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The People’s Paper. Entered in the post office at Bay St. Louis ns second-class mall matter. CHAS.G. MOREAU, EditorA Published BAY ST. LOUIS, JULY 29, 189?. BAY ST. LOUIS FARMERS’ALLIANCE 1466, meets every first. Saturday of cadi month at Bayou Philip sedioolliouso. H. Lijxich, president, Samuel vouDrozkow sky, secretary. CHURCH DIRECTORY- Our Lady of the Gulf Catholic church— First Mass every Sunday at 7 o’clock, a. m., secoudMass at 10 o’clock a. m. Ves pers every Sunday evening at 4 o’clock. Very Rev. Father H. Lednc, 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 month at 11 a. in. 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. in. Sunday school every Sunday at 10 a. in. Rev. Nelson Ayres. Rector. City Echoes, Miss Maggie Rabby has returned from Alabama. —Mr. Charles Blaumers was at the Bay Sunday. —Pretty Mias Lottie Ctmeo is visiting friends at Port Eads, La. —Miss Jesse M. Blask, of the Crescent City, is visiting Miss Martizez. —Mr. Bernard Brandt was over from New Orleans Sunday, visiting friends. —Mrs. F. Dodswonh, of New Orlems, Is visiting Mrs. ,T. L. Evans, on Union street. 4, —Miss Mary Walker, of New Orleans, Is spending awhile with Mrs. Breath and daughters. —Thunks to Judge Calvin deWolf, who is now in Chicago, for copies of papers from that city. —A bright little-newcomer made its ap pearance this week at the home of Mr. John B. Fahey. ' Prof. Dyrcnforth, the rainmaker, would certainly be of much Bay St. Louis just now. —T L. Elder, representing thoGnmc wald music house, of New Orleans, was at the Bay this week. —Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Nicholson, of the Picayune, registered the other day at Hotel Windsor, New York. —Tim Echo returns thanks to fair friends for contribution of local items. More will be appreciated. —Messrs. Ira Ford, W. G. Evans and XL W. Ellis are among the leading legal lights attending Chancery court. —Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Harllee, of Pal metto, Fla., are visiting Mr, and Mrs. D, B. Seal. Mrs. Harllee is a neice of Mr, Seal. —The Tola, B'lyiug Dutchman, Lottie and the Gertie were among the Bay boats to attend the match race at the Pass last Saturday. —Mrs. Shade, Mrs. Usher, Mr. Jos. X)ury, Mr, Bloch and Mr. Lagasse, of New Orleans, are newly-arrived guests at Mrs. Geo. Muller’s. —Miss Blanche Claycotnb, Miss Clara Belle Peppers and Master John Peppers, are among the guests of Mrs. M. L. Da ly’s, on Main street, —Mrs. Stanly Holmes went over to New Orleans this week to attend at the sick Jredstde of her mother, who, we are glad to say, is improving. —The furniture and furnishings of the ■old Southern News Company’s hotel at the depot were sold lust Monday. Mr. Geo - H. Combel conducted the sale. —Mrs. Zephrin, who has been spending awhile at the Bay with her daughter, Mrs. L. Baron, was called to New Orleans last Monday to the sick bedside of a relative. —Mrs. R. A. Peppers, wife of Captain Peppers, of the steamer Paul Tulane, ac companied by her son, Mr. Jerry C. Pep pers, came over last Sunday to remain with Bay friends awhile. —A match race will take place to-day on the bay between Ernest Milteuberger’s prgt'y sloop, Lottie, and Robert fere’s fast sloop. Much rivalry exists between these two fast sailing boats and the result will be watched with interest. —Mrs. Chas, Platz, who so ably enter tains a nice number of guests at “Bay Villa/' gave a euchre party Saturday evening. The villa was nicely decorated for the occasion, dainty refreshments served and the affair highly enjoyed. —The Wavovlcy Cottage was prettily decorated and brilliantly illuminated Saturday night and crowded with many charming ladles and galla it gentlemen. The occasion was a dancing party giving by the young ladles of the house in honor of the Wavcrlcy’s guests. Dancing in time with excellent music was a proiin nent feature of the evening. The refresh ments were tempting and heartily par taken of. Die affair will long be remem ocicd by all present as one of perfect en joyment. cm ECHOES. —Don’t forget to read our new adver tisements. —Mr. Paul Chanvet, supt. of the can ning factory, spent Sunday in New Or