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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 July 1896

-0 o .d .4 r·, 4w all r I ' C i ENASGAZETTE PRINTING & PUBLISHING CO., LIMITED. Official Paper of the Pariah of T~namu Sehool Batd. and Fiftht LouiJave I« lriluki " NEW SRIES OL. 4 ST.JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, JULY 17, 196. k NE .ERE OL . T -MM M- -!quil W. J. BRYAN NOMINATED,. C; de The National Democratic Convention frc "Performs Its Work. 10 SEWALL FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. _ tic The Banner it Unfurls i. for Free and Unlimited ( etnage of Both Sllver and Gold, Tarifffor Revenue Only and the Abolition of N' nrtal of Bank Notes. tee fin The national democratic convwr agpumbled in Cllicago last Tuesday. me At 1 p. m. the convention was called rei to order by Mr. flarrity. of Pennsyl vania. chairman of the democratic na. }copal committee. $o0 Prayer was offeredl by Rev. Ernst M. of Sires. rectorof trace 1 piscopal church, aS Chicagoa e Chairman Harrity, by direction of re< the national committee, reported the following as the temporary organiza- foi tion of the convention : ty, Temporary...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 July 1896

.: , JIT, 17 . of vaeu re-jotn pope, r. e , it eouograsiss'u. rsareu. int CA Swr Is net nmpeniail.le W46w sat opinions of eornes- sil in It-s eimns. ye Bs e CLieaug Convention, after wl 'e'r most stormy session ever at hiwian in the history of Preiden- wi 1liW COnventions, has nominated on S '1WmI. JSennings Bryan, of bi a for President, and Heon. g "uh as 1 pwell, of; Maine, for ed iroe\P'r,.iaC t. Mi. Eryan has a national rep. th SUttion as an orator, but his run- et ,ing amat on the ticket is an oh- bb s'baa' an whose name was un- ti Iaioen until the search light was at turned on him at Chicago. The is ifag under which these gentlemen de 'wil fight will be free silver main- hi biand the isau. are laid down in At t s platfonia adopted, which is 01 iatshed elsew'here. it -h e enat men of the l)eumodtat c .t party were overridden and al aidb& to tks a back seat in this tl econtsoa, and new ones who ir \iBW a er held the reigns of pow er>ih ' bean entrusted with the fi A...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 July 1896

. S ;' :-: - .ea i L . . .. . , -. . . . g azette. PR, i " LA. 'IDAY j LY 17, 1896. *J. . L. ":ULL!se, of the New insr bar is in ttendance on oi Caiurt this week. -. Iw WQon't do a thing hut ..ttfd el} ·any store in the parish; il todk is complete. )iMi s r TA t:A SCRAniz. of New )ileans, is isiting Mrs. Alex. Cohna it her home in Nowellton. tW ifric PEASTAURE of shak 4 hands ;wth Mr. Frank Foro, 'of" e 'Light, who is attending ms. ti110. C. SAcIas has been .pendi.n the week here attending eo the tenrs matters of Gillis, I 'teierih G ~6. I' Ka, Rbi. H. SNYnDR. SR. is some time at Cooper's we wheri e Mrs. Snyder joined 'him this reik. t Rall on Kershaw. he ken andI will .Jd ,the rient. thing by you, I ind if you want. to save money a lur from him. they will be treated right, he's The sople's man. Keep vour vo nn the heargain : t't 4. Kekihaw's the manu: any 1; ody will tell vmi that he i, sell- 2 in cheapt, and hi} g1ods are Ihe! . . . Jnn. t S. L. Er.M, of the Vi 1cii hait, iq atte...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 17 July 1896

Valable asheeem emsed. 1 The trachi e f easy dlgestl,-ow ea t most valubble tH of medical dscsee em be saeusdt by o wise enaeah to as areet's lttas. eithero s tne ý y Nl rbP. rNP mtlt ed ae nd . ausu*srea persons roubled with arsmous. rlrrmrodth r'onttiputed, ,hould is O i II hnI~t ~Irai b bhe h se. i. The alms of New York city ase being padeally swept out of existence. p - 5. useoth Datesas oeattesgSeas seer of year os~ wrappers to Dobbta leop Wt's Os, FlbmAls, Pa. Ther will sem lea fwe o tre poess p~ad, woarester Ret Di - laary, 7 pearg, bound it cloth, psTeeo n. i ItaiM. Oser sodo unth Aus st et ealy. b There are 50,000 patents which in one way  another benefit the larmer * duet L P. I ,om l. bDelt, meb., s saor " IIo leet of Hal's i aed. Our.s a wedsrftL" Wiy e him about at led by FITS stopped free by Da. IEias's Fsra N lns ar s Bmonau. No fts after sat day's use. Marvelous cores. Treatuse and S triml bot tlhe fre Dr. Kiae. s Areh St., Phila, Pa. lta. Whislow's Soothing...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 July 1896

