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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 6 March 1870

l* +•n.r " -. ,... " ... , : o- x n tagS.noh ,--,smesei e Or l -or-eraenrsteethu P . e .o D andmp . with the p pproval of the ecoleuiatical acres***mainly devo*ed to the intflostac * he t~rs ýtheorn eCatholio Church. 1so teempata . To prevent all Ihilure, and to guarantee SX.. ra,. asai, . G. . Oi-e Pre rt eOn t n S .O:T.L . V. , bt e. .re. -baed on ajoint tok'eompany, the e w., bfa.jon . .8. -Mre tal of which is one hundred thousand no , .- dollars each. " as ens-a steralo t t tan, and fome tosnd tothCthle -+ + -- C"+" of a fol eur on, are Dla. p-,er aneqnau" ',* rtisem 'to1f6r oi, beth o1" over wil be "of our Dioceae. n t osseertainefrom t J. M. AaneSo oRe N OmaoW ast: .J asoxedtecon9.0. VliaI riedn i- :,__~ oaorfae.F BCeu == ems.--i We t a ppov ofteaoeId u ntakinnag tando."i to thedo usneel notees of advertisements too be -_D m ou , 1Doe. ef bar: eo,,lrotrpeennum , be ý" : J.N.Anunanr r zwOaz' . 0 ent healt par linlle, each lnsertion." lTer""-loue Do lla- par An,rn .. ..anc.....

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 March 1870

Morning-ttar and Catholic Messenp r. ,M Esw Oma Ns.'sUs ýA 03ao . sif. i'ia% Clery VIA 4 a Maw OaL a s s, Fe~bruary 13,a Septanugeaim Sunday, 1870. Raevset tat lelved Bsethren t Whereas in the otuab condition of our pop lation there is no reason to suspend the mitiga tions g ted in the obeervance of the Lentn diipline, we renew theregulations prescribed last ear b our venerated Archbishop and you will make tin known to the faithfulas follows: - 1. Owing to the existing pressure, and to the diffoulty for most persns to procure Lenten diet, the use of mea is again allowed .every day except Friday and Wed-nesday during Lent. All who fiit boula on fast days eat meat only at one meal; but it may be eaten at every meal by such as are exempted from fasting. 2. Every day during Lent It it prohibited to use fish and meat at the same real. 3. They who deem themselvey reasonably exempted, wolly or in rt fron these regu lations concerning fsstig and abstinence should onsult their pastors o...

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 March 1870

Si i y. Ge:.a L Mo13Wn r a 6 St. Matie. o l 1 or of Theo- wi .fiy & PuLtfahp~ woleyk Mayaooth, has o. 81 ly tsh$ a worthentitled "Geology and a, or the Ancient Ritm.a of the Erth heidered In the light of Geological facts and C vealed Religion.' This work, judging tfom Lo aropean criticlsms, isofgreat sientifile value, He Lentitles the author to rank with each men bri f inenoe as Cardinal Wiseman, Pianini, he solland and Miller. Many persons look with he ploion, as leading to unbelief, on some of He apparent conseqaences of investigations in Ia hnomy and gology But in reality,'gd'er and oh guidance as that of Dr. Molloys/these g tadies areantidotes against unbelieft the stud- nar themselves being more elevating and at- ple I ve than anty mundane subject. We a His 4 the eloquent onohalding remarks : the Before takinglerveof this subject, we would in 0 tare to bring rduer the notice of our read- for e e obvious reflectioo, which is-some sght of in heat of controversy. The told ry...

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 March 1870

ý.s*Iseay of- Wit. .L i.masy......i. o0-The rty Wirt. lViaaaay....:.Ma, VI---e of S. l ance Sad tq g....r. .IV ealls of the Crlne on. turdv....Mar. IS-St. Gregory, Pope and Doctor. RCIUI -uOR -3L T. Ohurch ef the Zmeoalate OCeeepton, Baronne stree. Rtev. W. B. Anderdon, D. D., will preach on Sundays, at 10 o'clock Mass, and on Tuesdays, at 7 P. . There will be another sermon on Sundays, at 71'. MV, by one of the Jesuit Fathers, ead on Fridays the Stations of time Way of the Cross. On Wednesdays and Thursdays, at q P..., a French sermon. ti. V~ieec de Peaur Churw.-English insatrtions will be given two evenings in each week at 7 o'lock, during this holy season. On Wednesday those instruationswlll be given byea Rev. Jesuit Bather, and on Fridays, by the Bev. Father esalie.. 'he servses on Wednesdays will open with the Rosary, end on Fridays with the Way of the Cross. On oth da the services will olose with the Benedcltion of.ths r cy S9eament. Si. Teresa'. Ohr CheaSelaeus on Sunday, at...

