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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 18 January 1879

ELIUJANA SENTINEL. )L. 3. ST. FRANCiSVILLE LA. JANUARY 18, 1879. NO. 29 - - 'I . 1ArV ERLA WS ITEMS.1 X CROSS, AttorneV at Law Clinton. Louisiana. T .*IAiDEE, It Attorney at Law, Cliuton. Louisiana. OHAS J. KERNAN, 51 OBNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW, i Clinton, Louisianlla. J practice in the Courts of East and ji t 'eliciani. LIOUN FLUKER, AttorneY at Law, CiiutoUl, Louisiana. 11 practice in the Courts of the 5th 1.l District. Auig. '76.-1y . J. POWELL, s, rý Attorney at Law, p St. Francisville, Louisiana. illpractice in the Parishes orlf West East Feoliciana. and Pointe Connee. J. WEDGE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Clinton, Louisiana, t ill practice in the courts of East and t Feliciana and the Supreme Court of t state. M. W. LEAKE, Attorney at Law, St. Francisville, Louisana. ill practice in the Parishes of West East Feliciana. and Pointe Coupee. . SEaMPLIt JR. JOS L GOLSAN. MPLE & GOLSAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW St. Francisville La., ill practice in the Courts of West iana and Pointe Conpee. WICK...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 18 January 1879

THE SENTINEL. OUTSPOEX AND DEMOCRATIC. OFr CIAL JOUnAL uF WvST FELICIANA OFFICIALJOUURNAL CITY 01 BAYOU SARA S. LAMBERT, ROPRIETORS. G. ,,N. REESE, P TO. GEO. W. REESE................Editor. January ..............18th. gLPTo our Congressman, Hon. E. V Robertson, we are under obligations for valuable Congressional documente. .W"The difference between Radical and Democratic rule is forcibly shown in the annonncemene that during the past year there has been an increase of 396 public schools in South Carolina. [P'Hon. E. D. VWhite, appointed by the Governor to the vacancy on the bench created by the death of Associate Jus tice Egan, has been confirmed by the unanimous vote of the Senate. Mr. White is the son of an ex-Gorvernor of Louisiana, and, though still quite a young man, he has distinguished himself in politics and at the bar by his comprehensive knowl edge of the law and by his great energy and indefatigable industry. The appoint Inent will give very general satisfaction, and we ...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 18 January 1879

HE SENTINEL T'l'te cisslsslppi, at this point isgrad y fllling. Mr. (Ins Brown pays the cash for old and silver. The Police Jury of this Parish *iill t on Monday nixt. No river mail since IWdtnsday. The 1. er "busted" and we ate the loser. , The free colored school in this town s only 40 scholars. The usual attend. a is about 150. :ll On Monlday and Tuesday last ice in r eqasantities ias seen floating down ili river in front of Bayou Sara. 'he Kouns daily mail, and railroad ier is now carrying passengers to S( iloans from this point, for $3,50. t the watch atd jewelry shop of SGus Brown, on the river front, in on Sara, the highestcash pice is paid old gold and silver. I After the Police Jury meets on Mon next me hope to hear of their having en some action looking to the improve it of the streets of St. Francisville. We wore pleased to greet in our etum on Tuesday last our whilomn nd Mr. G. B. Enochs of the firm of B. and E. Enochs of Philadelphia. I All kinds of watches, clocks, and...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 18 January 1879

THE SENTINEL ULOOMY PROSPECTS FOR COTTON PLANTERS. In this immediate section of cooun try our planters are suffering ter ribly from the combined effects of low prices and short crops. The result is an utter prostration of ag ricultural interests and a fearful foreboding of still harder times Those who bave iade advances to planters will be very reluctant to come to their aid another year. Those who rented land, expecting to make an average crop and to receive for it remunerative prices, are scarcely able to pay their rent, leaving the merchant in the lurch. They can not torn a wheel this year, as planters; for parties who make advances will demand the first lien on the crop, which the law gives to the owner of the land, The latter, unless driven to the necessity of making the concession. will not give up his security for rent. With the present outlook, we can not see how means can be rais ed for cultivating as large an area of uplands this year as was done last year. The low prices ...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 25 January 1879

