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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 10 December 1887

TURKISH SCHOOLS. - t 'eaching the Young Idea in the i Ottoman Empire. Trhe Branches Taught in Pri-.:: mary and Normal Scn3oo3. b ,i ,ndl h!. fir-t dI:,- .,t -,' , . br',t'1:[ with 1-, remon, ies th~it .r ,,;. i, t ' of in .t.!n .i . - . t ' i :1 ( .,rn a !': '1. > .t ! .r ,-h ,t ',t ", r. tr he f:',: .,l :i t'.t: spirit l ir :a';: ,.,]i,. a:/the" ,..st, an I ,:o of th't i .r.,. -.l. :y ,ari ,onF , for the ei..v pu ,'". wvio i- met at his father'i hI""ie Ih si; h., school, dr-4ei in hº,ii~lay A pri-..t .nke' a s~hrt prat,,r, lth. .;.ii-. mlal,. a :l femalei, a~r, .rnt : 1 d-iubile line. The proc *,iou movet,.-, r;,anI, h)ymno ai they go, with tile lilt Ih hom of the day following, and thus ihi. is initiated into the new world of learn In the primary aehoolq boys and girls are educated together. The teachers are taken from the priestllhood, and from the radulates of the thenlogie.tl mutivwr si,.ies who have learned to read the 'Kno rin," which is written in Arahicl and which all...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 10 December 1887

Bayou Plaqucminc. The navigation of this bayou dates from an early period. In 1675 about 650 Acadians arrived in New Orlesan from Canada. They were sent by order of the Gwernor fro that town to form a settleimet in the Attakapas and pitelea as coluntry. Under comman d of Audry they went up the Missln.ippi river until they came to a esall outlet called Pin quemsae, suflciently wide to pass their hatteasz, and in thld way proceeded to the Attakaes country. Thecommimsary of the colony wrote to the Governor that these settlements would in a few years rise In Importance should bayou Plaque mine be cleared sufeideut to be made na vigable for large flatboat from the Min amimippi into bayou Teehe. The tim prevement at the navigation of thin bayou eommeaead no doubt, about 17Kl, and esutlaned for several years. A 18r1i Mr. . lrihy writing of the bayou Pla quemise, samys: "Iremsad this bayou a dnral for the Miseisppl waters. For in its aouse ef seven miles it has as much fall as the Mirsisepp...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 17 December 1887

'IHE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. . JUSTICE TO ALL. . st.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. DECEMBER 1 7th. 1887. VoL. II. Nao 43 The Weekly Messenger. Published Every Saturday. EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editorn and Proprietors. g7ubsaieriptkio $100 a year in advaºuse. ADVERTISING RATES. AIACL. I m2ass 3mns G masl yr. I )se lInh... 1 200 250 4 001 00 Two inehes. 24 24751 3i 6 001(10 0( 'Threie sl3e 3 350 4 00 7f0 12 N Faour iches 3 425s 4 75 850 1400 Five lnches. 4 4 75 5i 10 0( 16 00 nix ibehes.. 515 57. 625 11 1800 One ulum S 900 1000 15 2500 Transient. advertisements, 7;5 cents per .Itc for first iaertion; 50 cents for each suseequent Insertion. OlM·ll or legal advertisements, $1 per I i inch for Ast insertion; and 150 cents for each subsequeta imertion. 7[r~rief enmmunlcatios upon subjects d public iterest solicited. No attention wll be given to anonymous letters. Who Wishes a Bargain? A strg bd sM btantial peddling Ha...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 17 December 1887

...- oe' r Tiumll Whm the morn broke elo and the son And thes, which had tamed thrngh that terrible night, On that roek-bound shore. C`ass to args geand to Iwell in wla's mm-m tarn high, Cased to tab foams anr7 yP towards the s+y, Ceased Ie horrible roar. Then e tole from her cot, with her bali cloewly pre,sl (ainst her heart. whichhad wildly throbued in her barn4a Through !h- wearisome night; And rl. moved to the eliffs, which stood high and steep, And, with widetariag .eyeas, lookud out on In the clear morning light. Per a moment her heart was filled with af fright, While Khe gamd on the sea, lit by morning's dlear light, And saw far and near, On the breast of the daep, bit of.hul·l awl of mast, Which told if the temnpcsL that o'r it had i amsed i In that light hIlak nod drea:r. h'Tas her irbenran husband for whom she feared; Per his tat on the uocean she eagerly poeredl, Iut no sail was in eight; Than her -yes chanced to turn from the era to the land, And she Saw a man's form ly...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 17 December 1887

