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The People’s Paper. •Entered In the past office at Hay St. Louis as second-class mall matter. (CHAS.G. MORiAU. Editor* Publisher BAY ST. LOUIS, SEPT, 2, 189?. jPAY ST. LOUIS FARMERS’ ALLIANCE 1465, meet) every first Saturday of each month at Bayou Philip schoojhouse. 11. Lnxich, president, Samuel vouDrozkow sky, secretary. '■ ' City Echoes. —Maj. Page M. Baker Is resting from tbis labors for a few days at Waveland. —Hon. A. E. O’Sullivan and wife were ,oo Wednesday the guests of Judge (O’Donnell, of Waveland. —Madam Gardelbled and granddaughter Miss Emma Fayard, have gone to visit Mr. D. Gardelbled at Lafayette, La —Miss Allie Tufft visited New Orleans ,on Wednesday on business connected with (the popular and well-liked “Senate.” —Lmut.-Gov Parlange and family, who (have been of Waveland’s pleasant visitors ■this season, have departed for Chicago. —Mr. Byron Pearson, the genial agent .who holds forth at the L. & N. depot at •Mississippi City, was at the Bay greeting ,old friends on Sunday. —Capt. D. B. Seal and wife left this .week for a trip to the World’s fair, and ■their many friends wish them a safe journey and a pleasant trip —lt is said the Bay Boys did not play (ball Sunday in the same artistic manner as usual. However inartistic tbeir play ing, their kicking was “out o’ sight.” —The college and convent opened Friday with a large attendance from .various parts of the country. These pop ular institutions are growing more in favor .every year. —Mrs. Campbell, ol New Orleans, is the gpest of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Evaus, .on Union street. Mrs. Campbell is good .company, bright and clever, and will add greatly to so.clety on Union street. —Dr. Loeber is a living evidence of ,what Bay St. Lopis can do for one in ill health. The doctor has been over for a poll pie of weeks and looks five years younger and has actually grown stout. —Col. and Mrg. Seal, of Mississippi .City, were at the Bay Wednesday to see jthelr relatives before leaving for the fair, also to visit sister Saint John of the .Cross, who is an old friend of the Seal family. —Miss Duty, of New C rieans, is the guest of Miss Jennie Nenroth. on Union Street. Miss Maud Baringer, who is the guest of Miss Mamie Neuroth, has just returned from a pleasant visit to her friends in the country. —Mr. Wm J. Sonuemann, a clever and genial young man of New Orleans, who has been spending some time at the Bay, returned to his home yesterday, much to (the regret of the many friends he has giade during bis stay here. —Everyone is earnestly and cordially requested (o attend this garden party to night at the Catholic Shady Grove. Our good Father LeDuc and Mrs. Platz and her guests and friends have spared no pains to make the occasion as delightful ps possible. The attractions are numerous find beautiful. Be sure to go and thereby help a worthy cause. —Mr. and Mrs. L. Hazen will leave next week for the north, having sold their pretty bouse on Union street to Mr. Anderson, who is an enterprising man who will do much In the future to assist Id making Bay St. Louis one of the most popular resorts on the Mississippi Sound. Mr. Anderson has come to stay and pf course has the Interest of the Bav fit heart, and will do everything possible for ilp growth and improvement. —The sanctum and composing room pf The Echo was brightened Thursday by the presence of several fair daughters of the Crescent City, and it was our most Pleasant duty to explain to them the mysteries of the printer’s art. They were: Misses EHije and Clara Nelson, Mrs. Levy £(nd beautiful little daughter Eunice, amj Miss Mamie Caulfield. They were accompanied by Mr. Sonneraann. Such visits as the§c are like the pioverti&il angel’s visits. —Bay St. Louis is on the move nor pan the hard times hold down her steady growth. She is bound to get there and if some of her sister resorts -don't look out the Bav will be the banner town of the Sea coast, for a spirit of progress and go-a headltlveness the mayor and board pf aldermen aie as wide-rawalfeas any set of men that eyer governed a town. Not flitlsfiecj with building a public school building, they are looking out every day fof some other move to benefit the city —Mr. T. B. Brown