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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 20 December 1890

STHE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Official Journal. - JUSTICE 'IO ALL. $1.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. V. ST. MTARTINVILLE, LA. SA.\TUrC1R , 1)ECEMBER 20, 1890. No. 44. The Weekly Messenger. I'nbllshed Every Saturdav. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and 'ropritor. 7Y"'Subscription $1 00 a year in adt acite. ADVEITISING ItA'TEk. SPACE. 1 in 21iins 3 iu; ; llsl i One inch... 1 , I 2 1 l a ! 3l 0 1 ll) Two inches. 2 5111 :at :,u 4 n i .it 14 INº Threeinhw 3:141 4 511' S5i) li lt li II Four iuche 4 0lt i 01 50 Si3 12 ,1 22 I) Five in lhe~. Plel " .o 7 50 11 l iii!2 1 Sit inchos.. 6 7l 30i s 0, 11; (0 i1)0 llt One coluimun 11i 2t0i 23110 13 iS tltui ;5 i00 Transient adlv rtisilIn ,, 7 lit 1 el. ;nch for firct iuertlio: jll; )0 'cuts or eilach subeq.qnlit ilnsert-ir o. Official or legal advertliseiL nts, $1 per 1I inch for first ilnsert.ion ; anid :0 cent, for each subslleqluent ils,,rtioll. C7 1rief co(;luiit ioins upn stielS tlpl Stll lt of public intetret solicited. No attultioi i will be...

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. — 20 December 1890

Ilt tUttkly ti esztnger FiUBLISHED W EIIE L BY ALBERT BIENVENU. The number of cat ie in Indian Ter I~J is now found to be only 500,00( head. This is u gr.~-it falling off fron toisner years, asod shows, argurs th. Poston Uultirator, that hereafter the con slmers of beet must depend on stock fel wth cultivated forage and grain, insteac of relying on the product of pasture costing nothing. It will be much bettec for all branches of farming in all parts a the country when the demoralization a ranching has finally had its day. An Ohio clergyman surprised his con S;g.ttion on a recent Sunday by making the following announcement: "Ncarlh every member of this ehurl h is cithe wealtiy or wcli-t ,-,od, aithough no one would think so from an intsz tion of the colecion plates, which are but: enet principally with ni,'k's. I wuull r. mind you, brethrcu. that the collection plate is not a nick l-in-::,L ,'!t imachine, and that a few biils w, , comre in vrn bandy in the work of t:r church." T i. ...

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. — 20 December 1890

SOMEWHAT STRANGE. I At (.II)r'NTS ANDt INCIDENTS OFi EVI.Il Y-I)AY LI FE. Queer Episodes and Thrilling Adven. : tures Which Show that Truth is c Stranger than Fiction. ,',; .o1'. AI1IIAN ('11 rv : i Fa il.iii l1, 'he reia over t lie Mosquito reservation, In tip. ', itaraT,.uan territory, is one of tll t so,," t.-,lrrkr' le "Irtoniarclhs" ouitide of ( (renitr, Afrihca. Kini'. Frederick has only I, .n ia s hort till,' in power, and is at Man i,.t twenty-ei.ht years of age, of s s a': i- t itur', aol thickly built. IIeL dre...- in i u:ivy blue uiniforii,soilewhlat like ?i t i of a New York policemani trim tr i:" "I in ace iiand orniamented l Sith I ,rIi. titns, anl wear' epaulet: of black sli t, it:arke'l n ith th, letter"M,'" anti theI s .ii lItter gr:t ie tlie front of t th' [...il ,tp whiih os, s his hi head. The t kinr'- -,:wT"n :iv that he is a manul of I wetk h.ratier andtil at heaivy drinker. In I fao. "ey Li, far is to :assert that whi -i) ,it the ,tronig,t lih:ivactr is too w...

