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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 5 October 1888

MARBIIE YVEi'ORT,... LC.. U... UISIfA } -AL8SO-- Wronght Iron Fences which -**'p to brIaK or istone foautdatiut, and n kin-is ofr Ornamnttal Iron work 16r niltldings,uch as Coluantns, Vora uinah.Crestinga.,Fin ial s, Weather Vanes. Amierican ud Itallnii DES0IU8 FURNI EDON APPLICA fN.. c MION ENTS. ' We guarasnt to sell uarble chape, L thin any otle rmiti. Oet our prices b! rt Ii ling. ,rt ersby utnail prnompt ly ut1.ndeti to. J. Il I)OWN5, Mannger, " A~areveprt, La. PROF'ESSIONAL CARDS. I0IOMER, LA. lUa permanently located in Homer noil rraspect fully aolicita the putronaged tho Itlttiic. It Otlice tip stairs, over the old tUnardian oIYc". ýR. G. A. HARPER, -D rz0 NTIS TT 'I oiEIt, LA. Oflire Houra-Q a. in. to 12 mn, and 2 p. tut.u& P" Ut. r K$' Ofcle over U(. (. Gil's store. ' 1?. P. WEB B, ATTOIINEY-IN-FACT an1d 1 otri'y Public, an ReE1a Estate Agent. SInsrnp utlcn4 i readlrtateofev (dºýMripti jil so rtprcwnt Thu V Fir srnnee Agency SthL coullectiun > Practicing Th~I~i ' Ju...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 5 October 1888

,. _.,FICIAiIJOURNAL OF ~Ai BORNE PARISH, m * the CiihCI 'ojL Of, I3. i ing C. W S3 `I1: & J. P. PIIIPPS, 1ifar.;s &. PruerrnlToaM. rtoyer, La., Friday O.. .Oct. 5, 1S8S. Lj`MOCPATIC TICKET. FOB PREýIDENT: F EW C vo1and., OF NEW YORK. ') R VICE P1 ESiDEN r: t o . G: Thurrn n OF 01110 IBidnchalnrd still holdls the fort in the Fou:tlh l.)istrict. iHe, is a c gre:asman of untiring zeal and iyst, 3an'd has acquired great influence at the National Capital. At Jacksonville, Fla., on the 2nd iiist. there were 89 new cases of yellow fever, but no deaths. 'To tal uimber of cases to date, 2,828; total umeflri of deaths to date, 264. 2G-1. Shreveport has raised the qur anctine against the States 1f Mis sissippi, Alabama, Georgia and Florida sexcett the infectced places. This will, not only benefit one place but all places along the lines. Rodger Q. Mill was in Dallas a few days ago. lie says Indiana is as sure to go for Cleveland :s Texas, with a differcnc in majori ty. Mills is a leve...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 5 October 1888

U1'Vfli812D EVERY 7FRIi)AY. F Q 11, - LOUi iANA. LOCAL ITEMS. SOtiion Scs fur sale at Joe Sholtoi.'d. S RUUGIES! 1L'CUlIES:! 'Bar tiame andl money by buying yotu bingies from W. \. IWoonon. Wrintera are not often woýrn td with take btthoseo who sret rp thix is.suo of thepaper had more pi to toove thlan thy could manage. Don't be afraidi to coco forward and subscribe for this lipr'r. It was in a Gill net once but it is now in as Sal trap. hoesPoulitry Iowdieri for prevention sand cure of cholera in poultry, fir sale .uatSbclton's. Frank Sitaeird cn lit you up in Sad sles, Iiridhs and tarn o a t low cash ligures. here is the place fuor our moneys worth af anything you wnut to buy Jere at Frank Sherardcl's Calh flou.e. Our train now wwets the V. S. & P, both wanys, giving us two rttuaur trains eaoh !ay. W.J. 'naylor & Sun, tirtiiculsh, will sell ys:u the chec pest gooda ccr banght ina his tuwu. ....L E. H. oUleudolon Lind J, ' Il!ui,'rt isgsqu :avejnet. rotutncd fru,, 4Farmer v...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 5 October 1888

