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PUBLISHED EVYRY SATURDAY Al
LAKRPLHOVID CI. LA.
JAMNS N. TURNER,
Publieher and Proprietor.
SUBSCRIPTION: $200 PER YEA t.
Saturdlay, August 10, 190
Fifth District Levee Board.
'e·tilar meetinga f ecead Wednesday's
:L. linlairy. April iJuly, and October, at
I)' La. La.
Police Jury Proceedings.
Lake Providence. La.. Aug. 6, 1901.
Pi1 rsTntit to adjournment and pur
CF;lani t,, I he nrotice of meeting giveu by
tilh. P'reiddnt of the. Pllice J.nry on the
req'I'trneItI' of sniore than twelve free
h Ilite, of the parish, the Police Jury
l','c-",tr t--r ol,t. N ic'holson, I'resident;
W. I lhopt"E and A. 1t. Nelsmn.
Aii-ent-l'hil MlhGduire and T'. W
'Ihereupon the following proceed
ings were hadl:
By Mr. Nelson and carried
lie it ordained. 'l'hat the following
written petition of property tax-payers
to order n special election to submit.
to the, property tax.payers entitled to
vote on the proposition contained
therein, the said proposition to incur a
debt of $165400, to issue thirty-three
negotiable tive per cent bonds of $500
each, and to levy a special ad valorem
tax of two and one-balf (2k) mills for
seven years beginning with the year
1902, and to pledge the revenues de
iired from said tax as security for the
pa) ment of the priacinal and interest
of said debt and of said bonds, he fled
and spread upon the minutes, to-wit:
We. the undersignex tax-payers of
the parish of East Carroll entitled to
vote on. the proposition hereinafter set
out, hereby pa+ition the Honorable Po
lice Jury of said parish to submit, to
the tas payers at a special election to
be called and held for the purpose, the
follow in pros tion :
To incur a deb' of $16.500. by bor
rowing mone. o provide funds for
constructing i,! he town of Providence
a new courthouse for said parish and
for mainttenance of same; and to issue.
in evidence c: said indebtedness. 83 oe
gotiable bonds of $.00 each, bearing
from date I!ve per cent per annum in
terest. payaole. principal and interest,
in gold coin of the United Slates of the
present standard wergh.t and fineness.
interest payable on January 1st of each
year after the year 1902 until maturi
ty or paid. said bonds to be numbered
from No. I to No. 33. both inotlded,
to bear date of November 1st. 1901.
and to mature on January 1st.. 1909.
five of said bonds to be paid, respect
iwely, on the let day of Jannary of each
year after the year 1902 until the year
1901. the particular bonds to be paid
before maturity to be determined by
lot by the Polioe Jury in accordance
with Section 25 of Act No. 5 of 1899
of the acts of the General Aseembly.
and the remaining three bonds to be
paid at maturity, with the option re
served to the ?olice Jury to pay more
of said bonds on the 1st day of January
of any year after 1902., by giving no
tice thereif according to said section
of said Act; and to levy, assess and col
lect, in the calendar years 1902. 1903.
1904,1905. 1906, 1007 and 1908. a
special tax of two and one-half (S2)
mills on the dollar of the assessed val
uation of the taxable property In said
parish for the purposes, first, of pay
ing the principal and interest of said
debt and said negotiable bonds, and
seeond. of maintaining said court
bouse; and to pledge the revenues de
rived from the levy and assessmnent of
~ sadl special tax as security for, the
payment of the principal and interest
et said debt and of said bouds, any bal
kan-mces of said revenmues, after the pay
umecnt of said debt and lnterest and said
negotiablo bonds. to be devoted to the
muaintenanee of said courthoose.
Yonr petitioners represent that. by
the adoption of the above proposition,
the eourthoumse lodebtedness can be
paid in seven years without nereasing
the present rate of parish taxation for
C. S. Wyly, Joe. E. Ransdell, C.
R. Fgelly, £. J. Hamley, J. S. MiL
Ilkm, Geo. W. Mcgee, J. S. Gue
nard, T. J. Fatherree, W. E. Dunn.
W. H. Maben, G. M. Franklin, U.
F.. Peck, S. E. Peek, F. Byerley,
Thos. K. Wilson, R. L. Hill, A. s.
Hill, Frank McGuire, Phil J. Mo
Guire, Phil J. McGuire & Co., Joc.
W. Cooke, C. W. Swofford, Chaa.
D. Gregory, Gee. W. Stewart, H.
M. Dunn, H. L. Jones, H. Stein, W.
H. Fisher, Mrs. Ida Fisher, B. Stein,
Susie a . Taylor, W. S. Brown, Mrs.
