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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 15 November 1890

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER,. Off,cial Journal. . JUSTICE To ALL. 5. I.oo PGt Yeai, Inva'iably in Advaie. V .. . ST. M INVILLE, LA. u , NOVEMBER , . No. VOL. V. ST. MlARZIINVILLE, LA. "ATURbAY, NOVEMIBER 15, Y89o. No. -9. Tý • Weekly lessenter. Pulblished Evrry Satur-. ALBEPT £IENVENW', Editor and" iPr"prietor. gTSuT'script ion S1i a year in 'kv, ce. AI)VERT' !N G RATES. SrACE. i I n 2 ins I 3 Imal '; lly One inch. i s50 250 3001 500 9 00 " ", irt'Cet . 25( :50 4 . s0ol 14 01 I "'hree i',tche~ :1) 4I & 1 l 10 1)I 1(60 bur tt:,he- 431) 5510 G.) 12I '221N) ~'ive inult',s.l 60I :I -7" 1'( 14$) 26;00 'ix i ila..r.. li69 7.,( S F.,l 11;00 3000 Onc ..)rw n . 1-0 2010 21k) 4. UO0700 u0 Trrausient adr rtiseml.nts i5 cents pr nch fior first insertion; ."f' cents for each subseri.ent insertion. OftRcl.l or lei'S. adlveh§;i-aents, $1 ,per I isR h for first insertion; aid 50 cetfrC'or eac)k blotsellent insertion. CfL'hrief cIronmthunicat o, r upon idlJects ' 3f oyp:hlic interest solited. No...

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. — 15 November 1890

4 e lleekkn i e msspen er PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. The Chinese Empire, wich a popu. rtion of over 400,000,000 is in deot only $18,000,000. A bushel of corn is worth only ten br fifteen cents in Kansas, but it costs 80 cents to have it landed in France. State Dairy Commissioner Newton, of New Jersey, has issued his annual report on food products of the State. A portion of it is devoted to adulter ated food. He says that out of 2,507 samples of various kinds of food pur chased in stores and markets in the State, 1,078 were found to be adulter ated. Bologna sausage was the most susceptible of adulteration. Twelve samples, purchased in stores in .Jersey City, were found to have been boiled in a coloring complund. This gave them : brown color. They had after ward been coated with a varnish com pound of ,hellac, resin, oil, and alco hol. The report warns the people not to purchase cheap jellies. Most of them are made of starch, water, acetic acid. currant flavoring, extract gl...

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. — 15 November 1890

The Musical Sense of Animals. A naturalist has begun a series of in. sj-tigations in regard to the amount of appreciation shown by animals for mu , esys the London Graphic. He jods that sheep and pigeons are fond of he flute; pigs, oxen and cows attracted by instrumental oombinations, and dogs lighted with sleigh bells. Canaries generally respond to musical sound, and hares have been known to stand lis teeing in a field to the chanting of aboristers Seals are peculiarly sus eptible, and follow ships for many eiles where a violin is discoursing. The hippopotamus is visible effected by tae dram. "Squirrels are not only fss -iated, but actually spellbound by the mesic-box or guitar." Alligators and yenas sare either insensible or fright s.ed by experiments, and as yet tradi lion only can settle the taste of the wolf. A Scotch bagpiper, accuding to ea old legend, was traveling in Ireland one evening when a wolf came upon him. He was obliged to open his wallet and supply him with the who...

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. — 15 November 1890

PI'o;ce Jury. R gul.ar meeting of the Police Jury of the parish of St. Martin, held ()4ober 3rd A. 11. 19114 The mer'C.ng was ehllkel to order at 10 o'clock a. m.. this day. Th:e roll was called and the following named members answered to their IIHeL"P: Hon. E. A. lDuehamp. president, Messrs. fjuttkunst., Savvy and Roy; Absent Mr. St. Germain. 'ihe minutes of the last meeting werrt "ad and approved. 1Mr. Itoy was for valid reason, excused for ha~jing ailed to attend meeting of October *;th IIoI. Sir. Iloy eras authorized to enter into an akree'ment with the parochial autho rity of the Parish of St. Landry as to the keeplng of bridge at Arnaud lile. The clerk, as accuntant oe the Police .Jlrv rlports that lie has up to the 31st, of (e'tober I:NI, isluel 3410 checks on the t'ari-l 'Treasurer. against the various ap propriations of the' Schedule of 18t5), said checkk animnunting in total to the sum of 'Six thoiautd seven hundre I and fifty ,one dollars. Aecotnts were now pre seIntsl fo...

