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%T SPRING!! On the best Whiskies. Table Wines, Etc. Tobacco
and Cigars,-Imported and Domestic.
Agent for W. J. Lomp's Brewing Co., and Wright &
Buck Beer in Cask. Case, Keg. Bottle and Glass,
.RnGlG1T FROM THE KEG AND ICE..-.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
The only Place who serves Lunch at any time, day or
night, Is at
LEHMANN'S JUG HOUSE..
StLtlt'da , Api il 12, 1902.
Clifton F. Davis,
El'al E1 s tate Aggt.,
Lake P'rovidh nee, La.
hIAVING JIST FINISIIED A COMPLET
&B TRACT OF' ALL II}E LANDS IN EASi
.Atitl(RLI. I AM PRIEPARED TO FI'RNISH
4BSTACTS OF TITLES ON SHoRT NOTICE,
E. WAYIES BROWNE,
FTENOGRAPHIER AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Local and Parish News.
Fishink eh 'ould he first class when
the Idke starts in falling at a rapid
TIhe town was crowded last Satur
lay, and Ihe stores did a good busi
The Police Jury met on Tuesday
and transacted a large amount of
The raint came down pretty heavy
Sunday night, asliter threatening all
das to do It.
Mr. E. J. lHamltey returned Thurs
day after attending a meeting of the
l'lanltation work is a week or mor4
behindtl this %eason on account of the
rain and had weather.
With the four frit stands now int
town, there is no trouble to get all t
kinds of fruit. They keep a first class a
'ari tly. it
The New Orleans packets are niow y
'carrying very little cotton. 'These k
boats will soon be running at a loss to 1
The river is on the rise again at this
point. We do not think there is the
four feet of water in eight reported h
that we would get.
Mrs. Chas. It. Egelly and Mrs.J. M. c'
Kennedy went to Vicksburg last Sat.
urday on the Belle, returniug by the tt
same boat 'l'uesday mornuig. g
Mr. J. W. Cramp, the hustling 0
manager of the big Tyrone plautation,
went to Vickshurg last week, return.
Ing on the L)elta last Sunday. M
Hon. Phil MtbGuire returned ldit M
Sunday, and his many friends hope to A
see his smiling countenance for some. -
time to come. He is in good health hi
The Monarch shirt has the reputa- c
ion. l'bhis is why more of the Mon.
arch's are worn that any other kind.
White is the only agent in Providence Is
for the Monarch.
'TIe many friends of Mrs. W. N. to
White will be glad to learn that she sh
has recovered from a very severo spell be
of sickness, which she suffered with th
for two or three days. frt
Mrs. J. G. O'Sullivan and daughter, an
Miss Gertrude, with two or three Rol
other ladies, went down to the second
ward last Sunday to spend the day and
'partake of a big turkey dinner.
Mrs Will Reid and pretty daughter
came over from Shipland last Sunday W11
to spend a few days with her parents. tih
isrs Reid took in the big excursion on CaI
the Island Queen last Monday evening. urt
The people who own property on POt
Levee street, and the merchauts who
do hbtetneas on that street, should cer.
tatuly receive some attention at the
bands of the street and bridge oom-:
Rev. J. H. Martin, presiding elder of see
the St. James A. M. E. church, arrived the
last week and held conference in the the
differeut churches of the parish, and bri
will hold quarterly conference here to- the
The plank walk leading from Cap- the
tain Purdy's warehouse to -the, levee loo
bas beenu put in first class order, and
he is now ready sbould the water out
come out of its banks, which it is more fat
4bau likely to do.
Mesari. C. A. Voelker and J. S. Rid. r
1nug, with a buggy full of fine anj o
manly looklingboyr, were in the city ol
on Monday. Mr. Voelker said that
they were ready to plant on the big Se
Panola plantation. h
Rev. Mr. Boberg left last Sunday to
attend the meeting of the Episcopal ¶
C~ouncil, which met in New Orleans vac
on Weduesday and Thursday. Col. mo
W. H. Benjamin, of the second ward, Wh
also attended the council meeting. thet
Last week our popular and energetic whi
bsheriff, Mr. J. W. Dunn, niade 'his wit
quarterly settlement, amounting to ball
'$10,128.29 with the State Auditor. be
He is alwtys among the first in the Not
Sftate to send i his settlement. to b
The river took a regular summer
salt from Sunday morting to Monday 0
emorniog. Sunday morning it showed Rae
a decline of a tenth and ont Monday evei
iPortinolg it showed a rise of a tenth look
and a half. It didn't eoen come to a ets
If we are going to bare a fair this He I
fall, now is the time to start the moveh the
snent. Let us have it by all seoi., bii'
and let it be grander and on a isrger ,ea
scale than the last three. No one me
kuows the amount of good these fairs and
.are to our town uand parish. hac,
.Hoo. J. B. Snyder, a prominent St. do n
,totney ef Talluilab, came up last Sun. ltjio
;day to Ottend to some civil matters be- not I
fore the court, which convurened on
Monday. Mr. 8nyder I ss popular j l
gentlemsa and has many fliends bee dagh
who are always glad to see him. ietal
Get a free sample of Chamberlaie-s' da-.
