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STug House, :":
W Iisky, Beer, Cigars Ind Tobacco,
THE LARGEST STOCK Oe IMPORTD A3 DODuTI4
WINES AND LIQUORS.
SOLE AG T FOR LEMPS' BER
Shisky received direct from the Distilleries.
-..NO MIDI)IE PROFIT MADE.
Saturday, October 5, 1901,
Jos. E. Ransdell,
Heal Estate Agent,
LAKE FROVIDEMAE, LA.
Will practice in the Courts of East
Carri,ll, West Carroll and MAadison
'ari.Iis, and thle State Supreme Court.
.JOIIN A. MONTGO''(;MERY. Notary
Pub!ic. Ct',urt Stenograpiher and Fire
In-uranc Agent.. is in my office.
Clifton F. Davis,
110tell 2e t a.te Aggt.,
L:ke Providence, La.
IIAVIaNG .t'% T FINISHED A COMPLET
4TB'l`HAmtr OF ALL "IIE LANDS IN EAST 0
ARtIi(ilTl,. I AM P'REPAII$D TO FIPRNISH
4BSTACT iS OF TITLES uN SHtoRT NOTICE,
E. WAYLES BROWNE,
TENOGRAPHIER AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Loanl and Parish News. in
l'he Earl Carroll Fair, October 22nd, bt
23,d Riad 24th.
'Ihe fair grounds, stables &c., are
being put in first class order. ha
Lehmann will handle oysters, debfish
antl vegetablle in a few weeks.
Serrices at the ('atholic, Metbonistl
aini Eis'poplr churches to-morrow. th
''lhere It to he a big game of ball and get
hor'e racing out at Black BaVyo to- bat
When ryou go to Vicksburg be sure
andl put up i ilh Chandler and Bond, al
at the Piazza.
NMe sra. lMontgomery & Long, civil
eiiineer, will srart Monday to make a "
r t %,i, of he townl. ed
'Ihe brie.k-work on the new court cho
h In"I' h*.- I tle.'l c,,mpleted. The roof c icI
i, tn i being put up. of t
\ 11, ve hIld another week of bean- ti
ifti n,eniher amid may it continue iea
iuntil ih, crop is gathered, of t
'TheI ('atlolic achool building has re. l)iai
r-irvil its tinishling touchee. It Is liev
qluit a handsomeln structure. for
Our friend King of Black Bayou
sr. iln the city Monday. He told as
businese was very good at his store.. to t
'there is nmore talk of the Goulde pod
building the railroad, and that our that
town Will be side traoked by several the i
We were glad to see our merebarns' of C
doing a large business last Saturday chat
From now on the fall trade boutd be bhun
Rev. C. Mahe, who has been in '.- away
tucky for two weeks, returned last be a
Saturday evening on the steamer tiol
Delia. at hIt
The big cotton carrier Chalmette tiug
came up 'i'neesdy. This boat will ton
in the Bends trade during the fall and
Mr. Fonese has been kept busy In
the colntry for the past three weeks M
purritg glue ia ireoL elas. order, which Paraj
bO call do.wher
'l'he time for holdSing our fair Is not mont
far cft, anId if every 0one who wlbee to Ithalt I
see it Imade a success, they should get I diploi
down to work. hbearth
We are glad te ailnounce that Mrs. pr~ar
Joe. E. Iaimdcrll is mtuch better, after thisy
a very severe sick spell of over two Ise'ci
weeks or more.
MIss Lilly Stewart returned from ''bere
Blrminghsm, Ala, on Tuesday, and is and mt
with her sister, Mrs. J. W. Pittman on this gi
Sparrow street ceaes.
For spraines, swellings and lamenese
there Is nothlghl so good as Chamber- n
lain's Pain Balm, Try it. For sale at Collle.
