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OL. 61 IOMER, LA., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1882. , O. 8. Terms orf SIaerlptles: ,9 yeear iIt advani e ,...... ........l20t S o h ............... Terms of Advertilalg: º,Iz, , ro, of one nrch in space or less, '.t il'. "t, "I 00; each adilitionali user. . Inuoi. I wma.n4 s m. I year. . .,r,. ' .1 s 4 .:,$ 7 04,$10 t. $1:, (N) I , 9 ,I, .t I ' itO I,. ( N , it0 :,1 IN I I I ", il O I . 35 (, n ' 1, I , T , ,N, . 1(; 1 .,0 "n 75 o " ". o* :t) O( , 4:1 0 50 1 0r, r 0 30 S","llnal lland hlnllinellaa cardls, of lten SI I.+ In e,,th. $ir. per annun: for t i,, hilv. ii): for three months. $7. ,L . h Iv,-rtit, ¢ tiei4 of .reaterlength ,..-rt'd it ab.iove rates. I, i~ I t , 'rti~nl.lnts. will Ie charged at S,, , il ,f ric t ent per line. rt i(ltiq of less than ten lines. , .' ind religiona notionannerted t ri *,.tlwitte in the neatest ,tyre. II It r," I, n:t | prirs. +t - _ 1. 1.77. J. C. EGOANl, Jr., Attorney and Counselor at LAw, HOMER, lA. * Iti,e. utp stais Over Gall's .Itolr. Amrti t . 13n . 3: 1o@1 a &. RICENIRSO N, TTORXNEY AT LAW, IIOMER, LA. ('li.Et41')) A B.RRKIDALE, TroRItlNEYS AT LAW, 11011 ER. LA.. 'Ili. I, pratire sit all the Court) in 3rd 1 1.1. , I'll itri't, and ti.: Supretme , : ,f (thme .tle. ' I' irt r-hipli !mnit', t.e Civil Iu,in.es ith1 I'"n rt' ,f C'l.lihroc pIrijh. t. i. SCOTT, LTToRINEY AT LAW, if' i ER. LA., 11.1. prractlr in tlhe Cnurt oftl he :hi I I , i..l UL tltrlct, tiid tile .Supreleiil : it it 11[,srne. I fi rt ,'l,,or E.,t of IIrowl's IHotel. .34. 1. WO' - TTrORNEY AT LAW, ,IIREVEf:'ORI'. LA. Flitt - Tll,- t .i it Ier lo.t 's ai llr t,*ii. Front ,ntltac con' Texan .treet. it ary 2. IM41. . - JOHf E. RULSE, rney and Counselor at Law, IIOMlER. LA., I.L practie" in the Courtsi of the 3rd .ludrlliil I)i.trict anid the illrerw e t at Molroe. Sin the ('onrtt house. n lry 1. 13 l. 2t: WlplL f". .i t.E I:T TOU4O O ROLBERT, Frt lY'Is AT LAW, II(MIER. IA.. 111. pr.ierile in thie Court, of Clai. rf I"-, | t.l 'oihn. 'I 1OU, A dtil he S - l ('nrt at %tluroc. I ,"t r 21. 1t11 . J. E. TRIMBLE, ttorney and Counselor at Law, iAIltIl: '1V .Ll.E, LA., II.I. v i'o i pt aitt'tit n to all hnt i" __ ;, e.tlllm dl to hi nt I n the parisiol no n , l I' lo r t . L lin i'o ln . M , or , h I ut s " ,) . t. h s.t , ille the .lp re mni C ou rt at ' 4 ".' , i.il itt, ntio i gli'l to nur :,, .,I, I€.,t *,ctions. tl 7, 1479. 3.4:v . F. TAYLOR, t.hate of (ieo"te & Tira lor.) rney and Counselor at Law, )IINI)EN, WEitsFER PLA.. I.A. 1.1. pretire in all the Courts of the SState, Iitui will give attentiil to ap i in lShreveport or Monroe. Quick enl. tiiion sil prompt remittances. Land ert given i.careful attention. arch :11, 1'II0. 33 c. N. @oolEs, *uae, SiYn, Carrlage and Bai;;y Painter, Paper-langer and Ulualer, HOMER, LA. It.ICIT THE PATRONAtE OF TH: a" i-ti of llomer nul vicinity. Pored e, if my proficiency. I refer so the no Sn, nesma for whbom I have workeo Claibirn,. pariah. en, reaonable. and worek nnnmptl] i-ted. C. H. ROOERS. "cii ". 