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City Echoes, J Tffo pujilic school for colored •hlldrctl closed last night. Mr. P. Depass visited his-Buy friends this week. , . Mr. P. J. McGinn was mingling with Bay friends Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. .1. .luogor wore bore bouse hunting this week. Mr. McMillan and family are guests from New Orleans at ibo Tidwell home. Preaching tomorrow, Sunday the -4th, at thc’Baptist church, 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Chris tian Dorn, Grand Plain, Hancock County, a sou, March 27,18H7. Our city has had the visit of so many circuses this winter, that tlio one-horse show here this weak cut no figure. The city board meets today. The session promises much inter est, tlio proceedings of which will appear in our next issue. Last Sunday Mrs. R. Boardman entertained her brothers from New Orleans, Messrs. Ernest, Al bert and Louis Leonhard. , Mr. John D. Grace was here Monday to see about, improving his property preparatory to Ins coming over for the summer. The heavy rains of (he past few days have caused many washou f s and no source will feci the dam age more than the treasury of Bay fit. Louis. L. Mr. aiul Mi's. Jolwi A. Green havemir congrat ulations on the born son whoso advent 30 Sunday. Mrs: George Evans, Miss Lol lie Evans, Miss Laura Patterson, ■ynd Master Gentris Patterson 'fame over on Sunday’s excursion and wore the guests of the editor’s family for the day.—Progress. Mr. Widmor and family arrived hero Wednesday and are domicil ed at their newly purchased homo. Mr. Widmer is an intelligent and enterprising man and will make for Bay St. Lquis a valuable citi zen. The for rent sign is again pro minent on the Ruisech property, the party routing a few weeks ago having met with unexpected re verses was forced to relinquish all claim and the consideration paid. Miss Lily Whitaker, through tho courtesy of her talented pupil, Miss Blanche Avery, has our .thanks for an invitation to atteftd the monthly reception at the New Orleans College of Oratory which took place last night. The Spotorno mercantile estab lishment has reopened its doors with L. N. C. Spotorno proprie tor, who has the full control of the business and it is gratifying to learn that the young man is meet ing withs c -ess. Our friend Sheriff Ladner is seriously contemplating tho build big of an attractive looking and comfortable dwelling, so we are told. Now this doffs look snspi- Prof. I. \V. Ebdgcrs, of Illinois, will entertain tho people of Bay St. Louis and vicinity by a practi cal lecture on the operation of the wonderful X rays and Edison’s Flurscope. All intelligent peo ple want to know about this won derful discovery .and useful inven tion. At the courthouse, Monday evening, beginning at half past n b v cl<Jck, admission 25 cents. Half tho proceeds will go to a worthy local charity. P, Pern Davis, one of the most prosperous and energetic truck farmers hereabouts, favored our home this week with an abundant sample of the finest variety of the largest strawberries we have yet tried in-this section. His suc cess with the berry is remarkable, and this assertion is well backed by tho fact that alone on one plant from his place wo counted over 90 berries. The Senate finance committee, says the Mobile Register, when it met in Jackson, did not waste much time or .paper in prepaiing a bill “to raise revenue and to pro vide for the deficit in the public revenues of the state.” Section 1 of the bill provides for the bor rowing of $200,000, payable Janu ary 1 1898, to. defray the expense of the stkte; section 2 provides for the. levying of a tax of 7K wills upon all taxable property. Pearl River Echoes. Peurllngton, Miss., April 1, 1897. Prof. J. A, Hatlystad, representing W. S. Keyset & Cos., of Moss Point, was In town today. Mr- 1). L. Russ visited Bay Si. Louis on “business” (confidential) Tuesday Wednesday] Mr. A. C, Ray, tlio lineman ol the Pos talfTclcgrnph Cos., lias liceii kept busy cast of hero tbls week repairing damages caused by recent bard wind and rains. The Pearllngton-Qalnosyllle public road above Mile Branch, Is shamefully neglect ed. In several places it Is absolutely Im passible. The schooner Charles Fowler was tow od to Pass Christian Wednesday ny the steamer Asa to complete for Pro" gresso, Mexico. The steamship Planet Mercury Is ex. pccted to report at Ship Island In a few days lor a cargo of lumber oud timber from here to go to