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THE SEA COAST ECHO.
THE PEOPLE’S PAPER. Entered In the post office at Bay St. Louis as second-class mall matter. CHAS.G. MOREAU. EdltorA Publaher. Official organ of Hancock County Farm ers’ Alliance. An official organ of Hancock county Chan eery Court, Mississippi. BAY ST. LOUIS FARMERS’ALLIANCE, 1465, meets every first Saturday of each month at Bayon Philip schoolhouse. H. Luxicb, president, Samuel vouDrozkow sky, secretary. CHURCH DIRECTORY- Our Lady of the Gulf Catholic church— First Mass every Sunday at 7 o’clock, a. m., secqpdMaee at 10 o’clock a. m. Ves pers every Sunday evening at 4 o’clock.* Very Rev. Father H. Leduc, pastor; Rev. Father Alphonse Leittel, assistant pastor. St. Clare’s Chapel, (Catholic.) —Mass every Sunday and holiday of obligations at 8 a. m. Main Street Methodist church—Preach ing every second and fourth Sundays in each mouth at 11 a. m. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wed nesday evening at 7 o’clock. Rev N. B. Harmon, pastor] Christ Episcopal church, Cedar Point. —Services every first and third Sunday of each month, at 11 a. m. Sunday school every Sunday at 10 a. m. Rev. Nelson Ayres, Rector. City Echoes, —Thursday was Candlemas day at the Catholic church. —Birds were plentiful daring the first part of the week. —Mr. J. Oatendorfi returned this week from a visit to Batonßouge, La. —Hon. D. B. Seal spent Wednesday in Mississippi City on legal business. —Mrs. Maggie Fate arrived on Sunday night in Bay St. LoulSi her future home. —lf hoop skirts are coming back the summer girl will have to abandon the use of hammocks. —The coming grand ball should be made a success by liberal patronage of the community. —We understand that Chas. Bush will soon open a tousorial shop at the bead of Main street. —lt pays to advertise and particularly more so by advertising in The Echo, having a big circulation. —The charming MlssXaura Fayard, of Flomaton, Ala., is here on a visit to her mother, Mrs. C. Fayard. —Justice of the Peace J. E. Saucier now has his office in the court bouse building, next to the city room. —The Echo acknowledges appreciated fayors by Mrs. C. Gardebled, Mrs. Trip ler and Mrs. Rita L. Boardman. —Mrs. C. K. deLappe and daughters spent Saturday and Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. L* A. deMontluzin and family. ,-tAs a sign of prosperity we note the purchase of three fine mules from [Ocean Springs, Miss., by Mr. FrankTaconl, Sr* —Our enterprising townsman, Mr. V. Landrleu, this week purchased the Rey nold property on Apothecary street, pay ing 9860, —Before purchasing new riggings and fixings for your boat call on Messrs. Genies Bros., 806 Julia street, New Or leans, La. —Miss C. Parker, of Pearllngton, was the guest of Mrs. L. Bangard this week, returning to her home on Wednesday morning. —New houses are constantly springing up. We noticed the other day a pretty home in coarse of construction on Wash ington street. —Mr. George Lhote, of New Orleans and who is wisely investing in Waveland real estate, was the guest of Mr. Paul Conrad, Sunday. • “-Mrs. Bleonore Ash and family, from Fiomaton, jAla., arrived Monday on a visit to her mother, Mrs. Casimere Fay ard, on Apothecary street. —What has become of the post office aspirants? If you want the office, candi dates, you better make it known. The time is not many moons off. —A big first-classs hotel in Bay St. Louis would not only pay handsomely but would wrought a wonderful change over this lovely sea coast city. —Give yonr dental work to Dr. W. B. Walker. His ability is peerless and his mastership of his profession is perfect- It is