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joltI A. RICRARSI ON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
January II, l4 J.
rv.s 1t. M)Ic(.L'OX, ALL.S BatUALZ,
Homer, La. Vienna, La.
IeCLEWD)') A BARKSDALE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
TILL practice an all the Conrts in 3rd
WJ ihi.el District. and the Supremeur
C'urt of the Sttate.
r Prtniership limited to ('ivil hnusiness
ithe t'eurts t Clahtborne parish.
July 27, .1. S1y
N. J. SCOTT.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
T ILL practice ill the C,.urts of the :kl
SJ Ii, ii Dis)trict, and the Slupreani
'nlrt it M "nr ,-,,
0 ti .' tirt liur Esst of Brown's lIntel.
F bruary 9. 1-l"_. 26
JSNO. . YO'NG,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
FFIC'E up-.tairs over Loniey's sladdlery
lstire. Front entrance on Teas street.
Febratry 2, |1-1. '25
3JOEI R. nIULSE,
1ttorney and Counselor at Law,
IILI, practice in the 'ourts of the 3rd
It Jihn i l I);strict uud the $npreme
hort at )1oMrie.
Otllie is the L',nrt-house.
Jantairy 1, 1t51. 21:
ol s. Ysotn. Jlt. W. Ilot.Bar.iT
'OC;NG at OLBE- T,
tProRNEYS AT LAW,
'tl+L practice in the Conrts of Clai
r1b Ire,r Ltcolo, ULnion, and the so
rne, Coulrt at 'douroe.
D, iiab,.r 11, 1 30. ` :v
J. E. TRINBLE,
Attorney and Ceouselor at Law,
`TILL give prompt attention to ll busi
t ea enlltruted to haimu iu the psrilshe
SCUlnin., Chalsorue. Liolllne., Morehonus
a4 Ouachita, alld the Supreme Court at
uire,. Special attention given to ene
-usions alid collectioue.
May 7, 1979. 38:y
J. P. TAYLOR,
(Late of (hiearge a Taylor.)
itteruay sad Conaaelor at Law,
MINDEN, WEBSTER PA., LA.
WrILI, practice in all the Courts of the
Ssitr,.. saId will give attentiolu to ap
peal. it 4thri.vrt ort or Monroe. Quick col
rti-inl saul prompt relmittancre. Land
astt.rl given eareful attention.
Martch i:l, 1"4A. 33
Sre~veoart Star Bakery
STEAM CRACKER FACTORY,
C. P. TaIHEAS. Pvrprtler.
15-1facetorles of all varietiee of Crackers,
Bread sad busps,
Travis Street, sear the Levee.
ivenat lwr tl0, 1i51. 16:17
C . . ooelBs,
Rouse, 81Yga, Carriage and
Paper-Raner sad Olaser,
ITSOLICIT THE PATRONAGE OP THE
Iwop leof Homer and vicitity. Forevi
lees of my prileiency, I refer to the n:
tonl persons for whom I have workeld
ervns reasonable, and work nramptly
sreed. C. H. ROGER3.
April ,1e79. 3.sy
1AR AND BILLIARD 8ALOON,
W. C. PRICe.
PI'E CIGA olU, a al ad pre Wliskie.,
fresh Lagr B3r. San Wines of every
-O7rt. Ac., one door soeth of M. C. Law.
e patromnae of my frieads and the
blio seerally repeetfly ni lrited.
w. C. PW I..
-ebnruta t, till. **
E. 5. A. AT A CO..
Impertes and Wholesale
Grocers and Commission
Storea 73. 75, 77 and 79 Tehoopitoola.at.
Warehouser. 9W, 97 and 99 Tcbospitoolaa
street, New Orleans.
Aug. 0, 1'79. 1:7
John Chate, Wa. H.Cbate,
Christopher ChaSe, Jr.
JON' CAPFFE & SONS,
COTT )N FACTORS AND GENERAL
NEW ORLEAYS, LA.
