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F. J. LUNDY. Cashier Ocean Springs Branch.
J. W. STEWART. Cashier Moss Point Praucb.
Transacts a general banking business,. Safety deposit boxes for rent,
tanging in price from $4 to 47 year. Free to patone. Interest paid on
time deposits in our savingSxdepartment.
Capital Paid In $50,000.00.
Surplus and Net Undivided Profits $19,000.00.
DIRECTORS: 3- W. Stewart, Ed
W. Mead, V. J. Lund, P. K. Mayers,
Mings wood &6oai Yard
C nn d All I Wc bave JUKl Ie,Jivc', a bis lot of char"
Ixflfl III Ifl I coal lor the retail trade. Let US supply
VI II HVWVI y0 Jtemeiuber, we ielivei free.
We will Cut Your Wood 1
Parties havipp; wood of their own which they want eut in stove
wood Ipngth can bave same nut at our yardi at the following prices:
Pine, 50 cents per cord; Oak, 75 cents per cord.
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A Nice, New Line jiitt received.
Call aii inspect.
A Suitable
Make noma absent friend a
Years prrsent of a years
Buy your Harness and vehicles
of every description fro:n the
Tluiy handle the Lariiot StotU in tho South.
Write them for pictures and prices.
Long distance lines and telephones of
this Company enable you to talk almost
anywhere in Southern Indiana, Southern
Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi
and Louisiana. We can put you In quick
and satisfactory communication with the
people of this great section of the country.
We solicit your patronage. Rates reason
able. Equipments and facilities unsurpassed.
President ft Uen'l Mtutc.r
Harble Works Co.
On account of cl.ansje of iiiatitigcniciit lids firm will sell KIO'OOO.OO
worth of headstones and monuments al hall usu.il price. Send for Mast
prints of what yon want. We will ijuaranlec workmanship second to none
AH prices mean tombstone lettered and deliveied P. O. B. at your sta
tion. This is a cbauoa that happens only once in a lifetime.
Rnval and St. Anthony Streets, E. E. BEAUGEZ,
MOBILE, AuA. Local Agent.
Jreeb 3er6cg gutter, flMlft, Cream,
Cream Cbccsc, JButtcrmilR, Etc.
Everything Refrigerated and Pcr-n,.-tlly Caied For ly the man.iger.
F- M. Die, MJnair.
and retail dealer in
Fish and Oysters,
'ibe, Shrimp. Ele.
Asjhttaut. ."
IN 183.
Mitchell, O. Randall, H S. Ruurlte,
The Latest Styles
in 5hapes and
Zhos. IT. IRee,
pays the bill.
Be'7 Ass't (len'l Mgr.
Local Manager.
We promptly obtain 0. 8. and Foretgn
8t nd nutlet. skrteh or pLoto ol am.w lor
freereport on rteiitt5lltT. FVr fire jot.
L. & N. Time Table.
north bound;
Mo. 2 , ...ttfljep. m.
" 4 i.irai
' 0. fOilS-a. m.
" 10. Local coast train 7:10 p. m
" 14. Suuday excursion. ...11:00 a. m.
9, ". ..10:34 p. to.
No. 1...
8. .
" 6. . .
. .5:47 p. m.
.4.87 a. m.
. .8:00 p. m.
..5:45 a. m.
. .4:45 p. m.
..9:03 a. m.
' 9.
" 15.
" 97
Local coast train. .
Sunday excursion.
Don't stop
F. M. WEED, Agent.
We are aulhorlxed lo announce
us h candidate for marshal and tax col
lector of the town of Ocean Bprtugs al
the coming special election.
local flews Items,
Oalvin Dees was in town Monday.
E. A. Clark was si Scranlon Thurs
day. I. G Lewis srrived this week from
Mrs. Frank Marque, visited New Or
leans this week.
Eyes tested and glasses fitted by D,
Waits, at Vahle House.
Onus. Drvden spent a few days in
New Orleans this week.
For latest sheet music call on or
write Post & Son, Biloxi.
