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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 15 February 1890

CITY WAIFS. Taking Care of Lost Children in the Metronolis. parents Seeking their Little Ones at Police Headquarters. A great policeman, big enough and strong enough to have fellel a horse with a sing!e blow, carrying in his arms a little goldea haired girl, upon whose bleeping face the tears had washed clean places in the dust and grime, walked brisk'y toward Police Headquarters in I'ew York city. The child was slumber ing as comfortably as though she had been in the little crib at home, and the offi cer was as tender as if the little one was his own and helped make sunshine in his home on his days off duty. Half a dozen children of the street, quick to catch sight of the pair, followed close on the big policeman's heels until, says a Sun scribe, he went up the steps to the marble building in Mulberry street, and was lost to view behind the swing ing doors. Bluff Sergeant Kelleher was on duty, and when he saw the little bundle of humanity brought in, he sat down at his desk and beg...

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. — 15 February 1890

Best Cough Cure. For all diseases of the Throat and Lungs, no remedly in so safe, spe'esly, and c'.-rtain as Ayer's Cherrgy Pectoral. An indispensable family tuedicite. " I ainl A.y r'. Cherry Pe'toral an inv1aluallle t','meall- for ,oldh , cough-. and other ailhents of the throat antI l igs." - .it 8. ItRandall, 204O Broadwa.', Albany, N. Y. " I hate tsed Ayer's Cherry Pe, tral for brooachitis and Lung Diseases, for whi- I l.,lit.ve it t. Le the. gr.,et..t etwdiciane in the world."- Jaen - Mill;, Caraway, N. C. "My .ife had a distres. r .* u .. 'tithe pai - in tihc sea-l au I Icat V,. 1-"l a;tr" l-'wciln'lti At, hilt In nII didil iher any ctool until I got a lctle ,,f Ayer'. I'lhcrrv PIectrtal which hLI: curen-l her .. ai-'lltIiblr, ..lrs. (GAlnn, :lii the iiwaslcdes, iad the ciough wasi r,.lieva.l by thle use of Ayer'a Cherry i'Petural. I IhatiVe i(, )no hesittiaion in recalnlucpheling thlis nilllicine."-- idlrert Horton, Fore. ttan Herttlfyht, Morrillton, Ark. " Ayer's Cherry...

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. — 22 February 1890

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Official Journal. - JUSTICE TO ALL. - $i.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. Veo. V. ST. MIARTINVILLE, LA. SATURDI)A, FEBFUARV 22nd. 1890. No. I. -.-- - n l_ 111 1i bIIl lnin i l l llN l m lI l The \Veekly Mersengcr. Publishelid Every S;a ardav. ALBEFT BIENVENU, Edlitor and I'roprietor. "'7.StuLscrilitiolI $1 U$1 a )catr iln dvaIce. ADVERTISING; 1LA'PI S. isPACE. I I, 2 aI- 3 mus i ls 1 y ý)neinc'h... 1 5( 2511, 300, 5001 S00 T'wo ina,'il . 2 5-" 35o 4 50 S Il) 14 I) T'hreein'he 3lo 1 :i) 5 11I00t 1sI oar inca. 0i 5: 1,1 5;1 12570 2210 'Five incish .  .t ; 51; 7 350 1 1 10 ( 1;H ) '"ix i1;c  .. GiP 75 p S3 5 1; ) 4( ) 30)(4) wJue clininu 15) r 2,0) o 21( 011 4I5S1 17i 0) Traonient atdveris~leint; ,l cents per .ltch f'ir lirst insertion; 50,1 cents for each suxbseqlleint illserti in. Official or legal al\vert;. cnetm $1 per 1j itch for first inserttion; and 'O cents for ''achi sax'selienit i ;serti . [X'Prief comilnanications ulan sulicts of public intere...

