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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 18 March 1893

~be nner~Un~~: VOLUME V. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1893. NO. 39. -"  :: i i i i n m m in ~ n • uim m unmm uuIl nna u m na lunn n Ul n n m mul • uun uu m unn n m m m n | ml m mu lu ul n n U nllnf I U u n u nn nmu unumn lnn m uuuu m nu u uunnl m uumu i~l m m unnl m a u~U lln n m l i lll nnn -. HEN the feder al Gen. Grier son made his famous cavalry raid through Missis sippi the women of the state were speechless with indignation at the ruthless invasion of their sacred soil. Not a tear was shed as the Roman matrons buckled on the armor of the home guards-old, gray-haired "ma jors" and "colonels" who had mastered with flintlocks, and young boys just in their teens. All who could "bear arms" went pouring forth with impet sous speed, and swiftly formed in the ranks of war. The invaders were beset front, flank and rear, by an undisciplined but pertinacious foe. The wily general's march was executed in deux temps, to avoid the harassing enemy which...

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 1893

TIE BAWlEKJIE4EOClAT, _ -PUBIiSHeD EVERY SATURDAY AT I C; LA.iF PkROVWEID CE. LA. the ath --- . . -__ .. . - , ,, - D. L. . OIRGAN. Edtlr. an( J.AlFa N. TURAF'R. Fa Pub!iasher and Proprietor. ! ciri rely gUBqCR[IPTIO.N: *,00 PER YEAR. pA nc< Saturday, - March 18. - 1893 inc -ý - Ipr The Apca:l-Avlincshe says :'Ralph Davis i still eng'aed in the mistake thi of his life." try There are nine white caps in jail E at Magnolia, Miss. Light white and one negro. The cry in Washington is: "Office! ho office!! oilce!!! !give me office or inf " give me death." tih din Josiah Quincy, an ex-Republican Is to be assistant Secretary of State of under Greham. n No ex-office holders need apply. is an the motto inscribed over Cleveland's appointing den. al Senator David B. Hill seems to have been gradeid down to a dead f level by recent ,events. Tolephoning is i:ow successfully si: carried on btwecn Boston and of Chicago; a distance of 1,250 miles. Ut di General T. T. Eckert succeeds the late Mr. G...

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 1893

iss '.: o lot ermery, C Seera aa * !adsR srewysr Ts row prepared to aftbllnpae.fctteatelG, * Gd inrorera~. turnsh foitl deasil;tlnn iT71'w - tlº. tkieder e.. Sii lo iske plats of *flrvoc s trsei teveta for purtoes of dnrraatre n'itih pro. diltt. m u to e a!!nint it of iaseralinienta, *lntttue¶ltrga e bhlciinl and pnkile works oftal deserlpitlone. * Praetlttleae or Medltelea. barery and Otatetrica Ofice and r fdesica on Alptha plantallun Bunch's Rend. r. 0.. Brunette La. W i. E. LONG, P'hysician. and burgeon. * )flleo on Late street, * g-W!I practice in all the brauche's of his I'rsre iiou. (Jell s answeredi prtuptly day and night. W. D. MILL, Suirgeon and Practicing Phyaslecst. (Obatetnec a specialty ) Will reajponsi to all calla. day or night. O)fice at Berutard drugi store. desidlene-e next to Meitso:diaui Ciureh P;:evint fur me-si.jii set vices mmu-et be made at Utl clone of each neseastla pobit '.t ly RO3T. WflIETSTOQT. Canceller and Attrney at Law, rayvitie. La. Wt!t prioes'c I...

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 1893

Th PFebruary Wide Awake Hias a deflghtful reminder of Tennyson In Carroll Burton's "Child-Life at Far ringford," described by one who aetu ally visited and played with the Ten nyson boys The same number also contains Frederick A. Ober's Columbus article, "At the New World's PortL" Norman W. Bingham, Jr., one of the Harvard sprinters, furnishes the Wide Awake AtAldie article. "Sprinting and Hurdling." H. E. de Ramsay writes of little Queen Wilhelmina of Holland as "The Flower of her Race." A splendid story by Alexander Ritchie, "The Pilot of the Nantucket Shoals," opens the number with all the rush of the sea and the blinding spray of those dreaded shoals. It is finely illustrated. Ger trude Smith has a capital western story, "The Little Taylors Alone;" Abby M. Gannett has a homespun story. "Hetty's Red Gown," and Anna F. Burnham has a country "school ma'am's" story, "In the 'Pratus-Box." Price 20 cents a number, $2.40 a year. On sale at news stands or sent postpaid on receipt of pr...

