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PUBLISHED EVEB.Y SATURDAY AT
LAKE PROVLDENCE. LA.
Publisher and Proprietor.
SUBSCKl'TION: 9200 PECR YEAR.
Satuay, August 17, 1901.
Fifth District Levee Board.
Reguiar meetings second Wednesday's
r .Jlausry. April July, sad October, at
How to Pay for the New Court
houe Without Increasing the
Present Rate of Taxation.
As will be seen from the notice ot
election in another eolutmn, a special
election has been ordered for Sep
tember 10, 1901, to vote on the pro
position to issue bonds and levy a
special tax for the new courthouse.
The proposition is to issue five
per cent bonds for $10,500, matur
ing in seven years, five bonds to be
redeemed each year after 1902 until
1909 and three bonds to be re
deemed in 1909, with the option to
redeem more of said bonds in any
year after 1902. and to levy a
special tax of 24 mills to pay the
principal and interest of said bonds.
Assumini that no more bonds
will be paid each year than the num
ber required by the proposition sub.
mitted, the payments would be as
bonds paymest, Prlcipal. Int'st. Total
6 Jan. 1. 'ot $2,50) $1825 $.82
6 Jan. 1. '04 2.50) 700 3.00
6 Jan. 1, 'o 2.5010 576 4.075
6 Jan. 1, '0i 2,500 40) 2.1t0
5 Jan. 1,'07 2..00 826 2,Ei
6 Jsa. 1. '08 .500 201) 2.700
3 Jan. 1, '0 1,6001 76 1.675
33 $16 500 $8.150 l19,to0
Under the plan proposed, there
will be no special tax levied until
Tbhe total assessment of the parish
this year is $1,480,180.
As the assessments have for a
number of years shown a gradual
increase, that of this year being
$165,94b in excess of that of last
year, it is conservative to estimate
that the assessments, will not here.
after fall below this years' assess
onput of $1,430,180.
A tax of 24 mills on this basis
will yield a revenue of $3,575 per
year--amply sufficient to meet the
payment of principal and. interest
on the bonds.
As thb parish derives a revenue of
$6000 per year from licensetaxation,
sad a tax of 54 mills on the present
assessment will yield a revenue of
$786b, making a total revenue of
$12,765, there will be no necessity
after the present year of levying,
for ordinary parish purposes, a tax
exceeding 5; mills, which, with the
special tax of S2 mills, will be eight
mills-the present rate of taxation.
As the interest-payments on the
bond issue will yearly decrease, it
will be possible for the Police Jury
in a few years to pay more than
Ave bonds per year and thus earlier
relieve the tax- pyers of the 21 mills
special tax, and thereby reduce the
rate of taxation for all purposes be
low the present rate
By the adoption of the proposi
tion sabmitted the parish wall be
able to pay for the new courthouse
' without increasing the present rate
of taxation at all and will have a
handome courthouse which will be
a matter of pride to every good
Every one entitled to vote should,
therefore, consider it a public duty
to vote in favor of the proposition
School board Proceedings.
Latke Providence, Li., July 3, 190.
The Hoon Board of school Directors
of the parish of East Carroll oounvened
this day in special seasibn at the osen
hoer, pursuant to call of the President.
Upon calluing the roll the followinog
were oarnd present and absent :
Present-T. J. Powell, presldent; C.
It Egelly, secretar; D)ireetors J. C.
Bass..Jsa. Beard, J. 8. Milllkin, F.
Abseat-Dlreetors N. Fousm, W. iE.
Dounn, W. I. long, J. J. Erwin.
The president annouseed that he had
caUled the board in special aeaUton fom
the parpose of considering the resign-_
tion of Prof. Bobt. Roherts, who had
bees eleeted prmoipal of the Provi.
deise graded ard high scheol, wh,
bad d8olined to *scept the position due
to a previous engagement, and to pro.
ride for a sneoessor to that position.
Mr. W. 8. Brown filed his applicatloe
for the position, which ws read and
ordered plseed on dile.
