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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, EditorA Pub Uher. Official organ of Hancock County Farm ers’ Alliance. An official organ of Hancock county Chan cery Court, Mississippi. BAY ST. LOUIS FARMERS’ALLIANCE, 1465, meets every first Saturday of each month at Bayou Philip schoolhouse. H. Luxich, president, Samuel vouDrozkow sky, secretary. CHURCH DIRECTORY- Our Lady ofthe Gulf Catholic church— First Maas every Sunday at 7 o’clock, a. in., sccondMass 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 ai s 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, pastorl 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, Hector. City Echoes, —Mrs. Haber spent a few days in the Crescent City this week. —Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Prentice attend ed the New Orleans Carnival. •> —Mr. Reid, of Vicksburg, Miss., spent a few days at the Bay this week. —This Valantlne season creates great amusement for the young folks. —Miss Corlnne deMomluzin is enjoy ing social life in the Crescent City. —Mr. Geo. H. Corabel spent several days in the Crescent City this week. —Mrs. Annie Avery returned on Wed nesday from a trip to busy Scranton. —Miss JennieSpotom, vlsi ei relatly s and frlepds in New Orleans this week. —Mr. E, It. Cbeyally was a New Or leans visitor to tlje Bay on Wednesday. Mr. J. W. Fairfax was on Sunday the guest of Captaiu Paul Conrad and son. —Judge W- G. Henderson returned ou Wednesday from a visit to the Crcsent City. —Mr. R, Rulsech returned on Wednes day from a stay in Louisiana’s Carnival city. —Correspondents will please try to have their communications reach here by Thursday morning. —Misses A. and M Croravich, of Pass Christian, came over ou Saturday to at tend the Eclipse ball —The weather of the past week has been of the most disagreeable form heavy fog and light rain. —Mr. L. A. deMontluzln is having some repairing made to his pretty resi dence on the front road. —His Grace Archbishop Jansens, of New Orleans, attended the College Jubi lee celebration on Sunday. —The phonograph man was in town this week and how many nlcklcs are minus iu the Bay is hard to say. —By the touch of the brush Mr. E. E. Saucier has improved the appearance of his property next to the City Market. —Handsboro was represented in Bay St. Louis on Sunday by Mr. Edgar Bouds. who was renewing a host of all acquaint ances . —Mr. Jos. O. MaufEray and Miss Ker gozein arrived here from Kiln on Satur day evening and attended the Eclipse B. B. ball. —Messrs- Charles Breath, Gaston Gar debled and Paul Combfcl were among the Main street boys who took in the New New Orleans Carnival. —Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hartwell, of New Orleans, spent Sunday at their attractive summer home, and attended the Jubilee celebration at the College. —Mayor and Mrs. J. T. McDcnald and family, of Pass Christian, after spending a few days with relatives in the Bay, re turned to their home this week, —Mrs. M. R. Fayard and Messrs. M. and R. Blalze returned this week from a visit to Killona, La., where they attend ed the Blalze-Threadway nuptials. —The New Orleans papers say that Ja cob Moye, (coolred) 70 years of age and of .Bay St. Bonis, while in New Orleans for the Carnival, was sand-bagged and Cobbed of sl2. While there were numerous Bay peo p'e to attend the New Orleans Carnival festivities this year, reliable authority says the number figured less than that of last year, Mr. A. G. Fieri has a lengthy and in cresting communication in to-day’s is sue of Tins Bear, in which he well de fines his position in the circumstauco re garding his action in the prosecution of young Thorn. —Wo regret to learn of an accident that bjfell Mr. J. Oatendorfi while in Donald sonviile. La., the other day. While rid ing In a baggy the horse became frighten ed, causing the accident in which he was painluliy bruised the head and lace, CITY ECHOES. f * _____ —Mr. Jno. Edwards loft on Monday to witness the New Orleans Carnival festi vities. —Mr. J. L. dePaoli visited Mobile this week and took in the Carnival of that city. —The smiling countenance of Mr. Jno. S. llamond was seen upon our streets on Sunday. , —Mr. Geo. Muller, of the Gulf Coast Market, spent Wednesday in New Orleans on business. —Hon. J. A. Mauffray, of Kiln, was mingling with his many friends of this city on Sunday. —Mr. Johnston, of Chicago, in com pany with