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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 20 January 1894

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. or t. MartLnv..Ill . . , t, PTi.h. h JUSTICE TO ALL. . Si.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. VIII. . ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1894. No. 48. THE CHEAPEST STORE IN TOWN IS "O4. LOYAS & BRO., i Main Street, near Railroad. St. Martinville, Louisiana. DEALERS IN Groceries, Hardware, Glass ware, Tinware, Notions, Woodenware and Willowrare. --ALSO Wine, Whisky, Becr, Fine Liquors etc. Fresh Goods received daily and sikl at the lowest prices. Visit my st ,re and save money. I re: ,'i I 1 'itr i,\ Car-loads lu .t St . I.,utis and \, i , t'al.e'' than ' rlt'ans and t t ,'ily clist'. $00oo.oo00 A YEAR FOR TH~ INDUSTRIOUS. 1f·I iu tw..r o ... . . I-ab t and profitable ,, .l - u . '" . " , II. . t. "Ia ' '1 ~ I \ t Ic nlle h ili w , ", , , , ,' , r,' S .a l.?. r day to « el 1s.I I p . .." .. .."ut I1( II . tub tlil i prilious .r c t . ", t lit I hi i j mI *o,.'imt at which telr. tir , l ý.: . Il iI ; . tl'llut 1. ,.IIII inY tittifcult to tia...

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 January 1894

The Weekly Messenger. Published Every Saturday. -AT 48T. MARTINVILLE, LA. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. ýLaulZas BIaNVaNC, - - MANAGER. O1crrIAL JOURNAL OF THE TOWN OF t ST. MATINVILLE AND ST. MARTIN PARISH SISubscription $100 a year in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. SPACs. I1 m 9m i 3ms 6ms 1 Oneinch... 150 250 300 500 800 Two inches. 250 350 4 50 8 001400 Tbree iobesl 300 450 5· 0 1000 1800 Fouinlaches 400 550 650 1250 2900 ive ioches. 500 650 750 14 00 600 83X inches.. 600 750 8 5016 00 3000 Os colamn 1500 2000 2400 4500 7500 Tran~ient advertisements, 75 cents per Inch for first insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. OUelal or legal advertisements, $1 per 1 inch for first insertion; and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. t'Brief communications upon subjects of public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. SATURDAY, JAN. 20, 1894. DECEIVING HIS FRIENDS. Gov. Foster has, after a lapse of two years, deceived his friends in this 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. — 20 January 1894

Local News. --6h sbir8s are becoming the Vi spete6 ofthe day, we have heard go lot everJ btb this week -Mr. Nehialle French,atfAle. D andris, is on a visit heis, to his tr brother, K). A. R. French. da -Mr. J. B. Ferran is still sell ing goods ht prices that are too V low for his competitors to meet. --The Centennial lodge K. of P., gave their annual dinner at ' the Durand's hotel Wednesday evening. a -We were pleased to meet Mr. i Glab P. Fournet on the streets c 'this week, after a severe case of c the grip -The N. W. Lodge lately ar. pgnized here, is becoming very popular, the list of membership is increasing every day. -Mr. Saleem Poulas has open ed a general store this week in one of the Fournet stores, Main street. We wish him success. -Mr. A. V. Fleming has this, week received a beautiful bearse. He is now ready to take full charge of funerals. -Boys be in time and get your programme for the ball this even ing at this oisee, we have nice and elegant programme with pen- f cils...

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 January 1894

The Annual Meeting Of The State Agricultural Society At Ol,clousas. The annual meeting of the state Agricultural Society, which will be held in Opelousas January 21. 25, and 26, promises to lie p.rhllps the most brilliant mecting since the Society was il;nigur;atid ,by Gov. McEnery some eight years t ago. A large numnn er orf dlistin guished speakers on agricultural subjects have already consented to address the meetling, as has al so Gov. Foster, who will deliver an address on the relation of the state to agriculture, certainly a spatter of prime impnortaiceU in an agricultural state like Louisiana. Prof. S. A. Knappl of ('aleasioeu parish, formerly professor of agri culture at the I:niiversity of Iowa. will deliver an addllre .s onl Teclhni cal education in agriculture, antl the professor's well known ablility and rare oratorical powers will make his address a marked fea ture of the occasioin. ('ol. (pus. A. Breaux of Lafayette will deli ver an address on the Adaptabli lity of the...

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 January 1894

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. of St. Mua asrilre and St. rla. JUSTICE TO ALL. }. i.oo Per Years Invariably in Advance. VOL. VIII. S7. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, JANUA"Y 27, I89% No. 49. rHE CHEAPEST STORE IN TOWN IS GEO. LOVAS & BRO., Main Street, near Railroad. St. Martinville, Louisiana. .. DEALERS IN ti'oceries, Hardware, Glass ware, Tinware, Notions, Woodenware and Willowrare. -ALSO Wine, Whisky, Beer, Fine Liquors etc. Fresh Goods received daily arnd sold at the lowest prices. Visit my store and save moneyi receiv >. , . . direct f;:io: St. Loui s aid will sell cheaper than New Orleans and any;body else $3 000.00 A YEAR FOR THE INDUSTRIOUS f you wlan or k that i pleasant and protable, ltbd a our adir, , htI ediautel. We teach mae and wonwen hiuw to etrn trom b5.00 per dat to !3,000 per year wu sout having had prevlo.s veiiriec, e.ad t niieh the enmploy went at which they can suLe thit ai:Junlt. Notlin dificult to eIrIa or that reoulre t.,ich time. The work it uasy bealthy, Iau...

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 January 1894

The Weekly Messenger. Published Every Saturday. -AT 8T. MARTINVILLE, LA. St ce ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. LitIAIRE BiENVNt, - - MzNAGEL 9q OrGrcsL JOUm.AL OF TME TOWN OF gO ST. MARTINVLLLE AND ST. MARTIN PARSH fo E'Subscription $100 a year in advance. vi ADVERTISING RATES. ,ePc,. I1 mna 3 ms 6 ms 1 wi -Oane i b... 110 250 3001 500 80 ti Twlntache;. 250 $50 450 800 1400 cc Chbreeinches 300 450 550 100011800 rool inchei1 400 550 650 1250 2200 m Pive in"b . 500 6 7 0 714 00 2600 S iz inohei.. 600 750 850 1600 3000 One colafsa 00 r 2000 t oo 4 0 ~o Transient advertisemenlts, 75 cents per Ytnch for first insertion; 50 cents for each a subsequent insertion. Official or legal advertisements, $1 per I inch for first insertion; and 50 cents for ,Sach subsequent insertion. 7TBrief communications upon subjects 't public interest solicited. No attention Cl will be given to anonvmous letters. 01 SATURDAY, JAN. 27, 1894. P aI THE THEATRE. I -6b As the weather was cold and ci rainy S...

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 January 1894

Local News. -The finest and best liquors in < town are kept by Geo. Eastin. -MT. O. M. Nilson returned here last week from Avoyelles t +,rish. -Make it your business to vis it J. B. Ferran when yoR want to' buy goods. -There was a light freeze and heavy white frost last Sunday amorning. The temperature has tinen considerably since. -Messrs. A. Gernaud, I. C. 3ienvenu L. L. Vautier, Terv.ille $ienvenu and Anthony GoQard went to the pity last Sunday. -George Eastin gets lis lort car loads, which permits him to sell the best quality for the least money. -Bead the appeal asie by the board of trade which appears in 'another column. If you have not given your share for the celebra 'tion, do it now, it is not too late. -The prospects for a sew saw I mill at this place are very encour- I aging, and if we are to rely'on the I information we have had, it will t be In operatida in a shoet time. - The finest groceries in town I are to be found at J. B. Perran, at i the lowest prices. --We a...

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 January 1894

The Women of India. i Their Life Is Severe, and They Barely Know Pleasure. They Are Forced by Custom to Live in the Closest Retiracy leniied Even Medical A. sistanee. In our own free country where the rights and privileges of wo-t men are daily becoming more widely recognized, it is almost in comnprehensible to grasp the fact of the complete isolation in which the women of India -among the highest castes-are living. To hear of the seclusion into which the poor little wives and widows are thrust makes one imagine that fables of long years ago are beingl told to us, and that we are listen ing to facts which happened in periods so remote that ancient folk lore alone i responsible for the recapitulation of tales which must have traveled through gen vrationis and generations ere they reached our ears. But it is modern times that the terrible restriction of women in India exists, when, from the mar riage day, the child-wives are ta ken from school, often at the ear ly age of nine and ten ...

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. — 3 February 1894

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. o F Ilt. FaManile and Hl. MArtn Parish. I JUSTICE TO ALL. . $ i.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. VIII. Sr. MARTINVII.E, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1894. No. 50. -HE CHEAPEST STORE IN TOWN IS 10. LOYAS & BRO., Rain Street, near Railroad. Stl Martinville, Louisiana. DEALERS IN oceries, 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. Y received flour by Car-loads direct from St. Louis and will sell cheaper than New Orleans and anybody else. $3,000.00 AYEAR FOR THE INDUSTRIOUS. Swant wn w k that l a I,h:o-ant andl pro, itable, as il o ·url ul|lll -- itrln ydnt ' ll. . W ,' tl( u Ih t1e1 d woruen ilW It 'tA rti t; i lllll *I*.t. p r 4dit to $5,0 per }.ar u uIoth t ution i t l p~ u-nios -perlrllc . tulI t I I!-I t hleh tm lle , , t :i t which ey can h took thl ot UI munIt11 . Nll'ilnl g .Ithtll Ito 4...

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. — 3 February 1894

The \Vcc!ily Mic:ss,:ngcr. ST. MARTIN\ ILLE', LA. ALtEK f bIENVENU, I -1, . n "! I'r ,. Ip 1 .1 H. LAIZAIII lil t.'\ f i' , - 1I.1.NAI, 1:. O A ic 1 "il.o ' , 1,) I TI F. . I r ee ith.... 5r 2 ,I, lli0 i SinE wo AI ' . ViI':i 4 1 IIt I I.S. fubrre ein-.' I I i n i i I 3 I 1; sIcoI Tne il ni 1 . I , ': )qI 1 -, l 15I. S0(I 75111) uubseq l' iin I ni rt,'lII. O(fli:ial or It i al ail\ertis,,'n('lnts . 0$1 p7 r I inch for tir.t insertion; and 50 cents for each s,nieql lnt inllsertion. T'Brief rt'llnllnll icat ions upon subjects ef public irateret solicited. No attention will be given to a1,nvnioius letters. SATURIDAY, lI EKI. 3, I 94. EPlIR.AIM AND) 1lIS PALS. Thle inisit stric'tures of our es teemed neilhblor in regard to, )ome cnmeni'uts passed upon the Govern,,r for his ungrateful nct in turniing down his most zealous suppo,,rters ill the nattier of the el)lppoinlmellnt of meImlbers of the present schooll, I,'ard, is a haily illustration of the mimintain la bored, lo, and Ibeht...

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. — 3 February 1894

Local News. -The Mardi Gras will he cele- J bmrted in the grandest and most gorgeous style. p -Mr. Alcide Borel of Jeaner ,tte was in town this week, on a s short visit. T -Mr. lames D. Houston, the famous New Orleans politician B died this week. d, -Get your shoes from J. B. Ferran, he keeps only the best on d the market. w -Miss Marie Simon of Opelou as is in town visiting friends and ci relatives. 0 -Let all our citizens show their b loyalty to King Kommerce on t4 Mardi Gras. -Misses Marie Louis Bertrand Il and Elnmire Barras are visiting n -New leria this week. c -Business has been very lively c this week, our merchants have b made very large sales. -Agricultural hardware at J. B. Ferran at the lowest market b prices. -Mrs. (has. Durand has again t removed her hotel to the Du- I champ building, Main street. -Mr. Felix Bienvenn made a a trip to the city this week on basi- a 'ness andi ie:tasure com bined. a -Mr. ('hris. Fitzgerald of a Houton. Tl'xas, was on a visit i -here thi.,...

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. — 3 February 1894

The I'rol,'s.:d lIntds. When it was first announ"e I by The Daily Free Pro,-" aheaI of every other papler in New ()rleans, we parentheti:ally remark) that Secretary ('arlisle proposed to issue the bonds of the govern mnent to pay the cuirrnt explenses which the current retvenues would not meet, there was astonishment, doubt and even incredulity in the minds of many who read it. To many who had been placed in a most uncomfortable position by the failure of the government to meets its obhligations the news seemed too good to be true. Many people failed to see from where he derived the authority to make this issue, believing, and correctlg, that (Congress alone had the power ito make provision for the deficiency. The secretary has no such pow er, and strictly speaking (1o does not intend to dlo any such thing. But the old saw tells us that "there are more ways to kill a cat beside choking it to ileath on cream," and Mr. Carlisle has found a way in which to relieve the congestedl state ...

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. — 10 February 1894

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. o f st. C a JOURNL ri. . JUSTICE TO ALL . 8s.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. VIII. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1894. No. 51. I-- - -~ I II • I I "l TTHE CHEAPEST STORE IN TOWN IS EO. LOYAS & BRO., Main Street, near Railroad. St. Martinville, Louisiana. DEALERS IN ,roceries, Hardware, Glass ware, Tinware, Notions, Woodenware and Willowrare. -ALSO Wine, Whisky, Beet, Fine Liquors etc Fresh Goods received daily ard sold at the lowest prices. Visit my store and save money. I receiv;.l flour by Car-loads direct from St. Louis and will sell cheaper than Ne:w Orleans and anybody else. 3, 000,00 YEAR FOR THE INDUSTRIOUS. If you want w k hat itt)l eaantand proftable, rend oui I a.:ti Illnndiater l. le Itrac mea and wouln. iw tl. e.1in. trrou 5.lO dar to "3,.000 peIr witr hout having had previous Sxperiet,.:..al I ture-ii1 thie mploement at Which h elay can o k it tt olllutillt. NotlLing dilfeillt to b"arn or tltth riteei.ll HiirCIe time....

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. — 10 February 1894

MAGNIFICENT! Was the Unanimous Ver- ti dict of the 8,000 People, ti Who Viewed the Pageant of King Kommerce, a Commemorating the New Era in Which c the Town has so Auspiciously I Entered. The Board of Trade Unstintingly Praised for its Management, Of the Most Gorgeous Affair that has Ever , Taken Place in a Country Town. I The sun rose last Tuesday morn ing with unclouded brilliancy; it I was the sun of an Austerlitz which many may recall of having read, and which to our town meant a memorable day. As its first beams penetrated the disappearing morning mists, it prognosticated a day of unusualclearness. And the promise was amply fulfilled. Those who had cheerfully given their time, and unsparingly con tributed of their means to make this day a memorable event in the annals of the town, can look back and feel that their efforts have been crowned with success. From early morning the people began to arrive until the hour of the pageant, when fully eight thousand people were lined along...

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. — 10 February 1894

The Weekly Messenger. Published Every Saturday. -AT ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. LAIZAIRE BIENVEN', - - MANAGER. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE TOWN or ST. MARTINVILLE AND ST. MARTIN PARISH DSubscription $1 00 a year in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. sePAC. I ml2msm 3 ms' ms 1 --i--- -- 4 One inch... 1i o 2 50 300 500 800 Two inchei. 2 50 3 01 450 800 1400 three inches 3 00 4 50 5 50 1000 1800 Four inches 4 00 5 50 , 50 12 50 2200 Five inche. 500 6 50 750 1400 2600 Six inhes.., 600 750 850 1 00 3000 One column i 1 00 20 00 2400 450 7500 Transient advertisements, 15 cents per Inch for first insertion; 50 cents for each rebsequent insertion. Official or legal advertisements. $1 per 1 inch for first insertion; and 50 cents for each subsequeut insertion. o g7Brief communications upon subjects of public interest solicited. No attention will be givento anonvmnus letters. SATURDAY, FEB. 10, 1894. I Local News. -Miss Coralie Rousseau arriv ed from the city Monday eveni...

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. — 10 February 1894

After Free Sugar, What. Providence Jnornal. The final decision of the House t not to put any duty on sugar br ings the Democrats face to face i with the most serious phase of the trouble which they have been inviting on their own heads ever since they abandoned the revenue principle in their tariff program me. We say the "final decision." though there is, of course, the possibility that the Senate may experience a spasm of good sense and put all sugars back upon the dutiable list, and that the house, having by that time begun to feel more keenly the difficulties con nected with an income tax, will accede to the Senate's demand in that respect in the final confer ence and compromise. Some very influential Senators on the Demo cratic side, like Gorman, of Mary land, Voorhees of Indiana and Mcl'harson of New Jersey, to say inothing of the Louisiana Sena tors. are believed to he in favor of the sugar duty and opposed to the income tax. But for the present, so far as the House is concern...

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. — 17 February 1894

THE WEEKLY. MESSENGER. of St. Ma rtini d t. Parih. JUSTICE T ALL, $. .oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. VIII. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., URDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1894. No. . THE CHEAPEST STORE IN TOWN IS GEO. LOVAS & BRO., Main Street, near Railroad. St. Martinville, Louisiana. DEALERS IN .Groceries, Hardware, Glass ware, Tinware, Notions, Woodenware and X\V illowrare. -ALSO Wine, \Whisky, Beer, Fine Liquors etc. Fresh Gcods received daily ard scld at the lowest prices. Visit my store and save money. I receiv 1 r by L.tr- io.lul direct f0o:n St. L.o-is and will -1 chcaJcr than NSi, ()rlcans and A YEAR FOR THE INDUSTRIIOUS. f yo w a t 1  ' ' ,  : " - ,t .o Ii rnlita ble, i es yli . . i". , .. ti .1 1. . 1: 1 \ ' I1 :11'h I. uer l r'Id WOrl n ltt ." I ' e. I1h ",t 4.1.(I u f"'1 it h. I.J3,000 r . ar t Ii t pi l r1.itt ..n l , rilen , t i: I .;~ ( ll.r 1 1w .i t 1 w h,0 .h they can I cc> t ci,..1.: i.:" "..il"l:t . I. arn or nt,. .. t ii. ' li1 tu ,rk i .asheal:!'. ic:tan , ...

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. — 17 February 1894

The Weekly Messenger. 1'Ptbtli t.d LEvery .'atu:',1y. - :T ST. MARITINVILLE, LA. ALSER r biE.i'VENU, G .it,;r .ua, l '1"',l ' icl; o . LAIZAIR. Iil:gNV t- . 111: :N..EIt.. OFH I1(.IA..ol t u. , i ;. ( . ,: I; 1 wN OF ST. MAiRTI NVIILI .'.rP i . . MAt 11. fi'AlI-Hl ,'. tl,., riit n  it u. :II .&.d . : . I I.-. O ne .ill -'... __1 :, ! 11l . Iro iln' " n' ll :n i ,1I (: ,Fl: I "' ": ',( j 2 0 t 'ivt i i :l -,, 1 ) (; ",) I 1 1 o It c 21;0 Six iii-) .. "'PI. 7 5n gall ; I1 00.1000 Onue cAl 1i:1 1)0') 2 0)I) 2! 100, 4 1001 7500 TraniE'nit ai lvt'r t 'islem ts. :, *ent4 per Inch for first i iertio; 0 e;:ts for each stlsequl ent insertion. .)fficial or lehal adhertimenlts. $1 per 1 inch for first insertion; and -,0 cents for each slbsequelt'! iIertion. O'Brief cnmuinica'tions upon subjects of public interest solieited. No attention will be given .o anonymous letters. SATURDAY, FEll. 1 7, 1 894. OUR CONVENT. We are informed by the Sisters of Mercy that they serious!y con tem...

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. — 17 February 1894

Local News. -- - -There was a heavy ice and d bfot Thursday morning. ii -We publish this week the proceedings of the police jury. -J. B. Ferran keeps the best .nd most elegant shoes in town. tl -Judge C. DeBaillon of La uyette was in town this week. v -Never fail to visit the store of ' J. B. Ferran before you purchase n your dry goods. h -Miss'Emma Duchamp return- o red from New Orleans last Sunday. I -Our tonsorial artist has or dered a new supply of razors and strap this week. -Messrs. L. J1. Gardemal and C T. J. Labbe made a short trip to New Orleans this week. -Mr. Walter Simon was called Ii here this week to the bedside of ti his mother who died Friday morn- r ing. -Miss Laperie Bienvenu of I New Orleans is on a visit here, to V ber brother, Mr. W. A. Bienvenu. -Fine and fresh groceries will always be had at J. B. Fer:ran's at the cheapest prices. b -Mr. Louis C. Duohamp made a short business trip to New Or leans last week. -Mr. H:mur J. Mouton editor A "f the Lt::fa fete G...

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. — 17 February 1894

Police Jury. Jr Regular meeting of thi, Police Jury of S th, lart-h ,,f t .rdurin held SI ,e b ru a ly . ;)zh A . ). 1 "l. A t The me:,inre c;asllcil to crer at 10 E o'clock a. to . th- '.y. T'h i Holl was C called. tll ithl .i, ;lt.,, r. were present. The Minute- of la-,t iu.'tiiug nere read S unid app oved. S Mr. ,+utku '-l' ,i xe is, for haviing failed to att'In last Itereting. was ac- A cepted. The i nii cof .Mr. Tlheolor " Laperuse as keeper of it; i,!: ;v at Ft. M:irtiuville waw accelpted by the P're-id lit. S Police Juror l)avial reports that h hhas as so aulltorizid, diipo-ed of the Con tract for the keepi:ng of Bridge acrosQ Bayou Techl at C'.:ilia and that said Contract was aldjludicated to Mr. A. H. Guilbeia for the sunt of Twenty Dollars he being the lowest and last bidder at fsaid amniit. The Bud of Mr. Guil beau was acelptl by the President. The Clerk anol 4ecouutant of the Po lice Jury reports that Ihe has issued sinee last Mieetiing, as so authorizld, the I follo...

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