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JY + ; 1 c4. (It: $ 6 . t ( $, . r $ i,,ncho. 'aI. i I .50 .00 O(.(, 15.00 S,, .hes.. .00 10 1(K, 15.10 1(;, 25 (i0 q nt insertio. LOCAL ITE M1S. 2iOTICt:' frhe Aomlnu o1 La l is nlow lo''at d up-stairs in the Cliwgman-Glad tey brick buihl4ing;, outh side pub lic sqIlro. l hen in Srteveport take your meahl at Helpman'l. A mitna ri is, e ta to all. notic Nuts f fll kinds at Wa t rd' s. Z gi State Lottery ticket. for LOCt Ward . bee notice of stolen horse in an ethe (r column. l W, Aohpston has the bes; t line of _ an overcoat at McCorkla & e .to ellier for Christmas goods. ' .,AWhits S~wiag Machiue is a very Christmaes ire ant. Nu'Tbe prospects are that ome's. fli do the largest businckes next she has ever don.column. vIUtg for Xms t abet li oWard's. -Oest asitofclothes at MleCorklc & I,. Work boxes, writing desks and phush The prosol kid at W. A. Johnston's. -,adies and fruits at Ward's. c6o oll. W. Collier's for nice haIns. Apples asd oranges at Ward's. toR. W. Collier for your Christmas . Clyde White has an '"ad' 'i issue. If you are in need of ors call on him. yoa want a bargain in Xmas goods on W. A..Johnston. W. Collier has everything you e GUA1rIAN wishes its many rs a merry Christmas and ca y Neow Year. op TtIR, 'or(3, Toyr at Collier's.' yon iunt something real nice in pictures and dolls, go to W. A. ork oa the bank lhas suspend. r a feor. days nntll some of uateoritI can be hai. ).MoCorklh & Bro hIar the fluw st .elothin in Hlomer, and can fit fastidoius dresser. Sex Wefll, of New Orleans, r many years 'a citizen of Sspenout a few days this week sylor has a set of blacksmith he desiros to sell. Call and t a good wagon for a small cash? If so, P. Loewenberg . date you. h Harrison left Monday Orleans, whore she will tmet for her eyesight. -holders, picture books, bums and pocket Bibles fill tat W. A. Johnston's. i, have aeoie rare bar at. at low pricea. or is headquaztero for Bro ,reporter had thehon a delegation of ward taffye citizens this " round and see , to say auytbina'bo oj 'a.wohry and whlph, y that Is any jsdgq4sIahAi b.e plane to bauy j.c4ir1 *town isat FP, ted aib t0Wj Taistid ens. :P IYrb 4s~d, hitt;rit h· - g fai4· ;!..1i of School. 'i 1Th f:ll s se"sion of the school a1t ( :(tilhorlt. Ctol hge closes this even ilni and wil ,re open the ir'st Mo51uly In January, 180. The u services of Prof. Spann have been 0 secured for the next session. The o school has been doing well under ' the management of Mrs. Law ranee and Prof. Spann, and we n. trust our people will give them a . hearl.y support next term. We are informed that very su 4 perior advanta:ges will b!e nifd ed all those who desire to take music, either vocal or instrumuen tal, and that neither pains or means will ie spared to make the school equal to the dematnds of t- the town and community. From the Cradle to the Rocker, NLohiug attracts the attc;:tioia nor ajsticuates the eye of a lady more than elegant and handsome furniture; and it is to them that we desire to say that Messrs W. J. Taylor & Sou have the linest, handsonomest, most complete, antd the best of all, the cheapest stock of furniture in Homer. They have cradles for the babies; they have rockers for or the fair belles; they have elegant bed room sets, and in fict, they have near ly everything in the furaituro lilc, 1- which would require too much space to enumerate. of Mr. W. A. Johnston,the popular jew elor, would remind his customers that he needs monoy hadly in his businoss, and all partios mndoutedi to him will confer a favor which will never be for gotten by calling and settling the salne at the earliest day possible. Don't far 1y get yourjewelor whoa pay-day comes and that time has now arrived. S Frank IHenry says whenever lihe hears of a negro collation he comes to town the next morning ' prepared to take the saddle to go & in persuit of some unfortunate mln.creant, to bring him to tle bar Il ofrjustice, as some one is most '. certain to get killed at these nat urday night coliations. W. A. Johnston's