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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 22 October 1892

Feliciana Sentinel. A1ATURDAY,. OCT. 22. 1892. RA YOU SARA P. O., Business Ilours-from 7 a. in. to 7 p. m. t4uaday Hlours-- to 10 a. m. Reg .tratlon and Muoiey Order Hlours-8 a. tn. to 5 p. m. Arrival and Departure of Mails. Closes. 1, X O T. Railroad. Arrivns. 3:10 p.m. North Train 3:10p. m P:00a.m. Sotith Train 9:00 a. m Baton Rouge & Bayou Sara, (river). Closes Daily (e xcep't Snuidayl) at 16 a.m. D)ue to Arrive at 0:30 p. m. Natchez & Bayonu R8ra, (river). Closes, Tuesday. T'hursday & Saturday at 12 p. in. Due to Arrive, Wednesday. Friday and S " unday at 3 a. nm. F. M. MUiMFORD, Letters Front the People. We are notaresp .nsible for the opin lone of correspondents. All conlml ni cationsl mus ,nliat )ear the nmime of the an thor. not for publicatioan but as :a guar aint a of good faith. The dust isar.ffrocatirg. No rain yet at neon Friday. For sphlendid lt:ons go to Mrs. Aunten's foot of the hill. Moors'sFirl.t Quna:cr next Friday at 4:2G p. in.. - Let the r:cw lover...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 22 October 1892

Saturday. *ftR.ANCrIw otLL. LOUISIANA THAT ARE TO BE." tense is t lous tiaued, " tlh7saina w'shue, ond chat Mt~yl- ''That' S- w thess to me translate Of lovssad love ad lovia your se Ia she days that are to be be crusho •- "-" " BesC iunder's roll A1t the A iwi5IIbmoaing insti et Like a I= = oul, tust. Another oice is saying tive gal Still something sweet to m agreed,' . O q, , a, ayi, anhine.: I She t are to l. ir gned. Over whe mhe dark . The g rom the warring ocean S Blakdes, sleet .d all trees. A blessed voice kees staging *WVil The sweetest song to me with tl f p-eae that pusseth knowleodge which i In the days that ae to be. wad Over where the pink is, "Let Skyward.with the red, So at From the tender blue land ated t Arching overhead, A vojpe is ever alpaigte on all Sweetest things to me. directi Of love.andlovo iaalovlui followi In the days that ate to be eve of LEleaaor Kirl, in Detroit Free Press eve o For I I saw 1 until sotppe - space T day break, age in Thursday, my ...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 29 October 1892

'THE FE CIANA SENTIN OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TIE CITY OF BAYOU SARA AND TE --BOAD OF EDUCATION. VOL. XVII. ST. FRANCISVILLE, LA.,-P. O. BAYOU SARA-SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1892. AT LAST. The years I lost before I knew yea, Love: Oh. the hills I climbed and came not to you. Love! Abh! who shall render unto us to make Us glad, T.e things which for and of each other's sake We might have had? If you and I had mat and played together, Love, Two speechless babies in the summer weather, Love. By one sweet brook which though it dried up long Ago Still makes for me a sweeter song to-day Than all I know. If hand in hand through the mycsrlaus gate. way, Love, Of womanhood, we had first looked, and straightway, Love, Had whispered to each other softly, ere Il'yet Was dawn, what now in noonday heat and fear We both forget If all of tlis had given its completeness, .Love, 'To every hour would It be added sweetness, Love: Could I know sooner whether it were well Or Ill 'With thee! One wish could I more sur...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 29 October 1892

-j~ ,.U~~ EIB --F syoe 8'ar Postl Olloe a JIaan mail antmtr. . . .i $s so y - - Fo P. A TEN. Editor - - Lessee. P. A'JStSE ,. Publisher. ,. O O PT. 2 9, 1892. TO3 PRUSBIDTDr, SGROVER CLEVELAND, OF 4EW YOURK. TOR VICE PRESIDENT, ý I_ E. STEVENSON. Fo4 uoxonss. +.- SIXET COXGRE88IONAL DIST. SM. ROBER.TSON. iltrs.. P:resident Harrino ndy Bowen beat John 8. rt in the eighteenth round, p aksemine last Sunday. xWA strike of the laborers and draymen of New Orleans threat es t'have serious results. a'Before the McKinley bill went into effect Jun Corbett was getting about $1,500 a year while now-Rah for McKinley. 6An appalling accident by whic ifty thousand lives were lost iws caused by the breaking of the banks of the Yellow river, in China, recently. lBRichard Noland died at %Memphis from injuries received in a glove contest with Jack Da vis. The grand jury found a true bill for manslaughter against Davis. UISThe Shamokin express on the . Philadelphia and Reading road collided with a tra...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 29 October 1892

