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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 9 June 1880

LAIBORNE RLUARDIAN. VOL. 3.1 HOMER, LA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1880. NO. 43. Terms of Sebukriptles: one year in advance, ............... 00 Smonths ............. 1 00 T'fb e " " ............... 50 Terms of Adwvrtlelg: One square, of aen inch in space or lees, first insertion, $1 00; each additional inser tlen, 50 cents. I mo. rnu' mos. mos. I year. 1 square, 3 00 5 50$ 7 00t10 00 00 i 6 9 / 00O 11 16 00 2500 3 " 0 14 0018 w14 006 35 00 4 12 04 U20 2 3b 00 50 00 4 coulmn, 15 Mi 25 01 33 60 00 75 00 2500135 0(43 65 o10000 Profeseional and business cards, of ten lies or Iess in length, $15 per annum- for six month+, 110: for three months, 7. uqeinese advertisements of greater length will be insertgl at above rates. Legal advertisements will be charged at legal rates, where tized by law; otherwise as special rates as published above. SW Special notices 20 rents per line. icneral itoticer of less than ten lines, aed marriage and religions notices inserted gratis. Job-work executed in the n...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 9 June 1880

TItE GUARDIAN. TO  F T Ti nlFILErE AN. II1r . C. wYrrT. 16 ddler man was old and d gray, The fiddler ma was tbi ; And his Addle It had a gruesome crack All up and dewn its poux old back, And it let a diaoord i: MIt wherver be went er wherever he rame The iddlere wleokme was ever the same ; And the song that be song had a cheery sand, All day a he traveled hi war aomnd: • The san unay shine and the rain may fall, lht the gend ruleth ever all," Ilg the fiddler old and gray. The fildlir man had neither Iande, Nor ducks, nor herds, nor gol l; lie earnied what be had of meast and dlrink, And lodging;: tl elothee, and a bit of cliuk; W1i his. lddle so ra'kedl iland old ; Ae up sad down thri' eh atreet aad laaa, lIn the sultryv rein or the chilliug rain, With twanging string, but with cheery strain, )Ie lhldkdl, anid ang She ihl refrain: '*The man may shine, and lle rain may fall, lint the glmd hedl ruletlh over all, And all are Ire by Ill. hands." The fiddler man had wealth untoldl; Aye...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 9 June 1880

CLAIBORNE (RUARDIAN. VOL. 3.1 HOMER, LA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1880. NO. 43. --~~ -- - ... . . . 4-" . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .. .. . . ..mm Terms of Sobeeriptlos: ose year in advance, ...............2 00 six months .............. 1 00 ireero " " ............... 60 Terms of Advertlelag: Sue square, of one inch In space or less, Irst insertion, $1 00; each additional inser tien. 50 cente. I mu. 1 . m mos.6 mos. I year. I equare, 3 00$ 15 700$10 o0015 o i0 V " 6 0 1 1 16 01 Y.5 00 3 " I 14 I l 1 4 00 35 00 4 " 1 200 2o 35 O 4 50 00 4 columl, 15 1' 2:5 33 600 75 00 25 0 :15 O 43 65 O10000 Professional and business cards, of ten lines or lcss in length, $15 per annum: for six months, 110: for three months, $7. utsiness advertiuments of greater length will be inserted at above rates. Legal adlvertisements will be charged at legal rates, where Sied by law; otherwise as special rates s ipublished above. ag Special notices t0 cents per line. Ylanral notioee of less than ten lise. and m...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 9 June 1880