leans. —Wo were glad to seoJCouuty Superin tendent of Education Stevenson at ,tlio Hay this week. —Mr. Fabacher, of restaurant fame, after .spending awhile at the Bay, will leave naxt Monday with his family for Wisconsin. —Mr. Henry J. Combel, who is suc ceeding nicely m New Oilcans, was at the Bay Sunday on a visit to his parents and friends. —The Echo received an appreciated visit Thursday evening from Hon. Rod erick Seal, one of the brilliant legal lights of the coast. —Mr. Claud Younger, who is in New Orleans at the American drug store, spent a nice day at Covington, La., last Sun day with Mr. Huberwald. —Jane’s villa, kept by Mrs. Jane, of New Orleans, charmingly entertains a nice number of guests who are per fectly delighted with the Bay. —To keep up with|the times The Echo s now running a series of World’s Fair letters illustrated. They will be found both instructive and interesting. —Two Mormon Elders are trying to ply their vocation at Pass Christian, but are not meeting with success, our peo ple can expect from them an early visit. —Chancery court convened here Mon day with Chancellor W, T. Houston pre siding. The term is a short one and things are quiet around the courthouse, -As a result of the match race at Pass Christian last Saturday between the Ny auza and Lufki Hohmma, the latter won. The defeated boat was in the lead but met with an accident. —As the season advances the watei grows saltier and bathing belter. It is gratifying to note that wc have a largo number of visitors here to take advan tage and enjoy such a delightful situa tion. —Master Willie Robinson, raised and cared for by the good and charitable Rev. Father Alphonse, left the Bay last Sunday for Canada to study for the priesthood. Willie was well liked at the Bay and won many friends by his perfect gentlemanly manners. Wc wish him well. —The Poplarville High School, of Pop larville, Pearl River county, solicits pa tronage through our advertising columns. This institution of learning is splendidly located, offers numerous advantages over other schools of its kind and its in ducements great. Write to Prof. W. I. Thames, principal. —Miss Oetavia January and sister El lar, daughters of the well-known and jol ly Capt. Phil January, of Morgan City, La., are visiting their cousin, Miss Mabel Daly, and are entertained grandly by the young folks of theJßay with hay rides, Ashing and dancing parties. —We arc extremely sorrow to announce that Dr. W. F. Spence has withdrawn from his practice here and will shortly move his family to Pearl River county where great inducements haye been offer ed. The Pass loses a good citizen in Dr. Spence, but we are glad to know that he will better himself by the move. —Puss Christian Beacon, —Very Rev. Father II Leduc returned last Saturday from a fortnight’s visit to Chicago and the World’s Fair. Father Leduc looks much improved in health, and says he high’y enjoyed his trip and es pecially his stay’ in Chicago. He savs the Fair is truly grand and worthy of a visit, and that the hotel rates are very reasonable. While in Chieage Father Leduc was the guest of a friend. —A number of young gentlemen acted the gallant Tuesday night by renting Firemen’s hall and procuring the services of the string band and treating their fair friends to the delights of a private ball. The affair was highly enjoyable to all and interesting to those present whose dancing days are no more. The boys are already speaking of renewing their effort to furnish amusement unless some early ball takes place. —The twenty-fourth annual election of officers for the Independent Hope Hook and Ladder Fire Company, No. 1, was held at their hall last Monday night, re sulting as follows: President. Wm. Ruhr; Vice-president, R. 8. Knight; foreman, R. Attaway; Arst assistant foreman, J. J. Manieri; second Assistant foreman, Louis Fayard; treasurer, E. Murtagh; secreta ry/; Aag bearer, Charles Chadwick; ban ner fearer, F. Fayard; engineer, J. P. Foster. The officers elected are worthy and all well qualified for the trust reposed In their earc and the honors bestowed. —lt is with a feeling of deep and sin cere regret the writer learns of the de parture, to take place next Tuesday, of