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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 28 November 1884

ii . NO 10 1 1: ~ ,e i .. .. 2 - --~2·- WINNFELD, LA, FRIDAtY, NOVEmBEE R' 8,1884"10 THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. .ja1 Journal of Wiun Pariih. PIBLISUED E\ 1IY FRIDAY. BY THE W WUIR LD PUBLISliN~G COXPANT, AT r. msU. Wir n Pari h. .inidiraa. . K- BAEditor. WILL A. STRONG...... AsmeeIfttC. e4d at the Witfalaýid.ºwt Office sac&aCeond - Su i ation per yeur, in advan.e. 62 00 i: C)YBNED -- weekl Tin o-)Ihanclat.t 3 00 Wii outthern CtultIvator....... 3 (10 Wi14 I)eUmoClt und Contirvat)r.- 4 (10 AdirertlfiflS Rates. ~Ug~.per inch or k , 1 5 .a seqUntt inertiof 1 Jaml iotich. per hue, $3C ODl 4- 1.0 - 1 1 $. I 1 .S s5 0 i~~o - -okr 5 10 5 is5n soon sss +a j 4900 1000 PCF n- -. 1 G1 00 01 00 . 13 00 2i 50 t1 100 Ce 4 a-- G 00 26 00 140 00 Yhm lnees or less, Nonpareil type, is a rquar&. *)d of a pwersonl character will be chanted 484h r eC- - rEOFESc4SIOX\ AL CARDS. sit. · ~WINNFIELD. T.. DRi. F. N. mRu N, -i aiM siugPhysgjksu and Surgon tes im merflw to the IeopplI of Wino - Pa~rish. W. T...

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. — 28 November 1884

t E th WNN PARISH LA. WINNFIELD. WINN PARISH LA.. POOR TIRED MOTHER. l we- talking of the glory of the land be -4 the ght and the gladm as to be found iaparauis. O the owers e-' blooming, of the never oe siog onas, Of the wad'rngs through the golden streets of happy whit-:obei throets; jald sad father, leaning cozily nick in his emsy-cha r (lu er always was a master-hand for com fort everybere+: What a Joyful thin twould be to know that when this IYE Is o er Ore would rtr twey hear a welcome from Sthe limed shining shore!" AaVr aabel our e dest girl, glanced upward from i· reed She was paint ng on a water Jug, and mug muel: "Yes, Indeed." 'And Yarlan. the next in age, a moment dropped her book. And "Yes, indeed!" repeated, with a most gpeatao look. But mother, gray-balred mother, who had come to sweep the room. With a patient smile on her thin face, leaned lightly on her broom Poor mother! no one ever thought how much she had to do And said: "I hope it's nothing wrong not to agree w...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 28 November 1884

WOREle~~t lak than -oghe Jsnp e eat more fish than -uationa ithe world. -Forests still cover nearly one-fifth o the surface of Europe. -A London bill-poster goes about on a tricycle with brush and paste-pot at tending to his business. -A very common tavern s:gn in itish India is: "Animalsof all kinds uitufed on the shortest notice." -In some parts of Africa brides on their weddin_ day have their front teeth extracted and their finger nails out very close. -The new divor.e law in France for bids the making of any report of the roceeding. a penalty not ceceeding 0being imposed. -Duke Cha:'les, of Bavaria, who is a skilled oculist, his opened a free in :irmary for the poor of his kingdom who suffer from diseases of the eye. -The East Ind es are overcrowded with goats. I here are millions in the islands and th, land from one end to the other smells like an immense ,etb'e. -The only book to be found in many ,it'es and towns in Morocco is the Koran. Yet at one time the Mo rs were the most...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 28 November 1884

