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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 24 October 1884

VOL1EE 2. WINNFIELD, LA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1884. TB .SOUTHERN SENTINEL QO&La Journal of Winn Parish. PU3LLSUEIIE EVEIRY FRIDAY, nlT TIlx AIIFIELD PU3BLISBIiG COIIPAhiY, A abEbI& Wina Pariah, fLo 'isna.. I;. IP S,............... -.6d mar. IL A. STONG.......... Associate. : 1JrU thke Wiwfel d Post (ece asc secod elrsis'mtter. .2aesiptlon per yer, in ad~ailie. 8'2 00 CUSBIUP With weekly Timei-Dt mocat.. -,! 00 SWith &,uLherJ* Cultiratur..... . 003 wish IDemocrat and Cfltiv .ttor.. 4 00 * - Advertising Ratesa. I hbertaiof. per inch or Ieee - - t5 r »bl mlgteqa i apetliaS - - 7 L sI ýotiv I P .-ee 4:. - sr .. e - - x $ioos. lztI$ 1tw(: SE..rI...... U tI ' 1fse - - I 11(8) ICQO3 - (K) W611W lahe - - -. - 11100 1:i4t' Is mI' 43 on t~elaw- -- 43W t W 0_j140 0 Ta Hm Ibs r he... "Sonpeidil type isa, 3.y .trc. -Sui of a per @uai ~arstrt5 i di-be c hai"te `' 1j)OFE ' SIOXA1L' 'C~itAD. DRW. 3. F. KELLY, praet~augPJasfdran aid Surwen, Cgfe-Drag Store, - tal 43-1 S WLYXFI}L1, T.A. D...

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. — 24 October 1884

3Was WUeNaPr - R sitL.. WINNlFIELD, WINN PARIbSH AL, A INOBITY REPORBT. "They eay" I could get her, but then 1p Inot quite so vain as some mern; 0o 1 dotubatbsly smile. Taouth I ihelir all the while "Iou U1 do, at a pinch. Jenny Wren." 'They eay" I could set her, b-it then ram no near as vain as rome m-gn; I've tb en asubbe I on " 'Ile Hll," And-yos, banL it Il will "' re come to the pinch. Jenny Wrenl" "They raw" I can set her, but then My vanity ever ag.in Shall bee I to their rant; One says that 1 ean't. And that one. alas! Jenny Wrena -Edwantr N. Barre-t, in TI ca theiment. THE UiLLrAN GuHOST. The Stry Told on a Rttatead Tralt by a Commertal Traveler. "Altoona! Twenty minutes for sup per." The man with the shiny plug hat and linen duster smiled, shifted his seat, sprinkled the sto;e with tobacco-jakie and continued; "Gemmen, I am acommercial traveler, I am. One of a set of roosters more sinned agin than sinnin', but not easy to fool - not much. '"Gemmen. twelve years ago last Ma...

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. — 24 October 1884

nano~~a Cb .DurimSf the year sooa eo,'Aw.urv o beer were drank ia Ger -A Stuttgart doctor says that corpu st persons may become thin by sleep ag on sad wearing animal wo -A broom of royal hair is used to sewp before the shrine of Buddha in the Bddhist College at Colombo. Tb hairs cams from the head of the ugt of Csmbodha, who was purposely aso for this pious duty. -The new uniforms of the Russian .an are so severely simple that they g almost ugly. Even the time-hon ead ametal button is discarded, the fast ea.ags being hook and eyes hidden feoe sight. -There are innumerable cats in the aderground railroads of London. No me has ever seen one of them without its t I cut off showing its narrow es scpe from the thousands of passing trains. -Dr. Fox dec'ares that a morbid ter er do oosumption is rapidly develop iag among the less intelligent classes is Great Britain by the constant reitera boa of the talk about contagion, and that consumptire patients are neglect ed by friends and relativ...