Mr. B. W. Pearson, the urbane and ac commodating depot agent for the L. & N. railroad company, and his estimable wife. Mr. Pearson will take charge of the Mississippi City depot and Agent Jno. A. Green, at that point, will sue- 1 c;ed him here. Mr and Mrs. Pearson ha.Alieeii at the depot for about three years, have given universal satisfaction a id won the esteem and confidence of all i who have met ihom. May good luck and , tbo best ol good things be always with j them. lion. Jas. A, Liman. Bay St. Louis mourns the death of one its kind, generous and most valued citi zens In the person of Hon. Jas. A. Ulman, ex-mayor of this city, The inevitable came at 9 o’clock p. m.. Wednesday, Ju ly 20th, at his homo on Front street. Mr. Ulman took almost suddenly ill some three weeks ago, but in spite of all the tender cares and nursing he succumbed to final sleep in' his 74th year, leaving three daughters and one son, other re latives and a host of friends to mourn bis loss. The deceased resided lu this city for over a half century and was closely iden tified with the city’s prosperity and held the office of; mayor several terms. As mayor he was regarded as without a peer and no one has held the reigns of the city better than he. Mr. Ulman was a mem ber (honorary) of the Independent Hope, Hook and Ladder Fire Cos. and for a number of years worshipful master of the Bay St. Lonis Lodge. Tne funeral proc eded from his late residence Thursday evening at 4 o’clock to the Main Street Methodist church, Rev. N. B, Harmon officiating. The funeral was attended by the members of the In dependent Hope Hook and Ladder Fire Cos. and by a large number of friends and acquaintances. The Echo extends sympathy to the be reaved relatives, —Miss Rose Tudury is visiting relatives nA the Bay. —During V. Rev. Father Leduc’s ab sence, Rev. Father Alphonse was ably assisted by Rev. Father Reilly, a Jesuit, —To cure nervousness your nerves must be fed by pure blood. Hood’s Sar sapai ilia makes pure blood. Take it now, —Misses Nelly Chahfour, Hattie Marks, L. Chalifour, Katjc Brown, M. Cramond, and Dr. Chandler are among the Now Orleans guests at Mrs. M. L. Daly. —The'beautiful Mrs. Frank J. Lobrano, after spending awhile with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Maynard, has returned to her homo at Port Eads, La. —As we go to press we regret to learn of an accident which occurred yesterday evening to Emile Hoifmafm, oldest son of Clerk of the Courts E. H. Hoffmann. From Information received at this office wo un derstand that one of his shoulders is se riously hurt by a fall from a tree. —The gold pin in contest, offered by the Ladies’ Minerva Association, was awarded last Monday evening to Miss Genia Gragnon. The following is the re port: Miss Gonia Gragnon, $10; Miss An nie Ramond. $9.10; Miss Amelia Lauraut, $2; total, s2l 10. —An enjoyable floundering party took place Tuesday night. Those who were f irtm.a'o to attend were M ss( S Cowand Bertha .Huey, Ida and Uellie Britten, Mrs. fi'afl't, Cora Wagner, Messrs. Allred and Charles Cowand, L. O. Kirk, Earl and Lon Prentice, Sydney’ L Cowand, Richard Heiderhoff, and others. Waveland’s New Mayor. Mr. Paul Conrad was elected mayor of Waveband last Saturday without opposi tion. Mr. Conrad succeeds the late May or Alfred A. Uhnan, and we feel confident J-u saying he will continue the good work inaugurated by Mr. Elman under such favorable way. In selecting Mr. Conrad to the mayorship of their pretty and pro gressive town the good people of Wave land have demonstrated their ability to apj reciato a good man when they sec one. Mayor Conrad is a live, progressive and influential man and will give univer sal satisfaction. Tun Echo extends con gratulations to “his honor. ■ o> - . In Mciuoriam. At tin last annual meeting of the Mis sissippi Press Association the following was unanimously adopted and ordered spread on the minutes and 'published in proceedings of the Association: Another of the charier members of our Association “sleeps the sleep that knows no waking.” Capt. B. F. Jones, whose genial face and kindly smilo was recog nized and appreciated as well in one part of the State as another, died in New Or leans, April 