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W. LEHMANN'S JUG HOUSE,
D~Ea Fine Whisky, Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer -inW Lmp'" Botte er.
ICE BY THFI TON AND AT RETAIL.
Bole Agent for W. J. Lemp's "EXCELLENT BEER."
--ýTry Lemp's "Extra Pale," for Family use--Nonl=aloholic.-...
Mail Orders will receive prompt attention.
Saturday, February 9, 1901,
J. E. RAN5DELL, W. H. )IONTGOMURY
F. X. RANSAELL. Notary Public
-- Insurance Agent.
Attorneys at Law
--A N D
Real Estate Agents,
Lake Providence, La.
WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF
EAST CARROLL, W EST CARROLL AND
MADISON PAIISIIES, AND TIIE STATE
S'UPREME COL RT.
Clifton F. Davis,
Lteal EIstate Agt.,
Lake Providence. La.
HAVING JUST FINISHIIEI) A COMPLETE
.W-TRACT (OI ALL IffI. LANDS IN EAST
"AIRIIOI.L. I AM RIIEI'ARED TO FURNISII
ABSTACTS OF TITLES (ON SHORT NOTICE,
E. WAYLES BROWNE.
STENOGRAPHER AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
W. D. BELL, W. B. PIrRCE.
DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE,
Our otlice is located in the olitee for.
mally occupied by Hon. C. S. Wyly.
Dr. Fierce's residence. The Egelly
Local and Parish News.
It will pay you to get vaccinated.
Everything is moving briskly on the
Caldwell has some extra flue mules
A great deal of land has been plow.
ed up this week.
Judge F. X. iRanedell had court go
ing on Monday morciog.
George McKee's "Red Snapper"
whiskey is the best made.
Mr. Tom Jay, of ';lcher's Point, was
a visitor town on M(uday.
The Town Counuci met on Thursday
evening. Proceedings ,ext week.
The town was crowded last Satur
day. Business seems to be holding
The steamer Dewey is making a low
excursion rate to New Orleans Mardi
There is a continued complaint
heard about the condition of the side
The Epworth League meets every
Bonday evenlug at the Methodist
There will be more land put under
cultivation lit East Carroll this year
than hn 1980.
Marshal Peck's three teams are kept
busy. He is a good man and'shoultl
Through sleepers on the Y. & M. V.
It. and Q. O. I . R. R. to New Or
kane Mardi Gres.
White has a few overcoats left over
from his large stock. You can get
them 4t ebout cost.
The flveremtions to fall at this
pobt; but it will soon cheek op and
commsene to rise again.
Mr.:JakoStela, the moat extensive
pleter In the seoond ward, was a viet
tor to towan on Tuesday.
Meo bthel Egelly left for Vicksburg
emt Wednsday, to spend a few days
With friends in that city.
*The Famous,0 the ladle's and gents'
furnishing boose of Providlence, Is
building up a nice trade.
Services at the Episcopal Church to.
norrow morning at 11 o'clock and at
1:S0 o'clock in the evening.
The rain that fell last Saturday
night played the dlickens with levee
work that had not been taken up.
There are several of our citizens who
are going to take In the Mardi Gras
excursion on the steamer DI)ewey next
Services will be held at the Catholic
Church to-morrow morning at half
puast ten and in the evening at half past
Mr. and Mrs. Max Levy left last
Saturday for the north, where they
will purchase a large stock of spring
and summer goods.
Wm. Cloud. a colored man who
weited on the small pox patients in
town :last year, died. Sunday night
from a casee f grip.
Mr. Harry Hill has opened up hise
barroom and is now ready for bhnosi
ness. H can be found in the build
ing next to Fbsher's store.
Mr. E. J. Hamley will soon put
down a concrete sldewaltk in front of
his four buildings. Other owuers
should do the same thing.
Adam House, a good hard working
colored mns,, who worked at makting
shingles f(,r sev.-ral years, died last
baturday morning from dropsey.
Our friend Jack Piunkston, who is
now in tihe Store of Conotanl, Benja
nmin L Co., was up to town last Sun
day. Glad to see him In good health.
Several iuebes ofrain fll aest Satur
day night. Towards morning the
wind blow at a terrio gate, but we
brve oact heard of any damago being
Mr. McLaurin, ihoae father man.,
agsled Tyrone Iplautatiou in 1899, ar
rived from Missiserppi last aeek to
manage the Wyly-tUe place for Mr..