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. — 24 October 1884

Schedaleplf Waft IkinnftQdd and Montgnwer. Arrhne daily, ex wi&uJiaiy. at 5 P. M. leartx dally-epxe Sundty. ikt 8 A. M. Win ll"d and Cnolhibia. Arrives TueTdars and Fr4hM"t 12 M. D)epart Tuesdays and FrlddAy-. at I P.M. Winlfield and 1 'rion, Arrive] Tuesdays and Frida?% at 12 M. Depairt i'uedky& aiadl 1riiktdj aat I P. !d. Wiannicid and .%paU. Arrive. every W'ednersdaiy at 5 P. M. IFJeart' every Thnr- dy at 6 A. M. D. F. DUNN. Poetnaister. LODGE A MEETINGS. Eastern Star Lodge 151. F. & A. M.. meet at \Vinnfleld on tlhe stceoxd S a;turd:ay in eaich uIoclli. S S' 1MITUH.A b1.. -- -J M. AIL. SrIwy-r *r . 'Month' .rneny Lodge X. F:, & A. 31.. beetALr Mointgoweri onr' $urd v 1wfub the4~ fourth Su p. t in lt itooni:m. WILL. A. 8TO( W. YM.. XARISB DIRECTORY. (3RCTT CO)rBC O F APIEAL?. lion.-A. B. George.... lion. . C. Moneure. ..... TJRdos Terns.-First Mond:ays ino :AII :ind Novcruber. ForRTFL DlR.TUtIC COtlIT. Ion. R. I). Bvirh er-·.... r......... Judge louaGeorge! Wear. ...

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. — 31 October 1884

-VOLU.E 2. WINNFIELD, LA., FRIfDAY, OCTOBER 31, 14S. * NO. 6. THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. gctiaI Journal of Wiun Parish. PUBLISHIED EVERY FRIDAY. BY THE "IUIFIZLD PCBLISIII3G COX1IN, AT Iew w Wima Pari, Ljdaua. 3. I. IUN. ............... ..Editor. WUJA. STROLGI, .... Associate. ýIiluedst tsee Winolleld Poet Qe a. ,coudi eia>, matter. °-w iin per year. in airauewe . $2 Ol cOMIII\EIP .WRuI weisklv Tirine-ý-)cDnmomt.. 1 (X *ith Southe'mrn Cuntivtater....... (:1) SWith Deniocrit and C'nltivator. -4 (K) Advertising Iutes. i iasario:, ier inchi iii' lees _ `' apireyaent ill-ert~on - : 1 )ohesn. per ltne, - - - - 1 * WAC. j in. A UL i.1 Sh.............. 0 5 °. 7i 10 ~meeb. - 1151 1.04 I f 1 I) ie24( ,':r mInces 9 2i 1.i 21 i 44K' IM :1 00 lumnhw. - "44 :3i0 400 4.001 melýt.n.ia - - - 4 1) I" 5 01 + ) 0) ) ( leimm - 4.00 11 (XI00 14000o a'linwe or less, Nonpareil typee, i a sq4uare. lards of a personail euruc-ter uill be nrpargd *ub rde.a PRf)FESSIOX-.IL C.IRDN. DR. J. F. KEI.LY, cfn'tising P...

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. — 31 October 1884

3y the WI Un rPuDsLImle co. WINFIELD, WINN PARISH, LA. BOMANCE OF A TILE. mark ths hat," aid a factory girl, As the sewed her name in the silken lining. "When some fond duke or wealthy earl Will soon observe how neat the lining; IAnd who, romantic, as such oft are. Will ofer his rank, his wealth and his love; Anad bear me away to his castle afar. Where there's no thread to knot, nor nee dles to shove." 'TU buy that tile," said the cobbler grim, As he gazed on the hat ,in the shop-keeper's "Tls just the right shape, with its broad curved brim, So hide all the dirt, when rve not washed as! what a surpise'twill be to old wife When I enter the door, with a nod andstrut; Twill startle her almost out of her life To see this capeau o'ertopplang the smut!" "What bought a new hat?" said the cobbler's As e angrily hoisted It off his big head: "You'd better have gotten some thmngs for the And not let vanty rob you of bread. Didn't cost much?-Ha: what's this I see? A name and address sewn near ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 31 October 1884