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. — 6 March 1870

SWedne W ydneday, bb. -a 4iy -t WbaE pea se'esek r.u., asth New Or l1a>s rnlmis Coest, Mae. Marie Eis Therese, in the W iti t Slatire of tite Depasrtment of Lotet -eamsa, ~ mses. s . - 1-Deesm .lot, eS, she made profession in the -iaowvestDammber 5th, es5.. She was thus In the s-tty-thyyr of her age andthlrty-thh of rlil. on Her strong constitution seemed to promise along cearer to her. But Saturday morning she became sad dealynpralysed, sad remained without speaklg or ap. pesring oseolous until her death, notwithstanding all -teare thst was-without intermission beetowed" upon bet. The snrrise of death is terrible for those who have not made the use o life which they ought to make; but r souls well prepared, even sudden death Is not ap patiags Sister St. Therese was a religiseus of eminent virtue. She made a holy use of life, and we have confidence that when it jleaed God tO omite her, she was ready to ap per before Him. * SocIrTY OP Sr. VINCENT Dn PAU.L-There wa a meet lng of t...

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 March 1870

Morning Star aind' Catholc Mmng r' This medaolous historian andi mIaligner of ,athat is griat and good, has fnished his his toiy o-lnogland witl, te execution of Mary, t queen of Boots. And it is a fitting finale to a wor'k which throughout, has only served as a er-venient medium for ventilating the rancor 1 Sercely burning in the author's heart against, t not merely the Church itself, but the truth of i bhitory. As an historian, he is wholly unrelia bil; as a master of English and pictorial effect, he may have hosts of admirers-for all else he is a blind and bigoted partisan. In his treat ment of that part of his subject which relates I to the unfortunate Queen. of Scotland, he is simply fiendish. Even those who believe in her guilt, either in whole or in part, indignant. ly spurn Froutne's unmanly and demoniacal handling. Thus a critic in the Galaxy for March, says: There is something specially to be said of these closing volumes; at least of the grand, -art,'eentral figure on .w...

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. — 6 March 1870

MoruIj4 M4...Catb.Uc, Mesesnger. Pudda i for -laye t -Suet. Men of means are often the meanest of en. Base ahospitality--Turnig out your The Canine Fancy-Too often the calfof ne's lee . Sure to harrow up the sole-Pegs inside e'a boots. hen h- is roe like a highwayman ! n whe lies eig wight. • Beware of no man more than yourself- carry out worst enemies with us. The polies go halves with the burglars ii aen they should not even give them ti taeter. t what time of life may a man be said Si bolon&to tie vegetable kingdom t When I gexperience has-made him sage. w " Why, Tom, my dear fellow, how old a look." "Dare say, Bob; for the fact o' I never was so old before in my life." Whast is the worst charity thatdhonecan tr S Alms to a blind man; forhe would it S glad to see the man lhanged that gaveyit or ¾it- th he singing of a kettle in one respect ev hmbles the singing of a stage-singer. gr attempt to over-do it would be followed h0 'It's a shame, husband, that I have to of here men...

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 March 1870

Norting Star afd4 Yithiýc Meoi nist, Lsw araarua w yIII r, ag rsle n. 3am-um uza im- S '-ýisir~a~ s s mssl >ýs. lok.. m tIFlogged , Agats.--The London t  of Blider's .VeNes Letter, writing of thbaarlimacentery proceedings of Tuesdasy .s-s "The Tranier opened the ball himself nlg~athatron Thuraday next he should St'ttht the late election for Tipperary be noed void, on the'ground that a convict i'S4Tb could not sit in that house, and that a . '-WKwrit should be issued for that county. It mf'.,.understood that the First Lord of the ' aslmery means to enter into the whole history S-f tMr.O'Donovan and his career, and the an noeneement produced consl)erable sensation. From the manner with which Mr. Moore's sub uent motion, that the question should be freerred to a select committee, was received, it wasquite evident what would become of the proposition. It transpired-or, perhapst I had -better say it was asserted, and very generally eredited-that O'Donotran Ross had very recantly SB...

