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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 24 December 1892

* -~ ' I; ~~ Tsii~~. .*~ : ·· L J~ r" ... .. .5 . * o .ror . i  'nit VOLUME V. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, D ......2. ONE PO ATIE ;ek ;,owrsoaemtasy. t E, WHERD WOM N 24 H ONCE UPO A TIMEwe `s I .a WHREWOE SOK. TEGRAT mmm u.... In -m umm dow ClitdoeA1N~toursix lxeaen l. t.. ONCE UPON A TIME, In the klucint en cur childhood New we loved each rhyme, And each ft-told tale beginning "Oace npos a time." Now we hold as no les precious Thought of youth's sweet prims, And the bMlessed golden seamn Once upon a time. DIsord then had never migled With our heartsa' glad chime; Lif was harony and gladness. Ones upon a time. Hands were free, then, for life's labors; Feet were strong to climb: Hana were full of brave ambitions Ones upon a time. Thsn mo doubts were ever blended In life's happy rhyme, Love was true and lovers faithful, boe upon a time Shall we meeok at those who teach a Life is still sublime? AS, how very fair we thought it, OMne upon a time' -Woman's Jou...

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 December 1892

TfE IMEI-DEMOABT, L PUBLISHRiD, EVERY SATURDAY AT fron LAKZ PROVIDENCE. LA. the pub D. I, tMORGAo, Eator. call JAM0S N. TURNER, can PMblsher anI Proprietor. law ped and eUBltCIIPTiON : 2 200 PER YEAR. the asi Saturday, -December 24, 1892 elei --not gre The District of Columbia has 230,- cen 392 inhabitants. * the there seems to be no mercy for Mrs. Maybrick in Great Britain. an< The yield of beet sugar In Europe eve the past year was 3,500,000 tons. ed. The St. Louis City Treasurer is short $65,000. ma Michel J. Mulvihill has been ap- gri pointed Postmaster at Vicksburg. ha so0 Hall and Fitzsimmons will fight in New Orleans the evening of April su the 5th. for Cholera has broken out again in thi Hamburg, and the people are panic da stricken. wv The deficiency in the National Treasury fur the current fiscal year is $14,560,240. Congress has decided to take a of holiday recess from December 22d pi toJanuary 4th. tl Jay Gould's life was insured for $4,000,000. There was nothing et ...

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. — 24 December 1892

atswday,' £ Dcnimg M, 1892. I F. MMontgornery, ts no* prepared to run lines. loest lands, fad eorners, turlash fall description oflosea tlons, tlmbret &e.. and make phtts of uenfeys Stan levels for pu oses of drainage with pro !sles, aske estimates ot embkmearts, tlttehes.iftage building and public works oral? deserl' lons. Dr. R. W. SEAY, Practtttoner of klsiltehe. Sergety and ObtuatMic Oilce A" testie4 a.on A sba plimtation P. 0.. Brstte La. . W.. L QOl, Physician and Surgeon. Olee on Lake street, 4WWill practice in all the brauches of Ati Profession. C-lis answered promptly day and night. W, D , BELL, Surgeon and Practicing Physician. (Obstetnes a specialty) Will respond to all calls, day or flght. Oiece at Bernard drug store. Residence next to Methodist Churcb UOT. WE TSJTONE. CO ilr and Attorne at Law, Rayvulle. - - - La. Will praetice in the parishes otMerehoube, Ouaehita, Richland, Franklila. Madison. West Carroll and attend every term of court in East Carroll: also 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. — 24 December 1892

The November Wide Awake Opens with a profusely-illustrated arti. ele on "Some British Castles," written by Oscar Fay Adams, and appropriately frontispieced by a splendid full-page pieture, by Garrett, of "Marmion's De fiance to Narl Douglas." Alexander Black has a capital descriptive paper on "The Babies of the Zoo" at Central Park, charmingly illustrated by Irene Williamson, a pupil of Beard. Edith Robinson has a fine story, "Raglan's Substitute," of the pluck and bravery of a Harvard boy at a city fire; Mary Belden McCobb has a good Thanksgiv ing story, "Why She was Thankful," and "Mabel's Election Day" is an ap propriate November story by Ellen Strong Bartlett. Florence Howe Hall tells of the "Moriarty-Duckling Fair." "How Dorothy Paid her Way," by Car oline E. Hersey, is a bright story of a bright girl. The serials by Kirk Mun roe, "the Coral Ship," and "That Mary Ann," by Kate Upson Clark," which all the boy and girl readers have voted as "fine," end with this number, for a new...

