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¶aulaiU at ltt Fpr ground, September 5th
We want everybody in the parish to come to town
on this day. Bring your wife and children. There is
going to be a big time at tie Fair Grounds. A match
game of ball between Old; River and Soft Tar, horse
racing &c., and remember to do your trading at the
BIG GROCERY H1OUSE of
MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER
THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, L Xai`,O
- refund t
.Saturday, Septsember , 1900, each bo:
J. E. HANSDE.LL, V. II. MONTGOMERY
S. X. ItANDELL. Notary Publi e
and the Belit
Insurance Agent. is Visin
Attorneys at Law burg.
Real Estate Agents, enat re
Lake Providence, La. us that
WILL PRACTICE IN TIlE COURTS OF the cha
EAST CARROLL, W'EST CARROLL AND place it
MIADISON PARISHES, AND THE STATE degrees
SUPIREME COURT. Tbosi
Clifton F. Davis, deae
.A".tty-at-l .aTT advernt
REt.al Data3 to 0.A.ait- and th,
Lake Providence, La. Mre.
HAVING JUST FINISHED A COMPLETE ago Wi
aBSTRACT OF ALL THIIE LANDS IN EAST sick, w
JARROIL. I AM IfREPAREI) TO FURNISH long at
&BaTACTS OF TITLES ON SHORT NOTICE, this cli
E. WAYLES BROWNE, glad to
STENOGRAPHER AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
W. D. BELL, W. B. PIERCE. week
DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE. Mr. G
Our office is located in the otlice for. slall
. mally occupied by Hon. C. S. W3 ly. reside
Dr. Pierce's residence. The Egelly welcot
House. S. Gal
.- - .- busiun
Local and Parish News.
Let us organize a Bryan & Steven- th te o
son club. line '
Cotton picking will be general in a mud tl
few days now. as god
- ..W- . N. White is off selecting hbis fall as any
s.d winter stock. Mr. B
The water works question should can di
be sprung again.
Last Sunday evening it was almost
cold enough for fres. steam
Sheriff Dunn has been sending out few v
lax notices this week. Miss
"Mr. M. M. Goodwin has a "for sale" ion I
-otice in another column. Mind
Go.to the fair grounds next Wed- ant
'pesday and see the ball game.
-In the mouth of September. The
summter Is quickly passing. To
Mat Levy's fall anti winter stock on
will sopon commencoe arriving. the
Watch out for the shirt waist. man ice.
lie is liable to coinsme out at any time. abor
itegular meetiug of Providence
Lodge, K. of P. on lTusciday uight on!
Fresh Lowney's candies just in at and
Asbbridge's, It. is the best candy gero
The Epworth League meets every
Sunday evening at the Methodist tion
If you can't play dominos you are niee
not in it. It Is the rage now in Provi- Jiitn
Miss Dessle Bell Is recovering from stru
s short spell of sickness, we are glad and
Marshal Peck placed two or three thet
law breakers in the town cooler Sat
The new School Board met and or
ganized on Wednesday. Proceedings old
next week. eret
Everybody turn out on next Wed- the
vesday. There will be plenty of sport dot
at the fair grounds. hol
Our frieud Peek had a blue ribona at
4ted through a button hole of his coat the
last Saturday night.
Mr. Geo. W. McKee returned from .
a trip to the Ozark mouUntaius onFr
Friday of last week. Ha
Col. W. H. Benjamin was up to towu
on Wednesday to attend the meeting a
of the School Board. is
Services at the Episcopal Chiurch to. ses
mnorrow moruing at It o'clock and at wt
8 o'clock ito the eveuing. lit
J. S Millikiu will soon be receiving su
his fall and winter stock. He has
bought a doe line of goods.
Two tbhings that should be found in to
*Provideuce at all times, is plenty of o
lumber and plenty of brick. o
We are requested to say that Father
]Krostenbrook of Greenville, will not t
come to hold services next week. tc
Wednesday, August 2nd, w as the H
bottest day of the sumIner, henu the ,
thermometer registered 98 degrees.
