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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 7 February 1908

8 W fTE 8E UIULn • ,'_ _- ms MIM IeWeM m w Mi -ggenM m* A=mm.a a n ssm aWI. A Us Uene_ mtl Meio . mwe meb tehoev.) eQA essdi S. to is. aS s oet La.e ser ne tow. eS WUima. eesn.r * mi mese kouwn on keo ae bmiD bo sledws *t um pem fat pb Heensi ah Vim a ,npe.mbe gaslem s apI af!`l q, F bnaeg 7. 1908. That ws a splendid utterance of Wema. J. Bryan at Nashvillee. when be said: "That he feared the plutocracy of wealth, esteem ed the aristocracy of learning and thanked God for the democracy of the heart." Is its national budget Japan has appropriated S$46,ooo,ooo for the army. That is a warning to - the other nations of the earth that there issomething apt tobe doing in the world's history in the near future. Those people are remark ably secretive and there is no surmising why their warlike pre paration are. being strengthened. *drc 'Los I WF!"HI F rmFI Nature's pertect laws are the result of harmony. There are no antagonistic forces to destroy the equilibrium. Man's passion and temper ar...

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. — 7 February 1908

3m. ia k-l.d. of . n.imrlsl h.- e p-ioas - insti ilons that . b I pMri.e Noth Lnoisiia. : It dels a. the practical and smtl oceupstioni of. life, and is the foundation sdone on which to build a usefl career. The stu dens, with the application of energy, in ustry and economy can, here acquire a practical know leae that will poin$ the road to em inence and competency. Already some of its graduate. have achieved a splendid success by following up the practical lessons lear.d at this Industrial Institute, and demonstrated what perseverance can achieve. There is no better foundatio., for a life of usefulness and sue eessful achievement than is taught is this institution, asece from the fact that it will afford a trade or accomplishment that but needs to be practiced to secure an honorable and comtortable living. Too much attention is heing paid to the professions and too little to teb trades in thee inles. Labor is noble and there is no surer method to succeed in life than by means of me...

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. — 7 February 1908

HAVANA, CUBA SAND - 1 3 I Mardi Gras at New Orleans Help one of the young ladies by subscribing to The Southern Sentinel. Enter The Southern Sentinel Contest * and you may be one of the party. Any young lady over 14 years of age may be nominated by any person now . Sa subscriber or by any person becoming a subscriber during.the period of the contest. The Suthern Sentinel will give to the young ladies of Winnfield and vicinity a ;rip to Havana, Cuba, with a stop-over at New Orleans, to see the Mardi Gras. his 3 trip is worth winning. The trips will be made from Winnfield to New Orleans by\ rail and from New Orleans to Havana oh one of the Morgan Line Fine Steam Ships. Your choice of either steamship, the Proteus or Chalmette. The Southern Sentinel pays the expense of the young ladies, including train fare, Pullman and dining car Sservice, hote1 bills in New Orleans and Havana, and steamship passage, which is First-class and includes meals and staterooms. You will spend five days in t...

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. — 7 February 1908

Loana Railway & Navigation Co. Daily passenger service between Winnfield, New Orleans, Baton * Alexandria, Nmatchitches, Shreveport and intermediate points 8:15 a m. 3:45 p. m. Iv. Winnfeld ar. 1125a. in. 6:55 p m. 8:45 p. m. ar. Shreveport lv. 7:00 a. m. 7:14 p.m. ar. Coushatta Iv. 8:01 a. m. 725 p. min. ar. Natchitoches lv. 7:50 a. m. 10:17 a. m. ar. Colfax Iv. 4:38 p. inm. 11:15 a. a. ar. Alexandria Iv. 3:55 p. m. 4.:09 p. m. ar. BayouSara Iv. 11:06 a. m. 5.09 p. m. ar. Baton Rouge Iv. 10:07 a. m. 8:15 p. m. ar. New Orleans Iv. 7.)0 a: m. Daily package cars from New Orleans and Shreveport to Winn field also tQ stations on Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific, L. & A. Ry. . and Louisiana & Northwest K. R. To iusure prompt despatch route your shipments care L R. & N. ' C. ELLERBE, Asst. to President. H. B. HELM, Gen. Supt. Shreveport. La. Shreveport, La. E.C.D. MARSHAL, O. F. & P. A., Shreveport, La. A few hours Sail From New Orleans There is a City of Charming an...

