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Gaov3s CLrTZLAID. of New York.
ADLA IL sVsMssOn of ilinois.
JoIN BIDwLtr. of California.
DI. J. B. CarasINYL of Tese.
JAxas . Wavm.aof lows.
Jamua G. FIELD. of Virginia.
BJsaxxN HAsuaIoN, of Indiana.
WarrLAWr. R.1D, of New York.
We are authorised to sanounce the
SiNO. NEWTON C. BLANCHARD as d
Sodidkte for re-eleutloo to the 5M8 Cong
a, from the Four h District, subject to
,omlatlioon by the Demooratic party.
1N JUSTICE TO MR. BLANCHARD.
In last week's issne of Tax Paoo
:ss was a querry, "Are the Cards
stocked." in which we stated that
t here was much diasatisfaction in the
)omsooratic ity, on account of the
-.ode sdeated 1 t eoreative com
iittee to 'mmzs! Congresseman.
T'h Mr. Eant -Was dissatisfied
with it beemme hi thought it was
.lone purely in thei W se of Mr.
llanobard, and w. f.heght that if it
was so the oommitet". owVEd it to Mr.
Hunter, and the peran to recall its
actions sad ginve all aspian a fair
This was written for I purpose
of retaining good feeling in the
party alone, mad not with the view of
siding with Mr. Hunter, or any one
Sine. the appearance of the article
alluded to, Tas Paoansss had a oon
variation with Mr. Blanebard, and
from that it thinks it but jas to him,
tostte that he deelared he wantedl
nothing but a fair and impartial ex
pesmion of the people regarding his
candideay. That o wanted nothing
It a fair Seld, but objeeted to baedg
strk ad poundedover other par
ties' shoulder, Said in regard to
the appointmensot of commissioners of4
election in the various prishes, that
he had written to the diferent esas
tive eomittees to consult eartain
friends of his in their bailiwick is
garding the appointment of Bl -
aId em.isuhnms and had Inyaris
bly rseqestadthea to at one eon
aslt Mr. Bunter in referoee to whom
that gentleman would have named t
Now, as the are on two an
mased" andid te. i n ie S4and
seko of the will be allowed to
n e an equal number of commis
toinse, it sem to as that this I
should raemove al ehrtLas whisk I
-ea-ei ies . hbe a llmtraie.
Haswem Tds Pas. has m-i-s-g
to do asy about any mudte obj
is at oaenldigQ, or "hmImkg'g em
reity, ad wiB ass attemt to debar'5
iny one fth uin that il- a
noms pelvte d to mer
P e * es e rs tthat belm el t a
. e sse ....
Democrat to stand shoulder to shoul
der and work as a common man for a
common eass. We have felt that
the want of harmony might work
dieasterosn results and cause many
hitherto staunch Demoerats to either
sulk in their tents, or go off after
falsegods. As inall matters, there
muost be a high tribunal to which we
must appeal. The failure of the par
ish committee to come to any terms
necessarily left the matter to the de
cision of the State Democratic com
mittee. They, in their decision,
failed to find but one committee in
Caddo, that committee being duly
elected by the people at the general
election. No', fellow Democrats,
what are you going to do in view of
tais decision? Will you continue to
keep up the disaffection, or are you
going to fall into line and give your
united strength to the Democratic
cause? Do not let the individual ac
tion of a few men to whom you are op
posed eaase you to break fai h with
those principles that have governed
o you through your lif. In all parties
we find those who take particular de
light in destroying whatever of pemae
and harmony there may be in the
party to which they claim to belong.
But they are usually those, when
you really find out the eause, who
have been disappointed ,n seauring
an office, or else they are trying hard
to get in. Their interest in the dear,
people cemne when they have secured
a luerative ofie. Then let us under
the prsenmt state of afais, be govern
ed by the State central committee,
and work for the interest not only of
perish and State, but the national
welfere of the Democratic party.
Webster Signal: Mr. E. C. Drew,
having been appointed poet master
at readia, retires frrom the editorial i
department of the Advane. Mr.
Drew has droved himself an able,
Sfearless and succesaful newspaper c
ma, and his retirement is to be re- I
SoumaU Paneassue.-The follow
iag important items of Boothern en
terprise are taken from a recent nuam
bear of the Manufacturer'. Resd:
A $1,000 woodworking omper
o y at Hadermao, m.; a 1
at Btimore, Vd.; a S100,000 woo
enware company at alvesto, T.;
a 3596000 coal mining company at b
I vnyille, Va; a 0,000 rea eat
compsnav at Arkasas City, Ark.; a a
$10,00 lumbe~ manufacturing com- a
plmy at Fredribesatag, V; V a 4U0,
0 '0h at m eaittTring mpey Te.
a fit 4000; a' o4ps0 as New- b
deltvlU, Va.; a ULA10 water supplf
a a Cpe ore pm (hrei, Ten.; a
O sagInm a ema n at Vernon,
Tea; a meat 0 e anfas
csoompany at Richmoad, Va.; a
$ se asehine mafa ring
eaa at Atlanta, Ga; and a t -ea
pa .ti mpay at R isk-a
Nuebangs: A Western editor is p
a herismi edin the paper his *
e is tav4te&t Wr wamtl4 -
ulgbd sdeq asgal
Wema4er ) Mlereary: The
Ir. geaie lnamn s tsemI en
SEVE"NTH A NNUAL
LOUISIANA STATE FAI
Shreveport :: Exposition.
-TO BE HELD AT
Shreveport, La., Oct. 31, Nov., 2, 3, 4 and 5,'9g
PRE[WXITNS AND PURSES, 30,000!
Ir The Best Equipped Ground. in the Stat. A Grand Exhibit of Louisianams Product.. Special F
for each day of the weLk For Catalogues, Speed Programme, or any information, address the Seretary.
C. J. FOSTER, President. J.J. HORAN, Secret
186 shoes placed in position in that
Exchange: John L. Sullivan took
his defeat in a digniSed, manly way.
Hesaid simply that he had gone
into the ring one. too often and was
glad that the championship was won
by an American.
Bu ld,'s Gazette: In the United
States we hardly kacw what the
word "ecnomy" means in many of
our industries; and especially into
those industries . into which timber -
enters we are very exztravaant
When the timber is ut of inGrea
Britain, the trees are always "felled"
below the emrfeae of the ground, and
every limb that will make a bobbin,
or a small spool for thread or silk, is
trimmed out and tcarefully taken
away. When the "wood aboppes"
are thouh a horse and carriage
could be dinaover the groumd.
Fort Worth Advaemm: Through
DemoeratiBepubliam mierue for a
generation, one-hal th wealth of
our pation has been made, to
into the hands of less than e-ha
of one per cent of the people, and a
they euntrol the employment and
ýrof 8f perent of ourpopola- th
Rokbline Battl Flag: A New
York paper says the demand fur
money to move the Southern etton
acrop not nea so great as in former
years. Why, of course not It only a
akes half as much money to par- is,
ase a erop at 6 5ents a pound s at to
10 eeass; any ool esa sme ta Whein I
cottoagetdownto 8 emn it will P'
take mos for it wil all be aid or "
baure it platOd, and this r what
the eapitaliads weaL
Exchange: A Western editor met "
a well-educated farmer resesly and"
said to him that be weald lakm to
havme som k trhm his n g The
$1i 5 me or it,
Chieao ~ m : Perhaps there
is a hell msaet the teements en
the putter's sed knowet. But the
nel whic the paut mna pohtiei a
raissth and the hil which the awr
age eer pleth with his own in
trt, are they nortsdal eisnt
If yes wauttobe a tue Ame L -
reene asm , muset hew how to
ceast your ve. Yos eau ct do this a
an ed oly eme sisde he qua.
tifo ThLBsamle Flat is a
pars pper and ues ustaeither
o sMl poied w im b me mr
s.ie to J.. . Sttb as ied
g et te at ne la Se hr. -
Ia., bti mL si w
We r (Lt. Iara, I0sD~ oser0
ue aed es me returs eeme
test ý* esales ase we b
os as erat te esuatseaus at as.
Sparesh uM eesýem ea at U
S&WinUC. I. . 5 ,l,
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GOUS . WHITS. W. C. PERISI.
General Insurance Agent
COUNTRY RISKS SOUCITED.
11 Te.m SL., . haoevr., t e
A Home Industr
DOWNS k& CO.'S
Successors toJOHN W. TABER.
Delers In sad mamnab tsrs of ael kinds of Ima lead ta
lenldemate am esa . Alsso deel Ia all kinds of Amelemn end
RAL ?TES lOLLOW O We bur oes Marble ln thoe end estate di st
the quarris, and do all of eur work is ShIeveport therejove a home ladustry. We el'
deal workmean md deignerr end our past lrptUon as such is our mfesence. When t
a piee of° work we d ° rllght eleet t righlt, ad Is will not fal dose n.
OTU:R SIsIDE LI Es
Wuoaght lasmes and sneiws Steea Fmemg, sen Iw het naG moteet, we
Sole Agents b rth he bked aig flamina, so eUtedaely send for
Caribsg, Steps Cleera Teps. WIaiew oill, ete. This Is the mest Stone SWe Mied l
s, d tI snoe of the saresled watel stone that weoe so mout of i w i err
to ruin. It Ia genele stae, et of the hills of Minseerul, and thete are as l ewr ends
Its durMlity. Why shouM we put down breik sidewalks whe we eun hate Ne SW
pr f go 8all ldt The beasty of a modern city Is not complete withlle
mothbewal. Why shed yl u pult upooden setop when you ou get I
Shepe la nheee ast er b .e655 pe jemalas r**t! We ales make box stepes g
* moe to aSeteuwr spess omn s an eaw . eNe ee*ga. If ay
ysr hbe ean e yonr wert.mo ad e eit well, e money than we ewiee we ar
wllgthso sho l u them tat. eth be sre to give olr s--t will me
yes laythlg to de a. veey edesr wilbl e a help to home iiited ea ndwlB be ap
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