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Saturday, October 5, 190L friendly to
than one o,
Fifth District Levee Board. surprising
Regular meetings second Wednesday' isht'ld the oh
In January. April July. and October, at most unch,
Delta. La. flings at tt
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COTTON. nuju titfi,ah
Len iJ tray
The market for the past week 'in li
sems to have been a waiting one, ualke a flir
with small changes and very light lie negler
variations in futureq, the market client in a
holding fairly steadly owing to light self and at
receilpts at the ports. We look for of the Soil
liger prices in the near future if Iowa, is a,
receiptse at ports c(.otiiue stldi. can who w,
The coptton receipts at interior age of an
xpoints are equal to last season. but NorthIer
of decidelly inferior grade, nauncetl ri
On Thursday the government bu- ithe occa-in
reau report came out. making crndim - make a bit
tion t1 4.10 against 67 same month Indeed,
last year, causing the market to ad- develoPd
Yw-r.m" r several of
vance oue.eigbtl. l
GEO. H. HIALLE , I ,liticiani
Cotton Buyer. North to i
.. , . - nection
On Thorsday last at Springfield, r outh an(
Ill., the remains of Abraham Lin- Kinley in
cQln were placed in a solid coacrete contempt
valt eight feet thick and thlirtee made to
feet under ground. "It is said lync.hing
that it would take a large force of reetly rei
workmen several daye to exhume tirn of th
the casket under the most favorable of the s
ci l.cumstanes. nv enr chh t
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The goeraneirt should feel worr. much gr
tied over the terrible slaughter of and unit
American soldiers oti the ilaud ,of the Pret
Sarnmar, Manila, on Sept. 28th, whenr and in a
only twenty four out of Cnompany C. South iim
Ninth Infaltry, escapedl being killo tht cri
ed. The insurgents captured all the liitatio
guns, amminnition anti stores. It oflocnli
surely shows that the war tn the mitted i
Philippines is not over, and tha with
Uncle Sam has abig jobnh ,on his hand. specebi
The Natirnal Rivers and Harbors consit e
Congress will meet in Baltimore o sen their
Tuesday anrd W edneialay next, the et imp
8th and 9th. It will be one of the crimnsal
most notalble ana represenutative Lewish
gatherings every assembled, and the t a
ablest man of the country will be mitteal
Thresnt. his meinavannah g is called f the ohangin
the porpose of at West Point, are a crime
congrssippi, North Carolina, for the within
Carolina and Maryland. MissiwsiP most us
p betrment of the waterlm aysof ou of commit
er sons, one of whom i the he e
-. stines a
of the clavass. Th Press notes the bng inr
fact that ,'the tirst five cadets, in fned sa
order of merit, at West whint,ch the a people
all Souther boys.ed They aile stands hotgu
Mississippt becaui, seorh Carolia, helSout tin
p bears off the palrm with two of commil
her sonrs, one of whom is the head cent
of the class. there is somethin iof
the air of the ~scuth by whicl the ieople
native is bonuyed up. tIle staonds sotu
first because he annot help it." tTi
The bloody shirt continues to ofani
*wave in some parts of the North aod tnd
. it seems that the hatred of some of white
the Northern sections for the Soh dut tri
is as strong and cortemptible to day cr
as it has ever been. The latst is -living
Grand Army post of New Hamp- ilies
shire censuring Peaitent Roosevelt with
a:because he had lwritteu to a South- wo(
ere friend referring with pride tohl ase
the share two kinsmen of his eadof N
taken on the Confederate side dur-e, frol
ing the ctivil war." o l
The first race between the. great iec
yachts, Columbia and Shamrook, sectr
was won by the Columbia by thirty- Sr
seven seconds, little over hafT a allusin
minute, which was a pretty closein tel
shave for the American boat. The ther
race is'over a thirty mile ooxase, fsma
and the yacht winning three omt of all t
five races rs declared the winner.
'T'he second race caine off on Tues- in s
day, but on account of not being tby.
able to finish in the time-limit the ast
race was declared off. The Ameri- was
can yacht seems to be the better go
boat. - as 1
T'ihe shipimentt "t horses and InUies hi
to Sottth Africa by the British have set
just passed the 1a0,000 mark: anad sfr
requisition upon the remount station
in this country for 50,000 more has
been received. This exportation .of in
these animals is the largest the world set
has ever known, and as a military h
purchase by one' country from en
another it ranks with.the greatest of co
any kind. Texam has been practi-.
eally drarned, and Kansas, Miasouri, ta
Wyoming aod other stock raIsingrl
States of the Saath amnd West have c
been so nearly depleted that the $40 th
animals of 1899 bring $90 to-day. 1
The Vindicator News *ys"it is t
the most laughable and distsoeful Ia
thing in the world to see how qeick- i
Ily the beat and activity of the eam- t
paign can change a candidate for
offce from a stiff, indifferent, self
suflicient "stinker" to a truckling, i
byperMritical hand-abaker.. I'hi. S
great ebange comes alike ver theS
standing, pbronic candidate, and the
champion of suddea oboice.. Soaume ,
bowl the stauditug candidite eaa~' P
be s friendly and goodPatuired bei~t
twes eampaigaa 9O3 t.e e.o·
thaet, it matters aet how 1tiettl.
bow jovgL, he is. DaturIly. T~e
warmtktt$ the struggle will *a
, lteht of hi. friemds, i ad thear
%twindp4 and their fvianda' frienads."