4, 1893, after a brief but moat painful illness. He was in many respects a most re markable man. Ho had an eventful and interesting history as editor and publisher having been associated witli some of the leading papers of Mississippi, and for a long while was regarded as the best news paper solicitor in the State, and one of its most successful journalists. Capt. Jones was a regular attendant at onr annual Press Conventions, and had filled most of the chairs of the Associa tion, including that ot President. He was an enthusiastic journalist, and better fitted for that proffession than any orher, though he excelled in everything ho un dertook. Capt. Jones was the most companion able of-men. He always had a kind word and gentle smile for every one. He would do more to serve a friend than ho would for himself. In fact, ho seemed to live for his friends, and was happiest when con tributing to the success or comfort of those he esteemed. The friend of all, he will be missed and mom-nod by all. Judson Institute, Marion Ala. Read the announcement of the Stith ses sion in our advertising columns. The course of study embraces a wide range of subjects. The standards of instruction are exceptionally good, while the train ing and the home life are wisely ordered. The Judsou has been an important factor in our Southern civilization f>r over a halt century. There Is eminent authori ty for saying that this famous school has never done bettor work than it is doing ! now. ly O OTHER Sarsaparilla can pro* . duce from actual cures such won derful statements of relief to human I suffering as HOOD’S Sarsaparilla' FROM THE PASS. Mr. A. Luria arrived Monday with his family. Mr. Charles Pattison was a visitor fron New Orleans this week. Charles Bisbee left on Wednesday for Baton Rouge Junction. Mr. .1, 11. Burton, of New Orleans, was a visitor here on Monday, Invitations are out for a dance at Lynne Castle on Saturday night. Dr. W. E. Walker, sister and aunt were visitors from the Bay Sunday. Miss Mattie Brane, of New Orleans, is the guest of Mrs. John Henderson. A delightful tally-ho ride was given last Friday night byMrs. C. M. Rhodes. Miss Bertha Newman, of Port Gihon is spending awhile with Mrs. Diukelspiel Mr. and Mrs. E. Glonny are over for a few days, stopping with the Misses Mon roe. Miss Del’lsle came over from the Cres cent City Monday and spent the day with friends. A pleasant progressive euchre party of four tables was given at Mrs, Calder’s'last Thursday night. Mr. Ben Thornton, of Baton Rouge Junction, is spending a short while here with his family. Miss Minnie Gauso, of Handsboro, spent a part of the week here with her sister, Mrs. L. J. Leger. Mr. F. S. Hewes, Jr., came over on Friday to spend a few days with his aunt, Mrs. Elliott Henderson. The young folks of our little town as sembled at the Institute last Saturday to o ijoy themselves in a peanut party. Attorney General Cunningham, of Louisiana, is spending the summer here, having rented a cottage at the East End. Miss Idie and Lillie Hewes, of New Or leans, and Mr. Newton Howes of Slidell, La., spent Sunday with their aunt, Mrs. Elliott Henderson. Mr. S. H Gray, from Anniston, Ala., .who has rented a part of Mr. P. J. Ma loney’s residence, has just purchased the yacht “Foam” from Mr. K. L. Thornton. Elder S. S. Beaver, of McAllisterville, Jnuiatta county, Pa ,says his wife is sub ject to cramp in the stomach Last sum mer she tried Chamberlain’s Colic, Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy for it, and was much pleased with the speedy relief it af forded. She has since used it whenever nece'sslary and found that it never falls. For sale by Tims. L. Evans, v cor. Front and Union streets. iudson institute:,' 0 for girls and young lxdies. MARION, A L/V, Stands on high ground in a plot of five acres. Its lawn, affording ample space for exercises, is adorned with graceful walks, native and foreign shade trees and beautiful hedges. The school em ploys eight teachers in the literary de partment four in music, one in art, and three officers in the homo department. Send for the catalogue, it gives clear state ments on many points of interest to pa rents and students. The next session