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THK PEOI’I.B’s PAm. City Echoes, New advertisements appear In this issue. Mr. I. Levy of ratlersonnillo, La., is hero. Handsome John Himoud has been In New Orleans this week. 'Hie 81. J isepb Aeadeiny will lasgln its next session on Septembers. Mr. C. C. Hurt has accepted the agen cy of the Louisiana Troy Cos. Mr.C.J. Hahn, representing Wolf of j New Orleans, was here thin week. Miss Ponselto, of New Orleans, Is visit ing her cousin, Miss Philo Moult. Mr. Luyort Clark Is here from Mobile, and bis many friends gladly welcome him. Mr, Henry Stevenson, of Nicholson, wis a welcome visitor to the Day this Week. iiertin Albert, son of Mary and Charles Po.ieh, burn October 4. ISli", died Sunday last. I’ev, Father Alphonse spent Monday in New Orleans in Hie interest of the com ing church (estival, y Clio hoard of mayor and aldermen have been in session nil the week, equalizing the assessment rolls, Mr. Manly Blnlze, after a slay of two weeks at home, returned Sunday night to his post of du'y In New Orleans. Mr. Charles Roseh has moved his har bor shop next to the Bay St. Louis Mar- , kut. In the Combel building. Tuesday ali*| Wednesday were the hot test days of the stfason. Wonder winrj was the “oldest Inhabitant?” UK*- Mrs. Kobeil Brooks W,- i'' ; Wien, of New Orleans, arc In Wavelnmr *&,..arming the summer at Dr. Smith's cottage. 1 Mr. R. Guerra has remed the building head oi Main street, and will soon open the place as a first-class shaving parlor. Mrs. O. Sange has been In New Orleans during the week, replenishing her milli nery stock preparatory to the grand fall opening. The Echo gladly learns of the recovery •of Its friend and valuable citizen, Mr. C. Halt, who has been 111 for some time. Mr. Gns E. McCone, manager of the New Orleans Morning Star, is registered with his wife for the seasonal the Bird Cage Cottage* The gale of Wednesday evening put the post office building in a somewhat uneven position, and the proprietor at ouc hud the supports strengthened. The people of our city will learn with mugh soirow of th; illness of their ex mayor, Capt, J. V. Tonlme, An early recovery Is sincerely wished. Dandinff !s an exudation from the pores of the skin that spreads and dries, form ing scurf and causing Hie hair to full out. Hall’s Hairßeuewtr cures It. .fudge J. E. Saucier, who has one ot the finest gariUwft amt-rehards of the The Echo with a libentk triple of his Lecompte pears, the largest we have ever seen. I t speaks well for an article when the tjnnger It Is used Hie belter it is liked. INuch is the ease with Ayer’s Hair Vigor. People who have been using It for years, ;could not bo induced to try any other dressing for their hair, because it gives shell perfect satisfaction. The Echo staff has been favored with VBie compliments of the Sea Shore Lodge, K of 11., No,; 8907, of Pass Christian, to attend a garden par.y and dance to he given Wednesday, August ILTh, at Magno lia hotel. The proceeds will be appro ve luted to tile relief fund. A number of ■ t f our young people will Itteud. J|,.Alr. P. J. Chnppnls, mayor of Crowley, J.aj., and a p .leiiuut attorney of that ”n tion, Is summering here and enjoying much needed rest. While Pro > ley has a. p q.ntaiii n o about 2600, Mr. Chnppnls te.iß ns that his town has a hank with a Auj ia I (if about i 100,000, end water works and electric lights are about to be til led to the ninny late Improvements. The cm lons in astronomical