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We are the Leading Grocers in Town.
Another successful day was brought off by us at the Fair Grounds last
WVednesday-. It does everybody good, both white andi c(olored, to have a day
off from their work, their cares and their worries, and when there is any
thlling at the Fair Grounds it is done for your ple.asuro and amlusemnent.
We are still headquarters for Grorteries, a]d . as we are doing the lbusiness
of the town inl our line, we can afford to give you clo(ser figures and sell
cheaper than any other house. W~V are just in receiipt of a complete line and
invite you to call. Respectfully,
MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER.
Saturday, September 8, 1900.
J. E. IIANIDEI.L, IV. II. MONTGOMERY
F. X. RANSDELL. Notary P'ublic
Attorneys at Law
Real Estate Agents,
Lake Providence, La.
WILL PRACTICE IN TIHE COURTS OE
EAST CARROLL, WEST CARIOLL AN1
MADISON PARI(' IES, AND TiHE STATE
Clifton F. Davis,
Et ,al "ltstate A. tl,
Lake Providence, La.
HAVING JUST FINISHEb A COMPLWrT'
MISTRACT OF ALL .THE LANDS IN E"EAS
DRHOLL, I AM PREPARED TQ PFtINISH
A¶3TACTB OF TI'LES ON SHORT' NOTICE,
S-eNOGRAPI AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
W. II .L4 W. B. PIERCE.
), TORS BELL AND PIERCE,
'Our ofice is located in the office for.
.agjly occupied by Hon. C. S. Wyly.
Dr. Pierce's resideuce. The Egelly
Local and Parish News.
Bicycle ordinance should be strictly
The Doctors seem to have very lit
tle time to rest.
Our merchants are receiving large
stocks of fall and winter goods.
Steamboats are finding a great deal
of trouble in getting rousters.
Mr. Riley Sanders left for Memphis
last Sunday night, to be gone a week
The cotton worms are at work, but
they are being knocked out by paris
The contractors have already start
ed the enlargement levee work below
The Epworth League meets every
Sunday evening at the Methodist
The Delta was 24 hours behind last
week, owing to a short crew and heavy
Mrs. J. C. Bass and daughter, Miss
Mabry, left for Menmphis on the Delta
last Sunday night.
Services at the Episcopal Church to.
morrow morniug at I11 o'clock and at
8 o'clock in the evening.
Mr. Ilugh M n(;uit:', big gin started
up Thursday morning and ginned out
several bales of cottont.
The best clgnr on the market is the
Chancellor. You will find it at Ash
bridge's grocery store.
Miss Ethel Egelly has been quite
sick for several days with fever. We
are glad to report her better.
The books giving all the necessary
information about our big fair to
take place next mouth, will soon be
A colored mani was badly cut in the
bhad by another colored gent on Sat
urday ,tight. Too much booze was
the cause of it.
P'rof. Rlobt. Roberts returned yes.
terday morning, looking iu fine health.
Welcome back. i esays he brought
his wife with him.
Willie Moore, a nice young man and
a popular geatleman with every one,
is now bethiud the coputers at J. S.
Mliliklun's big store.
For chills ansud malarial fever, take
Groves 'l'Tasteless Chill Touic. Every
bottle positively guaranteed. Sold at
Gueiat d's drug store
Mr. letry Mabeu sneaked over to
Floyd on Mouday tuothing, returning
Tl'uesday eveuitng. lie says Floyd is a
nice town to visit just now.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Levy returned ot
the Iella,att brought back with themt
a handsome line of goods, and a larger
stockl thuan they ever bought.
Our frieud Geo. McKee was laid up
with fever the whIole of this
week. Hlie returned from the Arka
eas moulttaits a little too sooni.
Guenard's )Drug Store is just in re
celpt of a pretty lin e of gold, gold
plaited atd silver jewelry. l)on't for.
get to take a look at it when you are
in the drug store.
There were so many drummers and
otiont seed mento. i town last Frida!
that they tilled up the hotels and sonic
had to take benches anud hold themt
down for the night.
Hote. Jo. E. Rauudeil andt Mr. E .1
Ilamley left for Motliro ot Monlay
venilug. They went down to Talh_
lab bv team. A hot drive tbis hot
weather. They are now hadl.
A few more Italiaune arrived this
week to open up fruit stands. The
town Is now full of- them. and as soon
a. the busy seasont Is over they will
pull up stakes and leave.
Miss Joe May Egel:y returned ot
bthe Delta. Misa Joe May has beent
visitinolg feriead ,ear Memphis for the
past di weksl, sud we are glad to
lears that ber bealthb hs grestif ii
T* d theI . Vlekabirg Post enR
woti t*ssu that the gwtton *Ways
Csrroll .et, and are not expected to
To cure a cold in one day take
Laxative Bro uiinie. All druggists
refund the no,,ev if it fails to cur'
25cts. E W. Groves Sigt ature is o0
each box. Sold at Gueuard's dru,
The flue steamer Dewey, repaintec
and fixed up, and as good as new, ni
be our regular New Orleans and Lake
I'rovidence packet, leaving new Or.
Teans on her first trip on the 18th
We predict for her a first class bust.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Reid left last
Sunday night for Clarksdale, Miss.
where they will live, Mr. Reid having
accepted a position In a large grocery
firm. The Banner-Democrat wishes
for them prosperity and happiness int
their new home.
Henry Sutton, who runs a colored
barroom lb towt, took a liking to a
"new coon ill town" and gave him
work a week or so ago. Now the
coon la gone, and about $75.00 with
him. Sutton has latled to catch up
with himutso far.
.Misses Mamie Cassino and Fannie
,toaselle and Johunie Rousselle of
Greenville, were round trip passet
gers to Vicksburg on the last trip of
the Delta. We were sorry we did not
get to see them when the boat stop
ped at our landing.
It is again reported that the gov
ernmneut fleet will leave Greenville in
a few dlays for the Providence reach
above town, where considerable work
will be done revettiug the bank. The
river has been low enough for some
time for work to have cormmenced.
The [lill City out trom St. Louis,
landed at our landing early Monday
moruing and put off a large freight.
The last trip of this boat down she
got a good many young colored boys
to help put off freight and failed to
pay them for several hours hard work.
Mr. and Mrs Jas. S. Millikin left for
lot Springs last Sunday evening on
the Delta, where they will remain
three or four weeks. Mr. Millikiu has
been in bad health lately and last week
was dangerously ill. We hope that
both will return much benefiled by
We had a pteasant call on Monday
from Mrs. Leola W. Nixiou and Mi..
Nettie White. Mrs. Nixon is tihe tal
ented wile of Mr. John T. Nixon,
editor of the Crowley Mirror, and
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. H. O.
White, who, with her little son, are
visiting themn in our town.
"Modesty forbids Mr Ken.ttedy from
saying anlything about his comipetelltcy
or ability to teach in our puhlin school,
which position he has beenll slectetl to
till, but we bhel!e tIhat hie will be
round the right man int the right place
and that he will he the equal eo any
teacher in our puhblic chttoul.
The emall black cotton worrnm., the
fellows that do the real damange and
lo their work in a hurry, will be the
text crop of worms, which should be
here on or about the 25 th of the pres
eut month. These are the fellows that
will knock the black out of a cottlon
crop in short order; hut with theu une
of paris green there is no danger.
Mr. W. N. White returned Sunday
miorning alter an absence of two week-,
selecting and purchaiing a large stock
,f goodtis for the fall atd wrntcr trade.
'There are few merchants who uknow
nmore how to select goods or know the
quality of goods better than Mr Whlie.
He has bought a large stock and is
now opening it up. He invites you
The merchatts of our town are go-,
ing to have large stocks of goods this
fall atd winter, atid it will ntot do for
an)y one to send off for good, t utIil they
take a look and see it tlhe\ cannott dnd
what they want from:n their honme Iter
bchaits. They sell just as cheap and
haundle large stocks to select from.
Spend every cent you can in your
Mr. Phil McGiuire is now having
tIe Inlterior of his large barroomt and
toe whole of the second story hand
-omely papered with costly paper and
if the prettiest kind of desigis.
WVeit it is comipleted he will have as
pretty a place as one would wish to
look at. Then his two good looking
assistaluts will shdw off to better ad
tHay For Sale.
We have 2,i00 bales of eoice bhay
for sale. V. M. Pt :'In & Sox,
Lake Providence, La.
Mrs. L. Graham and her little
adopted danghter, of New Orleans, re
turned on the steamer Julia last bat
urday after a Iontlh spent in her oldi
borne, the gueest of her sister, Mrs. T.
shoolt e p~oy nihut
ro tM, . g," i of L
Strong of Cthit ot Countty Ark., was a
viuitor to towl on 'IT'huraday.