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. — 22 November 1890

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER. Official Journal. - JU'STICE TO ALL. $ st.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. V. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATURDAY, NovEiII;ER 22, i'90. No. _ No. .o. The Weekly Messenger. 1'ubli4"d Every Saturday. AL-ERT BIENVENU, Editor and Prprietor. yubicrirtibn $10O0 a year in advance. AI)DVERTIISNG 'RATES. sII'&t'E. I i n 2 ns ' nisj G m l1 onI.i:Lb. I -- 2 3 tl, 3500, o00 *'wn insIlh. :3) :13 430 800 1400 Trbr.einh" :t.h 4I il 3:A1 1000 IS 00 Four iu'hts 1411 :, 3 ; 30 12 30 2200 Five inchV S. 3 l P11, 30. 7 311 141 ( ; 2 00 Six iun'he-.. l0i)0 73; S 11 00; ' 3')01 One iotiniti 13 001 204001 ,21014300 7300 'Trl rlient advertlslleollts, cents per :ncl fnr tirnt insertion; 30 cents for each suhoEquenlit inýortioni. ()ilicial or Ileal advert iemnents, $1 per li in'h for first inisertiOlL andt 50 cents for each sllbseqiltlnt insertion. "B"llrief colmunnlicatirins upon sublijects if publihc interest solicit 1. No attenticn will he given to anonym'olio ti letters. D)i...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 22 November 1890

the t tkki lesstenter PUBLISHED % EEKLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. A drulgist in (Chwcago says that two-third.9 of the pr'c'riptions give:i by physicians are as harmless as bubbles. At a meeting of the Chicago 4Oan dinavian auxiliary to the World's-Fair Committee, it was suggested that a proper exhibit for the Swedish Govern ment to send to the Fair woull be a sailing vessel built after the pattern of the ships used by the Vikings. Such a ship could be built in Norway, manned by Norwegian sailors, and sailed across the ocean and through the groat lakes to Chicago. The secretary of the aux iliary was authorize I to make arrange ments to send a formal address embody. ing the suggestion to the Government of Norway and Sweden. It is a fact not generally known that a great deal of Kentucky coal is shipped to all parts of the civilized world. The cannel coal of Breckenbridgo county, the finest variety in the world, is the product which finds its way into the foreign market. Oae of the principal ...

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. — 22 November 1890

SOMEWHAT STRANGE. ACCIDENTS AND INCIDENTS OF EVEI Y-DAY LIFE. queer Episodes and Thrilling Ad venture5 Which Show that Truth is Stranaer than Fiction. Jo: li--stsr.i., of Ludlow, Ky., and Jack Tvrrell. of t;reenville, Ky., jumped from the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad Brid1", ovrcr the Kanawha at Charleston, W. Vi.,. irly the other morning. It was a in:at.Lh between them for a purse. the %.nnor to make the better j'inp and corne oat in h, tter sha:tp. . Shortly after four c' "- a. in. they walked out on the pn':h of the britle until directly above ".,: i lle ch:,ain -. The water is 1i8 it ii, v. ihi-el!l l.el weights attach, 1 hi, -ho : !.r, anlI feet. lie won th,' --. in i I,- ! i I to take second ump. Tyrrell Hlihni-l ovcr the rail and wsun -:h his h:a:lds froml the iron liar till th, r fcree gave the word, and then droppeld. IIe continued erect until within a few feet of the water, when he swerv, d and struck on his right side. When he arose to the surface he was un able to s...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 22 November 1890

