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TMVLIBSHD ZEVRY SATURDIt AYT Ten
LAKE PROVIDEMC,. LA* hj'ilt
JAMtS Pi TWtBNWlE. it is
Publisher and Proprietor. the
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Saturday, August 31,1 . nd
Fifth District Levee Board. thn
Regular meetings second Wednesday's whi
u January. April .July. and October, stpl
Delta. La. thei
The prisoners confined in the pl
Mayersville (Miss.) jail, made their fror
escape last Friday morning. Three pri
murderers were among the number.
A distructive fire, right in the T
heart of the business part of the prey
City of Monroe, occurred on Wed to a
nesday morning. k is reported the
that an entire square of business wbc
buildings were burned.
A large amount of levee work, chu
amounting to 636.000 cubic yards tem
of dirt, will be put up this fall by Uni
the Fifth District Levee Board in cCn
the parishes'of East Carroll, Madi
son, Tensas and Concordia. Bides e
will be received up to September say
10th, at the otfice of the State for
Board of Engineers, Cotton Ex "In
change Building, New Orleans. libt
Louisiana Day at the Pan Ameri- wit
can Exposition was a grand success, The
and the building where the speeches lon
were made, was crowded: Over a chi
hundred Louisianians were present. car
Gov. Heard made a grand talk, who DIM
showed the wonderful resources o fea
oar State to an advantage, whieb is the
b6und to redound to the good of did
our State. Louisiana day was pro. the
nounced the best and most success- hat
ful of any of the State Days yet s
held at the Exposition. tio
DISeASE OF COTTON. di
Prof. B. M. Dugger, a skilled gov- ret
ernment cotton expert,who was on his alt
Sway to Texas, was prevailed to stop
off at Monroe last week and exam. ha
Ien the cotton plasnt Ousohita partsh,
and the Dadl Star of Monday last has to
the following editorial on the subject: er
The numerous complaints of the no
planters regarding the ravages of cli
"wilt, "rust." and other and varied
forms of disease of the cottpo plant, 1(
bas induced the government to send s fIs
expert through the south to make a H
eareful examination of the disorders le
for the department of Agricudltre. h
Mr. B. B . Dugger. recent Professor of of
Botany in Coraell University, but now
connected with the Physilogieal Divis.
ion of Plant Pathology, Department of dm
Agriculture of the United States, bas of
recently been deputized to examine'in- of
to and report to his department as to
the extent of the ravages of the ,"root Ti
rot" in Texas. At the request of ex
Senastr Ivy Davis. of this psrish. Prof. tf
D aDgger stopped St this place en route Li
Sto Texas, and made a careful examina
* of the afeted plants token from
eisti of abhe plantations of this see.
. After a thorough tiaspection of
i speimens snaoleeted from the v osroos
bids, Prof Dugger report as follows: '
**The organism eauslnlg this disease is
not, as is generally supposed, an in
saet, but a plant or fungus growth a
slled neocosmospora vesinfecta. The t
einjury varies from a few per cent to as P
muhob as ninety per cent in badly Ic. a
feooted tields; that is, ninety per cent of g
the stalks are diseased, or may be di
earsed. This does not neesearily mean
that ninety per oentof the cotton will
be lost, because all the cotton boils on
the diseased stalks that are matured C
will op.n, but where the cotton boll
bhs not matured, it will wither soaed
During wet weather. this disease
manifest. itself by the wilting of the en- A
tire plant, and durIng the dry weath.r,
the leaves soon become parched -mad
droop. In this regioc, it is s9mantJies
called "wilt" and sometimes "rest."
aecording to whether the location of
the ground lie high or low. Its ap
pearance is general throughout the
Bouthern and particularly the Soitth
eastern States. This 'lisease is cifused
by miacroplo plant parasite, known as
fungus, closely related to what was
commonly known as "moles,* rhis
fungus gains entrance into the plant
through the soil, entering by the roots.
The woody pnrt of the sterlO. betwee,
the bark snd the pitrh, bhtonlts dis
eased, whilch t:,ke- frio, the pl'inlt nea:r
ly all of thi w'ter dertvtd frtom the
soil, thus snulh'riug it, anti causintg it
to wilt. This fungus will persist i
the soil for several years, and in a
sense, the stl maj be termed dbieased.
