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.iIncoh.. $1.50 $3.00 $4.00 $6.00 $10.00
Sinches.. 2.50 4.50 6.00 10.00 15.00
'.4 inebe8.. 6.00 8.00 10.00 15.00 20.00
6 inche.. 8.00 12.00 15.00 o20.00 2500
'8 Inches.. 10.00 15.00 20.00 30.00 35.00
column. 15.00 25.00 30.00 40.00 60.00
1 eolnn .00 35A0 45.00 60.00100.00
Local noticee 10c a line, Transient
Advertisements, $1.00 per square for
irst insertion and 75e for each subse
Obituaries, except the simple notice,
ebarged for at regular rates.
We have appointed the following
postmasters and gentlemen as agents
0for t re GUADIAN, and their receipts
will be recognized by us:
W. . Garland........Dykesville, La
T. U. Norton...---.....Dkeeville, La
B. F. Heard.... .. .Arizona, La
'Win. . Uaxey......Holly Springs, La
'. W. Dance..........Athens, La.
Walton Wilson........--Aycock, La
Wo want . reliablo agent in every 1
town and neighborhood in the parish. e
Rea d the gr drawing offer of
Mr. H. C.
Fresh ice cream'a . di
The heavy rains of'lGst Satlrday ai
d Su.nday, we learn darnaged the I
ops considerably. tl
or sale at Wa h
Many unprovements are b
de in and aroun the Lo
orth-west railroad pot.
Try Ward's eam,
't come, sen for . .
t yo cotton 1
he catalogues for e
on will be read fo
the latter part n
hoes shined by
ry Ward's Fr -miz, a delicious toi
-alcoholic n e talo . ter
ndge 3. A. itic rdso as had
law oLce refit ,and new has an
e of the neatest oflices in the
.Try Wmd's ee am setda. art
Miring these hot E eronths .a
A should get a Lath ticket from O1
nk" Gili, which (ntitles you to 8 a
i-the for $1.50.
i l sses Blondel Grifin and Birdie ver
rHenry are viaitors to Ruston this T
`Ty your drugs from J. C. Willia'
W. A Johnston stock of clocks for
ias boon rcduced m li0oto 7r6 .
itle cntinues the W on clocks.
Misss Anes MC ie and tula rrco
igecman returned home from: tO
liege 3a$ aturgay* and
'" ce "Y ata eery " " * sec
. aSeletort, L. 8 ior
9e.,.t8. as a toide to the and
ite ony positive cure now
*___ _ 0and $1.passi
-.* Z4qi cei ii~e:'building tho Ekl
f' th. Aome, Warehouse year
r. date ast blow W. ,
drge sto oFrida
via the C4WPt
TO OUR READERS
S" We will state for the benefit of
the public that we are as free to-day
JRM8. to utter our sentiments as we ever
tru 1F r were and as any other man in
6.00 $10.00 Claiborne ,parish. We are not
5.00 0.00 neutral for the sake of the almighty
0.00 2500 dollar, nor are we waiting to see
00 35.00 which ' ' ide of the fence', to get
0.00 100.0O on. We have believed all the time
Transient that the lottery question would be
quare for settled in the Legislature, and at
chl subse- this late hour when nothing good
could be done for either the anti or
lo notice, pro and being quite young, we con
cluded to let those who know more
folling about thisimportantsubject, handle
as agelts it and dispose of it the best way
r receipts they saw fit. We have allowed ex
eville, La pressions against the lottery from
aville, La other sources to appear in these
izbna, La columns more than once, (not a
)rngs, La word for it can be cited) and any
cock, LII gentleman, who will make his com
in every munications short and to the point,
Sparish, either against or for the lottery, can
do so gratis. We revoke ourformier
S. proposition, and trust that this will
meet the approval of our readers.
offer of BEEF MARKET.
