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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 22 August 1891

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Official Journal. JUSTICE TO ALL. t si.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VoL. V ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATURDAV, AU(;U4' 22, IS91. No. j"7. T1'h1 \Wcckly :\Iksscn cr. ALBERT BIENVENU, 'ý t nh.,rioptio ýl ,t a ý,"ar in :olatice. AI)VEr:!TIl' N(; IIA'TEN. 1 ; I n 2 in :I I l i ; Ini 1 y Q 1ne i nl ... ! ! 2.' 0 l00 ,l( a : : ,1 1 1wir '. "-. " .:' - i. a (Ho l (H T hr, i . .-t I - . ; ; .:. l oll 1Nltl FouiL i . - . I ; ! :, ;: t 1 .' a2iii . 2 l 00 F iv !i "' .. :>, h I l ; 7i; : ,1 ,ll 1 I L0 it Dix il ' . '. 7 ." ; ' .- l j,; :lon ;: 0 1o 1 On t!Iin "'ii 'i4 ;a ou loo tij .nlch fur li;l in:-it , * ; ," ) c'its flor cacti Suh qi| 1"1t 111 ' 1-,l .1,. Ollitial or '.:n' ahtin "..timnr . $1 per 11 inch f ! tirt ii- r:' in: a;iil .i seults for -aca i - tu " o;il im ion. - '1,":i'-f ',mu . in-;lia:its uponu sunlj,.'cts of pu141 ! ir ,14 4 - ,li,'id. N,\ a: tenltionl will I :o ' t.i' i, in m ini) I ttlers. DRO . ii .:\RY I)-E MAIY, !!!1-1 '1 \ 1Ns0 S1 t:',Ci"N...

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. — 22 August 1891

l tje Urecklii iUsten er PUBLIsIIED NEEKI.Y BY ALBERT BIENVENU. It is Qtate'i tht 11the llinioii Ce ntrl Railway has dlc: iinc 1 to bui! I a 1l ct of larcre ocean stea: n-h: for Plts:: r and freight service to run ,bet'vcen New Orleans andl South American ports c1t ii Oh the Atlanth and I'.-cilic 0 c:ats. The plan is to make Chicago a distributiu, I point both for South American produ('cts and as a shipping point for American products South. This, if carried out, remarks Pulic Opinion, will be one l the most important of any transportation schemes lately devised. The annual rtports of the N ew York State Board of Charities contain evi dence, asserts the New York ,Sn, tiat large numbers of lunatics and paulpers have been shipped to the United States, year after year, from the British Isles, Germany, Austria and other European countries by local authorities and chari. table organizations. A few of these undesirable immigrants have been sent back, year after year, to the countries fr...

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. — 22 August 1891

A v .r~g t~r.:at . ,, ;ie',. t. r , ras f, l 1, " ; tihe ) ".': ec urse of toe 1h.lk :1vrr, a:.l1 CLat, s'i.ienlr face to face wit: a I. nar. He bri .ht lu, rid:I to his hb u!d,-r t ,L c:.,r ::i."i , 'ai shot til e I tr c.. 'i :i mn. e:t a 8se L d l,1f :a' : re : fr, nt a r:''cv det. v:.,, : .: r ....i n aI,, .t succe -t -le t. '1I I:s ,i t r.' a thlr, bear cante outr o tld ti0. !le kiled ti one L.is,, at.: I . lhe l adIll ue to nmove fromn the .l',t, bruil nober four ap peated. It wa,; e.xiti:.g sport. to io lure. but there were uml re bears than he cared to see at one tilne. However, he made a good sh .t, and bruin tumbled Over, making four dead bears. While the hunrtstan stcr'd watching his game, a fifth bear, larger than any of the I,revionu; ones, came out of the den and rushed forward. The young nan fired, but missed; and before he would reload, the infuriated beast was upon him! One blow of the huge paw sent the gun lving from his grasp, but he quickly drew his hunting-kni...

