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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 23 February 1899

VOL. XI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1899. NO.37 VOL. XI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1899. * NO. 37 CIO' rh p6~i CHAPTER XXIV-Continued. The book was brought, and Ralph Denham, who knew the characteristics of every man on board, called out the fifty, or rather forty-nine names he wanted, end Valentine wrote them down. "Now, have them assemble quietly in the ward room," said the captain. Within ten minutes the sailors were gathered in the ward room, where lights were lit and the doors guarded. Captain Denham removed his dis guise before meeting the men, but as they supposed he was in New York, their surprise and joy may be imagined at seeing him. As has been said, he knew every man present, and they had been boys to gether. He could trust them as im plicitly as he could Mr. Hedges or Mr. Valentine. They were more than a lot of ordinary young sailors, they were seamen of rare intelligence, any one of whom cou...

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. — 23 February 1899

t'UBLIStHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE P'I()VIDENCE. LA. JAMES N. TUIRNER. Publisher and Proprietor. (;IBSCItI'TION: $200 I)ER YIWR. Saturday Febuary, 23, 1899. It takes $113,000,000 now to pay off the pensioners. T'he number of pensioners continue(s to increase. The situation at St. Louis caused l,y the river being frozen, is becom ing serious. The valiue of the iloat ing property in that harbor is esti mated at $1.000.(000 and only a third of the pIroperty is covered by insur ance. Captain J. 'Pinickney Smith died last week in New Orleans. lie was one of the leading citizens of that city a"l a high Mason. At one time lie was buiuness manager of the D)aily States ani mnlde it the leading even ing paper of New Orleans. M. Loubet, president of the Sen ate, was elected president of the French Republic by the Congress at Versalles. Paris is almost crazy over his election. his connection with the Panama scandals has caused a great deal of feeling, and there has been riots and lights 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. — 23 February 1899

.....FRESH ARRIVALS THIS WEEK..... GOLD BAND IJAMS, (OLD BAND BREAKFAST BACON, FANCY SALMON, FAT MACKEREL. ROLLED OATS, SI EDI) PEAS, G(;ATEDI PINE APPLE, II[ICKINS SOUPS. FIRENCII OYSrERS, MUSLiROONS, OLIVES, EANCY PICKLES, CIIOW CIOW. LYE HOMEY. Planting Potatoes, Red Rust Proof Oats, Garden Seed, Onion Setts. PLO VS BRINIEY PLOWS, BRINLEY PLOWS WITH CU, FTER PLOW LOINTS, LANSIDES, BOLTS, CLEVISES, BLIND BRIDLES, BACKBANDS, IIAMIES, TRACES, COLLAR PADS, C'OTTON LINE. Postel's Elegant Flour. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran and Purina Feed. MAUIRE & SCH NEIDER. THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, Saturday, Febuarv 25, :899. J. E. IIANDFT.LL, W. II. MONTGOMERY, F. X. RANSDELL. Notary PIublic and SInsurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdell Attorneys at Law - A N D Real Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La. NVILL I'IACTICE IN THE COURTS OF EAST CARROLL, WEST CARROLL AND MADISON PARISIES, AND TIIE STATE SUI'IEME COURT. Cifton F. Davis, .tty-at-I..aw -AND ANE-eal a Istate A.Lt., Lake Providence, La. HAVING JUST ...

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. — 23 February 1899

S do ou to take Hood's. arsaparlla is estimation. It will give you warm, I' , soarshing blood, strengthen your arvns, tone your stomach, create an appe asad make you feel better in every way. a wonderful Invigorator of the system "w rdsoff olds, fevers, pneumonia and best winter medicine is ý , Sarsa IP S parilla Seld by all dealers in medicine. Price. S eed's Pille eure biliousness. indigestion Where Dish Spend the Winter. James B. Church, of Tiverton, Rhode Island, a recognised authority on fish and their habits, thus writes: Fwsh are, except the birds, the best pilots in the world. Either the birds or fish know more when asleep about piloting than a man pilot does when awake. Now, as to the habits of fish. They come on the coast in the spring, when the migratory instinct starts them out of their winter's sleep. In winter they are in a dormant state, like the bear, skunk and woodchuck. The old theory that fish migrated south is all wrong. Fish simply leave the coast and go off sh...

