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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 25 April 1890

__-_a_~~N uud5n_ OL 13 HOMER, LA., FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1890. - {. ' ii~nl ii i i , i I l I I STHE SHREVEPOR4 The Latest Telegraphic larket and News Re 1f.. .....u .....man Ro, dol Accurate sa#, i.a*e I THE T J8 GUARDIAN X1.50 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. A.KAHN, A S-DEALER IN---- W Crockery, - 0F Glassware And China, Ti GENERAL FURNISHING G GOODS AND M'FR -OF- TiN WARE. -SOLE AGENT FOR- I CIAARTER OAK ST VE SNI NO. 207 TEXAS 8TRICET Shreveport,..............La. [o ARIJIS &COi , -WHOLESALE- "GROCERS ,(thMlSSIO 1ERCHANTS, SURSEVPO T,- - LA. DEALERS IN - Grain, etc. to orders fromn tho 41"- D618 tih 620 L er -ro tr.... ..,0 sAL - SO" - "id awan*la' OlaQira & I II CITY HOTEL First Clmss hNlaIiot. A. J. nRYNOLDB, Prop. Milam, bet. Spring and Market Sts. SHREVEPORT, LA. DR. BRI~TTVS GREAT IIstan Pain Sooter! Is a Highly Concentrated Vegeta ble Preparation of the best medical Root, Herbs and Barks known In Bot aym or the mnedical faculty. It will re Sano&: ucre more aches and pains, 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. — 25 April 1890

0. P. OGILVIE & CO,. kOPRIrTro2s. "Entered at the Postofoee at lcmnei. '.oaisanna, na Second-Clasa Matter. Solal Journal of laeorn Parih. Oftee Up-Stairs the Clingman l. adney Brick Building. Friday, April 25, 1890.' f The Mississppi is still boom- c ing, and much valuable property o Is being destroyed by the high b water. e If some people would travel a little, and see the world as It is, ti they would be better able to give their opinions. Eternal vigilance is the price of ' liberty. It is this eternal vigi lance on the part of prison ward- 1 ens that keeps desperate crinmi nals from gaining their liberty.-- to icasyune. of at People living in the hills have m reasons to congratulate them- pa slves--.they don't have to sleep til to tree tops and on the roofs of au their houses to escape a watery th gr ate. ' The rains ofthe past few days 1"n have caused wonderful devasta- at tionan Southern Louisiana. 'r'h tib Morganza levee, one of the largest pe -in the state, gave way L'ues...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 25 April 1890

AP PvRTISI1VG rMzs.f Micifz. t h0 lio 3eo 6mo 1 y'i 1 inch.. . $1.50 3.00 $4.00 $6.00$10.00 2 inohes.. 2.5O 4.50 6.00 10.00 1.00 4 inches.. 6.00 8.00 10.00 15.00 20.00 6 inches.. 89.0012.00 15.00 20.00 2500 I inches.. 10.00 15.00 20.00 :10.00 35.00 colnm.. 15.0025.00 30.00 40.00 60.00 I column. 5.00 35.00 45.00 60.00 100.00 Local notices lO a line, Transient Alvertisements, $1.00 per square for Brat Insertion and 75c for each subse quent insertion. Obituaries, except the simple notice, charged for at regular rates. We have appointed the following postmasters and gentlemen as agents for the GUARDIAN, and their receipts will be recognized by us: W. J, Garland .......Dykesville, La T. U. ton.........Dykesville, La L F. eard..........Arizona, La m. U. Maxey......Holly Springs, La 6. W. Dance...........Athens, La. WalJt Wilson...... .Ayeock, La W' Waant a reliable agent in every town and nIeighborhood in the parish. LOCAL ITEMS. We should build sidewalks. A very heavy rain fell here las...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 25 April 1890

