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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 1 May 1880

TfEFELISIAIIA SENTINEL. U·l l·f m' o 1,uhld on L..u~:~~u Dwe Till RWll & Co's Neweayonr Ad - wheret aavewrtsng mroul~n~~ul ______--OLL -.The Police Jury meets on onday. -Soda water at Sweetman & riend's. .The 26th of April was cel rated in a quiet manner, by . ho Odd Fellows of our two vil ages. _J. J. BuIrke, will be hero just two eeks longer. -Tihe Pastime Amateur Dra atic Association contemplate ving a performance in the } ear future. V -It would be gratifying to U s friends to learn how Mr. G. . made the acquaintance of e charming Miss A. B. t( -A rain, accompanied with ill, visited this section on the th. In the 5th ward we learn, g, e storm was severe but no se- fc ous damage is reported. 1 -An attempt to have the res of Bayou Sara closed on mday was made on the 25th. me merchantsrefused to close of ,and those signing tile peti- lo on became disgusted. To-mnor- fi w it is expected every store cl ill open. ar -Cotton scraping is the order to the day with the more ad- t...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 1 May 1880

THE F.LICE ANA SEI TIP EL. D-ELARATION OF PRINOIPLIS OF THK NIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. For the infoirmation of those notacquainted with the Py thian cause, we publish these decla rations of principles of the Or der: Recognizing the universality of human brotherhood, its or ganization is designed to em brace the world within its juris diction-intended solely and only to disseminate the great principles of Friendship, Chlari ty and Benevolence; nothing of a sectarian or political char acter is permitted within its portals. Toleration in religion, obedi ence to law and loyalty to gov e 'nmeat, are its cardinal prin ciples. Misfortune, raise y and death, being written in fearful charac ters on the broad face of crea tion, our noble order was insti tuted to uplift the fallen, to champion humanity; to be his guide and hope; his refuge, shelter and defense; to soften down the asperities of life; to subdue party spirit, and, by the sweet and powerful attractions of the glorious trinity ot Friend s...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 8 May 1880

LICIANA SENTINEL. VI. ST. FRANCISVIL E, LA. MAY 8 .1.880. NO. 44. g. Breen Davis offere FAS ervioes t the people of S -nd *ejnlning Parishes. Gna red tohim, ut his resi- age. propt attention. .V. AMcPJERSO . PIA. NARY NllRGEON rm, Louisiana. _ apublie drY and will do Sthe public at reasonable To r oRE & CO. blished I 865.1 of pensions, and all of Claims for soldiers and Address with stamp, GILMORE & CO , sti. Washington, D. C pro EWMAN, s FANCY GROCEB, La. Fraacis5ile, La. SBoys clot hing made after t stil Ie and at reasonable r ust,re will be kept well EC gthe wint.er months. KAUFMAN, 14 terl Francisville, La. abo y1, ,0 £ýITE, tent Complete tock of Fresh - ncy G(roceries, Beer, Fine ors ad Conlltietions Con til, aind for sale at the low tes._ jnne29-78-ly. D. lHAM ILTON, 0 be Pce, th Ward. West and Frliiiuita, I,:s., FULLY states that having c for ightl years, he is well perform the tluties thereof in maunoer.Collectiou of clai:u s Ilis special attention e Ne WN.he Opposit...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 8 May 1880

THE FELICIANA SENTINEL. a::::::: . - ·.-- .. .. .. . ... . . . .. . OUTSPOKE.V AX)D PIJ.C'R.1 TVIr. OflJTOIAL JORTN AL OP W FELICIANA Ofdoial Joirnal of the Town of Bayou Sara M ay.......................8 G. W.R EEE PIvos. QGEO. . RIEESE.. ........ ....EdIitor WM..L. RTIRTNG ......... .Publiher ForreSI Alael lrs. STEAM BOAT COLLISION. O.. the evening of the 24th of April while the steamers J. W. Cannon, ofthe New Orleans and Bayou Sara trade, and Chas. Morgan of the Cincinnati and New Orleans Southern Transportation Line were pro ceeding on their trip, and while yet in the limits of the port being opposite St. Mary street, a collision between the boats occurred, which resulted in se rious and expensive damage to the Cannon. The facts con nected with the accident are as follows, and show that the oner ous of blame rests on the pilot of the Morgan: The Morgan started ahead, and the Cannon had rapidly overtaken and was passing her on the outside, leav ing a distance of from 150 to 200 ...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 8 May 1880

