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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 12 November 1898

VEEP S R T N1O VLi3 znn t i VOL. XI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1898. NO. 22 has llftea. ana now all is plane samnng. For the first time in my life I feel that I have reached the fullest stature of a man-which can only be attained when he is confident that he possesses the love of a noble woman." Captain Denham looked as he felt; there was an expression of pea' e and strength in the handsome bronzed face that was noticeable to his friend. And Valentine Dayton was himself in a state bordering (,n ecstasy; for had not Ellen Condit. with the consent of her parents, pledged him her hand, on their way back from Doctor Hedges' the night before? C: HAPTab IX-ontnamue If Lea Hedges should accept him, the captain had a hurriedly matured plan. which in due season would take him away from his companions and permit him to be near his idol at all times. He was fortunate in finding Lea alone, and she, having just returned from a horse-back ride, was looking ...

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. — 12 November 1898

LPle I~ji r-l)--Iro-c'at. A DE The L'UBLISHEI) EVERY SATURDAY AT "there is LAKE P ROV IDtENCE. LA. that the I - vi3toryv, . House of JAMES N. T'ItNEIt, through Publisher and Proprietor, congressi Republic: tirely safe IJBSCRIP TION : V2 00 PER YEAR. irely sagr ano. Wis Saturday, November 12, 1808.. York, do licans in did that For the first time in eighteen years, nailed to Lee count). Ala., his now Demo- It is t. eratic cllicials. The) Democrats have Represet had many years of defeat, but at last over a yt they triumphed. when til ___.-_ _ -_ !in 1900. The Spanish cruiser, Maria Tersea, dential e that cost about $500,000 to raise, t, the went to the bottom of the deep blue sure to sea on Saturdany last during a storm. In two The Spaniards no doubt are glad to cereals see it. just as Demtnocr West Virginia is without a State the wes debt and has a cash surplus of CO mpar $1,000,000 in bank, drawing 3 per the Den cent interest. Is there any other gress i State in the Union that can ...

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. — 12 November 1898

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, Saturday, November 12, :898. J. E. RANsDELL., W. II. MoTooMZury, F. X. RANSDELL. Notary Public and - Insurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdell Attorneys at Law -A N D Real Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La. WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF EAST CAURROIL, WEST CARROLL AND MADISON PARISHES, AND TIlE STATE SUPREME COURT. Clfton F. Davis, ~t-t -aT Law -AND 'Tleal 2D.state A© t., Lake Providence, La. HAVINo JUST FINISIIED A COMPLETE ABSTRACT OF ALL THE LANDS IN EAST CARROLL, I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH I ABSTACTS OF TITLES ON SHORT NOTICE, I E. WAYLES BROWNE, COURT STENOGRAPHER AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Local and Parish News. No trouble now to catch a steanboat. f Services at the Churches to-morrow. Always have a good word for your I town. Levy carries a flue line of boys t clothiug. Cotton has been piling into town I his week. 1 The price of cotton is too low to t talk about. Galanty & Marcus carry a fine line of clothin lg. It rained almost the entire day of Wednesday. V 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. — 12 November 1898

aae e-Wm, srot them.' si o ee to big brown Then tl his injur Ber: and se* , s -, said iee, lo e - m th loveliest rose things o That ia be d grows, grows, sour thini orsoo or esso much, Ha.u.umu-m ham-um-um, And th Said little brown Bee to big brown he didn' o didn't In aiid 1igt1 brown Bee to big brown just as me Bee: the same "Much honey must be here. and we rea i Should beg a portion while we may, se d For soon more bees will come this way, it is not Hum-um.im-hum-um-um," is inuri Said little brown Bee to big brown tises th Bee. highly rf Said big brown Bee to little brown against Bee: ena the "The rose is not for me, for me. g Though she is lovelier by far Than many other flowers are. Hmum.um-hum-um-um," Said big brown Bee to little brown In the Bee OSTlights it Bee. of burni Said big brown Bee to little brown to use p Bee: that grc "No honey-cup has she, has she, too, is a But many cups, all brimming over, This < Has yonder little purple clover, fish, an' And that's the flowe...

