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TIE GJUARDIAN .
.. LEW I th Sept. 96, 1t77. 6:y r r I have planed a number of Accounat cl la the hands of W. J. Merce for collection. it These bills are due for work done some t time ago in the Reconter's ofsee. I want 81 the money, and have intr2, ted Mr. M. to elose them out. Hope no one nill siffer i1 himself to be sued. B. D. HARRISON. 01 --- ---Inn Cash Relpt. We will continue to publish nuder this heading the names of those who each week pay tup their subs riptions. 'hie list is intended as a mneaorandum for the pro- t tection of suabsribers against possible errors in our books: J (,!". T1 rO (:C Grreer. $Jr t O ) T leai. 2 50 M C Lawrance, 11 5 h T A K,.,iriek, 2 50 R T Vanghn, 2 s, F M Freeman, I 00 lD : i ann, I ou VW C Kuighteu, 9 :5o T Mlurelald. 75 The good news that strikes all consumers wth ..pia.l force is, that W. J. Taruvt 0 defics the world to sell better and cheaper t gruvcrl, than he. F. L. JoasR.Ro han No.• Cooking Storve, a a:th cumplete outfit, fir thirty dollars. a We, all that bringing things down. See o 'bh new alvertisement. I An extra sesaion of thirty days has been i called by E. L. Joa.eso.. During that t time alt goods will be sold cheap for cash. New grocerien, stoves. etc., being received all the time. Th', placie to get your money back is on the south side of the public square, at WILLIe ELLINorN's store. Fresh arrivals every week of new and cheap groceries. ;hlden teiight. The choice lot of good books lately re reived by the Postmaster are selling like linht cakes. The people of Claiborne parish who care for ecrl.lent r.atdig should give Mr. Iarrin a call. lii books are cheapuand are bty the best authors. If you want to save your ltuggy or Car rage from being ruined, take it to W. C. LILr.S and have him to paint and varnish at over for you. You can titus save the wood parts, and have a nice buggy. lie will do thb: work cheap. Give him a call. W. J. TAYLOR has just received a supply of White Fish, Sparealibe. Jowls. and Cu cmilber Pickles in brine. These articlee wi.l be odld low downa for the cash. 1Don't Nflt to give frtind Taylor a call when you are in town. lie will certainly give you excellent bargainis. -em--- Menars. Ramsey andt Simmons are engaged in rew ising the sanement so as to include all laud heretofore nnauseesed and not pay. tog taxes. After their labors have been completed there will be no lessibility of any lanud escaping the tax. Heretofore thousands of dollare have been lost to the Mtate anrd parish by failure of the tax pay er or awnnsor to include o1n the rolls all taxathle land in the parish. --- -m-- - The Imi. John Younng and R. T. Vaughn, Esq.. have formle a partnership for the practice of law. Their card appears in this issue of the OUt.tn.uax. Itoth gentlemen pmuess decided ability, and will meet withl marked saeeeesa we have no doubt. We commend them to those of onr readers who may be so uufrtunate sr to require legal aid to extricate th.