THEWFELICIANA 8EN 1ail .E TNIS PAPER mny w found uu. re ,c "~ . , 7n~b r~r~n Rwoll & Cnowr Nowxpnyy~· Ad 'pMloytrW r l INw W ORKW -FORRESTS. ~j .Soda water at Sweetman & 3friend's. ..1h Mr. W. C. Percy we re turn thanks for copies of the Clhicago Field and Pacific Life, both Idading sporting papers. AiMoney to loan on diamonds and all kinds of valuables. Address 'Dia nould', Bayou Sara, La. -The energetic and enter prising canvassing agent for1 the SingerSewing Machine Co., Mr. H. Rudkin, will he in Jack son, nett week, in the interests of his lbusiness. S F O R 11E S T S. -The river continues to de dine at this po'nt at tfhe rate of about one and a half inches in twenty-four hours. The to tal fall so far amounts to some thing near 20 inches. -Goto Sweetman & Friend's for a refreshing glass of sada water. -From a friend who was present, we learn that )Decora tion Day, in Clinto:, passed off splendidly. The address of President C. . lAndrews was transcendently eloqluenlt....

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 8 May 1880

TNiFELIIIAN.l ETINEL. BEWATOR THURMAN ONT A STRONG GOVERNMENT. Senator Thurman addressed r the people of Colfmbus, Ohio, at few days ago, and in htsspeech I referred to the cry for a strong a government. He said: "My friends, it has been said that every presidential election is a crisis in this republic, and, though it might be doubted whether in the past that remark was so absolutely true that there was no exception to it, yet it must be admitted that in latter years every presidential election, in fact, has been a cri sis in our affairs, and no one can tell how long it may thus continue to be. But of one thing I think we may be abso lutely certain, and that is that the presidential election of 1880 will be regarded, as long as the history of this country shall be read and studied, as a crisis in the republic. And why do I say this I am not accustomed, it is not my wont, to magnify things. Why, then. do I say that is a crisis in public affairs? Because, my friends in my serious j...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 15 May 1880

FELICIANA SENTINEL< VOL. IV. ST. F'LRANCISVILI"E. LA. MAY 15. 1880. NO. 45 LEVY & NEWMAN .C02 ' O .N" F i C ' "ORS ..AND.. COMMIS.ION M.ERCHANTS, No. 6d Car;onielet St. NEW ORLEANS, LA -"DWARD RICHlTER, PIAIONA E BLE.............. TILO R. B.3you Sara, La, Onaranteting sat'sfactioln solicits patron u. Inir20 80-ly A-'I'ED 1'TO ImEN '-A good I'IANO during the slunuler mnonlhs. A c.aonrahin parice paid anll good care t ak-l en ofiistrnwlent. Address "Il" thin ili.e JOSEPH VACARO. rCARPENT'EI AND IUNI)DEIt' AKlIt, Ba' ,un Srn,, Loutsiainaa. rESPEI'ITULLY solicits a share of tupblic pnitroutntge and guiarantees ,tiat'actiii. Or'ers for roflins will be pitripty tilt,.d, , 79.1y g01$T. SIMPLE JIt. J08 L GOLSAN. SEMIPLE & GOLSAN, ATTORNEYS Al LANW St. Faui civilla La., Will pracril' in the Court- of West Felicianaand cIl'ointe Coupeie. r- SJ. WEUDGE, ATTORNEY AT LAW"; ('linton, Louisiana, Will practice in thlle courts of Ea:st atuI .fest Fteliciura and the S'utprcnle Court of he ...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 15 May 1880

