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.UP LEMENT TO ABou
T~tA +... mocat
a , December 21. 1901. 91orl i
take PrL-denc La.. - to-, I
- -I heritfs'
START EARLY TO MAKE UP YOUR LIST -. _ "in:
OUR MANDSOME STOCK IS INVITIMG. TOvLilf
.AN TOP 1I 'I 1 i1 IA T
'ýI .\ Lt XI) EB3ON\ ý NOvEL'`IES, IZIA CT1 F1L 1rel+.nrP
wO( LIIIAI( Y11(4 CLAS 13001 ? ME- '
CIIIV'\ [CAL, TOV X, ))OL14S OA I M SIZES.
YOU WILL SELECT YOUR GIFTS BEFORE YOU KMOW IT- Paise
FIRE WORKS OF ALL KINDS!!!i,
Make ha and we ill ully 'a them up and take c-ýaro" E:ll.,,
oMkf tiounr util ,'Oass c No t.rouble to p e.,lli
STHE OUENAIRD DIUOT ~ "STOE.
I i ll
,':' N. W..':-t Tl',
We have a t
Fine Stock of Goods
TO MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS FROM.
I)on't throw your I e \\ a.le a t, but buy - seftul things in your C(
I oli1day puIrclhasig. DI)er
FURNITURE, RUGS, MATTING, CHINAWARE, GLASSWARE jWob
and other things to make tiour home
Attractive uandcl Nice Lookirg. I
CALL ANI) SEE US lB FO-E MIKIN(U YOUR P'URC1[ASES.
LEHM AN N 'S We are doing the Leading Business
of Providence, Because Lehmann's
is the Popular Place to Trade. F
OU1 WHISEY, WINE, GIN, ETC., IS SOLD WITH A POSITIVE GUALINTE,
Our JUG TRADE leads all others,
Send uS your ordert for Pith, OysterS and Geerty.
LEKýUtAIN'S DOORS ·RE NEVUR CLOSED--OPEN ALL IlR MT.
HOUSE Now is the Time to Get your JUGS. A
G. H. HILL, THE GROCER, T
HAS'A FRESH AND COMPLETE STOCK S
FOR THE HOLIDAYS. "°T.a
Citron, Currants, Raisins Jelli-s, Figs, Dates, Nuts, Plum Pudding,
Apples, Oranges, and all kinds of Fancy Groceries.
. . EXTRAC:TS OF ALL KINDS EEx
Fine Meat, Pork and Mutton ror the Holidays.
Call us up over either 'Phiene-f.ir ..u'fee Delivery to at parts of Towa
J" N ILL R. L. HILL
Ji N,, HILL &L BRO.
----THE LEADING GROCERY HOUSE OF PROVIDENCE.--
We have Everything Complete for the Holidays.
In ouro Dry odls Stef we h, vea le* h of elegant Ra4s, a big line of Dry 6 is, etlos,
Ladies' and' ent's Furnlshings Trunks, Shoes, Hats, Caps, etc.
pg )0ntlhc first ofthe year you will find us in ou new ry Goo~ds Store,
thle lnandslmiest and most eonlplhte buikling in Providlenee.
J. N. tlL L RL. CHILL
O. P. IHAM~ItTO.N. S. H. KENNEDY,
HAMILTON & KENNE-DY.
PROPR-ETORS -O "THE FAMOUS."
LADI'ES' AND ENkT'S FPURN/iSLLNI EMPORIUM.
Iadlens' and Gents' Woolen Undcmrear. A fine Line of DMttman Shoes. SUrs and Shirt Waists d
the latest Patterns. The HiOLIBATS are coait so come around aid make your purabases at
SANTA CLAUS! SANTA CLAUS!
Corres but Once a Year, so w~hy not eyerybody have their share,
.-1)() I-OT FORGCT TO BTIN(; THkE CHILD)REN AROUND TO
SEE OLDj CRlS ANDi OUlR MAMMiOTH DISPIAY OF
We have a ~Fll and Compnete Line of Toilet Artiles, F say Brie Brac and
. erything to marke a iice present for Xmas. We also have a full and
oClmpleto line of CbthiSng, Boots, Shoes, Hiats, Capl, Millinerys, est., etc.
iake and Levee streets Lake Providence, La.
Budget of Expenses fer 1902.'
An or annce :making the iitdgetl, _s
tiaate ' uarisb Expenses for the un- ro:
13eit ortlaintvb tit Peaie Jttry of u_st 11Nt
Ostrolipbrikl. L , l I't . e follo..g .td
getor Nltlthtn( .1 parisit eXIeutm Iot t
v utiilen,,-yer ,;)2". ls. :,nd is 1ºuYney adll~ted ,:
ORDINARY EXPIKSNSR. Iil
Asexsnr'sc"mnisrion ........... . 421 oo I11
tthderitfs' salary .... .... . o ac
\¥itnrese' al:,i .Illrors' clait s..... 1300o o n a
SSalfrites of Jutlticye ol the Peace o to
and 'orista le . ... ..
