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Saturday, July 2, 1898.
DR. C. RAY MITCHELL.
Delony Oflce. next to ostoffice.
J. F. iANxDIs L,. V. IH. MorTGoM.RrY,
F. X. RANSDELL. Notary Public
Attorneys at Law
Real Estate Agents,
Lake Providence, La.
WVIL PRAC('TI('E IN THE COURTS OF
EAST CARROLL, NEST CARROLL AND
MADISON PARISHlES, AND THE STATE
Local and Parisah News.
Granite ware at White's.
Clean up your premises.
Coco cola at McGuire's.
The river continues to fall.
Epworth League meeting tomorrow.
Services at the Churches to-morrow.
Cold drinks at the Guenard drug
The large warehouse will soon be
White carries the celebrated C;lover
The bank has commenced caving be
Sherifl Dunn has made a close col
lection of taxes.
Now is the time to call at Illi's for
nice silk skirts.
Miss Alice Fousse is visiting rela
lives iu Vicksburg.
A newspaper has a tough time in
The rainy weather has interfered
with the brick yards.
There wil! be a partial eclipse of the
moon to-morrow night.
ilill Bro's ,have just received a hand
some line of silk skirts.
We are now in July, and the sumn
mer is about half over.
The machinery for the new gin will
soon commence to arrive.
The rahl this week has checked the
work on the brick building.
Boats now hug the long Wyly bar
in crossing to the Mississippi side.
The town board of assessors was out
Tuesday morning getting cussed.
lion. J. E. RPaislell returned from
No w Orleans on Monday morning.
The government has raised the
charges on nionty orders two cents.
Services at tlhe Catholic, Methodist
and Episcopal Churches to-morrow.
The toI un of I'rovidence shtoult have
a flag raisinig, and make it a big day.
M r. Tom Wilson has nearly finished
his nice residence in the Davis addi
Mai jor L. K. Barber and fanmily were
in town on Tuceday to attend the wed
At the tax sale on Saturday last only
two pieces of property went to the
Miss Joe Male Egelly left at the end
of last week to visit friends in Vicks
The heavy rain on Sunday last pre
vented the meeting of the Epworth
Now that there Is gwar tax on beer,
thel boys will get more foam than the
The crops were not near so grassy
after the rains, antd they are -clean
J. W. Pitiman carries a full and com
plete line of hardware and fartuiing
Tihe chantge of the moon didn't seem
to have anything todo with the letting
up of the rail.
The storekeepers should not thror
Nicir rubbishl, ii the streets. There is
a tile lor tihis.
K. of P. tleling ot1 Tuesday evet=
ilag next. "here is work In the
A flist door key picked up on the
sidenalk cati be had, if the owner will
casU at our sitte.
D)urlug our absence for a few weeks,
the papler will be left lu charge of Mr.
Next Tbursday evening is the regn
lar meeting night of the Mayor and
ioard of Aldermeu.
We are glad to see our friend Gal
lanty out agaiu after a rough tussel
with a billious attack.
Miss Maud lsamilton left for Vicks
burg Mouday, to spend sometime with
her sister, Mrs. Ryan.
Mr. Charley Beard of llenderson,
was up to attend the Reid-Kennedy
aedding on Tuesday.
Galanaty & Marcus are makingacut
titg rate on everything in their pretty
and well fllad up store.
Mr. liazelip, a prominent merchant
of Mayersville, Mis., was a visitor to
the city on Sunday last.
One of our young men ease very
near losinlg his life on Thursday last
while bathing in the river.
Mrs, F. X. Ratusdeil, who has been
quite sick for several dats, we are glad
to report is tmuch better.
We are glad to see that our repre
asetatlve in the legislature is oppoaiong
Ir. Fitapatrick'a saloon bill.
Deputy sheriff 1lli has returned,
after placing Steve Knight and Louis
Coleos in the peuilteiary.
Oeo of our frieads ebartered .a
steamboat itas~t week for a spiial pur
pe . Nothing lile it Tommy.
SA fewIe ays age two drummers goA
.$aet a regh atd rtulmble crepj at their
: stei, aat d each were pretty badly use
72 cases Mason's Fruit Jars.
t50 dozen COVERED JELLY (iLASSES.