is the place to buy Isoucthirg real nice aad good in silver plate ware, such as knivts, forks and s slpoone. sugar bowls, bautter dishes, spoon hIlters, syrup stands, cake ba.; kets, castors and the prctticst berry dishiles you ever d-iv at bottom prices. General Youmg attended court in Sparta this week. lie says the is lawyers down there are a contrary set, as they seldom get ready to try a case. It may be that they have a " lot of cases which both sides are afraid of. You shourld visit Waltur Ward's establishment before purchasing your Chriamsan and New Year presents. lie has p)resents suitable for both the young and old and at very low plrices. i. Messrs T. J. Fortson and S. A. Dean have returned from a trip to Union anti Natchitoches parishes, where they spent several days in visiting relatives. Mr. Fortson carried his gun and killed a line it buck on the trip. P. Loeweuberg's popular honso Is headquarters for good goods and rare bargains. Give this house a trial and you will save money in the future. lMr. J. B. Madden was inHomcr yesterday and informed us that he had opened his store of General i Merchandise in Arizona. 1 Good morning! liare youn tried R. W. 1 Coller's clothing yet? Trade with himn Sand tl:oa you'll see that wealth lies in eoo00Ilomy. C r -Mr. Unle Hamil who was con-I a filed to his bed for about one i month with slow fever was on the I streets again this week. Nothing is bettar for a IXmas present than a set of Dickens, Byron, or~in fact u any of the standard works. All can be o had of Walter Ward. All parties indebted to Sherard & '] Bonner are requested to call aud settle, e by the first of January, 1890, or else their accounts will be placed iii the hands ef an attorney for collee- b 4en. re *Mr. J. W. Hillman, the popular photographer, leaves Monday fdr Texarkana, where he will spend the Holidays with his family. Do you want a neat, dressy and h nobby suit of olothes at extremely low t1 flgaresf F. N. McCorkle & Bra oan fit ] the most fasetdiouns; dressers and at price. that would astonish you. - · 81 Mrs. Hayle, of Ruston, is taking tc lessons in crayon, under Dr. anid p. Andrews, and is stopping at hb Key House, se ta, scrap books and picture i is u large qusatities and at bot qiP priaes at W.A. Johnston's. 1. The health of the town is good ta o and the doctors have but little th ti.do, however we have had our c ner of sickness during the sum " o.~orf 4 &ro e a4 all cou-pt-tors Craycu Drawing. l )r. and ... F. D. Amtrew-, n art teacher., are in the city, the st guests of the Key lIouse. Til y le have a new and easy method of a Crayon Drawing, by which any one who can learn to write can learn to le draw. The pre:: of Texas, and in r fact every where, speaks in the v- highest terms of their method, and re highly reconmnend.; I)r. and Mlrs. a Andrews to the public. The Cle burne Chronicle says: 6 ' Their method of free laud Crt von Drawing 1 iinleed wvonderfili, yet requires little or no talent to nmke remarkably good crayon picture. 1Under their instructions no in r strument or mechanical devi.ce C is used, tie work being perfectly o' free hand sketching. They taught a select class in this city., and it is due the doctor and his accomplish ed wife to state that they gave to all pr tie most perfect satifaetion. Tile ,n Chronicle cheerfully recontInend, id them to all who, wish to learn the it nice accomplishloelt of Crayon he Drawing."' =d This system is being taught with of the view of making teachers of the es pupil. or ----------- 1- NOTICE. ,r- I have decided to change may businoss e, on the first of January next, and I do dc sire all those( ildeb1ted to me to come forward and settle the s:umoe by or be fore that time. The P]ridgemau Bros. '- will be may successors in the mercautile at business, and I bespeak tor them a lib. ora, orl palronagr, as they are des:ervtlng ill young business mren, and are fully able r- to carry out all of their undertakings. is Respectfully, r- C. O. FPerguSon. MiAR n:RI, At the residence of the te bride's father, B. Ii. Coleman, on