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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 10 January 1890

V O L . 13, . .. HOMER, LA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 10 1890,. "tI .. i --- I I NR1, vr eAn-, . .. -- .----.- . ... . Staple and Fancy Groceries CLOTIIING AND DRY GOODS, LADIES' DRESS GOODS, B . I. COIER ! GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, _ CARPETS AND RUGS. Goods delivered to any part of Hom er Free of Charge. Next Thirty-Five Days. For tihe next Thirty-Five Days I will offer you some rare Bargains in a great many lines of Goods as I am determined to reduce my stock. Come and see, as I mean exactly what I say. G. G. GILL., aNov. 14th, 1889. Artistic and Original Designs in Novelties T Fine Clothing, Gent's tFurnishing Goods and Hats. too k Large, Varied and Complete. JORDAN & BOOTH, "1is Txam Street, Shreveport, - - - La. il Dpliaeste New Orleans and St. Louis Prices. giThe only American asn Shin reveport dealing in this kind of Goods. Country Orders solicited. LORSHEIIM BRoS -WHOLESALE DEALERS IN y Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes and Hats. 104-61244-18 LEVEE Street 8HREVEPORT, - - LA. 'Duptiest...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 10 January 1890

__c 5nuarbiau. C. W. sE M.s. O. P. O ;ILVIE. SEALS & OGILVIE, Pl'PI: ET'OUIS. Elntered at the Postoticee at hlomer Louisiania, as becontl-Class fMatter. Official Journal of Claiborne Parish. Office L'p-Stairs in the t litgltan (hladiey Brick liuildiiig. Friday......Jan, 1890. The negroes are said to ibe leaving South Carolina and going to Florida in large colonies. A large delegation from this z state is :it Washington this week 1 for the purpose of seeing that the tariff is not taken off of sugar. Joseph II. Choate, counsel for the heirs of A. T. Stuart in the famous will case, was lately paid $150,000 for his services. Statistics show that the num- C ber of miles of railway extension t for the year 1889 wits less than i any year since 1885. t The last qui'rter of the nine- ~ teenth century will be noted in af- a ter years for an age in which all t kinds of trust and moneyed cor- a porations thrived. e Alexander Ilamilton, a grand- , oap of the Revolutionary States- n man, died...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 10 January 1890

iEc 65uarbim. AD FERTIAING TRERJf. I.xcl:. I l0io;2 io;: 1110!6 nmi I 1, t inch.. . .1.50i  3.00i1. 0 rG0 600 10. 00 2 inches.. '2.50 4.50! 6.00;10.O0 15-.00 4inches..) 600 8.00110.00:15.o0 20.00 6 inches..! 5.00 12.00j 15.00 20.00 2500 Sluiches.. 10.00 15.0012(1.00:30,{001 35.00 4 colninn.13.00 25.00 30.00 !10.001 0000 1 column . 5.0035.000)l 0 0.) 00 100.00 Loctl notnces 10 a, lineic, 'T'ratnsicnt .dvcrtisetcients, 41.00 per sqcln:re fiJr first insertion amnl 75c for each subse qncnt insertion. Obituaries, except the simple notice, chargecl f~r at regular rates. Ii LOCAL ITEMS. t NOTICE. The GtARIMAS offi(ce is now locat ed up-stairs in the Clingman-Glad- t ney brick building, Southsidc pub- I lic square. Drummers are as thick in Hlomer as the hair on a monkey's tail. Yellow and White Onion Sets, Lan- v droth's Garden Seeds at Sherard & Bou- t Mr. R. F. Taylor has returned from Bossier. sI R. W. Collier has just receoved a fresh stock of Garden Seeds. Call on C him. Dick Tay...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 10 January 1890

