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Saturday, June 18, :898.
DR. C. RAY MITCHELL.
Iseloay Oice. next to Poetomce.
J. F. RANrDELL, 1W. h. MONTGooMvy,
F. Y.X. RAnDELL. Notary Public
- Insurance Agent.
Attorneys at Law
Real Estate Agents,
Lake Providonce, La.
WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF
EAST CARROLL, WLEST CARROLL AND
MAIsoN PARISHES, AND THE STATE
Local and Parish News.
iAttood Church to-morrow.
/1t has rained every day this week.
Cotton blooms are common thingse
noe. * l
We are having a little too much I
Levy handles the latest Bazar pat
The promoters of the gin mean r
Assistant U. 8. engineer Leo Shields a
is ln town.
That was a heavy rain on Sqturday c
eveing last. b
Too much rain now would make the I
A great many potit cases were tried
under the new law.
There is very little sickness reported I
throughout the parish.
Mr. N. Fousse has started to make t
his building attractive.
1111 Bro's., have just received a big
shipment of flue bhoes.
Blackberries are very scare, and d
none are on the market.
Fine sewing machines and granit r
and deli ware at White's. C
The report of the grand jury is pub- d
lished in another column.
Services at the Methodist and Epis- tl
coplal Churches to-morrow.
The wind on Monday blew a house
off Its blocks in New Providence.
I. We are Informed that the corn crop d
oI East Carroll is the best in years. 0
Mr. Alex Stockner, of the Bend, has aI
Sbee in town this week as a juror. u
Those nice refreshing summer sa
drinks at Gueusar.'s can't be beat. it
Messrs. J. Stein and R. J. E. Barwick, d
were visitors to the city on Monday.
The Belle of the Bends makes good
time and is proving to be a fast boat. II
Rev. Father Maeo went down the
river Monday morning on his wheel. at
Screen doors and windows at Ma- si
guice & Scbneidcr's. Any size you
We want to impress it upon your sl
mi'd that the registration office is now o1
We are afraid that we are going to T
get too much raiu for the growing k
That's a pretty good joke Charley
Whittington tells ou himself and the P
GOalnty & Marcus have a neat and
attractive estore. Call and look at the el
Ysacer Bell has a bike. There is E
talk o)eome other old men in town S
getting wheels. ol
The yellow fever reported at Mc- II
Henry, near Misissippi City, should p
not alarm any one. p
On aeccount of the rapid declining w
river, boats are compelled to lanud at
the upper warehouse.
Our pnblic school has closed for the
session, and it has been one of the most
successful ever held. L
Registrar McRae has his books open, A
and it is very important that every e'
person should register.
Those silk skirls ljust in at 1Illl', are
the latest in make-op. From a cheap P'
grade up to the hlighest. of
What the town of Providence needs Ye
is a bank. It would be a paying in- Pt
stitution from the start. D)
A one.horse show passed through to
town on Sunday lat, bound for the
westeru part of the 8tatle.
Capt. J. B. StonO, p rominent at-t
torney ol Tallulah, Ithas been iu town 5.
this weoek ou legal busines. J
ihsrm. A. J. Breighsapt, Henry Ct
Kroseneor and J. M. McNeel, were
serving a herors this week.
Mute, Robt. Shields, brother of
Mesrs. LeO sad Fred Shields, arrived
Tmueeday on a visit to friends. wi
The trial of Anthony Gontbie p
b ght up a large number of colored ra
peopl on T'uesday end Wednesday. fet
Mr. Wlte*r Ooodwlin brought us in tb
l a ooatoo bloom on Monday. lie tells
us that his Asdd t spotted with them.
We regret to tlearn that Mrs. Loulg, th
wife of ssolet U. 8. oeagiosuer Phil wl
Loan has bee dsck for the past few sti
That was eomewhat of a wind on hib
iMonday evanlog, and averel pereas o
thought that we wne going to have a
The nmw gl wOt beaes fine cano
be ats and vevrytlbhg aboot it dl
willl o obe latest labor.Mr-ha.tg ua- S
i m i mam fell, the aeompilebe4 Iha
Seoe tor ·ad Mtrs.~ IhDrs
. - re". act
72 cases Mason's Fruit Jars.
50 dozen COVERED JELLY GLASSES.
Sold at less than wholesale prices,
MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER.
Cards have been issued this week by
Judge and Mrs. Joseph M. Kennedy
- to the marriage of their daughter,
Mary Woods, to Mr. William Allen
Reid, Tuesday evening, June twenty
eight, eighteen hundred and ninety
eight, at 8 o'clock, Methodist Church.
