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. ýiO.l. : OMER, LA., FRIDAY OTOBER26, 1888 .
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O i irectory. r J We-lb,
. t3-W 3 Leslie:
$ 3 STATIS 53.AT05 C W Carr,
J.tlbO,, teOrl.s. . . .... .- Ri clhi
S t. w .usrtl* W F Bridge
R lluEt,,TATilKUý VW 0 Boring
bEt·lº ? TlSrTe.VE J "I (;Cling11
rat Distrtt j ulns St. Mhrtin, O .-D A J Cliar
-soud Dist.rlc, M Hahi, of Jefferson 8-itD Carl
'h'ird Dislrlit., O J Gay,of Plraq1luiniu Isrov.
' onrth District, N C Blancbard, Shl'pot Walter
ýil 1) District, C teton, uft lhous R WR tr Iit
IIxth District, A V Xriun, of Avoyelles 3 E Hl i
1-bIan COURT. A E V ilr
Aleck Boaranu, Shrevcport, Judte J T Ottr,
SJones, Shreveport, Di8t. At t' J MT
John W Whoaton, Shreveport, Clerk Thos
A C Gibson, Shreveport, Marshall
F TNicholls, Governor. . PROFE
Jan. Joffries, Lieutenant Governor, - -
j- F Mason,, S.crctary of State. DR. T. r
Olle B Steel, Auditor.
W 1I Pipes, Treasurer.
W ~I Rogers, Attorney General.
J A Breanx, Superiu't 1'no Edue'ln.
SBermundez, N. O. Chief Justice
y, p Poche, St. James,
S D MdEnery, Ouachita
, B1 Watkins, Red River As'sociates
C C Fenner, Orleans r
Hobert J Wilson, Crkas prm
CounT ov ApPEALS. respect full
First Circuit. publin. si
John C Moncar, Shreveport IJln Gasrdia
A B George, Minden
Parishes and Times of Court. R. G.
Caddo: "lIrst Mondays iu January an
BDsuier: Third Mondays in January
Webster: First Monday in February
Clalborne: Third Mondays in February
Uunie: First Mondays in Marvc and o0ee Iof
SLincolu: Second Mondays in March and OMc
Jackson: Third Mondays in March and
CatlilweW Fourth Mondays la March
and October. A
`Winn: First Mondays in April and No
tlstecitocbes: Second Mondays In April a
and Novemberlr. ti
S& ne. Fourth Mondays in April and ei due
S. 38ots: First Moondays in May and Do- Wef
aClnber. o* t Ol
SS,.. t~er: Third Mondays in. May and buildin
4 o eri.h Johnstr
Turi . :t DI sRnr CoUT ....
S ab pxDarItes of C.Aibne ,
F sWEB HP1#IRIS* A
4:. YlFu term eommences on the Second
6gidrsa o5asinatry. Jury tern,.
S.: Ma-ad tern en' enfeC on the Third tlh To
, j I: March. Nj rny. re
I~ 4n latn gen o the
iP n AuIusIt., Jury term.
abb I, Octobaer. Noe r. tr.
- VIjOX PFAfIS!R.
la fAPd l. Nejury. t J.
co.mmene , 0on the Thirdl
J ."- Jury ". r . 0l
!,gammeapsostIne Firp e -b
i veaiber. No1ury. law
g'btWo.etrneuces obn foh urth A. B
Ia )'rsltarty. Jary term.
eoeiaiea elc on the First
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i~ I..: #8:.
R J Webb, t Ceistable & eg
O-W J Leslie, iºngistrate.
C W Carr, Constable.
7--8 R RichardSfln, Hotmer, sMIeti!rate'
SF Bridges, fonloner Magitrat
S0 Borintg, C le B E
J3w Clillgnrlt, Costt B
s-D A J Carsthos; L b ar't.on, B Eal
| I' h tConstable
IV'it TOwS OrFICEuS.
Walter Ward, Mayor
AE 11 ilder, Selectane
J T Ott,
S J Malett, Clerk
Tbos. Harris, Marshall. ld
IW F Bridges. Treasurer.'$CA0 -
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. tion*
.- - - - Orders in
DR.Y~V .viditaig our
1) our intalet,
;s IlhOMER, LA..