Btomoach and Liver Tabldes at Ge.-..
-mard'. drou store" They yre easir to ic
tke end more pleasant in effeet than Mi
ptilla. Then their use is not 'olloted vislti
by constipation as is often the eem diffea
with pills. Regular ai seo, 26. per bot. fw
Whea you wake up with a bad tuaste The.
a¼ your mouth, go at ones to J. 8
+ j 's drug store and get a h N(
.i 1 Chamberlain's Stomael and rowe
lf,7e. One or two dueses il retur
:i i . -well. They siso core bill if it
'els headache and oonstlpa- queat
A hayseed from the town below,
Came up to 's this morn'
And said, 01hd man are you Hamley?"
He did as sure's you're born.
Said he. ".I've been told you sell dirt
with good 'gl ace.
Will you kindlly sell this that I have on
'"I am in need of the money,"
Said the Jay with a sigh.
*'Anll as I've kept it from water,
Youll will find it lquiteilry'"
Said I °'For some purpose your dirt
may be nice,
But the land that I want must be
suited for rice."
Now water was not in his line,
lie was a trnlin) quite true.
And at me 'he looked quite surprised,
Not knowing what to do.
For well lie knetv,-if he did'nt he
I'hat rice lands must often be flooded
Never mind, perhaps the next man
hat comes will have something more
salable. At all events. just bear in
nind my name and address; and when
ou want to buy or sell land you will
now where to come.
l'HE E. J. HAMLEY RFAL ESTATE
The Providence iardware Co.
cave everything for screen doors and
rindows. You should 'Ix your borne I
omfortable for the coming sut
aer, and you can do it with little cost t
o you by seeing the handsome line of
auze. springs&c. See their big line
t furniture atd crockery.
Holl. Robt. ~Nicholson, of the first
rard, President of the Police Jury;
Ir. CObas. Hope, member of the second,'
Ir. Phil McGuire of the third, Mr.
M. Nelson of the fourth and Mr.
W. Jay of the fifth, were on
and at the meeting of the lion. Body I
aid on Tuesday. The proceedings ,
to be found it another cdiumn.
We have not been having our regu.
r two mails a day for the past two
eeks, which is a great inconvenience
the business people. The mail that
ould leave in the evening has not
3n going out, but is held over until
e next morning. This is caused 0
om the washouts on the railroads
d tbhe damage to railroad bridges
uth of Vlcksburg.
iPointing the Way
One who knows should 'point the C
cy for one who do'es not know. In D
e line of our business we know and at
n tell values which will give pleas. gi
e. Our knowledge is at your dis. Ia
sal. We want to show you. pi
E. J. HAMLEY REAL ESTATE de
Tetesas bridge Is now in first class H
aditlon. The Police Jury should re
ithat the bridge cdmpanuy pays for dr
) necessary repair work, caused by
lIr delay in not finishing the iron
Idge. It is nothing but right that o'
ry should be made to'foot the bill. i
.Fischer did a first inlss job, with h
assistance of Mr. Poludexter, who i
ked after the work. m
rhe'Flscber plaining mill is turning ha
Sall kinds of fancy mouidlng and an
cy pickets, besides tonguo and thu
rve flooring and ceiling. All or- or
a sent to this company from any uci
nit along the river between G(reen. no
a and Vicksburg 'will receive fai
mp attention, and it city prices.
Id your orders to this company
en yot want anythiug in thibs lie res
The town of Providence has not a sh
ant rdsIdence, and if there were sur
re they could easily find occupants. Ira
on the railroad in completed and lea
re is a rush of people to our town, wit
Ich Is bound to be, some person ,l
h money anid pnsh should go in and the
Id several nice cottages, which will Go
roond to be a' paynlug investment. ste
r is the time for such a movement us
•e luobhed. clol
)ar able Congressman, Hon. Jros. E the
tedell, arrived beme last Thurbday
slag to resal several days
tlng after his latge planting inter.
