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ssrtt;. . ' rsanc 1 .mTjumi - THE PEOPLE'S PAPER. City Echoes. Closing of the Public School. The closing exercises of Inc public bool took place Thursday evening to n immense audience. Prof. Kagan, the principal having no assists me in the ruining of the purticipniits in the lengthy programme, has inneh credit and thanks due liiiu. The following interest ing programme was presented; Instrumental Duet, "11 C'orr.eola," Lain ilt.il (ieida (iragnon l.ecltuiiim —" Ihe Chai eom Man." Kihliu Henderson I listhenie Drill liy Sixteen Hoys eeitatinn —"True Sneeess,"Pearl Tonlnie , ecitation —“Jack of All Trades.” Pled Ansley liistriinieuttll Solo—" Sans Sonei" Pearl ' Meek I lineitatloti —Deakin llroWn's Ways, I ’] Heeitafioii- The Drunkard's Dream,"! Nona Von 111 K.-eitatioii l'nele llemiis and the Phono-1 graph,' 1 lolm Cliaffe I Dialogue.—“The I'ngratefnl Negro,” Mor-i lie Tun line and Nic Thirty Instrumental Solo—“I.a Fille Du Kegi- metit,’’ Klise Chatle Recitation l'ho Hells of Freedom,” Albert Venn! • i eeitui ini - 'Mow the Fend Hegiin,” Jno. I Maroney | I;"citation- “The New Chun h Organ.'' i .Lillian Meek S' ig—“Spare My Hoy.” ..Voting Ladies Keeitiition —The Wounded Soldier,'' Wal- ter Chisholm Instrumental Duet—"Hlno Danube,” Pearl Meek aid llirilia Ansley Heading—l ’iiclo Diu.iel’a Apparition Nannie (Jrnliani Hoop Drill, by Fourteen (iirla I'. .it at ion—"Uttgnr,” (by Mrs. K. J. N lehidaon,) Lulu (Iragnon Lcfitntion “The Keeper of (lie Light,” | Alice Huron! Instrumental Solo—“Seleclions from Ley-1 bach,” Lnln (Iragnon Dialogue—“A ModclPhotogriiphcr,” Mor timer Tniilme, N’ic Thiery, Keunith Urnlinm i leelaination “Napoleon a I the Pyra mids,” Keunith Graham Our Sunday School Superintendent. mes-Dcmocrat, April 2flth. Among the most jealous Sunday school workers In Mississippi, the name of James llraftuu Sojourner stands r. ■ms the most prominent. Though v ng in the work as a mperlntedeiil, ti has already shown his capabilities as a ler in religious work, lie was burn near Natchez May 18, 1870. In the fall cl 1 887 he moved with his mother and stepfather, J. (). Hutchins, to flay St. 1 ‘ ils, and in IFOI was elected to the pos ition of Sunday school superintendent. Mr Sojourner thougn a young man fur t i position, has l>v fidelity to duly won I, respect and esteem of Ihe community it which he lives, iiesides being the Sunday school sup erintendent, he is also the leading spirit in the Kpworth League of bis church. He has always proven himself the friend of the preacher who has been sent to 111 1 this important appointment No work ever asked of him by the pastof stems irksome to him. The school of which he Is the leader is oae of the host conducted In the State. The teachers with whom he has surround ed himself arc devoted and consecrated to their work. The singing is excellent and l he order of the school is remarkable. In business Mr, Sojourner is equally prompt and faithful. Ashamed of no honest work, ho has, since boyhood, been the support of a widowed mother. He i t a partner in a lucrative business In Bay St. Louis Mr. Sojourner Is a young gentleman of much promise to the church, and to his community as well. Catholic Mission. The Mission at the Catholic church be gan Sunday night and has continued all t ie week with a splendid attendance by men, women and children, all of whom have been much beuetlttcd and gained a (treat deal. The conductors o( the week’s