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LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA.
JAMES N. TUIRNEL.
Pubishebr and Proprietor.
SUBSCRIPTION: $200 PER YEAR.
Saturday, July 20, 1901.
Fifth District Levee Board.
RezIltar meetlngb seconld Wpdnesdtaye
:,. .Ioiuary, April Juiy, and October, at
The owners of stock in Bolivar
county, Miss., have suffered more
thani any other part of that State
frmn charbon. It is reported that
over 500 mules alone have died from
charbl, in that county and that the
disease continues to spread.
The brutal and cowardly assassil
ation of two Italians and the wound
ing of a young boy last Friday night
at Erwin, in Washington county,
Miss., while tbey.were sleeping on
a gallery, was a dastardly outrage,
and the perpetrators of this double
murder, who are no doubt well
known to the citizens of that coun
ty, should be given the fullest ex
tent of the law.
The Confederate reuiion to take
plee at Baton Reuge on the 5th of
August, will be on a large and
magnificent suple.. There will be a
Wild West sbow, military parade
and other attractions for the beefit
of the visitors. The citizens ' of
Baton Rouge never do anything
shoddy when it comes to entertaining
their guests, and those who attend
can he assured of receiving a hearty
and loyal welcome,
Kansas will suffer more that anay
other State from the drouth that
has prevailed. The hot,east windp
have burned up the crops. It is
said the prospects now are only for
a crop of 50,000,000 bushels of
corn. Last years' crop was 163,.
000,000, and the previous year
277,000,000. The loss of bay and
potatoes is also great. It is esti
mated that Kansas and Missouri
have lost more than $50,000,000 by
the drouth. With a failure of the
corn crop throughout the South,
which is almost as bad as it is in
Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and
other Northen States, the price of
corn will go up out of eight, and
the Southern farmers will be' the
The Democrats of Ohio, in, their
State convention held at Columbus
last week, were very hard on Mr.
Bryan and free silver. It is. now
said that the silver wing of the
Democratic party of that State
will resent the insult, as they say,
was offered Bryan, and put up a
ticket for the sole purpose of
defeating the majority and who
are the regular nominees. Mr.
Bryan has twice been de.
teated for the highest otice in the
gift of the people, and he should re
tire to its ranks. Will be do this
is a question, or will he help it to
defeat because his personal whim is
not respected? We believe he will;
and that he will be against the next
Democratie nominee for President
if he is not a free silver man and the
platform does not embrace the free
The Illinois Central Railroad has
abhanioned its great work of build
ing immense wharves aadgrain ele
vators for handling its increasin4
basinese along. thec river frot (t
New Orlesas. Thi' gre railroad
corporation is reeponusible for mutb
of the rapid growth of that city
and where it has invested milliot~t
of dUllars, and the city councdl
should have willingly given thei
franchises asked for and not have
been so blind to its interests to havte
re~jected their proposition. As it is
the railroad emapany will abandaon
New Orleans as far'as possible and
bild tais wbates; warehottes, graln
elevatores and everything else possi.
ble that will injure that city to its
land at Haritrahan, ten or twelve
miles abort. Every paper in the
eity favored the franchise except
The Msrkoville ,,Review.ltade"'
says "the man who is always preach.
ig oltristianity and carries his re.
ligion on the l'pel of lis coat will
bear olose tatohbtlag. Re ha. more
frequent chiUmioation wth the
evil spiritthan with his God. He
qaotqs the ,den rate on all :coa.
aloo..bat a: it is a met month
operatioo It its easy to perform and
-~teely at EI le seae stret-
tiDng loend. awt prom ineatly on
Q ,oegig "aplrased with
Sidea that t pl ordphprp, he
~b~br~ bad ib ~~~
THE OHIO DEMOCRACY.
, he Daily States o
comefnti 1upon a c
vention at Co bus. o, says:
The e (onve et ;he Ohio
Dent oc w1ch clos34ts isboro yes
terda Irnishe4 a t eful'-ridicttj
of returning party tunity. There was
a tight between McLean and Johnson
for control of the convention, but the
result was a compromise by which the
party was .enwnllted c(oser together
and radicalism etfectually checked. It
was hiipful. furthermore. in that the
platform adopted dealt with present
living issues, broke loose from the
tyranny of bossistu and turned its face
to the rising rather than the setting
suni. Tariff reform, which must be the
iaramount issue of the next Democrat
s catlmpaign. was strongly endorsedl,
trusts and monotpolies were denounced
ind manly other sound Democratic
trineiples were announced with em
iiasis and enthuiasiu.
