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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 26 April 1890

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. tficial Journal. JUSTICE TO ALL. ' St.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. SV. ST. MAITINVII..E, LA. S.\ TL' I).\\, AP'RII. 26th. 1890. Noio.. The \Veckly Messent cr Publishd E1vj'; saturda" ""a. ALBERT BIENVENU, ri Edit,,r a,",l Pruplri,., r. Pi A lIV EITISI NG I .\TE.'. 'l ti r ,ic'h . 1 , in ,"2t, :1, ý ,, , ;I ,, ly , . + n"f j i Iicuh... 1511: _li ill. a111 :t, iiio  ii ilf ill ' , i'u i,. -.t _It i : I%. 1 .t 11 , I r INI r (eri i ,.t : n:i 1A' 1 "' 1ll ,IN). r I1's 0 IllA . iCr ire'hl.r- 11 1 " l.:,: ,1 i51 12_+ ,' "22,IN) W fiI\', lintr -i. :l) , Iia 5 i 7 :,1 14 ro 1 iI lt (1 i iu * -.. GI 77 1i.' 11;IN I;r;11N) O nceI alilnllll 15 (11), !0I),1, 21 INI t ri 1 HI, 7- (It th Trtan intnin tl\,,rti-'h ,," n .I1s, 1 cn tI lp'e tll .toll tfr first inlserti,'n:.I I vent ;tr each V. t eash s of W"ment ine and thlrn.. i li r iciial r leal an vrtimit. $1 peand r Si ch flrt':t .il int L rti, n; a d .I' 30 l entU fo r ill -~ ~~- --~- --- - ---- - - ----- h...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 26 April 1890

BI)e wreekp sttesecunr PUBLISHED H EEKLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. WORDS OF WISDOXL A The weakest spot in every man is where he thinks himself to be the wisest. A wise man thinks before he speaks but a fool speaks and then thinksof wha· he has been saying. Never argue. In society nothing must be; give only results. If any person dif fers from you. bow, and turn the conver sation. When you know a thin.,, to hold that you know it; and when you do not knot a thing, to allow that 0ou do not knot it, this is knowledge. Inviolable fidelity, good humor ant complacency of temper outlive all the charms of ia ine face, and make the el' cavs of it invisible. lie who when called upon to speak : dis:,greeable truth,. tells it boldly :and ha' done, is both bolder and mnilder than lhe who nibbles in a low voice, and neve ceases nibbling. Sincerity is an openness of heart; 'ti found in a very few people, and tha' which we see commonly is not it. but u subtle dissimnulation to gain the conti dence of othe...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 26 April 1890

'CIENTIFIC AND INDSTRIAL. A phonetic alphabet for the blind has been devised by a citizen of New York. Harvard is to have a "photographic double" telescope to aid in making star ,-aps. A new process for printing in colors employs enamel pigments, which set at once. The printing surface is metal. About two,-tlhi-ds of the "olive" oil which is used in putting up sardines comes from the American cotton plant. An English doctor reports over thirty cases of headache and facial neuralgia clured by snuffing powdered salt up the nose. lee Yachting. fee yachting is the king of winter sports on the lakes near Faribault, and gives great excitement and pleasure. The bMoats travel a mile a minute. Un accompanied by the rumble and the roar of the train, the ice boat is shot over the glassy surface by a power equally as tire less steam, g.,iving to its passengers a feeling of exhilaration and excitement, the pleasure of which is not lessened by the elements of danger. The novel sensations, the exh...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 26 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 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 3 May 1890