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. — 20 December 1890

TOYS, ?Ii.SE+TS, TOYS!1 A Complete and Varied Stock of Holiday and Fancy1 Goods Just Received. TOYS IN ABUNDANCE AT EXCESSI VELY LOW PRICES. COME AND MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS EARLY. Fine Bonbons, Candies, Fire Works Etc. iHJ S.ure to ('all at \ven's Emporium. SANTA CLAUS T .\'- . T. J. LABBE'S, S .l ' ( . 1.'i t, Livt'K Sr-' war s re quiirL' d t,) meet tilI Waint ol hi i ii.-r Itoltl . I ;is ',i\vell tile order to the Plt.a i ,"t l ii ,,.! , t'..:: ,ti,.: ,tf hij, t, prepalre to receive kt)'ck Cr man ('iilig., N.w Y. , St. LLit, vni New ()rle-:us. ' )e 'r"i : ('"; ( i i e ,n illirtnillt feature this season, ntllit the deli hti- of th, litt le, 41. s. As S.%NTA ( i.' o r " i:, t, k in ,', tilt ' 't .ie RrFF ]hLi. wt(it in t,' off"et. the lprii't; will ht'tv t 'cn l,'titioin. Thith I)i.piy of I) i.1. (':)( iiElY W.AItE, PLUSHt CASEs, F'iRE WotliKs, and ti Plrfui 'viii -ulipas tj'mosc of previous years. I'he JEwrEl i I). i. r is ,',nUii )h to in every respect, andti we cdl! the partiicnlar...

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. — 27 December 1890

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. ()fficial Journal. - JUSTICE TO ALL. - S1.oo Per Year, Invariably in: Adva:c . oT. V. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATURDAY, I -ECEMBER 27, 1890. No. -. Vu l.. V. S. IMARTINVILLIE, LA. SATURDAYI, I)E CEa1BER 2 7, 159. N . The Weekly Messenger. P'ubltsa,.d Every bat urday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor :un!d Propri,'tor. Z:)ublcript ion $100 a 3year in advance. ADVERITISING R1ATES. P, Ie. I I 2n 31 . o l y O'i iu c ... 1 0) 25i ." t 3 0n . iii: ( 00 i'i., int'he, . 2311 35 0 1540 ; 4 0, 1400) Throeiuche- 3104) 4 ,)0 5. 011i 411 IN (00 FoI: inchet' 4 U 5 4)I 1; ,0. 12 50 22 44) Fit inc'he . 501) I 0 7 5 0 1 4- IN * 206(1 Six tnhw'.. (60I) 73010 50 i; 0110 301)N) O) ;'c',lumn 1300 2)00) ,)2400 45000) 7300 'I'ra:Lnient advertismelltnts, 7. cent. per Sf r p irtti i r iitr: .rtiot:.50' cents l. r , 'a,'h sub h- ibet tioi n ttn. D)icial or l'C. al ave,',i m,' ,i $1 per 1', inch for tirit inwertion: :..n, .0 "'" ,r< for N.. 1i . ltqure ' n ,a'it i ' )rior. :, 'Brief 'omn)+,4...

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. — 27 December 1890

F e hlteklp mifctsenver PUBLISIIED n EEKLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. Labor Laws in Eareps A great Trades' Union Congress, eomposed of delegates from all the labor organizations in Great Britsim, met in Liverpool. It was composed of O0 delegates, including ten women, aud pepresented mo.st of the large trades of the Kingdom. The principal act of the Congress was to pass a resolution in favor of re ducing the time o,f laboring to eight hours a day, an I of making eight hours a dayv' lab',r by act of Parliament. This was lrot lpased, however, without a go,di hal of strelous opp!osition on the part of ron,e of the older delegates. The reeftiig of this Congress, and the great stril.es which are taking place in almu~:t every cihilized country and regi'v, r,:dser t::: cs lbject of what laws have been.: I,asse"! b the several nations regIalating i'al''r ,.,pecialtly interesting at this tfir.. Thus +.r no I .rl, can nation has passed a law limiitig the time of labor oi adult i ale , orkinginen. ...

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. — 27 December 1890

!:EWs .ANI' NOTES FOR WOMEN. To I:rets art much worn. );,cfers a:e to be worn this winter. Cali< Inght gowns are fashionable. Teal velvet is prominent in millinery. F"t ch striped cretonnes are fashion abli The two-heeled Piccadilly shoe is very pop,.lar. White gowns will be worn all winter by young girls. General Debility. Onr (one t ihgru i Genrerals of t he day hare . b ' It ll re is l i jene-ral wioo , i- e rLt.r1 IA l hil y iI h i. lunt,. ,r ,. - s,(Ltro . I rr n, or of a. e or of X 'l , u'," '", . o" t i" ll }~ ln . d in Itn olln fatr .. 'I .:- , , . li , rl, , eoi , lvlt r. ie l ait . t ',. rt ,-a l t io.l health, and ht , t n:ae m.ttikiud mi. erahl.. 1 , tt " ua . b ..k. it achiflt(' .i, * ý, ul -* it.me 0 lier. lfor dilesti1n, "pf _;,-' · llh Jl, Iri+ of fo , 4'ttd l rre llt'. p. n"., ýc xi' l u-nifi . "-hurt ireath', Unlhti - ir.t' i, -_l , 't(. It w I ler, tie lt not to lbe f.r,,t Ii,' 1- ,- di-..rnwd by t, e of Itr. j i,: -- plarila. When this remedyt . t t. m r...

