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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 22 March 1890

CIENTIFIC SCRAPS. Artiticial glacier as a "o.eaus of stol lng water for irr:gation h:.ve been pra poedl. Adolph Sutro of San Francisco 4 trying to solve the quinine problene on his estate by raising cinchona trees, from the bark of which quiaino is extracted. Miss Proctor of Lima, Ohio, has patentel a process by which it is claimed 10,000 cubic feet of illuminat ing gas can be extracted from one barrel of Lima oil. The mineral called turfa, or brazo line, lately discoverel in Bahia, fur. nishes an oil akin to petroleoin,a paraf fine suitable for the manufacture of candles, and a gool lubricating oil. The hydrocarbon process of treating iron so that it will not corrode, is said to cost less than one-half of that of galvanizing, while the durabiiity, under similar conditions, is cuonsidcrably ex tende 1. A methodl of treatinr pine leaves for tIh, purpose of colnverting them into a p';1p for the nma:ufacturc of a strong and su'perior pap-r 17 expo:ug, theo le.1 ve to the a:c:iti of ste...

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 March 1890

The Lottery Company's Gilft. So layI; Mr. M. A. IDauphin, president of th,. ,liosialua Lottel) C('opany, re ceivedl the following commnlunication: NI.w EtRLEANS, March 16, 1810. Mr. M..\. I l.nphin, President Louisiana State Lottery ('ompany. New Orleans: Iear Sir In the morning papers I see that the Governor has refused the dona tion tendered by your company of $100, 4N00 for the protection of the threatened hiet'r of alluvial Louisiana. Deeply inpressed with the appalling di':aatrs pending against our people. I ha'v tlhought it meet to respectfully sug ge-t I hat your companllly offer the relief f1m,1 i dire.t to the peopleh th.emselves. After consultation with Major B. II. Iict'huardlson, chief engineer of Louisiana, I suggest, with your approval, that the fund Iel distributed as follows: Ilertille ......................... , 0 l.afourehe .................... 15.750 :A~snmption .................. ..6,750 linte (')npel ................8,25( \'West Baton Rouge ...............7,25...

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. — 29 March 1890

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER, Official Journal. ( JUSTICE TO ALL. E SI.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advancc. VoL. V. ST. MMLIArlNVILLE, LA. SATL RDAv, MARCII 29th1. 1890. NO. 6. m. m The WVeckly Mecssenger.c Pubhished Every saturday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editoir and l'Ptioprietor. c~dubscrirtionl $! i) a 3 ear in ad ance. .AD VEITIIsN(G RATES. sPA('E. 1 nI 2 1n ' L I 11 I y (tne inch... I.u: 2t0, .:11 )i00 I(H S00 `waI iiche'. 2-041 . 3: f 4 ,0 , II 14 IN) t'hree iucihes : to i 3:,o x it 110 ItN I IN) 'tour iwlchi. 400t , :I 1; 50I 1250 ! !.)2 Vivy* i:nhelIs. 3i) i i), 7i ) 14 IN0 2iM00 .ix inl i . ' 0 Gl :) 7 50 , ; Nli )i :111)00 y-leculie ,n 13:1 ln 20n0)t 211 t 1 0( 0 N (t Transiient adlvrt iststtieittS, 5 centsl lpa i|r .ach for first insertion; ,O cenlits for ei'li Isubsequellnllt invlrlltioll. Oltceial or lev.' advertisemlietlts, $1 1er r 1 inlch for first ilusertiol; alnd 0 centts for each suisell ent illsrtion. 7?'Brief cntlllnnllic-at ioins upon stithjects 'of public intterest 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. — 29 March 1890

Published Weekly AT St Martinsville, L a. -BY EASTIN 4 BIENVENU. 'IThere are a million more women than men in Germany. The bad driving of the Paris cabmen has impelled the "Syndicat du sport Francais" to offer a prize for competition Io driving. More than $500,000,000 worth of min eral products came from the mines of this nation last year, according to the report just issued. __ -. Experiments in raising tobacco in South Australia have been highly suc aisful, and the crop will hereafter re ive much attention. About 500,000 persons hold Govern ment tobacco licenses. Fully 500,000 in addition find employment in raising, handling and manufacturing it. Dr. Robert Morris, who recently died at La Grange, Ky., was one of the two poet laureates which Freemasonry has had in all its history. Robert Burns was the first. The late Paris census shows six thou sand nine hundred and fifteen Ameri cans, fourteen thousand seven hundred and one English, and thirty-five thou sand seven hundred and eigh...

