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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 20 August 1892

T'JE WEEKLY. MESSENGER. . \AL .----- Pe -  JUSTICE TO ALL. } too Per Year, Invariably in Advante, ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAV, AuGust 2y 1892. No. 26. A S Wicr Sum1s, . No 1, '.:r or fair weather, No 2,. 11. PO: No f . r r C :. -temlpera-. t a11 1'.lrr-c ld il., \,1 :tr black flag s p'*. 11a~ i~igIt ac ,I :,, \ et ld ftl:el *e t 11ctr. When l11icI. 'j ' .~ 71: .i w ar mo rinan ("11 tL , :.1 r ·~it, 1 ' h II' .: b.:Ia y rain, zi ý aonl A . - i r lit, 1hite flag., I fllowed by fair a - -~rl-f HOWL L'n7.KAUD, 56 NEW OkL§A ý LA. Centrally ld . r ( flei Exelage. Take the qtr 1 t r a. t ho depot and the driver will ~i~t you out nar the Hotel. jan 141 y Wa Prrmeb-t 11: trae le. to~ ?rn eiirr. I. oh. d or.n We - ~ F. a nd Sir t art~~ - b Int at i l at . fl . r ap * ~ Sl Il par ath-mp~e an ·· end il.I yo m .Iraah mra tiiar. 'a apart to am to 4n W to &1 SaAa * Ih, a. r WaIu~, o $t . rtovaea, all a.., In t ar yo aa g o t'~tai ly rttIvs1-,-ra*a. ·~·nih ii- -1~. 5e~ a~ll *~.ka.' It,. UIr...

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. — 20 August 1892

The Weekly Messenger. P'ubhshed E'cry Saturday. -AT ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor awd l'opri,.tor. OrvicIAL JOURNAL OF THIE TOWN OF ST. MARTINVILLE. f"~Subscription $100 a ear in advance. AI)VEIRTSING RATES. SPACE. I n 2 ins 3 n4 1; ins I I"--'-I :"-:""-1- One inch... 1 1i 25(0 300 5 100 S00 Two iuiche-. 2 , ; 51 01 350 511 S O I1400 rhree incl-hel :I)3 1 I4 5 50, 1000 1 )0)( Four inches I (N))5 351 - 30 12 50 22(1) Five i,,cel. 51m 0 I51 7 50114 -1 ) 201;0 81x inches.. 1;)00 7 3o s 501 (;( :I(0 30 ) One colunn i1500 2000 2100 43100 7500 Transient advertiseiments, 75 cents per Inch for first insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Official or legal advertisements, $1 per i inch for first insertion; and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. c[Qlrief conlmunications upon sunljects public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. CLUBBING RATES. We have made arrangemnentsjby which we can furnish our readers with the MlSSENGEI and...

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. — 20 August 1892

Local News. Wea oWrmConstitationsr '"Iw.. -Mr. Alfred Voorhies of La fayette visited St. Martinville this week. -The Texas Democracy is split wide open, with hardly any hope of ever reuniting the two factions. -There is now a big strike on the Lehigh Valley Railroad, at Buffalo. Troops are on the spot. -Mr. John Franz returned from New Orleans Wednesday, after spending two weeks in the Cres cent city. -The rice planters will com mence to cut their crop the com ing week, if the weather is favora ble. -Judge Felix Voorhies is hold ing a special term of Court of 15 days in Iberia parish, to clear the civil docket of that parish. -Mr. Ernest Beslin tells us that our information concerning him as published in our last issue in regard to Martinet, is errone ous, that he did not go there as reported. -A convention is called to meet at Now Iberia on Wednesday the 21, of Sel)tember to select a can didate for Congress for the Third District. -We have received this week several volumes of publ...