ý.ý ,sty Y+. ,,r' $ ý ", ' TENSAS GA1ZETTE PRINTINGS PUBLISHING CO., LIMITED. Official Paper of the Parish of Tunaas, School Board, mad Fifth Lovi"m Lsm'ne Di1. OduIh llta'r N.LJ -~~~~ ___ -_ _ __ _ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ NE ERE V L 4 T J SEH LA. FRIAY JULY, 24,89 IEWSY WASHINGTON NOTES. t lTs Most Ilaportant Doigs of Statesmen aid Officials. r e TUE BOND ISSUES INVESTIGATION. Southern Postal Matters -- Pensions F Granted--Lieut. Perry's Expedition --Joint Encampment -- Declined a Second Payment. A Chicago Firm Gets the Contract. a The contract for the constiuction c and completion except ieaiting appa- C ratus) of the po iii bUi i iug at 'ne- e bIlo, ('ol., has been an urledl to L. L C Leach & Son, of Chicago, at their bid j of $187, 774. ('Customs Tariff of Itarbadoes. The State department is informed a that the government of Barbales, to W. I., has increased the cuttonis tart! a 20 per cent. The purp.se is to iexol - fl a depleted treasury to meet its liabili- P ties. i Southern Pos...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 July 1896

JDI 'CRYAPRIDAY. I',~ -Lct.~-~.-~= __ OSkrI,..- LA. '1RtDAY1, JULY 24, I V. X1w ) i 'r.r ovrcA. st. itot , x17t ~k 'I.ARS Mar MAttrait Yrs. V-ART- 7 1' Id~tor. 1 jp (vArGuzarraW Is not responstil e VWi1s ?Views and opintons of corroe 'perdetts appearing t its colhmns. 0V THE! I' V ItO 2 lot n. 1Eiti, iIVWim Artrn, %A.. 3February I~th. 19:,8. i reNtahtt to a call of President irwell' the Board of Comnni '9iftet s of0', 0 1'ifth Louisiana tEnter District, nmot at Delta vv; 'rtwsa-'. There were ptesent: F. S L.trax*rll, AaS. Coltharp, C. C. iril, A. E. Newton, B. A. Par s mil3 J. B. ftiserodt. Meors.. A A. T'ackner and W. (. Wyly weroraheent. Thile Finance Committeo report' %tb hqt they had examined certain apeanta amd rocomrtnrded thi warrants to be issied for the same 'tthe amount of $170.91. The. 'ornmittae also reported having lssmined the report of the Secre .'lry and foand same corect. 'teljdelnt' Maxwell then said: "Gentlemen, this is the last meet ingof our Board nnd I thank th...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 July 1896

PR1 AIY, JULY 24, 1%, 9x haýbgP ofa fj / Natchez. If yon have any huildiie 'r r' Pairing tobe don(, buy V'ir um ber and nails froim K.rsha . Don't 9o to Kerqha.w', aft ir vinl have purchawed elsewhi"re; ýi t 'him fir~t, and if he 14aaiot 'sav. ~ ')i*npy nobo)dy can. est Futltr, market rid',.l I f just teceiv( at Kershaw :!I_, Know flake etackers. A(1nj ['a min and breakfast bacon at K'r.ha. ' Yini may talk about your r ~1i hbu and silver hus, ut. \~a >111 eave more money r-y hej1i :< r shaw bug; he is the man t, bu'i from. Wit ARE REQU WTFO t~ ti t, i i' church servicrs will 1~" Ii' i "t .ti80on Sundavyveninii1i. hnirih, hot sPaqon, inlst.ead ,f I1 ~', Ii h:a heretofore. Freah aroceries ric,'iv, .I i'ih .waok at Kershaw's: his stock ~I* gand he is knowin to hb tti'' !,'i eat all around man in Ih, l1i .i1. IT it WIiE:To EAT i. t h n1 ,iii I ants like Milh'r & 1b ii. .1 i ,t- t chpz. They 1iil '31 , ;, r I 1 I ruara inteeaindl pro' -it vin i :. filly bai. Read th'ir 0 1, rl ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 24 July 1896

