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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 17 October 1896

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, Saturday, October 17. 1896. P. S. STRICKEZ, M. D., Practicing Physician, Office at Campbell & Chaze Drug, Store on Levee street. C. S. WYLY, .A.ttorney at La-w. Lake Providence, La. Practices in State and Federal Courts, CLIFTON F.- DAVIS, Attcorney at Laaw, Lake Providence, La. At Judge Montgomery's law office. :.w. D. BELL, Surgeon and Practicing PysIclac. .(Obstetrics a specialty.) Will -respond to all calls. day or night. Office at Bernard drug store. Residetce next to Metodist Chure layment for medical services must be made at the close of each month positively, Local and Parish News. A Palmer Democrat is n. g. Cotton keeps rolling into town. The cotton crop is turning out very good. A vote for Palmer is a vote for Mc Kinley. Our little town is a good place to locate in. The Bryan and Sewall club contin ues to grow. Every man in the parish should vote for Sam Baird. Our side walks and ditches are In a good condition. The Town Council proceedings ap pear...

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 October 1896

G od ' Blood is what gives strong nerves, visor, vital Ity. Gdod blood and good health conte by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla Be sure to get Hood's and only HOOD'~S. , Hooe's Pills are the favorite famIly 'tabarth, POUTRY NOT'ES. non Chicks should not he allowed to roost bti until they are at least four months old. a The roost should be four incihes across oy the top and flat, and not over one foot aw high. lan Remember to pick out the mostprom- pro Ising cockerels and pullets of the birds cut to save for breeders another season. b This is the way to build up your flock she in general excellenes--s" l'l' g off those bee which develop and grow ahead of the out others is the way to run down your oil stock. The latter method leaves the y1 runts and inferior specimens to be bred in from, Don't do it. Save the. best, and Rli use good judgment in selecting those wa to be retained. dre Attention to poultry pays on the y farm, and daring these times, when thb country produce Is selling at such...

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. — 24 October 1896

9br, :3nnier 3,c A1 VOL. i LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL. NO.I 19. S D VOL. IX, ~LAKE PROVIDENSCE, EAnST CARR1OLL PARISII, LA., SATURdDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1896. NO. 19.,· THE BAFRRtD GATE. Our lives are prisons; we can touch The bars-they are so low! We cannot see the path we tread, An hour before we go; A look, a sigh, a whispered word, A struggle, fierce and slow, A closing down of eyelids pale And this is all we know! -Post Wheeler. In New York Press. EPISOI)E IN CLAIRVOYANCE T was Mrs. Sher ,  win Blake's after noon "At home" at 52 Macclesfield Square, S. W., and that fascinat ing lady was en deavoring in heroic fashion to administer tea and coffee, to remem ber who took sugar and who did not, and to chat ter aftblyv to some half doze.n lady friends clustered around her, making .odaioual bolts toward the door to reoeive new visitors. Of course, her daughter Miss Nettie Blake, ought to havs helped her mother with the so .ial duties; but that young lady was *itinag in a far corner,...

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. — 24 October 1896

THE AUIIIERDEMOCRAT. PUBLISBED EVE1T SATURDAY AT LAKE PEOVIDENCE. LA. __ .,,- _ - . - - JAMES N. TURINEv, Pablisber and Proprieto". SUBSCRIPTION : $200 PER YEAR. Saturday, October 24, 1896. NATZONAL TICKET I FOR PRESIDEI)?, WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, Of Nebraska. #6b1 VICE-PRESIDENT. ARTHUR SEWALL, Of Maine. I#REIDENTIAL ELECTORS, ALBERT VOORHIES. SAMUEL J. KOHLMAN, (. A. FOURN ET. J. W. McFARLAND, LEE McALPIN, R. M. STEELE. J: 1'. HOWELL,, BENJAMIN MICHEL. For Cogess1 5kth ong. Distilt SAMUEL T. BAIRD, Of Morehotse. McKinley was a failure as a busi ees ; he was a failure as a United States Senator; he was a failue as Governor of Ohio; and be would be a failure as President of the United States. Think of it. Every trust and syn dicate in the United States is against the election of Bryan. Is this not alone enough to make every voter who has the spark of manhood to vote for the friend of the poor and the oppressed. Sam Jones stumpted the State of Georgia against the Democratic ticket an...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 24 October 1896