Sold at less than wholesale prices, d
MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER. d
Joseph M. Baily, the talented and O
eloquent leader of the Democrats in
Congress will be in Vicksburg on
Thursday next, the 7tb inst. and it
will be money well spent to go and S
bear this great exponent of Democratic o
Mr. W. S. Poindexter, of Natchez, 'I
returned Tuesday morning to take
charge of the Providence Lumber Co,
saw mill. lie has been putting the
machinery in first class order this Ib
week, and on Monday next he will blow b
the whistle for a long run.
Quite a crowd of the second ward e
boys were up to town on Sunday last. b
Amoig those we had the pleasure of a
meeting were Messrs. Ilope, Taylor,
Jacksou, Pinkstou and Evans. 'They
told us that the crops in their ward 3
were nuever better and clean as a pin. b
Mrs. S. R. Waring and Miss Susie
Reid, sisters of Mr. Willie Reid, ar
rived on Sunday to be present at the i
wedding of their brother to Miss Dol- 1
lie Kennedy. Mr. Ike B. Plckens, who
was the "best man," arrived also on
Sunday. They are from Lexington,
Mr. G. M. Franklin, who has been
indorsed for the position of Mayor,
will no doubt be appointed by the
Governor. No doubt Mr. Franklin a
will make a first class officer. lie has a
the courage and back-bone to see that
the ordinances of the town are strictly
The stores in Providez:ce carry as
fine goods and as good a quality of
goods as any store in Vikasburg, and
it has always been known that Vicks- c
burg sells higher than our town stores. t
It pa) s to spend your money at home
and not send ofl for things that can be s
We neglected to mention last week
the exhibition of our colored town
school at their hall in new town.
Prof. Mitchell and his able assistants C
have advanced the pupils under their c
care very much, and Superintendent I
Egelly says that the sch ol could not
be under better mauagentut.
Out at Black bayou store on Mon
day next, the 4th, there will be a big
day. The boys have mane a circle
track of half a mile and put it in first
class condition, and on Molbday there
will be a big base ball game, trotting, a
pacing and running races. They ex
pect to draw a large crowd.
A letter received from Dr. Mitchell,
wishes us to say that he is now taking
a post graduate course in Dentistry
with Dr. T. P. Ilinuman and a special
course in Bacteriology in the Atlaunta
College of Dentistry, and that be will
return to Providence about the let of
August, better prepared to serve the
Mr. Ed. Delony, who has been the
Singer Sewing Machine agent in East
Carroll tor several years, has been ap-.
pointed traveling auditor for part (iof'
Louisinlcn, .Micsissilppi, 'Tenniesste rnodI
Arkai;sa . Mr. IDeoony udlerstands
the business thoroughly, and is deser
ving of the appointment to such a rc
Mr. lhamn Beard, the popular young
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jan. Beard, who
.has been attending the ''Tulae Uui
versity of New Otleans, for the past
session, returned Tuesday morning.
Ibham is one of our brightest boys and
it is gratlfi ing to his many friends to
learn of his rapid advancemncut.
Mr. and MIre. John Wi!liama were
passengers on the Ounchita last Satur
day evening for Memphls, it being
their intention to go to some health
resort for the benefit of Mr. Williams,
who has been unwell for sometime.
It is the si;ce're wih of their many
friends tlhat hIe will return fully re
stored to health.
We are informed that caving bas
commenced at the lower end of the
Benham place aud is extending down
towards the revetment. Now is the
time for the cit;zoens of town to look
after this implortalnt matter and not
wait until the caving reachesthe rovet
met before they do anything. A
meeting should be called and the
pIroper atuthorities informed of the
'Thero will be quite a party of Provi
dence folks who will leave this even
ing on the steamer Ouachblta. Mr.and
ifrs. B. F -I)udley and child for Olathe,
KanIsas; Miss Annie Rou for Washiug
ton, where she will spend the osummer;
Misse Maud Taylor, who will spend her
sutmmer at the Normal School at
Moltt Eagle, ''elnnl., anld Miss Annlie
l)elony, who will visit friends at Menm
phis; Mrs. R. L. Hill'and two children
will make the round trip on the boat.
Mrs. E. Gingery, mother of Mirs. J.
('. Bass, died at the residence of her
dlaughter ou Tuesday night after an
illness of several weeks. Mrs. Glngery
was atie of the oldest residents in the
parish amtd lived in Floyd for ianyy
years. Shle never recovered fromt the
death of her son, who was killed at the
age of twenty years.