The most notable feature of the con
' t.i in was its refusal, by an over
vheluming vote, to give its endorsement
. the heresies of the Chicago and Kau
4is City platform. and its rejection of
motion of endorsement of Mr. Bryan.
n past. campaigns the factions now
epreented by Joihnson and McLean
iave been enthusiastic supporters of
Ilr. Bryan, and this summary and em
jhatic rejection of the late leader in
he house of his friends shows the trend
tf Democratic thought throughout Ohio
nad the nation. The most favorable
)pportunity which has ever been pre
ented to the party to get together and
:ompose all differences, was offered at
be Kansas City convention. The
~at heart of the Democracy through.
)ut the nation palpitated with anxiety
while watching the deliberations of that
great convention, and these same hearts
n multiplied thousands of bosoms saenk
Like lead at the final result. With thbe
imperiousness of a Central American
dictator Mr. Bryan traipples upon the
only hope of harmony and of victory
when he foolishly demanded a reanfirm
ation of the Chicago platform; iand
every conservative Democrat through
out the nation recogntzed that the
party had sacrificed success at the polls
in order to gratify the insane whims of
Thh rest of the story need not be told
here. further than to say that William
Jennings Bryan and his ambition were
at that time, and are yet, the sole ob
stacles in the path of Democratic unity
and Democratic success. The States is
perfectly aware that in saying this it is
touching an exceedingly raw spot in
many quarters. There are many
thousands of Democrats whose ardent
acceptance of the Chicago monstrosity
in 1896 makes it an exceedingly pain.
ful task to them to acknowledge what
their inmost hearts tell them was an
error; and many of these will not
readily forgive the faithful physician
sven though his laying bare of the
liseased part means to heal it. But
because the patient may wince and
even writhe the surgeon must not delay
uis necessary duty, because the healing
if the nation depends upon the effi.
tienoy of his operation. The Ohio con
rentions have heretofore been among
he wildest protagonists of the ignus
atui in economics proclaimed to the
world oy the Chicago convention of
.896. its deliberate action of yester
lay ref using to again assmine reslpon.
ibility for keeping alive the mistakes
if the past is the most signuiicant sym
onm of the pronounced change of the
ide of Democratic sentiment that has
Mr Bryan has had his opportunity
nd the has signally failed to rise to the
ituation in a great crisis. Twice have
be Democrats of the United States
rdlowed his banners which brought
efeat to all and humiliation to many
lOUanuds, who rejecting his vagaries.
till clung to their dismantled party
ut of more loyalty to its ancient and
ternal principles. No loftier exhibi
on of loyalty and devotion to party
js ever been seen than was furnished
y the many thousands of Democrats,
'ood and true, who in every State fol
,wed, sadly mayhap, but nevertheless
bey followed loyally, a leader whose
ands had smashed the idols of the
arty, whose influence had substituted
be ancient principles and traditions of
ae Democracy with the fads and vaga
ies of the Commune, and whose per
inal tyranny was a constant humilia
ion to them. And they followed him
brough two desperate campaigns of
lly and madness down to what ther
new to be foreordained defeat,'sim~tly
ecause the supreme authority of the
arty in a moment of frenzy had placed
be banners of the party in his hands.
hey went down to annihilation as
ravelv as the Cameronians of Scot
mid, or the Chri fa~ay.atfRome. bowed
str sead. 0 the bhlditda the~toedy
Ag-lirttonen; ,they spbmt~te~,with a
in~l to AlLe prsonal deda~tilj which
wayel and dominated their'pm'ty un
1i patience was no longer a virtue anad
ubmission became slavery. The la
st edict that went forth from Lincoln
ummanding obedience to the will of
oe despot. was not just what men who
ad disinterestedly followed a leader
ad a right to expect, and it is not sur
risimn that it should have brought re
ntfuil'nes~ into the hearts of many who
sturally feel that Mr. Bryan owes the
emocratice party a vast deal more than
.0 Democratic party owes Mr. Bryan.
ue great masses do not concede the
gnht of any one man to do the thinking
)r the whole body of the party, and
iore particularly when. as in the pres
at instance, the result of this one
an power has been already so disas
ous to the party. For tire years the
ewoc-atic party and the Democratic
iasses have served Mr. Bryan, and
iey have done so faithfully and as few
ten before him have been served.
he time has now arrived when there
lust be a reversal of this relationship,
nd Mr. Bryan must serve the party.
