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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 9 August 1890

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Official Journal. JUSTICE TO ALL. . lI.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. V. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1890. No. 25. !':e Veckily Messenger. Published Ever Saturday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Lditor and Preprietor. !SPubscription $100 a year in advance. ADVERTISING RIATES. sPACE. I1 in2 ma 3 mse 6 m ly 1 One inch... 130 250 300 500 800 Fwo inclh's. 251) 3 50 4 50 800 1400 Th1reeintkc' 3001 450 54) 1000 1800 Four Inihe. I 400 550 650 l1 50 2200 Five Inehb. 500 650 7801400 2600 Sixi,,., . 600 750 850 16003000 One cilonu : 15 00 2800 40 4500 7500 Transi* nt advertisements, 75 cents per a nch fr first insertien; 50 cents for each sabsequenit insertion. O)ticial or legal advertisetents. $1 per 14 inch for first insertion; and 10 cents for each sul)begqulet insertion. Brrlrief 'anmuinlections pen subjects of public interest solicited. Ne attention will be given to anoinymous letters. h al DR. C. B. SANDERS, (IOMcoPATrIsiT.) PBYRICIAN, RCUREON & 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. — 9 August 1890

gilt Wleckln tlestunert Pt I;I.IsIIEi 1xF.i.ll i. Y IN ALBERT BIENVENU. invf etc-d in tie l i. tr., ,l i"i:.,try in th. country duri;:::; 1it1. :L-t -, r. It appear'- t tirt h )n-trul tiG, of n*. railroais in the int- SI 'tt.- lurin hi first four lmontil of 18t111 ha, bIeen abstll one thousand on:, hundrel andl ti a miles. A wasteful slaughter of moose is saidl to be carried on upon the ulle r Ottawa River in Canada. The animals are killed merely for their hides, and the carcas.;es are leftinu O woods. The President of the Columbian Fair in Chicago is to receive $6000 annually; ,Vice-President, $12,000; Treasurer, $5000, and Auditor, $5000. Vice President Bryan receives a larger salary because it is expected that he will relieve President Gaze of most of the work. Second Vice-President Potter Palmer d: clined any compensation. The chicken business is a matter o! wonderful importance to the table coPI fort and the financial outlook of the American farmer. Government statistics, show...

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. — 9 August 1890

gWg A ND NOTES FOR WO E. A plaitin; of llack lawn underneath the hem o the -kirt, .,o ithat it cannot be eeni, is 3 grctt pr,,tcction to i walking f Of the more th:in 4009 students who I"e joino I the volunteer movement for 1 s06ig6 msi,,'u about one-quarter are igena. p The money annually spent for cosme s by the women of this country would iat 17,000 houses, allowing $75 for house. SSowe American and many English insist on short, very short skirts ~dl their daughters under fourteen of age. gicept for very young children, the 0greeaway bouncts have given place to bge poke hats of soft felt, beat ,with irich plumes. J, t. L,agtry says: "A woman of the 6dfist white skin, with light blhe 'yes Wd pale blond hair, becomes +, poem b s yellow gown." 1.e Duchess of Albany, widow of' the 's invalid son, took a regular as hospital nurse, and' bas just ved her diploma. Iau Denmark most of the girls are wused in agriculture, which is there an portant industry. The owners ot farms gteive pup...

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. — 9 August 1890

The Farmers' Alliance. The above organization held its an nual meeting in Baton Rouge this week. President T. S. Adaams delivered his an anal address. After reviewing the pro gree, made by the Associati"n, he spoke as follows regardinig the political posi tion of the Alliance: "Your organiza tion is non-partisan, political. It bridges the chasm made by the late war between the sections and proposes to brush aside political demagogues, who, for sinister and selfish reasons, stand, crowbar in band, to pry open the breach between north and uenth. "But we made no new vehicle for the ambitions to ride llnto power. "The oflice must seek the man." We ask a charge l of measures, not a change of men. If, however, our just demands are disregard ed, we shall see to it that we elect to of fce capable agents to protect our rights. "The incongruity that exists in the Mlective franchise in the southern states, the infusion into the bodly politic of a large colored element, as yet unfamiliar with t...