«N Tahak Ye., Ten.M -yl., whm thq iesd rs us gS th ahal emd ay OW, "Woen't yes heb my p4g dm wesall that h~ mnM sP. . ht her little pinafore, lose to his sids ihe ame; 0 whisperel, "No' no, thank yei, Zou Bat took iall the Hamm l ey wet one day, the elf -mm way, When ten suwft years had flown: g mid, "I've nothmg but nay hart, But that is yours alone. And wo't you take my heart' he said, sAnd tllkl her by her name; ihe blushed and said, "No, thank you, 1gm,' But took it all the same. And twenty, thirty, forty years Have brimght them Itre and joy; -sh has the little peg-top still He gave her when a boy. 'lrve had uo wealth, sweet wife,"asys I, "r've never brought you fame;" e wahil~-rs. "N,,' no. thank you, Tom, You've hktal ru. all the same" --F. F Weatherisy. l"N MOOLOt' The two,-leeg"Id crank is the hardest . t.r... It w,,hul -,"u:, u:st:.ral for a carpeuter to inve it lumabuers g angait. It is p .rceptibly warmer when a sesa baring man has, double.l the c:pe. In a midnight tig...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 17 December 1887

Ex-Postmaster W. B. Mer chant Shoots Editor Lawton. We take the follo New bera -pa vial from the Pieayne 4 the 12th. lnst. This morbin ag abatt IIo'leok W. . Merchant prdet of the erhant Ex change Rank and :r-postmaster of New Orleans, iot J. R. . Iton editor and brlMter of the nterprise of this city. hell ting took 8placeon the sidewalk In tfrot of ne of the large drug storee a Main l aeet. .rest excitement was ared bythe act unil it was learned that Lawton w eareely wounded. Merebast, lrmdlty after the hoot Sra to the ter reet ad there arem derd to the sheritl le was ta is to theurthoU e, and upe the arrt val o he keys rnd lkud n )ail. Iawt was tkes the drugstore anthhal me dound in isa right chest rely below wsurbee. It eems that ert after the Patter assvil treable Merehant wrote a rti lefor a Chieae paper whieh Lawton eritleied in ijearnal of Dec.1. This artile was answered by Merchant over his Imre in the New Iberia Farmer, at u nay's Les. This morning the two met wlthe abov...

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. — 24 December 1887

4. HE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Eastin & Bienvenu, P'ublishers. . JUSTICE TO ALL. s.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. DECEMBER 24th. 1887. VOL. II. No. 44. II • I i.. . . . . . . .. . .. . wr., 111I The Weekly Messenger. Pubhshed Every Saturday. BY T EASTIN & BIENVENU, een Editors and Pruprietnrs. g7Sulkw.riptiol $1 0 a year in advance. AI)VERITISING RATES. SPArCE. 1 In 2 mul 3 1ans 0 in; 1! yr. One inch... 1 50 2 KI 2 1 410 700 T 6 'Nwo incl e.j. 2 f2:  3 26. S 10(00 Thrve inies 30tI 3 5 400 7041 12 M Fouarlnches 3751 42.5 4 73 14 (M) Five Inches. 4 2s5 4 7 52 10 00 161 K) ix locebes.. 6 2.51 71 ti s 11 0, II II onli Onecolumn 900' 9001000 15001 2600 Transient advertisements, 7,5 r rnts Icfr .ac for iirst ilsertion; 50 cents for each 1 subsequent insertion. thi (Oelial or leal advertisennents. $1 per 1 I) Inc for first lnsetkn; an d cents for ns each nsubsequent insertion. ~BDrief eoanmunicati~Ha uln subjects 1 of public interest solicit...

