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i.HOM iR, - LOUISIANA. AS TO CARD8 i ot the Wicked Plctcrial, But those Used in Social Life for Visiting, Weddings .tnd the Like. .ivitation cards are now deco i~'l.l)h designs suggestive of ta re of the reception or en. Ie'tainmcnt, only rough finish be. Ing popttar. For mnusicales they are inscribed with an embossed harp, piano, guitar, violin, or one ^~%ta group cf warbling cherubs, picturesquely attired in a sheet of music. Terpsichore, with a following of fairy, airy maidens, bounds the top of a dancing card. The sum mons to a course dinner is attrac tively prepared with fantastic, seasonable sketches, as indicating ' the edible productions of the-dif. I forens climes. Dantily painted clusters of rosebuds, with the bindiag ribbon vividly depicted adorn the front page of a debut- i ante's inrvitatiens. Cards for euchre, poker and whist assem blies may be aiy-two cards in the desk, prettLi tlise toseober wiith ai-gd, ed csrds; .th aces nd court tickete are most favored, however. These are nnot grade up from ac tual playing cards, but prepared and sold especially to serve as in- i vitations, the first inner side bear ing the residence, date, name, etc. - For the literary inclined are t cards with appropriate quotations u r taeat sketches of worldrrenown. ed, eharactor4s in prose and poet- c ry. The entire ateier is exhibit- t - dl in detail on the stationery pre- h t paed for sitistie communications p i hinvitations, the more rude and c ,irlodusnleau the design, proportion- A ae the satisfaction of host or c aInvitation cards for silver, gold, S ;1 wooedea, glasd, sugar, and h aiwy other wedding an iversiry ii Obat may b, b bstahtially rocog. st asset ti ses near as possible a T s:;.'s~pl e f the desired token; thus ti i-." i, a lvet;, ad gold foil, fnely is ''-.d 4awn glesr-ia geometrical fefas w u aid ervery eosoelvable color-and. I t5?r 4 ad wed sad nuger pre- Is to esesmeble as ar as a th~ pautibtionhl past to We ~l&a~eusenlbe with the ius- t d$44td (Wadedadd esatI hu s Ar i tail br msessenger. hi p th e P ps ashe silver a c rdl p et yceelirated were st Mj 1Jt~*ituisticafly norvL as gl*tetet ..g oars, me. g ibb aod tpsd de, ea- ,i of fete~ay tresi, odd forms ~ 4at ei th abun *(e.$ated #lIaty.)3e laPge pa ia bellt hda eipki. I) &a insifon sf the chan- its lildr nka th4 41 4 35 fPetmoe e 1~e ohasteis woreabi i ll9V i Ito idf ive prased In titsical a artistic, mecanical oratlent cltechie, i ties, is the occsion makes ap y* proprate, or the the names of the guest,sar or Christian, are mutilat NA. ed for that purpose. The styles Sfor serving creams, ices, frozen punch, graces, and charlotte are very fanciful, pretty and new, But imitating perfectly fruits, nuts, breads, flowers, vegetables and piquantspecimens of animal nature. These are so natural and life-like that it seem like cannibal eco- ism to devour them, but after the ,e of first bite all compunction vanishes: en. Flesh colored cupids, reclining on, t be. rose leaves; fdur speckled eggs, they made of New York and. dotted seed with chocolate, in a nest of green one tinted-ju-ju paste; immense straw ubs, berries in natural colr, with the -t of center of white; with seeds of minute pieces, of citron, tomatoes, g of pears, potatoes, turnips, apples, the beets, cart-wheels, anchors, books, um- bottles, hen and chickens, birds, rac- pug dogs, in fact every possible 3tic, form the cream or ice can rbe ting manipulated into, will tickle the dif. palate and please the fancy of the ited elected few who have the where the withal to encourage the artistic ted caterer this season. When not at I but- table thes are handed the guest i for on a dainty napkin with a tounda- I em: tion of candled rose leaves, and : the to many the latter is as palatable ( rith as the ice, as it is permissible to I art consume all but the napkin and I er. ribbons.