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Communicated to the ,udisn, Indiana Hlerald: There is no question with whleh the Nation has to deal at this time of nm, importance and of greater interest to every individual than that of Labor and CapitaL To solve the question and de termlae the relation betwe!n the two is the great problem of the day. That there is a wide breach, and that wrong has been done, none can Ieny. That there must be harmony in order to be successful is apparent to any thinking mind. Iet us notice what are the aetual relations between the two. You have capital, bay, $20,000, but you say I wont use it unless I 'nn get labor at what I am willing to pay for it. You go on this way for ten years, how much of your P0,000 have you got at that time? What bhneflt have you been to the com munity? Whom have you helped feed through your giving employment? How mech have you added to the wealth of the city or State in which you live ? Nothing I But you are poorer yor elf- and if you are a mblema, you haven't r rsetene. void of Znse either. Ca pital will exhaust ilf It is not self existing. It muit be used in order to ex st. It eannot laor. It is a child of Labor, was begot by Labor, sad must be fed and supported by the same. God said that man should earn his bread by the sweat of his face. But if some men had the giving out of that bread thge would be a great deal of sweating and but little bread. The me Ome Mdd the laborer was worthy of his hire Yes you say, but He didn't say how macb that hire should be. The man of strong arms is rich in muscle, is powerful in resource that will bring him wealth but he eannot afford to use it without due compensa tioa-fer in using it the same becomes of less value to him. Yu lnvest $0,000 in maehinery ; you cnn place insurance upon it; if it brns or is destroyed by ire, wind or water, you are paid youear loss. Not so with that good right arm; there is no insurance upon it. When the bune and elnew and all that go to aanstitute strength in that laborer is ',ýY:ý. t::1pitaliS4 wolid rLy he is of!l I *t "' be td:trdn under foot of nlan. In ,1i.r aold: hte i bLe tit.tblc to work for i h: money. Suppsee he has not been MiM't any e)iupnsation for his labor whet hait. het now of his once strong arm nit ronly wealth, to show? But what hayve? How mrech bsve you been enriched by his lasor? Oh, how mueh? yo would not dare tell. Who was It that opened up the vast ftrnm all shout ia? Was it Co pital or was it Labor? Who was it that tirst opened up the mines of California? Was it the rieh capitalist? No, it wae the bold, strong, daring poor man,hardly able to buy a wagon and three yoke ozen, by three or four of them uniting themselves and then little all together. We repeast that wealth, or capital, if you pleae, is wtie offspring of Labor, bat the child has grown insolent and saucy, and often mis treats its paternal father, and in tran, Labor, has been driven to do that whieh was wrong. As an American, and from principle, we are opposed to Anarchy. The plant will not live and grow in our country. What we want is an umde standing, a thorough sad full knowledge of the relation between Capital and La her, and, with this, there should arise a feeling of symnpathy and reepect, a clser r.:latuou, not that haughty indifference, which ronly tends to widen the breach. 4h,,o m.' a cwu try that looks upon La br as dgrading, and I will show you a country where the annals of crime is ap palling. But upon the other hand where Labor and the laborer are respected and eneouraged, there is peace, prosperity, and contentment, whieh will, in the end bring them to a true knowledge of man's relation to man, and will lead them to higher aspirations in this life san 'er eternity JuWrt'c. Stats HNws. Mrs. Paul egura, (colored) near lake Taei, last week gave birth to tripliss. Two still allve.--8ag-Bowl. Judge Simon, of St. Martlosllle, is sending postal ards through the mall announelng himself as a candidate for Congres in this ditrlt.-& Meap Re CoL Frank Zacharle, of New Orlesa, visited Morgan City Tahy. We ber he was looking at the politieal fern in the interest of lon. F. T. Niehells fr Governor.-St. Mary Bew. Hon. James I. Moetm, prewla-n"al Judge of this distriet anad who will pr haps beathe Demoeratie eandidate, wasm Iown Monday last, d we weredelighlid to meet him. He tnformed a that he had the support of many prominent e publicans of St. Martin, and he feels eon fldent of carrying that portion of the district. A more pleasing and sour teous gentleman is selm meta-Le-a. "iaaa Farmer. The act, passed by the legislature ma king it nlawfutl for say poren or per sons to gamble with dies oears the puble highways of th Stat, or on the I public seeteof sy city or town within this State, or within view eo ch public highways or streets, has bea promalga ted. The violatlonof the aet made a misdemeanor, apd the penalty is t oe of not more than fifty dollars or imprl sonment not more than icty days, or both. at the discretion of the eourt. East Felicia, Patriot Democrat. Saw mill men feel blue, the unprece iented dreught in Tease having eaaeed alull in the building line and lumber herefore is at a stand still. Shingle are a quantity but sales are im. This is to be reortted as asa t ear citie are irterested in the cometant running of mw mills and should they be complled eo stop for a while sfsrlag among the Iaber isr eertain to be the result. Cot ton picking, rice cutting and later sugar making, will atet them we believe am ple relieL-J.snuertte Ism. Mr. Clarea e L. aes., oer esellent Dep Sy SharT, left sm ine -la of earn at our eae has Thmla morning. It is alled the "Musy Pro Is," and has frm two to sour Ige eren aemh stalk. With L ch semel mer weo ldo tmmean amn we ld dble that -t t cemes variety. mer ca cheuldb tes hmbyor plater.s In the -se-len of_ d de planting emn and etush. Thenowewe l her f hItter s-ank m r vgereg w and prea Spgremction then chUmamterlse the pre sea- meshl of pleating ln leest and unrelable se. Mr. Haqes wl cell a mall quantity of thin ears.-qplousse atslt. Glading ma am lbh at~.tetion o" reemberla that bo arrd the Unitel A fine Stock of Ladies' hats and trimmings just received by Mrs. M. Bienvenu. J. B.PEIEE, Herloger Bjouetier. Acate de uled ir et di .eil -reat. S Im htn, tS. millme, las Ber m I at 3. Audibert's. Martial Blonvon, Dealer In ky ce.s, She. Hates, eansy O«ee, nd family 6eserle. A spelaly lLadies meay goSe emeh s llowere, Fethers onament and all kinds f trimminag or lades hats, I.ery and PFeed 8table. Main Skeret St. Marti nSe, L. 1500 ARPENTS OF LAND FOR SALE. Land of first quality, impro ved and unimproved, in lots to suit purchasers, situated on the Hills adjoining Cade's Sta tion, St. Martin Parish La. Good water and easy commu nication. Terms easy. For particulars address to Robert Martin, Lst Boa No 8. 81. srriss,. Iss. Nathan Walters, Dealer Is Fine Family Groceries, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars and Plantation Supplies. All at moderate prices. AT CLOVER HILL. (NeIsr Iy sMme.) St. Martin Parish La. Charlm Renaud, DKALLE IN Fine Family Groceries, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars &c. A Fine Bar at 5 cents a drink. lab Sgn.e. a-dt Journet and Regis' Shop. St. Martinsville, La. Get our prices for job work. Get your flower seeds at Martial Bienvenu.