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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 5 July 1890

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER, Otfcial Journa:i. - JUSTICE TO ALL. - s'.oo Per Year, Invariably in Adtvnnce. Vol. V. ST. MARTINVILLE, L.'. SAT iRDAV, JUI. 5th 190. No. 20. The W _kliy Messenger. Pual, E.Lver. bSalurday. 41.BERT B3ENVENU, ,''it,1' .l l i P'ro h tl... (=T ubcr'.(f' 4nI ? 00 at yzr in adti'.uthce. AD E\T'I II'-IN( 1;.VTES. SPACE. 1 n 2 ii I n1 y One intch... I,0 2.01 ,) 't Oti 5U1 s ) Two iu 'lt,u . 2 5 35 .0 4 5 11 11 l I1S) threc iche iw:c I 4 .'l 3 ;ol3 ! i, o Four lUle 101 :,:,I 14 12511i 22(0) Five in,'4i ", 3 .. . . 1 7 :i. 14 "1 0 21)00 i.x i c ': '. : ill :,1 .-f 111)9 :1( 111t) One coleuC ,U ; 17 , l')' 2 !I4 1 .1: _, ; t. . . . .. ... . lOl. . b'raniti 'ut .. 1 It-, ,) : " . '' . lt it ,11' 1 .pch tor '!1. i;e : a i.r-' al I l Irbs .IllUr'it i'. ": lonre. , Odici'a or . "it :1 ...il l. l' . $1 p (r Ij inch for tii.t iuartil ... ,,t .,it) centl for each 5,; equ., srlhI. inLe: ,' Q])!}' f ear,'1 hnl,.l.,il,,n l 't r l;t e'¢t8 ts of ipubl c int:e,..1t , liitl I. . N...

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 July 1890

ýlIe lJlichlkI ilcs ptin t . . . _--__ PUBIASIIED \ 1EEKLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. Doctor;, .as : r'il.. aire retic!!t a!out their fees. but 1)r. WA!i. I '.r.:cr was paid l1),) 00') for tl.e su"-e -ful re. moval of a: ex(re-cenc-n frio the face and nec,~ of the on and It :r oif oI of the wealthiest fatill:es in the vicinity of New York. In FIrace, aicco(rding to late statis tics, the-re are no less tia 2, , U00 tnarried co iiefs that are chiid:e-, 2, 5j. 0 ) ' wath on-e Hli 1 ", ) 0 0 with tw , I .0)'O IIl with three, l.4 '0, 0t0 w;th four, 5)0O.000 with five, 3'), 000 with six, ari' 2)'0),00') with seven or more. Marshalltown, Iowa, has a very cient mayor, if he is a little man from a physical point of view. A big, husky tramp was brought up before his honor for trial. The vagrt'nt biciame insolent, and the mayor knocked him down andl -at on him until lsttlilent help arr:ved to take him to prison. Then the mayor quietly callel the next case. Captain VWi\ll;:u It -ed, who has been on 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. — 5 July 1890

Two F.cnclh dentists extract teeth without pIin liy spraying the external ear with ,it.ecr. An ir.tiuument has been inventcl in prussia by means of which an exactdif. ferent:al dia2nosis of diseases of the lungs swill be pissiblo. The inventor is Dr. J:uln:ci.:w-ki. An eeCltric v-:getable is said to have been d.-c.'vered in India, which has the power of ailecting the magnetic needle at a t'hnirice of twenty feet when the weather is clear and dry. With the view of testing the rapidity of elcctric welding, twenty pieces of one-inch common round iron bars with rough enIs were recently welded to gether by two incm in thirteen minutes. It is cli:ned that wall paper can be made in such a way that the passage of low-tensio:as clectr.e currents will heat it molcra:el; warnl to the touch and diffusc thro:ughout the room an agreea ble temperature. A further step toward the artificial production of the diamond has been made by passing an electric current through carlon elcctroles in a cell con...

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 July 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. — 12 July 1890

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Official Journal. J L STICE TO ALL. si.oo Per Year, Invariably in Ad' ance. VOL. V. ST. MIAI&T vI.Lr:, LA. 'S rl-\v. Jr Iv I2th 190. No. 21. The \VWeekly Messenger. Published Every Saturdav. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. 'ul ,cript .in $1 00 a year in advance. AI)'ErlISIt NG RATES. One inch... 15i 250 3 I 500 800 P'wa iu('. I 5 II 350 4l50 800 1400 ¶hreeinlhe 30(10 I'50 550 1000 1800 Fuor iwli, 4o00 55 0 150 12504 2200 Sive iunrlr . 51) 6I 50 7 50 14 08 2600, $1i inthe'. . I I)00 750 350 1600 3000 Onecolumn i 1500 2000 2400 4500 7500 Tra!nsietm advertisements, 75 cents per .4ch for tirst insertion; 50 cents for each .',:anequeLt iIlSe't uIi. ,idi,'ial or lr. ý1 advert iselients, $1 per ' .lich for Lirst insertion; and 50 cents for aach subsejitult itsertion. lT'Brietf coltnuitications upon subjects of public interest solicited. No attention will be liven to anonymous le"ers. DR. C. B. SANDERS, ( ICt'I4EOI'ATHIIST.) pHYSICIAN. SURGEON & ACCO...