8. M. Mcae, Mrs. B. G. Tompkins,
Mrs. B. ·W. Blackburn, Chiton F.,
Davis, Mrs. Clifton Davis, Mrs. F.
F. Montgomery, S. B. Kennedy, J.
W. Tooke, It, J. Burney, Mrs. E. A.
Barney, F. H. $chneider, E. Stock
er, J. C. Pittman, Jno. Williams,
Joseph A. Wyly, J. G. Pittman. J.
S. Peek, W. S. Maguire, Mrs. M. B.
lMaguire, T. B. Davis, W. K. Spur
lock, N. R. White, W. B. Pierce, T.
8, Sitton, T. S. Deloney, F. R. Ber
nard, Jno. S. Ridings, H. L. New
comb, M. P. Kennedy, Mrs. Beassie
Brooks, N. J. Nelson, C. N. Hall, T.
8. Maheao, Jae. N. Turner, J. W.
Donovan, W'. M. Peek, R. L. Mc
Kee, C. H. Bill. Max Levy. J. W.
Barbour, Sam Garber, G. H. Sut
too x his mark attest C. S. Wyly, Eli:.
Sutton x her mark attest C. S. wyly,
M. A. Rdlpib, O. P. Hamilton, Jas.
Beard, Jr., J. C. Punrdy, J. N. Hill,
MrnJ N Hill, E J Deluney, E I
Galbreath. M' M Goodwin, FX
Eansdell. Yancev Bell, V Gargaro,
Geu S Owen. Kate Veelker, Aarol
Ashbridge, A M Green, SN King.
C E Davis, PB Dat's, Jno A Mont
gomery, Tom F Montgomery, Mrs
E.T Montgomery, J F GarnUer, N
Foousse, V M Purdy, Allen M Davis.
H F Mitchell', T J Powell. Mrs T J
oweil, H C McGuire, RI Sanders, C
Mahe, JWo McGuire, S H Davis,
ltiph Aly, Plesa Gardner, RN Rem,
g S Barber, Cass Hederson. Robt
PrnkIfn, Green Tarner, H8 6 Grd
a', Frank Brown. riobt Nihaldpmo,
S. Erwin, AK Awacker, Buck
p.gs, Jdo A Nelson, Leom8bitda,
s, F D Atkitson, A.,1
E enr, Tr P lesakise
Van Foesen, V, Montgomery. E
Rapdell, Prince Wilkeraoo, L
Watts, Wm Whitfiek, G L Parks,
Arthur Williams, UF' Peatro, E M
W Bailey, 4so Wilker, -A niss
Robinss, Iltswara Co., L5td., J J
Erwin, I B Beard, J Bass Beard, C
Langham, Agt., Geo C King. W C
Hope, WE Laneg, II W Benjamin,
T J Gilliamn, Albert Vought, W It
Benjamin, J C Maxwell, W E
Keene, II Selig, It C Green. Abe
Base, Mrs K D Wyly, E W Brown,
W A Blount, J W Pittman, Dr W
D Hell, W II McCulloch, D W Gil.
mnur, Jas Beard, Sr., Mrs Jas Beard,
Mrs Estelle Bernard, A Robinson,
By Lr. Hope' and carried
Be it it ordained, That, having read
and hc,naidernd the foregoing .petition
of property tax pavers and having cow
pared cxme w ,th the aissessnment-rolls
and registration boOks cif this parish
anil havi. g fund that said petition is
signed ,y more than oue-third both in
number and in amount of the property
tax payers entitled to vote on the pro
positien contained in said petition and
hereinafter set out, there he and there
is hereby ordered a special election to
be held in this parish, on Tuesday. the
10th day of Sptembuer. 19U0. to sub
Iuit. to t!,e property tax payers of said
parish entitled to vote on such propost
toii, the following proposition, to-wit :
To incur a debt of G16.500, by bor
rowing money to provide fends for
construcling iu the Town of Provi
dence a new courthouse for said parish
and for maintenance of same; and to
Issue, in evidence of said indebtedness,
thirty-three negotiable bonds of $5C0
each, bear:ntg from date five per cent
per annum interest, payable, principal
and Interest, in gold coin of the United
States of the present standard weight
and fineness. interest peyable on Jan
uarv 1st of each year after the year
1902 until ,.aturity or paid, said bonds
to be numbered from No. I to No. 33.
