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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 7 August 1886

sI oo JUSTICE TO ALL. •. s oo. VOLUME I. ST. MARTINSVILUI. LA. AUGUST th. 1886. NUMnER 24. ___ ..- -- .-  . ..... . ~___. THE AMESENGER. Why We Advocate the Elec tion of James E. Eou ton Esq. Becausi he is an honest man; Because he is profoundly versed in the law; Because he will make an impartial Judge; Because he is a man of ound and firm convictions; Because his election will bring peace in the distrlct; Because litigants can depend on eases being speedily tried; Because, his election is demanded by nearly every white, and a great many colored tax payers, in this parish. Because the beach wil be honored by his occupancy of it; Because we sncerely believe, he is the most available man to down Mr. Fots lieu; and Because he is a gentleman with all that the word implies. We have other reasons, but these will sumee to show that he is deserving of the support of every Intellgent voter, white or black, who places any value on merit. gBoer on ice at 5 cents a glass at B. Audicert's. Th...

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 August 1886

BEER ON ICE AT B. AUIBETB THE MESSENGER. P'ubiasbed Every Saturday. BT EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietor. 7'Suhscription $1N00 a year in advance. A MODERN MIRACLE Little K llie Peas ts, a Child of 18 years, Who Declares that She Vl sited eaven bSe Decribee in Detail the Wemders mad Mysteries of the Abode of the Blessed. A Columbus im., Special to the l&e gyune of July 2Bth. says : On the tod. inst, your eorreepon dent said something in the Pieay e about little Mollie Peanigton, the 18 year old daughter of George Pening ton, at Vernon Lamaresunty,Ala. Basce that time reports of such unbounded ex citement reached me that yesterday I started from Columbus to the baoe of this "modern miracle." The road from Columbus is one of the roughest. Your correpondent found her in her little haut mong te pime three miles to the mouth at Veron. At terstatlg my mlsi toI her father I was shown into the rseem whe lttle ellie was seated unrremaded by er li te brothers a d ters, while ...

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 August 1886

BEER ON ICE AT BT AUDIBERT'S TIHE MENERAIEA (;A. l'"bb;hed Evi:ry i aturday. I'Y EASTIN & BIENVENU, Edirt(s and Proprietors. ADLVERTSING RATES. 4PACE. 31 UIn l_2_ 3 Wi 6 ul 1 yr. One inch... I 25 1 00700 Two inches. 225! 27) 3 2 1000 Three" inche 300 30 4 7 007 12 00 Four inche- 3754 4 4 75 850 1400 Five. inlt.c .' 425 475 525 1000 1600 its it h ew..' 5251 5 6251100 1800 O)u.:, C!.uIIII I 900; 90011000 150012500 Transient advertisements, 75 ocnts per inch for first insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. UOic.iai or legal advertisements, $1 per l; inch ,)r first insertion; and 50 eents for each subsequent insertion. 27Brief comnmunications upon subjects of public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. THE INFANT PROPHE TESS. A Description of Mollie Pen nington, the Child Evan gelist of Lamar County Ala. The Sort of People Her Faml ly Are and the flouse She Lives In. Increase of Public Interest in This Prodigy. - Columbus Mims., Speeial 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. — 7 August 1886

BEER ON ICE A}. B. AUDWB. THF I 4IESAE(,,ER. Pth itsh**d Every S:bturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU. ,titnrs and I j'rprrw , . fS/ !,5'rijptAi,,n iI ),) ; , .'a , :t'h anee. 075,000 IN "BOODLE." From gnod anthoeity the Town Talk ha - get somevery injter,4tirng new,that wl:l o of a startli:.g udture to many people itn Louislana. Me-t every one in the State knows what a hard fight was made during the recent seasion of the Legislature to in creas' the retail liquor dealers liense, and thereby wipe out many of the low aurd disgusting grog shops to be fourt in the cities, towns and many parts of the country throughout the State. Although many of the bet men in the recent Legislature. fought hard and per sistently to have the retail li quor dealers license Increased, they were defeated, hut it t,)k money and a good deal of It to do it. Ten thousand dollar., so we learn, was r.di.ted by the saloon keepers *of Baton I e and sixty five thousand dollars e:tmme from the saloon keepers of Ne...

