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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 11 September 1886

ou JUSTICE To ALL. ; o t . Si. MARTIN\SVII.E, LA. SEI.TEI;ER I ith. I886. NUL'.BnER 29. T:'': CINGC:ESSIONAL DISTRiCT, .3-ward Snimon, St. M'.rti't a Line. T *,,. ... '\ t !h*, 'll, rin t-- will as el ll 1, , i, · oI.,,~ " ri1 . t l~ the deie , *I -r ; tI . hie i lari-hy iTt tcll t le i "u:".'--i 1 t .. *., *tllr ifo ' which I llmeets in S.. -i 1 th[ I ,I i any Ilta l'rilr t f., : ;vtry l wIll take I'art o that :1,, `: a in; ntlty ihaver trully repree.l ,iItr.har' a:t,.r i 't t " a it will have in , . p'1 b i *l i,':.. ver few, it iunst I'" 'l ::!, d :tr,, -: Illi,' s o,'v. erin,, to :,l:tee S 1^ ' I- , ' i vinl.( that t1her i- dis i .; i t t:' li'e ratire r:n ll; hut I a : '" r, tneit a tlarmed at it il.igntll I°r:ellre all the ,am". ITh,' l). ierratie party as a Imatter of fh'it \wL.. II lser mlore united tilan niow. The, mi,,tlinlf tl-lmlorrow will hear us out EITLRTAINMENiT AT LOREAVILLE. LaTt Sunlday the 'n,.wt. urfr of this tiwli gave an ie'tertaitllntl t at Loreau vil...

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. — 11 September 1886

BER ON JOE AT B. AUDIBERT'S. THE JIMESENGER. Puhlihih'd Every Saturday. EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. .:,!,sc'riptioll $100) a )ear in advance. Working Girls Position in Society. By L. M. K. OnHo. We. all have to work in some way, and perhaps more than half of us have to earn our ,own living, then why should not the girl who works in the kitchen be treated with the same respectrs a sewing girl or a ..hool teacher? But they are not indedl. I hate seen the sewing girl ' eted at the table and be treated as one of the family. but had the help who wal t-'t upon (and who by the 'way was far superior in everything) dared to have set at the same table she would have been shown the door, and her future services would have been dispensed with. Yet where was the difference ? They were both working girls. But one was a dressmaker and the other only a second girl. Of course I know that some by their better abilities and education can com mnand higher wages than those who have n...

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. — 11 September 1886

BEER ON ICE AT B. AUDIBERT'S. i'Punlf All e k. try Saturday. IF' EAET IN & BIENVENU. (., riturc and 1 o lprl, . rs. gbuat'3s('r.p' li, OI 00 a w' r in .dh ance. A1,\'E'ISl PA' 'A1 .. FPA(t". I m; 2I n i 3 Il t. il 1 yr. One .n'h... 150! 200. 2 54 4 00 700 Two inl ht:s. 225 275 3t25, 600(1000 T'hree icbhep' 3: 00 3: 50! 41 4i1 7  1200 Four inches 3 75 4 25 4751 t 50'1400 Five inches. 4'.5 4 75 525 1000 1600 Six iU'chlr. .. 525i nil 625 1100 1800 On. ',ht.mTln 900! '.0001000 1500! 2500 l'anmsent adttvrtisements, "T) ceuts per kr5cI4 t.r tirst inserr'.n: 50 cents for each 3ubMeItrl.lt insertlionr. ()ficitai (or Igal advertisements. $1 per 1i inch for fir~t insertion: and .50 cunts for each subs'lq'ent insertion. 17Brief c'.ommtuic.atious upon subjects cf publin mterest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. The Human Family. The hunnan family living to day on earth consists of about 1.4W0.00000 indi ridualt; not lees; probably more. Theee are distributed o...

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. — 11 September 1886

BEER ON ICE AT B. AUDIBRT'S, n I~nl IN iN i un i I'EII .1fIENN'E' E1t. i'bl1 -,d 4 Evrn batunit1l. EASTIN & BIENVENU, Elhtr% ad l'r,,pri,.tors. Il.'iihsrliptionl $1 ) a . ear in advahnece. A Woman for Master Work man. . ,,iapsta.h from Chicnsn says: Mrs. Elizaleth Rodg,.r., ha- been alP'iutedl Ms. ' ,nrkman of Diitrict No. 21, of Knitghts of Labor. Vice J. B. Mnrp":y de Ce.. wi. .h i: the tirst Womall;l toi re '(,it. w de:ii a di tiotin. Mrs. Rodgers i. th!i wife of tGe.. R,, g,.rs who ha4 fig rired, in i;.' or matters in t hicago for a atmiuber tf ,.' ar,. She is 3* years of age, ta1i thlugh the mother of eleven chil earet., eigjlt .f whom are living she has ,i:mn.ag. . to make a rr .ntation as a labor rfertner. Three, pSars ago she was Su rt ltos J,;l,' of lDistrict 214, ani by her ruli:ags is de,'laretl eean nIow to he the I;i-,t fair anIi impartial ?ldge who ever lad the poltion. In ons, case which she was called n,.on to dtride her rulings standl a: precehdents througho...