Per diemn and mileage of Police Ju- o at
'orts ........... ................ 0 I
rinting ................. ........ oo
tierving prorcess Itbeyond parish, con
veying IItn:atict io Asylum and
convicts to I'enttlntiary ....... " 300 00
Clerk ol Pollhce .ury.... /.......... "0o 00
,'reaIItrer .... 00 on h
Attorney " ............... OO O h
Sheriff~i attendanlce on Court...... ;o o o
Pantper ,o . o .
Levees. l:onds and Bridtlge. in ad- .
Oiliion lo t-r ; tpita tax and ve- on V
Idele I e t i . ... .... . . .. oo
Pariah !phys ian ..... ............. 12 oo
teialth oth-rer .......
Coroner's feesd itnquests ........ loo o00
t'lri'k of itisa rict Court............4. 0o oo
Dlstrirut AttorneyT. .. ........ . "1oo o10
.El.etion. ...................... 0 no
'eedtlilng prisoners ., ......... .. 2O 0
in Irl li:-l t anll htuliug for public 1
Otlicte sitplites, stationery and fur- .0oo oo
uture ...........' 00
.ple ch.tnldise for jailo ........... o oo
l'a menlt on TensaI bridge due in
1tn02 ... ............ ... ......
'total ordinary expenses ..... *4~!ol oo
NY.W .COUit HtOUSE.
l''iltei''il of live ontds and inter
rst oil |tRntht debt dlle .Inly 1.
It 13, payable out of 2; umills tax :14612 I1
Total .......... . .. ;i
P'resihent Police Jury.
C. S. W\VI.Y. Clerk.
Lake Providence. La., Nov. 27. 1901-30.
C(ll on the Banner
I)emocrat for pri)'cs on0
There is ino use to go to the worry and trouble n11lr
at lltnIlle to make llrcad andl Cakes when you "''"
can g'lot the finest f'oim yotr -Home Bakery. ~eoli
We are furnismhingll over two-thirds of the tli, i1
People of Providenlc-e with Bibeadl. Let us ,
lut you on our list and delivery it to you the li
Cvery I1Our'lling. aFi
WE MAKE *2 5i,)
Fruit, Jelly and Pound Cakes. TRY #i~
H. L. JONES,
THE LEVEE STREET GROCER- s,
HAS IN A LARGE STOCK. of a:
Apples, Oranges, Citron, Currants, l ,(
" Raisins, Jellies, Extracts of all kinds, ,''
Toys--Everything for the Holiday
Fresh Groceries Arriving Daily,
- 4j-11 s
GIL OUR S
<waBargailn Store.+ l
Dri Goods, Notions, Glassw8are and Crockrey 7)
e ave always on hand a,;
FINE LINE OF MOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. be
Xmas Novelties of all kinds. ":
Drop in and see our Millinery Goods. ;(
cIA4NGE C1ARS FOR w
Vidalia, St. Joseph and Lake Providence--is what we will soon bear. e o
0111 Providence has been on the map
aIloue time. The people no longer re
fer to Lake Providence ns a village, butI ..
as the Of)YAND COMING Town
re, on the new Gould I. K. a
One year ago we opened our Real I,
Estate Office in a little. obscwmo place,
but now our Office is the most import- le
Lant dot on the Lake Providence map. i li
Large Z eal Estate deals are consum
mated daily. You caq look on the '1'
street and see a crowd aiound our i
Office looking at the flattei'ing offers in n
Real Estate. n
of ground on the lst. of Dec. Pretty
. good for East Carroll dirt. isnt it? It a
is amusing to bear the wiseacres say, "I knew it all the time. I told you so," b
E. J. IAMLEY REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Lake Providence. La.
Holiday Times at
MILLIKIN'S BIO STORE!
we WAnT YOUR TRADING,
AND OffTER YOU SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IN
FINE Lllll -
> / FURNITURE, MAlTitNG, RUGS GLA$SWARE CfINAWARE,
Lqdies' Fine Dress Goods, Clpaks and Shoes.
TO For Gentlemen, we have Fine Clothing, Under
wear, Ncckwear, Stetson Hats, a~nd Shoes.
aIy mS cOanoPrs oF aLI 8 rol IIIm psa, anMD 11a0 IF You rAv v iy
TmIuI Llar Lrt Ir o or UsPa F lWORKS.
a OPEN AT ALL HUHS. ,
F *cttlnw #leaon.