oterciso.s are Uev. Fathers Kern and Smith of the Iledeinptotist order. Waveland Whispers. Mi s. 000. I.Uolc and daughter, Miss Caioinie, were over Tuesday. M md Mrs. I’itard and family spent t-'i-i i > at “Fine NoOk.” Mi I. \V. Turner, of New Orleans, hn i 'tiled tile Uordm residence lor the r un mer. Mr, and Mrs. Kimcr were over Sin clay. ' 1 K. Moore aud sous were amoug f, i . iy visitors. Mr H I’. Dart aud his two boys spent Si day belt. .Vi. < Fairchild was over Saturday. Mi I: J. Itoss, of the linn of Martl n ■■■ v K isg, Now Orleans, was here Wed nesday. Mis H. Dudley Coleman and son, 11. 1) idley, Jr., spent Saturday and Sunday a* "Hu Home.” ■- Kdward Itonrgeois received the g. in- lal given by Uev. Father Lednc for ro liar attendance at church; Misses Alie ■ : \ ij Utrbara Knight received silver medals. Mi F. 0. Koscnsiream, a prominent New Orleans merchant and who owns a lovely summer home here, was among tl,c Saturday visitors. Mr. Uosop stream's property, waich is very pret ty, is situated on the beach, near Nl- holsiMi avenue: the grounds arc laid out in ornamental walks, the flower gar <,"n " ont! ' ln * "'“uy rare aud costly plants, I id thc Osh pond, wbtidi Is a recent ad- IH'on, is quite in attraction. Mr. Hosonslream has spared no expense In the way of beautifying his home of Democratic Executive Committee. lby Bt. Louis, Miss., April 93,1895. Pursuant tu u call of tin- chairman of the Deuiocratlc Executive Committee of I Hancock county. Miss., a meeting wax held at the courthouse uf mud eounty.uml 'at liicli were present the following members were present, to-wit: District No. 1, Ernest Russ, C. C. Gray; District No. 8, John W. Smith, W. 11. ' •Slayilun; District No. 3, J. L. MeGehee ami J. L. McOehee, proxy for A. .1. Stew - snj Diitrhst No. i, P. J. ManttVsy; Dis triet No. r>, J. F. Cnxeuouvo ami K. 11 llotlinami; Couuty-st-large. A.G. Steven son. I’. J. Ladner aim J. A. Favre proxy for T. M. Fnvre. On motion J. K. Ca/eneuvs was re eleeteil diamuau and K. H. llo.lii.a ill fccrjfary of said comuiltlve. Iho following resolution was i itru ilneed by I*. J. Mauffray, and upon mo Mon (VM*d, to-wit i Homo I veil, That the Democratic nomi nees tor county anti heat offices of linn eoek c omity ahall he selected in a prim-t -ry election te tie held at the yur.ons vot ing precincts in said county on Saturday, July li, 1895. Resolved, That none but registered Deni icratic voters, ipialilied to vote un der the laws of tbs State of Mississippi shall ho permitted to vote in said elee ■ tioa; and each person ottering to vote shall take and subscribe to the following übligi.tion: "lam a Dumoreat and upon my honor pledge true faith and alleg iance to the principles of the Democratic party mid its nominees to he selected for the several State, district, county end heat officers to lie "oted for at the gener nl November (1895) election.” Resolved, That said primary election shall be conducted and held in the same manner us elections are now held under the State laws; except that voting booths and official ballots shall not lie required. Resolved, That a report shall he made by llm persons holding said election ‘o the chairman of the Democratic Execu tive Committee by B o’clock p, in. on tbe llth dav of .Inly. 1895, Said report shall be in writing, under oatb, averring its correct news, and shall be accompanied by the original ballots and list of voters made at the time of voting. Unsolved, That the Democratic