#A fSPIiCbBL E S11# : RAIL
Sutter of th w re (It iA J
Tb utter s It isq", Joc -1.t iy On or that t oi d I 00
lrtilver of e North afewo days t ige p
ago, were entirely 'ncelied for. but iC ifrotrditt p:
ago, were etiywhich is pro
their hatred to the South will d north to Ark
thern no good. The Daily Ste le nrthern
in an excellent editorial, says: mouthi ago
iAlhouglh during his lifetine Presi-s bhe le ic t
1 dent McKinley showed himself to be ocitelld will I
friendly to the South, sad' on more and south as
than one occasion rebuked those who river will per
advocated secti'iual politics. it is a the same disL
surprising fact that his death furn- the Yazoo at
i shed the occasion for some of the the east. fron
moat uncharitable and uncalled tor The Gould
flings at the people of this ection. structi tII
'he states has already disc:ssed the the Mis-issip
,arjuitih hlie Judnef.r n ichN i
Lewis trave lled entirely out. of the, nhuutd nd i
ual a _O' ith South, and aow l'redev mad
a "'t2 I fli (1 fc ttorf C't tgt(' to at l
make a the at t who have ob
lihe nelec' ted the defence of his the survey ;,
client in a tar-fetched defense of him- strutted, wii
self andi an urnnecetsary arraignluent ty miles wes
Sof the South. Seil'toir Dolliver, of Nat.z-:o
Iowa, is another pIroiinent Repuhli- or hhelena st
can who was guilty of taking advant- general line
r age of an audience assemnbled in a I M11cn l:ills.
Northern city to hear eulogies pro- East Carroll
nounced upon McKinly, anld turnilog Naothir
-the occns-ion into ac otpport unity to tained in o(c
wmake a litter attack upon the South. Natchez ait
b Indeed, there appears to be.a well- 'i t HMr low
developed tendency on the part of if the l(MnI
several of the more radical sectional aid the lint
lpgliticianfs and net'Sllapers of the to that tur
. jNortb to trace out some sort of co(i- Iand his .ast
nection betweeu lynchings in the railroad bhi
I, South and the assasisiation of Mc- want to do
> Kinley in the North. The attemlpt, cent countr
Le contemptible as it must he futile, is Gould will
in made to produce the impression that no occasiot
d I)'nching in the South is almost di- Cole.
of rectly responsible for the assassina- LVI'
el tion of the President, and one or two Informal
le of the speakers have been brutal to the ffet
eanmgll to assert that the lynching of decided to
a negro crimilnal in the South is a froit Rned I
ºr I muchn greater crime than the ruthless the he is
of and unprovokedl shooting down of llarties ws
of the President hby a Northern tman line has hui
en and in a Northern city. We of the ants to t
C. South have been taught to believe and Ark:i
ll. that crime knows no geographical mils and
,he limitations : that the mere question placed unt
It of locality in which a crime is com- run thron;
hmitted has nothing whatever to do T'renses. M
with its heinousness. But if the roll, and
A I speeches and newspaper reports to portaLt et
which we have alluded voice anlly parishes ii
ois considerable proportion of Lorthern more not
sentiment, it would appear that, to tnd tiey
their miind, geography is of tihe high- stantlnrd
e eat importance in deternining tile nrite rt
he criminality of an act. Thus Judge is said tha
ive Lewis has no word of reprobation for and St. ,
the unprovoked murder of two Presi- hranch re
be d(ents, one of which crimes was com- cross the
mitted by a New York criminal and west of T'
for the other in New York State; he has
late no word of condemnation for the pi
the New York mobls which last year ruth- From I
lessly assaulted and heat to death in- just retur
oUT offensive negroes upon the streets of bnear the
the Metropolis of his State, yet lie that worl
fines an unclassified and indefinite of the 'T'
the hanging of a negro in a vaguely tie- pushed 11
to fined section known as "the South," are nlaid
are a crime shocking enough to call forth River bri
mm his hitter condemnation. I says yon
Thus Senator Dolliver, standing f thie oo
U within a few feet of the scene of that rige -
eiP' most unprovoked and hellish crime thead to
of committed at Haymarket upon ino- work act
nd cent and unsuspecting citizens; been co,,
* standing within a short distance of tit, and a
g giI Melrose Park, where preachers and clearing
the people hMnded together and, with south.
