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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 18 January 1890

NAMING THE SHIPS. How Titles Repeat Themselves in the Navy. The Naval Department Un moved by Superstition. The approaching launch of cruiser No. 5, sa;s a VWa,hington letter to the New York Sun, has brought to the navy de.prtnment a curious remons trance against formally fastening upon her the name of Sin Francisco, on the ground that it is unlucky for a sea going ship. What is most singular is that this suggestion comes from the Pacific coast, which as a whole is tak ing pride in the honor proposel for its chief city; and all the more because the first vessel built by the Union Iron works for the government received the name of an Atlantic sea-board city. Even were the notion more widely shared, the Navy Department would hardly lend itself to propping up super stitious theories especia:ly to the detri ment of a city. It would quickly get into hot water on the subject, and on every occasion of wreck., either in its own service or in the merchant marine, might be forced to go through...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 18 January 1890

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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. — 25 January 1890

THE WEEIKLY MESSENGER, Official Joumnal. JUSTICE TO ALL. . sj.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. IV. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATrDAYI) , JANUARY 5th. 1890 No. 49. --i mm I • . ... . • I m  l g i D I H • H I | l miiI i| ai The \Veckly Messenger. P'uhi.-hd, Eirý .Sit!urday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor atIl l'riopritor. " Subscript i $1 00p a 3Lar in advance. AI)V EIUIi.- 1 Nt IHVITES. SPAC'E. 1 ti "2 I. a 1 11, 6 Ilnls l y 7-". ~ ~ ~ --  -'--- - . . . One inch... 1, ', l I) 500 800 'rwoinucht. _27, :-I I 5,1- $00 1400 rhreeinehe :i t ,, 1, :. :. 1000 1800 Four inch.s 'J I I, :n i ; 5 12.50 '2200 Five inchet 5'.'T .,I 7 .57 1400 2600 "ix incheb.. i; 7 ,- so :,I 1;00 3000 -'Jnecolunl. 15I., 2.0 o "1 101 15 0017500 TransiZnt al\.riit'. ln, 75 cents per .nch for tirst inurtion; 530 srts for each subsequent insert 0lol. otfcial or Irl.Al I . i ierti.ment.s, $1 per 14 inch for first i~l. ii: . oid .50 cents for each su~leIt r. ,. t7'Brief eunis:i , ,A. pon subjects .3f public intr':. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 25 January 1890

ll)e tUcckil) tlics nuner P'l !LI.l II I EEKIY l.V ALBERT BIENVENU. Seventy m ,lolu doll;-s 1:1 ILold has gone abroad from the United Statcs this year-most of it on ccoLunt of the Paris Exposition, it is believed. The Argentine Repub:ic's immigra. tion for this vecrr will reach 370,000. This is too m:: :y to be properly assimi lated and the southern republic is likely to have a very grave question to settle in a few year;. Mrs. Lydia Drake recently died at Rockport, Il., aged 97. She was a descendant of Sir Francis Drake. She had fourteen children, 120 iving gr-at grandchildren and eleven Qrcat great grandchildren. London cor)ners are at length begin ning to raise a protest against the hold. ing of inquests in public houses. A more horrible custom, or one more re volting to the relatives of the deceased, it would be difficut to imagine. In Great Britain the quantity of coal dust remaining unemployed annually is ca:culated at 28,00J,009 tons. Vari. ous methods have been attempted to ...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 25 January 1890

A DANGEROUS SPOT. Where the UTnited States Navy Stores Its Gunpowder. Big Magazines on Eilis4sland in New York Bay. More than one hundred tons of gun pdwder arc stored in three magnzine, on a small isian l in the bay but two miles from New York City and within eight hundred yards of the Communipaw docks at Jersey City. The island is known as E lis Inland, and is three acres and a half in size, with a rough, rocky back on all sides. It has been in use as a powder depot for the Navy Department for nearly thirty years, and all the buildings on the island, of which there are eleven, are of plain, old-fashioned appearance, although they are said to be still sound and good for many years' future ser vice. The main buildin is circular in form and is built cioso to the water's edge on the northern extremity, facing New York. It is a somewhat strag gling-looking building from the out side, being irregular in height and painted a bright yellow; but inside the i greater portion of the 100 tons...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 25 January 1890

(ur Cotton Seed. 'Atlanta Constitution] When Mr. Edward Atkinson. of Bos ton, ealno to atlantta ten years ago and told our people about the value of cotton seed, but few people believed what he f;I1. lfter ,i"m--ilºg the uarious uses this little product could be made to serve, he said that if the New England people had a plant that would yield only the seed that we get from the cotton plant, and could make the same amount per acre that is made in Georgia, not count ing the lint at all, they would get rich from it. This was a startling statement, but the various uses of cotton seed and its products are daily increasing, and there is no telling how much there real ly is yet to be developed in it. At the time Mr. Atkinson made this statement there was not a cotton seed mill in the state of Georgia, and but one or two in the whole south. This was on ly ten years ago, and there are now over the south a dozen large mills, and in numerable small ones. One mill that we know of, on an inves...