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Offcial Journal. cia Journa. JUSTICE TO ALL. - SI.oo Per Year, Invariably in Atvance. VOL. V. ST. M.RTINVILLE, LA. SATURDAY, MAY 3rd. 1890. No.I . The Weekly -Messenger. Published Every Saturdty. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor anld Proprietor. ',i ubscription $1 () a Sear in at'rance. ADVEITISING RATES. 9'ACE. iI inI 2 w1s 3 tm. 1 y -- ---1---- 'One ltch... I 5 2 :" 300 5 00 800 tFrwb iuclhOi. 2~io 3:0! 4 -I0 08 1I400 Three inlhee , ;I3 4 0l 55) 100)1 18 00 Fetir ilnche 400 5.501 6 50 12 ;") 22 00 Five iunhe. 500 i; .0 7 501 144 2600 1ix inches.. 6011 71 5 80 1601 000 One colii, i 04) 2)12100 45 00 7500 Transicto aivlertisemuents, 75 cents per .hch for Fi-st insertion; 50 cents for ach subsequent insertion. Official or legal advet'iseenl:t, $1 per '1 inch for first insertion; and 50 cents for each sbslllsel nt inlsei. l ionl. Cllrief coninilt Iications upon tlbjetts dl public interest solicited. No attention Will he given to an1ylimlnoitS letters. DR. C. B. SANDERS,...

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. — 3 May 1890

I'i Iis I-iD il\ 1K LY J\; ALBERT BIENVENU. NOTES AND COMMENTS. ,I .,I I,', )r. " . , .. I. ,I i . . 11 1 . T I I I t l n in t i.: 1 1 ! 1 l . , l I . : i , -is , - 1 . -. l, + i " . : . , - ' , ,t i . . .. T 11 1 11 4 1 - i, h . r . 1 : .. . .I I .I I . . I .i,' ,: ...I I~ :II , 'f, ,,i 1 1 i , l i: i r I l\r \ : i 1, l e i . : ' a , i' t.l, n i ,'lr l ! ill : ,' I , , J " I t' ' ! 'l , " 1:1 11 1 ' ftIr th 1, ;r 1 l1\ l: "' r , TnI r4 I4 1'ii,111 h it .', r, ' I ; ' I " ' i hlli 't i' , i t I , ! '' "" aI II: ' f i , ; ,I ' L i \, '' , 4'"I 4 . ,1 il.. 1 -t4 \ fi ' t144j I,1 r" ,l Ilk ' 'II lt it f 4 iot i 11114 l .ltl I t I l" hI ". I I,1 i k , It ill, Ii" \ II 'i i; i th - I: 1 t , ' 4i . I,, 1, " 1 " '1 ' 'j itll i t l h4 .. ftI !,r . '1t ki, :1 4, l l of : h11 4.4 41; all :it :mllr , 4I1 ll t 4 o: 1 1t4li I tI h, i , -I 1 ' 1 11, 1 It .' 1, r i' 4I 'lp .lt l i 11, _i. wh Scitnimb uN:r . Th 4.41 44I1"l44. i n 1r1'4 4 \ 41 4 i 41' '4'I b n I IIad th I'h:I r h,I xr l ,: , , 1 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. — 3 May 1890

31dern warfa'e %-w t.(ill for sn-a'. bore rifle-, havl a in iitial v l,c.ty of 20 U0 feet per sec'ond. The swan is the longest-lived bird, and it is assertel that it has reached the age of three hundred years. A Fiench scientist, who hats been stn lying the hands of manual 1.lbercr:, ti-als that very marked physic:al pecu li,: .t:,s are engendcre l by the putsuit of .l;ffernt occupit:,nis. It is now propced to bleach and pu rif iv electricity not only cotton-ced antI ether ils, bIut dr.nkring wv ter, the curl' :t : ct a , up ,i contIIoUl salt, froli wecl.h it c'olci C h:( rine. No V'iiunial ai'I e in the dark. Some .i'have ". 'xt ' ' y ' (-:l titv to t ]lh" t of low iit'n- ". .:(t.l carn tC ini iLaces which .r lrvnlounce di:rk, but there mtu-t Ine , n . l.ilht pre'-eat. I)nr;tig t..e list ten ye'irs an oculist of (':on:hl i, Hu in, is siuil to have treittc thirty cases of photo-.lectric opthalmia, a new disease, due to the action of the electric light on the eyes. Professor P ,lan...