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 July 1890

t he klhlekl h Iesen te PCUBLISIIEI i EEKI.Y BY ALBERT BIENVENU. The New \ ,r! St tie lh crical expert is repo.'tel i h et. liil' ltr ml a s.mewhat ghastly avvi litv In -uppii i lfornmation to an inquire ,, tii. snll, ,t fi the latest mnprovcm .ntt- in el ,"ric.tl tcix .ution de vb vs. II i· a,lut',l .t -- ying" "'I will guarantec now th:t the tiln front the nomumnt't tihe pri'onmr enters thI chanmber until his dleath in tire chair will not ex ceed thirty sccond'. The moment he enter, the death cha:mner lie will hi' put in the chair. Two straps will fasten him in with a snap: the head piece will go on in :I twinkling. :a there art only two straps to bul'kle. the black mask will be thrown over all. and--rlash he will ceasei to live. HeV will have any convict ready in thirty ..eerond." Every larei city in taiis c(ountrv is filled with re-jeetalhle, _,ntcel looking men :Lskin for licit: emplolymn:nt. They are not :able to st'n I r,oug outntoor lab:,r, anmi thie ar . qu:alitic'l t, 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. — 12 July 1890

GREAT GAME GOING. Elk and Antelopes Almost Ex terminated by Hide Hunters. The Animals Ruthlessly Slaugh tered for Their Skins. ,I read the other day the plaint of someone frome the far West about the growing scarcity of the elk in its old time haunts, due to the persistent raids of the hide hunters," said a New Yorker who was in the engineer corps of the Northern Ptcfic Railway while that road was building through the northwestern territories. "The fact that elk were brcoming scarce did not surprise me, for when I was out there the game butchers were slau;htering not only elk, but antelope and mule deer, at a rate of 23,000 head a year. Iam surprised, rather, that there are any of these animals left. "1 can remember when elk were still plenty in Kansas and Nebraska, and once their range extended from the Middle Statcs to the l'ac.tic coast. The rapid advance of civil:zation drove them into the dense and as yet unin habited regions of Minnesota and the northwestern territories. If th...

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 July 1890

-(otton \"ormi I'roi, 'its. i i, .\ c(' ii4tshli.ri bli a .n.t lit f fLiar f agricultural li ..itp t: 'I'll, ri, ii_. lii prohbability i' , . ri I'. , thi- I+ v'ear frl ill c('itt, n \, i'i,'I c .A timng the I ill-t' I t' i ii ii insi '. , t'' i i ll, til'.-t I'4 xi'_ it. '' i ti th e H Irniht'k ion t iia1 ., 'i.l it'rk- '. iblh y walrnl w inlt,,r 11 " .4 4,l411141 tl tili, lsw ft n, hs tt ill,.it'l't i li ' i \las  'pihlll 1ia. i 1 lzit,\ , .1 it tilt' ,, -'.uottotn \ ori (',on ll ltIIti I. h .hl t it h L itt!,' lItck in .iltln'irv\. ;llll : ,tilt, thing of the ki l w -;, \i t 'r.: i 41 in 1 tllt rJi Sl utii ih i 1 thl' t i, iji' 4,. tiii Th II l t tf lia ' ti ti ('i 't:lt en I t, Ii ' .1 that a 1w rnl ilntr i !i 1l,4I 1 i;4 . ti lth I tt fu, r t111- lilt' r. ti, nil, f thi t Ilunith s. We ti not thii k i tlnt t inl -e jiect'(iailly ~ritt i i lti.r h a; t'1, i then fillt itd tIy a alut 1 e tt1,Pe u .wi 'I wll ret' ll "". t liii t ;?j t tii' t . fr no th ,er p it sli.'l. 1tn...

