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.Editor - - Lesnec.
Z., J E _`y
IV, A raele.
STftvmiinths in which to he
mew- tm. and solidified. This
-i :..p'lh:assure us two years of active
Seveb niEik`uR without any losses
SJao orverow or expenses for re
pptrs, "q, will cpable us to put
in .the lest con
ylhi hbt has ever been.
p Tsent timo th. Mis!issip
S4ibaove the Ohio and the Missou
rt are slightly higher than last
yearn, list nowhere else on the
river itself or on any of its tribu
,rii is this the case. Every
:E where water is lower as the fol
. Lous ,0-: 7-3
I i' 18- 34-7
p}ý 28-4 47-0
HiewsOrlegans 11-4 16(-3
Sitille- 11-9 20-4
oa 11-1. 4-7
1,alSon 7-1 14-2
8-3 1S- 18-4
" 10-2 18-4
ashvile 15-8 48-3
gtaa l7G 27-0
F 14-2 4-7
S : .. 17-2 10-2
-asroe 27-6 38-4
A gklnce at this table will satis
iy anyone that there is not the
slightest danger of a flood or even
serious 'high warter this year, alnd
this safety makes the agricultural
futare Jl the dalluvial districts
-zl more promising than it has
ba eon ir"ears.
e above is taken from a
number of our valued and able
coitemporary, the N. O. Times
Democrat, of some (ldate in the
month of February last. As is
well known and generally admit
ted, the Times-Democrat is the
leading newspaper of New Orleans
- `~ n eaof~ the South: its -..
department is gotten up "regard
less of expense," its corps of cor
respondents is full and complete,
Laadto that paper people through
o 'the valley are accustomed to
tarn with unlimited confidence
for reliable Information upon the
great variety of subjects that ef
foo the interests and well being
of the people who reside in the
valley of the Mississippi. And it
m a rare occurrence when the T
D Is found wanting so far as to
aplead its confiding readers.
So long as it confines itself to
tadts accomplished or, in other
nwrds, gives the news it rarely
mistakevor misleads but when it
unmdertakes to be an oracle itsome
times flies wide of the mark as
the above but plainly shows to
the grief of thousands of sufferers
deioghdart this part of the coun
" Is our able contemporary quite
certain that It is not arguing di
rsctl against the interests of the
e of the great valley when it
aipoees the outlet system?
This tgwn has been harrassed
for a month past with the expen
se, solicitudes and inconvenien
ica incident to an extremely high
dQuge of the river; yet there is
a man or woman in the
. " who does not know that
aeri lous situation would be
a fla&Lew hours, by the
a "s" of the prineipal
above us. Everybody
,An. that were Morganza to
m y the water here would
-sP t o ddt a half at least, in
t l ." Is any better ilius
~ rt to a
- • eahow othilet
sal Ceis Is
i dent9 ts ti ieurWe i
a rge ijot, t ere ian
immense number of Republicans
who do wallt hilt; and that there
are a right gtood number of erst
while Democrats who will not
weep in the event of that patriot's
S)being selected to succeed himself,
C is not to t gintatid. -
The reieasoeac is tt4I. these Cases
teprcsets simply it logical so
quence.. And the Rep)ublicanns
who" Witfh Htrrison's imnetlftate
I pa:rtIsans ire held together by the
Scohetive power of pubhlic pltlnder
are not more energetically and
enthusiastically- against the D)en
c neratie party tbau they% were
8 against Blaine. In fact there was
e no principal imvolved at all at
Minneacpolis. It was imply ay
st .cramble for office between the
I- liarrisonitcs on the one hand and
* the Bhinneites on the other--the
ins against the outs and vice ver
Ssa, •and thats the amount of it.
e And now about D)emocra:ts go
-in g for Hlarrison: Enough has
been demonstrated of the inainec
rity, the bad faith, the truculency
.of the average politician through
the showing of the Minneapolis
Convention, the political proceed
7 ngs in New Y'ork State andt the
Slate canvass in Louisiana, to di
vest thousands of muen devoted to
S Democratic principles, of all the
faith they may lhave possessed in
political managers generally, and
without knowing it themselves
2 they havo actually imbibed the
4 belief that one party's as good as
1 the other and that its better to
g get into the good graces of ,
party in power than it is to stand
on principle and risk the chances
Sof almost inevitable defeat. So I
2 many Democrats will vote for
IIarrison and though we may say
1 they are mighty poor Democrats
- as they undoubtedly are, yet there
is no getting around the fact that t
l they represent just so many votes
as their noses number.
