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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 26 July 1889

_e 2lrt LA., ____ fice $1 Ofcial Tour-al of Claiborne Parish. VOL.1. HOMER, LA., FRIDAY JULY 26, 1889. NO. 42\ Official Directory. ExLicFD STATi4 SENATons. IL Gibson, :Now Orleans. J B Enstis. New Orleans. REPI'rK.ENTATIVS. tyIpistcr W Wilkenson, Plaquemino .ad Diet. H Dudley Colenian, of Orleans Third District, E J Gay, of Plaqueinue rearth District, NC Blanhchard, Shr'pot ifth Dis. CJ Joatner, Ouchlita. 6 Dilst, SM IRoberteon, Baton Rouge FEDERIAL COtarT. Alck Boarmas, Slrerveport, Judge M BJanes, Shreveport, :Dist. Att'y Johb W Wheaton, Shreveport, Clerk AC Gibson, Shreveport, Marshall Sr.ArT OvIICPkhs. lT Nicholls, Governor. A.Jeffries, Lieutenant Governor, 1 F Masrn, Secretary of State. Oili B Steel, Auditor. W II Pipes, Treasurer. WE Rogers, Attorney General. JABreaux, 8nperin't Pub Educ'tn. SL'PRxME CourT. RBermndcz, N. 0. Chief Justice P Fuchse, St. James, .DUcEnery, Onachita ) >1.B Watkins, Red River tAssociates * C Penner, Orlern.. & obert J Wilson, Clerk COUnT OF A...

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 July 1889

IOMER UUARDIAN OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF CLAI BORNE PARISHIS, Of,-,! in the 011 P.,4 Odii Unibling* C. W. SEALS .& J. R. 1PHIPPS, Eurr.)s & Pnorntuirons. omnonrB, La, Friay......Ju1ly 26, 1889 --4** · A nnlImer of people have rc cently died in New Orleans from " sunstrokc. The Republicans will hold their convention in the Third I)ktrict on the 5th of August. There will be nine legal execu tions of the death penalty in this state within the next 60 days. Chicago, I1l., has a population exceeding on million and is sec.)nd cnly to New Yoirk. Two old maids living in New York coinmmitted suicide a few days nago, giving as their reason that there is nothing in this lilfe to induce an old maid to care for living. -- -- -*e.--- Ex-Governor John M. Stone has been nominated by the Demo crats for governor of Miss. Stone was once beforre governor of M1is sissippi and has a splendid r x ord. It is startling strange how the hope of a little money will help things sometimes. Had it not been for ...

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 July 1889

1EO U GIAIIAN. IPLIJSIIED EVERIY FRIDAY. 0ER, - LOUISIANA. a atnoiti:c': 1Ie a I!he, Tr:asilent I eriiiieits. 91 ?ti per spiare for iisertion aJi 75c fur each subno cu iertj:iF . Obitualtin.s, ce(1 t tIie sitpl11 notice, , gesd for at r 1g:tkir iat.-, g$radning or r, ;ular adver iMernents tkan by splracl cn,tI wt. LOCAL ITEMlS. onisni;a t:`te Lottery tickct for 1 Iale at W;iard' . PI. [oewolI!; 1'0i l1:1r housie is ,,adqiu:rters for Io('il goods and irare arpins. G this dt:h e a tric! nd .o wills ave money in "ho touture. jss Isda W'ii, ol bibbs:). is vis iting her friieadl :at AhIi:.oa this week Do you 1 anl Jta goodl.wagon! for 3 Kmial l poUnct of cashi If so, P1'. Lowoi-iuberg On accomIliodlte you. Prof. "1. M\arin is now abei nt at .ownSvilce iiinthe initere t of the laiborne (ollege. Just Receiied. P. Loeweuberg hIas juis recwiveiId two . rlo4as of ith. celobrated Lod.onhau, f Tenuunes W:+gonsa. Ilse -ws'ill dc1: kam aIow figures. e learn through Dr. :l. '. o of this place? tha...