Ike .Remetse ýadle I*g Serespala the bst 1lp5dPWl,.appsdgamda nrvetoalo. n t&A Hoo.d's con Sarsaparilla - . IsthOweTrae Blood Parifer. Alldraggits. S Il nlLe ' Pil ecar all IUver Ill. s mata. a NOSES MADE GOOD AS NEW. W4 CeIulo4d,1 oe, and Maybe a Finger R rdr Needed. tra, Bauldlng a nose," sounds queer, the i wrltesDr. Whttinger In Thb New York but Journal and yet that Oiust what or theb 0oa0s are deing almost every day. still 0very sargeon who possesses mehan s donl dCal ability enough to be called a "ptls is fo tie surgen" will take a contract to has build a none just as a builder takes a in s Contract for building a honse. kehot 1 The operator, in the case of a man de the bony portion of whose nose has repo r been' destroyed. first removes the dead thas hens paUl be finds healthy bone. who He is then ready to proceed with the sgai building. Holes are drilled into the July sound bone for the reception of the floul metallic frame work which is to.sup buel port the flesh that w...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 31 July 1896

THE TEN SY S GAZETT E. iENA ; ZE'ITE I'1NTIN & I'PUBLISHINIt CO., LIMITED. Official Paper of tht r le I ,, School Board, and Fifth Loniauna Levee District. One Doller tad if Got. Por Annu. NEW SERIESM VOL. 4. ST. JOSEPH. L .. 7 II, Y, JULY 31, 1896. NUMBER 24. . * i( J~ ...... ... - ._. . .. . . . . . . . .. .. .... ... . . NEWSY WASHINGTON NOTES, The Most Important Doings of Statesmen and Officials, WILL PAY SUGAR BOUNTY CLAIMS. Lighthouse Board Recommendations --('rulser('ncinnatl I)amaged--Will' Continue the Fight--Change in Post Office Rules. Cruiser Cincinnati Damaged. The cruiser Cincinnati touched hot tom in her recent cruise with the Con necticut militia. Upon being docked at New York it was foul:d that her bilge-keel had been struck. 't he dam age was slight and repaired quickly. 1 Southern Postal aftter. New piostoffices have 1,een established at the fllowing named places in Louis iana and Mississippi and the postmas- t ters named commissioned: Louisiana- t Baneke...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 31 July 1896

lWitr1 A WD EVERY P'I!DA . ELA. - --- I T ATDA, J-ULY .1. 1R9c,. fi 'Bt1tSD AT THII: POT OFFICE, RT. .,1oh'll O! Ia.,A.8 SOOnbD C('r. MAIL. MATTYR. -..... D, Lt. A. OARRET T. Editor. -- -- ----- - - ---TI J The Gatrrrx is not responsible t'tlte' views and opi~tons of corres elinti appearingin its colunmns. -'"fT POLITICAL BATTLE. l The three great parties have t ~ trmetr theii standard hearerw, maidep~ declaration of pi';n'lelo. "T and the battle will ,non cionvu!se the Nation. T The )emocratic partry hasQ . loeted for their lenler n brilliant 'rmng man of the ibihePt charne- T 'tr whoe life l'< 1. ,n pun', a:nd blameless and v-,i(,O p,'r-,onal T 'worth is, hobst nttested bV the e, teem in which he is held by hi. T neighbors and home frioend. The chief feature of the pIat form is the declaration for fr:'o T coina e of si!vor. Thin will .- to 'main issue of the camnait*p., and ivery thing else will he suhi(uiiary to' it. fManv Democrats dift'fer radically from the majority of th...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 31 July 1896