CLAIBOaNE GUARDIAN. OFFICIAL IOURNAL OF THE PARISH. AM pta l4i, e I. 0. Lwue as' S.r. B. D. ABIIIIWIN, Publisher sad Proprleter. DIATTON 3. IITES. Editer. 1 1M33, LA., Wed ~day,-- ----Jal 9, 1 M0. THE CHICAGO NOMINATION. Mo'slor, LA., June 8, I1M0. Special to Clail.rne Guardian: After having receive! only one vote for twenty-nine ballots. Garfield was noninat ed en the tbirty-sixth ballot. His strength came from the olllponenta of (rant. (oar field is a strung candlidate, far more dan eroues than either Orant, Blsaine or Sher man. The nomination was mtile smid the greatest confutinn. 1). It. IIAYES. The last chance to get fine hats and nor elties from HIland, at A. Weril's store. We hereafter propose to hlbut with a glun that isn't loaded. That in the kind that is always going fK and killinlg methliug. Wranothb eclarres ine Clircago that nei tber Grant nor any other ReIublic.een ha. the gbasotof a alhow in lonislana. lil frle low delegates kiidly ratify the ntatellcerit. .asiness ...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 9 June 1880

TILE GUARDIAN. MULBAUPT A STONE, uocceom To I. lnbscribers who do not give express setiOe to tbecentrnry are coniidered wish. tarto cautinne their slalcriltiions. I. If subscribers order the diecontinu sace of their perialicals, the pullblisher may continue to send them until all ar. ineas at" paid. . If snllacrhers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals fromn the office to which they are direceted, they are held responsi ble until they have sttled their bills, and ordered them discoutiuled. 4. If subscritier move to another place without intonuing the publishers and the papers are sent to the former direction, they are held reUliousible. 5. The cunrts hare decided that "refus tag to take the periodlic.ls from the office. or removing aand leaving them uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of lntentional Rand." 6. Any person who receives a newspaper sad makes use of ir, whether he has order. ed it or not, he is held in law to be a uauh. scriber. 7. If subscrihers pay in advance,...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 9 June 1880

Y1 W 1 6 > WHEN r' OLD? I w gk mk ling, a mns me nmos y a r 'tache moameun rome and go. Year love I know is trnthfnl, kt the trees love 'rowe eold; It I. to that I wnold ask rnm. Wits yea loe me when I'm old? wIrs the stream ,of life together, We sa iling side-by's'le.; Hopin esome bright day to anhoer, r-o tnd the surling tide. To ay a k isk rlsandsles. But the night may rlnsl mulfolid; And itse s~me may gather rend ns, Wll you love aic when I'm oldt Whee my a ha all shame the enwdrift, And mine eye shall dimmer grow; I would leas upon some loved ose, Is the valley as I go. I weld claim of you a promise, Werth to me a world of gold; It s only this, my darling, That you'll love me when I'm old? IAtH morn will aon Ie waning. And its evemln bell. he tolltd; t y heart will knsow no eudonse, If you'll love me when I'm old. In cleaning house a system should always-be observet, antd only one or two rooms shoahld is, attempted at olee, unless yon engage a Inrge force slid rush the work...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 16 June 1880

. LAIBORNE UARDIAN. VOL. 3.1 HOMER, LA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1880. INO. 44. Terms of Subhorlptiee: Oune year in advance,...............$2 00 Sax months " ............... 1 0( Three " " ............... Terms of Advertislg: One sqular.e, of one inch in space or less, firtt insurtion, $1 00; each additional inser tlen, 50 cents. I moo. '2 iamos.3 mos. rn; ne. year. I square. :3 00$ S ,($ 7 l0(10 IN06 00I I 2 " ( (i 9 O 11 s  ( t ll() G) 00 3 " 1 (N) 14 I' 1 tM, 24 00 :1 0.0 Scolemn, 1 (a 2'5 14 311: 1( ,, 511 IN 75 I 1 * I 25 , lN 331 s i It 13 1 I : I, 1l1) tio PIrofei*iounal and htuial nesa cardtl, of tell limes or le.ss inll lenth. $13 per annlllnIIl; for iLx mlnthuiti. $11: lar lhree monlths, $7. BuII.iInes aldlvertil+,n nts, of grleat.r length)l will he invirted at at hv.e rates. .egal adIvertisenllIts will he charg.ad at legal rats.. where lixed by law; otherwise at sipecal rates as publihbed above. I, Spe,'cial noti:. 20 cents per line. l'utll.r.l ll,.lics of ,Ir.y than ten li...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 16 June 1880