t.~adon has 3,000.000 of wrking -hree-fourths of the offiers In the ,aso army wear corsets. , .Th.e Bank of England has just pmed a reading and eating room tr its derks. * -Italy's warmest city is Palermo, sxt Naples, then Genoa, then Rome. gome is much the coldest of the four at ight. -The brokers of Mark Lane, Lon . , say that people want twenty per lat~ mort bread when the weather is .Idd than when it is mild and muggy. - The Mayor of Vienna has received a donation of 100,000 florins, and a ealed letter as to its ultimate distri Ibtio, which is not to be opened till 180. ..1The Chinese Min'ster's name is i; .Ja," and his little daughter's name i "M-i." The Chinese alphabet con ains about 60,000 letters, but it is evi dest that a good many of them have ery little to do. -A vessel off Para reports falling in with a mass of spiders floating in the .air. The rigging and sails were cov wed with the weo, the long threads of which formed the balloon for the tiny eronsats. For several mi...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 31 October 1884

. b eddle of Mails. Wimit and 3MontgmHer., .Arrives di; d except Sunday, at iP. M. )epat daill ept Sunday, at S A. M. Win* lekl Cnolhulr lia. Arries Tuesdays and Fridays at 12 3I. IepartTuesdays and Fridays, at I P. M. Winntleld and Vernon, Arrive Tuesdays and Fiida. s at 12 31. Depart Tuesdays and Fridlys at 1 P. 31. Winulleld and Snorta, Arives every W anesdny at 5 P. M. Depart ever Thursday at 6 A . 31.j D. F. DUNN. I'ostmnaster. LODGE EETINGS. Eastcrn Star Lody, 151. F. & .A. I.. meet at %,inulltih! on the secind Sa:'|tud., in each mono,:h. 8. M. SM.ITHa. V. 31.. J. 3I1. Ani<I.. S`crtltrT. Montgmn.ry Lodg, 1: ;. F. & A. 31.. meset at Monte3.uy '.n1' S;turd.y " tr. the fourth SundaIy in eat-hli montih. WILL. A. STItO :, W. M'.. J. M. Mc'AIN. ecreeaeta. PARISII DIRIECTORY. CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS. lion. Aa B. George................... lion. J. (. Moneure ............[..udgo~s Teruts.-First Moiudais in April and November. FOURTH DISTRICT C(OUR:T. lion. R. D. Bridger ......

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 7 November 1884

OLUXE 2-. WINNFIELD, LA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1884. r0. 7. THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. ial- Journal of Winn Parish. FUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, Er TAR wIFPIELD PUBLISHING COMPANIY, AT Whals. Wite Pariah, Louisiaua. SBRIAN..... . ......Editor. WILL L STLONO.:........ Associate. ja at the Winnfield Pn't Oflire as ccouod .!Sst' rn:.ier. WI. we'eklyr 'I'inwe--1l~-1udctat:.. 31 O0 WIM Southern Cultiv;~tt r...... ;... W16 ilezocrwit and Cnltivati r.. 4 0(1 M ýffWsS. per tar': or e. - I _" KbSe nt in ertloli- ]f.ies, per hjaie. - - - - 1:> qtr 6lack .... I S i '_' (5' giabe - -a I'0 17501 1 '"i i\ ~ l~L~sq ~ lu oot ~, 74 E i e~ . : "`"t1; 10 01 i" +. -_' IA: Citbe I i50 ISL - 4:+ °)P :( A (0) c. aH.. ··- ·· ' I ICL1 80 !f i W :' : (I I :-il 0 13 00 k is 541 400" O~lawn 4500 { 6.i OJ } 410 J , 1411 0 0w ta lines or leaa, 0nonareil type, i a sIJuare. ars of a personal character will le cltarges Mph ro PROFESSIOYAL CARDS. DR. J. F. KELLY, ?raetingPiysiciaf and surgeon, O i,--KWw Storr, ds, 'W-Iy WI...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 7 November 1884