GE, u(nathiau. I'NULIStHED EYERY FRIDAY. HOMER, - LOUISIANA April 25, 1890. Bookkeeping on The Farm. I have seen many articles on the above subject in different agricul tural papers but very few of them were instructive to the farmer in the keeping of accounts. The arguments in favor of keep ing farm accounts are true and conaelusive and no progressive farmer doubts the usefulness and the necessity of such a course, but there are few who have suffi cient knowledge of the science of accounts to sunceed, and heace a tow erade efforts at "bookkeeptng en the farm" is about all they ac complish before they get dis couraged and quit. *,s a matter of course all farmers cannot be through, bookkeepers hut all may attain euffl':ient knowledge sand skill to' keep the few accotite n~ece y on the farm in such form titt they may at .sy time make istlifactory settleaonts with others kad also tell the cost of any crop or stock they may raise. A correct record of ones busi mess o always a ready refe...

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 May 1890

Dmer uutdirn. YOL 13. t. HOMER, LA,, FRIDAY, Y 2, 1890. NO 3( I ý I i I V r 1 p I 1 b I G1 STHE SHREVEPOR1) YEEKLY STIMBS e CONTA!itING The Latest Telegraphic larket and ews Reports, I Per x Year Per xear Accurate and Reliable I I THE TIMES 'GUARDIAN PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. A. KAH N, -DEALER IN- I Crockery, F Glassware And China, ,GENERAL FURNISHING G GOODS AND M'FR A -OF- TINWARE. --SoLE AGENT FOR- CHARTER OAK 'ST O VE SN NO. 207 TEXAS STREET - Shreveport,................La. ARDIS & CO 4' 4" .WHOLESALE - GROCERS - Melll )1- GQ]IMJSSION M3ERCHANTS, -0- co0 8RJER3VPORT, - - - LA. age SDIEALERS IN : : Grain, etc. to ortders from the iWPud ao iaad 6 t et4 ILE CITY HOTEL -------o FbI'st lo]ass Thl0 0net, S A. J. REYNOLDS, Prop. Milam, bet. Spring and Markct Sts. SHREVEPORT, LA. DR. BRITT'S GREAT ct Westrn Pai l 00ooter! Is a Highly Concentrated Vegeta ble Preparation of the best medical ..r oots, Herbs and Barks known in Bot any or the medical faculty. It will re a move and cure more ...

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 May 1890

0. P. OGILVIE & CO., "IZOPRIETC28. Entered at the Poslomlce at cmer ',ouisiana, as Itecond-Class Matter. Oflcil Journal of Claiborne Parlih. Office Up-Stairs the Clingman Gladney Brick Building. Friday, May 2, 1890. The Legislature meets the second week in May. Spotted fever has made Its ap pearance in Tennessee. Senator Quay is as silent as a Blue Point oyster on the subject of him being a thief. Mrs. James A. Garfie!d visited the white House on the 25th for the first time since the death of her husband. Gen. U. 8. Grant's 68th birth day .was celebrated with much eclat on the 27th of May in New York and Pittsburg. When the pulpit has to resort to language that is not fit to be meed by a worldly newspaper man, their case r indeed a piteous one. Owing to the overflow President t Jastremski, of the Louisiana Press I association, has decided to post- I pone the meeting, which was to ( have taken place in Baton Rouge Y on the 6th inst, till some future t :time. s The negroes in conv...

