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LAKIC PROVIDENCEC. LA.
JAlME N. TURNER.
Pubisher and Proprietor.
RUBSCRIPTION: $2(H) PER YEAR.
Saturday, June 22, 1901.
Fifth District Levee Board.
Regular mni'tings second Wednesday's
In -Jauuary, April ,July, uii October, at
The Presidential boom of Mayor
Carter Harrison of Chicago has '
been launched. He has been twice
electel Mayor of that city, and is a
strong man. He is the strongest 1
man in the Democratic party today,
who has not a blemish in his char.
acter. If he should be the nom
inee he would come nearer winning
than any other man that could be
'fle third term talk of Depew
and other notables of the Republi:
can party was pretty well punct-.
urel by President McKinley in his t
letter last week. Hanna and a few
others of such a stripe, and who are
m9rnagogues of the worst type,
were the ones who were pushing the
third terra talk, and are now t
laying their plans to control the
next, Presidential convention.
It should not be forgotten that
the Confederate Veterans of Lon- r
isiana will hold their State reunion at b
Baton Rouge on Tuesday, August b
6th, the anniversary of the battle of a
Baton Rouge. The citizens of that C'
grmad little city are preparing on ae
sig alel.o enjgrtain every one who b
t attend the reunion. Kvery one 1e
thrill be welcomed and treated IQyal.
Iy the old vets of our States will a
be shown every courtesy, and as T
maary u poaI shoual attend this w
State reunion. tip
The Southern Iadustrial Convjn- fn
tion' held at Philadelphia last week, :
was attended by a large delegation sc
from every State .in the. South. pr'
Louisiana was represented by sewer- "
al. of its leading, citisens, among i.
them Congressman Adolph Meyer sis
and Mr. H. H. -argrove, who is "-W
doilig tach for the advancement of
our State. Saobh a convention is
boand to do much good in many o
ways for the South, and it is a vel
_ty that East Carroll h'ad not a we
. tative there. the
Ohn Gray Foster, one of the sol
popular young men in the of
Se, wam shot and killed on the oei
Pster place, near Shreveport on the Th
2thc, by Prince Edwards or Ford, a
one of the negro laborers. Fourteen "M
or more arrests have been made, but ran
Edwards got away and is still at bal
large. There was great excitemrent ary
in Shreveport for sovera! days, and alac
it was thought the law would be re- me
spected, but on Wednesday night for
the jailor at Benton was overpowed
andl two of the ring leaders were '
taken out and hulng to a tree. A lock
reward of $1000 is offered by the and
J. M. Foster Planting Co., for his ing
arrest. Prince Edwards is described coll
as being black, 5 feet 9 inches tall, Pro
weight 160 pounds; rather pleasing POU
countenance, a peculiarity it n 1 8:
eye, about fifty years old. This one
egro came from Houston, Texas. r
The Rising Sun Recorder says
that "th. lengthy opinions of dies. pro
n-ating judges in our State and add
Jnited Staes Supreme. Courts o
o k odbe abolished. There is o, in at
s odof them-they do no good- add
re no value whatever. The opinion ,
SrSenderd by the majority is of it 4
alse, and stands as the' law, and T
ore is no use whatever for pjiaori. e
opinions."' It. may, look this asi
sy from the Recorder'e stand
int, but not, with the majority are
f, the y ~l thinking people prol
,the Uud Sttes, The above
r wnas a brought fearth 'P
ont e harsh and bitter attaehks Mis
- pon bthe U.S. Supreme eers fede
Downs decieio~, which will t'
look shey. The ,lefagtbyapi. *
- t Justie Harlea, dismelg
m the majority, has with bim
io la.sticesPalloe, JustiOc Bew w.j
and Jatles Peakham-fear of seve
of thed tnited mee
tbeFiit,4qq: ln .o jius.the us
rsbI~' shn i'ulJ of the of t
ie sad 4 of b4
it. The Industrial Convention at
( AT Last week there met in "Ife city of
Philadelplhia one of the large'sigther
ings ever asseMibtled ir that ofty, more
than a thousand dclcgarte--represent
ing every State in the South. Phdla
d(l)phia is one of the few Northern cities
that knows less of the South and its
AR. resources than many of its sister cities
in the North, and it was a good thing
in holding this convention there. The
*great good that the different sections
of the South will derive in the near
future from the convention will soon
day's begin to be felt, and as Louisiana bad
Tr, at such wide awake men as Gen. Adolph
Meyer of New Orleans, and Hln, -. H.