Don't forget Sunshine Hawks at Fire
men's Hall Monday, March 21st.
All klnls of job printing done al TnE
PuoOKEBB office Don't forget that.
MissCorinne McClure returned last
week from a visit lo friends in Mobile.
Several thousand grape vines for sale
cliHiip. Apnly to Uechtel's Pecan Nur
D. Walls, watch maker and jeweler.
has located at the Vahle House, Work
Miss Annie Sue Murphy, of Biloxi,
was in Ociun Springs yesterday enroute
lo Vancleave
Mr. and Mrs ,T. A. Willy. Mrs. Bil
llnirs unci son, Arthur, visited Uulfporl
Thursday morning.
Kerosene oil for sale nt Mrs. Horlon's
grocery by Ihe little Bortofl Bros. Tele
phone 59. They'll cull for Ihe can.
Pal Woodman, marshal of Scranlon,
was in town yesterday enroule to his
old home at Vancleave for a few days
E. T. Firth returned lo his home al
Fort Recovery last Saturday night, af
ler a stay of llnee weeks lu re wall Dr.
V. C. West.
Mark Coffin and wife, who luive been
spi ndiug Ihe winter with Miss Ellis
Ames at Woodlawn, returned to Kansas
City Tuesday.
J. 1). Minor went to Jackson Tuesday
).Z-. ,.ou.n;ssiuW-
Col. and Mrs. Newcomb Clnrk spent
lastJlnuday al Oullport, the gucsis ol
northern friends who lie al the tinat
Southern Hotel.
Miss ,1, C. Fullem announces that she
will open f r business in her new storf
between the 15th and 20th, with a full
new stock of goods.
Mrs. T. H. Honor and Miss Maria
He nor are over from New Orleans to
spend a couple of weeks here with
their old friends and neighbors.
Among those who attended ihe coun
IJ lax sale at Scranlon Monday were .1.
I). Minor, Dr. O. L. Bailey, H. F. Rus
sell, Theo. Bt-clilc-l and Col. Win. R.
Mrs. H. H. Beeman entertained the
Afternoon buchre Club at the home of
Mrs. F. M. Weed. Friday. March 4th.
Yesterday the club was entertained bv
Mis. M. L, Holcomb.
Mr. and Mrs. Shoemaker and son, of
l.os Angeles, Calif., spent Sunday here,
Ihe guests of Miss Elina Ames at Wood
lawn. They were accompanied by Mrs.
Wm. Seymour, of New Or'eans.
Shakespeard's immortal play, "Ilomeo
and Juliet," will be produced al Du
kale's Theatre next munday night by a
company of high class actors. No
doubt many from he:e will attend.
Grace E. Bullas, Osteopathic physi
cian. graduate under A. T. Still. Found
er of Science, will be at Mrs. J. E.
Ball's every Monday and Thursday
from 12 to 3 p. m. Call and see her.
The death of Judge Grayson Witt
necessitate the calling of a special elect
Hon for Justice of the Peace. Mr.
lirayson entered in a term of four years
ihe 1st of January, so there are thrre
years and nine months of the term yel
lobe served. tVe have as yet heard of
no probable candidates.
The Progress received a pleasant csll
on Thursday from Messrs. Henry H
Briuham, of Chicago, and Geo. H Brig
ham. of St. Louis, who are sojourning
fora while al Biloxi. The gentlemen
came over lo spend the dav in Ocean
Springs in Ihe hope of meeting old
friends from Sharon. Wis., where they
formerly resided. Unfonuuaielv there
are no Sharon peopl? here this year
although quite a delegation from that
lown sieiit last winter here.
r. J l.undv Co. are preparing to
build a large addition to their present
svore building and put in an up-lo-daie
c a-s front. The addition will be
iwent by sixty fen, gtsiaf this firai
frontage of sixty feet on Washington
Ave. Work will begin in a few days,
ihe Coutraci having been let lo Geo. L
Friar of this on y. Mr Lundy will also
build a fine cement walk alone the en-
lire front of his property. Thil work
will also be done al once and to thai end
ihe grel oak tree immediately in front
of the store was taken down this week
Let '.he good work go on.