CLLAIBORNE GUARDIAN. Off AL ISURIAL OF THE PARISH. 9" k i 18 . 0. Levin'e 'Omw 3. D. ARIIIIION, Publisher sad PFr.rletr. BIATTON B. EATES, Editer. HOMES. LA., Wedaeedsy,...... -June 16, 1%0. MASS MEETINI. The Ilmncmratic-t'cne'.rvativle Party of the eparich of C'laibe r uee w ill a.nc*-thh, at the Cort-loluse., in the town of onier. atl It o'clock, m., Wernledtay. the VGtI inet.. for the Iprpe,. of .el.ectinll delelat,. to the Convention of the Fifth 'onigres.'e nal Disttrict, to be hllten at MSl3oroce, La., on the 11th of AIngte, Ilel. By order of lhe Ikh'nocratic Exec:tive Cummlitee, J.ne 7, I.l/. TIIIOMAM I'lICE, Cbairm-an. BII3 . R. t'LaHKAcx, ery. NI Dovllatil. Iaviug Inout one of the handls fromn the oSca it Imeutne', ircillerltcllt that onr palt rllu should pay special heed to tlihe rjllte that we publish as to the hor for hrllccgeg in adverttl'mee.ts. All erier. flr extrat papers sehoueld eI..' mlute itfIre' aturdlay noon for tlhe iumle, of thel flllnwing week. else ...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 16 June 1880

THE GUARDIAN. MULHAUPT A STONE, tOOCstOIae TO J3. a. LEWI oo$ SlFL JLPORT. LA rewspaper Laws and Regulations. I. Shbacrier who do not glve eplres -etice to theu cttrary arte cta.ideredl winh in g to eontiut thei r shseripltioun. 2. If subscribers order the dis(enlltinnll srce of their perieei,.altn, the p;atlhllher -tiy continue, to anlltl them Iuntil all ear rerargec are paid. J. If sulcll sers uieglect or lefluse to take their perienlicals frnll the otTert to whlch they are directed, thea are lit-lI r.lotesi ble until they have, attled th.-ir hall-., and ordered theni discontI ne.d. 4. If selhIeril.ert move to another phace without itltornminZ the pulhlsbe.rs and the papers ire asllt to the formncr directionl they are held responiatle. b. The corts have. deideed that "refit. lag to take the pe.rioli.eal] from the, otlier. or remuoving and l-aving thiem tInralld for, in prima facie evidncleIle of Ilntentional rand ." 6. Any person who reeives a nIew paper sad maklet use of it, whe...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 16 June 1880

TRE GUARDIAN. T1I UWTS IN CAMP. ('Wemlg KMa" I Detroit Freet Pres.] "?b*•e • 5 more pine knot, Tom; it's 0 1111In' cold to-agllt The wi from Rocky Canon eomes with keetnst kind o' bite IAt'e boy a rousin' old camp ire, an' then I we'll bey a chat; Please hand my rile over byar--mect keep my piw on that! A * ae doen't iUrn know Jist when he'll need his gun Jlat when the cessed tljtlln lnelks r' buotin' arter funl. LIdht up yer pipe, old pardner, t her'eoeth In' like a sOluke To 11 the iotermnlalotl thet's atweeu each ara or joke. "I giL's knew what's got inleter , mfr on the trall te-day, My theaghte her bin a eroutin', 'round a camp teht'e far away! A atp ,ht's in 'God's country,' near thrt bLbt Ohio tream, Au' th mc'rles of the past kep' crowdin' en m like a dream! I Nld the old log farm ihouse, whar' I spelnt ru eerl) day.; The sbnhul bonu with its noisy crew: the boat in all tlheir plays: I eosld see the old red meetiti' Ime', whiar' once I Jin'ed the church iltod ui with plone ...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 23 June 1880