Hargrove of Shreveport. to represent
it. and who spike eloquently of the re
sources and advantag es it had over
many other states, much good can be
expected to follow from this conyen.
tion to our State and the other States
of the South.
The Philadelphia North American
Review, in an article on the Industrial
By coming to this city the associ
ation casts off whatever sectional char
acter it has had and enlarges its scope.
Nominally. its aims and purposes are
the same as they have been from the
time of its organization-the industrial
development of the South and the ad.
yor vancement of its business and cod
has niercial welfare. Actually, they in,
ice clude a general plan of co-operation
between sections, by which the reso'ur
1 a ces of the South shall be brought into
Best full bearing by the aid of capital and
enterprise and immigration drawn
from the North. From this rterde
bar- pendency of interests must follow
om- closer commercial relations, the expan
slng sion of domestic trade and the im
provement and multiplication of means
be of transportation.
The delegates to the convention have
approached the work that they have
pew laid out for themselves in a spirit of
enthusiasm. For weeks the press of
the Sqt. .at;l t iiS city has labored
not- zealously to awaken the communities
his to which it addresses itself to 'the op
portunities this convention would
offer. How successful it has been the
are North American knows from the cor
,p dial praise that has been bestowed
the upon its special Southern editio4, both
in its home field of circulation and in
low the Southern States.
the The preliumary discussion of tbe pur
poses of the convention has not only
stimulated general interest. but it has
bat had a distinct educational value. Most
important of all, it has made the peo
on- ple of the South feel confident that
I at henceforth they will con)mand a most
attentive audience outside their own
lst borders when they describe the needs 1
of and advantages of their section of the
bat country. I
Never has a convention of the South
ern Industrial Association met under
rho brighter auspices. The United, States ,
ie is now enjoying the most remarkable
a- period of prosperity in its history. I
al Our commerce is expanding at home
rill and abroad. and there is every incen
tive to reach out in new directions.
The Soulth has shared in the general
hiA well-being within its present limita
tions, but its retarded growth and un
natural isolation have prevented it N
n-. front reaping the same measure of
benefits that have fallen to more fully
' developer regions. Now that the
3n South has been aroused to activity, it
h. presents its claims to ceeognition at a lei
most, opportune time. T'he rest of the Vi
country was never better prepared than &
ig : is now to render the South the as- eti
er sistance that it desires for the fulfil-, se'
is wment of its hopes. Di
The Banner.Demnocrat extends their an
thanks to Mr. S. B Kennedy for a copy
F of a booklet of poems entitled, "Mal
a vern Hill and Patriotic Poems," which
a were published in souve~qicr form for
the Mtemphis reuqion, *MAlvern Hill" nt0
portraya the experienes of a Southern
sol4ior who was*wounded at the Battle
e of Malvera Hill. The poem has re- 0
o reied sonm very nice compliments.
e The, Mempbis Commercial-Appeal. in A
I, a short oriticism of the poem, says:
n "Mr. Kennedy has written some stir
i riag poems and meut be. considered a a.
t ballardlst of a high order." The liter.
tary editor of the Memphis Soimiter,
also pays Mr. Kennedy a high compli
Mr. Kennedy has a few of the books
Sfor sale at 2Scts.
0 We take pleasure in copying below
L locals from the T'uskalooda Gazette 1
e and Tuskaloosa Sun of the progress be- a si
Sing made by Prof. W. F. Melton in his n
jcollege located at Tuskaloosa, Ala. hea
Prof. Melton is well known here as a liot
Spoeular gentleman and educator. He all
ma:rred Miss Ollie Keller, of our town, but
one of East. Ciarroll's sweetest and
D)r. W. F. Melton has already com
menced some valuable improvements
on the l'usaaloosa Female College Li
propety. A second floor is being dthe
added to the Music Hall. This will be Dist
used as a gymnasium and sewing day,
room. Hot air furnaces are to be put
in this buildiig which wiil materially T B
add to it.scomfort and convenience. (ieo
Dr. Melton is superintending this ch
work himself which is a guarantee that W
C it will be well done -Gazette. JW
S The T. F. C. recitation rooms are be
ing enlarged and the music hall is to hI
have second story for the Art, Gym. JS I
Sutlsim and Sewing departments. Li
i In addition to thius, all the buildiogs the I
are to be polnted nalg
: Tnstaloosa ha great cause to be uN
- Prond,sf the T. F. OC-Sun.
