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The weekly messenger. (St. Martinsville [i.e. St. Martinville] La.) 1886-1948, March 09, 1895, Image 1

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THE WEEKLY MESSENGER.
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VOL. X. ST. MARTINVIýLLE, LA., SATURDAY MARCH '), 189. No. ý.
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St. Martinville, Louisiana. o
-DEPARTMENT OF- Lro
HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL Thyb
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IMPLEMENTS, FURNITURE, ard,i
+ HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS I 'rie
We sell fast and succeed not be
cause we sell below cost, that does
not pay, but because our profits
are very small and we treat all our
customers alike and have only one
price.
HOTEL DENECHAUD,
CORNER CARONDELET AND PERDIDO STREETS,
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. wee
is ui
This Hotel Has Just Been Enlarged and Renovated. this
tim'
A1 ELECTRIC ELEVATOR AND ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS HAVE the
BEEN PLACED IN THE BUILDING. Eun
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLANS.
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B. AUDIBERT. JU
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-DEALER IN- Urn
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NAILS, TOOLS, i
CUTLERY, BOLTS, bil
TINWAPRE. EW
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lot
, QrocBris, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigarl.
TONSORIAL PARLOR.
SBAVING, HAIR-CUTTING, SHAMPOOING, Etc.
Done in Artistic Style vi
Moat modern revolving chairs end best "s
tools known to the tonsorial art. th
FRANCOIS & BOUCVALT, Propritars. *
GEORGE wIsaa,
DEALS IN I*
GROCERIES
-AND-- b
FINE LIQUORS. b
Keeps BEER, WINE and other Li
quors always on ice.
His Liquors are the best !
HIS GROCERIES, THE FRESHEST.
BRIDGE STREET, EAST OF THE BAYOU, 1
ST. MARTINVILLE. LA.
WVhy Flood's Wins.
President Liniclu said, "You cannot
fool the people a second time." They
are too quick to recognize real merit or
lack of it, and cling only to those thinws
which they Ond to be what is claimed
for them.
It is especially gratifying that the
sale of Hood's Sarsaparilla increase most
rapidly in those sections where it is beet th
known.
The inference is plain. Hood's Sarsa
parilla has proven that it possesses gen
uine merit. It maintains a high stan
ard, which others cannot even approach.
It is the people's favorite blood-purify
leg and building up medicine, and is
more popular this year than ever before.
All this because Hood's Cures.
Leave
Doubtful Seeds alone. The best
are easy to get, and cost no
more. Ask your dealr for
FERRY'S
SEEDS 1
Always the best. Known
meveywber5. wv5'5e ydeed
IAnauafatr 1595 tells you a
what bow, and when to plant.
Sent ree. Get it. Address
D. M. PERRY a CO.,
Detrtt, Mich.
WHY HOOD'S? Because
Hood's Sarsaparilla is the beat,
most reliable and accomplishes the
greatestcures. HOOD'S CURES
ONCE A WEEK, the greatest illustrated
weekly newspaper in the United State.,
is unusually full of attractive features
this season. Subecribe to it now, in
time to secure the brilliant novel. "Peg,
the Rake," by "Rita'" the distinguished
English novelist. Six dollars and a half
per year-payable one dollar on delivery
balance fifty cents per month, collected
at eabecriber's address-pay for the
richly illustrated paper for a year, and
for twenty-six volumes of the Sewi
Monthly Library of the best fietion by
contemporary novelists. In addition to
this, the subscriber receives as a premi
um tile handsomely bound works of a
standard author. ONCE A WEEK is a
high-clas journal devoted to the best
fiction. sketches of travel, illustration of "
events, portraits of celebrities of city
and country, good verse, pictures of Eu
ropean affairs, and metropolitan gossip
and news. It has thousands of readers
in every State and Territory. Leading
writers of America and Europe contri
bute to its columns. Its Semi-Monthly
Library will contain nevels by Oesip
Schubin, Edgar Fawcett. Gilbert Parker,
Darley Dale, David Christie Murray, H.
Rider Haggard, Grant Allen. Hector Ma
lot, and others.
TESTIMONIALS published in
Sbehalf of Hood's Sarsaparilla are
- as reliable and worthy of confidence as
if from your most trusted neighbor.
How A Great Story Was
Written.
The history of any great and success
ful undertaking is always lnteresting,
therefore at the risk of being accused of
violating personal confidence, we tell
our readers of the origin of a famous
story of the late war. The publishers of
the Chicago LEDGEt wanted a story
which, besides being a love story of great
merit, should vividly describe the thrill
ing etents of the battle of Gettgsburg
and the siege of Richmond. One au
thor after another failed in the work,
and at last the famous St. George Rath
baurne was approached on the subjeet.
He demanded a fabulous price for the
woek, but it was paid. and the story was
actually written to order. It is however,
printed under the pena name of "Hugh
Allen." It is declared by critidc, who
have heen shown the advance sheets, to
be the best story of the war ever written.
The first ibstalment of it appeared in
No 3, Vol. xxiill of the LEDGER, and at
once attracted the greatest attention.
A private letter from the editor informs
us that in order to reach all class of peo
pie, the publishers of the LBEDGE will
mail the opeoning chapters of the story
free of charge to all who send in their
names at once. The LEDGERa is a great
paper, and each week gives story matter
to make a dollar book. Address
THE CHICAGO LEDGER
Cbheago, Illinois.
L. C. DUCHAMP,
PLANTERS STORE,
Is the only place where you can get
the Best Disc Cultivators, the JOHN
DEERE'S at the small cost of $38,00,
also, JOHN DEERE'S MIDDLE BRE
AKERS, and with these TWO TOOLS,
- you can make cotton at 4 cents, and
cane without hoes.
Come one, come all and visit my
large stock of agricultural implements.
Remember this it is the planters' store.
- - - - - - -
B. MARTIN, !. BOU88EAU, ALBEBT BIENVEJD,
Presideat, Vie-Presdast, Oubier.
*BANK4
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i Does a geenral banking business, loans money and pay the
g, highest interrest on deposits left one year.
,If Robert Martla, F. Ressesu , Albt. BleIven-,
ry W. . cotae. T. . Labe, S. Debase,
d B. AUdiNbt, A. Oasraa. J. B. Lvert.
F. J. Duplain,
:f Jeweller and Watchmaker.
le Jellery of all kinds,
lI Solid Cold,
hly
er, Diamonds, Chains,
Earrings, Necklace,
in . Watches, Etc.
- Clocks from $3 up. Sewing Machine from $15 to $30.
AN IEKANT STOCK fO SILHCT FROM.
Bell
ous NEAT - - -
-oCLEAN - - Printing
;estATTRACTIVE . . . , " "...."
bard
ro, THAT IS THE KIND YOU WANT;trative job work.
THAT IS THE KINMess WE O;
E: Main Street, SIe Marthivilll, La.
!.a. selves that we can hold our own).

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