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BEER ON ICE A}. B. AUDWB.
THF I 4IESAE(,,ER.
Pth itsh**d Every S:bturday.
EASTIN & BIENVENU.
,titnrs and I j'rprrw , .
fS/ !,5'rijptAi,,n iI ),) ; , .'a , :t'h anee.
075,000 IN "BOODLE."
From gnod anthoeity the Town Talk
ha - get somevery injter,4tirng new,that
wl:l o of a startli:.g udture to many
people itn Louislana.
Me-t every one in the State knows
what a hard fight was made during the
recent seasion of the Legislature to in
creas' the retail liquor dealers liense,
and thereby wipe out many of the low
aurd disgusting grog shops to be fourt in
the cities, towns and many parts of the
country throughout the State.
Although many of the bet men in the
recent Legislature. fought hard and per
sistently to have the retail li quor dealers
license Increased, they were defeated,
hut it t,)k money and a good deal of It
to do it.
Ten thousand dollar., so we learn, was
r.di.ted by the saloon keepers *of Baton
I e and sixty five thousand dollars
e:tmme from the saloon keepers of New
Orleans, and their friends, the whole
sale liquor dealers throughout the coun
Never before in the hiatory of Lont
iana Legislatures of recent years, has
"ho.olle" heen so scnre as was the case
during the recent session. Nobody with
any money had pet schemes to get
through, and when the liquor dealers,
with their $75,t000 to give away, came
Intotheeamp, of course great was the
excitement. When the $75/100 was put
to gool use by the liquor men, of
course the retail license was not chan
Money ehanes the ideas of many men
so strangely. Men who were elected
because they advocated high license dn
ring the latter days of the Legislature
changed their views.- A lexadria Towm
List of unclaimed letters remaining at
the Post Ofiee at St. Martinsville, La.,
for the month ending July 31st. 1886.
Abat. Gabrielle Kerlegant. Miss H.
Alex. Philip Lincoln. A.
Bahine Edward Lenery, M.
Boyd. M. Lewis, Mrs. A.
P'Antte. Mrs. A. M!ser. Mrs. M.
Broussard. David Mature, Miss 8.
('hampagne, J. N. Mitchell, Mrs, L.
C'larles, Meattle Oietrine Marl
Conner, Gustave Orso, Miss Rosa
Clement Auguete Olivier Mrs. Paul.
!npre, Miss Emilie Rost Bergeman
Durand, J. L. (2) Roy. Andrew
Ford. 1lw. Riehard, Gus
Fomen, B. Simon, Tom
(iillory, Hillere Segura, Oseme
Gries, Mrs, M. St. Martin,
Green, Frank Slnigal, Caroline n
Hodge, MiUe Geneva Vital, Felix
Hamperton Mies M. Willlam. Mrs. M ki
Jemsonwer, Jane Lee, Estate L.
Parties calling for any above letters
will please gay 'advertised."
Charles Broussard, P. M.
It zI nut a hlax. A cavalry compahy
is being organized in the Petite
section, with an enlistment of 0 me+n-p
Reports of the appearance of eotti
worms, in considerable numbers e0ap
from several portions of the perish wqa
of this place. We have heard that tbey
have been seen in the tields in the .II,
Ik second, third. and fourth wards.--E'at
t J'ihriana Patriot Ikruorrt.
Y According to a law passed at the IMt
*.emion of the Legislature, witnesses a6s
jurors in criminal ases have to pay
their poll taes, before they can colle
' their claims for witness or juror servies
A striped worm first cousin to the t -
terpillar, isesting the grasp in the Sfi
and now and then takes a nLip of the O
ton leaves. Whether this is the
runner of the cotton worm is a proi
not yet solved by our planters.--peIol
OF LAND FOR
Land of first quality, impro
ved and unimproved, in lots
r to suit purchasers, situated on
the Hills adjoining Cade's Sta
tion, St. Martin Parish La. n
Good water and easy co'mmu
-nication. Terms easy.
For particulars address to
Lock Box No 8. St. Marriville. La.
B6er on Ioe
Dry Goods Shoes. Hats, Pancy goods,
and Family Groceries.
A specialty of Ladies fancy goods, such
as Flowers, Feathers, ornaments and all
kinds of trimmings tob ladis hats,
Livery and Feed 8table.
Main Street, St. Martinsville, La.
-l, DEALI; R IN
Cigars, Tobacco, Tinware.
and everything kept in a first
astide of Bayou Teebe.
ST. MARTINSVILLE LA,.
JOUBHE'I & BIQIS,
BlAcEsM ITr and WImZnLWnuHT S8no
WaPqou, Cute and Buggies made new
and repaired. Hone Shestg te.
The Beet and Cheapest
Livery and Feed Stale.
St. urtlnasille, La
J. A. I 'I t,
Marble work and Tombstones
Bamples of work an be emaled.
St. Martinaille, Ia.
L . HELEUT,
101 COLD BIEl,
At five cents a glass,
Fine Family Groeries.
Soda water, Ice cream, Sher.
bet, Cakes, Fruits Etc.
,o cents a drink or 3 for 25 cents.
At 5 cents a drink.
ALL 1IND1 OF FEUIN0 ALWATI
AT ALL HOURS.
Al rces that d*.y mpi
KMidens, 8t. Kartimill ..