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VUOL. 1. HOMER, LA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1877. . -_. , -i ::,I . . . ...... . .. ... . .. i f.'' . -== ' : , IC.I C c . Terms of Subsripties: one year In advance,...... ..... ·0 1lh si:athL 1" W Three ............... Terms of Advertislag: One square, of one inch in space or leas, irat inasrtiuu, $1 014 eachl addtitnaal inset I timo, :iU cents. 1Io. nmo . . I . ans. year. I square, 3 3 ' 7 018 $W0 1 00 g 6 9 11 JO tt ;1 16Ui . .00 3 a 9 4 t 14 10(20 : 01 4 " 19 1 Io 2 :. I iM .A u Scoluma, 13 I Ix 3 0( 5o 10 75 1 1 ' n Z o0 4: nt I'rofhsional and huines1a.s aard,l. of tell lines or h.e in lesnIth, $1.5 per ,asnto: for nix nth.s, $10; or three aonths. $7. In1inLes, adverthw'men1t 4 of greater length will be inserted at alove rates. Legal advertis' ents will be charged at legal rat's, where fixed by la; otlherwise at special rates as published above. rk Sipecial notices 20 cents per line. Funeral ntices of let I than ten lines, andl mairriage and religious notices iuserted grat is. Job.work execulted n the neatest style, aul at reuasinle prices. Aaglsl.t 2W. 1+77. HOMER MASONIC FEMALE INSTITUTE. abgest. AnnaltUsmsn bginst pt. tl ,1577 EFFI('IET TrEA 'llE:R will fill every I).partclntit. !aatpes i al atteItauln givten to MUSIC. Board per mouth of fosir waeks, includ log wasti wi.1hight... &er., Cit. Tuition. $:, 1,4 andl $. No extravagances allowedl. Tilhe Inlatiltatioll ii strictly non-sectarian. Stad for ('ataloye. Tr.. . S1l.lIll. lire*t., Homer, Clahborne parish. I.a. An;a. 2,2, 1-77. I:s TEMPERANCE MIEETINOS. - The Grand Coninell U'. F. of T. North La., . II.I. h,,tl atl i1'"t a1naual maetiag at IH M)El.R. ontnuneneing on Thnrllay. July I-tih. 1-7-. (;. L. (;.,a*klla*. ;ir 1i P: Mi.a Mattic Mnye. Gr WV A; Alaes II Dhavidls, Gr C; Mli, Theal.,. i: M,. V.rlaad. (r A .': Max -'Fehatl. ar 5: Alla,, It.arkslale. tr A S; .Jahn W. 3h-F'arlan:i:I. I ;r lTr: Miia Fannie Parker. (;r A Tr; .iohu A. Millar, Gr CLhap: - Ives. Ur S. Itl. P-t-Oftle of l(ran._ltcribe, Vienna, La. Aug. :2, 1577. 1:, Homer Councll No. 1, U. F. of T., Mrert at Ite CL'urt-Hou.t erary i'raday .ight. T. S. Sligh, W i; Mr. Adella Sligh. WW A: A. T. lar-,an,. U -; Mis~ Lida Satt. A R :; J. B. Otts, toaa;: Miss Kite Ri1unna.n.. A ('; J. A. Pa.ker. I( la p; It. P'. l.ar1 % . ,II.taat: R. T. '.i~ahn, ' :5; If. WV. Ka Lkpati -k, T:r; A. 4'. talLonun. ' Ily. An;. 2), !177. 1:a JOH YOUNO. ATTORNEV AT LAW, IIOMElI. I... W1iI.. practi.e in the ('Courata of li h r Iaiia., Ja:ilakso . li'u aill., Li :a,'aalu andl laliatn, and in the Supreme an('oArt atI Mlotre,.. Aug. ?. t"77.-l:y Juda, .1. a. 1 a'u,. .Iro. A. liclhardsala . YOLNG i RICHARDSON., ATTORNEYS AT LAW, IIOMER, I.A. DAIIT.NERSIIIP limited to the iparish of .L (Clilirne. Legal bsallines- illattendedl to by eithelr partner in Jaackoan, I niaon. lhen ville alnd Lincoln parishes, anl before tha Ilrilarte Coullrt at Mlolniroe. Aug. 22, 1,7. l:y DAVYTON 3. HAYES, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HOMER, LA. IILL practice in the Courts of Clai I Irn, ti.enville. Jackaan, IUnion, and V.Webst,.r, anid the Slupremt Court at otllraw. Aug. 2'2, 1577. 