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. — 27 December 1890

TWYS, PRESENTS. TOYS! VBM AS EVEN, A Comwlete and Varied Stock of Holiday and Fancy Goods Just Received. TOYS IN ABUNDANCE AT EXCESSI VELY LOW PRICES. COME AND MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS EARLY. Fine Bonbons, Candies, Fire Works Etc. I- Surt" to Call at Even's iEm)oriniun. SANTA CLAUS .LT T. J. LABBE'S, .\v: I.x ', -, r ,.i:is. that a L.\um.J:lt  iýoN c was r'tli" ' 1, . ,, , ,,r 1.. \ i! (i , n: ,tati. :t f his, ti prl .r. '. r ., ii, stoe }l' ' hi ('! l'.'. 'w Y.~ r. I Lo ., a:il Niw )r'!I iie ".' I'L.\ iC ( . El 1U is anll ii.iporta.it f"itur' this e:- ' , t111' dli ht-i ,of t!w" littl,. Gues. T'l('h i)isphi y of Do." I<,. (':t.".., i., in , ('.xX!', 1"1, 1.. ',)i:ls. ail L',erfun,' will surpi-t- t ,i h u I ... i  .iu. \ ye' ars. '[ie *I i1.;I., : !:P11:1')i:ENl" is coimpllte in cer rst ,et, adl we ('all the ilartieul'ir attention of our, plitrion. and the pul i. t. lhis Line of (,Goods. Clothing! Clothing! MRS. F. ROUSSEAU, Has the Finest Line of Clothing Ever Brought in this ...

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. — 3 January 1891

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER, Official Journal. . JUSTICE TO ALL. - Sl.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. V. ST. 'MARTINVILLE, LA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 189I. No. 46. The Weekly Messenger. Published Every Saturday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. i'Subscription $100 a year in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. SPACE. 1 2 ms, 3 ms i6 1ly Oneinch... 150 250 300 500 800 Twoinches. 2 50 3 50 450 800 1400 Three inches 300 4 50 550 1000 1800 Four luches 4 00 550 650 12 50 2200 Five inches. 500 6 50 7 50 1400 2600 Six Inches.. 600 7 50 850 1600 30(00 Onecolumn 1500 2000 2400 4500 7500 Transient advertisements, 75 cents per .nch for first insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Omcial or legal advertisements, $1 per 11 inch for first insertion; and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. lt Brief communications upon subjects of public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. DR. C. B. SANDERS, (HOM(EOPATIIIST.) PHYSICIAN, 8URGEON & ACCOUCHEUR. Consul...

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. — 3 January 1891

L) tUetkln A_ cesetner PUBLISHED iEEKLY IBY ALBERT BIENVENU. A Funny Proberm. It was a warm, sleepy afternoon, and the scholars in Miss Plummer's school! looked and acted as if they wished fours o'dock would hurry along. The claos in mental arithmetic wer lazily droning through their lesson when Deacon Day popped his cheery lace in at the door. All the children; loved him, and were glad when hed name to visit the school. Perhaps he saw they needed some thing to wake them up, so when the tlass was through with the lesson he gave themn the problem : "If eighteen cows were going through a narrow gate, where only one could pass at a time, whioh cow could look back a:nd say, • There are eleven pairs :f horni behind me?'" The class thought busily for a min ate: dhliu up came Tommy Tuft's band. "Wiictih one, Tommy?" asked the )ea a'o, l. "The seventh." "No." 4 Another minute of study; then Celia S', n put up her hand. "\Vh.t do you think, ('elia ?" "I think it might be the eighth, for hre...