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. — 24 December 1887

Pittsburgh, Pena., Is geig to have a bospital for sick hames, 10 acres of lead having bee leased !r that pmr PO* There are fifty individuals aad firms in New York City whose aggregate wealth is estimated by careful judges to aggregate fully $1,000,000,000. The question as to what is the exact mechanical equivalent of heat has long puzzled engineers. The latest experi ments show that 1 pound of water raised 1 degree Fahrenheit is equal to 1 pound lifted 769 feet. Tho estimated corn crop of 1887 in this country is about 1,300,000,000 tushels. The seven corn surplus states, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, Kansas and Nebraska, have during the last seven years produced an average within a small fraction of 1,000, 000,000 bushels annually. This year all these states have suffered severely from drought.._ The Texas Live Stock Journal says the general average in shrinkage of a steer goinc from Texas to Chicago is 100 pounds. The state furnishes an av erage of 400,000 steers, which ...

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. — 24 December 1887

S TEE PUBLIC DbUBT. A ar , lRapid.ms Un s mssmae The ofsme rapid decrease of the ,hii debt of the United Wates. a showsn in the aatemealta pubhshed. bau seemed very mar. rulnus to foseiuners. The experience of other natlo:. with their pull e d.bt.s leads them to domht the stab.in, ute or this cmuntry. Mstl if them have eninaully increasing instead of d creasing national debt.. I1lw then, they ask. can the Unikd State. dinm:ui.mm io d, bt so rapidl? The prosperity of tile pe.mple during all these years ha Iseenll unalat".L In fact tihe c untry li'.- nt-ver een sueh an era of veneral prim. perity. The two conditions appear to be con , radletry. Are the statements true? Inm one asense ther are undonubtedly correct 1uat the putblic ldebit has Iarg I" iancrea.ed csiti: tihe war. It ha se£C'tlumilatel to tie great in. rm nformatdl d!iv'overers whoisel ucesful eff tr' have mmeald the hurdtens of labor and miade pleasant the pa'hways of t,,il. A grat.tefu pimb:ie should ali, ackowled-, i...

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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. — 24 December 1887

Son and Father Killed. An adet tat that reulted in thedeath f Henry 0. tBlam n occurred acer 2Ic land 8uday sight. eIslme a be was aled her was breaksman on the eight trail, sm was run over by the carn ter ribly mangling the body below the hips. It appears he was going from one car leaded with cottn to another, and in crssing grasped a bale of the cotton. Theotten pulled out, and he fen be tween the ars. A edared man found him mar the track and went to eei mand infalrmed the operator who lgged the morning train and plaed him aheard. Lesime died while croing the river on the terry boat. W. GErges aldChaa. Wieme brought the re awl to this plune, sad Tuesday be was riled in Berwiek cemetery under ase pies of Teee Assembly, K of L. Amer ea . a L. C., of which he was a mem ber,we In unfitrm, masisting as pall bearers, and representative of other fire companies, and a large number of people t the town. He wasiD year of age sad he'was liked by everyboy. We lympatbte with the family in thei...

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. — 31 December 1887

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. & Bienvenu, Publishers. . JUSTICE TO ALL. $i.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. DECEMBER 31st. 1887. VOL. IL No. 45 Weekly Messenger. eublished Every Saturlay. By EASTIN & BIENVENU, the Editors and Proprietors. Pr ptiUo $100 a year in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. C. 1 Ium s 3 mas 6 tal 1 yr. heb... 1 S 2 2 3 4 700 ev itchbe. 2251 2 75 325 6 0011000 ne nches 300 30 400 7 1 1200i a IechIes 3 7 425 4 75 8 1400 lahees. 4 25 475 5-25 10 16it an .. 521 57 62511 1800 Tt clumnn 9001 900 1000 15 2500 tic nt advertisements, 75 cents per lin fr rssr insertion; 50 cents for each in nt insertion. or legal advqrtisement., $1 per ( for first sertion; and .0 cents for co srbsequent insertion. 11 of communications upon subjects In  ie interest soliieted. No attention he be given to anonymous leters. tb Who Wishes a Bargain? th strong and mnitantial peddling re two Horses aad the enatire outfit te sale. Address at this olee for fur- In -lat...