There was in town for several days
four or five gentlemen representing
different makes of gins-the Eagle and
the Monger Companies, both being
represented, and the committee ap
pointed by the Providence Gin Co.,
to select the outfit decided on the
We understand that both little and
big Tensas bridges are in a very dan
gerous condition, and that both bridges
need attention. Our informant tells us
that both bridges will not hold up a full
a load and are liable to go down at any
moment. It is better to have them
looked after Immediately than to wait
until an accideut occurs.
Mr. P. Ketcham of Pike City, Cal.,
says: "During my brother's late sick
ness from s' iatic rheumatism, Chamn
berlain's Pain Balm was the only
remedy that gave him any relief."
Many others have testified to the
prompt reliet from pain which this
:h liniment affords. Fur sale at Gue
unard's drug store.
Mrs. Chas. R. Egelly and son, Fred,
ro returned home from Now Orleans on
Saturday last after an absence of three
js months spent in New Iberia and the
Crescent City, where Fred has been
ty under treatment. Fred is one of our
best and brightest boys, and his many
1e friends are glad to see him improving
and that he soon will be well.
The murder trial of Anthony Gam
'd ble for the killing of Charley Overton
in the second ward sometime ago, was
ce taken up on Tuesday morning and oc.
cupied the attention of the court for
ig two days. IIon. J. E. and F. X. Rans
Sdell were for the defense while Capt.
J. B. Stone of Tallulah assisted the
it District Atterney in the prosecution.
On Thursday morning the jury ren
b- dered a verdict of manslaughter and
recommended Gamble to the mercy of
e- the court.
At the present term of court a great
many petit cases came under the juris.
diction of the Judge, according to the
new constitution, and it worked
i admirably. There is no doubt that
under this new process the parish is
r saved much costs, and insteas of trifl
ing cases taking up sometims a whole
r' day with a jury, they are ds posed of
in a great deal shorter time, ith very
t. little expense.
e Messrs. Yancey Bell, J. W. Pittman
and G. M. Franklin were the progres
sive citizens who first started the gin
movement which was not long in taking
r shape. Now the company is composed
of fifteen or twenty of the substantial
business men of our town and parish.
o The gin will be of the most modern
g kind and up-to-date in every particu
lar. In the next two months it is ex
Y pected to see it completed.
The promoters of the gin company
d met on Tuesday and organized by
e electing the following officers: lHon.
*E. J. lHamley, President; Mr. J. N. Hill,
u Secretary and Treasurer. The Board
of Directors are composed of E. J.
l- Iamley, J. N. lill, Yancey Bell, J. C.
li Pittman, S. W. Green and G. hM.
Franklin. The committee on charter
Swas also appointed, who will get it up
as soon as possible, when it will be
SThe annual election of officers of the
Lake Providence Building and Loan
,Association took place on Tuesday
Sevening. The affairs of the Associa
tion were managed so well during the
pasit twelve months that the same
oficers were elected for the enaulng
s Jrear. President, E. J. Hamley; Vice
- President, C. S. Wyly; Secretary, C' F.
Davis; Treasurer, J. S. Guenard; At
Storney's, Ransdell & Ransdell; Notary,
W. H. Montgomery. Board of Direc
torts: E. J. liamley, J. E. Ranadell, J.
a 5. Guenard, C. S. Wyly, N. PFousse, T.
J.qatherree, Phil McGuire and J. VW.
A tesrific wind and rain storm came
up from the sooth-weat on Monday
I about two o'clock, and for a while the
wind blew at a terrible rate, accom
Spanied by one of the heaviest kind of
I rains. The wind blew down several
fences and trees- in town, and one of
the front windows and a few brick in
the front wall in the seepd story of
the new brick building was blown out,
which showed that the wind was very
strong. Mayor Ilamley had a very I
marrow escape from being dangerounly I
hihrt by the window. The damage to
the beldinug was repaired on Tuesday
a4d work lis now progressing aicely.
