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$A' j t'ý.
B fs fnours-tarom " an. m. to 7 p.
m. Ytaday rfous--I to 1 . a. m. Reg
etraWlnu and Money Order.liours-8 a.
m. t, b p. m.
Arrital and Ihepartutre of Malils.
C'loses. "I,."O &: T. Railroad. Arrives.
3:10 p.m.'n o'rtbTral , n:10p. m
9:00 n.m. booth 'Train 9:00 a. ai
Baton Rouge &.Bayou Stara. (river).
C'loses )Daly (except 9.1ndaiy.) tat U a.m.
)noe to Arrive at 0:30 p. ia.
Natehes & Bayou Kara. (river).
Closes. Tuesday. Thursday & S-aturday
at 12 p. tm.
ºne)tlo Arretr, Wilrdaslay. Friday and
S undaty at 3 a. m.
F. M. 31'.MFOIU),
Ietters Froet the People.
We are snot resp .usible for the opin
Ions of correspondents. All uolnum ll-*
ealios mallst IWar thei nmatie of tlhe au
thor. oot for publictation but . a guar
ant c of good faith.
IL toptie li l Rh(ine.
Pe 'cx Ica fur sale constantly. at
ris. Ansten's, Lower St. Francisville.
F monn yesterday at 8:32
a. Inl" -.
Buy W\ashee from Iken Brown,
foot of tlhe hrll St. Fruncisville.
Water ill hig supply in the river
but scant in the cisterns.
The plc-nic of the 1st ward
(traded School was a very enjoyn
A delightful party was given at
the residence of Mr. aid Mrs. Ho
Iert Montgomery, on Thursday
evening, 9th inst.
For the finest milk shake go to
S Mrs. Austen'A store foot. of the hill.
Tine exodus from Blayou Salra
till continues although most of
the inhabitants have already exo
The river has jogged along in ts
tpwardl tendoeney at the rate of
oneC tentlh of a fiolt in 24 hours
since our last issue.
The St. Fr:ncinsville public
sclhool Pr'ofessor Anglin l'rinci
pal. Mrs. E'. A. Flower Assi.tant
T'ea:clwer cltosed its se-siol ion
The '"c:n,:t get :nvay.'t " tof (lour
si-tler (city have tput their Iidliung
err iill on f:lse t'floors and pi"t
. i. tior .sl rut of tIhe 1j)i-.ilt t tr ;euh of
the .-nVOnen n r.
"Th, cl,=, 1e-alit, of lByou
N,,r. ar-,. eiti1-l.I t', iu,'ILh eredlit
ir ltse IllIst:I:l r inl whiir! I tiey i\nhave
lo nliunter:l.d with the wvhite icli
nies 35 in their efforts to kelep the
A new...aper :.ys "(.a.i. Fi
trai :iii ininst ratil is alt'e lyv full
Srf Iroise.".' l Ii our ct.oentim
p narnny nput tithe word promise sn
thie plural e wIoul have forcibly
delineated lione of the lhara'teras
tics at' ipresent distinguishing that
Mr. C. IW. Reedl. plroprietor of the
iotel ellcione, (Jnili. one of the tlnest
new and mnodern hotels in the west,
says of Chamberlain' Cough Remedy:
'-We have used It in our family for
s years with the most satisfactory result
especially for our children. for colds
andil rop. It e't ie d(tpi.nded upon;
lwsides it 1.i plea:isant to take and seems
to Ise free from cnhlorofori and the oily
sutatanuees put into miaay cough mix
tures. :0 cent and $1 bottles for saile
by I.. P. Kilbourne & Co.
To-meirow will'he Trinity Sun
day aind the end (f tle Paschll
Time. The Gospel for the day is
according to Saint Matthew, Chap
xxviii, verses 18 to 20: The Dis
ciples are commisioned to Preach.
Thursiday, June 16. CorpusChris
ti, Feast of the Blessed Sacrat
With this number commences a
series of letters by.H.E.O. Hetnc
mann of Chicago, containing enter
taining gossip about life in that
* great city and from time to time
prenntiung interesting facts relating
to the progess of preparations for
the Columbian Exposition. These
letters will appear each week on
the first pugeof the SENTINEL and
we commend them to our friends
as entertaining and instructive
The various gentlemen declared
elected at the recent election have
received their commissions
through Capt. Lane W. Brandon,
Clerk of Court. Mr. J. G. Plet
tinger as Justice of the Peace, and
Mr Clint Briggs as Constable 1st
Sward, have qualiled and entered
upon the discharge of the duties
of their respective oelces. We
understand that no commission
came for Mr. J. Hi. Clack, owing
no delout to the suspeasive appeal
tl.ken hiy Mr. Barrow to the Su
Miss Hannah Aroastein went 'to
'Woodville on MoldaW for a8 short
Miss Stella 'Whtehurst is visit
ing relatives and friends near
Mrs. Albert Meyer, of New Or
le:ns., and daughter are visiting
Mrs. Morris Wolf.
