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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 14 August 1885

e z is the popular feasy Seooami theopbem- w - .. - ... to keep beaes ale- Bere SIon hrat 6 yd been or are -nder way in dlerest at the aoastry. w1tt a Sro years the rmost -o a caQ.e.o .rtomsn the pabtle ftIaiable saloides. with rno porn ad e actually or the direction of oeer of the emptre -'-The Swedish Parateat has voted a- 1l vg Sowera fruits sad the majority bas p-ompt-. to that asmur by the ide. a rbr.ng nto the treasury by taxing i tet , ta f ltght ago, at .Etaris, of the Barea lt zi as voe am es, the ifamous Pales beaos etie.t aed Its coat-of i. e lmmlyr brokmb and cast iato rave upon Msi coan-lid.' Amalgamatd Society o Ea aed inrease twn- the . m. t te oI e to 4.090 art o wort ia BOm14 owingI to the eoapee of the sip wada which makes an aual in the labor market of Sr, -TLhe Ius il oI .who died last Thursday. his Itle i. o vatrear Britieam fo=r for the-beadt Dolim d o, tad thls -aaat, added to the rlaed ta her b~ her manira t, makes her one of the rti S-On. of the aost attract...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 14 August 1885

s- t~attunhy-beose L V ,W. if., c.i C+[m, etaetaay ...I OFp AFt'IALS r;·r . .,... Judge. . Ma,' samdaa la Apfil and voaaIiiwrvr Corm.r r r.3 M ...... Judge LI. Wear. Dhtrfrg Attorney ND nMarch, S - Moadeys in June n T t ........ Clerk and Rcorder ... . ..................seor ý, ,º.....a iithtth rreas{p ...Preddeut Polke Junr k + * -T 1 S"Pmodde t obool or S ..:",-Magistrate, Wardi1 "` _ ýeaca oni th; - ýlior D"olraJrrl SundUmmayin each sionth, end br der Wr.- Mo 4hc not ~i.iuirmbtward wasgT---k .~~hit3&rhbcAinmS.J cF *M ~~j~iypb ~PIThd pinsdmr~ b**. ~ mw ~f 'ldr rirs1· ~98~p ~Lig;= * ~Y XUn sM . P. Hel, eid ware 3, J. L. Dart, erward s, W. B. Everett, of ward ,P. E. rsham, O. .. Gresham, I. A. Pters and W. M. D. Ouar; of ward 7, all enlivened our town by thenrpre*neenlas Some of our boys in town like to go to the "prairie," on Sunday, even when preaching is here. There ,must be some thing as precious as "'Pearls" down there. One of the boys, we are satisfed is con siderably,Moll...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 21 August 1885

s* $ 1 s I - V O L U 2 . .. W_....... ...... A U G U S T 21 1 . - .. VOUE2 WINNFIELD, LA.., P. '-R".I. `AYA A AUGUST 21,1 885.:¢ J ~ ~ ~ ~~~~ ~~~ I mm|n umm umi me· TilE SOUTHERN SENTINEL Ofiial Journal of Winn Parish.! IUBLLSIIED EVERY FRII AY, By TE1 WINI FELD PU'BLISHING( COMlPANS -AT WUtald 4, Wino Pariah, Lan€Uoana. J. T. WALLACE ...... .......Edior. Bintertd At the Wianelit Port 1fi cc , clasa mZir. 3ul aerlptaon per year. in adva:iwe. $2 00 (COMBINED With w·eelly Tinter-ihliiwcrat.. a 00 Witbh Sontberii Cultii:it·ar ........ 00 With I)enmocrat and (hllivatwlr.. 4 (10 Advertliing Rates. 0. insertion, per inc' h or le.. - f - 0 lach .ub.equnet incertmou mi - - Leesl NStiee, par hte. - 13 SPACB. li i. 1 3 in. )iii. irl il. wea iu-Ae U 001 . 1t YTuree tacb. $t(, 13 :: I 4 (k)'l ~ l( U11112 ---- 1- 11 030 1611 etGO 36 a six inches - -- - 13 0o is 5 26 00 4_ 0 Ralf CWIII· - - - ult 00 3 5i 00 N ) (X() an 00 Tea Uaa..r lea., 3 oopatril type, ii a square Crua .1 a percenal ebaracter ...

