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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 1 October 1887

EAWEAK WAS SURPRISED. So Were his Squawa. and They All Incontinently Nkedadd led. [From the Low Angeles Herald.] Bqnk Comnissioner Potts of Los An geles hadl an amding experience' in the gold times of California. The story as tol to a lf, rold reporter, runs as fol lows" In the early days of the gold excite ment, before malny of the voting nan of the present day were born, br. Potts and his partner, both miners, put their heads together and decided that there was probably gold at the head waters of 'hbe an Joauuin. They thought it would be well to investigate the matter, and scotrdingly they set out. In due time the arrived. ey discovered a deep hole in the bed one of the forks, and they con cluded that if there was gold anywhere in the bed of the streamit was m that hole. They tried diving td reach the bottom, but the water was too deep, sad they found themselves in a dilemma Mr. Pott's partner bethought him of a diving mnitin San Franceo that he could procure, and the iecision ws ...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 1 October 1887

The Dead Prelate. His Bequests and Instructions. The last will and testament of Arch bishop F. 1. Leray was probated before to Judge Albert Voorhies, of the Civil Court P at I p. m. to-day. It is as follows: L'Archeveque-In the Name of God I declare this doeument to be my last will and testament. All my property I1 moveable and immoveable, in France I bequeathe and give to my sisters, Su zanne Leray and Marie Leray. All property in Louisiana I give to Right Rev. Ed. Fitzgerald., Bishop of d Little Rock; Antoine Durieu. Bishop of 1, Nachitoches, and Gustave A. Rouxel D. D. i whom I name as my universal legatees I and executors of my will. Written and signed by myself, this ( January 22 1887. t Fiaxcs I. LnrT. t Archbishop of New Orleans. INSTRUCTIONS. One lot of ground in Carrolton is my personal property;also, eartain notes and money due to me, be realized and used as follows: $500 to my sisters Suzannae and Mary:; 500 to each of my nephews I and nieces; $300 to the priests of Nachi...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 8 October 1887

Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. " JUSTICE It ALL. . ;l.o Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, A CTOBER 8th. 1887. V . No. 3. Mass Meeting. Toga Adam adThom . - . .U Mass Meeting. On Friday last, the 30th. ult., the peo ple assembled in mass meeting in the town of Breaux Bridge. to do honor to Gen. F. T. Eicbolls and other prominent speakers who came there for that ocea sion. The attendance numbered about 400 persons and the greatest enthusiasm prevailed. The meeting was called to order by Dr. F. R. Martin. Mr. Charles Delhommer was nominated President and several Vice-Presidents were also nominated who took their seats upon the stand. Addresses were delivered by Messrs. C. Delhommer, Miller, F.D. Chretien, R. 8. Perry, C. H. Mouton, Col. Louis Bush, Gen. F. T. Nicholls and Gen. Alex. De olouet. a The apope Gen. Nicholls up on the stand elicited roars of applause and cheers. Much credit is due the gentlemen of Breaux Bridge for the perfect arrange me...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 8 October 1887

A. 1'-!IT TIo Till: ItITOIIIC i11 IlIlltI:H(Htl. - )|lanth-illwin . 'lkethfl flerni Nature- Thei T hrlt of .Sitotltin. On'- f th , ,,. . - anse in the State of Ne 1 ' i4 ht . 1 .Ial g"rl:i t oIf eiC ht'ndrcd anil - , .t -ti-,'e . a- i 4 f land it. t i, .li '..hawk rVa " ", liea iei.dev. n >.E-I. a e ,other,. fro:: ... -r:~e I. .Ki of Englandl." This gr la .::h, . ,I ci, v-,r mlani y of the historical alp 0* .:a thi itat.. . .ars th:- dati of April 114:h 1 71 . atl 1s 1tIll in a.n ex,'.ll.nt n t tte of l -.i: .t.l. al,-thouIh c-e-,r one hnleledr eln and ai . ..r, otl. l(at sluntseier w!hile traveling Itrl thi l,-,wlyv valley. wihose river winds t ,r . , ,. :I t l" . t , atefeil l pastoreal lanC lecape, I Up tion :t th :.ulii. town, .. ,hn town, wh i ai vfi .y I ga lithin: z the 'Fr:uch and J:t.iu, .. ar. i* r. tea Icrls will, t- doubt, readl with inter (iet f :hpi ie!.", wh:eh claimed the writ.er's att,-'. ,,n fo-r two whl ,:e we.,.kl, and whic'h vet i- . .,* m"iarks ouf the p....