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. — 20 August 1892

ST. MARTIINVILLEK. LA. 1 One Of.Tlt: Moa;t Interesting b Tuwn~i Iii Tlio State'. 1' lb Sugar Bfintri' aniid (Otier Inu111s tritai-Tht, ('liring oIf 3o1o. for the Northern Market. 0 SCtat( C(luupondezt of the 'Tilics-Iknio usat.f Mt. Earti:' jib. La.. Aug. t+i, lht+_. This place is rt'tidueit of roulmanice andII antiquIty. It i:;ker :i ii a n impressiou uon IIp oun that it 14 irre~verent 1to criticise it. It has a certa in cdhinia'ting ve'nerable.o gum about It that ka, half awe-inspirng. a It affects one like .i tobl.* rui'i. tdear for o besauztiful pi't, worthy of resptct for It s eary respet ahility. This is ote of the ctdet place` iii tier State. It Was 0366 the seat of ';ruit with al and cl-I. tmue. Lonkf& loý.m in ther stately nuia un ir O hie proft "1'aal,:;,rinte," ae:) Sa ttlful Ih i.' :t" 11]. with it, l'rairie, :ta foretst of r, ni l r pwc, Umdithe feet a ltipn (,( offlowr t nnll tb bIllu- t Mt of heartves 3Iasla tth,\n :o n i rr'etir" it, dun ' on Ihe' wals of tbh fu ...

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. — 27 August 1892

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. OFFI('IL M GI VI %N\L of. ~t. M .r . - JUSTICE TO ALL. - It.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advante. VOL. VII. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, I892. Nd. "- -- -- .. . . . .... . . i ,--- i, .. ... ,  , :signal Service WeVatlher Signs. No 1, white tI:ic- It :r 'i f.,;r weather, No 2, blue' lui ruin i sllIW, No 3. white iag, I,;iak center-cold wave, No 4, black tltanwuill f,.l---tempera ture. When No 4, ir tri:ntl'.i,.-r black flag ts placed ,cer N. I Wr nhi.o tl:r, it meains Cekr :1-1 wN,-ra;n r, uw i.il placed below it i'a - ,,-:i ,i c ,,,t i. W het. plaed over it::' :' , -. lIl,~a!s war mer rail, r, V1 ll.l t n 1\. sluin and colder. Hthei i;" %thlte k ik ler the blue flag it mlet,. fir fol; . [..i ,y rain, and when th^it i. : io'er thie white flag, it uul:l!:A .,lli fl,lih,ued by fair weather. HOTEL LDIICHAUD, 56 try ;4 OseL det Street, NEW ORLEANS, LA. Centrally located near Cotton Exchage. Largc and Airy R)oms. Take the etret car:, at tihe depot and...

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. — 27 August 1892

The Weekly Messenger. Publlished Every ci Strday. -AT STl. MARTIN VILLE, LA. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and 'ropt tor. WrICIAL JOURNAL OF THE ToWN of ST. MARTINVI.I.E. Subscription $' 00 a )car in ad ante. AI)VEIlTISIN(; RAITES. SPACE. 1 In 2 n- 3 _ i_ 1 tOne inch.:.. 1 .50 25- , :, '10 1ºn2 Two luche,. 2 .,o 350 50:,l 1,1 '4,I1, 1lreefr e' l:t 4541 355 0 X1 01t 11)0Y Pour Incbea 4 (1 5n 50 1 :0 12 50 22(K) five laches. .- t 51 7 5o 11 ofe 20 0) Ix Inches.. i;00 7.(0 s 10 30 lc ( 1ooH) One column 1. 30H) 20(1) 21 MII1 s 111 75-00 Tranaient advertisements, 'T cents per titch for Ant ingertion; 5C ."'elu" for each sebsequent insertion. Official or legal advertisements, $1 per 1 Inch for Ast itnsertion; 'tAd 511 cents for each subsequent insertion. ITBrIief communications upon sulijects public interest slicitetl. No attention Will be given to anonymous letters. CLUBBING RATES. We hhve Made :arran'tlientsjly which hre can furnish our reterlcrs nilh the MES1ENGOER and T'l'llE i: IE Magazine...

