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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 22 January 1898

- . - . .. . . , , .' -. *- - - -~ --.. r..- .  . " . ' ."-" . -77 VOL. X, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLLP , ., SATURDAY, JANUARYP 2, 1898. " NO. 32. FOREVER AND A D•v. r,. ,. ... FOREVER AND A DAY. I little know or care - It's little that I mind If the blackbird on the bough How the blossoms, pink or white, Is filling all the air At every touch of wind With his soft crescendo now; Fall a-trembling with delight; For she is gone away, For in the leafy lane, And when she went she took Beneath the garden boughs, The springtime in her look, And through the silent house The peachblow on her cheek, One thing alone I seek. The laughter from the brook, Until she comes again The blue from out the May- The May is not the May, And what she calls a week And what she calls a week Is forever and a dayl Is forever and a dayl -Thomas Bailey Aldrich, in Atlantic Monthly. So 0 0 0 0 0 " 0 e a THE GHOSTLY SINGER. ° By ALICE E. IVES. 0 OI1COI! OOOMuE' O0 J OO OO HE Rev. Bronson Masters ob jected to M...

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. — 22 January 1898

THE BANNER-OEMOCRAT, T The P'UBLHED EVERY SATURD'AT AT from i LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. refutes racy o JAMES N. TURNEIr negro pnublisher and proprietor. and it ---- - - vote, tUBSCRIPTION: $200 PER YEAR. Demo, Saturday, January 22, 1828. J"us 1896 t more The last knock-out cleans up the fact, Pops, as far as Louisiana is con discre cerned. Lnegro The constitutional convention will and ti meet in Sew Orleans on February the lural 8th, and remain in session 60 days. Of cl Stemships leaving New Orleans Dute on Friday last had on board 90,375 facts bales of cotton and 541,011 bushels officia of wheat. the 1 doubt U Oonby should suddenly shuffle autho off this mortal coil, would it be said liaran that it was from the effects of last their Tuesday's pill. very party It was a victory for Hanna, but To o1 how humiliating it must be to Mc- it mi Kinley and the g. o. p. to think that coast it had to be done by purchased cand votes. same ---- demc There will be very little harmony To o in the Repub...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 22 January 1898

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. , Saturday, January 22, 1898. P. S. STRICKER, MD., Practicing Physician, Office at Campbell & Chaze Drug Store on Levee street. Local and Parish News. DR. C. RAY MITCHELL, oDen tit, Delony Office, next to Postoffce. Now for the railroad. Read the court proceedings. ow is the time to fix your gardens. Services at the Churches to-morrow. Beautiful, bright and clear on Mon day. A bauk is what is needed in our town. It is an Impossibility to do any levee work. Carrying pistols is the curse of this country. The town has been short on drum mers of late. January,. the first mouth in 1898, is almost gone. There was only one lone bird for the penitentiary. Charley Whittington is taking in more ground. The railroad will give us a bustling, progressive town. There is now very deep water along the front of town. Charley Whittington may fence in the world-in time. Walter Pittman's store looks nice with the now lights. The road to the landings continue in a fearful condit...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 22 January 1898

Mlsery by the Wholee l Is what chronio Inactivity of the liver gives rise to. Bile gets into the blood and impart a yellow tint the tongue fouls, and so does the breath, rvousk esadacheain beneath the righi ribs and shoulder blade are felt, the bowels become wonstip ted and the sing tomach di prdered. The proven remedy fr this cat ono evils is, losLtetterus ~om chG. i ittr meedielne long and prtesionalle recommend ed, and sovereign also for chill antd iever, nervousness and rheumatism. A m awho can't sing and will sing ough to be m Duzzled ' nEss , GA. .HavIng obtained a box of. TrTTEdon of FWnnter& Wright, of Loiuesville, Ga. which I ased on a case of itching piles of five years' itandln. pI spent $el for different kinds of remedies anr the sill of doctors, all for no ngood.untl Igot the TbTtEtRnle am now well. Accept thanksN L .1 Wrc, . Ilt Ks. Biy mal for 0c. in stomps by J T. sharp trine. Savannah, GOa. Thehog may he a squealer but he never gives anything away. Sr ow'A s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 29 January 1898

