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VOL G, NO 13.
fhos. L. Evans,
K ‘ azzoizsz,
| .ot oar Union street. Bay Bt. Loub.
| resh Drugs
.diet Soap, Perfumery, Sponges, etc.
I Kraus’ Liver Regulator, ft sure cure
f, ill diseases ot the liver.
if t’rcticrlptions compounded dav or
I Orders by mail promptly auoiid
' i o,
DAY SI. toms
f. oslncsa men who permanently ndver
create an liupres.doo of strength and
!&,; nindiicas. People at least feci that
K> who noep their names before the
r > ,1c are solid and substantial.
tinrney at-law, No. 12 Main street, Bay
-acral Merchandise, Front between
¥ . ,(;tcr aveune and Uoudcliiiiiren street.
iy St. Louis ofist, and Feed Mill and
f > l Yard, opposite railroad depot, west
I •-
uitracts fur plastering ami kalaomin-
I heave orders at oyster shop, rear of
| irrlage maker, general repairing and
Kt’ioai shoeing, tu>r. WttMliiiigtou and Han-
Kf;"; . streets.
E.’tiardwarc, stoves, oils, builders’ mato
||i, . Front between Book tor and Good
, Iren streets.
a all apd every kind of job printing,
1 ’.itstroet, next to post oQlce building
i 'vagon am carriage to hire for all oc
ta ns andean be bad at all hours. Stand
at the depot at all links.
L. mToEX, Aot.,
General merchandise. fancy and staple
groecnos, country produce, corner Han
cock and Washington streets. „
Drugs mid chemicals carefully com
ponimod; proscriptions a specialty. Front
street, opposite Joyce & Osoinaoh.
l.aw firm, practice in all courts ou the
sea const. Front near Main streets,
Lnndrien itros., proprietors, Ttio only
mult ycksl bread on tlie coast made by ua,
Corner Uoodcliildrui and Hancock ala.
Photographers. Instantaneous views a
specialty, Front street, near convent, Hco
advertisement, m another column.
,1. W. WATTS,
Agent for Peerless, Eldridgo, Crawford
bicycles. Next Coaihol’s hardware store.
Hen advertisement in another column.
The grocer. Fancy and staple groceries
at living prices. Union near Second sts.
Hi,i' advertisement in mother column.
P. Bourgeois. Strictly pure Jersey milk,
cream cheese, butter, buttermilk. Deliv
ery free. Inspection of premises invited.
Builder ami contractor. Special atfen
tiua given to; particular orders. Oflice:
Cimier Main and Tontine Streets.
Yeung men, middlu-ngcd men, there is
uc need that you suffer from day to day
'vith chronic or special diseases. You
only need the proper treatment to make
!"n well. Wo are acknowledged io have
ini superiors na skilled physicians; our re
pot at ion has been established. Cali or
arde us regarding yonr disease and in
•airy case a thorough qXowinaliou of
yonr Symplons will be given free. Con
ciliation at ollico free.
Wo Guarantee to Cure Every
Case We Accept.
Bladder Troubles, Kidney Disease,
Blood Disease, Pimples, Ulcers,
Stricture, Rheumatism, Nervous
Debility, Vnricocele, Lost Vitality.
Files, Catarrh in all Us forms,
All chronic cases of men and women a
FiiKDluy BorroKS,
,; 17 Ht. Charles st., New Orleans, La.
Hie naptha launch “Dixie”.can bcclmr
.t-avil fur fishing, limiting and excursion
Patties nt reasonable rates. Apply to
FRANK McSTON,Fenton, Miss.
Physician & Surgeon,
Olhce: Head ol Union street, next
To old post olßco bulking
Oflice Hours—From 8 to 10 a. m.
MO 2 to 8 p. m
Chemist and Pharmacist,
Cigars and Tobacco,
and Mineral Waters,
Front iicai- Main Streets,
I __2-Bay St. Louis, Mis.
' Constable Sale.
I Stevenson, \ Kxecidlon for 814 °l
. VB .' f Hosts $8.30
! Jno A • sTrlcrson. j Total, 017.61.
I H y Wrloe of the above stated execn
tlor., to mo directed, by (ico- \V. Seal a
I juslice in and for the second dlstiict of
[ Hancock county, Mississippi,! will on
Monday, the 2th day of April, 18117, at
Inc Hunt door of the courthouse of said
| county. In tno city of Bay st. Louis, ex
pose to sale at public outcry, within legal
hours, to the highest bidder lor eash, all
tbo rlfjht, title aial interest the defendant
Inis In and to a certain tract of land situ
ated, lying and being in Hancock county,
btute of Mississippi and described as fol
lows; Lot 8, section 28, T. 0, Q. 17, and
containing IfG acres, more or less, which
has been attached us property of defend
ant and win be sold to satisfy the judg
ment and all costs.