TIE AMIER-EMOCRAT. Matufdiy, October 24, 1896. P. . STRICEER, M. D., Practicirg Fhy:iciEn, Osee at Campbell & Chaze Drug Store on Levee street. C. S. WTLT, .ttortzey at Lsaw. Lake Providence, La. Practlis la State and Federal Courts. OLIfTON F. DAVIS, ttort.ey atv L.aw, Lake Providence, La. At Judge Montgomer 's law office. W. D. BELL, Surgeon and Practicing Pysicisn. (Obstetrics a specialty.) Will respond to all calls, day or night. O1ce at Bernard drug store. Residence next to Metodist Chure Payment for medical services must be made at the close of each mouth positively, Local and Parish News. The fall mosquitoe is plentiful. Labor of all kinds is in demand. Business continues good in town. Services at the churches to-morrow. A heavy rain on Tuesday morning. A few more days and the agony will be over. Sheriff Dunn has been indisposed for several days. Patronize the places of business that advertise. There Is lots of cotton still remain Ing in the fields. Mr. Chas. Webb was 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. — 24 October 1896

There is a point beyond which medication eannot o. Be ore it is too late to mend. per sons of a rheumatic tendency. inherited or acquired.,should use that benignant defense against the further pros re.s of thle bup r tenacious malady--rheumtatiml. The name of this proven r..scr is H,.a;et:er'. Stomach Bitters, whiceh. it sbould alo re rccitclted, cares drypepsia, liver complaint, fvcer ant! agne. debility and nervousucs. Be not ashamed of thy virtues; honor's a good brooch to wear in a man's hat at all 'imes. Sow's This 'Weoffer One Hundred Dollars Reward for ma ease of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. C Unat & Co., Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned. have known F. J. Che. tay for the last 16 ears, and believe him per fectl Ihonorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obliga tion made by their firm. Wssr& TBUAx, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. WALDIN . KrAn & fAnvlN, Wholesale Drugi.sts. Toledo, Ohio. Hai...

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. — 31 October 1896

VOL. IX, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROIL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1896. T'HE Sw rEsrT sONo. ato: to i I asked a famous singer who had song The songs which half a listeung world had ot stirr•l, nth What was the song that touched his heart the most- cap What was the sweetest song he ever heard? the The singer mused a moment then replied: hin "In tropic elimes our goodship lay becalmed? Jec The sea was glass, the-sky a blazing fire. wh Malignant.fever held me in its toils 0es 'Till in a mad delirium I raved hin Of quenchless flames, ani burning, endless San thirst. the an( "One day I woke, though still I seemed to is dream: of I heard the gurgling waters sweeping past. the The cool winds fanned my kead yet hot from abe pain the Delicious rest and languor filled my soul; on "And, then, 0! welcome sound, the The cry "Land ho!" ant The sailors gathered on the deckto see, Ci1 And as the good ship bounded through the he foam the They sang the sweetest song on earth to me, dre 'Irwas...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 31 October 1896

