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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 21 August 1897

VOL. X, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 2I 1897.. WOMANS INLUENCE' tan gov CHAPTER xpr Vo eye day ticr and watch Margar, Lut as he grewtc tha "I'a long miserable weeks.er CHAPTER XSJ V. it.LIIEL'5 CONIES5IO5f Brian at first was content to lie still gal and watch Margaretuel , ut as he gred. "I strongerot knowhe w ask her to sing. Ior talk to him, and then ould she tell have again and atain of the bitter regret and los remorse which had filled those three long nmiserablo weeks. "How cruel I was,' he whispered. "I gmol dlld not kno)w what I was saying. I could never reproach you. You have done more for me than I can ever speak 3an of. Always my true, loyal wife. A ri, ways making sacrifices for me. It was se such a dear, tender hurt that I longed for just a tender spot in it." "A vw ry proud heart," sh') corrected gently. wi "Only sometimt a, An I hal it been a n, thousand tim,'s more proud 1 should for- yo get it all in the joy of p ssessing it at pa last....

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 August 1897

TI BAUEI-DEMOCRATS _ Sev eCa lliflD )YBY "SATURBAT AT have g  s PROVIDENCE. LA. cial s . which .. AMESI N. TUNI should pIubaither and P1oprietor. lion. presse qUBBCRITION : $ 00 PER YEAB. of the issue 4 Baturday, August 21, 1897. T;u _______B gested "Keep off tIe gAss Coxey," has journL been nominated for Governor of one tl Ohio by the Poplists. judica O)ni account Qf the $2,000,000 cam- mmis paign fund that the Republicans have now c AItheir disposal to buy up votes in count Ohio, It looks rather gloomy for the ing o Democrats. hence Judge James C. George, United We States 'lator from Mississippi, died court on Saturday last at Missippi City. ted, Hfe was a great man, with few equals less i so the U. S. Senate. salar -- anno A.recent order of the postoflice anT department to postmasters, requires aboli them to make the impression of distr every official stamp so distinct that there each letter and figure may be plainly shall visible. and I nagi Nearly fifteen millions of dollars ...

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 August 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. Tb: the I street Saturday, August 21, 1897. tion t fire, r L. K. BARBER, suraL ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Th Lake Providence, La. J. C. ing 1 C. F. DAVIS, week ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, the s Lake Providence, La. ty in A Local and Parish News. citize Carra SPECIAL NOTICE. the I wish to notify the gentlemen of euthi Providence and ricinity that I am rep- lieve resenting the Clothing House of LAM & CO., of Chicago, the leading Cloth- the t ing House in the United States. A fit w guaranteed, and freight paid on all goods. 1 am showing a pretty line of off w samples. Send me your orders. Will turl call on you if notifled. the IT. G. MORRIS, too Ben Lomon, Miss. have Fine shoes at White's. W Put no signs on the trees. will Property continues to change hands. moli West Carroll should not defeat the on h tax. soo0 Several drunmmers were in town this will week. stor Services at the Churches to-mor row. One fare to the Vicksburg encamp- the ment. lot a White is opening a pretty line of...

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 August 1897

Tbesing maeabia4 one of the grat t blasings in the way of sanhbinee ever offered to the public, sold for years at sixty dollars in the United States. The same machine, however, to be shipped to a foreign land, could be purchased below twenty dollars. After the patonts ran- out the price fell rapidly until now sewing machines are sold for twenty-oge dollars and often below twenty dollars, The sewing aechine manufacturers became im mensely rich from their profits of several hundred per cent. It has been estimated that typewriting ma chines cost less than twenty dollars to1 build, while they. sell for from fifty dollars to one hundred dollars each. It is generally understotd that an agreement exists whereby these high prices are maintained. Business men are compelled to pay from three hun dred to five hundred per cent. profit or go without the machines. Are there any other madhines which yield sieh profits as the sewing ma chines did for years, and the type writing machine has and does...