facts anu phenomena should watch the skies dining these bright evenings as the period of the August meteors is near at hand. Thcs are usually observed in greatest number on the night of the 10th, but the advanced guild of the fiery visit, n maces it's ap pearance several nights earlier. All me well worth seeing. Tlio scorcher is still scou on the streets of liay si. Louis— he is irrep bio. A New Orleans policeman thus . tribes him; “The scorcher is revi r older than 25 and seldom younger thag 18. We have him under arrest about six times a wetk. Ho is the straight-haired, thlu jawed, wild-eyed idiot, with Ids back humped like a mad tom-cat’s tall, who tears down the path with no regard for the safety of others. lie id nearly always long In the legs and tliin. Koine how or other your fat mau is not much on scorch lug When he Is very young we hope he .Will outlive the habit, but when he Is 2s we have no pity for him. ® Ih: fourth annual July festival, given on Thursday of last week, by the Miner va association, was a flue success socially and financially as well. The tables and grounds were well decorated and the fixture of the stage scenes would have done credit to the skill of nu artist, yet it was the worn of Mrs, C. Oardebied who spared no efforts towards the various arrange ments ttiat constituted this magnlllcent success. Mrs. G. A. Levy, Misses Ollie Caldwell, Jessie Caxencuye, Juanneatte Ti lUiard and other young ladles who por trayed the tableaux made pretty pictures, The young gentleman win sold the most tickets was Mr. James Sojourner, having Bold 244 of thern.oouseuuently he la to re. recelveja Columbia bicycle. The Echo wishes to congratulate the ladles upon the succ.'sa that is crowning their efforts, g ad to learn of the flourishing condition of this association an.) glad to know of the good work It Is ,doing. ■ s 'l e teller*’ Institute. Editors Sea Coast Echo, Oeollemcu: Please saj through the columns of your paper that out* annual Institute tvitl be held at Nicholson, Miss., beginning Aug. 31st, and continuing for 6 days. Prof. J. 11, Edmonds will conduct our Institute. He Is a man ol distinguished abilities and an able educator. i his Institute practically is based upon the features that characterizes our fall examinations. The conductors of ’SO have been trained by a special course to mee, this important work and arc prepared to give such Instructions as cannot fail tu bo ol practical help to teachers In the future Therefore 1 beg all teachers tu alien I and receive tin; essential benefits resulting from Ibis Institute. The county Institute is intended primal lally to benefit our county free schools w hich certainly need all the stimulant they can get We ex tend a universal invitation to every one, both male and female, wl*o (eul an Inter est In education, and will say we are ei r talc no pailleipant or spectator will have cause to regret attending, Hespectfully, A. O. Eti vicnson (’o. isupt. of Education, Nicholson, Miss., Aug. 7,18UC. East Tinvday, altera campaign ol con. slderablu activity, the town diction at Wavelaltd look -place. The day passed off very quietly, and very shortly r.fttr the close of live polls the result was made known; us follows: Jddgu E. Lalzer was j elected mayor, Mr. Jules Mazerut aider man llrst ward, Mr. Edmond bourgeois alderman tbiid ward, Mr.