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EASTIN & BIENVENU,
Editors and Proprietors.
%ubscripdlou $100 a year in advance.
The present s a favorable aim to
mouse the iteredt of the people in f veT
i mnuafactoriee. Signs on every aide
Indicate the begienlg of snoo:er cyel-e
of commercial and indlustrial prosperity.
Some of our capital should take the oad'
tide coming In. shoould be put into bricks:
and machluery, and secure the abundant
harvest ,f large orders and big probLe
that will surely follow. The demand for
every claw of good is so brisk that the
mills and factories are all busy again
app ylag the wants of a rapidly lareas
lug consumption. There is a cheerful
feeling abroad that assures as that pre
vailing activity will assume the steady
upward tendency that marked many
peroserea periods I@ the past With
more ha:ds to work, more mouths to
eed and more bodies to elothe, it would
reverse the principles of oeaomy to be
furnished with less of the material pro
dauts of soil and factory-the mecessities
eomforts and luuries of life. The na
tion, the States and ludlvidals are
meeting their obligations promptly and
at so time in twenty years has the sky
been so clear and the auguries a propi
tious for a great and general expansion
A new iaspira!ien should sais er
people and in the foll eodeee of the
large reward tof popular favor and pea
to bereaped they should sew by their
pluck that they ar, so laggards, hut
equal to the task ."f sustainulg interests
here that willU mseeesully rival these
o older states. It largely rets with the
younger business me e this city to de
termine the directis commere and in-
dustry shall take in the near futur.
They should step to the treat pressingl
their ambitious vbw. ad new ideas
and temptlna the peniag of the tee
losely guarded eo.r of wea lt. if
he hapl of our ahirs e leftto the
older heads and hads, the eurse of
eenats will sahow repetition t the state
acts and antiquated idaof yeaers agea
Virgin soil needs youthful srlengt to
oveeemo Its sahiern resistances and
fe It to yield a frulttl harves. The
buoyant hope, the manly dess and am
itaous aspirations of youth will er
ount thei oetales that hopedi m
prevent thel. It will be well r ur
younger moan to tae bieldof teb MNao
buildinog up anew eaterprie and -i
daeing mew methods in biness. A
strong. mualbding dleermlatlm
their part to r thsl ey mor will e
era ge universal desire to he free
from the aerme tribute amall
pld to the North and Sat. Hene
have a favorable location a slimaS eet
dedrable, and a people quiek to learn
There is capital neugh for a beginning
labor In abdand e and eeergy i plea
$y-li I will t Iease lltspent up e
to mam a eleditable display In say ew
dder wenk Attr a fair start the*
--ast with the growing masufeta
rlag tle at ofthe seath woulad s he
Ifavorable to It should broom a set
ted determinatie to have feadries of
very so rt sepply ar wn and the
eeds of the esmuities tributary to
this marhet-N. 0. Ocrt I m.
Two eta ai.
He-Y e th. eaL o alegp gir I
s--Oh the ethus all hae a - n..
The Democrats ed the Third
loi. . J. Gay Nemlaated by Aeelema
The unanimous ethulaustle rmemi
nation l Hoe. EI J. Gay fer Congres by
he I emoerati Conventilu of the Third
Distrle is a Jral reward to that gtloe
man fur his faithful and ldcint srvi
ees to his cometitaests aid his State,
and a At lag reeglitma dof his eal
worth and real merit. The wise saell
at the Conveatlon 4ill be ratified by the
voters of the district at the polls as Nov- t
ember mad. beyond the shadow at a
The Third District Fare,
J. . Davidsos Nomlaated.
The Republiean Coeventles of the
Third Cogresioeal District has aselasd
J. 81eby Davidson of Ibervilloe as a
dard bearer in that District How the
easveatio ease to eonelr he honor ea
Mr. D.rdasmo might be esplsaid Ina
charitale way by the emppsitis that
the meminati went begging with
takers; bMt as Mr. J. B. Verdun Jr., Uw
as avewed eandlate It is more pb
be the the esmvestlm did ot Inlted
tow aemies a apahe Intelligest ealored
We sever regardsed Mr. DavIsna'm
eala sriouy but rather as a be
jie, aid havinag ae but kindly fs
igmp fr the ma we have all aln
treated 1it a ged natured way. otW
new that theomlaatlesa made, it it L
tim to speak plain. f the esavemtis
desired s eomply with he wishes at tie
largpmarjorty of the oleored voer at
that district and nOmndatoae a lre man
it sheld have elseted o e who esul at
least represent the eleret mpeo with
credit if met wth ability. Dot the arm
atles of a mnu w illiltrat a Mr. Da
viees is-.a insult to their iatslipgse
ad as they wblle udgs n the erl h
by their Reposetatlv in eaigrvos
yneym auedto slte hime.--Lu
S'lle ee iaosat lem a glase at
Tw tbops i bed. Jim to Tem-Jhe
yeur .oi oeta wa now.
Jim-Ain't Imilm Yes
Ter-Tem are emllsg ever n my
nMaher--ChlMre p M steep.
Tnm-Jm beeps o a pumtnl i eNi
Msther-Jmmio take your fbet swep.
JIm-Oh I Maw Tmr plhe ms.
Mether-If paede at p to .eep 11l
emeo thore an whip you both.
Jim-I alan'td.m, quit tha mew! Maw
make To qut trying to et mn with his
Mthr-Tm i behave yade
Tern- Ain. ek l, Jimb a plash
Msthsr.4s to -eep tSiMls or 1ll
-ow thee and whip yu bob. Not
another word eat at yeo. Just anmher
word if you de.
Jim-imn my plmw.
Maw Jim'b a b oldh ' we.
you? Megero adme ge dsn Sown
with m Sio-merw.--ArtL.m.w ft -
Notice to the Public.
The debatke d to Laberere as the
St. Joh. Plaltaule. marke " adet a
erable," will ly hbe hed a the aud
of each month, to the laborer. to whom
they are itured. The public are mtC
led not to negotiate for aid tickets.
B. W. T oes.
St. Martineville. Sept. Ilth. 1886.
Post Office, St. Martinsville. La.
Opens daily, except Sklday, from 8 a. a
to 6p. a unday · o 8 a. m. to O a
m., and oom 8 p.a to 4 p. m.
Money orde asuned daily, except Sunda
eom 8 a. to8 p.m.
"' Beer! beer! beer at
5 cts a glass at B. Audibert's.
Notice To Tax Payers.
Tae notie neet I. aeeordamee with
Seetieaoc Art.9rthe ae mural a-
b o yr Tther year
18S acecrdnlg tethe Ta el lom lae Ia
this eoee ta melan thk ee o the
Clerk of4 ourt ax-eleles serder of
Mortgages o the arI of 8t. Martla,
anre w due and esleetable, and It et
pal as the law dlreetn e w bere the
1eteof Desember A. IL 1M willl
eeme dellaqueat and the ammut .f
yer sald Taxes will the draw I per
seat latrest per meth f em the Sa et, d
Desaber ..tll paid erthe property the
amssseu will be seised and sold aeeording
Sherlfs Oldse t. Martliervlle Parlah
o St. Martil. thi 1th day o Sept
ber A. D. 1M.
T. I. BOUSARD.
heri mad en-ide Tax Collector.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
0Ms u r ad Coret Ise
St. Martinsville, La,
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FINE FAMILY GROCERIES.
Cigars, Tobacco, Tinware.
and everything kept in a first
lh aWeb d aym Tubw.
ST. MARTINSVILLE LA,.
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ar~acwrrsr usee Wwassss amW
wao.s, carut .and nS b. 3m w
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The sees ws chaes
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