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 July 1889

HOMER GUARDIAN - -------- -----¶i1: OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF CLAL- i' BORNE PARISH, ti 0 Omee In the Oild P1.ist Oie a Builing' ii [I C. W. SEALS & J. R. PIIIPPS, 01 EDITORS & PROP'RIETORS. g tl u Homer, La, ce ci Friday......July 26, 1889 it (4 Why Should We Have a Y. X. Ai C. A. In Homer? s8 vi God has bound us all up in one ai bundle; the weeds on the street h side of the fence, if neglected, will a! soon be growing in the garden. o But how are the churches to reach this class, who loath the q very nameof "church." Y We must certainly do so by ft some means more attractive to o01 them than the prayer-meetings, C and if they are not reached, the Y safety of the family is endanger cl ed. Even selfish interests plead T for this class. o01 What is wanted by well to do I' selfish people, and I fear we have c1 some of them in IIomer-is their tU J7d''`h'Ie. 'is "my John" that W they work and pray for. Save "my s! John" from drunkenness; "keep ti him from the horror next door." oI Now...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 2 August 1889

m . Ts~ih.c J-1.:% O~fficial Toxrnal1 of 01s~ilea·~ rn ~S_·`a i"ico VOL. ; HOMER, LA., FRIDAY AUG. 2, 1889. 3. . Oilicild 1) Iji'f'etory.'V 1{ . (Gib>.i, e.. O: LAW&n. 211d D)i t it 1 º.tAlt . * ic :;an, % ' ' (ft.,,, ný i Third Ii~t~t ;.I (nyr, c(4 i;;},' i j'~o:rthII )i.?rict '; (' l.ulc:Laid, ?riul1ji~t Fifbh tiIAI ( Vuu;. h # BI g J.,nt';. 141.1o~';,,1' t, D .)ut Attt; I ti JoluniW t\ W~cuto, ý!enc:v )oipt, Clerk - A C (ii.mcun, flc\·ve)ort, Ma;urcha11 J.L.. Jit t'rit", i.ivut.. nii t ( 'ov ruror, L Fr }t ; rj. c, (!t:i c ! : ,C St..te. Ollie B St.1 Ailt I t( }[l(igre Att :r y !y': ocraºl. J A Ifrc::p x, *" j.( 1. P tluttu. CS;;'u'uzuu (Jnicru Elrri u'<id., N. 0. (": ic Juustce B Sl' M',E:, S,. Jam O L I VuI1ii;N, 1i wt ., u tr Ai Yi)Cittt - l a b c r t J % :l'1.n l, ( h i Juhn C Moncett i', hiiirevepurt d A L (Georgeo , Mliudcuu °J dee j3arizdi'a 1uud 'i'imo. of Court. Caddo: First Mondays iv Jantuury and asaier: Third Mondfys in January and June. Webester: I"i;.1t M1...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 2 August 1889

IOMER IGUARDIAN OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF CLAI BORNE PARISH, Ofice in the 011 Post 0IB o Building* C. W. SEALS & J. R. P'IIIPPS, EDITons & PnornuaTous. Eomer, La, Friday.....Aug. 2,1889 The greatest physician of the age Is Billy Muldoon. There will he great cffortss in the next Legislature to reduce the expenses of our state government. The time is not far distant when North Louisiana will have five times as many railrords as she has now, The negro man claiming to be Christ Is stihl demoralizing the laborers near Savannah Ga., This is a case that needs the attention of the white Caps. The next session of congress I will likely order that the remains of the confederate dead be removed I to the national cemeteries. There I can be no perfect reunion with a divided grave yard. Education is a great thing, hut it will not solve the race problem in these United States. It don't make a man entirely new nor con vert oie race into a distinct and different race. The Educational Convetion of ...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 2 August 1889