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 August 1886

_ TIE WEEKiLPlI MUULiP, SI oo JUSTICE TO ALL. $s oo. VOLUME I. ST. MARTINSVILLE, LA. AUGUST 14th. 1886. NUsaER 25. THE JIE8SENGER. Our Candidate. In ear last Saturday's is me, we gave a few of the many reasnna that actuated ear advocacy of the candidacy of the oea. James E. Mouton for the Judge ship of this distrit. We then sbowed, to the tlstaemticou of al fair-minded me. we belyve, that ugly g could be truth fall told of him, and that he possemsed in an eminent degree every qualuleation to adorn the position to which we are advancing his ela.m With ameh geao material as we have In the distrit a better chiese might be made, but we may add, however, that we don't believe it. We are assured by those who boml know whereof they speak, that he will amt only receve the nearly unaulmens white vote of the parih, but that a great many eolered voter, among them leaders, are coming to his support--and that without the leat ert on hs part. Thefaet is, the Mouton bam is spreading like an unee o...

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 August 1886

BrER ON IC AT' B. AUDILBERTS, THE MEENiJGEAR. Publslhed Every Saturday. Bt EASTIN & BIENVENU. Edlitors and Proprietors. LCSubseriptkon $100 a year in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. sPACE. 1 mi2n ý$ l3 n 6m 1 yr. One lcnh... 1 2 u 2 54u 700 Two inches. 221 275 3 ' 6 1000 Threeluuiie 300 3 400 71 1200 Four inched 3375 425 47 8 1400 Five inches. 425 4 7 5 510 1600 8ix Inched.. 525 575 6 ~11 1800 One column i 900 900 1000 15002500 Transient advertisements, 75 esnts per inch for first insertion; 50 cents for each sabseque'nt insertion. Oficial or legal advertisements, $1 per 1] inch for frst insertion; and 50 cents for each subsequent Insertion. 07"Brief commuuiations upo msubjects of public interest solicited. Tio attention will be given to anonymous letters. The mesicanes have evidetly forgotten the leeson taught them 40 years ago, sad may need another trouncing to make them good aelighbsrs Perhaps however, if Uncle Sam should have eceasion to mend another military pnlie to the siste...

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 August 1886

BEER ON ICWE AT B. AUDIBERT'Se THE MESSENGER. Publwhed Every baturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, E.titors and Proprietors. t[7Su'scription $100 , year* in advance. Tlrv: r's Vows. When should lovers breathe their vows? When ,hould iadlieq hear them? WhetI the dlww is on the ooughs. When none e.s are near them; When the mun shitne cold and pale, \'ioten th hr.rl4 are sleeping, " i, is on the gale, ..' .C .uSP is weeping: ".a .h,' sta's are bright on high, tike hopes in young Love's dreaming, And gl u':*iug ronmd the light eloads fly. Like fears, to shade their beaming. The fairest smiles are thoe that live (In the brow by starli Oit wreathing: And the ips their richest incense give When the sigh is at midnight breathing *,h eoftet is the cheek's loe-ray Wh.'In seen by ,'onlight hours, Other rise seek the day, But blashes are night lowers. Oh, when the moon and stars are bright, When the dewdrops glisten, Then their vows should lovers plight, Then should ladies listen! L .L. The Wi...

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 August 1886

BEER ON ICE A'T B. AUDItRT. THIE IEA NE'NGER. Purlshed Every Saturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. r7rsulncription $100 a year in advance. IN SHE PLUNGED BOLDLY. No Matter How Coldly the Rough River Ran-A Girl Ruined and Deserted Seeks Death. I'nrequited love, despair and social tain drove Isabella Gilroan a not aunt tractive young girl to seek death at t30 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Four years ago liasella formed the acquaintance of a young man named Cohen Baamgardea. Each conceived an affection for the other, which ripened into a love which proved the girl's ruin. She was then but 15 years of age, artless and nnocent, aad she fell a willing victim to the wiles of her tals lover. Baumgarden kept her company for about three years, but then he tired of her and east her from him a wayward child wo ld a toy. She still elug to him and sought to win him baek, but she was powerless. She had lost the charm which alone could bring hig to her fet.. Finding all her...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 21 August 1886

