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THE SEA COAST ECHO
CHAB. tt. MOAU, Editor & Pobi ' Entered In the post office at Bay St, Louis as second-class mail matter. Louisville & Nashville R. R. TIME TABLE: GOING SOUTH. No. 1, due 2:68, p. m., dally. I 3, “ 6:67, a. m., daily. I “ 6, “ 6:08, p. m., daily. 41 7, “ 6:68, a. m., daily, ex. Sun- QOING NORTH. No. 2, due 10:13, p.m., daily. “ 4, “ 9:40 a. m., daily. 44 6, “ 9:23 p. ra., dally. 44 8, “ 6-,60 p. m., daily, ex. Sun. CHAS. MARSHAL, Supt. W. B. PEARSON, Local Agt. Explanation of the Wa ther Flags. No. 1 alone, indicates fair weather, sta tionary temperature. No. 2 alone, indicates rain or snow, stationary temperature. No. 3 alone, indicates local rain, sta tionary temperature. No. 1, with No. 4 above it, indicates fair weather, wanner. No. 1, with No. 4 below it, indicates fair weather, colder. No. 2, with No. 4 above it, indicates warmer weather, with rain or snow. No. 2, with No. 4 below it, indicates colder weather, rain or snow- No. 3, with No. 4 above it, indicates warmer weather with local rains. No. 3, with No. 4 below, it,' indicates colder weather with local raius. No. 1, with No. 5 above it, indicates fair weather, cold wave. No. 2, with No. 5 above it, indicates wet weather, cold wave. Flan No. 1, white: flag No. 2, bine; flag No. 3, half top white with remaining bottom part blue; flag No. 4, black, flag No. 5, white with square black center. City Echoes. —To-morrow is Trinity Sunday. —Dr. Loeber is over for a few days in search of health. —Mrs. A. Gragnon went over to New Orleans on Wednesday. —Did you hear the talk about street e-irs for Bay St. Louis f —City Attorney G. W. Ellis went over to New Orleans this week. —Mr. W. Ames spent Sunday in Ocean Springs on a visit to relatives. —Mr. Chas. P. Leonhard, wife and love, ]y baby are over for the summer. —The Misses Higgins, of New Orleans, are the guests of the Misses Rohmer. —Mr. Jules Maze nit and family are at their spacious villa for the summer. —Mrs. Eugenie Tete returned on Wed nesday evening from a visit to Napoleon ville, La. —Mrs. Roliert Kemp and Miss. V. Brpns. ford, of Canton, Miss., are visiting Mr E. J. Bowers. Vo understand that there will boa swimming match to-morrow between our local amateurs. —Miss Gertie Cowand, we are please to note, has fully recovered from a severe spell of sickness. —Mrs. L. A. deMontlnzin returned on Wednesday morning from a delightftil stay in the Crescent City. —Mr. Bohan Taylor and his charming bride, are here from New Orleans, and are at the Crescent. —The Gulf Coast Ice & M’fg. Cos. have decided to sell ice from the factory by the hundred pounds as before. —Mr. Fred Tudury, well known at the Bay, was the guest of Walden B. Sadler from Saturday till Monday. —Mr. Jaeger has rented the cottage next to Elmwood and contemplates spend ing sometime in our lovely town. —Two very pretty cottages have been erected on the grounds of the Bay St. Louis hotel, and add greatiy to Union street. —The people of Waveland intend cele brating the Fourth of July this year in a way that will eclipse all former demon strations. —The county Board of Supervisors met in regular session this week. The chapters relative to Board of Supervisors of the new Code were read. —Mrs. Johnson and her fascinating daughter, Miss Mamie, of New Orleans, are among our many welcome summer re sidents this year. —With compliments of St. Rose’s School we have received a ticket to the annual exhibition of the school which takes place on June 16th. —Mr. Joseph Hinoks and family, o New Orleans, are here for the summer and are pleasantly domiciled in the Schiller cottage on Front street. —Mr. TANARUS, O’Brien, of New Orleans, has purchased a place from Mr. Whirtman, on Main street, and will make Bay St, Louis their future home. —Dr. Logan and family are over from New Orleans end are spending a few days here this week. They will return very shortly to remain for the summer. —On and after the 15th, instant, the Oulf Coast Market will be ready to sup ply the people of Bay St. Louis and Waveland with fresh red snapper ftsb, —Remember that The Echo job print ing office is the only ofjoe of its kind hi Bay St. Louis. We do job printing w every description at New Orleans prices, —Readers, you aee so indifferent about giving ns a note when yon have friends or relatives visiting you, and you often won der why we never mention the fact. The Echo is yours, people, and you should ex ercise your right. It’s an easy matter to £ive us a pointer. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. —Mr. Louis Krower was over from the Crescent City yesterday. —Mr. Britten North is enjoying life in Bay St. Louis during these pleasaut days. —Mrs. Cuueo, of New Orleans has rent ed Mr. Peter Hoe’s cottage on Main street. —Mr. A. Lesseps was a recent visitor to Pass Christian. —Judge loor is having bis new home enhanced by the touch of the painter’s brush. —The Capdeviclle family have arrived fur the summer, and are occupying their home on the beach. —Mr. “Bud” Mclntosh, of the Pass, was enjoying the beauties of our town on Thursday evening. —ICr. Andrew Gragaon of New Orleans, is spending a month at the Bay, the guest of Mr. Victor Laudrieu. —Mrs. Woolridge and children, of New Orleans, are over for the summer and are stopping on St. Charles street. —Mr. E. E. Craig and family will ar-, ive next Monday to spend the season at their summer home in Wavcland. —Mr. V. Vix and family, have taken a cottage on St. Charles srreet for the sum mer, and cause over from New Orleans to day. —Mrs. Geo. Adis and children left for t.h giers, La., on Wednesday evening after a few days visit Jo her mother, Mrs. C. Hoffmann. —Mesdamos Garvey and Jordy with their lovely and interesting family are pleasantly located in Mr. Leonhard’s cot tage, next to the Delcoral place. —Dr. Shupert and family, of New Or leans, arrived this morning and will num ber among the many pleasant people here to enjoy our salt air and gulf bathing, —Bishop Heslin arrived on Wednesday evening and was welcomed by the St. Stanislaus’ College Brass Band. The Bishop is the guest of Revs. Father Lednc and Father Alphonse. —Mrs. Emmett Ansley, is spending a few days with her father, to the delight of her many friends at the J Bay who re gret her departure to Ocean Springs in the near future. —Furniture for sale on or before June 13th, consisting of bed room and dining room furniture, cook stove, safe, refrige rator, writing desk etc., at Dr. Smith’s cottage, Waveland. —Mr. J. B. Fahey’s elegant new cottage on railroad avenue is quite an improve ment to our our progressive city. A few more such buildings in that locality would do any, amount of good. —Those pleasant people, Mr. Peter Cal lery and family, of New Orleans, arrived this week and will be glad to receive their many friends at their suinmer homo on the peaceful banks of the Jordan river. —Mr. and Mrs. Terrence O’Brien, of New Orleans, were among the innumera ble welcome pleasure seekers to our laud pfbeauty on Wednesday, and were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. L. Walters. rr-Mr. Horace Massie, of Pass Christian, was here this week, and is now connected with the typographical department of this paper. The great tinsh of job work made it necessary for another printer in this office. —The departure ofG. W. Ellis, Esq., for other parts, in the near future, is much regretted by his host of friends. May someone yet induce him to partake of our famous mullets so his return to the old Bay will be inevitable. —Mr. J. L. Pateuotte left this morning for Areola, La., where he has secured a position in the planting department of an extensive saw-mill plant. He is well known .along the coast and has many friends who join us in extending our lest wishes for success. —Every one should help the boys to or ganize the new brass band now contem plated, as it will add gredtly to our social and our business attractions. Next Sat urday they will give a grand garden par ty and variety concert at the elegant home of Mr E. I. Prentice. —The editor has received an elegantly lithographed card upon which is inscribed the following: “St. Stanislaos’ Commer cial college, Bay St. Lonis, Miss., Jnne 29, 1892, 10 o’clock a. m. Thirty-seventh annual commencement. Your presence is respectfully requested. Compliments of the Faculty.” —On Wednesday next the Independent Hope, Hook and Ladder Fire Company will torn out upon our streets in annual dress parade. Mayor A. A. Ulman, of Waveland will be grand marshal of the day. The day of celebration will wind up at night with