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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 1 May 1885

Whe_ __t __ ndiel+_ l E 2 IELD, FRIDAY, AY 1, 188. NO 0. IME ~l t INNIELD, LA., FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1885. NO 0 U M tSlTHEit SENTIIEL Joarnal of Winn Parish. . .i"---=- --'-- • 1¶iISlIED EVERY FRIDAY, BT Trat ,FIELD PUBMIsllNG COXPA T, AT II the Winnaeld Po t Offie as second c.-ass mater. absheription per year, in advance. 02 00 COMBINED) With weekly Timn-es-lmocrat.. 3 00 With Southern Cu'ltivator....... 3 00 With Ilmocrat and Cultivator.. 4 00 Advertising Rates. sa'i.. per inch or tless 1 00 .& -. - - iOi 8 er s Stl 0 - o Lrr -- .oSul pmlione. - oio. idnes- .5 .5 1125 100 13 00 1 150 26 00 42 00 a - 24 00 35 00 so s00 . 45 a0 or a 0 a0 I 1 4000 .r Ies.. Nouperi l type, is a square. M1 personal character will be charged Schedale of aill. and aontgao", daily, exce ut ds y, at 5 P. M. liiy except Sunday, at 8 A. M. and Uohnuabla, Tfusdays and Fridays at 12 Y. Tarndays and Fridaysat 1iP'. . ad Vernon, Tuesdays and Fridays at 12 v. Teidas arnd irIdays at lP. 3. aew and Sparta, every Wedn...

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. — 1 May 1885

WINNUFEW. WINK PARBISH LAS. SHE RULES. Mhae ather Adam tiat was fooled, b.e weld la bhn by woman ruled; Seb rutea by tagies t ber own. A leagh. a sigh, a smile, a frown. A cheerful word to banish care, A getle touch, a silent prayer, A leder hug, a good-night kiss. . pflag peace and hallowed blisW lShe srlth not with gun or spear, Her chosen weapon is a tear; She conquers oft by tenderness And sympathy for sore distress. ahe many cunning ways can find To make sabalisive vain mankLind' From any craft appearing free, A clever actress sho e an be. A lies can be or else a lamb, A hurricane or else a calm; A furious hawk or cooing dove So fall of ire or full of love. New this is woman's little plan To rale the world, by ruling man: And be who doubts that she doth rule, Should try the matrimonial school. EASTER DAY. The emen estivia o the Ohris tlan Year. Vasusm Anesent Customs-The Sleplueer .ew-eastr liag-The alversal U.s s1 Eg-ImltattCles A Costly Curlusity. . ll Christian churches conc...

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. — 1 May 1885

- HOM AND FARM. a .deopbythe labor savedh e.l the avng of seed, sad of In ýy1--2ey 31ýsm. . lo Isdesirable to prsets. the "fiwth of a horse's hoqlf the best s· Cd i to keep them freuentul wet. .le rample apUlication of water is all -abt is necessary.-Chicago 7me. -A Wisconsin farmer recommends S5msure cre for potato bug to plant , m or two flax seeds in each hill of po g: r es. He says the bugs will shun it very time, and for ten years he has •q .n su cPssfulin growing potatoes. - -Corrosive sublimate, dissolved at the rate of one pound of the poison to ree gallens of water, will keep wood ram decay in nearly all situations. The wood must be well seasoned, so. that the pores will be entirely filled by the .quid.-N. Y. Herald. --The less from feeding grain whole to domestic animals is well underswood by intelligent farmers. Some have fiond by careful experiment that ,iding corn increases the value as n-svenis to five, when fe i to swine, making a gain of forty bushels in every hundre...

