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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 22 October 1892

Local News. RrBIa,Bader, BmilmtWa, .. -Pig feet just received at Geo. Eastin's. Best quality at the low est rate. -Miss Marcelite St. Germain made a trip to New Orleans this week to buy her stock of milline. ry goods. -The St. John and Keystone are in full blast now. Everything is running smothly and satisfac torily on both places. --Governor Foster is quite ill, I and confined to bed since several I days. There is nothing, however, i serious in his condition. C -See the new advertisement of r George Eastin which appears on v our title page this week. -Mr. Dumas Hebert of the ti firm of J. O. Hebert & Bro., re- n turnad from the city this week, n with a splendid stock of goods. - A gang of painters are now t at work painting the depot and other buildings belonging to the Railroad. This is a needed im. provemnt. ei -Mr. O. J. Durand, who has a m fine cane crop, believes his plant ti4 cane will average 30 tons per acre. ar If this is so his crop will bring th him handsome 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. — 22 October 1892

Victoria Wood Hull-Martin. The Female Suffragist Candidate for President Arrives in New York -She Will Take the Stump. New York Oct. 16.-Victoria Clafln Woodhull-Martin, the can didate of the Women Suffragists for the Presidency of the United States, arrived here from her Eng lish home on the Etruria, which, after a nignt at quarantine, reach ed the Cunard dock at 7:30 this morning. Her husband, Mr. John Biddulph Martin, a London banker, who is a Warld's Fair commissioner from Great Britain, accompanied the American presi dential candidate. They were driven to the residence of Mrs. Martin's sister. Mrs. Dennis O'Hallaran, where she was seen by the reporters. The lady said she felt in the best of spirits, her health was excellent and she was eager to step on the platform or stump once more, after sixteen years of retirement. To-night she said Mr. Martin and she would leave for Chicago to attend the ceremonies of the World's Fair dedication, where her husband would represent the Briti...

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 October 1892

E WEEKLY MESSENGER, N JUSTICE TO AL.L. sr.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. S.. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAy, OCTOtER 29, 1892. No. 36. .....l l  ... ...... ... mmmItoIN l t: v : La. I ..R B ARE. 1 - C; te. 'W RE TH: ~ E flrST jiiI2H3 F- :zc cN oss, 1. i;t: rk'rns, Hi '-- RI. hr"H-lr 'rn, u Ioo ll.I Y . " g o r r a tle " i " w.tp , 11· g 11-ro we ru as rert.J Anrl-& " t You can re -r Pmra ·ttip~~h·J..·) j*· i i ?UUPIso 111.1141 to the wort.d SI b~..y4 1. A. t" .a "" , MT gosc. r f f ý":s..Il' v .{i . Merttl wl "ý.ý. -` oca.If + 'Yr. - nh. .11 A~ * ". rv,.3:4 F'UI .II.n ..np. ..Io.. w'g. Ee~And ~ - NVii I L .O- allahan & Lewis Mfg, Co., ·lIi rinaU).~ P'ATTERSOIN, LA., u: *uri i sot 11:tount, til~ tile tol. 1 ('} in i'i .t" n, *ttr .V ter Tanaks. f 1'}ion' *.uth 11411 antit HIipaI 4. `':I r· 8iI li'" tWxitkr (,tort'" 11 n;;ý 1ý :.;t~i i· i r l rumps ( !trf'rr >; a'ill , 'u;r.Iig Fat1Sdn g. t. ,4 t 1 1" Lit StIq-kl4 and call __ fhi. I:I pr' I~j. 1..t"1. I ;;u e saceoicited....

