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Li BEATS THE WORLD. o
City Council, a dime Cigar for 5cts, and Royal Reception, the
best Cigar on the Market for lOcts. AT LEHMAN'S,
ELIAS AARONS, Manufacturer, New Orleans, La. Represented by Nathan Bach.
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Saturday, February 23, 1901.
J. E. RANbDEILL, VW. H. MONTGOMERY
F. X. IRANSDELL. Notary Public
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Attorneys at Law
Real Estate Agents,
Lake Providence, La.
WILL PE.ACTICE IN TIHE COURTS OF
EAST C(ARIcl..., EST CARROLL AND
MADIsoN PAIRISiiES, AND TILE STATE
SUL1E1I4E (4, Ir.
Clifton F. Davis,
Atty-at-.La- w 1
REdtal "E-state Agt.,
nake Providence, La.
HAVING JUST FINISHED A COMPLETE
ABSTRACT OF ALL 'HE LANDS IN EAST
AtARtOI.L. I AM PREI'ARED TO FURNISH
IBSTACTS OF TITLES UN SO1IoRT NOTICE,
E. WAYILES BROWNE,
STENOGRAPHER AND NOTARY PUBLIC. f
W. D. BELL,, W. B. PIERCE. f
DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE,
Our ottice is located in the othice for. (
mally occupied by Hon. C. S. Wyly. a
Dr. Pierce's residence. The Egelly
Local and Parish News.
Planting operations are well under
Improvements continue in all parts t
Farm work has been going on part
of the week. I
Mr. Irvin D)avis is now running at
team in town.
Three months of the new year have it
almost past. v
See Walter Goodwin for fine made a
to order clothes. B
There are eleveup risoners confined h
In the parish jail.
Part of the Mardi Gras excursionists
will be home today. t
The town council met in special ses- C
sion on Wednesday evening. b
White's big spring and summer a
stock will commence to arrive next
It is said that the fourth ward is the
only ward in the parish exempt from P
Col. C. D. Benton. of the Bend. was n
a passenger on the Dewey last Friday
for New Orleans.
The linemen are putting up the polls P
and stretching the wire for the long I
distance teleplhone. f
A new roof is being put on the d
dwelling next to Capt. Purdg's resi- s(
dence on Egelly street.
Mr. J. W. Pittman has had a nice
fence erected in front of his pretty
two-story home on Hood street. '
The nicec cottages on the corner of ft
First & Hood streets, are now enclosed
with a nice attractive iron fence.
The Vicksburg Post says the Dewey g
left Vicksburg last Saturday morning n
with 104 registered cabin passengers. g
We have just received several faces
otjob'type and ornaments, and are
better prepared to do first class work.
Mrs. T. J. Fatherree and youngest ti
son, left last Friday evening to spend sI
a few days with friends in Arkansas V
Present ticket 5686 at Levy's and
get the handsome chair. Mariah
Cots held ticket 5987, which won t
the other one.
The upper rivers are falling. It
would be a great thing for this coun
try if we have no high water to contend l
with this spring.
The amount in postage stamps sold d
by the Providence post office is from
six to ten dollars a day. Nothing
small about this.
The Cumberland Telepone Co., are
putting up a line from Videlia to St. '
Josephb It looks like they aren their
way up the river.
The crowd of young boys who went
down on the Dewey last Friday, no a
doubt had a good time seeing the
sights in New Orleans.
There was no services held at the
Methodist Church last Sunday mnghti
on aceount of the indisposition of the
pasUtor, Rev. Mr. Duncan.
Mrs. C. Root, her sons John and
Lerry, and Mrs. Brown, of Skipwith, r
came down last Saturday to spend a
few days with Mrs. Z. Goldenburg.
Messrs. Geo. S. Owen and Will Snod-
dy of the Bend, were in town Monday.
Mr. Owen informed us that be had <
nearly a hundred bales of cotton yet to
J, N. Hill & Bro. are showing the1
latest styles in two and three strap low.
quarter shoes for ladieks, at $2.26 iand
$2.60. .all and -e their big stock ocf
et. Valestlm' day doe. nt ·scem to1.
beU Pas pPUIIW5IR nerd tob.. There
pretty kiud to pas through tihe post
The New Store of
I-IAi2.I.TON & KENNEDY,
Ladies and Gent's Furnishings,
The best Sloes, the best Hats. the
nlmost stylish Clothing. the nobbiest
Neckwear, the best line of W\hite and
Colored Shirts, the best Gent's Undter
wear and Furnishings. We have ani
Ul-t,-date Store with everything new
&-'Your patronage is solicited.
