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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 13 November 1897

] i --_--- ------ VOL. X LAKE PROVIDENCE EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13 1897.22 NOTES AND COMMENTS, gaged in an experiment that will I tboe in the Wst 2.4.0 SING A SONG. the cowbou if he shoul he knew wa If you'll sing a song as you go along, "But, ! In the face of the real or the fancied stammer, wrong; headquart( In sl1te of the doubt if you'll fight it surely be t out, Why may And show a heart that is brave and I am farm stout; country." If you'll laugh at the jeers and refuse "Young the tears, stamping 1 You'll force the ever-reluctant cheers anger, "y, That the world denies when the cow- obey." ard cries, The yor To give to the man who bravely tries; monstrant And you'll win success with a little though he song- he should If you'll sing a song as you go along ! route, es] through a If you'll sing a song as you plod along, l, he c You'll find that the busy, rushing promised throng I to go?" Will catch the strain of the glad re- "Now. frain; ready." That the sun ...

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. — 13 November 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, rUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. JAMES N. T'INF.IR. Pubitwher and 1'r,,prietor. aUTBSCRIP1'TIrONN: $2 0( P'E YEAR. Saturday, Novembher 13, 1897. ANNOU CLEIENT. VWe are aiothorized to announce lon. .JOS. E RANSI)E1I.L for the lpoitiui ol l)elegte to the Con ti tutional ('Convuenttion, sI(ject to to the sction of the Detmocratic }:arty. Henry Waterson's sound money gun is spiked. At Lexington, Ky., the day before the election every hardware store in the city sold out its stock of fire arms. Something must have been expected on election day, but there was no killing for a wonder. The day that yellow fever was pro nounced in Selma, Alabama, fifteen hundred people left that place. Eleven thousand dollars in tickets were sold by the railroads. About the same number skipped out by conveyancca of different kinds. Following is the grand total of the votes received by the three leading Scandidates for Mayor of Greater New York: Van WyLk, 235,181; Low, 148,...

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. — 13 November 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. tha Saturday, Novenmber 13, 1897. lag -~ --~~ _- ---- -- re L. K. BARBER, be ATTORNEY-AT- LAW. Lake Providence, La. W TI P. S. STRICKER, MD., G Frasticing Physician, eco Office at Campbell & Chaze Druig Store on Levee street. SP'ECIAL NOTJICE. ab I vwi.sl to notif,! the gentlemen of 'i Providence and ricinity that I oam rep)- in rescnting the Clothing House rf LAM bo Ad CO, of Chicago, the leading Cloth- Lh ing Hlouse in the United States. A fit guaranteed, and freiqht paid on all goods. 1 anm showing a pretty line of sanmples. Send w'e your orders. Wll call on yotu if notified. C. II G. G MORRIS, ti Ben Lomnon, Miss 11 --- tb Local and Parish News. Local news is decidedly scarce. la The riin'on Monday was a soaker. fa West Carroll's cotton continues to ac collie in. It We saw the hat, but d-d if we w could find the fellow. Services at the Catholic and Episco pal Churches to-morrow. A great many West Carroll citizens were in town on Tuesday. The Auchorline C...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 13 November 1897

j "bhat kini d lWuage was thatF yo were talking to baby just now, mangma" asked little Ethel. "That's baby talk, my dear," replied the moth- THRI or. "And did I once understand that, amama'"--Yonkers Statesman. dV audy-Between you and me, I be. Strut liere my wife thinks more of the butch- . or than she does of me. D ddy-You don't mean It! Fuddy-I do; but I am not jealous. Duddy-Not jealous? mor SFddy--You wouln't be marprdsed T uon knew what kind of thoughts bshe Bla thinks of blm.-Boeton Trmacript. Div groi Mere Bundles of Nerves. tpo Some peevish, querulous people seem mere dLen bu dles of nerves. The least sound agitate thetr peasorinm and ruifles their tempers. No b doubt they are born so. But may not their self aervousneeabe ameliorated, it not entirely re- tho lieved? Unquestionably, and with lloetetter's Stomach Bitters. By cultivating their diges ton, and iasuring more complete ssimillation salt of the food with thie admirable corrective, they Will experience a speedy and v...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 20 November 1897