VOL. X. TAK;E PROVIi)ENCE. EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1898. NO. 3. I CO UP INTO THE SUNSHINE. br D well who will in the valley below, kei I go up into the sunshine! the Free and warm and glad is its play, crs Light and life are in every ray, Burning to brighter and brighter day. Let who will in the valley stay, I go up into the sunshinet! a Mists are down in the valley below. Shadow aundcloud wave to and fro. 1111 The rivers go creeping, sluggish and slow. im The very winds have forgotten to blow. m, Dwell who will in the valley below, lo, I go up into the sunshinel - mi Down in the valley tread listless feet, se The pulses move with a measured beat, The senses are steeped with a calm unmeet, The soul is lulled with an opiate sweet. m Let who will in the valley retreat, p; I go up into the sunshinel bE On the golden summit the morning sings, pE Like a glad bird pluming his radiant m wings, nf The torrents flash like living things. Sparkling and foaming, the riv...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 29 January 1898

~a·r·- I_.---__ _ ----C THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE I'ROVIDENCE. LA. ]_ -: . . . . JAMEIS N. TU'RNEP. Publ!sher and Pr';prirtor. L I 1'- S : t2'T . YPA., *-----******** * Satur !ay, J.uuuary :i, 1, 8. A big canal is goinR to be built naar Lake Charles that will be sixty feet wide and three miles long, and will irrigate 3000 acres of rice laud. There is a silver fight on in the Senate and Mr. Teller intends to make some Democrats who are weak kneed, show their hand if his resolu tion ever comes to a vote. Messrs. C. L. Rousdell and C. M. Kilpatrick of Alexandria, purchased a piece of property on the business street of that city the other day, that cost them $90 per front foot. Alex andria surely must be on the boom. The beginning of the end seems to be in sight for the poor down-trod den Cubians. McKinley and his ad ministration have been forced to send the battle ship Maine to Havana, and iomething may turn up. A tornado struck St. Louis on Tuesday, and ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 29 January 1898

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. Plui Saturday, January 29, 1898. Fve ther P. S. STRICKER, MID., ffe FracticingI Physician, Omce at Campbell & Chaze Drug Store on Levee street. Local and Parish News. and _ _ -----_ _ -- - his DR. C. RAY MITCHELL, he Dezntist Delony Ofce, next to l'otoMice. coo J. R. RANSDELL, W. I. MONTGOMERY, F. X. BANSDELL. Notary Public tilT and fur - Insurance Agent. mu Ransdell&Ransdell tee Attorneoy at Law IT wi AND- col exi Real Estate Agutse, " Lake Providence, La. Pu bu up Ian WILL PRACTICE IN TIIE COURTS OF a EAST CARROLL, WEST CARROLL AND) OU MADISON PARISHES, AND THE STATE SUPRF.JIE COURT. -___ - i-- Extend.the corporate limits. I The latest patterns at Levy's' t Iron beds, chenp at Pittman's. 1Si Ilere's to youg'i..g~\Mcr Rouge. 1a Services at the Churches to-morrow. The river is beginning to attract at tentiou. lc: About four more street lamps would at be enough. rc Jno. W. Cooki left for Ncew Orleana in on Monday. is Call at Max Lovy's and get the latest ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 29 January 1898

Ituan Batbs. ytery Roman in early days had the me of the publle baths on payment of about half a farthing. These were not H such structures as we call public baths, but superb bulidings lined with Egyp Use granite and Nubian marble. Warm water was poured into the capacious B basins through wide mouths of bright sad massive silver. The most mag -ilaeat baths were those of Caracalla, which had seats of marble for more than sixteen hundred people, and those at of Diocletian, which had seats for three vi thousand people. - Repetatleos Made In a Day Are precious scarce. Time tries the worth of a man or medicine. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is a forty-five years' growth, and like d those hardy lichens that garnish the crevices it of Alaska's rocks, it flourishes perennially, t and its reputation has as firm a base as the ocks themselves. rNo medicine is more high- ) y regardled as a remedy for fever and ague, ilious remittent, constipation liver and kid ney disorders. nervousness and rheu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 5 February 1898