-[Chicago Tribune.] t so- t red ew Lise on Life. c in- i uionhumption I. hereditary in t ar' ay family; my father died of it. etc. From early childhood I had symp are toms of lung disease; had asthma ens until I was twelve years old; had a hn" a backing cough, which continued t yet- constantly, and when I was twen. )it- ty-five years old began to have a s re- hurting in my breast, and frequent I MnS pains in my shoulders, and sharp Lnd cutting pains when I coughed. , on- After going through the usual d or course of medicine to no purpose, 11 in 1885 I commenced taking c Id, Swift's Specific. After using a nd halt dezen bottles it gave me re- 11 ry lief. I improved in flesh and u g. strength, and felt better all over. p is The Specific stopped my consump. a us tion before it was developed, and p sty saved my life. I know my lungs a ms were diseased from childhood,and a a I know S has given me k new re- lease on lIfe. I cannot say too u as emuch in favor of that medicine, i st for. in addition to saving my hlte J I- it was the only thing that gave t t health te my little boy, who from , his seaond to his seventh year was 'e er a pale, sickly child, suffering con- Pi re stantly with his head and stom- . l acb. IHe is now well, fat, and ' growing right along, all from tal a- ingS 8: 8. J. SNDER,i as Beling Green, Ky. af a- Treattsae on Blood and Skin Ds-fe. Spass raedid frce. ho a- The Swift Speclfc Co., Drawer e 3, Atlants, Ga. he a The Loueana State Fair and m g. b An M 81uhxposition wil Preant binni g Tuesday'.the 8th Sof' &tob~er -and ending Mon W d the l4th. i'ast experiepce en-, re abiei manabegmenuttoenlarge Sthe 9C pe.,eul and attr tivensesr ~oi the virloM exhibits of r Iour a trilktral and: otberrodnucts anad creasethe esnitim lists to e re 't e tyu Ba ha t cr or.pa, tatter az4be-tter dattleo of d riid *oger wmik animals rnc g-n allindunetria • u iby Thu~sara tieq when i ~·~~~* ~iM~rns f~ trI 'Isl i f trrhowtj% ~Wi~fe.6VC*At *~ tit, - Arizonsa Dots. ap- Uncle Wash Nichelsen has gone the to Gibbs again on a visit. lilat- Rev. J. H. Jordan, of Arcadia, les was in town a few days ago. He ozen reports the certainty of a railroad are from the Gulf to Arcadia. Work now, in a few days will be begun. cute, This being a certainty, Arizona and may expect to reap the benefit of imal its extension. Mr. Jordan reports and that the survey will run within a ibal- mile of arizona, if not directly the through the town. shoe: Mr. Thomas Brown of Homer Son, has opened a variety store here. ggs, e occupies the office Dr. Means' ted was in. Dr. Means moves his reen' office to the store house formerly raw' kept by Uncle Wash Nicholson. the We learn that another party con templated opening a store here oes but was disappointed. fles, oks 31r. Murphy has completed his rds, job of work on the factory, and a iible very neat- and substantial Job it be is, too; just like all the work the I the old man does. the Hurah for Arizona factory, new ere- store, railroad, etc., etc. stlc Mr. Stuart has ginned his first ,t at bale of cotton. Mr. James Curry nuet oomes in for citre. Mr. Murrell ida. Brown has ginned six biles. We and are glad t see the leecy staple able coming in so, fast. ft insure I to money and thereby revives droop-. and ing spirits. We would much rath er risk a plentiful supply of money than the "Brown-Sequard Elixir of Life," to renovate us. There t is a heap less danger in it, apd in the results much more certain. ' Brother Sheppard held a two ima days' meeting here last Saturday t bad and Sunday which was well at tended. en- Mr. J. Thomason has three very ia e a sick children with continued fever. v eat We trust they may soon recover. v arp We visited Mr. Wesley Beech. P ,ed. er's sugar cane patch the other l nal day and could not help wonder. )se, tig to what