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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 24 September 1892

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. OFFIVIAL JOURNAL oft. R anm. i. JUSTICE TO ALL. - SI.oo Per Yea, Intariabl" In AdvaltiU VOL. VII. ST. MAR tNVILLE, LA., SATURnAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1892. No. J1. Sinat Service Weath..r liana Signal Service Weather Signs. INDrcATIONS: No 1, white flag-clear or fair Weather, No 1, blue flag-rain or show. No 3. white flag, black center-cold r*ave, No 1, black triani.tliar flag-temlpea toure. When No 4, or triangular bladk flag Ia placed over No 1 or white flag, it mneans clear and warmer. when placed below it means clear and colder. WhIen plaeed over the blue flag it meane war tier rain, and when iblow, ratb and 'colder. W'hen the White flag is ovter the blue flag it means fNit followed by railn, and when the blue flag is over the White flag, it Mseanls rain followed by fair \eather. lOTIL DINICHAUD, 56 to 64 Oarondelet Street, NEW ORLEANS, LA: a.ntrally located near Cottuu Ezchages. Large and Airy Ioms. Take the street cars at the depot and ike driver will pust yo...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 24 September 1892

The '. ,,r. T S~T. '"1 . ... ALEERE .ENVENU, Eithr anal i',,prietr. OPIhCIAL .,ln - 1,l. 'iF T.EE TOWN OF A I;l E l I ,:I' N G ; R A TI'E'S . wov inreh..-. ~" n :,u 1 :,li 0(1, 1400 a Soar illl'hKtp 1 $11 :, 50; t; s01 12 ,G'20' s1) -I- t ,,ix hwiu h' ". 1i;11 1 7 , 511' 1 501i 300t O . .ie l ...l I it 4 i, 04',, 15(40 Tmnsiont adI\ ert limc nents, i!. cllts per tr.nh for first insertion: 50 erts for each iubseqiuelt i n~ert in.t Ol ial r l o lgal " l-rrt isemlients. $1 per I I inch for tirlt irw'rt ion; and 50 cents for i ilch stllbsh llu t ;insertion.ll ( Brief ,tumllllIll'ications upon subjects public interu.t siieited. No attention will be _iO n to a' e. vmornsl letters. -__ W e i . ;:. iil': l we clan f-ir .  r with the lEssE.-l I: I -i, 'Iu I i, ;i Mala;iy:iine'. publdhed iat :I-hin_' ,n I). I C., for the low (o-t if $1.2:, : Wa hail :il~, n:ale celubbing artnnge .menti nit that sterling agrieufltiral pa per, T'i'mE ''TExAS FARM AND RANCHI publishel4 at I)all'i, Texas. THE...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 24 September 1892

Local News. -Oh, that grand jury, what no %oriety! -The graud jury was the talk of the town these days, and bad 'and ugly talk too. -Mr. Joe. Gonzales, better known as Joe Canard, w&s buried -here Monday. -Was the grat d jury paid for its labors? Yes, and sonime of them amre t'elieved to haye, had double 'Pay. -Father Langlois paid a visit 'to Father Lavaquery, of Mande ".ille, 'vho i: said 'o b. quite seri 'oasly 'sick. --Ju(dge AlfreA lioman died at this Nslderiec in New 'OrlMts, at '4:30 o'clock Thtes, y 'morning. 'Juneo Roman was 'vied '68 years. --Cohrdrtess ir vails t6'h great leaeit in thin 'con'munity. There 'sre sdme men who do not seem to ltink they are the erual of the stir rfs. --5Soimn :repairs are being made ý~o the meeple cf the Cathoie 'chz',ch. It is quite a rsky 'and' ldangerdhs plece df work. -The late gtrind ji1ry that set 'at this term of court is regarded ,y' 1r people with the contempt aid inlignatio* of th e bh'mest ele ieit of this parish. -'Some 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. — 24 September 1892

The Story of Evangeline. Nearly all Louislnana chill) en have heard of the beautiafl bayou I' e. ~ hlich flove through the prettiest puortinlI of our State-perhaps some of my )young read era live on Its banks and play tiier tIhe grsat spreading oaks that keep the grass there so cool and plea;aint. I wi.sh we could all get togetnher undlr one of those shady trees and I co-lnd tell von the sweet story that a f,mau, laswt, named I Henry Longfellow, has written, I ut as I we lIve so far apart I shall have to make my pen speak for mine asnd when you ale t older you rmust read the potenl; you will like it all the better Iteea.se it tells so 1 mnucI aboulNt our owtn Loul isianna A great many years ago, before the American Colonnies He-amLnt. ilndeplendlent States, the little village nf lzr:nnd-Pre was settled in far-off Novai Scti;a hy a I number of French people called Ace iliane. There were a quiet, inn.dustritls I set, paying little heed to the wars which I were carried onl betweenn th...