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 March 1899

VRC,, NO. 38 VOL. XI. ]LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 4 1899. .. .. - ......,..,., . .. ... , ,---:  m.-----:.... .. T' + iW MM W Sme r ' 14 J) Cja & -go eot hey CHIAPTER XXV-Continued. h Mrs. Hedges is a great admirer of U Ralph Denham, and if she was the only Dno to consult, no obstacle would have tw been thrown in the way of his union tin wth her dan.hter. re, It may surprise the reader to know to that, in view of the incontrovertible knowledge these young ladies had of br Capta'n Fox, that they should ever w think of going on board his ship. 1h, lint they hail a double object; at least m, they reasoned themselves into the belief to that they had; and then they could not Oven imagine the act of perfidy contem- wi pl'ated by the pirate. !, They knew that the entertainment ba was a part of Fo·'s scheme to keep the people of Sag Harbor blind to the ac- I, lual purpose, the capture of the Sea liawk. Aga n, Lea He lges and Ellen Condit m, were devoure...

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 March 1899

PUBLISIED EVERtY SIA' UIDAY AT LAKE I'ROVIJ),\H'NCE. LA. Publisher and Proprietor. auBS('IhI'TION: $20l PElt' YEAR. naturday March 4, 18:90. The hig Stae F:tir to he hell in th. city of New Orleans during the month of Al:ril ill hIe a regular cx position, and there is not a p)ari.h in the State that shouhl not help nmake it a success in every way possible. At the tri-annual session of the Woodmen of the World hehl in Lit tie Rock, Ark., last week, there were three hundred relresentati res of the Order present. The rapid in crease in menihershil) of the Wood teen is wonderful. Three of the New Orleans mem bers of the State Board of Health have sent in their resignations to the' Governor. The reasons given are that the duties of the hi ard interfere with their private practice. There are rumors that the entire board will resign. The maximum daily supply of water to Greater New York is 400, 000,000 gallons. The reserve heldl in storage is 44,200,000,000 gallons. During 1898 the averag...

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 March 1899

.....FRESH ARRIVALS THIS WEEK..... GOLD BAND IIAMS, GOLD BAND BREAKFAST BACON, FANCY SALMON, FAT MACKEREL, ROLLED OATS, SIFI'ED PEAS, GRATED PINE APPLE, IIIUCKINS SOUPS, FRENCHI OYSTERS, MUSriROONS, OLIVES, EANCY PICKLES, CIOW C110W, LYE IIOMEY. Planting Potatoes, Red Rust Proof Oats, Oardeh Seed, Onion Setts. PLOW S! BRINILEY PLOWS, BRIIINLEY PLOWS WITH (CUTITER, PLOW LOINTS, LANI)IDEb, BOI,''S. CLEVISES, BILINI) Billl)LE,- II ACKI AND)S, ]JIAMES, TIRACES, COLLAR PADS, COTTON LINE. . Postel's Elegant Flour. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran and Purina Feed. MAUIRE & SCHNEIDER. THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT., Saturday, March 4, 1899. J. E. RANSDELL. \V. II. MONTGOMERY, 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 TIlE COURTS OF EAST CARROLL, WEST CARIROLL AND MIADISON PARISHES, AND THE STATE SUPREME COURT. Clfton F. Davis, -AND AEDeal ELstate Asgt., Lake Providence, La. HAVING JUST FINISHE...

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 March 1899

Pains and Aches Of Rheumatism Make Countless CHAP Thousands Suffer. THE But this disease is cured by Hood's Sar saparilla, which neutralises the aid in the Ksan blood. If you have any symptoms of Bee rheumatlsm take Hood's Sarsaparila at the once and do not waste time and money on Util unknown. preparatlons. The merit of Hood's arsaparilla is unquestioned and its Efru record of cures unequalledu fruit Hood's Sarsaparilla av IsAmeric'seGreatestMedicineforrheumatiam trem Hood's Pills curseallliver lls. 6 cent. nihil STran AUO. 26 HIS UNLUCKY DAY. Mast seel S. Xagnsh Coleer Always Breaks a ing I wsom TSn Date. cidei One of the most conservative )our- at tli abls in the world is the London Lan- Bald set, the conductors of which never cent give curreney to extraordinary stories aver In connection with medicine and rur- 16 until after careful investigation head a been made. Under these clroum- cost ktanses a narrative contributed to a cost kecent issue of the Lancet has unusual take Inte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 11 March 1899

