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T ENSAS GAZETTE., FRIDAY,
&IOUH TIJLLIS, EDITOR, S3AINT JOSEPH, LA., FRIDAY, 6_. 1894 " EW Swusm-- VOl..2, ) 13.
Established I S03.
H1ENHY FIPA Al If,
Iy *0 8S, NOTIONS. BOOTS AMI Ds-,EN.
It will be toetop infere oft Buyers to write an for qI..tann.ab-ia, d l"'+ti,
Watches, - - Miss.
OUR BEAUTIFUL STOCK
New Fall and Winter Dry Goods is Ready
A easaal glanes is il sufficlent to show the superiorty
of our stoeak oever all others in Natchez. and we solicit
from our patres in Tansas parish, a continuance of i
their liberal patronage.
er Wsal Order Department receives
tab best attentioe, and we guarantee
atslerties In every particular.
sampleas Furni4hed I-ree.
CHAMBRRLATN & PATTERSON,
408 Main Street, Natches Miss.
K .t K. n&A . 0o..,
Fine and Medium Clothing, and
All the latest novelties as soon as they coicm aot.
Will not be under sold by any onte. Call and see us and
onavinced that we are leaders of
Fashion and Low Prices. Suits Made to Or;Er.
100.and 186N Commerce St. Natches, Miss.
PLOWS AND CULTIVATORS,
BlINDLY, BLOU 4T AND AVERY PLOW'. i
PLANET JUNIOR CULTIVXT )'t0, '
·AdNIEn, DOWLA WAND FARAUAlIAR COTTON I'LA4 'TE.hN
Harrows, 8weeps, Scrapers
and all improvrsdAgricultural d
Implements. Haines, Traces d
Cellars, Bridles, Back Bands,
Ourry Combs, Briar Hooks,
Wedges, lines, Hoi Files,
Wails, Wagon Material aid
The largest stock of to~,ts r nd
general Hardnare in this
section, for which we solicit
the continued aid a nd mucl ap
*preciated orders of our nu
morous Tenusa. friends.
SCHWARTZ & STEWART,
2Nato1-ez, - - -. - MBB_
WHO a I. A L .AE. r. "m.
eastn, ]wOOS, IAU., PsoYrions, h
NAGGING, TI8e. AND rAIVY GROBICRIEs. e
t'ICZSB UR O, .............- " -· I I S.S..
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Selvs' For Clothes!
We have eaid some very prieelg Ihiugs I tbhe pel about the
goalinee of ear
ist, 615 and I18, Su!ts and Over Coats,
Ret this aeon's arramy dable dismconts them ail. Biterne'ew bh
breoght kunowaee thnt wt havu e Isartu rIo eguat .e'aeta I. .U IO
e.av matter to asve from 3. to $5. ate a .UI#t, or as lIh.t q.. Cot mi ),. p
set eo the Quality, but we awe doing it. We wast )oe tol.,4 * mn;.4mp i!
asua .i me ter yeseulvee. If thei Wemtrnl Is pe.hibirmm . m , ,ehange
ef Weight, term to tbees three Erateie with we tful u.,,it. 'etcjcu mlit
ustluteete will be foeaed. (Iosc with wYear lii ( oil mii113 o In imasho ,sal.
gt-...The' all here.
,H. B. STEVEA. & CO., (LIITED1)
122 & 124 Canal St. NEW ORLEANS~ La.
INSURANCE AGINCY OF
'RD. TV A "R:," .8 .
1. H. WVHITNEY, Agent.
139 Gwsyer Street, Now Orlesus.
Le.es d (~ s hirw . ImPerial t re, Parrvs h .
.--, ". .Novrwick Un~os, .iagara a
.-.'- ori Detaware, a
Ist/b l~ap~t~uas CohmPany, oaf ew )'k, b
. MIPEAER CII4P DECULNEM.
Baty to Party rfe ipe1N E to ie
dise a Cberlhe Alabiile.
Washington, March 30.--`eaker i
Ortsp this evenlag notied Lteev.
Northern of bis deelination of the
apteintmeit of United States Sena-s
tor for the anexpired term of the t
late Senator Colquitt. In his tele. I
gram Speaker Crisp save a very l
large majority of the Democratic
members save nuited Is a request
that he continue as siateer for thel
remalutlie of the iusaon, anl d
although grateful to the governor, a
and although asearfnlling a cherlahed iI
amhition, a sease of 4tIy canpls.la
him to decllie the ai.lponltmeat. ii
THEi OUTLOOK FOR uroTTe.
