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DRUGGIST, , a ,ia s Star Drug Store. r T , Da i. T\m era Toilet Soap, Perfumery. Sponges, etc. Tr>’lvans’Liver Regulator •X I tJHLI JLJI Llgo a sure cure for ail all diseases of the liver. and ••'Prescriptionscompounded day or night. Orders by mall prompt. TVTorli'iyi pq iy attended to. LiXL/LilllltJO. Turpentine, Paints, Oils, Etc. A Full Stock of Paints, Oils, Etc. WANTED. 25 0 R more boats! For ponging:Qysters. llls,-lust l ash I*r|ce raid, APPLY TO G. W. DUNBAK’S SONS’ CANNERY, BAY ST. LOLJS, MISS. Louisvillei Nashville R.R. Schedule. south bound—Depart: Trsir, No. 9, Monday only, ■ > '■ 36 a.m last Mali, No. 3, dally, 5:59 r.. m i .united Coast. No. 7, daily except Sun.. 7:23 a. m '‘oast Train, No. 11, a ally except Sunday arid Monday, 8:03 a. m .. ocal Fassenecei, No. t, daily, s;is p. m ..railed Faaaer gar, No. 5, daily,.. 6:58p m ■■.rcursion, No. 13, Sunday only. 6:16 p. m ‘■’xcurslon, No. 15, Sunday only, 7:41 p. m Kscansion, No. 17, Wednesday only, 7p ng worth BOUND—Depart: I rcursion, No. 12, Sunday only, 9:10a. m ■).;al passenger, No. 6, daily, 9:54 a. m i Ivournlon, No 14,sundav only 10:15 a. m ' rcursion, No. 16, Wednesday 0n1y,....10:24 a. m .united. No. 4, daily, 13:47 p. m Limited Coast, No. 8, daily except 5un.,4:58 p. m i ist No. 10, daily except Sunday 6:55 p. m 1 sst Mail. No. 2, daily 9:30 p. m JOHN A. GRKKN, Local Agent. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Municipal Elections. FOR marshal: Che Sea Coast Echo is authorized to 1 •anonncc ALBERT J. CARVER as a <*ndid:te for the office of city marshal, subject to the action of the Democratic party. for treasurer: The Hea Coast Echo is authorized to uinouuce WM. J. GALLUP hs a candidate lot the office of city treasurer, subject to ’.he action of the Democratic party. The Sea Coast Echo is authorized to uinouuce ALCIDE LADNER as a candi date for the office of city treasurer, sub ject to the, democratic party. CITY ECHOES. The overcoat overshadows the popular ly of the straw hat these days. Have you gone to Keller’s yet and seen ihe big fail stock? See ad ou this page- Operations began this week at the L. i N. coal chutes, recently moved to this city. Women insured at the same rates as men by the New York Life. Madison M. Jayue, Agent, Incontestable from date of issue—pdf I < ies in the New York Life. Madison M Jayne, Agent A park and zoo garden at the Bay would prove quite an attraction for our summer visitors next season. There will be a celebration of the Holy Eucharist and sermon at the Cedar Point Mission Chapel tomorrow at 11 a m. by Rev. Wm. Hart. Mr, K. Guerra and family moved into their recently-purchased property on Main street this week, and are comfort ably domiciled. Now Is the time to plant your fail and winter advertisement in the columns of The Sea Coast Echo. Good rates given on long-standing ads. Wanted for sale, truck farms in the vicinity of Bay St. Louis a-d Waveland. L, J. Henderson, office: oppos te court house, Bay St. Louis. Miss. tf The L. & N. annual statement, given out this week, shows a decided increase of busimss over last rear’s, .’resident Smith and all <>f the same officers have been retained for another year, including he services of the same board ol direc ors. As one new enterprise brings <m anoth er so does '*ne b tsiness increase another. Among the many additional boxes put in, ihe Cumberland exchange gamed anew subscriber this week by the bank’s open mg. It might be well to remember the number, it is 52. We are told Washington street is one of the oldest in the city of Bay St. Louis. And as strange as it may appear it has never been shelled, save that part from j Fiont to Hancock streets. But then pro bably tho lightness of traffic would not justify the expenditure. The Echo calls tlie attention of its readers to tho big new advertisement ap poaring on this page of Cazeneuve’s dry goods store Mr. Cazeneuve’s fall stock has arrived, aud in the advertisement he j gives a sample of stock and prices. When vou go to ihe postofflee don’t tail to drop In. No trouble to show goods. Messrs, G- R. Swan and Pasqual Lutz ii haye gone into business aud opened their establishment this week, under the name of “Bay St. Louis Grocery.”!locat ed on Front near head Washington street. The gentlemen propose to do a big busi ness and have gone to work full of vim and energy towards that end. Home-made extinguishers should be on hand in every home, so that in the event of a slight fire they may be employed to extinguish the flames. Very successful ones can be made by filling quart bottles with the following substances: Twenty pounds of common salt, and ten pounds of sal jammoniac, or nitrate of amonla. Dissolve these into seven gallons of wa ter. When the bottles are filled, cork tightly, and seal over with wax. The jras that is thus liberated, and that which the heat further generates will extinguish thediames much qulcser than fifty buck its 61 water. : mT * M' D Tlie Lots of people take a vacation be cause it is tlie fashionable thing to do. They like to have people say, so and so is enjoying himself down at the shore. People who want to do “the right thing” during the vacation period should carry the same idea into business. It looks bad to have people say he don’t know enough to have a tele phone. Apply to J. E. HOWARD, Local Manager, Cumberland Tele phone and Telegraph Company. Of lice, next to P. ()., Bay St. Louis, Miss. Messrs. Huger and Eglofl, noted for their success at agricultural pursuit, will again this year produce a handsome cab bage crop, their Add giving healthy evi dence of this. They have a large allot ment fertilizing with peas, preparatory to planting the potato crop. They arc in dustrious and ambitious young men and their success is the invariable reward of honest thrift, the principle o f which many a young man might note and embrace proving to advantage in the future, if not sooner. The crop of hay and provender in gen eral has been exceptionally large here abouts this year. In some places the planters have Ailed their cribs w ith tine pea. bay and still have some to either give away or burn —Special from Thibodeau. La., to 1 lines-Democrat, Rea vine hay is profitable to grow, and that (here is an abundance growi! here abouts bespeaks well tor our agricultural community. There is nothing easier to grow ami better to feed with than pea vine hay. Aberdeen Weekly: The people will be asked this fall to vote for or against an elective judiciary. We believe that the people are about as capable of electing their judges as they are their Governor or any other officer of State or county. It seems almost a foregone conclusion that we will have an elective judiciary in Mis sissippi. 1 I.at flay St. Louis sol can grow al most anything has repeatedly been dem onstrated, and that the soil Is yet capable of greater possibilities cannot be ques tioned. Rost Master Rieruas sends The Echo sample of European chestnut grown at his place in this city. The uut is mrge—very large—fully the equal of fhe foreign product, measuring well one men in diameter. The tree from which this sample was taken was planted some four years since, coming from a Pennsyl vania hothouse as a mere sprig, nd that it has done well in Bay St, Loms sand is well illustrated and the story told by the exceedingly well developed nut at bond. Rost Master Rieruas, the grower, says it would not only be practical but advisable as well to plant this specie of the European chestnut generally and luat the result would indeed be most profitable. Judging from the sample at hand it would be worth trying, if no t largely, on a -mil: scale, anvw^y. Resolutions of Thanks. We. the undersigned committee, offi cially appointed to draft special resolu tions, at a regular meeting held Tuesday. October 3, 1899, of the Independent Hope Hook and Ladder Fire Cos., No. 1, do here by cuter upon the discharge of our duties with much pleasure, therefore, be it Resolved. That the officers and mem bers of the independent Hope Hook and Ladder Fire Cos., No. 1, tender their sin cere thanks to the ladies and gentlemen who so ably assisted in making a finan cial success of the festival given by the company, on the 9th day of September last. Be It further resolved, That these reso lutions be spread on the minute hook of the association, and further, that a copy bo seut The Sea Coast Echo for publics - tlon. Be it further resolved. That a marked copy of The Sea Coast Echo be sent to each