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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 15 October 1886

s oo JUSTICE TO ALL. S0 oo. VoL M:' i. ST. MARTINSVILLE, LA. OCTOBER 15th. 1886. NUMBER 34. A dredcri,~e ent. I:(OR CONGRESS, THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Edward Simon, of the Paris'i of St. Martin. Democratic Nominee, IouR CONGRESS, Third Congressional District, lION. EDWARD J. GAY, of Iberville parish. Democratic Nomince, FOR JUDGE. Tw. ntv-first Judit al District, JAMES E. MOUTON, of St. Martin parish. Extract From the .eport of the Grand Jury. To the Hon. James E. Mo:t ,n. Judge of the 2lst.Judici.l T)istrit (', urt ;.f rhe State of Louisiana. holding se.ssion in and for the parL-h of St. Martin. According to custom and usage, the Grand Jurors of the brate of Louisiana enipaneled to inquire in and for the body of this parish, having completed their labors, beg leave to submit to your hono rable court, through their undersigned foreman, the following report and sug gestions to wit: They submit that they have carefully and thoroughly examined into every charge and complaint broug...

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. — 15 October 1886

TIlE MESENG(ER. Pubhished Every Saturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and l'rprwietors. fl7Subrcription $100 a year in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. PA'E. I m 12nm3m ms ,6 nit 1 yr. One Inch... I 150j 200 250 0 700 Two inc'heº . 2 25 27; 3 25 6 00110 00 Three inchese, 300 3 50 400 7 1200 Four inches 3175 425 4 75 80 1400 Five inches. 425 4 75 525 1000 1600 Six inches.. 523 71 65 1100I l100 One column 90101 90011000,1500i;2500 Transient adverti.emnents, 57 cents per .nch fir first insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Official or legal advertisements, $1 per I:. inch for first insertion; and :0 cents for eacih subseuent insertion. r7lBrief communications upon subjects of public interest solicited. No attention will n1w given to anonymous letters. Didn't Believe It. Gentlemen of the jury charging a jury is a new business to me, as this is my first case. You have heard all the evi dece, as well as myself,; you have also heard what the learned counsel have said. If ...

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. — 15 October 1886

TIlE JIESN , (GER. Published E,' ry Saturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. a TSuiacription $1 O) a year in adlvance. More About Breathing Through the Mouth. St. Nichols for October Tight dressiug, though the most se rious hinderance to the habit of good breathing is not the only obstacle. There are careless ways of sitting and standing that draw the shoulders forward and cramp the chest; and it is as hard for the lung to do good work when the chest is narrow and constricted as it $Ftor a closely bandaged hand to get a copy of clear graceful penmanship. Then there are lazy u.wys of breathing and one sided ways of breathing through the month. Now the nose was meant to breathe through and it is marvelously arranged fr filtering the impurities out of the air, and for changing it to a suitable temperature for entering the lungs. The mouth has no such apparatus and when air is swallowed through the mouth iustead of breathed through the nose it has an ilujirious effec...

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. — 15 October 1886

iibli ibe 2 l , 5.a :iiv. EASTIN & oIENVENU, Easlolw aritl' .':, tei;. , .s' lll i p:i,*".  i o ,. ; i l" iii .ul a nle. nI inlitArlctinilt calculaltioin his bean ,:+ I" fir a New"V York paper <howilllg how ,th ,;,;r ;III anal re iid llpayni lelt of tIIt, Ilhit " ,i,*i iietlirrel iin the civil war, cAillniii , n \t A;th the irdueotio, l of the in tr -t. r:t,, anltd tile il rrasel of the' pIpu 1,iti,, , f t:ie counltri . has affeitd the dl.t 1ilrdoltii bilrune l.v our pi ople per r~;lita. Ii I' 11ithl* debt nmDounted to ; -.2* p"r :itai. Last y ar it arnoiin tel ', only 421.11. l I+i5the per ':i !,i!it jrtion of the anilillual intlerent (iharge was "l.2a. L.st year it wan but eighty t!l're cet.lil. Thell, ratito iof thie principal i', now lilt two t!lirhds what It then was; that of the u1iinuil iinterest i hbut a littlel lmore tnll one-Iith. How lo Defeat the "Oil Trust" Scheme. The Itaaem has kept its readers fully pisteil as the 4tri*dr. this igaiatict mllo nopolly has ...

