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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 5 October 1889

ALT MOUNTAINS. range Story of Captain Mellon of the River Colorado. flics of the Prehistoric Man Discovered in the Salt Beds. Captain .T. A. Mellon, one of the old dwhite s :tlers of Fort Yuma, A. T., rbolived in Yuma two years without ji g a whitc woman, and who com tpded the lirnt ste.Lmer, the Gila, that or went u, the Colorado River to the path of tie Virgin, is at the Lick, ring a:. ivt "l lately, says the San phncisca L-'E,,mi.'r. Few piuoners in any land have had -strange experiences of Captain IMel . 'It is over 23 years, now," he a since I wcnt to Fort Yuma, and b changes I see in San Francisco sur pee me. "lHave I been running on the Colora lRiver all this time? Yes, and let -,say that there are stretches of hun beds of miles on that river that are less Gown than the heart of Central Africa. 6e go up there to get salt. There are pst mountains of salt up on the Vir. which is a tributary of the Colorsa o, each of which is larger and higher isa goat Island. The salt is pure 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. — 5 October 1889

A Bogus \Vonder. We publishell last week an article from the Picaylne rielative to the curative and miraculous powers or the little Albert timnmone:ux, aged 7 y.ears who it is al lege hadhad effected some wonderful cures which createdl quite a sen-ation, but the following front the Donaldwsonville Chief will considerably ealn the sensation: The Chief is making some inquiry into the minraculous cures alleged to have been effected by Albert Simnoneanx, the "little doctor" who profe.aes to restore "tlhe lame, the halt anld the blind" and to llanish all manner of disease by a mere application of saliva and the "layinlg onI of hands" to the affected parts of his patients. We have been unable as yet to ascertain a single well authenticated case in which the so called marvelous child has acconplished a cure, but have learned of more than a dloz'ln complete failures on his part to benefit afflictted persons who subjected themselves to his treatment and whom he declared his abi lity to resto...

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. — 12 October 1889

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Albert Bienvenu, Editor and Proprietor. . George Eastin, Publisher. - JUSTICE TO ALL. - $1.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATURDAY, OcTOBER 12th. 1889. VI.. IV. No. 34. The \VWeekly Messenger. Published Every Saturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. p"Subscription St 00a year in a vance AD)VEITIISING RATES. SPACE. l in 2nas;3uis. 6nasly --- -.-l.J One inch... I )i 25)I 300 500 8 Two inc'hes. 2.d, 3 30, 4 I 8 001400 1 Three inches 309 450 550 1000! 18)00 Four inches, 4 00i 5i0 0i 12.50122 00 Five inches.. N0 6W 750 140012600 Six .,ches. l I 75 8" 5 1600 300 One columnn 15 001 20 o00 24 00 4500 75y 00 Transient advertisements, 75 cents per .ach for first insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. OMcial or legal advertisements, $1 per 41 Inch for first insertion; and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. a7'Brief communications upon subjects of public interest solicited. No attention will ...

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. — 12 October 1889

"lc Rtlckll ifcss ng er. Published Weekly -AT St Martinsvlle, L a. -BY IASTIN t BIENVENU. Fifty millio: no,r are added to NCew York city's t:IIabll, property this year. It i; proposed :,ow in Prance to sub Stitute 'lath by clecri' ity for the guillo tine. The Iast .t vsyndii:cate is one organized to ins lb:ie all the glass works in the country. Caunea will soon have :an independent Atlknti, cablk to Englaind.the $2.000,000 required having Axing nearly all sub scribed. Okl:shonma was an unsettled wilderness but a iew week: a.,go, yet it managed to have the bigc:t Fourth of July accident of the year. Over 20,000 French people have been Induied to etuigrate to the Argentine Republlic, and about the same number would ine awfully glad to get back to France again. Thr, daily consumption of crude and finished iron, of cheap dry goods and of E shop and mill products generally, is growing with amazing rapidity in all the Western and Southern States. Dr. Felix L. Oswald predicts in the Yortr ...