Mr. R. B. Beil, paid this office a very pleasant visit on Monday. —Messrs, Ueo. Courteny, S. Sander and J. Terrall, of Pass Christian, attend ed the band ball on Saturday night. —Mrs. Annie Avery, the wide-awake sporting and general correspondent, spent a day at the Pass and a day at Biloxi last week. —Mrs. D. North, a New Orleans lady of musical and literary culture, spent Sunday at the Bay, Mrs. North owns a pretty St. Charles street property bnt will not occupy it this summer. —The revenue cutter, Seward, landed the King of the Mobile Carnival ashore, and we are told that Mr. Jos. Patterson a Bay boy, furnished music for his Ma-’ jesty’s entertainment while aboard. —An election for directors of the Gulf Cuast Ice and Manufacturing Company, to serve for the ensuing year, will be held at the office of the company this day, Saturday, between the hours of 7 and 8 o’clock. Mr. and Mrs. L. Jastiemskl numbered among the many New Orleans visitors here on Sunday. Mr. Jastremskl is editor o. the Louisiana lleview, and Mrs. Jas tremski is the clever writer under the name of “Olive Otis.” —The editor enjoyed the presence of Bro. Champlio, ofthj Handsboro Men tor, in the Bay on Monday eveniug. This kuight of the pencil does not re port a booming business but a comfortable liv ing. He does a cash business, See? --It is not every Bay St. Louisian that has a correct km wiedge of the vast im provements that are go in.; on in their delightful city. A'teurof of the Bay will give evidence of big material growth and shows that the place is not backward. —Bay St. Louis had its own Mardl Gias celebration. If not on the elaborate style then in an original and simple way. There were maskers in grotesque cos tumes here and there during the greater part of the day and all seemed to amuse themselves. —A large number of Northerners stop ped off here for a few days during the latter part of last week while en route to the New Oilcans Carnival. It is certain that the welcome visitors all left the Bay favorably impressed with its beauty and many advantages. —At the next monthly term of the Su pervisors it would be well for this body to make it punishable for any person or persons guilty of defacing or damaging the court house building. On entering by tne front way it will be uoticed that the gallery post to the right has already suffered from the bauds of some miscre ant. Stop it at once. —Last week The Echo offered a year’s subscription to the first person that could correctly define what is less than nothing, and, like an advertisement, this offer has attracted great attention. It has put the mental faculties of the wise and uuwise to much exertion, and while several as pirants for the prize have been heard from, the correct solution has not yet been reached. —On Sunday morniug the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. S. S.Giveans was christen ed at the church of Our Lady of the Gulf, and given the names of Charles Roger. Mr. Charles P. Taconi and Miss Nlcaise were sponsors. In the evening a number of invited guests assembled at the Gi veans’ residence and celebrated the eyent in a pleasant manner and tempting refresh ments and cakes served at frequent inter vals. —Owing to the inclement weather the ball given on Saturday night, at Firemen's hall, by the Eclipse Brass Band, was not a perfect success and its patronage not exceedingly great. The rain was inces sant and the few who braved the elements were amply repaid for their presence for ihe ball was an enjoyable one in every sense of the word and proved a social success. Some very graceful dancers were present and toilettes that were of the fine and fancy make. It is to be hoped the Eclipse boys will be favored with bet ter weather when their next benefit takes place. —Send us the news. If you can’t (lx it up as you desire, we will rig it up all over and put on anew roof and a coat of paint, if you will only giye -us the facts with the names of persons and places written plainly, and your name signed somewhere (it will not go in print; io we may know who sent it. Tull us who died, Is newly borii, got married, moved, sold out, sold his stock or got a b!a;k eye. Tell us who is building anew bouse, gone out into the country, or moved to town, killed a wolf or killed an eagle, send ns any and everything in the shape of news and do not forget to send the names of one or two new subscibers. Jubilee Celebration. The Golden Jubilee celebration