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. — 29 March 1890

GLASS MANUFACTURE Processes for Producing This Fragile Substance. The Well-Preserved Secrets of the Glassmaker's Art. The process of manufacturing glass is exceedingly interestingi but it is also elaborate and not free from complica tions. So intricate is the work in some of its departments that one is puzzled at the proficiency in the art in ancient times. The composition of which glass is made, not to mention the fusing and finish.ng, implies a large amount of chemical knowledge. Generally it may be de scribed as consisting of a certain num ber of silicates, such as soda, potash, lime, baryta, magnesia, alumina and lead, the coloring matter being obtained from Iron, magnesia, cobalt, uranium, copper or gold. The composition, of course, is conditioned or qualified by the kind of glass which is wanted. The test glass is that which contains the minimum of uncombined silica. Bohe mian glass of the harder kind contains the silicates of potash and lime in pre dominant ,proportions; of 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. — 29 March 1890

'afI:ty In C(:ntralization.. S ipe:l Il " . I ' ! ;tl -II itr Falry of Rt. 11MIy i '.":'ir -.iv i Th- i, nItrl ;I ' l r: i to i ill traigh aheadl . 'hIlh'r' :,1." Ilo t+ n i the 1ronn1111l. IWf e. I ! ( k ,t: , II.U ll I;;rwil' e :i ll. 11i hatrrr"1- iof io.i, :;' ;,il i :,1 hlarret  of !iltil have I,. i it Iit ,I a tll :le expeti ed ill rtlyv'. I:, l . fret. of iori.n-m arel ilexpelt I i1p Ii-id,, ' oir to-morroiw to iI, gill oell:tti :t oii (.l , that ii twillld anmii W tIl!t'r WI (lo ll lit. 11 " l;lyV extill ' IX Fr tIf to i t,';, l .i /riat idea a; !lllle' i tiallgi ble f roll All this i cil: ring news. The st;ate, lelietv, in-ltlit.liy imore fi the eionollliml tianllllluf;tellr if isugar, whichl tihe .lorris Factoiry i l-i1 iie-l r to itlodenon-trlate, thiall lit illy ia !rdv ltitiotu- etlinc llrlrge nlt ilit tit1 tariff mlly ofllfer, for thien pllning of the l NIugar itllmr.t oni a s-olid. prifitaIlo alnd progreosslve plane in the near fluture. A half dlzii n i C'ultr...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 5 April 1890

T'HE WEEKLY MESSENGER, Ot icial JturnaI. - JUSTICE TO ALL, - $I.oo Pet Year, Invariably hh Adlanci: V [_. -. ST. MARIINVILLE, LA. SATURK)AY, APRIL 5th. 1890. No. The W\ ekly Messenger. P',lsd Every Satul irday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and l'rIri, tor. :I7ub,ription $1 0) a sear in advacee. AP1VElt1'I"ING RATEN. e in ch.. I 50I 20 011) 51 0 0 00 'Two inche-..I 2 34): 3,30 4501) 0) 14 014) Tnre inthe, 3.00' 4 0i 50 I1 (Hi I4 M)00 Four inch-' 40i :,01 i; 010 1250 22t N Five in'h¶.,. i00 5 0) 7 50, 14 IXl 24i. ) six incho*-.. Muni 75o0 sS; 0(1($) 30I0) One colImAnIl 15 (t0, 21000 21I(00)5 4 001 73. 00 Transient ;eldertisemnlll.t 7u 5 elent. per .nlch for firt insertion; 30 'lnts for each subsequent insertion. Ofticial or legal adverti-emients, $1 per 11 inch for first insertioln; and 50 cents for *ach sllbtequelnt ilnserltion. 0IX7 rief commulnications upon subjects of public interest solicited. Noq attention will be given to anonl mollsl letters. DK. C. B. SANDERS, ¶lt .I)(E.) P'ATl...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 5 April 1890