PUBLISIIED EVERY FRIDAY. II(3MER, - LOUISIANA January 10, 1890. LINES Selected by Mrs. Parmelia Goode nough, who died at Brattlebnr, Vt., January 8th, 1836, expressive of her feelings at the approach of death. It is a solemn task to wait beside The couch of the departing-to kneel down And wipe the death-damps from her cold white brow Of those we love-to moisten the dry lips, And grasp the hand, too feeble to return L'be slightest pressure-and to see the lid irow fixed and motionless above the eye In utter hopelessness to sit and mark Each lessening pulse throb faint and fainter still, And know and feel that man can do no morel lbr even the voice of - sometimes Is heard above the wamlings of distress. There have been those who triumphed when they died A form stood by and whispered .words rhe living may not hear, and served the soul Of feeble women patiently te boar Nature's last throee of mortal agony. And there was owN--a mother, sister, friend, Who taught, while dying, more exalted...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 17 January 1890

L Uft E F uatdt . 7 VOL_ 1H3E - ---H-M .. Ho~ER, LA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 17,-1890, No... --THE- HOMER GUARDIAN Published Every Friday, at HOMER, - LA. OFFICIAL.- JOURNAL Of Claiborne Paneb., e tuarMiir an. Offers unequnlned inducements to Advertiscers. a, it circulates large. Iv throughout this section of Lntislhana. WRITE FOR RATES F t4 I IIMNTII D No' l uppre favorably with St. Lo w.r Ol'e# OIaaa a id k e , •. ·o ,' :  .' ~' ··r'''· -- .. _= ..... .. .............. Staple and Fancy Groceries ? CLOTIING AND DRY GOODS, LADIES' DRESS GOODS, I. I. COLII ! - GENTS' FURNISIIING GOODS, CARPETS AND RUGS. Goods delivered to any part of Ihom er Free of Charge. Next Thirty-Five Days. For the next Thirty Five c Days I will otfer you some rare r Bargains in a great many lines 1 of Goods as I am determined I to reduce my stock. Come o and see, as I mean exactly s' what I say. lE G. G. GILL. ' Nov. 14th, 1889. t4 - u _ le le S lin rtistic an Original Designs in ovelties ed is-e Clothin, Gent's -. ...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 17 January 1890

SIl ,q pe vi C. W. ,.I( P. Y oimILII., Time SEALS & OGILV'IE, men ---- ..the e Euteqnl at the Postlofice at Iloaer vere ].ouisia;n:l, as eeoid-Class ,Ma;tter. ,lO'( -- --.---- -._- . _ "...........- .... . Sim S Official Journal of Claiborne Parisi. e,n . . .... . ... .. . . . - _ . " -= - --1_ Z 2 - - Otfihe U'p-Stairs in the ('ling.n: tu a we a (;ludney Brick Building. riday ......Jan. 17, 1890. to a F r a- - - -- -T o s hist John M. Stone was inaugurated h governor of Mississippi last Mon- cyl day. Henry Grady was the the most sago popular man of the South, it not and of the whole eount:y, at his death. T'hei 'l- ime The Conrier Journ:l says: fom "There are a number of men in utl eongrees who are blinder than I)r. IucF Mil!burn." Atln The practice of pooling together. pe' and standing in with each other t'1s seems to be the greatest evil of Bog the oge. - the Regulatorism sems to be at an i end in South and West Louisiana. tick Enforcing the law in those parts to v had a w...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 17 January 1890

tbc ! barbian. - - -.--. , . . . . . .. AI.)EI 'l4ING 2l' J TE1'R:. I cul:. I 2 1 oi ii o 1 :l n i )j, 1 r' I iich.i . - 1.5 0''- 1 (t I.It.t i.l5 - u : .; 01O d2 icin ys.. '2..ý!3 4..'i0 (i.00 10.0(0t 1 .1)i 4 iiclites . (;l I ,Ol 10 00) 15.)1 oU 00 Ii i lce-s.. n.00 i2.Ud' 1.02t)t.0 I 2; U0 Situclie.. h 100 I5. u.20.t00ii .(lll :335.0 j cIuimnn. 15.u0igl.00.010.0 1.0 60.00 I cýllimn . A ..14;:35.1;.th145l.44 ii 1.0('1 0.00 iLocal ntlic)s IUC ia Ii Tn, Irusieint Aldvertislements, $1..O per sl01are for first insertion iltl 7el for each inabac queut iinscrtiun. Obiniiu~ies .vxcept the simple notice, chi:rgl ti at reglg r rates. NOTICE. The (GuAlnIAN office is now locat ed up-stairs in the Clingmlan-Glad ney brick building, South side pub lic fell uare.t JOvercoats have eeg i very pea ant. R. L. Collier has just receivedt a fresh stoxk of Garden Seeds. Cult on Quite a heavy rain, fullowed by wind, fell last unday. Fresh Onion ets ati R. W. Collier'r. Jllr.y Je biss Jle the way, w...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 17 January 1890

