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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 18 September 1885

FORElBN GO8 rw jewes in the Cathedral are valued at l14000,000. the famous chess ply played forty games in Br-. aa bliandfolded, and wrn are forbidden in the Ber the police ordinances decid the machine is a velocipede, is prohibited. * deer are to be accellmatized in her reg of the Bohemian Ss, the climate is be to be favorable to the experi The Turooman horse, though not has wonderful staying powers, will, with his loose canter, cover a "d mi!es a day for ten days. thens will be the next capital to an International Exhibition. A tic Greek has lately bequeathed necessaryfunds, and the display will place in 1887. .-In the recent practice in the Med (England) with the new Brennan o, worked by a steam engine in fort at Sheerness, the torpedo ran S'jlong way up the harbor. following dodging a pinnacewith remarkable tenets of the Mahdi's religion ery strict. If a married man is tyof immorality he is put up to his t in the sand and stoned to death. he steals his hand is cut off. Sing 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. — 18 September 1885

Eastwr Star Lodge t,1. F. & A. 31. ee.tat Winnfield on the second Saturflay In each month. S. M. E.rTnX. W. 31.. J. 31. ABEL. Scretary. Montgonery7 Lodge 1G.. F. & A. 31.. meet at Montgolner" on Saturday before the fourth Sunday in eacth lmonth. II. V. McVCAIN.W. 3I., J. M3. MCCAIX, Se~retary. PARISH DIRECTORY. CIECUIT COURT OF APPFALS. oa. A. B. George.............. lien. J. C. Montcure ............J.ludtl-e 'l'erms.-First Mtihd.us in April iand Novenmber. FOURTH IDISTRICT (OURIT. liHe. R. D. Bridger .. ............Idge eon. George Wear..... )Ii-·rt-: Attornvey Civil Terms.-First Moundavy in M3arclh. June, September and D)ecember. Jury Terms.-Fhirst Mondays in June and December. W. J. Sowers, Sheriff and Tax Col,'ctor. It. C. Jones.........Clerk and ]rc,. orer J. T. Wallace ..................e.. snor DR. F. N. Brian ............. ..('ot.x.rt W. A. Little............ Parish 'T'rncaurer J. D. Williams.... President 'Policta Julrv J. J. Dickerson. President School Board J. M. ...

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. — 25 September 1885

r ýyr " .e" .,2 9V-ýl'i.. .:w r+ ,.r5º,; · , k 2 ~ · DHE SOUTHERI SENTINEL Gllciul Journal of Winn Parish. PUELISTIEI) EVERY FRIDAY, sr THEe WL¶1IILDB PUBUSBING CBOPAXY, AT Wi5U .Ad Winn Pariah, LouIdaha. J. T. WALLACE............. Editor. p reiu at the VaunlIrd Pe.t Office as second clans mistter. 3adwepiption per eair, is alcanoe. 82 00 coiiii~itli With weakly 'Thmes-I)cD moerat.. 3 00 With Southean Clttivntr. ...... 3 00 With IDetmocrat and Cultivatosr.. 4 00 Adrertising Rates. Ome lsmertien, per inch or lIe - - $1 00 fMLh Bubiiqfen t inflcrti.l - l ltices, per line. - 5 arIam. IJ~ in ii. ýInr . 1 t M. he Ia_... ............... 51 OOt 3 S i 50 2 a TwoL aeher ;5.:' I 11 $ I 3 00 T'_ ce hlerbs - - j 350 10 :I1 15(10 St (of Four laches - - - 943 L~I a ' LuO 4 ? ;00 Fre Inces - -- - 1 0 1; -to wo Fre lack.es- - I - 3 00 15 5t0 I 200j 1 Haatt Ce1mn-. Jai4 00-001 .50~ 300 r)0 t)e Cemn -- - 45 00 50O0 101000 lies 11amor ei'. NoupareU type, is a square. dnem et a pereseal character will ...