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 July 1890

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Official Journal.  JUSTICE TO ALL. $ Sx.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. V. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATURDAY, JULY 19th 190. No. 22. •~ • roun IF I-a in I m The Weekly Messenger. Pubhished Every Saturday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. 7S Subscription $100 a year in advance. ADVERTISING HATES. "PACE. 1 n 2 ins 3 6 ml y One inch... 130 2 51 3040 500 800 Two inhe(ls. 2 50 3 50 450 80) 14 00 Three inche 3: Ot 45 0 3 35010 00 18 00 Four incuIeIs 0) 3550 651 121) ]2200 Five inellt. 500 6 30 7 501 14 (NI 26( N Sig iraclhe.. 6011t 7 :,01 I50 16(00 30(10 One column 5 0 21)00o 204 45001 7500 Traisient aeertisnetnts, 75 cents plr nch fir first insertion; 50 cents for each subsequelnt . sertlonl. O)tliial or legal advertisements. $1 per 14 inch for first insertion: and 50 cents for each subsequent Insertion. a0BIrief coannmnlications upon subjects of public interest, solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. DR. C. B. SANDERS, (HOM~t.OPAT...

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 July 1890

ALBERT BIENVENU. Tihe ( , li lti,.. \ , :. r. .\l .a .iit:' fr :a , our a,,s ii Ii .. a t .' a ,L.,' to 'u" "-i - :i,,e iii h'aa i-, o rat, thalt lit' t1,o k ii(, t' .akt. !- I I anr I,ra:tkftºt. Ai, ,thi r lr'l ki l ,ata thit l thtok ,on ba,ialr:t a. lia!t and % hv l ak,1l if a tphy-ie i.i pr(,-t rial.t it >.ai : 'No, I pre f, ribi,,, it f,,r f ( .,( !f." A n I) ,,il its (lomi ta, juim ,mli int in 3l.,:itr i!M, where' Ia mt: hlI i.al 1 taln dli:tiit 1 l to pay noi ,I Ili r .i l a , l; tt f,,r h a v i w _' c . l ld ' u p o n a c ': - ,n i n a t a c t , r y witl tihe \ixi w t I, aol'ti - k. d l. it. The court bhl that t!h, ' ,l au ii i taf t i:,,l,.abtor i: the Irl ta pla , t :tt w hi chl t, aitmu l llllmty that ita wi:,a. It further dellarted that to 'lk an ti it tr,.,ts- far molli.y that i lue tul oatit at at : a :i I-:t u itlt. Am: ericn. I p,-li is It-ginm ing t( Ili- not It ia IaIl iprtap",l 1 tt hllH a :\Vrihls E .ictrtlical EI aa, itio in -'r:l:akf,,rt il .lull(. ti xit, ...

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 July 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 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 19 July 1890

Ne:gro \Voters. wi' I it saii \\'t" ,li4 , tilhe foillowinlg article i frinl liiht ,ii1',,li cl f thl I)Daily tw, ;tate, ..t. e f 1211 inst.. it ii an ar- dIer ti !, thn;t -l,,ntil le rei l c1rerfnlly ver l',\ l ti 1 u,', \lat('r. We ,In- the is"Illl it t, tllhir i ,,nsiieration. CIO) \,.igr,-s ttai.sisiZe sollte party of 494 ,itle whsIl-r r they vote. The men fall They ihli t,, Is feaat \,ill always resent hal tI ii l, 1-' i,;l.agency' ill contributing to thi !hat is-illt \\ I. !tihr the successful par- p on t I:- ;shll\ r c.hietly black or only par- rs ily Ilnk th.ir white opponenits will the 'irg'" thei rt.-il' . the direct colse- ne ,:i.,,'i5, *.f lH.I : \s ting. There may be 7 but lintll aullinsn,-ity where white voters u b "u"'. 1,,4,sllI, lvy a mlajority of their own i ap ri au,. '; lhati' t r had feeling there ma nI:si +,}.. s,,iliiiiiuily subllildes by the time gil th' ",t«, a:r rl lounted. This has been ian' - Yiallv ititc itali- in elections entire- gr I, fair whtir n...

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. — 26 July 1890

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Official Journal. - JUSTICE TO ALL. SI .oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. V. Sr. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATUKDAY, JULY 26th 189o. No. 23. The Weekly Messenger. Pubhlshed Ever) Satiurday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. --- in jpubsl)cription $1 I00 a 3ear in adlance. AI)VEltTISlNG I'I'TEb. r ; At I I. I I i 2 1 :, ll,. i ; I l y l y Ol, ic h... 1 50 2 0i .1 I) .,O1 l .lN) lw-in-<'ll. 2: 0 350 450 SI4l IN l) fr Tlhre in'll t,- 1 I:) 1 )1 1 ll: 1) 1 I ) Fietl iil'h ; 40l a: 110 G.i)) 12:II 22IN) I Five in I, h . hitlti It .1) 14 14 1 021 1N1 Six in ihl I -., l)il0 73)11 4 ) I4 II 3( 1 ) w Onut. dltl i. MIN) 24) 11), 2400U  4 00i 7 00 T'raisieut advertis ei'ltl-, .'j cents lpt r tr Iohl for first illsertionll; 30 ,Ucents fr each subselluent inlert1o1. (ftlhuial or I.'al aidveiti.elilent>, $1 per l l *iich fir firsl insertion; and :,) cents fir i each subtynelit inslrtion. 7llrief ci nltlltiiiciiations ul115on subijects PI of public iuterest sol...

