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• s HOMER LA., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12 1882. tkO. 18.
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h " FMasIlu:,. 2 00
an v lvers. 5 -f
AT AAcoCk. I P Advfrtisiig:
D ele u '1 V Camp 1 7
that WCamnn. A rne inch in space or less,
J J H Owlens 1 I4), each additionanllser
f the 'J 8 . 1aMna rs. I j Si
ra h tie mebers l o mos.. moe. Iyear. t.
Shas F A Ntre r .5507 00 $10 00 00
ind of I e 11 S0 P G 20 003
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d the I. Lt. By ore ,I 0 125 00 50 00
S00 33 0) 50 00 75 00
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tnts, Ia rhnta( a inf
'"n i' ...... .r or 'L nd hnuineas cards, of ten (
Inpr _ n length., $1 per nunam; for o
lut- I . . $110 for three months. $7.- I
Iof all trtiisments of ereaterlength
tt of I lyl the trted at abolve rates.
of it e to rt emnnts will be charged at
,aid. tnt.' 's. where fied hrv il aw: therwise
,in L at 1 rate1 ar s published sl bove.
A .,n'aid i nntlerr 20 rents pot line.
San A t A i notiicee of lees than ten .tnac. I
I Gulf "'nPI1: it "Tl.ot att religions noticestnserted
-M,,r,. . .,,rk Iruentid in the neatest style'
,.jtri t ,. ~ tsoltilas prices. 'N
ea ,'lt 2j, l9.7
S ,err I J. C. EOAkN, Jr..
Jew, tanic'. no -stair- o,.itr t;:il' ~tnre.
neatr \Illet a't . 1'*2 -
JOHN -. RICH 4RDMON,
,i TTOR"EY AT LAW,
,..p ITOMI.:R. I.
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atiletl P .:n"e. I. t1 at. 1 r. N
ling. 'II 'LE¶DV &A BRKE1DALE,
'" A.\TT()RNEY AT LAW.
'PT.L5 str ;tie, in all the (',uttl itn I r,
tw'e .1n 1 ul 11" *t ,t, .1 n the tupreme
tc of , ti rf ra tit,- St It',
news P rt ,r"h'lhp h tedit('villar1nea
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N. J. 111'OTT.
. ATORNEY AT ,LA:W,
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La. . , i.t i.l . li tri,i t. and ti,' npro'i
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JnlO. S. -OUNG.
.n\' AT'ORNEY, AT LAW,
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1 JOlH E., HR'L.UE.
''' ittrney and ('o)n.selor at Law,
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A mt, I i L .' "lt '1 t' 1 ti ht 'nt the ~t e i hI
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wI-. eit ,'l. I l .i,,ll W . I.,).lBI I. r
lt t er & al
*.at tt YOUL'NY I A OLBIERT.
rbl rT'ORN EVY \ AT IAW.
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J. E. TRIIIBLE.
S Attorney and Counselor at Law.
e.t1 IId. gole prompt t, eantion.to all boui"'
it 1 r se ,,f t tlm 1 rled toi him ie ll i the tnri -
nf Lnin. o .ln s-harne. I.lnenln, CMrrhonse
Vt iii Ouachita, and the lnprncte (Court at
s ,.trne. eapscnll atteution grtv n rto -nit
rib re a ' t" s "nd collecto :t- y
.beter tey 7. -".).t
s J. F. TA'LOR,
o rte ra" George & TTaylor,'
on' Aettornley and Coannuelor st Law,
=Es' MINTI, EN. 1,EUSTER PA.. LAt
alTIL, practice in all the CourtE of the
r State, and will give attentlu to ap*
ea o ,, xs| in Shrevnport or Mourne. Quick el
h I t lons and prompt reittances. L.and
S na ttelal livea **e0lreln attention. o
c, I. sogoEW,
House, Bi1n, Carriage and
p. Baggy Painter.
Pper.irarger rad luler,
Ibeek ROMER, LA.
SBOL ar:It THE I "P RO .At, or THE
people ofo Iomer and vicinity. Foreal
tearer otr m prabedeocy, I refr t3 th: na·
• Clrlhara, parish.
1C. J. MAOR a CO..
b tInpetefn Rnd Whelesmle
Grocers and Conmmission
Store s 73. 7 5. 77 and 79 Tcboupito ul a ll. as.