1:y Ib . S. B. RICHARDSON, UAVIN.; resuiledl the practice of Medi e citne ffers hina services to the citizens of Clall orne parish, in the various brauches of bis irufaloun. Office at the Drug Store of Joe Shelton. Alug. 22, 177. 1:y 3. 3. COLEMAN, PARISH BUBVEYOR, W ILL attend pnmmptly and efciently to all bunineas In bis line. Chargen modlerate. Lesidence miles asntheoat of Homer. on Trenton road. P. O., Homer. Aug. YI, 1 577. :y CARlIAGI AND BUDET PAINTINO. AM now preparet to re.ilnt anl var uir a atsiq \ m S t Short ntioes: Nhtafacom mr e n Lr - plesa of my work can be seen in Homer. I will also vavtsh OLD YURITULE sand RE:PAIR CANE SEATED CHAIRS. My terms are reasonable to suit the timun. Call miand se Is at theol4 mlmd aIIgh tower & Rafner, 8. . cor. ublic r rn . Ang. , 1I77, 1:y Uphelat¶ Md Isttress. of ClaibtornSe oath that he its n the UPROIJITERY[ e beama i· iIt b·aol . Frmetm pe eesawltdtu rwtlbsdt. MA e ac ade to aer; *eass iad sd wiswed ove. A.b aW-"w'a lwreoee. rie - JU~IIS LANGaELD. ,ept . 117. 1, Om Ta3IteNx LA., If ReCItVINPO, ORIWARDINi aND 0 COMMISSION MERCHANT. DP.ALER IN D DRT 00OOO CLOTHIUm, BOOTS, ` SntOES, IItATS, nARDWARE. IRON, CASTING(S, BAGG;(NGO, TIES, I WATONA, CARTS, B'GGIES, A ROCKAWAYS, COOKING STOVRs, F'DNi- A TLiIE Atb (I Plantation aipplies of all Kinds. Itberal ladvances made on Cotton, in A cash and suppliei. Aug. 22, 177. 1:y B E. J. HART O CO., T Importers and Wholeaele A DRUGGISTS, Grocers and Commission 1, Merchants. 8tor,A 73. 7". 77 and 79 Tcboupitoulas at. A Warcehou,.. tO, 9. , 97 and 99 Tcouulitoulau riefet.. New frlitans. Aug. 22., 1"77. . 1l:y L. C. Jury, yM. Gillis. JUREY d OILLIS, T I(IOTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL COMMIONlON MERCHANTS, Office .............. .. 194 Onrvier Street. I1 NEWI ORLA4NS,, LA, A, Aug. 22, Ir7. l:y John Chaffe, Win. H. Chaffe, d( Christopher ChaSe, Jr. a JOHN CHAFFE * BONS, a /'OTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL J C1OMM11SSON ME1ECIIANTS, Office................No. 53 Union Stret, 81 NEW ORLEANS, LA. Aug. 22, I77. I:y McSTEA & VALUE, Whhlehule De.alers iln FOREISG and DOUIESTIC D)RY GOODS, .4 Caunl Street. out d- (1'2olllmmon Street, AI'W hI:lLE.NV., LA.. Aug. W2. "77. I:y E. Page. '. Moran. PAGE O 1*ORAN, /1ZVholesale 1ealer. g I BOOTS, SHOES and BROGANS, Hats, Cape and Tranks, o No. 10 ...................%lgninc Street, a - I SEW oI L .E .'.S 1I.. it 1 g.\ 2. 1-77. I: t • t JOIN HENRY A CO., U Whleal. le.aler. in SBoots, Shoes, Brogans and ' HAT S, N. Nos. 121, l4:al4 123i..... Cylulaiou Street. v NEW ORJ.EANS, LI.A. Aug. 2., 1+77. I:y STAUPFFER. cREADY ! CO. lIpirter. and De)Ihah i in 'f Hardware and Agricultural i Implements, No. 71...................... (':anal Street. NVEW ORiLEN.IV, I.. Ang. 24, It77. i:? A. BALDWIN & CO., (Sniccewu rs to Shh.ouni. lal\dwin & Co.,) D)aler, ,u i- Hardware, Steel, Iron and Railroad 4 Supplies. ht CUTLERY. G'NS.I AGRICI'LTI'RAL IMPLEMENTS. No.74 Canal, aunl 91,93 and 95 Couuamlu Si. A Egl. OR.LEA.S, LA. SAn. 22, 17. 1 :y ' SIMMN ONS HARDWARE CO., Importers and Jobbers, in - Hardware, Cutlery, Guns and Pistols, Nos. 001.603and 603...North Main Street, ly ST. LoUIS, MO. es Aug. 22, 177. 