sate to trust him your work. —Rev. Father Alphonse returned on Saturday from a visit to Canton, Miss., where he is so much loved and known as the former pastor of that parish. —Photographer John Clark has moved his gallery from the head of Union street to bis residence. He has taken charge Of the Eureka Gallery at Pass Christian. —Mr. E. E. Austin and wife, from Lansing. Michigan, and Mr. and Mrs. Grady, of lowa, are enjoying the delights of onr lovely winter resort, the guests of Mrs. Whitney. —Th? canning factory seems to grow more busy every day. It is in constant full operation and judging from the sev eral big wagons that go forward and backwards from the factory to the rail road shipping goods and receiving cans, that the business is simply booming. The Ladles’ Minerya Mutual and Aid Association, of Baj St. Lon is. The above is the new name and stylo the ladies ot the place have given their mutual and aid association, and under this tittle it will be legally incorporated. The change is a wise one, the new tittle seeming more fittingly and very appro priate as it is known Minerva is the godcss of wisdom and strength, and wilj these noble ladies conquer and guide. A special meeting of this association was held on Thursday evening at the residence of Mrs. H, Moreau and Mrs. Geo. Muller. The object of the meeting was to adopt by-laws and rules. The Secretary read the by-laws and rules which wore unanimously adopted. The next regular meeting will be held at the residence of Mrs. C, Gardebled, Thurs day evening at 4 o’clock, February 16th, and members failing to attend will be subject to fine. After the next meeting the initiation foe will bo $1 instead of 50c. The association will be incorporated for 99 years. President, Mrs. C. Gardebled; vice- President, Mrs. H. Moreau; Treasurer, Mrs. A. Graguon; Secretary, Mrs. George Muller; members, viz: Miss Zoo Posey, Miss Melanie Graguon, Miss Fannie Mc- Curry, Mrs. Charles Capdepou, Miss Flo rence Gardebled, Mrs. Marie SLe-ges, Mrs. Annie Avery, Mrs. Emma Shaff, Miss . Eugenia Brement, Miss Horteuse Fayard, Mrs. Anna Norris, Mrs. Mario Regina Fayard, Mrs. Nina Ward, Mrs. A. Telhiard. Mrs. C. Caldwell, Mrs. E. Gar nier, Miss A. Canna, Mrs. Caroline Fleu ry, Mrs. A. Basford, Mrs. Alphonse,.Fay ard, Mrs. Simon Preveau, Mrs. A. Fayard, Jr., Mrs. Salinda M. Whitney, Mrs. R. C. Engman, Mrs. George Arbo, Miss J. E. Boudin, Mrs. F, Banderet, Mrs. A. J. Kuttner, The honorary members are Mrs. D. fi scal, Mrs. R. J. Turner, Mrs. L. Leon hard, Mrs. 8. Lisa. This worthy organization is well started and its future prospects of growth are ex ceedingly bright. The association well stands as a tribute to the ladies of Bay Bt. Louis. Lot all the ladies come forward and have their names inscribed upon the Minerva association’s roll. CITY ECHOES*. TT— —This is St. Valentine’s month. —Our young friend, Mr. F. Rohmer is on the sick list this week. We hope soon to see him out again. —We regret to learn that Mrs. Smith, of Main street, is very ill. It is to be hoped she will soon recover. —The Gold Medal voting box will here after be found at Gardeblcd’s drug store corner Main and Toulmo streets. —The customhouse and post office have been draped with the cloth of sorrow in honor and respect of the late Blaine. —Messrs. Martin Julian and Frank Bosworth, of Chicago, are at the fßay. Mr. Julian is Bob Fitzsimmons’ manager and Mr, Bosworth is Fitzs’ sparring partner. —The Board of Mayor and Aldermen’s department in the courthouse has been considerably improved and beautified. The honorable body meets to-day in regu lar session. —Dr. Shuppert, of New Orleans and a great admirer of