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. — 1 May 1885

Utmera Str Lodge 151, F. A A. M., meetlt Winubid on the second Saturday 1J eub sonth. S. M. Sxsrn, W. M., .. J. . AJL. Secretary. Ig~o 168, F. A As-Y .. - tootgounm y on Saturday before i h b eat mout):. .i. v. ab 'IoAN.w. I.. J. Y. MCCarN. Secretar). PA·ISri PIKCTORY. CI3CCIT.COURT OF APPEALS. ob. .B. George ................. .... 0on. J. C. Monnre...... ........ Judge Tis.-First Mondays In April and ovembers FOL'RTr.DISTUICT COLRT. Boa. B. D. Bridger ..............Judge bea. George Wear .....l)istrit Attorney Civil Temn.-First Mondays in March, Jap. September and Iecember. .Jry Terms.--First Mondays in June W. . . wers, Sheriff and Tax Colector. L. C. Jeaes......... lerk and Recorder J. T. Waace................... Assessor Dsl. F NBrian................Coroner W. i IA1 S..........Parih Treasurer 8. i. tSmith.......President Police Jury J, J. Dickeron, President School Board J.M. Abel.......... Magistrate, Ward I PAROCRIAL GLEANINGS. Mr. Bea Albrigbt of ward 6, was In tow, on Monday...

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. — 8 May 1885

ot I VOLUME 2. WINNTFIELD, LA., FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1885. NO. 31. THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL B)iRal Journal of Wian Parish. NPBISIIED EVERY FRIIDAY, I.B THE WUIIFLELD PUBLISHING (OMPANY, AT WbtMeIL Whi Parlal Ius.Iaa. J... WALLACE, ..............Editor. Eatered at the Winnfleld Pont Office as cerotd class matter. aSbacription per year. in advance. $2 001 With weekly Timee-Demuocrat.. 3 00 With Southern Cultivator...... 3 00 With Denuocrat and Cultivator.. 4 00 Advertising Bates. ems lusertioa, per iach or less - $1 ( Zach eabseqaeat insertion - Lscal Notices, per line, - - srAic. I n. 3 in. 6 - . It. i w. One inch....... 0 SS o 5I $ 750 I° 1s10 TWe hes- - -- 5 i5 7 ! 125 18 G0 ,Three ibees -- J .50 11o1 5 o 24 0 --ear Tnbes - I 9 °" 13 25 49 00 3000 FvI lwbaes . - 11 00 16 001 2n00 300 i- ellehs- - 1300.d lso fis0o 4201 afI colauen - - 2400 35 00 5 00 so 00 Oa! Cols.m ... 45 00 5 00 1O 00 1400 Ta lies or less, Nonpareil type, is a square. Casld of a personal character will be charged Sched.le...

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. — 8 May 1885

Elut #s~rt ds tdl aInFIELD, W PnImSH Co., W.'ITN N FIELD. WINND PARISH LA.. WHAT MAKES HER DEAR. It it not the sparkling light of her eyes, Nor the beautiftll sheen on her rippling hair; Northe arching mouth so winsome wise. Nor her rosy cheeks that makes her fair. Nmor is It the tint of her waxen skin, Northe lightsome tr aftl of her dainty feet, Nor her tiny lily-white Lhands wherein Ileth the charm that makes her sweet. Nor is It the ring of her merry laugh, ULke rippling music, low and clear An lannoct nt child, a woman half It Is gat these that make her dear. It is not the dimples in her pink cheeks, Though happy love might lurk therein, And mischief, lihke a fairy, seeks To hide away in her dimpled chin. It is net the charm of her lovely face, The snowy shoulders and rounded arms, Nor the dainty, delicate, girlish grace Of slender finger, that wins and charms. ButIt is the light of her soul so pure That shines from her beaming hazel eyes; The spirit's beauty, that shall endure...

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. — 8 May 1885

FOREIGN GOSSIP. -The Tiehbbrne claimant is exhibit himself to small audiences in Ea mpd to earn a living. ..-Of the 217 members who in 1821 emsed the Paris Geological Soclety Mid to be the oldest organization of its id--only one is now living. -While elephant hunting recently in Ha Garrow Hills, in Bengal, Lords Ar thr and Henry Grosvenor captured eighty-flve elephants in three drives. -It has always been the belief of Mrs. Burton, 'Aife of the well-known traveler, thr since England took the ohi-t-noo~, diamond. proverbial for the f.i.loc. it brings, nothing but disaster has attended all concerning British In -A fatal duel, arising from a most -rivial cause, is reported from Cologne, where two officers met recently, and, after the exchange of seventeen shots, one of them was mortally wounded, ex p ring within an hour. The cause of the doel was that one of them put on the ether's cap. -A young Englishmau has had his left leg specially exempted from the in surance granted him by sever...

