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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 21 January 1899

VOL. XI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1899. NO p2 - arranged to have the Sea Hawk de pleted of ammunition, so that she r could make little or no resistanco should it become necessary to nppeal to his last resort-force. By fair means or foul he should get Lea Hedges and Ellen Conditon board the Wanderer. with such other maid ," ens as bad struck the coarse fancies of his other officers, and then put to sea with two fleet vessels that would ~ .R ! -enable him to plunder right and left SO r without fear, and to destroy any force S " that might be sent against him. He CHAPTER XX-Contlnued. the p "'Do you think, Captain, that that chief, bloody Kidd is coming up this way?" alive 'I am inclined to think he is." serve "If he does will you fight him?" onl "That's what I am here for," said he re By this time they had reached the terms shore, where Frenauld was waiting Sol with the boat, and Fox and his party rying searted for the Wanderer. succe The man wh...

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. — 21 January 1899

'WIe Banrnr-Denjocrat. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. JAMES N. TUIRNERI Publisher and Proprietor. JUBSCRIPTION : $2t00 PER YEAR. Saturday January, 21, 1899. The State penitentiary has within Its walls or on levee works 1072 convicts. During. the year just closed 26 were discharged. 9 died, 4 escaped, 5 pardoned and 38 com muted. Harry T. Howard, of Billoxi, Miss., carries a life insurance of $300,000, and State Senator L. A. Trosclair of Lnfourche, La., a life insurance of $200.000. It is said that they carry the heaviest life in surance of any two men in the South. The Admiralty Court of London I found the steamship La Bourgoyne, of the French line, alone to blame for the collision with the British steamer Cromartyshire, near Sable Island, or July 4th last, when five hundred lives were lost by the sink- r ing of the La Bourgoyne. Shreveport has had within the past t three months several disastrous fires. , Some of the finest stores in the city- C have burnen, and ...

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. — 21 January 1899

MAGUIE SCHNEID1ER EXTEND thanks to their friends and customers for the courtesies extended them during the year 1898, and ask for a liberal share of their patronage during the year 1899................. We call your .attention to our late arrivals: Mushrnons, Rolled Beef, Asparngus. French Peas, Pigs Feat, Pine Apple, Pride Illiuois Corn, Loose Pickles, Mince Meat. Fancy Soups, Queen Olives, Prunes, California Fruits, Lunch Tongue, Codfish. Holland Herring, Waukesbha Cheese, Celery Salt, Fat Family Mackerel, Cream Cheese. IRISH POTATOES, Sugar House Mu,lases, Maple Syrup, ONIONS. POSTEEL'S ELEGANT FLOUR. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran and Peruna Feed. THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, Saturday, January 21, :899. J. E. IANDELT., Wt. II. MONTGOMERY, F. X. RANSDELL. Notary Public and - Insurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdell Attorneys at Law -A ND Real Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La. had WILL PRACTICE IN TIHE COURTS OF yeas EAST CARROLL, WEST CARROLL AND was MADISON PARISHES, AND TIlE STATE Ver SUIPREME...

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. — 21 January 1899

Cured < $d 4u$ePd byNeed's SarsaOP ;r, : fld Nealth Is Good. S% rtzfise*ed tor lowg time with os : htel s ba letNg io my head. I b St~s  ood's Sarsaparills , a.d it did IA et - good. My saerlagst from. s ever satnd my beath s good." b :A.ýA. hbb. lewasi, !ane u'9 #arsaparilla s e Head444 $1; 1d fzr IL PIN ae -t d.r lb,. so.,a,. o oi*'O1L S DIRTIST PEOPLE. " .:6000 et h Ommeas sasps Who Rest w ilowr " west sad Never wase. f;i dlfS to UI Petit Journal of S;1 dirtest people in the world, d e than Leot. Peary found S~it u, have recently been dis  by Russian traveler and ex M. $lsaoviff, n the Caucasus. Idwel nla a almost Inaccessible range In a strip of territory the Black sea and the Caspian  d for the last 2,500 years, ac to the scientist, they have re e4st in the same primeval condi m. ` ,t y areT alled Svaactias, and ii . rg e, although eonsltng of all Iusmse tone hovels, without any aula 'at term or adornment, even s: s nas natre might suggest to them, i s~ t withet a...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 28 January 1899

