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L K. BAnans, S B. KmENNY.1
BARBER & KENNEDY,
Lake Providence, La. M
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.ttoaZ.tVey at Jaw. but
Lake Providence, La reto
Pralsse Is State ld Federal CuIs.
cLIWTON F. DAVIS, We
.ttlo-'.ey at ,I. R, w, and
Lake Providence, La. shot
At Judge Montgomery's law office. pr
V. D. 3Zl.L,
Surgeon and Practicing Pyselan. ma
(Obstetrics a specialty.)
Will respond to all calls, day or night. Cba
Office at Bernard drug store. Residence wit
next to Metodiat Chure
Payment for medical services must also
be made at the close of each month Ilam
Local and Pasutd News. nar
Primaries on the 28th. vill
Not a store for rent in town. wei
Smyrna rags, all sizes, at White's. Thi
Go to Meas's for cheap grocers. lug
The river Is still falling at this point. tlb
Dr. Stewart Is ruihed with dental of I
Mcae has resoived a ew lot of ue '1
Bud Stein is collecting taxes in the Sul
lower wards. of
Have your tickets printed in time the
for the primaries. ev
In a few more weeks the fields will the
be clea of cotton. to
Let every man in the parish come
out to the primaries. 1
"Give the devil his due," Marshal at
Blount is hard to beat. Lo
Some of the side walks are very fro
much in need of repair. We
That pretty matting at White's. on
Be sare to eall and see it. qo
Forty bales of cotton came in from vii
West Carroll on Tuesday evening.
We gave the duet the name of mud La
last week, but it is now duet again.
The Town Council met on Thurs- De
day eeninag. Proceedings next week. he
We are pleased to report Mr. T. p
Byrne much improved in the past Gt
The frst report this season of the
public school is published in another
Mies Ethel Foster returned from an
New Orleans Wednesday morning on or
the L4athers. Ni
We learn a crowd of the boys will foi
take in Ringlitg's circus next Tuesday i
at Greenville. th
Levee work along the reach above th
Providence seems to as to be progress- th
lug rather slowly.
Our friend Father Mahe still holds
on to that straw hat. Its a wonder im
he hasa't been shot. jo
Jadge P. F. Montgomery went B
down to Madieon on Monday to hold ,
a term of civil court.
Don't my that you cmnnt 4pare ,
time from your business to g out
and vote on the 28th.
Where Is our caudidate for the Leg
lieslaturet Some of the boys say he
has gone north already.
Capt. Thomas, of the government
leot, suocesfully sauk another large tI
mattress on Sunday last.
The river boak in front of ,Homo
chitta, on the Mlsalrppi side, Ie cav
Iag into the rivervel eryhsIL I
Mr. J. G. Pittman has again lesed
the Blue Ridge and Hlollybrook plankta- i
tlons from Mrs . Di. Dis.
Col. Qasys uad wife from the Bend, I
camo In on BSunday last to attend ser- I
viceso at the Methodist Church.
Mr. Jake Stein has placed a bale of
long staple cotton in the Louhhna x- I.
bibit at the Atlanta Exposetion.
Hos. . E. Ranudell after visiting
Aleondria, his did home for a few
days, returned yesterday morning. 1
Mr. J. W.. Dun will have no oppo
dtlon. Our worthy sherltshonld fa '
proud of the high esteem a which he
s held by the people of East Qarroll.
With very little meet and no meal
or corn to buy from the North next
year, won't this be a prosperous coun
Marshal Blouot had a colored man
up before Mayor Hamley on Tuesday,
for figbtang. He was dued dre ad
The steamer City of Shbsld, out
from St. Loui, put of a large lot of
freight at our landiang last Sunday
Mr. J. W, Pittlman, the large Lake
street grocerw, made a order of one
hundred boxes of chewing tobacco
Sthe euffrage amendment can be
id , Jafter it has ben adopted by
tab what good is there in vot
for ladle a fet
I)rlor her assessed noongh
!~ b~ breakers o ath
.c~V ; P~.W .: 5
qaae Ill se bad apace
" i/ster now fthe t three 4
i-i i increased i. large only
Y". s, and the boys who like to on o0
fo t tho hounds, will bhave a ine On
season for their sport.
