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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT
* LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA.
JAMES N. TURNER.
Puablisher and ProprietoI'
'UBSCRWPTION ; 8200 PElt YEAR.
Saturday, July 9, 1898.
The campaign of Catchings and
Henry will be hotely contested,
and it is very hard to tell which one I
will be victorious.
Germany is keeping very quiet º
lately, she is afraid Uncle Sam will
become tired of her threats and re
quire her to carry them into execu- e
Pat Henry atl Tom Catchings are
both representative men and the elec- t
tion will be a very close one. Mr. a
Catchiugs, gold bug policy may mili- t,
tate against him.n
If the opportunity presents itself t
Wm, J. Bryan lwill prove to the g
country, that he is not only a great c
political leader, but can lead an n
army on to victory.
Crime is on. the increase all the ft
time. There were according to sta- o
tistics, more crimes committed last !
year than the year previous. The ri
increase is due to the poverty of the (1
The Gentiles of Utah made a seri
ous u.istake in admitting Utah to
statehood, by so doing they have in
made it possible for the Mormons to '
elect every officer from governor to
e are indeed glad to hear that t)
the 3ellow fever is dying out and we hi
trust the quarantine officers will not e
be too sanguine but keep a close
watch all summer and use all due
We hear very little about the lii
"Iconoclast," since Brann's death. an
Brann was very abusive in his lan- ne
guage, nevertheless he was one .of -
the ablest.writters of his kind in the
United States. ne
The statistics of '98 show that for
every dollar taken out of Alaska
fields,.two has been expended. Re
lying on such information it is very
evident gold seeking is a very un- fro
profitable business. tut
We do not hear anything about the
great speculator Lieter. He is broke,
consequently the American people e
sease to bow down and worship him. at
During his prosperity he was a very Ist
smart man, now he is a d-fool. a`
The time is fast approaching when Li
silver will again be the most import- -
ant issue before the American people. 1
The silver forces are* strengthening
their forces all the time and when the
proper time arrives we will march to w..
On nearly all transoontinental chil
roads, iplrmediate towns are com- situ
pellad to pay terminal rates.~" Lately cold
a great many of the Stite courts have
decided against the rail roads. All
rail roads should be restricted with
in certain bounds.
Reid speaker of the Hlouse, better
known as Zar is still ruling with a
high hand. If Mr. Reid is opposed
to any question he never permits it
to get before the House. He does
not adhere to the general principals
of parlimentary law but makes his
Nearly every State in the Union with
las passed laws to punish iakers. rea
ileteher Hall the greatest faker in the d
werll was indicted the other day in g,
tie Sate of California for obtaining
money under false pretenses. Mr.
Fletcher has made thousands of dol- inTo
laam eoff of the credulous people. Ages
eware of a fake. wx.
Kgreat many naval crities claim o
that if Cevera had taken an eastward
corse he would have escaped. Naval -
crities always wait until a battle is
won before they give an opinion. *
(eeera knew that his fate was doom- s
omatter what course he took,
reforq he decided to rbose his fleet me d
M*be high seas, rather than surren- ae
de , Covern is not responsible for dor
t~: rible colUilon of two steam- betwg
;a eeepae July 0th, aboibt 40 is ·a
t. of Mble Islaud. The Th
was~raek on the and
S E s sailer, the Cromo .ty- he no
~ .b'A we. terrilc sad ti. ref see
gsase fs outght hard for tuir :
ttie were struck .a
SSoientibo Ameriaa Navy Sup
Y AT Te Scientific American, which has
always identitled itself very closely
with the interests of the navy, is to be
congratulated on the extremely hand
some and valuable --Navy Supplement"
which it has lately put before the pub
lie. We think that, if the average
reader bad "been asked before hand
AR. what kind #f a work he would prefer
upon the navy, he would have asked
for just such an issue as this.
