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VIBLISHED BVER BSATURDAY AT
LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA.
JAMES N. TURNER.
PFbitatea and Proprietor.
BUBSCRIPTION : 8O00 PER YEA.
SaturYa, Septe r 28, 1901.
Fifth District Levee Board.
Regular meetings second Wednesday's
'n January. April July. and October, at
Mr. A. M. Webster, of Washing
ton, Ill., and Mr. Jerome Howe, of
W inona, Ill, larce timber dealers,
accompanied by Mr. Howard Cole,
president of the Arkansas and New
Orleans Railroad and president of
the Howard Cole Heally Co., of
Vicksburg, arrived in Lake Provi
dence on W\ednesday evening.
Thursday, accompained by soj.s
gentlemen of town, the party went
out to the interior of the parilsh to
look at land that is as fine as a crow
ever flew over.
The Italians of Nep York City
have started a movement to erect a
monument to President McKinley to
cost $100,000. It is proposed jo
place it in one of the parks of that
The Teonss Levee Board at its
meeting held in Monroe last week,
voted to issue $65,000 of bonds,
payable in 1921. Mr. Joe. Gott
leib, of Baton Rouge, was the pur
chaser of the bonds at par.
Secretary of State of Mississippi,
John Logan Power, did* it tbi
bomre in Jackson on -](c.y
Captain Power was- one of the
prominent men of his State eds
one of the leading newspaper men of
Leon Czotgosa, the Apsrgeiet as
sasein of President McKinley, was
found guilty on Tuesday*, and was
sentenced to death on Thurschy.
The trial of the assassin consumed
the short time of eight hours and
twenty-six minutes. .t
The parish of Ascension has bpen
donating yearly to the fire depart
ment of the town of Donaldsonville
the sum of 8a50, bet this year the
donation was increased to 8800.
This is a liberal spirit, and' speaks
well for the Ascensioon pariah, police
The Vicksburg Post of Wednes
day says that "a large delegatiod of
Seastern capitalists are expected to
reach here the early part of the corn
ing week to meet Mr. Haward Cole
in regard to building of his pro (fsdd
line of railroid from Arkaness City
to Vidulia." a
The. Louisiana State University
open up last weet *wtls i1rhi
attendsnee1 and the boy.s iname
to poour a. It is said thei Univetoai
ty will have fully five hundrey ii
attendance this session. The Iq.
State University shoold be the pride
of every Louisainian and it hbooh
be liberally supported.
Mayereville, Mise., is to have s
big railroad barbecue on Thursday,
October 3rd. The Yasoo & Missiu
sippi Valley railroad wants to boild
a loop along the front to coninecl
with their main line, and this move
ment is fdr the purpose' of securipg
the right. of way ,fim the p*rpest
owners. It is said that if' this ii
done the railroad Is a certainty. We
hope our neighbors will be a~uccees
The St. Martinville Mesloger
says thbat "the great medical expertu
who attended President McKisile
are getting pretty severe criticism
from everywhere,, and they deserve
it too; because mnstead'of being great
medical expetta, they prdved t6 h6
great nmdreal bhumbugs. nry or
dinary de tOr frou aAy coy cotr
distriot weuld have done just -
well as these "great experts" if n
better, they could not have done
worse any way."
The Boverign Grad Lodge I. O
O. F. in session at Indianapolis
aInd., last week, decided that.where
a saloon is run in oonnectioq with
hotel bthe proprietor of the hot.
ehall be tregarded as a saloon keepes
sad not elipble to meobership te
the order. It was deoided if a.
Odd Fellow in emergenoy was osilee
on to take charge ofe hotel with
bar he would be subjet to trial, be
Snot.,necesmarily expeltion ,uless h
inaslsed. a e tladingl ba
bl~ti w %de~ w Vitte Item pebnr
pOiticE J4PtY Pf EE tf W
Lake ce. La.,1 p1 1901.
The P e Juty of i~st jiartrll
parish. iana. met . is dt prt.
suant to adjournment.
There were present--Police Jurors
Robt. Niobolson. president, W. C.
