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...r da RRates.
The +e e Crescent ,Route, f
on aceut otf HOLIDAYS, has
authotized lbw rate of one and
one-third- r6te round trip
trom ant io ta ou its line;
also to all b hPthe Potomac
and Ohio t f the Mississippi
rivers, sel ets December 23,
24, 25, 30 1902 and January
1, 1902, w it, f- January 3,
The an service in effect over
the Queen & .reseent Route, afford
ing quick thi, and trains of the
most approved modern pattern, com
posed.of Pullman's latest design of
sleeping cars, parlor cars, and din
ing cars, gives the public an oppor
turnity to the public an opportunity
ty make its Holiday trip in a degree
of comfort never before realized.
Two daily trains in each direction.
Write or call on any Agent of the
System to obtain full and complete I
information in reference to rates and i
J. Sanell wanted to attend a party,
as .itid to do so on account of
in omaeb, which he feared
ld groe orse- He says, "I was
g my ubles to a lady friend,
ho said: amberlain's Colic, Chel
a and rhoea Remedy will put
you in good condition for the party.,
I bought a bottle and take pleasure in
stating tt two doses cured me and
enabledais to have a good time at the
- party" Mr. Snell is a residlent of
Sumntrer lill, N. Y. This remedy is
for sale by J. S. Guenard's druggist.
The Texas and Pacific Railway
General Passenger Department, Dal
las, Texas, Nov. 25, 1902.
The territory to which excursion
tickets for the Holidays will bhe sold
has been ronsiderably widened : In
addition to the usual snRe of tickets
to points in the South-Eastern States,
the T. & P. R'y Company will also
sell round trip tickets to principal
points in Mexico, Colorado, Arkan
ass, Missouri, Kansas Iowa, Illin
ois, Nebraska, North and South Da
Lota, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
The .rate will be one first class fare
plus $2.00 for the round trip and
tickets may be purchased December
1.S3th, 17th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd and
26tht ; good to return within thirty
fdavs rom date of sale.
:,Further information regarding
.l'rates, through service, sleepers, free
heats in chair cars, etc., may be had
f rom any Railroad Ticket Agent, or
through correspondence with H. P.
Hughes, Traveling Passenger Agent,
Ft. Worth, Texas, or E. P. Turner,
G. P. & T. A., T. & P. R'y Co.,
2, Dallas, Texas.
'ldnet or Estimate of Expases of the
Parish of East Carroll for the
l: ilelardT~rear 1g
.makW the bedget or estimate of pariah
sexi str the calendar year 1915.
S = ed by the Police Jury of the
SCrroll, Louisiana. 'That the
baudget or estimate of parish ex
. f+lif th eealendar year 1908, be anid
i, a.ted to-wit:
-:W)H.K1 4LY EXL'ENSES.
4 I o comsc lsmnuaasons .......... 5 6. 00
e dfpti ary .... ........... 50) (0
i'eIetasstmd jtrors claims and oth
er trrhal expenses .......... 1750 00
8 eai flttjstices hf the peace and
.. ,. te.. . . ....... ....... ... 525 00
S b.im-d mileage of police ju
Pata ...... .00 00
Pa~ri .....r..... ........ . . o .. n
Sviastgi LprLmsS fePend the parish.
Saemrleg -sln to. asylyUtm and
herflt'a satSeddaSm m court...... 20 00
sumppdrt and uuiat ipiupers...... 100 00
Levees, roadi and bridges, hi addt
tioii peacblte tax and vehlete
licetee .... :................... 1000 00
Parish phyloaea ................75 00
Healtb ofleer ............... 120 00
Soroier's ftees for inquests and
viewlag bodies............... 12i 00'
Clerk of distreict court .... .. ..... 400 00
District attorney ............ . 200 00
Sheriff for mal ntenaece ofprisoere
in Jail .... .......:.... ..... 1200 00
Fuel lights, haulng and manttean
ance and dlpalrs of public build
ings and tor Jaantor . . 444 00
Office supplies, stationery and fur
aniture ..... .. ............. t00 0
Supplies for .Jall and for prisonera . 21p (o
Telephone lkx rert for courti iouae 3 is
Per diem and mlleage of jury coia
mialoners and witneases ...... 0tx)
Contingent expenses ............. 500 ,
'sayuments on T'ensas bridge falling
due In 1908........................ 1210 00
Total ordinary expenses ......$11104 00o
COURT HOUSR BOND IN
Prineipal of five handa and inter
eato onded debt due on .In- 0
Total .......................... . 13,054 On
/ State ol Louisiana.