_ _ SENTIENEL. ---ST. FRANC1SVILLE1 L A. J 9NU A.RI 2ljrIS79.. NO. 304 ),s how of his ouuca, seated LilHlf uud jrovotle to tlucni wlizrt they bald 11spe~ct- c ,%7E Ws i rf.11S - -t 111.r. ºr STV'I\' a a-", MIA., inr t that.-hbe 1'iko cotmtlt.a - _ ,-,'.f, V.U..S .1hl s ~ur S __- ------: ..... A 11C1{SS, OUFISICI At:orn Va'rt LuV -. * .IIA1 D 'EE,A Attorley at Law. ", Clinlton. Louisiana.. \\ )IONIAS J. KERNAN, 'OINEY & COuL'SELOR AT LAW, JIntu Chuton, Louisiattu. practice, in the Courts of East and I t F'eIicia . One nop; ALlIOU-N FI.UIIER, Attorlir'Y t l 1%,W L'liiton i, Louisiani). [A Squ ill prnet ice i) the Court"s o tle 5lth ail District. Aug.'i.--l2 -.M. J. I'OW ELL, AttIr'gey at Law, . [t. Ftancisille, louisiauia. 'ill practice ill the I':rislic s of t li st + Col'li, East Folijeiana. and l'oithteo (Col irne. J. WEDGE, A'TTOIRN AT LAW, or ta Clintoli, ,iisiai t, F r I' 'ill practico iii tile c,ilrts o1f Ea1st and For oti sL I'liianta allull the Sipllr e Court of (to . t: ...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 25 January 1879

TIE SENTINEL F ?VjIC1AL .J tj,:2 'AI. up \1 ::sr 1Irr.IcIAN~t C... W. ru.L''SL, y fiOI'I r":IC ts ~I:xCIIOu.joI:SALCyOJliyj A V. V. UE ..EB SE . i JEna. . .. 25th.. - Ja11uury 25th.....36h "iTlhe cheapest and best line of travel between Bayou Sara and New Orleans. is the Daily Mail and Rail IBoaad Steamer, MARY IDA. Passage to New Orleans only :$3 i5, with rootu and melas. Round trip, $6 23.-ty. i A petition has been drawn up and is beig circulated for signatures, to forma a new Parish by taking certain portions, of the Parish of Ution, Lincoln and Ou "achata to form the same. The name se . cted for the new Parish is Down, and D)owvsville is to be the Parish site. The New Orleans Sunday edition of the Democrat, is unqestlonably the best paper inthe South. It has sixteen pages, bonrteen at least o-1 which is filled with every variety of literary and other read ing matter. The management deserves •great credit for the able manuer in which this staunch paper is conducted. S'rThe Con...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 25 January 1879

-;- -· --------- fo 'Tlo river at this point is rising rap- wIoO? 1 y. (b10n a Theo "Ilow:ard VoluntOcr" will ap r ill our n.xt. .:11th. -'or a Steubenville, Ohio, paper we urn thanks to Mr. C. lockeol. i li :.Iead thi :naioutncementl of a, lot of heCn t :c cotton seed for salo in this issue. scienli Onr town was(elivoIcdl on Weidlles- (etmel y last by lire fioiiiliar faces of quiitea athr tuber of onr fricus from the country. 1 87 t -Judge Farrar, of the law firm of outgotinetry &. Farrar, Puoite Cotupee, e d 1i1 s in St. Francisvillo on Thursday last. the A -Dr. F. M. Muintfrd, tax collector of whoet "est Fellicialna, returned from New Or- tlC in ais, wllhero ho lad been, to nake his point 1:l setttleultet, on Snl:ay last. -Ity the Rector, lIcv. A. (. Illckwell lou' 8 i ale re~liestod tio state that on midlay, Prof. -obary 2il next, divine service will hie 1ogit 3ld at Grace Church in this town. reedil -For ineatless of arraugotuenllt, supo ority of goodll, low, prices and t...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 25 January 1879

THE SENTINEL, THER J DIC L THLOR Y OF THJ E COL ORED 'OTIE. The Secretary of State, by re quest, has furnished the Teller Commitee with an official state ment of the number of registered voters in thia State, c!assitied ace cording to color. The totals show 77,341 white voters, 78,123 color ed vo!ers, and an aggregate of 155,203. This is a much smaller number than the list contained two years ago; but the relative standing of the two classes of voters remains about the same. We suppose that MIr. Teller an]I his Republican col leagues have called for this docu mtnt in order to fortify, by official confession, the position that Lou isiana is necessarily a Republican State. Republican politicians have no other method than this of com puting the chances of an election in the South, or of estimating the politics of a Southern community. Their proces is short, easy ar.d simple. Given the nunber of co! ored voters and you have the num. but of Republican ballots that ought to appear in the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 1 February 1879

