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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 31 March 1894

_9 .y ___nnT. '1 VOLUME VI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH -1, ";l& I 4 CORONATION. I eestigm a IGes.srare a sweet I turned ean is wealth to meet Wth oeaor tory an aabis, And sol tins lighting hIdden sprarm Wheace ema this adreele of grame Where imly barrenes sa pl i fas who wrought tals weder from the nroua. Whom guardos vishea d it around? The gardeaer is a womaa frail, Hr an mIs weak, her fae spl e She spae, uplifting thoughtful eyess "It brings to me, oa you, surprise "Naught had I that was rich or an, Sthe drudagery was mine, The wear toling in the mold, Is wet and dry, In heat and cold "Heaven sent the rest, no work Is lost; Through drought or aod, or re or freet, Is miduight gloom or Ireary day 1 The crown divine shall speed its way." -ltsabeth A. Blood, in Springfield (Mass) Republica apeyrlght Aft y Madge Robertsen] Tbhee had bees the usual run of[ stories sheed the eampre, when the lawyer spoke It wts a late tall camp lu.ntera yarnshad urp ...

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. — 31 March 1894

f Cnsgeas annd the wives ,f a la twety. eber drw pay frim1 l.". ,a privateb retarie1, 1o89 na m i n 1slatl II - iThe d nirabima of twee Cmembtter of mprovements ofnd the wises i fly twenty metsber draw pay frosm undlo Sas as private secretaries of their husbandu. Senator Blsachard has peu ap )dronted eharirmai of the Commaittee oil Imspiovemsents of the Miaasridp4i river. Senator )teLaurn of Misie. sippl is on she same committee. The wedding of Judge E. D. White and Mrs. Inlden Kent is to take place very soon. Mrs. Kent was a lMus Montgomery of this t'tate, a sister-Iu-aw qt Senator Gib son. Tre eulogies of the, late Senator Gibson will be bheld in the House of Representatives on April 7th. The Hoolae of Representatives is quite late in paylog her respects to our late Senator. The trunk farmers of Mississippi, have suffered very utch from the -old spelt of weather of this week. All the strawberries are killed, and the peach crop will be exceedingly masiL The plnaters are very die 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. — 31 March 1894

ttmile sin. t alt. Nldison. "td rades . ogia'ngi or n)eatal lrti7. L~c~ laurs. S an.1:alt--i to 41V ar (' fl s Q 0 t vse. Y ktoisnrg. Mtens. .,tSSI' L DAVIS, r .A tta n at 2 W , M' La.ke ov irklaee. La. C S 1 sdl mont hmeryM a R offioe.WL ;ALttO" T"r apt Zaaw  Lake Providerne, La.  aui, s id A lt m tlaI . lA.tetnaws hr. at teaw,. llak, Peroienr pre. Li. Ontes l ealit der to PCa'.esl.h Ianrtlpldi ate ri News, d VI 'M a1 , tl a F bn ' IWbI ui. rite( b.nwt r r,' I, I . r ' o.t . ll e r 'YI ilit#int a t blnsday night. .'t Ip eWe bae. Tle riir lade I tb+ itihklig Asro . I.l~kti4 ai *0a447. .T Thde` n a e 4ty ahlr aeI, eaused troes Ink of i'tel.. WI was it that swiltched s off $tll 4 uW iundudsr waill? TIho tarn who Isllks any fool may faria, is betiniid the agt. Thli fe lake is hllgler than ever was kno.wn fr'hn.t rain water. Icart Ilicks' fiurca't for April. puib. titceh, its norhler clum- u.lli O Awah .vent the prhrg .ardeus, and Ja*ck Frlbt taliPt ,l tetu all. C i,. iFraik Tat Il...