perfection ribbon cane ng could be made grow in this parish. ' S'a HBe has near an acre and will sure*-. re- ly make over 300 gallons of syr- y tad up. We didn't think that this a rer. patch of cane could be equaled a PP- anywhere until we saw Mr. Frank b ud Robineen's. His i sutrely as in it 1gs as can be raised in southern La. i ad a great deal of it is at this. time-', ow matured 10 and 12 jolnts, we trust r too the farmers of Claiborne will plant ne more extensively 'of this cane as Ite these small patches demonstrate cl Ye the adaptability of this climate r( m lind soil to its successful- raismg. qi 'as We understand that Mr.. Juhals bi - Pixley hase several acres thatisD mD remarkably fine, t. Mrs Beard, mother of or efi- th cient post-master, has returned after a long visit to other relatiies Snear Arcadia. We welcome her home once more. • er Mrs. 8. A.Boring is on a vieit to her son in Homer. We grieatly. miss this good:old lady from uer d midst. at . at r- Mesrs. Dlotcher and Kimbeli. will soonhnvether briclk kln, in fiul blast. -, " Mr. W. J. Myers.is kept busy si o renorating cotton presses. ,E em s ays he wishes that he had six art Shandl; they coild all liad plenty wa of work to do. He tet't :ear po j aepomodate al who seek his set ri a vises. .. L. In am - Th. Epoch. t . : The transition froma long, Ubgs Slering ;ad painful sickitnes to. *o L' st hilth. mm~arks an e..ch .n ea by the g tod hgiahb tliet . 4 itgrenatully bles . He r l s that so much is s!i ,105. ~ ntAtrat au I~ousg It .e1i~~i(Llld~i&L;lol 4tqer" ~I~uqJv~ Erbbm ~oag~r .hs~ *a~te u 1 ; I· yfit Ohi tie 5ttt*i tsi& t4 per bo.~~:ttiiiii~~~~le ~i J"phF4hoitj . arty p~ :~soI ier SA Strange Will. ra gone Mr. barah Hover Wilboar was one of the wealthiest residents of Orange, N. J., and when she died ea short time ago it was expected that all her wealth would go to Work the Roman Catholic church, of. which she was a devout attend egun. ant. But a month age Mrs. Wil eitof beour learned that she had a grand niece living in Newport. She had thin a never seen the young lady, and did not know of her existence un til this summer, but she altered her will and bequeathed her im Iomer mense estate to this grand niece, bore. Mies Sarah Harvey, under the feane' following conditions: a his She shall attend divine worship merly at a Roman Catholic church at elson. least one Sunday in every month, y con" and annually give $1,000 for the here support of the Catholic convent in her city. If she marries she .d his must prefix her maiden name to and a thatof her husband. She must lob it never becone a member of a Pro *k the testant church. If, when she is 22 years old, , new Mis Harvey is willing to fulfill all the above conditions, she will first come into full possession of all curry the personal, property and real arr estate of the testatrix, which at We that time (the fall of 1892) will g taple aggregate $3,000,000. All this I a property will be hers with the ex 1 roop- ception" of $50,000, which is in rath- trust for the benefit of her female I oa child, in case one be borne to her Cliair and the stipulations Tn regard to Chsre that female child are that she ,d shall be named Sarah HIarvey 1 Wilbour, and. shall be educated Stwo n a Roman Catholic convent. If v iday she shall refuse to comply with I a the requests in regard to the a child, in case one is born to her; he $50,000 must he given to fur- f very nish the library at St. Paul'saUni ever. versity, Orange, N. J. Miss liar- ti er. vey cannot receive one cent of the, pech. principal or interest until her 22d )ther birthday.