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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 6 August 1892

VOLUME V. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1492. "THE IMMENSE COST." Sermon by Rev. *'. DeWitt Talmage I in the LondomOity Temple. The Price Paid for Mana Salvation Coa dderel--Its Payment B4'tmn at the _ atlvity and Ended with the Crnclfxoi follo ing sermon preached T T from the ker in the City t fore an immense text was: price.-I Cor., vi., 3S. through hisval ine the arches, 1 e frescoes t -plots. the fish 1 ponds, the con rtes the parks of deer. and you say within yourself or you say aloud: "W1lt did all this cost?" r You see a costly diamnond flashing in an ear.ring, or you her a costly dress rustling across the Ajawing-room, or I you see a highly-mettled span of horses 1 harnessed with silver and gold, and you begin to make an estimate of the value. 1 The man who owns a large estate can not instantly tell you what it is worth. He says: "I will estimate so much for the house, so much for the furniture, so much for laying out the gro qds, so much for...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 6 August 1892

TNE BANREFMIOClAT, THE PUBLISHEI EVnRI SATUIDAY AT Tht LA.4 P OVID isCE. LA. tion a - ii,ear A. I. IMORGAN. Editor. South •F V5l*F X. TURNER. 1:d14 * PbUbthei and Proprietor. I ward, p - -- lishe tUBSCILIPTION : - 00 : PE YEARI. desigi Saturday, - - A i Zt t;. 1892. 1M press: their The outlook at the Carnegie works i expe is still quite thratenin. well Tle IlIo:estea.l trullh. have negr~ a-,lready c-.t ovr a million d:Ulars. cities T'he couIiderationi ,oi the anti-most opti:n ,il la, be'en' ptospo.led until wahot _ee .er. [ope The recent elections in France manay show a gain of ti) Iepu,licanus over from the Conservatives. doing place The cholera has entered the Ger- m r.rit man Empire, and is imaking sad gathe havoc among the germans. g caun There were' 1081 deaths in New go b: York last week, of which number, sibly 771, were in tenement houses. obsei - the I The menacing movements of ecpi- the 1 tal invites physical resistance in the drift . most available and effective forms. No...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 6 August 1892

Sn thi were attsdyy, : - - August 6, .899. acres - - tract I'. F. Montgomery, year. Gell Eglam tad Th Pa bury rnow prepared to rue lifnes. locate lands, ·qorwet, Suralsh full descrlption ofloca- pecje oas,. timberao., and make plats of surveys inug c iro levels forpuiposes of drainage with pro ie~ make estimates ot banhankmente, that itfalles.brid building and public works Iwa [all deseriptions. publ Dr. R. W. 8EAY, i Tr Pactltoner of close *dlee, B"te rge and Obtetrtcs. ifore d resadence on Albha plantation. 1their Boeek's Ben,.d uee '--,-, x t lb discl elan and Surgeon. N4 Oeice on Lake street. Will practice in all the branches mar Profepoion. Calls answered brig ptly day and night. f4ir the Wt. D. SELL, << l Surgeon and Practicing Physietan*. I. (Obstetrics a specialty) air i WIi respond to all calls, day ornigllt'. .s It ernard dru store. Sesldenee R Imet to Methodist Church A. e. ANDER , we ug PJuclan onj 5f** ll answered promptly day and night. mot see at the Owen's res...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 6 August 1892

The Banner-Democrat. "'U4 Published Every Saturdal . lieve t) tree. I LAKE PROVIDENCE, LOUISI ANA. this mo "I ho] I will ii A RAG SONG. Sloane. are rob' What Is it that the old bells say, "The Jingtag, jangling all the day? if Aeseh backward and forwarw "a. and clanging its "Ra I-old rags! said the to rages black rags! red and blue; The a . hite is best, but the rest will do." "If t 'They've been up since the small o'clocks would Ringing their sing-song blocks and bloks. drive tl Now they are tire -their cross-rope sags; Gil; b Yet they must rattle their 'Rags!--old rags Neithe. I Whitterags! black ragls red and blue! " Sell us some, we beg of you." on Every day it is just the same.as I Rag-man's weary, and horse is lame; Cart is feeble but onward drag, aki Makhng the bells clash: "Rae!--old rats stand c Wash and boll and steam and stew; Mean Press to pulp the motley crew." picket, Raindrops patter, sunbeams gance, home 1 Still hes sing as they dangling danee: darted t. LEutets an...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 13 August 1892