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. — 25 September 1885

I NFIELD. WINN PARISH LA., IN AN OLD GARDEN. I elemmts-tre6s reach their arsem To eade this quiet garden p ,ot. lad be-asd taere a fragrant knot Of roses tempte the buzzing swarms. Avid a bost of alien weeds Sfaca of familiar blooms inbreathlng stories in perfumes, ea ghosts of some forgotten seeds. yb ereetiug vine. Its tendrils round the erooked rows ofantrimmed box, Forsaken now, methinks it knocks To gatn admittance to the ground. all i. waste and desolate Sblangrse fall of griet, The blue-bird hidden by a leas Slag sorrowfully to his mate. The seattered lowers alone are gay; Ther fragrance Ills the gentle wind. And I, grown drowsy. dream and fnd The Iu forgotten yesterday. D. miern.s s Tinou's Coasoaiosm. A GREAT AERONAUT. An lerial Voyage Across the En gush OChannel n 1785. Tlo hsmo Fet Performed by Dr. Jef ies, a Besttonl-a-H aeeption in skranee--Freaeb Soeety as it Was a Century Age. The ballooning festiva held at Gui enne recently, was in honor of Jean Pierre Blanchard and ...

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. — 25 September 1885

FOREIGN GO M . I -i whonesses a beetg taie , into Great Brikima Robers of (Meae, the eM of the Dus de Chrtres whedld ,had been an idiot from his ?ope Leo isdyspeptc, although the does not affect his samiabilty. said7 bread and milk I his diet in weeke ro -Parisian dandies are wearing oal shirt fronts with white collars and and some bold spirits appear in array even in the evening, accom it with a white tie. They have to waist-coate of flowered Jean, grounds of delicate pink and blue. -One of the rules of Monte Carlo is when a visitor has lost everything s the gaming table he must leave Mo asco. The administration pays his fareto whatever part of the world he may desire to go. but if he has no moans of support he is not permitted to remain. Thus it is that there are no miserable persons in the Drincipatity. -The following appears in a London paper: "London season. A lady of good position, without children. offers to take charge of a young lady of good family, and presenther to a wide...

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. — 25 September 1885

E ras $Sar Lde. .151, F. & A. M. asset sL WsimaAe on the aecomd Saturday S X. SMTxr, W. V.. J. I. AniEl, Se .etar. Montgomery Lodge 1o.. .. A. N.. meatt o tgomesy on Saturday before lte *uwt Sunday ia each month. H. V. McCAix,W. 3.. J. M. McCAUM, pSeretary. e *I- PARISII DIRECTORY. IRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS. 3em. A. B. George... is. J. C.enc...... ........Jndges *Th9ras.-First Mondays in April apd Iveomber. FOURTH DISTRICT COURT. -ew. R. D. Bridger ............ .. Judge Nao. George Wear..... Ditrict AttArney (Clvll Terms.-First Mondays in March, Jn, September and December. Jury Ternnms.-First Mondays in June snd December. W. J. Sewers, Sheriff and Te Colector. 3. C. Jones.......... Clerk and Recorder J. T. Wallace................. Assessor DI F.N . Brian................Coroner W. A.Little..........Parish Treasurer J. D. Williams.... President Police Jur. J. J. Dickerson, President School Board J. M. Abel......... Magistrate, Ward I eilar Days of Preaching. Mbthodlst-Ilt Sunday in ...