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. — 31 March 1894

TH rLOOD KI mamaw- am* Salt Rheum 3rte et eas our little girl's fees Ber head sweled Md blisters formeed as late broke Hood's uesadr s a likes mitade. erb ood see soeprse Mood's Pass sure iar his, baloesses, Cmelpesle, 1. isse., sick headobu s. -9ck LOUS 0001.w, s 001.0 ,u "t ls sreatrrws1uutbo abletoyht a i ocock'ss e~cs sanr is the beet p for cm" sudoJ453'5Y5WUUQd-40Z base sedsa g0ood may. Z eeitr raeooauaed it. 3p BY ALL DRUOC t'. sos, so. iu BcA Prcawed by L L. LYONS & 00 new -wes IIs. -'t anmemd Appetite Ih one of the rst good effects felt by users of Scott's Emulsion cod-liver oil with Hypophos phites. Good appetite begets good health. Scot's Emulsion Is a fat-food that provides its own tonic. Instead of a tax up on appetite and digestion it is a wonderful help to both. Scott's Emulsion ar Conan Bron chitis, Scrdfuk, and other wasting diseases by raising a arrier of heapy dies, astrength and nerw. "German S u" Just acold, anPa hacking congh. We all suffer that way some ...

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 April 1894

* -. . VOLUME VI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., ATUAY, APR 4. -V. ... ... . ..... .... .... ..... . .... . ... . .......... ,, . ..... W, E Stoly of a brave Litthe Ke- her. P "Come m Girhild It is midwinter, yet the sun blazes never down upon Sanat Catalina with June time warmth, and lash grssse stand stec tail by every water coarse m.ed The soft air scarce stirs the leaves of a nred te statdly ealyptuls no wound breaks and o the silence save the bumming of bright wlaged inseats dartg hither and thith- hbm er sad the murmur of breakers along shells the sre. , Aesn the restless expnse of waters ,s the Cattlorasis oast line isdimly seen, ft like a gray cloud upon the horizon,d sft nearer leams the white sail of a ship outward bound. i Down where the and has formed i there drifts, high heaped by the action of Ib ea tik, a ebild, stretched prone in the iUa the A shine, is watching the course of a aish ing smack that is making for the har, r"a hor below. At her feat Uie a b...

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 April 1894

f)iltBIRRIg EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PBOVIDENCE. LA. JAMRS N. TURNtCR , PabIsbee and Proprietom. --'BICRIPT1O : s8200 PER TEAR. _Satnrday, - - April - 7, 1894 1 ---i Dmoor tio TiC Et ! fIB REB9PES~NATI VE, C. S. WYLY. Bre'kilnri:lge, the si!ver tongued orator of hKetutcky, has found hip Ralidtci Matdeline 'ollard. hA ill fIrl,bidii:r trest'ng" has passed the third r adling in the Mas sachusetts I1llnse of relttel.mentataves. The next men tinr of thli. Louisiana Press Associ:ationI i to toke plhae at Crcwley on the 7tih; 8th and 9th of May une it. The Legirliatre of New York has passed a law that anftt.r the first of April all cats mutnt pay 3 license and Wear a collar with a nnmbered tag. The Jp tiesº never swear; oaths ire unknown in that language. 4.ooi 1 many of our would-be-gentlemen Would not know how to talk, if they' went there. Coal is cheaper at Louisville now than it has been in seven year, Pittsalurg coal is selling at U) cetnts a hb.hel. Kentucky lump at 8 eeuts and Ke...