"rt' ettg aQt.said Mr. -
rox. I'm pslo slowo but
"1 n Wbat?
"'Cu, re. I've been travelidg
armntfWitith Mrs. C - and the gifTs
nntil 'mn getting right refined. But
there's one thing 1 don't. think. I'll
aehl:eve. I don't believe I'll ever be
able to go into arn antique store and
tell the difference ketween brie-a-brao
and junk."-Washington Star.
Her Face Showed It.
"Good night, papa," said the sweet
"Huh!" grunted the old man, "that
ryoung fellow's gone, eb? I wouldn't
have anything to do with him, dear.
He's a conceited dude."
"Why, pa, you never even saw him.
Why' do you say that?"
"'Heca'ise if he wasn't he wouldn't
luse black cosmetic on the thing he
Sails a. mustache." - Pl'hiladelphia
The Reason Why.
"So you're going to be married again?
o To whom?"
"To my late wife's sister."
o "Is she handsome or rich?"
"Then why do you marry her?"
- "To tell the truth, it's be.ause I
o want only one mother-in-law!"-- citre
To Get It Off His Hands.
i "t THere's five cents." said the sharp
f #eatured woman. "You'll go and spend
it for whisky. You know you will."
y'I "Madam," responded Tuffold Knutt.
lifting his weather-beaten remains of
a hat with impressive dignity. "I arsk
- you not to believe nothin' of the kind.
- I'm goin' to smend it fur havin' me
1 hands manicured."-Chicago Tribune.
TOWN COUNCIL 'PRO- TSectio N
....Y.n : TThat for ea
CtDI S. hl,,ker, 0,0
LakC Provtnece. I. Nov. 1. 1i 01' shi pay as
%he i i It 3"aor an oard of Cou follows:
*glaen ,ofthe it eIrkt ' ovtidence con- shall be $1(
veuied at 3 o'clock pursuant to adiouirn When tr:
ment. bicle,.the ii
Present-G. M. 1 Franklin, Mayor; When tr
Conlilniah C. F. Davis, C. . t$elly, hi. heu Itr
J. WY. Pitlan anI V. S. M.tguire 'water craft
A hsentlll-tou ilmanlll N. FouOse anid, Sectiotn
Secretary W. II Fisher. T':hat for ev
Councilcnlan . 11. - Pittman was re- tel, \vhere
quisted l o nt as secretalry. ine41, the
LReiading of niniutes of session held nmbIllller of
Nov. 7 and 14 was postponed till next First CI
Inmeting rooms i is n
(In notion of Councilmllan Davis the be $10.
following License Orditantee for the se, ond (
)ear 1902. was adopteddt. to-wit : ricis is n
Al orrdinance to levy. collect and ItheI license
enfotrce pay melt of an annial license Providle
tax upon all petrstis or business Iirts i If Iluliig
andil corpora:tions piursting atny trl:ule, i-esti: a ted
profession, voalition ior business. except tels. bilt
those wlho are expressly exempt front proi':ided I
the pa) nient of suchl business Iv Art. ty pe'r ce'It
239 of thlie C,tistitultion anld Art. 171 of Setion
the Acts of the General Assembly of dained, 1'
LIoui.ii:in:a for 1898. er shop. v
Be it further ordrained hlv the Mayvo or tucre
and Coinnilulen oif the Town of Proiii- where tihe
ildence in regular sesjinon conlvent d-- I 00 .ti
S|ctton 1. 'Thlat there is hereby lev- ae ion
iled an annual license ftr the year 1902 iainel. I
upon each' person. assoelatioin of pert'- drover w
sils ior business iF.rs and corpotations moire, seit
persning itnyV trade, profession, voe:- less thai
tion. cilling or business within the license si
town of l'riovidence, parish of East Car- Seetint
roll, State of I.ouisiana, tbject to Ii-. dtined, t
cense tuder Article 239 of the Consti- root, ca
tution anll Art. No' 171 of the (-enetl liqtuor ex
Assemblyll of the State tof Louiisana of shop. bet
1l98, which license shall be graded atd place wh
fixedl .s follows: eaten on
Sec. 2. 'hat on every business of or ilnire
selling at retail. whether as ,princip'll on the g
or lgent, tlie license shall be hased Ol First
the gross annual lamonlt of sales. as sties are
follows : shall be
First Class. When gross sailes are Scon
fifty tlhousand dll:ars the license shall nial sale
ie $50. less that
Secondl Class. When gross sales are I$ 31.
forty thons:attnd dollars or ml're. and ll ' ird
nntler fifty thousittndl dollars, the li- nr:il sal
ce.nse snall lhe$40. less that
'Third 'lass When gross sales are $4'0.