Andt while this is the case there is no
ecasion for harshness in judging the
ste leader. What he is, and what he
as done, are simply the results of the
work of the D) emoci-atic pnrty itself
ir. Bryan is simply the crystalization
f the wild spirit which dominated the
o·'ention of 1896. They wanted
uch a man to lead the motely host that
illied around the banner with a
trange derice which that convention
Irected in Its camp. and lo! they found
man ready made to their taste. He
nade as much of lhat campaign as
nortal man could have made out of
uch incongruous factors. He rwas em
bhatically the luroduct of that strange
eritnd of pol~tical dementia and mad
iess whict ~blmiuated in the Chicago
onventist and its desperate challenge
lung in the face of the reason and judg
-intel civilized sbciety. Mr. Bryan
eted well the part which these condi
lioans demanded of him, antd ins was
he, only hand which could bold in
least theo hbor of Adullamites who bad
brot#h into the ranks f the L)emocrat
Butt that dreadftil period of political
mightmnaue his passed away, aHI4 with
it, 'Al eircitsi for the continuation. of
-e'h leatdershtp. the vagaries of those
wild days have alendy Ce-d the party
much and the duty before us now is to
leave the mistakes of the past behind
us, sad abape..our course to meet in.
taut 3t1tD6. 'e matt reatbEe,
still viher. viide.oar forces,
polt e~sitag$dd of tie
old birireed t bringing all
til of the party to some common
ronua upes wbletl. all can stead.
Mr. Bryan can assist i: this if he will;
but he cannot do so as the dictator
whose will is law and to disobey, which
means excommunication. A wiser
than Solomon said: "He that would
be greatest among you let him be ser.
vent of all." Mr. Bryan can serve the
party which has so highly honored
hint by being conciliatory and ready to
subordinate all to the party's good; but
he can never again hope to dominate
the party and dictate its platforms as
be once was accustomed to do.
REGULAR MEETING OF FWTIi
Delta, La., Wednesday, July 10,1901.
The Board of Commissioners for the
fifth Louisiana levee district met in
regular session at Delta, La.. this day.
There were present: J. T. MeClellan,
'president; W.H. Ward, Madison parish;
W. H. Benjamen, E. J. Hamley. East
Carroll parish; G. C. Goldman, Tensas
parish; B. B. Parham, J. II. Lambdin,
Concordia parish; A. T. Lane, secre
Absent:.-,C. C. Cordilt, of Tensas par
A quorum being present, the board
proceeded to business as follows:
On motion of Mr. Goldman, reading
of minutes of previous meeting was
Reports of the president and secre
tary were received, read and ordered
Bill of E. L. Collins & Co., amount
ing to $13 for cotton tax paid by error,
was presented. and on motion of Mr.
Goldman, allowed and ordered paid.
Bill of estate of J G. Lucas for taxes
paid by error amounting to $13.20.
was, on motion of Mr. Ward, allowed
and ordered paid.
On motion of Mr. Parham, the fol
lowing resolution was unanimously
adopted, to-wit :
Be it resolved, That the location of
the line of all new levees and of all re
pairs of old levees heretofore made or
erected, or which may hereafter be
made or erected, within the limits of
the tifth Louisiana levee district, by or
under the authority of the Mississippi
river commission, the United States
engineers, the board of State engineers
for the State of Louisiana, or this board
or its president, be and the same ,is
hereby ratified, approved and con
firmed by this board as fully and com
pletely as It the same bad been laid out
and confirmed in advance by specific
resolution of this board;
Be it further resolved. That the
president of this board is hereby au
thorized to remove any and all ob.