Sand oottonplanteal on snuchb land will
show a re-appearanoe of' timhe disease
every year. No remedy ocald be ap.
plied to the soil without a great out+
lay of money, and the only feasible
utethod of combatting the malad) is by
meas of propereseed eisct ion
It has bgen found by t he department
that by seleerlngb,ed'tro the healthy
or reatant pial lis theim diseased 8eld,
thiaa strain of resl(tat or immune
etaton maV be obtatoed; that is, the
plants having withstood the srfetia
oe* season, it is reasonable to suppose
they will prove immnee the nexat, as
ha beben demonstrate by tests. It is
not enough that seed be secured from
a distloce, sinee it may not prove re
.Prof. Dagger'VtU leave this evesng
to rpend six or deeti weeksa in the ot
ten distriect & Texas, investigating
vghS 1 ag t'g. Stot. In speakin
f the dslsatinel between the *-wilt
It detg es irto . "'P# 1)oger says_:
It dats hfro '4*llt tqt it merely
esnuue ... .. ptS.tb. sS.. . bat
. ." "wtlt *it do tti ot
188o .by P~p-t. Ps
yhld , t e i b
Sg.Me . a .._P:. I9: 4 , ,
ceds in gatfring sixty per cot of a
his expecirP'It o
,. tb,. yed by
wilt tadm4fst. "
plants, even by an oreinary observer, sae
it is easily seen the ravages caused by nT
the disase. A cotton stalk, in a healthy
condition, shows firm and white, but to
from diseased stalks examined, the tOr
pith turns dark, and shuts off the sup. er
ply of moisture necessary for the life tIot
of the plant. The two names "wilt" m
and *'rust" are due to the fact that in the
low heavy ground, especially where it for
contains much moisture, the plants. sal
succeed in getting a better supply, and of i
thus the death of the plant is gradual, ecen
while in light sandy soil where the ans
plants are not so bountifully supplied at
they soon die, and the leaves turn black, of n
dr dark, from which condition the tur
name is derived. In both instances the troi
plant die, aind the only cotton wade is ot
from the bolls that have fully matured he
prior to its death. a
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Minister Leaves 0Qd Belief. tot
The Los Angeles (Cal.) Evening Ex- ing
press, of August 12, has the following ti
to say of Rev. H. W. Knickerbocker. Jat
the well known and popular divine, nc
who was in charge of the Methodist the
church at this place for two years : hal
,.Rev. H. W Knickerbocker. former- via
ly pastor of the Trinity Methodist p:
church, Los Angeles, has accepted a nep
temporary position as pastor of the ina
Unitarian chuich of Alamenda, Cal., re
and it is not improbable that the pal
charge will be made permanent. sat
"A few weeks ago Kev. Knickerbock- sma
er created a sensattl,n b) resigning his bde
position as pastor of Trinity church, sai
saying that he could no longer preach
for that denomination, since his relig- dbe
inus convictions had changed to such ere
an extent that he must seek a more sto
liberal field of acticn. sp
*"The resignation came in the form Co
of a great surprise to his congregation, At
with which he was very popular. Be
There had been no previous suggest- go
ion as to his change of faith, except it V,
conference with the officers of the Me
church, and when the resignation
came, on the very day of the great ie
District Epworth league convention, Gi
which was held in 'T'rinity church, a 4
few weeks ago, the astonishment of C
the congregation was very marked.
-,Mr Knickerbocker declares that he C.
did not intend to resign at the time of an
the convention, but had planned to PC
hand In his resignation on the follow- 121
ing Sunday. when it could be done a oh
little less publicly, and with less sensa- th
tional effect. tie was met on the morn- nu
ing of the convention, however, by two th
of the officers. who told him that if he eli
did not any longer indorse the doc
trines of the Methodist church, he must
resign at once, so there was no other
Slie is now only 32 years old, and
has been In the ministry of the Metho
distbchurch South for ten years, having
passed three years of that time as pas
t tor of Trinity church. He is consid
: ered an unusual bright speaker, and is
a noted among the local clergy as a
,f clear, earnest thinker.
I Rev. Knickerbocker will leave Sept.
10 for his new appointment, and his
p family will remain here for the present a
a He goes to succeed, temporarily, at
x least, Rev. Dodson, who will conclude B
., his pastorate at the Unitarian church r
,t of Alamends, Sept. 10"'
The New Orleand Picayune, of sri.