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. — 3 January 1891

1 he secret of Happiness. i appinl,'s. ,.omeU most to people , seek her least and think least it her It is not an object to be ght: t ii a state to be induced. It t fullw a;:td not lead. It must ertake vi,, and not vo', overtak,' it." e  .murse of hiis ottul lhiloso gI he ays : "A cotententd indid is first condition of happiness. but Ot is the tirst condition of a con rlted rind'? Ylou t ill be disap ted wlhen I tell you what this all rtant thing is, it is so common, so pr at hand, and so many people have Onuch of it and yet are not happy. rev have too much of it, or else the that is not beat suited to them. t is the best thing for a stream ? is to keep moving. If it stops it ates. So the best thing for a man t which keeps the currents going, physical, moral and intellectual ents. Hence the secret of happi is-something to do; some con I work. Take away the occupa of all men and what a wretched Id it would be. Half of it would wmit suicide in less than ten "-J-oh&t Burroughs, i...

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. — 3 January 1891

TO S, PRH ESE lTS. TOYS! C0PS. EVEN, A Complete and Varied Stock of Holiday and Fancy Goods Just Received. TOYS IN ABUNDANCE AT EXCESSI VELY LOW PRICES. COME AND MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS EARLY. Fine Bonbons, Candies, Fire Works Etc. lke Sure to Call at Even's Emporium. SANTA CLAUS -AT- T. J. LABBE8, SANT. ('º.x1s rc:liziin tlh:t V. Li:(;Eal STOCK was required to meet the wnlts o,f his iIncreasinig Iatrnons, has given the order to the pro, prietor of this Well Known Stati,,n of his, to prepare to receive stock from ('lhiago. New York, St. Louis and New Orleans. The FivE CENTs. COrNTEI: is an important feature this season, and the delights of the little ones. As SArNT CLAUs ordered his stock before the TARIFF BILL went in to effect, the prices will defy comnpetition. The Display of DoI.Ls. ('itcOKERY WARE, PLUSH CASES, FIIRE WORiKS, and Perfumes will surpass those of previous years. The .JEWl:LtY ])EPAI\TMENT is colmplete in every respect, and we call the particular attention of our patro...

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. — 10 January 1891

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER, Official Journal. OJUSTICE TO ALL. tl.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. V. ST. MART--INVLL, LA. SATURDAY, JANUARY O, 1891. NO.47. V O L . T M A R T I N V IL LE, L A. S A T U R D AY, J A N U A R Y 1 0, 18 9 1. N o . t The Weekly Messenger. Published Every taturday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. gSubscription $100 a year in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. rAcr. 1 2 2ms 3ms 6m ly One inch... 10 250 300 ,00 80 Two inches. 2501 350 4 501 00 140 Three Inesbe 300j 450 550 1000o 180 Fout inches 400 550 650 12J 220 Five nlches. 500 650 750 1400 260 Six inches.. 600 750 8 1600 300 One column 15 00S 0 2400 45 750 Transient advertisements, t, cents pe ;nch for first insertion; 30 cents for eal subsequent insertion. OUieial or legal advertisements, $1 pei It inch for first insertion; and 50 cents foi each subsequent insertion. 07rBrief communications upon subject of public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. DR. C. B. SANDERS, (...

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. — 10 January 1891

P.L LIhlisk1) i F I.Y !t} ALBERT BIENVENU. t r. : I- it t II t .:'_a-e ,[ i ' p T c i' ll , ll ,,l,' 111?'. tv ITq Ir, \, ' 01"l 'I t.,2,r n a: :.,:c-, ,adl t . uAre duing •, . . , . , . . :lI , . I~1 ' ' I"i ,', ! ý. . "l :: i l \ I' ;. l 1 "l i !., , 111:h rtlll E:, f,. : l - : [ , !r . - l In its tei lller \,.. ... .... 10. rr, jun t ,' . tli item ':t4 -..... I ",T tih ' tooth tlhat r \"'. ... "- e t l ,'n il ,io l- ti- u( . Owh, r7 , ,l - - . .tlh tint il I ir" of l lue rt. I. at' ( :.nt l' H inik,,n G( overIn E:. ' ii -.- S -" ýi . o ioi ll q1 e -tl ioII to : . T ! -."  .o \ ('l'ilt !' g1 't1e r :tl h1 t; re  l a Ii :i" ,li i - l 'Itd bi' oIver ". 1 ;:,m1u I?!u! l , i n- cludthlalin;Z A I .- i'l . T 'i:c \Ve of \i:tipeg, a:k l: :i p \i"r'. t tto I!i- o 111 :t, -r t- . I - .I L t, tla itla 4 hl gi-lat 're a.1.4: 1 ~,.Ia A ca tholic .hools a:.. Ih:0 ti tl 1 hlga:1ge. f"h, ._ I h Iirv, c-" nt ! u ,'e- :la .s u u..; , ,-..rl .~oli I .tlaailiv gainin;g gl.. i:n l :k l .ti-. ...