and son Tommy, of Winona, who aye spending some time at the Bay,captured an immense atlugeree last Wednesday near the second “gigger” that measured 6 feet 8 Inches from its head to the end of fts tail and 3 feet 6 Inches across. It gave them quite a tussle and they finally had to shoot It before they could land It in the boat. In Its terrible fury It struck the boat with Its stinger, a sharp saw-like appendage pn its tail which measured over a foot tweaking and leaving part of it m the gotten of the boat. CITY ECHOES. | —Everyone should attend the garden j party to-night. —Mr. Ben West was at the Bay again Sunday. What is the uttnetion? —Dr. W, E. Walker has spent the most of his time this week at Pass Christian. —Miss May Meek has departed'for Greenville, Miss., where she goes to yisit relatives. —Mis. Dowling and family, who were in one of Mrs. Boyd’s cottages, left for home on Wednesday. —Mr. Jules Jordy, one of the finest atnletes in New Orleans, visited the Bay Saturday and Sunday. —Miss Marian McCorry, who was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cazeueueve, has re turned to New Orleans. —Our neighbor, The Beacon, comes to ns this week under the new management. Here’s long life and success to you. —Last Tuesday night a number of children enjoyed a delightful candy-pull ing at the residence of Mrs. Combel. —Mr. and Mrs. T. Westcoat gaye on Wednesday a picnic to Cat Island that was hugely enjoyed by all who attended. —Miss Lizzie Walker, who has enjoyed a happy vacation at the Bay and a pleas ant trip to the World’s fair, has departed for Donaldsville, La. -rOa our second page will be found an article descriptive of some of the wonder ful things to be seen at the great World’s fair from the pen of The Echo's editor. —The public library at the public school building is an honor t > the yonng ladies Misses Shansey, Posey and others, who have worked so hard to supply a loug felt want. —Mr. Gilmore Fayard is putting up a very handsome dwelling house, aud con templates erecting a coffee house at an early day where his prese it building now stands. The house will be two stoiies and when finished will be fit for the most elegant to quench his thirst. —Miss Lena llazcn,a very accomplished young lady, will enter the convent soon to perfect herself in French and Gorman, She has been successfully teaching in Texas, but vvauts to rest and is very ranch pleased to find such a haven with the Sisters of St. Joseph’s Academy. —Mr. Nick Huger, on the eve of his pleasure trip to Chicago, gave a reception and supper at Guisti’s restaurant. The full fo ce of the Spaghetti & Macaroni Club was in attendance, and also the fin • orche tra under the baton of Piof, Coined, besides many friends who wish him a pleasant trip. Mr. Buger is a young and progressive farmer oi the Bay, —The New Orleans Tl.nes-Democrat, with its usual progressiveness, came lo us on September Ist in its annual Trade Edition of ihlrty-two pages. The cover is a model of artistic beauty, and the whole edition is a credit to New Orleans aud its live newspaper men. It contains u general write up of the business inter ests of New Orleans and also of the leading southern states. —A very pleasant taly-ho ride was given by the guests at Mrs. Moreau's on Main street Thursday afternoon to Brown’s vineyard. Those who went were Miss Mamie Caulfield, Misses Lillie and Clara Nelson. Miss Eunice Levy and Mrs. Levy, Mrs. Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Moreau, Mr. .'incl Mrs. Muller, and Mr. Sonnemauu, It was a most delightful rirje and everyone enjoyed the luscious scupperuongs and delicious wine. Airs. Am.a Allen, the popular hostess of the Bay St. Louis Hotel, well known for her many noble charities, gave the Ice cream and cakes and a well furnished table to the garden nany at the Church of Our Lady of the Gulf The table was known by a large and beautiful sign with “Bay Sc. Louis Hotel” painted on it. The ladies of the hotel assisted Miss haume Lynch and the lovely ones were very successful in disposing of cream and cakes. A Sad Affair. On last Wednesday evening in the pool room of the Olympic Club at New Orleans, Mr. Bernard Klotz, Jr., shot aud perhaps fatally wounded Mr. Win. Soholl, the genial president of the club. The