Feliciaa ueutine&. AT AY: OCT. 29. 1892. .BAYOU. SARA P. O., ltusltaesu.Hour--from 7-a. m. to 7 p. m. lSunday Hours-9 to 10 a. in. Reg .tratlon and Muney Order fIours--8 a. ia. to 5 p. in. Arrival and Departure of Malls. Closes. L X O & T. Ralilroad. Arrlver'. 3:10 p.J. North Train t :IlOp. in 0:00 a.m. South Train 9:00ia. m Baton Rouge & Bayou Siara. (river). Closes Daily (exeeplt Snatdays) at 6i a.m. D)ue to Arrive at 0:30 p. aI. YNateciez & B:aou Sara, (river). ('oses, 'Tuesday. l'huiraday & Saturday at 12 p. m. line to Arrive. WVednIesday. Friday and Snllldy at 3 a. ln. V. 3I. 31l' MOlI, letters Front the People. We are untt"reap -nsible for the opin ions of corlespondents. All comm l -lll cations 'tmiUst liear lilth name of the na thor. not for piulllhihltloln but is a guar ant. t, of good faith. Head the cards t.f thanlks in at.other col tau n. lToon,4 First Quarter yesterday at 4 :26 p. im. For splendid lemlions go to 'Mrs. Austen's foot of the hill. The ...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 29 October 1892

eel e seh thests y wirll i stes, mAtr "te_"a e Ain a' CAaaial t ~atty, aIsquid red st e trtenaly , and acts di Hotetter's t blo sand mueeus surfaces oftu e systm-. eod r -atesthfdoalas, tree- Bold by Dru ts,76. F. J. ers.Y & CO., lsaeo3tent rem-o, Ind ludigeetieliver c r mpn 1 ta: sp. *enit ut -and-Puc i *_ _ BAsax woe ee oleric O hisaeU olar S:leto ba not ueoernsu do y comma-la i Somebacilli oto him.-a B o Td . . o, ,aw A'xr _,L Paul, inn, w .ill b eis trial pree eh iae, Aar so.tha. h CaToo acheDrops f r e ienstant e a. Ht worst cases, and cures wherlu le othe e fa: l L. Hamebis paper and send address. thee" ""Ye, but be doeaI seeom to have a i. necessary ginger to a'eaiotbl foal - g j. .. CEIKsu o Co., l'op riets, T oledoI Alms the 'apace" that kils comes-Re - ea~esat in Pac-Puck. . any propriet myod e w l Made only in ýSt. Helen., Euglasd. Tea worm 5t' sin the ground for fear · ilse.ti Upon Troubled Waters Is Hale FikeTooht'haoheopt-cuie in onsmiante. Tea minutes areybe...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 5 November 1892

THE FELI CIANA SENTJNM O-- FFICIAL OBRAN OF THE CIIITY OF AYIOU D THr BOARD OF EDUCATION. VOL. IVII, ST. FRANCISVILLE LA.-P, $AYOUI SARA-SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1892. VLXVIST FRANCISILE""L - . E U- - WORLD'S FAIR CITY. oThr originsa Fresh Notes of Interest on Chi- eers fr sago's Great Exposition. soldier showix Attraetlve Bolillags of Foreign Nltions seemany's lenutifal Structure-Cl cago's Edneational Exhibit. by roC the ch [Special Cbteo Corresondeaeal slende As it is generally true that the most nd Interesting part of a woman's letter is end the postscript, so it would not be sur- ments prising if the most fascinating part of the Bands world's fair, at least to a large number I the of visitors who have never been beyond strum the boundaries of these United States, ihich would be found in those quaint, char- but al aeteristic structures, outlandish in the sae. true sense of the word, that will fringe Afa the main buildings of the exposition seent proper to the north. Certainly they ...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 5 November 1892

