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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 14 July 1904

The Southern Sentinel a3 COArnm, soee.. WINlNFILD. : : LOUISIANA. A Whisper Fro Spirit Land 3v STUDW IL JýLL3T A r morning su of a beautiful spring day glinted the unfolding ieaves .here ad there scintillated a trembling, dew-bathed tard, the scent of fresh earth from a near by garden was in the air, and over all nature brooded in silent preparation for the full of summer. A ruddy-breasted robin hopped heross the graveled walk which led to a vine-clad eottage, and, after furtively eyeing the long streamers of crape which fell from the door knob, spread his wings and soared to a neighboring tree. A child's shrill treble echoed from the house across the way, and a wom an's voice in soothing accents closely followed. Far up the street a toiling farmer's wagon slowly approached. Two women came from the opposite direction. As they passed the house they ceased talking and glanced to ward the token which told of a depar tare to the beyond. "She is dead," remarked the younger, is a half whi...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 14 July 1904

them a hukndmd diter appearam~e. ftt... in a way that en- anO vaue of property burg4 - ne hundred per swork by contract, W by the day; furnish Mind or let you furnish visit tee my work. ,. I JOHNSON, M. WhItid, La. amo didn't accept Fred the irst I know you didn't-you 'there.--Chicago Chronicle. Sshe Lover's QuarreL jyo desire that we should part, taking each his own, render back with honest heart i.at was the other's loan, my gems, which at your feet I want those kisses sweet a hundredfold; when in turn you claim your des will not find that I withhold hbas I had from you. Tribune. In Search of Information. a methodical fellow you are, " said Flkins, who had stepped Dobbs' oce during the latter's ab what do you mesa?" asked think that you should lock all -ers up when yeou are only go ---r vre minutes. .Isn't likely would meddle with yoar not," replied Dobbs; "but you ind out that the drawers cked-rTit-Bita. n.a.·r, Y MSnowlx. M r. ma, have y uem my Pet harw ge am X-ray ma. ....w .im...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 14 July 1904

D. B. CO., . -D~t R AN. tMUPUIT`O0. Rntered et t ` Y, sty Ni ase ua*U i. . tr w " +isecond class. ++' SUBsRIPT1' lý AT3S-(!nvartMb&7 casb in advance). One year, (P t to arnypa tOw fUn p tt te UI i .. _'.S . u.....-..... .. 1.O0 Six no the M N AD Three monibaN" " " U a.._ W~dvertfstn raite made known ai application. ( THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL b the home papet oft t Winn Parih Peopic, dt A .R 1 4 WINNFIELD, LA., JULY 14, 1904. FOR CONGRESS. Tra SEnrzWsL is authorized to announce JUDGE J. T. WATKINS as a candidate for Representative in Congress from the Fourth Congressional District. sub ject to the action of the Democratic party. Tax Srawrs is sathorized to announce PHANOR BBBAZRALE of Natchitoches as a candidate for re-election to Congress from the Fourth District, subject to the will of the voters in the primary election July zo, 1904. Governor Blanchard made an other pass at settling the question of "whose sheriff of Calcasieu" by 3ppointing T. C. Hampton to the office. Coroner Fi...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 14 July 1904

t ea hundred a way that en ' e of pr'perty Shundred per work by contract, the day; furnish let you furnish my work. B. JONSON, ws..a, La. Nr Twenty Years. Smith, of Dan I ,es*- "I had bron ty years and never iuntil I used Foley's Tar which is a -sure by all dealers. to get ALL the news The Sentinel; sub $1.00 per year. r Tbaches Lier and be sent to any reader of il. write to the Tacher Otanoý, Tens. ta, parts, needles, all kinds of sewing on hand by W. O. and collector, (mll-tf) Cured Him. ed with kidney about two .years," vis, of Mt. Ster two bottles of Cure effected a " Sold by Gris r.. Machines are ire sold on an easy .See W. O. and collector, (ml11-f) Show. was after me writes F. A. Gal Ala. "i1 had a Piles causing 54 a failed Buck e cared me." Bae and anl QOnly 25c at .5r Whiaen the date hel may IfotheLu.& ]b. ibi. _ .t ýi Asdý ft ý z I r4 Wr~iit Ai4~. Ij Maham 3. tL. m t f Verdi was a Ytenday onaa bia e p atis. *,T. Pool of Atlanta was noag yesterday's visitors to the burg...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 14 July 1904