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 8 October 1887

ys t.s i atanlest.ake dicourana'a r Ex... W I W l cl ºAtilll I"I I illi017 l ri. 1 ' t, u:Altrt:Lr:' nt:ltage to col le't the: r bills-t!:,.y so selIoim ftigure in ti:e courts :" asked a reporter of one of tle , raft in New York. ".TAmong the j 'r,,:er clal.sts mainly by in..talllmnts," Vwas the reply. "The fact is, however, that Such" bills are paid nimuith more readily than might be i un~inedl. Most folks don't care to have their departed relatives buried as dealheads. Beside the cemetery an thritiets help us to get our imoney in some instances. At Greenwood a per mit to reopen a grave will not tbe given until the undertaker has been settled with for the former interment. The undertaker also when lie provides the grave as well as the coffin and funeral equipment usually halds the deed until hle has been settled with. Again fami lie% generally employ the same under taker, and if they have not settled be fort, they settle for a former funeral,be fore asking the undertaker to bury ...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 8 October 1887

Minutes of the McEnery De mocratic Club No. I. St. Msrtinsville October let. t91. Mr. T. L. Broussard called the meeting to or der and stated the objects of the meeting. On motion of T. Hi.~nvenu seconded and car ried Mr. Felix Voorhies was elected Temporary chairman and i.. J. Voorhies Tetmporary sres tary. On motion of W. A. Bienvenu seconded and carried, the following Committee on Re*olutione was appointed by the chair. It. Martin. Dk Voorhies and Arcade Gauthier. On motion of i. Martin the Committee was increased to four and W. A. Bienvenu was ap pointed by the chair as the additional member. The ( ommittee retired a~,l in a few minutes returned and reported the following resolutions viz: Resolved, Thntwe recognire in Gov. 8. D. MeEnery, an able conscientious and faithful ser vant of the people, one, who, at all times, true to the trust confided to him. has labored for the material growth of our State, and has advanced and established upon a firm and healthy hbasi the industri...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 15 October 1887

THE WEEKLY M1881mEL Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers.  JUSTICE TO ALL. ir.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. OCTOBER Ith. 1887. VOL. IL. No. 34. Rev. Father A. B. Langlois. The Rev. Father whose name bead this article, rector of Pointe-a-la-Bache for over thirty years, who bae been appointed rector of this parish arrived here Tuesday morning. The same day of his arrival a delega tion of our colored people, headed by one of their brass bands, under tile di rection of Mr. J. C. Vavasseur, pro'eeded to the presbytary, discoursed several of their sweet selections, after which Mr. .1. C. Vavasseur presented in the name of the colored Catholics a magnificent bouqauet of rare and sweet scented flow ers. to the Rev. Father. The Rev. Father who appreciated this demonstration received these people and treated them liberally. At about 8 o'clock in the evening a large number of ladies and gentlemen and the Excelsior Brass Band repaired to the presbytar...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 15 October 1887

THE OL.ID FITLEII lHe WItnes'.4 I he Match e(Gase Re. Iweers hi e Ii llwl.. olwbk and l)aiy Sil:  I lt - i .,i. l' 4)1,1 Setth.:r. wht-o went o..t to, s.," 1t :,"'.at gi:: ., nlt, up his nidt:, that h, . .. t,:· i't i,.".," a b.i t I ,. r p tI: , to ,.. t,, I -- , thlIn :t a eat ne:rt" ti,' h ):uI't 1 "!, :',.: hl t i art. .: ' , for h.t it . T1 . ( 1+ . h , i , ,n ;l, . . i, ft!,," ,.,nI ti w,,,,. 'The Ii,,w Ih'kst went to thl: lat. The (.: i .'. l:lt ( ul. I ,, 1 .i ay to the si.?t !h, h, t - . ,1 :a ?!l ..t d,,w.n 4.1 the , . I. , ,l f |cht'+ of I lil to tlhe. left 1, athe I "l.. " r,:n th .r,,, r:ul-tOl " ,!. 1, ' . 1 ', ! 1it -ul an i place t hit,'l Bill ', o,:t'r . t youl r h,.:i 1 kn .,c, ,e.1 o l': "Iv' " Vou p.-t SKOL -t, so.:knyv' the' (l'..I ,,. !h" ,i .ted ,:ck. "Your ol' p * l!." 'l .it w 'n't I,' lr in tih.' woo,1 . for i.:.hl .ltt . 'i .it re.l s;hirt o' VOtrn'il l.:.,1 .ilt Up the i rtih With these 'll, ihr S,. , . ! . ,.1 fr'n Stret r .'s ,t t. ' i : " ..at u ti...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 15 October 1887