a the sth inst., Miss Fidelia Coleman and W. P1'. Watson, of Tulip, Rev. J. W. Medlock otliciating. The young lady is posesseId of splendidl attainments and the groom is one ir of the most promis;iing young far It mers of the parish. We bespeak e for them happiness, prosperity and content. yA kerry Christmas and a Hlappy ,r New Year, d Is the wishes of W. J. Taylor & Son, s, which is extended to all. They have a a large line of toys, China sots for chil y (Iren, picture frames and very hand s. some drossiug cases. They also have the handsomest parlor lamps ever n brought to Homer, which shonld be e seen to be appreciated, Call and see y their oleg:ant stock before purchasing. y it will pay yon. a A thief in some mysterious man ncr worked his way into iWaltcr Ward's store last Monday night s and appropriated a few dollars to r his own use and benefit. It is a thought he concealed himself in the g rear part of the store and was lock ed up without the knowledge of Mr. Ward when he closed the doors. , NOTICE. a I have in my charge anL iron safe made by Mosby Safe and Lock Co. Cincinnati, that cost nmue$40, and I'I 3 sell it for. $150. It weighs 200) pounds and is fire proof, and is as good as now. It h'ta been fu me two years and well SeI oared for. W. A. JolsTroN. o Homer, La. An exchange has solved the vex ed question: ''Is marriage a fail Sure?" It asserts most positively, that marriage isanything else but a failure, and cites in proof thereof, that the law permits a man to use his wife to rob his creditors.-Far merville Gazette. SFireworks at Collier's. We are unable to understand thlio cause of so many Prince Albert Ssuits coming by express to this of fice of late. TWe called on Joe Pal mer for a solution, but he too, I vows ignorance. WIv, A. Johnston has some nice silk umbrellas and walking canes that are nice for Xmas presents. Weare glad to state that Mr. , Tom Knighton has almost recov- e ered. The next Annual Conference will be held at Monroe.' If Homer had t received a few more votes the con ference would have been held here. Go to W. A. Johnston's to buy ,yopr photo albums and cups and saucers. Mr. L. R. Lay returned from Baton Rouge Wednesday, where he has been attending the session of the Annual Conference of this state. He says he had a delightful time. B B B eures poisou of the Blood a·llqd 8kin Diseases, for sale by Joseph Shol- a ton. The New Year approaches. You should secure..space in the Guar DI.N for your advertisements. It is the beet advertising medium in this section. Catarrh originates in .erofnlous taint. Hood's Saraparifla puriies the blood, au4 thus permanently eures catarrh. The weather has been unusual ly warm for the last month. The farmers have not had an oppor taunity ot lilng'tteir hogs ye4 i jfj+)1it ate -M-dtbY y, 4. d~ii4~53'* M The following is the lht o f ap ploint'ents recently ma:dl by tie Mt ethodist (_',n"erence for ti(he i Homer Distr;ct: SHIIomer D)itrict-Presidling elder, e R. Ra:ndle; Homer, J. L. P. Shlep o pard; Ilaynesville, IIiarrv W \V :Mvs: SIiudten, J.. W. 3edlc~k, W. (;. Evans; Gilbbsland, IRobert Parviin; I linggl, C. Ri. Godfrey; Spart:a, I,. A. D.-vis; Saline, Phidip IBut kett; Arcadia, II. O. 'Whi te: Tnlip,-: SumnmerfiCld, '. C. hLr; t Ruston, T.R. I alem: Yu~une, C. F. Staples; -er:o . Gº. F. Green; Indian Villiat, 1. '1'. Reanms: Downsville, IR S. Collier; Farmcrville, W. J. Porter; Gaincs t ille, G. A. Manville, A. M. Wails, supernumerary. The young gentlemen of Homer will give a grand ball Tuesday evening, December 31, 1sJ-. The Sgenttlemen composing the invita e tion committee, are Joe Palmer. u Adolph McCranie, R. L. Richard son. Reception committee--C. E. Poole, O. P. Ogilvie, J. T. Ram Ssoy. Arrangement comnittcee-F. N. MIcCorkle, Mat Meadows, L E. Tigner. Floor rmanagers-Tom H arris, Joe Palmer, Rt. L. Richard ,. son. A string band of music from e Shreveport has been secured, and the event promises to eclipse a!l former entertainments. I)r. G. W. Griffin, presitlent* of the Mt. Lebanon University, preached two able