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The weekly messenger. (St. Martinsville [i.e. St. Martinville] La.) 1886-1948, December 04, 1886, Image 2

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EASTIN & BiENVENU,
El'it..ra andl Prpl'rie,!ors.
!I; 'i,,'.ription $1 i0i a ¶sar in al lvatle.
Al)VEltTIlNti IA'TL' .
-IPACE. I1 Il,2 lls 3nri-4' ,ti 1 r.
4)n" i:..h...' 11. 2. l 2 :' tI lt 701)
Twoe in:tic.. 225 2.73: .i25 2 ; ,;ll lJ (H
Threehinc.hee 3S,. 3.: 4-ieeN 701) 121,.i
l',orin, .he .e 357, . 425 473 x:,oll l t
Vive inlhe'. 4 "25 4 :1. :.2, 1no, i.;i
ix in, hi... 32.' 375 ;'2: 1 11 l) 1 '10
4)n". iuhl n : (1)i 0 10), 111($) 1: ) e1, 2":1i1
T'ransient adk r 'is· . n.llt., 1:) r nt. li 1 0,r
,11!h f 'irst irst inosrl.t1 i: it ee:s ar" t'al'h
t- iho uellllit illns-rtliol.
(btir'ial -r legal a: 'erºri nmw ents. Ft p ,r
1. iii l for lir. in rti'io' ,; :anld . I , i ',ts ,r "
r";i ' I i 'l! ,º i.rs l i:r n in ltio'l'...n .
}" ilrie, f ý'1 i ll:lllu i cl o n':l ' u pil , i slu bl ji , 't
,f plli,, itlr',,!t so-Ih-l,,d. N. altnioii
will he ýtllll tII -l:!lillnl.lo ltt.tr,".
Through the Whirlpool ant
Rapids.
(;.. Ilazl"tt and Mie Sadie .Allen, of
Illalhl, went through the rapilds al the
whirlpol this aftlerneon. in the torpedo
rlealw;l arrel usedl by liazltt and IPott
last ullmlllmer.
They were in the raldl, and whirlpool
ti:-, Intilliite aRnd weret taken out of the
iilily onl the ('anadian side jut below the
whirllwool, three qtl irters of an hour Ia
later in good colndition.
Miss Allen is a respectable girl l,
:ye.rs Ild. a petite brunette and ratiner
pretty.
The start was made from the Maid of
the Mist's landig on the I'anadle side.
When the barrI reached the nmaeastro n
it shot right into the eontre of the pool.
making two or three turns. Leaving
the p[Ml the barrel followed the cnrren;
/out toward the Canadian shore and down
to the outlet of tile pool where it got ilnt
it large eddy and hobbel around for half
an hour.
Friendls near by shontetd to the rccu
ntallt. o1 the barrel th hen Hiazlett owpened
:, smalll," olr on top of tie barrel and
Fra:;k L'awasn threw him a rope from
ttihe 'hore, whihh Haulett secured to the
barrel and was towed ashore.
After coming out of the barrel Hazlett
anti liss Allen huad a tramp of a mile
and a half through brull!l and over
hbulllers before reaching this top of the
'tr,cipiee.
MisA Allen, when she frst appeared at
the ferry ready to enter upon the peri
lonsl: journey, wore a neat walking
lriess.
Taking of her hat and jacket and
throwing a shaal over her head, she
steppedl lightly into the balrdl tbrwulgh
theI. taniat-hole, theki/iA her gar:i.n-:
rc'iely :hl, ilt hier, andl I lighi gi) rehat
L.ing. "tou.I' iGe.rge', jLump lith. l'i "ih
tiied.
liSoon afttr lHazl.ett s;i.lped into. th
er.;.f. f:lstenliin hei!mtnslf illn Li,. opljtuite
er(ll tIo that oee!Tpi,ld by Miss Allenl.
Just thirty minutes fruomi thLe time it,
barrel was towed out into the riitr is
renihell the whirlpool. Ali-. .Alleh anal
Ilazlett returned to Buffalo this evening.
The More Eligible Maa.
Arkansaw Traveler.
Two lrien were discussing the availa
bilities of their f.vorite for ceh pl.air:
if th. Arkansas hIouse . ,f reprt..,r!u
My preacher it entiathd to lthe ?hle,'
hdd one illan. lie was , i,*.,, :. hi'i,
in the confederate army ano
T': t's nothiil~the oather broke in, mine
wa, in hoth armies.
That's all very wll bliut you Fee mine
i. blind in one eye and therefore needs
the place.
SMine is blind in both eyes.
Yes but you see, mine is deaf.
That's nothing, mine is deaf and
dumb.
Well, now, since you begin to talk
satlt fitness for the position let me 'ell
you thit my candi.lata is deaf dumb landl
parti; ze d.
That arlunllltsy to nothing. Mine is
de*lf nlr:nh, p,mralyze,. ILas a bad cold and
is in d-h;, ;IlTer4 fr.u i lose of lmenu -y
anl'd r tt't a t anyth nl. . IDon't talk to
inm f,,li have the Im.mt eligia Wma J1a.
the rce.