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. — 21 August 1885

LD, WINN PARISH LA.. IRONY OF TIME. resurreet the years again life is on the wane oauld learn by many a bitter truth The value of our youth tnexorable hand of time Has harvested our prime. e should drain from every lower we The last drop of its sweet! e scorn the present hourland strive to bor .row Some foretaste of the morrow; morrow has its morrow and the pain Of hope deterred again: owamte the years till age, defeated, stands Desolate, with empty hands. on paths our fathers trod before, We trace their footsteps o'er everyheight, in every vale meet Signs of their toiling feet, Gashed on the rock and wounded by the thorn Where we are stung and torn. What was it that they sought? 0 burnlng Fixed on low western skies. The beckoning shapes that seem so fair to you Wear the same dazlinglhue That lurid the Vikings through tempestuous seas Beyond the Hebrides. Toward purple isles of peace and golden lands, To die on freezing strands. Sb o precious W stored away M.rýº+! Beyond ourgr . Ear...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 21 August 1885

FOREIGN GO8SIP. I - a Cologne eourt a person war1 Ssesntly fined twelve dollars for refus b to take the oath, on the ple that he , - not believe in a God. --The German authorities, with a view to discourage emigration, have forbidden the railroads to carry eml grants at reduced rates. -The Rcve sbhqerepiqureo hat in Paraguay a tribe of Inians --ith tails has beendiscovered. AGusy euyos child of eight years was captured -im a tail afootlong. -A Belgian editor who recently in sulted a rival editor in the morning, fought a dael and killed him in the afternoon, and came out at 7 p. m. with a special evening edition describ ing tAe encounter. -China, which only six years since had but six miles of telegraph lines. has now completed a system by which Canton, the capital of Southern China, is brought into direct communication with the metropolis of the north. -Deaths from consumption in En gland and Wales are on the decrease. The number from 1860 to 1870 aver aged over 55.000 annually, and...

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. — 21 August 1885

LODGE~ MEETINGS. Easteru Star Lodge 151, F. & A. M. weetat Winnfeld on the second Satturday in eaeh moath. &. M. SxmIT. W. M. J. M. ABEL, See..taIT. Xontgoomerv Lodge 168. F. & A. M.. ae.t at Montgomery on Saturday before he f.urth Sunday in each month. 11. V. MctAI,.W. M., J. M. McCAiU, Secretary. PARISH DIRECTORY. *IRCCIT COURT OF APPEALS. He. . B. George.................... N. J. C. Mo.ctre..............Tudge. Terms.-First Montays iu April and FOURTH 1 TRIICT COURT. ReO. R. D. Bridger.............Judge Ne.. George Wear .....District Attornev Civil Terms.--.lrst Mondays in M:arch. Janm, September and Decezmber. Jury Terms.-First Mondays in Jun sad December. W. J. Sowers, Sheriff and 'Iax Colect N. C. Jones......... Clerk and Reeor r J. T. Wallace ..................Asse r DI. F. N. Brian.............. Coron W: A. Little..... .....Parish Treasure J. D. W'illiams.... President Police Jury J. J. DIckerson, President School Board J. IM. Abel.......... Magistrate, Ward I Rgu...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 28 August 1885

