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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT
LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA.
JAMES N. TURNER.
Publisher and Proprietor.
SUBSCRIPTION : 3200 PER YEAR.
Saturday, May 24, 1002.
Fifth District Levee Board.
Regular meltings second Wednesdays'
in January, April July. and October, at
Congress will be in session-anoth
er month before adjournment for
the summer. President Roosevelt
'as given it out that it will adjourn
on the 28th of June. lie is being
deluged with invitations to visit
cities and summer resorts.
The poll tax law should stand
just as it is. No man should have
the right of suffrage unless he pays
for it, while the money goes to.
wards maintaining the public stools.
By such a law the revenues bf our
public schools are very materially
helped and it is a poor man who will
not ay it. Let the law stand.
the Charleston Exposition
na was awarded twenty-six
gold m Is and diplomas, seventeen
silver me is ,and diplomas, and
twenty-three'bronze medals and di.
plomas. Besides these there were
awarded to Louisiana twenty-nine
diplomas of honorable mention and
one special premium.
A'bill has been introduced in the
legislature making it punishable by
fine and imprisonment for ""white
men to live with negro women."
This would be one of the best laws
ever enacted, and it should pass
without a dissenting voice.. The
member who has introduced the
bill should be applauded by every
citizen of the State.
In the past few weeks- there has
been a terrible destruction of human
."4e At P"y over
Iwere killed by a volcano eruption.
Year Pittsburg over 200 met their
death. In the cyclone that visited
Goliard, Texas. on Sunday, over
150 were killed; and in the mine
explosion near' Knoxville, Tenn.,
nearly 300 1met their death.
Sena o !Barrett has introduced a
bill to dwide the State into seven
evongr l onal districts: It is now
"d . six, and by the last
census our Stat. is entitled to one
more congressman. By the bill in.
troduced by Senator Barrett, the
Fifth-district will not be changed,
and the same parishes will consist
the district, as follows: Caldwell,
Gatalioula, Claiborne, Concordia,
East Carroll, Jackson, Lincoln,
4rehouse, Ouachita, Richland,
Teneas, Union and West Carroll.
The Farmerville Gazette says
"the fire insurance companies and
their agents are exerting themselves I
to get the State legislature to repeal
the Haggerty bill. The insurance
people would make as believe that
said bill militates against the public
rather than against the insurance
oompanies. Then why do they nott
let the people iork for its repeal?
The maxim that the ",hit dog
bowls" sbould apply in this case.
The insurance companies are doing
per Brothers, the big levee
tore, have been awarded the
r the erection of the road I
emphis,' Helena and
way, commencing t
Sof Tallulah, in I
ntinuing through '
have their largeout- t
few days throwing a
a like it i e in- ,
company <~1 rush v
entire line . pi'lly as
r has fr
trsot o htizag with
It has depon-u
eloe formation in ed t
each mon. oen, tha au sirmin
T We publish
applsred a few issi
Orleans City Item, the 1
lican paper of the State, givi.
credit to Mr. Ransdell, our worthy re
resentative in Congress, for his able
and successful defense of the rivera
and harbors bill from all attaoks
on the floor of the House. This ac
knowledgement, coming from a politi- 1
cal opponent, is but a faint echo of
what is felt throughout the Sta.ftS
be benefitted by the provisions .(thbe
rivers and harbors bill, as to tlhBef.i
ciency and working qualities of our
That Mr. Ransdell is a me~ er of
- the committee on rivers and h ors is
a sufficient guarantee to thoel 6f his
constituents who know him Out he is
r an active and working memiber; that
It no amount of work or.careful research
n for the facts and figures necessary to
g make hint master of his subject is too
it much for him to undertake, and it is no
surprise to us here at his home that he
was prepared to meet justsuch attacks I
d as were made on the bill:
Representative Ransdell is entitled
to our thanks for his able defense of
a the demands of the Mississippi river
. against the incomprehensible opposi
tion of Mr. Hepburn, of Iowa. Iowa
is on the Mississippi river, and Mr. [lep
r burn has shown himself a broad-guage
y man, in his treatment of the inter.