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. — 7 February 1908

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Mr. J. W. Douglas went to Verda Monday on business, Will Simmons of Verda took a run to town on Sunday. W. J. Horton, of Eros, was a guest at the City Hotel Sunday. Among the visitors to Winnfield last Sunday was J. F. Hawthorne of Jonesboro. Old looking glasses made new by Spangler at Bargain Furniture Store. j31-3t W. H. Lyle, of Loyd, spent Sunday in Winnfield and register ed at the City Hotel. E. G. Reeves was a viittor on Monday and paid the Sentinel an appreciated call. J. E. Elmer came to town last Monday and was cordially greeted by his friends. J, W. Ray, Jr., of Atlanta, came to town Saturday and paid The Sentinel an appreciated visit. Clerk of the District Court P. K. Abel took a flying trip to Alex andria last Monday on business. Mr. E. B. Howell, of Selma, spent Sunday in town visiting his many friends. If you wantyour picture framed Spangler will do it at the Bargain Furniture Store. j31-3t Mrs. M. F. Machen has been confined to her room this week b...

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. — 14 February 1908

a. "' Established s85, The Southern Sentinel is the Home Paper of Winn Parish People. )I .n Mly I VOLUME XIV WINNFIELD, WINN PARISH, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 1908.1 NUMBER 44 CITY NOMINEES HAVE BEEN SELECTED J. . . Pae for mayor Has Been Chesso and C. Swanson for Stet Commissioner. The second primary was held hre yesterday for Mayor and street ommissioner. The vote, eat of 239 registered voter, 'tood as follows: IUD. P AC, DMAOc3AT1O NOUMRU TOB MAYOR _ e..Iectd for ire Aa PFriW i Ou ea1 us mo - J 3f - ; c~aa ~i ;s.;.- T~ r...j i progress of the Town of Winn field, the Parish of Winn and the State of Louisiana. Hon. C. M. Bevill. The defeated candidlate for Mayor of Winnfield has made at most excellent oflicer and bas faithfully carried out l.is pledges made to the citizens of the town aL his nomuinatin two years ago, as far as it was possilble for him tl do so. The failure Ito put in waterworks has ben. ,no fault of his or of the boarol of aldermen '- "----------- ----- - - e...

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. — 14 February 1908

e* AgriculturalOleanings. . Items of Interest from Field and Farm........ +++++++++++++++*****~~~~~~~~~ ~ A Pretieal Dreamer. BY WILL T. HALE. (Wriea or the Bother. AgrteltralU· .) I he wher MLtaer Wiater take a ot.m w U jetsehe or oae-cleeaLa' makee il ·Ue am' glow. laethe greemry n the vale. -a' a' the healioor gledaess I the blaebirde' ss mtr eari' hr the wavia' of the dogwood'. a.' a wI to ake ay tackle whar I know the ibthf baMe. M tke w I Ipe the poet. womldexpreue Moy e eeek a te deep ebhadders through the Un_. men h here iry -p - dea'repow I wtas twe. r wt er ygadss en to ps5ew A Scandinvin traneslaton noted by the Department of Agriculture state, that 150 pounds of mixed birch and polar (or aspen) leaves are eqmual as a sheep feed to 100 of glod meadow hay. The leaves contain 18 per cent protein and about 65 per cent of carboby drakes. buy Irish Potatoes. - A petsos of the Agriculturalist, who desires to grow potatoes, .waten to know what variety of b.(ate will mature frst....

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. — 14 February 1908

the, >ee.t teltin of the Ir eral -,. to smb ,iplos to journals, the pub hsir h bave no option in this Mttesr. A dollar weekly mnst ib paid for in advance or thy 6SeIseltv ,Iri.**. to i .ereasi tI,. therips . t leOs ¶,:. ifty per I ruling ,1, pr ve n f!i4'ial to .u!, Suffering and Doll:rs Saved. E. . 8. Iper. of Jdarilla. N. Y . aIys: "I am a carpenter an'd have had many severe cuts he-.h.d, by Bucklh·,'. Arnica Salve. I has saved me suffering and 41ol lars. It is by far the beat healine salve I have ever found." Heals burns, sores. ulcers, fever sores. eezema and piles. 25c at al! druists. Would Not Do. When a man shoots him elf berause his debtors fail to pay him, what in the name of com mon sense would become of the editors of the rural Journals if the game rule was adopted? They are only happy when they carry a great load of "You owe me" as the result of their brain work and the mscramhle to keep the paper alife. He would als', lose the pleasure it affords hin, in having the 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. — 14 February 1908