U•.LAIBORNE QtUARDIAN. VOL. 3.1 'MER, LA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1880. 1 45, Tom of SSberoipisea *O year la advaae, ............... s 00 TBo agatha " ............... 100 Three " " i ............. S Tmo of Ader Mleg: One equatr, of one inch an space or les, irst Inoertion, $1 00; each additoual inr ties, 60 ceats. I ao. m. a m year. laquareo 3 5 5 7 10 15100 S" | 90 00 11 16 q 00 3 " 9 14 1 3600 4 , 19 o 9 W 6 600 Scolumn, 16 6 33 0 00 - " IS 36 43 6 ,00 00 Pret-esioal sad busiuee eards, of ton lines or les in length, 15 per agem; for six months, $10; for three montbh, it. aulnesis advertisements of grter length will be naIrted at above rate. Legal advwtisemeats will be chrged at legal rata, where id by law; otherwise at special ratl as published svrle. SW' Special oetees earts per line. Funeral notices of less tha tea li, and marriage sad religie. nmetiees i ted gratLe. Job-work executed in the neatest style. and at reasable prices. August S9, 1877. aNO. A. sICUAmSeos, ATTONEY AT LAW...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 23 June 1880

4LAI3MORNE GUARDIAN. AL mSnALP tNHEt PARISH. ol dMa ewe, 1. e. fZweams' see I. B. A. I3il, Pibaboad Prsprier. P3ATgW 3. MATES, Sft". gNO"1 . LA., Wed.eday,--J3-- e t3, 1880. The Vleua Sentluel has communica lsees bos prties proposing for Coupgres Allen Sarkheale and E. F, Kidd. Cookting promised to nominate (Oiat at Chieage and to walk barrealled through the land If he failed to do so. We wager that he walks aarund Rhode beastor B. F. Jonas kLdly frnishese a with a copy of a speeet by Williams of tentucky o nlvpport of a hill to grant pseeles to soldierm sad sailors of the Mealean War. the people will read with interest the bteter from Mrs. Altee Lltnsey In the palle" today. The storm at Savoy was a de strective one,, and the help fins Homer ceme in good times. J. H. Chappell, Esq., deli, era the ano eal address at the Maei College to-day. We hope that he will have a large atudi-. ones. He is an eemaplishled orator, and bille not to tnterret hil aedienees. While in Mioden we mst u...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 23 June 1880

THE GUARDIAN. , the IULEAUPT A 8TONE, ay CD as erl . y ~ . all - - -of "'SHRLVLPORT. LA. ta m - Cno tot ewsnpaper Laws and Regulatlen. me tat 1. Sabacrihers who do not give exprelss w aeties to thecontrary are considered wish tag to contiutie their anbscri.tions. a . If subscribers order the discoutinu- chi saes of their periodicals, the publisher the may continue to end them sa atll all ar rerages are paid. J. If sitbcnbers neglect or refuse to take tbl their perimlicsls from the oflie to which tre they are directed. they are bIld respouni ble until they have settled their bills, aud iU ordered them discoutinted. ve 4. If subacrilwr move to another place without inftorming the pultlishers and the papers are sent to the. forulmr diroctiou. they are held responsible. 6. The courts have drrcidel that "refus tog to take the periodicals from the office. or removing and leaving them uncalled for, is prima facie evidence of intentional faud." to 4. Any person who receives a newspaper pr a...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 23 June 1880