W~OTHN EarT AiZ 1OVXl IN NzW TOEK. MARIA'S tAS THE FAVORITE &t Takms I·t lttle to rake or Lam ?atrmgA-Places Patronised by de Rich-Th Dual -es I acheoo. EW YORK.-A wall went up from Bo hemia's coast-Bo hemia had no coast, b u t Shakespeare gave it one-at the news that Maria del Prato, "Maria" for short, had sold h4r restaurant and gone to Italy. "Maria" is one of many queer charac ters that fnd for tune and fame In New York. When Brst heard JBr, she was cook in a 12x9 Italian iii at upon McDougall street. and where that is old New York ers do not know. By and by she married me of the waiters and bought the place. Every ni*ht her appearance, bare-armed, sturdy and smiling, among her guests was the signal for loud greetings. She served a cheap dinner in Italian style; and it was good. You used to see long haired poets and musicians eating enor mously of the vegetable soup, of the meet course, of the dessert. It was often their one full meal of the day. There and at her place in Tw...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 14 July 1904

Pairbanks tells how ne of warning symptoms wif prostrate a woman. She woman's safeguard is E. Pinkham's Vegetable *L)3aI Mas. Paruax:-Ignorane. neglect are the cause of untold -k. suffering, not only with the eI health but with the chance of a I did not heed the warnings.of organic pains. and general ag~ ss, ntil I was well nigh pros. I knew I had to do somethin I did the right thing. I toon SE. Pinkham's Vegetable d faithfully, according to and was rewarded 4a a few to find that my aches and pains and I again felt the glow health through my body. Since I been well I have been more care I have also advised a number of siek friends to take Lydia E. 'a Vegetable Com and they have never had to be sorry. Yours verytruly, M ir FAImnuaus 216 South 7th 3i.nneapolis, Minn." (Mrs. Fair is one of the most successal and salaried travelling saleswomen West.)- U50oo 00 fqt If 17bfu o Pl nkblm invites all slek to write her for advice. A Lyn, Mass. SO'S TABLETS son ar Ws '. mloIllr nammng ftom if ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 14 July 1904

411e. K L. Tsldi sApet the day aeasy at Colf ax. *0o oa. O. M. Griham wont up the L. & A. Saturday morning. G. M. Wyattand wifef Coley spent Saturday with relatives here. T. J. Rice and E. B. Barton of Alonzo were visitors to town Monday. Iley Cory of Dry Pong, Grant parish, is here this week visiting relatives. *** J. W. Boyett, Jr.. of Tannehill was among the business visitors to town Monday. W. P. Kelly, the liveryman of Verda, was here a few days ago and gave this office an appreciated visit. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Riser have a new girl baby at their home, the young lady arriving Thursday, July 7. H. J. Perkins is getting his new gin in shape rapidly and will be ready to gin by the time cotton is ready to pick. - T. A. Silman of Alonzo was in town Monday after a wagon load of ice and pop for the Hudson Lumber company.. A car load of new "Old Hick ory" wagons helps to make things look red in the vicinity of the Ar kansas Southern depot. *04 As an advertising scheme farrns' Busines...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 21 July 1904

SOUTT!EL. uParsho DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF NORTH LOUISIANA AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Subscription One Dollar per Year, II; No. .` WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1904. ATI DOOSON. ay Was a Big Day There. Twenty-flve Hundred le Enjoyed a Splendid _ Barbecue. ally twenty-fihve hundred peo attended the barbecue and " at Dodson yesterday, July The day was an ideal one as the weather, with the ex of the heat, but all the crowd present seemed to themselves to a high degree. good people of Dodaon had everything possible to make air a success and the words mendation heard on every from the many who attend w with what success their met. There was plenty lent meats of all kinds =q.od, besiM8 e a supply of that would tempt the of a dyspeptic. alir opesed promptly at by RHo. GeO. A. Welly to the- .hairto pry e ail ade a ibOrt sto k sad Ju4 J. T.. Waskla Swh:a asplgrdid s u abt em. hour. Watkins set - for sme of why b stdl be to c'qppy from thia Aimoeug otr tqthin Min atbeas ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 21 July 1904