T1ItIELIGIANA SENTINEL. @UTSPOf*.I ANl Di3TOCRATIC. OJFloI&L OVUEAL GrW r1LI&ANA CJoia] Journil of the Tow of Bayou Bara i Nay ..........1............5 8. LAMBERT. GREO. REES. ............. Editor WMa. L. B'RI LING ....·... - PnhlivberRI Is iT TRTASONt The almost unanimous de nunciation, by the press of this State, of the non-action of the recent Legislature in matters of vital importanceto the interests of the people, has excited the ire of two zealous supporters of the State government, the Alex andria Democrat and the Natch itoches Yindicator, not to men tion the grand metropolitan luminary and self-constituted head-light and oracle of Dem ocracy, the New Orleans Demo orat. As regards the latter, we ad mit that we felt crushed, demol ished, annihilated, when it gave the country press such an elab orate overhauling some time since; but when, upon mature consideration, wereflected upon the fact that we were a born Democrat and that the editor of the Democrat was not; and th...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 15 May 1880

nICIAi +1ASN''ý"' I 'ORRLSTS. 1j a water at Sweetmuan & weather during the k has been dry and t .The streets are quite ad a good rain would be ble. c ke'8 tent will be here ten! days itfril to got "struck off," be- . )ahasing articles need- 1 ublic will consult self- I by calliug at the store of t rad Bockel, Bayou Sa cre first quality goods r 5ys in stock aL.d with t salesimenl in the persons 'oung friends Messrs. J. I uire and E. I. IBockel, it rce of pleasure as well deal with the house. o soda fountain at I an & Friend's is in op o greatest crilmes and ex committed wlrile the d miind is under the in of excessive heat. To gainst over heat we can advise our reaiders to 1. "BIt how ?" \VWhy, it auplest thing imaginable. tile ice house of L. liar dbny, for a trifle, enough congealed fluid to last ole day. ,.Ulnrke isth. busiest man in ,Itlthiscm,,,s fr),, n tu fc:l rl .t rah are a trim lik,'ii t' s :amll pleasiung picAue it , if you do.n't ge, ther anl sit, avid you will ' ...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 15 May 1880

THE FELICIANAS'EN TINEL. Old Isaac Saunders has just been arraigned before the court on the charge of emibe zling a mule trom the church. Ike h:ad been assigned to circuit work by the conferefne', but had failed to adhere to his letter of acceptance. In fact, he refus ed to preach after making way with the mule, and the three churches that alternately were toreceive food from him conm bined and had him arrested. Atter the examination of sever al witnesses a colored lawyer for thedetense arose and said. "De parson has de la.w all on his side, because he 'ploys a lawyer and de Church don't. Dat am a powerful factor in his resemblance. An' now I as de Jedge of dis court ter let de prisoner go. I don't make long speeches, but I conies down to de pint. Dis lnan ain't guilty no more nor 1 was las' year when da dited me for stealin' a hog. Dis am convincin', and de Court can't step aroun' it.' The Justice, also a colored man pondered a long time, and at length said: "De attorney hab stated...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 22 May 1880

ELICUIANA' SENTIN EIL J. ST. IFRANC1SVILLE, LA, MAY 22. 1880. NO. 46_ . CREO, AttonleV at L uw, Clinton. Louisina. WrIL JR. J08 L OOL8AN. & GOLSAN, ATTORNEYS Al LAW St. Fan ciaville Ln., tie- in the Court- of Wear and Pointe Coupee. WEDGE, ATTORNEY AT LA ", Clinton, LonispIna, ractice in the courts of East and liciana and the Supreme Court of OUN FLUKER, Attorney at Law, Clinton, Louisiana. ractice in the Courts of the 5th District. ag.2'7t1.-ly USKERNAN, EY & COUNSELOR AT LA'V TON............. ..LA. ces in the Conrts ofrtho Sixteenth j)istrict. and in the Supreme New Orleans. CKL.FF,. C. 1. FISaIII.R KLIFFE & FISHER, Atlorneys at Lesw, St. Francisville, La. prtctite Ie the Courts of West t Feliriaina, P'oiuto Coupee and g Paris.:-. 3a. 8. D. 'T'ONG., fSICIAN & 01B TETRIC IAN. IRS IIIS professioial services to, tizents of Ba ont Sara, -ht. Fran'is It IIITrrOI ilinII conItrllly. Otlce ideals alt t he B(atal i 1lmse. TSITiiY DRt. E. Green Davin of1ers Ilk services to...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 22 May 1880

