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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 20 January 1894

-- - 'fyruu+ tvn . VOLUME VI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 189. - ., ...:i:+,:i ,,. ... ,q ,,=, .,, ,,;+,  BABY DOROTHY. eYou look as wise, I think that you Knew some streage things beyond ar view. Your steadfast eyes, So calm and clear, have neither doubt, distrust nor fear. You have an sir Profoundly sure That all sweet mercies will endure That bright and fair All things must be Por little baby Dorothy. So crystal clear Your lambent eyes, I thiak that good and pure and wise Things must appear Beholden through Such limpid, shialng spheres of blue. And bhece the world Tlyour calm gaze Is beajtift. With golden days; a&d all impearled With purity Is life to baby Dorothy. But stay. a tear, A trembling lip W t frightful storm has wreeked loSr sht What ghostly fear Or vast distress m eleuded o'ee yoear eomelineass Awiy, great beast, or sCeotor grim! '1tR to winlad seraphim tairy feasti A shame as thee i b frighten baby Dorothyl A dimspled cheek...

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 January 1894

TIE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHIED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. JAMES N. TURNER, Publisher and Proprietor. QUBSCRIPTION : t680 PER TEAR. _aturday, - - January 20, 1894. Russia has sppropriated £5,500, 000 to be expended on her navy. Fifteen hundred bales of cotton were burned is Memp',is last Tues day. The French boom-thrower, Vail lant. has been sentenced to the gal lotine. There is an electric phaeton on the ftreets of Paris, running at the rate of ten miles an hour. For several dlays last week there was not a lemon to be foun I in New Orleans, Memphis or Vickburg. -- - -. Eleven millions of dollars is paid to the sugar planters of Louisiana in bounty per annum. The export of cotton seed oil from New Orleans during the year 1893 amounted to 883,000 gallons, val ued at $431.450. Philadelphia has more churches than any other city in the Union 664; New York comes next with 534, and then Chicago with 500. The gret Cathedral in Marsalles, France. was consecrated last week in 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 January 1894

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, _ _ _ _- _;. _. - - - . • , a = , lturday, - - January 20, 1894. ROBT. WHETSTONE. Counceller and Attorney at Law, Rayvills. - La. Will practice n the parls es ofMore ouse, Onac its. Rlcfland. Franklin. Madison, West Carroll anld attend every term orcourt in Fast Carroll: aiso t eCircuit and Supreme courts of the State. Will give special and prompt attention to all business entrusted to ate. sept.3 0. S. W'LY, .Attorney at Isaw. Lake Providence, La. Practices In State and Federal Courts, CLIFTON F. DAVIS, ..ttLornoy at T.aaw, Lake Providence. La. At Judge Montgomery's law office. W. D. BELL, Surgeon and Practicing P ysiclan. (Obstetrics a speettty ) Will respond to all calls. day'or ntcht. Office at Bernard druti store. Rtesidence next to Met odist C ore Payment for medianl services must be made at the close of each mouth positively, DR. A. G4 TtL*A N, Denti.f t. (Iraduate Baltimore .Cllegs eorDeattal Surgery. C flce houns. S to J):.-3 to 6. Over Cassell's Drag...

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 January 1894

Tau trade mark lawsutt to enjcin the Chat, anooga Medicine Co. from using the name M. A. Thedford or M. A. Thedford & Co., in con tiection with their liver medicine or Black. Draught has been decided by Judge New. man in the U. 8. Circuit Court in Atlanta, Ga., and the suit dismissed. One branch of the case in which the court was asked to en join the Rome Company from manufactur ing a medicine said to be an imitation of the Chattanooga Medicine Co.'s medicine, has 'been appealed, and will be argued before the U. S. Appellate Court in New Orleans, in a few months. The large trade mark brights involved in these suits make them dntereating to all manufacturers who claim protection under trade mark laws against concerns who attempt to pirate legitimate demand. In publishing the result of the suit in Atlanta, the Chattanooga Daily Times says: The Chattanooga Medlctne Company and theft mredeceesors have been In the medicine business in his city with one slight Interruption since i2. ...

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 January 1894

VOLUME VI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISHLA., ATURDAY JAU 7, VOLUME VI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH,- L2., SATURDhAY, JANUARY Y, 11-: HER LAST CAST. aT w. ADDiOem. tsCprlsht, ti, by the Aitbev. T WAS in the Alvares circus that two Ger mans dressed as Ohineem, were exhibiting their skill in that most dan gerous per formance of knife-hrow ing, an art which is fast dying out. The Chinese were the first to bring it to Europe in the fortsa sand for the time being gained for themselves onsider abei pepalarlty by their remarkable deftaems and kill The artists in the Alvaresz reus were man sad wife-she, with a serene smile on her lips, her long, fair hair bhaling loosely over- her shoulders, her deep, blue eyes directed fearlessly and full of soaneaes towards her comrader he, firm and eeol, with an e..presslon of su proms ladlfeeoe to the danger his wife so boMlyand unfiia inlgly laeed. The couple seemed to mock death, playing with him as with a tame tiger ase But, howeve...

