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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 16 December 1899

VOL. XII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16i 1899. NO.30 -.. .. ... .- . . . .. .... .. hf, , t WOMANSINFLULENCE for awhile?" said Brian, turniang to Mar garet. This air would infuse new Life inhis L . ertie teral losing garet not ( h Wheh hou, idl serve terei C.APTar XI i V. will aacwar.'s cowrtsszow. Ines Brian at first was content to lie stil ou and watch Margaret, but as le grew Parti stronger he would ask her to Wag or COMA talk to him, and then would she tel him sam again and again of the bitter regre and SUde remorse whieh had filled those three me Ion miserable weeks hope n "or ornel I was," he whisperdl. "I n did not ksow what I was saying. I could never reproach you. Yoe have r done more for me than I can ever spa err of. Always my true, loyal wife. Al here ways making sacrifices for me. Itwas cent euch a dear, tender heart that I longed med. for just a tender spot in it." "A very pboud heat," she e*reeted tem gently. recm "Only sometimes. An...

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. — 16 December 1899

Pl1e B3annrr-Denmocrat. pTBLRlSHEI) EVERY SATURDAY AT LANI E I'OV IDENCE. LA. ?SAM.1UEL 1 N. KENNEtY, Editor. JAMEN." T :IINER. IPtbliaherl avid i'roprietor. ,iilSCit.il'TION : 8200N I'iER YEAR. Saturdlay D)eceminber 1., 189i9. FieTh DIaT, LEVEE BCPeD, eognlhr mhe 111i5s heo(, d t ; t lneeslay ' Ii oirnlar. April Jult., a.d October, at Delit. Lu. I The reult of the pr imary election :AbWF4 that "'the ring" is not dvlad by any meians, but is qtite a live co(irpse. As v ill wbe seen by a (ot(,l F ipaison of the returns, .1 iulge Mont goiniry wais defe:;ted by the lar1re in:jority of 34 votes in his own wardl by Mr. lld eis The town ward! was considered tile stroum olml of the opposiition, ard everv nn on on thlir ticket lost out in it. In fact, the en entire lHolhnes-Ransdell-ticket re- I ceived a unljlity ,f votes ihi EastI Carroll, the other ticket being de-* featetl to a mIIni. "llh' were limet fquarely on every issite and were fairly beaten. Mr. Raitsdell ran ahead of his ticket...

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. — 16 December 1899

HERE WE AREAGAIN.......... FAT MAEREL. ASI'ARAGUS AND) MUUSHROON , ROLLED OAIS AND ('01) FI_,SI. UIORSE RADISH Mt1U AI'RI) AND OLIV OIL. OLIVES AND FANCY PICKLES. VEIL LOAF AND BRAWN. _ FRUIr CAKE INGREDIENTS. POSTEL'S ELEG=ANT FLOUR. ....Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran and Cow Feed..... MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER. [HE BANNER-DEMOCRAI,I iaturday,.December 16. :899. SAMUEL B. KENNEDY, Editor. J. S. RANsIDLL, W. F1. IONTooMIRY F. X. RAsDSaLL. Notary Publie and - Insurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdel Attorneys at Law -- ND Real Estate Agenta, Lake Providence, La. WILL PRACTICa IN TI1e COURTS OF j EAST CARROLL, E8ST CARROLL AND MlADrsON PARlIsn , AND TIlE STATE SUPtauR COURT. Cifton F. Davis, A.tt-y.at-Lea.w -AND Eteal 1 ElGtate A gt., Lake Providence, La. HAVING JUSF FIVIS1IND A COMI'LRTE ABSTRAOT OF ALL 'HE LANDS IN EAST (CARROLL. I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH ABrrACTS OF TITLES oN 81IORT NOTICB, E. WAYLES BROWNE, ('OURT' STENOORAPHUER AND NOTARY PUBLIC. W D BELL, W. B. 'IERICE. DOCTORS BELL AND PIE...