will open Sopt. 28. S. W. AVERETT, President. MILLKKSBURG Female College. Parents sending their daughters abroad to school want to know that they are in safe hands and surrounded with good in fluences; where health manners, mind and morals are all regarded and cultivated with scrupulous care. You may have all these in the above institution, an old, high grade college, with sixteen teach ers. A full, literary, scientific, music, art and business course may bo bad at reasonable rates in the most beautiful and healthful region in America. For catalogues, &c., write Rev. G. Pope, Millersburg, Ky. POPLARVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, POPLARVILLE, Pearl River County, MISSISSIPPI. W. I. Thames, Principal. Second session opens Monday, Septum ber 4, 1813, and coni in jos nine months. - Our Curriculum includes all the studies pursued in the best graded high schools in our State; also Bookkeeping, Latin,Music, Art and Elocution. Expenses.—Board $7.00 to SB.OO per month. Tuition, from $1.50 to $3.50 per month. Art $3.00. Elocution f 1.00. Wash ing 75 cents to SI.OO. Onr people have erected and equipped a magnificent building and are determined to make this school second to none in South Mississippi. Wo invite a c:itical comparison of onr inducements and prices with those of similar institutions. Send for circular. T. R. White, Sec’.y School Board, Or W. I. THAMES, Principal, Poplarviilo. Miss. W. H. YENNI, Millinery and Shoes, Gents, Ladies and Misses Cor. Washingtonland Front Streets* BAT ST, LOUIS, - MISS. Ripans Tabules rttIGULAi t. THE STOMACH, LI VER and BOWELS AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. RIPANS TABULES arc the best Medi cine known for liullgc. .lon, Biliousness, Headache, Constipation,Dyspepsia, Chronic Liver Trouble, Dizziness, Bud Complexion, Dysentery, Offensive Breath, nud all dis orders of the Blomacb, Liver and Bowels. Ripans Tabules contain nothing Injurious to the most delicate constitution. Arc tileasnnt to take, safe, effectual, and give immediate relief. May bo obtained by application to nearest druggist. WELCOME STORE CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OK HATS, CAPS, PARASOLS, UMBRELLAS, MILLINERY, RUGS, MATTING, EMBROIDERIES, BOOTS AND SHOES, *, LACES, RIBBONS, LADIES UNDERWEAR, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, CHILDREN & MISSES DRESSES, j HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, BgL,Priccs on everything iu our compete with New Orleans prices. Ten per Cent Cash 'Discount on all Goods. Patronage of all solicited. Respectfully.^ • G. A LEVY, Cor. Front and Main Streets. n simj^ SUPERIOR- Buildings, and full faculty of College and University graduates. First-class hoard and accommodations. Charges moderate. Superintendent, his family, and professors live in the buildings. Help and attention at all times. Best modern methods o’ teaching. Send for a catalogue to J. T. MURFEE. SUPT„ Marion, Ala. COOPER-HUDDLESTON COLLEGE,' COOPER NORMAL FOUNDED 1815. IIUNT-lIUDDLESTON FOUNDED 1875, CONSOLIDATED MAY 15, 1893.* O THE HUNT-HUDDLESTON COLLEGE, of Havpersvillo, Mississippi, and the Cooper Normal College, (formerly Cooper Institute,) of Daleville, Mississippi, having consolidated under the above name and stylo, will open the next annual ses sion September 20, 1893, in the now, handsome and splendidly furni med college build ing located at Daleville, Miss. Offering a curriculum of thorough and liberal culture, a faculty faithful and accomplished iu scholarship, a government mild, firm and in spiring to the moral sense, in a model college home, where every interest of the stu dent body, whether physical, moral intellectual, will be carefully guarded as under the paieutal roof, we hope to continue and to broaden tho patronage heretofore given to theseseparate institutions. For catalogue and other information address COOPER-HUDDESTON Collone. DALEVILLE, MliB. amusements. FIREMEN’S HALL, 7 Union Street, Bay St. Louis, Miss. FIRST APPEARANCE OF The Sunflower AMAT E U R Comedy Company, lu the new 3-act farce: The Long and Short of It, 5.4 TURD A Y, A UO. 12,1893. Admission, 25cts; Children, half price. (Reserved seats extra.) C&'THE PERFORMANCE