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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 4 April 1891

'THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Official Journal. . JUSTICE TO ALL. S- $i.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. VI. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1891. No. 7. m~~~ ~~~~ ~~~ mmm m mmm m m mmm mmmm m mImmmmlmmmm mm II The \Veekly Messenger. l'uhllihed l ery Sat urday. ALBERT BIENVENU, iElitr i and Proprietor. 7 Slubcrilptioi $1 00 a . ear in advance. SPA,:. I n, ins 1 ,.; , i is m ly one inei... 1 -, , 2 -0 3 1M), .001 l)OO Two il h- 2 Sr 3510 1 I 101- (0O 'l'hreeii 'ih .- :10 l :a'1' )I 1000 18it O Folm is "r.": I10 0 ): ari l0 1250 22100 Five in ': .. 1; to 50i 14 ) 21I00 ) (1 .ix it.hi -.. t, ºýt 7.0 83( 16011 3000 UOne cul'li I 1 ºtl, 2041 i04500T4t O - 0 W 0 'r:an1' e t :lt\l :ti ,MIn: lts. 7;.3 c'ts per f', .ncllh f'r tir-t inserti. n: ) coults for eachl $sulblseinll t i lln, l'l oll. ( Ollicial ,r I'e!al ah'iertisements, $1 per I lI in.'h Gtr lirit insortlion; anil 0 cents for each Su' 1 oltetllltl illiertio.l , [Clritf coliui icatioii uponi subjects of pullie inte'ret...

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. — 4 April 1891

11 tD ttkl ifesteenper P LI5BH3D W EELLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. ''h': (t'ie.r'0 f,'erl asks: C~n we lhek for %:,td to a time whien the chemist wilt ntt,,ufacture our sugar, when the mugar cane and th,. beet root will cease to he planted bcx:wauc their products can be more cheaply manufactured frlm coal or wood? Results apparently as improb. able have happened. The President of the Republic of Mezico has promulgated a decree pro vading for a normal school for women kather.s in the City of Mexico. The course of instruction will extend over four year-, and the plan of study is very thorough. The instruction is free, and tn addilitu eighty of the pupils may re cerve from tile .Government. a sufficient ellowance .3r their maintenance, as a reward for .lpplication and talent. Those receiving this slpcial aid must contract So teach for three years in the Federal District or in the territoric- of Lepic or Lower California,. Senator Elvarts, of New York, told a Washington reporter recently that...

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. — 4 April 1891

art ocean Paradise. The Islani of Ilogolen. in the Poly nesi, is :t iu:meLte coral atoll, 130 miles in cirt :lmfcr.'nc', having four en trance pasage,'. On the reef and with in it are seventy islands, four of which, near the middle. are high basaltic masses about thirty miles each in circumference, aagnificentli fertile. yioldins spontan eously man, valua ;,e Itroducts. situ ated in the i,:}.t of s . .ilbound lake ninety miles lon,0 by hall iulat width. This unknown ocecan paradise has been for ages an areua of combat between two bestile races, one copper colored, inhab iting the two western of the great inte rior isles, the other upon the two eastern, a darker people with long, straight hair. Thetwo tribes are supposed to number ever 20,000.-Asiatie Qsirerfly Review. Cats With Human Ways. An English writer tells of two cats which advanced daily Irom opposite ends of a long and lofty wall, and, meeting in the middle, fought with great fury until one or both were precipitated to th...