Thbe apploations of Professors Jaa
E. Wallace of Tioga, La.. J. W. War
rean of Franklin, La.. and Thos. -
Harding of Ruston. La. whosem appi
eatios were read at the previous seae
ion and eomsideration deferredt pend.
ing aeceptanee of Prof. Robers. wers
taken up and read. sad after some di
ensin, a motion prevailed that the
illing of the vaesacy in the principal.
ship of the Providence graded and higI
school be postpoaed until the 12th of
August, sad that te secretary be in.
esruted to notify every member of the
board of did mmetlg.
It was tfurther resolved, That the
seeretary commaieste wrth Mears.
Jas E. Wallace, ,J. W. Wrren anid
Thos. . Hrdiag. sppleauate, advsindg
them that their ap4pheatkas would be
takes up and duly eonadered at the
adjoarned maetiang of thIs board on
Aungust 139b, 1901, to g11 the vacancy
of prtni4pal uas herein stated.
Upon motlon of Direetor Beard the
Sboard them adfjtreed to meet as th
oece ad the heretary on Aug. 12th
mgl, ·9ir abs pnrpoqe - filing sMid
wasaoy and als to reonsider the
Satlon .1 the board Ia Ixtag the salarj
*fpiriatpal'eI the Provildetes graded
S i Ma se oel a·d to t the saler
thdfor the meat seIs." . .
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Directors J. C. Bass. Jas. Beard, W. E.
Dunn. Jas. S. Millikin and F. It.
Absent--N. Fosase, W. K. Lng, J. J. Is
The board then ptoceeded to take
up the business for which it had been g
Director Dunn offered a resolution 1
that the board reconsider its action bad
at its previous sessjon fixing the salary
of principal of the Lake Providence
graded and high school, which was
adopted, and the motion to reconsider t
prevailed without opposition.
Upon motion ef Direct, Dunn. it t
was unanimously resolvehbat the sal-.
ary of principal of the Lake Providence a
graded and high school be fixed at $90
per month for a session of 9 months.
The following applications for the a
position of irincipal of said school
were read. accompanied by endorse
ments,. to-wit" t
Prof. Jas. E. Wallace. of Natchito- i
Prof. J. W. Warren of Franklin. r
Prof" W. S. Brown of Lake Provi
dence, Judge J. M. Kennedy appear
ing on behalf of Prof. Brown.
Judge Kennedy read a petition from
the patrons of the school, which was a
received and filed. Judge Kennedy
stated that there being several appli- t
cants for the same position, he asked .1
on behalf of Prof. Brown that a com
petitive examination be held. t
The board then proceeded as a com- 1
mittee of the whole to elect a principal 1
for the Lake Providence graded and v
high school, whereupon Director Beard
placed in nomination the name of Prof.
Jas. E. Wallace for the position, which
being duly seconded and there being
no other names placed in nomination,
be was unanimously elected to the
principalship of said school and the
scretary instructed to notify him at
once of his election, his salary to be
$90 per month and a session to be nine
The board having completed the
business for which it had been con
vened, an adjournment was had until
the next regular meeting, being the
first Monday in October. 1901, unless
1. J. POWELL. President.
CHAS. R EGELLY. Secretary.
The Assessment of East Carroll.
Below we publish the assessment of
East Carroll, kindly furnished us by
the assessor, Mr. W. C. McRae. It
shows an increase in the assessment
over last year of $165,945, and in the
five years that Mr. McRae has held the
office, an increase of $310,615. The
assessment of next year in all prob
ability will double the increase of the
present year. The assessment goes to
show that East Carroll is on the up
White assessment 1901, $1,275,100
Colored assessment 1901, $165,080
. 1900, 124,896
i Gain, $30,186
White assessment 1901, $1.275.100
Colored °' 1901, 155.080
Total asssessment $14,801,80
Total gain white and color
ed 1901, $165,945
SAssaessment lands 1901, $907,675
. 1900, 789,296
r Gain $118,380
Asseasment lots Leto.. town
9 of Providence, 1901 $183,715
Assessment lots &ete., town
of Providence, 1900 176,220
Assessment live stock 1901, $209,080
*.. " " 1900, 185.175
a Gain $23,605
Assessment vehicles 1901, $24,995
S 1900, 21.300
Assessment m'ch'dise 1901. $82,800
, " 1900. 75,900]
Assessment shares etc.,1901. $7,250
., " 1900, 6.000
SAssessment jewelry 19C1, $1870
• . 1900, 1390
- Assessment other property.
