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VOL. . HOER, LA,, FRIIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1890, ~ W B AY LOR N V AT COST FOR CASH 1 ,C t ,- . . .,.. "K " te NEXT THIRTY DAYS. ý-" K30 ý I /. E ARE BOUNI) to iaisc money and in order to(oso wehave ldecidCl to isll fber1 "oW '-7 " V Vithe NEXT TIIIRjTY DAYS our large stock of Gecneral 3[erchandise at ()OST1 ' .. for C. . Our stock conprises Grocries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, Furniture, Boots, Shoes, Iats, "I ..o.. Gol..., land, in fact, everything to be found in a first-class General Merchandise Store. G crnts' Furn's.ing G co:lý, ". N -:': ..-...-.:.................................................................................W . J . T AL O & 8 N Staple and Fancy Groceries! CLOT'IING AND I)RY GOODS, LADIES' DRESS GOOD)S, i i. C.IOII ! GENTS' FURNISIIING GOODS, CARPETS AND RUGS. Goods delivered to any part of Hom er Free of Charge. ; A. D. GLADNEY,i1 PHYSICIAN &SURGEON, . South Side cf the Public Square, HOMER, - - - LOUISIANA. Pure a:nd Fresh D ugs, Chemlcninal, Paints. Oil, Patent Meticines, Pcrfumery, To'let ArticIls, and the Finest Brands ot Whis- ° keys anmd Wines constntly kept on hand. SS T .2. T 2 O L E 2 ! " I desire to say to the people of Homer that I will have shortly a complete line of Stationery and will at all times keep Smy stock supplied with the best goods and the latest styles and lads of tle markets. I respectfully solicit your patronage. ti SA. D. GLADNEY, I 8ne he proposes to sell as cheap as tax tl cheapest. Call and see him. Goods delivered FREE of ton to2 L oft t . .. I L Act IIJAU to ' ---- ....," V,--7- . ...... , ... . ... ...i . ... " ...... " ". " ... " "". ,.. - - - - ',"or ..~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~o a.:- -'' ":;:',.:. .... , ".A N~O ST'TE SALES -01' IIIOVABLE PR OPERTly, Ad(jud icated ftor Taxes of 1SSO and Subsequent YeaIrs, Under Act SO of 1SSS. Parish of CI Igorn(, Third J3 licial District, State of Lo1isiana. BY VIRTUE of the anthority vested 1 in ii1 by the Constitution 11nd Laws of thle St:ite of LouistIna, :lland esp'I.ci('ll by virtue of Act No. 1i0 of the (lelralI Assemnbly of hisi State, approved July 12th, 1, , I will sell at the principal front door of the Court house, in this Parimh, in titn City of Ilhmer, State of Lo1uistana, bugimning at elevc. o'clock a. in., on Wetldnesday, larch l5th, 1890, f Sand C'ntinuiTon each sCCeediinlg day n itil said siles arc coinplceud, the hcre in de(cribcdl in1 iovauhi property hidl in- o'd amld 8dl icated to the State tir taxes tir the year 1810. id subh.e i la 3'ear':, als shown yl- the records Sinl the eolvteyaIance llihcl 1: the li Paris I. of CIlnhIornie and the olthce of timhe Audi- I tor at litoln iunlge, whiich lads and I lits of ,c u1n | tgctlher withl nilItt plowVlietls thereon liavlt not leen (is-, p'sit' of Ihv the State ritet lint rel(fleiii l within the time ooew-ibed rle-it I. (O said day o'f csih I will sell said I j P \.tno'hldi. prop."rty to the Iast acnd highi4l1.st hiddrci, vwithout thle Ilualit, of alIppiaisenltut, alld \vithont any right Il ol'relh, nlptiol, fr en:l ii oln the spor , ini t legal teindetr Inonley of the I'nit ted States, llrovidehd that no( hid will le ii(_cmptled or s4lh iiaule lir a les aiinm i thaii thI tottl iiolniit t fori which itho C piroleirty WilS aldjudicated to the Stlate, ACS, toge tlier with 20 per cent the reoi n(1 y till costs of tlhis sale. The price bid ailid paid for awd pl'Ollerty ilall be ill full iiandl final plyiinlilt oft all StLate taxes(l, together w\itli all cost thllrconi