pretty Bay St. Louis, came over Saturday noon to spend a few dsys here, the guest of Dr. L. H. von Oohren and family. —Bob Fitzsimmons, the big ring cham pion, arriyed, here from the North on Wednesday. He is occupying the Avon dale villa. Fitz has a host of admirers at the Bay and Is warmly welcomed, g —Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sick arrived Jiere on Monday morning at their summer home, Mrs. Sick returned to New Or leans on Thursday morning. Mr. Sick remained to enjoy the nice climate and weather. —The Echo never looks to sole inter ests of individuals. It speaks for the gen eral Interest of all. Fearless in all things, second to none and always public spirit ed it proposes to champion the rights of the people. —The Elipse Band will give a grand calico ball for their benefit on Saturday, February 11th, at Firemen’s Hall. Every detail, of the affair promises to be success ful. The editor acknowledges compli mentary ticket from Mr. Win. Gallup. —An official report of the World’s Fair gives a list of names of Mississippians who will have exhibits at tbe big fair. W. B. Stuart & Cos., of Ocean Springs, are the only representatives of the coast. Will Bay St. Louis be repre sente ? —Thb Echo desires to call the special attention ol its readers to the advertise ment of the Waveland Store. Everything in the line of flrst-class merchandise can be had, and the prices—well its ol no nse for ns to try and tell how ex tremely low they are for the reader will hardly believe it possible, but go see for yourself and he convinced, —Mr- and Mrs. Pierre G. Gragnon, the bridal couple from Monroe, La., arrived at the residence of the groom’s mother, Mrs. A. Gragnon, on Saturday evening. On Sunday a reception was held the en tire day in honor of the groom and bride who were the recipient of numerous vis itors. Mr. and Mrs. Gragnon received numerous costly and elegant presents ac companied by a shower of good wishes. They departed for New Orleans Monday morning. WAVELAND DEPARTMENT. Mr. Paul Conrad spent Sunday at his summer home. Mr. Jules Favre’s new house Is receiv ing a coat of paint. —Mr. George Pitard, of New Orleans, spent Sunday at his summer home. Mr. Joseph Bourgoig is at bayou La croix, erecting a dwelling building. Mr. McCarthy, a summer resident of Waveland, spent Friday here, hunting. Waveland young anticipate the delights of a dance Saturday night. Mr. llichard Attaway spent Monday and Tuesday on business in New Orleans - Fresh sour krout at Waveland Store. Mr, F. W. Young, of New Orleans, was among the many welcome visitors here Sunday. Miss Katie Enright, of New Orleans, was the guest of Mrs. Ernest Finhold on Sunday, Miss Josephine Ladner, a charming voung lady from bayou Lacroix, spent a week here at Mrs. Joseph Bourgoig. Mr. George Johnson, of Bay St. Louis, is preparing to open an oyster shop next Monday at the Campo shop on the beach. Waveland is having her shell road im proved '.o a .considerable extent. Good roads is a public blessing .to any com munity. Owing to an Increase of business the proprietors of the Waveland Store will soon enlarge their store to the extent of some 30 feet. Owners of hogs are obliged to keep an eye open. Some unknown party has evi dently taken a fancy to the fat stock and quietly kills or secrets them away. Waveland is experiencing the tramp nuicancc j ust now. Would it not be well for the Town Marshal to hayo them to worn: the roads like in other towns? The many friends and acquaintances of Mr. James Ulman, of the Uluiau store, were glad to see in last week’s paper the splendid run be is making in the medal contest. It makes Waveland proud to