both includoed. to bear dlate of Novem
ber 1st. 190? and to mature on Jan
uary 1st, 1909. tht iarticular bonds to
be paid, respectivtly. on the 1st day of
January of each year after the year
1902 until the year 1919, the particular
bonds to be paid hbefore maturity to be
determined by lot by the Police Jury
in accordance with Section 25 of Act
No. b of 1899-of the Acts of the Gen
eral Assembly, and the remaining
three bonds to be paid at maturity,
with the option reeeryed to the Police
Jury to pay more of said bonds on the
1st day of January of any year after
1902, by giving notice thereof accord
Ing to said section of said Act; and to
levy, assess and collect. in the calendar
years 1902. 1903, 1904. 1905. 1906,
1907 and 1908. a special tax of two
and one-half (24) mills on the dollar
qf the assessed valuation of the tax
able property in said parish for the
purposes, first, of paying the principal
and interest of said debt and of said
negotiable bonds, and second, of main
taining said courthouse; and to pledge
the revenues derived,from the levy and
assessment of said special tax as secu
rity for the payment of the principal
and -nterest of said debt and of said
bonds, any balance of said revenues,
after the payment of said debt and in
terest and said negotiable bonds, to be
devoted to the maintenance of said
Be it. further ordained, That the
President of the Police Jury give no
tice of said election by thirty days'
publication in the Banner-Democrat,
the ofictal journal of. the parish, and
set forth in detail therein the foregoing
iroposition and that the Police Jury
will, in open session, on the 12th day
of September, 1901, at noon, at the
oflice of the clerk of the District Court
of this parish. proceed to open the bal
lot boxes, examine and count the bal
lotsein number and amount, examine
and canvass the returns and declare
the result of said election.
Be It further ordained, That the poll
ing places in said parlish for said elec
tion he fixed, as follows:
In the 1st ward, let and 2nd pr
aincts, at Salem store.
In the 2nd ward, 3rd precinct, at
In the 3rd ward, 4th precinct, at the
District Court clerk's office.
In the 4th ward, 5th precinct, at
In the 5th ward. 6th precinct, at Pa
Be It further ordained, That the fol
lowing named registered voters be
appointed commissioners and clerks
of election at the several polling pla
ces, respectively, to-wit:
1st ward, Salem store polling, place
Commissioners: C. B. Buckner, A.
IK. Amacker and C. Lsngham. Clerk.
I. B. hi-ard.
2nd wardTransylvania store polling
place-Commissioners: Abe sass.-AL
bert Vought and WV. II. Moore. Clerk :
J. C. Maxwell.
3rd ward. Clerk's office polling place
Commissioners: W S. Brown, S. B
Kennedy and C. R. Egelly. Clerk:
). W. Gilmour.
4th ward. Barber store polling place
-Commissioners: R. N. Rea. Italph
Aly and E. Stockner. Clerk: Jas.
St. G. McCulloch.
5th ward, Panola store polling place
-CommissMoners: C. A. Voelker. F.
B. Davis and T'. S. blaben. Gleric:
Gen. S. Owen.
. Be it further ordained, That thecom
pensation of election officers be fixed
at $2.00 per day.
Be it further ordained, That the reg
istrar of voters of this parish be re
quired to furnish the commissioners
supointod to bold said election the
several lists of tax payers entitled to
vote in person or by proxy at said
election at their respective polling
places, together with the valuation of
each tax payers' property as shown by
the assessment rolls of the parish.
T'he President was authorized to Uad
vertise for the necessary earthwork for
the new Tensas bridge.
Messrs. Hope,Nelson and Bell were
appainted a committee to locate the
new bi idge to cross Tedsias.
The Board then adjourned to tues
on T'hrsday, Sept. 12. 1901.
ROBT. NICHOLSON, President
YANCEY BELL, Clerk.
10 Day Tickets
$S250 VickabuL g to Bo falo amd
Betarn, en sale Daily via
Y- & M- U/. R~AILRO·AD.
Leave Vietfbmg 11:30 p. m.; arrive
unffal 10;3SO a. m; (85 hours); through
slmtlwr from Memsphis.
A. Q PEABCRE, C. P. A:,
• Vicksburg, ts..
0ttUg !suk and gatems) thea Ia aeed of I
9 @hf sk. C pipt ~ sb*e)aI.-l8eksmsal a
&iser Tablta dtel) s * stf to det I
35 ,-'1 - . . =
NRO6E OF ELECTIOf.
