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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 6 September 1868

M 0t lic 4 s ou~st. wo. s o 14 1 ra ms "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE TRE FEET OFEE E THAIT RINlDTii OF GOOD TkINGSi" VOLUME * NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAYMORNING, tEPTBR 6, 18.NUMBER .,uzuLLU u m a ,.nar.. eu idol, and o d .. ..u.u.m. _.a WeU um .Iw ... NEW OrEAns, BUs DA Y.SEerTZMa 6, e866. [From the Ave Maria.] XT TWO PICT1V3L . FOR OUR LADY'8 NATIVITY---ePTlMBER P. It is said each buman face Some record bears Foreshadowing coming days, Or of pest years ; Mytle, prophetic gleams O future life, Or history-deeply lned- Of pain and strife. Down onme, from the wall or my hushed room, Two pictured faces gaze, In the soft gloom Of this calm twilight hour; And each is fraught With (Uilering expression, And yet one thought. By unpremeditate chance, Placed Just between, A simply-fashlouned cross Of wood is seen ; One picture hangs above, AnT one below, And the meaning of each face The cross doth show. One images a child Fair, pure and meek ; The modest lashes rest On the sof cheek ; White rushecrown the bro...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 6 September 1868

rOINI1 o STAR AND CATHOLIC MESSENER' NEW 0ORLEANS, SUNDAY, SEPTEMSIIII'I Ia^ M. T'Ta -,PABTOR OF ST. AGATHY. TIASLATZrD FROM T.llllE V NT I. In the most remote an, unknown prt of tihe Lenartekatent des Ii.eix;6c res, ". there existed m 1793 a little villa poor.peia ants, under thle name and - ronage of St. Agathy. it eontaine' t'bout forty houses, which might more, properly be called huts, for their roofs were eomposed of reeds and 'sriraw, "iat their walls but a miserable union at wooawork and clay. There lived' hert owever, a community distinguished both for simplicity of man ners and firmness of religious principle. Its pastor had taken his post here at the age of twenty-five, and had ever since shared the joys and sorrows of. his flock, living like themselves in a miserable hut, satisfied with the. same meagre fare, and doing his duty in every respect with that faithful zeal which only a deep inward piety can stimulate. Thus he had spent fiftv vear and had won the hearts of...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 6 September 1868

MOBNIrO STAR AND CATRHOLIC NREDSNOR. NEW ORLEAINS, gIUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 6, 1is6 DOMESTIC CATHOLIC INTELgOERNC. DIOCESE OF ~VTILINGTON.-The Wil mington correspondent of the Baltimore Mfirror, referring to the reception of the Right Rev. Thomas A. Becker, D.D., says: It was the desire uqt pnly of the Catho lics, but of the citizens in general, to give the bishop a public welcome. This, how ever, he modestly declined, preferring that -his receptionwshould be of an entirely eccle siastical character. To avoid any public demonstration he electd to leave Balti more, arriving at Wilmington on the same evening. Upon his-arrival at the station, the ear containing the bishop was sur rounded by ra most respectful crowd, who pressed forward to receive the first blessing of the prelate. Their joy and pleasure was increased beyond measure when they saw alighting from 'the train His Grace, the Most Rev. M. J. Sfalding, D).D., Archbishop of Baltimore, who-had indly accompanied Dr. Becker. After a fe...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 6 September 1868

NmWr6e uAsA au CeiaOmC la -m rose mw wUarET at rase No Orbans $1lkdl· 80bmnP krxrl. t eNo. 14h The Direetor of the opman President. 'Vm'w4 r. dm" 7lrte at nl tervalstrob c e Vý.. . . JoPs u. V:_ Vis lyree.idt. Bev. T. J. sutr C. ] Bev. J. B. DBurn. C. 5883.; Rev. J. FLANAGAN; Mr. Hu(50 Mocelays Mr.; .i05 ter of !N Kae diSnW MAthole Meaad5,ac. Terms of au lption Four Dolars peroannue age coplies TenCit.n Advertisements insertedattheerate of al 50 per sleure, 1bt lines, solid Nolnpareil, constlttu5tn a hsqat eat advertisements, havthbe rla of the Paper. Oe - irerion, 50 per square; eah sube --uent Inser ti"O73 cents per square. dversmeut a inserted tIe , to1 harged BeOLt radverttisersw advertise largely shall be allowed msuch discouno. abve named t.ransien rates s be oyedd uplo provided, that In no cane shall snehseen oeed uc per Dent All mousnes notlees of ad.ver. . men. t Ie m mate net msr line, eache . In e 00io Anomymons..w.ll.....n.t.. any ..m and barged insertlons will be pu...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 6 September 1868