Mrs. Ruth Bloom and her two chil- ith
dren returned to Greenville Tuesday retar
night, after spending a month at her head,
old orne. Mrs. Bloom says there is ville
but one place for her, and that is dear throe
old Providence. We hope to see her Mis
return soon again. Chrit
We learn that the fence law will be We r
one of the issues in our pariah politics. o'clo
I We are opposed to the present law, main
r, and believe that our Police. Jury soon
should have acted upon the petition the c
'e' presented to them by a large majority town
of the people of our parish. tol, I
Sore Throat. Any ordinary case Dav
may be cured in one night by applying depe
t Chamberlain's Pain Balm as directed s
Sce with each bottle. This medicine is WA
ust also famous for its cures of rheumatism trip.
nth lame back and deepseated and mus
cular pains. For sale by J. S. Gue- und
s Messrs. Jordan and Atkins of Green- of f
ville, Miss., came down on Tuesday, and o'clc
went out to look at the the iee factory. the
** These gentlemen are thinking of leas- dafi
* lug it for next season. We believe dele
nat. that if the right men would take bold the
utal of it that they could make it pay. crov
nee The cotton market has about st t
adjusted itself again after the recent plac
the flurry. It seems that the speculators ash
of New York and Liverpool control ulat
Lime the cotton future business and when- mau
ever they want to "bear" the market stre
will there very little trouble for them B
to do it. we
ome to t
In another column we publish the wer
shal amendment to the Constitution of of !
Louisiana relative to the right of suf- no
very frage, to be voted upon in April next. Lior
We do not know how the people of tav
ite's. our parish stand on this important we
question, and would like to hear their L
Prom views expressed through our columns. bib
Why suffer with Coughs, Colds and gre
mud La Grippe when LAxATIVE BROO of 1
' Qui n will cure you in one day. Prc
ura- Does not produce the ringing In the Uni
reek. head like Sulphate of Quinine. Put gel
r. T. up in tablets convenient for taking. our
past Guaranteed to cure, or money re- the
funded. Price 25 cents. For sale at B1i
ther Guenard's Drug Store. fee.
A boat will leave St. Louis to-day, ant
from and our mnerobsat have sent in large grc
g on orders for goode to be shipped on her. Vic
No doubt this will be the last boat out bet
will for sometime, without there is a rise dei
aday Il the river. The looks as now that im]
there is no chance for uatg bange in mi
bove the condition of the river for some- UI
es- tinme. fro
molds The economical wearing of pants C
anler means wearoig the beet. the best mn
jeans pants are the BUC KS K IN (
went BRKECHES. They are made of good bi
bold jeasu aewed with the best thread, and ha
the know-bow make the fit and looks, h
ipare and the low primce. There's a guaran- cr
Sout ee with each pair-look in the uP
my he MIDIOAL DOEPARTM3NT,
Tulane UnDvertty of Ioutslaa. I.
meot Its advantages for practical Instrue
large tion, both in ample laboratories and A
abundant hospital materials are un- AI
lomo- equalled. Feea es is given to the a
great Charity Hospital with 700 beds at
and 30,000 patients annually. Special th
ints- Instruction is given daily A*T TrBE - at
exDn Or wan Salo. The next session *'
Bend, begins October 17th, 1896. For cata
id ser- logne ad inforwation address pl
PFrM. S. . Cxiuula, M. D, Ds4w, is
ae of New Orleans, La. tt
s x-. AP. O.Drawer 61. ol
The earthquake bshock of laut Wed
itinug eeday morninag was not felt by any
person in town that we have heard of;
but down at Ooodrieh's it was felt st
Svery distlnetly. While ia MayerSville l
bh he on Sunday last,:we were told b7 a onum- si
arrolL ber of citizens that they were awak- h
meal ened by the shakling of their houses, i
h Next and a chimney of a kitchen falling '
coun- from the shock. It occurred about 65
o'clock a. nm.
f man _ __e
Meeday, Mr. J, 8. Guenard the druggist will
re i-d tell you that no one is better qualified
to judge of the merits of an articlee
Id, out then the dealer, beMause he bties his
opinion on the experience of all who
use it. For his reason he wishes us to
lk publish the remarks of other dealers ,
of on about an article whichle he hyldles.
obacco Messrs. C. F. Moore & Co., Nerberg.
Ore., say: ,,We sell more of fham
can be berlaln's Cough Remedy thin all
ted by others pat together, and it alwayls .
in vot- gives good satstfeation." Mr. J. :;i
te. Idi i d iL.s P whI
in". tb Yg . r. guodo f ir lf ttl.