I day last gives the following news item E
s of what the Texas and Pacflc Railway
ofoicials are doing :
o"Robert Strong, general agent for the
Texas and Pacific, returned yesterday
f from one of his business trips along 1i
the line under construction in north a
"The road," sand Major Strong, "has
Snow gone beyond Fordoche lane, Mor
Sgauzns landing. The surveying has b
been completed beyond the Red river, F
aid we are gradually buildiug up to
s that point. The grading has been fin
ished to the Red, and will push the con
strucitio as rapidly as possible in order
Sto figure in transportation as soon as
Spossible. Tl'he road is a low grade one,
and when completed, will furnish a low
f grade route fromn St. Louis. T'his, of
Scourse, is of incalculable value to us,
as well as tothe public. The expense r
Sof hauling over low grade is much less
n and a much more expeditious service
can be furnished. This means that we
will be able to compete in the freight
Sbusiness of that section, and all our
goods will come to or go from New
Orle:ans. We have our terminals here
and our chief interest here, and you
may be snre that we will do our haul
ad lug to this city.
e We will connect with the North.
t western at Vidnlin and with the Iron
o Montain at Arkansan City By this
meats ',trt feeding territory will be en.
lahtg''d aud *'nr '.hitiy t,, sei'ciu'a' fre'iiht|
Lh- getantly illcrt,'tse I l)Over our low grade
aed rad we ca, sawv 66 2 3 per tacltlnum of
as the hauling expense, ansd we expect to
ta give some of this to the public', while I
his being ourselves enahled to compete
with otlher roads.
t. "The bridge a:t Red river will sooni
bet under coistruction. Snme of the
li- material for it is trt'calty on tin grunad,
:. and Ilean say flr ert:ainl thI:t worlk
t will tb in progress within thir" dhu s
'it The principnl local traflic which
we expect to carry on will be in the
transportation of cotton and grain and
Slumber, especially stores With all of
till these articles we will be on great van
ap* --- ---- -
S 10 Day Ticket8
$35.50 Vieksburg to BadEro adM,
thy RetUrn, on sale Daily via
L Y. & M" 11" RAILROAD.
Leave Vi-ksburg 11:30 p. m.; arriveI
a Buffalo 10.30 a. m. (36 hours); through
is sleeper from Memphis.
A. Q PEARCR, C. P. A.,
ot What most people want Is some
in thing mild and rentle, when ii need of
ia pbhsic. Chamberiai'es Stomach aid
Liver l'ahlete 601 the bill to a dot
They are eaey to take tad plesaul in
efllet, For sale at J. S. Guoenad's
No 1to'do to Controtors.
Blds wril be received up till 1t e'cteek
pea, on SeWtambe 1th.lS1.satthe CIterke
eaes. ht take Proveteaee, t,,a for the ll
'eg Is of the earth werk am sew T'iees
epperoxtate eaiaste.the t tbeasaa4
IS&'si Jury ieenesrvqe stgba o abt
has sit bids
gI beof itty dollas wll be eqirtied
-b -, ,
NKCE. @F 14 a
, de of-tp -- us by
laenltalirsnantW tbi ts c,,o !oft
P o'df 'pof R ie.IorI d Rga
.." bti a o a is irw
f1al dleation, pib uotl is here
en ths a spei elsenos wlfl be.b4
salt! parish on
Tuesday, the leth day of Sep
to sulult to the property-taxpayers ossaid
parish entitled to vote on the proposition
hereinafter set out. the following proposi
To incur a debt of $16500.5 by horrowing
money to provide funds for constructing in
the-Town of Providence a new courthouse
for said parish and for maintenance of
same; and to issue, in evidence of said in
debtedness. thirty-three negotiable bonds
of $500.00 each. henring from date five per
cent per annum interest. payable. principal
and Interest. in gold coin of the United
trates of the present standard weight and
fineness. interest payable on .Ianarv slot.
of each year after the year 192 until ma
turity or paid. said bonds to be numbered
from No. I to No. 33. both included, to hear
date of November Ist. 1901. and to mature
on January let. 1909. five of said boids to
be paid, respectively. on the lst day of Jan
uary ot each year after the year 1902 until
the year 1659. the particular bonds to be
paid before maturity to be determined by
lot by the Police Jury in accordance with
sectioon 25 of Act No. 5 of 1899 of the Acts
of the G;eneral Assemhly. and the remain
ing three bonds to be paid at maturity.
with the option resrrved to the Police.Jury
to pay more of said bonds on the 1st day of
,Januarv of any year after 1902. by giving
notice thereof according to said section of
said Act: and to levy, assess and collect. In
the calendar yearsh !2. 1903.190k4. 19~i5, 1906.
