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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 13 December 1868

• . . .. '* . •·'. · rr %~. ...,,,.. .. .  ,... .... . ..--. . .. ...,.. ...,......,... ··- , : -@lll m a. AW m m m In m s-its I. ea owNL UaS.1UNDAT. D,cMUxsn.'19M. Two 3TeoZs roxI THR aEarWnAR JIUat BY OAYVARU. Thoaugh the wind blew oerce, and the. snow fell fast, ad.thesoot-flakes tumbled down the ehlmdey at Christmas time, thp frosty dear old festival will bring its sp cial deloghts, its graeious houghts, that blossom,. like its own rose, by stormy ga bles, and amid lealles gardens, duin its sweet breath around when the violets are still under the earth, and the farse is blossomless on the uplands. The gloiy of the timelies in theoontrasts whichit evokes and multiplies. Abroad the stubble is stif with ice; the elds, if. not white, are cover ed-with the yellow tint of decay; the brook is thicksa. immovable - our trees do nbt afford a solitary green bud to rellerwethe Suniversal drearines in which, from their melancholy looks and pinched bodies, even Sthe dumb animals of the st...

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 December 1868

NOesass UAR AND aa*nzaOO 1aEaUr N m OrmmLn* . m aND&, DCIMB R 1s3. 188. [For the Morning Star sat cath~eui xepeiaer, Real Estate Owners AssoclatiUo City Reform. The result of the election bheld ona the 5th instant, clearly a o the Real Estate Ownr to exerciase on all subjects eat intereestsof.tbe city of New The three or four h 'l a t issue of bonds would hW ybw-a for that measure un shut we doubt if this Assooea ts. influence to bring oat th4 e rs, that a single citizen wouldha_ trouble to go to the polls and Votiei te issue of bonds. As the Association has- nad its 4 eq.e defeat the measure prepared by tht the redemption of -the city money, sibility now rests with them to have'p" akd for the next meeting of the Legilatue an acat that will authorize the Council to ollect its revenues in United States currency, and there by save to the taxpayers the immense suims that-have now to be paid to those furnishing anything, or doing any work for the city, over the price.tint would ...

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. — 13 December 1868

. i..M a in . ro t g am llowea < pý, on Tuesi sy. -eo ar ben, wedy.e wils , n Mter wi ot otier of pt off hem, ugge tio .howas' nn mo y a at, Ca't'aN.-A Cootehw-orespon den, under ad November 13 says:. "Ar Saogen -man 4to ",was l oding a hore with art dn :ass, in his .brotier'a gateway which Is ealnaott o ro nnrrow, the holaie ,ad s ,bolt,-.' ,being in high sirits, took to-+tht at nme g object athte eitrance t`e nod, eenin ohia candid the whai Cof . wasi iwhevioy paon Mlolar otein whor t was ee end the wall, and lte ingtrlntg a:short, tim r McDermott though attended by every ap 'ance skill could o-.ntowbLAe Carlow eorree mson t, under d4$e ~9fA emaber 13, says: "Lr. Stog ex M. ,'-.riged this morning. ie has ri n a 1tt f eesgnation to the -Catholio Bin st-ting that hit face of the opposition given him be could not continue a candidature which iigit be d&ingerous to the Liberal interests of the brobeglLh ooat.--.David Spillar, who was lately ar rested in Cork, was charg...

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. — 13 December 1868

,lem,. Orhma. .. e l _" Qtm No. 1(3 S i rea~ w e es Q. m ., a " . .. e or f the Ceo p 8 a I N ary ..r.e. N.U OP . in. G gmUn Ma Trur. es.ý G mZ' .Jal5 -All ooz -ni-.fi.st 1 he .adreed = Sa . . et ise ra ier s per a "-mew eaee insertion. Advert.leent fora rt or ' wil he inserted aTh Sed dlasoo5toehenseetSl drom the aewaml anl who .4ve as a espd ap, wlB a tte nesor tbomenmro areanI T Aete . nday ordeir of the Belmu rd Ih m C - -, o18 tr T. m. - s -ary. r Monday.. ..De 14-St GelaDE.s Pope s Smeetuesday... Dnc. 1-Octave of the tde wi tae l the edesdt yDe orl6 St ar" No. Its Gader street., between Camp ad M a sthe rtam TUESDAY, Cathrelie Direcgrtor erso for t g yebar. ty order of tae Bord ost. NOTICE TO THR STOCKHOLD7UUE ow vim isms ORLEANS CATHOLIC PUB>ICAIKOS COY S Ns. Nc aam. Ou 7,s The easend inwalme to ths szudpttiesn isewdue. office of the omuro Bram and settle. By order of the Board of Disuciseu 1 018 tl T. FITZWILLIAM, SeoreMtary. N.OTICE TO THE STOCKo vl ERt O THE NEW e....