VOL. XI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1899. .---- _____ ______ **~1** w~y~uiyt OHNROSBRSUNIOUW Sstrange strand with strange faoet about them. Men, who frequently aot bravely anc conspicuously on occasions of grea' darnger, have not the slightest recollec tion of their acts, when the danger anc iexcitement are over. Something Ike this flashed througt , Ralph Denham's mind, as with h:s eyes Sclo-ed he threw himself tack on hit couch, while Dinah put on his shoes anc stockings. ~Last night I took too much wine cz S the Wanderer. Bhe must have beet Ga { Or mo rd Cle wrecked off Montauk Point, after th4 rudder was repaired, and in so ne way .-... aA hri- T am mnM- ni CHAPTER XXI-Conttnned. Dinah poinle 1 her staff in the direc- Dlee lion she wishei them to take; but Old iomonk, the only one that was not in wher an attitude to Mtart right off, called gra out: gras. "We were left here by the chief, and any told to stay as we value our lives. HC "Hold!" ...

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. — 28 January 1899

WF)e Baurrnr-Denmocrat. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA. JAMES N. TURNER, Publiuster sad Proprietor. SJBSCRIPTION : $2 00 PER YEAR. Saturday January, 28, 1899. New Orleans has called a cotton congress to meet just after the close of Mardi Gras, and there is no doubt a large number of prom inent cotton raisers from all aver the South will be in attendance. The pleasure yacht Paul JoneS, missing since the 5th of the month. is now known to have been wrecked while in the Gulf of Mexico, and the whole party lost. All hope has been given up that some of them might have been saved. President McKinley shows by his Louisiana appointments made last week that no white man need apply. The "coons" are getting in their work; and what a drubbing the respectable lily white Republicans are catching is a caution. A large mass meeting was held in New York on Saturday last to de- i rounce the expansion policy. There - were many leading men present wbo spoke against the annexation of 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. — 28 January 1899

MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER EXTEND thanks to their friends and customers for the courtesies extended them during the year 1898, and ask for a liberal share of their patronage during the year 1899............. W e call your attention to our late arrivals: Mushroons, Rolled Beef. Asparagus, French Peas, Pigs Feat, Pine Apple, Pride Illinois Corn, Loose Pickles. Mince Meat, Fancy Soups, Queen Olives, Prunes, California Fruits, Lunch Tongue, Codfish, Holland Herring, Waukesha Cheese, - Celery Salt, Fat Family Mackerel, Cream Cheese. IRISH POTATOES, Sugar House Molases, Maple Syrup, ONIONS. POSTEEL'S ELEGANT FLOUR. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran and Peruna Feed. THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, Saturday, January 28, :899. A. . RANSDELL, VI. I. MO OMERY, F. X. RA~oDELL. Notary Public -- and -Insurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdell Attorneys at Law - A ND- Real Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La. WILL PRACTICE IN TlHE COURTS OF EAST CARROLL, WEST CARROLL AND MlADISON PARISHES, AND THE STATE SUPREME COURT. Cifton F....

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. — 28 January 1899

30ae Rest Every TnIme,When g.0 uy MAedlOlne. ,ta valuable to be triled with. " Get Hood's E515ssp3a - Awtil have the best medicine PU a b - the medicine that res be o lesfath you iveesvery reason r it WW do for you what it has tr etbam. hmesmber ce 's Sarsaparilla m'seeassatMedhldeta. Price Si. ye } pu"srme are tfvorlte .seta a tfu cal authorities are of to ;i u that the south will be prac- th treed from the standing menace ed 9 . W"Nw oeiver as soon as American la cban be brought to bear on the m / at saltation in our newly se- co 2pr1vlades. Santiago is a very a: of flth, and there is not for cr `. ger Aicr reasonable assurance th a epidemic may not break out in S'he sacrifice of the principle re and ports ,of Cuba through their be pgMeation by Are will be a cheap a sad eminently suitable operation, pro- a, 5Reed It eventuates in that cleanliness m Aomes by fire alone. The im- a Sof the South from such a p il be secured at a most rea latek if the predictions of the .arm e tfulfl...