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. — 27 August 1892

Local News. hJWInahterco!ma Cle:anse the blood Sby taking W.W,. -Miss Louise Le Mahy is here 'en a visit, the guest of her Sister, Mrs. D. DeBlanc. -New syrup at W. H. Livings ton's grocery. Good quality at low price. Give it a trial. -Misses Mime Robicheaux and Laurence Braussard, two charm 'ing young ladies of Breaux Bridge 'are spending a few (lays in town 'visiting friends. -Mr. 1i. Meyabat who mad, a rice crop bn the Sillan plantation 'commenced cutting same this 'week. The yield is very good, 'and the rice of a superior quality. -Some of our cotton Iplanters 'estimate that the cotton crop has been injured by the cointmous rains to the extent of 60 to 75 per 'cent. If this is 'really the iase. 'the cotton of this parish will fall 'quite short. -We were shown specime(ns of 'cane that came from the overfiow 'ed section, which in fact had 12 inches of water over the row, which we believe to be as nice as can be found in any other section. The cane crop promises abun 'dant returns ...

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. — 27 August 1892

I'runing for Fruit. Joseph Mechan is repolrted in a conellporary that credits the ar- tl ticle to Exchaige to have said cl that it is never wise to let the t( trees hear fruit while still quite tl young, and shouldl they flower ft and fruit, then the fruit should be 1 taken off before it gains any size. g But it sometimies happens that tl the reverse of this is the case, and o trees that tnre well grown and a should 1oar fruit do not do so. It is then than the skill of the fruit ti grower comes into play, and he o uses his art and prunes for fruit. 1 Pruning may be of the branches n or of the ioots, and both may be t. dlone to prodluec fruit. It must u be understool that when a tree is tt growing fast it will not fruit. To check the growth is a step toward 1: fruiting, and this is what pruning t is for. A tree in rich ground will f grow larger and be longer coming v into bearing than one in poor soil. I This is why with the same variety i of tree one man may have fruit r from his tr...

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. — 3 September 1892

'IE WEEKLY MESSEF7 .R OFFICIAL JOURNAL ,,st.Martmville. JUSTICE TO ALL. $.0oo Per Ycr, 1 '! I in :\dvance. VOL. VII. ST. MARTINVILLE , LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1892. N. 28. VOL. VII. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, I892. N~co. 28. Signal Service Weather Signs. INDICATIONS. No 1, white flag-clear or fair weather, No 2, blue flag-rain or snow, No 3. white flag, black center-cold wave, No 4, black triangular flag-tempera ture. When No 4, or triangular black flag is placed over No 1 or white flag, it means clear and warmer, when placed below it means clear and colder. When placed over the blue flag it means war mer rain, and when below, rain and colder. When tile white flag is over the blue flag it means fair followed by rain, and when the blue liag is over the white flag, it means rain followed by fair weather. HOTEL DINHCHAUD, 56 to 64 Oarondelet Street, NEW ORLEANS, LA. Cnetrally located near Cotton Exchage. Large and Airy Rooms. 'ahk the street cars at the depot and ...

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. — 3 September 1892

The Weekly Messenger. l'ltlshle, l Eviery Saturday. -AT ST. MARI'INVILLE, LA. ALBERT SIENVENU, Editor alid P l'rprietor. OFFICIAL .JoI'RNt I. OF TIlE TOWN OF ST. M.JiTINVILLE. lluIseripit iol! 11 4,1 a .tea;r in -d\v.nce. AI)VEITI INGI iATES. -r r e. 1 -l 2-,, :3 nr- I Four iniluh 1 0 1 I:3 : ii)) 12 (0 221N1 Five il,.h . OI ( ' Ii : 11 14 (10 2 i0l) i4ix i l "h1".. 10 ; 7 5 :1 1 } 1; I (i1 lo 3f01 One Iilllllll I i':20 1) 21 i0 40015 0 7300 Tran",iuit ad1lrti nllartr, 735 ,lets per Inch for first iserti .n; :)( rents for eti c s llbs(ql lt, iu .rll *to lII . Olilcil iir I o::1 a vIertisern ts, SI per 1 inch f tr liin insertiol; and 0 cents forI each subs'luut is'rtion. 71 rie'f c.In ilCaio upon snbjects publi" e il'terest solicitied. No attention will lie i :v i toi anonitu lO Is letters. CLIU IIING RATES. We have niade arrangementsjby which we ain tfrnish our readers with the IhiENsl '4Il lA Tiil Hion. Magai:uine. published at Washington, D. C., for the low cost of 81.2'. ...