FL"BLISIlED EVERY F}DAY. IOMERJ, - LOUISIANA. Woman's Eights. Fellow-Citizens: Since last I stood before ybu I hare bad occa sion to witness many indignities puft upon our sex by that thing in breeches called "ir an." Since the operatic season has opened I have watched him closely. I find him a fraud of the first water. So long as a member of our downtrodden sex is free to wan der at her own sweet will, and holds the power of rejection or ac .ceptance in her own white hand; he raves and cavorts and follows her about, and calls her by a hun dren names of heatAian divruities, and makes himself a long-cared beast about her. But mark the sequel. No sooner has the nup tial ceremony (that hideous farce of our social. relations) been per* formed than he goes forth like a cunning serpent, seek'ng some other woman to devour. S "Will you walk into my parlor?" says this two legged spider to the poor, foolish fly, and in case she accepts the invitation her wings areclipped instanter and she is ...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 19 October 1888

Officia 1 111111° -- ,LA-, FRIDAY O O !91 S "- Who jisto Blam-" CLEVELAND'S LUCIK on . e5 to n oe 1 o .. .-- - - - • , " Ps rests , than is nI IO . ,.. ........ ,. II ..... . +, 1- AAdsheedt n o tL. not n r l, iie, and in ..hos ... - ~ ,ý Fctrýý)n hmelt I F.,,.t hitll canr not andbilr ~ e~b caBndr. i apn~ ess la sn Official Direct Y'y 6,W J Leslie, v - l S m C W Carr, t'G ibeon, NS w OrHaslons. 7-8 R Richards .i ribson, Ntew w Orlean s. wF Bridges, J B Enitis. .;cw Orleans. W F Brdge, W C Boring, ,.RI.t;xsENTATItVsY " J W Clingmni Frstt District, Lon's St. Martin, N 0 8--D A J Carati .Iecoud District, M HIahn, of Jeffrrson T 11 R.ynolde Third District, K J Gay, of Plaquemine .oMR, 1 ounrth District, N C Blancbard, Shr'plt Walter Wa . .'ifth District, C Newton, of Morehouse E R White, Blath District, A V Irion,-of Avoyolles A 3 E linls", FEDnnRt. CoUnT. A E0 Forgl Aleck Boarmasl, Shrcveport, Jude Forg M S Jones, Shtreveport, Dist. Att'y S J MadE John W Whoatou, Shreveport, Clerk Tho...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 19 October 1888

HOMER GUARDIAN OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF CLAI BORNE PARISH, O(Jice in the Old l'ost Olfie Bnihling" C. W. SEALS & J. R. PIIIPPS, , EDITOnS & PiorIErITOIS. Hoitne., La, Fridayv .. Ot.... . 19, 1888. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT: Grover Cleveland, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT: Allen G. Thurman OF 01110 Chandler's speech bears the im - press of the demagogue and the bloody shirt. B. Lockwood could wear all the bustle her presidential candidacy has stirred up and never suffer with the backache. Gov. Hill, of Nov York, is now speechmaking in Indiana. Great crowds follow the distinguished *New Yorker wherever lie goes. It appears that the president has nominated, Moorman for the mar shalship of the New Orleans dis trict. If reports be true he is a man of no firmness ro stability, of very questionable democracy, having afiiliated with the republi canns in 1884. We are still of the decided opinion that Fitzpatrick is far the best man of the two. --c.·- c , Another horrible railroad...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 19 October 1888

g O ; I I, nn UA I .'* Hlello, Sa ,--. "Me! I'se h ire oiln inMy . ýt;ltSI-tlED E:VERY FIIDA'Y. ineck vat, i I1OMEIR, - LOUISIANA. Oh; an' v'ilu do ole 'omai "- 'For God S bhit" LOCAL IT E S8. ",I. Din I tell yeitr t Onion Sete for sale nt Jol Shelto's. do lack oh.Fi SYPils, dlo Fii rDUGG1ES! BUGUGIES!! tts, d Go l ! Bih.b liaPs, Save tihnae and n:oult by bIying your iu Kl:n:es, i batgges from W. XV. Doruon. iwh to h;al --- UCharmts, i1 Bo sronltry Pruowdir for prevention 'Plush good and cure of choteri iu poultry, for sale eiotn:i til 't Sheltuan.'a kiiingi , Rev. L. A. TrSyur d(livered an able de Doll., -nod irte, iia ting icouioo at the IlaP- ide Sh:vi tist church in this ilice last Sunday. Watches! , a-- - (de Gohl, d Firank Shelard can tit Syou tip in Sad- scll. 'ecm fi dles, Bridles and lars sa at low cash do litle t8 Agnres, mne er and 1;,heltyotu come to town always call MshS, 14 on1 Cherard he will autouisth you withll t'tu:s 1i low pries. antees :ce low prici alh, do tic ...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 19 October 1888