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. — 16 August 1890

THE WEEKILY MESSENGER. Official Jcurnal. JUSTICE TO ALL. - si.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VI)L. V S. i XAR'INVILLE, LA. SATURDAn , AUGUST 16, 1890. No. 26. The \Veckly Messenger. 1'ublltheil Evl"ry Saturday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. ?'SubsJtiption $1 0) ,ear in advance. AlDVElTTIsNG RATES. Si'A( E. I il '2 ins 3itn 6 isjl y 'rwo id'l I 2 0i 4 301 4S ( 14 00 rl'hree inhi: 3 ItO 4 35.01 4)!O0 o Its 100 'our in'hee- I4 -I ) 5 ti ; 0112 50 3" 00 Five inu'he . 31., 4, 17 .i) 14 0( 2~100 ii inc he, .. il 7530 , IGt 1 110 .I(N) e col tIuniiI ; f5 'll 4 20) (), 2" ~4 , ( 11 (), oiJ '1'r.lbinOit :i l%' 'I't iilithlli , 3 C JntS per 'tch for tir.t i iu'ertil ; 30 cents for eacit ub ,sequlnt illnertiln. Olliciat ,r leb,al ad\verti leants. $1 per '4i inehi for tir t i'."ri ;,a: antd 30 cents for th.b sohu- elnt ins, rtion.  oi ublic l tirt, .t : tliciteld. N, :ate ntioll "hill be giv, 1 to anmr"mnits ltters. lu. L . 1. S.\NI)ERS, Sli<t ,!" I' IITI' tl r r.) PH\l.lt'...

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. — 16 August 1890

eije tlleckln iftles ieier PUBLIsIILEID s EEKLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. The annu!l r$ipo:t ,,f th, Scretaty ol the Senate it a.n i" t-:ir ,oicumcnt. Accordiiun t:, ii -( h ,!;. t:ie S..'ator used, durinh_, their lIa-: .(.;,ion, about forty cases of .Apolli:.:;ri, water, fotirtcen boxes of lemno::,, 3 t ,.i Is of -ra:iu lated sugar an(1 7,,0') i oun: o ice. Everything elk.e was taken in executive session. It is not general:v lnown that the United States posses'.i `inarly one-half of the total railway miliet,. of thie \nrld, and when it i c(, si.li- r I tr it f, ir-:iftbh of the preseat ý i:u.ic sv-:tern of rtail ways has beet cua tru'ted sin H, te, i :, of the war this fact is thl, more si:i!i':nt. The United St::tes La, out tri . ! other nations in ullny thie, but i:,, tihal all in tiiw mattl r of its rilw :is, whi.ich have become tl- 'rat, ;t of :ill ,:hl r en. terprisis or il :ullt . t nil it-s un itil greater that a',;y oth r it 're-t in thc world. Aiec rin.r, t. ,i r,:' .,'i pu...

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. — 16 August 1890

CROCODILE PITS.' A TUIP TIIItOUG ( I S031E AN. 'CIINT EIG Y'TI.N CAVERNS. Thoi'mand-1i of Gildi',l nnid Torn I-'tamienlts of An-cient People The Sarcophagus of the Priests anti Sacred Animals., The mtulle'n -1dem:iiil fr n:mtnnieid cats r(,mindls mii. if a vi-it paid mlany years ( 1-til- t lhe 111t lI; cro, odlile pits of llu i ,,icih. It xi.iy s.ifely lie as-unllt that tile wh t, ihave viited MIalabtilill arct very ftiw. It lie i sotn, di,'anerce from the gih-,. I-,hind Miianf:ll tot, where no one ,,11 d( in tlhe 1,z.',i oil d:tleceh days, ani il, ii llodtrln ste luer I. ly tonli h; iolltre over. the pits ire in the de.ert itself, sau-w hur-" rilih. "'Murray." prudnitit a. u:-uail, ,let nuot eneourage the adven turi :1 . The ientl'aie of it- pit- is an ohlhlon, fi"sur' ill then, mid le, of a small pitill:m anIn'In thle Iimoutliti---that is, no other (unlt ra' 'r11 kit i noni isn I e;:1 There are fo i, for d -'1 nt. tI )n1e ili hm let one0 s'l" fll 1it, err lmltter of lninet or ten ...