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. — 31 December 1887

On the impotets qumatm t . sie d Iprlrats i esatry wells the Ame m Cultivator says: "As the .oaust becomes lder, wells whleh formerly yielded good water are becoming unre liable, sad late in the season furnish water of doubtful quality. This fact is well understood in cities, where artif cial supplies of water replace that from wells. The same impurity in the water doubtless exists in many country wells, and is the cause of sickness sad death at this season of the year. If the well is low have it cleaned out. This should be done wherever possible every two or three years. Most people will be sur prised at the amount of impurities to be found in old wells whose water they may for years have been drinking. If the well never gets low enough to be cleaned out its water should be filtered before being considered it for home use." All competent observers in Russia agree in representing the condition of the peasantry since the emancipation of the serfs as very wretched. Each rural commune ...

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. — 31 December 1887

Wow He Propsee to Help the 3W4 ouse o Peeoor Boys [Oath in the COisinset Eanquirsr.] Gov. Stanford's gift is said in round aumbers to amount to $20,000,000, of which not laes than 88,000,000 is the present value, and the $20,000,000 seems Io be almost within the grasp of his own enetiaon. He has given to it 83,00 ares of land not excoelled in this State, and probably in the world, for fertility tad development in the near future. There are about 5,500 acres right around the new college building; the Ligrest tract is at the Governors great ,ine. ard, where there are nearly 4,000 acreq sf bearing vines. In another tract there are 8,000 acres. You can imagine what this vineyard ought to do from the fact that right at the university is a small vineyard of forty acres, from which the Governor has received as high as $7,2000 Syye for the grapes alone, and never lea than 83,20. Much of the land within a few miles of the university now brings $1,000 per aere. It is true that all such lands...

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. — 31 December 1887

About Love and Marriage. The editor of the Farm and Fireside has otled. Tha the boy who is afraid of the irls is the iat to be eorralled into ma lmrlsuT triaony. That the U ttle ys prefer boys to str. That they see eeagsu never to go baek to M r early love. That the little girls love the girls best. That they doent get over their prefer an so seon as the boys de-seme of eam never. That womi love the men because they love everything they have to take ware o. That men love the women because they 't help it. That the wife loves her husband so well that die has no thboughts for other 1 ge. That the huaebal so loves his wife that be loves all women for her sake. hat the married man is apt to think himself all-killing among the fair sex sdply beeauhe e has found one woman el ecoughl to marry him. That homely husbands are the best. Thy never forget the compliment paid them by them by their wives in accep Iag tle. That homely wives are the truest. They know how to make the meet of what th...

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. — 7 January 1888

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. . JUSTICE TO ALL. $Ir.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. Sr. MARTINVILLE, LA. JANUARY 7th. 188 VOL. II. No. 46. The Weekly Messenger. Publihed Every Saturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. i'Subseription $100 a year in advance. ADVERTISING RATE. SPACE. I 2ms 3 mn 6 1 yr. One inch... 150 00 2 50 4 700 Two inches. 225 2 753 25 6 1000 Thre nches 300 350 400 7 12000 Four inches 37 425 4 75 8 14 00 Five inches. 425 4 75 525110 1600 Six inches.. 525 575 625 11 1800 Onecolumn 9 900 1000,1500 2500 Transient advertKements, 75 cents per .nch for first insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Oficial or legal advertisements, $1 per 11 inch for frst insertion; and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. C7Brief communications upon suijects of public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. Who Wishes a Bargain? A strong and substantial peddllng Hack, two Horses...

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. — 7 January 1888

he sardine crop is a silure this year, int that will not make any difference; pe can get your herring,young bluesh, ip young everything bnt sardines, but p labeled "Sardines a rhuile" Just the es m usual. An estimate of the value of the pro dea.s of the areerds and vineyards of M' sleraha i s18? has been made which fea up a total o nearly $18,000,000. Mre than 9ve4*Zthe of the whole est.waspwnedused in cestral Call, Si net gerally nws that the aeiestes of the mxes is carried em witet "urMictlesa ha the Unalversity of us. Young sm sand young weomen we admitted t the same lasses in every department and am eligible to degremes amd ..e without eceptions. Ome of the big bridges of the world we soon be eay for traffic. This is th em railroad bridge arems the MisN us a few mlles below Kanne City. It 's81 feat lg, weighs 81,175 toes s is fty fet aboveo high water, with rsedhing to a height of 20o feet epular faith is being nailed to hyp Si m hrae where all kindes of sm) ienda peelisrities ...

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. — 7 January 1888

THE PL'BLIC DEBT. A ery Rapd lereamse Ladeo reeeaspn Stremee.tweee The arsm-' rapid doreae of the pablit &tb of the United Matres. as Iow the ,uasmean published. ha seemed ve y mar vl.ose to fmiseia Th. eupriaese .f o:n er asto..s wiLh their pabl c debt. lead, them to duaht the stab-meut of this eosetry. ost ,f chem have sminakdly malreulsag asead of d arvemims ansiem adebt. low then, they ass. eae the Umited Siat diasatsai is.debs se rspidh? 'Ds prwperi of the opl durig ll thee mears li1 am est faet the aetry ha ser swen each as e of asmagal pre. prits. The two ese dees ppear t e eas ,gadactory. A'. the sdatumean am? In se w they em a menetedly ereuset Nme the psbhe debt hs lmtrely isereed dlace the war. It has aoesamled to tse ia. v.ateraed disover whs whame m efrte have eased the bard. of laboer sad mad plsmat the ptwes of toL A grtsefal pale sheld as aekaewsldge s miebduss to thee who have prmot hea.th and happiese. The pogrpteirs of War' fe e have B ea to se publie 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. — 7 January 1888

Houma Burned Down. We take the following special from the Pieayune: Houma La Dee. 29.-Honma was visited today by the most disastrou fire ever known in its history. One hundred dwellings and twenty eight business houses were destroyed and numbers of families are hemeless The fire origlnated about 1 o'clock from a defectle gS, and under the Influence of a strong wind the flames rapidly upread to the adjoining building and it was sen beyond control. The fire roased Main street and In a abort time two parallel rivers of _ame were sweeping out of existence every thing within reach, till the extreme northern imits of the town were reached where the Morgan depot and warehouse are located. There about halt a million of dollars worth of property was at stake and every one being directed to this point it fortunately escaped detruction. It is impossible at this hour to estimate the total loss, but it I. known that there was little or no insurance on any pro party burned. The colored people joi...

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. — 14 January 1888

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER, Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. . JUSTICE TO ALL. . SIoo Per Year, Invariably in Advahte. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. JANUARY 14th. 18SI VOL .i. INa 4 O_ The Weekly Messenger. Published Every Saturday. Br EASTIN & BIENVENU. Editors and Proprietor. "ubscription $100 a year in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. SPACE. I1 n2 m 3l s 6 me Il yr. One Inch... 150! 200 250 400 700 of Two inches. 225j 2 75 325 600 1000 Three inches 300 3 50 400 7 1200 Four inches 375 4 25 475 i501400 o Fire inches. 4251 4 75 525 10 1600 Six nlaches.. 52. 575! 625ij 1100 1800 One column 900: t00100015 0012500 t, Transient advertisements, 75 cents per .nch for first insertion; 50 cents for each Oi subsequent insertion. Official or legal advertisements, $1 per 1I inch for first insertion; and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. t ="lBrief communications upon subjects of public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. pt 5t Who Wishes a Bargain? A ...

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. — 14 January 1888

had smebe b b 0a4 _ar -ear wltr papoa b et wer aIfms and .areem e s" Are dwelle side by da . ssr oe ma her bier, And the wreathingo a bulba Bright eeams id with mirth, Pale faces bend n prayer, Ad hsartnbisMe the heery heart Are rshed by stout despairl Ah, sorrow sad Jo and hope Are parted by thinnest wall, And only on hearts which never op No ghatly hadows tall! INo thous5 of the fneral train Come to the festive throegs; No hope that joy will dawn again, To stricken souls belongs The future is e'er a sunny ma To the children of joy and mirth; But only the trost and its memory Comes to stricken ones of earthl Somebodys beart Is gay, And somebody's heart is sd, For light beams bright across the - an a doora wth craper cladl Soda and gladaies 'er Crowd mosd s de by dse; A sumny .ie and a sealding tear, So ela they are allied! -[(L . Ripg in St. ouis agadean A BUNCH OF BANANAS. 31 WALLACE P. RUD. - L "She will be a princess, i--- Juan Valdes leaned forward eagerly to hear what the wr...

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