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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 31 August 1889

TIHE HIMALAYAS. A Trip to the Highest Mountains in the World. The Stro'n and Hard-WVorking Wivcs cA the Mountaineers. T1wi f"~:,,wing is an extract f;em a letttr icrit':a by Frank G. Carpenter, daled at I).:rj cling, in the heart of the Ilim:d:yas: Ftl mn i here I write the mountains ftr:n a ses :;ire!e about me and there are twelve mnihty peaks of snow, each of which is more than twenty thousand feet high. As for mountains (,f two miles and more in height I can see doz ens of them. I am in the very midst of the Hlimalayas and at what the world says is the Ie(st point to view them. MIan here is fully as interesting as na ture, and we have servants and guides who are more like the people of Thibet than India. There is no seclusion of women here, and great strapping girls, dressed in the gaudiest of colors go about with flat plates of gold hanging to their ears, each of which is as big as a trade dollar. They have gold on their ankles and bracelets of si;ver running all the way from t...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 31 August 1889

".(414tl liler'." Itl'ui-ithe sll;i dows oef Nirtite. if init the virtues themslel' s." lRn l iel liteiuess is that (-li('att vit-itn which apiºr' ciates a"llrent trillts a nl the tact and synViiiathyt quik te tiin a ready appuiliicitiln. It i-s til te the tlut chinlery eof -ieeianl l it ,nl-stic lift'. IiiimJlite.lse. dtie s lint .. eftetl proceed frem I ei tireles--ll'ss, lie r fromi lnuligiiity. .s4 firte4i the lile'k of that icite ,cerie i 'tilln Ief the lit tlie thilgs by lhici lealtInur i tolnferred or lpail inflidetl. Yiall kee Blahde. It will astonish you, but after Sept. 15 0. E DOLLAR will do it. Who'd a thought it! The Ltouisiaceltal ýt.e I-air ane,: Shreve port Exiositioen will ierectenit its Fourth Annual Exhlilbit at Slirtei +eprt. Iweginnillng Tuesday, the lth day olf ('eicthbetr, alndeltlil ing Molidily the 11ith. 'Past experiellce enaleles the llililanagemenlllt to enlarge the scope of uIeflilllne'. aIdtl attractiveness of the varioulls exhlibits of oulr agricultura...

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 September 1889

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Albert Bienvenu, Editor and Proprietor. George Eastin, Publisher. 4 JUSTICE TO ALL. g gl.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. SEPTEMBER 7th. 1889. VOL. IV. No. ?9. The Weekly Messenger. Published Every satu'rday. ly EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editurs andIl I'ro,,ietors. uL"busbcription $100 a sear in ,+ t. lce ADVERITl'I; IRATES. SPACE. I i1 2 Im I yi ; s itI s ly One iunch... I .31) .i) ti ", 5-Oi: S on Twoiuchlle .. 2 i54 :;5( 13) -.1o s 14 4N) Three inchels ;t114 4 :1 .,1 :l 1)014H) INt) Four iuchesI 4 I) 3 0: ;0 t 1"2 :0 4122i4) Five iuches . i -t1 U 7i.:0 -7 ) 1441 M), t1 41 Six inch,... lisN 7-510 S 1 I Ni4 :l0 IN) One coluina 15 0'4N44 0 ' (40; I 7- 00 Transient advertisemenlts, 75 cents imer nclh for first insertion; 50 cents for each subseqjuent iusert iu.n. Official "or Iteal adviertisenie.nts, $1 per It inch for first insertion: and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. C7Brief coullltnieatinns uIIpon subjects of...

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 September 1889

Its Wttklp fltssetnpr. Published Weekly -AT St Martlnsville, L a. -4y tASTI a UIEIVEIIU. Under the sceptre of the Cau of ITm. sia.live thirty-eight different nationalities, each speaking its own language, which is foreign to all others. According to the Prairie Farmer "the Parmers' Alliance is actively at work in the West and South fighting obnoxious trusts and other monopolies." The New York Herald states that "race and religious prejudices are making po litical conditions in Canada that appear to thre.tn the disruption or the Domin. ion." Tl' (Chilian Government has engaged many raili;ay engineers from this coun try for the building of its new roads sorme 'ui,I) miles in lenlrth-fron coast cities t~ t the interior pr,:ts. A pr,.' .t isA being considered for add ing: L':.,.itl, ;cres to time irrigated area in Egyp:. : el w..e'r Iwing taken from a point ,, :: _;u ou n t::'" Nile that the can:! --..:: !,,cr run dry. Th 'r:;ei of Thorn and Taxis has takca .::. ,i'ac. ;,:nont" the cuu...