Exe cutive Committee of said county shall up point three managers, two clerks and one pence and ret urning officer in each voting precinct for said election, and vacancies shall he li I loti in the manner provided by law for holding general elections, U 'solved, That the chairman of the Democratic Executive Committee, with the assistance of the secretary of said committee, shall prepare lists of qualified voters from the poll hooks in the office u f the Registrar of Hancock county and shall send the said lists, certified to by them, together with ballot boxes and stationary to the various pto-loots at least one entire day before holding said eh Ctiou. Cpen motion, duly seconded, the fol lowing was imssed: Resolved. That in order to defray the expense of holding said primary election, including printing of tickets, the chair man and secretary are directed to pro rate said expense among the various cat didates, and each of said candidates when notified of his pro rata share <d said expense, he shall pay the same to the chairman of this committee at Hay St. Louis on or before June 25. 1895, and un less said amount be paid on said ditto his name will not be printed on tickets. Following resolution was introduced by A. G. Stevenson and passed. Resolved, That the chairman of the Democratic Executive Coramiltoeof Han cock county bo and is hereby instructed to call a mass meeting to ne held at the courthouse to sclocr dele gates to a con vention to uonmidto a candidate for dis triet attorney fur the 2nd Judicial district whenever said convention is called to meet by the chairman of tbe District Ex ecutive Committee. On motion it was ordered that proceed ings of this meeting bn published in the Gulf Coast Progress mid Sea Coast Echo. Moved and seconded that the meeting adjourn. Joseph F. Cazenenvc; Attest; Chairman. E. H. Hoffmann, Secretary- Circuit Court, The regular session of the county Circuit court convened here Mon i day morning, Judge Terrell on the bench, District AUoruery James 11. Neville, pro secuting attorney. Tin' attendance has been large and the session of six days Is of Importance and interest. At the hour of going tu press, the following are the eases which have been disposed of: Mrs, A. Qulutliii convicted for failure to keep a stock register. Mary L. Mitchell, of Nicholson, vs Young Stevenson, ot the same place, ver dl I for plaintiff. Clem Pitman vs NorthEastcruK.il., | for damages for killing stock, perempto ry Instructions were given by the court i lor the defendant. Case of Calvin Williams ys same com juny, result as above. Albert Tancru ys Sarah Richardson, assumpsit, S6O, 'non-suited, John Puuton,“murder, acquitted. The Stale vs James Peters, alius Negc, malicious assault, 10 years iu State jieni tebliary. , Sam Williams. Friday Porter and Dan Megchcc, colored, tor buglurv, 5 years cadi. John Allred., robbing store at Pearling ton. 3 years. The Grand jury, Charley Gray, fore man, adjourned yesterday afteruOuU, after having examined 82 witnesses. 15 true bills were found. The orohaus’ annual excursion from Mobile will go to Pass Christian this year year Instead of Hay St. Louis. Tickets are out for the Minerva May Festival. A number of candidates for State offi ces visited Bay St, Louis during the week, but did not tarry long, hence could have seen but few of the' dear jtcople” whose suffrage they were hankering for. To the Ladies. We extend our thanks and appreciation to Um Ladle.