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' KER, - LOUISIANA.
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Advertisements, $1.0 per square for
Ltst insertion and 75e for each subse
' Obituaries, except the simple notice,
eharg3d for at regular rates.
Standing or regular advertisements
taken by special coutiact.
Onion Sets for sale at Joe Shelton's.
Fruits and Vegetables dways on hand
Save timd and mu*iey b13 buying your
bouggies from W. W. rDemIon.
Beos Poultry P'owders for preveution
and cure of cholera in poultry, for sale
Frank Slerard casn it you up in Sad
dllo, Blidles and llaru esat low cash
Dormon's hacks and buggies go like
Fresh arn Kraunt at G. G. Gill's. The
lbLt ever brought here. Try it.
At Ward's to-day. Not the Red River
Cat or bony Buffale, but the Sheephead,
the Trout and the Red Fish.
Apples and Potatoes in large qutanIti
ties and for sale cheap at G. V. Uill's.
Mr. Phipps is still hick in bed and
Mr. Seals attenaing the Stupreme Court
at Shreveport. Neither of them has
been able to write much for this issue.
Call on Tom J. Longino when 3:
come to town, whether you % nut to
bay goods or not. You will lind him. to
be the jolliest man in the state.
When you visit Toniut J. Longino's
store, if youl dent set ~hat )ou want,
call for it, and it will be thrown iii
Cold weather is ooming and now is
the tieus to buy your Blanks, and P.
Loewenberg % ill sell you cheoapor than
any other mserebhat. Come and exam
ine his largestock.
Don't you forget It, Ward's five, ten and
twenty-five cent counters are covered
with rare bargains. Call early and go
Do you want Fresh Choose! If so o
to . 0o. Gil?.:
Boe and srlos, are sud lso cheap at
Tea J. Longtno's mqamnotlt house that
s'eatven the small boys can afford to
e batefllsoted in the sumnior,.
L ttle George (1ill beus the best pair
.ot draungit mules to their size in the
jli f". They are of the mustang bklood,
teioly tfbarteen hand,. high and pull-d
itr.flrlfMer hundred pounds, beIdes
it:hI driver who wilt weigh unearly asI
laa-iei Um as oe of the mules, a di1ance
E guarter of a mile an heavy road.
Salsl meas , he should eater tLer at
it9 Shtero portFalr.
Rug your geods at bherard's. He
~ tatl them to parties in Hlomer.
res MA wdrop, sad on
SWptis to,.day. 1riet low down.
:+ A rEW DEPARTTUIL
t $ ,d the nmterprising amid
Souag msercladt, will de-.
*Wnoiehstge, all goods bouglat
iasbyt pasties livIng witamn ti
- ~iser*'a ue. tb n Si...
aiwill be detided
while be law reqilse
Teplufi a.Ic in tIf
I -~d e a ke him te llv
it weol4 be more eon
4he~ So the tresurtr
ni't PhaIQJ Gaeerie%
r.,h Theranmm d,
thi Issu. Mr.
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Iesat d used.
We an iunformed that a eertain mar
ried lady liv1hg in H#-it,4 Aitw days
siner, debaed hutrviiding suit eo re.
turn aseit.C sodi tsla.pnable friend;.
and joett iidei was about to leave her
home for thLdeiiling pl.asure, disev,'
er*d the meat anishing part of her head
d!ets,to-wit. the bangs, had been hbr
iaedly and iiadvirtettly left off. Af
:ter searching in vain for this indispon
stble part of her unfinaished toilet,lae
was compelled to forego the anticipated'
visit till a more conveuliet ansuon.
After supper when her hbiband'iremov
ed his slippers from his feet, the much
looked for and severely abased hangs
fell out of one of them, having for one
evening performed thudouble functions
of heos and bangs. It seems that they
had been laid away in a bracket where
the elipiers were kept sad drop ped
ddwa in one of them, and the husband
failed to notice the tine net work into
which his foot protruded as he slipped
the slipper on.
This is an actual occurrence and we
would soggest to wives to be careful
about throwaing their bangs around.
People who come to town and tank
up on cheap, X X-eysd, Knock-kneed,
ditch-flinging emanations from the still
worm, or, in plain English, mean whis
key, should bear in mind that the side
walks were not made to ride on, the
streets were not intended as a rostrum
to cnlsa and use ontd and boisterous
language on and last, but by no mans
least, that ladies must and will be pro
tected from their drunken insults.