SMiss Addie Base, with her sister Juo
Miss qbecaca. after atteading the Con
L federate reunion at Mempjis, went on W1
taviskt their eusin, Mrs. W.F. Melton Lew
SI TTskalooa. Ala., and we take FB
pleasere in copying the foll·owing per- Lew
sonal from the papers of that city: at
MIss Eddle Bass is the guest of Mrs. Lit
W. F. Melton. Miss Bars taught for the a
eyersal "ears at the T. F. C., and is g
maieh admred .in this city.--SOn.
Miss Eddie Bass, accompanied by eo
her lttle sister, Mis Rebecca, of Lake Adat
Providence, La., is the guest of her Ezra
consin, Mrs. W. F. Melton. She is ll
Just from Memphis where she was one H L.
of the lovliest sponsors in the galaxy Joe i
of beauty gtthered 4here. Miss Bass IAuda
sp·et several years here at the T. F.hJ
Otlege arl I has a host of Tuaskaloosa eio
admirerts who ire delighted to see her 1 K
I7 Whein ine.-et of job printing sen4
to thse.BhPuer-DUuwN rat for it. Lake
at A Summer Trip, Unsurpassed on
y of The trip to Salt Lake City or the Pa
ther- cific Coast via Sait lake City by way
pore of the Rio GaArsn W mIan RAJLr,
sent- WAY in connection with the Denver
hila- and Rio Grande or Colorado Midland
ities roads sle the grandest is Amerie. No
i its European trip of equal length ean
ities compare with its granudeur of scenery
hiug or wealth of novel interest. Then Salt
The take City itself is a most qulant and
ions pictureeque place and well worth the
near journey to see its Mormon Temple,
;oon Tabernaole, Tithing Office and Chrch
bad Institailous; Its Hot and Warm Sul
rtph pher Springs within the city limits; its
H. delightful temperature, sunny climate
sent and its 'Grat Sall Lake-deader and
s re- denser than the Dead Sea in Palestine
aver -are but a few features of Salt Lake
be City's countles attractions. There are
pen. parks, drives, canyons asd beautiful
ates outline mouptains and lake resorts.
Imagine if you can, a bath in sahlt
can water a mile above sea level and in
rial water In which the human body cannot
sink. Inquire of your nearest ticket
oci- agent, for low tourist rates to Salt
har. Lake City or write for information
) and copy of "Salt Lake City-the City
the of the Stints", to Geo. W. Heintz, Gee
rial eral Passenger Agent, Salt Lake City.
°,q Y- I& MA. V RAILRO D.
lion Special Excursion Rates via The Y. &
ur- V. R. H. to the Pan-American Ex
l position at Buffalo, New York.
iwn For above occasion, the Y. & M. V
rde- Railroad wilt sell round tickets daily to
low October 31, final return limit Novem
ian- ber 3, 1901. Rate from Vicksburg,
an- $40.50 (Forty dollars,, fifty cents) .
ens Through sleeping car service fromMem
ave Leave Vicksburg at 11:30 p. m.. ar
ave rive Memphis 6:45 a. m. Leave Mem
of phis at 7 a. m ; arrive Buffalo at 10:30
of a. m., following day. (Thirty-five I
red hours from Vicksburg.
ties For further information and par
op- tculars, address the undersigned.
uld A. Q PEARCE, C. P. A.,
Ihe Vicksburg, Miss.
or- L. F. MONTGOMERY. T. P. A.,
ved Jackson, Miss.
in National Educational Association
Meeting, Detroit. Michigan.
nly July 6 to 12 1901.
has For the above occasion, the Queen &
ost Crescent Route will sell tickets to De
eo- troit. Mich., at rate of oue first class
iat fare for the round trip plus two dollars.
oat Dates of sale July 5th, 6th and 7th, S
tn with final limit to return July 16th. 9
nds 1901. By depositing tickets with Joint
the Agent on or before July 12th and on
payment of fee of fifty cents, an ex- t
th tension of,the final limit will be grant
ler ed ujtil September 1st, 1901, Inclu
le For further information and particu.
ry. lars, call upon any Q. &C. Agent, or,
ne R. W. BONDS, T. P. A.
°- Meridian, Miss.
.- QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE.
it National Convention Epworth League, el
of San Francisco, Cal., July 18-.21, f
be 1901. tc
it For the above occasion, New Or
a leans & Northeastern, Alabama &
e Vicksburg, and Vicksburg. Shreveport
&o Pacific Ry. will sell round trip tick.
g. ets to San Francisco at rate of forty
. seven dollars and fifty cents ($47.50).
Dates of sale July 6th to 13th, 1901.
For further particulars call upon
ir any Q. & C- Agent, or address.
SR.W. BONDS, T. P. A., -
y Meridian, Miss.
h rOLOSING OUT
Shirt Waists, at
and Summer Goods,
25 PER CE:NT
hess than Regular Price.
Didn't Marry for Money.
The Boston man, who lately married
a sickly rich young woman, is happy
now, for he got Dr. King's New Life
PIllse, wbhicb restored her to perfect
health. Infalliable for Jaundice, Bil
Iousnuese, Malaria, Fever and Ague and
all Liver andStomacb troubles. Gentle
but effective. Only 25c at Guenard
IList of grand jurore selected this the 7th D
day ,r .June. to serve for the six months of
the year 1101, and for the term of the 7th ing.
Dist rict Court, beginning on the first Mon- Exp
day, the lt day of July, 1901:
TB Davis 5 J G Pittman . 2
Geo uier 2 Geo. S. Owen f
T S Sitton 3 J A Brooks 3
Chas McAlpin 4 R L Hill 3
W N White 3 T J Powell 3
J W Pittman 3 Alber) Taylor 2 p
W B Keene 2 Leo Shields 1 iana,
J W Tooke.jr 3 J W Crump 4 provi
Chris: Mctlenis 3 alph Aly 4
3 S Mtlikiin 3 WH Moore 2 ra:
List ofpetit jurors drawn to serve .for that
the first week of the District Court begin- sonal
nlngon the first Monday. the Ist day of geth
July, 1901 :
C N Hall 3 Ben Green 2 in m
S. MBcCulloc 5 Morgan Warren 2 nin
Jno Boatner 4 F K Pittmnan
Robt Gamble 2 Simon Willis 2 them
Juo Wahlker E J Delony 8 make
Perry Washington 5 Urlas Cons 3 ment
WK Spurlock 3 Harrye ile 32 ma
OP ltamiton 3 Steve l'ullin 8
Lewis ElliJ Will Blanstield, 3
IJ avriffin, 2 Henry I)a( 3
F' B Davs 6 3Jlls billar 3 State
Lewis Mitchell 5 E F Guenard 3
Randel Wade 3 Calvin Dunn 5 C
MathewaRoblmeon . Ed Edwards 5 '
Listof petit jurors drawn to serve for By
the second week of the District Court, be- edby
gining on the second Monday, the 8th day or i
of July, 1901: s al
Will Collins 3 Ben Irvin 2 el a
Geoge Marksl 6 Ben Williams 8or
Adam 3reen I JT B aesm 1 Et
Ezra BraBdford 2 RiCbar4 M ]ey 1 S
Will-.lames a icard tlay 8 betw
Will illespi 1 W B Frost 8
H LJones 3 Zeke Beualda 8 bert
Joe Black 3 Claribe Ixron 1,
Andrew lames i John Eldrig .
(hs bion . Les tB 2 Chewsri
Jo Aerry 4 Pinknsey Boyct 2 lo T
ie, Washington,. i Win Mariow 1
N K Whbite 3 June Campbell 2 s
Alonua Davis 3 King Atlas 8.- T
Jake Marcus b Cbrts.Wisaherly 1I. ~
GEQ, F. BLACKBURN.
1 Lake Proi;d e rLa., 7th birle Jourt hr
.---e Frovdene~e.L.,June J,,.~uOI. , '
PMRASOf.LS 9R 5b .
Ya AND O
Iwy 4 UmRaLwa. 9k MaGe MMs BOYS
nd SHOW WINDOW DISPLAY OF THE LATEST
rch S 1O ES
Md MEN, LADIES, CFIIDIREN.
oul We have the Best Line of Colored; Shirts
made for Gentemen. Ask to see them.
;et We are he1adquarters for all kiili(s of
alt Summer Dress Goods. We handle. no
on second quality goods--nothing but
ty the best grade can be found in our
J. N. HiI GBro.
V ouaMDBwRaR 9 uNDBRWUAR
to FOR , PFOR L.DIB5' 9
m- iM meD BOYS oa MRRD CMILODRUM .