J. N. Hill & Bro,have made a heavy
*purchase, and will show a handsome
4took for their fall and winter trade. t.
.ou are going to see a Grit ass
awe of ball, good horse -eottg sd
. other sports at the fair ipovods mt ost
The electilo of bank dl4ectorseihe
L take Providence Bank will lake place
on Meoday nexmt at the offttice of the
Bank. See not1ie io this ls.ue.
Miss Kate Turner left last
,eveuing on the Delta. She *Si.
ber sister, Mrs B. F. Watklus, at
a. Ua, Mils., for a few weeks.
The next tihing to bther the pl&n.
e' Is cot4ou worms. They sure.
,3 ave hadJenough to almost wory
, 4 +he life out of them this year..
Dandel Parker a .u or
.us me+ a
• - + + '+ i ~~. " :+;+
To cure a cold in one day take Mr. J
Laxative Bro Quinine. All druggists Lion, be
refund the mooney if it fails to cure
25cts. E. W. Groves signature is on ni
each box. Sold at Guenard's drug Bayou.
store. the puti
Miss Maud Hamiltou catte up on of sand
the Belle on Friday, of last week, and road, g
is visiting -her friends and relatives. each si
It has been several years since Miss free of
Maud left Providence to live in Vicks- only fo
burg. -Her many friends are glad to his coti
see her. the fal
Capt. Purdy, who keeps the govern- natural
ment reports of the weather, infofrmed good
us that on Sunday the thermometer tbroug
registered 92 degrees and that when his exe
the chauge in the atmosphere took over w
place in the evening it dropped 17 goods
degrees. much I
Those merchants who have patron- havenk
ized the B -). with their advertise- au
trents, have never ctmplained of , Mr.
the results obtained. They know that citizen
advertising bhas helped their business, who is
and those merchants who do not ad- way ol
vertiso should do so. chatiga
Mrs. Miller went to Texas sometime weeak
ago with her little boy, who was very over
r sick, with little holpes of recovery as ad
I long as the young fellow remained itn north
Sthls climate. Siie returned, and we are mare
glad to learn that he has entirely re- mtairs
covered and is now strong and in havei
robust health, the
SMr. Fred Galanty returned last buildi
week to reatuin until next spring. stairs
Mr. Galanty has been in business in a apart
small town near Cairo, where he has
reslded before. lie looks welland we Mr
Y welcome him back, with the hope that and
S. Galanty & Bro., will do a rushing hunti
business this fall. lus
R. J. Burney & Co., wishe us to say antd
that they have purchased a handsome ly the
line of goods for the fall and winter, blend
a and that they are going to handle just Co., I
as good goods and just as large a stock cocoa
il as any bouse in towu. You will find is re
Mr. Byerley a first class gentleman and the l
Id can depend on anything he says. not
at Miss Maude Taylor returned on the refut
steamer Delta last Friday to remain a fleet
nt few weeks. We are glad to learn that M
Mies Maud has secured a good posi- and
le" tion as assistant It the public school at. I
Minden.. Miss Maud is a lhue teacher, lean
d and- there are many here who will and
be wia her suecess In her new location. after
Tom Alexander was seriously hurt Thiu
sk on Weduesda amorning by falling off our
the Pireem*r''s wagon, loaded with deal
an. ice. The wheels ran over both legs pret
te. above the knees, adl strange to say no saw
gte bones were broken. Tom is a hard bull
working sad industrious colored man, thai
at and we are glad that be was not dan- I'hc
idy gerously hurt. gea
y The colored Sunday School Conven- e
diet tion, which was in session all of last by
week, closed their very successful Let
are meeting on Sunday night. Prof. cot
Dvi- Mitchell, principal of the colored no'
school of Providence, save them an In- evc
rom structive lecture during the session, dir
glad and if followed will be found to do the
aree them much good. lnt
Sat- There should be as little delay as
po1slble in starting deiolibshig the sot
tngs old court house and commencing the
erecteioa of the new one. A pictureof do
led- the new builditg is in the sbovw woln- co
port dow, of Maguire & Schtielder. We
hope to have a two-column cut of it ino on
iboat a short time to show to the readers of oa
coat the Banner-Demlocrat. or
rom . Mr. M. M. Goodwiu and Miss Mina
Oi Franklin left last Suudsay morninug for tb
Hamburg, Ark, where they will spend
lng a few weeks visiting relatives. This te
is Mack's first visit to his old home in i
h to. several years sandt we know that he t
Iw at will have a pleasant visit. Our sweet U
little friend, Miss Mina, goes every
ig summer on a visit to her relatives.