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. — 1 October 1892

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. OFFI(1IAI, JO(U I NAL of lt. llarttn ll- - - oMart. JUSTICE TO ALL. . $I.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. V OL. V II. -I= ....... . ..... . - -- ST. MARTINVILLE, LA, SATURDAY, OTOBER , 1892. N. 32. Signal Scrvicc \Vcather Si,-rnc_____-- --____-___ - Signal Service \Wcather Signs. INIi' ATIn)N . No 1, white flag-clear or fair weather, No 2, blue fla rain or mnw. No 3. whitr :I.w . l n, k (itr -cold wave, No 4, black tiiangular liag-tempera. tore. When No 4, or tritannlar black flag is placed ove r Nu I our hit4 flag, it means clear and warmer, when placei below it man" hlear an!d enll(r. When placed over tll bhli, flagh it u.anl war mer rain, and ht I .n l,'!rw. rain andt eolder. llhen th wh!lite ILig i ter thei blue flag it nneaI: f:air folln,\ by rain, ahd when tIll Ii lig: i o\ver the white lag, it meanu rlit folluowed by fair weather. HOTIL D NýHAUD, 56 to C-I 1a. . NEW ORLEANS, LA. Centrally ;dt n:a Ct o.n: Exchage. Laurg ::n I -;i:; 1 ,,llas. Take the...

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. — 1 October 1892

SIT. .1ARTIN\II.Ii:. LA. i ALBERT B ENVENU, 1.1ý l ,.' :aull I'ri ,,1t1.1,r. .... tt I OFnI I U. .l-, !:\ ', . 1 F .i ll. Tuy t'. ,). '--1.. I i 1 - -.. . Al) \' LiTiiI' N. 1A1l.s. . . . . O ne inu , I.. l 7i 2"' ::,I, ' , .,ti S(l', l 'bhre,, ir,.!, . ". I i ' :,u 10 14 lotlr ( ;w Fot" i lh - III 3 1 1 I; .3"' 12 t !30 1 4 F ive iu h.... ; ;,'; 3';. 7 '3I Ii 0 2;1;K '1 Six i l1 -., tI;1 7 :0  0 I, I H :itlIl One '1i 1 ., I t 2!-'ul a ."t71 ) 73i0() I Itnc fr htl .t in, .rti ,lt; ,0 rt uts for ear SttbhssIn. , t in1 "'rt l'io . I. Olli,'rll ,r I",.d :it1 :1,is nenllnt,, $1 her t I 11 h fr lii -t inw ,rtion: :ta l .o0 cent- fur t , each sibl,,",;:' ;nt ti rtion . 1 t W ill hb "i ,t ' ,, a :u t;nI v lt etII I ,e ttc rs . - CL IlING RATES. t We haveIn made :arratnemiintsly t ticih rre caul flrn!bh our 'E:ul r' \with the b it~J.1ýt:ý eI :t: ,1 F" Ii i:M1 M :a g:ta zinie'. publi hes' at W ra'hington. i). 1'., for the f' low co-t of $1.2,. C' W'e halv ' :la-u mall, cintlhhini arranul...

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. — 1 October 1892

Local News. -Mr. Albert Rousseau is spen ding a week or so with his family. -Our enterplrising Merchant, Mr. K. Schwartz visited the city this week to buy his stock of Fall Goods, which is an elegant and complete one. See his new adlver tisement on the front page this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wn. . Esnrd, and Misses Amelie Molaison and Au gusta Ferraudon, of New Or leans, arrived liere Saturday last, to sp)end a few days, and are the guests of the family of _Mr. F. Bausseau. ---Grover ('levelanrd has launch ed his famous litter of ateCeltanc.ie this week; it seems to have reinvi gorated the democrats throughout this great union who are more than ever sure to elect him to the Presidency ft'r the second time. - A young child of Edgar Pi care, residing near Cade station, died of h dropholbia the early part of this week. The child had some time previous been bitten by a mad dog. which was the cause of the terrilde ending of the tn fortunate child. The family is very 1poor and in needy circum-...