:' A V lo f "tbis . JuSt. an iy t and des Soyen rememBer, little wifB, then w How yems ago we two together Sawmsagt but love illumine life ed in th In suassy days or winter weathert ation, f Do you recall in younger years nor les: To part a day was bitter paint the ruil Love's light was hid' 1in conds of tears ana. El Till meeting cleared the sky again. Do you remember how wo two Would stare into each other's eyes, Till all the earth grew heavenly blue And speech was lost in hlppy sighs? "It i Do you another thing 'recall shopld That used to happen often then: that tl How, simple passing in the hall, and pr We'd stop to smile and kiss again? %lestitt Do you remember how I sat tainin; And, reading, held your hand in mint The ni Caressing it with gentle pat- One pat for every blessed line? are a Do you recall how at the play day b Through hours of agony we tarried? serfdo The lovers' griefs brought us dismay; Oh, we rejoiced when they were mar- resl) ried. Is it t And then walked hom...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 26 October 1888

. ýiO.l. : OMER, LA., FRIDAY OTOBER26, 1888 . h-_ _._______- ý .... King's of Free America. h anst on th irT wathes ,tho k e a t0 r ___________________lý horn srth oii1ngesfa eiIýr =: , 1"P . ; in i bff.~ Fta.ihm fl 4. tlln L - .. A ..: wmnc·inlt t hr. ~ifl!!t atl- Andc thioUL~h tli~cu ugh1I be gnuuuldcrT O i irectory. r J We-lb, . t3-W 3 Leslie: $ 3 STATIS 53.AT05 C W Carr, J.tlbO,, teOrl.s. . . .... .- Ri clhi S t. w .usrtl* W F Bridge R lluEt,,TATilKUý VW 0 Boring bEt·lº ? TlSrTe.VE J "I (;Cling11 rat Distrtt j ulns St. Mhrtin, O .-D A J Cliar -soud Dist.rlc, M Hahi, of Jefferson 8-itD Carl 'h'ird Dislrlit., O J Gay,of Plraq1luiniu Isrov. ' onrth District, N C Blancbard, Shl'pot Walter ýil 1) District, C teton, uft lhous R WR tr Iit IIxth District, A V Xriun, of Avoyelles 3 E Hl i 1-bIan COURT. A E V ilr Aleck Boaranu, Shrevcport, Judte J T Ottr, SJones, Shreveport, Di8t. At t' J MT John W Whoaton, Shreveport, Clerk Thos A C Gibson, Shreveport, Marshall BrATE OPFICEI:S. F TNi...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 26 October 1888

--OMER (---ARI)- Id JoRALOF CAlI BORNE PARISH, onV" a si Ol,;oI IPttOmle Bnildiinpr C. W. SEALS & J. R. PIIPPS, EDnroRs A PRsoPRITros. Friday . Oct. 26, 1888. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FORL'PRESIDENT: Grover Cleveland, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE.PRESIDENT: Allen G. Thurman OF lOHIO FOR CONGRESS. 5TH DIST. Chas. J. Boatner, OF OUACIIITA. It is due both to'Judge Gunby and Hon. C. J. Boatner for us to say that neither of them sought the nomination for Congress. Let Frank Morey, the Radical candidate for Congress, be snowed under so deep that he'll never raise his red. head for Congress again in this State. The prohibition element in this State is considerably weakened eon account of tle unfortunate course they are now pursuing in trying to elect their electors over the reg ualr Democratic ones. o far as hard from Pearce, of the Ctskgrpk, is the most unreas onable sad ineonsistent man in the district regarding'the action of the late Congressional conven ties. Clatierne desired Newton return. ed...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 26 October 1888