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. — 2 October 1885

VO L..........IELD, -A., FRIDA Y. OCTOBER 2-.,,n5. VOLUME 2. WINNFIELD, LA., FRIDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1885. OO . *_um THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. Offcial Journal of Winn Par ishi. PUBLIShIED EVERLY FRIi)AY, BY TIM'1 WINFI ?L1 PUBLL'SIIIN(G COlil-ANy. at WkmmftmlL, Wise Parish. Lonisiaiia. J. T& WALLACE...... ...... Etlit-or. 1lred at the Wiunfield Po-t O!)fl"r "t: ciwea m.tt.,-. Uubgcription per year. in adlvaine. e2 00 COMBINEID With weekly Titeis-L)c~ienpnrat..- :1 ito With Southern Cuitivazcr....... . iti With Democrat and Ciil:i-a'.r.. :. ' Advertising Rates. One Insertion. per inch or le--s Each subsequent inseraiin - - Loenq Neticas per lane. - - 5L OOE lack. xS (t0 p 35 $ i 5(t 1 ;1? tk Teo inche. 5 T n50 10 I 15 ') 1 i ++t vrlucbes - - - 101: IS 1a 4t1 30 Ott Tee Inchs - - - 11PO 16 Ct) IN I :.R +T.' Six Inches- - - 13 413 1-5o1 36+ 43 ' Halt Columu. - 4 - 00 35 fea 5"o itt41(4 One Colnann- - 4500 6i0O0 85o1)14800 Tea Hltes or sea. Nonpareil type, I a squlare. clans 0 a personal ch...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 2 October 1885

sa t b°W t t.RUnm Ps E WINNFIELD. WINN PARISH LA.. SUMMER RHYMES. tovr's YOUNo DJRUM. Now the and geatle maiden, who are _. _ _ iat looe's young dream, fhiak that life s naught but snshine, cars ads, sad lemon cream. RICH AID POOD. Now the folks, who can afford it, rush for eoolnes to the mountains. W.ie the tolers in the city seek the same at soda tomntains. T ur PLaUNRER's RIrAL ow the druggist's face is beaming, as the nickels to him pass, And he thinks there's fun in sellingseroth at alf a dimesaglass. I.'S IN SLASON AGAIN. ow the greenecucumber ometh for a sea. 0so brief to stay. And the doctors are preparing remedies for abolea Is MsrTAERx Fon A su'RrZanr. Now that foe to human comfort, stinging, is taken a and serserved up In A MYSTERY. Now the bof who "wasn't swimming," and who wishes none to doubt hat he's truthful, can't imagine why his shirtt s tside out -icuIor CarSer. HOTEL BEAT. A Veteran Clerk's Experiences With Genteel Franda. Wemuwmmi Va.i.. and beir Comtets Wilnsl ...

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. — 2 October 1885

-A Georgla -a tried to eat weds in the feet of his daughtet., that she could not imperil her seul tly dancing.-o-icago Inter-O09a . -A bicycle club in Hug is Ialled .ead pesther Kere.purtgyesaelet. Whenever a member tlkes a header, he lava it to the ame.-Burissqton Free Iress. -An Ohio faram stepped on A rat tlesnake with his bee foot and got away without being bitten, but he says b. prersa bar of hot iron.-Detroit _a reat. -A dropof liquid arie chloride or eeaktio nitrate, mixed on a piece of with metallic zinc or copper, will ae instantaneous growth of gold and silver ferns.-Chicago Herald. -The people of Crawford County, Pennsylvania, give queer names to Bome of their towns. The following are specimens: Stringtown. Vallonia. Kerrtown, Goose haven, East Liberty and Frogport. --Some olthe most intelligent crit ics, basing their affirmation upon the character of art exhibitions of the past fewyears, agree that Engl:sh art is in a shte of positive and visible decay. -C~iago Current. ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 2 October 1885