A4flfltl 0%T3Z Ubwstl VOL. X, LKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1898. VO.L. X, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLIL P.)?SI, LA,., S/ URDA.4., FEB]U:., 5, I898. NO.: 3. THE KLONDIKE. I. Wtrapped in a robe of everlasting snow, Where icy blasts eternal revel hold, Whore gaunt pines shiver In the piercing cold, Where mellow summer noontides never glow, And sleety crags no spring-time eves know The, like a miser, in his freezing fold, The Arctic King has gathered heapsof gol To lead deluded wanderers unto woe. 1o in his radiant diamond palace there, Amid white splendors of his thousan< thrones, Where keen auroras glitter, blaze,and glare And like a Wandering Jew the wild winn moans; Be smiles at wretches in their last despair Who dig for gold among their comrades bones. II. About my home I see the spring-tim, bloom, The sheaves of summer or the autumi fruit; To make me glad, the robin lends its lute The lilies blossom, lilacs breathe perfume The red l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 5 February 1898

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, PUBLIBSHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. JAMES N. TURNER, Publisher and Proprietor. QUBSCRIIPT1ON: $200 PER YEAR. Saturday, February 5, 1808. Russia will soon send a force of ten thousand soldiers to the far east. Most all of the big paper mills of the country have gone into a huge trust, with a capital of $45,000,000. The London Times predicts the defeat of the monometallists at the next election and the triumph of silyer. Another foul murder in bloody Tangipahoa. A highly respected 1 farmer was shot down on his gallery I in cold blood, by an unknown assas- 1 sin, with a gun loaded with buckshot. A terrible state of affairs. The Senate Committee on quaran tine advocates the passage of the Caffery measure, which makes the quarantine regulations of the United States supreme, having precedence over state or municipal laws, rules or regulations. The new board of Health of New Orleans, has been organized with Dr. Edmond Sourchon president, Dr. L. F. Reynand...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 5 February 1898

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT, Saturday, February 5, 1898. ev gr -- - ---- -____ - tit P. S. STRICKER, MD., th Practicing Physician, ch Office at Campbelh & Chaze Drug Store on Levee street. Local and Parish News. tr --- di DR. C. RAY MITCHELL, at nDentiet re Delony Office, next to Postomce. O bi J. E. RANsDELL, W. WH. MONTGOMERY, F. X. RANSDELL. Notary Public o -- and - Insurance Agent. C Ransdell&Ransdell i .&ttorneys at Law -A ND Real Estate Agents, sl ti Lake Providence, La. d b WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF 8 EAST CARROLL, WEST CARROLL AND e MADISON PARISHES, AND TIIE STATE SUPREME COURT. o Go to lill's for your shoes. Lots of cotton in the fields yet. 1 Fousse is no millionaire, but he has s "the tin." b Dr. Mitchell does first class dental v work. Call on himn. d Mr. F. II. G. Taylor is Improving. li we are glad to state. The school report came in too late; will appear next issue. I James Beard, Jr, made a flying trip home the latter part of last week. We want a bakery. Th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 5 February 1898

The ursuit of Hapspmems. Whoa the Declaration of Independence as tWrted man's right to this, it enunciated an aimmortl truth. The billous sufferer is on the roi to happiines when he begins to take Hoetetter's Stomach Bitters, the most effi oactous regulator of the liver In existence. ually reliable is it in chills and fever, con ation, dyspepsia, rheumatism, kidney trouble and nervousness. Use it regularly, and not at odd Intervals. No good comes of blaming others for our misfortunes. Care Corms With Phys!e. Might as well try that as to attempt the cure of Tetter, Eczems Rlin wormn and other cutas sons affections with blood medicine. Tetterine th e only absolutely safe and certain remedy Sit cure is sure. It's an ointment. 50cent4 at druggists or by mail for 50c. in stamps from 7. T. Shuptrine, Savannah, Ga. The world that the bird flies over is not the same that the snail crawls on. There Is more Catarrh in this s,rtion of the country than all other diseases put together, and until...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 12 February 1898