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. — 22 August 1891

'1 h(: Coti( i . lilt - :4 rl i in r44' i tal :1 i t(Iti- 1 u4 it l.f ihll :i.re,-l itl nt in, h t,:I- ,.r l,.-,.d ilnt,, it i i tii4 I ai - \I ll..u441 it :Intl :Ita ti- 'a lottlry ., itll:,..- : t \: 1l rIl . .I1 .. I. l ': il. u1 'I'rh . Illltlh r-i_.:t .. ii i'urit'er. of tlh i ir.. I' f t r ( .t l 't i ' i i il t li i t t t t , it \ tl t i - l o ,t r t ,t V- I I };Xe " i iii \ lillluitit' ' ',f th II" ' , of ' L o t ii - i ." :t t i I I 1 I t i I I I i"i: , 1 4 r -' -I in i t oft[h ' ( , ,,f L., i-i:m :t. i, e, taizin thI f.·Lc t 111:1; 11 i lt 14r r. -,. t1 Iv., f.Itil - I of tlwI :t , n :, 1 . li,1"' l irty I1f L hi- I t' * '. ! lntiIt 1ith :tI 4 1 i , ' ,if -i .4.lt.I ; ;ill :t1 It11 - .i lo tt,'ryi . Iii.. k iln il'il, ! - tfr' 1 oflli 1 1114. +1:n ) .i ' r' " nl i '4t' Ii :' : 1'. I it l f' :, a t hI .1' 1 ,rri. :1 t', -til utbit i :al : :itu,.l nhin t.:ui,l of '.hlt- it a 111 blh " t Itt,,ri,'- .htl l-,'-,l t: Il i 14l 't- f' %ent 111, ht rt,.l' ,, f itit t' telr.V ''(...

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. — 29 August 1891

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Official Journal. . JUSTICE TO ALL. S .oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. VI. Sr. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATURDAY, AGtusT 29, 1891. No. 28. The Weekly Messenger. 'lPublshid Every Saturday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. 87Nubscription $100 a year in advance. ADVERTISING ItA'rAES. PACK. I ui 2 ms 3 mn 6 s I 'On' inch... 150 250 3400 500 800 Two in3(le. 2501 350 4501 800 1400 Three inch:. :100 4 50 5 50 1000 1800 Fu1u i'he,.1 4 00 3 50 6'50 12 0 22 00 Five inlhe. N500 6 50 750 1410 26t00 `ix imhe.'. I r0o 7 50j 16100 3000 Onle eolnmn 15 00 2000L 2400 45'00 :500 Transient adlv(rtilsemenIlts, 7 cents rier .ielh f.r lirst insertion; 0 et'nts for each JIbs|,e|uent insertl' ll. Of(icial o'r legal advertisements, $1 per I1 inhor fr first insertion; kid :50 cents for eacth sub'seqlent inlsertion. 171_1ri.'t c ,lllliuicati.nols Ilp, ll subjects 'of publi, interest solicited. No attention will Ie giien t+. anoyllnolS .Itters. 1)i. HENRY )E MAHY, t'HIYl'IIAN...

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. — 29 August 1891

ALBERT BIENVENU. A Big Northwestern Hleiu Ranch. At the Jiiouth of I ellin-huanl I: ay, eight miles front Whatcum, is ;iiza Islanld, one of the ca(tm'ln fllrt of the archipelago, extending from lielling. hain IBay past 1Do ario straits to the Canal I e llaro and beyond. It is not a large irland, having only about 1I;0J acres, but it is undloutibte y the imot hig lily improv.ed farm in the State. About l4 ,,,i 0, have been exlpended on inmprovellments and stocks, hlt ()linnt inlg what was grown upon the place. Originally there were about thirty acre- not covered by timber of the Charact,-r known as tidemarsh land. This was (dyked and drained, and ad joininl_ moderate uplands were cleared and grubbed, so that now there are som,.thing over 100 acres under culti vation upIon te place. The poultry house is the second largest in the world, being 530 feet long, heated by steam furnished by a boiler house fifty feet away. 'his structure will ac commoldate :;i00 head of poultry and keep a sp...