- Warehous'cc 9~,, 117'5 rad 29 Tcbonpltoaoau
r. strtt.., Nrw Orlean. 10
10 Aog.20.1579. 1:J fat
) JohnChatf., W®.H.C hale, af
to Christopher Cbale, Jr. b1
WJOHN CEAFPIFE O SONVS, en
Orr 1N FACTORS AND GENERIAI.L
C O1M4JSSION MERCHAN1S.
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lb I F rV ORLE.I s , L.i.
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s" JOHN KWEN1 t CO.,
whleal Dealers 'In
Boots, Shoes, Brogans and ly
*,ne 131, :It snd 195..... Comuonl Street., W1
NEWV f'RLE4'NS, LA. 4il
Aug. i'2, 1577.t
S. W. RAWLIRS. ar
1" (Saccemor to Rawlins & 3turrnlI,) en
f4atlln .raelaE and vc
4#arnmni.inatz 4[ea/ranI, in
_ N.. all Umlem street,
NEW ORt.EAN4. gr
N(,. r 1,7 7 1.:1p S ·r·
KATZ BARBNETT, re
Irnp.r trm anst .Jobber.. of
- Sr EPTl N$ 1101i:1,Y. IUliIIONS, L.AC"a, det
FANCY t;c(nOl)S, Le. :
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NEW ORI.EANS. i at
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A. K. K ONHAM * CO..
.s ih)I.Eý.1.E (MOVERSEH, '111d IUealere !SP
11 11.0 FLO . ME.Al. an~t 1'I.AN'rA
TIeN sUPPLEI. ,
U. T. LoU'IS. en
Ai1,.iwctit l. 1ci+t. f.2tttnI pat
.it RICE. BORN & CO.,
H EA`V1' & SH ELF HARDWARE
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IlFIIY. At~ t i , th.pur ii Irn"i te'tneut and
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irt At~i.Nftu FitHi
tIC - &~ d.1. IltiUk,n' Aitebir liranit Nail. :r,id
V l i.t·l M..uat l :. . Cartridge( Ct.; l
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Fox lirciti s I u liTtigp O.ult;
* j Mrch 23. 1FdI.
the Agr3cul.ra4 * KOaRent,
ap AJOBIEi R OF
ra IAY 'Al'S;, TRUK$r6,
fivALutES, TRAVILIMC 11A05N.
- Rugub1r C'lotBiatg. l',ob'r Bawl Artscald
92 Commtt a ad 10d & 107 (hatter Stret, I
ad · YER ORLV.A'1S
U. Wn. SUIT & CO., ;
lEE SADDLER!Y AWD HIiR!E88,
III Itpor aC n Du1Cele Ios'
RADDnLERY HARDWARE, I
Ag;t nt. tor
p~ty Boston Issltlng Co's Rubber Beand, Here
and tj ýT and ParkiTNK
I Alac, fur Fresen Sbtr Ld7pwcI iltretched
_ i .. -# Carnal . New.1f... oriksin.
Febnrary 1, 1613 Iky
cje at he
The Sloth for Immlgrants. d
yT Ol.. A POPE.
[yu theru World.] b
All great immigration movements e,
can be traced to two generalcauses: p
An overcrowted ir populationl at
bome, compelling a migration of fi
some, for want of rdeqnate suapport ml
for all; or again, the opealwing of dia g
lant n111 inviting fields, where, to n
better their condition, energetic a nd r
enterprising spirits betake them.
Both of theme causes have opera it
,ted to direct to our shores a large i
nouber of excellent and desirable n
immigrants. Theme persons have t1
onme from their European homnes i
with a pnrrose to locate pIermanent-.
iy in this Republic, and to share n
with ourselves the fortunes that il
may befall our country. They are, l he
many instances, Iposlsemed of con i
siderable means, which they expenid
in the purpose of homesteadrn ; the.' o
are generally fr 1, temperate and a
energetic, which q lilies they de n
vote to the good of the communlity
in which they make their homes.
For marn3 yters thil title fi rntimmi.
gration has been towards the West. r,
'rhe efceet of it is seen to de1 in tine t i
remarkable growth and iprospe.rirty
of those States within whos. bar. p
ders these toster children of our i
anId ha;ve been inri'eeeld to set llle. g
States that lint a few yenrs aigo
were coveredr with unlbroken prai tr
ris alind unllettledl wastes, now starld ll
high in the ftlnci;eil and politicnl a
world. No thinking lman canl fail to it
see tile seqlellce ofenllrse anld efiert1.