The undersigned have gone into
the market business and will have
fresh beef every Tu day, Thursday
and Saturday at t ri market house t
atday 0 yards west of the old Brown
ged the Hotel. Parties ishing to sell cat
tle will do well t see or write us I
and also furnish s with weight. f,
age, condition a d price, otherwise
ho attention will paid to corres
pondence. _ Respectfully, ;
a T6D. KhmERS; JoECLn e :jrt.
So e indebted to on of
a e ate indebted to one of
licious ton's belles for an invitation to at
tend the closing execiseý :;f the e
*s had IRuston College, p rded over by
an old Claibornite Prof. T.. 8; 11
in the $igh. The design o the invitation is ca
beautiful and wo anship very
artistic. The gra ting class of P.
1890 were Misses mie Graham, cxt
ionth Kate Lewis, Mi e Mayfield and We
Sfrom Olie Huey. The annaul address is I
-n to 8 .was delivered last Wednesday by his
IHon. Allen Barkedale. We regret Mc
Birdie very much our' ability to attend. a
this Try Ward's i cold drinks. I
One b mc1
Willi' AC3NO RT HALL. disc
SjOne ofthegre test needs of Homer d
lis a public Hall, hd a place is open pri
locks for somebody to onfer a long-felt els
. want upon the public. Homer is i
attracting attention abroad and is colc
Lia recognized a, the most progressive Nor
from town in this ectin of Louisiana, 22d
land a publi 11lI is among it8 !iiv
ct .- ants. cent
If you are in, need of Job Printig In
rCeur cour prices before scnding jo
]iC - - ------ -- does
as e Taylor will sell n 10
"A st-h ime saves nine" and
SthO . and ifyou eHood's BKrparila
cure now it may svo months of future DR.
$1. possible sickness. A
- - - mitti
the Eleanora, the sweet little two- swar
)USO 7ear-did daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cure
low W. W. Dornron, after a lingering almn
,illness of seveial days, jied last take
ho Friday evening at o'clockand was any
rter braed -Saturday evening. This Glad
. little1nUd Was plEnkedf~komthearms e
of.its lov$ig par ts by Hintr who Harr
doeio aUthings well anitnow rests Sir
iea·enl y pothere
~Y~W*UpI r froloan W
EYVRYBopyiO a son's
t hat t this seaun the blood is bition
h withmpuitiee,the accumulation locte
of moeths of close coifinement in
porl "enti-ate tore workshp caks
e iiadd tio t AJIese h eutl es
l.itie tBliheum pt
Gofd'80tf5x*ril1 titee will s
i ~--st abll o ed
exhb rs i be b Robe
dut e Ark.,
rl 8~old bh
3 Messrs Ednond and Moses Hans,
enefit of of Farmerville, brothers of Miss Ida
Heeto-day Haas, were visitors to Homer last
we ever week.
man in Owing to the illness of Prof. D.
are not W. Harris the time for contracting
almighty with public school teachers will be
C to see postponed from Friday, the 13th to
to get Friday, the 20th of June.
the time T
theould btime The Homer District Conference
could be will lie held this year in lomer, be
and at ginning Wednesday, July the 16th
anti or and continuing until the following
anti or Monlay.
)w more A rat story, the dimensions of
;, handle which requires several yard sticks,
est way is ''sprung,,'' and for particulars
wed ex- enquire of the affable and accomo.
ry from (ldating deputy sheriff.
n these --
n these CHEAP HARNESS.
(not a ,Messrs. Denman & Co. have a 1
and any fine stock of Harness, which they
is com. will sell very cheap. They are deter
e oint, mined to please their 'usiromers and I
epoin, ask a lrial to convince you that they
cry, can sell as low as the lowest.
this will The comnmittee am)oilnted by the c
iders. poi(,e jury at its last meeting to s
:'ecure bids for the parish printing t
met and awarded the prize to the
no into gtriculturist. Price, $160.