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. — 8 May 1885

LOBGE MEETIXGS. Eata Star Lodge 151, F. & A. M., metat Winneld op the second Sato rda In each month. S. M. Sx.rr, W. Mi., J. M. AnB., Secretary. MogemeTy Lodge 168. F. & A. M., sen at ontgomery on Saturday before de fourth Sunday in each mouth. Ii. V. kCt'AIN,W. M.. J. I. McCAI' N, Secretary. PARISH DIRECTORY. CICCrIT .coRT;OF A rrAL.S. eis. A. B. Geore ................... Hon. J. C.Mloaeure .............. Judge Terms.-First Mondays in April and Woember. VOURTII DISTRICT COI'RT. Oea. R. D. Bridger ...............Judge Hon. George Wear.....District Attorney Ci1 Terws.-First Mondays in Marvh, JlPY Sember and I)ecenber. JmTernns.-First Mondays in June a scember. W. . J. Sewers, Sheriff and Tax Colector. R. C. Jones......... Clerk and Recorder J. T. Wallace...................Ase.sor Ds. F. X. Brian...............Coroner W. A. Little............Parish Treasurer . Y. MSmith.......P.reaident Police Jury J. $. Dickerson, President School Board J. Y. Abet..........Magistrate, Ward I ...

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. — 15 May 1885

a '<"" , . .t i_,_ - _ _ _ L.KE 2. WINNFIELD, LA., FRIDAY, MAY 16, 188,. NO. 32. F iifii . SENTIIEL Juraal of Wia Poliub. T, ?U=5LJUED EVERY FRIDA1Y, PURBIJM IG COIPAiT, 1 WnP'a Pa ,+M· rPaSi Eth. WI4*.eO~ecas seed 1-. $outheea Cultivator....... 300 dwa -. L iu (ru*trvatoW 300gd per, hue. * * 15 cs. t a 3M. 6 a. 1 n. 7 I y 139 ýý -. H 13 0 s 00 SW life a 30 3900 - - - 00 1350 10 42 0 14651 m 33 a 2 8SW9 GO: I~Y owl Os iss i.. (m .. S0.se e. r 1ee. Nomm1I typs,WI a aqua"e. air at a perma chncwiui be bwoged ·i Ldieilk Of Eifts. _ Mcsatgonmry. 4y, except Sunday, at A5P. )1. daiyexce1pt nhaudsy, at 8 A. H. Tiomas and 1ridayast 12 Y. and , rld a, a 1 P. X. Twvsays and Fridds5 at 12M3. ya and Friday. atl P. X. Wwlnesd y 5P. K. every . Thmwiaay at $A. 3. i ". t N, Post ster, J$OPESW.fY.L CARD'?; Z J. F. KELLY, DIL F. W. 3R1A!YS 1ý W srt WIke KI La iii. tE . SBT ONG ~-~j~ 1IU! f Thar f~iit. l ce ~gk~ MDb ·i 43q¶l July, aina 'li WIN* : sP~ ,j Jury List. STATE OF LOUISIANA, 1'ARII OF WIN ....

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. — 15 May 1885

sita r86 Lodge 151, T. AA. ., ý.est llitakel or the second Saturday it M triitGs. # S S . Sums, W. N.. J. M. Asa. &cnetary. Umpsriny Lsedge 168, F. &t A. N.. in~M U~m~. aer 0 Sataftky before IIl Y 7 inr ea cresd1t bot. 11. V. XCCuamW. 3.. J. Y. McCAu . Secrtary. PAURX DIRICTORY. _,; ITcOcco OF ArPPALS. sm A. R .eorg......... .......... Na.. J,. Moacurer........ Judges sIl.w.--Vrm Mondays in April aid *s . R D. Buridget..s. ......Judge Hu.. GeOrmL Wear .D.. trict Attorney * L . first M mmkvu in Mavch, -)b~ Uih s and December. Jwy Thm=-First Mondays 1n June W. LSwwein Sheriff and Tax Cofretor. 3.I CM a i. ..a... .(er and Recorder 4.. T. Wae.......... ......... Ase<r r. . rbt....... ....Coroner O'Eii .... .. Preside. tBllee Jury J J.Uhreme, PreY eaet School Board ..; . ti.......... Magstute, Ward I fiUtUIIkCLEARIBCS. mmkl -s good these mo lng& »w- W. a. Ws, of ward 3. paid our " . a mis y lat. n. F. W. Brimn, is rapidly recovering ram hb resist I .... Mmm e. .rOem et war...