ands shotguns In their hands, watched the ting tl
trains to shoot down innocent ne- !shape. a
groes who were not even suspected with se
to f any crime, past or prospective; to give,
standing in the same State in which 'rf Rdi
and Vitden and Pana are situated, where -f Red
e of white mobs shot down honest, in- rth olt
o uth dustrious and peaceable negroes who Thisrs
were guilty of no crime worse than w.un.,in
. that of working to make an honest ri nn
ts living for themselves and their fam-we , beli
*p ilies-amind such surroundings, anto tothis
evelt with the record of all these things
Luh vet fresh upon the Ipuhlic mind, these A ia
Stwo distingushed mouthlpieces-self- Ky . sa
ito assumed and inacurate, let us hope- :tbls in
had of Northern sentiment have sublime at this
dur- effrontery to seize upon an occasion has< hi
so solemn as the death of President erel it
McKinley to make invidious refer- Hall c
ences to the South, the only possetile wa I
k effect of which could be to stir upl marria
o, sectio nal animosity. woult
birty- Such sentiments as those to which Castle
Ii a allutsion is here made are singularly liceile
inoelicitous when uttereld Ibeside tile the d:i
lose g'e rave of Williamr McKinley. If withs
The there le one part of Mr. McKinley's statiol
use,! fame which will outshine and outlast sion t
t o all others, it is the part he plavyed in ,eCen
r. blotting out sectional aiimoslities ant 5 (out
nner. "uniting thile peollet of the two sections v.ou:
ues- in stronger fraternal love andi sympa-- ~R
being thy. He will be longest remembneretl the
it the as the one Republican Presilent who nlar
e was able to rise above sections and ie-nla
Ameri party, and to be President of the Secu'
ibetter oloe country. He will ie reveled cire. I
as the mant who, Iy deeds and not ihe. a
prnule uoeifessioins merely, gave emphasis to aan
all hisd esire to blot out all traces of sile
hinave sectional hetternesA and to accord dowi
k a and j saceritv and equal honr to the men "I
aton whoi wore the gray and to those who ilev
. wore the blue. Is it not strange, the', hope
ore has thiat the men who profess to follow hopi
tion .of in his footsteps and to share his lofty ..
ee world sentiments should, of all occasions, coil
military have seized upon that of his death to
fomenunciate sentiments so utterly re
e tso pugnant to his known principles and
atest of conduct? Can Senator Dolliver and so
rracti- and Judge Lewis find anywhere in the abot
•li*onri, teachings or in the deeds of Williatm htgt
mtI McKinley justification for the doct- mail
t hining rine which they promulge, by impli- hre
at have cation at least, that geography is of L
t he $40 the essence of erime? That the
. oday. y lynching of a negro for rape in the
o tSo'th is more wicked by far than
" tt is the lynching of a negro becaause beo
S . .s eeks to gain an honest liviug in the aIlo
rtoelUal North? Would Mr. McKinley for a call
tqilck- - moment countenance the implied ; on
the oaml theory of these blatant aectionalists ! on
i3hte for that the Northern habit of assaesinat- hot
t elf g pPresidents Is but a mere innocent
"', "ef/pastime in comparison to the Ivynch
.ructtling, ing of a beastialized criminal in the
1hi'll South? These outbursts against the
ever the rSouth are so utterly repugant to ne
, n hevery sentiment of justice and fair pi
nd t play; they are so violently opposed 5o
.. S Som u to every impluse of the late lamented ~rul
ste am ie~ President'a heart, the wonder is that',
aotrerd .bd e the brutal violence done to every io- I d
" lact of propriety and manly fair- hi
i *" O had not made the tongue refuse -
.t , 1,;otee the basenefa which the be~st
T. li coceiv.ed,
esn , Go to Millikin's for .
aad t thI Trunks, Valises and tele-
.frnds" W ScoPOs.
!· RAILROAP NE S. .
re ["i r t i 4er4. se i] .
It is Ieraned front rel fle k irces
o rtbt t Sekl counectýi18fl Louisiana
St l ge pirrty in the tfid down in
,t L .inordi, pa.rish locatin g the lice,1M
which is projected froit Red River
(o north to Arkansas City or Bastrop.
eslThe northern terminal was made some
months ago, but it is npw stated, that
ithe liue is actually being located. It
is believed that the line as now being
)e located will I.e as nearly direct north
'e and south as the configuration of the
ho river will permit; in tact at relatively
a the same distance fromn the river as is
rn- the Yazoo and Mississippi Valley on
the the east. from Baton Rouge north.
for The Gould people believe by eon
In. structing this line up the west side of
the thi Mississippi that they get a route
lge from New Orleans to St Louis about a
the hundred miles shorter than :iany Jther
rto t'oe now existing From the surveys
low alrealv made it is believed by those
his who have observed the movements of
the survey. ;:rtty that the line. if con
ien struted, will pass somie dozen or twen
eit ty miles west of Vidalia. tapping the
'f N at ciez-listiop line about Cloncordia
hli- or Hel.tna station. and follo\\ing the
aint- general line if the 'JTnsas river at
o a I llaeon lills utip through Madison and ]
pro- East Carroll.