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 August 1897

~be &z3nnerwUetworndl. VOL. X, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1897. N0 11 PLAY YOUR PART UNAIDED. Play your part unaided-rely upon your strength; Be brave and strong and go along. Act yoer part and sing your song, And you'U succeed at length. Play your part unaided-don't walt for others to i Assistance lenil, but bravely bend Your back and struggle to the end, And do what iu to do. Play your part unaided-through' years that conme and go; Toil on with might through day and night And let your heart be ever light As summer winds that blow. Play your part unaided-don't worry over cares; Though troubles come and baffle some, Pray heed them not, but banish from Your soul besetting snares. Play your part unaided-o'er let your heart be leal; Scorn Idle fears and cowards' sneers, And till for coming days and years With steadfast hope and zeal. --8ldney W. ltase, in Little Rock Gazette. THE ASYLUM GIRL. BY HELEN FORREST sGRAVEL S HIS is Peggy, is it?" said...

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 August 1897

I ?BT , SA'TULBDAY AT 3P )bvranvW eJC, LA. . lEI 5N. TURNER, ' L' her and Proprietor. - S1~ C 1RTION : `a10 PIER YEAR. _________- ,August 2, 1897. Will the wheat growers get the beneit of the $1 wheat or will it be the gamblers in the stock exchangee that will reap the benefits? United States Senator George was not placed in his grave before there were a dozen applicants for the posi tion that he has so honorably filled. Stub is the world. C Within the past two weeksca two mysterious murders have been 11 committed right in the heart of Greenville, Miss., without any pros- the feean of ever finding out the assas- s sins. re rep Wimberly's commission still hangs rep fire. There must be a terrible feel- she ing in the breasts.of the "daithful," to whose ipockets are getting light th: watlinpg for the soft poehish that they so expected sometime ago, but is still a drear. TeSultan of 'Iurkey has con sented to enter into negotiations for be the sale of Palestine to the Jews. It af *"t.e...

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 August 1897

THE BANER-DEMOCRAT. Saturday, August 28, 1897. L. K. BAARBER, ATTORNEY-AT. LAW. Lake Providence, La. C. F. DAVIS, ATTORNEY-AT-LAw, Lake Providence, La. Local and Parish News. SPECIAL NOTICE. I wish to notify the gentlemen of Providence and ricinity that I am rep resenting the Clothing House of LAM & CO, of Chicago, the leading Cloth ing louse in the United States. Aftit guaranteed, and freight paid on all goods. I am showing a pretty line of samples. Send ne your, orders. Wil call on you if notifed. IH. G. MORlRIS, Ben Lomon, Miss. Now for the railroad. "'To the Klodyk ke gold field# I" Nit. The city council meet on next Wed. uesday. The new grocery store looks nice and neat. McGuire's gin has been runniug this week. The gin house whistle can be beard in the laud. Hunters can chase the deer after Tuesday next. The painters are getting all the work that they can do. Where will the depot be located ? is the question asked. Fog Tuesday morning caused the boats to be bebind. Propert...

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 August 1897

't the rteeptioa given ,to Dr. John - Watson In Syracuse some time ago two Bcotchmen in Highland costume prb sented themselves. As the day wws - cold many of the other guests express ed the fear that they would suffer dis comfort from their bare legs. Hearing this, one of the Scotchmen laughed and said: "Do you know that a man's knee Is like a dog's nose? It is bound to be cold, anyway. That is a fact, and swathing the knee in flannels and trot sers doesn't make the body a bit warm. er." Two Mighty Continents, I'irth and South America, beside Guatemala, the West Indies, Australia, and even Europe, are the fields of usatulness in which ilosteer's stomach litters has demonstrated its value noas an antidote to malaria, adi as a remedy for dyspepisl, constipation, rheumatism, neuralgia, bi!lousuess, nervousness, and tas of appetite and sleep. Theo inhabitants, the medtlal men of those countries, have spoken in no uncertain tones 'onccrnlng the eflicacy of the gross household remedy. An ...