T'1)e New Store of
I-kbEdIL.ON & CENN IDY,
Ladies and Gent's Furnish bgs.
The best Shoes, the best Hats, the
mo t stylish Clothing. the nobbiest
Neckwear, the best line of White and
Coloted Shirts. the bes)t Gent's Under
wear and Furnishings. We have an
up-to-date Store with everything new
JlWYour patronage is solicited.
There will be preaching at the Meth
odist Church to-morrow at 11 o'clock
a. m. and 7 p n.. as a letter from Mr.
Chas. Langhani makes a trip to Pecan
Grove unnecessary for the pIresent.
.J. ENGILE DENSON.
Feb. 9, 1001.
Lehmanti is going to furnish ice this
summer to the Providence people
at cheaper rates than it ever was sold
to them. To those who use a quantity
of ice it will pay them to see Mr. Leh
man and make a contract for the sum
We learn that Mrs. Alma Artancd re
ceived a dispatebh on Friday of last
Iweek, i:lforrnlig her of the death of
Mrs. Artand, mother, of l)r. Frank E.
Artaud, which occurred in Baltimore.
where she has been residing for some
Sheriff .1. W. l)unuu'and wife re
turned from New Orleans last Friday
on the l)ewey, after a most pleasant
roautd trip made on this bost with a
large party of excursionist from Mem
phis. They report having a royal
We are under obligations to Mr.
Clark fall, the hustling and accommo
dating clerk at Bell's landing. Clark
is always ready to do any one-high
or low, white or black, rich or poor, a
favor, and it is never any trouble for
him todo it, either.
Don't forget that Max Levy will
have a large and handsome line of
spring clothing, at a very low price.
It will pay you to see it before you
We regret to learn that Mrs. A. M.
Ashbridge, mother of our progressive
young grocery men, Messrs. George
and Arroll Ashbridge, has been very
sick for the past several days. We
hope to bear of the speedy recovery
of the esteemed lady.
Mrs. Vail Montgomery left last Sat
urday morning on the steamer Dewey
for New Orleans, where the good lady
has gone to consult a specilalist. Mrs.
Montgomery has been unwell for some
time, and we trust that she will return
home entirely restored to good health.
The ever popular and reliable Belle
of the Bends, the finest boat on the
river to-any, is a boat that should be
supported in every way possible.
There is no mnore popular set of offi
cers on the river than Captain Gus
Nimptz and first clerk Charley Kain.
Read Millikin's big list of hardware
published it another column. You
are needing something in this line all
the time, and it would be a good idea
to cut this list out and keep it so that
when you need any article in this line
you will know where to go and get it.
We regret to see by the dispatches
from Washington that Congressman
J. E. Ranstdell has been quite sick for
the past two weeks with grip and has
not been able to leave hie room. The
many friends of the popular gentle
man hope to bear of his speedy re
Abe Turner, a niegro well known in
Providence, was killed last week at a
levee camp in Mississippi. He was
shooting craps atd got in to a fuss
with another niegro over 80ots, who
pulled hise gun and shot T'ornrer in the
neck, whieb caused his death in a few
Mr. W. N. White, the popular pro
prietor of the one price store, bhas one
of the largest stocks of furniture to
select trom, and if you cannot get
what you want at thbis store it will be
hard to find in Providence. Call and
see the large stock of dry goods anud
notions just received.
It is a pity that the desirable lots
on the corner of Lake and Scarbor
ongh streets cannot be built on, or
that some one cannot purchase them
and erect a handsome two-story build.
ing. They are the most desirable lots
in town to-day, but we understand
bthey are held at too high a figure.
Mr. H. B. Thompson, assistant state
engioeer, has been in town thbis week
laying off the levee enlargement work
in front of town. Mr. Thompson In
formed us that this enlargement work
will go on until the water comes up
and prevents forther work. We re
gret to see. Mr. Thompson in bad
W. T. Foster, the St. Joseph (Mo.)
weather prophet says that real winter
may be expected from 9th to 17tb.
Indieations are that New England
States, Pacific s ipe, New York, Pen
nus)lvauia anid vicinity of St. Louis will
have ant excess of rain during this
month. E'sewhere raiutal will be be
The maguficent steamer Dewey
will make the Mardi Gras trip to New
Orleans, leaving Lake Provideune next
Friday morning and arriving in New
Orleans early Monday mrrnling, and
givintig you three full days in the city.
Mrs. Dr. F. IL Hernard and Mrs. W.
N. White left on tl- itewey lait Sat
urday mnorntin for New Orleans.
