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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 5 November 1887

PUZZLING THE IN1NSTEt. Why the Scotch Millers Wear White Cape. The pariah minister in a town not a hundred miles from Dunfermline, Fife shire, was recently going the round of all the Board Schools in the course of ' systematic examinations. The day was warm, and the minister, feeling exhaust ed on reaching the school, took a seat for a few minutes to cool down and re cover his breath; but even while doing " so he thought he might as well utilize - the time in a congenial way, being un turally a bit of a wag. So he addressed the boys thus: "Well, lads, can any of you tell me why bhlack shlep eat'less than white sheep : " There was no an swer to this question, and the minister after telling them that it was because there was hles of them, nith pretendedl severity satid he was serry to see them in such a state of ignorm!:t'e as not to be adle to answer :csis! u simple qu(estion, but he' would give them :eo)ther. "Can any of yo:h lhus t4ll n:, what Bishop of i thne ('hrch of Engl:and ha...

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. — 5 November 1887

Meeting of the Nicholl's Club of St. Martinsville held this 29th. day of October 1887 at D)uchanmp's Hall. At Seven o'clock p. m. C. Homer Mouton the President of the club, called the meeting to order Vie-Presidentr. T. Bienven being pree Ant the Secretary was ordered to eill the RolL The President then explained the object of the meeting, calling lo the attention of the members the vital importance of attending and of getting as many friends of Oen. Nicholl's to attend and participate in tl:e primary election or masse meet ing that may be called for the appointment of delegates to the State nominating Convention in as much as the election for the next Governor will be decided by the action of said Conven tion. And inviting all the members of the club to work in earnest to secure the delegation of the Parish of St. Martin for Francis T. Nicholls as the next Democrati ('andiddate for Governor of the State of Louisiana. Judge Gabriel A. Fournet of Luke Charles. having been invited'by ...

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. — 12 November 1887

TlE lIEL!I MI5SSINGIL Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. . JUSTICE TO ALL. ) • i.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. NOVEMBER 122th. 1887. VoL. II. No. 38. Old St Martins in line and will send a solid delegation in favor of Geu Nic holls. The above does not seem to sound .well in the ear of our estimable confrere of the lake Charles Echo. The Echo of last Saturday says: It is a well known fact that St Martin is one of the strongest Republican parishes of the State (having polled only 6,4 votes for Cleveland) The present contest friend Echo h not between Democrats and Republicaud, it is simply a contest within the Democratic party for the choice of a Demd iuiel candidate for Governor, and Republi cans have nothing to do with it. It is true that this parish has given only 624 votes for Cleveland. but has given in 1884 to Gov. McEnery 1,171 votes. Admitting that St. Martin is strongly Republican, and the votes cast for Cleveland only 024, are not ...

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. — 12 November 1887

THE CONVICT-CAIT'HER&S Big Yellow Dugs Employed to Chase Runaway Prisoners in Alabama. There is something besides morl enasion andl good treatment on whi,!. the lessees of the convicts at l'ratt Mines rely to maintain the safe keepin;, of their 700 Friounern. With only a high fene( between the ce,nviets a:,d the wotods, with all the clancs of esc.apin" the hbllets fº'ne a single ride in a break for lile.rty, it see'ms strange that more' attempts are not madle. The explana tion is found in the presence of the big legged, long-eared yellow hounds which lie about the stockade. The Pratt Mines people pride themselves on having the finest trailers in the State if not iii tlhe entire south. One man's time is taken in breeding and training, and the strcai is maintained in all its purity. These dogs lost about the stockadle yard, mingling with the convicts. There are on the bet terms in the world with them. Every one of these men in striles might walk out of prison and the trailers woul...

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. — 12 November 1887

UNIQUE W rrIrAlsT. A Bestoa Woman who Compelled a Caller so Take a Bath. IFrom the Providence Journal.] Mrs. Y. is a brilliant Boston woman of abundant executive ability, shrewd wit, and delightful hospitality. The exigen cies of her husband's led to the keeping up an establishment in the West, wher Mrs. Y. passes some months of theyear, and where she entertains a great many people. One day there was brought to rs. Y. the card of an Englishgntle. man, aooompanied by a letter intro duction from friends of the Y.'s abroad. The hostess went down stairs aad greeted the guest cordisll. "We are so to travellers bwre," she said, "that we know just what to do with them. Wee cp every body to arrive travelain sad ex hausted, and we let everybody take a bath the nrst thing. I spoke to the a want before I cam down, and everything i all reedy." "But," stammeved the strager, "I sannot thing of putting ya to so msob trouble. I-" "Oh, I know just how you feel," ia aerrupted Mrs. Y. "A bath is the o...