dh ii alnd exigible at the tinio the pro perty aits ildjlUt'ictced to tlh State, cand T the ipnrclscr shall take said property LVe sulhject to all snbsequent taxes, State ~ ant ilcinu icipal. r The nl11 mes of the parties in whose N d nuiti thie property was iju lllndltcated to the State, and the year for which eich piece of proplerty was so adjlldict d, p1 a' d the arnonnt of the adjIidicatioil for taxles miC 0 therleoll, and i codondsed de scriptioii of tle said itnmovable pro- a perty, lre ins tfollows, to-wit: MI G Aiiios in thie namlite of ( Amos, for thoe yeaur 1883, w) of nte sec. 5, town ship 21, ranlge 8 west-taxes and cost Bi $(; 41. W W Anderson, set of sw} sec. 1, alid lnei of sei sec. 1, township 22, range 4 west-taxes and cost $5 56i. J W Cornuder, set of sw} ind ni of Sc sw} sec. 2, towniship 21, range 4 west-- h taxes cmnlmi cost $7 80. D A Furley, i of so} see. 2, town- C shiip 21 Ilorth, ralnge 4 w est-taxes liand cost $4 (i0. Mike Graham, w¢ of sw¼ aec. 28 fro towuship 19, range - ,-taxes aid lne cost $5 72. Mrs L Lewis, w½ of sw see. 23, town- sic ship 20, ':ilige 6 west--taxes aud cost $7 I(i. Miss Marian Ragland, n½ of sof and fro iic ocf sw) and S1l of set of sw- sec. 2(i, S2( township 23 north, range 4 west- taxes andl cost $7 84. W J Smith, nw ofs+ sesec. 35, own- ron ship 19, range 7 west-taxes and cost $6 80. Unknown Owner, ni of sw¼ and w. ,] of se and u$ ofsw¼ sec. 18, township f 21, rangie 8 test-taxes and cost 6ti 84. JoBhn White, l1ind kiiown as the Wil- to son plice~, walrd 6 fi,townshipi 20, range 5--ltaxes ind cost $27 60, J T Wade, ne¼ of swt and sef of nw* frol tild an w ofal'¼ lind n1, of swl sec. 13, and sc of swi and sw+ bf se+ of sec. 11, to township 21, range 4-taxes and cost J 8 7t;. Land sold lay J. II. M. Tayvlor, sheriff Fal of the pariah of Claiborne. Le., uider P eAct 98 of 1886, Alpril 16th, 187. Marshall & Stius, naw of set and sw of set s'c. 5, township 3, railgeo 8 west frol -tilaxs antd cot $61 07. J. H. KIRKPATRICK, bon * Sheriff and ex-Offticio Collectoqr. , Glaiborno parish, La. The foregoing is a true and correct ' copy ot the recolrds ofthis oiie she w- Vill ug properties in Clalborue parish, ad- , fkdi ated to the State for the uhlpaid taxes of 1880 .and aleeqient yeari, tror and Ioti udeeujm l withbi thilltm c fmt by gJw t , e IsNhie S.Sot fP8a. met 'S Police Jury Proceedings. The police j.urv of CIli'l)orne parish met MIon'iay, Feb. 3rd, 1890. Present, T. A. Watson, presi 1 dent,'ward 6; J. W. O'Blnnon, ward 1; B. R. Neal. ward 2; R. A. Winn, ward 3; T'1'. T. Lowe, ward S 4; R. B]. ridges, ward 5; J. M. t McKenzie, war:d 7; J. A. Aycock, warld 8. Board e:,iled to order. On motion, Messrs. Neal, Ay cock anti R. J. Bridges were ap licial pointed a committee on poor farm. Be it enacted by the nolice jury of Cliniborne, that W. K-. Ledhet stedl ter he and is hereby required to 81(d remove the olbst.ractiens placed 1bh hi in on the D'Arhonne road in tat,', front of the d(welling house of 11 at Mein ill Brown, on said road. at orh't- his own expense. ty of Ning On motion, the president of the police jury was authorized to pro 99O, cure a full set of weights and nas measures of 'good quality for the l1ic- use ot the Inspector of weights a for and measures for the parish. WThereas, an election was holden h in war'd 3 of the parish of ('lam di- horneu, on the I4th day of Jannary, and 1890, at which election a majnr ity (of the votes cast was ':gainst d the sale of lspirit uois or intaxicat in'M lilqutrts in said ward during sa the rear 1800. .i of Thereforie, be it enact.ed by the ight police jdry of Claiborne iarish, I t.hat the sheriff of said parish bhe ilt'l and he is herehy required to with m holdi license for tIhe sale of intoxi d thc Cating liquors in ward 3 of said late, parish for the year 1890. t Signed- T. A. Watson, S Attest: 1esiddnt P. J. iate .J. R. Ramsey, Clerk P. J. 