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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 13 August 1892

IAATURAY. AUG. 130., 1892. BAYOU SARA P1. O., Busineass ]ors romt 7 a. si. to 7 p. in. Sunday Hlon l to 10t a. in. lseig .tration and s1 ey Orlear loulrs--8 a. to. to :. p. in. Arrival an lcepnuitre of Malls. Closes. L N $1 T. Itallroad. Arrin.s. 3:10 p.m. Nortle'rain 3:101p. In 9 :00)n.m. Southb Train 9:00 a. in Baton IRouge & Bayou Siars, (river). Closes Daily (except Sunldays) at 6 a.m. liue to Arrive at 0:30 Ip. in. atelie &z Biayou SHra. (river). Closes, Tuesday. Thursday & Saturdlay at It p. im. Due to Arrive, Wednesday. Friday and Sunday at : a. Ill. F. Mf. MU'I.MORD, See Police Jury proceedings at their meeting on 1st. instant. See the new advertisements headed respectively "Oysters·" and "Just IReccived." Inspect the list 'of letters re maining in the postotlice. as pub lished herein" Look at t he 'For Sale" a'lvel isement andt call at this office for particulars. "IIu for the World's Fair." Look tit the announcement head ed its above and see if you don't think ...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 13 August 1892

r'::p ;iiiiF;:si~al.al UtSD TO SING. Hare .., mhBrown!wa h heol churc ri oppa f eat a sight muses used toa t t S andtie, 1Uae t ae- e hoirte it. te, e. ava".".Bgutloe or' "Plehels Hymn." vouh U prat to untois king acot eye with tears was dima u'c a curls teller, to ide lIke the mmt of men Ye muAt a , .sybe he wouldna't spea. tmo saw iena met hint on the street safe Sanetimes. But. Lor', that wars his wag, ing He warn't putou 'bout anything. the SSomehow that feelin' didn't stay , t When he began to sing. 'tWMweany years since I've been home, And things has changed a sight somehow SWsdea' rest, so thought I'd come the An' see how the old town looked now, I've seen the old church standing thersr tak The pillar where the ivies oling. pgg ) An' climbesd the narrer ga'ry stair a Where Horace used to sing. RS yptaeet semeeed that he must be thin the place he loved so well ( ' those old tuones came back to me On which his sweet voice rose and fell do Pie hs rn them foreign fellers soar....

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 20 August 1892

THE FELICIANA SENTINEL. OFFICIAL OBRGAN OF THE CITY OF BAYOU BABA AND TlE BOARD OF EDUCATION. VOL. XVI. ST, FRANCISVILLE, LA.,-P. O. BAYOU SAIA-SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1892. "BLOS80M." A Life Drams Witnessed From My Chamber Window. OR years I have been an invalid. The nature of my malady makes it I m possible for me to leave my room, but I can sit at the win dow and watch the movements of so much of the great, busy world as passes j along the not very prepos sessing street in which I dwell. Men and wom en, boys and girls, go and come day after day. Dozens of them carry din ner pails and lunch boxes. In the morning they go by with bright faces and sprightly steps, many of them wearing a fresh fower on their breast. In the evening they return, not a few of them weary and worn, and I wonder who, bestde the Great PIitier of us all, waits for their coming with a welcome of love. All day long they have been busy at office, store, Ia tory and mill. and the thousand and one places where duty h...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 20 August 1892