-[Philadolphia Times.] Ider cane Dr. Davis' Compound Syrup of risr. Wild Cherry and Tar has made a aure. name and record in the past fifty yr- years that is enviable. Thous this ands of people harvlgittied it for aled coughs, eolds, catarrh, asthma, * rank bronchitis end eoolumpthin know h its value, and would not he wltk- I La. out it Why? Because it cares A dime: where other remedies fail. We C0 rust recommend at to children subject lant to roup and whooping-cough. It C os will give .relief and canse slpeedy ;rate acure, The maedical p.rotesionl* Bate recognize it, and physicians tre- N tag. qiently 'prescribe It for lung trou has ble:. These facts have pushed r :Davis' Wild Cherry and Tar to t the front rank; It is the best remedy for coughs, colds, all e throat and lung affections, and no n family should be with,ut it. One ies d4llar bottles hold two and a half ar iimes as much as a 50e bottle. Lt to Their Biluess Bo6oming. ut Probabiy no one thing has caus e4 such a general revivil of trade tc at Joe Shelton's drugstore as their kl giving away to thetr custominers of iso many tree trial bottles of Dr. Kin!g's New DislOvery for con- 1 asy Ipsraptin. The'r itrade is simply ie enormous ln this very valuable six artinla troni the 'fact:. that 'it al- 9 uty ways cures and, neveori disap , ear pointa, Coughs, colds, asthma, ; BtbroI itis coup, and all throat and luing diseases quickly kre& d YOu a" tatt itl beforb'bying-byb gettiittl iral brit@hs ,fCeo, ila-ge sii e $i.- Every bottle warranted,. o o'. The mosti delicate constitution oe iean safely *se Dr. J.R Mcleans en ia' ? WinO Luing Balm. iSL s ada 1q uue remnedy Jforoughs, ba of oie rylp , md--lia threat rad :lung .trohb!oe,at t G 0 . tli; IU A : I health At. I i.... th any. pries th p and you ar flig oat of as hie R.d s o: ee ID-4yvqU,:- !g:risrl%;pieii COOPER NORMAL INSTITUTE -AND IN DUT TRIAL INSTTIXUTI, [Established in 1865.] Daleville, Lauderdale County, Mississippf.-Twemty.Fifth Annual Sesssion Will Comnmouce TUESDAY, SEPT. 3, 1889. The following advantages are offered: 1. A corps of trained and experienc-' 6. Industrial drawing, typo-writing, ed teachers, shorthand, tolegraphy and eloultion free 2. Expensea reduced to minilmum; no 7. Superior accommodations in music "catch penny" extras., d art. 3. ct rior bo" e traccommodation 8. WVork is thorongh in every depart. 3. uerior boarding accommodation ment "Not how muCh, bat how well," is gtthe deotinctive m. 4. Fits yeung men and young women 9 Traine tac ers in th. sorvic and for the real work of life. 9 Traid teachers in the and 5. A county lecatios, removed (fnm art of teaching. .e expense, annoyancestio, distrcion 10. A gradod department for primary the expense, anoyacs, ditratio pupils, in which tuition is free 6 mouths and temptations incident to city life. to resident pu i ree ils. ml If you are seeking a school to patronize or a place to locate to edu cate your'chiklren, write us, or better, come and see us. Send for our new catalogue. Address McBeath Bros. & Ellis, Daleville,Ilss. ror the invent UNPRECEDENTED ATTRAC es she TION! Over a Million Distributed wme to a Pro rs old, flfill 0oisiaa Stat0 lottery of all real COHii y h at Incorporated by the Lotsalataro ) will for educational and charitable this purposes, and its fraachise made a part of the present State onnt'ltation, in. he ex 1879. by an OVERWHELMING POPU is in LAR "OTE. Its ORAND EXTRAORDINARY' emale DRAWINGS take place Msmi-Annually to bet (June and December), and its GRAN O SINGLE NUMBER DRAWINGS take ard to plane on eoaeh of the other ten months S In the year, and are all drawn in pub lie, at the Academy of muale, New Or larey leans, La. IWe do hereby oertify that we super t If rise the arrangements for all the month ith ly and Semi-Annual Drawings of the L98inarn State Lottery Co.,and in per the son manage sad entrel the Drawings D her; themseIves, and that the.same are con dnoted with honesty, fairness and good a fur- faith towards all parties, and we at Uni- thorize the Company to use this cortif late, with the foo-simtlosofour sign;a liar- tare. attaohed, in its advertisumeuts." if the, ir 22 oes.] 