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 January 1894

T E BANER-f.iUORAT. PULLISMIUHD ItYV T StA'SUIUAY AT LAKI PROWV WINCK. LA. JMEIaS N. TrINETtI. Pablisher sad Proprietor. tTUBRCIIPTION : $2g)o PER Y LA R. 8:iturday, Jntmuary 27, lM94. l, far the eottnnia t-pr is estim:ated to be 7,nf0.000 hals. Chinese andl:ewr get $1 a montLh and have to ibmrt, themselves. Jtllt'e Iyneh executed during the year ti8't3, 200 victims, 196 muen and 44 woien. Italy is in a state of ermeneutation; several provinces have been placed Uulder wartial law. New Y:ark City has 300,000 lIe brews:; a g,(nk ma:y ;uore than there are in all Palestine. The deenest metal mine in the Woll is at T;mnarack, Mlicihigan. w'tich is 3.70t) feet. Duri:tg the year just ended the lo by fire in the Uunted States I"I property was vah.edl at $150,tM0i,000. Taenty-three slathL assnd 109 grave I Injuries. that were directly traceable to football, ocdurred during the year 1832. The total number of gallons of uiolasaes exported from, New Orleans during the year 1893 amounted to 2.6...

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 January 1894

I we ~ tattle. $iatorday, - " Jsaauryr g7, :*tl&. sl'wC R.03T. WAX $O~Z up b, Janc &OB% nlr br lap ~,I wais ;' : La. *111 irnctle. a 0b e.".of4 .- n,ea. 41141t-0 Wepat Carroll au4 stsP evet t..4- t coUtn It, ot?, Carrnti: .10+ ,Ctireaaltl alteIprC0n. c'aar a..t tt. Rt*tae. Will tve. epeahl and pronajtt attetuatl*p sI alt iuslitW .trnrtMd fipp4" =o dna II C. S B. tnºb. 2 .AOttcff cyP at Lsaw. aco' Lake Providence, Las. Prastos in Stata -C trlal Co111 ____ __wits, L. k S8ýººS', ef 4 3&.t O7 t-AntMt Zia W, fun Lake Providence. La. who ffrO~me aItdoor ts PostOlbde. 1e io - pail JAWsl atnd Pariah News. " 1'1 the ricer ia btrumlng. (:hi A woA riu lin lte ilm ea.nghe.aSw Noe Orfu.. liiveab to Ihiwsela." will Q 'lce ulppcr rierst* are sap tihe risc. S#41 Srax Ith e..ui.ie hlleir. wanted." o-ine 1iatn4i1w pile is being, re'duced. Qtr The saw aali will start uap in a flewVic rqr truth niever J.,dg'es, no matter whu Ir'!+ aJ..a lien Mr. Js tr'i anH 4ath is, V tMliuag bis i , Way-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. — 27 January 1894

M1 istlw raise s tlJ 1t8I Lue -an snefs e w ltes e ,r Ol hined in competitin w ohes. Ias The ehibas of former yea at the Centennil, a Paris,  aV sad e t the varle State d e a eseriad tSi where it has been ast , inedjes othave invarlty osawarded he rsoyal tiskhig Powes ofer yigesat tsthe At therw t W orL dstlir the ea m tiaos or the bkint powder awards were made by the eers eat divisomt the Agricultural Depr. oeat atWasisdton. The o.eial report of the teta of the baling powders, whib was  ade by this Departmet for thepsalls purpose of asertanig whibs was the best. sad whies has bees ad public, shows the leaveaag steagth of the Royal to be I emubic tehb of sarboensgasper eaeof p, ow der. Of theeremof tartar bking pow deos ehibited, the next highest nl strngth, thus tested. oontained but a A eMbic inches of leavening gas. The I ther powders gave an average of 111. 1 The Royal thseosr,was found of per a mat. greater leavening strength than a Its nearest competitor, and tt pe...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 3 February 1894