entertain so many visitors from Bay St. Louis on Sunday. The Robertson training quar, ters proves a great attraction. Trof. Robertson is as courteous and nice as be can be, and, this alone, aside from the sparring attraction, is a sufficient induce ment for the visitors to return. Echoes from Holy, Mr. Milton Bailey, who went to New Orleans, has just returned, Mr. J. W, Simmons, of Picayune, jis still boxing new crop of trees. The Government boat is at the headjof Fair Slue cleaning out Pearl river. Mr, Haryey Stewart, of Pearl River county, will move shortly in Peeridge. Mr. Green Seal, from Lake Charles, has been visiting his parents and relatives at Yamacraw. Mrs. S. Cooper, of Lake Charles, is in Yamacraw visiting her relatives and ,old acquaintances. Since the rains up here, Pearl river has bad about a six foot rise, and the log men are floating their logs to the mills. The steam grist mill of Mr. A. G. Stev_ enson, our highly esteemed county Supt. of Education, has been grinding a consld erable quantity of corn for the inhabitants of that part of the country. Two weddings took place at Picayune at Mr. Hiram Smith’s. The bridegrooms are Messrs, B. Purvis and B. Crofferd, Louisianians, and the brides Misses B. Spiers and L. Smith, Mississippians, Aletuea. Astrology For February. Raphael's everyday guide for February gives warnings as follows: 1. Buy, deal, speculate, hire servants, travel and pash thy business. 2. An uncertain day; be careful. 3. Avoid superiors and do not travel. 4. Ask no favors and do not buy. 5. Sunday—An unfortunate day. 6. Do not buy or speculate; a most un lucky day r 7. Doubtful; be careful. 8. Ask no favors; avoid superiors, and do not buy. P. Court, marry, andaskfavors inp. m. 10. Ask favors and deal with elderly persons. 11. Buy, deal, speculate, ask favors, seek employment, hire servants and push thy affairs. 12. Sunday—Visit thy friends. 18. An uncertain day; be careful. 14. An uncertain day; do not deal or quarrel. 15. Ask favors, and hire servants. 16. Travel,sign writings, and make con tracts, but avoid superiors. 17. Travel, deal with women, but do not marry. 18. An uncertain day; be careful. 19. Sunday—doubtiul; be careful, 20. Buy, speculate and push thy busi ness to the utmost before 3 p.m. 21. Do not quarrel or remove; be care ful in traveling; avoid females, 22. A doubtful day. 23. Avoid superiors, and keep very quiet this day. 24. Court, marry, buy, ask favors, spec ulate, and deal. 25. Buy, sock employment, and ask fav ors in the evening. 26. Sunday—Travel, and visit thy friend . 27. Soil; for else the day is evil. 28. A doubtful day; be careful.—-Pica yune. —Mrs. D. Buardman, of Pearllngtom is the guest of Mrs. Lamkiu. —Contractor A. D. Peirce went over to Now Orleans this week on business. Much to tho regret of her numerous Bay friends, Miss Lottie Cuneo returned to New Orleans on Wednesday evening. —The bright daughter of Hon. Louis Spotorno, little Miss Adel Spotorno, sang during the 8 o’clock Mass at the Catholic church on Thursday, Such a pretty voice inspired the hearers to un earthly hopes so sweet and perfect was the vocal, music. Miss Adel is descry ing of much credit. —We call tho special attention •of our readers to tho new business cardofMessro. Bloch Bros., of Mobile, Ala. This is the largest carriage repository South and does a big business along the Mississippi coast. It will be to yonr advantage to write to Messrs, Bloch Brothers before pur chasing goods. —Our public spirited and good natured friend of Chautauqua, Captaiu W. B. Keese, paid the editor a pleasant and ap preciated call on Wednesday morning, en route to New Orleans. The Captain