iin g Nothliiii definite has been asecr
to tained inll egarld tot the New Orleans,
thll. Natchez ;nid Arkansas route projected
well- by Mr Howard Cole and his associiates,
t of but its rlr. Cole stated somnetimne ago.
onal if the Gol(;ds cl ry out their projects
the and the line runs approximately near
to that uturveyed by his engineers. he
ion- and his associates will be a lling to let
the railroad building 1one0. .*What we
Me- want to do is to develop that magnifi
mpt, cent couutry over there, and if Mr.
e. is Gould will build a road there will lie
that no occasion for another line," said Mr.
t di- Cole.
iSina- LVicksburg Post, Sept. 28.]
r two Information received in this city is
rutal to the effect that the Goul as stem has
in of decided to build a line in L,,uisiElna
i afromiii Red River to Tripp. Arkansas, a
hliless diotance of solue two lhutdlried miles.
ii Of ih(e be iºs being locwated with sirvty
pirtie vu.,r "liui from- t both endls. I he
,hanl itr liis i•en luocated from Tripp, Ark- E"vrytbhI
the isns, to the State line of Louisinna
elieve I nI Arkatllas. at distance of about fifty
hliical itile, s anti the conilsiruction is being
estion placed under contrnit. The line a il
CDm- run throiigh the parishes of Concordia.
to do 'Tensis. Madison. Ea.t and West Car
the roll. and will lie one of the most inm
rt to Iportant conections in the south. Nit
r )' perisles in the State of I.LouisiaIan are'
rthern more noted for their produictive'ness
at to and they are now developed to a high
high standardll of eultivation.
'i. he I'e route selected is hack from the
Jtige river and east of the Mason hills. It
Judge is said the towns of Lake Providence
ion for and St. Joseph will hie connected hy
Presi- hranch roads. The line proposedl will
s coin- cross the V. S. & P. about ten miles
Il and west of Talutlah.
he lhas Concordia Sentinel.
or the PORT ALLEN EXTENSION.
r ruth- From I)r. Robt. S. Carter, who has
ath in- just returned from it trip to his ranch e h
ets of near the mouth of Red River we learn h
yet lie that work on the Port Allen extension
jetinite of the Texas and Pacific road is being
tly de- pushed this way rapidly. The tracks
ouuth," are laid within ten miles of the Red
11 forth River bridge crossiug. and the doctor , D
says you can distinctly hear the whistle
anding ,f the locomnotive Is this parish. The
of that bridge material is coming in fast, :and
Srime the contracts for earthwork are let
crtm- ahead to Bongere swamp. The earth
In ino- work across'Turnhull Island has just
tizens; , been completed iy the R. T Clark out
ucnee of fit, and a portion of the right of way
rs and clearing has been let from Vidalia
l, with south. The eompanv, lie says, is put
bed the tino their track up in first class
tnt ne- shape, and is ballasting two feet deep
lspected with sand. They are now preparin.g
pective; to give out contracts as far as Vidalia.
,which 'lThe dump is finished within two miles
i where of RIed River Work in this parish
in, in- north of Singr Hlouse Clhuite, was start
s i ed last Monday on the earl hwork.
oes who 'his roadt will be tiniished ailll trains
se than rtntining to Vidalia cbefire otr petople
Ihottest a:ware of it. All t liet hits aof way.
ir fam- we believe, have already been secured
ngs, and to tlhis point.
o th hings; -...
nd, these A late speciali fromt Plea.nretville.
ls e-self- Ky.. sat thalt -oine iif tire Ilost reillt'k
s hope--- u ible marriages in KetIentucky occurred
sublimeh t it this place. Btnrbon Satforil, who
ucC casion., has heell in Cul:a stite he wais lltust
President ered uttt iof the First Kentiteky service. Steal
et:eue tit Kentucky ti claim Miss Crrie at p
a refer- Hall, of this place. in mn:rriag.e, hi-h Steame
;possillei was to occur in iSatEurlay. The at p.l
-stir up marriage was to occ.ir at 6 •p. m. The Firs
I wotul--Ite grotml proceledelI to New thronp
to which Castle. the ciuntv seat, antid scured a Y
ingularl'i liense, returlnling tit find that duriig
iside the the day his sweetheartr had broken out
inle'. If with.smallpox anl guarlds hadl been
(cKiley' S stationed aruiitnd the house Admnis
dd ou(tlat sion to tie htouise was dleniedt him, antl
pla aed in' the te h f r se l him Itihtg it
ossectio.s ymuig ladu fir st'- ral ei eniiigs pre.
c th thte g:rl f his t i he .i eiqi x i i' o
i alent who dmair. her wliil ate had sm.•:a "' a
tions and riemn, with hei duling her Willwss
it itf the Srecuring a ~ )p(e'lli'r, the Rev i etiH- a
erreve ted rE ee. still iivi tni ,iliit-s that w ,u' hl ',it i
Stid int the witndow iti ii ii the hiie ill I
traces uif 'sih' tf lIe litito" with the wI ili.w
to accord downi m
to the ll i nl rriteg wms tinie it'
to the whme never bfotre heard of in this scit.Lion.
snge, thenw, The house is well guitrdeil andi it is
toea tOow boped by the Counity Board of llealth
Sf . to prevent the Spreat if the dinase. D
Ire his lofty --Mrs Sanfortli is doing as nicely as ing.
occasions, couild b expeected l" Exp
,is death to
i niples and Stoleu.