When you lake Grove Tasteless
Chill Tome rx-cnuse ihe formula is
platnlr printed on e very hot lie shoa
ing that il is imply fr-wi and Quiniu-
iii tasteless form. No cure, no pae
Taeoai W. Qnym.
Diid, op Mareh 4th, WXM. at 9M P
.. Thorn as W. Grayson, aged 78 yean.
The funeral occurred Sunday. March
8th from his late residence, at 11:80 a.
m., conducted by Rev. J. u. ualtoway
of the Methodist church and the aia
onie fraternity. Interment in EVcr
green cemetery.
Thomas W. Grayson was born near
Waynesboro, Wayne county, Miss., July
18. 1826. There he spent his boyhood
days. He was married Deo. 10. 1847. lo
Miss Ann Hvde who survives him, At
the breaking out of the war he Joined
the Confederate army, with the rank of
lieutenant and served with honor and
distinction until ihe close of hostilities,
comine out with the rank of Major, In
1866 he moved with his family lo Shu
0uH..,reaBCaW.- -
tile business for several years, in 187ZT
moved to Ocean Springs where he re
sided two years and then went to Stone
wall, in Harrison county, where he en
eaaed In the mercantile business for
seven years. Reluming tbeu lo Ocean
Springs he located permanently and re
sided here continuously until his death
He always took an active and leading
part in politics and during his life held
many positions of honor and trust. H
served the county of iJasper for four
teen years as Clerk of the Circuit and
Chancery courts; was mayor of Ocean
Springs and also held the office of Jus
tice of the Peace at the time of Ins
Major Grayson also took an active
interest in Masonry, which order he
joined over flfiy years ago. He was
leading member of the Coast Command-
ery of Knight Templars; was an honor
ary member of the Grand Lodge of
Mississippi and also a grand officer in
the Grand Chapter. The large attend
ance of Masons at the funeral Sunday
testified louder than words the high
regard in which he was held in Masonic
circles. Besides members of the local
lodge many came from Biloxi; the
Knight Templars turning out in full
regalia. The Masonic services were
conducted by Past Grand Master, Harry
,T. Howard, of Bilcxi.
He was an active and leading member
of the Methodist church which he join
ed many years ago.
The funeral was one of the largest
and most imposing ever held in Ocean
Spring! and was indeed a tilling lesti
monial of the esteem in which our de
parted citizen was held in Ihe com
Deceased leaves a wwe and seven
children, besides many grand children
and other close relatives lo mourn his
demise. The children are Mrs, l
Sandoz, Mobile; Mrs. W. L. Owen
VVoidworlh, La.; Mrs. J. C Oriell, this
city; Mrs. C. II. Lang. Miss Ella Oray
sou and Messrs. W. G. and Geo, W
GraJton, all of Biloxi.
Ihe whole community mourns Ihe
loss of lilts venerable aud venerated
cm.en, and joins The Progress III
lending to ( lie afflicted lamily sinceri
sympathy and condolence in their hour
of sorrow.
Removing one of i he great oak trc
thai line Washington avei.ue is no very
.Mintk. . Il look three men live
irec in ironi oi r. a. uimuj
store. The coniracior received ili an
the wood, winch amounted to seven
cords, for doing the job.
Postmaster Keys is preparing to in
stall a number of new combination lock
boxes lo accommodate the increasing
business of the local office. The order
is already in and he expects to have the
boxes in place before the end of th
present mouth. The new boxes will be
exactly like those uow iu usj.
Speaking of ' Sunshine" Hawks who
lectures here on March 21si under the
auspices of the Southern Lyceum Bu
reau the Kansas Cily Times says: "A.