qI w -,. - T, abe inn erntraL Y VOLUME VI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1894. :O. ar an~~~nm~~nllmm· U mum !1 1· mnmun |1 1 · in nnmm· 11 | mn lu lmm m .. uu• •innmnunu mm ianuamum oumunu mm Imn m um n n umu unm unnnnI noun •n u u llu u I mImmIm m umn 1n 11mn nl ·1m1~mnl m' lnnm l~ l mr "OF SUCH s1 THE KINGDOM." O afl the little chtiren That this groeen earth have trn4, A blessing on their mesencel They are so near to God; We are so far from Heaven, They are so near to God. The guileless little eabldren, So laneoent and wise, Another world than ours Around about them lles. The happy little chdldren That frolle o'er the sod, They are so near to Heaves, We are so far from God. 0, trust of lttle children! O, faith to them made knowat This earth without their presenem Would be but drear and lone. The happy little ehilddul They come like flowers in May, The winsome little children Who gambol all the day. Then, when the light is fading, Their weary head...

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 February 1894

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT L. --." . - .'I...L--_-- - ItBLISHED) EVERY SATUIRDAAY Al LAKIC t'PBOVIIENCE. LA. JAMiK8 N. TLI'RNERU IPubHrlter and Proprietor. CUBD4It'lillrlIO $21,: 0 PElt YEAR. Snturday, " - Febrnary 3, 1M94 T'ie inOro.ne tax ir growing more it;l more unonlolar. The English naval estimate fie 1894 provides for the explditure ol $3.5.000.000 in strengthening thL navy. Where will they stop? A digrnaceful scene took place in the French nscmb!fly on the 27th ilt. ; a sbn'ialist de.uWrv. Thierren. had to he expelled for shouting "'Long live the C(, nnle:" Dr. T. Dc Witt Tal:nahie has an nouinced his intention to resign the Brooklyn L'.dlirnacle next sprilg llis revenues have been for years $60.000 a year, and he has amassed enough for his o(id age. Foster, the weather prophet of St. Josep.ch, Mo., writing under date of January 20th, says that the month of Felruarv will be a cold, stormy, disagreeable month and not favor able to agricunlture an horticulture throughout the Sout...

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 February 1894

Ile w elaturday, - February 8, -9$4. I t Ii Councalor aid Attorney at L aw, Iayvn-, '. lta. Mr Will nraetiee n the paria ennfMore onbe. fbclli cO c Its. Bleiland. Franklin. Miadbion It rd W at U~nrrolll ald attend every term of Mtrt 3r. i io imat i arroll: also t peCirelti and naipr mem ceulr: t the State. Will Kive apiac ~ trk pttlumpt atletio to aM bua ' irum r to me. eat.ta a I'pe DE. A. G. TILLMAN, w. IDetetiat. W h111 (Irrliaate H dtlitmere 4 (liege of t)ental ftill. SIlrcery. (: flir- lMll Let to. 1:ktI--3 to 3. siulto Over C';sseU's Drug Mtore. Vikkulurg. Miss. tat a CLIFTON F. DAVIS, l"tiI r..ttcrieyOf at aT, irnri" keI,:t I'r,"'ie 'e. Lt . 1. .t At Judge MLutgonlwry'l 's liaw office. lar. . I ti tl . W. D. BELL, We 8urgeot :nd Practlcilg P yeitiat. W (Olsteittle a ap(cinlty ) are Will respond tio all cals. day orntYlht. OfTlee at tierorrd drllo store. itesidence next to M4 t ,odilt a ere Paoment fir m,,dli':l ser vices mrutt Ir be mn:ide at the close of each nlothi...

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 February 1894

' I Walis P Pietase Se m e his. Th icalgob Milwsakee & St Paul rly a sn arrangesent with a smrtc pbisinr house to ernts We a series of beautiful Worldes Fawour pbe wor, th lsrg e is, athuesoeinl cost to the pur chf art for only ten cent. for a portfolio of aixteen illustratio. Nothing so handsome In referenceto toe to onrld's rs a beifore ben publshed. Theseres would be worth at least twelve dollars i the ptres were not published in such large quantities, and we ae theoreore ao le urnish these work Tof art for only ten cents. than ftt ORemit our money es to Groaos H. Hir lvesw, nd the peores twibyenolds, rbut-. spwihe4 address. They wll make a handsome holewit t for o OLa LADY (seversly-v"Why don't you newsboys kteep yourselves clean?" Boy "Huh I am 1-at'stegod of at feller a le o' iree 0... mere. A person who bha been a chronic victim of constipation, is to be congratulated upon the adoption of Hostetter Stomach Bitters Smeanlls of freing hisprompt boels from the bondof this ty...