oceanic caeal project, and therefore
his attitude as to our river appropri
ation is the more remarkable. Our
people cannot understand the consist
ency of a statement who would expend
n one hundred andfifty millions upon a i
x water course outside of our nation and
n refuse to expend a few millions upon a
water course within our limits which
drains more States and reaches more
i- industries than we will ever reach by
e the canal in a hundred years. The:
Mississippi river is far more important
to the Uejted States than the Nicaragua
Scanal, and yet Mr. Hepburn asserted I
in the House that he hoped to see the
day when the Mississippi River Com
mission would be abolished, because
e -while we have been making this ex
Spenditure, all the time the commerce
of the streams (the Mississippi and Mis
souri) has been diminishing, and is
next to nothing." Mr. Hepburn de
Sclared that, with the exception of the t
jetties, "no man can show that there °
has been one iota of improvement in t
a the channel that is to be navigated of r
a that great stream." the Mississippi.
Mr. Ransdell, in a careful exposition
P of the facts, called Mr. Hepburn down. t
The chief engineer of the Mississippi n
River Commission says in his report t
for 1901 that "-on no bar between Cairo
and the head of the passes was there at
any time during the low-water season ti
of1900a channel depth of less than i
10 1-2 feeLt." Mr. Ransdell rightly a
- said of this highly important fact that o
r it shows a wonderful imprtovement
since the commission began work t
twenty years ago, when the shoal pla
ces had less than five feet and were im- ti
passable to steamboats. As for the t
volume of commerce on the river, Mr. it
Ransdell quoted from the reports of el
the supervising inspectors of steam st
vessels, proving that on the Mississip
pi river below Cairo to-day, there are hi
31 per cent. Wiore steam vessels in op. Is
I eration than in 1896, and 30 per cent s
more than in 1881.
Mr. Hepburn interrupted to ask if ri
this was an increase in numbers or in ie
tonnage, and Mr. Ransdell replied that
the increase was in tonnage, and that, st
furthermore, the tonnage of barges of
was not included. Statistics for the di
year ending May 31, 1899, show that T
189 steamers and1.635 barges plied on
the Mississippi between Cairo and New pc
Orleans, carrying in that year 471,128
tons. valued at $94,605,762, these fig- tb
ures excluding the coastwise and for- V
eign commerce of New Orleans. Ohio in
river boats are more numerous, finer vi
and faster than ever before, and many
of these also ply on the Misssissippi. d
Alluding :to the appropriation for ci
levees, Mr. Ransdell showed that the se
states are contributing nearly three th
times as much as Congress. The total ar
government expenditures have been di
$16,658,609. while- the amount expend
ed by States and land owners has been be
$37,643,705. For every $1 expended be
on the Mississippi levees by the gov- ea
ernment, Louisiana, Missisissippi and In
Arkansas have spent $2.25. These an
three States collect now an annual or
levee tax of $2,130,000. Mr. Sans- .
dell touched upon the vast extent and mi
interests of the government to improve by
a great national artery like the Missis. r
sippi, and the 30,000 square miles of pi
rich lands to be redeemed along the pe
lower river. In conclusion Mr. Rans- oil
dell said :
"I think that Congress pursued a wise
and just policy when, -many years ago, an
it began the improvement of this great ah
river. There is certainly no river so pr
national in its character and no pro- it
ject more important and far-reaching ea
than the improvements of such a river. a
I sincerely hope that the project will lot
never be abandoned until that whole es
valley has been protected, ana nutil foi
those couragous people who have done *
so much for themselves shall have been sh
placed in a position of perfect safety, ce
in such a position that immigration
will flow there from all parts (f thec
world, and that we shall speedily have tr
a population of from 16,000,000 to at
16,000,000 of thrivinRg, lirosperous citi
zens of these great United States,"
It Is rather singlar that Mr. Hepburn a
phoald resist all aid to the upbuilding or
of a home territory whose arable lands, alt
when protected, will be more exten- .*
aive than those of Cuba, and which are ob
capable of supporting a population ten
times greater than that of Cuba, while th
he is willing to grant to Cuba a rebate
from our treasury amotiang to b4ght 4o
sIons of dollarts annually. 'thesym- ma
pathy of the bdistinguished lowan finda ah
S truitfkl feld among the hybrids of th
ebabal t teaaoetextend to the greatf s
bome lih and to his brothers di. 1
reuly modsr his eye. Mr. Ransdell is c
mtld tao tLhe thanks of Louisiana for
bMaeluqsive reply to MlrlIepbuarn. :
e . ;~I'eIs* 'rseine, the ad.
