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i UGH TUILIS, EDITOR, SAINT JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, MARCH 23,1891. • NEw SBmIE--- Vol. , N. 11.
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FOrt INt SPECTIOiN.
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from our patronn in Tensas parish, a continuance of
their liberal patronage.
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tar best attention, and we guarantee
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403 Main Street, Natches Miss.
SUX LLNA" co.,
Dealers In I
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Wedges. Hotes, hioe Files,
Nails, Wagon Material ad I
The lar:'est stock of to,,ls s;rd
general Harl' are' in tlis
vc tion, f,:r which we solicit
the colltinuled anall nuch ap
preciated orders of our nu
meronu 'l'Tensa frienfds.
SCHWARTZ & STEWART,
N,'.tohez, - - - _ _ s .i
-PiaU: UOF'itI MOUuii BilUt.UDI Wan e Ltam : La.twa n oN MosLtl I.
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Siteens' r lothes!
we are said some very prtsiag thiige ins the past about the
qualities of emr
Sr12, 615. and $18, Suits and Over Coats,
ea thia seasioi's array aloable dliruant them all. Exuerierwne bha
bregliakt ur nol de tkw l s we hau Yve sUtInI to good stee mC etoo. It is anI
** melter' to sar' from $3. ta 5~.pj a sit, ,r an Over Uobt assl not
elt i bthe Qnality, hat we are doiang It. We wantl 3o odr toalr 'nparlo
ome anld re lor yourselvs. If tllsa Ws'attr IS i s.inilg ?,nt a chao I e g.
oet Weights, tns to thene three grasles with tLbe tull canoal IIqsac ' itt
tstisfaction will be faand. CUonse with yor miuld set oil US any aashionale I
syle--Tbhy're all here.
.H. B. STEVENS, & CO., (LIIITED). I
122 & 124 Canal St. N)EW ORLEANS. La.
INSURANCE AGENCY OF
"FEJ"D MhLARIXS ,:
It. Ii. TIIITNEY, Agent.
19 GraVier jStreet, oew Orleans.
Sole Asat f'r New Orleas of the Pollowzag Prft,
Olass ire se Z ruse Oompasio.
London and Lancashire. Imperial Fire, Farragut I
Pensyllvania, J.'orwicl Unton, .iaarra
J.erscants,, of .N'.ark, Delaware,
.tKpihatku Life Insurasne Cornaux y, of .N'eWr %ork~
teupo t 4jestL tb atet skuse raid ern
r 7...l La.* Wv tie
rPi51msp~ .m:~ nnL. e
The laterient of J. P. r. Newell,
A large party of relatives and
friends of J. D. 8. Newell, Jr., the
Syoung man whose unfortunate death
sear St. Joseph, La.. was obronioled
Thursday. ease up on the steamer
St. Joseph yesterday morning
to pay tbelr last sad tributes to his
memory. Among those who sac
companied the remains to this town
were Capt. J. D. 8. Newell, the
father, Cecil and Carroll Newell,
brothers; Farrar Neiell, a cousin,
t and Mrs. M. E. Brisone. Misses
,I Mary Andrews, Mattli Lewis,
Gertrude ,nydrr, Loilie Moore, and
the Rev. T. W. Smith, Hon. Johbs
Mmrdosb, Drs. Andrrews and Mar
dock, Jdllge T. P. Clmr.on, B. H.
8s)der, Jr. Allbert Bondurant, Jr.,
B F. Young. B. H. Wbhitney and
The funeral party was met here
by a large numbewr of the relations
and triends of the deceased, bring
nlg With them esqusiitely appropi
ate Loral ofe.rtngs.
The ceremonies were taken in
abarge by the Masonic fraternity.
of which order, young Mr. Sewell
was an honored member. The pall.
bearers were Stacy Coo pton,
Udolpho Wolfe, B. F. Young. B B.
Snyder, Jr., B. H. Whitney. Allmeri
Bondunrait, GevrgeeSteen and W.