L. s. J.. 43nnerte.rI VOL. X, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1897. - NO. 23 THE DREAM TOWN SHOW. There is an island in Slumber sea And they sat on the moon and swung their Where the drollest things are done, feet, And we will sail there, it the winds are fair, ELike pendulums, to and fro. Just after the set of the sun. Down Slumber sea is the sail for ms, 'TIs the lovellest place in the whole wide And I wish you were ready to go. world, For the dream folks there on this curious Or anyway so it seems, isle And the folks there play at the end of each Begin their performance at eight. day There are no encores, and they close their In a curious show called "Dreams." doors On every one who is late. We sail right into the evening skies, And the very first thing we know The sun is sinking behind the hills, We are there at the port and ready for The seven o'clock bells chime. sport I know by the chart that we ought to start Where the dream folks give their...

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. — 20 November 1897

THE BANRER-DEMOCRAT, THE LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA. fro JAMES N. 'URBNER, Ra Publisher and Pruprietot.r , 1 --- d o wul UBSCRIPTION : $2 00 PER YEAR.. two d --- ------- /COO S8aturVday, November 20, 1897. Al - -= - Atr.] ANNOUNCEMENT. 000 a WVe are authloriized to anronluce e Ilon. JOS. E. E. ANSDEI,LL for the Wet position of Delegate to the Consti. tutional Convention, subject to the etrta action of theiDemocrntic party. an b------ bers MEETING OF THE PAIISH EX. "1 COMMITTEE. tern in Ei Lake Providence, La., Nov. 18, 197. its The Denocraiti P'arish { Executive railri Committee miet pursuant to call, r r Present-J. S. Guenard, J. N tron Turner, W. C. McRae by Jas. Beardtl Ua proxy, W. E. Dunn by J. S. Gue- eigh nard proxy. lan The chairman` stated the oljct-of roll the meeting to be the selection of roe delegates to the State Democratic Convention to be held at Baton "Car Rouge on December 9th and to nomi- Car nate a candidate for delegate to the thel Constitutional Convention to be held ...

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. — 20 November 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, Saturday, Novem:ber 20, 1897. P. S. STRICKER, MDI., Practicing Physician, Office at Campbell & Chaze Drum Store on Levee street. Local and Parish News. It is a little winterlsh. The holidays will soon be with us. The price of cotton coirtiuues down. Several arrest on Saturday night last, It is about time for another cold spell. Monday's trade was very good in town. The gins continue to run day and night. The latest in capes and jackets at Levy's. Fresh oysters at the Gardham roe. tauraut. Cotton seed are only bringing $5.0O per ton. All inabroglio on steamboats have been raised. The meat markets in town are hand. ling flue beef. Wednesday morning was the coldest of the season. The boys should not let the military company die out. Thursday, November 25, is National Thanksgiving day. The wind out from the north on Tuesday was biting. Our town Las been crowded with drummers this week. The cow ordinance is unpopular, and there is lots of kicking. Mrs. J. C. Murp...

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. — 20 November 1897

5That Terible Ieare. T Malarial disease I invariably rspplemented by disturbance of the liver, the bowels, the stomach and the nerves. To the removal of both the cause and its effect Hostetter's THE S-tomach Bitters is fully adequate. It "fills the bill" as no other remedy dos, perform inog its work thoroughly. Its Inredenth are pure and wholesome, and it admirably serves to build up system broken by ill health and shorn of strength. Constipation, liver and Dee, kidney omplaint and nervousness are con quered by it. Ini The bridge at Montreal, Canada. is nearly Fr two miles long. Ms I cannot speak too highly of Piso's Cure for Consumptlon.--Mrs. Fr aNa Moas. 21 W. iSd Y St., New York, Oct. 9. 189L can Every dollar is saved that is spent to help tree the needy. is o Fits permanently cured. No fits or nervous- is a ness after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Great knv Nerve Restorer. 92 trial bottle and treatise free. war Da.. R. H. KuI.x, Ltd., 961 ArohSt., Phila, Pa. and The less one h...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 27 November 1897