\V. imim nl durman fourth ward. X’he result in ti e second waul was a He between Jtfessrs. I llunrgeols and liellewege. Mr. dames 1!. I Ulmau was,re-elected treasurer un i Mr. William Kubr re elected tax-assessor and marshal. These gentlemen, It is safe to say, will all give satisfaction, and The exitntls them warmest feel.i g. To-nlghl there will bo a t the Crescent hotel parlor a dramatic and mus ical entertainment given fur the benefit of the public library. The entertainment Is under the managamcut of that Indefa'gt nlo worker, Mrs. J. V. Tonline who has evinced much taste lu the preparation of the elaborate programme to be presented. Among those who will assist are; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Shields. Mrs. Alice li'lautlr, Master Waldemur Biilee, Mr. and Mrs. Claus Bogel, Mrs. Annie Shields. Misses A, del Uondlo, Qertrndo T.audouvr, fa Teah, H. Fuchs, and Master Willie Cas grave, F.or th.s occasion music will I e furnished by the revenue cultei band. To the management we acknowledge the re ceipt of its compliments to at (end. . I'enrl Klver EcllOrn Sea Coast Echo Unieii' , Misses Emma Koch and Viola Russ tw o of our most charming young ladies, were the guests of the of Now Orleans, the past two weeks. Miss Mary Horsey is entertaining In r friend, Miss Bertlielson, from the Cres cent City. The American schooner, “Chas. Fow ler,” of Galveston, Is taking a cargo of 170,000 feet cf lumber from the wharf here to Progresso, Mexico, \ Mr. It. C. Fieri visited relatives In th? Hay Sunday lasi. Capt, C. C. Gray is spending a fojv weeks at Moss Point, Inspecting lumber for Messrs, Keyset & Cos. Mr. Dan B. Fayru Is just recovering from a severe spell of sickness, dating from .Inly 23. Wo hope he will bealrlght in a very short while. There is a shipment of several million feet of lumber going from here now. Last week there were twelve vessels loading at the wharf, and Poltevcnt & Favre Lum ber Company have Increased their force ot tally men accordingly. We tender congratulations to Mr. D, Luther Russ upon his promotion. His employers nave recognized In him the necessary qualities of a nrst-class lumber man and have placed him on their list of “regular” tallymen. Wo are sure you can give satisfaction, Luther. Thu many friends of Mrs, M. Geiger are glad to welcome her back again after a visit of several weeks to relatives up on the N. O. & N. E. R. It. Lnthcr-Weston Camp No, CG W. of the W. has admitted several now sovereigns recently. Capt. ,T. A. Favie has just returned from a visit to his daughters in Fine Bluff, Ark, an 1 Tyler, Texas. Key. Mr. Powell, the presiding elder of this district, delivered a very fine semion at the Methodist church Sunday eight. Pi a vo i.o . Tito Vicksburg Phantom well observes: Two months ago the democratic party was booked for defeat on every side, and now she is rushing on to victory with the Solid South and the Solid West and the prospect of sweeping a few Northern Stales. m 1 m THE BEA COAST ECHO 8355 SSS3 Q&} gsgg doesall kinds of job print- J3L*SJ * n ß’ If makes a specialty SJJ-MJ iiS2 of commercial printing. Note heads, envelopes, bill beads and statements can Vie had hero us cheap jf xSg us anywhere in the conn & try - AddrcßS THE SEA COAST ECHO ST. STANISLAUS COLLEGE, Bay St. Lotte, Hiss, The next sc'ssiot of St. Stanislaus col- I. lee begins Wednesday, 8e tember 2, I lepaitf ior.