ilOlE U GUARDIAN. I One -- On o'cl arOU I'UCfLISIIED EVERY FRIDAY. alarn near lOME1ER, LOUISIANA. whit B y tl f:ram frain on ti ADVERTISING TERM.IIS. tle Lucal notlcce10e lOc a line, Trlnusieit of th Adrctrtisemlents, $1.00 per sqnare for part Srst insertion and 15e for each subse- A. I 1quent insertion. for t Obituaries, except the simple notice, hot, elhargd for at regular rates. in a Standing or regular advertisements tlli taken by special contract. ept Lou LOCAL ITEMS. may as t Lnui:.-:itLa State Lottery tickets for sale at Ward's; co con tall The febler pulling season has the come ani the farmers are busy. t( P. Iewenlarg's popular house is a, brndq;uarters for goodutl goods and rare bargaiu$. Give this house a trial and the you will sarce nonoy in the future. coT sto Mr. W. W. Blrowu is now oc roea cupying the Vaughn house in the ncighborhood of the Masonic col- '"h lege. col Just Ileceived. t P. Loewcnhlerg has just received two car load: of tho celebrated Ludonhaus a and Ten...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 2 August 1889

IIOMER GUARD)IAN OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF CLAI- y 111 BORNE PARISII, m - 01 Office in the Oll Post Oil o rnhiiiding. 01 w C. W. SEALS & J. R. PIIIPPS, l Bbl EnTons & rnmonnrot)PA. 41 8zon', La, ti s1 Friday......Aug. 2,1889 tl ill Shoe Trade Tricks. "I want a pair cf French kidl button boots. Let me seethe very Sl best you have.." "Th'lis way, iplease; lhere they s are; made by Ready, SaWe & Co; the very best in the market. C What size did you say," a' "I wear three's, slim." h "Ah! here we are; now, then. Fits you like a glove. If I had e( taken your measure I couldan' ti have done better." a "They seem to be all right. By the way, are these the same mnike d of shoes that Mrs. Lightfoot wears?" W "WVell, to tell the truth, no. a ,She always w'anrs a make that k 'YsiLs a dollar a pair more." "But you sait these were the very best?" 'For wear and quality-se they "Then why should Mrs. Light foot pay a dollar extra for hers?" "Why, she won't have any other it shoe but Fitem &...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 9 August 1889

- . - .. .ý. _ e_.--- ____ __ _-----.- - --ý. __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __-__ ..__________rwu +rýr rr ýý w ; -, - - w.. rice $1. Official 7nur1al of Claioor-af Pris ne VOL.1. HOMER, LA., FRIDAY AUG. 9, 1889. NO. 44. Official Diroc 'ry. T"stIr:I SrTATES MENATUtS. RtI Gibson, New Orlents. .11 Elstis. iew Orleans. :El:P1UI:iENT.lr:YES. 'ro, Did'. W bVilkenson, Plaqicmine Na Dist.11 iDull y Coleman, of Orleans Third District, E J Gay, of Plnqnenline Fourth District, N C llanebard, YlSh'pot Fifth Dim. C J lDo-tner, Onachita. 4th Dist, S M lobertaon, Bnton Rouge FIrDn;.AL CoUnT. Aleck Boarm n, Shreveport, Judze S Joirie, Stireveport, Diet. Att'y i John W Whoaton, Shrevoeport, Clerk . AC Gibson, Shreveport, Marshalnl c .rt" Oralcnts. T Nicht:li , Governor. Jss. Jeffric, Licutenant Governor, L F YasO:., Secretary of Stnte. Ollie iB Slol, Auditor. W 11 P'ipes, Treasurer. WH l:otery, Attorney General. J A Breaux, Snperin't Pub Educ'tn. 6truan~ COURT. l dirriniidiz, N. 0. Chief ...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 9 August 1889

_____ -~ LARHAN [ .ON. - -- -A- -1A OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF CLAI BORNE PARISH, Office ii the Old Post Oflie Building. C. W. SEALS & J. R. P1IPP1S, EIrDIT1s & Pnormeronus. 2ame0', La, Friday......Aug. 9,1889 Nearly half of the stnte officials are off enjoying leaves of absence. Money- maker Wannamaker came very near getting killed by a train of cars a few days since. The people of Caddo will vote on the qulestion of building a new Court House to-morrow. The Picayune says: "''The Mis sissippi lawyers will now show the big fellow what legal sparring is." A horse with the hydrophobia, created a great sensation and alarm in Chicago recently, iHe bit two men and eight horses. William Grant, of New Orleans, has been aplpointed District At torney for the Eastern District of this state, to succeed Mr. Par lange. The Lafayette prisoners hare been taken from the New Orleans jail and carried back home and placed under a guard awaiting the preliminnery investigation. The Farmers' Union now i...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 9 August 1889