-, Home Mission and Par- mage Society for the gift ol a cblque office chair which was received this week A few ot our Northern visitors are stll lingering In Hay St. Loots. They seem Jo enjoy our beautiful Spring weather quite as much as lht<y did the compara tively mild winter from winch wu have just emerged. j The sign -‘For Kent" is coming down from a few houses every duy, indicating that intending summer visitors have se cured them for llm sultry months. E rly inquiries, too, for p aces give promise of a good season. Capt P K. Mayers, of Democrat S ar fame, was down from I trillion Monday evening, distributing Ida genially to many of his friends who were fortunate to meet him. . We understand that the L- & N. road will run ns first Wednesday excursion from New Orleans about the middle of May. Sickness having visited The Echo stuff during the week, Ihe touscq encc fs a di unh of local items. A location for a weekly newspaper. Address Frank l. Knapp, Elk Point, S. Dakota, or to The Echo. Location must lit* below the cen t-ral part of Mississippi. FIFTH ANNUAL STATEMENT’"' —OF TIIK— People’s Building and Loan As sociation, of Bay St- i_ouis. Mississippi. Cash .Statement Receipt For the liseal yenr ending March 3, 1895. Cash hal.lnstnim’l Htalo’t; 501 31 Installment uee’t, series A 1353 (HI " “ " II 201 00 “ “ “ C 202 90 . i. .. j) , 1;i a) “ " '• E 111 fit) “ “ “ F 83 -10 “ “ “ G 310 20 “ “ “ 11 133 40 2611 30 Inteiost “ •* A 278 50 5l 50 “ " “ C 12(1 20 “ “ “ 1) 22 00 “ “ •< E 89 80 “ “ •< F 84 50 “ " “ G 55 0(1 “ “ “ II 150 “ on taxes & ins,, 3 55 OB J 55 Fines 18 70 Loan deposit forfeited,.. 5 00 Insurance repaid, 32 50 Taxes repaid, 22 03 Attorney fees on deeds.. 27 50 L’n repaid Loft Herrin. 129 Hi Cash received by ex-secre tary—no entry 8 15 Warrant No. 139, return ed by G. Pinochet, 4 0.5 Warrant No. 181. over draft, excess returned, 1 25 8920 54 Less ain’t for ms. prom., tin warrant drawn 4 5) (3522 04 lIIMU'IISI'.MKXTS. Paid to borrowers, 2505 00 Paid overdraft warrant, No. 181 1 25 Paid withdrawals, 802 20 Paid expense account,... 220 55 3649 q 0 •d’cli 2,’95. Hal, in tr’snry, 248 34 Cash in hands of seciet v, 24 70 278 04 3022 04 t’AI'ITAI. ASSISTS. Loans secured by deeds of treat on real estiL 14500 00 Loans seen red by do s of trust on stuck; .... 200 (10 C sh In treasury, 248 34 Cash in hands of see’y., 24 70 14973 04 I.IMIILITIKS. Installment oeo’t.sevics A 9442 99 “ “ “ H 1348 51 “ " C 96!) 81 “ “ 1) 011 10 “ “ ” K 230 10 “ “ “ F 213 04 “ “ “ O 310 20 “ “ H 133 40 . , 13259 81 1 share paid up stock,... 100 (X) 13359 81 Net earnings tor the yr., Hi is 23 14978 04 STOCK. Shares iii force in scries A 201 “ “ 11 •• “ H S3 I. 11 (4 41 44 JJJJ 4. 44 44 44 44 ], 44 44 .4 44 ,4 J,; j„ “ *• “ “ •• f ii “ “ “ •< " (1 4-y “ “ “ “ " II 02 Total 424 Detailed Statement of Profits. Premium account, 035 01 Interest • 002 55 Fines, “ 18 70 Forfeit. “ 28 CO Witbdruwls, "surreiided stock and deeds, 488 93 Gross Prollts, 1883 78 Less expenses, 220 55 81013 23 Apportionment of I’roUts. Series A to G inclusive, shares 302 Less delinquent shares, 47 816 Dio 00 Series 11. shares 02 46 50 For reserve fund, , c,21 78 **•> lif 23 Dividend per share, se-.. lies A to G inclusive, 3 00 Dividend per share, H., 75 JOHN A. BREATH, Secretary. App oved by auo. Kkli.br, John Osoinacu, Special Committee. Hay St. Louis, Miss., April 1, 1805. E. W. MORItIL, Insurance-:-Agency fob Mississippi coast, " BILOXI. MISS. Representing the strongest ana most liberal companies in the world. Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Cos., lus ...... of England. • Royal Cos., Liverpool, Eng Phoenix Ins Cos ...Brooklyn, N V. Pheouix Assurance Cos London, Eng 11 itford Fire Ins Co.,..Hartford, Conn. Mechanics’ & Ti ders’ lus Cos. N. O’., La United Udderw-liters Ins Cos., Atlanta, Oa N O Ins Association New Orleans St. Paul German Ins Cos., St. Paul, Minn Losses are paid cash without discount rnd without waiting tho usual 60 days Llvlne On Kbies. |xve-in-r-cottage people, who thiak they oin live uu bread uu<> cleceo and klnst-s, may uot bo no far out Of the way, if there in plenty of bread, tor It hen (men shown that kisses nro good for digestion. In England, a learned person named A. Bridget, M. 1). F. K. P., who has been wriliny to Cassell’s Journal on the sub ject, says that, ‘-m the net of kissing we encounter only henetieent organisms.” ami adds that “tho advantages of kissing outweigh its infinitesimal lisk, for it pri vities ns wifn mierohes useful for diges tion " Now let the man with dyspopsiaget someone to kiss him. if sneh n in in a get any one or someone to kias him, and ItR himself with benelleent organisms, and lieeumc a good-sloniai lied and happy man. -CISALE! Ono I'lnsli I'nrlor Sfi. In TMww ■loll ■:• in k< ts. A| in) in MM* A|km I . < 111>~. lirueorj . l arnrr ■ln Unci s riinii si roots, NIM I WILL NOT HR LIABLE FOR ANY I bill* contracted 'n im Minn of Hdbn A Scroll alter (lie 201 li day i t AWH. A. W. Noon. Hulkloln Hull, W)r. THE SERVICES OK MY RRGIHTKK. cd Holstein Bull, •‘.Major” are offered at t 2.60 per season. I), t'. Yonng.o', Arltoglob Dilry Knim. Nenlocl Proposal*. Bav St. Louis, April 19, 1895. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL HR BE- Ceived for Hie framing, wealhei Ixmrdli g roofing and flooring of the new Victim dlst church, according to the plans and aped Mention* on tile at the Methodist pasnu.ge Said sealed pro. osala to bc opuned on the first day of May at S o’clock p. m. Registration Notice- Under and by virtue of the law* of the State of Mississippi, in reference tn regis tration of voters, the undersigned Regis trar of voters for Hancock moldy. Mi*, sissippi, will lie at ‘.liefollowing pine >s on the dale's spcrillod, for the pnipnmi of re gistering voters of the several voting arcs, to-wit; ilil’rceinet No. 1, in Heat No. 1, at Pearl gton, Wednesday, May 22nd. I’ eeiiiet No. 2, in Bent No, 2, at Uainos ville, Tlinrsdnv, May 24. Precinct No. ft, in Beat No. 2, at Nivliol sou, Ti’-nlnv, J noli. I’recti e. No. 1, in Heat K,. 14, at Pine Utove Cb.ireh, Wednesday, June 12. Preulnc No. 5, m Bent No. 3, -sit Lacey, Friday, June 14 I’reeliict No. fi, in Heat No. 3, at IJree land & Hcrliliy’s mill, Tuesday, May 14 Precinct No. 7. in Heat Np. 4. at Parker, Wednesday, May 15 Pmeinct No. 3, in Bent No. 4, at Ker go/.ein’s store, Tin rsday, May Ilk Preelnel No ft, in Beat No. 4, ot Old Kiln, Friday May 17. Prenetnt No. id. in Bent-No. 5, at the eoiirtlioiiMc in Bay St. lax is, Monday, June 17. This is a general registration aiyl un less you are regisleied yon cannot vote. Voters, however, now legislated for elec tion precinct In win li they reside, need not re-register Witness my signature, March 23, 1305. K. H. Hoki masn. Rtgidrnr of Hnneoek I until j, Mhs DENTIST. yy E. WALKER, D. 1). S., Northrop Building, over post ofliec, Pass Christian, Mississippi. Office hours—7 to Ba. in 9a. in. to 1 p. m:2to (> p. m., except, Mondays. Bay