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 September 1897

V.. X. LAKE PROVIDmENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1897. NO, 12. VO .X, 1897 .... ..--.".  V VU" . 1 q SINCE YESTERDAY. ever - the The mavls sang but yesterday gra A strain that thrilled through Autumn's aw dearth; mor fle read thie music of his lay In light and leaf, and heaven and earth; The windflowers by the wayside swung, Jeal (Words of the music that was sung. and IHer In all his song the shade and sun be Of earth and heaven seemed to meet, old( Its joy and sorrow were as one, la~e Its very sadness was but sweet; For lie sang of summers yet to be; You listened to his song with me. you The heart makes sunshine in the rain, sip. Or winter in the midst of May, J, And though the mavis sings again as 1 His self-same song of yesterday, I find no gladness in his tone; To-day 1 listen here alone. ant the And even our sunniest moment takes Fot Such shadows of the bliss we knew- Thy To-day his throbbing song awakes hat But wistful, haunting thoughts of you; twi ...

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 September 1897

THE BAI lER.DEMOORAT, cA ,Z_.._ ----.----.- W~e PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT l,,'mo LAKE PRO()VDECE. JIA. death JAMES N. TIUNER. nly pull,IInher and Prioprictor. (-o(tp iltIB.:4(IIlI"II(iN: $200 I'Pl YEAR. C:l - -- ----------- ICE eal Saturday, September 4, 1897. nke, S --week The Catahoula News is in favor of lie w getting our next Governor above thec ll tot mouth of Red River w here he stands cud c to his Democracy, anrd takes his WI coffee sugar or no sugar. Correct; untX; we are with you. afflic thoul On Saturday last at Readville, most Mass., the pacing stallion, Star good Pointer, paced it mile in the re- best markable trine of 1:59 1-4, beating plin the world record of two minutes, quen held by Gentry. ncts. trout Down in the town of Vidalia a marl change in the post office took place he - last week. Mrs. J. Minor Scott has recei been the postmistress for some years Ca and her sister, Miss Mary Brady, kno her deputy; but things have been gres d reversed, and it will now be M...

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 September 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. Saturday, September 4, 1897. Local and Parish News. SPIECIAL NOTICE. I wish to notify the gentlemen of Providence and vicilitiy that I am rep resenting the Clothing House of LAM t: CO, of Chicago, the leading Cloth ing HIouse in the United 8lates. A fit guarantecd, andl freight paid on all gfoods. 1 am showing a pretty line of samples. ,I ad e t your orlders.. Will cull on yo,, if notifIled. 1!. (. MOJlIlS, Ben Loimon, Miss September 4th. Cotton picking is now common. Cotton saenck material has a rush. hunters can now chase the deer. Services at the Churches Jo-morrow. Send us in your fall advertisements. 'ittmnan's brick kilu has been started. More stores in town should adver tise. Cool uights, but the days are red hot. Now is the time to got in your win ter wood. The weeds are plentiful along the side walks. GCet a fall advertisement in the Bau ner-I)emocrat. A sewing machine agent is wanted at Brunswick, Miss. The continued dry weather has helped along the cr...

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 September 1897

U% l hts* a tsn the c rt Room. "Who are those students with booki I under their arms?" "They are taking up the law." "nd what's the old man in a gown back-of that bench doing?" 4Oh, he's laying It down."-New York .Press,_ To attach an umbrella to a bicycle a Connecticut woman has a device con sisting of a brace, designed to clamp the bead of the bicycle, and a socket into which the handle of the umbrella' can be fastened. The handle of the umbrella is In telescope sections. Girl--His spine Is hurt. Another (lirl -Then I suppose his football days are over. Girl-Oh, no. He can still play halt-back, or quarter-back, anyway.-, Detroit Journal Bolnet Ieasons for Approval. There are several cogent reasons wlr the medical profession recommend and the publi. prefer Ilnsttter's Stomach Bitters above the ordinary cathartice. It ioes not drench aid weakenghe bowels, but assists rather than forces nature to sot; it is botanic and safe; its action is never preced6d by an internal earth quake li...

