ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Chipley Banner, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,927 items from Chipley Banner, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,927 results
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 6 November 1897

T it THE i 1lldHIPLEY BANNER 0 VOLUME V CHIPLEY WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 6 1897 NUMBER 21 t I BEROFDEATHSINCREASE UE RECORD JIEING BROKEN IN NEW ORLEANS SITUATION AT OTHER PLACES Quarantine Regulations Being Pot Bto Effect rromlscijouilyTralD Service Curtailed New ties Oases Deaths j Orleans C7 11 file 7 1 tgomery 4 1 jiphis 8 2 Innati 1 0 end 1 0 ands 1 0 Yuma 1 0 St Louis G 2 bn Rouge 1 0 Ixi 14 1 nton 12 0 Mile Miss 2 0 agoula 1 0 tale 111 18 to numbers Monday was the t day yet of the fever situation at Orleans As early as 7 oclock e evening the score at the board ed a totality of fiftytwo cases there had then been deaths to the ber of eleven Heretofore tho est number of deaths in a single had been nine nfortunately there seems to be con ment of cases in the city fatalities r because medical attention is not ed in and the masses for the time g in arovolutionarymood because ho enforcement of the system of se quarantine are resorting to y means in their power to ...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 6 November 1897

Ir r I se J f + a t Q I I s The OnIon VIrtue Oatou are really sweeteners the o breath otter the local effects bare ymtil away says one learned doctor They oerrect stomach disorders and hl carry off the accumulated poisons of + 1 tilt iritenu They provide a blood purlflir that all may freely use As a vermifuge the onion cannot be sur 4 paNed and eaten raw will often chock a Tiolint cold In the head One small t onion eaten every night before retiring ii thin we11 known doctors preacrlp tlon for numerous affections the j t head and It highly recommended for sleeplessness It acts on the nerves In a soothing way without the Injuri ous effects of the drugs often applied I h The heart of the onion heated and placed in the ear will often relieve the 1 agony of earache while the syrup pro I j duced from sprinkling a sliced onion I I with sugar and baked In the oven Is Bald to work wonders for croup St Wake Up Yes wake up to the danger which threatens yon If your kidneys and bladder aro Inact...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 13 November 1897

4 + b ti r trY i > n a y r ar 0gi7 t 11 F Jill CHIPLEY BANNERL VOLUME V L CHIPLEY WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18 189T NUMBER 22 CGS PROCLAMATION 3R S SUCCESSOR STARTS OUT N WARLIKE ATTITUDE OMISE GIVEN OF AUTONOMY If reclamation Ilai Produced Un favorable Effect Upon Rebel lion Sympathizer ocial from Havana soys Marshal > has issued the following proc m to the inhabitants of Cuba m again among you with good d a sincere desire to serve the 1 welfare and to establish a last ice I shall follow a broad pol y endeavor to restore fraterni ng all of Cubas inhabitants m sincere in my intention to rate a new government policy eot of which will be to secure serve peace ope you will all salute and em the Spanish flag throwing aside y prejudices and discarding at with those who are staining the with blood menoy awaits all who observes it KB but however regrettable L I shall rigorously fight those stinately or ungratefully con i carry on war following proclamation has been ...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 13 November 1897

4 1ri J ii s THE BANNER µ PXlBLtSHKD EVERY SATURDAY M I IOB8CBIPTION al PKB ANNUM INVAKIBLV IN JLDVANCE t i ENTERED AVT0B POST OFFICE AT CHIP 11 tl LET FLA AI SECOND CLAB8 MAIT MATTER I 1 + T 0 JoNEs EDITOR l1 II ADXKUTIS1NO RATES OX A1TUOATION I Ohlpley Fin Nov 13th 807 It Tho Itoldvouso man cannot ex t pect us to bcllovo him Had he bellevod I himself liu could have made barrels of money t i Thoso counties In Florida that nro In i various ways advertising and bringing to f the attention of the non reeldent public their many advantages and resources are t filling Lip with capital and Industrious en 1 terprising citizens It was said long ago Tho critics are authors who have failed And In the States that could not keep out yellow fever i 1 ver there Is a loud denial that any State can Take a look at Florida gentlemen when you recover from your big panic i and your slight fever 3 After flickering for awhile the light of the Ocala News went out Saturday for r I ever Rev J C Porter propr...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 13 November 1897