The renaius of Mrs Gingery were
taken to Floyd on Wednesday evening,
where they were interred in the family'
Our baby has been coutinoallv trou
bled with colic and cholera ilufantumt
since his birth, sad all that we could
tdo for him did not seem to give more
than temporary reliefl, until wetlried
Chamberlain's Colie, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. Sines giving that
remnedy hie has neot bemen troubled. We
wanut to give you this tesittmenial a an I
evidecee of our gratitude, not that
you nteed It to advertise four meritori
ous remedy.-G. M. Law, Keokuk,
Iowa. For saie by J. 8. Quemard's
"I have used Clatmberltain's Cough
Remedy Io mty Iamily for years and
always with gooId resslts.saysMr. W.
B. Cooper bt EWt Rio, Cal.- ",Fr aualtl
childreq .. Ahud it e-se l -;i!ve,."
i.or sae at :;a+n,.Ld'.4dj ' -e.
Notwithstanuding the heavy down.
pour of rain that commenced failing
about 6 o'clock and continued to come
down away into the night, the Melbo
dist Church was crowded on Tuesday
evening last to witness the marriage
of Miss Dollie Kennedy to Mr. Will
The church was lavishly and banud.
somely decorated by the dear friends
of the pretty and popular bride, under
the supervision of Mrs. W. N. White.
There were three arches across the
chancel rail, and in the center arch
were two gates tied together with a
large white ribbon and over each arch
hung a large bell.
Mrs. W. N. White presided at the
organ, assisted by Mr. Robt. Kennedy,
brother of the bride, with his violin,
and as the bridal party appeared, the
sweet st rains of Meudelesou's Wedding
March told of the approach of the
bridal party. Two pretty flower girls,
Lillian Powell and Florence White led
the way, and after them came Misses
Katie and Narcisse, the twin sisters of
the bride, then the young lady attend
ants dressed in pink organdy with hats
to match, while the gentlemen were
dressed in the conventional black, as
follows: Miss May Beard and Mr. T.
B. Davis, Miss Sussie Reid and Mr. S.
B. Kennedy, and the first bridesmaid
and groomsman, Miss Mary Lanier
and Mr. Ike B. Pickens followed with
the groom. Then came the lovely
bride leaning on the arm of her father,
Judge J. M. Kennedy.
At the head of the chancel rail the
bridal party halted, forming a semi
circle, when the gates were opened by
the sisters of the bride and the two,
who were to be made man and wife,
stood before the mluister. Rev. Mr.
Parker's words were impressive and
the ceremony very pretty. At its cou
clusion the party marched out of the
church to the sweet strains of the
organ, and proceeded to the beautiful
home of the parents of the bride,
where a reception was held and Mr.
and Mrs. Reid received the Cougratula
tions of their many friends.
The lovely bride is the daughter of
Judge and Mrs. J. M. Kenuedy, and it
a most charming and queenly woman,
and who is a favorite with all who are
fortunate to know her. Mr. Reid is a
moral, upright and honorable young
man, and stands deservedly high in
Mr. and Mrs. Beid received a large
number of handsome plresents.
The happy couple left on the Belle
of the Bends Wedz:esday morning, and
on their return wi:l make their home
at Wilon Point, where Mr. Reid has
charge of a store.
The Banner-Democrat heartily re
echoes the congratulattoiis and well
ani hes of their many frrieadl, and
trusts that they may live to enjoy
many )ears of happiness and plenty.
Persons troubled with diarrhoea
will be Interested in the experience of
Mir. W. M. iush, clerk of lHotel Dor
rainco, i'rovidence, IR. . lie sao s: `'For
several years I have been almost a con
stant from diqrrhoes, the frequent at
tacks completely prostrating me and
rendering me unfit for my duties at
this hotel. About tlo ycars ago a
traveling saleesmnu kindly gave mie a
smnlll bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrlces Remedy. Much
to my surprise and delight its effects
were immediate. Whenever 1 felt
symptoms of disease I would fortify
myself against the attack with a few
doses of this valuable remedy. The
result has been very satisfactory and
almost complete relief from the afflict
ion." For at the Guenard drug store.
Ruth, the little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. R. J. Burney, while swinging in
a hammock on Tuesday evening fell
out, and we learn broke her leg above
the knee. We hope that their daugh.
ter is Inot dangerously hurt and that
she will soou recover from tihe acci
We had a chanice (of seeing the crops
last week in the tupper and lower part
of the parish, and we never saw such
cotto: and corn. Both crops were
clean and iln flno condition. The corn
erop was never better, while the cot
ton is just as good.