"EhB# ·d Montgom ,S # jpy, r citt Sunday, af 5?. ML IYuhI dy tIoieapU$day, at 8 A. )I. R Ub d Columbt&a, M 'mays aniR~S, d Frklav. at 12 M X'Tlegdayt and Friday;,ait 1P. M. s*iafidnd Veiinon, Anq..i ys lad Fridai , at 12 M. _and.LI'ICIi Fx at 11'. M. t*ý C ndduedsynt5. a P. Dpart - ever- Thursday at 6 AA. -M. 1). F. IPUNX. Pustmaster. bW1OiR ,IMEETINGS. .1 S gdn ,ir T~e trlilI. F. A. Vi. hestbt WIunfield tv ithe scc'zid Situtnlrdi f di znumtb. -S 31. SMITh. AV. W4.. '*intgonwery T~dr 1 Gam,. 8:1 Al. m "et at Montgotnery ju on S:it ri'. b4. arc, WI fourth d i TI;. W. .. 11'I r- w A ST`"'O\ . W. ';". # .BISIH DIRECTORY. CI~VUIT COURT OF A I'P:.A:... Hou. A. B. George.................. Hon. J. t'. Monenc.......... ..... ludge i Terms.--First Mondays nu April and November. POURTIi DISTRiCT COI'RTE Son. R. D. Bridger ............... Judge lion. George Wear .....Di.ttrit Attorney Civil Termns.-Fitvt MondI.y in March, June,-Septemnber ad l)nceamber. Jury Terma.-=~t Mondays 1i June and ...

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. — 5 December 1884

HEp ILl OLUE 2. WIIJNFIELD,, LA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1884. NO. 11. TIE SU tIIRN SENTINEL. dal Jenrnal of Winu Parish. FUDLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. UT Tun W i ?VBLISDLNG COMPAYT, AT " : Wiam Paraih. Loarrusa. . RIA, ... . -..Editor. LA. STRONG, .... AwuoIate. obe WM1 iokie Point O16eeO Ma econd - elaaa natter. S---odw per year, in advance. $2 00) ' coMa1xaD all, .a-"1n)eu cratt.. 3 00 3, ; 00 Wfi*3 D em>ocat and C tivaltor. - u00 jr11rrItlulg Uatcq. 5.am per liue.1 -I - .Imebe- 5p0 SS;:3I1251 04M a14 ;sH01 150i 1s 0(4 °1 OD ~3 e 130 4 430 51U0 4000 1a 00 16 00 23001 300 p l sma tt3u 350 1 50 424 a` pet - - 3 0 )3 0 3 0 Or 43001 605N 00 14000 t lr ! imb e or ere, Nonpareil type, is a suitre. Su .1s a p weal eharmale? will ht charkred PROFESION AL CAPDS. DR. J. F. KELLY, i 1Critdes pbyIcsiealand Surgeon, y WINNTIF.LD. T.A. I)8. F. X. BRIA , PgyskIaun and Surgeon es iueimfrmie to the people of Wian ; arisb. WPl' W FIELI). LA - W: T. Williams, dujly itii-ly-. ' iv-M A . tuSTRON L1ºD :A 15,...

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. — 5 December 1884

wl.m mgpamta lm. es as WINNFIELD. WINN PARISH LA.. THE COACHMAN TO HIS LOVE. Bow beautiful the maid is, as t At the table door she stan is: Just twenty-five year old next gras, And ridng sixteen hands: Her chesnut hair is banged across, t Square as a hunter's tail,. An I her step is tike a Derby "oss A-comin' back to scale. O Eveleen! your madd'ning kiss Within my memory laws When o'er the alter-Chains I his, Or litter down the na;,-s. And when the menial ,ork I ply. Or mix the mash of bran, Your f.rm is present to my eye I am a happy man Fair mak'en, can it be indeed. To win you I may hope? You to the halter may I lead, Or. at the worst. elope: O blis: O rapturte! how thethought Illumes the harness-room That I from coachman my be brought Up to tue rank of groom. But ever at my anxious heart A haunting rare will prey; How saddle be the lover's part If dawns no orldie day! Or if the maii my suit may scorn Her heart should 'ossity. And she should leave me all florn. How wretched then ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 5 December 1884