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. — 22 May 1885

ýr i `VOLUME 2 WINNFIELD, LA., FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1885. NO. 33. i r oftl3THrM eruTIM s I.. -i i - - -, l I T DIE SOUTHERN SENTINEL 4"eia Journal of WInn Parish. ?UBLISIIEL) EVERY FRIIDAY, "WIXFIELD PUBL1YiL't COXIANY, AT Whufisid. Wins Parish, Leuoaza. SJ. T. WALLACE ............ Editor. ar.Kd at th Winaflei 1 ost camre as [euned class matter. # bbcrlptioa pcr year, In advane·. #2 00 Witk w eel iaues-l cmnocrat.. 3 0ft Wisth Southern Cultiti tor....... 300 'Wish l)ernocrat anti Cultivator.. 4 00 :r Advertf .ing ltes. On ilasertion, per inch tr lces 3$1 M ahl subsequent insertion - .0 S eal Noti es, per hue, - - - - S IrACL 1 n. 3 1i.. 6 In. I n.. ae lah........... ($3 00 `e5 . f - 50 (Iti3 lahe. - - 6 5 75 : II 25 I. 00 lahes - - 5t' 10 "0 15 li ' 00 . arlnebe - - - 9 9 3 tI. 49 00 30 00 . e" laielt .... 11 00 16 0 0-3 0m 36M t(ftma - - 4 as 350)0 3000 41 o e. / llml- -- 45 00 65 00 t ., , 14000 - 'lu liar or e~s, Nonpareil tyl-e, is a square. bre . of a personal character will be char...

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. — 22 May 1885

,at, wuatmrx s l. By b ws rnsm ressmaP . ., WINN'FIELD. WINN PARISH LA.. HAPPENINGS. As I ,,sr .-'waled b' he sea. one ay. i aed bhy t.artma.n who quietly lay U- the warm sand, with his rod by his A boat rabored near, on the rippling tide. Why did he lie there, so Idle. and wait? Wr thre no fhes to ctch with hi balt? Mh me! Why did the boatman wailt? A iaklen swung lightly her hamm ock, near Her aletswere golden, her eyes like the A song, like an echo of love, filled the air, As pmure as the morning, as trustful ss Adow. by the sea rocked the boat to and fro; 4'he ves were slight with the sun's after low me! Why sang the maiden so low? At eve I returned from my walk by the cliff; Two lovers I saw as they entered te skiff. The stars were now glintIng and dimpling above; Threns were still sighing thetr vespers of The moonbeams were thrusting their darts through the tree W er the hammock was swinging-now idle and free. Ah me ! Twolovers were glidingon over the sea. -(sremla W. D. ich, ...

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. — 22 May 1885

E FOR LAZY MEI. q w.et-U.sr.. w*r-lnt awes - a. oe spt Sn An tm n seaset wb. Men Are Urse many respects this is the mest re b spot in Uncle Sam's domain. e mst be a brilliant future in store i -ey West. as it has no past and ylitdtle present While the rest of . Uahion has been up and doing, thb t 1 key has slumbered in the Gull unknown to the world, and car , nothing about the norld's manners eastoms. It is alke peculiar in oli %.s, situation, structure, and popula -. It is the furthest south of the most sytherly State; and is indeed the very ie of the United States. When the go has traced the highest point of his sira course on the twenty-first ol S~se, he is almost directly over Key West, as it lies in latitude twenty-four rIG., thirty-two min., and the border d the tropics is only sixty miles south. a the map you will not ce a chain of UttIe dots trailing south-southwest from e Florida Peninsula. They are keys and at the end is Key West. Speaking - striety there are several keys ...