and eloquent sermons at the Baptist chur, h here last Sunday. Dr. Griffln is a deep and .logical thin)ker, a e devout Christian and bon'g liberal a in his views with all other pro testant churches, the people of Homer may congratulate them selves on having secured the services of such a distinguished divine. The press of the South have undertaken the task of bullding'a monument in honor of the beloved President of the Confedeiracy, Je.1 ferson Davis. No cause yet es poused by the press tI more laud. able than this, and we heartily endorse the movement. Any sums hianded in to the GUAinuAN r will be. promptly acknowledged and forwarded to the proper anu Sthorities. Rev. J. L. P. Sheppard has re turned from Conference which re ceutly convened at Baton Rouge. We. are glad to know that he has been assigned to this work for an other year. He is a devout Chris tian as well as a good preacher. Poandgr.. Sullivan wired.: Pat Dnlfey, of New Orleans, a sport and local politician, that he was willing to meet Jackson, the col ored plgilist. From - this and many other displatches the ed ple of this glorious chlmate may again have another "mill." The roads so far have been ntasuallygood, which fact has been a great help to the farmers in bringing their cotton to market. The scarcit4 o[ rain has been the cause of goodl roads. Months of sickness, long doctors bii!, and broken health can all be avoided by taking GCnascarine. We were informed a few days ago that Drs. Day and W. D. Har per would likely move to HIomer next yeai and forin a partnership for the purpose of practicing their profession. Casearine is an exoellent remedy for children: mild in action, pleasant to take;,. . , ": ., From all appearances the parish of Clatborne- uses more" ·~agons and buyti more; fine mjlues }h. any other parish in the state. It your bowls do not act regularly, take.Cascarine and, be relieved., FOR sHLE BLOo," Wakness, Malari IndJgestion, and Billousness, take BROWN'I IRON BaITBRR. Tt cures quickly. For sale bg all deildra in medicine. Get thb genuine. .1 - . SEND US .YOUR JOB PRINTINGI! ;44 lU Don't Wiait t ntil tie! 1lt c i>'; In t . :1 count s wi it1h ile. Cttll tdollo.. ii a e1 how yoult sttit, play what ynu c.an, 1and tell inc what you enn do. Let itus have )- pay up or Let. Yours truly, r W. WA.Doln oN. ' I , .:1, tlo 11y3 clustomners who have ,olii. .leir 11tted knives and forks anuti s ipul-Is iro i; dinurinig tLe( last two years w(hici . !:. h2 n1 it l;i'ov\ted good that ihey : 1 v. tLe s.:-1u baick to I10 by !- t tl .J an rty 1JU30 atlnd will ret[lle the i .t.i with new oies. Resp cc tfully, W. A. JOHNSTON. Do l't Lot. Youtr mon1iey rust in yonur pockets but conICe alung and settle your aecouut with me :,,i let. as reSoice together. Yours truly, r \V. W. Donm.o-. Y --- 4w _---- o Movcs! Stove,;l! I)c:iutn & ("o., at the hardware house lhve a large assortlent of both cookiilg and ht;ating stoves, which they are selliung at low lprices. - The people walnt to get the news, And want it, crisp and neat. 'rho Gc(AIIDIAN fully meets their views, 11 They say it can't be boat. One Fact n Is worth a colnumn of rhetoric, said an American stateyman. It is a fact, es tablished by the tcetimony of thous anud of people, that 1hood's Sarsaparil la does cure scrofuhla, halt rheum, and other diseaaeso or eflfections arising from impure state or low condition of tthe blood. It also overcomes that tired Sfeeling, creates a good appetite, and gives strength to every part of the system. I atulency and wind on the stomach is caused by indigestion. Cascariune is the best remedy. IFood's Sarsaparilla cures tatarrh by e expelling impurity from the blood, 1 which is the cause of the complaint. Give it a trial. . NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, PIANO 10R SALE. A large square Chickering Piano, Isolid rosewood case, with carved logs; full octaved; in perfect order, almost as good as now. Original cost was six V hundred dollars. Will sell cheap for cash or on time. For information in lquire of Mrs. M. M. Anlderson, at