S BAi AlER-DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED EVeRY SATURDAY AT LAKE PIROVIIbNCE, LA. the tFOn JAMES N. TI~UNER. Sta Publisher and roprieter. ties era ULJBSCIeIPTION: 8200 PER YEAR. Saturday, October 31, 1896. tor T.' .NATIONAL TIKCiET! ati tilhe FOR PRE.sIiDET, w WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN, eve 01 Nebraska. EOR VICE-rESIDEN?. Wir ARlTIIUR SEWALL, Ki Of M:ineo ev. -- be PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS, an ALBERT VOO(IHIES. fit( SAMUEL J. KOIILMAN, of (, A. FOURNETI, 30 J. W. McFARLAND. 1,o LEE McALPIN, E. R. M. STEELE, thi J. T. HOWELL, ,4 BENJAMIN MICHEL. ar For Cengess, 5th Cong. Distriot, 't SAMUEL 'T'. BAIRD, pa Of Morehouse. LG If ever a Democrat was expectedl 0 to do his duty, it is on Tuesday next. i• Louisiana next Tuesday will give ca the Democratic ticket 25,000 majori. ti ty. th If McKinley is elected to the Presidency on Tuesday next, it will et not be the popularity of the man that ti wog the day, but Hanna's S. ni HIanna's order to the white sugar- se crats of Louisiana to fellow the lead go of t...

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 October 1896

SUPPLEMENT TO The Banner-Democrat. Lake Providence. La.. Oct. 31, 189i. HEADQUARTERS EAST CARROLL BRYAN AND SEWALL CLUB. Lake Providewe. La.. Oct. 21. 18;. The club met pursuant to adjourn nuent. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. One new memher was received, mak ing the total membership 130. Pursuant to invitation. C. S. Wyly then addressed the club. The President in announcing that this was the last meeting of the club before the eleciion, mrde a stiring ad dress calling upon the membners and voters to do their whhle duty on the ,lay1 of election by going to the pols1 ,arly and working iall day for the ie .s,.e of the Bryan ticket. There upon the club aldjourned. J. M. KENNEDY. President. C S. WYLY. Secretary. Ex-Speaker Chas. F. Crisp died at Atlanta of heart failure on Friday last. He was a great man. In Chicago last week wheat went up to 79 1-2cts a bushel: but at the close of the week it took a tumble, and thousands of men were ruined. Twenty thousand peo...

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 October 1896

THE BANRER-DEMlOCRAT. Saturday, October 31, 1896. P. S. STRZQCER,, X. D., Pract!cing Physician, Oece at Campbell & Chaze Drug Store on Levee street. C. S. WYLT, .A*ttoriiey at Law.T. Lake Providence, La. Practices In State and Federal Courts. CLIFTON F. DAVIS, .a.ttorzey at Law, Lake Providence, La. At Judge Montgomery's law office. . W. D. BELL, Surgeon and Practicing Pysician. (Obstetrics a specialty.) Will respond to all calls, day or night. Omce at Bernard drug store. Rcslilence next to Metodist Chure Payment for medical services must be made at the close of each month positively, Local and Pariah News. Methodist Churcb. Services every first and third Sunday of the month, at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. H. W. KNICKERBOCKER. Pastor FOR RENT--Storehouse. in the center of the business block In the town of Provi desne. Will be rented cheap. Apply at the olMe of THE BANNELDEMOCRAT. Bryan. ewall. Baird. - Tuesday next. Don't vote for McKinley. -Don't vote for Hobart. Don't vote for Benol...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 31 October 1896

BU EIUMOR Take . 3he best when you need medicine. For blood, appetitenervesatomach, liver,nothingequals Latest I Hoods Sarsaparilla b| TheOneTrueBlood Puriner. Alldrnggistb. $t. .t From -ood'a Pills cure all Liver Ills. 2 cents. I It the FEMININE TACTICS WITI A' MIIi- Or LINER. A very fashionably dressed woman. accompani'ed by her "dearest fr end. "Nov -ropped into a Chestnut street tmilli- face. nery establishment yesterday and gave "But the proprietress a bad quarter of an 1roo-B bour. The stylish woman had come t ro o try on a n'\w bonnet which she had or dered, and her "dearest friend" was "Di there to help her. The milliner hot brought out the dainty headgear, and photoS the customer put it on, pirouetting be- etrNo fore the mirror. "Oh, my!" she cried. Detroi "that will never do. I couldn't think of wearing that. I look a perfect fright in it." The poor milliner was in de- "Co spair. SheI hald not expected such em- Maud phatic disapproval. The customer con- Said tinued to make...