Has permaune tly 1--cted is llomer ntel
reispect fulll solicit the pntronageI f the
public. ' Otfice up stairs,over the.old
nd R. G. A. BA R, CLO
auth the I
Lary HOIER, LA. o . co. n
and Oee lour--8 a. In. to 12 m., and 2 p.
,u.to 5 p. nl.
an Olco over G. G. Gill's store.
1;ºreh R. P. " W1EfB ,
ATTORN Y-I,- ACT
" and Notary Public,
April and Real Estate Agent.
w .111 r...s lb..
Ae oat 'tt.WIO & Io ALhslcy rates,
fd Do- *f eR* (1 Ie icullectlb ever I
of elaim a1tt, - :price
I and Ofce np-tairs in the o11 potoce
building, formerly occupied by Dr. J. F.
Sibor*fe, lu, . c. W.Seals
McGLEN1ON & SEALS,
second HOMER, LA.
gi Will praetiee In all th Co, '(Mc
Third tal Third Judicial District and tltn ba
reme Conrt of the State. Pattnership
tieaa i eI.,eit business.
he B :. D. A._.0 T 7 1 . D
ars USH G .LADDEN,
minr . ca n ', srI,
the Frst J 1)USII & GLDDEN
toma. 4~e vtihfci-tr,
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Tin n, Northt.e h,
Louisiana Uite State
of the Repu1
BEN HOLZMAN, arsgo,
-DEALER IN- party contro
p naress, and
DOO&S5 C1Otb~ir was in odic
at their disr
Bots, Soes aand other
Boots, Shodle' ses and Children's such a man
:eidqwear samples of same mailed on applica- masses pay
tion every year,
Order' in all departments will receive prompt and carefl aottention.h W hen err,
,sifttjilng nr city we wYoul~dilfi pld to have you call and tako a look through and other i
vour inttlyeine e st.alilhment, os.. do0 anvd 22 Texas street, SBREiE- of the haul
PORT, LA. millionarL
•i --together, f
. P. THEUS &CO.,a
- DEALER I----- Kings of i
DR Y GOODS,
old held by ti
CLOTHING,BOOTSHOES ,HATS c ins,
., the tax v
First House South of Depot, Arcadia, Louisiana. th or $10
LOWEST price giver on Goods. Don't forget to call on me when you come to as they t
Arcadin. i will make it to your interest. To
rw hhi"e.t pried'p'aid for Cottou and all kinds of Country Produce, €
An t t het prices givdn or ooto.. Don't forget to call on me when ference 1
anu ta Ai . 'E pda. 1 will aks it to your attoreat. of k n
, p. ,under ti
Sa tT of It is that Economical People will Always go to Kings -n
S J-- AA. WITTEiR -- In all
T . --FOR THE BEST BRANDS OF- from t
Cl. -. .squeeze
te hIaving hought a large'lot of Whiskey in Iond at the lowest the
b•one rates, I can and will sell you cheaper and better Liquors than .as ,h
ever been of ered in Hiomer. I dely competition quality an c Goot
torie& . crime,
. - p . . • . :r.
5 , .. . DEALERS IN- Presic
V ica, _a
.,, . H o
'p. no 1 11 a tneruDen t Ho
-- .OU I hbear
ia "All' otto Prdase, ,h
. oos ,, and 12, 8ing Streset, I
Manuf~act~rCos AgentvFor aor
JieW nSa, Great Weetorn (as MIes
, ni e of Blacksmith and Carpenter's Tools. o
So r .o. Nail, Heavy " -- e f8aiu Bnilde' H Pardws a, utle, Iron T
' L'lp atad Btting'; BngiUOt's Supplies; Belting, Gum Packing, i
'* ., :Ag, e tnlg, Barb Wire&.e., &. i b
EAI ., -
. G O:. .. O ,
The Kings of Free America. thei, hands o
- horse started
Before the government of the hour gait, dra
United States got into the hands ter him with
of the Republican party, trusts The succc!
