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ION: 8200 PER YEAR.
xday, May 31, 1902.
fth Distriet Levee Board.
Regular meetings second Wednesdays'
amuary, April July, and October, at
a-uncefote, British Ambae,
o the United States, died at
sasy in Washington, on
. His remains will be
Yn by one of Uncle
prs~i is t
is one of the
o· the south, and
1 ebsf ther weir four hundred c
•t~' ?t4.yo maam and boys in at
anoe, q Loisianian should c
ha . o. eoi o. . other echool.
* Rev. Adam Reeder,, pastor of
* the New Charobd l nborgian),
of Orange, N. J.g, taken a se- ,
verely practical stud on the Adam
and Eve question. Ile said; "Adam b
is simply the Hlebrew word for man,
and the word 'Ohevyan,' or Eve, is
the Hebrew word or symbol for life. f
S The story Of Adam and Eve is the r,
:. story of itgylectual -manhood, and tl
oft he ation of the life forces
has implanted pi y w
estimy of the t
S. '.ThaeVtikeba erall says the
a umm;fs 29 opebs with no hi
- l.S owlow Havana, and no re
iqusautine between Cuba and the
nIted, 5uS. o long as there is tt
the island, and a health le
be relied on to
i arts the fact be
narantine need Pa
Such a condi- at
n occupation of to
assertion that lil
compensation in full lii
|ia'9 t the Spanash." nt
Seston Exposition has
great financial failure, and it
id that only a few hundred
people vi~it each day. A cor- to
respondent Wting on its failure '
, sas "the treason is not far to
seek for the !ight attendance at
which has made the Charleston ex- p'
position a financial failure. In the ,
first place, and chIiefly, the people tia
of theUnited States are tired of ex
positions; and in the second place,
Charleston is not a good location for v
- aschan enterprie. The city itself"
sins but 80,000 people, of whom
40,000 are negroes.." t,0
; The Grand Lodge, Knights of I
ythias, in session at Natchitoches
ast week5 elected the following a:
flicers: W, L. Erwin, l'laque.
ine, gran&thancellor; J. F. C.
aide, ]gil Orleans, grand vice ,
S hanel R. J. Alexander, Log- ro
an re-elected grand prelate; h,
. McLean, New Orleansc, re
-ted grand keeper of records and
t; T. C. Willis, New Orleans, re- a
leted grand master of exclaeqaer; j
oward Lylle, Baton Rouge, grand ni<
master at arms; J. B. Hargrove,
atchitoches, grand inner guard; fr<
o. Arold, Shlreveport, graht' Ia
d; Fred Adolph of New o
1e a, an dh Ierw--44ernstein of Sc
onroe, supreme representatives. pr
New Iberia was selected as the next
meeting plce of the Qrand Lodge.
A boca as been launched for ex- tin
SGovernorsavid B. Francis of Mis.a in
sonri t~r the Democratic nomina- to
tion f o9.resident in 1904. The
S Brookl Eagle in an editorial says
"it may~urprise Democrats in the
East, bat Is a fact, nevertheless, Sta
that o re to-day the name of I
a -~r Francis of Missouri
freqgntly mentioned than I
1 of a.n' one else.tb] .dBautherniI
*,p Westean:Democrats in con
,sttO wItk the Demoratic nom-j
I 1904 , Prto see tto pr
thiQitsea as in siglt t
.-e ,,roet to.i .a el
River and Hirbors Bill.
Washington. Many Z7.-The coufer
r ces of the seat :il and hos, on the riv
ers asld hlarbloris bill to-day reachedl a
final agreenlcpt on that bill. The ex
act figures showing the aggt"regate re
sult of their work have not beIn deter
mined, but it e:n be stated that of
$9,500.000 appropriation aldded by the
senate only about $4,500,000 was re
tained, the proviions calling for the re
maining $5.000,000 being disregarded
by the house conferees. As the bill will
be reported it makes a total appropri
ation of about 65,.0f 00 in direct
appropriations and for work author
The Senate animndmen,/was retain
ed as to the ara i mttamed for itm
it provement of the Mlississippi river
from head of passes to the mouth of
the Ohio, $2.200,000, an increase of
$100,000 over the house provision.
it U. I. GCs.