1 elle '-re sa Gazette. ST. JOSEPH.--. LA F ~ lx 1"1; 'Xt IT. TrON \XV Taoi ( 'mall VV- ' Ifi town '1 ý(Ii ! Pr~n 1s t he 'Tln,?i T7'4 ~ 11~"\, for 4i : r11 t1't t11~ 1,. ,, mill f,"r 1 Ireaajlý MTn. FRTTz C. NiI7., 'ift. n i hort, viQit to Now « nrlr'afl4v ro' Silvr-r lc 12olod p) r ' F, i Kerrhaw, hhe trnt. its ri~zht s and approcint~q onr trndc., Tri- h Trish Poitntor·. iI::;itTI: T,..~,·; nIGo Fulton Mfarknt orr,,, !,; 11 nlway' in Ptook at Irrchltw Themhn reprv wone t (lrimo), Keralhnw'q 1lri'p dr, (r.,,l" , everv dao:- ]):in o fr iI r :. b..:, Tt'q rriihtv 1 v-otlld 1.o hotter if viii etý,1 t~''v a i,'i nrir', for r.,'o'-b ` ,"'11, l.k ii ledý hitzh prioe(.4 friw'nd, Mlr. Tilohmlc J. 'New Orlon n4, onl V'-0)(h, L~ 1. 4 helre on a )Iln;inj1e trip. 'h nw for von ofi t'l/: lrn-:, , Vý. of DnT1u \ieioN4j~l' I,· f a t- ht C and m of p!h~oirr'crerv'"T,,, vijl .Tarp. Pn lders. .Toiv I i. r.140o SPice'. of nil ki:d.!ý tihan e1 l cordýrN. Mi. Lpr"i' Tonr '. ilv IIl 111' Co..~t~'x'a' n4...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 31 July 1896

-,' "& . " Sa l3M i -  4 : l -- o YO e that dog of mine . swestheses S R er-d *'Y% I se him. Right .mart " 'ftuS set be is. That dog . ar-.rea than I have. UStr 2that so : Well, spme years .:' tP I bad a dog just lk that one of nt he hadt sense enough to go -ing Hutmbert of Italy is an amateur S Why Wn mean skLive Longer Than Ml. J 49h restron re maee eits, (1800) tle compiler pre -, o t~t e stalad mre of 208 persons wh i Wood's s aparillae of one hun '4 per e . e swere females. Bnly theood ,' U 's ell.. oar Os biliousness. imtion. Why Women Live Longer Than Men. ',n the 49th registration report of iate ausett (1800) the compiler pre sentsathe lstistl o 20ghty persons who w orte as having died during mal the ears (1M -90) at the age of one bun dred an4 over. Of this number 153, or to pther cagen, wlere females. B the btate census olife, o the number of fe " - mal. "lving# over eighty years of age VA NSarly deuble that of male.. The plater exposure of men to accidents, l to we...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 7 August 1896

THE TESAS GAZETTE TENSAS GAZETTE PRINTING & PUBLISHING CO., LIMITED. Official Paper of theogrish of Ttnua, School Board, ad lPi Lom iIana Dimul L 0. l DuNi S  1El A L NEW SERIES VOL. 4. ST. JOSEPH. LA., FRIDAY, AUGUS ", 1896. NUMBER 25. YAr V I a .m .uA .. ..- - ~ - . _ ..6 ... i..! 1 L . l . I . - . . NEWSY WASHINGTON NOTES. The Most Important Doings of Statesmen and Officials, PROTECTIONS FOR TORPEDO BOATS. Government Prosecution of Railroads ---Holt Will Case Compromised-- Pardons by the P'resldent---Presi dential Appointments. Pensions Granted. Mississippi--Sandy )avis, Port Gib son; Levi I'ierce, Newsite. Louisiana -Ellen Hicks, New Orleans Appointment to West Point. Benjamin F. McClellan, of Tallulah, La., has been appoints a cadet to the Military Academy at West Point. Postmasters Appointed. The president has appointed the fol lowing postmasters: East St. Louis, Ill., M. M. Stephens; Southport, Conn., Nehemiah Jennings. The Holt Case Compromised. The legal controversy ov...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 7 August 1896