STh.e Barnaens r-ti 'ias always
bught the write-up of a trip made
by a newspapet sman is of very, little
Interest to ts readers, and that, the
space could be tilled with more ister
esting matter, therefore we will make
only a short synopsis of what we saw
on our trip to the Exposition.
On Saturday, October 19th, the ed
itors and representatives of forty-five eve
different newspapers in Louisiana,
with Mr. L. S. Scott, the popular Sec- anc
retary of the Press Association at the
head, left New Orleans over the Louis- To
rvile & Nashville Railroad. We passed
through the famous Rummer resorts of
Mississippi-Bay Saint Louis, Pass ha'
Christian, Mississippi City and Biloxi.
We reached Montgomery, Ala., at 7 -
o'clock in the evening, where we re
mained until the next morning. No
sooner than the cars had stopped and
I the crowd could get off, we took in the Gene
town in a body. and visited the Capi- Ch
tol, the same bualding where Jefferson
Davis delivered his declaration of In
dependence. Montgomery has wide
streets and handsome buildings, and Fresl
was the prettiest city we saw on our
Not an acre of ground did we see
under cultivation between New Or
leans and Montgomery.
At 7 o'clock next morning we were Asst
off for Atlanta, where we arrived at 4 Pi
a o'clock, and were at once conveyed to
F. the Alhambra hotel, where, accommo
" dations had been made for the entire
delegation. It being Sunday, and
d the Exposition not being open, our
crowd scattered over the city looking
It at the many different sights--of a Selt
it place that thirty years ago was in and
-s ashes and to-day can boast of a pop- Beet
Il ulation of 100,000 inhabitants, with Wil
.- magnificent buildings and beautiful
n Bright and early Monday morning
we set out for the Exposition grounds
to take in the sights--and sights they
_ were. Our readers have read so much
of Atlanta's great show that there is
no use in giving an elaborate descrip- prit
t Lion of it. The Exposition compares
favorably with the World's Fair. and
it we advise our friends to go and see it.
r Louisiana has one of the finest ex- (red
8. hibits on the grounds, and attracts a whoei
id great deal attention from the throngs wthe
to of people. The exhbibt is in chanrge of tere
,y Prof. H. A. Morgan, of the La. State the
he University, who is one of the finest the
at gentlemen we ever met, and if any of foot
,g. our friends should go to the Exposition
e- they should visit him in theAgricult ural bad
at Building, where they will be made to ten(
feel at home.
October 23rd was the President's day.
iy, and brought a large attendance to the re
go grounds--fully 50,000 people. The
er. Vice President and most of the mem- Mre
ut bers of the Cabinet attended the Presi- nig
lee dent on his visit, and one of the most Mnr
at important features of the day was the for
in military parade in which participated Jac
Ue- United States regulars, volunteerswit
from Connecticut. Virginia, North wh
its Carolina and Geogia. The President son
made a brief speech, congratulating
IN the organizers ag' managers of the Ex- I
od hibibtion on the splendid success they wa
d had achieved. The President tried M.
Shard to shake as by the hand, but the ot
in crowd was so great that he had to give at
he up in disgust. Me
The Midway is one of the attlractios aw
that pulls the crowd, and every person hir
who goes inside of the grounds, has to sat
see the "*fakes," which are numerous.
u- The members of the Louisiana Press dr
ad Association received many courtesies in N
un- Atlanta. Mr. W. O. Hart, a promi- p
the neunt lawyer of New Orleans, who was of
ees at the exposition, extended an invita- to
ial tion to our delegation to be his guests
ED- at the Grand Opera House to see Rice's
ion '1492," which was enjoyed very much. as
s- It is impossible to relate the many wi
pleasant events that occutred in At
r, lants, and we left the ,,Queen City of b
La. the South" reluctantly on the evening
of the 24th to take in the sights of
red Chattanooga. li
an On Friday morning we arrived at Wi
of; Chattanooga, and after breakfast we ni
felt started on a thirty mile drive through bc
ill. the historic Chicamauga Park and Mis- pl
em sionary Ridge, where the government Di
rk- has expended over $650,000 in estab- ly
, lishing a National Military Park, and pl
liag where hundreds of monuments are se
4 6 erected by the dlffeient Northern hi
States. Not a monument has yet been di
erected in memory of the "lost cause." cc
will It is the duty of every Southern State at
fied to appropriate handsome sums and he
tile place monuments on these battle fields.
his We went up 'on Lookoat Montain, 4
who Tennessee's great historic resort, 2,300 a
i to feet above see level and 1,700 feet ha
ilers above the city of Chattanooga.
lies. Our visit to Nashville was the most ,
erg. plesusat of our trip, and the Press.was p
a D royally entertaned by a ooamitee;,
all com os Messrs. A. J. Grigaisy, o
ray Thos. Cooey, Wa. Hawkes, H. A.