9 6. pEI6iN gO.SSll a .. gland imports annually about a t '._IMat dollars' worth of batter and t -Quseen Victoria's household num- i b ls just under 1,000 people, whose g- agtae salaries foot up £.85,000 an --In a paper recently read before the i Paris Academy of Medicine the opinion e pressed that one person in every ai00 is buried alive. -The use of bitterwillow in flavor . gnad coloring tobacqp is vehemently jdaunoed by Professor Deschamps, , Paris, as causing softening of the . train" -~ae French ironclad La Richehlen, the flagship of the Mediterranean equ dlron, is lighted by incandescent i.ps, of which there are 2.50. She is asio provided with an ingenious sys Stesn of luminous signals. -According to the London Graphic .i re is living in Klyeta, Japan. .a Smaly all of whose members have reached the age of 140 years, and there as been no exception since the family was founded, A. D. 730. -Turtish armorers no longer make a eeret dt their manfacture otf raudu esnt antiques. Visit...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 5 December 1884

Stheale of Nails. Wisaeld and Montgomery , Asives daily, except Sunday. at 5 P. M. Depart dally except Sunday, at 8 A. M1. Whinaeld and Columbia. Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 12 M. Depart 'Iuesdays and Fridays, at 1 P'.M. Winanield ud Vernon, Arivnt'oTuesdays and Frida)h at 121M. Deplit Tue-d sys and Fridays at I P. M. Wnifleld and Sparta, Arrives every Wednesday at 5 P. 31. Depart every Thurday at 6 A . .i. 1). F. DUNN. Postmaster. LODGE . MEETINGS. Eastern Star Lodge 151. F. & A. S.. meet at Winnfield on the second Saturday in each month. S. M. `.eITa, W. 3 .. J. M. ABEr.. eeret;uay. Montgomery Lodge 16$. F. & A. 31.. meet at Montgomery on Saturda:y I.-fore the fourth Sunday in eaclh month. WILL. A. STION. W. . M.. J. M. MICCAIN, Sevretary. PARISr DIRECTORY. CulCrrr COURT OF APPEAIS. lion. A. B. George..................... lion. J. C. Mqnucre............Judges Terms.-First Mondays in April and Nemember. S.QoRTI Di)ISTRICT COURT. IIn. N. D..Bidger............ ..Judge Ii ...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 12 December 1884

VOLUME 2 WNNELD. LA., FRIDAY. DECEBER 12, 1884. NO TIE SOUTHERN SENTIuEL •O ldal Journal of Winn Parish. TUBLISIIED EVERY FRIDAY, bY Tru Wm FILD PUBLISHING COMPANIY, AT MWU Parikah, Lemidar . w. niAux,..................SEator. WILL A. STRONG, ......... Assnelate. weed at She Wn1 30 Po.4 O.toe as sccond 3a.auiption per year, in advance. $2 00 COMBI.KED WI weekly Time-Democrat.. 300 W* southernl CUultvator ..... 3 00 W1 Democrat and Cultivator.. 4 00 ATertug BRates. S M isPre nch or les - - 4l A mbequent inMertion 1 Meal ne*iSs, per line. - -~ kea. 11o +oo . -.o DR.. .. . . o G l. . 13 o. D.. F 0F. . J0 BRiA, lae-Y - - 52 135 4009 1300 *ea - - 4031 P 50 2 3004300t C, a-ly 0I0 F001 tED 140 00 Tan lius" or lees, \ ul012 type, is a -quare. r of a persoufl csrStact will be charged DR. J. F. BIKELLY, maltXlsngPhysicians and Surgeon, ~i hIs a1erices to the people of Wian S , WISNFIELD, LA Dr. W, T. Williams, ?I~uick3, Burges & Aceoucheur b~Plh, La. July 2-y WJFLL A. STRONG, 4~ rr~r C~n ...

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. — 12 December 1884

a j nt uIane rVUWmmIn , , WINNFIELD. WINN PARISH LA., THE WISH-BONE. lemaer and shining, prophetie bone, We pulled it the future to divine; Her bahere pink palm, the bit in my own, . Told that wish and wrih-bone both were mine. Wbatdid you ask for?" whispered myBose, t ILooking up shyly with eyes so true. rl wsed,"lanhwered, driawlng her close, Iwbe woman I win might look like you: -Her eyes as brown as a forest brook, Her cheek as pink as a sea-shell's tint, A tender mouth, and a saucy look. And pale brown hair with a golden glint; "In short, that my future wife might be You, dear little Rlose, and only you." Biding her face in my breast, said she: **S~ It fnanyY-l wished that, too." --Buth Hael, is Harper's Magealis , ACUPOFTEA. A Story of the Times That Tried Men's ouls.la ,"The British are coming!" It was a fearful cry unto the ears of those upon whoia it fell that warm April day. Whispers of a. purpose on the part of the red-coats had reached the town of Lexington several days ...

