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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 10 April 1896

iv'.. -v ,\- V. 9' Tfca OUFRIC1* entered it the Post Office at fllliston. )f D. Maeoond class mail matter. IfVBLIIHBD KVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. I. 1. COPILAHD. EDITOR. 1 1 County Directory. Sonntjr heriff—UBBMAM ROKHR. Auditor—JOHN BRUIOOBR. fessnt? Treaaurer—F. R. ZAHL! blerk of District Court—FRANK V/iup. tiunty Judge—E. LtpNHARby. ^legists rof Deeds—H. E. FIELD. Poser—E. V. B. ACKERMAN."' ft. of Schools—M*s. M. A.BERQH. nty Surveyor—E. C. PALMER. '1 al Adviser—N. A. 8Te\VARt. „og mm let piitrict—THOMAS BURQKSB. 3d District—E. L. MOORE. •d District—H. A. NELSON, Chairman. Directory for Town of Williston. TRUSTIER. CRAB. B. GIBBS, President. JOHN R. HLNTON. F. R. ZAHL. Regular meetings held flrqt Tuesday of each |B0UTH. 1 "'A" FRANK WILD. Clerk. Jchool Board, Special School District of Williston. E. LEONHARPY, President. GEO. W. NBWTON. W. R. MCCHESNEY, JOHN HEFFERNAN, DOUGLAS BELL. FRANK WILD, Clerk and Treas. fort Buford Lodge No. 18,1.0.0. F. Meets every Wednesdi^ night. ...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 10 April 1896

Hi ii^V f"111 lluWjston^phu S. H. Copeland, Publisher. ^ILLISTONj N. DAK. .THE PLAID LADY. B* MART KYI.K DAUAS. "There is the liidy in the plaid cloak •gain," people who were grangers iu Dairy town used to suy. "1 wonder what she runs about so much for?" Old residents, however, could have told them that the lady in plaid whs Mrs. McMurtry, the richest woumn in 'the county that her running1 about •always had something to do with the mortgages she held on most, oi the outr lying farms, and that, rich as she was, fihe had worn the plaid cloak and 110 other for 20 winters. So that children were iu tlic habit of calling her lhe 1'luid Lady and, indeed, some grown up folk also, in moments oC irritation. "How often does the pluid lady come here, Amanda?" Amelia i'erry asked of her sister one day. The plaid lady held a mortgage on their little place, which they had not toeen able to pay off since their futliei died. "Well, only about onve a week," Amanda replied. "It does seem oltener, thou...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 10 April 1896

••w* [niE FARMING WORLD. RELIABLE ROOT CUTTER. now Cue Can Do Mitiln ut Homo ut Very HtuuU Kxponittt, 1 have noticed several inquiries about potatoes to stock and the best my to pre]tare tiicm. As money ia as (enrce lis potatoes lire plenty I presume I good many farmers will be {find to know how they may have a lii^t-class •out cutter at a small cost. I'"iff. 1 shows the complete machine. I'lic frame may be made of any rough Lalcrial at hand. 1 made the legs of txl and the hopper from a shoe Jov,stuff by cutting out 7 inches of the bot tom at the front end, and putting a Itoard, m, Fig. 1, in the other end of the |HX. The knife can be made of an old hnnd Jitw, or something similar. It should |)o about 10 inches long and from 2 to 7 Indies wide. If less than seven inches, lie back part of slide may be made level ritli the upper surface of the knife, by board. The knife, a, is fastened to k. I'liis i3 a board 15 inches long and same lidth as knife. A hole, h, Fig. 2, 4 iclies wide is ...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 10 April 1896

\J£.:' •'.• *.y-j l- .*'- -t I ss \J* «C*} "J. •S w, /, HEW GAMBLING WRINKLE |2ow 8*me Jolly Fellows Seek to Woo the GoddeM of Fortune. There is n«w form of gambling much affected in clubs and barrooms nowa days that even the board of trade will find it hard to put a stop to, says the Washington Post. Everyone is familiar with the electric fans which in the past few years have proved such a boon in torrid weather. They are shaped like a propeller and have four, five or six blades and are incased in wire cages with large apertures. By touching a fever at .the back the macliinc can be started or stopped at will, and while in motion the velocity is something tre mendous. 'Some wide-awake genius not long ago conceived the idea that the electric fan could be utilized as an excellent means of wooing the goddess of fortune and put the suggestion into operation in this wise: A six-bladed fan was Btopped and each of its blades marked with a num ber. Then six slips of paper were marked with s...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 17 April 1896

