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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 11 October 1890

fthe t.Ucciun i*lcýcntner 1'rlt.ISi- EIt v EEK:.V :'V ALBERT BIENVENU. T :.e lf :,., <" l ,, :m:i .... , er -of p ut s -*c e, ,l rth .t fr.ln "iz to be .:-,iglthll. of th, ucutire tIo !,iuf., taf r.,g alit.l of the ,,untry, or : 1thouIand imillini. of d lL ',, is ,lirc t ly ur in 'ire tlylv :t-e ulpon ;-te t.. It seems pretty certain. remarks the ('ic ago Inter-Ii e'an that hth Ianuglanl ard j Ierm.any are 'iting offt li,,ger rlcrt,:ffutls of .Africa than they can chew. Anil Irance doen't seem to iket t . Afri a, llan elian e,., and is idling up, to lus.ta for .% mlpathy. The prices pail for certain recent inv't.os ar '-e such tl to give encour age'll, nt to tlhose pltuky and undlaunt ed inventor, who are still .struggling to mature and formutlato their iCdear. A Major Watkin received for his range finder iT17.,INM), and .:-c),cc)0) has been paid by the iritih 4 ,ovcrncent for the Brennan torpedo. Says the New York I'res: 'Tihe adnmicison of Washington, +Montana and the Dakotas ...

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. — 11 October 1890

gBEAt I itItIT.%f'IN 4 I1)'T IV11 _N NT Ao,,. I t! t" th! -l ""1. t, . 1, .1 O  mt . 'r"1r . 4 . l 11.1 . ei.tl, , .Ir. (Ir f .j.l ionue. of a. . m 111 .- i i c a 1 ,.'p-palper travel ig 1- nglan.d re ,.ilntlY s,,,lte(d off ait Chester. and af te*r a short driive foun,,d himtiself at the Glyn:., A rni, Hotel. Hawarden, and just - ite the Iai:i eitiaunce,. to Iaun..r. (' atl--, the houe of W illlamn Ar - "withli a ltt.r of intr,.hli tion, he 1. : :n; h:intelit u-lhred into the pre.-s.. I tho 1,,.t-knowtt ma:n in tit', Briti: i I, (ire. li, ri ception, of the Dewsl ih . 111111 was at the samei time i :::rie, and affable. but as fat remon' l1 tronm any appearance of patron,:g as from familiarity. Re- c g, ·ing the probabilities of his aecess, t: again to power, Mr. (;lad stone r emarked that though the result '7. FA;N. Wtf. F. GI.AD.MTONE. of the ,-e.lections was of such a char acter a- to make hint most sanguine of the speedy return of his party to power, his hope of such a consum...

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. — 11 October 1890

tells the man that he ~oul,1 stiffer his hasa to he burned off, lbefor, lhe would : it ., tea!. 'hl r' wei r n-, thiv,'s am on g ,i ' . , -,s .- f:., try: t every' hone fr' sn:t :mt it. linle Ahllan 'leterm in,,l !,t." ,re h,, ,-t : .I I ,-tt thl f,,d df his nmother and siFter . t I :',, tr:at ton and walk to North lianil.ton, sonme fitteen miles. The partingr sce'ne her gars description. This is ao !enmsatioinal ietion, but a narrative, in which the five Cardinal Principles of : ('haracter, Troth, llonesty, {Retlectiion. lrses orance, Crowned with Symp:tthy. Evolke Mani gestations of P'ro \iktnee that enalles that Character to ride triunplhaintly the W"hirlwind and Stor, of Life, and the -close connectionr between catnse and con sequenee rest te :al,ove fact, beyond dis purte. At sun down, a waif of eleven, going on twelve yer,. is wten on the public Toad. left Iris nmthrr and sisters so that they would not Scantl themselves to give ~lm fool, a woaderfn:l courage. aind hope s...

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. — 18 October 1890

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Official Journil. JUSTICE TO ALL. . ex.cJ Per Yeer, Invariably inn Avance. VCL. V. ST. MARTINVTLLE, LA. SATURDAY, 'CTOBER 18, 1890. No. 35. the Weekly Messenger. Pubhlshed Every Saturday. ALtSERT *WENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. rSubsIcription $100 a 3ear in it!vance. ADVERTISING HATES. MrACi:. ins 3 m 6 ins I y One inch... 1 0 2501 300 500 8110 two inches,. 2 :r, 350 4 50 8 00 11400 c Three iuches 300 450 55 10 10 00 HM) 'our inches 4 00 550 0 30 1250 2200 g *'ive :che. 500 6 50 7 50 14 00 2, 00 six inches.. F610 7 50 8 50 1100 30:00 Onecolualn IF O 20 00 200 4500 75 00 Transient advertisemlents, 73 cents per :nch for first 4isertion; 50 cents for each t subsequent injsrtion. Official or legal aidvertisemedts, $1 per t4 inch for fir3. insertion; and 3C cents fort each subsequwit insertion. :'Brief . mmunicaions upeon subjects - 'of public inttrest solicited. No attention i will be given to anE'n:'mous ietters. iD!. C. B. SANDERS, ('!tOMcEOPATlttST.) S PHYfTICI...