1'l"9. "33. I AND BILLIAUD ALOO11 W. C. PuIWE. '- (CIlllq. old amnd pnre Whiskiel fbih Lgr 3eer. Rne Winnes of evr. tY. &C., one dlot esLth of . O. Law 'I sto·nta of my friends ad i . I genera lly rmepeehllv lilitd. l* r - -W. C. PhU.. h Im , icy5 . II' J. . A T a Co.. Importers and Whelesale DRUGGISTS, Grocers and Commission lerchants. Storea 73, 75. 77 and 79 Tcboupitoolasat. Warehouse, :.I, 96, 97 and 9J Tehoepitoala, street, New Orleate. Ang. 20.1'79. 1:y John Chafe, . W. H.Chale, Christopher Chads, Jr. JOH CHAPFFE SONS, COTT)N FACTORS AND GENERAL. JOMMIAnION MERCHAN1T, Office...............No. 5W U'noon Street, ,EAI QRLk&'B, LA. Aug t, 1'17. I:y JOHN HENIIRY CO., Wholesale )ealers In Bpots, Shoes, Brogans and HATS, Nb. 121, 1lt anl i2I5..... Common Street. .NEr i "II.EA.vS, LA. Ang. 2. 1077. 1 S. W. IRAWLINS, (8,cceamor to Rawlins & Murrell,) 4otlon arrtot and ý,ýnom, Jion YrtA'hant, Ne. $2 Uieos Street, NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 20, 177. 15:l1y RATE RBARNETT, Inmolrter and Jobbers, TOTIONI. IIOnIE!,Y. RIBBONS, Laces, IT FANCY GOODI. Ar. No. @G Caial hirea-t, 2 dlnrs from Camp, .\\W ORILE.ANS. March 21. 101. 3M:y A. K. BONII.w. J-o. F. HAl.rIN. II. C. WHITE, WITH A. K. iONHIAM s CO., TIIbL.F8AI.E GRI('ERS. an.d Dealers t wT FI.1N'R. MEAL ,,rd PLANTA TION S'IUPI'LIES. 0ea . Mail ilt., IT. LOUIS. Angu.t 10, 1,41. 52:tion M. DAII.AS, WITH RICE. BORN d CO., DntLKRIt IN HEAVY & SHELF HARDWARE ('11" I'ERY. Agriculttnral iplement s atll i V) Plintaltiont ll,upplie, Tlner,' tnerk and I Tools. Heatulig a(d Cookilng Storr . Mau L.oa',er. of Tt folad Jlaupa.'d Ware, m19 sdll 91 Camp and 697 lllgallle IlSt., Warhboue-t,,. 11., 145 aind 147 Magain.u St.. NEW ORLEANS. New York Otfice: 97 C'hamber. Street. I..t. AOGENTS FOR New York Eamel Painl Co,' Mixed Paints pr.pared ready for nee; Wawhhblr & Morn Barb Fence Wire; Hl,,w ", Iptpr.vt.d Seal..; Exeelator Lawn Mowers: Annolli Bras andI Cjl,.r Cu.; Ame,.rircan r'nma-C't Saws; l.nne's Cre. , ,ent II ,."..: Crlclrateld i'IIARTER O.1K STOVES. ([ETABl.l.I.niD IN il.qg 1 A. BALDWIN t CO.. 74 ('nual Street, NEW ORI.EANS. and No. II CiHUambern Street, NE YORK, IMORTt.Ra AND UDALF.R IX FRIIEUIN and Domestic HARDWARE. CUTLERY, G;;NS, PISTOLS. IRON, NAILS, STEEL BARB FENCE WIRE, RAILROAD SUPPLIES, and I grIlltUral IlpSletmeac . AGENrt º'(R E. & .1. Brooks Anchor Brand Nails and anl Mpok;.' t'. S. r,.tahlie Cnrtridge Co.; Wintead line Co.. Winstead, Conn.; II. IDi.Mt..t & Sons' Celebrated File. Phluadelplhi; F,nx Itrecth Loading Gun; (;1h,,e Cotton Plauter. March $1,. lt+l. 3:17 ge SIMON & MORN, JOBBERS OF i ATS, CAPS, TItULK8, II VALISES, TRAVELING BAOS, Rubber Clothing, Lnmbrellua and Artificial 99 Common and 1', & 10O7Graer Istnee, SNEW ORLEANS. M. W. SMITE & C*., MaanslhetIesr of . SADDLERT AND HARNi88, Impertem mal DPeale's I j BADDLBBRr HARDWABRE, Agents foIr I Doeton Beltinlg Cu' Rnabber Band, Ho ad Pareklog. - Also, for PatesS har Itppod uh o. S (m l d t * .........* w ' - - Febrluary t, 18R. 1: , 3. e. a ,TT*. *.. PUISICIAN AND 8UUNOR, * O geaBosurth., L.I Oeen at the Dve UmtWflI4"U Tayler. tht PRtlatrT. Who eils apne the ashy ae, And everywhere le trawil frree, And not a out of fare pass het Thre Prrwill- t. hon Iuntrneri ryhl everywhere, And dines and Itamkta hiere and there, And ASIut no lack ot ties to slarat The Presiden Who nsw Bill Chandler stasm away, Insencting vo.e freen day to day, Without a cent ,of ee to play The Ps.idm.l. Who saw that navy yatrds wer 0lltl With skillibl workmem and amnkilied, A big Repuhllitean vote to Imildt The President. WH'. as e frmly tnavel.s ot. Murlt top tfmnre hi. tour Ia dmne, To bob-and-nob with IRbbeontm? The Psealdet. Who seves at Blaine's esplesast os, And helps Mahnne in polities, And winks at Rabbel's dirty trickst The President. Who runa the party's old maebino, And bnlds the throttle, all erene, But does not kep It overeleaet The Preidt. Who wants the people's votes and praies To lengthen hin oiotial days. But ought to try to c hahg hie wayst The President. -N. T. ban. How Shall we Impart Experleae to the Yesg To secomplish this bas been the aim of philosophers in all ages, and still they fail to do so. The young believe that old wen are truthful, ilncere, faithful andl generous-beliere they are what they profeas themselves to be in con veratlion. Dreadful delusiol I Life I is a ulasqteralde, ad leul and wo meen are tihe maskers. Few love truth for its own sake, so entirely as to neither speank nor act auI un trutlh not only by our actions, but even by our looks--sincerity is very rare, if we taLk it in its true sigui0 'ation of0 never professing greater regard auld frietslhbip that fuds a place iu our bearts-and faithful. new and generosity are more rarely met with than sincerity, if we test the fcet by mesl's actiotns, and ex clude their prolfeseiotis in worls. del·i8hness is not an integral part of the bumras heart, anld all compre ndmi its torpedo touch. Men can not be generous so long as selish es bhas supreme control of their hearts. Tin Cbristian religion is suppoaed to cnrb and restrain maiu's selfb nature and to substi tute charily sud benevolence in its piltce, aid would do so, were it in its place, anti would do so, were it emhracedtl int its spirit and truth, Iblt experience tear'es on tlhat a ben they are puot to the test few prolfes ed christiaons display Ibeevoluence. I am uot writing a satire, but giv ilg tacts as they are. Ignorautie of the world and of r en, while natur al to tile young, still is the roek on which so marny make shipwreck of health, happiness and fortune. Fan. cy and hope conspite to paint the future in the brightest colhrs of po etry and strew it with flowere al ways in bloom; they represent the world as Elisist, sud thrust inato the heek-grouetd all that would mar the gorgeous picture drawn by their ,.so pmotent art." Ignoranee leads the youug to crelit all the enchant ilg stories of hope mud to accept as realities the gay eemse disoribed by fancy, and bence the dreadful shook that ensues, when the reality dawns on them. Experience is the wisdom of middle age, but uts as qsniition costs many beuaelabe, falls, wuands and brules. Could the yoang man of twenty hmgi Ill. withb lho exlmerlee of lte man who bue live4 for dsOnds, he would h sneased in a at a ll perlided with an untalhl talisman agalst te exaggetlons of fan'y. He waM ldonmprehend wihe the roeks and tlhe shols were losted and eo be enabled to steer rwoaud tke. I se diomls sted bsasedoes 1t sailahe an nhubts stress, and tIas ted