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. — 13 March 1870

ng *Sa d Catholio Wesengeij U oEMr ongStaryand C 105tha s a roesg, lseu ... obmp o , a - t o h D e t s at;4 Tseeme aSram and Mab ar tat " . _ with the approval of t Y 1 . _ Oatho r o r D io- e " - n .admitted want in New n- tdevoteto thethesh ,rd-..d-C ;.  _lCatholio Church. r " ""r ( JJ To prevent a1 fll  ý' Z ythe permaneneP or a then o .a _ . C oel ce riden t based Churono -1' eewhsord at th We approve of the a j Mra. bonlC*pa ra zo atn*Me oo t ts', eah neeon. | tWinf, tnd commend rt to, i if onrDo] s  o-W 0 rve o HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THB.'FEET OF THEN THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GODTHINGS(" - ý-ý LUXlE Ml. ...e... .... .... . dteIt, -8ft. LUME IL ---=NEW ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 13,_170. ng Star 'and Cathoic Messenger . -..... "..... undergog all the hsr- oehe Nn rM tn wifeNS `^^ rors ofd coarse g ]& gu Time -woe the decor niguh which his ,absence occasioned ns stoat nea the wethr per ipsos8 $Uof . £R !11, s z-g t linesckesssolid oa th weather o  . W E. - r ...

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 March 1870

Morning Star and CatholicMessenger headof ti NWW OL , AjS, SUNDAT. M.AQs. la. . and put t, ' The pea LET!B B30x PLMJIw. tively blo for men it BRSLAUX' BRIDoE, recorded Parish of St. Martin, March 4, 1870. 5 of the Fra Editors Meratag Star aad Catholio Messenger: sever tha My last letter wa written-from the Upber_ little At chafalay river, nd, although more time has little elaplee thon was intended, I witl resume m- r ple naMrative of the general appeaance and codr V- "ot rthe. cuntry throughl which I paussed. uein Th pper eortion of theAtobafalaya, as before n sd a devoted eto farming, butl owing to Jon Tohe havoc made by the late war, an the ruin- ohn iol ane overflows followned, not much i ltl e hia -being done there. The lower portion of the Wli river is but tbihnl settled, and as the land is tIe l ow, cannot be devoted to farming apurposes 1What uneatil a better system of levees is devised. of Bowever, those who live in this section nos none do better getting out timber and lum...

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 March 1870

in .Starg Catholi Messenger. Wr ORLE.ANS, SUNID MARCH 13, 1870. , JtOREIGN!t CATHOLIC INTELLIGENCE. / Rosle, Feb. ll.-The Council.-The Conndl dat on Friday last, and seven fathers addresstd the assembly,: Mgr. Riceardi, Archbbishop/of Turin, officiating. On Saturday there was no sitting, but on Monday 7th, the fathers re us ed the discussion, and four of them spoke, gr. Balvini, Archbishop of Canmerino, celebrating Mass. The affairs of the "Religious Oers" have not, it is stated, yet come on. Theouu il is supposed to be occupied with the atters regarding the Missins, and also thosetaf "De Eeolesia. All are looking aixiously for the discussion "De Romano Poutiice," iid it is supposed that only a few days will pse be * tore it is commenced. The Bish0De Shrews. bury is expected in a day or two. e Bishop of Northampton is much better, able to at tend the sessions of the Council. Mgr. Plan tier still continues in a hnost suffe g and deli eate state at the Seminaire Fra als, and al thou...

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 March 1870

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. • sRWOaLIANaS, SUNDAt, MARCH 1s. 11"s. Wodsy.. ... mar. 13-eoend Sunday of Lpnt. ny ....Mar. l-at Matlda Widow. edneadayMar. 1-. Ab • braas Hermit. ,.Tha.ndy...ar. 17-l-St. Patrick, A tle of Iretland. ]dy ......Mr. 1.a5.8 fllward, Hgin and Martvr. maurdsy....Mar. lm-a Jba- h, 8pouse of B. V. M. UOZSZ 103 LUlT. Church of the lmmeculat.e CoeosImon, Barons strt. Rev. W. H. Anderdon, D. D., will preach on Sundays at 10 o'alclkMass. and on Tuesdays, at 7 P. . There will be another sermon on Sundayi, at 7 . x., by one of the Jesuit Fathers, and on Fridays the Stations of the Way of the Cross. On Wednesdays ant Thursdays, at Tr. x., a French sermon. St. Vincent d Paul'rs Church.Englhh inastructionswin be given two evenings in each week at 7 o'clock, during this holy season. On Wednesday thus instructions will be given by a Rev. Jesuit Father, and on Fridays, by the Rev. Father Healin. The services on Wednesdays mill open with the Rosary, and on Fridays...