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. — 4 April 1891

A Rolml)antic 'Lto:-y. Th" orthe' i II ;I l r ;i ar. j -:; -t I;.w tde- I voting cil'nti'i lll' att'lti a ti theli claiums of ant Ilt.' win tlit l who hai a plied for a h:.-in.I, i'il Ie th ,tory ,he tellsof hllr -'r icre ' :; I ri\ t l,' in tih' Unionl arlny itlly r ;l:i;c. !i," say's that at thl' o(I:tbretak of the ir;l her nuiaj ciltelil wi.~-t a 'WLairy !.iw.-v. nail h was reidiilg in a malll town; in olhio where !' i. w r , ,gag."l I ,t i I: "t:,I i-i to al yoiul fellow lil"l Ion',j:gfotiw, who, when Lin' in i-:lm ,I hip .all fir t',,,] . de'i(thd to lheave hilll ant' 'ih art was sent to Virginia. where hi- c+,:.:iany lwa Isto joisl, Iby a o'tu:,g nr, lit, who gaIl ti h.' Ia,.leI f I l . E. i, v , . :tid whi,)enjamnin ;t blec. rne,,ize"1 I- hi< sweetheart ',i!all ai tg :i-g ,, in al::tn"; ut tir', and n- he hr au s: terlit ii t'i i re mnain \i ,th him il ald to shar hii dtl ngr and ha:irlh1i'., the 1 vIo b .-an- u- i' - Ilatels nill 'tighlt "i, t ie i -i'e . l;,iti! ...

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. — 11 April 1891

THE WEEKL Y MESSENGER. Official Journal. . JUSTICE TO ALL. . sI.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. VI. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATURDAY, APRI. II, 1891. No. 8. The WVeekly Messenger. l'ublished Every Saturday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. fl 1nFSubscription $1 00 a year in advance. AI)VERTISING RATES. SPACE. 1 it 2 ins 3 nec Ii nm 1 y One inch.. 1 5I1 25.0 3 0 5t0 8100 Two inct'hes. 2c 0t 3: 1w 4530 81 (N 14 0 Thre.e inchesll 301 4 510 50 10 00 18400 II Foul inclte. 4100 .0) l;i 40 12 50 221)00 Five inches. .50O1 f M)0 7,: i 4 001210 itix inchel .. tr olll 7:50 - 1"t1inl 3100 One eoinint 1:1iI1 201 11 0 4 K)0 75,00 b Transient adelrtiscments, 7.5 cents per .nlch for Iirst insnertionl; 10 cenlts for each subseqlent inwrtion. S Otticial or legal advertisements, $1 per tl it inch for first insertion; and .10 cents for each wuhs.quenti insertion. 07Brief collllullnuicaLtions luponl subjects v of public interest. solicited. No attention 0Ie will be gil.n to anonymouls ,ette...

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 April 1891

]llbL.I1lHED t t EKILY 1Y ALBERT BIENVENU. LAKE DWELLERS IN AFRICA. Thou.ands of flac,kq ATheil Rear Their Hlut. on I'iles in thi. ihet.istni 5aters. Much attentin w.ei rcentyiv called to the region around hiottenou, on the tulf of Guinea, near which place sov eral hundred of the women warriors of the King of Dahomey were killed in battle by the Fren:ch troops. One of the most inte esting features of this re gion is the large native villages and towns that have beca built in the water. The inhabitants many years ago took this means of trying to escnte from the terrible raids (of the King of l)ahon:ey. M'any huntidret, of " '.ple were actually driven Iv the powerful hiug into the water. It thal, ens that the Dahnians are very ,y:l e -ttious uh,'i't traveling r:": , 1".. hl~l* g str.eam;, a.,l the fr i i.. t ,k i.. ,.:ntage of thi fact to secure .( ' :: t for thema-,lve1. Onl atn;' -1 I 'Il)p one flitav a( the "10,r.ltan al,.or,' tear li,,tnu . . Thi s the hi. e o1 itnt . ,ia, te tel...