r + i + V p f At S7 frr RtZaF r I T1 i 1 LARGE EOF EOFBESS GOODS = NOTIONS HES and GENTS NDERWEAR Fancy Shirts L LINE OF LOTHING AND rnts Mackintoshs IX FA < JT A COMPLETE SOCK ALL OF WHICH IS OFFERED AT EX TREMELY LOW PRIC ES FOR OTCASH i i HUi LEY IJOIlIl a C HORNE Makes a Specialty of x irditiareJTanieKa and > rt < l cllerl Fatiii tee nnd Burial Material PLEY WRI DA D CARMICHAEL Attorney Luw Collections a Specialty ihlpley Fill Y Tonsorial Parlor eo Thomas Propr My prices are E 10 cents I CUT 20 canto E AND HAIRCUT 25 cents trot 10 cents Country trade solicited also First Cluss Work Hone J JO E ATTOBNE VATLAW J1I HLEY FLA CO de Leon House 110 East Inteiidentla St ncohi Florida lUST CIA S HOARDING AT REASONABLE RATES entrally located AI CIJUrTnR8 n mi jl MUSIC HOUSE st Line und Lowest Prices In the SOUTH The lender In Low Price on and High Grade Pianos and 8 Among nut other pinnns ith Barnes Pianos n naturactlon for HIM lean men rice low had terms tnsy Kimball Organs 5500...

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

r I TrRw7 T I I H WAS HIS FORTUNE I Y f grout Steamboat Captain Jollity Made Him Famous Ever hear of a man who made a r fortune out of his laugh said a guest of tho St Charles as he looked ovor the register I have heard of girls whose faces were their fortunes but I knew 1 a man whose laugh was positively his fortune That nameSam B Adams on the register there reminds me of a man who made a fortune out of his laugh His name was John D Adams and he was the father of Sam the l gentleman registered there John D N Adams was a typical steamboatman of c Arkansas and addition to his steam 1 II I boatlpg was planter of extensive Ii Interests and was connected with I I other business enterprises He was the first man to run a steamboat up the v Arkansas River and his name In that j State today Is a synonyme for genial ity courage and business success lIe r was very successful and his friends used to attribute his success to ntn i wondrous laugh It was not boister ous yet loud and was so musica...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 13 November 1897

° l 4 r tI A r Ye i 1 11 r 1 TO CHIPLEY BANNER > r i < i VOLUME CHIPLEY WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18 1897 NUMBER 22 0S PROCLAMATION EHS SUCCESSOR STARTS OUT WARLIKE ATTITUDE MISS GIVEN OF AUTONOMY Proclamation Hat Produced Ua > roroble EffectUpon Rebel Uon Sympathizer cial from Havana says Marshal J has issued the following proo n to the inhabitants of Cuba again among you with good a sincere desire to serve the welfare and to establish a last ce I shall follow a broad pol y endeavor to restore fraterni g all of Cubas inhabitants sincere in my intention to ate a new government policy ct of which will be to secure serve peace bpe you will all salute and em pe Spanish flag throwing aside prejudices and discarding al with those who are staining the with blood ency awaits all who observe s but however regrettable it I shall rigorously fight those tinately or ungratefully con > carry on war allowing proclamation has been > y Marshal Blanco to the armed th...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 13 November 1897

ii 1 T I i jc L J HIS LAUGH WAS HIS FORTUNE An Arkansas Steamboat Captains Jollity Mad Him Famous I Ever hear of a man who made n i fortune out of his laugh 1 said a guest of the St Charles as he looked over the register I have heard of girls whose faces were their fortunes but I knew ft a man whose laugh was positively his 7 Krtune That nameSam D Adams on the register there reminds me of a man who made a fortune out ot his laugh His name was John D Adams and ho was the father of Sam the Gentleman registered there John D of Adams was a typical steamboatman S Arkansas end addition to his steam boitlng was a planter of extensive Interests and was connected with k other business enterprises lie was the first man to run a steamboat up tbo S Arkansas River and his name in that 11 State today Is a synonyme for genial ity1 courage and business success He was very successful and his friends used to attribute his success to hlu l wondrous laugh It was not bolster OTIS yet loud and was BO mus...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 20 November 1897