Miss Mimic Weher of Donal
sonville is here visiting her grand
mother Mrs. E \Weber.
l1r George Retrig took a short
run to Wilson, La., leaving Mon
cliy- aid ret urning WVdn tlay.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Versinsky,
of Jaickon, spent Sundaly in town
in visitinu relatives and friends.
Mr. J It. Ilutehinson went up
to Woodville Iaist Monday to stay
a short time with relatives and
iDr. Phillipl II. Jones, of Jack
son, and his brother-in-law Mr.
Smith, were in St. Fr:ancisville
Mr. Mills, of thle Plains. East
Baton Rouge, camie up onl a busi
ness trip Tuesday and returned
Misses Endlo iand Cecile Brooks
antil Ilettie Stocking. returned
T'hursday for the summer vaca
tion of Sllinlan Institute.
Miss lRegina Levy left on Mon
day for lWoodville to attend the
wedding of her uncle. Mr. Max
Mann, to Miss IIettie Schlesinger.
Mr. and Mts. Max Mann will
pay short visits at Baton Rouge,
New Orleans and Patterson, La.,
before going to their future Ilhome
at New Iberia.
Miss.es Fannie and Kate McGe
bee, charming young young ladies of
'inckneyville, BMi., spent Tues
day last in this town, guests of
Mrs. J. D. Ansten.
Mr. Joe Wolf, now located lit
Jackson, Mi. arrived on Saturdry
on a visit to his numnlerous c(ircle
of relatives and friends. lie re
turned by W'ednesday's train.
We are pilased to know that our
valued friend antld fellow-towns
man Mri. Arthur Samuels, who
has been severely ill for several
weeks, is able to be out again.
Our friend Mr. Max Mann, of
New Isei-in, arrived here Saturday
and departed for Woodvile on
Monday. His numerous friends
here were halpy to meet hilm.
Anm ing the Bayou Sara gentle
i'ien who attended the Manr
Schlbeinglr wedding Iat Woodville
Wedlnes.dav night were Mess a
Ale :land Dannic Mann andl 11r.
Miss Bel l Pieard, of New Or
leans, arrived Friday of last week
on -a visit to her sister Mrs. Ben
Leopold. She will remtin in our
midst for several weeks. Besides
other a:nd mnanifold accomplish
ments, Miss Belle is a splendid
Mr. Max Mann and his loveable
bride went down on Thursday's
train. The happy young couple
were greeted during the train's
stay here by a throng of relatives
and friends who were anxious to
congratulate the bride and groom
and to wish them Godspeed.
We authorize our advertised druggist
to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds, upon
this condition : If you are aftlicted with
a Cough. Cold or any Lung, Throat or
Cthest trouble, and will use this remedy
as directed, giving it a fair trial, and
experience no benefit, you may return
tho bottle and have yourmoney refund
ed. We could notmake this offer did
we not know that Dr. King's New Dis
coverv could be relied on. It never dis
appoints. Trial bottles free at L. V.
Kilbourue & Co's. drug store. Large
size 50c. and $1.00.
An Accidental Shot.
One of those unloaded pistols
went off-again Saturday night and
as usual, did'nt fail to get in at
least some of it's work.
This time it happned to be in
the possession of ouryoung friend
Jim Magearle, and while careless
ly handling or examening the wea
pon it was discharged, the 38 cal
ibre ball taking effect in his left
hand inflicting a painufl though
not dangerous wound,
A Large Meteor.
What is thought to be the lar
gest aerolite that ever fell from
the sky is lying in the Caspian sea,
ashort distance from the penin
sula of Apsheron. The aerolte
projects twelve feet above the
water, and save for its fused black
crust, which gives it the appear
ance of having been varnished, it
has every appearance of being one
of the usual formantions miet withl
:dong the coast.
I.ait week we allud(.l to a nm:g
niticent exhiblition which it was in
conte!mplation toa give for the ben
efit of the Church of St. Mary if
Mount Carmnel in t his place.
ArchbishopJan .ssens hals een
very pronounced ili his exprets
ions of admiration for this grand
prodtuction of Prof. Duetrow.
At the present tiame it is int
practicahle to exhibit the paint
ing on account of the thr'eatening
condition of the river bush he.re
andi at tihe hoime of Rev. Fatherl.
Laforest who will dlesire to be
present when the exhibit is mnadc.