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. — 1 October 1892

Tie \V\: kiy .t~sengr. ST. 1AR\ TIN\VILI.I LA. ALBERT B ENVENU, F.I ,,u r a md Itrl,;i,.tr. IOFF u. .1 J N II. F Iii. li 1'(V.\N OF r'. Tl itR l\ I .I.F:. p e l.,ri , 11;. 1 2 I r. :I l ill i , ''. AI)\V .,;l~l, N(\(: 1:\I'11.5. gl'\''iI;. I "11t :' 11 :1 7.11 1; I11ý 2111 O ne in ,h... 1 , n' - . oe' n o i ,Two in' , i ., .L ! n, 0 ' I I o I 1411 Fore" in, - ' a I :. , u 1 nn 1 inn IrOtIl iur'h,.- I nilt . ) t I; :.in' 12 ,1 ,1 "'111 F ive ij!1 h,,-. .,0,I i - :,1 i ll i 7 lt ln l S ix in 'h .. ;ul 7 - : :, . t loI l :111i( One . Il i n1o i ii 210i11 F 17,l 75t)0 T ll!lni,' ! , ,.ll i li ,l2ll 1 (II Iýf .i :, p1 Iln :1 f., tj't in rti, "n; :,ll r'.'nts for t'arh 1 1 'h '4q( ,l t 1 i in ,. rt lio . Oltil't or I..'.l l :l 4 p isezn itns $1 per 1 ini h ft"r fil"i ii:,'rli.,ri; tu l 11 c1.nitý for each Miih-I',jt' I:! il,' rt lill. 1C- lrirf 1 i'n. u nl4 ati. : ,. spun slbi e t8 14u1114 " iIe!'!''st s h'ic'l" . N o aitt'ntliol will 44 ''I 1", aiIlivniiu, I'tt,'rs. CL.UllNG( R.T\'....

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 1 October 1892

Local News. -Mr. Albert Rousseau is spen ding a week or so with his family. -Our enterplrising Merchant, Mr. K. Scllwartz visited the city this week to buy his stock of Fall Goods, which is an elegant and complete one. See his new adver tisement on the front page this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wim. Esnerd, and Misses Alnelie Molaison an(1 Au gusta Ferraudon, of New Or leans. arrived lIere Saturday last, to spelnd a few days., and are the guests of the family of Mr. F. Baussetl. - Grover ('leveland has hlunch-j ed his famous letter of aecettanlei this week; it 'seems to have reinvi gorated the dlemnocrats throughout this great union who are more tha1n ever sure to elect him to the Presidency for the seend time. -A vyng child of Edgar Pi care, residing near Cade station, died of hlydr,,phl',ia the early part of this week. The child had some timne pirvious been bitten by a mad dog. whiich was the cause of the terrille ending of the un fortunate child. The fiamily is very poor and in needy cir...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 1 October 1892

benefaiti r. ý i.ii.-; t [ r, I ; .li thee (11, tl i-~: : 1 , I ri " h,: I ,r ou. - sion withi t;, ,i' ' a: n wh; bii. is due sui.eriir 4*.l" ,it', ...' : l rI gard wvhih, -lhuInil i er II I hir ished fir .',I: . t r,.:t1i ..s . .\l mightiy , ,ollr:l. wit hrlit thl,1, iii tiih worh 'l ' ('. a 1. I . r,,tiii.l hilg: t with thee we cin dI ;u Illit.ing. X\hein siekntiss II"vs its Iji alsin lhind upon l thb, u ii n ýi i -,t i, r viIh. tfIr is the ti,'nlh t l'l lt . I itiI' I\ i iii l st skillful of phj si.iin.. :rol wh.In the last sti'ruhl iii' nietulitv is over, iIl ',, i ii ,l, n t,, tIi , alone, i, th. i ll 'i Ie of iIsttiU n('('. 'ail ?i,1ft11) tl',' tilrritw IfI t ,' uI gif stricken'l ril titiv,, . ,'r, t I mI ;ii ttlii cent mIII mI.I cvo i r oiu" s ';rai\,, with a l in 4 ,lpituIl,h t IlprlIttlate our i,'nIiry. .iiii 1vhil. Ilr., in the midtl t ,,f 1111i.-frrti lS:iam ,1 t111 ptatiol" (II life wi , lt re iel' h:r tl, a' cusc(d ,"t 'ril,, 'h.ulliht lb i(foret magistr(te; tili...