Tf GUARDIAN. I lir, wever, 7e011 preooease her Fe asseda ysll" we VON dubeteas. an the p ( .e the phrae). heh sod seeomplishie-ee, indeed, poor Idemr. rt She does not Iew the laMst slag-I f- e Oe's ot a lirt. ase eiad not name the winesr of the Oabs, bls does nat bet; I' pettty eare she never eves emekee «A beauty' Well, she's not eseldsedi eeob To girls o bs Ist. Her dearest lends do et sham he mees, And thats a s t. Perhaps she has not Mrs. L.--y' eye, Or rosee.leaf skin, Bet still e sweet a flee to erittsiel Were downright esin. She der not scream when skittish Polly Not she-sand wait, Trwmad do you good to ae the way she A ve-rbared gate. She calnot sing bravura rnes sad elsee She does not shim Whes seated at "a graud"--bt then he al. Are just divine. With kg.lheeled hLs she eases not to distort Her pretty feet Her lilies ad her roses were not bought In Regent street. Aid eail more shocking, I regret to state, Her want of taste She eassio be indueed to caltivate A wasp-like wais...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 30 June 1880

ULAIBORNE WUARDIAN ' OL. 3.1 HOMER, LA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1880. . 46. Terms of Subserlptls: One year in advance, ............... 9 00 8ls mouths " ............... 1 00 Three " " ............... 60 Terms of Advortlsl: One square, of one inch in space or less, Irst insertion, I1 00; each additional inser* tien, 50 cente. 1 mu.J o2m mo n. m1 year. I square, 3 0 55 7 00 10 1: o00 a " / 6 0 9 11 16 0 2:00 3 " o 14 18 094 1 :ts 00 4 12 O 1? 25 35 5000 *eolnas, 15 00 9S 33 5O0 : 00 1 " 5 3 3 1 100 00 Professional and rustiness cards, of ten lines or less In length, $15 per annum; for stx mnonthi, l10; for three months, $7. Rusiness advertisementa of greater length will be inserted at above rates. Legal advertisements will be charged at !egal rates, where fixed by law; otherwise at sl,e'lal rates as published above. CI Special notices 20 cents per line. Funeral notices of less than ten lines, and marriage and religious notices inserted gratis. Job-work execnted in the neatest style. and...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 30 June 1880

CLAIBORNI GUARDIAN. 111 a"L M Ma TU PARISM. WWATIINI. LAT.,o - a3 r. 3033, LA., Wmedasay,-- ---Jne 80, 1880. WAs rsanarr.a W. 8. HANCOCK, Of Pemesylvani. rOe VTICW.:P-'ItT: WM. H. ENGLISH, Of ladia,,. -.5--- S COMxsaM.-r trlm DEUtrCr:, J. FLOYD KINO, Of Ceoeertlla Paeish. ,. - mall- am - July bo almeet upon as and no water, smeless. Mr. Tennyson received $0 a lioe for his latest pom. Kick the buckeye bushes in Ohio, anod oat Jamps esndldate. Lymam Trumbull Is the Demoeratli aoinee for Governor of Illinois. eon. John Young ban gone to Sbileh to deliver the •auel literary ailase of their Gon'l Haneaek wias r years old last birthda, and will be the handesmet of all the Presidents. In Memphis It is a criminal ofense to sell pistols. Several partee hbare been coavicted and uoed W6 each. The Supreme Court at Monroe decided that the Ilense tax on drummers Ms other Stateo ia unconstitutional. We have received from some party to us uakaown a opy of the Madleounan. pblithed at Madison, Georgi...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 30 June 1880

THE GUARDIAN. EULHAUPT A 8TONE, SHRLVEPORT. LA. ewspaper Laws and ieglatUn. 1. absecribers who do not give express nsetle to theoeatrary m oensidered wish ing to continue their subeeriptions. 9. It esaeeberme order the diseoutinu ase" of their periodicals, the publisher may conutise to send them until all ar rearae are pad. J. If subecners neglect or refnse to take their periodicals from the oice to which they are directed, they are held respeonsi ble atil they have settled their bills, and ordered them disoontinued. 4. If. subscribers move to another place without intorming the publishers and the papers are sent to the former direction, they are held responsible. S The courts have decided that "refuo ing to take the periodicals from the omee. or removing and leaving them uncalled f-r, is prima facie evidence of intentional fraud." 6. Any person who receives a newspaper and makes use of it, whether he has order ed it or not, he is held in law to be a sub scriber. 7. If subscribers p...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 30 June 1880