F #I O: UARDIAN. MLISHIr D EVERY FRIDAY. ' KER, - LOUISIANA. AD VBRTIkI G TERM&.. Leoeal antoes t10 a line, Trans.i.t Advertisements, $1.0 per square for Ltst insertion and 75e for each subse quent insertion. ' Obituaries, except the simple notice, eharg3d for at regular rates. Standing or regular advertisements taken by special coutiact. LOCAL ITEMS. Onion Sets for sale at Joe Shelton's. FRESH Fruits and Vegetables dways on hand at Ward's. BIUGGIES BUGGIES!! Save timd and mu*iey b13 buying your bouggies from W. W. rDemIon. Beos Poultry P'owders for preveution and cure of cholera in poultry, for sale at Sheltou's. Frank Slerard casn it you up in Sad dllo, Blidles and llaru esat low cash figures. Dormon's hacks and buggies go like hot oakes. Fresh arn Kraunt at G. G. Gill's. The lbLt ever brought here. Try it. FISH At Ward's to-day. Not the Red River Cat or bony Buffale, but the Sheephead, the Trout and the Red Fish. Apples and Potatoes in large qutanIti ties and for sale cheap a...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 26 October 1888

HOMER UARDIAN. PCIILISIIED,EVERY FRIDAY. IhOMER, - LOUISIANA. Hle Stood to Reason. "Judge," sail the Montanalaw yer, as he leaned bacik in his chair and threw one foot on the table, 'I object to the witness answering that question, and I'm ready to argue the point. It stands to rea son-" "So will you, young man," roar ed the Judge, "if you've got any speech to make. Get up on your feet or I'll clap you in the c.alla boose for contempt of court quick er'n you can accept an invitation to drink." And the young lawyer stood to reas,,n.-Chicago Tribune. A Mean Disease. Alexandra has them like every other town with less than 4.000 inhabitants. We mean gossips- men and women who would rath er talk about other people than to eat pie. Shame on the man or woman, who, without any direct. evidence whatever, endeavors by words or insinuations to ruin the character of other people. The writer has long since heard that the greatest enemy woman has is women, and how can those who have the gossip re...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 2 November 1888

-- - - -. et ., . . . . S74 . . HOMER LA, ,_FRIDAY NOMBE ,- ,....hat. the cartl, oi. on:e s8ide liS O iia1 DiretodrY. (;-w J 10 ;-1 ' U~rD STATY~ ESIATORS. C i 7-S RI Ril Gib~on, Now Orlcan8. W P Br: j J rI Eustit.k;cw Orleans. ~ WCBi: Ile~awxl~Tt~ ·j Wr Cli trot Dibtrlet, IAliS St. Mz.rtin, N 0 8-D A J I Second Diattict, U Halh, of Jeffers"o T l - Ite 'bfrd District: BJ Gay, otPlaqW''niil't M 1?ourth District, XC c tidncbard, Skr'pt Walt ;.ifh DiutXIit, C Newton, of Morehuuso ERF S6h District, A V Irioii, of Avoyclca N ,g ~ 'q F gwn' :A L C OU b IT. c o t IAcor m F l , S lireuP ort, -' JudSro J C T M Jones, Surevellort, Dist. Att' Y j JiohnW VWiatoll, Shreveport, Clerk a&CQibsoU, Shreveport, Marniall OrATE O1VCREUS FT NicliolI, Gavernor. ePR. JAS.JlffrCs, LJUM tetO, t Govrcor, M 3asor., Secretary of Stutc. m 'j T)Iii. BStctl, Auditor. W 11 pipes, Treaurer. S'W H UoJcrA, ttorney General. j A Oteannx.- SuPeriu't. Pnti Edunt'tn. SUPitiwi COURT. Z Bernitndez, W. 0. Chief Justiec Fe...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 2 November 1888