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. — 25 March 1893

mm `" m m m ý - " " - -'i, .i. VOLUME V. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH LA., SATURDAY, MAB.l 25, 1893. ...n n. tnran Is nwe n **L it Pmibs be. - Thuts, weo .u+ HEFl U I 1 _. ta_ t ....a :. .-,--, -- -: ,- .-.-,.,-''-"'-'-"'- - --- :-- - .... ...., . ... ,.,,,..,. , ...: ,, , .. .-I -,,',,.,o,,.,, I".",..:.   " "l  ., ._'.:,.,.,.. .,,.:: THE JACKSON STATUF. ,'"", -- This Tbe Finest Monument In the Ciy mode of Waehington. was train g About Clark ills, the Amern- ta pi eatelus Who Pisased sad Ele ra i satd the anre and Orabsul had d Workor Art. Then (Special Washington [etter.1 this The equestrian statue of Jackson in wood Lafayette square, opposite the white tend house, is considered the best work of suit art of its kind in the national capital. state Its location is such that it attracts at fectl tentkon from a greater number of vis- fast itors than any other statue, and it has ever, a history, which was recently brought hors to light by the efforts' of certain u...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 25 March 1893

THE DANER-DEOCRAT, PULLSIIEHD EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. I . L. MOROAN. .Ed- itor. J.1AMI S N. TVRNER. Publisher and Proprietor. SUPB.CILIPTIO. 8200 PER YEAR. *Sattrdav. - March 25, - 1893 The Chicago city authorities have determir-d to limit the height of all new buil!lings to ten stories or LU0 fcet, The jhree beet sugar factories in California tu: .el out last year 23, 000,000 pounds, being 15,000,0001 pounds in excess ,of the year before. M. Jules Ferry. i'resident of the French Senate. die.l last week very suddenly. lie was one of the best and imost prominent of the French legislators. The cotton deficiency still con finues. Duiing the first seventeen days of March the shottage in cola paris;o with the same time last year was 118.571 bales. Negro- irom the South are being employed by the Carnegie iron works lt large na,:bherr, and put to work in eve y p!w" possible where their labor : can be a.: le a'ailable. Training for prize fighting within the boundaries of 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. — 25 March 1893

i ePittbu r I m te u c . 5, 183, olowly t L,- 'k "t " big CaIl Enisre r and deputy Pa Splrer, itile ,als tarow pre sred to runIlnes.locatellands, nl .,h led corners. tarnishl fulI aeserltlon oflto's- . tloH . tlmlwr Sc.. and mnake plts ot surveys uug'i ce run evet or puwn noses of draltagle with pro- . files,. make estinmtel Ol ertnhimetts, P ; dltehes.hrloge building and public works . ertll deserinttona. . -__.up in t +Dr. R. W. SEAY, see his Practitioner of then pleased " edtloae, Bure'y and Obstetrs e1r1ab i~eto . Sur'gery ~fll erably Ogi0 reidnce on Alh hba plantation Rocl O I * l4 rbItanchs BendJ P. 0.. Branette 1'm. again l 'W. . LOd QIG, toist Ig Physician and Surgeon. did'nt Office on Lake street, .8 W' lt ctic in all the breac hes of his Profesi i, . Calls answered Our promptly day tudu night. sooa fl 'W D 3 sL it in a 'tR. ý. B+ Ita:ceas Surgeon nn,; Prac'i+ r Phys:iciie. ne (Obstetrace a sttlalty ) Will respond to all els. day or nlght. Oflce at Bernrrd drug store. Rtes...

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. — 25 March 1893

As asperrs opisen. Our readers have doubtless notload bthe numerous discussions by the scien tists and hygienists as to the relative value of the various baking powders. A careful sifting of the evidence leaves no doubt as to the superiority of the Royal Baking Powder in purity, wholesome ness and strength, from a scientific standpoint. An opinion, however, that will have perhaps greater Influence with our practical housekeepers, is that given by Marion Harland, the well known and popular writer, upon mat ters pertaining to the science of domes tie economy, of housekeeping, and of home cooking. In a letter published in the Philadelphia Ladies' Home Journal, this writer says: "I regard the Royal Baking Powder as the best manufactured and in the market, so far as I have any experience in the use of such compounds. Since the introduction of it into my kitchen, I have used no other in making biscuits, cakes, etac., and have entirely discarded for such purposes the home-made com bination...

