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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 26 December 1882

THE GUARDIAN. Cuih Rfeeipts. We sill contm*uo to publish under thiL h~ading thbe uame of those whot esa h ,vek pa.t up their aa.itu.rptions. Tht h~st ,as ntrrnd, a a a memorandom for the pro. tetiut tf abeleribers agains,t pl.aIle aerrorr in our boaks: , T Fa.rtv'.., ) () ,I M.l M':rtitt, fl rat . 1 IFnrha, 2 01) l..eotl Ta;tmer, so J F ltlne*s,' C OO 1E . haw. I ft xd Marsh, J t(1 J B .tfrelaud, 4 0 J i Iearel, 2 (I) W F lr.ow, 2 11 A W rnckett. 2 7t J T Ne.lrlu,, 4 O K J SIrlIg t, t2 .?A J ledIFrdernl, 2 (0 J J Alle ...... ................... 2 00 t! parties tde:,ted to 1:. J lridge are requ'ated to call sad a:ttle at once. lie ar nts hi' mraonry. The .yluthltl crlor, heault; :iatl luoatre St.' gratally r e.tlred to) gr.la hair by Par k r' Hair lhihaiatn. aata I'latns will maake hia'dlaaetters :'t W. ,1. 'Tactor's. !l kinttds of toilet nrticah, at ýheltlot' attrttg atutee. o Fg st'o kt'r w Il Ee tto .1. "4 , tr ,..t t ,fI'h Irat1 agee & )t< I'rrtaae htatlltng. 'la' ti...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 26 December 1882

THE GUARDIAN. Au exehkge says "IBeo careful in dressing, for a showy ralmeut be. tokens a rullgar taste." That Is all very well; but what is a man to do when bsjeampoetolbed ata o'clock In the morning with the thermome. ter thirty degrees below ero, and bursts the back button oil of the only clean shirt be has got in the world t Do you expect him to keep quiet under such a condition I Do you think a man can ptreerve a so. pernatural calm while trying to at" tac bhis cuat buttons to a pair of Scuffs Ibut are lauudried with a mixtnre of starch and cast iron anll his teeth chattetiug the top of his head oft ! Is it reusonable to loose for petace atlnd quiet(ude whlen one feels his collar bulttonl, like a ball of ice, slipping dowu between himself and hit shirt front, and realized that be has Tb take his clothes all pR again to get at it Wh'en a manl int his bare feet steps on : asslpender huckle; do you expect the stillness to be so great that you caln hear a pin drop? We shculd say n...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 9 January 1883

SLAIBORNE (UARDIAN. Or OL. 6. HOMER, LA., TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1883.0 ý-z 21 idl I ... r.. ·= j . .= Ia~i' _i l '(lmlB -·' L miClP)~lm Im NN Nm ul-i I iiN P mN i DN INmci n mmi | - l i Terms oi Suberiptioa: ba I, year in advanre,... ..........* $2 t i m nt ............. I .I r.o the c is ad Terms of Adivrtiuin: I el.- Cue 4.li re., of one inch in space or lean, hat irlt nier ion. $1 l)0; each additionlli unsr )at- I t 0, :d) rents. the I atu. 3us.1 u i, mul lycar. Past ,ynare. a 19 Ti. o,"(1* 7 (l1 to oo1, o0 i"al. i 6 Hi I9 )0 1 t .1 Iti 16 1 2i , t) Ga l 9 0W 1I 110 114 *i 24 i110:1. O0 I of ntI ) 21 Ill (1 t ,tun, 15 x' , 1W)! .3 (t 50 0ro 7, 1n Imo .rofle.ainal iand hlusinesai ards, if ten 1.63, , r I0 a in i *nsith, 415 per llllll : for " luel. month. t111 for three nonftih. f.- L - l tsiin.1 a: lr .rt ill llt.1 it I,.f _ ater lengthli all 1 h Il l iiner tled at aiov ra:t, . )o!  1L.4:al :aivlertiemllet4 will he charged at its ',al r.tes.a where tited byl law; otherwsie ...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 9 January 1883

