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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 19 April 1868

Jrr •, · .- "' " ,I·I ,1 ;' "'':i,,:f ', ". ·:J rm '"r -,~ . . . "r,~~ " -  -' : " .. .:L , "  ; " '~~~ "1 ':  . t, ' ,S ., -4..... . . . i, h61t,,lmu oglo...-x., 140 P,.yd,.'  "HOW Ot'IFIL .ARE THE FEET OF THAr ll ATBRMG GL.AD TIMMStG OF GOOD THlII6Sl" ' Da ',, aa= i,. Asa,.. VOIUME I. ____-*. . ,/- NEW-ORLEANS,:_SUNDAY ,MO1RG19j- -.1-8. - NUMBER ii, -- --II .· -_. - ,-. .. . . -.-. .. . .:: ." ;. THE VILLAGE' C'URE Some twenty years ago there existedl-in fact we are not certain if there does not still exiet in the Rue- Dovbon-Villedeuve,-- in Paris a small restaurant knowvnia that of Pere Godot. The bhgee was one of those culinary estabElsh inents whidh are utterly unknown to that lar-e class of Parisians whose well-furnished purses permits them to partake daily of a comfortable brt~ kfast and dinner. To breakfast or dine at Pere Godot'a it was not essential to pomess fmle franca. nor even twenty-two sons, the cost a. repast at Rameaun', or at the still more aele brated...

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. — 19 April 1868

XNrnae arAN ADD warmouC namMUm . iaw ont OMjAEs, sUDAY, APRIL is. ees. mSNrT 01 =rE 00AuM - The intelligent reader will perceive in r ingthe following, that there are a few t which are not in accordance our view We more especially referto the of sevea.l hmdred years a t be Old and New Testam re is -j hiatus between the two  ., What took place 4th d between the last page of the Old  ent and the first page of the New Te sieent, It seems a kind of vacuum-a great mysterious gulf, like the unoccupied, distance betwpen one star and another. Naýactors, evidently, have come ow the scene. When the Old Testament closes, the -Persians are all, Du when the New Testament begins, Rome and to ans arein the.ascendant. Thwe orldhasnot been p. Who have been tle heroes of the time, an how long has the time been . The whole period from the to Testament was about four hun ears. At the first part. of this period the Jews we under the Persians, whose sway on the whol as mild, for the Psiansetested the....

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. — 19 April 1868

mmrme sT -umi .ar amaa e mro . -m 'okLoFi . m t i . A iPilh di. t1:e. We eon ate'our extita hock *h ejt1oasic months of 'infants And'6?f ';siu p teou hast Amon our n rehren e a stiot oa or ase rig, wonder fully doaeha eA .ra.elist, not.. ompiete,ýf i e oie wich -con talns .then swy two lhuadred and fifty-one varieties, eaia of which is an expression and a p aanenttgratificatton of the deaihe of some benevolntso. One example:, Two hundred and fifty ears ago, a French priest, named Vinent d Psal, was requested by a lady of hsifloekto call the attention of the oongrega -Btion to t cusaof a dtitnde family lying sick a mite moni t he town. He did so, and with such Seffect tht thepoor people were supplied. with food in jmohsion, so that mioh of it was spoiled a beforetheyconldeopsume it. This priest, being one of those men whom every event instructs, was bld to reflect upon the need there was in e every large town of having the benignimpulses t regulated, and the gifts of the benevolen...

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. — 19 April 1868

2 ma1maimee u ta m ttl m s s-im.e H bduu WalrEL . . The Divmetreras o a l mpy are The f elt Lay. rab .I  J. (ent presldent. teo. of N.Ir Ju- t V. .,Vice I rsedpt. Re. T.b.'smrr, . re. .s. I. Derr. C. S1.R. Bev.J. FLAxADASI Mr. Ris MoC;Lasest Mt. Joas XCCAuaur. Treasurer; Wt. F. LmWIIU AN. tmta. An dommunleatleoa are to be adreeaed to the tors of ite .Me st i Mead Cathele MA enr. Terms of sussbirtloa, Fear Dollars per annum.. Siingle .opes:Qt(e Ceuts. Advortiimedta inerted it the rate of $1 50 per square, eiht ln, sold Nionpsil, enst lting square. T e ahertliementi iavig therun ef the paper. flrst inertion, $1 50 per square; each subsequent firner tlou, 5 cents per lsquare. Advertisementn inerted at intervals, to be charged as new erhb lnertilon. iegihnr advertleers, who advertise largely shall be allowed-euch discunt from above named tranarint rate C a nmy he argre.il nlwn; provided, that in no case shall sauichlaiw."ant xceed !15 per cent. A.il business noticesof advertiements to...