The mot eocluur-t.mlmg f s-ure in
lconlte*llto witl, the cotton tlinds
uhieb it hisa Iteeen ;enaible to etlice
far solni time Fast is the eti.elersce
that has been fortheom.sn rerentl)
that American spinners, who have
so Ilag keist out of the market, are
at last pulchasngt. The sales' of
cotton Son uthern markets loinltj
the past week have been largel) to
Northern spinners, and there are c
lndiaotions that thbe domestic mann. It
factrers will be more active e.u .
petitors for the remnant of the crop tl
than they have bitherto been. a
There can be as denying the
feact that there as been a steady
Ilplovement In the dry go-ds a
trade loe so a e weeks past indicating i
that t leineas was reviving in many i
portisna of the tieuantrr That the le
spinners wliaeve in the pwrasanent at
character of this Improensent ia s
showtl Iby their more hit.rla lJpr cr
chases of cotton. O()ai to the T
dullness which uss itevailed. a
Am.lercan manlufacturers have co.e!
filed their tI ktings li raw entree t" a
the amatleht possible prolelorl iont
drawing as much as they cold t
apose their surples stotcks, As aet
realt, they are now on a hand-to.
ueoth basts, hence even a moderate
improvemeut in the demand for
goods forces them to come into the
market more freely.
As soon as the tariff question is
settied--I fact, as soon as the
probable course of Congress is -
deniltely known-there ia every .t
reases to eapect a revival of the m
demand for Amerieas cotton goeal. b
When that occurs, the spinners
will have to replenish their stocks
very freely. They have taken ttiis
year 768,000 bate less than last £
sessos. and although the crop is at
least 000,000 hales larger than that
of lost year, the exces hasb been all
exported, the American sta le
being aetally less bhan a ,ear ageo e
to the extent ot T187.41,0 Ianes.
With cottneo t its fire-ewlt low at
prces, there woulo a*elar to tSi
every prosmpe4nt ofIt ltles igeaea to ea
the near lIture, the more e-rcausll*. "
should eotteo ilaeters art £resllitttl
in the umaltter of the area Ihn) de. *
vee to hse are crop. SllcelJ Sircy r
:e eralia hte greatly Ucriase tlihe 'I
aereuep. thea the strenglth t tlbhe '
p9ne stadtltcali I;sinlen aid the ii
Iiaileee of Lhe ilrmemitnll Ameli- b
can deian4 woeald be lat, An
anceage no largelr thaI las year
wuoald be acc.,ted by tie cotton
trade as a stlimlalting h8leeeaCe,
and prices would he sure to in.le
T• o ttol growes waMld do re
vil to remether these feats and to
regulllase their plantilg prpratleus a
cosrdllly. Nothinlg aid proe wI
bll be gaietd hIt redoenl g erage; tl
but a attemptl to inreaseo the are.,
eye, to a limited extret, wald be T
sore to have bad reelti es pries. r
rte fhrns should devote their le
ssrlos #eauge to eors sad abe he
teed erop, with mte. to kheIIilg Is
a ldependent of setw d euppiles wi
as poeible. This p•lley wli mat y
etny embas the grie of ceteeu, a
beut til ass e aale ihe faremers to '4
reap pesber pmvef. fm thek i
Ne Mo. MHie!r Eny. .
--. It bad been well endrateeood for
some timee by ll who were direetly
intersted is the Iesaees of the
r eountry that the Prmsident would
v. veto th MIver eaglnorage bill, sad
be when the veto was formally as. J
. soeneeed yesterday it wae seseptede
e as matter of eneus. ad did mot
,l. prode0 a ripple is the moaest
y market 0
tie The Pre.ient'a veto messete is
"et eliedy taken up witb verbal ettl.
be elsa* of the seagniorage bil Be. b
ale de' not LIed I its eompoiteeosa that ti
or, aerrsey of esproless sad easet l
Id limitation of terms that would ex- E
is elue the posiaibllty dof smileestre.
ila its meaning. There is sareely
a law which emanatee from acsy
iegislative tmnds that is not opes to f
some suchb ebjertis, and lawmakers 4
soeld do well tloaedy the neceseesity
far veniral aeeirae) In the stating P
of legisslative propuosliiane. N
is But while the Preesidlet lsle
re eral celmmns of the mnepagpers
with lie critisse of the verbal ex.
owf preestion of the bill, the reel peo at
t of bhis message is like the eting of r
o the bee, in its tail. lHe fears the
re elect mpoe the natonul eredit of
i injecting 550 0,000 more of silverI
e colt, or of sliver certilestes, lte
op the petlie S:anees. There are new
ooin treasury notes, lamsed for the th
Sparchase of bher silver, which the
l Government Is bund to mailntas
Il at iar with gold. The srigaierage
'oie, tbis would amount to "1,1i86.."
i 681. It tbis mucl additional slver,
t" in dollars or sliver erillcates, were
at addeltd to the above obllgatlo o It Vo
Is might aoriouly aue.t the peblie tb
credit, if not swamp it altogeh0er. a
* The Pre.roslet dreads the use.al.