1907 and 1908. a special tax of two and one
half (23,) mills on the dollar of the assessed
valuation of the taxable property in said
parish for the purposes, first, of paying the
principal and interest of 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 revenues, after the payment of said
debt and interest and said negotiable
bonds, to be devoted to the maintenance of
Notice 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
siosers and clerks of election at the re
spective polling places. to-wit :
ist ward-polling place. Salem store.
Commissioners: C. B. Buckner. A. K.
AmSneker and C. Langham. Clerk: I. B.
2nd ward-polling place. Transylvania
store. Commissioners: Abe Bases. Albert
Voiight and W. H. Moore. Clerk: J. C.
3rd ward-polling place, Clerk's office.
Commissioners: W. S. Brown. S. B. Ken
nedy and C. R. Egelly. Clerk: D. W.
4th ward-polling place. Barber store.
Commissioners: R-N. Rea.Ralph Aly and
E. Stockner. Clerk: .Jas. St.G. McCutlloch.
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.lury will, in open session, on the
12th day of September. 1901. at noon, at the
Soffice of the Clerk of the District Court of t
this parish, proceed to open the ballot
boxes, examine and count the ballots in
number and amount, examine and canvass
the returns and declare the result of said
Lake Providence. La., this the 6th day of
August, 1901ROBT. NICHOLSON.
r President Police Jury.
W. E. DUNN..
JAS. N. TURNER.
W. C. McRAE.
Supervisors of Election.
To the Public.
DR. FRANK E. ARTAUD.
Dy. Artoud having resigned and
is severed his connection with the U. S.
army. has returned, resumed pratice
anti formed a partnership with Dr. F.
e R. Bernard. Dr Artand desires to cor.
h rect the impression that be is not to
remain iq Lake Providence-and feels
I- grateful for the honor and privilege of
casting his lot among the people of
n East Carroll parish.
TO BAVE ,BER BIJILD.
From frightful disfigurement Mrs.
g Nannie Galleger, of La Grange, Ga.,
Sapplied Bocklen's Arnica Salve to
great sores on her bead and face, and '
writes its quick cure exceeded al her
t hopes. It works wonders in Sores,
r, Bruises, Skin Eruptions, Cote, Burns,
o Scalds and Piles. 25c. Core guaran
Steed by J. S. Guenard, druggist.
Astounded the Editor.
e, ~itor S. A. Brown,of Bennettsvrlle,
W. C.. was once immensely surprised.
"l'hrouf h long suffering from Dyepep.
s' sis," he write, "my wile was greatly
sE run down. She had no strength or
s igor and stffered great distress trom at
c ier stomach, but she tried Electric Si
Be litlers which helped her at once, and,. 81
Safter using four bottles, she is entirely
well, can eat anythiog. It's a grand
tonic, andti its gentle laxative qualities
e are spleudiJ for torpid liver." For
Sludhrest~ion, Los of Appetite. Stomach -
and Liver troubles it's a positive, guar
th. antleed cure. Only 600 at Onenard's
on I drg store.
STulane Universitj of
(te LOUISI, A. M4.
of t NEr ORLEANS.
t,,. E, A ALI)ERMAN. LL. D).. Presid.ent.
ile Full course in L[antguig.s. Sciences.
etoe Engieelri n ig. Law, Meliciie Four
inew cha rs s.s' lahhl lhid for Iiext 85sesill
ion I'rulanict makes eatlders iii all vocantions.
the lI f:icilii i s fr inst'r Ctiou in En
nd, wnet ting sr ti unsuriossd. UnI x
irk celled, opplirtuni is for the studly of
s a Sugar c ha:,,stry. Many ascholarhilis
ich in the cntademnic departmient. Bouarud
the and accommodation at lowest rate. No
Sworthy boy. if needy, shall be turned
I of sway from its doors.
an. Next Session begins October 1st.
Send for Catalogue
R. K. BRUFF. Secretary.
i Marshal and Tax Colleetor's Ofe. Town
! of Providence. La., AugS 22. 1901.-All per
sons indebted unto the town of Provi.