Hope and A. Mi. Nelson, and Yancey
There were aboent-T. W. Jay and
'I'hereupon. the following proceed
ings were bad. t-.wit:
Police Juror W. CJ;opt.o.ered the
To incur a debt of Sixteen Thousand
Five Hundred Dollars for said parish;
to issue negotiable coupon bonds fo;
constructing in the Town of Provi
dence a new courthouse for said par
ish; to levy. assess and collect in the
calendar years 1902 to 1908 (both
years included) a special tax of two
and one-half tnills or the dollar of the
assessed valuation of the taxable prop
erty in said parish for the pur
poses of paying the principal and
interest of said debt and of said
bonds and of maintaining said
courthouse; to pledge the reven
ues derived from the levy and
assesment of said special tax as securi
ty for the payment of the prinaipal and
interest of said debt and of said bonds;
to fix the date for commencing the
provision of a sinking fund for the
payment of said debt and of said bonds
rind to fix the redemption period of
sAid bonds; to authorize the President
of the Police Jury to sell said honds
and to sign and issue same.
Section 1. Be It ordained by thy
Police Jury of the parish of East Car
roll. Louisiana. That, by virtue of the
authorization of an unanimous vote of
the property tax-payers of said parish
entitled to vote at the special election
duly called and held or, the 10th day of
September, 1901. and pursuant to
Article 281 of the Constitution. to Act
No. 5 of the Acts of 1I99 and Act No.
114 of the vc ts of 1900. of the General
Assembly of Lou isiana, there be and is
hereby ir,-nrred ia debt of sixteen
thousand five hundred ($16.50Q) dotl
lars to provide funds for constructing
in the Town of Providence a new court
house for said parish and for iUaiuten
nance of same; that, in evidence of said
indebtendess, there he issued thirty
tbstee negotiable coupon bonds of said
parish of the denomination of five
hundred dollars, each, payable to hear
er, bearing from date thereof
five per cent per annumn interest.
payable principal and interest, in
gold coin of the United" States of
the present standard weight and
tineness in New York City. N. Y.,
interest payable on January 1st of each
year after the yvtar 1902 until mta
turity or paid; that said bonds be num
bered from No. I to No. 33, ,both in
eluded, be dated November 1st, 1901,
And fixed for maturity on January 1st.
1909; provided, that live of said bonds
shall be prid, respectively, on the let
day of lanuary of each year aiter the
year 1902 until the year 1909, the par
ticular bonds to be paid before maturi
ty to be determined by lot by the Police
Jury in accordance with section 25 qi
Act No. a of 1890 of the Acts of the
General Assembly of Louisiana and the
remaining three bonds shall be paid at.
maturity; provided farther,, that the
option is hereby reserved to said Police
Jury to pay more of said bonds on the
issday of January of any 3ear after
1902. by giving notice thereof accord
lug to said section of said Act.
Section 2. Be It further ordained,
etc.. that, for the purposes. first, of
paying the principal and interest of
said debt and of said negotiable bonds,
and, secodl. of msaiptainipg said court
house, there be and is hereby levied a
ispecial tax of two and 'one-half (2j)
ntlls on the dollar of the assessed val
nation of the taxable property in said
parish for the caledar years1902. 1903,
1904. 1905. 1906. i9t7h ad 1908. which
tax the parish assessor is ordered to ax
tend on the assessment rolls for said
years and the parish tax collector is
ordered to collect.
Seotin 3. Be it further ordained,
etc., that, to secure thbs pyayment of the
principal and interest of eaid debt aud
,ef said bonds. the rcenues. derived
from the levy, assessment and collec
tion of said specia:tl tax. be and the
same are hereby pledged to any holder
or holder of said botnds.