On Thursday of last week the Ed
ward Sparrow ('il: liter of the Da)ugit
ellare of the Conicilir'ac, ctebhrated Me
° day by nmarching in a body to
t emetery and decort:ling tihe graves
n of the Confcderate dead. The cere
monies atten21ant upon the decorations
were very pretty ann interesting.
The parade formed at the school
house and marched to the Cemetery.
where Hon. C. S. W ly delivered an
appropriate oration, being introduced
by)r.EF. R. Bernard in a few well
chosi remarks. AMr. Frank Pittmun
was g'Rnd marshal of the day Prayer
ArSmotTe d by Rev. J.. Englar Denson.
Captain ti N. Roe made a short, but
eloquent addtisa. The graves of twenty
:flv Confederate sohliers were decora
ted with flowers and wreathes. Owlnr
toathe threatoenig storm, the attend
ance.was not i;large as it would oth
wise have'bete. The Banner-Demo
crat hoped 't>the Daughters of the I
Confederacy 1$'osper in their noble
organization from year to year.
Science Stands Paralyzed.
Wise men art baftied, not only by
what caused ?'dice's eruption, but to
account for what occurreid after the
subterranean explosion took place.
How were the people of St. Pierre
killed and what 'demolished walls of
A fire wave?
Hardly; for newspapers have been
found in the very center of the city,
newspapers containirg accounts of the
reassuring reports made by professors
the previous day: and there have been
found bodies of girls, ,heir long floiw.
.ig ha)i ,armsvl ii.g;,,d. l'he re
wrcYl'biif a woman were found in bed;
the sheets had not been scorched. In
another house the corpse of a man sat
at a table; a teacup in his hand, the
delicate, china not even cracked. The
corpse of a girl stood by an open wind.
ow; she had been watching a man who
had taken a seat in a carriage, and
reins were found in his hands when
the searchers came upon his corpse.
What was the force that came from
the interior of the earth ti.rough Pe
No man can answer.
A mysterious, batting question has
been thrust forward and Science stands r
paralyzed in its gruesome presence.
Learned men become like babes in
arms, the sound-of their voices in at
tempting a solution of the problem is
like the incoherent prattle of a suck
We can only bow our heads before
nature and wonder; the tinme has not
yet arrived for man to !:know.-Vicks
A Woman Killed.
Two colored women, P,,ll Washing
tonl and Colii Smiith. followers of tih
levee camilp of M .. Rlibt. Nihlolson.r
gitt intio a fracus idown near Hagaman's
break last TuI'esday evening over tihe t
aiff-ctions of a cilored man. and PFolly
pumped led into thie an t:omy of Celit,
two shots oit of thie thi ee firetd, taking i
effect, which caused death in a short
From what can be learned Polly is
entirely justiliit in the killing, having
bIeen followed and whipped by two
vomnen, andI used thie pistol to irotect
her owni life. ''Those who saw the fi~i
and the killig gave ts this inforni .
liuon. Polly w:as arrested , ll the Ather
ton p1aitatin shortly after hlie killing i
andii brought lip to town anLi )l:Lcedl in
jail, whetre shte is now conlinted.
Mr. Nicholsotn does not :allow fuss, ,
or lights of anry kind to occur in his
canmp., andt this killing occured two
miles from it.
Trhe Masons of Mouroe will fitly p
celebrate St. John's D)ay with fine ex
ercises and agrand picnic. The Moin
roe pa,:ere say the Masons till spread i
themselves because the Summer
School will be in secsion there then. 1
A datughler wa ,ornti to Mr. andti Is
Mrs. C. S. W) ly ion Saturday evenitg
last. We are glad to ler i t l both
Mrs. Wyly haod the little one are doing
We had a ,leasant Call oin Thursday
from Judge P'ter Ford of (rand
lake, Ark. Judge Fl'.rd told u*
tIat he thought the railroad would be
comtrleted to P'rovidlence by the let of
Sepiembher. the way work is now o
.Ve have opened tip an ice house in
the hutcher shop next tojJone,,' grocerv r
sltore on Ievee street, and you will
find ice here when out at all otie-r places
in town. We will pay strict attention
to :all orders left with us.