A Remarkable Haug'ug.
St. i'Paul lobe.
,im eye-w!!nes's to thet hangi: g ,I. the
thirty-, ight niou I mliani. at AI nkat,
".y thl::t the 'm.pplr coloredl Iimurderers
eamue froml thelir I.ri)im 1':t:i'rd acros-s
the -treets ;iii caperedi up the stair way
if the platfrma like a heir ,,. wild ani
lrals. ievlh rmuh Ihtre hetwe'l his brn::ze
ips a ci,,a;r, at which lie lushly putYed as
the ri.pe w.td I;!;:tted ,iromund his neck alnd
the knot adjusted undr his ear. When
the rope that held the platfobr; was cut
thirty eight Indians shot lowuward tlir
tyeight spinal columns snapped apart
and thirty eight eigar stumas flew into
the air anld fell totlte ground to I, come
oist for avaricious bootblacks. The ho
lies were loaded into express waons
such as the careasses of butchered hogs
would have been, half burled It. the sanu
dy river hottom, but hefore the "n had
;ien tw hmour; tlheim..i the western hills
no: an ihlhiau e:ada' r could he found as
they hlail ute'n purmtrined by medlitl stn
l'ent,. whii plucked them for tile scalpel
,til di-,met ing table.
A B:REAT REMEDY FOR CATARRH.
In an,,lher column of this paper will
ie fuul.d an adtlveri.emeunt of a Catarrh
remedy, of which a sample is setnt frt to
any sufferer of this terrible -courge. We
know B. S. Lauderbach a Co.. irie propri
:"tors, to be a responsible firm and those
who write them will rereiv. prompt at
tention aind riluare dealing.
FOR SALE.
On easy terms, three pro
perties,'in this town, with buil
dings and fences all in good
condition. For terms and
particulars address at this of
fice.
wese sea seE
- e emntaei tuheo r mm
S tsAeems b mali e ae
 um Suont  lo=m lestm.
hi A t C & N 'V
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R~Ea· ·1uihibeb '
WORC. OIARY
DIClfm
. ANDARD
WORCESTER'S
UNABRIDGED
QUARTO DICTIONARY,
THE LAUSl$T AMN MO OOi-frEI UIDolDL.V
oP twIn mIOc.M J.ANSIML
WITH A SUPPLIMENT,
N-MIm !OA A00llO1SML.A i -Dr-.
ZAcoo mIW WORI AMAOOAUARY OP
SmONWML WOR wIoM IN OemIMAA UI.
THE NEW EDITION OP
WO CEDTB'5 DITIONAIT
0'NI 'IMOUUOAal8 OP AN MOTTO
FPOUi II AMt OT4ER OIOQ A Fw
- biaq rmip, gu mn ag, Slo.ý.
e"s il.s me i bbr nU, , $1m00.
/R, Amei m li. eM PI IM
.. B. LnPPsmooTT OOPANy. PuuLm.
Ull..1 Siw EmfbS I.S , lhobb.. o..
Beer on Ice
at
B. Audibert's.
A fine Stock of Ladies' hats
and trimr ings just received by
Mrs. M . Bienvenu.
CONVENT OF MERCY,
St. Martinsville, La.
This Institute offers supe
rior advantages to Parents
desirous of giving their chil
Iren a solid and refined Edu
cation
Terms of Tuition,Music Etc.
moderate. For particulars ap
ply to Sisters of Mercy.
CLAUDE DEMURGER,
COOPER,
SUCCESSOR TO
7MATHURIN LEPINIEC.
Informs t'he public that he
:as constantS;: on hand,
I-HOGsIEADI & BA RRELS
of all Kinds, and _aarantees
satisfaction.
' Boucauts, Barils a Si
rcp etc. a des prix tres bas.
ST. MARTI:;SVILLE, LA.
Gect oi:r pri-es for job work.
ARPENTS
OF LAND FOR
SAIL
L.ard of firs: ', .
ved and :,!i* ".,1
to suit pt!-chasWers, s.lte tt ,.
the IHills adjoi'c.n :
tion, St. Martin Parish La.
Good water and easy ce: tu,
iication. Terms easy.
F o r p a rtic u la rs a d d re ss LN
LockBo~' '. , ,
Nathan Waiters,
Fii;e Family J octULI
Liquors, Tobacco,
Cigars and
Plantation Supplies.
All at moderate prices.
AT CLOVER HILL.
(Near Key Stone.)
St. Martin Parish La.
J. B. PEE,
Hrloeloqer 11ijoutier.
Achlats tie ri iil or et de
ricil argenat.
Rue du Port, St. Martinlsville,La.
E. R. VNIGHT,
Takes this method of in
forming the public in general
and his friends in particular
that he has resumed business
at the old stand, and will be
happy to serve them to the
best of his ability, and with
the best of everything in the
grccery line. Call and be
convinced.

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