. Assessment other proerty,
r Gain, 3,!60
d Total acres land 1901, 228,027
i. " , " 1900, 205,070
e CMln 22.967
STotal acres outside levee 1901, 11,012
** " .. 1900, 9.542
S GSain, 1,470
, Total assessment 1901 $1,450.180
*. * 1896 1,119,56.
1' Total gain in the 6 years W.
T- C. McRse has been as
d seaor, $10,615
s- Total white assessment 1901 $1,276,100
el . . 1896 1,04S,9
b Total gain years 232.1865
Total col. assessment 191 $i156.08
S ,* * 1896 76,650
e Total gain 6 years $78,480
10o Dy Tickets
S[ 3tmr, an arle htly via
Y. & M-. l" RAIL.ROAD.
. Leave Viqkberg t180 p. i.; arrive
di Buffsoe 0:0 a a. (Sh boUr); througb
ry sleeper from Mhiphi.
A.Q Q 23.AB3 C. P. A.,
What~ aggag $eoplewant is ea
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NOTICE OF ELECTION.
By vlrteo ab Ihe p*VIU vested in "s by
law and pursuant to tae ordinance of the
Police Jury of East carrol p rish adopted
on the b day of Auelt.l 1fl. ordering a
l election. pubic notice is hereby
g-ven that a spWisl eletion will be held In
said parish on
Tuesday, the 10th day of Sep
to submit to the propertyotaxpayees of satd
parish entitled to vote on the proposition
hereinafter set out. the following proposi
To incur a debt of $16.500, by borrowing
money to provide funds for constructing in
the Town of Providence a new courthouse
for said parish and tor maintenance of
same: and to issue, in evidence of said lo
debtednese, thirty-three negotiable bheands
of $50O0.00 each, bearing from date live per
cent per annum interest. payable. principal
and interest. in gold coin ot the United
States of the present standard weight and
fineness, interest payable on January let.
of each year after the year 1902 until ma
turity or paid. said bonds to be numbered
fron No. I to No. 33. both Included. to bear
date of November let. 1901. and to mature
on January tat. 1909. five of said bonds to
be paid, respectively, on the let day of lan
uary of each year after the year 1902 until
the year 1910, the particular bonds to be
paid before maturity to be determinid by
tot by the Police Jury in accordance with
section 25 of Act No. 5 of 1599 of the Acts
of the General Assembly. and the remain
ing three bonds to be paid at maturity.
with the option reserved to the Police Jury
to pay more of said bonds on the let day of
January of any year atrer 190°2. by giving
notice thereof according to said section of
said Act; and to levy, assess and collect, in
the calendar years 1902. lK03.1S04. 1901. 1906.
1907 and 1901. a special tax of two and one
half (2/) mills on the dollar of the assessed
valuation of the taxable property in said
parish for the purposes, first, of paying the
principal and Interestof said debt and said
negotiable bonds, and second, of maintain
ing said courthouse; and to pledge the
revenues derived from the levy and assess
ment of said special tax as security for the
payment of the principal and interest of
said debt and of said bonds, any balances of
said revennes,after the payment of said
debt and interest and said negotiable
bonds, to be devoted to the maintenance of
Notiee is hereby given that by said or
dinance the following polling places have
been fixed and the following named regist
ered voters have been appointed commis
sioners and clerks of election at the re
spective polling places, to-wit:
let ward-polling place, Salem store.
Commisesoners: C. B. Buckner, A. K.
Amarker and C. Langham. Clerk: I. B.
2nd ward-polling place. Transylvania
store. Commiseioners: Abe Bass, Albert
Vought and W. 11. Moore. Clerk: J. C.
3rd ward-polling place, Clerk's office.
Commissioners: W. S. Brown. S. B. Ken
nedy and C. It. Egelly. Clerk: D. W.
4th ward-polling place. Barber store.
Commissioners: R. N. Res, Balph Aly and
E. Stockner. Clerk: Jas. St, (. McCullocb.
5th ward-polling place. Panola store.
Commissioners: C. A. Voelker, F. B. Davis
and T. S. Maben. Clerk: Geo. S. Owen.
Notice is also hereby given that the
Police Jury will, in open session, on the
12th day of September, 1901. at noon, at the
office of the Clerk of the District Court of
this parish, proceed to open the ballot
boxes, examine and count the ballots in
number and amount. examine and canvass
the retnrne and declare the result of said
Lake Providence. La., this the 6th day of
President Police Jury.