VOL. X, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1897. .NO 24 .. fluWf THE BUTTERFLIES. But 0 butterflies abrc7e the meadow grasses, the Above the daisies with their golden eyes, doe The shadow of a cloud that lonely passes; (I I walk with you, 0 wandering butterflies! serf The freckled wings that faunt and fall so "TI gently, for That cross before me dappling to the skies, wot The wings with fairy jewels marked so quaintly, row Are you my childhood's happy butterflies? Dear butterflies that rest u on the clover, ser And joyous then in winged lightness rise, pro You know one pathway I would fain dis- lan cover, the Ah, lead me home, free wandering but- an terfliesl Show me what way you passed from my old of summers, My dhildhood-summers, under far-off ho skies; tab Familiar wings, you pilgrims, you light- "T comers, bel Home to old meadows, happy butterflies! On one green hill with grassy chamber hol- str low, "I The old, old home, the long-lost garden lies;...

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. — 27 November 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, pUBLISRHED EVERY SATURDAY AT A LAKE ItROVlIDEI'CE. LA. this pulrliflr'r nr:.1 i'ror l' Fr''·.'!°r":: QUtES(i iI'Th;N :~ I 1!'.l :i EA',. Saturday, Novemnb'er 27, 1817. ar - - - =_ _ - v a i i ANNOU' CEDIENT. to b We are auth orizcl to announince in tl lion. JOS. E RI\NSl)ELL for the ani position, of Delegate to the Consti. fev tntional Convention, Sliject to the l ,ction of the Denoclatic party. the - for Mrs. Minnic W alklup has succeed 113ad to getting away with her second cou< spouse in a mysterious manner, Will pric she be as lucky in getting out of this to I as she was in the first? fart Gov. Foster has appointed W. S. Frazier to the office of Sheriff of St. grea Landry parish, caused by the death of 1 of H. I. Deshotels. The first good les act of Mr. Frazier, was to clean out the the whole office force of pops. and mal put in-straight Democrats. oth seel The same old factional fight is on of *in Caddo parish, and each wing of oth the Democratic party h...

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. — 27 November 1897

THE BAN ER-DE'2 CRAT. I Saturday, ov-c:l. cr 27. .S "i. P- .. . . . .. l; Cffice at Canmpl'il & (hazre T loT t Store on I.e'vee str eet. stcr had Local and Parish News. DR. C. RAY MITCHELL, ion D~oe1tisat, I)elony Oflice, next to )totoflce Powell's winter stock is ill. Lev)'s cipeO sale still I ontiiues. Services at the Chu:rchcs t-omror,' '. Itl; ''The low price of cotton i· all the I iml talk. Your subscriliuon is now due to thin paper. in The man who advertises ih t',!i manm to deal with. thc Tom Powell hlts a pretty stok of o goods just In. Ili White is displaying a great many \co dress patterns. Wood is the scarest thing in town bo, just about now. Iw Lake Providence wants the railroad, Pan and must have it. Be A cool wind out from the north of Tuesday morning. fas There are now plenty of stock in town to select front. Marshal Peck made one or two i" arrests Saturday night. wil We saw eight drumrnmers in one Ais drove on Tuesday morning. ori Judge F. F. Montgomery returned...

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. — 27 November 1897

nThis a synonym for that oomfyh f condition of the mind which has its origin in dyspepsia. All the ugly spirits that, under h the name of thie p ,lues" ble devils," '"megrims" and "mnuhiigru i' torments the dyspeptic almost eesseletSIL vanish when . attacked with lostettier'Slc thmah Bitters, ta that. moreover, annihilatej biliousnsa con stipation, chills aud feverkidney complints pi and nervousness. G . A high school should not he too high for is poor children. For Whooping Cough,. Piso's Cure Is a suc cessful remed., M. ). DI1ATErc 67Throo Ave., t Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 14. 1894. If men could run away from the toothache, a1 they would probably do it. A Beatlfl Bloetchy Face. ti Right off you say,"Impossible!" And so it is. tl 'letter. Eczema, Ringworm or any other scaly, ugly skin disease makes the handsomest face b hideous. "Tetterine" will cure them. It's the a only cure- certtn.safe. sure. 50 cents at drug- t gists, or by miil forprice in stamps. J.T. Shuptrine, Savannah. Ga. ...