-h 41;i . Is, 7 lit' IýITPI L., RIDA, AUUST28, 885 i~a rrrul~Z............... . ýirwr~rc· i W 3E ^m ~ u O .Uir aw. . 300 .I - j1 arras Su s 5 fa. U. s$ II=n1 oe .. N ' $1. $1*r !aa 1aýý tt. f tlw : ! f;j! is j! g! at ý iM ll W " 5*5* I~ rr rl 3* ru " Am" q# an 'y, at 5P. I[ 8cir) A. Y: -ýl s F rridajsrt 12 I. '` ad E sqyrt I P.Y. aai FM a s act It Y. aawi F~id a at P. Y.· Ti Tid dqat SA. W. $453 caide. ~j~, p arwaI~, ~r, P 1. UeAnY~, L·tjjjjujcitr - --~ 45.3 4 a} ~,~~~i"fs,.N-~a~, y'ý""..ý5ý : , ý r ý ; . e ý` ;ý ý `.:. ý,ý # ý' , ý, i .. ý ý. ..ýY' .. ~ -ý x -ý ' ý3f3 «.., v. ý t .` _ - Air ydyriý° ,.ý': ys f "Mr'x.'y+"~ ý ý! .. r F 77 - _ ý. ý';-,..ý, }. IYSCELLANVEOUS.'ý. an Nurseries, f oMZR, Clan orzs .Prh, La. I. CLINEA 1, Pro., Deealqs h. all kinds of 8outhern and accliaated Fruit and Ornamental Trees. Grape Vines Evergreens, Shrubs, Roses. etc. OCllvated and for sale atthe Cling man Nureries. Very earliest and latest Peabhes, also the celebrated Leconte rear, HVing bhad many...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 28 August 1885

uimm WINNIMA WINK PARISH LA., A WARNINQG gey me beside Usea beat shore Be wae a learned pedagogue, Ad albe a maid poet; fhq'mee they loed,wthina fog, Te -M an the pedagogue. Nb dtaed on the picturesque, Ant be an natura history, And wbils he mused above the shell Whieb made the clam a mystery, O athe wavelets ,owing, des deaml d ntrl history !he moo. binked softly through the fog pen the masd and pedagogue. 2hey wedded wes tbsg nto town; Tefound in clearer atmosphere rloge l was delusion ý dreams and natural history Would oet by any means agree. And now sy lift a warning volce, F m with tintense emotion, KT all tbe summer men and maids Who trrby Wte oceau. 'Dsesi. may ory -Ii ina tog," i s ali r and &e ped gogue. -Rene cram Suea, ian Maao' W'eems. TOUGH STOMACH&. The 'Damnty" Things That Some Peopl Swanlow. A s b. Who I.te em a Peek ofr stome a am-s Dea ems so ha mEater s emat s, App enwetl. Dm appear-o ArIe es of slee. Thee have been of late an unusual mbr at eases of peopl...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 28 August 1885

MUMANE rILLNG. - She sam r maa m nDes tae . S . e aT kel -ores that atimals be kll. * eat and least painful manner. nwla es colar has seai to the agemts thr.ghout the Stato S r wossa. a -ioog(M.-Plaee the pistol muzzle a. a flw nlahes of the head, and shoot dat, aiming toward the cater of the Sloes.-Blladfold, and with a heavy axe ham, ste jgt below the foretop, the point iadicated in the present cut. vigorous wel-directed blows will Vote death sure Be careful not to shoot or strlke too low. SSoo. ag.--Plaf e the pistol mule nar Sh , insmg a little one side of the t o.~the top of the skull and shoot ward at the dot so that the bulletshall through the brain into or toward the De ot sht toe low, or directly In the e accoount of thick bones. AWtr mach . cossutaion with Veterliary sad espet, no better or more aethod of killng eats has been n to put witha lorg handled - s ae btlf teaspoonutl of puar of petaulm ona ýtes at's tongue as the troat as possile. The eafering eaty Sora few seoid...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 28 August 1885

