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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 14 February 1890

'V01~~~ ~~ I}... --'---~-- VOL. . HOER, LA,, FRIIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1890, ~ W B AY LOR N V AT COST FOR CASH 1 ,C t ,- . . .,.. "K " te NEXT THIRTY DAYS. ý-" K30 ý I /. E ARE BOUNI) to iaisc money and in order to(oso wehave ldecidCl to isll fber1 "oW '-7 " V Vithe NEXT TIIIRjTY DAYS our large stock of Gecneral 3[erchandise at ()OST1 ' .. for C. . Our stock conprises Grocries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, Furniture, Boots, Shoes, Iats, "I ..o.. Gol..., land, in fact, everything to be found in a first-class General Merchandise Store. G crnts' Furn's.ing G co:lý, ". N -:':  ..-...-.:.................................................................................W . J . T AL O & 8 N Staple and Fancy Groceries! CLOT'IING AND I)RY GOODS, LADIES' DRESS GOOD)S, i i. C.IOII ! GENTS' FURNISIIING GOODS, CARPETS AND RUGS. Goods delivered to any part of Hom er Free of Charge. ; A. D. GLADNEY,i1 PHYSICIAN &SURGEON, . South Side cf the Public Square, HOMER, - - - LOUISIANA. Pure a:nd ...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 14 February 1890

(be (!athiau. C. . . .EAl $. . . 01,Vil. i. SEALS & OGILVIE, Elu erd a:t the I'ostoflice :t Iloricr Louisiana, as becoid-Cllas. Mattrer. Official Journal of Claiborne Parish. Office U p-Stairs in the ('lingmran (ladney Brick luilding. Friday. .... . Feb) 14. 189O. I'olice Jury I'roceeediings. ( c'oltinedtJ, f r)om page 1.) ROA) On :rIEI:r' WARD . continu ed Alfred Garrett, on the same road from Bond's store, to the State Line. J W Greer, on the Friendship road, from Bond's store, to Friend ship. W Z Taylor, on the Mairshall and Henry road, from the Military road, to hunt's Spring. lessee Lowe, on the same road, from hunt's Spring, to the M ind(en and Atlanta road. Gus Smith, on Minden and Magnolia road, from the St:te Line, to M3illerton. Lewis Barker, on the same road, from Millerton, to the south Ibaillk of Indian creek. WV S McKinley, on the same road, from the south bank of In dian creek, to \Wiley's Mil1. Joe Kight, on the same road, from Wiley's mill, to thle Parish Line....

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 14 February 1890

.1v -I D"ElTI,'ING JUTE1l:,l. - e al(:.. I nm . me :{ 11t i t11 I 1 , I inch:.. - 1.:11 a3.U0 .t4.l4iq jl;.))( . t.uo Sincihes.4. .:,. 4.5u (;.n( 1l0.(1 15.11h 4 iic(.h' .. ' ; oi I .l 10.1 l .11(1 lr.(n . 201 0o 6 inches.. ,0.l 12.0uI 1i5.0 20,10 (H o )( SInchite!.. i (ll's 15 (H) 2'0.0,1 :011.o0 :l,.5( I eolitizii . 1.05 .111 (5.10' :1.(1,01 10.1(l1 1;1(",101 1 J,l lc:li . I .i' )1 :l; . J ll- . 1 l) ,, l1:4 'u(c Ht _ Local nOtIrrS ille a hinr, TraesientI Adverlti'ieme tts, I.t0 perr sMllrc furin first insertion arld 7"e tir eac.'h sube jat1'1t i4' ri onl ln . Oillnarihs, excelpt the simlle notice, charged Ior at reg,.,ltr rart.s. LOCAL !TEMIS. .tend Itl tour ,hob pri1,nl,. Fresh Onion sets at I . (W. Collier's. 'T'o-day i.t St. Valentine'-. dti., -.* ---- ----.-..-.-.- I l)enn i Co" a('ue hularii rters flir ial'nillg ulnllement.S, etc. 'T'h' lpr ludl'nt f'a :er is rtimi lh! hi plow . -a1l r11 t:parinig fe'nce. ('om)paIre our work anold )rice' 1on Job work before p'la;ing you...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 14 February 1890