,E --·I L wow. AWUdm a m inI N 3A!w W~a. a: aym..ý .IF ii - Jmmd .rsw ft.- ba M ""Mama rat al brokiwa ___ Ym~l... Adm ll= a" om~ all Vvsy, Mrmur 14r IWSO. The annual Firemen's celebra tion of Baton Rouge has finally been fixed for February 22nd. which is the regular day for this demonstration. Mrs. Ballington Booth, of the Salvation Army fame, will shortly visit Baton Rouge and deliver addresses in the penitentiary and at some public hall While out hunting with several -amup-n OpeC Waldmp, a ieployee of the Baton Rouge Truth, was shot by the accidental discharge of a gun is the hands of one of the party, and was killed. . One hudred thousand voters in Louiqpaa show an encouraging increase in this class of the pops t--ion. The largest peredatage is in Nostb Louisiana which indiLates the steady growth of this section of teState. Bishop Sessmas, the brilliant ishop of the Protestant Episco. ia Diocese of Louisiana, who has bean prostrated for some days by -ysil and nervous prestration ...

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. — 14 February 1908

am b- submit to thl people of Sstate the live estitutaions imnmdmts that re to be voted foeat tie general election to be held in Loruiina on April 21. Tbes five amendments to the • iatitution of Louisiana were pasei at the extra sesion of the General Assembly which met in Baton Rouge in November sand December of last year at the call ofr Governor Blanchard. The amendmtlents will be pub lished before the general election, and the electorate will have ample time to study the merits and demerits of the proposed amend ments. One amendment, Act No. 10, by Senator Reiley, prohibits tle doing of business in this state by any federal, foreign or non-res ident corporation which brings a suit or causes a suit to be removed to the federal court. The amendment proposed by Mr. Voegtle places the office of secretary of state upon a salary basis, Man fixes the salary of the secretary of state at $5,000. The third proposed amendment by Mr. Favrot. increases the power of the Railroad Commis -lon, an...

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. — 14 February 1908

I 1HAVANA, CUBA II I AND Mardi Gras at New Orleans i Help one of the young ladies by subscribing to The Southern Sentinel. Enter The Southern Sentinel Contest and ou may be one f the party. Any young lady over 14 years of age may be nomminated by any person now a subscriber or by any person becoming a subscriber during the period of the contest. The Suthern Sentinel will give to the young ladies of Winnfeld and vicinity a trip to Havana, Cuba, with a stop.over at New Orleans, to see t1 e Mardi Gras. his trip s worth winni. The trips will be nade from Winnfeld to New Orleans by rail and from New Orleans to Havana on one of the Morgan Line Finie pSta Your choice of either steamship, the Protmas or Chalmette. The Southern Sentinel pays the expense of the young ladies, including train fare, Pullman and dining car service, hotel bills in New Orleans and Haivana, and steamship passage, which is First-class and includes meals and staterooms. "- You will spend five days in the City qf Havan...

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. — 14 February 1908

SR lwy & Navigation Co. - sry.usE butwe s Wh., New. ~Orsl, Bdoui 5 p. m. . Wiel ar1125 a. m. 655 p m. 8 p. m. ar. Sa ert Iv. 700a. m. 7:14 p a. a. Coimatta Iv. 8.1 a. m. 7851 p. . ar. Natchitcher Iv. 7:50 a m. 10:17 a. m. ar. Colfax Iv. 458 p. m. 11:15 . . ar. Alexandria Iv. 3:55 p.m. 4:0 p. . ar. Bayou Sara . 110)6 a. . 5O09 p. . ar. Baton age lv. 1007 a. m. 8:15 p. m. a. New Orleans Ilv. 700 a. m. Daly package ca from New Orleans and Shreveport to Winn hild also to statios o Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific, L. & A. Ry. . and Louisana & Northwest R. R. To lsumre prompt desatch route your shipments care L R. & N. C. ELLERBE, Aut. to President. H. B. HELM, Gen. Supt. Shreveport, La. Shreveport, La. E. C. D. MARSHAL, O. F. & P. A., Shreveport, La. $35.50 TO CALIFORNIA. MARCH 2, TO APRIL 30, 1908. via Southern "Sunset Pacific Route" Tw,1 sue eRs.Ma. b.ms be Lad s . ga..ca *__ * *b*um *h N o* PULLMAN TOURIST OIL BURNING SLEEPERS, - LOCOMOTIVES Dally NEW ORLEANS to...