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. — 19 November 1898

....,~ I;'. .% :.; -, ,,,. VOL. XI. LAKE PROVIDENCE,• EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY,-NOVEM!$E 1;9, 898. N:ilo.231-;' __ __ _ CHAPTER XI. 8M01 nE.nRS(EEs TO THM PASt woCk rIT Is NEOBWARY TO UNDERSTAND. Colonel Graham was a very weak man, and at best a very angry one, a though it would not do for him to show it. He played sick and he cursgd-to him- bi self-the doctor who had turned his la mean pretense into a frightful reality. He was in no amiable mood when c Othello came in on tip-toe, and, in re- i sponge to his master's demand to know "who was making that noise out there,' made answer: l "It's my granny, sah." "May the devil fly away with the black hag! Why he haFn't done so before is th a mystery. What does she want?" The w4 Colonel pushed himself higher up on de the pillows and g'ared at the black man, ib as I read(y to slay him if he did not at we once give a satisfactory answer to the question. ac "She wants foh to see yeh," said ce Othello, his tremulous voice indicat...

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. — 19 November 1898

TAIe J3atirZl>r?'-I)-nýOc rat. - -~-~-- .-- --- I pUBLI IIIlD r ViERiY SATUIUDAY AT tot LAKE IROV VIDNCE. LA. mt ___ L-~ -------------- JAMES N. TURNER. acl Publisher and Proprietor. tiu bcl IOu) eUBSCRIPTION : $200 PElR YEAR. ,,.: Saturday, November 1I, 18J8. flu far i)ipthceria has ,roken out in Mans- 1 h field, La., to such an alarming me extent that the public school has "pa 1been closed. Pte lHon. Saw laird had no trouble in being re-elected to Congress on Tues day last for the second time. his be Republican and Populist opponents li failed to even re cive a respectable (o vote. mi The Alexandria 'l'own Talk says to I that thirteen lawyers faced Julge Hunter on Monday last, and that ch even then there were a few missing. to It advises lawyers to steer clear of t Alexandria. sul In the first district the Republi- cul cans cast nine hundred votes for their candidate for congress, while in it the second district the Republican 1 candidate recived only three hun dred and fifty. ...

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. — 19 November 1898

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, Saturday, November 19, 1898. J. E. RANK>ELL. \W. II. (I'.T;OnMERY. F. X. ltANspDEL.. Notary Public - and -Insurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdell Attorneys at Law A N D- Real Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La, 'IL.. I':AC('TICCE IN TIE: COURTS OF EA-T C(AIOTI., ttEST (CAI:iOLL AND I, Ai,.ON PAhIsimn-., AND TILE STATE ýrUii:aL COt uT. Clfton F. Davis, ! .A.tty-Lat-T maW -A ND Eloal 3Esotate Agt., a L:tae Providence, La. IIAVING .1'8'T FrIIvIMlI-1D A (MI'LETE e AI?:-TlA( "I' (Fi ALL llfE LANDS IN EAST a (tA IItIOiL,, I AM P'ItEI'ARED 'To futNISH AlIsTACTS OF TITLES ON 8I1HoT NoTICE, if E, WAYLES BROWNE, u - (COURT d STES(:No(RAHIII AND NO'TAIRY PrunLIc. ft Local and Par;sh News. Take ii the Vicksburg fair. Two or three boats a day now. p Cotton does not remain on the bank n long now. o Blankets, comforts and bed spreads S at Levy's. .* I ('alatnty & Marcus treat their custo nmers salight. harry Ilill anl his assistant are up p to date mnixologises. Court...

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. — 19 November 1898

.e+tate =ate -g.usnwde s When .A2 Itisek j~ Irct~ pL7pelpas tbh eold of the i "o pI , sores S Was set bel uesi M gun healthy asettlon to not have , ' yt sae ll dig t or ans it keeps which comrn 41."' 1 I pertf order. Padcfle sis fir.; Barsap .arilta for lack 0 a Sara aparil . ;.,tees )ine $ f a holds true . ,aendehlr C.LB01oclh ,LawetlM555. westward r. r. °pie make 1911' are the onII~n rstn ake once a dad IU wB HodsQ"alTbing as ef W"ley' SIermon. allow, a S ow and again, no doubt, the text is baths dall rydiing, the sermon nothing. There In some s aneodl of a andon bisehQ who, arolines b'i" a dthat story of John Wesley they drinl Otntlg Ott every word of his discoure sea watel tht his ser'ant maid did not undcr- ter mark otte, determined to teach toAcoun- this lath tyeongregtton thth simplest sermon is used f bauid W rite. ie chose an element- people lo y subject, and took as his test, "Th0 present hth said Il- h ear e3 there is no held to n d" On leavsing the church he asked in ...