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. — 3 May 1890

STATE TAX SALES. -()F IMM.OVABLE P1O)PIERTY. tnte of I.'uli ianta v... I elinquent Tax lalet ,r, P -i- of St. Martin. B) virhne of the authority) test~ in me by the ('on.titution and laws of the State ,f Ijmuisiana I will ',ll at thle Irinciila front dwor of the Court Iihu ,ic. in which the Iistrict ('ourt ofmaid parish is held within the legal hours for Judi. cial sales. ityrinnniru at eleven o'clock a. m. on Saturday May 31th. 1890. and continuing on each succeeding day lntil said ia...- .r. . ilet,,oil. ii :immrovable prol rty on which .nidl taxes now due to the State of Lotliniani , e.nd Parish of It. Martin to enforce collection of taxes ais*ssedt in the year 10i0 to. gether with interest thereon from the 31st day of Decemnher of the year in which said taxes were duena th1 rate, of tuwo pr cent per month until paid sid All costs. The rt:me of ,amid delinquent tax payero the amlionUit io ti h taxes de )by each on the asess. menl if . tid ).ear, and the immovable property asei...

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. — 10 May 1890

'IE WEEKLY MESSENGEs Official Journal. J U~!IiCE TO ALL. ,.oo Per Ycar, In'.aLially in Advance. Vor. V. LA. .jr,, .:, MA. S. rr: i,.\v ioth. 1890. No. 12. •~ _l H I I ..l I i I e l The Weekly Messenger. TIubhii sh, d Every Saturday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Pr,orrietor. r~7Subscrit t ion $100 a Scar in advance. Ai\'ERITISING RATES. IPACE. I 2 In 3 ns i; nusl y -neinch... 25:il'( (0) 500 800 woe inche, 2 50i 50 150' 8 0014 00 b'Three inhch :3,0 1 I n 30u 100!4 1800 'Four inchte- 401n' 54')l r, 54 12 0 '2200 'Five iucle.I 305 o4; , "-0 141)0 2600 "Six iunlihe.. 60 7 50 ' .0 14 I300 'Onecol umn 1300, 20U0 2400145 007500 Transient advertisementt, 75 cents per .nch for first insertion; 50 cents for each 'subseqrent insertion. Oflictil or le.'al advertinements, $1 per X(1 inch for first insertion; and 30 cents for 'each sub.yluent itl."rtilln. I'llriet coinmnuica.tions upon subjects of public interest s,lieited. No attention 'will be giver. to an:onml ,ous letters. 1DR. C. B. S INI,: 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. — 10 May 1890

[,I a ,Ue ellt I t n; t, PUBLISHLED %i EEKLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. Even snow drifts twenty feet deep and packed as boys pack snow balls are com-n pelled to yield to the rotary plow. Fhese modern appliances mean business when they go to work. -It seems that Russia anticipates some trouble with China. A prolonged mili tary council was held recently at St. Petersburg and discussed plans for Rus sian operations in the event of war on the Chinese frontier. Two uncles of the Czar, all the Grand Dukes, and the most eminent officers of the army were present. Where a man and his wife are lost at sea the law always supposes that he, be ing the stronger, survived her by some minutes or hours. In seven different cases followed up in the French courts within the last ten years it was found that the wife outlived her husband, and the practice of the law had to be re versed. The report that the Scandinavians in Utah are rapidly leaving the Mormon Church is probably not exaggerated. These people, ob...

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. — 10 May 1890

Dogs a ProteetionAtgalast Fire. ,'If there hadibeen a dog in Secretary 4racy's house - theo other night-even though it were only a measly,yellow cur 6-this awful disaster ewould not Lhae oc. curred; at al events, 'there would have been no loss of life." . , It was the policeman' patroling Farra. -ut square who made the remark in con. lrsation with a Stq reporter., .. 'Why," he continued, "I consider a g in the house at night of as much im. portance for protection against fire as to scare away robbers.n The animal is al. rays on the alert to warn his master and the family of anything that may appear to,be wrong. , If anything like flames or smoke excite his ,attention he will at once begin barking.' The very smill of .re will start him to giving a loud alarm. INobody knows better than he the dan. gets of, burning.. He is always on the watch as he liep outside his master's door for the safety d the household. I should oteter think of being without a dog at night in my own dwelling, an...

