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'FPe Btariqrer-DeaoT a3t.
pUBLIHI.ED EVERY SATURDAY AT
LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA.
JAMES N. TURNEUR.
Pablisher sed. Pru-W tor.
SUBSCRIPTION : $00 FEB YEAR.
-c. --- - C;-------
Satardey, Ai n t 24,"1901.
Fifth District Levee Board.
lteutylfr mneetlngs second afedneidsaY
:r. ..tJalltary. .Aril July. and Otobr, at
The da,! a e by the great storm
of last w'ek that vieited .New Or
le:ais. Motle and the coast towns,
it is auld will amnoult to a million
and a half dollars. A great many
lives were liCt.
Town Council Proceedings.
LLlke l'rovteidce. La., Aug. 1, 1ln11.
The tlou. Town Council met this eve
at 8 o'clock in regular monthly session.
P'restnt--G. M. Franklin. Mayor;
Coutlllclllil C. F. Davis, N. Fousse, C
R, Egeily and W. S. !Mtagure.
Absent- -Councilman J W. Pittman.
A utuorum being present, the Board
procceteded to the transaction of busi
Upolnc motion ofMr. Maguire, the fol
lowing was adopted r
Whereas The bid of the Banner
)euo,.erat to do the public printing for
two years for the sum of $90, is at the
rate of $15 per year; and whereas, the
aurn of $ik5 per year is lower than any
other ,ad received;
Therefore be it resolved, That the
sail bid for two years be rejected and
that the town printing be awarded the
Banner-l)emocrat for the term of one
year tbeginning July 1st, 1901 and end
ing July 1st, 1902, for the sum of $46
for the year.
'lhe Mayor made the following re
port, which was received. read and
ý ordered spread on the minutes.
Lake Providence, La., Aug. 8, 191.
To the lion. Board of Couneilmen of the
Towna of Providence, La.:
Int accordance wtth the duties de
*volving upon rue as the execitave ohi
oer of the town of Providence, La., beg
leave to report that in accordance with
law, I did on the 6th day of August,
transmit to the Governor of the
of Louisiana the amendment to
rter to the Town of Providence,
ed ,'An ordinance relative to es
ishing ferries, license, lease out.
ulate and control of same and land
g thereof within the corporate limits
the town of Providence, which or
dinance was adopted by our Hon.
Body on .luly 8, 1901, and puIblished
for three weeks in the Baneer.Llemo
'I'his I have done in accordance with
the retuiremer.ts of Seec. 43 of Act No.
136 of the General Assembly of the
sntate of Louisiana, approved July 13.
13198, and I annex herewith copies of
proceedings had relative to said amend
G. M. Franklin, Mayor.
Lake t'rovidence, La, ,Aug. 6, 1901.
Amendment to Charter of the Town
of P'rovidicer, in the parish of East
('r'roll, loulsiana, passed by the Board
of Council on July 8, 1941, it accord
ance with the provisions of See. 43 of
SAect No. 1341 of the Acts of the tGeneral
SAssembly of the State of Louisiana ap
ved July 13, 1898!
Z er's Ot ice, Town of Providence. La., I
S..: Auguste, 1901. J
ZQills M. Fratlklin. Mayor of the
Ti~t of Providence. do hereby certify
tbhat nt accordance with Section 43 of
Act 136 of the Acts of the General As
sembl3 of tile State of Louisiana, ap
proved July 13, 1898, the Mayor andi
Board, of councilmen of said town did
pripare in writing and adopt on July
8, 1901, the following amendment to
the tharter of the town of Erovidene
in tu, parish of East Carroll. La., to
Ant ordinance relative to establishing
ferries, hicense, lease out. regulate and
control same and landing thereof with.
in the corporate limits:
Be it ortrained by the Mayor and
Boardl of Councilmen of the Town of
Prvidence, La., That under the au
thotity :and in accordance with the pro
visions of Sec.,t3 of Act No. 186 of
1898 of the General Assembly of this
State, the charter of said Town of
Provldece (it being Act No. 88 of the
Acts of 1876 of the General Assembly
of this State) be amended, so that in
addition to th. powers now conferred
upon and exercised by said toyn of
Providence, it shall have sole and ex
clsive power and authority to establish.
hlcense, lease out. regulate and control
all ferries and the landing thereof
within the corporate limits: and es
peclally ferrles acrose the Mississippi
river. Adopted July 8, 1901.