HBis mary friends were glad to
him lookilg in excellent health.
told ae that be bhad no fear as to G
~outoom of the rivers and harbors
'md btit it would surely paUs as it
e'frm the Seenaie. There are few P
lan gallres who has the energy trtc
pre4vereped tlst our member rai
-ud'for this tfdgab and others, we cud
aof hellesb e wilt have auny oppo. ord
ai for 're-n~metlion. He should ws
-have ay. the
le Bella Foulch and Reginoa, thbe ws
ihter of Mr. and Mrs J. W. Dunn, ay
red from New Orlensoe lit Mon- in A
Mi FuLosich went down to be the
atcat the marriage of ber. sister, a cc
_a took place last week il that city. beln
I. C'urioe Wite, who has been rl
log some of lI6r school friends In
realse of Teixs for tbe pet W
mo- iwas welcomed home on bru
TICI~.--The person who bor. edge
, my Acme Harrow will please fas
a it with thanks. Return it even thre
Is a'xbroken condtitbi, and no re
iouns will be asked. ml
SJ. . CRULP. .oo
Col. R. 'I'. TFord, owner of the fine
Buckmealdow plantation and a prom
Ilient resident of old Carroll before
the war, arrived last Sunday to arpend
a monlth or six weeks on- his planta
tion. It has been ten years or more
since Col. Ford was here to look after
his property. There are few left of
the old planters and aristocrats of
aule helium day.; time is thinning
out their raIrks, and soon all will have
passe( to the unukowu shore. Col.
Ford is now over seventy-five, but is
very wehf preserved, and we are glad a
to learn is enjiing good health. The
Baisier-Democrat wishes him a pleas
ant visit lu his old home on Buck
Mr. Line, manager of the Camber- y
laud Teledphone Company, started 'his
gaug of rime last Saturday moruing
constructing the telephone liue out in
the Joe's bayou section of this parish
and also to Lost Island. The Idrge F
number of citiaens living out there
will find the telephone a great conven. N
ience to them in many ways, who
should appreciate the service given ,
them by the company. As soon as
this branch is cotmpleted Mr. Line will
start the erection of the line to 'Tallu
lab. Not enough df the people living F
along the river front and along Old
river to Voelter's, where it would con- jti
nect with the lake line, seemed to Ih
be progressive enough to want it.
One of the bridge men who was; di
here last fall erecting Teiesas bridge,' d
arrived last Sunday. lie told us that is
the necessary iron to 'complete the di
bridge had been shipped about three
weeks or a month ago, and that its fit
delay'fu arriviug was the fault of the w
railroads. lie said that he was trying re
to find out where it is now tied up,,
but so far had failed. As soon as it
arrives work will be resumed and the D
bridge oompleted as soon as possible. i
It is our opinion that the contractors M
are very much to blame in the long wi
delay, and should be made to pey for, ilk
bhe heavy expense in putting the 1,t
bridge in such a conditidh so travel rin
could go over it. to
Rev. J. L. Elbert, one of the energet- sal
c and progressive colored ministers of he
iur town, who is always doing sote. ho
bhng for the benefit of his people, is ers
tow at work tearing down the old of
Church building in the tpper part of the
own, abd will erect its its place's nice, ma
attractive hall, to be used by the pub- age
Ic. for entertainments, meetings and amo
;atherings of all kinds. He intends to oul
ive it a nice appearance and to make the
I comfortable, and will charge a small bet
ent for its use, the proceeds of which bui
rill be-used in beautifying his church. con
1ev. Elbert is a first class colored man. ats h
rho is highly respected by every one 'tec
u our town. era
Take Time. froi
It will pay you to see what:we have the
I interest-to take time to come i, the
eamine and -tbuy. You'll find plenty enh
f the most desirable Real Estate and the
e'll make it surely to your interest to thr
te us and buy here. wot
E. J. HAMLEY REAL ESTATE bolt
"A neighbor ran in with a bottle of tied
hamberlain's Colic, Cholera and if et
iarrboea Remedy when my son was
tfferiug with severe cramps and was 'f10
ven up as beyond hope by my regu-. Dl
r physician, who stands high in his
'otession. After administering three Sbdi