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 December 1892

t. .. - -- . s . -~. VOLUME V. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, D~CEIMBER 31,ISo. A RIDICULOUS MUDDLE. ' p h Sow rt cOme Near SeparatUn Two ovhing lart MisS Lucy Meadows had two ad- 't mrers, each of whom endeavored to n court her while the other tried to do ti the same thing. The experience is not uneommon, but it is always exciting. i It is scarcely necessary to say that ft Lucy was like most other girls and en- tl joyed the excitement. At heart she v was an honest maiden, but she was ad- t dieted to harmless flirtation. She gave i ''-.- e.'oM'o liUttle enoouragement, but s not too much, and excused her conduct c on the ground that she did not yet e know whiceh she liked the better. I In fairness to our heroine it must be r confessed that her excuse was not a r bad one, for her admirers happened to I be as nearly equally desirable as they c could be. Each was fairly good look- t Ing, each could make himself qul4 A agreeable, each had average intelll I genes, ...

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 December 1892

THE DAIIER-DEMOCRAT, IUBLtSUItD EVEIZ BSATURDAY AT LAKE rFOVU)ENCE. LA, R. lb. MORGA4. FAlsor. JAMES N. TURNER, ab-tlSbe ' mad Propretor. UpCOCBPTIO! : $ 00 PERI YEAR. Saturaayn December 31, 18. 2 IE0TOJ&AL JEALOUSY. tfle New York World's pronounc 'M| Eposition to the Nicaragua canal -teheme, which was so ably heralded to the world by the convention re enSlty hell in New Orleans, is awther cropping out of sectional soltshness that should he promptly decried and frowned down. rt its but natural that the World hould favor any and every measure that tends to the aggrandizement of the empire State and the big city where it is published. but iudulg ng in such bitter opposition to an en lightened scheme for the progress and benefit of mankind on the score of commnercial and financial jealousy Is inexcusable, and not in accord with the spiiit and purpose of one of the foremost papers published on this continent. New Orleans. the Crescent City of the South, is geographically one theasa...

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 December 1892

lt Dr'1 onr {: e ese e wi twprol At h ees -tes o M 5m1 . gtI, ` y ' _ . • to Y u''s bend odist Ld 1 P nPr ttsoer.tjo of lored t. E o. proL .ilta tonadPy YOPn y hs btettrl and puis: wori. were WAFl. k(,W..oPd tO E.lll , dr Po gi Wt ptra ttetedeg sthttes ee r I S.lls. I it I a t odg OUbaun4reeletc o Ai.a plaatatoa _i_. I.A. pror w. .. to. Physician and Surgeon. TI Oe es O *SLake street, gare piStWil practce nto all the branches t ur. tk Profr essiorn. Calauanswered fule tm. .wsi. ~ gh. ..,n n pas wer W. D. . * L mar -atrfeea sad Prvactic ng da t wil (Obrtetrve a specialtyo) st lrepod to all rcalls day or night. O dee at B ternar dril gore ledenceal i erit to MethodIst Chureb trot bri * a * It Ti'ng cE .his C get dl Asttgu at Law, at I - lrcpdlh: . La. seas rWill sai Dr to she parishes otMore boue, (JH)thr , RielaId. Prankita. Madison. col West grtolt an ettend every tertnacourt al East C errol: also thCtrcult and upremt I Chrrt s et the State. Will give eptealt d I plnh ptteagt to...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 31 December 1892

tAT*&Gw"S 8UXON. r r  oy the b. Nile at 1 S i t oe ravenard a . E<pre ot*n r - mets W in Ge That Kf the mtob d Sd tatse btees Sed e Pardtt s g Aetha eots Is.. ReW. T. DeWitt Talmage prepared   Sthe foll erowing dscourse on the eve of Sthe national election, but it was not doe- c S livered by reason of Mr. Talmage being a : ._ called from Brooklyn The text is: v Alas alas, that reas ceity Babylon, that l mt:;hty hl w tr Is i s bear Is thy tea`. p meet some-Revehatons, eisi., s. e Modern scientists are doing a splen Sdid work in excavating the tomb of a h 'dead empire holding in its dead arms aa Sdead ity, mother and child of the same b name- Babylon. The ancient moend Invites the spade and shovels and crow bars while the unwashed natives look - on in surprise. These scientists and b Syellow bricks still impressed with the name of Nebuchadnezzar, and they go a down into the sarcophagus of a mon archy buried more than two thosand a Syears ag, May the explorations of Rawlinson a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 21 January 1893