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. — 1 April 1893

VOLUME V. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 189`3.1 LOVE PASSED BY. I was busy with my plowing When Love passed by. *'Come," she cried, "forsake thy drudging; Life's delights are few and gradging; What hath man of all his striving, ALU his planning and contriving, Here beneath the sky? When the grave opes to receive him Wealth and wit and honors leave him Love endures for aye!" But I answered: "I am plowing. When with straight and even furrow All the field is covered thorough, I will follow." Love passed by. I was busy with my sowing When Love passed by. "'Come," she cried, "give o'er thy tolling{ For thy toil thou hast but moiling. Follow me where meadows fertile Bloom unsown with rose and myrtle, Laughing to the sky; Laugh for joy the thousand flowers, Birds and brooks-the laughing hours All unnoted fly." But I answered: "I am sowing. When my acres all are planted Gladly to the realm enchanted I will follow." L rve I ased by. I was busy with my reaping ...

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. — 1 April 1893

THE MBAlR-DEMOCRAT PU3LI3sED EVERT SATURDAY AT on L.AE PROVIDENCE. LA. coti D. I O. MOROAN. Editor. IAMIIS N. TURNEU, pl PIblisher sad Proprietor. har leas qUBSCRIPTION : $2O00 PER YEAR. the oing Saturday, - April 1. - 1893 cie cot Where is the force bill Lodged pal now? the ful King cotton. like all the other du earthly monarchs, seems to be qu doomed. ve The great cotton spinners strike in res Lancashire, England, came to a close is on Monday last. sol Hon. C. J. Boatner is already be ing talked of generally for the next co Governor of Louisiana. L -- S_ The motor men on the New Or- Cy leans and Carrollton electric railroad pa went on a strike last week. wi -_. ac Only five memberof the Tennessee hi Legislature voted against the. im- bi pechbment of Judge DuBose of Mem- go phis. th The building and loan associations as in Louisiana are doing much good in en imparting financial vigor to perme- of nent improvements. ly Col. E liott F. Sheppard, editor ce and proprietor of the New Yo...

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. — 1 April 1893

Saturday, - April 1, 18983. ,ro T. F. Montgomery, el. Civ Eaglau and TI Parh Surve me, 'e. Is now prepared to run lines.loeate lands, it (o led corners. tnrnish full description ofloca tions. timber &e.. and make plats of surveys for i run leve tafor pum noes ofdrainage with pro- ,. files, make estimtnts of embankments, ditehes.briogs building and public works ctry ofali deseriptions. E Dr. R. W. SEAY, cl,,, Practitioner of 0,h till Medicine. Sargery and Obstetrics no Office and residence on All, b plantation ,ull Bnnch's Bend. ple P. O.. Brunette Ia. W . E. LONG, ,ii Physician and burgeon. Sili Office on Lake street, us 1 a~gWiill practice in all the breuches, of his Profession. Calas anewerei v"'t promptly day and night. pl e and VW. D. BELL, r., Surgeon and Practlicing Physician. (Obstetrics a specialty ) l Will respond to all calls. day ornighit. Office at Bernard drug store. Rtesidence inot next to Methodist Church Sot Patment for medical services must be mail,, at the clos...

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. — 1 April 1893

Amea OBe wni Usage or MaONO Cgmrred rpon thelavslld publo by Hostd. tar's Sbomeo Birters, It god efects is maes where the kidneys an bladder areIn acte are c icuoaus and amply proven. An imperfect dichrg of the duties of these organs i the preliminary, it disre ed, of their dangorouq disease. Ths itterswill forestall this and avert disaster. wmxc oe has demonstrated this in num. cases. Malarial, liver, stomach and bowel disorder also should be treated with as Bitters. Pomrt (aged three, to her older sister) ~"I'm as tll as you." MarpjorIe-"No, you are Mnot. Std an up and see. Therel you oail oome up to my mouth." Dorothy-"Well, don't carel I'm as tall the other way-m feet godown as far as yours." Feed lade Ie 8Sik Flrst I had pains in my back and best, thea ftlatfeellg at the stomue, sad when I would eat, the first taste would make me deathly Ok. Of comrse I ra down nrnily, and lost - pomds. My wits and fomay were mush alarmed and I aspsted my stay on earth would be short. JSt a fri...

