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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 21 November 1896

. AR. VOL. IX. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1896. ' s8IILES AviD TE.aRS. The smiles that tight some kindred fatc, J To cheer us when by sorrow bowed, e Ate like the glory beams that chase The darkness from the summer cloud; 1 Dear, radiant gleam;ngs of the soul, The sunshine of affection's sky. They lift the heart frosn grief's control And wipe the tear from sorrow's eye. The tear-drops on some kindred cheek, When ,oy is mingied with despair, Our spirits' gloom can lift and break, And leave joy's light unclou.ldl there; C.an lift and thrill the tranbling heart, And soothe us In life's saddest hour;, And sparkle on the soul as clear As dews that sleep on fainting dfowers. Love's holy smile and Pity's tear, Like angel footprints from the skies, They lift us o'er the mortal sphere, And give us gleams of Paradise. Oh, Smiles and Tears, by these a'one, Had we no higher rapture given, The heart might hope for glory's zone The soil might wing its way to...

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 November 1896

eUB.t#UZD 3VRIY -SATURDAY AT L&AKL PRIWZID(NCE. LA. JAMBE N. YTt1tNER. lsUsher sad PrtOprletor. 4UBSTRIrTION : $200 PER YEAR. Saturday, November 21, 1896. Since 1860 there have been sixteen famines in Iniiia with -an aggregate loss of 19,000,000 lives. In the famines of 1877-78-79, 5,500,000 people died of starvation. Seven thousand men have been thrown out of employment by the shutting down of Alex Smith's Sons' Co., carpet mills at Yonkers, N. Y. Another McKinley prosperity boom. Gen. Weyler must fight or give way to some other person that will. He has been notified to push the campaign with more vigor ..against the insurgents, which he will find it hard to accomplish. Mr. Hurst, proprietor of the New York Journal and San Francisco Ex aminer, will soon start one of the largest morning dailies in Chicago, and will offer the editorship to Mr. Bryan at a large salary. Mr. Bryan opens the campaign of 1900 at Denver, Col., on Tuesday next, and it is said that 100,000 peo ple will b...

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 November 1896

THE B~AIERA-DEMOCRAT, S'tulrday, November 21, 18.is. usii P.S. .STRICo ER, M. D. St. Practicing Physician, nat Office at Campbell & Chaze Drug cha Store on Levee street. at t yot C. S. WYLY, to or Attorney at T.n~ . or Lake Providence, Ia. Practices in State and Federal Courts, W.'D. BELL, surgeon and Practicing Pyslclac. L (Ohstetkcs a specialty.) . Will respond to all callb, day ornitght. bt Otlice at Bernard drug store. Residerce nextto Metodist Cbure ] Payment for medical services must be made at the close of each month Poi positively, no Ph Local and Parish News. bt le A circus in town to-day. The colored folks and the circus. in Read the Police Jury proceedings. pl Services at the Churches to-morrow. pu ke Auction sale of horses iun town to day. The river continues to rise at this point. Envelopes $2.00 per thousand at this re' otfice. of The top crop of cotton is gone glim- re, meriug. Dr Wild ducks are plentiful on the au market. at A new line of shoes just in at Burney...

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 November 1896

Sitme- etolssa and beauty of their arms and hands alway r loose glovt, l` la Terry, the grct Engisbh aetress ibai a large hand, almost mascullbe in the strength of its lines, though the ingers. are well tapered, but she never seeks to disguise its proportions by comparison in any direction. Pease s Mrtsh. . This is once more eioye by the rheumatic wise eaoagh to eounteraot their progressive malady with Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. 'No testimony l, strotger than that which in dicates it a. a source of rel!ef in this coth plaint. It is also em:nently effective as a treatment for kidney Irouble, dyspepsia, de bility liver compta.nt and constipation. Use it with pqsi-tence aor the above. In the Nuremberg, cihis: totrnament, the young German, Dr. Lat'kar, fairly earned the honor of being the royal game. A S3 Doctoers Bill. "I cannot r.comme-nd your Tirrrarwa eougb. I hadierysip;as in my face and head to bad that I could not do any work in three iornths. end I tried the doctors, and my ...

