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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 24 January 1891

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Official Journal. -c JUSTICE TO ALL. . $x.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. .... -- -- ___ VOL. V. S'r. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATULKDAY, JANL'A.RY 24, 189 . No. -'. The Weekly Mecssener. Local News. If You b ,i rien ....... .. The Weekly Messenger. Published Every Satrdnlay. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor andl l'rolt ihr. (iQubscript ion $1 00 a ýear it adt antce. AIDVERTISIbN(; l.\IL'E. SIAC'E. 1 I m 2 itý 3 i, I;n i One inch... 1501 2.0 ;9o, 44 5i4( Two inche. 25301 I 30 1 ,i. 10 400) Threeinches 3 :1) 1 301::i1 1 l (11l lt 110 Feou in.-he. 4 )t0 il 5 1 12 :. 22 114 Five inckes. 5 )00' ;i 5 4 .~ll: 4 1o Six inches.. ()i0l 7 5-) ' -, I; 1:ti0li0 One ohlnun 13001 2000 21 00I. 1: 'i), 75 ) Transieit ad\ertis.te: ,nt-. c.int. per .nec for first iusertion; .4 ,'., t.  lr .ach subseqtuentt inr totito. Official or legal advterti t nti., $1 per 11 inch for first intsertion: and l l e uits tfor each subsequent ilnsertionl. c: ilrief cttlntu ii'ati.n- upo.n slt.jects I of p...

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. — 24 January 1891

the U klp Jflessenger 1 A PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. The Louisville Conrier-Journal thinks that "the unhappiness of Mr A Vaderwikelstein, who introduced the rabbit in Australia, might be lessened A by the miserable companionship of the man who brought the English sparrow n into the United States." England has put in a claim of $10,- YT 000,000 indemnity for the recent row in the Argentine Republic. She may p, never get it, but it helps trade to hold such clubs over the heads of South American countries which show syml. tims of trading elsewhere. It is an r. o:d trick. The report of the lilquidators of the Paania Canal Company gives the total expenditure thus far on thie unicom pletel projict as $262,60',000. The *,ý.!- of the company are $;;,2)0),00. T. Iro:,, thc-e li2ures otne would infer, :rhsrv\e. tlhe 'I hicago News. that the l'aL.t na canal project is in the last dit ih. 7T 71 I,, niiumber of i|,i-sionarv stations i A.\frica now exceeds five hundred. There are lt0,0...

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. — 24 January 1891

The PIerils t Youth. tw few hacv an material sympathy for at at that Is risli when ,tanding with reluctant feet W1 here the Ir,,ck and river meet." eyf atr urnt I. rward by Naturte's stern de. .;to aslurne tic twers and dllties ot man. Sed U, womanhood. And yetl this is the tt cr,ti(eali Iplt in the voyage of hunan ie Tien it is that the danger of a shattered IryuVs)tem r{arches its crisis and ignor ac" "l'-. ots opplrtanity to plant the seed of S1 ,(f ill-health ,ni misery. 'ihen it Is the el.k eccures his victim and his purse. This br , caslon ichelt the hand of experience on¢ld take hand of inexperience and guide its ftet to the ilid rinwk upln the farther shore. At te alprslch of puwrty and dluring the Arut v*tro of this new orter of hein., there are eakeninut tendlencie4 t t shotuld oe guarded garnst. A mOeld'ine t .t has the power to trengttin the various parts of the body and o reiuiiate and give control to its various fun, ott is essential at frequent Intervals. ,;, dc n...