t w t I r t TH E CfflPLEY BANNER f if + VOLUME V CHIP EY WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20 1897 NUMBER 28 OW JACK ON THEWANE ASE IS RAPIDLY DYING OUT S INFECTED DISTRICTS 3 ROUTED BY COLD WEATHER en and Railway True flic Resumes Normal Condition Once More Quarantine Lifted 12 oclock Tuesday only one new and two deaths from yellow fever reported from the New Orleans of health All interest iu tho has about died out The news S are paying but little attention confining themselves to simply fflcial bulletins all the infected points the same ition qf the disease is reported t is expeoted that the next cold will wipe out the pestilence en Tuesday was bleak and cold ects for a real cold spell are ex t in anticipation of which the ants throughout the city are ring for a rush of business B Montgomery board reports one case Tuesday in the suburbs in the city and no deaths Total to date 129 deaths 12 t complete record for Tuesday s follows NEW OASES DEATHS Orleans 1 2 Be 7 2 gomery...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 20 November 1897

If r r r k 1 s d 1 tt I I I r k THE BANNER + PUBLISHED EVERY BATORDAY i ICBBCimON 1 PKJl ANNIJU IHVAlllBLl I 14 < IN ADVANCE I BHTXBED At THE POST OFFICE AT CHI t LKT FLA A8 SECOND CLASS HAIL J t MATTIB 3i i T o JOMICS EDITOR I 0 > I ADVEVmiNO HATES OX APPLICATION 1 = r Glitpley Fin Nov 20th 1807 iJ Thoro Is no better time for tho State to lay advantages before tho rest of the J > country and to bid for Immigration and capital than tho present f Florida Life Is again on our table after n a short suspension It Is brimful of good reading with a complete new dress and Is Il I I i f r very Interesting Wo wish It a long pew If i life r S r Oliver Wendell Holme says the human t raco Is divided Into two classes Those who go ahead And something and those I I who sit down and Inquire why It wasnt J dono the other way Governor Taylor of Tennessee made a y speech In Texas a few days ago In which i y ho said Texas Is tho biggest waffle on t tho griddle of North America It Is sweet cued...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 20 November 1897

s c q ir attention is calls d o my fine stock of fiBSSS fiOBS II and eXlmll tai tit I a IE AND GENTS INDERWEAR jkB ft look utourFANtY AXD llTE BSS S k irt80 CCac b talks now and the price of cotton should not lily the high pnce of goods OCK BOTTOM ICES Has always been our motto We also keep u full Stock or ROCERIES E NDEKIJE lllLEY FLORIDA it R C HORNE Mnkeo a Specialty of Hardware Harness and ad illcrj Furui tie and Burial Material IlIPLEY FLORIDA D CARMICHAEL L t Attornoy Law Collections a Specially Chfpley Fin ltf lonsorial Parlor Lee Thomas Propr My prices are LAVE 10 cents IR CUT 20 cents USE AND HAIR OUT 25 cents 1AMPOO 10 cents HcvCountry trade solicited alsoS1 uly First Oluss Work Done J J ONES ATTOKNEYATLAW OUIPLEY FLA L I J once de Leon House I 110 East ntendentlaSJt cnsacnla Florida FIRST CLASS HOARDING AT REASONABLE RATES Centrally located ii 1111 CLUrTURS MUSIC HOUSE argest Line HUll Lowest Prices In the SOUTH TbelpldcrD Low Price < > a tuOularrl High Grade Pianos...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 20 November 1897

p wr r t e r 101 MDEEMINC OLD BILLS iurfenoy Sent to the Treasury Sometimes lr In Bad Condition Speaking about tho fumigation of 61ti bills which Hrrlvo nt tho Treasury bepartment from tho New Orleans BubTreasury Assistant Treasurer t Moline said to a Star reporter today that this was absolutely necessary for M t r the protection of the clerks who han 6 dle this old currency These clerks said Major Memo f are constantly exposed to danger In the handling and counting of old cur rency Sometimes the smell of these r old bills is nauseating I dont re member however a case where any cleric has e per been attacked by a dls ease from the handling of this money It This may be due to tho fact that every t precaution taken Whenever money y baa come here from points Infected by contagious diseased It has always been J fumigated The clerks frequently wash their hands with disinfecting leaps and take other precautions I consider that they have been remark J ably fortunate There have been cases a...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 20 November 1897