'up of a ado a ffty coMnIas8onaU.R bos- - th it for We tkaunderijned Balks and lDink ba ere will pt all Prisze drawn in the oe Leousiana ltate.Lotterie, whiho may know be presentid at oar eoantem. with- I. .I Wabmaley Pres. La N. Bauk. ares P. La x, Pre BState Nat. BIak. A. Baldwlta Ptres. N. 0 Nit lank. We Carl Koeh, 'e. VUnlest.- luek. bject . It GRAND MIONTIX DMBAWI ds -.--WILL TFAr Pl.AtO.- scion ArTa AcADlnnt Op ua, M Stre- New Orleans TUESDAY Oct. 16, 18 9, Lrou CAPITAL PRIZE, - $300,000 shed ar to 100,000 Tickets at Twenty Dollars; best all ve., $10; Q ter , i 00; Tenths, ll $200; Twentieth, t$1 00; dno One LIST OF PRIZES. half 1 Prize of 300,000 is........$300,000 1 Prise of, 100,000 is....... 100,000 I Prlseof 50,0001 Is- 5000e T I Prize of 25,400 i. ........ 5,000 F 2 lPrize of 10,000 are..... 20,000 0a. 5 Prizes of 5,000 are....... 5,000 me 5 Prises 1,000 ar...... 25,000 anu- 100 Prizes of . 00 are..... 000 al 200 Prizes of 3Oaire...... 60,00 S rade 504Prizes if 200 r..:... 00,000 heir iArro Aox Ptss. i ,a of tio Or. 0 Prims aof $500 al ........ 0,000 Psi Dr 100Prse of 300 9ar........1. 0,900 ne on- 100 Prizes of 200 are......... 9P,000 lTanxx Passas. abe99 Prises *f $100 a........ 99,000 , tal- 9P9 riaos ........ 9.900 se sap· , sat ma .th re, AGENTS WANTED EVEfW B E'We .iV' rOR CLUB RATES, or any fur tlerlformastion dedred, write legibly ed. te he oundeigruad, ' ,sleuL stting your stidsnce, with Sttes County, ,o dn ....aud Nni-u. cot rid return mall dali.vet .viltn-SdmrsIbt byou, *' n ueasii u snvelophmearig your fall All ordinary letters oeataftml Pecil lNotec Mtoney Orders ifmed by al E Dy. praS .99'Pagibe a e Yl r E ur A. DAUPHIN, -i JewOrls eat,. Njpx& Bak-. - ayOat .L 15, - !A W. A. JOHNSTON, A TJTCINS, ataro table , part in, ii OPU IARY ANb per the i sn- Witl good a a- SPECTACLES, Etc. ( THE HAMILTON HOUSE, I respeoefully Invite my frtenie and the traveling publie in general to give I a call ac my honer. tk I prbmle good atterition at rese the oenable rais. I MRS. T. P. HAMILTON. :PIOThC! 1011 IlTIS. 0 vtCTAC ,8 100 0 trs ly PH -HIRSCHBERGS ,00 . The well-kinowi Optiean of 107 N. 000 Fourth 1tr,, fnder Platen Henuse] o000 st. LI, oa apited O. 0.Gill1, of.H 000 mer,, t far his eloebrated Dia. 000 ensd jeeisa atd Eyeglasses, and 000 als for hi4 Diamond NeanChangeable 000 Speotaclesn d Eye lasses. These Olas 000 oerare the greatest .vention ever made tit Spectaeles. By a proper sonstrue tion of tbeLens-a person prdhating a 000 pair of this Neb-Changeable. "assee 90 never hs ti change these Glasses from 110 the eaea, anjt every pair purchased are grrauteed so that if they over leave the eys [* I a matter how Mtst or santati.d ile* esuare] stheyrill trs s:. ih the paty with a new par of (ils 0 asesroolozkrge . 0. . "Gill ba aefull asortment pd giritis all who wih.toJ satisfy theumelves of the groat su"Prip. others now is use, to call and eamnine the saeU at . . Gill's, Iotrem, La., West Bide ab lia Saare. £ . PA.bSiom r Meda ihsao aI i tSe V. Csart DSUas J. As s for 47 yea ·;ea muPastoa i. L St ak1ssld bmieo dead bet e meonr Me lene Imry IEfdmb us Tees. saga ka~srL5are, Itz o bsP bua a. j ~E'(I waras writing,) tion fire Sn music depart. -THIE- well," i1 rice and primary iamoutes o cIHOMER RIss. 'ON, & AHIlN Published Every Friday, at HOMER, - LAI S, . OFFICIAL .- JOURNAL SOf C~laiborne Parish :R, ea and o give a rems -4 118. Offers unequalled nducement to Advertisers, as it circulates ar ly throughout this seetion o Louisiana. 07f N. :2 WRITE FOR RATES ~I Dia. i OB PI N I I 1 -. O dsrt- s , nd eble~t " ii) or Glas-'lI~ stee h arel ,·, •1E~ ii Wll omaefaorbyrih t 01s ta f, Ih.t11 iiri B.OE every description ?**J. LIv. Ila. hae is'. loa. ethe ogle. I OUR PRICES Will compare favorably with St. Louis, New Orleans and Shreveport, freight added. I.l· ) .. kn .JOB ~tIE~