will be fol lowed with a Fancy Dress and Calico Ball. Belford’s illustrated Monthly mi A | first-class magazine IHA III) IVpublished in the West* 1.11 v "lIIJ Equals the best Eastern Magazines in contents and make-up. Western Writers, Western Stories, Western Pictures. A TRIP TO THE FAIR FRGEI Superb Premiums Given Away. Agents Paid Cash Commissions, Send for circulars, or BJT • write to BELFORD’S fl IB A MONTHLY, Chicago, For a Free Copy of this great magazine. Bolfords illustrated Monthly PAflfisr Caveats and Trade Marks obtained, and all Patent business conducted at Moder ate Fees. Our office is opposite the U. S. Pension Office and we can secure patents in less time than those remote from Washing ton. Send model, djawing and photo, with description. We advise if patentable or not free of charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured. A Pamphlet, “How to obtain Patents,” with cost of same in thcU. S. and foreign countries sent free. Address, C, A. Snow & Cos., Opp. U. S. Pension Office, Washington, D. C. Rail Road Exchange, Fine Wines Liquors” Cigars and Tobacco Ice cold beer constantly on hand. Bay St. Louis, Miss. THE RULES Are: No loud talking, no profanity, no indecent expressions will he allowed, any one drunk and violating decency will not be permitted to remain in the house. The rules are quite rigidly enforced and | the penalty for neglect is summarily in flicted. James Gilmore Favard, Proprietor DR. R. J. TURNER, Physician & Surgeon, Office: Next to Post Office. BAY ST. LOUJS MISS. Office Hours—From 8 to 10 a. m and ato3p. m. Office hours at do M9ll tluzin’s Pharmacy—From 1 to 4 p, ra TUB HANCOCK COUNTY ' ABSTRACT office LELAND HENDERSON, Proprietor and Compiler. Office at Court House. Also buys, sells and rents real estat e Terms reasonable. R SEAL, Counsellor & Attyat Law MISSISSIPPI CITY, MISS. Will practice in all Courts in Sea Coast counties, including Federal Couit also in Supreme court at Jackson, Miss ’ Old Dp. Drummond, Alter years of patient study and esuer iiient, has given to tbe world a prepi r „ tion which is an absolute cure for eveiy form of rheumatism. Ask your druggist lor it, and do not take anything else, for nothing else is as good. If your druggist has not got it, write to the Drummond Medicine Cos., 48-50 Maiden Lane, N. Y., anil they will send you full particulars and testimonial of wonderful cures, to gethei with special instructions. Agents wanted. “ Frederick Carlsson, BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. W ants the people to know that be is makingoldfurniture new. There is no ex. case lor any one to have broken chairs around tue house when they can be so easily repaired. Mattresses made. Call around and examine his work, shop next to the convent. DR- L- H. von GOHHfcN, (Formerly Clinical Assistant. University oh'uKstiurg, Alsace-Lorraine.) Physician, Surqeon and Accoucheur. SPECIALIST l ull DISEASES OF TUE - Eyo, Ear, Throat A JVose, PAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. OflY f" K 'f. _i , opposite 1 Pest On.cc. Honrs—lo A. M. to Vj m. * free consultation for indigeidChatients andffidays L. A. deMONTLUZIish Chemist and Pharmacist, „ DEALER IN CliaWlCALo AND PATEI-T medicines, pekfumeky Vor. LEI ARTICLES ETC SPECTACLES. CAND4E 1 Cigars and Tobacco. Soda and Mineral Waters Front near Main Streets, Bay St. Louis, Miss, PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY MISS MABeTdaLY; (BIJOU COTTAGE, MAIN STREET,) W ill open a dancing class on Tuesday Apr l bill. Children's classes, Tuesday .uni 1- 1 ulay evening., from Ito 6. Adult classes. Wednesday and Saturday even ings Irom 7:30 to 9:30. Private lessons given. Waltz a specialty. Terms mod eiato. 1 upil of the celebrated Miss Hen rietta Mueller s Dancing Academy. New 011, -' u P H - d-8-1 Dentistry. “ w. E. WALKER, D. D. S., Bay St. Louis Office, Front near Union streets. Hours : Ba. in. to 12:15 and 515 to (i }. 111. Sundays, 9. to 10 a. m Pass Christian o'ffiic, Wittmau BuiM mg, opposite Mexican U nlf hotel. Hours -1 to 5 p. m., daily. I). B. SEAL, Attornevat-Law. Practices in all sea Coast counties Office: Union near Hancock streets'! BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS,