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HOMER, LA., FRIDAY APRLIL !9, 1 Kn.. N ; _;L. HOER LA,, I, ,," *e '· " 'mrs··~meC Oificia11 UDirctory. UNITEI S'r - ;'. e - :E :.T .rons. ,LGibson, N·e" Or,.:u: . J I Lust is. ;tw Orleans. A i1 1411 ti P i j irt' T pi.t' W '". " , I la IP flw ino d Dist.11I :dic. "'ol:i:an, of Orh an Third District, E J (;vy. of PhIiqtcmminta ourth District. N: t l;ianti hard, Shr'pot 'ith Dis. C J io.itucr, O techita. , Dist, S Il .!.hrt,,,4, I.;:ton IRouge l4ek Boarni l:, Shr'Iv:pciolr , Judt :1 8 Jones, Snrveport, Di.,t. A tt' ohnW Wh ate ::, Sihrt ec'oIrt., CI..rk i C Gibson, ShI"'eort, MarShall " Sf.t1r. Or''ict:I . pT icholit, Gjvr:wr. i .~ ,Joffric., Li ute ,:nl t (Governu r, F MIaso, Sccret;:ry of Sta.te. Ollio B Stet , A tIdit.)r. I I Pipes, Tra:' rer.:' 1 I RogE 'rs, Attorn-:'y (-;,,n rl. JA Bl'oatux, Snpt ri 'I I' !) , iuc'tn. Sc:'l E.:C Co'() U:T. lermnd,'7, X. O. C ief Justice PPoc<he, S:.J a:ns, , 4DMcEinry, ()onchit; ) .BWAtkins, liet irr t),ood:i mates C Fenner. (ili ,i,,: Sbert J Wilson, L i:k COUCT OF ArI'r:.u.s. First Circuit. ;John C Monncnro, Shreveport dtlgs SB George, Mi'denlc Parishes and Times of Coirt. ' ddo: First lond-s ill J.:tua:Vy a:id r June. esir Third ,II,:,day. ii J,0,nna:'y knd JunU. aater: First 1c:idT;y in F 1brtary anti July. lenvillc: Secotd 2Iondays ini lF'bruh:ar and Jnly. Of borne: Thud Mounl;ys in Fcbrnary I a:. ad July.h First MontdayS in March andt ` October. il: 8cond Monltldys in March and ::October. p on: Third Molnd:ays in March and ;, October. dweli: a nrth Mondays in March 5and Octoher. n: First Mondays in April and No. vembor. tehitoches: Secontd Mo.dlays In April anid Novoxl,:r. Wie: Fourth Moudr. \s in April and , ta: First Monnday i:t May and Drc- i rbsesor. River: Third Mc;dtldj in May at1d - Diºcembeor. THIRD DISTnTrcT COV IT. posed of thb Parishes of Uiaibortc:, Union and l tnci)lu. vin irksdalo, lasten. Jndge. M'Clendou:, Holner Dit. Attorn:;. JU URY rtt,1,. LINCtidN. Ind Mondays in tJanuary and July t Mondays in Fehb,'u ry and August C1l.i.tO!NF. h Mondays in IF',l'y aind Angst - Not-Jnr'y Terms. IINCul .N. d Mondays itn March and Septemnb't 1 l:N ION. ad Mondays ii Ap il anl Octole CLAIiPORNE. lMol:slys in May and November, 21st H.SNAToIAI. DtsTI:IC'r. _ ed of the parishes of Claiborne, envillo, Webster and Bo;iicr.. SENATORS. Phippse, of Claiborne ,Y Var,,, of lInsiser IIB S RN:l RIEPE1:NTATiV ES. Srala. hlome 1 -elson l Ioiucr PoPAtRIS1 OFFICEns. forgusou Clirk of Court msaiy Dpity and N;otary kpatrick, Bheriiff wn, Deputy eClendo,, 'I'trnsurer hardson, Ass.esor, Tlrnllerl', Coroer eman, Surveyor trion, Straymastor SA Watson, Presideut, Ward 6 SW O'7Ban3son, 1 R Neel, " 2 AN1Winn, i" 3 TLowe, " 4 JBridges, " 5 rM McKenzie, " 7 A Aycock, • " 8 Ramsey, Clerk., SWARD OFFICERS. Barber, Snmmnrlield, tlagis h, Censtatloe. ith, Oordon, Magistrate. AtdPerson, Constable. SHarvey, Haynesville, Mags'tr henry, Haynenville, Magistr't. roteno, Constable. Parker, Constable. Hamiter, Magistrato. Miller, Consta Brooks, Athens, Ma )bb, Constable. eslie, Magistrate. rr Constable. ebardson, Homer, Magistrate. ges, Homer, Magistrate. ring, Constable. agman, Constable. Carathers, Ltbon, Magistr't. pyiolds, Constable Min TOWs OFFICERS. r Ward, Mayor hite, uldir, Selectmen orgason, lMadtett, Clerk H. Harris, Marshall. ::W F Bridges., Treasurer. iledg No. 7 Iof L tP. ,:--Orpxcnts ehardson P C hite, O C aston, V 0 Ol.ndon, P , ait of andK efR& 8 11. M of E a, Mat A Ward, 1O , OG rnROl ,ZS6LOL CARDS1. D'. T. N. Nix. F. U. Meadows. NIX, & MEADOWS, DENTISTS, IIOMER, LA. 1T:'e pternma:'ently lorated in Hlomer and respectfullv