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 November 1896

mc r'*" 4 .. VOL. IX LAKE PRO()VII)ENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., -XIrURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1896. NO. 21. - I - -. ARTIST WAIN WRIGHT. The Adventures Abroad of a Painter from America. l3Y SIDNEY LUSKA. C, I'TER t. wit 'The cause of the uproar proved to be ey i" lmple cnough. he Emlging In'o the PtaI.hofsp'atz from lte the side s:reet that 1 had followed, 1 , found a great , rowd gatho:cd before the -Marmorhof, shou'ing"Death to Conrald:' and "Whe:o is Ma'hilde?" with all tihe hie, force at itit co!l"etive luhnga. The lMa: norl;of was thel les:deneo of ]'rihce va Conrad, b:otler to the reigun:i C;rvn-.1 Duke Ottto-r-et;uing, ilndeed. but io-w au: very old a".d ill an I like to d o. '1he -u legitimuate s~fo .,.sor to the throne wouldi have becn Oto's granddaughter MAr- ha thilde, the only surviving child of his co. eldest ton, 1 rnanz Victor, who had bent d ad these te(l years. But the Granld so D)uke's l io Lhe;, ('tntad, was co:tous 1!j of her r ghts--covetuis and, as her friends al...

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 November 1896

" THE BANNER-DEMOCfAT. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. - JAIMES N. TURNER, 'ohlisher and Proprietor. UIsý RIl't'ION: $200 PER YEAR. <aturday, November 7, 1896. Mark A. lanna was elected to the Presidency of the United States on Tuesday last. The Democrats of Louisiana elect th, ir eight Congressmen, which is enough of glory for one day. One thing is certain, Caffery is now holding the last position of hon or that it will ever receive at the hands of the people of Louisiana. -£. New Orleans and the Southern part of the State was visted by a cy clone vn Thursday of last week. Over $100,000 damage was done by .the twister in the city. The jetties at the mouth of the Mississippi river is beginning to give serious trouble. The United States I government should not wait until it is too late before work should be commenced to remidy it. The dividends payed by the Pull man Palace Car Co., to the stock holders for the present year is the enormous amount of three millions ...

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 November 1896

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. Saturday, November 7, 1896. Local and Pariseh News. Attend the Fair at Vicksburg. You go to Vicksburg and return for $2 50. The sweet potato :crop is plentiful and large. The rain on Saturday last hurt the town trade. There is a slight decline in the river at this point. There were a large number 'f "1 told you so's." One dollar a bale is wha thg pack ets are charging now. , Services at the Catholic Church to morrow at half past ten. Don't include J second ward as the whole of East Carroll. Fall gardens are a little late, but 'bey are lookin nuice now. WANTED-dioe hundred and fifty squirrel tails at this office. White's fine line of gents clothing can't be beat in the town. Four dwellings are now being erected by contractor Hamley. We are now in November, and the holidays are approaching fast. The woods are full of deer, but it is a little too warm yet for the dogs. It looks like when it comes to voting, the niggor is against hil best friend. Two or three houses...

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 November 1896

A TI'uek.ft sth rade. -% lMUUtr Malg in Paris, on5 of tka S ISm!i r, who, 4pite the good S psaod, tlhe mutitude. of passen by, had ery, little business, had I method of eleas 1Ig `"e delivering blt usua "t t 9a@ ste enlce of Mak fifty-ceatime) i, a geLtleitiwn, la L state _tL gfreatest exietement, pushe4 'Way through the crowd, and txclacil. ""fhere you are, you rascal! No won der you can sell these things at tean ous when you still owe me a franc and a half apiece for them. But the matter shall be loooked nluto. I am going straight to fetch the police." The excited gentleman disappeared. Ou salesman trembled in his shoes and eIateated the bystanders to relieve him of his wares. This they were ready enough to do, believing that they were about to get all sorts of nice bargains at a third of their real value. And the trick was done. for the pretended wholesale merchr.ant was merely an ac complice of the "cheap Jack."-Le Temos. A Ltialtar Form of Mtsemsa. a. There is a class of peo...