interest from September Ist, 1568. Mr. Fisher's resolution was lost and the substi tute of Mr. ;Pemberton adopted and sent to the uppeg board for concurrence. Mr. Thiel was. granted the exclusive right for five years of establishing a swimming school at any place in the First or Fourth Districts, free from wharfage dues. A re solution from the upper beard authorizing the a ment first of the August rolls and the discharged employes, was concurred in. LEGosLATUEn.- August 31.-The only business transacseted to-day in the Senate was the consideration of the contested elec tion case of Pinchbeck against Jewell, and the decisioq,-by a strictly party vote, awarding the lest to the contestant, Pinch back. In the House, the member from Natchitoches introduced a bill to appropri ate $42,000 to provide for the expenses of the State Penitentiary, which was referred to the Committee of the Whole. The pe tition from the city police was received and referied. The Metropolitan Police Bill was passe...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 6 September 1868

MORNING STAB AND CATHOLIC lKSdiENRE. EW.BLEANS., SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1GB. WIT AND WISDOM. Dear Eating-Venison. A Draw Back-A blister. Special Pleaders-Woman's tears. Mansions in the Sky-Air Castles. The Spirit of the Press-New cider. Money brings friends; avant of it, frenz-y. The _Hardships of the Ocean-Ironclads. A Cold Snap-Breaking your leg on the ice. A Natural Artist-One who draws,ihis breath. A Good Noose-Paper-The marriage cer tificate. An Object of Foul Play-A henpecked husband. One Bad Thing About Gold - Not having it. Popular Agricultural Implement-West Irard hoe ! An oyster leads a placid life until it gets into a stew. A Man Who Has a Turn for Music-An organ grinder. Show me a man as don't laugh, and I'll look up my spoons. -Which--is the' smallest bridge in the world T Your nose. Our Nearest of Kin-Mosquitoes. They -are our blood relations. Men often live long enough to become strangers in the world. He who buys too many superfiuities may be obliged to sell his neces...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 6 September 1868

ORNING STAR AND CATHOLIC MEBENOER. NEW OfLEAXN, 8UNDA Y. i-Pl M3BER 6, 1868. MIBSCILLANEOIU lII=s NEWS. ANTRIM.-During the past twelve months the Belfast town council have approved of plans for the construction of upwards of fifty houses in 3elfast, and also for the lay ing out of several streets. CoaK.-At a meeting-of the Cork Cor .?oration,'on the 3d ult., Mr. Daniel O'Sul livan moved a resolution declaring that the - time has now come for the extension of royal clemency to the various prisoners now incarcerated for political offenses in this country. An almost unanimous expression of opinion in favor of the motion was elicited, but, there not-.being a sufficient number of members present to form a quorum, it could not be entertained. Mr. O'Sullivan has given notice of his intention to bring forward the motion at the next meeting. On the 7th nit., Sub-Inspectors Egan and Gunn, with 4 party of ten armed men, visited the house of Mrs. O'Connell, Castle street. A thorough search was ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 6 September 1868

zoagmre STAR AND CaTHouc xszveza. xsw OLEz.&N5, SUNDAY. SIPTEMBER 6, 196i. mItsINw 01 WETtW TEXAS. SAn ANTONIo, August 24, 1868. Editor Mornins Star and Cathollc Me-nger: - Datn SB--From all I could glean of the history of this mission, "San Antonio," it was established in the year of Our Lord 1664 by His Most Catholic Majesty of Spain, then in the zenith of power, wealth, and fame,-the ruler of a dominion on this continent extending from the great North west of this Northern hemisphere to the -vicinity of the Straits of Manel[an, aided by the noble and chivalric soldiers of Old Cas tile. Yet much is due to the early Fathers of the Order of St. Francis, who, by their labors, erected the monuments of art, science and architectural beauty, which to this day present, to. the traveler a memorial of the wonderful works of this devoted band of religious, who left all the -ties that nature could biad-coun try, language, "and mothers, dear and fond," to explore a wilderness inhabited b...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 13 September 1868