THE FEUCIANA;8EN TINEL. . IKE AN] Thk 1UL±. Old Isaac Saunders has; just been arraigned belfore the court on the charge of embezzling a mule from the church. Ike had been assigned to .circuit work by the coniference, but had failed to adhere to his letter of acceptance. In fact, he refus ed to preach after making way with the mule, and the three churches that alternately were to receive food from him com bined andihad him arrested. Atter the examination of sever al witnesses a colored lawyer for thedelense arose and said. "De parson has de la.w all on his side, because he 'ploys a lawyer and de Church don't. Dat am a powerful factor in his resemblahmnce. An' now I ax de Jedge of dis court ter let de prisouer go. I don't make long speeches, but I conies down to de pint. Dis man ain't guilty no more nor 1 was las' year when da dited me for stealin' a hog. Dis am convincin', and de Court can't step aroun' it.' The Justice, also a colored man pondered a long time, and at length said: "D...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 22 May 1880
Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 22 May 1880
Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 22 May 1880

SELICIANA SENTINELN TIV. ST. I,'RANC1SVIL;E. LA. MAY 22..1880. NO. 46, Atterney rat Law, Clinton. Louisiona. JOB L GOLSAN. SGoOLSAN, NATOR'EYS Al LAW St. Fan cisville Ln., in the Courts of West pointe Cou pee. J'EDGE, ITTORNEY AT LA ', Clinton, Lnisijna, ctice in the courts of East and cisan and the Supreme Court of OUN FLUKER, AgtNrrey at Law, Clinton, Louisiana. ice in the Courts of the 5th t~ric.g.'7.-ty US KERNAN, & COUNSELOR AT LA'V ON............. LA. 0sin theConrts ofltho SixtenthI District, and Iln the Supre'cae i !ew Orleans. ICKLIFFE & FISIIER, Attorneys at Ls~', Sr. Francisville, La. practice!u to tlhe Colrts of West t Fe'liciana, a',il to Couplee and g Parishes. )R. 5. D. 'TONG'.., SICIAN & OIl TTri IAN. RS HIS prohessiinal services to €iiness of limi, oilSa'a, i-t. Fra ci=s aid surroIIrIlini cotiiitrr y. Ollice Ldeal at Ihl (;I ell hIui,le. TSITI1Y DII. E. Greent Davia ofls, his servicts ,toI tle tl.ple of this ail adij iiiug 'atisilies. tr5:tnhlirett.'...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 22 May 1880

TIHETELICIANA SENTT EL. OV2WJ'OA1x AND DE 11 OCib TIC. OIrPICI AL JOIINALOPF W PrELIOIANA fflclaJ Journal of the Town of Bayou Sara May... ..:............... 22 o LAMBERT. r os. O. W. REE-E, i j.PO.TOnS. EO. W. IV. EESE ..--........ Edlitor VM. L. STIRTING ......... Publisher THE PIO-NIO AT TUNIOA. Me, EDITroR -I don't know that 'Old Sol' 'riz up' any earlier on'the" morning of the 6th lust., than he did the day be fore; accordivg to dame nature's time piece he was allowed a minute more, but I do know that he displayed ;a brighter, rosier and happier `phiz' as he wiped the fog front his eye, the rain-water from his lips and spilled a piggin full of radiant smiles upon operatives on the woodland ridge that skirts the play ground of the a old church and school house of Tunica " hills, who plied their hands with zealous Sowarts towards the erection of the pic. umi table of that memorial day. If there is anything, Ml-. Editor, that it ,young folks detest on these hey-day oc casions, iti...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 22 May 1880

E7ELICIANA Wý1TINEL. 4 UNli P 1'I:UNE.I NTION nrth a pound of cure. We represcnt Son lltrt4 :erchants & Tralders game Ass irfIt.Co CoIupLuies of Now a~ho the West crn ARsunrncae, 1 ab 't and most liberal Fire radl Ac. OomprpniP4 on tbe Continlent;. Wo ,~gents for the Louisiana Eunita uelusnrnnuce (oo Life nnril eltndw `policics issed on favorable tetIrs. dteýý LAMBEl RIT I&:SLE, iRayouI Saul, La. T=j (ca( of justice J. (r. lettinger, tMagistrate 1st. ward we take pleasure in referring to .day. .Mr. I'lettinger is emi ntly qualified for the position, theduties of which he dispenses wth that scrupulous regarl( for jsice and e(quity which- should aracterizethe court oftjiustice. ..Brooks' drug store is re plete with every useful article, Dotonly in the line of drtugs ad medicines, lInt in the slapl, oftoilet articles, fincty grPoc(eries t.etc., all of which are diis pensed with thie atllhility for which the plro'rietor and his as antlli. Thos Magire, distinguishted. ~g'Moniy to...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 22 May 1880