That the same was published for thee
weeks in the Banoer-Demuocrat, a news.
paper published weekly in the town of
Protide:ce, in its issuee of July 13,
20 and 27 and Aug. 2, 1901, as per
clapping from said newspaper hereto
attached; and that no protest against
the said proposed amendment has been
made by any of ,the qualified electors
of said town.
In testimony whereof I have here
nato signet these presents and aflized
the ofieial seal of the town of Provi
Sdance, La., together with the attesta
tCon of the Secretary at nty office in
agd town on this the day and date first
SG. Mi. Franklin,
Mayor of Town of Providence, La
W I' Fisheber, Secretary Town ofProvl.
The Finance Committee made the
following report, which was adopted:
Lake Providence. La., Aug. 8;1901.
TD'the Eoa. Mayor and Board of Council.
We, your Finane Committaee, beg leave
treporI that we have examinsed the report
of the Treasurer and Marshal for Jutl
gOt, and sad *ges correct and supported
-Jbs the Maraal's report, we lad that
t.leoted dartag July, 1L01, for an
agexM ......... ........... 916
( "th We mth ........ O.
S dvert to the Tires
be baa also asi
etf rte f b e57e
following claims aplst the towne, to .wit:
D P eek. salary July... ...... . . ., .
' lighting ulkts. a b 69.30.. 8 8
N Fousse. &'b 2.55. light 1.5, n
E 00 . lghtin ............... 680
W C Miclte. election 10.00, registra
W I Powell, eLection 5.o0 police
2.00 ............... .
Or.gll flrO,,strainer waterworks ae-9O
May l Muter. h & q ...................
U M Franklln, printing waterworks
Xwount................. ......... 64
We recbmmend payment of the following
O rgill ros ......................... 99
Mary Suter ............ R0
) F Peek ... ................ 60 00
V 1M Purdy &Sen ...... ............ 11 8
G M Franklin....................... ;4 00
Total .... . ............ 1..... 240 10
Chas. R. Eselly,
Clifton F. Davis.
The Mayor appointed as Cemetery
Commissioners, C. Mahe, John Wil
lims :and J. S. Guenard. "
The secretary was instructed to notify
the Cemetery Commissioners t. i-le
their report by next metet:ing.
The following resolution offered by
Mr. Egelly. was adopted :
Be it ordained by the Mlayor and
Board of Concilmen in regular session
convened, That in addition to the
charter of the town, this council desir
ing to avail itself of the atlditionpal
powers granted municipal corporations
under Act No, 136 of the Acts of 1S96,
and in accordance with ,;ection 18, page
230 of said act, that this council elect
one of the councilmen to be Mayor pro
tempore, and who shall preside at all
meetings and perform all duties of
the Mayor in his abscenco or disability;
and in the absence of both the Mayor
and Mayor pro tempore, to select
another councilman to preside tempor
arily, and perform the duties; and the
Mayor pro tempore shall have the
same power and perform the same
duties as Mayor
Mr. Egelly Introduced the following
which was adopted :
Whereas. U'bder the provisions of
Section 1 of Act No. 53, of the Acts of
1696. all incorporated towns in the
State are required, to have a map of
said .towns and,
Whereas. it :appears that the Town of
Providence is without a map as requir
ed by said Act;
Therefore be it resolved. That a
committee of two members of this coun.
cil be appointed to ascertain and re
port to this Council at its next meeting
the probable entire cost of procuring a
map complete in every particular of the
Town of Providence, which shall ema
brace all the additions made thereto
since the charter of the town in 1876.
which map shall show distinctly all
said additions up to the present date,
designating the location and dimen
sions in feet and inches of all squares.
lots or plats of ground situated within
the present corporate limits as now ex
isting, with the number of each square
or plat and the number of each lot or
subdivision of a square. anti the names,
width and length of each street or alley;
said map to be made upon the very
best material to insure durability.
Be it further resolved that bids froth
civil engineers for making such map
and. survey are invited to be submitted
at the next regular meeting. The
reserving the right to reject any and
The Mayor appointed as said conm
mittee Messrs. Egelly and Davis.
Mr. Egelly introduced the following
resolution, *Which was adopted:
Be it resolvet, That the assessment
roll for the years 1899 and 1900 be re
vised and corrected so as to show the
correct amounts due by persons unable
to pay the said taxes, and that the sum
of $10 be appropriated as a compensa
I tion for making said revision.