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. — 24 January 1891

TOYS, PR~ESENTS. TOYS! A Complete and Varied Stock of Holiday and Fancy Goofs Just Received. TOYS IN ABUNDANCE AT EXCESSI VELY LOW PRICES. COME AND MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS EARLY. Fine Bonbons, Candies, Fire Works Etc. Be Sure tot ('alIl at l'ven's Emporium. SANTA CLAUS T. J. LABBE'S, SANTtA CLAUS r;:lizi,_ t!ht LI',E, STOCK was required to meet the wants of his illric.s I,::rls.l ls given the order to the pro p)rietor of this Well K,,niwn e:::ti,;n of his, to prepare to receive stock from Chicago, Ne\w Y',,rk. St. I.,uis anti New Orleans. The Fiv: ('CE: r (',,s r n: ii ;: n imilortant feature this season, and the delights of the litlt ,: ..r. As SvTIr\ ('L.A\r- ,,r1'ire,! l'i; :.te. before the TARIFF BILL went in to effect, thet In'it e'- w. itl e! f ' ,r:ttiti,,n. Thie I)islel;:v ," ILS. ' ('I',UIr:Y WARE, PLUSH CASES, FIRE WorKs, anid Perfum,.s 1% ill ,uri ,:.., those of previous years. The J.T:vIr.ltY I )I.:;I-'1.:NTr i. ':,mlulete in every respect, and we call the particular attc...

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. — 31 January 1891

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Official Journal. . JUSTICE TO ALL. s s$.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. V. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1891. NO. 50. The Weekly Messenger. Published Every Saturday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. gSubscription $100 a 3 ear in advanc e. AI)VERTISING RATES. NPACE. I in 2 ns 3 nim~ ; ill y One inch... 1 30 2530 3(0(1 110 8 (5 Two inches. 250 3 34) 4 3 S11 ) 14 (ll Three inches 3 (0 4 5) 55 o 1410 IS III) Fsul inches 4 01 5 50 503 12 30 22 IN) Five inches. 300 G 50 7 311 14 0 26(N Six inches.. l0 7 5) 50 S -1 IN) 310 IN) One column 15 00 2001 2 l IN) 45 C)l 7300 Transient advertisements, 73 cents per .nch for first insertion; 30 cents for each subsequent insertion. Official or legal advertisements, $1 per 11 innch for tirst insertion; and 30 centt for each subsequent insertion. CCTllrief communications upon subjects of public interest solicitedl. No attention will be given to anonymous ,.tters. D],. HENRY DE MAHY, PIIYSICIAN AND SU...

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. — 31 January 1891

P'UBLIISIED %% ELIKIY 1'Y ALBERT BIENVENU. The decline in shipbuilding in C'ana. a to cauuing consternation. Fifteen years ago the tonnage of vessels launched in the dominion reached a total of 188,4)9$. while last year the total tonnage was scarcely 21,000. The enorit us development of our ron industr i.: ,hown by the statistics of the Iron Age. in which the produc tion of iron for the first :ix months of 1890 is placed at 4,;611,,1,I0 tons, which iL the lar,.e t amount of iron ever malde in any country in the world in that time. Whon a London imob drags a duchecs froin 1r carriage to -tlrip her of her di::an, l, . it i- ,i:iin eniougll, 1mu-es the A:.,ta 4 ondit Ition, that wheil th y ý . t!:,ir b1,lo .I I ,1 -ole dlay they ca1nl i n it atrocitics tiIat would di-giac, Sg ian. of .:t,'ahe litIhilna. Tii11 V Imy :1. lli :Iie,. thli colonrel l ,l aan who . i 1:'c :I ,i '14tl ,oS:irdh, the ipur !1:1-e of Mr . ( aims' 'liil:inVary at hirk: .o 1. Mo., is a saloon k'ee'e:, nl' l worth ...