-. ftrom utieb dificulties as they may encountetr. A good hotel in wanted badly in lHomer. There is no one building in town large enough to accommodate the demands of the public. There are some excellent private boarling houses which ala, rective travel ere, but they do iot .er.t the requirements of the0 town. There is money in a good hotel, and if some capitalirt sunlt erect such a lbudlling as is required a landlord can easily be found who would pay a good I rent. cuSqUAN. BURSERIES A. K. C'U.onax'n Nurnrierearedecidedly one of the most valuable enterprisee ever atr xt.d in Claiborne. The people have eight satong thii a Nursery aseosaplete as acty of those in any State. Any tree or I sbrub you want may be procured at resoon able charge. SWe extract from the Union Record the fllowing notice of Mr. CLLua ma.. We are plesd to han that 'tMr. C. is appre ciated abroad as well as at home: Mr. A. K. Cligmapn of the Homer Nurne ry was in town this week. This Nurserv has a wide-pread reputa tion in this portio of the Stote. Judge Roberta, lsera. Honeyentt, Pear son, eOoune and others who have tried his apple, peach and plum, and other fruit treem. paroaaee them superior to those they purchased from N..rthber and West era ?arnrerymen. This enterprisilg gentleman comes faom Homer well recommendled, and as we b0 liare in home industry, we hope the people of the pasteuh will eaearag Mr. Clingman. Alt khid of dtU trees saod shelubery kept eetantly on bad, and at pries low. han enu he purees MNorth or Weat. The tloes by t Not priagelm Is esti mated to ho three hundred tbhea ed dol lean. Ilurance. tweatyr.fire tbouand doal. fl a, MARDI BRAS. bhrove l ~usiaay nba come and gone, an-d the young protestauts of Homer, like their eatholic bathnm in other pltaes. it have had their season of jillity and amme- wit uont. Homer has been visited by Rex. The procession of queer and comical enos tames had an abundance of openomouthed admirers, and the ball at night was unom-. ally plessant. Devils, cadets, major. I generals, priests, old bags, fower-girls, an. in I gels, snowaskea, indians, sheperesae, A. clowns, wild irishmen, etc., were mingled me in motley throng to their own delight sad 1 the great satisfaction of the unmasked 1 spectators. rt7 Res made his appearance and from the ma throne viewed for a brief space the revels d of his jolly ulbjects. But the bead that RPl wore the crown rested not easy, the nimask out was stilling and at half past nine the di- in guise was removed, revealing to the anr prised company the thin visage and at- I', tenuatied form of We, l's & ('o., that is to tia Ssay the editor of the Gir siuie tv. lwho for a 1 brief while wore the royal robes and gir- der die (f s:usangen, the said girdle twing a part of the ,rthloluo costume of the King in his favored Vmeiice. tl There is no doubt but that .Mardi Bras me festivities are growing in Ipopularity. And yr we thiink it well that one lday of the year bhould be devoted to harmless pleasantry or foolery as the more strict might call it The young meni promise the people better things next year. We cannot well close our notice without I a special word in reference to the remark. abl, costnme assumed for the evening by our friend, 0. P. Knutson. As the Wild Man of the Wet, he created quite an ex citement. That artistic taste which ren ders him siccessful in his business as a pho tographer, enabled him to devise a costume unique and puzzling. and which defied the meeost impertinent curiosity. Mr. Knutson was decidedly the characterof the evening. - . -- 00 For the Saday Seools. Rev. J. T. Davidmon furnishes us with an enigma for the amusement and instruction of the sabbath school children: 1. What young man of the tribe of Ju dsh slew the lion and hear when he kept his father's sheep? 