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HiAOMER, - LOUISIANA
, June 13, 1890.
A DBAR LITTLE lAID OF TWO.
Pit slg ayo a slong too nunsery tune,
Of a dear little maid of two,
Who has peachen cheeks and rosebud
Aedeyas ofa soft sea blue;
With charms of s gleeful innocence,
That are ripe at the age of two.
8bhe is not an angel, no, no, no,
And Heaven be praised for that;
She isfairly human from top to toe,
With limbs that are daintily fat,
And where she trot., be It high or lows
There is wealth of surprising chat,
eiebedy's heart is strong and brave,
And somebedy's love is true,
But day by day they are amply tried
By this little maid of two;
But somebody'slove would never tire,
Had it ten times more to ko.
What reward does somebody get
Dear dreaer with eyes of blue?
A klss, a smile, from the rognish pet,
A tender earess or two,
'Why, eacs of these is a heaven of blisu,
From a sweet maid like you.
~ eme, happy maid, with the sea-bright
And prattle about my knee.
Then lay that soft round cheek to
And laugh in innocent glee;
that childish talk and downy touoh
itvrooy sad strength to me.
Ta grew my sweet as well as you 1
lJ e somebody true,
--'e b1 dames of nohblest bears
Hve bens sa tiny as youn-
.And in the asiden of tweaty one
Msy we end the raid s twol i
-Henry Jbehson in Good Words.
sand Amerlaen Girls.
: o .* g ]English and AmernI
W W. Story thus writes
Iv Ig sons in aStadio,,:
'Tsake ;s. lishgiriand put her
Toiade an American girl whose r
.i stry is pure nEaglishandthere t
la shape, nature and color.
*bAmpcu, as a rulers slender- .
S. -ers and llghter-limbed, 1
a4elfbstu red and more viva.
sg and aeitng In meaner.;
.h I.b grl s taller, roster '
*I- ~eai1er : labuI1d and calm
: "'r;th Aysmer.lc is -
' r4 $hl that of the English i
1oW. uThwerere d
stehed, snd P
~ ~%z1'~10 m *hadful
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When Mark Twain ea3 in
Washington he told a number of
interesting incidents and anec
A dotes. A gentleman well known
in political and newspaper circles,
on being introduced to this well
known author, said to him that he
bad once bad the pleasure of
listening to a lecture of his which
was delivered in this city twenty
"Did you?" asked Mark, in that
inimitable drawl of his. "Well,
now, I'll have to tell yeou some
thing about that lecture. It was
a little the hardest and roughest
experience I ever underwent in my
whole career as a lecturer. I came
to Washington with no intention
whatever of delivering a lecture.
, I simply came don't you know, to
, meet my friends, see the city, and
keep a little track of what was
was going on in congress, as do
hundreds of ether people in in the
*, course of the winter. This was
twenty years ago, you remember.
"Now, I had not been in the
city more than a day or two before
a friend of mine came to my room
, at the hotel early one morning,
wakened me out of a sound sleep,
it and nearly stunned me by asking
if I was aware of the fact that I
ýo was to deliver a lecture at Lincoln
Hall that evening. I told him no
and that he moust be crazy to get
out of bed at such an unseemly
hour to ask such~ a foolish ques
u tion. But he soon assured me
that he was perfectly sane by
showing me the morning papers,
which all announced that Mark
Twain was to lecture that evening
and that his subject would be
. 'The Sandwich Islands.' To say
that I was surprised would be
drawing it mildly. I[ was mad,
fqr I thought some one had put
s up a game on me. ]
" "Well, on careful inquiry I learn
r ed that an old theatrical friend of
e mine theoughtbe would do me a i
Sfavor. So be madeall the neces
Sary arrangeanments for me to leo
: thr, with the exception of the 1
.slight circumstance that he ne.
leeted toinform me of any of his
intentions. He rented Lincoln
RHall, billed the town and sentthe
r newspapers advertisements land
notices about the eoming, lectur~e.