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. — 31 January 1891

c e. ^ I i r.vuliat i :r'in the I Irt', Hittor-, w "lih eu " " . ' . , t r"u,. a nlll, ' c. i  t hge -,a W . n ters s.id igtreu.h. JA t 'kr:: :. ,:itractor, of Lincoln, ri.. Ly L::- Imonthly )pay roll is not thanu ~>i; p.u he pays is men every trtv "ight, and fronl thirty to forty certt of inr th 'k, c.ome back to him in td V l., ,ak .p. er-. Judicious Speculatien. Wono). :v,..tet in .ums of from ?1 to $5 sek ,."'rl' ulthiy Willt make )you fa)ortue. writer - i I r aItioll. litlj. L iewit. , I CO.. So t}) !,i'il uy. KaAus fCity. .lu. 'e Wa' 'tluunee Hleadache C'ure. Harm. d :trt. qak atind positive in action. lt prepaiId io receipt of 1 Wer bottle. Ldaerel u..:a W )autotterst.. KrlsaCity.Mdo Woman. hI.r lldtsia-ew an their treatment. ie. Illutrate:; price 3)r. Sent upon re. -r I .". o.t ofr mailinz.etc. Addre.ss Prof. k- l mIa, M.l).. 91 Arch St.. Plhila.. Pa. Scrofula Ih r t :l:',: an 'l ,at t a' :1 mr t general oS all dlie las,. m ft';y uf llvy is entirely fr frm .t. whilo ...

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. — 31 January 1891

TOYS, 'P ESE TS, TOYSI CHAS. 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. Be Sure to ('all at Even's lEmporium. Clothing! Clothing! MRS., F. ROUSSEAU Has the Finest Line of Clothing Ever Brought in this Town. 7IBSJ I N ALL PIXIOI0D . - .ALS) INE IN NI.E oF - OVER COATS To i. Sº Io at Pric''s that W\ill (''oni'jte with New Orleans. AN ELEGANT STOCK OF DRY GOODS. A BIG STOCK IN HATS AND SHOES. A Calamity Advertcd. The force bill may be considered as finally defeated. It was virtually killed yesterday in the Senate by the votes of seven Republicans, counting that of Senator Ingalls, of Kansas, who woullll have voted with the Democrats but was paired with Sanders, of Montana, who was absent. The Republican Senators whoo pca triotism saved the country frotm a terri ble calamity were Cameron, of Pennsyl vania; Jones, of Nevada; Stewart o...

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. — 7 February 1891

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Official Journal. - JUSTICE TO ALL. - *1.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. V. STr. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1891. No. 51. The \Weekly Messenger. I'ublished Every Saturday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. p7Subscription $100 a ,ear in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. SPACE. I1 1 2 ms :1 nis (I lI ly One ,nh...I 1 21o no3 1 5)0 8$1 Two inche'. 2 11) 3 30 4 30 (NO) 14 I10 Threein'he,' 3lll 410 3(0 10) ( 1S(0 Feu in'he,* 4 .1 0 01 311 f 30 12 5. 22 (N Five iniche. 5)10I 0 (1. 1 751 3014 INI 2hM00 Six inhe, .. i;)1 7 .i.)I $ 1l; (M) in) On elltllnl1 I 301) 20 24(05 41(5) 73(5) Transient adveil is'llenlt, V'o cenlts eIt .tnch for first inserthio; 30 cents for each subse.qent inIertltn. UOlticid or leaal iadvertiseulments, il per' 1- inch tfor lirst inisortion; and 0O cents for each ~uln)sieettiti( insertion. Clrhief lconullunltlllttlotus upon subjects of public interest solicited. No attention will ble given to anonyllU us lls ,'ttter. DR. H...

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. — 7 February 1891

li tJrkih I esflh enpcr PUBLISHED i EEKILY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. In the district of Bratzlav, Govorn mert of Podol, the peasants working in the fields of a rich farmer struck for higher wages lie paid them only 20 kopoeks a day and provision:, while the pesants working in his fields in the adjoining district he paid 25 ko pecks. They wanted him to pay them the same wages as the other, received. As he would not listen to their de mands, they one day surrounded his office. threatening to kill him. lie jumped out of the window and ran homeward. The peasants pur.ued him, broke into thet house, and got him out. Ikhating him mlercile.,ly, they threw hiin upon a cart and took him to their village. where they locked him iup in a dark, wet, and exceeding ly dirty hut placing a watch around it. A neighboring farner inftirined the district judge of the occurrence. The latter, arriving in the village the next day, found the peasants so de termined that he had to paiy them a sanso:n of ;:oo ruble-...