*~ XS siJt~
a. n this the 16th
0 da of April. to the year of
our Lord, One Thoqrand Nine Hundred and
Two. before me, hlas, R. Egelly. a Notary
a PubIs fors"te parish of East Carroll. State
of. Loulsiana. duly commissioned and quali
46S lird n the presence of the witnesses
i baeet er named ands undersigned, per
soiially came and appeared the parties
whose names are hereunto subscribed. all
of full age, who declared that availiar
themselves of the provisions of the laws
e of this State relative to corporations, and
especially of Act No. 36 of 1888 of the Gen
eral Assembly of Louisiana, they have
r covenanted and agreed, and by these pres
ents, do covenant and agree and bind them
selves, as well as such other persons as
t may hereafter become associlted with
them, to form and constitute a corporation
is and body politic in law, for the purposes
and objects anei under the stipulations, arti
cles and conditions following, to-wit :
is ARTI.La I.
L The name and style of said corporation
b THE PROVIDENCE LAND COM
w and its domicile is hereby established In
i the City of Providence, parish of East Car
roll. State of Louisiana. and under Its said
a corporation shall have power and authority
;s to contract, sue and he sued; to make and
use a corporate seal, and the same to break
and alter at pleasure; to hold, receive, have,
d purchase, Improve, alienate, convey, sell.
A borrow, pledge, mortgage and hypothecate.
under its said corporate name. property
r real, personal and mixed; to name and ap
i. point such officers. directors, agents and
a managers or employees as the interest or
covenience of said corporation may re
quire: to make and establish by-laws, rules
e and regulations for the proper m4nage
r- nient and regulation of its affairs as may be
deemed necessary and proper, and the same
to alter and change at pleasure; and to do
- all other acts and things permitted by law,
r or as shall or may be necessary and proper
to carry on the objects and purposes of said
Sd aid corporation unless sooner dissolved,
a in accordance with its charter, shall exist
d and continue for the period of ninety-nine
a years from and after the datehereof.
h TaRTIGLc II.
This corporation is created for the
purpose of doing a Real Estate busi
y ness in buying, leasing and sell
e ing lands and houses in Louis
lana and elsewhere; also building houses
for lease or sale: cultivating agricultural
a lands and deteloping plantations and un
I improved lands; also whatever is usual and
e customary in the creation, management and
operation of a Land Company.
The capital stock of said corporation
shall bie One Hundred Thousand Dollars,
a divided into and represented by one thous
and shares of one hundred dollars each, of
which said stock ten per centrum shall be
a paid for in cash at the time of sub
scription and the remainder at such
e time or times as .may be desig
nated by the board of directors, or
theiame may be issued at not less than par
9 in payment or exchange .for property. or
f rights actually received or purchased by
said corporation, or the same may be issued
full paid foremoney advanced, and for such
other valuable considerations or services as
the board of directors of said corporation
may determine- provided, that no stock
shall be issued until the consideration
therefor has been received by the said cor
t Any stockholder may sell, assign or
transfer his stock in this corporation, pro
vided thirty t30) days prior notice of such
intention to sell, assign or transfer the
7 same be given to the company, and the
other stockholders thereof shall have the
first privilege of purchasing the same, after
which thirty days notice .the said stock
may be sold In open market.
The stock of said corporation may be
transferred, under tIt above conditions.
provided such transfer thereof be made on
the books of said company at its office in
the city of Providence. and on the surrend
er of the certificate tuereof.
No transfer of any fractional 'part of a
share shall be made.
Thebcorporation shall commence doing
business as soon as twenty thousand dol
lars of the, capital stock shall have been
subscribed for and ten per centum paid
The board of'directors shall have the
right to determine how much stock shall be
ARTICGL IV:, .
The corporate powers of ti~s company
shall be vested in and exercised by a board
of three directors, consisting of the Presi
dent, Vice President and Secretary and
Treasurer. Twoofsaid hoard shall consti
tute a quorum for the transaction of busi
ness, and their decisions shall be valid cor
porat e acts.