By virtue of tWe powI* iesttl In ni by
law adpurmuanlt to t ordisemce of the
Pollee Jury of Jes.t CMoll parish edopted
Son the 6th day ofAugtlrt. 1901. ordering a
special eleetion. public notice is hereby
given that a special etection will be held in
sand parlsh on
Tuesday, the 10th day of Sep
to submit to the property-taxpayers of said
parish entitled to vote on the proposition
hereinafter set out. the following proposi
To incur.a debt of $1;4..5W, by borrowing
money to proviate Rmnds for constructing is
the Town of Providence a new eoarthouse
lor.said parish land for maintenance of
same; and toissu, in evidence of said in
debtedness. t..hrt. 4hree negotiable bonds
of 50o.tu each. bearing from date five per
cent per annum interest. payable. principal
and interest. in giit coin o, the United
Statel of the pre ent <tandard weight and
lineness, interest par:I.le on '.luaYv lst.
of each year at r the 'ear l1lr2 ntil mn
turitv or paid. sadl owols to ;e numbered
from No. 1 to No. i3. both included, to bear
date of November Ist. !511. and to mattire
on 4anuary 1st. 1!19.L live of said bonds to
be paid. respectively. on the let day of Jan
uary of each year after the year 11512 until
the year 19fl.t, the particular bonds to be
paid before maturity to be determined by
lot by the Police tJury in accordance with
Ssection 25 of Act No. . of 1"9 of the Acts
of the General Assembly, and the remain,
ing three bonds to lie paid at maturity.
with the option reserved to the Polfle .Jury
to pay more of said bonds on thle fIt day of
.tanuatrv of any ear tofftr I" Yi.' by givillng
notice thereof according to said section of
said Act; and to le: v, assess and collect, in
the calendar years 1912.1 10:.1914. 1 14 15. 1, 5i.
l1:M) and lsMl). a special tax of two and one
half (21~) mills on thei dollar of the assessed
valuation of the tixable property in said
parish for the puriposes. irst, of paying the
principal and intere-t of said debt and said
negotiable bonds, and second. of maintain
ing said courthouse: and to pledge the
revenues derived from the levy and assess
ment of said special tax as security for the
payment of the principal and interest of
said debt and of said bonds, any balances of
said revenue', after the payment of said
debt and interest and said negotiable
bonds, to be devoted to the maintenance of
Notice is hereby given that by said or
dinance the following polling places have
been tixed and this following named regist
I ered voters have been appointed commis
sioners and clerks of election at the re
spective polling places, to-wit:
-1st ward-polling place. Salem store.
Commissioners: C. B. Buckner. A. K.
Alnaetker and C. Langham. Clerk : 1. B.
2nd ward-polling place. Transylvania
store. Commissioners: Abe Bas. Albert
f ought :and W. It. Moore. Clerk : .1. C.
:trd ward-polling place, Clerk's oflice.
Cormnislioners : W. R. Brown. S. R. Ken
nsdy and C. It Egelly. Clerk: 1). W.
4th ward-polling place. Barber store.
Commissioners i!.. N. Rea, Ralpl Aly and
E. Stockner. Clerk: ias. St. St. McCulloch.
5th ward--nollin, place. lPanola store.
Commissioners: C. A. Voelker, '. :;. Davis
and T. S. Maten. Clerk: (;eo. S. Owen.
Notice is also herebly given that the
Police. l ry willill.n oloen session. on the
12tii day of September. Ia91. at noon, at the
office of 'he Clerk of the D)istrict Court of
thtis parish. proceed to open the btllot
boxes, examine aid couint the ballots in
nunmber and amount. exaline and canvass
the returns and declare tile result of said
Lake Providence, La., Wtis the Gth day of
President Police Jury.
W. E. DUNN.
JA.. N. TURNER.
W. C. McRAE.
Supervisors of Election.
To the Publil.
DR. FRANK E. ARTAUD.
Dr. Artaud having resigned and
severed his connection with the U. S.
army. has returned, resumed pratice
and formed a partnership with Dr. F.
R. Bernard. Dr Artaud desires to cor
rect the inmpression that be is not to
remain in Lake Providence-and feels
grateful for the honor and privilege of
casting his lot among the people of
East Carroll pariab.
TO SAVE HER CHIHD.
From frightful disfigurement Mrs.
Naunie Galleger, of La Grange, Ga.,
applied Bucklen's Aronica Salve to
great sores on her head and face, and
writes its quick cure exceeded all her
hopes. It works wonders in Sores,
Bruises, Skint Eruptions, Cuts, Burns,
Scalds and Piles. 25c. Cure guaranlt.
teed by J. S. Guenard, druggist.
Lake Providenc Bank,\
at close of business June 30, 1901.