If you want a nice Flannel Coat and Vest for the
summer, call and see our line. We havo the only
complete stock in town. "
We also have a nice line of Ready Made, Suits,
in greys and stripes.
If you want to wear a good comfortabnd le,st for thest
e. shoo that is made, wear a pair of Brown Shoe Co's.
Shoes. We'guarantee every pair, and we are satisfied
they will give satisfaction. W e wouldn't handle
thmer, if the didn't. We haavve them to suit all--in
coisses, Ladies' ato Children.
We are the sole agents for M Born & Co., the
igading and largest Clothing House in the U. S.
They are oele rated for making fio e clotheing,
w. hich fits well, wlers a il of pleowase well, is
every particular. We have 200 samples to select
from, and we will take your easure woand guaran
tee a fit. Drop in and have your measure taken. Y
See our fnile Neckwear and Gent's furnishings.
J. J. POWERS, Pres. A.F.NIMTZ. Vice Prs. T. 0. BRIERLY, Secty. N
Vicksburg & Greenville Packet Co.,
Steamers BELLE OF THE BENDS, ANNIE N
LAURIE and RUTl
Steamer Belle ot the Bends leaves Vacksburg every Monday and Thursday
at 3 p. m.; returning, leavetts Greenville every Tuesday and Friday.
Steamer Annie Laurie leavaes Vicksburg every Wednesday and Saturday N
at 3 p1 m.; returning. leaves Greenville every Tuesday and.Sunday evening. N
First-class passenger and freight accommodations. Boats brilliantly lighted
throughout with electricity. Lights in every stateroom. Cusiae unsurpassed.
YANCEY BELL, Agent. vIC2
Deering Ideal Improved Mowers and Rakes. Steel roller and ball hear- Ipp
ing. Pnrts and Repairs kept on hand. High est award at Paris No.7t
Exposition.. .J. W. PITTMAN, or
Agt. for Lake Providence c
WILL SAVE YOU FREZGIIT.] and Adjacent Territory.
Parish of East Carroll. State of Louis
iana. June 1, 1901.-In accordance with the
provisions of section 21 of Act No. 196. ap
proved July 9. 1890. notice is hereby. given
to tax payers of the parish of East Carroll,
that the listing of property, real and per
sonal of said tax payers, is completed, to
gether with the valuation placed upon said
property, and that said list will be exposed
in my office for the term of 20 days, begin
ning June 10, 1901.
All tax payers are requested to avail
themselves of the opportunity afforded to
make known their objections to any assess
ment and to test their correctness in the
manner prescribed by law.
W. C. McRAE, Assessor.
State of Louisiana. Parish of East Carroll,
Ninth District Court.-No. 5i7.
C. A. Voelker et al., versus George
By virtue of a writ of FI Fa to me direct.
ed by the Honorable Ninth District Court
for the parish of East Carroll aforesaid. in
the above entitled cause. I will proceed to
sell at public auction, at the door of the
court house, in the town of Providence,
East Carroll parish, La., on
Saturday. the 29th day of June, 1901,
between the hours prescribed by law, all
the right, title and interest of George Ash
bridge in and to the following described
property, to-wit :
The entire stock of goods, wares, mer
chandise, store-fxtures and movables in
the Voelker store-house, on Lake street,
aeeording to the inventory on fiet in my
oie, seized In the above suit.
Terms of sale-cash with the beseid ot
J. W. DUNN, Sheriff.
Shriflr office, Provide , La.. June 13.
A Good Cough Medicine..
It speaks well for Cbamberlain's
Cough Remedy when druggists, use it
in their own families in preference to
asuy other" "I bave sold Chamber.
lain's Cough Remedy for the past
five years with complete satisfaction
to myself and customers," says Drug:
gist J. Goldsmith, Van Etteu, N. J.
"I have always used it in my on own
family both for ordinary coughs and
colds and for the cough following Is
grippe, and find It very efficacious."
For sale at J. S. Guenard's drug store.
ST. JAMES A. M. E. CHURCH.L
SUNDAY SEV CE8.
9.. m.-Sunday school.
11 a. m.-Preaching.
3 p. nm.-Class Meeting.
REV.J. L. ELBERP, P. C.
S. FULouM, S. S- SupL.
B. P. R. eggs, $1.00. per setting of
M. B. Turkey eggs, $1.00 per setting
GEO. S. OWEN,
GCss. ppia Plantation.