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 July 1890

thje DbUtk l iltesenner PUBLIIHED , EEKLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. BA('ROFT, THE HIllTORIAN. The Venerable hla,t!ar Ne.arly Oue I:luaI dtired Years Old. Advice, fritn 'aslhintit.:: are to the effect that Ho n. (iorge lt:ai roft. the historian. is sufferilng fr.:n 'he o'ff.ts of a recent attack of il!,,.w, hich, cottltbinted with the intirtnities of ao, keeps himnt a pri-,onr, nott only to his rrmLn but to his Ibd. 'T'h. (Gordon setter hich used to accompany Mr. Bancroft on his horseba 'k rides sat pensi ely at tlh.1 doo)r waiting for th. master w he w Ill never again mnoiunt the saddle. 1Mr BIancroft's active life ha. ,rasedl entirely. i(n tine days, pe! io-(u to this late attack, he walke.l slol I. ,ut in the sunsihine. l,.ani, oIn the ar: ,of his faithful servillng man. It is per haps not generally known that Mr. Bancroft is the onlv pIrivate e(itte'n in the United States. a-ilie front 'x- sien ators, who is aniitttel to the II, or of the Senate. h:is :anie Incig incribn d on the pla...

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 July 1890

- o a' 1 KSSED ANOTHER MAN'S WIFE. "You ecoundrpl." ylle, y'nmg Jacob Grbee ' Yout kise1 my wife upon th, stret, I ougnt to knock you down." " That's where vou'r'. wrong" god Brown replied. In auccents mid and meek; "'I kiasad her; that I've not denad, But I kissed her on the cheek ad I did it because she looked so hand- , wrapper and faithf:illy carried out for ine-the very picture of beauty and many years. It is a positire specific for health. What is the secret of it :" leucorrliea, painful menstruation, unnatural "Well." replied Green, "since you ask suppr'wsa;ins, prn aps;ls or falling of the it. I will tell you: she uses Dr. Pier'e s Fa- w,:im, weak ha'k. anteversion, rtrover v rite Presription. I accept your apology. si lringt-lo,wn sensations, chronic con (.ood night." g-.stl, . anllarnati.,u and ulceration of the An unhealthy woman iL rarely, if e-*er, w,,nn,. beautiful. Th,' peIuliar diseases to whl'i.h A. a r"gula '-* :el ,.omoter of functional g many of the sex are sub...

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 July 1890

of th' Nrtheernli jlurnal arei S , --r f- Itf 11,r i..,111 t iil, e i~tdif I . - I : r I a bi - t ,li, ,i i lII d ,i t d o in t, "! j - : - ilii(',iit attei tion tL rfl",.,, I ed a i t he merit- of i-il gilig o il l ongreest. It . !.;" tlat tthe agitation for free S,,' ! ,,it id ilely to a few Western v , ', , f -iiter linel, ianl to meinmbers i on'll ress who favor it for piartisaan of Cours it is ti:it ural for New York II vls to rl lil alprove and belittle what S'l .tret I ills lrejudiclial to its in , ini the hiope that tlhe chealer ie ,I n:.,i Ien kept iIn tihe background so :i..t EIastlrn capitili'it- and money lelt tlyl conlltitue to exort high rates of S, 4 il Iul 1l,4. i 1t:e is to-day outs-ide of Wall street I,: I .ilite l ian i f lilly irlo iinene ,; failed to note the fact that in 1 tl, lire pi redietions made as to S, ,i .tTets to he exlpected fromn . i ia coinage of silver, the free -,,ply of the whiite metal has been so i,id by the counltry that there is i0 il tig...