Cence. for the taxes due for the years 189
and 1900. are hereby notfied to call at my
oflice in the Fireman's building and pay
D. same. I have issued notices to all delin
quents, which will be the last notice given.
and at expiration of time therein men
rie tioned, allproperty upon which taxes are
delinquent will be advertised acoerding to
gh law and sold to pay said taxes. interest
and all costs. D). F. PECK,
City Marshal and Tax Collector.
* Ofee of the Superlntendest of Public
Schools. Lake Providence, La.. August 22,
1101.--The white and colored schools in
e the Town of Providence and the white
I of schools at Longwood. Shelburmn. Roberts
anI and SMuve Terre will be opened on Nona
dot day. Spt. 16, 1901.
Patrats eontraeplatng sendieng their
children to thle pnullie schools should en
rd'a deavor to prepare their chiidren a' a to
enable them to attend the Lrst dayt posst
ble fo earelmlaat, thereby avodig~ the
delay usual to orgastnutlen . the diferent
classes. It s to be og that there wil
be a good attendaee o* the rst day of the
sesdion ad e~aste on throngh the term.
Seet . R cAS; gM& tO.xY.
A, good serv~~itable bug
Sgy. at,ilikiun' Oheap,
tro Lunch tongue, coruibef
said veal loa- aftr Milli
'AN ELEGANT LINE OF
AN ELEGANT SHOE FOR LADIES.
When you wear a
You Wear the Best.
We have some remnants of Summer
Goods left that can he bought cheap.
We have always on hand the best
line of Shirts, Neckwear of Gent's
On account of.moving to our large Brick
Store as soon as finished.
and wishing to move as little goods as possible.
WE ARE MAKING A CUT
J. N. Hill 0 Bro.
SUNDERWAR 0 A UMDVBR R.BAiR
FOR . 0 FOR Lf1BDS'5"
NMEN AND BOYS A J RND CMILDRBEN 0
.,L LI K : - I M .
SUMMER SALE AT
TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR FALL.STOCK
WIilCIi HIAS JUST BEEN BOUIMT
We have determined to reduce all
BOOTS AND SHOES,
FROM 10 TO 25 PER CENT.
e We have to make room and this Is the way to do It,
CALL AND GaTA DELIMRAT FORO SEPTEMBaR. T
IS MORE COMPLETE TIANM rU- R.
See as for everythlta In the line of
o Connected by Cumberland free .
d and Fousse 'Phones, Delivery.
J. J. POWERS, Pros. A. F. NIMTZ. Vice Pros, T. 0, BRIERLY, Sectly,
, Vicksburg & Greenville Packet Co.,
. Steamers BELLE OF TTIE BENDS, ANNIE
LAURIE and RUTH
ir Steamer Belle of the Bends leaves Vicksburg every Monday and Thursday
m at 3 p. m.; returning, leaves Greenville every Tuesday and Friday.
ic Steamer Annie Laurie leaves Vicksburg every Wednesday and Saturday
,. at 3 p. m.; returning. leaves Greaenville every Tuesday and Sunday evening.
ly First-class passenger and freight accommodations. Boats brlliantly lighted
d throughout with electricity. Lights in every stateroom. Cusine unsurpassed.
s YANCEY BELL, Agent.
"Dearing Ideal Improved Mowers and Rakes. Steel roller and ball hear
ing. Parts and Repairs kept on hand. Highest award at Paris
Exposition. J. W. PITTMAN,
Agt. for Lake Providence
WILL SAVE YOU FRErIGHT.] and Adjacent Territory.
2 T E B3EE TZaT X.&DE 3XZLW.ALUEE
! o"-^ -" "-SCHiLITZ.
ro For fifty'years Schlitz beer has been brewed at Milwaukee. From
rest this city it goes to the remotest parts of the earth. The sun
never sets on Schlitz agencies. Civilized men do not hlive where
r. Schlitz beer is not standard. People now demand a beer that is
healthful, and that demand calls for Schlitz. Every barrel is
Altered-every bottle is sterilized. A beer that is pure is healthful.
bie That is Schlitz.
: Every First Class place handles Schlitz.
THEIR SECRET IB OUT.
All Sadieville, Ky., was curious to
lears the cgPse of the vast improve
meet in the health of Mrs. 8. P. Whit
taker, who bad for a long time, endur.
ed untold suffering from a chronic
bronchial trouble. "It's all due to Dr.
King's New Discovery," writes her
bhusband. t completely cared her
and als epred our little grand-dangb
ter of a severe attack of Whooping
Cough" It positively cures Coughs.