'Thle iinfluil of inlrligrert ion is great 4
er now than it has ever been in tihe, s
past. The class of immigrantsr are i
as good; and the great resiu lt that R
have accompaniited their settlemenlt
heretofore can rwith certainty be a
predicted of their location now.
The Soithllli. dting tlhose years inr
which the western and ntlrtllwes
tern Stateil were being filledl ril anti
marle proslllperous, halP been )us
:ithi righting hier own internial i
troublers--settinig inl order her edlu I
cational. politiietl .i iel fiiraieiali
malchinlery. lite Ies lrid nIo title tee
dteveote' at;tention to thei gtre;t mlove '
mei lt going on inl nil other sectionsl.' &
With her home matters now regill
lated or provhied for, her Ileni lil,
sciool ere'tel rand prolrnlericrg, lier
crlltges fillhd with her alrnanrlllt
dialghters, liher credits takillg rank
and promlinllcrect' in tillhe mrkets,. nlrd
her rmanufactlllft riIrg anid inieerli in
terests attra('lting thie ttllentlin of'
r I r;.ili ts :anlld inrvestors throllghl
oint the enltirre lUnion-the 8onliithI
tindlls Irlmel in a positrion to corsii. I
ell the ilcportaetl;ll qluestion of immi. i
i rationl andll to rfer indurcelmentsa to
irllnigrelllla tlhat Otln he presenteN
i by no other teritories.
The most intelligent of our people
have lorng nllticipiated this period inl
d our history, and all of tihe soethern
States have signified a willingness
to adlvance andl foster tile case of
Sirnueiglation within their own bor.
ders. Wise governors and states
men, well knowing thlat when their
fertile southern. art have set.
tied upon theo, te gent and
energetic farmrina ss, and the
present system of labor shall have
;. met its reformation from this source,
at the era bf prosperity, delayed but
., uot *ap1ired of, will dawn upon
the land, anrd the Snoth take the
- place she is s emineMntly itted to
oecoupy, among tile foremost in the
agricltunral, mineral and manorufa
The mineral wealth of these
States is very great; within their
Sborders, as was shown at the resent
sposition at Atlanta, aem to be
Seeand all the known ad ay eou.
-i telyn wspe se et or rand ge.
A large proportion of tbhe gold and
-lwter sent to the U. 8. iMlntat
W_ hlingmton ms tam theb
Stastle. Their ,ter poer is, e
omos the l ked Wiet
ies sip operi~s mamer
does not hinder them; and the ima.
terials for spindles and looms are at
the factory doors. Their forests of
hard and ornamental woods are
easily reached, and .the souply ap
parently inexhanutible. The naval
stores of the world are supplied tt
from the bonndless pine forests that
skirt the whole seaboard of thfi tour
8tates; while the middle anti Piedi
most sections afford timber for agl
ricultural and mannfaetaring pur
poses unexelleti in quantity andi
quality. The climate of these tates w
is one of their chief attractions, as
is evidcteid by the hear\v businessl
of the pissenger departments over
their railways. Thonantlds of touri
ints satd invalids, from the colder A
asl damper sections of the Nnrbe
and West, annually miake their way
into the mountains and groves of
the South. Nor is the travel all
lduring the winter months; the
minseral slprings anld anuamer resorts
of these tates are world.renowned, el
mlid ijutly regarded as amongl the
most attractive ill the Union. al
It is a great mistake to regard ti
tlhis sec:tioll an a wild, uninhabited g
territory. 'file asothern people are ni
retnlwsd sId educated, and in many is
instanIes possessed of great wealth. I
No country is more generally peo. h
pled with brave, sympathetic and a"
htmlitahle inhabitainti. Tihe isnmi. at
grant will not iack for congenial to
ssn'isty, for schoils, for church liand( k
market facilities; nor will hbe have to w
dlisapnte his lImssesa~ionu with the wild k
aniisal and the wilder Indlian. Na inl
tire and intelligence have combined '
to misake the S.ith the fittest allot in as
our country for the immigrant. And ilt
a tour of isllwectionl among her ore nI
beds, her gr:tand orests, anld her tr
great water ipowvers, aill convince it
the capuitalists that site offers to him tl
ans eqaslly inviting field. ti
About Cats. a
-Yon are accn,d,"P:id the Aui . u I
tin Iftecorder too he eslprit. ''of hnav I
iIIg fired n llsun twice within the(ity
limits. l)id ,u e iilrppl, abuZlludyf
'"It Is a li \ , .eriio litna tter to fire
oil a gulls ini tlhe, city limits and not
kill tiny body. J)ois't you know you
are lialie to ie punished very a
tseverely for s.uch csaretleInessiet" a'
"Yea, your hlonor, but tlhere are n
goslse very niitigattuig circnum
"What are they, and how many
of them inlc' i there "* I
"They are cats, your Imnor, slid
fromn the noise they make I shouldo
tlink hiiie i etw, :5hentt a thoustd
ho ot you arei tuhled by enatsr
"Y*s, esour Ilsnor, they worry me
nseatly to diatIi. and I fired at them
twin.c Tilat's how I eslne to 'io I
I late the city ordiltnce."