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. — 12 October 1889

fREAKS OF LUCK. PECULI.IR CASES PROBED BY A SCRIBE. _n C;erk Stopped From Stealing Sa p.". 'iar Ar:angniment of Mir -A Strangely Deliberate Sui -.. ".:'rk to th ' ('iniinnllati lh-l bt"':ý,' e of its eXl.it nliturle. Did rs ra', 9i, matter how g;lNl, have --her ' Inln i ll y il his o. s .i"si,t, lt. a-t a the th,,ua.hit of stealin , iy Ili.to his h ':o , I . o Icr i, is : rious i thin g,"' said of i:vrn: tis' l-.st dhte'tives. "Let tell NIh :t I o1.15e S.aw. l1 ias shadow s lan ' chier t on ai Wsteru railroad! Ii. aul a haitdha containing emp' yr's treasure, and was tempt 1avan unsth it. The cars rolled , di n fromt t'he Ih eky Mountains t of I tenver for hours. Tomn toiok ind ing a tinte-table, in whith- he that a westward train wotuld uniet pass thi, easttwad train at Mirage. nt, it . Ho put the qiestion mllae ito himilse f, and answered that it t nothing whatemer to him. But srt ,t: to think that, if he wished ne tl:e gohl, a way to do it was to thi- tin, at Mirage and get alb...

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. — 12 October 1889

The Natchitoches Review enio ans interesting article as follows, which will ptt at rest the troubled imagina tiou of onme of our Regulators: As far as reading accounts of race con flics. to-called, effecting our judgment, as a journalist, we must beg our frend to renember that we have been, as an individulal, a participant in something like that in times past. We have no fear, from our experience in asserting that the neguro ron't fight:! We have seen --th sept., 191U--- 4:1 Texans whip Ic4,N c drilled,. armed and equipped negrds, otlhcered by white menl and that in .hi ,minutes. We have seen Sept. 21, 197., live white hoys. none over 21 years of age, whip :AtI armed negro men in less than live niinutes. From this our friend B ttle cali judge just now much stock we take' in this "race conflict" -tuflt going through the rounds of the presy. FOeR DVsI'EPMI.% I'.e Hr.wn'* Irte litterm. it'hylstren ' reatmiUI'ltI it. All d.u'di.rb k"e.p it. i 1 o per I ottle. 6;genuine trawlc--mark ad,...

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. — 19 October 1889

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Albert Bienvenu, Editor and Proprietor. George Eastin, Publisher. s JUSTICE TO ALL. .oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Official Journal. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. AT.\LRDAV, OcToul;:E 19th. 1889. V'o.. IV. No. 35 I--- I I I l II III I I • I•II II II IIII I II IIIiI I I ll l The Weekly Messenger. Publhshed Every ~aturday. EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors an'ud P'roprietors. 7-Subscriptiol $1-u1 a )ear in : \auce ADVEIVlsTIN(; IRATES. SPACE. I in 2 rIn i3 :lal "; ,nls I F One inch.. . 1 :Al 31M) o: t (N) Two inclhe. .2 :AI : 34 4 50 I (Mi 1 (IN) Three iunche 3l N;I 4 ",li 5)0 10Nlot1, J I INI Four intc-he 4 (iY .7 ; 6 .50 12 .0i 22 10l Five inche-. Sti); ;A 3 7 50 14 N10 2(; IN) SiX itnches.. 4k) 7 .:) 8:)I 11;(10 34)00 One colutmn 15301i 2000 2400; 4 O00 7500, Transient advertisemeniits, 75 cents per :nch for first insertion;: 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Ollicial or legal advertisements, $1 per 11 inlch for first insertiont; and :40 cents for each subseq...

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. — 19 October 1889

jt U Ditl ltiddt lssmr. PubUshed Weekly -AT St Martinsville, L a. -.r- lASTIN BIIIE[NV U. The Samo-n conference was carried on In English. The National Greenback party is about to reorganize. Spain is arranging for an international celebration on her own soil. The Grant family have made $909,000 Out of the General's memoirs. Water is destroying more property than Are in the United States this year. The venerabie Mrs. Polk is now the only living widow of a President from the Southern States. The question of women sitting in county councils in England has been de cided in the negative. Both France and Great Britain lead the United States so far as exports to South America are concerned. During the first six months of the present year 1522 miles of new track were laid by the various railroads in the country. The question of leprosy in India is as suming a serious character. It is reported that a British brigadier-general hasbeen sent home with the disease. Leading financial authorities...

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. — 19 October 1889

iHAIR SHEARERS. ' -- 'o pting the Peasant Girls of It France to Sell Their Tresses, a veling Cutters Who Buy et Numan Hair for the Trade. y' . wen' the other morning to the de i'tºuest, or western railway sta to s-e some friends off for Brest, t( whi:c there, says a Paris letter to c-New Orleans Pieytune, a commercial Si veler called my attention to a number o fmen taking tickets for northern Brit My. ,,They are shearers," he said, "not it lgp shearers, but hair shearers, or tl gher, to give them their business ap- a ' tion, they are coupers."' yes, they; were traveling hair cutters, d in about six weeks they will bring a ck a quant::ity of tangled hair, fair, ti chestnut, black or red, and it will not tl k very long before it is transformed f, ito chignons, curls and plaits, ready t ,adorn the noble brow or well-shaped c, bad of some grand lady. lappy these 1, Pasants who have white hairs because f, hie is ten times more valuable than ick nowadays, and I may say by the C way, that...