tf 4t t rh th t w t + Jt VFHE CHIPLEY BANNER > > VOLUME V S5GHIPLEY WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20 1897 NUMBER 28 J HlOW JACK ON THE WANE USEASE IS RAPIDLY DYING OUT IS INFECTED DISTRICTS lEING ROUTED BY COLD WEATHER luilneu and Hallway Tracmc Iteiutuef Normal Condition Onco More Quarantine Lifted At 12 oclock Tuesday only one new use and two deaths from yellow fever ere reported from the New Orleans ioard of health All interest iu the ever has about died out The news ispers are paying but little attention 10 it confining themselves to simply he official bulletins In all the infected points the same munition of the disease is reported ud it is expected that the next cold spell will wipe Qut the pestilence en tIrely Tuesday was bleak and cold Prospects for a real cold spell are ex cellent in anticipation of which the merchants throughout tho city are preparing for a rush of business The Montgomery board reports one suburbs new case Tuesday in the Cone in the cit...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 20 November 1897

r yt r u v rM nom 7 i1 Can r fi e y 1 t t + rIll r Ill r 1 e I e rw REDEEMING OLD BILLS Jiimnoy Sent to the Treasury Sometimes ti In Bad Condition 4 Speaking about the fumigation of Bid1 bills which arrive at tho Treasury Department from the New Orleans r < BubTreasury Assistant Treasurer Mellne said to a Star reporter today that this was absolutely necessary for the protection of the clerks who han i dle this old currency Theso clerks said Major Mcllnc flare constantly exposed to dancer in the handling and counting of old cur rency Sometimes the smell of these old bills Is nauseating I dont ra m mber however a case where any clerk has ever been attacked by a dis ease from the handling of this money This may be due to the fact that every precaution Is taken Whenever money has come hero from points infected by contagious diseases It has always been fumigated Tho clerks frequently wash their hands with disinfecting soaps and take other precautions I 7 consider that they have been r...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 27 November 1897

r S 1 TH E CHIPLEY BANNER VOLUME V CHIPLEY WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 27 1897 NUMBER 24 w t BUILD BIG UNIVERSITY II JECT FOB FULFILLMENT OF OBOE WASHINGTONS WISH TER TAKING DEFINITE SHAPE Inent Women of America Are En lilted In the Movement and Will Carry It Through T Washington special says The oft ted question of establishing in ity of Washington a great nntional ereity on the lines suggested by ident Washington has nt last n moro definite form than in the and a number of representative and women have taken hold of project with a determination to it to a successful conclusion if ble They have started out in a icol manner by seeking to raise first 250000 necessary for the tion of an administration build to form the nucleus of the univer and hope to be able to lay tho er stone on February 22 1899 heir purpose in the interim is to e the matter continuously on the ntion of women all over the coun They intend likewise to interest thE school children in the work a first...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 27 November 1897

v hRfIHOIn7 ° jt tJr1s + J t I w J I r J I I t THE BANNER PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY ItJBBCRIPTION al PER ANNUM IKViBIDLY IN ADVANCE tKTEBED At TOE POST OFFICE AT CHIP LET FLA JIB SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTER T O JOlUt EDITOR ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION Ohlplcy Fin Nov 27th 1807 It Is said that Mary Ellen Leeso will lecturo the south this winter Lets moo north In trying to glvo autonomy to tho Cu c b f1s Spain finds herself In tho difficulty of the Irishman who could not catch tho flea to administer tho poison I > Newspapers arc absolutely necessary to tho advertiser who wants to educate f tho public Into the uses of his Roods No other method of advertising can do this ns thoroughly and effectively y I An Iowa woman wants n divorce be cause sho has murrlcd tho wrong man Now wo aro getting down to tho truth of tho matter and when they ask It be cause they want tho other fellow then i wo shall be neaJ tho mlllcnlura Tho officials charged with the duty of selecting a site for the new...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 27 November 1897