&r 4%b R 11vº 1 Bun .Pww Office as -cYF t" ialt ,tiattcr. - _ - F 7 pt- y Y the ?di-h - .&uWEN. Editor - - Lcscc. .. P.- A:JSTE-. Publiaher. " tiqpi Peu"ratio Nominees, -+ý.": FOR PRE81DET, iGROVER CLEVEILAND. OF NEW YOHK. FOR VICE PrIxsImE ýA°?L4 E. STEVENSON. OF ILLINOIS. FoR CONGRESS. iSXTR CONGRESSIOONL 1)DIT. SM I. ROBEITSON. airGrunewald Hall, on Bar Iuae street New Orleans, was totatly destroyed by. fire at 2 :25 o'clock on Momlty morning. iWL'Mr A. E. Miller, late edrtor of the Mirror is reported serious Aiy ilLs We trust lie may speedily regain his health. aIirMr. W. L. Oakley, train <dispatcher at Centralia, Ill., for he Illinois Central, has been ap oiatcd chief dispatcher for that d at McCumb City, to succeed ]Mr. J. 'agnahan, acting chief - atmtcher. .itlOne of the greatest events of the Century, in religious Cir eles, is the conversion and recon ciliation to the Caitholic church of Mgr. Chisniou, the Nestorian Patiiarch, and of his clcrgy and people. This p...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 5 November 1892

VAiY(W SARA.PA 0, usn!cei.s EBouermn.froim a. In. to . ( ti:. iuudal, ll(our--9 to 10f a. m. bleg- t -trntlon and Money Order houn---S n. r Iai. to 3 1). n11. Arrival land lDeparturc of Matil. th ('tla es. L.N (I& T. Itaillu:' el. ".\rrivt' . , "i t:10I" l. . Noih Tri :''r :1l) . I it:OU n.m. oM Lth'I ,r'lit ii " " t .hi it ilaton Iltonge ,; BUyi6t .t nr: . trivet), I i (',lo,. lai!"y (,.xbibit.-s lilya;"llý ; - ni.u,. to Dut ito .lrrlve att(lO p. in. NX:thezx .: L,, Su1I:l'n. (rivelr). (lo10;c. TLinly. tV;hurlllaty & atRlllayI t'." I)nie to A lt 't f.l.tinletdn . 1.'idly :1.t.! w S i. titd a  t :' l . ll . " t Le F rol the P!e4ole. w Wi tr nt'r''ei 'sp  l'o for the opin- ill iot:. of eorre-pi.tidtit. \I tcinul . ni- ' t':llion+l .1n11 I III'~" 11tu e of tihe nln Ihir. lt.t for itubllettotiin ut as a gur llit Ie of goiuil alIth. -I No ilnst nomw. W1'eather warm. null imoon vrstilrdy ilt 1( .49 n.n. T _lm --h---;,,L_v'7.'~~ l-ed, Read tIhe nat irtiisentnt heradt i...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 5 November 1892

"i rAt Iv, WUKSTfa'. UWUnmArAL i QUON ILL , O.4NOO. the a st o le itseow how Jim ena Iw U o ke . arw; he were of black .heep's wool, me wil a t ao "beef eritter'e" hlSa iherfL lled i ts the fall hspsaloek tunas i thewister at etting the UtyranoaIto red the.. s wteor deeateod, bat we nade ma mmhe heehouee was old ad shabby from as he puitrauUvt a trm,- Th gds lsrt of the windows. t was awful bo hebde to keep war: hi t.s shoomaster's deh was whittled by knives or boyes o the score, -nlialsae pepholme and ink spots were thick on thi thae agging old door be amtthstameaar tay sweetheart Ia the lid of st my ehsk one da, eade iseeemaster "wared my acket" to the oldoriginal way. thm Whemver we dsobered orde the mterrule camse a. into lpla. fog And it let a sting behind it that lasted fora near a day: The bosty d ma nire iss tosted, the girls took 1ig tarns with the broom, wi lad swept and garnished with evergreen T 'bouhs ah wals or the dingy room Every moraais we read in concert and lifte...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 12 November 1892