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. — 16 August 1890

1egult(r t'lt lin- of the. l'tlicet .':r, iof th,. tal-h of St. M:tlm in, h11 ,1 i \ 0 ,tn b ,y . \ 1 i . t i h l l . I t . *t . It 11, - clock 1. ',1.. t ,e \l,'ting wa ralled ,to tr-,hr. TIll r,,ll wa- called ;tIlln tlhe foll .in't IIiatl+l l ýIr11iI'4 t1em'blr ° a , to their aib. : I lion. HE. 1 iuthniliap. prei,~,':lt and W e rsr. ta+ 1 y . ,r- o" , fis A ll Pil lt|.p rý. (il 'lsk1ml t :Iti, I. I ,!ln . ! !ir. .. I.. Hii x: . :, I . l tn :lih'r to repr,' it i, :,th i t i n hi il ,is ,,,ly by virtu, f hio l ans r nli-ion frolnl 111 G(ovlrinor of the State datetd July I.th The tliltitet' of the last notti ng were read atli approved Mr. Illprelln Ilolwz was appointedit rioad ter-eer for tlhe Ith districit oif thIe 1t ward in pliace' iof Mr. Harry Snylde-4 who hInt left the parith. l'he I 'lrk wais dlirtete,t to inotify the road l.,:tw.ýerc that inll.+s work on1 the tubli' ri:ad. of the ill arrih in tihe present mnitth 'heyv will I- reportedl tothe rant Jury for hati lot'faillj ...

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. — 23 August 1890

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER, ... ... .~ ~~~ i- - - n n , .nn ... - - = I U . . . . . . . . l Official Journal. - JUSTICE TO ALL. - S$.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. V. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATURDAV, AUGuST 23, IS9o. No. 27. The Weekly Messenger. Published Every Saturday. ALBERT .ENVENU, Ed 'or a roprietor. XSiebscription $100 a year in advance. ADVERTISING 1RATES. SPACE. 1 in 2 ms 3 ts 6 His 1 y -"--I - - --1---- one inch... 1 50 250 300 500 8 00 'Two leches.j 250 350 450 800 1400 Three inches 300 4 5) 550 1000 s18 (00 Five inches. 5001 6 50 7 0 14 (00 200 Six iobes.. o00 7 50 8 50 1600 3I01) Onecolulan 1300 20000 2400 4500 700 Transient advwrtisements, 5 cents per ach for first insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Otficial r legal advertisements, $1 per t inch. for first insertion; and 50 cents for ,ach smbsequent insertion. 7Brief communications upon subjects ,f public interest solicited. No attention •vill ib given to anottnymous letters. DR. C. B. SANDERS, (IIO...

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. — 23 August 1890

IEbt eltekln it eetnnter PUBLISHIED V, EEKLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. Farm and Firesid., thinks that the pre Msiling low prices of firm products, con Sequent on tontinuI:l ovtrproduction. will force the farmer o,f this country tc diversify their indluitrie;. ` Young .laps are regardbed by American vaval ofiers: as the best kind of servants on shiphoa:rd. They aire marve!s of neat ness, intelligence, otedlitene and cour tesy. Some .lI:ips of excellent position at home are performing scll services on American men-of-war. Thy cea,ily pick up en(ouh Eaglisah to ti ,.r .tain or lers, and they have tena'i :u- imemoris for their employers' pe:cliaritics of taste. Jap servants, however, are. haIrI to get hold of, it being well nigh I.npaihia'- t get at them save tirough their fellow countrymen. An intereting dl-iion w:; r,'eently rendered in St. Louis. Thea tirm of A. & T. It. Pullis orderel1 of the Pal iek Hawley Iron Company ci.rtain goods by telenhone. When a bill for 57173. 1 wag prese...