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. — 12 December 1884

women Potugal wtb I .iFrance whole cherry orchda I Sle protected from birds by fisheets. A single Japanese hairpin will cost I Saamch as six or seven boxes of th 1 . anic manufacture. 1 . .The peasant farmers of France have about $200,00000 on deposit in ,ty Government Savings Bank, upon w ieh they are paid four per cent. inter -A correspondent writing from the ley of the Amazon says that stalks a. fan grass are found in that region which measure thirty-five feet from the -The Societe Franklin is an associa i- o of France for promoting the es taMibshment of popular libraries, deriv a g its name, of course, from our own Usejamin Franklin. p Amanuseript of Charles V. in an =-_ale leather case, delighted the Sbiblophiles of Paris, and was consid eyed a bargain at $4,000. It turns out to be a fraud, but the workmanship is so elever that at an auction sale it sit $600 as a curiosity. --Acording to the Indian Forester bamines in India are ceased by goats. .;hey eat the young saplings; for...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 12 December 1884

, sday, at 6 P. M. aje, daity Sanday, at 8 A. X. Azeives A Tatsdays 0and Fridays at I N. Fridaysat IP. J. ArrivTuesdays and Fridaya at 12 M. DeIta TuIedaYs and Fridays at P. . Wiael and Sparta, Arrives every Wednesday at 5 P. M. Depart every Thursday at 6 A. M. D. F. DUNN, Postmaster. LODGE A MEETINGS. asters Star Lodge 11, F. & A. M., imeett Winnfeld on the second Saturday tn ead month. S. M. Sxrru, W. 31., J. 3. ABEL, Se~retary. Montgomery Lodge 16t, F. & A. ... meet a Montgomery on Saturday before Me fourth Sunday In each month. WILL. A. SLltOO, W. MN J. M. MCt'AIr, Secreta-y. PIUSH DIECT4ORY. CIsacCr CO.rT or ArrPALs. Ho. A. B. George .................... lorn. J. Mlratnure............Judges Term.--F it Mondays la April and November. FOURT DISTRICT COURT. osn. IL D..Bridger ............... Judge lion. George Wear.....Dsurict Attorney Clvi Terms.-First Monda s a March, Jam., Z 8Imnber and D)eemiber. Jury Teras.-Fint Mondays in June and December. p W. J. Sewer, sheri sad T...

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. — 19 December 1884

VOLUE 2 WINNFIELD, LA., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19,1884. NO.13. TIE SOUTNERN SENTINEL Edal Jaurnal of Winn Parish. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, ar Eas gi a Nl PUBLISHIIs G cOIPAIT, --AT S. BRIANm ...............Editr. -UlVI, A. STIRON,......... Assoeate. a W th S Once a. secod--- -p, r pyear, in advance. *2 00 COMBIUED It weekly Times-Democrat.. 3 00 SSoutheit. tn Cultivator....... 3 00 Wi Democrat and Cultivator.. 4 00 Advertising Rates. i eperl h. - - - - - eIcr. a. 3 . .. It mo. -M ks&..........I 00 $525 57 50 $12 W ae ebs. 17 63 7 75 11 1' 18 00 b 750 10 50 1500 5t 00 agr 3es _ 1 - 925 135 72 42 00 31 00 ' Msim .I - I0B 1 00 i 500 SG 00 r I ke- "- "- M--tS I0 - 1O - 42 .. Cel a-- - 4 00 0o 5 500 140 00 Sh lie or aIc, Noapareil type, is a ,iqugre. ~ e a paeamaa character .ilt be charged ...d . , PZOPESJIOVAL CARDS. IL. J. F. KELLY, Flysician andSurgeon, , j WENNSFIELD, LA. DR. F. N. BRIAN, PyaicimanandSargeon "OEM a"ermocso The people of Wiun y WIN NFIELD. LA ST. Wilfiams, Julyon & A...

