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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 20 November 1886

* TIE W EEKLY UUN81UL811. I o00 JUSTICE TO ALL. 81 oo. VOLUME I. ST. MARTINSVILLE, LA. NOVEMBER 20th. 1886. NUMBER 39. THE MESSSENGER. - -- -- --- The Butcher's Kove. It is said that two, at least, of the a three butchers, in town, have decided to k put up, each a private market. If this etetermination is carried out, the the cor poratio'revenues will be deereas, about t f ur or five hundred dollars a year. As the total revenues are under three thou uand dollars it is seen that the proposed v move will be a heavy blow to the cori.o p ration exchequer. For a town of this size (nearly 2,0JO souls) the revenue now u collected is inadequate to meet the im- o provements needed. Clipp off one-fifth iI and we camnot very well see where neces- f sry public improvements will be possi- p be. We do not know if the town ordi- p rnnee forbid the selling of meat outside t uf the eorporation market, but inasmuch j as the Supreme Court decided recently 0 against the town council of New Iberia j 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. — 20 November 1886

THlE JIES,ENGiER. P'ul,'hhed Eve: y Saturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors: Id 'roprietorrs. ['lbebcription $1 (Ni a ear in adlvance. AIDVERTITSINS RATES. si'ACE. 1 n . 2 a is 3 lw 6 nls 1 yr. One inch... I ,0 2 MI 2 .)I 4 01. 7 () 'lwou inc(heIs. 231 2 73 : i 6 5. ) 10 )5) 'Three inchei ";15º r 141 413t) 7 , 12 (0 Four eches. 373: 4 25. 4 751 $311 14 N i Fivel. inhe. 4 23t 4 75 5 25 10It) 1t1) Six inches.. 52.; 57, (253, 11 00 1xs,) Onecolumn 900 900 10,0 151o 1 231)1 Transient advertiseennt., 76 ~e.nts 1"r .ncb for first insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Official or legal adlvertisements, $1 Iwr It inch for first insertion; and -50 cents for each subsequent insertion. It'Bricf cmmnunincatiuns upon subjects of public Interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. Here Are Developments. An Expert Affords a View of the Insi4e. The Item was accosted on Carondelet street by a gentleman who has been con nected with the cotton trade in almost...

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 November 1886

7--- .. . . . --- - - Published Every Saturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. tTSubecription $100 a year in advance. How Negro Sufaag3 Came. Mr. Blaine does not comAine succ'.es fully his two avocatiou of hiwtorian and stump speaker. In his spieeh at 'Phila delphia he protfessed to give the true his - tory of the enfranchisement of the free doa. He represented that the Republi can leaders practically saidl to Vte : Such ern people. You have a very large number of men without education suddenly made free They need education, they need expe rieae, they need training; and we will readmit you into the Union and leave that question for you to solve your self. This is what the Republieans should havesaid. What they did my, and re quired the Southern Statesaeeept is re corded in the Fifteenth Amendment to the Constitution. The rights of the citizens of the Uni ted States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any stateon account of race, co...

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 November 1886

THE iIE&S EN\GER. Published Every Saturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. O7?'ubeeription $100 a year in advance. The Care of The Vanderbilt Pillions. The New York correspondent of the Philadelphia Times writes: The care of the Vanderbuilt Millions is a far greater burden than most people imagine. There are not many eltizens in our country who require a great bank and safe depoeit company of their own in which to trans. act their own business and deposit their securities. Probably the largest bank ing business in the city of New York, de voted exclusively to money changing is the Lincoln National Bank, up at the Fifth avenue and Forty second street This belongs to the Vanderbilts, and is near the depot of their railroad, so as to be close at hand. This Institusion holds millions of money and many more mil lions of securities which represent their wealth. After the old man died his pro perty was divided among his children it was no mall task to go over the sa...

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 November 1886

TIE fuL MEU i588UUil. $100oo JUSTICE TO ALL. sI oo. VOLUME I. ST. MARTINSVII. LE, LA. NOVEEEM R 27th. x886. NUMBER 40. Which Pays The Best. N,twithstanding the adaptability of this section to the raising of fine stock those engaged in this branch of industry can be counted. Its costs but little more to feed and take proper care 4,i blooded stock than it domes for scrub, so sys a gentleman wht has experience in the matter. But, due to free grazing grounds, where stock is permitted to roam and multiply without any care whatever, has tended, in a large measure, to draw attention away from the profits that would accrue I,y raLiung fime stork. These ope.U prairie lands will be taken up, sooner or later, thus compelling those who depend on them for their stock, to s'ek other modes, and when this day comes, there cnn be hut doubt that the business will receive that notice necessa ry to make it renumerative. A gentleman who has been raising llooded stock for the past few years, told us. tha...