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 December 1897

VOL. X, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1897.NO2. THE SILENT MARCH. a When the march begins in the morning And the heart and the foot are light, When the flags are all a-flutter And the world is gay and bright, When the bugles lead the column And the drums are proud in the van, t's shoulder to shoulder, forward, march! h Ah! let him lag who can! For it's easy to march to music With your comrades all In line, 0 Lad you don't get tired, you feel Inspired, And life is a draught divine. When the march drags on at evening 9 And the color-bearer's gone. When the merry strains are silent t That piped so bravo In the dawn, f When you miss the dear old fellows Who started out with you, Whon It's stubborn and sturdy, forward, C march! Though the ragged lines are few, then it's hard to march in silence, And the roal-has lonesome grown, t &ud life is a bitter cup to drink; But the soldier must not moan. And this Is the task before us, A task we may never shi...

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 December 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. LA, 6 | .... ]_----- FUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT in th LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. Democ -ard tc JAMES N. TURNER, place, Fublisher and Proprietort. quick I that co 4UB8CRIPTION : $200 PER YEAR. prise i lar cii Saturday, December 4, 1897. Mayor I doubt parish Parkburst, the great New York re- the sei form fraud, has just returned from l)emo( Europe "bhears broken" over the The victory of Tammany. tfr The caving of the river bank at lion w Algiers, opposite the city of New rp Orleans, has destroyed tboesands of desire dollars worth of property. The new with levee which will have to be built, will capita throw out several streets. In fo IIerwigg hans returned to New Or- ten ye leans, after remaining in Washing- of We ton several months waiting for that Levee Pkng looked-for office. tlerwigg and Carro Demas are at dagger points, and ini E there will be hot times in old town maisrl from now on. sn (1 S-- - radvatr Messrs. J. A. and D. J. Landry, On of Lake Charles, La., who...

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 December 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, ,.-- J Saturday, December 4, 1897. P. S. STRICKER, MD., Practicing Physician, bOfce at Campbell & Chase Drun Store on Levee street. Local and Parish News. D8. C. RAY MITCHELL, IDentist, Delony Oece, next to Postoice. g"When in need of something nice go to Maguire & Schneider. Democrats, register. Services at the churches to-morrow, Oysters at the Gardham restaurant, Trade in town on Monday was good. Guenard's Christmas display is on show. Last Sunday was a rainy, disagree. able day. Clover brand shoes are sold with a guarantee. The registrar of voters has a notice in another column. Mr. JoLn Montgomery is the latest to have a new bicycle. Dr. Mitchell, our dentist, is getting all the work that he can do. Several arrests were made by the marshals on Saturday night. Tell your friends about the Xmas goods at Guenard's drug store. There will be bales and bales of cot ton that will be left in the field. The trade rushes to White's, the cheap cash store of Pro...

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 December 1897

IDn raell and Oladstone. I In a recently published book Reginald Brett of England says that Queen Vie toria once impatiently remarked: "I HEAC am no longer Queen. Mr. Gladstone is SO King." The Grand Old Man always had an air of aloofness about him, even the when he was in the presence of royal- J o ty. Beaconsfield, on the other hand, den was talways welcome at Windsor. The AI Queen didn't like him at first, it Is true, Fr but he gra,ually won her over. Howl the "In trifles Disraeli never forgot the sea dowl of the sovereign. In great affairs he of a never appeared to remember it" , year Almost Inside Out. Yet The stomach that is not turned thus ly a Ray shaking u) on the "briny wave" must be a (ron well fortified one. The gastric apparatus can the be rendered prodf against sea sickness with hea that stomachic so popular among travelerslhy sean and land - llost tter's Sttmach hitters. It inta. defends the systemr against malaria and rheu- pres matlm. awnl ubdul liver complaint, co...