)olliver and Stolen from Mr. T. S. Delony's place,
where in the about three weeks ago. a dark bary cest
ofhWill.am nut piare. heulvv ,with fold, 134 or 14 bals "
of nWiliam t high. little sway-iael. small legs. roached
Sthe doct- maie, small kuot on tip ot nose also smarll
wby impli whitestreak. Will lay Il0 dollars for her
hy ".t recovery. DENNIS BANKS.
raphy is tif LakeProvidinee, La., Sept. 7-1901.
a pe ei the $10 Rewed.
Vfr than Stolen from one of the rarks in the totnn
because ibe of tae troldencen. La.. a white horse
ivi ii in thel aloilt 14 hands high. rIighlt eye white.
Kinley for a called a gilass ee. ani under eye Ia. bltEck
e f streak. amall s;re on bsak. few .llack spots
the implied on both hips. I will pay len dollars for in
seitionalists formation that will lead to recovery of the
f assssainat- i horse, or delivery to me.
ere innocent Iake Ptrovidence. L.a.
a the lynch- a ncet
minal in the $10 $Etg H.
a amggnst the Tskeo from uue cotrlhouse yard on \ ed- I
pp t " gat to nesdayr. Sept. It. a dark brown maustang
ice and fair pouy, tiranded d1 on i.t rt ,llE long . t Il
i whlte on Ielt hi-nd ftoo tfrom c,·tic dowu ao to
tl t" opposed . hoit., siall white spot in forehead, hasl .
ate lamented i'unniL enth Wad paces asst ryeof oill I
ornderis that y th bve r tlardn deitvry o Ir.
einte , at the nhrih's odtate at Like Provi
Sto every in- deC. Ifi. or Intftrni:aln thlat will lead to Y
I aanty fair- i. ~*~ .- Ww HIrrEL, C*-estable.
t ole lo leits att ulioai mioos celored
matsSl Ie b ela N tga~ a hhla, tbrinuadd
wlb ,,.t , roWrhieft soolum l e, sia.r "1i ' Ii
kinL for pa3~ahll" a ht. U. st
a et telo- . c\ ,, .
S., ,;t.: ,,,) ,
F ..... FOR I
l · We Have
IJust Received GE
" AN ELEGANT LINE OF
AN ELEGANT SHOE FOR LADIES.
i When you wear a I La,
You Wear the Best.
W- e have some remnants of Summer
the Goods left that can he bought cheap.
We have always on hand the best
d line of Shirts, Neckwear of Gent'
On account of moving to our large Brick
ns Store as soon as finished,
and wishing to move as little gpods as possible.
WE ARE MAKING A CUT
S J. N. Hll Bro.
OR FORD LaDIS' Cal
FO n RMND CMILDREB
uFan AND BOYSW NT
r I'e W . B .
Ark- Everything Swell for Swell Dressers.
Nrd h LARGE STOCK
hhFALL AND WINTER Ya
Id et e GOODS
miles HAS ARRIVED.
lear a We have Made an Exceptionally Handsome
n pi LADIEs' DRESs 600GDs, TRIMMINEs, NOSIER, S0P c. No
aThe GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHINGS, FINE CGLOTHIN, No.
,r ald No
,ear FINE UNDERWEAR, FINE SHOES, FINE HATS.
The iut -The Largest Stock of Hardwiare and No
is rut- Groceries of any House in Towon. N
t deep U M il l, Ake
~eidi Ja. JPOWERS, Pres. A. F.NIMTZI Vice Pres. , T, BRIERLY, Secty. D
ire"in lVicksburg & Greenville Packet Co.,
mirr Steamers BELLE OF THlE BENDS, ANNIE
r, who IAITIIE and RUTH
itc, Ste mer Belle of the Bends leves Vicksburg every Monday and Thursday
,s.e, t e.n le.ves Grenville every Tues da and Friday. .
Cr hihSat.ner Ani tunei leaves Vicksburg every Wednesday and Saturday
, l. tIll l at • ; toi i evelra nill ver T e a n So nday evening.
e cnrei a YANCEY BELL. Ageot. Phi
during I||(" " ,
im, m and
and it i | b.