1:7 of DEEF BI6PF EIISEPtll -n( Tm~ar Thnarda and Sat *3. lrdaly morning of each week, I will fernib the people o" Homer sod urronatl intg country with FINK FT F EE', nicely at slughtered. Pries rang fom 4 to 9 cent h per punnd. Perous living in the country Iwho wish to buy beef, and thoe buying ad oly oaes a week, would do lIetter to bnr 17 oe Saturday, as m that dag I nmally Iifl two beeves. Partieswilhingto uell elvees on foot wI dewel to r ve ea call I froml 3 to 4 eenta i" cash for gol 1lsves For endroasement I refer to my poment cusfomeos. THOMASI D. KINDER. . Aukg. 99, l?.. l:u L0ek sad Gua4sm ein, ar easter u th e t aJ Ia let. 14 . lr. -- ly mAUT POLry' AVOE. If tblng . wem~et a bte household (As they ottea wilt, you know), Or yoan're worried out with cares that vex t you, r And the children tr you an; Don't sit in the vale . shadows, O atoonp to be a eold: 'Twill only make bad worse, you see, While you grow gray and old. r I know how things will bother, While work seems mountanl high, I And the adding of a feather's weilght 1 ake you fee as if you'd Sy; Awl thee, perhaps, yeur husband c Say seamethig quilte ankind, (lie has his trubles, too, poor ran,) 3 so pray, then, never sind. A sharp retort is heat unsaid, Tlhugl censure's hard to bear; But John may think you're most to blame, * If you lhis spirit share. Then keep your temper, gentle Nell, Just do the beat you can, And by'and-by God will unfoldM The secret of his plan. I've had my troules, too, dear Nell, And many, and many a dlay, If the Loel had not been with me, I'd have ahinted by the war. Then let faith hold her brefilag wing O'er all ywr doubtas and ears; An (led will give the needed strength For all the coming years. UNCLE REMUS AS A REBEL. . T8IE STORY As TOLD BY HIMSELF.. For several mounths old Uncle I Remus has been In the country rais ing, as be modestly expresses it, a "han'tul o' con'n an' a piller case full o' cotton." He was in town yester- 3 day with some chickens to sell, and le after disposing of his poultry called a around to see us. "Howdy, Uncle Remus." "Po'lvy, bos, poly. l)ese here sudden coolnesses in do wedder makes de ole nigger feel like dere's sump'n outer gear in his bones. lit sorter wakens up do roomatiz." "flow are crops, Uncle lemuis I "Oh, crapsis i iddliu. Oh' Master 'memberel de ole.niggar w'e heie wuz 'sttilutin' de wedder. 1 ain't I coniplainui', boas. But I'm done I wid farmin arter dim, I is fer a tari'. 1 De niggers don't gimme no pace. t I can't res' fer um. Dey steal my abotes, an' dey steal any chickens. t No longerin las' week I w"uz bleetlzd to fling a han'full or sqnill shot inter a nigger what wuz runnin' off I wid fo' pullets an' a rooster. I'm a gwine ter drap farmin' shbo. I'm gwine down interold Putmaocounty e anl' live alouger Mars .leemls." "Somebody was telling me the other day, Uncle Remus, that you siavedt your younn master's life during the war. Ilow was that r "'Well, I dtlunno, hons," itlh at g:ini that showed t hat !he was both Ileated and emharrassel. "I dunno, boss. I .frs..le'ems an' Miss Emully, ely say I I dili." "T'rell we aboutl it." "You ain't got no time foer to set dar au' hear de ole nigger run on widl 'i muouf, is 0you I" "01, plenty of.time." "floss, is you ever bin down to 'ttuion counuty 1 "O()fte." "l)en you know whar de Brad Slaughter place is r "Perfectly well." '"An' Hlarmony 1" "Yes." "Well, hit wuz right 'long in dere whar Mars .Feems lived. W'en de war came 'long, he wuz liviu' dere wid ole Miss and Mis Sally. Ole ,Miss was his ina, an' Miss Sally wuz his sister. Mars Jeems was just I eatehin' fer ter go oft an' fight, but ole Miss and Miss Bally, they took on so dat be couldn't get oft de fus year. Bimeby times 'gun to git patty hot, an' Mars Jeems he got up an' sed he jea had to go, an' go be did. lie got a orerseerto look arter de place, an' he went an' jined de abmy. da' he was a lghtr, too, Mars Jeema was one or de wuz kine. Ole Miss sneter call me to de big boose on Sundays, sad, read what the papers say 'boat Mrs Jeems." "'Remus,' sea she, 'here's w'ast de palpers my 'boat my baby,' an' den she'd go on an' read outwell she couldn't read for oryin'. "Hit went oa die way-yo is si' year out. an' day was slbty lee. Ssome times, bos, sbo's yes bo'n. De i ousaeoiptio mas om 'leaone day, I- sa' he everlsta'lly oooped sp dast Y overserm, a' dode o mra, she mt Satr me an' sbe mSy: g 'Bmm, I slt get nobody for te l ek 5gaer de pIe betos;' as'I - ay isytis, you kLin e ' ' a do I ole anigger,--(I wa ole de, bors, let d stone what Uemw)t ~"s' you better I believe I bossed dm ban's. I had dee niggWl ep bt day, be' do way dey did rek woas a etln D. - i b psty brmd am' met, n' - r, [dse tor war, dey was do htt ggers ina do whatdeettlemet. S1 rlmeby, se qny oh NMe se eaR nep en'tle e-dat d behes - nes gm. and teek A, W ty, Ieat - dea p5reot'y I bern dat dey was de.i d Wrdo'ds Ptmeun, an' Sde f' thins k eway at Jues 30be 5i ep o day id a whole corn patmy uv men. He Jee' stop longer I unD ter change bhoses an' snatch up I a moout'll av sump'n teat. Ole Miss tolo 'im dat 1 wuz kinder boeuiu' roun', an' he call me up an' say: li "''Daddy'-all ole Miss's chilhun Ii call me daddy--'Daddy' he ny, a "'pears like dere's goin'ter be mighty h rough times roun' here. De yaukees a is done down ter Madison, an' 'twont I be many days befo' deytll he all the I here. Hit ain't likely dat dey'll N bodder mother or sis; but, daddy, of ii de was comes ter de was, I spec' a you to take keer uun 'em.' a "Den, I say, 'You bin knowin' me s a long time, ain't you, Mars Jeemsr r "'8ence I was a baby, daddy,' d sez he. a "'Well, den, Mars Jeems,' nse I, d 'you know'd 'twant no use fte ter s a me ter look arter ole Miss and Miss fI sally.' "Den de tears came in Mars a Jeems's eyes an' he squeeze my ban' t an' jomp on de filly I bin savin' fer e 'tm an' gallop off. 1 know'd by de I way he talu an' de way he look dat a dere wuz gwineter be sho' nnf Ii trouble, an' so I begun fer ter put de I bouse in order, as de scripter sem. I 1 got all de cattle an' do hbosses to a gedder an' 1 driv 'em over to de ten a mile place. I made a ipen in de v swamp au' dar I put do bogs, an' 1 a haul nine waggin loads uv co'n an' v w'ent an' fodder to de crib on de fo' 1 mile place an' den I gronu' my ax. g "Bimoeby, one day here come de l yankee. 