and combinations were almost un- method of
known. It was not possible thirty horse to resu
years ago, when the Democratic out further
party controled both houses of Con surprising t
gress, and a Democratic President balky horse
was in office, for such men as ger how hle (1
Hutchinson, with immense wealth "It's verj
at their disposal, to corner wheat horse tam
*and other necessities of life in course you
such a manner as to make the took a chip
masses pay for their stealings. ed up frol
Now all is changed. Nearly placed und
, every year, after the wheat, cotton The presenh
i and other farm products are out chip divert
of the hands of the farmers, the tion. He I
millionart monopilists combine balky. He
together, buy up all in sight, and ry George <
make the entire people of this produce E
country contribute so as to make took hold ,
larger and more powerful every off like a'
year the wealth of the Money have no dr
Kings of America. to kick hii
In other words, by the system A horse i
of government, as allowed and up- peculiar a
held by the Republican party, the quette on 4
the people are taxed by these Mon- manage if
S ey Kings, just as if they were the York TbI.
subjects of the Czar of Russia. It
rests with the Money Kings what
the tax will be; they can make it Itis no
$1 or $10 per capita, just as much or that
to as they think the people can stand. not care
[ne, Towx TALK can not see any dif relishes 5
sin ference between being a subject plainly h
of one of the absalte foreign wealth.
- kings and an American citizen avenue a
under the power of the Money t regui
go to Kings made so by the Repubh- which n
can party. by a citi
In all ages and at all times a 000,000.
king was' called good by his sub- viqgton
jects who collected the least tax conset
from them. By the same reason- ground,
0. ing, the Money Kings of America moderal
are not good kings because they go. Y(
squeeze the very last nickel out tainmei
owest of the hinds of their subjects anonds,
a ---the poor people of this country. rlages.
d Good, wise laws, making cor- et to
ners, trusts and conspiracies a rigorou
- crime, punishable by fine and im- the pol
prisonment, would have passed read, r
the present Democratic House of ligenti
Representatives and would have diversi
received the hearty support of mood,
President Clevand, but a Repub- retice!
lican Senate, the friends and al- daily i
liens of the money power ot Amer- ted wi
ica, said nay. that -
How long will the men of the toran
'United States be fooled by these
robbers? How long will they assen
bear this robbery? We hope and an sa
pray that the intelligent voters of ed ai
the United States will on the 6th ually
day ot-November next, give the simp
nominees of the Democratic party ed i
for office, such a majority at the stud
:N. polls as will be the death-knell of dark
the Republican party, and of the kere
Money Kings who have been rob- taka
bing the people of the United er.
States.for a quarter of a ceutury,
OS getting richer and more powerful
for harm-every year, and making
the poor still poorer and more pow I
erless.-ToUfl Talk. ark
----**c -- ocr
How le Moved a Balky Rorse. vot
an 11'ils Ho'vto move a balky horse has in
T018. longl been an unsolved problem. Jei
The ancient :pjilosophers tackled St
ing, it and generally retired from the r,
Sfield with broken shins or their Dc
S frent teeth kicked in by a Greek wi
S The other day a Telegram re- st
porter saw a ine mouse colored fl
animal geared to astylish turnout ti
on Broadway, with eight or ten tc
men trying to get him to move on. F
Ope man had him by the .bit, an- I1
. -other by the tail, a couple of men !
pt their shoulders against his b
Sribs and heaved as ift they 'were e
trying to propel a it boat but
Sthe animal was as immovable as
When everybody as in despair I
S the proverbial strager appelared, 1
" an s$ieping out'ofthe crow(sia
to thidriverji thti~e ' aoti
OOODS, 8,tWr oil:, .
I '1 lo*w yoi hT to make
that horse go."
te."he d verretired a thetsttsi
t he=L inoti o pe itoaky if
,I" "` 8?: Insides of the an
f msi inutunes then
. ove~ ~brsi~ V * Wy ith
theil hands on their watches, the Alc.Xi.
horse started otff at a five mile an- ThIer was a chl
hour gait, drawing the carriage a'- And though 1
ter him with perfect case. lie sold his guo
The success of tile stranger's And hs
method of persuading a balky lie mixed his a
lie a11 s a it
horse to resume its journey with- And, since lii
out further deliberation was so l'hey called
surprising that the T'elegramn's lie had hisdca
balky horse artist asked the stran- i hien ovin
ger how lie did it. lHe asked her
"It's very simple," said the namne,
horse taming magician. "Of Then a ring
course you didn't see me, but 1 ,'h. yes," shi
took a chip of wood which I pick- "It I can be
ed up from the side walk and And so thley
placed under the horse's tongue. Cheer.