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 November 1886

THlE lJl  S'EN(IVER. 'ubhilhed Every .aturday. UY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Elitors an, l'r,,l,rit'r,.r --utlhcrijpti.n -i 1) a it'irt I1 a.I~v;tilP. SPACE. 11 IIn "2It . ' :1 - I ":'. .iOnl, ucih.... I ",o , 22ri l " 4l.I 7 i 7 'T'wo inche .. 22--) ' 7.i : 21 film ' l Threeineh,- ;:"io 3..14,0 i 4 ii 7 0 l . Four iclihes I :17 I -12 1 7-5 :' 14 I Five inlielh. 12 4 7:5 525 Jts IWtU O Nix lanwis.. 525 57-7 12;5 11 40) 1 "i One lt'cilliin 9)t !i )001,10(t, 1500 it) 25 l) Transient advertishini.ts, 75 cent. 1.r .nch for first insertionI; ')0 cetis for eich1 suibseluent insertion. Official or legal advertisements, $1 per 1I inch for first insertion; au.! .50 Cents f(ir each subsequent insertion. t7Brief coinmnunications upon subjects of public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. The South and the Presidency. The St. Louis Globe-Democrat refers to the fact that the Democracy has not se lected a succe1ful candidate for the presidency from the South since P...

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 November 1886

THE ME88ENGER. I Publihed Every baturday. EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. -Subeription $100 a year in advance. AIRTED. The Fictitious Siuer of Charity This forenoon Sergeant B louln, eom manding the seveth precinct esaused the arrest of a woman who represents her self as a sister of charity and Is known by the name of Sster Mary Benedict. Some days ago this woman was denoon ced in the Morning Star as an Imposter who was wearing the at illment of a sister of Charity and elaimed to be such without having any authority. Sergeant Bionin located the woman on Valmont street between Constance and Laurel streets where she kept a small private school. He Instrsdted o eer Gais to make an affidavit against her for I obtaining money under false pretenses Some days ago Recorder Keller of the i Third Recorder's Court instructed the I woman to dea other attire if she was not a sister of charity, but she failed to obey the commands of the Recorder. The 1 charge of being a susplciu...

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 November 1886

THE MESSENGER. Publbud Evory Satiurday. mT EASTIN & BIENYENU, Yaws mad PrIpiaw 07%siaosmtF $10a year in advsari. Why Dm't yhq .d.t... Is J.ys fumesa waties btau tib Darvati l w gAmS *uaiui..M as wk ki da A" thf #0mivoatmy Jam" heei - wish vii-a bibr... ai at 5o mm Urns wuit s tamesutu pew d . dl mmhIu irwik lewylan $0. but bum bilb d miwibliag. 01% as bka fidtu mml is, e "vial ibms fist lithat y uws wammttid ip it. plum dipmmleus-ths iummimmm d[ umuk vowmsm Ns heium Mir. M ears bitn rey upes .aiwU t humuS Nvsryisiy Ib swats 1what wyers mini "supubaa a to M Illiss l kwsr L phydimrr (asis. iselmS diem i Il. hduImis. DI weryeisy is sat wtsfsttly r dmazis toise ti s is pln$ gratis Is elbibi amd -sa miasma a YsI very alasrnya sat des. isacswbseus the but Mis ibipilus to hai tm Idmaius (whl h realy is ak amsm d shiv bst aid mdimi .miuls Sinas) may erdug basishver resorts is ash malveurtla edmluma of thema aewqpamur to pay. It i simeut imhhis h wi IrSml vy gaal isl roparls. in lu tics ...