JAMES S. SNOW.
Last Wednesday, about 1 o'clock, a
terrible sccident occurred on the Hol
Iv Brook plantationl, which resulted
in the death of Mr. Jamlies S. Snow,
who, was in the employ of, i r. J. G.
itirmat. 'Mr. Snow got into hi4 bug
gy to conie to townl, and before taking
up the reins, raiked his umbrella.
The hor'e became frightened and
deshed off in a run. When the buggy
struck the bridge just above the Hol.
iv Brook hou-s, the jerk was so lud
iden that dMr. Snow fell out backwards,
Sstriking the ground or the bridge just
where the spinal cord enters the head,
causing a severe contnuion and break
ing the vertebra. When assistance
reached hint, be was lying on his back,
perfeetly unconscious. Dr. Pierce
was telepihoned for, but when he ar
rived he pronounced his case hopeless.
lie died about 7 o'clock the same even
ing. Mr. Snow camttle from Georgia.
lie was an old friend of the Messrs.
Pittmau, and hnld been with Mr. Jim
Pittman for the list three years. He
was a quiet, steady man, attending
closely to hisown business lie leaves
a sister and father to lmourn his loss.
His remains were brought up Thurs
day, and the fueral proceeded from
the Methodist church at 4 o'clock.
lie was interred in the Providence
Cemetery, and a large number of sec
ond ward people and a great many of
our citizeus followed his remains to
their last reising place.
RECEPTION ON THE DEWEY.
Captain and Mrs.. Lee Cummins
bare requested us to state that on Fri
day evening, the 21st instant, the
steamer Dewey will arrive on her first
trip up from New Orleans, and will
give a reception and dance to the peo
ple of Providence and surrounaing
country. The Dewey will have on
board a fine string band, and with her
large and roomy.calin, electric lights
and electric faus, there should be a
jolly time tripping the light fantastic.
We know that the reception will be a
grand affair, for the Cummins' never
half-do .anythiung. So remember the
Dewey reception, Friday evening,
September 2lst, at Lake Providence.
There was n Illeeting of some of the
ciltizens of town on Friday evening
last in regard to the waterworks ques
tion. When such towu. the size of
Boyce, La., with a population of ai)out
eight hundred cttn have waterworks;
and electric lights, what is the reason
that Plrovidence, with fully twelve
htundred inlhabitants, canuot have
waterworks and electric lights? We'
should show mIlre of a progressive
spirit than to oppose such amove that
will he of so great a benefit to our
town. Every iotuse iand every store
built in \our town adds that nmuch
more to it. e
o n)! a r th Mounllllds store itt the
(second ward last Saturday night a
colored man came near losing his life
by a I)pe son, who shot at him fromt
ambush. It wasonly hy he alrrowest
kind of a nlargin that he was niot
killed. The guu imust have beeu loadt
etd with sixteen buck shot. Four ofi
htem struck him In ithe shoulder,
three or tour strtck lower down and
six or eight struck his saddle. It is
·aid that the gun was fired at such a
long tldstanuce that there was very lit
Ils force to the buckshot when they
strtlck and only made slight flesh
wounds. It was a narrow escape aLIy
A large levee outfit, cooselattng of
90 mules came up on the Delta !ast
Saturday, and on Monday the con
tractors started to work on their con
tract just below town. We are in
lormed that the geutlemeR who own
this large outfit are first class levee
men and thoroughly understand their
busitess, havnlug carried on levee con
struction for several years. We hope
thiat they will have no set-backs and
will fittisb the work on contract
The trim little Annie Laurie has
been iu the place of the Belle of the
Bend* this week. The Belle ahaving
new smotel stacks putI up, which are
larer thathabe eold ones. It is said
that t- Belle will be much feater
wilth these larger smoke etacks. bhe
is fast enough row, aS~ifshe doeav
better ahe will be wbktg faster time
bir. Yancey Bell, !~e:, l.~ . pro
prietor of BngVt Tt·af oe vidence
leedieg, retursed 'eIsa ~Y. eiveulng
o.Ui0 0 . peia4r 9P a* phi sand Moat
,~O where be left ufra. Bell
and their son and daughteV. ey
will remaiu at Mont Eagle aantil the
latter part of the pretert month be
fore relurning bome. We hope that
4wll&b7 wal b. Wil
Alter to it dyI will top .delivering
ice, but will conttone to haudle ~un
I tl the season aloise,. C. I, liH,'.