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. — 4 February 1899

VOL. . 3 . V.bLe &znftNEEASereLLnARIA.d. VOL. XI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1899. NO. 34'>, made all the motions, and declared them carried, wthout waiting for the others to give an opinion. /. I In this conference it was deoide'I that Dinah and Untilla should at once go cc back to the Captain, carrying with them additional arms and a complete disguise; and, after assuming this dis guise, he was to make his way with all speed to the Squire's house, and take possession of his own old room, where be must await further developments. GY º Or d In the meantime the Squire 7-uld find either Lieutenant Hedges or Valentine Dayton, and bring them to the house. CHAPTER XXII--Contiau4. ' The people of Sag Harbor were never burprised at seeing Dinah. She was ln th.l habit of appearing suddenly on the one street that then constituted the town, and disappearing as mysteriously as she came. The citizens who claimed to be above superstition weore very su...

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. — 4 February 1899

The tUBILISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT r~ t:lil LAKE I'IOVII)ENCE. LA. and it JAMES N. TURNER. cstimn Publisher and Proprietor. c;op Sposte& QllHiCRIr'TION: $24() PER YEAR. looks 'rht Saturday Febuary, 4, 1899. Tht ----- - - _ -- _ =_P__ Admiral Mnntijo is to be tried by sourtl courtmartial at Madrid for allowing lmodil Dewey to destroy his squadron in beet Manila bay. It was a case of you lishet could'nt help yoursell with Mr. i12,00 Montejo. cstini not o Arkansas seems to be in the ci'itch- the A cof an epidemic of small pox. ThV re I, tl are several countic~ in which the for t disease has gotten to be epidemic. pratt Over four hundred cases are reported that from the vicinity of Salem, in Fulton est county. necti S.Lite t The "Luexow' committee appoint- to n ed by the Missouri legislature to in- crop vestigate into the alleged political s "lthi rottenness in the city of St. Louis, in it has gone to work. Reports say that the there are many ward politicians of wbit that city who ar...

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. — 4 February 1899

STR, HILL CITY BRINGS US A NICE LOT OF FANCY GROCERIES!!! Gold Brand Hnms, Celery Salt, French Peas, (;old Brand Breakfast Bacon, Gherkin's, Fancy Corn, Spiced Herring, Loose Pickles, Fancy Soups, Rolled Beef, Tomato Catsup, Lunch Oysters, Fat Mackerel. Olive Oil, "Chipped Beef, Shredded Codfish, Queen Olives. Lunch Tongue, Hecker's Rolled Oats, Mushroons. Maple Syrup, Buckwheat, Asparagus, Sugar House Molasses. Postel's Elegant Flour. 175 proof Oil. 15cts per gallon; California Fruit, 2Octs per can: Irish Potatoes, 25cts per peck; Fresh Creamery Butter, 3Octs Per pound. FREE DELIVERY WITHIN CORIORATE LIMITS. Hay, Corn, bats, Bran and Purina Feed. MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER, - - - - Lake Street. THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, Saturday, Febuary 4, 1899. J. E. RANSDE.I.I., W. II. MONTO(;MERY. F. X. IIANSDELL. Notary Public and -- Insurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdell Attorneys at Law - A ND- Real Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La, WILL PRIACTICE IN TIlE COURTS OF EAST CARROLL, WEST CARROLL AND M...

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. — 4 February 1899

Sharp Pains Darting from one point to another, stiff and swollen joints, inflammation, inteuse sut tariag, are characteristics of rheumatism. All these painful symptoms are cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla which purifies the blood and neutralizes the acid which is the see of rheumatism. Why ontinue to F suffer when you may be relieved by Hood's Sarsaparilla r AmnIeals Greatest Medicine. Price $1. PrepIl by Q. L Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. Hod'S Pills oure all Liver Ills. cents. CHESTNUTS GROWN IN AMERICA 1 It was tso;ree- of a century ie Po Iat's tanp tign of Euro ches~tnuts that JapawE. chestnuts F( began to attract attectmn tn this country. Probaly the lattest grove of Jaianee ohestanuts in Amsriea is sit- IL sated near Olemiaton, N. J. Here a tr 4t of land 600 sre in area is given A 9vae to the ealture of these tree,. The trct was originally a forest of native SAmerican obestnut trees. They were all eat down, and after the shoots had grown two years they were grafted with the Japan...