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. — 4 December 1886

$1 oo JUSTICE TO ALL. St oo. VOLUME I. ST. MARTINSVILLE, LA:. )I;CEMIER 4th. I886. U NUvrTER 41. 1HE 11E88 X6rE I. Work Out Our Own Destiny. The Baton Rouge Truth in an earnest appeal to the people to work out their own destiny says: Who woald desire so s.'ttle in a State where trade is affected with palsy anl th" people are poor and growing poorer? What matters it to t:t, settler that we have running broaks anlt rolling p.ast!;re lands with plantation rich beyond the need of fertilization, if we are living under a mercantile system that corrodes and eats at the vitals of our agriculture? That we have no good schools, throughout the year?-that we have roads impassa ile during three months of winter? lie views the general condition of the people, forms an adverse opinion of their make up, and f',dlows the star of em-,ire west - ward. It is well to argu' oar sp!enlid soil and undeveloped resources with the capitalist, for the abundant use of money is the one thing needful to at once r...

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. — 4 December 1886

Sl hl>.:. I Ever. . I.: i I.1-, IlY EASTIN & BiENVENU, El'it..ra andl Prpl'rie,!ors. !I; 'i,,'.ription $1 i0i a ¶sar in al lvatle. Al)VEltTIlNti IA'TL' . -IPACE. I1 Il,2 lls 3nri-4' ,ti 1 r. 4)n" i:..h...' 11. 2. l 2 :' tI lt 701) Twoe in:tic.. 225 2.73: .i25 2 ; ,;ll lJ (H Threehinc.hee 3S,. 3.: 4-ieeN 701) 121,.i l',orin, .he .e 357, . 425 473 x:,oll l t Vive inlhe'. 4 "25 4 :1. :.2, 1no, i.;i ix in, hi... 32.' 375 ;'2: 1 11 l) 1 '10 4)n". iuhl n : (1)i 0 10), 111($) 1: ) e1, 2":1i1 T'ransient adk r 'is· . n.llt., 1:) r nt. li 1 0,r ,11!h f 'irst irst inosrl.t1 i: it ee:s ar" t'al'h t- iho uellllit illns-rtliol. (btir'ial -r legal a: 'erºri nmw ents. Ft p ,r 1. iii l for lir. in rti'io' ,; :anld . I , i ',ts ,r " r";i ' I i 'l! ,º i.rs l i:r n in ltio'l'...n . }" ilrie, f ý'1 i ll:lllu i cl o n':l ' u pil , i slu bl ji , 't ,f plli,, itlr',,!t so-Ih-l,,d. N. altnioii will he ýtllll tII -l:!lillnl.lo ltt.tr,". Through the Whirlpool ant Rapids. (;.. Ilazl"tt 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. — 4 December 1886

Si l' JEN, M SENGEV. IY EASTIN & BIENVENU, lEditon a- t I'rlri,.t,,r-. T-..ý,uiscrllpt ion $1 ) a year :on a:mince. Effect of :Ianure on Soils. The ,!ffet o! m:anure on ~oils is various, LoZ wmanhure o.a sia:ay ',ils tends to makl the 1a.;d .till m,,r,( dry. und hence shuold doa.ly b appllied to this kind of soil in a thoro,:ghly rotted condition or t:[ter as co.uplt. W'lit sandy soils ;, k,a.s a rule, is huu'm,:au, ra.! comil o.- ,r tlhrouea-iy rotted na.n'ure iý in jolt the to .tlitioul to k.ndly palrfurm this otfice. Many persons, pgr!hap a nmajri'y sup - po.se thuat manutlls le-a;th dtlwvl tiliru~gh sal.idy .i.ils adnl ,r lost. It the soil is nearly a clear s.,anl this eff. ct will take place if sºone crop is. nti growing toere "in, But rips on -atdy soils, in the l-res-mnee of lmanure, eat out manure %sry fast, anl hence this aplarent disap pearaae of manure iQ accounted for. It pg0is quickly into the crop if in a soluble ittate. Loa:us and elays, on the contrary, take ...

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. — 4 December 1886

TIlE EIN EGA1' 1 E ER. I'ublshedtl Every Saturday. 1Y EASTIN & BIENVENU, Edi~tors aand Proprietols. QPSubseriptih.n SI 0') a :,ar in advance. Prof. Wiley's Critic. The diffusion experiment with the one hundred and forty tons of cane which were sieured by the Item for the Fort 4ieo:t station is attractiug attention and comment throughout the country. 'nftortunately t:lre are amonig influ ential Northern papers', lentocratic as w.II as Reputlican. some who are dispo- k raed to make war on sr.gar. The Chicago Times, for instance, cloies a long edlito rial entitled, "ithe Sorghum lHum!bug," with the regret that any attempt was ever made to make sugar in this country out of beets, sorghtun or cane. It eomn plains that many millions have been l:st on norghrum and beet experiments, and that "to footer the business of mak ing sugar in Louisiana we pay about o twice as much for our sweets as they are actually worth." Such being the animus, it is not sur prising that whenever occasion off...