Section 4. Be it further ordained,
etc, that the date for thile commence
mnut of the provision of a sinking fund
for the payment of said debt and of
said bonds be and is hereby fixed as the
let day of Jaati'y, 1902, andi the re.
demption period of saiid debt and of
said bonds shall e:xtnd from said dlate
tutil January lt., 1909, both dates in
Section 5. Be it further ordtined.
eCt.. Tha'l t the proceeds oef the sale of
said bonds shall le placed to the credit
of the Courthouse Fund and shall be
ulsed to pay the costs f saidl couithouse
:and the maintentnuce of .:tne andi for
In other purpose whaltever; and that
tihe revenues derived front the levy,
ssessment and collection of said special
tax shell be used for the purpose of
paying the principal and interest of
said debt and of sabr b,,.nds, any bal
at('e of saild rI'tvenet,, after the pay
sent of said debt and interest :tand ,
efid bonds and fntet~t. to be devoted
to the maintentnce of said courthlouse,
snd sa:d revenues shall be used for no
o(hler pIiurpse whateverr.
sectilon 5- Be it firther ordalid ete,
'hbat said hond antd the inlerest cos
ponds alttachedif thereto be signed by
the ptesiden and cotountersignedl by
the clerk of thle Police Juiy; mud lthea
sauid presidenlt be atihorized hereby to
Inegotiate antl nalle. Ihe tale of esaid
bnidlo. either at pirivate sale, or by ad
versising for sealed bids fnrsaid bond:.
Seei,,, 6 Be it lurther ordlatued,
etc., 't'hat, as atn inducemenet to ityest
orst the said PoHice Jury hereby rep
resects that the prestent total asses.
mele of the parish is $1.430.180; abst
the present auntul reveaetes of the
iParesh fr ordlinary Itrpyoe ex
ceed 46,000; that the special .21
mill tax will yield a reveuue
of $.B75 per e ear; that *aid
pIrl h has no oush)nla:ding boended in
I ebtednes-; that the total current in.u
Idebtedness sUil be paid out of the rev
enuues lf the current year, leavinl ..
Iprpiu4 in the parish treadur'; and
that the proposed botd is-ue does not.
tqial onee-tenth of the as*eI~Ped v1alU
tioll of the property willhi said paristt
and that all actloaulitiozl: anad dtiug.
rezupired to be done preceeltei to the
i~suance of the atore·aid bonds have
te'-n donlle, happened aOd. been pCi
fer iaUd ill regular nod due tim-, ian
tesr aL form as iq ured by law.
On Ot. mOitio of pollee juror V. C.
lHope, e~vccouded by police juror A. l .
elon, iothe que-tion of adoptiig 'the
,.regoingu * rdisiane" wee pee, rgeltint
- the followig vote:-seaa, police
jerore lhops, Nelson and Nicho)oeei.
I Whereulon said ordia-itqwy d-
T'lared ulstenloumstly adpliled.
(On motion o' W.. .Hope, the Preeil
denti weauthorhaed te comrthlCt wlth
AAmerie.., Bridge Co, for 16( feet
1reu addlcln b,,the of r tr,
for 'ri c' aro iT'en toy fr tb
asouL f birty er d1p doillerat
dBred c 1ur eOna pP(tion
ance wot an& five Plt*
4ed dollare .er awning with 6& Pr
cent interet.t, pan ale annually there
after until paid.
The Police Jury then adjourned.to
meeo on Wedaeedas, Otobhr 23, next,
BROBT. NICHOISON, Prest.
Town Council Proceedings.
Lake Proykdence, La., Sept. 12, 1961.
The Hon. Town Council met this
evening at 8 o'clock p. m., pursuant to
!'esent--G. M Franklin. Mayor;
Councilman J. W. Pittman, C. F.
Davis and C K" Egelly; W. U1. Fisher,
secretar'; I). F. Peek, marshal.
Absent-Counciilmen W. S. Maguire
and N. Fousse.
Upon motron, the approval of the
minutes of the previous seer:tl ses
sions was postponed until the next
The committee appolhied under the
resolution of Councilman DavRis to con
fer with the attorney of the board rela
tive to te' feasibility and advisability
of the town availing itself of the pro.
visions of Act No. 136 of the Acts of
1898. giving additiounal powers to in
cotrporated towns, submitted a verbal
report and the attorney of the council
after explaining the legal aspects. the
council took the matter under consid
eration. postponing action thereon in
defltaitely and the commiittee was dis
Upon motion of Councilman Pitt
man, Councilman Egelly was author
ized and instracted to purchase a min
ute book fire the.use of this counoil.