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. — 22 May 1885

ti5ge W, F: £t A. X., ** wimbaeith. 8. M. Smrra, W. I.. J. M. AnBL. Secretary. Xatgoramy Lodge 168, F. t A. 1., uas Montgimeiy on Saturday before S.urotk S~nay in each month. . . V. MCCAIx,W. I.. J. Y. McCa;,. Secretary. PAUSE DIRIECTORY. C1rCCITTCOUKT.OF APPEALS. e.. A. B. George ..................... .e. J. C.oocuse...... ....... Judges T.Te s-Firt Mondays in April and rot'rrYi.DITra IC COUrT. a. . D. Bridger............... Judge e.. George Wear..... District Attorney Chvil Thrs.-First Mondays in March,. ~. mbe r and Deceanber. ýJw e .-FIrst Mondays in June W. J. towem, Sheriff and Tax Colector. L C. Jone ......... Clerk and Recorder J. '. Wallace..................Asessor a. F. N. I. rian................ Coroner W. A.IJttle........... Parish Treasurer .IL ta.l-ath .......Presideat Police Jury .3I. ickesuo, President School Board M11e. , ... ....... prd ItItCl IAL _ LEANINGS. tliboiB 3oQ'd meets next Saturday. Wh abaQ't somebody bring in sonme bee&? Xr. C. James of ward 3, was ...

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. — 29 May 1885

":. -r - I . . . L.m a2. WINNFIELD, LA., FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1885. NO. 34. im -=MMSENTINEL Joaral of Wien Parish. ?¶IULI$lED EVEBY FRIDAY, At 1. I WALLLCI, .... -a a1m. Um`ini at sha WiuseiG at O/Mc. as second p w year, In advance. 2 00 wie weekly Tlmea-Dmocrat.. 3 00 Wish SoutbIf Cakivator..._... 3 00 With Democrat and Uuultdator.. 4 00 iivWusiag Rabes. rew.e Iranch or aw3 po0 S1e le - - 15 - rC I m. I3 7 n $6 .12 . ......... 00 3 x $ 50 $12 s 6751 1125 1640 55bi 790~ 1050 1 20500 " . . It" 16 2500 5600 !* 00 0 . u t l e 5 6 0 4 200 - - .f4600 owl 00,1*0 saaas.s~ Npahe~lm Is a qar. at a p0.sareaIamterwl dum be clarged dam, m aeept~uurr, at 5 P. H. exce~rapt Sunday, a t 8 A. It. mad Columbia. 'ýeaa sad r ridays t 12 It. a d Verlwn, f+uadaya and Fridays at 1. M. a td Vern, arqu ~echwes at 5 P. It, v315 betsday at 6A. )L. )J. 1. DUN, Postmnaster. M. I~~srrr~. V KELLY,. ;asa -------- a..ýa<wS^ r# LýRaý ..U - ?*pft b a- c, c: "-4 - f~. Jury List. STATE or L.OtLOIANA, 1. AUlSH OF WINS. Be...

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. — 29 May 1885

-- wy . INIiLD i wm" PAAISH LA.. 'TilTE TRUE TRIUMPH. Si - mosts who srlo era me.ss ss sad alo.ne em.are desires and appas oget tauss auk .Ie.heajSe Mts tot nobler strioe = h smae demsayipplied, 1rb[wlat someoaponer sold h _ ld. uas wans toaen sa o eside no. b reah. s dae mouetain tir, ereasL.m er med. seeo ebsa te w.rma of the hill. -oli A dithe soaps desires past that meat be trod, ae , bdesire we tread upon - me lap higber toward God. -J. L. bit, id Cwrreyt. A SINGULAR FUNERAL4 As Desroibed By One of the "Wsiters at the Festival. *I w!sh some one would come here - a- dliever us, and then sat of jeo pei arrive and settle, so that thus we -ight gradually become civilised and as last ealightened. Have you any 40 that it is known in what lIky dark . we ilt? And yet I don't suppose wesd sd wrlte. I don't mean that he -i - or put a grammatical sen ess. toether.*. That power Is not - ,, ws to be graduated from ~Thc i High SchooL. And what do 'ri will be required of ns at iri alls aftern...