Aug. 22, 1877. 1:y
JOHN HEMBRT a CO.,
Wholesale Dealesr in
Boots, Shoes, Brogans and
Non. 121, 123 and 195..... Common Street,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Aug. 22, 5r77. I
S. W. BAWLINS,
(Successor to Rawline & Murrell,)
,atilan 3.aclo and
4fummn iLAan -etYc ant,
No. a Un11on. Street,
Nov. 2s, 1.77. 15:1y
KATE A ARNEITT,
Importers and Jobbers,
TOTIONS. HOSIEI.Y. RIBBONS, Laces,
S FANC('Y GOODS. Le.
No. 86 Canal utreet. 2 do.lr from Camp,
March 23, 1A1. 32:y
A. K. BoxusA. Jso. F. HALIN.
HI. C. WHITE,
A. K. BONHAM & CO.,
TIIOI.E.AI.E UGROC'ERS, and Dealers
SIn FLOUR. MEAL atid PLANTA
sea 8. Malm St., ST. LOUIS.
Annst 10, 1+S1. 't2'im
RICE. uOBN a CO.,
HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARE
ClUTLERY. Agricultural Inplemeunts and
='Itanitlion suppliesTunners' Stock andi
Taols, Heating and Cookings elnor, Manu
farcturers of Tin anld Jlapallned Ware,
A9 and 91 Camp and 697 Magaslde Sts.,
Warehouses: 143. 145 and 147 Magazine St..
New York Ofcc: 117 Chambers Street.
I4)LE A(OENT PUOR
New York EiueIrl Painlt C(' ' MixedPaints
pr.iearl readyv for use;
Wa.hlrn & o.ewn I~irb Fence Wire;
liwer's Imnprovcd S(ae..s:
Exrcel.ir Lawn Mowers;
Ansonia Brass and Clplper Co.;
Ameorican ('ron-Cut Saws;
I.ane'. Cri.ceu'nt lInes:
('elebrated CHARTER OAK STOVES.
[asTAsBLialED IN 1~J2.1
A. EALDWIN A CO..
74 ('anal Street. NEW ORLEANS. and
Nuo. I1 Chambers Street, NEW YORK,
IMPOlIITRi5 AND DpALIRBS IN
FOREIGN and Domestic HARDWARE.
STEEL BARB FENCE WIRE,
RAILROAD SUPPLIES, and
E. & J. Brook.' Anchor Brand Nails and
i'S.C. Metallic Cartridge Co.;
Wintea.l Hw Co., Wiustead, Conn.;
II. Diiston & Sono' Celebrated Files,
F-o Breech Loading Gun;
Globe Catton Planter.
March 23, l't l. 39:17
SIMON A KOH1W,
fATS, CAPS, TiUNKS,
VALISES, TRAVELING BAGS.
Robber Clothing, Umbrellas and Artificial
92 Common and 105 & 107 Grvier Street,
March 3, Iili. 3Sy
Ben leadman, Peleun ClthiUng
9 Texas street, Shreveport, Li.,
W IL be pleased to see and attend the
Swants of his friends, and will givr
bhi personal atrtetio to all odelei seons
him. Nsw and fshionable Clothinglo o.
February 12, 13. lt:r
P. . PSIgEl AW,
(Soath-wst o€rrer of Pablie 8quas,)
DEALER i. Faney sad Family Oroeeeir
Tobheee, Cigars, Provisions, Sts
bShoer. Hsts, Clotblg, Dry Goods ,Nottio,
sad a fMll eupplr of everything hept is a
general atoe. The eate.m of the pblie i
Tee sa4 psin Men. Y
dI o eonfeea, with my a sigb,
M.y lip have breathed fom many a lie,
A.. whob, withoh btelights in view,
Woold hIe tghem for lie or two?
Nay. look not theb with brow reproving;
Lies are, my doar. the soe! ef loving !
If half we told the girls were true,
If half we swear to think or do,
Weor asght bat lying'l bright lluslele,
The world would be iL etsone eslbhlea!
If ladles' eyed were, every ee,
A. lovers' swear, a radiant sea,
Astronoy would leave the skies,
To learn her lore in ladies' eyes!
)h no!--lelieve me me lovely trl,
When Nature trns your teeth to pearl,
Your neck to snow. your eyes to re,
Y.,mr yellow locks to golden wire,
Then. only the,,, can Heaven drees,
That you should live fhr only ne.
And now, my gentle hinat to clear,
For once. I'll tell you tauth, my dear!