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. — 23 August 1890

SAM PATCH. SHIAN WHO JUMPED INTO LASTING FAME. here He Got His Taste for Jump - ts Exploits at Paterson, , igara and Rochester-The Leap that Cost Life. pawtuW ket Fallk are entitled to a place i history ,ther than by reason of the ely manufat, ture wH hich began by their d, or th,. ,rent variety of manufactures ow carried on arunI them in the thriv Scity which ba:rs their name. At t ,e fal-I, in N ih:t may bie called the publi' car,.rr of a m;Ia ho lie fame ex tends all o\ r :hi' c. 'lutr. tand who even w :as humble ini:tator. It wa; at thee tali, that suna Pat, h ilrst learned h1w to ulmp f'r ,1 ;rat h, ights into the water. The true a' :,:;ut of Sam Patch has ever b.'n wr itten. The -ketches of his ets in jumlin,' in N,. .hir-ey, at Nit 4 Fallk aml :at ;ene-,e Falls mitay lbe pbstanttalix correllt. but dly the mteres.t mention has- icln mndle of his earyi life. Some of lth I l, ieli.is say he was born is Rhanlie llanil in 1I 7, w hi,'h i. true vaither as to pla'e nor date. Sonie...

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. — 23 August 1890

For the Levees. Sheriff Gardemal received Wednesday the following letter which is self ex planatory. The residents of the east side of the Bayou are all subject to this, tax: P'OIT AI.LE., Lt., Aug. 13, 1810. Mr. Gabriel Gardemal, Sheriff and Tax Collector, of St. Martin, Dear Sir. Your attention is called to the follow ing resolutions which were adopted this day by the Board of ('ommissioners of the Atchafalaya Bavin Levee District and you are requested to comply with them at once. He it resolved; That a local assessment or forced contribution for the year 18~J of twenty five cents per bale of cotton, twenty flye cents per thousand pounds of sugar, seven and one half cents per barrel of syrup, two cents per barrel of molasses. one and one quarter cents per sack of rough rice and one and one quar ter cents on a barrel of esculents pro duced within the limits of the Atchafa laya Basin Levee District, and the tax collectors of the several parishes com posing said district are hereby o...

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. — 30 August 1890

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Official Journal. " JUSTICE TO ALL. - $i.oo Per Year, Invariably in A~dvance. VOL. V. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. `ATURDAV, AULGUs 30, 1890. Nc. :S. the Weekly Messenger. P'ubltlhed Every Saturday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor and Proprl.tor. i "Subscriptlbu $100 a year in advance. ADVt'RTISLNG It. TE. SPACE. 1 in 2ms n 3 nisis ly SOne nch... 1I50 230 300 500 800 wo inches. 2 50 350 4 50 8 00 14 00 'threeinches 3 00 450 5 50 1000 1800 iour lunches 4 00 5 50 6 50 12 50 22 00 Ftve nluches. 500 6 50 7 50 14 002600 ilz Inches.. 600i 750 8 50 1600 3000 ne column 1'500 2000 2100 45 i0 7500 Transient advertisements, 75 cefi's per ..ach for tirst insertion; 50' cents f6: each Subsequent insertion. Official or legal advertisements, $1 'er h inch for first insertion; and 50 cents for -each subsequent insertion. (Brief coniunuications upon subjects 'of public interest solicited. No attenti~. 'will be given to anonymous letters. DR. C. B. SANDERS, (riit EO"TN.rtIST.) 'PHYSI;'IAN. SURG...

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. — 30 August 1890

lec tIUttkln Jilwsenger PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. I The Russian near has apparently given John Chinaman a bad fright, as John is now indu triously eneaiged in massing troops on the Liberian frontier. The Chinamen fear that the llu,ian forces contemplate making an attack on them. Lonlon Truoh calls attention to the following illustration of the anomalies resulting from the preposterous English rates for "ocean postage." A letter from any part of the Unite:l States goes to India for live cents. From England the postage is ten cents. The United States letters are actually transmitted through England. That is to say, a letter may come from San Francisco to Ntw York, thence to Liverpool and thence to India for half the postage of a letter from Liverpool to India. The question of whether or not it is cruel to dishorn cow, is now before the tlcotch courts, the defence being that it is necessary to cut off the horns of Irish and Canadian cattle to keep them from goring each other...