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. — 19 April 1868

and outrage have hitherto reigned without 1 fear. The Catholic world is strong enough to redress the wrongs of Irelasplq gdl piPOP land, and that strength oughl tot le,used. Formerly, the sovereignsgaveoo the Pontiff power enough to protest efbiStally against oppression. Let the people nso cestore it to him. THE MASSAcaR of Sr. BARTHOLOMEW'S; preceded by a History of ~the Religions Wars in the reign of. Charles IX. Dy Henry White. New York: Harper Bros. 1868. The above work .ia a very 'pretentious one, and is introduced to the American public under the auspices of a" publishing house which has been noted for its sectarian and sectional Bias and intense bigotry, as iniicated-in their policy fropithe murderous riotp and church burnings in 1844-45, down tohe - prolifA Munchausen emanations of their self-styled Jourual of Civilization. Og, no historical question has there-been so.much studied iahipresentation, or mel - ancholygnorance as. that .involving the real facts of the.Massacre...

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. — 19 April 1868

XolmXe MrW U AnA OAhOLlO mNUeK s. a8w ou&L3a5. 8UxDAT, APRUa is, 1Se. sonorwarSi O oAT5 S m. ' ELlcIrIcrrr.-TIhe quantity of atmos pheric electricity at noon is much greater in winter than in summer the relation. being about ten to one. This augmenf tion of electrie force proceeds in a manner almost parallel with the number of days of frost and fog, And inverdely as the number of days of thunder, elevation of temperature, and sctinic power. SALT Youn CIIMNEYs.--n building a chimney, put a quantity of "alt into the mortar with which the intercourses of brick are to be laid. The effect will bethat there will never he any accumulation of soot in that chimney. The philosophy is thus stated: The salt in the portion.of mortar which is exposed absorbs moisture from the -atmosphere every damp day. The soot thus becomes damp, falls down in the fire place. This appears to be an English dis covery. A MEDICAl. FACT.- All Irish surgeon who had couched a cataract and restored the sight of a p...

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. — 19 April 1868

m aN OBLEANS, aU DAT 1*) RU, IIUl Farmer recommends Su iers to grow pea- I nuts, since one hundredamleighty thousand bushels wjee-raipe last y ear. SDAam.u Boovs.- These should be kept ftM 'oggrong. s .1A-ag as- poduible; but when4 this can no longer be done, select a warm, laseltered spot for them, and cover them with earth. If signs of frost should appear, cover them well with straw. It-is only when they have been kept in a warm place I that thby will begin to grQw thuWs early. RaDss..---A warm border-Jko,g be- se lected for early radishes s soon as 'the frost isout othe ground. Dig ins little manure I pulverize the soil flnely, and sow the-seed in drills abot six inc~t. a The best t early kinds are the strap-leaved redtop, Subsequent crops may be grown. among beets, carrots, eta.-. SrxnAca.--As soon as the ground can be spaded, a piece. should be prepared for-an early bed of spinach. It must be borne in I mind that this vegetable requires an abun dance e'of.anure; on a poor soil...

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. — 19 April 1868

o Mo ING STAR AND CL asOU sXZINnMG NNW OBLBA.S, SUNDAY. APRIL I9, 1868. Woman's Rights.-The Marriage Service. Oar attention has been drawn to a publi Mrs. Cady Stanton and Miss Anthony. We understand from those who keep posted in such matters, that these Woman's Rightsi publi lions have- descended to depths shoeling to every sense of decency. This fact, it would seem, ought to be sufficient to puti on their guard all who respect pro priety and good morals. But, unfortunately, when once the whole atmosphere is tainted, disinfectants can, at best, be but martial and local. When such papers as the Independeat and Tribune, and such lecturers as Theodore Tilton and Horace Greeley-powerful pro pagandists of evil-spread broadcast over fruit may be supposed not unlike the apples 1 of Sodom. The influntce which thesejpiji~te have over the New England, and, to a cer tain degree, over the Western mind, is al most incredible, and has to be witnessed to be fully realized. - ext after the Bible, ...