the HIotel in Gibslaud, or of W. U. Darl'ey at Homer. J-10 STOLEN, On Wednesday, December 11th, 1889, from the undersigned, one ROAN (HORSE, about 7 years old, 15 hands high; his right oar flops down from being briokei; very long mane. Any information in regard to the horse will he thankfully received. HENRY DELOACH, Shongaloo, La. ATTENTION! I have recently established a Green House in Ilomer, on College street, and in prepared to sell eut-flower and thoice Hot-Hosso plants at any season of the year. I have over 300 specimen plants that I would like to have all call and see, among which are quite a variety of Fish and Fancy Leaved Go raniums, Bonvardias, Fuchsiase, Hello tropos, and about 18 varieties of Boego niasne, and a great many other rare plants; also a large lot of ever-bloom ing roses, including "Marchal Niel," "Cloth of Gold," "The Bride," Sunset, Mialmaison, etc. Address all orders to CLYDE WHITE, Homer, La. Box 1.37. SCiHOL ANNOiUNCEIENT. The exercisos of Hlonor School at Claiborne College, will close Friday, the 20th inst., and sams will be resum ed the first Monday in January, 1890. Students will be charged from day of eutrance till close of session. Terns iti Literary Department from $2 to.$! per ,monthnccording to advancemeit. Music per nonithl, $5 00 Elocution, " 1 00 BOOK-KEE1PING EXTRA. Board in Boarding Hall, $1000 Inciden~al fee per session, 1 00 Patrons are hereby notified that all existing contracts and agreements, made duhing M. Martinu' connection with the school, will expire on the 20ti of December, 1889. ' k'llberal patronage is solicited by the Associate Principles. Mas. H. C. LJiwan cicg, S. D. SPANN. MEET.ING OF STOCKIHlLDERS. ffice of the Len-siaua,1forth anu ;South Ralroead Comppny. 'Notice is hereby given that a general meetingl of the Stockholders of the Louiiana North and South Railroad Comlpany will be held at the domicile ofsthe company, on Wednesdsty, 'anal ry 15, 190,' between the houri of 12 o'clock noon and 9 o'olock in the even ing otthat day, for the purpose of do termining.w:hether ornot the companiy shall sell and convey the property of jail railroad, consisting of road bed, . anchises, right of way and all the oth er property of the company, real and personal; and also in case the bald stockholders shall anthodze a sale and conveyance of the same, to determine *lvlether said corporation shall be dls slecd and to elect commissioners to ( effect stoh dissolution. Said meeting will also consider and determine any andalll matters in any manner connect. ed with the general lpurapose for which it is called or incident thereto. By order of the Board of Directors, Dec. 2, 1889. DAVID A. BOODY, Prosident* WIG. DARLEY, i : Assistant Secretary. a NOTICE! I All parties indebted to the estate of Joe 8helton, are hereby uotifted to - come fbrward and settle the same with ,W. HtJT .t$" ; 5 1 5 S :l r.'::;c : t i.a , ti.: ls ;1:I,,ist Dr. .ia,--I REAlD l'!i;S, Afteor this \etk I will suslpend the hbeef 1)1 in.tlCS; tuttil spri'.l', but 1 will e devote, 'ly atttitl ole g t collecting the s money for the lieeflI ha:vo sold. I have o wociled hardl d ty andl ight and need t. he, minuuy that is due ml; and 11 hope my frieil:s will come firwad and pay I ume promptly, without waitilng to be dunned anlt wit,hont gr nbhliug. Respectfu lly, T. D. KI\P:R. SUCCESSION SALE. t Succession of J. M. Joiner, Deceased In Third District Court. BY virtue of a commission issued to me by the Clerk of the District Court, 1 will sell to the last and high eet bidder, on TUESDAY, the 14.th day of January, 1890, at the late residence '0 of J. . Joinr, tiltbated about two mg iles from Tulip, the following describ e ed tract of land with all improvenoeuts to-wit: The NI of I of SE} sec. 10; NWV} of SW\V and S of SW+ of SW+ see, 11, and that lpart of NW\V of NWj see. 14, and SE1 of SE} see. 10, and N of Si sec. 10, lying north of the s, Athens and Trenton road, being the land purchalsed by J. M. Joiner from P. Marsalis on the 12th day December, 185, and known as the homne place of the