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. — 18 September 1886

. -- . . .. . ..r .__ st oo JUSTICE TO ALL. ii (X,. VOLUME I. ST. MARTINSVILLE, LA. SEPTEMBER 18th. 1886. NUMB.ER j0. .1 '!rv'rtieru t. FOR CONGRESS, THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Edward Simon, of the Parish of St. Martin. The Free Press of Morgan City We were much pleased with the ex planation given by the Free Press of Morgan City. concerning what that pa per calls the Bayou Boutte war buncome as ,oming from a gentleman who knows all tile circunºt:nuces connected with the case. Court % ill meet here on the fir-t Monday of next month, when all tlwe facts of this affair as those growing out of the preliminary examinations held before Judge Mouton will be fully investigated by the Grand Jury and the truth will come out. In the meanwhile we would be thankful to the Free Press if Ihe could explain how it was that! Spring James, the would be deputy Con stable appointed specially to execute the warrants for the arrest of Ernest Mtel, was sworn as such by the magis trate on the 21st of J...

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. — 18 September 1886

BEER ON ICE AT Be AUDIBERT8 A Ill I . . . . .. .. THE ME1JNEiJGEER. Pubhlished Every Saturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. [tc7Muberiplion $1 00 a year in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. rPACE. jl m imj i3ms r 3yr. One inch... 150 2001 250, 400i 700 Two nc'hes. 2 275 3 25 600i1000 Thrbeinebel 300! 350 4001 7 1900 Four ncheches 37 425 4 7 8I 1400 Five inches.I 425 4 52510001600 Six Inches.. 525 5 75 6 11 1800 One column 19001 9001000 1502500 Transient advertisements, 75 cents per inch for first insertion 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Ofical or legal advertisements, $1 per 11 inch for 8rst insertion; and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. S"Brief communisation upon subjects of public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. -. I- ------- Thanks the Earthquake. A Savannah special to the New York Times says : That a strange incident of last week's earthquake sdhok Is the are covery of the power of speech by Miss Mamie Martun...

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. — 18 September 1886

EER. ON ICE AT B, AUDIBERTh8, THE iMIE88EX(GEll. Published Every aliurdiay. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Prprietors. 7-,ublll)cription $1 00 a y(ar in advance. POOR LITTLE NITA. The Story of a Waif Harbored by the Police. Slhe Will be Sent to an Orphan Asylnm. Passing by the Third Precinct Pollce Station this afternoon an Item reporter notie.l4 a little bit of a girl, not quite ' years oldl, whose complexion, hair and features unmistakably betrayed her Ita lian origin. Theehild was standing in the doorway of the tation, looking wist fully at a rolored woman ntar by with a basket of pies and cakes on her arm. Speculating as to what the little girl was doing in the police Station The Item asked Captain McCaffrey who she was. Only a waif, replied the captain. Some people brought her to the station last night stating that she was cruelly treat ed by some relatives of hers, Italians, living on Barracks street near Chartres. 1 intend to have her sent to some Asy lum. What's your...

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. — 18 September 1886

[-!Ei ON ICE AT 13. AUDIBERTi S. ItJ _T7 [I'ontinned front tart prge..j hl *i F lu 4 1i; a v 11 w ith (o 1t th e e' I'*,'co ' 1,rre n ", of a ilngleo oth, r nlmjtoher of l',rt!- , E:x, - luthve (,intumit!te. Resol' '! t!:iot thi mal= inerti: g of the Dantsrus of tlit Palt i.:h o::lld by l altry I: tillr', -t" .I , 1.i: l ' '-iter't if the Titions S . t -ta y ~ hIn. rirdi. to =.: 1i - hite at tGranle Pointe is irregulair and tn; .arrait tid h:v i t n'at, of the lIe;nto cratae party in this I hat. No,t one if the niaiert. of the Parish t7,e'tliVe e'omtiioitot..le, hai ing been ioti o,' t ir ,, wtarre-i with hint in the call f i. - i;, :' i n. : o.:. - i',Itte anti 1l.l1 Itlhui g;;h there are t'wo. Inlmucratic unewspalpers pululi hed weekly in this Parish th11, notices of said meeting at Grande Pointe, was not pubhlished until yesterday the ere of said meeting. And that ae.ording to a large estahlished iusage o, the ti),'im'ratic Party in this Parish, Tri':ni, TlTrilge has alwa...

