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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 6 May 1899

* ..* ** ze ' * 1, as aannaameanI. vo ---- - **- 5 -tA asksnT TFlPW eitflinTArBA 7WH illiM 1PlubthrP Whalf0 1 & PC AURE 0 --, WHUOEN WALLS. Ovel a winding, waysie wall, Oh, for the kindness that clings and twines Ragged and ro,ugh and gray. Over life's broken wall, There crept a tender and clinging vine That blossoms above the scars of pain, Tirelessly day by dl:y. Striving to hide them all! At last its mantle of softest tint Oh, for the helpful, ministering hands, Covered each jagged seam. Beneficent, willing feet, The straggling waill, half broken down. That s prea:l rich mantles of tender thought Became, with that leafy, tinted crown, O'er life's bard plaoes,till Time has wrought .Fair as an artist's dream. Its htaling-divine, complete. -Lanta Wilson Bmith, in Youth's Companion. THE PURPLE EGG. SOmnened an Emperor and Created a Suicide. BT ANATOLE FRANCE. The other night, while with a nam- erc ber of frieude, I heard a story of a cu' woman who had been driven to a strange sui...

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 May 1899

tfllje I ar n~ir-Demrrocrat. 'PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. JAMti8 N. TURNER, Publisher ands Proprietor. QIUBACRIPTION: $200 PER YEAR. Saturday May 6, 1899. Hon. J. E. Ransdell's Address Be fore the Mississippi- River Commission. To the Honorable President and Members of the Missisaippl,Rtver Commission : Gentlemen:-Ou behalf of the citi zens of East Carroll parish. I desire to lay before you some suggestions rela tive to the extension of the revetment on the Mississil pi river above the town of Providence. and also relative to a short line of levee from a point.:tiear the head of said revetment to the Glen Mary plantation in Bunch's Bend. The present bank revetment above the town of Providence is 10,140 feet in length, and was constructed by you in 1893 and subsequently, at acost of $354.900. You also expended on levees in the rear of said revetmeut and near it, the sum of $81.000, and the State of Louis iana has expended on levees at the same point some $116.000...

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 May 1899

TH/E RIVER IS PLLII/ NAND T-E PEOPLE R NAPPY, w.E Ui JUST RE~-cUoD TmE FOLLOWIoN : .-PILUM PUDDING. NIPRIDE OF ILLINOIS CORN, OL1VES, MUSROONS.-IIOR()N iHARBOR OYSTERS. AWGLIERKIN'S" ASPARAGUS, FAIFYNIA PEACHES, C SYRUPS aII-SHRED PINE APPLE. -S1F FED PEAS. RROUND PEPPER ,-.BLACKBERRIES. OBAItATARIA SIIRIM P. - ROUN 'E IWVAN CAMP TOMATOES, I-LYE IIOMENY. COSMO 'LEA. D' DEV IL ~SI1RED 1IIEC1EI"S IROLLED OATS, UNDERWOOD'S D EV 1 L SRED CODFISH. Ir R-ESHt CIiEAMRY BUT'I ER. FARP.MING IMPLEMENTS A SPECIALTY!! MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER. i.. 'rhn.. Ja of Pilcher' e Point, o, THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. ''" -FOR Saturday, May 6, 1899. (P11' We are a J. E. BRANDILL, IV. H. OITOOy ER HON. JOS. I . oarand Carroll parisl Insuratce Agent. gress for the Judge Ssmu from the Fift ansdell& a l etto the Convention. Attar~ at 1lw -ewW b - A N D-- cousignmeni I and Rakes. L-AJ $ La on band. I WILL rAcTICE IN, Tr~ CouTs orT We bad EAev CARROLL, WseT CARROLL AND C ol. P.a. M]DIIUUI PARIaUl8, AI THE STATE...