mr i" thelgh plathblm wilde wnas of bret witheat a omeas5I. Xoeit pase s haesy penalty for he. tig rgalos and lgeranse.teo le aulknspee mud *uee, aeeudosh o qukelse the estaee at th Aglef gs gpmb ts* the motien* by appltyg to their triends Ito ai. That pots as end to the e oire pr.ettlemew repecting oberity sad enevoleoere and brings rabbed mlahbees to th~ di'rfac withlylta regrets and enblohsing sohterflgs, or its fMresiug astulshmeot, that it should be seepeeted of Quisolsem in baenevoeneso The oberliably ml. Sob alee the Iatter toet, boping to oeaeeal the want of all teoling with mankind under a brusque manner; the urbanely selish adopt the fr. mnr blandly exoalpatory tone from a motive of polley. It is essential that yeeng mem abooeh start oms to ibh with a last view of human mature and ahbold comprehend the wide diereeoor there is between the eaoveenmtioa and the setions of men-hetwoee the prineiples they peof~k to be guolded by and the actions they per. form. Bellsbuese ie commoa to men. while generosity, coostan#cy i triendshibp and baoevooleoe are s oie pinult, only eultivated by seek as rise above the ordinary level of humanity. I would have young men study the maima of Roseohe. foaneould until they become Irmly txzed is their minds, and then to recur to them as guides at every step in their lives. They descrihe men as they appear without their cnnvertiieonal masks and as they will alpmer whenever they shall be put to the test, and teach as to look for no display of genetosity and be nevoleuee and to rely ou our own resonres. This will prevent ouar being disappointed In oar estimate of soen, which Is always a ahock to us amud apt to turn as into man. haters. Shankepeare's play, Timoes of Athens, abould likewise be read and studied with the tmost eare, by young men for its graplhic deline. ation of bhuman nature of men. Niuety-nine men oat of a hbedred always have, and over will, aet pre cisely as did the friends of Tlmoo when be put their trieodahip and benevolence to the test, with cold. blooded seliabuesa, and It is a good thing to know beforehand they will do so, sinae it spares us a terrible revolution of feeling. This play describes men as they appear, and fir that renaoa, mee a e itnollad to term it a satire, at so fhr fto a satire, it is a truthful and flIbliks portrait drawn with a masserly bead by one who knew poman nature to its core. But yon are ancuesating a wlisab philosophy is the asme breath in which you eoadema seliabueslt I deny the impotetioo. On may feel that moser are seloa ud an. grateful, yet still himrelf be ge erona ad wbenevolent towards thee, for pmrew.ei, " and Iwiuevolenes do not Iokh faor a returo0 in kind, eor for grotituile from the re. isdonta of Stheir favnraand betefactiot. Seek expretatiom would be, In no mOes, disiterested, doter oald the goner. seity or heneveoleeos be pereln wer, tbhy where it was promped wbdlly by a selfts motive. A man ear do his duly towardse his *lle resmt ure, althoughl be kaows they are I stterly selos sand be is birnd to do his duty jst the meos, biaus God imposed that duty a le. God ands his rain ea the jst sad the anjeal, and I lie taseIaer, I asod w, i erestuas, ditrib. uate