$:ll(0,000( or more, and under $40,000, Fourt
the license -hall bIe $30. tal s:
Fouirtl Ciss. W hen gross sales a:re aitd less
$2i.5000 or more. and less than $30,000 be $55C
the license .-hall ble$5. P'roi
Fifth i(lass. When the gross sales charger
are *10.00(L) or imore. tand le than cl:arit
$25,t1100 the license shall be, $'20. provide
:xth Class. Wheni gross sales are sellir.g
$15.000 or more. and less than $20,000 oif any
the licelnse' shall be $15. malt lit
Seventhil Claes. \\'hen gross sales are pint. sit
S$3.00() or more, and less than $15,000, year or
the license shall be $11). Prv
EigliL t Class. When gross sales are fixed It
less than $5.000. the license shall be for the
Pronvided. That if any distilled, vin- every
i tus. in alt, o,r other kind of liquor he tables,
he stold itn 'onnt'('tion with the ibusiness Tr hag
of any retail nmerchant. grocer. oyster which
Ihouse or confectionery, in less tnanti of $5
ties thin live gallonis. the license shall shall II
he as hereinafter provided in Sectiont licens
13 if this ordinanee; which
Pirovildel further. 'hat no license cated.
shall Issue to sell liquor in less qua:ntll et
tie.s thI:n tlie gallOlns for less thlian $251) each t
Provided furthler. Tha'llit 'retail dirug sodail
stores, owned or controilled ntd man- &i., E
aged by a registered Ipharmacist anti on tht
selling vinhous. spiritous or alcoholic lons:
ll1uors in Bless luantities than onte Fir
iiquart as a idrig oir medicine only, shaill
pay the. license mentioned ill this see- es
tiloni. iandl shall not be reqnrt'el to proi e(
eure the licensei imposed as reltail i- are
t quor lealer. salotln &l:., undet this or- hie $
dinaince. ing at
Section Three. Be it further or to tab
initled. 'l'hat for overy wholesae n.er- Set
canlle business, whether prineipal, acted
agelit or cotmnlissioti, when gross sales or c
lre $25o31t,000 "r Ilre, the licellise shil iI fsi
be $1t0). When Ihe grt"ss sales aRte stetit
le~a thIn $-25,),00., the license shall )be lg e
$5. for b
Section Four Be it ftrther nrlaired, t
al i $50.(00 or nore. the license "hal Se
be $73. nloa
When the capital is less than $30,000 the I
the licet-ise shltll be$50. T
,'rction Five. He it further or- vidt
dnined. That fior everV omttbails or proft
regilatr coach (tr hitinliC hibsi;tess, col- Hiw,
lecting agency or agent, for the cl- grapI
lttlicti of mnonies, ac colnls, noti's &.. hess
anil for e\very business itf keeping ware- e
Ittise tur sttge roiti or land r. forth
where goo(ds and merchandise atre re- o
cetvedl and tdeliver'ed, the lic'nae shall llal
be b:lased on the grols annual receipts tiot
r of sali liiusiness as follows : 1
map First Class. Wlieii thei receipts are St
r re- i25.00110 or more, ithe licaaus sh:all be Fhia
Sbutlb $20. lighl
Lownr Secondl Class. When lhe receipts a lit
are less than $25,000, the license shall trav
Real be $itt. s
jlace, IProvided. T'hat warehoutses receiving The
port- less tIlan p350 per year, shall pay no hau
Uasp. license. the
tumc- Section Six. Be it further ordained. the
Sthe That each naid every debuenetre. re- ev
olr demilption conmpany or loan :intl inveslt.
r r i tn mneit copanv. whllether tldonliciledl in ''h
or olilt of the Sltlie. shall be suhjeet to wht
ares :tin ainiintal liceltse-talx is fllows: ton
rretLty First Clnas. Wlihen the gross receipts cen
? It ar~ $10.)000 or mnore, tihe licese ~hlhal
so," be $50. eve
Se'ondlClal u When the gross re- ly
reilts art' less than $10,000, the license p5
I. shall be $25.
-i SrciioiI Seven. Be it further or- Th
- ilaied. T'hat for carrying oi ench or
Itisiness of eli'ctric lhght or saw niill4nt
ployiig ten or more h:tnd. telegraph- T
ing. telepitoihiing, cettotn ginning, the 't
license shall hbe basedi oll the gross an
na:il receipts as ftIlltws:
E ProvidId i T'hat this section shall not TI
* apply to cotton gins ginning for hire co
Snot over fttur hultdreal bales of cotton d
S per annunl. pr
, First Class. When the rosa asnnual of
rect'ipts arIe titer $15.000, the licetnse i
shInll Iti $20 of
Secnittd Class. When the gross re- an
ceiltiS are less thati 15:000, the license th
Stctitn i .ght. That for every hni- t
ness of kieepintg a theatre or opera
. hontse. the lit'ettse shall he $10. to
d dr-Prtvii. T'hat nu mtseum . menag.