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. — 19 October 1889

\\hy There Was No C(onvic tion. Lafayette, La. (Oct. 1(. Scinl ti, the Picayvuune. The trial of Pe ter Olivier, for interfering at the May municiipad election, -.ich was tixed for yesterday but post l honed. until to-day, was taken upl this Ilrlning. Much interest was Imanifested in the trial throughout but contrary t,, general expelcts tion the state exhibited very little vigor in the plrosecutionll, atil rig lally failed in establishing the! imost salient points of the case. ()n the other hand the defense wtas conlductetd with all the ability characteristic of Judge I)ebaillon, who was well supported by Felix: \Voorhies Esq., of St. Martinville. The facts of tihe case did not Iear out tile charge. and defense cited the eats of incorporation of Is:;i; to lhow that the election held lest May was not legal, because it did not conform to the provisioins of the said neact to wit: That the election shall be held by the She ritll and clerk of court and not by three comlnmissioners appoin...

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. — 26 October 1889

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. SOfficial Journal. - JUSTICE TO ALL. - I.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. IV. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26th. 1889. No. 36. The Weekly Messenger. Published Every Saturday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. g7Subscriptiou $100 a year in a vance. ADVERTISING RATES. SrAcE. 1 ai 2 ms 3 m1 1 6 is 1 y One Inch... 1  2 .54 300 501 800 Two inches. 2 50 350 4 50 800 14 00 Three inuched 3 II 4 .0 5 50 1000 18 00 Four lnchesC 400 5530 0 12502200 Five inches. 500 650 7 1400 2600 Six inches.. 00 7 50 85016 (N I 3 (N) One colunan 1500 20 00 2400 45 07500 Transient advertlsements, 75 cents pwr .nch for irst insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Olicial or legal advertisements. $1 per 14 inch for Arst insertion; and 30 cents for each subsequent insertion. 07Brief communications upon subjects of public interest solicited. No attention will be give. to anonymous letters. For Ten Days Only. Vitalized Air! The only SURE, SAFE, and RELIA ALE...

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. — 26 October 1889

£lte Wctktg Ite megtpr. Published Weekly -AT St Martinsville, L a. -BY EASTIN BI EIEVEU. Buenos Ayro cuItejiluates hulding ia World's fair. -+ Tie white p"' pmlati.on of Texas increases more raq,itly th:tn the black. Filre. show that the sustaining limit of the globe, will soon be reached. Idaho Territory is actively bestirring itself in the matter of securing admissiun to the Union. Scientists >e ea to, be unable to decide whether die:nth by electricity is always painless or ,dot. It is estimated that visitors and ex hibitors at thei Paris Exposition will leave 2U00,000,.00)U in Paris. The la:'ge coal icids recently discovered in Toneluin. China. are expected to revo lutionize the shipping traffic in the Orient. i It is asserted that during the Exposi tion Paris shopkeepers have raised prices fully fifty per cent., but only to strangers. Owing to neglect on the part of the city government the city of Boston is without a Potter's field in which to bury her indigent dead. Paris pa...

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. — 26 October 1889

A FATAL RAVINE. b A Place in Yellowstone Park sin Where the Air is Poisonous. u1 snc The Bones of Many Animals St Found in the Deadly Gulch. to, the sqn Yc:!, w -t no Park there is a ra- in vine that proves as deadly to animal life cos Usthat Death Valley of Java, where wild tal beasts perish by the score," said Henrfy %I W. 1c.Iutyre at the Palace Hotel the mi other night. The gentleman was con- thi sected with the party who surveyed the we Mrservation, under the leadership of Ar. ,a aoid Hlague, the park geologist. While following the streams to trace the ex tinct hot springs the explorers reached a ravine in which the bones of many ani- Ai male, bears, deer, rabbits, and squirrels, laI were found. The presence of the re- a mains caused the party much wonder, to and a solution of the strange affair was on found only when a crow that had been I1 een to fly from the side of the valley to II a carcass that was yet fresh lit on its na prey, and almost immediately fell to the an grond....