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 September 1889

NOTES AND COMXENTS, TReart are over S00,000 more widows than widowe-rs in England. In France, for every 114) widowers there are 19 widows. These facts lead the West minster Re-view to treat the growing dispositi, n if men to marry late in life as a very serious evil of modern seciety. THEnrF seenem to be a Sunday closing movement sweeping over the country. In Cincinuati the authorities have sue ceeded ter at :east one Sunday in clos ing not ,.:iy the liquor stores but also the stores of the cigar dealers and eon feetioners. The Ikarlhers' Association is making an ttroit to close all the barber shops in that city, also, on Sunday. Is Canton, China, with its 1,500,00( inhabitants. are fifteen Christian chapels. wheire mis.ionaries and the native ministeels preach the gospel, not on Sunda:lys only, but daily, and from two to four hours each day, to audiences varying from fifty to several hundred. After the serimn these evangelists con tinue tlh. s"rvicwes. THe C nit 'f Sfpain.under th...

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 September 1889

S oI n c a c t s . b' t Tl l ,t ' l l T. I. ( IN IL 1. 1'. The" gypt:ion are. w, f l, at , Vi l i;tram ' t' U, il th, -ci t ,ze , of raisiug chi 'k niis. ",u,! th' in- a 4l' i1atilg estalb ill nlInt.'. ,if the f country hatch out elggs by the millio, e,,vry y, ;,r. At a h;tcthing t 4"st11btlis,,m,',nt 11.;1r th,, yrwa lin l.s, thi.e f; lttI ,, tr:lde fr,.Ih e rggs f,,r ,oul g chi'ck-. ,uel the rate is two,, eggs for 44,Ite chick. Anothir ar titicial hatchitry turn' 'out 5 N4,4NMM1 little chickenas ellry seon'., riauit the . weln cr op otf chickens in, Egypt am,,unts, ac ,,rding t4, ligures furnisheid i li y the o',nsul gneri' al, to more than twenty lailliins of chiekeins ta y, a". We have abou t two hundred 3 millio,, dollars worth ,,f ,Imoney in vested in the fwl indu.try in the United States, aln m,,1ount so large that all thie m111oey o'f Jay (Goul couhl nt ,'qual it. and still we have to illij.rt mIore tlhan sixteen million do-zens of eggs every year. If Aimerica w,,uldh adep...

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 September 1889

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Albert Bienvenu, Editor and Proprietor. George Eastin, Publisher. JUSTICE TO ALL. S.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. SEPTEMBER 14th. 1889. VOL. IV. No. 30. The Weekly Messenger. Published Every Saturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Pl'rprietors. 'Subscription $100 a year in a aance - --_--- . ... . AI)VKILTISlNG IRATES. SPACE. I li 2 ins 3 il ; lints, y One iuch... I 50 250 :5I4) I 00 800 Two inches. 50 3 :- 0 4 50 8 O(Nl 14 00 Three inclle :3n;l 4 .41 5A0 14)00 1800 Four inches i 00) .-)A G ,jo 12 50J 22 00 Five inchel.= 5I) II 5650 7 .iO 14 11(. 2600 $1x inches... I)j 7 03i' :0 1i; 00 3000 One coLIun ' 1500, 2111th 2400 450017500 Transient ad'vertisemlents, 75 cents per :ach for first insertionll; 0 cents for each lubsequellt insertlola. Official or legal advertisemenlts, $1 per 1I inch for tfirt ilnsertionl; and 50 cents for each subsequllent insertion. C7iBrief comlunullic;at ions llmll subjects of public...

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 September 1889

1£t Wttiklp I lteztnger. Published Weekly -AT St Martinsville, L a. -BY EASTIN A BIENVENU. The SP:.ni-h MiniLter of the Colonies ha- :m',clcerld that Culm is not for sale,. The p',p.;lation of Ireland has declined mine pe.r ent 'ince 181i. and about one half since 1841. Nr::rly 22,000,000 acres of our land arc owned by men who owe allegiance to other governmenta. England has it in mind to propose an international conference to decide whether lehring Sea is an open or closed sea. The ('hic'ago Snm lheclares that "the pro;;re.s ii:de in somei Southern towns reads more ii!ke a fairy tale than fact." ('::r.n: Wilberforce, one of the most di4tiouui-elhd divines in England. attrib uttes tl' re ,ent recovery of his health to the *faith cue." T:u.-si: :: rendulipted the law which forbid.s l:,,:r to the throne e.ontractiug m:srria,_es with iptrsons not members of the crthd. \x Greek Church. TIh San Francisc, ('hlr,uicl thinks that eay:uv of the Indian rsc.rvatious are entir'ly ,,ut of propo...