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 March 1870

Morning S r and Catholic. Messenger. 01 TEg WOT= . Tux I LNDBI L-Some friend hag forwarded to a p r contaltning the Irish land bill recently intro duc 'Mr. filadstone into Parliament. We return our wledgments for the courtesy, and knowina the interest btlri s rge portion of our readers take in the measure, we would gladly give it-but even a3s. nopsis wonud encroach too smch on our space We will, however indicate the most prominent points. Although not all that has been asked for, till upon the principle thast half a loaf is better than no bread, it may satisfy orthe time be. It will be received as an instalment -the balance to be insisted on at no distant day. The Irish members sees to accept It In that spirit. Fixity of tenure is In some measure provided for-i. By leases for long terms or equivalents of such leasesI S--boll tion of landleords' power of arbitrary eviction l and 3 restriction of landlords' rights of raising rents to cases pf increased value (not duoe to tenants' impr...

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 March 1870

Morning Star and .th01ic .Messenger. bappi . W ORLEANS. mUNDTYi 13.7. ow oh _.,......._. Elect RgELLA U IRISH mZI.* Mr. D. and th Great Tenant Meetaing.-Toome, Near Derry, he las Ienday, lFeb. 21.-To-day a great tenant-right Is beyc rmeeting was held here. There were close on party, 4000 persons present. The followintg resolu- a cont tions were areed to: "That looking at Ireland It is a in the light of ancient history and ireland in dress 1 the nineteenth century, we see the sad differ- port, ence marked in the degradation, distraction, aldreu misery and rebellion.- That looking _ fr the_ assert :ause of this national reverse In the past, we for tit cannot find it in the people of Ireland, natu- The r ratly, generous, submhalive and proverbially inst., enduriug, but solely in the legislative circum- rumor thecee in which they have been placed for forwa with respect to their native soil. That _ Vo awful land grievance, the greatest that of GO ever beftel any people living by tho so...

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 March 1870

Morning Star ad b Catholic Messeige. UW' 01TOlRt SUND0MAT. MANOR is. 18` The best 6f friends fall out. Our teeth e-ao exception. Truth `i. not a salad, that it must be served with vinegar. When ddes a ship tell a falsehood t When ,sh lies at the wharf. '"Good gracleous Matilda, but itas cold ! -My teeth are actually ehattering.n "W61ll, aunt, don't let 'em ehatter too much, o* they may tell where you bought-'em." ' * A man called another an etiedtlonitt, for saing him. t Why, my friend," replebi the man who brought the bauit, "I did it to oblige you." " To bblige me, indeed-how so 9" "Why, to oblige you to pay me." Thelditor of a Columbus, Miss., paper ,asving recently got married, a cotemporary says, " May his father-in-law die rich'aud enable poor Stevens to retire fropl the pmtintin businee -and set up'h cake hop at the raiiroad station." A young lawyer in Chataq county, w York, raving been ask to ran for ng dclined, saying, " t is true that left my father's work-sho , studied la...

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 March 1870

"rStar and C ic Msnsenger. or0ira8 , k' M.ADaU 1s. 13'IU. Te ad the 'Peple. t S- al 1'M f s ationoUftheaBev. Father O'Neill r ysrthe bodies of the unfortunates who fell mi v-itimas to the ianio at St. Joseph's Chuirch, mi Liverpool, is strikingly beautiful in thought Ils and language. The affectionate; eympathizing *ye paternal love which marked every word, by tended to assuage the sorrows still tit fresh, have been most consoling'to the m, surviving relt and friends. The heroic re conduct of the cler on that night, when so s many were suddenly Imt into eternity, has been the theme of universal se-the Pro- ti testant press leading\ The reen of their seforts was, that aut of nearly 4000 he ehureb, hot more than about 300 rushed out. The priests could not be sure that they were 0 not themselves in danger, but, as became min Isters of the Shepherd who gave his life for his v _a they were evidently prepared to make b the snoriie of even life itself, if, by so doing, a they gould save th...