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. — 11 September 1897

'Gbe Banwe>Zenw wal VOL. X . LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1897. _NO 1 SING A SONG. If you'll sing a song as you go along, In the face of the real or the fancied wrong; In spite of the doublt if you'll fight it out, And show a heart that is bravo and stout; If you'll laugh at the jeers and refuse the tears, You'll forco the ever-reluctant cheers That the world denies when a coward cries, t To give to the man who bravely tries; &Anil you'll win success with a little song If you'll sing the song as you go along! C C If you'll sing a song as you plLd along, You'll find that the busy rushing throng Will catch the :.'rain of the glad refrain; That the sun will follow the blinding rain; C That the clouds will fly from the blackened N sky; What the stars will come out by and by; And you'll make new friends, till hope do seends From where the placid rainbow bends; And all because of a little song If you'll sing the song as you plod along! If you'l...

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. — 11 September 1897

lint WEREuMeOCnAT. : ;ยต IED -EVERY SATURDAY AT S. LAKE PROVIDENCE LA. II. -- - -- - JAMIES N. TUIiNEII, Publiidher anrd Proprietor. 4UInS:CRIPit'ION : 200 P'ER YEARl Saturday, September 11, 1897. ItI took 600 cases of fever at Ocean " ;prings, Miss., to demonstrate to the doctors the difference between dengue and yellow fever. *'The American L'Prty'' was born in St. Louis on the 26th of last wnonth. It will be like the Populist Party, soon to play out. Ierr Antire,"c the artic explorer, ~ ho attempted to reach the North poll by balloon about two moi4hs ago, hais yet to be heard from. The chances are slim for Audrce ever turning up. It seems to be the utanimous opinion throughlout the State that a parish court, with one parish judge b and parish attorney is one of the reforms that should be adopted by the constitutional convention. As the New Orleans Board Of health know all about stamping out yellow fever, and have done it be fore, we do not expect to hear of but the one case that d...

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. — 11 September 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. miss S ..- - .- - c ered Saturday, Scptember 11, 1897. presentt . . ... .. . . ------- . . bright I ocal and 1'arish News. mother -- ~----_ her. SJ1'1CIAL VO'TC. The T wrish to 7notif tfhe fdct1(1<eicn of Loan P'rovihcwe' (Iad vicily that I am rep rcscunliy the (' lolhien House of LAM date $2 & CO, of Ch'r!o. thlice lealdicng Cloth- that tb, intg hIouse il, the (U(iled Stlctes. Ajit foreclo r(Ir(n(cedI, and fright p'aid . on (all speak goods. I am s/eoimc a "prct/y 1;i'e of soplels. Snd wne 71o0?/r orders. Will affiirs. call on you i notflied.. The II. U(. MO1 ,IS, Max Bela Loon, ;lisls. TWO __ _lea rn ti 'ITwo town busLCs. been vi Register, register. bope t1 Cotton pickers are in demand. and tIe A few drops of rein only on Mon- entirel day. Telephone wires are getting thick in e town. promi Town Council procccedings appear in in tow this issue. apprec It is as hot as if it was in the middle first vi of summer. and I Buildings continue to go up in New cha...

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. — 11 September 1897

t ngl.. . -hde "name isinglass is supposed by ri1 Edwards to e derived from a corrupt ed form of the German name of the sturgeon, hausenblas. It has probably received its English name from some Improper association with the word Icing and the French glace, ice. The Kat substance Itself is the dried membranes r of certain klnds of fish. Formerly only the the air bladder of the sturgeon was used, but tn the last few years it was discovered that many other portions of the body of. tbe,8h yielded lainglass of I as good quality a the air bladde, and in tl now, isinglass I proauyed from many wort dlfferent ~ ut~ rs instead of, as f" o it is merly, solely from the Russian- fisher tion lea of-the Baltle Sea. Istrglass is near- mya ly pure gelatine, the ease with which ever this substance Slb'separated from, the to h membranes of the fsh'oonstrtuting the chil value of the material In' the arts and alth sciences. The most -remartazle varle- coil ty of Isinglass comes frbm the months or f of t...