and every one directly assisting in our success. The committee: RICHARD MENDES, Chairman. CHAS. G. MOREAU. JOHN DILLMANN, E. BASDERET, G- G, QABDEBLED. Personal and Social. Mrs. F. Olivari is visiting friends in New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dupre were in New Orleans this week. Mr. Waiter B. Dupre returned from a business trip to New Orleans this waek. Capt. Markey came out from New Or lean- Sunday to spend the day at the “Clifton.” Miss Lottie Cnneo, who Las been visit in'; friends all the summer at St. Louis, Mo., ts daily expected home. Attorney D. B. Seal, the senior of the | firm of Seal Jc Gex, spent Thnrsday in New Orleans on business. 1 Mrs. Geo. Muller, accompanied by Mrs. A. Jones left Wednesday morning for a j few days’ visit to New Orleans. .Supt. Cliss. Marshall is away from home this week, having gone on au in* spection tour over the L. X N. K. K. Mrs. Ernest Dolamaiu arrived from. Mexico this week, cal.ed by the critical I illness of her mother, Mrs. von Gohreu. j Miss May Edwards, charming and ac complished lelt lasi Saturday for Nash ville, Term., to attend the Peabody Nor mal. Af era visit of several days to her daughter ou Carroll avenue, Mrs. H. K. Piccaluga returned t<> her home iu New Gileans Thursday eveui g. Mrs. E U. Gardebled and daughter,. Mi s Madeline,returned W> dnesday nignt, i fiom . .engthv stay at Lafayette, La.! where the.\ visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A. Ladner returned u> New Uriea is Sunday uiglic from i day.-.’ may, vis. ting Mrs. Ladner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Teihi .rd. They were accom panied by Mr. Teihiard. WAVLLAND NOTES. Mr. R. C. Finhy is he guest ol R, 11. Chads this week. Arthur Knight has accepted a position as assistant bridge lender at Rigolets, La. Mrs. Raul Mollere and children, who have been residing in Gulfport for some time returned and is the guest of her mother Mrs. Mary Gh idwick, on Davis avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Wilde Roth returned froiu Gulfport on Friday and are domicil ed on St. Joseph street. Mr. V. J. Wood is having anew break water built in front of his residence. Your scribe hopes ho will be more fortunate witb this one. Mr. R. O. Roa natream was over on Saturday last to look alter the interest of his place. Two .valuable horses died this week, the owners being R. J. Putoruo and Ed wln Laizer. The following summer visitors left thL week for New Orleans: Mrs. D. B. Mar tinez and family, Mrs. Geo. E. Sears and daughters, Mrs. L. M, Michel and sous, Mr. Larry O’Donnel and family, Dr. Mar ion Souchon and family. (iAIXESVILLE LETTER. Mr. W. A. Whi field, Sr., is recovering from a severe illness. Mr. Wiley T. Fa?re was here on busi ness Tuesday. Will Jopes tied the life knot last week; good luck Will. Dr. J. Q. Fountain and Mr. IF. S. Wes ton visited here Tuesday. S. C. Farley and family expects to visit Roariington this week to seek medical aid for their J year-old son. Miss Mary Mars was visited by Pearl ington friends Monday. About 12:10 o’clock Saturday, a terrible fire broke out iu the largo warehouse of J. &. F. Peterman, and consumed 81,500 worth of box material and three dry sheds adjoining same, also a supply of oak lumber; total loss abeut S2OOO. The U. S. mail steamer Pearliugton done good service in cutting ol the fire from the mill house. The proDerty is a total loss; no insurance. The pi ivate telephone line connecting the oyster packing establishment with the Ry. depot has been abandoned since the advent of the Cumberland. Now this must not be construed to mean that the wire can be converted into clotheslines, neither that the poles would make good firewood. Of course there are none among our readers who have such “tak ing” propensities, but we give the para graph for simply whst it is worth. ■■ ♦ ♦ ♦ - O i the lUIU o December, 1897, Rev. S. A. D uni; pastor M. E. Church, South, Pi. 1 h tviiiit, \\ , \ a., contracted a severe coi l w hich was a:tended from the begin ning by violent coughing. He says’ “Alter resorting to a number of so-called ‘specifics,’usually kept in the house.to uo purpose, 1 purchased a bottle of Cham berlain’s Cough Remedy, which acted like a charm. 