Guensrd's drug store. prover
Rev. W S. Slack will bold servicea kidtey
to.morrow at the Episcopal church at could
eleven o'clock, when Holy Commuu- nor si
ion will be admiuisttred. cuakiq1
,I'he Acme Brick Co., has a foe kile til be
,f 200.000 brick juist burned, and Is, ct
now ready ino fll all orders. You can he wr
save trooney by getting brick at home. schi a
Marshali Peck madte a few arrests blood
8siurmlsn nighi, andI the mayor put on On)uly .5
the fini-ing to)uch(s Monday by five
dollars mtd costs to each of the peace Five
'T'le many friends of Mr. R. J. Bur- he 22
hey were glad to see him put on Sun. racers
day last, the drst time nla several Louis a
seeka. Mr Buriey had quite a long is goin
spell of sickness. our b
We now have four eottoo buyer. in
wown. which oughtl to have arteodeo cy Mi]
to cause c,(otton to bring a better pricei ha1id1
thai if only ote buyer was abere.lie
Ibe more thie merrier.
The 'street and bridge eommlttee 014.
have been doing somelt excellent work Cardi
on the bridges They might ix the o l'ues
horrible part of the esidewalk In front rlage of
of the Pit mat residene. H. Coo
Co!. C. D. Benton ua in town oa 9th,at I
Monday from the Bend, where he hs Tbhe mst
exletsive planting ilatereats. Col. pbhy ian
B-nmton Is just from ble aorthern Joa tet o life
and lools In excellent health. I 1ooper
When you hare no spp ae. do t t
relish-nyear food Ue krl1il
lug yoe, may ka*i t&boq o
dose of Chamberalag ' Stoinaeb ·ad bore Co
bler Table.u. Prics, 26 C ntsa. m.( -ore o
ple free at J. 8 Osesard'e drugatore.s ee'.
Rev l ; ratllisnO,) C'OnI baptlized
I hirt'iz ts t, onverts in Iflagsnan itresk
Inst unitdat. ile mill Ihav e wtelve to
b01 E I; to.nmrrow a. I rawia IVilti.J
f"v _Coll n hag 11ot!iz(.* t -everal htUl.
(fred people since le thee(' lte a Ihi
S Phil Mcl; wre..I .r., :A bhak, looking
itn peankill tlip-,op order fro:,t his
W wo weeks otulit'g with his people at
lew Albant. lid. Phil i n pptular
Mantlenters itn Providehrp, and1 h.9, manlt "
frienda welcomte iturn hack lookiug so
Rev Mr. BoIb,1.g. wtli has spent the
tPnrltner at HSwawtee. 'l'erln., shld his
uIisial 5ervicee at the Epirsecpal chutirch
f East ont Suintllt lasIar, anid. was greeted by a
tdisort large congregatlons. tti is held in ,
outL. high esteenm by the ci'izeus of our
town and parish.
rtar When you eannot sleep for cough.
Fire ig. It is hardly lece.sary that ally lne!
should tell Vo I, that you need a Rew
- doses of Chamberlain's Cough ItRemedy
to allay the irritation of the throatl '1
i and ttmake sleep posihble. It is goodi
'Try it. For sale by J. S. Gueurard, -
6E, H, HAILLET,
it.. COTTON BUYER, i.(
-- REPRE' E NTING
L. W1I1iI)AUERL & CO_.
L.T1T of (Greenville, Mois.
E I A DON'T SELL YOUR COTTON UNTIL"
TICE, YOU SEE ME.
OFFICE at J W. Pitinma't Store.
'ORRESPPONDENCE SOLICITED. I'
IC I atnother coltun we publish itter-.
LIC. estitg railr(,ati reading frru t the Vitks
burg Hierald andi Vlcksbhurg l'ott.0
There are a few errtors i the airlicles
iln the real loration of the (;uld road,
but that nmakes little dilference, it is
get:ing the news that the road s1ll be
htad, built, is what will delight our ctizeuns. Pr
are It is pretty rough on people who mi
have gone to the trouble of raising plpr
dab geese, to have them stolen the way it
is now gointg ona in townt. Otie per. all
son had teln .toleit out of his tiflck one dig
uist night last week Iit may he fut for
F. those who are gettlig away with the hti
gad geese, but the persons who own theml
to- bardly think so.