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 April 1894

Mturdtlrtý, April ' ý 894. 303T. WHPT5?Orr.. IC MWW al ·at Larw Rayvutll.. Lad toi,.I Wi!l praetfc a nthepiarls koIul~ore oure. ('o Ca iat. Uiti blid. FrankUin. M Hditon.j teal..~ Carroll tnrl :rttend *, r% terna ou ccllr t I In EasCaitgrrollk mini, e(lire.uiz and suremec comatt of tte Sltal.t. Will yeive .prdda 'ird prompt auomUntO to sU bustlusa. etrtisiwd iu me. tept.3 W'. Ti. BELL, Surgeon and 'raetleing lieeeiau:. (Obistetris, a srpecalty ) 'Will respon"l to all call. day orniglat. Ohtee at B a drug store. Rlesilence next to Met odiat C ur Paytmneti. for metdierll gaeriieea must be ma f at 4the close of eachl mouth tr liti iV41% DR. A. G. TILLXUA21, Zeiitimt. (1r:udiacae Bilthiore College of ietiita I Soraerv'. (.le l itra. b to I:V'0-3 14) ('over I nnnlthn'l targii M~ore. \'hi, :ahiirg. !tii.n. CLIFTON F. DAVIS, .A©.ttorziey at ZI.aw, LuIke Pri tid l(nc La. At Judge Maliitgonirnr's law oficie. C. S. WYLY, Bttoriey' at ILaw. Iake Providence, La. Practices In State and Fade-at C...

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 April 1894

rge, Over 0* m reo Leag. [al tllustrates in a colored plate a early corn, a giant of ite kiad and $ O in gold for the largest ear in I '. In addition to this early Giant ` 5~A a, whiclkyielded in 1893 110 bushels 'ser re, he has over twenty other pro. lis field corns. He has the best fodder eora in the world. He la the largestgrow er of farm seeds, oats, barley, wheat, nillet, potatoes, etc., in America. Fifty kinds of grasses and clovers. lr rTO WILL CrT Tits our As5L raTT with l1e to the John A. Saler Seed Co., ' La Crosse, Wis., you will receive a large package of above Giant corn and 1 his mammoth catalogue. ]5l SBnts-l-"l sent a telegraph boy with a note that required an answer three hours ago. I wonder what has become of him." Blohbs-"A case of kidnapping, I dare say." --PhIladelphia Ledger. oW'l "l'b  - We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for as case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by alal'saCatarrh Cure. F. . CnsTr a Co. Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known ...

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 April 1894

VOLE LOI a nnCE, iQ·4$I VLLUME VI, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1894. .... IN SHADOW-LAND. . the The pennon at his prow to clat wide No breze along the islet sweeps; Dfit rtoand and round the swaying boat For - 'I he tndolent. slow eddy Creeps. the b ; rester eve or yester year pects li~ drifted on this 1e stand reo Who kuows? Time has so seasure here la Shadow-ard. verse Fro I'er one perpetual season owers, loved And knows so ohease of sum or moon To mark the aeverarvtag eer n Prom dawn to dusk from aight to noee; tell h Nor song of bird, nor breath of ro be But still and far, ona either hand4 Th The lily blows. the water flows,ome In Sha ew-cnd.me ingv That soft, nnceaet ripple rocks The k that with it seems to glde, him. And to dreaming fancy mocks The motion of an owa utide dang Dim sLpee his half-thus eyelids 1t, BH iHe hears the wave wah on the nd that Nor guesses that he liagers still Lit ) sadowad hi t Awake, 0 delter with a reas his That ao...

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 April 1894

THlE BAIIER-OEMOCRAT, PV3BLtHED EVERy 8ATURDAY AT LAKE PROV IDENCE. LA. JAMIR N. TURNR,. hPbtsher and Proprieroa. ICUtSBRIPTION : "t 00 PER YEAR. Saturda - April 14, 1894 D~mooaýtio Tioket I TOR REPEESZNTATIVE, C. 8. WYLY. T1he war between Peixoto and hlello still contitnes. It looks like one or the other should be about Starved out by this time. The Plew York Methodist Elisco. pal Conference has mnemoralized Congress to eject. B'reckiuridlge from the United Stated Senate. The depot of the Sou:thern Pacific railroad' at Crowley, was destroyed 'by fire on Thursday night last, to gether with a- large amouu of freight and :nail matter. The Madison Democr.~cy have tomninated lion. Jodhn Kig for rel, resentative to sncceed IE.t. J. B. nyder. "JThe meeting el,,r.-ed IIon. C. J. BDatuer for the U. S. Sit ate. With the t-enigiorage lll vetoed, and the Pollard.Breckinridge case andt Brazilian war endel, poor editors will be at a loss for news; fortunately the "dickers" in Ne'~ Orleans will ...

