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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 20 March 1870

J -__ 5DA: MA=R so. 1s publiely proclaimed their race. He hoped that the -recurrence of .the day would witanemss illMore united and ananimeu expression of the Irish element in this com- munity. In reply to the .toat--the Clergy of St. Joseph's parish, Bev. Father Smith deliv ered a short bt veyrtelling address. Some -persons might have thought it strange, he said, to see members of the clergy takipg part in such a demonstration; and so it would be if .the ocosion were merely a polestial or civil oe. But St. Patrick's day could never be divested of its religious aspect. It was indeed essentially national, but it was also essentially religious. The whole Irish civilization was so thoroughly intertwined with Catholic faith that any attempt to separate them would prove fatal to the formes, if successful; but as the Irish people had always hitherto' nobly 1 .risted every effort of open violence or of insidious policy to sever this alliance of 1 their nationality and their religion, so, w...

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 March 1870

rnin ar an .atholic Messenger. . inm !, 4s1WmNImt, MARCH 0. Ith. 2Ie-2.1M k l hiIr;In Holland, where -tea first foann4·aver in the West, it was-for some time. regarded imply as a remedial agent. Bonte koe, by his dissertation upon its virtues, con ,.tribtet.not a little to its popularity among his coantrymen-the Dutch patronage of it being, however, matter of caleulation as well as relish-for Hclland enjoyed" an exclusive commerce with Japan at that time, as regards the favored herb; accordingly, the States re warded Bontekpe handsomely, for his treatise. Of him and his adherents, Cabania remathks that they as much overrated the virtues oftea, as the modern authorities have, he thinks, ex aggerated its feonrenients. -Assuredly, says Cabanais, tea does not work the miracles that were ascribed tQ it at its introduction by ad mirers sincere or affected; but neither does it pIrode e all the ill consequences that have been laid to its charge. " Like warm' water, tea weakens the stomach,...

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 March 1870

rning Star nd a ic Msse r VeibrMd pleiies us fith its-lay, espe. thehen . The darke4t hour, as arule, is just before i e ga-oiilighted. Whatgrows the leps'tired the more it is orkied? A wagon:.ie A thoroughly- ependent man-One ho depends o in fr his living. There is n ing like adversity to 'bring man on t the knes and elbows. An er-scraplous yloung lady-One h i not reeoWe a stolen look. by is a chureh-belllike a forgetful ser t Becanus it has to be tolled so often. opopaul]J.ersenages--A fat man in an bus,.a n man in a crowd and a short on parade. _. y is;a policeman generally of a satiri- f o " rnt.Becuse. he has such a habit of I people odff. . I he ldgenutleman whose memory carried C S a Yi·0h o y backis requested to return | disconsolate friends. a i d liaving bea advised by his parents S carry out apdrpose," innocently want- i, ;to know where to carry it. e medical students of Michigan Uni- tl ity are so rapacious for "subjects" that tl Arbor people don't dare to die. - d The h...

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 March 1870

lM lg Stat' and_ Catholic MessengerH. sa . SAqia" m 42Un , us.>s .-o. th . aer ur -, ism.. i ::lr ag as aemar wesa ss .ilt the gmem o p.s p 0 wflugbe uisaw essU aUeu In the Senate, -ee lfrt vtdtas ineasesus le th ppratia r thet sae. agessw, s  aht onde ,a , b.t -- i glesmraa iliwt ftyii d iY to to $e30. M ,: . Ir ISelfoblted, on the ground that Iatholce were ". ellntg , the revwnes or. the Sets, iaulgig at the - Mme fi the c ahaseeitie  hodontede thato flaow sa tart Iir the mnaths ot bigots. In response A M meqs the me lnetarea ippllngd for the pit. M% , *. Ogden gave ntteraes to the followng manly dt dougant sentimsets, w.ich, we imaglpe should abthatema dsautive enougau h ewieM thnro eh' O saertsevsao smaier: than' tine nIedadsieye spoken of I Sctriptsre the quaity r t of , edbt Je nioeral hor el r from W r. n alqe stions mer e.tl..l _ I .It r aes cues aser. . e Eate Mr. te r ha itjal t fallen wom S, Mr. n tois, te nine. t ieas-theparty of progress and of his voice in op t...