IIO11EK GUARDIAN. T'IILisHlEt) PVlAlEr FRIDAY. 13!1E1R, - LO'ISIANA. Al) tI ERITIS'f TERMfS. Local noticcs] 0ce a line, Transient Adveetiscueuts, $1.00 per square for tirst insertion andt 75e fur each subse quent insertion. Obituaries, except the simple notice, charged for at vt-gutlar rates. Stalnding or regular advertisemlents tankn by special contract. LOCAL ITEMS. Ditrict Att. Mctcleudon and J. ,W. I oll)ert, esq., are attending court in Farmnerville this week. If you want a goad hat, go to Bridge' man, Collier & Co's. They have jfst roeeived their fall and wintor stook. Our weather profit now predict an early fall with frost the 1st of Otobecr. Go tto1lrildgman, Collior & Ce's for Calitorntia Fruit Chewing Gum. Louisiaua State Lottery tickets for Pale nt Ward's. P. Loewcuberg's popula:r house is headquarters for good goods and rare bargaina. Give thid house a trial and you will save money in the future. The colored boys charged with burning the town have all been re lea...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 9 August 1889

HOMER GUARD)IAN OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF CLAI BORNE PARISH, Office in the Old Post Ofli e Building C. W. 8EALS & J. R. PIIIPPS, EnrTORS & PROrIIRTORS. Homer, La, Friday......Aug. 9,1889 --4".-.- Our Judiclay System. Editor Caucasian: You have heard a great deal during your lire of "born doctors, "born" poets and "born" orators; but, sir, there are more "born" lawyers to the equare toot in Louisiana than in all the other States of the Union put together. The number ot Tom Blackstones, Dick Lyttletons and hiarry Cokes aloating around the country at large is only exceeded by the rab bit crop of Australia, or the English sparrow harvest of North America. From our cradles up, sir, we have copiously absorbed malaria and jurisprudence in this glorious. z!:jrn, r' iiilgidania, uintil the smallest country editor in the State can sit on the Constitution of 1879, and, with the clerity of a patent incubator, evolve a judic iary system which will paralyze the ablest judges on the bench 'and t...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 23 August 1889

VOL. 13. -. HOMER, LA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1889- .. Official Directory. U.IDIr, ST.ITi S EN. Oins8. tL Gibson, New Orleans. 1 B Eustis. New Orleans. EIRE' RESENTATI VEJ . ",%rst DistT W Wilhenscon, PAt14omine .'nd Dist. 1H tindley Coleman, of Orleans Thirw District, E J tay, of Plaquemine toarlh District, N C Blanchard, Shrapot Fifth Di. C J IJatncr, Ouachita. thb Dist, h i,,obertsno, Baton Rouge FEDERAL COURT. Aleak Boarman, Shreveport, Judge M 8 Jones, Shrevoponr, ". Att' Jhn W } ov, ShrevC ,,rt, Clerk C C .GibF' lh P,Fepbrt, Marshall SrATE. Or vcEns. - T Nichells, Governor. Jag. Jeffries, Lieutenant Governor, T F )asor., Secretary of State. Ollie B Steel, Auditor. ' H ;ipes, Treasurer. it Rogers, Attorney General. J A Broaux, Snperin't Pub Educ'tn. ScPRaEME CoURT. E )ierdrez, N. O. Chief Justice EP Pocthe, St. James, SD MeEuery, Onachith L ; Watkins, Redt River Associates C C Feitaer, OrleIs, Robert J Wilson~, Clerk COURT OF APPEALS. First Circuit. Jobs C HIoncure, Shreveport...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 23 August 1889