Be it further resolved, That upon
completion of said revision and its
adoption by this council, that the mar
shal be instructed a proceed with the
r collection of all delinquent taxes due
SIt was resolved, T~at in the absence
of the Mayor that Councilman Egelly
act as Mayor pro tempore.
I Councilhlan Davis introduced the
I folldwing Iresolutlon, whiuh was unani
r miously adopted:
SBe it ordained by the Mayor and
SBoard of Couucilnen of the T0ovn of
-Providence. T'hat a f-mill tax on the
assessed valuation of propert'y in the
Stown of Providence be levied for the
1 year 19q01 for geileral purposes;
SBe it further ordained, That a special
tax of 5.wmlls on the dollar of assessed
I valuatiotfof the property within saiit
f town be levied on all property subject
- to taxation for the payment of the in.
- terest on the waterworks bonds; said
f special tax having been authorized ,by
a the special election on -- day of -
a Be it further ordained. That the
Sboard of assessors be authorized to ex
2 tend said taxes on the assessment r1ils
I for the year 1901.
I The board then adjourned to meet
- on Monday evening the 19th.
G. M. FRANKLIN, Mayor.
I . H. IsilER, Secretary.
Office of the Stperintendent of Public
Schools. Lake Providence, La.,'Atgust 22,
e 1901.-The white and colored schools in
the Town of Providence and the white
schools at Longwood. Shelburn.u, Roberta
and Sauve Terre will be opened on Mon·
day, Sept. 10, 1951.
Patrons contemplating sending the~l
o children tothe public schools should on
deavor to prepare their children so as to
Senable them to attend the first day if posesi
Sble for enrollment, thereby avoiding theb
* delay usual to organization of the dlifferent
classes. It is to be hoped that there will
be a' good attendace on the first day of the
' session and continue on thro ugh the term
d CHAS. R. EOELLY.
st Marshal and Tax Collector's Office. Tow
dl Providence. La.. Aug. 22, 1901.--All per
sons indebted unto the town' of Provi
dence. for the taxes due for the years 1f89
t. ad 1900. are hereby notifitled to call at m)
office in the i'ireman's building and pa]
same. I have issued notices to all delin
quents, which will be the last notice given
and at expiration o1 time therein men
Sotioned, all property upon which taxes are
delinquent will be advertised according tU
law and sold to pay said taxes, interesl
and all costs. D). F. PECK,
City Marshal and Tax Collector.
10 Day Tickets
a$3S.50 Vicksburg to Bafalo a
Zeturn, on sale Daily vim
_n YV &r M. 11. RAILROAD
[ Leaye Vicksburg 1130 p. s.; arriv
i4 Buffalo 10,30 a. m. (36 hoLurs); througl
- leeper from Memnphis.
A.Q PEARCE, C. P. A.,
-oa tnh.t people wa.t is com
tbilg miiki ·atd gIeitle, when I a need a
physe. C(hambnerlea's Stbtachb atl
"'ahltas fi11 the bill to a do
are easy to take and pkSast ti
For sale at J. 1. Guutatd
NOTICE 1OF ELECTION.
By vir&tit of the powreateat in n y i
law and pursuant to tls ordi pace of the
Pollee Jury of E4pt Carroll p~rls sdopted
on the Sth day of Auguit. 1901, ordering a
apeelal election, public notice is hereby
given that a spauctL.etl&tion will be.hoM dn
sau parish on,
Tuesday, the 10th day of 'Scp
to submit to the property-taxpayers ofsaid
parish entitled to vote on the proposition
hereinatter set out. the following proposi
To incur a debt of $16t500, by borrowing
money to provide funds for constructing in
the Town of Providence a new courthouse
for said parish and for maintenance of
same, and to issue, in evidence ot said' in
debtedneas, thirty-three negotiabil bonds
of iOO1O.sl) la.h, bearing fromi date live per
cent per ainumn interest, payable. principal
and interest. in gold coin of the uinited
States of theI present standard weight aA
ftineness, interest parable on .lanuarv 1st.
of each year after the year 150l2 until ma
turity or paid. said bonds to he numbertd
from No. 1 to No. ;3. both tucluded, to bear
date of November let, .1911. and to mature
on January 1st. I09. tive of said bonds to
ne paid, respectively. on the 1st day of Jan
uary of each year after the year l1(r2 until
the year i9)4. the particular bonds to be
paid belore maturity to be determined by
lot by the Police Jury in accordance with
section 25 of Act No. 5 of 1$99 of the Acts
of the general Assembly, and the remain
ing three bonds to be paid at. maturity.
with thei optioni reserved to the Poice Jury
to pay more of said bonds on the let day of
.lanutarv of any year alter 1.tC. by Living
notiie thereof according to said section of
said Act: and to leva, assess and eollers, in
the calendar years 1!s21. l!3,1. 1905. I($I.