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. — 29 August 1891

.THE FAR3I AND GARDENY. C(',',C f:T Till: i,\t" I1.N :r.. T",] -:' Iii:!lur' ft rnio lts so quickly nnil e'-iiy th:t ii;dlr :alnlst anVy carous:l, sta:c,- in thet ,oil it o(ou gets into avail able cinitio: for use of crops. But cow manure is less active. It sholuld therefort either have some horse manure misl 1 with it or he piled up loosely in sufficient bulk to start a vigorous fcr mtnentation. It is not likely to tirefang, as horse mar nrc will if lelt in even small heaps.-DIeston Cultirttor. SCATTER AIR-SLACKED LIrE. Tntimately mix a gill of crude carbolic acid with a quart of dry, air-slacked lime; then mix this quart with two pecks of lime. Dust the dry lime over every part of the poultry house, on the walls, in the nests, over the roosts and over the yards. It will be found an excellent dis infectant, and will do more to destroy the germs of disease, an]I with as little cost, than anything else that can be triel.-F-'arns and Fireside. A GOOD GRAFTING, WA. The usual method 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. — 29 August 1891

5I lv I July ( r,,nent. 1;:ar l',l t f 3.1 ,.-ii-. th,.t r' \i, ,r. i iowl si tivn llr. in th!- :,i,' if -kt i ltio i-Ci and al bl ia-li .,k ThI ltit- t xhilitio, (If tihe' 1l, ly :1 Iiuilt ,t 1 :. - i l !"i 11 \h 11 'll I\er t ,on ' ulil 'i, ,,f ;ilg-i l,- \i-itt'd :t l 1 ho - n i- : a lt . ' Ite bii a ilrd to rceii't v thlllis I tr;uliou ,t Tl''rtv'\ - ltinii authlt ntic? r; TI, :.l n il\ i- Iertli l iw 'ly en inl tihe C rec("nt b verr of the Ili- hot, u TreriV 1 D t" IIng un thil- ýubj'ct. Ki fo11r111 I 1i. 1. ntt 11 on 'h n :t! I lre- tuili itulh\ or,\ i h ;ut ,' ::i. i re.:h-i- doits or t" 11111\ ;ppealrz \ rr\at: and irr,( nt rll'1eIt. f):l'+'j t- lh ,. :t ithiti t 'it' t l i . but' ti i- lot for :ti h t, tuf it o id,1 r 'de" re a lri  in' f' ut . " If* :, t ih ' ll ity of a relic. lik, :an\ ot'll r hi-to;,i' al f: t. i Ioailt tult null', ott l oitf:i the reiw -ti bIone Itf t tua l. "II., :tli tl,,.tti'itt of noi relit, IllN it le. til t,-1 tOi ltnint of thill , a ht I t...

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. — 5 September 1891

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Official Journal. - JUSTICE TO ALL. - $i.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Vl. VI. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATURDAY, SETEMBEI , 1891. No. I2C. The Weekly Messenger. l'Iht ,,Ii,'l ELi ry Saturday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Elit ,r and l'roprietor. r'7": 'iul tript ion $1 o0o a . ear in advance. AI)VEITI'SINl; ItATFES. r*rL' . 1 I 21n 1 3 tins ins ly O)nein, h.. 1:,l( 2 .,301 :1, ( 0,1 S 0) Two inl 'h .. 2 ) ;I tA.)' - l l) $0 N )i 1- I l) 'hre, iu. ' I I .1 5) al I) I ( 1 100 Pont in . t; - Ito :,) . I). 12.') 2200 Fiv in i -. ),J G 3t01 75 11 IHI1M 21001 Six in '1 .-.. e;tlo 7350 K530 l1il; 30100 Otne il' "l,, Ia 1,0 201011 21) OI) 4) 00( 7500 "'TrInI.,io, tl :h,,rtis(. enltnts, j:, cents per. nitch fir first insertion.: 50 rents for each su b,,qr u 1nt ilerttsnt. Ottllii:al or ,I'al aldv,,lisemnents. $1 per Il ini.hi for tint insertliun; and a0 cents for ea'il -lh, 11l l|uant insh rtititn. ; 7lri' f ,anlnnioid'.it titns upI)(n subjects i of pl~ulih, int,,r,'.t silici...