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. — 2 August 1890

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Si:rnal. JUSTICE TO ALL. - $I.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. V. SI. MIARTINVILL.o, LA. SATL'RDAV, AI'GUST 2, 1890. NO. 24. The Weekly Messenger. Published Ever\ aturday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. y ubscription $100 a year in advance. AI)VERTISING RIATES. lE. I 2 ms 31m 6mIi ls y --1- One in'h.. 150 250 300 500 800 Tsoin'ch... 250( :.) 450 800 1400 Threein',ch 301 4 501 5501000 1800 Four inch., 400 55(0 6 30 1250 2200 Five iue'ibr.' 5utl 50 750 1400 2600 Six ih.... GO O 750 850 1600 3000 One column 1l001, 20(1) 24001 4500 7500 Transient a'dvertisenents, i cents per .nch for linrt insertioni; 50 cents for each subsequenl inlertumn. Odichial or legal advertisements, $1 per ai inch for tirst insertion; and 50 cents for each subsequlent insertion. rl1rief tonlnunications upon subjects of publie interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. DR. C. B. SANDERS, (uIOMEOI'ATHIST.) PHYSICIAN, SURGEON & ACCOUCHEUR. Con...

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. — 2 August 1890

Ije a1ekln Iteletnper PUBLISHED %EEKLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. A general suslension of payments for one year has been f,,un nec:.sary in the Argentine lRep;uble to all, ., the c:,nlmer cial and financi i; men th et ov:er the r - sults ot the wil l 1.: i alit: ai in ,i t hh they hate itemn ;n'luiin ,, : '. Amnon. ti ii rimr:in:~a -w int' l in N.; Y'ork Ity,, n I h r ,''- ,t ', ng ftai tit. l ,n tit l n i t : t" a i:.. , ! r,. :t" s th l t L, , . . , :t , .. T :t"' . - ' in ii e o n a ' I t I . ,- n I t t :i .1 -. thatol oinl thy at ti: a tno . t t Chinei trothoiirrtw ltr at ,r , i: t thse nu ou,: of rn'rn .ri t In ,,le IhI.. Fromi tie lira, in n,,:norial Stv,'r , i r thi, been hper:itt ' I to lie t n th- n, ' : n : tell tv e lu tl: t lll"y til l i t "' t lt'ngt Emrtpror i .tcl Ia d"r. r t' al taehi- :a f h, stopped :Ind th',t the li t:, run,,' t.'i t he truth. Th, downfall of thhe Ib'pire, in predicted throiugho; tho ut ar;n Small storckeceper< oI tea c ,mlpit' of be ing ruined by ...

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. — 2 August 1890

WATERY VILLAGES. The Strange Homes of the Bololo Tribes in Africa. Building Houses on Piles in Swamps to Avoid Enemies. From a commercial point of view,the richest itll tent of the Congo, the great East African river, is the Lalungu, whose mouth ;s situated a few miles above the IRui. The Lu'ungu is forme I by the c"'nfll.ince of two rivers, the 3!alinti and Lpori, which, uniting at the p'oplouu~ v1 i:iLL of Massaukuso, bencefortii f,,rm: a stream a mile in wirlth, and prub'-b.y one hundred antd fifty 1n1 ,l1 Ia l ng:h, until its waters a:e .wa;:.wc I up in those of the ni.g.ty C: >4O. Tais l'w'r stret:ch of river i; in: ia 'ited by l,ink unlu ivory sal s.:iv, tr.a lrs; the uppe: ;c:ache+, as far a+ the s .n:aps aroun I t}:_ h1_"dl water, of tiihe 3N1 inga ni Lop ri, by the IL.i I)lo proper, .:.t|l rule tribes of elephant hunters, who store their ivory until the p(.rio l icil visits of the down river tra lcrs, when they exchange it for b, ads, cowries anul brass ornaments. Thes...

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. — 2 August 1890

Police Jury. Meetings of the Poli."e Jury of the Parish of St. Martin now constituted under the law as a BIkard If Reviewers for aforesaid I arih, July 8th I90. At 9 o'clock a. Io., the Board was call ed to order; W're lre-ent lion. E. A. ])uchamp, President and Messr-. (ute kunst, Savoy and St. Germain; Ahbsrnt Mr. Auguste Ledoux. Tie minutes of yesterday's meeting were read and approved. The Lists of Assessmlent were laid be fore the Board by the assessor. The Lists of tile 4th Ward were taken up and ex amined until 1 o'clock p. in., at which time the Board took a recess of one hour. At 2 o'clock p. m., the Board met and took up work until 5 o'clock p. m., at which time the Board adjourned to to morrrow 9th instant at 9 o'clock a. m. Wednesday July 9th 1890. The Board met at 9 o'clock a. m. Absent Mr. Auguste Ledoux. Work was taken up examining T.; : of 4th Ward. At 1 o'eclock p. in.. a r .. was taken until 2 o'clock p. m. At 2 o'clock p. min., the Board was call ed to order. The ...

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