England. The hca-uflliil Miss Lolllo Russ with her sister-in-law Mrs. Asa Russ visited the Crescent City this week. Thai enterprising and energetic young man ,Mr. D. B. Fnvre, has bought the mercantile establishment of Mr. White, In Mississippi City, and will locate per manently Ihfro for the future. While we are sorry to lose such a valuable citizen, wc are glad to know that ho has gone into a good business and is prosperous. The citizens ol Mississippi City aro to he congratulated on receiving into I heir com . muull.v a young man of so much energy and pusn. His genial presence will be greally missed In social circles here. I.'IAVOI.O, Clifton House arrivals: 11. Rit ter, <l. 1)., Now Orleans; C. M. Badgloy, New York; S. J*. Pope, Louisville; |,E. Biissenu, Dr. B. Glassor, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Hoin oman, New Orleans; P. F. Button and wife, Louisville; M. L. Rnd asill, Chicago; Jos. McCloskoy, Misses V. and I£. McCloskoy, New Orleans; Mrs. D. Lobiguo and family, Now Orleans; J. W. Bras well, Chicago; Dr. P. G. Domin (luos, Jeunnorotte, La.; Dr. B. Duporio, New Iberia, La. The annual exhibition of the New Orleans Art Association “Wionod Monday under the most favTftiiWe auspices. Mrs. J. L. Hondertteu exhibited three paints ings, “RoS'iib” “The Vermillioh River” and“StilFLifo.” Jeff Smolker fortable addition to his “Avenue Cottage.” Constable Sale. B. L. Stevenson, ) Execution for • 14.21 ys. . V Costs $3.30 Jno A. Frierson. J Total, $17.61. By virtue of the above stated execu tion, to me directed, by Goo- W. Seal, a justice in and for tbc second distilct of Hancock county, Mississippi, 1 will on Monday, the 36th day of April, 1897, at the front door ot the courthouse of said county, lu tne city of Buy Ht. Louis, ex pose to sale at public outcry, within legal hours, to the highest bidder for cash, all the right, title and interest the defendant has in and to a certain tract of land slta fttud, lying and being in Hancock county. State of Mississippi and described as fol lows; Lot 8, section 88, T. 6, Q. 17, and containing 135 acres, more or loss, which has been attached as property of defend ant and will be sold to satisfy the judg ment and all costs. This the Ist day of April, 1897. J, L, Ukrrin, Constable, Examination for Teachers. Notice Is hereby given that that 1 will hold examinations lor tcaobcrs as follow- Bay St. Louis, for white teachers 3 and .8 of April; for colored teachers, April and 10. At Nicholson, lor white teachers, 16 and 17; lor colored teachers, April 23 and 24. A. G. Stevenson, County Snpt. of Public Education. Nicbolsou, Mis.-),, Match 12, 1897. WHEELS That are Wheels! I HAVE TpEM. . Bay st. louis u .. . ICYCLE Hospital Bicycles of nil kinds repaired. Bicy cles of every kind sol &. I rent, doctor and sell bicycles. Rent, per hour 25CtS. J, W. WATTS' Opposite Convent. Illinois CeiitralXlL maintains ursurparsed Double Daily Service From New Orleans to Memphis, St. Louis, Louis ville, Cincinnati, Chicago. , From Memphis to Cairo St, Louis Chicago Cin cinnati Chicago. AND FROM ST. LOUIS TO CHICAGO, making direct connections with through trains tor all points NORTH EAST AND WEST Including Buffalo, Pittsburg, Cleveland, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Balti more, Richmond, St, Paul, Minneapolis, Omaha, Kansas City, llot Springs, Ark., and Denver. Close connection with Cen tral Mississippi Villley Route Solid Fast Vestibuled Daily Train tor Dubuque, Sioux Falls, Sioux City ami the West. Particulars of agents of the I. |C. R, R. and connecting lines. Wm. Mi'rrat,;Div. Pass, Agt.,N. 0,, La. Jko. A. Scott, Dlv. Pass Agl,, Memphis. A. H. Hanson, O. P*. A., Cbicigo. W. A. Kclloud, A. G. P. A., Louisville Clift o sii- M. C. MARK.KY. MANAGER, ■AT NT, 1.0 ll*. HISN. Finest Resort on the Gulf Coast. Special rates tor commercial travelers. Boanv by day, week or month. Gas in •very room. Writ* for farther particu lars. j Along the Louisville & Nashville. This dream wo tlnd iu the Picayune of last Saturday: “Talking about what tlio Louisville amt Nashville ought to do, ' said a prominent railroad man yesterday’ and you open a world of discussion. Building a now de pot is one oftho smallest things the Louis ville ami Nashville could do.” “What do yon meant” “Why, I moan that there arc other things the Louisville and Nashville could do which would ho more beneficial to the public than hmldiug anew depot, though that improvement is no doubt necessary. Why, do