. M, "-' . Y. XcCAnrx. S4cretary. RADt-. E ISH MEELCTORY - IRCUIT COURT- O APEAL'. jaw. A. B. G e "--w ...... " >; "F 3Fludar in Aorii andI FOL~*TH UIJFTTRCT COURT. L D. Btidger . Judge 7G 4sorge Weair.. ...District Attornev 1B Teas .-First Mondays in March. Je ,# ;ocBs c and December. Juzy Tnrs--.First Mondays in June Sheriff and Tax Colector. S ..Clerk and Recorder J u v I ae ..e..... ........ or w N. Brian ... ...... oroner '$LTaU .............Pariah Treasurer J: I)d Williama.... Prcsdcnt Poldtce Jury J .. icDher nOn. President School Board L.X. Abel........ Maot.tae, Ward 1 N~~pi~l~IaFs~ Day e Preneh~izug. * l, fPecfg-.t - t Sunday in cac hi month; _ 3?. C. BEar. =2nd Sunday in each month, and before; by Elder Win. lb - ld r; 's= GLEANINGS. +. ~y-4 ecrase has struck our ebeginning to put on a fall ap pleased to ~eet Ir. W. B. A4semsor of Grant parish, in our aptuday last. hasb had considerable sick faly during the past week, anayter now. y z~ ~o a family, S(days It Wianceld, ...

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. — 9 October 1885

WINNFIELD, LA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1885. NO, ft...I di WgTI~ibr7.b ? IULMEIW4WAXPT, * ..·- . ..ua.r, ~aift-t4Wvea.e oud + . .......,. .?... itr asl te.,aa -Iý - IIM - Is ;iiL. +s .' 31*.ii l ým itJ .s.. ~ q.L· up4~.,br asmse p~;wibsrz~~udrl F·dh.~? $:Lps· x ' -Y'Y }, a y" fý."ý.e.4m ýi I{ 4~3i~ `'. by I * MhCELLA3zoU ¶. CrIP~N Nurseries ClaQhorne 1raria*, La. A. Y. CLIN(GMAAN, Pro.. Dealers In all kinds of Soiuthern and acclimated Ttnat and Onawmentia Treeu, Grape i'caa,-Eeireens, Sirnab., R-ireem. etc. ('ultlvated and for satelaatthe Cling man Nurseries. - Very C:eariest andIatest Peaareh, ats o theth elebrated Leconte Pear, having hM~i many years experiernce hSIgrowing Nurnyasstock, Imke it aIu ol~jee o the vrieties of Emits; QI e eeiltOer the *autsti of any e ni1'stmyhardy sorts; n giving as i I tariy o n ttentlon to tilling order, ezait in the future to give the samfhc satlatwtIos that I have abundant proof of having done In the p*PL he'ge Uwe ng agents In Tepqbkr~'nnxas and A c...

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. — 9 October 1885

ýý. ýt . ýý="ý`_. _ ý - Y . ýý ,r a~qtr at I - w uso__ - doa - I I MOMV I@m m N YOUa E -FUR4OBYZD Bi. ry ? mi Ise!b ~~ir <- 1 3 bb -1m · so qp~v~ - - IL.~ UsWL?~Y QI* - ~be .~ ~U rte. ý _491" to·(i I.p ]Ce Ewreo *ei d.bth -wd o - . 'to Ag~is :'Ur tSl S ai m and, Ot a st dt ME 'te natves - m bfr dg~aa It has bees long known to Itr~ as na e opis.hom An aduLt insvems a sh and gmn oralj uf eh when haetiv r miids one of a pbsat, but it bears, mealy, aos ear relation to the pheas ant; In fact, it has no nea relatives lin being the sol. survivor of its g , its family, Iorder, as order d hi atg have fouand naumero u r ttlvei a fosil state. S1egcrauhialw rage Is quite thi tied, b foundonly about tae e ory te Amf o an mouths di its lower tributaries. Its L I rarely found fewer than a &oe. tost was Its habitat is peculiar. and *s for tie most past limited to a slng zfissIPlet. This plant-cal agaquis amid. Itha lrgo heart abaped leaves, callalike flowers and pineapple-like fruit. It vari...