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 October 1892

The W-ekly Messengcr. I bl ,ihh,,l *I , v .ý.'urda. 8T. 1:"lRI l I'\I 1 LL1, LA..\ '" ALBERT BIENrVENU, IE:lA ,, .1t1 ,11. .t ' i'Il" r OV cAI... -16i ,U N % tL i1 I I11: " I ,ANj ,, .T. 1 1tit NVIIa .. A. IE .l:.' , I;.1 L S ('it . I l1 I , I1p I ll- I! Qaue il't ..n I v  2 ,0 " . 1 11 I) 600 (h ree ill , , 5" ,n _lA ()I t l IS(1 N I e 11) 111(1 h.;N) oi n, ln . 1,11 7 , 50 16it 0 3000) One,'thlua r I: , l3" 21 , 4".0n' 7500 Trajs i"t ,iý ' Irtl. 'u1, t ,, ,' Sits per 1 leh for tilt in., r'.t. iii0 ,11 t) fC1"r euhu epubltrlnit ti n'tIcl I. i : tlt l Ollttl l b i l , ;ial .,,til tl,"l* nt b. I eir W inch r f 1ilt I0itirI 'te ll, ltllt I, Ce Ittl fori K lc.h Sl d b ,"tle l lt i MIU; i' MOlg. . Hr1,.f 'r m ninu nltl a'. ,utl ', u ,,in u l,* bth ct. public iutclest iso l i0t1o1 . Not 1ttntillon will be ' given t,, .t 'r,I i i : ru,, I.tt alU . CI.I IBIN(; R.\ITE:S. WVe have mltls.e at r:untn mlentl4bV " whih' .we can furni1 l "iuri AI:uers A i aI the: Me ENg I-tA. a dI t. 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. — 29 October 1892

Local News. ForBlood, Bladder, BlllousnU,IW.W.C -Nice fresh pigs feet just re ceived at George Eastin's grocery store. -The tirst frost of this season! made its apIlarance Wednesday morning. -In the lino of canned goods, George Eastin has the best and freshest assortment. -George Eastin can sell you your flour from one to one hun dred barrels, as cheap if not chea per than any one else. -Silver star baking powder with prizes at Geo. Eastin's store. You get a prize with overy box you buy. -Mr. A. V. Fleming has re ceived a stock of coffins this week, and will hereafter keep a full stock, including trimmings etc. -Cool weather this week is re minding to the people that winter is coming upon us fast, and ice may be expected at any moment. - Deputy Sheriffs T. L. Brous ; sard and Edwin Gueriniere left Monday, Iast for Jackson, with Miss Bernis and Mrs. James Coles, who were interdicted, to place them in the insane asylum. -We direct the particular at tention of our readers to the ad ver...

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 October 1892

SN'w o prlitia I roub -cle Sine( .;jt.1 \r~ --h tiý~etvteWi"IM :.w. ,:!1 hoot DE- fcu i rti nd thr alocrl ptcd one TIt tl ritririr tit' it ^n'fýl. t1:3l. it~ W1Y "'i th . %(r rt;,yt 11 . In w7h1 t (It,- v I. ii tltt f illt hln1 t" I - 111 t11i11111 ;II'I 111 'il rit it T hle fur h ltli.' t ' li5 'i1I a tltt' l 'ii tt. 'r lv \, \"t S ti,,ot utid t l \n , friend hip. p [u l w 3tt ti hc, I ttl n,} ted for t'. JI- I, t ,, at t i, m a, jrritie . si 1's t .rt' :ii e1ituher urit voted pr' , of their own li p lthe siome ticket t thawt tfen' wit; y wrii:' voting. n iht t lit. : ti,,. Niv' t bier n th y,,f -the nteroes C TI >l at t,) kntowa how to it: 1:1 . "'It t.:.':ain. The whlite v l tij.g for ono 4)' three c ach e.adidate will ht'it t uvote. Ac naw po- t will pres.,tnt itself.t S. it the euire the wisdori of bti hle the whitct \'1:1 . tif thi i ct to get a turn1 ut ;,t ti . vote and not do lt1i n lre tac'of the 1)emo %1 at , 1.1 Above allo things, oi the adState caill antr thf l with ...

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 November 1892

E WEEKLY MESSENGER -"1.ý - JUSTICE TO ALL. $I.oo Pcr Year, Invariably in Advanc. .V,,m.. \'1 ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1892. U'ri O m I " . NEV! r2iE! -EYI ULVA8, MAIN l7P~, L!EA a AILROAD. Z~. U~~c:~,La. CRCi I~z;I': s 1uA j *w r t 'Yf+ ý Paul '- 'z, `R rkct Hi /· - a. r".-Te h me t- a nt x'' c.. 7 .F: ". tJ9 . calhb al IC.,,nr ii' .. .. -j~l~ Fo " lijI. the tol k. " 1, ^/ . u. h.I e:ir . t Cy 7r ri \py. e t r, e t. _ i Y ,"n"t b 111 k St,:or'" "ýe rr uyoe C - r Ff11 11091"·. l cu `C -- _ ' " Ck-1 <"L n. rant S2. 1lce r dcir tl C'C M11 ." r.r : . I:. "r y,"ire nts L"r - .J I i' "! ic t. wow .O .J Fo r i: . t . th t ± LA ii i.1a4, C-rt: ,.- , Up.r· j,1 1,1 1(1". Cypre r ' I L'raekl tý, etc. el··r ( U ('in. in<. IDI t N Ml: aa sdng l;". ' ru: , , c.I; 1''~" tl · aand ca ri- ·'.C~iSTERNS.~" · ýt i ý ,".:" ". ý'ý';, . " :c llcite{L~ i%'L :.y t . :. . ;I itsta ion ' I .]. r RA SI 'are , tl. 1ý r r r . ý i ' C l - -' r ~ Il' lU~!·.C ..au.; eindE u r; i; yr '··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. — 5 November 1892

