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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 27 July 1889

AN AQUATIC CITY. Siam's Capital and Its Fifteen Miles of Floating Houses. Glimpses of a Country About Which Little is Known. Siam, ::s Frank G. ('arpenter in a letter from Bangkok, is one of the out of-the-way countries of the world. None of the great steamship lines of the Paci ficor of the Indian Ocean stop at it. Few gl l'e-trotters visit it and it is about fifteen hundred miles out of the regular line of travel around the world. t The great Siamese peninsula juts down i from the cast coast of China. It con tains half a dozen different countries, the chief of which are Burmah, Siam t sad the French States of China. Siam r itself is at the lower end of the penin- a sul:t and it bounds the greater part of P the mighty body of water known as the It Gulf of Si.tm. It is 1300 miles long, a and at it. widelst part it is 450 miles ai widel. It is almost as flat as your hand, t; though it has here and there a few mountain 1 hains. It has many big Is river-, and the country is as much c-u...

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 July 1889

Breaux Bridge, July 22rd i8.t. Pursuant to a resolution of the Con gressional Committee passed at New lberia on July 1I 189l, all the members of the iDemocratic Parish Executive Conm- t mittee are hereby notified to meet at c Breaux Bridge on Thursday August let lt8., at 12 31. Punctual attendance is requested. ii. P. Guilbeau Pres. ('hs. Delhommer, Sec. Notice. The public is herely informed that the UInion Baptist Church of St. Martinville, has authorized the following persona who are furnished with lists, to solecit aid and contributions for the pupoee of purchasing a grave yard for said church: Frank Jacob, Alfred Jackson, N. hark less, and Thomas Taylor. ione by order of the church, Sam Dyer. Pastor, L. Thomas, Clerk. Notice. t The Contract for the keeping of Bridge across Bayou Teche at St. Martinsville for the balance of the year 1889 will be sold to the lowest bidder at 12 o'clock M. on the Said Bridge on Wedneslay August th 1889 Terms and conditions to be made known at time ...

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 August 1889

THE WEEKLY MESSENt ER. Albert Bienvenu, Editor and Proprietor. George Eastin, Publisher. JUSTICE TO ALL. s sz.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTNVILLE, L.. AUGUST 3rd. 1889. VoL. IV. No. 24. The Weekly Messenger. Publishbed Every saturday. EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. T1"ubscription $100 a year in a vance ADVERTINLNG RATES. srACL. I i ms 3mes ie ly One*Inch... 150 250 300 00(1 800 Twoinches. 250 330 4 800 1400 Three inch 300 4 5 10 1800 Fer Inches 400 50 I0 1 O 2200 Flve lnches. 500 6 0 7 1400 600 81s liches.. 600 750 8 16 03000 Onecolema 1500 2000 240 465 7500 Tranlsient advertisements, 7 cents per :nch for flnt inertion; 50 cents for each subsequent Insertion. o cial or legal a sement per 1 icheb for first insertion; and 0 ecents for each subsequent Insertion. ITBrief eommunications upon subjects of public Interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letteas. Disease of Wome ad Oilrea. E. L TILLY, Physician Surgeon and ...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 3 August 1889

Ie Wttuing *tesawnpr. Published Weekly St Martinsvillo, L a. -aT UASTIN A UIERNVNU. New Yore-k :ael Ore', Ic eve wheeled ito fine ase Aihllos Ii Nc:lte',. The militia of th!e nited Sttles. is re ported to he in ac lhomi-thing cendlitiou. 'The nationa ef E'-l.ee are taxing th,' people into llperty Ite Itemildl war vessel and pay armie.s aul navies. Brazil is a countvr where American fugitives would Iw aa.s sc.ture from arrest sasthey have hithelnrto, Icen in Canada. Never, in the history of the United States, has there been such a scramble for farms a. was witnessed at Oklahoma. The Boston Iler,eld humorously remarks that the defeat of Prohibition in Con mse.ticut looks like :a case of Pro. and Conn. It is es' tti'ted tiat Americans will spend $40,1o1i0ll)ll itl Europe. this s'eason, of which pronb:hI t.et-,1000.00eI will go for tilts. Boulan~ger i, in daucu.rr of Ibeing forced to 'omtc to the I'nited States. The English Gov\ernmuuant hIes warned him not to tw pe'rnic.icoa-Il :u ti'...