u.iStowt-xW* IVOL. 1 NO. 41. TK.FI**PBIC is entered at the Post Office at rllli.to^N as second cUws mall matter. PU1LI8HED EVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. H. i-OFELAMD. L»riff—HffRMAN Roi'.im. Innty Auditor-Jons EDITOR. County Directory. HISUMOSR. bantr Treasurer—F. R- ZAHL. Lkof Ditlrict Court—FIUNK WILD, laiity Judge—E. LFOKHABDY. Ll»t« rof Deeds-II. E. FIELD. Kroner—E. V. B. ACKKRMAN. of Schools-MRS. M. A. BKROW. Innty Surveyor—E. C'. PALMKR Itsl Adri«er-S. A. BTiWAftf. BO A OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 1st District—'THOMAS BVRUEW. jd District— E. I* Mooitn. jd District—II. A. KELSO*, Chairman iDirectdt-y for Town of Willieton. TIM'KTREA. HAS. B. GIBBS, President. .tons R. HiNTdK. f. R. ZAMI.. Lgiilar meetings held first Tuesday or encli bnth. FRANK WII.D. clerk. [liool Board, Special School District of Williston. K. I.i-f'MiAKDY. President. GEO. W. NKWTON. \V. II. McClI I'.SNKY. joHN IlKFI-KKNAN. l»bi'oi,vs BKI.I/ FKASK W'n.b, Clerk and TrMv rt Biifoid Lodge No* 18.1. ^0. F. Meets ...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 17 April 1896

n. §v, My P^ «k*eiIH5im«rapbu ^(K R. H. OOPELA.ND, Publisher. JtflLMSTON, N. DAK. LA PASCUA. 11V BALPH (1RAMAM TAHKR, "The black bull is of the Sensunte ^*»c breed his like lias novor boon swu lucre before—so tall, so flossy, so wide horn, so strong1of shoulder and lean ilank! You should haw seen the lire lt» lii.s eyes as they drove hitn into the patio! And there is something more, fccnores," the shaker leaned forward trnd held his brown filler ui»ou his thick lips, mysteriously "it is a seeret Ituown but to the few." "Then it is sea rcely a secret," the younger of his two auditors replied. A faint smile hovered nueertaialy about the corners of his mouth, and he toyed idly with the glass before him. "What is this wonderful .secret'.1" *sked the other, expelling a cloud of smoke from his luu^s. "It is said there will be anew mata dor." *'Pouf! that is not news, Don 1 Vdro. Thtse mat adores—they eonie and go, like the bulls they slay: it is only a question of time with theui. Sooner ...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 17 April 1896

1 rr: [IE FARMING WORLD. v- a. .V.tyV' SAVING THE MANURE. '114 •rent Method# of Performing ThU Important Work. Iliere is as great difference in the two men will wive manure on a as in the way they will cure for Hr Htock or raise their crops. One ier will recognize tlie value of the jure nnl will al(l straw und all Is of refuse, working them in and in- Mating them together so as to malco [excellent article. Such a method systematically carried out on a where the writer visited this sum- Nothing was wasted cither inside house or out. Whatever wus not of tie for pigs or chickens wns set aside the etfmpost heap. It did not matter trifling the amount, it always }nd its way there during the course the day. As a result the owner is tidily bringing up a rundown farm at yearly expenditure of a very small for commercial fertilizers, whiie I next-door neighbor, with originally Iter land, larger means and a more ended experience, is rapidly becom bankrupt. ^lie change in their circumstances is ...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 17 April 1896

\JRTESY r. i% AMONG CHINESE I4*M* toptM kf tu Kauin Among thi Poor. lie Chinese are, rule, the moat jrteoua people I have ever eome in st with, s»ys Arena. When it it bn into consideration that the ma* ty of the Chineae who eome to this xtry belong to the lower or lowest their gentle manners are trnly prising. I have aeen parties of well* Americans go into their stores, about among the goods, or wan* into the dubroom, watch the MS, handle the instruments of the istra, and ask all sorts of ques* concerning them. The intruders treated aa welcome guests, their itions answered and tea, confeo* and cigarettes offered them on ture. Fancy the reception which Id be accorded to a party of uni fttifisd Chinese who attempted to a look through one of our own lionable clubs! In the restaurants ir conduct is the same. I imagine if three or four Chinese were to it into their heads to dine at om uptown restaurants they would objected to many unpleasant is* rlcs, probably some insolence from waiters...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 24 April 1896