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. — 25 September 1886

TII IWEIELY lESS a hEl. s1 oo JUSTICE TO ALL 8 o00. VOLUME I. ST. MARTINSVILLE, LA. SEPTEMBER 25th. 1886. NUMBER 31. Adeertisement. FOR CONGRESS, THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Idward Bimon, of the Parish of St. Martin. The Conference. Iast Wednelday, at Cade's Station, the representatives of the parish Democra tie Executive Committees of Iberia and St. Martin, held a conference, for the purpose of selecting a candidate, of the party, for the judgeship, at the approach ing election. Judge J. E Mouton, as we expected, has been selected as the standard bearer oft the Democratic party. Therefore it behoove us sall to bend all ear energies to secure to the gentleman every Democratic vote. Iberia we are told will give a good aceount of heiself and loaosl pride shdld be an incentive for St. Martin to give the candidate a large majority. Every man who is interested in the prosperity of the district, can do some thing towards the election of Mr. Mouton if be will but put himself to a little ...

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. — 25 September 1886

BEER ON ICE AT B. AUDIBERT'S. THE ME8SENGER. Publshed Every baturday. EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. 3O7ubscription $100 a year In advance. ADVERT16ING RATES. SPACE. I m I2ms l3 m!6m iln1 yr. One inch... 1i 200 250 1001 700 Two inches. 225I 275! 3 23j 600;1000 Threeinches' 3(0 350, 400ý 700ji200 Four lnchea 3.75 425j 475 8.01400 Five inches. 4923 47 5 23 10 1600 Six lnches.. 525 5 75 25 '1100!1800 Onecolumn 9001 900 1000I1500 2500 Taaulent advetisements, 75 cents per inch for firt insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent imerton. Oflal or legal advertisements, $1 per 1I inch for bst ianertip; and 50 cents for each subsequent lnsertion. !t7Brief enammunicatimn upon subjects of public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. This is a fine country for any working man to make a good living sad gradually grw independent. Any working man ean make ea the average land of this e tire belt of eountry, without help two hundred bushels of potatoes, 1...

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. — 25 September 1886

BEER ON ICE AT B. AUDIBERTý"S. THE ME98ENGER. PabhMbed Every Saturday. By EASTIN & BIENVENU, Edison and Proprietors. IXubeaeriptiou $100 a year in advance. Voleanoes and Earthquakes. The rsm volcano Ia derived from Vuleanus, the god o le of the ans ient Roman. They are generally divided into three elmauew-active, latermittent and extinct. Stramboli in the Medi terraaena, Is a good example or the irt ime, maklag a ery beeaon light for sailors on the neighboring se. Eta and Vesavine are good examples ot the econd kind. To the popular mind they are the chimceys o the vast rarin g furae of beat in the boewels of the earth, and undoubtedly serve as vete for the powerful gases that might if eonned erest a total deetruetion to the erst pes which we live. There are suppsed to be em three hundreds and over of theee himneys uape the fee of the earth, two thirds being ituated upon Islands. America has about 114 of thee, sad more than any other geographeal division of the globe. Barthquake...

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. — 25 September 1886

BEER ON ICE AT B. AUDIBERTS.e THE ME88ENGER. Pubbshed £very aturda. ry EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. beeub ription 100 a year in advance. A Strange Family. For several day parties have been searching on Paras Creek, Washington couUty, for four pereons known as the "wild family" cosisting of a man, wo man, girl, aged about 15 and a child. Yesterday the search ended i the eap ture of the entire family. The man, woman and girl have black hair eo their faces and the man mach hair on the bdy That en the girls face le very Re. Tim celorof the faces of all Is ashy gray. The partes cannot talk, but the woman makes a peculiar noise, something be tween agrat and a groan, which the girl appears to understand. On top of the heads of the mn and woman are ighst evid ees that they have been salped. The soplaiom prevails that they hav beenh scalped by Indisans years age and became insane and have wandered ton the woods ever since. Doton pro pose to perform an operation n the par ...