Loans. discounts and over
drafts ................ $50.716.24
Real estate, furniture and
ixtures-...... ........ 3,771.16
Cash in safe and other
Capital stock........ . $15,000.00
Surplus ................ 625.00
and taxes paid)........ 3,275.43
Deposits.... .. ........ 69,839.14
I, 3. N. Hill, Vice President and J.
W. Tooke, Jr., Cashier, do hereby cer
tify that the above statement is true
Sworn to and subscribed before me
on this 11th day of July, 1901.
CHAs. R. EGELLY,
Aug. 3, 1901, .4t.
Notioe to 0o02ra.tor.
Bids will be received up till 12 o'clock
noon, on Seitember 12th, 1901, atthe Clerks
ofice, in Lake Providence, La., for the ill
ing in of the earth work on hew Teats
bridge, approximate estimate ten thousand
The Police Jury reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids.
A deposit of fllty dollars will be required
with each bid.
President of folfee Jury.
Lake Provdence, Ls., Aug.4, 1901.
3adget of Ezpenoo.
Be it ordained that the following
budget of expenses for the town of
Providence for tbhe liscal year ending
July 1902, be and the same is hereby
Mayore salary ....................* $100 0
Marshal salary..................... 7.0 .
Secretary salary .................... 00
Treasnrers salary............ ..1... 50
Per dtem Councilmena............10.......90
Cemetery Comalsteaers. ......... 10 O0
Street and &rldge................ 80 0
Lighnt .................................... 00
rentgine ....................... ... t
•uaraetile Board ei Health........ U
an ..co es.. ...................... de
WI : iiOFill+r. e,-e+,y.
AN D eow.. .
This Store Sells Goods
As Low as can, rather than
as High as it: might.
We announce to the trade that uue are
just in receipt of a
LARGE STOCK OF
Hamilton-Brown Shoe Co., Shoes
THE BEST SHOE MADE .
WE: HAVE ALL STYLESS
WE ARE MAKING A CUT ON
ALL SUMMER DRESS GOODS
J. N. Hill & Bro.
SUMDftRWEAR A U nDERWna R
FOR 9RR 8 - P .17 FORLADIS' W
ll MEN RMD BOY3 ."1 (( * RND CMIL.DREaM 1
M IL L I K I N'S.
SUMMER SALE AT
MIL IJK.I S
'TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR F·LLSTOCK
WHICH MAS JUST BEEN BOUGMT
We have determined to reduce all
BOOTS AND SHOES,
FROM 1O TO 25 PER CENT.
We have to make room and this Is the way to do it.
CALL AND GET A DELINEATOR POR AUCGUST. IT IS
MORE COMPLETE THAN BI4U R.
See as for everything in the line of .%
Connected by Cumberland free
and fousse 'Phones. £elivery..W
J, J.POWERS, Pres. A. F;.NIIMTZ. Visa Pres, T. G. BRIERLY, Secty.
Vicksburg & Greenville Packet Co.,
:' 1 ~ Steamere BELLE OF TIHE BENDS, ANNIE
LAURIE and RUTHI
Steamer Belle of the Bends lea yes Vicksburg every Monday and! Thursday
at 3 p. m.; returning, leaves Greenville every Tuesday and Friday.
Steamer Annie Laurie leaves Vicksburg every Wednesday and Saturday
at 3'p. m.; returning, leaves Greenville every Tuesday and Sunday evening.
First-class passenger and freight accommodations. Boats brilliantly lighted
throughout with electricity. Lights in every stateroom. Cusine unsurpassed.
YANCEY BELL, Agent.
Daering Ideal Improved Mowers and Rakes. Steel roller and ball heat
ing. Parts and Repairs kept on hand. fhghest award at Paris
-Exposition. .J. w. PI'TMAN,
Agt. for Lake Providence
WILL SAVE YOU FREIGHT.] and Adjacent Territory.
ram ~s,~ =- SCHLIT. i
For tity years Schlitz beer has been brewed at Milwaukee. From- 1
this city it goes to the remotest parts of the earth. The sun
never sets oD Schitz agencies. Civilized men do not hve where
Schlitz beer is not standard. People now demand a beer that is
healthiful, and that demand calls for Schlitz. Every harrel is
illtered-every bottle is sterilized. A beer that is pure is healthful.
That is SchlitG.
Ever s Sircst Clrsh placen handles icahlitz.
thiscit it oesto be rmotst artsof he arth Th su
THEIR SECRET IS OUT.
All Sadleville, Ky., was curiouse to
learn the cauee of the vast improve.
met nla the health of Mrs. S. P. Whit
taker, who bad for a long time, endur.
ed untold suffering from a chronic
broachial trouble. aIt's all due to Dr.
King's'row Discovery," writes her
husbasd. "It completely cured her
sad also cured our little grand-deagb.
ter of a severe attack of Whooping
Cong." It positively cures Coughs,
Colde. Lea Grippe, Br·ecbitls, all
Troat and Lung troubles. Otumre
teed bottle a50 d100. • Triat ot
ties free at J. b. Gueanrd' dt~ _store,
is stillin Business.
sad continue-to handle- the finest
Beef, Pdrk and. Mutto,.
YTur patronage is respectfully aaked
ad satiefaction guaranteed.
I~"Shop- right acrond the Atreet
from the old W'vhittilton Stable..
Get our prices ustr j',eiktl Wi
dý4 Jizt cle work..
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Lake and Levee t ,
Lake :Proidenoe, La.
GENTS' -FURNISHING - GOODS
The Finest Liae of Clothing Caa
SnVied in the City. *
'Ladies' Dress Goods,
Hats, Caps, Boots and
and Hunting Coat.
Trunks, Valises and Hand Bags,
CANNOT BE SURPASED.
Call on me Before Purchasing Eteowhere.
i-g selROeg·eI gegogog nolslOes
A. D. & S. SPENGLER, AGT.,
......... VxICSBURUQ , MIxS..........
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Stain-work, Interior Finish,
and All. Building Material.
bhepest Pl1ae in the South. Write for prices before pasohabueg eleewhe u
W. B. THOMPSON. P. L. Mo0AT.
W. B. Thompson & Co.,
Cotton Factors & Commission Merchants
NO. 800 PERD1DO STREET,
New Orleans, : : Louislala.
Yazoo & Mississip
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE NOON
JULY, 14, 1901.
No. 23-Leave Memphis 8:35 a. m.
Arrive Vicksburg 6:15 p. m.
No. 5-Leave Memphis 7:40 p. m.
Arrive Vicksburg 2:15 a. inm.
No. 5-Leave Vicksburg 2:25 a. m.
Arrive New Orleans 9:10 a. m.
No. 21-PLeave Vicksblurg 9:00 a:. m.
Arrives New Orlo:ns 6:35 p. m.
No 24--Leave Vicksburg 7:40 a. m.
Arrive Memphis g 550 ip. m.
No. 6--Leavo New Orleans 4:00 p. m
Arrive Vicksburg 11:25 p. m.
No, 6-Leave Vicksburg 11:30 p. m.
Arrive Memphis 6:45 a. nm.
No. 22--Leave New Orleans7:10 a.m
Arrive Vicksburg 4:50 p. m.
No. 35-Arrive Vicsbhurg 9:00 a m
No. 36--eave Vicksburg 4:50 p m
A, Q. PEARCE.
C. P. & T. A.. Vicksburg. Miss
JNO A. SCOTT,
Div'n. Pass'r. Ag't. Memphis, Tenn.
WM. MURRAY. D). P. A.,
New Orleans. La.
CITY 3BR3ER P807,
W .. MA .................. ..Proprietor
at Popular Prices.
Agent for Memphis Steam LAundry.
Q. a. C. ROUTE
SUMMER TOURIST TICKET8
From Vicksburg, Kiss.
TO TH E
M1OUNTAINS, LAKES. AND SEA
rickets on sale until Seprember 30.
good to return till Oct.ber 31. 1901.
vin Queen & Crescent Route. Through
sleelpers and dining cars, fast time and
Ashville. N ................... 27 05
asic. V a .................... ...... 2 1
R:edlord. Va .............. .......... 3500
Blue Ridge. Va...................... 3;57'
Bufflo L-ithls Vprtngs, Va............ 38 45
Charlottesille, Va ................... 382
Chlelgo. lU ...................... 2 10
Cincinnati, O ............. ... 2 00
Farmville. Va .................. ... 37 45
Glade Springs, Va .................... 28 8
Lookoul Mountain, Tern........... 220t
Louisville, Ky ................... 23 85
Monteagle. Trnn. .. ... ....... 80
Niagara n slks, N. Y............... 40 50
Norfork. 'Lon ....................... 200
Old Point Coinfort, Va......a ..... 4200
Put-In-Bay. O ............4........ 85
Roanoke. Va....................... 3 365
,t. Louis. Mo................... s400
WaukeLha. Wis ................... i8 lU
White Sulpher Sprinags, W. Va...... 3825
Wayesvitle. N. C......... .. 28... 0
And to points tinnmerable. Rates quot
ed to all ppints on appheatlioa to
F. M. DONOHOE. O. P. & T. A.,
(Go. H.9StrT, . J. ANDasora,
G. P. A:, New Orleans, A. G. Y. A.
FOR ' SALE.