Y F p 11'L Ii' '41ri 21,14.' tom, .IR g in l p in the '4itrieti over fail hi mer 'ehools this a. i-of aNpction of the :bord, there is going to be tall ef irts matJe to have Lrd reocon3ider the matter itto the people to have ny }me of.the year they sa - dirti " This, in our opinmon, ould .nothiog but justice to . The majority of taxes and they -should e te rigbt tQset a tic for eschpct. r There are es in te winter, and .for e seater nof ti-sch ' rmas now t, ti ayof ' the .peo not dpd their Child iee to I tbeiuse .of the -condition re4k&, fnd becane of the 4 of sickiiess a `g small .i Asa resn. = this .`h bee that iwhile'tbeiri reidle as t1, be at a I now, ran not wiitier, rnd they *eýeastiMd to. in hbe4 and rte:z~ 't' ý; ' " WSJ:. - ý "k1A ý. K arm."i' s  P r Mteraw* S~irseio h0.Sa mi te o ..s is bpeI I CON RNING JUDGE WATKIWS. ddge ..t. Watkioa-will have pietically no opposition in Web ster parish. The voters here rea lize that in him they have a clean, honest and capable candi-...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 21 July 1904

For Bmwi, . M d and Came. w3a,T P. UNT3 taws XANDRIA, - - LA. Malnufacturers of and Dealers In N, OATS HAY, ITS. RICE MEAL, D CORN CHOPS In Any Quantity. itis For Twenty Years. Minerva Smith, of Dan Ill., writes:- "I had bron for twenty years and never relief until I used Foley's y and Tar which is a sure " Sold by all dealers. order to get ALL the news must read The Sentinel; sub n price $1.00 per year. bottle of Dr. Thacher's Liver and Syrep willbe sent to any reader of who will write to the Thacher Co., Chattanooga, Te. ents, parts, needles, ..,. for all kinds of sewing kept on hand by'W. O. salesman and collector, ,La. (mll-tf) Bottles Cured Him. was troubled with kidney it for about two years," A. H. . Davis, of Mt. ter . "but two bottles of Kidney Care effected a t care." Sold by Gris Co. HolineesCokmpmeet July 29, for ten days Workers: J. W. anad T. I. Belt : lmpeetfliy, L F. HIatmosw. Right aed 3 ., sand aghtlets& l#le erwassmde is Dr. rst lu. These. weakness at_ iato e-...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 21 July 1904

. Akedof Sof breach of i sthe U -e o er iad bedt before nor een hasin Ise W'vice Is it impo8 Passenger of the road this ac connection tit is pro ta diff it is poe-s over the b been in the corn a dovel c and has been but aw put int ,.ccorded < spent £7 was a was from abiort ~sitto ,4 .. PARLORo . -----o - Is now the favorite resort 4 9 for those looking for a cool, Srefreshing drink . . . . a - 0 * Oniy the l~et material ob- 9 " tainable ued . . . . . 0 0.. * ---------O- 9 Plain Soda, 9 Phosphates, O * (olac, Milkshakes, 9 .. e Cream Sodas. 9 * 0 0 Ice crew for sale by the O' pint, qtart or half gallbn.- . O* , o 0*0*0, 0*0* e 0o 0*0*0*0; ad lion. ILt I. Tannchill spent er Wednesday at Ruston. - Mayor's court is getting to be n quite an' attraction these dull ,- days. The walls of the new Eagles and bank building are nearly completed. In * * * n- Attorney W. R. Jones spent ,l- Tuesday at Jonesboro looking id after legal matters. .n a as Surveyor H. N. Tannehill is in in the Newpor...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 28 July 1904

SOUTHERN SENTINEL. Ad~v"tPi ' q w an ri. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF NORTH LOUISIANA AND THE D"MOCRATIE PARTY. Su'scr; ne Dollar pt. Vol. 11; No. 7.* WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1904. AS BOTTLED UP. R. & N. Co. Locomotive Jumped the Track - And Arkansas Southern was S "Bottled Up" for Nearly Six Hours Sunday. ý- S SSaturday night the Arkansas ;Southern passenger train came in .a time and after turning around ":,backed in on a'-dead track" to =spend the night and to give the Valley train room to get into the depot. The Valley came about two hours late and after turning Around was coming down the m inline by the depot to do msme switching before laying up for the night. As the engine spssed the flag of the "dead ~trk" on which the Arkansas southern was standing it jumped be track, every wheel on the lo emotive and tender getting off track. The ties add track torn up forseveral feet, also frog and "dead track" wwere about considerably... This "bottled up" the A...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 28 July 1904