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 March 1870

I I ornlngStara nd Cathollo Messenger - , Now on .. Ca.*... r wo....R Ob...... i r. se Gane .rod, b .uesa Cam p and Map ro ei orl th or over will. ... I. a.. r s d t £.. r:h a p; esat Rev . Aohbieop . Oui, Preel Rs,.X5. Pinoees. g, iedPreenen t. Ao eI . -.. --. --.U.. le," "HOW BEUTFUeA. T O TF. T- 7. - ~s, OLrU E . Joo, OReNean ) ;., ' . & -, , Ia t" "],,,4 VNEW OR ANS, SUNDAY - or g Star and Catholi Messeng I';HERE COMES A TIME. There comes a time when we grow old,. And lI ul s souse down the sea. _ dlope gradual, and the nigntinds coll Come whispering salt and chillingly ; m - cAnd locks are gray *A winter's day; And eveaof saddest blue behold The'ieaves all weary driftaway, The llps of faded coral say. There comes a time when we grow old. There eorun a timewhen joyous hearts. Which leaped as leaps the laughing main; Are dead to all save memory. A prisoner is his dungeon chain ; And dawn of day Bath pasd awayv. The n hash fate drkes rolled, j. And b e embers wan and gray, I...

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 March 1870

Mm. The se gl of Charle L opens with thedepl 11et} n A aIt h eo rPnetti asyshowis lt eat entone - -- .eleet to te the th Istl, ard tu io, |tended bhim in t..rd skeeite o-f ,,ao o of r Johl ar ee, sd alovice of t t. Aloyaius whose virtues and example held t ygaurE ith the power illetS . at they lived among adWlisr to us. u lewalga between the Purl i les ehlr' he- d D seution, bitter rytmaleri tbe e VeielL:ndirh ander lment some rm, some UmlfO h bd bel-+We, but tle" Puritane St bd in bleed with lthe breiet.of tigers, Eet with ae little so leupl - SMThe farliameuals England resolve4, on s. pth Aof .Oe ie-A44B 'that no qu rter hal be given to any mhuan, or to e Pa menr in Ihald- and their bhltori , orl d 'The orders of Farllsment were excel isaqy well exeonted.' (Rt. qf'b BadelU, p. G.-) sld. .and Werner frar to the letters of the Is.utloes for the ~cta that the soldiere - p pons io l i~uiousos, not sparing d: women,' taowell d olared on land ilrag elad that no t ercy bsbod ...

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 March 1870

S f- r` and= Catholic Messenger. dEW PkLEA8u, ULDXDAY. MABCH ST, 1570 I -SIUOZTLLU 015 Ia3 NEWS. The Land Bil.-The-v as farmers' clubs throqghout the prtov oes have been at no pain to concejl t indignation which they feel at" the idea at such a measure as that Zproposed wo give them the security which V .their ri a.d which-those in power have ia the nest language enoonraged them to * . Priests and other influential men who to the-daily papers from all quarters of e island point out, in alnmost identical words, that the complexity of the bill, its vagueness, its impotency, its waur of breadth and its tendency to litigation, make It literally worse than useless, and that it is impossible to describe in words the sullen disappointment of the people. The Irish Liberal members-who, for all we can hear of them, appear more'dis posed.to help in oldaring the 'ground for the English party battle than to stand by the principlee of the hustings-finding that the result of their Arst meeting th...

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 March 1870

)oranjog .a CS l -ig-etal Messenger'. -1a.w c »Ls. 5UZ3aZWIn U. isis Hu g Lh, a Confeseor. S a ng sls of Coifesmor. at 7 r. tThw witbes oe adie ,ý1 r. -C b eon. ort toieosait of the way ofit 3. m what ive beenhsutiemswin' 7Pr.wa .>+i,°omte tt.e ,-" be given two eventing in each s 'dieh, drih-s this holy season. On W edi tietretions will 'WWtiiby astv: Jesuit OiSln' wasys, by the ev. Father ln. Tbahe sei on Wednesdays will open wi thes i r nes rg e psm.with the Way oat theoem. On botbse the servises will close with the ed1ioan ofe this disemren at. JI: fi 's oy, at 10 o'cloek ,: l o'olock r, M. " . ur5.eF-me ~wieudtsy and Tharsaasy Sdnaps, d a HArdgii s. dtTal eo'elock. Friday Wgelnsii oo a aflenhe , of the Croqs. *zCosi o . Nuw OaRzsAxa.-In Le Pnugga. wTof yestheveay we fine, in sub t dsi th ifollowiiag, which we give to our rter- aswhat they have beenantlespating foesome time s Fuor th st two months during which wthel ris o eauestionin relatlon to  Archbishop Odins we have s...

