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LOOK’ Shelbwillk, Tenn. For three years my wife’s sister s been very low. Her son-in-law, Physician, took her to his house, u , could do her no good. She L carried to Washington City, here she could receive the best nodical skill from the most eminent ihvscians. Stayed there six ponths, but gradually grew worse. wrote her to come to my house, (she was able, as 1 believed that . our Matchless Mineral Water Laid cure her. She came here in April. To-day she is sound and well, as she expresses it, from had to foot. Her disease was diabetes and dyspepsia. She could lake no solid food without ex cruciating pain after eating. Now she is eating all kinds of vege tables, even cabbage, or anything she wants. The water saved her i(e, after all the other remedies ailed. Tffb water has made many marvelous cures in this country. Wishing you and your Mineral Water much success, I am Young Wii.hoite. —FOR SALE BY Chas. M. Push, 106 Camp St., New Orleani. Athens, Ga. I can say from experience that it is the best water I ever knew. It is my life and health. I have received more permanent benefit from it as a dyspeptic than all the other remedies I have used. I would suggest that you get drug gists all over the land to keep it, and then boom it in the papers. It is good for piles, skin diseases, dj-spepsia, etc. My general health never was better, and the Match less Mineral Water is th eprime cause of it. I have preached six teen times it the last ten days, and feel no inconvenience from it, I am always glad to hear from you. Very truly and sincerely, S. P. Richardson, Presiding Elder. —FOR SALE HV Chat. M. Fush, 106 Camp SL, New Orleans. BAY ST. LOUIS HAS An Electric Plant, A Big Steam Brick Yard, Water Works, An lee Plant, A Fig and Oyster Cannery, Several Saw Mills, College and Convent, A Fine Public School, A Woolen Mill, Two Newspapers, Five (white) Churches, Finest Shell Drives South, One Job Printing Office, A Splendid Fire Department, First-class educational facilities. Beautiful Homes, Fite. Bay St Louis offers iineqnaled facilities and unexcelled advantages for the fallowing, and ievitea Ten Thousand Northerners: A Furniture Factory, A Broom Factory, Knitting Works, A Big First-class Winter Hotel. Any and all information relative to Bay St. Louis will bo cheerfully furnished at this office, by applying either in person or by mail. 120 dollars PER MONTH *n Your Own Locality Btde easily and honorably, without capl ’ ”'riiijf your spare hours. Any man, li t . mai )> ’°y> or S'rl can do the work hand without experience. Talking un ‘ I ' SMr >’- Nothing like It for money cuingever ottered before. Our workers *?* Prosper. No time wasted in a.I JFi business. We loach you In h™,, J lmv *° SUPf,fi od from the first . '°" can make a trial without cx- LJfA? ywrsolf. We start you, furnlsli •—-‘-a w r .I- ....... ivs successfully, and guarantee you .gainst failure If vou hut follow our voirl".’ V ,ui “ "iitrnctlons. Header, If want*L U lluel * °I ready money, and hu.in..!.' V“r al * •bout the best paying “'1 Ircss" ! M !i )rt the P u hllc, send us your iwut 1(1 we wlll ll,all Y° u a “Wt giving you all the partlcukrs. true & CO., Box 400, Augusta, Mpine. JUnsON IXSTITIITU, ’ F OR GIRLS AND YOUNG LADIES, „ , MARION, ALA on big', ground in a plot of five l„ r * ' aw . n * affording ample space r °! B< “ 8 > is adorned with graceful liesntihj “V e 1 n(1 forei K" shade trees and iSseiih, T ho school cm- I’artincni f t, ‘“. c,lorß t,ic literary de tl,r(.(, tti f, inr in music, one in art, and oenrt f,,r !i" rK ,n I' IB home department. Csl o l eo ' ,ta,o ? Uß >‘ t ' clear statu retits i,,„i ”!*'*i' P° ia l 01 interestto pa )teil u!., ''tteats. The next session will 8. W. AVEKETT, . President. W r^ N TIST. w - L WALKER, D. D. S., ot \ ice; Opposite Post Of 8 a m to 5 p mj We,i l J o ?a„‘ rrtn Ti? ni < 12:30; Mon- Pass nl*ri 1 l rut “y 8 9:30 am. "PPasite Wlttman Building, Miiday, fc Onlf Hotel-Hours a> ud Saturday, 1 to 5 p m. ote Sea fitosi Cfel®. LoujBvifte& Nashville R.R. TIME TABLE GOING SOUTH. No. 1, due 8:80, p. ra., dally. 