'ft eutl tn _eutul s ti· tIn FIw rFUsMaEi ca. WINFTELD. WINN PARISH. IA. IN A QUANDARY. rm half in love with her, I vow, For through.thbs crowded city A whole day might a fellow go And meet no girl aa pretty. Her eyes are limpid as the brook That down the isie dances. And long and dark the lashes are That veil her sunny lances. And when I look at her I think That I am hers most truly: But when I don't the thoufht will come: " She's such a little foolle. ' Now low I bow at beauty's shrine. And it would give me pleasure To see it in a home of mine, And know I owned the treasure. But, ah! I fear a lovely mouth. Though sweet as ripest peaches, Would lose its charm. ff doomed to make Porever silly .eeches. And limpid, oulless eyeswould drive . A man to thoughts unruly. Oh. why is she so pretty when She's such a little foolie? -Harpers Bazar. IOBBIG THE STAGE. The four-borse mud wagon, called by common consent a stage; which ran be tween Bokey's and Logtown, was crawl ing up the long grad...

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. — 7 November 1884

Large 0saim The latest importations of cloaks ar Smrre garments that may well be called Upper dresses," as they conceal the - beneath them, and have most of the new features of winter costumes; ties, they are close and simply shaped about the waist, the back of the skirt is fell and very bouffant on the tournure, sand the sleeves are full and set high on the shoulders, no matter how they may ab shaped below. Two materials are .lgtbined in these great cloaks, and two colors in contrast appear in them pre cisely as they do in rich dresses: for in tance, green brocaded velvet is used forthe skirt and sides of a cloak that has bear-brown plain velvet for the middle of the front and back of the waist; and this arrangement of mate rials is repeated in m'iny other colors, such as old blue with seal brown, Titian red velvet with black lace, and also with many black brocaded velvets in which there are glimpses of red or vel low woven in the fabric. Pr une-color, golden brown, and dull red ar...

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. — 7 November 1884

.P. . S. A. dh6bpr-atF I Ma arnt 1T 3.V. GeSd.aya amd ~irday, at I P. M. WI. e ..ad rern n, Arrive% 1Te.days and Fridays at l2 W. vepartTeewdavs and Fridays a6t P. M. SWinaIseid and Sparta, rrives every Wednesday at 3 P. M.. tepart every Thursday at 6 A. M. D. F. DUNN, Postmastter. LODGE MEETINGS. Eastern star Lodge 151. F. & A. fM., aeetat Winnutleld on the second inaturday n each month. S. 31. SMTrr, W. 31.. J. M. A.t.. S.elc'et;arv. Montgomery Lodge 168. F. & A. 3.. Ueet at Montgomery :l Saturday Lbefre te fourth Sunday in each mc.nth. WILL. A. STIoNsG. W. 31.. J. MI. McC-AIN. Scretmy. PARISH DIRECTORY. CIRCUIT COURT OF AePEALS. RHo. A. B. George......... .......... lion. J. . MoneJre....:.... d....gJud ;F~-.-First Mondays in April and POURTH DISTRICT COURT. iwta. B.D. Bridger............Judge lion. George Wear.....DLtrict Attorney Civil Terms.--First Mondays in March, June, September and Decetmber. Jury Termns.-First Mondays in June and December. W. J. Sowers, Sheriff an...