iursday ''Love thy neighbor.'',, You can o
t house ever do this if you allow your c
Brown r'iighmbor to suffer with itch tetter, li
lil cat- Ihlnworm, etc, without advising
rite us thim to use hunt's Cure. For sale
weight. Iy J. II. Taylor, HIayncsville, La. fc
corres. Prof. Q. T. Bugg will deliver an 'J
`Y, ;address at the college Thursday. S,
' This distingtishced linglist and
speaker needs no comments at our s
hands in Claiborne,, where he is W
known from boyhood (lays. L
McE1ree 's WINE OF CARDUI
sad THEDFORD'S DLACE-DRAUOHT are it
for .le by th folilowing nmrcrhauta in In
G. . Gill, A. D. CGadnaey and J.C.
Willis, Ihomer, L:t. tro
J. H. Taylor, faynesiville, La. Ci
J. M. Ledbetter atid Win. Sollers ,
Sunmnertield, La. h
P. Loewenberg pays the highest
Sat ces for hides, wool, beeswax, pa
t thet else_ ptel
or by If your life is made a torture by fro
r.. s ildigestion and headache, take Cas- len
tionis canine and be cured. Le
very Mr. A. Alcus, assistant of Mr.
15s of P. Lowenberg, returned from an
sham, extended trip to the Cresent C:ty the
I and Wednesday night. -' 'The Judge"
ldress is now readly to dispense favors to
.y by hisfriends.
g eEl Iree's WINE OF CiRDUiJ for fe bill
d. ia, uisealse.s. avo
In orde mak room for sum
mcr clothfng I1. . Walker will pMel
dispose of hI sprit stoqk at re- rinc
omer duced prices. Call his store and
open price his go ds befo purchasing
-felt elsewhere. po
mr is Reduced rates will be given the men
d is colored people on the Louisiana and but
sasive Northwest railroad on the 21 and
ana, 22d of this month, xonnd trip doci
:t t ti.k 0ant h 21st to Gibbs 75 1|
tig In advanced age the declining norv
diag powers are wonderfully rqfreshed kid
by Iood's Snrs.aparilla. It really
does "make tIme weak strong''
- Mrs. Taylor has just re- , m
ceived no millinery goods. Call oin
,'' and see r utiful stock. Iral
ure DR. M DENHALL'S AGUE CURE. Fli
A sp cific for chills and fever re- ach
mittenlt, intermittent, malarial and carin
o- swamp fever, dumb ague, &c.
r. Cures billiou.ness and regulates the
stomach and bowls, and prevents
ng all malarial diseases. Pleasant to F'ar
at take. F'ifty cents a bottle, equal to jured
was any dollar medicile. Sold by A. I).
Messrs. C. O. Ferguson, Tom Antio
l Harris, R. W. Collier, Otho
SStrohccker, Jesse Denman and
others are enjoying a week on Fnida:
ed, Dorcheat. We have secured the ad
loan of a phonwd,h (one c SunEcs
son's lates) an~le a public exibi- positic
bition with Mars Harris as inter- :
on iocator. A ce
i Send your orders for candies, Leb
cakes and confectioneries, fruit, Lban
etc, to A. A. Helpman, Shreve- consta
y pwort He has a large stock and plainl3
Swi supply your wants at-reason- many
able figures. -'- "o.
most pleasant to take if a e-lever
and Agie remedies. Warrahted to ag
f cure chills and:fover. Sold by A. shado
e D. Gladney. O
O ltrf . d. cei.vd a car inst,
S Roberson & Jones Jonesbor powde
eArk., write: " 'CC O Certain mes
' rives i veaIealsatisftacton. n
F.leasant tt taj . M 1nro, no pay tmyI
S 8old by Aotm e
W peie 8mt l ottBI~t 80$e'
'r~A itoi~1 ·
sea Iaas, THE LAST ISSUE.
f biss Ida
)mer last This is the last issue of the tUA_.