17I ý.r,ý ý bdw dw Qur ONI · I *iI and !t oWTf CfJorRT. .-P. Er Ilr~ea· ...............Judge am first nYosdrJ to Y y, " JMý. ..K sad Decm..r ains.-J'IMsf Koudays ia Jun W. J. lllrrrr, fi¢t d Tu Osasebor, 2. ý. . " ....... Clr ad Reootder 5. T. 1kb cs.................As·1I1 Y V.m1. N. ................Cbr er J. P. w slrr....Pleslds. Folios Jur J. 1. 1uDMWL , Prmshhst Schod Boa 4 Ut Abel...l...t. rs, Ward I 3m inch umot&; u zl :.;.---- inmk ~ Iamb~ In. rýi$nýmnnr.s. 1~w~.ui.Iy .ardy rabh% a I.. C. uswweae pm..ed to S C..Jews, Wi..S lug with a ` Ill It t~Fwe nw~ rY r:-W A. Ur . left yra ay a T~ito *0004 pimgý To W' S~*SUhf4MW. UL 2ý21 ·--;;:m3l! z'~a:^-~-a -u m ownea-U I..-ý s ta sp. ' a ýlesti a iE T sý Ak-Al mk 0 A 4i-": -!~1 -ý s ý ý ýý3 ra ýýv Y... A4 V· u ;:ýý', x ý,tý', #ý 'r.'ý, a _.. x`',. ýýýýýf~lfi L5tbji i `" ý + _ ý " J-r . 1;· jbosls ad '. Jý > 5 g, wise to towU0 on . i of, )..i. James i. Id PN, "ednesday Iajy pwe~Ulba3 aniY .a, thathe has W · patrol hge ' as erectin...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 4 September 1885

VOLUrE 2. WINNFIELD, LA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1881. NO. 48. THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL O lS" Joarnal of -Winn Parish. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, ar THA WOINFIILD PEBLi*HIMI CcOuMP, AT 1wjl fl Wia Pazbh. frdskaa J.T. VALLACE............. Editor. !idre at the Winaleld Pu.I 016ce a.' cs oad clva' natler. Subabetptao per year, In advat-e. .62 00 JIee&1'Iti tiautea-Ie.. at.. 3 00 Wi~tiPfIoeu~4t1fiy ('ullkttnr .4 ,9 K 11ith I)einocrt and Cultivratr.. - 00 Adrertising Ratec. " srmtirr erinh r es - - $1100 =zlahqegeo iu-ertion - - - 30 Le" Nottees, per lue, - 13 5CI. t.. t j W OIreelach In00 15 w.erlace' - + s s s i 4ea 3I 41 Feeinch" - - *.1110n0 s 163 MOn as is laebi- . ._. JSWx te1 UO 400 o Y· j* 0Oo ~PS( ~j 1 Bales acr, Womparell type. is a suare. 4.1.. .5 a p eroaa character will be charged deus. -';5 udle I Dails. MWf gI ncr. Moattg..uaeryr. viii .- Cexccpt Snunday. at 5 P. 1. g txeept Sunday. at 8 A. M. W and Colnuubia, ye and Fridays at 12 M. a and Friday.. at 11'. U. an, and Friday'. ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 4 September 1885

bas wea rw m coa.. WI~INFIELD WINN PARISH LA.. UNE PETITE. lwas up It the mountains I met her Last summer Ia early July a ask I I soom will forg her? Ildeed. my dear fellow. not 1. Sa datiey and charming a ereatur R'er yet ba graced german or ball; Uvmeaew oifer form, every feature. 'war weere markably tast-, at hs had a fashionable tone. arm pweah. thoulh It rarely waa hauty,. Yet howed sbe'd a mind of her own; And I was her favored adorer. Wes gacs and smiles on the sly, Ilmamma hovered watchfully o'er her The end cme with hazy September When Gertrude went back to the town; W lth are I long shall remember mlnHer lat. sad even her frown. Did I ~ eat my love ere we parted? Well, no, I did not, for you see The maiden who left me half-hearted Was aged-Ju J re.! -C -ab Soairdc, da the Rambler. AN HOUR IN A COLLIERY. Through the Barth's Crust Into a Ool-M&ina i. Dew g se.satmle eR the Descent -arrse taw l Alive with Miea-A Wasa td tave - Items Both Ma ttlatag and Instructive. Throug...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 4 September 1885