A genttlemalt who went down to
ni in look at the cotton crop of Mr. Spur
IY of lock this week, told us that he has
five acres of a new variety ol cotton
ii ti that tie would bet that two bales
to the acre will be gathered from it.
3s the He said that he had been planting cot -
n the tou for maany years, but never saw
ee slnoh bolls, almost as large as a cup.
heavy Mr. Spurlock sent off last year for
h E i T ehe illter..tl5e is hi receipt
aeld fa troaS C pt. Le Cor ,ins,
5 stel$5l l t oki~ *.Y4a8'p' 11th thb
mas(he s eef wI iiiie the place of
ohlace he Julia in the New Orleans trade
of thl and the ,uHa will re-enter the Mem
tVicksburg trade.. The
it pres 'rs wlomb
once more, rfon(Tyii ei6deia or
Slsn* Lies with ever-ybod4y
wo woy We call the attenliot of our readers
-- 'te aldvertieuanet of tbhe New Or
t Cityp. Sep ate cocbes will
-. 4Ith. fii ~.4eqogbPce
w· s. -
I ue ot I
Mr. J. W. Crump, ot Tyrone plants- be a lift
tion, has finished work on the road height fr
running through New Town to River The wor
Bayou. In the winter this stretch of the lettit
the public road is almost impassable. engineer
Mr. (:rump threw up an embankment usual enu
of sand a foot above the surface of the forelock
road, giving it the necessary slope on work.
each side. He furnished his teams about Ft
free of charge, the Police Jury paying In for
only for the labor. Mr. Crump hauls done aln
his cotton and seed over this road in dero, an
the fall and winter months and is tempted
naturally interested in putting it in big a jol
good condition. If the planters conditio
throughout the parish would follow man, the
his example and improve the roads have gii
over which they have to haul their the scra
goods and produce, we would have the coin
much better highways than we now being b
have. Mr. Crump is deserving of tilists a
thanks for his public spirit. pie hav
f Mr. Phil McGuire, our enterprising sively ft
citizen and progressive business man, have se
who is always doingsomething in the work.
way of building or making substantial bidders
chatnges in his large property so as to ueut, is
e make it attractive, conmmenced this by his
week re-modeling the upper story made ,
over Levy's big dry good store builder
and tearing down the shed on the cial wo
e orth side of the building. He will on the
make nice, comfortable rooms up Mr.