Aad theworst of it was that he
had done all his work thoroughly. *
After learningthis I was in a
dileama. I lad nae prepared
any lectre o.the andwifh le
lands. What waS I to do? I
rcld not baOk out byteulli the
Speople that l was an6 eperpL No,
that wasout of the rqestion, be
-cause .the ptbliWo wildn't believe
It 1Therbhlbb rtof the town had
be too wel!done- for tlat.-. 'So
thi itrew.a ol:see ting lefto, for
a todoadt e to l k
The proprietors of the Homer
GUARDIAN have purchased the
Journal and will soon consolidate'
the two papers; mcking a first
of class eight page paper. The Item
ec- wishes its confreres long life and
vn prosperity.--City Item.
el I use Smith's Toni Syrup in my prac
tice, and am determined to use it so
he long as it give such excellent satisfao
of tion in oases of chillabund feverl-John
P. Mushat, Calhoun, Ala.
ty Chattanooga union printers have
chosen a good time of year to go
,at out of work for the summer.
e Cruel fashionablemotherl Why don't
as you look alter the welfare of your sick
ly little child? The nurse hasen'tsense
ist enough to get it a box of Dr. Bull's
0y Worm Deatryers.
ne Tonsorial Artist (insiuating.
On ly)-"But your hair, sir, comes
re. clear down to your coat-collar."
to Stubborn victim--"In that case
Ld I'll have the coat-collar cut
he Jack Uppers-"Say, Scadds,
as could you lend me a hundred?"
Russell S. Scadds-"That's not
the point, don't you know-could
I lend it-but could I get it
g, If you feel "out of,' cross and
peeviPh-take Dr. J. H. McLean's
" Sarsaparilla; cheerfulness will re"
ig turn and life will acquire new seat.
I Sold by Gill.
InR F THIn BLOOD
1a Welio gns, Malarea, indigstin
et cHu Iow , mam
y medcine. the genune.
* The quality ot the blood depends
me much upon good or bad digestion
and assimilation. To make the
blood rich in life and strength.
giving constituents use Dr. J. H.
k McLean's Sarsaparilla. It will
ig nourish the properties of the blood,
> from which the elements of vitality
are drawn. Sold by Gill.
e If you are suffering with weak
Sor inflamed eyes, or granulated
It eyelids, you can be cured by using
Dr. J. H. McLean's Strengthing
Eye Salve. Sold by Gill.
f If you are all 'run down--have
a no strength, no energy, and feel
Svery tired all the time-take Dr.
J. H. McLean's Sarsaparilla. ' It
will impart strength and vitality
e to your system. Beld by Gill.
The bad man values his good
name when he keeps out of the
e ountry..o that he may not be
d talked about in eourts.--Pica
e Don't Irritate your lungs with a
. etubbon cough when a pleaent and
etiectire remedy may be fonad inn
SDr. J. H. McLean' Tar Wine
Lung Balm! Sold by Gll. &
SCnldren who are troubled with I
Sworms may be quickly relieved by I
I vtng them Dr. J, H, McLean's l
::!iLquidVermifuge, It kills and
Sezpels worms. Sold by Gill
a ' shook sad ul ekeek till his ahak.L
r we lebshretne,
r . C~bought a bottle of Cheatham's I
I Re saidi his Meds, thieagh a shaker
SThalaito. tCC Teonl, I'm a hkerh
Ma Iloodgoedt..'halt not
tm open ireplace nor as stoIea a
the hbose? How doesyouer fath!e
iwarm hi s slippers, Willie?" Wilhe
. a'flH:.rm , 'em oh me.,
:... : = : '. :: . 4
o FOR PITCIERS
Oatora lsrLotes Diestioi" and
g- ovrcomes atulenmcy, Conshtaton, Sonr
es Stomach, `Diarrh~ea, and Feverisiane
, Thus the child is rendered healthy sail I
ldeep satria. O iaste contains as
M iorphine or othe narcotfe property.
"C tori is so well adapted to children thai
I recommend it as anperior to any preaoriptoe
Iowus to me." H, A. Anu. , MD.