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. — 5 September 1891

ALBERT PI-ENVENU. anu a 'o ta ! in, b I. 1 A 'T f ," la l'.' - l f - 5 ,'It,- f I;. t',t~l aI l'., -, I4! 11 ll lIIII:I` 'ttl H lliO II 114r\ S.% ''!1 t I l. si11l l\ ) - tli l .. - of a 1i4,n,.1t1 port i ae in Lond ii t.. .1 i ly, cilnsllu tiii for the carrying tet o(if the p1r ti'ct \hi'h- is now con-ihi'ered as lavliig bLecn deli nitel!v si.:tld. 1.':om .statistic, recently) gathered, it seemi that while Americ:an women may he more advanced in their ide l than their European si-ters, the Ianm ber who have to work for a living is comparatively nsmall. In the United Etates it is (-liumated that there are 2,70*).0(0 working women; in Eng. land, 4,0)1i,U00(; in Fraace, 3.7;ty,040; in Germnany, 5,510,04)00; in Austro. lunigary, :3,; ;,000.. English newspaper correspondents who have attempted to penetrate into the interior of Ruissia to feel the senti Ient of the people have in every in stance met overly polite officers who turned thiuim back and accompanied theim to sceaport towns t...

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. — 5 September 1891

F. c';: T:-; r:A"'S HO.;J. ( N ) rnlca' n 1ic " .ti-ct hi r-rid oIr the ! " / l t ha\e .Ite is S . . ('ihrist for h i 3 EU} Ity church membel r who does not live in Sdaily communion with God is a Q (lhdead liilb on the , ..'- tree of life. IF the devil didn't offer very big wages to begin with he would have a very hard time in get tang his work done. Tur: devil may now and then miss a prayer meeting but le never stays away from a church entertainment. You are sure to be doing something that pleases Gcd when you are doing somaething to make a child happy. ONE of the most dangerous places for* Na Christian to get into is to get where he does not feel any need of God. IT is ncthing against a man with beautiful thoughts that he may some times have to write with'a very bad pen. TlERE are people that claim that they want to go to heaven who never want to get near a warm prayer meet ing. THE devil considers it a good day's work when he can get the church to splitting hairs on questions 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. — 5 September 1891

White Democratic Anti-Lot tery Club No I. 1t Ward-Parish of St. .1artii. On the 2d day of August 1a1. thii clht was organtized with a nlmembershipl of Il;; on the IGth of the a:one imonth the 'lub met at Aubert's lall in St. Martin ville. according to adjonrunwnt. 'I'lhe Iilemlbers of the cllb, it present :Le': C. I. Hloulton Pres.. Woe. I. Eastin '1'..1. I.abbe hec., .J. lonter M.uoon It. Msrt!:i 'Ire.. A. (;Dula .1. E. Mouton ;,eo. Knight .lames Sinon Gab. ('revebnlier L. C'. I )uchaanp Ed. I )e lahaau-aie Wil. Thotmas L. Brousard 1'. 11. 1)uniay .A. V. Fleming Ed. Brouasrd E. W. Ii'nvenu (Geo. (;reig Ozene Robich:uand It. Ih Blane ('has. Goetz F. ( '. Aubert Robt. Ilalphen Louis Greig Robt. T'hoaii:is Louis Friedley 1). Itugas E. A. Duchamap I. Olivier .Jr., (C. A. 'llomts I'. Olivier V. A. . edolux .Jhn Satuiuier Emnile Landry .oachin Ilhert Artlhur L:hbe Ilrville llebiert M. L. Broussard Aug. Vicknair J):arcourt I)lgat S. V. M:atiaa leae D)urand Felix tceneil Joseplh c(hretl...