oar obuhain, et tkming Ir a ay reteua Io kd4or eyves la igratefbl beling. This may ee I too bill a srari o OCelaIua duty Ifor tk l whom haritl Lbghs sad edoada at Lhmem wepaore s to lk, a1It it is keopiag wb tholind of oh the iad msrir* ka por e shble asautedlV u I bs mu h k did swhashk ir ay rete rn . Ir s smaeaieda a wis kadh s panes heosleuwd, w agepins oi eu-uala owheie be wbs woety er eawe r y, or elpgegd d tb C t ehrd, ku wg astv. 1 $ a sp ees teattsuse uA _ykE s pi dle it the WeiA en 1 od. e a el l teo void the poor fl. low who moeeed elarity. The Ie vlte'. ecodout 0a0 astural in Its alrekbaea and in keeping with the Mason ta t b5 I Ly " t pesso Is Time. of Athes. We are a ll ready, say aeon, to tohreet thier a the rekl, beeme they are io a condtte to return them, but where a pensm eteally Meede aid, we grow parIsmeloes and elslbh, aid contest euelvm wish biddlng him "be 0led," taking em lot w to him therewith to be Iled.T doubt thist Very well jees make the eplmimes, if Jeu are a peer man, and your desks. will esalik. You will have maray Levlte pens yoe by, the good Susartsoe wril not como along We are all besev. olet rand ekaritabke, of oos we are, and is le a ander to asn we are not, but yeo know well, times are hardnl and our lamhlloe ao oe peusive, we have engend loses, we have no money by os, we eae met help every o* e we wish we eoeld help, Ie. But when a man eomue with a rlt soea, gilt edge note, or a mortgage, prestol ebenpl wb are wreathed in smiles and bhapp to nseNsmedate him. Tbee is pro4t in this, ad we ioner no risk of lss; bat ihish ort of thing is not benevolent or ebaritable any more than is a merbant selling you goode on year paiung eash for them. I may young men bould not start out in life with romantic notlse abhout men being brnevolent. Ia. eroms or cousnstlat in frledabip. Betier eoumln.hrend at the neteet the distagrenhte and hfmfetlrating truth, thit hsmuean atnre Is llush. -eas ineareuartl, assd that, Id spite of talk and prrokeealt, men, ebtt how or other, bhalpte tl be empty hlnsled joist when yes. apply to them for seeistaoe, or they ose their money in a dlbrent line of baineeas. Friendebip lasts so loe a yen mend ia no noed of fiald. ohip. It's a balky hranr, and Ale back the ret bill yes come to. I remember a man who tried to make a bond two yeara ago-be tried a hundred friend, bat all made eo eoase, ao limy youe eald asm eleds thregh them; bea when I indadi one to sign his bend, by easigning to him, by way of serity, a polley of lnaeranee on my life, these b-. dred Mlend rucaed forward and pgeaingly assnred him they lhily ilteedd be boold make his bond and would oever have aeso l lose hio oe froem Iek of the boed. Why did they decline to sign his hond If they latoeded be slould give It Poeer bnalams wallhas whispered they might pelibly lee 0me money. Tbhi man was a poor man. He told me ome* time ago abst e bhas known bie hkndred friends aluo they refhard him, to go npcn etmbers of boeds where the prinelpals had property to In demnlg againd t lesw. These be. eeed pe woald kneok a ebhap down aeold hb stll he they were strangere to the prileiplosl freand aip, yet Mendbip t a rooend when he so t need, iNstead of meast