Both ladies will remain in the Cres
cent Clti) until after Mardi Gras.
Mr A.M. Nelson, of Benham, was
down to town o Tu lnstay to'ratltend
his duties on: the Policu: Jury, bof a
quorum not being on hand, there was
no meeting held.
The palatial and comfortable steam
er Dewey will make the Mardi Gras
trip, leaving Providence on next Fri.
day morning the 15th, and arriving in
New Orleans on Monday morning.
The boat will remain three days, which
will give the passengers ample time to
take in everything worth seeing. The
fair for the round trip between Provi
dence and Vicksburg will be $1500.
This rate includes meals and birth for
the entire round trip with the excep
tion of meals while in port. While in
port you can occupy your stateroom,
which will be a big saving. This is a
nice way to make a trip on almo't
The handsome organ at R. J. Bur
ney's is awaiting some one to call and
claim it. Mr. Burney offered a chance
on the organ with every dollar's worth
of goods purchased at his store, the
drawing to take place on the 1st of
February, which was done, and ticket
No. 240 is the lucky number. If the
persou holding this ticket will present
it they can get this flue inetument. If
the ticket is not presented by Febru
ary 21st, the person holding this num
her will loose their right to the organ
sand another drawing will take place.
We call the attention of the readers
of the Banner-Democrat to the big
advertisement of Mr. W. Lehtnani,
who sells W. J. Lemps keg and bottled
ibeer at wholesale and retail. You
can buy it right in Providence at the
same price that it will cost you in St.
Louis, which is the freight and other
expenses saved to you. This ought to
be a big thing for country stores in
the Bend and as far down as Hender
son, who can send their wagons to
town and get their keg and bottle
beer once a week or just as they need
it. Mr. Lehman la a hustler.
WANTED.-Cabahle, reliable per
son in every country to represent
large company of solid financial repu
tation; $936 salary per year, payable
weekly; $3 per day absolutely sure
and all expenses; straight, bona-fide,
definite salary, nd co:umission; salary
paid each Saturday and erpense moin
ey advanced each week. STANDAWRI
HOUSE, 33 )DEARBORN ST., CHICAGO.
A negro by the name of Davis, who
has been working in the upper part of
the Bend. was taken with the small
pox last Thursday, and was sent to
town by anegro named Adolph Reese.
Davies is now in the house where
Manie Gatewood is quarantined, and
there is no danger of the disease
spreading, as there is no communica
tion whatever allowed with them.
Reese should have been brought up be
ftrn the mayor when he was in town
on Friday and gives, a heavy flue. It
could have been done, and it would
served the Impudent negro right.
MARDI GRAS AT
N EW ORLEANS.
Account above occasion
the Y. & M. V. R. R. will
sell round trip tickets
February 12th to 19th in
clusive at ONE FARE,
$6.80 from Vicksburg;
return limit March 7.
A. Q. PEARCE, C. P. & T.
Col. Phil McGuire, looking younger
and handsomer than ever, returned
from New Orleans last Tuesday. Our
friend Jim Duiu ran up against him
last week while in the city, and he
"ahdld" him out to the race track,
where be said both made expenses.
We are glad to see him back, but his
extensive business goes on just like
clock work, whether he is here or not.
Some of the boys say that be is got
the marr)ing bee in his bonnet; but
bow true that is, we won't say.
There were twenty-three K. P's. at
the meeting on Tuesday evening,
when the officers were installed, which
is about half the members. There
was work also in the second and third
degrees, with two applications re
ceived. Mr. T. J. Powell, one of the
best citimens of our town, is theChancel
lor Commander of the lodge again for
this year, and through" his work, the
the order is growing stronger
daily, aud it will soon boat of
having over fifty members.
Mr. P. D. Qusys, the popular plan.
ter and citizen of the fourth ward, was
in town on Tuesday. He came down
to go before the Police Jury and tell
them the impassable condition of the
roads and bridges in his ward, but was
disappointed in the Board not meetiog.
A great deal of complaint is heard
about the roads in this ward, and our
Police Jury should do something in
trying to have them repaired so that
travel will not be interrupted.
You are promised the handsomest
line of spring millinery ever seen at
Max Levy's. It.
Mr. J. R. Caldwell received twenty
five or thirty more mules last Sunday
morning. This lot of mules is the fin
eat looking yet received by him.
Mole flesh is going up daily.