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 December 1897

ed Vbe LNAnnerU n * d. VOL. X, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1897. NO. 26. THE JOURNEY. I think of death as some delightful journey That I shall take when all my tasks are done, Though life has given me a heaping meas ure Of all best gifts and many a eup of pleasure, Still better things await me further on. This little earth Is such a merry planet, The distances beyond it so supreme, I have no doubt that all the mighty spaces Between us and the stars are filled with faces More beautiful than any artist's dream. I like to think that I shall yet behold them, When from this waiting room my soul has soared. Earth is a wayside station, where we wan der, Until from out the silent darkness yonder Death swings his lantern and cries, "All aboard!" I think death's train sweeps through the solar system And passes suns and moons that dwarf our own, And close beside us we shall find our dearest, The spirit friends on earth we held the nearest, And in the shini...

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 December 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. JAMES N. TuR;NE.. Pubitshcr and Proprietor. QUBSI('IIll'TION: '00 PER YEAH. Saturday, December 11, 1897. The Populist and Republicans have combined. Thiz combination makes a pretty kettle of fish. New Orleans sent a batch of fitly convicts up to Baton Rouge on Sat urday last. 'I his was an extra large shipment. -r-- w- - Congress convened on Monday last. Will McKinley be strong enough to keep back the unanimous sentiment in favor of recognizing the belligerency of Cuba' President A. D. Lane, of the American Cotton Growers' Protec tive Association, has called a con vention of cotton growers in Mem phis for December 20th. The Chicago Chronicle says that "it may be just as well to say as lit tle as possible about Southern lynch ing so long as women are being flog ged rearly to death by Ohio white caps." Last week a vessel started for the Klondyke country with nothing on board except billiard balls and whiskey for the...

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 December 1897

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. Saturday, D)eccuber 11, :897. P. S. STRICKEH, MD., Frecticin9 Fhysiicall Office at Campbell & Chaze Drug Store on Levee street.' Local and Parish News. DR. C. RAY MITCHELL, erontist, Delony Office, next to Postoffice. 1 'Maguire & Schneider have a line of FANCY CAKES and CAND IES that far surpass any in town. December 11, 1897. Duck bunting is good. Sleet on Saturday morning last. More merchants should advertise. Monday business in town was good. Big dolls and Iittle dolls at Levy's. Have a meeting of Providence Fire Co. Services at the Churches to-mor row. The year 1897 is fats drawing to a close. The entire week has been busy at White's. The drummers have been plentiful this week. The lake rose considerably from the heavy rain. Services at the Methodist Church this morning. "Potato" Brown keeps on hand Balti more oysters. A few more days and Christmas will be with us. Sleet, cold and disagreeable at the end of last week. Business on Saturday last was k...

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 December 1897

Left Destitue! Not of worldly goods but of all earthly com fort, is the poor wretch tocrmented by malaria. The fell scourge is. however n v,,rn of Bit thong in advance by iIostetter's itoin(ch Bit tore, its only sure preventative and remedy. l)ypepala, hiiournes. constlpati,,n, rheuma tiPm, nervouF- s andi kidney complaints are also smnong the Iodily ldic-tiui:s which this beneficent medicine overcomes with cer tainty. Use it systematicaliy. Some people learn enough in six weeks' vel to bore others for a life time. . inslow'. S.outhing Symlp for children ngsoftens the gums,reducnrg i n fiamma tion,allays pain.cuires wind colic. 5c. a bottle. But few people burn thiir fingers heaping coals of fire on an enemy's head. ! Fits permanently cured. No Ste or nervous Dess after firstday's u'e (f D)r. Kline's Great Nerve RIestorer. 1$ trial hottle a ud treatise free Di). It. H. KLI., Ltd., 131 Arch St., Phila, Pa. The man who marries a wealthy grass wid ow makes hay while the sun shines....

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