W. Hawks leclured last evening al th
Academy or Music under the auspices
of the Y. M. C. A., Ihe lecture being
Ihe tiflh ot ihe Star course. "Sun
shin" and Shadow'' was lh doctor's
topic aud in its delivery he blended
pathos, mirth, common sense and phi I
osophv in a masterly manner, and earn
ed the appreciation of a very large
audienoe. "
We publish this week the charter of
incorporation of Van Cleave Bros. Mer
cantile Co. which concern hasjusi been
formed into a stock company, with the
intention of enlarging I heir business.
The incorporators are W. 8. Vau
Cleave, J. P. Van Cleave, B. F. Parkin
son aud Robert Parkinson, aud Ihe
company is capitalized at $15, MX).
Messrs. W. 8. and J, P. Van Cleave are
are well known here, where they were
born and raised. Both are endowed
with splendid business ability and have
built up a splendid mercantile trade.
The Parkinsons are new men, hailing
from New Orleans, where they are now
engaged in business. They are highly
spoken of as business men and citizens
and will undoubtedly be popular witli
our people. We understand that the
new company will immediately enlarge
their slock and occupy both floors of
the present large store building. There
will be no material chang.1 in the per
sonnel of the store at present. It will
be some time, we understand, before
the 1'arkiuson brothers will be able lo
wind up their affairs in New Orleans,
meanwhile the Van Cleave brothers
will continue to manage the business.
The Van Cleave Bros. Mercantile Co.
has our best wishes for continued suc
cess. It Savko His Leo.
P. A. He. forth of LaGrange, Oa., suf
fered for six months with a frightful
running sore on his leg; bin writes thai
Buckteu's Arnica Salve wholly cured il
in five davs. For lTlcers, Wound-..
Piles, it's ihe best salve in ihe world.
Cure Guaranteed. Only 25 ell Sold
by Ocean Springs Drug Store.
New Spring Goods,
Now on display, an up to date assort
ment of suitings and waistinn. i
those who cannot ca'l we will mm! gam
pies on request. y
T P. Dci ion A. Co . Biloai.
Chills nd Fever is a boille of Grove's
Taoteleas Chill Tonic. It is timpK
iron sod quinine w titleless form. No
cure n" psy. Trice
iWi ''ii'WJurt.,,
ThU well-known company ve lu
list performance of "Rjineoau.l Juliet"
Sept. 14, 1909. in Michigan, and haa
beeii playing continuously ever alnoe
without any lay-off. summer or winter.
It is much the longest lour ever made
by any traveling company playing one
of Shakespeare's plays exclusively and
It has been phenomenally successful
both artistically and financially prov-
iug conclusively that the public does
want aud will support legitimate plays
it properly advertised and presented
During the above period of lime this
now famous production has covered the
following territory: Michigan, Wis-
..mum 1,1,1. Ilia ftn.. KHI1LUCKV
Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi. Geor
s .... ., . -,,.,.
gia. Floridia, North aud Sout h Carolina,
Louisiana, Virginia and Weai Virginia.
New York. New Hampshire, Vermont,
Maine, Ohio, Massachusetts, Connecti
cut, New Jersey, Novia Scotia, New
Brunswick. Cape Breton, Prince Ed.
ward Island. Some of the fore-going
slates were only partially covered and
others thoroughly. The company
is now finishing a long tourof Florida
making a special trip lo Key West of
800 miles (round trip) lo play there two
lights incidentally breaking all re
cords of business done there. Thty are
billed to appear at Dokale's Theatre,
Biloxi, Monday night, March 14th.
For the Dick Orphans.
The Progress acknowledges receipt
ot t he following amounts for the bene
Hi of the orphan children of Ben Dick:
J. A. Witty 86 00
Davis Bros 5 00
J, M. Sivwright 1 00
Mrs. Henry Woods 1 00
Lorelta and Dick Kenney W
Mrs. B. A. Sladt- 1 00
Total.... 813 50
Section foreman 0. W. Madison, of
tlnsoity, has been promoted lo the po
sition of division road supervisor, with
headquarters at Bay St. Louis. Mr
Madison went to Bay St.. Louis this week
to enter on his new duties and will
move li is family there next week.