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. — 10 May 1890

--4 51 lIM . )\.\;i.L. I'IOPEI:ITY. t:Itt ,,f i -i-,: -. I)'liislti'it T'lax S i- i i-i f >1t. Iairtiit. Its lt .va,, . , .-,,,# in nt hby the ( In-n t.' .thl it, "' 1tt f I li-itut 'w iA " ' ' .,' >I: L front d l, -- f the ('01- i s, ,., i . 'n," i-tiict I "i"' of said parih - , !.., ', ll j Ihor- f.'r .Judi cial-l-. L , r.,i Is t ls ,n 'clsock -. in. on and ~f -.o,- ,ri -ni-er.di' dlay until paid -', - ,, 'i,.11 ,lsm,, hiIle pros erty ofn v I,.:, ! ...,I '.,.' ln,,w ils ' t', th' Sntaite of lsti- . . - , t . M rfti t snfori'sc ruol" . i 1n t1 ,' 35-r lIt-I to. e'tI " r' t' . r, ,-u freim h. 311sIt day of L)o, ,':i." ' ' - 1 i-I taxi n were diil- ' '1 .. ( . ciut Is'- sni.ss' thl until TI,. ,. , idn Ineit tax paers, the K n :,s - . s . i.h -ris I f1sr e l, ,i' thefillsi4* i, i e, ..1, Amount due. 11 1;l1au1 .\nl 1,1,I. 4 a-r,.s . -I s. !.- i's' s4,'is' Itan {ep'; . s f l-r:i is-i- lSirhank. lti1,.'~ I.- '-.i , - R '. "-sf l, e see 25 t to ' - 1.84 (li, I . - il & (',\...

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. — 17 May 1890

T'HE WEEKLY MESSENGER6 OEcial Journal. . JUSTICE TO ALL. - S1.oc Ver Ycir, l'wariaw i; n lAvanbe. VoL. V. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATIRDAV, MAY 7Ith. 1890. 'o. 13. 'lThe T , .i . . ,I- -- .... .. . ...r - . . The Weekly Messenger. I'ubhiihed Ever} Saturday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and l'roprietor. -- I tS~'ubs ription $1 00 a )ear in advance. . I)VERTISING RATES. Si'ACt:. I it) 2 n1. :i ms' 6 ls y t --- ----  - - -- -) I ________ ")'e ich... I . 2 50 30 0 100' 'tw, inhhe. 2. 3 . 4 510' r 00 1400 l'hreeinihIie 31(L 4504) 550 101'1$ 1-0, Y~'our in,+ 4 -, 50,0 1250 221)0 .'ivc iuhes. 500: .50o1 7 5014 I012600 "4ix inihe,.. 601') 7 0 t 50 5 16001 3000 one coluin 15001 2000 24O00! 45001 7500 Transient advertlisemenlts, 75 cents ewr .nch for first insertioi:; 50 cents for each s3Ubsequent ilsertionll. Otlicial or legal advertisementl, $1 per i inch for terst insertion; and 50 cents for eiach stibsheruellnt insertion. 7-Brief 7 lmnilllnoiiicatons upon Subjects If publict interest solici...