a grand fancy dress and cal ico ball at the ball. —On Saturday evening last a number of the Bay young ladies gave a dance and “candy pulling” party complimentary to the young gentlemen who have kept the past few mouths lively with picnics and dancing parties. The scenes of the enjoy, able affair were at the spacious residence of Mr. and Mrs. Breath. The boys returu thanks to the young ladies, —A delightful sailing party was given by Mrs. Rita Boardman on Wednesday evening, weather, wind and moon being propitious a good time was bad. The fol lowing named ladies and gentlemen were present: Misses Mamie Weiss, Dolly Prentiss, Nini Grantor, Pearl and May Cameron, Lullu and Sadie Smith, Julia Henderson, the three Shansy sisters, Mrs. Boardman and Mrs. Archie Smith, Messrs, Henderson, Sadler, Ellis, Cooke and Ulman. TheNleholson Avenue Depot. Last week our Wavelaud correspondent made note of the fact that the depot at Nicholson avenue was in an unlit condi tion for the recaption of the L. & N.’s pa trons at that point. The N. O. Item says on the subject: It would be much more gracious on the part of the L. & N. R. R. company, as well as more acceptable to its patrons, were tbe depot station at Nicholson station ut once and willingly put in a state fit to ac commodate the ladies and gentlemen whom the exigencies of the weather ut times compel to occupy it. As heretofore stated in tlie Item, that is very far from being its present condition, while the number and character of the road’s patrons resi dent at Nicholson justify them in expect ing neat, cleanly and proper accommoda tions. Tired of delay and vain applica tions, the town authorities and citizens, we are informed, have made application to the Mississippi State Railroad commis sion for relief in this matter. It is pleas ant to know that blame for the long com plained state of affairs is not laid up on the local officials of the railroad, it. seeming to be understood how difficult it is to obtain from the general management of the company any appropriation for bet terments at this end of the line, that are not absolutely requisite, all its resources being for the present employed in devel opment operations on portions of the sys tem where there is active competition. Yet the Item is convinced that the im provement asked for “will pay.” —Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Louis Leonhard had the pleasure of their four sons com pany and their friend, Mr. Fred N. Med den. They also entertained the following ladies; .Misses B. E. Hunter, Louise Ver ges, Dora Hickey, May Veil, Josie Ward, Gwssie Brunner. In addition to the above the following named composed the party who enjoyed a delightful sail on board the Gerouimo and the double hull, A. A riman: Mrs. Rita Boardman, Mrs. Chas. P. Leonhard, Mrs. Carry Dunn, Mrs. Louis Leonhard, Mrs. T .ouis F. Leonhard, Mrs. Paulino Medder, Mr. Louis Leonhard Capt. Billy Boardman, Messrs. Louis F. Leonhard, Chas. P. Medden, Albert Loon hard, Ernest Leonhard, Frank Sadler, Walden Sadler, James Ulman. In the evening the joyous crowd was given a tal ty-ho ride along our magnificent hcach. Sunday was the celebration of Miss B. E. Hunter being with the firm of Messrs. Louis Leonhard & Son, of Now Orleans, twenty-four years. —Among Jthe recent additions to our progressive town wo note the advent of Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Sick, of New Orleans, and their lovely and amiable daughters, Misses Gertie'and May. It is to be lipped that the salubrious climate of our town will speedily improve Mr. Sick’s health, for whose benefit the family intends re maining here. They have purchased the old Alexander place and are now erecting wo new houses on the lot. —r-To-morrow an exceedingly large num ber of children, for the first time, will re ceive Hojy Communion at the church of Our Lady of the Gulf. Bishop Hesliu will administer the Holy Sacrament of Confirm ation to-morrow also to a number twice the first communion children. We beg all of our people to try thoirjutmost to attend church to-morrow and witness the beauti ful ceremonies. —On Saturday evening, the 18th, hist., there will be a grand entertainment at Firemen’s hall for the benefit of St. Jos eph’s Mutual Benevolent Society. The entertainment .will bo one of unusual in