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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 20 October 1888

PEARL FISHING. Where the Jewels are Found and Artificially Produced. Curious Facts About the Most Translucent of Gems. A week or so ago the head oyster opener of the IIoffman House in New York found a valuable pearl embedded in an oyster that he was opening. The pearl now adorns the shirt bosom of the pro: rietor of that hotel. A reporter of the Malsil and Express talked with an r oid-time pearl fancier. t '"A far back as we have a history for any gents," said the latter, "we have a t record of pearl-, and not even except. lag the diamond is there a jewel so t often spoken of in history, sacred and profane, as the pearl. There is scarcely a country on the face of the globe where pear:s have not at some periol t been found, though at the present day It the principal fisheries are confined to p the coasts of Ceylon, Japan, Java. Sum. I atra, Bahrein, in the Persian gu:f, and u the islands In the vicinity of Panama. r "The best pearls are obtained in the ii Persian gulf. They excel in ...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 20 October 1888

Town Talk Says. That the meeting .l Breaux Bridge failed. That the Mikados are busted and live no more. That he bid her adleu and said he would n be a a echanie some day. 0 That our typo stuck in Breaux Rridge "' for three days. He is struck sure. That the young dude from above is " dead struck somewhere. That the widower went to Cades to me h his hopes fly away. That some of the boys were in bad luck in Breaux Bridge. That trouble is somewhere and a bolt L is certain to be the result. That the pressman wants to get mar ried bad. No old maid need apply. t That the northern pugilist got the ti beut of Bakers old white horse. tI That the young oil man was made solid Tuebtdy eveulng. He was happy too. a That the town widow is gone. He gtwo back to the place where hope is so high. C That the three legged old horse is t sure to travrl whenever the candy man t, is in town. I That love is a passion that every little I girl of l0years and upward knows some thing about. That some of the dude...

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. — 27 October 1888

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. i JUSTICE TO ALL. s.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. OCTOBER 27th. 1888. VOL. III. No. 36. The Weekly Messenger. Publahed Every Saturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. 7~Subscription $100 a year in advane ADVERTISING RATES. SPACE. m1 m 2 nse 3m ss 6 I 1ly One iach... 1 50 250 300 500 800 Two Inches. 250 350' 450 8 001400 Three lnbes 300 4 0 5 50 1000118 00 Four inches 400 550 0 120 2200 Five Inches. 500 6 50 750 14002600 Six inches.. 600 7501 8 16 3000 Onecolumn 15 0012000 24 004500 700 Transient advertisements, 75 cents per .nch for frst insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent Insertion. Olcial or legal advertisements, $1 per 1I lnch for first insertion; and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. 7Brief communications upon subjects of public lute.est solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. Columbus Harrison, - DEALE IN - iae Family Groceries,...

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. — 27 October 1888

I t Watly *lkeztger. Published Weekly -AT St Martinsville, L a. -BY EASTIN A BIENIVEIU. The village of llaverstraw, on the Budson, manufactures more bricks than any other place in the world. Spain celebrated the sailing of the in vincible Armada as well as England. The Spanish c!aim that the fleet was simply a fishing excursion. A punctilious French highway robber stooped to apologize to his victim, and the victim noticed th,. fact that he was bow-legged. lie gave the police this pointer and the right man was soon in limbo. "A native author called Roe," was Matthew Arno!d's sneering allusion to to the novelist who so soon followed the English litterateur to the grave. E. P. Roe accepted the desilnation and wrote an autob:ographical sketch under that f heading, which was cý,mplceted only a few days before his death. There is in Lake ('ountv, Mlich., a co- I operative telegraph line, which began t by two farmers connecting their houses a1 with a wire, and which has extended.un- n til ...