; w ctilio 10i have beLe Its O lPot Oli6o Dnillng sa *th eT d on i11" C. W. SEALS & J. R. EPI PS, e on nrr Eu&LTRas & PIorPm'ros0.1 wýlý concern 1 , OOer, LR, or on "t .iday -. N-ov. 2, 1888. isto bc _ -- --.-----..... . -- whether DEMOCRATIC TICKET. the peop ---- throned FORIPRESIDENT: 'ticl Groyer Clevelan , to o OF NEW YORK. tocontiL FOR VICE-PRESIDENT: earning Allen G. Thirman an" OF OHIO prophet is inspi: FOR CONGRESS, 5-n DIST. hopes must cC Chas. J. Boatner, ose g North OF OUACHITA. nd ious an This is a fruitful year for Of c( cranks and bigots. So was 1884 for us when Cleveland was elected. those i -B - frronm p We suppose Moses Fort and J. ter is A. Parker will stump the state in telif ;he interest ot their new party.. e J __ J= -- The Methodist conference loses be car -an able minister this week, Rev. s Mr IParker has taken to politics. rat S ,Themembers of the Farmer's e AlUance in Lincoln parish like the Ri : the prohibitionist, are taking right er for -.sma...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 2 November 1888

11CMLi GUARDIANu . ml Thu Sup'r jilgiiiit ret (dIleh it thll 3' - i~ thail t. - II j, ") IAN \ I"i.t. ti f ''"" hill g~r~,- cuit .,... . .......  ¶ ht c:uas 1 ,i:. li,( Tr : is!: n don,, anl J: I ThI ie Poijut S, ti', ,1 lit ptirol tihat . T. 3i Srite iCll tHe t:-l z I\ u s ithll y i'o tt e t - e o prclil ce W (t A ll - ;.,t, b-,: ,i.l I ), 1 1 P o l So ul be 1 rou my) jI'ltt l r o l l, 't.y" .: '- --or o f, S- ti r i 'JT ~tact o a I' ' i l n ie I: It ,,, t)I "v -ti . g io"' nI d gu, , 1 r hit i l o itl -.,•vld , b : . . P. c,' l on l laat ah' ' I 'Il igt!'.' <s a t..r V, ei, 1- 1 h Shory ..to . . t n , Co t, if ouC Stcl to's oJ.l "y i : , :. ei re 1 'S n t 1h l P'otato :i. l Bil- llt aT Chis Ci. i"" , . - I- lout erT I purici.."it.g ae'hl t .Il El V ermioln on baptism at ti.' :e0hodiSt6 a U l ' church here on l Ust Sndnouy. vitatio •:: . a I at' ' Go to J. 1. Deurant s Co, for your Withol 'Heating -Sto'vem. ma r had pr Tom J. Ln0:1ino 1h14s j0t vved a were ir. lot of G...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 2 November 1888

HOMER GUARDIAN. PUBLISIEDEVERY JR'IAY. HOMER, - LOUISIANA. Mr. Gladstone's Library. Mr.: Gladstone's study at Ia warden Castle is rather curiously iarranged. The'walls ae covered withcbooks, and volumesarie also massed in large shelves jutting out from the walls into the room. Between each: parititon of books there is room to walk; thus the saving of space in .ar.anging the -library, intlhis manner is enor mous, The stock of books, per haps, exceeds'15,000 ,volumes, and notwithstanding this large num ber Mr. Gladstone has little diffi culty ,in placing his hand upon any volunmethat he may require. There'are thrcee writing-desks in the room; oneis chicflyrreserved for correspondence:of ja political nature, and ;another is uscdj'y Mrs.Gladstone. Looking out of tLe study window, the flower beds fa cing the castle"present a pictur esque appearance, while the henv ily wooded grounds beyond stand out in bold relief and form a mas sive green background. - Diminutive People. At Cassville, ...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 9 November 1888

" - -e "' . , ',. S, . "-1 .. icial oornal of C lai born  rJ : T0U _HOMER, LA., 1FRIDAY NOVEMBER 9, 1888. N. 6 -i1 I·-- ~~'r #w'r-: -!r i' ¶ '-r - tr71-t 'T '. Old .I I )treotory. I "-. _7"i Li t'i ;-'N'.TOIIs. 1 ~L 0~: 0s N ,w ' tllts. .! i t'Uqis... w Orleans. .,. ]hi'it l: .t:'i , J.Lo d., i:,. lrti'ni. N O "co: .... D if t. , ! , , of J± f 'f,-' i 'ndh:,] ].itric , C]J 'Ort,' hf Phllt'ltmiih l: : h ):, rh 1, ). C ', nhi arl' Shl'p t t i'ift!h J)s!1hi • , .: wto::,af ` 1,e h ix!h i :.,ti: t, ,V :h A , of Avvyelles F" ''::\ ( kT ,:e', l" r n;: h :l, "',i't't"'illrt, Jul se 21 . .Jmo'tl , :1r, tp r:'tr , Dist. Att'y .,ohit S W ,"it 'h:eveport, Clerk AC Mir,n hr,'pc:t, lhir~ball ,= 1 .," : '): c; its. i T Ni',.(i!s, C.-, or. 3. . ,L i, I, L.ieutl::nit (overnor, L, F ?L:i ,I:.,, S T'.crl't of State. W II l':p", TI'y:::rcr. C; lit ,C 1;:) Anellr' ` Gtncral. J .A 1 1tsi, \. F l iii' J '11l Et:dne'tn. 1; lh,. toit'n ,;:. :4. 0. ('hie' Justicc `, 1) ?,,!; 1';!1('y, fith lv'!i...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 9 November 1888