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. — 10 February 1894

14 VOLUME VI, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., 8AT AY, P~UM '~ SIXTEEN, A sweet orimer of the laws f01 etiquette ad mrulest drsea . And ten times rettier bee~ She knows not of her prett sesml Withs eidish ardr trepressee She chatters I her grlsh way, And aer deObtseour iterest nla everysba she has to sy. She.tells a ust bow much she spends She talks about her de and horse. About her bestand nset best frisede As If we knew them all of eoure. It seeIms as it tbisg oombised To make her radiantly glad; Every good time Is to her miad The Lbes good time she ever bsa What though the future beckon her? What though her youth ~at pa away? Are not the dowora the .lovder Beasse they only last a day? Aad yet, when orfees buds unfold, We softly grlove for what has beem Dear Atee, mast yoe, to. grow oldr Can yonAot always be sixteen? -Robert B. ale In Teth's Clusepsls AGAINST GIREAT ODDS. Peter Nslson's Bea Fight in the Burning Timber. "It was to fght Areand not bear that Peter Nelson, o...

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. — 10 February 1894

lK BANNERII-DEOCRAT, FPURtLSHED EVERY SATURDAY AT the LAKE PRVIDENICE, LA. . part Jatn JAMES N. TURNER, tt Publisher and Proprtetor. £UBICRtIPTION1: $200 rPU YEAR, cott ba!e Saturday, . - February 10, 1894 ura It is said that President Cleveland acre tefused to rppnint a Democratic whi postmaster for Indianapolis, Ind., 249 because Senator Turpie voted against acrm the confirmation of Houblower? The Tec know ails say its 'er fact. give pos . Four brothers of the name of Skel ton killed R. C. Ross, cashier of the C(1 Bask of Scotsboro, Ala., on Mon day last. The tragedy was the out- E4s come of a scandal involving Ross and A asister of the Skelton's. Ross was hi a married man. d pe ----- le, It is asserted that ex-President wit Benjamin Harrison is about to mar- as a ry Mrs. Sanford, widow of the late Leland Sanford, the California mil- Il" ltonalre and United States Senator. to r -Mrs. Sanford's wealth is estimated at yen $20.000,000. Old Ben thinks she is i certainly worth haviug. ...

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. — 10 February 1894

TIE E E O S maturday, " February 10, 1894. ROBT. WHETSTONS. Counullor and Attornea at Law, Rayville. La. Will practice a the parts es ofMore one Oui' ita. RIleland. Franklin. Madison. Weit Csrrnlil ajd attend every term eoeourt In Last Carroll: also t e('rcult and Supreme courts ot the State. Will give spee! d and prompt Attention to all business entrilted to me. sept.3 DR. A. G. TZLLMAN, 'De3timt, -(raduste Baltimore College of Dental Surgery. Ctflce hours. 8 to 1:30-m- to b. Over Cassell's Drug Store, Vicksburg, Miss. CLI7TON F. DAVIS, A.t&toxzley- at ILaw, Lake Providence. La. At Judge Montgomery's law ofimoe. W. D. BELL, Burgeon and Practicng P yalelaa. (Obstetrncs a Oecialty ) Will respond to all eails, day oralfkt. OMee at Bernard drug store. tbtsidence next to Met odist C ore , Psymvnt for medeical services mnust ,tfinmade at the close of each month posi L1 rely, C. S. WYLY, Altftonriey at .Law. Lake Provridence, La. Practices In State and Federal Courts, 2L. K. .AfRtER,...

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. — 10 February 1894

7r1 ? I tal T DEATH SEEMED NEAR By reason o(f nese suffering Wiih an abscess thi onm thigh. I went to Maryuland Univers Cri Hospital. where they said my trouble was chronic blood poisoning and gave me lts ure I hae ud a bottl snd the abaces a hg entirely disappiared, and I have been ia V dne eolth ever stnee. know I m it bad o en been for Heod's earpartlls I sould be In my grave. I have Pgained n weight frme Is yergem Hood's Curs S81$ Hanover street. BkitiorsMd. gr' ,eet"s Tias ar earsfauly preparad and am b11 sand-s o he est uisred--ents. ti a boa foa ch pr km th of a be 10a OOUoHS, COLDS, di may. I cheerfully recommend il." PabiE, s . mas A. a Prepared by 1. L. LYONS & CO U SPOEdAZ- Om I U gaggngg N wet Mer $* I o, euaurs E&OI I cns isee 61m .s WSla FAIRN "IL (deS brsed) L. All for $3.35 World's Fair Book. SCIRIBNER3 . MAGAZINE 4.a d CK)UOO, m 15. *, who has AB Iallnd, ilF 1 lua, i., Thpae eds a t eedical that cures every down to a common Plaple. ~ and never failed except ...