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. — 23 October 1886

Ifi VRlILYT 1B185Efl11. 0 oo JUSTICE TO ALL. s oo. VOLUME I. ST. MARTINSVILLE, LA. OCTOBun 23rd. i886. NusEsi 35. - . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . .m m m mmm u | m i • m m m m m m m m AdwertBiusest. FOR CONGRESS, THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Idward Simon, of the Parish of St. Martin. Democratic Nomineace, FoR CONGRESS, Third Congressional District, HON. EDWARD J. GAY, of Iberville parish. Democratic Nominee, FoR JUDGE, Twenty-first Judicial District, JAMES E. MOUTON, of St. Martin parish. Keep Teur Kemsq Eome. Patronise hom l enries where year interests are aad help maintain ad sp pFrtthese i nterst--ear ntereesa, year neighbor's interests. Get that elbh nes at of your heart that is envioe eft every success; that want to pall down every interest thataeems to reach beysd years, and is in reality an advantsa to it ad s tiews. Nether imin tha whe a sw sheels aaumuelate in year wallet yeu mt easeesmarly go oat of tow to Ipead it, thinking it weld evwer d to disrib a little eash amoing y...

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. — 23 October 1886

EASTIN & EIENVENU, -I',A t:. I a ' 2 ins- :1 i. i - f I I yr. )lnei inch.l... ,I ' 2 i1, 2504; 4 ) 7; 45 'Two in It. i . 2 2I 2 7 3 2- , l ; 1 'i) iI Three inch. :3 it 3 51 4 (1, 7,151 1241(1 e4u.r in'h. 3I I 7 475 -,.O 1441) "iv" i7.!..-.; 12; 1 52 0IiM) 16fi `ix ir..... 32: 1:" . : 25 Ii11 40 1400 )i: t('ce liill " 90 11 0(() 100l0 1IS $(S 23(00 Tr'l' ll'illt aIH rh" vl li"lleri . .,75 cents pe.r .nh fr first ili.i tiol; .") cents for each 'i-4 ""'l"r lt inse.rti, n. Ofli'ial or legal avertistnents. $1l p"r 11 inch fir tirt iserti.o'i: and :,0 cents. fir eaich srlnqe .uent ilerti i, ll. _tPBrief emlimailieUati ohs upon sulIjects of public interel t s. liitedl. No attention will be I iven to ano.enos lle nl ]lltters. An Indepenadnt Candidate. We clip the following earres'pondance from the New Iberia Enterprise': Ma. Enrroat.--As against the regular nominee of a plitical party, an indepen dent candidate is always to be lookedi iu pou with distrust and suspected of :i.ien s...

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. — 23 October 1886

2'HE MENSENGER. Pubhshed Every Saturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Elitor' and Proprietors. t nulkIcription $100 a year in advauce. Some Queer Questions for Mr. Gay. Charenton, La. October 3 1886. To the Editor of the Times-Democrat: The Democratic convention for the nomination of a Democratic candidate for Congress met in Franklin on the ,2nth of Septemqer and nominated the lion. E. J. Gay as our standard bearer and for re-election to (ongress. As there seems to me some lukewarm Democrats and others in this district who think he has done enough for his district; our Congressman might allay their fears and probably make enthu siastic supproters of the same by an swering in public speech or otherwise the following questions: Are you or are you not in favor of the opening of Bayou Plaquemine, with locks in the same for short and cheap naviga tion to the Teche and Opelousas coun try; the improvement of the Teche and Bayou Black; the cutting or digging of the Chareuton Canal and the imp...

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. — 23 October 1886

THE MESSENGER. Published Every baturday. ar EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietors. 7ubeription $100 a year In advance. Davidson's Letter of With* drawal-He Complains of Bad Treatment at the ands of Whitekepab lisaMs and Predicts Darrall's Defeat. J. Stuby Davidson, the Republican no minee it the third district, who was foried oet of the-fld to giveplace to Dr. C. IL Darrail published the following letter giving his reasons for withdraw ing from the canvass. Bayou Gouls Oct. 9 188 Mr. President and Members of the Third Distriet Commlttee ef the Republiesa Party. Ten days have elapsed sllae the ad journment of the eonvesties that did me the honor to make me its stamurd beater. To my utter surprie net sem step, one effort, or even one line ha reached me from the chairman or secre tary of the committee which is the rn eognised head of the Republicea party in the district as to the ourse or manner it will pursue tI this campaign. Agalnsire I have receive at least ser eaty eve let...