3, “ 5:47, a. m., daily, “ 6, “ 8:36, p. m., dully, “ 7, “ (1:85, a. m., dally, cx. Sun GOING NORTH. No. 2, due 0:82, p. m., dally. '• 4, " 12:8(1 a. m., dully. “ •>, •* 0:42 a. m., dally, “ 8, “ 6‘40 p. m., daily, ox. Sun. CHAB. MARSHAL, Surr JNO. A. GREEN, Lnc Agt. Limited Express Daily — in — Pullman Vcstibuled '(Jars — to — MONTOOMKUy, BIUMINCiIIAM, NASH VILLE, LOUISVILLE, CINCINNATI, N. O. Ticket office, cor. ,St. Charles and Common streets. G. L. Travis, city ticket agent. Depot ticket office, foot of Canal street, A. E. Ladner, depot tieke agent. John Kii.kknt, Div. Pass. Agl. C. P. Atmouk, G. P. A., Louis ville Ky. Railroad Fare Paid One Way By Wyatt’s Business Oollogo, MERIDIAN MISS., To dludents Entering Before Feb ruary 1, 1804. We do not teach book keeping with dry text books because all they con tain is unlike real business. All the transactions arc unreal, fictitious and wholly imaginary. The text bock student does not make a record of any real transaction j lie gels no practice at doing the real work that is done in business. By our system of actual busines" practice we can give a student ten limes more actual business know ledge in three monlhslhan any text book school can give in ten months. Send for Circulars. L- A. WYATT, President- POPLARVILLE HKjIH SCHOOL, POPLARVILLE, Pearl River County, MISSISSIPPI. W. I. Thames, Principal. Second session opens Monday, Septem ber 4, 18f3, and eontin ies nine mouths. Our Curriculum includes all the studies pursued in the best graded high schools in our State; also Hookkeeping, Latin,Music, Art and Elocution. Expenses.—Hoard 187.00 to 88.00 per month. Tuition, from $1.50 to 83.50 per month. Art $3.00. Elocution $l.OO. Wash ing 75 emits to $l.OO. Our people have erected and equipped a magnificent building mnl are determined to make this school second to none in South Mississippi. Wo invito a critical comparison of our inducements and prices with those of similar institutions. Send for circular. T. It. WlltTK, Sec’y School Board, Or W. I. THAMES, Principal, Poparville. Misss. j s RI PA N S | iHnABIILESi REGULATE THE : STOMACH, LIVER ♦ | AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. | t BIPANS TABI LKS .r. the beat Mrdl. • f cine known fur ldlgetlon, Blllounneuft, ! • Headache, Constipation, Byspepiila.Ohronla • • Liver Troubles, iMzelnesa, Bad Complexion, • • Dysentery, Offensive Breath, and all dls- J orders of the Stomach, Liver and Bowels, # SlUpons Tabulcs contain nothing Injurious to f :tlio most delicate constitution. Are ulwuuint to * take, safe, effectual, and give Immediate relief. J • May be obtained by application to nearest • • druggist. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooos GULF COAST MARKET KEEPS CONSTANT!/-' CHOICE BEEF, VEAL, POM AND MUTTON Orders taken every evening at custom ers’ residences. Marketing delivered at residence. Meat to be bud at nil hours of the day. HEAD OF MAIN STREET. BAY ST. LOUIS. MISS. EVERGREEN COLLEGE, EVERGREEN.LA. '—FOR BOV ' AND OIBLB.—n Offers board and tuition from December 27th to the end of the present session for *72.00. Special Otter. Address C. C. WEI If, I’res’t. ALL KINDS OF. .. PLAIN & FANCY IHR PRINTING NEATLY EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE . . BAY ST LOUIS, MISS., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1894. E. W. MORRILL, Imiice Agency run Tiir. misninnipi‘l coAvr, BILOXI, MISS. Representing the strongest and most liberal companies in the world. Liverpool & Loudon & Globe Insurance Cos., of England. Royal Ins. Cos., Liverpool, Eng. Phoenix Ins Cos Brooklyn, N Y. Phconlx Assurance C 0,,.... Loudon, Eng, llaitfurd Eire Ins CD.,..Hailford, Conn. Mechanics’ & Traders’ Ins Cos. N. ()., La. United Underwriters Ins Co..Atlanta, lift. N O Ins Association, New Orleans. St. Paul German Ins Cos,, St,Paul, Minn. Losses are paid cash without discount and wtihout waiting the usual CO davs. tru ii V. HM_TK A( HERS! Prepare for the HpriiiK examinations by atteiidinr the Teachers’ Training Class of Poplarvillo High School. Thorough rc v :cw of nil fbo public acliool brandies of Mississippi anil Louisiana. Written ex nminatioiiH hold weekly and conducted similar to county oxainiiintimm. Special reference paid In the proper preparation* of pnpera for examiners I.eel urea on school management, primary work exem pliHod by a graduate of the llinninghnm Normal School. The oomlnclor is a graduato of one of the largest Teachers’Training schools in America. Don’t miss this opportunity, February 12 to April 0. Hoard, tuition and washing H weeks $2O, Send for cir cular. W. 1. THAMES, Principal. Poplarville, Pearl