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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 16 March 1895

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER, of S.. M OUS in arih. . JUSTICE TO ALL. -. ,.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. X. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY MARCH 16, 1895. No. 4. T. J. Labbe, St. Martinville, Louisiana. -DEPARTMENT OF- HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, FURNITURE, ,+ HOUSE FUUISHBIIH M OO+ 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. This Hotel Has Just Seen Enlarged and Renovated. Am ELECTnIC ELEVATOR AND ALL MODERN IEPROvENENTS HATE BEEN PLACED IN THE BUILDING. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS B. AUDIBERT. -DEALER - L-- IRAID VAI NAILS, TOOLS, CUTLERY, DOLTS, TI3WARE. SCREWS. Uroceries, LIquors, Tobacco and Ogats. TONSORIAL PARLOR. SHAVING, HAIR-CUTTING, SHAXPOOIIG, Etc. Done in Artistic Style ' MIoet modern revolving chairs and best tools known to the tonsorial art. FRANCO...

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 March 1895

The Weekly lessenger. PUBLISHED EVERY SATU~DAT. s' -AT 'ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. ci al ALBERT BIENVENU. Proprietor. s4 4LAIZAIRE BIENVENU, Manager A 0 OFFICIAL JOURNAL or THE TowN 017 ST IMARTINVILLE AND ST MARTIN PARIS. t4 0TE ubscription $1 a year in advance. SATURDAY MARCH 16, 1895. MUNICIPAL ELECTION. On Monday the 1st day of April t next there will be an election here n to elect five trustees to manage the affairs of the town for the com ing year. The affairs of this town for the last three years have been managed by business men whose only idea was business and improvement. The improvements that were made in our town during that short per iod with the limited means at their command, are numerous and valuable, and we believe that very few of our citizens, even the chro nic growlers, had any reason to complain. The finances of the town have been carefully guarded, all its business being done on a cash ba sis; with always a large cash ba lance in the treasury. Besides the affairs of ...

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 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 a large lot at reasonable PRICES. Local News. -Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Gull- I beau are spending a few days at Breaux Bridge. -A heavy rain fell again Mon day. The frequent rains are in terfering with field labor. Miss Philomene Martin return ed home last Saturday, after spen ding several weeks in New Or- 1 leans. -Miss Estelle Broussard of the town of Breaux Bridge is spend ing sometime here the guest of Mrs. Evans Guitroz. Mr. F. F. Palms of Detroit, Mich., airived here Saturday last, to meet Mrs. Palms who is here since a week or two. Miss Louise Bourdier of Breaux Bridge spent three days here the fore part of this week, the guest of her sister Mrs. J. C. Bienvenu. There will be service at the Epi scopal church, tomorrow evening at 4 o'clock. After the service the members of th...

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 March 1895

L. De St. aQRMAIN, SLBsA~LCbSMB -AND- -U I MAKE CANE.CARTS OF al THE BEST and STRONG- cI EST KIND. cE --------- tl All Repairs in my line will I be promptly made, and my f, work is guaranteed. ;I I solicit the patronage of , the public, promising them the best work at reasonable tl prices. L. De St. Germain. t FOR SALE. - t A few graded Jersey cows fresh ino, at Ik. 300 barrels of corn. 14c barrels sweet potatoes. a For particulars address L. C. GArTuISR. 30drays. St. Martilvalle, La. f AUOOIN, BREAUX and RDIOUDET LUMBER COMPANT. NEW IBERIA, LOUISIANA. -DEALING IN Lum. -r of all kinds. Ceiling and Floor lng. Cistern Llunber a specialty. Sawed Shingles. Apply to GEO. L. PVLLKRIN. Sept-29 6w- . New lberla, L Mrs. Victor Rochon, -DuALE IOf - Fine Family and FPncy Oroceries, Cigars, To bacco and Lrqrs. mresh oodds neceiwd Daily. AU at prlce t daltd.f m r tMon. Clv a ctell. Mia Stre,. St. n1tlevn La. Irs. V5.BlMIRI, - -- -- - e ----- andMse CAKOlEts n IERT ADII WOT COW FRESH and BST GOO...

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 March 1895

T'HE WEEKLY MESSENGER. o LFF ,t SO·NanL , .v JUSTICE TO ALL. = 8i.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. et St. Martinille and Bt. Marlin Parish. VoL. X. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA., SATURDAY MARCH 23, 1895. No. 5. l N l I l N l l n l l i iI I  I . . -· - -" : , I ii i . . . T. J. Labbe, St. Martinville, Louisiana.the -DEPARTMENT OF-- st HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL *i IMPLEMENTS, FURNITURE, E° + HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS + e We sell fast and succeed not be- a cause we sell below cost, that does is not pay, but because our profits are very small and we treat all our til customers alike and have only one ei R price. hi HOTEL DENECHAUD, _ CORNER CARONDELET AND PERDIDO STREETS, si NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. ie This Hotel Has Just Been Enlarged and Renovate&. a An ItECTRIC ELEVATOR AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMEStfll HArE BEEN PLACEI IN THE BUILDING. d AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS. i1 B. AUDIBERT., a DEALER IL-- r CUTLERY, BOLTS, TINWARE S.UWL Grocerius, Liquors, Tobacco and lgars. 1, " TONSORIAL PARLOR. SHAVI...

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 March 1895

The Weekly Messeuger. Times PUBLISIIBD EVERT SATURDAY. In th -AT- conveni :ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. of the ' ------~- began i ALBERT BIENVENU. Proprietor. anta y LAtZAIRE BIENVENU, Manager farmer 28. B, OFFIIAL JOURNAL OF TF. TOWN or held ST MIAITINVILLE AND ST MARTIN PARIS held ~- __- ~Amerit 07 ,t ,Iocription $1 a year in advance. ciati,n --- . ori n a the far SATU'RDAY MARCH 23, 1895. the p March Letters from the People. the see Mr. Editor: the ve I beg to disagree with you eoneeranil season the c(lhanlg iin the municipal govern- and it ment. as proposed by you in the editorial of last week. Our people are well satir fled with the present administration and The ask that the same members continue in give U office, for at least another year. of tl A TAX PAYERL. met, Editor Messenger: duciui I do not understand why you and the ried a other members of the present board of ofthe trustees object to continue to adminis ter the town's affairs. you have conduct- quirei ed them to this satisf...

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 March 1895

J. B. FERRAN, Can supply the town and parish ti with the Best and Cheapest Groceries. ii He makes special prices to the farmers a on all farming implements. Heavy Clothing, he offers at Reduced Prices. SEED POTATOES a large lot at reasonable PRICES. -VI Local News. R mule Bran at $'2,15 a sack at Louis C. _ Duchamp. New -The drummers are flooding here the town these days to sell spring -' goods to our merchants. this t Mr. A. D. Roy and Miss Louise enter Lastrapes of Cecilia were married lent. on Thursday the 14th inst. Me The milinery store of the Misses Mart Gueriniere is nearing completion. Same It will be an attractive little build- ville. ing. -Z -Mr. G. O. Lognand left Wed- A. C. nesday for New Orleans to locate were permanently and engage in busi- ne ness. Mrs. -Miss Mariquite DeLaureal re- it turned from New Orleans last Sunday, after an absence of four after weeks. retur - At the present time there is nard not a vacant house in town, though there is demand for several resi ...

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 March 1895

L. fD St. ZrRMAIN, -aR..acS anzez rmnki I, - " On SAmei hour whet This I MAKE CANE CARTS OF oaks' THE BEST and STRONG- grewu EST KIND. force hard All Repairs in my line will be promptly made, and my d work is guairanteed. I solicit the patronage of word the public, promising them men the best work at reasonable are E prices. L. De St. Germain. Thea SOR: S.1LE. grea - - I 1tain A few graded Jri.y cows fresh i The 1i1lk. T ::w., larreI. of corn. mite INt l ari' l "wu pt ,tn";. then l ' . "r i , t r t l ll t' r a mi+,ý 1.. C. G 1TIIIER. The 30-d ':. - *. 11arttuvtlle, La. part CONVENT of MERCY, - ST. MAPTINVILLE, LA. law; T'is Institute offers su.- tice parior advantages to Par- the cnts desircus of giving fron children a solid and refin ed Education. Wei Terms:, of tuition, music grey etc., mnderate. was For pairticulars apply to a tit stan .ISTI'E.RS OF MERCY. Stn - that Mrs. Victor Rochon, d -IDEAI.F;R IN - y Fine Family and Fancy be h Groceries, Cigars, To- Icase bacco and Liquors...

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 March 1895

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. o ft Sc. S oUtin RiuantLd . t JUSTICE TO ALL. . si.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. of St. XMatiail t. MMartin ParishMAR, . V'UL. X. ST. MARTINVILLE IA., SATURDAY MARCH 30, 18". No. ". T. J. Labbe, a St. Martinville, Louisiana. Ba -DEPARTMENT OF--- . ly HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL f IMPLEMENTS, FURNITURE, t +. HOUSE FURNISHISI GOD00 8 +, We sell fast and succeed not be- s cause we sell below cost, that does g not pay, but because our profits are very small and we treat all our I customers alike and have only one l1 price. HOTEL DENECHAUD, CORNER CARONDELET AND PERDIDO STREETS, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. This Hotel Has Just Been Enlarged and Renovated. t AN ELECTRIC ELEVATOR AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEM3ENTS HAVE BEEN PLACED IN THE BUILDING. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN rLANS. e f B. AUDIBERT. -DEALER IN RAILs, TOOLS, CUTLERY, SOLTS, TINWARE. SCREWS. Oracerioe, Liquors, ''obacco and Cigars. TONSORIAL PARLOR. SHAVING, EAIR-CUTTING, SHAI1POOING, Etc. oue in Artistic Style Most mo...

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 March 1895

asI The Weekly lessenger. - PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. a p -AT- 1 :ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. cot )poi ALBERT BIENVENU, Proprietor. me LAIZAIRE BIENVENU, Manage' fre OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE TOWN OF ST MARTINVILLE AND ST MARTIN PARISR S Sta QTEubscription $1 a year in advance. sul SATURDAY MARCH 30, 1895. lal Letters from the People. e St. Martinville. La.. March 26th 1895. pe The Editor of the Messenger: As a tax payer and being interested in wi the commercial advancement of this be Town I join the many, in requesting the tr actual Town Council to continue their o good work and progress. beneftting each and every one, and class our little P Town as a progressive and thriving one. ca Very truly yours. ARGUS. DE WHAT WE SAID. dE The MESSENGEl has never said tb or insinuated that there were only st five men in the town who could of intelligently manage the affairs cc of the town, as interpreted by one ac of our correspondents last week. fu We have simply said that we tb thought it would be ju...

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 March 1895

:PRIN ! - SPRINI ! - PRINGi I ! J. B. FERRAN r IS READY FOR SPRING, AND HAS A th CHOICE STOCK OF - - - - LIGHT FELT AND STRAW HATS, LIGHT SPRING CLOTHING IN WOOL and LINEN, py SPRING DRESS GOODS IN ALL STYLES. In Immense Stock of ViI :-: MILLINARY GOODS :-:. v wi such as Bonnets, Hats, Flowers, Trim mings, Ribbons, Laces, Bonnet frames. t. AId AT PRICKS THAT BIAT THIM ALL. in __________ ________ "I WHY PROTECT SUGAR? 0 Dary Item. 0 The consumption of sugar per I head for the oountries named is r given as follows: Germany, 21.81 e pounds; AustroHungary, 21.81; o France, 28.41; Russia, (in Europe) a 14.61; Great Britain, 73.68. The 4 direct taxes in the producing g countries makes sugar too dear c for the masses to use as freely as in the United Kingdom, where it is sold not only free from taxation but further cheapened by the ex port bounty given by the conti nental governments. Were Germany and France to reduce the local taxation so that their own people could afford to consume the ...

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 March 1895

IL. De St. QtRAMAIN,! ýu-r me Etie ni, da I MAKE CANE CARTS OF ',; THE BEST and STRONG- SIP EST KIND. is All Repairs in my line will Wt be promptly made, and my us work is guaranteed. dc I solicit the patronage of or the public, promising them ra the best work at reasonable nf prices. L. De St. Germain. H FOIR 8.1.\l . of A few grasfed ,J.rey cows fresh in ti IIllIk. ;Wwn Iarrels of torn. JIWI Iharrel sweet p,,tat,eti. p For Iasticularr a;itairs t iL. C. I.tITIIIERt 3&-days. st. Martl lIie, L:1. 13 CONVENT of IERCY, , ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. si This Institute offers su- " perior advantages to Par cnts desirous of giving t children a solid and refin- ti ed Education. h Terms of tuition, music etc., mederate. For particulars apply to SISTERS OF MERCY. Mrs. Victor Rochon, --DEALER IN - Fine Family and Fancy o Groceries, Cigars, To- 1 bacco and Liquors. j Fresh Goods Received Daily. t All at prices that doef compc tition. Cive a call. c Main Street, St. rlartinvllle. La. Ins.E-W.BIEN...

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 April 1895

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. OFFICIAL JO r NAL JUSTICE TO ALL. r si.o Per Year, Invariably in Advance. f t. MartInville and pt. TMartin PaMAR N I E . T I . . I i I|. Vol,. X. ST. MARTINV\ILLE.I , I .A., SATURDAY APRIL 6, lswc. No. 7. T. J. Labbe, St. Martinville, Louisiana. -DEPARTMENT OF HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, FURNITURE, +- HOUSE FURNISHING 00ODS + 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 DENECHAIID, COINER CARONDELET AND PERDIDO STREETS, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. 'Tis Htotel Has Just Been Enlarged and Renovated. A ELEucric ELEVATOR AYD ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS HAVE BEEN PLACED IN THE BUILDING. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN iPLANS. B. AUDIBERT. -DEALER IN ATALS, TOOLS, CUTLERY, OLTS, TINWARE. SCRE. Graceries, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigts. TONSORIAL PARLOEa. SAVING, HAIR-CUTTING, SEHAPOOIRG, Etc. bone in Artistic Style Most modern revolving chairs ...

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 April 1895

The Weekly Messenger. 01 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. a co -AT- and ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. clos ----------- belie ALBERT BIENVENU, Proprietor. part LAIZAIRE BIENVENU. Manager serv OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE TOWN O at ST MARTINVILLE AND ST MARTIN PARISa suT T 7':ubscription $1 a year in advance. in t esta SATURDAYV A'RIi, fi, 199.* legr the Letters from the People. ane TH Y EXIST. con Mr. Editor: spe in every community, in this boastful and land of liberty, you wneet a certain num- ten ber of people, who are recognized as the Christians; who go to Church on Sun days, rain or shine; who perform their religious duties. dutifully., punctually she and with an effervescing grace; who day give an earnest ear (apparently) to the the teachings of the pastor; who, gewemlly blii observe the laws of the Great Law giver. tur We use the word "generally" advisedly. , because, .ometimes. a few, a very few, are found, who think it does not pay- opi tp this world-to be too good, and a bui -each of one of the...

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 April 1895

SPRINGm I sPRINGO! SPRIHC I ! J. B. FERRAN d IS READY FOR SPRINQ, AND HAS A CHOICE STOCK OF . LIGHT FELT AND STRAW HATS, LIGHT SPRING CLOTHING IN WOOL and LINEN. SPRING DRESS GOODS IN ALL STYLES. An Immense Stock of - - :MILLINARY GOODS :-: such as Bonnets, Hats, Flowers, Trim mings, Ribbons, Laces, Bonnet frames. ALL A' PRIKIS THAT BEAT THIM ALL. Trr ,1 r . va I This is the time to use Rock haslt Local News. -Wheelwright materials at the Planters' Store, L. C. Duchamp. -The police jury met last Mon day, read the proceeding else where. The MEssENozE has an elegant sign now hanging in front of the office. Soulier sells the cheapest shoes. -Mr. J. C. Pernollet left for New Orleans Wednesday to buy his stock of goods. Dr. Robert D. Voorhies of New Iberia was in town this week visi ting friends and relatives. -Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Palms re turned from their short visit to New Orleans Monday. --The blind, sash and door fac tory of Mr. Chas, Daquin is going up rapidly, and will soon be in ...

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 April 1895

iL. Do St. GtAlMAINl , HI( $T. /L * z zMzza Thy viCes 'w1IE r '-ii-nz.I= rT. every to be S:their pure 1 MAKE CANE CARTS OF man THE BEST rnd STRONG- thori EST ifDt Not - ral d All Rcpiai;c in my line will mosl be promptly made, and my life. work in tturnnO,ce.d dant I solicit the patronage of Eve the public, ii umising them ced the bost work at reasonable trat priccn. L. De St. Germain. tion FOR SALE. .... "r Cor A few graded ,!trsey cows. frevih In wall ItIIk. rutp .'lK) harrclfa if corn. lIo to rrl, ,w,t itntos . and For tarticul.lr. aoidri4- chaL . 0-dny`. . M riinille,. l.a. denal nesr CONVENT of MIERCY, b' ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. Tilt This Institute offers su- , l perior advantages to Par- i'y ents desirous of giving children a solid and refin- tm, ed Education. Tcr , zi of tuition, music wit and etc., mederate. and F:,n r ti'cula'r- apply to SISTE'L RS OF MERCY. see in 1 Mrs. Victor Rochon, and - i AI.F: IN - hot Fine Family and Fancy Groceries, Cigars, To- T bacco and Liquors....

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 April 1895

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER, of MEt Martinille and . Martin h a JUSTICE TO ALL. - Si.oo Per Year, Invariably.in Advance. . X. ST MARTINVI ATRDAY APRIL 13 189. No. 8. VOL. X. ST. MARTINVILLE, IA., SATURDAY APRIL 13, 1895. No. $. T. J. Labbe, St. Martinville, Louisiana. , -DEPARTMENT OF- cl HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, FURNITURE, + HOUSE FURNISHING G00DS + g We sell fast and succeed not be- ti 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 DENECHAUD, CORNER CARONDELET AS) PERDIDO STREETS, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. This Hotel Has Just Been Enlarged and Renovated. AN ELECTRIC ELEVATOR AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS HAVE BEEN PLACED IN THE BUILDING. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS. B. AUDIBERT, -DEALER 1- fAIRVAIE. NAILS, TOOLS, CUTLERY, BOLTS, TINWARE. SCREWS. Groceries, Liquors, Tobacco and Ogars. TONSOREIAL PARLOR. SHAVING, HAIR-CUTTING, SHAMPOOING, Etc. Done in Artistic Style Most modern ...

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 April 1895

Whe Weekly Messenger. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. -AT :ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. ALBERT BIENVENU, Proprietor. r LAIZAIRE BIENVENU, Manager a OFFICIAL .JOURNAL OF THE Tows or ST MARTINVILLE AND ST MARTIN PARISH. (7Eubhcription $1 a year in advance. SATURDAY ArI:li. 13, 1895. The Police Jury Powers. In perusing the oflicial proceed ings of the meeting of the Police Jury of the first of the present month, we read an ordinance pas sed by the legislature of the par ish, that was a surprise to us, and perhaps to many others. We certainly knew that the po lice jury was vested with some powers in regard to parish affairs, but we never for an instant, thought they had the power to le gislate for the town, and we still doubt the legality of their autho rity to meddle with the towns af fairs. And particularly in the en actment of the ordinance we refer to, as it has a retroactive effect. An ordinance passed on the first day of April to take effect on the first day of the January past, is, we believe,...

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 April 1895

SPRITN! SPRIN ! S- PRII II J. B. FERRAN IS READY FOR SPRING, AND HAS AT CHOICE'STOCK OF - - - - LIGHT FELT AND STRAW HATS, LIGHT SPRING CLOTHING IN WOOL and LINEN, a SPRING DRESS GOODS IN ALL STYLES. An Immense Stock of .-, :-: MILLINARY GOODS :-: such as Bonnets, Hats, Flowers, Trim- t mings, Ribbons, Laces, Bonnet frames. i ALL AT PRICIS THAT BEIAT THIM ALL. ELECTRIC LIGHT. It is within the means and pos sibily of St. Martinville to have tri electric light plant to light our S streets with ace lights and busi ness and private places with in- vi candescent lights. a We expect to submit to our peo ple shortly the plans and specica- he tions of the plant, with price of S( lights for street and private use. If contracts can be made with the H town to light the streets and with M our business people to light busi- vi ness houses and residences, we t have no doubt that we will have b our electric plant in operation within the next six months. b4 A gun powder explosion occur- fa ed in 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. — 13 April 1895

L. De St. OERMAIN, fEI.ALOEEdC BýITZE -All Repairs Re bon rPg tI MAKE CANE CARTS OF R THE BEST and STRONG- mli EST KIND. an( All Repairs in my line will ni be promptly made,,and my til work is guaranteed. til I solicit the patronage of cCo the public, promising them dai the best work at reasonable of prices. L. De St. Germain. c FOR SAIE. be evi A few graded Jersey cows fresh in inlk. re :ts( barrels of corn. v.m Ilti tbarrels sweit potatoes. w For particulsr i address L. C. (;ATTIER, 30-days. St. Martivtille. La. of CONVENT of IERCY, ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. This Institute offers su- th perior advantages to Par- co onts desirous of giving be children a solid andl refin- p ed Education. Terms of tuition, music i etc., mederate. th For tarticular- apply to e SIS''ERS OF MERCY. be Pt Mrs. Victor Rochon, -DEA.FER IN - Fine Family and Fancy Groceries, Cigars, To bacco and Liquors. p. Fresh Goods Received Daily. :1 AlI at prioo thatdoefy compe- w tition. Cive a, call. CI Main Street. St'tfla...

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