(bc !uiubidUV rlUll.1slli.i) E-VEY Rlii).\Y. -1 Ie.,'l,R, - IUISlANA. February 1#, 18(I S i Society Exitravagance. "So Ch,:irlie has ýquit the socie ly v act, has lhe?' said a swell Ken incky girl to a Louisville Post repo.ter. ''VWell, I amn sure nuj one cares, now that lihe talks in that way, though ('larlie used to t be a tvry smart boy. If' the 'pret. rly butterflies of fashions' cost the l bhoys so Inllih, whose fI'auit is it? WVhy tile boys', of Course. We I do inot ailk them to send us live )pound boxes of candy, big lunli dies of Jacqueminots, gloves, etc'., etc. We ran walk to the theatre; in fact in good we:.ther we prefer it, if the fellow we are with is made of the right kind of stu ff We can pay for our ca:rriages, and when we can't the stre-t cars aire good enough for us. We are wil ling to go to the Museum if the boys can't afford the other thea tres. We don't care particularly fir suppers after the theatres, as our mothers will set ouit the pick hI jar when we get b...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 21 February 1890

VOL 13. IIIOER, LA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1890. N0. 23 r"AT COST FO 1_ CASH *30H 1 NEXT THIRTY DAYS. j) 30 s ` 'T " E ARE BOUND to raise monoey and in order todoso we have decided to sell for , -- - the NEXT TIIRTY DAYS our large stock of General Merchandise at COST ' 7 f1r c.l:. Our stock comprises Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, Furniture, Boots, Shoes, Hats, and, in fact, evervthino to be found in a first-class General Merchandise Store. Gents' Furnsg GCods, .... .. . . OS.....W. J.. T.A.YL.OR & S ON. . AT COST! _________________ Staple and Fancy Groceries! CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS, LADIES' DRESS GOODS, Rl.W. CDIII! GENTS' FURNISiING GOODS, CARPETS AND RUGS. e Goods delivered to any part of Hom er Free of Charge. A. D. GLADNEY, PHYSICIAN &SURGEON, South Side of the Public Square, HOMER, - - - ' LOUISIANA. Pure and Fresh Drugs, Chemicals, Paints. Oils, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, and the Finest Brands ot Whis keys and Wines constantly kept on hand...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 21 February 1890

- -= - - C. W. sEA.LS. l. P OtGIXIE. SEALS & OGILVIE, PI :( )Il I I- I ; ,S . l1l Ierdl at the 'Postcflic at llomer LouJisi.anal, as Secon l-Caus Matter. Official Journal of Claib:rne Parish. Oflieo Up-Stairs in the (linug:au ( ;ladhiev Brisk Buil(lding. F iday ......Feb 21. 1890. A lady has been elected presi dent of a railroad in Western Texas. -~--~--- - - Ex Governor Warmoth'l' moth er is now drawing a Mexican pen sion witii back pay from 1,857. General (atchllings of MRsiss ippi will retain his seat in cou grcss which is being conteste.d byi a negro. --. .. *roB,*-- ..... The enterprising city ofShrbive po1t is to have a new courthouse made of stone and brick and will cost $60,000. The police jury of East Baton RIougo has adopted a four wire fence for some ot the wards, for a lawful fence. Louis Duplex has b1een appoint ed Register of the Land O:lice of Natchitoches, La., and vice Willis HIolmes removed. Notlhing has been done yet with Warmoth's case by thetSenate. It is ...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 21 February 1890