i irc I ) ,part m'nt Plrocccdings. St. ,: :rti,.;! ,. .} . .',th : ,00 Meet.ti:,; was ca:ll'd to order at 10 30, a. in., Chi*f A. '. Fieti'ang presiding. MIhbers prt(-eut: Aston Broussr.rl, Alr. llitter, L. Pellerin, A. Orillon, A1 V. Fleming, C. L. Lacare, A. i. French, T. J. I.abhe. .Memr ers alwqent: T. L. Brouss.UT, B. L. Fournit, P. 1l. Olivier. T. J. Lalo was elected Secrett y of Fire Department. Moved by ('. L. Lacaze, seconded'by A. flitter, that one hunilre dollars be ap propritetd front $'.0(,ºO( now belonging to Fire IDelar'ti.ent for building Wells in the corporation, V.n, halance be ap propriated to \o!unnteer Fire Co. No. 1, for expenois incurred, by that company for Fire Iepartment: viz. 1(4) Ft. IIse for Vol. Fire ('o. No. 1. 1(NI Ft. llose fce" oi. F ire ('o. No. 2. 130.0 Sueti u Ti!os N. ................ 0.(ý0 Ilose (' rt ............... ........ 1 .(X II ,ok & L.dder ................. l51.00 P1:rt pay.na ot o.r :vangeline.....T. ,(.00 lIepairing Engine ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 29 November 1890

THE WEEKLY MESSENGER OFficial Journal. - JUS'ICE TO AILt.L . Sr:o Per \ r, Invariabbly in .iVamŽC. VoL. V. ST. M kTINVILLE, iA. SATURDAV, bVEM.ER :, 189'.90. "No. 41. The eekly Messeng&r. Published Every saturday. At BERT BIENVENU, Editor and Prol1:ictor. d 0-Subscrttion $1i0 a year in ad nce. ADVERTISIN G `RATES. SPrac. 1 ni l 2i 3 m 6 rnis 1 y wo inched. 250l 3º1 4: ) 800 1400 ,hree inches 3 00 4 50 55 1000 1800 !our inches 400 55| 6 50 P2 io 22 00 E 'ive Inches. ihk) 6 50 7 501 001 2600 )iz inches.. 600; 740 85 '( 00 3000 tine olumu 1500 20 00 2400 400 75 00 Transient ad'ertisemlents., 75 eents peri •-neh for first insertion; 50 cents for each snbsequedt inserti.n. Official hr legal adlvertements, $1 per 4 inch for first insertion; and 50 cents for each subsequent insertion. CT"Brief communications upon subjects %bf public interest solicited. .' o attention will be given to anonymousiters. DR. C. . SANMDERS, THYRICIAN, L,CI.ON & ACCOI'CHDIIt.L 1 Consultation in ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 29 November 1890

(.i, : fnn 'm ' I'' VE U. I u iel: In a 109I1-. n , W. i'a . A f, w :ears ac, when Archi:i-hop Corrtican, of New York, was bishop of 2Newark, N. J., the first monastery of cl:istertl nuns in the United States was established in the latter city. A second monastery is now being erected at Hunt's Point, overloo,.ing the sound, few miles from the Harlem 1River sta tion of the New York, New Haven and Hartford railroad. Itis called Corpus Christi Monastery. John D. Crem tains, of New York, has donated $25,000 .toward the monastery and also the land -aix acres--upon which it stands. There was an old mansion on the farm, and this the sisters use a (a temporary convent. There are fifteen of them and a few postulates or probationists. They belong to the Order of Nuns of the Per petual Adoration of St. Dominick. The life of these nuns is passed in c ,nstant 'prayer and perpetual adoration of the blessed sacrament. They ripe at 5 o'clock and are engaged in devotions 'until 7. At 8 o'clock, brea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 29 November 1890