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. — 14 September 1889

TRA.. ING ANIMALS. fTAC ~-I:LED UP AONG VET r.AN TRAINERS. Crel¶Y a Usual Means of Tuition- Soa EL-phants Are Taught to. stand c The;r Heads. Th' unln: itchl" brute gl.nced furtively ohis k.. p.'r ott of tllh corners of his 'r-~!k littl teves, and moved sulkily asrd' ti.Le h:ther end of his canet. sejper Willi Snyder, of theCentral fnrk nima:': :, was expaiining to the p~ort°r in at pihants are trained, and as! il:l'r.,t i . h .is lture with the mlree aninl.,i: undlr his chirge. 4rou:1 ar:,.., Tip:." Slltder leaped over the rail :iill slid ihetweeIn the bars dthe c'., . mnI st1 tnl beside the tile e!e phant, pic i hand. "Tip:" Thlle animal felt the sharp eel plr.1 l:s .lihs and gave a shrill ereill o( e: ' ri'. ",(iron.tld .2r:is " Slowly and awk ,liv t"he r.it ,:irub hient his legs and gSDIk oi. t' :i I is foreknlees. "Over . 1 irire. :.c h as a snikingi iip give-. f .wl this .ontt3andd, ant Tip r!'.kl. 'tr 2cn his tide, apparently "Get in. n'.:" With almost incred ible rapilit....

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. — 14 September 1889

G;raitll Jury. State v:. I'has. I ase.igtne, for shootingi at with intient toe celmmlit Inlurlher. Not a se true bill. State vs. Isildore Lounviere,for trewpa--. y Neot a true bill. P State v-. .Ie,e'lph Sam;ull. for bl(eetillug a lit with illtellt to 'ntlllllit nllllur'r andt in- f licting a woundl less thllaL IIal)hem. A p true bill. t State vs. E. I.. Tilly, for assault anlld battery. A true bill. State v.. Aldam I auplhitee, Ozer ('Cne antl I Dli Fridtly, for petty larety. Not a true bill. State is. A. .1. \'erret, for selling liqur i to a minor. Not a true bill. State i. (G.erge Cherry, for petty lar-t ceny. Nat a true hill. State vs. JoIselph ProvI.t, for assau:lt by wilfully shooting at. .t true' hill. t State vs. Victor alia; Paul I'rovut. for assault by wilfully shouting at. A\ tlalu bill. State vs. Gil Ilru-'sard,I f ir asalult Iby wilfully sheseting at. .A trite bill. State vs. Pierre l'r.vo.t, for slihooting at with i.tentt to clnmllliit mirder, and in flicting a woul...

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. — 21 September 1889

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Alert ienvenu, Editor and Proprietor. JUSTICE TO ALL. .oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. George Eastin, Publisher. Official Journal. Sr. MARTINVILLE, LA. SErTE wBER 21st. 1889. L. IV. No. 31. The Weekly Messenger. I 'ublished Every Saturday. Br EASTIN & BIENVENU, it Edito and l'hprletors. r Sui-bscription $190 a year in a saare AEVEITLTi~IG ATE~ . d #pA4cE. 1I 3 l i1m 6 twIA I One inch... I :li; ! 2 i1 3 0!i 5 01 S 00 Two inc'he. 2:4l1 3 01i 4 30 8W (014 100 Tbrhe inke4h 1 4 3059 0 3 0, fOr 180 Four Iinhle 40I1 35i01 60 50 i12 1 220) Five i,'lhes. MCI 6 0 7i50i 140 2610 ,iz lacl heh... 0ll i 7 .1 8N0 i0, 16 4' 30011 One columun 13ti (NIl 20 24 1 75(O) I 00 1 Tranmient advertlisalents, 75 cents lwr ,nch for tint innrtir;'.i 0 cenut for each subeequlent intrtion. d Official or legal advertisements. $1 per II inch for irat lnsertion; and :0 cents for each subwieqient inertlod. Brir emliulellistions upon subjects of pulilic luterelt solicited. No att.nl...