FE LICIANA S ENTINEL. .-OL. 3. ST. FRANC1SVILLE, LA. FEBRUARY 1, 1879. NO. 31, A CROSS, Attorney at Lon Clinton. Louisiana. C. HARDEE, Attorney' tk Law, Clinton. Louisiana. HrMb 8 J. KERNAN, OBNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW, Clhnton, Louisiana. 1 practice in the Courts of East-and t Feliciann. ALHOUN FLUKER, Attorney at Law, Clinton, Louisiana. ill practice in the Courts of the 5th ial District. Aug.2'76.-ly . J. POWELL, Attorney at Law, St. Francisville, Louisiana. ill practice in the Parishes of West East Feliciana. and Pointe Counee. J. WEDGE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Clinton, Louisiana, 11 practice in the courts of East and Feliciana and the Supreme Court of State. M. W. LEAKE, '" Attorney at Law, . St. F'rancisville, Louisiana. l practice in the Parishes of West ast Feliciana. and Pointe Coupee. . BES1PLI JR. JOS L GOLSAN. PLE & GOLSAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW St. Francisville La., 1 practice in the Courts of West na and Pointe Coupee. ICKLIFFIE. C. L. FISiER. ICKLIFFE & FISIIEJR, Attorne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 1 February 1879

THE SENTINELL. OUTSPOKEN AND DEMOCRATIC. OFFCIAL JOURNAL VrV WEST FELICIANA OVwICIAL JOURNAL CITY OF BAYOU o ARA S. LAMBERT, P ROPRIETORS. G. W. REESE, GEO. W. REESE...----------............--tor. February............... I st. CoT3 GENTS. N. P. Phillips, New Tesas Landing. R. J. Hummell, Port Hnudson. A. B.. lriant, Parish of West Feliciana. G. M. Miller New Orleans. E. W. Whiteman, Bayou Sara. OUR CHOICE FOR DELEGATE From this Senatorial District to the Constitau tional Convention: ROBERT C. WICKLIFFE, rW Missionary Bishop Wigfieild, of ineu Northern California, has beenichosen by Imnnt the Episcopal Council, in New Orleans, to the Bishopric of Louisiana. The gen- exte leman is said to be an able eclesiast. throt 'Messrs. W. R. McKowen and J. V. crop Taylor, two excellent gentlemen and res- Of T idents of East Foliciana, have been ap pointed and confirmed by the Senate as COSt Administrators of the Insane Asylum at thou Jackson, La. the t EI'The people of Clinton, La., have petitio...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 1 February 1879

iE SENTINEL. FOR DELEGATE. WEST FELICIANA, La., Feb. 1st, 1879. OR FELICIANA SENTINEL: ase annonuce W. W. LEAKE as a idate for Delegate to the State Con tlonal Convention, subject to nou ,. IMANY FRENDs. the river at this point continues to )ar new office is the most pleasant Jan.1 convenient of any in the State. Pickled pork sells for nine dollars a al in Bayou Sara and everything else :oportion. Jan.1 The Edward J. Gay has beeen bring ;he Now Orleans mail to this place the recent accident to the Mary Ida. Mr. B. T. White has returned from Orleans, where he had gone to have Jan. 7 repairs done to his steam ferry. We hope to see the yield of cotton is Parish decreased fifty per cent. and Jan. of cereals and stock doubled this year. Religious services will be held at -e Church, in this town, to-morrow ning at' the useal hour. Jan.', Mr. John Kaine, for some time in the loy of the Coal Company, at Boyoe , is now second mate on the John W. Jan. I non. The weather during the past wee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 1 February 1879

THE SENTINEL. THE BOOK OF MORMOY "'he Book of Mormon.' or Mor mon Bible, which Joseph Smith the founder of Mornonism, claimed to have received direct from an an2le of the Lord, was, as he said, a re cord written upon golden plates nearly eight inches long by seven wide, a little thinner than ordinary tin, and bound together by three rings running through the whole.= As the record was engraved in a language known as the Reformed Egyptian, it was not transitable to the illiterate Joseph, and so two transparent stones, anciently called the Urim and Thurium, sot in sil. ver bows after the manner of spec facies, were handed down at the same time. These made the gol den plates intelligible, and sitting behind a blanket hung across his room to keep the sacred records from profane eyes, Joseph Smith read off the 'Book of Mormon,' or Golden Bible, while a dicipls. Oliver Cowdery, wrote it down. It was printed in 1830, in a volume of several hundred pages, and the signatures of Cowdery and tw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 8 February 1879

