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Our Special Premium List at the East Carroll Fair,
November 8th, 9th and Klth
Best bushcl corn, 5 pounds best coffee; Best bushel Irish potatoes, 20
pouwnls wlllite sugar; Best display butter, nice churni; Best home cured ham,
one Gold Band ham; Best loaf bread, 24 pounds best flour; Best display
preserves aind jams, one dozen fruit jars.
MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER.
THE BANNER-DEMOCRAL 'r,
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Saturday, October 6,1900. 2ach
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J. E. RAN.DELL, I.. H. MONTGOMERY The
F. X. IRANiD)ELL. Notary Public ad
and and ii
Inserance Agent. Provi
Attorneys at Laow nub
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Real .Estate Agents, oto
Lake Providence, la . Mag
TWILL PRACTICE IN TIHE COURTS OF This
EAST CARROLI., WEST CARROLL AND SUCKh
MADISON PARISIES, AND THE STATE bome
SUI'REIME COURT. Jo
Clifton F. Davis, day
-teal ElIstate AJLt, talk
-AND- to se
Lake Providence, La. Ti
HAVING JUIr FINISHED A COMPLEt'E
ABSTRACT (OF ALL THE LANDS IN EAST mor'
2ARROLL. I AM I'REPARED TO FURNISH OctC
ABSTACTS OF TITLES ON SHORT NOTICE, like
E. WAYLES BROWNE, caus
STENOGIAPTIER AND NOTARY PCBLIC. Ti
W. D BhELL, W. B. PIERCE. Thu
DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE. Men
O(lr oftice is located in the office for. goOd
mally occupied by Hon. C. S. Wyly. land
1)r. Pierce's residence. The EgellY do a
- - ored
L ocal and Parish News.
Providence sl now receiving four ing
mails a day. feld
Marshal Peck made two arrests last twee
Saturday night. tsed
It will pay to not forget to examine
the flues this month. M
Dr. Shehee, the dentist, has bis ofice ly ill
in the Bernard building. dent
D)in't forget to hbve your exhibits X. I
ready in time for the big lair. 18 o0
The Police Jury will meet in reg
ular quarterly session on Tuesday sicis
- Our merchants should liberally ad- her
vertise. There is nothing lost in do
So far the cotton picking deasOn has secv
not been interrupted by doy bad in a
A fresh lot of Lowney's fine candies fool
received weekly by George Ashbridge, roa
the grober. R a
A ten pound boy arrived at the ir
home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schneider ti
on Friday evening.
Rev. Mr. Boberg will bold services Ne
in the second ward to.morrow even- stet
inlg at half put four. visi
Our great telegraph line went down vial
on Tuesday at some point ahd was out
of use for several days. Set
Mrs S. K. Cooper left on the Dewey loo
last week for Smittlaod, where she frit
goes to visit her sister.
Thete is more sickness throughout I
the parish at the present time than Bo
during the whole summer.- the
Services at the Episcopal Churdb to. bey
morrow morning at 11 o'clock and at
7:30 o'clock in the evening.
A baptising took place down at
Hagaman's break last Sunday. Sever If I
al colored people were emersed. the
Services will be held at the Catholic
Church to-morrow morning at half
past ten and in the eveniug at 6 5e
John Wyatt, living at Monticello, la
bas taken up a small black borse with be
some white on legs. 1'he horse is also
Work is progreseing nicely on the "
enlargement levee work and on the he
big levee being built down along the tb
Mr. Maxwell, the bestling store
manager of Benjamin, Constaut & Co., ct
of Atherton, was a welcome yisitor to to
town on Wednesday.
The merchants are doing a good di
business, and on Saturdays it is al
anost imposelsible to walk the streets l
for the crowds of colored people. ii
Cotton seed is bringing twenty dol- o
lars a too at stations on the Y. & M.
V. R. R Why should'ut the same
price be paid for seed on the river?
When you use Lipton' tea once, you b
will never use any other kind.