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. — 1 February 1890

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER, Official Journal. JUSTICE TO ALL. . It.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. IV. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY ISt. 189. N. 50. .. ...... i _ +_. :_._ _ ... _ == u . . . ..m I i i m m m m m m m m m u m n m The Weekly Messenger. Published Every Saturday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. "75Subscript ion $1 00 a year in advance. ADVEILTIsING RATES. SPACE. I Im 2 nis 3 Is 6 msI ly --- -- I -- -~-/- One inch.. '150 230) 301 500 800 Trw Ihnches. 0 :351.30 450 (800 1400 Three inches 31 4 4)5 ;4)0 100 18]00 Four inchic 4 0)' 35 0 ; 5 12 50 22 00 Five iiche5. 300i 0 7 :) 14 00: 2100 tilx inrahe~... 48)Oi 750: X830 16 001 3ioW) One colu;Ini 1 0I0 2000 2400 4500 7300 Trransienlt advertiselments, '"3 cents per .nch for first insertion; 30 cents for each subsequent insertion. t Official or legal advertisements, $1 per I 1I inch for first insertion; and 50 cents for reach subsequent insertion. tIlrief communications upon subjects of public interest so...

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. — 1 February 1890

Ic lUectklh flessmn cr 11 HI'I.ISHEl) , EEKIXY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. The new tnited stalt' S Itottoat stllml are to he one-eighth smaller than the reseut one.. SWyvomiu.g ap:wars to Im the only Ter ritory which i. likely to rnme into thi Uniont with woman stlfrage is a part ,t its organic law. It has twen adopted - a part of the hill of rights of :he pro It is lprIIl .ll t Ibring it a bill at tht ntxt if --ion of th,. British P1arliament to put : re.t r:int ,-n improvident marriagel, the grcat Ip"",rtion of i 1i-h malrriage being marnt by thI- ' unlder twentv-live years of .Ize. An original .geniu writesCt t tel New York W;,ril tha: the lickinkg of IOstag,: staims can Ie .voidcJd Iby licking the upper right haul1 corner of an e'nvelnlo', then place the stamp on th moist plauce and press it dlown with :t blotter. Emperor William, of Germany, is much ispleased with th the models sub. mitted to him for a monument to his grandfather. William 1. He has said that not ,ne of them deserves...

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. — 1 February 1890

CATCHING, CODFISLH. 0ow an Extensive Marine Busi- f ness is Carried On, Experiences on One of t." Boats Which Make Hauls. On the right and left of the fisher. man, as he stands at the rail, are pegs driven into and extending some two iaches above the rail, writes Edward Wiggins in the Lewiston (Me.) Journal, t in an article describing a trip he took on a Yankee vessel that started out to estch codfish. These pegs are the "pull bobbles" for the lines to ran against. A small cleat is attached to the bul wark to which the line is made fast, each man having two lines, one at each hand. A small pen or ''kid" is built against the side of the vessel near each man's fishing berth, into which the fish are thrown when taken from the hook, and a larger one called the "gurry kid" is built amidships for the reception of the offal from the dressing-down tables. Two large butts are lashed to the bul. warks amidships, into which the cod livers are thrown, and left to 'try out" of their own accord, ...

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. — 1 February 1890

Police Jury. Extra Me~tina of the Police Jury of the Parish O of Nt. Martin, held January 20th, 1e0. i. Tih,, meeting was called to order at 10 o'clock A. M. Thel. roll was called and the following named r nmters answered to their name: Hon. F. A. I)uclhamnp, Pres., and Messrs. avoy,  . Germain land Ledoux. Absent: Mr. ('has. (Guttekunt. Th1 minutes of the last meeting were read and 'H n: proved after thus corrected: Hiethene Zeringue as drainage ('ommissioner for the 4th ward East of Bayou Teche in place of Sosthene C'ourville and Joen Damee, to he Iatl ()verseer for the 5th ward, west of lBayo '1eche. in place of A. K. IRoy. The first was subdtivided into nul districts N andI te Rotaul Overseer appointed as follows: I1 Iot Ward. West of Bayou Teche. It road district, from upper line of Iberia Par ish to the lower limit of the ('orporatism of St. Martinville-road following Teche -Arthur lab. tI, Overseer. 2nd road district, from the 'or,oration of St. Martinville up to Bayou Tort...