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. — 16 December 1899

," Is an Ill Wind NE That Blows Nobody Good.r"'q That small ache or pain or .weakness £s the "il .wid" that directs your attention to the necessity of purifing your blood by e taing Hood's Sarsap ' Ja. Then your be vhhole,body receies good, for the purified blood goes tingling to evrry organ. It is the remedy for all ages and both sexes, te FLORAL DISPLAY. rfeedt It was in the early seventies that the 3 rage for elaborate floral displays be gan. The late Sir Edward Scott star- t tlcd London by telling his florists to to I use as many flowers as they wanted to tua na decorating his house for a ball. The gard lorists were delighted to obey and the thel result kept London talking for TI months. A contemporaneous written agree- rnt ment referring to a promissory note isk and providing that the maker may re- Ill ceive the note back on surrendering can certain stock. Is held in American Gas 1111 and V. M. company vs. Wood (Me.), 43 lan L. R. A 149. to constitute with the note i,.," part ...

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. — 23 December 1899

VOL. XII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY. DECEMBER 23, 1899. NO. 31. THE BURGLARS TWO. Last autumn, toward the end of the "Lana." Hargreaves and I went down to Lyncaster-on-Sea to do some read In5 The season was over, and we found ourselves almost the only visitors in the place-quite the only ones, in fact, at the Park hotel. Consequently we had a choice of rooms, and it was pure ly accidental that we chose the corner sitting-room on the "second floor front," overlooking the grounds of the hcoel and also the People's park. The western wall of the hotel gar dens formed the eastern boundary of the park, and our room was at right angles to the wail. Immediately be ncath it, on the park side, was a row of garden seats. One night Hargreaves and I were lux uriating in a lounge after dinner. The room was in darkness and we were quiet for once-enjcylng a smoke and half dozing. Presently I was roused by the sounl of voices talking outside. The window was open and I drew ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 23 December 1899

U'JBLIlIIIED !V'I;Y ,AT'!;DAl AT LAII PIROV IDENCE. LA SAMULEF, i;. ,: , ' vN- !',-it. J.11't1S N. it I'NEl:. Publisher and P'roprietor. ' TIT;'DC I JI'I "'{ ,)N : A' , L YUtz . S tIT I 1 )el] p: ! ob 2. R 1L . P PT) S5.T, LL' P: PC~.D, In t4n u ;'r o A ,i:ii It( i , a. ,, 1 '.' r, at li lii. 1 . . Deimocratic Ticket. F"or S-lat2.r, W. i. ML RI'IIk. , For ~e-t;it t' g. F,,r D)istrict A tt=,rne3, DAVID M. E1'N;, .;. I.. of Maiiiutt P.iL-h. .A. K. ;1maul r, For Sherit, J. Jut. utln , For ClIrk. G. F. Bhlacklure. For (oroner, WV, I Lore. FIRsT WAInD. Itobt Nlchole n. 'or Jut tie l'ef'a., I. B. Henrd. 1, II. lcIckon,. For Conustablle. I'. Malnginni-. John Hogan. SECOND WAIDn. For Police Juror W. 1'. Hope. For .ustitce Pe'..e. C. It. Webhb. For Constaibll. llarney Conn. THIRn WART, For Police Juror. 'Phil MeGuire. For Justice Peace. C. RIt. Egelly. For ('onetahle. W. A. Blount, Jr.. . II. Hiuonter. FOPrTi WARD, For Police .Juror. A. 1. Nelson. For .1Jusie' P'eaee. E Stockner. For Conet...