cause of tbp shooting is wrapped in mystery. All that can be ascertained is that it sprang from some misunderstand in bus iness relations. Deep sympathy is felt in the Bay by the many friends of Mrs, Scholl in this unfortunate affliction. At last reports the condition, of Mr. Scholl wgs imimi roved aud the result is being anxiously awaited by a host of friends. Later. —The condition of Mr. Scholl was ranch improved Friday morning. The Great Storm. The reports of the recent storm in onr nefi’s column aye very meagre, befng the first. Later developments show that the loss of life and damage to property almost beyond belief. In one river there was found seventy dead and swollen bodies. One town in North Carolina was literally wiped out of existence and many people killed. It was the most disastrous storm (hat has ever visited the pastern part of the United States. South Carolina was the greatest sufferer from the storm. Friday’s telegraphic reports estimate the. number of deaths at nearly one thousand. The topography of Gettysburg's be ing radically changed and a wholly new appearance given to the famous bat tle-ground, upon which the northern states alone," aside from organiza tions, have spent 8863,000. An electrio road from the village of Gettysburg to Little Round Top is a conspicuous mis chief-maker. The Star and Sentinel says of these deplorable ravages; “Truth extorts the confes sion that the field as fought over is gone and can never be restored. Its pristine beauty is lost forever. Greed has spoiled it beyond the power of re covery. For this our community through its representatives will be held responsible at the bar of public opinion. They held the battlefield in trust for posterity and have betrayed it to persons in whose eyes it has no sacredness.” Moses W. Ginn has been missing from Chestertown, Md., since June, 1884, and no sure word has been re ceived from him since. He left behind him three fine farms in that rich and highly-cultivated region of the eastern shore, and these, by order of court, are about to be sold at public sale in order that the estate of the missing Ginn, now dead in law, may be administered upon. A feature in this case was the receipt last March by a party in inter est of two letters signed M. \V. Ginn. They were postmarked Chicago, but had been posted in a railway postal car under cover to the postmaster of that city. They have been pronounced by persons familiar with Ginn’s hand writing rather clumsy forgeries. It will no doubt surprise many per sons to learn that three-quarters of the best known physicians of New York were born south of Mason’s and Dixon’s line, and are consequently only New Yorkers*by adoption. The statement is made upon the authority of an eminent physician on Madison avenue, who had an occasion to inves tigate the subject. The class of phy sicians referred to are those whose in comes are from twenty thousand dol lars a year upward. They arc men who have attained rank in the general practice of medicine. Many of them have distinguished themselves by im portant discoveries in medical science and surgery. When Buffalo Bill’s Indians get through their work in Chicago in the afternoon, it is said they like nothing better than to repair to a merry-go round near their camp and revolve to the music of a bad hand-organ. The passer-by stops to see the *how, for the bucks and squaws are in their full panoply of feathers and paint. Most people would get enough fun by riding horseback throe or four hours every day without wanting to ride on wood en horses afterward; but, then, you see, real horses have no hand-organ attachments. Experiments have been made with aluminum for horseshoes by a Pennsyl vania manufacturer within the last few months. Methods and machines used with steel had to bo modified a little first. The shoes are light, of course, but they wear rapidly, not last ing over a week or ten days on a dirt road and breaking easily. The exper imenter thinks that possibly' an alum inum alloy might be more serviceable. Theru is a fine comity of the travel ing public existent in the Adirondacks. Those rude little shelters found scat tered throughout the wilderness are free to any who may choose to make use of them and their contents, upon the solo stipulation that the temporary occupants put everything in good order before leaving their borrowed quar ters. Few travelers fail to live up to this requirement, and the huts are generally in excellent condition. The Negro Press association devoted a considerable part of its session in Richmond to a discussion of the ques tion whether the word negro should bo spelled with a capital or a small initial letter. Rev. Mr. Cooley, one of the delegates, gave the convention some good advice when he said: “Wo | put too much importance upon the name by which we are to bo called. ! Let us improve oursolvcs. and allow [ the people to spell o.’.r name with a i Utile ‘n’ or a big '.V or any kind of an ‘end’ they wish to.” I— GULF COAST MARKET KEEPS CONSTANTLY CHOICE BEEF, TEAL, PORK AND MUTTON. Orders taken every evening at custom era’ residences. Maiketing delivered at residence. Meat to be bad at, ~U hours ol the day. Front hot. Main and Apothecary Sts , BAY ST. LOUIS. MISS. FOR DYSPEPSIA, Indigestion, and Stomach disorders, take BROWN 9 IRON BITTERS. All dealers keep It, 81 per bottle. Genuine hot trade mark and crowed ted lines on wrapper. iy O OTHER Sarsaparilla has the merit to secure the confidence of entire communities and hold it year after 1 year, like HOOD’S Sarsaparilla. Mrs. • of Plqna, 0., gays the Phy sicians are Astonished, and look at her like one Raised fromjtie Dead Long and Terrible Illness from Blood Poisoning Completely Cured by Rood’* Sarsaparilla. Mrs. Mary E. O’Fallon, a very Intelligent Udy of Plqua, Ohio, was poisoned while as sisting physicians at an autopsy S years ego, and soon terrible nicer* broke out on hep head, arms, tongue and throat Her hair all came out. She weighed but 78 lbs., and saw K) prospect of help. At last she began to fane Hood’s Sarsaparilla and at once Im proved ; could soon get out of bed hud walk. She says; " I became perfectly cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla and am now a well woman. I weigh 128 lbs., eat well and do the work for a large family. My case seems a wonderful recovery and physicians look at me In astonishment, as almost like ame raised from the dead.” I HOOD’B PILLB Should be la every family medicine chest. Once used, always preferred. Tde Hainan Electrical Forces! How They Control the Organs of the Body. The electrical force of the human body, as the nerve fluid may bo ttrmud, i.i an espe cially attractive department of science, us It exerts so marked an influence on the health cf the organs of the hotly. N<: ve foruo is produce 1 by tho brain anti lo.iveyed by means of the nerves to ilie various organs ot the noJy, thus supplying the bitter wiili the vita lly necessary lolu sure their health. Tin pnuumugaatric nerve, as shown here, may ho said f'.'-i - -’ flip' l-> lie tim most 1m toi-iant J. -.y-T&; of ill ; e.uiro nerve sys- Vy iOO -7 ■am. as H supplies the ~r heart, lungs, sjo.ua. -li. f.:/ novels, etc., with the ,;.T ijrve force necessary 10 \ keen them active and i \ healthy. As will be seen t V- •w by the cut ibe lon-' nerve V 'j ,-,VV3fat Descending from iho base of tho lu-aia aad /■' .>- terminating In lb ) bow o's Is the pueumog.it iric. , 's?’ * while the numerous In- , j '-r t e branches sup.j'y 1; .' ... ' : ; heart, lungs iin-i sic-.-- -"’t- ; - a,.-!i with necessary vi t-itity. When Ihe brain •!' becomes in anv wav e s ... ‘f, ordered hv irrhabCity i 'ls, or exhaustion, lie; nerve ,■ e force which It Mtppiios Is lessened, and I lie or- -jO-sfl ] Bans receiving the til- ElS;'.v. J minishedsupplyhpocon- Yj sequent!v weakonod. Physicians generally fail to recognize the importance of this fact, but treat thr organ Itself instead of the cause cf the tioubk The noted specialist, Franklin Miles,M. 1). Lo. 8., has given tho greater part of his lif, to the study of this subject, and the t r n Irn discoveries concerning it are due to hi, o.Vcrt Dr. Milos’ HcsioraUvo Nervine, tho unri valed brain and nerve food, is prepared on tin principle that all nervous and many o hei diiflcnlttea originate from disorders of fhi pervecenters. Its wonderful sir cess ino 11 lag these disorders is testified to by thousands In , every part of the laud. Restorative Nervine cures sleeplessness 1 nervous prostration, dizziness, hysteria, sex ual debility, St. Vitus dance, epilepsy, etc. 1 Is free from opiates or dangerous drugs. 1 la sold on a positive guarantee by all drng gists. or sent direct by the Or. Miles Medical Cos., Elkhart, Ind., on receipt of price, -SI per bottle, six bottles for $5. express prepaid. i uimmssM Tior’s Sale! I.v Guam k tv Court, ) „ _ Hancoi k Coukxy. 1' lIA Tl KM - A 7.7.0 \.. I’l nigh, next friend, ) Sale No. 480 of A. .1. Plough and A. of L. Plough. Jr., minors. \ Pnrfition. I’nrsnant to a decree rendered in the above entitled cause by the Honorable | Chancery Court of H-mcoe.k county,Miss., at the July Term, 1893, thereof, I will on Monday, October 2nd, 1893, at fire front door of the courthouse of Hancock coun ty,Miss.,in the city -f Bay St,Louis, with in the legal hours.sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, tho following described real estate ordered to bo sold to ; make partition between the parties intcr j terested, to wit: Situate, being and lying i within tho corporate limits of lire city of Bay St. Louis, County of Hancock, state of Mississippi, on tho north side ot Ocod ehildren street; having a trout of sixty | feet more or less on said street, and run ning back between parellel lines sixty I feet apart; MO feet to the land belonging jto J 'l'. Villain, but now l y David A. : Hackney; on the cast by bind of Mrs. ( lain Stockton; on the south by Good children street, and ou tho west by land of Valery Ifoehou. Being the same lot of i land that, was deeded ti said A. J. Plough and Azzo L. Plough, Jr., by Azzo L Plough, and recorded in Book N,. on page 489, of the Registry of Deeds of Hancock county, on the 15tii of April, 1891. The purchaser will be required to give secu rity for bis bid at tho time of sale. Buy St, Louis, Miss.. Aug. 23, 1893. Joseph F. Cazkxicuve, ang24-4t Sheriff and Commissioner. POPLARVSLLE Ml SCHOOL, POPLARVILLE, I’earl River Conntv, MISSISSIPPI. W. I. Thames, Principal. Second session opens Monday, Septem ber 4, 18f3, and contin jes nine months. Our Cnrrieiilnni includes all the studies persnediu the best graded schools in our State; also bookkeeping, Latin,Music, Art and Elocution. Expenses.—Boiird $7.00 to SB.OO per month. Tuition, from $1.50 to $3.50 per month. Art $3.00. Elocution fl.oo. Wash ing 75 cents t051,.00. Our people have erected and equipped a magnificent building and are determined to make this school second to none in fonth Mississippi. We invito n critical comparison of our indncennmts and priceu with those of similar institutions. Send for circular., T. K. White, , See’y School Board, I Or W. I. THAMES. Principal. Poplarville. Miss. WELCOME STORE carries a complete jjse of HATS. CAPS, PARASOLS UMBRELLAS, MILLINERY, RUGS, MATTING, EMB’ OIDERIES, BOOTS AND SHOES, LACES, JTBBONS, LADIES UNDERWEAR, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, CHILDREN & MISSES DRESSES, HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, Bo.„Briccs ou everything in our line to compete with New Orleans prices. jgf Ten per Cent Cash Discount on all Goods. Patronage of all solicited.. Respectfully, \ G. A LEVY. Cor. Front and Main Streets. | Sweetwater Seminary For Young Ladies. jarship. Refinement and health a special ml nil! ®V.I " V V.'!*’: t horough se.ho weetvvnter is on the E. TANARUS., Va. & (la R u ib-ii>wl in i' V" i f u< lllTus the very best Snger trains daily. Send for catalogue. ‘ ‘ ’ °i it*'Tin‘V seJ..W. BLAIR, Associate President. " ' “• RICHARD- ON, 1 resident. s WBBTWTjj]R.. T*EJ33<r3>T, MARION MiUTARY ’-SUPERIOR- Btnldings, and full faculty of College and University graduates. Firs*-class board ••‘•t-wanuMiationa. Charges moderate. Superintendent, his family, and nrofesso... '.M.!nl 10 e U 1 w llgß, H /' 1’ ,llul attention at all times. Best modern methods <■ teaching. Send tor a catalogue to J. T. MURFEE, SUPT., Marion, Ala. COOP ER-HU DDLESTOIT COLLEGE, COOPER NORMAL FOUNDED 1816. , HUNT-HUDDLKSTON FOUNDED 1875, CONSOLIDATED MAY 15, 1893 r |IHE IIUNT-IiUI)IILESTON Harpersviilc, Mississippi, a, A the Cooper Normal Udh-ge, (formerly Cooper Institute,) of Dalevillo, * Mississippi having consolidated under (he above name and style, will open the next annual s s' s on kept ember JO, 1893, in the new-, hands; me and splendidly furnished college build ing locateoit Da lev die, Miss. Ottering a < urriculum of thorough and liberal en)l”f a faculty fat ill Ini and accomplished in scholarship, a government mild, firm and' in spiring to the moral sense, m a model college home, where every interest of the sfo d.nt body, jvlu flier physical, moral intellectual, will bo carefully guarded as nr.d. r the parental root, wo hope to continue and to broaden the patronage heretofore .-h en to thesi'Beparute institutions. For catalogue ami other information mhlress COOPER HUDDESTON Colkne, MARION FEMALE A 1 ft, llio 1* itty-eight Annual Session Begins AVed nesday, the 2 dll ot September, 1893. Number of boarding pupils limited to fifty That means a great deal to thoughtful parents. Only one ease off, talSicknessin thirty-nn o years. Art teacher visits Eur pc every year Principal of the Music (school, a lady g!adiintu Irom Leipsie, Germany. Bed Ur ci taho nc. J£*.£3. re-3. .3,-O, ip'IJOTY-.. JOS. F. ROTH, Saddlery 1 Harness- Collars Repaired, and Carriages Trimmed. Front street near Railroad crossing, Buy St. Louis, Miss. TatenkT 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 cun secure patents in less time than those remote from Washing ton. Send model, djawing and photo, with description. We advise if patentable or n-it freeof charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured. A Pamphlet,.“How to obtain Patents,” with cost of same in theU. S. and foreign countries sent free. Address, C. A. Snow & Cos., Opp. U. S. Pension Office, Washington, D. C. Tudson institute - J FOR GIRLS AND YOUNC L \DIES, MARION, A LA , 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 im ploys eight teachers in the literary de partment four in music, one in art, and three officers in the home department. Bond for the catalogue, it gives clear state ments on many points of interest to pa rents and students. The next session will open Sept. 28. S. W. AVERETT, President. MILLERSHUKG Female College. Parents sending their daughters abroad to school want to know that they are in j safe hands and surrounded with good in- I Alienees; where health manners, mind and j morals are all regarded and cultivated 1 with scrupulous care. Yon may hlVve all i these in tho above institution, an old, j high grade college, with sixtom teueh- I ers. A full, literary, scientific, music, art and business cor rats may be had at reasonable rates in the most beautiful and healthful region in America. For catalogues, &c,, write Rev. C. l ope, MiUprsburg, Ky. | Old Dr. Drummond, A! or y.uiM of pitiout stu iv m I ex;icr nijiit, tins given to the w aid a piapira tion wait his an a I solutj cure lor every lonsi ot rheumatism. Ask your druggist lor it, and do not take anything e>sc. for nothing else js as good. If your drugga-t lias not got it, write to the Drummond Modicino ( 0., 48-50 Maiden Lane, A. V., ,Ul< J " ill send you full particulars and testimonial of wonderful cures, to gctlior with special instructions. Agents wanted. : DR. L. H von^OHHhKT 1 (Fonniriy Clinical Assistant, University !• trasslmrg, Alsace-Lorraine.,' Physician, Surqeon end Accoucheur. J fU KC IST FOR DISEASES OF THE Eye, Ear, Throat & Nose. HAY J-T. LOUIS, MISS. I CmcK-Irmt Street, onposite Post OfUce. 110 , im—lo A. M. to r> il. J rcc consultation for indigent patients to J 9 e A W M lUea, ' ay3 aml S^urdaya L. A. deMONTLnZtNh * Clio mist and Pharmacist, DEALER IX DRUGS, GMUMIUALS AND P \Ti A’T MEDICINES, PERFUMERY ‘tc ■ LET ARTICLES, ETC. SPECTACLES. CANDIES, Cigars and Tobacco* Soda and Mineral] IWaters Front near Main Streets, Buy St. Louis. Miss, PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY miss mabeiTdaly (bijou COTTAGE, main street,) Will open a dancing class on Tuesday ? th - Children's classes, Tnesd ■ and Inday evening,, from t to 0, , classes, Wednesday and Saturdin inks from 7:110 to 9:110. Private •jemm,, gnen. \\ ai.Tz a sfecjai ry . Tern.s m;d liett i a- 1 "V/ 1 V ft , h .‘ ! t:t ‘H:!imtcd Miss He'n iictti M.u Hers, Dancing .-.cademv. New °‘ ie lft - d-8-j IJETSTTISTHIi’’.''' W. E. WALKER, D. D. S., Hay St. Louis Office, Front near Uni streets, Honrs: Ba. in. to llMg A to op. in. Sundays, 9. to 10 a. >' ' Pass Christian office, \Vi( Hui iug, opposite Mexican Gulfh, ;,.| ft,.., 1 to 5 p. m., daily.