S Porrtland Ae., Brooklyn, N.'Y.
"I e Castoria In my aaeeo and Snd it
sper Wlapted to aýctron8o f cfldreu."
,)ta. omreoo, H. D.
17 2d Ave.. New'Yotl
Id Tam oramn Co., lNurra St., x. Y.
ad Blighted and smutty corn is not
4 worth shucks.--Picayune.
" rI ,- - -
It your bowls do not act rogularly
take Casoarine and be relieved.
A lawyer's opinion is worth just
Swhat it will bring in the legal..
SFor rheumatic and neuralIc
n pains, rub in Dr. J. H. McLean's
. VolcanicOll Liniment, and 'ake
) Dr. J. H, McLean's Sarsapa illa
You will not suffer long, bhut will
11 be gratified with a speedy and
1effective cure. Sold by Gill.
Y If nan could see himself as t
others see him he would pull down
k the blinds.-Picayune.
d The blood must be pure for the
| body to be in perfect oondition,
g Dr. J. H. McLean's Sarsaparilla
makes pure blood and imparts the
rich bloom of health and vigor to
1 the whole body. Sold by Gall.
r Lovers wbo wish to be happy
Stogether cannet trust to eating
ice cream together.--Pcnyn.ie.
lety Yel;rknu. b-o raan
down bo'n. overwork or houseoki res.
a brOwn' Iron Blters Rebutlda
'"What is there beside luck that
amounts to anything in cards?"
I "A good de.al."'-Lawrence Ameri
"It goes right to the spot," said a
on old mana, who was rubbing to
a Jr. J. H. McLean's Volcanic Oil
riniment to rcheve rheumatism.
SSold by Gill.
Flnrst Fsherman-'.Y hat luck ?" I
Second FLaberman-"-None at all;
can't get the cork out."-Munscy's y
r Fon E'O sParR D A *I
Pe Nrou's -roa sittdU.
..ry cisa eommlnd it. All dealem kcI
S'g++ ~c, btar, Ge.nuine. , has.trade mlr k
and ozoued'lAslln D Uws ape'.
;",Hamsnok dresses" are an.
eounced for inmmer+wear. Some,
hng a girl can slipot oof easil,
we presiate.-Yonkers State cli
TbJ arhdrl]tion tol theU blood-.
jileknaian4 nico aninle4 bia
s ato "evry portion
I ictlr t ttin g owitihat soid
!+ps. Tbi.a can +e eatMT. +by
inkg I Drr J. 5 HbWisln' b arsa
Her. th.-v,:tone. ... ,ut • .. :.
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TIONI Over Two Million Distributed
Iolisilna Stat1 lottfry
Incorporated by the Legislatnre
for educational" and charitable
pnrposes, and its franchise made a part
of the present State constitution, in
1879, by an OVERWHELMING POPU
Its GRAND EXTRAORDFNARY
DRAWINGS take place .Semi-Aunually
June and December, and its GRAND
SINGLE NUMBER DRAWINGS take
place on each of the other ten months
in the year, and are all drawn in pub
lie, at the Academy of music, New Or
S "We do hereby certify that we super
M vise he arrangements for all the month
ly and Semi-Annual Drawings of the
Louisiana State Lottery Co.,and in per
son manage and control the Drawings
l themselves and that the'same are con
ducted with honesty, fairness and good
faith towards all parties, and we an
u8 thorise the Company to use this certif
icate, with the fac-simles ofour signa
tares attached, in its advertisemotes."
We the undersigned Banks and Bank- C
at era will pay all Prizes drawn in the n
Louisiana State Lotteries, which may
be presented at our eounters.
o R. H. Walmsley Prest. La N. Bank.
ýP. Lanaux, Pres. State Nat. Bank.
A. Baldwin Pres. N. 0. Nat Bank.
e Carl oba, Pre. Union Nat. Bank. I
11 SEMI-AINUAL DRAWING.
d -WILL TAKE PLACE
AT TIB ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
is New Orleans TUESDAY, June 17, 1890,
SCAPITAL PRIZE, - $600,000
100,000 Tickets at $40; Halves $20;
e Qu.rzers $10; Eighths $5; Twentieths
0, $2; Forteoths $1.