SUCCESSION SABE.. .
State of Louisiana. Parish of East Carroll,t.
Ninth Dist-let Court.
La the' matter or tiheacesseion of Mrs.
Emtty A. Kuller, deceaed.
By virtue of, and in complintae wjth a
writ of saleissued outiof tlhe Hon. 'ourt
aotosatid. and to;e directed. I wit sell at a
putle U -ei ~tie rosl door uf the (I
rCoflno. fi e Providenag, at
s rtahd state. o' aday, te ~
d-t of Iui nl nt thf
4weMl ad loe.F W3Ich I 4
sPJisdseuits 7 a of
5PsVIeaa i d
- Providence Land Company,
S.~TATE.: o01 IOUrIIANA, PARITU otF
BE IT KNOWN. That on this the 16th
d say of the month of April. in the year of
our Lord. Omne Thousand Nine hullndred antd
rTwo. lefore lme. ChiLas. ItR .Etliy. a Notary
I-l'ithe for the parish oi Fast Carroll. State
of ILouisiana, duly cottnnissioned and quali
tfed, and in the !reisen e it the witnesses
I herejnafter nanmed and undersigned, per
sonaily came and appeared the parties
whose names are hceret tlto subscribed, all
. of full age, who declared that availing
themselves of the provisions of the laws
t of this State relative to corporations, and
especially of Act No-. :' of Draft of the (Gen
eral Assembly of Louisialna, they have
coveinanted and agreed, and by these pres
ellnts, do covenant and agree and hind them
selves, as well as schEll other persons ae
may hereafter become assoziated with
I them. to form and constitute a corporation
and body politic in lawe, for tile purposes
f Ial ob.jects antd tinder the stipulations. arti
cles and conditions following, to-wit :
The name and style of said corporation
THE PROVIDENCE LAND COM
and its domicile is herely estalished in
tI tl C ity of l'rovitldece, p;rish of East Car
roll. Sitte of I.o lo iana. :and ll nder its said
Sorpioration shall have power and authllority
to contract, suelt and he sted; to make and
ItIce a corporate' seal, and the samel to break
and alter at pleasure; to hold. receite, have,
Spllurc'hase, improve, alietnate. convey. sell,
borrow. pledge, mlortgage and hvlpotlleate,.
under its said corporate name. property
rtal. personal and mixed: to name and ap.
point such officers. directors, iaents and
I managers or employees as the interest rr
covenience of said cor;poration mlay re
qutire: to make and establish liy-laws, rules
and reg:lat;ons for tile proper manage
m1ent and regulation of its affairs as may' be
deemed necessary and proper, and the same
1 to alter and chllance at pleasurei; and to do
all other alts antid thlins Iermnitted by law,
I or as ahall or may he lecessarsy and proper
to carry on the objects and purposes of sald
Said corporation Iunless sootier dissolved,
in accordance with its charter. shall exist
and continue for the period of ninlety-ni-e
years from and after the date hereof.
This erporation is created for the
p::rpose of doin a Real Estate l!usi
ne., in bluying. leasing and slt!
ing lands and houses in Loui,
iana antI elsewhere: also building houses
for 1 ca-e or sale: culltivating agricultiural
Itndt :n li, dev.eloping plantations and un
liprovetd laids; a!so vwh!atever is ti-ual and
uls:onila:ry in the creation ni manageent and
operation ofl a Land Company.
