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

VOL. XII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISII, LA., SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1899. NO. 15. WOMANSINFLUENCE I. I - - 9s- a gS~dX10 ý cxe~s vS Brian saw Margaret returning, and putting down the book he had been try ing to read, he went into the hall to meet her. Repressing her nervousness at his unexpected appearance, she paused as he tane up to her with the words: "You hivo been eo long, Margaret. Did you enjoy your visit so much? Why didn t you lot those people wait, and give me just a little of your company. I haven't much chance. I am going away to-morrow." S"To-morrow?" She grasped her raised skirt more tightly, but no further com ment escaped her lips. o Taking this for indifference, Brian continued, after a brief pause: "I dare say I shall never see you again. Of course you will not, regret that, but be fore I go, I should like to know that you forgive me. If you only knew how I have suffered! If you could realize how I still suffer, you would be kinder. It is so hard to lose ...

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 September 1899

pUILLISilED I VE l '7 SMI t'I)DAY AT LAKE 'iROVII)'rNCE. LA. J,1ýi:ý 11.Tt'.? .1t Ut I Plhlisht'r and 'rolprielor. J tk t'IS StI3S ltl'IlON: (200 I'E YFI AR. i ý.a tu r, h: .v ti cl,t, iab r 2 3 , I ..:,9 r'_ Th MiST, btv,.v!' Sc 'p D, 1 l',i.,r ,llrfllng r ' 1:,.,,, .er'n I, ," e F-OR F.PRE=LF'1T¶tIT!U . i i ii aie t Ahorit I l. i ,to inon .,I, e Mru n n, i. i trl ttri ]'at. - ',~ i! - ~ i ," ; r r'sintative tr in 1 . ('t i i let -h in ni,,, the hiwer' to e of tIi t( u 1:,' . ;n :.j: tlv of the Stt e, su l"it to It actiofn lare V. S. WI is w 11 Iotinete for re- teen elcection for lIeple nttaMn~:+ e froml Easttt tear . o "  illl ' Carroll Varlh in ..e .....r hau . of ntu the Gtn,-er-l Ahl .-0 t !v of th, e State, Sutliject to 1he action of the Democratic t'a party f sous We aire aiotlhorizer l to announce MAi siie A. K. AMAtKI iac tS a eat, ili:tte for Rlepresenn ative frtont Fi a-t  ' arr'li tern ) rishl ill the leo, r 11 h " of ' Ihe ener: l n il' Asseh ily of the Slate, siti...

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 September 1899

EXTRA FINE PIGS FEET AND MACKEREL Miirf & Sdllileier's Fancy rocery. THE BANNER-DEMORAI, i sc Saturday, ScAtetmber 2;, 80. I J. F. BAsUDEIoL, W. IT. ,oxi'1uoOMEL Y F'. X. IAX D14uT.L. Notary Public - Insurance Agent. 'I' Ransdeil&Ransdol Attorneys at Law I --A ND oeal Est at ,Agents, Lake Providenoe, La. WVIL.L FpACTICE IN THE COURTS OF d Hl r CAnnoLL, WNEST CAIROLL ANID I AIAD]ll . PARISIIEs, AxD TILE STATE tI SUPIaStm COURT. Clfton F. Davis, ktt· y-at-I.Ta- v ttr -ANDI- s Iteal ~Estatte A&t.. Lake Providence, La. 1iAVIIG JUST FINISHED A C'OMIPLF.TS o ADBTRAOT OF ALL THE LANDS IN EAST c CA.BOLL, I AMl PIBPARED TO FUICRISH ABeTACTS OF TITLES oX n IloT NOTICE, I. WAYLES BROWSE, I COURT BSTZNOOAPHER AND NOTARY PUBLIC. W. D. BIELL, W. B. PIERCE. DOCTORS. BELL AND PIERCE, Our office is located in the office for wnally occupied by lion. C. S. Wyly. f Dr. Pierce's residence. Thbe Egeclly g Ilouse. Local and Parish News. Busineess Is improving with the-town merchants. What i...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 23 September 1899