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. — 12 November 1887

Messrs. Jastremski, Adams .Meal,,y comlposiung State sub committee, appoin ted to settle the differences in the Dem ocratic party of this parish held three sessions here last Thursday. Dr. R. II. Littell had his committee promptly on hand at the hour fixed; Mr. Estilette's alleged committee did not appear at all nor was its skeleton hauled out, nor did its ghost reveal itself except in his own person. The State Committee offered to remain here till Sunday, in order for Mr. Estilette to have time to get his commit tee together; this offer was a crusher, and he practically abandoned the field. It being very evident to the State com mittee that there was but one parish com mittee, Dr. R. H. Littell's, for them to treat with, they ordered primary elections to be held on Monday, November 21st for delegates to a parish convention to be held at Opelousas, on Thursday Novenber 24th, the sole business of which will be to elect a new parish committee. The commissioners will be appointed as st...

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. — 19 November 1887

Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. 4 JUSTICE TO ALL. - $ St.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. NOVEMBER 19th. 1887. VOL. II. No. 39. The Militia. Ae we stated in our last issue, a mili tia company is being organized by gen tlemen of the highest standing in this community. We are of the opinion that a militia company is a necessity in every town or parish, not as a bulldosing comeran or with the purpose of iatimldatit, but for the p rotectio t the rg et every citi zen of the steat We have conversed with prominent cl tisens and planters and they favor the organization of the militia, and they propose to give ita moral and substantial support for the equipment of the com pany. It is for the benefit and protec tion of the people and we earnestly re quest them to give the boys all the assis tance they possibly can, and they will soon be proud of our soldier boys. The First Communion. Thursday morning at about 7 o'clock 141 children marched proeesse...

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. — 19 November 1887

FROM OCEAN r0 OCEAN. BEAUI'TIFUL SC;NIICY S EIN=E 4IIOSSI N( THE CONTINENT. I'alley of Kick,ing Horm' -Mount Stepiht'in -S lhouti nlg AnteloIpe Time I'ir.t (G:inilpe ofr the ltot.k 'll ' ridle ft.,m tl5 t u hl. I:": r ti'' topntlst r :i g .e , , ,il 8 l; i l. i ., \\ :I n : , , C i t, . ;h , tr --le( e.r an1 i•nnt.e- .tit t f ,"' : - :.wry tI.1 :l edJi,t. ,eavinmg lI s Is!. ua. l rtit.lsag jr dm an lhoar atio .e :lIst se s'l s is !shi ,t it i lling t'1:1lm - 1.ia,. its waters whit. witlh .ay. , th.. tr.ilnnovest. 4ail} over a lsla,'nt interial, I tw n ten lhe be lki:.s ant the ransges iof the Ith.khies. \We Slel e'atrh eig-ht of til vast .. sten ll e the ]le'kie~ in a chain ,,f nnow-Ilasl Ipak.i--large in thllsiselves, but small when (s.i.iared witlh the gigantic forms of the telkir2s which we hay, just left-- set against the sutllhemstern sky like the teeth Of a lhuge saw. Looking backward frnom this Islinlt, we see, spread out in full beauty and intresstnivcnress, the superb...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 19 November 1887

SINGER'n WIVES AND WEALTH. The Death ofa Duke Recalls M1em. oricslofrHis Eicentric" Ways. (From the Chi.nago Inter Oc a:,.] A recent eºble dispateh announced the death, at Paris, of the l)Duke' (UCani Selie, who was dsc-.rilvl4 as the hi:. Land of one (f the lautiful tl IOUc :P of Istae IM. Sing,,r. 'lThe !),;;:e dlie. !f, heart diinsee and was a millionaire'. Hardly a twelvetnouth p.e.wss wil:I,::tý the o~aurentc of 5M)n1. incident, either foreign or domestic whih reeall:; mnen ories of the patentsee anida first mlanutfact urer of the Singer sewing nI.chine, Is au" M.Ir.Hinger, whose immense wealth and total disregard for matrimonial bonds made him notorious on hIth side;h of the Atlantic. Singer was born in Massachusetts, but spent the greater part of his early life in and around New York city. After obtaining his patent Singer in order to protect himself against Howe, associated himself with a lawyer named Clark in the manufacture of machines. Clark managed the busi ness, and in...