Pilcber's Point. La
FOR SALE.-A new Eagle conden.,
ser. Can be bought fIn, less than cost
Apply to R.:J, BURNEY,
" Lane ruyiltice,ýLfc,.
Lake and Levee Sts.,
Lake Pxro'idenoe, La.
GENTS' - FURNISHING - GOODS.
The Pinest Line of ClotJhin~ Ca(
Siecd in the City. *
Ladies' Dress Goods,
Hats, Caps, Boots and
and Hunting Coats.
Trunks, Valises and Had Bats.
CANNOT BE SURPASSED.,
Call on me Before Purohaping Elsewhere.
A. D. 8& S. SPENGLER, AGI r.,
.......... V O rrn a , M s ..........
8ash. Doors, Blinds. Stain-work, Interior Finish,
and AIIllullding Material.
Chpest Pie, in th. South. Write for prioe before probaull g ulhewhee
W. B. THOMPSON, P. L. MoCAT,
W. B. Thompson & Co.,
Cotton Factors & Commission Merchants
NO. 808 PERDIDO STREET,
New Orleans, Louislana.
Information for the
YAZOO & MIlSSISSIPPI VALLEy
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE NOON
JANUARY 28th, 1900.
No. 23-Leave Memphis 0900 a. m.
Arrive Vicksburg 7:00 p. m.
No. 5-L-eave Memphis 7:35 p. in.
Arrive Vicksburg 2:10 a. m.
No. 5-Leave Vicksburg 2:20 a. m.
Arrive New Orleans9:10 a. m.
No. 21-Leave Vicksburg 7:15 a. m.
Arrives.New Orleans 5:50 p. m.
No 24-Lesave Vicksburg 7:15 a, m,
Arrive Memphis 5:35 p. m.
No. 6-Leave New Orleans 4.00,p. m.
Arrive Vicksbuerg 11:25 p. m
No, 6-Leave Vicksburg 1130.p. m.
Arrive Memphis 6:30 a. m.
No. 22-Leave New Orleans8:40 a.m.
Arrive Vicksburg 7:05 p. m.
VICKSBURG AND GREENVILLE
Leave Vicksburg 4:20 p. m., arrive
at Greenville 8.20 p. m.
Leave Greenville 6 a. m.; arrive at
Vicksburg 10:00 a. m.
For further information apply to
A. Q. PEARCE.
C. P. & T. A.. Vicksburg. Miss
JNO A; SCOTT.
Div'n. Pass'r. Ag't. Memphis, Tenn.
For Sale or Exchange.
Homes for farmers, blacksmiths, mer
chants and others. Lots 66xl50 feet for
$50. Will also trade for horses, mules, I
cattle, corn or land,: Miles of levee for cat
tle to pasture on, a beautiful lake. store,
church and school. near by. House and
land at reasonable prices. All on Alpha
pladtation, eight miles from Lake Provi- C
dence. La., and three miles from the Missis
sippi river. Address.
DR. R. W. SHAY,
No. 7364i Magzine street. New Orleans. La.,
or C. t. EGELLY,
Lake Providence La.
CITY BARBER SHOP,
V .11. MAENr ............ Proprietor
at Popular Prices.
Agent for Memphis Steam Laundry.
is still in Business
and continues to handle the finest F
B ef, Pork and Mutton. L,
Your patronage is respectfully asked E
and satisfaction guaranteed.
,f Sh,,p right across the street
from the old Whittington Stable.
A Sprained Ankle Quickly Cured. di
"At 'one ine I suffered fcoSn a
severe sprain of the askle," says Geo.
E. Cary, editor of the Guide, Wash. J
ington. Va. "After using several well
reconmmeuded medicines without aUa.
oea*, I tried Chamberlait,'s Pain Bshl.
and am pleased to saY thas relief came
as stuc as I began its use and a com- W
plele cure sp'e.wjCly followed." SoJld at
i.uhattrdl' dr.g bLor.
Queen & Crescent
The Best Line
- IN THE-
r. 1io rth aud 1Eaut.
The Summer Tourist's- favorite
line via Lookout Mountain.
GEO. H. SMITH, G. P.' A,,
New Orleans, La.
R. J. ANDERSON. A. G. P. A..
New Orleans,. a.