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 November 1884

SWIN ID, A., RIDAY, NOVlER 14, 1884. NO. 8. ý#JZNE 2. WINNFIELD, LA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1884. NO.8. IE UITHERlN SENTIN.EL @dal Journal of Winn Parish. FUBELISHEI) EVERtY F RlI).AY. Dr THE WWIFIELD PUBLISHING OXPANriT, vfaflutd Winn Parish. Louisiasa., I, . B. hhkIAN............. .. .Etitor. .LL L STB)ONG,."""" .Asswlate. Iusi ad ut Winnfield Post Ofrre as second lass matter. ,uuiption per year, in advaxre. 82$ 00 COMBINEDI WI E weekly nitnes-Dctnoeaat.. 3 00 With Southern Cultivat4or... 31k0 With Ikemocrat and Cultivator.. 41400 Advertiag Rates. a Lamrtiom. per inrh or Iess - $1 50 }Iisa~aseqcD inserton - 0 lesiot~s. per hate. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - wrAGE. 1 m. '1 4. in. It in. CILJ.... ... ... 1 00 VStb.Sa l I * 12 00 Inebch. - 5T .5 1. 1125S1 1 (00 aalashes i . " 50l0 (6)O 0 24 00 uehess- I 9- ýI 1:21 't:1 4900 50 00 ,Bo~b" 1100b 16 00X1 200 00 *abs 13 00 1` 5 _G00 42 00 Cnain. 4? Ci0 :ti 0)0 SO00U I s 00 uký ~ ~ coaab 4 00 f3 415 KS $ 00 140 00 Uhs lines or less, Narnpn...

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 November 1884

Wasi WNtPtrA RISHLA.. 3,I wara resugals coy WIrNrELD, WINN PARISH LA.. AT THE S4KING OF THE HAY. When the wh p.poor-wills are calling Andthe apple-bloms az e falling, With a tender tint forestalling ESmmer's blush up m the grass; Where the little stars are keepinr Watch above the meadow sleeping, Ana the Jack-o'-lantern's peepmng I W11uwet-- mLt mtife lase5 I will seek her; I will ilnd her; I will silly steal behind her: And with kisees I will blind her Till she sets the h, ppy dayl And when the barley's heading, And the summer rose s shedding, Oh, theie'll be a merry wedding At the making of the hay! -Sa el Miatura PFack in Manhattan. BENEFIT OF EARTHQUAKES. WSt WoMld Happen to the World If They Did Not Occur-The Constant and Persistent Attacks of Ocean-Some Facts Coeaerulag Seisic Phenomena. At the present time the community is considerably interested in the cause of arthquakes, and scientific men are p ledto for opiuions as to the rea ions of their occurrence, which opin ions are...

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 November 1884

... *.tis tohave a monument in t hich will eaost $5000. t not overloaded, Esqimanux dogs Swaly draw a sledge sixty miles a Tle boarding-house forests at Bat- I London. receives boarders at the i i .a rate of about thirty eight cents 1 The smallest pony in the world is t~dstof the Baroness Burdett-Coutts He is five years of age and athirteen inches high. . .be northern half o: the London SUdserou.nd Railroad <arried during ds last six months, 37,629,0U0 passen gagrs and injured no one. -The French Government has grant agt6i0) a year to the family of the l.aex-Emir Abd-el-Kader. Tiere are =I widows to share the income and sae twenty six children. ..-Two hundred and fifty remedies r cholera have been received by the rmeah Academy of Sciences. Ea.h of re senders hope to obtain the Breant mFi of 100,00 rants. ..sid Thoreau: I am inclined to Iak bathing almost one of the nec asries of life, but it is surprising how ladiffjrent some are to it. One farmer Swo came to bathe in Walden, one...

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 November 1884

egrs t dlaly except Sunday, at 8 A. M. WIlfr ld alnd Columbia, Arrivew Tuesdays and Frldays at 12 M. I*part'auesda ys. and Fridays. at 1 P. M. Wiantleld nd Vernon, Arrvei Tuesdays and Fridays at 12 M. 1D. Tuerd~days and Fridays at I P. M. In eld and Sparta. rrives every Wednesday at 5 P. M. Depart every Thursday at 6 A. 1M. D. F. DUNN. Postmaster. LODGE MEETINGS. E.aTern Star Lodge 151. F. & A. M.. meet at Wiintleld on the second Saturday in each month. S. M. SMITH. W: M.. J. JM. u.- , .rlSeet'rl'y.i Moptgomery Lodge 168, F. & A. M., meet at Montgomery on Saturday before te fourth Sunday in each month. WILL. A. STRoxG., W. 31.. J. M. McC..i,. Secretary. PAROCHIAL GLEANINGS. Mr. Dickerson is grinding cane at his mill at Millsboro'. Every farmer can andshould raise cane enough to supply his family with syrup, and some to sell. * The weather for the past week has been delightfully cool and pleasant, just cold enough to be bracing. Farmers have been taking advantage of the fine ...