DIAN. Our many readers will l'
Prof. D greeted with the G Lxt-I)AS-J.()-xu.
rof. D. c on next Wedneday morning. Un
ntracting ti Se., be c """ : -.U.
wille til September the paper will be six
.will beI pages, all home print. After that
S da3th to te we hope to is;ue it in a still
'larger form, as hereto)ore a"nounc
mference ed, and trust that we sh:i11 receive
)mer, be- that hearty stupport and endorse
the 16th i mont we have in the past received.
ollowing Our amb;tion is and lia always
been in a printing (fi ;e, and every
S effort will be used to publi,'h th\
stions of largest, neatest and best paper ever
1I stic~ks. aeree
rtiular published in Claiborne parish. The
rca subscription price will remain te
acomo- same-O E DOLLAR per year.
SCigar smokers should buy their
cigalrs of the [CCorkle Bros. Thlit y
have a have the be:t.
ch they a
re deter- The highest price paid for wool
tirs and hides, beeswax, etc.. at P. Loe
hat they wenberg
Thy past week has been a week
by the of c'cshig exercises with nearly all
ting to schools. Several Homerites at
printing tended the exercises of Prof. S. J.
to the Meadows' school at IIaynesvll.
Mt. Lebanon also had several v;sit
oH can ors from this parish. A grand con- 1
w your cert was given at tlhe latter place t
tetter, last Tuesday night.
'or sale Eight baths at Gill's barber shop
lie, La. for t:1.50,
iver an Tr BLACt-l)I"Lu(U t f 1
arsdayi. sipten for C.
>t and - -- -- - - -
4at our Dr. Britt's great Western Pain I
Soother can now be found at J. C. B
he is WVillis' cheap drug store, lHomer, B
R Those of the gentler sex are the
S greatest a(lvocates of Cascarine. It
T are is just what is needed by most wo
anots in meni.
[Lt ll ell0 . ..
td J. C. .eXu slIh ~,_--, ..s. AT. tho. s
. r •,.X . 11_. ýi e :., .i,,r.c1 lg i 0 from
care or c . .;r will be r-live,1 by takingo
Sollers, Brou n's ir, fiterx. Genuine It
hta d:u ak ad cioasc rod Uulu on wrayper.
lighest IOn." Oliver P. Bailey is the
swax, p)atentee and owner of the new p
telephone systemn now in operation Tc
are by from the courtlhoutse to a famous
e Cas- lemonade stand across the street.
Lemonade, five a' gla',
ýf ir. ------ By
f Boils and pimples are caused by
San impure blood. Cascarine cleanses
ty the system and regulates the liver.
re to LCaRA T tea for Dyepepia,
Months of sickness, long doctors
'r fe bill and broken health can all be By
avoided by taking Cascarine.
sum- regulate the liver by using that Bal
will pleasant. but sum remedy, Casca- S
itre- rmine. To
a and -- --- - - -- -
asing ToDr. Kinble, of B. La.C., La
You arc always welcome, but re- T
the member the hour you "turn in" By
nMunis the word, sorestesy. n
andbut UJy il know, Cone, again,
trip doctor. s
75 ~'ine of Cordui, a tonic for women.
Paine's Celery Compound, a fine
I nerve tonic and reg dator for the Bal.
all kidneys, liver and bowels.
reo"' rclldig-egton, DY~pej-.5j5 irr~, le~ry- :,
Ou~nes8,,IJa.d(iou.!'S! Lecilty.- Phym nr.t'
18 BR .... I.O ,/TTE a -.S.
trre ar an comedred lines onc wr apper.01 i
iRE. Flatulcucy and wind on the stom- .
re- achis caused by indigestion. Cas- T. A
and carme is the best remedy. hlak
the ANTIOCH ITEMS.
t Farms and crops are seriously in
ito jured by the recent rains. Will
I Old "Gen. Greer" is raging.