PTIJAT4SIEI)D VEJ&Y $AT '1RI)A.7 Els at it.. lt s c .inrl Pi.at. Office as - I" t-' .w Cu-- n e t itull antlltter. warus or sUSecas2Was5. (IsInvadba t dsadmase.) Iontts, - - * - Sao tree Months, - - - . Po.tae seatM by the Pubbiher. J. DD. ,Ai ,TEN. Editor - - Lessec. JNO. P. AJSTEN, Publisher. .LaTURDAY, AUG. 20th., 1892. N Itional Democratic Nominees, FOR PIRESIDENT, GROVER CLEVELAND, OF NEW YORK. FOR \'ICE Pl ESIDEN'i, ADLAI E. STEVENSON. OF ILLINOIS. . Tho present is the thir teenth Victorian Parliament. 1r -One child in every five in the northern half of the United States dies before it has lived a year. erl'he Mail and Express, of New York City, proposes a uni versal rate of $1 for all working men living within 1,500 miles of Chicago and who want to visit the great fair. The paper maintains that this can be done by the rail road corporations at a profit. It proposes that Wcdnesday shall be workingmen's day. aWIf a passenger on a ship dies at sea and the body is brought...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 20 August 1892

,T'eiicia nai entiio SATUIRDAY. AUG.1( 21h., I ._ BAYOU SA:RA P. O.. Busilne4i Jlorurs-filn: 7 i.. In. to 7 I:. on. Munday IInt'.- 4. to 1(I n. it . ii - itrntlon :itlll s .Mone(y ()ri.der lMIt''--.- a. in. (to : p. ul. Arrival and D)e.arttne* ,t Mail,. Clones. T, N ( & 'I'. llron, l. .\ rri - :1:1t p.an. North 'I':r in : ,:!i,. ii 14it4i Iliig " nth ]tIi'. u i l'. 4 :Vt , r) Closes Ibailyl (ecxe-li' t Sl . in:ty-,.t 1 a.m. Nateli r. & B44':4al .i'ir. tlriV i'r). C('Ios i. Tl'j.'4u4 dla . 'I'bur+iQ"a; & .:til:s it 1-2 ,. tii. ulile to Arrive. Wtdin'sdh.:iyitv. I'rida:i" itll d Millaiil4 aIt ., . . ill. F. M. 1li'311"t'!14). New moon next M I altli'.v oif 5: 59a. 14. week ! W eath r ir ,lea.::ute ll a lItucii ly in the night an!dl (:i'ly in!:ri:inlg . Insfl tc te list . of lett'er= rc nilining hi the p .- tlti,'e. ns pub lt.hed hereih" Sec the c:taid f Ke::ClilC Mlilh' andl Fnale College i, till. iute. F~romi ll (an xt· oft vc;'.!italelC the nllrket has got  (o.'...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 20 August 1892

E.ery Saturday. -I L dLd"UISIA &A.   '  .,,, :.TH - SPARE-ROOM. air that rs. the spare room dah Sthashutters wde pr up the cur-n w am sd bright dispel the esual o a paln throughout the shut-p atryb * bsds ses blow sad stuRp yeara very waels would mry for air could they Sad r arm. reletlea s 'step approach the eouch or asate .'-e esemi,-arly ~ s ts are show. and left ,..to fbtc !hese victims may at morn assure you o0 sweet rest: ay amlile anh give no sign or rage within the 1 breset, oe tell the awful dreams that held them in a vice; samothered gasps for air, their rights at asounds ot mice. RU tLese same guests receive important news neat day .uianm unexpected news that calls them far .warys They kiss and say good.by--edy: "Lovely time we've had;" t'he talsehood adds its weight to other feelings ed Iri ew and them aguest, when ready to depart. oame bold. brave men possessed of much more grit than heart. Would there present the case-would say just what-he thought. The w...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 27 August 1892

THE FETTICIANA SENTINEL OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE CITY OF BATOU SARA AND THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. VOL. XVI. ST. FRANCISVILLE, LA.,-P. O. BAYOU SARA-SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1892. N A PHILISTINE CONFESSION. Pain would I sing in minor key of we4 In modern fashion, could I only banish the sunshibne from my heart; 'til quite de teep lutit won't vanishl "Court pces!mism," urge my cultured friends; "Think how brute force the world sets spla nlng blindly; How to blank misery existence tends:!" (They mean it kindly). "Surely," they cry. "at least you can despair? Condemn to darkness all that once seemed brightest? Peel you no loathing for the fate you share?" No-not the slightest! Yet fortune, too, has mocked me with her moods; Her ickle wL7s, slack! she's slightly shaken: And left me Care for comrade, while my goods The jade has taken. "Well then?" Well, then. I smile (and so'twere vain For poor contentment's slave to ape the poet). "You think God's balance tilts the loss with gain)" Nay. friend-...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 27 August 1892