stairs and in place of the shed he will to com
have a large gallery to connect with and wi
the gallery on the east side of the their o
It buildinlg, which will make the up. low Pc
i< stairs the most comfortable sleeping esting
a apartments in town. men hi
---- to keel
te Mr. Geo. Ashbridge, our energetic elssipp
at and progressive grocer is always
g hunting up something good for his wH
customers, and last week received a
large case of tea in quarter, half.pound It h
' and pound boxes which is undoubted- has be
e ly the best put up. It is extra choice electri
r,' blended and is imported by L. Lipton
at Co., Lt'd., the largest tea, coffee and the t
cocoa dealers in the world. This tea the n
d is recommended by Mr. Asbbridge as lphr i
the best on the market, and if it does lor'
not give satisfaction, money will be 's
he refunded. Call and get a box of this but e
a flee tea. electib
i-t Mr. W. B. Thompson, of the large mean,
a and prominent commission house of street
at W. B. Thompson & Co., of New Or- manil
r,' leans, arrived in our town on Tuesday nopol
ill and remained until yesterday, looking os t
On. after the large interests of his firm. spirit
urt Lhis was Mr. Thompson's first visit to in thi
off our parish, and while here saw a great tleme
ith deal of it. ie was very much im- guag
egs pressed with our rich country, and wher
oo saw only one thing that we needed to work
ard build up our town and parish, and corn
ian, that was a railroad. We found Mr. you
lan-' Thompson and affable and genial the
ren- Some movement should be started
last by the merchants and business men of for
sful Levee street by which a good sidewalk Ope
rof. could be built. The sidewalk as it past
ired now is, is in a worse condition than it ing
u in- ever was before. So much buck-shot
'ion, dirt has been put on the sidewalks, eve
do that when it rains it is nothing but will
mud, and the stickiest kind of mud; D
y as cud it is just about as much as a per- plat
Sa son can do to walk on such a kind ran
the of sidewalk. Something should be laut
done by which a first class sidewalk the
in- could be put down. a
We The Woodmen of the World had See
it in one of the most interesting omeetings um
rsof on Thursday evening last that this
order has had in sometime. There hoi
was a large attendance of Woodmen eve
I and several nice things were.said for wa
for the benefit of Woodcraft. It is a flue w
i order, and there is not a person in our Bo
Thin town who should not be a member. nit
Ie t is one of the strongest orders iu the
aeUnited States, the insurance is cheap 're
eand the policies are paid promptly. o
This hot Weather.
Spur- We can settle it for you. Our stock
e has of Negligee Shirts, Linen and Flannel T
otto b Suits, Serges and Cecilians, Linen, "
l it Pants, Straw Hats, &c, is complete, tl
Scot- and very attractive.
saw Money back if not suited.
cup. Mail-orders receive prompt atten
r for tion.
WARNER & SEARLE8 CO.,
roe eipt Vicksburg, Miss.
t h, Mr. J. 8. Millikin, our prominent
Sof citien and merchant, was taken quite
sick lasit Saturday, and during the
trade week he has been daugerotslY ill. We
em- are glad to report him better as we go
a toi1 . pre.
iti*Mr. J. C. Bas, one of the largest
e g otte planters In the parish, discovr
(fisor- ered cottou worms on em ofhis places
last Saturd·ay, sad they were in sach
large numbers that he commenoed im
readers mediately to aprtakle with paris green.
ew w- Mr. Hugh MeGalre's big gin down
tbeit.edhly oeriasUleid m to rb
he t wi Bots. They wifisik t mt 8a
S. 4 e 4b thM of U Sta t
THE WILLOW POINT LOOP.
One of the largest levees that will
have ever been built in East Carroll
the Willow Point Loop-which was
recently bid in by our hustling par,
isbioner, Robert Nicholsou, is now in
process of coustruction. This massive
levee will be five.and a half nmiles long
and will contain 1,600,000 cubic yards
of earth. When the work on it gets
under headway, there will be about
600 teams at work employing in the
neighborhood of 1000 men. The levee
will begin about a mile below the
Goodrich store and will end about
three-quarters of a mile below the
line of tleuderson and Carondelet
plantations. The nearest point to the
river, anywhere along the entire
stretch, will beadistance of 400 feet.
The net average height of the line will
- be a little over 18 feet, ranging in
height from 20J feet to about 11 feet.
r The work begius officially as soon as
the letting is approved. by the chief of
engineers, but Mr. Nicholson, with his
usual energy, has taken time by the
e forelock and already has 800 teams at
n work, The coutraet will be finished
s about Feb. let, 1901.
g Inu former days levee building was
Is done almost entirely by outside bid.