Haynesvmlle is well represented by dd
Antioch this week. whic
nd r. . R. Monk, Jr., spont last order
o Friday and Saturday with relatives *hlo'
and friends in this community. Left tee
t Sunday morning to resume his vestlg
b potion the school room atRing-, eetl
gold, Bienville parishLoujsiana. - year
A certain one of otr young gents e
is rejoicing over the fact that the not or
Lebanon School is oit. He smiles forced
re constantly; and "his contenance A. o,
nd plainly says: "lEre the setting of Colllei
f- many more suns, fair one, my old M
"s 'gtogy" will gnaw the bark from ary be
he that same old tree, and you and I ronth
r ill again smile tete a tete in the til cou
shadow of the evening." net
On'Sunday mn qning of the 1st (Slgnei
inst., a little negro boy inthiscom- Atte,
rnunity was trying to enlArge the
mouth of a ' didn't-knoW-it.had.
opwder-ilnt" powder horn by
r means of a red-hot lion; Unfortan. o
atey ,i tonohed the powder with V
ho n~.tal ihich eatiged it to ex
plode. Thi fate and body was
- sevrely burned, and fragments of stoneia
omhand were scattered over the he lbu
*r. Shince then we learu that he Igai
*'W qnkto dry the powder. Ift
". s. m'h fo ' e ,orimen" the' :
Townu Conuceil Proceecdings.
he .:Aa.- Board met Fridav, June G;th. l,90. andl
. wil b? was called to order by the mnavor.
"J(O-UiN Present: J. E. Ilulse, 1anyor; A. E.
g. Cn- iWilder, R. W. Collier and Gco. Gill.
ill be six Absent: J, T. Otts and C. O. lerguson,
Lfter that Selectmen.
t in a still 3linutes of previons meeting read and
f.,eeiv- 'ThCe mayor, marshal anti collector,
e re and treasurelr sub:litted the following
endorse- reports, whic.h on mlotion were receivedt
eceived, and ordered spread on the minutes:
: always 5i1 \Yo,:" IE:I',ou'.
id every To the lion. Selectmen of the town of
Hih th lhomer:
lper ever Gentlcmcn--I herewith submit my re
.h. The port for the mnerthl ending June 6th
nain ghe 1890.
year. Pat Tarple, fine, $5 00
. all, ,,5 00
Ben t rid ritemanu , 5 00
i. Thty Charlcy Jackson. 5 00
Total . $ 20 00
Re oo Iispectfully,
J. E. Il U LSE, Mayor.
MA.RSIIAI AND COLLECTO1'Sg REPOmrr."
a week To the Mayor and Selectmen of the town
early all of Homer:
ites at- Gentlemen-1 herewith submit my rc
'f "* J. port for the past month.
les.il. TAXEI COLLECI'TE
al vsit- (G. G. Nelson, 189, $ S 75
nd con- W. I'. Otts, 41 65
cr place C. O. Ferguson, ," . 80
F. C. (Teenwood, ," 3 00
Miss Mattie Richardson, 87-88-89, 113 1
Cr s11op) LICENSE COTLECTIrED.
G. G. Gill, 1890, 37 50 1
for Ctn II. C. Walker, 7 50
Bismuth, (foot peddler) 1890, 3 75 e
'n Pain Pat Tarpley, 5 00
t J. . Ball5 00
om Ben Bridgenman, 500
Charley Jackson, 5 00
are ti Total collection, $165 10 e
st T- By treasuer's receipt, $1s5 10
those Marshal and Collector.