iio P .... .OWs-t -L O'UN. I c "-" r ". ... : lh . tH - r '. fete | K- - th t wsVy. apre. ite th.* ia 'at ,jwcr of a tn , lrn piroje, tie hi( il .r t, i n l'. h - .- hl o hive si-it,- iL.e 3.!331,, : . .iL. -' h r s: iiller ý n , fs:II 1 1 n l r- r ier, whiskeld a, ut I,v I ra i s. ill I". v..n the le-- lik'ly ti r..;ize that :th .r -hot can pierce an i·,n pte over , ilt inch,- thick at the (di 'cr of a ti,,:-- nl yard.. Trv to iim 3ine for a moim,.nt the number of nten |e, wioI. have to pull on a line that. ..red in a:ny conceivable wav, coulid  made ti, throw the huudred-pouud ,bg with force enough to make such a bole. Yet all of this power is stored up i a <arttidge weighing less than fifty pondn. To contain and restrain such aI poer. we muit, it is evident, use the bt material ob:tainable; the best at the xrinuin', I,.-t in the midst of the tir fi. and best at the close. It mu-t stand te sudden and ht avy first shick ; nlu-t iield a little, without rupture or per *snent ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 29 November 1890

T'he l -ott- ers of Old. Flaunted Itbe til tdl9 ("r,,s bones, h4leir mna:gn, i8adily t "the masthead. Your modern pit tt$". not non the high -eeas, but upon fhr 'high reputation of ,.tandard reznelt5 es-'ºulks ruder various 'dismnriss. tris 'ht'e ant corn'.: traffic ;,t.s nvervto'tyi e"zrerr lffetefi Iluster 'ter's Stomach T1tter, 'although that star.dard'iivigotfts.t uand Torrective ha, long Ietn the slhiring murk at which it hihs lhafts Irar'e bee: d.rret. d. ('heap local hittdrs.-contpoedL dl "aery nneecti "flod stimulants awitt an!nfuusion, or ex tract pasilly, df 'omRe tonic bark, are ·till sometimes recommewn'td as identi 'al with, or similar to, sar P sseslng vir 'toes kindered toCh s" of ~'erica's cho sen family ;edicine. T`hese perish d cpeetlily, while lthl great -nbdlner and prevntives of d!ar.se purrues its sue 'resfutl tareer, *'ttreoming malaria, dy- i spepsia, nervonesnls, kidney troubles, I constipat .,n and rheumstic ailments, not only on `tls hnt on many contine...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 6 December 1890

THE WEEKILY MESSENGER. Offic;a Journal. - JUSTICE TO ALL. - si.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. VOL. V. ST. M.A1 rINVILLE, LA. SATURI.AV, )I )IFw Ir:I 6, 1'9o0. No. 42. The \Veckly Messenger, P'ullished Eviery ~aturday. ALBERT BIENVENU, Editor an' lI'r,1oprietur. Sub,'cription $1 C0 a cear in adinutce. A) IVETINING( 1T'..'ES. g 12 111.. I 1 - i t , I,...I.-.. ----,-- - - On)1e 1,nh... I1w . at 25 30 1 (N) )2w7oirdiest ctuu i3i 4ltui oils upon Fluh!Iect ,'1 lreeinllcih , ;" I1l0 -,1 530 : 11 (PI' 1 11 f' ur inehe- -I (N) ll :.d) i "- :><113 2200 0 Fiv' inlhly - .30 1; 501 7 -0 14'"11121;"l ) I Six ilti i. -.. I 6111 i .111 1 : , 114; 0 11)!':ll)IM) " 0 1 i' ,'+1nili I 1:11 e l 0 0II: 214101 13 1il14 00 .:Itch for first insertion; :,o cents for each t subselltu"nt in.erltion. c Otlicial or I-leal a dvertisein'it,. $1 per 1 1 ilchfo t" lirnt inv,ti-on; and 50 e'lt for o ttsch -lit ll lil I ilizlrtiont. l Brief emnimaiiiihations upon .ubjects ',f public initer.st solicited....

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 December 1890

I1~) ýUttkln iftsestncrt PUBLIBPED WtREKLY BY ALBERT BIENVENU. An Inlutu of Russina Jews. The ialtux of Jews from Russia on aoennt of the recent edict of the Rue tIan Goverimient is causing consider able concern in TJewish circles. It is Lelievetl that no less tian 200,000 of these peolple will seek refuge in America. Morris (joedhart, Chairman of the Advisorv Board of the Hebrew lhbelteriug (snardian Society, and a prmmineat member of the Order of Mnal B'rith, who has given much at lention to the condition and prospects of the Inissian .letish colony in this city, 'This wholesale crusade against the Ae:t in Russia will drive them from that country to such countries as are iriendly to then. anud of all countries hslere they have reason to expect hospi tal treatment America is the laud where, above all others, they will be well received. Of course, if so large a amlber of people cnoe to this country, Uiere will he some of them with wealth and others in destitute circumstances. The J...