n dere, aud few home people ever at
is tempted what was then considered too
o big a job for a "poor devil;" but now
r conditions have changed. The Irish
W man, the wheelbarrow and the spade
s have given way to the double team and
ir the scraper, driven by the negroes of
te the cotmutry. instead of all levee work
w being bid in and done by outside capi
of tnliste and constructors, our home peo
pie have been bidding pretty exteu
ig sively for the past ten years, and they
u, have secured an ample share of the
he work. Prominent among these home
al bidders, and perhaps the most promi
to nent, is Mr. Robert Nicholson, who,
ies by his energy and business tact, has
ry made quite a reputation as a levee
ire builder. and whose credit in the tinan
he cial world is worth one hundred cents
ill on the dollar.
up Mr. Nicholson will push the work
Pill to completion as rapidly as possible,
ith and when all the sub-contractors get
Lbe their outfits on the ground, the Wil
ap. low Point Loop will present an inter
log esting scence of 600 teams and 1000
men hard at work, piling up the dirt
to keep out the water of the "old Mis
his WHAT ABOUT THE WATER
d a WORKS?
ed It has been sometime since anything
hd- bas beent done in the water works and
ton electric light move that the people got
on them a year or so ago. What is
ea the matter? Has the water tank
sprung a leak? Or does the electric
light plant need one of Frank Tay
e lor's new "dominos?" The election to
is issue the bonds was carried all right,
but there has been no issue from the
election, while Marshal Peck, iu the
rge meantime, is getting rich with his
of street sprinkler, owned, controlled and
Or- manipulated by himself alone-a mo
sday nopoly of the worst form, conjuri
king ous to our institutions and againstthe
firm. spirit of our government as set forth
t to in the Declaration of Expenses. Gen
reat tlemen and fellow citizens, in the lan
imi- guage of the immortal Tom Watson,
and where are we at? Reviye the water
d to works boom, and don't let Peck get a
nd corner on the dust. Gentlemen!--if
M r. you are geutlemen-lete get water on
tnial the brain again. We need it. No
e In another column we publish a call TI
n for a mass meeting to be held at the
w alk Opera House on Monday next at half
as it past eight for the purpose of organ,
an it ing a Bryan anid Stevenson ,:lub. '['he
s call is signed by a number of our lead
lug citizens, aud it is to be hoped that
alls, every person who can possibly do so,
Sbut will be present.
Md; r. Geo. S. Owen, of Buckmeadow
aper- plautatiou, has for saleone Southdownl ala
nd ram, two yearling rams and one Po- and
ld be land China boar. Mr. Owen has only
wwal k the finest breeds of sheep and bogs,
and any one purchasing from him can -
rest assured they are getting the best. AT
bad See his "for sale" ad. iu another col
e A sweet little girl arrived at the. to
T here home of Mr. J. W. Pittman on Tuesday gan
odmen evening, and ou Wednesday Walter lht
id for was the happiest mortal one would see
· want to meet. lie is now the father of
ioof two handsome sons and a daughter.
i our Both mother and daughter are doing
cbeap Mr. Henry Mauhngreen, of Houston,
aTexas, is looking for the heirs of James be
Carltwright, who died in the Confed- or
erate army of this State in 1864. Also At
the beirs of L. Jeawheau, who was in of
Texas in 1847. te
r stoc k Judge F. X. Ransdell returned last gi
Fla Fael Tuesday morning frown Talllah, m
nwhere he went to hold a criminal term
of court. The grand jury found o00) U
mplele, three true bills. They ought to borrow m
our grand jury.
Magnire & Schneider are just into re- t
ceipr of a large consignment of gro
ceries from St. Louis. Everything that
you can wish for in the way of fancy d
groceriles can be found in this large B
We are informed that Rev. C. Mabe L
-minent will sail from France ou the 7th of the
en quite present moth and Is expected toh
ing the reach home about the 7t. Col. John
ill. We A Bockner and Mr. Jake Stein will
s we go coon follow. I
Mr. W. N. White, one of our lead-l
Slargest ig and progressiv mercbatt, left
sdico 't last Saturday for marokes. Le r, I l
ps place e rchase a large oek of fall and wrin- i
ed 1w- tar goods for his always inereastig 1
aced im- trade.
is dreen. s e lelded at Pri
AleS last o with a
. dder pL on #ewt down to
We are offerirg a lot of
--Black and Wan Oxfords .