E ýeWlihere ocur rendir :1 Wil:.:' nu
article from our taleuted friend, Miss
Mary Decker, on the Chapter of the
Daughters of the Confederacy, organ
ized by Mrs. M. Louise Graham, of
New Orleans, during her recent visit
here. MIrs. W. N. White was elected
president of the Chapter, which was
appropriately named the "Edward
Sparrow" Chapter. The object of
this noble orgauization is to preserve
the records and reminiscences of the
late war and to raise a fund for
the lost cause. The Banner-Demo
crat congratulates the ladies in the or
ganization of this Chapter and hopes
to see it prosper. The part played by
the women of the Southland in the
cause of the Confederacy is as imper
ishable as the blood-stained fields
over which the gallaut boys in gray
marched on to yictory and-alas!-to
defeat. The instarnces of heroism, of
self-sacrifice, of privation, of good
deeds, ot gentle miniuiteriu_ to the
sick and wounded are as nrumerous as
the sandsd of the sea. They are part
and parcel of that noble struggle
whose history is the heritage be
queathed to posterity, the shadow of
which shall extend to distant years,
the influeuce of which shall inspire in
the hearts of our youth those senti
ments of patriotism that shall never
wane. God bless the noble women of
the Southland! Time is leaving its
wrinkled imprint on their faces, but
the light of love still lingers there,
and happiness is born of every smile.
Since the days of the sixties gray
hairs have grown on the furrowed
brow, but every silver stran is a chalu
that binds the hearts of the young to
those angel faces, and fixes In our
minds, and rivets on our memories, an
image so loving and gentle, so pure
and spotless, thit in our hearts we call
it by the tender name of -mother!"
May the Edward Sparrow Chapter
of the Daughters of the Cofederacy
have a pleasant and prosperous career.
The "Bradley-Martin" road level
er, presented to the Fair Associa
tion by our very small, but very popu
lar, commercial tourist of the same
name. is an excellent machine for keep
ing the track in good condition. Mr.
Martin says the leveler is intended
mainly for plantation roads, and he
thinks that every large planter should
have one. Very little attention is
paid to roads in this counutry-the
very country where they should re
ceive special attention. If every plan
ter would make it his business to im
prove the roads in his immediate
vicinity, how much more would travel
ing and hauling be facilitated. At
any rate, the Fair Aseoctation was
almost moved to tears by our friend
' Bradley's" gift; and judging by his
generosity, we figure it out mathe
matically that the heart of the afore
said commercial tourist is as big as.an
elephant. Bradley, may your shadow
never grow less! Since writing the
above, we learu that Mr. Martin has a
patent applied for, which lasts for one
%ear. He says that be can put the ma
chine on the market at $20.00, which
is reasonable enough.
T'Ihe stockhoiders of the Lake Provi
deice Bauk held a meeting last Mon
dtay and elected the following direc
tors for the eneuing year: S. W.
Stmith, J. N. Hill, J. W. Tooke, Phil
McGuire, J. W. D)unt, E, J. liamley,
J. C. Pittmanu. Mr. S. W. Stmith was
re-elected President; J. N. lill, Vice
P'resident; J. W. Tooke, cashier. A
,lividend of 10 per cent on the capital
rt:,ck was declared, 31 per cent of
which was placed in the surplus fund.
liThe, bank is in a prosisperous condition.
Mis.rs. lill and Tooke are careful
,businese men, and the interests of the
inittituion are well looked after. The
llatner-l)emocrat corigratulates the
Ilake Providence Bank on the fine
shi,,ing it has made for the first year
of its existence.
Mr. R. L. Hill returned from Las
Vegas, N. M., last Saturday morning,
after an absence of about three mouths
spent in that climate with his wife.
wbo went there on account of her
health and will remain bor sometime.
'The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Hill will be glad to learn that she is
better than when she left. Bob is in
robust health and looks to be about
twenty pouuds heavier. His many
friends gave him a hearty welcome
The steamer Julia came up last Sat
urday morning for the first time since
entering the New Orleans trade. She
lauded here about half past five and
lay at our landings until half past
eleven, putting off a large levee outfit
and a great deal of other freight.