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. — 10 January 1891

ytarrh r -l tl: ' 't r* ,In ;C 1 81..r ii r 'l i i I I t6 t `t ·.nýI - l 'Vett.I se I:'pit-,. tbeir m " anint a. Jri. fl t ; u 1 Ity..I. eci PL': i -:- iii iL. t tii '. ito fli' l 114 . ,. in andn droidresi. ntf' -atak r"' airI wi', jr.n it U· . : .. 1 ,,"r R·u~cu and 11114 1r u1, 1~ ia atittttit of clotIrii' ,It Mrl.e ' W ilii(,iti' ''e''':r.. 1't9:"e I____ .ri. Vt;! ii .'lirte- . I' a itie ` t 'ii-. ..uIr r.. ott I; r,;A l.! 111 1,. ,I., r Ir· '.," "K' a .1., th i tk. tiionr fintu the lit.h t t-a'.k'41l Itnn'h -,:L1ahiihltu,iiIt vrrl'q qtnpp.,. fre' by Ia. KRtrr u·' lR24 1 %~vI te.q roiaii. Nir tfits after first lay's rota yarei.' Iii e"l-i. 'f t titi art-I $ trial b i ttle fr Io . Kline. NIl Arch St.. Pihila.. Pa. e*'''jr 1'rt, ,u u ,. ''l1,"r." an, )ntor.I irrea-r' thani that itt M~x ii ant T,'xit.. Pa""t. Dr 1:1.il's tiiiativritia rcan-I me of a It-n, Jon-: r, ly" tt.lnrUl. I/nl itti. 1.'hittenro~d I Tail1 .- a.- * Ititt i . I o n1tavrre bd aa-ie Iv n i,, r nM--.iai. haitian I ...

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. — 10 January 1891

TOYS, :PESENTS, TOYS! OHAS. EVEN, A Complete and Varied Stock of Holiday and Fancy Goods Just Received. TOYS IN ABUNDANCE AT EXCESSI VELY LOW PRICES. COME AND MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS EARLY. Fine Bonbons, Candies, Fire Works Etc. lie Sure to Call at Even's Emporium. SANTA CLAUS -AT T. J: LABBE'S, SANTA ('LAU's realizing that a LAlmEIR STOCK was required to meet the wants of his increasing patrons, has given the order to the pro prietor of this Well Known Station of his, to prepare to receive stock from Chicago, New York, St. Louis and New Orleans. The FivE CENTS CorNTERI is an imliurtant feature this season, and the delights of the little ones. As SANTA ('Le.As ordered his stock,before the TARIFF BILL went in to effect, the prices will defy competition. Tihe Display of DOLLS, CItROKERY WAItE, PLrt'S CASEs, FIRE WORKS, and Perfumes will surpass those of previous years. The JEWELtY DEPARTMENT is complete in every respect, and we call the particular attention of our patrons and the public ...

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. — 17 January 1891

THE WEEKILY MESSENGER. Official Journal. J JUSTICE TO ALL. $i.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VIO. V. S'. 1LIATINvIiu , L.A. >IUTR)AY, JANUARY 17, 1891. N . 48. Vor,. V. h'' A<IIVIIt: ., 'V~D\,J.gR 7 8 I o. 48. PhI \Vit. E 'I,. r ,II,tlLday. ALBERT SIEI1VENU, [ d l- ; ripti~:1 : , I .i iii adtaII Ce. . IN 'I, Illi+ l I I; 1 L" . ' r-l i'i:. I i n :,n (tO ; I, I (Nl T ,v i i 1 . 2 3i , :I I -, I 1( 4 1 I N go F hl , in . . 1 a L - il 5 1i I 2ll I FiV i:,' -. " 1 ii . - 111I l l L0 LL0 1Si i ii - '. t.:. 1 l il , t 104(N) Une liii 20LII. II00 1300 A. t,'rh t'I !i t i' . ,. . , s l' 'ach S it I oI .1 i th . , -. ' 1 .' . l ,t al I t1 , ; . 1 1 r I; in ,r i" : .,+r i !, cX 1 nt.' , for of p " - , I. N, att,'tioi w aill i, - i'. ':.t, n, a :,,;, ti t r,' I). C. I .\ S, (c h 0,i il'.' JII I'c.) I'lln SCIA"r . i .' ~'x ! i lll:ria . p t.n-utation in Fn+:i-h. l"re tnh and G el'Iml;Ill. N . II. :iqiuirt . .:l t" 1 lu tore. Office at re.i,.unc,, n, r it:.ilr:1,' d,,pot. Alec 7 1...