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. — 22 February 1890

I '1 IUll) ii i jlc4Lnt l ALBERT BIENVENU. ab.t i as a u. ion of to m1 4k :!,,r of i f ,,, =: , .. R ' iIt i ii 111 . hw. - , tt . i.',- 1, 1''. ". T I* ;n ,' - :h" ,i-'.or. r. "i',,)' (,j,, i" " " the dil '.n; a i. " .i . 1 1 i ,. ifr n in nt t', n ,',i i ' I-and l .ir- .1 :I' l mor(ls lnI ,_.,t . ( :eilly ;un--lf iilt not .il tn h ,lia i. . i nt pr, 1t liv titeitm. n thi iio, rtr.r," tit rnil it the t ii.. 1 1o::,! " ,-h:1 ri!inl',i hi, ^ ,. * wtl,. . il th,' n. . ivs' , :I ,I - ' l '. : , I ' .:i n (,,r:. , t el,)2 :',t'ih ,. i: *:in;. n `i , t.iw V r.i' .Wa fir hi, i'inz. n' 1 1 t '. 1o .- I : ":..,'iF ov,.rli ,f " - it. i l I v i n , . i ,: :::ti v "-tln t' .'c, ; \.,,..! . .11 '" n rt '1" '. E r!c,', !,:t ! rl',. ti t'. ',h .v 1l,-,i n k : ,f I.t wi.th the Af aIt t ': I :':-h -i : W , a , i ll 't - o din A : nan ,r . , ,t i r , di no t ,/ :i, a' .11 ' -',1,. l ",i fi,"t 1,r !It t . ? ,. . 't t . .i 'A It ~ . fir hi ts '. r 'of n r, I o,' 1 .h t i . I,.. t" . . . ... ". . ' ...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 22 February 1890

CHARACTERI IN EAIS. Great Variety in Their Form, Size and Shlape. An Organ Which Receives Lit*. t:e Consideration. Li:t:e n :ice i; ca,n'::l.r taken of h. o .: :r I to: ni of our oruaa of heai-l ing, a.iL cv2u artilti do nII give it muca co. ..:lcrati )n as a rute, yet the foi II. i,.n nul shane of the car, sayi a war.:,r ;n the 1'1di It ,1 Gat'', "willit .y repi1y those w\ho give it close attention. O(ir ntId,ru por:rait painters seldom go into minute deta:il over it. They seem ciateut with a general cut!i:ie and a rough touch here and there, show ing the principal points. Th:I sculptors are more partic. ular, espe' ially am iug the antique; one seldom s.ees a good piec, of statuary without noticing that great care has been taktn to correc.ly model the ear, and it was regarded as worthy of study. A we:;-formed car is a thing of great beau!'", a:il, like all other works of the C: .', is exquisitely a lapt:d and designed for the function it ierforms, that of co:iecting and coaceatr...

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. — 22 February 1890

VWe hav the iii -t annrnil statement of operations of the Jearerette liBild ing Asoeiation, which has now been ill existencei onte year. iTotal receipts frn in all ,ourc"es almouni t to L$2795... l.oans have oullllllvI to .:40 at an average. prenlirrl, of 27 per e*". Tot:l l'olit , $It7.:lo. 'i Ide ritrriing et, xplr s;i oae been $21:3.5. Gains ji'r sihare in series A ritl i r . it'll t ll :"_c n lha:res in seriess C. of'It I, a - to t rl ar;e of hares in force : 23, htld iy *;:2 stockholders and repreren't 1 l7,5'. This i' a rei sonably goal '.owing f,' int exjpriiielttal year and if the people of .heanirrrette kinow a good thing when they see it they will come forward :itor l irillild lp this intith tion which will in turn help build uip their town. lie a-roeiationi is in gi"sd an inttllig"nigt hands, as ejidenrred by the follo ling ofliers and hilard of directors; S. It. lay. I resident; I1. I. Ilewes, tice. pro-i it; A.. I,. Mlionut, T'reasirery Leo }'rausk, -ieri !:try; ar...

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 March 1890

THE WEEKILY MESSENGER. Official Journal. { JUSTICE TO ALL. - si.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. O . ST. IrMAR INVIILLE, LA. SATURDAY, MIARCI! Irst. 189o. No. 2. The Weekly Messenger. 'uhblished Every Saturday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. 5[.',l hri pti ol $1 011 a, ear in advan3e. .Al)VEr\ElTININ HATES. P It E. I in 2 IIs :3 iI. 6 ti s l y One inch... I :)0: 2'1 30I 500! 800 ',v ilcho-. 23 0 :150) 45.i0 0014400 iThr,'inlch- 3'1i44 1510 5adl 15000 ns 1 )r F",r in.h...- 100 55a1 670 12501"2200 oive in'h,'i . illtr 1i i oiced0 140at2tio00 six in'"h,'.. uo I 7-50 8-50 1 (44) 3000 10 1r rO 'lmi:11. Fl 1111, 201I44 21144) 4100 1,500 T'r.tint Advertoaisnoneuts, o centi per .n'h l ,r t.r.I t ine'rtinr; :ºo cents for each sPYhqIent. s il nsertion. (O'iie. or lati al advertisemuents. $1 pnr : inch r tint iusrtion; and 0 cents for N. 11. ll-i're alla bbe's l)rugltore. 17ricef resimmunicatioars uponad depot. of public itWomret solicited. No atChre ion DL C. C . f. SANI RS,I...