PUBLISIIE1) EYERY FRIDAT. IO.11ER, - LOUISIANA January 17, 1890. Sam Jones in New Orleans. The farmer as he sows his seed must he impressed with their like ness to the seeds of love sown by thoe Lord. The dry goods merchant measuring off Ihs cloth with hir vardstick must see that each is an :.pproach toward the end and to ward eternity. The grocer weigh ing his goods in his scale must think of the handwriting on the wall: Mene, mene, tekel, uphiarsin. The lawyer must ponder over the question whether he has an advo ,.ate in Heaven. The school tea cher instructing the little chbi .Iren must think of his own possi ,iliteis for instruction by Christ, an truths of which Socrates never dreamed and Plato never thought. Mr Jones told of the importance ,.f the Bible to mankind, and then aid a few kind words about preachers, whom he had pitched into a little at previous sermons. lie had heard all kinds of prea cehers-white, black and red igno rant and learned-and he never vet heard one preach...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 24 January 1890

VOL. 13i H "" A" n , "..'' A_ __ S_ FO _R CASH! -4301K-I- NEXT THIRTY DAYS.... il.* 30X E ARE BOUND to raise money and in order todoso wehave hav ecided to sell for the 1NEXT THIRTY DAYS our large stock of General Merchandise at COST Sfor . CASnt. Our stock comprises Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, Furniture, Boots, Shoes, Iats, Gents' F and, in ct, everything to be foun i a first-class General Merchandise Store. --........................................... . ............................. ... ........ W . J . T A Y L _ _ _ __AT'lll DOTS.· · W. J. T A Y LO R &8 SON. , . .g I . . . , - *,* nn .. -a- m - - -·-m Staple and Fancy Groceries! CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS, ti L GOODS, 91 UGS. -h to. 'm ext rty-ve Days. Days I will offer you some rare se to reduce my stock. Com co .. - ' .I, Nov. .4th, 1889.l it sio and m tsnd Iola MC . ofa Wh( C loni will God a pih am deter.pre to &cdlie COtkc i, wime i iin---4,!aLE I·en- s~lv1s ~ L -~--·· ----- ~-~-.---- -----·-,-_. ~ sa w ...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 24 January 1890

- ~gos! C, W. nEA.lS. o. i' OOGILVIE. i SEALS & OGILVIE, in a rI:pP HIEoIr.TI: . Einircl at the IPostlofice at looner soIn J.Lotuiiana, as Second-ClaMn Matter. the Oicial Joural of Claiberae Parish. pp Office U'p-Stairs in the (lingmanl p (laduey Brick Building. re:u .- cha rid .....Jan. 24.1890. kan Inn: A shingle machine at Lacompte, bail La., recently made 180,000 shingles Nor in one day. All Mr. Fairfax, or the Item, and hult Dupree. of the States, have settled gri their differences without the held as of honor. Fro A general boycotting businese wlu is going on between the business men of Shreveport and the rail- lea' roads running in that city. to i A nephew of the late Judge Mi Terry was shot and instantly kill- son ed in a riot at Galveston, Texas, a it few days since. Ohr Walker Blaine, son of the Plum tlhi ed Knight, died a few days since. fit 1 lie had a more savory ieputation as i than his father before him. bui Mr. Chas. J. Morton, of Lisbon, pro passed through Homer...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 24 January 1890