.B. F'. R. eggs, $1.O% per Iseting of
M..I akey ggs; 00 per settl
".P~rn~o s~ k 4as~e~ atitsss.
Queen & Crescent
The Best Line
A T.I.1 -P OI3E
Worrth ac aac mlrlst.
The Summer Tourist's favorite
line via Lookout Mountain.
GEO. H. SMITH,G. P. A,
New Orleans, lA.
R. .J. ANDERSON A. G. P. A..
Nw Orleans, Ta.
R. W. BONDS. T. P. A..
Lake Providence - La
Keeps on hand a large assortment of
Bural Csktsir ew, Plainud Ont
mental Metallic Cases and Wooden
Opflins Made and Trimmed to Order
rapri 18-89-t 11
ST. JAMES A. M. E. CHiRCL.I
SUNDAY eI VIC ES.
9 a. m.-Sunday school.
11 a. m.-Preaehing.
3 p. m.-Class Meeting.
8 p. m.-Preaching.
REV. J. L. ELBERT, P. C.
8. FUOsUM, S. S- SUpt.
J. M. KENNEDY,
Lake Pro vidence, La.
WILL PRACTICE IN
ALL THE COURTS
State of Lonisiaaa. parish of East Carrie,
Third Ward Justle Court.
S. Schwartz & Co., vs. S. A. McNeal-No.
6:-3. J. Dornbaseh vs. S. A. MeNeal
No. 674. J. Dorbusab vs. 8. A. MeNeal
By virtue of 3 write of Fi pu to me dl.
rected by the Hoen. C. R Egelly. Jpstice of
the Peace of the Third Ward Justice Court
for the parith of East Carroll aforesaid. in
the above entitled causes, I will proceed to
sell at public auctiono at the door of the
Dreyfus- store-boose on Levee street, in
the town of Providenee, East Carroll par
ish. La., on
Saturday, the 24th day of As gst, 1901,
between the hours preseribed by law, all
the right, title and lterest of 8. A. McNeal
in andt the following described property.
The entire stock of iod , wateeaa4d
merchandise n the etore-hoe on Levee
street oceupVed by sail 8. A. MeNeel as a
grocery store. ecerdieg to the ingeitoTry
on eini my o s-,zse. In. the above
Terms of sale-?weoIe mieaths emlat,
the puetasear to dedat ansd pay I mh
-et iohbs prine of t st s of
esugt e t dverralegras o e te l the
balaae twelve mhV bedd 'I od
Coestable'e ode, Providec, La., .Aug
-' rrhi;eJDJdi-lJJ~~JJ~~J gL~ "
Town Council Proceedings...
r' :Lake Providence. La., August 1. 1901.
T1he Town Council met this evening
in regular monthly session.
There were present. Hit h. G. M.
Franklin. MaIor; Councilmen C K.
Egelly. C. F. Davis arnt J. W. Pittman.
A quorum hn:ing present, the follow
ing proceedings were had :
Moved "y C. F. Davis and . duly
se,:onded, thiat te meeting adjouran
over 'till Thursday. Angust 8th, until
communication , suld be had with Mr.
O'Bierne, at which tinme taxes for en
suing year may he levied.
The Board then adjourned to Aug
G. M. FRANKLIN, Mayor.
W. 1H. FISHLEIR. Secretary.
W. R. Spann Exonerated,
It is gratifying to the many
friends of Mr. W. R. Spann in East
Carroll to know that he was honor
ably discharged for the killing of
his father in law, Dr. Yerger, at
Tallulah, last Friday. The Vicks
burg Post of 'l'uesday, says:
'"Judge F. X. Ranedell of East Car
roll arrived from Tallulah, La., by
last night's train from Talluilah,
where he had opened a special ternm
of the district court to investigate.
the killing of Dr. Matt Yerger by
Mr. \V. It. Spin. Judge 1,ansdell.
said that after a nmost full and
patient hearing of the particulars of'
the unfortnnate affair, he discharged
Mr. Spann on the ground that all
evidence adduced, much of which.
was from relatives of Dr. Yerger,
showed that he was justified in the
Queen ® .rescent
FAST LINE TO BUFFALO.
Pan-American Special leaves New
Orleans 9:10 a. m., arrives Buffalo.
next evening 7:30.
New Orleans and Cincinnati Limited'
leaves New Orleans 7:30 p. m., arrives.
Buffalo second morning 10:30.
Through Sleepers to Cincinnati
Leave Shrevetort 3:15 p. m. daily,
arrive Buffalo second morning 10:30.
