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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 18 June 1887

S atr at nrow "Ol r tr.a benmsi.s by my as, ams pth Ibll Ue, IIrsm5, s rmh as lma we. ol m Ct assU e asd me0 ars a iS bsr ms, fot am,mt ls amr lo s r sesnst Irm, it. % tlM UU Samme o mms rup. Tm besd. mUds FOR HOBE8.I IvILLA., W. Va., I Recently I bought a young horse. He was taken very ill with Pnen monia. I tried to thinl of something to relieve him. Concluded what was good for man would be good for the horse. So I got I boughtle of asos Cure and gave him half of it through the neu monia.ls This helped him, hnd I continued giving ame doses night end morning until I had Soed I got a bottle of. The horse has become paer fectly sound. I can re commend Piso's Cure for the horse as well as for man. N. S J. SrmSm. Best Cmugh ayrup. Taes. good. Use iL time. oi SHOWCAss WALL .OASES. SESh0, OFFICE FURNITURE Ars FIETURE. WHETHER YOU WANT A It wWl Me I= to welo tM PHILIPS CREW, S aOml- (Smt) a i w me. tt is I . m5 _MW addbe uum a 6 mm ,mmn mw PL· oILES!4 N /C r v 9t..i... Y ,,E,3lm . 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. — 18 June 1887

THE CREOLES OF LOUISIANA; Or, Reminiscences of an Old Acadian. BY FELIX VOORHIES. CHAPTER III. Thus far p.tlots, I have depleted t you the slmile manners and customs of r.h Aeadians. I will now relate to you what befell them and h.w a cruel war sowed rui and desolation in their homas. I i tell you how they were rathlessly treated by the English. driven away from Acadia and despoiled of all that they posJessed. How they were scattered to the four winds as wretched exilesk the very name of their country being blotted out of exist nee. My s o ry will not be g.y, petiots. I warn you bat is meet and proper that you should knew these things, and that you should learn them from the lips of the witnee sm themselves. It was on Sunday-I remember this as if It were but yesterday-we were atten ding mass, and when oJr old curate as -e-ded his pulpit as he was wont to do every Sunday, he announced to us that war had been declared between Franae and England. My children, said he. in deep and solem...

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. — 25 June 1887

T WIEELY MENEIIEL. Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. . JUSTICE TO ALL. . li.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. JUNE 25th. 1887. VOL. II. No. 18. The Boys and Girls Enter tainment. ti The entertainment of the children of o the schools under the charge of the good Sisters of Mercy took place Monday and a Tuesday. Monday wls the day of the boys; and we mdst say, although the a weather was inclement, the parents a should have given them more encourage ment than they did in this instance. The entertainment as a whole was was an agreable and pleasant one. The little boys who through thetedlous training of the good Sisters, acquitted themselves in a manner that reflects credit upon them and the institution. t Tuesday was the turn of the charm- t ing and lovely little girls. The plays and sights were much more interesting as they possess captivating charms and advantages which belong to them only, and their physical features were not in contiast with...

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. — 25 June 1887

TRADES IN MEXICO: SINGULAR CRAFTS PURSUEDIN THE STREETS Beamtlftl Pottery and Jewelers' Fine Work-Cbeapness of Gold-Rag Baby Making - A Mexican Weaver - Trade Secrets. Wtiting from Guadalajara, Mexico, Fannie B. Ward says in the Troy Titois: Various trades are carried on in Guada lajara with great success, particularly silversmithing, blacksmithing and car pentering. Among the manufactures those of iron, steel, glass and a peculiar kind of pottery are celebrated all over the republic. Indeed, the fame of "Guadalajara lettery" is world wide. The queerest designs of carafes, odd water jugs with two spouts or one, jars, mugs, pitchers with long noses and stubby handles, etc., made of baked clay, highly glazed, with black. pale gray or dark red ground, painted with impossible lowers or figures, which according to Scripture it would be no sin to wor ship, all quaint enough to rank high in any collection of ceramics. When new this ware imparts to the water it contains a strange flavor, wh...