There being no furthbr business the
Board then adjoerned to miet on Fri
day the 13tlr inst.. at 10 ,'clock a. ni.
( FRM. FRANKLIN, Mayor.
W. H. FISIIER, Secretary.
Lake Providence, La., Sept. 13, 1901.
The lion. Mayor and Board of Coun
cilmen of the town of Providence con
vened this dat at 10 o'clock a m.. pur
spuant to adjournment.
Upon calling the roll the ,following
were found to ie present :
G M Franklin. Mayor; Conncilmen
J,_ W. Pittman, C. F. Davis, C it Egel.
ly and W. S. Maguire: W. H. Fisher. see
retary; D. F. Peck, marshal.
A bsent-Councilman N. Fousse.
I'ite minutes of July 4th. 8th and
22ild, and August 1st and. 8th. and
September 5bth. 1901, the approval of
which had been delyed boy reason. of
amtend'ments and corrections were then
approved as 'smendted and corrected.
The following communication from
Messrs. Mongomery & Long was then
read and received, to-wit:
Lake Providence, La., Sept. 12, 1901.
To the Hon. Mayor and City Council, Lake
Providence, La.: .
Gentlemen-We. the undrsigned.
in pursuance of request to submit offer
for making a complete survey and map
of the town of Providence, including
levels and profiles of each street. data
to include all information necessary for
a full and complete official map of the
town, submit this our bid, to-wit:
We will dd the work. making sur
veys and map for $350 00; levels and
prHfiles $140 00. Total. #$90.00.
Montgomery & Long.
After discussing the matter fully in
every particular, and the necessities of
the town and the law requiring that
the work should be done as early as
possible, Conncilman Pittman then
offered the'f!olowing resolution, which
was adopted. to-wit:
That the bid submitted by Messrs.
Montgomery & Long for making a sur
vey aid map of the town of Provi
dence, together with levels and pro
files for drainage purposes, as set forth
in their communication to this couneil,
be and the same is hereby accepted" for
the nstaf of $490, and the Mayor is
hereby eitthorised and instructed to
enter into a contrat- for said work,
which shall etrbrace, all details set
forth'in the origtnal resolution adopted
at a previous session of this council,
the said engineers to complete the
work and sibmit thesame to thiscoun.
cil for adoption not later than January
The board having disposed of all
business at this session, adjourned to
meet-at the regular session being the
first rhu:rsday in October, the 3d day
of said month.
G. Ni. FRANKIN, Mayor.
W. H. FISHER, Secretary.
A NIGHT OF TERROLR.
"Aw4ul anxiety was fell for the
widow of the brave General Beunham
of Mlachie, Me.. when the doctors said
she would. die from Pteumonia before
morning" writes Mlrs S. II. Liuncoln,
w ho astiledet her that flarlil inight,
but she begged for Dr Kitg's New
I )ipcovery,. wlhieh had nore tliay once
saved ,er u lit., aiN cured her of Coti
ulmltlliotin. Aller taking, ele slept all
nigti. F'nrthter us', enltirely cured
her " 'I'hi. umarvellout medicin,, is
guaranteed to cure all 'Ilihrat. (:hest
antd ILueg I siseaea. Only 0oc aulnd
$ 1.00. Trial botiles free at * t. G.u
nordtl' dr ug store .
Office of.City Marshal and Tax.Cellector.
Lake Providence. la.. Sept. 25, 1901.--AIll
legal delays for payment of taxes due the
town of Providence having expired after
due and timely notUe for the years 189S
and 19uq, all tax-payers are hereby notiied
that I am preparing the delinquent roll of
all unplld taxes due the town ot Provi
dence. which, will be published in the Ban
ner-Democrat. commenidng with its issue
of the 5th of October, 1901, advertising all
property delinquent for taxes to be sold
accordin to law.
All persons desirlor of avoidiilgpenaitles
and costs, can pay tlhelr taxes by calling at
mY offlee in the Fireman's huildiug be.
Stween the hours of 9 a. m. and 2 o'clock p.
m., and fromt 3 to 6 o'clock p m. Taxes
will he received at my office up to Thurs
day. October 8rd and no extension will be
g~rsnted. D. F. PECK.