T.rn DIAN. NAL EPISOtE. most confem, And a week agoy I mi base boeo woo, Bt that is 311 over," sab penslvely sighed. "For I du you are only sj' geu r Son." There was silence awhile on that Alpine Ik bt, They could hear the sound of the moetn* tain streamt; Nfe twirled his moustache and his aIlpen stock. Mil e she anftly warbled, "It was a * looam." *.W Sorw for France," she re wIl meet ye ats Paris next • I've lirstl, for culture, Jyol p sonoaistedt with that sort of rltr a Sirtato what, what, der the 4 r ladyship call itr" be fiercely And Y qutestion. I own, Is one that well Illght bother the eversgo BDrtish head. Sbe turted her feter to tihe roy West Wher.e the lush of dying days still gloweel: ' 1s eNtilltling." she Irnet.ed, rIfer.tively, hBint sn 'inte.ruatiotenl epioNie.'" [l.relnetr' MHothly. Now they do i Iowa. I came to pet a stop to this fool. lsbnes. lt ain't countin' expenses Im Iooekh' at, for coal Is cheap ainul wood can be had for the haulin', but Punskk and tired of ...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 7 July 1880

aILAIBORNI Ui UARDIAN ' VOL. 3. 1 HOlER, LA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1880. No4 "47, Terms or Ssmelpofea: one year in advance,............... 00 lix months " ............... 00 Three " " ............... 80 Terms of AdvertIuel: One aquare, 6f one inoh isn ape or ltes, rut insrlion, $1 OU; each additiuoal iaser. tieo, 50 eeate. I Me. n 1 m .s.j meol 1year. I eqsare, 3 6 S 1 00 00 it " /5 0eq0t q S 3 " 9 14 is s 36O00 4 t" I SOm 1 s35 s 00 Ssolemn, 15 W1 33 850 7 100 1 " e 0135 43 00 00 Professional sad badness eards, of ten lines or lees in leagth, $15 per annum' for six months, tie; for three months, di. 1inainesa advertisements of greater length will be inserted at aboeve rates. Legal advertisemente will be charged at legal rates, where zixed by law; otherwise at special rates as pablised above. rrI Special setltees 0 seats per line. Funeral notices of less than ten lines, nlld al:rriage and religious notices inserted grat is. Job-werk exneeted in the neatest style. anld at reas.eehle ...

Publication Title: Claiborne Guardian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Claiborne guardian. — 7 July 1880

CLAIBORNE UARDIAN. mMSAL MO MAL OF THE PARISN. Oise Ipýtls, ear II. C. EweawIee same I I . I . AB VeISON, PablW r sad Freprleter. DRATTN B3. LATES. Editdr. C -- - - TOe PwSU)5t?: W. S. HANCOCK, Of Pelnuylvania. poa vcr.-PauslatDVtT: WM. H. ENGLISH, Of Indiana. ------6**-- pmo coloaRa-I nlrrt DItIcTc: J. FLOYD KING, Of oeecefrdla Parish. oloEs. LA., Wedaeidaly, ---July 7, 1880. NOTICE. The IBeetive Coemnittee are requested to Imeat In Hmer on the 14th illt., to arrange for a Grand ltatifration rMeetiug. TIHOt PRICE, Chairman. Week before Inst there were 46 deaths from yellow fever in hIavana. A petition is being largely circulatrd iI Nwe Orleane requesting the Governor to call an estra nesilon of the Legislature to meet in September and take some action in regard to the City Charrter. Mulbalpt & Stonle have laid in for the summer trade a stock of the Lileat Ieiots. shme and hate ever bronght to the city of Shreveport. They defy any oppailng holne to show ip a finllr stork of goaI...

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