of His Holiness Tope Leo XIII aud that of Bro. Athanasius, provincial of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart, on Sunday last by the i Catholics of Bay St. Louis, was in keep ing with the grandness that characterized the double event. At the church of Our Lady of the Gulf, at 10o’clock a. m., Pon tifical High Mass was celebrated by lit. Rev. Bishop Heslin, assisted by Very Rev. Father Leduc and Rey. Father Al phonse. After the first Gospel, Rev. D. McKinlry, S. J., delivered an able ad dress appropriate to the occasion at the close of which he was handed the follow ing self-explanatory correspondence: To Cardinal Ledochowskl, Rome: Papal benediction is asked for Brother Athanasius, of the brothers of the Sacred Heart, on bis Golden Jubilee, also for Brothers celebrating Jubilee of the Holy Father. Thomas, Bishop of Natchez. Answer:J To Thomas Heslin. Bishop of N .tchez: Petition granted. Lkdochowski. The Bishop exended the blessing. This Mass was well attended by all Catholics and members of other denomi nations. The College choir furnished ex cellent singing aud the music added great ly. The church was superbly decorated. In honor of the day and to help cele brate the event, the students of St. Stan islaus college entertained an immense audience of friends from this city, along the coast and Louisiana with a dramatic entertainment and appropriate exercises. The students executed a very interesting programme (published in these columns last week) that not only reflected ranch credit but gave strong evidence of the ex cellent training and learning powers of the faculty of the college. Bishop Heslin delivered a pleasing and well founded ad dress aud was frequently applauded. Reunion Meeting. The Parsonage ami Home Mission So ciety held its Annual Kcunion on Feb. 7Jh at the home of Mrs. Walden. The statis tics of the year’s work exhibited the zeal and industry with which the women have Worked; but the best expression of their labors is the little brown Parto lago on Second svrect in which the Pastor of the Methodist church is comfortably settled. The ladies take this opportunity to ex press sincere thanks to each friend who has helped in this enterprise. Without the assistance of these friends we could not have built the house. Thanks are also clue the creditors who have kindly and patiently waited for the settlement of their bills. But above nil, the women I hank the Lord who has thus “magnified the work of our hands” The presence ol our Pastor, and his words of commend ation and indorsement of the work wo ore doing, added much to the occasion. Iho hospitality of Mrs. Sadler and Mrs, Walden was expressed in their usual warm-hearted way. After the business of the hour was concluded, refreshments, both substantial and dainty, were served, and duly appreciated by the guests. It was, altogether, one of our happiest re unions. One of The Members. €ITY ECHOES. —Mrs. Walter D, Shilloy, of New Or leans, spent Sunday at the Hay. —Mrs. O. Fayard returned on Wednes day from a delightful visit in New Or leans, —Miss Madeline Garcloblod is spending a few days in Now Orleans, the guest of Mrs. Walter D. Shilloy. —Mrs. C. Whitney and daughter, Hat tie, after a few days visit in New Orleans, returned Wednesday night. —Mr. Dominic Gardebled, druggist from Lafayette, La., is Spending a few days at his mother’s residence. —Mr. Domingeau, a druggist ol yonug ville, La., was hero Sunday, au invited guest ot Mrs. C. Gardebled and family. —Mr. R. H. Washington, of Rosoialo Miss , spent Wednesday with his nephew/ Mr. I’. W. Pearson, tho accommodating depot agent of the L. & N. —Every printer who has seon our re cently-purchased job press say it has no equal on tho coast. We have the printing office and want everybody’s print ng. - -Charming Miss Maggie Rabbi, an accomplished young lady and a brilliant conversationalist, left on Monday morn ing to attend the Mobile Carnival. It wi 11 be good news to her many friends and ad mirers to learn that she will soon return. —Wo do our own job work at homo. This is the only job printing office in the county and work given ns is not sent to Now Orleans and a second profit with ex press charges added. Bring your work to Tiik Echo job office to save time and money and you will be patronizing homo industry. —We exceedinly regret to learn that Captain B. F. Jones, while attempting to enter a street car in Now Orleans, Inst Monday, met with a serious