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. — 30 October 1886

__TIE fUL MInas Gue. :i oo JUSTICE TO ALL. S 00. VOLUME I. Sr. MARTINSVILLE, L. OcroBR 3ost. 886. NuMBsu 36. Adtnertsa ?t. FOR CONGRESS, THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Idward Simon, of the Parish of St. Martin. Democratic Nominee, FOR CONGRESS, Third Congressional District, HON. EDWARD J. GAY, of Iberville parish. Democratic Nominee, FOR JUDGE, Twenty-first Judicial District, JAMES E. MOUTON, of St. Martin parish. The ass Meeting in Grande Pointe The Democratle mass meeting and barbecue was a decided snuccess In every way. The number 41 people present, Including many ladles, were variously estimated at between 900 to 12000. Bar ring a few individuals who had im bibed a little too freely of corn juice and were in consequence bosteroumly happy, the most perfect decorum reigned. The eeting was stalled to order by Robert Martin Req., presented the names of the followlng gentlemen for officers of the meeting: Mr. Arcade Patin, for President, and for Vice-Presidents, Messrs. Olivier Brouss...

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. — 30 October 1886

1'l ;,h ih'd Ev* l aaturday. lay EASTIN & BIENVENU, EIlitors and l'Pripri.,,r.. Er ile.riptio $1i ($i a sear in adliance. A .)V!:;TlslN\G ItATi.V . a1PACE. I Il 2 Itms ; 3 iUa, 6 i- 1 yr.o (ne incl h... 1 .( 2(0' 2-4) 49s1 7eaNl 'rwo inthes. 22.5 2753 325. t; e 1000o Threeine-he 3.NS t so 40(0. 7is 1 ift00 Fou',r inchei , 375 425. 4753 t. ' 1400 Five Inches. 425, 4 7: 525 1i00( 1600 tiix inches.. 52.5 575. 62541100( 140) 4: te.olhtun i0 D$, 1iN)0 100)1 150(1 2500 'transient advertisements. 75 ce.nts per .'h fur first inserion; :30 ceut., for each subýeqtlnllt nlLsertnII. tflhelal or legal aalvertisements. $1 per :; inch for first insertilon; and 50 cents tir e.:aeh eull equent insertion. iu-Brief comnmunications upn subjects ,of plublic interest solicited. No attention will Iw given to anonymous letters. Doomed to Die. Judge Gary Sentene3 the Eight Chicago Anarchist Leaders. Judge Gary in addressing the prisoners said he was quite well aware that what they had said although ...

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. — 30 October 1886

BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Edita.'r and Prl'oprietor'. r..- aub c ription $100 a cyear ;u :,i; tnce. The Third District. . Judge Ta} lor Beattie .benonnees the Ve JnIlity (f the Republican Leaers arnt .it:ouias: lif' lht',ntion to Suipport 1 iavid-on. '[he f,,llowing interesting political c 'r.reslndlence is pullii.hed. Fattersunvilie La. (Clt. 13 tI;i :oui. T;ylir Battie Thiladeaitttx Li. ic::.r -ir--As am in c'ni I. hraile ?'ouot as to the right of the Repni le icn "('V .~;e-eional Executive ('fter.iitto.e in s:b.trtutititui Mr. C('. R. liDarrell i:t it: of of Ioun. J. :. I.vidlsonl as tie e andidate of the i;,.pu.li,':.n pa:r;y for C' n;rr "s in t'- (he thirdnl t'ungrssi'inaI si-trict, I rerýctirully request that you favor me wtIh soilr views touching tie act'lion of :.hP abi've named eomniitt.ý,. There is rrer:; diesa;tisfactiou in the lt pubhlican p:.rty of St. Mary pitri-h ot .~eouitt. of the qulestionable srui.tutiion ,f Darrall for Dlavidson and on account of the qutls tro...