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. — 11 December 1886

$s oo JUSTICE TO ALL. $s oo. VOLUME I. ST. MARTINSVILLE, LA. DECE\I:E IIth. 1886. NUMBER 42. THE MESSENGER. Local Lights. ag Bter on ice at 5 cent: a glass at B. Audibert's. Parties having taxes to pay will do well to settle qame this month andt avoid cust4. The civil term of our District Court, with Judge Mouton on the oench, opemsl Monday. There were two funerals here Monday. that of Mrs. Dorville Perloux and Mrs. Louis Graeoulla. The programmes for the entertainment of the 19th. inst, are out, and it promises to be a grand affair, the ladies in charge will spare no pains to make it a suc ceas. The Messenger and the Mayflower of Yarmouthport, Mass, one year for $1.35. A wagon load of young ladies and gentlemen of this town, took a very pleasant trip to Mr. G. W. Bancker's plantation, to attend a sugar house party, where they enjoyed themselves to their heart's content. Miss Leontine, daughter of Mr. Pierre Iulin, of this parish, died Wednesday. Her funeral took place the next day...

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. — 11 December 1886

iubll: ed JIAer JAt (:rL I. b1Y EASTIN & 3IENVENU, Edlitors and P'r.prib.tuor. CE-ublcription St 00 a ; ear in advance. ADVEIITISIN( I.'T'E.s. iPIA('E. I 1 In '2 ii :1 ins (ii+i I yr One ioch... S. 2 01 250 5 1º'l 7WIN Twg lnOche. 2. 2- 275 351 ; ti 11 (W Three inches' :31) :1.i50 , 7 I 1 12 15 Four inehes 3 7: 42 -13 75 $.º 110 Five inches.' 125 1 7- . I'2, !"4) lo (th Six inches.. 52.1 .,7,*' , 2 o 11. I ,, 1S I" o ne()(' li ioi I 1(ott 1 Il 1 ),l1 1":,;: ii ', T'rantsillt aolvertisellent+l. t., tits |I'1 . 'hi for tirit insertib:,; 0 ,) nts tier I ea^l s113lae ii'ni t inil oll. (tllhiial or lezal advertikirents, $I1 pe 1 incllh ir first insertion; and .)11 cOnts tot leach wutlr ,llent'lll illsertioln. rl'rief emumtunicatints ullin shiubjt of publiC inlter'st lsolicited. No attentioll will be given to anoncymous l'tters. The Sunday Law Contest. The contest between the Sunlay law advocaters and the Antis has opened quite spiritedly. The a.osciations enga god in this coultO...

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. — 11 December 1886

THi J E .,UJ[L',.II F, t . Published Everl tatllrday. aB EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. C7[Subscription $100 a year in advance. Abducted a Young Girl. Hibbard Sentenced to One Year in the Auburn Penitentiary. Oliver T. llibbard, a promin, at citizen of South Hutl.,r, Wayne county N. Y. late pretidnt ,of the Rlheutu:i: : rup tcm. pany, of Rclhaeter, 'ulonvictLI in, tre Way:ae county se*lolns itar abducting a young girl for immoral purlises, was sentenced yest-rday to onIe 3 'at's imiri s.onmneut in the Auburn State prison. Ilibbard is *'irty seven ear- of age, and is marrieai. Fie years ago he iaw-heritd $50,000 bue by fast living and unwisbe speculations he dissipated the fortune and the family is left in destitute cir caumtanc. s. His parents and wiie have the sympft!iy of tle commua.ity. The young gi:l w;io was abiancted belongs to a respectable family in W -yi.e county. A Plucky Old Woman. She Arouses Her Neighbors and SaVes Her Husband's Life. A dastardly outr...

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. — 11 December 1886

lbh'tshed E:. :y uatntnray. IBY EASTIN & EIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. CaSubeription $1 00 a year in advantce. Healthiness of Tea As to the headt!ineqs of tea-drinking in general, tt is claimed that,' barring certain kinds of tens, including Japan t a. tea-drinking is not only harmless, bu: poxitively bt'nefleial; that there is a ',itritlhtlent and gentle stimulus in a e,.p of tea which coitduces rositively to he~.lth and energy. This is the testi mor:y of thoi,' who possess the most inti mate kuowhldge of tea, its production and effects. But tea, to be healthful, lust be properly prepared or drawn. It must come to the lips from the leaf by infusioq, and must not be boiled. Boil ing mea;;s a thrusting of all the availa hie tannin into the decoction and if the infusion be with too much tea or too little water the effect --tannin- is the same. Furthermore, the Chinese who may be supposed to have brought the art of exquisite tea-drinking up to a perfect nicety, do not swallow...

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. — 18 December 1886

- -- . i _ m .. ___ i ... _T . . ___ __ -- - - Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. . JUSTICE TO ALL. - Sl.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOLUME I. ST. MARTINSVILLE, LA. DECEMBER ISth. 88S6. NUMBER 43;. The Entertainment. To-morrow evening the 19th. inst. will be given at I)uchamp's hall, by our young gentlemen and lhdy amateurs an inter eating theatrical representation. Instru mental and vocal munic of a high order of meoit will also be provided for. This entertainment under the able manage ment of prominent ladies of the locality promises to be most enjoyable. We learn with much pleasure that the beneficiary on the occasion, is to be that well known and most estimable lady Mrs. St Rose de St Laurent, who for the last forty odds years has been intimtely iHentiled with institutions of learning. This lady can truly claim the proud privilege of having given a sol:d education to many of our best citizens. She has, at different tiles during a long life orgauized and presi d;d over se...

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. — 18 December 1886

VANITAS. When after long lattle the prim has aeen gained. When after long searching the Jewel is founIt, When after l,)ng climbing the peak is at tained, When after long sowing the harvest is bound, Then we halt; And we fret 'neath the busden of life, For we feel that the victory's not wort'a the strife. To fail in the heat of the on-rushing ra•c; To love and receive for our recompense hate; To worshipand find that ouridol is tae; To trust and awake to deception too late; Is our lot Each a sign on the pathway of life, Pointing out that the victory's not worth the strifa. Our joys never seem the same pleasures we thought; Our hopes never come t0 their fruitage un marred; Our future ne'er brings us the grandeur we sought; Our past to our vision appears but ill starred; Such is fate; But It darkens thegl',ry of life, Thus to find that the victory's not worth the strife. 7W sights that are beauty, dull cloudls grimly sail: Over days that are lightso:xe, cares blight lagly fall: Over fo...

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. — 18 December 1886

FOR THE FAhX AND HUO=E rFouder, FPr ovetree. A contributor to the New York Tri ,,nc says: A little city boy spending a week with an Ohio ftrmer fed a young horse in pasture nineteen ears of old corn. The owner found the animal fin ishing his feast, and thinks he could have saved him from founder had he known what to do. Overeating, and conse quent foundering, is one of those things more easily prevento.l than cured. The results of the total disarrangement of the system by the impaction of the stomach and bowels cannot be wholly avoided, but they may be ameliorated by judicious treatment. No water is to be given, or the food would swell and fer ment and rupture the stomach, with very quickly fatal results. A large dose of raw linseed oil is the best remedy, and a quart is the right quantity. This causes the ejection of the undijested matter and the relief of the intestines. The after treatment is of importance; the stomach wants rest, and feeding should be wholly suspended for twenty...

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. — 18 December 1886

Protect Our SuaPr InJdutry. Our planrs have Jst oem out of a very oasaeen year, sad m y frther attempt to raes te dus tles a Imper ted sare will be esediagly detrimes tal to th home ltadustry. ose we de prest say ag"itaties at the questi.e . at this time. Nor we Itver the pnep atioe to repeal the duties as the eregna artiles sad pay a bemay to the plataer instead. We are r prettm to ht me Industries hrat teast s eana time aid stanM suesy by the poat, sad th-ef labrers las this amrguemen sad Ia th samw o the Dapablern party at Last Malswe demand that Ith preset det4 be malatlaad. As the eelead laborer. weald ha the groastit sarrer by re duesos or sibstaetlos ot theduties by a bounty, we think it advisable fo repe eastaiv etof those egagedt al the ldi. try to mest Ia erveatlie at an early date to pretest vigoroomly agula any tlnkerlng with th tarif sad take sae .thL meae. la the premies as milght be advisable.-La Stlmard. The IBan gase G(neral Will A. Spea arrived IL this iy last Sa...

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