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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 18 February 1888

Peasosm for Sodders. Colonel E. H. Ropes discusses the question of granting furtherpensions to sokldiers in the A,,ericaa Magazine fot January. "When a service pension bill is offered," he says, "it certainl should be a discriminating measure. The man who enlisted as a substitute near the close of the war, got a large bounty and served but a few months, should never be put on an equal footing with those who enlisted without bounty, and bore the burden and the toil of years. A ser vice penion should be graded both by the time of service and character. Many 'gen bad what the boys used to call a 'soft thing,' clerking at some headquar tters, helping with wagon trains, and in a variety of ir-as, escaping actual fight ing service. It is, indeed, true that these men performed needful work, yet it is also trie that they did not endure the hardships and risks as the fighting men. In a word, those who fought should receive the highest recognition, and the others in due proportion, while 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. — 18 February 1888

(ih: llo sueec.t: 'Thw Iclle of .And,'r son Whiskey. Dr. Boerhaavc's Nc reinr( Pills. Weaknese of the L'rino-gtenial systrni of either sex (no matter from what rauts induced) this wonderful herbal renmuiy speedily and permanently caret streugth ens the organs, and renhler: their action natural and vigorous agaiu. We wW somd a box containing sixty of thme wamderful pill, postage paid, in e a mly smled package, to any P. O.ad de Ie lthe United States or Canada on reit et ne dollar. The Boserrave Medicine Company. 844 West Baltimore Street, Haltimore, Md. Demand' of Adminitra:tion. In tb a er of the Estates of Antoine atlolais (dit Tertule) and of his wife Angelida Patin, both deceased. SItJudietal Distrset ('ourt. Probate Docket No. 270, Satetoof luilsana, Parish of St. Martin. Wher.as Joseph Latiolais of the Pa rih of St. Martin has filed in our 21st. Judidal District Court, a petition pray tag to be appolated admiaistrator of the emoeeiesmsof Antoine Latiolais and of his wife Angell...

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 February 1888

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. . JUSTICE TO ALL. } xi.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. i' St. MARTINVILLE, LA. FEBRUARY 45th. i888. VOL. It. No i. • ..- , , ~.a I , l . . . . . . i S The Weekly Messenger. Published Evea Paturday. ST EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprieto. Lrsubeription 00 a year In advanee. ADVERTISING RATS.. SPAc . im 2 ms 3 m 6 1 yr. Oe linch... 15 200 50 4 70 Two lnaches. 22 27 3 1 000 IThree nc 300 3 5 4 0 120I Fourlhch 3 75 4 1 4 8 1400 1 Five nehes. 425 4 75 5 10 1600 Six inches.. 5 5 6 11 1O00 Onecoluma 9 900 10 1I5 2506t Transient advertisements, 7 cents per .a for first insertion; 50 ces for each b subsequent insertion. Oaeral or legal adve1rtisements. 1 per I I Inch for first insertion and 50 cents for e each subsequent nsertion. I g7Brief communicationb upon stljects of public interest solicited. No attention s will be given to anonymous letters. I Who Wishes a Bargain? A strong and substantial peddlin...

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 February 1888

i t utcctkft scrsstnugcr. Published Weekly -AT St Martinsville, La. -BY EASTIN a. BiENVENU. S(;eor:ria ',;~ler'. Stratarem. i F r , mn t h e .in i : a :r ,t : , ,'.bl i -c 1 . ] A Young ca -i; .:an, 1h, h1.1 11.bg live' a i.rl wh, :.', ei a ri- tr two, from him, was :.t :..lv ii: ,.-!i.qair :.boit winning h.r hlld, and \.:1.-, n thL eve of selling out and le.asing t:.' c,,:ontry, as th gil hat]d rf.:,l !.i:,L thre:' tir.ses, andit V tas out tit sint w~is elngal:"l to another fellow. Our lore hal notied that his rival and the girl would walk in an olhl meadow field nearly every after. noon, antd he grew madly jealous. In his cattle he had a young hull that was always mad with everything but his master, because he was an especial pet. Now Dave, as he called the bull, was to be the object with which to satiate his revenge. He would turn him into the mwadow, hide himself, and see his rival tossei libt a football. So one afternoon, ailling to Dave, who would follow him like a dog, h...