PR1NCFSS TOM. RICIIST AND IOST RUEMARK ABILE WOM3AN IN ALASKA. She Bult Up her Wealth by Suc cessful Business Ventures--Ier House is Filled With Valuables. Mountain white sheep, is oce S of the rarest of North Ameri can mammalia, writes Profes sor Lewis S. Dychbe in the Chicago Times-Herald. It is so rare that not one specimen of it is to be found in a museum in the world. These sheep have been described by Government scientists and named in honor of Dr. William H. Dall, of the Smithsonian Institution, "and fragmentary speci mens have been brought to civiliza tion by Indians and hunters, but a complete and perfect specimen was not seen, save on its native heights in the mountains of Alaska, until I brought back seventeen last fall. I left Lawrence June 1 last for Alaska, where I hoped to find the white sheep. I went from Seattle to Sitka, and thence to Juneau, where I had the plcasure of meeting the most remarkable woman in Alaska, Princess Tom, the Betty Green of the North, who wel...

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. — 30 September 1899

-'-~- -~ - I- I1i -- ' I VOL. XII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISII, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1899. NO. 16. li i i ii i i i i i i iir~ ~IA- l i ii iii .. SWOMA5INFLUENCE CHAPTER Vl-I-Continued. "We will not dispute the po nt. I be &leve you love me in your Way, not a very unselfish or disinterested way. You found me there in B'conset. The place was dull and lonely to you. For some une.sp'ained reasou you enjoyed my society. You thought It an excellent opportunity to try your arts of fascina tion on a girl who, so far as you knew, would place implicit trust in your hon esty of purpose. Please let me finish. I am speaking truth, nothing more. The pastime amused you and gratified your vanity at the same time. You knew that she m'ght learn to like you. There was no reason why she might not give her heart and her future happiness in your keeping. You realized this, yet you staid on, selll knowing you had ný itention of marrying her. And when you had tireo. of the divers:on,...

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. — 30 September 1899

PrULISHIED) EVERY SATURDAY AT LAK E 'IPRO VIDENCE, LA. JAMES N. TUINER,. Puldishier and Proprietor. AliS:IB(lIPTION : $200 PER YEAR. Satour,!ay Seiptcinber :.), 1.4:'. FPFTh DIST, LEVEE DOcRoD, i t'l"r h,,thi 8 (n O fi tot( Wedt nes,:!"'FI in .ianln ry, April Jul, Mud Octobeir, at c Delta l.a. t - it 7ip ou(Itceri nt . . FOR REPR ESENTKiTIUE. \' are tera iithtri( z d to nn) Hi ns uit pi 1,. 1i ItI.tu atm as . eianaliiatr for lob It reen:tatile fromh East ('!r' ol' l p[tish i :i the i vwer hoir of the G(nt ':l A'seil ,ly rf the S~ate1. t:l,j:c. t to ti, actionl e; of the )emocratic pat ty . rt WereAre althlrizOed to :annftiiltnr M j t C. S. W t.Y :as a i(. idlate for re- cl' ke tion fior Itepr'S ntO tle ft I EAst t C (·ral] parih inl the lower house of i the Gem' : r.d AssiemiO lt- of the Statt,. ct sujtct to the action of thi D uilortra ti iit partty. tIl W\e are anutl oriz,'d to ann1ounce Ma.~. A. K. AMAc'ItEI t 's a titn(li(l:lte forn k lteprescni':tive from East Carroll C p.tr...