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 December 1899

HERE WE ARE AGAIN............ FPT MACKEREL. SUGAR HOUSE MOLASSES AND FIEKiR HEAT. PLUM PUDIJING AN;i PINE APPLE. ASPARAGUS AND MUSItRONS, ROLLFI) OATrS AN) ('(OI) F!;II. ;IORSE RADISH MLUSTAf.I) AND OLIVE OIL. OIAVES AND FANCY PICK.IES. 'VEIl. LOAF AND BRAWN.* ItUIF CAKE INGREIIENT'S POSTEL'S ELEG, . T FLOUR. ....Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran and Cow Feed..... rMAOUIRE & SCLHNEIDER. i111 I II 'l tHE BANNER-DElOCRA1, $aturday, December 23. :898. SAMUEL B. KENNEDY. Edlitor. J. R. RANsDELL, 1'. H1. M5ONTOOMERt N'. X. RANSDBLL. Notary Public anod Insurance Agent Ransdell&Ransdel Attorneys at Law --A N D Real Estate Agonts, Lake Providence, La. WILL PRACTICR IN THES COURTS Of BAST CARROLL, WST CARROLL AND MADIsoN PARIenIs, AND THE STATr St.r aBa COURT. CIfton F. Davis, a.tty-at-LaTw -AND- SIteal I0aetate Agt., Lake Providenou. La. HAVING JUST FVPISTIFD A cOMaI5P,TE ABSTRPACT OF ALL F'HE LANDS IS EASeT CA(.AOLL. I AM PRiEPAREL) TO FURnltIS £BOYAOT* OF TITLM ON SHORT NOTICE. IS WAYLES BR...

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 December 1899

em  eas eae.h Spain has more sunshine than say eountry in Europe. The yearly average Ia 8,000 hours. In America it is 2,100. The troubles a man usually ti es to drown are those he borrows. The Isthmus of ranama. ~t englir.eers les'ov that they have sovre1 Ws problem of lae ruc.:eflul tcmplletl ofl segret eniserp lse. It so. It will prtv a tret b.nt to kita slty. no) no0 e, truth aUl+ SpeaklHg, than as Uo.'te:oer's Stotoaeh Bit tore, tae remedy wti'.h never e:,; i C' -: adaicCtins uf the stouiaah-'or at wn*tI use !is prolperily ws'abot huan't? nlb. tttte in *wrIthly trcng4en wak sttomtsCls iid t.r p9d lIvers, and lata e of the kie s.e igs ,f te age There are some men too stingy to even V,.y atri bute. Hurtlug Eyes Arerellesedofal pailo and so'cn. s w l:bu' rat" ae noe dry by Lneae ir dA ~ . tni 1t n Coals. ,ats rand s:lra,'t r:,e sera ey.'.A waterling. sures Io,~ :ini atiot Ce h toa -., deý a an din g ' "L sou at, "---t , x; ok etr --,,r r ,', Oyi ra .edorriuu.. refu dsld tir X...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 30 December 1899

VOL. II. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 189. NO. 3h. THE MONUMENT. I think I may fairly claim to know Iore of Monty's peculiarities than most people for I have known him all my life. Therefore, when he told me one af ternoon that he was going to be mar lied, I felt in a position to pity the girl from the bottom of my heart. "Monty," by the way, is a contraction of "Monu ment," a name I specially invented, as summing up nearly both his physical and mental aspect. He was tall and extremely handsome, after the style of the later and more degenerate Greek gods bearing on every feature and in every movement the stamp of languor and of laziness. He is Indolence personified, and, in deed, if you take that away, there re mains little or nothing butt -Obstinacy (with a big 0). This combination blended together by a thick solution of self-complacency. produces, meta phorically speaking, a stone wall. You cannot argue with him; he will neither be convinced hi...

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 December 1899

PUBLISIIH:D EVE£IY SATU1I:lAY AT LAKL PI'OVIDIINCE. LA. SAMUEl, B. KENNEDY, Elitor. JAMES N. TUItNF:IL. Pul?,isher and J'rorieror. QUBBCRII"J'TJN : $124) PER 1 EAR. Siaturly I)eceinmber :;, R1 .. -1,=Th DIST, LEVEE BC;. 0, in *.lJanuary. April .Jti~l a.:. 4)ctober, at el),ia. La. D011e0r1oratie i Let. Fut (  - . . . D ALlT LIE (:i'.)N. F1, Si . 'rcret 'r' of MS ate, F or "'r .a ur' r L. :f : TII. F,,r Authitor, X. S IRAZIi: For Sup'I)i 1,ict Erati, n J.M. EV. CAL , J(UN F,)r S.-nntr, oif Manillson Paribh. A. K. Arnaiket r, For iSher:lr, J. W1. Duna. For ('ler!k, iG. , I tae k Itu c rni. For Coroner, W. E Lone. For Police Juror, Rolht Nicholson. W. C. Hope. i'hil Me i tfre. A. M. Nelson. T. W..hiny. OUR STATE TICKET. We place at the head of our col umns this week the State ticket as framed bI the late convention at laton Rouge. It is regarded by ail D)emocerats throughout Louisiana as a good; clean ticket. All the men on it aie men of honest, straight records, and there cain be mad...