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. — 26 November 1898

i U , VOL. XI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1898. NO. 24 Tr. R r bea'~ to Somonk ,and then opened th e  REMATION IN WAR. PHILIPPINE U I I ''-' 1-' LA11I rlL V I1 ~~ k 1"* I' CHAPTER XII. Colonel Graham could not have teen mu h over 50 years of ago, but he or dina-lly looked to be 60, and now that he was suffering from a very unneces sary loss of blood, added to great men tal anxiety, he might have passed for 70 a' least. His sickness called out a great inter est, and the people of the town and the officers of the Hea Hawk would have paid him every attention had he per mitted it. Dinah's visit was soon noised a·'road, and created no little comment; but, as many of the humbler people, and some of the well-to-do also, hbed great faith in her curative skill, it was generally believed that Colonel Graham had sum moned her to examine his case. Unlike the majority of his race, Othello was reticent, and though he was pretty well subjected to the pump i...

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. — 26 November 1898

The I3aQr)o~r-1)emocrat. I'UBLISHED EVERY SATURIDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. , lti JAMES N. TURNEIR. Publisher and Proprietor. UIBSCRIPTION : $200 PER YEAR. Si u a Saturday, November 26, 1898. b For the past ten years the Nebras- a ka legislature has been bought up by the Union Pacific Railway in passing lats favorale to that company. a All through the state of Arkansas 1 the cotton crops are being abandoned tl for the reason that there is a scarcity ti of labor and that it hardly pays for c t the gathering. fi The Ohio supreme court has pro- a nounced constitutional the state law tl which inflicts a penalty of $5000 on a the county in which a lynchingt occurs. The amount is to go tothe nearest of kin of the victim. It is reported that in the vicinity , of Sherman, Texas, farmers tre t plowing up their fields, white with v cotton, preparatory to planting wheat, I the low prices and inability to get the cotton picked, the cause. Jas. S. Richardson, the largest f cotton planter in the...

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. — 26 November 1898

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT., Saturday, November 26, '898. J. E. RANSDELL, W. H. MONTGOMxaT, F. X. RANSDtLL. Notary Public and -Insurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdell &ttorneys at Law ----AN D- Real Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La, WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF EAST CARROLL, WEST CARROLL AND MADISON PARISHES, AND THE STATE SUPREME COURT. Cifton F. Davis, .ýtty -al>-T-aý -ANI) MEeal Istate Agt.,. Lake Providence. La. HAVING JUST FINISHED A COMPLETE ABSTRACT OF ALL THE LANDS IN EAST I CARROLL. I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH ABSTACTS OF TITLES ON SHORT NOTICE, E. WAYLES BROWNE, COURT STENOGRAPIIHER AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Local and Parish News. Ilauan'shoes at 1lill's. The river is on a stand. Patronize home merchants. a Take in the Vicksburg fair. Pittman is in his new store. Last Sunday was a summer's day. It has been pretty windy this week. Your town and parish taxesare now due. All New Orleans packets are flying light. Pittman is in his new store on Lake street. The "merry-go-round" takes ...

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. — 26 November 1898

A~gu wth an merican behind It is P - peeemaker and a mapmaker. s Atstralia welcomes our nearer aeighborhood in .the acqulition of Hawall. General Miles' personally. conducted a excursion to Porto Riclo was one of tl the greatest successes in Its line ever tl undertaken. c The Mayor of Atlanta, Ga., has con- h tracted for twenty-two Star-Spangled Banners, which are to be raised over the public schoolhouses of the city. Thirty-five duels have taken place b over various phases of the Dreyfuls case. But France has lost little else u than a few drops of blood from the p encounters. The Hawaiian alphabet has but " twelve letters, and now we've got to go to work and teach them fourteen P more. That's one of the drawbacks 0 we encounter by taking them in. e There seems to be a surplus of t Smiths in Michigan; at least the Con gressional nominations of that State would indicate such to be the case. Four-fifths of the nomlnees are named t Smith. When it is considered tSat the Unit- c ed State...