.7r _AN D rIetion one--wo. 14o Poyr atmt. ___ "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET-OF THEM THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" TIma-roeur DaxserAnnm, inAvrmes. VOLUME I. NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1868, NUMBER 3s. XORWIZe ItAN AND QATHOLInC mSrnaOu. NEW ORLEANS. SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER i. iNeS. TRUE TO THE END. The bright summer sun was shining on the soft green grass, gilding the trees and making all nature rejoice, on it soft balmy day in June, in a little quiet village not many miles from Dublin. A small, neat looking house stood back from the main street, and was surrounded by a garden in whichyat the moment our story opens, two little children, a boy and' girl, were play ing; while near them, reclining in a low chair, and wrapped in shawls, although the day was intensely hot, lay a pale delicate looking young woman, with the expression in her face of one who had patiently borne long and wearing suffering.- - Presently the garden-gate gave a click, and a pleasant bright l...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 13 September 1868

Z IS WAR £1, CATHOIuC N NoZR. NEW OBLEAN. SUNDAY. SEPT$EMBER 13, 1. A STOAY OF T "rr r10FTT-Irv"E. The little lonely inn of Crook, near the source of the Tweed, is a spot well known to travellers and tourists, and withal ~ much admired by them, being, as it re an oasis in the desertt a place of rest.-hu refreshment in a cold and gaintainous wilderness. This place, or rathi "its neigh borhood, was the scene of a-&miivge a d venture many years ago, which Be xopose to narrate to the reser. . -One misty morning in the autumn of 1746, George Black, the Iladlord of the Crook inn, stood at the door of his isolated dwelling, eyeing attentively the heavens above him and the mountains around him, for want, it may, be, of anything better to do. "Con foun' these mistsl" muttered lie; "they'll no clear up the hail day, I doot. Gin tihs weather gang on muckle langer, we may shut our doors when we-like. No ae leevin' thing," continued he stepping out to the middle-of the road that passed his...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 13 September 1868

w1w ORLzW8. 8UNDsAY v. SEPTZID la. 1Iss. aOgUeTO CIATROrElG IUTISHInL. DIoCses or Bos-To.-The Boston Pilbt contains the following items : On-August 9th, the t. Rev. Bishop con firmed, in East Caml~dge, two hundred and twenty-six persons; on the 11th, at the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Lawrence sixty; on the 15th, at St. John's Churech Worcester,. three hundred and eghty-our.- -On the 16th, the Bishop ded eaSed' the new Church of St. May's, in Ha densville. The t. Rev. Bishop Williams celebrated mass in the ancient Chapel of St. Augustine, South Boston, on the feast day of that great saint.' Father Emeliano, with other Aue gustine Fathers, assisted on the occasion. DIOCESE OF CINCINNATI.-The 'elegraph contains the following items: The new church in-West Liberty was blessed on Sunday, August 23d, by the Rev. N. R. Young, the pastor, the Most Rev. Archbishop having delegated him for that purpose. Rev. J. Kearney, of Urbana, attended by six seminarians, assisted at the ceremon...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 13 September 1868

"rt n .-I.e1 raU.e o1 "at50 NOe . 140 Snod - ri -=- i 'es __ ertis me s to - ,. .RThe Direatorl of the Comhpeaney fr s t The rm st RsvM An ,oR T ..i.ti erm. oT aurrban C.o, Dona elr a u etriz flsto aclit asr ae tort the paper.to 'Ar oh H iotitan"ohand i uto to erie tad a fge eoi orntin ter a whoIero -Bia t Flet ofr aubcriptionsa advertisepertiaseme . aaert im n te adue trnthn rt re ol trat per o que a, Sethuaim enotied oonpfSlie , eotltuting o q huarg. ebylthi»t id rebting th e nre oif t aper ist insertione, t 50 per square; ioar suolsquent pser teona 75 cents eer square". .. .. ... Al dvertisemen~ts inseoted at mr to be harged u now ea.hmusertion_ Rho advertlie argely shall be ...bilon e areed upon tlProvid, that in e no as Sent net per line, each inseron. . .... numb All uavertisements not marue etimp es Q1dbaer insertions, will be ptblwahed ix tisn ad oh~d eeordcingly. IEW ORILEANS, SUNDAY, SEPTMBdEE 13, 1868. CALENDAR OF THE Wl. Sunday......Sept. 13--Feat of the Holy ame o...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 13 September 1868