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 November 1896

VOL. IX, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY .NOVEMBER 28, 1896: MAJOR PENDALLAS. h A Christmas Love Story. b BY FRANK n. STOCKTON. * CUAYTE IE. Z On the 24th of December, 1880, I was I standing in a little country railroad station, in a as ate of perplexity. Near 1 me, sitting in a chair by the stove, was I a young lady, also in a state of per- , plexity. Facing us both stood the I station waster, who ha4 been in a state I of perp!oxity, but was getting out of it. "Jus' you wait here ten minutes," he said. "anji I'll see what I can do for I JcuBT TOU WAIT 'Ias TEN MINUTIa" you," and putting on a fur cap and an ulster, he went out of doors. The state of the case was this: Miss Weldon, the lady by the stove, was on .her way to join a Christmas party at the house of her uncle, Mr. Dolliver, some seven miles from the selation, and I, in vited to the same house, had been de lighted to meet her on the train. We .were good tfrends, and had studied art together in 'aris. Wh...

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 November 1896

MIIE BAEl4EMUOCRAT. rUBLL$DSr I EVERB SATURDAY At LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. JAMEBS N. TURINER, Pablisher and Iroprtetor. tUBSCRIPTION: 8200 PER YEAR. Saturday, November 28, 1806. William Jennings Bryan is under contract to lecture through the South and West. • He is to receive $50,000 for fifty lectures. A ship lauded at New Orleans last with 12;5 Italian immigrants. There o hardly a week that passes that a sbhip load of these people are not dumped on to American soil. Mrs. Maybrick, who is serving a life sentence in an English prison for poisoning her husband, is said to be a mental and physical wreck. There is hardly any hopes that she will be pardoned. As is well known, the State of Kansas has been in the hands of the Populists for sometime, and the State is about run in the ground. Of course we.don't mean to say that the Pops 'are the cause of this conditiou of things. From the present outlook we are afraid that the Democratic party is split for good. The Democrats who favor the free...

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 November 1896

-- - ~-- I THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. Saturday, Noveember 28, 1896. & - -+prr P" S. STRICKEER, X. D., st PrEcticing Physician, na Omce at Campbell & Chaze Drug ch Store on Levce street. at C0 S. . WYLY, to A.ttorxn©oy at X aw. ad Lake Providence, La. Practices In State and Federal Courts. i, W. D. BELL, Siargeon and I'racticirg P3 tic:tan. (Obstetrics a specialty ) Will respond to'all calls, day or night. b OtUce at Bernard drue store. itesidence next to Metodist Churc Payment for medical services mnst be made at the close of each month w positively, In th Lonal and Parish News. W Methodist Church. vi Services.every first and third Sunday ot the month. at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. II. W; KNICKERBOCKER. Pastor O'OR BRNT-Storehouse. In the center gt of the business block in the town of Provi- tv dence. Will be rented cheap. Apply at the office of THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. The robbins are with us. le The river continues to rise. us A slight change in the weather. White la always doing business...

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 November 1896

Take Care of your health at this season. ee that your blood is pure, appetite good and aIlthe organs in a healthy condition. Hood's Barsa palila is the great building-up and blood purifying medicine and therefore it is the best medicine to take in the fall, when the atmosphere is laden witrl disease germs from decaying vegetation. Hood's Barsaparilla preventsoolds, pneumonia, bronohitts, fevers Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the best--In fact the One True Blood Parlfler Nood's Pills "te be.t family cathartlc ad li er stimulant. .sc. THREW AWAY A FORTUNE. A Man Who Lost $56,000 Worth of Ambergris. The little town of Digby, Nova Sco tia, is very much excited at present ever the finding of some ambergris by Isaiah Kinghorn, a fisherman who lives in Granville, a small - village across the river from Digby. Mr. Kinghorn was in conversation with a St. John Telegraph reporter, and told the story of his find. He had been rowing along the bay shore at Gran ville in his boat one day last week, and no...