rolicit the patroutae of the phIlic. kW' Office up stairs, over the old Guardian otlice. [R. G. A. 11ARPIE R, IIOMER, LA. Of1co TIours-R a. im. to 12 im., and 2 p. im.to 5 p. n. ;_'' Office over G.. Gi, ,ill' store, R. P. WVE B, AT'TORN EY-IN-F ACT 1e;:l t:, ,~.y Public, a l fieal Estate Agent. Wi!l Iuy, 1,, amni siell real eIst.te of fe. ' eyrr d,:acription. Will !no represent The th i u l i 'irce a:d if lO Isurance Agr'cy :,f New O)rleai.s will make the collection of ciims a : ptecialty. OOtic:e )up-stairs in the old lpotofie hiniltlinZ, formerly occunpied by Dr. J. F'. John:ston. E. II. McClendon. C. W. Seals McCLENDON & SEALS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, II ISOMER, LA. tEir Will practice in all theo Court! of 7 th' Ta'ird Jadici.al District ndil the Si. ;,con Curt of tbe Sta'o. Partuorship liunitodio civil business. if. . P. RICIIARDSON, Practicin' physician -AND Justice of the ea. Ward *~ i.*j e.st sid1 donr west of th MdcCra :,ic briick corner--roar of J. E. Moorc's law othiee, lHomer, La. SDR. A II. GLADDEN. C' Physician and Surgeon, HOMER, LA. tr Respectfully tender Lis sorvicecs to the people of I:,nmer and vicinity. Will e tt'o;t cases conjointly without extia ir charge. y J. E. MOORE, XTTORNEY-AT - LAW. IlOMER, LA. tY" Will practice In the parishes of Claibuorn, Lincolu, Union and Bieiin ville. 1 JNO. A. RICHARDSON, SATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 4 HOMER, LA, SLTOflce up-stairs over 0. G. Gill's 8 JOEL W. HOLBERT. is- A'T1ORNEY & COUNSEL OR AT-LAW, HOMER, LOUISIANA. 'tr g Prarctice in the State and Federal *. Courts. Speeial attention given to Suc cession and Collecting bnsineoss. DI. DR. SILAS TURNER, . Practicing Physician, SHOMER, LA. le I Respectfully tender my services to the citizens of Homer and mnrrounding or qcuntry. Ofiee Opposite GUARDnIAx Oflee. en Residence East Public Square on Main Street. r HOMER MASONIC 0 '0 B. LGa. --SPRINGI TERM JAN. 2d 1889. fPnI)xLR DIvmIsON PER MoNTH, $200 ACADIeIC, " " 300 k8 COLLEGIATE, " " 4 00 M 'ris with ase of instrument,4 50 SVocaL, L ssoNs, per month, 400 Lesons in esash art branch, 300 InidentfifS per sealeon, 100, Sehoo lt.i iging', '" , free sI~~Pq#r Vu BRIDGEMAN ,. COLLIER & CO. -DEALERS IN- sja GENERAL MERCHANDISE, mo wiT ---SUCII AS- '-i 1RY GOODS, CLOTHING, Th NOTIONS, BOOTS, SHOES, II' HATS, CAPS, cC., &., c Fresh goods always on hand at ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. Remember the place, North Side of the Public Square, in for the J. K. Willet Brick Building, Homer, La. al ATTENTION, p CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS And all who use Sash, Doors, Blinds and Moulding. I have lately added to my STOCK and Immene line of the A above discribed Gooids. I have in Stock and to arrive, t 0. G. DOORS, WINDOWS, 3 by 7 8 by 12-12 Lights, Size, 2-4,,x4-6 2 10x7 9x18- 12 " '" 2-74x6-6 V 2-10x6-10 10x18- 12 " " 2-10jx6-6 a 2-8x6-S 12x16-- 8 " C 2-6x7 2-6x6-6 Also a great variety of Moulding. See my Prices. t They are as low as the lowest. G. G. GILL. The Largest DRY GOODS HOUSE in the State outside Now Orleans, covering 2900 square feet in space, for 1)RY G'OODS, CL 0 THING, 51 OE4S, And everything foir MIAN, WOMAN or CHILD. The only House that manufactures its Own Shoes. The Pioneers and originators of Low Prices for the Best Qualities. SFOR GOOD, HONEST VALUE, GOTO THE OLD RELIABLE ZODIAGS. Texas Street, Shreveport, La. (UT Z & SMITH. -- DEALER8 IN II E IMilL' in Nos. 8,10 and 12 Spiing Street, SSIHREVEPORT, - - LOUISIANA . Manufacturer's Agent For Gen ral Plantation Supplies 0Bro Cotton i Allum's Cotton Prun, 'ct-r Cane Milo, Straub Millr, - e rsl-.I Paiit . ook's B.a•orator, -n.,t-etr A Vife' F;iucadion. It is for the wTorn::n w"hose 19e band work: hard to eruan !':, vyou that I p1ropose tibs s:;ec'il and su- wo perior education to ea:nl!e her t spare aitl Ipend his mo-1n,.,vy 'as--X-11 antd wiielV as he car:, it. I i most nec..ss:v for the p r:,' n:.,n wife to kr ow the v"h ,f !; n' and thie aitu.:r? of u :iU 's w: ' th T hie e,)=`.. \':!u:: :,1'1 'Y . v.-,,; C; u n ' i nl , L e r fi 'u . i s t o h1 -' r S ; . : I . 'r first, nee ',' : °, T h fl:. 'ri':il e.IIC 01 Cool:ery .,re to hier V t::i (:'..]::!ll.. ... of xltti'.. S e 'i ' ;-i should kno" how to se irt . , '" ford, to coo}: it . hiol, l, ml i' l '.o ::i triot y:, , to mIix t.oo. ,rin:, l to lbu c(I(:l,:\, , nad to g :,' ood i: " me:nure and exact q!titii+. i of: all .tile `.;ntel to ' .e l hi'r It nutlrkets wisely :an, VC-t; to buyli A1l1 of the best, and all :t a 1.m ' " oil ate price; that ix her h pecr ' w dem. Il:r to clothe Iher chi to dren, her hulbh''d a' h".c 1 with good, lastin an" " R IS' to select themll he~,~.e:r i- o. : eupution, enjo- g.nt, v i "tols work. Then to be :able to ti'h her ch1,dcen all .t knows; to be thi ablde to trin themn to b who, vi. a tuonus 71111 t lf.f!i like h(,, l'Ie.'- th:ere is work and a!so l*:1;ij ; and then to lie able to rccie fr:n:n them grateiul help in rtun: there is reward. ''Then look at a Vi poor man's leisure in a ho tiliau- tl minated by such an educated, wo- y man; look at an evening i:-cAide where books can be intere tingly a2 Sand well read aloud; where songs a.t can be sting correctly and well in parts in which all can join; where stories can be well told and games ' of intelligence played, and nhe~re each can benefit by another's krnowledge. See how the ovils and gloom of an humble lot vanish be fore the sunshine of an educated mother's home organization. It , is to the* poor man that the educated wife is the great prize of 1 life.-Scott Ruacli. What Doctors Say. have used S. S. S. in treatmentc of blood taint, with remarkable success. J. Wiley Quillian, M. D. Easley,. c. SI have used S. SS.s. for s.ome time in the treatment of blood poi son without disappointment. Physician i will be compelled to acknowledge its mirits. NT. L. Galloway, M. D., Monroe, Ga I have tried Swift's Specific in i very bad case of Blood Disease, and take great pleasure in saying )* it was A perfect success, producing a complete cure. I hare also tried I it in many other cases with good results. J. R. Yerion, Milisap, Tex. 1 have used Swifts Specific in my practice for somne time, and find it to he all that the proprie. tors claim for it. D. M. McKnight, M.D. Maunoia, Ark. I have taken Swiit'i Specific lo. secondary blood taint, and derived great benefit. It acts much bet ter than potash or any other reme dy that I have ever used. B. F. Wingfield M.D., Richmond, Va. Swift's Specific is entirely vege table, and cures by forcing out the impurities through the skin. Send for book on Blood and Skin Diseases, mailed free. The SwiftL Specific Co. Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. Only a Small Boy and a latch. Rolling oil a log is a difficult feat compare with the effort needed to let loose an explosion and start a first class firein and about Pitts burg. A match, tossed aside by a small lad the other day, let loose the dege of destruction, burned a railway trustle, cremated other valuable property and scattered a group of small boys as popcorn is prepelled from the surface of a hot shovel. No one outside of these two gas fed cities can tell how big a fire a small spark can kindle. The leaky gas pipe and the carelessly tossed match sup. ply the elements needed in the ihaj case, and the small boy is most , j apt to act as officiating minister Sfor the dangerois couple whose r 9 psoonbrog progteny of flames. The w nIpje h wIkh 11 Ine 11 th , l. t r 0l goo ll m .':re t h'I arm the mile wor. '. '. rn i "ill do no harm ther " 1t ;',c l, " ng ruien: written ',," an of ti . ,:-:u!.,.au fo'" her own a ! easly th:a," landsJ of tiule, ' ken .; ..V k o ," hate fVI l). O ('ie .:, o:.