structions in the way of making of re
pairs and construction of any such
works hereafter done, and made under
the above authority; and in carrying
out said duties he is authorized to em
ploy counsel, to make and sign bonds,
and to do any and all things necessary
in his discretion in the exercise of such
Be it further resolved. That all the
actions of the president of this board
heretofore done in removing obstruct
ions to levee building and repairing,
are hereby specifically approved and
On motion of Mr. Parham the fol
lowing resolution was adopted:
Resolved, That the president of this
board and Commissioners W. H. Ward
and E. J. Hamley and Maj. H1. B,
Richardson, chief state engineer, be
appointed as delegates to the coming
session of the Trans-Mississippi Comn
mercial Congress, which will convene
at Cripple Creek, Col., on July 16,
1901; their expenses to be paid by this
On motion, the board adjourned to
date of next regular meeting, second
Wednesday of October. 1901.
J. T. M'CLELLAN, President.
A. T. LANE, Secretary.
DEATh OF MR. A. G. CHAffE.
[Webster Signal, July 12. 1901.1
Mr. Arthur G. Chbaffe died suddenly
in Shreveport last Wednesday night.
The remains were brought to Minden
Thursday evening for burial. The
funeral services were held at St.
John's Episeopal church and were
conducted by Dr. Joseph Spearing, of
Shreveport, the interment taking
place iu the Minden cemetery. The
news of his death caused wide-spread
sorrow throughout the community
and the funeral servlces were attend
ed by a large concourse of sorrowing
relatives and sympathetic friends.
Mr. Chaffe was one of Mioden's in
fluential business men, and at the time
of his dealh was connected with the
Bank ot Miuden and was also clerk of
the Police Jury. He leaves a devoted
wife and three little girls to mourn his
He was a worthy citizen, a man de
voted to his family, loyal to his friends
and it is sad to see such a man sod
deulv stricken by the grim reaper
while iu the midat of an honorable
and useful career, with everything to
indacaf 3s long life of happiieos and
prosperity. The uncertainty of hu
man life, with its aspirations, hopes
and busy affklirs, is strikingly illuostra
trated and emphasized in the unex
pected taking off of this comparatively
Tulane Unioersitj of
N sr OnL~Ar.r.
E. A. ALDERMAN, LL.D.. President.
Full course in Languages, Sciences,
Engineering, Law, Medicine. Four
new chairs established for next session.
Tulane makes leaders in all vocations.
Its facilities for instruction in En
gineering are unsurpassed. Unerx
celled opportunities for the study of
Sugar Chemestry. Many scholarships
in the academic department. Board
and accommodation at lowest rate. No
worthy boy, if needy. shall be turned
away from its doors.
Next Session begins October 1st.
Send for Catalogue.
R. K. BRUFF, Secretary.
When you want a modern, up-to
date phalc, try Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablete. They are easy to
take and pleasant in effect. Price 25
cents. Sample. free at Guenard's
To the Memtobere and Churches eomposing
the North Louisiana .Baptist Assci
auoI of the Ninth Associational Di~
You are hereby notified that the North
Louisiana Baptist Association of the Ninth
Assoctational District will oonvene in the
town ofT Vidalia, La.. ou August 6th, 1901,
to collect annunal fees from its members,
and to elect the Executive Board for the in
suniag term and to transact such busimess as
may come belore it.
This meeting will be very important and
you are urgently requestted to attend.
8. G. GUALTIER. Presdent.
A. M. GRISN. 8.cretwry.
Lake Providt·nce La.. July3, 1901,-41.,
soL s --. _ C.. rRmw T ,
rTis Store S1Ti Goods
As Loue as can, rather than
as High as it might.
We announce to the trade that me are
just in receipt of a .
LARGE STOCK OP
Hamilton-Brown Shoe Co., Shoes,
THE BEST SHOE MADE ?
WE HAVE ALL. STYLES.
WE ARE MAKING .A CUT ON
ALL SUMMER DRESS GOODS.
J. N. Hill Bro.
: URDERWaR !P URDSRWBAR
FOR , ý FOR LADIi,,
MUM MNnD BOYS ý t ANDCMILDRMR S
' @@ @@@eM ILLIKIN'S.
SUMMER SALE AT
'TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR F·LLSTOC K
WHICH MAS JUST BEEN BOUGHT
We have determined to reduce all
BOOTS AND SHOES,
FROM 10 TO 25 PER CENT.
We have to make room and this Is the way to do It.
CALL AND GET A DELIMNEATOR OR AUGUST. IT IS
MORE COMPLET TMAN EVER.
See us for everything In the Hne or
Connected by Cumberland ree .
and fousse 'Phones. Delivery.@
MI LLI K I W'S.S9-1~9@@3 .@@
J.J, POWERS, Pres. A. F. NIMTZ.YVice Pres. T. G. BRIERLY, Soctl,
/cksburg & Greenville Packet Co.,
SSteamers BELLE OP THE BENDS, ANNIE
LAURIE and RUTH
Steamer Belle of the Bends leaves Vicksburg every Monday and Thursday
t 3 p. m.; returning, leaves Greenville every Tuesday andFriday.
teamer Annie Laurie leaves Vicksburg every Wednesday and Saturday
t 3 p. m.; returning. leaves Greenville every 'Tuesday and Sunday evening,
First-class passenger and freight accommodationas. Boate brilliantly lighted
iroughout with electricity. Lights in every stateroom. Cusie upsurpassed.
YANCEY BELL, Agent.
Daering Ideal Improved Mowers and Rakes. Steel roller and ball bear,
2g. Parts and Repairs kept on hand. Itghest award at Paris
xposition. J. W. PITTMAN,
Agt. for Lake Providence
WILL SAVE YOU FREIGHT.] and Adjacent Territory.
The listing of property within the cor
porate limits of the Town of Providence
has been completed, and is now open for
inspection and correction at the office of
the Assessor, in the Opera House building.
W. C. McRAE, Assessor.
W. H. FISHER,
Secretary Board of Councilmen.
Lake Providence, La., July 18, 1901.
Rt4 ORDIN tNCE.
An ordinance relative to establishing Fer
ries, license, lease out, regulate and
control same and landing thereot with
in the corporate limits:
Be it ordained by the Mayor and Board of
Councilmen of the Town of Providence.
That under the authority and in accord
ance with the provisions of Sention 43 of
Act No. 136 6f the Acts of 1898 of the G en
eral Assembly of this State. the charter of
said town odProvideaoe (it being Act No.
88 of the Acts of 1876 of the General As
sembly of this State) be amended, so that
in additone to the powers now conferred
upon and exercised by said town of Provi
dence, it shall have sole and exclusive
power and authority to establish, license,
lease out, regulate and control all ferries
and the landing thereof within the corpor
ate limits;and especially ferries across thal
Adopted July 8. 1901.
(0. M. FRAKLc. Mayor.
W. H. FISHER, Secretary.
Get our prices on job printing. Wei
de first class work.
A Poor Millionaire.
Lately starved in London becausm
he could not digest his food. Eart
use of Dr. King's New Life Pills wonl1
have saved him. They strengthen the
stomach, aid digestion, promote as
similation, improve appetite. Price
25c. Money back if not satisfied
Sold by J. S. Guenard, druggist.
She Didn't Wear A Mask.
But her beauty was completely
hidden by sores, blotches and pimple
till she used Bucklen's Arnica Salve
Then they vanished as will all Erup
tions, Fever Sores, Boile, Ulcers, Car
beneles and Felons from its use. In
fallible for Cuts, Corns, Burns, Scaldh
and Piles. Cure guaranteed. 25ct
at Guenard's drug store.
Taken up by Adam Brown in new gro tm
of Panols plantation. a 'light sorrel pony
1334 or 14 hands high. 1Horse was sick whoe
taken up. Owner can have same b'
proving property, paying advertisemen
and expeose. Call on
Bbnch's Bend. Paaola, ta.
juane t.. .
Lake Proridehoe, La.
GENTS' - FURISHING - GOODS
The Finest Line of Clothing Car
S .ried in the City. g
Ladies' Dress Goods,.
Hats, Caps, Boots and
and Hunting Coats.
Tranks, Valises and Hand Bags,
CANNOT BE SURPASSED.