VOLUME V. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1893. " "- i - 2- i . -l , i - - THE EAR AND THE HUSK. Rev. T. DeWitt Tamage Fnds a New PararL Th' aedlr and esout o ae Typied by the ar of Cam in the 3ma Is the na .ips fer the Mester The following discourse was delivered by Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage in the Brooklyn tabernacle from the text: As a shock of cora comth is t his ss-. Job v., tL This Is the time of the year for husk ing orn. If you have recently been in the fields of Pennsylvania, or New Jer sey, or New York, or New England, or Sin any of the country districts, you know that the corn is all out The sharp knife stuck through the stalks and left them all along the fields until a man came with a bundle of straw and twisted a few of these wisps of straw into a band, and then, gathering up as much of the corn as he could compass with his arms, he bound it with this wisp of straw, and then stood it in the field in what is called a shock. There are now at...

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 January 1893

THE BANIER-DEODCRAT. -- - - .,_ L -  - PUBLitslEO EVE@B SATURDAY AT LAKE 'ROVIDENCE. LA. 1f.'L. stoGAI.. Editor. JAMP3 V. TLURNER, pituilsher and Piopiutor. aU 'l- ---y1 --r-r Saturday, January 21. 189~3 Ex-Se entor Eu,tis of Louisana. is a prime favorite with Mr. Cleveland. There were 4000 ttew post offices established,in.the Latted States dur ing.. last year. New York. the gre:at metropolis of the Etp!ire StRie, was completely winter bound last week. - + --.-. .. --JJ, Miost of the papers lublished in the German Empire are owned and editeid by members of the Hebrew persuasionr. The Homestead poisoning cases have been before the conrt for sever al days. Arseni- a poisoning has been testificd to. A bill hbts been introduced in the legislature to enlarge the boundaries of the city of New York to a ralfus of twenty miles from the oity tall. The white eape continue their deviltty inr Anlt'e county, Miss.; burping cabins, running a ff negroes and ,midng pastares of plantations. Gove...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 21 January 1893

on ; ;"'J m .sn` . Cltfsgaeraug SPash Survoyer, t. now Itepared to uN linees. tcgtlatds, lud cornere, tnrnish full desrlipton ofloea tion. tlmhber Ue.. ana mnake plats'af urvey rlsa Iveerl fbr put poses of drainage with pro. files, mlae estimates of emhmankments. dittchesabril.s buildlag and publie weoo o all deseriptions. Dr. R. W. BE.AY, Prsaettioner of IoketIne, Nrugesy and Obstetris O, and redeaee o Alpha plastatiol P. 0., Brunette La. W. 3. LONG, Physician and Surgeon. OMee on Lake street, Ii'WIlJ.,plpetice in all the breuches of his Profession. Calls answered promptly day and night. " W. aD. ELL, Surgeon and Practicing Physiclan. (Obstetrics a specialty ) Will respond to all calls, day or night. Olee at Bernard drug store. tesidence S ext to Methodist Church aOBT. W'UTSTOER. Comlufer i Atterney at tar, Rtyville. . La. Will practice in the parishes olMorehouse, Oflchits. Richlaud, Franklin. Madison. West Carroll and a~tend every term of court ia Bast Carroll: also the('ircuit...