This the Ist day of April, 18D7.
J - I- IlKituiN, Constable,
Examination for Teachers.
Notice is hereby given that that 1 will
hold examinations for teachers as follow
Bay St. Louis, for while teachers 2 and
8 of April; (orcolored teachers, April and
10. At Nicholson, for while teachers, 16
jind 17; for colored teachers, April 28 and
2L A. (L Stevenson,
County Snpt, of Public Education.
Nicholson, March 12, 1897.
(Established 1H70.)
Sail Malters
Cotton Duck.
Galvanized Iron ami Brass Ship and
Yacht Hardware and Fixtures, Oil,
Rubber and Leather Clothing,
Copper Faint of all Brands, Nan
licai Instruments and Books,
Bells and Clocks,Oyster Tongues,
Anchor chains, Windlasses, Etc.
1.H17 Julia St., New Orleans, La.
That are Wheels!
Bay st. louis u
IOYCLE Hospital
111 Cycle* of nil kinds repaired. Bley
yles of every kind sol A. I rent, doctor
and sell bicycles. Rent, per hour
J. W. WATTS, opposite Convent.
Illinois CeiitrallOr.
maintains unsurpassed
Double Daily Service
From New Orleans to
Memphis, St. Louis, Louis
ville, Cincinnati, Chicago.
From Memphis to
Cairo St, Louis Chicago Cin
cinnati Chicago.
making direct connections with through
trains tor all points
Including Buffalo, Pittsburg, Cleveland,
Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltl
hioie. Richmond, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Omaha, Kansas City, Hot Springs, Ark.,
and Denver. Close connection with Cen
tral Mississippi Valley Route Solid Fast
Vstihuled Daily Train for Dubuque,
Sioux Falls, Sioux City and the West.
Particulars of agents of the I. fC. R, R.
and connecting lines.
Wm. Murray, Div. Pass, Agt.,N. 0., La.
Jno, A. Scott, Div. Puss Agt,, Memphis.
A. H. Hauson, G. P. A., Chlcigo.
W. A. Kelloud, A. G. P. A., Louisville
On What Is Happening
In This Busy World
Its incomparable telegraphic news
service, interesting local matter, time
ly and vigorous editorials, full and ac
curate foreign intelligence and general
make-up place it at the head of South
ern newspapers.
Its large and rapidly ipereasing cir
culation rendert the advertising col
ums of
More Valuable Than Those of Any
Other Dally in the south.
hi per Year, p.mper Year. Jumper Year.
~ 1). ILSEAL
Practices in all Sta Coast counties.
Office: lUnlon near Hancock streets.
Petition for Liquor License*
To the Honorable Board of Major ami
Aldermen, of theolty of Hay rit.Louis,
in Hancock County, Mian;
I, A. Q. I’iovi, a male person over tlio
n(j of twenty-one years anil a resident of
said city, do hereby apply to your honor
able body (o trailt me a license in mv
mime to soil, or retail by the plana, vimi
ona, alcoholic, malt inlatxiealing or splr
itimna liquor in a linnae known aa the
Midway Hu loon, and located on Front
at root, upon my compliance with the law
in reference thereto. A. 0. FIERI.
t'o the Honorable Board of Mayor and
Aldermen, of the ol.y of Bay HtLonis,
to Hancock County,'(Slate of Missis
Yonr petitioners whose signatures are
hereunto undersigned, respectfully allow
that we and eaeh of na, are legal and
nHa 1 1 tied voters of the city of Day St,
Louis, and of Hancock county, State of
Mississippi, and are residents in said city,
do hereby reconuoend A. Cl. I’icri, a ret
aident of said city to ho of good reputa
tion and n aolicr and nullable person* to
receive a license aa applied for liy him ns
appears In his foregoing application to
retail by (he plana, ylmious, alcoholic,
malt intoxicating or spirituous liquors, at
I lib place ot business, in nald city ns stated,
ami yonr petitioners will ever pray.