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 December 1898

• S. .-.~ + *·. * -+ + - ':+'+r r,-+"- '1 : Fbe & nnerIUemotrai VOL. XI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1898. CHAPTER XIII-Continued. Off Montauk Point it was discovered that one of the middle chains was broken, and the better to repair it rail was taken in, and the Wanderer came to anchor. Capt. Denham and every man on bo the ship, with the exception of Fofand Frenauld, believed that the 'break in the middle chain was the re sult of accident. Capt. Fox and his Lieutenant arranged the accident in advance, and they even knew the point where it was to happen. "The Wanderer needs overhauling, and I hope to be able to do so in New York," said Capt. Fox, coming down to the cabin where Ralph Denham was reading. "How long will the break detain you?" asked Ralph, who was naturally anx 1 ious to report in advance of the time named in the Governor's order. "It is worse than I at first supposed, but we shall be under way again early in the afternoon. The ...

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 December 1898

'" I 7le 1ar rqqr-Denmocrat. SUBrLISHED EVERY 8ATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. JAMEB N. TURNER. Publisher and Proprietor. MUBSCRIPTION : o00 PER YEAR. Satuday, December 3, 1898. The negro soldiers gave so dis graced the army with their conduct lately that President McKinley has been called upon to get rid of them, which he is seriously thinking of doing. New Orleans s talking;of extend- F ing her gay Carnival season to one week instead of only three days as it has been in years past. Mardi Gras o draws many thousands to:.the Cres- t cent City. The Republicans will have a majori- o ty of sixteen in the next House. It is a slim majority, but when they get n done ousting honestly elected Demo- n crats, as they threaten to do, no doubt their majority will be much larger. P The City of Lake Charles has put d up the liquor license to $500. As n Lake Charles is a city of nearly 7,000 0 inhabitants, the license is not too a hilgh, but a town the size of Lake p Providence, of shbout 1000 inh...

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 December 1898

EGREAT GUNSI S GREAT GUNS! Jere wsd are again to shoo the public we have the mot 'complete ltocl1 of Grogerieg in own I II Olives, Asparagus. Fancy Table Syrup, Olive Oil. French Peas, Sugar House Molases, Fancy Pickles. Mnshroons, Shred Codfish, Loose Pickles., Lye Homony. Pigs Feat, ChowDi Pickes. California Fruits, Fat Mackerel, CHorseow ChoRadishw. Pine Apple, Rolled Beef, HFancyrse Radish, Huckin's Soups, Pickled Herring. Fancy Sances, Mince Meat. Fancy Sardine's, ('elery Salt, Buckwheat, Fancy Salmon, Pickled Onions, Cracked Wheat, Brawn, Shred Cocoanut, Oat Meal, Corn Beef, Cranberries. Petti Johns Breakfast Food, Shrimp. Gelatine. Cordova Coffee, Fancy Cakes, Cosmo Tea, Rio Coffee, Fancy Candies, Corn Starch. Java Coffee, Fresh Creamery Butter, -Pulverized Sugar, Spices, Gold Band Hams, Cut Loaf Sugar, Maple Syrup, Acorn Breakfast Bacon, Nul megs, POSTAL'S ELEGANT FLOUR. WiiNICE LINE OF IMPORTED CHINAWARE. HARDWARE, GLASSWARE, STOVES, TIN WATER SETS, CHILDREN'S BATH TUBS. B...

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 December 1898

f r' Fall Medicine - fully as important and Benefi  "delal as 8pring Mediione. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is just the medicine Sketbhe blood rich and pure, create an Jo sy ;:, give good digestion and tono i(1 =d strengthen the great vital organs. It R sdl. s of malaria, fevers and other forms ly el Illness which so readily overoome a J1 weak and debilitated system. I Hood's Sarsaparilla r Is Amerles's Greatest Medicine. Wi NHed's Pills oure indisestion. S ccnts. til UNIFORMS IN AFRICA. 'the ! atives Show a Love of Boldiers' In Cast-of Garmentes. 'In the course of my travels in of South Africa I have been greatly Ti struck by the fondness of the natives C, for gaudy apparel, particularly un- fa S brms. These are the cast-off unl- , ormn s of the various regiments that E have been statiened in the country th Srom time to time. Here at Durban th one can see every day scores of na- Ni tives dressed In most ludicrous fash- a: ion, partially clothed in military ap- r parel, the coats usually ...