R. W. BONDS. T. P. A.
Lake Providence La
Keeps on hand a large assortment of
Iurlal Caskelts, New Plai md Ora
mental Metallic Cases and Wooden
Coffins Made and Trimmed to Order
faurdl 1-8l- 11 t
!50 YEARS f
Anyone sendlna a sk c and bscrtato mra P
quntlky ascertain our opinion frewether np
nventirn tL pobabIrpatestae. Commonianº.
ions strictly o:ldental ndbookon atent
sent fre. (Oldest agency for eeMzlug zuta q
o'.Ltenta takeon thro, MuOn eo e.e
Arkpl anote, without adare. en the
Stclrflc imera, p
A handsomely Ihluteated wekly. LazrsLt el.
culatlon of a T ljent cerme. Terms.*
owr;lnormontbs,. J ol . lneo..Men
Memaphis ad Vioksbus
For Lake Pro deace, GreemflS,
Arkansas City and All Wpy N
Ed. Nowland, Jr...........Mststr
Joe Postal. ...............Clerk 6
W. R. Spann, Traveling Representative
e Iaves Memphis ever
Tuesday at 6b p. m. : 1
Will leave Memphis EVERY Ti e.
dav at 5 p. m. until further note. .
J. M. KENN EDTY, o
Lake Pro vidence, ' lt
WI! .PRACTICE IN .
ALL: THE G0CII..
-r PAN AMEfIICAN WXPOSITIOtt, ..
S Ruffal, New. York,.
Queen A ýersc;aent Rmte
..or lh :tNe tve ee'ngs,,n., the Queen,.
&. -~r.eni Hnt'. will sell li iketa at.
i l.r,, " tts , to HrfTlo :oIl retnrd frmlan
I 1po0its. 1!'4ateI uon its lines.
1'T Q & r o tTl'rs to its p:trlns gle
gInt pn;"nger searvi"e to lstfalao ,ot;
fat ccdules, S'icenery of the fint
es, in the hch.try.
For ptrticula:rc, ttll upon or addre"
B an y Q & C. Agent. or,
-I. W. BONDS. T. P. A.
A Terrible Elizplton
"Of a gasoline stove burned a lady
her,e frightfully," writes N E. Palmcne
of Kirkmani. IN, "The best doctors
ehuidn'tsl heal the running smore that
followed, t'ut Roucklen'l Arulie ea4tlr
entirely cured me." Intaliiasle fop
CutsI, C(orn, ~ores. Roiles, Bruises,
Skin,, I)iseaes and P'iles. 25cts at Gue
nards (drlg otorn
Stateot Losislasp. l'arishi ot East Catl 1.
Third Ward Jatstice Court.
S. Schwarts & Co. vs. 8. A. McNeal- -o.
. t3. J. 'Dornbusch Vs. S. A. .NeNeal
No. 1;74. J. DOnbuach vs. S. A. McNea
--No. 6i .,
Byv vIrtuie of a writ of' Fi Fa to me di
rected by thej-ulon. C. it, Egelly, Justice of
the Peace of the Thiat WarduJustice l;ourt
for theparlaj, <l Eas' Carroll aforesaid, In
the above entitled causs,'I will proceed to
sell at publip auction, at the door of the said
Third Justice Court (Fireman's Hall) in the
town of Providence, East Carrell parish,
Saturdsy, the 6th day of July, 1901.
tetweea tbe hours prescribed by law, all"
the right, title and Interest of S. A. McNeal
in and tQ the following described property.
One bay mare. and the entira' stock of
goods. wares. merchandise, stord-fixtures
and movibles, iron safe and contents, and,
books and accounts, In the storebbtlos on
Levee street occupied by esidS. A. McNeal
as a grocery store, according td the inven
tory on file in my olicee--selid in the above
Terms of sale-cash with the benefit ofr
W. H. HUNTEIR, Constable.
Constable's OliOte, Providence, La., June
2 2. 1901-3t.
Pm1lgation of aileOtio .
STATE O'' LOtjISIANA. PARISH t)F
Be it remembered, That we, the under
signed Board of Supervisors of Ele.dion for
the parish of East Carroll. did thi., day re
pair to the courthouse of said parish, for
the purpose of compiling the returns sent
in by the commissioners of election at the
polling.plaee in said parish and Town of
Providence. of an election held therein on
the 3rd day of June, 1901, for a Mayor, Se
cretary. Treasurer, Marshal and five Coun
cilmen agreeable to the laws of this State
and in pursuance of the proclamation of the
Mayor of the town of Providence and of te
Board of Supervisors of Election. and then
and thiere having arrived we proceeded in
the presence of Albert Vought, Jno. S.
