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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 29 December 1904

' ae, at the Winnfietd Postoee a maiI ar uttrt the secand class. SUDBSCIPTION RATES. (Invariably cash in advance.) ri& year, (postage free) ...... .00 <' ree months, '" " ._.............. ......... ý4 THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL is t the hoase paper of Winn parish people. Advertising rate made known on applicatt .n Address all communications andu make all checks, drafts and money orders payabl to The Southern Sentinel. lite Sentinei ii be glad to.receive for pbh lieation the views of respon-ible citicens upon all matters of public interest. All :.'tic!.le or publication must be signed by the writr', the namn will not to publi-hetd. hone eer. If the writer request- that it eh withhekid. Official Journal of Winn Parish. THURSDAY, -- DEC. 29, 1904 THE WHITE FLAC Hoisted Over Port Arthur Call a Halt. Brave Defenders Beaten by Wiley Japs and Ask for St r render And Needed Relief. Port Arthur ha..s urrenderel. Exhausted by mionthli, of almost constant fighting, deeimat.oit by diseas.e an...

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. — 29 December 1904

ý. 4 ·- : cal A~ 7 cial Term. . L. lDee. 17, 1904. I, (Ci k of Court, nieftl,. La. ord'erc'd jury term Di trict Court be for the parish of cuing at the court town of Winnfileci, Monda..y, January bwill therefore con colnllfisioncrs of sh. to uieet at the at such time as you ad you t.cthlier with sioners. :!c.t ttwenty posse.sing the legal to erve: as Grind Iraj from the gener - thirtn (.;';) persons ifi cation to serve as ve ditc notice of this lishing t he salme iln -nurnal of the parish spread the .same nutes of the said ail parties charged togetlher with the such cases are rre re nt .at .aid term ned at chambers y of Dec. 1004. \. W- xi. ,.dge, - tu i)iýtrict Court Dy. ('Lerk. in Parinh, La. ed Prices. SCapea, Dress ear, a ;ents Fur alk; a general je-vehry and Special reduc e.tet fifteen days. price paid for other country ge for goods. I.. WYATT. Couley, La. 's Worth of a well known . Buffalo, O., n afflicted with *trouble for vel or :tones pain. I got no es until I ley's Kidney ...

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. — 29 December 1904

By Rey. Prne DeWitt Talmafe. D.D. list Angeles, CAL, D. P 1.---In thll briyk3l;; takhg ar'e. rItŽI r :r{: "ii17:1·. · , - i' .. SdUll wti.ull "ýz'' i-ir ~i' *1-*Pla i 44 VGrgkrs o1 11t. jl V.t+ r at .e KllI th*-R· i C n tlci 1.' t.' h··~~·e·: *h .'Ur t '_ h'afl} its ti~.. i j''kt iruf a '"1itiit/" .ý 4 t tl, Ms u'' ' " 1 fe !:.41ndr. ! e.-s 'ft "r K'i' h' , o( !i ,t 'iv hNip wa l',t, . ". " r. ,,r t: : wa. ,rt, Dhi o rtd s&U!d to Mio-.:. "Write tIhs f :1`u:.'"'rt. l it . b.uk." Tha.t '.i, ..' w.s ."ll tiualifietl for the task we ha:t.e abundant proof. Long before Lis day ..ei had written books, cttubrous pro ductions hI baked clay, that as a boy in Egypt he had laboriously conned. Tl.! ;racetce of writing looks was 'outih ied,. and the ancient author had lth. come co prolific that the autht. of E.. d-esiastes felt as most of is do in tc,. inag to dig our way out from ixidi the aralanche of the literature of the pres eat day. "Of miking t ny tks. there Is no end." the wxrvest of ...

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. — 5 January 1905

- I 1 I I:`- V'p Fdý·rT 3 iEI YI· Y I-. P~ b. OFFICIAL OURNA P.Xl·I1U OF \V !PN. 3-WINNFIEL, LOUISIANA, Ti-iU!~S :AY ,f.<J JNiA .G O@O*..*Oo.O*O*O*D.O9eO*O*O.OOcOoseOG Ir nL n r-7 5 Jsa ftsogo THE 'THIS 18 THE TICKET." 0 0 our pis bonr -ttgiswhr./ SILK S'IeRiTS o We are selling at cost. 2 Just a few more Jackets .to go Rldicu- o lously cheap. Bs tine of Dry Goods in d town, also Liwest'Prices in town. Get 2 our prices before buying elsewhere. We are overstocked on Gents and 6 Boys Fleece Lined- Utaderwear--Selling Q atprices toBnlme them. Splendid line o of Flanpel Shirts..O.caf k:hf get a pair 2 of our FlJi J 1XjR SHOES o and be happy. Cbffand ss e us, it will doyou pgod ; * tS " *4; r . , · . , ,it" --t, " 1 7+ is,&EAG LEt 0 et There! When you get a rig to go somewhere a You watt to get -there. Knowing o .tis we hate Arranged to accommo dedyou. Our rigs are the best, o Driiers know the- routes and will o ýLand# you on time. We do all. t klndsof - k` A G 'A Portion o Your Bu...