Whbenever yes may ebshee ao meet
A loving yourn whose lves ia sweet,
Lolng as you're false and be believes yo,
Log ll you trust sad he deceives you,
ao long the blimsful hood endures,
And while he lhos, his bert is yours;
lint, oh! you've wholly lost the youth
The instant that be tells yoo truth.
Now Qeene Vietoria eis.
Shortly after alf-pet eight the
queen enters from her own private
apartments, followed by Prineses
Beatrice. Her majesty speaks a
word or two to the visitors, and
then all go to dinner. The private
dlining.room, which opens from the
corridor, is a most eomfortable
apartment. The Queen always
loullen in this room, and dines
there when her party dues not cs
cred sixteen. The further side is
almost all window, looking into the
quadrangle; the walls o~n each side
.f" the door are covered with splen
did tlalwstry, which was preatlted
to William IV. by Louis Philippe.
There are only two pitures-lbthe
Qunen (by Anlili) at on1e end, ond
the Duchess of Edinburgh at the
other. The dinner is always very
good, the carte being well conceiveat
and well executed, and the dinners
excellently served. On the menu
the name of the cook, whole reapon.
aible for each dish, is written oppo
site to it, so that praise and blame
can be equitably dispensed.
Champagne and claret, arethe wines
usually taken. There is a large cel
lar of very flue old port at the cas
tie, but very little is now consumed,
nor is sherry (which was the favor
ite wine of William IV.) itn great re"
quest. In Prince Albert's time,
Tokny always appeared, as he in.
var iably drank one glass after di,
ner;, and as a supply was seat every
Christmas by the Emperor of Aus.
tria, he got the best that could be
baid. The royal diining-room is quite
a brilliant spectacle, and the first
time a visitor "bas the honor of din
ing" lie is very like to lose his din.
inr while looking round tihe room.
John Brown, in full Highland dres,
is stationed behind the Queen's
chair, and occasiounally the other
"personal servant," Loblein (who
was Prince Albert's conldential
valet), is also to be seen bovering
about. There are footmen in their
state liveries, pages and cellarmen
in their respective uniforms, and
the clerks of the kitchen, who carve
at the side table. On ordinary ac
casions they are in plain blasek with
knee-breeches, but at large dinners
they appear in their uniforms.
While the Queen is dining, the
ladies and gentlemen of the bowes
bold are taking their meals Is the
large dining room, ounder the Presi
dency of Sir John Cowell; this room
olense into the irst of theU tbhree
prisoilpl drawinl.ros, and is at
the nothest eaorner of the easte,
and the iaest view frem the whoe
place ia obtained trom its windowsr
Tbohe Quee dines here wan he
habs a prty of from twenty to
thirty. Ou th very rre enasiaen
when the emhber i still larger,
sald it bsesee aa adloar e State
b-nqeet, 8. GOorges ball is sed.
The Queen leave the roeem with
the ladies, sed li two or tbhree
minutes the Ientieme feoow, sad
them eomoe te eaty persnal later
enomre thabet takes plae hetwem a
gaet sadrts ho, a her majeatj
remr us li tb erideir r pe-h-p
haMt as ber, and squesqqinqSqh
few minutes with esch visitor in
secression, after which she bows to
the cirele and retires. The guests
and household then adjourn to the
crimson or green drawing room
(there is some wonderful Chbippe.
dale work in this room which would
be the despair of ordinary dilet
tanti if they could see it,) and the
evening closes with musio nud
whist. These rooms contain no
merees cabinets of priorless china.
The Queen pases the evening in
conversation with Prineras Bet.
rice, or in reading, or writing, or
in listpting to a reader, either in
her own sittiangloom, or in the al.
joining one, which was formerly
used by Prince Albert. Both are
lnvariabl) lighted up. Cnndles are
used for the illumination of her
maje.at's private reces.-Lond-s
Amsset ofs Ounaw.