The capital stock of said corporation
shall lie le Htiundred Thousand D)ollars,
divided into and represented by one thous
and shares o one hlnidred dollars each, of
whllich said stock ten per centtu!n shall he
paul for in nashh at the tine of sllb
siriptlion and the renlitlder at such
time or times as may lhe deig
nated by the board of directo,$. or
the -aiue mmay be ist3:ued at not less thtan par
in pa yl ent or excihange for property,. or
riihts actalily received or purcha-ed by
said corporation, or the samle muay he isalltel
fuillI p:id for muoneyv dilvanced. and for such
the r 'vluhitaid considerationl or services as
the board of directors of said corporation
may deterulitie: provided. that no stock
shall be iit ued until the consideration
there fr lhas been received by thi said cor:
Any stotkholder may sell, assign or
trarnsifei h.a stlock in this corporation. pro
viued thirty t:li; days prior notice of sulch
intention to sell, assign or transfer the
sallle Ie given to the company, and the
otlier sto.- kholders thereof shall have the
tirst priv i'cge of purclhasing the salne, after
which thirty days notice the said stock
may ble sold in open market.
lThe stock of said corporation may he
tralnslerred, under the above conditions.
provit#id such transfer thereof be made on
the books of said company at its ottice in
the city of P'rovidence. and on the surrend
er of the certilicate ttlereof.
No transfer of any fructional part of a
share shall be made.
The corporation shall commence doing
business as sootn as twenty thousand dol
lars of the capital stock shall have been
subseribed for and ten per centum paid
The hoard of directors shall have the
ri.ght to determine how much stock shall be
The corporate powers of this company
shail be vested in and exercised by a hoard
of three directors. consisting of the Presi
dent. Vice President and Secretary and
Treasurer. Twoofsaid board shall consti
tute a quorum for the transaction of busi
ness. and their decisions shall be valid cor
The following persons shall constitute
tile first hoard of directors :
.1. S. Millikin, Presilcuent; J. E. Ransdell,
Vice I'reslitde.nit; E. J. Ilamley, Secretary
Iluring the absence ofthe presldent the
vice president shall act and preside. The
presildent. or ill his aabsence. the vice presi
tdent sliall be the proper person upon whomn
citation or otiher legtal process shall be
Sai.d board shall continue in office until
the first Monday itn July (1903:) one thous
and illne Itundrcd andti three, on which
date anlid hereafter atinlually. a board of di
rectors shlall be elected on the first Monday
in July :f each \year. unless the same should
le a llcal hIoliday. wlihen the election shall
b1' hehli on the niext dlay thereafter.
Notice ofl said election shall lie given to
each stockhialder iv thie secretary. in writ
ing. at least ten dats prior to eachll election;
and the bIoatrd o'f directors shall appoint one
ir more slockholiders to preside at such
electionu as comntissioners. In tihe event
of the failUre of any cobnmisiloner or cornm
nissitlilers to atttndl. the piresident shall,
ltv alppointmentt fill tle vacancy. Any fall
tire by any callsc whatever .to elect
directors :lie day named for that
purpose sh:all not dissolve the cor
iporation. blt the directors then in
oflice, aswell as the otffeers of said cornm
aunl. shall ho:d over until their successore
In suich event the president shall canse
another ,lect:on to bie held in 80 days, and
shiil give -otice thereof as hereinbefore
At every election and meeting each
altokiolder shltsl bie entitled to vote for
enach share of stock registered in his name
a:ld tnay vote by proxy.
Tie elhetion of' dirteitors shall be by bal
lot andt the majority in amount o fvotes cast,
each hllare of stock voted upon to sbe counted
fur one vote, shall elect the pierson or per
sotns for whom they were cast.
After each elerion the board of director;
shall e!.ct froll their own number the offil
cers of said eoltipany.
Tlhe boardl of directors shall have hill
,ower to fill vacancies in their number
causned by death. resignation or otherwise
irinl among the stockholders of the corpor
The said board shall conduct all the busi
iess otf Illis enrporation, with Illl authority
to Ibuy. self. leaselands and houses, for cash
or Oit terms ofl eredit. in Louisiana and
elsevwhere, adtl to do whatsoever is neces
sary and custolnary In carrying out the
olsi.c'ts of thiis corporation, and it can dele
gate tiny of its powers to an agentor agents.
The salid hoard is further authorized to
Iranto and adopt such hty-laws, rules and
reulalttlns as the affairs and hIusiness of
ithe eorlporation may require. and as it may
deem neceCsary for the conducting and
mianagenaent thereof, provided the same
shal!l not conflict with this charter. or with
the law of the State or ofthe United States.