~:Amati.ns of annro. - Ia :c, ;::ip;ise: a(nd j ;ov-often .lan- ( yn SEs''r"l '",: pr oachiitOg to "Tne m o ,. 1o 1w ')" irf1 )ll . inc ,i:a:tt;m tna "h 'al ote instra S!i.~. l :l' : of `: 'l I talI t h yoI vL can ,: t e.,, te , i;t , S le1" (I,'roiinu your lottcr'. thr 3-, ga short, &iarp not wth rel the !.ea i, i!lt(nlcd to do tte as thlb a l,, w. ,o S wit A:' To C:': ,ATl r. C:' An unafTected, , distinct, sil i ; totecl voi'e. Te art of pleasing those around a you, and seeming .leased with St-hcm and all they ay (10o for h '. ~oi. y e e T1'he charm of making little y acrifics c lite naturally, as if no Saccount to yourself. n The't it of making allownncrs a for the l.in1ilns, felin gs, or pri S An erect caltriare-that is, a sound body. al A good memoryl or f n acesa, and1 s1 lacts connected wiy;! them, thus d a ,voiding girig (d; lnse through It not reco.,nizing or bowing to pen c idle, or saling to them what had of best been left unsaid. ( ThA art of listening without impatience to prosy talkors, and smiling at the twice-toldb tole or - jok.-X. 11. C'hristian Adco -t cate. le ----- "_- t A Woman's Di;severy. t "Another wonderful discovery hi- has been made and that too by a )t lady in this country. Disease to fastened its clutches upon her and e for seven years she withstood itsi severest tests, but ier vital or a gans were undermined and death in seemed imminent. For 3 months se she coughed incessantly and could n not sleep. She beught of us a g bottle of Dr. King's New Discov ed Ery for consumlption and was so od much relieved on taking first dose that she slept all night and wil t x.one bottle has been miraculously cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz." Thus writes W. C. iarm rick & Co., of Shelby, N. C.-Get a free trial bottle at Joe Shelton's drug Store. .D. - 4 k. le loved Eighty-Five Times. ed Levi D. Fuller, who lives at uct Corland, is probably as well qual ne. ifled to discuss the sueces or fail ure of marriage as any man in the 3., ountry. In the Ihst twenty-five "a. years he has been married seven times. He has received in his life iut 1100 answers to such advortisoe i s ments, corresponded with 350 wo. kin men, proposed 119 times, been ex cepted 85 times, rejected 34 times. received 400 photographs, had six Ga. blonde wives and .one brunette; one wife was red headed. IIe says ih. he regards his prrsent wife, whom he got in response to persistent advertising, as the best of the lot, dlie has hopes of ending his days at with her.--Ex. ya Where He took Up Residence. )ose - Sa Teacher (to historical class) ,her Where did George Washington d a live after he retired from public nis life? C a No one seems to know. of Teacher-Was it at Washing tell ton or at Mount Vernon? can Still no reply. and Teacher-Come, children some uP of you must know. the Smallest Scholar-I know, teach tost er; he lived in the hearts of his ster countrymen.-Hla;)er's Young Peo s. The GuvarDAN for $1 00 a year " · .-. * ,-,t :. .., A . 7!'. 