George Hypollte Combe I,
George Muller,
Robert Warner Peter Joseph Toul
Alphonse Fayard,
John Anthony Breath,
•James Gilmore I*’a yard,
Peter Joseph Boudin,
Emile Forstoll Fayurd,
John Fayard,
Luoien Myrtle Gcx,
Ferdinand Henry Egloff,
Nicholas Reger,
John Archibald Green,
Eugene Ladner,
Charles Sanger,
Alexander Frank Cameron,
John Bartholomew Fahey,
Victor Firraln Landrieu,
Henry Louis Landriou,
Charles Baptiste Tbiery,
Felix Joseph Fayard,
Frank Joseph Ladner,
CUalmetlo Joseph Villurs,
Jefferson Smellier,
David William Bunicmpls,
Anthony Gabriel Tomasich,
Charles Augustus Worseley,
Peter Ramond,
James Thomas Kagan,
William Henry Yenni,
Samuel Simons Givens,
August Keller,
Aristide Jjadner,
Thomas Joseph Conway,
Joseph Evariste Saucier,
Peter Tudury,
Frank Joseph Taconi,
Charles Peter Taconi,
Louis Nalalc Clement Spolorno,
Lazarus Olivari,
William Ames,
Gaston Abraham Levy,
Michael William Doherty,
Frank Clement Bordage,
Edward Charles Joseph Gardehlod,
August Joseph I-mraulle, .
George Washington Maynard,
Robert Christian Engmau,
Joseph Edgar Comhel,
John Osoinach,
Frank Alexander Bionvcnu,
Benjamin Deblieux,
Leon Bartholomew Capdepon,
George Arbo,
Richard Mcodes,
Daniel Butler Seal,
Albert Joseph Carver,
Amelins Letorey,
Paul Dillmann,
Thomas Lawrence Evans,
Edward Frederick Becker,
Paul Surcouf,
Oscar Ramond Cuevas,
Andrew Manieri,
Aleido Ladner,
Gaston Geo-ge Gabriel Gardobled,
Joseph Vonau.
Frederick Bille,
Roland Litchfield Sadler,
I-ouis Fayard,
Leopold Baugard,
Frank Hennond,
Robert Eager Maynard,
Henry Felix Ramond,
Joe Leon l’avre,
George Rudolph,
Imdwig Herman vonGolircn,
Louis Spotorno,
George William Maynard,
John Dillman,
Johnny Louis Monti,
Henry Egloff,
Hypolite Augustin Perre,
Caswell Adolphus Sadler,
Emile Ditic^e,
Richard Bennct,
Bertrand Bordngo,
Edward I<iugene O’Brien,
Warren Francis fieri,
Charles Breath,
William Grimes,
Charles George Moreau,
George Weinberg,
John Antoine Martinez,.
Dolmas Ladner,
Joseph Alexander Tabor,
Claudius Fayard,
Peter Capdepon,
Hernngcue Edmond Nicaisc,
Oscar Comhel.
Etienne Ladner,
Francois Ladner,
Pascal Luttzi,
Charles Hillcu,
William James Ward,
Richard (leiderhoff,
Charles F.dwaal Ham.
I hereby certify that the foregoing is a
true copy of the original as the
[SEAL] same remains on tile in my ollice.
Witness my hand ami seal of ofllce.
this third day ol April, 1807.
; lirotiAKD Menu 1:3, Secretary":
Kntered uttlm Huy f-'l, Lniiln puntolfloo :m
(wound cl hum mail mattur.
CIIAH. G, Ml IRKA 11, KDITOU 4 IMtOlMtllmm,
To bo or not to bo, which?
At n regular meeting of the
hoard of mayor and aldermen,hold
lat Saturday,"as will bo scon by
reference to the proceedings, that
body by a unanimous vote save
one resolved on the issuance of
bonds to the amount of $40,000
to give that to Bay St. Louis
which Justly belongs to Bay St.
Louis—improvement . Mainly,
electric lights, and <1 is, so pro
posed, to be supplemented with
an adequate System of waterworks
best adapted to the place, and a
public market.