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 December 1899

HERE WEARE AGAIN............ FAT MACKERREL. SUGAR HOUSE MOLASSES AND BUCKVWHEAT, PLUM PUD1IING AND PINE APPLE. ASPARAGUS AND MUSUROONS. OROLLED OATS AND COD FIh~I. HORSE RADISH MUITARD AND OLIVE SIVES AND FANCY PICKLES, VEIL LOAF AND BRAWN. FRUIT CAKE INGREDIENTS, POSTLL'S ELEANT FLOUR. ....Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran and Cow Feed..... 5MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER. ... . ~I--i- __ I iE i •n lI i ll THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. I Saturday, December 30. 1899. SAMUEL B. KENNEDY. Editor. J,. E. RiANBDel.L, W. H. MONTOOMuIRT *. X. RAN.BDELL. Notary Public and - Insurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdel Attorneys at Law -A N D Real Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La. WILL PRACTICH IN THE COURTS OF EAst CARROLL, WIST CARROLL AND MADISON PARISHES, AND THE 'STAT r Srr8zrEW COURT. Cfton F. Davis, Atty-att-LI.aaw -AND --eal EIastate A ,gt., Lake Providence, La. HAVING JUST FINISHED A COMPLETE Aa EACT OF ALL 'HE LANDS IN RAST CARROLL. I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH LA&ACTS OF TITLES ON SHORT NOTICE, E. WAYLES BROWN...

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 December 1899

"You Can't Catch the ! Wind in a Net." MAs t can ye caM cate ' by ocalI appkClicona. b a c·ms:" .a *c's, and i cured by Hood' . be- N cause d is a cnstei aedy. A rpets from t' d inpurny which cses , and reiuld. and re ik d membranes. STRAUSS' DEATH. I Ue sceuambed to Exhaustion from i S.rvices to Charity. In Vienna Special to the London Tele- t: graph: The Vienna opera house every a' year stages "Fledermaus" with its best sl artists, as does also the Berlin opera b' house. unfortunately this masterpiece ti was the Indirect cause of its compos- in er's sickness and death. On Whit W Monday "Fledermaus" was played at the opera, and Strauss was persuaded to conduct the overture- himself, as the representation was for charitable pur- to poses. Doctors had forbidden him to et indergo any fat!gun, as he suffered of 'rom chronic affection of the bronchial fo tubes. The master was always excited pl while conducting, and had been espe- w clally warned against any sudden N change in temperat...

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 January 1900

VOL. XlII. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 19oo. NO. 33. OLD TIMES AND NEW. Talk about the "old times!"-never times like this! Rvery sweetheart's leanl' to a lover's ten der klis. Talk about the "old times!" nothis' like the new! Evory blessed violet jest bendin' with the dew. Talk about the "old thnes!"-aweet their soup an' words; But listen to the slagin' of the present moekin' I,lrds! Talk about the "old times"-they was sweet so see, But this new world an' these new times are good enough fur ma ' MY ESCAPE, S A Cnt of Md, Mild Eaoatrllty. "I suppose I am ecoentric," said Dick Clavering "at least they tell me so; at any rate there is a story anent that, if you care to hear." "Go on, go on," was the unani mous vote. , Dick settled himself comfortably- that is to say, threw himself back in his chair, with one leg over the back of another. "It was a queer thing to do," he began. "What was?" "The will he made," said Dick; "but suppose he was eccentric,...