A great many of the friends of Capt.
Lee Cummins and wife, and of Mr.
Hinter, were glad to see them.
This is the mouth that all flues
should be carefully examined. There
are more firee caused from defective
flues thau from any other source. The
town authorities have hada careful in
spection made of the flues for several
years, and we bare been told that sev
eral were so bad, that it was a won
der thebuildinge had not been burned
down. Nothing like being careful.
There was a large crowd in town
Wednesday to see the ball game and
horse races, but not the crowd that
was in before. The scarcity of money
was the cause.
The Ashbridge property on the
lake is for rent. See Mr. J. W. Dunn,
owner, if you want to get R aee house
at cheap rent.
S tyill bought this week
Ceapacat forty head
~iittlg hii srtar.
e wp r etion ad orreion tor a
period oflO days from tle data.
gent A 190Q.
We are offerir)n a lot of
--Black ard Tar Oxfords-
TAT WERh MRIIUFP CTURED TO SELL AT
$2.00 & $2.50.
These SHOES are made of GOOD MATERIAL
soft, flexible, neat in appearace and good
wearers. They run in sizes from 1 to 4, in
C and D widths. Our reason for selling these
shoes at such a low figure, is because the toes
are not quite as wide as the present style
a-SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW'"
W. N. WHITE, Agt.
IN HALF POUND AND POUND PACKAGES, 4
George 7Is~bridge's Grocery Store.
-- Jacob Marcus, -
Lake Street, - Lake Provid6nce, a.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and $iAo ,s
Hats, Caps. Trunks, Valises, Cloocks, &c.
A Pretty Line of Summer Goods.
Ladies' Sjh;irt Waists, ZSkirts and Hats.
56?Give me a call and I will endeavor to please you.
Geo. W. McKee,
Tbhe 01c1 Ite11iaRle G~zsocery Iousie
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
All kinds efFahoy Fa~irly Grsretie~
We invite you to call and see our Stock of Canned Goods. We carry
large line of different grades of sugar and coffee. We buy for cash
and secure the discount, therefore we can sell for a small profit.
WINNIE DAVIS, THE DAUGHTERIi
OF THE CONFI)EDERACY.
She is sleeping, sweetly sleeping,
In the city of the dead.
And the heart is sad with weeping.
For the tear in vain is shed.
Let her rest! IHer days are ended,
But her life' is just begun;
For her soul to heaven ascended,
When her mortal race was run.
Let her rest! The days glide by her,
Bult she takes no note of time;
God hath whispered: "Come up higher!"
Now she lives a life sublime.
And within the distant Aidenn,
Where conmes sorrow nevermore.
Smiles the Southland's saintly maiden,
On the eyerlastlng shore.
Sleep, fair daughter! For we love you,
And we'll linger at your grave;
We will scatter flowers above you,
And the bravest of the brave,
When from battlefield returning,
At thine earthly shrine shall kneel,
And stout hearts, with valor burning,
Pity's tender touch shall feel.
Sleep! The Southland kuows thy story,
For 'tie written on the soul
On the field of battle gory,
Where war's reddest'tide did roll.
Summer's sun will shine around your
Summer birds will warble gay,
But thy country's tie that bound you,
Binds us to thy slumbering clay.
And as long as mem'ry lingers
In the hearts that love thy name,
Garlands wove by tender fingers
Shall spread fragrance o'er thy frame.
Sleep on. dtaughter! Millions love thee,
Millions yet unborn shall love;
And the tears they shed above thee
Shall be lit for heaves above.
Col. Phil McGuare, everybody knows
him-he is the best natured man in
the whole of East Carroll parish. At
this particular time the colonel is in
Vicksburg doing a great ,'stunt" in
the interest of the great Fair, which is
to be held in East Carroll, just one
week ahead of the great November
Fair for Vicksburg. Colonel McGuire
has nothing but praise for Seecretary
Andrews and the outlook for the
e Vicksburg Fair and says that the Fair
in his section will close on Saturday
evening and everything will be sent
i straight to Vicksburg to help us with
our fair which opens on the following
Tuesday, the early part of November.
' Mr. Frank Constant is now in Tennes
see in the interest of the East Carroll
Fair and *ill secure race horees and
Slive stock, and also take some- ideas
a from the Pairs in Tennessee and $en
tacky while he is there.--Vicksa rg
Dispatch, Aug. 3lst.~
ý ip' . a
GRAND TWO DAYS
VCI KSBU RG
eptember 9, 1900,
Glee Club of New Orleans.
Train leaves Mississippi Valley R.
R. Depot at 8 o'clock s. m. sharp.
Returning, leaves New Orleans Tues
day, Sept. 11, at 8:00 a. mi. Train
stops at all stations between Vicksburg
and New Orleans going and returning
Fare Roud Trip only
Tickets now on sale at The Carroll
and the.Piazza Hotels, and at Depot
on morning of exeursion.
EXTRA CARS FOR COLORED
Any inftrrmation desired can be hadl
from Mr.,. Q. Pearce. Ticket Agent
of Mississi'ppi Valley R. R.
To get rid of a great
many remnants of fine
summer goods, we will
Itake any old price.
If yolu want real bar
gains this is your oppor
J. N. HILL & BRO.
~oua Liviaston, the colored man
who is doing decorating work in
towo, habu uiabed up the interior of
Sthe bew ptorE of Mr. 3. J. Ulailry.
it Ie a nice iob and shows biM.to be a
..rse ai. w..ork.ae.
IDy Gobds, Clothing,
'Boots and 'des,
tENTS' FUI NIRId GOODS.
3k4GNT" aLsýr, .1 ,y1" Soes.
lrerb ijtj a * store is new and first clas, and - we
so icit are 9L p % oq"agh
"~ . w:S M I, i e, J-jio.1,R.. Ca-hie
TheL rovidence Bank,
APA e ý x 50k,0
De' :osut Received from $1 l.'
S. w! r . .P*S. J ILL. W.T. w. Ja.., E. J. HAMLV .
"J.i E. ~O DS. J. C. PITTMAN.
JEO BUY s AND S.ELLS
.e S , RAI CTS A GENERAL
,0 no:aspe . anod closeed o l 1 .
4iiiii ý R. J. BURNEY, &CO., jMj"
Bernard Building, Lake Z&e Akrevidetone, La.
- De. s i "- 1 ..
Dry Goods, Clothing ... s and Shoes,
and everything kept in a Firsf Class Store
7veryrhin+ a for t.adiee.
1v'eryt:ýrigt for Ge ntlee nen
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
ail'We are here to stay, and by fair and honest dealing, we hope to
build up a first class trade. We solicit yoer business, and will do our best
to please you. Give us a call.
Bill ird & Pool. Room Parlor, r
PHIL M'CUIRE, Propriefor,.
Next to Max Levy's Big Clothing Stowe,
...LAKE and .LEVEE S.TR1EETS...
. Lakes ProFuidsae, . ' Loyasiaaa, o,
BILLIARD anct P00 TAiBLE. .
S Choicyst brad of Whiskies, BrandieR' Wine., C gars and To
Slsicco R KeeitI hand; Live Oak, pale Bye; Memphii COlub,
-- pnure ye; L T. lippey, ex, orte.l and relmported; aJ 'E.. Ppper,
u lh d-made tup mash BIourbcn; Jockey Club, hanwi-made sour
niash M elýod4, pure- Bourbon, ering '91; Robimeon County,
p-pye; cF wood, pure Rye. .
Ise Go 1#~ 11 quart.-Ohl Boarbon, 4 yexars old; W. H.
ý of thir s mfd~eobls ever brougt to tohi mark.et No o ex
l tr*s-F'ge for jug. .
THE GUENARD DRUG STORE,
. J S. &U. E:N:ARD, PROPRIETOR
r.jala..e t-reeot. I.,a1e oPr~ovidLLence, . "r.a
flugg, JIlediCine$, Chemical, ]atent Jedicine~.
Garries a full lile of Pai1tt, Oils, Varxlit4ecs,
Brts'~es, TFoliet soaps, erfginrery, Books, V'ixt,
Statiorery arld Glass.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
Jewelry and Piano Igge.
Largest Stock of
Diamonds, Watches, Ok ' ~ 'i iverware
IN THE STATE. 0' ".
Agent for the celebrated, Sohmer & C6be, rown,' Waldoo, Lakeside a d
Schiller Pianos. \Writedorcirctiutrs.
Fine Watoh Rsepa1sag a Spoaiaety.
Cor. Waehbington & Crawford St. VICKSBURG, MISS
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