THIE FETTICIANA SENTINEL OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE CITY OF BAIOU SARA AND THE BOARD Of EDUCATION. VOL. XVII. ST. FRANCISVILLE, LA.,-P 0. OBAYOU SARA-SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1892. O. 6 CHARMED BY RATTLERS. Five snakes and a Rat Do Battle i in a Hotel Wihdow. I a A ES, SIR" said t 1 John Ailbert., , 1 2' the traveling groceryman. f "Rattlesna k es I can charm, pro- t vided you have c enough snakes a and put a rat r in with them. t - Then you watch c them. They s " won't charm i the rat. No. They will a charm you. a S That is, if you t are anything I ' like I am, and s you call it being charmed to stand c gazing steadily at snakes and rat, with no inclination or desire to take your eyes off and go away. I was under the t spell of such a fascination the other night, and I believe I would be there r staring at those snakes and that rat yet I if something hadn't happened to break g the spell. "It was up in Punxsutawney, Pa. I There have always been a great many r rattlesnakes about l'unxsutawn...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 12 November 1892

baa Beitiae. U¶~5OKN .4.4L bOV(trugT!C. iDif5T EVI Y SATURD Y. N.tera4ls thelo yeln Sara Poast OMoe as uotrm.l-elas mauil nuaatttrr. r2ms ow sasemltsoN. - sawes~tat saisead.) o Year, - - - - - si 50 3lslatb .. - x omnahs, - - * o no~musesas eby lb ..sbi>ar. . D. AAu TEN. Editor - - Lessee. JNP. P. AUSTEN. Publisher. SAT1URDAY, NOV. 12. 1892. _ational Democratie oesmiecs, FOn PRESIDENT, GROVER CLEVELAND, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ADLAI E. STEVENSON. OF ILLINOIS. FOR CONGRESS. SIXTH CONORESSIONAL DIST. S. M. ROBERTSON. Urace Charch. At the Sunday moning service IOr. Douglas will give an account of the late General;Convention with the Pastoral letter of the House of Bishops. IW'Some excitement was creat ed on the' streets yesterday when it was announced that twenty po licemen had been stationed at a well known jewlery store on Canal street, but it subsided when it be came [known that the policemen were there to keep the clocks from striking. Thanks., John B. Dawson, Sec'y and...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 12 November 1892

Feliciana Sutineu. SATURDAY. NOV. 12, 1892. BAYOU SARA P. O., p Busines flours-from 7 a. m. to 7 p. in. .undt:iy Iloiurs-9 to 10 a. n. Reg stratiou and Muoney Order Hloul-s-8 a.4 m. to 5 p. m. Arrival and Departure of Mails. Closcs. I, N 0 & T. Railroad. Arrivws. 3:10 p.m. North Train : :10p. in i:00 a.nm. South Trailn :OOs. ICl Baton Rouange & Bayou Sara, (river). 1fil Closes Daily (except Sundays) attai.ti.1m. D)ue to Arrive at 6:30 p. m. R01 Natlhez & Bayou Sara, (river). lil Closcs, Tue.tsday. rTlhursday & Saturday :at 12 p. uII. D)ue to Arrive, WVedii.o day. Friday and Sunlday at :1 i. iu. - F. i3. 31MlNFORD, Ietters Fro-m thicPeople. We :tii' not rep ln.sible for the opin- 1:1 jIolt( O, (of c rrro natlltii°es. All conOli nIt cations t -ll;iu )tuctr L:r e I;l e- (Of the ai - I 01 thor. not for publhicttloln but as a glar- g aut a of gaod faith. - -L -- - -- - tilt 1O htrdyInmt! r(I ltah for 'alumliny! tu I toll r _'bou:t usf! hurn th( it' ___il__ o(t1 .Moly I-o...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 12 November 1892