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 February 1888

SWALLOWED) .' SPIDIER. t Wov'l bat a XJarvuel u Care for M3a laria. "Malaria r' "YV, s, malria." ':,,, sir. I am no m,,r c fra'4 of malaria 'han I a:. of you "iut,! ." the : -.k, r t-..s at least tnll inches ta'llr tit:,n the r i, ,.:"t, r. antd ir ::rena'cly b 1.,h ;r, I., fetr t.: :ua .lrea,' i:;alady was pr.. al ly not . - ivc. "I'e .1 i iallr'a, :: i v . . .r . "1Ye, " 1"'.l a ant: C.-_11 L.,v.- I..::1tr.a muore t f he is curd t. : w :y I w..s. Al out Iv:] :g. , I iau U , :nn in I:n,!.. ." i11 Ity. I r Tl. r .t r 13t." a, t. . ,. ' : :.w. r, gt-s . L - aI stiran :r ii, , :b . ni: u' 0..7 ' --l0.,n "t wh!.sk v a::d .:u . ~'l : ' 11. iii.,.e l.aiL' S.  itt.h' a u'. I :.:el a rath *r ..:I.: . , r , t .a "u:tinte I with il':, t'. .. !h' ,rd .nrv :alit o,: l.;.n. '.Fr i h.:t , r:nk abitt a hiri ! " ' wh,l:v tal ta i '": h jIe lsunds ,Ia .u.n.: htefnre I c ,Al . : :",,ng; enugh to eve. sake myiself. let ,::n," a In l. " •:I,, + w ar I cured:" "l\ ".!lt was a nvCIl ere. I ~.arlh...

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 February 1888

Oh' heov sweet! The Belle of Ander 'on Whickey. Dr. Boerhaav& s Nervine Pills. Weakness the Irino-genital system of either sex (no matter from what cause ilnucedl this wonderful herbal remedy lwelily and permanently cures strength ens the organs, and renders their action natural and vigorous again. He will sendl a box containing sixty of these wonderful pills, postage paid, in se curely sealed package, to any P. O.ad dress in the lnited States or Canada on receipt of one dollar. The Ioerhauve Medicine Company, 844 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore, Md. Peace on Earth Awaits that countless army of martyrs, whose ranks constantly recruited from the victims of nervousness and nervous diseases. The price ao the boon is a systemate course of Hoseteter's Stomach Bitters, the tinest and most genial of tonic nervines. pursued with reasonable persistence. Easier, pleasanter and safer this than to swash the victualling depar ment with pseudo-tontes, alcoholle or the reverse, beef exeracts...

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 March 1888

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. - JUSTICE TO ALL. Ir.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINViLLE, LA. MARCHAnd. 1888. Vot. IIl, No, a. The Weekly Messenger. Published Every Saturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprieton. g~7rabscription $100 a year in advane. ADVERTISING RATES. wrAC. I1 mSun mj m 191 yr. On.lack... 150 00 250 400 70 Two lnches.S 2 t 75 3 Q001000 Threelachesl 3 330 400 700 100 Four lchee. 4375 47 5 4 10 1400 Five lnches. 427 4 7 55100 1600 ilsnches.. SS 5 b 6 011 1800 Onecolumna 90 9 100 1 2500 Trnasient advertisements, 75 eents per .a; r 8 sat Isertion; 50 cents for each embsequent insertion. OBdal or legal advertisements, $1 per Ij lahk for it i mertion; and 50cents fur each subsequent laertion. 7"Briet communleations upon subjects t piublie terest solicited. No atteLntlo will be given to anonymous letters. Who Wishes a Bargain? A raimn sad unHnal peidaII B-h, tw Borses rad the atre osat ir do. Addre...