Obc Obnadiian. AD FERT181" G i'ERMS. INCIIES. :1 io 11 l2 o::3 m Io6 Us, 1 y r 1 inch.. . ,1 50 $:3.00'$4.00 $fi.00iI1(i.o( 2 inches.. 2.5(1; 4.50 6.00 10.110 15.00 4 inches.. (;.O0 8.00 10.0H) 15.00 20.00 (6 inches.. 8.00 12.00 15.0(10 20.(1 "5 L00 SIntche,.. 11.00' 15.0( 90.0"0 :30.00( ;3,00 Seolnunn. 15.00(250.( 30.00 40.00 60.00 I column. :25.10 5.0)0 45.O'iio0.(i( 11(0.00 Loc;al InOPCCs 10c a li]i , Tl'ransienIlt Advertlc('ments, $1.00 per squarec for first insecrtion a"nd 73c for each snl(be ulnent ilnsertion. Obtituaries, except the silple notice, charged for at regular ratecs. LOCAL ITE1'RIS. Send us your Job printing. Fresh Irish seed potatoas Iat 11. C. Walker's. There is a good deal of elkine(Ii about town:, tihough it is all otf a mild type. Young Ladies. If yoU want to behold a "Thing of Bals y anl a al a Joy Forever," jut call at Colher',i and inspect his lovely line of tans. It cost you nothing to see. So go at once. Compare our work and prices on Job work before plac...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 21 February 1890

PUIILISIIED EVERY FRIDAY. JIOMER, - LOUISIANA February 21, 1890 TIT FOR TAT. "Lost or stolen, or wandered away, A heart that was light as a feather, Buoyant and f ce, and bright as tihe day, No matter what kinl was the weat her. Iello, little maid, I won't he rash- If you are a thief you don't look it; But, as my heart went off like a flash, I-sort of-imagined you took it. "Now I hate to believe that a face; The angels might covet for beauty, Would be linked with so deep a disgrace, And yet, to believe is my duty. Fact is, my heart went just as you canme A moment before it was sleeping. Own up at once your part inr this game I'm certain the thing's ill your keep ing. "You won't give it back? well, now that's cool; Some folks would make quite a case of it! But tit for tat's a very good rule, And I'll just take yours in place of it." lie did, and the end's not hard to tell Tw'as an easy way out of the bother. They tramp through life now, happy and well, While each keeps the heart of 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. — 28 February 1890

VOL. 13. HOMER, LA,, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 98, 1890. -No, 2. 1' --TIIE HOMER GUARDIAI Published every Friday, at HOMER, - LA. OFFICIAL .-, JSO% AL Of Claiborne ~} &ua anbi . b)fers uneqnalled inducements to Advertisers, as It circulates iargc ly throughlibt this section of Lonisiana. AR WI & #IO GROCERS : ---AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, SUREVEPQFlr , - - - LA. : -" AtSO DEALERS IN ain, etc. SSPECIAL -ATTENTION ,Gi~en td orders from the SCountry. No. 616, 618 and 620 Levec St 8 sEVEPORT, - - -LA. 6-7. ly. 'A.K A H N, rp , Glassware And china, .ENERAL FURNISHING QOODS AND M'FR -OF- ~LSoQL AojrENT Fon RARTER OAK ' TOVE &-S 5i' (iLXA ASTREET Stapge and Fancy GroceriesT CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS, LADIES' DRESS GOODS, B . W. COLIR !. GI GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, CARPETS AND) RUGS. Goods delivered to any part of IHom er Free of Charge. W. P. THEUS &CO --DEALER INY DRY GOODS, CLOTHIING,BOOTS,SHIOES,HATS .fir. House South of Depot, Arcadia, Louisirna. LO rIcw iven on Goods. Don't forget...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 28 February 1890

(i{e 6uarbian. ,U c .a,, uz. C. W. rti.s. 0. P or,.'VR. SEALS & OGILVIE, r aotIP.Z7(-O. Entered at the FPutoBce at Homert. Louieiana, as Mecond-Clmus Matter, Odelal Jouasl of Cllbortn Plush. Office Up-Stairs in the ('lingman Gladney Brick Building. Friday......Feb 28, 1890. A large sugar factoiy w.ll he built at Franklin, in the parish of St. Mary. A white Baptist preacher was hanged in Alabama a few days ago for mnrderin, his own wife. It begins to look very much as it no tariff bill will be passed during this session of Congress. Mr. R. B. Howell, a well known attorney of Sparta, B;enville par. ish, died of consumption at his home a few days ago. Senator Gibson has introdnced a bill in Congress to appropriate $800,000 to buy a site for a post omfce building in New Orleans. The State Press Association will convene in Baton Rouge on the 6th of May next just prios to the meeting of the Legislature. John Jacob Astor, the million. sure and grand son of the original Astor, the found...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 28 February 1890