'eCo When the boarrd adjouisned till and Tuesday mnorning 9 o'clock. erty - tote Board met Tuesday morning. Mose Members all present. Minutes of r ch onday's meeting read and p t.i, proved, I for On motion, it was ordered that de pro- an overseer hie appointed on the v Minden and Atlanta road fiom J. S for MI . MicKenzie's to the Nathan :oet Brown place. rf itid ROAD OVERSEERS WARD 1. 11 :4 R T Allgooct, on the Homer and of ScottsviHe road, from the IIn' a *t- hog-pen to the branch west of S f' un- C Kennedy's. 11(1 M A Barrow, on the same road, 2S from the branch west of S C Ken. ' c'd nedy's to the north end of the i' sn- slough bridge in Cornie bottom. 2 O A J Ward, on the same road, 4flrom the sloughil bridge to the i Zti, State Line. l T J (1ray, on the Brownlng n- road, from the Calaway place to an Sthe X roads near T J'Gr'ay's. vil • J L Sayers, on the same road, Sfrom the X roads near T' J Graly's Io il- to the middle of Cornie bridge. Mi S T A Smith, on the same road, Sfirom the midldle of Colnic bridge f'o Sto the State Line. ro: at JL Bass, on the Colquiit and in Farmerville road, from the Raley At "r place to the Parish Line, Go S Sam Allgood, on the same r'oad, s friom the Raley place to the Lis- fro bon and Scottsville road. ro1 Wille Led!cithr, on the same ill t oad, firotfthELlebnfsbonand Scotts r ville roo4be Range Line. tro -W S~ rs l gp-O the same road, toa Sfrom the Rtni~g Line to the Ho-i Hn mer and Seottseille road. 1 ..Utdson ...lo,.,a, ote se E Rh 1·.4 ville road( to the Ward Line be )O'l tween 1 and ". oIrd. "" J II Taylor, on the Smlflmncerfield presi anad Eldorado roa(i, tinmmerlield nnon, anti Scottsville load, to the mid= 1. A. dic of Now ('ornie bridge. ward George Glover, on the same J. M road, from the mithile or New Cort cock, ic brige to to the State Line. John Stevenson, on the Colquitt anti Farmervilie road, from B T IL(ll)etter's llace to S W Thomp Ar- son'S. 'e p- J L Gray, on the same road, from poor B ' Ledbetter's to the ward line t between 1 and 2. dcet- C F IHightower, on the Lisbon I e(l to and Scottsville road, from the t ed by middle of Milddle Fork bIridge to ¬ it in the Homer and Scottsville road. a ?e of A L Ponder, on the Scottsville c and Spe:irsv'lle road, from Scotts f the ville road to the Parish Line. C pro- James Fuler, on the Browning and and Eldorahdo road, from Cornic e r the hridge to the state line. (1 ights (' D Skenner, on the B T Kim- o bell road, from the Lisbon ind I; >lden Scottsville . road to the Parishi t 1' - Line. a inr', 1P F Gulley, on the Farmerville I i and State Line road, from the I icat- \ells pilce to the new road from I tiing Snui merficld to Eldorada. SM RI Cupp, on the same road d( ,the from Summerfield and Eldorado I rIs road , to John Cupps'. ýitl Simon Evans on the same road toxi- from John Cupps' to the 34, mile said post. U GW ' Brown on the same road from the 34 mile post to the State ' Line. I till FE Stanley, on the Scottsville and Three Creek road, from the Neyland place to tile State tine. ing. Bob Malone, on the Elilorado s of road, from R J Ilartplate to the p I State Line. of iROAD OVERSEERS WARD 2. that George Green, on the Haynes the yille and Atlanta road, from the to n J. State Line to W P I,ongino's Gin. han Gus Longino, on the same road, I1 from WV. P Longino's Gin to au