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 May 1890

AD YERTISINaG 1'ERMMS. IN9ss. jI mo1 i mo 3 rmo mo I yr 1 ineh.. . 41.50 3.00 $4.00$ 6.00X$1.o00 2 iunches.. 2.50 4.50 6.00 10.00 15.00 4 ibshes.. 6.00 8.00 10.00 16.0o 20.00 t inehe.. &00 12.0o 16.0o0 .00l 9500 6 me5..0 15. 20 30.00 35.00 column. 16.00 265.00 30.00 40.00 60.00 I column .l.00 35.00 45.00 60.00 100.00 Local noticcs 100 a line, Transient AdverC imeats, $1.00 per squaro for firs Inesoertin amd t for each subse Quest taserttio. Obituarlo, extept the slmple notice, chairg1d for at regtlar twi, -- - i I II" .. . . - We have appointed the following pastmasters and gentlemen as agents for the GUARDIuA, and their receipts svill be reeognized by as: SV..T J. Gaal. .......Dykeosville, La T'. U. Nortim...........Dykesville, La 1i. F. Heard .............. Arizona, La Wmi. U. alaxey...... Holly Springs, La .Q. W. Dance............Athena, La. Walton Wilson ..........Ay-ock, La We want a reliable ageat in every town aid uoighborhood In the parish. LOCAL ITEMS. Shoes at McCor...

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 May 1890

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. IHO.MER, - LOUISIANA May 2, 1890. WARNING TO FARIERS. Let Them Look to the Demo cratic Party and Not to Third Parties for Relief. The excutive committee of the Georgia State Alliance has prepar ed a series of questions which it earnestly urges all Alliancemen to present to candidates for state or national offices and if adopted to demand that such candidates pledge themselves to this plat form' This demand seems to be peremptory. Alliances are request ed to secure unequivocal answers. There seem to be no delay or compromise. The platform laid down by the executive committee is practically before every man running for office in Georgia, and it is for such candidates to say w whether they will adopt them or run the chances of being opposed 1 by the farmers ot Georgia. The Chronicle respectfully sub- I mits that such an ultimatum is undemocratic. The demand of the executive committee of the Al liance should be submitted to the state convention of the Democratic ...

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 May 1890

VOL 13. 0OMER, LA FRIDAY, MAY 9 1890 9."_ N..31 ]THE SHREVEPORI) - TIMES CONTAINING the Latest Telegraphic Market and 1ows Reports. Perx8ar PexYiear Accurate and Reliable I '-I E TIMES -AND GUARDIAN X1.50 1PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. A. KA. lN, -DALER IN irockery, Glassware And China, G1NDRAL PURNISHING GOODS AND I'FR --OF- TINWARE. ' ý.otj Arjnt FoL CHARTER OAK : i vport, ................La. . y* A- . - ,4a1 sCJYAo4T -i L&.~''''~~~'''~~~ Staple and Fancy Groceries CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS, LADIES' DRESS GOODS, B!O.W. LOL3! GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, CARPETS AND RUGS. Goods delivered to any part of tIotn er Free of Charge. W. P. THEUS &CO ---DEALER IN DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,BOOTS, S HOES,HAT First lkoute 8osth of Depot, Arcadia, Louitiana: LOWEST prices given on Goods. Don't forget to callt li me when you cdme to Arcadia. I will make it to your interest. iL Highest prices paid for Cottonr. and all kinds of Country Produce, and the LOWEST prices given on goods. Don't forget to call on me...

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 May 1890

O. P. OGILVIE & CO., "ItOPRISTOx8. Entered at the PuFtoBce at HIcner "ounisiana, as eecond-Clau Matter. Od5cal Jounal of Olaiborne Far!h. Ofice Up-Stairs the Clingman Gladney Brick Building.. Friday, May 9, 1890. The Baptist Chronicle has been moved to Ruston. Garland City, Ark. was tender ed relief by the Board of Trade, of Shreveport sending a steamer and food to their assistance. Cleburne, Granbury and many other places in Texas haye been visited by tornados, thereby caus ing the loss of many lives. Iced river above anud below Shreveport is overflowed. Much suffering and loss of property is reported. The legislature meets next Moip day. We anticipate a lively and stormy session. There will be a great many bills introduced at this session. Congressman Blanchard had passed in the House a bill appro priating $1,000,000 for the im mediate use on the Mississidpi river. An invitation is extended to all Confederate soldiers to attend the unveiling of the Lee-Monument at Richmond, Vs...