/tAT W~RE MANFt-UPAC.TUR-D TO SALL CT
$2.00 & $2.50.
These SHOES are made of ..cOD MATERIAL
soft, flexible, neat in appearace and good
d wearers. They run in sizes from 1 to 4, in
, C and D widths. Our reason for selling these
t. shoes at such a low figure, is because the toes
are not quite as wide as the present style
d SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW-6w
W. N. WHITE, Agt.
0- IN IALF POUND AND POUND PACKA.GES,
george 7nshbridge's Grocery Store.
k -- Jacob Marcus, -
Lake Street Lake Providence, La.
toto Lake Street,
bht, )DEALER IN(T--
b Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
!& fatB, Caps. T, unks, Valises. O1,o a, &o.
o A Pretty Line of Summer Goods.
SLadies' Shirt Waists, Skirts and Hats.
Laer IagrGive me a call and I will endeavor to please you.
No Geo. W. McKee,
acall Lo 01cL E.e lialelG QO-rCoerY- EaOC sBe
Sthe -Dealer In
! Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
S, All kinds fFahoy Faprily Qr6sreis
We invite you to call and see our Stock of Canned ,Goods. We carry
dw a large line of different grades of sugar and coffee. We buy for cash
1Po and secure the discount, therefore we can sell for a small profit.
AT THE' FAIRI GROUNDS NEXT
Let every one in the parish come to
town on this day and see the base ball
game, borse races and bicycle races.
b2he game of ball will be the best ever
seen in East Carroll, and there is lots
of money put up on the result. ".
EEABODY NORMAL. iI;
The Peabody Normal, which' has
been in session at this place for col
ored teachers during the month of
August, has been a great benefit to all
of the teachers who have been in at
tendance. Speelal attention has been
t given to school management and
|, methods, in order that these may be
Sunified. A regular programme wos B
e made out on the first day and the
teachers were required to perform d
tregular work, the same as pupils in si
the public schools.
at During the session, lectures and ad
Y dresses were delivered by Rev. Mr.
I Boberg, Rev. Mr. -Hoery, Rev. Mr.
White, Mr. S. B. Kennedy, Mr. C. F.
be Davis and Supt. Chas. R. Egelly.
he Quite a number of citizens vis
to ited the normal, and, by word and
ill action, have encouraged the teachers
in their efforts to qualify themselves
better for their positions.
td- These courtesies extended to the
ift tescrhQr by the public are sources of
'n. great stimulu,, and the teachers are
ng not without gratitude for these kiud
vi- UB. '. MITCHE-L, Ceondactor.
ge Hay For Sale.
to We have 2,500 bales of choice hay
the for sale . V . PU; DY & SoN,
!Lake Providence, Al.
ly Megre. Eugene McBain and Johe
e' Cheatbsm, two prominent West Car
na.-roll | gentiemen, were lta.towat for a
e6 couple of days this Wesk.
ER~AID TWO DAVY5
INEW ORLEAiNS A
) eptember 9, 1900,
Glee Club of New Orleans.
Train leaves Mississippi Valley R.
s R. Depot at 8 o'clock a. m. sharp.
e Returning, leaves New Orleans'Tues
a day, Sept. 11, at 8:00 a. m. Train
o stops at all stations between Vicksburg
and New Orleans going and returning.
Fare Roud Trip onltj
F Tickets now on sale at The Carroll
ly.- and the Piazza Hotels, and at Depot
is- on morning of excursion
ud EX'RA CARS FOR COLORED
rs Any information desired can be had
es from Mr. A.-Q. Pearce. Ticket Agent
of Mississippi Valley R. R.
of SPECIAL NOTICE.
are The steamer Delta will hereafter
ud leave Vicksburg every Saturday morn
leg at 9 oiclock a. in, which will make
ae pass Providence every Saturday
evening about 6 o'clock. The travel
Ing public will find tis cbsange a great
couvenleece for them
hay ED: NOWLAND, JR., Captain.