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. — 8 April 1893

shFbe an VOLUME V. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA, AT A BUCKWHEAT FOR BREAKFAST. Early on a winter morning, Whee the frost is on the rails, And we eat by light o' candle Till the coming daylight pales; In the savor of the kitchen How the appetite awakes! How we gorge the toothsome morsets Light and wholesome buckwheat cakes! Coming on the table steaming, Stacked up high upon the dish, Sight to makedsad heart gladdPn, What more could a mortal wish? Forks attack in goodly number, Everybody likes them hot; Cook has counted well the noses, Not a single one'sforgot Take a cake upon your platter, Island make of it with cream, Then a hit of golden butter Epicure. It Is a dream: Put a cake upon the butter, ALet the butter melt between, Trickle o'er a little honey 'Twere a dish for gods, I ween. Talk shout your land of Canaan! This is good enough for me; Give me buckwheat cakes for breakfast, And I'll quite contented be. Here's a land of golden butter Land of milk where honey flows...

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. — 8 April 1893

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, PUBLsIo D EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. D. L. MORGAN. Editor. JAMBES N. TURNEV, Publisher and Proprietor. .UBCulrrTI'(TN: 3 200 PER TEAR. Saturday, - April 8. - 1893 President Cleveland is now known as the slate smasher. Louisv;:!e is a:piring to become the capitol of Kentuck%. T'he decrease in the" public debtI for the month of March was $4,659,-f 172. " Four hundred applications for patents were made last year by wo men. Russia has determined to light the Jews and he choler% We are bet ting on thl cholera. Major .Starling, civil engineer of Greenville, iss., saysve there will be no overflow this year. September the 1st, is the date fixed for caling the extra session of Con gress togetlher. Political union with the United States is increasing in favor daily among the Canadians. I erldian. Miss., is a dry town. The last saloon closed its doors on the last day of March. Dave Hill is now dubbed the widow dodger. The widows of New York are after him hot ...

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. — 8 April 1893

4 ,: April ' $, 1883. ao d Atton at Lat, Will practice in the parishes olMorehouse, eits, Richland. Franklin. Madison. west Carrol l and attend every term of court in Etast Car olI:rlso theiM'rcali and Supreme courts . the Sta~e. Will give special and prompt attention to all business entrusud to me. sept.3 m Church Directory. Divine ervics in the Methodist church as follows : Providence, 1st and 3rd Sunday's, 11. a. im. " Ist and 3rd " 7 p. m. Pecan Grove, 3d and 4th Sunday's 11 a. m. Rraasylvanla,2nd and 4th Sunday'.. 4 p. . I Providenee, Prayer meeting, every Wed nesday at 7 p. in. Providence, Sunday School every Rund sy at 9sam.in R Sa IsLL. P. C OLIFTON 7. DAVIS, -.tfornoy at Laaw, Lake Providence. La. At Judge Montgomery's law ofi?-e. Loalt and Parish News. Get read% for the May festivities. The mercury went above 80 thisi week. Keep the improvement ball a rc!- , ing. Providence Fire Compaiy is coming to the front. Col. E. W. Constant and lady were in town on Sunday. d Vegeta...

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. — 8 April 1893

Hood's Cures TAG The marvelous cure ar The Brot Miss Lettia Huntley of Cortland, N. Y., has at tracted widespread at tention. She was igh The Cola to death's door with latis bemorrhages caused by ulcers in the stomaeS. Could eat nothing when the physitelas sid there was me )Le. 1 hop%, her mother te subj4 Suatney. urged her to try Hood's dwelling arsaperalsa. She relutantly cosented, and its in a few days felt stronger, blosttag subsid I am r aspetite gradua retPrned ad In a month eat on asn oulth h wa ell am mer nherlim. d I Rome has been i pter t hs ever sines she a ited ii says: "Iknowthat The ple Hood's Sarsaparilla acestir and that atone, savesd my life." a HOODo' PILL ero Am iver lls. Jasn . perec nloume5a. Sic Hsedeb5 a Csa dstaos CeroI Decis. IHadrias tus reil preache Iam 1 I have sketch O18,9D , w throngi walked up to s I t have Ic the Goi Palaces through advano S I ECly thronec COUGHS, COLDS, eI'nHiO rAer b .- turrete IWCIPENT aONSUMTIII ll ters pe LOuS COOK. Noaw sL , s...