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. — 12 September 1891

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Official Journal. J . Official Journal. JUSTICE TO ALL. r.o Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. VI. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATURDAV, SEITEMBER 2, . No. T h e w- , k , .v . . - . .-. - - - L, .. -T. - - , . . , .. . , The Weekly Messenger. Published Every Satur!ay. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. a U7Subscription $100 a year in advance ADVERITIING IRATES. sPACE. 1 in 2 ims 3 mel 6 ls 1 v One ienh... 150 2501 300 500w 80 'rwo inches. 250 4 0 4501 r00 140 'hree inches3o 45 0 550 ,j 100 1 0 F'our inhhes 4 00) 5 4 50 12 50 22: !'ive inches. 5040 o 50 7 50 14 oI 260 bix inches.. 6(00 7"50 ~5 160 3(00 One column .1300 2000 2400 453 0 75 , 'transient advertlsements, 75 cnts pw nch for first insertion; 5n tents for eaci subsequent inst rtitn. Odfidal or legal advertisements, $1 peI li inthi for first insertion; and 5,0 rents foe each s.iubseqitent insertion. I7Brief csmntunications upon subjcrt. of public interest solicited. No attntioil Will be given to an...

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. — 12 September 1891

i' ý Ulcekln rtestnner PUBLISIIIID EEKI.Y BY ALBERT BIENVENU. MW lshnruc w:i t", t ) t:rract s '...ial :.t tention to their nl;ionrl:lty, lu:rii:L one week of the Worlld 1Fair, lv m:eius if national gares, hmu, i vy 'ieslh baIN and comupetitions for 3aIl,u(UI0 in pr;ze; which the.y promise. A dlht,4,tilal of influential \\elkianen hasl a,ked I) rt Dor General lavis to designate a week ior that purploe. The Atlanta Co, toDsa,v,n obs rves: In 1866 we hail ";32 per . apita in circual tion, and the failure. of that year were only til?. with l17,333,0)0 liabilitities. In ib6Ut we had Iss thm n 7 per capita in circulation, :lil there were 13,277 failures that year, amlounrting to $312, 49t,748. So when we have plenty of money in circulation the c luntry is pros perous, but when the circulation i- con tracted our Ibusinessi interests go to smash. The annual rtports of the New York State Board of Charities contain evi dence, asserts the New York S'sn, that large numbers of lunatics and paup...

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. — 12 September 1891

RABBITS AND THISTLE. The Imn::enso Damage Caused by Two Pests Taken to Australia. A iri-nil writes me from Ausitr.lia Sth," the 'abWt t,,. t is in n, way d(1m1 i 1... . nt . ithl liing the eftorts of Gts.rntnnt, and idividj asi in the way of w i." vesale slaughter of bant.is whetcev.r they alb und. ''A few necks ago," writes my f lind, "I went up country. and set' ral times when 1 looked out of the windows of the riilway train the ground was so covered with rablits that for miles away it looked like a great tield of grain waving in the wind. The otTer of i43,0o0 t 2 25,000) of the New S ,lth Wales Government for a pro'-e.-s of wholesale extermination that shall not endanger human beings or do metic aunimals and fowls is still open, and the -ice.resfUl 1r;1an -an count upon a public stilscriittion to an eclua: ainmount, atld ;l,, uilin a reward fromn each of ti, ',tlter Australian Govern nients." 1M nvy iilli,us of rabbits are killed in Australia every year,but the im men-se slaught...

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. — 12 September 1891

THEY CAME. And They Came to Hea the Other Side. NO BEEFOR BEEF But Solid Chunks of Fact and Entremets of Logi cal Deductions, WERE COUTEOUSLY SERVED. A1nd the Itellectual Feas Seemed to be Highly Relishcd. [( pcie l Irpot.) A dlemrcratic anti-lottery ward meet* Ing was held Sunday, at the residence ol MIr. Jean Domee, in the fifth ward of thui parish. Reliable estimates place the number it people present at 1t4. Considering tie meeting was esled en eoert notice, iths sahwing was excellent. and is a straw showing which way the wind is Mhifting. The meeting was organized by the selection of Mr. Sesthene Zerin que, as President, and the following vice-residents: Messrs. A. D. Roy, 81it uey Babin, Cesaire Angels, Neuville Lan dry. P. '. Brossardl, Alce Metaneon, An taine Frederick and Antoine Petit and Mr. Alex. Cuidry. Secretary" Time following committee on reseoltion was selected: Messrs. A. Angele. C. l)el senammer, D. Roy, A. 11. Guilbeau, O. Mar tin. o. Rroussard, Sr.. and A. Trah...

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. — 19 September 1891

T hE EEKLY MESSENGER. Oficid! JuraJ:l. -i JUSTICE TO .ALL. , S .oo Per Year. Invariail in \dvance. VX ,I.. XI. Sr. MARTINVILI.E, LA. S. t., I S I: i,. I mM) Ao. ;° 1lhe \V\ y .lIss ng-er. ALE r,,T :ENVENU. (r 'I-li- t :: t 101,I 1," u' ll l : t al ife. A if ll I . I;.VI' I .. A i). -I :  IIs: i . ll I ' - I O ne i1 , . 1 :, 1 1 :' I,, 1 , : II I (JO ' 1 I N 111 II (J Thr,-'. :,n 100 1.1) FoUn i . ;:,11 127 ,11! 22 11l F iv-' i:l r I..; .' 1 7 : 11, 1 1 1' 1 ' 2 ; (111 Six it-. I ,; l 1 31100 T rll , ' , per. . (11i i t 11.1t: . SI per 1l ia h . : 1: i u c,':' for each n' Al i 1 " i i i :'1" 111ul' . n s jects of Ipuli, , L No :tteution will h, ..r. :1), 1 \ :.1: .\tA 4)tli, i , ;.', . frm ,.rly lIer tr:u, ii : jfua 23 '-. ',I , \VI.LL .. A. 1L .. \. ',I.1T"I l , I S r ' 'I \ \ I .'. , L .. l '! ' : to .( -. A\ )( 1RT , Att .... : Jeweller, t Pubtc. V11j tL , l" 1 i pru";,, 1:1,i ' a nd to adj i .. . . . . i ly 1;, ty AJf. I 1 . E i, ; ARTn chWaut . : 1"- 1.: , tteweler, Th 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. — 19 September 1891

f j lchekll nIft tnper PUBLISIHED tWEEKLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. The New iTlven Irakeanlu who was crippled in October :Last awl recrveredl $10,000,Uo damage from the company at his first trial, is probably glad now, opine- the New York nawmerrial A,?r.r tiser, that the court granted a new trial to the railroad, for the poor fellow's sec ond verdict is for $27,510. The memorial over the grave of Ben digo. a prize fighter, wae unveiled in England a few days ago in the presence of a crowd composed largely of prize fighters and Methodists, Icudigo Laving been a Methodist Ipreacher in the latter days of his life. The monument is a sleeping lion of gray stone, and is said to be very imposing. It has the inscrip tion: "In nien:ory of Williamn l'homp son Beudigo, of No;ttingham, who died Aug. 2'. 1~ e, aged ci4). In life always brave, tighting likealion. In death like a lamb, tranquil in Zion." Montaru W\illiams, one of the best known of London magistrates, has pub lished an interesting volum...

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. — 19 September 1891

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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. — 19 September 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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