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 13 December 1868

_ .sothe" bi owbi the 4 t I sa ¶n dwivhimmerdsthi , h g, d .en to ta so n r it8," who ..ro,.- : ..ee. - alit-er -a mn -ith: and thuhtlersly [lle into yill ake progress Aa ewsowlag A hpet 4 a-on.yar wis lowerth a t any time shlne tel I -mmnPcment of winther ust., nsi , or itt a kiAi information Is.eonnected with-this a dbana e t emed to bh e m gotle g of win j being one o -its eds, ands ia , mvhin ,e immediate  amageof children should bhe elfb interest sti* AmTind oeutuedobe omee fortifiedeginst th a st ll of life, ad ies brawd aoem erem geo y opI-  rtboeghtlessyoua g me iai e spent ieleairna s An taverns or grogshoptU s theo o sght to have b.een readlt we-l many pa -re, w-ho never spent twenty dollars for their b -o-hies, om ule gadly have givon thousaends n of dolars to reclaim aeon oar daughter, who iad. ign orantly. and thoughtlessly fallen into tepiptation t I elt crrr.-Notl ngn beond the usual tetor of things distinguish the oist week, if we e= aep the rain ~ ei-yd...

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 December 1868

3031mw seat AND c&TNOLU mamrmu. f or do zm vn. Iast Ethb uryk-Bevsu contuainsan artiole wvrlch, with much that is tainted 'tthl the ental obliquity inseparable from the organi S/tion of Protestant minds, is nevertheless candid, fair, ana creditable to that brilliant periodical. The editors and writers of the Edixbnrgh Review have ever been ardent ad miry. of- Napoleon, and advocated his career as warmly as could be done consistently with truth and honon-But they were not blind par tisans, and condemned as freely a; they bestow ed praise when that extraordinary man tran scended the-.bounds of principle and justice. We give some d9racts below, and repeat the. conclusion of the article. "The meek resist ance of Pins VII. to the overwhelming force which has crushed every independent Power on the continent of Europe, was a .protest wor thy of the sacred character of the Head of the Church in favor of the dignity and liberty of man; and by theijustice of heaven, the viqtim survived ...

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 December 1868

roan itlie ,he dhwa ? lpiotif ly y n ae omnn coner ;an* | -i~i t oe t n t othe hutea Ch•rchth.0anhtb*,es when t -ned--4 n don could no longt e in indi- i - fow he depwlit the se of thbd dtUniersal nitbs urgerve that nothe Chrioliha t author nird then oh ds taeemt theChu a in it the aerined e , xe sonfr sa he numbert o " " onm It soiicerd th who t leshld the Immacu ht tion, or, rather, who diatt pltns tiely pd fess . it; and secondly, in at far as concerns the ar- I ghent oftallboser ' ols mintained feecantrie re W the a ie[ ofi theChurchb.im, is not affect ep byesites o hne aiitain tlia ontrary ; and the naivrie aassit of the whole B o liateu of the twoerlýanedte cry of joy -t htir'a e h.from millions. "eCsthie . when the dooriC was de thfined-d nedonbt could no longrhe in indi vidua miadas-to what the Chureohdid teaeh- o howsie e t lWaih 'the sesa  of tme Univthersal -Church-was.a As reirds th controvrsy that 1 long goe sprng t , those. ho. idhot mnstain poitively ithart May 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. — 13 December 1868

303513 "aR AzD U*TROUQ C he asked, t 6sia o T;Id, whose eye.s were red from e 44.Pleai.i*, re pled the little sellow, in a voicel i with sobs, whilstIfi breath came l and fast, " my ahotherisdying. A4dd'Ahu Ing said so much withdifliculty, he put his sands to his pale taceaand the tears trickled through his -fn.es. "Oh.! your mother is dying-Is shoe Well, I don't see what that_ has to do with 'you. -Dqes -yoa,"lMrs. Millet? .You are now earning -your own bread, and your mother should die-sooner or ,later. Shut ".I can't guess what women of ber iart wasts with.obi)dren-with brats,"" observed Mrs. Millet,. quietly. "Noosancees to soci ety~thvey are," she adeýd. "They breeds like' eetles," ob trved Mr. Millett, abstractedly : " I meets a woman the other day in High street, and what do you think I she had the assurance to have three whelps.at her -heels, a4-another in her arms I Shocking I" - Mrs. Millet ssid "i rh," and relieved her bosom-of an.lndignantsigh. -"That cub," she said, "wi...