2. What renowned city was the begin ning of Nimrn l's Kingdomt 3. In what hill did David bide himself on the south of Jeshimont 4. What is the name of the Angel of the Ihottomsless pitt 5. What letter of the alphabet does not begin any prloper untnhmi in the Iible? 6. Which of the prophets did the ravens feed? 7. Which discilel denied his Master? Thet initials t t, the answers of the alire qulletionls sIpell the name of all edlitor ill North I.louisiann.. The answers to the enigma published last week have been all correct. We would like to receive other enigmas. The exer cise is instructive and gives pleasure to !k the puprls of the Salhath schools. SeleHtle of Eigm I Last Ise0e. HR. Enrr ,R-We, of the Aunday School clam, are right glut you have oAllred space in your cohluans for enfigmas. We thank you kindly, artl toshow you I am intereask among the many, I send you the solution to the enigma of lost week'sissue. We trust other biblical enigmas may appear, for they are both inteatiting and improving. t 1. Jonah; '. Absalom: 3. Peacocks: 4. ,r Ananias: 5. Ripash; I. Ketnrsh; 7. Elha- H nan; 8. Ruth. The initials to the answers J, I spell the name. J. A. PaaiRta. D. j From the Shreveport Bulletin, a paper published in the interest of immigration, we take the following kind notice of the iGuardian. A The proprietors and conductors of the Bulletin are worthy gentlemen who are do- g ing much to entcourage immigration and to advancee the material interests of North Lentisiana: ToI Cl.Asnmtel . t. ;unlsa, published at iomer, lt'inirn.e parish, ir the offilial joarnal of tIe parish, and is unquestinnably one of the neatest lnewspapes lpuhlished in d Nirth iLoisiana. B.. ). Itarimon is pro prietor amndl )rayton It. Itayes Ias et arg~e I of the editorial dlepartment asnd is an able editor. A portion of their cotnlumns is de moted to the agrienltural interesteof the parish, and cuntaini valuable informnation I to any one saeekin homes in this section. The snhjeet of the following notice had Smany friends in Claibhorne Iarish who will Sbe usaddened at the news of her death: e The hest sermon in the world in a beau t ifial life. and sruch was the life of Mrs. W. C. Coxmr.a wire was called away from her huaband and two little ehildren in the still hourns of last altlebth night. It was a re Smark of her father thbst he never knew her to disobey or even to murmur against a re e lmest or a command. As a wife and moth- 1 er, she made her home beautiful by her sweetness of dispeaition tag untiring de votion to he, hbsband and children. The . many friends who mingled their tears with those of her family at the grave, testif~ . how faithfully and kindly she had filled her station in life. r-. Mis. Co.ma was the daughter of Dr. M. is A. Cornelias, and was bhern at Ieederse, it Rusk county, in 1.M. Rhe was married to me Mr. t'oner in 1I70.--Dtlas (Tms) m-m. . maetvial, 23rd isrt. e Themr are 36 diffeent brands of cigar. 