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. — 14 February 1908

IAAL A NDMABAL Portal eaurl of ll kinds at W. A. Mshaw's jewelry stoe.fl4 Mrs. M. J. Odum, of Curry, is in the city risiting frisends and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Adair, of South Wunmseld, have a mew boy. He arrived hat week. Mrs. J. T. Odom, of Carry, is yliwaset of her daughter, fis ýpasglr resilvers mirrors at Prgain Furniture 8tore. j.1.8t Mrs. Olive McElenae, of Eros, paid a visit to tow last Satrday d was a guestat the City Hoto. Mr, A. 8. McEvee, of Alberta, spout Saturday in Wina.eld among his numeroua friends. For comic postal. and Vale. tisne m W. A. Mashaw, the eweler. f14-lt Mrs. I. M. Logan, of Raustom sp.nt Saturday in tows and wa reistered at the City Hotel. L. H. . Whtford, of Wheeling, complimented The Seatiel with a pleasant visit Saturday. Mr. P. H. Mabry, of Berice, i visiting the families of Mr. George Smith and Heard Bres. W. A. Mabawn hasps on baud lage.t and best ortmet of _estal curds In town. fl4ttf H. L. Bra.n, ., Verds, rwas i tow. Saturday uad paid The Sa.tele...

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 February 1908

. slbwi k. 1&t 8i , Thb Swoth.. Sai"- iel I t *he P *aper o WI.. Parah P eope,. . . ....w. u aJ WINNFIELD, WINN PARISH, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21. 1908.1 NUMBER 46 THE WATERSPOUTS *WERE WQNW LSEU I Aftermath of the es-et Try Digastrous la b a week 4 aibisd an unusual at-.e of weather for this setion ofthe oouatry, such as has act *vi4ted it for a long period of umet qa *bwse mhOa of a1 munt cotinucous rain, with a warUE-tlle~spbher that was mm comfutrhb at timter. It6.1.1. mated Friday mermiag with a "moerthwestuu'.. amd am swuu.e d"ssd downpour shat was alumoa s ý6lIN1AWit, aerispauied- with li ie~o, - hLnp~d and a high w d. The precipitation lauded th· whle oomtryi 'The . the iýMp Lirsp Wa d auL tni~~ b . rasi 14a: id pleasos trainu were held on evYrr was mmd l is sue iudmsm, -jt~ *tr;~~ Thath3) $ m.d, aUd N isdeskl esurLad ikof any kInd sa mews. t 0.1s rrma tr li bo roadbed was hel emly by t e AslJs aup e m... tae . rWTh ite~o k~rm due ~k im ' wihnd, aVr she .inds on l (...

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 February 1908

Fl£inWL*UiWrA OaLEAEIN COttea Plaker. Another cotton picking macbine has been invited by Mr.reaiville A. Humason of atches, Miss. Americn ingnuity will keep at it until ome day a scesful me chin wi be n use.-Aleaadria Town Talk. ekt Gardenang. Truck gardemiig has recently Iseeived a ren t m tus in this sotione. Our cunes ood from Kansas ot as five cents a hua dred pou.ds less than they used to. We ot to save about three million dolas a year Judgiin by the looks of some of our back yards.--Crowley 8ignal. Wood IPup. 8eisotists of the forest service have figured out that the 8unday edition of one New York newspa per requires the out from 39.7 acres of lnd to supply the wood plp for the mmanufaturn of the w t paper necessary for the pr" ing of the diti, while a single week-day edition of the ie peperreu reues, approri mately oat from 11.6 sores of timber land. Thee figures allow a stand of amime co of wood to the acre. It Paid. DIbt s epress t thate Iota hog which dressed pounds met so...

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 February 1908

-. -I*'lk Plai Talks -a Fertifrers h h a wenl-known sold to Southern farm. c ofact that in eas tyear;andevery o produce the year the demand e getes p- l -e greater. - from any soil it The best results in Mont ontain an .ac.ul producing corn, the -m over and above good old stand-by crop pil demands that can of the South, follow the ýolybýbe made on it application of 200 to the plants. 800 pounds of the right Many farmes will feed their fertiliaer. Virginia-Carolina stockas much nourishing food Fertilipers will greatly "in s they can possibly assimi- crease your yields per acre" late, yet will starve their crops of corn or anyther crop even en the mistaken notion that on poor land--nd the most heyae "economizing" on fer- wonderful resul are produced tiliser. The experiences of through its use on good land. fraars., government experts, Write today to the nerst and agricultur- office of the ir alists every- giniadCarolina where confirm Chemical Comn the fact that pany fora copy plants, ...