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. — 3 March 1888

1ie htcckhl Iftlesscngcr Published Weekly -AT St Martinsville, La. -BY EASTIN i BIENVENU. POLITE CHINESE OFFICIALS. Their Strict Notion of the CLvil ibles Dune to their Neighbors in Washington. A Washington letter sy: Thile nmost coutll ('u':lls wpllilI here rre the iilnllwrl of the Chin,'se lega:tion. 'h'leir id.ea ,:" the eivilitie.v h,.ii toI the nieiglhbolrhi,'o ur', htt, \er, ul i t ein tntiunally emuba -ra - i :.r to p,'ro,:. at .i tnl , :l toi Am riunt F : 1 " ui nstaitt '-ir +,,. it i Amb:,s-tt ' -:. ." u'.; . bl t . t !+ ( " y ' ,l . i: i , 'c'r , 't : tr i e' ., i t - -r ( , in their ~,,i:'. d-iti,.,. In tle. (_sir..e a .ustom they r',z:u',r it a mnat.er Il " l..'ij& it etullui.'ll8 lt to I;make ; call  at I' aot t w, or thr,., tinw.s Is , -on uo11ilO * .". 4,ftlh'r l i thb',::. 11 il l p rfor n1'n1'e of this cIluty illn W-hil,:d tewy-" inluC;i,, not t'nly the resident, oni Du p,llt ('ircl., kit Iasn r ti,, neighlor hi. 1 :.,r two tihr"e, luu k.s arou lnd. i .; r:...

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. — 3 March 1888

THUE BIUISER KING. Te Whbole W0t fr.T Homaget I tS. Sll. Jon I. SUM -9mi, whloas Iccs has been ithar thnn that ot any visitor to England ......pt ..iclarlo Bill." 1. a typical Amuerican m I :.t II a . s iuesseH s hay, been won by .; aIv ayhu her-elf with poeitive onc ti,, , r rh'" kttuuvlglge tht three reprelenta tlt"," ",r iur peculiatr culture have won un ti.!n I:. re.girgit:ol in Eng!aud-lo-well, A..ri~i::,t t* thi.' Fn.i-h idea, the "1!""- !, .. nl»I:"e i nlir~h Prnlnlla""e is R~dom Lic··::'· ;1 t.. t cwrt p~nit o: t Iullllttrr ug th )); "":I~" ~, tc 'artla, "~ a7 iet wpilar idol, .,!, ... " 't" I I Ii !I nillti Ii fool- t!t." honor of a:tits r,,e ' sh.,.t e~ to drag it it t"," i 'utitra".; the Ijowcr of mixnd over :.I lt'!1, nir l ant wino I by the nohilitv. id.. t~Iiht.,,l by .i:. I. nit's s if i.': .. 1 ,". . rlr·· ' i:'. i. a, n. aIn .ap 1 ~~1 41 1~.v'' to him if li . '.. ".............. ill his .'.min' ;, : r " H,,.~·r I"'""'.' !" "":n t*. Ar:tne". . , t~liutl ln'"M t te·; ...

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. — 3 March 1888

btI how sweet: The Belle of Aeeder uoa Whiskey. Dr. Boerhaave's Nervle Pills. W dashae ti I t*o-geltal system f either se (an matter from what canme tadoeed) this weanerful herbal remedy sU--- yaa prmeatlyreure strength - the erag. arur renders their action netwal sn vigerous agali. We wm sead a box entanllng slxty of en wnderful pills, postage paid.,in se erely sealed paekage, to any P. O.ad * s sla e United Stater or Canada es uesi m a e dollar. IThe Dosrhave Melbse Cempany, 84+ West anUmore street, Baltimore, Md. -Peace on Earth Awebl that oaeoelm army of martyr, whese ranl eoastantly recruited from the vietlaef ervoenes and naervo ieases. The price of the boom is a eerese of Boeteter's Stemeb the fest sad most genall of tamse anrvines. pursued with reasoMable g e Eacier plemanteru ansaer thi a to swa the vietuallins dpar mee wh lde-t , aleoheliel or _of nse, em erae , aerve foods, aareetia, sedatives and poisons is disg as. ,, Tired Nature's sweet reseter, balmy slmepgh I. the...