Lde erie. cirets tor tther traveling show ,F
shtlll Ie permnitted to make exhiihts
within the townt. titii.t.s they have- first it
a lil y paid a license basetd uipon the number t
of :ltt:c('hPe whether proprtletor5. per- lt
formers or other t-mployes. as follows :
--I- First Class. Whiti tile numhber of P
per.mtna is 30 or more, the hiceitse shall
Sbe $100. ,
Seetntl Cl ass WIhen lhe nnmblher f
persons is 30 or less, the license shall
ciA be $75 p
iTIhird Cllass. When the naultber of
lpearsaost is 10 or morl'. "*nt less thian
20. si,' licetlse lhall Ibe $50.
SFonrth 3las.. When the ntiiher of
persons is less than 10, the license
Section Nine. Be it further ordained, 1 power vers
That for emwh > a of itu insn t
hAwkerr, (Wer .,, plin,'IE t# of i o ")for dil
•e.get ,,blito4s ' • r II . the, court. i
shill paw sa in pIl gr;dicel as d do ol iNo
erede I in t
follows: -ry . nn..t . &.4,se ie .
Whe tllel # o the 1 let a true
tile Ial Gl
shall bhi $10. tmisioiler s
Whenl traveling in a one horse ~ e- election hI
bicle the license, shall be $25. . .. no i...
When trasveliun in a two-horse ve- tract Adel
hicle. the license shall be $75. toiP Yfr
Vhen travelin oin any kind of a ,.te own,
wtet' cr:ft, the li'1"ensi shall be $200; hands to a
1S ection T'en. Be it fuOr Ihr' nserlt M 'ae mn
'PThat for every )usiness of keeping o t10- + rTown
lel, where ,Itlging andl eating are coi-' der t P"ay
i4,1i4, the license shaIll he base, on the, asperisI t
S,,u:ber of rooms as follows: iaid town
1 First Class. When the number of i,ol
rooms is nine or more, the license shall aenitin-e
e hbe $10. * Said cotn
e e. uonit Class. When the number of to-wit :
rooiIs is morte ' han i and les than 9. FOR PRO
ti he license shall be $5. TIll
t Provihded. That for 'evenr' tltsinjs vote in i,,l
Is of lotlýing :ho,,e. the iic(lo' shall il, at;
e~iS t;ilattiid i lli this s5: 1 e b sis as fll' • h ,o- -
it tels. blt b r;l tlu:t4tl at tine-ha lf tal:'s, l'otal
llt provided that ,:,arding hlses ipay siX- A GAINsT
ty e(r celnt i tf 14i ' r: L , t ll .r ro . o"I nlTS
of hnie,| tl'hat forl. etach anti ever, th. Iu .h
er slhop. whtilr ti hil' l gross sal 's -'r.llt)00 Total t
o ,r l11u re the li.~(l.4 shall tie $'2 ; an, .M:,j(Oit
wii 11.11 e fl1e ),I'4 s s,,. t',Ir I1t4s t1ha, pV i)i''ii
$,,000. the license shu:i he $15 117.iP .
'- Section T'wIelve. Be' it hinrther tI'- votes(t,' s
02 Ilaineil. T'halt 1for each uitd everyv hllorse vahtlatitI
'r- drover whose sales are $,3.000 dollaitrsr Tif hie re
t$s more, sha11ll pay 1a htense of $15 If a niaiurit
Ile less than liie thou)s:aild doll1 s, the :tlx-'paYe
:Ie license shall lie '10. orn.itt
ar- Sctioln '1 hirteen. Bo it furlher tr- 1 iclard.
li-' dnined, That for every IhusiIess of bar- Iroullug
st- room, cabaret, coffe house, 1beer slomOi,
lat liquor exchange, diinking saloon, grog
of shop, beer house, beer garden or othier
trd place where anything to be drunlk lor Atte
eaten on the premises is sold (lirectly .1a1 t. M
of or indirectly. the license shall be based L. N. lte
9 on the gross an1nua:l sales as follows : W. F. P
Il First Class. When the gross annual Sworn
as s.les are less than $2,000, the license1 lth nay
shall be $250.