deceased, containinig 150 acres more Sor less. Also two mules, a lot of corn Sand fodder and a hulge 'lor of peorsonail property, hoitsehold and kitchen furnt ture. Terms of sale cash with beo.lit Sof tappraismeut to pay debls. ( M. R. JOINER, Administratix. Jan-15 d Succession Sale. SUCCESSIO.N OF R. K. WIIITIt, DECEPASED. B'Y virhto of a commission, issuod ill h the above named succession by the Clerk of the. Th.rd District Court, in and for Chiiborne parish, Louisiana, and to tme directed, I will sell at ptb lie out-cry to the last and highest bid der at LISBON on SATURDAY, the 14th day of D1EICEMBER, A. D., lI.I), within the legal hourm of sale, all the . personal property bolonging to the above named succession, except a few articles of house hold antd kitchen fur nitnre. The plroperty to be sold con sists of mules, horses, con e. hogs, wag on, hack, a lot of farming i:nlleicntIs, - Cotton,corn, &e. . TERMS OF SALE. All articles that bring ($25.00) twenty-tive dollars or , less to be sotld for cash, and( all articles ; that bring more than tweUnty-five ($2.5.) t dollars to be sold on twhe,lro months c credit, the purchaser to give his note r with approved persotal security, hear ing 8 per celnt per annum interest from o day of sale. Z. T. WHITE, 0 Administrator. November 20, 189. Callio E. heath vs. G. L. Ifeath-In Third l)istrict Court of Claiborne parish, Louisiaua.-No 1177. s -Y reason of the law and the evidence . in this case being in favor of Plain tiff and agaihst Defendaun, it is order ed, adjutdged and decreed that Plainu Stiff wife do have and recover judgment against Defendant husbatid in the full sum of live hunidred and lifty-two dol. lars and fifty cents, with 5 per cent in terest from judicial doutand. That lthere be 'a jndgmncnt of separation of property between Platutiff atnd Defend ant aed that Plaintiff be authorized to administer her atfhirs as a feme solo. Thus done, read and signed in open court on this, the 15th day of Novem bcr, 1889. ALLEN BARKSDALE, Judge 3rd Dist. of Louisiana. A true copy, November 20, 1889.., DREW FERGUSON, S Clerk Dist. Court. Money To Loan Any person wishicg to bori row money on real estate secu rity, for aterm of five or ten years at a reasonable rate ot interest can procure same by applying at my office, J. W. I-IOLBERT". MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. TULANE UNIVERSITY. S OF OtTISIANA. [Formerly, 1847,-1884, the Univeresity of Louisiana.] Its advantages for practical instruc tion, and especially in the diseases of the South-ivest, are unequalod, as the Ilaw secures it superabundant materials from the great Charity Hospital with its 700 beds and 20,000 patienta annual Ily.' Students have no Imospital fees to pay and special itstruetrion is daily given1 at the bedside of the rick, as in no other institution. For catalogues or lufoi'mation, address 1 Prof. 8. E. OHAILLE, Di. P. Dean, I p. O. ,rawer 261, Now Orlears, La. S ,, , ., . Jmly,12-3m J. H, TAYLOR, '4HAYNESVILLE, LA., : . - ..-)DEALER IN(- Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Crockery And Boots, Shoes, Hats, a Caps and ready made a CLOTHING Also a full and complete line of DRUGS. Parties wishing to purchase any ' article to be found In a Genorali Store will do well to get my p1)rices Imfore purchasing. I will sell as cheap as the cheapest, as my goods are punrlased d very low. 3-2-9. L aine's Celery Compound, a line nerve tonic and regulator for the kid-. nqLiver and Bowels For sale by 1RAIN AND HAY Alo. choippId Corn, ye, Il.r 11 Icy and Millet Seed, anlthe lin e1t food in the oirld for m ilt II cows, which we mian facture on' ounr mills. Try Mixed Groun,d Food and be uvinicedol the o truth of oul assertion. OGILVIE & THURMON~DI Grain and Hay Dealers, SIIREVEPOIRT, LA. S PA RTITION SALE. State of Louisiana, parish of Ciaiborne.' E. N. Miller se. C. it. Miller, at al, D. C. Claiborno Par, La., No, 1198 e Y1OTICE is hereby given that I will o I sell on MONDAY, DECEMBER 30, t. 16?9, at the late residence of Frederick a Miller, deceased, in said