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. — 18 October 1890

I)et wleklky telr enpger PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. The Boston Cultivator sends out this warning: "Sundry sharpers, with more shrewdness than honesty, are working an entirely new trick upon the farmers out Wat. They go to a firmer and pretend to want to buy his farm at once. The price does not exactly suit the strangers, but they manage while negotiations are going on to install themselves into the good graces of the farmer, and proceed to 'put up' at his house for as many days as they can. After they have stayed as long as they dare, they take their depar ture and look up lodgings with a fresh victim. If their price is met they give the farmer the slip at the first opportuun ity." " Hypnotism is not the only patheolog leal marvel to the fore just now. A recent communication to the Academie de Medecine respecting Dr. Mesnot's in. vestigations as to stigmata or cliches, as they are now often called, shows that it pressure on the skin of susceptible sub- r ects is made in th...

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. — 18 October 1890

"OLD DOG I:OOD." rEWFOUNDLAND SEALERS OFF FOR THE ICE. How the "White.Coats" are Captured on " The Labra 1r"-Slaughtering Young Seals by the Thousand. The sealing inid:try i. ,f e:,at vai to N.wfotun.lllmd For nearly a centl,ry its pr . .,ish ha:ve i. ouoti:tid :i t:l':.1" , to more :ian $1,000,000, a sun ll wlI worth while ', a little col my of only ·1o),0o') The .tlanti' c-al i. a cry different creature frol the noble Ind inttelliecnt animal o,.er whicih the LUiited 6tates antd Great Iiritain are no,w so earnestly contialdin:r . Ou: -'il, the Pribilof serl, is pri.'dl for his -.,ft and he ivy fur: But old dtg h, ,4 " dand hik co"t.in, the "ilarp," are not fur-.:eal at all. Their coat, iexct'l)t during the first -ix months of their lives, is composed oif stiff, rough hair. It possesses no com minercil value whatever. The skin is useful, and more useful still is the thick layer of fat beneath the skin. Shoes, harness, leathern bags, purses and port manteaus are prodtuced from the b...

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. — 18 October 1890

Police Jury. Rlegular Meeting of the Police Jury of the Pl of St. \lMartin, held on this 6th day of Oct. A. D. lma1. At 10 o'clock A. IL, the meeting was called to orler. The following nameDd members answeed to roll call: Hon. E. A. buchamp, president. and M.esersGute kunst, Savoy, St. a~ermai Absent Mr. A. D. Roy. The mtamtes tast meet'ng were read and approved. Mr. Cha.aiutekmnst' excuses were ac cepted for having kiled to attend meet ings of this body held on July 14ih 15th 2lst 226 August ith ed Septmnber Ist 1890. The following commnrcatirln was re -celved read and ordered spread on the minutes. St. MartinvlNe, La, Oct. Gth 1890. To the Hfon. President and members of 'the Pollee Jury 84. Martin parish La. Gent'emae- Being aware that the term'of Cadet A. 'Martin will expire in 1891 and desiring to send my sea teorge to College, and being a widow, resMdent of this parish and not having the mease necessary to defray the elpenses of my boy at the State University. I 'hereby resp...

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. — 25 October 1890

THE WEEKLt MESSENGER. Official Journal. JUSTICE TO ALL. - S.0oo Per Year, tl1variably in Advance. VOL. V. ST. MARTI4VILLE, LA. 1TURAV, OeTOBEk 25, IzEg. No. 36. The Weekly Messenger. Published Every Saturday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor aind Proprietor. ,3-Subscriptionf 1 00 a yek in advsace. ADVE4rTISING RATES. SPACE. 1 in 2 ns 3 inls ims ly One inch... '13 250 100 500 8'00 'rwo inches. 2 50 3 50 4 50 800 14 00 Threeinches 300 4. 5 . X1000 1800 four inches 4001 5 1 6 50 12 50 22 00 five inches. 500 6 50 7 50 1400 2600 ~Si inches.. 600 71 850 1600 30oo00 One column 1500 2000 2400 4500 7500 Transient advertisements, 75 cents per •nch for first insertion; 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. Official or legal advertisements, $1 per 1i inch for first iesertion; and 30 cents for "each subsequent t'Isertion. trt Brief cogmmlunicatio#s ups. subjects 'of public interest solicited. No attention will be given to anonymous letters. DR. C. B. SANDERS, (UOx(ROPATIIIST.) PHYSICIAN, BURGEON &...