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. — 17 January 1891

lIje k ltklk filesetnpw PULISHIIED S EFKLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. 'If it be true that Ilirsch of Chicago can turn out aluminum at much less than $1 the pound," remarks the New York Sun. '"the results will rival those of Morse's telegraph. For one thing, aerial navigation can scarcely be long delayed." Miss Kate Field directs attention to a new field of reform, based upon the aeCertion of the pharmacists in Chica go, that American women spend about S(.. I.4Jt)O,' I a year in cosmetics, most of which are made of zinc, oxide,calo nel and %imilar poisons. Tlher,. are more women( lawyers in lCa',:ro. avers the New York World, 14nI in any other city in the world. Tire tirt to obtain a license to practice wts Mrs. Bradw. II, and since her time the ist of fair practitioners in the city bha been constantly iucreaimg. Says toe San Francisco Chronicle: Ai:other discovery of coal is report -d flrn Oregon. As the counltry north of ui gets to be knt wn the idea that we shall always remain dependent ...

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. — 17 January 1891

SUE RUN:; AN ENGINE. Itss r: B trr's Trade Is an Unusual Osel For a Woman. r!, ,' at' " :' it'oiat englneers in th. '. :r, \I-- A.\ni I I) liarr. of 'bhi,.. prolalI the onIl one. she isas:a', .", hdr wlnti. with light eves antd .' at han-. but she Ican runt a stiati', . nine for kieteps. Four years aro-l,, _! an her rare o4.lup:atin in the :i': :- :n I.;lundry, on ('lark street. 5, enl twetit -oil ears old. lHere dº, !lN.,.iled coal in the furnace and bh'w the sil,::4a kil,- whi tle with all the -:, i a man in a'greasy jumper. Few S'-, :c kie\ew tlhtit the "engine in the -.,^r.' , iis bei'in mlllllne(d Ibv a wonl an. , ;"' e",ploy"es had been sworn to ecr*,.'v a'il 'ti- I- ) Barr did not talk alest .or work. for she is a nodest crea: ,r, a:l I, pp-el to notoriety. ', ,: ars a, alis IDe Barr took hold of tl ii" · twenty-fIour horse-power en tin e.r : :lacIihIn shiý on Lincloln avenue nil WFells Itreet. The machine never had :, I,,ctte u1- t.r. I)ay after day it hun:- a111 histse...

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. — 17 January 1891

TOYS, PRESENTS, TOYS! ' HAS. EVEN, A Complete and Varied Stock of Holiday and Fang Goods Just Received. TOYS IN ABUNDANCE AT EXCESSI VELY LOW PRICES. COME AND MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS EARLY. Fine Bonbons, Candies, Fire Works Etc. l(i Sure to ('all at I vcn's Emporium. SANTA CLAUS -- -AT - T. J. LABBE'S, SANTr. ('l..\us realizi:, that a L.i;r:: STC'K was required to meet the wants of his i'rveeasing patrans. has given the order to the pro prietor of tlis Well Kl,,wn Station of his, to prepare to receive stock from Chicago. New York, St. Louis and New Orleans. The FIve CENTrs ('C rt n l:: is an, important feature this season, and the delights ,of thit, !ittle ,,,ties. As SA.r.\ ('i.C s ordcered, his stok bieforet the T.uIFF BILL went in to effect. the arict's will ,lTfy c(,m laetition. The l)isplinay of l atli.s. ('t:mcl:I:Y WtE, PLush CANES, F'IIE WViOIKs, and Perlfnuew, n ill .turiass those of previous years. The JEW:ELRIiY D)I:EI'.1II:INT is complete in every respect, and we call t...

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