St. Louis Office—Mondays, 8 n. in. to 1 p, m., 2 p. in. todp. m. In ease of an emergency patients will he scon without ini appointment, though it is better to write or telegraph in ad vance, , iTTEMM To Parties Owning IHormtV’ Mutes Du. j, x. Sylvester, Veterinary Surgeon, Sylvester’s Specific For Bo Is, Coin; and Tympanites In horses aud mules. The bett remedy medi cal science has dlscovend. For sale by J. B. Ulnian.Wavclacd, and J Edward Hanson, Pass Christian. JJ J. TURNER, Physician# Surgeon, Office—Head of Union street, next to old post, office building, BAY ST. LOWS MISS OiTtcir llui.'ui—From to 10 a. m. and 2 to 3 p. in. GULF COAST MARKET, KREPS CONS I'ANTLV CHOICE BEEF, ¥Ol/, Ntt AMD MUTTON. Orders taken every (-waning at. custom eis’ residences. Markynhig! delivered at residence. Meat,hi.he hail at all Hours of the day. - r . HEAD OF MAIN STREET. BAY ST. LOUIS. MISS. R. G. L. MITCHELL, DENTIST. Office; Front Street near Hooktcr Ave nue, Hay St. Louis, Miss. Oilers liis professional sot vices to the citizens of Hay St,Louis an (It ho surround ing country. Terms reasonable ami'Satis action guaranteed in every instance. W. L. Douglas ; $3 SHOE •£££££, And other specialties for AST tL Ccntlomcn, Ladles, Boys JWf. \ and Misses oro the J B Best in the World. f;V' J Son descriptive advortlse ii.) I meat which appears in thia Take Be Snhstltate. Insist on having W. L, DOUGLAS’ SHOES, with. Biuno and price stamped on bottom. Bold by Mrs. O. 1 lailchat. yiichenora Antisspils v% cf\annlT Will curt.Coiic, Cramps ChoUrsk Morbwst/FJuX. For sale bv all druggists. GASTON G. GARDEBLED~ Contractor ■—.Guilder Contracts takonfor small and large jobs A liberal share of patronage solieilif. Residence at (iurdchled’s drug store Bay. St Louis Miss. Railroad Fare Paid One Way By Wyatt’s Business, Collogo MERIDIAN MISS., We do not teach buck keeping with dry text books beeauae nil they con tain is unlike real business. All llut transactions are unreal, ft • lluous and wholly imaginary. The text brck student does not make a record of any real transaction; he go's no practice at doing the real work that is do.’e in bcsinesa. By our system of actual buatnes -practice we can give a student ten linies more actual business know- in three iiionthsiliaii any text book settool can give in ten month*. Send for Circulars. L. A- WYATT, President- J. A. & J. O. Mauffray, dealers in Dry Goods, Notions, Gents Furnish ing Goods. Shoes, Etc Fine Oreee Good* and Gent* Fur niehinq Goode a Sjiei iulty. All out goods are new and of the last designs and we are selling at re markably low prices. Li , ' us a call and we will please you. Tlao Senate, Store mi Front head of Main Street*. BAY ST LOU.S, MISS. L. A. doMONTLUZIN, Chemist anti Pharmacist, IIKAt.KII IN DRUGS, CHEMICALS AND PATENT MEDICINES. PERFUMERY TOI LET ARTICLES, ETC., SPECTACLES. CANDIES. Cigars and Tobacco. Soda and Mineral Waters, Front near Main Streets, —liny St. Louis, Miss. PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY- J. P. FOSTER, Bronzer, House and Carriage PAINTER, BtaSCS-liop; At Fireman’s hall, Bay St. Louis, Mins. Don’t Slop Tobnrro. The tohnceo habit grow s on n man un til till, nervous system is seriously afleetrd, impairing health, eomfort and happiness. Toipnt suddenly is too -severe a shock to the system, as tohaeeo, to an inveterate user heeonn s a stimnlant that his system rontinnally oruvin. Haco-Cmo is a'anien lillc cure for tho tobacco habit. In