George Ashbridge carries it in half t
pound, one pound and two pound cans.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Watkins, of
Lormaso, Miss., spent a few days Into 8
town this week, returning yesterday s
morning. They came on a sad mis
Mr. Ernest 'Randle returned from
New Orleans ln the early part of the
week, bringing his father with him,
who spent a few days at Bellagio
Rev. R, C. Barrow, of the M. E.
Church, hams been conducting a revival
for the past three weeks. He inform
ed us that much good will result troim
Hon. Robt. Nicholson, Mr. Charley
Hope, Mr. A. M. Nelson and Mr. T.
W. Jar, members of the Police dJry,
were in town on Tuesday attending a
It is said that the religions fever has
struck the colored ball players in the
lower part of the pareh saod up in
Buncb's Bead, and that it is about to
break up the clbs.
Mr, Jobo Rd., one of Floyd's big
S'morobants;was in town for a oouple
of days tide.week. . We woold like to
. see ouob Uteritg young . fellows
. come citiseus of our pushing tow.
se nbseln on elw
STo cure a cold in one day take A si
Laxative Bro Quinine. All druggists tribut
refund the money if it fails to curs Journ
25cts. E W. Groves signature is on
each box. Sold at G uenard's drug mandi
The number of sympathizing friends lan,"
and the largest funeral ever seen in mar1,
Providence, showed the high esteem in his hu
which our dear and loving sister was ctpiot
held by every one. It is some conso- hbe
lation to know this. Peace to her Wom
!Last week six bales of long staple cures
cotton was sold by the grocery firm of -'Blue
Maguire & Schneider to Sol Cohen, the autho
cotton buyer, for 3I cents per pound. Flow(
This beats shipping cotton away when Phelp
such a price can be realized right at of Ms
home. with t
Judge W. G. Wily, looking the plc. is e
ture of good health, returned last Fri
day from a two months stay In Paris.
tle saw everytbing that was to Ie rpaty
seen, and it is interesting to hear hin r
talk of the Expositton. We are glad of a
to see him robust in health. Amo
The last two weeks of September Some
have been very hot, and the heat is felt Can I
r more than in the middle of summer. cisint
October be started in hot and it looks Fnmi
like it is going to last through the $700(
month. The extreme hot weather is are g
causing a great deal of sickness. tails,
The stesaner Julia in command of Home
Capt. Fred Hiuer, passed down on terioi
Thursday, her first trip dut from By T
Memphis In sometime. She had a Phila
good freight for Providence and way cents
laudings. We hope to see this boat news
do a large share of the business. Tb
Elder Coun, one of the best col- hurg
ored men in any country, and who by it
stands high among the white people glad
of our parisb, will have a big haptis- been
uing down at Swan lake, near Winter- The
field, to-morrow. There are between Co.,
twenty sid thirty people to be bap- and
Mr. Tom Davis who was dangerous- steat
ly ill on Tuesday evening at the resi- for a
deuce of his brottrer-in-law, Judge F givel
X. Ratsdell, Is now much better and that
is on the road 'to recovery. His phy- and
sician, Dr. Bernard, pulled him rater
through a most aggravated case of Vick
I- bematuria. shou
Last Saturday we had in town M
several gentlemen who are interested dans
d In a large lot of laud in our parish, (nee
and it is said there is a big deal on urdi
is foot by which t'he Iron Mountain Rail- guet
8, road will become the owner. If this eral
Is a fact, there is a prospect of us get- Mrs
ºr ting our railroad. Mrs
Miss Annie Belden returned from. Hel
as New Orleans last Friday on the boy
Uteamer Dewey. Miss Auuie has been sttr
visiting triend& at Bay. St. Louis, bes
ut Biloxi, Sea hbdfe Camp Grounds and will
Scranton during the summer, end Bati
sy looks the picture of health. Her many
be friends welcome her return home.