CL4IBODNE GUARDIAN. SFf0 t eURMAL OF THE PARI=N. sO~q UIit6, cwt Y. . Itsesee's nre B. D. HAIBISON, Pablisher sad Proprieter. JOHN E. HULE, Editor. NOISES. LA., Tteday -....------Jan. 9, 1883. The new yesr promises to be a prosper oils one. fhle harvlest of iwe2 have been atle.flat. There avs bread .tus' ennogh to supply all densanda. The price of living will be much lees than the pant year. The cntton erop of 18t2 is h3 id.s the. largsmt ever grown. All these things indicate a year of abundance aml prnmperity. Of cours it is imponsille to htll what the year will bring forth, but the indieations are all favorable. With another anch year as IdSI4 the people will be squarely upon their feet again, asul an thi. in the first regular trine of the 1inanrdinn the present year, we 41nat sincerely wish all of oaur redlers a happly and pr' pt'ertu. new year. ee new yeds. Begin the new year hy crnillg fIore arlt asdt settling a iits the (i;uari ali. The proceedings of tle Polilee Jnry fni1l i...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 9 January 1883

i TIHE GUARDIAN. I- Ca Ck 1reeelpts. . I will continue to pullish undeslr thim. brrd~vl the DnmcuOS ohtbhe. who each S.ek par up tbhir snbscriptoxas. This lust tinten~ll'll asR i itemnran u for t4~i pro 41,tilts o( eulurrtbera against !itiILcr sss orunr limbst rs to or hooks 00 Z.arh Wafst. . 14) ' F' Croulaudl, V OU Tron p.. Wafer, 24t '" f.('4i4' 200 TH Kortum, 2 O .buon Aringer, 1 04N A M Hbivere, 1 90 Wt Trutn, 20 . 1oh. 2 or lilt ;mrusai.. 100 Join l Ritiy, 100 SJ. .relerrrnmb2 W 1 M ltdgens, 2 P.1 WV J1 Th"lma. 't 00I .11t Clhappel4, 2 5li To no rlt.r. 14110 F A }ilhll 354 of 1"rnitsgld, i(k) W Mh ltrrill. 1 A 1' IZmnim q, 2`J (Mt It W Murry, Ira ,44I i4ri4li.'tmsn, 2(x0 I .1 1 Nix, rq .t4 '4n -I If, 2 Win lbs c44, 1 150 10 - its 0 p. r~o'.. ussdrlstcd to) W. lb llnrmn, U":1 1.1."1."rucin. forward and -.ctl.. MS mire1 1 , , , , " . " t " "ic S to iro b and.4 i f p tl.' I iIIt(.-h h.. e. .,I t" 4)t ill)If ) 11.11 roll off PIU he w ill ay ,1 1"" 'T tby ,siing Uth Shiu. 1 1 l44Il...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 9 January 1883

THE GUARDIAN. - A Horrible Story. The Kidney Mail,.of &uguat 26, ca contains a story, which, if true, fully justifies strictures on the treatment to of the lnatives by the Queensland G;overnment of it much more severe I character than any whichll have apl peaetd in our renhliiln or thIse' of any other English newsjippers: "*A young police oUtieer oasI out with his colored "leyso,' a. rc . fe.' rc' ago, in one of tihe. northern dtlsI ncuts of the colonly inhlabited bt the Myall h tribe of '.blatcks." Some tlltllor Ihadl been stolen, and, to vindicate theo honor of the British flig,.-it 1hel, Ilooved the jilich'temen to Iimake Ire s primal. The rest of the story is best tt given 'n the words of the Si,,dce3 journatlit. "They came Illonl te camp of Myalls; surroundeild themeI. fu antd forced themn to lie hospitable. They ate their kanlgareoo. ldr.k It their water, and manllde Icthem ccrl ' l t. oree. After all wcas eclied, thlat the blacks might hiet get ;way in c I the night and t...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 16 January 1883

