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IIE R II Y FRIANT IN,
"TWF' .-OLFA) 4T .'m
IaY See 8, VOTIOeS. a)I TaM " T %.r'4pS.
It will be tO th interest of Buyers to write as fee q~sntes. sn d sd, Ie., i..s
Natches, . 1 RI 5s.
OUR BEAUTIFUL STOCK
New Fall and Winter Dry G.lods is Ready
FOR INSP!E ' lOTN.'
A casual glanee Is all sufMelent to show the superiorlty
of our stock over all others In Natches, and we solicit
from our patrons In T'nsas parish, a continuanee of
their liberal patronage.
Ocr Mall Order Department reoeeves
tab best attention, sad we guarantee
estisbethee i every particular.
" flam l pes Furnished Frye.
OHLABELTATN & PATTERSON,
403 pa Street. Natches Miss.
M. M.U.LL. A& C0.,
Fine and Medium Clothing, and
Furnishing ( oeds.
All the latest novelties as soon a. they come oat.
Will not be under sold by any one. Call and see us and
aonviuced that we are leaders of
Fashion and Low Prices. Suits Made to Order.
tOoand IaaS Commeroe St. Na'ch~m, M l ;.
PLOWS AND CULTIVATOES,
BRINDLY, BLOU T AND AVERY PL3WS;
PLANET JUNI )It CiiLFIVt'lT) ,
3i4115tl, DOWLAW AND FARGTU.4HAt COTTO. PLA. VTBEk8.
"Harrows, Sweeps, Scrapers
and all improved Agricultural
Implements. Hamues, Traces
Cellars, Bridles, Back Bands,
CJrry Combs, Briar Hooks,
Wedges, Hoes, Hoe Files,
Nails, Wagon Material and
The largest stock of tomls r nd
general Hardware in this
section, for which we solicit
the continued and much ap
preciated orders of our nu
merous Tensa friends.
SCBWARTZ & STEWART,
T e.tohez, - - - - Miss
eruPIx: OPMr U MoUsh I3ill.h Wase etus: ..y .. A, .r
C. J. SEARl~~LE C.,
W- HOr - E .! L ,E.
ORAtl, PL OUa, MAL, PROVIsinNl.
bAGGIES, TIES. AND HWAVT GROClBRIlL.
TIC B sURG.
Stsem' For Cloibhesa!
We have said eam verl Irmnl tbipls In the Iestr about 4hc
qeHtiee ef enor
el, 015 a.nd 636, SuIte and Over Coats,
Bet thin cwason's arrsy dahle cliscests them all. Eswtrleqae bas
br.e~gt ce kLoowlhcdge theat we Ltar ilfcal tio tond asienscl. It is no
esr atter to save frols $3. to .·. on a .elt, or an ()ser (tct ndl nout
eat In tle Qelsity, het we are dr ooy it. We want eoe todlrsa eormlarl.
sens as I ee tfor yewrlvS. If this Weateer is pesbisat iee ru ; chsate
oef Woeights, ave ti iee, three Igrade with the tfull ,.,,,sstll,.ne.- ' ,sN
eatifsetlon Y .os find. U suo w bll .oir tmied ,,eI ees ,,,sr t.lale. ,1,essile
style-They're as here.
.1. B. STEVENS, & CO., (LIIITED).
122 & 124 Canal St. )IEW ORIEN~N. La.
INSURANCE AGFNCY OF
PE'JRD £.M' AER.,'K 8 .
IR. II. TVIIITN S- , Age at.
1&9 OrGrier Street, New Orle ans.
els Agest fIa aw Orles of the aWowzng Pr-s,
Wass lie Ians.auce Gompaats.
Lonrdo and Lancwahire, Imperial Fire, F.rr.rgt,
Pasns 'Il,' , , KNorwich Unt , at -ao
.Peroalkts, of .N'~eawrk, De1aware,
MRiakttan Life I.trance ComnwanU, 'of New ) srk.
lrWept A4Jatnmets atd &eaese ? a,, .,sj
aberal rdinm Wa tte
IPrIecwiIgs of the lleseralic
Speeal to Commorcial-Rerald.