re I)rop in at Millikin's
nd, and11 see his fall and win- "
ter stock of goods. II
e a "For Ithree dats antd nights I suffer-. S
ed agony iintold fromt atn atack of k0 w
art cholera tmorbus brought on by eatintg rec
oof cucumbers," says M U. Lowier, clerk free
of the district court, t enterville, Iowa. Iter
- "[ thought I should surely die, and tle
an- tried a dozen different medicines but fair
fie all to no purpose. I sent for a bottle the
of Cbsaberlain's Colir, Cholera and aid
re. Diarrhoea Rermedy and three doses re- In t
Is lieved me entirely." lthis remedy is cam
for sale by J. S. (Guenard, druggist, in i
Us With the corming of dotton buyers lain'
to oe town it manetta a great deal to a we
coltoupplenter& '.Voen cotton is sbip,. ret
tie ped there is a -great deal of expense drul
or that is done away wilh--lti steelinlg,
ral the insuriatice, the ttratage, the stor
age and above all. the ditlerent graies 1A
of cotton that the Conutllnisin,n mIler
chlant east find in cotton that has 11
be buen picked Iroln the stame w ut, bat l
died by the same hernia and wiitued by bn
the same fin. All this will be done frtm
+- away with and a ocaJ nmarket should fro
at be appreciated. It Is aame sawisfac mpi
or tion to a plainter to sell his cotton right 1
at laeme, Sand to kinow that he is get. Ile
le ting the hihest market price. schre
Id A fine line of Furniture were"
aFt Millikin's. look
in ' Cari
Master Willie Moore returned fromn loca.
SPragust4I.· Ark., on Flidr last, toorse
awhere he has been atteinditg a The
mommeril cutrlee for-thie past two tiegrl
t months, and we are J)!eased to learni work
o that the yoiung pne relturns with his weeK,
It diploma. It was through the big they
bearlednes of Mr. J. S. Millikini, ourj there.
preoreseive cltisei and merchant, thab irHl
r this yountg nmaan has received a coti- crtim
niercial education; andit thi is not the of thj
breaiteserinig'young man to ie Siveu A slh
a sliwra t.b. erotld.by Mr. Milliklu. the th
S'l'There srp others wbho owe him touch they
* and should appreciate the kiltdness if When
I this gentleminu. We wish Willie suc- putisl
a A' PnIEflRs ATTACK. M
An attack was lately made on U. F ICOiV
Collier of Cherokee, lowas, that nealty G(
proved fatal. It came bthrough, le
kidneys. His back grso lnme be 8T
could not stoop wibthout great pai,I **yW
ior sit i' calir except propped by frighll
cushbj.l No remedy helped hint un- Jonest
til b. ':r-tl Electril Blters which ble let
efected eoch a wetederfut ebasge that le I','
he writes he feel. like a new man. after e
Tbis marvelous mediehe curese ' back. Ible fol
ache aid kidney troubli purifies the Bruise
blood and btids tip your health. ti nardt,
()uly 50e it ( uehard's drug store.
Five tirst elass raee horses arrived Jlht .
yesterdaly on the Belic-o take part inl i
the racing at thie E~nt Carroll Fair oat terl d:
the 2dtl. 23rd and 241h. Several ladv
racers will arrive shortlh fromt St.
Louis and othier places, antd ftie raciwig j w
is going to be the leasitg feature of ike
our big fair. wiwig ii
Miillikin will have. on ai , 'o
haud in a few days a full
line of Old Hickory Wag- wen
Cards were receivred it Providietce everybc
onu Toceday aitnuoeng that the mar- bndv."
rliagesofMrs i.R. MuIuphy to Mr.J.
H. Cooper, wool.i take plaa on the The a
91that IHotel Plazsa, Vidklburg, Mirn esatawi.
The many frlends of tbih Ire Mtr- (orlPana
pby atid Mr. ,Cooper wil*h lefor hbeol said thiu
long life and bagpsaMse. Mr.asd Mr , Imophi
C)oopaer will' beiat e e aft teO *Oetober efall seas
9th, lAke Providence.
bore ougresa, wlicb m~e liT .r o ,r
tuore om Tuesday and Wedutleday peopSee
n-ext. out th*t
,t, ize THE MAN-IIN-THE MOON
1vania. AT TlEl FAMOUS
al hul. The MAll-i. -the-Moon (a cre tearing
lmini s. low in,
Says he, to i, mal named Amos,
CCan (you tell me the st eet ill your little
1'a: hi* Where I can fintd THE FAMOUS?"