v > r ti v Your attention is called to my fine stock of I DRiB GGG > > R all and examine rm alttk < it LADIES AND GENTS UNDERWEAR Take a look ut our FANUY AND WHITE Dress kittS Cdb talks now and tye ow price of cotton should not ustify the fyigb price of goods ROOK BOTfOM lIOES HHS nlwuy been our motto Wo also keep a full stork of ROCERIES J I F4 I DILI JHULEY FLOHIUA fj R C HORNE Makes aSpeclnliy of Hardware Harticus and Srtrf tllclll Fungi ue and I Burial Material I1IPLEY FLORIDA ITl CA R1I tII AELe Li Attorney ill Law Collections SpeciAlty Ohlpley Fla ity Tonsorial Parlor Lee Thomas Propr i My prices ure HAVE lOeents t1lt CUT 20 cents HAVE AND HAIR ClTP 25 cents I1AMPOO 10 cents fACountry < trade solicited nlso1 1113 First Class Work Done J JONES ATTORNEYATLAW mil LEY FLA once Ie Leon House 110 East IntetidentlaiSt fensacoln Florida FIRST CLASS HOARDING > A T REASONABLE RATES Centrally located ii Mi CJ1UrT JR8 MUSIC HOUSE 1 rgest Line and Lowest Prices in the SO...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 27 November 1897

7 l v I Mian Spirit Carried Him Home XMront Lebanon N Y correipond ttrtof tht Hartford Times writes Oniarllle Sproat 79 years of ace Vrho had ben a member of the Shaker BooUtr at Mount Lebanon for over 20 at tho Trg died on the 3rd inst house of the Canaan family at 120 1 oclock p m He had a large circle of friends outside having been a promi I nent man as a schoolteacher magis i 4 trate and preacher He taught the first public school In Chicago Ho was I also for some twelve years a self sacrificing missionary among the wild t Indians of the West and was dearly b loved by them When dying while t t sitting In his chair the room was filled J with Indian spirits who had come to escort him home and welcome him to f their Happy Hunting Grounds beyond the sphere of their cruel friendsthe pale iac d enemy of their race He r understood several Indian dialects The Indians were devotedly attached to t him and were often with him They LI held communion together like Jesus with Moses and Ellas G...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 27 November 1897

e Sy r t i f M f VFHE CHIPLEY BANNER E VOLUME V OHIPLEY WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 27 1897 NUMBER 24 0 mlD BIG UNIVERSITY 1 i JECT FOE FULFILLMENT OF JORGE WASHINGTONS WISII I TER TAKING DEFINITE SHAPE Inent Women of America Are En Hated In the Movement nnd Will Carry It Through I Washington special Buys The oft ted question of establishing in ity of Washington a great national ersity on the lines suggested by ident Washington has at last n more definite form than in the I and a number of representative and women have taken hold of project with a determination to b it to a successful conclusion if ible They have started out in a ticnl manner by seeking to raise first 250000 necessary for the tion of an administration build to form the nucleus of the univer and hope to be able to lay the ier stone on February 22 1899 heir purpose in the interim is to e the matter continuously on the btion of women all over the conn They intend likewise to interest the school children...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 27 November 1897

1 < < t Mln talrlU carried Him Home Mount Lebanon N Y correspond st of the Hartford Times writes I dranriU Sproat 70 years of age who had beta a member of the Shaker a SooUtr at Mount Lebanon for over 20 r Years died on the 8rd Inst at tho E house of the Canaan family at 120 jo clock p m HI bad a large circle of l friends outside having been a promi nent man at a schoolteacher magis trate and preacher He taught the tt first public school In Chicago He wa ft also for some twelve years a self aacrlflclng missionary among the wild ci Indians of the West and was dearly beloved or them When dying while t silting In his chair the room was filled 1 with Indian spirits who had come to i t escort him home and welcome him to t their Happy Hunting Grounds beyond the sphere of their cruel friends the llii palefaced enemy of their race He ic understood several Indian dialects The i I Indians were devotedly attached to i + him and were often with him They t held communion together like Jesu...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
x
Loading...
x
x