LENT AT GRACE CHURCH.
The Rev. Mr. Hoherg gave notice
last Sunday of the suhbjcs upon which
he will give addresses during the
Lenton season. Services will be hell
on Wednesday's and Friday's. On
Wednesday's at 4 o'clock p. in. Lep
ton service on Friday's at 7:30 p. inm.
Eveuing service with address.
Mrs. J. W. Tooke and her sweet
baby girl. returned from Arcadia last
Friday, where Mrs. Tooke spent a
month visiting relatives. Miss Eva
Shehe, sister of Mrs. Tooke, who;
visited here last summer, returnedl
Miss Maggie Schaffer, of Vicksburg.
arrived last Sunday on a visit to her
friend, Miss Teressa Fousse. Miss
Schafter is a sister of Mr. John Schaf
fer, the popular clerk on the boats of
the Vicksburg & Greenville Packet
Co* We wish Miss SchatTer a pleas
ant visit in cur town.
In another column will be found a
railroad article from the Concordia
Sentinel. We assure the Sentinel that
if it is only the right of way wanted
through our parish by the Gould's to
gtve us this roa d, that they will have
no trouble in securing it. We wani't
the road, and war't it badly.
We had the pleasure of meeting Mr.
D. 1i. Parker last Saturday, the first
time in over a year, and were glad to
see him enjoying good health. Dave
is now traveling for a large Green
ville house and will make this territory
about every thirty days. We hope to
see him do a good business for his
Mr. Walter Goodwin, representing
the big tailoring house of Rose & Co,
Chicago, has just received a large
book of spring and summer sanmlles
of fine clothing, and is now ready to
take orders for his many friends, who
have given himt their busiuess for the
past ten years. Mr. Goodwin has
nearly five hundred pieces of cloth to
make selections from.
It is said that about forty colored
people in the upper part of Bunch's
Bend have had the smallpox and that
fully two-thirds of the number have
died from the disease. The first per
son to take the smallpox visited Green.
ville for a week and took down with
the llisease a few days after returning.
This is the way that smallpox got a
foothold in Bunch's Bend.
Mr- J. S. Millikin, the hustltng dry
goods merchant, has purchased a mag
nifieentstock of spring and tnmnier
goods, andt the ladites of our town and
parish can look for the latest in styles.
He has bought extensively and has
tried himself this season in getting a
stock that will attract every one.
We will guarantee that you will find
the latest in everything at Millikin's.
Mrs. J. C. Murphy and daughter re
turned from Montevello. Ala., last
Friday, where they intended residing
with a sister of the late Mr. J. C. Mur
phy and also to be near a fine school,
but on account of the health of her
daughter, had to return. Mrs. Mur
phy informed us that she may have to
go to Texas. We are sorry to learn
that her little daughter is in such
We call the attention of lovers of a
good smoke and a good cigar, to the
ad. of Elias Aarons, manuf:tacturer of
fine cigars, 544. 545 and 547 Magazine
street, New O)rleans. Mr. Nathan
Bach, the agent for this house, wasp in
town last week and sold 5000 of the
famous "-City Council" and 5000 of
**Royal Reception" to Mr. W. Leh
mann. The City Council is a hirst class
6ct cigar and Royal Reception a fine
The Banner-Democrat Is in receipt
of the Picayune's publication of notable
events of 1900. with one of its handsome
calendars for 1901. The notable events
is publish in clear type on a large piece
of cardboard, and is very valuable for
retferene. The "*old lady" on Camp
sjtreet, as this grand old paper is cnailed.
bahs sent out "the notable events" for
.1sany y ears past., The B..D. thanks
tob ]Pioaoue Qr tts kindl$ remcm
Green Phillips, a colored man living c
on Oakland plantation, held the lucky
lnumber that drew the hatldsme or- 1
gan Mr. I. J. Burney put up last fall,
giving a chance on the organ with c
every dollar's worth of goods pulr
chased at his store. The organ is no
coimmon one, but a first class make
P'hillips can't play, neither can his
wife, but he says that it will keep his
children out of the road. The organ
is like an elephnat on Philips' hands.
which puts us in mind of what our
oldt friend I)r Wyly said when the
levee broke at RIolleigh some years
ago. The darkies were about to pack
out the piano from the house, which
was about to be taken by the current.
when the )Doctor called out to them :
"D)- m the piano, I eurn't p11,% the
.Judge can't play, save the gear and
The revetment work that has been
goaing on above town for the ,:ast
several months, was con.pleted last
Friday, anler a great amount of
trouble. Where the revetment has
been needed and necessary to pre
vent further caving, there is noth
ing but a said-bank. with no solid
dirt, and as fest as it would he graded
the water would undermind it and
wash it away, which caused a great deal
of uneasiness and alarm by those who
were in charge of this important work.
By extra work and keeping a large
force on hand, they succeeded in get
ting in a mattress, whtich prevented
further caving and allowed them to
The 1Rev. N. I11. )u ose, M. A , G.
I)., of newanee, Tenn., was a visitor to
Provideuce this week as the guest of
Rev. Mr. Boberg. Mr. DuBose oflici
ated on Ash Wednesday at Grace
Church and delived a forceful and
earnest atddress upon the subject of
the Lenton season to a large and ap
preciative congregation. '1'The rever
end gentlemtan is instructor it the
University of the South and also r
business manager of the Fairmount
School for young ladies. Several of
oulr young people have attended both
these colleges and are acquainted with
Mr. 1)uBose. We hope that the rev
erend gentleman will pay us another
visit in the near future.
A visitor to town last week, who
had been abesnt about six months,
told us that he never saw a little town
improve so much in that short space
of time as Providence. He said : "I'll
just tell you, it has only been about c
six months since I was here last, and I a
declare it looks like that I only know a
about half the people I meet-there a
are so many strange faces; and be
sides, the number of new buildings
erected is astonishing. All you need is
a railroad to bring in more people, º
and which will give you an oil mill, an
compreess and other enterprises, in a
short time." o
The Greek fruit merch'tnt got on a
"-high loneyome" last Sunday and shut
up shop. A short while afterwards o
some one started the report that he f
had been taken down with smallpox
and that he had a genuine case. In f
a short while the rumor had spread all
over town. and there were mIany who
were frightened to a considerable oe
gree. An investigation was made by I
l)r. Bell, who pronounced it a genuine
ease of drunk, which relieved the anx
ions citizens. It would not be so nice
to have a case of smallpox almost in
the center of the business part of our
Mr. Joe Craig, of Grandview, Ind.,
who was here last week taking orders
for grain and flour to be shipped to ourt
merchants, told us that over one.third
of the tonage of the Ctuicmnntt boats
that come down the river are loaded I
with hay. grain and Hlour shippCed h by
his tirm. and that these boats refuse
to ttake over a certain amotlnl nt reserv
inl room for other shippers. Hle' says
in a short time Cincinnati will have
two bIoats leaving every week for Neow
Or;cans, instead of every lifteen days
as it is now.
Mirs. F. ii. G. Taylor, our worthy
andl esteemed postmistress, is having
the front part of her residence, or the
old post oflice front, taken down. and
will have a nice porch erected, which
will add very much to the appearance
of her home. Mrs. Taylor will then
have room for a small yard in front,
which will be enclosed by a nice fence.
Mrs Taylor is a deserving lady. and
we are glad to see her able to improve
Mrs. J. C. Martint and pretty child
retI ~yre welcomed back last week,
after quite a stay voiating friends in
I.eota and Greenville.
Mr. W. II. Benljamist and daughter
Rachel, left on bthe Valley QneeA with
Ilteir. gneat, Rev Mr. DuhRose, for
Wrahington, La;, 0to visit Rv. nd
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POLICE JURY PROCEEDINGS.
Continued from page S, column 3.
M. S. Hasie, Jr., of Fort Worth,Texas,
for the construction of a steel bridge
of eighty feet span on the public road
along the bank of Lake Providence
where said road crosses the head of
Tl'ensas bayou, said bridge to be con
structed according to thespecifications
made by W. A. Stanton, of Vicksburg,
Miss., which plans and specifications
are made a part of this ordinance for
reference and certainty.
Be it further ordained. That the
price for ;Le construction of said
bridge shall not exceed the sum of
twenty-nine hundred and twenty-five
dollars, payable in cash upon the com
pletion and acceptance of said work;
Be it further ordained, That there
is hereby appropriated the sum of
thirty-tive hundred and five dollars,
out of the general fund in the parish
treasury, to pay the contract-price for
the construct ion of said bridge. for the
cost of neces-ary earth-work for the
approachen to said bridge, for the cost
of lie plans and specifications of said
bridge and for the services of the en
gineer it charge of said work;
Be it further ordaited,. 'That the
contractor for said work shall execute
in favor of the President of the Police
.lurv fr the benefit of the parish of
East Carroll bond with solvent securi
Iv in the u .n of onse thottaud dollarse,
conditioned for the faithful perform
ance of all ohiigations of the contract
for the construction of said bridge.
The Finance Committee made the
following report, a hich was adopted :
Eake Providence. La., Feb. 12. 1901.
To the lion. Police Jury of East Carroll:
We, the Committee on Finance, re
commend the approval and the pay
ment of the following claims, present
ed at this lmleetIttg:
.I W Dunn. tail fees ................ 213 60
capture rmurderer ....... 22 6i
attending court ........ 10 (Ht
process beyond parish... 15 00
' .Ian y salary ............ 41 5
attending court .. .55 00
Vance Bell. coal .................. 50 00
'rv. tLumber t o . Ioutmber ......... 19 83
Maguire & Schneider, road work.... 48 80
It 11 ;Irah.on road work............ 3S 10
-as It:erd. .croner jnry ............ 1 00
N t'usse, jail repairs 2 10
l Gtalalntt. elroner ( lary..... ........ . 1 00
,I (;tGu riard, .ail drugs ........... . 29 0
N 101u(s5 . paupers ..... .......... 31 00
W V(:ih to r. pauper .......... 3 7.5
Illawara co.. bridge ............... 10 00
.I tein Co. paup r ................ 5 70
I) \V ;ilhnour, pauper ....... ...... 5 00
TS Main.. j p ... 6 25
Ernest Hlnet. road ................ 25 00
\V K SI urti ck. road ............... 25 00
1) F Peek. hauling Coal ............. 2
.I l Kennedy. coln election ........ 2 00
\V It tHiut-r, cono election ........ 2 50
FIr ut tl .11 ttuire, coal ............... 50 00
.t Is Mct'ulloch, corn election........ 2 50
W A Hlount. coin election ........ 2 50
Santll Mason, arrest murderer ..... , 00
\\ C tlope. per diem ............... 3 90
F I' Atkinson. clerk election ....... 2 30
W C Hl, pe. clerk election ........... 2 50
A 1 Nelson.p diem ............. 90
C A l1oelker. com election.......... 5 50
I) F Peek. hauling ............... 50
1' W .lay, per diem ............... 3 90
Sentry. printing brief............... 15 00
A onught. cotn election............. 5 00
R Nicholson, per diemt .............. 17 10
\V H Davis,. road work ............. 35 50
A M Nelbo. road work ............. 95 50
Panner.l)emocrat. printing ........ 68 50
G VF Blackburn- clerk lees ......... 88 55
iI C McGiuire. lumber .............. 16 53
A B Solari. aom election ........... 2 50
T S Malen. com election........... 2 50
IB HBeard.j p ........ 9'..... 5
W H Hunter, witness .. ... 3 00
N Fousse. coroner j ry............ 1 00
Wmi Stanton. architect ..... . 26 00
W A Staton. bridge plans ......... 80 00
C It Egelly. holding inquest ...... 10 00
Bell & Pierce, pauper prescription.. 1 00
Total ......... . .................... 1318 71
We have examined the reports of
the sheriff and ex-officio tax collector
and treasurer, find each correct, and
recommend their approval.
The 'l'reasre r's report shows
Balance oi hand ........... ... $35J4 98
From which deduct amount recom
mended paid by this repart..... 1318 71
Leaving a balance of ..........$$2196 27
W. C. HOPE,
A. Mt. N EION.
The Board adjoturned to meet on
the first Tueday, the2ad day of April
ROBT. NICHOLSON, President.
YANCEY BELL. Clerk.