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. — 8 October 1892

E WEEKLY MESSENGER. -( JUSTICE TO ALL. o S.oo Pl'rr V :,,1r, Iva:riably in Adva :e. ST. M.I.1.',ý,\NVILI..E, LA., OCToBF R 8, 1892. No. 2 t :tSign r Signs. No I. I ir weather, No 2. N," . iiter cold N -. .Tr . -teI pera. ture. 11h .. " .LLuek hflag is 1 '. \ ,:i:,, I ig,, it 'mflI :* '. 11 jht,, bel, .r. WIIhel :plae :,, s war m er f, \.. I:ll :1IIl 'cold r the ith '' b' 1 ailt, !Ind t . - t u, hit, ,la.. . y fair 'Ce .. . i. age. Ta . t and ble dli *, :ia the Hlotl. 1 y ":'" . rI., we rn l It. n .. C -t IA ' -,(tý a al , ur4 . " ý"n ,ý· "t h;'.. .. . ..-. " L .r ',"d. " ,,ai ae.e " rlt· IP- I =, l, tl.r, Calla, 'I ., SCypr, ,. Cypr Cypr re. er.: ihip p r. . *' . ti rl l11..,o . l· et Or *ga pitlr 1 : .. ... - ' : Co. F orpri, .. . .. , i. ST. :. LA. Store rents * r> r thul - l ... -+> ©yan 1 T. - . -. . . r" I-.E LA. f rl , . ,i t - S .LRCY. l ..TERN. l":,, , "- '. r. h ,u e. ti " . ) . ' I ' . L , ni . CfS. C EFOi - LIVE -"Y . ' i - AIS THE OA NAT O OF. - - ------a-d Via-...

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. — 8 October 1892

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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. — 8 October 1892

T'he De Mlahy Case. Thile suit instituted by Dr. IH. de Inhlly gauiet the Southern Pacific Railroad Colpany, for .V25,000( damages for the accidellt which occured to his wife and child in June last, was conmmenc ed at i) o'cl,(ck Monday day of last week, andl occupied the court the whole week. There was a large number of witnesses for both sidles, each witness was care fully qluestinel by the able coun sels of plaintitfa :ial; d(tfense. Dur ing the trial of this suit a large lumbe'r of pe('ple, including Ia (lies. 'were nstantllty at the Court house to hear the evid(,nce that would (be given, and the opinion and conijectues oIl this topic was interesting. The jury after listoning several hours to the argnuments of the. lawyers retired to deliberate, and after a fitw minutes. brought in a verdict in favor of I)r. de Mahv, but r.,lmuingi the amount of dia mageýs iro'm k25,0I0) to $20,O tO. The case has ibeen appe'aletd to the upreInlc c(urlt for final delciion. Local News. -Th pl,ub...

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. — 8 October 1892

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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. — 15 October 1892

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. OFFICIAL JOURNAL ota.M_.,iu. u JUSTICE TO ALL. F I.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. )II. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER IS, 1892. No. 34. Signal Service Weather Signs. 'INDICATIONS. No 1, white flag-clear or fair weather, s 2, blue flag-rain or snow, No 3, white flag, black ceater-cold wave, No 4, black triangular flag-tempera. are. When No 4, or triangular black flag Ib placed over No 1 or white flag, it umens clear and warner, when plac ,' blow it means dear and colder. When placed over the blue flag it means war mer rain, and when below, rain and eelder. Whre the white flag is ov.I t . im elag it means fair followed by ralan, sad when the blue flag is over the white iag, it means rain followed by fair HOTZL DHNXICHAUD, 56 to 64 Osroadelet treet, NEW ORLEANS, LA. Oetraily loeeted near Cotton Echbagl Large and Airy boomns. Thke the street cars at the depot and ebs drirer will put you out near the ýebel. Jan 14 ly W..e seb.. Im e..e I. I. ATl 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. — 15 October 1892