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. — 25 June 1887

DONrT ORUMBnLe, Don't grumble at every misfortune, Don't fret at each little mishap, A Don't worry becaue you've a neighbor Reclining in luxury's lap. Don't get out of sorts with the weather, If cloudy when you would have fair; The sun will not shine any sooner Por those who lose patience and swear. Don't hope to get something for nothing ey .nd still have an honest exchange. pr The trade making both parties richer re Is something uncommon and strange. be Don't think from the seed of the thistle To harvest a tine crop of wheat, Nor look for the jewel of honor el Tospring from the germ of deceit. Don't trouble yourself with diset -ting en The faults that your neighbors posses; _erhal' that the same zealous labor Mighllt make your own errors the lessL Don't preach of perfection to others; Unless you've a little at home: st And remember a very small pebble o0 Will outweight a bushel of foam. Don't think that a theme is exhausted w Becawie it has gone through your brain; t A pint may be...

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. — 25 June 1887

THE CREOLES OF LOUISIANA; Or, Reminiscences of an Old Acadian. BY FELIX VOORHIES. CHAPTER IV Our grandmother at this point was overcome with emnotion; she hung her head and wept. Awed into admiration, mingled with reverence for her noble sentiments anld fo. the ard-ent love she still cherished ia the depths of her heart for her lost couentry, we gazed ulsnn her in silence and ulndersto a now why it was that she always wept when she spoke of Acadia. With an effort she threw of her depressioss and brushing away her tears she continued: Petiots. she said with a sweet, sad time, "Your grandmother weeps again wnen the remembrance of lher sufferings and her wrongs cmnes back to her heart. She is an old woman and her tears soothe he.r gri f. The sears of a wounu ded heart never heal entirel ; joy and happiness alone leave no vestige, of tlheir passage, as you shall buarn hereafter. But why should I speak to you in this way I Soon enough you will hlarnt more from the teachings of grint expe...

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 July 1887

Tei VlUKLT UMISSaIHl. Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. . JUSTICE TO ALL.. si.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. JULY 2nd.. 1887. VOL. II. No. 19. Mikado Social Club. a The above organization met at Du- a champ's Hall last Sunday evening and 3 held its annual election of odcers. The a following gentlemen were unanimously re-elected, viz: J. Simon, President; B. I F. Delahouseaye, Vice President; J. G. Brouseard, RBee. Secretary; J. L. Gueri niere, Flu. Secretary and B. L. Fournet, a Treasurer. This is certainly flattering t for these gentlemen, and a proof that I their faithful sad conselentious services I were fully appreciated by the club. J After the meeting was over several gentlemen, among whom were the pri - i ters, were invited up stairs and with s the Mikados indulged in a little "cool beer" and several toasts followed. When the beer had run its course and the safe- I ty valve blowing at the high pressi ef l00-ice cream was served, wh...

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 July 1887

JANOG AWAY. Plrt, be sure you'r in the right, In whate'er you wish to do, Even though you have to fight All the world to push it through Thea bang away. Let no feeling of dismay Overpower your single aim, Lest the world may truly say To success you have no claim; So bang away. Fate disdains a coward heart, Bo do you, I dare to say; let that never ba your tart; Whether work or whether play; Bang away. -Joha D. Ilenstret, ia CkicagoHerald. THE MERMAN. Last summer I passea some weeks in Malangen, Norway, laid up with a sprained ankle. One eveuiug my farmer host, lkrnt Olaffscn, told ml. tine follow ing story. I believed it; so would you if you had heard him tell it. I was left ant orphan wlhen a;bonat eight years old, tannli went to live with my cousin Karen,. who h:al hielt a -ervant in the f:amnily of thie mini'.tr at Al.tadt, but who then lived at Kr;alh,lm. in Welge landi. !aavin, same m, tIonthIs .fdore married Elias, a ti-herm:an of thant Iplace. Kral holm, for some reason, has e...