The \Vcc(kly Mcssc-nger. l'ubl;l, d Eve.ry Sat: rday. -AT- ST. MAR'TIiNVILLE, LA. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and lrop,,ri'tor. OFFICIAL .JOl'ItAI., oF THE TowN OF ST. M.IRTINVILI.E:. 7 i'Subsi'rip1 ion $1 I) a year in advanIce. AI)VElT'I'1SIN(• lA'1'ES. s*.tack:. 1 Iin 2Ii.te 3 m ; 1i n 1 One inch... I 1)0 2. . :i IM o (1 s ,1 Two inch.li 2 t ;i 5.0 I 0I S I i4) I.IN) 'hre. ii'he - I It I . :, 5l 3 III H 12 (HI) 1'Four inm u'h I I )1 .: :,I .I I 12.0 221) Five ii.hi'. 5. oo : ;l o 7. f I I IN) 24K) iix in h'o .. H0;I 7,11 S I; 1iiM)1 30(4 ) OUnZ Il ,imimin 1 i)11 2011 11 2 I00 . 15. I h 7500 Tran;llSi tlll aIdvrtisli nt:,lll lll ' cent pll e " inch for ir.t in . lrtioni ; 0 cints for each su i, innt in II rtiln. Ollicial or Ii-.Il adv\ rtislle nt.s, $1 per 1 inch fir first insertion; and 51o cents for eaCrl lbsilqluell t inser iOn. L7llrief ci nummnications upon subjects public ilterest solicited. No attention will hb given to anonymluous litters. CLUBBiNG RATES. We have made arrange...

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 November 1892

 -- _ - • l _ NUm llmmmm Lrraturm. In giving the figures of the fraud of the Patin box last week, we made an error, the box con tained 101 votes instead of 91, and of the 101 votes (lardemal had (i and Rlies 95 acco)rding to the re turns of the commissioners, I,ut the votes in the box showed that Gardemal had received in said box 36 votes and Rees 65. Gar demal was honestly elected Iby eleven votes, but he was robbed. Local News. - District Attorney IR. F. Brou ssard was in town Monday. -- Mr. Felix Bienvenau returned from New Orleans Wednesdap. -- B;reaux Bridge gives an en tertainment on Sunday the 13, inst. - Mr. Martin Voorhies of New Orleans made a short visit here Monday last. --Denmocrats remember the Pre sidential election takes place Tuesday: hear in mind that every 1 vote counts. -The ME.SSENGER is the paper r in which to a1dvertise your busi- F ness if you want to do a rushing C business, try it. -The magnificent Grunewal F Hall situated on Baronne street, a New Orleans,...

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 November 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. — 12 November 1892

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER, OFFICIAL .)JOURNAL of St. M1rtiurilleA _ _ -_`_ - - JUSTICE TO ALL $ r.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. VII, ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, NOVE.BER I2, 1892. No. 38. SIVW amn lli - NEW STORE! GEORGE LOVAS, MAIN STREET, NHE BIARID. St. Martinville, La. CROCERIES. pg HARDWARE, TINWARE, GLASSwams. NOTIONS. GOODS ARE THE BEST AND THE PRICES THE LOWEST. ju12n Pays the Highest Market Price for Black Moss, Egg, Chickens, Hi des and Wool. . We Pmeeb---e willl Solo 70 * theo etesode Mheaena wm. Ne ___ . . w bee f p ,omJ. , o , r.. . I or Ca a n Shot &L enw as.l wehg, t.i ýoºn. New I. th. tire.. Dely Me ad leel . 1 .0 P tt.P er~ r' w rite ag can e- . A dd n SU, w o lowing building material. Cypress Cisterns and Water Tanks. Cyprese Sash Doors and Bihnds. Cypra Moldiag, Brack&w ts. efC. te re and olil e fixtures. Cypress Wnidow and Door Frames. Cypress Ceiling, Flooriog and Sidla. Remember we carry big stocks and tcaste We pay the freight to your station...