parish, to the last and highest bidder, all the proper j ty belonging to the estato and succes a leon of Frederick Miller, deceased, con silting of household and kitchen furni o tore, mules, horses, hogs, cows, corn, Sfodlder, cotton seed, wagons, harness, farming implements, &e, &e; and the , tollowing descrilied land, situated in f said parish to-wit: SW} see 14, and E+ o of SE} and SE1 of NE& see 15, and the. n NW\V of SEj and E4 of SW} and SE¼ of it NWW and WI of W4 of see 15.leass W i- of SW} of SW, and the N# of NW* and the SWj of NW} of sec 22, all in town shijp 20, north of range 8 west, 700 acres morn or less, with all the i'mp'rove~ents c. thereon. Terms of sale cash teffoct a` partition between the heits, as set forth - in the judgment in theabove entitled case. J. Hl. KIRKPATRICK, Nov. 28, 1889. Sheriff. TuIane University of La n WK. PRESTON JOHNSTON, LL. D.q n T.%"IDSINET. .The next Annual 80sesRo of Iigh' School, College, and of the I. Sop lid e Newcomb Memorial College for young women, will begin Tuesday; etb tocr 1. e Eutrace examination ou Monday, Sop. ° tember 30th. l igh School Course 3 years. College Conrse 4 years. All departments sup plied with laboratories and other aids to practical ihstructien. The Manual ST'raining department is well equipped wit li apparpatus ter wood working, blaek t siithing, forg;ing' brazlug and solder inrg and machine consfruction. Paralll liColleg< Courses lead to the degree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor Y of S( ance" There is a practical ceurse in 1t ectrical Engineering and a com pl e plaut of the Edison System for in 1 noti oin. The IT. Sophie Newcomb Memeriai College for young women offers a full course in science and letters. Special courses in Art and Literature: There is an Academical Departnienq which prepares students for the Cot ° logo. College course, $100 per annum: Preparatory course of two years, $80 per annum. The Law Department opens Novem-. her 18th, H. C. Miller, Dean Medical Depastnmnt, opens October 21st, Stan ford E. Chaillo M. D., Dean t For general batalognes, address Wmin 1 O. Rogers, Secretary of the Tulane Unit versity, New Orleans, La;. 30 6-ml; JOHN W. TABEl, i Dealer in all kinds of MARBLE SHREVEPORliT,..... ...LOUISIAh. -ALSO Champion Wrought iron Foencs which require so brick or stOMei fiidatiaia and all kinds of Ornameal Iron Wore for bnildins such as Columns, Voerandal, Crestings, Fin ials W'eathorVanes. American and Italian DESIGNS FURNISHED ON APPLICi TION. We guarantee to sell marble eheapes than 4ny other firm. Set err prices be: fore buying. Ordeirs by pidiipfemptly attended to. 1J. W. DOWNS, AahMagex, Shrevepbtt, La "The flowers that bloom in the 8prthing time, tra Is," "Found iifi sick il t!, bed lth ehl ilhs pooh bah," "But Cheathan'ai Chill Teoni get hin up 6n hs feetlets/" "And he now daily singsl, while walk: Sing the streeleste" "It undoubtedly tured his shakes; ha, ha!" Reed's Chill Cure i seknowiedged theo "Success of the Age" by all whd have tested its great merits by uasing it. -For sale by J. Taylor Of Haynes: ville, La. "C. C. (0i. Certain Chill Care," thi most pleasant to take of all fever anad Agnue Remedies. Warranted toi 6trd Chills anud Fever, BoldbyJosWph Shbel toh. "Love thy neighbor." Yeoa a nerv: er do this if you allow your nelghbor td suffer with Itoh, Totter, Ringworm, etoe without advising him to me Huat'# Cure. Cure guirinteed. For sale tby J.3. Tayld, Itafaesvtilld La., and Wm. Sellers, Summerfeld, L8. We Ask that yon give Reed's Chill dute a trial and if you do not find it the best reme dy on the market for chills, fevers and anue don't use it. If your appetite is gone nothing will restore it more quickly than C. C. C.i Certain Chill Cure, the great Tonio apd guaranteed cure for Chills and Fe ver. Sold by Joe S8helton. Try BLACK*DRAUGHT tea for Coli. stipation. If your life is made a torture by ms digestion and headache, take eCascarina and be cured. Regulato the liver by Ouag thab leasant but ars rem.edy, ,Casarlae. pi !i~Cg5~rA teas or Djupaeb - .7,-