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. — 5 January 1905

b.g a .ass ,ltam leimmma S,,a P suOn ?ummes. O~eero, e o.a tae*) alt .ss .medmin--. .* opee - . u. - _ 44 TER SOUTN s~NTINEL i tt the ons paper wTi paush people. AfaUe d ae asde kaew n appicatdion .ddremll lmmufiMn sand mae a1ll1 etbeb, det daR aom y ordersa pyable to Yt seatheomb semaines he el U be glad toreoehve for pub Utlm e iewa orf resuauoa cid.ena upon a Bm aeeept pabltere. Al artlees for btietle du be dgmed by the writer, the wl a e pbalbed, hbouver, if the niter re.mees that it be wlibbeld. Of8cta Joural of WIan Parish. T.UBSDAY, - JAN. 5, 1905 THE WHITE FLAC pistl Over Port Arthur CalLa Halt. Bire :Defenders Beaten by Wse Japes and Ask for Sur reuder And Needed Relief. Port Arthur has surrendered. E~ihasted by months of almost cpntt fighting, decinated by disease and causaltuee and hope leasly maled in its rocky fortress, thb gallant garrison has yielded t4t its gallant besiegers and the egl neow written of the most drma~ r incident of modern General igi, commanding the J...

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. — 5 January 1905

.. ''`ý°` --~·'--~CE·~ lal Term. 1a, La. Dec. 17, 1'94 1, Clerk of dV0rt, inofield, La. y ordered jury term District Court be and for the parish of ucing at the court town of Winafield, on Monday, January You will therefore con ry commissioners of parish, to meet at -the at such time as you and you, together with 'loners, select twenty as possessing the legal s to serve as Grand - draw from the gener :box thirty (30) persons qualifications to serve as s for said term. give due notice of this ublishing the same in journal of the parish and spread the same minutes of the said d all parties charged together with the in such cases are re be present at said term 9, 1905. and signed at chambers 17th day of Dec. 1904. GEo. Wass, Judge, 5th District Court py: ABEL, Dy. Clerk. C. Winn Parish, La. Reduced Prices. Jackets, Gapes, Dress aderwear, Gents Fur "Goods, also .a general y goods jewelry and Special redno the next fifteen days. arket price paid for anid d other country in exchange for 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. — 5 January 1905

talm ige Sermon lrank De Witt Talmage. D.D. Los Angeles, Cal, Dec. 1&-In this ,bookmaking age, and particularly at the season when presses are turning out the largest of the year's literary output, the preacher in this sermon gives some timely advice as to the choice of books. The text is Eccleslas tea xi, 12. "Of making many books there is no end." * Wendell Phillips for many years went up and down the land delivering a lecture entitled '"The Lost Arts." That lecture was in most respects a glorfleation of the past. If, however, we should halo the present and deliver a new lecture entitled "The Found Arts," almost without exception most of us would catalogue the art of book 'making as among the greatest of all modern accomplishments. In our ego tlistic self complacency many of us .have long supposed that the ancients anew but little about books. We look upon the great English and American land French and German and Russian -flibraries as modern developments Lwhich would be just ...

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. — 12 January 1905

I EINTINEL. 'P Rrsa oF WINN. 40 TIUcSDAY MORNING, JANUARY C9s. Pic t. _ - HIS I THE TICKET. 0 o 0 FOM- CLOVER' SH *ES be aar n ei see n t s it wll clheap. Best line of Dry Goods in FOUR LEAP CLOVER SHOEl 4J, ;--II ~-+Kmweg wen tw:·I tbre-so et~ of 3, p s2 - i t a a a - , a ý ks i I4,ý x -k4 1 . t .. « Tsn :ilb _ý _"ý.-' .ý: .. ,.. ý .;rte . = os4re Jry Protesedinga. S . ifie~ ld, La., Jan. 3, 1905 The Police ry of the parisi of Winn,.met today in regulai esaiba parauam etwadjuarnment Roll cail showed alt memben present. Minutes of last meeting real and adopted. On motion the appointment of apportioners and reviewess for the different wards and overseer for all the public roasd through. out the parish was laid before th Sbody and the i4lllwing appor tioners and reviewers and over seers were appointed WARD ONE. . Apportioners and Reviewers SC Hand, E A Barton, P B McLain. " Overseers: No. Name Name No. 1 J B Porter J J Burkes 1 2 B Bailey WillisRisei 9 3 S M; nuth No. Appoint 8 " 4 Wa...