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 November 1892

The \Veekly Messenger. 1'ubl)hod Everv s-atorlay. AfT ST. 1MARTINVILLE, LA. i ALBERT PIENVENU. Lditor awld 'rprle'ie r. ,OIOCIL .JOCRI;tL OF 1tL TlowN OF .T. M| \RTT'i: I.LE. { A1)VEITI' -IN 1 A I; I'.;. aro \lr . Im n letl3 Ii JI n1 1 vone in,'h... I -" '0 :0J i ,0, n Two inch ., 2 l-: : 10 i 5I ,0 00(I 1 40) rbre,' i h ; 0 " 11 1 :*, , .,0II III, I a 1 Four il' h,."4 I iNi ,.,1 $ 511H 1 , 2 21K 10 Five iu,'h,ou . l , , ; 01 7 .01 1 ) 1o 20hN) 'lx inche, .. itJ20)I .,n, . :,j 1i 0 3000 O n e ,'o lu mlnI 1 111 ' 24 0 1' 20 I) . (1 tO 1 I )1 7500 Trafsi.'ni I dvei 9rt i'll,'¶n' . ', c.'nt~ per I inch for linit ithrtiots; 50 ie.ta for eachil Ollicial or I.gal adllv.lli'nl entsC . $1 per I inch fir tirst insertinn:; and 5i) cnts for each iubselqulint itsertion. "7'Brief olmmunications upon sunljects public interest soliditad. No atteution will be given to anonmlous letters. CLUBBING(; RATES. We hnavr made aTr:rangeIentlsby which we cian fIuriih "or readers with the ME.;E1n tiaIt l'i ...

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 November 1892

Local News. --Quite a hbavy rain fell Sun- I 'day last, that brought cold weath 'or t --fl you want a good suit that p will last, buy it from J. O. Hebert t -A state hank has been organ. t ised at Morgan City with a capital pi of $25,000. Operations will copa- s mence next month. a! -If you want to save moIev, an buy your goods from J. O. He- m+ bert & Bro. --The people of Abbeville are tin rejoicing over the completion o e w Railroad to that )lsce. is s branch road will be in operation shortly. -Call at J. O. Hebert & Btr., for your hats they have what you want in style and prices. The District Court civil docket Hot civil terms opened here Monday, tr with Hon. Felix Voorhie, presid t ing. Judge Voorhies intends to et clean the docket of its few cases trac at this sitting of the court. we -Read the new advertisement b of J. O. Hebert & Bro., on the body first page, you will see that they to p mean business. o b -Mr. Louis C. Duchamp was Job quite seriously hurt Tuesday...

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 November 1892

In Dread of the Mafia. Was -S Louis Globe-Democrat. "Since the New Orleans massa- Perhaps cre the Mafia has dropped out of Ga' sight, but is far from being ex- Gre tinct," said R. E. Stanton at the .1t. i. - Lindell. "That afair in the par- "I be' ish prison taught it caution, and Don F It appears to have put up its mur- Oliver derous knife and pistol until the anian, indignation subsides. I have re- 1853 I mons to believe, however, that its and, in murderous work is not done, and other : that it is but awaiting opportuni- and Hr ty to add to the long roster of its huntinj victims. The Mafia is composed above of the worst class of Italians and Hudso Sicilians and numbers among its sharp 1 members men who would commit "The murder with as much nonchalence the riv as they eat their suppers. I have the g a friend who, four years ago, in- landed curred the displeasure of the or- had bl der. Since that time his life has and of been twice attempted. Two of suppe the men most interested in ...