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 July 1887

TIHE HOlE DOCTORI How to Core Warts. P!aee tile thumb upon the wart, and pre-' it against the bone. Move the wart back and forth upon the bone until the roots become irritated or sore, when the wart will disappear. I have had quite a number upon my hands, and have got rid of all of them in the above manner. Sci tjtie American. The Best Time to Bathe. It is best to bathe just before going to bed, as any danger of catching cold is thus avoided, and the complexion is im proved by keeping warm for several hours after leaving the bath. A couple of pounds of bran put into a thin bag and then in the bath tub is excellent for softening the skin. It should be left to soak in a small quantity of water several hours before being used. The internal aids to a clear complexion are most of them well known, and the present season is the best for a thorough cleansing and purifying of the blood. The old fash Ioned remedy of sulphur and molasses is considered among the best. Charcoal powdered and take...

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 July 1887

TIE C1OLE8 Od LOUISIANA; w Or, Reminiscences of an Old * Acadian. t el BY FELIX VOORHIES. 1i CHAPTER IV Ah ! petlo we tm speak ota .mr- b tl bh.r, but the hour that pase awsay while thes me were holding moncadl In the cnratde hem eme to espcems I a year's durati. Our happiess. our all. ourl fe itltfi .fat, were at abe p and turned on their deicitus. We anat- b ted that deis wih as anslety im posible to deecrib. At lmt ur m iln a eemlpsay with the ld carate waled nted that hoLu with serrewul mouate inees, t with a steady step and a m I resolve written on their brew. CHAFERB V. It was y for s to dge by their eeuatnes esd the gravity of the tii tion. har more rm thea we imagi med. erhep A. they aprasehd Ls a deathke sile prevailed and we could hear distlnety the beting ot our heart. AllU eyes wre dreo upon them to us their faces and to read their very thoughs. We were lmpatiest to learn, our fate and yet we dreaded the lsde ouro; but our aiety ad surprise were. t sbort duratien, fr ea...

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 July 1887

THE IUELIT MU8IINBEL. Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. . JUSTICE TO ALL. . $t.oo Per Year, Invatiabl1 in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. JULY 9th. 1887. VoL. II. No. 20. E. W. COLE. The magnificent steamer E. W. Cole recenuty purchased by Messrs. Pharr and 1 Williams for the Teche trade, left New Orleans Thursday the 7th., and will ar rive here to-morrow evening, under the commnand of that efficient steamboatman Capt. T. L. Morse. Rumors have been set afloat that this boat was running in connection with the railllroad, and with the object of driving the Belt line away from De trade, but we are informed by the aWove named gentlemen that the ru mors are false and unfounded and are circulated with the purpose of injuring the business of the E. W. Cole. The prospects of a fine crop are the most flattering, and the E. W. Cole which has entered the trade with the intention of remaining in it, will undoubtedly carry a large portion of it to the market. Fourth of July. Lit...

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 July 1887

IF I HAD KNOWN. She lay with lillies on her pulseless breast, Dim, woslland lilies wet with silver dew, "Dear heart." he said, 'in life she loved them * st! For her sweet sake the fragrant buds were blown, For her in April-haunted nooks they grew . Oh, love, if Ihad known! "If I haNI known, when yesterday we walked, Her hand in mine, along the hedges fair, That even then the while we careles talked, The shadlow of a emnlng loas was there, And deiat'sa ool haul g.as l-ading us apart If I had known the held she woi not wear Nor touch, lest she should mar that perfect grace, To-day woeld press its dewy, goden heart Against her poor, dead facet "Last year, when April woods were all aglow," She sail, "if it be death to fall asleep," And, bending. kin-d the lilies sweet and wet, "A dreanmlde sleep from which none wake to weep When I lie down to that long slumber, dear, And life for you has dark and empty grown, Come to me then, and though I shall net hear, Lay your sad lips to mine, and ...

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 July 1887

AGI'ICULTIURAL. TOPICS OFl INTEREST RII-: TIVE ' TO 'ARM AND GARDEN. ' A Point or two of Grafting. An Old Grafter, says in the New York c Tri/,une: It matters little how the graft I is set if only the cut which exposes its a wood and the line between bark and v wood is made smoothly, so that it can at c some point at least come into close con- c tact with the same line or face on the f stock, for this line is the only one on t which new growth is made. The con tact must be close and held firmly either by a tie or by the natural pressure of a cleft stock. The wax used to cover every part of the wound closely and com pletely water tight, must not have any free fat or oil to soak out and clog the t circulation from cell to cell, and the for mation of new ones to effect the desired anion. The grafts must be of sound wood. fresh and plump. Cherry and plum (which must be grafted early to secure success) are usually kept through the winter in compact moss, roasted saw dust or moadd, to sec...

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 July 1887

B;oaird l t r11)stccs. CI tlrni 'I·n I},'r t In 1(1 I :,t! 1! t'. 111 .h eft' l. :. 'l'ess' 'd.-. "i, u:.. " 1 . .I 'in'rmr-· Imm r . *Il; It. !, *i. iimr'm 'ml rt A mi I' ," \1" p w r ,rri im" to.1t te, i . '!. ,.ti r m4'r .'11.. 11'.,! I e i : - , . d " Ia e . t. o jr","t I.. 41.'r. , - l: t i:," 'mm.. . i r . '. I!" ! / r"; : ! ,.t hr " I s" I k i -'n w., r.I i."" _ ...' 1t11 : r".'r r t ir ln ' 4,'1, lenm'tio ommmm *f I4..M. T.; r. iei "' o, !, I tny Mmmr 1'. .. "ria ""rtorn:i" P. Jinmmrrsp . ; :inl of t(n if :I' crl i " !, `L allmc r' r !, :i f". t..." I ores,-r . l~ b rI; . mln*·; '. P.tky , i :t:!'." I lN,!: t u lr. a. " Oniry mtnl immtmt' u i. ti - 'r ",. ~rend'.! h; Mr. it. M1. tmit* ,-l irmA i*litht itos kwe, amlopteL lie it rl.ml'Vl within t1".' ci mo; ·ni In· the town. Tttm'mmny lI» r-nn wimt mo l turl.'= ti." pai lic poeae in tinny 'c.,;, or w1 m vi'mla tl- rtn:I- It Police Ret~uhtin~.,rm'.mth1 let- err..-tal mit arty lira, up," 1 the liworn itC n itlit ': in my elt'i't...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 16 July 1887

Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. . - JUSTICE TO ALL. . Sl.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. JULY 16th. 1887. VOL. II. No. 21. That Hard Blow. Our contemporary, the Reveille, in its ( last issue says we have struck ourselves cra a hard blow in saying that the newspa- 1 pers which had not pronounced themsel- ale yes in favor of one candidate or the oth- in er ih: the gubernatorial contest were pro- tat bably waiting (using the expressfon of h the Reveille,) to see which way the favo- b rable wind would blow, sand says we tes have a very bad opinion of our brother )L joutnalists who occupy themne position th( as we do-that is, riding the fence. th Our confrere is in error, although we thi do not propose, nor do we approve Ott of the present political abuses of which some of our contemporaries are indul ging, as if these (our confrere of the Re- 1 veille would say immaculate) newspapers he are honestly telling the truth about Gen. Nicholls and ...

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 July 1887

Two Pietures. I. With dimpled bands folded on htaving breast She is lying :ao' ".p. Dreaming of pleaswse u.,1 love an i gold. Careless of sorrows that l.fe may hold With sweet lip4 smiling in perfect rest, She as lyin. aalsep. II. With faded hands folil'd n quiet breast She is lyiu; a.lee.. P.easures and love and joy all pst, Sorrows of life over at last With pale lips closed in eternal rest, She is ly u g aslep. --Cann F. Scorr ls the Current A LZ(T OPPORTUNITY. T SIRS IIItRIIETT. A solitary figure, with few lines of comeliness or grace., John liollawsy sat upon the meadow gate, looking of into the distance. lHe was whisp'lring softly. yet he seemed to be in a deep reverie, for his great, tender eyes hail a far-away expression in their brown depths as he gasad out over the sunlit meadows where the blood-red clover and the golden buttercups swayed under the soft, caressiag breeze. Suldenly an imperious voice broke the silonce: "Mr. Hollaway, please let me take down the benrs. m in...

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 July 1887

M )MAN'S WORLD. PLEASANT LITERATURE FOR FEMININE READER& New York Girls Who Walk. The New York Walking Club-there is a club, of .ourse, Young America does nothing singly-has been organized within a month. It binds its members, "society" girls all, to five miles a day in fair weather, to two miles in foul. It h, a club pace, a club costume, and a clb rendezvous. Three miles and a half an hour is the rate of motion it insists upon, and Wedliray afternoons are fixed for its grand meets. In the matter s[ wear ables it is at once latitudinarian sad spe cifc. It has abjured the corset-was the like ever heard beforet-and high heels are a tabooed barbarism. Long skirts are on the forbidden list, and salking jackets, with coat-sleeves as far removed as possible from the arm-co gain dol man, are written down am neces aries. Baby Lith Among the ApacheMk Leasing against wagons and buildings are dozens of little baskets with baby Apaches sucking their fists therein. The baskets are of the re...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 16 July 1887

THE CIDEOL OF LOUISIANA; Or, Reminiscences of an Old Acadian. BY FlLIX VOORHIES. CHAP1'U V. Oar peop l " mesek a pas eab hertlere, beesm tres$d with l r saml were gtyi eta r moEltd vlemw The sadehlsv wva derd frm . . hbme wasmg aid utte1g aeriea. Every object at -fa hr the ingliwah u yel sad the w. applied to le boan.. The dAms A baned by a di bre.e., . wuad with pleat rapidity sad to momest time t, labril was wrapt La 'a lurid t t dserlag ismes. We oeald Ler h wiekitg plsak tortretl by the bas. as wasi ao bliag ruebe and thb theames waull reot up to am Imease hraigt height wth the bles aadeaghlagda hurrseas.. Ah! pe tie., lt was a ar Hmage tpeadee ae. The peole nsmetd a army of Asada ereisgl 1l mal desolatom to their ph. Twhe iokam wat kles; a w ameta us, pI m their bry with the hpes eta apeedy uura to Ass d1., threw their. Mrware Laot the wells. Oh! the rels, the rus. pellts. It w . lgets. We le ft. 61br1l saudglag about ieas ed pere.r; w hen  as he t or uratsg a id moklg 6be...

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 July 1887

TlE lBlL! MIESBIEiH. Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. . JUSTICE TO ALL. I.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. JULY 23rd. 1887. VOL.. II. No22. The Legislature. Now that politicians and newspapers have had a great deal to say about the next Governor, and have settled down with Nicholls and McEnery, we believe it would now be proper to think a little of the next Legislature. The Legisla tore is the most important branch of our government and little is said of its for mation-for the people it is muheb more important then the Governor who is an executive officer, who execute only the good or bad laws enacted by the Legis lature which is in reality, is the control inglpower of the government. The Legislatures for the last fifteen years were composed of men who cared not for the public welfare,but were there for boodle, and the State has suffered in consequence. The politicians are al ways ready to sacrllce the Legislative members for parish and ot...

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 July 1887

EORMIES TOLD OF CKIxt&.AI, Sonie of the Peculiarit ics of state Prison Convicts. [From the Int..rusat,.:al:, I. nrl.l We have at the New Y rk State to formatory a cYasui try e'a.--. Onme m',rn ing the' tei,'he'r sail: "-N-,w. ,lhes. I would like to g.'t y, :;' ,pini,, w ihi..!.r, from the staumndl'int (f ,,n'atl ea.,.ui-.trt, honesty is the I»-,t p,!i", a:iter all." One of thobs' fe!l;. iw a,1!I;sv:.er.l: "I selieve that honesty is the, Inst poli,'v, ;hough I am not ani hliaest man myself. I know two fellw. i;, New York. who used to be crook-, ani were, always get ting into trouimle , I,:it thl "y refo rn;med and got in luck. Thy" w,."it 'v,.er to Phila delphia, and went int,, the elothi:l Ius iness, first as eh-rks, and they kept right along for eight or nine years, and inally they got te, own an estallish ument, and p,,elepe hal co,,nfilence in them, and they a:,t i-r..lit to, the extent of 300,000), and they grit away with the whole of it." When in the Ohio letaiteniary one ...

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