has a lovely piece of land and a magnificent home at Chautauqua and experiments in the growing of grasses to a big extent. He has at present the finest oats in this part of the section. Our latch string is always out for the Captain. SACRIFICED! In order to close out win ter stock, I am now sacrific ing blankets and comforts below cost. G. A, LEVY, Welcome Store. BLOCH BROS., CARRIAGE REPOSITORY- Wholesale Manufactnrora of SADDLERY AND HARNESS. CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, AND WAGON 1 9S. SOLE AGENCY STUDEBAKER WAGONS. Nos. 6,8, Water Street, MOBILE, ALA. DON'T FAIL TO GIVE THE Waveland Store, A Call if you ,want to save 25cts ON A DOLLAR. THEY ARE SELLING GOODS AT ROCK BOTTOM TRICES. there motto is: Quick Sale and Small Profit. Give them a call and you will not regret your visit to the Waveland Store for they won’t he undersold. St. Joseph Street, Waveland, Miss. Gold Medal Contest, The Echo will present an e'ogant solid gold monogram modal, appropriate ly inscribed, to the prettiest and moat popular young lady in Hancock county or the handsome and most popular young gentleman in Hancock county, the decis ion to be made by vote. The gold medal will bo awarded to the young lady or gen tleman receiving the highest number of votes, and a silver medal will bo awarded to the young lady or gentleman receiving the next highest number, of votes. Fill out the following coupon to your best judgment and deposit in the Sea Coast Echo Ballot Box at Gardebled’s drugstore cor. Main and Toulme streets, or send by mail, addressed: Ballot Box, Sea Coast Echo, Bay St. Louis, Miss. bo xj ip- <3'iar o ; ; FOR THE ‘ :Sea Coast Echo Gold Medal: : I consider : : Miss : ; the prettiest and most popular young • ; lady in Hancock county, Miss. : o——- : : I consider ; ; MR : ; the handsome and most popular young; .gentleman in Hancock county. Miss.; • •••• t • . , • The votes will be counted every Thurs day evening, 6:J o’clock, to public view at Gardobled’s drugstore, corner Front and (Toulme sts., and the full result published every Saturday. The voting will close Thursday evening, April 27, 1893. Coupons put up in packages can bo pur chased from this office at the following rates: 1. sc; 6,25 c; 12, 50c; 50, $1.50; 100, $2.50; 500, $12.00; 1000, 20. THE VOTE UP TO DATE. Miss Coriune doMontluzin, 24 Miss Ollie Caldwell, 18 Miss Agnes Shannon, 9 Miss Vicky Breath, 6 Miss May Cameron, 5 Miss Ernestine Koningslow, 4 Miss Agnes Tidwell, 2 Miss Pearl Cameron, 2 Miss Florence Gardeblod 2 Miss Lydia Saucier, 1 Mr, Jas. B, Ulman,.'. 30 Dr. W. E. Walker, 15 Mr. Gaston Gardeblod, 7 Mr, John Edwards, 1.. 7 Mr. Gluts. P. Taooni, i.. 4 Mr. M. Blaize, 4 Mr. Erving Whitney, 3 Mr. Win. Gallup, 3 Mr. Frank J. Ladner, 2 Mr. Kobt. Maynard, 1 Miss A. Gragnon, . 1 Miss M.Gardeblod, 1 —THE - WELCOME STORE Has a complete Line of Shoes* Hats, Caps and Umbrellas IN CONNECTION WITH Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, lotions, Gonts Furnlslilns! Goods ALSO A LINE OF House Furnishna; Goods. Everything in this line will be sold at and lower than New Orleans Prices. Tho patronage of all is respectfully solicited. Remember the PIONEER of Low Prices. GASTON A. LEVY, Cor. Main and Front Sts. THE EUREKA PHOTO SALIEM. Head of Union Street. Artistic Photographing, Satisfaction Guaranteed. DRINK. M. 0. Brewing Association, KEG AND BOTTLED’BEFR. o Gulf oast Ice Go., Ray st. liouli3( Mies 0 000000000000000 o ¥7l very body ta l jes THE ECHO because it is the fllSeapest and o It one of the best papers on the Mississippi GnH coast. It 0 having the largest circulation in Bay St. Louis and cirou olating largely in the