A DitET71SING TERM. 11Ui.n l Io;f moil .*In 6 ti,, II Y'r 1 inch.. . .1.50 $.004.00 O$6.(0l.000 2 lllchcs.. 2.501 4.50 6.00 10.00 15.00 4 inchbes.. G 0 1d.001 0 UO.(15.00 20 0 6 inaehes.. .I 12.00 15.00'20.00 25 00 8 Inchet.. 10.00 1:.00 20.00:130.00 3.0) { coln an. 15.001 25.00(10.00140.00 60.00 I column . '5.00i1:15.00 h 45.014i1.tI 00.00 Local motices 10u a line, Transient Advertisemenlts, $1.00 per square for first instertion mard 75t for each subec quent insertion. Obituarihs, except the simple notice, charg ld for at regular rates. LOCAL ITEMS. NOTICE. The GUA:.IIIA oliee is n110 loeat ed up-stairs in the Ciingmnan-Glad Itey brierk buihllng, Soutll side pub lie ýlquare. Get your v.lisuo at McCotkkle lBro's. You can gte plants pot.tot in 4,5 and 6 inch pots at White's Green Hlouse. District Attorney McClendon has been attettding court at Ruston for several days. IR. W. Collier has just received a fresh stock of Garden Seeds& Call on hi m. Mr, tG. G. Nelson is rejoicing o...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 24 January 1890

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. J(31lE, - LOUISIANA January 24, 19S0. The American Flag. The recent discussions concern. ing the alteration of the U'nited States flag, in recognition of ',ie admission of the new states into the union, naturally .provoked a certain amount of inquiry into the history of the stars and stripes. The general facts in regard to the adoption of the national flag are more or less well known, includ ;ng the much debated question as to whether or not the emblem owes its present form to the tact that the fminily arms of George Washington included the stars and stripes that are now so famil iar. IHowever this mar be, it is certain that the flag was, by nut ofcoagress passed June 14,1767, established as having 13 red and wvhite stars in9 blue field, and the .stars. instead of being the six pointed stars of heraldry, as they are on our coins, are, and always have been, the fire pointed stars .f( Washington's coat of arms known in heraldry as "mullets." The flag was on Jan...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 31 January 1890

VOL. 13.-- HOMIER, LA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1890. _ TAYLOR __N! AT COS FOR CASH --30o-,I NEXT THIRTY- YX I4 ,3O4s (<30 E ARE BOUND to raise money and in order todoso wave dcide to ell the NEXT THIRTY DAYS our large stock of General Merchandise at COS -- forc . Our stock comprises Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, Furniture, Boots, Shoce, Hats, -ý G;-/ gand, in fact, everythin1g to be found in a first-class General Merchandise Store. .Gents' Furn-s'i.ng GooAls, J "YL AT COST <..... XW. J. TAYLOR & S. Staple and Fancy Groceries! CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS, LADIES' DRESS GOODS, f - _ _ _ _ _ _ ,,."G .ý" 4 GS GRTS' FUR tcSH tNG GOODS, AAPET LND RUGS. ads ~hivered to any part of Horm &Free of Charge. * --- .- - . -.... . ...-: Next Thirty-Five Days. "' i ,4,'For the next ThirtyS-Five Days I will offer you some rar'e Bargains in a great many lines r .x . of Goods as I am determined to reduce my stock. Come and see, as I mean exactly Swhat Isay. G. G. GILL. 1 Nov. 14th, ...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 31 January 1890