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 May 1885

,i.llt" , - .e wtiyer-s ses of down-eows -ees.. T4 -ery largeate aoitsere of machines - be found in "ty. was Invested. It was patented .Detro't men who soon sold -lghto to the machine, but drew a on it for some years. One of men was p1rinter by trade, and Swriting ma verhine to lent fro o nt invented a machin. for was irst upon the market it war it is to-day. The foot was brought operation in it to pull baoc the age upon which the paper was ed, somewhat like asewing machine. ee were various other clumsy ap conected with it, and the mat i was regarded by the public mre as a curiosity than as a practical writ. lag tinrcn L A few lare offices, began the use of typewrter, the advantge..te the ns t,, easa where a ire anumber of old coples were required and it desirabl, to have a very plain and made from tio tolMe In the and as the machine was being perfected it besame -m s . Popar timae it - prompted other of wristing machines. One of £nr * come out was Invented in ad patents obtained up...

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 May 1885

,-" - . . i 1lar m c IR, 9o Be 3La x. As.. Seasetarxv. ...dgeo 8,.Y. .F&A F;`z - 188 F: & A. IL, on Saturday before lmeiday in each mouth. SI. V. McCatx,W. M.. S. J . Mc Year. , Seretary. ss.COURT OF ascreALC. I- W is~o A . O·i..... ....... ...... 'A . . .oaer............ Judgeos lieust N;Meudays in April and Sua"rT DPIrtcT COLcrT. :~D. i d r........... ...Jude - Wear.....Distrikt Attorney e -.Fb Mondays In Parch, r laJnd December. -First Mondays in June SW.J. msws, .I.erI and Tax Coleetor. I. C. 3ges . ........ Clerk and Recorder J.'. Waiace .................Aser DMW Pr., Brian................Coroner . ALitl............ Parib Treasurer L..L Sth ......Presdent Police Jury . I.KUtgSe,4 Presideet Schoel Board 3-J..Y Ab...........Matrate,' Ward I iH ,CIIAL GLEANINGS. csmemlanniatioos crowded out app;types tanks to fMrs. T. W. f81*, Ior a es or garden peas. S.`h ' le * er, It everything that could Saths.ag .mcours g. So : .r ms gm rbms theyr C.ns to town. ass? s Jr., of ward 7, ...

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 June 1885

" " -' - -' . .-" fi I - LUKE. WINFIELD, L-.., LA, FRDAY, JUN5, 1885. NO. 35. ., - ' 7 "........ m Il~aP, iUN m mlI R :..: =MO Nl~g SENTMELU J.*ntI of ,Wsas Parish. WBL L4`illl) EVERY'F IWA , DtTMIC FELf UMIIISKIIG COXPAr KY, At J. T. "WILArcI, .Jd.te m~e.4 at the Wlnnufrt Po t OU'e as see~and via mallet. With Slothteru (w'wfoerr ... 3 00 With benmocrat and (>jlator.. 4 00 s- ~~ -Ua~b -. 16 ý l be. a- _ 15 :Oijc im, 3n. 06. 11w. 1- ?30 .s13 15016 i09 - " s3 1113 40 3S _.. in*' 10 e ?300390 .... 13. . 180 590 00iB 5i 9 - 01*00o 1$000 43bu1 43 10 e a 000W ,1 4 00 er )ewy Qj~. Soopparel trrlw, Is a tlIC· at a pirs iaai·CYer w*11be 016 y.~ ~ p a~~sm~t 5 P. M. dmir.Ind'Y at S A. 1:r. y ad srirat IP. M. MAr~i F &)rs at t 12 X. And FridajmSat I P. 31. i°a Fddysa P. M. att G.. x fai m F 4y atn a.u. wrY74mLD 1A lWEiia ;11 ww r "'.{r+" c . 4 :Vi· 'raRyu State Land Sales.I Sale of llands forfeited to the State of ht Loislaana, for the non-payment of an Taxes due thereon. th By virtue of...

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 June 1885

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