a ii Sentinel. FOPi3trlNWEDk EVIi y SaVU TWAY. a ,te d itl-c t a w ii ra tt rI. Office , w mna-crx sen cBsattr. taivariably to aiweama.) One Year. - - - - $ t o SItNonths. - - I Three Montbs, - - - S ,.. ... r nasag orwn p by the PabMiher. "JiTDALSTTEN. Editor --Lessee. JNO. P. AUSTEN. Publisher. TTR AY AI'G. 27th.. 185'. hational Demorratic Nominees, S FOR II'IE$)I"NT, OROVER CIEVEI.LA.N I), OF NEW YORIK. FOR VICE PI$I1)ETP, ADL AI E. STEVENSON. OF ILL.NOI3. The Coming Contest In The Ger man Reiclstsag. .When the Gerhan Imperial Par liament meets for its autumn ses siod it is likely to take up a ques tibn which is ealeulated to cause the Emperor and his Ministry no end of trouble. There is a strong demand in Germany for a reduc tion of the term of service in the army from three to two years. It is understood that some of the ministers, including Chancellor Von aiaprivi, favor the proposed change, while the Emperor oppos es it. Prince Bismarek, seeing in the affair a chance to em...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 27 August 1892

eliT aDa SeAtine, SATURDAY. AUG. 27th., 18'92. BAYOU ARA P. o., .Buatnied I oinwt-froi 7 n, mn. to 7 p. at. -Hind aty Hosr'i to 10 a. m. ib -. stration anld Mhoney Orelr lIHur::---" a. hi. to i' p. in. Arrival.and Depa:rture of tMail?. (iloaes. I N O& T. lnitrond. A.rriv,. 3:10 p.m. NorthTi'iai 3 :140p,. i 1:00 u.11. South T'r:l i u ::UU0 . i Baiton ltoullge & iyout Stat. ( iver). Clo~ses DI) ly (excelt SI ldal.: ) :It ; :L.ui. l)tn, to Arrive it i0::t0) p. in. 'atchler. & Bla ityoi :tr:i, (river). Closiitie. Th.iuesdayi-. Th'mlllid:ly & Saturday ait 12 p. hi. Due to .Arrive. Wenllallda-t. Friday and ctnul dal y at.i i. in. F. M. 31A1"MI.OIRD. Rend EIlectlion Notice in :niothl:e column. - looni'.i Fi' Lrt Qut:irlter 'i'ue-dyily next ait 8:29 it. iii. See the card of K' uclthic Mt:1le and Fe'mltalie Co'llege in thisi iS.U(. "Ilo for thlie \\'rld's Fair." Look at thile anllnou neo:lientl head ed as. tthiovc aind : ee if you don't think youll htter ego. Iluti-ines.s...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 27 August 1892

lvery Saturday. V1LLB. LOUISIANA. 'You ate 11mu p rettier it it than Iiss Oates ias I hera' returned Henry, Warmly. " 'Oh, yesa' said Cap,loekingly, 'much prettier; but you don't want to see me match my skill against her grace; but I will; and I wilt win the whip and gloves, so nowt' " 'Then we will discuss the matter no further.' "Adios, then, senor, until this after noon, and remember,' she called, as she vaulted on Bret's back and turned to go. 'after to-day I mean to show that dad has as much money as anybody. I don't care for dress, but if you do you shall be pleased,' and with a saucy kiss from her finger tips she rode away. "I felt sorry for both, but I knew it would come out all right. In his sum mers on his stock ranch, only two miles away, Henry had seen Captola grow into a willful, but lovable, girl, and had yielded up all the strength of his great heart to her; but as she was too young to marry he was 'waiting' for her. Ills mother and sisters had come from the Quaker ci...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 3 September 1892