1)ey jes' swarmed all over ti keratiotn. De woods wuz full un um a atl' de road wuz lull un am, an de r yard wntz full an um. I done heerd a deic wuz comin' 'fore dey got in d sight, an' I went to de well an' a washed my face an' hans, an' den I1d went as' put on my Sunday close, d an' by de time de yankees bed t arrove, I wuz settint' in ole Miss's r room widl my ar'tweetn my knees. a '"l)em yankees, dey jes' ransacked' d de whole place, but they didn't come c in, do house, an' ole Miss, she sed she a iolj:ipe dey woutldnt't, w'en jes' den we v hear steps on die Il'ch' an hear como e two yonng lellers widl strops on dere shoulders~ an' s'ords draggiu' on de L tin' .u' dero ajisrl rattlin'. I won't say I was skeered, boss, 'cause 1t wuzent. but I had a mighty funny feelin' in de naborhood uv de giz zard." i "'Hello, ole man r sez one. 'W'at t you doia' in bhtre r Ole miss didn't turn her head, ata' Miss Sally look 1 straight at tlhe tier. **'Well. boss,' pz 1, 1' bin euttin' .1 some wtno for ole miss, an' 1 jeo stop 1 tier ter woo.nly banIlt's a little.' "'Ilit is eolh, d.lat' a ftlw,' sez e. I Detn I got up ansd went and stood elhite ole Mina altil Miia Sally, a t lelani' ont illy ix. )e uldlt r feller he waz satatdlit' over by tlhe sidet bode hatski' at de dishesd til' de silver iglnw x alita' ir taihers. ieo wnt ti w'nt Wez inlkin" ter me, he went np ter do tier, an' lean over aln' wonl his han's. Fus' thing you know he raise up staddetn like an' say: S:"'at dat on yo' ax ' " 'lDat' do tier shinin on it,' set I. "'I thought it wuz blood,' set he, an den he laft. "But boass, dat young feller wouldn't a laft dat day ef he'd a I knowd how nigh unto eternity he I wuz. Ef he'd jes laid de weight ur his haIt on old Miss or Miss Sally in a dar dat day, boss, he'd never knowd what bit 'mer whar he was hit at, t an my onlient grief would a bin de o needcessity of spilin ole .Mia's k3ar pit. But dey didn't boudder nobody i ner nuthin, and dey bowed derselt out like dey had real good breedin- dey did dat. "Well, de yankees dey kep passin I all de mornin an it peered to we dato dere wuz a string rn em ten miles i long. Den dey commence gittiug thinner and tbhinner-scaoer atn ca eer, an bimeby I bear skirmishin goiu on, so ole miss she say bow it wau Wheeler's oolerlry a tollowin uv em up. I knowd dat of Wheeler's boys was dat close I wesent dois no good sttle meen de boas, so I jes took Mars Jeemass ride asd smarted oat to look arter my stock. Hit was a mighty raw day, dut dav was, and de leaves o de ground was wet as deydida't make no fus as weoavr I haeerd a yankes ridin by I jem stop ia my teracks and let him ps. 1 wua a staninaa dat way ia d idge uv de woods, when all of asedden I aep a little ring or blue smoke baet onten de top ov a pine tree boat Sbhalf a mile o, soaa dea moe 'lb' I eood gedder op my Idees, hee come baang oo -t at ft pine, bee, r waus de g sad de bgbest om I de pl t a'L, amd due weam's a lm eo it fI migty aL beandd bmt ap, am de do dl braeebed eut I su maede top losk setmr lip a I 8w I to ,m.rl _ wmr.sp .ea a right ae my rete, m Il me what a kIader ird is a rssaia Ia yeosl 1 Whie I was a tnlkle odseek bus l' balk iatne do weeds as k-ar ., a roon so to letch de Pie 'tems me i- and de mroad. I id up putty eiopq ter do tree, an boss, vat yeou iskon I seer "I have no idea, Unale BRemus. "Well, jes bho ez your settin dar liaeniu to de ole nigger, dee was I ti live yankee way up dar In dat pine, tl an he had a py.gluss, an be was a I loadin an a shootin at de boys je- d as cool es a oowcumber, an be had t1 his boss tied out in de bushes. 