City Marshal andt Tax Collector.
Stolen from one of the rackls in th'e town
of I.aske Providenee, La.. a white horse
about it, hands high. right eye white.
catled a glau eye. and under eye is a black
streak. small sore on back. few black' spots
on both hips. I will pay ten dollars for in
formation that wtilesd to resovery of the
horse, or dellivery to me.
Lake Providence, La.
TaLan fropr the oarthoause yard oa Wed
nesney. Segt. 18. a dark brown mustang
poet, branded ona lett hip. long tail
whtee on Ief blad foot ke beoth dowra to
hookist sm it arie spot sa hrebhed, has
lrian walk sa raeks. I will
pay te above rewd 6nenry of liorse
to Iat the tl ofee 'at' Lake Pro~ -
.**.a,4 r Of nat the t will had to
hi. re.aterg. W. U. MID)WEi, Goeutihe.
nosae aused b cut from lFEnC" l,
pay a liberal reward for reeoer of alm .
pay . lllate..l dee, l.
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S .+.<: , . , + +. +;-- " .; ,:, + . + .
AN. ELEGANT LINE OF
AN ELEGANT SHOE FOR LADIE&:.
When you wear a
You Wear the Best,
We have OIme remnants of Sumlinel
Goods left that (an be l)oulghlt cheal).
We have always on hand the best
line of Shirts, iNeckwear of Gent's
On account of, moving to our large Brick.
S Store as soon as finished.
and wishing to move as little goods as possible.
WE ARE MAKING A CUT
J. N. Hill B Bro.
MEn anD BOYS RA blC RNDCMILDRBN g%
Everythng Swell'for Swell Dressers.
FALL AND WINTER9
We have Made an Exceptionally Handsome
LADIEs' DREss 6OODs, TRIMMINOs, NOSIER.: SHOES Oc.
n GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHINGS, FINE ClOTHING.
FINE UNDERWEAR, FINE SHOES, FINE HATS.
The Largest Stock of Hardwvare and
Groceries of any House in Toton.
J. S. Millikin.
J. JPOWERS, Pres. A.F. IIINMTZ. Vice Pres. T. 0. BRIERLY, Socty.
SVicksburg & Greenville Packet Co.,
1 Steamers BELLE OF T'IIE BENDS, ANNIE
LAURIE and RUTII
SSteamer Belle of the Bends leaves Vscksburg every Monday and Thursday
at 8 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 passeuger and freight accommodations. Boats brilliautly lighted
throughout with electricity. Lights in every stateroom. Cuaine unArpassed.
YANCEY BELL, Agent.
-ing. Prts and Repairs kept on hand. H -ghest award at Paris
I Exposition. J. PITMAN,
ll Agt. for Lake Providence
- i - m-II .J .. i
--asom - S iLITZ.
o thi iD e it g mproved Mowers and Rakes. Ste he ert. Thear- un
- never sePrts and Repairs agenes. Civilizen han doest awardhve whereis
SEpositionz beer is not standard. PITeople now de,and beer that
healthful, anl that demand eAgt for Schlitz. Every barrel ince
ta filtered-every bottle is sterilized. A beer that is pure is healthful.
I That is Schlitz.
Every First Class place handles Schlitz.
10 Day Tickets
$35.0 Vicksbarg to Buhle and
Neturn, on sale Daily via
Y. &.M" U. RAILROAD.
Leave Vicksburg 11:30'p. m.; arrive
Baffalo 1030 a. m. (36 hours); throagh
sleeper. from Memphis.
A. Q PEARCE, C. P. A..
is -still in Business
and continues to handle the fiuest
, Beef, Pork and Mutton.
Your patronage isresrpectfully asked
and satisfaction guaranteed.
r°Shop right across the atreet
from theoid RWhittingtgn .Stable.
Get our price. on job printing. . W
do first class work...
Lake and Levee Sta., T
Lake Px.rowr denoe, La.
4,3 LUM Mo
GENTS' - FURNISHING -GOODS.
The FPinet Line of Clothing Ca** n
• ried in the City. *
Ladies' Dress Goods,
Hats, Caps, Boots and
and Hunting (oata,
Trunks, Valises and Hand Bags.