Jenkins and. Clark N. Hall, witnesses
known and hereunto required. and quali
fied electors of this town, and .as many
others who.have cuosen to attend, to com
pile said returns. and have ascertained
from said compilation that the votes cast
at said polling place In this town at saht
election, for a Mayor. Secretary. Treasurer,.
Marshal pnd live Councilmen,. are as fol,.
lows, to-wi :
G. M Franklin, 68.
R. L. Hill. 1
D). F. Peck. i4.
1 W. A. Blount. Sr., 10.
W. H. Fisher, 64.
Yancey Bell, [;7,
J. W. Pittman. 59,
C. F. Davis. O9.
W. S. Maguire, 48.
N. trousse. fi.
C. R. Egelly, O3.
V. M. Purdy. 24.
And do hereby deelare the following per.
sons duly elected :
G. M. 1'ranklin. Mayor; D.'F. Peck, Mar
shal; Yancey Bell. Treasurer; WV. H. Fish
ert Secretary; J. W. Pittman, C. F. Davis,
W. S. Maguire. N. Fouse, C. R. Egelly, as
Councilmen. and having made public pro
clamation of the above results we have,
closed this present process verbal of. conh
plation of votes, which is made in trlpli.
clte, as required by law.
Town of Providence, parisfh 'of East Carl.
roll, thrie 4th day of June, 1901.
Signed in presence of Albert Vought5
Jno..J. Jenkins and C. N. Hall.
W. E. Dunn,
W. C. MeRase,
Jas. N. Tagner,
; Board of Supervisors for the parih of Baut
Sworn to and sublscrfibed before me,' the
undersigned authority, Ss 6th a d ofr "
June, 1901, .oO.GVO . BLACKBUir .
Clerk of Court sad ex-qfllee Notary Pabie.
STATE TAX SALES
The State of Louisiana, the Parish pt
Ealt Carroll. and the PFtfth Dlstriot
Levee Board vs. Delinquent Tar
By virtue of the authority vested in me
bry the Constitution and Laws ofthe State of
Louisiana. I will sell at the. principal bront
door of the Court House 'in which the
Civil District Court of said patash is held,
within the legal hours for judicial sales,.
beginning at II o'elock a. m., on
Saturday, July 6, 1901,
and contisuing on each succeeding das
until said sales are completed, all immovya.
blei Property on which taxes are now due.
to the State of Lobiliana. the Parisu o.
East Caroll, and the Fifth District Levee
Board to enforce collectioo of 'taxes.
assessed in the years 1808I. 1899and 1900, to
gether with the interest thereon from the
31st day of December. 1897., at the rate of
two per cent per month .util paid and all
The names of said deiMaqenttax-payers,;
the amount due by eachb On.the asesessment
of said year, and the lnunovable property
assessed to each to be otered for sale u:
L. L. WITKOWSKI. 80 acres; the
W I of NW k of Seo 62, T 22 N 12,.
Taxes 1898 ................ . 0 00.
Taxes 1899.i........... ..... 6 00
Taxes 1900 ............. 6 92.
On said dla of sale. I will sell sunch per
tions of said property as each debtor will
point out, and in case the debtor will not
point out sumcemnt property, wil at once.
and without further delay, seli the least
quantity of aUid proparty of any debtoF
which say bidder will buy for the amount
of the taxes. Interest and cost due by said.
debtor; the salewill be made wfthout ap.
pralsement for cash in lfatl teeder money.
of the United St5e.. aodthe property .0i4
shall be redeemable at my time. toq the
pace of one year. by paytag the price
given, with 90 per cent and costs sad pen
J. W. DUNJN
•eSz'ad Tax .pllector East UCarrnoll Par-.
Sheriff's o0h,. Provideane, J 1.
teLa, June 1;.
1PQ1·gL· · iS ~----,-,.m y I·~
NOTICE TO MORBTGO CORBDITOBS;
PARIEJH EAST CARBOLL,
Sherit sad Tax Colleetor's Offic, Par,
Ib of East Carroll. take Proldene, La.,
June 1, 1901.,--1 aecordmanee wi Seth e,.
which tax ,; or the years i8g?¶, l '2
nO have not be jptid. that wI l ei.
th ls of~ at ba CCour lieg.
-tamuvntre Oth y rof July, i0t,0
at a papO lIs oee f ermriy b la -"
leeputor to _0p. . The ,tts u,