lIaynesyille. f .nd S B Langford, on the Homer of lay and IIlrnesville road, via Onkes' f S from John Sales' to the Minden CO and Atlanta road. ad, F. M. Calender, on tile same an en. road from the Minden and Atlanta M the road to the ward line between 2 amnd 7. fro ad, John McElwee, on the HIyvnes- wa vhe yille and Arizona road, from IW. M. Jarrell's to Mt Zion. E ng Tom Sale, on tile I-Haynesville fro to and Gordon road, from Iaynes. Ta vulle to Win Fambro's. I ad, George Reeder, on the samne frol v's road from Wm Fambro's, to the bet Minden and Atlanta road. J id, J C Meadors, on tile same road anc ge from the Minden and Atlanta linE road, to Goradon. Fo l H C Bailey, on thle Minden and J ey Atlalta road, to the State Line to vil Gordon and BIaynesville road. the PO, Watters, on the same road I C is from the HIaynesville and Gordon and road, to tile Homer and HIaynes. line no iill road, via Oakes. C s- Joihn Oakes, on the same road Mm from the Homer and HaynesviHe the i, road, via Oakes' to thie Homer and I .o- Haynesville road, via McKenzie's. Ai W J Lewis, on the Homer and the ne Eldoracido riad, vaUmordou, from ia 4'J" ·:·-·:. ..~.-, ootts- Gordon to the State Line. ic be- W 1'T Gbson, on thsmesame rnad. frlo:l Gordon, to the slough bridge ielc in ?1iddle Fork lottotm. rlield Philiip cLmelud, on the same mid- road, from south slough brIdge in Mudlle Fork bottom, to Ti'ger satme Creek. Comr Dick lll, on the same road, from Tiger Creek, to the ward quitt !inQ between 2 and 7. B T On notion J. 1I. Mekeni.me was omp- autholize(l to chi:nge the he lomier and II:nesvill ns road, from the from slough ridlge in I)'Arbonne hot line tom, on the line between his and I Nelson Tiniis' and intersect said(1 sbon Homer and Ilnvnes ille road at 1 the the branch north of the Luke Fer e to guson place, at his own expense1 d. and by putting tile same in good ville condition. otts- Whereas, Dick Bell having fail ed on his part to comply with the contract entered between the po uing lice jury and himself in relation to )rfli a change in the homer and Gor don road and forleiting the same la- on his part, Be it therefore enacted by the rnd police jury of Claiborne parish, fish that the old road thius changed Ie I and the same is hereby declared e fille to be the public road, and that I Ssaidl I)iek Bell be and he is here* the I b required to remove all olstruc irom tions trom said old road; in (Ide lanlt of doing so the some will be road I dlone at his expense. raado Signed-- T.A. Watson, t Attest: President 'P. J. I J. R. Ramsey, Clerk P. J. I 'oad When on motion the hoard ad- I' mile journed until Wednesday morn- s ing, 9 o'clock. 1 oad - tate Board mfl t Wednesday morning, I1 9 o'clock. Members all present. e lle Minutes of Tuesday's meeting I read and approved. IC. 'ado On motion ten dollars per month thewas ap)rpoporated for the support al of Mrs. Wallms, to be drawn Imonthly on the warrant of A J 1 Ward, until she can be removed b the to the poor house. in. On motion the overseer on the Lisbon and Scottsville road was to authorized to change. the same t1 from the 17 mile post to this foot gi uer of the hill north of MI .s. Traylor's. es' ROAD OTvrSEERS WARI) 3. of en continued H J F McFerson, on the Gordon cc me and Colquitt road, from Gordon to rta Mins. Wmlsout's place. an S Will Painter, on the same road, from Mrs. Wilson's place to the s. I wardline berween 1 and 2. Sk , J E Gray,,on the Homer and 25 Eldorado rdad, via Ilighltowers' le fi'om the Wilson place, to Dr. s. Taylor's. Hugh Taylor, on the same road, 014 ne from I)r. Ta: lors' to tihe ward line le bctween 