2144 Meusair Rg lan's eon ha one," s ieetim dIay" is an ap. ove er story by Ellen Florence Howe Hall lartyD-ualoni Fair." Pt.ber Way," by Car Sn bright story of a g TheI aerials by'Kirk Mun -"t~Cboral Ship," and "That Mary Ana' by Kate Upson Clark," which all ~ ay and girl readers have voted as e a.. " enadwith this nnmber, for a new .lme of the ever-popular WRns A!At wlu begin with the December bes. Price O90 cents a number, . s year. On sale at news stands or .mapostpaidwon rtceipt. of pride, by D. SLothrop Company, Publishers, Boston. --------~ ,. x-satar a Blow Match-A bashful young mas'aooasrhip.-Drake's Magazine. Leek at the Cleeki *" hms how regularly it pendulum swings T.o and fro. Withkindr moregularity do the bowels move when the habit of body is re .fomed by the torough-Galveston laive and prw ief in wort of dgestion and secretion, heoster t.tsr% Stomach Bitters. The liver, too, al Wasys affected in constipation, resumes its vii*r yy when this medicine is used. Not 1sll...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 19 November 1892

oFFIcIAL 0301.31 o THE CITY 03P IAOU SLHA AND THE DOLED 01 EDUCAISI. . . .. 4 . o"ao u · ", ' - - . . . "" ":' S"R"A-SATURDAY, ', VEMBER 9, -8 . VOL XVII. ST. FRANCISVILLE, LA.,-P. 0. 8A ARA-SATURDA • . .nt I . 1.1ul _ ..__...,. . nv . rn Iý wel poduc a , 'F "-PULLEY__ BONE." ta few t Scall fthel t RAT Thaakala' mother b day I went It was Down to Deacon fortable . Brown's, tatent NeH o much on bre the As in coatn' searve Hettle To aubmit to Sary the lst Ann somethta' that, I Thanks swan to man, alone fo Love'd for more' a As ash year prepe y me insw at Butin'e p l ' ingat It soaret mea would large. h Wasll we at the and CA SDown the track e' Presa `.s .day an' set door, at Whar the elves e twilight met, fin.shed *Lesgtn' 'round. impatient like, whle Waitin' for the time to strike while Wlten her pa an ma'd a'joura'n' touches Leave us ther to speak our yearnin'. she ask Seem'd, stafore that hour'd come, sad no Doomsday'd amble in. I vuml ter. But it lit at last, an' see "Lig Cider...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 19 November 1892

'Sit : `19. 1892. me wounds. itelaw, brace up 1 were turkeys, . ing we would still howls about ery well, every fool ally. Senate will have 45 and a Democratic pre `lmnd will have a major t eait 982 n the electoral ever both Harrison and Agood wife is line the ivy ieantifes the building to l)n gligs, twining its tendrils lovingly as time converts the edifiee into ruins. B "If you see a man on the looking weird, cadaverous umeanny, you may know it is diaow who is not looking out keederal job. ' When approached by the in the other day, McKinley b~ e ladn't had timertostudy ssplt. He has had time now, wat's th use of trying to he on a cyclone? ~i CT doountry is spared an i~adction of Henry W. Blair, onEtl Bill fame, that a's party friends in the congressional district of New hire having thoughtfully "him to stay at home. iW-INGEltmSortJ is.a very skillful wriggler 't he hast failed thus far ,t, esfairy uirm out of the iagCR 'o which his innate Srine.s projected him when he insulte...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 19 November 1892

W 'McjWe tý11AYOJ SARA P. o., Busi neUss Itours-froma 7 a. in. to 7 p. son, iv m- tu. udav iHours-9 to 10 a.'m.. Rfeg itration and Money Order Hlours-- a". I few m. to a p.m. . ' r. Arrival and Departure of Msils. leans, Cloes. I. N O & T. IRailroad. 'Arrive,. town &:10 p.m.. NorthiTrar n 8:10p. m 9:00a.m. South Train 9:00a. m Mr. Baton Rouge & Bayou lara, (river). and M Closes Dailv (except Sutdays) at Stia.mn. Satur De':, eto"Arrive at :30 p. m: J. D a..tehex.t Baton Sara, (river), Tused, 'luesday. 'Prhrsday & Satltrday ) at 12 p.i m. D4to Arrive, Wednesday, Friday and Iat met Sundayat at 8. i. fellow F. 3f. 3IiUMFORD, lie we -Letters From the People. btan We are not rap.nslble for the opin Ions of correspondents. All comimi ni- r. tttoios nlust bear Ihe name of the st- D. & tltor. not for piilltcation but as a guar ant.e of good faith. rived proce It was a settler. Wedr New moon to-dlay at 8:t9 a. m. Frida Did you hear Oabrlel blowing M his horn? depar It the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 19 November 1892