,ser of it, my 'son regaineda'consoloue
tse and recovered entirely withint
oenty-four hours," says Mrs. Mary
aller, .of Mr. Crawford, Vs. This siOt
medy is for sale at J. S. Guenard's excC
ug store. auep
The early closeitg of bthe stores at 7 adva
:lock by our merchiauts duritg all of that
it winter is greatly appreciated by the
e clerks, and now that aummer time pose
approaching the hour should be look
tde at 6 o'clock or hilf past six diect
nre of the merchants say though, all shor
ve not lived up to the agreement, lug, I
d that some store keepers close msde
sir tront doors, but keep their back -on
side doors open and carry on busi- and
-s. "If tnhis is a'act it is not right, wort
r sle it treating'the Other merchanot the b
_r. Walter G;oodwin, who bhas rep. of,"
entel lRosek Co.. the great Chica- to fl
talore, for the past fifteen years, is The ]
swing a handsome line of epring and gawt
,mer salplee. He has had a large excl
de in this lelgth of time with the ists
diung citiaeus ot our parish, and liug
b .every one of his coustomers has crap
'ave giv'eu perfect satlsfaction as to Iof fo
quality of goods and fit. Mr. sides
odwin dilplays his samples at the
re of Mr. Franklin, and he wishes Th
to say that those who purchase has 1
thea through bin. need not take stock
m if they do not fit in every way. cile It
COAL OIL. prrl
Our prices on Coal Oil horf
cts, '1eots and 14cts per
V. M. Purdy & Son. "I
Ir Kilbourn, who has a small con. Cougl
: ot'grading on the line of the new lug fr
rddd. commencing at our State line M4. Ct
working up, was in town on Sat- maket
ay last. He informed us that Ihere been
not much beadway being made by Dispe
contractors On account of the con- this vi
ed bad weather. He salid that be peate
the only coutrator who had done bened
work betwaen the Biayd Macon all chb
rkausts'ad the La. line, except live ft
right'of way, whlith Is eared for boore
ndiderable distance No work is boars
a dons in this plrisl, nor will be, to try
re the latter part of May or the are ll
of Juane. the re
illie havis, a young negro, w a
bight down front Aebtot ot Moo. The
for a ihost brutal crime. He was from t
glgtBg end a marse essanding at the ago'
of the water not moving away back f
enough to eats him, thbi brute ibbosgi
r his gig into hbar side, brealing days f
of her ribe'and cantsing the ani- iedini
to die. There ils ,no peuslhment Other
verte for Dravis to autter, of ens
A Good Capture.
Last Tuesday morning deputy sher
ifi Runter, with the assistauce of Wil
lie ickey, arrested George Newton,
alias Frank Brown, colored, wanted in
Riclrlaud pariah for murder commit
led two years ago this month. He,
with three other negroes Waylaid
and killed Dr. Parmell for the pur
pose of robbery, and all were caught
except Newton, who made his escape.
The three were tried and convicted.
two paying the death penalty on the
scaffold and the other going to the
peuitentiary. Newton was bunted,
but efuded arrest until uGw. He has
been ill Mexico, Missouri, Texas and
Mississippi, but could not stay away
from the scene of his crime and was as
near Richland parish as he thought it
was safe to be. 'l'hrough the faithful
colored deputy sheriff of Mr. Dunn's,
who has made ma'ny captures before,
with the assistance of Willie Dickey,
amother colored mau, the 'capture was
made by covering him with a navy six
and causing him to throw up his bands.
Riev. J. L. Elbert, who knew Newton,
went to the jail on Tuesday and iden.
tided him as the man. There is a re
ward of $350 for his capture, which
will go ro the deputy sheriff and his
asistant. Sheriff Dunu notified sher
iff Traylor of Richlaud of the appre
hension of the murderer, who is said
to have been the instigator of the kill.
ing. Mr. Traylor arrived Thursday
and took him t't~dk, where Newton
will suffer for his crime.
A Catechism Lesson.
Old Gent-Little boy, who made
Old Gent.-Who made your clothes?
Little Boy-The Famous.
Old Gent--Who compose The
Little Boy-M'r. Buck Hamilton and
Mr. Sammtnie Kennedy.
*Old Gent-What neatly dressed
young man is that walking with his
Little Boy-That's Mr. Harry Ethel.
Fle had that duit ordered by The
Famous. D)on't he look nice, though?
Old Gent-tie does, by golly! I'll
just take that young tman around to
he house and knock him down to my
P. S-One month later a nicely
Ireseed young man was seen walking
lown the street with five young ladies
acked to hint. It was the opening
lay of Guenard's new soda fountain.
Poor Harry I But his clothes will
it anid look all right when the soda
Pater and the girls have 0!l1 evapo.
"ted. THE FAMOUS.
A hitter was received by Mr. C. F.
)avis on Saturday last from Mr. Fred
oudson, third vice president of the
demphis, Helena and Louisiana Rail.
ray Company, stating that he would
ike for all expropriation suits against
and owners who have refused to give
ights of way through their property,
ribe decided by the court not later
ian fhe first of May. Mr. Hudson
aid that he would come in person to
elp with the proceedings. It is to be
oped that the two or three land own
re who have refused to give the right
f way, will yet do so. We believe
3ey will-tor they are 'certainly too
tagnanimous, as we said a few weeks
0o, to want to see their neighbors p
id friends have to pull the money
ut of their own 'pockets to pay for
sir land that they will receive no
nefit from, except to see the railroad'
uilt through the parish. If it shall
.me to the courts to decide the valu
ion of the little amount of land
.cessary, the committee of free hold.
a appointed by the court to assess its
iloation and the damages accruing
om the railroad runinug through the
ud, should take into consideration
e assessed valuation as it appears on
e rolls and the great benefit and
hanced value to the same land when
a railroad is completed and running
rough it. It seems to us that one
uld off-set the other, and the free
Iders would say that the property
is benefited more than it was dam
ed, ,and the owndrs were not enti
d to over half of its assessed value,
oven that much.
Me who Ina ApUl date their yealrs,
noebls shall wear,less bitter tears,
e deslrhiu wealth, If not tee late,
aid buy of RAII EY'S REALESTAIE.
Lbe large and magnificent excur
n steamer Ilanud Queen, gave an
:rsion on Monday last under the
pices of the Lake Providence Band.
rut three ;hundred people tooi
rantage of the outing, and they say
t the itancing hall on this boat was
inest they ever saw for the pur
e, but the crowd of men iu charge
ked rather tough. The'band boys
:oorsed nice music, and for the
rt time that they hare beeu play.
,uar'e diojng real well. The boat
de a rather short elcursion thourgh
uly 'going as far as Mayersville wh
'returning-and it was hardly la
*th the money. No sooner than goo
boat touched the landing on her taki
irn, the men in charge of ier
ed out'*Providence, everybody get tuR
'and time was hardly given them 1
inish the dance that they were in.
Island' Queen is a regular Ooating
ubling institution, anud it is not the A
arslon business Where the money by
ade, but the many robblug gamb- day
devices. There is rolette, fairs, cam
tables, slot machines and wheels ar
rtuse to catch the suckers, be- las
sa regular bar. and
he East Carroll Drug Company b
been organized with a capital bad
k of $50,000 and to have Its domi
In Providence. The atockhotders
among the leading citizens of the
bh, We understaud that the com- T
Swill be ready for husiness in a td
t time. o
A VALUABLE MrEDIulIte Toe
ougahs and 4olds in Childzen. mad
have not the slightest heaitancy mak
recommendiug Chambtrlalo's f
pb Remedy to all who are suffer- and
rorm coughs or colds," says Cbas.
Tramer, '&q,a well known watch M
or, of Colombo, Ceylon. "It bhas vt
some two ydars sine the City bae
ensary Brsat called my attention to go
raluable medicine and I have re- boys
adly used it and it has always been dur
eial. It has cured me quickly of
aeat colds. It is especially 6ffee.
for children and seldom takes
than one bottle to care them of
ueness. I have persuaded anys y
Stbhis valuable rpedicine, and they
it ia well pleasoe uas myself over oy
esults." For sale at J. S. Gee
's dr'og store.
Slate has not 'fallea over a foot the f
bthe thaey raine that fell ten days plies
It looks like the water is held bette
from some sause. Many peromn coml
hbt that It would only take a few Silet
for it to go down, bat they are nrd
og out tbat they were midstakeno.
r ay it will be ner the midtle
maer before it gets low atga. poUl
7 AT .
When you want SHIRTS that are properly made in
every detail, buy the
You not only get the best of MATsRtAL and woRK
fMANSHIP, but a roomy garment that FITS, LOOKS
WELL and is % PLEASURE TO WEAR.