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. — 5 December 1896

VLEEAST C.. VOL. IX, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DEEBE R . O. 18.... O.2 . .. . nr mnn s a ann an n . m am m ni ia u n a l g u:mli l l miall m as MAJOR PENDAL.AS. A Christmas Love Story. BY FRANK R. STOCKTON. CHAPTER I.-Continued. "What did you intend to offer? I asked. th "Offer!" he said, "everything. I in- ju tended to put at your disposal, as soon bl after you married as you pleased, the handsopest room in the house, second isi floor front, with a beautiful flower gar- sk den in summer directly under the side fo window. I would have given 3 ou the ki run of this house, reading-room and Ci everything, and made you feel at home. or If the lady is a musician I world have ac brought a new piano; if you are fond of te driving or rid'ng my stables should have th been at your scrvice. I have to pay men cc to exercise the horses, and it would be a sc favor to me to have you do some of it. ar Moreover, I have a carriage house on at the other side of my garden whi...

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. — 5 December 1896

"i-hL 8-.,U. ER-i)EMO0CRAT, PUBLISHLPD IEVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE 'UROVIDENCE. LA. JAMES N. TURNER. Publisher and Proprietor. QUBSCRIPT'ION: $200 PER YEAR. Saturday, December 5. 1896. It takes over $14,000,000 per month to pay off the army of the United States. The army consists of 25,429 officers and men. Grover Cleveland is sne of the few Presidents who leaves the White IHouse a millionaire. (rover had an eye to business when he figured on the bond deals. The storm on Saturday last, and Which lasted several days, through out Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and other states, was the worst since the fearful blizzard of 1888. Over sixty postmasters will be re moved immediately by President Cleveland for pernicious activity during the recent campaign. All of has removals so far have been free silver Democrats. Miss Addie Trowbridge,the be iti ful daughter of Mayor Trowbridge of Vicksburg, has been selected as sponsor ot that city and will cristen the new gunboat-Vicksburg, which ta...

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. — 5 December 1896

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. Saturday, December 5, 1896. P' S. STRIOZER, M. D., Practicing Physician, Office at Campbell & Chaze Drug Store on Levee street. C. S. WYLT, .A.ttorzey at L.aaw. Lake Providence, La. Practices In State and Federal Courts, W. D. BELL, Surgeon and Practicing Pysiclsn. (Obstetrics a specialty ) Will respond to all calls, day or night. Office at Bernard drug store. iesideLce next to lietodist Chure Payment for medical services must be made at the close of eaeb month positively, Loeal and Parish News. Methodist Churcb. Services every first and third Sunday ol the mr-uth. at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. I. W. KNICKERBOCKER. Pastor" FOR RENT-Storehouse. In the center ofthe business block in the town of Provi dence. Will be rented cheap. Apply at the office of THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. 1896 is drawing to a close. Subscriptions are now due. Advertise your Christmas goods. Ice on Sunday and Monday morn ing. Only twenty days and then Christ mas. What about a Christmas tree for the l...

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. — 5 December 1896

Votes Rae been east by thousands of sufferers from Impure .blood, and their verdict has settled the question of the great ourative power of Rood's Sarsaparilla. Every mail ear brings in these letters of'praise for a good's Barmparilla. They tell the same ge wonderful story of health restored, pain and I saffertag relieved, and happiness brought bI beck. They prove Th lot Hood's : all Sarsaparilla s the best-hi fact the One True Blood Purifier ol od Pi cure all Liver Ills and a Rod's PsSick Headache. 25 cents. - - -- ---n DO The Murder on the Brig Mariner. tel Almost the only case known where an tal officer was killed by a member of the tr crew and the murderer escaped pun ishment is that recorded of the little sti brig Mariner, which was on a sugar tie voyage from St. Thomas to this port m in the same year that the Thayer mu- El tiny occurred. J. C. Lewis, the first "I mate, and Frank Jakileta, a Russian h seaman, had a quarrel which developed c into a fight in which the sailor had ...