counties of Hancock, Harrison and Jacksoi o makes a splendid advertising medium. The ECHO’S “ ~Job Rrintins== o o department is perfect in every way, it being new and modern wo o can turnout work in the latest style and at New Orleans prices, o Work through the county solicited. We have the only job print o ing office in the county. Address Chas. G. Moreau, o .Bay St. Louis, Miss. a. gerdes. ESTABLISHED 1870. ‘ J. M. gerdes A. Gerdes & Bro., Sail lakers & Dealers in (Moo Dock, Galvanized Iron and Brass Ship and Yacht Hardware and Fixtures, oil, Rub ber and Leather Clothing, Copper P.du of all Brands, Nautical Instruments and hook s, Shipßell Clocks, Oyster Tongues, Anchor chains, Windlasses, Eic -308 and 307 Julia Street, New Orleans, JAC. BOKENFOHR* AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN Apples, Lemons, Oranges, Bananas, Dried Fruit, Peanuts, Cocoanuts, Potatoes Onions, Cabbage, Garlic, Krout, Pickles, Pigs’Feet, Vinegar, Butter, Cheese, Sausage, Beans, Peas, Eggs, Crackers, Cakes Candy, Paper Bags, Paper, Etc. No. 36 Poydrys St.,---;- New Orleans, La. Represented byC. M. Bisbee. FOR SUBSCRIBERS. We are pleased to announce that we made arrangements with the publishers of the Prairie Farmer, of Chicago, Ills., whereby we can offer that popular farm ers’ paper, in connection with our own. The regular price of our own is One Dol lar a year. The regular price of the Prai rie Farmur is One Dollar a year. By re newing your subscription to The Echo and paying $1.60 cash both papers will bo sent to one address The Prairie Farmer is illustrated and published every week. LIGHTNING 8 -:- HEALING SALVE. A SURE CURE FOR Sores, Boils and all Skin Diseases, Try it. For sale at Evans’ Pharmacy, Bay St. Louis D. B. SEAL, Attorney-at-Law. Practices in all Sea Coast counties. Oefick: Union near Hancock streets. BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS, The Loss of a Leg Or arm by amputation would not cause so much suffering os many people endure with rheumatism. One of the greatest discoveries of the century is a certain cure for this terrible disease, a speedy relief from horrible suffering, and a rapid cure. What a blessing! It is Dr. Drummond’s Lighting remedy, price $5, large bottle, and if the druggist has not got it, the re medy will be sent to any address on re ceipt of price, by Drummond Medicine Cos., 48-50 Maiden Lane, New York, Agents wanted. MO OTHER Sarsaparilla posses sea the Combination, Proportion and Process which makes HOOD’S Sarsaparilla Peculiar to I teelf. _ KEACHIE Male and Female College, K.eacliio, La. Next session opens Sept. 6, 1892. Elev en schools of instruction. Full faculty. Thorough work. Strict Disipline. For catalogue. Address Rev. C. W. Tomkiks, President. TCpOR SALE! An e/egant now Type -*■ writer for only Ten Dollars, original cost $15.00. Only one lesson necessary to master the machine. Address this office Louisville & Nashville R.TI AND ' Limi) :tlExpress Daily —IN — Pullman Vestibuled Cars! — to — MONTGOMERY, BIRMINGHAM, HASH VILLE, LOUISVILLE, CINCINNATI, PHILADELPHIA, ATLANTA, WASHINGTON. N. O. Ticket office, cor. St. Cl arles and Common streets. G. L, Ti&vis city ticket agent. Depot ticket office, foot of Canal street, A. E. Ladner, depot ticket agent. John Kilkeny, Div. Pass. Agt. C. P. Atmore, G. P. A., Louis vilie Ky. _____ TIME TABLE: GOING SOUTH. ■ No. 1, due 3:03, p. ra., daily. 3, “ C :02, a, m., daily. " 5, “ 5:17, p. m., daily. “ 7, “ 0:58, a. m., daily, or. Sun GOING NORTH. No. 2, duo 9:32, p. m., daily, “ 4, “ 12:88 a. in., dally. ' 6, “ 9:45 a. in., daily 8, “ 5-41 p. in., daily, ox. Sun CHAS. MARSHAL, SUPT. B. W- PEARSON, Local Agt.