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. — 12 January 1905

a ýu ý .. _`i7Fi~ _ ý , - t ý r ~ 3' ý tf C L wý ýý X. TH1Sato po e .'·e ate os , fi C l zBg es Cno law but that of i..o enc~, ,ad must be performed even at the risk of his H-e. j._- consequently entitled to all means necessary JQr its protectio.. ?"..h .Xspirit of lawlessness so r:fe in our cities cannot al W e un er'by honeyed words or moral suasion. *141id ?e hikl hto our midst of multitudes of immigrants, e many, of whom come from countries where human life and law are held far less sacred than among us, wjhere the law of force is the governing power, and who have little conception of our laws and civilization, must be controlled to some extent by force. A police qffoer on duty, surrounded or pressed by a number of men, infuriated maybe by intoxicating liquor, or animated by hatred of law as embodied in the police, would have but little chance for his life if he were compelled to rely on his own physical strenetth only to defend it. That must be supplemented and made superior to...

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. — 12 January 1905

S , ýý k~ . QFThE CAL~F. Deveping: the ems. talisc fo~r Dary I _ ý 'ýI ýiI t is of te feminine 5a o the cow, and oer that and great-gram othercows and smas cows. Great virtue In a foatered trait After exhausted his wisdom in combinations he be harmoniously, and the the world as mother of I work of the feeder has be work must be grasped and tly !f much of the work is not nullified or at least some time, has said that ws must have good dairy -dairy form must show its ribs, its shoulder blades, jaw; there must be no ar evidence of fat. To se ty of the mature an! must never be allowed to The practical result of a lot is that the calf Is often fear it will take a notion -a not fulfill its ancestral Being underfed, it is fuae loped, and the function giving a large quantity of as I have said, an artS saturally follows that this first, and we have a of the very qualities we are emlarging and more firmly Inaour best dairy breeds. Ie one breeder, however, en design keeps his calves bere are d...

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. — 12 January 1905

11~'3~JiQ 1C~-55 m*II~ Coti f~mwlmw &y di ,a mllik ari n advance.) -* a .. « ......._....- -----*-- .. ... ea 4 THESTIS3JT HERN SENTINEL is tt 1sbuLm pap a1 Win parish people. .Abriveisimg aainmie knewl on e Iýic: fl; I hdliq sli eomxnunuiatilons antiad 3' a01 * lia, drafts and maey orders paykl 11 Tie Soathern Sentinel. Tie Seant el 5 be glad to:reeeive for pub Ulioin the views of reepon.ible ciUZc:.s upo i ii atters of public interest. AU artices for ,. blledsti tea be signed by the writer, the s will mot be published, however, 11 the writer requests that it be withheld. -QOffica Jokurnal of Winn I'r>-' T'HURSDAY, - JANI. f. ºOJ .EXIT. When, in the c'ur,: w :. : events, it becomes nEtcc: an editor to surrendor the irii, to another he usually writes a. valedictory, but I am not going to " do so this time. Shave sold The Sentinel, its Ssubscription list. good will, etc.. t6 Mr. J. H. Mathews, a.p1 i :n the time being I a.m on' ,'i ` c newspaper IbuSi~'. continuous perf:r .: y...

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. — 12 January 1905

An week. Montgomery Verda, spent in the city. Dodson, viS of Dodson, week on ofr LaGrippe. Xckly by Fo Tar. Refuse Hickory Val ly and paid of the sub this weeck. .,oftin, visited here first of of St. Maurioe, looking after O. M. Gris on buasines aof Monros wkhlooking Butkr, of hem looking rlast week. acknowledges, I from Mr. 0lla. bladdertroaub evented by oul. Co. of the se. Finnaeld on sad wifs, visitting at P. Gamble, week Bicawmptlop of o 1ee aato-~ load by 4Yrd Ica, .weeki pti ss ria uiv Stopit, A nogectd or coled may lead to serious bronchia" or lung troubles. Don't take chancfs when Foley's Honey and Tar af fords perfect security from serious effects ot.a cold. Sold by Grishamn Drug Co: Thanks. to Harry Eagles for three subscriptions which he handed in on his rctrn fr( int Arkansas Modail. e1ven!ng ,, iti lMr. Wr Ci:,1., of Ci2for nia, Md.. suffered for years from rt eumatism and lumibago. lie was finally advised to try Cham berlain's Pain Balm, which he did and it effected a ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 12 January 1905