ut Dr. Sbebee, Deutist, arrived last
an Sunday, and has his office up-stairs in
the Bernard building. Dr. Shehee has all
o. been prtcticing his professioh for tv;
twenty years, and Is highly spoken of. the
He will temain during next week, and
r If any one needs dental work done,
they should not delay in seeing him. No
lf Mr. R. L.lill left last Monday for
6 Las Vegas, N. M., where Mrs. Hill bhas
been for sometime. His wife is tot tio
Ilo, improving, and be has goue io bring
ltb her back, where she will be surround
'oed by her kinto people and her dear and
the sweet little children. It is sad, and
the br frtende hkv. our heart.felt symnpa- th
the thy. tel
ore We learn that our progressive mer- s
,o., chadta, R. J. Bultey & Co., are going
Sto to give away a beautiful parlor orgtt
which will be on exhibition in a few at
a days. (oupons will be given to pur
bschers and the lucky numtber will get
theorgan. The coupons will be iessued
lol- on and after the 15th of Oct. Further w
M. particulars will be in our next issue. bl
rme -- -- -
Col. Jno. A. Buckuer was welcotmed
you back on Tuesday last, after ah ab
id. sence of four mounths speut in raveling d
half through England, Germany, France, Ii
of Ireland and Scotland. lie gives ab
a glowing discriptiot of the Paris Expo- p
day saltion, anud it is a pleasure to bear him tl
mis- give his remiuieceuces and what be n
saw in his travels. The B.-D. is glad i
rom to see him lookiug the picrure of good 8
lgio Atunt Martha Branntoum, wife of Ed
4. E. Bratmum, died on Wednesday night.
vival There were few colored woment who
orm- weft better liked thnbu aunt Martha.
rom She was a good christian wonman, at
tended to her own affairs, add was
ale chatitable to a fult. The good old
Stry y time'colored people are fast passing
ig [a a y, and it will not be long before
they are all gone. 'Peace to the soul
or has oftnt Martha.
p in 'The cotton buvers of Providence
u u to are paying the highestL price for tot.
oonwle Fdr chills sad malarial fever, take
Ik e tot Grove Tasteles Ch.ill Totnic. 'Every
e, jbottle posiltively .guarauteed. . eld .V
vR. jG oenard's .droW'store
A score of writers and artists con.
tribute to the October Iadie ' Home had as
Journal, and the issue is one of com- away,
manding excellence. The number sister
opens with "'The Story of a Young tyO f
Mau," which, portrayitrg Jeans as a them.
man, and viewing him in the light of last T
his humanity, fills a unique and unoc- the P
cupied place in current literature. of a
The first of "A Story of Beautiful The ft
Women" tells of the romance of an deuce
American girl who married a Bona- Ceme'
parte, and a series of stirring adveu- perfom
sores are narrated in the first of the copal
"Blue River Bear Stories," by the In
author of "When Knighthood was in munlt
Flower." Mrs. Elizabeth Stuart youtt
Phelps's new novel, "The biuccessors one 0
of Mary the First," which has to do was
with domestic and suburban life, and that e
is exceedingly funny, is begun in the acque
October Journal. Edward Bok ar- sweet
raigts the Pullman Palace Car Com- her.
patty for reaching false standards of tied t
decorative art. Of the special feat. s t-h
arA of Interest are: "The Longings an O'
of a Secluded Girl," "A Minister weep
Among the Cowboys-' "Romances of quien
Some Southern Homes," "How We her.
Can Lead a Simiple Life." and "Criti- silen(
cising the Clothes of the Minister's keep
Family." "A Georgian House for glad(
$7000" and "A Farmhouse for $3500" smile
are given, with building plans and de- Sb
tails, atnd "A Successful Country not n
Home" pictures the exterior and iu- heavy
terior of a house of log construction. T
By The Curtis Publishing Company,
Philadelphia. One dollar a year; ten La
cents a copy. For sale at Guenard's of tl
news stand. Aton
The freight rates between Vicks- Day
burg and Cariola, Ark., have been cut eat h
by the steamer Natchez, but we are latte
glad to learn that no attetionu has and
been paid to the- cut by any one. of th
The Vicksburg & Greenville Packet very
Co., have given us an excellent service of C
and are deserviutg of the support of want
every one. It is not right for tramp from
steamers like the Natchez, that runs faith
for a few months in the fall, to be srva
Riven any support over a regular line, eutit
that run their boats the year round, othe
and often at a heavy loss. T'he freight dox
rates are not exorbitant, and the tom,
f Vickeburg & Greenville Packet Co., the I
should be patronized. Atoi
1 Mrs. Lizzie Coleman and her two Few
daughters, Miss Gay and Mrs. Helm of ti
(nee Miss Julia.) came down last Sat- FAtt
u urday from Greenville, and were the ied
guests of their relatives here for sev
s eral days. They were accompanied by
M re. Kate Gay, who returned with At
Mrs. Blelm a ddy or two later. Mrs. for
n. Helm brought her young, bouncing ven
e boy with her, who was the center of The
a attraction, it is useless to say. We ed
a, bear tjat Mrs. Coleman and Miss Gay Ie t
d will make this their home again. The the
d Banner-Democrat welcomes them back. the
. AFTER A HAT? Mo
it Stetsou-I)uulap--'Miller-they're serv
as all good. We have all the newest Att
r styles-and PLEASE REMEMBER catI
that we don't carry any but FIRST by
eGRADE ST'ETSONS in our stock.
No second grades in any shape. the
Money back if not suited. At
Mail orders receive 'prompt atten YO
t tion. th
g WARNER & SEARLES CO., da
V- icksburg, Miss. hi
d It is rtmtnored that the Gould's, of th
a- the Irou Mouutaiu railroad, have th
taken hold of our late defunct railroad an
er- scheme, which railroad was to run
from Lake Provideuce to Mer Rouge w
to connect with the Iron. Mountain, tb
e and that it will b-bullt. Some of the y
u- ottfficials of this railroad 'we underetand,
will visit Providence'during the week bh
ed of our big fair, and will theu consult sa
hwith our citizens. It seems that if a
er this road is ever to be built, it will c
have to be done by this Compttuy.
ab- Mr. Sol. Cohen returned last Thure-t
ing day morning fromnt Greeuville, bring
cue, ig his wife with him. Mr. Cohen
a has kindly agreed to furnish the pa
on- per a cottou letter every week, stating
ii the weekly condition of the cotton
be market. HIe has also made arrange
glad ments to get the quotations every
ood five minutes direct from the Cottou I
Exchange in New Orleans Mr. Cohen
is a bustler and undterstand his busi
ight. . _
whb The kindness shown us by our
ths. young triend Charley Beard, iu New
O rleans last Sunlday, will never be for
s gotten. We do not know what we
was would. have doame without 'his assist
i Robt. Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
or A. Richard, was taken very sick last
soul Sundlay, anud ot Monday he had two
cogestlve chills. We are glad to
learnt the young man is now much
o , Sx'ecn bales of cottolt from West
Carroll'c.ame over Wedaruedav.. This
take was the first ol the season. Now that
vver'y the road are I first ·tbe couditiotn,
ud MYt large amounut "of .l cottot should
Toalet this way.
KATE BELLE TUUaNER:
The Bander-Democrat is called up
on this week to chronicle the leath of
Miess Katie Turner, which sad event
took place in New Orleans last Sun
day morning, at 11:30 a. m, at the
Charity Hospital. We spoke of the
accident she met with last week from
being thrown from a buggy and
bhaing her leg broken. But she re
ceived other injuries which proved
fatal. She was taken from her sister's
home at Lorman, Miss., where bhe was
visiting, to the Charity Hospital for
treatment; but her' condition became
critical and her brother was tele
graphed for last Saturday mot'niug.
lie left immediately with his wife,
reaching the Hospital about two
hours before she died, to find her in an
unconscious condition. Peritonitis
had set in and the good lady passed
away, surrounded by her brother and
sister and the other members of the
tyo families, but unable to recognize
them. Her remains were brought up
last Tuesday morning and interred in
the Providence Cemetery, in the midst
of a large gathering of her friends.