Tallulah, La., April 5.-Persmaet
to a rail of the pariah I)emorraie
eesruttvee a lmittee the Deem.raente*
party of the parish of Mldllann as
srmhtled In mans meeting here to.
Iday. Jldge K. t. Moorgomelny
seun eiledel obairman and Mr. W.
FI. Hlarvey, secreeary. The meet.
ilg was held for the peree. of
neminseatng a candilate for the,
legislature to Ill the vanany crnaled
by the relignation of Bon. Jel. B.
Snaydr. appointled naval oseer at
New Orleans. FP r geetlemes
were plansd In nnminationm, Meemnrs.
W. T. King. J. S. Richardson. D.
D. Demos, and cndtt Bentrl. On
the third Iallot Mr. King received
a majority of the vote cast and was
declared the nominee.
RIeulultoea heartily endersingll
the eandidly o olien. Clas. J.
Boateer for United State. senator,
tit sueered Judglle White, were
adopted practceally unalimoanasly,y
there'being hit three votes against
the reemlations. The meeting was
an unusually large Mne. This Is
an out and ant Bestuner pariahb.
TIE IIORI IsIl ELECTISN.
Prolldence, L. L.. April 5.-Trh
eerrected election returnl fretmI ell
poIts of the Stare t, .la. show that
the B. ebllcan victory Is even
greater them at Irat snpectesld.
tov. Brewe is r elected by a
plurality of over 6.01I1; the ensure
Reeublisan state ticket is victorit
and bly about the. came plurality, I
and the IReputieans have 10r oeut
of 108 members of the grind coei
-itter. Charles P. Bennett. I he
Riepublieass tasslldatle lar 8erreltar
of State, ren ahseatl of lia trlkert
nearly 1.B101 votes. Total for go.tr.
nor In tre 36 cities and towns waa:
Brown. Iteglblica. 28.414; B ster.
Democratir. 22.991. Dl)emo.rasse I
etrongheolds--Newport. Pawteeket. a
eumerltad and Tivertee. returned
haedaome Republican pluralltess.
The weat United tates Senator
will be Repuhlle an sd as Geore
Peeoedy Wesetmeore was Or.prel
by the eonvention his eletion may
be maid to be assured.
PLAITINS PltOSPAT. I
Plasters from the spnlands tf hisn
seesty rpeprt thuat gn e prolre'.
t"wa~ds putting in the croers leart
been made In the jest tew AIe%.
though planting has not yet maedi
p foar time lost by 1h4l weather
In omre tmInlreslis serly all the
enera has been plantedl and with.
favorable weather, a Iest tireal ,it
ettes will ti e plantedl this wek.
The outlook for only a moderate
stage of hlgh water ,his )eat I.
esnsidlered very enes.Iraging,. cel,,
planting Is bketisg tlone ot a a Itre
area e',ject t, ove. ei *l * elt,,.me
biglh water, lseisig uhprotectel ,.3.
Oapt. 'P. C Bedlrord alsy a litte
eatos was plantell le Madison
pariah laLst week, bet that the
sell l still cold nd wet. UHe re
gards thse river inlications as hilgh.
ly faverable.-O mi ner.'eisa lIer leli
It hleis eo ieask 'ery" ii0su1ie ile
Benlani d will neei bI) the *art ot
ilver. It wan all '*er Ini e amI
prnlsable .,e lol ** rhe dhe.b one os
ienglasel pus tLeir ,lehts rset the
Interest In lolal. hicLh Etigllasid was
making more* aele os.i Ilto s e a*t
tampt teo *,rikel sltees aeler. Mr.
Olaletoew I in ver. Is • un e0n.i
asisjlee wase, njail Bnglad weldl
be very sill toe eaenerage dtnel*tal.
lists whes Bagland was the greas
ereditor natins or the worIl. HBe.
faily sustaled the leosil of tbhe
milat Io Iedia, and tee co lrac.
•e. rapidly advaseed the value.
gold as ompared to sliver andI to
all the seeesleu of itle. Oi
.05 if #Bnglanld cu etUlent.e Ite
collear debts sid Iantrss is, gld,
her crilirens will think maeuometal
I an the very wisent policy ever
advanedl bvy Sh.3ltmt.