'case I heerd de creeter tromlen roan. ,a While I was a watelein nn In, I see e im raine dat spy-glass, look fr em ti a minalt, and den put em down I sudden an ix bieelt fer to shoot. I b sorter shifted rena so I could suede p road, as I bad putty good eyes in ii dem days, too. I waited a minit, ti ano den who should I aeseomii dows a dtoad but Mare Jeems ! I didn't ti nee his face, but, boa., I knowd de a illy dal I had raised for is, on she a was a prancin an dancin like a a school-gal. I knowd dat man in do a tree wuz gwiueter bshoot Mars Jpems a ef be could, an dat I couldn't stan. a I bad nussed dat boy in my arms a many an many a day, an I bed toted a im on my back, au 1 larnt in bow a ter ride an how ter swim, an bow y ter rastle, sn I couldn't War do idee t ov stanuol dere an see dat asn I shoot im. I knowd dat de yakees b was gwine ter flee do niggers, ease ole miss done tole e so, an I didn't d want ter butt dis man in do tree. t iBut, boss, when I ses him lay dot o gun cross a lim an settle bilas'f back, and Mars Jeems oa home a ter ole Miss an Miss dlly, I dile- a membered all boot feedom, an I esa raise up wid de rifle I bad n let de mau hare all she had. His gun drapped down an come mighty nigh a shootin de ole nigger when bit struck I de ground. Mars Jeems, hbeerted de racket an rid over, an when 1 t tell an boat it, yon never seed a man take on so. He come mghty Ii nigh cryin over de ole nigger, It declar ter grasbes ef be dkld t. An a ole Miass-why ole miss farly bugged me, an when I wre how glad dey a wus my oonbshus bin restin easy ever souensce." a Hllow about the soldier you I killed a" "We had ter cut down de tree for I ter bury im." "How did he get up there " t "Why, boos, he had on a pair ov dese telegraf spaurs-de kiue what d de fellers clime poles wid." a "Your Mars Jeems moust be very c grateful f" "l,'r'. chile, dey dint nuthin Mars Jeems.is got dats too good fer me. - bats what make me say what I do. r I aint gwine ter be working roun - here mong dilem chain-gang niggers a when I got a good home down I yonlder in iutmnn. Boss, can't give I die ole nigger a thripl for to git 'im a 14some mlat water wild " I Anid the faithful old darkey went I Ilia way. "Shut the Do." The advice, or rather command, I cnmbraced in the above three words I in a timely one at this season, even I here in the sunny south, and, some of thle reasons why It should be obeyed are stated as follows by the Chicago Inter-Ocean: b What an amount of misery might le saved and sin averted f everybody obeyed the injunction and shut the door. It seems to be one of the methods used by his Satanic Majesty to promote disoord in the family and encourage silent profanity at the onlce and the count. ing.room. ,"Coal Is high, the thermometer is low, two of the children with the croup, and the moast rigorons pacb ing at the grate has just begun to mike a gentle glew when if come some gentle fHea~ who hesLtate Ssad gossips at the open door until a thousand fese of asre has replasd Sthe