VOL. 1 NO. 42. ft*. TKA cmAPHiC i« entered at tha Post Ofliee at ^iUUton. W. 0.. as second elans mall matter. !—. •TPILISHBD EVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. COPKLAMD. EPITOR. County Direc^oyy. SHERIFF-HERMAN ROEHR. bounty Aud}jor-JoHN Brueoar^. 'county Traaiurer—F. R. ZAHL. iltrk qf Diitrlct Court—FRANK WILD. 'C«unty Judg»-E. LEONHARDY. 'H*|iit« rof Deed*—H. E. FIELD. !oron«r—E. V. B.ACMRMAN. _nBt J( Schools—Mps. M. A. BEROU. BOUNTY Surveyor—E. C. PALMER. 4Tl«er—N. A. STEWART. ft BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. lit District—THOMAS BUBOSSQ. 3d TJistrlct—fi. L. MOORE. Id Distriert—H. A. NSLSOW, Chairman. Directory for Town of Williston. TRU0TXE3. C$IAS. B. GIBBS, President JOHN R. HIXTON. F.' R. ZAHL, Regular meetings held first Tuesday of etch jnonth. FRANK WILD, Clerk. jfehpol Board, Special School Piptrict of Williston. E. LEONHARDY, President. SEO. W. NEWTON. W, R. MCCIIESNKY. JOHN HEFFKRNAN, I)0CQLAS CELL. WilliatQn. North Dakota. Bel^ious. Services arc held every Sunday in the (...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 24 April 1896

Stfillistw Graphic [&. 2L Gopbusd, Publisher. ilSTON^ N. OAK. WORDING to her lights. le O O E O W »aid Kalph Lorri "this time to morrow, Joan, wo shall have eross*xl theKubicon. What then?" The womi.li by his side raised her eyes and straiyht out iato the far distance. "What then?" she cho~d. took her hand in his i- he vent KV new life, Jbon. New interests— |w ties—new hopes, lsu't so A marvelous light dawned brightly her eyos, glowed, and 'i tiered. **Yes»" she whispered, "yes. His clasp tightened a little ca "he nd he held. it's a grave step, though, Joan, he Id. "and once taken it can nt ver be re- I Ux-ed. You—yon have eoosidered it 11. dear? You are tjuite sure that you ve no rei^reta—that you will never sine me She turned to hini quickly and la:d soft cheek on the i»ijr brown hand elasped hers, with one of the pretty r-*sing gestures that came so nstu ilV to her. *"I have considered it ell." she answered, "and I have not regret. sun yours absolutely, *?ow always. Do with m...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 24 April 1896

[FARM AND GARDEN. KEEPING ,"VaS shown 11 rso. 1 111 {he ROADS GOOD. at**** Rule* R*»«mmimd«l by an EaglM AiMwwilOBi |Tll(J oaa improvement association, London. England, recently isaued a lrcularcontaining 0( to 1? rules forthejftiid- roadmastera in keeping rnaj- li im ftad telford roads in proper re Lir, as follows: 1 Never allow hollow, a rut or a Lull* remain on a rood. but fill it up ,m,.c with chips from thi? stone heap. Always use chips for patching and aii repairs during the sunimtr sea- Never put fresh stones on the road jv cros.s-pLking and a thorough use the rake, the surface can be made k, jo th. and kept at the proper strength siction. +. Kt member that the rak« is the most 1,,-fnl tool in your collection, and it ,aid be kept at hand the whole year Do not spread larjrr patches of me over the whole vidth of the road, lut coat the middle or horse track first. |,ul when this has woni tu coat each of je sides in turn. Ia moderately dry weather and on ,:ii roads always pick ti...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 24 April 1896

7 [B FLUUIDA FKEEZE. jhio Picture of the Cold Snap from a Window. 23S. nd ButtsrQles Suddenly Trans- msted Into Limp anil lltolow Ttalngrs—A Terrible Vis* ttatloo. p&s Christmas clay, 1894, and I my opca window, the sweet fra |ce of roses filled tho air, mingled that pf sweet violets and pinks, ss a correspondent of the New Advertiser. st beyond abed of the latter tow a large grape-fruit tree, its green branches bending beneath the fht of the great golden fruit balls bore, many of them as large as the of a year-old infant. A little fur on was a large peach tree, a per picture of beauty, with its limbs iyed iri delicate pink blossoms, and [fresh green leaves peeping out here thpr.e On the topmost branch* Iking fcird was perched, trilling a jet fropa his very heart, ad' ^^e, alighting amidst the et hlosspins the yellow jasmine, seVecaV dainty butterflies. Ilad rlost Itieji calendar, that they ven- Bd put midwinter? Well, small ader if they had. till further off stood row upon row ...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 1 May 1896

it. loA* 1 *.'£.« t, *f*U VOL. 1. NO. 43. Tk« QBAPRIC 1* entered at the Post Office at Williston, N. D.. as second elan mail matter. TUBLISHSD EVERY FRIDAY AT WILLISTON. N. D. •. COPSLAMD. EDITOR. County Directory. Iffcerlff— HMMAN ROEHR. Oomnty Auditor—JOHN BHUEQSKR, I Ccmntr Treasurer—F. R. ZAHL. 0)«rk of District Court—FRANK WILD. Csunty Judge—E. LEONHARDY. [ilefisterof Deeds—H. E. FIELD. Oeronsr—E. V. B. ACKERMAN. [laat. ef Schools—MRS. M. A. BESOM. romitrftwwyw—E Ftsgal Adrlier—N. A. STEWART. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. XX District—THOMAS BUROESS. Jd District—E. L. MOORE. 8d District—H. A. NELSOU, Chairman Diraetol-y for Town of Williston. TRUSTEES. CHAS. B. GIBBS, President. JOHN R. HIWTON. F. R. ZAHL Jlogiilar meetings held first Tuesday of each laontU. FRANTIC WILD, Clerk. Ichool Boards Special School District of Williston. £. LROXHABDY. President SEO. W. NEWTON. W. R. MCCHESNEY. JOHN HEFFERNAN, DOUGLAS BELL. :ort FKANK WILD. Clerk and Treas. Buford Lodge No. 18.1. 0. 0. ...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 1 May 1896

I iPM vrv %p/1g Wft »v 1* 1 9be 3£ilti$ton graphic R. H. CoPEiaAND, Publisher. WILLISTON, N. DAK. A MUTUAL SURPRISE. crc "T)o you know the mau .who has just left "Aie?" asked Prof. W of his wi&, who entered his study. "Xo, sir." "It was his excellency, the former minister, Baron 4 "Indeed! But how am I to know all •excellencies!" she exclaimed, shrug ging- her shoulders. "Almost every dwelling in our street is occupied by an ex-minister. But tell me, though, what •chair was his excellency seated upon?" "Seated on? Why, right here, on the one next to which you are now stand ing. Why do you ask?" "Well, well,, just as I feared, and he has sure enough seen all, the thread bare sofa, the worn chairs— Why will j-qu',persist in receiving your callers in this room. Is there no parlor?" The good woman seemed put out. "Always the same story, whenever I ha,ve a caller," grumbled the professor. •"Pray, what is wrong with the furni ture "Wrong? Everything is wrong I tell you," she retorted,...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 1 May 1896

iGRICULTURALHINTS. PROFIT IN BEEKEJgPrNG^ Fiipericnce of an Ohio Apiarist of Twenty Yearn' Standing. On April 2, '1)5, we removed 50 stands »f Italian bees from our cellar to their ituimier stands, and found that there tad been no loss except in the weaken ing' of some colonies arid the loss of tliree queens. We immediately pave the lites 1hat had lost their queens to the Jveakeat colonies, leaving us 47 stands. BY) tl{es6 we added "Ave more by pur •!i ise at $'4.30 each. 11 ayin» ".'pounds |)l'n poor gradeoi! honby, and'us all Vievc petting scarce of honey, we invented a Feeder of our own, and during the scar city oC honey between apple bloom hid white clover, we placed a feeder ^\cr each colony and fed them some this poor honey every evening, which brought them up good and strong in frees until the commencement, of the ,hite clover crop. This feeding pre sented the cessation of egg laying by lie queep, and consequently our hives HTC full: of brood, larvae and'eggs, and |lie hew ho...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 1 May 1896

'%'0 ftiU 4 *&- rHki* S 'X ip3 •wm 111 Kfe. |i Kttyf AHMd of Thoroughbred R»Cf tbeese Until He Falls from Eihwu tloU A Thrilling Sfirm* -1-, tive. exciting story is told by Crom folpin, "in St. Nicholas, of a race etWeen a bronco and a big thorough ^i 'Jiorse. The former was ridden a' niere boy, a Californian, who had certain paper in court before looftin'brder to retain possession of a afc$. jfclie writer says: Thfere* still wanting the one thing stirs a racer to his utmost e^'eW1^ Felipe had almost forpot ^en^t^'1^9^® behind him. Two-eyes iai |i$L W& had been on the alert, lorse'j&shi'dn, with one ear iaoW and again turned, and increased his speed as the thoroughbred drew near. Felipe [turned his head With a sick feeling .that in a minute more he would not be obliged to turn his head to see.' One jsidelong glance showed him a bay horse with his head in the air, his dainty ears upright and his frothing imouth wide open. The rider stood in 3iia stirrtips, leaning over hi...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 8 May 1896