2 anrd 7. cis John Meauors, on the Colquitt all d and Homer 14ad, from the ward a line between!2 and 7 to Middle Fork bridge.! p"i d J G Rasbem'ry, on the F rmner-. to viile road, from the Tigner lane to the wardm lin between 1 and 2. G. d Crawfolbrd cGreer, on the C(olquitt Sand Lisbon I ad, flrom the State a- line toColquilt. tIe Oscar Sims, on the Gordon and me d Magnolia road, from Gordon to ign eI the State Line. wim d D B Owens, on time Colquitt and flc( s. Arizona roam, from Colq~ritt, to im the south en l of theslough bridge cu m in Middle F k B')ttlom. imn Ilillie lMnk, on the same road, and. fIro the slough bridge in l1iddlle ig. Iorlk hotltom to t the Ward Line between 2 and 7. me Tom l'inilecV, on the lfoner in a'id larnesville road, from the. ger 1a'rd Line betweon 2 ' and 3 to te Ward Li ne between and 7. d, )n motion, G W Tavhlo w:as re ird qui ed to build a bridge on the (e ('reek in the (sec Inne, and Vas warn and work aol hands suºlect ner to ran duty within two miles of he sid bri dge to build the same and overseers of other roads sh):dlI give nd the hands thus worked credit, for id(l the numbr of (ldas worked in at i building said bridge. tr- I O 1W Moss, on the I(omer and Ise llaynesvilhe road, from ilaynes od rille to thLl War, I line between 2 :111(nd 3. il. J C Taylor, on the Military road, lhe from IIaynesviile to Bond's store. S ((Jontinned on page 2.) to . - A Scrap of Paper Saved lier nie Iile. he It was just an ordinary scrap eii, of wraping 'paper, but It saved he her life. She was in the last (1 stages of consumption, I.old by at physicians that she was incurable ae- "aild could live only a short time; Ic* she weighed less than seventy Ic- pounds. On a piece of wrapping be paper she read of l)r. King's New I)iscovery, and got, a sample bot tie; it helped her, she bought a 1. large bottle, it helped her more. bought another and grew better (t" fast, continued its use and is now n- strong, healthy, rosy, plump, weighing 140 pounds. For fuller particulars send stamp to W. H. Cole. I)ruggist, Fort Smith. Trial B, ottles of this wonderful Discnv t. cry Fr ee at Dr. Willis & Co's. ig ])rugstore. Information got by galloping 'l through a multitude of books is rL about as nourishing as the mus t.ard scraped off a sandwich. It may make your tongue "smart.," but it won't make you strong. Saved From Consumption. s Several physicians predieted e that Mr. Asa B. Itowley, Drug. t, gist, of an aggravated case of Catarrh. Customers finally in duced him to try C'larke's Extra.tct of Flax (Papillion( Catarrh Cure. lie says: "The result was unpre i cedented. I commenced to get well after the first application and am now, after a few weeks, entire. ly cured." It will do the same for you. Price $1.00. Try Clarke's Flax Soap for the Skin and you will use no other. 25 cents. All of Clarke's Flax rImedlnlies are for sale 1)y J. C. Willis & Co., Everiy action, every Ihonhlit, everiy fel;ing contrihuites to the eldneation of tl:e temper, the hab. its andi undert:ntding and exer. cises an inevitable influence upon ,all the acts of our future lilfe. Sick headache is the hane of' many lives. This annoying com plaint may be ciinred and prevent ed by the oe'-a.,ional use oh l)r. J. II. Mlee:in's Liver and Kidtlney Pillets (littlc pyls). Sold by G. G. Gill. Be not too rca(ly to question the virtue or veracity of a state ment for fear of exposing your ignorance of (Cen a subject wi h which you sulppose youisell weti aeqtuai:ited.--A. P. Reed. ----~------ - "HIuntl's .' reF" gnaranteeol to cure itch, ringworm. Letter, etze ma antd a11 Iorms of skin diseases.