yon know that the Louisville and Nashville railroad could make the entire coast country hut a suburb of New Orleans! The time is coming; any Way, hut the Louiayillo and Nashville could hasten it a great deal. I understand that the company has already started an' en terprise ]at severe! points on the coast which promised to ho productive of a gioa*’ deal ol good, This is the cultivation of vegetables and fruits. Formerly the com pany charged a rognlor rate for all ferti lizers earned along (he coast, a rut A which was regarded excessive. For some time past, however, the company hah not only put on a rate very nominal for manures and such fertilizers, but has agreed to furnish the fertilizers ns well. Asa ro-< suit of this a largo number of truck fann ers have sot tied along the const and more o fib om aro coming. A party of small fanners from Hammond have decided to settle ut Long Bench, on the const, and engage in the truck and fruit business. The Louisville uud Nashville Ims done a great thing for those people in furnishing them with fertilizers free of charge, mid asking only a nominal sum for freights. With fertilizers, abundance of which can he secured in New Orleans fm the asking, the lands along the coast can be made to produce almost any-hirg.” “lint how about the coast, being made a suburb of NcwOrlenns?’ asked t he scribe > returning to the original question.” “Why, if the Louisville and Nashville would build a big hotel or two along the const, great largo hotels like the Saint. Charles, yon know, it would ho the mak ingof the coast. People trom all over the world would come thero'to spend the win ter. Adjacent to a large city like New Orleans, where every attraction of any other city is supplied, such large hotels along too coast would receive an immense patronage. This would ngain induce more people to buy lots and ■ hiilttt homes along the coast. Ot course this would necessitate a regular system of electric oars: That ei*< M,e supplied by the Louisvill Nashville, With a complete eCjetrlo car lins to. say, Pass fifty or sixty miles out, and oars every half an hour or so, dou’t yon know that the wealthy population of New Orleans would remove to the const! Cer tainly they Would, and U would not be many years before there would ho a paved driveway clear to Psss Christian, These things seem visionary, but .they aro not. The time is coming when those things will materialize, and 'with the Louisville mid Nashville remains whether or not they will bo started in the near future-” The Childless Wife. In the house whore .there aro no chil dren, what are holidays, with all tliejoy ons preparations that belongs to them in other houses; what are birthdays, story, telling, twilights, bodtimes; what the glad morning hour! Surely it is a drea ry place without the shouts and cries, without the outside interests, innocent, fresh, amusing, that children force upon it; mid that is a,forlorn woman who has none ot the strangely wise questions to answerj that children ask, none of the dear confidence to receive, none of the happy excitement of training a young spirit as she would train allowor, of shap ing a life, of seeing herself I crimps re produced, with the chance ot correcting and obviating her errors. The mother with a baby on herknoo, showing him hft flint jflower, his first picture, watching lit. first hearing ot a tune, his first rapture over bright colors, over another child,His first expression of his tenderness, will tell you that there has beeii no interest and no joy in her life comparable to this, and will wonder if you smile, and will pity you if destiny has left you without that oxporeinco. Even the mother who has lost her child has an interest that is deep and vital and in a way satisfying, in fol lowing that child’s spiritual growth still with her thoughts, in fooling that she is not without a child, nor is the child motherless. That there are woiilon who look with disinclination upon tho idoa of bringing this great happiness Into thoir lives seems incredible. It means to thorn tho drop ing of a year out of their active pleasure, out of dining, driving, dancing, bicycling, horseback riding; it puts a bar to tho pa rading of possibly gorgeous toilettes, a limit for tho linio being, and perhaps fo r a time afterward, to theaters, operas and all tho sojjial gaieties. They are not afraid of sickness and pain—very few women fear pain excessively—but they want the pleasure of tho passing moment, and