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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 16 December 1893

Local News. --Mr. O. M. Nilson made o tri to Evergreen, Avoyelles paris last week. -Fire works of all kinds an description at Mrs. E. W. Bien venu. -Our board of trade is aelead doing gook work. Watch and se what they will do. -We publish this week th proceedings of the town counci and the police jury. -Mr. Arthur Voorhies and lad of New Orleamn spent a day o two in town this week. -Mr. Wm. Esnard spent a ter days in town this week, the geeu of Mr. F. Rousseau. -The Sisters are preparing th, children for their Christmas tre entertainment on Christmas day. -All you may need in gooi things for the holidays you cat find at Mrs. E. W. Bienvenu'i store. --The weather has been too ho this week, in fact, it was rea spring time, and flowers are ii bloom everywhere. -Wine! Wine!! the best kep in this town, is to be found at J B. Ferran's, at prices lower that the lowest. -The Waters Pierce Oil agency here ran short of gasoline oil which is the reason our streel lamps were not lit several nig...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 16 December 1893

Town Council. Regular meeting of the Town Council held tlhis 6th day of December 1893. Pursuant to adjournment the Council met this day at the Court House in regu lar session. His Honor A. V. Fleming. Mayor pre siding, and all members present. The minutes of the last meeting, were read and on motion duly seconded, were approved. The committee appointed at the last meeting to look for a suitable place to keep and shelter the Road Machine etc.. reported as follows: That they have considered the matter, and that after examining the market house, they be. lieve that by adding to the Engine room, therein two more sections of that building, sufficient room could be ob tatned fir the use of both the Engine and the Road Machine, without any in convenience to either; and therefore suggest therein the partition wall now built that, be removed to the third section of that building and that tw,, mole front doors, similar to the one now In place be added thereto. There upon, on motion of Mr. Lab...

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 December 1893

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. of atf i  I. a .ta rt Pari.A . - JUSTICE TO ALL. S- sI.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Vot. VIII. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, DtCEMBER 23, 1893 No. 44. THE CHEAPEST STORE IN TOWN IS IEO. LOVAS & BRO., . Main Street, near Railroad. $t. Martinville, Louisiana. DF \T.ERS IN Groceries, IIardware, Glass ware, Tinware, Notions, Woodenwvare and Willowrare. -AL.\ISO Wine, Whisky, Beer, Fine Liquors etc. Fresh Coods received daily and sold at the lowest prices. Visit my store and save money. I receive flour by Car-loads direct fro:n St. Louis and will sell chicapor than New Orleans and anybody eis2. $3,000.00 A YEAR FOR THE INDUSTPIOUS. If you want k thu: I t 1 n-at:ii.[ rofitable, seodes your ntidl t-- ;,.. L,-a . v. t each meu and women hlw t, Ca :a .1a 5".0) per day to 3,i000 per )3 ar wI:'aout Lat ig Lao previous eperience. a-,, f . 1-. I le b.pl, Ietnant at which lthey an Inake tant mI ai''. .N1 t.i: g adtcult to lears or that rtqulil,- 1. 1 tleic ...

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 December 1893

The Weekly Messenger. I'ubhsied vervy ~arturday. ST IMARTINV'ILLE, LA. AL3EHT LIENVENU, t .,.or a:,! I'ropl ietur. LAIlZAIRE lit4.: : ".' . - - Ua:AGER. OFI CIAL *ll ' . .;; 0i, a T;I:E 'l\ ' 6ST. M ARTINS II '. .. ; .i.,a r . I I I m3psublcr ipt1u; ilt ") car tn adlvance. ADVEE -1:-INN.: I.Al ES. rPACF.. n ' au tume: 6 me 1I Onein-h... 1:- )' 30Og 500 80(0 Two i:ch. .1 2. 3 150 800 1400 rbtseeinch:s '3:)) I t 550 1000 1800 PolnIht~ t) ) ,: 50 12 50 2200 Flvela ir ei. ,  .Y 50" 14 001 2600 Iit i -h-!h .. t, ), 7 5 i , 01 16 00 3000 One colunu 15 0) 20 10, 21 001 45 001 500 transient adverts-!s,","ut', 75 cents per Inech for first insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent inu~rtion. Oleial or l,, al adverti.sements. $1 per I lach for first insertion; and 50 cents for each subsequent inuertion. (7Brief corme-unicatlons upon subjects of publle interest 'olicited. No attention will be given to anonvmnous letters. SATURDAv, DEc. 23, 1893. LTh, Refinery. Much h"; bl):en said and written...

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 December 1893

_" -Fr MUP. `WITH THE CURRENT 7L of Chri mas d to 1 tte ý. the " stock re`""-. rs ot e lock seat. A IS-I have thnem ti(i d cunt, coteaat. O-n 1Nw Year's all custoe will be presented with AN ELEGANT SOUVENIR. To the liberal patronage of St. Martin public I owe my success in business and to them I extend my heartfelt thanks wishing them a prosperous and Happy New Year. me, I· t's~~

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 December 1893

MERRY CHRISTMAS. HAPPY NEW YEARE * GOOD LUCK TO ALL! * H OU I TO BiPOST O ALL LOCAL IllHNTl AND BE HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS THE COMING YEAR, 'ONLY - $I A YEAR. - WE DO ALL KINDS OF._ JOB WORK IN NEAT AND ELEGANT STYLE. OUR PRICES IF YOU CONSIDER CGOOD WORK. ARE THE CHEAPESt.

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 23 December 1893

Local News. --TI firemen tried their steam engine last Sunday morning. -Out merchants have put 'in large stocks of goods for the holi. days. -The shingle mill is now run ning at its full capacity. The de mand for shinges is good. -The only place to get real fine candies and fine fruits is at Mrs. E. W. Bienvenu. -Miss Estelle Bourdier spent several days in town this week visiting friends and relatives. -Mr. J. B. Levert who was running short of coal at his St. John plantation received two bar ges of eoal this week. -Mrs. John F. Bowen of La fayette is spending a few days here, the g1est of her brother, Mr. Charles Gueriniere. -Mrs. Chas. G. Fuselier is here since a few days with her sister in-law Miss Fuselier, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emile Landry. -For the holidays you will find at Mts. E. W. Bienvenu Pineap ple, Cauliflowers and all kinds of fruits bonbons and fireworks. -The Oil Works here will soon pat their kefining machinery in order, and will then be prepared to supply the...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 23 December 1893

Lcn:rons and Oranges. The I'l, ,t ,: , r. ,, :. a. n, w:ichI commeni.,eI ,' i: Ssp',.,dle,, i.- f about cn, 1.:. O()ily a small por- t tion of t!,., crop. ustimated vari- ' ously at fiaro 21,000, to 5yU0 1 ' boxes, e;Imv t., tlii- ci.;. The,, percentage of hfa;.ao :e Fl!rij n oranges h , , 1 . n , i. , i; L i, being rusty or "i:ori y," n pri'.s I t have been uusatiofactry to the' growers. The aver.'ge ,frei:hlit on a box of lea;,nes fr.,m rlorijde to New York is titv cuiits. whil' from Sicily illh cost f,,r tral':spor tation i, but thirty-tcwo cents, with duty ::,ua uting to n, iuch more. T!. r;:ilroad charges from Californi:" on a similar packa'..t are eighty-sev'nii aild a h ,lf cent,. i but the crop in (Californi', is small. and as yt sp!,ecinen lemons have been soon here. Nearly three' million be::,.~ s ir' ini ; c.,,::^ in to the UnIite ,l ;te. s lroln di tra nean port, darinlg last year. The lemon se:. -n , ith locald deals ,s' begins N,,vembl,cr 1. Nwhen the first tiew Sic...

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 December 1893

THE WEEKLY MfSSENGER, of I. Martinville and St. Mmtn Parish. JUSTICE TO ALL. 4i.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advrnte. VOL. VIII. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMskR 30, 1893. No. 4. m1111 . .. . - ... . .. . . • ill I l. II .I a = lln)llI N I I I il ia I mii I IIn . . . . THE CHEAPEST STORE IN TOWN IS GEO. LOYAS & BRO., Main Street, near Railroad. St. Martinville, Louisiana. DEALERS IN ;roceries, 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 anbaey I received flour by Car-loads direct from St. Louis and will sell cheaper than New Orleans and anybody else. 3,o000.00 AYEAR FOR THE INIOUSTRIOU8. If you want work that is plea'aut and proftalbk send us your address munmediatel. We teach men and women how to earn from $6.00 per day to O,~00 per year withouat having haed pvio experience, and turnih the employmeut At which they can make...

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 December 1893

The \\'ckl' Mcssencgr. ':th l, t 'i B r . ,t> .:'ay. ST. MARTIN' VILLE, LA. ALBERT BIENVENU, Elit"r and I'rtqii'tor. LAIZAIRE I. I'INENt', - M.ANAh.ER. OIrCIAL .IOURN It of Ti'Ha lOVwN Ji, One i nriii... 1 5 ,11, . 5 ,0 1 51 1 Two ilrr";t, 1"_' S, :I 5 (o 15 Sn, I0 Cc ,0 1 Ohrei in -*: :: I -i 1 5ý .i 10 O ?100 214W Five ini!t . ,-t )l ' 7 ' 11i1 21 4;( Six inrw'' .., 1 t 7 "1 s 5 ) Itl 1 t:N) One tolini 1: I.! 2tiliti i 00 ) 1:N)1 7.00 Transient . i , ii , hri e,int., '; euts per inch for first inserlion; 5u cents for each subsequent insertion. Official or legal advertisements, $1 per 1 inch for first insertion; andl 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. 0i"Brief comnlllnicatinns upon subjects Iof public interest solicited. No attention will b ,' i'i to anonvmnous letters. SATU'RDlA', I)EC. o, 189q3. THE NEW YEAR. Day after to,-m'rrow the new year will dawn upon the workl, and no bett r time tcould 1te selec ted for sal utarv reflection. As we cast a retros,'ctive glance u...

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 December 1893

Local News. -The best liquors in town are ,pt by George Eastin. Misses Lucie and Berthe Mar a are spending a few days in ow Orleans. -Those who may be in need of ,rogramtnes for the ball tomorrow ight can have same by calling at his office. - Judges Fehx Voorhies, Dan. W. Voorhies and J. Laurent Du rest made a short visit to the *ity this week. -J. B. Ferran has the largest ,tock of groceries in town, his .rices are the lowest. We had the pleasure this week, )f a visit of Mr. Ozeme Robi Theaux of the upper part of the perish. -Those of our boys who indul Aed in an overdose of booze on Christmas were limited to less than a dozen. -All kinds of fire works at JMrs. E. W. Bienvenu. -The entertainment and ball iven by the Excelsior brass band 'or its benefit will take place to morrow night The first mass Christmas norin ing was said at four o'clock; it was a high mass sung by the pu -ils of the Convent Schools. --George Eastin has a fine line of liquors get your New Year's supply from hi...

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 December 1893

Weought t, hl,, boet;"r roads soon with -llI the .;.is b,.ing ta ken to s'ocure tit rnt. 'There have been halt ;n (I,/o1n r,.id conven tions, scv 3ral priivt ' no ,vements 4 in favor of better Iii hwayi. and 4 finally the orYgaiz:",ia ,,f : Ju reau of Road limrt "' :u i I by the Department of Agriculture. We have ailreadt n: :-,ntined the steps being take.n !,y the "ecretary of Agricuiui re to, c lle-ct iniforma tion ,"n th1 s.t:lject of tho con struction and rlpair ,4f roads, their maintenance, etc. The result is 1 so thoroughly sthi:,factory, and the (lepartth tt hi: : collected so much data tat t ill be useful that it has decided to 4,ir:,izo a Bu reau of Road lnpr4l4,,ve.nt: that is, the cmnlp,:iga in fav,,r of better I roads is to, Ibe riot no-rely a tem porary, but carried on permanent ly year i4 and year out. tuntil all our hi lhv'ay are in gootd condi tion. 'I'ii:: is the only way to se cure that result. (t,4l, roads are not to be oJbtuaijidl at once or by a short agitOti ...

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. — 6 January 1894

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. of St. Martiurilln ..dt. IHrtn Parijh. " JUSTICE TO ALL. - t.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. VIII. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY) JANUARY 6, 1894. hN. 45. SI I THE CHEAI'EST STORE IN TOWN IS EO. LOYAS & BRO., Main Street, near Railroad. SSt. 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. I received flour by Car-loads direct from St. Louis and will sell cheaper than New Orleans and anybody else. $3,000.00 A YEAR FOR THE INDUSTRIOUS. If you want work that t- pleasant ald profitable, enad as Sour addresa itunedlzatt I1. We t.ach men anld women how to eai n I'nnIIn 5.(N) p·r day to 63,000 per year without Isot a l. ,previous experl elee, and furullb tI e Iih m1111.1ta at :t which they can make that amonlllll. .lothillu diflcuiI to learn or that requira iu...

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. — 6 January 1894

T ' Weekly Messenger. Published Every Saturday. -AT ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. LAIZAIRE iIIENVENU, - - MANAGE. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE TOWN OF ST. MARTINVILLE AND ST. MARTIN I'ARIS ]GSubscription $1 00 a year in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. SPACs. I in 2 ins 3 ms 6 ms 1 One inh... 150 250 300 500 800 Two inch. 2 50 3 50 4 50 800 1400 Three inches 3 00 4 30 5 50 1000 1800 Pour iuch'es 400 550 650 1250 2200 Five inches. 50) 650 750 1400 2600 Six inche+.. 600 7 50 850 16 00 3000 One column 1500 2000 24001 45 00 7500 Transient advertisements, 75 cents per inch for first insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Official or legal advertisements, $1 per 1 Inch for first insertion; and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. StBrief communications upon subjects of public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. SATURDAY, JAN. 6, 1894. Married. Wednesday evening the 3rd. inst., at 7 o'clock P. M., Prof. W. H. Beall and M...

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. — 6 January 1894

Local News. -The refinery. -We want the refinery. -If our people want a refinety they can have it. -Mr. Charles Broussard has closed his saloon. -Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Broussard of Lafayette spent New Years here with their parents. - Mr. Homer J. Mouton of the Lafayette Gazette spent New Years in town. -The MESSENGER secured last Tuesday the contract to do the parish printing for $150 a year. -The business done by the stores on the first day of the year, augurs well for the future. -Prendergast, the murderer of Mayor Harrison of Chicago will be hanged. He will get his just deserts. -The services of Mr. Chas. A. Thomas have been secured by the Bank. Mr. Thomas will act as assistant cashier. -Mr. Theodore Laperuse was given the contract to open the bridge at this place, being the lowest bidder. The price is $150. -,-The large demand for space in the columns of the ME8SENGEB is a sign that it pays to place an advertisement in its columns. -The St. Martin's Oil Works expect to put on the 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. — 6 January 1894

Promises Far-Reaching Re suits. Editor .Memenger : lit Your well-grounde 1 views,enun- ad ciated in plreceding issues of the lo MESIEN.En., up(,1 the entire fea- isi Fihility of erectinlt: a retinery in, b' or adjacent to,. this townu, ~lhoulll h find a reslpone and enlist the het gr efforts of our p ,ople, because it B dicloses ,ossihilities for our fu- of ture prosperity, that would seem Li most clearly proilble of realiza- st tion. et All that nature has done for us will amount to nothing, unless we do our part by her. The d( wealth stored iup in the inexhaus- In tible soil, in proximity to this town, though it he '" as great as that of Ophir. or that once hidden in the quartz rock and sand of i California," will remain forever buried, unless brought to light by f the intelligent and persistent ef fort of man. In short, our varied a resourc.vs will not., certainly, spon ta', eb'sly ,h'velop themselves. Let us ldliuce lpossible results that might flow from the opera tion of a mill...

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. — 13 January 1894

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. odft.M,onil- ...... n R, I , 'uri .h. JUSTICE TO ALL. - $i.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VoL. VIII. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA.. SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1894- No. 47. . . . . I "HE CHEAPEST STORE IN TOWN IS EO. 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. I received Ilour by Car-loads direct frotm St. Louis and will sell cheaper than New ()rleans and anybhodlvy ic'he. $3,000.00 A YEAR FOR THE INDUSTRIOUS. If you want won k thlat plea.: ut and profitable, sead u J you r hlll l-- I , l li:t.l 'y.. 1I ' u tachull rmen and wolen hti"w to a:t1 i1 trlo.t l I.tM)P per day to 53,000 per iear w.latut ,li.ini l fhai previous experieuce, alnl Iiir i-It tn i t the e nlpl mnt at which they can mallkl e tlht lamlnllll t. N hine d...

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. — 13 January 1894

The Weekly Messenger. M , ., l 'u lha h , 'I l .r y .i t u ,l:t y . ST. MARTIN VILLE, LA. C ALBERT BIENVENU, Edit, ru'l o 1'r. pt l oir. LAIZAItI: lPE.;.l , - ,AI, F.Rt. OFFYIIAL .J)ut'1:NI, lI TIl:; 'tI\,:; 4Ojr 6T. MARTINVILI.E N.t N T. lAlt FIlN I'ARIi 1 AD\iVEHTIIi N; HATIE. SP E I III 2 :: I .I Ii 1; , O(e in Ii...l I 1 t 2 ;t 1oo 3 1Ot s Two i:i·,i 2 . :31 I n 1 n 50 114 (I rhrer'int ,r . :1 I.rl 43 , ,n1 10'(ll H IO n I Four inuh illt  I 3 (; 3 12i 0 3 220 -( Five inl;:i,4. 1t, ; :.10 7 30 1l II 2o )0 Rix itil + .. l;O 7 :,30 1 0 il; l 300)0 One cnlll l 1n0., 2III) "ll 21, _ 1 ) 13 I101 7500 I Trainsient adIvertigeinelit%, 71 iets per inch for lirot insertion; 351 c, lts for each subseq eiit inertl Ion. V Ofltfiial or legal adverl ielUenlts, $1 per s 1 inch fr lil,t ilnsertioi; anld 50 ents for t each uhseuequ'nt ins,"rtion. CL'lrief ,onltnllica ,ion uIlpnn sulbjects of public interest iolicited. No attention will be given to anonymnus letters. SATUHrDAV, JAN. 13, I894....

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. — 13 January 1894

Local News. -We are again enjoying spring like weather. -Mr. F. Rousseau made a *ip to the city this week on business. -Mr. Henry Briant of New Or leans is hero since Tuesday on business. -The theatre and ball to be given on the 20th is still on the programme. -Large numbers of flat boats loaded with cane are seen passing for here almost every day. at -Miss Sidonie Simon of Opel- be nusas is spending a few days on the ter plantation home of Mr. O. J. Du. rand. -The small crafts are plying with great regularity to this port ari bringing in loads of sugar, lum- tai ber, etc. e01 -If any one imagine that the th projected refinery will not materi- th' elize, all they have got to do is to an "bide a wee. TI -The passenger train leaving here Tuesday was more than usu ally filled, in fact nearly every seat was occupied. ---Misses Coralie Rolsseau, An na Labbe and Inue Broussard left b for New Orleans Monday, to re main until after Mardi Gras. co -The committee having in Ri charge the Mardi...

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. — 13 January 1894

olice Jury. be, a rept Regular tueetinllg f the tIoli'e Jury of ish fT tle Parish of ;t. Martini held 1 J.anuary zil A.\ . I. I1t. vario year. The mtnIPtilg \vwaa 'rileid to older at II Ht 'cIlock a. i.. tli, day. Ih ie metilng has- ish I tog been Iostplone I by the I'res.idtient by and reason of the regular il.y heit a legal State bholiday. lene The Koll wia called i an iI th following r aolmed nli'O.I ", aiI:-V tt i o their ea names: Isou. E. 1. I lih .t,.;I, 1'r.ident, issu ad Me-,.srs. Iu(lb"'au..%l,lti in and Ila- =nch Ild. Absent Mr. GutIe, il ,t. prov The miilllntes of the L,t Imeeiting were fil then reta andll aliro,,i t. tra. The ('lerk repolrts that he has just sold wit to conformruity wilh pullli notice given, to a the Contract for thl keeping of Bridge ittel across liyoin 'iechile iill e townt of St. Martinsillh 1 dlinig tIhi' year 19 I, ans the said 'tlllltat was adljudicated to AIr. Theotlore iilluprllt for tile sum of One hundried anl lillty dhlllais hle being the o...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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