HOiMEO E GUARDIANl" OFFfCIAL JOURN4L OF CLAI BORNE PARISF! ()!iti Iu tie Ott Po.t OHi~ t lilildiu ' C. W. SEALS & J. P. PIIIIPS. Friday,. ..... Nov. 9. 18 8. Grin::t was el'cted mlayo)r of New York over Hewitt. Clngressman Blanchli:lr Cllne anl thle way from Washin Eton to vote for Cleveleni . L--- -411,--- Boatner has been elected iyV a large iunjority over Ioric but as the official returns have not. been announced we are nollt able td give While we regret that Claihorae par:sh did not poll her full stren.ithii for the Demicracy la:t Tuesda)n wte are highly gratiiied to state that she gave the Repullican par ty only 10 votes. It appears from the oflicial re turns of the election last Tuesday that the "Prohibs" have not sti nck "ile" in old Claiborne. Their tick et received the overwhelming amount of six votes throughout the parish. Ward 4, of this parish, is strict ly democratic in principle as well as name. Not a single Republi can vote was polled at the two pre cints last T...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 9 November 1888

ERGUARDIAN. 1'PI3LTC·1D EYEI Y FIRIDAY. HIOMIER, - LOULISIAA. Al)V VJTI ING T~ 1I8'MA. L cal nutic.'a sO1u a',limv, Tr:mmdien Adlvertieeniwnts, tI.t0 per sq;u:are for tlrst iusseititu art ad75c for celch asube 41*Wet isert iomn. Obitft iets, xcept the simnple notice, charged 'fur at rcegnllmr rates. Stamidi mg or remuhmr aldvertisemueint tikes by asceunl comtmiact. LOCAL ITEMS. Onion Sote for sal at Joe Shot toi,'s. figures, Joe+ 8hacltoim's Drug Store, north Ride of Pnmlie Sqnare, isa lwliys siiapied s-' with Fwm sI D s:IU . !~ ia. cigars and -time best brandsi of 'Tobaccoot Joe f1ucJton,' D:rn Store. 'Tofu J. Lragi no, in tia Mamxey brick tmil dio~g, bas a large stock of dry goods and grocerics and will s ll cheaper for cash than ally ieremmaat Sozth of Min scu and Dison's Iiiuv. Try bimy on if you wonit beleive it. JItms Poultry 1'wders for i,' 'ventiol sand cure of ci h'ilra in ~oult r-, for sale at Shellou's. TlKore are sovecnl cases of th~e slow fever in tuOn ::t present. Mr. ...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 9 November 1888

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. HOMER, - LOUISIANA. WHY I LEAVE THE DER OCRATICPAltTY. An Appeal to Louisiana Prohi bitionists. FELLOW CITIZENS:--In the opin- t ion of many of our wisest and best people, the time has come for the exhibition of the full strength of the Prohibition sentiment ofLouis. Jana. In a state clearly Demooratic but so by only a small majority, such t a step at this time might be said to be unwise. But when we reImem ber that the Democratic majority of Louisiana is something near 75,000, the apparent unwisdom of such a step entirely disapears. The utmost strength of the Prohi bition party in this State will not go above-a few hubndred, and can not, therefore, either help or hin der either of the other parties. The importance of bringing out the Prohibition vote this year, does not turn on the effect of this vote on the pending Presidential election, but on the moral effect of it on future elections. There are several parties now clamoring for recognition, such as the L...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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