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. — 2 October 1897

" f VOL. X AKE PROVNO. VOL,. X. ,..LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2. 187N.- . V V.L I AI WE'VE GOT TO MOVE TO-DAY. M)Ed Wal, wife, It hes been done at last, the 11ag mortgage's been foreclosed, ly the An' though the times is perty hard, 'twas tile co sooner 'an I supposed.et I kind er thought the squire would wait till things picked up a bit, An' I could work an' pay it of an' make cigar. an end of it. "Th It wouldn't take so very long 'fore I could to thin pay it all, "Miss But squire he couldn't see it so, an' so It day sh hed to fall; of the I told him it would break our hearts to hey big loI to go away; "Do Thet didn't do a bit o' good-we've got to I move to-day! 'At first I couldn't realize jest what bed "If ye come about; I will It seemed to me jest like a dream, but I re then I soon found out my en Thet we hbed lost the dear old place-'twas 7.e sad, but it was true An' then I started on the way to break olina. the news to you. flank The pathway ...

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. — 2 October 1897

BANMER.DEMOCRAT, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. JAMES N. TURNER, Pnblisher and ProprietOr. UiS(,tilI"iTION: $200o PER YEAR. Saturod.v, October 2, 1897. At Vicksburg and Jackson the Curfue rings at 10 o'clock, and all persons caught on the streets after that hour are put in the lockup and fined. It is estlmatedI that over 10,000 in habitants of Mobile left that city in one day-Sept. 16th, and that they t left in droves for several days after wards, until they were quarantined and cooul not get away. Vicksburg, Miss., only a distance of thirty miles from Edwards, where t there are now over 150 cases of yel- t low fever, shows what can be done i when a strict quarantine is maintain- I ed. and the Board of Health of the Hill City have no fear as to the result of their watchfulness. A Vicksburger, who went North to escape the "yellow fever scare," telegraphed back to a friend the other day the following: "Arrived here safely. Feel like a d-d fool for coming." There wil...

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. — 2 October 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. On reiue Sother Saturday. October 2, :897. large town those L. K. BARBEI?, town ATTORNEY-AT-LAw. Qn Lake Providence, La. got mare P. S. STI'RICKER, ID, D. oni Fracticing Physician, took Orfice at Campbell & Chaze Drug entet Store on Levee street. and SPECIAL NO TICE. I wish to notify the gentlemen of tend Providence and ricinily that I am rep- eagle resenting the Clothing House of LAM bein & CO, of Chicago, the leading Cloth- Miss ing lousze in the Uniatd S/ates. A fit guaranteed, and freight paid on all te goods. I am showing a pretty line of Ier samples. Send me your orders. Will hom call on ?ou it notif(ld. i1. a. MOIRIS, M Ben Lomnon, Miss. WVe that Local and Parish News. agar of tl The river continues to fall. anai Standing guard is no soft job. ber. Everybody wants to see frost. out The 2nd day of October, 1897. T The price of cotton continues to fall. wir School books of all kinds at White's, non Steamboats are few and far between. the Every branc...

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. — 2 October 1897

leysele Prices Faln. After several years of exorbitantly large profits the manufacturers of bicycles h~ave been compelled to -very largely reduce their prices. The pub lic actually refused ib longer pay o100 for a machine which can be built for one-quarter that amount. A few makers saw this some time ago and put on the market cheaper machines at very greatly reduced prices which so cut into the business of the higher priced manufacturers that in pure self-defense they were compelled to bid good-bye to their old high prices. Why should not the same thi oc car with type-writing machines They no doubt cost considerably lea pro duce than bicycles, and yet some of them are selling at the ridiculously high.price of $100. It is 1r to infer that a machine which sellI1t $50 costs close to $15 to mannfaotare. If a few large department stores in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Chi eago, etc., would arra.ge for large quantities to be manuf ed for them by some one outside Trust the prices would...

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