Parish of East Carroll.
1., 8. Wyty, secretary of the PotPc
Jlury f the parish of East Carroll. do here
by certity that the above and foregoing ,s a
true and correct copy of the ortiuance of
tile Police Jury making a budget or esti
. ate 01parish expenses for the caleandar
" earlt59 . adepted at the meeting of the
Police Jury held on November 12. 1932.
Given under my hand on tbhi the 13th
•..dy of Nlovember, 190l.
C. 8. wYTI.Y, Secretary.
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The PriGe of Heroes.
I " na3 soldiers in the last war wrote
i to eay that fo\ Scratches Bruises Cots.
Waunds, Corns. Sore feet and StiTff
a.-. s. Bucklen'sa Arnici Salvtre is the
Dbestiaibe world. Same for Burns,
Sepidp. polls. Ulaers, Skin Eruptions
a+ td 'Iles. It cures or no pay. Only
.t i #t the Gueuar4 drmg store.
Railroad will inaugurate November
2, 1902, a
NEW LINE FROM CHICAGO TO
AND ST. PAUL
via Rockford, Freeport, Dubuque,
Watarloo and Albert Lee, over which -
FINE eASSENGER SERVICE
will be maintained, consisting of a
fast vestibule night train, the "'LinL
ited," handsomely equnipped with
Through Sleeping Cars,
Through Buffet-Library Car,
Through Reclining Chair Car.
Dining Car Servince En Route.
This line will be convenient for
patrons from the south, as it connects
in same station at Chicago with trains
of the Illinois Central from the south.
A special descriptive folder of this
new service as well as full particulars
concerning the above can can be had
of agents of the Y. & M. V. R. R.
and connecting lines.
A. H. HANSON,
General Passenger Agent, Chicago.
I have a new supply of very pretty
Mexican drnwn work, and any one
wishing to purchase any of it I will
be pleased to show it to them.
MRS. J. W. TOOKE, JR.
McKee Plantation in West Carroll.
It is one of the best plantations in
West Carroll parish; 3 miles west of
Floyd, contaiuing 280 acres. 140 acres
in ciulivati ,n. balance in woodland,
has 6 good cabins, fine drinking water
well fenced and drained. This prop;
erty can he purchased at a bargain.
For terms, write or apply to
J. S MILILIKIN.
Lake Providence, La.
Queen. & Crescent
The Best Line
1NTorth anet EDast.
The Summer Tourist's favorite
line via Lookout Mountain.
GEO. H. SMITH,G. P. A.,
New Orleans, La.
R. J. ANDERSON. A. G. P. A.
New Orleans. La.
It V. BONI)S. T. P. A.
SLake Provideuce - - La
Keeps ou hand a large assortment of
,Biabl ,askles, New, Plain anl Orna
mental Metallic Cass and Woodaen
Cofies YMade sad Trimmed to Ordel
) arnlt 18.-S-lbv
Sitmphis ahd Viocsburg
I Por take Provideneg,; Greevrlle,
.4Arrnsas City, 4tena,
Sant All Wy iaiedigs,
StrIJ r DELTA,
SW. owsird. ...........4utaster
F. J. DarrP< ,. ........ .:....Clerk
,eaaves Memphis every
Wednesday ar6p. Im.
Leaves Vicksburg every Saturday
at 12 in.
SYancax BELL, ED. OWALND, Jr.,
Agent. G. F. & P. A.,
e ijMke Providence. Memdibis.
SThis fine saddle ard driving
STALLION will sake the season
1908 at Gossyppia Plantation.
Terms, $10.00 CASH, with privil.
. Those from a distance esan leve
t, heir aiares for ten dapys.
f 00o. 8. OWRI,
*Gosyppla Plantation, hunab's 3ent.
Lake and Levee Sts.,
Lake Providence, La.
GENTS' - FURNISHING- GOODS.
The Finest Line of Clothing Car.
Sried in the City. i
Ladies' Dress Goods,
Hats, Caps, Boots and
and Hunting CoatA
Trunks, Valises and HandBags.
CANNOT BE SURPASSED.
Call on me Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
THE JOS, L,. FISCHER LUMBER CO,, k
LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA.
We are able to supply the trade in large and small bills of Lumber en
the shortest notice.
Tongue and Grxoove Cypress
Flooring and Ceiling
Tanks of Any Size Made to Order at N. 0. Prices.