, lleth. Dearing Ideal Improved Mowers and Rakes. Steel roller and ball hear
nicely as ing. Paris and Repairs kept on hand. Highest award at Paris
Exposition. J. W. PITTMAN.
Agt. for Lake Providence
WILL SAVE YOU FEIGHT.] and Adjacent Territory.
, g,. oTbeTH DBEER. TEAZT MLD MILWAU ZE·
A . - -... .
thi city it goes t te remotest parts of the earth. The sun
t e Iose Schlitz ber is not standard. People now demand a beer that is
;." |,lr k spote iiltered-every bottle is sterilized. A beer that is pure is healthful.
oilaras or in- That is Schlitz..
ro Y DY. Every First Class place handles Schlitz.
Idenee. La. I
10 Day Tichets
$32 50 Vicksburg to Buffalo and
" Return. on sale Daily via
Iy. & M. U. RAILROAD. y,
Le-ae Vi',ksburg 11:30 p. nm.; arrive an
It Jbfftdo 10:30 A. m. (3.5 hours); through
ill sl*per krm Memhsis.
R. A,Q PE.RCi:, C. P. A.,
SVic.ksburg, Miss. d
nd is.still in Business
and continues.to handle the finest
D Beef, Pork and Mutton.
Your patronage is respectfully asked
iVre and satisfaction guaranteed.
ugh Q "'Shop right across the street
from the old Whittingtou Stable.
Get our priees on job printing., W
|do firstlass werl...
Lake and Levee Sts., The
Lake Providenoe, La. ~
.ý a1>ss ansýº and
GENTS' - FURNISHING - GOOP8, 1
."S, ~ 'dri'
The Finest Limneof Clothing Ca r no
Snried ixi the City. g Cut
Ladies' Dress Goods, of
Hats, Caps, Boots: and t
and Hunting Coaw
Trunks, Valises and Hand Bags.
CANNOT BE SURPASSED.
Call on me Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
W. B. THOMPSON. P. I,. MoOAT.
W..B. Thompson & Co.,
Coton Factors & Commission Merchants
NO. 808 PERDIDO STREET,
New Orleans, : : Louliiana.
Yazoo & Mississip- QlEI(
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE NOON Vj
JULY4 , 1901.
No. 23-Leave Memphis 8:35 a. m.
Arrive Vicksburg 6:15 p. m.
No. 5-Leave Memphis 7:40 p. inm.
Arrive Vicksburg 2:15 a.m. in.
No. 5-Leave Vicks burg 2:25 a. m. T]
Arrive New Orleans 9:10 a. inm.
No. 21-Leave Vicksburg 9.00 a. m. The
Arrives New Orleans 6:35 p. m. line via
No 24--Leave Vicksburg 7:40 a. m.
Arrive Memphis 5*50 p. m.
No. 6--Leave New Orleans 4:00 p. im R. J.
Arrive Vicksburg 11:25 p. m.
No, 6-Leave Vicksburg 11:30 p. m
Arrive Memphis 6:45 a m.
No, 22-Leave New Orleans7:10 a.m
Arrive Vicksburg 4:50 p. m.
GREENVILLE ACCOMMODATION" J l
No. 35-Arrive Vicksburg 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.
QZTY BARBER SOP,
Lay - Lake Street,
Wy W.H. BLAss ............. Proprietor Keeps
. Up-to-date work Burial
ed, at Popular Prices. e
Agent for Memphis Steam Lanniry. -
Q. a. C. ROUTE
SUMMER TOURIST TICKETS a p
From Vicksburg, Kiss. 9.
Z MOUNTAINS, LAKES. AND SEA
T'ikets on sale until Sepemnber SO,
good to return till October 31. 1901.
vi;i Qan & Crescent Rodte. Through Fr
sleeper. and dining oars, fast time and ak
Ashville. N. C .................. 1270
Basic. Va ................... ...... 35 .
Bedtord. Va..... ............... 20 F.'
Blue Ridge, Va ............ ........ .
Buffalo Lithia Springs, Va ......... 8 4
Chicago. Ill...... .... ........... 26 10
hear- Cincinnati, 0 ...... ..............." 26 0
P Farmville. Vs........... ....... 886 4 t
Glade Springs, Vs ........ ........... 28 Y
Lookout Mountain, Tena............
Louisville, K....... ....... .......... 2 2
Monteagle. Tenn ..................... -
Niagara Falls, N. .............. .... 40
SNorfork, Va. ........ . ............ 4200
Old Point Comfort, Va ............... 6
Put-in-Bay. O........................ 8
Roanoke, Va. ...... 2*00
st. Louis. Mo....... .8...- .....* ..
Staunton. Vs ..... .8........ . ..... 8
Waukeshba, WIs ..... ...........
White Sulpher Springs, W. Vs ..
Waynevillle. N. C ..... 2820
And to poi tat nnumemrale. Bates quet
ed to all points on appuleatron Ao
UD F. M. DONOHOIL. C. P .&T. A.,
are * ckburg. A Miss.