THEFEUCINE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE CITY OF BAYOU BARA AND THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. VOL. XVI. ST. FRANCISVILLE, LA.,-P, 0, BAYOU SARA-SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1892. CHICAGO LIBRARLES New Book Depositories tOr the World's Fair Oity. Thae treat Newberry Bequest and ItIs I. torle Assorlations - An Historl Ladudmark-The World's Fair Appropriatlon. ISpecial Chicago Correspondencal Therais an historic spot on the north aide of the city of Chicago, destined to acquire a broader historic signift canee in the future. Its presentimpor tance is due to a purely local tradition. - but the future will make it known all over this country and probably abroad as well. As you go north on Clark street by the cable road which does not run steadily, but "by yer-ks," as the Swede said with a pleasant allusion to Mr. Yerkes, the president of the road-you will see fronting VWashington square an imposing building going up Pnd now completed up to the fourth story. It is not one of your modern skyscrapers; it rathe...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 3 September 1892

M1 A.I w TI I.se41sl as tle atese t mra Peutl Oluee as ee.td-lras sam wl maltttr. faemagr aggessaroal. tratwadab& semis.) O Yt, .. - . $st - b..o o thsm , - - - - FJ . - . .. .. .....-se te u .... J. D. Al s TRN. Editor - - Lessee. JNO.. P. AUSTEN. Publisher. SATURDAY, SE1PT. 3d. 1892. Itionl Iemocrtic NIminees, FOR PHEID)ENT, SGROVER CLEVEI,.AN), OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE IRElIDIllrT, ADLAI E. STEVENSON. OF ILLINOIS. Bemains Translated. The mortal remains of those who have for so many years slept the sleep of peace in the Lebret plot to the cemetery of old Saint Francis' Church, in Pointe Cou pee. were on WVcdnesday, August 31, removed from their long rest ing place and laid away tcnlerly in the Hearscy enclosure, in the Catholic Cemetery in this place. The remains so translated were those of the late Mr. Pierre Lebret and his children Stephanie, Albertmne, Pierre, .Jean, Pericles, Etienne and Isonne: MIr. John Lebret and another; Madame Franeoise Martin and three chil dren; Al...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 3 September 1892

"tratione ali Monuey Order Jlours- it. um1. to t' p. ima. Arrival nail mtuimtnmre of Matls. 4'4l.~I. . (I0& T1'. Irailroa.d. Arrive. . :t10. p.tn. North Train . :1 :111 . mi lOit 0ll. o.south1 T''rai ti :10 in. IIi ltatmdi loulg~. & Ikyo Satra. (river). C'lue" liamil (except s~ialllayv) :at t .maln. De to Ai .lrrive at i ::S p. n. •natehI:e' t l Itavoi Nara. (ri|ver). 4 'lo"Ie. Tu'rmid;av. Tiurllayllv ,& Ie iturday at 12 p. na. tIu tm to Arrive. W,',iluemIadý . Friday antid u ai(ay at :3 it. I un. F. N. ..l1'31F].2l 0, The (;reat 1'rtie Fights! Tickets are to Ie Fcld1 at the Bayou Sara ltailro:d oflice, to ,New Or-!cns, at rate of One Regnular Fare for tlhe Ronid Irip. one Septelrmber 3, 4,5 and Co. Good to return nitil September 10, 1892. L. F DAY, Trafice Manager. Sutllivan or ('orhett--which ? Full ,)lo o(in "''Tuesday next, at 4:07 p. an. The motto of thea liisuig skele ton should he "Sil'. /\ i s boinm." For sjmlendld lemlons go to 11l1s. Autsteu' fool of Ihie h...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 3 September 1892