IWEI [ '.r" £..iT ,_ L~s7
CANNOT BE SURPASSED.
Call on me Before PurchasingElsewhere.
-eNeM I Ie ePe BMS'eIOIOBOWleWle
A. D. & S. SPENGLER; AGTS.,
........ VICESBURQ, MXe........,
Sash. Doors, Blinds, Stain-work, Interior Flnlsh,
and All Building Material.
Cheapest Place in the South. Write for prioes before perohelg ae whe.
W. B. THOMPSON. P. L. maOT.
W. B. Thompson & Co.,.
Cotton Factors & Commissian Merchants
NO. S08 PERDIDO STREET,
New Orleans, : : LouISlana.
Yazoo & Mississip
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE NOON
JULY 4 , 1901.
No. 23-Leave Memphis 8:35 a. m.
Arrive Vicksburg 6:15 p. m.
No. 5-Leave Memphis 7:40 p. ni.
Arrive Vicksburg 2:15 a.'m.
No. 5-Leave Vicksnurg 2:25 a. m.
Arrive New Orleans 9:10a. nm.
No. 21-Leave Vicksburg 9:00 a. im.
Arrives New Orleans 6:35 p. m.
No 24-Leave Vicksburg 7:40 a. Tn.
Arrive Memphis 5:50 p. m.
No. 6--l.eave New Orleans 4:00 p. pn
Arrive Vicksburg 11:25 p. m.
No. 6-Leave Vicksburg 11:30 p. 'm.
Arrive Melfmphis 6:15 a. m.
No. 22--Leave New Orleans 7:10 a.m
Arrive Vicksburg 4:50 p. in.
No. 35-Arrive Vicsburg 9:00 a m
No. 36-Leave 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 DBARE S0OP ,
- Lake Street,.
W .II MABEN ............ Proprietor
at P',,1 l1ar Prices.
Ar,, :t,' , IM,.r phi' C ,'Ism l ,,un.rp.
Q. &. C. ROUTE
SUMMER TOUEIST TICKETS -
From Vicksburg, Miss.
MOUNTAINS, LAKES. AND SEA
'I'ickets on sale until September. 30.
good to return till October 31, 1901.
via Queen & Cr.seenat Route. through
sleepter and diniug cars, fast time and
Abhville. N C ..................... $427f
Basic, Va ........................ .... .. 36
Redford. Va .................. ..... i
Bi!ne ltidg .. a . ... 2
Butish. I.ithia springs, Va ........... 44
tharlottesville, Va .................. 8
Chicago. Ill ........ .............. 21 lo
inlunnati. ~~... .............. 2 t
Farmnvlle. Va 87 4
Glade 5prinv.. Vs ..........
I.nokout Mloutain, Tenn.......... 2280
Lounlville, Kv ...................... 235
Monteagtr. Irnn ................ 2...
Nitsara Falls, N. Y ................40 IMI
I Norfork, Va ........................ 42 t I
Old Point Comfort, V ............. 42 (il
t Put-ln-Bay. O .. .. 34 &
Roanoke. Va .............. ... 3881,
St. I.ouke. M1o...................... .24
Staunton. Vs ...................... 30~8
Waukesha. Wie ..................... SI
White Sulpher Springs, W. Va...... 8
Waynesville. '. C .. ... . ....... 2!'1
And to points innmterable. Rates quot
ed to all polits on appheation to
1 F.M.. DONIOUHOl C. P & . A ,
I ckaburg. NfMs.
Gxo. H.BaTSsrt 8.J. AtaNprSoO
G.P.,A., lew Oulesa, -AQ.. .A
. B. P.:R. eggs, $1.00.per setting to
"M. B.-qutui'ey eggs4. 90petoeottish
0 GEQ,. . WEN;.
Gets rp ad lite utati n.
Queen & Crescent
RO= t 2.
The Best Line
North anlct l3art.
The Summer Tourist's favorite
line via Lookout Mountain.
GEO. H. SMITII,G. P. A,
New Orleans, La.
R. J. ANDB&tSON. A. G. P. A..
Nw Orleans. La.