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 January 1893

01 WO Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts y promptly on the Kidneys, idver and Bowels, eleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual comtpation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, plessing to the taste and ao eeptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly benefceial i its ebcI, prepared only fom the most ealthy and agreabe substances,its many excellent qualities commend it to all and bave made it the most ow ar remed known. yrup of Figs is for sale in 50o nd  1 bottles b all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on and will pro. ease it premptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do not accept any oaute. CALIFORNIA FIG StWUP CO. SAN nil10 WOO. CAL. .MWVL LE. M. meW rOa. 0.F. OOUGHS, COLDS, -lEN UOWSGMPTION. LOUI 0001o. lNw oaLaus. says: "It ve m tgreet ulle tobe able to ms that Lococ's iCsh Ulixir is the best ...

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 January 1893

VOLUME V. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1893. NO. 32. n ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ · nn· ICII nII mm,,,,,,n nun nn·nm u mm m u mmm nuumnu nmu "mnlumunmm oi   nufu GOD'S MIRACLES. In kindly wisdombss the lather hid The afer meanings of His will for man: Yet hope is ours, and faith who smiting L'd Obedience unwavering to HRs plan. Enough for His great purposes Is known, Enough for finite minds to comprehend; 'Tis ours to know that God is God alone, That wecan fully trust Him to the end. His mysteries are merels. in disguise,' It is theirgreatness hides tbm from our ken; The all to know were impiously wise Vain aspirations to be God, in ment There were no future if 'twere now foreseen. The far to-morrow would be lived to-day; Rich expectation, born of faith serene, Were doomed to nothingness, and drear 4o csy. That which we know is so sublimely grand. So love-Imbued, so fatherty, so kind Trust we the most where least we understanad. Yield human reason to the ete...

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 January 1893

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. PLTILBLSUED RVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. D. I. MORO N. Editor. JAMfS N. TUItNEU. Pablisher and Proprietor. tUB.1iCRli TION : $2 00 PER YEAR. Saturtday, January 28. 1893 The law makers of Wisconsin are trying to do away with capital punish ment. The beautiful town of Magnolia, Miss., was nearly all destroyed by fire on Sunday hlut. A negro Mafia society has been unearthed in St. Louis, and some of its members captured. Senator Carlisle's resignation ten dered to the Governor of Kentucky is to take effect Febuary 4th. The Ohio from Cairo to Pittsbnrg and the upper Mihsisiippi at last ac counts were frozen hard and fast. No water in sight. Senator Vest, who is bitterly op posed to the anti option bill, says it will surely pass the Senate when it comes up. Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, L. Q. C. La mar died suddenly last Monday night at Macon, Georgia. Sam Small has gone back to hold down a desk in the office of the Atlanta Constitu...

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 January 1893

ITs iow r. e4 7 ed to ru lines. Ice e nda, d(4i eanrus. tusiuih full de1epnrpt1eit nvflich tion. tl.behi're.. I make plits of sutrreys tre j1 ¢keforTlur tp e drahaste with pro. rite. make estimates of eaihaniiments. ditches.lerlige lotflding and pbJile works of all desalfptions. Dr. R. W. SEAY, tractltoer of 'Wediclie, SBrgery sad Obstetrt's Offie and resideee or Alpba plantation Bancb's Bend P. 0.. Brunette La. ' . Z. E4No , PIaelelau and Surgeon. Oteaea Lake street, 1puJfill practice in sit the breuchee of his ,Profession. Calls. answered promptly 1a" and night. W. D. BERLL, Burgeon and Practicing Physician. (Ohatetnea a specialty ) Will respond to all calls, day ornil1ht. Office at Bernard drug store. Resldence :next to Methodist Church Payment for medical services must be made at the close of each month positively, ROT . WiiETSTON. Couacallor and Attorney at Law, Rayvill. - - - La. Will practice in the parishes olMorehoube, Ouachlita. Richland. Franklin. Madibon. West Carro...

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 January 1893

WORDS OF THE WISE. Ha who would not be frustrate of his hope to write well hereafter in laudable things, ought, himself, to be a true poem.-Milton. SNvsa speak anythtng evil of a man If you do not know it for a certainty; and, if you know it for a certainty, then ask yourself: "Why should I tell it?" Lavater. 8rvnuL observant ladles have dis hiovered that vegetarians have clear complexions, and have either renounced the use of meat entirely or partake of It sparingly. Lady Paget, wife of the 3ritsh ambassador of the Austrian court, is one of the recent converts to eegreterlanism. 'r is not merely the right, it is the Ohty of every one competent to the task to do what in him lies to strengthen the fitful and uncertain influence of a sound Intellect upon the vast and intricate jumble of conflicting opinions in the world at large.-Leslie Stephen. 5-e Messrs. Editors: Knowing how many ex petant Mothers in the land will appreciate the information, and desiring to save all the anguish and...