We have them from 14 to 17 1-2.
Colo'ed Negliges, Percall and Madras.
at $ 0 "to $150
White Pique Negligee. soft finish, at $S 00
White Linen Bosom,,Plain and Plaited, at $1 00 to $1 50
White Linen Bosum-,Full Dress, at $100 to $150
Arrow Brand Collars and Cuffs in all the latest styles.
COLLARS, 2 FOR 25cts
In Men and Boys'Spring
we are offering extra good values.
Men's Balbriggan Shirts from 34 to 44 and Drawers
to match, 30 to 40. Suit $1 00.
Boys Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers, 26 to 32.
Men's Bleached 'Drill drawers-could not be made
better if you paid more. The cloth, the best summer
weight Pepperall Drill, at 50cte.
XX WINDOW SHADESXXX
Trimmed with wide Lace and Fringe and Inserting.
'Colors-Sage, Light Sage, Peacock Blue and Nile Green.
Sizes 3-ft to 6,ft, at 50 and 60cts.
x x WHITE'S, xxx
_ TIlE OLD RELIABLE
Fine Wines, Liquors & Cigars. e
Billiard and Pool Parlor.
Scbllt '"llwairkee Bottle Beer and Christain Morleeli
Keg Beer always on Hand.
"Old Foresterp' a Specialty.
PHIL. J, McGSUIRE & CO,, Proprietors,
THE GUENARD DRUG STORE,
J. S. CUENARD, Proprietor,
la. Siee4. : : LAUK PROVIDENOAl, I.
DRuniG, IDICI II CHEIICAIS. C, PATET IKDICMI.
Carries a Full IA-. of
Plants, Ols. Varmlnshn, rsbes, Taiet Soaps, Perfumery, Books,
Fine Suatlonery and Bless.
Prescriptlons Aoourately Compounded.
SiM's BigH groery Rouse
. - AND- -
We Carry a Complete ad Fine Line I
Pat'ronaae sohoited. Guiarantee promptness.
_all us up over eithe_, '_hone.
ý" Are You Lucky?
b Some people say they are unlucky
le when the real thing is, they merely
lack wisdom. Its no use neglecting
good things when you can profit by
r taking advantage of them. Call it
,r lick or wisdom, the Real Estate' offer
t ings are here. Will you take them?
n .E. J. HARLEY REA\L ESTATE
e A anule, resembling all symptoms of
y baving hydrophobia, died last Mon
day. The mule attacked everything it
, came across, and several persons had
s narrow escapes from being bitten. It
Ss said the mole bit cows and horses
and if this is the case a sharp watch
should be kept on these anireals.
'Those who saw the mule say that it
bad hydrophobia of the gesruine kind. I
Some dog must have had the diseale I
and bit the mule. 1
Two colored women by the name of I
tda Turner nd'Faunle ILussell, living 1
onOlilvedale plantation got into'a ftoss
Tuesday over'sa colored gentleman. Ida
made a pass at Fannie's throat with a
knife, cutiag a large gash, and 'almost I
making a fatal wound. Deplty sber- I
iff Hunter arrested Ida on Tuesday (
and placed her in Jail. a
Mr. Charley Hill left last week to t
visit his old bdme in Georgia, after an a
absence of five years. He is to be a
gone about ten days. The O'Sullivan
boys have charge of his large business
during his absence.
nOOD FOB Ra VMaTISM.t a
Last' fall I was taken with a very p
severe attack of muscular rheumatism s
which casused me great pain and an- t
'boyance. After trying several pre- v
scriptions and rheumstie cares. I de. I
'tded to use Cbababerlaln's Paln
Balm, which I bad Shen advertieed nto a
the Sonth Jerbeyman. After two sp- I
plieations of this Rembdy I was ~bch a
bettqr, and after using one bottle, was ti
completely eured.-Salli Harris, I
Salem, N.J. For sale by J, 8. iea (
nard, druggist. a
There is some little rumbling of
politise, although it Is two years of i
A Ragtng, Roaring ~'lood.
Washed down a telegraph line
ly which Chas. C. Ellise, of Lisbon, Is.,
ig had to repair. "'tanding waist deep
y n ity water." bhe writes, "gave me a
it terrible cold and cough. It grew
r- worse daily. Finally the best doctors
in Oakland, Neb., Sioux City and
Omaha esid I had Cousumption and
could not live. Then 'I begau using
Dr. King's New Drscovery and was
wholly cured by six bottles." Posi.
tiyely -guaranteed for Coughs. Colds
t and all Throat and Lung troubles by
d J. . uenard. Price 60c and $1.00.
SJob Couldn't' Have Stood It.
h If he'd bad Itching Piles. They're
s. terribly'annoying; but Bucklen's Artti
it ca Salve will cure the worst case of
i. plies on earth. It has cured thous.
s ands. For Injuries, Pains or Bodily
Eruptions it's the best salve in the
world. Price 25o a box. Cure guar
Sf anteed. Sold by J. S. Guenard's drug
Ti. Easy To Feel Good.,
a Cointiess thousands have found a
t blessing to the body in D)r. King's
New Life Pills, WiIcbh positively cure
Constipation. Sick Hetadshe. Dis
Ziness, Jaundice, Malaria, Fever anid
Ague and all Liver and Stomach trou.
a bles. Purely vegetable; never aripe
s or weaken. Only 25c at J. S. Gue
nard's drug store.
Ha KEIpT IS LEG.
Twelve years ago J. W. Sullivan, of
Hartford, Counn., scratched his leg with
a rusty wire. In'flamation and blood
r polesoning set in. For two years he
a sufered intensely. Then the best doc.
Stors ulged amputation, "but." he
writes, U" used one bottle of Electric
- Bitters and 1 1-2 boxes of Boeklen's
a Arnica Salve and' my leg was sound
a and well as ever." For Eruptions,
- Ereieina, Tetter. Salt Rheum, Sore.
a and all blood "disordere Electric Bit
m tern ha no rival on earth. Try them.
, For sale at J. S. Guenard's drug store.
Guaranatee satisfaction or refund
money. Only Octs.
f We bye bead another pretty week
of clear eather.
BAM GALANTZ. FRED GALAT.
S. Galanty & Bro.,
Dry Coods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
GUT'S FUIRISHING GOODS, TRIUNS,
VALISES AND OVER SHOIS.
Everything in our Store is New and First-Class and we
solicit a liberal share of your patronage.
The -Great Bargain House ..of
Corner Lake and Levee Streels, North-Sid.
DRY GOODS, IHTIONS, SHOES, HATS AND
LADIES' AND GENT'S NI NISHING3.
"We also arry a complete line of
99FINE MILLINERY, ,g
Of the Latest Styles and Fads, and our Prices are Ex
'I respeotfullv ask a share of the public patronage and guarantee to
treat every one right.
B. W. SMITH, President. J. N. HILL, VIs.P
THE LAKE PROVIDENCE BAR
Slicits Your Businus., Ever AecWusWatIu CesMltu
Receives Deposits Sabjdet to Oheek, "dys dad 91 i e. * eseeoi as j
4And trasaaote a General Bankaing Bualaes.
Bank Opens at w. M. an Closes, a, t 4 P. M.
Bernard Building, Lake Street, LAE PROVIDEO, LA.
-Demler 4a -
ODr Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
And Earything. Kept li a irst-Clais Store.
E]exarythiug foer La.dis,
Evezrything foa Onatlemen.
A Full Line of Groceries.
We are here to stay, and by Fair and Honest Dealink, we hope to buial
up a First-Class Trade. We solicit your businse and will do out best to
please you. Give us a eaiL
Geo. W. McKee,
The Old Reliable Oaooeui) NKowuge
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
All kinds of
Fancy Family Groceries.
We invite you to oall and see our Stock of Oaned Goods. We crry a
lsrge line of diferent grades of Sugar anA Cofie. We buyr c anh sad
secure the discount, therefore wecan sell for a small proftl .
Reoelving :I Forwarding Merchant,
LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA.
Agent for the Celebrated
JAMES & GRAHAM WAGON,
SlSave -You Frelgh by Buying These Wagons from M.
Hitahest Price Paid for Cotton S eed.
THE JOS. L. FISCHER LUMBER CO.,
LAKE PROVIDEKCE, LA.
We ar able to supply the trade in large and small bills o Lambar em
the shortest notice.
Tongue and Gwoowe C;yppixms
iooami , nd BtCelnA
Taks of Any Size HMa to Order at l. O Prim,
Shingles, Shingles, Shingles.
." OCree in Eamley Block. Conneoted by Cotaumberlad sad om Tei,
SEND YOUR ORDERS TO A HOME ENTERPRIS3
WE DO .ALL KINDS OF JOB
WORK AT !;ONABLE , i