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. — 26 October 1889

Progrcss Of Inventions Since 184 In the year 1I15 the present owners of the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN newspaper commenced its publication. anti son af ter established a bureau for the procur ing of patents for inventions at home and in foreign countries. Iluring the year 1b45 there were only 5r2 patents issued from the U. S. Patent Office, and the total issue from the establishment of the Patent Office, up to the end of that year, numbered only 4,347. Up to the first of July this year there have been granted 406,413. Showing that since the commencement of the pu blication of the ScIETIVIC AMERICAN there have been Issued from the U. S. Pa tent Office 402,166 patents, and about one third more applications, have beent made than have been granted, showing the ingenuity of our people to be phenome nal, and much greater that ever the en ormous number of patents issued indi cates. Prolbably a good Im3a of our readers have had business transacted through the offices of the S8cImrsrsI Ax ERICAN, i...

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. — 2 November 1889

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER, Official Journal. JUSTICE TO ALL. } sI.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance, VOL. IV. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. SA.'CRUDAv, NOv\EMBER 2nd. 1889. NO. . Th 1-.. . ....1.. r -. . The Weekly Messenger. Plublished Every Saturday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. Sbubscript ion $1 00 a year in a vance. AIDVERTISING RATES. SPACE. I in 2 nll 3 n In ; l ni y One Inch...I 5T 2 Soi 3:l1N :,oH) 8 00 Two inclhes.. 2 30; :35, 4. O' 80il1400' Three iuches 3:N) 4I 3$ 35Iii 151)0$, IN I) Four itnchesl 40 i 3.~ ' 5 (1.O 125 5)22 00 Five inches. ;I 5i s :dl 75 ! : 1 0 2 111t 81x ineh.. ( 0 7511 550 IiIm -':Oto One colun.u 1 l, 202100 t, 15,75 J Transient atdvertiseienmts, '~ cents i per .ach for first insertion; .S: cetnts for each uhseqaluew ihio t u. Oficial or l#.,al adlvertisemeIntl . $1 lwr t# inch for tirst insert iin,; .and :. cents fir I each subseoquent inllti ill. 07'Brief conllnnllllications plloll subjects of public ilterest .elicited. No attention will be given...

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. — 2 November 1889

Ilqe tUJcktp iezzengrr. I Published .oekly -AT St Martlnsville, L a. -BY EASTIN t BIENVENU. alt lished. F, n t*ct L'z..l j..:iui tbjto ' *iii' '[itt1, aI~tl ic.th~ie the ut-' tt:.ttoi 'I in .-. l ri . , r`t he c `' :1 n o III;. ý irl:" l c'':.i,1s la 1,.II~ I111 1, 1 1'. 11.1 1l1, C.~ it :. :. . ...1. I<: 1 , .;.": ,t:..::", I,1: II, - ,~ii i :.. St jL ,, ·: '' ,Ii-." 1,a' i ''r-. I .:., is 1'S W . t , it , 1 , i:. n' Iit i cttitl is lit t i%111 ' Ii " 1 , , I i 'nl h . , 4"::r .. i *t'h a 'o i titi n 1lak't:, lit 1 1i('e c.i it i\- n n vtri- ,ix pitat-lt : tii 1Itt"i' Mclttoistttt, :ttilI threie ill chia:i.iit" of itt 1irtati~t Ctii cmittees. Tlhen 1\i- a' .ill III etc -C to conifirmn the toler of Lilt- llli- lac: lihat pin-oln- iet nii iq if railway c"rarirugt door. ealititot i ?ovt·~·r ci:iiiu .r e'. 'lI' , : ln,ya. tire i ettlit to be 11~t11:1, i jit . .I .ii£it look out fr ?a":ii'.l. . 11",t o .f t lu'hrt-- citi< if El-u r1,1.1' i;ti i Itt:ýtv ":niA lltiis, flow~ Live tlt...

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. — 2 November 1889

E EASTERN POPE. ISplEN(I': WITH THE PATRI ACII lOF' JEitCSALEMI. court of Glory Outsllning the loP of Kings - TIh Patri aech' ,.)lipearaInce-SI range Court Fornaalities. have ju-t lh:il :i auoli'ence with one biehieht reli'iu.m f,ncti, ,naries of Orientia:l ,,r li. - ;. Frank ('arlin ns 1tL r ert, n .heru-.dem. The Pa h tf .,.--, h .,. ch( ar.c of the' h of thi IIoly Spiiilchre, and ar hal of th," r;r., 1k ('hurch in -yria. stie' andl .\'r:tti he i; to his p,"oph. popecf the l::-t. 'lTI. y;r, k c(hurtl tas ain ,b t 1t:'_.runUi tlll ]nltemllle'r. in a-:a ne11lr "l,.al to the pIo,ult oftl,' l th i;,,t St::,<. It h:l- 1b1t1t .K!.(pt in c;r.' . :anl Turkey. :o111 it J.,r Jrn- :,, ' tl i . !: i ,pow rful and rich-llt . u:,:rI't o (f :11 ts e l ,n fiin:ti r r ,r ., :t .,! fl, ra . There ;i i nl ..in t ein, I , , h" :h, l .1r1 in 'u,'h 1 land oilier. In thle trc·:avw of the Chorch it .l t.:", ,e re . i, re ilth ,.,Id . :r:d hi- ,'t "t ]!:It i- vt r.,I sign~ i, ,'hi ,ii:m ,,nn -. , rahl...

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. — 2 November 1889

Sherift's Sale .:, .. ' ! ,.isiana -Parish of St. Martin. -_ . ;:hiial Dlistrict Court. No. t.2*;i S -i;I:l Via. Aug. 1. Flelaing Swrit of ti fa i.uedl in the alrrve :.:n.rd -uit to mte direvted by I .J:dicial District C',ort in and . f ýf. .M1 rtin dat1 1 torber .:r:d I -" t 1'rI ntd will prooe4l to ell at IU .l-t and hithest hidder, at the St : I:: town ,of8t Martinvillo on .I¼ I) embe.'il.r 7th 188~! . ,I hours, the following dlescribed "I ,t with all the improvemente Siln te. crorr.tjin of St. Mar ,I , :.n iught) threne feet front on S"l'Tree lundretl and fifty flet in SI : N ,orth bIy the propwrty of Al . to.th by Frn ~lin Htret i Now l, by Mlnin Ste.t and West by I Te"'rms and conditions cash. - hit, ". h of t4ktelr. A. i). Ilse. i.\1H. i AIit MI.AL Sheriff 'iS::. That Stagger. I ,  ;~,neltr that Secretary' * ,' t invel, to anli explression t4 .. It Ii.s letter to Commis -it i :.;lr checking that offi " .;'' wild e, rier ,f "*husting -:Iu p1,,li,' as tt alrea * *Ira tiln. in...

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. — 9 November 1889

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Official Journal. - JUSTICE TO ALL. - lI.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Vol. IV. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9th. 1889. No. 38. The Weekly Messenger. Pu'llhsheid Every Satulrday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and l'roplrietor. T.;i ub.'ript ion $10 0 a year in advance. AI)VEIUTISIN. RAT.ES. M'r.lE. 1 In 2 s 3 1s (; n1 I y tin ine j-h... I i0 2. '),1 "0N 5!0NI 1100 'rTw incm -. 2_':1 3; :s 1:11. 5(0I 14 (t I Threr. nh.h.- :j 3 :I' 1 1 ) t)i 1NI ]N1 IN) Four illnhes 4110I : 1o *; 0 12411 22 110 Fiv,' ihl,' *'i . :111 4; :-o 7 d) 14 II 26 t0) One tliu;na 1I 0i. 211{t(I 211) 45100 7;;:W Tiiransllieint advertisllemlnts, c 3 cents per .ch ,lfl-r uirst insertion: 4) cents for each subse'qunent insertion. O(ticial or legal aihertisemenuts. $1 per I inri fCr liristj insertion; and i,0 cents for each subsequent insertion. "il'rief c',1nllunlica.tions u I i ,ll Subjects of public interest soihcited. No attention will Ibe given- tao anonyIous letters. Disease...

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. — 9 November 1889

B1 IDteklt flerssngtr. ' Published Weekly -AT St Martinsville, L a. -BY EASTIIN & BIENVEU. In Th N .rly two hundred thousand people in the Uniteld states are to-day wearing Th artiticial linls. This at least is the es tinate given by a prominent maker of these articles. Th. The ocean fraeight of this country for the last tiscal year amounted to $200,- u 000.000, and foreign ships carried all but i $20,000,000 of it. The latter, carried r by ships of of ur own, w:as mostly coating ri trade. "Fine thing-!" remarks the Cin cinnati A,'jElirr. One of the mnela:ters of the Finance 1I Committee of the, \Wtorll's Fair and aman of promnil:wnce ill N iw York Iu-intss cir cles saii: '".lthouhI I h:ve been ac- , ti.vly iotm re:,'l in ll-inti s here for a great many iLar-, LI lievr saw .lay (hiuld in Imy life u::til the a:i r a:y. I asur pri. ,I, in the lir-t pll:ae, to see that he was: gr:tay -haIth in leard and hair; and, in tilc s.cond place, that his health seemedl delicate to a pronou...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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