&z nnerDUemrnj.Ž. VOL. XI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1899. NO. 39 Imploring eyes, and the outlaw - . shouted: . "I am Captain Kidd, and your daugh ter's in my keeping!" Again Frenauld shouted for the men to pull away. An!l as they did so, Doc ; ( ter Hedges fell back in the boat and i i looked to be dead. CHAPTER XXVIf THE SXA HAWK COMES UP. AND THE SIGNAL IE l , FIRED. T The town of Sag Harbor was ext ited C OI | to Its center by the conduct of Captain CHAPTElR XXVI-Continued. The sound of gnawing, whic slopped while the officer was pr, was again resumed, and Ralph Dt was on the floor, cl!ose to the place which the soun I came. Outside the bustle and noise of being lowered, and the deep. gru ders of the sailors could be I &aptain Fox was preparing to cc more of his treasure on shore. Tired of his l ositlon on the Captain Denham went back. and lalling in a whisper with one of his ris eyes still bent in the alrectic the partition, when he...

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 March 1899

i'UBLISIIED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE I'ROVIDENCE. LA. JAMES N. TURNER. Publisher and Proprietor. 7JIISCRIIPTION $2 00 PER YEAR. Saturday March 11, 1899. ___~~~~__ - _~ ------ ''The State Universit y at Baton Rouge has two hundred and eighty one stuwlents. This is quite a large number, but the sch(ool shoull have more. It is a school that every Louisianian, should he proud of. Geo. Dewey. the hero ot Manila, is now Rear Admiral, made so by special act of Congress. and a blue flagjwith four stars floats to the breeze over his llagship Ulympia. Ilis sal aary is $13,500. A cyclone passed over Madison villa, Tenn., on Sunday night last, destroying a large amount of property and killing a great many people. Georgia and Alabana had a touch of it, and several people killed. A powder magazine containing fifty thousand kilogrammes of pow der, exploded( on Sunday last at La Gouban, in the South of France, killing a large number of soldiers and a number of inhabitants in the sur rounding distric...

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 March 1899

.,...FRESH ARRIVALS THIS WEEK..... G()LD BAND IIAMS, GOLD BAND BREAKFAST BACON, FANCY SALMON, FAT MACKEREL. ROLLED OATS, SIF TED PEAS, GRATED PINE APPLE, IIITCKiNS SOUPS. FRENCHi OYSTERS, MUSiiROONS, OLIVES, EANCY PICKLES, CHOW CHOW, LYE HOMEY. Planting Potatoes, Red Rust Proof Oats, Garden Seed, Onion Setts. PLOW S! BRINLEY PLOWS, IIiNLE PLOWS WIT,- CUTTER, PLOW LOINTiS, SLANI)SIDES, OLT'l, , CLEVISE, BLIND BlIDILES, BACKlANDS, IlAMES, 'RACES, COILAIRPADS, COTTON LINE. Postel's Elegant Flour. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran and Purina Feed. MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER. THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, O Saturday, March 11, .899. J. E. IIANaDELL, W. II. MONTGOMERY, J. Y. IX. ANSDELL. Notary Public and - Insurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdell Attorneys at Law ----A N D-- AReal Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La. WILL I'IA(TICE IN TIlE COURTS OF EAST CAIRROLL VEEST CAIItoL. AND MAIISON PAIISIIES, AND THlE STATE S -PREIME COURT. Cifton F. Davis, Atty-at-Law -AND 3Ieal Etatate Agt., Lake Providence, La HAVING...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 11 March 1899

Warm Blood uocrsing through the veins, feeds, nour- I ishes and sustains all the organs, nerves, musoles and tissues of the body.'! Hood's Sarsaparilla makes warm, roich, pui blood. It is the best medicine you can take in winter. It tones, invigorates, strengthens and fortifies the whole body, plventing colds, fevers, pneumonia and the grip. S 8arsa- Y Hood's arllla I. America's Greatest Medicine. Price $1. Prepared by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. Hood's Pills cure Sick Headache. 50. don far BRUIN DESERVED BETTER FATE eitI adv Rode Safely on a Coweateher Only to COl se Slait on RBeebing Town. kill Not long ago as a railroad train was Ing passing through Wilder's cut, near Ol- the cut, Pa., the engineer was astonished an to see a black bear coming around a it i sharp curve. The cut is so narrow wh that there is hardly room for a man rig] to stand aside and allow an engine to we pass without striking him. Bruin was anD more amazed than the engineer. In- and stead of stepping as...