1 ettes in the American market. a Hon. Alexander H. Stepbens ile ignilbed his purpose of being a candidate for reelection, if his hselth i- continues a, good as at present. l- Bis ambition now is to die in the t. publie service, or, as he expresses it, "with his harnets on." On the seventh int., at the residenee of the bride's father, J. D. Volentine, J. T. 4. LEWIS to Mias MOLLIE VOI.ENTINE, with Rev. J. . T. Davidon as uAlciatiug minister. ... . .. .- - - TOWN COUNCIL PROCUEDINGL. lfnina, LA., March 8, 178& The Board of Mayor and Selectmen met in regulnr eseaion. Present: J. Ferrusn, Mayor;, A. Weail, A. C. Jones, J. R. Ramsey, and Peter De mets. Absent: M. R. Bryan. The minutes of last meeting were red and approved. The committee on repairi of cemctery reported verbally that the artual cost of material for enclusing the grounds with a goed plank fonr would be shoat one boa. dred dollars; and, on motion, the mayor appoiuted J. I. Ramsey and A. Well to let out contract for doing the work amS super Intend the same. On further motion, the mayor was adul*l to the c.oumuittee. On lotion, it was enacted, that all per ln payming a general nmre.hant's license in the town: of lomoter, shall be exempt from license nmi stove, and Iurnitlre. The following. reports tere reeta, and or dered to be lspread ipon the minutes: COI.I.IrCToi't RPLVOtiIT: To tIe .Vipr and .reretses of the tour of Bomer: eutletuen-l Iherewith submit the following report of money collected by me since my last report: From A W Barrow, Tax of 1-7i, $61 50 J H8 arrw., 31 50 B A Bridge., "5 10 0 0 (ill, " 0 10 Mrs M E ill, " 15 00 J H till, " I 50 S Y Oladney, 46 00 T R G ren, 13 00 B D Harrison, " " 495 M O Kinabrsw, 1 " 00 M C Lawrance, " " 31 00 iH C Lawson, " " 6 00 W P Otte, " " 16 00 W W Otta, " 5 9 J t Simmots, " " 14 10 Nathan Smith, " I" 1 00 Jo, Shelton, " " 5 00 J L Tippit, " 50 C (' Wilder, " 7 a0 Walter Ward, tax of 1577- , 9 75 John Ellington, Street tax, 3 00 SJoe Shelton, 300 W W Otts, " 3 00 SG Gill, " 3 00 A 8 Ford. " 300 Willie Ellington, 3 00 cl JC Drew, 300 H W A Johnston, " 300 it h A Bridges, 300 hi A H Davidoo, " 300 ni W F Darden, 3 00 w Homer Jordan, 3 00 8 Y Gladneiy, 3 00 Walter Ward, 3 00 - W J Hrrow, " 300 A W arrow, " 300 C€ O Ferguson, 300 L.E Camp, " 300 llR 8iin, 3 00 MO Kinabrew. " 300 W W Arbuckle, license 1878, 10 00 A Well, bal on tax 177, 2 95 A Well, license 157f, 13 00 M Weil, agent, tax 177, 3 55 H Weil, tax 1877, 3 80 Johb Ella, license 1557, 15 00 v Total, $496 90 By commissions on 496 90 49 C9 Treasurer's receipts, 4J 16- 500 87 Due Collector, 3 97 relees wfllly, q MARTISN NALLE, Col'r. TRagAat'RE IIL' nRPURT: 4 D. W. Harris. Tr., in acct. with Corp'n, Dr. , Mch 4-To scrip of Nalle, Col'r, $196 65 c 6i-To 191 70 To " " " 1:12 ri Total, $451 le Mrh. 4--ly hal Feb 5, ,34 6-By corns on 451 ld, 11 27 ly scrip herewith, 354 63- 306 16 On hand to balance, $ 84 9J Relpccitfully, D. W. HARRIS, Tress. MAYRon's arport. To the HoIorahble Bsrl of Selectmen of the town of Homer-I herewith make my e report of all 6nos asessed driang my term of oflee, since May Ilth, 1577: May II, lit?. Pierce Harper, 0 00 June 3., " Willie Lippmins, 7 50 July 5, A C Jours, 7 50 9, Joe Dudley, $5 remit 4, 1 00 16, " John Elia, Jr, 500 iS, " Virgil Blackman, 5 00 William Lewis, 5 00 " Alex Stewart, 2 50 Aung 14, ..00 I Will Wylie, 2 50 25, " lR Ferguson, 600 Sept 14, CRgers, 00 W Ward. 500 17, " C Beueleru, 6 00 SI Hecker. 