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 November 1896

VOL.~ip Ix I e_ VOL. IX, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1896. 'NO. 2. ARTIST W 1INWRIGHT. The Adventures Abroad of a Painter from America. BY SIDNEY LUSKA. CHAPTER III. " That afternoon I again found myself in the Bischofsplatz. At X- one is constantly finding one's self in th" Bisohofsplatz. Nearly all the streets of the little capital give upon it; and the cathedral is there, and the Bishop's pal ace, and the Mormorhof, and the princi pal cafe; and it is thete that the mili tary band plays of a pleasant even ng. At one of the open-air tables of the cafeI was seitel, when a man passed me, clad in the brown garb of a Fran ciscan monk. He had a pointed black beard, this monk, and a pair of flashing dark eyes, anl, though he quickly drew his head into h's cowl at our conjunc tion, I had no difficulty whatever in identifying him with my queerly hirruit flddlerfriend and prison mate, Eebastian Roch. "Dear me! he has become a monk. It must have been a s...

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 November 1896

i O.B UEB-UEMOCRAT. 'UBLISSWIA, ir EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE TLA. JAMES N. TUJINER. PubtIshor and Proprtetor. q SUBSCRIPTION : $200 PER YEAR. Saturday, November 14, 1896. The following question is appro priatl just about now: Was Wat son entirely lost in the shuffle? The new registration law, adopted by the last legislature, will go into effect at the next election in this State. The blatherskite Butler of North Carolina, chairman of the People's party, is out in a long letter, giving his reason for the defeat of Bryan. Benoit carried only four out of the thirteen parishes in the district. This should satisfy the man that he is a back number in the Fifth dis trict. The American people should shout with joy over the defeat of Breckin ridge of Kentucky. It would have been a disgrace if he had been elec ted. It is said that there are likely to be three Congressional contests and perhaps six from Louisiana. As there is $2000 in it, it pays to CQn iees, A boom has been started at...

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 November 1896

• THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, Saturday, November 14, 1896. Local and Parish News. Election bets are being paid. Services at the Churches to-morrow. There is not a vacant residence in town. The river is on a slight rise at this point. Call at White's and see the new goods. See, read and then call on Levy fur clothing: Thanksgiving comes on Thursday, the 26th. Politics are dead now until the next congressional tilt. The top crop was knocked to smith ereens by the frost. Mr. Dan O'Sullivan is improving, we are glad to report. The heaviest frost of the season was on Monday morning. The Town Council proceedings ap pear in another column. Mr. W. N. White made a flying trip to Vicksburg ý-iis week. Read the real estate transfers pub lished in another column. Greater bargains than ever in all kinds of shoes at Wbite's. The Providence Lumber Co., will burn a large klun of brick. A great many of our people at tended the Vicksburg Fair. A fine line of overcoats at Levy's, corner Lake & Levee stre...

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 November 1896

Fall Medicine Is fully as important sad benefical as spring medicine, for at this season there Is great danger to health in the varyina temperature, cold storms, malarial germs and prevalence of fovers and other diseases. Danger may be avoided by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla The besat-In fact the One True Blood Purifier. aeed' s Pls t D tion and cre s Pills onstipation. a cents. IASHION NOTEB. Recent imporiations of dresses con tain new foulards and French organ dies. The hardy Scoth tweeds have a fav ored place among the season's popular textiles. Leather bells are of water-snake skin, Brazilian lizard, elephant hide and alligator skin. Teel, or :pricot. and pale golden green are beautifully blended ina shot and flowered silks for evening wear. Three rather deep ruffles lined with a different color and fabric appear at the top of sleeve models Cashmere house gowns are being made up extensive ly, and as trimmed with flowered rillon and late are very artistic. Ribbon wound twice around...

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