But the silver nations of this
Continent have realised, that this
sInjust iald persisitent w ar4 on tne
".f else money metals, has just
domhalel Ihe interests they are es.
irteal on pje.. Guatemala pays 4
per cW,8t. aoes her *eclsals, tet as Ilhe
r,llerts l dale andl tasles In silver,
hise will h.are to geIa Just twie as
mInuch hsil.er.4r d per cenar. interest.
11isth eiloes. eie case ie still wa.reM.
He- bonteos wear Iper cost. and sihe
will have Ie pay tIrom 12 to 13 Iwr
cent. interest. Anal o it goes with
all the Soeth American uand (ce lt'ral
England claima that the lio-terals
Ia pas.able in gaoll, sad the deolt, I
oeuntries claim that the war ons
silver has ao redleed its pricei sial
appreeiatead gold, that thbey ar
Not fairly dealt with. Tihey will
point out that the mistso In las
sad in the United Stases bhane* Iw*n
elosed since their bonds wer lssue.:o
ssal that England is respomnsibte foe
hea essaletol whicb has virtntlle
aloohlel the dealte nil t ,se interest
Guatema.la i ass alreadh served
aeactiee on her creditors in Bnglasal .
Ihat she will not pay the itaservlet seI
her iHons whehe it falls due natll
July, ii Ieaks as if Guatemtala bhas
taken the step to live osber West
erm natinesl the chance to Iolloa e
her esample, or to we what our
Congress woald do astat It, iit
Engalland abll attempt to fores
her to pay doable Interest I Is,
thought Mcieo will take the hseme
step anal Iprobtbely other eastials.
In That event the situation would
trcome very interesting, flaor IEgl
land wd wol hte comepelled tn urge
inseTleueonal lblmetalliacs, or to
force the ,1lver countries teo Ipa her
Iteletren ite ol.l.
It she became arell aroeatei of
hlatwetallltm the huole* matter
coulcl It eCiel) sestlled, for theI
silver ronntries wuslal ,as opserate
with Bngland anal the Uneed
States tol I a ratio bet ween gold
and lver at which bohath might he
Ireely coined, If England retaine.r
anal attempts to make war on the
silver eauntrres, it is very erallln
the Unitl States wouald take a
hascd. In that evet ussia ma ld
,s eeoterliine her ameecnt eetm is
.she I.st, that tisslanid would Iw
glad neanoegh to alro, the quarrel
with the silter ciaIestries
U.* can li*lh tisle theron Shlk. sks
leave heels ssaktsg waer.on tiersilver
ocwnleteics; et tsaka naiw lake the
tablesn will asen Irw turnedl -Cse. I
(IONI..1'4$ ail'[ l VFEE.
Tlhe Pdolice Jur si (CaOse.se0dia
parish are llle.r, mnsr I ne oet t) stit.1.
dolas Ihler erel ao sene.r'she cots
r ueaisena of|a ilte elh levers + esla.
the rear el th Isllilsl, esa the
TUmessa saed Black rlvers, aleo *aU'
out the anneasl laswsl Ireoe Ib.c
dilrlctaee. At sae meetnll hlhla oae
Macalnay tae, an oria'r wal l*l**F.l
rleetctlis li aie. Tbhoimas . Grn
the aie rlepresentativel tre tlhait
lpslsah. to ue hlas ijenllner ese haL'.
cIas; lee L*ilalat re tI pat w So act0
ac'lo ,, sO.,,g the Podic Jury to
essue ese iaolred thoassaid loalahles
ot nadsata lt Ih et Isei nso uemplahI
ies this great sial muc h netedel
work. Ma Oee.n will doutltkrs
iesallly with She request mad nfsd
tihe oOb*hleIees se thaIt Ci* LIIss
lature alli gss tile cseearv
ulhtr.a.atIlse aot. In Itls soull~e.
tione we will sItlte that we are
Jetlolgl to lear that the Poliee
Jury has madice uarrange*ent with
lse FPrst Nltlenal Bank oe LatehIeL
whereby all tIh prishe arnie wl.l
SImaild amllar for dealar, thuL lamnlg
sway with the oheavy daeueamut c
twetly Ave to blerty *cl leat that
the parkio paper hadl to beor for
several mouths Iast. This will be
I uesal se*ws to l .l; wio teansetI
Iliic*mcan witb (jolosrdaa sithurllrs. I
BOSBERl Y GOYVII iENT.