Srremas: fazette, W OSEPH,.. LA tIbAY AOGUST d, 1 0. .D AT THE roSTr oFrE-, sT. JiLq,, A. AM SECOND CLASS 4TL MATTER. ° . A. OARRBfl T Kditor " Th e GAzTrrrz is not rerponlbi4 * V5~ ews tId opttiens of corres psadents appeasing i n its columns. S t WatD&B r wAMUEiL T. BAIRteD. ' o- SA9,ntina T'er Baird, of Ba: SMorehou si pari+h, is an :. . eed as a candidate f.rl' C.  S sfrir :et.his District to riucceed Z. .e Hon. Charles J. roartner. J fage taird is one of the moc;t ,' rnthant men in North Lou iJi-e a' aird his record has bee'i n very iil~aiat one. ifa is a fine lawyer, 40feoned ernditltn in his profes t"en, anr natnr who has attracted a'tt attention of vecryt body of me he has addressed. and a :i . fthe.very highest personn l eh-:r ºat . Giving up a suere-isfui 'pIhaeteeat the bar cof his Diotrieh, ,e iAeepted and filled th poitiot:1 . mproesenting attorney and Judifer witi"hnarkdI ability. During the last terna of the Legis!nture he iepresente his District in the...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 7 August 1896

l'he Tensas Gazetto. . JOSEPH,- -- LA. FRIDAY. AUI(TST 7. . COT'TrrN PTCKER}: arl ,.-n li! :I: rapidly. MR. A. E. iRFe, iNs rn' :!i \: eatioi n with his pl r, t.i.. :t (',:ui,,"l Hill, Mis.s. 3\: . M'ouIRI5 (ior)r,'i::,; r'! ui:r d - fromn Coop,r's \VI,'l Frilay v y ' nmuh imprv ixp in ha:t:h PARTIAL InoWWFi: ha} t ! I t 'fi " the pari h this ., .k. lut -t Joeiph th!i dua-: 1 V  \ 'd the cisterns ri c,. t. Mit. ;AND MIa3. . . ' " :`:," speixding a while i} a (' ", r'- \ . They report aat 175 :1- .. and say eve,: s tXi , i.  .n ant. Ma. JNo. H. Mi.-.lI:. : ' ing that sterlin, : -,. li,. ,' Frank, of Natch,.z. v Mmnday, soliciting (rdir, ;i firm. :Mlr s. Mn L. P.'u , wit, I' , daughters atid lu F F r - ,I turned heir' l t t'. fr n ' I, 'ia, wll h, . Ir h . ,! . inl k -1e wti "me .rf..: :' r .tur:. 'd ! t;. ..,- i . Tus'day. H, n' L. * I : good show-r at N-w,!tt, ''ai - i • rday w ,h r'1,:,,v d i , du(1ty " t Ssituation very nu r' ii. 1 Romem ,or Th;t K,.r 1,:ý ý, i=" only pl) ce in ...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 7 August 1896

aa of million nightshirts are `'- . `! ý" manMfactuted' annually in , alj n the Unted StateLs'there "bateat on theme, including l  ar, yoke and button. .li ygRaudy foreign ones from SEnglaud fad a market "" ""it b the good, old staple art). "F ebt e and used as a home pro ; q ' " tbhatthe annual output * beveral 'times around the 'together. Its origin is ti sleep " ton Saserves, good appeti, *- mt. • sls cmes with blood made pure ur Hood's . rsaparilla " , A r drgPrlsts. Alldrasist.. . Nr t4It ate thle best after-dioner psi. S . " . WEEPING WOMAN. "_( *Weomen weep?" is the topic £ siby the readers of Woman, :.¢ .publication. One contrlbu be " Ia a most emphatic "No!" The +,: I, It Is maintained, is out Sd bi--he belongs to the '40s and - .' : not to this end of the century. I . . U was then a samlissive slave 1 - m tlhbghteous ruler. Now all *e" !5s e.l'be net woman Is here, S.ud shi roles; therefore she should not 1 l5 the opinion of another writer, a f amn should cry, provide...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 August 1896