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. — 11 February 1899

VOL. XI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL. PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1899. NO. 35 n nmI el i miN arm' a I ilm a f Hal i• Ia I li H ml a i|  . Th $ i &joj*o CHAP'r h M TACT to ram Before calling on Doctor Wedges, , 'aptain Fox ead had a long and, to him- 1 self, atlsfa :tury c::nversation with Un ens of the Monauies. I He ha I broight from the ship a brill int uniform, part of the plunder of a Bpanish gall:on, with a fine sword, a rifle, jewel-hilted dagger, and several wonderful istols, among them a revel ver, as I resents to the chief. As the revolvers now in use were not invented for a century and a half after this, the last named present may seem out of place in the list, but the Portu guese had practical revolvers, very Slumsy, of course, a century before the date of our story. The chief and Fox parted with an understanding that they should meet on the morrow, when the day should be set for dispatchlnJ Ralph Denham. Uncas was so delighted with his presents that he w...

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. — 11 February 1899

T1e Ba rlpgr-1)cle ocrat. PUBLISHEKD EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE I'ROV II)ENCE. LA. --- --o~ --- JAMiES N. TURNER. Publisher and Proprietor. -- -- --- ý - - .~. -- - - - IUBSCRIP'TION: $200 PER YEAR. Saturday Febuary, 11, 1899. According to official figures pub 'iabed at Madrid, 80,000 Spanish soldiers perished, chiefly from sick ness, during the late campaign in Cuba. The lower house of Congress passed the army bill, by a vote of 168 to 125. It provides for 50,000 men, and authorizes the President to increase it to 100.000 if necessary. The river and harbor bill, carry ing an appropriation of thirty million dollars, passed the house by a vote of 160 to 7,-the largest majority ever obtained by any river and har bor bill. In many places in the northwest the thermometer has reached lower than 30 degrees below zero. The suffering is great, and the traffic on railroads have been entirely sus pended. Between Como and Leadville, Col., there has been seventy-one consecu tive days of snow and s...

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. — 11 February 1899

GOODS IN SEASON !! Planting Potatoes, Red Rust Proof Oats, Garden Seed, Onion Setts. PLOWS! ,INLEYP ,S RINEY P S WIII CUTER, PLOW LOINTS, LLANISIDES, BOL'UT, CLEVISES, BLIND BRIDLEs, BACKBANI)S, - AMES, TRACES, COLLAI PADS, COTTON LINE. .BACKBAN. S, Postel's Elegant Flour. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran and Purina Feed. MA GUIRE & S(INEIDBRU THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, Saturday, Febuarv 11, :899. I. E. RAN5DE I,, WV. . MONTGOMERY, '. X. IIANSDELL. Notary 'Public and Insurance Agent. IRansdell&R ansdell Attorneys at Law - A N D Real Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La. lot WILL PRACTICE IN TIlE COURTS OF EAST CARROLL, MWEST CARROLL AND Ir MADISON PARISHES, AND THE STATE I SUPREME COURT. Clfton F. Davis, an -ttJ-at-La.Vu cat -AND- g ELeal l3state Agt., off Lake Providence, La. the HAVING JUST FINISHED A COMPLETE last ABSTRACT OF ALL THE LANDS IN EAST to I CARROLL. I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH Wi] ABS'(A'CTS OF TITLES ON SHORT NOTICE, to I thai E. WAYLES BROWNE, Vai COURT hi STENOGRAPHER AND NO...

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. — 11 February 1899

Cood SR-rlnd most profltab Digestion t is absolut Waits oa appetite, or it should do so, but uon. this can be only when the stomach a i a The peoph healthy condition. Hood's Sarsaparilla e* Astor's big t toaes and strengthens the stomach that it country can dgests food easily and naturally and tham table as wel all dyspePtie troubles vanish. Itl Hood's Sarsaparilla The latest V Amfevics's Greatest MSd*lo. Prlce SL promise of Hoo-d's PillS cre Litver ILL'0 icnt. is cheap eno -affections, - Many people suppose that the use of anmonop mahogany for the manufacture of fur- likely to av aiture is very ancient. As a matter American f facet, the first record we have of this ing to spen rare wood is in 1695, when Sir Walter their wares Ktaleigh repaired one of his ships with Paris the go It in the port of Trinidad. The next inhabitants we hear of mahogany is many yeat lg countrit later, when an Englishman who was Africa, Soul sailing tfrm one of the West Indie and other ( nsd quite a lot of ...