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 March 1890

411)c 1Uccliin iUtlcý3cnH V SL -It.'D i\i I E1-Y I' Y ALBERT BIENVENU. The 1r:-i n Empelror na h, vrow, older ihet ::r in apipe:ranm m Irc aIn, more a typitil (',.,uk cii,,al in hig ure, tntir vly htal. flat n-ri,- . :and cnor mou;.:y muInstach,.d anl betklrl,. Ex Lord-Slay.r Whicht';aud, of L.onton,. is a clever man. ih i,. the onl En.rlih- man who wa, Ibenetite I by the ~hhah tof Persia's recent visit. Whitehead. wire was then Lord-Mayvor, refuedl to :'jiv the Shah a i,aniluet unless he was proll ised a baronetcy. lie LaveI the entertain ment and is now Iklron W\hiPehead. Advices from South Afri:e report a saI state of affair, in the Tr:lantivall. The jwople are siiTerinn from drou,.ht a:nt famine. . .ritiual juncture Iasr been reached in .Johannt:burI g xht re breadi stufft- ar conlandiTnl famine pricc-. The nci:hiotirini couitrie are ,doin nobily to alletx iatt the suetTrinis, andi have despatchetd Iimay provisioU vLagtons to the q-cct.e. Aeconi :I to tih New York Trib,tie the ...

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 March 1890

INOTES AND Ct2.-IZ.213. Io :t:\t ,,i ro .: ft . w . ,i .:t tt , A' r. s. Abut to .iay will be1p nt n Lis!. i , and theft wil ,,. e u s,,wi.,.'.w :t s':, r , r ity at t:.:, .ta -. Ti:e :.ai,l .11 l ne-t rin 1.,\er t,. Ta .gi, r1 :nd I .i : aio: the ., ri ,n ,,;.ato:.fia, :o ! I jng. at Aig. , Tnis ail r.p1 .l. 1 i" . Tr:-: di the -I, :,iron will ,r..- tl e Pal er:l,o anl irall' ti:hert 1.1 ot i;n: u 1i rtlh ardtl to (t hnRo, N , :.ndl Malis i'tes. lFiom Ma::seilles the i~ n il: an will -.,il ft:r the e t:, h , th ..,dii:a', oi the York town, w1i l ist ( 'on-tanioti:.ople. The a Iadrro ''I th ,,n spld ioui,. time iat b:ny! na :mtl wli pr,,ba! ly vi-it Athe s a::l AIexan i a. etuiirning wt stwarld in t!ih late P,' ::g they mill run up the Al i tii" t a \en c. ud 'IT ries'.', aft. r hi,.h tihey wail leave the MIe literraneal:u fo:- the Fl ,lis! cIhalneIl, go:in tirst to Southanpton. the c.nutie durng July n I Augut . f :ll the niav:tl 'a.-liting a ,I so.i-l int.r,, st in England. At p:...

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 March 1890

Sigh- Pressure , ! , ". r * -, ',.h rndlays. t3 Brain ,,1 IIt.- rt I)i-1,s-' -t 4 .e e.ral 1)e Us. (1. ·, a. d . n* ' -, . , , ' , i, It ' it ,littt .1: othells . .. . fu u d it A Cure ,. ,,,V ,i ln . i " n I dl , .. , . , , , i, 1 i tl., "I i 1 1 thatI Si , ' 1 . I ] srim rfittl ;=r tv"'. Dr. ,lyer's Scar aparilla, Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass. lThei high :atelr reporti at the time .o, t4t pres. are Irit ry threateniing. , r -ir arte ri ing! ;ali:i:tt ,everywhere navy ral;ifl t ll \ill ca1e' another lTh, hl es ,.,, hli ,e elr, are consideiredn ' t iljt wi l;lltdilg sevl'eral unimport S\~lak:t hae :iurted, which were . 1 uIlthict e:ll:-ili gl i h I ;anina lge. rIi fri iof l1tln are on watch onil lct -\ VN ith l'ilnty iuiterial ito streng i th, weak i!:res awl close anuy ,tk that mIllay o litr. -i)ilri:g the fre plart of the week a . uy n'lth wilil w ittwiied which was , infoll rahle to the high water. *I hlg.f llu i:ig.ht of 'ThirliT:lay the wilnd , eil t ;1 liorlther s 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 March 1890