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. — 27 October 1888

.IAKING GLUCOSE. e Process of Extracting Honey from Corn. ystallized After a Labyrin thine System of Filtering. The process of making glucose will beat understood says the Chicago il, by following the corn from the s it enters tho factory until it runs at aspigot a clear, colorless liquid. I shell corn is first soaked for seve. days in water to soften the hull and pre it for the cracking process. The ened corn is conveyed by elevat 're ae of the higher stories of the fac and shovelled into largo hoppers, `which it passes into mills that e!y crack the grains without reduc them at once to a fine meal. The ked grain is then conducted to a e tank filled with rinsing water. hulls of the corn float at the top be water, the germs sink to the bot and the portion of the grain con. ing the starch, becomiang gradut!!y c.d to flour by frictioa are held in ion in the water. an ingcnious process both the Sand the germs are removed and Slur part now held tin solution con nothing but starch and gl...

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. — 27 October 1888

Third Congressional District Meeting of Excultive Committe. C Third congressional district Democra tic executive comnttee met at New Iberia ou Sato day the 20th anst. for the purpn of determining upon a plan of [ and in: .g,'urting the campaign. The ronmwittee met at noon at the o1 Alma Houre, Judge R. N. Sims, chair- a man; Ton,. Fred Duffel, secretary, and a • full ~taeundance. The followi ,g resolution was offered by Hon. S. O. Shattucek of Calcalesie: ien ,-t.r that ,i fural vote for the Demo- is t.ratie. ,re,,identia .lectors and congress u:an may be poi tei; be it. tr R solved. That the respective exeeu- ri tive parish committees of the parishes i r upesrUog the Third congressional dis trict ,e and they are hereby earnestly h r'tlu,.e hd to order a white Democratic fe pri:nmry election in their respective par aih . for the selection of a assessor to be'recommen 'ed to the governor of the state of Louisiana for appointment; that ti said election b held on the same day as ( 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. — 3 November 1888

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. . JUSTICE TO ALL. .- $I.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. NOVEMBER 3rd. 1888. VOL. III. No. 37. The Weekly Messenger. Publihshed Every Saturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. r7"Subscription $100 a year in advane ADVERTISING RATES. SPACE. I n 2mns 3 ms 6uma ly1 One inch... 1 50 2 50 3 00i 5 00 800 ITwoinches. 250 350 4501 8 00 1400 Thre inches 300 450 5 50 1000 18 00 Four inches 4001 550 6 50 125022 00 Five inched 500 6 50 750 1100 2600 Six inches.. 600 7501 850o1600 30 00 One column 15 00 20 00 200 4 0 075 o Transient advertisements, 75 cents per .ach for first insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Omcial or legal advertisements, $1 per 11 inch for first insertion; and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. ti'Brief communications upon subjects of public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. Columbus Harrison, - DEALER I...

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 November 1888

Publihedd Weekly it Martinsville, L a. -By *AlTIN BIi[NVENU. SThere are a million more women than men in Germany. The bad driving of the Paris cabmen has impelled the "Syndicat du Sport Francais" to offer a prize for competition in driving. More than $500,000,000 worth of min eral products came from the mines of this nation last year, according to the leport just issued. Experiments in raising tobacco i3 uth Australia have been highly suc ul, and the crop will hereafter re Eive much attention. About 500,000 persons hold Govern ment tobacco licenses. Fully 500,000 in addition find employment in raising, handling and manufacturing it. Dr. Robert Morris, who recently died at La Grange, Ky., was one of the two poet laureates which Freemasonry has had in all its history. Robert Burns was the first. The late Paris census shows six thou sand nine hundred and fifteen Ameri cans, fourteen thousand seven hundred and one English, and thirty-five thou sand seven hundred and eight Germans. Accor...