C. W. sEALS. O. P. OGILVIE. SEALS & OGILVIE, PROl'PIETOis. Entered at the IPogtoffice :t lHomer Louisina, as Second-Clan, Matter. Official Journal of Claiborne Parish. Office Up-Stairs in the Clingian laduney Brick Building. .- r·- -. .L._L ' --r---'nL:-:. Friday ......Jan. 31, 1890. The Senate of the United States has passed the direct tax hill. Jake KIllrain is now in train ing for another pugilistic con test. .... -.@~t- .... Warmoth being sick of the grippe, his case is being held in abeyance by the senate committee. It is not likely that anything will be done with the tariff laws by the present c:ongress. It just took Nellie Bly 72 days and six hours to make her trip around the world. --- 0- The census of all the American states iill be taken during 1i1, month of June. Congressman Blanchard is supporting a bill to establish a public building at Alexandria. The wholesale loss of meat over nearly all the Southern states will no doubt have some effect on the meat market. W...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 31 January 1890

A . .. I )i o1 iLl. SA D !"EI2,7'IT, I1'D.E ;J. " N 1cllI.:.4. 1 1110 " lII10 : lili ii I 1e.i ) 1 r fincuh.. . +1.5(' 3:t.o{ . 1 ;.00 11;. .I1.u '4 i cies.. ý,-)[0 4,.0 (;.0tl) 10.011 15.0(1 4 - l iehlls.. 6 00 8.1i 1 10.010 15.l)0 lll fIO i ijachsll . +4.0l 4 i.lll 1 15.00 2(I.10I N125 10 n ticheu.. 10.00 15 00 20.0. 0.0( :35.,) 1 nohnhn . _s.o00 5.0() :10.00 131.0 40.00 I colimnri. *A.II0 15.00.1.3) i 0.100 1. I 3l.(l Local ot{lcs 1!4; .t line, T irnsiiilt Advertisemits.; $l.00 lar stquare for lirst linserttli and 75c for each suhbc. illuclt insertlion. Ohituaries, except tlihe simple notice, charg:! IAir at regular rates. LOCAL ITEMS. NOTICF. Tl'he (L'GUARDIAN office is now lo(at ed up-stairs in the (lingnan-Glad hey hr l ricrk b gihling. South side pub lie square. Neni us your JTob printing. a Frimsh Ollien ets at IR. W, Coullier's. The police jury will convene next lctdtsday, a You clan get philut:s potted in 4,"5 and j 6 ildch pota at Whit,'s Green llouse. . Everything in ...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 31 January 1890

1b I'LISTI.:) EVERY I.'RI)AY. IOt31ER, - LOUISIANA January 31, 1890. A Hint to Advertisers. There is a bit of sound sense regarding the ad vertising qcues ti'mn from the Philadelphia Press: "One has bhilt to read the advertis ing columns of the newspapers du ring the holiday season to discov er that there are dozens of firms in business who think it worth while to make their existence known to the public for only a wcek or two during the whole year. At this time the newspa pers contain the announcement of houses which the great, intelli gent, advertising-reading public doesn't hear of through these mediums from one's month's end to another's. It is very strange. The police of it is intxplicalle. If advertising is a good thing for a mercantile establishment for two weeks in the year, it ought to be good for lifty-two. It is one thing for a merchant to make hi eself known to the people, and Sanother to keep himself known. The suceesful merchant is lie who introduces himself to the pub...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 7 February 1890

S1 VOL. 13. - ,1890-.. __________HOME R. HOMER, LA,, FRIDAY, FEBRUAIY-7 N0,24 OE AT COST FOR CASH! - 30*lOiK4 NEXT THIRTY DAYs S I30O ~ SE ARE BOUND to raise money and in order to doso we have decided to sell for the NEXT THIRTY DAYS our large stock of General Merchandise at COST .. . - for cAS.. Our stock comprises Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, Furniture, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Goo and, in fact, everything to be found in a first-class General Merchandise Store. . G AT' COS r G ,. ............ .......................................... ................ . ..................... ........ J T A Y L O R & S O N . [ "k -.-..- .. .. __-.. •. J~I mmm , nnnn m q '-L---PEF-r--r1 · tay1p and Fancy Groceoes i CLOTIIING AND DRY GOODS, LADIE' DRESS OODS, GENTS' RNI GOODS, ' RUGS. Goods ivered to any part of Hornm er Free of ~Charge. U,,Y . Y TOM PADGITT'S SAAD DLES --I AN 1)1I, -ADDLER Y GOODS- OF S0. FERGUSON; fomer, La. Sr t ,,pdl CU . -i @1( iITUS,8HOESS,HA1:9 .. .-.. - ~~, STAT...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 7 February 1890