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. — 15 April 1893

VOLUME V. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY APRIL 15, 1893. NO. VOLUME.V. LAKE · J ., , . " - MY SHIP. ow Ssee it afar as it bounds o'er the drg, Tossing the snowy foam. Bringing me treasures of wealth untold; Ohl when will my ship come home? of I hear the soft music of fluttering sail, And the song of the merry crew, a And the plash of the waves on the vessel's aids, o01 As it flies o'er the waters blue. There are treasures rare In that vessel's holt; It There diamonds and rubies shine, T Fabrics of price and ingots of gold, And all will one day be mine. And still other things more precious far My brave ship will bring to pie, Love. Joy and fame my life to crown, Aaross the shining sea. Day by day I watch on the shore b For my ship that is long to come; My heart is sweary, my eyes grow dim; Ohl when will my ship come home? b But I know it will come, one day it will come Sailing in on the whitening foam, Then drifting out on the ebbing tide 6 My ship will carry me ...

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. — 15 April 1893

THE BAIER-DEMOCRAT. II - __1_ LI ,-` - - I _II |. WBL1ISfED EV$RY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. D. L. MORGAN. Edsor. JAMsi N. TURNER, Publisher and Proprieser. 1UBsPRIPT1ON : s 00 PERI TEAB. Saturday, - April 15. - 1893 Secretary Gresham is panning out as a Democrat among Democrats. "Sans penr et sans repreche." The White Caps or night hawks, near Slidell, La., have been prowl ing around and whipping negroes at night. Rear Admiral Bancroft Gherardi is reported as quite unwell from an attack of la grippe. He is 61 years of age. Carter Irrison of Chicago, proved to be a whole team by him self. A plurality of 20,000 only. Whoopla. A railroad under the city of New York is the latest project in the Empire State, at an estimated cost of $50,000,000. There is an epidemic of grip in New York at present. Out of 1149 deaths in one week in the city 500 were from grip. The weather wivard De Voe's pre dictions abont a storm in the Gulf States on the 8th and 9th, did'nt pann out worth a eent. ...

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. — 15 April 1893

baturday, - April l, - 1891. aOBT. WEf T5TO ,. Comehllsr ad Attrly ai Law, Rayville. - I La. Will practiee in the parishes olMorehoue, Ousehita. Richland, Franklin. Madison. West Carroll and attend every terai oeonrt in East Carroll: also theCireuit and Supreme courts of the State. Will give special and prompt attention to all buslness entrusted to me. septj Church Directory. Divine servie In the Methodist church as tollows : Providence, 1st and 3rd Sunday's, 11 a. in. *" let and 3rd *" 7 p. nm. Pecan Grove, d and 4th Sunday's. 11 a. inm. Rransylvanis, and nd th Sunday's. 4 p.m. Providnee, Prayer meeting, every Wed neaday at 7 p. inm. Providence, Sunday School every Sunday at 9Wa. m. R 8. IsaZLL. P. C CLITON F. DAV IS, A.ttor31eyr at I.aw, Lake Providence, La. At Judge Montgomery's law office. T. F'. Montgomery, Civil Engloar and Parish Surveor. is now prepared to run lines. locate lands, lad corners, turnish full description ofloca ions, timberkc.. and make plats of surveys run le...

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. — 15 April 1893

ONE rNJOYS Both the athod and msult *it Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleainat nd refreshing to the tati, sad Btot tem electually, dispels colds, bhead. seaes and fevers and cures habitual constipation. yrupr of Figs is the only remedy of ts kind ver pro duced, pleasing to the taste and so eaptable to the stomach, prompt In Ifs stia and truly benefil In its ebets, prepud o hom the most bhelthy an are esubstances, its many aeellent qualities commend it to sa and have made it the most Sremed known. of is for sale an 80e smd it bottles amll ladilg drug SAny reliable dr t who may not have it on twll pro aure it promptly for any one who whes to try t. Do not aocept any mbesitata C.AUFOrIIA I4 SYRUP CO. L~tewe s.. M W, ,. r ,M1 4 em wF... PV.a W 1rLU OOUCHS, COLDS, ICUIENT UNSUMPTrION, LOUIS OdKNrw OSa3aAI, says: "t girv aegreat pleasure to be able to say that I hocock's Coulgh ZItir is the best preparatloa for coughs tad colds I ever used--ad bhne r eed a good many. I cheerfully recom...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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