ýaing TIEAISURIdEI'S REPORT.,
fime To the Mayor and Selectmen of the town
is the Gentlemen-I herewith submit my re
h port for the month of May 1800:
General Fund- pr
raou To amt in treas'y per last rep't, $543 14 G
do rec'd of collector, 145 10 Je
;ircet. - tc
Total, y u$688 24 - Cc
By voucher 076 $57 83 nO
scd by do 679 31 69
anses do 680 2 50 wi
liver, do 082 37 50
do 683 25 00 tie
do 684 2500 In
do CS5 25 00
do 686 '25 00 cd
)ctors do 687 25 00 tri
all be By com on $251 52 pd out, 36 i
do 145 10 rec'd, 3 6-264 50 by
thBat Ial. in treaslry, general fund, $423 74 ' n
asca- Street Fund- -e
To amt in tres'y per last rep't $139 12
La_ do rec'd of collector, 20 eh
re- Total, $I59 12 S-
in" By voucher 077 (30 00 R
Tno do 6Z 18 55 the
ain, do 681 4 95
comrn on $53 50 Opd out, 1 33
By voucher 688 10 00
'men. corn on $10 00 pd out, 25 Stal
" " 20 00 rec'd, 50-- 65 58 A
r the Bal. In treasury, streetfund, $93 5
WV. F. BRIDGES, 'Treas'r. tat
Fr? Scrip from No. 676 to 688 Itnclusive Nr
er was cheeked and burned. filed
ue The following bills were received and l"
ope* on motion were allowed be g
R. W. Collier, $ 3 60
W. F. Bridges, 20
TUAlnnr-JoveI ., 30 5
T 45 43
Willie Boring, 35
The treasurer, marshal and assessor
and collector submitted their respective
by bonds for the ensuing twelve months,
which, on m0tion, were approved and
ast ordered recorded.
s ) Moved and seconded that a commIt
eit tee of three be appointed to make in
his Yestigation and report at next regular
,.* meeting, the cost of street work per
year past and also submit plan for sys
tem of sidewa~ks and estimate of pre
its able cost of same and also whether or
ho not ordinance No. 31 can be legally en
les forced, whereupon the mayor appointed
1ce A. E. Wilder, George Gill and R. W,
of Collier as committee.
Ild Moved that the street contractor's sal
m ary be changed from $6 25 to $12 50 pet
Simont, but that he contitue iat same an,
le ltt committee n sidewalks report; Jew
On motion the board adjouarned (t$i1
next regultr meeting.
at (Signed) J. E. HULSEI
i- Attest: Mayor.
1 R. L. Brmianson, Cl'k Corp'n. wr
S . .Geoge Vanderbllt. .
Shead. He is interested just now in the
btfildlng of a rdomad; of which he is the
S aol er: dwich nd o d o,,w
lj 8toneandtinb3 t o the newmansdon whlch
bI. iuflfig on the pe~k of s' Nort o
ln/ maontnan. T"e foot that he was tdid
e Inggoh a r 4 abready been published,
[ut bit seemed such a singulai project that
o tw i ws generally discredled. ·
..4. dst tr im norig, were he KA]".
met of his aecurteles. l asw8k d6
: iayor Grace ie the story' reeard to
riltria iastrue. .sad tb was at MEUXIC(
o1( titue, butthat lie was preeldent, toga.
urtbar of directoR and atock5oldsr
seoald t wias not hie intention to
the road after It had served its 3W
n-tpm9o0so. Whae the Norrh r U
eyne5f completedtou WVanderat I
£Inii~i t to whicb he devotes ur of Jab PT. LOU
tt~ine; 4eorie does not resemlAqe thgam,
*ri ita , belin of mediastlej with
arge blar solc
go hs th o
higs. r 1an(l.-l )raxvL gd
IS9)0, and 1
"or. . - -. .... -
or; A. E.
;co. adi - ,..ti"e·, I,-an ©
°rcvd an COST $850!
ollowing. OFFEREDl AS A
utes: Prl'eiupll to Cash
town of CUSTOMERS.
it mTC rcI'nJ.illl Prizes Conl
00 oo sisting of
5 00 1 lllsonle Parasol........ $., 3.50
5 , 1 LIdies Iifa.... - 4.-e
1 Gents i0t..........-....
$20 00 WiBo s ICallt Boots .... ....1U
2yorh 1 Glo s ck... ................... . . .. .0
H1 Geas ilnit........ . . 0
Iaror. 1 Clock... ------ -- ------ ---.... 4.50
1 IHandsom Overrhi'rt......-.. 3.00
Our.l 1 Pocket Knife [Rodgers]..-... 1.25
he town 1 Tin Set.................. 1.75
1 ndsomte Lam p.... ..---- 1.75
1 Castor and CruetL 4... 07
it my rct 1 Goout Tic...... ......