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. — 30 September 1899

EXTRA FINE PIGS FEET AND MACKEREL AT4 A Ma ire & Sdliller'lels Fa loy Grecery. THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, Saturday, September ;0, 1899. J. E. RLANDEIJ., W. II. MOITGOMEIRY F. X. RAIsIDILL. Notary Public and -- Insurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdel Attorneys at Law -AN D- Real Estate Agents, Lake Prgvidence, La, WILL PRACTICE EN TIlE COURTS OF HARr CAIRROLL, W'RST CARROLL AND M.ADIsoN PARISnES, AND THE STATE SUPRmrE COUnT. Cifton F. Davis, A.ttf-at-Xa Ltw -AND Iteal 30tetast .Aut., Lake Providence, La. HAVING JUST FIXISIIED A COMPLETE ABSrRACT OF ALL TITE LANDS IN EAST CARROLL. I AM PREPARED TO FIURNISIL AaBTACTS OF TITLES ON SHORT NOTICE, B. WAYLES BROW NE, COURT STENOGRAPIIER AND NOTARY PUBLIC. W. I). BELL, W. B. PIERCE. DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE. Our office is located in the office for mally occupied by Hon. C. S. Wyly. Dr. Pierce's residence. The Egelly hlouse. Local and Parish News. Court on Monday next. Primaries October 17th. K. of P. meeting Tuesday unighbt next. Cotton seed now...

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. — 30 September 1899

oebiag Abend. "eA, so you've decided to name sour baby James, have you?" "Yes; but, of course, we shall call hitn IJ i right from the start." "Why have you such a decided preference for that A nameit" "Well, you see, I want to give hitm a fair show. Jim, you know. thymes with him, vim, trim, grim, prim, r!m, sh!m, whim, dim, limb, thim,and probably a lot of other words that I can't think of Just now; so if be ever does anything worth mention ing the poets will not be likely to over look it"-Chicago Times-Herald, yattoeleg and Suake B--. While scientific minds are discus. iag the anti-toxin serum treatment of "disease as itf it were a new thing, the people of ancient Burmah are calling attoation to the fact that for centuries the material they have used in the omAon custom of tattooing has been an ef~cient anti-toxin for snake bites. th The tattooed Burmese regard the bites % of poisonous snakes as harmlesss. g This, at least, is the statement of a f, gentleman from Burmah, who br...

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. — 7 October 1899

~be ;8amnezr·w lrtnocrwl VOL. XII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EASA &CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1899. NO. 17. WOMANS INFLUNCE m; oh Lr l urari o. ýawre ors ýj c o os ~Cs• U aE tU O VLP.S ¢oama Tm orw 'o "Hello, old follow! have you quite i forgotten your friends, or are you is thoughts so occupied with the fair Mar garet that insignificant men like me can gain no entrance into the Inner recesses of your mind?" " Brian was sitting in the library, with tl his feet gracefully elevated, and his mind deep in thought, and the enjoy- ,j ment of a cigar, when Bertie burst in upon him with this greeting. ci He jumped to his feet at the sound of the wqll-remembered voice, and making d a grab for Bertie's hand, wrung it for some seconds in silence. "So it is really you," he said, when he found his voice. Declaret I wouldn't u have known you. Take a chair and matk yourself at home. Had an idea p yeu'd turn up." "Like a bad penny," put in Bertie. n 'By the way, that simile is about wor...

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. — 7 October 1899

.- -- .m -- -...... t12ej Bar2rnr-PI ernocrat. D 'IUBIIHED EVERY IATUI)DAY ATI FI LAKE IPA()VIIENCE. LA. . . . . . . .... ...... . - --- _ - -- - l st SW,1MUEIL B. KENNEl)Y, Editor. - hero JAMES N. TURNER. peo, 'ubltiher and Proprietor. and as li .IBC('RIl'TION: $200 PER YEAR. with -- are taturday ectober 7, 1899. Ade - -- ----- --- inst pipTs DIST. bavES BOSRD. he d :tegular meetings second Wednesday'stel u .January. April July, and October, at )elta, lia. stat ------ -_= four ' ip our cerneiit . sel ---- shot FOR REPREt NTITTIE. elec We are :,nthorized t annonunce MR ism L,. . BARBER as a cundidate for Rep .cutativo from East Carroll parish in o t,,e lower house of the General Assem- irrel ihi of the State. subject to the action lical ,f the Democratic party. war We are authorized to announce MR diff C. 8. WYLY as a candidate for re election for Representntive from East hint C.:rroll parish in the lower house of E the General Assembly of the State. gars esuject to the action of ...