The presence of that bit of pine
t chip diverted the horse's atten- Virtt
' tion. lie forgot all about being
1 balky. He was thinking of IIen- As a dreg
ry George or the new baths in the nothing ec
s produce Exchange; and when 1 leather so1n
'e took hold of the bridle he started soiling the
'3 off like any other horse, and I Where the
eY have no doubt he. igWaad enough and glycel
to kick himself because he did it. to two of t
m A horse is a peculiar brute-as feet at ni,
ip- peculiar as woman, a regular co- sock worn
,he quette on 4 legs-but easy enough to morningw
)n- manage if you know how."--Siw them dui
~he York Telegram. odor, so d
It - -- sons who
bat What Gould Craves. For bah
t Itis not money so much as pow indicus a
ch er that Gould craves. He does painted o
. not care for display,, though ie bound ai
1ndt relishes solid comfort. Ile lives nel, addi
ect plainly for a man of his prodigious to the act
ngn wealth. His town house, at Fifth conta c
zen avenue and Forty-eight street, is soon s'
abey t regular double brown stone,
wbh- which might be owned and kept in a as
by a citizen worth 2,000,000 to $3 P1art e
sa 000,000. His country seat at Ir- the face
sub- viqgton is fine, with a magnificent worn o'
tax conservatory and beauti!ul time, il
son- grounds; but he bought it for a fulappr
ric moderate price only a few years a
hgo. You never hear of his enter- of wa
out tainments, or of his wife's din cerin
mjets inonds, or his assortment of car
atr riages. He is more than indlifer- delicac
cor- ent to society,.and Mrs. Gould is Ins
es a rigorously domestic. Contrary to ing, ei
im-the "populat impression, he is well sumpt
)ased read, rather studious, talls intel f
se of ligently, fluently, correctly, on a whi
heof diversity of subject, when in thoe afford
t mood, though tempermanentally the
iepub- reticent. He spends several hours by di
d al- daily in his literary, and is aquan- ally;
Amer- ted with works of pure literature part a
that most persons think him ig- an
the norant of. He speaks in a low Elni
these gentle tone; is entirely free from
they assumption or egotism, and has
pe and an air of perfect breeding. Dress
ters of ed with scrupuslous neatness, us- edrtl
e 6th unaly in black, and with complete
the simplicity, he would not be observ- door
iparty ed in a crowd. But any one who
at the studies the small, slight, dark man, mid!
knell of dark-eyed, dark-.haired, dark-whis
of the kered, will perceive in him unmis- 1i
en rob- takable signs of intellectual pow
United er.--MonroeBulleti. mit
o cutury, mit'
poerful We can carry New Jersey no
m aking m
nore pow The recentcity election inNew
ark, N. J. was carried by the Dem
ocrats by a majority of near 700
Sorooe. votes. This is a most interesting b
fact considering that as a factor gu
horse has in the ptresidential contest New
problem. Jersey is put down as a doubtful tal
, tackled State. The election was held CU
from the rusday of last week, and this
Sor their Demoratic victory is looked otn
a Greek with great interest and expecta
tion by the Democrats. The
egram re- statement is made that for the
s colored first time in a piresdential year, g
h tr tonout the Republcans have lost the Oc
nht or ten tober charter election in Newark.
0 move on. Four years ago they carried it by
e .bit, an- 1500 majority, and in 1880 the0
ple of men Republican majority reached:2200;
saaainst his but Tuesday the Democrats elect
tthey were ed their ticket by fronm 600 to 750
boatb:butt majority, gand the net Democattic
movable as gain over 188i exceeds 2000. The
uue this time was fought out on
Sin despair natioinallines, and whew it is re
r'ppea~red, embered that October vetbrtil
ero r.jidsi in Newark in 1876, 1880 and 1~4
"ai ioot were fOllowed by Democratib suc,
cesseB'iin the State at theq presiden
to make tit electatnslof those years, the
Democrats 1hae great reason to
r thU st htil?pe: , i't thste for • Cleve
... :"Deal gently with those who
es of S eie t:s - strayj D.wM ba6k by 'love and
hObred e dand tlioaSand kicks. A kindwuord is
_imeen of th molmvalable to the iot tus a
Alexander And Her.
ThIer was a chap who kept a store.