STHEIIllLT 5 a188 8 1 st O JUSTICE TO ALL. $ o00. VOLUME I. ST. MARTINSVILLE, IA. AUGUST 21St. i886. NUMBER 26. m u um nm i in -e n mm m _nnnmnn nnnm n THE JlE8SENOER.I The Railroad and Politics. Judging from an article in last Satur day's Iberia Farmer, the railroad autho rities feel a little sore over the action of the Beard of Reviewers of Iberia parish, because the assessment of the railroad property in that parish is placed a little higher than last year. The railroad peo pie tried to have it reduced. but the mem bers, thinking that the valuation as axed was just and equitable, refused to accede to the request made. And benause of that refusal "It is reported" that the railroad people are "determalned to aid in the election of men who will be more lenient with them-both, at the coming speelal electiaon for the judgeehip and for representative in 19r." In this connection it affords us real pleasure to say that the railroad people have no hard feelings against this par ish. On th...

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 August 1886

BEER.R N ICE AT B. AUDIBERT'., l'.,l-i -,t 1 -v, ry :aturd .g. EASTIN & BIENVENU, EI;t, s alnd i'r',,prietors. T-ub1scription $1 00 a year in advance. AD)VEI:Ti~lNG( 1ATES. Pi'ArE. 1 I ni 2 In 3 Ims 6 1 yVr. One inch... I 50 2001 25101 4 01 700 Two inrches. 2 25: 2 5 3 'i 6 1000 0O Thlareinch"e..- 3:00, 3hi0 400 70 1200 Fourinche'I 375' 125 4 751 8 514(10 Five inchls.' 125 4 751 525' 1000' ~100 Six inches..1 525: 575) 62511100! 1800 Ouneeolumna 90( 90j 1000() 1500 2500 Transient advertisements, 75 cents per inch ftr first insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Oftliial or legal advertisements, $1 per 1i inch for first insertion; and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. (7Brief coniuunications upon subjects of public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. Getting Admitted. A young man dropped into the oflice of a Dakota lawyer and said: What is a habeas corpus? It is a kind of writ for-. That's all I want to know about it. Is a man...

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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. — 21 August 1886

BEER ON ICE AT B. AUDIBERT'S. Published Every Saturday. EASTIN & BIENVENU, E~;iors and Pronrietors. SSulbcrntion $1 00 a year in advance. A DEVILISH CONTRI iANCE. A Detective's Description of an Anarchist's Deadly Invention. A spyeial rmi Bnsin Mass. ays: Su peiuten:'n- Cornisa, of the Pinkerton ,bet.tio agency, turnihshes a long ex pone of the secret workings of the Anar- I chibs of Chicago, which he says have been thoroughly explored by the Pinker too fevce. Parsons, Mr. Cornish says, was on9 of the firm to acst a; a red-hot anarchist; he sona took Spies into hisl counciL While in Griefs saloons eae night Coralsh heard Mrs. Parsons make a viok at ..peech in which she advoested I burliro bomth at the residences of theI wv: ithy citizens of Chi ago. Spies told them that he h~ a better plan which was as fnlows : Let every man arm himself with a lt- I tie syringe fjust large enough to be eon ealed In the loseo hand. The pont of the syringe should be Just a emall and bfne asthatof...

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 August 1886

BEER ON IC0 AT B. AUDIBRT'S 1'Il,lsI.'l Every Satiurd.ty. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, E~litous ahil 1r'r .riLtt .:. ;u. ulription $1 0) a year in advance. A D.plorable Accident-Terri ble Death of a Somnambu list Under the Wheels of a Train. A New Iberia specinl to the Pioayune of Atugust 16th. , sys: A most shocking accid: nt occurred here this morning, re sitltiug in the deathor Mrs. Felix Brous sard nee Ernestine Patout, a member of one of the oldest and highest esteemed families of this parish. The ease Is en veloped in onssiderable mystery and this fact has given rise to greeat numbers of rumors and speculations, ninny of which are untrue alnd without foundation. The fact- in the case as gathered by your correspoMdent are substantially as folluw. : Last evening a num'er of young peo ple met at Mrs. Broussard residence to spend the evening. Mrs. Mistrot of Tex as and Miss mvans of Misissippi, are guests of the felily. At about 10 o'clock Mrs. Broassard re marked that she "must put...