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 January 1900

LAki N!rlt3V I1'N. IA SAMrT:EL It. KENNEIY, E litor. pti'altn f'r and I'r.,lTr!etor. 9; UiSl 211 1t'1 ' IN i YA I. SaFurr:y T 1J 7-aoy i, 3Da0 Deio1rati c' Ticket. F-r Go' ,riror. W. - W. IIFAKLD. For Li,-,',nnt (;a: -t r> ,r. AILBEHI' ES'lOl'zNAL. Fnr Attrueio (.rri~rri, WALI'ER CUION. For Seerrtirr t of SPe. J. 1' MI;CIEL. For 'rrx'l"r r, L. SMITh. For Andidhor, W. S. FRAZEE. For Sup't P ul lic Ed acatton, J. V. CALI;OUN. Fo'r S-nalor, of Madison IParish. Fur District Judge, For District Attornc, DAVID M. EVANS, JR., of Ma'Iiiou Perish. ror Rcpresentmtlve, A. K(. Amnatkrr, for SIrlnt, J1. W. lUxio. For Clerk. Q. Ir. ladbnrma. For Cormupr, W. E Long. For Police Juror, Bobt Nlic'olson. W. C. Hope. fi'hI Mct~utre. A. M. Nelson. 1'. W. .Jsy. WHEN THE .TWENTIETH CEN TURY BEGINS. It is curious to read in the papers and periodicals of the great discrep ancy of opinion as to when the twen tieth century begins and when the present century ends. Almost every paper, pamphlet, mnagazine, o...

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 January 1900

HERE WE ARE AGAIN.:.......... FAT MAC.KEREL. BUGAR HOUSE MOLASES AND BUC('KWHEAT, PLUM PUDDING AND PINE APPLE, ASPARAGUS AND \[SHRKOON . BOLLED) OA'IS AND ('01) FISH1. fIORR: HAI)IIH MII'~T~HI) AND OLIVE 1Ol. OLIVES AND FANCY PICKLES. VEIL LOAF AND BWN. FRUIT CAKE INGREDIENTS. POSTEL'S ELEGANT FLOUR. ....Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran and Cow Feed..... - MAGUIRE & SCHNEIDER. SHE BANNER-DEMOCRA,. I Saturday, January 6, 1900, J. 1. BAwIDRLL, WH. H. Mol4TGOMUT i. Z. R~tsDELL. Notary Publio and -Insurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdel Attorneys at Law -A N D Real Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La. ,WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS Of BAse CARROLL. 1EaST CAMlROLL AND MaIleOW PARIHurU, AND THil STATE Suiaxs[ CorerT. Cifton F. Davis, A.tty-at-la rpr -AND =Ieal tEll~tte > .1t.. Lake Providenow. La. HAVING JUST FINIuEIUI) A COMPLETE ArlTRACT OF ALL 'IIR LANDS IN EAsT (JAEBOLL. I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH AUbMACTI OF TITLES oN SHORT NOTICE, E. WAYLES BROW NE, ('OURT' STBWOOiAPHITR AND NOTARY PUBLIC...

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 January 1900

"The Best is Cheapest." We team IhI from experience in every rpartment of life. Good clothes are mcs' erwdceable and wear the longest. Good food gees the best nutriment. Good se~dine, Hood's SarsaparIa, is the best and cheapest, because It cures, absolutely CURES, when all others fat. SENSES OF THE BLIND. e-mas I..noelst Demolishes Loae Established 1Bl.sf. The Lancet: A long series of expert sents has recently been made by Prof. N. Oriesbach, of Basle, upon the rela, tive acuteness of the senses of hear nlg, touch, taste and smell in the casq of the blind and those who possess hormal vision. The results are con tained in Pinger's Archly. The obser vations were made on those who werq otherwise healthy. In the differentia tion of tactile impressions no remark able differences were observed between the seeing and the blind, or it small differences did exist they were in favor ea the seeing. In those born blind the tactile sharpness was somewhat lees than in the seeing, and in some cas...