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 December 1868

·.b " .' ýý °' ' ·ý ý j yA i,.e 38 IC !.tl-2D Z .ly 2M RA3 wV .` 'r ý7 ý .' 7 6 i v a ý ' - _ ý F .T . mi .. ` ý ' . 1 4 . f ',: tý "JT ý`r ý " .;} ·f P ' :'iT4"'° 1 , 'n ·{.fi .ý. . . . . -,y +r...,ý . .ýý . "'' ý.ýT i: l rýý;Fi aýc; . ,' M .-{ r. . ý } w srt' 3 PnST~ u i1,%7'td° C. d." ·-, :; f - ' - _ Ts fsoesie 09 T stt HW EUIULAET FE HE HTBRN LD IIG'O ODTHNS"T wyuOR w m.,lua . Qý I N ' NS 'S AY. WNIGDECMBR 8, 86 lnwoLh e. 1UNPAY.B ,se~5 . s ,rn. _ TiE SISTER OF CHARITY. hr aemenras arSen w smas. The pose of Geral Giffin, on the same sab J!,et, l *amlr to our readers. The following, by Drni am-not unalike it-is a model of purity-breathing, as it does,- aecents of love and lalines. The author lived for some time hi this city, and endeared himself to all who had the happinhes of formiing hisaquaiptance. He died in Thibodaux in 1862 : Sier of Charty,. te end d4uffl. Lovinga serapm, gentle and mild ; Illmbalneness strong, and in purity beautiful In ll 'heroea, in manners a child; ng...

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 December 1868

agamme - AN D -agoun s-um.lia uwO r uAM, SUNDAY. DN ItS, so.m . I • _---- - ----_.d er me xa. sta r san Caler Meemmoar] To lean from the aeol of i fae fcts re lataing O of $ Christian chivalry is n orew Fri student of history is 4o iO't ency. The romantic tenor of gal of conlicting ida he can scarc h fancy from reality. The hloeroic ievemen H the implicit obedience andiity, t $oef- - sacrifice of the knighte of thepi'ilas, present them to our view as peronasges whoee br panegyrics would grace the ,.g of a novel 5 better than those of history. -he reign of po Charlemagne, however-that reign opregnaht am with gre*t and momeptes events, iassid te have witnessed the rise ofeltviry, as it sprung_ from the bosom of feudalism. The armed bands of tenants which every petty"endal despoY had under his command, by tbeir iiter course with the aristocracy of the soon imbibed those principles of justice and iberl ity which in after years were to be fomid oon centrated in such men as Lagellett...

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 December 1868

'i L.= Bthr1 g and cCarthky Downing - * .4'hea Sfr Cork county. d elc  ftbre a Tory str ongi d,) M Sh iaw, Lbq t Mr. uBernard, Tory. .' S pqýipt election hits most probably ro su~lt iie e;nleotion of Mr. Weguelin over Sir iMaLdlow Mw-8wpllivan, Q. C., Liberal, was _re¢Jcy to Parliament without opposition, t>reoge Colthurst, Liberal, was re-elected in-tlie:booogk of Kinsal. Soav.ar.-Lord Anuesley and Mr. Sannderson bay. been elected to Parliamnstot from the coun tW Ca~van' .-Inu our issue of last week we briefly ausaouneid that Glainees and Pim-a Tory and 1Libeal-were elected once more to represent the` :of Dablia in the British Parfament. BeIs~ thepamsber of votes cast fir Giness, b. MR llist, and Corriganb, wiho ýw Si-oo'.i  l a the-e was bti- 50 d "'mholD blinJEassu says: The Lib eals host gallantly, but.what could avail s" st]s t e ready instruments-the freemen -wh- voted, to the number of 9100, in the usual way, while only sose three hundred voted for - r inL V doeduic.t...

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. — 20 December 1868

toe of a. iug e a.s fo'. o . t-,eMM , .: dtistedattheto por. tioe aqiece 55h 5si e pt i th eali p;llnto --s or square CathgeRsengafr a month eover Mfl be aobascests led from .thee Agpit to 100 off oiestrt. b he send instalmento to the subripon is now due. gi All who hve not as y ,t paid up, will plee call ait the teof the o settle. By order of the Board of retor. bas o18 st T. FITZWILLIA Th, Secretary. Deo. 5 o ehrditet Da'. the RUKoVdAL The 0300e of the Moruang Star and -CatLmpiie-XeUfgeT ii-emovle dorn .m40 Peydrssup( to 109 Orair bareir NOTICE TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE NEW ace 0,DLEAN8 CATHOLIC PUBLII TION COPCOY.- ill New Osiaais. Oct. 17, laaa. owl The second instalment to the subaription is now due. tiol Ag hof thave notochol a yet paidersp, will please call at the ofeeof the Morning Star," Grer strettleet By order of the Board of Directors. fe 18 t13 T. FITZWILLIAM, Secretary. I NOTICE TO TE STOCKHiOLDEnRS OF THE .EW Moo ORlB.&FS CATHOLIC PUBLISHING COMPANY.- dec ., hi...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 20 December 1868

pZi~a°wlopeme t hoed .e nI g, '(Mon: 5riOf h I boim o .ther pupls 'nr A"" viewl .Church. p. ptie bi A pa o pf sroW4 bObfestflwsith near-e itue hligh, a utb ately they -saenot ti s bi t . Father :Smth I.i lent ila S't" f'or the ;thel e p- thue od oen a. Shi 's, e4af o nsiptis s-asuraneof sue- love. SOpeof thi most e ttotieeresey ;of the of ot e itertai ent well t be then dreai abuti tinr e Ytcon ito.rnth. e aresotathe Cbdar tia nesa with whhthe lies .an: geti e m t o Brn • harge o eer itb oeeles ahaoe o F hest ajl tooBrotheready an aersin aking .a inoes .-sc h ALh s e ~ itoan t thes aslupnP havel e tn haeubimselen The huisa tian tot lt vptihe ablities iof d boys, and though P Dao nbeo rewh e i atec i t oe appamuse Oi the i emis world ai e ionqu t thereof, they pntie tcol be witoouf the rew f so important a tin 'lab . thatn I. thisr connectUon we Pcanobg.remark the dr.i untoeld aidftage it us tosanyaishto have coml ao aiiosittena ifor itsb s, ineboge of these shah goodeBrotbera....

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. — 20 December 1868

- aw oaurlas, mrUDAT. n>Dal Or. las5. [For the Morningl 8dt4s 1  o Meemenger. .ThOV E/ALT, LOsv3aTnY AS TmTEs . T ism ortat manm 4 known by almost' every oneibu a ! how little practiced even among -tq tlan. - Do we prive treat ethers as e would-rish to be done by? Are we anxions for the welfare of our neighbors, even half pa much ,as for our own Do not parents thbTk their child smart if he can an aweriback euttingly to an Insulting epithet t w'hereas, Jesus, in sucli a case, meekly held his peace. Christian mother, what do you teach to your little boy, when, coming home from school, ho proudly relates to you how he had a fight, andi how he whipped such a one, with or without provocation ? Do you not sometipes boast, even in a cEild's hearing, of his bravery, or do you tell him what Jesus has said: "Blees them that curse you, and unto hint that smitetli thee on the ono. leek, offer also the othegq. Is it a wonder if these boys, when become grown men, carry with- them throughlife...

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. — 20 December 1868

the Vandals who f the m deatwhleef s,aee eddingdaily r I fadpts. Their latest sasct is . i sp prhoimn ci( he iSony o s d Paul,o 1 whiehias fpr its eIlee f i relief of the per. The Plets sol a iDty f the sLondon shmasq writes As f o that Journal-the last act of these upholders of liberty: a A member lfte Sovietety of St. Vinoent del Paul, -by thie. Provisoial a =atit d, iýs -saddse4.= the .fo win ';Th.decree of the Protistnal 'ov.rwment , viag the' Conferences of St. Vncent e la I a outrage or.n the it preolale, who am as Liberal as the Minister can - e ysi'be- pýt t with al' lay fares st 1 o nil'tia I ae-been membei of the cnulsei itiesuitrt the newer ent of the Ponresj1 have seeanlected by the mocratsmemberof a the Provt Junta: 'Pesuaded, ase I am, that trunll1ta czanbt be in contradiction with tbe4asbhis always been called charity, b I applie&ttohbe admitted ito the Conference. I was admitted, and for the last .thirtoe sears a I have contributed owatis'the succor aid con sol...

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. — 20 December 1868

xoum11ýts} rTAB__ h N -ZW ORLEANS. SUNrDAY. A DS . . tCoantin sfifesi.raw) P g50) military-lokingt e , past the prnme of life, cked into a close but A toned coat and futred traveling cap. ,ItS wee coimpletlon wa:sfresh and youthful-looking, E but his scant hair grew in little grizzled men flats around his femples, and with his iron- T grey moustache, proclaimed the homage whei man, iu ihugr. - l--, -tayffers proe to time. Upright as a lance, his eyes spar hled with a genial light; and his carrage hun had all the easy dignityof well-controlled F hauteur. A little to his right stood a young nun lady, closely wrapped in a long grey cloak, I the hood of which was drawn over her head, scarcely allowing one to catch a glimpse of nat a face lighted up with a mingled expreasion B of sweetness and archness, and. a wealth of par hair reminding you of the mill atmospheres a of Bambrandt. cas " Feel cold, Kate t" asked the old gentle man with a good-natured shrug, " No, papa," sho replied, "but...

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. — 27 December 1868

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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. — 27 December 1868

jaOzi MARUM AN CATD zI m -- ll -. EsW oaBLEANS, SUNDAY. DUOEMUEs t7. 1566. S BY- M. A. OE?.L. d Christmas! The day ~r days God mani fested! God in the flesh I Christ, the reStorer, the repairer I who is to bvrero le- the enemy, and bid us live in Him, as He Tod I Christ mias ! It is a day of joy I Hayew!e thought of this ? It is Christ born to overeome the world, the flesh au~l the devil. Shall we celebraof it with bacchanalian orgies, ostentatious displays, and profane amusements I That were scaregly in the spirit of the festival. ' Christmas! It is thddaly of three Maeses, to lionor the three births of Christ : the first, the eternal generation of the Son .in the bosom of His Father the second, the birth of that same Son on eartih, the veritable and outward mani festatiou of,God, Emmanuel, God with us, hav ing taken flesh of avirgin; and the third, to signify the birth of God in our souls, to render us dirine, ~ons of God by adoption, co-heirs fith Christ; our brother of the etern...

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. — 27 December 1868

thse enl varlan. tsay r. as wdand fo; the most of h tlelraf- tidel t of this city, but for Enafmy vsasast lire Wees !aga Mtmaatfac •.- TI;hndon, and an uenntI in Dublin, wb Idh ctdulMad i -_ brushu faetory np to the time of bise death. He was a -mnan of strýong feeling, an4pof' iide intqlicotual culture. H-ad-a tie.p a by with pOretty and mis fortan, hi. aidek im an active helper in eve d et ereet, and in h hd dys. whoe aFherM"atew'ltourisdh ehadiew 'mcs.ieir.aingle-minided atiherents than Isaco Vrlagn. Into the political movements which seem'ed almost tq -Teollow the decline of Father Mathaw's eibrto hethrew himself with usraetetrio -saegy. r He berme an ardent ember of. the nng Ireland party, to whose cause ehe -om ib ited both by speech and tl " ,.Du'Lt the treobles an 1848, he was arrest, and sufaered a considerable period of imprfisoment, buit'tai hever brought to trial. Thdstrength of hi national feelings or sympa- thieswas never,41dnl isied, but of late years he ceased t...

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. — 27 December 1868

MzoNIe Am ,amNp g'fsi e tibei, dsiaiiin -hiltw.uswu Ne* - WS d The Directors of the Orn;* yhs3ee t The Most Be. Vary Rev. N..J . *J. . r. e Nws.er. Str le. . eo. T r aD S.8 anf ev. J. FL Her T OLEA Mr o e MEoCMVe3. Trearton. M. U'T.,nuw..U. S, r ban1 c.. Dnctteot aare o sme ad h e Edd teitb a 1at n lt i e, 100 Dollars eah auheeqet n et; NEW ORLEANS. SUEDkY. DECEMBEseqn-8ise - Suday..Dec.u ier-tt John, tpotl an Eagalat. yea Snas ...Jane. 5-1- tave m of t nt eprea. NOTICE TO TEE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE NEW me ORLEANS CATHOLIC PUBLICATION O806 p PANT. Nsw Onzanaa. OoCt..I, 1565. The second intament to the thberlptia Is mew due. All who hare not as yet Jald ap, will plea een at the offee of .the Me -i e arsa and settlae. - Op By order aof te Board of Directore . vit1 o18 t T. FITZrWILAt x, Secretary. sid NOTICE TO THL STOCKHOLDERS OF THE NEW to ORLEANS CATHOLIC PUBLIHEING COMPANY.- th A meetiag ol the Stoekholders will take place at the Office of the "Morning Star" No. st Graer street, C b...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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