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. — 18 February 1899

VOL. XI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1899. N.3 li~fff Gaagot " CHAPTER XXIV. A-LPR T ENHAW MASI S SOME ARRANGEMNNTS. Squire Condit was a man of force. He could find no one to row him to the Sea Hawk, but he did find a canoe with a paddle in it; and in his younger days there was not an Indian on the bay who could excel him in the manage ment of one of those unsteady convey anoes. It is not necessary to recount the Lroubles he had in getting aboard the ship, where his coming caused no little consternation to the night watch. He found Lieutenant Hedges and Val entine Dayton very busy. He took them to one side, told them his astounding story, and brought Valentine back in hig canoe. V, When the Squire found Ralph was in the house, and in his own room, he ran and caught the young Captain in his 'arms, and for some minutes he was so overcome by his emotions that he could not speak. Mrs. Condit, good, prudent woman, closed all the shutters, drew close ...

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. — 18 February 1899

The I3aqr !r-Derocrat. tIBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIIDENCE. LA. to JAMES N. TURNER. an publiisher and proprietor. fo art at CIYBS('RIPTION: $200 PER YEAR. fr it, saturday Fclbuary, 18, 1899. Mrs. Martha 'lance, the Brooklyn lit murdre-s, will die in the electric chair 1ir. doting the week beginning March th 26th. When notified by the warden of Sing Sing she wept bitterly. She in will bIe the first womar, to die in the th electrical chair. pr or Shreveport is moving in the matter be of a cotton miill. A list of subscrip- ra tions for stock hay Ibeen opened and ni' the citizens are signing without soli- i citation. The plant is to cost $100,- of 000. The shares are fixed at $100 w,, payiable i iinstallments at 50 cents in weekly. The mill will he a success. fit Mardi Gras in New Orleans must 'n have been a big disappointment, and w especially to, the large number of at visitors and sight seers who were there from the North. It is too bad hi that the cold weather struck there...

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. — 18 February 1899

GOODS IN SEASON I!! Planting Potatoes, Red Rust Proof Oats, Garden Seed, Onion Setts. PLO\W S! i BRINLEY PLOWS, BRINLEY PLOWS WITII CUTTER, PLOW LOINTS, LANDSIDES, BOLTS. CLEVISE4, BLIND BRIDLES, BACKBANDS, IIAMES, TRACES, COLLAR PADS, COTTON LINE. Postel's Elegant Flour. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran and Purina Feed. MIAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER. THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, Saturday, Febuary 18, 1899. ,J. E. RANDEIL, WV. H. MONTGOMERY, F. X. IRANSDELL. Notary I'ublic and -Insurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdell Attorneys at Law -A ND Real Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La. WILL PRACTICE IN TILE COURTS OF EAST CARIIr.L, WEST CARIOLI. AND MAISION PARISIIES, AND THE STATE SIPIWEME COURT. Clfton F. Davis, A.tty-at-I.Taw -AND RIeal "-state .Am t., Lake Providence, La. HAVING JUST FINISHED A COMPLETE ABSTRACT OF ALL 'IIE LANDS IN EAST ('AIIOLL. I A1 I'REPARED TO FURNISHI ABSTACTS OF TITLES oN SHlORT NOTICE, E. WAYLES BROWNE, ('OUIR'r STENOGRAPIIER AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Local and Parish News. The winitry south...

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. — 18 February 1899

Rheumatism ' is eased by acid in the blood. Hood's arsaparilla neutralizes this acid and cures the ashes and pains. Do not suffer any longer when a remedy is at hand. Take the great medicine which has cured so many others, and you may confidently expect it will give you the relief you so much desir. Sarsa Hood s parilla is America's Greatest Medicine. Price $1. I Prepared by C. I. Hdod & Co., Lowell, Mass. Hood's Pills cure sick headache.a . HAVE DOOS SOULS? What Many Great Authors #a* Sea on This lubject. With regard to the immortality of dogs or other animals, many opinions might be cited in the affirmative, says the Westminster Review. As Lamar tine says: "No! God will never quench His spark divine, Whether within some glorious orb it shine, Or lighten up the spaniel's tender gaze Who leads his poor blind master through the maze Of this dark world." -Translation. "I has never been able to persuade my heart and my understanding that dowgs has na immortal sowls," pants the Shep...

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