1 most eheertullv recom mend it, to the public.” For sale by all druggists. FOR SALE OR KENT. On easy terms, house containing seven rooms, tw o stables, large grounds, situat ed on Jell Davis avenue, Waveland. Fur ther particulars apply, W. H. Seymour. 1123 Terpsichore. St., New Orleans,La. (NOTICE OF EXAMINATION FOR TEACHERS. Notice is hereby given that an examina tion for teachers will be held at Nichol son for white teachers Friday. October 20. and Saturday October 21. I'Ll, at ihe s >me [dace for colored teach rs Frida October 27, and Saturday, October 28, ISS9. Examinations will be held at Bay St. Louis for both white and colored teachers as soon as the yellow fever scare on the coast has passed, and will be an nounced in due time. A. G. Stevenson, Supt. of Public Ed. Hancock Cos. Nicholson. Miss., Sent. 29. 1899. A TEXAS WONDER. Ball’s Great Discovery. Oue small bottle of Hall’s Great Discov ery cures all kiduey and bladder troubles removes gravel, cures diabetes seminal emissions, weak and lame backs, rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kiduey in both men and women. Regulates blad der troubles iu children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail oil re ceipt of SI.OO. One small bottle is two months’treatment, and will cure any case above mentioued. £. W. Hall. Sole Manufacturer. St. Louis. Mo. For sale by all diuggistg. read this: Jackson. Miss,, Jan. 17, 1899.—1 have for year's been a sufferer from kidney and bladder troubles; I have tried all reme dies that I could find, and ban almost giv en up all hope of ever getting relief, until I tried Hall’s Great Discovery. I H ra now using it and feel like anew man. Its ef fet is wonderful. G. W-Williams, Send us your printing. FALL omt Arrow Brand CUFFS and OLLARS” Gents’ Foraisliiiif Goods Large Assortment of Neckwear. Large Variety t Dress Good; FLANNELS OF ALL KINDS. = = SHOE S = - :.-.;LV WOMEN A ifLDRIN Tui:ine: anti: Kept O MIOKS FOR MEN. VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BOYS = CAPS MEN’S HATS AM) CAPS Balding Bros. Wash Silks, STAMPED linen. Wf have the finest Assortment of - MEN S CLOTHING - Direct from NEw YORK We Lave the Largest Assortment of Mackintoches For Men, Women ami Children. HOISERY, HANDKERCHIEFS, EM RKOI)ER IES, RIB RONS, BRAIDS. DRESS TRIMMINGS IN GREAT VARIETY. FLANNEL SHIRTS. LARGE STOCK CUTLERY, AMMUNITION OF ALL KINDS. OUB GOODS ARE BEST, PRICES LOW FINE Gill®, WINES AND LIQUORS. Food of all Kinds. REMEMBER THE PLACE KELLER’S Big Brick Store. BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. The writer this week was taken bv Mr. J’M. Tyler to his rice Add, where the product sown broadcast last May is gold en with grain and every stemhead bend ing with its weight of yield, a condition not always found in Louisiana, where stems arc high and straight, indicating lightness and a scarcity of the gram. The wiiter bad also the pleasure this week of driving to the field ot Mr. C. C. Hart in company with that gentleman, whose growth of Providence rice is something beautiful to the eye and of deep interest to the visitor understanding the nature of thegrowth. Mr. Hart spent last season at Crowley. La., during which time he added to bis study of the subject, and that he should feet so much gratified as he does over succes here this year is of much weight in favoi of Hay St Louis as a rice growing center During tbe wintei ot 18117 Mr. James Reed, oue.of the leading citizt ns and mer chants of Clay, Clay Cos., W. Va., struck bis leg against a eake of ice in such u manner as to bruise it severely. It be came very much swollen and pained him so badly that he could not walk without the aid of crutches, lie was treated by physicians, also used several kinds of lini ment and two and a halt gallons of whisky in bathing it. but nothing gave any relief until he began using Chamberlain’s Pain Halm. This brought almost a complete cure in a week’s time and he believes that had he not used this remedy his ieg would have had to be amputated. Pain Haim is uuequaled for sprains, bruises and rheumatism. For sale by ali druggissts. Interest in local rice growing continues’ fid it woald seem that those whose inter est bus turned in that direction were net satisfied until the subject ban been pushed to material fruition. It