Al) VRTJ V *IX G'ER11BM. S cIiEss. .1 Io.2 I IuO3 miiili 6 ni I ' I icuh.. . 1.5i3.0oot$4.00!$1c,0(i1o.o s inehes.. 2.50 4.50 0 (i.00 10.00 15.00 4 inches.. i 00 8.00 10.0015.00 20.00 6 inches..; 8.00012.0 ) 15.000.2000 25 0 S luehee.. 10.00 15.020.00f3o.00I01 :L5.00 4 column. 15.00 "5.00 30.00140.00. 60.00 1 coluumn ., 5.00135.0045..00liO0.00100.00 ,Local notices lO a line, Transient Advertisements, $1.00 per square for first inoe tion and 75c for each sobse quent insertio,. Obituaries, except the simple notice, charged for at regular rates. LOCAL ITEMS. Send us your Job printing. to to Denman & Co for loaded shells Ha! ha! ha! But we saw you just as we turned the bend. Fresh Irish seed potatoes at II. C Walker's. Mr. Grey, an attorney of Dal las, T'a1:s, was in town this week My stock of dry goods is comple:e in every depart ment, and at prices to suit nll cah customers. H. C Walker. Compare our work and prices on Job work before placing your orders. For Sale. A horse an I bu...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 28 February 1890

~be Quarrbian. I'UBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. IIOOMER, - LOUISIANA February 28, 1890 A TYPICAL TRADGEDY. I said unto my love one day, "Let's trip a-do~i n this winding way." The way. The sylvan glade was sweet and cool; We found a lovely little pool. The pool. o I said "Let's fish from there outbring; Here are some pieces short, of string." The string.- - - - We knotted knots into that twine; Until we had a fishing line. The line.---- w - But soon with fear my love did bawl; From nooks the little snakes did crawl. The little snakes. 2 C/) C)  And then the rain in downward dashed; And speedy lightning zig-zag flashed. The lightning. ,Z N Z Upon the little pool did float; A very fragile little boat. The boat. (--) Quite wilds she Jumped-the boat did Her t and wiggld w like n eel. The eel. Z My lovely love did get more wet Then from the skies-for it upset. The boat. ý When from the pool I pulled my fair, Her locks, once curled, were straight eat hair. The Bair. J1 I1 Ii And she no more will...

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 March 1890

 .. -. ,. " -- -  ,,,,  . . . i Y- 0__ L_~ 13 ----_ V O L . 1 . ..... .. .ý ý 18... . . IIO ERI I LA, FI[DAY, lIIt, 1890. --TlE-- HOMER IUARDIAN Publisheod Ever Friday, at HIOMER, - LA. OFFICIAL .-' JOURNAL Of Claiborne Parish. L Offers nnequalled indlucements to Advertiscrs. as it circulates large. Iv throughout this section of Louisiana. r " ;.wrdr - "- -' - ARDIS & CO -WHOLESALE GROCERS I -AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, SHREVEPORT, - - - LA. - --ALSO SDEALERS IN -Ties, fa Grain, etc. - SSPECIAL ATTENTION Oifen to orders fi'om the SCountry. No. 616, 618 and 620 Leree St SHREVEPORT, - - - LA. 6-7. 1.: A:. KA H N, N-DEALER N ockery, Glassware And China, ENRAL FURNISHING -~~S . -ND -M'FR 1Ti1WARE. oni AGaŽT FOR ARThR OAK SOYES % . 407 ·J·A: b3SR iET i~...................14 - Staple and Fancy Groceries! (B.TI'IN( N I II) IY ())S, S L LDITS' D , I' GOOD`s, g- GENTS FIURNISIIN( G(OOl)S, ('ARPETS AN\) RUGS. Gods delired to my par't ofl Int! tr Freoe of ('harIe. W. P. THEUS&CO - 1...