T tho~s who suffer from impaired
digettlon and weak stoUmach, and on
deonest of this have a pagefar dread
oftalbs and fever, will begled to learn
bthat a cure for ohbtin and fever Is now
sinaufaetared and halversally sold
iotelly iiii il,.s & It Is Ramo'
I ,S, o .s att TnereaT.i.atoets bu
A negro who has been working at
the levee camp of Mr. Mike Ervin at
Wilson Point and who was with the
ts. outfit that was passing tlugh town
s, on Thursday evening of last week, was
recognised by some one as a fugitive
murderer from Mississippi, and before
by bhe could give the alarm the negro
dy smelled a mouse and takifg one of Mr.
er, Erwin's horses skipped out, making his
en way down the river. Mr. Erwin fol
y. lowed him and on Friday morning
y- caught up with him riding his horse
b. near Omtga. Mr. Erwin called him to
hault, but he commenced to ride faster,
when Mr. Erwin let down on him with
a shot gun loaded with buckshot.
One ball struck him in the back near
the kidneys, which brought him down.
SHe was brought up Friday night and
he placed iu jail, whore he received medical
attention from parish physician Long.
lHeackouwledges having murdered a
colored girl in Mississippi. The depu
ty sheriff arrived from Greenville
es Wednesday, and took him back yes.
us terday morning.
Iy Bad management keeps more people
M in poor circumstances than any other
,t one cause. To be successful one must
ook ahead and plan ahead so that
when a favorable opportunity presents
itself he is ready to take advantage of
it. A little forethought will also save
much expense and valuable time. A
prudent and careful man will keep a
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
10 and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house,
the shiftless fellow will wait until
necessity compels it and then ruin his
best horse going for a doctor and have
d, a big doctor bill to pay, besides; one
n pays out 25cts, the other is out a hun.
!e dred dollars and then wonders why
is his neighbor is getting richer while he
n Is getting poorer. For sale at Gue
ir nard's drug store.
Large mud sills have been hauled to
the landing for the new warehouse
that will be erected. It will be large
.- and roomy, and it is the intention of
n Messrs. Maguire & Schneider to build
s5 a large walk from tte levee to the
c- warehouse for the uvenlence of the
)r public, and which 'ill do away with
8- the trouble of boating freight.
S COOPER'S WELL WATER.
n. I have made arrangement to keep
i- on hind a fresh- supply of this
d famous water during the summer.
)f By the galon, 50cts.
By the glass, ice cold, 5cts.
Guenard's Drug Store.
s. Mr. Dan Quin, a prominent Vicks.
e burger, was in town this week. The
d Major has a great many friends in
Providence who are always glad to see
It his smiling countenance.
s THE ILLAWARA COMPANY, L'MTED,
n UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
STATE OF LOUISIANA,
SPARISH OF EAST CARROLL.
n Be it known, That on this 17th day of
May. In the year or our Lord. One Thous
g and, Eight Hundred and Ninety-Eight, be
t fore me, J. S. Guenard, Clerk 7tn District
C(ourt and Ex officio Notary Public, in and
ii for the parish of East Carroll. State of Lou
tieana, duly commissioned and qualified
m* and in the presence of the witnesses here
n oaefter named and undersigned. personally
calne and appeared the parties whose
- names are hereunto subscribed, who sever
c. ally declared, That, availing themselves of
the provisions of the State relative to the
organization of Corporations and more par
ticularly of Act No. 36 of the General
y Assembly of the State of Louisiana. for the
year eighteen hundred and eighty-eight,
V they have covenanted and agreed, and do
.by these presents covenant, agree and bind
themselves together with such other ger
1, sons as may hereafter become associated
d with them or their successors, to form and
constitute a corporation or body politic in
r. law, for the objects and purposes and under
the agreements and stipulations following,
[. ARTICLE I.
NAME AND STYLE. The name and style
of this corporation shall be TBE ILLA
p WARA COMPANY,. LIMITED, and
by that name it shall have power and au
Sthority to exist and enjoy snuccession for
the full term and period of Ninety-nine
years commencing on and to be eompute
e from and after tbhe date and day hereof.
DOxICIta. The domicile of this corpor-.
! ation shall be in the parish of East Carroll.
Stats of Louisiana, and all citations and
other legal process shall be served on the
a Presidcnt, or in case of his absence or in
ability to acet, upon the secretary of the
SThe President shall preside at all meet.
ings of the board of directors and stock
holders, and in general, shall be the ex
Secutive officeer of the corporatloo.