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. — 9 October 1885

4*a - ~I ikki awl Y~. ~i~cit do r wua 'ithir am1 s2wmsrha a gSo.P take 3 ouý t thi pit Ia ydoa; ~p~ 4 ft dlows ad oil the h,_ e kuww It was setted. lea 4wohm -br skra g reom q.h s.LY~P down i. thes -dyp al ++rloebed SIt was Iouht out "it Ul Mobb hie MEOW, mtd~*o$ a:Bw did SbC I~J·l~;uh hI. b:ura uS K,ý ti 7 t y- *is abort gee the Swheat midllams sad a day, and se them a r ear bee-keeper takes the mtrilat makes a better bees than alfalfa clover. bImade.Am it, he sa s. .imeetl to *0tfrom white cver.' `po loa ne on, one large mmall two mn fa ealf gee maLl oaup milt,, two and at e of flor, two small teaspoonfutls of bin powderu, antmeg or lemon to fsaor.-4As Beessehod. -A WIsooslrd farmer claims to have discovered a specific remedy for the ravages of thepoteto bag. He plants one or two flax seeds in every of ottoesand says that by so doing the b never troable tie crep. . 4v --The Bmn teoads that there is wondertalin the fertiliing pso etwal of clover. It is astomisng tthe farmers do not...

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. — 9 October 1885

t Axe ý - M,..ýý"ý kh ý Y3bcgrbli 'Pi~'·L ·· c~ ~f~ JESC oy y .~r 'A W. Ysz &WEAL. in Apri and ....m tDrk't Attorney d1u~ F.I brg tM odaips Iis 3I~rda tirai eC~ebher. , ILMoudaj. Mi Jane .. it~~ 'liTnak Ti lector. Jis~.... ... Clerk and lfrcor4wr PfRthJh.w Jury 'Abel........ .glt Irte, Ward 1 3qmhtr Das. +relag· wadeio arhmonth. and ! rde ltg. Mer C;ký/,-ha at- 1 lid SIEWifICS1.t pj~~ I + toah our* a Wb 19 p OWI ahy. rmhs 1s of iat kind that has *leai Omnls in ' y1ars, Isa e sl eoal14ernbly elated g...It t The little -tranuger Ot~ athborne, and the pet cats a~d dois, tiy now "git." Iqa letter from lIon. N. C. Blanchard to Dr. J. F. Kelly, we learna, that a free arbucarsip iatM emlphis Medical Ccl tlee, is to be to this Conoresslonal District (4th). Dr. Kelly has recommen ded our young friend, 1). II. Caldwell, and he has received the appointment. lorace, we coogratulate you.. We ware pleased to have Mr. A. B. Iltsdley, editor of the tcuhirman, at Columbia, and Aases~or of Caldwe...

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. — 16 October 1885

i. --'IS VOLUME 3. WXNNFIELD, LA., AY, OCTOBER 16, 1885. *.wmd .1a Wiu Parish. ImLIHiL D EVERY FRIDAY, AT Ta, rrsana8 ).jaFIISHI 00I<PANY, JI. T. WALLA ...E, ... .14Mwe. UVWi at thUimad P C *am ase r np·oS per year, in advance. Wlt btbea s Vý.h.. 300 WI o m~aid Ctlstlytor.. 4 00 £1 -J- S -u 51s -phm~UtbusEtSs paaI sel - " - . 18 *WPS. tin. . M. I atm IL *;g .- Su *li a I 401 ". - 1ta I ; U M se >w U0 s e n it at 12 l uspa 4f 4549 so me a ud FMaystll! P11 oi. b.d F. IU#4 ammisr. ' dai anal r-I li l 1~at 5P.Y atd~lflT t A . ý .ý _ ,ow-º.F.D P o a sar·PvS :,t ý ',aRýq. =-LA v4ý . ..ý .' ý~ 7t,ýnRe AMmlCELLALNEOL'S. Clingnan Nurseries, HOMER, Claiborne Paria, La. A. K. G8 , Pro... Dealers of Southern and acclimated O at mental Trees. 'Grape VInes, rub', Roses. etc. Catl sale at the Cling lan N er rliest and latest eaches. alo ýbrated Lecoute su. lHaving had m experience wing Nursery e it an to propogute of fruits adapted to mneet of my astomer.s partculafl rts; a ag 4lb 'myy ton o...