.- - - - : i ' be IBaLnlerflAArIT, . VOLUME V. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, ATYGTJST 13, 1892. NO8 A HUSBAND'S TRIALS. v been doing woman's work for at least a week, or more; And I'll own it isn't aything like fun, For when you try to think that your labor's nearly o'er, You will often fnd you've only just begun. There Is boiling and there abkng; is sweeping sa4 bed-making; tou and other things not understood -" such a novice as I, And so I won't deny tI would not be a woman if I could. Thiss khew it came about: My wife was taken no Nhe se to be had, so, like a dunce, d t lad, but I found out very I oolk'a't think of everythingt at one The Are was slowly dying, Wk a I put t e -frying, the at was m havoc with the bread I had paeiar tasting, u the s t was rosuting Wa s plaything  pe lag, upon the bed. When I went to wash the dishes, I found the kettle The spoot ns melted ef, aad on the floor It lay a perfect wreck, that awoke a pensive As I thenght upon the ha...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 13 August 1892

E BANER-DE..OCRAT, PUBLISIID D EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVI1ENC:E. LA. I). L . r ,,litor. Publisiher and i'rojwretor. Utt.,CfhIPTI N :2 'q PER YTEARII. Satulrday, - - Angu,'t 13. 1892. LIBERAL APP0OPRIATION FOR LEVEES. T'ch:e tfion of tae River Comnmis si,ºn thl:t oiut in Ne v Yor'ilast week with regard to the allotments for l'vees Inud harbors along the Missis sippi, were awaitcl for with more than orrdinary anxiety by the iuhahi tants of the great valley and the com mnerci:d centres that are largely de pendent upon the cotton a:ld sugar growing regions. When the news camne annl tie several ailotments were canvassed a feeling of great satis faction prevailed among those who were directly or indirectly interested in safety from inundation. It has been the custom under the rules to submit all allotments of the character we are referring to for ap proval to the,Secretary of war; but this precaution is more a formality than anything else, because it is in very rare instance. that th...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 13 August 1892

eluorday, - - August 13, 1892. T. F. Montgomery, Ci Englmr and Parish Surveyor. To nowwprepared to run lines, locate lands, flod corners, lurnish full description ofloce flons, timber &c., and make plate of surveys run levels for pui poses of dralnagq with pre files, make estimates of embankments, ditches. bridge building and public works of all deseriptions. Dr. R. W. .EAY, Practitioner of Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics. Office and residence on Alpha plantation, Bunch's Bend. . ~ Bruette. La. Z. Lz.oT, Physician and Surgeon. Odise on Lakd street, o eWWilI practice in all the branches of his Profeion. Call answered 'Promptly day and night. Surgeon and Ptacticang Physician. (Obstetrics a speeialty ) Will respond to all calls, day -r night. 9 •e at Betirrd drur atoe. lesideace next to Methodist (llebl Practicing Phlp n i Srp Calls answered promptly day sad night. Office at the Owen's resideace a (Gosypla Plantation In the Al ward. JDGs 3. 3, mOXT ATTORNEY.AT LAW, LAKE PROV] D C...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 13 August 1892

Th Biter-Democrat. I iPished Every Saturday. LAKE PROVIDENCE, LOUISI ANA. -1I MOTHER'S LIGHT. + As her boy went sa8-n1 I Shbe morn was fresh a fair: $e bounded o'er the waters blue Without thought of care. As ights along the shore grew dim, Oqe tiny speck afar His mother's cottage on the cliff Was like a guiding star. The morn was fair, but 'ere the night A storm came o'er the sea, And thfough the blind and chilling mist He drifted helplessly. Thsbreskers roared, the darkness fell, The boy was filled with fear. No lig,, as voice, no arm to save; Be felt l death was near. Thnn lke a tiny s r ppears.. A farof feeble light Its faint, but steady, cheering beam Has pierced the gloomy night. * 'Tis mother's light!' he cried-with joy', " 1'll steer by mother's light; 'Twill guide me safely to the shore, She's saved her boy to-nighL' Your boy sails out in life today, There many a storm to meet. And when the darkness settles dows, And wild waves 'round him beat, Have you the pow'r to guide...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 20 August 1892