The funeral took plane from the resi
deuce to Grace Church, thence to the
Cemetery, the Rev. F. O B Boberg
performing the ceremony of the Epis
In the death of Miss Katie the com
munity loses one of its most estimable
young ladies and the Episcopal Church
one of its most zealous workers. She
was possessed of those rare charms
that endeared her to the circle of her
acquaintance, and she had for all a
sweet, winning smile that never left
her. A soft evening bretze just rue
tied the trees and crept over the lake
as they laid her away is the quiet of
an October evening, and it seemed to
weep for her los, and sing her re
quiem, as the earth closed slowly over
her. Hler face is shrJuded in the
silence of the tomb, but memory will
keep her with us, as when in life she
gladdened all she met by her sweet
smile and words of kinBuess.
She has gone to her rest-to home
not made with hands, eternal in the
THE DAY OF ATONEMENT.
SLast ('oesday was the great holiday
Sof the Jews, known as the Day of
Atonement. In fact, New Year, of
which we spoke last week, and the
- Day of Atonlement are the two great
t eat holidays of the Jewish race. The
latter is a day of fasting and prayer,
a and of thanksgiving for the blessings
* of the past and of the future. It is a
t very old custom, antedating the birth
~ of Christ, or even the forty years'
'I wandering in the wilderness. It dates
P from the foundation of the Jewish
a faith. These two holidays are ob
e served'strictly by all Jews over the
a, entire face of the earth. There are
1, other holidays, which the more ortho- Di
t dox keep according to the olden cus
e tom, but none have that deep hold on
"' the race, as a whole, as the Day of
Atodement. For instance, there is the
Jewish Easter, or Passover; and the
0 Feast of Purim. in commemoration
of the salvation of the Jews by Queen
- Esther, the Jewess maiden who mar
e ried the Persian King, Ahasuerus.
SBesides these, there are others of more
or less 'importance, but the Day of
Atonement and New Year have been
for kges the greatest and the most
Svenerated of all the holidays of Israel.
f The Day of Atonement was establisheb
ed by God through his servant, Moses.
In the 28rd chapter of Leviticus, from
be the 26th to the 23rd verses, we find
26th-And the Lord spoke unto
27th-Also on the tenth day of this
re seventh month there shall be a day of
SAtouement: it shall be an holy convo
cation uuto you; and ye shall afflict a
your souls, and offer an offering made an
by fire unto the Lord.
ck. 28th-And ye shall do no work in
that same day: for it is a day" of
Atonement, to make an atonement for
en you before the Lord your God.
29th1-For whatsoever soeal it be
that shall not be afflicted in that same m
day, he shall be cut c f itm among to
. hie people. he
30th-And whatsoever soul it 'be
of that doeth any work in thatsame day,
ave the same soul will I destroy fromN
ad among his people.
run 81st-Ye shall do no manner of 3
uge work: it shall be a statute for ever r
ain, throughout your geuerations 'ip all
the your dwellings..
tud, S2ud.--it shall be' unto you a Sab- c
eek bath of rest, and ye shall afflict your
suit soule: in the ninth day of the month
it if at even, from even unto even, shall ye ,
will celebrate your Sabbath. t
The steamer Valley Queen has
nr-started iu the New Orleans and Bends
trade, leaving New Orleans On Thure
g~ays, which will make her pass Provl
dence on Sundays. Mr. T. C. Sachse,
pa- who is a popular gentleman and well
king known on the river as a first class
tneo steamboatman, is the head clerk of the
e Valley Queen, which will assure
ter prompt attention to all business eno
ntrusted to this boat. Mr. Yancey
u- Bell is her agent.
The Epworth League meets every
Sunday evenulng at the Methodist
Nea The steamer Delta, one of the 'larg
i tr- eat and most comfortable boats on the
Swe river, Is doing a good business in the
sist-Memphis and Vicksburg trade. Her
officers are popular with every one.
Mrs. It is reported that a colored woman
last by the name of Suina Holmes, li#ing
Stwo near Edgewood plantation, died on
ad to Wednesday from leprosy. This is
m uch something that shouli be caretally
This J. N. tlill t Bro, have just received
rthat a flue line of shoes for gebtlaserr,
, a These shoes wer, made speeaidly foe
should their trades. a)V thy ganrsatee,'ever
aiMN's RIGEUR snoEs
If you want a SHOE that will give you Five Dollars
worth of wear for
'the RIGEUR will come as near filling the bill as any
shoe on the market.
The White Sewing Machine
was awarded the Gold Medal at the Paris Exposition.
We are Agents for these Machines, and have them at
$25.50 TO $29.50.
'Both White and Black know what it measts to have a
Suit of Clothes or a Pair of Pants made to order by F
these people. They give you the -Avery best material,
and the way they put up a garment and fit you, is too
well known to require argument. WE ARE TIIEIR A(;ENTS.
Good quality, per Roll 40 yards, $7.75 to $12.50.
SMYRNA AND BRUSSELLS, 600ta to $6.50.
TAPESTRY AND CHENILLE, 7Gcts to $2.25.
IN HALF POUND AND POUND PACKAGES,
George IshAbridge's Grocery Store.
-- Jacob Marcus, -
Lake Street, - Lake Providence, La.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Hats, Caps. Tranks, Valises, Clooks, &o.
A Preltty Line of Summer Goods.
Ladies' Shirt Waists, Skirts and Hats.
3iGive me a call and I will endeavor to please you.
Geo. W. McKee,
*he Old I.el.atle Grxocery rouL e
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
All kifids fFlafoy Far~rily G0deties
We invite you to call and see our Stock of Canned Goods. WVe carry
a large line of different grades-of sugar and coffee. We buy for cash
and secure the discount, thereforwe can sell for a small profit.
POLICE JURY PROCEEDINGS. F
Lake Providence. La., Oct. 2, 1900.
The Hon. Police. Jury of East Car
roll parish, met pursuant to adjouin
ment, for the purpose of opening bids
for the building of the new court
Present-Hon. Robert Nicholson.
President; Yancey Bell, secretary;
W. C. Hope, Phil McGuire, A. M.
Nelson, T. W. Jay.
Bids of Messrs. Lowman & Co., and c
Mr. E. J. Hamley were received and
read, and there being no other bids.
after consideration, on motion of Mr.
Hope, seconded by Mr. Jay, it was
-unanimously resolved, That having re
ceived only two bids for building the
new court house and both being very 1
much in excess of the amount we con- 1
sider reasonable, both be rejected and
advertisement be again made for bids
to be opened Tuesday. 'October 23rd.
1900, at noon.
The following offered by Mr. Hope
e and seconded by Mr. Nelson, was
- unanimously adopted:
Be it resolved, That Messrs. Nichol
son and McGuire are hereby author
ized and empowered to negotiate a
I loan for the purpose of paying cash
a for the contemplated court house.
ie The Board adjourned to meet on
,e Tuesday, Oct. 23rd. 1900.
ROBT. NICHOLSON, Pres.
' YlNCEY BELL, Clerk.
Last Tuesday evening Mr. E. H.
Y Davis was injured considerably by
at falling over the dashboard of his bug.
gy in attempting to gather up the
g- reins. The bherse had started off at a
re trot, and Mr. Davis reached over for
te the reins, but could not reach them.
rfe spoke to the horse, who stopped
Iuddenly, causing him to fall. The
on horse became frightened asd started
off, dragging him some distance and
Is bruising him up pretty badly. The
Il buggy wheel ran over him, but did no
We are paying $16.W per ton foi
for cotton seed, including sacks.
V. M. PORDY & SON
Providence, La., Sept. 29, 1900.
F. B. & C. E. DAVIS,
Don't sell your Cotton tintil you
come to our office and see what it is
worth, aund let us make you an offer. A
We are experienced in the business,
having worked for several years with
one of the larg!st cottop houses in
Texas, and for two seasons in New Or
Orders takln for Future
e SiOFFICE in the Flamley new
brick building opposite Guenard's
a Spot Cash. P'aid
. fo1' C:otton.
,ed --Staples a Specialty.-
Led Give me ; call before
e shipping Cotton. Guar
no antee highest prices.
Orders taken for Future
)N.. ear of SaAE BuMilding.
S. &lala Brui.
- DEALERS IN -
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
S-k ir..s.. 'T"Talioesa. Over '" aoes.
3fEverpthing in our store is new and first class, and we
solicit a liberal share of your patronage.
i. W. SMITBH,JR.; Prest. J. N. H IIL. Vice Prest. J. W. +OOKE,JR., Cashbe
The Lake Providence Bank,
Rmag.e lProvidence. tLa.
CAPITAL STOCK, $. o0,00ee.
-Deposits Received from $1 Up.
6. W. SMITH. JR.. J. N. HILL. J. W. TOOKE. JR.. E. J.HAxML*
PHIL McGrLIRE. J. E. REYNOLDS. J.'C. PITTMAN.
AECE1VES DEPOSITS SUBJECT TO CIIECK, BUYS AND SELLS
ZXCHANGE, LOANDS MlfONEY AND TRANLSACTS A GENERALA
$g iBank opens at 9 a. in. and closes at 4 p. m.
:i R. J. BURNEY & CO., i
Bernard Building, Lake Street, Lake Providenoe, La .
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
and everything kept in a First'Class Store
Er=VerythdnEg for ILaci,~t . '
Hlverytthinig for G-enLLtem.en
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
ag-%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,
Nexat to Max Levy's Big Clothiug tVsOr.,
...LAKE and %3EVEE STREETS...
E Lake Providenfe, : LouimilanJ ,
BILLIARD and POOL TABLE.
Ohoieest brands of Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, O gare dd To
• bacco. Keep on hand; Live Oak, pure Rye; Memphis Olub,
: pure Rye; L T..Rippey, exortel ad reimported; J. E. Pepper.
haid-made sour mabh Bourben; Jockey Olau, hand-made sour
mash; Melwood, pure Bourbon, spring '91; Robinson County,
pure Rye; Beechwood, pure Rye. .
Case Goods, full quarts--Old Bourbon, 20 years old; W. H.
= McBrayer, Old Taylor, the cream of Irish whiakey in jugs, im
ported; Windson Club 1880. This is thechoicest and most aelet
stok of this class of goods ever brought to this market. No e
tra cohrge for juga
THE GUENARD DRUG STORE,
...J S. U-ENAR D, PROPRIsTOR.
L.aIE.e Street. I.1a.e rrC'iovid.L noe. I '
, fug., J edicinet, Chemiaal, patent J.edieinea.
Garries a fall lire of Pairts, Oils, If~rislqes,
Brhstles, Yolet Soaps, FerforYery, BooIks, Vipe
Statiorery arid Glass.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
. Jewelry and Piano House.
Largest ~Stock of
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks &Silverware
IN CTE 'STATE.
Agetit for the e6ebrated, Sohmer & Co's, Crown,' Waldoof,Lakeside a :
Schiller Pianos. Write for circulaire.
Fine Watch Repaii1g a Spialty.
C6r. Washington & Crawford St. VICKSBURG, MI88
' )tn Orator speakr vAtrk Qraw
., i - only whten his
slothes fit iim
k -. You will never feel that way If
1 the best known Chicgo Tailr.AT A U
OFRAME Cdme In and pick out the goods
ever saw. You w11r sure
one o thee usuits. The Fit and the nalty
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a.. We do all kinds of Job Work.