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 November 1884

mE 2 WINNFIELD, LA., NOVEMBER 21, 1884.i tYM~E 2. WINN6FIELD, LAC. IBID NOVEMBER 21; 1884.- NO.9.. TIE SOUTHERN SENTINEL Owal Journal of Wnlln Parish. nr TIIr FVI2J.3TJSED EVERY FRIDAY, VWNFiELD PUBLISRfIG COXIPANY, ý' IM AMfr Parish, J<...imaaa6. 3,3.... Kld, 1ffr. WLs S'TROM..G, .. Asasciate. mom at w be Wianfiled Pont 0 ce as second pipiui per qear, In advautw. $a 00 (ýOM~t! I) W Wil weekly TIimnes-Democrat.. 3 (00 VWilt Soutb rn Cultivatolr.... 3 00 WIt Democrat and Cultivator.. 4 00 A rertising Rtatc . i rirper inch or less $l .rn neatu~r insertion 1 bswI );ob6s. per line - - - ta WýoAC5 1tn. 3 m. f6 in. 12,1tn 24, I 100 ~9emraeb~i 925 1321 4t4U 30015 4e ki $0 5000 !It 00 tu lie or Iehb \miareil I_ I5 C 73 . 1)quarC. T Da t poseouals character rl~c be char ed ~~"~tlg .Lrg CAPDS. ~S~,~ IdL;r F. KELLY,, . fi lgP sides end Surgeon, Sc-Thir rIore, ~,d '2S-ly INIE A nib :F. X. BRIAX, f Wi P iaysial n d Surgeon hu i rt e om vim to the ite of Wiw I WI \N~nfEL1), TA . ', Williams, &...

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 November 1884

WUENFKL rWN In PuLI3U1 CS., ý$QjflELD.' WINN PARISH LA.. i8 LOWS FLOWER. Igmely valey, dimly seen *lr-slei of immemorial trees. Wel island, couched serene b.eS of unfrequented sees. of Lotus. fabled flower of ease? have found it in the city street, a ; ;the wicked weeds that rankle tere, m5tt5ddins that snare unwary feet. Tae poison growth of sander, shane and The hemlock leaves of anguish and de salr. ve in the fair. benignant face of heaven. On sunny plain or solitary hill,. At noon or night. some drop of bitstr leaven, ome sinister surmise, some haunting ill, Taints the clear cup of nature's quiet still. It is not bought with wealth, nor bribed by he golde er anof insat i atOe gain Win not its balmr for one oblivious hour; And serfcken kings 'neath canopies of pain, Gasp burning palms and pray for it in vain. And oh, apt in lovc's stormy realm it grows- Love, whose inviolable trust denies To aching hearts ani wat hlng eyes repose; Love tiat is sorrow In diaine disguise. OWhoee mi...

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 November 1884

vouoNI QOUJIP -Te Prince of Orange kept xtyr v--ea in his bedroom. -Great Britain has about 19,000 miles of railways, of which 1.0+O miles are tunnel -They have found petroleum in Pal ermo so pure that it can be burned in lamp without artificial refining. -They have pink, white and blue watr lilies in Queensland, and what is wmore these flowers are as large as dn -No woman without a male escort ventures out after dark in Naples or -ome, such has teen the increased license given to crime of late. --Swedish botanists have discovered along a railroad seven species of plants which were unknown to the region be fore the track was laid. -Since it was made public that Queen Victoria is fond of fried hominy and hais it every morning for breakfast, the Ld~don hotels have fallen into line and now have the followinz on the bill of fare, '-Hominy fr:ed, fler Majesty's style." - -It is said that a Persign King once, before going into battle with the Egyp tians, gave each of his soldiers in the f...

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 November 1884

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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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