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. — 12 December 1896

Nr VOL- ", LAKE -E NO. 26. VOL. IX, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, .1896 N 2 VOL. C i3AURfl*TROLLAPPLI LtVING, Mowbi - Will I We only live once; and death's terrors me ova With life's bowers and roses entwine, Kati And our lives wouldbe darkened by errors at me Did we even, like cats, possess nine! she cll They would be, perhaps, all of them wasted, at me. And recklessly squanderel away, The And not half of the joys would be tastel I had That one life can embrace in a lay. of we Let the lives that we live be worth living, me, w Let the days that we spend be well spent eat Let us save for the pleasure of giving, she' And not borrow at fifty per cent.; the Let us never cease loving and learning, is And use life for its noblest ends; pens. Then when dust to dust is returning, ~I VWe shall live in the hearts of our frend. barg MY CHUM KATE. curi writt HAT was my por. of pa trait, without a to ha doubt of it. Why "I should Miriam I Mowbray hav e voice 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. — 12 December 1896

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, `PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AX LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. JAMES N. TURNFR, Publisher and Proprietor. QUBSCRIPTION: $200 PER YEAR. Saturday, D)ecember 12, 1896. Congress met on Monday. The members will do nothing. except to draw their ipy. Since the election of McKinley there have been more failures in business than ever wns4.nown before. Bryan is out making his cool $50, 000 and Sewall has got plenty of the filthy lucre, but what is poor Tomn Watson doing to feather his nest? Rev. Ira Hicks, the weather proph et, predicted the drouth that visited the different parts of the country in 1896, and he now predicts that the year 1897 will see the same thirg. It would be wcll for the farmers to pay some attention to these pre dictions. A great many men in Chicago, sympathizers of the remenetization of silver, and who are holding posi tions with firms that were in sympa thy with the sound money side, are now losing their positions for no other reason than they voted as their co...

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. — 12 December 1896

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. 0001 - Train ser Saturday, D)ecember 12. 1896. & M. V. It. preciated I . using the . P' S. STRICKER, M. D., St. Louio < Fracticingl Physician, nati and a] Office at Campbell &. Chaze Drug change of Store on Levee street. at a Union you get a W. D. BELL, to all the Surgeon and Practicing Pysiclar.. or informl (Obstetrilc a specialty ) address Will respond to all calls, day or night. JNO. Office at Bernard druS store. Residence next to Mletodist Chure A. 11. II P':3ymflnt for medical services must ills. be madle at the close of each month W. A. positively, Louisville ---------- J. G. S $. P. WELLS, J ,., burg, Mis LA YER, It has 1 rays will LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA. As we b Office-Next to the Postoffice. Providen bomenola Local and Parish News. the X ra. - The b Methodist Church. 335,0001 Services every first and third Sunday of last wee the month, at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. H. W. KNICKERlBOCKEIt. Pastor Anchorli lumber FOR RENT-Storehouse. in the center of the...

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. — 12 December 1896

eared by local appfe Sdtitutioncl diseaso, and re etional remedy like Hood's whioh, working through the the impurity which onmua thediseem, and soon eests a s ra At the same time rood's ibaoit up the whole system ead Sl tu feel rimewed in strength. Iood's Sarsaparilla ; kthebust--4naact the OneTrue Blood PuPt~er. cnd's Pills Le :I; : to " pill, Aake easy tooperae - A TONIC FORt HOGS; T - heodore Lewis, the well-known l  rish ster of Wisconsln, gives, in Hoard's Dasirylas, his method of pre paring charcoal for -bogs. A come shaped hole is dig in the ground near the bog house, four or five feet deep S pe feet in diameter at top and one foot at bottom. A sheet-Iron corer is pro ided. A Are of shavings is started In the bottom, and corn cobs added by de grees a they get aglow util the pit I full. It they burn faster on one side, lift them to the opposite side with a j. poe When all are well aglow, cover the hole with the sheet iron and seal edges with earth. Next morning there should ...

