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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 1 July 1893

THE WEI KLY MESSENGER. OFFIcIAL JOURNAL of st. artmwnII snd . 3artn Paris.. 4 JUSTICE TO ALL. }- sl.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. VIII. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JULY I, 1893. No. 19. GEO. LOVAS & BRO., Main Street, Near the Bailroad, St. Martinville, - - L Ia. -DEALERS IN- Dry Goods and Notions, GroCeries and Hardware, Tinwaae and Glassware. Fresh Goods Received Daily. WE KEEP A STOCK OF CE NERAL MERCHANDISE. WE .LEt.. AT TIlE LOWEST PRICES. We Pay the Highest Market Price for Black Moss, Eggs, Chickeni;, Hides and Wool. WE WANT YOU to act av our agunt. We furnish an exprmao e 'outfit and all you need free. It costs nothlog to try the haines.. We will treat yo~ well, and help )ou to earl ten time- ordinary wages Both sexes of all ager can live at home and work la apare ttnr, or all the time. Any one any where can uearn a reat deal of monev. Many have made Two Hundred Dollars a Month. No etas. of people in the world are Imaking so tosreh money witlout capital...

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 July 1893

Tht Weekly Messengre. Pubisbhed Every Saturday. -AT ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and PtWrietor. OfICIAL JORNAL or raE TowSx Or 81. MARTINVILLE AND ST. MARTIN PARI.,H lTSubscription St 00 a year in advance'. ADVERTISING RATEs. SPACE. In 2 m 3 ms 6 ms 1 One icnb... 150 250 300 5 00 80 Two nches. 2 50 350 4 50 800 1400 Three incbhe 300 450 550 1000 1800 Four inches 400 550 6 50 1250 2200 Five inh'. 500 650 750 1400 2600 8Ix inche. . 400 7 0A 1600 3000 One column 1500 2000 4 00 4500 7500 Transient advertisements, 75 cents per inch for ient insertion; 60 cents for each subsequent insertion. Official or legal advertisements, $1 per I inch for fArt insertion; and 50 cents for eaeh subsequent Insertion. 'Brief communicatihns upon subjects 1 public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1893. FOURTH OF JULY. r We note with pleasure the suc- t cess met by the committe of citi- t] zeta who have taken upon them- P selves the task...

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 July 1893

The Couvent Schools. The exhibitinn of the children of the Couvent Schools at the Col lege hall last Sunday *wa a success in every respect. The children who had been trained for this occasion rendered their parts admirably well. The grouping of the little ones, parti oularly the little girls in their sweet little songs was ptetty, and made exquisite tableaux. The programnme was as follows. Overture, by Music. Hymn-There Is no heart LMte Thine -by pupils. Insic-PlaPto-by Mis : l Grevenm ,erg. Song-the Happl Farmera-by juntor oys. Music--by Misses bM. rrevetiS rg and . Bearsd. Song-Little btilkmals--Iy junlr .oys. Dialogte-f ire litth*-Masters in. ;anud and )Dorcy. Chansoilrntte-4leatf lt oelc&t -Miss d L. Bietvefnt. Chorns-Americea's Gotde R4l--hy enior girlr. M4ase by Mis (;. Webb. Song-Oh, How I lore The Baby-byi little (fildi C GalemBnl. lwae-byv the xit.*lstnr brl bti4d. h Song-The Mlan in the Mnoout--itfor I %ilrls. Chlmru-the I#ymat his tnothtr Stg f' -Senior Girls. ti M...

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 July 1893

~OR ALL KINDS ' t Call at the a: t" IESSENGER St the ani Jul prc Ho' bet log A Par mit pen hon soul reel lauc St 1893 DEGLE L thatCough or core 1 Irostit threatens you with Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption. DAVIS'sl COMPOUND SYRUP WILD CHEIRiiA Is pleasant to take, sure to cure. Fifty years trial proves every dose effective. --at all Druggists- O0o. and 1 .00 per bottle. Take no substitute. JOHN H. COLLINS & CO., PHILADELPHIA, PA. Bilioues cured by DAVIS' LIVER PILLS., J. A. HITTER, SADDLES, CARRIAGES -AND Firemen's Equipments. Marble work and Tombstones Carved. "saples of work san be examinad. Moderate Prices. t. Isrtu ille. Is. Soleto Amenarles AuSy for * CAVeATS. TRAWS MARKS, 05550N PATENTS, --Forb, , OOPVRIONTS. w . Foea e ao the Idbook weteto 0dest bureau for Scring Ns o mee tAme'lri.r Brew s=ns a k ten wa or bog befor r Impuoved town lots, with good res t deuces, and a well located lot and afore thereo with good patronage, at Sthe SSpMartinvilendid, La., also lot and stor...

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 July 1893

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Rt `rti., t..e ans,. ar, an arih.I JUSTICE' TO ALL. . Ir.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. VIII. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA.. SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1893. No.'io. I ~ ~ ~ __ I llD l I --I l III I BEO. LOVAS & BRO., Main Strcot, Near the Railroad, St. Martinville, - - - L. --DEALERS IN Dry Goods and Notions, GroCeries and Hardware, Tinwaae and Glassware. .Fresh Goods Received Daily. WE KEEP A STOCK OF CE NERAL MERCHANDISE. WE SEl I. AT T1H LOWEST PRICES. We Pay the lighnhest Market I'rice for (llack Moss, Eggs, Chick3ns. hides and Wool. WE WANT YOU to set s, our n Bnt. VWe furl-h :tn irte wlve Outflt ani ,1 1 ,nn ,, .. fr. I, It co.ti notling to try the bhline- . W. wI li trea.:it you well, and hrlp yoe to. al n Ii, tim. *,rdn.llrv wageR. oth axe of aill :t. , a *i Iit.o a . hnou. l d work In apar . tit . all tII ti . li. i i' t ant' wh reL cmanean ear n xt Ilrtl of mlo+I v l n;IIIv hi;v', madel Two inndlred I)ollatR. Moulth N.o 'ht.i of upeou it h world iirr...

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 July 1893

The \Veekly Messengre. P1'u het Evervy .aturday. AT 8T. MARTINVILLE, LA. ALBERT BIENVENU, E ,;lit er a , l I'i'r ,,i rie to r . OFHItIAI, .hr 44HN.1 ToF TETOwN U o iT.MARITINVtI.I.F t\ul'T.MAltTIN P'AHI-H . llhr. l'ipp l I~'.n it 4( ;l \ 1 tir int advan' e. I rS ' ;. I Iin 2 lt - .3 0. I1 One inh... 1 3 2 50 300o ,O n : 00 twv inhe-. 2:,1. n. 4 51 5 001 1400 t'hree inth - .h - ()l4 4 t. 5 01) 10 )0l 1 00 Polt inlche. 1 r) o 5t t; :10 12 50 2200 Five inlt' ... , -O t; "i 7 0 11 00 2100 Six lih^... ,.t00 7.,,0 503 1000 3000 Onel cl'btn 1: ll0 2000' 2400 1 45ItOl 73100 Transtent advetrti3selurnts, 5 renMts per inch for first in.;ertion; 50 cents for each uahseqnent insertion. Otl'tal or legal advert isenenas. S1 pt's I inch for first insertion; and 50 cents for r tel slubs; llrent illsertion. (i rrT'Bri'f c,ommunica'tons upoh subjects public Interest solicited. No Attention pill be given to anonymous letters. $rATt':!)AV, Jur.\' 8, 1893. h THE FIoURTHl OF JULY. . For the first tim...

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 July 1893

' Local News. or nrvoum ame.db.. Dr. n1a' winume. -Ice-cold beer at J. B. Ferran. -MI. Geoige Knight's new sa loon is nearing completionf. -Our colored peoplleelelbrated 'the '6urth of July Ahnd had a grand old time. - Hon. Overton Cade of IA ay ette eias been Appoisntd Bupertn tendant of the New Orteals Mint. -Mr. John BurCdii whl has been uinwell the aat fe- days isa how ahle to atted to his busine*s. a --M. (Gaston Bienvenit of New e )rleas. lpent. a few 'days he.e this week with t latives and t hieil'n. d --We leakned that Mrs. lti'thie, " horI (,t'e Mullen, formerlr fH V this twili. died lask week i L,'Ss- , ton, 'Csx. -Mr. All~rt Rotisseatl AHA sis ter, Miss Coralie arrived heoe MondAy to witness the F, urth of 'ply ~P~lHbratiom . -Fo0 Hice gbocerins, line ii +gtoie and lw pritee, J. B P-er han ib the ilafte to gb: - Presirent C1evela'lA hAts call 1 aH ExtrA sesiIon of Congiees to oanvene on the Se~ th o!f Atlgnst 4eit. -Chas. . A. 'rohia, ýsq., Edi bor of the Imfayette...

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 July 1893

Gov. Altgeld and the Ar o chists. Anarchists over the world are elated by the pardon of Fielden, Neebe and Schwab by Governor John P. Altgeld, of lllinos. A de monstration is announced to take place in New York next Thursday, July 4, to celebrate what is regar ded as a great victory for the "Reds." Among those who are not Anar chists or sympathizers of that class of free booters in society, the action of Gov. Altgeld is just ly condemned. The finding of the trial court in the case of Anarchists was appro ved by the Supreme Court of Illi nois and the Supreme Court of the United States. Policemen in discharge of their duty and inoffensive citizens were killed and maimed by a dynamite bomb and other deadly weapons in the hands of an organized band who had deliberately determained to defy the laws of the country in which they were allowed to find a home and freedom from oppres sion; the leaders in the movement were arrested, proven to have par ticipated in the murders and to have incite...

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 July 1893

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. OFFI 'IAI, JOURINAL V.O a u lle. i V It. ars S JUSTICE TO ALL. s i.oo Per Year, Ihvaiably in Advance. VOL. VIII. .ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JULY 15,1893. 1o.I. I~~~ ~~~ " . ' · H4E CHEAPEST STORE IN TOWN IS EO. LOYAS & BRO., Main Street, near Railroad. 8t. Martinville, Louisiana. DEALERS IN troceries, Hardware, Glass ware, Tinware, Notions, Woodenware and WVillowrare. -ALSO- 'Wine, Whisky, Beer, Fine Liquors etc. Fresh Goods received daily ,and sold at the lowest prices. Vs my store and save money. WE WANT YOU as oar agent. We furnish au expzn4i all allyou need frt. It aosts motb tag to lbuines. We will trnt you wen, adl to earn ten times ordisay wages. Both a all ages can live at honm and work in , or all the t time. Any one any where a great deal of money. Many have made fladredl Dollars a Mouth. No class of L the workl are making so much moway capital as those at work for us. Itastuens , strielly houwanl.. anl paty better than 'ther onlifrn 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 July 1893

The Weekly Messengre. Published Every baturday. -AT ST. MAR'TINVILLE, LA. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and 1'r, o iettr. OIICIAL JIot'N a1 , or TiE TOWS or sT. MARTINVIILE AND ST. MIATIN I'A~ISH "llaSulcript inn $1 On, a }ru in ad1v.dnce. AI)VERlTI'ING 1:A'I'ES. PA:'E.. I In 2 n- S : Ins inls 1 ne Inh... I 5) 25o 3104) 500O 800 wo inc'h .. .2 1)u ;,50 4 51 S 04) 14(00 three iluth.u :1 0ott 4 ., 55.0 10I00 1800 our ineh'. 4 00 i0 ; 50 102 50 2200 Plve in"h ... I ') 11fi ;4l 7 50 14 )O 26100 $81i in i ... ,i) 7 5ill  )o 1 tt; 3i/ioo One c liain 1354)4) )201 24 001 4.5 00 7500 Transient adlvetllisetlents, '7I cents per Btch for first ilinsertion; 50 rlents for each atbseqnent insertion. Ulicial or legal allvertiisenents, $1 per t inch for first insertionr; and I,) cents for each subsequent inlsertion. IX[7Brief colnlunlliciatiorns upon subjects public interest slicited. No attention will be given to anonlmols letters. SATL'RDAY, JuLY. 15, 1893. The Same Thing Again. Saturday evening last...

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 July 1893

Preceptor Talks. St. Martinville. La.. July 5. 1813. )Jr. Editor: The fourth of July, with Its actending nolses and teilic'inge hem passed and th tlhool-bouso remnaius ullpaiuted, tie lehool prenmies is free, grazing grounl for horsrs and cs", so.: d gsei dabble tI anknown. but arc-olummolatiang hands. The ebullitinu ,of patriotism witnesse, yesterlay hasa siggettel tsmem thoughts lot lntimately cnnsectl l with the ocea don, yet inspirml by a desire for tile eU bile gtold. Are we goilg to 'osfinue tih manifestation of mlr pIatriotint and1 tI ol tppre'iation of the11 pmI Ivwleg' Whlll mnl eusntry pIseee's,:+e, a;nd which are do tlsed to other nlatiohns, to the firi llr o annon paradlilng of mwcieties, and to :,-I Onal oratory ? Are we gmoinhg to ane'glie e the tltilg of ymoIth for Ime Iweeptiot of the highest aeld mitOt endullring senti 1lpets of patriotism? hat the tline conme *rllen the people refuIe to contribute t4 the cause of eslu ititO lt lltes we apipeal to their aPppellt ...

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 July 1893

Trown Councl. Regltar meeting of the Town Council held this 5th day of July 1893. Pursuant to adjournment the Town 'Council met this day at the Court behee til regular session. tlothe nlmembersl were present eleept, lthe Mayor. Thereupon, on motion duly; qeionded Mr. 'T. J. Labbe was 8ppolitt 4* Mayor pro temn. The minutes of the la;t two meelgas ware read anld on motion duly seednied 5ere *pproved. The Ctollector .nd Treas'urer subaitted to the (ounacil his m!onthly repot, as ftol lews: Statement from .Illlue 1. to July 1, 1893. Colporationl tax lproper. Dr. Cr. bllrce in Tre'asury Julne 1, W9. p1041,74 Lamout of taxes of the year 3890, collected fromll .lilleu I, to July I. !. 5,51 loanut of taxes of the year 1892 collected fromln JItlai to July 1. t.3. 1!880 lAmount of Licelnses of the year 1IS13 collected from June i. to July 1. 91. 4I00. &mount realized fromt sales of Dog License tags from *ane 1, to July 1. t. 3.00! Amount of market revenues collected from June 1, to *Jst...

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 July 1893

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. -I " . .. .. i . .. .. . . . . i OFFI( AL JOURNAL f St' M Otlarni d d Bt. Mu ah"id. 4 JUSTICE TO ALL. . S.a ooPer Year, InvaEidbly Ih Advence. VoL. VIII. St. MARTINVILLE. LA.; SATUbAY, JULY 3i, 1893. No. 22. ·-O. Z2. THE CHEAPEST M8ORE IN TOWN I8 EOA LOYAS & BRO., Main streM, mear Ritroad. &8 Mrti*ville, LouIsiau. nsALm m Groceries HV-ardware GClass ware, Tinware, Notions, Wolodenwave and Willowware. -ALSO Wine, WVhisky, Beef, Tine Liqu'ors etc. fresh Goods received daily • and sold at the lWest prices. Visit my store Mnt save Imone . WE WANT TO. to aR oara ws t. We truaek u ' eartl tan all ye iead YtL. It eor& .lrt do try the bl, uie. We treat yet w4LI Melp yoe to eart ten tipes ora*iny. Ma h txer of all age can five ft bhone ! tietu, or all the tihee. Anv one tmy where ear a great deal of mane,. Ilaby have made wo hu'ndred Dollrt a lMouth. Nl dtkla 6t a In the world are meaklng Pwo eC orny wt tcapital as thee at work for, suhet fplearant, strit...

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 July 1893

The Weekly Messengre. Pubhliheld very. Saturday. -AT ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. ALBERT BIENVENU. El'tor and'l lepi Ie,. OFFICIAL .JIlUtNA4L oF THil: TowN oF ST. MARTINVIlIE ANI) ST. MARTIN I'ARl1~lI u   bsriptlion $1 U). a iear ii adva;tce. AI)VERI:'11IN(! 1A'lIL. SPAC:E. I In 2 mi : mn ti n 1 One inch... l50 250 3 00 500 800( Two iuc:hi. 2 50 30 4 40 s00 14W0 three inho: ;:1( 00 4 50 5 50 1000 1800 Four in h1" 40') 530 5( 50 12 50 2200 Five in.h,.. ;00 C 50) 7.50 14 00 ' 264) Six in, h ... 6 I10 7 , 11 5,0 1i 01i º14 I0 One cnlmn 15101 209)0 J40) 1 (45 7500 'Transient adve\rti.cmn trh. 75 CenIIts per Inch for first insertion; 50) cents for each subseqellnt inertion. Official or Iegal ailverl iselientS, $1 per L ich fl u f irst insertinll; anld .1d) tcets for each sulbseqltent insertion. Er Brief nlmmnunications upon subjects public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. SATURDAY, JUL1. 22, 1893. The Railroad to Arnaudville. In our last issue we made men ...

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. — 22 July 1893

Local News. -For fine liquors call on J. B. Ferran. -Mayor Fleming returned from the city last Sunday. -Hon. Theo. S. Wilkinson took charge of the Custol . House Monday. -Mr. Rudolph De Fointes ar rived here last Sunday to spend a few days among us. - Mr. Willie Voorhies of New Orleans is spending a few days inl town visiting tolatives and friends. - -The brick work of the bank building was completoed Tuesday evening. The 'nsidt finish will soon he completed. -Miss Nita Ptllerin of New Iberia, sjplnt a few days in town I this week the guest of Misses. Blanche andl Pelicia Durand. 1 - Mr. .. B. Ferarn.han just re turned from New Orleans with a line stock of Dry goods. - Messrs. Dan. W. Voorhies. R. J. B3ienvenu and J. 13. Fcrran t took in the Fourteenth of July ce lebratifrh in New O)lleane. q -- W have ini our midst at the b present. time several persons from e New Orleans who are Onjoying our cool and healthy atmnosphere, P and recei ing the kind attpitions ' of our lrptpl'. - 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. — 22 July 1893

The Sugar Bounty. di lid Dr. Knapp Contrasts It with the ar Tarif. m Dr. S. A. Knapp, of Lake Char- n" lee, who has been in the city for a few days, was a visitor at the Cus tom House yesterday. Dr. Knapp, P' as probably everybody knows, is very much interested in the sugar industry. He ows and operae f a very eitensive plant at Lake tE Charles. He was at the Castom 2 House on a mission and that was t to find oat what the Sugar Bu rean knew about sugar in the b State for the year. Dr. Knapp is a great authority e on all matters appertaining to an gar. He was seen yesterday by a Times-Democrat reporter at the SLt, Charles Hotel. Dr. Knapp maid that his manuftacturing inter ests in SLt Martin parish were in a fourishing condition. "What was the average price of cane under the old tariff and what t under the bounty system?" t •'Well that is an interesting ' question," he said. "In St. Mar tin parish and in the parish of La- t fayette prior to the bounty system I a large quantity of can...

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 July 1893

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. OFFICIAL JOURNAL of . Martinill and Mt. Martn Parish. JUSTICE TO ALL. . $1.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. VIII. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURbAY, JULY 29, 1893. No. 23. HE-- -- -. CHEAPEST TORE - THE CHEAPEST STORE I - - IrTMara rF I~k Ic THE CHEAPEST STOR: IN TOWN IS BEO. LOYAS & BRO. Main Street, near Railroad. SB Martinville, Louisiana DEALERS IN Groceries, Hardware, Glass ware, Tinware, Notions, Woodenware and Willowrare. -ALSO Wine, Whisky, Beer, Fine Liquors etc. Fresh Goods received daily and sokl at the lowest prices. Visit my store and save money. WE WANT YOU to act as our agent. We furnlsh tn aepe oatit and all you aed free. It cots snoUa . try the huianes~. We wilt treat you well, an help you to eare ten tim.es ordinary wages. Me-t w"es of all ages can live at home and work Is pre time, or all the time Any one say w-s Searsa a agrrat kIeal .d money. Many have mo two Hna ured Iollawer a Mouth. No class of brolc i the world arenmakin...

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 July 1893

The WVeekly Messengre. Pubhshed Every Saturday. -AT 8T. MARTINVILLE, LA. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. O7FICLAL JOURNAL OF TliI TOWN OF ST. MATINrlVLLE AND ST. MAi FIN I'ARl~UI N'u8ihbcription $1 00 a ae a is advan.e. ADVENTISI'NG RATES. BPAt~F. I in 2 a~r 3 m6 ms 1 bOe inch... 1 35 2 50 300 5 00 80s Twr inches. 2 .0 :,50 4 50 00 1400 ThreP iuche; 300 450 550 1000 1800 lonr inch 4 00 5 50 6 0 12 50 2200 Pive in h,';. 500 6 40 750 1400 12000 ix inebarl.. i 600 730 8.50 1800 3000 One colimn 1500 2000 2400 4500 7500 Transient advertisements, 75 cents per lach for first insertiou; s0 rents for each subsequent insertion. OVcial or legal advertlsements. SI per I inch for first insertion; and 50 cents for each snbsequent inserttett. i3TBrief communications upon subhjcts public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. SATURDAY, JtULY 29, 1893. The Proposed Railroad to the Upper Teche. On Monday last, the committee from the New Iberia Board of Trade, co...

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 July 1893

Local News. -Mayor A. V. Fleming went to o New Orleans Monday. -Miss Josephine Hitter is vis iting in New Iberia. --The cane is needing rain in several sections of this parish. i -Mr. O. 3M. Nilson made a trip to Natchitoches this week. -Tlhe cane crop though lihe and growing nicely, is in need of some rain. -Miss Gabrielle Thoauta of Breaux Bridge spent a few Athys here this week. d --Miss EdmoniA H[ebert is is iting friends And relatives in the l parish of West iStoh Riouge. -The train on our branth will ia soon an to New Iberia instead of a stopping At (Cde as heretofore. S --Benatotr ., B. eVertt ahd faai ily are on the St. John plfHtttion o to pass the balance 6t the sinWe. v -We have ia our biekc a che L cominig fron Mr. Louis Datchalp's S plantation hAvihg 18 ted joitnts, a and very sweet. -t-ev. J. rM. LAnglois e4lebra- a ted his 25th bikthday Tuiesday the a 25 inst. There were several priests W here for the occasion. vi -Mrs. Andre Uernald abd her 'daughter, Miss Aimbe, ...

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 July 1893

('LRREN('Y. The men who to-day hold the currency of the world do not seem to he willing to use it. They al lege varicous splend'd reasons for that ourse, all of which amount to the simpl, fact that they are afraid. N, hodly ought to ,object to their being afraid. In the meantime there are several Inil lions of other people in this coun try who have property which is just as valuable as gold, but they have no nmoney and can't get it without sacrificing their property. If they could get a part. say three fourths, of the market value of the property as loan without selling. they would not have to make any sacrifice of it then or thereafter. The mere fact of their getting these advances would make currency plentiful and prices of everything would immediately go upI to their normal stage. But how shall they get advances on their property? The national banks" are prohibited from loaning on mortgage paper or goods de positqd. Other banks might he crAid that would loan on proper ty but the ...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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