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. — 7 October 1899

EXTRA FINE PIGS FEET AND MACKEREL Manire & Schneider's Fanci Grocery. THE BANNER-DEMOCRATT . T 8H daturdsy, October 7. :899. 9, SAMUEL B. KENNEDY, Editor. If J. L RaasM., W. H. MoeTGooMry Be F. X. RAiuasLL. Notary Publie l and F -Insuranee AgenI. Ransdell&Ransdel ' Attorneys at Law A aRal aState Agents, Like Pmrvldseoe, La. WILL rTIOSO i TI Ea COURTs or BRa CRaOLL., Want CARROLL A eD ]M.aso PasrIHS, AND TH ana 8T s Suamrsm CoUT. 2 Clfton F. Davis, A.tty-mt-itsavw -AN-lD- 3R.e.a1 ietate A.gt., 0 Lake Providence, La. c 1AvWe JUar rraissND A cOLUTU tI AmrolA or 0 ALL Mta LaNDS I rN EAS UaNmoLL, I A PaUPAURD TO aURNxRS UI Aoel( OF Trras o0 Hno3r orTION, d H. WAYLES BROWNB, COURT SYrSaoeAamUamR AND NOTARY Pu.ao. W. D. BELL, W. B. PIEC. DOCTORS BELL AID PIERCE b Our office is located in the office for. 0 mally occupied by Hon. C. 8. Wyly. Dr. Pierce's residence. The Egelly IeIu Loea and Paralh News. t Says the ring dog to the bird dog: "Say, guay I whbo're you lackln'?' Says t...

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. — 7 October 1899

via" a smeasy Oae rainy day 19 spring, says Stray td-ries, an old Yorkshire fisherman re turned to his native village after an absence of fifteen years, and fearfully sought the house which sheltered his deserted wife. Entering without knock Ing, he seated himself near the open door, took a long and vigorous pull at his dirty clap pipe, and nodded jerkily me to "t'owd woman." "Mornin', Maria," e he said, with affected unconcern. She looked up from the potatoes she was or] peeling, and tried to utter the scathing mat tirade she had fully rehearsed since his the departure; but it would not cone. tve "Ben," she said, instead, once more re- h suming her work, "bring thesen o'er to big t' fire, an' Ah'll darn that hole 1' thy jersey. Ah meant doin' t' day tha fiel went away. but summat nut me of'" all - - ent "One Year's Seeding, in rye eegleced impurities in your blood our sow seeds of disease of qwhich you may ne'er ye# rid. If your blood is even the j east bit npure, do not delay, but...

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. — 28 October 1899

. II. LAKE PROVIDECE, EAST CARROLL Pnn RISH, LA., SATURDAYOCTOBER 281899. NO. 20. VOL. XII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28,J1899. NO. 20. AWOMANS INLUNCE CHAPTER XII-Coutiluaed. She bent her head, pretending to'ee amine the gleaming stones, but raieed It immediately, to say rather slowly: 'Tell me what you wish most, ant4 you shall have it." Brian gave a questioning glance at her half-averted face. He hesitated, but only for a second. The next he had caught aer in his arms, and holding her against his beating heart he pressed a long, passionate kiss upon her passive lips. She made not the slightest resistance, though her face had grown very white. He laid his own interpretation upon this sign. "You are -angry," he said, allowing her to go at last. 4 "No, no, not angry; that was your Christmas gift." She spoke with an effort and once more fell to admiring her pin. Brian watched her with a longing she felt rather than saw. To avoid his eyes she drew 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. — 28 October 1899

