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- (LAIBORNE UARDIAN. VOL. 5. 1 HOMER, LA. WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1882, rO 47. Terms of snMserlptlIe: ,e, ryear in advance, ...... ....... $200 Ss imonthe " --......... . 1 00 Three " ............... Terms of Advrtlislmag: One sq'lare, of one inch in space or less, frst i..ertion, 1l 00; each additionalnser. tOn. 50 cents. aI ,. mno.. 3 mos. 6 mo0 . l year. , ,,arh, ; .i t; `, :.0 7 00 I0o 01 I)0 0 6 It00 11 50 16 045 00 S 900 14 01 11 00 I 00 S, O, 00oI 2300 :'00 50 00 c4. lourn 15 00 00 06 00 .00 0 OI 75 0 6 ,, 'i , a . :. 00 43 00 #5 Oni'lno I - V r, ' kf .:s 10S0l a n d 0ll tlaml n ,u c a rd s, o f te n ,ines or le].e in length. $15 per annum; for ,is months, Sto; for thre, months, 67. ln.ine4 adlvertisements of greaterlength will be iqnserted at above rates. L"..:el :,lv.rtislonenta will be charged at IetAl r.ite', where, tiedl by law; otherwise .t dpe,.ial r.tes as published above. !r special notices 20 cents per line. r',illr lt notiees of lesl than ten lines, aniI rtl irrlage and religious noticesineerted ,.r iti. .1,h .v rk ezecuted in the neatest style. anl .t r.eaonahle prices. .in:nlst 22. 1"77. o0111 A. BICaABOII N, ATTORNEY AT LAW, IIOMFER, LA. ,Janr try Il. I14. 22 t:, I. IMc"('t.tD.oox, ALLeIN HJatKCDALg, lltner. La. Vienna, La. erCLEND9)N A BiARDALE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, HIOM.ER, LA., I'1.1. lralectice in all the Conrts in 3r, .I ,t twi:tl Dl)ttrict. andt the Supreme toert ~f Ilh. Iate. T I'."rlntrhllip limh ited to Civil busineas tl lht. t(',Irts of Claiborne parishb. .fiy 17. 1 -1. 50:y M. J. %COTT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, !IOMER, LA., U'1.I. pr setir', in the Counrts of'he :d ,1 ,ianl'l District, and the So reme l'1rirt it W1innre . oi .. firt ,ldoor E:ut of Brown's litel. ".hrlt ry r :, I*-I. 2G JNO. S. oI'L'Ne, ATI'TORNEY AT LAW, IIREVEPORT. l.A. ( FI' l I ll p-st:rca oiver I.un n's ,anddl.ry ?.,re.. Front tll llranle on Texal Street. ,.i . ery 2, lI-l. 2 - JOHN EI. HULSE, Attorney and Counnslor at Law, iiO.lElt, LIA., 'III., practice in tle ('eurt* of tie :Ird WI il i ltl lhstrict asd the' Snprenm. I' o rt it ,onr e,. Illi e t IIi the ('mirt-holose. J nti, .,ry 1, I1!. 4l: •t Y" 1t',,tui,. Jutl. W. e, LnF.It T ¥OUNYO a ROLBERT, .ATrtOI EYS AT LAW, HOMER. LA., W 1.,l practice in the Courts of ('lai. I, rini. I.incolu, Union, and the u-. ;-tI" (Pnttlrt at 3onroe. ) ,',.tllnb r "24, I'430. 90:y J. E. TRIMBLE, Attorney and C'ouselor at Law, FAIRMERVILLE, LA., ' I.l. girl prompt attenrtion to all busl' i nIli lti lutnted to him in the parishes f uI sit, CIlihorne, Lincoln, Morehouse nlt lOllut lats, and the Supreme Court at •l!iri,.. SIp.'ial attention given to ise iotlls llntd collect ions. Mtly 7, 1l79. 35:y J. F. TAYLOB, (l.atet of George & Taylor.) Attorney and Counselor at Law, )IIlNIEN, WEBSTER PA., LA. 1.TI.I., pralctice in all the Courts of the v t .,ate. tand will give attentlion to ap i-i ito Siilrv.pol.orr Mlonrle. Quick cu,l 'lm i ii ,n.ii pronmpt reluittances. Land alrt.:, ,iven careful attenution. l-rIt .l. l'+),o . 33 ,ltreveport Star Bakery -AXiD STEAM CRACKER FACTORY, C. P. THENARD, Prepreteor. 'alttlf.ltories iof all varieties of Crackers, Bread anld .lnaps, Travis Street, nar th Levree. n " . enlr 30, l'tl. 16:17 C U. mI. mooms, iloue, Sign, Carriage and - Baggy Painter, Paper-Rlaner iad Olaler, HOMIER. LA. StOI.ICIT THE PATRONAOGE OF THE lclleolle of Homer aend vicinity. Forevl cea of omy proecieney. I refer to the nu uerr t, pl.rons for whom I have workeed I Clal~tilllrne parinh. Ternnq reaonable, and work nremptly I seentel, C. H. ROGERS. April g . !179 . . 