arr *~ a .- astbor w-- do uim~1. am bA~ N )TU * assbo aon hamne,io Sway whop. *· ds·lyse. ur dues- 40 bssoto "m wItohiog *i tar ad ft ~sot _ hAlad bout boar is dands Of ha l it Ohs " portion ri-aaat . do pir sas' dor SOI wisey fora' ammo da 1Is f ds%. bp ased .we mu.'.. I tanom. Jeosts n daok. . TY1 uilos or .u.e7 mmd pelt. sheat Rom oi. nee, "M b tsa hag'st owing'. '!!.roms fe bhs hahway, a. sair shaUUIO1Ug d"F. ý whshYIIp. isareot! ts Vw thwr. ho matog. alaa m ..u ta it . ` TH RAREST FEAST. % oo m. ýam saome on~w. a Art'k0ss o. ghaoe Us7.. nos uskr'db dtieO 'd5cdap Iht a uihs.. u r· t~ tI a t - b ef m, -ad~ l a / . lo ' . MOOS ridk r tlw rt. ` #' r' -bIII·-oa g" le. aslt W.Hi 4 · (use a >a. mints whha t ; 'a autsm mat~ .s In .-~~ ~ mmrlwrr vcr lw Y~lm ho sm dso w .r I drp.: -..eat · Uwe ne ~~~-. ~- SW~~r~t~ a ~S asatO mrg' mr e euttarrafaaewp a-,-r a- your mr rrr· Yd. I 's' ..til ri.ý s··r atn sa".'· ;r ·Qt · i dwd PusPm ·.·i ~(rrlrm ad.r~lr rUY ~r·a -- as-etL a -gie. o. w e"...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 26 November 1892

H.T -- -A O: ICIL. o-OA Of THE CITY OP ·,e , M i IA-W T uMau or w-CATIMu . VOL. XVII T. FRANCISVILLE, LA..-P. O. BAYOU :SARA-ATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1892. . LEGAL UrEDITAAT 5 What a twe . yem as D t ar 'Jsema oa the Law of Will. . weolse a gi Iascetmra i Iser would 1 give seethes for Jude ad July Tria, l rp mat , ar C t IotfUetes oas 0--io btcB Chytty, hnt, prpealas>e Ah. 3 wl nyles bhetp te to py the bll i ow nlst howcrt an Cad wi l Seb anged by reading Janesaa w hat a e te a "Jury T.alla" to meli Or esa, or VtUty? hactaaet- in * har mar u  . lMA ntlI i It thrat kad'- r In Ca - 's aurrt t so ae Nwi heed. Po.m iespia.am le ao fmos-r U1 'llyer'i pa snersrtp' I've read o A(ln uea t t); "Contract to vdh or Saooe on named Fitzslauou Pi tdees Iat seem to help me on. 'Lsee i no statute I can fad di SWill mk a euld. t chanlge ler eld SNMe know I where the itl onts t ht ~ SG a law wtiu help me win A ntt lithe mitne-or I'd begin l "seaearcblt out It Isn't la a MIy ese t Le "eading (su...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 26 November 1892

t r L ~~set h1a1 I mn seoat fea *perty tcuie Smtlanated that in the s Ie the. 1,70,00,., wUI be speaklg the ,whileonly 3M. be opeekiae other i. dtheo t age oet Dash Beriiad or t* gibthe victoria Mla wrs a-is won by 0ev idlu.S they Uae of the opia. at the way as petties leo S isto be hemgred with ti , l ialn'aotn for Pres.l  " iS M all of them do :- d tha heI will, if momated, its to New nslaud. Rssell -. wny able O and worthy yOma w i bat has friends are startin S o*ma fiser him sch too earley ail ji weatest searprAe of tie 4 e- was the extremely close -sws the Republicans bad 1i 'M de. That the people the dad aidr we thinklng and asae na their mind how they would vot Schows by the fact that there weee7 little campaigning ando s  eD rse of both political par. 1e eft the State and took the sgmp ra the East and Northwest. The epublieaas had no fear of t)e the aate .ad the Dmo as bes oe earrying at, swtes ý II by a few heua wha they were sure of f act less them 80,000 t" anm *aen....

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