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 December 1890

WOMAN'!N INTUITION. rnrly Alwaydt Right in Iler Judgment i1 Regard to ('lam.n Thilgs. I , oli gentleman over seventy, came inte the ' t!y from htl farmi, without his overacot. The day turned 'hilly and be was obliged tc for(.)o It's visit to thi, fair. ',, a friend who remnontrated with him for going away fromnt home thus unprepared, he -dl. "1 thought it was going to be warm my wit" told tle to take my overooat, but I wouloi t. WYOUlle have more sense than men anywaj.' .% frank admission. W ,oun's good ense is. said to come from intuttll; may it ult be that they are more clsS observers of little things. One thing is certain. they are apt to strike the nail oaths e'd, ti all the ordinary problems of Urs, morttt.rluently than the lords of ereatio "According to Dr. Alice Bennett. who recently read a paper on Bright's disease be fore trio Pennsyiv nia State Medical lociey. prn subjeer to bilious attacks and sink ..tdacnes who have crawling senations like tbe nowing of water in the he...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 6 December 1890

S , PRESE TS5. TOYS! O A$. E VEN, Complete and Varied Stock of Holiday and Fancy Goods Just Received. TOYS IN ABUNDANCE AT EXCESSI VELY LOW PRICES. COME AND MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS EARLY. Fine Bonbons, Candies, Fire Works Etc. lih: ure to ('rall at Elwvcn's tmnporium.' SANTA CLAUS - AT T. J.. LABBE'S, SxrA. ('L.\1Is r'aclzing that a Li;t: STr't' was r'quired ,to oeet the wa.ts of hii. increasin ig patr ns. h:s gi ,ln the ,rder to the pro 1)rietor ,of this VWell Kiowta St:tiion ,of his, to pIrepre to receive Stock from ('luicig , New Yorlrk, St. I.ouis and New Orleans. The FIVE ('EsNTs coUNTER is an imIl,,rtant feature this soeason, and the delights of the little ones. As SANTA (C'I,..s ordered his stock 1efore the T..irFF"-BILL went in to effect. the' prices will defy compelition. The J)islay ºrf DOLLS, ('IocaKEuIY VAIRE, PLUSH CASES, FIr W\olIKS, and Perfulmes will surpasms tholse of previous years. The ,JEWEI.Y I)EI'IArMENT is complete in every respect, and we -all th, particnlar 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. — 13 December 1890

THE WEEKLY MSSEN ER, Official Journal. - JUSTICE TO ALL. - $i.oo Per Year, Invariably in Advance. V.OL. V. ST. MARTINVILLE, LA. SATIRDAY, I)ECEMBER I3, 1890. N. 43. ' The Weekly Messenger. Published Every Saturday. ALBERT 8!ENVENU, Editor and Proprietor. 'i"Subscription $100 a year in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. sPACE. 1 in 2 "ts 3 ins ºs l y On i.ch.. 150 2-5- 300 5t,0 800 t'wo inches. 2 50 3 0 4 50 h0 ) 1400 Three inches 3 00 4 50 5 30 10 0 ]18 1H F'our Inches 400 5 0 i 50 12 50 2200 Five in 'hes. 500 ,i 50 750 i4 01O 000 fix iuch's.. ,c00 7 50 50 1 l00 000 One column: 150012000 2400~0 0 7500 Transient advertisements, ;5 cents per :nch fer first insertiol; 50 cue:ts for each subseqdent iuse-tion. Official or legal ad,ertisemerts, $1 per li inch for ti. t insertion; and 50 cel.: for each subsequent ins,'r'ion. 13Brief c.omluunicaulon, up'n subjects of p:iblic iuteres' - .icitet.. No atte.tion wile oe gibe's to anonvnops letters. DR. C. B. SANDERS, (nOMGX(E.ATHIST.) PHYSICIAN, URIG...