5001O SJu Gtrahm, 5 00 I, " J R Richardlon, 500 4I, " AStewart, 6 00 8, " Mrk Elia, 2 50 Oct 1, " Scutt Young, 5 00 9 Eliza Thomas, 5 00 24, " Oe ill, 10 00 Nov 5, " Mark Elia, 00 1 30, " John Awbrey, 5 001 i Dec 1, " Robt Symmonda, 3 00 2, ins Morueland, 6 00 6, " Thos Kight, 50 17, " H 8 lay 6 0, 24, " F ltridgma, 5 00 " W Hir, 5 00 Jan 19, l7. Harrison Saeltea, 3 00 Feb- 6, " - Moran, 5 1 17, " David WIlliams, 6 00 STotal, $191 50 SAll of whicb is repectfally submitted, . im March 6th. 175. J. . FEGOU'SON, Mayoar. SThe srip asempanl Trtaraerer' re i- part, amoounting to $ 5, after being tr eamefully counted, wo bored.. 5- Account in voreof mith 6 8naders for is 00, for repairilng hore-racks, wo ap h proved. The Bord thea adjearmed till maet rag it slar meeting. (Signed.) J. FEROL)ON, Mayor. . B. D. iaslu o., Clerk. n, . -- 81nce the war citizens of Georgia hare sent out o the State $1,252,000 for the education of their ebiklrelt. Thls fact i seId as m argument in ,fivora of tbe estabilsmat of d -l. let ge f th e highest el withia the 15 - - ---~ a Schootmistrees (Jut beginniug a tL ieo Improving ason p. uinae. it. rale to the jtI e) "Now, what e ae the pf iud tligsp wep i oat it, othelearthP YoUthalr r ,met 4 (cenOently~r "Wormc Heser Price Carreut, veir wily by rqfreerr at sat meA i- 1s Ipreips bdlers. LXLE-OREAAE-l-e Ijto p box. iAlIINO--I:r Iio a l yd.h WSA)NA 8Al'RAOP.S--0c lb. 1 atituA -415- 1et 75 R W e. BAKING POWDEEBD9e6s lb. I. OR NEEAL-.1ek b. oAL OIL-d40'sI0e ga. :ANDLs-- "969sc lb. :LEAR RIB SIDE-u10c Ma l. O-FFON BTRIPES--10ec ) y4. :HICKENYS-154-o0. ANDY-140r lb. O)MESTICS--GIOl9c yd. LOS--,ftIt Ic dos. LOrt'R-CS'OS D. 4IDES-4etAoc . Flau IoRnE 8HOES-lac 0 l. ARD-1tk M lb. O1LA7WF*--,t5c c H agl. IACKEREL-4 9 5 I kit, No. I. ATCH 75e per dos. \AILR-&. lb. keg rac. 1Yl'ER.'-4$l,'jI . dos. PRINTT--a. / yd. POWI)ER-4th lb. POTATOES-4$4 bbl; $tt i bherbL -IS'E_---sis 1b. _ SALT--4i73 00 sack. T. 41'OAR-9'a lie li T. IHOT-4r 0 ) sack. tOAP--t$ 10c 14 lb. IACER KRALTc- It b. WODA--10 It lb. 4N I T-40c 3 botle. FOBACtccO-- 9o,0c p lb.E rRACE CHlAIN8-7-Te 3 pair han Young.. T. Vaughn. TOVIe a VAUeNN, .TTORNEYS AT LAW, HIOMER, LA. N. TILL practtie in the Courts of Clai borne, Jackson, Bieuville, Lincoln d Union, and in the lnpreme Court at inre. March 13, 1l87-30:y VOTICE. WILL be absent from Homer some two months, and leave B. A. BRIDGES in are of my busriess durIng my absence. is authorised to sign my name In closing soy of my outtanding debts. He will P on band at all times, in the office of my w store, to receive cotton or money on counts and notes. A. MeCRANIE. Feb. 90, d718. F:tf - Haynesville Institute. 'HE Eercises of this Institution will comanenc, on G0 MONDAY, tN 4th et Februry, 18t8. R*am or T .trno-4. 3 and $ per ouot from day of admimion. Board can be obtained in the town aad cinity at reasonable r-tes. J. E. MOORE, Principal, Mas JENNIE HEARNE, Assistant. Jan. 30, 1876. 24:3m a -:59 *191 N1 4N amnoq-tano3 ros jo M ans 'asoly a tun)ls55 plog eqs 1 ,[ea Aj P1 •*e.tJd ; s.olj eq r In1qLs.eS Jo esq oqL epuIq lle J 0 931'd14.19 '8.J35A 'B.XOIRIAORU j @eaoJ9 LauJij pus £luUas VIYI '83NOIU U f' Nottee of Dlee4luoIem. THE partnership heretofore existing be .tween J. B & T. H. Moreland has this ty been dimolved by mutual consent.