* Hoeso~ok, 3. P. Webb and Eugene
SPster, tnvig them to a lOunch at thea
s hWm.Gerst Brewiag, (| where
. . sapesbes wes ade and beer flowed in t<
$y t du~ Amog the plaes of at- o
5e k UgsS&OS*t*Ue wsasthe rowads of th, s
w (kj esioaVm to take place
trbar eet W et weeak we wll
-'a" 'f~Y~bj..~ nbir EI
and unquestionably far superior to any inthee
Town, and PRICES DOWN to SUIT the
I HARD TIMES. Every Boat that lands
has something good for us.
NEW A RIVALS:
e Genuine Italian Macaroni, Assorted Fruit Butter.
- Choice Cream Cheese, Mango Plckles.
n Graham Flour, Crabs on 1-2 Shell.
Fresh Buckwheat. Sour Kraut.
Pure Sugar House Syrup. Pine Apple Cheese.
Fresh Prunes, Orangecs &c.
Maple Syrup. Cored and Grated Pine Apple.
Cranberries. Chicken, Ox Tail and Turtle Soup.
r California Evaporated Peaches. Fulton Market Roll Beef.
New Lot Soda Crackers. Smoked Pork, Sausage.
re Asst'd Preserves in wood and glass. Fresh Pork Sausage.
4 Pickled Roll-Moppsa Whittaker, Acme,
to Can Chicken and Turkey. 5 Picnic and uncainvased
o- Breakfast Bacon in cans. Sugar Cured Hams.
re _ _ _
a&-Brandy, Claret, Champagne Cider, Ginger Ale, Mineral Water,
a Seltzer Water, Old Rye Whiskey, Imported Apollinaries Water, Imported
iand Domestic Champatgncu, Anheuser Busch Keg Beer, Budweiser Bottle
P- Beer, Malt Nutrine, Mere:chino, Benedictine, Imported Sherry and Rhine
N INice Assaotmnt of Granite Ware. Nice Assorment of Hard and Ti . Ware
ch The patronage of the public is respectfully solicited, ana
prices and satisfacion guaranteed.
res W. o. M'a 'B t, Agt.
od ,.- ,,,- . . ,,: , l t1 1 I iH - i
credit upon the Preesdent andSecretary,
who were unceasing and untiring in
their efforts to make the excursion z,
what it was-a trip of pleasure and in- 1
terest, and as our friend Clnauvin of ,
the Donaldsonyille News says, ,'when
the hour for parting arrived, the pro- 0
found s!;:.s which precedcd every ex
pression frotu the members, as they I
bade one another, good-bye and ex- I
tended their best wishes for another
such pleasant renuion, told with what
regret to all, the end had come."
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Melton, and
Mrs. C. C. Miller left last Wednesday
night, taking with them their mother,
Mrs. Emily Keller, who has been ill
for so long. Mrs. Keller went to
Jackson, La., where she will remain
with Mrs. Miller until she recovers,
which we hope will be within a rea
Mr. R. J. E. Barwick of the second
ward, has secured the services of Mr.
I M. M. Goodwin in his store. Mack is
one of the best salesmen in the parish,
and we congratulate Mr. Barwick upon
securing him. flow Mack is to stay
a away from-town, is what will bother
1 him considerably. Here's lucklall the
Major L. K. Barber, wife and chil
e dren, left on Saturday morning for
° New Orleans, where they may reside
- permanently on account of the health
a of Mrs. Barber. The Major regretted
to leave tihe parish, where he has spent
such a pleasant time, and became so
popular with our people. the Ban.
ner-Deomocrat hopes that the Major
y will return and reside among us.
Anti Rattlers and leather washers for
buggies at McRate's.
t Jim Bush, and old colored man,
living in a cabin on the Island place,
it was burned to death on Tuesday
e night of last week. The charred
h bones were found after the tire and
.- placed in a box and buried. Jim
it Bush killed another colored man near
b- ly twenty-five years ago on the same
id place where he lost his life, and was
re sent to the penitentiary for life. He
*n had served twenty years, and about
nt five years ago was turned out on ac
" count of not being able to do anything,
toe and made his way back to his old
All the ladies of town have been
n, flocking to Guenard's drug store this
)0 week to look at the fine perfumery be
et has just received.