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 May 1890

ya;"; ;e ;:· ADVERTI8ILNG TERBM. i.sra. 11 no2 muo 3 m, o mneI y'r £ iinch.. $1..0i f3.00 $4.00 $6.00 $10.00 i  iches.. 2.50 4.50 6.00 10.00 13.00 4 inchbes.. 6 00O 8.00 10.00 15.00 2000 S6Inches.. 8.00 12.00l15.00 20.00 2500 6 nchesh.. l10.00 .00oo, 0.0 030.00 o :5.00 colnun. 135.00 2530.00 40.00 60.00 I colmnm . 25.00 3.001 5.0060.00 10.00 Local notices 10o a line, Transient Advertisements, $1.00 per square for Brat insertion and 75c for each subse queut insertion. Obituaries, esccpt the simple notice, ebargad for at regular rates. We have appointed the following postmasters and gentlenmen as agents for the OGU'RIuA, and their receipts will be, recognizedl by us: W. J. Garland......D....Dykeville, La T. U. Norton ........ ...Dykeville, La 1. F. Heard............Arizona, La Win. U. uaxoy...... Holly Springs, Lai G. W. Dance .............. Athens, La. Walton Wils6n............ Aycock, La We want a reliable agent in every town and neighblorhtb d in the parish. LOCAL ITEMS. TO THE PU...

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 May 1890

.le Caxrbiarn. PUBLI8HED EVERY FRIDAY. HOMER, - LOUISIANA May 9, 1890. The Federal Election Bill. There is good reason to believe that the Federal election bill will be bitterly opposed by the people of the North as well as those of the South, because if it is passed it will enable the Republicans to elect their candidates in districts which are known to have large Democratic majerities. Accord ing to the bill prepared by Mr. Hoar one hundred signers to a petition can throw the election under the control of a Federal judge and supervisors, and as the supervisors will be selected from the most unscrupulous partisans, the chances are the Republicans will attempt, If the bill becomes a law, to steal seats in Congress Irom several of the Northern States in order to make it appear that they carried those States on the I tariff or Southern question. [ Thus it will be seen that the bill threatens the Democrats of b the North as well as those of the South and it would be a wise th'ng for ou...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 16 May 1890

4.. 131. HOMER, LA., FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1890. N 3 2 c· :,;-,' rn I IIIIIImi~~ l m l~lgl~ll n in~nl ..... ... iPIIIH n!'r qple~nnun :r lu  .  . ,m~e. n  e 9.n . [] I. ln~~ll cl  -- t  _€q. q . ., .. . THE SHREVEPORT 1. TIMSl CONTrAINING I Latest Telegraphic Market and News Reports. dear Per x Year r Accurate and Reliable ! HE TIMES -AND GUARDiAN YEAR IN ADVANCE. - A. KAH N, -DEALER IN Crockery, Glassware And China, GENERAL FURNISHING :GOODS AND M'FR -OF- TIN WARE. S-SoLe AGENT FOR- CHARTER OAK 'T O VE S J@... O?; TKXAt STREET bwt.prt,............. La. -. OL..SALE RS ON MR:cUAXrrs, 4 • et ., .A. .% ,.> ;,. 4.: . Staple and Fancy Grocerieil CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS, LADIES' DRESS GOODS, D. . ICOLLIU1 GENTS' FURZ .iING GOODS, . CARPETS AND RUPGS. Goods delivered to any part of IIom- i er Free of Charge. W.... ...... . • ---. . . . ---' '. W. P. THEUS &CO --DEALERI I DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,BOOTS,fSIIOESHATS First Rouse South of Depot, Arcadia, Lou...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 16 May 1890