accident by slipping and falling, occasioning the breaking of one rib and painful injuries. We are glad to laarn that ho is on the fair way to recovery. —During tho week M s A. Gragnon, the hostess of So , Brook Cottage, enter tained tho following guests; Mrs. A. C. Clarke, Vicksburg, Miss, j Mr. and Mrs. R. A- Miller, Miss Bello McNamara, Now Orleans; Mr. and Mrs. Shaffer, Franklin, La.; Miss Katie Shaffer and Miss Lulu Gragnon, Pass Christian Institute, Messrs. Edgar Clarke, A. Clem Dardignac and Shaffer, St. Stanislaus college. For the Orphans. P, C. Hayden publishes in the Natchez papers a report of the collections this year in a number of the cities and towns of this State for the benefit of the Catho lic orphan asylum at Natchez. The larg est contribution was made by Natchez' §1605; Vicksburg follows with§l2lo; then comes Greenville, §322; Jackson, §164; Yazoo City. §142; Bay St. Louis, $79 and other towns with smaller amounts Bay St. Louis, iu comparison, shows’ a splen did contribution. King nml Queen Ball. The Pass Christian Beacon says: On Thursday evening lust a King aud Queen hall was given at the Mclntyre House iu this place which proved one of the most pleasant social events of the season. Among those who gracefully figured iu the dancing and creditably represented royalty, were Messrs. Sydney Saucier, Frank Huges, R. Mclntosh, Jr., Chas. Tacoui, and Leon Capdepon as Kings, with Misses Bello Tonry, N. Courtenay, M. Christovich, Annie Cronovich and Katie Farrell as Queens. Messrs. R, J, Kirk, Leon Ccpdepou and T. Whitney visited New- Orleans during the Carnival. F onud—the reason for the great popu larity- ol Hood’s Sarsaparilla—simply this: Hood's Cures. Bo sure to get Hood’s. —AVhy send to Now Orleans for your job printing when it can bo done equally well and cheap at homo? THE ECHO job office solicits your work. DR. L- H von GOHREN, (Formerly Clinical Assistant, University Strasshurg, Alsace-Lorraine.) Physician, Surgeon ACCOUCHEUR, Eye, Ear, Throat & Nose, BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. Office —Front Street, opposite Post- Office. Hours—lo A. M. to 12 M. Free consultation for indigent patients at residence on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 7 to 9 A. M. J 500 Dollars Will be Given For any ease ol rheumatism which can not be cured by Dr. Drummond’s Light ning Remedy. Thp proprietors do not hide this offer, but print it iu bohl typo on al their circulars, wrappers, printed matter and through the columns of newspapers everywhere. It will work wonders, one bottle will cure nearly every ease. If the druggist has not got it, he will order it, or it will be sent to any address by pre paid express on receipt of m ice, 5 dollars, Drummond Medicine Co.,' 48-50 Maiden Lane. Agents wanted. Gold Medal Contest, The Echo will present an elegant solid gold monogram medal, appropriate ly inscribed, to the prettiest aud most popular young lady iu Hancock comity or the handsome and most popular young gentleman in Hancock county, the decis ion to he made by vote. The gold medal will ho awarded to the young lady or gen tleman receiving the highest number of votes, and a silver medal will ho awarded to the young lady or gentleman receiving the next highest number of votes. Fill out the following coupon to your best judgment aud deposit iu the Sea Coast Echo Ballot Box at Gardebled’s drugstore cor. Main aud Touline streets, or send bv mail, addressed: Ballot Box, Sea Coast Echo, Bay St. Louis, Miss. i O TJ ip* Q’ijsf v ; . o : : FOR THE ■; : Sea Coast Echo Gold f/edali 11 consider "J Miss • '• the prettiest and most popular young . ’. lady in Hancock county, Miss. ° • 1 o -—. • ; I consider '. ; Mb : ; the handsome and most popular young : .gentleman in Hancock county,' Miss. • Tho votes will ho counted every Thurs day evening, (s:s o’clock, to public view ct Gardehled’s drugstore, corner Mam and Tonlmo etc,, and tho full resnltpublish id every Saturday. The voting will i-loso Thursday evening, April 27, 18113. Coupons put up in packages can bo pur chased from this office at the following rates: 1. sc; fi, 25e; 12, 50;;; 50, $1.50- 101)’ 12.50; 500, $12.00; itXX), S2O. ’ ’ THE VOTE UP TO DATE. Miss Florence Gardebled, fig Miss Corlnuo doMoutluzin, 27 Miss Ollio Caldwell, ' jfg Miss Jeaue Tolhiard, jg Miss Agnes Shannon, g Miss May Cameron, ’’’ g Miss Blanche Avery 3 Miss Vicky Breath, ] 7 Miss Ernestine Kouiugslow 7 Miss M. Jordy, 4 Miss Blanche Fayard, 3 Miss Pearl Cameron, 2 Miss M. Gardebled, ", 2 Mms Lydia Saucier, .