_OLAIBORNER $IUARDIAN. _ OL. .1 IHOER, LA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 16 1883. J 22. Tom f saser o eml: ,o year iLadve ,...... .........$0iu ij Iasreoatbe .............. 100 ,es ' 50 Teore of Adoirtkiqh: one square, of one inch in spae or less, _rst insertion, $1 00; each additionashuser too, r0n cents. " I ao. 2S s. 3 mos mom. year, at 1.r. ur l w3 $S' $7 to $t tea 6 96 0 11 16 00 $5 00 00 14 0o1O24 15 001 o • I 2 01 20 02 o :15 5000 ",*"urui 15 '21/0I "1 t00 50 o0 S l :5 00 430 16, 00 'r.,fes4ional and hbusiness cards, of ten 11..4 or I.,s in length, $15 per annum; for 0 L. numoths, $10: for three month~, $7. .esslue ave.rtisements of greaterlength ,it he ieserted at abore rates. I..gal a.tvertisementa will be charged at ;,l, rates, where fixed hiy law;otherwise (t pepinal ratcss as published above. :,-7 tlrial notices 20 cents per line. .',tneral noticea of less than ten lines. ,1 to ,rriage and religionns noticesinserted ,, It i4. I ,-ws ,rk executed in the neatest style. , , at reas...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 16 January 1883

CLAIBORNE GUARDIAN. OFFICIAL II0NAL. OF THE PARIHN . e lp. Mn, si 3. C. Lawtsmaue sto i. B. Wl.iEB A CO., Propr1eters. 3. mt. 145, stter. iness. LA., Tetsy- .. JS. 1, 1883. +md87---  , II l8 We have expeuedst every dollar we could raise in purchasing this ofee. If our readers will notice our terms, they will re that like all other papers, our subscription price is payable in advance, and while we do not propose to discontinue the paper to any one for the reason that the subscription lihas not been paid in advance, yet itit would be a great accommodation to us if all who can would pay in advance. We can not get printers to work on a credit. We caninot buy paler, ink and other printing material on a credit. In short, we can not rull without money. Our expensen muat be paid in cash. Hence we invite all who care to assist us by paying the subscription price of the paper in advance. It will beagreat belne. fit and accommodation to us. Job work neatly executed at this aflce. Terme invari...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 16 January 1883

THEG'UARDIAN. Cash Reseipts. Wre wig eonttaue to pablish moder this 'e..diag the mames of thee who each ee,"k pay up their sabsertptiona. This list ., iatended as a emuonraadam for the pro . :etieo of .luohelbesue agal4st pousible 'eerm tape .thape: WM Ahmls W 1F O F' ,Reid, y @o "B1 L ! W OC Cleve lad, 3 l l 4 U 1 I 4 ! P Odem, 6 00 li L Weil, 040 I W W Patterson, 290 W I Mlor,....... .......... 'l , Vem sereioe mete, to o thelton'e. Try Iornnn'i new steel ,shoe fer horses stnd UUlre. for the best meal.s gy to Browu's hotel soutlhwest corner piuble slqnre. - 1ryspep'ie. the bug-beatr of 'picereaen, Seill be relieved by Brnwne' Ilron litters. The youthful cular.cbeaut mand lustre are grad.lally reaturael to gray hair by l'ar ker' Haflir Balsam.. For pI',r w'iurs antd tilne old leignurn, r:ll ut Shelteon's. T. 1. lHamilton is still at Isis old stand w t er.' he ie fiilly iprepared to accommoel:ate " ti publielc with oiard and IUlegings. T''lure' is one thling ebout Il.smilton-h-e,...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 16 January 1883

F..s. Pests. The faeet that there is a great dif. firesee Ia the lastag qgalties of fece pos set ges, sad these that are t 1 aesseud, or that there is any preferace, a to the season for eattlag, i tee o ofte entirely overlooked by fhrmers; they use posts just as they chanee to have then; if they have them on hand all seaseoed at the time they wish to onue them, they set them, but if not, and they have them growing, they will eut them aad set them green. This is not good economy, for a post eat green and full of sap will not season well in moist earth, but in stead of drying it will soon begin to decay. It is better to season posts that are to be set in the earth, at least one year before setting; by so doing they will last nearly twice as long as posts out at the same sea son of the year, and set green; bnut a post out tn September, and Net green, will probably last nearly, if not quite as long as one ant in Martd or April, and seasoned a year before setting. There are more farmers ...

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