Friend Madison is lo be congratulated
on his promotion.
Wokkino Overtime.
Eight hour laws are ignored by those
tireless little workers Dr. King's New
Life Pills. Millions are always at work.
niffht and dav. curing Indigestion, Bill
ousnuss. Const illation. Sick Headache
and all Stomach. Liver and Bowel troub
les. Easy, pleasant, safe, sure. Only
2'e al Ocean Springs Drus; Slore.
Be il known by this Charter of Incor
poration that W. Is. Van Cleave, .1. P.
Van Oleuve, B. F. Parkinson and ltoueri
Parkinson, together with such others
as mnv hereafter associate themselves
with them, and tlifir Assigns and Suc
cessors, are hereby crealed a body cor
porate under the name and style ''Van
Cleave Bros. Mercantile Company"; its
dflflUBUe fhal.1 bV U' ! !?? low'.'.. tf.t. 5-BHHI
i'ii joy Success ion and exercise the pow
er for a period of Fifty Years, incident
to and granted to corporations under
aud by virtue of Chapter Twenty-tHe
ol I he Annotated Code of Ihe General
Statute Laws Of the Slate of Mississippi
ol 18U2 and all acts amendatory therein.
Suction 2. The purposes for which
tins Corporation is crealed ar- lien-by
declared to be, lo purchase and sell
uoods and general merchandise, too'vn,
sell or lease real estate and to erect such
buildings as may be necessary to ac
commodate a general mercantile busi
ness. And this corporal ion shall have
uiid enjoy and exercise all power uec
cessary for the proper management and
persuit of the aims aud objects for
which it is organized.
Section 3. The Capital Stock of this
corporation is herebv fixed st the sum
of Fifteen Thousand Dollars, divided
icto One Hundred and Fifty Shares of
One Hundred Dollars each, lo be paid
for in cash at time of subscription, or
same may be issued in payment lor
properly actually received.
Section 4. This corporation is author
ized to b'-gin operations and commence
business when Ten Thousand Dollars of
ihe capilal stock has been subscribed
and paid Iu cash or properly.
Section 5. The olllcers of said cor
oration shall consist of a President, a
ice President, a Secretary and a Treas
Section 6. The affairs of this corpor
ation shall be managed by a Board of
not less lhan three or more than live
Directors lo be elected annuaily from
the Stockholders bv a majority of the
Slock participating in such election, at
a meeting to be called for the purpose
on lite first Saturday in March of each
year, and each share of stock shall he
entitled to one vole cast by its owner
in person or by proxy. 1 he Secretary
ih. ill notify each stockholder in writing
at least five days prior to such meeting.
The Hrsl meeting for election of Di
rectors shall be held Ihe first Saturday
in March. 1!H).Y Anil until said first
eieciion the following persons are de
clared lo be Directors: W. S. Van
Cleave. J. V. Van Cleave, B. F. Parkin
son and Robert Parkinson, with said
IV. S. Vnn Cleave as President; B. F.
Parkinson, Vice President; J. P. Van
Cleave, Secretary, and Robert Parkin
sou Treasuier. The President, or in
Ins absence or inability lo act. the Vice
President, fhall be ihe executive officer
upon whom citation and all legal pro
cess shall be served.
The said Directors shall, immediately
after their election each year, meet and
elect a President, a Vice President, a
Secretary and a Treasurer, and shall
have pswer to make, alter Of amend all
by-Jaws, roles and regulations they may
deem requisite for ihe management of
the business affairs of said corporation.
Section 7. Thisacl of incorporation
mav be changed or modified, or this
corporation may he dissolved with Ihe
assent ol two thirds of Ihe capital stock
represented at a meeting ctlled for
that purpose afier lill-en days notice
in writinL' issued b ihe Secretary to
each stockholder.
Section ft Anv Stockholder desir-
inir lo dispose ol his stork shall first of
fer same to ihe Itord if Directors who
shall have ihe right to purchase same
at its bonk value.