cIt t1Uttklp Altesntgr. Published Weekly -AT St Martinsville, L a. -BY EASTIN t BIEMVEMU. It is proposed in Tukio, Japan, to erect a large monument to the memory of General Grant. The success of four Chinamen in enter iSg the United States from Canada shows, declares the Atlanta (rnltituti n, hew difficult it is to enforce our anti Shinese bill. "The border line letween this country and the British possessions is 2000 miles long. We cannot guard it." Lott's Island, off the Maine coast, must be a veritable earthly l ar.dise, since it is assertedl that there are neither i tramps, dogs, mud or mosquitoes in the length or breadth of it. The houses are al neat and in good repair. poverty and ridhes equally unknown, and no intoxi rsting liquors sie to be had for love or money. It is a fair question, remarks the New York M.ercury, whether we are not suffer lag just now from a superabundance of scientific advice in regard to ventilation, tonics, food, sleep and other hygienic and dietetic l...

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. — 5 April 1890

"ImmA OP TROUGEI vy is only one form of dispettion to steel. YoT can train a child to de anything but act naturally. Ta be popular act like others; to be heomt act yourself. Wealth is not having possesions, it is being able to use them. We feel just as well when we believe we are admired by others, as if i were redl se as. There can be no such thing as uad served success. What seems so is gilded adversity. The follows who did not get elected have a very poor opinion of the people's judgment. So fast as a man finds out what others know, he will learn how much he has neglected himself. ltis easier to borrow wood all split up for use, the same as it is easier to fill the brain lull of others thoughts rather than think for oneself. Old customs must give way to now conditions or the result is a revolution when "we, the people," who hold the fort must be recognized. The reason so many fail after '"get ring up in the world" is because they become intoxicated with the admira tion bestowed u...

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 April 1890

Arc 'The Saints Blind ? lThere was, a few w.eeks ago. a tremen ioust Iiipheaiel of "mioral senltillmet" in N.rth linkita. A4 syndicate heavled by the nmagnriani I Ins railradl itgilate, Mr. \teek .Me Ke.zie, whist'Sted the life of his ownl wouldt Ie a----in. olITered to adlitanIce all the I, let*hl -eed-"wheat to the delstitlute farimer-. freei, of charge, and to pay ll:i0, 'NO) ier .aninm into the State Treasury Iptilel that hii- -yndicate was grattted i Litt ry charter ly the Logi-lature. ''he+ -atlll inllllluioll religionlli~t how liti. 'I llhe l, m ;ll ,nt iment welled ulp all oiver N,,rth I akit:; and pured. down uip Oin the LIui-lature in irrelitibleh tor rents. The liine..s ropo-itiilo of Mr K,.lnzie'. ,Sdicate wall drowned (oit. i\%;- North llakta riedleenllet then? i-re thhl f:irnmrs -tt ed from istarlr ation? l! the i.-tit=; and the pious phillnthr, li-ts an.t,. hi l hng rali.ts c('noe to tl:e re..,u,'? It i- -ul., tvry sad, to have to w rit. it, but it i al.n' toi, true ...

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 April 1890

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Official Jolrinal. i JUSTICE TO ALL. $ sI.co Per Yar, InV'ariabl, in Adancý. VoL. V. Sr. MIAPTItVILLE, LA. SATURDAY. APRIL I 2th 1890. No. 8. The Weekly Messenger. tublahbtd Evtry Satttrtay. o'LBERT BIENVEiU, Editor and Proprietor. 'OrubseAtiona 100 a year Ith drance. ADVERTISING RATES. seaCs. I m o ma 3 mls mesly S- - --I.-1-- - One nloch.. 150 p250 300 5001 800 Two inches. 2 503 50 450 80014 00 Three laches 800 4 50 5506 0 1800 Four inchets 0 550 6  12 02200 Five ibches. 100 650 75i 4004 2600 Sis ihches.. 600 750 8.e;I60oo3000 One column 00 2000 2400;45 00 75 0 TrAtnlet alivtrtisements1, 7. cnts per .nch for 6r* insertion; 50 cers for each ubasequent it0ertion. Odal or legal advertiseume-lts, $1 per k inch for fat insertion; and 50 cents for 'each uasuequeCt insertion. Q'*frief corklnunications upon subjects 'of pubiic inaterdt solicited. Ko attention '~ill be even to anonymous letters. Dk. C. B. SANDERS, (InO.MiEOPrAT ll ST.) PHYSICIAN, SURGEON & Ac(...