SEAILS & OGILVIE, I'i Ol'it Elt HE,. Entered at tihe PoMtoftice at hlomer Louiniial, ias ieeond-Clas IMatter. Official Journal of Claiborne Parish. Otlice Up-Stairs in the Clingnan Gladucy Brick Building. Friday......Feb. 7.1890. Strawberries in South Louisiana are ripe and are b'ling shipped to the northern markets. -_.ý--- Stanley, the explorer and ad ventnr r, has given to .tlo world another account of his travels. --~-----ý-- Theli weather prophets now say there will be no cold weather this winter. Thlis has been a disastrous winter on those who deal in coal and winter clothing. Warmoth has had a hoaring and it is generally believed in political circles that he will win. In the recent appropriation made by the state Superintendant of the school funds, Claibotne gets $2450. Mr. W. W.II. Lang'ord, of Gibbs, won a two-horse wagon iI the re cent drawing inaugurated by the Caucasian. If the Worlds Exposition is held in New York, the names of Golver Cleveland and Chancey Depew wil...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 7 February 1890

A1) DVERTII'Nu T'ERMlS. vc l I:. I I mI Io ll io 1 ( V ltr I inch.. . .l.5rt)U .U -4.()t yi.i.( . 4l.UU 2 icher4.. 2.5.,0 4.5l BI.Il(l 10.00 17..n0 4 Inchesi.. I 0( .00( O.IU) U.0(. 20 J0 ti inclies.., ?.00U 1.t0 15.0(f4 20 ,00) 010 4 Iliche .. '10.INt: IT.0 1 20.0t I {;P.0(l :15.4J)) Scoliuiin. 15.0U) 2K.00 :10.0r 40.0(0 (ii0.U I clll n . 25.00i :.,. 43.010 00 0.0  1I. U0 I4,tcil notlC es (lc a Ii H Ta n 'a' i icitit Advertiseinclntsi, $1.00 pei tlalr fo)r first intsertion alul iid 75 tr, each nbslb-e qunlent insertion. Ohituaiicrs, except the s;i plel notice, tbharged tr ;tt regular rtltes. LOCAL ITEMS, NOT I Itit '111 (ýrali A.N bieti is now locat tl uip-stairs in the C'linginau-Ghlatd bey brick blill"ing, i louthei'le 1a(l!). lien 1s your fob printings F'tl Ad Ollion sets at F1. WV. Collier's. feeU G(. (t. ills a,±"leitinciluAnt h, %Uoth ' CelWhrq Youn clll gi t 11:alnts t),ttr.t in 4,i nid G inch l ath 1t hittO ( 4t cti !louse. ' c mlialng of 'iitle Card of the 1i. N. W.-...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 7 February 1890

PUBLISHIED EVERY FRIDAY. JIOMER, - LOUISIANA February 7, 1890. LITTLE AH SID. Little Ah Sid las a Chinese kid A cute little cuss, you'd declare With eyes full of fun And a nose that begun Right up at the roots of his hair. Jolly and fat Was this frolicsome brat As he played througti the long summer day; And he braded his queue As his fathers used to In Chinaland, far, far away. Once o'er a lawn, That Ah Sid played upon, A bumble-bee flew in the spring; "Molican butterfly!" Said he, with winking eye; "Me catchee and pull off 'ueu wing!" Then with his cap lie struck it a rap This iunocent bumble-bee And put its remains Iu the seat of his jeans. For a pocket there had the Chinee. Down on the green Sat the little Sardine, In a style that was strangely demure, And said. with a grin, That was brimtal of sin, "Me mashee 'um butterfly, sure!" Little Alh Sid Was only a kid Nor could you expect him to guess What kind of a bug lie was holding so snug Ia the folds of his loose-fitting dress. '"...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
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