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 April 1891

CHARCOAL BURNERS. TEE PECULIAR LIVES OF SOME CONNECTICUT PEOPLE. They Are Isolated from the Re.t of Hu:.srn:ty -I::norant, but In us trious and :iinast-How Cha:icoal is M.de. W'ay u p in i', 1 l- ,-it of l. - r. at belt ,; tunber th " ,- , .I'alblel with llong iltlald t'lntcl. it t!wi Ioith of tile towns cf Clinton. IMadi.,n and Guilford lives :t l"( ciliar p ,l ,. . t ll i t -.ilie habits. uar a i,:tio .rod maii nnr of living very little i- lKnoI n to the 'litt-ide world. Theyv .!e, a- 1 " ,, . i.,,i- td1 f iron the rc-t of ,.ll ': ,i til '. :Ilre il.lonl ,,te nI in lip I , .nti b :l ..!'1 nln 1\p 114-1 11. pi .... :. .f I ll iun t of tih .ir "o.1 ;1 : t . u.i-t ry- cih:r.,a:d IlUrn li ,.t N t , - il t tholl .a d rht :al i .". tI v.h n11: . c lrent this busin,,e is , I I. , .- rv tbt th t the yearly rciv-c 1 f!rl '": - ,I,€ ,th il wood is Utle nt i . :1 i*e i r,,untlo of" :'i 01. 1 lt . ' t ..... :'' ai .t i .I- a pculiar tel S..il el I: i n i-, iV.n finlilvu tiililh't " ". ta ...

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 April 1891

Strange Revolution In W\o man's D)ress-Will American Ladies l)are Adopt It? Sonme predlict that the great change in the fashioninhg of the clothes which are to be worni by womenIU this coming sea son is the mlost wonlderful victory of the nineteetnth cenituly if fashion leaders caln be inducld to adopt it, and appear just once inll public so arrayed. lin vill hold tlheir Ireath in wonder at the niarlinuiis change it nmakes in lovely wonmanl. "Few of the fair sex can help ieing heultifll in Pthese glove-fit tinig cnstniunies." says a writer ill a recent numlliber of The( New York and l'ari Yoring l.adlie' i'Fahion Bazar. "This imagazinei' is thei onlly one ll il rope or America whicnh inakes a sleclalty of giv ing those inelicnl to .tintneiiss an unri valend anlpearance oif scnlptulred slimines," said Iler)Jnoval Iiglhirness the Princess of Wales. Maidaime Patti has ordered frimin the Paris lhouse four imagnificent cos tunies, the densigins of which appear inn the April numlnber of...

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 April 1891

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER Official Journial. . JUSTICE TO ALL. - s$.oo Pet Yea, Invariably in Advance. VOL. VI. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA'.;ATURDAI, A1'ILl 1, 1891. No. 9. • mim l mu lmnn um n  m uu i um m m m n m•m rm d The VWeekly Messenger. Pubhh,,sd Every baturday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Edit r and Proprietor. QT ulcripltionl $1 0t a year in advanlce. a Al)VERTISIN;G ItATES. tI'ACE. I in 2 In. i  lS (8 tI 1y t)one iCh... 1 '1 2, :oi S I) 804) Twoincih't. 2.5 :SI 5 I 0 1 ( S00 14 0(s Three ich,,s 3:() 1 3,, 5., 10 (PM 1, 00 rout inhi 4 olt 5 5(lI :;30 12 50 2200 PiFe inh,.es.|s<. at, ,," 4 2';nofl Six in,.hes..| ,n;ol 730 5st s 1 0l0; 30: Olnle COlitIt i (l 5)0 2(0 0) 24 m) 45 0i 75 )00 Transiot adtv.rtisimeniitl. 75 cents ,er! .itch for first insortion; 50 ceots fir each subseqluellt ill'litlnll. r Oflicial or lhcal adv,,tislmienlt., $1 plt' 1 ihlch fIr lir~t insertionl; and 50 cenlts for each Rubs|eiItet insertion. . 7B'rief collmliullicat itolis tipoin subjects of public interet solici...

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 April 1891

We iUetklui 1trenuner PUBLISIIED H EEKLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. Astronomer Flammarnon tells the world S t the planet Mars has been behaving himself in a very unaccountable manner recently. During the summer broad yde. low bands have appeared on his oceans, dividing them into two parts, just as sough a gigantic bridge or bank of sand 4 .1 been thrown across them from one Ire to the other. And the eyes and lescopes that we have on this earth are t bot keen and powerful enough to let ma into the secret of the strange phenomena. I Alvan Clark is now constructing a lescope for a Los Angeles observatory that will bring the moon within an ap- C parent distance of 100 miles from the ob. server. It is expected, announces the New York Triiune, that when this telc. scope is finished, the question whether there are any inhabitants on the moon it will be definitely settled, and also whether the supposed inhabitants of the planet ti Mars are signaling to us by means of cer. , tain lights which astr...