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. — 21 September 1889

ltt iDUklL ites tngtr. Published Weekly S-AT St Martinsville, L a. -BY EASTIN t BIEUVENU. Brazil boasts of receiving 131,000 im migrants last year. The fihherics of Maine are reported to be on the dhctline. California has 187.500 homesteads of 160 acres each that have not been applied for. The United States occupies one-third of the entire space devoted to machinery at the Paris Exposition. It i.s estimatd that the Protestant churches of the United States contribute annually ~11,250.uiU to foreign missions. Stanlardl il and electric lights have combined to m:a.ke Cleveland, Ohio. the richest city of its population in the world. AccordinL to the officials of the United State, Mint there are 100.000,000 of the old-fashionfed copper cents still out but not in circulation. It has been decided that we are to pay high for our sugar this year. but we are likely, says the Couricr-Journal, to get our biscuits cheap. The Legislature of Missouri at its recent session passed a bill which prohib...

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. — 21 September 1889

AN OCEAN TRAGEDY. A X.tTE'S AWFUL ADVENTURE ON THE NORTH PACIFIC. Between Two Desperate Mutineers and a Ravenous Shark-Saved By His Murdered Captain. There passed through Denver, Col., recently a main whose terrible experi ences in the North lacific Ocean equal those of Robinson ('rusoe. This gentle man was N. C. Marks, a sea captain, en route from Port!and, Ore., to the At lantic ctast, and the story as heard from his own lips is as follows: "I was wrecked on the coast of Brit ish Col;mblia during the terrible gale which recently swept from one end to the other of the Pacific coast, and ant now on my way to report to the owners of the ship and cargo. She was a whaler named the Blanche Buckingham, and hailed froi, the Pelican Inlet, on the coast cf Maine. We sailed from port nearly three years ago ,, ith a crew of eleven, loesides the C':aptain and two mates. I was the tirst mate. The Cap tain was all old whaler named Capt. Leroy Anutroy, and he has been the friend of my lifetime. 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. — 21 September 1889

Race \Var in illinois. The following is a dispatch from Law renceville, Ills., dated Septemlber 16ith. A rare war between whites and blacks occurred here Saturday night. A few days ago a St. Louis negro named "Slick" came to town and Saturdnlay afternfsosa in a quarrel with a white man, attacked hum with a knife, the latter escaped after receiving two wounlds, and then "Slick" dashed down the street and slashed at every one. Judge Barnes of the county rourt orderedl the negro tostop. The ne gro attacked the judge lbut the latter re tallatled by kmocklug hinm kdown. Tihei negro was then disarnmed and arrested. Meanwhile the blacks hearing of the arrent determinhd to rescue the prisoner. A few white men rallied arounad the fudge. There was a hard fight, in which I the negrmws were beaten back and four of the ringleaders arrested. The prison ereawere taken to the county jail and the sheriff and his deputies were ordered by the judge to guard the building. The blacks quickly orgalmied 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. — 28 September 1889

E WEEKLY MESSENGER. All) t I. I L litor anr d Proprietor. · JU STIC - A LL. - Alb . i and Proprietor.TO ALL. . Si.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. SST. TILLE, LA. th. 1889. V No. 2. Ofi,:;,l l ,e ::' ;. Sr. MARTI N\ILInu , LA. SI:I'TEM F:R 2Sth. 1889. , \o.. 11'. No. 3-* The ~ I - iir, .t, ý· ill ,1% i. o: (l ·. .·. 111 u:1 *eu i n 1 1_t, t~ *i -- '- te i Tr I' ' r. 7c . r ;sell fr 1,. -' eac Triiat . . . ; .. " e:l e1~,r tit( *uif i cr l , .1 ,.r 't, 1. Wjitt n:."''te- i G! i 4 . ~ . , t1". 1 i I will 111 t?111 ]Dni. a* and 1"r1 re Ir .-i ..l-?b· N sill 0;II l~iII'~* ·Q'. «:i Sr. LL IA.1 Wllj ,". .. :: I ,' 1 t11 L..1.~ ~ ~ ~ ! . * ].{ l Ili .:1 "1 I ice 3.:J-$gEY.SI~IRiT, t1~ -Iii Wle a . -* ;. 1? *r, i n' 1 Thej .I. .... , " I! t'.':- 11 eaAl~l Onii :·I 111 I at ....ra'................ A fainI ii; a11 j,"","ia L Russia V.. 1.. . . i At:.ika My llr i " rn " a call. 1l i YI~ 01, H Ah U I) 1 11 Ha:ll º I: :':. 1haoti 1 rt' ( "º % .L . R Sia I' * h i:~. .i\,~ La. .~.ejte My i Itri...