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 April 1890

ýhce tUcckin inftseimer ALBERT BIENVENU. S4 S... . tr 4i at. , J -, . . -. , Lest.L a , ... ... r:." a e - .a:" an'l " .. i. 3 ",w 'c a. ; ' .. of hi .Ant l*, t:iay1 ..-r. (.. a G.; t]lf.':? , a: . :I .ee: ist J.s .1 ,J o.ri' Tred r t':Ja .. te =a.+ ie . h.s tat' r. :: a. . An;t : , - r:..:, rch wou!,i L. . r ""' h.*--: ... 'xi :s. TL, re a-, . .. :: ac,",-r ,. r .r ,e, ti.: A: er:, , Eg.E :; , S,.t: Afr.c, . i.,:.n est.nt: ea .. Ln 1,711 '') .! ab ', 7 (:, f ia' . a t .r ;-. I t:,.:. "L'. I a L .+.," ":: ( . + :' Air' .. 'F. '." l. 1 i . r : . .' . ' . .. ' T., 1 . :: T . . .. - 1T' .r ' . ." . :. .. r .It , ' I . .t " , , '' ,-, .  d . ,. .. : ... ., .. ., :. i'll r , t ''a . r luh i+ 1 ... . . . ..i l : '. ' -:"c -. th, ,r, I'.. ' , -. .. ' . ." t, - 'rr , . " v.. ,, 'r,. <, , th . ;' . , ,a , . th, Sin t ': ( Ii:, tl thsi that on I L J al r Abli-~ s, o hJit gain'' ty hrr Veatire iLL the Dark O ,vert .,r ; a,'r:, o a iala, h.ai a ,he. greater to, T. th Tiet a k ii h hart...

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 April 1890

The government of India has been om!.lle:d by law to purchase three cc-.ies of etch new byok issurd in the Cut7ry, c-nd it has Loe discovered that a !'ractice has grown up of printing new boonO simply fur the sake of the sale of iosie three coples, for which any price allhia reason cou:d be char.cd. A change is about to be made in tbe Ir,., and hereafter the publishers will have to present the copies to the governmerl. Since 1816 the French nation has been obligeld, under one form of gov ernminent and another, to negotiate some 09 separate loans. These amount tc the enormous total of seventeen miL liards of francs, or $3,400,000,000. The second Empire was responsible for moo,e than half of this, since it left a debt of four milliards, and also brought about the war with Germany, which caused the demand for the indemnity of eve milliards more. Every day increaseS the disabilities and hardships to which tie three mil lion IHebrows in Russia are subjected by the Czar's government. Sin...

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 April 1890

In a 1'aihinttnr, init.rt ivw the othler day Hlnn. II. Irieh.y i'-di;lli raid that he had gone' ilt,, the it ilpublieii cai iuc.eis on the plot"l , thllat -n;:r ,l heti pro ttted. l ai, t-,at -:..s-r lirrows and Foweill ,it.it,11 t l- 'lnrtc(i'Iti of sugar n the 1'ric' c"tlll nliai. llnd yVt they eftt now !'ii, tdi ir intllhince in favor of free' sniIr i li paking of the tartif bill, Mr. 4' ,i-r..ii -. aid: "To ite it looks like actioinal l:i- ;lt inn." The Rephlieanl party inade -se 1I of the Louisiana Ielltl'u-ratl to iltfe-at the lior bison bill which ctut \trthlern aHs well as Southern Indll-triei. and in rieturn for asslstance then rrcived iltdgeos of reei pricity were giv'un. bIut thsae pledges were most shamnefllly ignored, and with the basest ingrnatit'dei the Northern pro tectionslts have tulrnied t read the luter +st that so iltely pr,,ied their salvation. The discussion oil the Allison hill two years ago clearly showed,! the temper of the Republican perty towards sug...