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 April 1891

Prepare For Spring. By Building up Your System So as to Prevent That Tired Feeling Or Other Illness. Now Take Hood's Sarsaparilla Am. N. U. - - o. 10, 1891. "August Flower" How does he feel ?-He feels cranky, and is constantly experi anenting, dieting himself, adopting strange notions, and changing the cooking, the dishes, the hours, and f manner of his eating-August 3 Flower the Remedy. L. How does he feel ?-He feels at limes a gnawing, voracious, insati able appetith,wholly unaccountable, .unpatural and unhealthy.-August Flower the Remedy. How does he feel ?-He feels no n desire to go to the table and a F grumbling, fault-finding, over-nice ty about what is set before him when he is there-August Flower the Remedy. r Now does he feel ?-He feels d after a spell of this abnormal appe tite an utter abhorrence, loathing, 0 and detestation of food; as if a mouthful would ki'l him-Augusti Flower the Remedy. How does he feel ?-He has ir- g regular bowels and peculiar stools August Flower ...

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 April 1891

Police Jury. Regular meeting of the Police Jury of I the Parish of St. Martin, held on Monday April 6, 1891. The meeting was called to order at 10 o'clock a. in.. this day the roll was called and the following named members an swered to their names: Hon. E. A. Du champ, president and Messrs, Savoy. St. Germain and Roy. Absent Mr. Chas. (Guteknst. The minutes of last meeting are read and approved. The parish Treasurer calls on this Bo dy and submit his books by which it ap pears that he has received from. the Sheriff tax collector the sum of $427,29 in parish checks jurors and witness cer tificates for collections of March. Said checks and certificates are destroyed af ter having been regularly cancelled. Mr. Roy now moves to repeal the reso- I lution passed at the last meeting in re- I fejence to the building of a Bridge actros Bayou Techo at the place known I as l.aplace. llis motion is seconded by I Mr. St. Gernmain, put to a vote and car- ( ried. JMr. Roy further moves that ( Mes...

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 April 1891

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Official Journal. . JUSTICE TO ALL. $1.0oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. VI. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATURDAY, AIRII. 25, 1891. No. 1o. The Weekly Messenger. P'ubhshed Every bat urday. ALBERT B!ENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. S[Subscription $1 00 a3 etar in ada.ulice. ADI)VERITISING RlATESE. i'ACE. 1in 2 ml 3 1'i i; 1 l y One inch... I 10) 2 51 :t onI: 10, 00 Two inches. 2 1 " ' :,"l 1 s *t 14 is) t Three inchp'- 001 "I 10, Il ) Fotut ihkhe. I ()11 3c I;7 ,!u 12 -,1 22 (t Five ineh..s. 1 ,0()i 0 ;" 7i i 11I 2;;00 Rix inch.el . 0;,( 7 50 5,0 Iltu :10 3 )1 la; One column 13 00)200 l) 2100)i , 00 75 00 Transient alv.rtisI.Inm t., ;5 c til ts f er .nclh for tirt illtltinl: 50 cl'lnt flr each;I. subsequent insert In. C Ollitial or leal advlrtilientuts. $1 per 1j inch fo tr tlt insertion: aul 5,o cents for each subseqlu'llt in irtioll. I ( llrief c mulunirations "poll subjects of public interest solicited. No atteintion will be given to alnonymolius etters. D...