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. — 30 October 1886

TIlE JI E ,NE.(;gIER. I Pl'uta, hed s.v.i'y ýa.urdlay.. Iv EASTIN & BIENVENU. i.litoTr and lPoprietors. P '-.'lllrtlon $1 tl a 'ear in aaldvaice. Do not Itnd or Borrow. If you hlave a gool frieni and desire to make an enemy of 'him there is no way in which you can snuceed so expe ditiously as to lend hint money. He de rires to worrow mioney because he il short, he will not be likely to pay at the tires due. for the resoln that he o.nttiuues to he short. Tits will carue you to nour i**h hard felliungs and will cause him to crows to the other side of the street whese he is likely to meet you, and your interviews thereafter will rot be on a cor lial footing. On the other hand if you I, hav an aecquaintance who toree you 'ith his cosmpany, calling frequently antid staying a long time talking about u.niinterestitg matters, you can usually dissii,-e of him also by lending him inantey. Should you ev r be tempted to borrow meouy or run in debt sit down quietly and ask yvoursef what y...

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. — 6 November 1886

$S1oo JUSTICE TO ALL. SI oo. VOLUME I. ST. MARTINSVILLE, LA. NOVEMBER 6th. 1886. NUMBER 37. THE ME8SENGER. Grand Jollifcation. When it was ascertained beyond a doubt that the Hon. James E. Mouton. St Martin's brilliant so", had carried the District, his party friends were nearly wild with joy; and it was decided to cele brate the event in a manner commenou rate to the grand victory achieved. Word was sent to or Breaux Bridge faithful allies, and at about seven o'clock in the evening of last Wednesday their excel lent Brass Band accompanied by some of the "old war horses" put in their appear ance. They brought with them a can vats mounted on two brooms on which was the picture of a ram showering pel lets at a man in its rear; this earricature of course, created much merriment. The booming of tihe cannon on the Court House Square, the firing of sky rockets, coupled to the great enthusiasm which found frequent vent in the cries of "Gay and Mouton," made the scene one that will not soon...

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. — 6 November 1886

TILE MESNENGER1. Published Every b;aturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. cDr"ubscription $100 a year in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. SPACE. I m !2msn 3msi 6m I1 yr. _________________-- - · -- l~-----!- I One inch... 1.5(; 200. 2501 400; 700K Two inlwhe. 2 2.. 2 751 3 25 60i 10 100 Threerinche :310 3:150 400 700'12010 Four inche 3775' 4. 475 . 50 14 (N) Five inches. 4 2:5 4 7 5 25. 10() 01016 () Six inches.. 52: , 75 6 25: 11(' IN) ! I One colulmn 9'J 0; ) (.0,I100 15 (0, 25 v0 Tranlsienlt advertiscnrlmets, 75 cents per .rnch for first insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Official or legal adverti.semnts, $1 per I~ inch for first insertion; and 50 cents for each subseqtuent Insertion. [rBrief communications upon subljects of public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. Homicide. At about two o'clock Tuesday evening the usual quiet of our town was dis-. turbed and its citizens thrown into a fe ver of excitement by the r...

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. — 6 November 1886

iTHE -E:8N1 (; ER. Published Every baturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. ["hubscription $100 a year in advance. The Arteian Well. The work at the artesian well has been progressing very finely this week and the piping has reached a depth of two hundred and seventy--eight feet. All ap pearanees indicate that only a few more strokes of the drilling rod and the much desired water will shoot out from the top of t::e pipe. Mr. Kleeher, the engineer in charge has practically demonstrated that he fully understands the task he has undertaken, and his success so far has had the effect of convincing not a few skeptics that he was prepared to drive down through sand, clay, gravel, quick sand and rock. In boring artesian wells the greatest difficulty ordinarily to be encountered is the quicksand, which not only opposes a strong resistance to sin Ling the pipes, but in its sudden rising through it prevents the drill from boring deeper. It was thought that the dim culty c...

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. — 6 November 1886

THE MESS.ENGER. P'ubihhed Every baturdlay. aY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Elditor and Proprietors. l hubscription $100 a year in advauce. A Blasphemers Doom. I a recent sermon the Rev. Dr. Tel mua disencued blasphemy and its conse quences. His most striking illustra tion is an incident that be declared hap pened only last August. A man he said got provoked at the continued drought and the rain of hiserope ant in the pre sene of his neighbors eursed God, indul ging in the most horrible blasphemy. And while he was speaking his mouth and nostrilsand the beat of his body was eo intense It drove back those who would come near. Scores of people visited the scene and saw the blasphemer in the awful proems of expiring. Mr. Talmage was asked for a circumstantial account of the blasphemer who was miraculously burned to death. His response was as follows: "I appreciate the desire for fur ther details in this matter but I purpoqe ly avoided locating the event and the reasons that actuated me then im...