1 Glass t....... ".-.---... .. 5
1 Pi Ladies Kid (Ilo es......... 1.25
3 Doz Townels. .. -.. .. 1.50
1 S 75 Do e lit l1alkilcifs.. . 1.25
41 65 1 :Ladils Gotanler............ 1.0
1i 80 1 Ladies Satr-e...l. . -.. 15
3 00 1 Coland Brnll....... ...... 1.5
3 1 Ladies Trunk-......... 1.oo
1, 13 Sack Flur..........---- .... . .oo
Do7, Ladies lholse............ oo
37 50 1 Pr Suspenders.............1.. 7
7 50 The mnod of drawing will be con(luct
3 75 ed aIs follo s:
After the tickets are disposed of to
cash clistomers purchasing one dollhrs'
5 00 worth of oods, the numbers will be
5 00 placed in a hat and drawn out byn
5 00 little gi 1, to be selected by the parties
5 00 ilterestetl ii the drawing. The
first ticket so draw i will win the piano,
$1G5 10 the next twentyfiveso drawn will eoch
win one of the above named terminal
is, IH. C. WALKER.
e town PURCHIlkJNG oANCY.
P. 0. BOX NO. 7.
my re- O
I have made arrangements and am
prepared to receive orders and make
purchases of Millinery, Dresses Dress
543 14 Goods, Wedding Trousseaus, Laces,
145 10 Jewelry, Carpets, Pianos, Organu, Mu- -
sic, Books, IIou6sehold Goods, Furitites,
688 24 Confeetionuaries, indeed everything
needed in the family that the trade
furnishes. My extensive acquaintance
with basiness houses in the city and
experience gives me unrivaled facih.
ties for filling orders that may be sent
Parties residing out of the city who
desire goods can save the expense of a
trip and obtain better prices by order
ing what they want through mie than
264 0o by purchasiog themselves.
In ordering state specifieally what is
123 74 wanted and the linit of your invoest
umont. and send money with the order.
130 12 charges are 2 1-2 per cent for pur
2 ha0sing Respectfully, me
SMRS. JULIA RULE,
59 12 ShIREVEPORT, . _ LA, cu
References: Shrevevcport Times and
the merchants of Shreveport. ne
Notice of Application.
State of Louisiana, pqrish of Claiborno.
Succession of Daniiel Taylor and Mrs.
5 8 A. Taylor, deceased.
. 1OTIC I herey given that J. D. O
r application to be appointed adminis. of
trator of the a'bove named estates. 0
sive Now therefore, unless opIposition is
filed within the time prescribed by E.1
nd law, the prayer of the applicant will
360 Given undermy hand and sealof
Sg ofen this May 26, 1890. A
200 DDREW FERGUSON,
2 0 . Clerk D. C.
W. A. JOHNSTONlie
2 0 HOMER, LA.,
b s, At
Txis n and T
Ne W. -OR EAER INS, -..... aTd E R
KS) CLOCW K I
Jewelry, Silver-Plated Ware
n Plush Goods, Albums, Ba
Spectacles, Etc., AItON
ATcI RJEPAIRINO and Jewe) l Grand
S Replairing a pecitalty. A
work guaranteed. Orders and ioirk Psiish
sent by inail, will receio special at. Parilh
i Texas and Pacific f
S . RPoorhol
a NEW ORLEANS, TEXAR. 8ipe
KANA, SHREVEPORT Atteal
And All Pointsan' ioU
MEXICO, NEW MEXICO, ARIZONA
- amBsr BOw
8T. LOUR and EL PA8O, i
FOpRt WO1 ' 1t
t PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
... ~' - . . . . .. .-4 -.-.
WR. Wa. SELLERS,
-- l hysician &
O ! 1"MElE;ln , LOUISIANA.