W. E. DUNN,
JAS. N. TURN ER.
W. C. McRAE.
Supervisors of Election.
To the Public.
DR. FRANK E. ARTAUD.
lDr. Artaud having resigned and
severed his connection with the U. 8.
army. has retarned, resumed pratice
and formed a partnership with Dr. F.
R. Bernard. Dr. Artand desires to cor
rect the impression that he is not to
remain in Lake Providence-and feels
grateful for the honor and privilege of
easting his lot'among the people of
East Carroll parish.
TO SAVE HER CHILD.
From frightful disfigurement Mrs.
Nannie Galleger, of La Grange, Ga.,
applied Becklen'. Aruea Salve to
great sores on her head and face, and
writes Its quick cure exceeded all her
hopes. It works wonders in Sores,
Brulse, Skin Eruptions, Cute,'Burn.,
8cald. and Piles. 26c. Cure guaran
teed by J. S. Goenard, druggist.
Lake ProvMidence Bank,
at close of business June 30, 1901.
Loans. discounts and over
drafts ............. .50.716.24
Real estate, furniture and
fixtures .............. 3,771.16
Cash in safe and other
Banks ............... 34,152.17
Capital stock........ . $15,000.00
and taxers paid)........ 3,275.43
1, J. N. Hill. Vice President and J.
SW. Tooke. Jr, Cashier, do hereby cer.
tify that the above statement is true
SSworn to and subscribed before me
on this 11th day of July, 1901.
sIF Cas.B. EGELLY.
- Aug. 3, 1901.-4t.
lNotie to onoraotors.
Bids will be reeeived ul tlll o'elock
uoon, on September 11th, 11, atthe Clerhs
olse, In Lake Provideaee, La., for the Ail
Ing fa of1 the earth work on new Tenas
brdge, approxmate estimate ten thousand
The Police Jry reserves the right to reto
feet any sad all bids.
) depot of lilty dollars will be requred
- with each bid.
BOBURT NICROWO ON,
Prealdest of Pollee Jury.
Lake Providenaes, L., AUg. 8,1901.
B. e it ordaimed that the followiug
budget o expeses for the town of
Providees fosrthe facal year ending
. July 1909, be and te. sae is eetsy
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T1hi Store Sells Goods
As Loto as can, rather than
as High as it might.
We announce to the trade that me are
jugt in regeipt of a
LARGE STOCK OP
Hamilton-Brown Soe Co. Shoes,
THE BEST SHOE MADE it
bWE MAlVE ALL STYLES.
WE ARE MAlING A CUT 01N
ALL SUMIMER DRESS GOODS.
J. N. HIll Bro.
Q MDUNRW5AR + (JDa RWARR
p FOR POR LAD1fSDIUS
IIN AND BOYS A • CAH.DrBM
-~*~ ILLI.s KI..S. LLIKIN'S.
SSUMMER SALE AT
/LTO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR FALLSTOCK
WHICH MAS JUST BEEN BOUGHT
We have determined to reduce all
BOOTS AND SHOES,
FROM 10 TO 25 PER CENT.
We have to make room and this is the way to do It.
CA.LL.AND LT A DaLIN.IATqR POR (AUGUST. IT I1
MORE COMPLETE TRANM UilR.
See as for everythln* In the line of ..
Connected by Cumberland free .
and Fousse 'Phonres. Delivery..
/I I.,LIKIN'S. -$.@.@:@.:..':"
JI, J. POWERS, Proes. A. F. HIITZ. Vice Pros, T. ,. BRIERLY, Secty,
Vicksburg & Greenville Packet Co.,
Steamers BELLE OF THE BENDS, ANNIE
LAURIE and RUTFIH
Steamer Belle of the Bends leaves Vicksburg every Monday and Thursday
at 3 p. m.; returning, leaves Greenville every Tuesday and Friday.
Steamer Annie Laurie leaves Vicksburg every-Wednesday and Saturday
at 3 p. m.; returning. leaves Greenville every Tuesday and Sund ay evening.
First-class passenger and freight accommodations. Boats brilliantly lighted
throughout with electricity. Lights in every stateroom. Cusine unsurpassed.
YANCEY BELL, Agent.
.Daering Ideal Improved M[owers and Rakes. Steel roller and ball bear.
ing. Parts and Repaire kept on hand. Highest award at Paer
.Exposition. J. W. PITTMAN,
* Agt. for LAke Providence
WILL SAVE TOU FREIGHT.] and Adjacent Territory.
A1S I : ---C L I
For fifty years Schlits beer has been brewed at Mitlwsakee. Prom
this city it goes to the remotest parts of the earth. The son
never eats on Schlit~ agencies. Civilized nmen do not hwe where
Doelits beer is not standard. People now demead e beer that isb
igalth.rl, and that demapt calnd for Scaiart. Every balet is
i tered everyi t bottle is sterilized. A beer that is plwa k eela. ot.
lEvery iirst Class. place handles a l.ibt.ha .
EKIR BEIBET IS OUT.
A31 Sedeville, Ky., was curious to
trla the ruse of the vast improve
mealt is the health of Mrs. S. P. Whit
taker, who bad tfor long time, endor.
ed untold eoafertg from a chronic
broachais trouble. It's all due to Dr.
-ltC1g New Disrovery," writs her
_hbead. "It completely ured her
sad alo cared oar Hittll grand-dauga
tor of a mWre attack of Whooping
COlgh." It poaiituely rsie Cooosg
Q0.b, Ia GtippO, Drokooitl.1 all
threat ad Iag wobles Ouess..
krtesbesthe &06 V:1.T. Trislbot
.M s j4 's dg stiores.
is still in. Business
and continuee to -handle the auegi
Beef, Pork and Mutton.
Your patagep lpectUy asked
and mstifaction gmuasatee. .
'Shbop t ýt aero the -bus e
from the old Whbitlg thi Stbl
GCfet ont pran a e j1ab'gtie
ake ,and 8,.,**.,
' D ss Goodsto
GENTS' - FRIHMG- - OOD0 T
The Fmnest Ltne of Cclthing Caw'
.tieda in the Litty.
Ladies' Dress Goods,
Hats, Caps, Boots and
and Hunting Coats.
Trooks, Valises and Hand Bag s,
CANNOT BE SURPASSED.
Cell on mre Before Purohasingi Elewhere~
A. D. & B. SPENGLER,Aq AG
............ V X( nVIORHsURo, MI S.........
-Sash, Doors, BlInds, Stain-work, Interior Fiish,
and All Building tiktNrlal.
(bespse P1.e* In the Boti. Write for ihoe before puobsel elsd.Iwb
W. B. THOMPSON. . P. L. MoO,.
W. B. Thompson &' Co.,
Cotton Factors & Commission Merchants
NO. 800 PERDIDO STREET.
New Orleans, - : Louislana.
Yazoo & Mississip
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE NOON
JULY, 14, 1901.
.No. 23S--Leave Memphis 8:35 a. m.
Arrive Vicksburg 6:15 p. m.
No. 5-Leave Memphis 7:40 p. inm.
Arrive Vicksburg 2:15 a. m.
No. 5-Leave Vicksburg 2:25 a. m.
Arrive New Orleans 9:10 a. in.
No. 21-Leave Vicksburg 9.00 a. m.
Arrives New Orleans 6:35 p. m,.
No 24-Leave Vicksburg 7:40 a. m.
Arrive Memphis 5:50 p. in.
No. 6--Leave New Orleans 4:00 p. m
Arrive Vicksburg 11:25 p. in.
No. 6-Leave Vicksburg 11:30 p. min.
Arrive Memphis 6:45 a. m.
No. 22--Leave New Orleans 7:10 a.m
Arrive Vicksburg 4:50 p. in.
No. 35-Arrive Vicksburg 9:00 a m
No. 36-Leave Vicksburg 4:50 p m
A. Q. PEARCE,
C. P. & T. A.. Vicksburg. Miss
JNO A. SCOTT.
Div'n. Pass'r. Ag't. Memphis. Tenn.
WM. MURRAY, D. P. A.,
New Orleans, La.
OCITY BARBER 0SP,
W H. MABEN .. .......... Proprietor
at Popular Prices.
Agent for Memphis Steam Laundry.
.Q. . C.. ROUTE
SUJIIER TOURIST TICKETS
From Vicksburg, Miss.