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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. — 19 November 1887

Rules of Court. TI-' 'irt if, 1 ,'1 urt u'anit to, diu nr'" Int. hili Honor..: II:,. .Lltnl Ibi-'s i,'.ld*. I'll , ~i'li( e . T l i, nlti n 1 *te s . o f hIt . lp r e s· i t. - t -u· - - nt ,.Ir reU e l9 :nti ud rse ' 1. 'Th fh.rlowin t rntile-w. were oldered pl'read on ti ht inilutes of thls ('ort : Htuate. o, lmmi-inr:s, lris.h of [eria. Ii-t Jtmli 'itl Disitrict ('curt Whirme"- it appelarm t, thi". ( mrt. fr,.m cn u.C"tim. miliU e Ibmy nmi.mbhr of tihe beir. Ih it it, .lune' term. als ne,w hixl,. ftr thie patriih oi lIerim i. toto iear approached. toi the ti.trl el f tht" mu pre'itme ('iort whimch ol.'en at limebine . in th*, hret 3M.eumy oli f Jul cmh )mar. thusI Iai uLgm I u ilmtrl.ie*iait tinme for the iprmlparn:tihn of t 'a.ee" o.n appeal it in Ihereby orlere'd that the termo of thin Twenty First .Imlicia l) Ditrict Court, be fixed a hholowm. hirwit: Ther, mhall le for the, Parisih of Iberia. Fomur regular terms of the I)itrict t'ourt each year to he opened and lkihl at ...

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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. — 26 November 1887

THE WESELI RIBa~~BI~l I Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. . JUSTICE TO ALL. } I$.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Oficial Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. NOVEMBER 26th. 1887. VL. II. No. 40. The Facts Coming Out. We have ben iormed by McBnery men who were present at the meeting held at Mr. Alee Thibodeaux store, that the reports ot said meeting were ezag gerated, that there were about 10 per om, al told, Nicholls men, Mlnery men, ladle, boys c., and only about I Meery, men. They ais g omimateod preeldent of te Meolary club organised in that ward, Mr. Ale. Thlbodeen, a Qlholsl ma, and why? It wil be well to may that Mr. Alenan *e Thibodeasu. I a prlemmet aad high ly respected geotlemea, aad to aecom pulh whatthey did had put to work the lawyers which compose the biggest paut a te Maery ma in the y m this parih, uad with their weetwords, sied argumss without head or tall, succeeded a tl ins the old gentemena with their D whLebey, ad while under the lndwace ot that stuf, was course, ...

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. — 26 November 1887

LIF E-SAVERS. MEN WHI'o RI S THEII LIVIE, TO S.A E OTHER. Dr'illed I Eery Day in Various Iiranctlie oet the Servic'- Hitt\ Vee,,els are Wa:lrned or Slcactl.oe'. E. e. "lh ll,. (' :q,'.'" **Goo)4d mlring.'l iGeorger.I 'lhe t'ir-t .peler w'tas .euorze 3lilllker. .,rt:n:h \0. 1 of th,. Manady Hlook !.if,. N:".n'Iw ,tltit, . .c:, he wal" ;\:P4 . t' iln ijp' ii T.i. II. [itle -eun. tloi k 'e*, er ,f Dthe -: ,tiii. tie r e "ther 1 ·1',w.'it. '-ll liIc , it , i.t.'ci' Ii, , e t i icr. t the l tl.i: (il "  1' r-c, i, e I : l'i. Th rh(y enei le' \it. anIii tr y tw, reit tit tIo t i::.nli IIt dii !,er dutly. Tfle hi l- .tl -:hl hill-, f , lIlc e k eilI Ie theil ieellcie .,'l ii '.\li.j niiie t. Ni'hlt afitc niht. thi, ahlio h it tee iliroehiizidrcnelh int r, iiai. Ire lini sleh 't or flhe ieitile<, tair nlttil of witiitr torln-. tihe" eill trumnl a''lg thi. .ii | e trii ut to 'e for va'sl-< in ,ijt e--: d ' eadi to ri-k their lives te Ie 'ilm' e I .Ees eat a,?hiir ( itihij...

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. — 26 November 1887

BORODINO AND GEU TSIBUR. Modern Batt le in Which a Great Numwber of men were Killed. (From tlhe Louieville Conricr.] It is not uninteresting to state what have been the bloohliest hattles in the lae.t hundrdl years, that is, to computei the' lIerentace• of loss to the nmnhers eunagedl: Within tihe allotted time the Napelleciuie Iltthl scellei tirst. The htrt tie of L.,li, In,:laplrte's tirst brilliant su5l.~,cc . was asimply the daring passage of a 1,ri:gal.e. e".l doe's nlot enter inlto the eonu:mputatioun. Ar."e'I, was theo mst 5n~-:lil.r: struggle of the Itali:ua nam aig:l. TI'::" ft'.e.ý. enllg.'tfd num twrud al ,,.t 70.0010. ield the ss I wais alett 2:,0011), fitr :ailh:It :is per co.t. At -itoi there uric' 841,4it1) mn1.i enlgmig edl. .ull the' lo , was 41t,thkl, lit 20,tl!1 of t he-f' 'ueusisteei of Austrimnis Iwho sltr reni ,,rdI te, N.eilwge,,n. t,c that the real lo-- 1,;l only 25 per Cent. .After I:an;,mtirte't return from Egypt he f',l,.ht th:e .' ttleh',f [Mareno. t...

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. — 26 November 1887

Rules of Court. Na lama, October 21st, 18M. Tht -nart met pursuant to djuuPment, bhi thlnmw James L Mobe. ict Jg. d pro siding. The misatem a the prwrinne meetinj were wm d and aporowed. The foUowwlag Rule. weremoreepreml on the minute of tae t ourt : thae of Louiana. parish of Iheria. Slat Judi. " rial District court Whereas. it appear, to this ('ort. th rnee gention. marle rtoy lmembern of the har, that it. June term. as now fixed for the parish of Iberia is to º rtr ut,pronebri to the term eo the $d .rmLLC I oiurt which opens at Opedtoss ea tie first Meoday of Jul su-ch year. thee aeIr intermediate time for the pryna~ratame on appeal It ia heeht ordered that the terms efthi Twnty Pir.t Judicial Distriet Court, be ad a. folloa. to-Kit: Thre ~all bo the Pi I eriat, Iea reJulr termot the Dimsricot eask - beoused and held S folo:ws dL On te Wiat kMoada at Jamarl i iar  On e md t dCivil tarm. m On the Art Mhadpot Barek One Sam ad. On the rat onday .1 oaw" Onw CbI 4h. On the bat...

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 December 1887

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER Ea"i & ig a~~Pblishers. . JUSTICE TO ALL. } S1.oo Per Year, LJaatbly tIt Oficial Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. DECEMBER 3rd. 1887. VoL.. I. N. 41. The Weekly Messenger. Ugblieed Every Saturday. a4 EASTIN & BIENVENU, to ilom and Prepriele. 71 tmbleriptIon $19 a year in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. pl asrm Ins ! Sma 3mi s 6"1 yr. One tla... I S 2S 4u 70 00 Two rches. SiI 32 32 600 1000 1i Threel e 3 3 350 400 7 01200 A Four icebes 3s7 4 4 7l 8 r 14/00 o Pive aches. 4 47 1 5bI 1600 i:x laches.. 5 57B 62 11 1800 (lieeolnmm 94 90 1000,15 500  tt ai Tramleat advrertbm 5 ents per tt .nch fr Lat immertim; 50 conts for each sa subequet Aertin. t Oil dalrg advt erdveti , $1 per I lanch for ant iametion; and 50 cents for each smbequet iertion. 7rkef eommunications upon subjects of publi lc atireat sldted. No attention ' will be give to aaonymmu letters. Who Wishes a Bargain? ? A ireg sad munhiantial padding b alr t.m mEimse mal the estin oateLt r Bale. Mdres at ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 3 December 1887