SluOlar ,"Yes" aid the man. "Though dark
nany the Itiglht.
lug N I 'annot miss the way', sir;
Go where you see that brilliant light,
Itrsidle it's bright as fay, sir "
olt his the mani from the Moon came down the
I by ar And the while folks stared In
I iys wonder;
( our "I want stloe boes for tmy weary feet."
o Antd they said, "go over yonder r"
[ Good revening, gentilernei !" he said,
ongh. "My clot hes are ol anld seedy
y one Iwant a hat, 1too0, for my bead.
a fetw A pail' of shoes-be speetdy !"
Iroat I hose two boys, 11 & K., you. know,
gool (lit round him in a flurry
otard, For in their "biz" ihey' are not slow,
'T'hey dressed hint in a hurry.
'tl'lhey shod his feet, they clothed his
An '"Alpine" graced his noggin ;
'I \, I nll on the ,iroplir track,
I'll never get a floggin'."
'For tny wife shid, as I came down, 0
'I'll heat and hang t our IoS, sir, d
INTIL It ilt cone back frot yonder town ft
lWilhout a mutt of'clolhes, sir !'"
r "So good-bye, hoys I l't happy now,
And every time it's handy,
I'll conie right downtol t own, 1 vow, t
titer. 'HE FAMOUS is a dandy !"
,,, Delta Cotton Company
rod l of Memphis, o
II be Will buy cotton this season in Lake IC
zeus. Providence and at river landings ou
either side, ab:tove and below. All com
who -hmuuienatlns by mail or telephone (C
sieng promptly anlswered- 5C
)" it I'thetir ag"-nt. Mr. R. A. Banks, invites C
per. all plainters to CaW or write him before
one dijspoing of their cottn.
for Ollit.e at the Lake Providence Bank w
the building. hr
It Happened in a Drug Store. to
11 3 "One day last winter a lady came to atn
tl- y drug store and asked for a brand mi
o't cough medicine that I did not have jut
in Srock," aiys 1Mr. t2. R (;randin, the his
(popular druggist of Ontario, N. Y. Inc
fer. "She was disappointed and wanted to pot
off kinpw what oough preparatios I could tie
isig recornmttetd. I said to her that I could D)o
lerk freely recoimendChamberlaint'icough tha
wa. lremedy and that she could take a bot- ma
and tie of the remedy and after giving it a for
but fair trial if she did not find it worth bra
tale the money to bring back the bottle rigl
and and I would refund the price paid. not
re- In the course of a day or t wo the lady rou
is came back in company with a friend lit
in need of a cough ruedicine and ad- will
vised her to buy a bottle of Chamber- to t
ere lain's Cough Rtmmetly. I consiider that
to a very goonl recoittlnentl atiolt for the F
ipi- rettied)." For sale at J. S. . uenard's I
rise drug itore.
,g, _ Pro
or- gee the Hardware dis- cae
lea play in Millikin's show kiel
°- Ill the past month or so a great many
y bonres anld miules have been stolen :
ie from our parish, and it seems to be an The
ld Impossihility to catch tua with the per. ville
It nso1 who are at this kind of work. It chas
ti also itnpo sible to find any trace of seap
t- he stolen stock. although thorough cots
searches are mattde biy Ihe owners. We und(
Swere informed last week by a person Wa
who ban |been out for several days tows
I0looking for a lost animal, that back of Mr.
Cariela. Ark. where a saw mill is acqu
Slocaseid, there are several bead of
ht borsen and itlltPe wihoL owDPners. L
5 The proprietor lthl this man that a "
'0 iegroes cnrme to the mi ll huntlig bt I
work, anid alter r-nsitling a few shot
SweeK,, gi o<,f leIaving behind whatever
i they were ridiug wteU they came ok
r there. you (
Ihlorse stealing is one of the worst there
, crimes that catt )e comrnmitted. and on hatnd
Ij of the hardest to be eaight up with. as yo
U A sharp lookout should be kept for
i the tileves who are at this work and AI
they slthould be caught if possiible. hi
f When theyr are caught the severest e
puniisbmeiteut is not toit good for them. Cmb
Millikin has just re
ceived a first class line of tettti
Gent's Furnishings. lite
BTEPPED INTO LIVE COALS, pie.