2i.A.i : L ;-:...; . < i - : ,, '- : lel' uscd PSi"denlls. In a li:tl!e villa ' e le tl e mailes disant trol ( leveland, O, there lived w:-el thirty cars Ago, twta vcrV atractiv' girl,. To one of these IrCs.'ihleint Iln vc liccbn: no a suitor, a. th, iarents of the young lady v i.goi .)ulyl opposed the co.urt shii ) on the groutll tlhat voung IIa1VeC was poor, andl .ave ov :id'nee .f ,,r+l ! sufictent :l;ili ty t.o war.rInl, tiiking their daubh ter's futute. 'h, match was 1ro ken off and ti:c lady is to-day mar ried ::n'i weill known in C'leveland so(i:v. The otter young hutl had receix edl many atten.ti1on: fromi young Carleldl, and was disposed to reciprocate them. Ieir l.arent*, :howevr, o jccted, to their intima cy, giv\ing a refsonr th teir op position the poe(r' V of Carticld and the anything but bright pros i ects of hia future. The .lief co incidence of these courtships ccn Sists in tle fact that t2al trd, t where buth thcso young ladies lived, contained at the time less than 500 inhabitants, nnd bot i refused two future p1 Cidents of S the IUnbicd States because of their poverty.--At L ,uis Globe Demo c: at. Mary had.l a little lan:l,, its lleecn Swas hite as snow; it strayol away one summer day where latbs should not go. Then Mary sat her down, and tears streamed from her pretty eyes; she never found lthe lamn, because she did not ad 0 vertise. And Mary had a brother John, who kept a village store, he .sat down and smoked his pipe andl watched the open door. And: as the people pascd along but did not stop to uly, John still sat and smnoked his pipe and blinked his sleepy eye. Anid so the sheriff closed him out but still he linger ede near, and Mary camd to drop d with him a sympathizing tear. Hlow is It, sister, that these merchants itt here sell all their goods and pay their bills and thrive from year to year?" Remembering now her own hard luck, the little maid re plies: "These other fellows get there, John, because they adver tise,''-Tylcr De:nocrat and Re port-er. ' Their Business Booming. " Probably no one thing has cans-' nd ed such a general revival of trada it at Joe Shelton's drug store as theire giving away to their custo th muers of so many firee trial bottles hs of I)r. King's New Dscovery for SConsumption. Their trade is simp a ly enormous in this very valuable Sarticle from the fact that it al So wnys cures and never disappoints. lse Coughs, Colds, A.thna, Bronchi tis, Croup, and all throat and lung s diseases quickly cured. You can er test it before buying by getting a - trial bottle free, large size $1, Every bottle warranted. n's ------***----- Only a stray sunbeam? Yet it cheered a wretched abode-glad S. dlened a stricken heart. Only a gentle breeze? It fan ned aching browns, cheered many hearts by its gentle touch. i Only a frown? But it said void the in the child's heart--quivering lip and tearful eyes. ren Only a smile? But how it cheered the broken heart, engen io- dered hIope, and cast a halo of o light aroundl the sick-bed. ex Only a word of encouragement, s a singla word? It gare the droop iX ing spiric Onew lifo, and led to Sevictory. lays ---***c---- om Drop a Nickel and see Pictures, lot. The latest nickel and sl.t de vice is a sort of big stereoscope which hats been invented arid manufactured in Paris. You drop ce, in your nickel and apply your eyes to a pair of protuberances )- like the eye pieces of an opera ton glass. Pictures are then ditsplay blic ed( in rapid succession, one pie tute lasting seven seconds, until the contents of theb.,x are all ex ng- hiLited. The pictures are shown in the glare of an elctric light, which is extinguished when one one has had his live cents wortfh. Yeo York Sun. s Wliat an tw;uh destruction there c- would be if somo man should halp pen tr kick a hen as hard as ho usually kicks at her.--Tcrre Haito ear ECpres.