[. Jesopb OsssUe.J
Jesse James' nearest neighbors,
on the eorner of Thirteenth and
Lafayette streets, speak in the
highest term of the departed out
law.. Dring the luast snowstorm a
noumber of young ladie at 1329
Lafayette street, were in the yard
snowballing each other, when Jesse,
to theta known only as the quiet,
neighborly Mr. Howard, chanced
to peas the premises on bis
way home. In a spirit of mischief
one of the ladies molded a enow.
ball and threw it at Jesse, who
buast into a hearty laugh, slid
gathering up a band falull of snow
began to throw back at bhis ag.
gresanrs. With load screams of
laughter the ladles started to roun
down the hill, with the domesticated
guerilla and train robber in close
purauit, showering snow on the
fleeing bevy of beauties.
All speak in the highest terms of
Mrs..rlames, and the neighbors
were congratulating themselves
upon the proximity of suchb agree.
able neighbors, when Jesse's death
lisclosed to them the truth of the
adage that "all that glitters is not
In the new directory jnst pub.
liahed, Jesse's name appear as
Thomas Howard, but no vocation
Jesse, among other accomplish.
ments, could lay claim to being a
good billiard player, and some of
his evenings were spent at a saloon
in 8outh St. Joseph, where he could
Indulge his passion for the game
with a number of young men whom
he often met. One dark night a
young msn said:
"Mr. Howard, I don't like the
idea of going home tonigbt. It is
dark, and I man may be 'held up.'"
"Where do you live I asked the
peendo Mr. Howard.
"On the bill," was the reply.
"I'll see you bome," said Jesse,
"and nobody shall lay a band on
you while I am with you."
He kept his word. They went
home together. Thebre recollee
tion, though, always produees a
cold sweet on the young men's
The amount of the wine and
liquor bill which the eongressmew
and snsators were rm ponsible br
at the Yorktown eslebration Is
_W1U, ieledinl a item of one boaun.
dred sad thirty asesm oehampagne
(30), oe of s ltyJighLst gallesa
of whisky, ee of twsty.two dma
t serry, Iftesn Igallones of bndy
(18m). sad m0 werth ihine
wie. When tie bill eame up in
eournem Tesday, one meuher mid
It "was ery end." ThiI lery
true. Thre ea be thinag more
gtoy thea the eatire asous
frIo the bidl aythieg to nser
ephreats: "WLuat is philes
phyLP It is asmetHIag tht en.
aen rIh mae r, ay tlheeb e
dllrs~is"g us..& u0l
EawS UI r M blls b ll
It eema scarnely redible that
auch a good, old fashowned eustom
as manuring corn in the bill sheuld
be called in question; but we se
that quite a lively discussion ocaur.
ed recently, sand there was a diaem
ilioun to decide that it was better
to speed the manure all over the
land equally, thea ilant the earn in
the hills and let it take care of it
self. It one has a good supply of
manure, and oae aeoed to give the
whole ground a thorough dressing,
it may do very well to let the hills
alone; but we are quite eare that
where the supplys at manors is lia.
ited, it will be found far better to
put a pa-ot it at least In the bill
before droppsng the eara, and we
have little doubt but that even
wh.en the whole ensurface is abo.
dantly manurd it would still pay
in tuany caes to muanure i the
We noticed some time ago the
ewperiments u ade in one of the
German ezperimeatal farem on
emall and large seeds. Small seeds,
like small potato eyes, der pro
doee as good crops as large seed,
although the ground in quality
may be equally rich. If even the
mere pise of a weed gives it an ad.
vantage in its irst start in life, bow
mncb more valuable moat be a good
stock of nutrions tood ready to haend
as soon as the young plait Is in a
onudition to use itt It is indeed
their fret early start in life whieb
makers all the dieerene between a
good crop and apoor on It plantsI
once get behind t is very bhard for j
them to poll up again. There are
but a few months of the growin I
time, and a good start is a great t
For the name reason, it sen oer
ror to bury aanorse in the ground
at any time, when the stop is an
annual one to be sowed In the I
Spring and taken In thebo fal. I
And yet thbs a very common prase I
lice. Manorse s spread on the
surface, plowed down and the seed
sown on the surface with the man. I
ore several inches away. It would
Ie far better In most cases to plow I
the ground frst, and then spread
the manure on the surface and bar.
row it ia before sowing the seed.