MOUNTAINS, LAKES. AND SEA
Tickets on sale until September 30.
good to return till October 31, 1901.
via Queen & Creecent Route. Through
sleepers and dining cars. fast time and
Asbville, N. C....... ........ S270
Baste, Vas .... ..................... 36
Bedlord, Va.............. ...... m0
Blures Rde. Va ,................... j
Moilato I4Lthº Z8 , Va...... mID
Cbaomlottavllo, Vs................. ..
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FPtrmvlll a....................... s7
Glad 8prins, Va ................ .. S
Lookout Mtsids, Teas............. S
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,ii8'otLtcrIe; ,.................... 4
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3! lBo.a.. ....... ...... + .. ..
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queen & Crescent
The Best Line
North ancd ElaeSt.
The Summer Tourist's favorite
line via Lookoutt Mountain.
GEO. H. SMITH,G. P. A.,
New Orleans, La.
R. J. ANDERSON, A. G. P. A..
Nw Orleans. Ta.
R. W. BONDS. T. P.A.,
Lake Providence - *
Keeps o4 hand a large aseortpet o
hriul Casket, iw, lai ad Om
mental Metallic Caems and Woodena
Coffins Made and Trimmed to Ordps
T,. JAMES A. M. S. CENOR, .
SUNDATY sVIC US.
9 a. m.-Sunday sebool.
11 a. m.-Presehfrg.
3 p. m.-Class Me tiag.
8 p. m.--Preaching.
REV. J. L. ELBERT, P. C.
8. FtnUt,- 8. - Snot.
J. M. KENN EDY
i Lake Pro videaas.j L.
WILL PRACTICE IN
ALL THE COURTI
) State of Loutsihs., pariah of East Carrell
D Third Ward JWtes Coatt.
6 S. Sehwarts A Co. "a. S. A. lMcNeltal-Ne
D 8S. J. ye buab .vs. 8. A. *eYfe1t
D ao. 74. J. wrbeh vs.. #A. Mea
S t vaeo3 w a sVirs ca to I
B I tt, o ."Nia L r OerroO udr, ýa ý,
wIIreel te C .
She dePseo( tb
., and C. Route.
al Convention National Aaoo.
tion of Letter Carriers, Chatta.
rga Fenn., Sept 2-7. 1901.
>Fiw the above 'occasion. Queen &d
'Arscent Route will sell round trip,
tickets to.Chattanooga at rate of one
fare. Dates of sale August 31sk, Sep-,
tember tat and 2nd, with final limit
Sept. 10. 1901, inclusive. Thenough,
sleeping and dining ear service to Chat
twtoogea ;" Rates open to all -
R. W'. BONDS. T. P. A.
Annual Convention Baptist Associ-
atim- Qolored, Cincinnati, O., Sept.
For above occasiod, Queen & Cres.
cent ltehte will sell round trip tickets
to Cincinnati at rate of one first Claiss
liumited fare for the round trip. Dites
of sale Sept. 9th. lOtb and 11th, final,
limit Sept. 20. 1901.
For further information. address,
R. W. BONDS, T. P. A..
Annual encampment 0. A. R, Cleve.
land, Ohio, Sept. 1014, 1901.
For abovo oer.nsiou, Queen &* Cres
cent Route will sell tickets to Cleve
land at very low rates, with final limtl*
Sept. 16. 1901. By depositing - tickets
with Joint Agenrt at Clevelatid on or
before 12 o'clock noon of Sept. 15. a,
m.. an extension of the final limit up
to and including Oct. 8,. 1901, may be
secured. Through sleeping and dining
ear servlece to Clevelad withouthobang
via Q & C Route.
Apply to Q &C Ticket Agents for
R. W. BONDS, T. P. A.,
.. .. ... . ,___L t . n liJ -- --- '
Oueen C rescent
FAST LINE TO BUFFALO.
Pan-American Special leaves New
Orleans 9:10 a. m., arrives Buffalo
next evening 7:30.
New Orleans and Cincinnati Limited'
leaves New Orleans 7:30 p. m., arrives
Buffalo second morning 10:30.
Through Sleepers to Cincinnati.
Leave Shreyeport 3:15 p. m, daily,
arrive Buffalo second morning 10:30.
