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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 9 September 1893

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. OFFIt'cIAL JOURNAL - ....... of Bt. Martmnville and t. Martn Parish. - JUSTICE TO ALL. F. i.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. VIII. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1893. No. 29. ..2, . ..... . .. I I- - - - -1 THE CHEAPEST STORI IN TOWN IS G6O0 LOVAS & BBO., Main Street, near Railroad. Lt 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 sold at the lowest prices. Visit my store and save money. WE WANT YOU M act as our agent. We furnish an expeanive atlt and all youe ned free. It costs nothing to try the business. We will treat you well, aid help you to earn tell times ordinary wages Both sexes of all ages can live at home and work In spare time, or all the time. Any one any where can earn a great deal of moony. Many havre made Two Hundred lkolars a Month. No class of eay Ia the world are making so muc...

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. — 9 September 1893

The WVeekly Messengre.. 'ubllshed lve'ry Sbaturday. -.IT ST. MA'RTINVILLE, LA. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor al Proprietor. LAIZAIRE IIENVNI, - - MANAGER. OFFICIAL, JOURNAL OF THE TOwN OF ST. MARTINVILLE AND ST. MARTIN PARISH PTSub',i iption $1 00 a )ear in advance. ADVEI'rI~IN ING ATES. SPACE. I ni 2 nmi 311 I6 tni I Onoeinch... Is 2' 5o :300 500 8ol Two luches. 251) 3 0 4.,0 00 14IJ three inl.rhe; :3 00 4 54 5 50 1000 ISM) Pour in,",.. 400o 5, ) , ; - 0 1250 2200 Five inl,.. .S. IN i" 50 70 11400 26000 8i inle,.. 6I00 7 .0 55 " ; 100 31000 Onecoluamn 1500)1 2000 02400 4500 7500 Transient advertisements. 75 cents per iach for first insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. OfMcial or leIgal advertisemlents, $1 per I inch for first insertion; and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. lrrHrief comnunmnications upon subjects public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. SATURDAY, SEPT. 9, 1893. The Oil Works' Crowd. Last Sunday the officers of th...

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. — 9 September 1893

Local News. -The best of liquors are sol( by J. B. Ferran. Sr. loes' Irine for Nerorus tratme -Messrs. C. A. Thomas ant H. J. Mouton of Lafayette made a short visit here Tuesday to at tend the mock trial. -Mr. S. N. Burdin of Olive Texas, is spending a few days it town visiting his old friends, and enjoying the hospitality of his re latives. -We had a heavy rain Wednes. day and Thursday that was follow. ed by strong wind. It looked as a storm for a while. -There-will be a grand game of foot ball, base ball and dancing ball given by the Vigilant Hook and Ladder Company on the 17 inet. -The new store of L. J. Garde mal seems to be one of the popu lar establishments of this town, with a good patronage. -Mr. Andre Gernand was call ed to the city to the bedside of his daughter, Mrs. Chas. Even, who is seriously sick. -Mr. J. B. Ferran made a trip to New Orleans this week to buy a stock of goods. -The young boys of this town went to Broussardville last Sun day to play a game of base-ball ...

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. — 9 September 1893

Bayou Plaquemine. Under the above caption we have frequently called attention to the lack of interest manifested by the people of the State in the improvement of that important waterway, and the long delaying of the consumation so ardently de sired by those of our citizens to whom the great moment of the question appears with direct force. We allude to the establishment of navigation to and from the Mis sissippi river through the bayou Plaquemine and into the vast net work of waters forming the bedii of the Atchafalaya and having ac cess to the most productive and fertile portion of Louisiana. .From a gentleman, a resident of Donaldsonville, and a frequent visitor to Plaquemine we learn [ that of the several hundred thou- 1 sands of dollars appropriated by. *Congress, about $40,000 have been I spent in dredging the bayeou and the balance with the exception of that still on hand, has been Msed for the protection of the baks of l the Mississippi river. We will I not discuss this point...

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. — 16 September 1893

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. ,.--- - ,-_~- ...  __ _ _.__ --- ....... .. ... .... ... .. ... II ... ---1F -' -- _ a...1. - OI'FI(' IAL 5OUR1'NAI , - o t. artinvalll a.d Sit. lMrtn Parih JUSTICE TO ALL. . P .oo 1P Ycar, Invariably in AI vance. L- -- - ---- - -- - A--. - - -E-M " VOL. VIII. Sr. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 189 No. 30. S1 * THE CI .APEST STORE IN TOWN IS JOII-JOVAS & BRO., l Main Street, near Railroad. St Martinville, Louisiana. DEALERS IN Groceries, Hardware, Glass ware, Tidware, Notions, Woodenware and Willowrare. -ALSO- Wine, Whisky, Beer, Fine Liquors etc. Fresh Goods received daily and sold at the lowest prices. Visit my store and save money. WE WANT YOU x'xe.s of gl1 :tl .. rat 1. it l oun, andl work In ptere tinell, r :all the trll.. A lli i. all y where caln arnt a giel icl u 'I.l i lu .l. M aIIn any ha e,' mI te Two Iesnerd hlltr ls, a I nt ll loilh. N.,o Ia. of pe"e ti .in thl l worl :re .tlr a ki. g -e . mwuch (eneey witl hout :qilial:s i -Ith...

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. — 16 September 1893

The \Veekly Messengre. Pubhlshed Evcry .aturday. - 4T ST. MIARTINVILLE, LA. ALBERT BIENVENU, ., titer and Proprietor. LAIZAIRI: HI.NV ENi', -- MA IA(.ER. OFFIcIAI. .IOURNAL OF THE TOWN OF Sr. MARnrlNsvILLt ANDIST. MARrIN s'AItln flT'nbrs.'ript ion $1 00 a tear in advance. AI)1VRTIR'I'Ii BATNS. 5A(V. I mn 2 in m 6 ms m 1 One inch... 1- 2"3, 3:00 500 800 hrcr.i.inh" 30,11 43,) 550. 1000 1800 For in'it. 400 350 t(;50 12 50 2100 Fiv.'in' h' . 50t0 03 750 1400 1 00 Six in.ho... I;00 730( 8650 18 00 3000 One column 1500 2000 2400 4500 7500 Transient advertisements, 715 cents per inch for first in:,ertion; 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Otfficial or legal advertisements, $1 per 1 inch Ofr first insertion; and 50 cents for each sullnq,.rent Insertion. r'Brief eommunications upon subjects public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. S" ATI'RPAY, SEPT. 16, 1893. Acknowledges T'he Corn. St. Mart in sille, La., Sept. 12, 1893. Mr. Editor: I thank you f...

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. — 16 September 1893

Local News. -J. B. Ferrans prices and qual ity of goods beat them all. - A few bales of cotton where shipped from this place this and last weeks. -A few cart loads of cotton were brought to town this week. Our planters seem determined to hold their crop until the price go up a little more. -According to the informa tions we have abtained from the different part of the parish, the damage caused by the storm of Thursday to crops is small. -We had quite a rush of job I work this week, and we have turn- i ed out some nice and elegant work t at low prices. Good work and I low prices is what we mean. --Mr. Robert Martin and lady i returned home from a month's e visit to the World's Fair last Sun day. They also visited several nothern cities. ( --The Excelsior Orchestra sere- t naded the town last Sunday even- r ing. Their music was highly ap- f preciated by our citizens. a -The committee of improve ments of this town have decided h to add five new lamps to our pre sent system of street li...

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. — 16 September 1893

1 ll-i 1t 111, i 1. (l. i 0 1-inll. 1 .' hll' pr~ 1 - rea ll aIIIt I il pi, ,; ,I. On( 11 iltl I I t 111. . I. :,1 . b at , lh y 111 cd ing l tit I . 1 11ful It1htl ,. l I i'. I.;L l UI It lta al ei. |4u 1,.r144 -I,'I wIIt h in a eI' limitsof th,. io onaititt i t h-rely le viedl alia |,( l . ,t bi . m lls ,,n lhe dollar. Aull ott faitthe" ilitiolt Elf MI. Lbl.. ex111tt..s fI'r thils v-ar I.N I is lIerely ' olir t li,,r t.1 I. 41," miilI ntll '11 ail P aolic't of Ih,' T lw l l. f .,r llllitll t ." (airt s- tlihrt' frli foii fIrlntishit g two ov4 the i te,.l .,i;it inl 1 h11 ditche( or t p briuh.. fn dlhlt o 1111'11444rliohin the crº Irlaii rr- llh tI"ti 1ly 'Illi hll" '4 wof hrkinI Irex- le.usty f It getlr;nl Iu- t IsIn toil be, ope rat 411, 1" i :1 ,%41 Rhalary of ,-·ic-t-llry Ef I 'illl.il 10l,0l0 ('omlllmiii ul of ( ,llIctr aniad Treasurer IUit Expe:4n1b for ('li-aIliln g tlaLlktt 3,il Arotroipri;ttitio for tPaI.'Irs :Lo II,41 For ]lilmlber aIn i'Cllltll n elt exie u't 1,...

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. — 23 September 1893

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. ostt.,m M,,v.i Tt ' JUSTICE TO ALL. s i.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. VIII. S. MARTINVILLE, LA., SAURDA, SEI'TEMBER 23-- 1893. No. 3. VOL. VIII. ST. MARTINVILLE, CA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 1893. N'o. 3r. lm Il THE CHEAPEST STORE IN TOWN IS BO. LOVAS & BRO., Main Street, near IRailroad. St. Martinville, Louisiana. DEALERS IN Groceries, flardware, Glass ware, Tinware, Notions, Woodenware and Willowrare. -ALSO Wine, \Vhisky, Beer, Fine Liquors etc. Fresh Goods received daily and sold at the lowest prices. Visit my store and save money. WE WANT YOU to act a. our a..nt. W'. fnrni..h an exl nsie ostfit and all you no...d fr... It eo.f .i notling to try the bullin.lo Ni' a ll r. it you wIIll, and help yiu to earn I.n tll i,- or li.llnry w.l.. Roth sears of all ag. s nl liv. at if hone :and work in spare tim'. or :iIll ih, liiln. Anlly lc alny where can earn a r':U .4. d i.l ..1' l.tlV %11ylMay hatve l ule Two lilndreidl Ililara ia Month. No cla,'...

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. — 23 September 1893

The Weekly Messengre. Published Every Saturday. --T ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Propi iitor. LAIZAIRRE IENVENU, - - MANAGER. OrFIcIAL. JOURNAL OF THE TOWN OF ST. MARTINVILLE AND SiT. MARTIN I'ARI:H "SubscIription $1 00 a year in advance. AI)VERTISING A'I'ES. APACE. I n 2 ms 3 in 6 itU I One in'h ... 1; 23,0 3001 500 800 Two inrh- . 25') I 150 4 50) so 1400 rhree inrh-. 3l00 43  5 501000 18010 Pour ineih.! 400 3 30) 50 12 30 2200 ive in 1;. 300 6 3) 7150 14 00 2200 Six in,.h:....I 600 7 31 850 1600 3000 One ',liinn '15002000 2400 4300 7500 Transient advertisvmn.ints, 75 cents per Inch for tirst insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Official or legal advertisements, $1 per I Inch for first. insertion; and 50 cents for ech subhsequent insertion. TrrBrief comlmunicat.ions upon subjects public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. SATURDAY, SEPT. 23, 1893. The Estopinal Murder. A most horrible and dastard ly crime was 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. — 23 September 1893

Local News. -Mr. K. Schwartz is in New 'rleans buying goods. -Mr. Winm. Esnard was the ;uest of Mr. F. Rousseau several lays this week. -The c~riminal term of the dis trict court is doing good work in Iberia parish. -The gins of Messrs Fournet & Delahoussaye commenced oper xtion Monday. -Mr. A. M. Hewitt collector of internal revenue paid us an iap. precidated visit last Thursday. --Miss Marcelite St. Germain made a trip to New Orleans this week to buy a new stock of goods. -New syrup was selling on our streets this week at 75 cents per gallon, and found a ready cash market. -J. B. Ferran is certainly the champion of low prices. -Mr. Chas. A. Thomas of the Lafayette Gazette spent several days in town this week, and paid a short, to this office. -Our young friend Mr. Stephen Voorhies of New Orleans is spen ding a few days in town the guest of Judge Felix Voorhies. -There were several fishing aarties this week. Our people seem to enjoy this sport as they E indulge in it quite freq...

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. — 23 September 1893

Painlcss I ,cntistry. Didn't Kuiiw Whe('n the Tooth Came IOuhit. luit. (lh, His Other Troulleý: '"D'I +"- it IIhurt vt'v liil i to) have a to ..th iuall,.1T? iuilnlire d a tall nmati of a 'l'rediiint -lur (t ,den tist. "That dl,'1 p ndl, '" a.>I; tife re-ply. "If the af, ctted tooth lhainlutis to be a liiai ir, with Ithe roots at right angles with each (; tht r, or if it is decayed slI n:- tiº iave the nerve uncovere l, ,ior if it is worn 4(liowi even with the .-liP-, so that it is nec"ess: 'ry t i t ti*t-h l iwiay in order to gt a god. h li for thel forcep,;. thlieu th. (chlilices are- that you will lhick a littl.''. Th iet the tall Iniiu tiret lltl, I fronim heaiil t. fo,, llul in a slhak ing v\'i ic said: "I liat do i ou think o(f thiat iie?1"' acc ,L pan iiiglll I hie wo i h Iy (Ii llenitiVi his o(nth I to the fullest extet iand indicat- I ing withi his initge.r the seat of the troulIhi. The iii l Ic r tli( k uill a smiill glass inistriuteint. with a little round looiking g...

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. — 30 September 1893

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. o f Ft. M (rinmll a anl rt Prish. . JUSTICE TO ALL. . t$I.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. VIII. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1893. No. 32. THE CHEAPEST STORE IN TOWN IS GBO. LOYAS & BRO., Main Street, near Railroad. St 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 sold at the lowest prices. Visit my store and save money. WE WANT YOU to act as our agnt. We furnish an expeMive Eatit and all yon need free. It costs nothing to try the business. We , ill treat you well, and help you to earn tenll time ordinary wages. Both sexes of all ages can liue at home and work in spare time, or all the time. Any one any where can earn a great .a)tl of |monev. Many hlave made Two HunIlrr.l Ikillars a Mouth. No elrds of people in the workl are makillg so much mosey without capital :as those at work for us. Bsin...

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. — 30 September 1893

The Weekly Mcl;s,:ngrc. u1hlh-!1 , . l';ier .,aurl 1;:v. I! - ST. M IINV IL, LA. ALEERT b ENVENU, 'One ht, uI I' r21, op111 , In. t AIZAIr E IfIt.\%1, I  \11 AII .FI, Orvr('Il, .I1 'Ist.'1, "Fi" Tol 'l o IP 'T.o ARitt . 11.,1. 1 .1 I. r. , i a rl 5 !'.110t N '[ llb4,ri l.!i,'n t1n, I a \ c) , Ill' n adl.mcI . l Pve );. 1ill In I ase 7 ); t s 1 Sia i I h -. V 1 '1 l 5.11 1 1 :) lHI ) N. I T wo i,,llh .... I- S -"f!' ;:',,I) lI :,1) till I 71m Three inlh,. , r ,! 7I :,u .51 ilt InMINI Four in, , I i ..3 n , 0 -1 'tI ':. 12 )5 221N) Five in O -. ,011 0, , 7 :.o : I 1 (Nil 21;in) 81i in,'h.... 10141 ; 7 O 1 )GHI) 31NN1 O ne lumu 15 fil -1 0111 ' 2! 11t l 1. 001 1 7:Jil TransiPnt ad3 irt isilirPHil. , '7 cePnlts per inch for irt inccrtliotn; )50 cents for each lubseqllellnt in,erticli. Official or l,all alver i unllentsl, $1 per I inch for first inls,'rtion,; atnd l o n5etll for each sllhsiqellt'll illserl.lill. [[FHrief co'nllllllunications upolll ln ;ujects public inltelrest soli...

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. — 30 September 1893

Local News. -Miss Blanch I)urand is visit ing in Opelousas. -The A. O. A. social club gave in informal dance at Duchamp's .all last night. -If you want hargains in any and all kinds of goods call at J. B. Ferran. -One has perhaps no idea of the number of persons who visit our tish streains every day of the week. - Mr. L. C. (Gauthier has some fine mules for sale. Persons need ing some will do well to consult him. -Miss Emilie Dupre after a sojourn of several months here re turn to her home in New Orleans Wednesday. -K. Slihwnrtz maintains that he leads in go~l goods and low prices. He has the most complete stock of any store in town. -Dr. Hl. ,r, Mahy made a trip to the city last Sunday to visit his sister, Miss Louise de Mahy who is very seriously ill. -Miss Antnia Briant left for her home in New Orleans Mon day, after a sojourn of several weeks in t,.-s n. -Our young friends. Albert and Rol,ert Voorhies and 1)u champ Laibd. left Wednesdny for Chicago. to attend a medical course. -...

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. — 30 September 1893

Our National Flower. Ever since Abraham Lincoln ex pressed the opinion that the mule and not the eagle, should be the National emblem, because the mule has been an important fac. tor in the development of the country, the suggestion has caused more or less discussion, but de spite the fact that Lincoln array ed himself on the side of the mule the eagle bird still remains a prime favorite, and is destined to keep his roost on the upper edge of our coat of arms as long as this glorious republic exists. This much can be regarded as settled, but now the question of a Nation al flower has been raised, and our esteemed contemporary, the Chi cago Herald, declares that noth ing could Ie more appropriate than the cabbage, known in polite society as the brassica oleracea. It argues that the cabbage flou rishes in every State of the Union andt is equally favored in all. The btates agrees with the Herald, and will venture the assertion that so far as beauty is concerned it can hold its own 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. — 7 October 1893

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. OFFICIAL JOURNAL et Mart.nville and Ut. Mart. Pai. JUSTICE TO ALL. s Il.oo Pier Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. VIII. Sr. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1893. No. 33. THE CHEAPEST 8TORE IN TOWN I8 OIM)IMYAS & BRO., Sein Buset, mar Bsilroad. s Mstinvi le, Louisiana. DRALERS IN Groceries, Hardware, Glass ware, Tinware, Notions, Woodenware and Willowrare. -ALSO Wine, Whisky, Beer, Fine Liquors etc. Fresh Goods received daily and sold at the lowest prices. Visit my store and sawve money. WE WANT YOU te set as our agent. We furnish a expea oath and all yoe need free. It eoats enthtag to try the btmtaess. We will treat you well, ead help yo to ear. te times ordinary wages. oth eres of all ages oat live at home ans work Ia psre time, or all the time. Ay one any where , a1 aear atat of money. Many have made Tar uadsred Ddlars a Manth. No class f unepe in the world are making so much money withot capital as t· e at woeolbr as. Business pleasat, strictly ...

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. — 7 October 1893

The \Vcek!y Mlessengre. l'ubl.,hled i.. ry .:t urday. tT ST. MARTIiN VILLE, LA. ALBERT BIENVENU. Flt1,"r .an, I'ri,,liotor. LAIZAIRE I-.E t . MANAIER. OcIIClSAt. lo'uN tl. ,iF TIIr TOWN oy 8T. MARTINVII.I.F. t.1, S I'.  IA N I'iAt. II Q -ub,erilpt iu $1 04 a e.\ar in aolr,,nee. SPACK. I s 2 ui1- I i n '. I . _ One Inch..A II 1 1 3:, : 0( .V 8011 Two inch ,. 2 .oI :, I,(1 4 N 1 (4 1400 three in. h.- :; i,: I I :,1 . 0 10 00 1i 0t ) Four inch,', tI o I,) :5(, 12 530 2200( FIve in ih-, .' :,1, m 1 -01 7 54 11(002 200 Six lni t, .... 4;i4, 7 -, 0 Ili 00 ':o00 One colmnll 1,4 2 1145)1 21 IO ;45(H)1 7500 Transient adr,'ltis,'ll'l ts. 7, r'ent4tt per tech for tirst inlertionl: :,u 'ents for each eubseqluenlt il'.rt loll. OJielal or le-gal ailveltisemlents, 51 per 1 inch for first insertion: and 50 cells for each subsequ'ent insertionl. IBrief '4omnlllilliail'nsi44l1 Ilpol stthjects public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anollVnlmous letters. SATURDAV, O( TOiBER 7, 189...

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. — 7 October 1893

Local News. hi -Read the proceedings of the th police Jury in this issue. -The public schools opened at Monday with full attendance. sc -Miss Eloulie Gueriniere re- T turned from Lafayette Monday. hb -The place for you to buy gro ceries is at J. B. Ferran. T -Mr. Paul Buillaud of Brous sardville spent a few days hero F this week. -Several young men from this a town attended a ball at Breaux is Bridge last Sunday. at -Our young friend Mr. Paul at Balphen has secured a position ol at the St. John plantation during the grinding season. e; -Our merchants must be jubi- 81 lant over the business outlook F judging from the large amount of F goods they received. al - We have just laid in a new b :upply of stationary this week. 0 tf you need anything in the prin- s: Sing line, come here and tell us ,bout it, we will suit you. ti -The .bank is doing a lively c' business since a few days, and our ti people are beginning to realize the benefit of such an institution m for the easy transaction o...

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. — 7 October 1893

Unseemly Conduct. The country is tired of the ob structive and do-nothing policy that characterizes the action of the United States Senate on the Wilson repeal bill, which provides for the abolition of the purchasing clause of the Sherman act. Not alone has the country become weary, but thinking men fail to find sufficient excuse for the con duct of those men sitting in tne Senate chamber, toward the peo ple whose interests they have placed in jeopardy, and whose di. gnity they have ignored. The "grave and revered signors" are tearing down the traditions that have surrounded the Senate of the United States and clothed it with almost saintly gravity; such men as Senator Stewart, of Nevada, would soon dissipate the glamour that has veiled the great Senate from impertinent intimacy. The country is in the throes of a tremendous internal financial convulsion. Each day, passing away to be added to the ever swelling number, builds higher and stronger the barrier that the Senators are raisi...

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