It is ptobable that most persons
are aware of this, and would follow
the practie were it not for the
additional labor Inrolved. By
manuring is advance, the hauling
can be done when we are not busy;
in the other ease it most be done
at once, no matter how badly work
may drive us before we can sow the
Sseed; and tbeu i iis so much easier
to haul over solid ground tbhano over
ground newly plowed. It is there.
fore good farming very often to
sacrifice a little of whbt in some
wses msay be the best plan, for
that greater principle, economy of
time, which ls often of far more
importance in farm profts. So
with this discussion about manor.
inlg eat in the hill. Whether its
a good policy to manure corn is the
I bill, is altogther a pretical quee.
tinoo bat as to sealed advantages
of the practlce la lItel, we think
threo ought to be so diereuee
oIf eplion wbaterer.-Gearmuelu
Tie Ohio RBeptbllesa have pet
solid plaok Io their platerm-op.
position to negro elavery ad rm
ptby for the pereted 3eait
Jews. They will haveto aeoae the
Demoerata of holdin the epp itre,
else these eimmas will pea a "stale,
Ias sa od soproltals." AsythLu
r s buss, no mettri it b dead
An old eitiea I a eountry vii.
le belalg aed for a satueriptiei
towards repalielg the foSeasofte
graveymed dedMied, saing, I cob
isrihed towarsh Implerld'm ta her
a plgmrad nigh o to mrty ye
p agead my Ladlty hslaI hld l
uti m l~.eg t.
They give a main a abaed ei
West. tn Deadwood, Cavie, or
asn of their 46w *Wess tewans,
tlh splrlt et ir play eep to the
sarlfae even In judicial prad~oigi
A Nichip. mai who keeps as
eatingboue at O anlaes was over.
particular about taklbg a ame -.
WS beltf dollar, asd is the row
which teedited u was bteihmerabl
battened. MI therebee eatled up
on thl JlIea of the Peace dat
stated t ade sat asked ar d
"I gu I woeldn' miat a fbat
about ht," replied ih4 oh/l.
"Bat be meent to kill ml
"Yes, I prmeeNm o bus bert
have tow, and that will cud iL"
"lEt be's dogesedwe ian
"Tee, ter Sw t y I Dis te i is
aftel of bid.?
"Jedae, do reo tnow that be
said about you wbhe I tea his 1
bave kim ansted P
"Well, hea said yee weseabsed
gFrabopper eter P
"Yea; buts be didn't Iaree i'
"Andd e galled yaet apSi".
"'Well, be was mad, I SippIs.'
'Yea, and be was sad whe Id
amid you didust bna i esll Iti
write your own name, mad their
rote eouldt't issue a warreant.
*.Did he may that r
"Tihen ll tm eia him like a ena.
ton avalanche on a faltet wale .
Tihe man bwho nenes at my larala'
must brav a ieot6mpt be the
"The warrmsu weas hoed, im
party amrreetd and sslmdimd vt
diet thchart fwee:
iountnlou William, tei vetdics
et the couMrt that Joe are glulty,
sad th we atence ea A of wueash;
This coert en't geot over The Ma
that you villied its mental elbre.
It is also awere of the fast that yet
hareo's a red to pay ysot e with.
Now, then, f yeou willt eet this
court buck of tbid b4dllag oe the
level, it will eithir 81 away with
yoe in lx and sa Ihal mlants or
remit the lue. I want to peve to
the cltisens of Genniaso that hi
electing me to the juadlesry they
havre aes their votes e a mad
who an spidt on bid brads h sit
diferent langIages a t ga i away
with a bogpen full of oughs with.
out having is eat aratebed. Pie.
oner at the bar, bhv6 os asytliag
to say l
The prisooer bad. o mai he'ld
rathet go to jeal, lnt to Jail hd
osd Fo es tsedt
"Whats the matter nowl" amked
a fabshoable Austl lady el her
husband, who oe"e to be bi.
"I' feeling very badly. I'P
afraid rm ot louig for ttil wedday
was the reply.
to thbe graveard behind my eit
"Thatt l asit betr e' i y heti
yarlllt. Ill rie iln a earrial, et
els r ot be In the prleelaies a
ae t heartlsmeai ede i ai
mad that b wet to wait smad ep.
pdd op aed w wed, ad aew he
ela stn daea I t t Ie m at.l
mgeitay aS. tn the 0l6 et
Dating tbe muses * IM At.
mand fa Wews
Jobs tl Me s.