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. — 27 March 1870

Mornin Star sand Catholic Messenger. " . Omlua& 3 a NDAT. MAtIH Ii, taro. s.rt at Dr. Lade0reasp setpre .02 Priest in Thalarge ooncert-room of Odd-Fellows' all was growded on ,Wednesday evening with the *eiof our city, to hear the Rev. Dr. Anderdon deliver a lecture of an hour and .. quarter's daration, on the above-named subject. The lecturer combined in his addres theological statement with more popular arguments, and. illustrated the working of the confessional among Catholic ,populations by some very practical appeals to Ms hearers' experience. He commenced by laying down certain propo sitions ap4 facts from the Sacred Scriptures, ..as forming-the ground of the Church's doctrine d practice regarding the saerament of pen ' e; Thems he assugedi as indisputable, and Sas acknowledged by npn-Catholics, as far as t.:h. enuiaeuess of the text, how ", th y mlght demur to the infere~ace drawn Sthererm. He went on to notice theextent to i4Mle this principle wag acted on through th6 L...

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. — 27 March 1870

--elai g Star ancd - Messenger. S-. 5 lRf aAs. 7p.I Q8T-T SiT7. Tui. bioowas or CmnwomxA .--C.sserets # ' ft. . miII_ CAsrek--No event in the history of the Hlesia Catholic Churoh in this city bears a giater sinifcance in the eyes and to the anderstanding of the great body of Catholics than the consecration of St. Ludwig Church; ea the corner of Eighth and Walnut streets. anyyears _ago, Rhen the debate of the great lexander-Campbell and Arcbbiahop Puroell 4iUed the community with helogieal interest, an, excited the -profoundest feelings that altate a people it was scarcely dreamed that t.hsnmble edifiee on Sycamore street in which it was held would pass from the hands of the "Thapbel1lRe into possession of the Catholics. Meo shir probable was it, a few months ago, that the Christian Church, from whose pulpit the truths of the Gospel were oaned by Elder Wa. T. Moore, editoe of the ClriUS Quarterti largely devoted to exposing the errors-of . would alas- Bess- into the po i - _ Otlir...

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. — 27 March 1870

-rarnioStar and' Cathoie Messenger. w11w ORLEANS. Mt AY, MAwR 7, 1, vi .mn wzuw. The first board of ednce -the blackboard. The most popul oman's paper-a paper of pins. The eu'ee cheek is that which has never blush pig's. en is anutmeg like a prison window?. enitis-grated,- "What's o'clock t" Why, a machine to tell the time s y.t -l - .-. The only blusterer from whom a brave man will take a blow is the wind. - Virginia has a Natural Bridge-but that's no more than every one's nose,haa. In a amne of cards a good deal depends on good playing, and good-playing on a good deal. An exchange paper says: "'Truth' is in type, but is crowded out by more -important matter." A milkman accounted for the weakness of his al:k by saying that the cows got caught in A model surgical operation - To. take the chsek out of # young man and the jaw.out of " woeman. Three things that never agree-Two cats over one onuse, two wjyea in one house, and twolovers after one younglidy.. "My boy, What does your moth...

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. — 27 March 1870

morning Stasb 4(BaIsl Messenger. W O3 _ SIUDAT1 . MAoOw 97. 164. A German aeal has sandoeeded in making wine from the tea plaut. Pas bhas 9000 rag-pickers, whose aggregate gati. are abouJlS00,000. The postmaster'of San raieisco has appoint ditwo ladies as elerks in his office. * The copious rains which have recently visit ed Toea promise a fine wheat crop. The public domain of the United States corn psise more than 2,837, 8square miles. Ah'oy in Trenton, who killed a !'valuable" dog whih bit him, has been fined 5.. J. M. Creighton, a colored man, as been ap pointed a mate in the Unit6& States havy. There are more Jews, it is said, in New York, than in the Holy Land, 9r indeed in all Syria. 'The 'second reading of the Irish Land Bill sJwed the following raelts For, 442; against, 11. The Catholics of Maeon, Mo., have purchased lot of ground'oa whihob to erect a new church The . Hose of Representatives has voted O2--oae s alary-to the widow of Jedge Stanton. C&t. lyre, of the...