Shingles, Shingles, Shingles.
s3 Offie in Hamley Block. Conneoted by Cumberland sad Home Toel.
SEND YOUR ORDERS TO A HOME ENTERPRISE.
Y, & M, V. R, R. COMPANY.,
Schedule of Passenger Trains.
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE NOON, NOVEMBER 9th, 190t.
No. 6.-Fast Mail for Memphis. 11.10 p. in.
No. 26.-Local Mail for Memphis. 7;30 a in.
No. 36.-Greenville Accommodation, 3:15 p. m.
No. 5 -Fast Mail from Memphis., '2:35 a. m.
No 23-Lpcal Mail from Memphis, 6.05 p. m.
No. 35-Greenville Accommodation. 10:25 a. m.
No. 5-Fast Mail for New Orleans. 2:45 a. m.
No. 21-Local Mail for New Orleans, 8:00 a. m.
No. 23-Night Express for New Orleans, 9:40 p. m.
No. 5-Fast Mail from New Orleans, 11:05 p. m.
No. 22-Local Mail from New Orleans, 4:50 p m.
No. 26-Night Express from New Orltans, 6:30 a. m.
Trains 5 and 6 carry Pullman sleepers between New Orleans and Memphis;
trains 23 eand 26 between New Orleans, Vichsburg and Monroe. Trains 23
and 26 carry Parlor Cars between Vicksburg and Memphis, and 21 and 22
between Vicksburp and New Orleans Sleeping car reservations and other
Information at City T'icket Ofice. 311 Crawford street, Vicksburg. Miss
W. B. THOMPSON. P. L. MoOX.
W. B. Thompson & Co.,
SCotton Factors & Commission Merchants
NO. 808 PERDIDO STREET,
New Orleans, : Loulsiana.
E _ .. . I i a III I u I I I
e7J Your appetite is "
you have headaches, tongue is coated, bad brebd bo0wels coin
stipated, bad taste in the month? If
not all of these symptoms,
then some of them ? It's
i Uvegetable remedy, ,
Spoisos It will corret
maye our health,
WEI~) AL KINDS OF
WORK AT kEASONABLE RAITES
SAN GALANTL. - Df GALANTL.
S. Galanty & Bo.,
Dry Coods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
GIENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, TRUNIKS,
VALISES AND OVER SIOES.
Everything in our Store is New and First-Class and we
solicit a liberal share of your patronage.
The Great Bargain House of
Corner Lake and Levee Streets, North*Sidq
DRY G00DS, NOTIONS,. SRO8 ,BATS AND
LAIES' AND GENT'S NIRISfIGS.
We also carry a complete line of
SFINE MILLINERY, eE
Of the Latest Styles and Fads, and our iBrboes are Ex
l tremely 4Lw.
I respectfully adk s dhare of the publio pattonage and guarantee to
treat every one right.
l. s. Buxxrne'X2,
Bernard Building, Lake Street, LAKE PEOVIDENOE, LA.
S --Dealer in
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
a And Berthing Kept in a First-Class Stem.
Everything for Ladies,
Everything toN G- utnilemen.
A Full Line of Groceries.
We are here to stay, and by Fair and Honest Dealing, we hope to ballt
up a First-Class Trade. We solicit your business and will do uar best to
please you. Give us a gall.
Geo. W. Mcge,
The Old Reliable O rooinr Ho ,usei ,
Fine Whiskies, Wines and i- t
ll 'kinds of
Fancy Family Groceries.
** invIe you to bill and see our Stock of Casued Geods. We `t7
targe line of different g-des of SuBgr and CoUee. We br 'fd'r ui oa ii
secure the discount, therefore we oan sell for a uuili prolt.
Yancey Bell, .
Receiving 'n Forward~ng
... L.AK PROVIDB,3V0 . ,s
iagentfb- Ur e Oei ' * : r;++ "
SJAMES & GRAHAM WA
I Save You Freight by BEayihg These Wagons from Xa
Haihest Price Paid for Cottbh Seed.
Sw. W BSMITH, President. I. . HELL, 9iea-Presdea,
THE LAKE PROVIDENCE BANK,
LAKE PROVIDE'NOE. lA.
CKPI'?AL STOcr rs3o5,OO.O h
Deposits Received from ..000 "ip.
bib eletir IuIrs. En, ErAscmessed@ Csn MO sbtiatL
-++ bject to , -s_ antSb, .ua .age rlo.n
- and r ans.a ts aJ+ + ra l Danking S+r u-ees.
$A . and lses- at 4 P.U i