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. — 19 December 1884

Wre 1WINF III N M IN i 0i., WINNFIELD. WINN PARISH LA.. AWFUL HARD LINES. hough you sould come d kneel low at .dweep in blood-red tears of agony. It would not bring one single pang to me, Mr atir my heart out of its quiet beat. Ibere was a time when any word you. ske, aWhenjust the sound of your melodious vole Would thrill me through and make my heart rejoice. Tour will as law. But now the spell is broke. You rudely woke me from my dreamof bliss, Knowing my love, reading it everywhere, You sought to see how much my heart would hear. ome things I can forgive; but never this. And though an angel, with a shining brow, Should come from Heaven and speak to me, and say: 5Go with this man and be his own alway," I would defy her, rather than trust you now. Thouh you should pray me, writhing in phnte pain, For just one last caress, and I should know That you were draining all the dregs of I would not let you hold my hand again. This is a woman's love, a woman's pride. There is a stream that ...

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. — 19 December 1884

THE DOG NIOBEL eterebes of a waieftie Dog. . ell, sir, that dog--eh? That Gordi i. tder I used to own. I was telling about him, you know; well, he was ,tt Didn't take him long to catch Sants all a man's points, and he soon lound out all about my ramrod and aswket, summer vacation style of shoot lag. You know when you take your bgn out of its case how a good bird don a wild with joy, dances all around you, thrusts its tongue into your face sad gives you a swab with it from chin to eyebrow, and finally rushes out into te yard and yelps and howls and chases the cat and the chickens up into the trees from sheer excess of delight sad exuberance of spirits. That's uu ally the way of the dog. Well, this Gor dian setter of mine, he used to watch ®e pretty close about the 15th, and some day, when he'd see me unlocking the gun case, he'd sneak in, sit down very solemnly and watch me with an expression that said, plainer than ordls: " You ain't going to take it out this year, are you?" "But I'...

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. — 19 December 1884

ea b crpt 8cad at 8 P. M. Pand ioyopluwnaday, at 8 A. M. Auties Tmdays and Frkyaat 12 M. b utTmindayi and Fr y'e, at 1 P.M. Wim1d ad Vernon, Awrrtt Tuesayas and Ftldas at 12 M. DU esadIys and Frldays ati P. M. ý l~eld anrd Sparta, knrriaes evrey Wednesdy at 5 P. M. Depsit eers Thiuvday at 6A. X. D. F. DUNN, Postmaster. LODGE 7 MEETINGS. Eastera tar Lodge 151, F. & A. M., aeetat Winnield on the second Saturday in e" month. S. . Sxmtr, W. M., J. M. ArEI., Secretary. Montgomery Lodge 168, F. & A. M.. meet at Montgomery on Saturday before the fourth Sunday in each month. WILL. A. STROxo, W. X3., J. M. McCAIm, Secretary. PARRSE DIEICTIRY. CIC!ITr COURT OP APPEALS. Hon. A. AB. George ................ .. Heao. J.C. Monocur............. Jndges Tersms.-Firlt Mondays in April and November. FOURTH DISTRICT COt'RT. Hoa. R. D. Bridger...............Judge Ilea. George Wear .....Ditrict Attorney Civil Terms.-First Mondays in March, J September and I)eemnber. Jury Term-.-First Mondays in Ju...

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 January 1885

VOUE2. WINNEIELD, LA., FRIDAY, JANUARY 29 b 5 THE SOUTHERN SENTINEL. .dIs Journal of W inn Parish. FUBLASISEI) EVERY FRti)AY1. I DBY TILE SWIZFJLB PUBLISHING ('9XIPANYT, AT ATWvfmES Winn Pariah, Louisiana. S. N. huNAF. ................. Editor. WiL A. STRONG. "" "" ssAociate. - . tat the Winnfield Po.t t: fie aa,'ecund CI~aL matter. Aw iPiou per year, in advance. -.02 00 COMBINSED Wib weekly Tinies-I)ea:zwraat.- 3 00 w W1 Southern Cizltiv\at r....... 00 WIlb I)eonocrat and Cuiltivator.. -" 00 - Averti, ins Bates. r hsrtioo. per in'h or Ice - - 1 50 amh~ugqent in icrtuon 75 1[otfoes, per line, -1 WACK 110. 3 M. I 13 m. o$01 I %5 I S 511 ;12 00 !lR kneb. - 5 7 5 1'L -O I iNU e I SAI ; U 105 i5 tI 24(10 lu.Iucel- - - $271251 3J 36l00 Inis- - 11 001 16 0 I W 11200 QO.Iuinn -- 44 0" 3.500 50 00 .')0 0 ( -- 4 00 1 63 00 1e 1:000 twmf or leas, Nonpare.l tM'ie. i. r gaart· bis d a personal character will be chargit -irY I. PROFESSIONAL CARDn. DR. J. F. KELLY, lradtlsingf hyserian and Surgeo...