Both the illustrations and the read
ing matter are Bf the straightforward
and explanatory kind which is necessary to
put a technical suject clearly beftre
sled, the lay mind. It was a happy thought
one to preface the work with a chapter up
on the classification of waribips and in
sert a'few diagrams by way of expla
quiet nation of the subtle differences between
cruisers, monitors and battleships; for
after digesting this chapter one is pre
I re- pared to follow intelligently the details
:ecu- ed descriptions of the various ship
which make up the bulk of the issue.
One of the best things about this num
bare er is that it does not merely give an I
external illustration of eaeh ship, but it
elec- takes the reader down below decks,
Mr. and initiates him into the mysteries of
mill- the magazines, handling rooms, ammu- t
nition hoists ahd motive machinery.
The sectional views of the interior of
the turrets of the monitors are excep
teelf tionally fine. as is the large wood en- r
the graving of the engines of the "*Massa- p
;reat chusetts." The last page of the num. n
her contains complete tables of the new C
an navy, the auxiliary fleet and the vari
ous naval guns. A handsome colored a
map of Cuba and the West Indies is
the furnished with this issue. We extend t
sta- our congrlatulations to our contempe- o
last racy on the production of a work which t4
is well conceived and admirably car
The ried out. This work is published by i,
the Munn & Co., of 361 Broadway, New as
York, for 25 cents. y
ter.- Tetter, Salt-Rheum and Eczema.
to The intense Itching and smarting d,
save incident to these diseases, is instantly
Sto alayed by applying Chamberlain's P
Eye and Skin Oiutment. Many very at
bad cases have been permanently m
cured by it. It sla equally efficient for tip
itching piles and a favorite remedy eg
that for sore nipples, chapped hands, chil- o
we blains, frost bites and chronic sore In
not eyes. 25cts-per box. For saleat Gue
nard's drug store.
lue Spring and Suadmer Sample.. TI
Mr. Walter Goodwin wishes us to IsI
say that he has just received his new (ti
the line gf Spring andl Summer samples, in
and Invites his friends to call and take de
a a lodk at them. On account of the 88
an- newtariff, clothes are much cheaper. pa
the otice. n
First class harticulturist, florist and gard- ot
ner, wishes a position. Will work by the as
day. Address, sb
for J. CIIAMEAU. th
Lake Providencee, La., June 18. 1898.4
Re- o. N iC . tre
Cry I have a fine Durock Red Jersey boar, tnt
un- from the Amos Harris stock farm of Ken
tucky that I will sell or swap. ate
J. 8. MILIJLN, pri
Lake Providence. La.. June 4. 1808.
ke, NotOce. tir
Paving completed the listing and having bid
estimated the values of all real and person- clt
m. al property in the parish in accordance ece
with law. notice is hereby given that my
-ry lists will remain open for inspection and
cor actien at my office for a period of 20
days, beginning on the 13th day of June, bu
1398. W.C. McRAE. the
ten Assessor East Carroll Parish, for
Lake Providence, La., June 11, 188.
Tonsorial Parlor. to
Having secured the assistance of Mr. J. s
to M. Hogan, a first class barber. I am now
prepared to meet all requirements in my
business. and respectlhilly solicit the publi
patronage. Make a specalaty of ladles' and
tal children's hair dressing! will call at resl- the
deoce if required. Razors and shears te
nl sharpened at moderate paiees. Hot and
cold baths. the
Prvfde E, MAGEE.
i Providence, La., June 4,1806. Or
'r MdA4or l
The Yazoo a MIlts elal
a sippi R. R. has now on sera
sd ale, and will cohtlnue 5i
the same until 8epterm.