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. — 10 December 1898

A r VOL. XI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST.CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1898. NO. .t ... . ....a .a.a-.-a. S+Za clsoihj0Ir and Ik In obedience to Capt. Denham's last rders, as well as in anticipation of be- ll tag soon ordered to sea, Lieutenant , Hedges, now in command, set all the car crew to work, painting and tarring and greasing, so that the Sea Hawk looked Do like a huge floating hive, about which a do great number of strange bees were wh working with restless dustry. not as Ralph Denham's adopted father, he st felt that a ireat responsibility had been imposed on him by that young gentle- not man's absence. He rowed outena-or, rather, had himself rowed, for he wentca "catrewin crabto" as faing and tbackwardng an is called, whenever he got oar in his a d hands-uire Condeveral times a day; and he rej would n'tlimb up the deck, and stand he with his feet apart and one eye shut. and his face upturned to the men aloft, to in a way that was highly amusing. SEvery man on board...

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. — 10 December 1898

tffle Barrlrqr-Dertocrat. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. Sli JAMES N. TURNER, der Publisher and Proprietor. be qUBCCftIPT1ON : $200 PER YEAR. Pr' Jui 4aturday, December 10, 1898. del hat President McKinley is going to J. find out that the peace treaty will be Bi bitterly opposed, and that the oppo- Mc sition is coming from a majority of kii Republican Senators. Pit Congress convened on Monday. Bu Among other things that will occupy the attention of Congress will be the To raising of the standing army to 100, 000; the treaty of peace with Spain, ma which will be fought bitterly; and the war deficiency and many other 15 issues. cal Wimberly is now in Washington of working up his side of the case and be, he thinks that he will be confirmed, U but his opponents say they will have air less trouble in defeating his confirma- he' tion than they had in defeating ' Demas. They are after him with a pretty big knife up their sleeve. wi oc Gen. Will H. Tunnard of Shreve- ca po...

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. — 10 December 1898

S-GREAT GUNSf! _ GREAT GUNS! fere me are again to dhow the public m e have the molt complete Rtog1 of Glrogerieg in Towun II Olives. Asparagus. Fancy Table Syrup, Olive Oil, French Peas, Sugar House Molases, Fancy Pickles, Mnsbroons, Shred Codfish, Loose Pickles, Lye Homony, Pigs Feat, Dil Pickles. California Fruits, Fat Mackerel, Chow Chow, Pine Apple, Rolled Beef. Horse Radish. Huckin's Soups, Pickled. Herring, Fancy Sauces, Mince Meat, Fancy Sardine's. Celery Salt, Buckwhbeat, Fancy Salmon, Pickled Onions, Cracked Wheat, Brawn, Shred Cocoanut, Oat Meal, Corn Beef. Cranberries, Petti Johns Breakfast Food, Shrimp, Gelatine. Cordova Coffee, Fancy Cakes, Cosmo Ten, Rio Coffee. Fancy Candies, Corn Starch. Java Coffee, Fresh Creamery Butter, Pulverized Sugnar Spices, Gold Band Hams, Cut Loaf Sugar, Maple Syrup, Acorn Breakfast Bacon, Nutmnegs, POSTAL'S ELEGANT FLOUR. * iNICE LINE OF IMPORTED CHINAWARE. HARDWARE, GLASSWARE, STOVES, TIN WATER SETS, CIILDREN'S BATH TUBS. Bagging and Ties...

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. — 10 December 1898

NInstI Aglt GOanMMTS. The 'Porto Ricans demonstrate their patriottom by shouting for freedom and feeding themselves. , t i a great misfortune for Spain that the war has not brought on a new set of men to the front to play parts in :aicr politics. I 1897 Iouth Africa imported $1, 4t7,534 worth of bicycles. In the civ SIlation process the wheel seems to take precedence of the railway. And now the impetuous young Ger La5 Emperor has become a fireman. 41 last he has a wide open opportunity tp extinguish himself. The feminine enthusiasm over SBel#, surpasses that displayed toward Hon to a degree which suggests an tion to make a distinctbn be tWn a lieutenant and an admiral. Spain says she will "Insist" on cer taL interpretations, etc., etc. Well there will be several American fellows present to take a hand in the interpre tati business, so let the work go 0.. 11'Vey was satisfied to only take up:,f th ends of the Manila episode. T~ Spaniards ought to congratulate thW*l ves that he did ...

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