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 February 1908

E wm11 ath seea -mu I . A. ýlli road Mamager. S.............. . ) .. Ma lr d las Paie h S as magd.en h d Whdi. al r~te made k hew e a ppluatioS. A£gee an sammem sis ad make all Q e~a l.t mamo eorder payable to th soelea wD *he lad to receive for pub mma tlm iews epoible citieaes upon al sauee et paie latereaL AU attelee for ame beM by the writer, the rSe ass pfi lhewev'r. , tie Ar eshyoM be Ia this omee not later a1 u:- a. i.haraudy. ~be Sentinel forms se satd be put to pri at J p. m. each Friday, February 21. 1908. Captain T. J. Sween)ey, an old river steamboajman, aged 74 years. died Feb. IIth. on board of the stemmer Gem at the mouth of the * Beouf river. Even Uncle Sam's postal effici ency and promptness gets on the deiciency side of the ledger. A letter mailed in New Orleans in 854 to a lady in Newark, N. J., has just been delivered to the lady to whom it was addressed. It took 53 years for it to reach its destination. It is contended that when a man mures an understudy of hims...

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. — 21 February 1908

Spr . ng Op ening SaleReality SBlaze Forth In Its Great Magnitude and Splendor -At Sheets and Pillow Corset Cover Cases ' UIN & (IBS N .Special i Lot S'e O Q UIN & GIBSON With one row of Val in center.. lock sewed, an lace or embroidery bead Sa.Come Monday--Come Every Day iniat each We offer them at each S6k A vision of snowy white loveliness in this store now. Newly stocked 2k For this Great Sale 1 LotPilow Casems 4x3i, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24 1908lin Drawe. . p.im hemm., qual- nicely trimmed with Iace linor inserton, good quqliu pil of Ipusin, price ech A sale carefully planned and shrewdly bought for and one that will of muslio, at each 12k stamp an indelible impression in the mind of everyone fortunate 3k * t . enough to be here MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24. History repeats itself. But / Iwe are never satisfied in repeating the merchandising triumphs of 1 TLt rSampd Diess, the past. So we offer for Your inspection and purchase a more Tarle gular ant be a 25 Dozen uck Towels Scarf m r...

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. — 21 February 1908

Sras t New Orle 1 3 Mardi Gras at New Orleans• " Help one of the young ladies by subscribing to'The Southern Sentinel. Enter The Southern Sentinel Contest and you may be one of the party. Any young lady over 14 years of age may be nominated by any person nowI a subscriber or by any person becoming a subscriber during the period of the contest. The Southern Sentinel will give to the young ladies of Winnfield and vicinity a trip to Havana, Culi, with a stop-over at New Orleans, to see the Mardi Gras. This trip is worth winning. The trips will be made from Winnfield to New Orleans by rail and from New Orleans to Havana on one of the Morgan Line Fine Steam Ships Your choice of either steamship, the Proteus or Chalmette. The Southern Sentinel pays the expense of the young ladies, including train fare, Pullman and dining car service, hote: bills in New Orleans and Havana, and steamship passage, which is First-class and includes meals and staterooms. You will spend five days in the City of...

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. — 21 February 1908

V- ii p in, s J. ; l . Sh. -. F. s, Aek. : s 4. leaves -Sp. i. Sm 9s p, a1.,. Teals. aolt AtA. ?lo.. ?. A!e Wa aQrm. 2ew Al, zamilala. Mo. t. a evs9 i p.m le Ae90r zad, A *. 1 m't- Udlwq & NaIgal~ri Os (3ui fiwt Valley). Ms.1. Asesbe*.mD. t. :1 Ma.m.d La.'y. N36 3smteb.s-Arf 1:. a. o n. daily No. L. 1'h bes d-sp. a p 3:4 p m daiLy. No. U miA. 6:6 p. : . daily. Tremont & Gulf Railroad rctive No.. 1, 11r. Detweea Treast an NORTH BOUND. Daily - o Sauday; No. aS leaves Wi- soad 98 a. a Chatbamville l061 a. a., Race u:9a. marrlvla6Tremont l:10 p. M. N- o $ kave s oWinnhd 6:0 p. i., (NflZ 9:vI m. Eros 7:06 p. a.. ar dllg Trsrtne7:?6p. W. SOUTH BOUND. Os e. Ieaves Tremont 9:U5a.s., taee 11 a. a.. Cbhtb-amille 10:16 a. in, anriviag WnisM D moos. xetaday, No. 9 leaves Treinas p. a .. arrhi)na 1:9 p ; No. 31 leaves has 1 a. -L., h.ataiviUc 699 a. in.. arrwliagWlaafeIo a a. M. Tea 30o.1 none. --ta at Trenmont with V. S. 1 P. lsars hom N -.a ". and Shrt i-eport. Trai No. eaeet at .reman...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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