SELICIANA SENTINEL. )L. 3. ST. FRANCISVILLE, LA. FEBRUARY 8, 1879. NO. 32, A XO 5ý3, Atsornev at Law Clinton. Louisiana. C. HARDEE, A Attortney at Law, Clinton. Louisiana. iOMA3dJ." KERNAN, N- Y & COUNSELOR AT LAW, Clinton Leonisiana. practice in the Courts of East and t Feliciana. ALHOUN FLUKER, Attorney at Law, Clinton, Louisiana. ill practice in the Courts of the 5th al District. Aug.2'7t.-ly M. J. POWELL, Attorney at Law, St. Francisville, Louisiana. ill practice in the Parishes of West East Feliciana. and Pointe C1(nne. J. WEDGE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Clinton, Louisiana, ill practice in the courts of East and t Feliciana and the Supreme Court of State. M.. W. LEAKE, Attorney at Law, 'St. Francis"ille. Lanisiana. ill practice in the .Parishes of West East Feliciana. and Pointe Coupec. I. EIMPLE JR. JOS ,L UOLSAN. MMPLE & GOLSAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW bt. Francisville La., Ill practice in the Courts of West "iana and Pointe Coupee. WICKL1FFE. G. L. FISIIEI. ICKLIFFE & FISIIEIR,...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 8 February 1879

o UTPOKEN .A1.D EIMOCRA TIC. OWFFIAL.OfUHNAL uP WEST FRELICANA UFOICIALJOURAL CITY OF BAYOU SARA .&. LkMBERT, Z PItOPalETOR3. . W. . REESE, PETOR. EO. V. REESE ................Editor. February.............. 8th. :7'CTELR .G-ENTS. N. P. Phillips, Now Texas Landing. R. .T. Hnmmell, Port mlndson. A. B. Briant, Parish of West Feliciana. G. M. Miller New Orleans. E. W. Whiteman, Bayou Sara. OUL CHOICE FOR DIELE(.ATE From this Senatorial District to thc Costiltu tional Convention : ROBERT C. WICKLIFFE. . DEMOCRATIC CEXITKAL COJl. The following are the names of the gen tlemen composing the Doemocretic Parish Central Committee of West Feiiciaua: C. L. Fisher, Preside, t; E. W. Whiteman, E. B. Turner. G. W. Edwards, Stephen C. Stirling, N. G. Rhodes, R. G. Stirling. J. Leonard, Beunett Searcoy, Chas. Percy, and Wmn. West. -M -W tL'Antoino, a copper colored son of satan has at last been handsomely paid for his part in the dirty work of Radical ism n Louisiana. lie hasbeen appointed to o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 8 February 1879

SENTINEL lee tdry proceedings in an her during the past week cloudy, ldamp and disagreec tative Ryland returned to this Parish on Wednesday kiln, together with seven s. was destroyed by tire on in the town of Grdtna. ly of Ar. A. T. fGasfreil hate their former rnsidenco in to Mrs. Thompson's place in rt ol this town. leased to announce that Ex. I icklifre, who has bee satf very severo cold, has rccov gain on our streets. w, Sundaly morning and inll divine service will be held I list church, in Bayou Sara, cil, preaching. Ida' leaves Bayou Sara g, Sundays excepted. at 2 t tnds passengers in New Or- I a., thiesaine day.-ly a r road leading fromn this ni on, La., has been thorough- I t u1ring the past week and t . is now comparatively ( lstday of the present month S epembcroter of each vyear no in illed in this St:ate without l ganme law. T'ake warning aI at this point has been rising t twe ilchecs ill every 1 \cety iaing the past week. a"id is •o feet of i.. ye-.ar'a high iline, a flr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 8 February 1879

TlHE SENTINEL. INCIDENTS OF THE CHEYENNVE BLA UGHTER. The original programme of thq savages seems now to have been carefelly prepared by them with an intelligence and spirit which would have been heroic in the highest degree if employed in a better cause.(?) During a visit to this band made by your correspondent during the past three weeks, it be came evident that the young bucks were strung uo to the highest pitch of resolve, and were plotting some desperate undertaking. They free ly gave out that they were ready to die before consenting to go South, and said-they would butcher one another with their own knives, Old Dull Knife, as he sat by my side, seemed buried in deep reverie his face as smooth and classic as any ever put in marble, and much re-embliug that of the late Secre:a ry Seward in his most thoughtful moment. Near by. always watch ing, was Wild Hog, the Achilles of the Cheyennes, with an immense head, and the devilishcnss attribut ed to Richard III, by Shakespeare appare...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 15 February 1879