LIST OF PRIZES.
O 1 Prize of $600,000 is....... $600,00o I
1 Prize of 200,000 is ........00,000
1 Prise of 100,000 is........100,0oo
1 Prise of 50,000 is.........50,ooo
S 2 Prises of 20,000 arc.......40,ooo
g 5 Prizes of 10,000 are......50,ooo
10 Prizes of 6,00 are.......60,ooo
25 Prizes of 2,000 are.......o,oeoo
100 Prizes of 800 are.......80,ooo
900 Prises of 600QOt e......12o,ooo
500 Prizes of 400 are. 0.....200,oo
100 Prises of $1,000 are...... $100,ooo
S100 Prisee of 800 are........ 80,ooo bl
100 Prizes of 400 are........ 40,ooo R
999 Prises of $200 are........ 199,8oo i
999 Prises of 00 are........ 199,8o d'
I3,1-4tPrises, amounting to...$2,199,0 0
AGET WANTED EVElWRIEERE
KP FOR CLUB RATES, or ay fr
theri ninformation desired, write lby P~
to the undersigned, olearlAzttg
5 your msidenee, with State- i ~i
StreetandNauaber. MoranMF rs in
mail dPelietry will be asusa nr b Four.
eneaklarig an envelope bearing yoar full
otee Ma~one Orderms tied by all x..
pass Compsanes or Niow rork ix. ,
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Artistic and OriginaLDesigns in Novelties t
Fine Clothing, Gent's
Furnishing Goods and fats.
tock Large, Varied and Complete.
JORDAN & BOOTH,
No. 218 Texas Street, Shreveport, - - . La.
Will Daplicate New Orleans and St. Louis Prices. IF'The only American
House in Shreveport dealing in this'kind of Goods. Country Orders solicited,
IN D U TRIAL IN8TITUTR,
[Established in 1865.]
Daleville, Lauderdale County, lississippi.-Twnty.-iftih Annual
sasmion Will Commenoe TUESDAY, SEPT. 3, 1889.
The following advantages are offered:
1. A corps of trained and expcrienc.4 6. Iundstrlal drawing, typao-riting,
ed teaco tr. uhorthanud, tolegraphy and elocntiou free
2. Ex:enses raduced to minimum; no ' 7. Superior accommodations in musio
"catch penny" extras. t 8. Work is thoroughb n every depart.
3. SBnpaor boarding accommodation meat "Not how much, but how well," is
at lowest sate.. - ~ estinotive aim.
4. Fits young men and young women 9' Trained Leac ras in the service and
for the re*! work of life. o bi
the u sobt ao tion, removed 10. A grade apartment for primary
tae t t ltion is free 6 months
SUlace to locate'to edu
cate yp d see us. Send for our
ead tolaustem p's .
S b isi beer thaneyer. Ev.
D. M. FtRRY &CO. ,
nAOmrr. i .t
SDR. BRITT'S a
DIh ti Paiit Pnv1 r 1 !.
Is a Highly Concentrated Vrget
ble Preparation of the best maeti
Boots, Herbs and Barks known io B '
any orthe maedical foulty. It willje "
dmove and nre gore a~hes and pansUh
in a shorter time, than any or all othir *s .
Sremedies combined. Hear what the or
doctor's neighbors say:
"I havensed Dr. Brist's Pain Soother
and know it to be a good mediocine."
S J. F. HEARD..
"I have ti ed the Pain Soother Dr.
Britt makes and wi well pleased. , It
does what he arsyit wiill."
I know bat' r Britt makes the be#
Pain Remedy in the world.".
algp . SAUERB
The doctor is also agent for ''Stanefy
oinAroan beet book oat. Address Y
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vim. K .,
L i.avr Ceompidt t take
B* .so 'S,
I.~mt i urse..
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If ou are In need of a
stylish suit or clothed writ
for sailes and prices ,
TIhAT F ig
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