Sp,cial att Itl;n ion gi ve( to treatmulnt
of Ilh'norrHuids (('iles) a1 a111l d-eas nr s
.of tile reC.0qn; rrCmoval-of t.amors;
Itreastlml t n.ll ( IersN, &C.
Jasll J. C. Willis, l. I).,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Ofl0ee at J. C. Willis &. Cu's Dnug
Storo-[ Shclltous Ol1 Standl.]
. 3.50 lr F. U. U. EADOWS,
5.u cl IIOMER, LA.
7.00 . -
. 1:0 Office lonllus--8 a. in. to 12 m., and S
. 3.00 p. m. to 5 p, m.
1.2 C Oflic nup-stairs in the Gill Brisk
1.75 Building. The lirst week in each month
4.00 I will be absent and will be found id
my office at Arcadia.
1. Dr. T. N. Nix,
on(tluct- IIOMER, LA.
o t voyepermanently locatted in jTomeni
dlof tl , tOand rslpectfully solicit the pptronage of
dollars' the public. Oico upbst4ire, over
will be the old Guardiain oflice.
lies DR. G. A. HAR PER,
ill each D E "T I ST.
HO HMER, ,A.
Office Hours-8 a. in. to 12 m.; and ! .
md am ni.to 5 p. in.
Dress ' Ofice n-stairs is the MCerani
Laces, New Brick Building.
)itie, JNO: A. RICIIARDSON,
faci. HIOMERt, LA.
Ssent IPOfltce nup-stairs over C . G. G il;a
e of a DR. A H. GLADDEN.
than Physician and Surgeon,
Spur- Gives special attention to the treat
, ment of Piles, Fissures, Fistulas'
Ulcers and all diseases the rectuni
E, is heir to. Guarantees a radical
LA, cure, and a painless treatment.
s and Office up-stairs in the MoC-ranji
new brick building.
D, R. A. . BUr Ui,
. D. Offers his profeseslonal servlees to the
e an people of Homer and viinity. Diseases
mis- of woman a specialty.
nOffice at G. G. Gill's Drigatoere.
by E. H. McClendu CU. W. Seals
MCCLENDON & SEALS,
alor ATTORNEYS.AT-LA W,
C. HOMER, .
' Will praote in Iall ts courns o
the, Third Jndicial District nd4 the Sn
3 preme Court of the 8tate. Patekshijit
limltedto ciitl bu tneljs.
R. P. W9BB:,
Attorney - i - Fact and
SREAL ~iTATE AGE'T
Wit bhy, ,enseand sel real estate of
ever~ desriptiod. Will make. tl col:
leetlon ofela is B specialty. Will also
represent the C'rescent, the Mecbhanic's
and Tradejks, ibe tiverptol and Londeti
and Globe, .beides a rnujler of othei
iro InsnhinfleO ompuau) .WiUl I.d
epreseut the Eqitb5le ilfe 1nsrane "
Wocietky of New Yog ild the ., B.
i tkfnLoan Company 6fLawrej
atnsas. All persaoL an7ing to fty
row money at low rates are reanests4
MAaln street, Hoe$ .
a of o. a , on ~ as
rars f alore for the
i j Grand and petit jurors........
k PaIIh treaeR. and Cl'k P. J.... 460
- Parinlh printing *...*. ........ 500 d
Assesing tax and license..... gFO
- |Exejsepolie jn y.*.......0 500 "
Cr minal expese, da sa herla'.
Ssalary .... ...... , .......'13A .
Repairs on pur i te bilding 3.. "0oo os
" oisc.i taxegsl ad license,.. Goo o.
ucenr expense.*,,, .... . Sooo*
Totnal .""".."..-"*l41' "
Signed: T.A WAT N
Atteset. .1. R Pll.tajifr .
JOYuN RENRI a C0.
BoIOTS lEs: ,
,o ..",i 124t 4 m.u'T ' 't
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