GOINU TO "NIGHT QUARTERS." A story of Life on Board an En glish War Ship. T'rhe ope.ratitll knownt as "going to night la't'-"ters'' consists in pre)aring a ship for i ,uneiiat .t aetioln, andl the celer itv w ith swhich it can be carried out is so e .tr: ,rdllitotry as to be almost incredible. It is neoly midnight, the flagship is' p:",, .g her wavy across the ialm sea, ix:.l the reguhlar thunlmping of her screw i- :lniost the only noise that is audilte on 1toarr of her. The oftlier of the ,.,tchi passes like a shadow backward ani forward alt .g the bridge. On the poItlo the marilne sentry andl a few ghla.tly-htaking signalmenl move silently hither anti thither. A light shines fronm the .kyliht of the Admiral's cabin; but if yout ook down you malv see the Ad iir"al asleep in his armchair with a Ibooki upon his knees. On the dimly lighltetd main deck there is a steatvy murmur, caused by the concert of se (ral hxunitred snores, and the officers, like the hIue-jact'kts and manrines,...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 15 October 1887

The Governor's Fault. lat week the News engine got out of erle, thereby causing a del.ay of a cotn pie bours In striking off the paper. The '. beiess manager w s naLturally vexedi at the occurrence and seizing tihe Iro- c verbial "little hatchet," made a rush fo. the pressman's scalp, when that worthy 2 ezelaimed: It's all the fault of the gov- 3 enoer. 1 B. M.-"What in the blankety blanked s blank has the "governo " got to .:o with stoppnlag our engine when there are 50. 000 papers to work?" P. IL-'It controls the machine and runs things to suit itself, irrespective oe a man's feelings. B. IL-Blank the "machine" we've got nothing to do with IL" 4 P. M.-But the rings. on the governor a are worn out, and if we don't get a new eme the whole thing will go to the de main-pow-vows." B. M.-Abl new I uunderstand; it the º thing has served out two terms we will have to get a ntew oue-here's the nick els. And the P. .. smiled.-N.O. Daily News. The Philadelphia Preas remarks that about the on...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 22 October 1887

TIE VEUL M1ENEIIUI. Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. . JUSTICE TO ALL. - si.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. Sr. MARTINVILLE, LA. OCTOBER 22nd. 1887. VoL. IL No. 35. . . . . .- - n il I i The McEnery Meeting. The so much talked of McEnery meet lag took place at the Court House lat Saturday. A brass band was on hand, and treated the "16" members of the Mc Enery Club, who were present, and about 20 Nichollists and other curious who appreciated the delightful music. At about h:da past s<eveno'clock, Pres ident R. Martin called the meeting to order. Mr. W. A. Bienvenu, the Secre tary, was requested to read the proceed ligs of the dfrst meeting. Motions were next in order, Judge Edward Simon moved that the sentiments expressed by Gov. McEnery in his opening speech at Monroe, be endorsed by this club, the motion was duly seconded, and carried. Mr. T. Bienvenu rose and said as we are poor, very poor, I move that IIon. James E. Mouton. take the stand, and address t...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 22 October 1887

SLVF.D BY A K . t.t L IM .v1i ASWA.KEIED IN 1lh, Itr.` 4 was Give-$. (al .a th : ai1 a ':,NI -s.il imil l.. i, er.] , " .:::a Grilin, ,lied .1i il 1.1, 1", agedl 19 years, 4 monlthsl and 6 elays. Tlt,, Wicr1,l Wlre eiguravel ul1o,1 i a il ver p.. !,', but there was. ti itixl ixllxr thent. .Lrs. Ptrroy, an .lhlerly laldy, visiting friends lusing on Clinton c:, Ixtn, .Ainle:ilaY , but whise' homell is iii Broit ti:n, N. Y., lakii, with .i air ,I f min:g..,l1 pri,", a:un rev.,renceo ulpon the arsi~ag.', f.o" her name w.,a once Elhna Giritin. uandt the xiliu that was marle to hold hitr remains. "On my nin.ntenith birthday," she samid, "'*mv other invited a party of nc quaintanoeus to our house to celebrate the Lay. We lived some distance out. side of Willianshurng, as it was then, and the ground was ,t little soft and boggy. O.n;e of my friends remembered this as she wry aiolmut to start for her home w ith her brother, and she laugh ingly .xngratlateld m on being holsued already iand ...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 22 October 1887