- "rties indebted to the firm will settle with J ther member of the Arm, whose reelpt ill be valid. J. B. MORELAND, T. H. MORELAND. Dec. 99, 1+77. 90:. HIIE undersined will ecntinue to run Sthe MOIREL.ND MILL and GIN, and sk a contitnuance of the libersal patrnge eretfore given. They lantend, by str t tention to bsiness, tp merit favor sadto ive satisfaction. T. H. MORELAND, J. W. McFARLAND. I Dec. 9s, 1877. sem Seeceas.ee Sute. c:eassiuon of M. R. Cuon and Polly Cason, deceased. 8st5e of Lewsiiess-Paril qof Clailerke. IY virtue of a comm lasion issued eat of L the IHonorable the Parish Court of said arish and State, to me directed b Drew Reruason, Clerk of the District Court, I rill prened toBell to the la st ad highest kiddter, within the legal boers of se, a be late residence of aid decesssd, abort S miles west of Homer, On Saturday, the Iet . lMueh, ISIS, iu the peronal property hslglste sald eeeau, onaa tln g of Cosa, odder, aos, Castte, Mlnes, .dr, &e. . And, is obedie iso the requirmeeto of ild commissioa mentlioed above, I will mll at the Courtbouse daar, in the town t Romer, within the legal haours of sale, . Iaeemay, tk0th ay e Aprl, I1IS, Al the reel estate beleaing to enaid se. raone, a followe, to wit: An undivided half interest eahb in the saorth half of te northwet quarter ad tlb northwest quar Isr a t neurthees quarter of meton thirty-l.re, and the south mI of soth half of souathwest quarter of sucttion twety ighlt, all In townbIp twety-two inorth of rng eit wes t, insid parsh sad ate, otaln il 0 acres more or less. Tems male si, to pI debt. . LEE, M.,ar ELLEN LEE, e-Amx. are s, Ir7. skts Upbestaj~ Mattrs T HI udeselsues anueus te thepeple t Caiensephed ish that he is ey var ia s erth M sats; s rasr a A. W. IBarrow's Saie. ,tULUS LANEOLMD. JOS.woUK NUAITI 3Z3Ct3TID &? The Cheapest Plae in Sbhrereport to bay DRY GOODS, t1ontntg, Oýts anb £ots,. Is at the popular Dry Goods House of S. G. DREYFUS, Cslmer t Teas st d Sgpg SUroe, spt.L m, u7. M ssuer o Tarf Eal rsIW Snuu, (Nest Der to C. ILD rui4e,] FI IALasI tN Vad rmey ag seese, uislot Go ode, Clothing, Ae., Dc. e 7. 7, 17. 9dm STAR CLOTEING -AND - arnishing Goods Ilouse,a, M. LEVY A CO., " 17......Texs Street.. ....It autireroT, LA4. -et. I7, 1477. 9:17 Pol.d . H. o. JatOn. TiOMAS POLAND t CO., setton Factors, Wholesale Groers, teceiving and Forwarding O Merchants, Ceraer ot `reket ea levee St., 3iE'IrPOiT, L.A. et. 17,147. 9ly y Gregg, R. W. Ford. L GOEOG & FORD, COTTON FACTORS, AND meral Commisslso leretsats, Dealers in e6 rocerles and Western Produce, a Agents for ratt's ImprovOd Revolvlg load Gl., m 3n, 3l sad SS Ievee, t SBRErEPORT, Ld. Oct. 17, 1877. ly91 to 3kAT AMERICAN COOKING STOVE. It N. W. EU1IPET, f IANUFACTURER of all kinds of TIN- t' I WARE sod HOUSE FUINIISHINO GODS. Dealer in all kinds of Heatill +d Cookin Stores. No. S Leve Steet Oaks7 Ibl. )l p ly Cuampeton Hotel, em Street, Me!.w « Sprig aid Market, 58IRSFrPOBT, LA., NE Block from Railroad Depot; one and a half Blocks from Steamboat Lauding. ew Boilding four stories high, with all ledons impruvements and covenliences riso. reaonable-Accomnnmodaltions supe or. JAME CL'UMPSTON, Oct. 17, 1877.