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 August 1889

OKLAHOP.I. Career of Captain Payne, Foun der of the New Territory. The Various Attempts Which He Made at Colonization. (' itain P:.yne wi!ll g, dwn to pos ': as the f,unlr ,of tihe t,ming State of 4 P'O.!:iiahiLla. 11, wast . W,.ern al:vvent u;'er-a bold .-i prainy man, full of scheme. and ex pelii:nt, a:.d gifte:l with sone of the m:a. nti," . ::alities of le.l0,rsh ip. Sonme ten or a dozen vyiars ago Cap tai:l Pay:ne took a trip through the "Il,.autiful Land," as the Indians call it. lie saw a fertile territory with a. genial climate, where every prospect pleased, and where there was nothing vi!e but man. Why not seize this attractive country, awl turn it over to white domination? With this dazzling idea in his mind, this enterprising filibuster harangued the IIpeop of Kansas until he had collected a crowd c:'f ooimers. A la1nd compalny was orgianzi.d, :a:id -.are. were sold ait five tol!nrg each. A cdlony company was also organizued with two-dollar i-'inally, in 1~R', Payne manle...

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 August 1889

The Louisiana State Fair and Shreve port Exposition will present its Fourth Annual Exhibit at Shreveport, beginning Tuesday, the 8th day of October, andend lug Monday the 14th. Past experience enables the management to enlarge the scope of usefulness and attractiveness of the various exhibits of our agricultural and other products, and increase the pre mium lists to the highest point of liber ality. Better crops, fatter and better eat tle. larger and stronger work animals, an d encouragement in all industrial pur suits is the sure outcome of these annual exhibits. Everybody should raise some thina for competition, or send something useful or attrative to exhibit, sad go to Shreveport during Fair week. An im mense number of attractions are engag ed by the management that will prove instructive as well as amusing. Competitive prime and exhibition drills of the crack military companies of the Soutwest will be a grand feature of the Exposition. A special committee are now perfecting arr...

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 August 1889

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Albert Bienvenu, Editor and Proprietor. George Eastin, diPublishr. . JUSTICE TO ALL. - li.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. George Eastin, Publisher. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. AuGusT 1oth. 1889. VOL. IV. No. 25. The Weekly Messenger. l'ublished Every Saturday. lY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Edlitors and Proprietors. CSFubscriptiou $1 00 a )ear in a vance AIDVEITISING RATES. SPACE. I IIn 2 n I 3m HInsi 1)y Oneinch... Io! 23:0 3 00 5INI s (N) T'wo inches.I 2 5 3 . 450 Sc n 14IM) Threeinches 3 IN 4 0 5K0 10N ), IsIN Four inches 4 IN) 5 540 6 50, I2 : 22 NI) Five it'nches.' ) 6 30 7 30 14 (MI2; tn Six inches.. 6H| 7 i)0 S 03 16 IN1 3o1 N1 One column 15 I0031 230 4)24 n00 45 00i 75 00 Transient advertisements, 5: cents per .nch for first insertiou; 30 cents for each subsequent insertion. Olficial or legal advertisements, $1 per 11 inch for first insertio;i; anl 50 cents for I each subsequent insertion. Brief c'mllmunicatlions upon subjects of public inter...

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 August 1889

e WDttig ieestsgnr. Published Weeklly -AT St Martlnsville, L a. -ay ASTIN A EIEUNVENU. A desire for Ilinme Rule is spreading Scotlandl wants it now. The Supreme Court of Nebraska holds that notesi iven to cover grain margins are void. -- ~ - Not in year;, it is said. has the price of live Iclet cattle been so low as at present. Vermont has suffered more in the past few years than any of her sister States by the emigration of her sons to the West. Says the philosopher of the Philadel phia Cull: "'Moniey is not the root of all evil. Poverty is responsible for more crime than anything else." An Indiana Judge has decided that a traveler can have his rules and regula tions as well as a hotel. and that where they conflict his rights are equal. The estate of the late 1. V. Williamson, of Philadelphia, foots up to nearly $10, 000.000: :nti yet the only article of lux ury that he Iossessed was a hundred dol lar gold watch, which was riven to him. The man who stole a meeting-house lives for 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. — 10 August 1889

PAY OF ROYALTY. What Europe's Sovereigns Get from Their Subjects. Enormous Sums Required For Them Every Year. The people of the United States have, generally speaking, but a vague idea of what it annually costs the people of Europe to maintain their respective sov creigns. The Cerman Emperor heads the list with a yearly stipend of $8, 400, 0tt), which means, in other words, that every man, woman and child of the 47, 000,000 of Germans who inhabit the Fatherland must pay an annual tribute of about 18 cents to sustain the dignity of the imperial crown. The czar of Russia comes next, with a civil list of $7,320,0J0, or a head taxation of nearly nine cents for each one of his 87,000, 000 of subjects. The Emperor of Austria, who rules over 41, 900,J000 of people, occupies the thirl place, with an annual income of $4.f00,000 raised by means of an in dividu:l personal taxation of 57 cents, for which every inhabitant of the Austro-IIungarian empire is bound to pay to assure the personal com...