they do not want caro and responsibility. They entirely forget that much ot tho sauotity ot marriage depends on tho presence of children in tho family; that health is pre served by obedience to natural laws; und that, if tho purpose of the universe is the gradnal perfection of the human race, then they are contravening the divine jntoution when barring the extension of tho race so far as their power goes. A woman whose husband is a drunkard or insane may loel that slio has no right to continue that aw lul inheritance; a woman in poverty may hesitate about a larger family than sho can clothe or educate—very often tho hesita tion is not on her side; such women any way are greatly to he commiserated. But the unfortunately childless women in but ter circumstance have no idea of what they deprive themselves—a happiness to which no pleasure oV toilette is compara ble. They make for themselves a desert, a middle life without companionship, an old age without lov j. And they rob them 'solves In the heyday of their health Tind strength of the embrace ol little arms, of the kisses of velvet cheeks, the watching over dewey sleep, the adoring worship of tender new-born souls, the ineffable de light of loving something Infinitely better than they love themselves. Harper’s Bazar. MIDWAY SALOON, DEALER IN IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC Liquors, Wines* Beer and Cigars. Bass’ Pale Ale and Porter.' We have the sole agency in Bay St. Louis for The Famous Paul Jones. Mount Auburn and Tommy Ross Whiskies. PRICK LlST—Whiskies: Mount Auburn Rye, 7ue per pint. Paul Jones Rye, $1 per pint. I.die Nelson Monrhon, SI per pint, Kentucky Whiskies, at $1 80, 2.ooand 3.00 per gallon. St. Louis A. U. C. Mohcmian and SchlitzUoors, 4 i|ts .70; 2 qts 40; I qt 2f>, or #2.10 per dozen. Pints at proportionate rates. CLARETS—We Tnrke, .75 per gallon, .40 hall gallon, .35 per quart, California L. & J , .46 per gallon, .16 per qt., ami a general and varied stock of Flrst-Olaas Olgara. Rolmonts, Flor Del Mundo, Delia Creole and other standard ten cent brands. Cot ton Exchange, Jackson Square and the famous El Merilo—the host live cent brands on the market. RP'Conntry orders solicited., NO PICE—We have prepared a refreshment parlor for the accommodation of fund lies, and notify ell snnpicions characters to keep out, or hear the penalty of being ordered away. Ladies and gentlemen admitted only. A. G. FIERI, Proprietor. Free Scholarships. EDUCATE FOR BUSINESS. Harris’ Practical Business College, SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND AND TELEGRAPHY. We arc giving away |22BU 00 la scholarships every year to tile poor worthy boys and girls ol Mississippi, This is the only business college in America that has mi dertaken to assist young men and ladles to secure a business education. 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Mo one can describe my suffering at this time. 1 wo# una*‘ to eat or sleep, and my condition Became So critical that my physician could bo nothing but • give hypodermic Injections of morphine. My family and Wends became alarmed, but could do nothing. My pastor recopimended other physicians* but ( was discouraged and would dot try then* believing my own family doctor was doing all that any of them could do. Many remedies were reecgmnended by friends. I tried them all without sheet s*. My conditional this time was pitiables weak. broken down, a mere shadow of jmy forme r eelf, at last I told my wife 1 wail going to try one more reihedy, Rlpons Tabules. i did not expect them to cure me In my condition. and after taking them for a fovy days I was about to give up, but concluded to give them a good tr !aL Before I began to improve. I used the bo* and bought a dollar bottle} but I did not need half of them. for.iney did their work nobly, and I was soon a now man. I have been working rIgJU along andh\C had no fetura of my mr “ ,wd <33 Oak Street. Dayton, Ohio. lum KfM ly youw. j fiTkRUHd • berewlth Ihclose you Interview of our pop t°s’ Bter^ngi g* 433 o ® k i hl £**7. who wrote to the Ripens CheJklcoVCompany regarding bit ii*o Sf before be Wok iho medicine. The other oho is after he Was cured by the use or Rlpknir. did not show any signs of disease, and he is a picture of perffCiheattS. lw\owf^2hssS? DM Siel toaeflt ho hod received from’&oTSb stead? * tlpncr In this city) was doing, all he oould for me. but gave me no rellcli and 1 wifi fria thnnar . imfoiaSw The Echo for PrJhtlfijy,