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. — 7 February 1891

THE JOKER'S BUDGETS JETS AND YARNS BY FUNNYY }EN OF THE PRESS. Mur the i-lHa pubious Forebodings-She Saw too uinch-The Trouble--A Brutal Retort, Etc., Etc. V .,\" ýilDE 41 St 1104)1. LIFE. 'WhL.t d1o you like best about i4 hool. George *"No; :,ettin' caught whisperin'." I :.LOST TR ('i K OF TIlE PRc('E. Ne hoarder--What is the price of gooi. :r-lih butter: .:u il ,dly-- Really, I couldn't tell. It's beetu , lont .ince I ntade any inluiries rea abot :1. on '.W i, Itsa thi-'" cot "* Til: - vour t den:i'e-dl milk.' BI't I orlder'd a quart that's no quart. Y--, it i.. It'- :i 'mdeused I quart." th: Sair./r. ftli TIl!: NIXT 'TIIiN:. all Mri Larkin i readingI - -Mrs. Me;ill dci of alit l:ake (ity found .a $. goli liece lo in a crip of a chicken she was dressing for dinnr. Y Larkin-Now look out for an English syndi, ate to buy up all the chickens in the country. - New York Sun. A BIII'TAI. RETORT. "A Portuguese proverb asserts that a contented ass enjoys long life." br 'You ought to be abl...

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. — 7 February 1891

Setcr,'tarv \Vindom I)ead. lii. 1illiiam 11 indiom, Secretary of the "reasurer of the United States, died Thursday night, the 29th inst., at 0Il, o'lck in the banquet hall at lielnoui c(o's lwhere he was a guest of tile New York linard of Trade and Transportation. Ilis had been the first ltast of the evening. lie had finished his response and had seated himself, when he swoon eIi at onlce na:(i died alniost imilmediately. Eb.lry effort to restore hinm was Iliade, hut in vain. 1le died of heart disease. Tihe great assemblagei at oenCe dissiolv iil. Mr. H indom had been the only , speaker, and the sentiment to which he re-p;iiehd w.as: "l iir ('ounitry's Pros Iperity lilpenldet Upon its Instruments of olnmmirce."' l'ihe dliiiner began at ' and the coffee alild ci(iars casile on at 9:311. Mr. Win dlini was tlh, lfrst speaker and read from .M-., tiniihing at 9:53. It was observed that is he neared the end he began to read rapidly Ialnd it was remarked as stratge that lhe reltiested hi...

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. — 14 February 1891

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER, Official Journal. . .{ JUSTICE TO ALL. s$t.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. V. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, I891. No. 52. The Weekly Messcnger. Published Every Saturday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor atl 'tqpi ietor. g"'Subscription $1 00 a . ear in ad ;la ce. ADVElRTISINGt l;A'TES. SPACE. I 2 nº ts 3 lt- - 1 3- ly One inch... 1,u 2. ln : o : o s O ' Two inches. 2 ") 1 :; ,o t S: "n 1 1o tt Three inihes : t I ) oj 3 5 100 1o lot to Four inch!es 4 t' .' t 0 125 30, 2. 44 Five inches. 31)0 7 50; 14 .i, 2 11 Six Inche.'. 610 7, t 7.1 0 1 n; :1 ; o tnot One column 15 4t)n, 2 on 21, I lo 75 1 o Transient adt ertis nltsl 3 Ti ,"it5 1r .lch for first iiirtiin: 50 c, its fII each subsequent insert,'ln. Olficial or legatl ,I\ ,iti ,emtnt... $1 per 1i inch for lirst inserti i,,: andtl u c:t( fr t r each substequent inii'rtin. Bt7 llrief c'~,nlunllllii ation i tl. 111u,11 n s bij ct', o r public i terst : lic, it,,,I. No att,11 ntion will be giveni 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. — 14 February 1891