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Official Journal. - JUSTICE TO ALL. - si.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VoL. V. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATURDAY, 3MARCH 8Stn. 1890. No. 3. .. . .IH-I n I - in Il l• ll inetI • I |H l • lI a R il-lisl | / H The Weekly Messenger. Published Every Satitrday.. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. (i'Subscription $1 00 a 3ar in adulvance. A1)VERTIING BATES. nPACE. I I 2 Ills - 3 nis 1i; tll.l y OneInch... 1 ,0 250 ,34 ,o00 S 00' Two Itlihes. 250 :13 0 4 51 -M ),114 00 'hree inche : 30) 4 511 o 3 I(I Ills 00 Four inelheL 400 55) 0 5(1 12]0.1 22J00 Five loebei. I 0 i) 50, 7 3 14 IN), 2600 Sit inches.. 6it0 7350 S5 0 11, I1() :311;( One colnian 15 001) 20110 2400 45001 7500 Transient advertise.lents, 73 cen.its per .ncbh for first insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Official or legal advertisenme:ts. $1 per t) inch for first insertion; and 5O cents for each subsequent insertionl. t[r7Brief conununlications upon subjects of public interest solicit...

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 March 1890

thje 1UtJ kl .Ifesenper PUBLISHED H· EKLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. ,A young man was bitten by a dog Cearly a year ago in Philadelphia, but the wound soon healed. Ill-advised friends constantly talked to him about the prob able outcome of the bite, so that he actually thought he had rabies, and only recently died from the fright consequent from this idea. The verdict was death due tospious hydrophobia.'" In buying Sunol, the famous Califtra-ta three-year old, with a record of 2.10}, Robert Bonner is said to have paid the highest price ever given for a horse in this country-or over $105,000, the sum paid for Axtell last summer. As the owner of Maud 8, Rare, and other fliers, Mr. Bonner has, Jihrper's Weekly thinks, a very neat fortune locked up in horeflesh.-- - - - / College professors, civil engineers and magazine writers are directing public attention to the subject of country high ways, and the Vanderbilt University in Tennessee, has gone so far as to provide for the free instruction i...

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 March 1890

A GLASS FACTOR How the Glass is Melted, Rolled and Blown. Liability of the Workmen to Burns and Blisters. Entering a glass factory, the first ob ject which attracts attention is the great central furnaces in which the glass is melted. The most unobservant person will have noticed that ordinary glass presents itself in three aspects brown, green and stainless white or flint glass. The former tints are due to the pre3ence of iron- oxide in the sand, which is one of the principal ingredi. ents. When colorless glass is desired the iron has to be eliminated, or the color masked by suitable means, and it is a noteworthy fact that a proportion of iron in the sand too small to be in. dicated by the most delicate assay will impart a distinct hue to glass. Differ ent me'a:lic oxides impart different hues; thus tin or arsenic will render the product white and opaque; gold will give a ruby red; copper, in the form of black oxile with a little iron ore, will yield an emerald green prod uct; coba...

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 March 1890

Every Household should have. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It saves tllhlsanl of lives annually, and is per nliarly ethliaeuis in Croup, Whooping Cough, andl Sore Throat. " After an exten.ive Iractiiei of nearly oni.-thitil of a i llntiry, A~er's ('lHrry Pi.,.t.ral :s m ui r, for ries ut . it Is nol.1 coiRi.. I pres livsd it, andl iljieve it to he Il. tes' L1 ,-'- xp'ctoant now oferei l to, TI,. I . - Dr. .John C. st, I is lr g ,;  "rlt l ri, l iewater, 1'a. SSonic v ari a r h,"rry Pere. toral ured i. ,of .th :, aft,-r the, best ili al -: ill ii had lfa ll | gio i i'r i re lief A fiw weeks Ansie , leinzg again A little trt|,led with the diwi.,a, I was prompt ly Relieved By the sait., ruiw ldy. I glally offer this t e n, ,ti , n t f ,r t h e . h ,ll. l t o If a ;l l . u i l Ia r ! l attliht.,te - F. II. hilas.lr, Eulitmr.lri/us, Tall.' Ro, lk. N hr. " For ,c l ilr n n till, i ,, i iith r'i ltg ,, ro gl i . v,,',' lr l u ,li." or ,r,1,11,, I do nl t know of anl\y r0,:e,,ly ghich will -...