We have now at our
stables for inspection the
finest lot of mules that
ever was brought to the
town. We also have
another lot of fine horses
just in. Call and take a
J. R. Caldwell.
Max Levy had another drawing on
Wednesday for the two handsome
chairs, and tickets 1244 and 986 were
the numbers drawn. See if you
hLave'nt got them so as to present them
immediately and get these cbhairs.
With small pox ia the winter, high
water kt the spring, yellow fever in
the summer, and taxes starring a per
sona in the face at all times, how io the
dlckens is a fellow to escape the ta
The special correspondent of the
Times-Democrat from this place, has a
special in that paper in which it says
"that the government fleet will get
through next week with the repair
work and the additional revetting
they have done this year. Their work
has been very successful here. They
sank all their mattresses successfully,
notwithstanding the report published
that they lost one large willow mat
tress which was not true." This is a
dig at the Banner-Democrat, in which
this paper said that a mattress was
lost. A person can tell bow success
ful the work has been carried on when
the grader had to be brought from
Greenville three times to grade the
bank, where several large caves took
place, and which would occur again
before the bank could be finished.
We say again that a mattress was lost.
The wire cables holding it in position
broke which allowed it to slide into
water nearly a hundred and fifty feet
deep, and which gives no protection to
the bank. We didn't mean the local
as any reflection on the gentlemen in
charge, who could not be helli respon
sible for the bank caving, or hardly
even for the mattress sliding into deep
water; but it is a fact that more
trouble has been experienced in revet
Hnug this bank. than on the many
works done by the government, Ior
the reason that it has been a huge
sand bank that they have had to con
tend against. 'leir work we hope wil:
prove successful, and we believe it will.
The revetting and other bank work
done several years ago is as good to
day as it was when fiuished, which no
doubt has prevented our town from
being levied out
One of the largest hunting parties
that was ever gotten up in East Carroll
left town last Tuesday, equipped with
everything to have a first class hunt
and to have a first class time, and no
doubt killed plenty of deer, 'opossumrns
and coons. The party was composed
of Capt. Charles Potter, in charge of
this U. S. district; Capt. A. C. Dil
lahaet. Commander of the 16th Light
House D)ltrict; Capt. Wilson, of the
U S. steamer Joseph Henry; Judge
F. X. anusdell and Mr. E. J. Harley
who got up the big hunt, and Mlessrs.
W. S. Brown, J. W. Crump, E. F.
Gnenard, J. S. Guenard and Rev. C
Mahe. On Wednesday morning
Messrs. James Beard and W.C. McRae
went out to join the party.
We haven't heard whether any of
the hunters were treed by a bear or
that a wild cat made any of them take
the "back track" or not.
The gentlemen had several first class
deer hunters along and two or three
packs of hounds, and as the woods are
full of deer, we are looking for good
reports from the crowd. Buck agure
no doubt crawled over some of them
just about the time that the deer came
The party' had to break camp
Thursday evening and return on ac
count of disagreeable and rainy
weather. What luck they met with
we did not learn.
There were quite a number of coun
try K. P's. in on Tuesday evening to
attend a meeting of the lodge. Dr.
W. E. Long. Sol. Stockner, Everette
•Pinketon, Frank Constant, Albert
Taylor, T. J. Gilliam, J. C. Maxwell,
E. Stockner and E. B. Farmer. The
lodge wound up the initiations and
installing the officers about 11 o'clock,
when the members adjourned to
Ralph's restaurant, where a big oyster
supper was in waiting, and which was
enjoyed very much.
A Moments Reflection
Will tell you why our Overcoats are
superior to the usual ready-made gar
If YOU fail to see its superiority,
show it to your wise, or some one's
sister-women appreciate the best
Money back if not suited.
Mail orders receive prompt atten
WARNER & SEARLES CO.,
The Dau'hters of the Confedersacy
are now raising a nice little sum of
money to forward to Springfield, Mo.,.
to aid in paying for the big Confeder
ate monument that will be unveiled
in that city in August next. Capt. R.
N. Rea bas given $5.0.0, Mr. J. S. Mil
likin $5.00 and others have donated
like amounts. We wish to say that
Mrs. V. M. Purdv is authorized to re
ceivedonatious for this worthy ob
jeet. It matters not how little you
give, seud it along, or hand it to Mrs
Our ten o'clock mail is a hubombug.
As long as the iuspectors are out on
the route we get the morning mail
promptly, but the moment they disarp
pear the same irregularities commence
again. It is a great convenience to
get our New Orleans letters and pa
pers at 10 o'clock; and if any letters of
importance are received, our business
men can get their answers off by the
12 o'clock mail. We get our morning
mail about once or twice a week only.