are Second Class When the gross en- Provide
1111 nual sales are' more than4 $2.10)0 a1nd '1 he
l,-s1 thau $3.0001) the license shall be Iy Co
are $354. 11t(n4lt
and 'i'tird Class. When the 'ross an- TIhal
Ii- n:l, siles 'are iInure than( $3.0t) t nil lio rdh
less than $4 0(1100), the license shall be Prvid
)00, Fourth Class. When the gross an- and c
Illnl sales are more t1an $1.000 speci'
are and less than $5,00(). the license shall Provie
,000 be $552. in at
Provided. That no licenlse shall be adoplt(
'les chargedl for selling refreslhmients for se1nse
than cha:rit:lle and religious plurpose: trud to wilh
provitdedl fnrtlr,. that Ilno eslahishrni ent ltonlis
are' sellirg or giving or otherwise dis)posing and d
,000 of •any spirltous. veinouls, alcoholic oi l"r lion o
malt lil('iu4rs in less utlautities than one electr
i are pil t. shall pay less than $250 for the to t(11
000, vlear r any part otf tile lear. of 5 Ii
Pro\'lded further, fhaLºt the lic(ense O
Sare fixed by this section) shall be collected intere
1 be for the year Ir any part of the year. slid
lie It further ordained. 't'hat for men.
vin- every business of keeping billiard bIv th
r he tables, pigeon hole, Jennie Lind. pool Court
iness or I(agatelle and ten11 il alleys, froml electi
wster which revenue is derived, a lilense' In
(Ilti of $5 f.r ea,1h such table or nlley. issue
shall shall be paid ill addition to any other 56 Vi
etion liten1se (due by the establishnment in Ag
which said tables or alleys may be lo- aggr
catse cated. ;i
illi. Bet it further ordained, That for tax I
$250) each alnd every htusiness of selling 650
drug sod(a water, Inea,l. conlfections, cakes A
m 11- &e., exclusively, the license shall he
hl on the gross annual receipts as fol- hbat
S 1h First Class. When the gross sales abo
are $2.000, the license shall he $10.
Sectol:d Class. When the gross sales said
i li- are $2,000 1or less, the license shallsaid
is or- he $5; provided, that druggists sell- said
ing soda water &c., shall be required by 1
r ors to take out a license under this act. o
ner- Section 16. Be it further en- to
il11, acted(, lThat for every iodividual 5a14
sales or co'nlmpany, carryilg on the pro- tin
ll fessio(n (f. (r 1Itusiness aglncy of the
ste1amhIoats, draying, truckilg kelp- sult
all inIg cahs, carriages, backs or hlorses .
for hire. 1he litense sha5ll lie lbased on I the
ae the grrss alnnual receipt as 1 follows: 1e
e First Class. Whenr. gross an u-eal
,rite receilpts are $1.00)0 or more, the
e enp1i- license shall he $15.
Shall Seco)nd Class. When .the gross
nnua4l receipts are less than $1,0.0
i0,000 the license shall he $10;
That for every individual or indi
er or- viduIls carrying on the business or T
bus or profession of lhy,)'ician, attorney at
htw c11- law, editor, dentist, occtlist, phot0o
e '1)- grapher, jeweler, or any other btusi- will
.ness not herein provided for, shall ,r
bware- be graded thie same as asove set or
r forth;but the license shall be one- i,,
1r 41 halt of those established by this see- 1 I
ei1 tioi; provided that no liceuse shall ea,
issue tor ltss than $5. I
pts are Sction 17. Bc it further resolvetl, 1
hall be That all traveling vendors of stoaes, law
lightning roads and chlocks, shall pay 11s
receipts a licenses annlanlly of $200, whether tx,
se shall traveling as peildlers or not.
Sectioll 18. He it further ordained, til'
ciin That for every business of draying or aru
pay no hauling for hire or running a hack, th,
the liceinse shall he 85 for each and su
ir. re- every vehicle employed. Cn
vet Section 19. Be it further resolved, 154
'4ri ( In That eqch and1 every cotton buyer ml
hje 1t to who buys annually 1000 h)ales of cot- co
s: ton or less, shall pay anu annual li- a
receipts cense of $25. v
ss shall Second Class. That each and $8
every cottoln bluyer who buys annual- *
rss re- lv over 1000 hales of cotton, shall at
S1'e ayI an annuall license of $50.
Section 20. Be it further ordainedl
ther or. That no license he issued uuder this Io
" i 'I-h ordinance for less than $5.
ill grns- Section 21. He it further ordained,
leratph- That for carrying on the business of
i al undertaker, the license snall be $5.
rr Section 22. Be it further ordained,
shll not TlhaIt the method of determining andt
for hire collecting licenses under this or
I cottoln djiance, shall be thile same as
provided by Act 171 of the acts
u nnal of the General Assembly of Louis- F
e liceise iraa for 1898, for the collection
of State licenses, and that the fines
r ros re- and penallties for any violation of
icese this ordinance shall be the same as
rr hnprovided by Act 171 of 1898, and by
S the charter and ordinances of this
. menag- Section 23. He it further ordained,
it T1 'lihat all laws o(r parts of laws in con
h he first i filet with this ordinance, are hereby
a nu lber repealed, and that thia ordinance
torr. per- shall take effect from and after Its
* iollows : I
lmber of paassage.