3 1 *! AR AND BILLIARD 8ALOON, W. C. PIICB. lE 'JOCRoP . old and nre Wuia kie, fr sh Lager Beer. Inn Wines of avery •Aret. &c , one door soeUth of I. C. Law T ptrllntre of my friend and the " ic generally repeetlhly v clletied. u U . C. PRICE. Feltrouy I, tl, * 6:y B. J. MANT & Co., a I pertenr and Wholesale S D DRUGGISTS, Grocers and Commission " Merchants. Stores 75, S, 77 and 79 Teboapitoslaset. SWarehouses 3, 96, 97 and 99 Tebsepitoalaa ar. street, New Orleans. 0, Aug.90, 1479. 1:7 00 John Chaf, Wia. H.Chlle, 00 Christopher ChaSe, Jr. JOHN CAIPFE ! IONS, e OTT)N FACPTORS AND OENERAL .n 'OMMI881ON MERCHANTS, or om ...............No. W Unio Street, th S~'R ORLEANS, LA. Aug. 9, 1877. I:y at e JOIHN EllNRY A CO., Wholerale Dealers in .. Boots, Shoes, Brogans and HATS, Nos.121, 123 and. 195..... Common Street, NEW ORLEANS, LA. Aug. 22, 1877. I S. W. BAWLINS, (8Sccessor to Rawlins & Murrell,) oatlan .actat and ,am, oidian .4.ethant, No. 8s VWol* Street, I NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 98, 1077. 15:17y KATZ A BAINETT, f d Importers and Jobbers, IOTION8. IOSIEhY. RIBBONS, Laces, Ia ii 1 FAN'CY GOOD, &cr. SNo. A6 Canal Street. 2 dw,rs from Camp, I NEW ORLEAN8. I March 23, i l. 39:y A. K. IINHI. JNo. P. HLPIr. G II. C. WHITE, WITH I A. K. ;BONHAM A CO., e TfTH.lFSAI.E GROCERS. and Dealers i t ito FLOUR. MEAL ancd PLANTA-. I TIcON SUPPLIES, 308 S. Mats St., ST. LOUIS. 1 An.nst 10, IA+1. 5ij:6tim to NM. DALLAS, i RICE, 3BO3N CO., oi D A I EI.I IN HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARE C'TIl.ERY. Agricultlrnl Implements and Pllaltnti'o , Suplii. Tllnnger' Stoak and nils., Heating and Cooking Sloven, Mann- I fr.turers ,of Tin anid Jalupamed Ware, 1 S9 and 91 Camp and 697 Magasle Sts., ,i Warhou.ea: 143I. 145 and 147 Magazine St., S NEW ORI.EANS. e New York Oles: 97 Chamtwr Street. tnLI. AGKNTS FOR R T New York Enamel Palu Co'a Mixed Paints ti prepred ready for use: Wn'ash veh t l M& n Barb Feuce Wire; R' How as Inmproved renht; ; Extel*kr Lawn Mowers; Ansonia Brass itand Copper Co.; W Ametrican ('ruM-Cut Saws; I.ane's Crescent Ho.-; P Celebrated CHIIARTER OAK STOVES. 11 [- rrr~ALIaItD IN jst 1J. A. BALDWIN A CO.. 74 Canal Street, NEW ORLEANS, and No. Ity Chambers Street, NEW YORK, il SIMPORTELR AND DRALERS IN 01 OREIGN and Domestic HARDWARE, In CUTLERY, t OL'NS, PISTOLS, IRON, NAII,, nl STEEL BARB FENCE WIRE, tt RAILROAD SUPPLIES, and ri AgrremltUral Implemeta. be AGoNTS FOR E. A J. Brooke' Anchor Brand Nails and el a-n t 8ikes;al U. 8. Metallic Cartridge Co.; Winltead Hoc Co., Wlnstead, Conn.; a H. siustoun & Sona' Celebrated Files, Philadelphin; Fox Breech Loading Gun; IX1 Globe Cotton Planter. March 23, I188. 139: 8a 31305 a mOnt, dl JOBBERS OF ATS, CAPS, TKUNK8, HI VALISES, TRAVELING BAGS, Rabber Clothing, Umbrellas and Artlietlal Flowers, 99 Common and 10 d 107 OGraer 8trt, NEW ORLEANs. at Marcb S, ~l1.. 3: f. Ie lades, Pellesa Clthllg 8 Stevrs, a 9 Teums street, Shepeep, L, ., g bis peroneal attentioo to all orde seat f him. Noew and tr I aluuble Clothilg es Febrp, ary . iU. WAN (Ioth-west oereer o lPabile Uams.) , HOMER. LA., ml TfEALED is Fase sadFmli~eende U JToe-4eo, Clpn, ProvloIs Shoes. Iat. Clothiag. DryOss, Ner~ous, be aud I s tll rlfelerwtsR kept leA gnerel ame. .h s. pUi pabl si rmletfhfly ,,lkelted. II Tern. and y~4ep ebetal, Apr4t 1, 141. LEAVE TAmIM. S he will ln sails, B.a will not slir; I marvel while I leek eo her. The lips anm shill IAnd will n4d ; a eitber ehoo *e Her bair-sh, me! Her hair--her hair!