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. — 17 February 1894

VOLUME VI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, R 17,1 THE HUI4DREDTI' MAN. Sm es roes s eork @1 And my ike yooene.s meats We s dspeeltesl mellow. And a smile tbats rather t; to t a tme edarlss thal sheet me "twllm povre, ra s rea yew mitre I wept Manyoua iif ye debt me BSt i do weatwathe aorhI If twA t-e. goetd igles, t aew aptesen It would be-. Au ae people at the agWdeSee Uhierse would smes ta « o With reuests t buy thir 4o0t ing Aa *fi1r meet sad drink and bertl Oa. blls my pod wi lestinsgt o Ide not wast the east. All the tae I'd be l, a All the wediigae dae; An the wok a beep her gong Roaund sad rond the burning est i A all sere. to be rlated- 1 o fees that give a birth Let thi prper of ine be Igrnted: Dco t give to as the arth. Give me halt, or give me quartern GOle me tenth or twenateth; Give the lad sad keep the water d ER1t, I pray thee give me death O ye ods, be khnd unto ae; Cost yoer eye upo my worth; A be 1 be ydon'tdo me: KIeep ep reer beastly earth...

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. — 17 February 1894

THE BADERDEIOCRAT. PtBLIStHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE 'PROV IDEXCE. LA. JAM3RS N. TURYRT,. Publisher and Proprietor. -----.-- ---- -. o 4B IRRIPTIO- : $200 PER TEAR. iaturdaV, , - February 17, 1894 The cholera has broken out in Con stautuiople. , The Texas cotton crop will be about $1.75i0.000 hales. a tour attempts were made in one a flight to set fire to the Fair buildings in Chicago. Anssia uses more candles than o npy other country. 60,ODO,000 pounds g a year being used. They eat them. d The storm ot last Sunday was geu. er:J. It was the most severe that Ghicago had experienced in many years. The heirs of Don Juan Filhiol claim all the government land in Hot Springs, Arik,, which embraces near )v the whoLe city. * - ----- - Col. H. M. Street of the Mississip pi Legislature. has introduced a lawn Imposing a heavy tax for the privil ege of carrying concealed weapons. The Associated Press dispatches !report a goodl many found frozen stiff and dead in the blizzard that struck the Ind...

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. — 17 February 1894

TIE 5AIIEIEMOcAT, saeurday, . - lrebruami . :eo C~uaoelfer and At lawr, WIll ywrttteetl a'e u iui. erntere euu OuR C Its. kleittA., W4lsia. )Idtio u West Carroll nn4t attend e9ivry te' orepo lb K.st ('nrroal; also t e(;ireult and Suprem DR. a. G. Tr.t.A couirts ot the Stat. W~_ gt[.€ qeat neaitiint. (Iraduate Bltimore College of Dteats Surerery. Ci(See lLunr. 8 to 1:l.-4. to I Over Casell's Drug Store, Vicksabrg, Mis CLIWTON F. DAVIS, A.ttorazoy at Xtaw Lake Prvidenee. Ls. At Judge Montgomery's law oftlei W. D. BEiLL, Surgeon and Practicing 1' yslelac. (Obsttre a specidalty ) WIll restond to all ealls. day or neflt. OIaee at *ernard drtug store. tesidene next to Met odiat Ca re Py)meniLt for medical services mnip be muttle at the close of each mont positively. Q. S. WLYT, .AttoXzne.O at eaw Lake Providence, La. Practicat laI State and Fade.al Crwti L. k. L 3A'3 , A.ttocrzacy at Z.aw Lake Providence, La. 1erOflOce next doer to Pontolllee. Tanral and Pariah News. Announcerenegts. ...

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. — 17 February 1894

Sil Irwaerd, slte The render of this will be phased a Oer that there is tres one dredems disease that scrence has been able to caurse all its stage,d that is Catarrh. al's Catrrh Ceis the only positive care known t the medical fraterlty. Catarrb itutianal treatment. IBarl'. h Care i taken internally, dir c o the blood ad mooereas o the ive powers, that they eoffer One Hunaded Dolnla for oar case that it falls to cure. Bend for lit of tesaluonmal. Address, F. J. Casar Co, Toledo, O. Arra all, it is the condition of trade that regulates the fashions. Nearly all kinds of arments are wor longer in dulltimnes than in prosperos ones.-Boson Courier. A ruPaosoPasn is a man who does not try to argue with others until he knows he can down them.--alveston News. e TYeuar Weataer Rye Opn. Fraud loves a shining mark. urou imitations spring up of e mch Bitters the gre s mt c fsamal remedy for chills and fever, dyspepels, cow r hou, htomess, Mnervousness, a -,:neumatim uad idney diS'oader ha Ittt...

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