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 April 1891

StUcthliln M ts uenrCz PULLi HLll ' ti.:KLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. A thing the general publfc does not know is that there are few, if any, patents on surgic* insLrullent.. When a physician gets up some new device to meet the needs of the pro gresbion of surgery and medicine, he does not get a patent on it, but any one is free to make it, and the pro fession gets the benefit of that fact. An eminent bacteriologist at St. Petersburg, Russia, has dicovered that glanders may be cured by inoculation. i'his disease is dangerous to human beings as well as to horses. In the experiments with it the statement is made that five scientists lost their lives. It is said that l)r. Koch has gone to Egypt to study leprosy, which be thinks inoculation m ill cure. According to the Portland Oregon flan the seal for the State of Wyoming contain the liiz,'te of a woman, from whose uplifted arm .hangs a broken chain, while the mtto of the state is lEqual lHigltts." T'his seal was adopt. ed by the fit-l L:gis...

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 April 1891

In Eary Sprn MTns y !. ,~lc are troubled ,i! ith 'l:zz:ne s. dallness. tln ple:a-::t taste in the m,,rnin.-, and That Tired Feeling, while there may\ also appear I'imt)pls, Boils, and other nmanifestations of Impure Blood To all such sufferers we earnestly urge a trial of IT(,od's Sarsaparilla. No preparation ever received such unani mous praise for its success as a general Spring Medicine. It cures scrofula, salt rheum and every other evidence of impure blood. It overcomes That Tired Feeling and gives the whole system strength. If you decide to take Hoodl's Sarsaparilla, do not be in. duced to buy some substitute in its place. Insist on having Hood's Sarsaparilla gold by all druggista *1; six for $. Prepared only sold by all drugisrt.s. $1; lix for K,. Prepared only Iy (y. LOOD1 C., Lowell a Iby L . L Hluo & CuLoweU. IoMan 100 Doses One Dollar I 100 Doses One Dollar 00DO YOU WANT A NEW Don't say you cannot get it till Coui Skno«w how uwe gill furnish 3ou one. S Ask 1b postal...

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 April 1891

"11- I1~hLnomncnal Cotton Crop. Ye.terl;y the weekly report of the cotton mr,,i inei t, puntblished by Mr. II G. lie-ter. f t!N Io'tton Exchange, show ed tha! t ;i !l amilt iof the last cotter crop li kt;,lt I to ,late' had reached ane pa-t tL. t i ght million hale point But a fr w ",ari age, a crop of eight Inil lion 1i ;wa cunill iderel an impossibl. lity. in;in v aeuthorities' having asserted bld!!' tlat it would he imipossible fol the South to ick anlld market such t yield. T'llhe cll facts prove, however that iiort than eight million bales have been miaiae andl picke d this season, ae more thain eight million bales havi already reacheld ilmiirket from planations The. atit:liillnEg iof the eight millior bale plilt n:at'irally created much in. tern t i (coonII circles yesterday, ane adhtlhd i!w zest to the guessing as ts how l nll;.y htnelitdl' thousand hales ovel the, .i hlt uillion bale mark the crol will Ina;tlly go. Few authorities noi figl'l ion lc. than eight and a half...

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 May 1891

TIHE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Official Journal. - JUSTICE TO ALL - s$i.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advanci. VOL. VI. ST. IARTINVII.LE, LA. SATURDAY, MAY 2, 189. No. 1 1. The \Vcckly .MLussenger. P ulu hh , I t . r' \utu nlay. ALBERT FLENVENU, E ht,,r a;u l I':'.p lit', r. E -- _ (( uSit oriit ion 11 00 a:: ' .tt in altianee. AL)V I:Ti'slNI; I: .T'1 -.,. " C.*lu I 1I : it- . 10 y O rn, i' 1t... I : * .11 1. J ll SI Swo i: h ' ' . 2' ( ( ,I I On.ll iillii a,- i i, . i- - i 7i 0 i S x I: ,.. .111 Nt "* liri', t !Li i : i , 1 " ; 15 u ject1 1 00 'of pul i' i::i ,., - -. . N tt'ition w ill h1 1 ' ,: : ', . .- i,, tt 1)1. t11.K\ :K I .!;t lY, Ollil' e t hi- r-i l(, '','"< . ,!'|l,'rly Ker- I tra il's I tlit l. .jaI:l 2:3 . " . .': 1 , t..:. LA. tI'ItI('t.h .I.Nl! I rt.('IN, ST. M1i. TII .l., - - LA. R{e.,1speetful\ I ! t' y prtf1-, i d er "'ict'(- to tih e 1,' I l, if thi- city an:1 4 u-Ul' :illlt·ilil-Z (,10 Ii ,I t Oflice :It , a-t'1, li, t'l. jan 23 LOUIS J. VORH.IES, Attornev-i t-L-. ....