. aornsees that might f llow ech alb
SIco.inage; he interlpoes bij veto to
avert it. He is oppoese to runslng t
* asy turther risk with silver, unless
I the Goserament hosl.l hbe allowed
ato issue boads to borrow money
(gold) with which to maintain tbo
party of the seigalorage silver
r which already in the treasury
e mad which helps to basck up the gp
coin treasur aotes.
dMr. Cleveland is for good, solid, e
i atend gold mu.sy, or foe a ourresey t
that Ie as good as old. That mies
' merely the sort ofet msey that every as
Sbody ought to weat.-Pioayse. a.
Capt. J. Willard, Ualtel States ls
engleer, has resrived sa diaktehl go
antnuesceulg that on Thursday last ha
an old leveer, about te miles below be
Shtrevrplrt, was 't lay moime per. t
s,,n. nknown, with the osesnlble of
,i)j?*i oi lettlag the I atel r agat alll
SPrc,.t's or Raclbmiod Bayoru loe, th
a govermSimnt work. The natural tb
result of this usashthoreand aetnetso
enmued. The wate, rushing la
Sviollt lauIlvgare t Ie n*ew lever, s
brwoke threogi Ir and at at repeat llL
bad sauseul celsae sas bhueared th
wet wide Capt. Willard said the
wdter oweald low Into a lon. I
Su**amp in the vielmlty. He eusil
~give no deluate ides of otkher
, Iaeae litkell to em.S, hut the
mow levee eIst @14,0. He hoe
a requested the U 8. distrlet at
d torney to presed eIgeus the levee l
o utters and is seaouksent that they g
wIll pay deanr. for their lInterfer
eeiln with the ker. em
I, Preide t W. J. nGray, of tk l
STennas buds distract. whe lhe uLst TI
. retursed from the mew Ae w balyou h
Ir leveer, now hildil, rpmrse PId i
r headway desite bJd weathes, Me lm
Si almst essemedeqt that the leve Slh
a will eonepo a high water ,bt this U
Syr, yes has so fearuet of tuhe me U
. rt fa paLouesl bottle, an tar ashe I
1Presedent OGa) leves Iir has home a
at WlendIn 4 W.dsv. *
TIE 3LAN(IAS3 sUsm E iR.
7 Jag W. P. 0811 cuewges o
K Carrghu the u u.
d A lsadria, La., Mais S- .
I- Judge W. P. hall, awe hof .
4 eatle saudidau ter this dilM , is
A her sad will remal Is thIe setle a
Sfer 0se or twe days Is the latere t
f his eaaddm ey.
b Whn esees by he Pleyiimi
. errposNdest ae said that be had
Sbase pretty well all ever this ds
t tnt and was very well aussted "
4 with his support is r upestie.
SHe said that be was sill warmly P
.advostigl the free iesaage of
s lver nard ped thatt th pr
will not vteI the sigllrage bill b
SHetMake t t tthere oghs e La
s duty on sugar asa revees meeiu e
for th reasse that the mrseased
prime e saugar would nealy all g
se the gPoermess, whoeree the,
Incra ed pries an meastUl ed di
egods solely goes to so as
fters. A revesem kr the to
e vermeuet' support mset be
i raled some way mud a duty Is
sugar will I0.) more to the goverm.
meat in proportiol to what is est.e
the people thae a duty us almsst
sythiag else That the purpose
oa the Brpetdieas party im taklng Ia
the duty ao selgr wee et to give
"a Tree bLreakfast table," is was a
'latesd, but to step that smere of
revesae to the severelensus i
umable them to pile up a higher
tartf i saaeastuetred goode.
He said that be had mt with a
warm welesme fr his irleds a
ti delty, for which oe was gra i ed th
d that i be earrird tbls time the t
eight l 't of the twelve parishesa I
the distret as whoa be rIal agaei t t
Mr. Blanohard, sad be saw. as
reasm why be shoul st, be was th
emSideat at suueme. Is.
The AMiSuallsn epimet i" la ,'g
del t em f hn e latrt, "
HIoeolels, Marsh 3I, viea Sea .