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. — 25 October 1890

tIec Weekly teitsen per PUBLISHED sEEKLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. A revolution is taking place in thi 'drinking habits of the Japanese. The rice brandy called "saki," which has long been their national beverage, is be ing supplanted by beer brewed after the German method. In Ociaka the number of beer saloons has increasel from thir teen to almost G00 in the la's four ycars, while the number of rei')rts wii·.re ":ki" is sold has fTllen tli. Years to,):to t .la p were wont to drink 130,0? ,l * 'ilns of "saki" annua:lv. The demai ,l of the lr therh' I E Rnilr,al l"irene , a-- .tublel ii " v, - tion at IIrtfor I, C :: t., th it 'n-r, re luire rilroa ,.nl i <t.. t :  "t : brakes, it, in ti-, oTii; , . ,f ti N,'v YorK Her',td, re -on:blc anI ju-. O(: nearly all the rail, oa i in the 'nuit. I States the old fasLihitund hit l I Irakc an i eoupl:,- are still ui-el. 'l' : o th,'se 'c)ntrivanres is proved hy tihre :a(t that tilou.ands of e;!iloyes ::re th rei:by killed and injurel Ievery year...

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. — 25 October 1890

AWEIRD TRADE. THFf WOPI OF Til-' FI'tl:\',(' PUIIIC " XECrU "1"iONL. 4. I)i.llhr, ,l)Who Handle:', the Na tional Guillotine. Talks .About Hi, (Ghastly liusine,'. -r.it d .' . tt ,n t it., t :am s. e , nt - : 1 a it ho p1l, i e1 e4  i.. .... Fri . " t !I . r'" nt t ! , 'ii' t :, "l ' I 'I " ': ' :1 . aitl ; i' it' " i'' t, .,,a . " . ., l) ., i ir . .t. :tin,li, ". ,r :i. . r ii , L, tt t tiht rint. l , l't' ,i -I S n , 1, 1 t I i ' l theil "si :rq tat for the purpi e*als trepair to t '. ant wne .op inti the tihrel t. ,ethr ,-'tl al.'tr "tts nsall t the wa, ' in. which ilie t'oii 'd iprisf r untlterwt'nt S,r t ,. " ir.., l n . n _iirý u tp ...-- ,,' ghi .' , :Lini hn: t fle 1 ::'t, liu t o,1 f t.,v wortid .. i),ihiulr then 'tills f'tr a cut B ie'e and , et Iit c. ,re, utl. rl tiln n i'ii Iw" ::i"ll, h ,,ving ,,! ," tl l, at 'k t ,1 - -l up l - t igar' trtie pan d l i to that with, thi Ishoera nlst ,it ,'t t of the depart' I Thi is tle note it to tobstre hiini. alIe is h.i man ...

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. — 25 October 1890

FOR ALL KINES OF JOB 10111 Call at the IESSENGER Apple Sauce. Rplcures say that apple sane?, eaten with roast pork or roast goose, aids di gestion. Whatever may be the active principle contained in this delicious re `lish that stimulates the stomach to its duty, is not clear. It is quite clear, how. ever, that when the stomach refuses to properly perform the work required of it, Ayer's Sarsarparilla is the proper re medy. This medicine not only gives tone and strength to the stomach, but it Iavigorates all the digestive and blood mdking organs and, through them, keeps the machinery of life free from the ob stacles which so often cause it to falter and become irregular in its action. A Donaldsonville special to the Picay nne, dated the 10th inst says: The first gun in the produce tax war was fired to day, J. C. Eills, of the Belle Helene Planting Company and the Maginnis Planting and Manufacturing Company, owning plantations in this parish, ag gregating about half a million dollars 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. — 1 November 1890