VOL. 1. NO. 44. ft. Tfce Sa^raic ia entered at the Post Office at Willi tun, N. D.. as second class mail matter. :PUBLIIHSD EVERY FRIDAY A.T WILLISTON. N. D. m. COPXLAMD. EDITOR. County Directory. ifcerlir—HfeKMAK ROEHR. Qeanty Auditor—JOHN BRUZOGIK. geantr Treasurer—F. R. ZAHL. Olarkof District Court—FRANK. WILD. Qeanty Jndg*—E. LEONHARDY. tsfiits rof Deeds—H. B. FIELD. TENNER—E. V. B. ACKERMAN. I feavt. «f Schools—MRS. M. A. BEKOZ. Bounty Surveyor—E. C. PALMER. I iegal Adviser—N. A. STEWART. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONED. 1st District—THOMAS BURGESS. 3d District—E. L. MOORE. Sd District—H. A. NEMO:*, Chairman. Directory for Towii of Williston. TRUSTEES. BI?AS. B. GIBBS, President. JOHN R. HINTON. T. R. ZAHL. Esguiar meetings held first Tuesday of each [iftenth. FKANK WILD, Clerk. I School Board, Special School District of Williston. E. LEONHARDY, Presideiit. SBO. W. NEWTON. W. R. MCCHESNEY. JOHW HEFFERHAN, DOUGLAS BELL. FKAXK WILD, Clerk and Treas. I tart Buford Lodge No. 18,1.0. 0...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 8 May 1896

f? its 1/ rgood 4 '1 B. &. COPELAND, Publisher. 4VILLISTON^ N. DAK. WHAT IS A GENTLEMAN? Is It a thing What is a gentleman Oecked with a scarfpin, a chain and a ring, Oressed in a suit of immaculate style, Sporting an eyeglass, a lisp and a smile, Talking of operas, concerts, and balls, Kvening assemblies and afternoon calls, Sunning himself at "At Homes" and ba zars. Whistling mazurkas and smoking cigars? What is a gentleman? Say, is it some one Boasting of conquests and deeds he has done? One who unblushlngly glories to speak. "Things which should call up a flush to his ch66k? •One who, while railing at actions unjust, Robs some young heart of its pureness and trust? Scorns to steal money, or Jewels or wealth, SBut thinks it no crime to take honor by stealth? What is a gentleman? Is It not one Knowing, instinctively what he should shun, •Speaking no word that can injure or pain, •Spreading no scandal and deepening no stain? •One who knows how to put each at his ease, •Striving...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 8 May 1896

EFFORT. "Tls not en*«H to tune th»lyr« .*:• i.»i wait tor Jiarmonlwa to come. 4-Asendeth not celostrlal Are When human hearts arc cold and numb. •Tis not enough to calmly wait That auicke.Unff dew should on us fall, To vaguely lohg for what is great While sdll pursuing what is small. «ni not enough with tears of woe To weep for all the world's distress, ,~L drops that from inaction flow Nor us, nor other lives, will bless. •'TIs not enough the love to take That other hearts on ours outpour 'The* soul is only kept awake By giving something from its store. "Vis not enough with drooping wing And aimless feet to walk this earth Effort alone can blessing bring And crown the soul with sov'reign worth. —Inter Ocean. A PESKY WHALE. HERE'S whale an' whales," switl the captain, sud denly. "Some of 'em is pesky crit tcrs, an' some ain't so pesky." Smoke went up in clouds, and there was silence for live minutes. •'Reckon you've grot something- on our mind, cap," said the doctor. "Oh.noihin' ver...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Williston graphic. — 8 May 1896

I' p# iUf hf?:.': & Lu. £W"-"" JN&?' Hip K'¥. i:i 1 CRUSHED THE SNEERER. jfin American Toaclier Who Was Very ft Patriotic. An Italian gentleman -whom I met while traveling disclosed a most de praved inappreciation of the wonderful vastness of the United States, says a •writer in Seribner's. He spoke English very well, for he had been many years in London, and, as we were enjoying the sea-coast view between Pisa and Via Eeggio, he asked politely whether I was not an Ameri can from "the states." On learning that I was he begged me to tell him something of our government. ''You have a president of the country, the whole states, is it not?" he inquired earnestly. I nodded assent. "Va bene! If a man kills—murders, you understand—who tries him, the federal or state courts?" "The state courts," I replied "unless jt is a case of treason." "If he is convicted, who can pardon him—the president, of course?" he jjisked, with calm assurance, and a slight emphasis on the "of course." "No,...

Publication Title: Williston Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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