The following persons shall constitute
the first board of directors :
J. S. Millikin. President; J. E. Ransdell,
Vice President; E. J. Htamley, Secretary
During the absence of the president the
vice president shall act and preside. The
president. or in his absence, the vice presi
dent shall be the proper person upon whom
citation or other legal process shall be
Said board shall continue in office until
the first Monday in .July (1903) one thous
and nine hundred and three, on which
date and hereafter annually. a beard oi di
rectors shall be elected on the first Monday
in July of each year, unless the same should
be a legal holiday, when the election shall
be held on the next day thereafter.
Notice of said election shall be given to
each stockholder by the secretary, in writ
ing, at least ten days prior to each election;
and the board of directors shall appoint one
or more stockholders to preside at such
election as commisesIoners. In the event
of the failure of any commissioner or com
misstoners to attend. the president shall,
by appointment, tfll the vacancy. Any fail
ure by any cause whatever to elect
directors the day named for that
purpose shall not dissolve the cor
poration, but the directors then in
office, as well as the officers of said com
pany. shall hold over until their successors
In such event the president shall cause
another election to be held in 30 days, and
shall give notice thereof as herelibefore
At every election and meeting each
sto,kholder shall be entitibd to vote for
each share of stock registered in his nama
and mry vote by proxy.
The election of directors shall be by bal
lot and the majority in amount of votes c-st.
each share of stock voted upon to be counted
for one vote, shall elect the peron or per,.
sons for whom they were cast.
After each election the board of directors
shall elect from their own number the offi
cers of said company.
The board of directors shall have full
power to fill vacancies in their number
caused by death, resignation or otherwisi
from among the stockholders of the corpor
The said board-shall conduct all the busi
ness of this corporation, with full authority
to buy, sell, lease lands and houses, for cash
or on terms of credit, in Louislapa and
elsewhere, and to do whatsoever is neces
sary and customary in carrying put the
obJects of this corporation, sad it can dele
gate any of its powers to an agentoragents. ci
The said board is fBrther authorized to- -
frame asd adopt such by-laws, ruales and
regulationa as the affairs sad businees of
the corporation may reluiresjud as ft may
deem necessary for the eondncting and a,
management thereof, provded the same f,
shall not CPenfllet with4hla charter, or with *
the lawr c#be State or of the United States. d
The idM'board shall elect or appolnt a h
seeretaty and teers, and ad such other tj
ofiemm !a.rnta, employees, nsseant and t
aoadutft od ea bleas of the corpora -
te: Lx thehreosmpensaaoa, ais of ser
SE*, she right to dismlse at said C
_l . l asad esd beard shall have j
e B toIedl deiimal the te irte a
.Sem mitpruted e.
- Aa5,.~bafl. a
FO 25c, FOR.
JAS. S. MILLIKIN'S
flaminoth Bargain Store
Hwn RECE;IVED A 'COMPL~.Th .
. ,.STOCK OF
Brown's '-Star Shoes, Ladies' Extension Soul
Shoes, Ladies' 3-Strap Slippers, Childrens Blue
Ribbon Shbes, Children's Red Oxfords, Men's -$3.50
Brown's 5-Star-5's. .
NEW ROYAL\MACHINES. OLD HICKORY W1~~
BUGG/E(S. HARNESS, HAROWARE,."
A ,AY, CORN, OATS.
I cordially ihvite the public to come and exani
our Dry Goods Ladies' Fine Waists and Gent'&sFi~e
Goods. A full and complete line is now open ~id
ready for your nspection.
Yours to please,
- - JAS. S. MILLIKI'N.
THE RAILROAD HAS'NT COME YET, .
BIG LINE OF
I FURNITURE HAS.
See our line of Quarter-sawed
Oak Bed Room Suits, Brice
SaBrac, Chiffoniers, &c,
Everythng in this Line,
House Paints, Leads, Varnishes &c., &c, -
PNWIRE DOORS AND WINDOWS;
Y, & M, V. R. R. COMPANY.
Schedle of Passeoger Toais.
EFFECTIVE NOON, DECEMBER 8th, 1901.
-LEAVE- -Aarva- "
No. 26, New Orleans 10:25 p. m. Vicksborg, 6:45 a. a.
Vicksburg, - 7:30 a. m. Memphis, 4:30 p. a.