-- B I -I VOL. X, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1898.- NO. 35 CRUEL' hae stet boar T -IE _RAVE The Secret of Dunraven old Castle. .. ' no" of the Y3 ANNIE ASHMORE, l Cast le d cur now Author of "Faithful Margaret." Eto., Eto B aga he. CITAPTEE I. and BLsAT-aPA-RECKEY. lnhl All day long the blasthad scourged the shil northern seas into a maelstrom of boll- dou ing surf: the h avens were eclipsed by cast leaden clouds which trailed their ragged T skirts along the surface of the waters; lightnings streamed from the rent skies whi like fire through an open door; thunders rol erd-it was a wi d day, that! Set in the midst of this elemental of c frenzy a rock-bound is:et good, black the and steadfast; its basaltic c;lffs were er. crownol by an ancient square embat- ene Nled tows r. A fag streamed from its oem turrets, thec broad rose window of its chapel glimmered amid the wild wrack of ra the storm. The breakers roared around the foot I'll of the is:o-...

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 February 1898

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT LAKE PROVIDENIE. LA. JAMES N. TURNERn , publisher and Proprietor. QUBS('RIPTION: $200 PER Y'EAR. Saturday, Febrinry 12, 1898. The Times Democrnt says that it cost New Orleans $11,107 to hold the late election in that city. Leutgert, the Chicago wife mur derer, has been convicted, and his sentence is for life. No more sau sage for Leutgert. I)e Lome, the Spanish Minister at Washington, has raised a rumpus by his late letter, and it may be the cause of a crisis with Spain. Let the crisis come. On Monday in New York cotton took a turn for the better and there was an advance of 5 to 10 points. The total sales for that day were 102,500 bales. The spot market in the South was also firmer. The secon d(lay's session of the constitutional convention, "adopted the preliminary report on rules, pro vidiug for a coummiittee on suffrage and a committee on judiciary, and that the suffrage question be first considered."'' Baton Rouge must be in bad s...

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 February 1898

THE BANNER-UEMOCRAT. Saturday, February 12, '898. P. S. STRICKER, MD., Practicing Physician, Office at Campbell &. Chaze Drug Store on Levee street. Local and Parish News. DR. C. RAY MITCHELL, 3ezitistt Delony Office, next to -Postomce. J. E. RANSDIELL, W. H. M6NTOMERY, F. X. RANBbELL. Notary Public and -- Insurance Agent. Ransdell&Ransdell Attorneys at Law ---A ti n Real Estate Agents, Lake Providence, La. WILL PRACTICE IN TIlE COURTS OF EAST CARROLL, WEST CARROLL AND MADISON PARISHIES, AND TIIHE STATE SUPREME COURT. SiWA fresh supply of Buckwheat Flour, Self Rising Buckwheat, Heck er's Rolled Oats, Imported Spagetta, Macaroni and Vermlcella at Maguire & Schneider's. Bazar patterns at Levy's. Call. Gentle Annie, spring is near by. A brisk trade in town on Monday. Attend divine worship to-morrow. Call and see our new line of station ery. Nice and pleasant for a few days this week. Real estate will soon be on the boom In Providence. The cotton stalks will soon com mence t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 12 February 1898

New York' Slurms DarpperiWng. Paradise Alley and Bone Alley, on Cherry hill, near Franklin Square, are no more, says Harper's Weekly. The tenements that bordered them are de molished, and their porulation has has found shelter elsewhere. Both alleys were crowded and profitable, but their manners and reputation sunk, and their death rate rose until the Board of Health condemned them to destruction, and after a fight in the courts with owners who were not ashamed to fatten on slum property, the sentence of the board has been car. ried out. On the site of Bone Alley will be opened a new park-Willett Park-,-where Cherry Hill may find a breathing place. What will s'ecceed the tenements of Paradise Alley is not yet determined, but it will be either a warehouse or a play ground for school ,h I lln. * The Last Man oa Earth To recklessly experiment upon himself with hope of reliefes the dyspeptic. Yet the nos. trums for this malady are as the sands of the and, prumbly, about as efficaciouas....