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. — 2 October 1886

SI oo JUSTICE TO ALL. I oo. VOLUME I. ST. MARTINSVILLE, LA.OCTOBER 2nd 1 886. NUMBER 32. Aduerlieaemt. FOR CONGRESS, THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Edward Simon, of the Parish of St. Martin. Kr. oGay eIo-ointstd. The Hoanorable . J. Gay, was re-nmi muted, by acclamation, at the Fruankl eoavention, last Saturday,as the peoplqe candidate for the Fiftieth Congress. This endorsement of his oeal eourse, muet be highly gratifyag, and et whie he may well feel proud. The impartial eti ais of this Distriet will essede that Mr. Gay has tulllhd the trst reposed in him with marked Uslity. He has been dlligent and ac tive In the excerise of his duty, and, in his hands the intereetsof the peoplehave beesn saM y guarded. His course in Congres has been closely followed amd to show their approval the people through their represeatatives have tendered him a unsnimaus re-omtnation. And it is not only at home that he Is well thought of fur the Washl gtoa earrespeodet .a the Plcayune In a speelal to that...

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. — 2 October 1886

BEER ON ICE AT B. AUDIBERT'. THE ME88ENGER. Publihed Every Saturday. Ba 0 EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietors. O7 ubscription $100 a year in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. PAc'i. 1 m i ms i s 6 ms 1 yr One ioch... 150 ' 25400 71 Two inchbeii. 2$51 27 6 3 a 00I e 10 Threeinchetz 300 350 4001 7001l01 Four inches 3 751 4t 4 75 850 1401t Five inches. 425 475 55 1000t160 ix lnochee.. 5251 5751 65 l11001180I Onecolumn 900, 900j1000 15001 250 Transient advertkements, 75 cents pea Inch for It iasertion; 50 cents for ea subsequent inserton. Odeial or legal advertisaments. $1 per 4 Inch for nat isertion; anad 50 cents fo each subsequent lsertion. (Brlef communIcations upon atujec 'f p hlic interest solicited. No attention will be given to aweymos lettes. Wmaea and ean. Two wome approached each ether from opposite directions yesterday on Seventh streeL One was looking nlte the shop window and the attention of the other was attracted to the opposite side of the stret They ellided. B...

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. — 2 October 1886

BEER ON ICE AT B. ATUDIBERTS. THE ME88ENGER. IT EASTIN & BIENVENU. Editor and Proprietors. 0Srrabeiptdom $100 a year in advance. Fremch Citisens at the br tholdi Statue Unvelltag. The PreideMt will not iease lavita tion ea behalt at ~s govera maet to e Freaeb eitiases asking their attemanue at the Inaugural ceremonies of Liberty' I1 States, t ake pslae at New York next I uchday. Tb. lavlattes web s it1 i s of Frase as may be reguasta to I attend the inanguratks will be eotm ded in the ame sad by the diretis edt the American Committee, ader uhmoe control the pedestal has been ereted andt the statne will be plaeed in ptle. It These ivritatios will be presse In I France through United States Mnister I MeLain. The Presidet will give the Aerlen I Committee all the aid and e-eperation I possible to make the insagnratioa im preseive and sneeseful but will keep i within the laws upoa the subject as i passed by Congress whclh make no mea tion of invitations to any one and no ap- I propri...

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. — 2 October 1886

BEER ON ICE AT B. AUDIBERT'8. THE ME88ENGER. Publashed vary ratuay. EASTIN & BIENVENU, Etes and Preprietas. ltiabem~iptio $100 a ear advangee. NO COLOR LINE. A Ilmoamd stal Ref.les Board to a Colorea Dell gate of the Knights of laber. New Terk, Sept. 2t.-Siaty dulegat" lt Dibtrie Amembly Nao. 49 will atted the Gemeral Asmbly of the Knight, at Laber in ihebami Va. 'Biery Kaight e Laer,:'a.M ume ot thse delegaihes isrday, "bwhen le_ t~n tLhe Orer kuem that M ehilgislm ---ts him · erae the eater. ere an atilaty et his Sew mam membere a aambr of col red me. One t tlem eonred uea bappes i bern do legate. ISehiet me was ea q the hat oeeses. Wh em r m ommmittme was mao rlerr tswlth Cul. Murphy of ahe Morsat' Hotel at Rlebmasi he e he weauld gladly aesmsmte Na . but hemui eot defy the cutem ms d ages at the sity by allowing the eel amd - the equal rights nd privi bngms wth thum at his white, henw de The solered detlgat whenb be heard th weedl a plame iS r himuol ad amM the ther de...