There is a reeoptacle within the corpo
ration of the town for all such charac
ters. It is neither fitted up with downy
couches of ease n:or hot and cold driuks
at all hours, but the free lclah stand
unfuris its banners for a very short
j'bils, three times a day. "Parson"
Harris is the keper of this wayside
Inn, but the Mayer Is the functuary
who makes the aemtsaent on those
who intrude upon the "Parson'." pious
privacy; and any one who euaread will
behold, og being introduced to his hon"
or, the followitg sentaece in the twist
of his lips, withest asking a question
or hearing a wort "Ten ollars sliand
costs, or fifteen days at sue -'Parsou's"
Have you been to G. 0. Gill's and ex
amined his enormous steak of Clothing,
and aseartained the remartabhly low
Cash prices for which he is selling
them? If not don't ile aunotber min
ute; time is precious, winter is ap
proaching, the clothing is going and
you'll be left if you don't trot in a har
ry to secure the bergalne this beeel
This local is very seldom "peitene'
with presents, but on last Monday
evening he was the recipient of two
magnificent loquets of sweet and bean
tifua flowers. They leek a li'tle out of
place in his bachelor den, but neverthe.
less they are prized very highly and
the kind friend who set them has his
We have luaned the Farmers' Union
Ware House, and respeetfully solicit the
patrnage of the merchants and all who
has cotton to ship or ireghts to rtciee
We will weigh, mark aLnd ship-eetton
on reasonable ters. Will als store
freight very cheap. Respectfu!ly,
TAYLOR & ALLEN.
Tom J. Lougine, in the Maxey brick
building, hau tartge stk of dry goods
and grocerims ad will sell cheaper for
cash than any merehant South of Ms
son and Dixon's Line. Try him on if
yea dunt beleive it.
Toss J. Login has Just reaeived i
lot of Gnaus, Pistols and Curridtrgs. He
is edering rare bargais for Cash in
thee goods: Call ad examine prices
sad quality lsfoen bauying Ika fybedy
this side of itteburg, Pa.
For ladies dress gods, trmmtings,
lhasts, cloak, eal na Tem J. Leg-.
nso. He will utaush yean with low
priO and -od, durable geads.
Corer m Nast, hggle. s•d Wag.
-Ibeelsno trust l ack, Higglies
Wagons, but they haveall arrdm au
Sat Drae' ad he is deterbieaed to
selIl them ant rrdles of cats.
14ok ontite theeard .f laige, the
Ountftter, amst wek il tihe meastla m
1iftd4 P ' iSh ortcall at their
wammeth establshament oe Texas St.,
and esxamine thir Im se stcrk.
Go to OL. . Gll's fo aything ia the
uietatite ar po e waut. e's gst it,
he always keeps it o bead and will
ask heya very sma pria for it.
0. . lit ean It ye aup is ry kind
of osit f Claothilg ye wnt, at ts
lgshrow ap de a sem aon pulbly
desire. Try him.
ATTENTION LIBlES-CaII satd ox
mlin thlse elegant and loely Ceks
st .0. O lit miammesth etelrbefere
erm .l.: .ne ib lbrper stee o&
o ,rn p .Iuuna gds wh.s
whi aliths FaIr ataSbhove.
The llHo sm Cornet Band is arranging
to give a oncert.
See iotice of sheriA'fs sal in this is
W. A. Johnston has the best 5 and
1aot Cigar in town. You can bet your
better half. -a dollar on that.
alutig ponies are plentiful in Ho
W. A. Johnston has a very full and
complete stock of Jewelry, Watches,
Cleeks, Plush Goods, &c., on haud.
Call and see him.
Do yon want a handsome suit of
Clothes at low figures? If so call on
There has never been a better fall for
gathering crops in this parish, and the
farmers have made good use of it.
0o to J. M. Deunman & C, for ouar
W. W. Dorman has and keeps on
hand all the time, a large lot of Wagon
Thimbles of all sizes, which he is selling
owr very low down for cash.
Go to J. M. Denmau&Co, for the Im
proved Bluff City Cooking Steve.
Try Dr. George A. Harper's Denti
frice. It s suometing new-his own
make-and will be sure to give you
satisfaction. Call ea him uopstairs over
W. J. Taylor&sou cary a full line of knit
goods and postively will not be under
sold in this line. Get an electric move
on you and exan ins these goods before
they are all gone.
"W. J. Taylor.& Sen's got it!" "Got
what, the headache?" "No; but the
biggest lot of Hats and Caps-Hats and
Caps that will cure the headache of
any man who wears them. Anud Oh,
the'prices! How remarkably low.
Gents furnishing goods and ready
Made Clothing of all styles and to suit
the most fastidious tastes, at the popu
lar louse of P. Leewenberg.
G. . Gill defys competition in quan
tity, quality and prices of Clothing.