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 19 February 1898

VOL. X, LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SATURDAY,. FEBRUARY 19, 1898. NO. 38. 'CRUEL - AS  THE GRAVE1 oa The Secret of Dunraven Castle. BY ANNIE ASHMORE, Author of "aithful Margaret," Etc., Eto IAPTER II.-(Continued.) Edgar's heart beat faster as he recalled the vision of the beautiful girl, with her Inspired face, and her dauntless glance that swept the ravening waves, disput Ing with them for their prey. "I could describe her for you-every flowing curve," said he, his tones vibrat ing with feel ng, while he raised him. elf to his elbow In his enthusiasm. She is dark and richly beautiful, like an Assyrian; her hair ripples In blueblack waves above her proud, innocent brow; she is as merciful as she is brave; the people worship her for her tender gool ness, and t he is just what a sa a princess ought to be." A slight stir and a sound like a stifled breath attracted their eyes to a tall fig ure which stood just without the circle of candle-llght. Lady Dunraven started v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 19 February 1898

THE BANNER-DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Al LAKE PROVIDENCE. LA. JAMES N. TURNER. Publisher and Proprietor. qUBSCRtPT1ON: $200 PER YEAR. Saturday, February 19, 1898. Senor Dupuy de Lone in his great letter that created such a sensation, called President McKinley "a cheap politician," which sized up the Hanna man from Canton like the paper on the wall. King Humbert of Italy carries the heaviest insurance of any other man in the world. The amount of insur ance on his life is $7,000,000. Czar Alexander III carries $5,000,000 and the Prince of Whales $3,500,000. Congressman Richardson of Ten nessee, during a debate in the House the other day on the prosperity of the Dingley bill, remarked that the only tivo things that were alike to him was the Cleveland panic and the McKin ley boom. Mississippi will be blessed with elections this year, next year and the year after. This year for Congress man, the next year for Governor and in 1900 for President and Congress. men. This is enough of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 19 February 1898

THE BAM HER-DEMOCRAT. Thi tens 1 puIm Saturday, February 19, 1898. lam * era at P. S. STRICKER, MD., and r Practicing Physician, eye Office at Campbell & Chaze Drug Tb Store on Levee street. has a as Cl Local and Parish News. labol ship DR. C. RAY MITCHELL, buck Deat1t dint Delony Office, next to Postoffce. M Rou, J. E. RANSDELL, W. H. MONTGOMERY, Way F. X. RANSDELL. Notary Public will and -- - Insurance Agent. We and Ransdell&Ransdell in of h Attorneys at Lawi Ben will - A N D---- wir mer R.eal 'Estate Aguent, we, tion Lake Providence, La. V just dan Ing. WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURne OF the EAST CARROLL, WEST CARROLL AND mei MADISON PARISHES, AND THE STATE it it SUPREME COURT. use SPECIAL NOTICE. Ne No communication will be inserted his in the Banner-Democrat of a personal ret nature, whether signed or not. We are anxious to receive communications that will benefit our people. town or the parish; but personal communications ing will not be inserted under any circum- to stan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 19 February 1898

Whaltag Fleet In DIager. MA It is predicted that the vessels of the whal ing fleet, most of whose underwriters are in Old M San Francisco, have been caught in the ice D and some may not last through the siege. Danger also t rts e who neglect wha Thel are called "trifling" ailmunts. or they mIay Gap, not last through the crisis. Reso rt to.iite - ter's Stomach Bitters at bonce for oui.iet lid rheumatism malaria, cntipatio nerous- hih eles and kidney cumplaint. bread The silver moonlight has power to make ite a, porme weak people think they can write The soetry. tamot How's This ?ide. We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward tot old-fa an case of Catarrh that cannot be cured b d Hall's Catarrh Cure. nd F. J. Czars. & Co., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Che water ney for the last 15 years and believe himper tentlo fectlyhonorable in all businesr s transectioan and financially able to carry out any obliga- eO lion oade by their firm. by Jo WA & TRl, WVholesale Dr0g...

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