t1he lUeeklp Jilesenper PUBLIBEHD W ZEELY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. Is 1868 it cost twenty-three cents to transport a bushel of wheat by lake and canal from Chicago to New York, while last year the charge was only mine cents. Australian papers state that raisin grape viney:ardi in that country are being planted upon a large scale, and that land sufficint to produce 10,000, (000O boxes of rais'ins is already under cullivatiol. D)o yout use the whole of your long,?" lque'ries the (Chicago lierall. Of courre, you reply that you do; bunt tC. aince, are that y oll don't. For phy'-inians say that inot one man in a jintifireCl a-es all hi- lungs. ' New York Trihlune stated that i, ,io-it denomninatioins there i, :ta en er. feelin a:nailn-I cone'r:ating a ebln, a't on whichl tlhere i. a miortnnrgge. A tautin 'churh whic'h has a debt onu t,. wishing to rsispect this feeling. re tentiy had four-tifth- of the building cornann rated, leavlhng the reItlaining one t1 ftl to lie conlec.'ata(ld whlenL...

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. — 14 February 1891

LINCOLN'4 Y IEJANCHOLT. is MYtmpathetic s1e* and Btea a arl' uifoiee sme. ' A Tiie who Jaw much of Abraham Lianal brinf the later vearsof hillife, weregreatly .poedn with the eipr~m of proonad I wocholy hi. face always wo repos. ar. Lincoln was of pea ilfly srmpLat le anl kindly nature. These etromr i Citiarisoofelsd, 7pry paly, as it poved, b entire political care. Tey would not ea, atret glano to he efBint aids to I ieal smeosesin ; but a the pecular ewer, eary which Liooln. in the provide of the od, walle to meet, o vmeal e co. it p clycould psibly have become ti thu Sof theiLord." I0,e fhosu asqualatad with him from boyhood b-ew that early r'iel tinged his whole life WiLadnes. His par er in the grocery I dnes at Salem, was 'Uncle" Billy Green, "(at Talala, Ill., who used at night, when the tit -omerts wero few, to hold the grammar t l, wfile Lincoln recited I lesoms. It wra to h;i sympLat e ear Lincoln told as story of hisb love for sweet Al Rutlidge; to and ho, in reter, of...

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. — 14 February 1891

Regular Meetlji o at lI'iliee .lcry of the 'Pari-!h of t. lMartin held Fel hairy t' 1 I-.1. At 11 o'clc 'k a. Ill.. tlis day te li li'ett IDn is calll I to olr. i\\-re prcn,1ct, Hon. E. .\. I,,.ha,,np, reitr,.delt , and iMeesrs Sa,,yv al:,t lv. Albsent, .le-.rs i ,uttiku,.t aial St. Germniain. Theo minet'e of la t Iiieeting tt'ri' then reald anli a:il,'ro, 1I. The ('lIrk I i,,i that. aQ i, -tri teteild so to do It). by it,, if :r,-olutitin pi.e,- l a.t last ili ngiliv. h . ,- di-po,*', of the con tract for kla'i tin- of tI1e Blritlrgt a- r,. bLayou tech'.aat 't. 11,utitille, -:il con-- - tract wt'i aaljaltri.Il to i Mr. Ciha-. II. B'oorlii.-. , far tlh-- -niiti of one t i ahulirid and ! e'igtty a!" II . he I, g l i the ,111) bidder. 'IlT cl-ek tiurtlher reporl tha lit as regird, h1! ti, a:.t prin itii g, ito bid was olt reaI. Thee lerk ,il-o r, ,,,t- that hei' ha de-t' liverted ti t 1,., -ba I ., 'I u- 4 l'allto'r, througzh the II,,n. I i,-il,,lit if thi., hotly, one hulllired ia...