You will not finud a ore handsome stock
in any place in the State, north of New
If you want music go to P. Loewen
berg's for Violins, Accordeena, Banjea
and the genuine Gold-Tongue Hlarhtn
Buy your Jeans, Liusays, Flannels
and all kinds of Deess Goods from P.
Loewenberg if you want to get the
worth of yoar money.
Tall Boots and Short Boots, Big
Shoes and little Shoes-in fact any
tiud of a Boot or 8he yeou want, at W.
J. Taylor A Son's.
rt. J. J. Maeeks, of ward 3, was mar
ried to MItn Sallie E. Walker, of this
place, on the eveoing of the 18th, at
theireldeace of the brides father. The
oeuag aoule hove our beet wishes for
hture.prosperity and hapineus.
Mr. T. D. Kinder, while breaking a
wild mustang to the saddle, one day
ths week, was severely junred by the
aimlal rearing up and falling back on
We will have on band in a few days
a new lot of Job Stock, and will be pre-n
pared to print Letter, Note and Bill
Heads eoa short notiesl also Poters,
Enavelopc,Vards, &o. Lawyers' Briefs
Mies M. A. Files, No. 108 Texasn street
8hreveport has the largest ansrtment
of millinery goods ever brought to
that city. Ladies attenading the fair
would do w'ell to call on her.
Stop thoer, young man! Yo~a are ex
huasting your breath switelhing over
town tryig to rush your person into a
new salt of elothe.. O to W. J. Tay
ler & Soa's, make fonr wants known
and prate, change! thenre you are in
the meet perfect fit of the best quality
of goods for the least ameoiut of money
that y. ever paid for the same since
yes trot dscovered Amerinee.
And now ouar Devil comes forth fros
bhi dark and samutty eorner and boldly
neserts, netwithntsading we try to sil
4ne his, that when he becomes the
esale proprietor of a newspaper he will
ehabrge 4.P38 a line for all marriage npo
tiereoent to him for publieation, ualess
they an aeompanied with a goodly
supply of the toothsome delicaeosi en.
joyed by.the invited guests on the dat
ot the happy eeasions.
Hold eo theret Stop Ladles! We know
what yo ure looking for, nud you think
we hatve'nt gos 'ma. But come la-
right la this .wy. Cleak Great Jul
is Ceasor's wandering gbmst! Dad you
ever see us ay fine Cloaks sand as
asy OCloks of different styljes, ises
and pries? There now; we knew yoa
weaold buy one. Tell your neighbor
Whoa jou o boeaL , to cooe right here
and examime euratoek. We defy om
pettiona ia tbis li1, both la qaitty and
prima W.J. ,TAILOR&dSON.
Dr. Q. A. ~Harpe for ntantul meehan
as hau skw, if any saperiors la.this
plaee. fle showed u s .pes ofl-a
tthsea 'o e boho ra, apm. iss.e silr
walklngsas wibbl o was iathe ha~lth
It m imehS 'tJil.e
M. A. Files Shreveport, La., is head
quarters for every thing in the milli
nery line. Cull and examine her large
stock of goods.
When you go to Shreveport call on Miss
Mi. A. Files for everything imaginable
in the milliniery line.
Call on Kortum the Boss Jeweler
uWhen you visit Shreveport.
HERE 11S, Sam!
"Hello, Sambo, whar you gwinel"
"Met l'se gwine home. Jist look
here on my fingers, alt' stickin in my
neck vat, an' hanging on my jacket,
Oh; an' what I'm got in my pocket fur
do ole 'onau an' de chillans."
"For God's sake, Sambo whar fo' you
"Ive bin down to Homer to Mr. W.
A.SANDY JOHNSI'ON'S Jewelry Store.
I tell yer he's got am. You neber seed
lde lack ob Jewelry in yo life. Do Bress
Pins, do Finger Rings, de Keller But
tos, de Gold Pins, de Knff Buttons, de
Bibb Pins, de Watch Chains, de Walk
in Ktane, nuff for ebry man in de par
ish to hub, de Bracelets, do Watch
Charms, do Silber-Plated Ware, de
Plush goods till you kant rest, an' me
comin still; de Nivte an' de Forks aun
do Sp1nues, Silber-Plated Cupps, Kuap
kin Rings, de Toys, de Plush Dogs, an'
do Dolls, My lord! an' de Ink-Stands, de
Flower Vases, de Mustache Kitps, an'
de Shavin Kanes, and 0 my It rde, dew
Watches! a hole Show Kuse full of em;
de Gold, de Silber, an' do Nickel. Hle
sells 'eut from $4 00 an' nuprds, do big,
de little an' doe le. An' Clocks? Fur
God's sake, nigger, g'long an' don't ax
me or undder question. I 'claret 'fore
Mosses, I do belobe dat white man's got
mor'n a hundred Clocks, an' sells 'em
all fromn $120 tip to $15 00, an' guar
antees 'ema fur 18 mouths. I'll tell you
allh, do rich an' de po', do hi'an' de low
Mr. Johnston's de place to go to git do
wnfof yo' munny. He guarautuecs his
goods to be the very best.