Predclems That i racmmt Las
By Asselsera Prom.
Lnsdoq, April &-The fate St the
par'erry govaermenlt is bel4g
warmly dleusaet d I ipolitical iretlse
here. Alter the defeat of the
government by a majority of aon
on a private ill, the majorlties on
other questions falling of eighteen
to Iafte vTatsr. car es m bch as
citement to the polttlies world, and
it is freely presdieted that the
igovernwest cannot last long.
Ta.. ercond reading of the Bast
..laslsiar water bill was aoppased by
Mr. 4h ,w.Lrfevrr. prraedent of the
ILwal Govv.enmest oarid. on behalf
ofi Ilw gloaverleliat buat the measure
was carried Its thes aora of the loe-*
eia r.eors opo,. the part of the
whbte by a vrote of 28 to $?7.
All thi Parellite esad mat eof
she. MC.Crthsbiles were bshtrsl fws
'rt. UOnsaaervatlve press aomest
joyflly speon the position of the
gloverment, while the Liberal
orgauns seeb as the Daily News.
awsl Westmiaster Gas -ite, want Lth
1l.aa.ral party to bo arefall.
The Daily News says: "If
greater viglae is sot observed a
arrines disaster will seer.
The We*stm ster OGasetto o.
market "The rmions leatre t the
lituateon was ties abses of ten
Yatlenualista and the Brdmondites
from the etHies."
The same paper also alledes to
the report that a aretiso of tiea
MeO hrthyites, binla enable to I
auttle their dilsene with the 1
leader of that party, have deter
nmia.el to lois thei Brvlondiltes anid
upart the Ig'vernmesnt, and adds:
-Tih Liheral party will ertalahl
psal erad its kneeo to beg lor their
sullpplr' and the result of such a
eoera. would lie to at bark bhose
rule tor ten y ars. Unfaortunately
.he smiaunler.tasveinigs within the
Irish party are prmlduelai a baed
Iaalirensios inois the e.nlary and
are rrreasal.s d.l.nagitsg lie s aal of
tilr Ltr.tlral. 'rsl.t (' be Irsh) have,
soea ost a asiaig masn to lead
Bellsop Pirsat, of the Protestant N
EivIaeoopal dioe.s ot Maryland, sid I
the' Law OChnrLhwe have opened
war on the very High Olasrehmet
a ho tave lntrtlemlcd eotsfeslionals
iuh MWaist (avr.lry OChurch which
bas one of the most feuhloaaloe
conlgreglalis aiI Balttlore. and
tIe Obehreh of St Mary the Virgl,
a coloreid miisson coniaseeld with
the Irst.tnamed choreah. The rite.
alirin oft helw chlaren has long
anse- d the' Lvw hreIhJI element.
1'h. prre.'at conltest which will
ikel3 Ia baroghi Itwfre the dlo
*-.aiaaeat CotaValla-isal wheIt it mr.et
in,' ush ,ii. Ias scmtlhins g ike that
alaclh t.oo ,liue, tawelwee* Blsbop,
Poller aaid 8s. lgaalttaala ~tlelah,
\a* Yik *'r). The. haalaeip therel
es*rlarel Ithat hl' Ur *of elieurser
anl "she' rhics-ats So the sara."
mril,' that is kpintl it at iall lime
in a p) or tabsrmaiele ot h altar,
are not autborasel by the esous or
the BoIk ot Prs)er.
I llU I THAT WILL 813u311
WasbagltoN, April 5-Bepre.
a eItatlies Ball, ot Mhmasdr, who
was delegated by dthe eomittee on
lP haling anId erreuel to write the
h IsorsamIe rlart oe the Cooper bill
I slle las gslenteasv, alel, cmieriug
i "I reard abe leasre as a mo at
l sigI.beseN oae. The rreaesbek was
lt rigitally thelw peoile's mssey, tist
t at late It b han. heise e last St the
rl sateal batks Tihy bharve kept it
e Irom elirelatios, an Its freela
* iroen lltaseto made It rmore del~ls.
laide to keep In Lthe bLeak valts
lhbs silver or gold, which are sub.