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 April 1870

_.I -- • - Pn......... . . .. . e ..''- " - - I ~ eo. l auwnru. i.. ,b__ d Na,.. , athrity of the iocse to spiyr t . iv, mainly devoted to the' Interests * eb Catholio Chureb , , . .. PrC .To prevent all Wlre, a d to gurat a t. WN. V. Msu QR 8 . 1. B. Mr. -.saiýLtia ioarTu - srs Mr.JoUVoCN , -ta3 of which Ia one-hudred thasanb · T t da In ie toa, s. to hares, ofJroas.l ddreieei to the __-_---- des osoesYss is = u = tso tVOLUE I. EW0RLEA , UDAY MORIG, APRIL , 1870. NUMBER 'bsi_, e- "..ssb pq"u. s -. .'. . We.pprov of the aforesaid n to sh tsi ewtoa e rac Innsrtion . ahtýa>ie tta of..-No. iU ender atrest "HOW BEAUTIFUL ARE THE FEET OF THEM THAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOOD THIWGSJI,' Tus-leuro ellarnlsrdaaum, iasa VOLUIEII,-- --" _________ NEW,ORLEANS, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, 1870. NU-BER--. Morning Star and Catholic Messenger. BRW OBLUAN, IWP1AY, APRIL a. liO. * TAI~i W ITH MBE. If in Thee I have Tid tveor, Let thy llhbtaroerLe shine, Sm wee and sinfl nature Shball be sWallow...

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 April 1870

Morning Star ant Catholic Messenger s Wo&rX.AW souDa APRIL a. 170. ' aisoll ao Smoea alea Ylaom l 3d]aige and Udwotlr Cembinad. If in the whole 'scope of lItters there boon exhauased subject, it must be that of educs Mea, which has been discussed by all the greal minds that have enlightened the world from tha earhest down to our own-day. That educatton may properly receive thai name it ought to be, aa Bacon says, a ridc storehouse, for the gloiy'of God, and the relie of man's estate; tr in truth, we may as Bel say we hove an edifioe without a foundabion as imagine we have an education where w. lack its very essence, nay its life-blood, whicl is religion. Yet, nevertheles, our own wealtbh-eekin1 rulers are not ashamed to cry out that an educe tion under the age of religion is iJurious t the youth of the o epubli. In thIr atum] speeches they designate us by the pame of tf natice, and say that we ar.'o blinded by pre judioe as to be gnable to see . many advan tages wbiok their irre...

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 April 1870

AT. APRL 3, 16i'. t f r t WS alal the iblsl L.hsh. . 6hie. Di.' Gansiof the..Xtoh6 Reformed tchb-labely pnlishbd an Irtible in the or ofthat 'dendminatioi i blobrai coming ra retestsant, has fit gpertihence and IRi*afjlaokI pertlma of hs-argupentj swc, Eist, sth .ý Protseý,te. aat h bae i scool, and yet donot 1tW"lthse a book, aunt do, but orhthe eliool tiftdn is psto teachin Cgrlatia.n - vlttm pimas `fi dlalng to bfigt for the DatWlia._h stlo timLnbes r3l ge up ithe ~ tietait asiver y r wydlection we e owb the beos mael but l~hiichul bey its divided end con c.ng condtone the schools rom S seto tac Chriompetianit to a S an pasi atleis difficult. tobept of the bl the ]uible in then be reducatioal of all ies? v Ia rsaperdlon reflections q e tn te snowus that this bwould not be ease till her ldren, wo uld beetion wremain to te ght religionly, in aoes pn hie~wuld be the dlfficulties environ w.' y, W o thwon be wiing to tlket s p no 4l at all, nr have the introperts agenof to on i...

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 April 1870

- , ewOL*U * D, AsiL a, 1se7. IayI. ýMU q slsrro a , ,ov. ai, e m, if O i s.oe Ooes .,is Berums.tv.-. 3ev, W. -."asdedes, D. D., will preach on eandays, a 10 o.e1sk Mals, and on Tueedays, at 7?. m. Thbs will he another ses moen Saundays, at 7 ?. a. by ene s s Jesuit athers, and on Fridays the Stations at the Way d the CrIss. On Wednesdays and Thrlnday, at _ rt. a., a r'sanh sias es. St. wac: atde. re QkuaeA.-Z strctleoaewifl he given we eveagas Ia each week at o'eloek, daring this holy eason. On Wednesday tose Instruetions will be gtHe b a Bev. Jesuit lather, dlea frtidays, by Mme Re. sather Beelm. The sueiees ea Wednesday will pe with the Bosary, sad eal idayswith the Way - s reomss. on bath da.air etewies wll ele with the asmealetleo of the sey aorwhmet a. uonwm'e eakourik os Sunday, at 10 o'clock te t Sundays ' edagys, at 7 o'lock P. M. Statios of the oees.eIdays, at 7 r. u. d. p e*'r Cema~ -S-anday, Tuesday and Thureday eveala~g, Semon ead Benediction, at 7 o'clock. Friday er...

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. — 3 April 1870

*oraing Str am, Cathoik Messenger " Spama saw owr *sw Orsiu,-We patUah b ýatka s"rdi oke p s-sa a vsn-**-0 -e ths new Inaselat imaMNa11s, we Imeir te make it tkh oomsea osf asa lg th~ ls . emeper fl it have evamy sesram seb.&ghyrantl~eiant aey wiibtheir sacas m In laaasting . antoigels. ,Igt wlsh the dattering .aessps.se .a.w u, WrsNspa siier punest has ofeaese eire theipain thiwhi hes elilited the goo wilsqwr eunop eah eregree, or assmed their .m psavads shW Spith tnea the s*s whse has Jaebrs pesetpupe pblics appeoval One geatlerna atemaiaomesetaet appreved pasatest, iavested onm \se akemases,t., arewdebno ss, s en ares iok So welsg leastee hss lberms ion tio is bailed w. th spirlt wl· e us t t mepstratesn h t ies i ttllu-ia eaet ase p s ed lo i, e . stoHk Is be I ) .. dleaet n sv e slyaaAsr present antiety is that Swes s~ w ie people should vat Len  . srwetstans athct hadst oet a desbt, I eaip spner *Tiit tsansamagmnt will be la capable as w Wh5a .wi be aesn by . glie...

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. — 3 April 1870

OPTS. - " honor to the bEeth.-Mr. Proide, in hit he wq ofn ishhistory itvysevyse Prote t__ k a conduct' d.aqi Blea- in-187 Seots her as an ablti ana d mean tion e ~sa .temperdd, il mmabned w lo --anda teuporslagvailti, nl, untrust revw *e.rIcig, whoseo.. . pr ony: sand usher h .- agd.her kintgdm, 'but for the am two statesmen beside *oo-o kl oentinually picked t n o the fuibrlos into which she shonl She fled to er enemies, and sh an'e ds ad then she "ewon etthe Ronny S--b Mte ~ hellresltsof tie n ti n soree a " 4eelitl" beeamae risible. Su tube the for a ovemet in the Cot but sh e her- farI self dtestd th unithas e od even pronmiud wonI toooude her she mtigt not return to pr Church. Eer treatment of the whe a*iM at critical periodof their history onn wias a par wits serusage of Alencon, the ther py F'ren -whomn'she tossed about lPe promises of age and polite dismissals beha e the .ridioule of Europe. t and she drove Burleigh and bloc . despair. They anticipated fa I nothin• buat...

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. — 3 April 1870

te overa bed sad ears in debt Sdasre. olra will you share my lot for Daow b ,are in eyour lot, sir " oak bgloa p"ýý sa loot, "a cloth uen oe n a agentleman, lined with T ~eno o , bo. e :. ... . o pa o ad ova r the i i. msn--L oan ore eo y oonoeal a ey e. e. - , - • "In a multituda of eounoilor, there is /wis is folly. .. Fif ae wanted Inmatch factory at hot gWisOls. Y' o can't make matches t If yo.c't coax a fish to bite, try your per- se slasive ppwerO on a cross dog, and you will be S "Wili y h me, Sarahn -said a young mau tbtib odsst girl. -."No; but you may have Ci ,me -,you will.' ci . 'o! .aupbreo a d payytour lodgin," said ' ,eas he nrdg.ed a sloeepy strager with t o " Sit`bIle' siboolmaster-. - o"Noow, then, stupid, .w, e ut_'wthe next word? What comes after -ehearm." Dull boy--"Mose, sir,." m-Now Algy ewhat does P A'P spell? m l dpns somethins g e very like it. Algy, st. (whr bha a ne ear for musil Wea-sel o"5ensy, you're a pig," said a father to alittle ý Slve ero...

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. — 3 April 1870

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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
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