Aunt Mary Burke, an. old colored
sat woman, was the peison who lost the
as pocket book, and Mr. Foase turned it
over to her. The old woman Ind two
fve dollar bills that hd been in it for
' over fifteen years,
ne Judge J. M. Kennedy left on Wed
needay morning in response to a tele
gram from his son Joe. who it very
ir sick at Las Craves, N. M., and wishes
in to return home to be with his alea
n- ones. We hope our friesd wdit be
strong enough to make the trip.
* Zadiaes' sotauoant
l2 ýrs;L . ~ ,jtar ma I las made repsarat
he fl to entertain ladIh a:.i h e Lie View
estsareant dut ng tbe til asid wmater se-.
sae O)ysters are tket-on hasndall thetit,
W and ass be s veee ,n asy atlth.
site, se s the piairnag. if tte
fiog ringens and rings at .Mcfae's.
On Thursday night after our citi
zens were in the arms of Morpheus,
they were awakened by the report of
several pistol shots and the blowing of
the marshal's whistle. Several of our
citizens got up out of bed and went to
the assistance of the marshal, expect- £
' ing every momint to stumble over
some poor mortal with his toes turned
heaven ward. Geo. Smith, G ill0 F Frank
it li and W. Ii. Fisher found the mar
shal standing in front of Conner's w
saloon, who informed them that the
shots were fred on the inside. They
went to the rear of the building and
' mnade an entrance, where they found
1 three hobos and an empty pistol and
the room full of smoke. They marched
L the gentlemen over to the lockup, and
' the next morning they faced the Mayor,
who fined the shooler $50 and the
others $5 each. Saturday evening
id Mayor Hawley reduced the fine to
r. $25, which was paid by friends on the
is government fleet; The five dollar
b, birds paid their flnes also, and skip
)n ped ; and we will bet it will be a cold
iy day in August when they strike
or Proyldeunce again.
t Visit McRae's sad they will be sure
to tell you what they have for sale.
or The steamer Joe Peters sank in the 1
de bend of Island 6O on Monday morning
h last on her down trip. The Joe
ed Peters was owned by Capt. A. L.
,,n Cummings, was valued at $9,000 and
so insured for $6,000. It is said that the
in. boat is lying In sixteen feet of water,
or and will prove a total loss. This is a
heavy blow to Mr. Cummins, who was
building up a good trade, sand his
ror friends in Providence sympathize
deeply with him in his misfortune.
in. Capt. Cummins has chartered the
e0, Mary Morton, which boat is expected
Ay down to-day.
The family of Mr. J. S. Guenard
im have been sorely afflicted for the past t
m week. Mr. Guenard, his wift and lit
tr- tie son hade been coafined to their bed
me with fever.
ras One or two weddings are on the
He tapie. We intended giving the names
at this week, but the parties begged us
so hard not to do so, we bhad to prom- J
ac- ise not to do it.
' Miss Joe May Egelly, while at the
Old dance at the Opera House on Tuesday
night laid her 820 cloak in the window,
and when she returned for it, it was
sen gone, and cannot be found.
he In company with Messrs. S. B. Ken
nedy and Tom Davis, we went up to
the little town of Mayersville on SBon
red day evening last, and spnat a, very
the pleasant time visiting oar friends.
a it We learn that the parish Is free of
o peddlers. They are the kind of people
who should be given the cold shamke.
The owners of a great many plastbc
'4- tiown in our parish will ant allow these
le.- ew on theer.
erv Rev. C. Mahe went to Prlop
Ie Mwonday In response to Is
Isee a yeongmsn by the eaarl s
'0 aey..wbo was very dck-wishr
ihver. Mayor lteley ande i trSp
with tb.lRevereaMIFathe'. " -
W :dill 1as 114e the ptoe of
'r bearing to the serson deliveretd `b
sea- -e, Mi. uikes$ ebekr o Saa tadiy
IUrt~a. vhlig hoet, heb e I U4se Itt
aCt se of the resest
o Aflieuse bytbk wurete4
the seietrof ne ! t *[ .
pielat ins, s e of0tihe l, i
places in East -o NwaRer : tt
1896. See nuolce i this h I ie.
The Mayor and Rard AOlfdr
taited to nteect on edies A 1i . ,vea
It I. sei4dt of' o the nemshse 'f
board had the creatpu. usual.