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. — 13 November 1886

$1 oo JUSTICE TO ALL. S$ oo. VOLUME I. ST. MARTINSVILLE, LA. NOVEMBER 13th. 1886. NUMBER 38. THE ME&9ENJGER. Retrograding. Those who have a partial feeling for the prosperity of this town cannot help but view with sorrow the painful fact, that for the last few years, its commer cial affairs have been steadily declining- jogging along, as it were, in a haulnrum fashion that bodes serious results in a short future unless an effort is made to regain its former prestige. The aecusa tion has been more than once made that we are not up with the times. The tena bility of this charge, it is not our par pose at this time to discuss-it may be well founded and it may not. This town, by its admirable situation should be one of the most prosperous in Southwest Louisiana. The country con tigous to it, is well peopled, fair crops are wade, and still our trade is decreas nlag. While we are not prepared to give the causes which are working to our de triment- they are no doubt many-we must say it...

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. — 13 November 1886

TILE MlESNENE(;ER. I'ubhLshed Every Saturday. INY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Edlito:s and 'nroprietwr~. [tr 7ulncriptio, $1 e(O a year in advasnce. ADVERTISING IRATES. s)'A. 1 in 1m 3 n .13m ma l6u 1 yr. Oneitwh... 141 20"' 450 404 7100 T'wo inc'he.s.l 22 -, 27 :, :12.5 60(. 1115)1 'Threein llche :1t,0 :o 50 4 0(N 7 IA 12 14)I Four ine'hee t 75 25 4 751 :0i 11(04l Five inches.l 425! 4 75 5S2 10i00 1600 Sixinh.. 5251 5751 (; 11 ) I 00 4()ne' ('elun I tU ; 9()0) 100)O 1500 25(10 Transieut advertisements, 75 cents per SInch for first inscrtionl; :.) centsl fir eatch subas.-llent insertion. Official or lagal advertisements. $1 per I i nchl f.r lirat iinsertionm; and .t) cents for asclh ats. l1&uº'at insertiion. ,7"Urif e." annni:ctions upon suljects of public int4.test soliited. No attention will ie iivein to anonymous letters. Juvenile Bandits in Texas. Charles and Ernest Nash, aged 16 and 15 and Eugene Blake have teen arrested charged wi h robbing the express offiee at Paige, 15 mile...

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. — 13 November 1886

THE AME88ENGER. Publshed Ebery Saiurday. By EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and P.opt ieLors. rjhulsption $100 a year in advance. State Convicts. What Is Proposed For Their Employ meet. A gentleman speaking for Col. 8. L. James leseo of he Loiismana Pealten tiry says: Col. James owns about 16,000 acres of lanJ in Teaas pa h. called the Mary dale plant tion which he purchased for ybut$8,000 but be has spent uet..een $40,000 and $30,000 Io improviun the I nde. The colonel has not spent any mmney out of his lease and with the view of liquidating his debts and siraigt saing out his Asaneial affairs he prolo sal to form a company with a capital of say $100000 of whir a portion was to be ezaended in the payment of his debts as ietsee. In reLurn the plantation was to go lnto the hands of the omnpany which we old have the right to wue a part of the convict -bor in work on the plantation and the balanoe to be employed as usual ea the ave~s. This was only one branch of the plan which contem...

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. — 13 November 1886

'IIE MUESSENGER. l'ublshed Every Saturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. ["7 Sulsription $100 a year in advance. The Results of Smoking. Prof. Freanel the head physician to the Berlin Charite published in the Chrite An paes esme pregnant obser vatione upon 'immoderate smoking." Some of the results at which be has ar rived are calculated to astonish those who suppose that the worst cigar. or at all events the cheapest or must delete rious. The contrary according to his examination of his patients appear to be true. Heart complaints- particularly irregular action of the heart-are almost always produced by the smoke of the best Havana cigars, which are by no means as Dr. Fransel says rich in nieo tiue. "Strange as it may seem," the doctor adds, "such complaints rarely show themselves among those who smoke the ordinary trade cigars, even In an enormous quantity. He speaks ot men who actually smoke eighteen common cigars a day without being Injured. He has had to dea...

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