BLISkHI:D EVERY SATI'I!:DAY AT O LAK I't(OVIDONCE. LA. - 'The S AMUEL II. KENNEDY, Editor. Itto fixed thilt - convent JAME S N. TURNNFit. r n, it ,question Publisher and Proprietor. atioll. v JUBSCiltl'TI'ON : f 2001. t YR A l:r. contnitl Saturtlnd October 28, 1899. ebita. F:r'rh 01ST, L2avE- DOro IlerVulan r nwt llngs n d V h ' " n',igil :n .Jautay, Aprit July, no. O ;ol;t r at hi. i D)elta. iLa. - u' ari h omaorraPtic ýi c ,. 1 g oStt:te ti ---ary. r1 For lterr rt .tfativ. would -A. 1i. Aun.,kes, would Fr Shertil, perime J. I). Drou. -othei F:or (Clerk, G. F. ltnklurn. ip her For ouroltr, in 1 i9 W. E Lonu. 1But Fit't' V Al). detlclare for Police .Juror, islOthlot ltobt N Icholson. forluattoe P'eae, y:trhiot I 1. Ii. Beard. ,atts i II. 11. Dickens. For Constable. C. Mtiginnii. Comm Johnt Hllogalnt niingli SECOND WAI' ,. vital for t'olice .1t ror. Foatnl .W. C. Hlope. For .Jutfce I'eace. the C. II. Web. the no For Constable. Senate Barney Conn. tee lis Tilml WARD.t -- ' or Police...

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 October 1899

Maple Syup a1 Ne Sugar Hloue Molasses. -MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER. Ill0llllbalalllk lt ~ldiba01ib9QIBldll THE BANER-DEMiOCRAT, Saturday, October 28, 1899. SAMUEL B. KENNEDY, Editor. i- _ .. ------ ,, -~.~-_= J. E. RtANSD.LL, W. H. MO-Too r-ar F. X. rArDaLL. Notary Pubtle - Insurance AgenL Ransdell&Ransdcl " Attorneys at Laaw -A N D Real Estat .dgents, Lake Providence, La, WILL PRACTICE IN TIIB COURTd OF U As't CARROLL, Wa,'r CARROLL ANDI MADIasoN PARISI!18, AND TJHE STATSI SUPItNME COUnT. CIFton F. Davis, Atty-at-maw.r,, -AND 1Real 30 gta~te Azset., Lake P raidencre, La. LHAVING JnsT FIMISIIRD A CO1'LtTIR r AMrnISAT OF ALL T?I LAND1 Ix EAIS 2 CIGITOLL. I AM PBIPAU1) TO FUBNI B e ABSTACTS OF TITLE8 oM SHORT1 OTnoN, E. WAYLES BROW NE, ('OUIUT OSTaIxOGAPHcra AND NOTARY PUBLIC. W. I) BErLL, W. I. PIT,CE. DOCTORS BELL AND FIERCE, Our office is locat.d in the (ofie for mally oocupied( by Hon. C. S. Wyly. 1 Dr. Pierce's resideuce. The Egelly louseso. Local and Parish News. u Show to...

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 October 1899

MALTA PVER. Malta fever takes its name from the bet that it was first studied among the British troops in the Island of Mal ta. It occurs along the shores and among the islands of the entire Medit erranean sea. In this country it has become of interest from the fact that among the troops returning from Cuba last autumn several cases were found of a disease which closely resembled It. Indeed, it is now believed that Mal ta fever prevkils in the Mediterranean of the western hemisphere as well as In that of the eastern. It occurs in Hongkong, and doubtless also in the Philippine Islands. Music for Nervonoanes. Some scientists havre claimed that music has the power to soothe the Uerves But the quickest way to cure nervousness ti t strefnthen the tservrols system. We know o nothing which will .ecolnrlibh this quicke than Hosteter stomnach litt-rs. It is the one medicine TIht I succeseful above .1 others in the treatmlent of blood. stolnach amd liver diseases. Donot take a subtitute. c e...

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 November 1899

VOL. XfI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1899. NO. 21. c - WOMAN5 NFLUENCE Margaret laughed bitterly. "The heighborhool has alreadZdlsoussed them - ~ to its heart's content. Be sure of that */ I don't believe I can be hurt more than I have bedh on that point. As to get. tin rid of you, you talk without reason or sense, Brian. There'd be no getting r!d of you, even If I regarded you In the light of a millstone around my neok; Swleh I don't-quite. Now, I've been thinking a great deal, and I have deo cided that as you cannot endure life here I'll have to endure life in Ne, '**- " York. I am going there next week." I nL mq (t TO New York," repeated Brian, t5'diJ' LQ 13.A scarcely able to credit his ears. '1 thought you said it would break your "r tm r zR XlV-Ouaterd heart to leave Elmwood. When MatLtret reached home fte Margaret dropped herfork and stoopsi her ride, during whloh her thoughts had to pck it up before she alniered: not ceased to dwell upo...