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 May 1899

-rth. Amesrea one of the largest weasel tkmily is the "ksher," a : large, long-furred animal, living itnlay by the waterside, and, like it'm y others of the tribe, very partial 'o ish. It weighs about sixteen popnds and its long, richly colored fur is ex ported In great quantities to different parts of Europe, though not often used In this country. A trapped "fsher" will attack any one who comes within reach of the trap chain- and when free will beat of any dog of twice its size. iOeeoM aaliores rm One Ship. The U. . Recetving Ship Vermoat, now over 60 years old, has been the school bonuse for ovrle,00, s rs in our navy. The age and the saoomplehmeant of the Vermont are mfucl thme mo as lasetter's Stomach Bit. tore, wtib has been before the publio for 80 years and has cured innumerable cases of malaria, fever and eague, besiLdes dyupepeg osttpaton, indiess, blood disorders and kidney aseotoas. A Similar EIet. "Which would you rather miss, a train or your dinner?" "Well, I don't kno...

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 May 1899

VOL. XI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1899. NO. 48 THE LONELIEST GIRL. A Jumane 8te*y. When Marcia Andrews moved to Chicago from the country village in which she had always lived she natur ally expected to be a little lonely at rat. But she just as naturally bellev ed that the loneliness would not last $103" She had always got quickly ae quainted with the few new "girls" who had moved into Bridgeport daring he lifetime. She saw no reason why eity people should take any longer to ' fbrma a like ceremony. And she was emore than ready to meet them half way. But the .boys and girls who went to the public school and the Sunday school which Marcia attended in Chi cago already kne* lots of other boys and girls, and, especially as the stranger entered into the class work rather late in the term they were quite fully occupied with their own interests. 80 when Marcia had been going to the Hammond school regularly every day for three months she was very lonely. ...

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 May 1899

Wtle 1ni nnrlr-Democrat. PUBLISHIED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE 1'ROVII)ENCE, LA. JAMES N. TUIRNER. Publisher and Proprietor. qUBSCRIPTION: $200 PER YEAR. Saturday May 13, 1899. ++ ++ FOR CONGRIESS, (FI TH DISTRICT.) We are authorized to announce HON. JOS. E. RANSDELL, of East Carroll parish, as a cndidate for Con gress for the unexpifed term of the late Judge Samuel T. Baird, deceased, from the Fifth Louisiana District, sub ject to the action of the Democratic Convention. WHAT THE PAPERS SAY OF HON. JOS0 E. RANSDELL. Monroe Daily Star. Ion. J. E. Ransdell, of East Car roll, was a visitor to our city Friday. He is making a visit to the different parishes in the interest of his can didacy for congress and speaks en couragingly of his prospects. He is a gentleman of fine ability and charm ing personality and makes friends wherever he goes. .ler Rouge (Morehouse) Democrat. Hon. J. E. Ranadell, of East Car roll, was a visitor to Mer Rouge Tuesday. He is an aspirant for Congressional hocors a...

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 May 1899

The rain was a blessing to our planters. Cotton will now grow, and you should be happy. This week we we have received Groceries, Canned Goods &c., such as W-PLUM PUDDi NG. $iPRIDE OF ILLINOIS CORN, IOLIVES, W-MUSHROONS. glIIlORN HARBOR OYSTERS. Pa&GIIERKIN'S. AICASPARAGUS, W-iCALIFORNIA PEACHES, CIOWCIIOWCOW. WirSIIRED PINE APPLE. aIgS1F rED PEAS. OWFANCY SYRUPS, iR-BLACKBERRIES. g-BARATARIA SHRIMP. Ig-GROUND PEPPER, SIPVAN CAMP TOMATOES, ag"-LYE JlOMENY. agCOSMO TEA. aSUNDERWOOD'8 DEVIL a-SIHRED CODFISH. ,8hIIECKER'S ROLLED OATS, Il AM. I-FANCY PICKLES, W-FRESH CREAMIRY BUTTER. FARMING IMPLEMENTS A SPECIALTY!! MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER. THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. Saturday, May 13, 1899. J. E, RxatrLL., W. U. MoarTooxan -. I. RAN*DILL. Notary Public sad - Insurance Agent. Rans ll&Ransdel Attorneye at Law - AN D--- Real Estate Agents, take Prewldsce, La. . Wi. Ira' nCZe fNtlea Couws or EsrT CARROLL, WsVr CARROLL AND MADIsoN PAnIsHns , aJD TU 8Sitr Suwsuxr Covrr. Cifton F. Davi...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 13 May 1899