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. — 28 September 1889

Ijt tttitld iitssener. Published Weekly -AT St Martinsville, L a. -BY EASTEIN BIENVENU. Rents in Scofland :are .rowing lower md low( r. It is l1timatn4d that tlhe I nit'ed States Ian a ldo',I r for Every ,OlO inhabitants. Pene,-1-. .mi: h;as a new law which im plos. lire and inll!riasnow.nt for the de ttrucct,,e of .lnl- hira .. The I'i ;:4liiarn ;,v( illnient it- k.rowin oneasy ,vler the influx of Mormons into the Northiw.et prIlilnes. The efl'trt.s now h,.iin, mIIade in China for the icn.tracti, n of their own heavy guns prom ii. to, Ibe .ary s54'ce-sful. Bradlahuh. the intidlel English agita tor, stron1ly urges a sevenlt y-five per cent. Cut in ""The wa.-e.s of Queen Victoria." Russiai - sa:id to lixe farther behindhlland than aniy o,ther country in what are con- t sidereal the reqluisite tool. of the trade of war. J.apan.-e lIadlies ref4use to ad,,t foreign dre.s. al the Frencthmt:an who was im ported t:, lreall P'.lris f:ashions has gone home. According to a German: military j...

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. — 28 September 1889

AN OSTRICH FARM. ter The RAISING THE GREAT BIRD ON tak CALIFORNIA RANCHES. if t but the sow the Rapidly Growing and In- wi1 teresting Industry is Conducted.- lir General Utility of the Ostrich. get It is not generally known that the in- SJ1 utstry of ostrich fanrming plonime's to , bteoine a gr.eat one in the Unitedl $tatt's. I:nt the last u:litual report of ll the tern etarv of Agria'uitulre gives stlno vahluble and very intcrestin; infornma- da tion on the subl'ct. Several great os trich f:artns are now located in Southern 11 ('ahtornia, n,.ar Los A gelos end San t D)it'eg, nlli visitors to that region are tlil urplris.'i to see large tioups, of native inn nid acciiuatled strihes. Ameris has her for many yea.urs inulerted half of the oul millions of ostrich feathers raised in South Africa, and sollle years ago, it - fo r aurred to lDr. ('harles .1. Skctelily, who11 was, before the Boor wars, one of the th large-t ostrich farmers in Africa, that if is 1 ostrichs c, uld 11 lneteess...

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. — 28 September 1889

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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. — 5 October 1889

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER.: Albert Bienvenu, Editor and Proprietor. George Eastin, Publisher. . JUSTICE TO ALL. l.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. OCTOBER 5th. 1889. Voi.. IV. No. 33. The Weekly Messenger. 1Published Every Saturday. 11Y EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. S7 ubscription $100 a year in a: v.mce Al)VERTISING ItATES. srpACE. I i 2 Ill 3 Iu (Is Ills y - ----i--. --i--'-· One inch... 1 3) 2 5,0) 300 500 800 'Two inchles.. 2i4 34)0 45º $SIN)' 1400 Three inches, :; N) 4.:0 5. 0 1000 1800 Four illhll 4 4400 5 )0 6i. 12 50 2200, Five iunches. : 4 ti .O 75)0 14 10 2611i Six inche+... dilt:) 750; 8 50(1600 3)10 One clunnu 13 0; 24000 2400 4500; 7500 Tratsient adver:tiseuents, 75 Cents per .nch for first insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Official or legal advertisements, $1 per 1 inch for tirst insertion; aUnl 30 cents for each sulbseluent insertion. :"llrief ecomlnuanications il1(on subjects of public interest...

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. — 5 October 1889

tse tUtdklp ltsetnger. Published Weekly -AT St Martinsville, L a. -Y- EASTIN t BIEIIVEIU. Quinine i.. , l,.,ateI to Lave added two ye.trs at .e ~et to the l.fe of civil izedl mian. secre::ry I.:.,- i , icurryv.un up the C buildingig ,f th: iv.id vesscels authorizy 1 by cont t-. Aroucel Iby the -uc i'ts o,f se,ine of her c sisterý, Wyoi:intr, like li~',o, is be colinicg anxiousll for statehool. 1 The New York 1Jf,aedl dle.:tres th::t Americans have cale io ,ec a-h:Ilnlle of their cxhil,it at th. l':rik E.xosition. The gouvcrnor of M31. hii _ :et;i :2.75 per day, while tii uac.es f th j:mc:tor tl of the ealitol amount to ; fr'the same tl period. ti At the prsi.:,t zaite of redemption, it ýi is estin.a', d that the entire bonde,1d ,lei, of the United tate, wiil be paid in nine n years. ft Merchant, in the IIlaytian trade think m the victory of IIyppolite marks an era of s commercial prosperity Letween this fa country and IHayti. of - -- -th In a charity fair recently held in Vi- in e...

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