it.r~ ~I: 3· "·9~.~ e; Irem i tn rwh e ethe irl e Mee e o m the npeture that, eme s -ovas drawn. I tra to look at now and them; a pe twe so outdoors Wheir boys ias knpcker er ay, ad gli Isa upahtres r. jdt as sweet as they can b-es sweet as they wes then. Ah. yes; I think they're sweeter now dnes they'l come not again. steesg memorry, tolmy the games we used to Play. I wnder if It benefits to turn to yester day. I wonder if it benefits a fellow when he's old To turn to other scenes and days and locks of braided gold. And girls he used to long to kiss, but whom he did not dare; But only dared to stand around and won der If they'd care. ,When Limae Hohlfelder was young. In aprons starched and stiff And yellow braids and dimpled chin. I used to wonder If But what's the use of maundering o'ec things we can't forget? rSu still her mem'ry comes to me and makes me wonder yet. nh, if she would or she would not, 'tis years too late to know. lSince we were young-Lord, stop the years!-'twas 20...

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. — 12 January 1905

`` m 7 fame emar st. Just d nobody, but am.e , and finds him 't become tamous putting so," cagJouras3ý along. Sin the song; am of ligiht COOING. straight, ChollyT to the right. what it should do. SLouis Republic. Tote 'Em. your poles abotT" float 'em " cheerful shLat: totem." y tired, young benevolent-looklng man with the teplied the student, a doctor." Why ,don't you let f th Pastor. English clergyman an old lady on her her way to church 4enpest, but r nrpy: "MY guaen utfter 10St oat of his to ciurch." hes mother is of the Aamedr.n that Interests herself is the Alioaa"-N. Y. r srbaseeaa tells; enWt meldaes abaus. ý.j ti y's -All' :mssiaS; ,... my.3, ts º g " t kepje Jo w the 'sjo t 4 ~ take beat-A auobteg s'a a MDofL=W they are they are hard w elea eý' get eaky doat.laemrs e'th. matter with em."-YI Zainma .I a jo4uV o i trth a-- * ked- father of his fve-year- I o-'Iaiigiter, who was suffering from I toothache. "I'd like tome teeth like mamma's, so I can take 'em out when they ache,...

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. — 12 January 1905

. swe m+a .lljtk ~ jf sanit t . 1' was .takings a IsSi &a aiht trap out In the coue. ry, aMn It attempting to pass a urm- -r's Wwage on a narrow read my trap . #ar overtarned and "I was thrown . eavily to the ground, sustaining a *badly sprained ankle," George Max-, . well says. "'the farmer came runaning up to assist me. and when he found * What was the matter returned to .his . lagon and came back with a few to .,baoco leaves under his arm. 'If you'll ,.it me make a poultice out of these .and place It on your ankle It will be all right in the mzoruig.' he said, and a uI was about fire m:I~ fr.m i, doe ,tor's office, with the pain t mfl ankle something fierce. I told him to go ahead. It couldn't do me any harm. ._ thought, and it might have a slightly cooling effect while I was driving back to town. He dipped the leaves in the * water of a creek near by, then bound them tightly around my ankle with Ithe aid of a handkerchief and assisted r me into my vehicle. When I reached my ...

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. — 19 January 1905

I I ERN SENTINEL. OPPICIAL JOURNAL PARISH OF WINN. 41-. WINNPFILD, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 19, 1905. Price 5 Cents. Scwaz. P o,. I, li - ' . lSlr1ý-1,5i eddv by g Compuny. .i mseld Pos.ees Masma U IINIGRATION that has been raised the large influx * ion is lssed claim that the per in the Un y increasing, aad be soon in this .i.reign element so 11 be beyond the SAmerican people to imilate it. is no immediate *h a condition is official statistics, that the for so far from in actually growing following figures Dr. Allen McLaugh ne Hospital, as with the Immi total foreign popu 75 per cent foreign 3.04; 1870, 5,567,229 " 1880, 6,679,943, 1890, 9,249,547, 1900,10,341,246, with only 2 to 3 *foreign population, absorb and make millions of indua foreigers, but their labor for t of its resomr DEVILOPtNUT. beU rbarometer of awl growth of a turd bWldimqgt, tha the South gr£tifilmg ashow y,, but the the ymw has -UA asB IWit The oftrack k aidti Whas td8b C whlath.r -~T j the aat: tiel...