No. 6, New Orleans, 4:00 p. m. Vicksburg, 12:15 a. m,
Vicksburg, - 12:20 a.m. Memphis, 7:15 a. n.
No. 36, Vicksburg, 8 p. m. Greenville, 7:00 p. a "
No. 23, Memphis, - 8:30 a.m. Vicksbarg, 6:05 p. a.
Vicksburg, - 9;30 p.m. New Orleans, 6:00 a. m.
No. 5, Memphis, - 7:40 p.m. Vicksburg, 2:1-. m.
Vicksburg, - 2:25 a.m. * NewOrleans, 9:55 a. m.
No. 21, Vicksburg, - 8:00 a. m. NewOrleans, 5:26 -. .
No. 36, Greenville, 6:00 a.m. Vicksburg, 10:00. .
Bleeping Car service on 23 and 26 between New Orleans and Moaree. V
A.Q, PEARCE, .C, P, & T. A.,h ViYkhb, pa
L. F. MONTGOMERY. T. P. A., Jackson, Miss'
commissioners the survivors or survilor
shall continue to act,
No stockholder of this corporation shall
be liable or rempnslble for the contracts or
faults there any further sum than the
on balance due the company on the
sa stock subscribed for or owned by
him; nor shall any inormality in organisa
tiop have the effect of rendering this char
ter null or eposing a stockholder to any
liablilt beyond the unpaid balance of any
of his stock.
Thus done and passed at my ofice in tan
Ciltof Eroildence, East Carroll parish,
LdJsiana, on the day, month and year
herein aboi pl et written, ta the prD -
ence of J. W. Dunn aad E. B. Jobn
ston, competent ' witnesses of lawftul
age and residets of this eity,
w ho hereto sign their names. to
gether with said prties and me Notasy.
after due tý f e wLnoDlLe.
.8.l MILL IB.
Fought Por His Idb,
"My father and sister both died of
Consumption," writes J. T. Weather.
wax, of Wyandotte, Mob., *'oa - was
saved from the same frightful fati an
ly by Dr. King's New Discover. 'An
attack of Pneumonia let as oba9hiel
cough aid very seyere lnag timfbbr,
which an ezoellen% doetor could Iot
help, but a few mouth.? see of this
wonderful medtiite maide mema.watll
aaer and I gained much-e i weigt"a
lafalible for Coughs, Oalds-` al
Throat and Lmag troable. 1
ftee free. Guarateed bol 6 _tled
$1.00 at Guemard's drug ees,
I ha"e -sd,
oCho.era a kn
ISar^, and would
Ase swerp shaisk, ~
-gall on me Befoe PaohaiIng
W. B. THOMPSON.
W. B. Thomo
Cotton Factors & io Merbas,
NO. sDI PERDIDO STREIT,
New Orleans, j ". L Itsana,
THE SEER THATf MADE =IWA 3
never sets on Schlitz agencies. Civilized men do not live where
Schlitz beer is not standard. People now-demand a beer that is
healthful, and that demand calls for Soblits. Every barrel is
filtered-every bottle is sterilized. A beer thatis pare is healthful.
That is Schlitz.
Every First Class place handles . *~blitz.
ii I IIii II I
IS THE BEST
5ct Cigar made.
Guarantee to be of the best Tobacco.
More SAB(OROSO'S are sold than
any other Cigar. They are kept up to
the standard of excellence.
You can find these first class Cigars
only. at the stores of
GEO. W. McKEE,
and I. L. McKEE & Co.
. AND NOTIONS,
FINE DRESS GOODS
5, 10, 15 and 2Oct counter where
many useful article can be found
worth double the money.
We are on Lake street right acroes
from the corner of Sparrow street.
CITY 3, RER. 4Po,
W .H. Mana ............ Proprietor
at Popular Prices.
Agent for Memnphie steaua Lauadry,
-this An saddle sa= driving
STALLIO will askme -t , ae sea
1 at Grsppau PIsaattLea
Tenua, $1#S0 CAsaK, witashprid.
eo . ,
The.s heit a iastea sunsem Jav
m ar fet t days
eft i. Oef
* RITUE~*1 W
.sb Po III('
Queen & Crscoot
The Best Line
-IN TRE-.--- .
rTo rth ai:d. mast.