FPraeleso, Marsh 31.-WisheL the
past week there s sweu a material
chasge is the potsiecl eaditlo of
the iloeads. Briey, it may be
suamed up by a)lse that the
sativrs ae sew elieng sat lre
amezeatles. Had the salvels bhe
loeft to their ows devless there aeWer
weold have bees say erses. op. el
peelies to the sameelsies of OW
Hawaii to the eitlod States Tihe
advoeeates ef realty have ras o of
the eoaselues that -all hep.w e mta
reeirattes are pined and that its a
is petiti lt r hem to oseqhase with M,
go gree. It Is e the qeer tl d
has ber. advised of the last that ho
bkr reetoratie is mIapmeil sand bd
that she will advee ise asasoe sal
of the elead to the Unsted itser
Is irder to recover som .erm of lI
bstyl. It 1will he lmuomosegd 43
thai mlder the treaty pieusuued hl 4.
tI e eommlieoees tO P]eidu0st
Narrinu.s litosnallkmli ws a. sa e
el $.0Mc .0 W)ser be e of her as
rseigestaes of all righto to the se
I throes, at
Shreoeprs. f~L. Mash S.- e so
attdato belo I threuseutmg. us
les oiht tie lee aroaed ende eM
Ithe seaporeL ef the geeseat p
o0 the Prats plastutlee, Moos sed
The breas, it a iscti, ewe sue
I Obe ~ a aysh bets. Theowl to
,I, Isw eug tben Wmee pi ·t ve
stesd ohe loeesuelt. She tees
us sthel).d4.'i weWneal
aswbatensse so I'm
f. L ---.a Leee Isi s
Waehingem, Marts 3S.-..M,
Blanehard iM eaking eWt t. In
dee the Misadhippl RIver Os. .
114001 t in mdeustnk. the weet k f
he Biem t.r met Nsh.ve Loke
P MrTdske, and elas thi daeisn of
She Peagl erevum . He ihiki
the prempeate gaod /ip, %he hu'm
at aseari, dq. Wkb no"ars
t 0' sliesr a .me',r ,at She ..:
wrioliW Ma kk~
1 5Me% des.m ained pmis bemW4
.Dail bm~~al e at hhe en.
Poll" at Mwh week we 'ae
""" sear 4 rr« r~p rr wii.
In the parse of w t .m
LOmepian. I a shift tS i
abeadammemi er etileat ON.s
work, whisk ehemid mmsiemmui.i
obi, l g i m.11h e.: ' tiesfata
gamin, *wmd OW*mml te see
dieseem,, .hil wevila "i ap
eeek to the levosee aise alma
to di satreme saveawe k
eooeerdla, sad of mst
area t· in·arssaeed I3
Ue(t iumig the Besgs.e Minr IS\
loIestJ eznedee ml the qbiiSe
lir .tsisosad ne...asmewe eme held his a~
what we have is bndlIstllhbe m
min~dles River t Eewgg Ielm.
hat we west am or gw yes. ae.
bes kats hea lindlerslt" ati *
atessr andC kw ptel at
Mr. Blaekeud ell all t4 b
ImelOadla lint « ~ateqn.,h iw
oupesled in is lodesi psl oft"
this sroame a the er utwr. pe
the Ik. mm whisk the aecegigi
Nt Oes m. will nGOPnp ke4ief
two imegmlmsat wst be tpa ki
.1 the *taNS. nq4ree d mI
the beer MiaisblpgI . tIm5 jis
last civets ad WHehM. bkil T
the meas Ceuigree. the gre"
Iwsln .lNl hear a wok ..'
gWirpflatl r< *ik n IN
is wispiest aid , rj /pe
deeger line hirer. the irre -
of Lu mwle aas ,ad Arktas
NYORCE It fl&NCL
Os.. Od rdw Pas Abest ;m s:
The .e~al ropers of tie t re
lms (rYI ON )soup tar till r~i ' .
emmig Juest, ba inemed.nms$ad.
Sipame paulleela as to the epsended
of th," new dive"i "t ?kI npe
Iwlo Romis IUPI r·se the l" MW
Tim.. tram that data 593 Drs,
1,&l "p;wEd ue ban
lodgeI. sad . tis, II M./a
be" sseossft lie..r
ebedam amppass. '4B a
In the emea r ats SpiWe, '
NI '·1 19. ?hi~~' esemhp .
ak ti d~vemem . mm emerh ~~ii~Te4 ·;
UNr mm·ingsei vms mCr~auinpW I
at& 10 W lrJ~ · apemlsmm( l· wmhdh
the wi· ln, r aad iii ge Nmee··
uisempeea cwg~i~Lem e~mgj
ml he etuem hr~'~·YY c~I~ diesm V
Iwdd h Se meslg
whelm She Wderr plrc·r~ ~ gmed
m~ I Ihed p~eiembm6 ,r
e wet, hise ~id ~
- sad demedi ae 1.r-f ;J"t~
mg pmtp Y 4m