Jet to tamaties. The anitely of
tLhe hike to gIt bold of grneeslka
has bens imeo great that a IraSselatet
praefee haL grows up, There are
eSly 3000,05M0 of Igrenueks Is
slrelattou, yet ofela retlrn show
that hbake and ladividemls elate
exemptlon on thre billieos of
greeotaeka. The massur et ais.
duetig lthe hfid is simple. A
package of greeshaks is passed
from bhak to baed ahead
of the tax assueor, md at each
beak be exempts the sase pekago
of gretubeeks. The Cogper bill will
pat Ae end to thin eastls. "
"As aleting the earwey quest.
lea the bill Is Important. *t ples.
rlet elin moey is sal'et to tar.
atmu, and as silver is the ed54eu
greatensst drrwlatine, siver hears
lue great hebde ot assatles. This
we sare will rel eve sliver from m
of the many unjust diserlmlnatlsu
mael against IL. 'Paper meueY
will pay the asem tua as lyver, and
there will be so terther roeasu for
dea·oyg silver sees t., the banks
and general hireslatim lessmsu of
the preaset peraseur advgltags 1f
"fis bill will sedeubtedpl puss.
It has twise psed the Seute b.
ussaalmss vote, mud I.t Ms ea
of the DIkeratle Stae platsarms
A Bip COP OUTIGO
Dr. 80 MeDowell, who was here
yesterday, reports pIuting msre
Igeerully beek ard thus he has
known it ta many eers. Where
oaro wa planted sid up, a set
ery large ars It was as severlty
rc1w1etd by the frenee that rplanl
ing will be nmweramrs us a rue..
The crop may he good or lad, and
Ithere as plet st time to make
goad she be usid, but thes bs
rag is deridedly unfaveratle. iHe
rigaeeled the prospeet, puastussaly
a ertisnty, that ea sad amntse
nald be lasted so early at the
nuse time that the eslilvatles of
the one would suterfere with the
other, as as espeCeialy dieagree.
ab le fater at le rltnasism.
Planters .ruea ast Carrll pariah
rporlt that the Marsh fres killed
youee esea and even Irish peatares,
whiMk later are ,asall npmlped to
the gosud oely, evep by the
AreIhald PRwbea, a writer with
Iew If any seperlers li his speslal
keld, I. of lhe lltesk a that he war
in Irago bwhich s must believed
t' be impelding will net eser
entil 1810 Francs and Rusla bhave
a ultedl army of more tha 1,00,.
100 ma bun, t ausian is ac welt
upplied with sraers wepens.
Germsay, Astria asut ftaly bave a
foree of astout I.2I5.0S eOe, well
e,Iped. Whon Rhssia ka ussad
,s, sew weeps.m to her rmy, Mr.
Perws. v lh ee the ihsge kt ee.e4
aml aaft.ireeldi.htd oslil will hegis.
-I, the urge rnd.MeNIlly Atlas
ablob tie Tien, Dewmorat is ebr.
inl to its reuderl, oh Isu desbe.
Iee aps *r elevated to the vIe
e-netesr namMed ahue. Ps ahbut.
se amnt asersy et deHteattes,
und eies. lsdoz of cdhies ad
rewns mnd ther graphleal
Ifeturce, Ithee empo ro remaer.
The Dmsuraer of Mandise
parah, Ia., Ia seas moting as
asasi at TallulaL, pease, pe.
tiulty aausulym, m ssatiosa eO.
dordlml the erety ae Boe.
Ckarleo J. tlssar fer Ul',ed
ales mrsmrur to .ssued Judge
Wt*.. It Mr. seer de.
rech Sh United Lst$atee leae
Irnm Losulaane, he wiN et mlss IS
far, and his frimels ae Irebag
mre alnd mero ssldelt that hL
wool tnremphsely ruh tlo plal...
Ntehem Deamorat. ,
Adverati thI ThIM Ga.