S"Whet, a c ild I burned my foot Cp
i frightfully." wrttes W. 11. Eads, of a
- Joneaville, Va. "'.which caused horri- m
I hble leg sires for S0 years, hut Buck- ait.
let,'s A ritca Salve wholly curetd tme
I after everVything else failed." Itnfalli
lle for Burnt. Scalds. Cuts, Sores, after.
Bruises and Piles. Sold by J. S. Gue
nardl, druggist. Price 2Sc.
Mrs. Cotin MeGuire. mollther of Mrs. pure
John MiGuire, we regret tb learn, has deie
b~een da:gierusly ill fir the past sev
eral dacls,. We hope that this good
lad' will sonoi be res'iired to healtb. FIN
J. W. Cooke has1 now a first class O
htaker, amid the bread, rolls cakes &c,
lwitig ttrnttedouti by himt are duse. Call
at IClooke's mid see his bread, or be Bd
will deliver it to any part of town. mer an
__ Io tow
We have been requestled by several about
persona to call the attenltion of the
mrshal to the shootilg If target gun lictate
In town. "The law should apply to ica
everybody or it m-st apply to eo.
tot y. era are
lThe steamer t)ew'y. A L. Cummius their ti
captai.n, was advertised to leave New A us
Orleans vesterday for MemphIe. It a tow on
said this lae steamboat wilt enter the store,
lemphls asnd Vicksburg trade for the Stomc
fall season, quicl r
Co;t tuft pickir ntg goa merrily oetsaad ain
: rvWatis of nearly every awilyy in 26 *iI
w't hiave f.rejjis their Solt brt'hbe j :
nr the Cti.Yon i;uch. If lthe white
pope ,,ita.P pd p1thlfr = ia"alonn' kip' T
out tIha-nm, it would b, g lood lalg. ,1 buatls
Dail d es grf th efR. l,'. ,at,.
r of such ii1bflsutnce tihma- e dssv.
_> riled thu:.attempt to secure it bas not
beent nere geet*t ,in', tbe Booth by
those wiFtno not live in the cities. Its
costs prafieatty oenthinug . [ "ai sp
plication for the service, and when the
application is based on the oonditionb
required. it is invariably granted. It
does not require political' pull to ob.
tLain it.-Na,sbville American.
We clip the above to show that this
service can be secured along the mail
routes without any trouble. Mr. Wat
son Fuller, assistant superintendent
oies of the Railway Mail Service and special
* agent for the Distribution. Dipatch and
l'ransportation of Mails, was in our
town a few days ago and gave us a
pleasant call, whom we foound to be a
pleasant and agreeable gentleman. He
told us that this service could be se
11- cured by our people living along the
Sroutes without the least trouble, if ap
plication wouit he made to the second
assistant P'Pon.tmaster General.
Mr Fuller also stated that the term
tearing of contracts for carrying the mails
would expire on June 30th, 1902.
cos, and that proposals would be received
urlittle by the second assistant Postmaster
General at Washington until I)ecem
s ?" ber 3rd. 190 1, for c;arrn ing the mails
from July 1st. 1902 to June 30th, 190)6.
and that a very itipwt taut thirg that
must not he forgotten is. that, the ap
plic:at must aet'ompanv his bid with a
t light, gilt-edge bond with two solvent securi
ties, otherw;se the hid swill not be no
wn the tired. Mrs. laylor, our postmistress,
will give all the information desired,
red In as to the routes in this parish.
Another ,,tod thing is that the oon
' feet." Iractor. under the new laws must live
ler t" "on or contiguous to" the route be
Ssaidholds the contract for. Mr. Fuller
i said that the words ',on or coin
tiguons to" meant that the con
tractor must live near enough to
superinteno l the work of the car
rier, if he does not do the work
hiniselt. This virtually does away
low, with bidders speculating on cotracts
and sub-letting thenm to irresponsible
ed his persons. A change in the law now
permits persons living along the routes
to put boxes or ain thiing that will hold
mail. in convenient places, for their
own use. and it is man e obligatnry Ion
the mail carrier to place all letters
vi, given him by the postmaster at their
ir, destination No charge can be made
Vn for such service.
Tot Causes Night Alarmr
°w, "One tight my brother's baby was
taken with Croup," writes Mrs. J. C.
aw' Snldder, of Crit tenPen Ky.. "it seemn
ed it would stlrangle before we could
get a doctor, so we gave it Dr. King's
ily New th)-cwverv, whichi gave quick re.
lief and permanently cured it. We
always keep it in the house 'to protect
our children from Croup avid Whoop
Lake tog Conch It cured me of a chronic
' on brouchial trouble that no other remedy
com- would relieve " Infallitle for Coughs, "
hone Colds, 'Throat atnd Lung troubles
50c and .1 00 Trial bottles free at
vites Guenard's drug store.
Mr. J G. Pittman, of the second
wank ward, letl with the sad mi-fortune of
breaking his right leg on 'l'uesday.
He was driving a spirited animal
to a light buggy on his way to
town, when it became frightened
e to attd Mr. I'ittwma fearing that be Ia
and might be killed in the run-a-way
)ave jumped out, with the result that
the his right leg was broken about two
Y. inches below the knee. As soon as
d tii possible he was brought to the real
'uld deuce of Mr. J N. Hill in towe and
itld )octors Bernard and Artaud did all
ugh that could be done for the suferlog
bot- man. Mr. Pittman has been very un
it a fortunate, having had his )eft leg
rth broken when a young man, and his
tile right leg broken a few years ago, and
aid. now again to have it broken, is surely
ady rough indeed. We hope the broken
and limb will mend rapidly and that be
ad will soon be able to be out attendlag
ter- to hie large planting iuterestes
tbe FINE BALER AND FINE BREAD
d's I espectfully notify the citizens of
Providence thlat I have secared the ser
vS ices of a first class baker, arid now
keep a flue quality of bread, cakes and
tV ctnfections alwais on hand.
Bread delivered to an" part ot town.
J. W. COOKE.
lei Mr. Geo. H Hallet, cotton buyer for
an The Waldauer Cotton Co., of Green
er- ville, arrived last Friday, and will pur
It chase cotton for this firm during the
of seagoa. Mr. Hallet has been in the
h cotton business for manty years aid the
Ve understanids every branchi of it. Mr.
an Waldauer, who i well known in our
Stown ca ne down from Greeville with
of Mr. Hallet, so as to make him
i, acquaiunted with ouir citizens.
Mr. J. S. Guenard has just received
a flue line ofjewelry--nothing shoddy,
bult the best grade, anid our citizens
should] see his line before sending off, tele
Slie has also the most complete line of
,e b,oks-ever brought to our tows, and
you can find auytyhiing you wAnt right
Sthere. T''he novelties and fancy articles I
, handled by him is as fue and complete Has a
as you can find anywhere. Patronise -that
rsuch enterprise. For
A large number of flue cedar polls and ne
. are being hauled through town, and you
we learn that it is the intention of the
*Cumberland Telepbone Company to points
build the line to Cariola, Ark., and g
speitly as possible. It Is also the iu- econo
f tenitin of the Company to extend the Mont
line around Old river. It will be Mail
found a great convenience to the peo- tion.
SCapt. Lee Ctmmins will start his
magntificent sidewheel steamer Dewey
in the Memphis and Vicksburg trade
again. The l)ewey will leave Mem
lphis o, her first trip next Saturday,
the 12th, and every Saturday there-NO
after. We wish them success.
purchase your winter un
derclothing until you see
our line. We have the
FINEST ever brought to [0
Bud Stein. who le a popular drum. than V
mer and sells lots of goods, has been We I
to town this week. Bud is talking O1
about quiting being single.
The cottou seed mills are trying to
dictate the price of feed. If cotton
seed iaoenly held back. snd the plant.
ere areietermined not to sell, then tLL(
the mills would soon bave to come to
A new remedy for ntiltouseess Is
now on sale at J. 8. Goeeard's drol
store. It is called Chbambeulaln' Two a
Stomach and Liver Tablets,. It gives moths c
quick relief and will prevent the s-. Two I
matt if given as soon as the first indi-. PRie4
essien ot+the diseea appears. Price,
26 e*it.' per box. 8saepkIc free at
J. $S. Gaelard's drug store. Pilher's
The three town g glsave o
(bume ing all the week. sad at v
°o ot TWO G.EAT SHOES
t this o
mail MEN and YOUT4' S.
ndent |WEAR is the most es
i and sential thing in shoes.
our STYLE is another im
be a portant feature which
He you must consider when
ap- COMFORT is the third
tcond important point which
ternm must be taken into con
1902. All of these qualities
daiter you get in the
cIe- RIGEUR, at i3~50,
1906. or the
"hat AMIO., at $3.00.
atn n We have them in the
cur- different leathers --- c a p
ress, and plain toe--single
ired, and double sole.
oonB. etter fix the names in
lire your mind. You will
think them good when
COtl you know the shoes.
con- EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED
car- YOUR MONEY BACK IF
Fork NOT SATISFIED.
de . .1
.M. THE OLD RELIABLE
• i- PHIL'S SALOON, o
uld HEADQUARTERS FOR
wFine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
> .iBILLI.AR.D c POOL P'AR.O-rO
dy Schlitz Milwaukee Bottle Beer and Christian .
.h' Moerlein Keg Beer always on hand. . .
at. "OLD FORESThR" A SPECIALTY.
Phil J. McGuire & Co., Proprietors. =
, ILL'SM MAT MARKET D
AN D ~
Ice Delivered free to any part of Town b
Patronage saohoited. OGuarantee promptness.
) Ca&ll us up over either 'PIhone.
THE JOS. L, FISCHER LUMBER CO',
LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA.
We are able to supply the trade in large and small bills of Lumber on
the shortest notice.
Tongueo and G-rove OCpre.s
.Pl-oorzg anmd Ceiling.
Tanks of any sise made to order at N. 0. prices.
Shingles, Shingle, Shingles.
sOffice in Hamley Block. Connected by Cumblerland and Home
telepenes. Send your orders to a home enterprise.
A Warner a Searles Suit
e Has a faculty that few others possess
e -that of pleasing both young and old.
For it addition to the stylish out
s and new fabrics so attractive to the
young men, there are the more solid
points of good work, good trimmings
and good cloth that make it true
economy to have one.
Money back if not suited.
Mail orders receive prompt atten
WARNER & SEARLES CO.,
u, tles, BStleks, B liles.
Nothing But Buggies.
EIherybody J1ut Rlide.
Have just received a CAR LOAD of
BUGGIES and HARNESS, cheaper
than Vou ever heard of.
We have got anything
you want to ride in.
J. W. PITTMAN.
PINl SWaET MILK 25C^ A!
MRS. t. J. POW-LL'S.
0 Ai . c
Two male Polan China pigs, two
months old. Price. $50 each
Two last spring Southdown rams.
Pries, s.O each.
GEG 8. OWEN,
Gosayppia Plantation. bi
Pileber's Poiwt. P. O., La. '
SWe do all kinds of job wor.
ad pa rasonable pricese
FINE DRESS GOODS
5, 10. 15 and 20ct counter where
many useful article can be found
worth double the money.
1 PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
We are on Lake street right across
from the corner of Sparrow street.
VICKSBUItG. - - MISS.
UNDER NEW MANGMREMMHT
H. A. BOND,
The entire Hotel has been cleaned
and re-furnished. The services of a
first class Steward has been secured
and the table will be kept up to the
I"Patronage solicited and satis
T. F. MONTGOMERY, P. H. LONG.
CIVIL ENGINEERS AND
Lake Providence, La.
Land lines and corners located and d ear.
anteed. Descriptions of Ilad and timber d
furnished. Levels and profiles for drainage.