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. — 14 January 1900

THE JAILER'S BABY. " It was all the fault of the baby. So sI the Jailer Said, and so everybody be- o: Sleved. At the same time it was de- ci elared absurd that a baby should be allowed companionship with a mur- d derer, and beyond all decency that g bottles of laudanum should be left within its reach. Indeed, there was a tI great deal of talk, and much disap- tl pointment over the affair. Not since c the lynching of the negro Tilly, two 11 g'ears before, had there been a hang- n Ing in the jail. And this time it was h to have been conducted on the strict- ti eat principles of the hangman's code. tl $o very proper were all the arrange ments that the citizens spoke of the Doming "execution" with quite the de corum which an eastern town would c Use to discuss a pink tea. Small won dler then that everybody-especially those holding tickets of admission- was outraged. In fact, so much was said that the jailer resigned and he and his wife-with the baby, who had C done all the mischief-move...

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. — 14 January 1900

iL'U}E.tbLuD E v1.Y 8ATL hDAT AT LAI( l ' OV IDIFNCE. LA. MA:IIEL B. KENNEL)Y. Eiitor. J. J A ,"tF N . T "r~ N E Rt , Pu'tblitther and I'r.Irtitor. 40I0;,C{lUl''TILON : t;0 l PER YEAlt. Sa al, January 13, 1300. FIFyh fist, 14rce: ECo,RD Ieglit:tr t tli'ligt I+P nt(ld 'et, neSi:iy's ln .taltuary. April ,ttl.l. and October, at D)elta. 1.:1. Den1ocratic i Ticke t. F",r iii (r;:r, W. W. IIEAl;!). 1'.r Li t!'nalt (Govertor, A l.BliRTI Es'I ()' N A, L. For Atlot'tu t Gen(er l, W A1l E, (1L IO N. F( r Sret try of S:ate, J. 1' MICHIEL. For' T' 'revlare'r, L. SMTITI. For Auditor, W. S, FRIIAZ.E. For Sutit't l'uilie E',ucanli,n, J. V. CALilOUN. Fr Senator. W. MI. MIURPIlIY, of Madison Parish. For D)istriet Judge, F. F. MONTGOMERlY. For District A'ttorntc. I1AVI)D M. EVANS, JR., of Madison Parish. For Representative, A. K. Amacker, For Sheriff, 1. W , I)unu. Foi ('I.rk. G. P. Blacukbullrn. For ('orntr, W. EI Lou.e. For Folice ,'uror, lobtt, Nicholstn. W. C. Ilop. Phil McGuire. A. 31. N I,...

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. — 14 January 1900

A CARD. With the departure of the Old and the arrival of the New Year,.we desire to tender our acknowledgments to .our customers and friends who have so liberally patronized us in the past. We can truthfully say that we have always endeavored to give satisfaction, and have spared neither labor nor expense in serving our patrons, .and it is a pleasing releetion to us that we have received gratifying proofs of our success in accomplishiig our object. We are thankful to our kind and generous patrons for the encouragement and-support'they have extended, and respectfully ask that the closing year of the 19th Century should afford us still further proofs of approval of our efforts to serve them, promising that on our part there shall be no lacking of will or work in the execution of their commands. To our patrons in par'icular and the trade in general, we wish a happy and prosperous NEW YEAR. _ YOURS VERY TRULY, MA lUIREc & SCMHNEIDER. THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. I tu Saturda, January 13, 19...

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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 14 January 1900

"He That Any Good Would Win" Aortdd hav good health. re, rich Mood is the first requisite. loods Sarsa parlla, by OgAing good blood and good ealth, has helped many a man to success, besides gving strength and courage to women who, before taking t, could not een see any good in life to win. t1e5se5 oadd xi* t. the eorid. The Band Barton and Albion gold mine, under the town of Ballarat, la Australia, has yielded more than fifty millions as the value of its output of gold since it was discovered about thir ty years ago. It is the most productive gold mine yet known. Its supply of paying quarts seems practically inex haustible, and as the vein is extensive, being spread over much territory, the mine bids fair to last for centuries. The work in the Ballarat gold mine is said to be much safer as well as more com fortable than that of the workers in a coal mine. At Ballarat there are no noxious gases and no danger from ex plosions. Air is forced into the work ings through various shafts. I...

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