As an instance of Mayor Ifamley's
good administration, we would sinply
state that the amnount of fines imposed
in little less than a year anltouuted to
$75000, and that $650.00 of the
amnouut was collected.
Mair. Joseph Chauveau has been ap
poilted sexton of the ccmetery by the
Cemetery Commissioners. Hie ts an
experienced horticulturist and will
gladly take contracts to keep lots
clean by the year.
We notice that lion. S. T. Baird, our
M1. C., has announced his candidacy in
some of the papers of the district
while in others he has failed to anu
nouuce. Perhays he thinks he can get
along without it.
We call the attention of the public
to the card ol Mr. J. W. Girton, of
Meridian, Mliss., in another colomn,
who is agent for'*Fhe Progress" self.
tramping cotton press, one of the best
on the market.
Mr. Pat. Aldrich, a prominent young
lawyer of Baton Bouge, arrived Ture
day morning on the Belle of the Bends.
Mr. Aldrich came up to Imeet his wife
aud to te present at the Reid-.Kesnedy
nuptials,and lteneded renmaining for a
few days, but received a telegram on
Thursday ealitug them home.
SThe mayor ha is tsaed am important
proclanmatiuon, as to cleaning up your
yards and outhouase. Now that mu.
mter is with. au every person alould-see
thai sthheir '.1 pretmisi. s thsorota1ghk y
SSmuer Underwea I
( Men ai Bo"s
Balbriggan Under Shirts and "
Drawers, extragood quality, I
per suit, $1.00. .
Balbriggan Under Shirts, 25
cents to 80 cents.
Nainsook Under Shirts and
Drawers, extra well made,
per suit, 90 cents.
i Nainsook Under Shirts, 25
cents to 50 cents.
Bleached Drill Drawers--our
50 cent seller is a handsome '
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. Hnndled
Hoes. Eve Hoes. Brinly Uprights ant Sweeps. Bxinly Plow
Beamns. Brinly Plow Iandles. Briuly 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 Cror~s Cut Saws.
Steel Tacks in bulk. A fresh lot of Tennessee Millet Se:e. Brick.
Lime, 100 barrels, just in.
OUR LINE OF GROCiER-IES C\AN
NOT BE SURPASSED, AND OUR
PRICS ARE LOW.
J. W. Pittman..
nmer dnMerqts to Cl1arter
LAKE PROVIDENCE AND WESTERN
Amend and re-enact Article Ill, so as to
have it read as followsa:
The purpose for which this Corporation
is chartered. and business to be carried on
by it, are the construction and operation
ofa railroad and telegraph line, for the
transporting of freight and passengers, and
the sending of telegraphic messeges from
the city of Providence. in East Carroll, par
ish. La., said railroad and telegraph line
running In a westerly direction, from said
city of Providence, and connecting with
the Houston Central. Arkansas & Northern
Railroad in Morehouse parisb, aLd extend
ing thence westerly to the city of Shreve
port, La., or southwesterly to such a point
on the boundry of Texas. as may be deter
mined by the Board of Directors, and con
x9cting with such railroads as said wester
lv extension may intersect; said railroad
and telegraph lines also running from a
point near the Arkansas State line, in the
parish of West Larroll, in a southerly di
rection, and intersecting with the Vicks
burg, Shreveport & l'aciile Railroad, in tue
parish of ichland, and extending thence
in a southerly direction to the city of New
Orleans, in the State of Louisiana, and con
necting with any road or roads that such
southern extension may intersect, together
with the purchase or construction of all
machinery, engines, cars, depots, switches,
rights-of-way, and all things usual and
necessary to perfect and complete a railroad
and telegraph system between said points,
and the operation of same after completion,
In transporting for the public, kll passeng
ers and freight, and sending telegraphic
messages;. also for the construction and
operation of a telephone, electric light and
power systems, and water work systemna
along the line of sala road, and the opera
tion of an express business over said roud.
provided that the Board of Directors shall
have power to refrain from condueting anty
kind of business mentioned in this Article,
should they deem it advisable.
Amend andre-enactArtcle IV, so uas to
have it read as follows:
The capital stoek of the Co otratio
shall be Ten Milons Dollars,' dile.d into
one 'hundred thousand shares of Ote
Hundred Dollars each, same to be' noa
assessable and fUlly paid when isstid. .
which stock shall b issoed only for i,,ivi,,
or materitl, or labor. for ite oastru~cti,.
or eqtipment. or operation' of the tys;,atv,
as direeted by the. hoard of DIectot, I te
number of sbar, to be subseribed for or
gaaizaston and transaetiot o(, basineis
shall be ten, and as soon as that nuspberah f
htrares skalt iave beet subscribedai
per cesnthsidd0e theres, iet, a
sait. erg e ad apphtºeeinoesie eait.
rlasl4 sa . ir "; a 's..ic4'
be transferable only on the books of the
Company. and no certificate shall be issued
for stock, until the sine shall have been
paid for. No transfer of sto:k shall be
valid or binding unless and until the same
shall have been made. and entered on the
books of ste corporation. At least ten per
centum shall be paid on stock wnen same
is subscribed, and the balance shall be paid
in not less than twelve months from the
date of subscription. in such amounts and
at such times as shall be fixed by the Board
Amend Article V. so asato have the first
paragraph thereof read as follows;
"The coporate powers of the Company
shall be vested in a Board of Directors to
be composed of five stockholders, who are
the owners of not less than two shares of
fully paid up stock."
In all other respect@, said Article V to re
main as originally passed.
Lake Providence. La.
I, Edward .1. Hamley, Secretary and
Treasurer of The Lake Providence & West
ern Railway Company, hereby certify that
the foregoing amendments to Articles Ill.
IV and V of the charter of said Company
were adopted at a general meeting ol the
Stocktholders convened for that purpose on
.June 27th. 1808, strictly In accordance with
Artile IX of the charter, all of the stock
holders of the Company being present at
said meeting and said amendments being
In witness whereof, I aflix my official sig
nature and seal hereto this 2:th day of
June, 1898. E J. HAMLEY,
Secretary and Treasurer.
I, D. W. Gilmour, Deputy Clerk and Ex
officio Deputy Recorder for East Carroll
parish. Louisiana, hereby certify that the
foregoing is a correct copy of the amend
ments to the charter of The Lake Provi
dence & t' eatern Railway Company on ile
in my office, and duly recorded ila Mort
gage Book "'Z" on page 1~3, under' date of
June 28, tt8.
In witaess whereof, I affix my official
signature and seal at, my office it Lake
Provlienee, Louisiana, tots 28th day of
June, 1898. D.W. OILMOUR,
Deputy Clerk and ex-aoflcio Dy. Recorder.
Lake Providence. La. July 2, 184.4t.
S. B. Moore, of G reensburg, Ky., says:
I was vey bilious for a long time; had
talleLeofl and getting Its bad health. 1
had d)ypeslat and spit up my food.
I began using Ranmon's Liver Pills &
Toenic ellltsaesrd4tiug Io tbhe Doc4tor.'
bemk, antd as a reu|tt I iueresaad io
weight a2t pounmls. anad i lItte.a ssaw
persn. For. sale at Gaestrd tireg
:.. rb pure is t r .. * uck uS, t~t aks: Lit-:
'The dtutvingg is a )repkrt f'r tIh
Puovieaio (Graded aid lligh -So1,,i
for the ni4lth moittth eiitg dunrre 17.
2.; average tld: uti attendauq11a:
ber neither absehit ittr ia~4ty, }#P: Mtet
tie Le,'v. Tt r.n 1.:s;. . An.nti ~inicthar
_-,o M1iller, 'lI:lcolde-tur ai ltiri giion,
Amie MaSl" Maide lierllardliýg lte ed.
ars, Iesshi Levy aiid llr6I'rhMan.
Iiss Kittlet Mt.'ullch, Teacher.
Second Intermediate Department:-
Edrollmeilt, 21; ;vere ge dtdi@. 'tteinl
aune, 17; ntnmnlir nueither :bseiit nli:
ftardy, 11: lois L'vy, Aztl Mai;
Burnett .5lghuir:. Jea' Mtl,tgomlrt*r .
Vail Mlontglineim , IlU'ltun \\,i'.
Rebeca B:.ss, Jutlia Bl.oks, .
Fousse, Jcenie Ginlour o:,i MFaric i!
MC-,s ',lay- E. eest d, Tt .mbuc. ]
lFir t l,ttr.; tdihtee Dep::rtnlf- t:i-;
Euruliime:,t, 27; :vers:e. Dt.iy l' tted
lnco 22: llnu er neil Iei :1'-,i,Grt Itr
taird.. 7: lhnriy t:Gorhichi, EddIt : 1c
S''i, Tl,,nl i.ltgiimr:. Annie hi
Berid. Petirl Fi-hrr. Ir't,4 Mdin ,ini
Julia Wihj:ii ms.
(r n:tniat andi l lih School Dep art
ontit:--Eu ronI l unit. 21; average d:ily
atteslas e. 21;ol neither a 'hsent I: "
tuarle, 8: Percy Brown, Ub.i-ttoul aLhi
kin. ColIrvy P';alrd, Alec Fltu-.se, t' 'r
re Fois, ieFouse, Ktti Kernnedy Mrur Lite
'l'intgonul'r:'y :itnlEd: Pi.ilt'her.
T'he t,;td alc avr e daitly attnd.,nce,,t.
81: Numuw' nit e 'tr :bJ ilt u tal ,tv,
8 :G;;..vcr.a e daily tardmincs, 1 er ct nt
of attenidaat:e, 81i .
Tcrelhs bui e some cimiplai:t on
the pa:rt of a few of the- ch'ldren, and
,robably a few of the t arons n i
cotint of the school ttrtu extcit-i.r ,-1
far into the but weatier. IT t;nilt
standiiog th:e liat weather :al l hard
work, ino pupil ihas snfferd sany i tcu
venienee or hiarmn to himncelf; fr 1tky
are all in pe'ft:ect lheaLtb rn f , tl a!l
ajip aratcoe will git the gr.eate piei.
ble enjoyment out of their vacati,, t
'lThc follosving will show thi:.av r::Cg
daily attendance :f the cluosing U.outti
for the past eight yoers.
AVIYEAAGE DAILY ATTENDA NC".
May. 1891, 83; May .1893 -\I:y
1893, 67; May 1894, 63; May 18:!5, 76;
May 1896. 70; May 1897, 74; May 18'J93,
83; the closing 1ionth this t ear, June,
B. F. DUDLEY. Prin.
TOWN COUNCIL P1ROCE1:rDINGS.
S Lake Providence, La., June 2tst, 18M8.
The lio. Mayor and Board of Alder
man convened, this day in special ses
sion pursuant to call.
Present-LHon. E. J. Hamniley, Mayor;
Ahlderman C. R. Egcllr. V. M. Putdy,..
N. Fousse and I. L. Hill.
Absent-Alderman James BIartd.
The Mayor aunounced thart hie had
convened the ltoara in spucial session
for the purpose of selecting a Board of
Assessors for the preeunt tert; wih:re
upon an election was held, resulting in
the election of the following Board of
On part of the Free Holders. J 'S.
Onl part of the Board of Al'er:uar,
R. L. Hill and N. Fousse:
1Upon motion of Alderman Egelly.
*t e0~ '~'i?~hz
r iilý ,ý ,L ý r ý E, . J~~ ýý, ýkýZGall/
le Nost to M1ºie- Lec-ý'y 'ri I 14 Crotl;-.:iý torsi,.
Chuircc't I' 3Li'iy of \Vis;e iaX- C'uad To
bzacco. KeeIp ou Land: Lip O Oak, t.: 3i, Cx ~
ha: '-Lrt 1'=ý I, Jo u . .1 L.Aj el;,"\' J[..1 1 } D isiJD ( toull _
rS n ý[A; :.ýlc r.o , ( , l re i't.. [l'4,r &i xn d:; l .33 1 cO. tiýtJttr eu~
pure 1 . o, 1; pur ..yo T. . .,2 'o"11 L
::: M c tr r ..,()ii fu!' tItc( u; ` l'*l , 2:1 p-. V 'I 13; ` IL
A- port(I d; W i2.. i2 tlI&h -:;C . ') 1 ;1; p tl'c (0- . 2 it L2d w bt Wc~ t e
E 1ock of tbikt class of -oodd ever b~rA.$;.t to this mna~lk. No ox_
tra chirge fur juas. F
A ofer- usch Rem se~r, _ . , r' .
S. GALANi TY, t1.
GALANTY & MARCUS,
ýU v_ýý t ýf ` t tW~:t·,li·,·,~ '1 ~~ a T- a
Lmok;e Street, Lake ProvidenCre, -Wit., '
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Dry Goods, Ladies Dress d
Notions, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoe
E ' Bargains at-a c t uiw to car;h 1).yet. ;Our sttack is iiew- ai
comletre. A liberal nhur3 of the },atics pjronage 5s sobeed.
Guenarci. Drug Str j
LAKE 8-TRLtEK, LAKE l#01tOI N(F4ty LA: -."='ý
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*i. ý .ýt l:1 tA A a ,t.' rl~t :+toUi~i kbcl5" '.
t ro 4 a t~tlJin dAGO
lrnvJuti fat uf ~kitdý~, '~l .Ui~tt~i' itll .t `
Al r o'1uT t iiw nutt uth w:Jp in t.
.ctttttutnlyirtiagwli ! nuasllx4.ditstti..Of -
"irt :'sut' ur, ntit.titl F frr'trfipJ lit trsatod.
Upou motionu of M.dlttzCic i UuiI, kill
tilts :issi ssiPtis-int ille tt iisg'f : ctot t t1Ct
sessnlQIA nult (:inislC.B' tBig nsAftlh V
OI Bt1 ) I Itt r a o d t ltc l ::s u h ci f o . th l i n tW$ t .d
U:Mrinug dli5chir C the tin8 hoit=5 fbOt
'11001h the IBqIIal iraJl ull w: b niix4l ued.
thit Bottard ahti sIIItrd wiid (h .tS
1' 1 'fl. Visor
I). IV'. (sI,.MLO Pt S t''i
We are kidi1 lto clte. . t'. Baiiu1 Mont.
ruttti yttl a o Lftit" 1,Pjc c,,g Cu r iitirli-Ju
to) his I.;uOtl f'i r; B:ca; t a biJu
'Mr. C'.ifion 1' I + tia his sr.'erai
I reine i lt .sat iill I Ii r vt U s IV LS
LJi-+ iiit:ic iiaii :Ii'( wh i n l& een
t1 tit her ii Sor. Ml,.. i:.. of Vii~ il::
·'tI , ftor 0. jui yea? ! is tivrU' tier
CI1 Joo. 'TB) r!:~ 1:, v.; 4c r Siir5
rtlal1It C Iii ) S ( 1 : . ', A. II \
J1 "ii. p VoI ol. 4104. 0, ar t11 rwhiers
(l'hore a vl he ao ii1 o ate a t vrsel
1,cr I, LI4)IbI St4j,' Ii ~lt'dliL I..~ttY TO.
(q'(o1.to1.1 h iii O atbcJ7s l;ioul tpal or.
0. J, til!. lift Co lrIh wral lautkod
1 till4rs 1 e1, isil t1 c lope t\Ilt Io omittuct
to i. i loo . 0 ;aar tto poor, health.
'1'ht'te willbe au tutr rt~tit tice in
:,tnoiit(.:rc as lac o
un ''uchlorai y 9 cvc · j ng teeth the' i:\ lij ieuifC
loiipi f~at to., t tight de
I1I$IY ti I4,oJ, aull ls reaid' to7.CGrVe
e t ig pi mekn c dhitered it
104t tU d CU..-ith om lt? corplorate
Ci) l clo 1L,. Li 1vIIc?, tne of our beat
(utotred piole'lal, thlu Ictiji lt il .1t1t6 '
place downI iit; IV iliteiilold. brutgthft uti
iin at oi eiot a~f *hi1l ens iB Friday fait,
fuoT whlicu.we returu ihanlks.
Aloft. ltutbt. N'ichoisct~l, tCra the eti .
ces.lul bidder for placinlii the leCee Its
i te cIuL hllvu it t: 11t is ht=ifotr tha last
I ligih watir. Ilia coidiactt rrmn the
Arkibx:±ius lath: dlctiru breh.t -Vul1iCtr'a
COOLPLR'S WELL W iTEXI.
I have muade at'rauigeir exu to. .kee
on' Land a fresh sutypI ly is
fa;130s water duu:ng tii deuuttnr.
By the gsttun, t.Jeits.
By the ;lassY. ice ctol"], ýictT'.
't hr: StilBB4IVr , Be4!, ,umtl ticeap.St
}Self-l'rauptiiug ('iholr Prciy1 ou the
i rutnt ket. For cfQttil)Oitz arit P1rittc,
ule it) J. W t. It :lEN., Agt.,'
Biox M1r.] ]cri~liau, 11is1.