S r a y `1tI Ery 'Saturday. 4do edA O LD' QOERED BRIDGE 11 ; ite r.id eoverd Iie siap yeire it has tie a mother to d seitsh t raw babyhood b With the ourett ,iethat unceasingly flowed Ii ' Iro' t unllong' the old National road. fi "ad its moco a vwanstil triunlphants  l looem -" ,I, thete histery hidden in cobwebs and I ae agrim silent sphinx with the future in v ' olssnUs that pans the old times and the new. Seisayeredbridgett how the years whirl s laee it onae more, and my life is unwound., .;With issburdens and sorrows laid by, and I sem I Ild be standing again in the sweet happy dream a CO my childhood and watching with innocent The birds and the waters that talked there with mme. While the trees were live giants and I but a midg t As I lolled on the banks by the old covered bridge b the old covered bridge! how I wondered and feared As tar,-tar through its narrow toot-passage 1 peaea. d, And fancied it led to the end of the world ] Or some dim distant country in mystery whirl...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 10 September 1892

THE FRL CIANA SENTIN QflFI4L QRANA Q9 THE CITY OF BAYOU SARA AND THE BOARD OF IEDUCATION. VOL. XVI. ST. FRANCISVILLE, LA.,-P. O. BAYOU SARA-SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1892. NO f. "ýSePID tRANSIT. O'" n riferr oad, trimmin bhedge, Ssee a feltler ridin' is eight Straddle o' sometbin' strsd, sa* beighat With his feet a workin' up an' don An' the wheels a spinun' roun' and roua', 'Till the spokes lest flashed lLke ii iles "Twas one o' them there bicycles. Wonder how a critter feels Straddle a pair o' buggy wheels, Travellna' like the deuce, you know-, Anywhere he wants to go: Now days, 't keeps a mortal mortl' Watchin' ho'r the world's improvin' KeeLp',m kind o' plagued an' vexed, Ponderian' wlat'll men do nucat. I remember a few years past Thought I's travella' party fast On the railroad; mercy sakes, 'tactrle cars ain't no great shakesl 'Twon't be more'n a year an' a half 'Till folks '11 go by telegraph- _ Bumpia' over the mountain peaks An' keepin' up with the lightain' streak.l Some...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 10 September 1892

- astth Daon Sra Prt)aOee as .tass h a itr Ltr. e - - S F . . -_ A E*JMN. Editor - - Lessee. . AUSTE-. Publisher. $a`TURDAnY. SEPT. 10, 1892. _abel 1 pe tir Noie-aes, 7OR PRjFSIDENT, OGROVFR CLEVELAND, or xsEW YORK. WOR VICR PREIDENT, ADLAI E. STEVENSON. OF ILLINOIS. "C* lbeml Gulee.' he -Mt "We leat from the daily papers Po that this statistical old ass has aD been nominated for Congress by I the Third partyites of the 4th T district. What his backers mean T by such a travesty on human ' intelligence we are at a loss to 8h know. In all the State a more consumate ignoramus cannot be found. Guiee is an illiterate, th fraudulent fraud. He is without cr brains and principles. lie is too fr shabby to receive the notice of tl any decent man. He is a noto- I rious failure in everything he b' ever embarked in. He is the laugh- W tng-stock of all who know htm. 3 Will he ever disgrace the intelli- P gent people of the 4th district by misrepresenting them in Con gross? We hope not. We know ...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 10 September 1892