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. — 17 May 1890

be IDeekpl ileszenger l PUBLISHED W EEKLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. SIn the statistics of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States there is an increa-e in the number of Sunday-school scholars for the year 185e 89, amounting nearly to :10,000), nearly a quarter of the increase being in the dio cese of Pennsylvania. A recent decision of the Supreme Court in California will give new trial, toat least a dozen sentenced murderers, as the decision places the burden of proof, even in murder, on the State. whereas the old decision, wihich has been followed for thirty year.-, insists upon the defendant relutting the charge of malice. The Chic:ag(o I ;r,,l thinks there will be no sympathy waiied on the deftiat of the Mormonis by the (;Cntiles in the r. cent municipal election at Salt L:ke City. The l,.,ay of Mirinoni n grald ually but -urel-y a:iproaclhe-. This con utum:ition will he due les, to skin .t;' laws a :.ist the .orh mo:, ti:.:n to thi leavening in llinc(' of : I:c; r.,to of...

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. — 17 May 1890

7EWS AND NOTES FOB WOMEN. Salem, Mass., has a woman's relief corps named after the late General Sheri dan. Ulsters of checked cloth are made with full sleeves and a cape like a deep trill. Triple capes will continue favorites until late in the season-usually matching the dress. Miss Rose Elizabeth Cleveland finds her Florida orange groves profitable property. * There is no ha-"dsomer piano cover than your grandmamma's India shawl will make. In the line of trimming milliners' folds of Suede kid are offered for bonnet and bodice de-ora'ion. Gray and black striped gloria will be a favorite material for summer traveling gowns and cloaks. A Japanese princess has been in Berlin studying the management of hospitals and charitable institutions. Forty women recently received the de cree of Medical Doctor at the Woman's Medical College, Philadelphia. Tea gowns, said to be marvels of elegance, are made of brocaded silk, gold galloon and mouseline de sole. Gloves of heavy clace kid are the cor ...

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. — 17 May 1890

S'.'II'T AX 'IA SLE. . - ,I - \I )Vi AJ;LJ: PILtEIUJ'TY. II V . \Jt 1 , . 'I- n i- f)'l I T . 1a . - I' . * t1'f Lt. r1:tin. t , J I.: -.: t1 h li i n t 1-':. ' : ,' i r. , f . , -, ,,r L.,, 1 , .. S ;, . . - ,t r- f r .In 1; :1sy ith.18 it it i t 1i'- 't 't t .li p ý't o. fl . . ' , . I ,r -n ,f , . tti t,. t :..* . "I t ' 1tt : "I i . ! :t I ttl ' "ii k.1 h - /. o n fo 111,. :1t <la: rf ' ` i1i' t -'. I....i1 .i:l ' ,It tut .I, 4t' 1' ,j, f ,.,r ', 1."- h i1" t 4', . - , 111 :, .11 1 ',. .t 41 - *<,' . t 1 1. CII ,. f- aidl ,i-brlalnent tax '.swr-, ! ,. '1 1 1. . . i; It it,' t1, 1 1 .'11 i. [ IIIri -rt ' I ' j i. i..lert d fl r .ale , t fi.in a 1,tn ., it ,"'ix~ * 4 ta vlier, . tii 'h 11 i4* No 2 ''a, . 'i t r1e i't1' ., if a .i.r "Sal- 'i."l IRa n II: I t tt t %le litii ili 11 11 mi w'. 11'" 1"17 '1I f - 1 "e". I I i p ttii' - ., ,l' " n it '.I.e r i I t 11'I.'"4 12' ii it I - .l--.I, a ('.'., fI, huur a.t1 h lt I'f ' itt 1 1 t . 1 -I 'I 4 " a II , ' 4 ; ii "':I . It. a...

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. — 24 May 1890

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Offici1 Journal. J JTSTICE fO ALL. s r.oo PT'i- Year, In':ariably in Advance. Vol. V. Si. MARTINVI'.LE, LA. SATURDAY, MAY 24th. I890. No. 14. .. . . . . . .". . . - -i isi i ii ,l -,,d m .m ,, 6iiiii" The Weekly Messenger. P~thshed Every Satnrhay. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. .' Subscription $100 a year in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. SPACE. I in 2 nn s 3n 6 si msly 'ne inch... 150 2540 300 500 800 Two inche. 250 350 450 800 1400 hreeioche 300 450 540 1000 180 Four liches 400 550 650 1250 2200 Five inches. 500 65 0 750 1400 2600 Six inch.ies.. 61) 750 850 1600 3100 One colunh 1500 2000 2400 1500 7500 Transient advertisements, 75 cents per .nch for tirt insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Official or legal advertisemen!s, 1 per 14 inch for fist insertion; and 50 cents for each subsequenrrt insertion. t3riBrief communications upon subjects "f public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. DR. C. B. SANDERS...