Sectiox 9. No Stockholder shall be
liable Tor the contracts or faults of said
corporal ion in any furilier sum lhan
Ihe unpaid balance due on Ihe shar-s
of stock he may own. im shall anv
mere informality in organization have
the effect of rendering this Charier
null or exposing any sick holder lo any
liability beyond the aSsasSMI of hi
W S VA ('L!-;.VE.
0:etn Springs, Mis. March lat. MOi
Reffistmtfoii Notice.
I will vmt the various preelncts of
Jackson County, for the purpose ot
registering those qualified to register,
on the day inddatea following, W-wii:
Oak Grove, monaay April tn, imm
to 11A.M.
Jones, Monday April 4tn, irom i u i
P. M.
Howell, (at Howell P. O.) Tuesday,
April 6ih, from 18 to 3.
Helvestlon, Wedneiday, April Olo,
from 9to 1. . , .
Reeves, Thursday, April in, irom
Wllkerson. Friday. April Bin, irom iv
to. . . . :
Bluff Creek, Saturday, apru n, irom
8 to 2. . , .,..
West Pascagoula, xueaaay, Apru umi
from 3 to 6.
Florala, (at Florala P. O.) Friday,
April 15th, from 9 to 11.
- a a tlftt.t. rr ,n 1 In K
Jacobs, r riaay, aprii im, in..
Ocean Springs, Saturday, April loth.
from 9 lo 4. r .
Eacalawpd, Monday, May win, irom
Wlo3. . .
Moss Point. Tuesaav, may '""i,
9io4. . . , .
East Side. Wednesday, may hip.
from 10 to 2. ., ,..
Orange Grove, Thursday, may iiu,
from 9 to 11. ,..
Swartwout, Thursaay, may uio,
from 12 to 2. ......
Pasoagoula, Friday, May win, irom
9 to 1.
Scranlon, any time except on uaiea
above named. FkbdTati.or.
Whereas letters of administration on
on the estate of M.L. Clements, deceased
were granted lo the undersigned by the
Chanoery Court of Jackson County,
Mississippi, on the 89th day of January.
1904. Now therefore, all persons hav
ing claims against said estate will pre
sentsame and have them probated and
registered within one" year from this
dale, or be forever barred by law.
This the 80lh of Jannarv, 1804.
E E. Clements, Administrator.
Notice is hereby given that a con
tract for the building of two bridges to
wn: One over Little Red Creek, on
Road No. 149, in District No. 5.
One over Black Creek on Road No. 35
in District No. 3,
according to plans and specifications on
file will be let to the lowest bidder at
the fronl door of the Court House, in
Ihe city of Scranlon, Miss., on
A. D , 1904,
al 12 o'clock, noon. Bond will be re
quired according to law for the faithful
performance of contract, and keep the
work in repair for three years, and said
Board reserves ihe-riglit to reject any
and all bids. By order ot the Board.
F. H. Lewis, Clerk.
Notice is hereby given that a contract
for bulkheadiug, shelling and filliug on
Road No. 61 of Ft. Bridge in District
No. 4. according to plans and specifi
cations on file, will be let to the lowest
bidder at the front door of the Court
House, in the cily of Scranlon, Miss.,
on Monday, ihe 4lh day of April A. II;,
1004. at Ifo'clock, noon. Bond will ie
required according lo law for faithful
performance of contract, and keep said
work in repair for three years, and the
Board reserves the richt lo reject any
aud all bids, By order of Board,
F. H. Lewis, Clerk.
UOU i&TKAU No l'IOii.
Land Olllcc at Jackson, .Miss.
January 30, IU01.
Notice is hereby given that thu fof
support of Iter claim, and that said
proof will be made before the Chancery
Clerk, Jackson County, al Scruiilou.
Miss., 00 Mareh Mi l'J,i4. viz: Ksteller
Dudley, II. E. No. R64U0, for the S. E. t
8. K, j Sec. 18. T. 2 S, K. 8 West of St.
Stephen's Meridian.