: r' L :)if Ll t : 'S 4)PWU _ ' HowF . •Pr ,-y , li.,"el to I.'are of Wiry • r'-;: *" Ia *I (Ia;.* 1:(C4. IV a .. i). B. li.kielon, ueh ,'tle !r: , h' º . 'i . t!! ,rat, \ ..1.. i. |)rn ) e'i " ".1 ,. , it t !\ cetuntrv who 1.^ i , ,: {r, 1:" ::uI ke t. r. Dick - u: ',ih "1, : u na :t :tkitful tai ti, ,'r ' ,t! ,t"* . !i e't f llelwing the i, ', *..iiu:. ;.,'."t r, o(r attending to ,nth, i. rt ".vt'k, , I,.` is either ran'ig, t!!h we, ,ds i'i ,:r".ih ,f birds or is e:t ga:,'+ilE l in his wst k.hop in ullnlntit, s-le:nn:l st. 'lheu lideianl for nlois is a!wv . . :,i'., :,,.t1 the .supply shoIrt. Mr. I )ickie-" ,i i% a nattui list anid a atuldentl of the hait ot etw ry bird cite ,ul. to New Jeasev. l.e t)conclulde l1 letVPril y .'alls a;; that owls needed tn couragetie'nt to nest oil his plae', .1ali conwrejl'ueitly hlie nitido arrangements to eneatirage then l by providingc thenim ith lsnug l.arters. Flinding ;i hollow limb of a tree, he cut it u11) into short pie.ces. and clos...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 22 October 1887

Mr. Eustis and Negro Supre macy. The Knights of the White Camelia seem to have sprang again from the ashll esof thepast at Monroe, and with blare of trumpets arraye:l th"ir noble forms to the assaults of the shadlowy hosts they sumiioned to meet them. Among these plumed warriors with burnished helmet and bronzed lance held a I'outre, was our avoirdulpois junior Senator. lie was the central figure in this coterie of North Louisiana politi. clans. who at this stage of the worlds progres:, come forward with a few nI gro scalps on their belts to attest their claims upon the suffrage of the voters of Louisiana. It unfortunately happ:,ns that the re cord of Mr. Eustis is blased uponll a pyra mid of which tl:e cldored citizen. formed the apex. lle stands in the Senate to day on the top of the head of a genuine r'are blooded. uniadulterated. un bullotzed straight out citizen of African descent. In the alleged Demnocratic caucus which nominated Air. Eusti. th.I negro rIpre sentative from .Ma...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 29 October 1887

Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. - JUSTICE TO ALL. stl.co Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. Sr. MARTINVILLE, LA. OcTrOEI1:l 29th. 1887. VOL. II. No. 36. That Dodge. The Reveille said in its iast isisue that the Nicholls men dodged when one of their speakers asked them what reform was wanted. The editor of the Reveille amust have been du the dreamland of 'lDixie" or out of his senses when he saw any dodging. The Nichollsts who were there, were Invited to attend that meet ing and went there by mere curiosity and to hear the good music, and not to argue any point with their speakers. The speaker did not know to what he h'td exposed himself, we did no,t answer his question because we had stated pre viously that we did not propose to abuse and vilify the administration, but if our friends persist and insist, and by their repeated questions force us to answer we will let them know a great many things that they seem to Ignore, but which is yet fresh in our meimmory, and ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 29 October 1887

TIIE IYSTERIk OF A DAY.' JOTeII.I 1 r;VENIr THAT WIt" F'IND RECORDEiD. A Fanny Man-Serving a Patlent - SaVedl the Hatter % Ieotery Scheme -Wanited sonml Hc.'k le. twrries, &r.. &'. JAMrS KreIAN of Alugusta, M., t:el largaiianed at Prinee Edwlartd Island for a tine horuc, thi. price to be $175 and was jst aio)ut to hand11 over the nlionllt when ho remarked, "thi halter gaem. with the hoar.e, of couerse, I ltater lnone with inm." The haelter in allestionl was1 an 1 old one, worth 1erlwhapa., 40 cents. "'Oh' no," repliei the on ti er, " if yoa want the halter. I want myl pay for it." This was too mu.ch for Mr. Keegan, awl quoth he, "how nlneh .lo you Want for your old halter :'' "Sev cnty-tive cents. was the reply. "All right," said Keegan. "Here is vyour seventy-five cents; that's just such a hal ter as I have been looking for !" And as he passed over the change he quietly took off the (now his) halter put the $175 tback into hi. lpocket, stepped into his buggy and drute away...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 29 October 1887