The' said board shall elect or appoint a
secretary and treastirer, and stilch othier
,iflicers. agents, employees, servants and
lerks as it may deem necessary bor the
conducling of the buhsiness of the corpora
tion; fix thelrconimpentsation, term of ser
vice, with the right to dismiss them at said
boards' pleasure; and said board shall have
the right tofix and determine the salaries
for the several officers herwin proyided for.
na mrcLk vI.
This'charter may be chainged, modifiled or
amendedt, the capital .tock lereased or de
creased, or this eorporation may he di,
solved at a nletin g of tie etockbolders con
veeed for the purpose. with assent of three
fourtha of the entire capital stock, whether
present w r~preened ansueb meetingl.
Notcee of stu motina Ihali be herted by
t·e wnrettry on each toetiolder, in writ
Iste-o.-ays pirim 2* suki i*ptta.-
el ap rtevay nlsial ol of as
fr tre -roay i ese, tUs ne m o
-et rc -
XX MILLIKINS, XX
Corliss -e Corliss
Coon ; Coo
Collars, Cuffs, '
2 , 2
FOR 25c. FOR c.
JAS. S. MILLIKIN'
1Tammoth Bargain tore
HAS RECEIVED A COM LETE
3rown's 5-Star Shoes, Ladlies' xtension Soul
slhoes, Ladies' 3-Strap Slippers,, Children's Blue
itl)bon Shoqcs, Children's Red Oxf rds, Men's $3.50
4EW ROYAL MACHINES. OLD IHKORY WAGONS.
BUGGIES, HARNESS, SHARD WARE,
HAY, CORN, OATS.
I cordially invite the public t4 come and examine
>ur Dry Goods,Ladies' Fine Wai'sts and Gent's Fine
-oods. A full and complete lin6 is now open and
eady for your inspection.
Yours to please,
JAS. 8. MILLIKIN.
-THE RAILROAD HAS'NT COME YET, =
BIG LINE OF
FURNITURE HAS, :
See our line of Quarter-sawed
Oak Bed Room Suits, Brice
a#Brac, Chiffoniers, &c,
Everything in this Line,
PAINT YOUR ROOFS NOW, W ian
HAVE THE PAINT, on
House Paints, Leads, Varnishes &c,, &c, a
WIRE DOORS AND WINDOWS.
Y. & M. V. R. R. COMPAN Y.
Schedule of Passenger Trains. re
EFFECTIVE NOON, DECEMBER 8th, 1901.
No. 26, New Orleans 10:25 p. m. Vicksburg, 6:45 a. m.
Vicksburg, - 7:30 a.m. Memphis, 4:30 p. m. W
No. 6, New Orleans, 4:00 p.m. Vicksburg, 12:15 a. m.
Vicksburg, - 12:20a. min. Memphis, 7:15 a. m.
No. 36, Vicksburg, - 3 p. m. Greenville, 7:00 p. m.
No. 23, Memphis, - 8:30 a. In. Vickshurg, 6:05 p. m.
Vickshurg, - 9;30 p. m. New Orleans, 6:00 a. m.
No. 5, MIemphis, - 7:40 p.m. Vicksburg, 2:15 a. m.
Vicksburg, - 2:25 a.m. NewOrleans, 9:55 a. m.
No. 21, Vicksburg, -, 3:00 a.m. NewOrleans, 5:25 a. m.
No. 35, Greenville, - 6:00 a. m. Vicksburg, 10:00 a. m.
jleeping Car service on 23 and 26 between New Orleans and MonroeJ7 ST
A. Q. PEARCE C, P, & T, A., Vicksburg, Miss, 19(
L. F. MONTGOMERY, T. P. A., Jackson, Miss"
commissioners the survivors or survivor
shall continue to act,
No stockholder of this corporation shall P
be liable or responsible for the contracts or s
faults thereof, in any further sum than the
unpaid balance due the company on the
shares of stock subscribed for or owned by a
bim; nor shall any informality in organiza- c
tion have the effect of rendering this char- i
ter nall or exposing a stockholder to any
liability beyond the unpaid balance of any
of his stock. V
Thus done and passed at my office in the a
City of Providence, East Carroll parish,
Louislana. on the day. month and year
herein above fret written, In the pres
ence Of J. W. Dunn and Ey B. John- t
aton, competent 'witnesses of lawful
age and residents of this city,
who hereto sign their names, to
gether with said parties and- ie Notary,
alter due reading of the whole.
JOS. E. EANSDELL,
JAS. 8. MILLIKIN.
J. W. DuRw,
E. B. JolesToW.
C. 8s . EGELLY, eP . be t
1hereby eertify that the ing char .
ter of the Provdene Le, -
ited. ias Al f6 in my is iy.re. 1
seier tdMortgag, book foo
1 the tURtes
Fought For His Life,
"My father and sister both died of
Consumption," writes .T. T. Weather.
wax, of Wyandotte, Mich., "and I was
saved from the same frightful fate on
ly by Dr. King's New Discovery. An
attack of Pneumonia left an obstinate
cough and very severe lung trouble,
whicb an excellent doctor could not
help, but a few months' use of this
wonderful mediitne made me as well
aseever and I gained much in weight."
Iofallible for Coughs, Colds sod all
Throat and Lung trouble. Trial hot.
tles free. Guaranteed bottle 560c aud
$1 00 at Guenard's drug store.
No Loss of Time.
I hayse sold Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrboea Remedy for
years, and would rather be out of cot.
fee and sugar, thab It. I sold bve bot.
ties -f it yesterday to bthresers that
could go so farther, aee thbe are it
wotrL aga , thiB~ ohra)lt.-. 1LJ.m
Phelps, Ftyueeth, Otehoesa.. A. wlai
be by the bo tithes' i be
,s abt lto tr iai. tih * r,:: dwf
jrrs~ )k 3 uant.
Lake and Levee Sts.,
e ProVidenme, La.
TS' - FURNISHING - GOODS.
The Finest Line of Clothing Car
@ ried in the City. •
Ladies' Dress Goods,
Hats, Caps, Boots and
and Hunting Coats.
Trunks, Valises and Hand Bags.
CANNOT BE SURPASSED.
Call on me Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
W. B. THOMPSON. P. L. MoCAT.
W. B. Thompson & Co.,
Cotton Factors & Commission Merchants
NO. 808 PERDIDO STREET,
New Orleans, : - Louisiana.
THE DlER TEAT MADE MILWAUKEE
Fa~O -s.~ L S SCHLITZ.
For fifty years Schlitz beer has been brewed at Milwaukee. From
this city it goes to the remotest parts of the earth. The sun
never sets on Schlitz agencies. Civilized men do not live where
Schlitz beer is not standard. People now demand a beer that is
healthful, and that demand calls for Schlitz. Every barrel is
filtered-every bottle is sterilized. A beer that is pure is healthful.
That is Schlitz.
Every First Class place handles Schlitz.
IS THE BEST,
5ct Cigar made.
Guarantee to be of the best Tobacco.
More SABOROSO'S are sold than
any other Cigar. 'T'hey are kept up to
the standard of excellence.
You can find these first class Cigars
only at the stores of
GEO. W. McKEE,
and R. L. McKEE & Co.
FINE DRESS GOODS
5, 10, 15 and 20ct counter where
many useful article can be found
worth double the money.
We are on Lake street right across
from the corner of Sparrow street.
CITY BARBBER SHOP,
- Lake Street,
W .H. AB ................... Proprietor
at Popular Prices.
Patronage Solicited. (
Agent for Memphis Steam Lnuniry.
This fine saddle and driving
STALLION will make the'season
1902 at Gossyppia Plantation.
Terms, $10.00 CASH, with privil
Those from a distance can leave
their mares for ten days.
GEO. 8. OWEN,
Gossyppia Plantation, Bunch's Bend. F
J. M. KENN EDY,
Lake Providence, La.
WILL PRACTICE IN
ALL THE COURTS
State of Louisiana. Parish of East Carroll,
Ninth District :ourt.
In the matter of the Succession of Vail
S Moattgomery, deceased.