\i, M.PURDY, Agent.
It ooseseed blowing and. raining
robe last Sunday afternoon, aed there wea
,ar- quite a chag" in the atmo9bere.C A
or a good rain tell, wbich pot as eod tu
the .tiirSable dust or a short wbile.
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
~DunI epi, ts ceived . O er $1 P oe
Er'Everpthing in our store is new and first class, and we
solicit a liberal share of your patronage.
S. W. SMITH, JR., Prest. J. N. HILL. Vice PrWt., JR.. E.WJ.LE
h Zeakele Providenoe. Ina.
CAPITAL STOCK, -$50,000
Deposits Received from $1 Up.
PHIL MCGUIRE, J. E. REYNOLDS, J. C. PITTMAE.
DECEIVES DEPOSITS SUBJECT TO C'HIECE, BUYS AND SELLS
SEXCHANGE, LOANDS MONEY AND TANSACTS A GENERAL
,-VBank opens at 9 a. in and closes at 4 p. m.
, R. J. BURNEY & CO., i:
Bernard Building, Lake Street, Lake Providence,La.
- Dealers in
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
and everything kept in a First Class Store
Everyth ing for T .adoies.
Everything for C eontlezon .
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
\We are here to stay, and by fair and honest dealing, we hope to
build up a first class trade. We solicit your business, and will do our best
to please you. Give us a call.
Billiard & Pool Room Parlor,
PHIL M'CUIRE, Proprietor,
Next to Max Levy's 1ig Clothing store,
...LAKE and LEVEE STREETS...
Sake povidence, a LouMisiana,
BILLIARD and POOL TABLE.
SChoicest brands of Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, 0 gars and To
Sbaon. Keep on hand; Live Oak, pure Rye; Mempis Club,
:; pure Rye; L T. Rippey, ex orte. and reimported; J. E. replier,
hand-made sour mash Bourbon; Jockey Club; hand-made sour
mash; Melwoou, pure Bourbon, spring '91; Robinson County,
pure Rye; Beachwood, pure Rye. E
Cae Goods, full quarts-Old Bourbon, 20 years old; W. H.
l EeBrayer, Old Taylor, the cream of Irish whiskey in jugs, im
ported; Windson Club 1880. This is the choicest and moit select
stock of this class of goods ever brought to this market. No e
Str charge for juga.
THE GUENARD DRUG STORE,
e ~J S. GaUIE:NARD, PROPRIesTCR
3rals.o Street. ".,ale.Pro vicd enel. "r=a,
'Drugmg, Jediainef , Chemieal, 'atent Jedieinet.
fe$ (arries a foill line oV Paiints, Oils, Irarris1es,
a BrrF lshes, Woliet Soaps, Perfuinlery, Books, iti.e
ry StatioIery aI]d Glass.
a Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
I ROBERT ERNST,
Jewelry and Piano House.
Largest Stock of
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks & Silverware
IN r'HE STATE.
S Agent for the celebrated, Sohmer & Co'as, Crown, Waldoof, Lakeeide a d
Schiller Pianos. Write for circulars.
Fine Watoh Resaring Specialty.
C0, or. Washington & Crawford St. VICKSBURG, b lS
s Tes4and 1
ot because of hiS awonitment to offl _
wtith a fat satarY but because he earms
. .a fact eqully gratifyilt.
C arroll ample .ok
from which he selects the perfect.Bt~ttafl clotbus
ORED that nak hint the cynoS,, of a- hdeahribtt
co chutry and beknows it. These big Tailors
eet the cream of the trade in every town where
- Aett ' e r u e tnat. ,we
udfi'ms tou st E aps t or as
ha and the most dependabe I tin ad Trim
--et.flttIer inne- -e st yoe ver
wll ake Astlage odseais
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W-.ae de do id f J: ob Wor.