terest, and one can readily imagine the rare treat iu store for all who may attend when it is learned that Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Shields will have the entertain ment in charge Tickets 50cts, children 25cts. —Among the many “Sunday visitors” we note Capt. T. M. Sadler who spends a day or two every week at the lovely little home of his mother. Mr. Walden Sadler is over for the summer and in consequence the girls are having a lovely time. —Old newspapers for sale at this office at 15cts per hundred. —Have your job printing done at home- WANTED-To renta piano fortheSumA raer season. For further particulars apj I tly to Mrs. W. Adler, at “Waidmeer,” he old Dugazon place. VERD RAMON D,| , Carpenter BAY ST. LOUIS, - - - MISS Estimates made and Contracts taken' All work entrusted to my care will re ceireprompt and careful attention. tv , . . ... . “veVs, Md Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat ent business conducted for Moderate feci. Our Office is Opposite u. a. patent Office and we can occurs patent in lest time than thoie remote from Washington. Send model, drawing or photo., with descrip tion. We tdvlse, if patentable or not, free of charge. Our fee not due till patent ia secured, i A Pamphlet, “How to Obtain Patents,” with cost of same In the U. S. and foreign countries sent free. Address, C.A.SNOW&CO. Opp Pati nt Washington D. C Weather Report, There has been a decided chauge for he better in weather conditions since last report, although the low temperature then reported continued for several days. Rains have fallen everywhere varying in amount, but probably sufficient at all points. Nearly average amount of sun shine prevailed. At a number of points 'hiefly In the northern section, heavy winds, with excessive local showers, and overflowing of small streams, occurred about the first of June, candng consid erable injury to crops, and other damage. Sipe water has injured considerably the crops along the Mississippi river, and the damage of overflow in the delta region is still impending. Thexooi weather within the last two weeks has apparentlv done no permanent injurv to corn or oats. Early vegetables have been materially delayed. Cotto has been checked in growth and the plant rendered less vigorous, and less suscep tible to attacks of lice aucf rust. Special items from various counties: Coahoma, Excessive rain, low temper ature and deficient sunshine injurious to cotton and corn. Area affected by sipe water considerably extended. One tenth of west half of county badly damaged. Beuton, Excessive rains have retarded farm work. Crops need warmethand sun shine and cultivation. Lafayette; Considerable injury from rain and wind storm on Wednesday. Grenada; Cotton Crop good and in fair condition, corn small, stands bad. Some improvement In past seven days. Leflore, Crops in fair condition but injured by wind and rain June Ist. •Carroll recent conditions have benefltted corn, cotton and sweet potatoes. Crops well worked and clean. Holmes, Nice rain Tuesday. Crops clean and in good condition for growing Washington, Crops are ten days late. Too cool fer cotton. Corn and potatoes doing well except in low places, and where sipe .water has injured. Kains have not been general. Choctaw, during May lands were too dry, The late rains have given a good s son and dry weather is nowneeded. Noxubee, Sufficient rain which was most needed has fallen. Lauderdale, Cotton slightly injured by excessive rains, strawberries and plants y hail. Wayne, Weather favorable for cultiva tion. Mobile, Ala., Kains badly distributed and more needed. Scott, Conditions favorable to oat crop, which is fine. Corn not seriously af fected. Cotton retarded in growth and lousy. Hinds, Crop suffering from too much rain, and cool nights. Cotton about two weeks late. Warren, No serious injury reported as a result of cold spell. Jefferson, Much needed rain 'ebon June Ist. Corn looks well and recent warm weather has benefltted cotton. Hancock, Rain badly needed. Early planted corn blooming. Late planted corn badly eaten by worms. _. R- B. Fulton, Observer Weather Bureau Director. —Job printing done at this office. AToTPEIRCEr Contractor and Builder, t. Louis, - - Miss. contracts taken for large and smal obs. Estimates furnished. w. H. YEIMNII, Millinery