By virtuean in pursuance ot a commls
slon i84 writ of sale out of the fsoreusid
Court, and tense directed, I wilt sell on the
premses on :the Afton plantation. In _
Bunch's Belel. tna e Parish and )late
aforesaid. oas 'etday., the 4th -day of1
June. Iiitos. marImgst the hour s t 11i" h
nthe 1fa l e due tildpwePtye , be-I e
tOQilse pi t ITV Ilk;
'fl a t at.,uoJ)
QOueen & Crescent
The Best Line
North and i. Jaet.
The Summer Tourist's favorite
line via Lookout Mountain.
GEO. H. SMI'Ti, G. P. A.,
New Orleans, La.
R. J. ANDERSON. A. G. P. A.
New Orleans, La.
R. W. BONDS. T. P. A.,
Lake Providence - - La
Keeps on hand a large assortment of
Burial Caskets, New, Plain and Orna
mental Metallic Cases and Wooden
Coffins Made and Trimmed to Ordet
favpril [3-8O-i V
ST. JAM Es A. Iii. E. CHURCH.
9 a. m.-Sunday ebhool.
I1 a. m.-Preaching.
3 p. m.-Class Meeting.
8 p. m.-Preaching.
REV. J. L. ELBERT, P.;C,
S. FULGUM. S. 8- Suot.
Memphis aad Viokeb5rg
For Lake Providence, Grenville,
Arkansas Citty, Helena,
and All Way Landings,
W. IT Nowland, ............Master
F. J. Darragh........ ....Clerk
--- Leaves Memphis every
Wednestay at Bp. m.
Leaves Vicksburg every Saturday.
at 12 m.
YANCEY BELL, ED." NOWLAND, Jr.,
L Agent. ' G. F. & P. A.,
Lake Providence. / Memphis.
W. D. COODW/IN,
S & G .,
i N GICAGO,
Hl nti bhie large and beautiful line
of Sprii, nd Sumer samples for
ispeetion, usisting of 400 difer
fl A oes put up by Road& Co.,
are mle t and wear we
Fourteen Tears of Bufferis,.
'1I had been alllcled't~ t ih scisaia '
rheumatism for fourteeni years," Says
Josh ,dlgar, of Ger.antowu, (l.,,
"I wa-t able to be around Ii consltait.
ly stfltored. I tried everything! could
hear of and at, last was tiot to Itry
(hahnibenrlain's Paml Balln. which I dli
and was Imlmediately relieved and iln
short time cured, and I ami happy to
say it has not since ret urned." - WOV
not use this liniment andl get well?.. It
is for sale at J. 8. (lleulid's drullt
01&- goltlers lExperienoe.
M. M. Austin, a civil war vetean, of.,
Winche.ter, Ind., writes:, "My wife
was sick a loulngt me in spite of good
doctor's 'reatntment, bul was wholly
cured by I)r. King's New Life Pills,
which worked wonders fgr her
health." They always do. Try them.
Only 25c at T S. (;uenard'mdrug store.,
A LIBERAL OFFER.
The undersigned will give a.-free
sample of Cham ;erlaln's Stonaeband
Liver T!ablets to any one wanlting a
reliable remedy for disorders of the
si onlach, biliousness or constipatioin.
'T'his is a new remedy and a good one. -
J. S. Guenard's druggist.
We Never Get Tired
of talking up Rogers, Peet & Co'=s.
Each season we think they
fect. Yet each succeeding y
shows perfection in a higher form.
This year is no exception. New
styles and new fabrics, all gotten up
in such a way as to make the "made
to order" man wonder how it is done.
Money back if not suited.
Mail orders receive prompt, attet
WARNER & SEARLES CO.,
DR. J. E. BROWN.,
Physician and Surgeon,
- Lake Providence, LA.
All calls to any part of the parish
answered promptly--day or night.
pg-O()flice up stairs of the Providence
ilaid ware Co. store.
STATE TAX SALESI
Immovable Property .