The Louisiana North anud South R'y
Co, will run special trains on and from
November 5th to 10th, inclusive.
Round trip tickets, good on all trains
wilt be sold and one-fifth fare as follows.
lomer to Gibbslaud and return, $150
Athens to " " '' 75
Good to return until and including
Saturday, the 10th Nov..
J.D. BEARDSLEY. Gen. Man.
Homer, Oct. 22ud, 1888.
In 3d District Court of Clalborne par
ish, La., No. 990.
G. W. Shaw, vs. Alex Garrett.
SY virtnue of a writ of f. fa. issed
Ilout of the Distriot Court of Claiborne
Parish in the above entitled eause and
to me directed, I have seised and taken
into my possession, and will proceed to
sell the same to the last and highest
bidder, on DECEMBER 1st 1888, the
following property, to-wit:
Three bushels peas, more or less;
1547 lbs seed cotton, 500 bundles fed
der more or less, 100 bushelss'orn more
or less, one eane mill aud evaporator,
one sorrel horse mule named Pomp. one
serrell mare mule named Huldy, one
bay mare name Fanny, five head
hogs, eleven head of eattle, one wagon
and harness, one-quarter interest in
1300 lbs .eed cotton, (Ben Bell's crop)
fiva head of sheep, 1500 lbs eotton in
held nngathered more or les. Sale
before the Court Hlnse door in the
town of Homer. Terms of ale Cash.
J. RH. KIRKPATRIC~K, Sheriff.
L. N. & S. RAIL ROAD.
No. S Time Table in Effeet On
October 1st, 1888.
Sut h. Stations. North.
No. 1. No. 3. No. S. No. 4.?
5:45am3:OO00pm Homer, 1l:30amu8:40pm
6:40am4:00pm Athens, 10"S0um?:40pm
Arrive . Leave
7:25am,:00pm Gibsland, 9:oam6:~60pm
When trains start late or'get behind,
they will not attempt to-make up time,
buit will run through as the rate of
speed given in the schedule.
On Sanday No 2 will leave Gibeland
at 8:30 a. m., and run through 1 haour
ahead of sobedule time. ~ Excursion
tickets will be solid on Sunday at re
duced rates. They will be good on all
trains on day of sale, but worthless
afterwards. They are not truisferable
and no baggage will be carried on them.
Baggage must be refaued anless
hobcked. The'Conductor will be care
fal to see that this rule is strictly ob
QUEEN & CRESCENT
Vclksbaurg, Shrevreport & Paclee
The short line to all Eastern cltfis, aid
to points in Georgla, AlabamaP,
teutnesee & the Carolinas
Solid trains are run betwn Shreve*
port and Clnoinnati, withN MANN
BOUDOIR CARS between
. Viokabirg sad
Conudemd Tnie Table, in ab t Oct.
Stations. Tr. Eas I Tr. West
Shreeport ....Lv :00am 8:15 pm
Haughton....... &36 a . 7:41 pm
s.... 7:8 amf 18pm
'hatom--........ - 8: - m "38 p
, at .... . •:@ o Ikttp m
. ..; I. 0a as:L 4:10 pm
y ks . ... &A i li p" 11:00 ni
. t. i . I T. 5_r-th I. Seath
& m 1120 pm
la at I a
Johnaon's old Stand, HOMER, LA.
-BEST BRIANDS OF--.
;ines, liiWorsan l Cilars
ALWAYS ON IIAND.
E. KARLSBERG, Agent
Southwest Corner Public
WELL LIGHTED AND Cl
Thankful for past favors, L
all comers are cordially in
vited to call. Terms mod
orate. W. W. BRowN.
South Side Public Square ti(
Homer, La. T
I respectfully in
vite my friends and iS
the traveling pub- to
lic in general to l
give me a call at e
my house. I prom
ise good atttention 't
at reasonable rates.
MRS. T. P. HAMILTON in
West Side Public Square,
RHmner, iLa. Il
.. .. . ,caused the
. '. , _ " .emedyv which
su~O m 0and royalty for
y| ;.Ir : smo is Mrs. Mary
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