And though theru might, be grcrider,
lie sold his goods to all who came,
And his name was Alexa;'der.
lie mixed his goods with cunning hand"
lie was a skillful brander;
And, since his sugar half was sand,
l'hey called him Alesx- auder.
lie had hisdcar cue, to her caner
Then lovingly he scanned her;
lHe asked her would she change her
f Then a ring did Alez-lhand-her.
1 "Oh. yes," she said with smilitIg lip,
"If I can;l 1tb conllulndcrl!"
d And so they framed a partnership
And called it Axex-and-hcr.-Good
Virtues of Glycerine.
n- As a dressing for ladies' shoes
he nothing equals it, making the
I leather soft and pliable without,
ed soiling the garments in contact.
I Where the feet sweat, burnt alumn
gh and glycerine-one of the former
it. to two of the latter-rubbed on the,
-as feet at night, and a light or open
o- sock worn, the foot washed in the
Ito morningwith tepid water will keep
Fo them during the day free from
odor, so disagreeable to those per
sons who are sufferers.
For bunions and corns, canibus
indieus and glycerine, equal parts,
. painted on the bunion or corn and
4e bound arqouid with Canton flin
live nel, ad ding a few drops of liquid
ious to the flannel where it comes in.
iftlh contact with the affected part, will,
soon restore to health.
t, is As a face lotion, oatmeal,,made
ept in a paste witl the glycerine two.
to$3 parts water. one part, applied to
tIr- the face at night, with t4 mask
wcent worn over, will gave in a short
itiul time, i faithfully pursued, a,youth
or a ful appearance..
As redreessing in bath, two qts,
nter- of water with two ounces of gly
dia cerine anted with rose, which
car. will impart a final freshness and.
diifer- delicacy to the skin,
ald is In severe paroxysms of cough
a Y to ing, either in coughs, colds or con
is well sumption, one or two tablespoon
intel fuls of pure.glycerine in pure rye>
whiskey, or hot rich cream, will.
in th afford almost instant relief; and to'
tally the consumptive a panecia is found
Shours by daily: use of glycerine intern-
a qan- ally, with the proportion of one
erature part of powdered willow .carcoal.
im ij,. and two parts of pure glycerine.
a low Epning Post.
o from Well, Why Is IL.
Dress Why is a cat's tail like then
ess, us- etrth? It is fur to the enLd.
omplete What kin is the doormat to the'
observ- door? A step farther.
)o who What is the waist of time? The'
ak man, middle of aa hour-glass.
rk-whis- Why is a doctor never seasick?'
Sunmis- Ele is used to seasickness.
al pow- Why goes an old.maid wear'
mittens? To keep off the chaps.
Why is a door in the potential
nrsey mood? It's would, or should be.
n New- What is the board of education?
t Dem- The schoolmaster's shingle.
heDem-r 00 What sticketh closer than a
nerestin00 brother? A postage stamp, by
aa factor gum
.e tt Neogw Why is a.tin cp tied to a dog's,
ddubtful tail like death? ,It's bound to oc-
was held cur.
and this gence of mell in a liorse.
ooked on -
ex pcta- The horse will leive musty hay
t t r the untouched in his bin, however hun'
tyr h gry. le will not drink of water
,af thte O- objetionable ,to be quustioning
in Neweark. snis, ,or froip a. lbucket which
arid it by some ocor makes offenswive hower,
8 18 0theb er thirsty. HIs idtelligent nostril
8ached:220; will widen, quiver and.queCry over
herat a e lect- the daintist, bit, offered by the
S600 to e.750 fairest of bands,. sUwi coaxing
60mocrLto that would makej mortal shut
De 2t . The hbasyes andi Awallow a nausneonus'
0ht ot h mouthful at a gulp.-Prairie Far-"
ae it is re- Mrt.. , _
er v ietbrrs Wife(io country editor)-Aren't
'00 an nd 1 you feelipg well to.night, John?
nocratib suc' Country Flittcr-~'Ot. very, my
he presiden' dear. rAn indignant slbscriber'
y ears, the came iutp the, oqiee thie P. MI. andt.
Sreason to moDpeiup, the oor witi me.
te for Cleve- Wife (anxiously) -Heavens,
Piiaatte. ;si: 1 hope h~i didn't stop his
Sthose who , cr' too.--!ee.
by love and A Vasser girl being asked by
"lWotrth. a her teacher what kind of a noum
kind iond, is kiss was, replied with brS'li'
- oop th ta a that it was bodl cotmon and.