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 March 1888

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. . JUSTICE TO ALL. $8 I.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. MARCH Ioth. 1888. VoL III. No. 3. The Weekly Messenger. Published Every Saturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, E'ditors and Prlprietors. T7Subscription 1I00 a year in advaiee. ADVERTISING RATES. sPACE. +In 2 mi 3 : e 6 ins' 1 yr. One inch... 1 0 2 2501 700 Two inches. 2 252 75 23: 4; (r 0 1() Three inchesn t (o 3.w0 I (i 7 '09 12 ( Four iaches 3 751 4 25 4 75 -) 1'J00 Five inches. 425 4 75 5 2. 101Y) 14 ,)0 six inches.. 5 25 5 75! 25 11 () 1 00 One column 90 e0001, 1000 13 001 2500 Transient advertisements, ;5 cents per .nch for first insertiont; 4.0 cent for each subsequent insertion. Ofcial or legal advertisements, $1 per 1i inch for first insertion; and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. "rBri"ef anmuunications upon sunlects of public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. 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. — 10 March 1888

Elc tlUttkldg Itsegngr. Published Weekly -AT St Martinsville, La. EASTIN & BIENVENU. :O :.ORE SAC('E) CONC(' EIRT. Ccomii.tl Itrown i .nrivlh'4s Irhe Lan giage ivi: hi a N.w : .lr, .,-::. .A1 1,.-11'!,, ".`+in ' a.1:1 .'f! th*. sp',rtin 'I :1 tof 11t fiu:',, 1 ..., . 1: e.': i:- .l u( 1,.l F I . ,, n !: . s., : ' , i: a thiz ,:I. , i -. I , '11i 1. . ý 1, 4 4a 4 2:'r."1 'rliert' 4 !  t 1, * ." l . . v. i :*t . 'o , u t r V. * "+t le ; :sI f : t : us V ft rn : 1. h t ", : f. .'.1 .It riid.e ",f th. i:.a:w1 lilt'" d 'l. lityl lJuIV h : 1, . '1, 1 '.,i \,t ' 4 "". . . lil iv "'liln t u 1 ,:', I t!1, 1` "'1,! . , : :' : Ij +.I.i 2 ".,,'1 :i,.s :L .iii' :' , 1:, . l ' ." r}.,i-u' It:: : ,:? Us : ..1 " : -" ,  :: .. ' 1, " l,:1 :. T, . \i; " 'h:.,",..... 1. t i+. Si . s . 1. t I 41 * r .1 t t: , , a . ' ,, o, a , a + . u ,r: - 1 , 111 . , . : , t :. t .. . . 11. j:" 1), : "4l t .:t I \ . . f. It s,:r. t.".t a ' 1 1 '1 : ' I t, a l 44 4 t t"' )f , ,a" - ', in.,'t ,11. t ':: lt1 y ...

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. — 10 March 1888

e.Mly For HiB. Minneapolis girls average better than its edis editors. One of them (a girl, not an editor) was out with a young man the other evening, and when he put his hunrl iii his pociket to pay for the ice cr,.:mt !! 1h ^ '1, ceat-'. , h1h, ,aw 1y the exi"",'-i,01i of his fnatu that he had for ,t t', hi; r . i:" !t hihi l lum t a 1lei cent, " ! . Ith . ra't rr.utei l,'u ,., t. : .. lh ,w .t: ii.I f . , I "tI 'd.. ro a , d t." ',ue n, ,, ,t ... "t ti ..1 , v.' il, '" :T st:,'. ''' " '. [ f,: :1,t to r,,ture it." 'i:,' :: , i,:: .,,,., f.!!,\ to,,k th:t pur-,' t"".. I,,il; ntel n<OW ht wµ ,u';l o ,, t :,:',li; tier, and water tc p1- t;:.. ,1rl. J.' ll. f)rrnm. Jonk-. h.l 'r.r ,lr<irn i h nI her n-ht. i ' . I. . ;. It r L l - t.rI- rl n  .  i. d i " ", "h, "., a ., h h i. h I, ni in: ", , I -a . l t I in. att:.'k. ri" - 'i'. 1.4 I .1 Iit ke titih I .wtr i:: ;f . i,, f l.ti t .' . 4, t ?ii i I a! ' . i ; u 1 r u'e· . a . . :: t.:' , . -r , : u.. .. S i 1 ,tn ft. tei 1. ...

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 March 1888

Result of the Primary L!-c tions. Hleld Throughout this Parish, T'hursday Marchb 1et 1"-8. District Judge J. E. Moton M61 ('. . Mouton :u7 " Attrney L J. Voorhies' 42 " " " F. Vurhies 1sk llenator Alfred Ve,crhie.s 2 " ('. T. ! a"k, : K. T. King f;. " C'h. Dellhmmenr 4 " A. 1'. Patin 1 Ieprementatve L ('. (tnidry : ." W. A. Bienvonu :1 " H. M. Nllett Sheriff T. L. Bro,urd Mil "0 O. Martin EI; ierk of Court A. V. Four net 1.5 " J. Rou srau 2 Coroner Dr. A. (Iuilblmu K19 Assesseor David tare, 102 " 8.V. Martin 12 WARD) OFEr('ER First Ward J. of the Peace Raphael Doblane 17h " A. B. French 311+ Constable T. ImAlJrueo " A. Fusnlier I15 " P.J. Molty 2 Pollee Jaor E.A. Duchamp t9 T. Berry ', " F. Derard 1 " Arthur Guidry 5 Seconed Ward. J. of the Peace Cbh. Oatekannt Police Jror " " Third Ward J.of the Peace E. Voorhlee 91 " " L. Slavole Comatable V. Maralit 111 J. Bonnler Peolle Jmor L. Savote is Foorth Wand J. of the Peace J. O. Bourdier 1,. " " P.N. Abadio 1: * " A. J. Oullbrau 1. S ...

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 March 1888

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. . JUSTICE TO ALL. . $s.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. MARCH I7th. 1888. VOL. III. No. 4. The Weekly Messenger. Published Every Saturday. BY is EASTIN & BIENVENU, J Edito.. an~ Proprietors. bTeubseription $1 (0 year in advance. 01 ADVERTISING RATES. sWAc . 1 I m 2 m 3ani i: ms11 yr. One inch... 1 ai 2001 2W' 4001 700 Twroiches. 225ýi 2 375 3i25 u 1010 'Three iek'es 300 3:50. 4 )4 710 1200 Fourlinekes 3 751 42.3; 4 7 8 50, 14(00 Fie laches. 425 475, 5 '2510 (1016100 3i lcaches.. 5 25 575 ý. 25 1100 1, 1800 Oecenau I 900. 900i1010011500 2500 U Trasrient advertisements, 75 cents per - .ac for lirst iasertion; 50 cents for each subsequent Insertion. Oiecal or legal advertisements, $1 per 1 inch for irst insertion; and 50 cents for G each subsequent insertion. liBrief enmmutications upon subjects l of public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. S Who Wi...

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 March 1888

lijt DtecklD tilsecngcr Published Weekly -AT St Martinsville, La. -BY EASTIN BSIENVENU. WEDDED TO A CHILUAIAN Henrietta Hataker of WilkeLsabrt Becomes Mrs. Jim Lee Dean. Jim Lee Denn is the name of a tall, slim, swarthy, but nevertheless a very gentlemanly, intelligent and industrious Chinaman who keeps a laundry at 14 Main street, Nanticoke. He formerly conducted a laundry here in Wilkes barre, near the corner of East Market street and the Square, but a little more than two years ago be sold out to Wa Kee, the present proprietor of the es tablishment. After leaving here Jim looked around for an opening for a nee washee shop, and finally located in Nan ticoke, since which time he has built uj a god trade, and now, it is said, he hat mones, On Saturday evening last Jim Lee Denn was married to a pret y Wilkes barre girl of American parentage. The ceremony was performed in the parlor attached to Jim's laundry by a minister of the Gospel, and was witnessed by a large number of invited g...

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 March 1888

SMan wants but little here below, But wants that little strong. This is especially true of a purge. The aver age wan or woman does not precisely hanker fur :r. at a rule, but when taken, wishes it to l-orupt, sure and effective. Dr. Pierce's plea:sant i' urgntive Pellets leave nothing to be I des:red in puoit ofefimcacy,andyet theiraction "i totall' free from any unpleasant symptoms, ord tgr(eable after-effects, Purely veZeta. bie, perfectly harmle*s. Tn.e lerredl irrigating canal. in ('alifornia. La.4 tt rlat lldnl. It is " mile long. Itsthounands or cures are tie best advertise agnt for D)r. hsur' e'. atarrh Renmedy. The 1has in the I:,.t IPennylvanit coal .strike 0Ul.aontit hi.:r $4.(li.(Mli thIle m1iners lost half. Fnstter!! yr als.r wear ed wife loting sleep niglht ,-ter iilht urtI-'le tfie little one suffering fra-l that tmiclst-tlintd to children and horror i, parc'nt'" t : mot'r. hzoldi hare. a lxtile of Taylor ia lherker~. I:memedy of S.weet M(um atlnd u:;ei:,. :art nndoul...

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 March 1888

We received for publieatIon the pro heedings of the Judicial District Csnvec tion wheih met is New Iberia, Monday last, bat too late for this issue. We will pubib ain our next. BUseards were ia elder in the north and aertbwe the beginaing o this week Trains were blockaded by snew drifts, telegraph, telephone and electric light wires were torn down, and business en tirely suspended. Several persons were trase to death in the streets of New York, and the greatest suffering prevailed daring that terrible storm. False Hopes Dispelled. c The Chronieecle says: The speech of Gov. Megaery at Thursday night's Demo- 4 erati mass meeting will go far to dispel i .the fae hopes aroused by the leaders of t Radlalism In Loelsisan, that the road tovietry was to be made easy by the secret eoanivance of the Governor who r as a disgrnatled politieian was alleged to I be pltting a final discomfiture of his' smeeseful opponent in the late omni*t lng coventioo No one who knew Somuel D. Memnery t has for...

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 March 1888

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. . JUSTICE TO ALL.. $ 1s.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. MARCH 24th. I888. VOL. III. No. S. The Weekly Messenger. Fubhshed Every Saturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. a'ubseription $100 a year in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. rAC. 1 in 2 ins 2m 3 ,ns 6 In, 1 yr. One Inch... 150 200 250 400 700 Twonches. 2 25 275 3 25 6001000 Three inches 300 3 50 400 7 001200 Four inches 3 75 425 475 850 1100 Five inches. 425 475 5 2510 0 16 00 Six inches.. 5 2 5 75 6 25 110 ( 18 00 Oeecolumn 900 900 1000 1500 2500 Transient advertisements, 75 cents per .ach for hat Insertion; 50 cents for each sabsequent Insertion. Oielal or legal advertisements, $1 per It aih for irst insertion; and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. gTBrief communications upon subjects do publie interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. Who Wishes a Bargain? A strong and substanti...

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 March 1888

El) tIcdklin Iflcsenc er. Published Wetekly -.-T St Martinsville, La. - liY EASTIN A BIENVENU. LADIES S SH OPI EEPERS. Some of Them are Going into Busi ness with Great Suce.ss. We have rereiv ýd the following corre spondence upon Miss Faithful's article: "May I add a wrnl," says a corre spondent "about the two well-known society ladies who have just opened the charming art and bric-a-brac shop in Davies street, Berkeley Square. They have braved the anger and disapproval of friends and relations, and they have settled down to real hard work. And so in a shop, like and yet unlike all other shops we know so well, they have established themselves for the sale of work that is as beautiful and refined as it is thorough and perfect in design and execution. It is not the work of iritap able destit:ites, who imagine that Ine cause theirs is the work of la lies, there tore it munt find: a ready sale. It is real honest work, conceived in thls spirit of true art, and w 'ich repays the closest i...

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