Felicana Sentinel. SATURIAY. SEPT. 10. 1892. BAYOU SARA P. 0., Bilael p Hours-trom 7 a. in. to 7 p. m. tiunday Hours-9 to 10 a. m. Reg btration and Money Order lloure-8 a. to. to 5 p. m. Arrival aud Departure of Mails. Closes. L N O & T. Railroad. Arriv's. 3 :10 p.m. North T''rain 3:10p. In :00 a.m. South Train 9:00 a. tin Baton iRouge & Bayou SM(ra, (river). tiloses Daily (except Sutndays) at 6 a.m. 1Due to Arrive at 6:30 p. in. Natchez & lB:voun ara, (river). Cl.oses, Tuesday, T'hursday & S:turday at 12 p. m. bue to Arrive, Wednletmd;ay. Friday and Sund1lay at 3 a. In. P. 31. 31ITMFOIlD, Siek, very seick-the adnmirers and backers of Sullivan. The pitcher that went oft' to the well got broken at last, and Corbett broke it. At Clhas. Veydert's shop ties are shrunk without welding. See tihe nlew advertisement For anle Cheap. Freyh:n &r Co's ste:lln gin began operations for the season on Saturday last. Inspect the list of letters rc na:lhnining in the postoflee i...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 10 September 1892

airAL ANA. ULodged the ness. II$g p young little to 4r SJI ladies." or-. And claimed Mr. advents Wimple, drop- He hu plag his book the pal o fishing-Ales alone in dismay. panie," -"And all com- Peeler Ing here? Dear Mrs. Sme, what are of one you going to do ste-bc with them?" the sto ".'That's just accidex what we were rences' considering," deeply said Miss Aram- ple's k minta Banks, bold si with engaging sweetness. "If you had b wouldn't mind going down to the wid- neares ow Peeler:s just for a ndght or two, Mr. "Tb Wimple, and let the young ladibs have bolict yoer room-only as a temporary mat- lg it ter. of course-it would be each an c- read t eommodation. Mr. Origen Wimple was probably the most bashful young man at Spruce maoantain. He was just nineteen, with . pasty complexion, very light-blue eyes and a scanty growth of lemon , ;ored down beginning to ornament 'his chin and upper lip. He liked seclu aLon and courted the solitude of wood and glen, believing himself to be a poet,...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 17 September 1892

THE FELTCIANA SENTINEL OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE CITY OF BATOU SABA AND THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. VOL. XVI. ST. FRANCISVILLE, LA.,-P. O. BAYOU SARAT-SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1892. N. THE "CUSHIION STORY." What Jon Found in ner Strange Legacy. "Going again to old Madame Skin flint's, and in this sun!" Teddy's voice, usually a good-natured drawl, had an accent now keener and sharper than Jen was accustomed to. She was pinning on her hat in front of the kitchen mirror, wnile Teddy, his long legs dangling dos n, sat on the edge of the table, regarding his step. cousin with, an expression in which surprise and annoyance were mingled. Jen's face reflected the look. 6he had long been used to reganrding Teddy in the light of an abject slave to all her caprices, and this faint sign of disap probation startled her. "Well Tlddy Barry!" Jcn said, turn ing full around. "That's the name," 'aid the undis concerted Ted. "I was only wonder ing, my child, why you wasted so much time over that old French wom...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 17 September 1892

..ateJA"OVýWIC Y SATURI)AY. s. ,eAarm Pusm 0on* as wmal 1Mt rt. - saa-ar Aba~S.S;.b- - - as BWZN. diWtor - - Lessee. P AUVSTEN. Publisher. AY. SEPT. 17, 1892. h  ecrate lo.iem, P' o PRRSIDEaT, - GROVER CLEVELAND, OF NIEW YORK. FOR VICE PRESIDENT' ADLAI E. STEVENSON. OF ILLINOIS. -NPTbhe daies of New York are adopting the English style of wear ing many flowers at once in their button-holes. The Sun says: "Its a new fashion of the ultra dades who maintain that the pro per caper is to sport at least half a dozen rosebuds in the place of "the single flower of last season. Broadway florists have ilready prepared to meet the new fashion. It is mpre profitable than the old style, and it is estimated that the swell boutonniere will cost at least $1 25 this fall." alThe Democratic campaign will open in New York next week, and there will be great fighting all along the line from now until November. It is to be hoped that all the leaders will be found at the front and that the first gun will...

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