0. P. OGILVIE & CO., JOIUZTOPIS. Entered at the Postotmce at Bcmer, * 'ouisiana, as Second-Class Matter. OfMdiJol urnal of Claibrne ?arlA. Office Up-Stairs the Clingmani Gladney Brick Building. --. -. _..- ,_ .•- ....- . . -" -~- -- Friday, May 16, 1890. . . .. , - · i - _ - Alexandria, La., will have a government building to cost I $75,000: Our iegislators should provide more bountifully for our disabled Confederate soldiers, and at this session, The bupreme Court of this state has decided that the state is not prohibited from purchasing at the tax sales in pursuance of article 210. Representative McCoullough, of I Tensas parish, died on the 10th. c He repiesented his parish in the I Legislature ten years, and was chairman of the lands and levees committee. A bill, similar to theS'issibsippi t law, providing for separate cars for colored people to travel in, will be presented for action thereon at this sesslo2 of the Legislature. It should by all means be made a. law. Census Su...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 16 May 1890

VERTIDSING TrERAf. rep , ~$1.50I 3.00 $6.00 10.00 ticl S2.50 4.5 6.00 10.00 1t5.00 call .. 6. 8.0010.00 15.00 20.00 .. 8.00 12.00o1500 20.00 o2500 to l .. 10.0 5.00 20.00 30.00 35.00 ma . 15.0025.O 0 30.00 40.00 60.00 of sUo, 5.00135.00 45.00 60.00 100.00 auc lel notices 10c a line, Transient list cements, $1.00 per square for put insertion and 75c for each subse- the 4 insertion. Gil vgbittaries, except the simple notice, 41II be recognized by us: not . J. OGarland.........Dykesville,La ths U.1. Norton...........Dykesville, La F. Heard...............Arizona, La o w.. U. slaxey......Holly SpringsiLa an . W. Dance...........A..thens, La. ] alton Wilson............Aycock, La sis ;We want a reliable naent in every to~ru and neighbohoodl in the parish. the LOCAL ITEMS. 8c .. th 1O THE PUBLIC. na The proprietors of the GUARDIAN frc have purchased the Journal from ch Mr. J. E. IHulse, taking effect from bu ga.ft ssu,. Thebills, subscription and otherwise, made 3.p to the last an J Ue be...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 16 May 1890

im C erb st l`thrown Over a ani's Be he `mmnediately goes into a trance it Interesting and raises a curious point. There are ssany lawyers who are wont to declare that the evidence given from time to time at criminal trial leaves no doubt that there exists some drug which, when spread upon a cloth and placed over the nose and mouth, immediately pro duces unconsciousness. On the otbr hand, chemists assert that the thing is an impossibility, and that no such compound has ever been discovered. Chloroform and the other recognized anaesthetics require at least three distinct in halations to produce the loss ot sensation. To reconcile this con flict of testimony seems impossi ble, unless, indeed, we adopt the sensational theory that some ca morra among the criminal classes is in possession of a trade secret as yet unknown to science. Pro bably, however, this notion is too fantastic, and we sould rather in chle to the supposition that the immediate loss of consciousness is due to something...

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 May 1890

+. r 1 n g m 1 VOL"13'  HOMER, LAS, FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1890. i.- I -. -.. . ·· . 0 , . . . . . . . . _. . . . . - L ! ! . ·. , 'ii II ]f .. . . .E .. . . . . I : IiiI ] !IIIII IIlI I I II THE SHRRVEPORT} . ý ?.. cowhAhImo Ike La~ Telegraphic larike andl Nefi Reports r x Ylea Per x Year AcEurate and Reliab$J : THE TIMEB -an .GUARDIAN $1.50 '_ 'ER YEAR IN ADVANCE. s#tY NLY Si. i Selorý tvory Ore. '- - ' . .E- -' : - " i " 'Atart3 ..E # LB-IN '7 soa VrOehr, ~.ia~+ war e~ro b%:i~C~D In ormrni~i -wl *yL~ ** *, .r s:~ -:~ i4,.p~unr i SStp1e nd a ancy Groceries i CLOTHING AND DRY GOObS, . -LADIES' DRESS GOODS, • • .° -.-- :  i _ " B.iCOLLINR GENTS' FRNISHING GOODS, .CARPETS AND RUGS. Gbods deilivered to any part of Hbiti er Free of Charge. \W. P THEUS&CO , -DEALER IN---- DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,BOOTS,SHOES,HA TS 'First Rouse South of Depot, Arcadia, Louisiana. - LOWEST prices: given on Goods. Don't forget to call on me when you come to Arcadia. I will make it to your interuet. I Il...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 23 May 1890