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 August 1886

100o JUSTICE TO ALL. s 0 oo. L ,1E I. ST. MARTINSVILLE, LA. AUGUST 28th. I886. NUMBER 27. THE ME&8IENGER. . A Happy Day. The Ienmneratir maes meeting in Breaux Bridge 8uaday was one of the largest and most enthusiastic of any that has been helid in many a long day. This itself iea happy augury. The great inter et manifested was largely due to the fart that in the existing state of political sentiment there was more than reasona ble ground for the belief that the unex pressed choiee of the eovention--unex pressd because the meeting was called for a single object, which was to pass upon the appolptments previously made by the Parish Democratic Executive Cam naittee, omly-would be ratified by the people at the polls in November. Among the speakers, we note partieu larly Mr. Armand Martin, because, firstly he is a yeaag man, and seeondly, because this is his first appearance before the public. He displayed forensic abilities eo no mean order, and we predict for him a bright future. ...

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 August 1886

BEER ON ICE AT B. AUDIBERT'&t THE ME88ENGER. Published Every Saturday. ar EASTIN & BIENVENU, Edtos and Proprietors. 07Sub1teriptio $1"0 a year in advar1 . ADVERTISING RATES. srACe. I m 2 m s Sm 1 yr. One inch... 150 2 50 400 700 Two lnches. 225 75 325 6 00 10 0 Threlne 350 4 7 00 12 00 Four luches 375! 425 475 8 51400 Five neches. 45 4 7 55 000 1600 Six iches.. 5 575 6 1100' 1800 Onecolumn 9 900,10 b1502500 Transient adeertrsements, 75 cents per Inch for rst insertion; 50 cents for each umbsequent Insertion. Oakial or legal advertisements. 61 per 1 lanch for sa insertion; and 50 eent for each subseqaent Insertion. 1fDBrief communications upon subjects of public interest solleited. No attention will be given to anonymos letters. The i Cure. Ab, welL Sikaass is la great m y case oly a balluelatik . verybhdy huem that ad has s rered. Do you believe la the tad ere? I as e4 Dr. Swan. Well the mind ncre is adopted very of ten by the medical protueeslm, and it is a very valuable...

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 August 1886

BEER ON ICE AT B. AUDIBERT'S. THE JMESSENGER. Pubhbed Every Saturday. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Propriietors. 07"Subscriptiou $100 a year in advance. How to Get a Bug Out of the Ear. ErchaNge. Mr. James Cole. who lives near Hobdy's Pa., may thank his wife's knowledge ot Insects for relief from that threatened to be a serious affliction. The other night Mr. Cole was awakened trom sleep by an intense pain in his right ear, which was canoed by a oeetle that was moving about in his heat. Mrs Cole remember ing that Inseets are attracted by a Same of fire, held a candle close to her hau band's ear and in less than a minute the beetle which was over a inch in length emerged and was killed. Among the qualifeations for an accomplished wife hereafter should be some knowledge of ether kinds of bugs beside these familiar with indoors. He Believed in Fortifying. Tausa Bffiee. A tramp eatered a Washington msalo the other day-and blandly asked the bar tenmder. "an you tell me sir, if ...

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 August 1886

BEER ON ICE AT B. AUDIBERT&S THE MESSENGER. Published Every Saturday. RB EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Propriltor`. 07 SubLscriptiouu $100 a ear in advance. Chicago Doctors. The Chicago Tribune says: It must be ditinctly understood that all the great surgical operation, are not performed in New York. Our own surgeon ean tell just as wederfutl tales of ctting and sewing and stitching as those now coming weekly from the East. An il lustration or two will make this sufi elently clear. A week ago Dr DeSmythe od the Chica go Head and Bdly Infrmary removad from the stomach of a young man of nineteen years a copper ceat swallow ed by his great grand father. The cent had gone through three generatoas. The yoang man has totally recovered. Last Thursday, at the North Side Sur gery, Dr. Eraemne Johnson performed an operation on a man who has had inter nal trouble since eating carlere in Mil waukee ten year ago. An incision eleven inches qure was made in the patient's side and the doct...