>, cominoicial. vanccd I hnMhlj hikJ classical courses. Day scholars, who wish to compete for Die gold n e lals, must enter on Thursaay. September 3,as only those who eider on ia'u. umdali ‘ 8,lo "' , -‘ 1 to compete for For terms amt particulars apply at, ivUlJvgv. S ]•> PAUL’S CASH STORE. In low prices. I lead others follow. Everything th ■ cheapest and best. Icar jy a lull Hue of fancy audstuple groceries I oon out for price list, and In the mean time give me a call. I> AI „. C< mivl Cor. (Godchildren ami Hancock Sts. DELICATE*”!!* PKAX3yiET.T?’ FEMALE REGULATOR, IT IS A SUPERB TONIC and ‘ymiffc a wonder!it] influence in str,eugifcc.ing her system by tlrongh the proper chan nA ““purities. Health and fwwioin arc Guaranteed to result Inn fits use. d^KSW^^sasawiis Bniiiiii u* itF.eniAYOR to., Atlanta, ga. ScMtv AH at ft.CO par Lottie. THE OLDEST AND THE BEST Cough-cure, the most prompt and effective remedy for diseases of the throat and lungs, is Ayer’s Cherry I ectoral. As an emergency medi tcine, for the cure of Croup, Sore Throat, Lung Fever and Whooping Cough, AYER’S Cherry Pectoral cannot be equaled, E. M. Brawley, D. D., Bis. Sec. of the American Bap tist Publishing Society, Petersburg, Va., endorses it, as a cure for violent colds, bronchitis, etc. Dr. Brawley also adds: To all ministers suffering from throat troubles, I recommend AYER’S Cherry Pectoral Awarded Medal at WorMVYair. AVER’S PILLS Cura Llwind slomaoh Troubiei S I AM HE HE ) <TO STAY! \ ) Bicycles to hire at C ? 25 Cts, an Hour. > ( Repairing Neatly Done C J. W. WATTS, Front Streat. ( JEFFERSON! Military College, WASHINGTON, MISS., (Six miles east of Netchez 1 Eighty-fifth session begins September 17th. Offers complete courses of s: udy in the nustrimportant branches of a 1 beral education, also thoroughly prepares for the colleges and universities, or for busi ness. Equipped with a large library, gymnasium, reading room and laborato ries. Terms greatly reduced, *l3O for session ol 10 mouths. Apply for new catalogue to J. S. Raymond, Supt. J. A. & J. O. Mauffray, DEALERS IN Dry Goods, Notions, Gents Furnish ing Goods. Shoes, Etc. Fine Dress Goods and Gents Fur nishinq Goods a Specialty. All our goods are new and of the lasi designs and we are selling at re markably low prices. Give us a call tftul we will please yon. Tb.o Senate, Store on Front head ol' Main Streets BAV ST LOU.S, MISS. BnUer £ Major, Fktographers, Rave opened a gallery with every requisite for doing first class work. Everything ni w and np-to-date. Come and sec us, and Inspect onr j iclureg. Second Door North of St. Joseph Convent, Bay St. Lonls, Miss* , wm liimE BAT ST. LOUIS. MISS. On tho Beach and Railroad Only S Minnies Wlk From the Bepol. Terms- Jiao ■ sju per Month, JT, V. TOtJLMB, Proprietor. HENDERSON & HART, Abstracts an l ftoil Estate. City Property, Farms and Timbered Lands for Sale. No’a’ f^! e n?if rk /2* l<leDe ® on Canoll avenue—Lot 200x189. Price, $13,30. 3 The B I H .l ie t, * nber ,Bnd 00 Catahoula creek Price, "fU per acre. No 4 Can? M l , !" m " I .* U ' T9<B U < m aB >, *l3 cr l. No 5 Tla!A ' r f“ rm 0,1 Jord!U * ,iver - about 1000 acres. A bargain. No’ 6 ‘ ■■**" <"> the bench. Price, $3,000. Lot* raili/o m ,Vri °I" addition to Pun Cluisliun, on Iho bench. Lot? No 7 *ri ? V ri °? ~ ’;o m * l ° *<>• Terms, One-fifth or more cash, pot. ooiit.ilnL.r Sl. 1,1 co 011 Gainesville road, 2 1-2 miles from Wayoland dc- No 8 T . ; V T’ ' a n " n * cleared. Price, #I6OO. No' 10 *642 OPB * 1 ’ Tr ,ip w * ranß ° iß * ,io Wr *O, 21 and 20, T. 4, K. 18, west, in Pearl No Mi 'l'hVAunMb 0 !?' 8 1 ’ 8 ’ Ra "K c I *' 40 ' U:I( ' R . near Kiln PO. Price, S3O, No 14 Thftlirli f act, on (iaiuesvillo fond. Price, 1823 cas. No IK Th If iff" *’ p ®? t ‘ rt > * between Second street and shell road. Price, $1,250 cotrnoe ..