- Row helplessly Mit bwale o thee; But my eaorl mpeNr an hen, O,e troese TI threand myr tes I L hiks the yes O0 either d11, Where her love lies Forever hid. I will be eleeplg Thed, som iday PJ. W. Riley, is Boeste Traserips. WIlt sl Taught ( elra I (Teass Famer.] "t, To diseounteneee the credit system, the mortgage system, the fashion system, and every other system teuding to prodigality aned bankruptcy." d Tbe evils of the credit system d !, especially to farmers and othert laboring elasses ae universally e admitted, not even thoee who are tl the most benefitted by it are often h found to advneate and Juntify it. So great is the evil regarded that e , it comes in for a large banre of r public as well as private condemns. tl tion, not onfreqently engagillng the t1 notice and serious consideration of , our law making powers. No gen. , eral, well devised eftorts, however, tl have ever been organized and set p in motion to overthrow and destroy , the evils until the Grange did it. in This, like many other evils it seeks oI to remove, is too well groounded in pI the habits and customs of tabe peo. pie to be reached and overcome at di ones. It most be accomplisbed by di the slow and tedioue process of hl educating the people ot of it. And while the many lessmaons taught in the Orange on domestic economy a will be found as valunable aids, sue p cres must be achieved mainly in hi exanmple, in praciecally carrying out , and demonstrating to oer cbildren, 8 and the rising generation generally, in the advantages of what the Grange ,a advocates in this particular, for It re is to those who take our places that w we most look for a eonsiderable l progress in thbis lie, and still far. ia ther in the tutore for entire success. ly Old habits and customs that many he ages have helped to buold up and as strengthen are not to be broken p at in a day, nor aen thbi evil be at pi once vanqnuished by assulling it in its strongholds, but must be done by gradual opproache=, eat ting oil at every step the rappert necessary to keep it strong. in this way, by persistent eborts, car ried oat in petience, the etil will become so weakened from want of supplies as evidently to fall er ezsbaatioe. Right hern we will allude to a thought that ocuos In connection with this subject, and one that should render the Grange dlear to every farmer is the laud. A It is a es, whilewe, as patesa, are seeking to better oer owm me. dition, by the mesS praesicablie i mease at had, we do be little els thbs to lay the fadatilea fer those, who follow as, to beild ep what we are plating, as it were and it i for them to mrep ad mere flly enjoy thfrmit. it isa legm y we are preparilag te Iave ear bildreu whoee we are goees, d to ls them to prepelt appraelate sad m it wheon they soeme oa the ield of acive ills, soild peage mqsh of ear tim sad theaght The feenaders o or sh Oidsr blilt breoeder thelm they haerw, ad it le ir de Patrem everywm so - D the mst iotehigina merseas mints to dreps and traNoagibmo tie maY nlfeet emadamltm, that thakw yt5 des Oerm my amtdie sekt to ead to emmpla the helis is the hi q ,dar mad -l b la a ed d sd bmh tit., Thee les weth5.ewwqa* thq to vIlesor eedit a rapidly a pee. siblk, a that who the building is completed so Los.putts et lager. marks may be femad on the pres -a or about th buildlng. Only overeom the medit ytem, and the mertasp , qsaem will per. lab; foe atgap isl the frultt of endit. o Bpow tlebas the dabit ot going la debt beeme that, to weanre all mr 4of eontracts, lie cd sad mortgagtees eonteld lrt to rmeea It. Caps are pledged asd paeud by legal writing beyond the control of the prower. lote are ezesmted with judgment, attorney's See and all espeaes of eollsetios, osfemd and pemised, with vsa rkises waivers knew and unkeown 1 to the law embodied in tie iastru. " meat, with every advantage in favor of the paes, and all for the t aske of getting eredit that many of p it the folies of or custom and hubh1. ion may be gratiued. To mort. Sagp oeao's rep sad the steek tt i d is making i, which is often a done, is bet little better than ser d n dom, for to alienate oe's right tq 0 'r the crop, and fequently an unplant. Y ed rop, and tie teem that draws Sthe ploew, ertainly divests the bhas a bndean of meb of that energy t and Independene that sbould chbaracterise this class. And so f with all who plan tbemaslvee in