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. — 26 April 1868

me..-im 'e* - z,, ,ae. 8"HOW .EAJTIFUL ARE THE-FEET OF THEI THAT IRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THINGSI" VOIUMI- I. NEW ORLEANS, SU.NDAY MORNING, APRIL !6.-1i --- NUMBER- . 13Wr a rZeAs. onmDAY. rIZ. si. tal. NiLLIK iILTT V l; ONE OF THE TRANSPLANTED. cuarrPr us. Set is thuss ofith Nettersillek dery! "iea ie a Iabeisght henrme ,e tleiing 1 'Wei'w st-woo w shal l e t rehim  no iere wart wedoo. n-weeol rtheklef edeplae Alaemet hie eile of srow Is gelag. " Ai olnt- at .lae ! fr our dasMardly foeen A cordel as heesi tie dayof thebir power nee.lleed their hease la e aos d s al w olen: UeEooted thet, and dthe tramplde te ower. a" nd ao they here st her weto by strange watenrs In whom tst o their d oetiuy I lH. slad will he rdtarai waklc:e to-e rhw u Wao o i ms wp o'er tay dnot tIol nest; And two.sdgedht sword that iaTmiged inthly breast. ' Wedltwueun hr--when w, too, dTeplore r Tle vamls rantd serf ot thy conquering race ; u blood could bnt do it, our blood ebonldrestore hler eleatooe...

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. — 26 April 1868

i wBfg o ar AND CATNOLIC WMN RWOrG 3- W ORLEANS. SUtNDAY. APRIL t6; IeSB NIs, saaT ON IRELAND. When the most ejaIhtened minds and ianst hearts of aJi try are leagued to eabet the accomI at of a desired end, Me result can only 1~'question of time. ILet that time is neawrat hand, as it belars 4a the Irish question, is quite apparent. . kem recent unmistakable prognostics, the aniquity of centuries is about to be wiped Tw.. The London Spectator, from which we deive the following comments on Mr. eidght's method? of, dealMng- with rIrish mievances,. will not be accused of undue artiality,fqr ltp religion or material inter 4mds of the Sasier Isle: Mr. Bright's speech at Pirmingham shows reat qualities, one natral tob him and *sul aiqrd, each of which bolongs I epp S ame!.y many who diseupe te ' Irish' qes A ,le b few of tehe-pedfula theye bot S eto any statesmanlikle pol.y on lire land to both ;-we meanstrueimaginative sym pathy with the pepqlar feelings of Irishmen, -.ad great cautles a...

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. — 26 April 1868

MOROBING STAR AND CATHOLIC MNEWOER. NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY. APRIL s. 1868. SPEECH OF CAPTAl aETY. The speech of. Captain Mackey, when called upon to say why sentence should not be pagsed upon him, produced a profound impression both on court and audience. His youth, modesty, chivalrous demeanor, - -and truly Christian bearing called-forth the liveliest emotions. Even the British press depart fronrtheir usual brutal comments, -and deplore the fate of one a honest, t higlihtoned and patriotic. The Star and Telegraph use extraordinary terms of eulogy, considering the position they occupy. The latter says: " Mackey is a gentleman, wor- t thy to rank with Wolfe Tone and Lord Ed ward Fitzgerald and those .. - . . - slie high character is now so generally i acknowledged, althbugh in their own day j they were as `heartily abused as any men e have been since their time." The highest testimony is borne on all hands to his Chris- 0 tiaii character-which, unfortunately, could aiot be said of amber...

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. — 26 April 1868

pgmla WWImr T The Dresate of the D ap WOre: RoB. T. J. alman,J Cr-'. .Bev. J.B D M•r.o T- MceasI.ene Taeua. Y. - s All eAommunicatioa are to be addresmd to tahe Stw of Tie Moea. uaReo, e 1a soot0 E] Tms o1f u"beripdanon Derla per annm E Ad eopies Ten Cents A. Jenueato inserted at te rte of 1i 50 per square, deit laow, sld NonlpAei, oinAtittii A Wsane. 01 Tranthent adverto amentr, haringthesefao the -peP. new each insertlon. as .-n b agreed upon; provided that in no case a ,uch ti eoreed ,p o_ et. h1c or o All balnes-ote of advertisemenlt o be chu-red 0c eente P.t nek noee wOh sehrtion. All tMnlert advertimeeents most be padl for-l AladrtisAmentl not marked any orlled nub(i of inertio., will be -puhlLbed si tire. d obaedd C aoeecdinily. isw oRLEANS, SUBDAY, APRII L 6S 1. tS CAL neDA, i. Wet. te S tnd..... April -oa nd mnday after Rester. e tI Monday .... Ari1- St. Anastatu , P".e p. Tueeday....Apri Sinot. t pend .a artyr. Wednesday.April Ie-St. Peter, oFarityr. a Archbishop conf...