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. — 24 May 1890

l)e Jettkl[n itesmen ery PUBLISIED WEEKLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. During the recent snow blockade in California newspapers were taken into Lake County on horseback and sold Sor 50 cents apiece. Miss Susanna Warfield, who composed the grand inaugural march which was rendered at the inauguration of Presi dent William Henry Hlarriso;, 48 years ago, has just died at her home near Bykelviile, 1d. She was 03 years o:d. Frank Carew bought a gun of a L,,n don dealer and went off to Africa to shoot antelope. The gun Lu;t in fi ing and in jred MIr. Carew, for which injury he has recoverecl $5000 by a snit against the dtaler, who, in turn, is su ing the manufacturers of the gun. After they had put a tramp in jail in Indiana for being "poor, friendless and without ahom,'" he Invitel the sheriff to dinner, sent out a $103 hill to buy champagne and turkey, and asked him to take charge of $2600 he had.been carrying in h:s b)ot les. They man aged to get that jail door open back to the jamb as he walked...

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. — 24 May 1890

Asleep in a Churchyard. Anold man who sleeps by the road side yonder, and upon whose tomb are the familiar lines beginning, "leimem her me as you pass by," spent the greater portion of the last ten years of his life by his w ife's grave. He came in the early morning, and after remnov ing any micocopitc weed that might have showed itself since the irevious evening, would light his pipe and sol eninly contemplate the stones in his vicinity. He went away regularly to his :weals, and as regularly took his aft.rnoon nap on the grass by thi grave-ide. :lhortly before his last visit to the cherish, d spot h,' requested me to de cipher for hui the dates upon several of the gravestones, and we conversed abunit many wl hum we had known i' life and who had passed away. I re mnal ked that the churchyard wias a very pretty place. and his face lighted up as he rejuined: ".th. ni.ter, I always thought I shliuld lik,, to be buried here, for." looking aroiuidl, "vyon see there's such a 1 1 ndid , i...

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. — 24 May 1890

STATE TAX SALE. -OF I M IM( ).A I(LE 'lPROPERTY. ,. tate f ., u i-it la \-. o i siq , nlt "l'I x 114 '. l' i t i it "'f -i. M :t rtin 1Hy vir: .. I It*.. llli, .'i 'i in m a.n "' t"n tht "t . I a., "-,.- .f t[, t. T : of I mi v" i ia 1 will Prl; I th. I ,ri. , ii :. fr" , d. ,r o f #t i ('onrt li,,u-., in a wII i eh I,,, ri^1 tCourt of said parish i heJ awithia ili !ial ,illure for Jldi vial s.le-. lt.'I.nr i:r ;t lt.rn o'c.,ek a. m, on Sa:turilay iMay 31th. 1890. rin' c"ninuilig cr eiachi lle.i.inig dlay until ,,aid tails ..re complltal, all inmmovable irole:ty on whr'll and taiXPs' n,p .n tIo the State of fA(*,ies,.a and Ikri-h of it. Martin to enforce -otllictti.l l if tli '- :1l r'--il iill Ith h 'oeur I'-1 to ygthe.r Kithi in l'rest tle.rron frolm Ithe lt (day of ikwrt.t'.ir if th,- vriL in wli,.h said tax. - were lure,t atie ri.tL , f twI peir cent per :nonth until Siid and all c''-ts. Th.; hlem.r of Is;md dhl:,,nel.t tlx pa:)Trs, the aLmoult of tlU ' tixt : irl I1 *."',...

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