Thin move, in tho faeo of the
very fact Hint tho city is somewhat
iu debt has canned by a numherof
people to question tho econ
omy of tho hoard, and to bo brief,
in tho absence of characterizing,
opinions that have be u wrought
over tho matter are without num
ber, without end. There is no
doubt that the question involves
a great deal of thought b%f
fore giving it condemnation, and
it is safe to judge that many minds
have been (li st expressed before
that weighty deliberation duo, yet
men of thought applaud while
others of a same mind bitterly
denounce tho scheme. Hut if tho
majority counts for anything and
if a community for the people is
to ho by tho people, then Tho
Echo, without four of cont,radio-!
tiou unless tho influence of oppo
sition ultimately gains, can suy j
Hay St. Louis will have the ne
cessary improvements suggested,
$40,000 bonds issued and the i
finances of the municipality will,
he such as to enable the redoinp-!
tion of its paper at par. No raise !
of taxes the hoard p.dftclgtis; and
it docs icom to us the question of
improvements is now or never,
Under tho stale code any city in 1
debt cannot for improvements is
sue bonds if twenty per cent of
tho poople'within thirty days of
promulgation rise in opposition,
and in tho face of this precaution
against haste or extravagance, and
if tho course prescribed should
prove to their displeasure,* they
should be resigned lotlio rulings of
the majority. However ibe pub
lic, it is gratifying to say, is unan
imous in recognizing the necessity
of those improvements, but all
cannot see a way clear.
Secretory Alger on Wednesday
received the following telegram
from Governor McLaurin:
“The greatest danger to bo ap
prohended in tho overflowed dis
tricts is from the Juno rise of tho
river. With the crevasses then
existent it will be impossible then
to make a crop, ami this would
cause tho loss of million of dol
lars, beside starvation to many
poor people. An appropriation
of a hundred thousand dollars by
congress would close the crevass
es in this state, would give em
ployment to all tho needy, and
allow people to work land in thir
ty days.
To manage tho Mississippi river f
the Greenville Democrat (ells us
“great big levees are the main
things needed.” Now will our
contemporary toll us why repeat
ed overflows occur in tho face of
building of the levees higher each
succeeding year. Tho levees as
at present have never been ns tall
and massive, but then we can ex
pect the crisis, for more tho con
finement of tho water in its chan
nel higher will its bed rise. High
er the levees, higher tho river .
Mr. McKinley contemplates an outing
on tlie Dolphin. No doubt ho needs a rest
—the office hunters have been hot on his
trail ever since ho was nominated last
summer, and he would escape them for a
while, bnthe should .remember they can
swim.—Jackson Clarion-Lodger.
The office-seeker not in the swim
cannot expect anything.
Tho departure of the Bradley
Martins and their poodle to Eu
rope has caused distress. The
Meridian Post says “The loss of a
pure bred poodle is to bo regret
ted, just as we were getting our
dogs bred up to a high standard.”
A Sea Shore Prophet.
I (
The Pascagoula Democra'-'Star
lias gone into Iho prophet business
on a largo scale. Listen to wl at
this esteemed contemporary says
about the special session of the Leg
“There will be no issuance of
bonds, no borrowing money, nor will
tbe rate of taxation bo raised. The
.Tune distribution of the school fund
will made. This will work
against the fall terms of the public
schools in some of the counties.
Hut it is better this way than to keep
on running the state in debt. A bill
will bo passed separating the levy
for the school fu 1 from that of gen
eral state pui'i r.nd providing
that the poll taxes shall remain in the
counties in which they are collected,
the counties not being credited wit;,
sumo. A 8750,000 state house will
be built on Iho site of the present I
ono, and paid for iu bonds to run
about thirty yoais. the state rcsorv
tho right to lake them up in ten
Prom the Iconoclast.
1 he place to lake tine measure of
a man is not the forum or the field,
not the market place or the amen
corner, but his own fireside There
ho lays aside his mask and you may
judge whether he’s imp or angel, king
lor cur, hero or humbug, 1 care not
what Ujo.wodd says about him
whether it crowns him with rays or
pells him with bad oyxy|i>Voai'c never
what bis reputation or his religion
may bo. If big babies dread Ins
homecoming and better half swallows
her heart every time she lias to ask
him for a live dollar bill he’s a fraud
of the first walcr, even though he
prays night and morn till ho is black
in the face uud howls hallelujah till
he shakes the eternal lull. Hut if
his children rush Cos tbe front gate to
greet him, and love’s own sunshine
illumines the face of big wife when
she hears Ids footfall, you may take
it for g'uuled that he’s true gold, tor
his homo’s a heaven and the humbug
never gets that near the great white
throne of God.
At lust u monument is to bo
erected to the memory of Francis
Scott Key, the author of “The
Star Spangled Banner.” His
grave is in a small cemetery in
Fredrick county, Md., just out
side of Washington, and is now
unmarked. The statue will he
nine feet high on a podastal thir
teen feet high and fifteen broad
at the base. The funds wore part
ly appropriated by the legislature
of Maryland and partly by popu
lar subscription.