Call on me Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
****..I.I.II.I IUI. . U.I.iOI@..
A. D. & S. SPENGLER, AGTS.,
.......... VICHSBURG, MINIIS..........
SBash, Doors, Blinds, Stain-work, Interior Finish,
and All Bullding Material.
Oheepem Pee. in the SBoutb Write for prioa before purbmtiug eiewb.,
W. B. THOMPSON. P. L. McOAT.
W. B. Thompson & Co.,
Cotton Factors & Commission Merchants
No. Sos PERoDOt fTYRsT,
New Orleans, : - Loulsiana.
Information for the
YAZOO & MISSISSIPPI VALLEY
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE NOON
JANUARY 28th. 1900.
No. 23-Leave Memphis 9.00 a. m.
Arrive Vioksburg 7:00 p. m.
No. 5-Leave Memphis-7:36 p. m.
Arrive Vicksburg 2:10 a. m.
No. 5-Leave Vicksburg 2:20 a. i.
Arrive New Orleans 9:10 a. m.
No. 21-Leave Vicksburg 7:15 a. mi
Arrives New Orleans 6:60. p. m.
No 24-Leave Vicksburg 7:15 a. m.
Arrive Memphis 5:35 p. m.
No. 6--Leave New Orleans 400 p. im.
Arrive Vicksburg 11:25 p. ·.
No, 6-Leave Vicksburg l13a0 p. m.
Arrive Memphis 6:30 a. m.
No. 22-Leave New Orleans 8:40 a.m.
Arrive Vicksburg 7:05p. m.
VICKSBURG AND GREENVILLE
Leave Vicksburg 4:20 p. m.. arrive
at Greenville 8:20 p. m.
Leave Greenville 6 a. m.; arr1ve 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, Tean.
OT Y BAB3ER S OO,
- Lake Street,
W .H. MABm N ............ Proprietor
. at Popular Prices.
Agent for Memphis Steam Laundry,
Q. &. C. ROUTE
SUMMER TO,URIST TICKETS
From Vicksburg, Miss.
MOUNTAINS, LAKES, AND SEA
Tickets on sale until September 30.
good to return till October 31, 1901.
via Queen & Crescent Route. Through
sleepers and dining cars, fast time and
Ashville. N. C ................ .. $27 05
Basic, Vs .................... 38 25
Bedford, Va ..................... . 60
Blue Ridge, Va .....5.. 3 20
Buffalo Lithia Springs, Va............ 38 45
Charlottesville, Va .................. 8825
Chicago, Ill ....................... 26 10
Cincinnati, O ...........0.. 26 00
Farmville. Va ... .............. 37 45
glade Springs, Va ................. `n a
Lookout Mountain, Tenn.......... 2280
Louisville. Ky ............. .... 235
Monteagle, Tenn..... ........... s80
Niagara Palls, N. Y ............. 4 ; 1
Norfork, Va...................... 4200
Old Point Comfort, Va ............... 4200
Put.in-H ay. 0........................ 34 85
Rbanoke, Va ........................ 3365
St. Louis. Mo.... ..... ................ 2400
Staunton, Va ....................... 8I 5
Waukesha, Wiss. ................... 880
White Sulphur Springs, W. Va...... s8 25
Wayneeville. N. C ............... 28 20
And to points innumerable. Rates quot
ed to all points on application to
F. M. DONOHOE. C. P. & T. A.,
(inO. H. SMITH, R. J. ANDRSsoVi.
G. P. A., New Orleans, A. G. P. A.
B. P. R. eggs. $1.00 per setting of
M. B. Turkey eggs, $2.00 per setting
GEO. S. OWEN,
Pi c . I'a uitit, La
Queen & Crescent
The Best Line
rozatith acdt -asset
The Smrmer TolerTt's fMirtetl
lite rip Lookout Mounaa.ut
, GEO. Ii. SMITiO. P. A.
Newr ° i rle a .'
RJ. ANDERSONiA; A.Ga P. &'
- - Nw iO sa. W.
R. LW. BONDS. T. P, A..,
1JoUR WI ,EiS
Lake Providence - L1
Keeps on hand a large aseortnaeat of
Budal WiC isN, w, 'tWa aid Orn
mental MetailikCames and Wooden
Coffins .Made @ad .Trimmed to Order
ST. JAMES A. M. E. CHURCH.