THE FELICIANA 8eNTINEL. A FIGHTING EDITOR'S WORK. A. western editor, whose style of writing was calculated to arouse people to deeds of gore, being himself not much on the muscle, found it necessary to keep a fighting editor, and he lhad a speakiLg-tube connected wish the healer's room to call him when danger required. One day a g ntleman whom the ed itor had referred to as "a cross eyed dromedary" came in to re quest a correctiOn, and as the i$ghting editor was outhe didn't respond to the signal of distress, and while the editor aad his vis itor were on the floor under the desk, the former agreed to cor rect the mistake, and the irate man left. Pretty soon a gentle man frourthe rural district came in togive the editor a big squash and get a notice, and about that time the fighting editor return ed, and a boy in his room told him that the l-tss wanted help. The man of war was quick to respond, and .dashing into the chiefs room, and seeingthe lat ter in a somew.hat disordered conditi...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 29 May 1880

ST. FRANC1SVILLEý, A. MAY 20 1880. NO. 476 SEDITOI.L .P3LITI.AL NO.TE TI MIt LaW, Clilntoll. Louilsiala, 01 J& JOS L OOLSAN. 01] GOLSAN, Ofi St. FunIY Al villde Tn., tie tn this Court, of West ndPotite Con1UW? `· ýDpGE, F ITTORh'E AT LA. n; ' . ClintOh, Louisianaf, - at the courts at 1~4Ht and Oii an] the Sunromeu Court ot UN FLUKEt, [A j0.vsuey at LaW, - Clinton, Louisiana.. etiee in the Courts ! tllc 5t District. 8lERNAN, .................. . 1 ia nte Courts t'tlise Sixteetitt i pittrict, and to tltu Supreme'"l 3ew Orleanls. FFE & 1'187171;~, qltneyn at Law, l St. l"r:uisiviilitt, La. prtactiCCll ts Co1ito ColSof Vta t t FelriSm, I'"": ' Conpp' :uo 1'ariSllM:. _ _ YtICIAN \N I) lIE , PoINTE ('a iEkl, Lathl'rANA. tile piattoiIug at t Itoe it i hli i DR. S. ll. TO G E, 'SICIAN & 01'TET11I IAN. 33 IIS pr ,cSdestil scrvit'C to dizeles ot Iihi tot Sarta, St. Fititicis end snrojtltlliitg rotio!IV. O11icch deule at the Gast tell hottse. DR(. E. Grccu Davis~i offers his sre -i...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Feliciana sentinel. — 29 May 1880

THE FELICIANA SENTINEL: OUTSPOKEN AND DEMOCRATIC. OIFIOIAL JOURNAL OF W rELIOIANA Ofila) Journal of the Town of Bayou Sara M ay......................29 S. LAMBERT. PoP-TR. G. . REE.E, 'IETO. GEO. W. REESE................. Editor Wa. L. STIRLING ......... Publisher giHorace Maynard has been appoint ed by the President as Postmaster Gener al'vice Key resigned to take a Judgeship in Tennessee. [ Tho Baton Rouge Capitolian asys the plans for rebuilding the Capitol are tinished and that very soon bids will be advertsed for. Hurry up the work and get our young governor out of the foul atmosphere of those Now Orleans rings. IF"Go up to the captain's office and get a bottle of Prof. Paine's Catarrh Va por." shouted a colored boy to a lady who was sea-sick on one of the Long Island boats. "What will I do with that I" she inquired. "Why smell 'em and bathe the head With 'em; that cures all the people on this boat." was his reply. Office, 250 8, Ninth Street Philadelphia. gi'Senator Bayard i...

Publication Title: Feliciana Sentinel
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