Colds. La Grippe, Broncbitl, all
Throat and Luag troubles. Guaran,
teed bottles 60. sad $100. trial bot
ls free at J. . Guesard' drag rtore.
is still in Business
and continues to handle the finest
Beef, Pork and Mutton.
Your patronage is respectfully asked
knd satiMfaction guaranteedt.
I"'Shop right across the street
from the old Whittington Stable
Get oar pries on job pIriarh: We
id Bskt ealss work
Lake and Leoveosta., L
GENTS' - FURNIbING -
The Piest .Line of C1otlin Ci
" ewed iii the ty. *
Ladies' Dress Goods,
Hats, Caps, Boots and
and Hunting Coats
Trunks, Valises and Hand Ba~,.
CANNOT BE SURPASSED.
Cll onwceO Beforo Puvobselng Elewkoere.
S. b3. as E. SP omNGLE, oTS .,
M...... 'ix o U~tn G R , lA ..........
Sash, Doors, BIIlds. Stain-Work, laterior Filasb
and All uNdling Materidl.
Obapet Ptlea in the Souat. Writs for pries beforE poar a deiuS
W. 3. TWOMPBQN. "L. most.
W. B. Thompson & Co.,
Cotton Factors & Commusion Merchants
NO. 60O PERIOIO STRIET, -
New Orleans, ou: : Woui
Yazoo & Mississip
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE NOON
JULY, 14, 1901.
No. 23-Leave Memphis 8:85 a. m.
Arrive Vicksburg 6:15 p. m. 2
No. 5-Leave Memphis. 7:40 n. tm.
Arrive Vicksburg 2:15 a. m.
No. 5-Leave Vicksburg 2:25 a. m.
Arrive New Orleans 9:10 a. m.
No. 21-Leave Vicksburg 9:00 a. m.
Arrives New Orleans 6:85 p. m.
No 24--Leave Vicksburg 7:40 a. m.f
Arrive Memphis 5:50 p. m.
No. 6-Leave New Orleans 4:-0 p. m
Arrive Vicksburg 11:25 p. m.
No. 0-Leave Vicksburg 1130 p. m:
Arrive Memphis 6:45 a. m.
No. 22-Leave New Orleans7:10 a.m -
Arrive Vicksburg 4:50 p.` m.
No. 35--Arrive Vicsbuhnrg 9:00 a m
No. 36-Leave Vicksburg 4:50 p In
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.
CITY BARBER SEOP,
-L:ake Si reet. -
W .H. MABES ............ Proprietor I
at Popular Prices.
Agent for Memphis Stenm Laun :ry.
Q. &. C. ROUTE
SIUM ER TOURIST TICKETS
From Vicksburg, Miss.
MOUNTAINS, LAKES. AND SEA
Tickets on sale until September 30.
good to return till O,,tober 31, 1901.
via Queen & Crescent Route. Through
sleepers and dining cars, fast time and
Ashville. N C ..... ......... $27-0
Basic, Vs .................... 1 '2
Bedford, Vs... ..... ............ $4 e6
Blue Ridge. Vs ................. '52
Buffalo Litbla Springs, Vsa............ 3845
Cbharlottesville, Va ............... 8 25
Chicago. III ........ ............ to
Cineinatl, O ......................
Farrville, Va . ........... ...... 8 49
Glade Springs, Va .. .......... ...
Lookout Mountain, Tenn...... ..1. 990
Loluiville. Ky ..................2 253
Moenteagle, 'Ten .................22 A
Niagara Falls, N. Y ............. 400
Norfork, Vs....... ........... ... 4200
Old Point Comfort, Va...s . ....... 4200
PutIn-Bay. o ..... ............ 34 0
St , Loase. o ...... .........
IStao toa , Vs .. . 2.. ........ 3
W aukesha. Wie .......... .. ....0... @ -
Whlts Sulpher Spruag., W. Va....... sBi
Wayne.ville. N. ..... . .
And to points ionagnerabte. Bt qu-ot
sad to l pointsu on appieealon ti.
F. Y. DONOUý. E. P A T. 4.,
84 Vicksburg. MIss.
Go0. H. Say'tr . B. J. AMUI,.
O. P. A., New Orleans, A. G. r. A.
.- FOR SALE.
. P. eggs. $1.00 per stWlag of
l. & Takey esp. $2 00 per setiong
WiolG go.sa OWN..
ee.. pp e Pantation.
Wllobuer' Poles.; La
Q Been & CrntcntI
The Best Line p"
ýTZC7 .ý"$ .C#' ei
North and16 2a ast.
The Summer Tourist's favorite
line via Lookout Mountain;
R. J. ANDER A.,
JOH ,W i AMI
Lake Providence . La
Keeps on hand a large aselorteal of
Budal Caskets, Nw, PI and DOrs
mental Metallic Cases and Wooden
Coflitne Made and Trimmed to Order
ST. JAMES A. MU. E. CHURCH.
9 a. m.-Sunday schbool.
11 a. m.-Preaching.
8 p. me.-Class Meeting.
8 p. m.-Preaching.
RJV. J. L. ELBERT, P. C.
S. FULGUM. 8.8- Supt.
J. M. KENN EDY,
Lake Providence, La.
WILL PRACTICE IN
ALL THE COURTS
Sudget of ipeanms.
Be it Ordained that the following
0 budget of expenses for the town of
Providence for the fiscal year ending
July 1902, be and the same is hereby
:ad opted. to-wit:
) Manor lar ... ......... ....$ i 10A0
0 Malshil salary.................... 7W00
0 Secretary salary .................... 74 00
0 Treaurers salary .................. 7500
S Per diem Councilmen ............ . .0110
i Cemetery Commissole .......... 1990S
1) Street and Mridgea .................. No 00
I lighbtng ..... ..................... 0 00
10 Engae ............ ... ........ 0
SPridating ...... ............. 91300
i Collectors comamiasleds.............. 110 00
t- te to Rat I ..... . ...... .. 0
Quarantine Board of Riat........ M 0
Incidental . .......: .. 00 0
Interest on Water Waed Bi i... ses 00
K. Ja lsesoent......... .............0. a
1. Specil Poou ... .. ..... 1...... ....
_ Atts is ..................... 0.
otal ..................... u.ol
Q .. IL PRANETll N Mayer.
". H. F-asm,. Smaretar. ',
g Laee Prowdraee. L, A . "10, 1 01.
MW'Wa dol 61P -e 061. wa6i4t,
Sand C. Route
tina Cotweatae National Asso
clation of Letter Carriers. Chaetts.
nooga. Fena., Sept 2.7. 1901.
For the above occoasIon. iQu.en &.
Crescent Routes will sell, rnand trip.
tickets to Chattanooga at rals of ,ne
fare. Dates of sale Augest 31st, Set'p
tember 1st and Sad, with fintil limib
Sept. 10, 19j8, ipelusiv,. 'Trbrulh,,
sleeping and dininga car service toChat
msooge. 1amte opsee to ...l
Anutal Convention Baptist Associ
ation Colored, Cincinnati, 0.. Sept..
For above occasiod, Q."sei & Crres
cent Route will sell round trip tickets
to Cincinnati at rate of one first elst..
limited fare for the round trip. D rtes
of sale Sept. 9th. 10th and 11th. linae
limit Sept.. 20, 1901.
Connatenated Order Hon Hoo.,Norº
fork. Va, Sept. 9-13. For abhove oc:.t.
sion Queen rnd Crescent Route will
sell round-trip tickets to N,rfork at
rate of one fare for the rm,und trip.
Dates of sale: Sept. 7 and 8, linli
limit Sept. 16, 1901. The Q & C. aoute.
is the quickest, shortest and best line
to Norfork. Va.
Annual encampment G. A. R. Clere
land, Ohio, Sept. 10-14, 1901.
For shove occasion, Queenc & Cres
cent Route will sell tickets it, C'I,'ve
land at very low rates, with linid limit
Sept. 16. 1901. By 'depositing tickets
with Joint Agent at Cleveland on or
before 12 o'clock noon of Sept. 15. a
m.. an extension of the final limit up
to afl including Oct. 8. 1941. may be
secured. Through sleeping and dining
ear service to Clevelrnd without change
via Q & C Route.
Apply to Q & C Ticket Agents for
For further information, address,
R. W. BONI)S,T. P. A.,
Queen G rescent
FAST LINE TO BUFFALO.
Pan-American Special leaves New
Orleans 9:10 a. m., arrives Buffslo,
next evening 7:80.
New Orleans and Cincinnati Limited
leaves New Orleans 730 p. nm., arrives
Buffalo second morning 10:30.