The Providence Lumber Comp
have enough lumber at the landita tE
ill two barges., The river is so low
that hbots cannot reach Si. Louis.
It is said that she gentleimeu tat
charge of the government works, will
comtmetce takhitg a large mattress for
a point, near Schaeldet's warehouse.
Miases Nellio Monlagnnery an~ NO,'
nie Davis left for Ilelens, Ark.. last
Wednesday morning to spend a monthk
or six weeks visiting Miss Clara
Presiding Elder While sad wife ar.
rived in our town on Tuesday. At
the Methodist Church on Tuesday
eveniugmle preached to a large con
M r. Tom Davis left on the lealherI
Weduesday with Frank Hlaris, who
will serve a six monthesentlence l the
penitentiary for larceny and attempt
to kill. Trm will take iu New Or.
leans before returning.
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i MATIHESON'SLANDINU I
I wish to notify the public generally that I bare re-.Ooped my i *4.
joining Purdy & Schneider, where I will do a general .ed~ eivi. A, k`_
ing business. I will have a oormpetenCt m= i charge wh.o will be t.et to d.-,
liver goods at all hours. My rates areo i keeping with tisme sad are °uI 10t
All kinds of machinery. 5 per cent. Corn. earts brat, &., per sack......,
on freighbt bi............. .....All groeetiles. perpkgr......; -.. .... -S
W ago" L.rr.a g.e, . . ............... j, "1r OOda, boots an!d bees +."..".,.
Horses, Mules and Oxen, t per cent Birrsa ...... ..... ..
on freight bill................... i.a1Vbatre il kt ............ " -
Lumber and Buick. 5 per cent on Flour arun d per eaek,lbaerfT:,,-... '0
freight bil ............... . ..... Cot ton, p b s,.. .,--t-...... ^ .,.ý i °
Fnrnfture 1 I ent on freight bill n
Hogsheads uddcrates.each.......... .15 S' tele I,' .1'1esoflanyS it , h,.. . e" " "
Planot and organs, each ............. "
Liberal discount on above prices in large lots. Coant4l. freIgt OS h "
son's Ldg., Lake Providence, La. PE.TER TBI [EO9i
S 100 f EEE -
rI ` Bicy ...
r ti beat Is er ts dlesa t.
less 'Ccbatnia will be a Ow &a& ý Oft
tben cptrie aso was to ai.ºa lit amt
a Awekofbif la !
ra__b contaet isthe psega ih s
ii Nt. at aa
rTll m te wot r albrl , ,U· -
a d 'aro th's r. "a
Guena'd Drug Store
LAKE SPTtEET, LAKE .i.C. 1& .
DO Filling pF C l.o...e, a spci f..,
L. _.......-lice g ' swg " . .
,r, Toilet sad Fnd' Antkl Nsv. -C° '
a Laudreth's Sardr Gý4
hadeths a /s.
ost LACE PROV NO i s
us TErAM AND 'IS W:1W E
IBrithk idg sa Ser Pd.mda* L '.
be dJ.L web ad v csUIISFS~4iI
YV kbus " g0 Mu' " -
I - stoas ArnS. - pos,
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ri ,-crr~·~~l u~
25~attes aps~uei,-98; neither Ah4*1 wr:
le4ly. 7 : Lrte'1Ce. Mary B ire,
ZI te llau~ler, L'atey )JcKie 'Ula.e
land (Y'$uliiUR. Qua llaI[ mud Wyiey
."Mfrn'D ea) Bell, Tea bfr,
Depart mot - Itl May 13ait7 M
lain Hatic r Iter.R.VffOa, -@Iotfi+ -
-ety Sar O'8ulll#as , (larsece $ mtIsb,
9'etx 9'saylor, Carrie Feu~ean~ Ci'ar
Mis'e Mend Ts or, Tcaoehir..
Grammar eanidl 1 School Dlepart
soenrt-Nunber on roll, 20; attyad
anc', 19; neither tartly nor buCtt, 9:
Alice Pnuse, Jim May" 1gE't , aur1
Morgan, Katie KOmietir, Car-i. White,
Blos. Aehbfldc, dIt by Br ald, Jesse
Gafdham and Visit Pilumali.
Three pupils, A-ice Fou's, Etodie
Brown ad [coy Board, who acre
nieither absent nor tardy during the
whole or last year, deserve special
credit. blow many will try to do a
well this term? Dliluqem or ese Vsi
T. F. DudleY, Wrluciptfl.