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. — 4 September 1886

TUE WEEKLY M1ENE8NUL8 5s o') JUSTICE TO ALL. $1 oo. VOI.u'ME I. ST. MARTINSVILLE, I.A. SEI'TMBER 4th. I886. NUMBER 28. THE AIME'NE'A c i'LE. Al drrrti e.m.nt. F()R CONGRESS, THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Edward Simon, of the Parish of St. Martin. A Fraudulent Friendship. Ever siilee the late unpleasintness the Repulblican party has been loud in its profsions of friendship toward the col ored ilaln. Upon the stump. in country state and national conventios. it has nvr lost an opportunity to place upon paper something in reference, to the sa eredl rights of the freendman. Tho.ir ora tor- for lhours have labored upon this to pie', often time.s waxing elolluent, and their Isw*t writels have written in proli fie and glowing style uponIll the subject ue*er straining to make a point tJ:at the Republican party was the real and only friend of the colored man. Time and time again have thoughtful people asked themselves the question, "Is the iepuh lican party's friendship genuine or is it befr...

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. — 4 September 1886

BEER ON ICE AT B. AUDIBER'I.. THE .lE.SS'E.V ;EiR. l'uhibshed Ev1ry .aturda.. IlY EASTIN & BIENVENU, Edlit, :antld TProprietotr. t7 .1' , le. j I i s n ! iH a .*;ar in al ai:eice. kil V:TI.I\ T N I FAT·.. sPAt' E. 1 il 2 Ins 3 Ines I im- I yr. (hOne inch... 1 t 2N 2:31 411) 71Ni1 Two inh lies. 22. 25e 3 75 1 25 i(1111 II4ll Threeincu hes 3:INI 360 4(ll 7191 12(4Ill Four iirlhes :7: 3; 4 475 :,i 1llt:, Five inlhes. 4 25 4 7:. 25 2 l cel It;cIN six ic'l*he.. .525: 5 ;5 62 I 11(5) lr80l Oneelialltlnll !)1.iN !5) 111101 15 11 25 eNt Trandsent advrliemenlllts, 7.5 eItlls per inceh for first insertionl; U) ce'lts flor each suleeqlletlt illsti rtlc ol. O)mlhial or lheIal advertieficnent. $1 Ier I I; inch for rirt insertion; and :'. cents for I eacth suclelsuent inl.rtionil. j"7Irief emntnunieaitiens upontl salubje'cts of public inte-rest eel:eitled. No attenltioln will lie given to anolnyoVnetcs letters. The Shrine of a Martyr. Accredited With Being the Sene of Marvelous aures. Th...

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. — 4 September 1886

BEER.O-N ICE AT B. AUDIBERT'.. l'hlz;h1ed E,'ter; .Natrnlay. BY EASTIN & BIENVENU, [ s7ubselription $1 10 a %.t.r in Iavance. Solar Telegraphing. ......Y S \.IAt.s IN nUSE 1 .IILZONA.. * °an F,'anciaror Call] Amoneg yeste.rday's arrivals at the thk cid.antal was l.ieut A. M. Fuller. of the Seceaodl I utied .tate.ts 'avhlery. In De reemlter last Lieut. Fuller, with his troop,. K. left. tt, pr, e iio for fl,.hl dity in Ari z ,na. where it has since been stationed. For the first four months after leaving the lieutenant was with hi4 tromp, but soon after Gen,. Miles succeeded Gen. Crook Fuller was assigned to special duty as acting signal service oficer in the helhographic service o te army. To a (all repºorter he explained the mlethod of army signalintg by means of reflecting sunlight. The alphanoe used is exactly the satge as the Morse telegraph alphabet. The instruments and mirrors used in sig naling areofthe finest material. Under Lieutenant Fuller fifteen signaling eta tin. s ...

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. — 4 September 1886

BEER ON ICE AT B. AUDIBERT'S& THE MESYENGER. Pubhished Every Saturday. EASTIN & BIENVENU, Editors and Proprietors. 1t"ulbscription $1 00 a year in aeivance. A Disatrous Earthquake. Athens, Aug. 28.-Greece has again been visited by an earthquake, which has been most disartrous in the Mores, and in which the loss of life, according to the beet information exelede S1. The village of Pyrgo and town of Phi liatra both s tni ted on the western coast of the Mores, were the chief sufferers and thee furnished, it i .eli:veall that have perished. In Pyrgo not a houses a left standing while Pliliatra is almo-t swKpt away. swallowed up in conivolsions of the earth. The shocks were experienced through out the whole Greece, in a greater or leess degree. Inthetownof ante ev ryhouse was damaged and the inhabitant fled in terror to the open country. Several townp in Italy were also visited by the earthquake, but not damaged to any serious extent; Naples, Brindle, Fog gia, Caserla, and Tarunt...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
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