Sleeper, Shreveport to Chattanooga
where change may be made into New
Orleans and Buffalo Sleeper.
Dining Cars' en route serving all.:
SHIoRTErr .ND .QUICKEST TIME.
For detailed information apply to.
any Ticket Agent, or the under.
G.o. H. SMTrn, A. A. AiuREsox,
G. P.A. A. G. P. A.
New Orleans, La
PAN AMERICAN RXPOSITION1
* Buffalo. New York,
Queen , Gresceat Route.
,For the above occasion, the Queen
& Crescent Route will sell tijkets at
low rates to Buffalo and return fromt
points located on its lines.
The Q & C. offers to its.paeons ele
gant passenger service to Buffislo on
fast schedules. Scenery of the fin
est in the country.
For particulars, eall upon or address
any Q.O.C. Agent. or.
R. W. BONDS. T. P. A.
SPECIAL SUMMER TOURIST RATES
VIA Y. & M. V. R. R.
Tickets sold daily until September 30.
Final return limit, October
Montreal. Cnada ....................8I 10
Port Calborne, Canada.............. 4050
St. Catherines, Cana0 .4....... ...... 4050 '
Toronto, Canada..................... 44 85
Colorado Springs, Col-.. .......... 411 4
Denver. Col......................... tRC5
Pueblo. Col ......................... 4 -t95
Chicago, I1. ....................... 210 "
French Lick. Ind ................2. 27 .5
West Baden. ind..................... ST -
Dawson Springs, Ky ...........: 1740
Loutisville, Ky.............. .... .225
Deer Park, Md........................ P8r,
Battle Creek. Michb. ................. 385
Marquette. Mich..................... 4 85
tt. Clemens, Mick ......... ......... 87 0
Minneapots. Min4 ...............t... 406
St.L'aul. Mino ...................... 4460
Bay St.. Louis. Miss .................. 131
BiloxI. Miss .. ............... .... 1884
Pass Christian. Miss................ 12140
St. Louie, Mo......................2400
luffalo, N. Y......................... 40 G
Jampestown N. Y.................... de s
Sewanee. Icnn ..................... 2230
Monteagle. Tenn .................. 2 80
Salt Lake. Utah ...................... 7470
Ogden. Utah ......................... 7474
Old Point, Va........................ 4200
Norfork, Va ........................ 4100
Warrenton. Va ................... 4130
Harpers Ferry, W. V................. ".i
Waukesh8. Wlis............. ....... 080
Waupaca, Wis ............... ........ 3600
Special rates to various other ponlats.
For Information, etc., write or call on
A. Q. PEARCE. C. P. & T. A.. VJcks
L. F. MONTGOMERY. T. P. A..
Triennal Conclave Knights Templarj Lon..
isville, Ky.. August 23 to 30I. e191,
via Queen and Crescent Route.
Por aboveoccalon, Queen and Creseentc
toute will sellround trip tickets to Louis
ville at rate of one fare fqr the round trip,
Dates of sale, August 24, '3, 26.27 sad 28,
with final limit September 8, ib01. By de.
-osltiDu tickets with Joint Agent at Louis.
ville between August 28 and September 2,
an extension ol the final Ilmit to Septem
ber 18, 1901, will be acecorded. Arrange
ments will be made for side trip tickets to
be sold from LouIsville. Ky., within a r.
dism of live hundred and fifty miles thereof
at rate of one lrst class lare fdr the round
trip, selling August I to September 2, in
clusive, with lual limit Septembei 10, 190t
The sale of side trip tickets to be restrieted
to original owners ol Knights Templar Con
leave tickets. Round trp rate to Loui
ville sevowat thil occauson open to all.
U. W. BONDS, T. P. A.,
Taken up by Adam Brown in new ground
of Panola plantation, a Ught sorrel pony,
13 or 14 bands hlgb. Horse was sick when
taken up. Owner can have same by
proving property. paying advertisement
and expense. Call on
C. A. VOEI.KER,
Bunch's Benad.. Panols, La.
'Nblane Universityj of
E. A. ALDERMAIN, LL. D.. President.
Full course in Languages, Scienoes..
Engneerlag, Law, Medicine. Four
new cbairfs estiablshbed for next session.
Tlusne makes leaders in all vocations.
It teldlities for instruction in En
gioiaerlag ar unsurpassed; Useor
eelled opportanities for the study of
Su~g Chemetry. Many ebolarsbip-.
it the academie department. Board.
mad .wmnetom dsidon at lowert erte. No
1 hby boy; It needy. shall be turne,
aY f -ro its doors.
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