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 March 1890

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER, Official Journal. - JUSTICE TO ALL. - S$.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. V. Sr. MARrTIN\i .LE, LA. SvrTknV, MAIcI[ stn. 1890. N . 4. The \Veekly Messenger. T ublileld lEvrye Satiurlay. ALBERT BIENVENU, rditer and Proprietor. 'tiiubscript ion $1 toi A y .ir inl advance. Al)"El1'I'.\ , HATES. nIACE. I Ill 211 '3 I ; 111s iy T ne inclh...s 1 :~)' 2 n0 3:it f4 l( 84 M) Two in -2) 3; -,n 4 5:,t S( 14 00 Threei iln' - .(1, I ') 35 4'1ill} ]1.001 'our inu h I fot 3:,0 .4) 1250 2200 Five in'1eI -. 1 ,I il ; 5-; 754i II 4I 26 MH -Mix iinc h -. .. ,)) 7, 0 5:4) 1i4; I1) 4:1110 One eolznri l 1; '4.4001 2100 1.:, )700 Transient a,lertisem,.nt., 7: cents per .mch for lirst in~'rtion; :)u ,'ets for each 1 subsequent injlit I o1n. Official or l,'al adverticnlents. $1 per 1 1j inch for first in.norlion; and 50 centa for 1 each qutbsluent il'nsert lon. [tI)rief conunlnicatioitl ns uponl subljects I of pIublic intercst e dicit ed. No attlentionl 4 'will be gi1en to...

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 March 1890

ALBERT BIENVENU. The nite"l States bought over $2, 900,000 worth of egg, from Canada 'a-t year. It t rcport d tlhai, tii shli.p- raisers of eastern Orego:n lnve It.en ·lliung off their flic'k :ai fast :i they can. A .l :ai,,. runin -of- an ar recently .ainlh 'I at Y.\koiik i miie nineteen keot4 ii, hoiir in thi. trial trip. A' , It, :.. of thi . chi ;an C'eutr.t rll :, ;i. lte out that the .te iln a.irl, . c ,,-l tihe €'r, pang ly $ ý. l (.0, a ]r". (.1. ,t I i ,i ' I .in courts there i= i case, ii : h.; Iast.I f, ur hundred iar. Th re i.,ol why nonel of our rlaw :rflci are r v l -r.thi -l,1, he ui, l ' w te aire y ': ii th , i i ,n i- l a-rn(w o' : Il~ - cu l ii fi l. l y ir I. I .i fr ' :i " " i nl i ; o 1,, , lition for Ito a r .. . .\i,, ..... . The hltter ,.:1y ter, arte lt .: . $ i a thlre i;, a ,lt gr d.i, t. green, r, , in bloom :i the aI , thatl very i :ie m, -I. tln o inheit below thn urfa- "i ,t run' i is fr<i :n hard, . .v I,. as ,t'"vp ai t :iplI:t -i evle f...

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. — 15 March 1890

CATCHING RATS. Banishing the Pests With the Help of Ferrets. The Buildings Most Infested With the Rodents. '*lluo do, you clear rats out of a hourel' asked a reporter of Louis Bos. ale of Phi:aic'phia, who calls himself the "clhrnlp.on rat-catcher of the United State-." "'First," said he, "I let ray ferreti loose in the walis. Terlen I set my traps anrd lry dogs, and sometimes a net like thi- nl! around (showing a long,looseiy woven hammock-like net). And then I'm tlere mv-elf. The traps are baitedl with a fluid having an unusual odor, t but ore which never fails to attract the rats. ., here it is." And lie he id a sm:rll beottle en ler the repirter s no-e. 6"\'i'Wit do you think it is,"' *'S"1ells Uke p,.piprmint." '- es, auul c(amphIior antd many other things. Th.- recaip for that fluid I ,ot from ar oJ.i Liverpoo! rat-catcher, and id no one but myself knows what ingre. d:ents there ;re in it. Well, as I was brayin , the traps are set, the ferrets I are loose, and I and lily litt...