9 a. m.-Sundav school.
11 a. m.-Preaching.
3 p. m.-Class Meeting.
8 p. m.-l'reaching.
REV. J. L. ELBERT, P. C.
S. FULGUM, 8. S- Supt.
J. M. KENN EDY,
Lake Pro vidence, La.
WILL PRACTICE IN
ALL THE COURTS
.Memphis and Vioksburg
For Lake Providence. Greenville,
A'rkansas City and All Way
Ed. Nowland, Jr............Master
Joe Postal, ......... ........ Clerk
W. R. Spann. Travellng Representative
Leaves Memphis every
Tuesday at 6 p. asm.
WIll leave Mtmphis EVERY Tse
day at 5 p. m. until further notice.
a-We do all kinds of Job work,
and at reasonable prices.
FOR SALJE.-A new Eagle conden.
ser. Can be bought for less than cost
Apply to I. J. BURNEY
Lake Providence, La.
PAN AMWItCAN. FXPOSITIO' "
Bulto, New York,.
Quteen & Crescent Route.
For the alove oee, sion. the Queen.
& Cresent Route. will yell tickets at
low rates to Bifla';t an retur n' froml
points locatedl oni its lines.
The Q & C. offers to its patrons ele
aut passenuger scrvi+'e to liutl'alo on
fast scnedules. tien cry of the fin
est in the clontrv.
For particulars, call upon or addlress
any Q & C. AXp'et. or.
K. W. BONDS. 'IT. P. A.
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White Man Turned Yellow.
Great cousternationl was tellt b the
friends of M1. A loe-arty of Lexinti
ton, Ky., when they saw he was turn
ing yellow. Ili' kin sloe ly changed
color, also his eve*, and he suffered
terribly. His malady was Yellow
,Iaundice. lie was treated by the best
doctors, but without benefit. Then he
was advised to try Electrie Bitters, the
wonderful Stomach and Liver remedy,
and he write,: "After taking two
bottles I was wholly cured." A trial
proves its matchless merit for all
Stomach, Liver andt Kidney troubles,
Only 50c. Sold by J. S. GOenard.
SPECIAL SUMMIER TOURIST RATES
VIA Y. & M. V. R. R.
Tickets sold daily until September 30.
Final return limit, October
Montreal, Canada................... .58 10
Port Caiborne, Canada .............. 40 50
St. Catherines. Canada .............. 40 )
Toronto, Canada ................... 4485
Colorado Springs, Col........... . t 095
Denver. Colt ............. ...... 48 95
Pueblo. .ol ..................... 4895
Chicago, Ill .. ..................... 26 10
French Lick, [ad .................... 27
West Bsdeal. Ind .......... ....... 27 25
Dawson Springs, Ky ............. 17 90
Louisville, Ky..... ..........,.,. 23 23
ieerft~5 r Md ........... ... . . 8875
Battle Creek. Mich............... . 39 51
Marquette. Mich ................... 4835
Mt. Clemens, Mich ...................... 37 60
Minneapolis. Mino...... ............ 460
St. Paul. Minn .................... 4650
Bay St. Louis. Miss .................. 115
Biloxt. Miss ................. .... 13 30
Pass Christia. Miss............ ... 12 44)
St. Louis, Mo.................... 4 00
Buffalo, N. Y ...................400
Jamestown, N. Y.................... 4 50
Sewanee. Tenn ......................22 Rso
Monteagle. Tenn .................. 22 0
Salt Lake. Utah ...................... 4 74 0
Ogden. Utah .................... . 74 0
Old l oint. Va ...t..................... 42
Norfork. Va ........................ 42 00
Warrenton. Va .. ............... 43 21
Harpers 'erry, W. V. .............. 4255
Waukesha. \Vis .... ............... 1 !)
Waupaca, Wi ............... 3 00)
Special rates to various other points.
For information, etc.. write or call on
A. Q. PEARC'E. C. P. & T. A.. Vicks
L. F. MONTGOMERY. T. P. A..
A Good Cough Medicine.