TENSAB GAZETTE PRINTING A PUBLISiING CO., LIMITED. OMaid Paper o.f 6P~ Tz, Sitd, rM LwmM NEW SERIES VOL. 4. ST. JOSEPB . LA., FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1896. .~~~~~~e • un |umnu auhmn nn uunmm n|uun aImUia -'-€.. .. IEWSY WASHINGTON NOTES. Ad "hu red Te Most Importaut Doings of Statesmen one au Officials, fice. on t the HURRICANE SISHALS TO BE HOISTED., tinec Dawes Indian Oommissio---The Su stea gar Bounty Warrants--Sharp Prac- on t tiee Checkmated---Twenty Amerl- beel cans Perish. eem tion coO Pensions Granted. tic r Pensions have been granted to islai Thornton Bucker, of Ashley, Madison have parish, La., and Evaline Armstead, of exp Bateeville, Panola county, Miss. loca rev. Southern Postal Matters. (ll A new postoffice has been estab- cini lishqd at Metcalf, Caddo parish. La., by and Edgar V. Metcalf commissioned as blot postmaster. J. L. Cook has been ap- tiot pointed postmaster at Harmontown, refs Fayette county, Mism. ton vici Too Rank for Messenger Moore. Tan L. C. Moore, a colored...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 August 1896

(&teY 'NZ RY ftttkAY. c. 'I, A ITST 14, 16116: ti A~Yds wt r wr is,s: Jet., efi g·a'e n r to aiohsponsibl - a .t a Uts aclada nea n Jll lpps aofNora f onis e-e~ e te" amt distressing sc- t 4 1r qf tliie drbafut and itsa :, In" some paihrm, it is h .tid Oat, the crops arestmost ij a4it" de4troyed liy the dry k 1tipthe and that all advances by astidts ave been stopped, and r I bdI eetlba are being d alled a *r the purpose of asking relief at C Il htgds of the Governor: The I tleBis have dried up, and the s o i'ta s in shob a condition that rlit fAres are being dreaded, and , 4~"gaup intances cattle have to RrdHi4en" t'entymniles to water. 1 ' the oait distressing condi i'r of a··' ai that has afliicted 'i ' esdima in for many years. f * It"' asstiot has generally been a a deCded among the fairest and Bes , of Lisiana, ais ipiopld by an intelligent and en .gstie class of farmers, who haver1 aayr Kiken' self-upporting; mak i".!* eir living at homie, so that ti~is 'dltion combs w...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 August 1896

Tle TennaR GsazeItd --last r T. JOSEPH, -- - LA. has FRIDAY. AUGUST 14, 96. I tn A'r.i R from Judge Sarn'l. T. Ieutl {R ~in, as he will visit Tensaw this met MR. AND Man. THEo. CorTHurr, 0 it.r--visiting.Judge and Mrs. Clin- 1 re n ton this week. I'a' -tra(t WE CALJ, ATTNTION to a rinlm- th, ber of plantations for sale by ii. at a A. Garrett. Attorrner. tra( MR. SAM \EXIEI.R, of Concordia I," ..pay isS i , Wn s a visitci r to our to ss r N tar bn Tuesday of this week. MRS., ALEX. P..LANr'i. SR. h T b~oeri very sick this week and NN n1 are glad to report her .,.tter. nr, the I fbid you so W-hat? That b ni q Kershaw leads; his goods are tht. this best and his prices the lowest. a.1 toln: MR. AND Mae. DtnrLY., of I'ti:t, son Miss.. are visiting their daughter, lug Mrs: Zack Griffing at Panola. Acme sugar cured lhams, CO.r- by velatwurst, fresh Western butter, and eggs ju.t received at Krshaw.s. Try des all richt \Vih's all right? for hot Kershaw. Who says .s~? Eiry- .ne body. Kfrs...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tensas gazette. — 14 August 1896

* 1 kAtrong Thirtsen Story. A real estate agent said: "The Stronaut thirtdeg story I know of is thbeone which I have heard told about " Arthur #cQusde, who was in the boodle Board of Aldermen. It was said that when misfortune overtook him his tfads--somne of them-attributed it to S the act thathehad pure a house for $13,000 at No. 313 East TIrteeuth street. There are peo1 e to-day," he a1dpd, "who will tell you that that as the cause of his trouble. Cures hslk is vr of Hood's 8aresparills as ter so S ther medalain. It has the greatest record of eave of any medibine in the world. In fact, Hood's * Sarsaparilla teod' ePllouresick heach. indlgntion TRAINING TOMATOES. ,t ferring to the tomato-trellis re cently described, I would say that for several seasons I have used wire net I inmy garden for training toma In preference to stakes and strings. * Netting three feet wide, securely tack ed to strong stakes set at intervals of thire and a half or four feet apart, was formerly used, but...

Publication Title: Tensas Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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