Fl.reyhntt's (Oper 1Iouse hs ihen
secured hoIiwever, antd its ssoon) as
the conditions wi:ll ilow the
grand picture will be inroiled to,
the admiring gzet of our citizens.
Professor I)Durow will lietfi ir'e on
andl explain the subjects repre
Among others the following
scenes will be presentedl: hiar
bor and city of Charleston, Boin
hitrdiaent of Sum ter, Dest ruction
of Gosport Navy Yard, T'attle of
Manalssass atld rout of tile Fe(leral
troolps, Charge of the fatllous
Black Ilorse Cavalry. Great naval
battle between the Merrinnac and
the Monitor, Battle of Frazier's
Farmn with great artillery duel
Washington Artillery, Molt's.
Whalen's andlll nandall's Bit teries,
Battles of Baton Rouge and Chan
cellorsville and many others
aimong which the great struggle at
Due and timely notie of the
presentation will begiven in these
-'In buying a cough medlcine for chil
droini" saya II. A. Wtalder. a prominent
druggist of Ogden. lUtah. never be afraid
to buy Ch:unberlain's Cough Rtemedy.
There is no danger from It and relief is
always sure to follow. I -particularly
reecoullmeud Chamberlain's lbecause I
h:ave foutnd It to i": safe and reliable. 50
r'nht bottles for utile by L. 1'. Kilboulrle.
Prepare to Swim.
An interesting calculation has
just been made by a : rench (lGel
ogist to the effect that, taking in
to considleration the wear and tear
in the solid land by ocean washing
rivers, wind and weather, at.d
leaving out of the calculation vol
cannc action, thle world will in
four and r. half nmillion year's be
comlplet ely under water and no dry
land exist tit all.
LIST OF LETTERS
lemntining in the Post 0111ee, Itayout
Sara, L:., week enuding Jnss:e Sah.,
C,'rter. Joh' , Pierce, Martha,
ifall. F It., Shaheen, George,
Ogden, Mrs. M3., Sanders, Maria,
I'ersons calling fop any of these let
aors will please say advertised.
F. 31. 31UMIFORD,
Bret Harte's young daughter Miss
Js:samy Harte, will make her litera
ry debut in the July Ladies Home
Journal with a most entertaining de
scription of "Camp Life in the Adi
rondacks." in which it is claimed
every evidence shows itself of inheri
ted literary tendences not unlike those
evidenced in Bret Harte's earlior
works. Miss Harte is a girl still in her
teens, and has artistic as we!l as liter
ary proclivities, re one of the illustra
tions accompanying her first article
Mr. Howells intends spending his
sunmmer in a quiet nook in New Eug
land' devoting a large portion of his
time to the writing of his novel of
American girl-life, to be published in
the Autumn in The Ladies Home
i. F, IRVINE & SON,
BAYOU SARA, LA.
WHOLESALE AND RE1A.
G R 0 CERI E S,
PROVISIONS, WESTERN PRODUCE
General Plantation Supplies.
Steamboat Agents, Proprietors
BAYOU SARA WItItARFOAT,
Receiving and Forwardsng Agents
Bayou Sara Coal Yard. *
XONEY TO LOAN.
arm Loans Negotiated,
Five Years Time.
lnterest Payable Annually.
PAGiTE W. BARROW.
Nv2' tf. isayou Sat'..
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SIT7OUI ISI, tDh10
IN GOLD.. RlAL FSTATE,
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ADDRESS THF R t[ER,- Vf LfNGRf,
MEMPHIS, TENN., U. S. A.
U aelee vry Bank and ]nineaa Soua in Memphis and the Bouth.
CHAn. SPENCER, Proprietor,
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
Ice Cold Lager Beer, Pop and all
Carbonated drinks, to be found
on hand at all times.
All the rules and regulaitons
characteristic of first class and
respectable establishmenits strict
Cor. Front & Principal Sts.,
Bayou Sara, Louisiana.
May 9 91.
--BAYOU SARA, LA.,
BOILER MAKER AND
Repairing of all kinds of Machi
nery a Specialty, and execu:ted
In the best manner and at short
notice and Reasonable Prices.
All parties having work in nmy
Shop for a period ccxceedilng
ninety days. are hereby notified
that the same will be sold to pay
cost of repair.
Bayou Sara, La.,
J. F. InvINE St. .1. F. IRVINE JR.
Upper and Lower,
SINGLE SE'TS--Either t7irEil, or LOW
:iR, for $10.00. At my Offce in the
Teak, r -hlt e ce. St.. F",I-,r: . ville.
GIEATEST DISCOVERY OF THE
Mann's Cralm Linilent,
An unfailing Remedy and easy
It is a certain cure for
FOR EXTERNAL AND IN
A HOME DISCOVERY,
A MDea d shot
On Screw Worms.