1ense shall Section 24. Be it further ordained,
That when two or more ordinances
es e shall are combined, except as herein ex
pressly provided for, there shall be a
itm|rer -of eperate jicense required for batk
less than kind of business.
Inb ler of REPOlORT OF SUPERVISOBRS.
he license State of Louisiana, Parish of East Carroll.
Ble it rememlbered that, by virtue of thie
power vested in ua by law. we. W. I
lunn, W\. C;. Melnae and J.. N.'f rner, eon
t itieting the Hoard of 0tepervisors ol Kie
tion for said parish and State, repaired to
thle court ihouse of said parish on the S1tle
d:y of NoveClher. Ikil; at noon. and pro
ceeded ill tilCepresenele ,it the three under
csignlet conimptetent witness to make in trip
let a true comlipiled -'ilelneent, as shiown lby
tile lact o the sworn returns of the coli
misiiinercs of election ol the result of tlihe
election held oil Novetmber 14. 1911:11. for
.eleft . ., n -f4TI fl19'to Con
tI trect adelbt of twenty thoUsanld t(2t.eOHJ)
topny tor Flte efection" r, 9Qc rclhase of ci
colhltidcd *a eIwcrkednt ight system for
.1heJsowu. audju evi ieuce thereof..to issue
hllinds to i d amlnlollnt. bearing interest at
Itae aLtep j tIaIte Ll aenti.ud.aid ipaY
abl e eesC fcv iye desiVgCllted by the .lMaer
a.l Toul tcloujn'iouf L1' cvideace. nalin ot
der itolay su[eitO 1Vy euld assess utlluiylly
aspelctl taxsuive ills ou t.he dollcaoftthe
i ssessed valuation of the propeqty in
said town beginnlling with the year 1 3º and
'jtion.cot.ex.eedtal ieri4- Per; 4lntll a
sulfhcient land has been provided to pay
the interest anil principal of said bonds.
Said comlpiled statement being as tollows,
FOR pIOPOSITION SI:nMlT'rTlED IN CORPORA
TIrN 'I OWN OF i'P.cVID)LENE.
vote inc nulilcberi. val lation property.
I Total c;,
I AAIN'sT pROIOSITION SIuT:IIITTKLD IN COR
PORATION TO'WN OF I'ROVIDCNCE.
vote ill tnimber. valuatioii property.
SI Te t at i $till7(1
alijcri ill nuitiner and in faver of said
S .ic ~t cili . tili in mi aj rtly. In V lt:tlctio
f propef iv" in favor of siid propositiou.
. ld out of I total nuilber of 63
i votes casatt said vlrcliou ti ad otIt of a total
valuatio Iriperty ot Ii).~f voted at
said eleCllO, .
The 1id r i.e i!s rc cd election shicovling that
a a natluritY in luelllt and mlllont of thet
e l:eX; alulel It sal Ito . I li iiile i as. elect
ecr-. hc oed ill tavor f lihe prIeclo jtiolt
slllllll i tedl. thle saildl plopositlon is hiereby
ei.lctr.Al edelpt'.l IindJ itl MiolVe ileebereby
proullgated a the result of said election.
W D. IC. Ilnn.
S\V. (' M .letae.
,las. N. Turner.
r Board of Supervisors.
r Attest :
" .Tae. S. Millikin,
K. N. Ike.
W. it. t'owell.
WV. F. Patesl'ring.
i Swern to aend slhserlbed before meon the
l 11th Ctay of NovertnoIr. 11. In triplientet
k. '. IliAt'KlIUILN.
Cierk adil ex-clticio Notary l'utlic.
Providence. Li.. Nov 24. I!ill.
'1lice followiig ordilanllce offered
Si h ' C(ninti ilililn )Davis wtas unani
Icetlll d ill opted :
n- 'Ihat wherens, The Mayor and
li o:irl of Couicilinien Of the town of
be P'rvideince have this day taken up
antid canvaessed the returnts d the
j speli cial election held in the town of
all Providenice len Novelmber 14, 1901,
in accliortdance with an ordinance
be adlopte,'l October 9, 1901. to take the -
ior sense of the voters of said town as
ill t . whether said town shqukil issue
nit bonds t to the anllllt of twenty 1l0ous
tle and dollars to ply for the cobstrtUC
ol tion of a svsteitn of waterwollrks and
lie electric lightls for the said town, and
e to altthorize the levy of a special tax
eof a5 Mills to pay the principal and
tel interest on saidl hilds. We, the
:said Mayor arnd Board of Council
for len. ha:ve found the result as shown
aold ih the said returns, .isubmitted by the
toll Coullnissioners a!pointed to hold said
cni election, to lie as folloews:
l In favor (of said proposition to
ley. issue said haondls and levy said tax,
her 56 voles, :gLregatien 8: 8.:120.
ill Against sallil Irccposition, 6 votes,
lo- aggregating $10.670.