SaerI t anet be obrd by faStw out amy oblign ° W1-- Druni5sts. Toledo, e' ArtA & MAnV,. Wholesale (aOtsrh (Oltre is t n titernall,. ct !ALs PI. p. b ot pe. old Teetiinmofls free. ti1' ysly Pills are the beat. When the planet Mgrs is nearest the earth it is 36,000.000 miles away. "Spring Unlocks The Ftowers To Phd Me Laughing SaL" And not even Nature would allow the flowers to grow and blossom to perfection without good soil. Now Nature and people are much alike; Me former must have sunshine, latter must have pure blood in order to have perfect health. Hood's 8srsaparilla cures blood trou bles of all sorts. It is to the human system what sunshine is to Nature the destroyer of disease germs. It aew disappoints. POOw ineOd-" The doctor said there wee not seven drops of good blood in my d. ood's Sarsaparilla built me up and me streng and well " usta E. Baowx. 1S Astor Hll, Lynn, Mas. p -- G .--" A complication of treouhý dyspepis, chronic catarrh and Inlammatitc of the stomach, rhe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 20 May 1899

& z. .nnrr etn~rra. s,, VOL. XI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1899. NO. 49 _ a n _muun . • mm2. m m sm wuiiumuu u• n mhiia iulm• nuu ni u mlumu m Uli• lup ni na STORY OF A BEGGAR. it I6 quite a little story, slight and Ahi; so thin even, so slight, that I fear, in fixing it on paper with written i words, to rob it of its frail grace, its i light savor. Why, then, when It was I related to us one evening, in all the j complicated and decorated luxury of 1 rodern talk, by the charming woman a who was the heroine of the episode- why did it make such a tenacious im pression upon us all that it has become, 1 in one little corner of Parisian life, one 1 of those classic tales, patrimony of each group of society, to which allu edOa is always understood and wel Comed? Perhaps because it was a clear i gap in the chatter of infidelity, in the hackneyed gossip of politics and liter ature. Perhaps because, as an attitude, a gesture at times may suffice to rev...

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 May 1899

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE I'ROVIDENCE. LA. JAMdIS N. TURINER. Publiskher and Proprietor. SIat r iti ay ay 2 , 18 'i9. 1oSt"F e. RANSA5L.t FOR C-GItESS, (FI TH DISTRICT.) vWe are autl;orizd' to annoii!ic; IION. JOS. E. RANS1)ELL,. t East Carroll p:rish, as a candidate for Con gress for the unexpired term of the late Judge Samuel T. ' Baird. decc,ael, from the Fifth Louisiana District, .s;b ject to the action of the 1)emocratic Convent ion. The Mississippi River Commission and the Levees. Below we give an important cir cular letter fromn loIa. .. 'J. cT. - Clellan, Preiidrent of the Fifth Dis. trict Levee Board, accompanied by resolutions adlpted by the Missis+. si ,i River Com) isi-ion. It is an important matter to our citiz.ns: Tallul . La.. Me: 9, 'i9. Dear Slr:-I have the honor to transmit herewith a copy of reselu. tiou passed by the Mississipli River Con!iissinionl at a meeting to its recoat inpection tour. I had a conference with the Com missioit on this matte r and 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. — 20 May 1899