The Summer Toiebt's favorite
line via Lookout Mountain.
GEO.H. SMITIIG.j A.,
-lew Orla, La.
.. v: 4DEBSOaN. A..~. P. A.,
Ne Orl eIas, le
R. W. BONDS. T. P. A..
Lake Frovidenee 4I
Keeps on ad a g-ep t of
meutal MetallieoaCeaaud Woobd
Co"Mas M3ae rd 'Tamed to OrdqI
sI. Axa .a*. R.t. OfIC
-... ui .a s.a .~.
~ G~o Us
w-as~lter a 9s*pea
some pness. nee , point when
they se Mat. 66-i deodgp that pdint per.
iftte.aItly W.:Me w h 0(lthe poiots aad
g + ti ce". MAlety of siads.
tP3k Qti ; sti.. ao,. opsiiy ,a eo , of v
- lfyWyShjrd oeyf the oFanoo
eibe 's. er U wondse ao ner
siL, a civil aar vetean, of
S aIed, wrlie or rise.
aet o an oe wanLr ve an, of
g time oin spite of good
- ete.*entl, but was whplly
Dr. tKing's Now Life Pills,
cl worked wonders for her
lhb" They always do. Try thead .
sOai 265 ait 8. Guemird'sdrog store.
A IBWrBMAI OFE iR.
The undersigned will give a free
sample of Chbamlierlaln's Stomach, autw
Mveer Tablets to any ore w ating a
reliable re nedy for disorders of the
ttonieb, -iliotsne e or -coontlpatlon.
:tie a new rean dyo and -bo iod one.
J. S Geianrd's trggist.
We *6er =Get Tired
of talking up Rgers, Peet & Co's.
EaCl cepis we tohia k t.hey areper
eeoot. Yetls soeedting yedr
hadwi -Ip n a higher lrm.
This , Is In e.. t.. n, ,,ew
styles ant tw fabrcl s all gotten il
ln.cbh a 'way as to make the "nia e
to order" man wonder how it is done.
Menl suklth oot suited.
Mail [orders.'rseaave tprompt anlen
WlWA EUt & SEARLES CO.,
DIR. J. E. BROWN,
Physiohan and, Surgeon,
-Lake Provenoe., LA.
All calls to any part of thebs parish
answered promptly-day orhight.
8o0* tet utp stae. o dthe Providenee
STATE TAX SALES
By virtue -of the autority- vested in me
by tbe Constitutiontand laws of the State
of Louisiana, I will sell at the principal
f1o9 door of thre Uourt Honrd in which the
Civ l Distrfet Court of said parish is held,
within the legal hours for tudicial sales,
beginning at 11 o'clock A. n., on
Siturday JOn 7,1902.
and continuing ea each dn~oceeding day
until said sales awecompleted, all Immova.
hie Property oo Wheh taxes are opw due
to the State of Louisina, the tParish of
l1ast Carrell and the P9th1 District Levee
Board toenfores collectfon of taxes assessed
in the year ot., together with the interest
thereon from the 81st day of December,
1901. at the rate of two per cent per smoonth
until paid and all costs. -
ThE names of said deliauent tax-payerer
the amount due by each on the easesomeat
of said year, and the immovable propert
seed to each to be ostered tr sale a.
tf of w t to-wit :ýt
IIIR. M4 oGs WrYsu.
Tnd lota 1. 2, 2 .et4La b of .
towne of Provid ence, .a..
; sl . MA obm ErN. Br eoure -
and lot 4 block 4, towsik theltano-,
ITaxes 1901. "19 4.
.A. -W.MRawadm .WIit ,
8o0-10 seres. oBeing oa I ct e, a
e OEP, w , rs of ne , a , a o a,
ofa of s saite t nd a ) of ab
)~ij~l~ A~U~.tll Dnr6hip l. rotth
rtag. It. east, oootlanl g889 " ,0100
acres sats or lai.
RoNo Au COLa Wspr 'raCt. For
ty so. beingaineinivided hbhf Ie
toerdt n ~jsp*f a -w4 s.4. 14Q, raonte
TazsxW 190Z. P$.eM
out. 160 rais. Beogl lout$ an*fil
the Poiat Lookout plautelo, Mesal@t
owned by 0. II. hberry.
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