ELICIANA SENTINEL. .3. ST. FRANCiSVILLE, LA, FEBRUARY 15. 1879. NO. 33 CROSS, Attornev at Law Clinton. Louisiana. .HARDEE, Attorney tat Law, Blinton. Louisiana. A8 J. KERNAN, EY & COUNSELOR AT LAW, Clinton, Louisiana. ctice in the Courts of East and liciana. OUN FLUKER, ttorney at Law, Clinton, Louisiana. actice in the Courts of the 5th Sistrict. Aiig.2'76.-1y . POWELL, ttorney at Law, Francisville, Louisiana. notice in the Parishes of West Feliciana. and Pointe Counee. WEDGE, TTORNEY AT LAW, Clinton, Louisiana, ctice in the courts of East and ciana and the Supreme Court of . LEAKE, ttorney at Law, Francisville, Louisiana. etico in the Parishes of West eliciana, and Pointe Conpee. SLE JR. JOS L. GOLSAN. & GOLSAN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW bt. Francisville La., tiee in the Courts of West d Pointe Coupee. IFFIC. C. L. FISHER. IFFE & FISHER, orneys at Law, St. Francisville, La. ctice in the Courts of West eliciana, Pointo Coupee and arishes. KAUFMANN, CIAN AND SURGEON. dence in St. ...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 15 February 1879

THE SENTINEL. OUTSPOKEN AND DEMOCRATIC. OFFICIAL JOURtAL uF WEst FEI.OIANA OINJLAL JOURNAI CITY OF BAYOU AIRA S. LAMBERT, E pROPr1uTORS U. W. REESE, GEO. W. REESE.............Editor. February.............16th. N. P. Phillips, New Texas Landing. K. J. Hulmniell, Port Hnidson. A. B. Briant, Parish of \Vest Feliciana. G. M. Miller New Orleans. E. W. Whitemun, B.iyou Sara.. OUJR CHOICE FORl DELEGATE From this enatoria4District to the Constit. tional Coorention : ROBEWT . WICRLTFFE, DEMOCRATIC CE-TRAL COl. The following are the names of the gen tlemon composing the Domoceretic Parish Central Committee of West Feiici'na: C. L. Fisher, Presidert; E. W. Whiteman, E. B. Turner. G. W. Edwards, Stephen C. Stirling, N. G. Rhodes, R. G. Stirling J. Leonard, Bennett Searcey, Chas. Percy, and Wm. West. mlmm mmm mm pf'r he Morgan city .erewi is the u- ne Ishould ot a large and handsome newspaper, the outlet: first number of which is now on our ta- oItIe h ble. In polities it isindipenuent and its...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 15 February 1879

FOR.DELEGATE. mVST FELICIANA, LA., Feb. 1st, 1879. ( FELICIAxA SENTINEL : base announce WM. ,. LEAKE as a dte for Delegate to the State Co' - ional Convontion, subject to norni . MANY FRTIENDS. banks to Mr. C. W. Tempel for a t York paper. t ob work executed at this office in It eat manner and at the lowest fig- ii o Mr. H. C. Bushnell we are under t: obligations for a file of interestiug ii rs from the West. n Tuesday night next the Forrest's give their performanilce. All lovers n n and good acting should go. a r. Thos. W. Raynltain has purchas A e lot adjourning the residence of his c r and contemplates building a resi- p thereon at an early day. ban Chill Tonic, the Great West t s Fever and Agne Remedy, a posi- ii cure for Chills, Fever, and Billious- v at-Dr. Mumford's v ouns' Daily Mail and Railroad a er "Mary Ida," leaves Bayou Sara j day except Sundays, for New Or at 2, o'clock in the morning.-ly. r. F. M. Mumford our worthy tax tor, has moved his office to the cosy a room p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 15 February 1879

THE SENTINEL. -. 0UR PRESSING NEED& We take it for granted, says the N. O. City Item, that intelligent business men and those interested in the enlargement of our induetries will organize for their own pro tection. What they want is a genuine self-government, based on equitable and economic principles, reflecting the intelligent and honest public opinion of the vicinage, and this as well for the city as the State. In the establishment of such a sys tem of government that vigilance must be exercised which is the price of liberty. It will not do to de pend on the strategy of party schemers and the machinery of hole-and-cornes caucuses for the nomination of convention delegates. The selection of men to frame a new organic law should be based on the spontaneous suffrage of those who know their rights, and know ing, dare defend them. No demor alization assessments should be per mitted, and nothing in the way of bargain and intrigue. If our busi ness citizens will take the matter fair...

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