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 November 1888

GLASS MANUFACTURE :b Processes for Producing This t> Fragile Substance. The Well-Preserved Secrets of ol the Glassmaker's Art. fl Si The process of manufacturing glass is t( exceedingly interesting; but it is also 5a elaborate and not free from complica- p tions. So intricate is the work in some of its w departments that one is puzzled at the d proficiency in the art in ancient times. is The composition of which glass is mrde, ti not to mention the fusing and finish:og, I implies a large amount of chemical g knowledge. Generally it may be de- p scribed as consisting of a certain num- . ber of silicates, such as soda, potash, a lime, baryta, magnesia, alumina and a lead, the coloring matter being obtained s from iron, magnesia, cobalt, uranium, copper or gold. The composition, of course, is conditioned or qualified by the kind of glass which is wanted. The t test glass is that which contains the d minimum of uncombined silica. Bohe- " mian glass of the harder kind contains the sil...

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 November 1888

Mieeting of the Parish Execu. tive Committee. Pursuant to a call of the president tth parish Ex. Com. met at St. Martinsvillh on Sunday the 28th. of Oct. 188b Twent] members were present, The secretar, being absent. LouisC. Guidry was ap pointed secretary protein. The objecl of th, me. ting was explained by the president. The object being to confer on the way of carrying the comini Election. The president also .ubmittet an article of the 3rd. Cong. Dist. Cuom advising the parish Ex. Committ. es ol the different parishe4 of said district t( order primaries for the purpose of re co.umeadt.,g the assessors of the respect lye parish s to his Excel. Gov. F. T Nicholls. Then, on m. tion of Mr. L C Oui.try seconded by Gabriel Castille, ii was ordered that on the 6th of Nov. 1888 primaries shouhl l e I.eld in the parisi for the purpose of recommendiit:g the assessor, sonme i,a:tes having p otested agail.st the primaries held on March 1st 18n8, to the effect of choosing a candi. date for ass...

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 November 1888

ITHE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. - JUSTICE TO ALL. - as.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. NOVEMBER Ioth. 1888. VOL. III. No. 38. The Weekly Messenger. Pubished Every baturday. BY . EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editorn and Proprietors. gT7'ubscription 6100 a year in advanc E ADVEITITSING ATES. SPACE. In 2 Im s 3 ms 6 ume 1 y I One inch... f 50- 2 .5 300 5001 800 Two inches. 2 50, 3 50 4 50 8 0011400 Three inches 3 00l 450 5 50 100011800 Four inehes 400 5 506 012 0) 22 00 Five inches. 0 6 7 50 14 ( 2600 Six inches.. 6o01 750 8 16 I 000 One column 15 001 20 00 24 00 45 07500 Transient advertisements, 75 cents per eC .nch for first insertion; 50 cents for each H subsequent insertion. p Official or legal advertisements, $1 per 11 inch for first insertion; and 50 cents for s each subsequent insertion. T XTHBrief comtumnications upon subjects it of public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymtous letters. of Col...

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 November 1888

ie WttEklp Jutzenger. Publshed Weekly A; -AT St Martinsville, L a. -BY EASTIN a BIENVENU. Kaiser William is much interested in naval affairs. anli it is belheed tha ;cer many will hereafter pay much mwie at tention to her na.'v. }How many persons in the United Ft1tes, asks the .I'rum,,nu', know that the increase of the population in the Argentine Riepublic during the l:ast twenty-five years has been one hundred and fifty-fo.ar per cent., while ours has been only seventy.nine per cent. . * Kansas is anxious to annex the strip tr of land callel "No Man's Land'" adjoin- w ing the State. Not, the newspapers say, be "for boom purposes," but for protection. di Every thief and murderer who commits u a crime in Kansas makes a break for No bw Man's land, where he is as safe as the es manslayer of old in the city of refuge. th Mir. A. W. Van Derston estimates, n the S-;eqtitie American, that there are one W million cars in the United States, the th couplers of which must be changed if au the ...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 10 November 1888

.1kIN, .l MER IY.(; rIOU )S ' THE GROTESQUE WOODEN BEASTS I IN A XODERN CARROUSEL. A Popular I oenr of Alnausenent that Or)sainated Itr the Tenth Century -Skilfully Carve I. Lions, unicorns, tigers, hilpogrilTs, camels, dragons. elephants, anid ek.s, as well as horses and iackasses, are made ( right here in New York, says the S,-,, in a fa tory over on the East Side. every 1 working day of the year. They are of the excited, rampant. startling, unioue, and often preposterous kinds seen in the * carrousels" at Coney Island, in the Central Park and many other places. 1 When the carrousel was first invented, in Italy, in the tenth century: when it was popularized in France a few hun dred years later, and in fact until recent time;, people were satisfied with wooden horses, or ackasses, to ride on ti cir nerr%-go-rounds. But modern gens as, particularly the American kind of It, has utiliied most of the animal forms found in the menagerie, and the faneies of geraldry. to give a grotesqe...

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 November 1888

II. It. Truth : The Opelousas Courier has taken a determined stand in demand ing that a stop be put to the acts of law lesaness in St. Landry parish, and ask for a strlet enforcement of the laws. St. Landry it not the only parish in this State whieh needs a strict enforcement of its eriminal laws, and we hope to see i other journals throughout Louisiana 21s align themselves with the Courier and W endeavor, by having the laws executed, at to decrease the number of terrible crimes c. and murders with which so many of our rec parishes have been cursed during the tir past year. Let the people, also, assist ,io tihe court officials in the proseeution of at criminals, and see that just punishment of is meted out to all offenders against the hb public peae. bI 8 For nice and cool beer. go at v! B. Audiberts's. Wi School Board. I hu -- bti Parish of St. Martin Nov. 3 1888. th At a special meeting of the School h: Board, which met this day in the town tit of Breaux Bridge, tihe following mem...

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 November 1888

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. . JUSTICE TO ALL. $1s.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. NOVEMBER 17th. 1888. Vo.. III. No. j9. hre Weekly Messenger. Pulbhlshed Every Saturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. S7sulseription $100 a sear in advaace AI)VEIKTISING IRATES. -'r. tF I ti2u :I3msi6 mad ly t One inch... I 5 2 300 5o00 800 rTw iinch.. 23, 3"50 450 8001400 I Three itnhe 3 00 450 5 50 1000 1800 Four iucheI 4 00 5 501 ; tii 12 O 22 00 Five iuche. 5t00) 650 750 14 00 2600 a Six inches.. 600 750 8 1600 3000 I One colnmn 1500 2 )00 2100 4500 7500 Transient advertisements, 75 cents per .nch for first insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Otticial or legal advertisements, $1 per t; inch fir first insertion; and 50 cents for t e.a'h 'bt setuen't inse.rtion. I Ir'llri,.f communications upon subjects I of public interest solicited. No attention k .ill be given to anonymous letters. i Colum...

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 November 1888

lIjc Waekl iftessengr. Published Weekly -AT St Martinsvlle, L a. -ay IASTIN IEIrNVE iU. The underground system of railways in London, England, has a length of over twenty miles, nearly three-quarters of which are absolute tunneling. A picture,thought to be a Plembrandt, and once in possession of La Fitte, the famous pirate of the Mexican gulf, has just come to light in a squalid cabin out in Kansas City, Mo. It is proposed to irrigate the arid re gions of Idaho. Snake River, with the aid of a 200 mile canal, will, they assert, irrigate 10,000,000 acres at a cost of $2.50 per acre. A writer, describing this region, says, boastingly: "Here are falls grander than Niagara, grand cliffs and canyons, immense caves and craters, mountains and lakes." The phrase used by the new German Emperor in referring to himself in his recent manifesto to the army has puzzled the American translators, according to the New York S,'n. They have made it "chief" and '-ruler of the army," and a lot of other t...

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 November 1888

SPONGE FISHING. Diving in Mediterranean Wat ers for this Fibrous Material A Shrewd Austrian Professor Grows Them Artificially. In the Tunisian waters of the coast of Africa the sponge fishery is carried on most actively and profitably during the months of Dacember, January and Feb ruary. The late autumnal storms have by that time cleared the sponges of the sesweeds and other plants which con cealed them. It is considered, ca'm weather and a transparent sea being ii dispensable, that not more than forty. five days can be counted upon each se- 1 son. The men employed in the Tunis Ian sponge-fishery are almost exclusively Greeks or Siciians, and the former are found the more skilful. There are sev eral modes of collecting sponges. They are plucked with the hand by help of a diving bell, they are harpooned, or they are dragged up with an instrument t which resembles the sort of drag used where there is a hard bottom, and the harpoon is the instrument mainly em ployed by sponge-fishers. ...

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 November 1888

Board of Trustees. Regular Meeting held on :be 8th. day of November A. D. 1888. Hon. A. V. Fleag Mayor and Mess. C. L. Lesse and C. Narrison answered to roll call. Pursuant toesll by the Mayor. the Board met thisdayat o'clock p.m. Were absent: Messrs. Chas G(irad and N. Bienvuea. The minutes of October let. were ead and The Police O~eor reported as follows: Collected from the market from September 30 to October 7 1088 s From Pish.msrchaate 1.2 Fines collected From Joe Cooo 2,00 " Barra. 2.00 ( (iestat 1,00 SJim 2.00 " Nigoer 2,50 "" Harvillo Thibodeaux 2,00 "' Green 2,50 " Joe Mania 2,50 " Joe Manin 2,50 " Orao 1,00 " Ch(arles Sam 1.00 " Augste Maraist 2,00 Total amount S32,l Report of the Treasurer for the month of October. 1888: Received from Market rev. $18,75 Licenses 32,50 Taxes [ItB] 5.00 Paid to corporatloncas $5,00 "" ('leaning market 1,00 " " Police 10,00 S" Contingent Expenses ,0 " " ommmislaoa 2-M1 " " Blance on band 30,45 $51.25 5o,1 The fdllowing aeots were alproved and...

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 November 1888

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Eastin & Bienvenu, Publishers. - JUSTICE TO ALL. - *I.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. NOVEMBER 24th. I888. 1VL. III. NO. 40. Th: Weekly Messenger. Published Every Saturday. ny EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. jb7Lr bscription $1 00 a year In advance ADVERTISLNG RATES. sACF.. 1 mi 2ms 3 ms 6n sly oneinch.il .. 1i50 250 300 500 800 rw, inchee., 250 3150 4 50l 80011400 Three anhes: 3 () 450 5 10 00 1800 Four inhs 400 550 650 12 50122 00 Five inuhes.' 500 650 750 14002600 six iuches. h. 600 750 8 5016003000 One co;lnn 15 00 2000 2400 45 00 7500 Transient advertisements, 7' cents per ach fur first insertion; 50 cents for each ,oubsequent Insertion. Otilcial or legal advertisements, $1 per I| inch for first insertion; and 50 cents for each subsequent Insertion. 7TBrief communications upon subjects of public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. 1ohlmbus Harrison, IIEALE IN -...

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 November 1888

49e Weettkil mitemgr.' Published Weekly -AT- A St Martinsville, L a. -BY EIASTN a B MENVENU. Its It is stated by the Ce,:naer'ld Ad 'er tiser that the fourth centenary of the I discovery of Atneri"a will be celebrated me at Genoa by the revival of an opera by eual Morlacchi, entitled "Christofore Colom- see bo," composed in 12S. ties --- bel By the naval mn,.,uvers just now fin- tioc ishel in the Irish Sea, it appears that bo 'the average speed of even the best ships the was much below the figure given in any b authoritative naval workc." A Cunard be steamer ran by them as though they were ter anchored. ha The latest a:ldition to the list of great siv commercial monopolies, a; cording to wr: the Epeh, is the Northwestern Lumber Is Trust. This combination is said to ord have already obtained control of $60,- inf 000,000 worth of pine lands, and to Ina own in Wisconsin alone $9.000,000 of po' "'stumpage," and as much more is about inj to be secured in Minnesota. fyi sea It is not gen...

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