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BEER ON ICE AT B. AUD1BERTS.
blhhed Every Saturday.
EASTIN & BIENVENU,
Editors and Proprietors.
W7lacription $1 00 a year in advance.
4 A Market at Last.
Let Thurday, in company with Dr. S
A. Knapp and Prof. A. Thoumsm we rode
out some two and a half miles, to when
the slaughter house and pes wheih are
being constructed for the purpose ft sup
plying the market hose which Mr. Wat
kin is ihaving ereted South d the K. R
Church, on Bilbo street. We found u
slaughter house IsOaS feet well supplied
with all the latest improved implements
and contrivances for the proper sad eas
handling of beeves. The rosem iae ar
ranged as to allow three beeves to be
slaughtered at the me time, witheul
conaliting. There are being erected the
necessary pens, tenement huse, etc., to
carryon thb businea . Our attention wa
directed to a tenement house 161 led
two stories high, with ave room, a kitc.b
en and dining room, attaebed, It2l6 feet,
all eypres ecept the ooring, Aised
up neatly, at a east of only $175. The.
buildings are under the direction to Mr.
. R. VanDyck, aon e Dr. VaaDyck ec
The read leading from the slarghtu
house to town is to be about 80 feet wd
At this market hose, which is eastrally
peopl will be able to ge bee
veas, M pork, fish and eowIs In the
way of meats, beides all Made t gardia
vegetableI, fruits and milk To supply
this ltte important brach of the m
ket, 150 pched cs are to be breughi
from stock lately purchased by Mr. Wa.
klns from Dupre The mallk is to be pu
in pint and quart bottles sad numbered
with duplicates so that parties may be
able to get milk from the same cow each
day, if desired. The mlik will be tabn
fbr the dairy to the market boase and
kept in rcfrerators until aled e er
thus keeping it freeh and sweet until
needed. This s a moveinthe right i
retin and shoud meet with a hearty
'spport and ooperatien from ear pea
plc.-Lea. Charles BeA.
Wm Hio rneay.
Thitsted 'h Whish Oeate at Elsa
When Cagler aanouneed Lhmself as a
candidate for the Legislature, Squire
Harrow swore that he weuld aet only
voteagainst bhlm, but would do all h
od against him. Shortly after this
declaration, the squiare' trie were
surprised toa him wring ardeuntly
forCagly Whena ashed what had caused
him t ag his qpia he repled that
he had discevered Cagly's god quatue
After the eleetion a Mien asced asly
how he had we the ol man.
"Ill tell yeu," aid Cagly, 'Ome day
whien rdl aleng the sqreisneigh.
borhood, my hen was tske dsick. Then
a thought truek me. Iredeup oe the
suirebn gate and ailed the l geaMte
man. His faee wre a frown when he
reahed the ge, aad I w that he was
met gohr to askme tet dowr . but I
i nt mind tha.t "Squire," sad I my
hue ts alk, an without year sassem- e
I fer he will di I know that yeu
knew mwr about hes them any ethUr
man in this eountry, and evem though
you are set a friend d mae I mat my
that I have a highlopis ap l ya r kawl
edge." By this time the *el hSiew
frown had melted int a mile. ib lni
ted mtoget dwsm. He ared myrt
and tben went with me to all apm his
eilbbor. Oh, yeu ma ea thue eM
fellows with a hm iN tre y tim. -
A bsw ass1we2ev.
The Valse d the (hamr r ea aTeam
A ramehmua from Coehe toaty west
late Mae sBeaumburge' Ailm CIWg
lmpesria In l week. get lat a
dispute knasebl Msl dwsl, bilmemed
the eye oem Tsng Jake, audesdithe dern
tier langeige to Mrs. Bhammug.
ues ed ths rwnchm a arresed bnr ti
andr l anders m him by puli ea
eLmies mt a s the eet that was a
thef. The raehma seat his lawyer to
Mm wth a view to havig the malr
'Ye edr me," sidl ses, "tn -
lurs. MNe grase.! Det as as inrdL
TO tellers ver my vended feesump! Ter
wor dmse pod wes at laes aa
rub my ghbnmer py gpiamg me atf.
Vy my wisad, dot ghmeasergy bIti ws.
vwth mee t fn teller. I dep.s i
vat v do mkl t twelve dwelve to..
d Ia allu and we gall it easan "-.
she meld e i to Duo.
Arme rn enseo ao mpialat =
timonh uet been uh to lightlab.
p-- Irslhmeu, Illvig in Daren,
rnda dmesr e. Mrs.tCmnaghm we
rAndMs thers A brbg agehe w eu.
mably die, and his remee wre e
temporarily In a vautN at elL -
dasp aft. a s u iete the vaean with
the latmeiea t remeviag the beds M
athe emetery and wa hMrleMd toi m the
e.ag ma ltg ap 13 his ,
Ah Ignls ao whisk war broks.
Tearnm gble was very weuk -a paut.
His hamls were laserated Id hbesag,
bet he eds.n salev. ts wee aesae
remsvL l wil wa terrib he
med at his appserse abter tm,
merad hime as dean. The hmiU ved
ept the mtter quis et tat r *r*
etery lMaes et they abeittel iU
e Wai Owsoenl
wen Blrw New
"felaer oisnely l seasts r e'mr
he stli aes he btegh the ar hm
wagen to i weighed.
Iando eahis I bat what ha dipged
beter 3 ester
hInglayg spesk an the gsory tuse
"And how'd eltas.s aminue ansie.a
"Advanes 3 ewsl mum."
'*geet etsa I what tat tsr.'
"Dreght in tsas.
"Wel I .m.a I u t 1tes e- leer
hew e Wa beltu ap. aester bet
dow and se anpa age! eear ise
Ih TIlea dea?'
"I gas as."
"Thuntheam he r ke t! Ye hula'S
geat TW mes. toM e ei n r ml."
FINE FAMILY GROCERIES.
Cigars, Tobacco, Tinware.
and everything kept in a first
amesmeot "h.. Trey.
ST. MARTINSVILLE LA,.
J.R In , B IGI,
BLAcmE8Mr sad WUZW.W.U bW 0
wasm, e0 sad bsfet -w
LAeey ..d Feied 1.is .
Marble work and Tombstones
Sl dweuk na bh il.
us 18 W 16&IAGE
ICE DE POT.
Soda water, Ice cream, Sber
bet, Cakes, Fruits Etc.
o cets drink r 3 g cents.
At 5 cets a drink.
ALL. IIMW UU1 ALWAYS
COLD L HUNCRB
AT ALL HOURS.