R.,W. BONDS. r. T. A,
Lake Providence - La
Keeps on hand a large assortment of
Burial Casts, Noe, Pla ad Ora,
mental Metallic Cases and Wooden
Coffins Made and Trimmed to Orde,
f farll lR-mt 1
ST. JAMES A. M. H. OUIRCH.
9 a. m.-Suoday school.
11 a. m.-Preaeblog.
3 p. m.-Class Meetlag.
8 p. m.--Preachbing.
REV. J. L. ELBERT, P. C.
8. FULM. . 8- Snot.
J. M. KEN4.N EDY,
Lake Providence, La.
WILL PRACTICE IN
ALL THE COURT 8
emphis and Vicksburg
Per Lake Providence, Greenville6
Arksaies City, Helensa,
and All Way-tLandlnas
1W. . Noaland. ...........Master
F.1J. Darragh ..................Clerk
' Leaves Memphis every
Wednesday at 6p. m.
Leaves Vicksburg every Saturday
at It m.
YAvcxr BELL, ED. -NWrLAND, Jr.,
Agent. G.,F. & P. A.,
Lake Provideace. IMempbis..
A UEOOWG OCAAaMKT.
I"Ilelwi befell A rdlroad Isabore ,
writes Dr. A. Kellett, of Wiltiford,
Ark "-lls foot was badly esrbhed,
but Busklen'. Arnica Salvo qwuletl
eaired hime.' tIaelmhply wondertal for
SBUore Bells, Plies and all Ukfa utrip.
tiots Is bhe. world's ebamploa bealer.
Csr gusaruteed. 2St . 8oh at .(0-.
aadn' drag pswee.
*-t- ly rsm d AN Whk iNt
The undersigned have each a large
kerd of cattle running in the swamp;
ituatd east of .Mer Roue. The I)Dv
tnport brand is the. letter' J l
rhe Moss brand is " ('M'' with bar
>ver it) Their cattle run in portions
Af the parishe oa krdshoude, Riatdand,
and West Carroll. Jo protect them
~ives naginst cattle thieves they have
agreed that they will not sell i any one
who will pot agree to ship from M~r
Rouge and from noother place. eit.lir
rail or river. Any one collecttag or
driving attle brati ~l , as ahove, and
not accompauied by one of the under
mined or by some one legally repre
senting them, will be erimitutlly prose
outed. To any one furnishing iuf,r-.
mation leading to the prosecution and
conviction of parties stenling their cat
tie, the undersignedr will pay a rewares
of one. hnndlred ($1t0K) dollar+. All
letttrs and tt*egrar s must be anodresseti
to the undersig,~uet t, tMer Roue., L:a.
C C. I)AVENI'oRT5
Flarve you a -en~'of fullnesa in the
regiton of your stomach after eating?'
Ie so you will h,! I'ht,,fited by ieing
Chantle rlain,'s Stomach and iLiver
Tablets. .'l'hey at.l cure belching aand
sour stomach. They regulite Lth
bowel. too. Price, 25 cents. Sold by
J- S. Gaeoard's druggist.
PIN SWEET MILK 25C A,
PMRS. T.iJ. POWrb.LL'S.,
Oured of ChroidE Dtarrhaes After
Thirty Years of S>aerlsg.
'I suffered for thirty years with
diarrhoea and thought I was past be
ing cured," a·vs John S Halloway, of
Frennh Camp, Miss "I had spent so
mtch time and moneny a1d suffered so
much that I had givenP up all hopes of
recovery. I was si feeble Wfrmn the
effects of the diarrhoea that I could ,dt
no kind of labor. cou:d not even trav1l,
but by accident I was permitted, to
find a bottle of Chamberlaint's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea lremedy, and
after taking several bottles I ttn en
tirely cured of that tronubl I am so
pleased with the result that I am anx
ious that it he In reach of all who
suffer al I have." For sale by J' S.
WORKING NIGHT AND DAY.
The buise st. and mightiest little
thing that ever was made is Dr. iiRg's
New Life Pills. These pills ehange
weakness Into atrength. listlessness in-'
to energy;, brain-fag Iuto rmettal
power. They're wonderful in build
ing up the health. Only 25e per hot.