1117 and 15190. a specril tax of two and one
half (2-;) mills on the dollar of the assessed
i valuation of the taxable property in said
parish for the purposes. first, of paying the
princPpal and interestof said debt and said
negotiable bonds, and second. of maintain
ing said courtlhouse; and to pledge the
i revenues derived Irom tie levy and assess
ment of said cpecial tax as security for the
payment of the principal and interest of
said debt and of said bond., any balancesot
said revenues, alter the payment of said
debt and interest and said negotiable
honds, to be devoted to the maintenance of
Notice is hereby given that by said or
Idinance the following polling places have
been uxed and tile following named regist
ered voters have been appointed commis
sioners and clerks of election at the re
spective polling places. to-wit :
f Ist ward-polling place. Salem store.
f ('oilniseloners : C. Il. Huckner A. K.
Aniacker and C. I.angham. Clerk: I. i.
f 2nd ward-polling place. Transylvania
store. Commissioners; Abe Bass, Albert
f Iought and W. II. Moore. Clerk: .1. C.
i 3rd ward-polling place, Clerk's ottlee.
Commissioners : W. S. Brown. S. It. Ken
nedy and C. It. Egelly. Clerk: D. W.
4th ward-polling place. Barber store.
C- ommissioners: t. N. Rea, Ralph Aly and
E. Stockner. Clerk: Jas. St, G(. eCulloch.
5th ward-polling place, Panola store.
Commissioners: C. A. Voelker, N. B. Davis
and T. S. Malteu. Clerk: Geo. S. Owen.
N. otice is also hereby given that the
Potioe Jury will, in open session, on the
12th day of September. 1901. at noon, at the
office of the Clerk of the District Court of
1 this parish, proceed to open the ballot
b, hoxes, examine and count the balloo in
number and amount. examine and canvass
the returns and declare the result of said
n Lake Providence, La., this the 6th day of
S August, 1901.
e f'resident Police Jury.
r W. E. DUNN. "
JAS. N. TURNER.
W. C. McRAE.
Supervisors of Election.
n To the Publick
d DR. FRANK E. ARTAUD.
e BERNARI) Bu .ltiSG.
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 impression that he is not to
remain in Lake Providence-and feels
1e grkteful for the honor and privilege of
le casting his lot among the people of
East Carroll parisb.
Il- -- ---~*-- -r .
TO SAVE HER CHILD.
ts From frightful disfigurement Mrs.
r- Nainie Galleger, of La Grange, Ga.,
10 applied Bucklen's Arnica Salve to
e grceat sores on her head and face, and
e writes uis quick cure exceeded all her
ly hopes. It works wonders in Sores,
Bruises, Skin Eruptions, Cots, Burns,
e Scalds and Pilee. 26c. Core guaran
teed by J. S. Guenard, draggiest.
af [ TsWA.TfNrT
Llke Providence Bank,
l at close of business June 30, 1901.
n Loans,,discounts and over
id drafts ............... $50,716.24
SIeal estate, furniture and
tixtures ...... ........ i 3,771.16
Cash in safe and oh:ber
Is '" $88639.57
Capital stock........ . $15,000.00
Surplus........... ..... 525.00
- Undivided profits, (expenses
and taxes paid)........ 3,275.43
lic Deposits......... ........ 69,839.14
ite I, J. N. Hill, Vice President and J.
n W. Tooke, Jr., Cashier, do hereby cer
tify that the above statement is true
sir and correct.
'o Sworn to and subscribed before me
at- on this 11th day of July, 1901. .
he CHAs. R. EGELLY,
Nt otary Public.
he Aug. , 1901, .4t.
Notice to Con trtorto.