Rabbis was held in Casel;, Hense, on the 11th nlt. The old and new Uight. ae at issue, and schism, the modern remedy, is threateled in the Synagogue. New Hampshire prohibits' police courts from issuing naturalization papers. No light is allowed in the Brtish Museum,- This may be all right, but it sounds odd com ng fr6m a centre of intelligence. East Tennessee marble is becoming an im ant item. Brownlow furnishes some items - m he same State. It is proposed to mount the Paris police on locipedes. Our police are content to do duty conspicuously if their bills were regularly ooted. There is a hole in the sun five hundred miles long. Is this a radical defect ! "The best telegraphic operator in St. Louis is a. deaf mute. The great Cathedral at Leavenworth will be finished in December. Canada has raised a cucumber upwards of five feet long. It is likewise very prolific in 1 ", < scares." Texas mustang grape wine is pronounced superior to claret. The water power of Maine is equal to tha...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 13 September 1868

MOSINWe EnR ALD A rUO mm Mr . 33W ORLENAZ. SUrDAYT. BPTZMBB 13. IB5IS WI AID WaIDO. An Old Salt-Lot's Wife. - AWoman of Metal-ASelle. The Greatest Cause-Be-cause. The best stakes to hold-Beef-steaks. Easy Shaving-Taking the beard off an oyster. The Best Stimulant for the Hare-The greyhound. What was the fist bow used by man i The el-bow. -What maintains ong vice would bring up two children. What is better for being in many pieces? A brass band. Book-Keeping Taught in One Lesson Don't lend them. He who would make a name in life must have aniaim ifflife. - Affectionate Times-When everything is as dear as-it can be. A 'false friend and a shadow attend-only w'hile the sun shines. A Hindrance to Marriage-The govern ment tax on matches. A Practical Artist-A man who can al ways draw his salary. An Aching Void-The socket from which a tooth has been drawn. The honeymoon is as often obscured by clouds as any other moon. Good Men to Attend Auctions-Men whose faces are for-bidding. Some ladies...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 13 September 1868

xOzmORIe Rf" ADm CaE0m .aSa. NeW OTL AZs, SUJDAY. SBPTEMNEBBBla 1i.3. AIQTRr.-The first supply of watesrleom the Woodburn rivers, Ca nroWrte s, als brought to Belfast on Saturday, the th of d oormen are now-eng ed in operations in connection with, th- building of the bridge which is .to be thrown across the SLagm on the Belfast and Central line of Kelp burning nas been prosecuted along the Antrm coast with considerable activity during the season. 1 CAnRLow-The two liberal candid~tes for Carlow, Mr. Stock and Captain W. Fagan, have arrived. No 'conservative candidate has yet appeared. CLAsRE-The largest salmon killed this year at Castleconnell was that taken with 1 a net on -the 9th of-August by Maurice 1 Johnson, net man, of Killaloe, weighing forty-five pounds. .On the 4th of August Joseph Kennedy, Esq., J. P., held a court for the election of an alderman, when Edmonds Woods, Esq., , J. P., was elected to the vacancy without tipn. Col. E. Bagwell Purefroy has been ap- I pointed Vic...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 13 September 1868

THE MORNING STAR BOOK AND JOB OFFICE, S' No. 140 Poydras Street, New Orleans. This Estabshmet is now fully prepared to exesuto al T kinds of JOB WOBRK such as I. I CIRCULARS, CARDS. oor ELO~WB DEEDS. P CONTrACTS, INVOICES, t O__oRTGAGES, HEADINGS, CATALOGUES, AUCTION BILLS Soh BAND BILLS, BnsL HEADS, wi PROoGRAMMES.r B.LLS OF WARE, P BANR K CHECS, DRUOGISTS' LABELS, chi DRAY RECEP'TS, BILLS OF LADING in pROMISSORY NOTES, ETC., ETC., Et ape ON THE MOST ACCOMIbDATING TERMS. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. JAMES REYNOLDS, Noe. 160 AND 162 POYDRAS STREET, Near St. Charles, New Orleans. xANIFACTURUE OF MARBLE MANTELS, MONUMENTS, TOMBS, AND TOMB STONES. Cabinet, Pier and Plumber Slab.s e to order. th N. II.-Marble and Brick Tombs built after the latest desiguns, and executed in a workmanlike nrmnltr and as E cheap, if not cheaper, than by any other Marbluo8iit lhment in the city. -f3 mv JAMES J. JONES. PAVER, FLAGGER, AND GRATE SETTER, ays partilcular attention to Edging and Concreting  Ga...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 20 September 1868