g4e oanuurbikn: O,. P. OGILVIE &. CO., ra roiielss21.. Entered at the Postomoa at Bener, Leuisansa, as Second-Class Mtter. dsall Jounal of Oambre :?arAh. Oace Up-Stairs ' the Clingmat Gladney Brick Building. Mr. D. Shbert, of San Angus. tiae, was accidentally kSllqd on the 16th ist, by a tree filllng up On him while sitting to his buggy. The Public Grata.. nd.t Exchange, of New York the large. et bucket shop in tihe world fail. 4d en the 1It'h inst.. The ma rs orf the legislature s useal tJ iýii;e`Orleans leat Satrday. There is some talk of morng the Capital from Baton iage to that city. 'There it much talk of changing the date of the seesps - the lsgislatuaso t*annar ýiabrua 'Some members ,lialp that, .tie eather at 'on. Rouge is ito-e 'war l May and une.. I 'Sestor Vance:has given notice .sf baill'puiotiI the. sale of a beuor i sany town, city or parish ds the state.. To make the bill cemplete, he should .add crme. roeadstores. '~l.cm-emancement exerstesor ibe Kacuhle '(La....

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 23 May 1890

e 6uarmit. VBRTIIStI TBRJ&f ',no_ . t._o I or .. ,50 4.01 6. 1O. 15.00 .. 600 80010.0015.00 .00 .. 1.00J1!.00 15.00 10.00 9500 10.00 15.00 00 j0.00 35.00 . 1.50.00 ýi0.10.W 40. 60.00 notiees 1Oo a line, Transient te, .t0 p* square for lausrtlomn sad 7c fr ea&a s'bso Iusrtioa. Qbearies, except the slu ple 1t a fur at regular rat li. We have appdelal t tll,ig rs and ,ltta ,W u gts the CoGUauA4 and their redMopts be recogniwea y St .J. Orlan....: :.... ykeeville,La ..U. Norton....... jkesville, La F. Heard:..... .-. -La" . U. ltaxey..::..Holly S lsI.Is W. Dance..:.......... Athers, La. altos Wil ...........Aeysock, La We want a r ta. agent to every w LA ITti: `brummers are beginning to pour upon us again. SBouy your drugs from J. C. Willis . Co. (Shelton old stand.) Mr. A. J. Ward, of Ward'sMill, pi us a pleasant visit this week. McCorkle & Bro. have a lot of Oas and ends of shoes and will dig . ei of same cheap. G.o to Collier's for white goods. PANSIESI! PANSIIIS I...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Homer guardian. — 23 May 1890

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. I[OMER, - LOUISIANA May 23, 1890. Newspapers Before the War. Prior to the w:'r of the rebellion newspapers were lun ries, and their readers were made up of the classes rather than of the masses. Now they are necessities and read by everybody wLo wants to be somebody. The cheapest daily newspaper then cost $6 per year, with postage added, and the better class of journals cost from three to five cents per copy, or from $8 - to $12 a year. Newspaper men of a generation age were men of leisure as cotipalred with those of the present day. An occasional essay met all the editorial require ments of that age, and the idea of gathering all the news, editing i5 to make it brief, fresh, attractive and spicy never invaded the news paper offile. The war gave Ameri can journalism its grandest strides, but the remarkable devel opment of advancement during the war was on ~;tbo beg~lning of journalisti ress. But great as was the 4Joihment of journal ism during the year, the g...

Publication Title: Homer Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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