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. — 30 August 1890

S(MEWHAT STRANGE. ACCIDENTS AND INCIDENTS OF EVERY-DAY LIFE. gueer Episodes and Thrilling Adven tures Which Show that Truth is Stranger than Fiction. Eurit''. n Frin/ .h,-1t.lih .f A.t triol l:i just alrt s y , ,'t.pe.l h: i h 'n : a . Ati i.n crp., .hI ,vit int., hi. irln. in -pit' ,.f all the oho,'t°t i - of hi - l t ,.i -talf 'tund tilt Minit, r of \V`ar. hr, l',li-h whihm from l.tinhrI applitd :at t ith Mini-try tof War M in Vi t. l b lit fotu ir of wteks a'i f or peria -i4n to er_.llite. a volunts t r Arm; ,on core, for th,. imptr-i.l Au-trian and Hungarianl :uny. The Ii titiltn, (c'ltajin ijg the altIuillit it- of thlt three i'oli-h womo;n, uri._ th tl t th'y -houlh be al 10 ed ti, .,li-t ill 1 o i ll- :i t mlo ri., women nil-\ , ta tur l I -.,'tner:il health insurtl ti tlhemti tlt. utn-i it antud enduir snce of tlt :., ra.t nlahl shltlier. It wa% aright,. t the pett; :ti lln sil. of try femnale subjec't l tht .\u-!rian thr,tne to do, as much f-r tlit fathterl:rl ., her bro...

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. — 30 August 1890

~ -ý IsC II'~PP·~J rC~et~i'c.1.''.' 1. ~ r ThIe L' 'i -:1.410' ( :!n'' thought I.:, i lstriet ill-tr:. , , : · · '' t.' lcofer gri~t. r . ! 'the Conn!, 4'. s erit.lf I I""1.1: 1' . . e I, ithe «ifhi rti 1. 111 I\, l t ile th 1 : t , ::." I ·. ·- ,:t IMy law4 ri4' l l';' ý, ,,,...... .. · ; (levying f'"1 i I.' ~ "" ý 1( 1 f· g lr l t:,." I 11'1'" III ,I:~il: .."' 1 ,"'!I 1 'ci .a Itlaji rrlt i'f lly, 1.".t I.; : ;1 I". I- ill 'cerileI id .ili t t. ." f the tutr r ; " ii t'.""', l: ,, · Illr'c'tl III lug jlilrp 1.- I . '' ;" .i;1, tht .Stat'e, ti'ir!" Il: II: ,:II 'tax- ' yr otiur1,4:111 t14rtf. 'KIb a ingSpurch .,v, tt eix I. .f ·'; ; . ti t ptciir v.11 .i1'- . .. ' . .14'." I: ' t : x hiv,:.}'e gralit-.l~~ ares tim: I'.4"; . 'l·lt 4 I i. *ti -1'i" lit 111( 'rin hre-jit f'r t ih ie IA r :1 , fl IIuf -ti rw Slll'll a l .'11'11t1,U f i .' ;" '· :;lull'} ith out ji..t . 1 l' . i, ;4:4'. ii r S liet ! moreiii t Ilin . ' . !; .1of pot v l ; ; I ,'I.,V r. .itI I,. ic:li " f law. i: i --,'t...

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. — 6 September 1890

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER, Official Journal. JUSTICE TO ALL. .oo Per Year, Invariably in Advan'ce. VOL. V. ST. MARTINVIL._LE, LA. S.\TUIRDA, SEPI'TEMBEIIRIl 6, 1890. No. 29. The W'eekly Messenger. 'ulIshed I'very SaturdLay. ALBERT P!ENVENU Editor : Prl 'opriietor. - - -- ---- SPAn.CE:. I 1 I n . l . 3 td: G nt l y %One it'lh... 1 50 2 51 511 (N ) 0 'Twoincohe-. 2 511 :31 I) -0 500 11I(HK) "rbree in'h :o t u 1 51 5 sd 10 08f IS 00 4-'our inuh.- I0)0 3531)0 1 5l12 0 220H) FP've inlcdu . 51.il ; 5 0i 7 50 11 oI "i111) -$ix ia h,'-.. ' '.. 7 ,15 sc )1 3o iH, .n)e etolun : .15: 00 2 th1 2 l : n l .1) I 7- 0 0 'O Transient aldvrtie'lints, 75 ce::s pr :neh fr fir' in'rtion; 50 ci º:r for each subsequen i'lsert1il. Ollicial or lh'.al :v1 ,rtisea1 c s, $1 per "1) inch for first inert il; anid .50 cents for g-ea h tiut e 'llll ill ,0oriol1. C7i"!rief (cnillnir.ctions upion sljects 'of puhlic interest solicited. No attention 'Will be ,i v,,n to anaginulv tl t:'. DR. C. I. SANDERS, (I I 4l,)IP....