A this bhumillating conditioe merely ' e to mee re e a teporary indalgence, i f which, In ninety-ninul anes out of p every hundred, doa more barm than good. But the Orange bhas t produced a counter current to tbhis F ruinous wave. Itla s een and felt of i* many of our laws, statutory sad a organic. Indeed, aso many of its prominent ideas have tempered some our lawmaking bodies as to t draw from Orange opponents the "' derisive title of "Botabaga.' It ,i Shas also bad much praetIel seet a epon Individuals Ia the abandon. w msent of credit, as is manlfebt ln to strong Orange communities, s pecially where on-4perative tomr have been established. In this county, where the Orange hu bhas s* Istrong, the eets of its teerbig t in this pirticular are quite viable, and increasing each year, as the id( records in the cousty lerk's dae i will, perhape, show fwer sep it liens recorded than ever befe-a fact attributed, so aobt ver large ly to Grasp idoeees. Thi is a bhopeM sign, and sheuld lregth asee Sur devotionra to the sor, and I stimulnate as to renewed eaorts to y pet dowa thens peruldous systems. -T High manaring, thoremgh esldv ties sad the free se eo rugetable on matter lke mek, oe the Ibas pI wi caetlos ther prevesting to a eonsMd. wl Irable eztest, th eldeetsodrouth . Mees. Lwe o Gilbert, 1 Bg- an lad, l their elspetmetsssondL th heavily assed tslo raied to the depth of thty ls lashes many tone more vge thibs ajels. log leads et a henb ly resee And Is OepetFhWe wlithe lpsde itwas ed the whoeet hel was deg ep to the dspth of 4hstem ilashes, ed heavl m nasuad, the aithbegh 0th eleps all s~uim ps we alt bus du up. 1ees te"md ieedalo snt p theemu to the demise uea ensrpMly ass . leeanates aenny sa bon ee hi, a..be. Iwe.. pbe . IS muele ir lS ifer Onm f ill wom re cebseek Jebs saible Reio Ae filowlag advice to youes Ilees: "In order to fatettgalt oue ell, it Is well to tad bat whet She ls now. Del't tailk rlpely about St. Take pea sad paper ed write doew, s aseurte a desoae4tfe of yorself a possible, sad If you dare not, ad out why you dare not, sad try and gsetr seeath e hart euough to look yeourself the oaw. mild a well as body. Always awrs two minors oe your dreaaing. table, and with proper oars Ifet miod rad bhdy at the clsi time. Put yeaour best iteilllgenes to ad. tag out wLst you an god oir anr what you m be made lnto. The mere reolve not to be useless 6ad the henest desire to help ether pree pie will. I the quiekeut and moat dekliete way, improve one's elt. All asonpllsbments bshould be eoiAdered a meanse of assisting others. In maew get thie voie disciplitne and elear, and lfalk only of asrerey; exprmesion and edest will take ears of themselves. I, In drawing; learn to set don the right haipe of anything, sad thereby explain its obhraeter to amn other permi; bat It yes try only to make sbowy drawingr tar prawe or prItty ones for amusement, your drawing will have little or no real interes for you and no ednesaliofal pewer. Meaoire to do each day snmetbing sfuel in the rellgar sense. IAarn the economy of the kitchen, and good anmd bau qsalitiee of every oommon article of foodl, and the simple and beet molem of their preparation; help poor families in their ookinog, show them bow to make as eikh of everything as possible, and bow to make their astiles ; easling d lelpting them into tidy sad pretty ways and pleading for well flded table cloths, however eoare, and br a towr or two out of the pry den toa strew oa them. Oea sheuld, at the end of every day, he aile to sy, as proudly as a*st peasunt, that ahe bad net eaten the breed of Idlenes. Oat quit of the abeard I idea that Heaven will interfere to eorree great errors, while allowl g its kaws to take their own seer in In punishing semll de s. If boed is careeasrly prepanred o one expects Providence to mane It palatabole neither if through years of