* *’ * 1 Miss A. Gragnon, ’ 4 Mr. Gaston Gardebled, 5; Mr. Jus. B. Ulman, 34 Dr. W. E. Walker, " 2 1 G • Tclhlard Mr. John Edwards, 10 Mr. R. Blalzc, 5 Mr A. Mauler!, 5 Mr. Chas. P. Taconi, 4 Sir. M. Blaize, 4 Mr. Erving Whitney, 4 Mr. Win. Gallup, 3 Mr. Rene (leMontluzln, 3 Mr. Frank J. Ladner, 2 M-. Jos. Tabor, 2 Mr. Robt. Maynard, 1 Mr. R. Monties, 1 Mr. A. Keller, ; 1 lyO OTHER Sarsaparilla has ef fected such remarkable cures as HOOD’S Sarsaparilla, of Scrofula, Salt Rheum, and other blood diseases. 1 , —THE • - WELCOME BTOEE Has a complete Line of £ Shoes? Hats, Caps and Umbrellas IN CONNECTION WITH Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, lotions, G-entis O-oods ALSO A LINE OF House Furnishns: Goods. Everything iu this line will b : sold at and lower than now Orleans Prices. The patronage of all is respectfully solicited. Remember the PIONEER of Low Prices. GASTON A. LEVY, Cor. Main and Front Sts. THE EUREKA PHOTO GALLERY. Union Street. Artistic • Photographing, Satisfaction Guaranteed. drink 1. 0. Brewing Association, KEG AND BOTTLED BEFR. o Gulf oast Ice Go., Bay XiOTULis* Miss qOOOOO 0000000000 o l? very bod y a ' iCS THE ECHO because it is the cheapest and o lt oae tbe best Papers on the Mississippi Gulf coast. It o having the largest circulation in Bay St. Louis and clrcu o luting largely in the counties of Hancock, Harrison aud Jacksor o makes a splendid advertising medium. The ECHO’S o ° =Job Printing^— o o department is perfect iu every way, it being new and modern wo o can turnout work in the latest style aud at New Orleans prices, o Work through the county solicited. We have the only job print! o ing oilice in the county. Address Ciias. G. Moreau, ° Bay St. Louis, Miss, o A - established 1870. ~ m, gerties A. Cerdes & Bro,, Bit lakers & Dealers in Cotton Dock; Galvanized Iron and Brass Ship and Yacht Hardware and Fixtures, oil. Rul> ber und Leather Clothing Copper P..lu of all Brands, Nautical Instrunicuts and hook s, Shipßell Cloess, Oyster Tongues, Anchor el ains, Windlasses. Etc -306 and 307 Julia Street, New Orleans, JAC. BOKENFOHR AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN Apples, Lemons, Oranges, Bananas, Dried Fruit, Peanuts. Cocoa nils Onions, Cabbage, Garlic, Krout, Pickles, Pigs’ Feet, Vlnemir Butter 069 Cheese, Sausage, Beans, Peas, Eggs, Crackers, Cakes Caildv ’ Paper Bags, Paper, Etc. ’ No. 35 Poydrys St., . Represented by C. M. Bisbee. Orleans, la. FOR SUBSCRIBERS. Wc arc pleased to announce that wo made arrangements with tho publishers of the Prairie Fanner, of Chicago, Ills., whereby wo can offer that popular farm ers’ papa :-, in connection with oiir own. Tho regular price of our own is One Dol lar a yctu. The regular pries of tho Pr i rio Fiinnur is One Dollar a year. By re newing your subscription to The Echo and paying SI.OO cash both papers will bo sent to one address The Prairie Farmer is illustrated and published every week. There is Great Excitement- Among rheumatic sufferers over the new remedy that is being put up in New York city. It is claimed that there has never been a case where it failed to cure It is called Dr. Drummond's Lightning reme dy for rheumatism and is sold for $5 per bottle. Tho remedy is certainly making for itself a world-wide reputation as the country is full of rheumatism. The man ufacturers sell it on an absolute guaran tee. and offer to refund the money in any ease where it docs not work a perfect cure. Bc.li by express prepaid on receipt of price. Drummond Medicine Cos.. 48-50 Maiden Lane, New York. Agts. wanted Bc!er.tifio American dksioh PrtfSWTa, ‘ coprnsQMTs, oic. For Information and free Handbook mito to MUNN A CO., 8(31 B (10 AD WAY, NBSV VOUK, Oldest bureau for seeming patents in America. Every patent taken out by us la brought before tho public by a notlco given free of charge In Uio sdtuttfie J|weia Lamest circulation of any scientific paper la tba world. Splendidly Illustrated. No Intelligent man should bo without It. Weekly ssj.oo a year: l.boslx month*. Address MIINN Ik CO., PUBUSHBiiS, Util Broadway, New York City. KEACHIE Male and Female College, Ixoae3alo,l Ja . session opens Sept. C, 185)2. Elev en schools of instruction. Full faculty. borough work. Strict Disipline. For catalogue. Address - c - w - Tom Kilns, President. POR SALE! 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