Through Sleepers to Cincinnati
Leave Shreveport 3:15 p. m. daily,
arrive luffalo second morning 10:30.
Sleeper, Shreveport to Chattanooga
w hbere change may be made into New ,
r Orleans and Buffalo Sleeper.
Dining Cars en route serving all
SHorTEST AND QUICKEST TIME.
For detailed information apply to
any Ticket Agent, or the under
Gao. H. SMITH, A. A. ANDERSON,
G. P. A. A. G. P. A.
New Orleans, La
PAN AlfRICAN KIXPoeITION,
l" uffalo, New York,
Queesn d * reeoent Route.
For the above occasion, the Qeeq
A& (resent Route will sell tickets at
low, rates to Buffalo and return fronm
points located on its lines.
The Q,& C. offers to its patrons ele
gant paseeger service to Buffalo ont
fast schedules. Scenery of the fin
ent to the country.
For particulars, call upon or address
any Q. & C. Agent, or,
R. TW. BONDS. T. P. A
SPECIAL SUMMEIB TOURIST RATES
VIA Y. & M. V, & B.
Tickets sold dilly uatll-Septembier 30.' •
Final return limit, October
SMontreal, Caeda....................858 1~-'
Port Calborne, Canada............. H4 M
St. Catberlnes. Canalda.............. 40
Toronto, Canada..................... 44 8
ColordO Springs, Col............... 4 9
Dela. Col ..................... .. 4,
.lea.,t I .. h......... ...... ...... 46 8.'
Pireselck, d: ..d................. 27 8
t oden. ld.................... 27701
Duawoh Springs, Ky.............. 1700!
olltsvtlle Ky. . . ...
ertr kMd ...... ................ 75A
*ttic Creek, Mich...,............... 8'
a'toe.w e. M ...................4. 433
4it, e i~loh................ 8780'
t-aul El an . ............... 443PJs
~r.·. ... ... .................. 13 80.
N ChrlstiaV.Mls ........... 124(
81. Loufirs. mto.............. .. ..... 0O
Sfal. N. ........ . ... ....... 4
SL,.itowl N. 'T·................40
8e aee, oTen, iss.
MTleolet. vTeen. h..................22 Mi
vs. Ut ah. rs' o.. ....
N orfr..Vab . o ........ ..n ........
wltedhem. Ite Vp b... e . B.. d.
wpoinc e wit h Jont. e.... t ... 'L ouis*
Wperp, Wv1 i.........l..beo. 8-. r-- ns
me6s wl be mrates to YifdeS tr4ip I ke pol
i of l5tormatlon,-et,, uWorn "
A. Q'PEAR('E. C.. F.A&T.-A., Vtok.
bu. Mhen iss:
n L. F. MONTG'OMERY. T. P. A..
let Jaokoon, Misr.
STrieonnial Conclrave Knights Tsmplar, Lou
terislle. Ky., August 8 to Se. 1901,
via qcueen and Creesent Route.
eor above ote lona. Queen and Crese.nt
Route will sell round trip ticket to Louis
tills at rate of one fare fort the round trip.
Dates of mis. August 4,21 , 6,. 27 and 2,
with lnil Imtit 8eptembep , 1901. By do.
Sosia ti ickets. with Joint Agent at Lotuis.
ville between August 28 and September 2.
an extesslon ot the inal limit to Septern
bher 18, 1901, will be accrded. Arrange.
me bellbe made for side trip tlckets to
be sold from Louisville. Ky., within a ra
dius of le hundred and fifty miles thereof
at rate of ne srtela c far the r rouad
trip, seling August28 to September 2, In
clusive, with fInal limit Septenbel 1t. 1)01
The sale of side trip tickets to be restricted
to original own em ot Knights Templear Con
leave tiekets. Round trip rate to Louis
Tvile aeeount this oceaens open to all.
B. W. BONDS, T. P. A.,
n Taken up ll Adam Brown In new ground
of Panola plantation, a light sorrelpo
rb83or 14 hands hlgh. orse was si when
taen up. Owner ea have suine by
Sprmvkie property, paying advertiement.
) and expense. Cail on
BO eh's Bm L Panlso, La.
r eta , Viok bor
*00 Arhinas Cla, M PlA
sea All Wy Lanll ud S, .
-I881 630ag 3LIA, -
W. Fl. RN, lan4 ..............Mast
; -Lee " gsdbmda. atp, Sat .
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Atget,- , G,.F. 4. L,
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