esorie. You prints a big eardl- with a large band sad the lager pointing to the weds, Sl t the r door-bat Jonea sad Smith, ood I fellows, rsb in to sy how are ye, s and never se the ominous and lI pressive words One of the prst ,Iear oldo before linaim tahnt to llap he am eo pope u_ ag~~ler, rb d to i th Iat tIe door. It will prevent i mi d_ IcomIbrts and liTs La the y acitrle, ad a afloat emppresse maey wleked thoughts inp ssof beuseess. Thr as oopeoewhe . Inerer Ier lae -duI ItI IosI ele =meids lmitdriItieudodl ilngt atlhu.t thsou gmaiestees I _ta a me o woman l bee esth I of Mue's sad Diseanf lIsa t..bt Sth door. si e tewlflsIh rI ertoath, and athr ss) msts to I s..ti*s Ias Iw N iPl the . ,1a " - "Pjt, i ,._, _ case for being usemes l the aeaout gIrm vetl hw f the Fisr National Bakk b New York. Feurbumade tos dollars In mes sad bads wean teriously albstrelt, :Mad b t)ers and .eolalEts wuqtpap sling their wits to hed a elad aAse robbers a aes w relM"ved Idllw' ting that gthp e of tdo. would returs nueg l!h bank would eoml Wefiia i selam in a certal street in ]wTelrk as time named, wbe a pease would appear aatherlai to Mr tim tieves. Aeuaislep 41. S. oer went to Now Y .s a wm s standing at the esser Br odway and Hoasles stret, whe 'lir appsoaebed him sads esm "To are from Cortlau. IN ftue minutes a mIa Si oujt weasrin a sldk bat, a g l coast, mad a blue neutle KW W and you will hear of M 6a your advantage.' Audane mp Here the we s duotdal. otes psat blsa Mie` b the beak wensre ýNat dh. oleer. He was WIg thad ape rty .themed 1 alredy, and m !r6 sa i 1 allowed them. were not at ooes while peading the'b T wa made tie ges o tU, who entertained hm a styl took him oat dilD b a pair in a rees tfosm into th city, sad avem btoa sme all the siotatghts Fialer th megeiatlos wJt s* ed, the beak rsoverlag all e and beods beyond tMhe to apon a tie ~ r dt tihe The _~a r rw a by tnl mation that the ura pg had b bed the Cowaadaips hu h e l same m.5 e and ee-pSlSA to the same hahl... The -"st committed ls broad tNgt d daring basiaus herasod I we all the Imformatios the in i ts could ges-Clu~eaw .ai. . A party numbering ae emigrantsarrived berese a-gd morning's train, with their f le, seeking a location in this Im dIpi section. They come from n a o. They are stopPlDe at the basi4In house of Mrs. M. Gall, an street, sad are wel eared hr by the landlady. They propoee to tb a look at Shrevepers eamJdheb.a roundinlg country, sad will. deae less elect to make their hamsl helr We understand they we rged t.e come her by seeing the bulltin ot Wylle & Co., published Gble time since at thbl is He d e an - lated throulrghbt the mentq.ca It will be seeu that does the work after .alU tbli* any business yeo a1y, aen, tdow yeo se the ink of the pilei, will serely make a a lu. Is only ems of hbeuaade of lastaesd woaylrs 0e swmadm PLANT As Ye. Go.-W1he a Spaniard ets a peed era e ty a bole I. the gysaud wifth le and*overs the seed. Oeaseqad, all ever Spain and etkewhgsu b ing abeada.es tmpto tee as nd is ever free, L thie be imitated in our rua ,q l weary wanderr wi e le . lsol the hand tha miniatrd ibia csrto a4 . - hesd 1 M* Mtheim as *d ur thwe erl ip b m droie sa se thineadrrý rk net sep M eat a ls b I11~ Sl 5i 1