Among llm nuisances with which the
parish uiilictcd is the ono of roaming can
ines, which frequently essay to exorcise
that powers of mastication on the bipedal
extremities ol passers by. Ihoevil should
be suppressed by the inauguration of the
dog wagon system.—Ht. Uuruard, La.,
Things worth doing are worth do
ing well and the Voice should have
coupled the foregoing with a coupon,
entitling the reader to a good En
glish dielionery.
The populist members of the
house are on the war path. They
now demand to bo recognized in
the debates and through commit
tee appointments as a distinct fac
tor iu the minority. During the
last congress they wore ignored
us a party, and they are planning
a stiff campaign for recognition.
Mr. Bryan, who appeared before
the sunreme court as counsel ior
the Nebraska state hoard of trans
portation, in an important case,
dik not owe his appearance in the
case to his political prominence,
as ho was retained long before he
became a presidential candidate.
Mr. Frank Walton, of Laurel, wn haul
ing mum to the gin the first of the week.
The forme esvhoiie state of finances Is such
as to allow him to hold his crop of the
fleecy staple over till planting time, is to
he envied.—Ellisvillo News.
Corn you tell us something more
of this “fleecy staple" variety?
The president en Wednesday
sent in a special message for a
liberal appropriation for the Mis
sissippi valley flood sufferers.
Louisian* has its drouth and
Mississippi ta flood.
Bryi.riism is enjoying anew
booi xjust now.
Subscription'—sloo. per Annum, in Advance*
The people of Kosodulo witness
ed the novel sighl of a steamboat
anchored in tin principal stroot of
(heir town on Monday. Such a
thing was never heard of before,
and the,people of the town turn
od out in their skiffs, dugouts,
etc. to pay their respects to the
craft that hail navigated across
their cotton patches. Ko od.de
is seven miles from the Hogue
I’halia, from which the steamer)
came across the country.—C.-L.
Hpn, W. ,1. Bryan is in earnest
iu his fight for I he free coinage of
silver. A few days ago he was
notified by the publishers that the
royalties on his book—“ The First
Hattie"—amounted lo SIO,OOO.
Mr. Bryan drew clunks for half
the amount—sß,ooo —in favor of
free coinage loaders to ho used in
the cause of free silver. Mr.
Bryan is sincere iu his light for
I I ho people and is also exceedingly
liberal.—Greenville Times.
It is an ill wind etc. The small
bout builders will probably enjoy
a boom as a result of iho Missis
sippi river floods, as no house iu
that section without a boat will
hereafter be considered properly
The hanging of the Blanc broth
ers in Lafayette last Friday, goes
to make two showings; The result
of reading trashy literature and
that justice in Louisiana is alert.
Chauncey Depow has a sore eye,
hut ho denies it has connoet'/n
with the tears ho shod Jj'causo
Major McgjjjJeytffVraTO make him
an anftiassador,
Chicago, formerly the nestbod
of republicanism, went democrat
ic Tuesday, Carter Harrison being
elected mayor by a plurality of
77,756. ________
“One of those ilays,” hiivh an exchange,
“a col lego may lie eHtalilivhecl flint will
I>y Nome attention to other tliingH limn
athletics.” (Jot ’em all ready, right hero
in Mississippi.—Clarion-Ledger.
Beginning at Bey Si, Louis.
Congressman Catchings, of the
third district, has offered a reso
lution appropriating $200,000 for
the rolicf.lhe Mississippi flood suf
The Mississippi W, C. T. IT
will hold its fourth annual con
vention at Meridian May 2 to 5
3100 tons of Egyptian sugar has
reached New Orleans to ho refined
'Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Jones.
The colored people take things
easy as a rule; and even the edu
cated negro refuses to become
excited about as small a thing as
a general overflow. Yesterday as
the water came stealing into the
yard of Sallie Jones,Lizzie Brown,
the next door neighbor, with con
siderable “school learning” yell
ed across the partition fence in
this language: “Mrs. Jones, by
observing closely it seems that I
can perceive that you have con
cluded to irrigate your premises.”
And both Jones and Brown pre
mises were soon thoroughly irri
gated with Mississippi river unfil
tered.—Greenville Democrat
Are You I
Thin? I
Look about youl See for R
yourself I Who suffer most p
from sleeplessness, nervousness, p
nervous dyspepsia, neuralgia, t
despondency, general weak- fc:’
ness? Who arc on the edge M
of nervous prostration all the c
time? Those who arc thin,
Opium, chloral, bromides, g
headache powders, only make $
matters worse. Iron and bit- j
ters are only stimulants. To |
be cured, and cored for good, H
you need a fat-making food. B
You want new blood, rich fjj
blood} and a strong nerve- a
tonic. &
Cod-liver Oil with Hypophos- S
phites is all this. It feeds the
tissues, makes rich blood, and
strengthens the nerves.