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 March 1870

-r - $. ,I .','" I , .. _ '1 rte+ _ Y a *e . _ , 4 SIh woaoatholo I h h th To pi- *t u and Sof - the permanen ofa te ua . "d I hdollars, in ev them d sand dollars eaoh. `e b l aP ro v eoff t e e o f th e aa1 at. "+. . mt .h - • ..taking, and comm-end it t of our Dicasse. HRE* P r o u, L -/ ?NEW OUO0 0- --,1 ntleman. If he wo re h coattill he wa s owsm-led "I h vm othin ee t or o"s suc elrclsnaed tf'uls n o hi t• .... _....art r- - ev, . Ido~ . J l I .. 5,a top LAd 'nioted la sad e sithoti en d, a a . f the eebrsame thias preoptiou eent asuperol Sbr 'stiristoftha oe, o el The ni , who made his mark n the world Among the others were two, who figre in seci bt cbttin r aand lf s n f i-ch looht, 4o0n o Ern oafrtlec er030t c Soter. o~i hn i~t ts hih py , w ht; meladaone might exeutioniin n- Pemeraimeyears student si for e ers sio n t f on the samenat, ad hite ltes it an leart th S atimer tha ni o n c shame.e t aIn my earlier w eaistIudied bfor a seraion Aug -funi lookin Bon of Edmin, Bo...

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 March 1870

Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. >W oRJB h, 3Ka sdlhMrA ma oe. seiO. nr To Z PARTS. In the edse the heroic Cistercian Ab bot of Boyle, ather Gelamins O'Quillenan, and his comps oas, arrested while in-Dublin in 1180, there as not the wanton cruelty of SlawIes ox. the mere blod-tlintrness of officers ustomed to every barbaity. ere the oroeeee athe very hi set Engi athorit in Ireland, in the days of, Lord Co e, who te us in those legal treatises wMch ave come down to us as oracles,.that he nev knew of torture having been used in En d. abbot and his compantous underwent .p minasy exaaisations. John O'Garvin, then Protestant .Desh of irt Church, was among tho who assisted him it-tnerotoraznd-haviugpav~op ed many inducements to the ot 'tIo abandon the Popish creed' Gelaaius i. reply reproved him foe preferring the decltfthl vanities of this world.tothelasting joys oetaeaity and exhort - him 'to renounce. ane t ror. and iniquity of hereiy by which he had hitherto warred agatt God,...

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 March 1870

ing Star and Catholic Messenger. ,D;LAN. a D aY . Sc 1WI 5e qq ý a Behoolasseter' fea the Police. I .Sgan, from KImprped near Borriso who described himself as a National pol teacher, is stated by a correspondent to ve made a desperate and successful attempt free -himself frqm the custody of a poci ort which was conveying him to Clonmel Ll. It does not appear that Hogan had been cn  on any speoled chrge. A constable the South Hiding, named Carroll, Doming oas him began to question him, and not ng satisfied with the man's answers or ap reli nsiwers- lieu a threat and his earance expressive bf a strong disposition ve efiect to the threat, had him taken and conducting him to Clonmel Jail, when d, finding the attention of his guard not -Vi lant on the way, suddenly broke away, d, though the chase- was long and made by limcemew,;-the agility of the ogne oueti theat-eia followers, -who re ed to barracks uncomfortably warm, to -ate at leisure over the lesson they had a taught by t " S...

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 March 1870

morning tStar ad Cdtholic Messenger. \ r3wu _ •a . o n AyI 3oe srio ", i b0 are . 0-Taid ae ando o ast das ofu a : e . da , at dm ' I loo, SNof7a g O tho oletro. - . WeH. 0aldrd as, irlDe. p . ad ornsepor et lOlh Ma IsIMs, aand e T .sayat " "Sras Swile anothler smemo on Sundaya, at 7 o'look. ay a te Jeatl ath el, and on rida the Station s of _,Way f adefaie.ble ladiesod T Joseph's, SP. 1., a Preach srmon. - e e do Psst~e Ovenga ivn Weac wash at 7 o'clock, during hol aaao On Wedneshr fio endt(whoe -Iame l be , is hgi bya re. Jenit or a, and on ridayhs by i to take plath e after ter. Th e on Wadays will e witpah the anything that was with the Way re Crssken o th days the wil l astoni loe with and areaste i faof the likey ofiamens. sever 'witnessed here on Sunday at 10 o'lo on its ay fromd WPhiladelphi at, where itO'clock was ' s afactured-but if it eiynes upto the desription, it e Csone of the most7. s't P'oebYe OaRcn -Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday .1 vanings,.Sarmoa and Ilanediotlon...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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