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 April 1890

''HE WEEKLY MESSENGERI Official JCfurn:i l. - JUSTICE TO ALL. i $S.oo Per Year, Inv'ariably in Advance. VoL. . Sr. MA.CrI,';LLE, LA. SATtk.b.Y, A kIL 19tlh. 1890. No. . _ = ... . .. •  ||miiai~a The \\cl klVy i1esscnger. 1' .kshi.d., E :.ery ýaturdau . 4 ALBERT 3;ENVENU, il i.' l 1i' L ,\ 11 1 I 1,11 a\ \1 ", l Iy ril l \ i. t 1l'.\ i:. 2 I, i - .400 111 0 tl' y 1tl," in ,'h .. . 1 - . "2 ", I . 1i;.1 ."1 I l l I I'wn) i ,. ., I .11 1,i I nII '1hr'' in. ;I " 1 I :1 (1 11 I i S l F t. il ' 1. Ia.- " , :, 12 .i!l2oo2 Siv,'1 "' "-. ,'I; 7/ 1 . 21;111 T r llv , " ,1 :".. 1 2,"o.. - ,,iN i : . r Did).1. 1 ] l 1- 'it . :, 1: _'1,' ,"00|,rL : . lI' t i '- n :I', , o , f r 1 "i.ial ,' t l : . ,rti .o l 14 i i Ir 1. i\nw n t ;i: nl r U vent! for 'uli. I-!;71 r f ,:; ild ti:,I 1n slubjl.eti .f 1hli, int, o .. 1 ,1.....I . No attei tilr n w ill h, ' h . t,, ;I ,,,t1 I . ,tt1 's. I . C. l. S.NI)Ii R,, fit'i*11F ui'lTill- T. Otli>,,: at .. lE t:i N A .\  'tIEorit. Ct n-litatiln in in ar...

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 April 1890

ýilc .fckLlttI tl "ýcintI ALBERT BIENVEPNU. The At an i,_ has I. In in a very hal, umnor for the Il'-: tihre. mnt:hs. Nearly all the voragcs of Europ[,n.a steamers to the wcstw:ard1 li;ing that time have been troubled I,by trcmn" i.. .ces and by constant storm, and fu,. in .laces where none is usu:ai.l met w:t.i. jlut the opinion is con:trined by all t;hi had weather tLat the moe lr steamy rs are practica.ly proof agaians the worst tlat the At antic Ocean can ,lo: they have only coll 'ns with ti.her steamiisr3, or with ie., to h, ir. A Br.s:o, woman lvit her hus;ln 1 i:s a tevent 1disa,tr. T:.en a broker ah. s;(',n led with all her nmoney. icr strutZle.i to su;p rt heri:f an I herot four (hl Irea ma eC her i'. Waile shc was lvi.n, ill and pe n:l. ss, sa:s the GI61', of that clt-, th: otflicri of the law rctnvel all the furi:ture in the olm 4 ncx:' pt the 21i on which she lay, 4hen took the sadish out of the wiandow; and poure I a bucket of wa:er on the tire a: which th't oldest gir...

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 April 1890

A Le'v e.t,.t Iuiter. a t -' .t, , , r ,, pi.'tl :- '." , . " poor. A fewv n,,.,r:s ' ttr vr, hhli, di( inLt fr . ". -a. rrade: bhv ttini int;a .it' n Vt" tVy is : he - ,I ftr r-rtIrJ . Soon after .e ui ill .ti ,ther, for whlchl he realized $10,0 00, and then his run of luck rea:vchied a climax w hiii hie unearth-,d his large stone. which is di'si-ribed as of perfect luster. Hle had been offered $93,0il1) by a synrlicat,' of local dealers. but he' hLas refused, as he declares lie can cut the gem into forty stones, each of which will lrig '5l00. A short time ago he also found l ia arg.er cat's eye than his 1h;g one, but the lay was iacperfect, so that it is not 'or,' than one -uuart(r as valuable. Iis total linlin's in one-half year. at the ll\\est estiliate, will reach The newest standing lamps have a small shelf with an upturned edge placeud about. three feet from the floor for hold ing Cower- r f hat fancy chooses. A cis.er fluiTalo (N. Y.) woman iras been to Eu4land, trav...

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 April 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 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 19 April 1890

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