Givilln it majority in favor of saold
for tax of 50( votes in numnber and $77,
g 650 in attmcount.
kes Aund the returns of baid election
tIoe compiledd nncl romulgateed by the
fol.- lard of sulpervisors of the parish of
E:cist Farroll being the samte as the
le. 't'herefolre he it ordained, That
ale said pre opoition has heef shown by
hall said returns to have been carried at
irell- said election, alld has been carried
irel lIy a majority in number and amount
act. , .f the -roperty tax.pay.ers of said
el- town qulihfied to vote, and votilg at
,dutaltstai elhecticen, tend that said prcepoi
pro- tilned is lereley declared aeleoptel, an0
y of thee thieve is 1jrcelltlgated as t·he re
eep- lctuitt f .ild electien.
re 1 "I'lere teiei nlit ftrntler business,
i o the liarct adljoturned till next regular
iualttt 0. M. FlRANKII1N, Mayor.
te .J. W. Prra~iAN, acttilg, Sect'y.
d E-lection Proclamation.
se (r Tow.n tot PIr'oVide'ncle, La., in regard to
y at Waterworka and Light.
hotH- Be it known and renembvred. That
butti- wiVlerea . nt clection was heldiI tile town
shall of l'rovidenctec. oJtllhina. oei Noveniher
se 14c1. c01. er ithe priiose of taking thie sense
set or tlhe properly t:lax-plyers of said town to
o te- incur dleit of twenty thouuaid 4lara. to
- ee issue IOlls tllerefor anltd to ievY l tax of
Se5 millns to py thie prtineipal and laterest of
shall said bollnis; and
Where;as. The returns of said eiection
elPl, werl dulty caIVnesed bhv tile MZayor and
T'oollw Couneil of L'rovidtncp. it retrhar tand
to s, ilawfMl aessionled coliveied on Noalvemiler
11 pay lltl. 0t, lanld the result tlhereo( declareld
. to lee ire favor of incelrring said debt. issut
ieter i dl stid hotndee nl tevylngsnld tax b now
'Thereltere. I, G. M. Franklini Stsvor of
aied, the town of Provideelce. biy virtue of tihe
ho autBhority vested in ume by ltaw and by the
in o ordinance ol the council, l[. heltey declare
hack, lhIt thi elretheeoluild on Nov. 14. 19i1. re
at d town coWunneil of Providence.1 4., to il
cur a debt of tlwetty tliodacnd dollars. tg
olvet, issae o-eds theel'for.klo levy I tax tlf lv
mills to peitv tlhe prlenipal and InteOat o
iauyer ald bonds. Said naoncy to Ie nsed for thi
if tot- colestrueltion ,,f c eotillcied waterwork
c i aed it svte for tie town ifProevdlene
At caid election tilere were esl4 leg
votesl, repreaentlnd a propeetey value
b and S1.:isl,. thlae.i number SI) votes repr
innal- seating a propertt valelatldn 61 *77,6i
n t were ic favor of thl;delbt, honds tend ta.
shall and 6 votes'representinlg a propcty, vaIu
tion of $l1.670l were'opposed to llid. dteb
nboei'. abnd tax. ThlUs gavin'. a najority
lalnel So vote in lnumber and $77.e1l in atnou
er this in favor of said dalt. bonds and tax.
i(Vlen ulnder tiny 'olfcial stiltllre tC
the 2ith day of Nov. 19eel.
ained, iG. M. FRANKlIN,Mayor.
ness of T. J. POWELL, acttig Scctetary.
e Nov.30. 1u511.
n e an1d
ce acts The Star-Arliagton (now named (lun
Lotis- plantatiole. lees Iceen :a-osraP" and all p
Iection on are herey prohitrtetdf.om huntlig
this properrt, or they will be prosecu
be fiaes according to law.
tion of . W. CIlUMP, Ownue
ate as Nov.23. 1l01.
hall be a
*?" HE I RtW O)YAL' is ;the
S machine .i de. We have "rh [
as. 3oyal in .'Drop lHeact" and -.Upri
i Carroll. Satisfaction guaranteed.
u s of the J. S. MII LI