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. — 21 February 1891

Ta WEEKLY MESSENGER. - JUSTICE TO ALL. . .oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. dffcial Journal.-- - ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATURDAY, FEIIRUARY 21, 8I9I. No. r, VOL. VI. The A:clkly M-sscnrer - Lil t1 I' "tii irilaj ALBERT BIENVENU, -t 07liii'` ai sea l1di --- -I R P C · : 1 ''' ", 111- -I :) 1 I. n 1,; 1 ' ( H)I "!,I :11 00 h 111) One Inch..b . I111, "IrS ) ( it . _i' t IAk IIi' -I ' ,,)0 111 Twcoit fr lirt h i-i · 'l: i I .1 , : : 1U1 ,1lN)r snI~svI~fiil :i fi re cfal' I i's,$ I - 'eah 1"h,111 1111-t _ - 1 willfo firsui t 'iYi' II f or S. - DR.-I IIIEn e fL ,~rl tr}inds 1.; Ia l1. Ato~t~LdW arid Notary u rto fill practi aIntl Im I aI il'tly attet'! will e flioiI of ctli,; in il - t. \lirtin. ailjoiaillg pILK- Itc·. I uly ' , J. W. ECKARju Watchmaker m~d Jcwolkf ta ld Ii iiJ t 1. J afUn Ii, f Siitt Al 1i, cIl cks i 4lN '-111 HOTHL LVENKzA 56 ti it In rroudt-et NtreetyPo· Sr. MAR:TINc. \ ·t ' !!· . . . :"' :lnd' WiL rar,.ti' ta l Arirp Bi tlIa tt e col ltrivo r o if l c itit 3iit. o)t i...

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. — 21 February 1891

l)t tUJekl[ ,tleste ter PUBLINHD N E.EKLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. ALL.. . . 'nme Innrel years al.o there wed twenty-liv, lper-ons living in the canI try to every one in the cities. Now the proporti'n is only three to one. Why so? It is easy to guess at causes, bat there umust be many. Tu ti..- matter of railways, Japan appears to be going ahead tolerably fast. (Ionsiderably over 1,O00 miles anm :al-ael in operation, while an equal clntttit are under conllstruc tion or -orvea edi, and will be open within :a year or two fromn now. The irojee't,.d railway, exceed 700 mnile" in lhugt!h, with a calpital ex·eeaiag i;;'ý, At 'Tac'a,nau. WaI;tliington, the other day, F'. (. Smitlh, convi,'ted of burg lary, wa- iefr alone in the courtroom, with the ji:lge and clerk. Smith reached over the clerk's desk and, seill"ni the r,.volver that had been founil ,s hi- person, covered the judge and clcrle a ith it. Then he backed ouat of Ithe ,ouiltroom and made his es tape ietora tlhe police could be noti ...

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. — 21 February 1891

MAN-EATERS. Irmo'; TI,;itIRLE ANI CI-'NING TIGIE;IR O1-' gINt. Mc) Atbounl in tih" .Jun;cls-. Ttie Motat W'a-y of .lnimannl --)oe Terrorizedl a Village lfor l tFourteen Years. Hist tamuol W\. Ik:tkr., iu his recent baek, "Wild le'asts and their Way.," s yw that if til tiger hls bee:l Iurn in ynls, atiounin, in wild pigs he is apt b have a w ellfed antd comfo)rtable ap pearance, vervy lifferent fruom the tigerof e .~ioologgical UIardcas. which "is :l is:i, lithe cr t;are, with little flesh, and irut tie; la[ck of exercise the muscles are badly develolped. uch a specimen affords a por (\claplc of the grand ani mal in its ta tiv, .jungles, whose mcles are almost ponlderous in their develop ment from the continued exertion in sightly rumbles over long distances and in mortal struggles when wrestling with ts p)rey. A well-fed tiger isby no means a snrm figure, but, on the contrary, it is etc~.dingly bulky, broad in the shoul ders, back and loins, with an extraord! -ary girth of limbs...

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. — 21 February 1891

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