C. W. SEALS & J. II. PIIt'I'S, EIIr'.s & PIorPInerous. Entered at the I'ostofice at Honmer Louisiana, as Second-Class Matter. O¢cial Journal of Claib:rne Parish. Ofice in the Old Post Oflice Building. Fli day...... Aug. 23,1889 There is an old Indian living in San Francisco, known as "Old Gabrial. who is said to be 150 years old. New cotton is being received in different parts of the state every week. The prices range from ten to twelve cents per pound. Boulanger, the great French politician, has been convicted, but we (do not know what the crime was nor the penalty is. --------'-b- -- t It has been decided by the authoritics of England that the American lady Mrs. Maybrick recently convicted of poisoning her husband, will nort be hung. The new crop ot rice Is now being harvested in South Louis iana. It is better than expected, but considerably later than last year. Great preparations are being made for the Shreveport Fair which comes off in October. The directors are determ...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 23 August 1889

f 11 AJWDF TISING TERM1S'. ti oCCStt, 111o;2 ino,3 n' (1 is6 o I S r i ac. _ . - 50 ,$3.Ob I.00 $6.0.i. 0 I.Oo sinets "i x.Sti 4.50 6.00t10.00 l:ºlGii m b O(i, bb.O4JtOJOI' 8 1 .00 . 2o 100 4 icbe " ' .I 12.0. l5.Ot(tu.oo. 25 00 - chi,-- to, 'l ,.O L. 20.0 0:3.O o 15..o - 3annhm. I5Oi!.5 .0 0 0:'0 0.0( 60.00 0.10 0 . colan 15 ,0135.00015.0'60o.00; too.o0 . l.- - --- - ------ - -1' -L oll InelsO ) l 0e a lin;, Tranllnic t i~tvertisemruel:ts, $l.t0 per aquaro for i ntt inertion ani, 75e for each sutb - ti Fiot insertion. o0 Sbituaries, cxcept the simlle notice, tl tl LOCAL ITERS. 1 by.ty mutual consent the printing J amtract heretofore existing between the proprietors Co this paper andl . 8. J. Maffcett has Ibee disslv S- tand he has withdrawn fron the n Iet , We have secured the serv- ' .a 9f iMr. Oscar P. Ogi ie, an a e- p ienced printer of Shiport, Sact As foreman in the office. HIe 'b ol of the neatest and best job , Fprinters in the state, and the (UAR -js Job Otice is n...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 23 August 1889

ibe Qharbiau. PUBLISHIIED EVERY FRIDAY. HOI3ER, - LOUISIANA. - -- - - TIHE PRESS. Items Culled from the Columns of Louisiana Journals. Put your Paris green on early in the morning or late in the even 1 ing so that the moisture on the cotton leaf will cause it to stick anid keep it fromo blowing off. It is said that the Republican ( nomination in the Third District cost Minor $3~0,000. Buying ne- ] groes is a costly business when ] they are delegated to a conven- ] Lion, and there are rival purchlas ers.9, The carpenter who was build- I ing a scaffold at Lake Charles on I which a man was to be hung lost I his balnnce by a loose plank giv ing away, and came near provid ing two dead men instead of one. Hon. N. C. Blanchard is as good a hunter as he is a politi cian. With a party of friends he succeeded In killing, last week, fifteen deer in Natchitoches and Sabine parishes. We hiave heard of "educated fools." We are often reminded tf the quotation, "There are things lioratio, not found...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 30 August 1889

VOL 1 . HOMER, LA., FRIDAY, AUGST 30, 1889 VOL. 13.1 HIOMER, LA., IFRIDAY, AUGUST 30!, 1889. :NO. tL, Official Directory. UNITe) STATERI SENATOR:S. R$ L Gibson, New Orleans. J B Enstis. iew Orleans. ri EPESENT.rTIVES. First Diit.T cW WVillenson, Plaquemine B3d Diet. II Dudley Coleman, of Orleansn Third District, E J Gay, of Plaquemine Fourth District, N C Blanhbard, Shi'pot Fifth Dis. C J Boatner, Onachita. 6th Dit, S M Robertson, Baton Rouge Fr.DERAL COURT. Aleck Boarman, Shreveport, Judge M 8Jones, Shreveport, Dist. Att'y Jobs W Wheaten, Shreveport, Clerk AC Gibson, Shreveport, Marshall SrATe OIvcEsc:s. F TNicholls, Governor. Jas. Jeffries, Liontenant Governor, L F Masso, Secretary of Stato. Ollie B Steel, Auditor. W H Pipes, Treasurer. lW B Rogers, Attorney General. J A BreamX, Supcriu't Pub Educ'tn. l crlYsUEM COJURT. SBermudez, N. 0. Chief Justice EP Poche, St. James, BD eEnery, Onachita L B WVutkiis, Rod Riiver Associates CC Fenner, Orleans iebart J Wilson, Clerk Count OF AI'P...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 30 August 1889