Estimates for embankments. ditLblng.
bridge building and puh!ie Itnprovemnens a
of all kLinds. ewerageof towu a sped·alty. v
BRairoad and all .eas felahwori proamps
ny *zeetstn , 1n4t , "l towsl sad
map. of d. nter expeter
AM hMALAŽNTY i RED. A.ANATY
- DEALERS IN---
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
TrU n ll., T'aioes. Over hocsa.
IP"Everpthing in our store is new and first class, and we
solicit a liberal share of your patronage
THE GREAT BARGAIN HOUSE OF
Comrer Lake and Levee Streets--North Side.
- DEALER IN
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats and
LADIES' and:GENT'S Furnishings.
We also carrt a complete line of
of the latest styles and fads, and our prices are extrnmelp low.
IW-I respectfully ask a sbare of the public patronage, and guarauttee to
treat every one right.
F The Lake ProvidenceBank,
S THE LAKE PROVIDENCE BANK issues Bank Drafts or Money Orders
good anywhere in the United States. They are cheaper, and just as safe
as Post Office or Express Money Orders.
--- TIHE FOLLOWING RATES---
Not exceeding $ 5,00 .00e. $ 5.00 and not exceeding $2.5. 10
$25 and not, exceeding $60. 15e $60 and not exceeding $80, 20e
$80 and nobt exceeding $100, 25c. and on up at rate of 25e per $100.
If a Bank draft is lost or miscarried in the mails, you can et a duplicate
without delay. You do not have to fillout application. There are also
other advantages over P. O. or Express money orders. Give it a trial.
J. W. TOOKE, JR., Cashier.
? R. J. BURNEY. 'li
- Bernard Building, Lake Street, Lake Providence, La
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
and everything kept in a First Class Store
Everyythi~ia for I.aadiei.
"Rverythins for Gl-e-tlaem en,
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
$&-We are here to stay, and by fair and honest dealing, we hope to
build up a first class trade. Wesellcit your business, and will do our best
to please you. Give us a- ll.
THE GUENARD DRUG STOKE,
J S. tU ENARD, PROPRlnTOR
Itak,.e ~Street. ..a'l e Providenoe, L.
Dugd, fedicineg, GhemiealS, Batent fedieine.
S ~arries a fhll lire of Pantts, Oils, IVarrls1es,
Brhlsles, tpoliet Soaps, Perfhrrery, Books, Ri)e
Statiornery arld Glass.
Prescriptions Accurately Compounded.
Geo. W. McKee,
The Oldl Reliable aooery 'oue
Fine Whiskies, Wines and Cigars,
All ki~Ads fFLwaoy F'sirly 1dcef·esoie
Weinvite you to call and see our Stock of sained Goods. We csrry
a slargeline ofdifferentgrades of sugar and coffee. We buy for caseb
and secure the discount, therefore we can sell for a small profit.
Louisiana State Uni- ession opens Wednesday, Sep.
versit~y and AgricultuI teuber 18, and 4ontstius tirty-seven
ral and Mechaniceall . .
, Complete Literary and %oientifo
College, Brton RouJge, j.ne of study. Specil and grad
La. uate courses. Full Commeotial
THOMAS F. BOYD, A. M. LL. D. Course. Oldest and best 8ogar
PRESIDENT. Course in America.
Strong fauwlty, large library, well equipped laboratories, work-shop,
and experimett statiom. Lnstruction thorough, moderu, praotical,
tilting youig men bhr success in any calling.
Thirty buildings in moat beautiful grouns, .
Expenses lower thau at any other institudoo oferia equall advatsag. o
Wnrrite to the Secretary of the University for catalogue containig fIl
Drhy. Bernard & friaud,
PHYSI$IANS AND SUR$EOI&.
LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA.
B~th Telepones in cifmes and reui
Dr. Frink E. Artaud, Iate Surgtonl
lIljor U. S. A.. hau retunred and
tnrm*dI t p prtnersbip wiuB Dr. F. B.
All caltl will be aewere ;prowoptty,
day oz 'ai, by IOUMw o us,
We do all kinds
of Job Work.
Pr r t. Our uprice
are moderate. 9"s