It is reported that small pox con
tinues to spread in the upper part of
Bunch's Bend. Several deaths have
occurred since it first started. It is a
yery malignant type of small pox, and
every oue should be vaccinated before
It becomes an epidemic. If this is not
done. there is no telling where this
loathesome disease will go to. It
other towns and parishbee the authori
ties are causing a compulsory vaccina
The Yazoo & Mississippi Valley
Railroad is offering one fare from
Vickabarg to New Orleans and return,
which is only $6.80. The ticket is
good for several days, and it gives you
plenty of time to see everything. Mr.
A. Q. Pearce, the popular and accom
/modating ticket agent at Vicksburg
will give you all the necessary infor
Two colored women, who are fol.
lowers of levee camps, got Io a mix-np
on Levee street last Monday evening,
and one of them received a cut on the
forehead from a knife, which made the
blood come pretty freely. It laid open
the flesh on the forehead for about two
inches, and if the bone had not stop
ped the force of the knife she would
have been killed.
Rev. T. A. Brown, a colored man
above the average intelligence, has
been sent here by the conference just
held at Shreveport, and has taken
charge of the M. E. Church and its
flock. Last year be was stationed at
Luteber, not far from New Orleans.
He comea highly endorsed by leading
white men of our 8late.
Mrs. Clint Ardis, and two brigbt
children and Lela Taylor, who have
been on a pleasant visit to relatives in
Vicksburg, returned home I'qeanay
morning on the Belle.
IT PAYS TO BUY
We have. just received another
WHITE SEWING MACHINES.
These Machines are as near perfection
as human ingenuity and skill can
make them; and will last an ordinary
We are offering them at our usual
LOW CASH PRICE.
-I---TI-fE ROYAL TAILOR'S
Spring Samples of Clothing are the
handsomest ever shown in Providence,
and for high class tailoring the prices
are all right.
We are extra careful in taking
measurements and guarantee the fit
of every garment.
JOS. W. MARTIN. W M. P. PHILLIPS,
Formerly with Hill, Fontaine & Co. Formerly with Brooks, Neely & Co.
Marlin, Phillips& Co.,
296 AND 298 FRONT STREET,
MEMPHIS, TEN N.
We Make a Specialty of Bender and Long
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON SAME.
W. S. ASHFORD & CO.,
-Office, 366 FRONT STREET,
We make a Specialty of Long Staple and Bender Cotton, and
SImperial Gas Lamp
Covered by U. S. Patents.
Admittedly the BEST light on the market and
Te imperial (burns common stove gasoline and gives a
T100 candle power light at a cost of one
cent per day.
One OGallon will burn 40 hours.
The needle kecos the burner clean, so it will not clog, and
the generatinr.g tube being in center of flame, insures a light
that will not go out. There is no odor, no smoke and no
flicker. The light can be raised or turned down just as with
a gas jet or lamp. THI: IMPERIAL is the most perfect light
on the market and everything pertaining to it is the best to
be had. IT WILL PAY TO INVESTIGATE.
If not sold in your town write us for catalogue.
THE IMPERIAL (AS LAMIP CO.
1321.34 Lake Street. CHIIICAO, ILL.
ON T/h STtMfER
-- DEWEY -
$15.00 RO DRIP
The steamer Dewey
will take passengers be
tryeen Providence and
Vicksburg at $15 round
Will leave Lake Provi
dence on Friday morning
next, the 15th, arrive in
New Orleans on Monday
morning and leave Wed
nesday evening, giving
passengers three whole
days in the city.
This rate includes meals
and births for the entire
round trip, with the ex
ception of meals while in
L. P. CUMMINS,
Mr. J. S. Millikin is keeping a large
sad excellent grade of lurniture. sand
selling at prices ibat Is bern to beat
in cities. Call and see the big stock
One of the most horrible deaths
that ever bappend in our parish, oc
curred in town on Wednesday morning
last, when a colored man was burned
to death. His name is Henry Coates,
from Gilfoll's plantation in Madison
parish, and followed a levee camp here.
Last Tuesday, sonetlime during the
night, Coates crossed the levee in front
of town and built a fire near the old
cold barge, and while asleep no doubt
his clothes cought on fire, for when
discovered Wednesday morning his
clothes were burned entirely off. His
right arm and left leg were burned
almost to a crisp, and the flesh,was
merely banging to the bones, while
his back was also horribly burned.
Some of the levee negroes say that he
was subject to epileptic fits, and that
be may have fallen in the fire while in
one of them.
Shortly after the poor man was dis
covered a large crowd of colored peo
pile congregated, and it is said that not
one of them would put their bands on
hirm to remove the poor suffering
creature from the flre,,where he was
sill burning, and that be remained
there until some white men arrived
and pulled him away from it. This
does not speak well for these colored
people who were there sometime be
fore he was removed, and perhaps
could have saved him several minutes
ot horrible torture and sa fering; but
they did nothing, elcept to stand and
Marshal Peek had the man. moved
to the town lock-up immediately,
where everything was done to relieve
his suffering. At 10 o'clock Coates
Mr. Charley Pierson, the popular
traveling man, was in town this week
calling on his customers.
SAM GALANTY FRED. GALANTY
S. Glaanr &. BED.,
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Irunk.s, TTVltooe, Over g21)oesr.
QW°'Everpthliing in our store is new and first class, and we
solicit a liberal share of your patronage
The Lake ProvidenceBank,
THE LAKE PROVIDENCE BANK issues Bank Drafts or Money Orders
good anywhere in the United States. They are cheaper, and just as safe
as Post Office or Express Money Orders.
----THE FOLLOWING RATES---
Not exceeding $ 5.00.05e. $ 5.00 and not exceeding $25. 100
$25 and not exceeding $60. 15c *60 and not exceeding $80, 20c
$80 and not exceeding $100. 25c. and(l on up at rate of 25c per $100.
If a Bank draft is lost or miscarried in the mails. von can get a duplicate
without delay. You do not have to fill out application. There are also
other advantages over P. O. or Express money orders. Give it a trial,
J. W. TOOKE, JR., Cashier.
}i I R. J. BURNEY & CO., fl:
Bernard Building, Lake Street, Lake Providence, La.
- Dealers in
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
and everything kept in a First Class Store
Ever'thirig for Ladliesm.
Everpthi~ng for Gentleme n.
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
S)iWe are here to stay, and by fair and honest dealing, we hope to
build up a first class trade. We solicit your business, and will do our best
to please you. Give us a call.
Billiard & Pool Room Parlor,
PHIL M'CUIRE, Proprietor,
Next to Mlax Levy's Big Clothing Stare,
...LAKE and L.EVEE STREETS...
.Exake Providenoe, a Louisiana, 4
BILLIARD and POOL TABLE.
_ Choicest brands of Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, C gars and To
bacco. Keep on hand; Live Oak, pure Bye; Memphis Club,
pure Rye; I. T. Rippey, ex) ortea and reimported; J. E. Pepper,
hand-made sour math Bourbcn; Jockey Club, hand-made sour
mash; Melwood, pure Bourbon, spring '91; Robinson County,
pure Rye; Beechwood, pure Rye.
Case Goods, full quarts-Old Bourbon, 20 years old; W. H.
MoBrayer, Old Taylor, the cream of Irish whiskey in jugs, i
ported; Windson Club 1880. This is the choicest and most select
stock of this class of goods ever brought to this market. No ex
tra eharge for jugs.
THE GUENARD DRUG STORE,
- J S. ~UE:NARD, PROPRIPTOR .
I.saLr.e Street. Lsake Providenae. LZa
)rugg, Jediiineg, Ghemical, patent Jedieine.
(arries a fall lirte of Pairts, Oils, ifarrisles,
Brlslhes, Woliet soaps, Perfhrnery, Books, Vie
Statiorery arid Glass.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
SGeo. W. McKee,
The Old Itlliable GCooery IBouse
- Dealer In
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
All ki~ds gfFa.iy Far~ily G-detie~s
We invite you to call and see our Stock of Canned Goods. We carry
a large line of different grades of sugar and coffee. We buy for cash
and secure the discount, therefore wecan sell for a small profit.
} An Orator seaks with 1O Crace
S. only when hi.
r olothoesi it him
You will never ftel that way if
tyou wear clothes made by
the best known Chicogo Tailors. A suit o
yourself from the nnest nne of samplea yot
ever saw. You will win sure i you avie on
one of these suits. The.Fit and the Q.a ..y
,ore there. What more do you want if the
price Is We will see to TT an
Syou will get more satisfaction than you
ever had before.
IF YOU COME EARLY
win get a shade the beat of it,so do
SSAMPLES DISPLAYED BY
ld. D. GOOWIN. Imm.--_'
We do all kinds of Job Work,