ca*in mhvsae). *Et1~ States)ý .... 0 . ` _ O ° ......_:...... .b a ~z $ .-? Is;hebme papa oLftt LA. JULY 28, 1904. w.; the at if aU on and m" .: e a 'to took An~rd ( ) (?) the tue le 4oes of ta, ve 3o a - p ~ia U ' ~"ROOSVELT NOT SAFE." The New York Herald, which rtad McKinley in two cam paignias.oosevelt is unsafe. Discussing the candidates of the two great political parties, it says: "Judge i'arker's telegram de claring himself for sound money has made such an impression thit he may save the Democratic Party in spite of itself. 'The comments clicited from all quarters show that Judge Parker'g action has won the con fidence of the people, and that sort of confidence President Ros sevelt has not inspired. "His imperialistic and dictorial ways, together with his revival of the race issue in the South, and other rough-rider fads, have awakened among the people a distrust of Mr. Roosevelt and the Republican Party quite as great as the distrust which Bryan ism, sixteen to oneism, Populi...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 28 July 1904

For Horses, Mules -ad Cattle. P. HUNTEBR, Paows. NDRIA, - - LA. %Manufacturers of and Dealers In N, OATS HAY, ITS, RICE MEAL, D CORN CHOPS In Any Quantity. hits For Twenty Years. Minerva Smith, of Dan Ill., writes:- "I had bron for twenty years and never lef until I used Foley's and Tar which Is a sure " Sold by all dealers. arder to get ALL the read The Sentinel; sub n price $1.00 per year. bottle of Dr. Thacher's Liver and will be sent to any reader of who will write to the Thacher Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. Bottles Cured Him. troubled with kidney t for about two years," A. H. Davis, of Mt. Ster "but two bottles of Kidney Cure effected a t cure." Sold by Gris Co. (ampmeeting. r Holiness Campmeet July 29, for ten days Workers:." J. W. and T. H. Bell. Respectfully, , B. F. HAalsoN. Night and Day. t and mightiest little ever was made is Dr. w Life Pills. These weaknees into litlessness into energy, into mental power. ful in building hup Only 25e per box. Drug Co. Aeoaemodations. 1 to ge...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 28 July 1904

8IU wavs one e10 Dodson second f HuIdsoo d Sun Creek to town-I was here woof to r qnite bles corn- t 6'Sf Y f A,:pe" il up vft , 'tt ii t$ mom . In Central Louisiana. Members of the .... SMissouri Pacific . . IMMIGRATION BUREAU. Corespoadence in al pisrte of the .. . NE sraTs .. : We handle farm property in the Red Rivor valley, tium Sber lands, and Alexandria City property... . .... Write, or come and see us. Winm. POLK & Co., *,Oface POst Nmute Beak B'Id'g., Alexandria, Louisiana. I. aa-n W..J._Carson of Calvin spent Monday night in this city. R. W. Oglesby spent the day Tuesday at Ashland. B. L. Anderson of the Bank of Winnfield spent Tuesday at Gol donna. Mrs. Henry Boughtman from near Columbia, La., is visiting relatives and old acquaintances here this week. Hon. Laird Craig and daughter, Miss Nettie Craig, came up from Montgomery Saturday on a visit to Hon. B. L. Tannehill and family; W. H. Montgomery represent ing the Vicksburg Newspaper Union was in Winnfield for a few h...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 4 August 1904

SO UTHEkN SENTINEL. - " "-. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF NORTH LOUISIANA AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Subscription One Dollar pr Y .h m Ad Vol. :u WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 19o4. 5 Ce9ts0 +i t~~k~r+ Ii + . i" ....! " . .. u u.uu , .m nn , .. . . . . . .; . . . U • + . 1 SING, Pleasant Hill People En+ tertained the Crowd. All Present Had a Good Time and Enjoyed an Excel lent Dinner. Last Sunday the East Dugde monia Singing Convention held forth at Pleasant Hill church in ward two. This cony ention was organized several years ago and has for its object the Improve ment of the singing facilities at the various churches in that section of the country. No church is complete without- a good choir and it is the object of this convention to meet at the different churches at stated tames : and practice the art of singing. As a result of the work of the convention all the churtbes visit ed by the convention have choirs that furnish excellent music for the services. At Plea...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 4 August 1904