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 November 1899

T e h3arlrrtPr-I)ern!ocrat. T - IJUILLISIED EVERY SAT'I'PDAY Al LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. SAMUEL B. KENNEDY, Editor. tn th JAMES N. TUR'INER. Publisher and I'roprletor. th atfl; RISI ll'tION : $2001) PER YEAR. I.I. Saturday NovembeCr 4, 18.19. st FiFTh DIST, av~E tCrRD. hb Regular mleltli: s ep, aon! d 1 ,e ne¢l day', r i " ta in .lanlluary, AVril July. c:ad October, at DIelta, La. .-- - -- .. - _ _ I arish Demos r.! t `ti; c. For lepreeyutative, A. K. A alllrl.c r, ' For `'! r-ris!T, J.1. W. Duna. For ('lrk. G. F. tIilkbhurn. of For ('orer, it W. E Lona. FIRST I. AR D. For P'olie' .Inraor, Ito tl Nicholston. 1 For .lustiee 'Peace, I. II leard. It. Ii. Dlickenis.. For Constabl e. C. Slaiaintia. John Hogan, o SgCOND W\ARD. For Police .Juror. W. C. . Hope. ,i For ,Itstice I'P ce. C. II. Webb. 0 For Constable. Blarney Coun. It Tl linlo W1ARD, For Police nJror. Phil Mc(tuire. For .lustiee P'eace. C. i1. Egelly. D. IVW. ilniour. For Constable. a TV, A. Itlount. jr. W. 11. hlunter. FoURTH WAR...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 4 November 1899

?f ( ( I ( I ( ? ift If it ((p ( t i 4f tI- rr t f f t 1111 Maple Sy n an New Sugar House Molasses. 4MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER. IUUIillUUU11U111U1N111UllUlNU116d11111d1Ui THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT., Saturday, November 4, '899. SAMUEL H. KENNEDY, Editor. J. E. RANIDELL, W. H. MORTOOibgRT F. X. RAWnIBDLL. Notary Public and -Insurance Agent. Ransdell&lRansdel Attorneys at Law -A ND Real Estate Agents, Lakh Proldence, La. WILLu PRACTICE Ix THE COURTS or EAsT CARROLL, W:Ia CARROLL AND MADUIOH PARIsuHs, AND THE STATE 8ULarauZ COURT. CIfton F. Davis, A.tty.at-L.aaw -AND R.eal FDastate A~gt., Lake Providence, La. HAVING JUSBT FINISlED A COMPLETE A$UEWAI T O ALL "HR LANDS IN EAST (ARROLL. I AM 'REPARID TO FURNISH AIsTACT OF TITLES ON BSORT NOTICB, E. WAYLES BROWNE, COURT STCNOGRAPHIR AND NOTARY PUBLIC. W. D. HELL, W. B. PIERCE. DOCTORS BELL AND PIERCE, Our office is located in the office for mally occupied by Bon. C. S. Wyly. Dr. Pierce's residence. The -Egelly House. Local and Parish News. An...

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 November 1899

- 113 GULP o1 MANIIL & reas ries tor the 'Dm*4136 of ees le storms. The Gulf of Maine iq a geographical w aivision not marked on average maps, for it is chiefly referred to in scientific treatises on the general subject of the tides, says Collier's Weekly. It is ul formed by the great curve of the Amer- i clan coast from Cape Race, the eastern extremity of Newfoundland. westward and southward to Cape Cod and Nan tucket. Into this curve during normal conditions of sea and air a current sets perpetually from the far north, known b as the Labrador current. It makes its way southward inside the gulf stream and cools the water, even in summer, as far as Nantucket sound. In the winter months, when northerly winds prevail, a terrific sea is hurled against J those rockbound shores, and when rocks are wanting the sands are torn I up and shifted, forming islands and f new bars here and there, involving the shifting of myriads of tons in a single day, that may mean destruction to the unwar...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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