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. — 3 September 1892

Local News. -Workmen are now engaged tepairing the church. -Miss Marcelite St. Germain is having an addition made to her property corner Main and Bridge btreets. -Miss Gabriel Thomas arrived from Galveston last Sunday, after having spent a few weeks in the Gulf Oity. --The police jury meets Monday hext in tular session. We won der if the result will be the same as at the last meeting. -The criminal term bf the Dis trict Court opens here Monday next This term will undoubted ly be an important ont, -Fishing parties are in tvogue these days, fish is biting splendid ly in all our lakes and bayous which are frpruentry visited by our people. -Cholera is spreadiig iti Eu rope to an adriminig extent, and making terrible ravages. It is feared the pet will soos be im ported to this cbuntrfy. -We understand that Pir. HI de Mahy has instituted suit against the Southern Pacifii Rail road Company, claituing $26,000 damages for the accident which happened to his wire ibd child a few weeks ago. -Mr...

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. — 3 September 1892

1'1he: Bluc And The Gray. An l''ii Iig cident of the Cam lIailn ill \irgina Recalled. \\Vhltn tile statue of Stonewall Jacký;oin was unveiled at Lexing ton, V\.. July 21, 1891, not a few sol licers \\l,) ha'l fought against hiit:, w%.ere f,Iund lnioing those who had e'Mme to honor his nwmory, says the Albany Telegram. In a (crowdl If oldhi "C'onfeds" one of thu ,ew ('nion soldiers, a West Vir ginian, prlbably, made his contri 1,,itoi,, to tl'he war stories that fell thlit ,hiv tlicirk as the leaves in Valhinbrosa. "I was down the \,lly bre fighting against old Early." said the Ioy who had worn the blue, "and when we got within striking distance of where mIy Sarah lived- she's now my wife I lighted out one night I went to see stir. "l kneiw she was outside ,of our lines aind if I had known she was iny ,,,rs it wouldn't have made liany dlittlrncte. I was going to see li,,t girl." "O)f (c, uI,'rse," interruplted sonme symlba:htih listener. "V\\ell. luck was against nIe, I was .augllht,...

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. — 10 September 1892

VOL TH WEEKLY MELSJr .JVYf'S IT ort. .:.i. " JUSTICE TO ALL. VsO . VII ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATUIRAV, SEPTEMP.FR 10, Ir)92. No.-29. - - . .. •- _.lllL - pImi L n~___m_ _' In lI lum ro l m•I1I l In I ..... .. ._n ll] 'Signal 'ric •i \\ (cather Signs. .No 1, h ih .. !'l r 'r fair weatheir, No 2, hlI t 11 tinll or `nl\;, No 3, whi ii . ,:::l; cetnter--ct!d wave, No ,1, blar! ulr t : --ttupecra thre. When No ! r ,riu0,: !::r black flag is placed i.: N \" I or W! i e l:ta, it means ell'::r I w; er , lII placid below it I l :n.,  !,: r n::,! , h;ler. \\W heln - mer rain, r ,. , . rain and , hlder . : ,t ii w hi : is ter the blue Ilan- it ,i.t f " ii!., I by rain, 'knd whit tI, IT i .,r thi white 'tg, it le::i r, f, fillowed by fair weather. HOTL .. HAUD, NEW ORL1 "':S, LA. Centrally '::t- - :. , ' Exchage. Take the :ýL,. ti:. the tldeot and 1skedriver w nil 1,,.t ,u -at. ucar the Hotel. jan 14 1 y We. PFreb--em Praeltee. Is other wonvd, we i'C . ..,,and star ; rn and will, it S"" `...