and Shoes, Gents, Ladies and Misses SHOE Cor. Washington andiFront Streets. BAI ST, LOUIS, - , MISS# ON AND AFTER JUNE FIFTEENTH THE GULF COAST MARKET WILL BE READY TO SUPPLY CHOICE FRESH RED SNAPPER FISH. THIS WILL BE J A TREAT. I now o p e n THE WEEL.KNOWN WELCOME STORE. With a complete Line of Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Notions, Gents Pumisliing Goods, ALSO A LINE OF House Furnishing Goods. Everything in this line will be sold at and lower than New Orleans Prices. T atronage of all is respectfully solicited. Rinnin'nr tin PIONEER ofow Prleaa. p G VSTOM A. LE//, Cir. Mtin ail Fro P, S*;t. ATiBNTIonI attention C itizens, IF YOU WANT TO LITE OLD Eat the Malt made Yeast Bread Of T HE OPPOSITION BAKERY. drikth:^- N. 0. Brewing Association KEG AND BOTLLED BFER. o Gulf Coast Ice & Mannf’g Cos., Agents. St. Louis, Miss SPECIAL NOTICES- Registration Notice- UNDEKR THE LAWS OF THE STATE of Mississippi thet.undersigned clerk of the Circuit courtan ex-officio Registrar for Hancock county, will at the time and places hereinafter stated, proceed to make anew registration of all qualilied electors of said Hancock county who shall present themselves for registration, visit ing each precinct as follows, to-wlt; Pearllngton,Monday June 13 and Tuesday June 14, 1892, to 12 o’clock M. Logtown, Tuesday June 14, 1892, from 2 o clock p. in. to 4 p. in. Gainesville,...Wednesday, June IS, 1892. Nicholson, Thursday, June 9, 1892 Yaraacraw, Friday, June 10, 1892. Lacey, Saturday, June 11, 1892. Centre, Tuesday, June, 21, 1892. Parker, Wednesday, June 22, 1892. Moreau, Thursday, June 23, 1892, Kiln, Friday, June 24, 1892, I will be at the courthouse In Bay St. Louis (except on the days aforesaid) from April 25 to July 27, 1892, Sundays excluded, to register all qualilied electors that may present themselves for registra tion E. H. Hoffmann, Clerk and Registrar. Bay St. Louis, Miss., April 20, 1892. Geo. C. Douvillier, Expert Horseshoer, Carraige and Wagon Repa rer. Shop, Corner Hancock and Union streets , BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS STHAKTGEHS visiting MOBILE, and desiring First-class Lodpfe SHOULD STOP AT R. P. BLALACK’ Foot of Government Street, opposite Louisville & Nashville R. li. Depot. VKRYTHING HEW and FIRST- CLASS A the Bar will be found (he Choices Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Tolwcco, &e. OPEN ALL NIGHT. THE OLD RELIABLE Louisville AND Nashville railro D Limited Express Daily —IN— Pullman Vestibuled Cars —to — MONTGOMERY, BIRMINGHAM, NASH VILLE, LOUISVILLE, CINCINNATI, PHILADELPHIA, ATLANTA, * WASHINGTON. (Through without Change.) N. O. Ticket office, cor. St. Charles and Common streets. G. L. Travis, city ticket agent. Depot ticket office, foot of Canal street, A. E. Ladner, depot ticket agent. John Kileeny, Div, Pass. Agt. -C. P. Atmoke, G. P. A., Louis ville Ky. PROFESSIONAL. Dental Office W. E. WALKER, D. D. S., Main Office: Nest to Post Office, Bay St Louis, Miss. Office hours—From 8 a.m. to sp.m. Pass Christian, Monday and Friday. Office: Opposite Mexican Gulf Hotel. FORD & ELLIS. Attorneys ■ at-L a w and Solicitors in Chancerev. Office at the Courthouse. BAY ST. LOUIS , MISS. . i). B. SEAL Attorney-at-Law. Practices in ail Sea Coast counties. Office; Union near Hancock streets. BAY ST, LOUIS, MISS R. SEAL, Counsellor & Atty at Liw MISSISSIPPI CITY, MISS. Will practice in all Courts in Sea Coast, counties, including Federal Court also in Supreme court at Jackson, Miss DR. R. J. TURNER, Physician & Surgeon, OFFICE: NEXT TO P. 0., BAY ST. LCUIS, MISS. Office Hours— From 8 to 10 a, m. and 2to3p. m. Olllee hmirsat de Mou tlusdnsPharmacrv— From Itolp. m. MISS M. GRAGNON, PIANO TEACHER, K * 0 Lessons given at residence, Kellar’s ave uue near Hancock street, or at pupils’ residence. Bay St. Louis, - Miss t L F BECKER & CO., General Painters. AND DECORATOR. Paper hanging a specialty at reasonable rates. Wotk along the Coast solicited BAY ST. LOUIS. MISS Gulf Coast Market, Front Between Apothecary and Main Sts Bay S’ Louis • Min., OHOICF BEEF, VEIL, MK, Vegetables and Fruit. Meat to he had at all hours of the day Orders taken at custn mers’ resi dence every evening. Mar keting delivered free without charge. SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY.