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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 9 February 1895

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. ,e .ý-..,O r u,,~f S oALr,. r( JUSTICE TO ALL. > S*.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VotL IX. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9. I 89. No. I . VoL. IX. ST. MlARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9, r9S. N'o. s. T. J. Labbe, St. Martinville, Louisiana. -DEPARTMENT OF- - HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, FURNITURE, +F HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS + We sell fast and succeed not be cause we sell below cost, that does p not pay, but because our profits are very small and we treat all our customers alike and have only one t price. HOTEL DENECHAUD, CORNER CARONDELET AND PERDIDO STREETS, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. This Hotel Has Just Been Enlarged and Renovated. Ax ELECTRIC ELEVATOR AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS rATE BEEN PLACED IN THE BUILDING. 1 AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN ftLANL B. AUDIBERT, -DEALER Il- 1119 IIlB. NAILS, TOOLS, CUTLERY, SOLlS, TINWARE. SCRWS Groceries, Liquors, Tobacco and Clpgrs. TONSORIAL PARLOR. SHAVING, HAIR-CUTTING, SHAXIPOOIIG, Etc. Done in Artis...

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 February 1895

The Weekly Messenger. PUBLISIIED EVERY SATURDAY. -AT - ST. MARTINVILLE, LAW ---~- .~~ -L--- _ _-0 ALBERT BIENVENU, Proprietor. t LAIZAAIRE EIENVENU, Manages 4)FFIC(IAI..;1,lRAL OF THE TOWN O T. M t1TI:, ILLE tID ST MAKTIN PARIS Siiml,- , $1 a year in advance. SATrT'K,AV FrB. 9, 1805. Second Grand Advent - OF - KING KOMMEiCH -Under the Auspices of The ST. MARTIlYILLER Board of Trade. FEBRUARY 26th "Mard! Gras." Proclamation. His most gracious majesty having in ewmewbrauce the Royal Welcome ex tended to him on his last visIt to this, his most beloved city., has consented with kingly condescension to honor by his august presence the town of St. Mar tiovillA on February "8th. (Mardi Gras.) Therefore all loval subjects are advised uand ordered to properly decorate Build Loge, Stores, Residences etc ,on the reste to be followed by his majesty. All ve people residing in our elster towns of Breaux Bridge, Arnaudville., New Iberia, Loreauvllle, Brouseard, La fayette, Carencro and vieloities...

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 February 1895

eSure To Get The Best SEED POTATOES! AT J. B. FEMtRAN, you will get only the best, very cheap. He can supply you with everything ,you need in way of Agricultural in plements and plantation supplies. . Planters! visit my stores before:ou buy elsewhere. I have the best bar gains for you. Local News. Mr. E. Barry and lady of Grand V0oteau were in St. Martibville this week. d -Mr. Felix Bienvenu made a i abort visit to New Orleans this week. -Several persons from Breaux d bridge attended the ball here last' Sunday. ---Mr. H. H. ~eckman of New Iberia was in town on business a last Saturday. 8 -Our friend Mr. Henry Bros- d uarl of New Iberia spent several daps hero. this 'week. -Miss Inez Broussard left for Wew Oieans last Monday to pass t a few days among relatives. -Mr. E. W. Bienvedu and his , bnother, Mrs. Adolphe Bienvenu left for New Orleans Monday. -Miss Mimi Dautrive of Lo- a reauville is soJourning here, the , guest of Mrs. Gary's family. -Quitte a heavy rain fell ¶tues- t day ...

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 February 1895

L. Do St. QHRMAIN, --AND I MAKE CANE CARTS OF TEE BEST and STRONG EST KIND. All Repairs in my line will be promptly made, and my work is guaranteed. I solicit tho patronage of the public, promising them the best work at reasonable prices. L. De St. Germain. AUOOIN, BREAUX and EDNOUDET LUMBER LCOMPANY, NEW IBERIA. LOUISIANA. --DEALI;.; IN Lumil r of all kinls. Ceiling and Floor ing. ('i!tern Lmaner a specilalty. Sawed Shingles. Apply t, GEOi L. P'E.I.ERItN. Sept ', t6u,. New Iberia, La OTA irs. Victor Rochon, -DEALER IN - Fine Family and Fancy Groceries, Cigars, To bacco and Liquors. Fresh Goods Received Daily. All at prices thiatdofy oompo titlon. Cive a oa11. Main Street. St. marthwslle. La. Yr-s. B. W. IBENYEU, -assn reams CAKES, 'SUITS, CANDIES, Cuoctmg.. FINEST AlD MOST COXl LETEr STOCK OF FRESH and BEST GOODS. IF YOU WANT THE BEST AND FRESHEST 000DS, COME TO ME. A. V. FLEMING, Carpenter, Builder and Manufacturer of Hand lade Oisterns. Has always on hand a full supply of Coffns ...

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 February 1895

THE WEEKLY NMESSENGER. .eR. Putnh.*s. M JUSTICE TO ALL. i.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VoL..IX. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16, 1895. No. 52. Ii I • W L T. J. Labbe, ins St. Martinville, Louisiana. p -DEPARTMENT OF- 881 HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL as IMPLEMENTS, FURNITURE, + HOUSE FUlIISHIING OOD 1 We sell fast and succeed not be cause we sell below cost, that does T not pay, but because our profits are very small and we treat all our b customers alike and have only one price. WI HOTEL DEIECHAUD, CORNER CARONDELET AN PERDIDO STREETS, Be faw ot.ALFWN. LOUISIANA. Sb This Hotel Has Just Been Enlarged and Renovated. , As ELECTrIC ELsVATO AInn ALL MODnRN IfMPROVYTERz HAVEt BDU PLACED IN THE BUILDING. AMRICAN AND ZUROPZNA PLANS. tb Ut bi Ba. AUDIBERT.' --DIALSL UP---- - HAILS, TOOLS,,S CUTLERY, BOLTS, TIN WARE. SCUWL£1 O'tcsrie, Iquors, Tobacoo and Cpiga. TONSORIAL PARLO. SnAVING, IHUACUTTING, SHAMPOOING, tc. bDae in Artistic Style Most modern revolving chairs and bet a to...

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 February 1895

The Weekly lessenger. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. -AT-CU ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. ALBERT BIENVENU, Proprietor Ithi LAIZAIRE BIENVENU, Manager co' OFIICIAL TOURNAL OF THE TOWN O0 w( Tr MARTINVILLE AND ST MARTIN PARISB go {gQTubscriptionI $1 a ear in advance. thi SATURDAY FEB. 16, 1895. ly SNOW STORM. The ptople of St. Martinlville W woke up on Thursday morning to be find the whole town and surroun- de ding wrapped in a beautiful sheet M of white-snow. The snow storm sti commenced during the night and M continued all day Thursday and su night, and when we went to press pf Friday it was still falling. The ve snow fell to the thickness of be tween 15 to 20 inches. This beautiful sight was some thing new to the children, as I many of them had never seen snow, which is a rare occurence th here. The last snow seen here C, were in 1871 and in 1878 when we T bad between one or two inches of w snow covering the ground. ct This snow novelty is certainly ci pretty to look at, and the children to may ...

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 February 1895

J. B. FERRAN, Can supply the town and parish with the Best and Cheapest Groceries. He makes special prices to the farmers d on all farming implements. Hsavy alothing, he offers at Reduced Prices. SED POTATOES a lare lot at reasonable PRICES. COMING ON ITS OWN SPECIAL TRAINS The COL. G. W. HALL'S SNEW UNITED RAIL ROAD SHO1W. 9 EUROPEAN MENAGERIE, WORLD MU SEUMS, AND ARENIC CARNINAL t -WILL EXHIBIT AT ST. MARTINVILLE, TUESDAY FEB. 19 1895. -q-v An Unparralled gathering of Champions. A most stupendous collection of Wild Beasts, Birds and Reptiles. Menage, Jockey and Hurdle Acts. Queen and Empress, the two largest Elephants on Earth. A new and vast assemblage of the Earth Greatest Wonders., "Pomp" the Comical little Clown ELEPHANT. Startling Flying Acts and Aerial Marvels. The Largest Oorrilla on Exhibition. Balloon Ascension and Parachute Leap, each day at ii o'lock a. m. Qwo Complete Performances Daily at 2 and 7 o'clock P. M. Doors open one hour earlier. A Grand Gala Day Street Parad...

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 February 1895

LI. Do St. aERIMAIN, The -ANID wra 2aXW1.XZcOs'. In the a Cathi will I ing r I MARE CANE CARTS OF this THE BEST and STRONG- skete EST KIND., der histo All Repairs in my line will New be promptly made, and my of it, work is guaranteed. I solicit the patronsp of in t .th publie, promising em dioc the best work at reasonable prog prices. L. De St. eimsin. cles AUOOIN, BBEAUI and RDIOUDET legs 1JMNO COMPANT. of ti NEW IBERIA. LOUISIANA. -DEATG IN- of t Lumb"r of all kinds. C4ling and Floor .,M. Clstaer Ltlmbri a epecialty. 6eal Shltres. sas App l to Gso. . P r.I.i.RIN. low Sept--2 6.M. Pew Iberia. IG DTAr thoitor • --itl on a es,-Clgarp, To- do Wco a~d Liqpors. W, lre oods:eceived i. the Ml prioee thatdefy oompe ilMip. Cive a call. MaM stuet. st. frIlpe. La. i VB. . BLdBl BI , to - -ups1s reass- the CARES, lmi pggggS, So' e llMDIUS . ei, va t tw MOATW AMD KOS4 tw so a idS a-0. di* S& BDST GOODS. et a IF yOUW 'IA MU AND sti 1 1ter 00.096t "" J A. V. FLEMINO, t iMianufactutr Of o 'o...

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 February 1895

THE WEEKLY:MESSENGER., t. 3rImaIeile and . rt Pris·, , JUSTICE T(jALL. - , t.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Vi.. N. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SA.TURI.YV I II-RUARY" 1ý I,, !o. . e T. J. Labbe, St. Martinville, Louisiana. T -DEPARTMENT OF-- IAI3DWARE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, FURNITURE, + HOUSE FUIRNSHIII 6OODS0 + We sell fast and succeed not be. * bi cause we sell below cost, that does Z not pay, but because our profits are very small and we treat all our : customers alike and have only one to price. HOTEL DENECHAUD, COINER CARONDELET AND PERDIDO STREETS, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. This Hotel Has Just Been Enlarged and Renovated. AI ELECTRIC ELEVATOR AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS HAVEy BEEN PLACED IN THE BUILDING. SAMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN& 1. AUDIBERT, -oD.an t- N tMLtS, TOOLS, CUTLERY, BOLTS, TINWARE. SCReWS. arocerits, Liquors, T'obacco and Clpln. TONSORIAL PARLOU. SHAVING, HAITR-CUTIING, SEAXP00Is, Etc. Done in Artistic Style Most modern revolving chairs and beet tools known 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. — 23 February 1895

The Weekly Messenger. P'UBLISHEl~ EVERY SATURDAY. -AT- tin ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. ted ALBERT BIENVENU, PropretoT aic LAIZAIFE BIENVENU, Manager Iper -- - - -- - an OIFFIyIAL .I)UN4L OF THE TOWN OF $T MARTI:UVILLE AND ST MARTIN PARISR a c pg.:ubsiption $1 a sear in advance. . ..... -t -= ---" ... ... ... ... ;.. In SrATUiRDAv FIB. 23, 1895. VOLUME X. Wi With this number the M ESSEN- fol OEl enters its tenth year. Ever since the first issue of the paper o, appeared for public patronage, it wi has come out regularly, without missing a single issue. The en- wi terprise has been a financial suc cess from the start, and every year Cr its business has increased, and is ts still increasing, which is a sure oi sign that the weak efforts of the to paper for the public good is fully ar appreciated by the people. It is useless for us to repeat A what the course of the MEsBENOER I, will be in the future, the past nine a gars of its work is recorded in its d, file, and stands a guaranty for the j,...

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 February 1895

J. B. FERRAN, Can supply the town and parish with the Best and Cheapest Groceries. He makes special prices to the farmers on all farming implements. Heavy Clothing, he olers at Reduced Prices. SEED POTATOES a lage lot at reasonable PRICES. Local News,. Mr. F. Rousseau returned from a trip to New Orleans last Satt'r day. --Mrs. G. O. Lognand returned Monday from a two week's visit to Breaux Bridge. -Mr. end Mrs. Robert Martini left yesterday for New Orleans, to; spend eight or tea days. - ihere will be service at the Episcopal church Sunday the t4, by Rev. C. U. Ktamer at 4 p. n - Sheriff Broussard and his de puty Hebert Billaud where inI town Tuesday, probably looking for some fugitive. The Hall show performed here Tuesday; the show is good for the price. This show is followed by as army of gamblers and thieves of the worst kind. --The Lyceum Oomedy Compa by gave two performances here Sunday and Monday last, the troupe is an ordinary one. The corporation cart has been quite bisy 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. — 23 February 1895

L. D e St. ERMAIN, OU8 I AE CANE CARTS OF wi THE BEST and STRONG EST KIND. de All Repairs in my line will on be promptly made, and my work is guaranteed. ab I solicit the patronage of lau the public, promising them on the best work at reasonable th prices. L. De St. Germain. m AU00N, BBEAUI and RDNOUDET lii LUNMBE COMPANY. of NEW IBERIA, LOUISIANA. M -DEALING IN- - Lum, r f all kinds. Ceiling and Flor p tog. Cistern Lumber a apeelaity. Sawed SliingIle. Apply to GEo. L. PELLRlIN. 8ept-2.9 6-m. New lberia, La -- --C C Irs. Victor Rochon, -DEALER IN - Floe Family and Fancy Groceries, Cigars, To-. bacco and Liquors. t Fresh Goods Receive Dai. All at price thatdefy oompe tiion. I a call. a  Ill Male atnW. St. larts. ee La. Ca ,inmi, sanufa stor or I T E mand SeT GOODS. IF toul wa r To H aorF An - RESlESTcOODw. COME TO ll. A. V. FLEMINO, Carpenter, Builder and Manufacturer of Hand lade Cisterns. Has always onhand a full supply of Coffins and n dertakers's Goods. +11AI A FIlE HEABr.E OVE...

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. — 2 March 1895

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER, orFFIIAL Jour nAL - JUSTICE TO ALL. - *z.OQ Per Year, Invariably in Advance. of t. MartanvillU and St. Martin P-th VOL. X. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY MARCH 2, 1895. No. 2. T. J. Labbe, l St. Martinville, Louisiana. f ---.DEPARTMENT OF--- uo HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL pil ula IMPLEMENTS, FURNITURE, ard, It ly 1 HOUSE FURNISHING GOO DS '+0 We sell fast and succeed not be- - cause we sell below cost, that does not pay, but because our profits are very small and we treat all our I customers alike and have only one price. HOTEL DENEOHAUD, CORNER CARONDELET AND PERDIDO STREETS, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. we : This Hotel Has Just Been Enlarged and Renovated. th Ax ELECTRIO ELEVATOR AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMEN TS HAVE ti BEEN PLACED IN THE BUILDING. En AXEBICAN AND EUROPEAN 1'LANS. p at ri B. AUDIBERT. cf tL -DEALER IN- ' 8l NAILS, TOOLS, w CUTLERY, BOLTS, TINWARE. SCREWrS. Qrocarlaa, LIquors, 'I'obacco and Gigars. )'1[ r .TONSORIAL PARLOR. :., SHAVING, • HAIR.CUTTING, SHA...

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. — 2 March 1895

h Weekly l essenger. of PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. -AT- ' ºST. MARTINVILLE, LA. loc -- tan ALBERT BIENVENU. Proprietor. vo LAIZAIRE BIENVENU, Manage' me OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE TOWN O, me rT MARTINVILLE ANUIST MARTIN PARISR thi - - - as .OEubscriltion $1 a year in advance. epe . its SATURDAY MARCH 2, 1895. the KING KOMMERCE yoli Paraded the Streets of St. geh Martinville in Grand and Brilliant mc Pageant. tht -- ouI The Procession was the the Crandest and the most Gorgeous bri Display ever , seen in 8T. MARTINVILLE. me The Floats were Artistic to Beauties and were great ly Admired by the v. throng of people top who witnessed D1 this great Pageant. gr The People of St. Kartinville ,h Agog with Fun and ahe Pleasure. bi ait Tuesday last-Mardi Gras-was 7 a day of pleasure and merriment bee ýn St. Martinville. The Board of pal Trade conceived last year the idea det of celebrating the Mardi Gras fee- wh tivities by a grand parade during his the day. followed at night by an cro elegant fanc...

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. — 2 March 1895

J. B. FERRAN, Can supply the town and parish with the Best and Cheapest Groceries. He makes special prices to the farmers on all farming implements. Heavy Clothing, he offers at Reduced Prices. SEED POTATOES aage lot at reasonable PRICES. ONE MORE CHANCE FOR YOU. LOW PRICE TALK Bleached Cotton one yard wide 5 centa a yard. Brown Cotton one yard wide 5 cents a yard. } Brown Sheeting Cotton 8 yards for 1 dollar. Good Plaid 24 yards for 1 dollar. In clothing, shoes and hats we have made a general reduction of 25 per cts. L. 1. GARDEIAL, The Cheapest Store In Town. Local News. -Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bienvenum returned from New Orleans Wed- I needay. t -The number of strangers who t came from neighboring towns for c Mardi Grae was large. a Mr. H. H. Sandoz, of the Opel- c ousas Courier, was here Monday 1 and paid us an agreeable visit. -Mr. Paul J. Fleming left Thursday for Napoleonville, where be has secured a position in a 1 drug-store. -The dredge boat Anchor has not reached this place y...

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. — 2 March 1895

L1. iz Wt. .GEAMAIN WIT -; t'.VV tXZQ T. j I MJR CI~ E CARTS OF TJEI PET and STRONG. tT KIND A' p" r.i in mny line will b r .,mptly made, and my wrn +, -,1ianteeod. I ~Jlicit the patronage of the 'i ;bli', prcmising them thhe bc.t work at reasonable pr'c,':;. L. De St. Germain. ".r ( 1, F,r:ATIX and RDWOUDET I II h1, 1I , ,,IIANY, I V\ IIrl. 1\. IlOIISIANA. ý; IN', IN I ,,s , , ,' ,t-. I ili g and Fleor .a t ,,. . W. ecia. t7. " I · I ,;I 1 ..1'FLLERWIX. : t r '1, 0 11 Nrw Ibertla I TA Hrs. Victor Rochon, - !' " I' N - } i:c iamily l nd. Fancy iroceries, Cigars, To Iacco and Liquors. :',:, Goods RPeceived Ds. Ali at pricos thatdofy oomp5 1tIon. Cive a call. a ' n Strot. Ct. tlartlavlll . La. Mrs. E. W. BIEB IE, - KTE'S FaSu- CAKES, FRUITS, CANDLES, CR CERIES. 'IUT<3T AnD l MOST CO* , PL£ETE STOCK 01 F RESH and BEST GOOX. . ' YOU WAANF THE BEST AN ;Ri: t;:is ( iOOaS, COME .A. V. FLEMINO, C!rpcztecr, Builder amd Mantufacturer of Hand Made Cistrs. :..r rlways on hand at1 wvppl...

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. — 9 March 1895

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. o F v'. J ournanrd . n4 JUSTICE TO ALL. $i.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. of t. 31srtanvýll, and Ht. Maltin Parish. vm - S M L. SAURA R , 1- N -. VOL. X. ST. MARTINVIýLLE, LA., SATURDAY MARCH '), 189. No. ý. T J. Labbe, d foro ti St. Martinville, Louisiana. o -DEPARTMENT OF- Lro HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL Thyb ulne IMPLEMENTS, FURNITURE, ard,i + HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS I 'rie We sell fast and succeed not be cause we sell below cost, that does not pay, but because our profits are very small and we treat all our customers alike and have only one price. HOTEL DENECHAUD, CORNER CARONDELET AND PERDIDO STREETS, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. wee is ui This Hotel Has Just Been Enlarged and Renovated. this tim' A1 ELECTRIC ELEVATOR AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS HAVE the BEEN PLACED IN THE BUILDING. Eun AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS. ball at ril B. AUDIBERT. JU this -DEALER IN- Urn PtR I iIVALE. aeven NAILS, TOOLS, i CUTLERY, BOLTS, bil TINWAPRE. EW Ri. lot , QrocBris, Liquors, 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. — 9 March 1895

The .eek1y lessenger. 8 PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAT. -AT- 1 ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. co ALBERT BIENVENU. Proprietor. Ma LAIZAIRE BIENVENU. Manage. 9 OrrICIALt JOURNAL or TU Tows os eil ST MARTINVILLE AND ST MARTIn PAARIS 07 ubscription $1 a year In advance. SATURDAY MARCH 9, 1895. ft th THE BOUNTY. sa The Senate and House in their closing hours have finally recogni sed the just claim of the sugar a producer for the bounty on sen- t gars produced in 1893 and 1894. ° The unpaid bounty on the crop of 98 will be paid in full, 2 cents per pound; but the bounty on the crop g of 94 will be paid at the rate of e eight-tenths of a cent. per pound. This bounty small as it m4y A look, will put in this perish be. tween $80,000 to $100,)00, and this will come too, at a time the planter will need it the moast. The help of the bounty money will save many homes from the Sheriff's hammer and prevent mamy firms from going into bankruptcy. It will save the country from disas- B ter and ruin. The pilanter wil...

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 March 1895

J. B. FERRAN, Can supply the town and parish with the Best and Cheapest Groceries. He makes special prices to the tkrmers on all farming implements. Heavy Clothing, ho offers at Reduced Prices. SEED POTATOES a large lot at r le PICE. Police Jury. & 3egular meeting of the Poliee Jury of the Parish of St. Martin held Is March 4th A. D. 1895. Iber The Meeting, at 10 o'clock a. m., this porl ary, was called to order. The Roll was over alled. All the Members were present. L1 The minutes of last Meeting were read of etI approved. Mr. Larson having fur- th ,led a satisfactory excuse, was excus- bon d fbr having failed to attend last meet- vide tpla. The Bond of Mr. Guilbeau as keeper of eha Cdellia Bridge was tendered to and as- 31 ltsed by the President. oft At the request of the Police Jury of the feo Parish of Lafayette, the President J. J was appointed as a Committee from this dI t~rish to ceater with a like Committee stal *es aforesaid Parish in reference to Ibel Ie repair or rebu...

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 March 1895

L. De St. KERMAIN, SLAO.rnr PHMXTE - N,. D- e 1 I MAKE CANE CARTS OF THE BEST and STRONG EST KIND. All Repairs in my line will 1 be promptly made, and my work is guaranteed. I solicit the patronage of 1 the public, promising them the best work at reasonable prices. L. De St. Germain. AU0OIN, BREAUX and EDNOUDET LUML'lR COMPANT, ?!EW IRKRIA, LOUISIANA. - DEA.lNG IN I.umnt r of all kinds. ('eilina nd Floa lug. Ciattern Iul,,mlr a apecialty. Sawed Slhiinglea. Apply to GEO. L. YPI.I.RIN. Spt 2~' t. n. New Iberia. La DTA Mrs. Victor Rochon, -DIAEI.R IN - Fine Family and Fancy Oroceries, Cigars, To bacco and LUquesr. Fresh Goods lceiva DImo. All at prcoas th6S oomp tttton. Clve a 41,. Mal sbet. bt. LlI CArOIS, FRESE and BEST 0QODL IF YOU WANT Tie newS At FREStEST G000DS,COME T I J. A. V. FLEMING, Carpenter, Builder and Manunfactr arr Hand lade Cisterns. Has always on hand a full supply of Cofans and Un dertaseks' Goods. 4s4L I Phll n IEARE.4 oVoRVTmUm NBW ANp AT PRICIO DWPNG COMPETITION...

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