Bids will be received up till 12 o'clock
noon, on September 12th.1901, atthe Clerks
we office, in Lake Providence, La., for the till
er- ing in of the earth work on new Tensas
vi- bridge, approximate estimate ten thousand
my The Police Jury reserves the right to re
iay ject any and all bids.
in- A deposit of titv dollar will be required
en. with each bid.
an- ROBERT rIICHOLSON,
are President of Polles Jury.
to Lake Providence, La., Aug. 6,1901.
Budgot of Zpenoes.
Be it ordained that the following
budget of expenses for the town of
Providence for the fiscal year ending
July 1902, be and the same -is hereby
Mayors salary............ .......$'100 O
Marshal salary................... 2 0(
D Secretary salary .... ...... 75 0(
Treasurers salary ............... 7a -
ive Per diem' Conncilmelt ............... N20.
Cemetery Commisioersr.......... 1000(
igh Street and Blridges.... ... 000 -
Lihting ........ ...........
lrn *a ............. .. ............. g5
Prlting'... ........... .... 90 a
Collectio eommissidon-...... ....... 10
Retof Ball.......... .........-- .... -00
Qsr aitai .Bo.r.dof .Health..2...1.. 09
Ia ost Waser WWorks Deed'... 900 0
Ja luste.............. .... 7 a
.me speial Police..... ..............100 0
lo att Arer.y e... .... ......... ..0 0
lot ¶tal:.............. ...........200
to . 4. . PfAIaKWELI Uayor.
d'. W. H. Fi~ni'a Seeretary.
Lake Provld4ete La., Aug. 10, 1901
I -; i [ -
4% aWanL.L +s. .R Amea nog a
4 Just Received
AN ELEGANT LINE OF
AN ELEGANT SHOE FOR LADLES.
When.you wear a
You Wear the Best.
WVe hv solle Iso eremnants of SummIerI
Goods left that call be bought cheap.
We have always on hand the best
line of Shirts, Neckwear of Gent's
On account of moving to our large* Brick
Store as soon as finished,
and wishing to move as little goods as possible.
WE ARE MAKING A CUT
J. N. Hill Bro.
a'OR FOR LOAIES' `
SUMMER SALE AT
'TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR FALL STOCK
WHIC/H MAS JUST BEEN BOUGHT
We have determined to reduce all
BOOTS AND SHOES,
FROM 10 TO 25 PER CENT.
SWe have to make room and this is the way to do It;
CALL HAND T&TA DELIMRATOR FOR SEPTEMBER. IT
IS MOR& C.OMPLETE T'AN EUlR. T
See us for everythlng In the line of
SConnected by Cumberland Free .
and Fousse 'Phones. Delivery.
Steamers BELLE O0 TIlE BENDS, ANNIE
-LAURIE and RUTH
SSteamer Belle of the Bends leaves Vicksurg 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.clsse passenger and freight accommodations. Boats brilliantly lighted
4 throughout with electricity. Lights in every stateroom. Cusine unsurpassed.
Daering Ideal Improved Mowers and Rakes. Steel roller and ball bear*
ing. Parts and Repairs kept on hand. Highest award at Paris
Exposition. .J. W. FIT I MAN,
ickAgt. for Lake Providence
ksWILL SAVE YOU FREIGHT.] and Adjacent Territory.
For fifty years Schlitz beer has been brewed at Milwaukee. Froma
- this city it goes to the remotest parts of the earth. The e'dn
never sets on Schlitz agencies. Civilized men do not lve 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 sterilizsed. A beer that is pure is healthful.
.That is Schlit. .
by Every First Class place handles (Schlitz.
THEIR SECRET IS OUT.
All Sadleville, Ky., was curious to
learn the cause of the vast improve
meat in the health of Mrs. S. P. Whit
taker, who bhad for a long time, endur,
ed untold sufering from a chroul.
bronchial trouble. "It's all due to Dr
King's New Discovery," writes bet
husband. "It completely cured het
sad also cared our little gratd-daugh
ter of a severe strck of Whoopini
Cough." it positively cures Coughs
Oolds. La Grippe, Bronchitis, at
Throat and Leag ttoubles. GOaran
teed bottles 60c and'$100. Trial bot
ties free at J. S. Gueuard's drug store
is still in Business .
and continues to handle the finest
Beef, Pork and Mutton.
Your patronage is respectfully asked
and satisfaction guaranteed.
JIf"Sbop right across the street
from the old Whittington Stable.