FOREIGN GOSSIP. peria Bome" swarms with a~ramp e many cd1 in F very large majority of the ad ts fordrug clerks in the - p. insist that the young men -A tree gowi in ew Zealand fatal to birds in a singular way. gummy substanee is emitted from seed vessels, and birds get so cov with the fluid that they are unable -There are 36,000 blind persons in ce who are without other means easupport than begging. France is l st wholly without asylums, e:ther public or private, for the blind. -An almost perfect skeleton of the iemosaurus has just been found In a qrry near Mons. It has the extra rdinary length of fifty-five feet nine Inches, and will be preserved at the Natural History Museum at Brussels. -The deeest )oi mine in the world Lthe Bose rlg sliery, at Wigan, Lancashire, whoh is 80 yards deep. or almost abalf m le. There is plenty of coal frther down, but the heat in the skWId strata is 93 14- degreesF. -Fa--la is the Ch nese name for :te sha.Ings of a species of elm, frag Snentas which,...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 4 September 1885

LODGEM -MEETINGS. asera Star Lodge 151, F. & A. 31. mieetat Wlannfeld on the second Saturday in each month. S. M. SualT, W. M.. J. M. ABEL, Secretary. Xontg ry Lodge 168. F. & A. M.. meet at Montgranery on Satunlrday before aie iurth Sunday in each month. i1. V. Me'AIN.W. M.. J. M. McCAUu, Secretary. PARISH DIRECTORYT. . CQCCIT COURT OF APPEALS. ! ... A . . orgs................ ---:--- - . J. J. C o. clrore............. Judge, Term--First Mondays in April and leoember. PovrT uIsIrSCrT COURTr. mrs. 2. D. Dridger............ Judge as. Girge Wear.....District Attorney SOivilU ers.-First Mondays in March, f. 9sem ber and December. iny Terms.-First Mondays in June December. eerZas, Sheriff and Tax Colector. ~Jea. i es......... Clerk and Reorder . T. Wall..ace......... ..... .ssessor I. l. 3T. Brian ............... Coroner W. A.LJti............Parish Treasurer J. D. Wiiiltmns.... President Police Jury J. J. Dlekerson, President School Board J. . Abe ........ ..Magistrate, Ward 1 e...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 11 September 1885

I -I ¥O ~SiTw a arrI , --.--. NO. 49. !VOLME2 WINNIFIELDo LAga F±$I N THlE SOUTIIE SENTINEL Ollidal hmrimml of Winn Parish. NJZSIi1Wý EVERY FRIDAY, BT TUE WIXKIFWAD PU1SR G COXPAET, AT Winsafidi MUM PIArh. Leaia Iaua. 3. T. WaLLACE.&Cz.......... .Editor. .l6r0rd at Lhe Wimafeld Post Olfce :s tccad. class matter. DmbseIPUthss p 0riYr,. a$ace. $S 00 W'h weely Timcs-Democrat.. 3 1) With !oathers Cultivtoor..... . I1: With Deoawat and Ckinra nr.. 4 'H) - Rafrs. Bsh. -maUmpte~a - ý Learn) M er, Ip , 1, SPA IS . j 3m. j m. 12 eº $525 55 0j $41 3 lealaehms- - - _- 95 1 51 5*1 0o 155 IaeiM -- - It 55 I 4s 0, as 00 may vsl- - - - w M aOS I $500 9l, ckrw-- O. 0 551 ee 14040 BIas or se , -Negiawwl type i a square. u4et a Pessenalwa aterm be chrrged MbsdlIs Of Malls. An 1d and ~ ib .exempt Sunday, dat 5 P. S. Dm l eyept Sunday. at b A. )i. Wisaleidd aLotwrubla, SntlvesTuaeeays and Fridractat ia12 -. Dseadaya aind Fridld3-..: i P'. Ml. fiuteId nd Vernon, i Anivstn'slays and Frill: s atsl M. ...