The I)enocrats meet at Chicago
in a few days. Much, very mluch,
depends upon the wisdom and
1 temperance of their deliberations.
SThey have it in their power to
- elect the President, but whether
E the politicians will have the pa
triotismi to enable them to rise
- above the lust for office, remains
e to be seen.
A In our opinion no New York
.....a need apply with any reason
- able prospect of success.
- No healthy person need fear any da:
gerous consequences froml aiU attack of
SIa grippe if pirt1lrly trea:ted. It is amuch
tie same as a severe cold and requires
precisely the sacme treatment. IzacmainL
quietly at ho:ue and take ChaItberlainu'
Cough Rencedly as directed fur a: severe
cold and a prompt and complet'ýrecov
ery is sure to follow. This remedy also
counteractS any tendency of ls gailplp
to result in pieumonia. Anlong th11e
many thousands n ho have uIed it diur
ing the cpidemics of the past two years
ed in pneumonia. 50 cent bottles for
ale by L. P. Kilbourne & Co.
Regular MIeeting Building Loan
Bayou Sara, La, June 7, 1892.
Members present : W. W. Leake,
President; J F Irvine, W H Tenney,
M C Levy and T T Lawson by prox
Minutes of last meeting were read
and approved. Secretary's m.onthly
report, showing disburs.me:ts and
amount cash in treasury, was read
_ and accepted.
There being a vacancy np-n the
t board, J F Irvine Jr was elect ed by
acclamation. Jos Vacaro was elected
I on the appraisement committee.
- Lan Mann's applicatiocn for with
- drawal was recioved and ordered
Splaced on file.
The President cffred one share,
?$200, fcrr sale. C F Howell bonght
18 shares, twenty-six hundred dollars
at 19 per cent. net.
There beinu no fnrther business,
Ih meeting adjourned.
R. '. LEARE,
On June 13ththe N.N. & M.
V. Co. will commence runnlng
a Pullmna sleeping Oar from
Memphis to Ghcago via Fnilton
tb C. It. R. Tar oar will
,lea his ts 8)n. an. daily
and arrive't Chiago the next
nmorning at 7:2(0 a. m.
The L.N.O & T. train No. 2
makes connection tn the Union
Depot Memphis with the N. N &
M. NV. triji hbaling this ear.
) .. ra ese . *.e
SPodie Jwur metIetb regular
segoion. Pmsents R.E.. Bller,
. bae, , t . ~V , F. A. Por
bet, 8 L. LarngPe, L. L. Shults J
P rdol J. -, derick being
rt R tier was ,all
L1' if ug b~ is wereo p
B proved and ordered registered and
L C M1 Balrrow umi*'tenlnce piriu'rse~ 44 50:
J Freyhan & Co ................ 40
FF Converse corn electionl 3 w'd 2 00
E A Buidldck 7 ' 2 00
"W Folkes " 7 " 2 00
P J IDoerty : - ": 2. 0tº
s Ooe Buler " 1 "' 200
SJ:s Logu " "1 2 00
Walter Ecake " 1 "' 2 00
J M1 Barrow " 10 "" 2 00
e , h Stirling '" 4 "" 2 00
S1' lubgood " 7 " 2 00
r (Un Blrown ** I * 2 CO
.N 1 I:i rrow ' S ' 2 i0
.io '1' Noctk " S " 2 400
F'ilihnhg 31(rwln "' 2 (
S 1) iarllrow etrl "i ' S " " 00
W ilurtso elk " I 2 0
t '.1 I l'laries clnl S ward: 3 o3 3 75
.1 31 Burrow 1 :) " 7 Tl
Ed :ll inc * : " 2 " 2
It Stcewart "" 9 " 7 "" 7 30
1W' BirroIw j. p. " (; 5 0.)
C C Perry "" 8 i" 5 (in.
1 P Kiltoulnie & C'o., bill.... S 03
It 31 1.cake RL tlruing Otilkcr .:, 0.J
C E Decker clerk Police .lllury 0 (0)
l)r 'i:ylor inquest E.. Ilanlilton 1it 00
S p. O11101. 1) 0)
inques2It Geo. ul-cker 10 00)
" ' p1. 1or. 10 I'0
It I inquesi t W1n.tL::cker 10 !00
* " ). nlor. " 10 00(11)
VWallter Leake (.ui'or') . l iry 4 t(
N ilrareuux " 4 0U
SIDave Michel " -1 l
3'rank l'Powlvl .. 4 00
Cheston Folkcs . . - 4)0
C R Percy inquest Prince Slott 14) 00
1 N 11 i1:'row Coroner's .1rly 2 00
S S 1) Barrow . .' 2 04
J LeSassier " " 2 0))
.Ino T Nock ." " 2 (0
A I) Percy " " 2 80
C \I Barrow. over assensiinent 22 51
. . - rpairs c. h. fence 7 00
.. "coal ............. 12 00
i W Douglas clilea'g courlt hou;Ie 2 50
: Resolved, That the sull11 of tweli
) ty-five dollars he apprloprillted for
r raising the road from the rail roadl(
y to the Bayou Sara line.
SResolved, That W'. A. Porter
She appointed ilcominiuittee to pur
t chse timbller to halive Kiinbal creek
Resolved, That from and after
1 this date any person or' per
soils owningor having ill their pos
sessions live stock, such as lhorse~,
mules or cattle, and in the event
> of death of any of saidtl stock, it
r shall be prohibitory to law to halve
- said dead stock left, hauled or
cI placed in the publle road, or with
s in one mile of said public road, un
less buried so is not to be offen
% sire. Al in thlo vnt t f te death
- of said stock it shall be theduty of
the owner to have same removed
at once on the informat ion of any
citizen or officer, in default he or
they shall pay a tine of ten dollars
or ten Idays im)lprisonlncnt in the
parish jail, said fine or imprison
mlent to be lnlmpose) d by any justice
court in the parish.
RIesolved, That t he Pi'rish "Treas
urer Ie instruted to pay to the
Mayor of the town of Bayou Sara
the suit of $242 45, being net
amlount of taxes of 1891 collected
from said town. This amount is
paid upon the petitions of the citi
zens of IBayou Sara to be used in
building levees only.
Resolved, That five dollars be
lappropriated to Charity - , pau
per 6th wa:rd, same to be paid to
J. A. Shultz.
The followinr Road Overseers
VHenry Pate on Pickneyville and
B 1ayou Sara roa:d, from little Bay
on Sara creek to State line.
SF. Merwin from creek at Mrs.
Rylands to B]ayou Sara ford abolve.
j II. M. W\illiams from Btline's
pond to Freyhan's corner, \vice "W.
- W. Convelrse renlioved.
1 Edniond Bell from W'akefole d to
A. J. Noland from Mrs. Hour
L geois lower line to Ratcliffs' land
The committee appointed to ex
amine the Troasurer's and Sheriffs
book. submitted the following re
The undersigned cnmmittee ap
pointed to exam ine the Treasurer's
and Sheriffs' books, begleave to
make the following report: We
examined the T'reasurer's books
and found a voucher presented for
every payment madec. We also ex
amined the Sheriffs' books for the
Syear 1891 the taxes and licenses
were collected in accordance with
the assessments, and the amount
of $363 25, has been handed in
above the amount on the assess
S. D. BARROW,
C. E. DEGCKER,
There being no further business
the Jury adjourned.
R. E. BUTLER,
C. E. DcKUs, Pr.. pro tem.
oAlltoE ioT'I1HY OAZINE
r July as pt its con
ent*;lh t ollowiiig , alit .ury
I :nd the Orangemen; Catholi:s in
Conglres; Irish l leroes. )trfcen
d01 ersat Liberty in '76, fhttirIots wlho
0 won freedom from England; The
SBliattle of the lloyne and the Sciges
tof-Litrerick ; A l'rcsidehtia orloe
ieiast ; Characterlisticsof the Teach
ing of Leo XIII., together with
m) mlore.than one hundaed art ides on
) as manny different s~ubjects. The
1).tUazuLtNI is illut.trtetld witih a
o. good lportraiit of ithe suot esso: of a
the great .;irdunioi .":Ohning. (On
lv *11.01U fo" tla ,nth.-. AlI.res
a The Juln nuil )1er of lIl.!forl's
.Moit:hly, a "mWinzine devo.r.: to
litrature and politit's, is oin our tu
ho We. Its contents are, if possiblb,
nmore Ira nu e:r!ly int ertting.'.
Here is the li.t of eon.:
A T'rangcdia:'s lcon y, aº c,:- i
ple te novel, by (haS. ' ,!omt1d
a:une0s; Ta:',mh:IAy as the New
') \1arwik; Ciri ous \V ill.-: Mlod
e rn .'oi:l(' edv ill the t'litted :at::tes:
SStoci vs. Sir,; (rover Cleve
and, aI poem by Rufus J C hild
)1 ress; _ Plrotective Totrifi' as n
I . cntoie Facltor; The Vi:w,y :rds
i of (Cauliiornni: lMurder Vl'ill Out,
it st ory; L, tgfe l low,s ('illtie;
I One of My War Adventures, ly
)Col. Jlohn S. -Mosby: Lyri:u ani
II ranat ic.
The Editorial l)epart:ment : _n
ly One Thing to I)o, Ilow a: Nor
ination is to be Made, Relpuhli:an
o Love for the Negro, To the cn
tlemen of the N:ationt l l)emiocir:t
o is Convention Pa-sing Notes,
Sl3oo)k Reviews &c.
:i nuonm y Ro11bt. .. B1elford ub.
The Agent of 11h L. N.O&T.
i Railwry at. Bayou Sara will sell tick
eta at one a ind1 ono-third I i,. ,n ll. e
ceriiiicato plan. to the following poi
r Co r anti return
Furnitnuto 1'e:l .r (I teta;i) Nation-!
al Convention, Citcirnt!i. O, J. ly
13, to 1flh.
, Te1nn0iso State aM t1 r'.) n L nrt
t tal A,-seiatiin, Lo,.L ait c.unltain .
I July -Gi, to 30th.
Sta.e H rtiallttu'oral .)ctety, t oct
e ing at New UOrlar'ns., ili .1 :no 21<i.
STickets for I ruend tiip at one, anId
one-third fare-arced t.til June 24.
Louisiana Chantoli:t. Ri.ston,
- Li.. Julin 1, to Septlember 1hh.
S FoIl TIlE 1 I(1. OWINGO .FETINGIS RATE
of one lowest Jirt.t ,:iis for the rloun
trip. Purchasers must sign their
1 National Prokirbition Convention,
y Cincinnati, 0.. Juno 29:h and 30tii.
r Sell June 26(, 27 nd 28it h; trnl:sit liL
Sits tlwo dayl. 'uit:ch tickets to expire
For p-eriod of retnrn in each in
stance coiulit : lie cIIal azent.
e '. It. iRIO(llS,
Gen' Pas:-..;'gr Agent.
e Letter from New T'icxas.
Ncw Texas, La.. June 13th, 18112.
1 Editor SEi:xTixNL:-( )n 'Thurs
Sdiay, June 23, will Ibe griand time
alit New Texas Catholic Church.
SThe grandest cereimony ever seen
in thie parish of Poine Coupee.
e The onsetration of the Cathohle
Church, the blessing of the bell.
o and the blessing of nine beautiful
Statues. His Grace, the Most
Rev. Archbislhop .lanssens will
officiate. Several priests will at
e] tend, a solemn High ianns will bce
celebrated.' An excursion firom
Natchez on the Stella Wilds for
S2.50 round trip hlis been atrrang
edl, the Natchez hand and the
SArchbishop's foriier ctll)rate(i
chorl" of St. Mar''s Cathedrail (f
iNatchez will attcnd.
S That ohld war veteraln and phi
lanthropist, Prof. 1)ucrow, of
SNatclez, hllS offered to unroll his
i- canvass in which is painted a per
fect panorama of tlhe late evil
lwar., nil the plrincilai inattles
s fought during the four years of
the bloody struggle, will )le tirue
to life. The grand elenmonies
and beautiful scenery of that day
Sis olnething seldom seen in a li-fe
time; andl never liglin perhips ill
ethe Parish of PointeCoupee. In
s different is the heart that will
r allow this rare olportuniity to paisS
without enjoying, ut least for a
while, the beauty of life.