River Cos,, Miss. Insure Your Property in Illlllllir.S AIM The largest and best companies in the world. Represented in 11 1/ Si. L) lis by Al ia ST KELLER. W. H. YENNI, . . . MILLINERY, SHOES, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, —SAND* . . . UNDERWEAR Washington and Front Sis-, BAY ST. LOUIS, • MISS. About a year ago I took a violent at tack of la grippe. I coughed day and ui lit for about six weeks; my wife then suggested that I try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. At first I could see no differ ence, hilt still kept taking it, and soon found that it was what 1 needed. If 1 got no relief from one dose I took anotb er and it was only a lew days 1 was free from the cough. I think people in gen eral ought to know toe value of this re medy and I take pleasure in acknow ledging tun nonefit I have received from it, Madison Mustard, Otway, Ohio. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Thus. L. Evans, cor. Union and Front streets, DR L H. von GOHRhN (Formerly Clinical Assistant, University Strassburg, Alsace-Lorraine., Physician, Surqeon and Accoucheur. SPECIALIST Full UISKAHKB OF HIE Eye, Ear, Throat & Nose. HAY IST. LOUIS, MISS* Office —Front Street, opposite Post Office. Honrs —10 A. M. b> 12 M. Free consultation for indigent patients at residence on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 7 to 0 A. M. DR. R. J. TURNER, Physician# Surgeon, Office: Next to Post Office. RAV ST. LOUJC MIGO Office Hours—From 8 to 10 a. m and 2to3p. m. Office hours at de Mott tlu/dfi’s Pharmacy—From 1 to 4 D in L. A. deMONTLUZIN, Clioniist and Pharmacist, UEALF.It IN DRUGS, CHEMICALS AND PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERY TOP LET ARTICLES, ETC., S PECT A(! LEH. CANDIES. Cigars and Tobacco. Soda and Mineral Waters- Front near Main Streets, Hay St. Louis, Miss. PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY THE irnXCOCK COUNTY ' , ABSTRACT OFFICE JOHN LELAND HENDERSON, Proprietor and Compiler. Office at Court House. Also buys, sells and rents real estate Terms reasonable. D. K, SEAL. Attorney at Law. Practices in all sed Coast counties. Office: Union near Hancock streets HAY ST. LOUIS, .MISS for Malaria, Liver Trou ble, orlndigestlon, use BROWN'S IRON BITTERS (Konst (Echo. t - *■ J_ Ji. 1 !. 1 . J WS. 1.. MAY. I Killlur* mill THAN. U. MO UK AT, I Proprietor*. Official organ of Hancock County Farm era 1 Alliance. An idfiemlmgan of Hancock county Chan cery Court, Mississippi. TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION : One ilol. lar per anmnn. strictly cask in udvance- Advertislng rales nrnno known upon ap plication .loli printing a specialty. The Echo can be found by visitors and advert isors in Memphis, Tenn., at 38-40 .Intfcrson street; in New York City, at (id Tribune Building; In Chicago at 3GB and 370 Dearborn street. Advertisements and subscriptions received at either of these offices. EDITORIAL SQUIBS. Jacksonville people now want to can iiicir town Corbellville. Times arc growing better and mon ey is in active circulation. Bay St. Louis can never be over advertised. Talk and write about it at every opportunity. American papers sell like hot cakes in Brazil; they want to know bow the war is progressing. The X marks after your name on this paper arc not made for pastime, amusement or ornaments. Mrs. Phil Sheridan, is the only widow of a du'fnguiahcd Federal gen eral who has refused gifts. The Atlanta Constitution says that the Southern forest can be made to yield 8350,000,000 without impairing their valve. Our itemS from Waveland are newsy and reliable. Every family in that pretty little town should take Tin; Echo. The signs of renewed business are becoming apparent all over the country. So says the New York Morning Journal. Mr. Carry B. Holman, keeper of the Harrison county jail at Mississip pi City, dropped dead of heart failure last Saturday. Section 3931 of the code in refer ence to members of the Board of Su pervisors to inspect roads has been repealed in the Senate. Messrs. K. & S. Viiden have offer ed to deed to the State for a confed erate soldiers home 80 acres of land about two miles from Jackson. When a “sraarty” tells you that n linn imi in is the lightest of metals refer him to magnesium, a metal one third lighter and yet much denser and strongei. The final order for the beautiful Oolumbian stamps, ameunting to three million dollars, was filled by the United States post cilice depart ment. December 27, after winch the issue will go out of circulation. The Institute of France has neen left one hundred thousand francs by a lady who designates the bequest as a prize for the fust person who, within ten years, communicates with a celestial body and receives an ans wer. The Boston man who induced bus iness men to contribute food, beds coal and groceries, with which to run a home for a thou sand seamstresses who are out of work, has commendable energy and philanthropy. Dr. Talmage says there are 200,- 000 dead beats in the United States. Let the doctor start a country news paper and learn something more about human cussedness. For hun dred thousand would not be a drop in the waste basket.—Exchange. Earl Dunraven, whose yacht Val kyrie was defeated by the American yacht Vigilant, still entertains hope of defeating our boats. lie recently said that he would bring his yacht over to this side next May and race her against one of our big sloops. Brother, if you want to take a part in shaping and forming the future course of this community, do some thing as a citizen to show that you are interested in the welfare of the town. Be consistent and try to build up the place in which you live, and where you enjoy all the privi leges of her schools and churches, and other advantages, by spending your money at home. If you can not do this, then take a back scat where he belongs, and let others take the lead, THE PRESIDENT ENDORSED. The Mouse of Representatives, at Washington passed the following resolution on Friday last. It meets the hearty approval of genuine Dem ocrats and The Echo reproduces it for the benefit of its readers: “Resolved first, That it it is the sense of this house that the action of the United States minister in em ploying United States naval forces and in illegally aiding in overthrow ing the constitutional government of Hawaiian islands in January, 1809, and in setting up in its place a pro visional government, not republican in form and in opposition to the will of the majority ot the people, was contrary to the traditions of our re public and the spirit of our constitu tion, and should he and is condemn ed. “Second, That we heartily approve the principle announced by the Pres ident of the United Stales that inter ference with the domestic affairs of an independent nation is contrary to the spirit of the American constitu tion ; and it is further the sense of this house that the annexation of the Hawaiian islands to our country, or the assuration of a protectorate over them by our government is un called for and is inexpedient; that the people of the country should have absolute freedom and indepeu dcndoncc in pursuing lueir own lino of policy, and that foreign interven tion in the political affairs of the islands will not be regarded with in difference by the government of the United Stales.” AN IMPORTANT MEASURE. A bill, providing for inspection by the court and jury of physical facts in judicial trials, was introduced by Senator Oil/, last Saturday. It makes a very important and much needed innovation in civil and crimi nal proceedure ; an innovation which tlie Code committee attempted to in corporate in section 2,391 of the An notated Code. Ail the defects arc fully met by the bill mentioned, and under its provisions the court and jury may go in a body and inspect all physi cal facts which throw any light upon the issues before them, instead of taking the uncertain and conflicting statements of witnesses as to what those physical facts may be; and the object, place or property so inspect ed must he pointed out and explain ed by the witnesses, who may bo questioned at the time of the inpscc lion as to all physical facts thus brought to view. After discussion, the hill passed by an early unaimous vote. The following is from the Hagers town Torchlight: Man is born of woman, spanked by the hired nurse, jerked round by the schoolmaster and attended with a select and varied assortment of troubles; he linger on luxury’s lap until nis parental ances tors fire him out to begin Ins battle with the world. Hu becomes editor of a country newspaper, his friends promise to assist him, but in the hour of need he finds that promise, like 3-cenl chimneys, are easily bro ken, If he refuses to be social with Tom, Jim and Jack they say he is stuck up, and if be makes intimates with everybody he is courting public favor. If he publishes all the news, science, statistics, foreign reports n<l outlook, they say lie is too fresh. If he doesn’t make a personal of every one in town they feel slighted, and if he does he will finally run across some man who does not like to be personalized and gels his head punche,., Asa representative of the Dress he must endure the aflliclion of dead-head-ism from the bn 1- , stage, society, individuals and corporations. It is expected to give strength to the weak, eyes to the blind, clothes to the naked, bread to the hungry, etc. It is asked to cover up infirmatics, hide weakness, winking at c/uacks, bolster up all dull, sapheaded politi cians and flatter the vain. It is in short, to be all things to all men, and if it looks for any reward it is denounced as mean and sordid. There is no interest under the whole heavens that expected to give as much to society without pay or thanks ns the press. When a Republican says, “I knew all the time that the House would pass the Wilson bill,” he acknowl edges that be has been talking through his head-gear for weeks. A M.iiiiitiirlnm's View. Mr. J. H. .Sargent, of New Haven, is the largest manufacturer of hard wuie in the Upitcd Stales. He is also one of the most pronounced ad vocates of low tariff. His articles on the subject have done much to strengthen the cause of tariff reform, because they arc practical and prove how protection hinders our mduslri* a I progress. Recently somebody started the report that Mr. SargenlJ had chang ed his tai iff views. He was asked by a representative of the New Ha ven I’alladium, a staunch protection ist organ, if the report was correct. Hu replied emphatically that he had by no means changed his position on the tariff, but that he was more in favor, of reduced duties than ever. He expieased himself very strongly in favor of the Wilson bMI and said: “Let me get the materials cheaper and I’ll be able to make the goods cheaper and sell more. Then I'll need more help end I’ll have to pay at least fair wages to get and retain them. American push and energy will always enable the workmen to produce so much more in proportion than those of any oilier country that they will bo worth more to their fel low-men.’’ Mr. Sargent like many other man ufactures, has learned from exper ience that the promises of protection are a delusion and a snare. Americans anti Rebels light. A battle took place Tuesday be tween the American war vessels, un der Admiral Henliam, and the rebel ships, under l)e Gamma, in Uio buy. It is said that l)c Gamma would not allow American merchant vessels to land at the piers. Admiral Henham said he would protect them and when they started to the pier the insurgent ship fired at them. Admiral Itcnham promptly let loose one of his small guns. The shell struck the stern post of the rebel ship with a crash that must have unpleasantly surprised the Brazilians, who were unused to gunners who hit their tar get at the first discharge. Without any more ado, and with all the speed possible Do Gamma signalled that he would cease firing and doubtless he coupled it with a fervent prayer that the yankce tars would sec lit to do the same. It was well he did so, for Captain Biovnson was just preparing to give the rebel the benefit of a full broad side his big guns, but noting the sig nal, he mercifully forebore. This shows that Uncle Sam’s Eagle will not stand any foolishness. The negroes of the South are mak ing great educational progress, and the facilities for be eh development now available for them are large and are increasing grea ly. There are now more than 25,500 schools for negroes in the southern states proper, and 111 them at least 2,250,000 ne groes have learned to read, and, gen erally, to write. Last year there W'ere in these schools 238,000 pupils and 20,000 teachers. There are also in the south 150 schools for the ad vanced education of negroes, and seven colleges with ncgio presidents and negro faculties. The persistent cough which usual ly follows an attack of the grip can be permanently cured by taking Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy. W. A. McGuire of MeCay, Ohio, says; “La Grippe left me with a severe cough. After using several differ ent medicines without relief, I tried Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy, which effected a permanent cure. I have laso found it to be without an equal for children, when troubled with colds or croup. 25 and 50 cent hol lies for sale by T. L. Evans corner of Union and Front streets. Electricity is n< w being utilized for killing homeless dogs and cats at Hartford, Ccnn, In the rear of the police station there is a cage just large enough for a dog to stand in, fitted up electrical connections. The forefeel of the animal rest upon one electrode and his hind feet upon an other, and when be is in position an electric current is switched on, and he is put to death on the same prin ciple as criminals arc executed. Governor Stone has extended the session of the Legislature for ten days. As this body is costing the State one thousand dollars per day it means an additional expense of ten thousand. NO 5. Persistent Publicity. i A man oats a bucketful iof loud a week. Mnke I him ont rt half bucketful " on Monday and a half on Wednesday, and nothing be tween and lie’ll starve to death or die of stomachache. In the continuity of every thing is the success of it par lieiilarly advertising. Von should not only insert new advertisements in every issue of your livest local paper —a paper like The Ska Coast Echo —but to your patrons and friends away you should speak to upon printed stationery. Don’t try to do business without it. The Echo’s job office is the place to have such L work done. Send for our ■ i new price list. We never Ii fail to please. f J * >.t 'Plio Echo. Peanuts. The south is Die home of the pea nut, and here it grows to perfection, hut it has not had that attention so far which it should when the profits arising from its cultivation are belter understood. The properties of the peanut arc many, rot only as an edi ble for mankind, but as a fattener for animals, owing to the abundance of oil contained in the nut. Its oil is valuable, much more so than cot ton-seed oil, and the cultivation of the nut on a large scale would amass wealth to its owners, and build up a trade of no mean volume. There is no limit to the quantities which may lie produced or to lands which may be secured at low prices on which to grow these nuts, and the long-leafed pine lands of the south will grow them most luxuriantly. The railroads do more for people Ilian the public knows. If a man has really bought a ticket and loses it, he can generally finish ids ride. .Sickly, young and timid people, too, arc watched to see that they do not gel off at the wrong stations, and last year a little boy traveled alone from New York to San Francisco. Telegrams were sent in advance by railroad authorities to their officers along the lines, and at certain points they boarded the train, saw that ho was well, put him in the right car when changes were made at Chicago and Omaha, directed the conductors to give him berths and sec he got his meals, and the little fellow reached his mother in California after a ride as unadventurous as a trip to Har lem. Avery serious accident happened Saturday afternoon, at Dellslc, near I’ass Christian, to Angelo Cavaginc, the 10-year-old son of Captain Louis Gavagiue, so well known along the coast. The boy was hunting ducks with his gun lying across the scat of the boat. Seeing some game he drew the gun towards him,‘when the ham mer was caught discharging the load in the arm just below the elbow and passing through the joint came out above the elbow. He was brought in Sunday by Mr. Maurice Fahnstock, of Dellsle, and placed under the care of Dr. A. R. Robertson. The lad is in a very serious condition and may probably lose his arm “During the epidemic of la grippe Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy took the lead here and was much better liked than other cough medicine.” 11. M. Hangs, druggist, Chatswortb, 111. The Grip is much the same as a very severe cold and requires pre cisely the same treatment. This Remedy is prompt and effectual and will prevent any tendency of the di sease toward pneumonia. For sale by T. L. Fivans, corner of Union and Front streets. The Timbalier lighthouse' near Houma, has fallen in the Gulf. It cost 8150,000. The terrible storm of Oct. 1, 1893, widened the pass on which it was located, its foundation was undermined and now it is at.the bottom of the sea.