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 April 1894

UIsrtrdy " :. - .pri - :14, :9o. t $tO3T, WWSI~TTONU.IE-1 Coselelr auk AU eruj at Lava KeyVile. - La. Will practice n the parts es ol~ore ocle. ro Its. Ririlaid. Yraaditai. Madison. West (uarroli anal attend every term of curtir in east Caeroll:.aleot clrcuit and supreme v courtus o the State. Wil) gve speciai and prompt attemUoa to all limpUne entrusted to *G. wepti V. D. 3MZLL Burgeon anal Practicpin Pvaiolau. (Oltiuctrice a speclaty ) Will respond to aiclls, da or nacl Once at Bernard drug slpre.. eal nattie tiet tdiat 0 .re f Payment for medi."ii semi ''.hildt i+ be maci at .he etime tin ontl I posil.tiely, ]e t. graduate Ratl College of D)enta 1 Suc pery. CIR - g. 8 t-e 1l:9(-al tot N. Over Caascsel' Store. Vicksldurg. Miai. c.reov e, At Judge tgnnter'3' l '-i`fce. 0.5S. lil fAolake Prtni4en Practice sl0StateuOf ./tSm L. Z. 33AnDzL3 .At ttc1rx y a.t Ia.d, Lake! Providence, IAi. WOlt oe Dcxt door to PoatoelcE. InAWl~ and Paarlh Newt. watla eiar as (:tueard's. N.m'v b;cya. get yo...

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. — 14 April 1894

6A1 3aesela roseteeS Per ALes. tl ' This astonishing yibld was reported by Abr. Hahn, of Wisconsin, but Sal ser's potatoes always get there. The nditor of the Rural New Yorker reports a yield of 796 bushels and 8 pounds per acre from .one of Balzer's early pots toes. Above 1,410 bushels are from fsIzer's new seedling Hundredfold. His new early potato, Lightning Ex press, has a record of 808 bushels per acre. He offers potatoes as low as sl.5 a barrel, and the best potato pldater in the world for but 82. Ir YOU WILL CUT THIS OUT AND sIMD IT with Go postage to the John A. Salser Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis., you will re eeive free his mammoth potato eats logue and a package of sixteen-day "Get There, Eli," radish. [a] A CamcAo msa who had just surrendered his watch to a footpad was moved to re mark that he didn't know when be had been so prassed for time.-Washlinton Star. Deafes as bea 5 e. b rea d iseased portion of theer. Thereisoiy one wq to cure Defnass, and that is bcon. atitutlosa...

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. — 21 April 1894

VOLUME VI; LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1894. THE HUMAN FACE. 034 sonlw Dr. Talmage Blugs Words of Cheer took to Homely People` shut Day W'lk ed Ia Their Lives srd Love IS the Their warts the Hemeiese ra at tl May Seome Trusured of t ad Attra t..o thal As the subject of a reen sermon In of i1 the Brooklyn tabernsele Rev. T. De- and Witt Talmage took "The Human eian Face," baslag his words on thetext: the A latn *iasli maeetb his tfai to sarla sha and the boldness of his face shall be carssed. floo -Eciestates, viti, 1. fac Thus a little change in our English unit translation brings out the better mean- mer ing of the text, which., ets forth that do j the character of the face is decided by It the character of the sopl. The main crit features of our countenance were de- hay ecijd by the Almighty, and we ean not the .ijige them; but under God we de- of a -ide whether we shall have counte- to c nances benignant or baletful, sour or face sweet, wrath...

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. — 21 April 1894

E SANER4-9EiMO RAT, _I fUBLISU D BVERY SATURDAY AT LAK tRnoVIDgNOE, LA. JAMas N. TURNER , rhoHsher and Pvoprtietor. S3CRWtTION t: S200 PER YTEAR. 5atuiday, .-. April - 21, 1894 1imooa atio 'Tiokt I set earnePP sztaAtLva, C. S. WYLY. Monroe has three ean'didates for the mayoralty, and more to come in yet. The office must be a paying one. The Building Association of Ope nles, in Str Landry parish, elected lately a lady as secretary and treas urer. More -bumb throwing in Paris. This time one of the anarchists lost one of his tyes; they should have swang him to a lamp post. A prominent politician in New Orleans the other day, was heard to say ".that the. State administration is catching a severe drubbrng wher ever an issue has been raised." The New Enterprise published in Marks' ille, Avoyelles parish, by Mr. and Mrs. Field, is a bright and newsy paper, which is always wel Oome in our sanctum. The Bank of Natchitoches comr puted thip year a profit of $1,919.28 on a paid up capital 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. — 21 April 1894

nrday, - ril - 21, 1894. tlday, Aprt Saturday, " ROQBT. . W. ETTOE. Tueaday, eGntdlu and Attorna at Law, TIlunrya Rv..a Fall of 13l aTVillo"e. * day. April 19. The river a Will practice a the parts es ofMore oube, T87.nt ; April Osnc its. Riefland, Franklin. Madison. 18i, p. t* West Carroll and attend every term.orcourt Remarks: in East Carroll: also t eitruit and Supreme 1892. gauge rt oonrts of the State. Will gOve special and prompt attention to all business entrusted "o me. sept.3 Chollie is ele Victory rests All the oppo. W . D. BE I, Uboilie claim Surgeon and Practicing Pysican. By old Ehonu (Obstetric a specialty) 'here hell Ii Will respond to all calls, day or nialt. P1uriied of hi Offce at Beroard drug store. Rtesldence And he'll vol next to Met odist C urc Loii.n'.. Payment for medical services must lie is ihand( be made at the close of each mouth And he ll s1 positively, The Ban DR. A. 0. T 1.sJx with many Deniitist. iati . cl t Graduate Baltimore College of )Detal V. C...

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. — 21 April 1894

HOOD'S Sarsaparilla CURES an.S Ortneso aZ Alae Liver and Kidney troubae aused me to sffer ill but deth. Eight weeks I lived on brandy and beet tea. The doctor amid he had not a ray of hope for my ecovery. I rallied and commenced taking Hood's Saroeparilla and from the irs t felt better. I continued and am now able to easlst my mother in her house work. I owE my life to Hood's Sarsaparill " OrcMcA SK. ALBa. HOOD'S CURES. Hood's PIIIs cure nausea, sick headache, lodigestion, biliousness. Sold by al druggists. edmeo Chda Sasamnsa at the Dept. Is this mdel a a dalrieultee wiahod ita herasoewi shat wab mud. h asus wt e rod!. Lh.we bLt"d di trea· a swk ean ahibltla ad  [.-_ -- an a. ;Z WeriU C's to pat I wt a. o ly Iph tl Ttey mWed , whkh Ia pst ato t mw lla s, A peeagl t l. m in Mat.e w..nd to I.,ume o ae I e d a wte . wlesr. soo s. am u sit te ta . me Iand   " lp· w ndo etese e twee adeatto 10 mer a hou. us.em tn i r to od cis tbrll - It arn ntteel o e le ia asst eas fle s s WOyts...

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 April 1894

L- ,AK E "% PIE AALR , , T, P2 1.4 VOLUME ¥I, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., BATURI)AY, APRIL  1894. NO. IL SIi i CHRIST THE CONQUEROR. A 8Soramenta Sermon by Rev. T. DIWitt Talmbae. What Christ ~ De for Ma. Man is Caontsr b at for These Depemd. ama Upon Him tn Sthe HBom Circle, Trhe following sacramental discourse sn the subject: "Christ the Conqueror" was delivered by Rev. T. DeWitt Tal aRage in the Brooklyn tabernacle, the stext being: SWho Is this that- rometh from Edom, with dyed garments from Bozarh thla.that Is glori ous in his apparel. traveling is the greatness of his strength ?--Isaiah lili. Edom and Bozrah, having been the scene of fierce battle, when those words are used here or in any other part of the Bible, they are figres of speech setting forth scenes of severe conflict. As now we often ~se the word Waterloo to describe a decisive contest of any kind, so the words Boz rah and Edom in this text are figures of speech descriptive of a soaee of great slaug...