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. — 6 September 1890

itLc * tjeklj hessenner PUBLISuHED 1t EEKLY Bt ALBERT BIENVENU. France, has: half a' m:any leojle as the Unitedl es, bu ht her natiuonal debt is twice as :great .w ours. The Treasur3 i),part:,.ent :t \t Washin_ ton has receive:l :r. irn n-llyv lirge amount of "'crn,,cioHm c mnnn.,y" lateiy. Pro,tressiv, :Ariwllltulre is -aid to be as far advanced and tully developedi in Western NeIw ,,rk :L, any section of thi' Country. Tihe city of Philadlelphia make; a profit of more than ~1.)p,0000 a year by supplying gas to the cnsilmers, beuides having the entire city lighted free of cost. The prevailing epidemic of homwirde, Including suicide, will shortly demand the att"ntion of the State. declares the New York S'a, fur at its present rate the artificial mortality will begin to af fect our vital statistics. General Greeley, of the Signal Service Bureau. does not think that this country will sutier any extraordinary damage from tornadoes. lie says that the build ings destroyed are generally ...

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. — 6 September 1890

THE TABLET DANCE. AN ANIMAL FESTIVAL OF THE PUEBEO PLAINS. parrot Feathers Necessary for the Ceremonial- A Picturesque I'roces sion- -Indian Clowns-Cruel Sport. Of the anrnudl fstival held in the var joto ti, n- f the P'uebloh lndian. of .lex jit, thtt :t S:nttu I),nint,., on the l-th of ýug. t i. -n, of the most important. mrnnt tlhe. I'utldhs. .untto I)oningsl aouit thirty nihls s.othi t. of Santi. lce, on the tb:anlk of the lio (th;oule, is onet of tihe I Ire-t. Tli'l river in time1 of freshet uein:tt' the tuisn,. and many Veat ago, durin" : tl0.id, it chatneitld it ct:intnl. enultin abilut half the town. The , . in hbhitants thus diuphi-.-..edl Ibuilt their redhout s e- on ithi-hr .roungl to the east. of the old ills ,. ,, that uto I)ornlint,; is really a doblle , ilha c, with twuo dik tinct kinds of ao,,ridinal arehiitectlur. - thei ol, ill which the hui.ci are two storis hi.gh,. 'rr 0e'-shaped and enthrd-d frmin the r,,f; :ant the nle, hin hich the one torV lhour- eh e :ti d...

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. — 6 September 1890

ACT. NO. 97. The act creating The At' haatt.y;. 1:a pin Levee District hus been pro;:,iJg.:ted and put into operation. Whether i %iill prove a good Act, and whether the eou anlhsioners appointed to control aid lan age it will render it a sueress, in preveil ting overt6ws and laundatline cat. only be satisfactort y aaswered after the etst oaf time will be given to dlevelop results. The Legislatin thlat brought this .et into existence, the manller ef its coitie tion and birth are now proper suijects'of distrcussion atnd criticisni. It is; :v act that auilorize Ia Isly of le\ce tcoinuik iloner, wi pinte:i l by the goverlor to a,; aesa grtilarin: ry taxes upon the rei dentebf the di"'rict, in anI hnusal alnd arbitrary manIner, and not, it M IIe as ,serted, in a o nif,rr an:ld equal wetted. How many :eli in ,te .'tchafalaya - sin Le~ve l Iti rict lznew that sucha &i act as that of nullber ;" was ia cootixepla tion, until the i ct hadl been passed, and eigned by the Stitte Executive...

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