lag the prebole eest and risk, as dll these hea ed men. Thin ple as kad .bedetJ ko resmatls Iean that me wer beowelest, gs. ,wres sod epeble of fsedUp, cd weeMd aet ep to tteir paeeasi cad premliem Well heheea a.ser Iuses el splesm asew haet She r evelwtine of SlelNg meaed him tI an i le b eera mng m , peaed thu I thg h ed Wpe I therii sc pS g IS S*. thas ae e~ r~i to Iodmel saeC - aiad I1lce i a- eagap 'nen..ao e ee P*t*h. mewed awpey a ss , pal!, p e .4 *w asteenw e we, a easeet r ime.l ad the umse res weld SilIow MI emt I poietnd oet a me assa el rad a waeau s a ptfratite, of sateneedl a at, hst a ubs Sea d~e ot ot4eet to belog ptiated is their tsne eders "By tBhet lhts r shal teew them." "A goed trau bateth peed frt,' A. It men Myev esablt 67 beweveIens eor Meadsip wrel tl ise ter the., they should adn i paloe when tbis fet ieed may i degrdr men w p saIed to mation edai a feet. The eista at the hat I wheat hald amsbat es soet the emerewrs ~ e , eor ai emne"le II tho deed, asi h as moetleding 0 It by a peaIaeste As a rib Ohtaseria told r%, elss. deal years beans nabody *I best or sdre ekher be wad t .I was paer, lad thin was is benar kieel-.A. W. alaMd, is d~M U4,m.ser JeoswL THE 'UW-NV." (eais city or. N. . T.w,.ns The tradItiSonal "sdwbey whd "takee the tU disht as Ilte-te to amel bhld is a ran belig iW IE e Ml aSve essememulr ata Ded oltt. Bie toor t etoradao and lepelaltf of Northn AuruSsai are a wilder st, but alike pIosnslg a reekiess gmeaerty and regk kladhesrtiduess that go ar to re-. deem their darker traits. Bat thd man whe attempts to impome apes a "Seow. adso too late that be Ims roused a pea ioWte sid deadly foe. When re "eow-bo' shoeets, he aboots to kill, sad be seldom aimes his alt. Maey of them will time after tim eat w gluss tneals tar -from a telegraph poloe lti their siz.shbooters, while l6heIhggs ate on tbhl fall galip. blSthedg belle and gaewMlag sal*sh ai .ew.boys, slbet ad ah eeithd on the nsag from all scSiety, gird themsere eup to peseeaseo whiky, and worme xIessns, and beesa dageruns me. The straoger wvhs ireres tbhm to drink with thew will saddenly eieage his sed, when he lakse down th mide at a revelver with a partiesarly wished eve behind it, sad emars the JigutI east weeds, "Abrager, dye tehtu yor too good to drink with me In Arise~a , New Messe, and s"as ln Coiloade, th pistl is freely fu I. gambling qlarretl sad drenbsL rows. Heroe i. Kniee lesa am I the esseptioe. The m t lawlessm esw has paesd eawe. The "ee buy" draws his reese a "es Ia Jesk.asbbit or the satelpoe, aid the "teader-ootw ha o reestler dsagp to enaleuser thea he attasaito thE t tiny bet psalSistt fe that he hAs I. the beds of the smelt htest Dodge CIty, one of the *.et .Hpt , pinl poIlUt for Stle, is airde by pi Ka aasem the b a i d.w OGemmerb of the Statl, and it .the dery towna bsied wis , epis ot the frtetier Ills. Ssliessm mea deow by the mSwaW weeks, lied wish dunes hits bad low, gmrog ies. u rt ey i are to full blent, Siled wt. * , besr rsm.. th ..nsendtg .aene r try, ttue ber ad s r r i . saegeres. 1at seem bhest d u1d . sao she ansger is r teare a o Esnae teed be ia IS * Isre s lw api qeeepe lammn mns had Sp 1ns she gem I IkII e I - . p --l