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. — 16 October 1885

WARl3LD. -WINK' PFRISi L,.. SterSeees eale, bdl a sd head: dear d Fead! larewell dear beart! Whee Joy have I slne we mass part# pa set y poor, pale roes, Ilke those dark Whh twee so often lovtiny to mine; h o e e-n serasti th the tentskles. iut seh hoe voeed the ight for wjI tch I been he world Is dark oboes we meat paro mdfiat o Upst so often presOed to mine: qdl of woeds love-fragrant a o lfe's dose, Now sIat the volce for whIah I daily pine. eewel, dear loes I Farewell, deer B w oweat oS love! How sad to part1 oI e, aMilO loves-a victor over death, For thatdearheart I shell not always pine. Ferwell dear love! Farewelldearheart W we al meets, and nee ,e 8TITDYING TORNADOES. How Wbd*8torm Reporters Do Their Work The Dibsemes Dstweem a Cyelome end Strbeade-The someer Beistpg to hs Hest sadE the Lat. tee os the West. I"seuteaaat John P. Finley, of the Tornado Diision. United States Signal Corps arrived in Philadelphia yester day to make a specialstudy of the de stra e stom wha hpasse...

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. — 16 October 1885

1ea eo -T . Phryva.au papla oA U a lior, were tie ast to sol geM and -Thr.¶h the eats of Oaia the bee stopped is the a aod Der hama -Japan p essesi$OO anewp er Net a slugl Jurnal of any in Ox isted or was ooght of in the country twety-five years ag. -A woman who had been fourteen year in lathe service of Queen Victoria was convicted at Middlesex Seseions receotly and sent to prison for two maths for theft. -A Venetian gondolier makes on an average four francs (about eighty cents) a day the year round. On this he will marry, rear a family, and put some money away. ' -At a recent caucus meeting of the senior branch of the Bonapartists it was ruled that no orator, when he ad dressed the sovereign people, "should speak with a plug of tobaooo in his mouth.': -Nicholas Leblano is to have a mon ment. He was the French chemist who, in 1742, discoveted how to nro duce sods artificially, thereby contrib uting immensely to themoder progress of industr es. -There has been a heavy decline in man...

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. — 16 October 1885

MCEETINGM' *kU irr U'1e ii, rV. & A. 3L &IaMrW. M.: J. AL Ausite°ertay IOWeVU)~ lodge RU F. £ A. N.., - aSetat l ronemy on Stuwrday befor i fti day Ian tuh month. H. V. hkt;AtstW Y., JY. K. ik1auI, Secaetury. mu. DI IZCfOKY.r c ·tI? co013 OF AIEALS '94. . . . Geegps.· ,1J. 4 t _ M ondays In April anii Its mw.o - - p i bIStUICT COUCT. I.Z DI UrIdg er............Judge ear .....District Attorney ors,-Fina ndays In March, bet and December. -First Mondays in June ssii 'W. J. Seers, Shallf and Tax Coleetor. 3. C.s.3 ....... Cle and Recorder J. T. ~~~rr~; . ............. ..Aaeessor " r.......ii.... ............ oromer JV. ....... .EatIsh Tressurer J.D. msms....Pm ert FOlsCe JSIY J. 5. Pkwun, PsdeMa School Board J; -tWAU... . Eaglatrate, Ward I Negrw 1t" d uem hmg. hea.-Ist Sunday in each month; rIVSW D. C. Bear. 3SdundayIn each month, and byider Wi. Mc ~s~iRR~IAL _EL IIUSS. gb~~~3i~3L, -4w ftae ' SU*ir. mow; ad d.. rzV~'a woad f ime: our last -' Debien. t .MIsSmas aihý I. 'iu mow. ...

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. — 23 October 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. — 23 October 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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