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 May 1891

1t ccttl kl fitscn cr IUBLI.IIIEJD 'I EEKLY BY ALBERT EIENVENU. The accident- on railr,,:ltl are in Creasiig, note.- tili New York World. In 1S . we had 191 leron, killed and 712 injured inl the .tate of New York, while in 1l."' '_11 were kiiled and uJi' -t1re injured. It is well known in the Ii.-sian ariny that death follows (h crtluIon. A de.,rter was lately sht who got away a year :ago, and had tratwle.d 4.1,,( T ile~4. It co-t the '.v'erlllllie t over $.."' to lind him, but it wouhl hae laid i 2,',),0 ,oo() (r than let himn g't away. Over ;;2a,, ci0 uiliCrs ere a., sienil!ed to see him ihot. ('pt:iin Selichley, comailandi.ng the IUtited States cruiser Bialtimlore-the ves-,l that bore .ErlcsoiLn's renlain to ilwedte-ll'Vays the tine ship made for eign navy officers open their eyes. The Cnthulitiastic captain boasts he could cat:ch any ship of the Ifrench, ( .erill:an, or English navie-, without exerting the Baltimore at all. Sine the railroads of 11unigary were nlad Irolerty of...

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 May 1891

WORDS OF WISDO3L The reward of one duty done is the. rcw, r to fulfil another. C 'h'- fear of being called a coward t( makes lots of cowards act like bravo d pititl. The turn in the long road traveled by most men is usually the turn into the ccmetery. a 'T;s astonishing how soon the wholo f c-nscienee begins to ravel if a single iti( h is dropped. The sudden death of a friend of his C own age has a greater ellect on a man 0 than 100U sermons. The world is getting on towards 6 o'c!ock in the nmorning, instead of 6i o'clock in the evening. When you findl two men in the same ti bu-iness who claim to be friends, you k have two more hypocrites. There probably never was a man so gne:o that he did not hope in his heart that his successor would be a failure. ii If people worked as hard after a mar- a risge to keep each other as they did be fore the engagement to win each other, L:marriage would be more of a success. Why is it that everyone has something I to be ashamed of ' The fact that th...

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 May 1891

CALL AT FI ROUSSEAU'S And see his Trenwiindou, Stock of Goods just receied and which he s.lls at cut down prices. A FINE ASSORTMEN'I , II. HATS FOR LADIES AND GI.EN.;; LOW QUAIRTEt. SHIOES, FOE, LA.. i:s AND GI.NTS. AT LOW PRICES. An Immense Variety of Dress Goods, Umbrellas Etc., Etc. ---The Falmous .N'1ltO! IIRAND Linen ('ollar-, ('uffs and Shirts. SUITS FIROM $4 UP. A Full Stock of JIarlware, Tiiiware,. WooI and W illow ¥Wares, Glassware, Saddlery Imay 2 ]Furitulre and It ' Cramu Fruz. rers. SHERIFF'S SALE. Jule- Jeanllni:rd. Robert Semere & N:arcisec Smlllere, Mr.. P'ari-h of St. Martin. St:ate of Louisiana. Taxenty-.lir-t .1 udicial DIi-trict 'icu't. Byv virtue of a writ ,f Fi'i"i Fa'wi: issued in the above enltitled and niuin hiered itlt. to nit rlier.ctedl. bIv the la n ortable 'wentlytir.t .1 llici,: lDi-trict .'onrt. in and for the p:irish of St. Mar tin. dated April 29th 1.il, I h,\e seaized, and will proceed to sell at publihc nc tion, to the last ain hligi'et hbtier...

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