Many thousands have beetn restored
to health and happitness by the use of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. If
ariticted with any throat or lung trou
ble, give it a trial for it is certain to
prove beneficial. Coughs that have
resisted all other treatment for years,
have yielded to this remedy and per
fect health been restored. Cases that
seemed hopeless. that the climate of
famous health resorts failed to benefit,
have been permanently cured by its
usd: For sale it J. S. Guenard's drug
INTERNATIOI4NAL OONVIBNTION B.
Y. R. U. OF AfIERICA,
Chicago, IIL., July 25, 28, 1901.
Queen & Crescent Route.
For above occasion. Q. & C. Route
will sell round trip tickets to Chicago,
'via Lookout Mountain, Chattanooga
aid.Cincinnati or Meridian and M. &A
d . RU at rate of one- fare for the
rotndd tirlp. Dates of sale July 22nd,.
2St anr d 24th, final limit July 31st,
1901. By depositing tickets with.
Joint Agent. Chicago, between July
26th and 80th, an extension of the
Updi limit to August 24th, 1901, will
It W. BONDS. T. P. A..
A ORhira BOUTE.
I ,,l I : .1 ·
a*tioe~it.Umtetion Bpworth Lague,...
: 8 Pen aaolaeo., Cal., July 18.21,
C -' 1901.
:" *b the abqye occasion. New Odr
leans & Northeastera. Alabapna &
etg to S$l raincipeo at rate. of fPrty
seven dollars and liy p. (j47.~~4).
bates of sale Jpby 6th to 18, p1901.
'For fir iet partleun ~seali npom
any Q. A C" A t or Tdres.
R. W. BOiiSON, T, P.-A..
It Dasalee The WorM.
No Discovory In mnedicine . bh ever
creaied one quartev of Sb.e eitetanpt
that h bee&n capsed biy Dr. King's
iNew Discovery for Consumption. Lts
svereate test have been on hopeles.
victims of Consumption, Pneumonia,
Hemorrhage, Pleurisy and Bronchitis,
thousands of whom it has restored to
perfect health. For Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Croup, Hay Fever, Hoarse
ness and Whooping Cough it is the
quickeet, surest core in the world. It
I. sold by J. S. Gouenard who guaran
tee satisfactlon or refund money..
Lage bottles 50c and $1.00. Trial
A~hnaul Meeting Grand LodgeB. P.O.
Elks, Milwaukee, Wis.,
July 23 to 25. 1901, via
Queen and Crescent Route.
For above occasion, the Queen and Cres
cent Route will sell round trip tickets to
Milwaukee at rate of regular first class fare
for the round trip plugs two dollars. Dates
sale July 20th, 21st and 22nd, final limit
July 28th. 1901. with privilege of extension
until August 10th, 1901.
Ii. W. BOND)S, T. P. A..
National Grand Temple, Mosaic Templars
of America. Birmingham, Ala.. July
80th to August 4th, 1901.
For above occasion. Queen and Crescent
Route will sell round trip tickets to Bir.
mtungha, Ala., at rate of one are for the
round trip. Dates of sale July 28th, 9gth
and 30th, with final limit August 6th, 1901,
inclusive. B. W. BONDS. T. P. A.,
Triennlal Conclave Knights Templar, Lou
isville, Ky., August 23 to 30.i 1901
via Queen and Crescent Route.
For aboveoccasion, Queen and Crescent
•ouse will sell round trip tickets to Louisi
ville at rate oftone fiare for the round trip,
Dates dlf sale, August 24, 25, 26. 27 and 28,
with flial limit September 3, 1901. By de
posittaing tickets with Joint Agent at Loul~ei.
ville between August 28 and September 2,
an extaension ol the final limit to Septem.-
her 18, 1901, will be accorded. Arrng.
ments will be made for side trip ticlket. to
be sold from Louisville, Kr., withla a
dinus of five hundred and Ilty miles th
at rate of one lrntel cass fI l for t 90a4
trip. selllng Angusu 28 to September m, hi.
The sale of alde trip titckets to be restrtea -
to oritinal owners oh Knights Templhrcoo..
clave tickets. Round trip rate to Iol.
vlle account this occasuon open to all.
i. W. BONDs, T. P. A.,