The State of Ioulslana, the Pa
East Carroll and the Fifth D
Levee Board vs. Dellqueat Tax Pay
By virtue of the authority vested In me
by the Constitution and laws of the State
of Louisiana, I will sell at the principal
front door of the Court House in which the
Civil District Court of said parish is held,
within the legal bours for judicial sales,
beginning at 11 o'clock a. min., on
Saturday June 7, 1902;
and continuing on each succeeding day
until said sales are completed, all Immova.
ble Property on which-taxes are now due
to the State of Louisiana, the Parish of
East Carroll and the Fifth District Levee
Board to enforce colleotlte of taxes assessed
in the year 1901, togeltqWitt the interest
thereon from the 81st day et December,
1901. at the rate of two per cent per month
until paid and all costa,
The names of said delinquent tarx.payers,
the amount due by each on the assessment
ot said year, and the immovable property
assessed to each to be offered for sale as
follows, to-wit: , d -
MRs. MAGGIE BYRNRz. Residence)
:nd lots 1. 2, 3. 4 and 6, block 11. to1rt
town of Providence, La.
Taxes 1901. $19 46.
MRS. MAGGIE BYBxu. Store-house
and lot 4, block 1i, town of Providence,
Taxes 1901, $19 46.
A W. MARTAIN. Wild Lands, 839
80-100 acres. Being n w ~ of ne , a
e oif n w , a ) of ne ,.nw of a ,
eI,sisw}otselandun'of sa e
ofee of ase i s·ec29andn of n e
Ssee 32. All in township 19, pnortb
range 12, east. containing 839 80-10@
acres more or less.
Taxes 1901, 33.57.
HOWARD COLE. Weaver Tract. For
ty acres. Being-an undivided ball in
terest in w 3 of n w a seo 2. 1 20, range:
Taxes 1901. $3.92.
SOUTHERLAND INIISCO. Point Look
out. 120 acres. Being lots 2 and-8oC
the Point Lookout plantation formally
owned by O. II. Cbet'ry.
Taxes 1902, $8 13.
On said day of sale. I will sellirsuach posi
tions ot said property as each debtor wtil
point out, and in case the debtor will net
point out sufficent property, I will at oeae
and without further delay, self the least
quantity of said property of any debter
which any bidder will buy for the anouotad
of the taxes, interest and eost due by
debtor; the salewill be made withou'
prlsement for cashb in legal tender ~ney
of the United States, and the propaty sold
shall be redeemable at any o t for the
space of one year, by pay the price
given, with 20 per coat Oan to and pea
. W. DUTNN,
Sheriff and ex-OMqto Tax Collector..
Sheriff's ofiee, Provdeace, La, pril 38;
NOTICE TO iQRT1GAGE CREDITORSB;
PAtLSti OF EAST CARORQIA
Sheriff and Tai Collector's Omee, Parish
of East Carroll,PLake Providence, La.,
April 23, I*02.--ln accordance with Section
,18, Act 8. 1888. noticqre herby given to
all parties holding mortgages upon real
estate in the parish of East Carroll on
which taxes for the year 1901 have not
been paid, that I _l1 begin the sale ot
same at the Court HIbrse door on Saturday,
the ltb day of Junne 10, aqd that a num
ber of pieces of pro erty so delinquent are
now being advertised in this newspaper in.
conformity with the law prparatory to
sech sales. The attention of ts mortgage
creditors is especially called to these ad
vertisements of tax sales, and they are
warned to take such steps prior, to the sale
as may be necessary to protect their rights."
J. W. DUNN,
Sheriffand ex-Ofclo Tax Collector.
Sheritffs odce, Providence, La
To all whom It may eoacern: .
The coq lerelal fitraofI. C. Maxwelb h
Co:, is tbta y dissolved by mutwal can
Mr. E. W. Saebse has become the owner
of all the asbsrette of the late firm; and will
settle allU is liabilities.
Mr. Sach~d ~ag eontilne business at the
old stsad in BtUbh's Bead, pariah of East
Doe this si"l:y of April, 1901.
S E. W. SACSE,
.- J.C. MAXWELL,. -
Wd.e the undersigned, hAve this d
lorsed a partnership under the etyle
--S W hsebe a Co., for the pnrpos ofi .
Sl-g gener, al mrellan~ e baristi ,s *