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. — 26 April 1868

ZONNIe iRAN AWD CATNUO. w musi. mW O1xTzz SUNDAY. -" ft 1911. The Impeaohment. The great State trial on which so much may depend, not only4or the Soath, but for -'the whole country, is rapidly drawing to a close. If eaqui°ted, the President will probably n-ad4ll opposition to his adminis tration exhausted, and his policy of recon-, struation will triumph. If condemned and ejected from office, he will leave the ques tion sa far from a eolution as he found it. The whole skill of legislation, the whole power of the Executive, will then be con eentrated upon the effort -to organize the oth intoan-ally of the Radical party,-and we-shall-renew our worst experiehce as con quered provinces, not with the comparative dignity, however, of a national iqnquest, but as a party appendage. As to the-real issues involved-in the im peachment, we suppose there is but little doubt in the popular mind. It is the cul minating point ofapolitical contest between two of the three co-ordinate branches of th...

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. — 26 April 1868

et~uao san ~awa annaiou maila, n03 AU PtIAL " 1 think," d the skipper, one morning at breakfad, as we were discussing that at anedhr off the mouth of the 'lhlu ; " I A-lflnkwe had better till in as we go, so I shall send the boats cocoa-nutting. Would yoUn like to go f" , With all my heart," I replied. '" I've never been down among the lagoons, and - shonld like it above all things." "Pm glad' of that," said the skipper; "for I shall not go myself; I'm not ambi tious of being stung to death by mosquitoes; but as you have never been down the coast, the novelty will, perhaps, repay you forthae "" I'll run the rhaanee of a stinging," 1 re torted. " If we get at strong sea-breeze, we may happily escape these little pests; but when do we startiwt" " With the hand wind in the morning." " All right! Who is to go ." S"'The stvedore for -one, becrtise he knows the coast well; the rest you can choose for yourself."- - "Then 1 shall have Jones for one. lie's handy and cooks well." During the ...

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. — 26 April 1868

ZZIWSe ITANr GD m taL a& muo 3 3. WSW ORLEANS, SUNDAY, ArPUL 0, iaes. --- - - cate, - - - A ,GEAT DAY AT sT. VIN lT 3D PAUL On Sunday- ias, the 19th instant; from the ushering in of the rosy light of mornmg, until the sun's declension, or when his fer vid rays began to pale in the far off occi dent and to tincture. with 'lrious Palo of blended- purple ap gold te firmamental clouds, the church above named was open, and for the greater portion of the-time re ferred to was thronged with devout wor shipers. At half-past six in the morning from the belfry rang out the summons to matin prayer and the'worlhip of the Omnis cient God. At #even o'clock, when-all werb assembled and awiting the cdmineneement of the impresdv 'service of their holy reli gion, from the adjoining school-houde or thilom church came echoing sopnds of lati dation, hymns of' humble but seraphic prais to the Supreme Being, wl~ieh, brne on the bland,, pure air 'io opening day, seemeddto'ariee--as cen-awarftd incense...

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. — 26 April 1868

(c [oncUDED FROM m "RT PAOa.] _ I may -just inquire to what particular line oft bustnesyou talest we devoted!" T o just-at -tesent. The fact S is, I added, loweria m volce to the pwoper eanfidentia ton eI-" a little.mone left me about .a go, and I am'up in London look . sno d lsines nvestment. But fact, Imi getting tired of town, and hve t a mindito go back home, and take my money i I ould see the old scLrim 'a eyes brighten as 1he drank in my words eagerly. t Sdear youg friend, if yo will al allow me to " you so," he began in blandly Spersuuaive e let me counsel you to o nothin d rashly. There are thosands of excellect in. vestments In London: Buit wlhat lts wmictia man at your back who knows a theins and _ - oetal this greatity; who kuows how to sep- t arate the whatfrom the chaff; and who can ditinguh almost as it wem bby instinct, a esoundnvsatmamt from a rotten one." tl "AI very lne. But where is a greenhorn like me tofl nmh - man F" - - Tmho p with which my secmpish friend, ...