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. — 9 October 1886

$S) " JUSTICE TO ALL. . Si oo. \OL'ME 1. ST. MARTINSVILLE, LA. OCTOBER 9th. i886. NUxMER 33. i- ...uu nn m a m m a n m l i l... . .. l m I l Il u . Ilrerti&na.met. FOR CONGRESS, THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Edward Simon, of tht: Parish of St. Martin. 1)cmnocratic Numlini e, [:€,R CIONGRES ,s, Thid Conressionai Distr:ct, II(ON. ED\WARD J. (-AY, of Iberville parish. I t:tm1ocratic Nominine, FI(cR Jt'Lu;E, Twenty-fir.t Judicial Dirtrict, JAMES E. MOUTON, of St. Martin parish. Splendid Performance. flh youlng aln:tteurs of Breaux Bridge Blie reasl~ s to le gratidi cit of tie stle c'cs of their last two dramatic represen tations. It is within the bounds of strict veracity to say that this last effort of theirs surpassed, by far, any of its meri lo:rius pred'ces-ors. A.!1 the appoint nfmnts were thoroughly in accord with the requirements of the plays, and every detail were carefully studied. The play selected for the first evening was an elm-otional drama, portraying scenes in the...

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. — 9 October 1886

THE MES&ENGER. Pubbehed verry beturday. UT EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. %ubscripdlou $100 a year in advance. Man6torin The present s a favorable aim to mouse the iteredt of the people in f veT i mnuafactoriee. Signs on every aide Indicate the begienlg of snoo:er cyel-e of commercial and indlustrial prosperity. Some of our capital should take the oad' tide coming In. shoould be put into bricks: and machluery, and secure the abundant harvest ,f large orders and big probLe that will surely follow. The demand for every claw of good is so brisk that the mills and factories are all busy again app ylag the wants of a rapidly lareas lug consumption. There is a cheerful feeling abroad that assures as that pre vailing activity will assume the steady upward tendency that marked many peroserea periods I@ the past With more ha:ds to work, more mouths to eed and more bodies to elothe, it would reverse the principles of oeaomy to be furnished with less of the material pro da...

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. — 9 October 1886

liub sljh-h d E-,' e4 a::·',lav. EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. r:-'.ub-cription 1 00 a year in advance. A D)VE'RTISING( RATES. r'. I .m 2 3 ni3nts! ;m 1 yr. One. in, h... 1541' 2(N1) 2 i) 4 t(K 7 (N) Two in, h,'s.. 22l 5 " 75: 2"5 6 )iK1 11100 'T'hree in-he-s 3;I(t 35 -I4) 710). 1200 Four inches 375i 4251 475' N.5i14K0 Five inches. 425 4 75' 525" l 00I 16100 six ilnctle.,i 25`' 5 5 tiT 112(N) 1500 nIInt clunn (t0 t ,(MW) 104K)115(K1 2500 Trannt aiv'ertia.iwants, '5 e.'tits per inch fr tiert inertio; i50 cents f(ir each ;;ºhl at lrn illns'rllti . fidi'ia: or le:al adverti.e tments. 01 per 1 in hu ftr first insertion; andl 50 cents for d.'l 4nI)ut'hIcltt inl"t ion. .''B.i.if ctlnulnluicatins upon sulbjects of phl,i'" ilnterest s~.licit.'I. No attention wil Ie give n to anonymous letters. Raised From The Dead. The, ('hicae;go Evening Journal to-day puhlihes a ease of remarkable resusei :ation front supposed death of a young married woman named Mrs. Frazier, the d...

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. — 9 October 1886

TIE MESSEXGER. Pubhlshed Ever) baturnlay. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU. Editors and Proprietors. ET7buiscription $100 a year in advance. Congressman Gay Enunciates. Sound on the Blair Bill A Supporter of La' or and Protection. The following was clipped from the Terrebonne Times: What is Mr. Gay's position on the as tionel aid question to education labor and the protective tariff--the Democratic Convention is silent on these points. An Item reporter was dispatched to O,btain the information sought by the above journal and accetted the honorable gentleman in the rotunda of the St. I'harles Hotel. Mr. Gay read the above inquiry and said that he believed the convention had in view the principlesenunciated at the lemoeratie National Convention which nominated Mr. Cleveland but if these planks were taken out of the platform by the convention of the Third District he was pleased to be given an opportunity to state his views on the points sugges tid by the Times. I am and have been, said Mr. Ga...

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