TE U. S. GIUNBOAT NASHVILLE ARRIVES Simultaniously with an Immense Stock of Groceries, --S IF'IS PIREMIUM IIAMS. --IIEnIRING, --BLACKBERRIES, -GOLD FANA) B. BACON, -LYE IIOMENY, -'(ANNED MES, --ACON BREAKFAST BACON, -CALIFORNIA FRUI'S, --ASTMEATS, - A MAKEREL, -ASPARAGUS, --COSMO TE. -LOOSE PICKLES, -ASPARAGUS, -CUSMO TEA. -CODFISH, SO--EXTRA GRADE COFFEES. ODSH, --OLIVES, --FINE CREAM CIIEESE. 500 Bushels White Shelled Corn. Postel's Elegant Flour. ay, O~ats, Bran", Purina Feed, Crushed eced, Rocek Salt. PUMP PITCI-IERS AND WELL POI\ TS. __ UIRE & SCJ-1EIDER. THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, Saturday, May 20, 1899. J. E. RANDELL, IV. H. MOITOOMERY F. X. RAN8DBLL. Notary Public and Insurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdel Attorneys at Law -A N D-- Real Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La. WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF EAST CARROLL, WEST CARROLL AND MADISON PABISHES, AND THE STATE SuPREnE COURT. CIfton F. Davis, gttY-at-LTaw -AND- saeal "satte a, t., Lake Providence, La. HAYING.JUST FIIISHED 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. — 20 May 1899

"Peace HlathWa Her .Victories (p less renowned than war, " said Milton, and now, in the Sping, is the time to get a peaceful victory oer the impurities which have been accumulating in the blood during Winter's frearty eating. The ban ner of peace is borne aloft wal by Hood's Sarsaparilla. cir It brings rest and oomfort to the weary try body racked by pains of all sorts and kinds, Its beneficlal effects prove It to be the T great specifie to be relied upon for victory. not Hood's newr disappoints. SIt Rheum-"My mother was serious T ly aiteote with salt rheum and painful run- en 1 Iing sores. No medicine helped her until Hood's Sarsaparilla was used, whch made T ber entirely well." Esa E. ManZasTONa . wel 158 Dearborn Street, Chicago. Ill Tired Feeling-"I hadthattired, dull V feeling, dyspepsia, headaches and shaking spells, but Hood's Sarsaparilla made me I , g] sew man. I never was better than now." Joas Mao., Oskalooes, Iowa. pei the in flood's Pil c ler lr i ; non irrttating sand...

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 May 1899

VOL. XI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1899. NO. 50 Ir ~ l lL·~· m Immu nnm.wnnmm •· I mI IwnluLI am un11 la amtn I H i 1 I I • I N . AN ULTIMATUM. "And we won't ever finish our new Castle now; Maysie?" said Teddie, dole tally. "I call it a mean shame!" cried May s1e. "Must you go, Teddle? Did your mamma say you were just obliged to?" Teddle nodded. and his blue eyes were wistful. "Just obliged to. You see, Maysle, we are poor. It is be cause my papa died, mamma says, and that is why we have to do without a great many things that we want. Mam ma was so sick this summer that Dr. James said she must come to the sea shore to get well. And so we came, and now we haven't any more money, and so we are just obliged to go back." Maysle tossed up her head. "Well, I just wouldn't. Why don't you stamp Your feet and scream? That's the way I do when I want something, and Sally nearly always lets me have it" There was a little silence. Teddle Sighed wistfully, and ...