-: ,.' - t ~be 1Bnner#UewrmaL-at VOLUMEV. LLAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUJT 20, 1892. .NO,. OVER THE~ WIRE1' Iwmwaw .~L... s*w.lt '%1-.. I OVER THE WIRE. .A Telephome rirtatio and -#s Ham neemgt HE ath a love ly voithe," I' lisped wSimpkin son Potter. "And she must be hand som e," re marked young Gubbins, with a ' knowingpuff at S his cigarette. "It has always ., been my experi ence that wom en with musical Svoices are good " looking." They were talking about their telephone girl-she who flirted with them so naively over the wires. "She ith quite young, too, y' know,"' continued Mr. Potter, pickling a carna tion to pieces, "'beeauth she eonflded tome that she wathan't out yet. Just fanthy" "You JSelows ought to warn your 'Diana' of the croswlires to be more careful," growled Barker, head clerk and general Diogenes in the famous 'law office of Lastwill & Testament. "When his majesty, the senior partner, called up the law courts this morningt she helloe...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 20 August 1892

PUBbiSIIED EVERY SATURDAY AT nee LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. pub S- -- - ---- Thi A. I. MORGAN., Iiftor. tanu JAMES N. TURNER, qpe P~p ber andi propctor, _ lis the qUBScRIPTION: 5 (0) PER YEAR. 1Cu11 . ~_  -t?___ . . -I-- the -Th 'rc IeqopA; ulitty pre rePking rei tliugsib. a in th e ft:1 Florida. nav line The 'hird party is fast becomiog red *apj)litieal afile'how for thlaepubli- en Cl.` n1 t gif is qi;etty en-an wrcncel for ,ife ix the Tennessee wel pcitentiary. - Senator liull of N'ew York will take tior the stump for Cleveland in his own (ler $tute early in Ocktober. dre ,€--It--- iol Juwgc Gresham's holding off fromti Irrrmso jeoptardizes 1Ben's chances of 1 in Indiana very much. Weaver, the Presidential candidate j , tba.l'eople's party, will secure the the electoral vote of Nebraska. freo Appearances indicate that the peo- ta V jle of., Tete are going the whole ion H:gg again for Governor of that an' 8thte. Jim II1l, colored postnaster of eni Vicksburg, hppomnted by President tin...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 20 August 1892

 6w rpared to run linse .l ti flnd corners,surdib full desripstea eflta lonas, Umber .c, end make plateof ilartey run levels for pulposes of dralns *Itl ro tiles, m cw-em ts ditche erks p of , _ _an ad Practlclng Physieian. S(Obstetries a specialty ) Wti respond to sllcalls, day ornight. O~oe at Bernard drug store. Residence h e t to Methodast (1ub L.GA. ZdIO. )a, Practicsing Peides le branches Calls Laswered pria aptl s answered promptly day and eight Omfee at the Owen's redsdenp o spla Plantation in the RIHq ATTTORNEY.At LAW, LAKE PROVIDENCE,' LA. . RPlretless In thin nt of tte psriabe of eut Carroll, West arrfli a id Madilsoo,jand ,' the Court of Appeals and Supreme Court of Louisiana. Will attend to the purchase and sale of s.ds in East Carroll and the examinallo j of titUs to same. - - Will also negotiate torloans on real estate sand make payments of taxes for aon-resl dents. Prompt attention will be given d all isatness placed Ins is hands. Lo4ao l and Parish MNems., Ent...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 20 August 1892

The &ner-Democrat. Published Every Saturday. LAKE PIiOVIDENCL. LOUISIANA. CARE OF CARPETS. A aeuetamrer Tdkraw wr- 5 may as3 asege. "Because carpet is put on the floor and is made to walk on, that is no rea son why it should be neglected cr abused," msaid a mafacturer of ne carpets, to a group of visitors, who were admiring the beautiful designs and fAe quality of workmanship which the establishment was trning out. "Although you may say that it is good for the trade, yet it always hurts my feelings to see a really handsome carpet misused. Ithink many people are care less about them, because their atten tion has never been called to the sub ject, and they do not realise that a lit tle careful management will make a great difference in the wear of all door coverings. The ordinary carpet lining is absolutely worthless as a protection from the sand and grit which works through the carpet, and it really does more damage than all the other causes put together. The earpet itself is,to ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 27 August 1892

VOLUME V. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST "J7, 1892. NO. 10. in n Ii •na  m mnaaam u ..  ...I H I l g l D H l nt m dmii IH l ii iiIn THE POSTMAN. The postman, tlades with his pace Well filled with soret treasure laithfl, treads his daily track For others' pain or pleasure. The elements are naught to him. He heeds nor wind or weather, Untalchls bears the heavy load Of love sd griefs together. A cosetim maid with eager hast. And blush that secrete tell, Beiund the easement shyly waite her The sharply riging belL S .pst arpymanl do you comprehend eld, old story, ever new, of b; wApda step and hurried air Yen drop the dainty billetdoux? -r Ton daily toeob ur lives aew, Awake ambitious dreams of youth. eaSrm a fear, a faith renew And scatter seeds wholesome truth. And prayers of lovting mae you bear To those whose feet may go astray, And weds of tenderness are there That hedges up a snhl way. And blesings rich that overflow, In holy counciL tll and sweet Th...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 27 August 1892

T' H E EAMER-DEMi OWrAT. L.1 Kh:VOVIDE-N'E. LA. 13 . M)Y.G:N, ;G . tor. Parli.aer and Proprietor. SiUB.-'C;R"itTION: :2 Jo I'( ER YEAR. Saiturday, - - Augl.t 27. 1892. HON. CHA3. J. BOAT#ER. The brilli.it c:arrer a:ul highly -marked su<ccess o° Mr. Bloatuer in the l:alls of C ngress from this im medliate district prehluderl even the )possility of any one else anpiring for the p1cstioun he so )ably fills as represcutative from the Fifth district. In the miais of the masses of the people who have the best interests of the district at heart, no other name but that of "Charley Boatner" has been even thought of. Never in the history of the district has the fact come so foreibly home to the people that they have now, "the right man in the right place," and they want him to stay there. In telling of Mr. Boatner's merits and fitness for the position we do not wish, nor intend for a moment to say a word in dlsparagment of any of his predecessors, but in common with the many, regard him...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 27 August 1892

SBurday, - August 27, 1892. T.. F. Montgomery, Civil Engloner and Parish Sureyor, Is now prepared to run lines.l ocate lands, find corners. furnish full description ofloca tions, tlmber&c., and make plats of surveys run levels forpaiposesof drainage with pro. files, malYe estimates ot om bs:nments, otfael.ldse ebuildlg and pub!i. works ofall desert pole fe. Dr. R. W. SEAY, Practitioner of , surgery- and Obstetrics. o0e" keidberaee on Al>iha plantation, SW.3.LONL, S Physician and Surgeeb. Odce on Lake street, o l t practice in all the branches S of hi. Lofeesion. Calls answered - "ptly day and night. . D. BLL, ..* "Irgeon and Practicing Physlclan. [ " (Obstetrs a specialty ) Will reson to all calls, day ornight. mffce ate erard drug store, Rtesidence t next to Methodist Church A. G. A.NaDSONw, Practichl Physician and Surgeon, *Calls answered promptly day and night.. **lc at the Owen's residence on 6ossypla I Plantation in the 1th ward. S.:J D~ELONT .TTORNEY-AT LAW, LAKE PR...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 27 August 1892

The Banner-Democrat. Published Every Saturday. LAKE PROVIDENCE. LOUTSIANA. JUST TO BE STILL Just to be till, though tempests break; To know He never would forsake The heart He made to be His own; To know He is not King alone, But lather- infnite in eare Of every waif that breathes the air If this be mine, how light the weight I bear through changing time's state. Just to be joyous in today; To know time's floods-whihe sweep away The gold, and precious things of life, With desolation's breathings rife Can never tooh the arms I hold Around my gems more dear thaa gold, anless He wills-if this I know, SFearless my footsteps come and go. Just to be still sad murmur not; To know He never yet forgot The child He led; to morrow's care To lay on Hlm-my guide-to bear; To see the sunlight of to-day, Nor sigh that it may fade sway If this my part, my days shall be Foreasts of immortalUt. -Geo. lngle, In Christian at Work. A GREAT "SCOOP." How a Story Was Told Befbre Its Ooourrenro Some years ag...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 3 September 1892