TilE WEEKLY MESSENGER -- ----- --- -- - - - -- ý+ ·- a I N Offcial Journal. - JUSTICE ·V0 AIL . - -Si.& Per Year Invari bly in Advance. VOL. . ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. NXTURDAY, NOVtMi:ER 1, 80. Nh. 3. Thy 1 ,,1.1.. r5 . . -. ---- - - The Weekly MIessengcr. Publhsled Every Saturday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor an. I'roprietor. G7Subscription $! 00 a year in advance. Al)VEltTISINGRtATES. SPAC'E. 1 mI 'Lns 3 ins IG i1 y ,fne inch... 150 250 300 500 800 5rwo Iches. 2 0 3; 0 4 50 800 1400 .T"hreeluchel 3091 40 551000 1800 FoTur iuches 400 5.FO 6 i5012 50 22 00 :Five nclhes. 500 6 0' 7";0 14 () 26 00 'ix laches.. 6004 7-501 5d) 1" G) :1000 ne columiu 1500 20~1l 40 4500 7500 Transient adviertisemn1ls, ;5 cents per nelch for first insertion; .0 cenuts for each subseG4tent insertion. Oflleal or legal advertiseA.'uts, $1 per S1= inch for first insertion; aund " o~tts for each subsequent insertion. 7'Brief colunulications ulipX; subjects -*f public interest solicited. 'No attention will be g...

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 November 1890

flj tlheetkltn ilten ter PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. Last year the Japanese sold $18,000,. 000 worth of coal. They are rapidly do veloping their mines. Russia is doing everything possible to getrid of all the Germans in that coun try, and has just refused to naturalize any more. A new cure for stammering is to keep silent ten days, and then speak in whis pers for ten days, gradually returning to the ordinary voice. The Onmereial Advertiser estimate, that "the six new States, with a total of less than 300,000 votes, have a voice in the Senate six times as loud as that of New York." According to the San Francisco Chron idse Bismarck has said that no working man ought to reach that point where he can say that he has enough for himself and his family. The European syndicate that was formed, with an almost fabulous capital, to control the African diamond market and stay an impending precipitation in prices, it is repcrted, has met with a large measure of success. Eugene Field, ...

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 November 1890

T-VgISH PUNISHMENTS. ffrnals Do Not Receive Such sevre Sentences as in Former 1 ' T'0: kv tn',:it \ :ir" an o nrli n weret , " i e, trial,.: 1 - 1-1 n w r ho v111 t w "ht :,n iht . ,.iled l Iby the car µ~1 o.r0Nn I orpo .... tud petty thin'.es' i ,llas a i ia  ,, nacre itmperttnt nt to irl, or who refiiled to pay their tr twie over. were bastailtedid ol ,I , .f their lfeetl . This at punish i,3t v theI waytt, was lilt or cruel a' dia the patient wa:L aeenitomed It, ' n1 te d oI r to peilnd hi life in Ia '. The w'ater a'criers,. l,orter'. etfel t -tt ,l hlhr- .aud l" a-ant.l enerally. .hre w .r like lhrn. :ared little (i%., "Al hi t i-ut \.ithI a liatniti,: bilit - r ,owI n, a 1-rk.. and \,1un en the S'l fiii atbtCeflllpt ff a Miltiiilnftiiig high ofli J.d a ve I,.' ri, : tndt . lthowever. are l nlv Lge'! wh, tel, hat lamne n ll or The preset.t Genulaine ha ark lishel d tihend _btili o pai ta e, ar ll t het iurf hi- - v ft)Rln ul ilrnitteil ilunder the infliuence o~f msan, d lnd ...

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 November 1890

:FOR ALL KINDS OF YJOB 401 at the IlSSENGE.R L -A Cotton Picking Machine at 'r Last. a There was exhibited on the floor of he 'Cotton Exchange yesterday a sample of Is 'cotton picked 1ra machine. The experiment was m de on a 1)lan 'tatlintuelow Memphis, ant! It is sl that abatesi'was picked in two 'hbnors. Thie l -lint proved to be of superior quality and K in no way injured by the processof pick- a' 'ing. It is the impression among those who - ,have water! the completion and per "rcf.on df'this niachine that it is at all 'wveets very n-ar the end to be accom -pliided. andl that it will eventuallyprove "a success. Inventive genirs has be,. at work on a 'cotton picker for over a quarter of a cen- '; tury. That the prohlem will be solved sooner or later there can be little doubt. When the jprfect picker does come, it will revolultionisce the industry and in creau, thle prIsluction t+o an extent diffi 'cult to esimate. The workings of the po Tennessee machine, will therefore be th wa...