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 November 1892

TEWEE$KLY MESSENGER, _ JUSTICE TO ALL. $ 1S.oo Pr \Yar, fnvairially in Advance. ''-." - "... . ..-,, ST. M ARTINVILLE, LA., ATURI)A\Y , N VEMBER 19, 1 92." N KI y ' mA.. .. ... . No. 39. SVOAS, S A7 RAILROAD. i: .e, La. .... RDWARE, r tJW ARE, i CASSWARE G0: 2 '~.,.IIE BEST PIC2LS THE L '. ju123 ,,s v - t Market F. " o:ack Moss, .. '-.: kens, Hi wall tech yo 4 " - - " -. or , and t ar . .  . . f.. " . "' .:,?.  P T ', ,.d oU*,* Ci..mg Ll MfC . th d~miter . Wal I ' €,a , ed cllnl ll-l ,b, - . -.a,+,, oulr .b at, I e : .., - ,. ... -',, ýi' "yr` l * c lf , 1' , ll. l ' " ui the t ol .. l I . :. g "' ad S *idig. Or "  atIr s ion. a . S. . F prl e 'i, •y N llT a, nlda IIr VEILLE, eA. E3 " : . : s Fo tPa mes o r (t---- tiring E d ywuS a*', a nd i c an ,r, , , ,: olo, r es. roi d ToRnCY, Famuctc. ' :I Si OF:. .lo E reCnd d n a , + .I ) y rE ta ti on . n,11,.t CRNr a, , :(,ýu ,I, their chil-, ".d d :. .. . refine Edu- n (fll fuear -. 3. - INI ,LpL ,, 1• Ii:,ta t era, -., " , L...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 19 November 1892

A1 - ST. ,I.-i1I \ I.l. LA. ALBEkT ,:1 EV'NU 0.. ' .I , . 11 I I'',, i. -t AI)V IIl-111 NI, h~l: 'I." 51,\E'1-'. 'I ii 2 t,- ';in- ; iii-'I O n e ill . . ! ; , t it ; i' l .ll 5 i T wI' oi n il 1 ' . . 7, ,i 1 ' 1i I l1 11 ( rr, st i en .'l ... .; ' I t 1 3 ,, J .I I pII l ll Four ii, , i 5' , I - '  , 12 -) 222a1 I FISve i n :,".. i, i'n 1,0 I i 00 ,lltN , S ) ix il . or 'L 7 0 - ' .'1il 'It; $1 p: rI1 O nie, t.,illt llu iI ." 15 1 "1 ) + 2' )X1' 1 ' II lql| 1 ;,1 1 ' )t) T ra n'Iti,,i 'It .,, i.'l'+- 'l+ 'it*. ('I- I ' l ' )I|' t SIlinc h r il . t i n 'ti: tot ,i cent; for I t each th ! I -'u't I:, .ri n. W itr. Ie..erv 110sio s u on nhjects I pools,h , r'"i- t "Ihey .I.. \" :tttention we icanl furi-ltn- 'or ire:il "ri - ith tfie M tlI sFN  l~ l ::i t' t ' Ih I~,''i,'I . Il ýt la i e p ubli- ,'fa t 1 '.,' u m i'n t I), ' ., h f iorll the low e"-t "f S1.25. We bWie :it-- Mals ,lhshbin Z arrange mnenu \\hbIli-it -t'stlin; a-ricultural pa per, 'I'lt. 'i \.k-' I ulnt AND ilANill...

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 November 1892

Local News. W , WornCestltto0Ds ,,tW.w.C -Miss Corinne Winchester ar lived here last Sunday to spenj a few days inl town. -Mr. Felix Bienvenu made a visit to Charenton this week, to see his friends and relatives -Miss Corinne Boudreaux, of Grand Coteau is on a visit here, the guest of the Misses Labbe. rBlood, Bladder, BfllousnessW.C. -The circus is coming and the little children are happy. They i are counting the days when it will be here. -Mrs. Louveaiu, mother of Mrs. t Alfred Geoffroy, died in this town, at the residence of Mr. Geoffroy, Saturdtlay last. --Mr. Jacques Wahl is the new I clerk of Mr. J. B. Ferran, in his dry gds store. Mr. Wahl is said to be an expert in the dlrv goods line. -Our street lamps are now in full opcration, and are giving ,'n tire satisfaction. The contract for lighting same was awarded to Mr. m Ludger Fuselier, who was the J. lowest bidder. His bid was 829. Cl per mnonth. Co -Antoine Martinet, son of a Pierre Martinet was cut on the tight eve and in...