The Weekly Messenger. Published Every baturday. -AT ST. MIARTINVILLE, LA. ALBERT Eci" Editr and I'ropi etor. OFFICIAL JOIRNAL OF THE TOWN OF ST. MA.RTINVILLE. 'stiWubicription $100 a 3ear in advance. AI)VEIRTISING RATES. jaiAcE. Im n  311 in 6 ma - --I-.---- - ne inch... 1 50 25)l 3 00 500 800 rwo iunlw, . 2 50 354) 450 800 1400 Three inches 3 ;( 4 50 5 50 1000 1800 Pour in'che' 400 5 50 6 50 1250 2200 Pive inc'hes. 500 6 50 7 53 1400 2600 Six inches.. GOo 7 50 8 50 1600 3000 )ae coluimn 1500 2000 2400 4500 7500 Transient advertisements, 75 cents per inch for first insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Omclral or legal advertisements, $1 per 1 inch for first insertion; and 50 cents for sach subsequent insertion. fyBrief communications upon subjects public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. CLUBBING RATES. We have made arrangementslby which we can furnish our readers with the Mes.CENGER and 'tilE Ilost. Magazine, published at Washingt...

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 1892

Local News. Wuk1WornContuuoun."v .w.c -Mr. Felix Berard, of Baldwin, was in town this week. -Mr. Dumas Hebert is in the city buying his full stock of goods. -The ginnery of Messras. Four net and Delahoussaye is in opera tion. -Mr. A. V. Fleming put up a scale at Broussardville, and one at Baldwin this week. -Mr. Homer J. Mouton, who now resides in Lafayette, made a short trip to this town last Satur day, to have a glance at our pret ty girls, so he said. A Grand Columbian Concert By the Pupils of Convent Schools. In College Hall Friday October 21st 1892 at 7, p. m. Admission 25 cents. Doors open at 6j. --Mr. Felix Bienvenu left for the Crescent City Sunday last. He will imss a few days in the city and will take in the French Opera and its immense pleasures. --The whether, though still very dry, has been quite chilly this week, which made our people feel as if winter is approaching fast and the cold season is upon us. - We have just received a full stock of stationary, those needing ...

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 1892

lolid Your Rice. It is high time that the planters consider the power which lies in their grasp. They plow, plant, and harvest and then at the close often throw away their crops. Each eager to get the first advan tage, all press like a flock of sheep over the precipice or into the wolf's dlen. It. is worth the while of every man to consider as to the money value of his crop. It is needless to expect "the uttermost farthing." hut certainly the crea tor of the wealth of a country has the right to and ought to insist on a fairly approximative equivalent in hard cash for work labor. At the present moment we have rice in mind ad(l we call attention to the utterance of the well-known authorities, Messrs. Dan Talmage's Sons, they say: "The condition of the rice market is simply de. plorable; while there is a large crop, larger than in any previoun year, it is going to be frittered away at very much less than its real worth. This is due to the fact that planters do not know of or care to ge...

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. — 22 October 1892

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. OFFICIAL JOURNAL of' t. Martlmville. ... . - .rt. JUSTICE TO ALL$. *$.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. VII. . ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1892. No. 35. Signal Service Weather Si-ns.  -- -, INDICATIONS. No i, 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 I 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 the white flag is over the blue flag it means fair followed by rain, and when the blue flag is over the white flag, it means rain followed by fair weather. HOTIEL D3INI HAUD, 56 to 64 Oarondelet Street, NEW ORLEANS, LA. Centrally located near Cotton Exchage, Large and Airy Roomse. Take the street cars at the depot anad the driver will put you out near the...

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 October 1892

The Weekly Messenger. Publihshed Every Saturday. -AT ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. OTrICIAL JOURNAL OF THE TOWN OF ST. MARTINVILLE. 0Subscription $1 (H) a year in advance. ADVERTISING; 1:ATES. SrtA.Ic. I nat "n :n2 m in s 1 Oneinech... 1 o 250 3i00 50 800 Two in,-ehe- . 2540 :3. ) 4 )0 (() 1400 Threei hal'- 3 00 40 34554 10)00 1800 Four in,.he. , '400 3.W )  0t 125, 2200 FiveinIhe.'h. 534 t;.4) 754) 144K 2600 Six inhe..s. 1 *;o" 7.0 1 t 5 1M00 3000 One'column 15(00 200) 2100 45(00 7500 Transient advertise'ments, 7 relnts per inch for first insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Ofcial or legal advertisements, $1 per 1 inch for first insertion; anlld 50 cents for each subsequenlt insertionl. T"Brief communications upon sulbjeet public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. CLUBBING RATES. We have maade arranagemnentsiby which we can furnish our readers with the MassBnagK andl' TuHY. ,Ho Magazine, published a...

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