YIL tt- l stas Browa halaN itl Then. act :- .Is The te lia of Hit Studit. j I'rtrn ',e G(Jlv'eIon Newal "I :~ long studied the hamlit.s of crtl, is ,. 'esto, waters,"' aiid Brown thie fiake:'i..n, "*aLs I know 'emr well. They kno we. too, for "sometimes I make lits ofmr ,'abls. You uoblieiedat: (Cona, I she ". you." and le.ading the reporter to, the i. :ti of tihe boat, the browned fish ermti I fted a cloth from the stern and revereied a small tank, in which several cra~ 'were swimming around. The tank hail holes boriel through the bot tom., le"ting in :1 constant supply of fresh wattn . "Nou you watch what I do,,"said Fiah ermai Bro,wn. Ke t.tek a small stick and Ieat a tattoo upon the stern of the boat, the while ad dressing the crabs as though they were human beings, and giving each a namnt'. "'Comue up, aly beauties, thero is a gen tleman come to see yon," lie said, which was followed by such exclamations as: "Don't be afraid, the pot's not ready yet, neither is the purchase...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 29 October 1887

An Economical Question. While oev. Meoery is going ta rmads telllag how many yards of love her bes. put up by Col. James with hb estlaea ga, under that 25 cents peo yard eontract, wewould like to hear, oc. ositnally of his telling bow much mon maid bve been put up, with the mesu amount of money, at 18 eents per yardi There wer numbers of contractors who made bids for this work at 18 and OD eta but the admilaistration's "pet" got It at 25 ats, all tbemame.-Jackson Times. A lady stepped up the other day to wheres crowd of men were gathered and pulled out a paper. Instantly one of the crowd erawled under some boxes, anoth er seaked behind a barrel, another hur ried ovr to Motome's to get a drink of water, while a fourth darted up the street They thought shelhad a charity subeerip ties paper, or that she was a book agent when it was oily a telegram, and she had come to inquire atout the location of the telegraph omee. If you want to scatter a mob in Lafayette quicker than can bedoneby s...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 5 November 1887

TIE WEiELY 11Ui 6 IL Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. I JUSTICE TO ALL. - *i.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. NOVEMBER 5th. 1887. VOL. II. N. 37. The Strike. The strike which was reported to take place on sugar plantations Tuesday did not occur in this parish. A committee I of the Knihgts of Labor called on the I planters and thetrouble was satisfactorily I arranged. At the oil works twelve to fourteen of I the colored laborers, all Knights of La- I bor, struck on Wednesday. Their griev- I sane was that they claimed to be dissa- I tisied with Messrs. Gaston Broussard and I Martin Briant, the latter colored, the I bead press men, and asked Mr. Rousseau I to discharge them, Mr. Rousseau refu- I sed in a positive manner to discharge his press men, and the laborers struck. Their places were promptly Alled by I white laborers and the mills kept work- 4 lng without any interruption. The gin- I nery was stopped for a few hours, but I everything i...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 5 November 1887

REV. DR. TALXAGE. T.ii. EiHHKLIN DIVINE'.N N|'NDli SERNJIN. Nhbjlct "' n'rruplosied Field.;." tAtter tin church was full of people, and all the adjoiling rooms pa.ked, as many In ople went away from the doors as got in.L] TEXT: " Let I hioutl,, bit I ripon ntolier tlt*a's foutrflli :n."-'nu:,ns xv, 0W. Stirring vrprt- conme froan all parts of Amerinc shoeting what a great work the churnles of t(:vl ae doingl, anl I eongrnati late theta na, t !, it" i 1t 1... ...xlpp,'eh ll aill ha e I ' n ,' :'; tlit. ".anlll , l oi n.o'n Of the .ligi,'1;:il pre i'..  iprtcian:g thi. g'.wer o'.lty of tilt e'iltlre''l : .; , . :1;.-l Ia e been ipti. ruash i, wnl in this, 'iurl.'l f,:r religious u- s tand "I l'hirlatir work lduring; the i:neteen iars f iiof I in- Ian- \" i! s, . ' hi. thur. h was lait bl" nil dI'1omniati its ii. (I ristians and biv ItClie ltr' t i!! ia'ri. alnd hkeic . we have , -nII rsisin, ui'in.v flolr uian ohbj.ts out- de our denotniailtioi. a.ii Itht has tlmeltuns lintle...

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