GO. H. SMITEH . J. ADU..Xs. . a')
is G. P. A., Znew Orleans, A. . r. A. oe
U1. FOR SALE. l
B. P. . eggs. $1.00 per setting of
M. B. Turkey eggs, $2.00 per setting a
of 18. GEO. 8. OWEN, a
SG·osyppis Plantation. S
S Pilchber's PointL. La w
ineste J. M. .K.E.NN EDY,.
Lake Providence, La.
fw L paaCrrI(
str Feet - o COk T
ng.., w Fiiewdbisiof crockerydt
QUbSS &, rd Yaeln
P IoIa z. to respol
The Best Line NatceZ
FROL-- Mr. 3
- 1'0--- line. W
AXJL FOII ?J'B system c
TNorth anac tis. t.d Gletlte.
The Summer Tourist's favorite
line via Lookout Mountain.
GEO. H. SMITHI,G. P'A ,
New Orleans, Ra.
R. J. ANDERSON. A G: P. A..
Nw Orleatns. TLa.
R. W. BONDS. 'T. P. A.
Undertaker. $ al
LIbake Providence "Prt. C
Keeps on hand a large assorament of 'roront
Burial Caskets, ew, Plain and Ornas 1)e
mental MetalieCasesand Wooden Puebit
Coffins Made and Trimmed to Ord Frevci
atprl 18-89-11v West
. se JA " A.. E. ECHURCa Louk
suNDAY slMvscr. e
9 a. m.-Sunday school. Mt. 4
11 a. m.--Preacbhing. Mlnm
3.p. m.--lase Meeting. "h 1a
8 p. m.--'reaching, . BE 8
REV. ,I. L.ELBERT;P.'C. Blox
S. FULruM. .: 8- 8uoti iPass
EA- Memphii ad sVik surg ,
so. Packet, ' Mots
)1. APovdeere l t.lt l
ugh dr Lake Provdece, Oreenville- Ode
and All Way Landings, . r
$teaamer DELTA, liarp
W. II Nqwland, ...... ...Mast&er
o F.J. Darrag ... .......... C" Fole r
84i Leaves Memphis every A (
8Wednesday at bp. m.
20 Leaves Vickshburg every Saturday. l
28& at 12m.
23 c YANCit BitLL., ED. NOWLAND. Je., -
Agent. G. F. & P. A., P
4050 Lake Providence, Memphis.
2 0 - ---0
( ueen F. resceet
0. a low
.238 i0 nRoute. :
squoet FAST LINE TO BUF1 ALO. ga
Kis Pan.American Special leaves New es'
UnoI* Orleane 9:10 a. mi, arrives Buffalb
t. r. A. neIt eveOing s30". un
New Orleans and Cincinannti Limited
leaves New Orleans 7:3) p. m., arrives
ing of B& alo second morning 10:39.
Thg of Through Sleepers to Cincinnati
settiang nd Buffalo. J
eting ave Shreveport 315 p. -.; daily,
N. arrive Buffalo secondmorsfing 10tSO.
tin. Sleeper, Shreveport to. tiChattanooga
inte. La I where e me c emay be.neae leto New
Oriefae al Blidffatlo Sleeper. E
Dining Care en rtate ervinf -lil
E)Y~ meals. .
SUoarsTI AoD QLILKZST Ta. I
For detailed information apy tot g
any Ticket Aot,* :or .the s. uddr-"
Ual. B TS nI t A. AI Awjiwe,
G.U P. A. A..P. "L
- Siet Otleaa.Ls& a. ' .
rya . Go to MilGkin' ior
Gooks Stoves and Heoters.
gsM;U sd Al Who It
e undersigned have eatch a larger
of cattle runaing in the ,wnmp4
td east of Mer Rouge. The i)av
rt brand ii the letter. Tr] -
The MoBy brand is 9 (-"M' with btar
over it) Their attle run in purttihtei
of the parishes of Morehouse. Richland
and West Carroll! Y'o prot'l(t 1 tdiem
selves against eattle-thieves they have
a .greed tat they w]lr 4t'6T[ El'oi-any ne
" who wIill tlla gres~t ship from Mar
I Rouge and from noother place, either
rail or river. Any one collecting or '
driving cattle branded as above, and -
not Lccompauied by one of the under
sined or by some one legally repre
sentings them. will be criminally prose
cuted. To any one furnishing infor
mation leading to the prosecution end.
conviatieta of parties, steahing, their cat
tie, the umdersirned will p:ay a reward)
of one hundred ($100) dollars. All
letters and telegrams mlust be attdresse.d
to the undersigned at Mar Rouge, La.
C C. DAVENPORT,
What's Your Face Worth?
Sometimes a nortune, but never, if
onu hav a s allow complexion. a jatitn
diced loIk, moth patches and hloteh,'5
on the 9ki -..ell signs of Liver "'ruhle'..