all its forms carefully compounded after the formula of an eminent Berlin Physician who has used it in lus private practice since 1373 without a failure,purely vege table and guaranteed perfectly harmless. Yon can use ail the tobacco you want, while taking Dueo-Ciiro, it will no: ify yon when to stop. Wo give a written guar antee to permanently euro any ease with three boxes, or refund tho money with '0 per cent, interest, Hnco-Cnio is is no substitute, but a scientific cure, and cures without the'aid of will power the with no inconvenience. It leaves the system as pure and iree from nicotine as the day you took jour (list chewed smoko, stold by all druggists, with an ironclad guarantee,at #I.OO per box,three boxes, (tintty days treatment,) #3.5t1,0r sent direct upon receipt of pi ice. Send six two cent stamps for sample hex,book let and proofs free. Eureka Chemical At Manufacturing Company, Mannfclu rilig Chemists, La Crosse, Wisconsin. Chronic Nervousness Could Not Sleep, Nervous Headaches. Gentlemen:—l have boon taking your Restorative Nervine for the past three months and I cannot say enough In its praise. It has Saved Hy Life, for I had almost given up hope of ever being well again. I WU3 a chronic sufferer from nervousness and could not sleep. 1 was also troubled with nervous headache, and had tried doctors in vain, until I used your Nervine, mrs. M. wood, Rtngwood, m. Dr. Miles’ Nervine Cures. guarantee that the fir's” bottle”will ’Sonet? Alt druggists sell It at *l. bottles for lit, or H will be sent, prepaid, on receipt of urirn hjrUioDr.Miles’ Medical Oo.,Elkhart.^lmt 0 L. OUVAR! ** BBAI.ER IN General • Merch BAr BT. LOUIS. MISS. i #6S”'Gmises tn rent summer and winter. 'I he eoniiiUMlioiiN hotel in delightfully situated mi the venre of n, . coiner !• mill nml Villon Greets tf Wa the liiont eoniloiMihle r L’.!' ' 'u' , * r i i|iiHiii|iiisseil table. Open the.vein- round, with excellent luiemin lodmj.'' :, 'i lien mid transient, lion idem. Hoard and lodging, hv the di ‘"Mm, 1-or Imllier | mrHenlni'H apply to MKS. A. ALLEN, Hoy g, “('’"'h. Gardebled’s Drug StowT Cor, Main and Tonlmo Street* Hay St. Louie, Miss. A f ,dl and *oek o/ Drays, Patmt Medicines, Toilet a art Fane, \ tidrs, Stationery, Viyars, Tobacco. Dai,,/,, Oils, Lrushes, Kir. k J‘[ tin'll I o.i ha and. 1 M Eagle Win g Restauran t, JOS. GUIS IT, PROPRIETOR, hirst-class meals at all hours. Oysters, Fish and Soft Shell Crabson band. Count, T custom solicited. Polite attendance and moder ate rates. Lodging. FRONT NEAR WASHINGTON, BAY ST. LOWS, MIS! mobile hook sash & bund Factorv MANUFCTUBEKB OF Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Door and Window Frames, Plain and Fancy Mantles, Dealers in Builders’ Hardware, Window (i,nfl8 > Putty and Pure Mixed Paints. F. C. TURNER & CO., Cor. St. Anthony & Water Sts., Mobile Ala wmwwwMwww mmmm k. ORUOKs ESTABLISHED 1870. \ A. Cerdes & Bro.. Sail Makers & Dealer in Cotton Doi, 306 and 307 Ju’ : a Street, New Orleans. Ui Ui iUiUUi iiiUi iAiIMWWWWi IT'S INJURIOUS TO STOP SUDOKN ■ip\ IV VOMITS ly rnd ** on ’* he ini l>°Be‘l "P o, ‘ l >y buying J| *]|(( )| ' I 11 reniwly Hint requires you to do so, as u LNJ Ji n nothing more than a substitute. In the . Hidden stoppage of tobacco you must have |l (I II effect of ihe stimulant, be it opium mor -11 '\Jr 11 mlilho or n< li>>r opiates, leaves afar worse TOBAC^ii^i tobacco with Haco-curo. It win notify you when u. ,top mid your desire for tcbaceo will