Get oar prices on job
dp tirst clams work.
lke PPrOirdeaoe, La.
GENT'' - FU1NISHI'NG- GOODS
The Fiaest Lirne of Clothing Ca+-eb
, ,~red.ia the Qity. *
Ladies' Dress Goods,
Hats, Caps, Boots and
and Hunting Coats
Trunks, Valises and Hand Bass,
Call on me Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
A. D. d& 8. SPENGLER, AGTS,
. ..... ...... VIG SBUU G, ,M ..........
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Stain-work, Interior. Finist
and All Building Material.
Obeepeet Pace in the South. Write for price before purobahn usw~a
W. B. THOMPSON. P. L. MYoO
W. B. Thompson & Co.,
Cotton Factors & Comnmision Merckani
NO. 808 PERDIDO STREET,
" New Orleans, ' : Loulilatn
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. m.
No. 5-Leave -Vickshurg 2:25 a. m.
Arrive New Orleans 9:10 a. ui.
No. 21-Leave Vicksburg 9:00 a. m.
Arrives New Orleans 6.35 p. m.
No 24---LTeave Vicksburg 7:40.a. nm.
Arrive Memphis 5:50 p. m.
No. 6--Leave 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. in.
No, 22-Leave New Orleans 7:10 a.m
Arrive Vicksburg 4:50 p. m.
No. 35-Arrive Vicksburg 9:00 a m
No. 36-Leave Vicksburg 4:.50 p m
A. Q. PEARCE,
O. P. & '. A.. Vicksburg, Miss
JNO A. SCOTT,
Div'n. Pass'r. Ag't. Memphis, Tenn.
WM. MURRAY, D. P. A.,
New Orleans, La.
OITY BASBER SHOP,
- Lake Street,
W .H. M ABKN ............ Proprietor
at Popular Prices.
Agent for Memphis Steam Laundry.
Q. &. C. ROUTE
SUMMER TOURIST TICKETS
From Vicksburg, Kiss.
MOUNTAINS, LAKES, AND SEA
Tickets on sale until September 30,
good to return till October 31, 1901.
via Queen & Crescent Route. Through
sleepers and dining cars, fast time and
Abhville, N. C....................... 7 06
Basic, Va ................... ....... 532
Bedford, Va.......................... 3013)
Blue Ridge. Va ........... .. .... 35 20
Buffalo LIthia Springs, Va........ .38 46
Charlotteaville, V ................ 88 26
Chicago. Ill ......... ...... 26 10
Cincinnati, .................. ... 2 00
Farmville. Vs................ ... a7 45
Glade Springs, Va ........... ......
Lookout. Mountain, Tenn........... 22 80
Louisville. Ky ..... .............. 23 '2
Nonteagle. Tenn ................ 22z 8
Niagara Falls, N. Y ............... 40 60
Norfork, Va ..... ............... 4200
Old Point Comfort, Va............. 4200
Pvt-in-Bay. O................... .... 348
Roanoke, Va..... ............. 336
St. Louis. ....... ................ 24
Staunton, Va ........................ 38
Waukesha, Wise .................. s 88
White Sulpher Spratgs, W. Va...... 382B
Wayeasvtit e. N. C ....... ......... 28 2
And to p tols01 thinamrabla. Baes e qot
ed to all points on apphicatios to
F. M. DOIOOE. C. P. & T. t
VlirkborF. g u.
ONo. H.SMrIT . L.J. AsaskexO,
0. P. A., de* Ors.ea, A. 0: r. A.
F1 FOES ALE.
FP. R.qgs . 01.00 per setting o'
S lk. e rk'y egsp 02p.0er "I"et
GEO. 8. OWE:
fGoea ppis Plantitioi.
Queen & Crescent;
Tlie 'Best Line.
A7.7. POiZUTb 1
North ancd 30"at. .
THROUGH SLEEPERS. (
The Summer Tourist's favorite
line via Lookout Mountain.
GEO. H. SMTI'TH, G. P. A.,
New Orleans, La.
R. J. ANDERSON. A. G. P. A..
Nw Orleans, LTa.
R. W. BONDS. T. P. A..
Lake Providence - La
Keeps on hand a large assortment of
Burial Caskets, New Plain and Orn
mental Metallic Cases and Wooden
Coffins Made and Trimmed to Order
ST. JAMSi 1 t. M: B. CHURQICH.
SUNDAY satVIC s8.
9 a. m.-Sunday school.
11 a. n.--Preaching.
3 p. m.-Class Meeting.
, p. m.-Preaching.
REV. J. L. ELBERT, P. C.
8. FULOGTa. S. S. Supt.
J. M. KENN EDY,
I WILL PRACTICE IN
ALL THE COURT S
u State of Loustana. prish of East Carrolt,
U Third Ward Justice Court.
D S. Schwartz.& Co.. vs. & A. McNeal-No.
5 6mi. J. Dorubuaebh vs. S. A. MeNeal
No. 174. J. Dorbuscb vs. 8. A. McNeal
0 -No. 650.
By virtue of( writs of FI ree to me dt
a rected by the Hoon. C. R Egelly. Justice of
0 the Peace of the Third Ward Justice Court
o for the parith of East Carroll atbreestd, in
0 the above entitled causes, I will proceed to
5 sell at public auction, at the door of the
5 Dreyfass store-house on Levee street, In
p the town of Providesce, Eat Carroll par
Slah. La., on
q Saturday, the U4th day of August, lg90
between the hours presrbted by law. aM
the rigbt, title and Interest o S. *. MeNeal
i ne d .b the` following ,described property.
The entire stock of wares, sad
merchandise l the storeoars on Levee
Sstreet ooeuped byssi. 8. A. Mllet s a
-g troery store, aecording to the lanretery
- o e in my edMb-see to the i ve
Terms of satle-TWr mest lbw ei-t
fe e aprebseer to Mde sad ly'at es
ealt t e price of sgodlcdem esminef
ourt eddtMad and to, v, foe t
rld sudiie t teree ,-i . t , t ab
ni'able's ses, , u.
j,, 5 .
Q. and C. goute.
actual Convention Ntitmnal Assl o
elation of Letter Carriers. Chatta
nnug. renu., Sept 2.7, 1901.
For the atxIvo s easi,in. Queen &
Crescent Route will sell round trip
tickets to'Chattanooga as rate of one
fare Dates of asde August 31st, ,ep
tamber let and 2nd. with final limit,
Sept. 10. 1901: ielasive. Through
I ale4ing anli dining ear service to Clui
tanseXo . Kates p.en to all
R. W. BS, S.T. P. A.,
Ahnnal Convention Baptist Associ
ation Colored, Ciniemnnti, 0., Sept.
For above occasiod, Queen & Cies
cent loute will sell round trip tickets.
to Cinginnsti at, rate of one irt classe
limited fare for the round trip. Dates.
of sale Sept. 9th. 10th and 11th, tiral
limit Sept. 20. 1901.
For farthey information. address.
R. W. BONDS, T. P A..
Annual encampment G. A. R, Crevw
land, Ohio, Sept. 10.14. 1K)l1.
For above occasion, Queen & Crese
cent Route will sell tickets to Clevo
Sland at very low rates, with final limit
Sept. 16, 1901. By depositing tickets
with Joint Agent at Cleveland on or
before 12 o'clock noonof Sept. 1i5, a.
nm.. an extension of the final litndi up
to and including Oct. 8, 1901, may be
secured. Through sleeping aoid dining
car service to Clevelrnd without change
via Q & C Route.
Apply to Q & C Ticket Agents for
RW W. BON I)S, T. P. A..
Queen G Grescent
FATI LINE TO BUFFALO.
Pan-American Special leaves New
Orleans 9:10 a. m., arrives Buffalo
next evening 7 :30.
New Orleans and Cincinnati Limitet
leaves New Orleans 7:80 p. m., arrives
Buffalo second morning 10:30.
Through Sleepers to Cincinnati
Leave Shreveport 3:1 5 p. m. daily,
arrive Bnffalo second morning 10:30.
Sleeper, Shreveport to Chattanooga
a where change may be made into New
Orleans and Buffalo Sleeper.
Dining Cars en route serving all'
SHORTEST AND QIrTCKEST TIB.
For detailed information apply to'
any Ticket Agent, or the under
Gvo. H. SMITH, A. A. AKDERSON,.
G. P. A A. G. P. A.
New Orleans, La
PAN AMRIIICAN EXPOSITION,
Buffalo, New York,
Queen & Crescent Route.
For the above occasion, the Queen'
& Crescent Route will sell tickets at
m low rates to Buffalo and return from.'
N points located on its lines.
S The Q & C. offers to its patrons elb
gant passenger service to Buffalo ona
fast schedules. Scenery of the fin
est in the country.
For particulars, call upon or address,
any Q. & C. Agent, or,
R. W. BONDS, T. P. A.
SPECIAL SUMMER TOURIST RATES'
VIA Y. M. VM. .L R.
Tickets sold daily until September 301
Final return limit, October
Montreal, Canada...................858 l0'
Port Calborne, (:'nad........... 40750
St. Catherines, Canada............... 40 0"
Toronto, Canada..................... 44 5
Colorado Springs, Cdl................ 489
Denver, Col.......................... 4891.
t Pueblo. Col ....... ................. 489
Chbicago, I1 ..................... 20.10
French Lick, fd ........... ....... 27
West Baden. aInd .......... ...... 27 25
Dawson Springs, Ky..... ...... 17 9
Louisville, Ky.......... ... 232
Deer Park, Md .................... 38 75
S Battle Creek, Mich................... 38 b
Marquette, Mich................... 431
S Mt. Clemens, Mich...............7. 700
Minneapolis. Mina................... 46I)
St. Paul, Min ...................... 464)
S Bay St. Louis, Miss............... 1215
- Biloxi, Miss.................... 13 80
Puass Christian, Miss.. ................ 12 40
St. ILouis, Mo......................... 400
Buffalo, N. Y ........................ 40 0
Jamestown N. Y..........,.......... 40 r
Sewanse, "enn ......... ......... 2 .' "
Monteagle. Tenn ................... 22 0)
Salt lake. Utah................. 74 70
(Ogen. Utah.................. .. 74 70"
Old Point, Va............ ....... 4(20
Norfork Va ... .................... 4200
Warrentoa, V ........... ...... 43 20
Harpers Ferry, W. V............... 4- 5$:
Waukesha. Wil............ ..... 8080
Waupaea, Wls .. ..... ........... 86 00
Special rates to various other points.
For information, etc., write or call on
A. Q. PEARCE. C. P. & T. A.. Vicks
L. F. MONTGOMERY, T. P. A.,
La Jackson, Miss.
1 Tlennlal Conclave Knights Iemplisr, Lou-e
e sville, Ky.. August 28 to hO, 1901,
0 via Queen '.d Crescent Route.
rder For above ocaesioo. Queen and Crescent
Route will sell round trip tickets to Louis
ville at rate of one fare for the round trip,
Dates of sale. August 2,225, 2t 27 and 28,
with final hmit September 8, 1901. By dse
,ositing tickets with Jolnt Agent at LoOs.
ville between August 28 and September 2,
an extenaslon o the nal limitl to S~ptem
her 18, 1901, will be accorded. Arrange
ments will be made for side trip tickets to
be sold from Louisville, Ky., within a ra
C. dius of five hundred and fifty miles thereof
at rate of one first clss fae for the round
trip. selling Augiusatl28 to September 2, lan
elusalve, with final limit Septembe.z 10, 1901
The sale or side trip tickets to be restrieted
to orldnal own er ot Knights Templar Con
leave'tickets. * Bound trip rate to Louis
vire account this oceson open to all.
B. W. BONDS, T. P. A.,
RT Stay Poy.
Taken up by Adam Brown In new oeund
of Panola plantation, a light sorrel peny,
18)., or 14 hands high. horse was sick when
ro taken up. Owner can have same by
- proving property. paying sdvertlseent
and expaense. Call oA
,eal C. A. VOELKkgI
c Bunch's Bead. • Pansol, L.
L Tulane Universitl of
f the LOtll~Ma .
I par- arXamW OlhttacA0
E. A; ALDERMAN, LL. D.. President.
1 Fall course In Languages, Scienes,
leel Engineering, Law, Medicipe.. Foutr
prt new chairs establited for next seelon,
Ssad Tuhloe msakes leaders ina all vocatinas.
I Its facilities for instrentlom in E.
l s a gluerinug are unsarpassed. I1aez.
er" celled opportuathi for the study of
sugar phewetry. Many sbolarnhipa
wedt, bp Me aadeesle deIarteut. Board
ma i and seeemmededoa at loweAt rate. lb
SrfeeTboy, M sdy, shall be tariob
r oawa hrm tie doos.
W t 5ibest-sr begans Octobe~lrt,
liad fdlot Citslogue.