She names Ihe following witnesses to
prove her continuous residence upon
aud cultivation of said laud, vist
Peter Fairley, Thomas j, Mizelle. Ru
bin F. Cooper, Samuel Cowart, all of
Beniidal, Miss.
Fheu. W. Collins, Register
Land Olllce at Jackson. Miss.
February 3, 1904.
Nonce is hereby given thai the fol-lowine-named
settler lias filed notice of
his intention lo make final proof in
support of his claim, and thai said
proof will be made before the Chanoery
Clerk, Jackson County, at, Scranlon.
Miss, on March 18. 1!KM, viz: Oscar
Held. H. E. No. 37051. for the NEiSWi
8ec. 31. T. 5 S., R. 8 West of St. Steph
en's Meridian.
He names the following witnesses tc
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said laud, viz:
Needham W. Smith, of Vancleave,
Miss. Preston Scarborough, of Florala
Miss. Abraham Woods, of Florala, Miss
Albert Chambers, of Florala, Miss.
Fhkd W. Collins, Register.
All persons having claims against the
estate of Josephine PfefTele, deceased,
are notified lo have the same registered
and probated in the office of the Clerk
of the Chancery Court, of Jackson
county, Mississippi, within one year
from the first publication of this notice.
a failure to probate and register such
claims will bar the same. Letters of
Administration on said estate having
been "ranted to the undersigned on the
10th day of March, 1J04.
O. L. Bailky, Administrator.
March 12, 1904.
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South side of Iberville
ave. Large ground.
These properties: will be
sold at a bargain.
W. E. Frederic, President.
F, D. Bechtj Vice President.
M08S POINT BRANCH, J. J. Mcintosh, Cashier.
Merchants and Marine Bank,
Capital Paid In $25,000, Surplus, $12,500.
Does a legitimate banking business in all its branches.
Interest Paid on Deposits in our Savings department.
Chr.'s Nelson, P. Feore, B. D. Valverde,
McVea Young,
V jfrtar'g (Sister gbop.
Constantly On Hand.
telephone 83
that we are here for that purpose. We want to do your
printing ami have equipped otir office in a first-class man
ner. All work guaranteed satisfactory and striotly up-to-date.
Prices Down to Bed Rock. ,
Qive us your Order.
Louisville & Nashville
Railroad Company.
The Great Through Trunk Line between the cities of Cinoinn.tti,
Lexington, Louisville, Kvansville, St, Louis, Nashville, Memphis. Mont
gomery aud New Orleans r
Without Change and Speed Unriyaled.
Shortest and Quickest routo from New Orleans, Mobile and Mont,
gomery to Northern and Eastern Cities. Through coaches from Chata.
nrwwvu ami V ul, ; 1 1 u. T . .. . - veRsjofccB
..-..f, . , me iu ci. iouih, connecting direot for oit.es
Northwest. Immigrants seeking homes on lineof this road will
Special Kates. See agents for rates, routes, etc. or write
fl" "neang' J'- ' WEED, Local Agent Louisville. Kji
JJas a fine stock of Silver Novelties, Clocks, Watches, Gold
Kens, Gold Spectacles and the largest stock of Fine Gold
" ' ",a"IUUU, "pais,
Less than you Pay in New Orleans
for the same goods.
Fresh Bread and Cakes,
Buns, Rolls, Cookies, etc.
For Rent
Cottages, furnished tad
unfurnished for not In all
parts of town. Desirable
for Summer Visitors.
Call on me for anything
you desire in Mm line of
real estate. I una sapply
, your wants. .
Edmond J. Jane, Cashier.
C. R. Hall, Assistant Cashier.
J. J. Mcintosh,
Your Patronage Solicited
Thft5 P Friar
1 nlU. IV I .!
in the
C. L. STONE. 3. P. A
BUoira "Hew Jeweler.
etc., ever shown on the
r-vT. A. HER.

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