Fhr sale at J. S. Guenard's drug' tor·e.
Queen k Qrescent
FAST LINE TO BUFFALO.
Pan-American Special leaves New*
Orleans 9:10 a. m.,. arrives Buffalo.
next evening 7 :30.
New Orleans and Oincinnati Limited
leaves New Orleans 7:30 p. m., arrives
Buffalo se'ond morning'10:0.
Tbhrobgh Sleepers to Cin6innatt
Leave Shreveport 8:15 p. im. daily,
arrive Buffalo second morning 10:30,
Sleeper, Shreveport to Chattsooga
Where change may be made into New;
O(Ieans and Buffalo Sleeper.
Dining Cars en route serving all
SHORTEST AND QUICKFEST 'ThtlE.
For detailed information apply tq
any Ticket Agent, ao the under-.
Gso. H. SMITH, A. A. AHsERSON.W
G. P.A. A G. P. A.
New Orleans, Ib
PAN AMERICAN KfXPOSaTtON,
Buffalo. New York,
oQueen & Crecent Route.
For the aloye occasion, the Queen.
& Crescent Route will sell tickets at
low rates to Buffalo and return from
points located on its lines.
The Q & C. offers to its patrons ele
gant passenger service to Buffi~tlo on.
fast schedules. Scenery of the. fin
est in the country.
For particulars, call upon or addrss
any Q. & C. Agent, or,
R. W. BONDS. T. P. A
" Meridian. Mt.
SPECIAL SUM M ERT'rOURIST RATES
. VIA Y. &.M. V,. .R.
Tickets sold daily until September 8(k
Final return limit, October
)tontreanl, Canada ..............816
Port Calborne, Canads ............. 0 5
St. Catherines. Canada ...... ...... r4q
Toronto, Canada................... 44 85
Colorado Sprtnags, Colt.......... .... 4 9
Denser, Colt.......... .............. 4801
Pueblo, Col .............i... s, .... 4891
Chlsago, Ill .................... 21 tO0
French Lici, fad .. .............. 272.
Westltaden, Ind ................ 7
Dawson Springs, My ............... 17 ItS
Loulaville, y ........................ ! 23*
Deer Park, Md.,................ ..i75
Battle Creek. Mich.................. 2 .
Marquette. Mieli ............. ... 41 35
MS. Clemens, Mich................. g760
Minneapolis. Mini............. ... I 5@
St. Paul Minn .................... 46 50
Bay St. Louis, Mies ............. 12 ISb
Bltoxi. Miss .................. 3.. 50
Pass Christla, Mis........... I
st. Louis, Mo.......... ...,. .... 24 t
Buffilo. N. Y ......................... 40
Jamestowsi, N. Y............. .:..... 40 10
Sewanee. Tens ................ 22 St
Monteagle. Tenr ................ $
Salt Lake, Utah ...................... 7470
Ogdea, Uth ...................... . 7470
OldPoint, Vh......................:. 400
Nerlork, V ....................... 420
Warreaton, Va ................. 43 20
Bs.pers Ierry, W. V ............... 2 5
Wankesba. Wig..................... 8080
Waupaea,Wis ...................... 60S
Special rates to varlone otser pointe.
Per information etc.. write or call on
A. Q. PEA(RCI C. P. & T. A.. Vicks
L. F. MONTGOMEKY, T. P. A.,
'Tilane University no
,lA. AWLDEMAN. LL.D.. Presfteit.
SFall course lq Langsgee, Bgpine,
Engineering, LeW, Madicine. Fou
Sew chairs establihed for next sessiol.
"'thglse.makes leaders in all vocatiopp.
It--.faelitiea tfor struotion in E-q.
gliesring are. taueur~a .:. ni
' ceZed opporteoteage.fpc r.ae atuiti r
8ugar Ch mestr.. I~ ny, scholarhlps
i) the, ,deen/o, depa fP a,. .L
worthy oy. it needy, ashI be turned.
away from its doors.
' Next Session began October 1st.
I nd for Catateg .
1n,1 )iUfPs, ekg~yAP