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 March 1890

SEALS & OGILVIE, lilEterd l t a ie 'ol o ,tilice at lhomer, Louirsiali: , las ecolnt-C'lU s Ml;atter. :ciail Jarnal of Cai'bore Parish. Office VUp-Stairs in the ('ligniian (ladney Brick Building. Friday, March . - ...7, 190. ,Mr. M. S. Cram, a prominent young lawyer of Shreveport, died last :Monday. It Is now lerally conoleded in congre3s that the inamolus bill known as the Blair NEducational Bill will fail. - --- --. --- The cold blizzard which recent ly visited the Northern States was a necessity to prevent an ice fam ine this summer. Until recently the ice had not been thick enough to keep during the summer. . '-be---rr Dick Hanes, the wife and child mnurdertr, and one of the most de prayed wretches that ever lived, has at last paid the death penalty on the gallows. IIe was hanged at Birmingham last Friday. A bill is now pendlag in con gress, with prospects of it becom ing a law, to appropriate $300,000 for the purpose of repairing the damages done the Capital of this stat...

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 March 1890

I Al) VBr2'181NG T'ERM. tINCLE'. 1 iuo 2 Ilno : ileo 6 mu1 1 ,'r 1 inch... .1.50ýu3.j4.$.00 6.0.0 $10.00 ! inches.. 2.50 4.5~0; 6.00 10.00 15.001 4 incihes.. 6( 006 8.00 10.00( 15.00 20 0(0 6i inches.. 8i.0(0 15..00 15.2 . 200 8 Inches.. 10.00 15.00O 0.001:o.o00 35.00 , column. 15.00~ 5.00;; 0.0040.(00 60.00 1 ec lamllln ,' 5.00t35.00145.00 001.0010.00O Local notices 10 a linr, Tr:nsiont Atlverltisemlents, $1.u0 per square for first insertion and 75i for eIh sullbse qlheut insertion. Obituaries, except the simple notice, charged for at regular ratcs. LOCAL ITEMIS. MeGinty has arrived. Our neighbor, the Journal, has hail its towel rack rennovated.. Buy your drugs fram J. C. Willis & Co. (Shelton old stand.) March brought cohl weather; the < coldest this season. 1 S Wline of Cordli, a tonic for women. Compare our work and prices t on Job work before placing your orders. . Hardened Plows is the best. Sold only by W. W. t Dormon. The unusual cold spell has check mated vt-getatio...

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 March 1890

P,!PUELL$IIED EVERY FRIDAY. HO1ER, - LOUISIANA March 7, 1890. enUtincud From First Page. theirn.magnificent opportunity and urging their employment of it all for benelicent and righteous pur poses. .Again, I remark that Henry W. Grady stood for Christian patriot ism irresi)ective of politic(al spoils. HEI DECLINED ALL OFFICIAL RI: WARID. lie could have been Governor of Georgin, but refused it. He could have been senator of the United States, but declined it. Hie re mained plain Mr. Grady. Nearly all the other orators of the politi cal arena, as soon as the elections are over, go to Washington, or Albany, or Harrisburg, or Atlan ta, to get in city or State or na tional office reward for their ser vices, and net getting what theyi want spend the rest of the time of that administration in pouting about the management of public affairs or cursing Harrison or Cleveland. When the great po litical campaigns were over, >Mr. Grady went home to his newspa per. He demons~trated that it is p...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 14 March 1890