In the beautifel crmetery on
Vickaburg'a histmorie hills, In the
springtime of the year, as in the
springtime of his life. the body of
this much esteemed and beloved
young oman was tenslerly laiid away,
at eleven thirty o'e'ck in the worn.
jng. Tire tone tin-, ceremonies of
the Presb.terian church wre first
conuduote bytl, e Revr )r. Hill
house and then followed she
solemnly impressive riten of the
Gentle, loving hnsals strewed the
casket with flwers and all that is
mortail of J. D. S. Newell, Jr., was
hbose who necomupantld the re
Smalos here. spoke in moar touching
and eulogistic te ms of him whose
young life was so saddenly blotted
out. They ascribe to him virtues,
filial qualities, and such lovely and
lovable traits of bcharacter as ate
rarely found combituned i one
person, and perhaps no higher
tribute mould be paid to him than
to say that never in Its blbtor bhas
the little town of 8t. Joseph been
more profoundly shocked or deeply
grieved than at the accident which
deprived it of one whom the cam.
multy held to such afftretonate es.
teem. It is felt assured that the
profound sympathy or this city will
extend Itseli to the bereaved and
beart-broken family, and that from
every sympathetic heart will some
the hope that in some manner He
who bas cauled asva tie son and
e brother, will soften the blow a Ilcb
has prostrated the laving father,
mother and brother. of him who is
now at rest.-Vickslbrg COm.
o mercal.Herald, Marheb 16.
Alter a trial lastine four mnouths
and four days for comaplicity in the
e nsider of Dr. Umronin in Ohbleaio to
May, 18"9, of ableb he had oner
been convicted and sentenced to
the penitentiary for life, nd of
whibh sentenee he bhad rserved three
Syears, ex Detective Daniekl oeugh.
Is uas, on the 8 b, arqntted b)
the Jury, and for the Iras time in
early eve years walked out of
Sourt a free man
A L ilama Nirdorr Ca$.roi.
Polieame 8Stevenson and Wheel.
er arrested into the Americoa Bottom
last llght. a negro nnmed IFrank
OGllet, who killed Ben Bryant,
El colored, aSt IElk Rdge, Teneas
psoisL, La., last OChristmas. He
wth be Iept I eaustody until the
Tenses atherities are heard frm.
The rer.nt Ri.leihltran etns in Yes
York have been followed by a elaes
sweep Ib the town eleetions In New
Bampshire. Cities and towns
whleb for years have been Demo.
ratic streongholds were carried by
the Republicans. It seems that all t
over the country the Demoerats
have laid down, and are making no i
efort whatever to bold the ground e
they have won. The truth is the R
masterlyv nactivity of the Demo. P
cratie Senate bbs demoralised the t
Demoorsey, and so disgusted are ec
the rank and ale with the treeor- h
ooe corse of certain promleant t
Senators that they are apparently to
indillrent as to the fate of their 4
p.arty. Tbhe New York Herald told b
the truth when it said that If a
general a:,elton were to be bhld &
now the Demacratic party would be ao
swept from power by the greatest evl
tidal wave of indignation tbhis
country has ever witnessed il thirty at
jears. It is useless to say that the vs
IlfnaUeal delression is the can of is
the Democrttia reverses In the lt
recent eleesson. The trub is that as
the men to whom leadership has to
Amen entruated are runanig the sg
party in order to protect their ladl. so
uidual interests.-Statel. t
The Creole State, now bonored r
by the seletloq of its eminseat citi t'
-n, Edward Douglass White. to
ie supreme bench of the eumintry. a
sac more than held hib own ia the di
number of national characters
whom it has produlaced. Audubon to
whose birdpainting elicited plraise o
from Curler: Morphy, the cheoss
maser; Gorttchalk, our earliest
conip ser; Iichatrli'on, the lore.
most of Americl arcbitec.ts; Cable, M
the novelost of 'New Orleans life; a
BcRusregard, the Coosfederate gener
a1, were all natives of Louaisiana. e
Many of them were horn in New
Orllans, anre most of the names E
hbow traces of French deceat. i
.oulsiana law is not based nelw v
the common law of England, elt f1n
no the code of Napoleoa, a modiA m
cation of the old B~man system.
This tact, however, did not prevent m
Jadah P. BenLamin, the attorney to
general of the Confederacy. after a
lifelong practise Ie tpew Orleansa
from rasing to the hbighest emisena
at the bar of England. Thre is.
moreover, a certain advastage In
having one justice on the Supreme
Court familiar with the evil eode,
which obtains not only in Loaisiana,
but in many foreign soountles with
whleh complications may arise,
Governor Waite, ot Colorado,
who, a abort time ago, wanted to
wade in blood up to his herse's
bridle bease of the r'esl at the '
SteeU man silver et, has Mow as
eaeeleut opisortlnity to gratify bhe
appetite for gor. He has the
militia of the State of Colorado mad
several eompanme of the United
States troops massed aroaed the
City Ball in Denver for the avowed
purpose ao easting two meuhers of
the Poie Board bwho are objection
able to him. The ocers of th~
city government, tioe pollee force
aod the eitIase of Deuver Ide with
the members of the Polies BoHe,
and have fortlbd the City Hall
and are determlined to resist the
mliitary and Uthe Govero, but we a
-ventre the predicttos that no blood .
wlil be shedi, beeoe whor it essoem
to the poar of opeonalg the battleo
Gov. Wake, who isr eth·nug if ot a
hooi seank, will wesse. He is to
blame lor .the trouble, and thie faet
ia quite dcer tat theo dtiassuef O
Deuvir are ieppersiel the members I
of the Polee Beard fur the renson
rhat te Goveror aoi attemlptilg t~
'move them without smug.
Adverttls Ia the Tawmss 0 g
A TUB TO TIlE WHfAL.
rEa Belgs Wade to Pruvet al
, Vseioa t he lamd Ee.
SBoston, March 17.-A. Washbig. e
Itoo special to the Herald asys: I
SThe elort which proesmlet s
Dsmoerntle Senaters and repro. t
atntatives from the Sooeath and a
West h ve bees msingl to lndue U
Preident Cleveland either to aige a
the ieigiorage bill or to lot it be. t
come a law without his lgtmatro, I
has bsees.e gretly strengthened, I
they elaim, by smpport from 8erer .
tary Carlisle daring the past few
4msas that they are mush more t
lSpefel of eneess. t
They believe they have impressed
Secretar OCarlisle with the psehtel b
argument, and that be bas Impres a
ed it sloe P. eedent Cleveland a
more electively tha they were I'
abe to do. The e who hold this'
view armse that the tegnerage bill 1
is tar more important politcally
than mancianlly. Financially, they
say, it is comparatively saripor
tant, but if It becosen a law, they p
amy, it will stay the demand for tree .
eeolage in the South and West fr p
tie rest of this ad mlstratites,
iuer the mints will be kept busy b
by It all that tme. With such as ft
aot to poals to in the meit Coe 4
greumioea campaign, the Demo. s
crate will be able to eleot a majority a
of the neat Hoesn from the baSth p
and west, even at they do ke sumo a
districts in the Bast.
Thse men, of course, are disposed e
to be costemptuoos of the demands d
of the ast. and Itrist that eoIgrees a
and the admlnstration shall thin I
more of the elaHms of the aoth and Ia
West.. The rlgaorago ill, they it
san na doo bar In the last, tl
andaty, and yet it wukl be, o to
speak, tub to the wbale, amog the e
gople of the South and West who h
desire the free coinage of slver.
The Piesaltent's Iriede in the
Bat, like the eastern newspapers, b
have taken It for cranted that ti
President Cleveland would eertalmly b
veto the eitslorage bill, sad there.
lre be has beard vent little* arg.
went to favor ofat that euers., while t
the appals of the southern nsd a
western men lfave been growiang
more frequent Had more Isla.
The estest for the two Loelsi. a
*ma Senatorshlps is opening out. i
. bo Louisias Democrat, printed i
I Alssakndra, has this to say to &
two distigulabhed aspiranuto sd ii
tried ad tree Deossrate: wI
otrwtthtandinag the notoreus a
tact that a deternemld and eoseee
trated grebnure of admlnlstratie _
Ilessere will be ezursed al.e the
mueers, to Ideoor the ~Leglature
to ratify the snateroal appoelatmst, t
there are two distinguished uo8l.
the State, each of whoim have
rendered it able, seslesa, eelet
aneddisrerested sierve, Jiems
from the 8esqthrs ad Boeter l
fro the Norteerm porteoe of LoI I
mama, who. wrbile set atelagetlrg e
oeuc other, as they are seeklng
electios to dlerent terme, are sti
Ia the rsee fr te msesatorial suee.