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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. — 10 August 1889

T'he Cotton Worm War. W. G. Crockett, In Texas Farm and Ranch. I have been trying some experiments with lights in the cotton field to catch the miller of the boll worm, or any other that may te out. Now the cost of get ting lamps is an expense that most of the farmers don't feel able to lear, though it would be a great saving tothem. The cheapest arrangement that I have found is to take a common pint or quart bottle and fill it nearly full of oil; take a piece of cotton rope, unravel and use onestrand leaving it one inch above the mouth of the bottle; take hold of wick and hold in center of neck of bottle, take some clay and pack around the wick and in the neck of and around the bottle, and you have a lamp that is as good as any that is made. Get a piece of tin 20 by 28 in ches and have the edges turned up one and one half inches for pan. This gives you a pan of 17 by 25 inches. The lar ger the pan the better. The pan will cost sixteen and two third cents, or about that. That is the...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 17 August 1889

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Albert Bienvenu, Editor and Proprietor. George Eastin, Publisher. - JUSTICE TO ALL. - as.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. AUGUST 17th. 1889. VOL. IV. No. ?6. The Weekly Messenger. Publshed Every Saturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. tO7'Subscription $100 a year in a v'a-ne ADVEItTISING RATES. SPrAcE. I in 2 nis 3 in s II y One inwh... I 50 2 5) 300 500 800 Two inche:. 2 50 3501 450 800 14400 'rhree inhes 3:100 4501 1000 00 Four iucnhdie 40 5 0 i S 12LOt¶2O Fiveinchbes. 300 650 7 50114002 00 Six inches.. 100 7 50 8 501600 3000 Onecoluean 1500 20001240014500 7500 Transient advertisements, 75 cents per ach for first insertion; 30 cents for each subsequent insertion. Odlicial or legal advertisements, $1 per 11 inch for first insertion; and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. 07Brief communications upon subjects of public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. Disease...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 17 August 1889

bt iUttkl itsltengtpr. Published Weekly -AT St Martinsville, L a. --ar ASTI A BIEMYVINU. The Yturbide, in the City of Mexico, is probably the ,grandest hotel in the world. It was built by the Governor for his palace and cost ~1,000,000. It con tains a room uped by Governor Yturbide for a chapel that is frescoed in solid gold. A noteworthy event is the installation of Mrs. J. M. Kellogg, wife of the Attorney-General Missouri, as First Assistant Attorney-General. She was admitted to practice in the Supreme Court eight years ago, and is a member of the State Bar Association. For several years she was a partner in the law busi ness of her husband. Half a century ago in Turkey it was considered a disgrace for a woman to know how to read. To-day the Sultan himself has established two schools for girls in Constantinople. Seventy years ago Harriet Newton went to India to find the women shut up in zenanas, ignorant and degraded. From the very place where she landed there went to the United ...

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 August 1889

BURMESE CUSTOMS. Ideal Love-Making and Simple Marriage Ceremonies. An Inveterate Habit with Men, Women and Children. I bought two cigars to-day of a woman in the bazaar, writes Frank G. Carpenter from Rangoon, Burmah. They are each a foot long, and one looks for all the world like a poorly de veloped ear of corn with the husk on. They are very mild, and have little to bacco in them, being made of owher leaves in connection with the tobacco. All of the Burmese people smoke-men, women and children. I have not yet seen any babies leave the breast for a whiff of a cigarette, as the books on Burmah state they do, but I see many three and four year old children smok ing, and the.Burmese maiden learns to smoke as soon as she can walk. All of the girls are adepts in rolling cheroots, and in Burmese courting the girl gives her lover cheroots rolled with her own hands and the two take, I doubt not, whiffs about in the smoking of them. It is common to pass the cigar from one friend to another,...