But Dr. Kig's New Life I'ills give
Clear Skit, Roa, Cheeks, licll ('mnt
plexion. Only 25c at ;uenard's drug
We may not be in the
swim--but we are on the
river b)ank--and ready to
gin all the cotton that
comes over, and guaraln
tee satisfaction to all.
IDon't forget us. We will
blow the whistle, and
you bring along the cot-,
OAT. R. J. BURNEY..
't'he Acme Brick Co. htis just fi
its lghed rnitg a kiln of 200.000 brick
and are now ready to till orders at $10
per thousand. Apply to
Kl. l JONES:
Ina. or, J. W. COOKE
s'Mr. I$ .M. Dalgarn, who has ihe con
tract for geistiu out the cross tied and
clearing the right of way for the Tex- s
S anid Pacefic road in Concordia pariti
youth of she New Orieans and N,.r'h
western Reltway, will sub-let coutracts
to responfihle iparties. His adliress is
Natches, Mis..-_oncordia Seuinuel.
Mr. J. M. Johnson; .ot Talliflah,
president of the telegraph line, was in
St. Joseph this week looking after the
line.- We understand he reports that
work will boon he begun by the Gould
S sytem on the loop line on the front,
the begilnntigto be made on the up
per end. We trust thles is so.-Tensas
*.THE $ ? uoYAl4" is isthe ,st
machin.' madeJ We have The New
Royal in ..Drp l;lll":.mad ,Upiighlt"
J. S. MILLIKIN.
sP1i C liA,. M EM tOUIUSlT RATES
S eA Y·. &~, V. R R.
Tickets sId daily until' September 80.
Fins'retturn limit. October
Montre . stia* ....---.......
La Pert. Cltlorne. Oan ..ad . ....... h"
.tet n St .Catlislere. Ca.md . ...... ... 0 wf0 '
TIrorojto, C(as*'* ¶. ........ .
ctnersda Csol.prig...,- ...........
loodeu Puebti. Ct ............ ......
(C ic5go. oll .. ................. 1
tOlet Freuch Ilck.[3 [a i,~.:... . . " , .'"
West Baden, In.i ...............
Den 8g ............ 3
SO gvllle, L y. ·.s ·-'.. ..... • .3 . . 2
R Deer Peibt .d .. ....... 38
Mar uete. MI .................... 335
Mt..tlemePsp Mich ................
Minaean olse. Minn ... . . . n
ShPtul. Minn 1i16
aY 8tu. LouIs. Missn .... .... .L.'
T;P:C. Ba ox a.................. 80
Pass Chrltjian. Miss......... 124
StI ..loi . o . · 4(M)
,U ' . . .... ...... " ... 40 W
Sewanee. trea .............4 2. '..
Milot.( eagle. Tet m ............ .. %0
. . . . .. ........4. V.84 0
Old 'olut. VW s...................
1Norfork, Va . ........ .. ..... . 4
/Warrenton. Va . . . 8
H Iurpers LCrry. 'W. V1...... * ........ 4z ,
' Wankesha.- Vi . . ......... . 8
e. .atr Specialn rates to variouns other potael.
S." .Cler For informnatlod. etc.. write orscall on
,phis evrty A. Q I'EAR(E. C. P: & T. A., Vioks
at tp. m. bunre;Miss
Saturday I, F. MON'I'TGOMEKY. T. P. A.,
&. & P. A., PAM AMF4IICAN EXPOS~LON,
"emphis. Bufrt, New York, *
FSCort For the: ttye oc...nt the. (aiee
&.Crenut Route wjli ell iiekatt1A
low rat#s Aq\Hfflo" *@d return 1tfifht
pOints Wit..dM otn its ines.
TbeQ &. offa.l to its patrons ele
q F 'LO. gent p:asspger se iie to Buffalo on
f(tst ghesctflea 8e nery of the fln
Sleaves New es in the country.
es Buffahld For gauttitnlass, cll upon or address
tany Qt'IC A'ent, or.
nati Limited ' K I W. BOND)S. T. P A.
p m., arrives ? Meridian. Miss
irnin i n0nai. saw onz mattras
.jattkotnoga A ALDERMlAN, LL.D.. Presidenta
:-e dlato New Full corse in Languages, Sclenecs.
por. Engineering. Law. Medicine Four
evi a new cbairs es ablished fTor nextseslion.
Tulane nima leaders in all roeatiden.
E.T Trzal- Is f!iellltie for instracthon i2' l 6
. togineeriug ase unseirpassede. Uiez
ona my to ol1ed opptertnai les f.O th5 1t7i"
the. Sonle-" ar .'he " ' eholftrg!
' ' rkthe scsdeeb depatent. "ob
A. ANisinet ,,d uibmsiedstn stoaist rWe. no
, Gs. P.* . wo-.,-, boyv, ifnedy 4aidilbes beut
i in's for Send torCataloRgue
d eflaters.' R W.. K IIRUFF. Stawr