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 May 1899

Tlie 1i 1r t r-lh),ti)Ocra-t. ITHE NOE'] I'ULIILIIIED) EVERY SATUIiAY AT LAKg P'IR,V II)ENCE. LA. The New. of T'l'uesday JAMES N. TUItNER, North and Publisher gnd Proprietor. side of the A railhoý to New 01l qIiISCRIti1"r'N : $200 PElt YEAR. Mississippi - -- --- p,)ssible th M -a 19. touching th Saturday May 2,, 18. either by 7--:-- .7-:7 z-- --'------ :---- - . -- -_-7 ~'le ta _branches, t sectioln of i to this imar product wI lE:ast stand ed. was th( iirnt deliutl St. Charle St. Louis i 'and it Wts leans hail crporatea that was f ,da''s woe has 'on 1 considera Sofwoik has S,ut little way buyt .1 ,if . most inte g riven to . V;SoFs' .E- RAS10 1'IThe lea FOR CONOGRESS, riot--its (FIFTH DISTRICT.) thrup, ol We are nuthorlized to announce t, napth} I1ON. JOS. E. RANSDELL, of East intiti e JIdentih"t Carroll parish, as a candidate for Con- id ul" t pI gress for the unexpired term of the late Judge Samuel T. Baird, deceased, yearsei from the Fifth Louisiana District, sub- Ane ica ject...

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 May 1899

THE U. S. GUNBOAT NASHVILLE ARRIVES Simultaniously with an Immense Stock of Groceries. -SWIFT'S PREMIUM HAMS. --HEIRING, -BLACKBERRIES, -GOLD BAND B. BACON, -LYE IIOMENY, -CANNED MEATS, -ACORN BREAKFAST BACON, -CALIFORNIA FRUITS, --OATMEAL, -FAT MACKEREL, -ASPARAGUS, -COSMO TEA. -LOOSE PICKLES, -MUSHROONS, -EXTRA GRADE COFFEES. -CODFISH, -OLIVES, --FINE CREAM CHEESE. 500 Bushels White Shelled Corn. Postel's Elegant Flour. Hay, Oats, Bran, Purina Feed, Crushed Feed, Hock Salt. IPUMP PITCHERS AND WVELL POINTS. 1:MAGU i RE &..SCMHNMI DER. THE BANNER-OEMOCRAL . Saturday, May 27, :899. a J. M. RAmITLL,. WV. H. MOsTooMRTY F. X. RAseDuLL. Notary Public and - Insurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdel. Attorneys at Law - A ND-- teal Zstate Agents, Lake Provile, La. 1 b WILL RACTtICE IN THI COURTr Or al EAsr CARROLL, WIsT CARROLL ANI C MADISON PAnRISus, AND rEU STATE a SUlmalu Coun. CIfton F. Davis, .Atty-ma-t.Law t -AND fteal "letItate A.Lt. Lake Providence, La. HAYING JUST rzINISED A COMIP...

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 May 1899

talus pride in exhibiting the finest product of is farms. To show to best advantage, the natural colors of the wool or hair must be brought out; the white in particulr must be smoy white and not --1gd with dirty brown 6r yellow. A BREEDER SAYS OF THE IVORY SOAPs "I have used It for many years and find it for all prac tical purposes superior to anything I have ever used ... . It leaves the skin soft and clear, furnishes life to the coat, produces a beautiful growth . . . and leaves it smooth, glossy and free from harshness. I use it with luke-warm rain water, which I find is the best. This forms a rich, oily lather, and helps loosen all stubborn scales and blotches of the skin. -rT J' jalfmrwo · pih c ~c tc *Ju a rd ahbtn hfns adc l i u.T Itl aves the skinsft andcla~rfurnihslf t h ot isteerable Baliooa. Oount Zeppelln has been explaininl to a distinguished audience at 8tutt gart the result of his researches and ,xperlments in aerial navigation. Thr Oount Las invented a means of treab...

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 June 1899

3)reanntrI. Sw VOL. XI. LAE PROIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 3 1899.. VOL. XL LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1899. N.6 CHASED BY WOLVES. Before any railroad had been built along the upper Mississippi all trafre in the summer was by steamboat, which carried also the mail. In the winter everything was carried by stage. There was a line of mail stages between St. Paul and Prairie du Chien -or the southern terminus may have been La Crosse at the time of which I write. These stages followed the river -how much of the distance on the ice d can not say, but in my neighborhood, wherb the river expanded and became Lake Pepln, the route was all on the lee. Leading down to the lake, on both the Minnesota and Wisconsin sides, are many ravines or coulems, worn by the water courses and woed ed. Even now there is much wild land among the bludts. It was In the. latter part of January years ago that I found myself ' at Hawk's Landing,. on the Minnesot...