The Police Jury passed several first
class ordinances at the meeting last
week. One of the most important was
an ordinance regulatiing the purchasing
and selling of cattle, swine and sheep
['hose initerested should read the or
Our frientd Hlugh Mc(;uire got away
with his acquaintances last Sunday
morning, and a fellow had to take a
look at him the second time before the
gentlemaii could he recognizetd. All
on occount of having his beard taken
A special term of court will convene
on Monday, March 4th. The memhers
of tile graud have been called together
for !notlnday the 4th, and those who
comupose the petit jury are to report
for duty on Mouday, the flth.
The large number of white men who
were at the government works above
town, were paid off last Thursday and
by Saturday morning there was not a
cent in the crowd. They had a jolly
good tinme while it lasted.
The lamp at the old post office cor
ner should be moved to the east side,
0o as to give some light to the.people
who live on that side of the street.
They pay taxes to, and get mighty
Col. W. I. Benjamin, son and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Graham, and
Mr. Frank Conlsutant, of the second
ward, camie up on Ash.Wednesday to
atteind divine.worship at the Episco
Lake and Levee street sidewalks are
very much feared in their present con
dition. It is a shame to have such
sidewalks as we have on these two
principal thoroughfares. Perhaps this
I"The Famous" has secured the agen
cy for a largs shirt house, and Mlr.
Hamilton will take your measure and
have the shirts made to order for you.
See the large number of handsome
After-this issue we will stop sending
the paper to persons who owe us for
three and four years subscription. We
can't afford to send them the paper any
longer. They ought not to expect it.
Last Sunday was a beautiful day.
.and was warm enough without fires.
I Almost the entire population were
either out walking or drivintg. It was
too pleasant to remain in doors.
The smallpox situation is becoming
Smore serious daily, and we are afraid
that it is now scattered in so many di
Srections that it will be a bard matter
to confine it to any one locality.
r Judge W. G. Wyly, who has not
Smissed seeing Mardi Gras for the past
r twenty-five years, went down last
I week to take is the sights and spend a
f aew days in the Crescent City.
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 CASHI PRICE.
THJ1E ROYAL TAIIOR'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.
\.. \ 1ITEL -AQT.
JOS. W. MARTIN. W M. P. PHILLIPS,
Formerly with Hill, Fontaine & Co. Formerly with Brooks, Neely & Co.
Martin, Phillips & Co.,
298 AND 298 FRONT STREET,
MEMPHIS, TEN N.
We Make a Specialty of Bender and Long
LIBERAL ADVANCES M£ADE ON SAME.
W. S. ASHFORD & CO.,
-Office, 366 FRONT STREET,
We make a Specialty of Long Staple and Bender Cotton, and
Il: Imperial (Gas Lamp
Covered by U. S. Patents.
Admittedly the BEST light on the market and
the most economical.
The Imperial burns common stove gasoline and gives a
S100 candle power light at a cost of one
cent per day.
One Gallon will burn 60 hours.
The needle keeps the burner clean, so it will not clog, and
the generating tube being in center of flame, insures a light
that will not go out. TIhere is no odor, no smoke and no
flicker. The light can be raised or turned cown just as with
a gas jet or lamp. THE 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 (IOAS. LAMP CO.
132'34 Lake Street, CtlICAO, ILL.
A Moments Refiection
Will tell you why our Overcoats are
superior to the usual ready-made gar
If YOU fall to see its superiority,
show it to your wife, or some one's
slster--women appreciate the best
Money back if not suited.
Mail orders receive prompt atten
WARNER & SEARLES CO.,
Services at the Episcopal Church to
norrow morning at 11 o'clock and at
1:30 o'clock in the evening.
Master Fred Egelly was among the
party of boys who went to Mardi Gras
last Friday on the Dewey. Fred is a
manly young fellow and has many
The Police Jury proceedings are
l quite lengthy. The Hon. Body did a
great amount of important business at
their meeting held last Monday and
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Galanty got off
on the Julia last week. Mr. Galanty
visits Chicago and St. Louis, and will
bring forward a large spring and sum
Mr. and Mrs. Max Stockner, of Ben
ham, were in town last Sunday visit
e ing their daughters and grand-children.
s Our friend Max does not got to town
often these days.
Mrs. Yancey Bell and two children
i left last Friday on the Dewey for
Baton Rouge, whe:e Mrs. Bell will re
r main a few weeks visiting her sister,
Mrs. E. C. Lanier.
t The many friends of Mr. R. L. Hill
ýt our popular citizen and merebant,
t were glad to see him out last Saturday.
a Mr. Hill suffered with a severe case of
( grippe for three weeks.
The Board of Aldermen met in spe
-ial session on Thursday for the pur
pose of receiving bids for the erection
of the waterworks and electric light
plant. Judge J. M. Kennedy, attorney
for the board, and Capt. K. H. Hider.
engineer in charge, were present.
There were three bidders, Ben John.
son of Vicksburg, $20,756; G. Yaeger,
Rich Hill. Mo., $18,482; Edward J.
OBerin, Birmingham, Ala., $18,325.
The contract was awarded to O'Berine,
who gave a $5,000 bond to complete his
contract wihin four months after be
ing notified to begin. The bon Is will
be sold immediately to carry on this
Bologna Dry Sausage,
Bologna Oil Sausage,
Vienna Sausage, hot.
Bayou Cook Oysters,
Services will be held at bte Catholic
Church to-morrow morning at half
past ten and in the evening at half past
A small female Maltese kitten was
stolen from me a few weeks ago, and
I will pay a !beral reward for the re
covery of the kitten or information
that will lead to its recovery.
Lake Provrikles , La,
SAM GALANTY Pam.
S. [ 1 & Br*.,
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
"TraVtnnx , TTalioee. Over Ssoes.
IOP"Everpthing 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.
-- TIIE FOLLOWING RATES----
Not exceeding $ 5.00 .05c. $ 5.00 and not exceeding $25. 10o
$25 and not exceeding $60. 15e $60 and not exceeding $80, 20c
$80 and not exceeding $100, 25c. and on up at rate of 25c per $100.
If a Bank draft is lost or miscarried in the mails, you can get a duplicate
without delay. You do not have to fillout application. There are also
other advantages over P. O. or Express money orders. Give it a trial,
J. W. TOOKE, JR., Cashier.
i R. J. BURNEY & CO., l
Bemrard Building, Lake Street, Lake Providenoe, La,
- Dealers in
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
and everything kept in a First Class Store
mlveryvhizng for Tandiees.
:ilvehrytling for Gentlexme n
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
gi'We 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,
1 Next to 1LMax Ievy's Big Clothing Sto*9 ,
...LAKE and LEVEE STREETS...
E Lake Proidenoe, s Loultaum, 4
BILLIARD and POOL TABLE.
Choicest brands of Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, C gars and To
bacco. Keep on hand; Live Oak, pure Rye; Memphis Club,
pure Rye; L T. Rippey, ex; ortej and reimported; J. E. Pepper,
hand-made sour mash 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.
4 MeBrayer, Old Taylor, the cream of Irish whiskey in jugs, iw
ported; Windson Club 1880. This is the choicest and most seleot
stock of this class of goods ever brought to this market No e*
Strai eharge for jugs.
THE GUENARD DRUG STORE,
~J S. GrUCENA RD, PROPRIETOR
_.sa.e Btreet. I.algke Providenoe, I·a.
rurg, jedikinet, Chemigal, patent Jedieine.
(arries a uPll line of Paitts, Oils, 1arrist-es,
Brbslaes, Woliet soaps, Perfhrrery, Books, Fire
gtatiorlery ard (lass.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
Geo. W. McKee,
Trae Old. "Eaeliable GCroLery "EBouse
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
All kidls tfFaoy Fatrlily GEd'etfies
Weinvite you to call and see our Stock of Canned Goods. We carry
alarge line of different grades of sugar and coffee. We buy for cash
and secure the discount, therefore we can sell for a small profit.
prn ~and ummer
v ".inl. of Samples
just received from which you
can make your selcction foryour
I cern is the best known Firn
I of Merchant Tailors in Chicago
and do the largest business of
Merchant tUiornugin the United
States. We can show you sam
plea of their oo and a finsn
ine cannot eound. These
fabrics are matchless In 5
f ity; the newest itmportast n
and npato-date patterns, al new
styles and nobby creations;
prices are right too, and you
can get a garment now with the
pr,,per cut and fit an4 with good
linings to correspon r
bl. D. GOOWIN. -`-,
We do all kinds o0 ...