erseego of obehoe and White,. with
the purobbealt. that sue or th
,ther, I not bteh ot them will be
eaorded leglsative reeogstloe.
apt.l MIIlli. of 1 . . Besleurs, I
cnd Asuatat U. . EBngier Deg. i1
I las, who sre Ilepeuting Ihe lo-ei
S bttweea Warretee aod the meout
Soft Bed river, mebed aestbl
ITbhrday saod neport that thet
I eend l the krlevee boitt b the
t goernamet is eelst rder sod
I reedy a eeive coy water thu
- v'lus y carr'de4 en. Aber s
btef stay Is Natehes the osty biet
. s th . aumer Gie k.N Wew
bSrikb sqhof 1 Dud Ns.*
The R3ston Herald is nt is ihe
eesS distorted by the reset ifr
peblies. vetoee tin doe towu.
elet.our, but% eoSdest tbt the
taril reform poley of the NDei.
ertalls party will be ladersed by the
people at the polls meat l3o upfi,
sad that the Demeerats will es.
timea to eostrl Uthe Ho. The
outlook uem the HBealdid s ad
poit l very e ssmragmg. but
owiag to the lnag delay Is pasne
tie tari hill whib hba he.. the
meas of proloeglesg the basimeos
depregeaie thre ae p greet marm
people who are enable to take the
saie rosy view of Dmeerstie pree.
pees.' It may be, bowever, that I
the Wileo bill beeomeos a w by
the let of May, the people el the
eoutry will bohves epporteulty p
ejoy tie wmedt oef tarot redueete
before the UsegCressoeal eteetos.
are held. and. In that event It Ip
almost erttal that the Dsmaosetlo
party will me a viatory 'ia Ins
TarW 1il ely 1s fs to
wsl Tnaseda1 .
Wasimgetoe, HMreb 17.-If tbe
prenent programme remoaes a-.
ehsiged the tarli bill will be rei
parted to the bemate ae Toeach
nest, sad debate will beglm om the
bill o Monday, April $ After t
fell e.m!tte adjeermed to day as
4 p. m, the Demeoratis memer
helk a eosemltatloe meeag them.
slnive, Seerary Oim ales
presst for the purpese demdlb
spease what eabges they weld tsem
emmead. They devoted the gSteet
or pert of tim die to ager. bt
did ot reach a elseliemo so to
w betber say ebatOg eheald h~
made. The qeesti, however, bee
b.e. reopeed, sad tarther eheeg
to .et slikely. Dse.rm atleae
this matter was pstpened ns.
Meday mwna g, wshe the Dem
erater members w41 dal.de de/4etrlt
htfore rep rtig to the f sei
mittee. The whri~y taz has met
been ehslged, r has the slaeme
ta or the emal or ire• or dety
but thore bave een several smalt
ehabs ug I ether sbedtlee. T
eboage made la daemnele e4arA
sad asarettee was made Ia W
piose to the earaest reqeest ef tw
ilgar makers msd breases It wal
ghiad that the bilH t the tesate
sab.-cemmlittee weald larleib msei
rerease thie would be ams eulry.
Acordiag to the report fsrmlshe
by the Tresuary Department
iaresu e the ar stax wen
have predased a neeu oese .
I sand that en dsunttem $,54J
EI. It is blelved that thise
will to part b the eppeatls •
the ileome tax at o aeange
agalast the bi bned m t e boIe
shot as uthe b wee bltk .m
reae witsheeot the sea.
epuleauea membes st the tlo
imtte Ihv had thu. way Ia buo
eases with tLhe adea strisiL
testarm of the til, iud se o thed
*, e sitdled wth thls prt f ;
Per ,em who like gs sl
ild empanlrsss the hli
sbeong tihe pewer ft usem
by the Nlyteukese willn
la eresael a u "it wei psli t0
,ather, eek worke uby thre he,
,obeweidl k UIN mem, 6i weet
leat sm tIme. As they ied me,
, work eatleeoelo ai tweatleil
Shearei serb -r arld
S ha'easwease biS hem l
a st sle