And cure for Colic and Botts in
Horses and Mules.
For sale by all Stores and Drug
gists. Price 50 and 25 cents. Try
it once and you will never be
WEINBERG & MANN,
Jan10 ly. Merrick, La.
Always Koeps the
Price ali Q ility ofGoods.
Ils specialty is First Class Family
Groceries, while his line of ry Goods
and other articles of necessity will be
found up to the highest standard of ex
cvllnqy. S.,ing i- tllic ing. Give
him a call. Jai 12 S9 ]y.
S- .-.. .. . t1 C +
A Cure for the Aitmeant
* and Beast.
A long-tested pain reliever.
Its use is almost universal by the toum * l
Farmer, the Stock Raise and by vry t_
requiring an effective liniment.
No other application compares with it in m.ec-a- .
This well-known remedy has stood the test 4.: r"
years, almost generations.
No medicine chest Is complete without a bottle
. MUSTANG LINIMEI:T.
Occasions arise for its use almost every day.
All druggists and dealers have it.
IM1`ItILLE, NEWI O!EAIIE AND TAX1S IIAIIWr
- ----- :0:
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE.
Schedule In Effect, October 18th, 1891.
8:10a,,, 00 pm 1 1.v New Orleans Al 8:10am 3-pm
S11:57 p m 7' pm " Baton Rouge " 5:42 a m 1:M56 p
I :48 p ni 8-H p I Ar Slaughter Lx 4:42 am 1: 8p M !
I :25 p m Lv Slaughter Ar 11:40 a mn
3:10 p in Ar Bayou Sara Lv 10 a an
: )0 pmin Lv ". Ar 9 am
5:50 p mn Ar Woodville Lv 7:00a m ,"
7:00 pm 4:15:1m " Na:tchez "" 8:30 pm 7:00 a -
7:00 pm 12:45 ngt Lv Vicksburg Ar 12:25 ngt 8:10 p a r
0:00 p 12:35a m Ar iv 12::1ain m 8:00am
10:17 a im 11:20 am * Greenville 8:15 p lm 8:055 a t
10:21 a in :1:11 :Ia in Leland " 9:52 p m 4:50 p ar
8:10 pm 09:2it in Helena 4:35 pm 11:10 a llt
5:10 p it 7:10 am n Memphis 5:10 p nm 10:00 am
The only line running -soihd trains between Memp)hs and N.ew
Orleans carrying elegant Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars in both dlt
rections, thius assuring passenglers a speedy and comfortable journey.
it t cc, m:;aps etc., apply to agents, or addrescs,
P. R. ROGERS.
G eneral Passenger Agent,
Tne 0, 1.0 3lLa
..sar'rc-lc1.d t , t11ki
Above All Competitors
Paris Exposition 1889,
17. Cn EI t eans ,L.
1'70 Canal St. New Orleans, LHa.
S. LAxmzEr - W. LAzny,
SLambert & Landry
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS
Baton u :
Representing the following Stannch and Reliable Coaupa.ieas:
1. P'bunix,of ,Iartoturd. 2. Home, of New Orleansa. 3. Lancashire. Itaasclweter,
England. 4. Liverpool. Ldolon anid l3lbs, of Loudon and Liverpool. 5. Me-isaice
and Tradilers, fNew Orleans. 6. North British and Meratulile. of London nn6 Edt
inburgh. 7. Westlestn Asutranice Co.; of Toronte, Canada. 8. Phleis, of 14rvoklyu
9. St Paul F. & M., of St. Paul. 10. New York LifelInsuranceCo.
Will issue Policies of Insurarce upon all clasaes of desirable peuperty in East
and West, B-rtoa IRonge, lberville, Pointe Coupee, Avoyellres. East and West Felci.
ana, St. Hielena, Tangipihoab, Liviugston anl Asoeusion parishes, and in Amite and
Wilkiuson counties Miss.
Relers to th lie best men of t he country.
MME. J. E. AUSTEN, MILLINERY.
rove's lasteless °
Cili TonIc o
fo- CHI LLS,MALARIA
As pleasant as monSyrup
. ,o - O , NoPA . P .
b that the Tasteless ChillTniewbich as
glenn such unlversal satimfactio, aid
which you heer yo"t oeh es tallu -
about i Oaovrs.& Toh gl'hertie
and genuine Tasteless lQl Trie, st- ea,
a.ask ortova n don't acpcheap. untred sstits,,clili _ ..l.
bjust as god. Ove's Tasteleso i Ci lToum holds full0s. endcassin4
contains but twenty-four to th duses. Gsuee's.Tsm is as as
lar tonic and retsjls fthr 0 cents.
5lhDICINJ COXPAINY. St. Louis, Xi Bold bu - Ur a'