‘ml L. b " u "‘'"’niesteiMl on beach, splendidly fNiishcd 8 room residence, coUaso and necessao outbuildings. I.ot 189x700 fee! . Price, so.ooo cash. No’ pi’ Tb!f Pl/ifl- 8 luWl,luu to Ihry Bt. Louis, from $lB to S2OO each. No in. f ‘ "'i'.l'st larm, two miles west ot Hay, 8t Loins. Price, $2,200. No 19 „ni& Property, on Gainesville rourf, three room house, S2OO. N . 90 TI I 1 in 8 h'aoo, throe room cottage. Price, $5.25. No' oi Ti, I l,u £° Muyon (la lore, 20 acres. Price, $625. 84 liloeir o Lonts Leonhard hnek mansion nl Cedar point, being lots 83 and No w ’’I"I. finely fnrmsl.ed throughout. Priee. 7000, onen*v ten". 830 toMinn e . l i " MI T eighty lots in Leonhard* add it ion to Bay 81. Louis Krmii ‘oa-.ei L-V Pedal terms to parties desiring to build. No' oi f If Rln £* tou Pwpofty. 13 ncres. near Gainesville road. Will he sold for 050 "O' 21- Lot fB. Carroll's plat, 200x189 feat. Price, SIOO, cash. uL r” 1 "' n? ° } A,t ,()9 > ward 189 fed wide. Price, 300 cash, en lifr? kinds ot property for sale and rent. Mr. Ilendetson is the owner and bavin ~5 1 11 ® o, . n Pj oth Bot ol of land titles for Hancock comity and in Se, J nnli-V'lalL'n'' lr, " l ‘ " r 8 P"whn*ar can know whether his title is good or bud Gull ( east I iogres lor more dellnitc dcscrip'ion of property and lands. I JOS. F. CAZENEUVE | || says he will not be $ I UNDERSOLD!I I Dr y Q° ods Notions | | Shoes Ribbons 1 W | j Clothing; | t. Bay * iOU * s ’ 88, | ~l*. F. TYLKU, FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER, AND DEALER IN Coffins, Caskets and Uundertaker’s | Goods. [Corner Secontl tract and Carroll Avenue, Bay Saint Lonls, Miss. 1 would respectfully inform the public that I have just received a line hearse and u complete stock of cheap, medium and lino coftins, cloth and wood caskets and mot alic cases, ranging in prices from 83,01) up to the costliest. Also a full Hue of burial robes for men, women and children. Patronage solicited from both oitv ami country. Satisfaction guaranteed. •’ Louisville AND Nashville, L'inited Express Daily —is Pullman Vestibule,! Uars —TO— MONTGOMERY, BIiniINGIUM, NAStT VILLK, I.OUISVIU.K, CINCINNATI, I*llll. ADKM’IIIA, ATLANTA. WASHINGTON. TIME TAU .E, GOING SOUTH:- No. I—iiict:Bo p in., itally. “ 3- 11 5:47 n. in , daily. *• 5 “ li;s Ip. in,, ilailv. “ 7 “ 7:21 -a. m.,J dally except Him lay. 9 ‘'6:2!) a, in., daily extent Snu lay. GOING NORTH. N". 2—duo 9:32 p. in. daily. '• 4 " 11:19 a. m. daily. “ 6 “9DSa. m. daily. “ 8— ”4:50p. m.,' daily, except Sunday. “ 10 6:31 p, in., daily, except Sur. Charles Mari'hall, Superintendent. John A. Qrcen, Local Agent. New Orleans Ticket ill > \ I Charles and Common .SlrecUi. A. E. Lad ner, city ticket agent. Depot ticket office, foot of Canalstrcot E. J . Graham, depot ticket agent. JNO. KILKENY, Div. PnssinigtfF Agt C. P.Atnipro, General Passenger Agent, Louisville. Ky. Pop! irvllle Ijigli School The largest school, thu beat buildings, the strongest faculty, the cheapest rates in south Mississippi, Eighty six board ers ami a total of 204 students enrolled during the last session. Hoarding facllU ties Increased by the erection of a 40 by GO three story building. Instruction thorough, health aud moral inllueucea un surpassed, Fifth sessiou opens Monday, September 7, 1896. For catalogue address Capt, T. K. White, secretary, or W I. Thames, principal. I’oplarvlJlc. Miss. I