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 3 December 1887

IShaddem In a llmWIO 'Two, ak'le.'tuls, iprfecrtt in every par ticul.ar. wset fundn in Mr. W. Becoth's wand pit a' Hallan corners, or Elmnsford, u, it , i.' '.r lie'd, W. rrt.htt'ate'r 'unnty, .rrin T1l.e.:: . Th' e .1111 pit ic w -.et I' lt'illtrr extaliittrl for un." (u tit,- 44tH\ :u""· 1til-I;t. : ll 4 11 Su t., .") I 5llfir 'i M .tl. lk ii' le knali l'f . ,n'tit f :ie t"1 : I.iiti-u lti ".-r w4ll at salbli l'r ill till' J~ritre't Antisy ii't ie.iare'e.lr, Veit 'ttil~l(l.lS 1,ni a iii niillg l'\pe."llll " aeu lain i. tilt' IJ;. 'll"llI I l'l'n.l I G.til l'm.er, l'r il'-it 5 yalntivon the? ltloElft flor theiblll re~loan l Ptheti. 'fltill' :In.t f., er till'( r. el e , l. we~re' tt'llrll'lei~e are' sielplitefI' t' lllle' fallen vict~eims toe A'i".e"' i. ti&"l. One1 11111 h. el Whiet thai'e 14h the builda 110111":; *f.el* 1:.i'1 with thll efe.'t 14mw tiel1 ~rrt·il *:lt Ii'. (elilg t ee L tile' 11111 e1114 !'i. Anti thnose of thbe ovtel*e'r w n e a rails .. r01til. Whit'li fell ...

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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. — 3 December 1887

Warmth of AettachmRn ~remmo alese, al mmw., Wmat my h.ar er thhake lM usn mpeso thdfrl abirb atm my belg All. 'Ieat asn 4ae bi vaI e I erve. Dem'I WiA hopes with premis blest, 'Buml de oelga Ipsy u lbroe; Clier ilI, tir Im thi.s, m my bmrt, for them art mlne; Thnm the mselgl I the wire, I thst arses, thom the Are; I th servant, them the mat er. Bara.1g red hot matad plaster. The Ouachita Plan of Afi canization. TM dlnemars between Governor is3iagry ititaeiy beleo the Ooa pieseinesi m ddte ad his speese at amesr is met greeter than the diger -eeu betweem the meosne Canea.is -latformoad theOmelta prish plan Sgettl a delegaio bto the Batoo se cavesUml. GOvemrar Mcgery gra eaally pl retu Cgift Caan's amae mowing dw the ugsles, and la the other eas pres~ad Ms. Ca ehortiUn at the iarwn meeting when he (Mclnery) pgve sat hmes rder that "mlve tLhe elnd right p to the stand" which era id the result; "white men and olered we rushesstgether.Vhee hands em bred sedether and red-white and MSaek...

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 December 1887

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. . JUSTICE TO ALL. $ is.ao Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official JournaL ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. DECEMBER IOth. 1887. VOL II. No, 42. The Weekly Messenger. Published Every Saturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors aal Proprietors. tSubserliptimo $100 a year in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. sACEs. Im 2 me 3 ms 6 Ime 1 yr. One Inch... 150 250 2 5 400 700 'rw inoches. 225 2 75 3 25 Oi00 1000 'Threenehe 300 3 At 4 S 7I t 11 00 Four nlches 375 4Iii 4 75! .f 14 00 Five inches. 45 471 52.5 10 0,l; 1; 00 Six lacbes.. 525 575 8 25110(1 ]800 One olmu 9 00 "10 0015 00 25 00 Translent advertisements, cents per .ich for bst lserton; cents for each ,ubeequent 1aeTln. OAlsi or legal advertisements, $1 per 1 inch for ubst insertion; and 50 cents for each subsequent Ileetien. O7Brade conmunications upon subjects of public interest solidted. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. Who Wishes a Bargain? A stroag and ebstantial peddli...

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 December 1887

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