Recorder (lh Ightening (lip,) "'("ome
here, prianei.r, I wish to consult
with yous conitdentially. Tell use,
how many did you kill t"
"Three with the Brat barrel, and
two with the second."
"r Splendid! Glorions! What sis'e
shot do you use when you violate
the city ordinance by dischargingi
fire arms withlin tihe city limitLs r"
e "I use duck shot; it fetches themi
it "I am glad to hear that. I've
nben o sisg a size smaller when I
e violated the city ordinance. Woold
o you object to leading me your gna ss
S "I will tend it to yoa with pleas.
o ire," relslied the priosser, hbot youar
Honor most remember that you are
i liable to he severly "poalhebd ifyot
ir aboot d a guan inside of the eity
it limits, and do not kill sanybody."
"You son go. ipat do not let it
m* happen agatn."-T2saw Bra.
o Au lows editor baa beet maked
at by a eorrspa.da for s. -mwor
m to tLhe qmsied. ,Do hose payI
a. gosla ·vrs i hs aigriptis lies
Sbe rs, bUdo nb b who
r pay fr their aewpapr ue
Ourr Wb ey.
In the times when there *ere no
railroads, no steamboats, no ele. a
trio lights and no photographs, I
boys in some old countries over the 41
sea were taught on aeeing one of b
their elders approaching to draw t
up y the roadside sad bow a he II
passed. In our own country. a d
generation oi two since, the boy, on a
entering the school room, was re- s
quired to make his obeisnee. Use. a
ally, it was an awkward bow. It a
was all that remained of the bow of d
old time, "old school" courtesy. it
Now this bow has gone altogether. P
It is dead-it s obsolete and with t
it, among a very large proportion of it
American boys, has departed almost a
e'ery vestige of ontwarl show of
respect for their elders. By the on- t
asiken aentiment prevalent among is
them courtesy and deference are a
deemed ulnmanly. The thing to do ?
in to cock the but over the eye, Ii
elevate the cheap cigar to a corrs. e
ponding tilt, spit, swear, talk slang,
and talk it loudly. It never enters a
the head of the boy of the period to a
give up a seat to the elder. It in a ii
matter to him unknown that there a
is a certain propriety in btitiig his c
breath aud tone in the presence of r
his elders. lie feels himself as good I:
as anybody, as great and important I
as anybody, and at the nge, of i
twelve or fonmrteen Ie thinks ie t
knos a In much nl any body. And a
with reg:.ld to manty species iof
know-ledge not taught at home or r
in tie haeools lie dles know ns f
inuch. These ire now but two
I ichools whtlere nualliers are exacted r
I rom the stripling -the army, the I
nary, mlld to a certain extent the I
merlchant marine. In the latter the i
traditions of the Aes aert-ice require I
the boy to acknowledge theo qgae
tion or command ot the olcer by an c
"Aye, aye, air I" On shore the boy, t
anud tlaecially the boy of business
or of the office, hardly deigna a isO
lply when spoken to.
The businles or oftl e tboy, it favor
hd with coutp:anious, is lnot awed by I
age or appearnune, and when ques.
tioned will sometimes give his an
awers in the moat Indifferent mani
ner, while he contIlnes his crhaf
with his tomipanions or keeps on
absothed in the pages of the dime
The employers would sometimes
adopt the Haroun al Rathlid fnahion
ol dlisagniing themselves anndi ap
proschilg their own offie boy witl
saoile inqniry relative to their Ilali
l neaw, they might receive some use
Sful hints. It i this impertinent,
unmannerly atiid indifferent ofmee
boy or cle.rk hlo ia al*linle.d lor'u
Itha;n ,neti businesslla tIru;tnauetioln nlld
Spreelutedl thie gKroatI of nimny m
haroslwrfli filtt. t.
I n fe;m t, in a y pn; to i liv;i te'
Sand encIIO aC 1 III'I iltls d coUsIit
It ny' a omug our youth. One nmoed
I hrm in this city serlously injured its
b' buataies through the lack of a vigi
id ilt eye to observe the manner and
bearing of its youthful olcials to
W wards customers.-N. Y. Graphic.
to The Philadelphia Times says:
ig "Love without a kiss would be like
a harp without the hand, the rain
"' bow without its hbe, the brook
without its babble, the ladsoape
•e without its color, the toe without'
II its odor, poetry witlhout its rbhythe,
Id i or mrriag witheat lov." The
1" Time might have catiewed its
. ooparison~s, and likened love with
orout a kiss to a hLad-orlgan witlhouta
ar ite esank, an egg withoet salt, a
o eedk h witbout avory , a seiety
jt oueg man without moey, a ball
witbhot its poultieo, an oyster with.
it out Its health, a ress without a
elowaL-bet they wead' bhew
seeaded eo peoteal.-.rr imm
l eap r ken wimss by equal
eme. A asa swevr wahee up his
Just look, will you, Ik a mamest
at that crowd of old, "sse l o ife'
hanging around the eost.esO.
doors upon every side lake a lot of
hungry buusards swaraig artkLad
the esreas of a deead itreet h
mule. There tley stanud-ibh
deft; some nearly blind, bhit Up
with old agp and warped, obo t
shape by the pains of theumutttii
men with gray hair, meg with mnk
at all, men In theiur'dotage; eil
dren, as it were, fith one boet sitIb
inug in the grate, the other la thi
poorhouse-adl anlidaaly awaitiag
the chance to get the "Job" of serv
ing upon the jury. Just tak! ilbbk
at the forms and facrs o~ tha bid
"professionals," and it won't tlbk
two minutes to come to a conelui
ion, why it is that law and Juitic.
are used and abused in oar courts t
No wonder the cold blooded, beart*
less murderer and assassin is tot.
ed loose to go "free as a bird." No
wonder crime holds high eatrnrit
all over the state and laughs it her
sleeve, while justioe bangs her head
in shame and weeps as if het hbert
would break. Just step Into the
court-room, where a murderei$ ol in
trial. The judge is' all right; the
law seemos to be all right; but listen
to the lawyer defendung the orlmi.
tanl ; hear his wita,esa awenr. Then
turn around ald look ! Great Ce.
nar! Just look at that jury selbted
for the purpose of thling the clmai.
nnl for hi life and youn'll leave the
presence and dignity of InA hb
justice. feeling as if it would bb
more tlihan a fre for yon to go on;
kill aomehncody in cohl blood, get
$50 for the job, pay 025 to get out
of it, buy a mule for $11, a shotglti
for $10, start out afresh by killing "
man; get a "pntent jury" to try tbb
case; prove you're crasy; cross t e
river; stay there annd enjoyyoarself.
No wonlder Kentucky is called the
"dark and bloodly gounid." Try.
itng criminals with 'patent Jarymen"
is, in the main, the caune of it.
The ulsppinted Camdlet- ,
The candidate who got left at the
counuty coivention can he told by
th e waiy he grasps yoni hands,
braces himnelf agaisst his gargling
emntion andl whisperingly inquires:
"Dihd you ever heas of a case like
You aevar aid. Y-u tell him ou
never udid, and h u I tpls you into ao
doorway and couminbes:
"I amn done with politick forev
"Yaeu, i ;am, aoidl with tlb luirty
."You d1b't sn"'."
"011. but I nm. This thing has
ntifled 1mi that there is no such
I thing is honeasty in politis, and
that a polil ilhin lais n"n more word
Sthan a dog. I wu, ~o1d out."
,"Possble " l
iSolhi out ael lied out. 15ey
used money to best me. They play.
ed bhypoerite and knave. .Hea I
have serted the party for naltteen
10 long years, and never asked ao of
ee, and the mhinlut I desire to se.
k eept the noulnation for a little Of.
teen-cent position they go to week
t sad beat me in eonventieo with a
'woodeni.head who doesn'L tm'ew
Senough to mark a barrel t peekar.
Ceeruptone, sir-cor rupbshe-4l
the whole ticket witt h de4o*ted e
aecount of it."
The beet of it io, he tshaey u h
a w isbe 't pasted. Ie bI't
hbelierjoe bee* the aligbW Mga
that be peeked three .or r
me"it beoght a gsge u sigl
' told thse lies to the th
e, a si w