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. — 19 December 1896

VOL. IX,. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1899. NO. 27. * .......m n ..I .... i . I LOVes' WAY. not o Where Love builds his nest, deer. had i Wherr-hls steps incline, Now 3tosy east or west, dear, frien That sweet way be thine. drea That sweet way, fIoti Where dwells the May- ,d t That sweet way be thine. sP Where Love reaps the blooms, dear Where his bright stars shine, C Sheltered from the glooms there, and That sweet way be thine. but That sweet way, Until God's day- That sweet way be thine. a m And still for thee, the light, dear, ing I Though never light be mine; whic And thank God for the night, deag If morning's rose be thine. And Love's der way, a Until God's ay- he a Ant Love's dsr way be thino. -Prank L. Stanton, in Atlanta Constituto. cilia MY OWN DECEASE, it' 01 LTHOUGH nndoubt- may edly I had been very -iorn ill, I am by no means in i certain of my fact. at And about this-time; so had whethet I was the entil ,Jfritim of a lively im- too...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 19 December 1896

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. JAMES N. TURNER. Pubiliher and Proprietor. QUBSCRIPTION: $200 PER YEAR. Saturday, December 19, 1896. Justice McEnery lately rendered a very important decision, which up holds the right of municipal corpor ations to require the paving of streets. Chicago is a pretty large city and a pretty wicked one, if we are to judge from the number of indict ments for crime for the year ending Oct. 1, which was 11,573. Twenty-two saving banks in New Hampshire have failed within the past eighteen months, holding de posits to the amount of $17,000,000. The losses to depositors aggregated $4,500,000. A Democrat in Virginia has de clined a certificate of election to Congress that was awarded to him on account of clerical irregularities in the returns, and his Republican eoaspetit gets the place. r- a Thktlol vote cast in the State of t*avada at the last election was only 10,316. It is pretty much of a bur lesqa. to call this a'stat...

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. — 19 December 1896

THE BARNER-DEMOCRAT, -r- - Trt Saturday, December 19. :896. & M. precis P''S. STRICo ZL, M. ., St. I, Practicing Physician, nati a Office at Campbell & Chaze Drug chang Store on Levee street. at a I you 1 w. D. BELL, to all Burgeon and Practicing Pysicita. or ini (Obstetries a specialty) addrc Will respond to all calls, day orniglht. Office at Bernard drug store. Residence next to Metodist Churc A. Payment for medical services must Ills. be made at the close of each month w positively, Louh J. .. P. WELLS, JR., burg LAWYER, Th LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA. her I toils Omffce-Next to the Postoflice, den O. S. WYL , bet Attorney at L"aw. the Lake Providence, La. M Practices in State and Federal Courts. F of I nice. i Local and Pariah News. Methodist Church. Services every first and third Sunday of of Ut the month, at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. r H. W. KNICKERBOCKER. Pastor TI look FOR RENT-Storehouse. In the center of the ,usiness block in the town of Provi dence. Will be rented cheap. Apply...

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. — 19 December 1896

rad eadlas. Ta ea read a happy mind In a happy enatenaome without much penetration. This Sthe sort of countenance that the quondam ulln sferer or dyspeptic relieved by Bas tetter's Stomach Bitters wears. You will meet many such. The great stomacblc and alterative also provides happiness for the malarious, the rheumatic, the weak. and these troubled with inaction of the kidneys aad bladder. A 46H Burma ruby, the largest over cut, was sold in London the other day for $0,000. peat Tebaeeo Spit and smoke Your LtIh Away. ft YOU wat to ipit tobuc ainU easly whever, regain, leosa n upba ui obe s  od e al hoe o or less affeted by catarrh. The eyea becoe smed, red and watery, with dull, heavy pains between thor; there are rarinr, buing noisye in the ears, and sotime the hearing ars anffe; the nose is a severe sufferer, and watery, with dull, heavy pains between in the eas, and sometimes the hearing with its constant, uncomfortable discharge. All these disagreeable symptoms may bt removed ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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