OuJ.cTa AND PUn~PosseS. The objects
,and purposes of this corporation as estab
lished and the nature of the business to be I
Scarried oo by it are hereby declared to be I
us follows: t
To acquire, own, conduct and operate a
general mercantile and plantlng business, I
to receive and forward freights, to operate (
gins and warehouses, and to conduct such a
other operations as may be eoasidered
by the managers to be advisable, profitable d
ARTICLE IV. I
i This corporation may sue and be ued,
and in its corporate name, hold, have, re- a
ceive, convey, sell, mortgage, pledge, leamse t
Sand sub-lease and esjoy real and personal a
property; borrow and lend money, ad
make contracts; make and use a eorporate
Ssesl,*and the same to break or alter at pleas- e
ure; name and appolet managers, direltor.
omleers, clerks and agents as the interest d
Sand eoovenateaoe of said corporation may 1
require ; make and establish such by-laws, a
Srules andrealattose for the proper mtes- q
agement and reulFatfeos of tke aalirs of a
said eorporatiou as may be neeessary and a
proper, and the same to alter or ehang at
plesure; and in general, shall possess all p
the rights, powers and privileges to wllch a
such seorporalltions are or may be by law of
Louisiana entitled or autbeorised topossess. a
ARTICZLE V. li
The capitl st~k of this corrtion is
hereby S'ol ast Vbes Thouan (ti,5Ol)
Doila, dIvided 4ate add represnted by
one hundred and i ht a (1"0) shaee at one
bundred oiW. iL . Tea tek
onpalyb be *e for eash a yre
ncttI' ,Xveaqi b abe eoealoa
irBmicbS o h
THE BEST QUALITY. CAN BE ADJUSTED
TO FIT ANY SIZE WINDOW, 40 to 45cts.
--ý5 WIRE GAUZE,
SEVEN DIFFERENT SIZES, at lOcts YARD
UP, ACCORDING TO WIDTH.
--'aF LOWER POTS,
FIVE HUNDRED JUST RECEIVED. PRICE
ACCORDING TO SIZE. 31 TO 14cts.
9-WRANITE a4 D ELFT WLARE
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF TIIIS WARE
IS NOW IN, AND CAN BE SEEN IN OUR
LARGR SIIOW WIN DOW.
OF CUBA ON ONE SIDE AND THE WORLD
ON THE OrTHER, 20cts.
- $SEWINf G ACHITIES.
WHIIEN YOU WANT ONE, GET TIIE
WHITE. IT IS TIIE BEST HIGH GRADE
MACHINE MADE. WE KEEP A STOCK ALL
TIIE TIME. $24.00 UP TO $30.00.
W. N. WHITE, AGT.
NO OTHER HOUSE IN TOWN
CARRIES SUCH A
READ THE LIST:
Hay, Corn, Oats and Bran.
Plow Gear. Buggy Harness. Iron Age Cultivators. Handled
Hoes. Eye Hoes. Brinly Uprights and Sweeps. Brinly Plow
Beams. Brinly Plow Handles. Brinly Plow Points and Bolts.
Barbed Wire and Staples. Wire Nails. Garden Rakes. Ice
Cream Freezers. Grind Stones and Fixtures. Pitcher Pumps and
Well Pipe. Long and Short Well Points. Scythes and Scythe Stones.
Bath Seats, which can be attached to any galvanized tub. Axes. Ax
Handles. Hoe Files. Bush Hooks. Cane Knives. Post Hole
Diggers. Base Balls and Bats. Genuine Dexter Cross Cut Saws.
Steel Tacks in bulk. A fresh lot of Tennessee Millet Seed. Brick.
Lime, 100 barrels, just in.
OUR LINE OF GROCERIES CAN
NOT BE SURPASSED, AND OUR
PRICS ARE LOW.,
J. W. Pittman.
stockholders each share of stock shall be
entitled to one vote, to be voted either by
the person in whose name the stock ap
e pears on the books of the corporation at the
time of voting, or by party du!y authorized I
In writing to that effect.
e The business and affairs and coporate
< powers of this corporation are to be trans. 1
acted by a board of three directors to be
composed of stockholders thereof, to be
elected by a major.ty of all votes cast at
meetings to be held for that purpose. I
. Robert Nicholeon, Charles Langham -and I
d A. K. Amaker shall constitute the first
e board of directors, and they shall hold their
' offices until their successors are elected
e and qualified. Each suosequent board
shall take their seats on the Tuesday fol
lowing their election. On the first Tues
day in May, 1900. and annually thereafter,
an election for directors by the stockhold
ers shall be held at the office of the corn
pany after ten days notice thereof shall
s have been given by publication in a
newspaper in the parish of East Lar
a roll: Each board of directors shall,
e at the first meeting after its elec
tion, or as soon thereafter as practicable, b
elect from its number, a President, Vice s
President, Secretary and Treasurer and a fi
a General Manager. The offices of Secretary t
and Treasurer may be filled by one and the a
same person and the General Manager may o
fill another office in the c6mpany.
The general manager shall have such tj
powers and duties as may be designated by ti
the board of directors of the company. a
S Failure to elect directors on the date tl
above mentioned shall not work a dissolu- o
tion of the corporation, but an election b
I shall be held after five days notice as o
I above *8t forth and until such time as an ti
election does occur, the old oficers shall to
eonutne In the exercise of their ftLactloes 4
Any vaeancy occurring it said board of a
Sdirectors fro saf ruse shalbo b Le ld by
Sthe remaining drectors. A. - r et l
said board of directors shall e o tlAlte aS
quorum for the trssnaction and Ulag -
meot of all basiness of said e . Ty. T
may make by-laws and replal oa zit
cha and alter the same at plasure; a
point and Ix salariea of all (le~ ofllcers,
agents ead emuployees, and the sage to
ehae or deslais at plesrt u sell, convey,
mortg iedge. lease and parcbaep-op
er., Is, tmorable., reat spuarae
al, 'bor and lend mote, Ise iotea sa
bonds, me contsets and asign e aifea to
be .sieda&t eeas rv acts,. -e. i m.
and i th. of the eorpOrsnOr dowr
that may bieem ry to he die to he
se of r busess - ,y us.
by the aw# ap~ieao ýsurptwtca.
- " '-V _
meeting shall have been given 'by publicsa
e ion in a newspaper published in the parish.
ie Whenever the corporation is dissolv d by
;d limitation or any other cause its aluaire
shall be liquidated by the board of direc
tors who shall remain in office until a com
plete liquidation of :the affairs of the cor
t poration has been effected, with Ibll power
to fill any vacancy occuring inalid board.
t In his discretion, the President may, and
upon written request of two stockholders,
id shall call a special meeting of the stockhol
st ders of this corporation.
it ARTICLE X.
d No stockholder shall ever be liable or re
sponsible for the coatracts or faults of this
corporation In any further sum than the
unpaid balance due to the company on the
shares subscribed to by binm, nor shall any
mere informality in organization hays the
effect of rendering this eharter null or or
exposing a stockholder to any liability be
yond the amount due on hbls stock.
I, ARTICLE XI.
No stock shall ever be sold or transferred
by any stockholder to any person not a
e stockholder, in this corporation without
a first belng offered to the stockhbolders of
y this company through Its board ordlreetors
e and having been refused by them, both the
y offer and refusal to be in writltg. We
such stock is offered the board sei. hairs
h the-right to purehase same for aeconat of
I the stockholders of the corporation qt the
actual cash value of said stock as shbow by
a the books of the oempanl at the tlq at the
Soffer to the board. This privhdaes hero-.
a by declared tp be a oatnea t bsetwee the
s company and the atockboderlead Weeu
Sthe adivadosa atteekhelder aad
II bess' upon sid. be a lsl~kdt/s
to cyvts share o .stack aised byc b r".
Iw i jiiti es.
y 'G Ytye0~
- I 4
The school children can now ta;e
their fisbing rod and" can of bhai and}
hunt for bank pearch and fight mos
The street and bridge comnmit tee ore
complainiu about boxes, beer kegs
and other things betp piled up a~ng
the edges of the sidewalks.
Now that the eotracet has been
closed for the erection of the big gin,
it will only be a week or ten days
when work will commence.
The Mississippi Valley Railroad is
furnishing reduced rates to all summer
resorts. Call on Mr. A. Q. Pearce,
city ticket agent, Vicksburg.
We are reliable informed' that Mr
C. A. Voelker has decided to erect a
fine brick store on his lots next to J. c
N. llll & Bro's. grocery store. t
The Acme Brick Co., finished burn-.
lug their kiln of brick on Saturday p
last, ',,d are now ready to furnish first
For the past week our town has had a
several gin men, each one claiming a
that their system was the best for baud- fl
ling cotton. ,. t
The heavy rain on Saturday that n
came up about 2 o'clock ruined, the
,evening's business. It made the mer
Mr. Kerlin takes charge of the mail
contract on the first of July. Wehope
that he gives as good satisfaction as the T
present contractor. tI
Mr. J. W. Pittman wennup to
Greenville on the Ouaehita last Satur
day, returning Monday morning'oo the
Belle of the Bends. y
The law Is now very strict, and it is
important that you should register.
If you do not want to lose your vote tI
you should register now.
The river is now falling very fast, -
and no'doubt there is yet time 'for
planters to make a crop on the laud
lying on the ofitside of the levee.
Marshal Peeck was the happleat man S
in town Tuesday morning, and every
person be met be would tell thent
about the arrival of a girl at his home.
All K. oft P's. should he on hand at c
the meeting on Wednesday night next.
There i; work in the rank of Page, be. bi
sides important business to be trans. tt
J. N. 1ill & Bro, are having put np a
a large refrigerator for the storage of
beer. They are now sole agents for m
the celebrated Anheuser-Bush keg
beer in Providence.
S'. GALANTY, J. MARCUS.
GALANTY & MARCUS,
'T` GIc stwb
Lake Street, Lake Providence, La.,
Dry Goods, Ladies Dress Goods,
Notions, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
C aS T- B I Crd G- A. 1 3W
Ga-r-T' ~, rzEl .~'Tir GOra O€CDI,
IEFBargains at all times to cash buyers. Our stock is new and
complete. A liberal share of the public patronage is solhited.
Blacksmithing, Wheeiwrighting and
cnem hoe;nl p c-ialty.
Sparrow street, near theecorner, take Providence, La.
SBilliard & Pool Room Parlor,
PHIL M CUfRE, Prtogrieor,,
Next to Max Lo4y0s IIg Clothlug Sttoro,
...LAKSE *d LEVEE STREETS..
SLake Parodesteaae, a Ltouasiana,4
LLIUARD lnd POOL TALk ,.
Choiest brtas Whoikies, tratudies, Wines, gars ad To.
basso. 4t.. baw;s Live 'Oak. _ure' Bye; Memphis Claeb
pute Rye; IT. ý llpp e orq x a rsndteimported; J. Lan d mIsc na
nsh ; 1N Lawoo pwt. Bourboin. sping '93; Robiane. . .a i ,
r- poe . S; pure :: g
l+ . rayr rtems a# . +L Itc '.
,p.t IlI ths .bo.?i @ 1
S , . + +,: + n ++ :
o Fr . a 'sV. . . i .
Special ra~, (o Omaha, account ex
positio inu ItWct via Y. & M. V. U. L.
Summer excursion rates to many
point, are now iu effect.
For iulormatiow call on, or addroe
A. Q. PEARCE.
C. P. & T. A., Vicksburg.
Strayed or Stolen.
One Ulbt bay horse. 4 yeas old ina ood
order, about 15% bands blMgblocky built,
spHt in left ear, white spot in forehtad
about size qt a silver dollar, hair short
where collar fts over mane.
A duitable reward will be paid for the
recovery of the above horse.
E. J. HAMLEY.
Providence, La.; Jline f8, 1808.
I was seriously arilicted with d
cough for several years, and last fall
bade more severe'cough than ever be.
fore. I have used many remaedles
without receivinlg'much relief, and be.
ing recommemied to try a bottle of
Cb cBerlain's Cough lRemedy, by a
friend, who, kuowii~ e to be a poor
widow, gave it to tte, I trgd it, and
with the most gratifying rellts. The
first bottle relieved me very lmuch and
the second bottle has absolutely cured
me. I have not had as good health
for twenty years. Respectfully, Mrs.
Mary A. Beardt' Claremore, Ark.
Sold by J. S. Gucnard, druggist.
The Tougher The oy'
The better we like to clothe him. Ile's
the surest test we know. The biggest
surprise to a boy is findinig himsetlenf
able to rip his .clothe. Prove ro Islc
Mnother that you sell saoh clOthes and
you have a-lasting customer. We flad
Money back if not suited.
Mail orders receive prompt stiea;
WARNER & SEARLES CO.,
State of Louisiana. pnarsh of East Carroll,
5th ,hinstice (Court-Neweomb & .lay vs.
Bv vlrture or a writ of fi fa to me directed
by the lHon. 'th Justice Court, in ths above
entittld cause. I will proceed to sell at ipu,
lic auction at the door of the' ,th Jusated
Court, in the parish of Eist Carroll, La.. si
Saturday, the '?nd day of July, 1866,
between the hours prescribed by :*. a!
the right. title and interest of Will Helley,
in and to the following described property,
One small Brown Mare, seized In the
Terms of sale-cash according to sppralsd
JORDAN FORE,! \'.
Lake Providence, La., June 18, 1~a."