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 March 1899

VOL. XI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1899. NO. 40 v ý d N~6r6so tIIAPTER XXVII--Continued. Lieutenant Hedges tried to induce Untilla to go below and occupy Captain Denham's cabin, but to his solicitations she replied: "Why lie down when I am not weary and cannot sleep. No; I shall stand and drink in your daring with my eyes if I cannot help with my hands. Day will soon be here, and the Montauks must find me ready." "But surely. Intilla, you will not ex pose yourself to dan .er. We have lenty of men to do the work, and your Ife is precious-very precious to me- to all of us." "The Great Spirit commands; I wear the plumes and carry the spear of the mighty Wyandauch. Where they are seen the Montauks will follow; and where could they be seen ut in my keeping. To-morrow's sun will see me as now standing by your side," said the ' hero a princess. f "Ah, Untilla, would that it were my fate to stand by your side through all 0 the suns of my life." a Alarmed...

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 March 1899

T 0e Ianrlirl-Iklcm cr ut. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Al LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. JAMES N. TURNER. Pablisher and Proprietor. sUIBSCRIPTION: $200 PER YEAR. Saturday March 18, 1809. If the negro volunteers, who were mustered out of service last week at Macon, Ga., and acted so disgrace fully by firing off pistols, could have hpd a lot of dynamite placed under the cars that they were in and touched off, they would have re ceived about what was right. The distance between New Or leans and San Francisco is 15,0-2 miles, and when the Nicarauga canal is built the distance will be short ened 11,005 miles. It will also *hortened the distance between New York and San Francisco several hun dred miles. Hon. C. J. Boatner has been almost unanimously indorsed by the entire press of North Louisiana and a great many papers in South Louis inna for the vacancy on the Supreme Bench caused by the death of Justice Miller. There are several after the place, but none have received the in dorsement that Col. Boa...

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 March 1899

T-e S tealer Hill Cily BRINGS A NICE LOT OF FRESH OROGERIES!!! ViN (CAMIP TOMAATOES, CI1OWCHIOW. GOLD BAND IAMS,. IIE(KEll'S IOLLE4D OATS, FRESH CIIEAMRY BUTTER, GOLD BAND BREAKFAST BA FANC Y PICKLES, CANNED BLACKBERRIES, CON, OLIVES, PRIDIIE OF ILLINOIS CORN, LOOSE PICKLES, SilltED CODFISII, FAT MACKEREL, CALIFJRNIA PEACHES, LEMON WA FEIER, MUSiI IOONS, EX I'RA SALTY CRACKERS, GROUNID I'EI'PIER, ASPARAGUS, FANC(Y SYRUP, COCOA, GRATED PINE APPLE, FIIENCHI OYSTERS, SOUPLS, lOcts. A bargain in 2-poud California Peaches. lOcts. Postel's Elegant Flour. Purina Feed, Hay, Corn, Oats and Bran. MAUIRE & SCHNEIDER. THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT iaturday, March 18. 8,dt. J. E. IAN-DE)l.1. W. It. MONTN(O.IRY, I'. X. IA\N DELL. Notary I'ullie -- Insursan'ce Agent. Ransdell&Ransdell Attorneys at Law --A N I- Real Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La, VLT '1 A('TI( E IN TIE ICU[ ;rT OF IAST CAI:'I.L, \ ,'IFT CA.\,IOL AND IADI.ON ]Ja'l~ IIES, AND 'i111 STATE Sr1PItUEM. Cou RT. Clfton F. Davis, Atty-a...

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 March 1899

KegineJt4 a nove5ne new oser "The Three Dragoons," will be pro duced in New York in January. SITL There is no greater mistake than to seek to whet the appetite in hot weath er by savory and highly seasoned dish es, or by cocktails and other appetizers Own before eating. The desire for food is 0 naturally blunted at that seas~on, and S this indication, like most of nature's promptings, should be heeded. Meat, t especially fat meat, should be taken the in small quantity, the diet consisting the mainly of fruit and green vegetables. es At present only the hot water is or is a tap. Later, compartments in the boil square pedestal will be filled with tab- wes lets of compressed tea, cocoa, etc.; are cups will be attached to the base, and 1o10 then the thirsty traveler will only W have to put his penny in the slot, draw is out a compressed packet from the the drawer, drop it into the cup, turn o theo the boiling water by means of another bic1 half-penny, and enjoy his cup of hol it c drink...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 25 March 1899