folly you mieguide your own lib aeed yeO epnes Divine interfeeee to brlg around everything at last for I the beat. I tell yes, puitively, I the world is net so eoaiotated. The eonsequen sf great mistakes re Ju s as aure as theae of .male wes, sad the hapine of year I whele lift and of all the live over I whih you brave power, depend I as literally oe your eomne weee : sad disretis as the eleelleusai sad order of a day.' The 66a9r M. "Mister,' begu a small bey, as be eatered a Woedward avenue grsery yesterday, ems beught .me mackerel bes lass sight.' "Aud l maklag e hagyr n ouAve N"y, I dMdUtt I haeath bad a 1uamer with a hole la It for a ItI remmber, w !I s hrer a batlflalar, a peartws gu a slab. "N ays yul gave bea lgd 1 plinap easy, sad bnealsie, e anud. ld ~ sam t di-we wu-h I 1 ase tja" *mu.9Ni gAA sIM m s$ mg We aron oe moe absed LE eanseue' the det' of the Boee I Jeeae isames, We speak eft no he d the emorable Jerm dame., it boeum it ray e Passible h to say not desie a.i: peresoaltWe of rekLd " nion be heoeuld b etill m at large. The reglar sfei.aaausl t, deabh otfee Jdamee.*hadeesuatie rt br adnoeIl sorrow oe eMae tae. r. H abileevy bm bees wRyte Mewe r or eght timel by ft blfhi6itg head . that lpen thee ura, sed aseec at still yoeg. uitg he marked Mr. P. Jame fr its own a good easy .1- time, sad be be g o bee 6 htel - el oted to makoe a ilsert Holiday. to The smol from Maine to Olflferail at' has bu e dmebed with lh gaee, Sad a. the g n gnae w vee above bil at sal ta Overy p6tio eof 6er gest If. land. *o ean bhas erished free Stbhe fa of the earth so blqeit6e g ly as Mr. jame, and no Amerteas se sitise bhas yielded up bla sang HAi & Bnder mob varied eleummeauses. I Lay him low wbhe tre bobelii6 e. blosoms on the sweet potato vine, Smaud phima Sw the valley whker 4 the pesn wave. s foBr of humble and oobmse. pa. y rets at e bpdly toia to the prod o emineees of Aeries b lseted tblet Ir and murderet.. -hen death mark. 11 ed him as its til the hast ties lt be was as promneat a man as Hen. y ry Ward Beeebet or ieoss e oank. rlnlg. His genins took a dilereal e aboot, it is tree, but be woo a same aeas a plunderer which throe the I, proud aebievements of one mod*n e bank easblers into cold and clammy r oblivion. Dea)th bh onue more r stilled the puke of a man who, m e 4 itst fo lrt lttce reentretieets as Sa beams botcher and grand Inraew d donneeeur, would have made as I elegaIet bumemrlst o stteLpau. Sie ld s puaded emotiosal eust.l I By aintead of muakir as outlaw of Sblmrif, he might now be alive, lov ed and teapeted. Bet was I. Sameunt of the law, and theaghL , when a ma mardered Nl the lset f des penengers la i trai he weould I eot be deal with bkenrly cad so Stdreelud. ThaM I whe re em*. Swmitted a grave error. e woot r tme bed to worse and be Mon lest m all, repuet for bimselL Yellow fe Sver sad the James boys hare bees Ia geies se rger the setry. r Th mortality rom ther aembined I dreases b s beia fghtf. New s that Jease dead one more, we r feel hopefli that the eoetry may ,he popolated witbout any serioes delay. Heretofore it Le sree as t uphill Jobe, and sae mea s Dr. I ayfd have felt at tiemes a tmeo g r they would lab does sad die of rdisorasgement. But noo tbheme i P hop again. The yelew fever is eseIdai, and Jems James aga l re SeNea es his bier. The enems soeaid sbew a rapid advaese in the Iras Ave yeaam neI be i away that will make the Sether nastoos elek.-le.wrd" Jme. t eras,. The als of has to be seed at the seaside this meas s emermoe, smm ham hbleg a large as uer feet is wmeemferee. The meet be setihi taI eb reld l the makea are is motherr .peaM, Is mther, ned olher bneetit l ala metly neament The old f els. Ud palm leaf Oe s ltll e ed e. dan ' em b e*r, sad thrdLep luee thaee sh ea bsee wl be aered in emee t, umeer wih the Japa.ny a, , s Sgem s es stn s -kI o ... C L ho r L~I,·