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. — 2 January 1885

W Iutt.DWN $rrItit.aL y ate WIrnaIaLD PULIsEaNe Co., WINNFIELD, WINN PARISH LA.. Smet her on a railnoad train. A blouind sh., wa- and pretty: Her r-opy lilp. atd iughllig! ) es Smo:e me with ai :elted xurpr.se And Cupid round me tIhrew hi, chatn Ifell in love with "lctly." That wasthe n tun s - e gave mI tIhen So sweet she lioke.l and pltty. That as we biturruwed thr.i a tunnel I kisse I her. psotly. swcari:g: "'Nne'Ill Know you've faveitd inc ailov- all men"- I was in love wilh "He.ty." Twas only when she'd qruit the train. Still looking sweet anld pretty. I felt how hard it wa. to leaue her. This blithesome. .. oini, arch dece. iver! She'd rubbed me of my wa'ch and chain- I'd no more love for "Hletty." -Judge. ROW TO SEND THINGS BY MAIL. A short time since an extremely in teresting article appeared in liar; er's Weekly on the subject of the Dead-let ter Office, and truly appalling were the revelations concerning the number of articles consigned to that vault of deal and buried tre...

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 January 1885

FOREIG4N GOSIP. .. The bicvce is taking on import sace as a vehicle. In Germany, jom neyman artisans ride them about the country. -London ladies who make them selves conspicuous by wearing black and white striped dresses are termed *'magpies. " --remation is making great strides in France. The Prefect of the Seine means to establish Siemens furnaces in several of the cemeteries of l'aris, and Snoses to cremate all persons whse bes are not claimed by their friends. -The cruel practice of dishorn:ng cattle still continues in Ireland, it be ing estimated that "co,~)uJ head are dis horned annually. In a late suit insti tuted by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animmals against a dis horner, ;udgment was rendered against defendant. -The pictures in the homes of Pompeii were not articles of furniture, but were worked into the walls: and in to the walls lictures will again be worked when thte world has woven its new inventions and appliances thor oughlv into its civilization, a...

Publication Title: Southern Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The southern sentinel. — 2 January 1885

Schedule of Nails. Winnfield and Montgomery. Arri.e. daily, except Stmday. nt 3 P. M[. Lepart daily except Sunday, at $ A. M. Witnfield and Ciuaolmhia. Arrives rTuesdays and Fridayt at 12 M. bepart'lemdaiys and Fridlnys.at 1 P. M. Winnfield nd Vernon, Arrives l'nedays and Frida. s at 2 M. Depart Tue.days and Fridays at 1IP. J1. Winnfield and .;:rta. Arrives every Wednesday at 5 P. M. Depart every Thursday at 6 A. M. D. F. DUNN. Postmaster. LODGE 7 UMEETINGS. Eastern Ctai Lodge 131. F. & A. )i.. meet at Wifllt d on the &eeoud S;atnrday in each xttaith. S. M. SMItHt W. M.. J. M. AlELa. ccnrt;trY. Montgomery Lod, 1E$. F. & A. M.. mleet at Mentgotiiery on S attn A ti f,-i "" the fourth Suuid:iy in czrh month. J. M. MICC'AIN. Mirctetarv. PARISI DiIRECTORY. CIRCUIT COUI:T OF AIPEAI.. lIon. A. B. Ge rge ..................... -lon. J. (C. Moncure........ ...... Judges Termn.-First Mondayst in April and November. FOUIRTHI DISTRICT CO:r'iT ion. R. I)., Bridger ...............Jiudg...

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