iIr d MV1Ufk L T 4, 1904. -and the the oil Ara 7GBL i the .,.~ '5"r leeeool BDtri Proeaedings. W infielI, La., July 27, 1904. The Parish Board of School Directors met today in adjourned session. The following members were present: W. E. Long, pres ident; T. G. Milam, C. C. Allen, J. K. Erskin, R. L. Oaks and A. L. Martin. Minutes of last meeting were read and approved. On motion of Mr. Allen the children of C. A. Tarver, T. I. Tarver, O. L. Holmes, J. D. Smith and J. B. Curry are trans ferred from Rocky Hill to Pleas ant Hill school. Mr. Martin moved that the president appoint a standing com Sof three known as Build Bing Committee whose duty it shall be to make uniform plans and specifications for all school buildings now in contemplation of erection add to be hereafter erected in the parish of Winn. The motion was unanimously car ried and the following committee appointed: A. L. Martin R. L Oaks and T. G. Milam. Mr. Erskin moved that L. D. White, Henry Johnston, Green Thompson, and...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 4 August 1904

For Hotois, and cOitlt AXFE XANDRIA, - - LA. Manufacturers of and Dealers In N, OATS HAY, SITS, RICE MEAL. D CORN CHOPS In Any Quantity. A Physician Healed. .Geo. Ewing, a practicing ian of Smith's Grove, Ky., r thirty years, writes his alexperience with Foley's y Cure: "For years Ihad greatly bothered with kidney bidder trouble and enlarged agland. I used everything to the profession without , ntil I commenced to use s Kidney Cure. After tak ree bottles I was entirely and -cured. I prescribe daily in my practise and recommend its use to all s for such troubles. I vescribed it in lfundteds with perfect snccess." by Grisham Drag Co. ** * Masunic Notie. field, La., July '5351904. s T. Hines, R. W. 'ecturer of itand of the State of Lou 1& A.. M. wil vist ae Lodge No. 1 F. & A. 13th and 14th, 1904. eesmbers of siA Lodge i.d days. Members of cordiljy iied. 4110 4 of us n -pbeatiashbe oaa Litrveropat Zand * Beti tbaTtt~~~~ttt u~~~ ~to D r. Lfe Pillthey .,t SanL Th.yr sA tqsd ji- G...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 4 August 1904

49o26g the Sunday at '08 the irIwas here was here visited rel has almost this week. bftis morn s business $h. second mioitor to two was looking Oil stock. ointg setverl people at Eb h19f _ý ý. `ý"ý _ - ',L €.. Ký ": 3 _ ý i býý'ý.. . ~gand PAC .. lIMIQaAtIWN BURPAU. nerseipnideace in al parts of the ... I SrATeS ... We handle farm property in the Red River valley, tim ter lands, and Alexandria City property........ W~ae or oe ad see us. Win. POLK & Co., Oftic Parst Natoam Bads B'dk'g., Alexandria, Louisiana. Mrs. (Dr.) A. M. Peters, who has been seriously ill for the past two weeks, left Monday for Homer. La., where her parents reside. It was hoped the move and change would help her. E. P. Foster has opened up a shoe, saddle and harness repair shop in the Dr. Siess old office and solihcits the patronage of all who need work in his line. Judge J. T. Wallace left this morning for Shreveport to attend a meeting of the Congressional Executive Committee. He will go from there to Winn...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 11 August 1904

OUTHE RN SENTINEL. , i- rL. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF NORTH LOUISIANA AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Subscription One Dollar aA Vol. WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11, 190o4. PARKER ACCEPTS He is Formally Notified of the Action of the National Democracy at St. Louis.- Champ Clark's Address. Esopus, N. Y., Aug. 10.--Noti fication day, the greatest day in I the modern history of Ulster county, arrived with a pouring rain, which set in just after day light and continued, notwith standing prophesies of those who had faithfully promised Judge Parker good weather conditions when he was to receive the formal notification of his selection as a nominee for president of the United States by the Democratie party. Unpropituous weather and comments of the family and guests on the subject werae re ceived by the judge with a smile. Hon. Champ Clark of Missouri, upon whom devolved the duty of formally notifying Judge Parker of his nomination, arrived accom panied by a numerous committe...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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