-91y Proprietor. L. A. LEBVY, 0 Texas Steet, * . Shreveport, T EEP always on baud bhe lrgest and best assortment of UNFbCTIOKEBIsRE, TOEBACCO Bed CIGARS, WINES dad LIQ ORB, PICtITS, JELLIES and PRKBER 72, FIrE- WORE, fi. Oet. 3, 187t. 7:Om Haess F. Uts. Joseph B. Smith. UTI & SITW, Dealers in leavy a Shelf Hardware, kachinery, Iron Pipe and Fittings, kgricultural Implements, Mitchell Wagons, gmeers' SUpplies, ttiag, ae., Nee., te nd lt £Is"oSg snt, nRRFEPORT, LA. Oct. 3, 1P77. 7:dm a. * U. JACleS, Cotton Factors, IsPOrTras AND DRAs.3U IN Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, Boots and Shoes, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars. INERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONX 10 NMLNT&. Texas sree, sbwv4ewi, La. apt p9. a1777. Ste M. Re*S, Whelbuae kater I Esvaua A DomesUe Cigars, Tobacco, P s, Snuff, Whi es. Wines sad Brundie., -- . Smee . be Iaw@, seWp. 1, 1t7. M WE. w*s., iWe. 1I t .Omoa, ,s*avzrbar, ,a., hramue. OCMnes. 3 --rales Wi Wdvs 1, sal a. ,vii S A. SAC@S1, 3aL5ad iN Fai amd Staple Dn e6m , he., Ro. N TYes se sme B1ER rIoayT, LI. Oct. 17. 1$??. 9t1y FLORSIBI BReL., ,SALSe. IN DBI GOODS, CLOTHING, 1YOS miI SIOeS, PLANTATImN sUvPPaIs, FURNITURE a Specialty, Ne.. m It ke tsvee, liai rFPorT, *A. Sept. W sI,,. 6:0 MR30- M. CALL, BOARDING A LODGING, Ma. 5 11am lime, Or BUtck 'Iem kmd Itpee eud sem hee Ameg, S.RitVEPORT, LOt'ISIANA. BIF.ST and Chbeast Isend i the City Gs ood Table, Coanefrtble Roam., Clean Ieds, Polite Attetiou. ('all sad se for yoursel. Sept. 9O, 167-.4b Uses etr ****lishe AofM 51en tats qf LIeiaaeu-PerW o CleadleMW E IT REMEMBERED, That osnkt the B eth day of February, A. D. 16, we, lbse underuiged qusaliled Jory Comm sean e st at the Court-bhons in the tows of Homer, C'alberoe parish, Louliana, hi the purpose of sevisi t Ineral rvulroe uand to draw the yoniro fo te April Term ct the Ditrict Cours of Clalbers pWris, oommencing on the Third Mday of slid rumont, and after choiing eighty pae. to complete the geneenl rain, p Ies of thbse drawn for service rat e last tI r oft mid Court, proeeded to draw the Jar, to rse the b rs week of lhe nest regular term of the 11th District Cour, eemase Ing on the 15t day o( pl, 176, Itb the Thtl.d Meoday ofo msouth, when the following named pens were duly drawn to mrve as jurer 1. Deas, J F Wead 3 4. JThme, CC e 7 I. Simms, P " 3 6. iligore James " e 7. Morrie, Siam o " ! U. Oer, RW S 6 10. Hay, JH " II. Delsoey, J B " 7 19. AvlnrEF, " 3 13. Hil Jr " I 14. Re, B " 15. Allen, R A" I. Hyde, J 8 " I 17. Nickelson, J W " 18. Curry, JH " 4 19. Kelley, O A " 90. Norton, Heary " 6 21. Allen, I'U 7 3i. Ral J W ~ 11. HesareJ O d a 54. CollIer, P C I S, WhI ZT i 6 9. JarrellM 97. MeLte d, C s1. Ledbetr, W It " I U. Shelton, Ieaso " 30. & "a , il Tbemes B t 33. BtI L M l: " 34. Thura, L F " I S. Daviy, M " 7 36. Co'kyt , W C " 7 40. Orr, J T " 44. 41. aF'b, r " 6 14. ImbIll WE * 5 47. Kerlu, a I 0. WisoW T W 60. Kennedy, Mares I After whiek the following pareo were duly drawn s juro for ieo med wee.k, cemmeneag on Monday tse ed of ApttS, A. D. 1878 k3. , T Wad3 . Jarre, SB I 7 &. aIerr, A " 7 T. Meon f, A W " ! 10. Wtvrsos, Usur " i 1S.Tay ',JW " I Oeu, W L " I 17. Meek, he " I 1. Wdee, L " I I1. i A I " 9. Wma s, " W SL AMe& A * 5 S. CIm.Aa " 8 A,. 9ed , L , J. 1. IL "a : 'le~ss e omeI e r lf Cr AT n' av Is AdamIIrr