cease. Your ®ytem will be as free from nicotine ns the day before you took your first chew or smoke. An iron-clad written guarantee to absolutely cure the to bacco balm in all its forms, or moo ,y refunded. Price SI.OO per box or 3 boxes (bO days treatment and gu "n ee cure) $2. A0 For sale liy all druggists or will lie sent by mail upon receipt of Drier. nvocent stamps for sample box. Booklets and proof’s free, Kuieka Chemical <S M’f’g Cos., ! ■■ t ■,....j 5 , Offli-o of The I’loiu. r I’m -i. Company, <\\ i , > ,|,t, Kniohn t'heiuieid and MTgC'o., I.e ',., . Wi. . ■ 1894. Hear Sirs—l have been a tobacco lie,id i'm- many l am,., the asttwo yeais have HiuoVed fifteen tn tneiit\(i,.,.HM n , . A . lervmn system Iteeamo nflbctwl, until m\ j.li* ■ - ion |.„i,; i Ui .'v,,,' : .finbno CO lur the t.lniu hui'ig. a teas;, In-i -,• rdlod mid various nt her lenradlos. bat iviitimir sow , ,r . ‘•PaoO-CUIO." Hiree wieks ago 1.. i to-d iy consider myself perfectly cured; I mu in . ■ . orrilde craving tor tobacco, which every iiiveii-rott sued , . ,| v j,. lt me. I eousideryour‘Ulitco Euro” siiiiply ivmid. ii, s ~i ~~ . |( f j t Vm", .■ Mm 1 . \V. li'iRNtCK. Railroad Exchange, Fhj W..UJ, Liqu ors, Cigars and Tobacco Ice cold bosr constantly on hand Hay Kt. Louis, M,ina! %- |U O OTHER Sarsaparilla can pro ■ ™ duce from actual cures such won derful statements of relief to human suffering as HOOD’S Sarsaparilla HENRY’S HOUsiT 433 —St. Charles Street, near Po.yilrijß Now Orleans, L;v. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT, LODGING AT KKa3O NABLE RATE HENRY HELLMERS, Prop. OrOulf const patronage solicited. D. B;~SEAL. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Practices in alljiea Coast counties. Okkick: Union near Hancock streets BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. SIBOO.OO GIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. v tymoTiOi given away M any one who ap* plies throvlgh its (hf the molt meritnrio '• i stent during Ihc- mouth preceding. „ . XVo st'oiirn the* befit. f( .tirrlieniii and the object of this, offer is to *. ■ inventors W keep hack ct ihe*r blight i • Vi :: amcumee* Wish to imp re iijj- . the pjoibUc the 1 v.t durt IT’S THE S!M?L!;,i i-fA O. ! y'ENTIONS THAT' VlOi: • nES, such as the "car-wine . 1 t. 1. . -be canty did up and down without breaking to- passenger s "sauce-pan," " collar-button,'" “u it-lock, ’ "bott*- stopper, and a thousand otic ’ ’I, flings that raw any one can find a way of imp. no *hr' inventions are the ones that bi ’ ' t returns to we author. Try to think ofsomctl. mvcnl. IT IS NOT SO HARD A a If SEEMS. Patents taken out through us rcc *ivespecial notice m the" National Recorder/’ published at Washington, D. C., which is the best newspaper published in , e **? ♦n the interests of inventors. We furnish a year Rcriprion to this journal, free of cost, to all our ciien We also advertise, free of cost, the invention each tn which wins our $l5O prize, and hundreds of thou-* of copies of the "Nationnl Recorder,' containing sketch of the winner, and a description of his lnvc " . will be scattered throughout the Untied States n I cartalists and manufacturers, thus bringing to attention the merits of the invention . , All communications regarded strictly confidential. Address JOHN WEDDERBURN & CO-. Solicitor, ol American and Foreign Petenu. 618 F Street. N. W., Box 385. Washington. D. 4- tgr Reference-editor of this tJer. It nle/orour jo-pofe pamphlet, /REE.