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. — 8 February 1890

'THE WEEKILY MESSENGER. ()tficial Juri . JTSTIC T() .ALL. - S1.c Per \;car, In,"'ri.ily in \ddvaiincr . V° L. IV. Sr. MARTINVI Ii,, LA.. vx'i iDiv. v, FI:,i,.xiv Sth. 18'90. No. 51. ALEERT E ENVL'AU, lit ii .. . I 4i- :fl . ',1' ' t ',. i ". .4 44411 14 ;IlI15 ((I;,',.I i) " Ill ' ... " . , . 1 1 44 1 5s P4 l'wvt i in i -. --' -, :,' i 1, ) 1-14 (N "i'i,'h eeint - ; . I . .1- 3-, : 11 Ill "I)i N V'4iIour iv'I' 1I'+ 3u r, 12 50 22 01) Six ir. ih . 1. II , 11 :,41 I)I '()B t t 111.1111 I:11,'2'1 1", -1141 1:1111) -0t N0 .111ch for t irt i4 ,-. , t , 1. ,,1 .it., for .ach Sutl , qul'nt i1", It. . ,a . Ollicial or ;,,. .,1 rl, " : ,'i 1-l$ r rt jl% inlc io lii, 1 . t i; i. . aridt : c nts al r 1 1'lrie ,, ,a; ,ty t ,, lla cjl ctls f pu li i ,.111 , fi. .4' I .. ,I , ; at 'lituII 'vill be ,iv4 . I,, .t: .1mu,". !, It 1.s. 1)u. C. IB. S\ I)IIRS, I 11 1 1 - I .1 1, 11- I .. 1) '('t n.n-lhation ill I:uE li-h. Fr"'ech -:td S.Gerian.u N. II. Inquire, : 1.:11 '- llruig.tore. YJllice 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. — 8 February 1890

4llt tUcckhll itlcs cinncr. 'PUBLIS.HED % EEKLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. A An invention which may revolutionize discharging fircarms consists in tiring the cartridge by electricity. It pays to have a pedigree. Ilorseflesh sold in three couintie of Kentucky the past year iclhdel $,Ou(.000iOU to the farum crs. It has been calculated that if the United State: cruiser Texas should be constructed according to the present de sign, si:te would Ie sixteen inches further under water than the plan; contempl.tte, thus rendering a gre:at palrt f her :aralor a uslclc- burnhln. ,Vhen: the vIouthfi1 rul ru of the Chinese Empiri. was c:nipClled to marry a cer tain d.tbluhter of a h:iulh a.ste nobltlti:n recenti , he kickcd i::ot vi gorouiy., but his rox:d nmam na l1 -ik: 1 :1ti1 wVa sue ce-.ful. Now ti little ftel w il.t, a- serid hi, lrcr ati te itlla l iw ' Vi ht( ltu tl" rfuse to see either hi, Illtti.L" or hir wife. A (Geri..n s, ictist ipropo. s to deter mine by imea:n- ,f photoitra:ltph if the m...

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. — 8 February 1890

VELL-PAID PASTORS. arge Salaries of Prominent New York Clergymen. he Financial Status of Their Various Parishes. Tire -calthiest single church organi .tic, <a this side of the Atlantic is the Trinity corporation of the Protest at E:, c")pal Church, New York city. Itembr:c 3 old Trinity, at the head of sa::;:- et, and ei.ght parish chapels S:. P~ai', St. John's, Tr'inity chapel, . A'u1t-tine's, St. Corneliua's, Zion Chur.·h, Z. o Chapel, and Trinity C'urcL:, ' rr:sania. To support these the:,c::. there are ample funds. The inco!.:a cf the corpera'ion is between 175,y,,.) and $'00,000 ) a year. Yet th:s aurcunt does not ad,u :te'ly repre sent tat corporation's capital. A large porti)a of its lands were leased long ago, we:n i ro; cry was not as v.luable as at prescat. The leases were to run ninety nine yver. When they expire the in come of the Trinity corporation will be double what it is now. Dr. 3Iurgan Dix is the rector of old Trinity, an I exercises a general super-i sion or,...

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. — 8 February 1890

The Old Doctors Ire b uhi I. , ,,rn tik'."rs eiaree it ; h"le the i '.e ',l ,]td t htnl f,,r A,''tra ti\'s. It i< ,.c V'l tl .wtn that !,ost di1 a"".. i ar . , , n11 t to ,', r-a.l llllla nl e, but t.. np vr. t. of tih 1:1 ,.i1l ; aI il it is qual l .i y \ ' I , that no dblo, uindi i- i I. ci- arri.tU as Ay'er' Sar.aljariiL t. t" I) fll t I ;" , r, ,lrn h a l a t large sco ýý breal 1. . \VI W applio. I , H l , ,, " . f : a . h i l, , t lh i n kd i th ..ure . i .-i - ,,rt.v l L. l lt it grei ,rti \W , ..:1 i hi " hl,,I y e ia'it i i,. and tere s,. IltL , t a il iA . satl'e i'a ldiciln Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Recommended .bove all ~ Lw. ' r , -, 'I it w ith m ar c l,, l u . Th1~ . . l• I aleh, anm h .alth n "! . .nr ,i th ral ,ully returt d." r. J. C.r. Aye ; & Co., Lwetr, Mass. "gI lithl A\ cr' t'.itr-,itl i ar: to }r anl ;lwior':i'"i,• nF V f, . r the cor,, of ti di . ,f usiektits, "t I priotn Ia.l and tl !idet . "' W , ha\,t 1.1 .Il 'll. . s- p art apal rilla It re for 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. — 8 February 1890

THE WEEKLY. MESSENGER. ()fficial Jr urna;l. J U ST IC E i F ( A L L . } 5$ .oo Per Y t r, Iu\variall y in A dvani ce V .. IV. Sr. M.ARTrINVILLE, LA. S I uL .\i , II.FEIUA 8th. I890. No. 51: II IIII II III I IIIII I I I. I I II / IJ II I I I l • II 'Tih \Vcclly 1,: s' ner. ALBERT BE!ENVENU, Edit nr anl i I r. tr. i[ý-.1 b riliti l .1 ! ' ,t ' . i!" .,d\ 1 ri,. I AiI:. I) V n i':l i' 4,]; . ' '. F'c i ii. il i T. ..; 1 .LT i. 4* I'14c E. I ill 2 ill- ; l 1 "ll 1wo i tn h-. I l4 ' , ,t, . II ; I ) MI  1 '4lIhre' i 1i. 1 ,,_ ; i 24 .44 I.-) 'i 44 1100 alivi inj h. , -. I - l - 4, " , 7 i. ' ll I HI1 TIR. Ci . It, S.\\I) L S, !.n h fo r first ll, ii ., lt ::l ;., l, "I r 4 e 1c1 S pu~icie i tr,- . r'ii;e :.ir -.i l i lN ltl d tiolt. r nill be -i en t " " t . I1: , ,n i t, r;. S7l R1 y.I-.(l ' I I s .4 1 ,I l.R, PHIY$1(IE. N1l11 TI _L\1 VHECTIITE. 'Consultati o n S lris, . I'' , nl and, N. i . I ll luire a:t l a: ,' l , tr i.ttore. Untce at residence, ar lailral dot. de Uic ly r. ,...

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. — 8 February 1890

Inc tIccthtl2 ,ltlenctlr . PI'BLIIHEI) %1EEKLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. /An invention which may revolutionize discharging fircarms consists in tiring the cartridge by electricity. It pays to have a Iedigrce. horseflesh sold in three counties of Kenitur:k the past year yieldedl `3,000,(t00 to the farm crs. It has been calculated that if the United States cruiser Tcxas should be constructed awrd ting to the present de sign, she would hIe sixteen inches further under water th:an the plans contemplate, thus rendierinii :a great part of her arIaot a lsei.-s bur, 1i. Whe:: the ouetlhf;l ruhlrof the Chinese Einlpire was ,nipiel!ld to marry a cer talin dalghlter c, a hi h ca-te iotbleiman recently . hkick.il itt , i, ,rou-ly. but his royal Ininetna p'rsiht', .I.ntl vas tn' it.ssful. No\\ the little filiw irit a- s,,rted hi' lir rta,:tivc and he v, ,e.emently refu.e, it) see either h lllnother or his wife. A (;: _rlati s:itiii-ui !irolo1c to deter mine Iby mean_, of photo,.,rahy if the nmoon is...

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. — 8 February 1890

ELL-PAID PASTORS.I rge Salaries of Prominent New York Clergymen. he Financial Status of Their Various Parishes. The wen!thiest single church organi (atio'~ n this sile of the Atlantic is the T:.::ity corporation of the Protcst in: Ep , p)11 Church, New York city. Itcmibr:,ci old Trinity, at the head of Tai', street, and eight parish chapells . I':.uIs, St. John's, Trinity chapel, St. Agu:Stine's, St. C'orneliuu's, Zion Church, Z.oa Chapel, and Trinity Churdi:, M31rr:sania. To support these church::, :here are ample funds. The inm cf the corporation is batwcen t759, 0r and $iO),'t00 a ye :r. Yet this aL: ,::3.t does not alc;i'ilte'y repre sent t:e  )orpor:tioun's cap:tal. A large portion of its lands were leased long ago, wlen I rl3 crty was not as v.luable as at :ese:::t. The leases were to run ninety nine year;. When they expire the in cnme of the Trinity corporation will be Jouble what it is now. Dr. Mlruan Dix is the rector of old Trinity, at: I exercises a general supcrvi ...

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. — 8 February 1890

The Old Doctors Drew lodhil, lnlern doctors rclanoe it hen,.et l- to r ri a .,,i l.i.oani. fr A\l:. t a t iv e s . I t i s l . w n n .l l k ,v n t h a:( n * , dlti ra s sv "re d u ,,, n , ,t t ,o u re -.tiL n u la n e , but to im pl. n ,:t, ,,f th . Il;,..1 ; and It is einally u.tl - a: ,' , ,t- ! .l thJ at lno hl ,d metdi tie is so cli tiirums as Ayir n Sariipali li. " O t ," of tnv , I iblr, n hail h large Afre btreak .,.t t- . o i . We a!pp-liL ,imph. i. ,i n .. f,,r wa hill., thinking ilte ,ore" w,,li -iI ly h1 .1l1. l B t it grew wr \'. V ., h It :' i li tl aldvi ,. attl weri ltohl lh;iit an ai! vrtattv undiaine iwas ns a.g .%, :' S.arsaaliilla Recommended l.oivei all ,ihi 'r1., w " ul ii, it with naIr v lrr Ii r i inl . Th 1 i healed 1 a ,li health al ll .itrn.l it r.tilly returntl d." - J . . . A rm -tr < . '. r, 'r, T e x a s . " I flt Ayi ii n :n , n l .. .! to ,e au adW ira: lerr r.i. I l.r tI . , in! ,f 1, .. .1 di, ai.'- I s,", t, i-• v. and tt abu. ; ! work eci r...

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. — 15 February 1890

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. ..-- ....--- - .---.-----.... Official Journal.. JUSTICE TO ALL. s$1.oo Per Year, Invariably ii Advance. V L. IV. S'r. M.,r'INVILLt , .LA. Ar L iv, i utm v 513th. 1890. No. 52, The Weekly Messenger. Published Every Saturday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. '3?Subserptioa $100I a year in advance. ADVERTISI)W RATJE. SPACE. I , 2 l1 3 ms 8 sn. I y -- ---I -.-..- I One lu... 1501 250 3001 500 800 'wo inches. 2350(1 3501 43 ) 80 14 00 'T'hree i. n ies 3 (M! 4 501 50.0 1001 00) Four inches 4 00 50; t 50 12 30 222M) Five inches. ,( 5001 ( 50 " 14 10 261i0) mix inches.. 61i4l 7501 50, 1 00 11o )0 one co.lanm 15001 2000, 2400. i 00 300 Transient advertlscnents. .5 0e.it per .nch for first insertiou; 50 cents for each lsubseqtuelnt 4imertion. Olicial or legal advertisemrentl. $1 per Il inch for lirst insertion; and 50 cents for each subsequent ilnsrtion. JBrief oomnuunications upon subirets of public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous le...

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. — 15 February 1890

I 'lI.I.' tl'-t -iJ'il, i11, ALBERT BIENVENU. d.ioine one eostint.iLt that _. tti:i.h ,rD eoets the lpeople of the I nit-,l Stttes 2f.25.000.)1)0 annually; ,cttin :;ntrried l, e300,000; ,etting buried, i. 75.0 ,,0. The news clu:nn cof the new.pailers daily contain par.tiraihs. one or + ,Jral, Concernin, disastsers and missini ship at -se. T'lhe roll of ma:rinue di-iaster thi: 'fall is a very serious one. There wa:s a tine, and that not ver? long ago, when abiout oneC-thirl the British army were Iriihmen. It i-,other wise now. The annual report lat,'ly is sued by the co:mmiander-in-Chief shows that the ratio of EnItlishmen in the arm': is about ten to one compared with Irish. men. A few months aio a London club a,1 ve -*;sed for a f ,e r ,etary. MSit hunlir, i canlidaites appli I. The list inclute i I Sradluats, of t)f)rd :nI Ctambridige, barristers, doctoir,, schoolnasters. so licitor., architects, and a wholle rinvltem'nt made up from all arms of Her Majesty's military and naval ...

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