Book about it free lor the asking, M
For sale by all druggists at 50c. and H
SCOTT & BOWHE, New York.
Mow to Build Up a Town.
The true geerd of tho growth of
liny place, Says an ochang', •.
inninly (nviuj to the indueemi ots and
encouragement hold om to su-j
10 Rt'lllc OlUOllg lil'Jill. I'.ilOOU l"l"
active and worthy men, win*!hot t! .•
have money or not. Stimulate every
legitimate omeipii c by ~iV , aU
the aid Id your power. Cultivate a
puhllo spirit and help your nmghbor ;
and ho id in danger of hi , akin,; dawn
help him up. If he g.ds finely do i
before you know hh situation,
him ou ids feet again, hh mi ortu'i
ia to bft pitied, not blamed, and Ida
talent and labor are worth money to
the community. Besides, it m.iy
soma day be your tun. to uotd eo.
roapondiiig sympathy Let us :
well of our neighbor. Talk well a ,
encouragingly of our town, of it*
growth, its prospects. Its aclvan'agee,
and, in short, everything likely b>
advance its welfare. Stimulate the
cause of education by giving a In !p
lug hand to advancement, also to ail
necessary public buildings.
Patriotic Colored People.
Wo have ulwiiyit contented t h.it.
Issaquena county hud the best
sort of colored people
in the Is|ta. .A-fl-T* ’ e
more impressed[ the belief
luwt Mondays ,no in. is mootin''
than ey.gr, by Hoeing them come
vojimtttrily asking to bo pul. on
duly to guard (he levees, without
money und without price, ll but
goes to show the good feeling that
exists between the whiles and
blacks. May it ever bo thus.—
Mayorsvillo .Spectator.
Reporter Stansberry, of the
the Times-Democrat has been ac
quitted for the shooting of D, C.
Because they were dead heats,
a Texas railroad classed a carload
if tramps as vegetables.
TIME T’ATt? .dm
001 NO SOUTHi—
No. M —K*at, nmil, deports 5:32, a tu
7—Count Train, departs f>:4o a m
I— -Limited, depart* i .35 p, in,
89 Loral pass'g’r dupall .13 p.ni
s—Limited, departs G:iU )>. m,
No.Bß—Load puus’gr, departs 9:20 a m
“ <!—Liinilod, depart* 10 :03 n. m.
“ I—Limited, depart* 1:48 p, m.
“ B—Count train, depart < , ;29 p. in.
“ 2—Kant mail, depart* 11:17 p. in.
In effect December 20, 1890, at 10:55]
Limited Express daily
Pullman Vcstiliulctl L’ar
New Orlnan . I t oltb'n, earner St
Charles and <’i e *trents. A. L. l.ad
tier, city ticket agent.
Depot ticket olttec, foot of Canal street
E. .1. flrnlmm, depot ticket agent.
.INO. KILKBNV, Div. I’luweugni ;
C. I*. At, more, (Je.nerai I’a i Agent,
Louisville. by.
Charles Marshall, Superlni. ndent.
John A. (treen. Local Agi nt
The daily and weekly t omtnerr.-il
Herald printed at Vicksburg, Alien, Tim
daily in the leading paper in tie '.rate and
taken the full At;- notated I‘tens dispatch
en over ita own lean...! wirm by a ~odh.l
operator. Thn weekly in inneed (Rrery
Friday, and in a eomprebo..' ive review of
all important events enlltid from the
slate and metropolitan papers tip to (ho
time nf going to press.
Term* of dully lenn of Heek'y
One year SB.OO I One rear., ..si 50
Six months 4,00 | Six months....Vo
Throe month*..2,oo | Three month*..3o
One month 75
“The weekly wifh the New York World’s
great ri-weekly edition, $1,50 per voar
forthc' two papers.
Invariably In advance,
sample copies of the daily or Weekly
Commercial Herald or tri-weekly World
sent on application. Address,
Vicksburg, Miss,
Gaston G. Gardebled,
Contract* taken (oramall aui larao loba
A liberal share ol palronnu" solicit' -
Ibsldcnce at Gardcbled'a ilrnc store, }',u/
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