VOL. XI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1899. NO 41 BILL BUNKER'S NED. the moat of them. in Aa. e, 1web I _ _ 1. A P BILL BUNKER'S NED. le warn't no youthful prodigee As fur from that as fur kin be, A tarnal tougher little cud Never wriggled his toes 'n mud Er rummaged roun' in farmer's mows 'N' pelted stobes at neighbors' cows. Evenings, when th' farmers sot Roun' Dan Jones' stove so hot, All allowed, 'n' each one sod, He'd turn out bad, Bill Bunker's Ned. Time went on 'n' so did he, Cuttin' his capers kind er free, Really didn't do nuthin' bad, Jest a mlscheevous sort er lad; Lots er th' other boys could spell 'N' beat hitn at figgers jest as well, But swappin' knives or savin' dimes He'd beat 'em all a hundred times, Only still when he got ter bed, Farmers' terror, Bill Bunker's Ned. All of er sudden he stiddied down, 'N' ther warn't a boy in all th' town Could swing a better scythe than he Er pick more apples off a tree, 'N' some er th' gossips 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. — 25 March 1899

1'e 1i Barrnr-Dernoorat. _.it~ ~~ . ... . . PUB Eý .'P Y 8 ATURDAY AT LAK1 PROVDENCE.LA. 01ol a JAMES N. TURNER. al publisher and Proprietor. ei - -- - G UBRSCRIPTION: $200 PER YEAR. p li Saturday March 25, 1899. p Hon. Chas. J. Boatner continues s to be endorsed by the press and bar d in nearly ever parish of the State for G the Supreme Judgeship. si p The United States Treasury de- v ficit for February is over $6,700,000. I This brings the total deficit for the " eight months of the fiscal year up to ti $100,000,000. g While the Order of Maecabees it were in session at Omaha, Neb., last , Tuesday, a fire broke out in the $ building and twenty or thirty per- b sons, mostly women and children, 1 were killed and injured. The friends ni Henry Gardis, one of the bank thieves, who was con- l victed sometime ago in New Orleans, 1. are circulating a petition urging the i President to pardon him. He should n be allowed to serve his sentence. t There are too many pardons. -----·-i! The str...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 25 March 1899

-mThe Steani er 1 1 Cl ity BRINGS A NICE LOT OF FRESH GROOERIES!!! VAN CAMP TOMATOES, CHOWCHOW. GOLD BAND HAMS. FANCY PIECKER ROLED OATS, FRESH CREAMRY BUTTER, GOLD BAND BREAKFAST BA. FANCY PICKLES, CANNED BLACKBERRIES, CON, OLIVES, PRIDE OF ILLINOIS CORN, LOOSE PICKLES, LEiON CODFISH, FAT MACKEREIL CALIFORNIA PEACHES, GRLEMON FERS, MUSFIROONS. EXTRA SALTY CRACKERS, CROUND PEPPER, ASPARAGUS, FANCY SYRUP, COCOA GRATED PINE APPLE, FRENCH OYSTERS, SOUPS, lOcts. A bargain in 2-poud California Peaches. lOcts. Postels Elegant Flour. Purina Feed, Hay, Corn, Oats and Bran. MAGUIRE SCRNEIDER. THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. Saturday, March 25, :899. J. E. RAxNDaLL, W. H. MONTCOMERYg F. X. RANBDELL. Notary Public and Insurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdell Attorneys at Law -A ND 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, Atty-at-L.maw. -AND Rteal ",istate .Agt., Lake Providence, La....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 25 March 1899

After the Grip Thetsands of people say Hood's SiAI*P' E rills qulckly restores theappetite, regtlaesr the heart, vitalites the blood, cures those 3 sharp pains, dizlsiness, heavy head, that h tired feeling. Hood's 8arsapsWa has mis- Tb velous power to expel all polsonoss disease ts termes fro the blood, sad overcome the to extreme weakness which s one of the peo- n liar oeffect of the grip. Get only Hood's Sarsaparilla b Ameros's Greatest (Medicine for the grip. d Hood's Pills creoa a iver Imt. soents. -- to eese or sIeehls a Wv dp. t The total cost of the launch of a n modern battleship often amounts to en over $10,000. About five tons of tal- he low and over a ton of oil and soft soap are used in greasing the ways-that is, the slip down which the cradle in hli which the vessel is placed, glides into thes ha Human happiness has no perfect sae sy curity but freedom, freedom none but pr virtue, virtue none but knowledge nat so any freedom, virtue nor knowledge El has any vigor of im...

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