rr VOLUME V. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1892. NO. 11. (h ml mi m mm im m ml m mII m mmm mm m m m m m m m m m m m m mm lmm • mi m m m m• m m mm mm ,m m m m mlm m m e m m• m m m m mm m l mm m m m m m m LOVE'S PERFECT HEART. I pleas Ued e for me to livT By hubsed love made sweet. A home pleased; in everr room Went little chbldre's feet. The lore I took for an my lif, With sorrow made me smart; le'er came uto my lovig ars, The eiladre of my heart God pased a inte for me to live, From selfsh hopes bereft; Bet wek sad duty, angels strong. To guar me right sad let. And duty's read He made more sweet, Thea earthly love could be, - Instead of husbad's children's low, Slls wil He gave to me And l thiis ille God planed for me, Prm grief I weRll apart; Foer ta blessed, holy will, I've found love's perfeet beart -'UMlle . BDarr, n N. T. Iadepeadet. WANTN0 TD- T BEY were ebil S drea of the gut ter - two little waifs that drift ed about like straws on the bla...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 3 September 1892

THE BAMNER-DEMOCRAT, PURLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT' LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. D. L. MORGAN, Editor. JAMlES N. TURNEIR, Publisher and Proprietor. QUBSCRIPTION : $2 00 PER YEAR. Satu.rday, - September 3, 18)2. WHERE WILL THE RESPONSI BILITY REST I The outlook of Democracy in Lou isiana has for nearly a year been bad enough to vex and harass the hearts of all the t:ernest and devoted metn hers of the Democratic party; but the tevelopmcniits of the past mouth lIhae adcded mattCria.ly to the danger andl distresu. We refer to the d(1 fection of pronminernd members, the organ;zation of the People's party as a political venture and the serious division in the Fifth Congressional district, which district since the re cent approval of the bolters by Chair man Wiklison promises tohave two candidates in the field claiming to be Democrats. In other words, a house divided against itself. We may also mention the fact in this connection that every effort possible is being (and will certainly be) made to u...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 3 September 1892

lafuu1&3, ·- , '.: e iiber9 ,1892. T+.F-. Mo tgoam', tiil Eaginer and Parist Satrer. T r now prepared to run lines. locate lans, cad eorners, turnlsh full description ofloea tions, timber &e.. and make plats of surveys run levels for pull poses of drainage .ith pro fifes, jake estimates bt .etRmabihm ent, ditchedbridge building ad Mablle works oPall deseriptions. Dr. R. W. SEN)g, Practitioner of { Ie4dicine, Surgery and OTs eics. Office ad residence on Al phe plantation, Bunch's Bend. P. O. Brunette; La. W. 3. LONa, PhySician and Suageon. Omee on Lake street, S 'Will) practice in.il the brouches of his Profession. Calls answered ionmsptly day and night. W. D. BELL, Surgeon and Practicing Physician. (Obstetrics a specialty ) Will respond to all calls, day or night. 4.DVoee at Bernard drug store. ltsience next to Methodist Church A. 0. AZDEMQ]N, IPractcI P cilai -a d SurgIon, .tlils answered promptly day aid night. O Oleo at the Owen's residence on Gossfpia Plantation in the ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 3 September 1892

TALMAGE'S SERMON. Tbe Great Army of Redeemed Ih Hewen. A Multitude the xateat of whtek No Man Sam Tell-All Natiots, Al Togues Represeeted-Their Sym bols sad Reaps. The following is one of the sermons de livered by Rev T.DeWltt Talmage in En gland, and selected for publication to his vast congregation at home. It is based on the text: After this I behold. and o, a gret multitude which no msan can number, of all nations, and kindrede, and people, and tongues, stood before the throne, and before the Lamb, elothed in white robes, and palms is their ands, sad cried with a loud voice, saylag, Salvation to our God whlch itteth upon the throne, and unto the Laub.--ler. vii., -10. It is impossible to come in contact with anything grand or beautiful in art, nature or religion without being profited and elevated. We go into the art gallery, and our soul meets the soul of the painter, and we hear the hum of his forests and the clash of his conflicts, and see the cloud-blossoming of the sky and ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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