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 November 1892

P'olice Jury. r i"xtrtitil RIegtular '." t i;g if thl' Police Jury of t: . l';: i4h of I t. Martin, held th Nov. 7th l1 st2.d Tl'he itl tinig wa- t'icllhed to order at 10 i-l o'clock a. Iin., this day. be The' It'll .was icalhtd, the following t DanuL l nllt.ll ,rs 'were pr' ent and an- c; sw ri to t:.ýi: ' " . ](oij. E. A. Diu- la chamlp ' iri -l i t !:1. \li-rrs I.llthe'. (iuil- 1 biatll,. ti:ill , ;.11 lui t i , tiasellt Cha-. It fillut'kl':-i.t '1h,' nut:-l ; ~vie hOwn real amid i p- .11 lr;,ý;t !. ti 'i + 'l :ul :;itlte ag;al : ted a't li t W 't't- V ing t,. . \1 11it( h the '- rt! ! iI with t I the I'arI ; ret:.-iurer, through Mr. lu- !1 champi t ri part that a qtuietu was ijsuledtl iz to tit"h i lif. the bsheriff lhaving settled ti with the sid ('nCouittee as per follow ing . tatn mant: A. Dr. 1'I lI)u linqutlt:t list $1t15,38 of Suppl',nental list h.t,,l 11 Int1erest 25,115 Io Cr. liu edu'l titIll t2I;,t t fit Pro'ty ,,l toi state 1n,0 13N,:0l Iit (linittel friom Parish 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. — 26 November 1892

THE EEKLY MESSENGER. .. ----I N. - JUSTICE TO ALL. . .oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. . . ST. MARTVLL, LA., SATURDA, OVMER 26 1892. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1892. No. 9C NEY7 STORE! SLOVAS, MA ii 'TRE'ET. FEAR RAILROAD. S:. Martinville, La. GROCERIES. :`'' ,HARDWARE, . TINWARE, (~:~ GLASSWARE. NOTIONS. GOODS ARE I:E BEST AN2D THE PRICES THE LOWEST. ju23 Pays the Highest Market Price for Clack Moss, Egg, Chickens, Hi des and Wool. We Pr.ueb-Te Practlse Ia /A c~I;,q "- an t ,, -  the, w11d a.-m d .1 ,, a it .ll e h ,0 o0 S a/ ,ser. flla,  ~'& L ,wis HM , C.,. Fl  . . t o the towort ; r" ' 1"''. "i oer-s. . n we, ".. "*-.,.t. 5,,-s r .- -, ri dla. Ca'Ihan r. L tws Mfg, Co.,nl WI py t E f i , PATTERSON, LiA., hior adi tauithg toPaterial. Cypr, : i:,r ann atir Tanks. (rn .: .. I .. .nd re ine d a. Cin. r-o h ui t m s rhic"l. .etc. al m 'tAl era o.fic izrAs. ('rLi'r,: ;-iiug, 1Fh riag and Sidini. ' - + ry big . toe'ks and earn W pay t fright to your un C...

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. — 26 November 1892

The \VWekly "3[esscnmner. I'uhllh,."l L:. rv ',urday. -1 - ST. IMARlIN \\I-,1 , LIA. ALBERT CENVENU, F:,.,r .t ,t 'I' ,io itor. OFFICIAL .li, !t'iN. F 'II T olE "lO N OF taT. .iRNVII.I:. Sailb,'ailjt I lil 00 a.% ear in advance. A I).V 'I:l'INI; IVtATEL'. Mr r'E. t I it '2 to 3 In-1 I1s 1 Onein .. 1it 1:, 3º :4 1 00 oson Two inh .. : , 3 a.i 4 Jl 8 0011400 rbhree inll h, :: a 1 : 50 0 1 10 lO l, l) Four lih 1 l il 71 3' oil 125,0 2200 Five in uh,-", 5,, ,; :,,i 7 Sni 11 o 24;i00 Sii in.h .-.. ! i 7511 .:.l : 16 llt 3(10 One celin 15i 20 !,l ht21 00! 41, 00, 7500 Tranasiant al aartis,'aaall , 3 centsi pler Inch for lirat ii.itioti; lou cents for each subseque lit iii.r otll. Olhial .r ,le.a l advlrtiaaluents.$1 per I itlch f ft lirlt iicrti i t; anid 50 cenits for 1eac h s lb . aji ,llu t i -rl ti , . AT'lIrif a' ,onu nication s ulapont subjects pnuilic i:nt 'r," t stl.cited. No attenltion will be given to anonlailll'ius let ters. CLUBBING RATES. We hllave tIl:ade arranelanlle...

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