Sleeper, Shreveport to Chattanooga.
where change may be made into New
Orleans and Buffalo Sleeper.
Dining 'Cars en route serving all.
SHORTEST AND QUICKaST TIME.
For detailed information apply to
any Ticket Agent, or the under
GEo. H. SMITH, A. A. ANDrnaeox,
G. P. A. A. G. P. A.
New Orleans, La
PAN AMERICAN E.XPOSITION,
Buffalo, New York,
Queen & Oreecent Route.
For the above occasion, the Quees'i
& Crescent l3oute will sell tickets at
low rates to Buffalo and return from'
points located on'its lines.
Tie Q & C. offers to its patrons ele
I gant passenger service to Buffalo ott
fast schedules. Scenery of the fin
eat in the country.
For particulars, call upon or address.
any Q. & C. Agent, or,
R. W. BONDS, T. P. A.
SPECIAL SUMMER TOURIST IEfT'
VIA Y. & M. V. R. R.
Tickets sold daily until September 30.
Final return limit, October
Montreal, ainada ...................P81S
Port Calborne, Cnasda............. 4ulf
St. Catherines. Canada............. 40 I
Toronto, Canada....................... 44 S
Colorado Springs, Col............... li49
Deinver, Col........... ............. 48 '
e Pueblo, Col ......................... 489
Chicago, Ill....................... 28 51
French Lick. Ind ................... .1 21
West Baden, Iad .......... ...... .27
Dawion Springs, Ky ........... 179 '
Loalsville, y ......... ........ 3 23
DeerPark, d ................... ... 31875
Battle Creek, M .ich 3....1... 6 65
Marquette, Mieh .................. 43
Mt. Clemens, i;ch.................... 8 '
Minneapolis. Mina................. 484
St.Paul, Mino ................. . 46b
Bay St. Louis, Mlu I................. 12 15
- Illoxi, Milss ................... 18 80s
Pas Christian, Miss ................ 1 41)
St. Louie, Mo 4........ ... St 0'
Buffalo, N. Y .................... . 40
Jmestown, N. Y.............. .... 40
8ewanee. Ten ................... 3 stl
Moateagle, Tenn ........... .......... S1 8
Salt Lake. Utah..................74 7'1(
Ogdeo, Uth.................... 77.. 0
Old Point.Va... . . 1(
N' Nerfork, Vs ...... .... 4O
Warrelton, Va........... ...-- 4a
8arpers lerry, W. V.......... *
W.siutesha. W ..... ........ .. ...-- Ml-
Waupaea,W15......... ......-.... . -
Seeal rates to valoust other pola-.
Nor Informatton, etc., write or emil ean
A. Q. PEARCE. C p. P. & T. A.. Vicks
L. F. MONT;METY, T. P A.,
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Trienial Conelate KaIghts Templer, I -ot
sleville, gy., August i to Si, I90 ,
via Queea sad Creeeet Route.
SFor above oesalon queen and ,reeeea
Route will sell round trip tickets to Lols-.
vila a rate one are for bthe round tripe
pafo o , AugUdst s, SA , s s ~.U sad 37 ,.
with Anal limit September 3, 1961, y da
peitltna Wlkets with olant Agent at lais
ville beene August 2S and Bntembar 1t
as extellon qo thlleb ts ltm to $9es-.
bar i8, 1901, Wa1& be ,eored.e
m will be made for side atrP d *1 to
be sold from Loalille. K., wt 4ra
dius of eve hundrid and Ofty uSestea t
at rate of one 8rsteles fare fIr ihe sinth
Strip. selllun AuugeStOlt 8ep t5bt , I-.'
The sale of side trip tl6kets to be retilSte
I to orinal ownuers of Klights aplerOa. -
lease tickets. Round trip Nrat .0 Loq
vfle account this eeaga to il"
Takes up by Adam Browa Ia peW roeauU
of Pasol paltationl a light sorrel. P e..
Iu or It bIds hgh. Ha Rwas sidiweCl.
I, taen up. Owner ea have sama b
Sproving property. paying adtyrtltm
and expense. at -o.A. VO A
noJl e' Bend. C. A4. V
t Tulane UniversitJ of
r' P ll eISu OIs , angita l o"
uw caly a pla blultbe for s ioa .