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 November 1890

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER Official Journal. - JUSTICE TO ALL. - S$.oo Pci Year, Ivarialil y in Advance. VoL. V. Sr. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATURDAY, NO,'EM.-ER 8, 1890. No. 38. The Weekly Messenger. Published F-ery Satulrdaý. ALBERT -3IENVENU, Editor ant Proprietor. "Subscriptlon $F a year in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. sPACE. I I m Ins 3 nis 6 ms y 'neinch... I154) 250 300 504) s0) i'wo'inches. 2 50 :.,1 4 50 O00 1400 Three inches 300 4 ) 5.0 1001, 1800 Pour Inches 400 F 500 50 12 50 22 I) 'Five inches. 5t)0 6 50 7 50 1-1 I 20K) :lfz inches.. h114) 7 50 8 0 1500 )0 (111) 'One column 15) 20 001 24 0 435{1 75 00 Transient adlrtlisetunts, i~ cents per :.ach for first insertic' .; 50 cents for each subseqilent insertion. Omcial or leeal adveetisemnente, $1 er alI Inch for first insertion; and 50 cents,fr 'each nstequent Insertion. 27Brief cnmhunicatiors upon' ubjects 'bf public interest solicited. No attention rill be t*'ven to anonymous'letters. DR. C. -B. SANDERS, (nIIOMEOPrATsT.) PHYSI...

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 November 1890

ElJt lueckhln iCi0csetITer PUBLS.I;nFD EEEKI.Y BY ALBERT BIENVENU. The Louivilh . 7 e,,s is aun thior:!tv for the statement tha,: nine out of tenu cli ai. nald are bow-l'e_,el. The .Tudl..e . iv..,ee' G'.l'ral, of New Y o rk , his d e ,' ,+e 1 , t h a t t hlt m ilitta :::c'u 1nt.t lIe t uir ldu to at lu . l dlive H(r '.:ce. The I llhita_.r "un teliev;', that rail road allitiri .,' ..mlwlv sh:ajin. rth l'rm - e:Ve, "o that e_,ntr; inetntal control will unti'nthlyo reulth. It IA lupiol -.. l to fturu! chl.ir: in alph i i :l id other Italian 1uni. r.sitie,. in u.e: -prt to" n. f,:" . ' ith , j pur -w u o 'f ivillg f-I,,'('I,+- illst'1, ''rtied It) t indJwal mllt'IL w h!1O take , large of -`ip-l. In a recent. sp. eeil Con,.resstnsan Atkin. son, of %Wt( Virginia, saidl: "If all the ort.- of enitry ron both oc'eltnls were to -day Ilockadltld io that no ve.e'l couled ent'er them bearinq the products of other countris'., and w tr should be declared aganst ui, we couldl, with our present 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. — 8 November 1890

Asyn,]icat o, f i!!inois capltalists hai bholght 10II)ýi lri, 'r sof nauganeselanl, (:v(-: t , i i), will push its tunne' nle; 'ir" 'laI. tI w ralil . , arther, at a cost of :;:, ;" r font. Th". ,r e at ':lit 1l0).001)0 acres of pho"p" roctk seat c'red threiin the wertrr. plrt of the Stlate of Florida. Turk:- , ngi!ine'rs say that the rivet Eupit? ; ntiiht Ie nrli, navigable the tear ru. :,,l by an c\peunditure of $100,. Sm'i:) I.tkot 1 has a 1))00-foot well six inchc; ,:uiam t,'r. throwinug lit) gallln o wntte"r i minulte. There are in taut rep on w 5 .1 :lo)oU fot ii 'p. In .. N, I 'la tti':,',: :p prole, is low Intl lr : 'l',at1. I wt.t! the i:ir oua them. Elc·'r. In; - ty there are mnore inqui ris f-: I, tri:al r)at:l at this time than err i for, known. O~)n of the lead ingel,,r' car companies has found it ntie .'ar to t ithiraw all its alvertising, on accoir: of thie rushil of orders. Oerho.i , electrie wires should never. trys Herr ~h'inens, have more than 500 volt; 1 :''-,...

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 November 1890

The Population of the United. A WashihgtOn, sp.cial to the ?icayune' gives the following: The population of the United States on June 1, lh90, as shown, by the first count of persons and families, exclusive of White persons in Induan territory, Indians on recervations nod Alaska was 1;2.4)4, 540. These figures may be slightly changed by later akn more exact compi lations, but such changed will not to e mat-rial. In 1881, the population was 450,155,783. The absolute increase of the population in the ten years intervening was 12,324,757 and the percentage of i|n crease was 2457. In 1870 the population was stated as 38,558.371. According to these figures, the Absoihtte increase ia the decade Ie tween 1470 and EKI w-as 11,517,413. and the'percentage of increase was 3o0,8. Upon their face these figures show that the population has increased be tween'r880 and 1890 only 725.345 more than between 1870 and 1880, while the rate of increase has apparently dimin ished from 30,8 to 24.57 per cen...

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