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. — 11 September 1885

She haters Inetieat. WINNFIELD. WINN PARISH LA.. DUST AND ASHES. se preuiselod on him all her wiles 111 in love's adlken net she caught him, And showered on him her sweetest smiles Wha to her feet she captive brought him. j IMa he pleaded with the maid T r.leded as her lover, a.s ghdlttl, blushed, and said: sss wait until the summer's over." And then began love's golden dreams To every pienic, every dance he Took bher, sad bought her lemon cream And other things that maidens fancy. At beaeh hotels with her he hopped, For she was quite an ardent dancer: Atlesth the nyouth the qnestion popped, An waited fo the maiden's answer. It drew the sweetness from his life, It borned and scorched him like a blister; 'Twas this: "I can not be your wife, 1M I will be to you a sister." -Boston Courier. A LAWYER'S RUSE. Now a Nevada Disciple of Black atone Conquered Two Borea A thly stght the Result of the Experl at--eeral Destruetion of Olce sle-a-arae-aan Zpens·ie, But Ameemeart, Stratagem. Ihttle...

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. — 11 September 1885

CAVE-DWt.ELLER nies seeamy ~ t 4 isa settsL m time sine the editor visited a in the San Martin Mountains, Los County, which contained some Indiai relics. It is in a rugged, and picturesque reg on. the cave, which is 1,400 feet above ees-level, situated on the south side ssteep Iountain, Is difficult of ac It is a natural grotto in a some friable rook, composed largely of t d oyster-shells, most like of locene or' The excavation about twelve feet deep and sixteen iset long. sad not sufficently high for seme to stand upright. The bottom was severed with sand, casused by the disin ingration of portions of the roof and rroundin walls. In this cavern were deposited nine baskets manufaetured from tala and varying in size from six to twenty iaches in diameter. With the exception of the smallestbasket, which was found inside of a larger one, each was covered with anestly fitted cap woven from the qame material, and each basket stood - a mat of the same. Three or four of the baskets were in ...

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. — 11 September 1885

Eas.tern Star Lidlge 151, F. & A. M. meetat Winnleld on the second iS;atti. a in each mntrh. S. V. SMirri, W. :. J. M. AKEL, .-tatT. MHatgomery IAodge :s F. F & A. M.. meet at lontgoimert on -tttrdauy before tho fourth Suiday in each ion:,th. II. V. McCAIN,W. M., J. M. MC.Ct,. Secret:ary. PARISH DIRECTORY. IRC.ITT COtRT OF APPEAL.. me. A. B. George.................... ImeJ. J . Monenre........... hudges + Las.-F-lrt Mondays in April and ltersaber. FOLRTH DISTRICT COrt':T. -3r. . D. Bridgr ..............Judge a. George Wear.....District Attorney CtIlS Terms.-First Moudays in March. Juoe, September and l)~,cembe~. Jary Terms. -Fir-st fMondays in Jaue amlDecember. W_.. Bowers, Sheriff- nd Tax 'lvs or.] 3. e. Jo.ne......... Clerk and Reii.trder SJ. Tp.-Wallace................AsscaBor DE. F. N. Brian .................Coroner W. A.lLittle...........Parish Treasurer J. D. Williams.... Pr.sident Police Jury J. J. Dickerson, President School IBo:ril J. IL Abel.......... Magistrate, W...

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. — 18 September 1885

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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. — 18 September 1885

INJ . WINN PARISH LA., MOTHER'S OLD HYMN. iu- [the trfmblag folds of the twilight Seua hear the strain of that grand old hymn Wiebh mother, whose heart is now still and ald. Sag.amids her cares in the days of old. Tereh was something about it, undefned, 'hat charmed Into quiet the troubled mind. Oer the bleak heazta breathed with a spirit band. Lke a warm outh wind o'er a frozen land. Ad crowning it all with a strange, deep bord. Lae the throb of the heart of the blessed tat shed throurh the fainting soul abroad A sense of the pitylng love of God. S s-OuIs'of the singers that fame has crowned the food of the years are lost and drowaed mothebe's old hymn, every pause and rth of time has the sweeter out of the past to come that ar dumb thb homeof the glorifed come since the day she died. not the maste that spirits hear As is receding and heaven drawn near, But treading death .valley of shadows dim I ask but to hear my mother's hmn THE BLOODY MARK. A Plain, Unvarnished Story of 2Rknark...

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