Q. A. Levy | KEEPS ON HAND 1A Full iL'fhe I | lon a | •; Ol It, She & piioes&Dryß-3s| WELConE SlfiiE i’ORXEK I’BOST andJiain STS, I TUUKtsir\ Medicated Vapor| Baths FRANK MARINO’S Barker Nliop, Front street, opposite jow’elry store. Baths can bo secured at hoßio or shop. indorsed by fU WT V|v M p \jr /op bed by them K ■&* LHN L J ‘ l ' M 9 cure the most J/c® TFIOIIRI F is published Yf w UUkV wj s a tonic it is JR superior I blotches I ’ Sarsaparilla* | Zoo='l For Female Complaints and |p° f|v . building up run-down sys- m? CP AI C AK) I M/* V?* terns it acts like magic. Try W“ I UlvUll UN \J Vk a bottle and be convinced. M \j READ THE | RHEUMATISM! XXTRACT PROM BOOK OF TESTIMONIALS. IT f% II A Cl \V sufferer for 13 months. Derived no bonent /M " . I € i iIK B I I ft X/ \l fromphysicians, treatment at Miners! Wells, Tox., or Mot Springs. - y//J S 1 UL A jj Ark. My doctordeclared my conditionhopclooo, biuaaa last resort CWL-- II toldaTi I wsi mk^ Pm * D t ° rCat “* ÜBe 1 *“ A Indonwd by D?W. n F^KMßf'DTOgglf, ofOCerii ’ ”***"* T °’ j( ? (f /ft "P- P- P..Linpinan’fl Great Remedy, oared mo of dimcnlt breath- /( (L ' WVsCj Ing and palpitation of the heart. Had not slept on either skis for 111 <1 II two yours; now I Bloep soundly In any position." S\STI _ lldi " Sworn to and subscribed before ino,” RAMSAY, Do Loon, Tex. IRI WA M |> Mll W . J. M. liAmhbrt, Notary PnhUe. 7 V !%.■ W M* k _ " Suffered for years with a disagreeable eruption on my face. GRs.c3 a Various romediw failed to remove It. Throe battles of P. P. I,lpp. // u rx'V wv \a a ■ _ \VCT S man’s Great Remedy, completely cured me." v>r 111 S'Cl tA R!* RV|# lit} § t!API - J - M - Johnson, savannah, ca. //[ L',<, Dr w4ELIj9 ■ il l i. Sold by all druggists. Ai send for *JS® IIPPMAN BRO’S. PROPRIETORS. BOOKLET. UPP/AANS BLOCK-sAVANNAH.6A.' !^l%gil^^® A. OKRtuss. ESTABLISHED 1870. . M !S a J- M. Mtl>Bß. i A, Cerdes & Br 6. Sail lakers & Dealers in Cotton Duck Galvanized Iron and Brass Ship and Yacht Hardware and wiw.., ' orand Leather Clothing Coppu" Paint of all Brandsv?nLail T’ oll ' Klll >- nooks, Ship BeU Clocks, Oyster 1 ongnes. Anchor chains, Wh.BlaslCEte^ HIM SUTTER Jf|p£ countries, and solicits your mocLilte^ate^'^' 1 Agent for the Mississippi Gulf Coast. ! HE AETNA, of Hartford SSSSSST QUEEN OF AMERICA, of New York 9 - lr>! WG CALEDONIAN, of Edinburg, Scotland,. . ““its 3,7*7,661 BRITISH AMERICA, of Toronto, Canada... . ° to WM WESTERN, of Toronto, Canada U MM.IM FIDELITY AND CASUAUTY CO., of Now York kTT’ i' 012 '™ 1 NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO ’ Assets, 2.448,007 mini; Assot “> 17 *.791,990.54 When In need of Fire Insurance, call on me ferrates. P. J. McGINN, Practical Horse Shoer, I Over Reaching, Interfering, Quarter CraeliN k„„t „ , ~ MOBILE I.OOE SASHft B. ®DFicSoSV Doors, Sash, Blinds, Monldlngs, Door and Window Frames, Plain and Fancy Mantles, Dealers in Buikle rs’ Hardware, Window co ti iDMm . Glaß ' 5 Pu ttyand Pure Mixed Paints F. C. TURNER & CO.. St. Anthony & Water Sts., Mobile. FAHEY AND ARBO PROPRIETORS OP" THE Bay St. Louis Brick Yard, SOLICITS THE PATRONAGE OF ALL IN NEED OF BRICK. bat MT, LOIH, MIMS. iw IILLOEROIdIwIrT store. f Silk, Straw and Millinery Goods, Fine Jbrench Flowers, Ostrich . Laces, Ribbons, Etc. Primmed Bonnots and Hats I tactical Watchmaker & Jeweler, n I . -. . . 0/ Cincinnati, Ohio,) Dealer in Fine Line of Watches, Clocks & Jewelry£j| U. aAN (IP., Next door to Convent, Bay St. Louis, Miss.