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. — 4 February 1893

VOLUME V. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1893. NO. 33. THE MOTHER OF ALL. ]Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage Talks Upon the Divine Character, Reslewing It From a Beldom-Conlsdered 8taedpoint-The Bible a Letter of Afection as From a Parent to a Child. The following discourse by Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage was delivered in the Brooklyn tabernacle on the subject of God as "The Mother of All." He took for his text: As one whom his motber comforteth, so will I comfort you.-Isatsh lxvi., 13. The Bible is a warm letter of affec tion from a parent to a child, and yet there are many who see chiefly the se vere passages.. As there may be fifty or sixty nights of gentle dew in one summer, that will not cause as much remark as one hajlstorm of half an hour, so there are those who are more struck by those passages of the Bible that announce the indignation of God than by,those that announce His af fection. There may come to a house hold twenty or fifty letters of affection duri...

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. — 4 February 1893

THE BANNER-DEMOR AT. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. D. L. MORGAN. Editor. JAMIES N. TURNER, tPubltsher and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION r 0200 PER YEAR. Saturday, February 4, 1893 Blaine passed sway as quietly as a child falling asleep. The World fair exhibits will be opered in May next. Fred Douglas is fast becoming a senegaulbian ba"k number. Base ball tzanms playing in Ala IuaIna have to pay 8n an nual license of $100. The Governor of Kentucky has ap pointed Win. Lindsey to succeed Senator Carlisle. 'the torritories of Utah, Oklahoma and Arizona will soon be severally aduitted as Statcs. Scrambling for spot cotton will be the next thing in order as soon as a few nmore !nat Iales Fo in. All the saloon keepers in Jackson, lMiss., except two, have been in dicted for selling liquor to minors. The ice gorge in the Ohio rver be gan moving on Saturday last. The mercury marked 57 at noon in Cin cinnati. There were 500 carriages in line at the funeral of Bishop Brooks in Bos...

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. — 4 February 1893

THE BAHNER-DEMfCRAT, Saturday, - February 4, 1893. T. F. Montgomery, Civil Engineer and Parish Surveyor, To now prepared to run lines, locste lands, And corners. turnish full description ofloca tons. timber &c.. and make plate ot survv se rita levels forpuatp. acfdrainap'e with plu files, make estin'ns of emhankmcnte. ditches.hriage huilaing and public works of all deserlvtions. Dr. R. W. SEA.Y, Practitioner of Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics Odtie and residence on Alpha plantation Bunch's Bend. P. O., Brunette La. W. E. LONG, Physician and Surgeon. Office on Lake street, giWill practice in all the branches of his Profession. Calls answered promptly day and night. W. D. BELL, Surgeon and Practicing Physician. (Obhstetne a specialty ) Will respond to all alls, day or night. Office at Bernard drug store. Iesidence next to Methodist Church Payment for metdina services must be made at the close of each mout't positively, P OBT. WEETSTONE. Councellor and Attorney at Law, Rsyvwlle....

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. — 4 February 1893

ATLANTA, Ga., November 21, 1t8. Messrs. Editors: My son, W illiam, was, in 1886, entirely oured of canoer of the mouth, which had caused him much pain and suffering, by a 8. . By advice of physi cians, who were unable to relieve him, an operation was performed, extending to the jawbone (which they scraped) butthe can. cer returned shortly after, and commenced growing rapidly. Finally, after tryi n many other remedies. I commenced to give him . 8. ., and with the second bottle he began to improve; after seven bottles had been taken the cancer disappeared entirely, sad though six years have elapsed, there has been no return. My boy is now thirteen years old, in good health, and I have every reason to believe is permaneptly oured of the cancer and his cure is due entirely to 8. 8. 8 J. R. Mvanocx, 95 Factory St., Atlanta, Ga. "I Ax inclined to think," said the pig which had been taken in o0 the pasture "that thepen is far better than the award.' -Indianapolis Journal. " now I Wrote Ben...

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