ber 80th, 1898, ro
iM trip summer to
f tikets rom all polat tons
on its line in the South to a July
large list of sammer resorts a ho
Sin the North. The fast on l
double daily service to St. Nc
Loulis, Chicao, Claeanat, each
and Loulisvlle over the 1 II.g
liJnois Central Ia eonneetlon and
Swith the Y. & M. V. R. R, enables one to one
Sreaeh quickly and comfortably to mountain elect
resorts of Virginia, the White Mountains the I
e and seaside of New England, the Thousand sioni
Islands, the lake and forest resorts at Miheb- point
n igan, Wisconsin and MUnnesota., the Hot cana
prints of Arkansas, the Yellowstone Park nams
or the resorts of Colorado, cops
Tickets nad full information as to rates boi
in connection with the above can be had of I
Agents of the Y A V. R. . and connectlng soot
WM. MuanaY, Div. Pass. Agent, New forej
JltO A. A. Scor, Div. Pass. Agent, Memphis. hold
w. a. Ifaollo. a. a. a. Al.ourhvlie.
. sheriff's iale.
4tata of Loultast, Parlsh of East Carroll,r
Seventh District Court--. Gambel & shall
Co., vs. W. o. Wyly--No. 6. cera.
mBy lrtue olsa writof aSelaure and Saleto The
me directed by the Honorable 8event. po
Disrtnrt Court ibr the parish of Eat Carroll oansei
aforesald, in the above entiUed eanum, I Lroa
wilt proceed to sel at public auasto, at te atia
door of the court houese, fa the town df
Providenea, East Carroll paribh, La., on - Th
Saturday the 0th dtayJt Julr,T en
between the hours prescribed by law. all conn
ttr ir-l.t, tltile sad Iaterest ofW. . Wyly their v
I I uu tto the folowlerdnerlbed propert, boI l
and the north-west quarter e north- fraime
east quarter and the orth-ea s quarter hof regl
Sthe north-w oest e t ectos e the a
S the east hLoe as he o t. oqs art eea
o asejio fity-two I, townshp nisetoen, anal
nortbrasse thirteen, eat (IC otef N g shall a
iad N W K @1et K andN Met Ewo ? thoW i
SecM, *aifn ICof8E3,( See5,TI.t, NB -ae.
l, K): also Lot n ts ect.o eight. townashp Thet
twelt lnorth rgetwelve, east, (Let , secrets
see 8, T6. NRIS , c talt ias per ghe olers
U. . auervey u e-svs two hundred/ ierks
seventy-three ereas(T?) mere or less, a-. od- e
nated in the pariah of East CarrI, State of ion; £
Louai , seeized in the above sal. ie, w
'TermY.t sale--eash Wtthot the beneat 'eards
tdappratee. e 1..l.
hsp* UCHARTE .
- OF Tlll
lOh fns PROVIDENCE 1 AID IMPROVE
Neow MENT COMPANY, LIMIlED,
hand- astt of aoulsilana, pnesh of most carrott.
ement" Be it known, that on tble 29th day of the
be pub- month ofJnne. in the year of our Lord. One
verage Thousand Eight Hundred and Ninety
e band ighbt, befote me. W. H. lontgomerv, a
Notary Public in and for the pariah of kast
r~efer Carroll, State of Louisiana, dull commis
asked sioned and qtlallfed, and in the ltfesence of
the witnesses hereinafter named and under
reset signed, personally came and appeared the
parties whose names are hereunto sub.
Drwarsl scribed, all of full age, who declared that
iary to availing themselves of the provisions of the
before lawsof this State relative to corporations
and especially of Act No. 86 of 1888 of the
ought General Assembly of Louisiana, they have
ter up- covenanted and agreed and by these pres
and in- ents convenantand agree and bind them
laselves as welias sauc other persons as may
p hereafter become associated with them, to
itween form and constitute a eorporation and body
ts; for politic In law for the purposes and objects
is pre- and under the stipulations, articles and
details conditions following, to-wit :
ship- The name and'stlle of the said corpora
issue. Uou shall be THE PROVIDENCE GIN
num- AND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY,
lye an LIMITED and Its domicll is hereby
but it established in the city of Providence, parish
of East Carroll. State of Louisiana, and un
decks, der its said corporate name said corpora.
iea of tion shall have power and authority to con
tnmm- tract.sue and be sued; to make and use a
corporate seal and the same to break and
inery. alter at pleasure; to hold. receive, have,
for of pgurchase, improve. aleniate. convey, sell.
axcepu borrow, pledge. mortgage and hypothecate,
ed en under its said corporate name, property,
real. personal and mixed; to name and ap
dassa- point such officers, directors, agents and
num- managers, or employees as the interest or
e new convenience of said corporation may re
quire; to make and establish by-laws, rules
vani- and regulations for the proper management
)lored and regulation of its affairs, as may be
lies is deemed necessary and proper, and the same
xtend to change and alter at pleasure; and to do
all other acts and things permitted by law,
Impo- or as shall or may be necessary and proper
vhicb to carry out the objects and purposes of
oar- saJ corporation,
bald corporation, unless sooner dissolved.
I by in Sceordance with its charter, shall exist
New and continue for the period of ninety-nine
years from and after the date hereol.
The objects and purposes for which this
corporaton ia organized, and the nature of
the business to be carried on by it, are
ring I declared to be the following, to-wit:
autly The operation of cotton ginse. cotton com
lait's presses, cotton seed oil mills and gristmills;
also the lease or purchase of lands. build
very gs. machinery and such other things as
eutly may be necessary for same; also the erec
it for tion of buildings and the setting up and
medy equipping of all machinery and other things
necessary for same; also whatever may be
cbIl ousual, necessary and convenient in conduct.
sore lng said business,
G ue- ARTICLE III.
The capital stock of the said corporation
shall be One Hundred Thousand Dollars.
divided into And represented by Two
* Thousand Shares of the sum of Fifty Dol
ie to lars each. of which said stock 25 per cent.
new (twenty-five per centum) shall be paid for or
in cash at the time of subscription and the de
ples, remainder at such time or times as may be so
take designated by the board of directors, or the be
i the same may be issued at not less than par, in as
er. payment or exchange for property, or sti
rights actually received or purchased by an
said corporation, or the same may be issued,
full paid, for money advanced, and for such ea
other valuable considerations or services in
gd as the board of directors of said corporation
y the may determine; provided, that no stock th
shall be Issued until the consideration eb
L therefo', has been received by the said cor- of
Any stockholders may sell, assign, or
transfer his stock in this corporatio, pro- c
vided, thirty (30) days prior notice of such in
ioar intention to sell, assign or transfer :the
Ken same be given the company, and the other un
Ken stockholders thereof shall have the first ha
privilege of purebhasing same, after which
thirty (30) days notice, the said stock may coi
be sold in open market. sba
The stock of said corporation may be
transterred under the above conditions pro.
vided such transfer thereof be made on the
ng books of said company at its office in the evi
ron- city of Providence. and on surrender of the cot
ce ertificate therefor. aun
amd No transfer of any fractional part of a pal
of share shill be made. or
ofe This corporation shall commence doing tI
e, business as soon as five thousand dollars of eri
sh the capital stock shall have been subscribed sto
for and twenty-five per centum paid there- pal
The board of directors shall have the right cit.
to determine how much stock shall be iier
ARTICLE IV. B.n
J. The corporate powers of this company citl
now shall be vested in, and exercised by a board get
my of tye directors consisting of the president, afti
1 resident, and (8) three stockholders. J.
nd of said board shall constitute a quo- E..
rea- rum for the transaction of business and J.
ea- their decisions shall be valid corporate acts. J. (
ears The following persons shall constitute 0.
and the first board of directors: E. J. stialey,
president; Yaneey Bell. vice president;
E John C. Plttman, (. M. Franklin and S. W. A. I
SGreen. C. I
No person shall be eligeble as a director,
or an officer who is not a stockholder of this
During the abseace of the president, the ter
¶vice president shall act and preside. The Con
prelsident or in his absence the vice presi- and
dent, shall be the proper person upon whom "Z,
ale citation or other legal process shall be recc
nue Said board shall continue In office until 30t
em. frst Monday of July, (1890) eighteen
red and oninety-nine, on which date Dy
thereafter annually, a board of direc. co
ots tore shall be elected on the firstl Monday in Lak
oa July of each year, unless the same should be -
t a holiday, whenthe election shall be held Dr
rast on thE next legal day thereafter.
St. Notice of such election shall be giyen to are
ati, each stockhelder by the secretary in writ- bad
II- lag at least teh days prior to each election;
ion and the board of di rectors shall appointo and
to one or more stockholders topreside at such but
sin eleetion as commissioners. In the event of
los the ariure ol any commissioner or commie- put
ud sloners to attend, the president shall, by ap. 25
cob- point, ill the vacancy. Any failure byy Gue
lot cause whatever to elect directotrs the day -
trk oamed for that purpose shall not dissolve the -
corporation. but the directors then in ofice
Sas well as the ofieera of said company, shall
abold over untill their successors are chosen.
f In suebh event the president shall cause
ng another election to be held in thlrty(80)dav,
and shall give notice thereof as herein be;
.w f ore p e ovddedI
At every election and meeting each stock
is. ohlderhabll be entitled to vote for each share
of toek registered in his name, and may
vote by proxy.
Tha election of dlrectors shall be by bal
lot, and the majority in amount :of votes
east, each share of stock voted upon to be
counted for one Vote, ,hall elect the person
or penta for wbom they were east.
II, After each election the board of directors
s aI eleet from thelrwn number the ofil
eer of said commanv.
to The board of direotors shall have full
Spower to fill vacancies In their number
ll caused by death, resignation or otherwise, Lake
Ioa sfoamong the stololders of the corpor. Keep
SARTICLE V. B
The said board shall have full control of me
r0perty ofthle company, and shall so CoS
onduct, manage and une the same as In
ethei discretion they deem It ard that is
Sealsrleon.with Seo objeetaofthhl company,
or the Weilare of same,
r The said board is further atthorized to
Sframe and adopt usb by-laws, rules and
. regulationsSPile affra 8rad buulsne of
the corporantie may rehuire, and u it may
s deem noeessa.ry fbr the eondneting and
mang. ement tlereof; provided the same
shall not oallect with tbi chapter, or with
the laws of the State, or of the United
The said oarT bhall eLectcr appoiat a
OSoers s n4ite efI'eyees, srvantsad
cle .rks.. atb dbemneeessar,- fo the
. onducsting orthe tmhn.. of tho-eore
flo,; ;x their -o--.--faal thee erpra .
yi.e, with the ri.t - i" them at said
b hoard's pleasure ;and mid board shall have
tbeleght to nx and.etoles',ine the alanea
Sdgh severa Ql ers luri5ein,, pioljdd, ior.
J. N. HIL & BR.
r- LACK MOIIAR DnREss SKIRTS, well made and good lining, - $1.
, BLACI. MOHAIR Dkss SKIRTS, Percalini lining, - - . 2.5i
it BLACK MOHAIR DRESS SKIRTS, best material and finish, * 4.5
' BLACK SILK DRESS SKIRTS, latest patterns brocades, - 7.0C
BLACK SILK DRESS SKIRTS, Satin stripes, - - 7.5C
e BLACK SILK DRESS SKIRTS, Taffeta, (these are. beauties) • * 8.50
be' -This line of Fine Dress Skirts is made by the FOREMOST Cloak
Dress Making House in the United States, and their garments
are not cheap, shoddy, half-madc things, but are alright in
We are still the exclu
sive handlers of the
justly celebrated line
of Krippendorf & Ditt
man Ladies Fine
Shoes. Our stock of
this handsome and
durable Footwear is
for or amended, the capital stock increased or
the decreased, or this corporation may be dis
be solved, at a general meeting of the stock
the bolders convened for the purpose, with the
,in assent of three-fourths of the entire capital
or stock, whether present or represented at
by such meeting.
ed, Notice of such meeting shall be served on
ich each stockholder by the secretary in writ
ces Ing, ten days prior to such meeting.
on In case of dissolution or termination of
Wik this corporation, either by limitation of its
on charter or from any cause, the liquidation
or. of its affairs shall be conducted by three
commissioners selected from the stockhold
or ers. with like assent and at a meeting
ro- called for that purpose as above set forth
ich in this article.
,le Said commissioners shall remain in office
ter until the affairs of said corporation shall
rat have been fully liquidated.
ch In case of death of one or more of said
av commissioners, the survivors or survivyor
shall continue to act.
o ARTICLE VII.
be No stockholder of this corporation shall
he ever be held liable or responsible for the
he contracts or faults thereof, in any further
sum than the unpaid balance due the com
a pany on the shares of stock subscribed for
or owned thy him; nor shall any informali
ng ty in organization have the effect of rend
of ering this charter null. or of exposing a
ad stockholder to any liability beyond the un
,. paid balance of any of his stock.
Tnis done and passed at my office in the
ht city of Providence, Fast Carroll parish Lou
be isiana on the day. month and year herein
first above written, in the presence of A.
B. Solarle and C. H. Smith, competent wit,
nesses of lawful age and residents of this
iy city, who 'hereinto sign their names to
rd gether with said parties, and me, Notary,
tt, after reading of the whole.
a. J. W. Dunn, W. K. Spurlock,
0o E. J. Hamley, W. C. McRae,
id J. W. Pittman, J. N, Hill.
a. J. (I. Pittman, Jos. E. Ransdell,
te G. M. Franklin, T. S. Delony,
SMrs. W. S. Magufre.
1. A. B. Solarte,
C. U. Smith,
W. II. MONTGOMERY,
is Notary Public.
I hereby certify that the foregoing Char.
te ter of the Providence Gin and Improvement
e Company. Limited, is on file in my ortice.
i- and is duly recorded in Mortgage Book
- "Z," folio 145 et seq. of the mortgage
e records ofEaet Carroll pariah, La,
Witness my hand and seal of oflice this
11 30th day ofJune, A. D., 1898. (
n D W. GILMOUR,
e Dy Clerk 7th Dist. Court and ex-officio Re
n Lake Providence, La., July 2, 1898.-ft.
i Dr. Cady's Condition Powders,
D are just what a horse needs when in
bad condition. Tonic, blood purifier
I and vermifuge. They are not food
but medicine and the best in use to
f put a horse in prime condition. Price
25 cents per package. For sale by
Guenard's drug store. d
Lake Providence - . 1,i
Keep. on band a large assortment of
liaia Caskets. lev, P ,as aid Orna
mental etali es and Wooden
Colan's Made and Trimmed to Order
Guenard Drug Store
LAKE SThEET, LAKIv&PROYIDENCE, LA.
J'. W. GI-13 3r&RD, Prcprio~tarý
A Geeneral uuaoi'tment of PFa
Fi te Dngu Always oa rH$ai
nllinj Pressriptin a*specialty by an eqb Iems"amd daly
---- Ileenad Pharmacist-
Paoritz tPtPlieH f a31 kink
Toilet and lrant A)rtIce. `Paiodjep. ;
Lndreta s Gard 3w4
is For Sale.
For The DeLaunay property on Levee street.
he For terms, apply to
at YANCEY BELL.
at Lake Providence, La., June 4, 1898.
I *REegistration Notioe.
In T accordance with section No. 5 of Arti
cle 197 of the Constitution of 1898, the reg
ee istration books of East Carroll parish, are
ee now open and will he kept open at the
clerk's otlice up to July 19th, (Snnday's
tg and legal holidays excepted), and there
after at the following polling paices
ee throughout the parish on the following
ll days and dates:
Panol Store, Wednesday, July
ir Robertdale Store, Thursday, July
Nicholson's Store, Tuesday, July
1I Atherton Store, Wednesday, July
er Monticello, Wednesday, August
r I will then return to my ofile in the town
-of Providence for the purpose of register
ing all persons who are entitled to register
a under the provisions of section 5 of article
i 197 of the new Constitution of 1b98.
W. C. McRAE.
Assessor;and e-Officio Registrar.
n 1 '1PROVED SERVICE ON Y. & M. V.
Beginning Sunday, Feb. 27th, the
Yazoo & Mississippi Valley railroad
will run elegant Parlor Cars on its day
trains Nos. 23 and 24 between Memphis
and Vicksburg. A nominal rate for
seats in these cars will be charged.
Train No. 24 will leave Vicksburg it
9:10 a. m. arrives at Memphis at 7:30
p. im., connecting wish theIllinois Cen
tral railroad fast Vestibuled trains for
St. Louis, Chicago, Evansville, Ind.,
Louisville and Cincinnati. To all
. points mentioned through Sleeping
k Cars are operated. ElegautReclining
Cars are run between .Memphis and
a St. Louis and between Memphis and
Cincinnati, seats in which are free.
See condensed schedule.
Leave Vicksburg 8:30 a. m.
Arrive Mema his 7:30 p. m.
Supper at I. C. dining-rooni.
Leave Memphis 8:20 p. mi.
Arrive St. Louis 7:16 a. m. next day.
Arrive Chicgo 14:15 a. m. next day.
I Leave Memphis 8:46 p. m.
Arrive Louisville 7:40 a. m. next day.
ArriveCinelunati 11:40 a.m.next day.
Arrive Washington 6:47 a. m. second
Arrive Baltimore 7:~0 a. m. second
Arrive Philadelphia 10:15 a.m. second
Arrive New York 12.35 p, m. second
Close connection is made at Louis
ville and Cincinnati with sali4 Vesti
buled trains for points east.
Dining car service on connecting
trains from Cincinnati.
For further information and reserva
tion of sleeping car accommodations
call on or write to your station agent 11
or the undersigned.
A Q. PEARCE, i
C. P. & T. A., Vicksaburg. iss.
JNO A. SCOTT,
Dlv'n. Pass'r. Ag'tk Meamphis, Tenn.
WM. ALFRED KELLOND,
Asas't. Gen'l Pass'r. Ag'L, Louisville
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GeneratPassenger Agent, Chicago, Iii.
MAX . LEVY
L..ake and Leveo Sts.,
Lake Provitden; , La.
.ýo GENTS'- FURNISHINGc- GOODS.
:6 The Finest Line of Clothing Car,
.o ried in the City.
Ladies' Dress Goods,
4 Hats, Caps, Boots and
and Hunting Coats.
Trns, Valises and Hail Bags,
* CANNOT BE SURPASSED.
S Call on me Before Purchasinglisewhere.
S. W. GREEN,
Cor. Lake and Church Sts., Lake Providence,
.... DEALER IN....
$ Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
General Merchandise, Grooeriea and Plantation Supplies.
Wines, Liquore and Cigars. Call before pnrcbasing elsewhere.
A. D. & 8. SPENGLER, ALTS.,
........ ...VICoKSBUR G, zMIs.........
8ash, Doors, Blinds, Stain-work, Interior Finish,
and All Building Material.
Cheapest Place in the South. Write for prices before purohasing elsewhere.
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W. B. Thompson & Co., V
Cotton Factors & Commission Merchants
NO. 808 PERDIDO STREET,
New Orleans, : Louisiana.
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Queen & Crescent
The Best Line
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The Summer Tourist's favoritV
line via Lookout Mountain.
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,,New Orleans, La.
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New Orleans, La.
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