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 June 1899

W eo l0arlrtrt-1)extrocrat. T ---- ----. _--- - ---- P'UBl.ISBED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKIC IROV II)ENCE. LA. JAMES N. TURNER,. Publisher and Proprietor. - ---- -- ----- ii 'UB8CRIPTION: $200 PER YEAR. Saturday June 3, 1899. fl ;ii 0 b C c FOR CONGRESS, (FII TH DISTRICT.) g We are authorized to announce ii liON. JOS. E. IANSDELL, ot 'East 6 Carroll parish, as a candidate for Con- t gress for the unexpired term of the late n Judge Samuel T. Baird, deceased. p from theFifth Louisiana District, sub- b ject to the notion of the Democratic Convention. . The Congressional Committee of C the Fifth District, is called to meet n at Monroe on Monday next, the 5th a lay of June. C Col. b. F. Boyd, one of the most prominent educators of the State and a member of the faculty of the La. State University, died at Baton Rouge on Saturday night last. The great trusts now being formed almost daily, with their many mil lions, can be laid at the door of the Republican party. Its leaders, such as Hanna 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. — 3 June 1899

U. S gUNBOAT NASHVILLE ARRIVES Simultaniously with an Immense Stock of Groceries. WIFr'S PREMIUM HAMS. --HERRING, -BILACKBERRIES, OLD BAND B. BACON. -LYE IIOMENY, -CANNED MEATS, -ACORN BREAKFAST BACON, -CALIFORNIA FRUITS, -OATMEAL, .FAT MACKEREI, -ASPARAGUS, -COSMO TEA. ~LOOSE PICKLES, -MUSHROONS, -EXTRA GRADE COFFEES. LCODFISH, -OLIVES, -FINE CREAM CHEESE. 500 Bushels White Shelled Corn. Postel's Elegant Flour. Hay, Oats. Bran, Purina Feed. Crushed Feed, Rock Salt.' . PUMP PITCHERS AND WELL POINTS. MAGU~IRE & SCNEIDER. THE BAEIER-DEMOCRAT. St Saturday, June 3, :899. a, of J. E. RAeuLL, W. R. MortoomrY F. X. RANsIDLL. Notary Public and -- Iasursaee Agent. Ransdell&Ransdel Attoraeys at Law i -A N D-- Real EZtate Agents, c( Lake Pmre mes, La, ic WaILL rs@aon;s Ia T CoavTe or a EAST CARROLL, WST CARROLL AND d MIAnloe PARISass, AND Ta STATr k' M arsmsE Coar. Clfton F. Davis, -AND Lakr Providens, La. a CAmloL, I AN P ara sE ro r0 U'n. Ar.srAs or rf;rs.a ON aHoar alones, a-WA...

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 June 1899

wn ritea' qw. rs i. vita oa ty p easat esarprises for .'tlditrea maybe eotalned by getting frui. ts to geow Jlide el gles bottles. I.,$oýla lpelly -at the encumber -a1nfg i, an be lasrted into bthe ar ipw pouthe of bottles atedbed to The brench, and after full growth it w be a mystery how the fruits s ipsade of the bottles or jam Be ewes the pleasant surprises many a S outl lesson on plant growth can be tfrnfksed by these tests. It i stated that King George IIL, of EBgland, In the earlier stages of the insanity whlob subequently overtook him, nsed to eptess his surprise to those who were dining with him as to how the apple got inside the dompling, but with these fruits in glas jars the surprises to even sane oeople are quit as inateresting as the pple dumpling waste this Untortun 'to mouarh.-Meehau' Monthly. Otkean ai s gaiaes es miang. OtAlahoma is drawing the liae of morality rather sharply for a frontier territory. A lawnreoetly passed at Guthrie makes any kind of gambling a fe...

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