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 August 1889

Kec(cp Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning. .Natchitoches Review. We cannot be too positive in our advice to our friends that they should burn lameeel in the cotton fields at night. One of our colored renters, Henry King, and a re'liable colored man, used four lamps on twenty acres of cotton, and caught :lo cotton caterpillar moths in two nightq. This was destroying more than S1.(OW) worms, and at very little cost. lint suppose these 81,tO( worms webbed up. and hatched out say 10,o600 moths males in proportion of 3 to 7, in every I0--and the 7 females each depossit 400( eggs, wh it a swarm of caterpillars will i' ,to llanld for our Paris green sprink klers. I,leHnT LAMPs! Let every one do this and we need not anticipate the use of lpoison. A common brass lamp in a 12 inch tin plate- the tin phate half full with water on which floats enough coal oil to cover set on a stake with plank stand on top, stake just above the cotton, that will do the business. Now don't go off and show yourself a...

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 August 1889

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Albert Bienvenu, Editor and Proprietor. George Eastin, Publisher. 4 JUSTICE TO ALL. - SI.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. AULGUST 24th. 1889. VOL. IV. No. '7. The Weekly Messenger. Published Every baturday. EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. ir'ubscription $100 a year in ., :rce AIDVERTISING RATES. SPACE. I In 2 in  . ins i; Ils;l y Oneinch... 1 231 :in 300 Sol Two ln'hes. 2 :, 3:101, 4541 N N) 14; Three inochei 3 tNi 4-o :( j -;A; 1001 in IS Four inches 4 (N) 5 .50' *;rM, 12 .0 22 4 Five luhes. :)n I 0 7:e , 149N 26i) .ix iuches..! it:) 7 -A$ :d o 6l NiIn 01o One colulni i 15i Uo00l Yo o 24 N1 4I.3 oj 175 o Transient advertiselmnents, " cenllts p, .nch for first insetrtion; 50 cents for earc subsequent insertion. Olllcial or legal advertisements, $1 p, I1 inch for first insertion; and :.0 cent.s fol each subsequent insertion. Q7lirief coalnltmuni;atis,ls upon sulbjecti of public interest solicited. No at...

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 August 1889

PuMishedl Weekly -AT St Martinelvlle, L a. -BY EASTIN t BIEIVEIU. r la i ' ! '{ . t;... \.1.. 'r'. i: "" th1 1": i I I 1.1.4 i , ,'I t ir::t a:. 1:. 1 i. : 1 ,'1 r 11 11 , h F r ,o " .i1 (',. """1.'11:71 h:ai .' . . h i . I lirty-tlle'r " ". " : ,' "' - . . . . - " , ( i a ' " 1 , I ,i ,. , . i: ' a. 1 4:, • . r \1 ifiil 1 .. . . . . . . 111 1 ' ; 1 .t ,1 , . , 1. , " :lt . , .., . , : -. : 1 ' ! I "I. , ' . I. " -i i.l. .il t .ll' .ri. . - i i, i :. 1' . t.':Ia I :)i t'.,l ll1, l o.ti i ,. o i {,l: :111 ul; ia li t n4 d te dl: Pnrl'wiatr i : ip i i r. , titr mif a il' I' as ,of' i t ii (:7i.'i ,./:1' :1 "w' ,1 i."1" i. i 't tI' \,'\ :i.," iii ir" -lhii 11iii : l iat. a 1 Iit 11 :111411 1 ...th. ul It. 1 Iv:it( th, :ili. .i.,li (te1e 1:.; -i' i i0 , ra lj l ri h:lnl i5 l t:1 ', on,' " a otl., 4f t th e a )-na 'ven.t ur". . h ,rd ' S ll fi ,i ,ntl nle -.u.'- ' har .,er. It : "1 ýi . ;Il l , t .^I: tl.'. 'V. ,Ai foot o- mane h nttirno ilenceid. theu ~t; '- n.l,. tinlk, thil Ih...

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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. — 24 August 1889

A UGE WATERSPOUT. It Ri:= (idcnily from the Depths fa Calm Sea. A Thr I ig Occurrence which I:r.T-=riled a Schooner. 'i':. l th re-iah:i-ted schooner . i . -, which arrivedl in 31Ml i :':: . " n It hiatnl , 11:11l a re:nark : ".y, . -,;i:apa, fro1n being lost I:;r,:-'. ". age, anid the cnircnstnlanes (, ,i, a ' ..'I the in;l:dent aIre oif .o I , . .. .. . :r "as to ie, worthy if blainu, r:-a :, a:i . . N :lie M. Slt ae, it n::ay Ce i.rrl. - a t rong yet hanitld.one-ll: ki: - . of 1it) tons regntar, al t f: I i" ha argo of mikcetllaneuaa 'ni e :....  li: a ': Mell o ilurnt on .liuv ti. l * .'-: - :I 'W reached here that -.'a tia I " iiat hasteil in a hlur:ic:ane aI ;l ad into i lermUalatld for relairs, S-- :, n. Me. ll otu:ne. Froml (',a tii i ". :, thli commaunnder of the - .... \ . r't :anld the following S"I " " '. .lrrell(.: cit t . a• lo.ta tlhe Nellieh 3. Slade ~-:~i":,, i. and 29.:it. fae.t, wI\ eii tl ai : I aIW:Va: altoagtbher andi the v --e. " ". !It4. At tl p. in., whi...

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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 August 1889

Remanded to Jail. The preliminary examination of the Lafayette lynchlers concluded Thursday of last week. Two of the accllsed, Fer nand Brlussard and .Anatole Brealux, were tischargedl by the court on lmotion of the Attorney Genleral, as there was no evi deuce against thenm on either charge. Alci.le Broussard. Silmonet Breaux and Ernest ('ro;:chet were admitted to bail in the suem of #$.-A intch which they fur ilishdl, to appewar before the grand jury in October inext. (on the charge' of jail breaking anid as saultihag tihe Sheriff, they were held on the following hail to answer at the com ilog court: Erlnest Bernard $NlKl, lDuplex Breaux, Gabriel Illlheau, A. C. mnmillwau, Jos. I'othier, rsinl l'rejean in the sum of $Filll each; Alcide Bernard, Siomonet Breaux, Ernest ('rouchet, Gaston Blot, llYlydite Itelmrt, Joe. Stayman, Saul ('as tille in the sumi of $#2~l each. On the charge murder tihe following prisoners were rlmmaulded to jail without benefit of hail: Ernest Bernard, tGab. ...

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 August 1889

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Albert Hienvenu, Editor and Proprietor. Albert icnu itor and iroprietor JUSTICE TO ALL. t .oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. George Eastin, Publisher. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. AUntUST 31St. 1889. Voi. IV. No. :8. The Weekly M.cssenger. P'ublisiaed Ei,er3 .aturday. itv EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors aid l'rl ,,rietors. 5S;ub ,scriipt io Il . ,1 i a ,lar in .I vauce a- ADI)E'III N(; II.Va1'Es. SPACE. Ili 2 I2n- ' a li ; li , n y One ineh... 1 :.I 2 ' 30 1 51N0 $(IN Two incllhe. 2 3. :  I : S l00I I14 t Three in,'he 31 Hi :in i 3*l ll I1) S INst Four inl he' a I r,: 1 1 ; 12 -if '22 - IN Five inelhe, . .,PI t; lt' 7 :d 14 40 2 11'2 t Six in he . . 44.1, ;, 51 l;  l t[ 34; IN One collilin 1i i4 20oi 0 "2i 1 *1ill 4s to1i 75 (00 Transient aI, hrtis.i.it:., ;. contig pi :nch for first ins, rti.l: lj ceI'llts for earc SubeqiuentII ill.ertlloll . Official or 1l.'al a;l ertiseenlllts, $1 I1el I inch for first iln,.rt ion; anid /t) cents f1i each s...

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 August 1889

i)ht ttki tti testntgtr. Published Weekly -AT St Martinsville, L a. --dBY- -B RASTIN A BIENVENU. TheiT '. -: N,,v i- r::Ii-ly falling in to dt'cy. Chic::_,' i. !. : rmini li to count a mil lion in O: \c ,:r'/ cvnsls. There :a. :l.:l,)0? 'nii'",l States pen sioners ho, dlrasw only t'2 a ,niuth. The United States will not expend more than $t;,400,(H0 in making the cen sus of 1890. Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany is the only sovereign in Europe. asserts the New York Mail ud E.-press, who is really try ing to earn his salary. The Chicago Times has discovered that the United States is not adtequately repre sented at the Paris Exposition in the de partments of the industrial and decorative arts. It is estimated that seventy-two Ameri can citizens are worth the colossal sum of $1,443,000,000. This is just $33,000,000 in excess of the total money circulation of the United States. according to a late Treasury statement. "Let it be remembered to Washing ton's eredit.' ob'irves the St. Louis Glol...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
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