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. — 15 March 1890

Reasons l hy It 'hI.ubit 4 Ip. n t. Na' i g:tt1let1. Ediitor N\,"V in. :lti· :In: ! ap ta in .1. 1 . l;l iiialt. \ hii i roc' ' ii lly i 11l :ll ,l  i appeal hb f.,·( r !, ,: i. : ! ;:r! -t,. ,,!{ mittI'' of the hi,:u i in Ii iii i f of I per tnae llenIt rllll vnr .il; t lit ,f 1 h.*" I,\ iv;l lt'll of tihe iayo) u i .,if,,:ir ,' ;:,l the ren,.l I ing of thel '. lh r,,ellie,' lout.', hn . prl,' pared aid forl,, hI,- i ti tl. I *ll, . 1\ lr, w Pr slt'Ilhe fo.' ll,,lio  i l ,il rit": ,al iata, rela ting to the l ai1te l t lj '', . ! . r lf-, blef, r, the riviers .i h1 i ii ,; e. In l ;1 .IWli 'a I, t ir ,i, ,' :ii= A l, e: of IoNii:llna . r,',min Ire l,+ i h., . la ,.e mine i. :i dt:r i, fr the! , t,:- i-jipii ri:er tand In tter. .h,tto ,r .i mi t e r,.li,,l. IPRtlle l f ennt lll nO li, 1 h 1h.1 11I t b" bayou Teh... f i::. :ir. o 'tr, .1 ih,. lits.ai ilu i i rijer tis : ay if thill' Atehaftailuvya. I;ril Mclr. l ,,tl, : "F; i no the e1itl lx [f lthe \t' 'l:l f:l:liv ,t t it' m ...

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. — 22 March 1890

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Official Journal. . JUSTICE TO ALL. -. t.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. V. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATURDAY, MARCH 22d. 1890. No. 5. The Weekly Messenger. Pubhshed Every Saturday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. {Subscription $100 a year in advance. ADVERTISING IATES. MPACE. I iu 2 111 3 s 6 insll I y o ,,,---1 I-- One idh... 1 51, 25I.1 tn3I .5(N 800 Two inche. 2 0I :1 5 450 S 00, 14 00 Three inches :3 HIt 43 5 ) L 1) Io00l 1800 Four inchhe 4 04( ) 30 6 i 0, 12 30 22:00 Five inches. )I)) i6 H 5 7 50I 1410( 2600 Six inches... li6)tH 7 0 8 0' 16001 3000 One column m 15001)1 2) 04i 2 00o 4500 75 00 Transient advertiseinants, '7 cents per .ncb for first insertion; 30 cents for each subsequent insertlon. UOicial or 1t-al advertisements, SI per Il inch for first insertion; ald 30 cents for each subsequentl insertion. [0Brief colmnmnications lponl subjects of public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anor.nymols letters. Dr. C. B. SA...

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. — 22 March 1890

lt 11'.l-"I. i'l \l Ih.KL nY It Y' ALBERT BIENVENU. A railro:l'l tr in 'if tiftlen .L rs would he required to colnvev thi' foodi and nourinshmnt which :I man l:0I Ii ,h .I ith a moderate appetite I n-l'll;w, from the -ime of his birth to the i lday when he' tttains the a,.e of three ,ore yeLars and ten. Such ait Ir:Lst in the calculation fihich has just been nuIl, pt,ubli Ivy 1)r. Kuhneman, one( of the print ipal Pro lessors of the u'niverity of IBerlin. The last ledition ,of the United States 3flicial RIegister, or --.liUe IC'ok," con tains a list of :ill the enllyesfthe Gov etrnment, with the '(xc'ptionI of those in the genberal ,postal servicl , t,).tgther with :ihe t(lice'rs of the Army and Navy, the !(,tal illnl her of nt:lles amounilltill to I? ,I))I. Thit v ihune' sh,\\" i :that 11,234 ,nersons are empllyel in the city of \Vasth toI.n 1, 1 I', 215 I,,ing mrn, a\ l 1' 21 w, o men. Tle r, an- dliviv h, 1tl ,ing the s. veral I p rt i t- -' l, ll ie:. Tr lI urI . 2:3l 1 4 s"wl ...

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