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. — 10 September 1892

The Weekly Messenger. P'ublished Every Saturday. -AT f8T. MARTINVILLE, LA. ALBERT 6IENVENW, Editor and 'Pr.lprietr. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OP THE TO N OF St. MA'INiNTILLLE 7Sulbstciption $1 00 a year is asdvance. AI)VER'4SINT: RtATS. MrA:. I in 2 ns 3 mse 6 IS 1 Oneinch... 1 5 2)50 300 500 80(0 tw l, inche. 2 ' 3 50 4 t0 S00 1400 t'hree inches 3 00) 450) 5 50 1000 1800 Pour inchcs 1 4 00 5 50 ( 50 12 50 2200 Plave inch,. 5 00 50 750 1400 2600 izx inche... I ,008 7 0 8 50 1600 8000 One coh4snn 1 00 2000 2100 4500 1500 Transient advertisements, 75 cents pel Inch for first insertion; 50 cents for each subsequient insertion. Official or legal advertisements, $1 per t inch for first insertion; and 50 Cehts for each subsequent insertion. t7llBrief communications uplol subjects public Interest solicited. No attention Will be given to anonymous letters. CLUBBING RATES. We have made arrangementsiby which i we can furnish our readers with the MEslSENGER and THii IloME Magazine, published at Wa...

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. — 10 September 1892

WHO LIED? Let The People Judge For Them selves. In April last, in my petition in my suialt of contest for the Sheriff's Ofice, vs David Rees,'I stated that Mr. Rees had bribed several persons to vote for him, among whom were Myrtille Botidreaux, Dolze Patin, Ulysse Daigle adi Adrien Patin. A'few days after, thesee'ndividu als were informed of the contents of my 'petition and were scared, anil made to sign the following document which 'appeared in the Union and the Reveille of May 7, 1892: To the Democrats of the Parish of St. Martin. The undersigned who have been charged by Gab. Gardemal in a suit contesting the election of David Bees as Sheriff of the Parish of St. ,Martin. as Bribe takers most emphatically deny :tfe charge and pronounce it to be a falsehood a lie. Respectfully, his Myrtille x loudreant, mark. his Dolzo X Patin. mark. his Adrian X Patin, mark. S T. L. Brussard, Witnesses Arcade Patin, (H. P. Guilboan. The above document was thought to 'be a great athlievement for t...

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. — 10 September 1892

.R ef£ !;,1 t. . , - '., !, "'oTte (',: (ei ll hl ,. . ;.t. o;,t. r 1s',2. Purl;uri.; :, :. rntr ll,.i t the Town t Otlo ncil I if t ti!- a!;I. 111 rIguil!ar s-tiotn. Meitmbeir-< |rt-r= lit: sl'~ts. M11. ,L. liron 'clrd, Ailbrt !'i**nveiul, Robert Mart.in ;and J. if. l ,i, viinu. Ills l, 'iir the" M .ywir lbeinrg h:0nt: On a,'ti iif .Mr. t! tin  ul *+ ,llvlnded, M r. All..rt i:i.:,,,lu u - aj llinl ,d 1a yor pro t, n'. ;I "' d:i* . ', ien'll'l 'took te het:i l,';I ll u-i i l-l - + tr proceed 'ed with, a i i.: On oit!,':: , lI -iro, I ', t" the reading of the li :] ..: of tIh, li- n .i.tinig ias dispel',n., tI. fi., r'lhtlloving~ preani bles a l . . f1, , "in.-re introdutced by M r.. All1 it ti.: ..,. ,, ,viz: Whcr o" = r.o.,f the lpublic establish menlr t I.i Towii gilet tot nt'lt' e lati tude + till ir i ,at;trns a;nd the public in ete'llr r;l. :ilt] lihort-s comptl hi.tl n. h'ti libeen ll :Di that i tll .itt, eta bli -le nts. ioi ta" :in;, is carried on Iand ulgar i:n...