An appropriate lecture by his
(Gr'ace Most Rev. Archbishop
t Janssens, will be one of the dis
tinguishing features of the grand
-occasion. All the excursionists
from Natchez will have the dis
tinguished pleasure of enjoying a
sumptuous dinner with their fot
mer Iiislhop; and what a pleasure
to his Orsee to see eollected
around him once more hisbeloved
children of Natchez. Father La
forest will spend a w~eekin Natch
ez for the benefit of the occasion
among the dear old friends of his
- J. K. L.
tL~~kI n's ~rnio
I .ia" RU ti ,Saf rii t l . fe.&ei
I l( tett. "h a I n(aaat llbtins;
[cranoaLeyr cfilmZ ·I ;lI.
aia, t. id'n I i4aft ritiflihO(°psitivelf~Y"
e R"'e:f pile, ~ to par requlrct illi. It II, I
box. 1'or .ale I, L *P'. hKllbnaitiae & Co.
!Tlit' Superb Tro:Ling Stallion.
S(Itegirtered :t- 11:11; Wonder (;O7.)·~;
Siared Irv iv'wea!atinital Thoy No. 1.71.l0;
1 .t (1.an0 ~i(.:a '`,'t'ulir. 2211 1-4 by Toana
htion'1i r ',i. 147: 2:Il datia Dhoily Sa:yer
r In Wnc i:c I i'riii c . Wtc.. ct,".
JIi*It is 1: --tI I:iw1~. nark lirown. a 0 t
I+,rl hoe- :IIo iiisrp,.ee : ey
to e Ii -ufet all~ :il. u1th : i id
bi i...' tji.: a geat sN'l .o f " i -2
Ilu in t'1" (orn 1- Ib- Eh evl'E: His
a ll; .i l will ;r, 1rv
)I:1w"."' ~ ~ iii '''(ill- a:1 t : 1 o llotiii:, t: o a ; o ~ e ho l2-e
1:~ii* tii ". 1 11"t - h iet tl+~ 11
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-i:i: :i" 1 2 an-id !t:; ( ae.oi
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BI LYOU -.AIt., LA.
SFilti RT C.ANS CC9M I( '.ATI "S.
Ioard by t he di.n, week or mnonth.
IPorti'er ith Ins It mine l oll oats
:nol tir int. S;t:ile 'oio fo o r
ni hetl frece of ch:::rge.
First Clasz Livery S.ab1le
In ('onui;i:teion with tii'e hotel.
L. ilMARK S,
.\pr 16 '!:2 ly. Pr !:rletor.
Notihe is herely givve thliat hiniting,
oln the it -::h, ::d l.in\.vod plint:ntioni
in this pulri.-h is plrlhiiiteld. 1,'inlatori
will he plroeruted to the full exteni t of
IOBT'I'. II. 1IDl it l V.
The l/inldi belonginil to St. Fr':n
(cis ('hurbt h in PojIillt ('ou)e)'e :Id
being ::ll vtt in l l the rear of the
c eII''h i llit Ill('lesent Ii:oItionl, iand
willhin the lines of the niew levee.
T is land measiureI e is 2 :in',s front
by 7 lcIre in depth. Apply t1o
cv. . I. B. l. lt'fore.t.
New Texas, Ila.
All erson are' eniationed agaiinist
the reiiiov:il of e('arth fromn Ihe
C(itholie hill or fromn :iany portion
of tie (Iihur(.ch lproplerty. Anll in
fritogemelnt, will he lpunished to the
fullest cittent of the law galinst
tlespa. 1). 2g . At:ir.N
BARIIEII and H11. I)IRESSER,
FOOT O'' 'TIIhE HILL,
J. Fre an & Co.
---IA.YOU SAR\A, LA
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
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IirA Ilearse -tbject to Call at
aill Tiues.l Jant25 92 1v
Repairer of Watches, Clocks & Jewelry.
At his family residence in Mrs.
Kaufmann's Building, Sun street,
Feb20 ly. Bayou Sara, La.
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