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. — 3 May 1868

.ý.i . rry r.r -l l •' A N - a" .i.- • ; " . dlmIY.MM4.M6-l.ý 1. Pn bt "HOW' BEAUTIFUL -ARE. THE FEET OF, THAT BIIUIG GLAD nnIDI i  ' . i.r;=m i - ,L f r ý .. . .. . ... .. ..1 "; .1, , 'l°,-  . . . . .. . --- -.  ::- o . .. NEW V0 ML!',1olr - - , se. abfLllire tea. asw aeS few, hi '1tighSeyeSiy is with es now. s- heTSmdsnWsiMtr mom spring Bar tNmehishla tsaevery paln • a a--emr se everr i Lvr = 4-jq t-ii~ r!:.v yuvlt~- lntgr. -- ----- She -a e as -ms - n queen. A wealth t lbeaty aud yper snng. The arth ared its sese green, With gridlend serisa el g. The eaegsshms cams Aprn's bib - S Wae known as emsea rouand bar way; Her footsteps pressed a mantle rare As Raleigh gave Ate queen ons day. The wild birds waited in thedell To hear the music of her tone, Then tuned their notes her praise to tell, As minstrels round a monarch's throne. The violate all their odors hid From every winsome, wooing breeze, But opened wide their casket's lid To waft their fragrance to her knees. The...

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. — 3 May 1868

NIINsRRe WAE AND CATHOULC I& slENGEE NEW ORLEANS. SUNDAY, MAY 3. Iead IIDMM= CATHOLIO NTrELLIGEI AicanlDocIcs OF NEW Y." .-Tlec Elie Sunday Bokools.-TI atholicS School Union, of thi ty, its re monthly meetin uday, 1:t , a No. 48 Fourt v Amon terest the on, is a vit ded to be t the eity, through the d the members of the St.. Vincent Society, to such Chtholic- children are continually met with, not attending any Sunday school, but mnning wild, and subject to no parentpl tare or restraint. A child presenting one f the tickets at a Sunday school is to be amdiatalv rneto a and d he week visitei at his residence, b srasebh a4.ml seA -is ctweai ats hymi, and :he child agrees to lontinue to-attend the acheeool , then on the next Sun dth4mreb lnm8 suitable present. Mi.sio.s Owes l, Doesiniarn .Fathers. -On the ev, Doain _on. 'Fouar is day during tie two weeks of the mision :he church was crowded to its utmost capa aity, A.  Q'lkl~a the jaoroing and at tine the c 'edi ihasEl5a of th...

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. — 3 May 1868

4TAll JD QATHOJC MESSrTanL. w- OK&LE OS, SUNDAY, AAY MaY , 6. Under thektitle of " Cradle Liidis,* Rich ard Beatly, o"'4tod ni `.s kalilislhed a volume from tHertpen of Iady feitbert, whose interesting .eiof ttarel in the Peninsuli have been soujht eir With so much pleas ure as o waii~rnt tiheelife that a similar, if not irei8tr, pmtiarlty awaits this, liher latexworkl. We copy the following graphin desbription Of God' Friday at Jerusalem: It is the evening of Holy Thursday. The lst wail of the bs.br. l has died out of the aidlse't'tbe. salemnO"Church -of thlFHoly SdpathbahoA a&, arltar had been u ~ar was laid, and who m .har ubeen ded bUbs tl ail the terrible Bwitnes ed the death pmatan e3T and rlliks at conseuent .r m roemispmyer. f aoryam ele monleo, we led with a d hdatea4the terrible penan ,,h y. " the twoi watchers kneel os. ' a T e e tod. The one stllchape young, dresau ied {_ w'al mournii& ; the other older d, and o her face traces of still deeper s per etwith a...

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. — 3 May 1868

Ayd• u . stwL stm rss pm lJ . Ot sa Ma IThe Dhrecatm aSte d goes are The MYot Rev. Mehb J. ])[:I Ots President. Very Rev. N.L. lJ. Pu. .. A Viae seidemdt. Rev. T.J. SUra, C. M.I Rev. J. B. Dvrrr, C. 588.I; Rev. J. FsAeasm a Mr. lle¶ Mssar; r. ossa CAwCuesr. Treesew r. . 1Swr utUAM. asetr.. All commmunatlime m to be addreaed tothe E tor of TLh Y ,Nde med Ciole Yea q r. Terms of ybour Dollper annum. ana ad d hvl as hie _p thOe paer. frat diseel Y pagi r each saubequent sner Aieclts inatd at Is0v "als. to be acnsged ea nw each imertos . Regula adverths . whj o de Stie leb . ses be ameeatauetpt e DUAm .to tPeo eft 7s5 20 se asts oet per 1180,v lt.... . ,...... .... r - AAll traai. adilWsemae mus be ]aic so ia *4.. All averttsemeol.as ant marked s*nysped.ed.Lo .a rrt...... --+h +u My ' hu rd y May -cco . -. .,+ NEN O*Ma sT. 5IrNp C D4Ei.s P96.,. s Total contributilmas pevoleay pubflahed ........ Jeuit Father, bDaetoe stroeet ............t0 e Rev, T. ..na ,:-... ..... ..............

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