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 April 1894

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. 'T: 'IJBIIStilI) EVERIY SATURDAY AT A LAKE PROV IDENCE, LA. platI It n JAMES N. TURNERI, Publisher and Proprietor. (''e 'UB.C(RII'i'ION: $200 PER YEAR. neg _____ _--- biad Maturday, - - April - 28, 1894 in t ----__-I74-- I~ An electric carriage is running in lBia _Paris. -give If -a farmer n Japan owns ten eve acres of land, he is looked upon as a mez monopolist. gro -- --- tans Chauncy M. Depew has an- tha nounced himself as a candidate for the President of the United States. tioi The South Carolina dispensary law has been declared unconstitu- lyir tional by the Supreme court of that Fax pas State. o'C The number of coal miners on a kill strike in the States of Pennsylvania, difi Illinois and Ohio are put down at bat 132,000 and the number increasing mo daily. -------- wh Lieutenant Maney of the United the States army, who killed Captain uri Iledberg over a family affair, was tn acquitted by a Chicago jury last but week. ma -- - .... ese An election will be hel...

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 April 1894

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. Maturday, - - April - 28, 1894. Fri - sat aOBT. WHETSTONE. Councellor and Attorney at Law, iLayrVlle. - - La. Will practice n the paris esotiMore ouse, "~q: Onac ita, Riciland, Frankli:. Madison. 1S West Carroll and attend every term of court in East Carroll: also t e('Clruit and Supreme 1 courts of the State. Will give special and prompt attention to all business entrusied to me. sept.3 T DR. A. G. TILLMAN, Fr De tist.r Sal Graduate Baltimore College of Dental Su Surgery. C flce hours, 8 to 1:30--3 to 5. T Over Cassell's Drug Store, Vicksburg, Miss. W CLIFTON F. DAVIS, Attorney at law, Lake Providence, La. At Judge Montgomery's law office. C. S. WYLY, ne &Attorney at ILaw. pI Lake Providence, La. Practices In State and Federal Courts, hi Ot L. S. BARBER, at .AttorLne at l"aw, fi Lake Providence, La. W r'Oflice next door to Postoflice. st Local and Parish News. .. ---------~--~----- tl Services at the churches to-morrow. d May day the 2d-next Wednesday. n...

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 April 1894

Mi'. 0. L HsserW Harre, Vs All Broken Up Pormer Vigor and strength See stored by Hoodse 8aarMprPlYR. "c. L Hood a Co., 1kwell, man: "Dear Sirs: About &'years W64 WB g-&d denly taken with heart tfiolble. 1hisfllowe me up to last spring, when I pistS tbl towed I Was Completely Sveeesn Up Shead different medicines, but Wthot vil. T .nfered at times severely, being na bto i - -fortably. Up to the time when I was sleep do ."d always been a healthy man. erst taken I . bear. I was sad, for it Yeas tougher than .. Hood's oD seemed as if I bad apparently Home tO the led my usefulness. My trade was that of ait bo sawyer, always earning good Wages. A hots time ago a friend advised me to use Hood's Sat eaparilla, which I did. After uslgtnl e bottle,s Heart Trouble Was OveottmO so that I am amle to work every day. The tha·lge I attribute to Hdod'l BSaraspall." Canrrc E. HARRIS, Barre, Vermont. Hood's Pills cure Constipation by restoe tng the peristaltic action of the allmentary oanaL ...

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