r :.ss.ger. ...-.. , .A .---D. abuln~tion ooe.-No. 1o o ar4 streeumt. "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE T E FEET OF THE THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" Term-Four DonUllar Fr nnumn, fl.esa& VOLUME I. NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY ORNING, EPTEMBER , 1868 NUMBER 33. "HOLY. KARY." bin IThe incident these lines recall was flly detailed it rolume II, page 450 of our publication. Fr recen Aubsribers, It may be well to say, It was afterw ilseovered that the stranger-who wasstricken n see with a Bit in a street of one of our Eastern eti wa- aft! actually a fervent Catholic. and the wor "Holytr diary,' rhich alone he was able to utter, e the sole means of obtaining for hIm the last rite ' the Church i t and Christian burial.-Are Maria.] . A shout in the Inusy street, and mrried rush- her The gathering of a trhrong, a a sudden lhush-- ol A pr triaste, g ofing a t'llte and gray- o. at And thle awe struck. -ut crowd shrinking away. at Who Is it vainly ly ask. A stranger lonle. ..... Flrom the lips o sirick...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 20 September 1868

os Ire .Un NTIVn L AT WOBR . Germany has had it sensation-anotherY statue added to its Pantheo- -nd Lu- aI ther has ad his chances for famperpetu- B ated in en arng.marble. This ovation to the " Great Rformer" has given an oppor- : tunity to prin and princelings to air " their regaliatoeny-a-liners to add to their scant reven~ by verbose and in fated descriptions, ad to Queen Victoria av ephance of immortalizhg herself by a tele- u graphic dispatch. The inauguration of L her's monument h at Worms has brought the ted heresiarch ti again prominently before tlh public, and p critics have availed themselve f the occa sion to discuss his merits and sho comings. p That he is anything but venerat" at the * present day is palpable. He has rcely any following worthy of the name whi h he o" had fondly hoped to make immortal -- 8at made simply infamous. This, indeed, hs predicted at the outset of his career, if wv may believe Gibbon, who represents a pious Catholic, of equable temperament, w...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 20 September 1868

OWINGB- STAb AND CATHOLIC -lEIIORE. NEW ORLBFANS. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 90. 1--. DOMETIO CATHOLIC INTELLIGRNCB. DIocESE or PnILADELPfHA.-FrOm the tandard we copy the following: We are again called on to record the th of a religious, being that of Miss ary Abigail McCarthy, in religion, Mother toinette, Superioress of the community the Sisters of St. Joseph attached to St. e's Church, Port Richmond, which urred on the 3d inst., after a long and ful illness, which she bore with becom fortitude and Christian resignation. IOCESE OF LOUISVILLE.--Died, at Gray n Springs, Grayton county Kentucky, as Elizabeth Lancaster, daughter of Jamin and Anne Lancaster of Bards wn, and niece of the Very hev. J. M. caster, V.G. She was summoned be re her Judge in the flower of her age, and re her sufferings 'with resignation and bristian fortitude. Fortified with all the nsolations of our holy religion, she reathed her soul into the hands of her $Divine Jesus on Monday evening, August *34th. , DIocESE OF ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 20 September 1868

zoamERe lAR ADD MA!IDL1@ Z1GR3 UrutSnm wmEL.1 ir hes Directors of the Coapasnay me en The osat e r. thelhob. p J. . 3Oem, _reewar. Very Rev. N. J. Pzaec V. G., Vice president. Rev. T. J; BTrB, C. M., RLev. J. i- DotuT. L-SS, NaO. J. FLrxASAA Me. liven MLCCIO5KZ· T Mr. Joil NCAvmr. Tressuer; Mr. T. F/TZV. .,º . eork All commusicstiosa are to beaddresad to te d bar of lZt MYitwBient ar andotxde Mes egnl. Ternm o.1 subescipieon Four.-Dollr per annm. Single copies Taa Ceo. . . Advertisements Insertedatthe rate of 150 per selquare, ight Ilnes, solid eonpareil, coastitnttng a square._ .rlahent advertiemens,. having te run of the paper, Bat insertion. St 50 per lsquare; each subsequent tlser- I lion, 75 centeper square. NEW ORLEANS. SUJDAY, SEPTEMIER 20, 1868. CALEdIAR OF TE WEE. unday ......Sept. 90-Feast of the Seven Dolors. Monday .....Sept. 21-St. Mattrhew, Apostle. T'uesday.....tept.2--St. Thomas of illanova. Wednesday.ttept. 23--1. Linus, !'o- e and Martyr. Thuria-y.-.Sept. 24--O(r ...

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