-~- -T~ 4- ______~_ ------------------ C. W. SEATI & J. d; PII S, 1' !ict l at the PJo's ofl ,o reat I oitr La a.s EcIo a Uia 5 MatiCer ___________________________________ -- - -- L Ofi~a! b:?nrna7 +f oie Tairish. Friday ..-.- .Aug. 30,1889 A coloire 1an in AL blny G .. htas servedl twnc~tyor).{ t Frms in jail for flhti n:. Thel~re ::re( n.id Ar: kanshn s whio lraw pn;: ,io s fin tihe t deri'i Bove:nrnmsnt. T'IHe priaers ily there n:rc 213 clubs of womflufnlin the city of New Oirlcns xdot'tdc to the study ot p0oliticwal economy. iirain lhas been ear'ried nback to Pmmr' is Mies., and released un dert $2000 to appuler at the next term of thIe co(i0t. Slhr,:v'cprt now ha3 a saunage factory, so tihe people of the bustling little city will no longer havIe to ship their sausage fr in St.. Lcuis. Great preparations are being made to celebrate the one hundred and third anniversary of )Davy (Croekett's birth day, near Lime Ston:e TeInneqssee. To Co(l. A. D. B., C(ucssian: IBruish the cob...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 30 August 1889

lD· R RT1ISJTNG TFRM8. 1IiSlI , *4ls t! 93.0 ; $t n0 r { C ei t -" ` . 1.50 r ;. A I0 .tt( 1. 431.0 4 inebMh- . 10.- 1.0 (5) O inches.- ( I 5.1), :l 20.00 s:'s.0 j in"ch 'd - 1 (,I(': ' :' 0.0114 ()."0 (;0.0(). I ,lh')nan i 30 ý.(l0! 15 t' .).I ( 100 )Lel itiCee I1. a iine, Tran1ient ýIvertisemnents, 1.00 per square for iret inscrtion andl 7"c for each subse quent itse'rtion. Obitnarie$, excepit tlitpl InOatice1 , chargd for at ric.'lar r;at.s. LOCAL ITEiMS. c Leu in I1.r p r at Hielplialu's. '- --------- -- . I Fias Sweet 'xtern c'. "!conlded? Lou'siaua State Lottcr;' ticket' for ale at Wardl' s. Yrtsh L3:;!1t th.; To up 0,,e14 just '.e ceivcd et Si Clt'nx:'. Mverti"e l'i tle (uxunDIA . It il1pay you. Go toG. (. Gii's f>r Drn.s, Patent )j*4ciicB, Paints, 0ail, &C. Iadies'llats at ls- than cost at Mrs. j zise Taylor's. A revival will .take plae at the Methodist church next week. Now :, the time to get new Hats at Iu. tha i cost. Call at ount on Mrs. iate Tay!or. P. Loewe a br...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 30 August 1889

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. HO1MER, - LOUISIANA. A THENS. A Town Famous for its Longov ity-A Good Story Well Matched. ATHENS, Ga., Aug, 17.- "I come of a family that never dies," said Mr. Shackleford, a far mer who lives near Athens. The remark above quoted was made in the store of E. L. Smith & Co. of Athens. Continuing, Mr. Shackle ford said: "I have now an uncle living in this couutry, Mr. Walls, who is eighty odd years old. He is as hale and hearty aman as you would want to see. His weightis about 160 penounds, and he is a better man to day than most of the young farmers of this sec tion." "Oh, well," said Mr. George 'Icas, who was present, "that is nothing. There are a number of mon who reach that age and retain their strength." "Don't be in a hurry now,'' said Mr. Shackleford, "let me finish my account of the family. "This man I am speaking of is but a young man yet, his father lived to reach the age of 103 years." "Oh, well now, that will sorter do," said a gentleman who was ...

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