VOL.ER, LA,, FRIDAY, MAR 14 1890, _ N L. IHE SHREVEPORT WEEKLY ---TIMES CONTAINING The Latest Telegraphic Market and News Reports. Per x Year Per x Year Accurate and Reliable I TI-IE TIMES GUARDIAN PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. A. KAH ), -DJEALER IN Crockery, Glassware And China, GENERAL FURNISHING GOODS AND I'FR -OF TINWARE. --SOLE AGEXT For, CHARTER OAK STOVES, NO. 207 TEXAS STREET' Shroveport,................La. AIRDIcs & co -WHOLESALE GROCERS -AND-- COIMMISSION MERCHANTS, -0 SIIREVEPORT, - - - LA. sh --ALSO SDEALERS IN Bagging, Ties, Grain, etc. .,SPECIAL ATTENTION *iiveon to orders from the outry. P 18. 1.and 630 Levee St ,RPo RT, - - -LA. W TABER. BLE nrt foinldaier, tatI~ron woik' Ji~ vr) &1~: P iOana~ __ Staple and Fancy Groceries CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS, LADIES' DRESS GOODS, w e i--- GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, ketCARP ETS AND RGS. Goods delivered to any art of IIomn cr Free of Charge. mar W. P. THEUS &CO ----DEALER Ii - DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,BOOTS,SHtOES ,IATS L SFirst houe...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 14 March 1890

SEALS & OGILVIE, PRiOPRETORS. Entered at the Postofflce at HIomer: Louisiana, as Second-Class Matter. O1olal Journal of Claiborne Parish. Office Up-Stairs in the Clingman Gladney Brick Building. Friday, March 14, 1890. Warmoth is again on top among the Republicans of this state. The Republicans are almost en i .rely ignoring the civil service laws. Mahone has managed to get control of Bruce, the newly ap pointed recorder of deeds. The Farmerville Gazette has entered upon its twelfth year of usefulness. The suger protectionists are still alarmed lest that article will be forced to suffer a cut on tariff: The recent cold weather did considerable damage to the corn and eoae props in South Louis Tana. The Experipantal Station at Calhoun has issued bulletin num bpr 27, which contains valuable information to farmers. The police force ot New Orleans are making another effort to sup press gambling in the city's limits. The Louisiana State Lottery is a shame and a curse to our state. It...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 14 March 1890

AD VERTISING TERMUS. IXciis. I ino 2 moi3 moo 6 mo 1 y'r 1 inch... $1.50 $3.001,4.00 .6.00 $10.00 2 inches.. 2.50o 4.50 6.00!10.00U 15.00 4 inches.. 6.001 8.00110.00 15.00 20.00 6 inches.. I8.00 12.00i15.00 20.00; 25 00 8 Inches.. 10.0ool 15.0020o.oo003.00oo :.oo i colnul. 15.001. 5.0 0.00 ;4,O. 0.00 6I0.00 1 column .t25.0035.00145.0060.00 100.00 Local nolices 10c a line, Transient Adivertise:icnt.is, $1.00 per squaro for first insertion and 75c for each siubse quent insertion. Obitnaries, except the simple notice, chargsd for at regular rates. LOCAL ITE18S. lion. Alex Weil,of New Orleans, is in town. Buy your drugs from J. C. Willii & Co. (Shelton ohl stand.) The March freshets have come and the farmers can now begin to plow and plant corn. 1PlWine of Cordli, a tonic for women. Compare our work and prices on Job work before placing your orders. FOR SALE. A horse and buggy for sale. Call on II. C. Walker. Great loads of cotton seed meal and other fertilizers are carried out of ...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 14 March 1890

ftlklIED EVERY FRIDAY. IfO(flR, - LOUISIANA rc. &rc 14, 1800. -Th Cost of Peace. According to statements recent ly published in Berlin, it has cost the six great nations of Uurope $359,000,000 duricg the past tlee yeats to maintain their ariids and navies on a peace footing. This immense burden ws thus distrilbuted: France $1,t70,000,000, Russia $813,000, g0,,reant Britian $618,000,000, Germ:.ny $607,000,000, Austria 338,000,008, Italy $313,000,000. Aud yet with all this waste of millions, not one of these nations could have put its actually enlist ed forces into the field without large additional expenditure. Where troops were taken from garrisons new lei;ies would have been requNired to take their places. This would necessitate an increase of food, arms, clothing, horses. etc.¢soo that the additional expense to France of going to war would be quite as much as it would cost the United States, which has merely the nucleus of an army which, all told, would scarcely make up an e...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
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