Publication Title: Weekly Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly messenger. — 13 December 1890

Ie WR eckli ftMlesetIer I'! ltSItE 1 whEKLY 13Y ALBERT BIENVENU. L . . - - - - A , ,itnttly tuh t ' -le are turning, exci;aims the Nw airk Tribune. (aliforn: t pi'll e ha' e be'orlle so popular' iii this ,,ou try that it is said the Fr, il a r e berinnin g to put up their prunes in the ('alifornia style, so that th.y will pass for ('alifornia prunes. Some of these days, perhlaps, dtslhot:et dealers will try to sell French wines by putting on them California label.. "W\c.tward the Star of Ema pile t like its way." Thai% whole-a:dl destruction of fole-set in thin- o'(unltr ii altraatinls attention in :(;,:,ntv . 0a1l it is predicted thai we s!al itn a fe.w 'ar, be inloover ishedl in tree lr)p'rtv. A , trikint Crln.lt: a i- i :lhii iof I I' tIoWi 'oti l" trie-. hi lt . I n:!. ; ...It s lha- bilt ]l ', e cut. of it ar i ' idhe fl'or -t-I. tIe enit. ' r i lI of , tly ha : pl ial .t i i','t t. l :f i i -' et \'.: r : r., A it 1i n .; au t'. . n-l ",: .l; r fr m i tlh et ra .I t - :11 ....

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. — 13 December 1890

Tg,' 'fl , : , : ", %tC A.  . :* :; " , m ,t V a Chat  1 .:T.., Vh,,Ir lit to be of good A- :.r : 7: two sl:quare yards tS: a 1ow . in a hitiavy Atlantic beLkcr _,ual to 5ift -four toiu. The Stat- tir e,!,o,it of New Jersey de res that the Statc is sinking at the -te of ,;L l",,st two feet in a century. A plai.:t has been eetablished at Por tyg, Ohio, for nmanufacturing a substi Me for lumber fronm rice straw, an undiant and burdensome product. Charles I). Young, a Denvcr (Col.) x- ui tifteei, has just built the smallest 1.burniig locomotiv,, in existence. It lb,':t ivc fet lu. and weighs 235 Pu: d . TI: .:an::rire boat, introduced into t jlia, r, :mtl, w-i:a: i; ;:,!Iri.'al in shape tii.h . aiv, ~' ) _ .tt* r prcumise of i c: .: a,, : , that I: l been cx per _ ! ii'. '!  , i l. -a, is th a:' T=: :12. 1.: . : n,_t,'r t hi,'h j :'.... ..... s'.".: ,, h I ,l tiv.t ' :. y '. I I. (.t' af, : strc't I .i5 ;,v I. "r o n t 'i -r air st S'to1c. oI I t i l:,t : e t:.. . « i,it'l ' '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. — 13 December 1890

TOYS, PRESEiTS. TOYSI £3SA 8. EV N, A Complete and Varied Stock of Holiday and Fancy Goods Just Received. TOYS IN ABUNDANCE AT EXCESSI' VELY LOW PRICES. COME AND MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS EARLY. Fine Bonbons, Candies, Fire Works Etc. 1Be Sure to ('all at liven's Emporium.' SANTA CLAUS ----AT- T. J. LABB E'S, SANTA CLAUS rea;liziuig that a LA.\lui:n Srola was reql;ed to meel the wants of his inrea.i., p~,tras. has give n the order to the pro. prietor of this Well iw,\,!e Staiti,,in of his, to prepare to receivo stocl fron Clhicago,, New Yo,.:. i S. Lu;is aui New Orleans. The FIVE ('ENTs ('corT : 'I is 1an imuprtau:t feature this son' -n, and the delights ,f the little: ouc.. As SANT.A CL.A\S orderel his stock Icefor, the TARIFF BILL sent in. to effect, the prices will 'I fy lct)p lpetition. The Displny of DoLLs, (Cl:0c'KEi:Y WARE, PLUSM CAMSE, FIRn WoRKS, and PerCfuaes will surpass those of previous years. Thoe JE.ELRi Da1:.\'i'r.iEN:.r is complete in every respect, and we call the parti...

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