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. — 19 January 1905

WINNFEl, LOIJN A. HAPPEIIICS OF tWEEKl BRIEF SUXNAIY 01 KOS! SNTE EST ING EVENTS 01 PAST SEVEN DAYS. WHAT CONGRESS IS DOING Progress of the Buaso-Japanese War in the War Elns-News from All Parts of the Union and the Latest Foreign Intelligence. CONGREmSSIONAL. 3 Representative Crumpacker, of In diana, has abandoned his fight to reduce the representation of southern states in congress. The house of representatives emphat ically disapproved the proposition to hold the inaugural ball in the capitol building. After a session of four minutes' dura tion, the senate adjourned until Janu ary 4, next. The house adjourned at 12:39 until January 4, after Mr. Mann objected to unanimous consent to take up the inaugural resolution. RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR. The Russian admiralty admits that advices from Port Arthur sent by Gcn. Stoessel substantially confirmed the Jap anese advices of the partial wrecking of the Russian ships in the harbor. The Japs are preparing a greater as sault than ever at Port Ar...

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. — 19 January 1905

hes o bee th - Central Statisa theu th tannel to Caetes o the. the heaviest stesa which has ever eectrico locomotis. Wh *. locomnotive trains 0n ' wig be hauled at etpaepeia. of control are inck that locomotives r an be copted operated b± a sb o . the leading cabso the train that may lie uder the design the locomotive is doe. and symmetrical in comstrao. it can be run in either diree. Neal facility. en the main frame of the to the steel cab in three diviions, a-e located the various devices the locomotive. The loco for both straight and headliglts atiire g d air co ireor. etc, being as every way with repIect to op' as a stem n locomotive. UGH FOR A NAP. Porter Thought That Van Winkle" Could Sleep It Out. eron has "in his time played " yet so closely is he u.enti Rip Van Winkle" that the lost sight of at when at had of seeing him. W hde he w AiLoun once he boarded a blow train for bt. Joseph. into the sa eeping-car, but act as the tram wys sue at ba. in the evening. It dawdled landin...

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. — 19 January 1905

*ti~,n.ll W ar ing of ass , s a r:ut volr Saturday. * * LA. R MeDousid of Gansville, as a balses. visitor -Monday. D. . James, of Royal, was e* sio to business at thisplace *h ., NOe Juary proceedings oamm. the greater part of our Shres this week. *0* J.&B.Milam, of Dodeon, has been in Winnfield on buisness for Sthe past few days. Earl Roberts, cashier of the bask of Colfax, visited our City on business Monday. * ** - AiJdgeA. A. Ganby, of Monroe, was here this week attending to business before the court. *0* Mrs. N. C. - LeStage, of t NQhitoches, is visiting this week at the home of her sister, Mrs. A. - L. MeDonald, on Main street. *0* J. L. Feguson, of Galveston, Texas, writes us to send him The Sentiael. 'The contents of the litter indicated that he meant it, Sas he inclosed the price. W. A. Harlan, of Wheeling, was among the court visitors Monday. While here Mr. Har lan ordered The eantinel and peaad a whole year in advance. *0* The many friends of Julieus -Long, who has be...

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. — 26 January 1905

L W+TNI LRN SENTINEL. loal Journarl ofW~rwinn Parish. WINNFIELD, LA., THURSDAY. JANUARY 26, 1905. NUMBER2 .ggj 'am ,, --i | --=m .I nm mm m mmmm nn mn• u ". ... +-atJl~m, l:I: lll . -i li : + _ .... 'N U M BE....42.. En EWS SLW OUTLINED ,t the Most Imptaat at Bome and Abroad ts Past Week. 'WORK IN NUTSHELL pmeats In the nRanse War, Together With a Interest Called From the t Happeaains All Ove. - . VOIGRESI,. John H. Mitchell, of Oregpa, if the United States sea his accusers and pub them as "malicious and of expense of conduct political campaigns is re in both houses in attempts to discover who of congress have agreed February 8, as the vassing the electoral votes for president and vice the United States and do result. adopted the twelve arti t against United Judge Swayne, of the rt of Florida, and an speaker to appoint a com to present the case to and conduct the impeach Pro Tem. Fry of the sea ted Messrs. Foraker and tellers on the pert of the mut the electoral vote on itone, of Mi...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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