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. — 17 September 1892

THE WEEKLY EsSEN , OFFICI 1% , - .T l 1 , _ ,_ ,_._,_ , _,i,, ,..... . _ ,_ - J U S T I C E T O A L L . I. o Pt r Y e a r, I n v a rin lh v 1 " '! v 'c t . VL. VII. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, SElTPMBER I7, 189?. No. 0. -ignal Scrvicu \~ cather Signs. I \ (i'?. li , N'S. No 1. hi! .. I h.:ar or fair weather, Wo 2, lu a iiln raun oir snOW, No 3. white i:t;:, Ilack center -cold wave, No 1, black t iangular liag-tempera ture. When No .1, or triangular black flag is placed o,er No I or hllite flag, it means clear anl wartmer. ~rwhen placed below it meatn< esi, ar anl elder. When placed er lthe, 1, l'11 tl;l it Ill' s war mIer rain,i ai wh-nli II ot.v rain aniud(l colder. 1 l,.n II. " hite toig ii over the blue flag it It:i ii- fair ftilloweil by rain, and when the, bilt " 1i:1i, i· over the white nag, it mni,.Ilj rain folloed by fair weather. H fOTEL 7 3NZHAUD, 5 ,." .- ,t:01. : .tict NEW i(Ji, LANS, LA. Centraliy hi.'.,:i " I:,. , l tto,, Exchage. L~r ;, , .\ ir 1 ans. Take 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. — 17 September 1892

The \Veekiy Messenger. Published Every Saturday. --AT .T. MART:INVILLE, LA. ALBERT BPEN'ENUJ. " Editor and Propriet~or. 4rF1CIlAt JOU'RNAL OF TILE TPOWN OF' fir. MTINVJ'LLR. 7lSubscriptintl $1 00 t yetrlllh -ttsiuece. 4DV'RERT'IINGG'RA h'E. SPACE. Im  2ms 3 rs 6 thli '1 ae inch... 15 0 2 _50 800 .i 800 wo inchF· 2 .t 8f Y, 0 it 56, $'00'4100 Itreeinehe'; : 00 4 50 505#i10'l OG00 sour Inches 4 60 5 5E C 50 15250 2200 Pive inche rc. , 50 7 it 'lIl 2600 lx lches.. I4 00 1) 5) S50 'I 00 3000 naeeolurhth 1i,0 2000 t1404)1 5"00 7500 TrttP!ett ath"tslbr'taertta, 1jt cents per -aech for firs! itsertion; 50 rtuts for each ,ubsequenit itirerenon. Officiailor legSll hit'tisements, $1 per I luch for first inserf on; and 50 cents for %ach subsequent insCtIon. [t'Brh'f euanllllniel4)iotns upon subjects publit interest solicited. No attentidn spill be g~ven to dnllolnlcImus letters. CLU3BBING RAT':S. We hrwe iladlo ,rrnngementsa'by which Wve cart furnisth our readers with ehe dME~sENGER lan...

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. — 17 September 1892

Local News. Ladies."'r sqon -Miss Emilie Dupre of New Orleans is the guest of the Misses Durand. -The weather was winter-like this week. The mornings were 'excessively cool. -Cotton worms are said to have made their appearance in the neighborhood of Breaux Bridge, this parish. -Mr. Joe. J. Mistrot 'of Corsi ceaia, Texas, spent a few days here lat week, 'with his'cousin, Mr. *B. Aiitibert. --1Miss Delphine Viuutier after spbnding two 'months among us, rettirnied to her hothe ih Newr Or leans last Sunday. -The tower and tahk at the Oil 'torks is comlileted. Workmen tre now at work 'taking the 'con- C 'lectfions of the pipes and the " siprinklers. -The price of rice has fallen considerably during the last few days, which causes some disap,. pointment to the planters who had "succeeded in making splendid rice crops. -Generally by the midde of "September we begin to see some e 'cotton'come it town and sold to o the ginneries, but this year we C have not yet seen a single load (1 pass. It...

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. — 17 September 1892

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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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