is their purpose to have rice cultiva ted generally and extensively, as is done in Louisiana, and sin ce by actual test it has been repeatedly demonstrated that it can he dune in Bay St. Louis, that every condition is equally favorable towards tne consummation of this object, why then not proceed? Thousands ot acres of low lauds in and around the city is of soil specially adapted to the culture; idle lauds tit for naught. But, while rice is at piesent being hai vested from lauds of this kind without any water but that pure and simple from the clouds, occasionally during the summer it is said water is lacking. But this is no detriment. In Louisiana, the home of rice culture, i ui . meuse moneys are expended in irrigation Why not irrigate our Bay St. Louis riee lands? la fact, this should not be quea • turned. The stock company for the rice mill proposes to undertake irrigation finding u practical and an undertaking inexpensive as well. D> B - SEAL - w77TGir~jj SEAL cto GBX, I ATTORNE YS A2-LA W. f REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY Leland J. Henderson, BAY ST. LOT IS, MISS. Bay St. Louis. 62. Front property Bay St. Lom-. House, eight rooms with addition of three rooms. Brick ■well, barn, good garden, flve bearing pe can, a few peach and plum trees Scupemong | arbor. Yearly rental, SSOO. price SW, one-third cash, balance one and two years. House insured I for $2800; price of furniture $500; bath house and wharf. (5 2 1-2.) 63. A good front property Bay St. Louis. House seven rooms, servants quarters, cistern and well, bath house and wharf, plenty of shade, bearing pecan trees, a S4OOO property, price S2SOO. SBOO cash, balance payable SIOO per month for first six months, thereafter SSO per month Abstract of title, survey plat and warranty deed. Front lot worth s>soo because no breakwater is necessary. (100.) 64. —A neat five room cottage at Bay St. Ixmis near front on a good street; driven well, chicken house; lot. 100x108 feet; monthly rental ?7. Price SB(Xi cash, $875 terms. (5.) 65. A 6-room cottage near Bay St. Louis depot and courthouse; driven well, heaery, three pe can, three plum, two quince trees; lot, 179 feet front by 200 feet in depth. Good location for a store. ‘Price 5650, SSO cash, easy terms. t.G0.1 66 —Avacant lot, good locality. Bay St. Louis, lot, 100x210 foot; SBO, MO cash, balance one year. (5.) 67. A five room cottage, 400 feet from front, Bay St. Louis; artesian water; lot, 100x70 feet, Price SO3O, $330 cash balance one and two years. (5., 68. Residence on front of Bay St. Louis; one ano a half stories, eleven rooms, cistern and v. 11 Eight room cottage, heated by tire places, wit." property; also two other buildings, four rooms each. "Fruit, peach and pecan; size of lot, 139x538.4 feet; bath house and wharf. Price SSOOO, one-half cash. Warranty deed and ab stract of title, (150.) 6s.— Good Childrens street Hancock; sixty feet front; six room house; r ;t $S and sl2 per month. Price S7OO, S3O cash. $lO monthly. (50.) 71.-Hou.se 36x35 feet, addition Ux2o feet barn 30x24 feet; another four room house 20x16 feet; flftv pecan and pear trees, scupemong arbor. Value of building >750. Yearly income from trees and houses 8400. Pri e S2OOO on time: one-thtrd cash, balance one and two years. S per cent, interest. (5-21-2. Alley, house, two rooms and k; ■ r <1 per month. Price $.350, $25 cash. ba ee 810 per month. (25.) 7,j.—Je-votle street near Hincock, house, four n, • and kitchen rent $8 p r month. Price $660, SSO cash, balance $lO per month. 74 —Six room house; sls per month. Price SIBOO, $75 cash, balance SIS monthly. (100.) 75.—Breath bakery, montniy rental sls, Insur ance for two years with place; bake oven with house $500; four room residence; assessed, be fore bakery' was added, at 5550, SBSO cash S9OO terras. (5.) 76 —Place on Citizen street, with house, S3OO cash; 10t,631x1401x128. (5.) 77.—Place on Carroll avenue, elegant cottage, eight rooms, 200 feat front. Cilce >i6oo, one half cash, balance one a Itw years, 8 per cent. Interest, (5 2 1-2.) 7g._60ft.x40 arpts; on front 4-room house. Price $13,4), three paper shell pecans worth fifty cents a hundred, twenty years old, one-half cash, bal ance one year, 8 per cent. (100.) 125 Drug store on Front Street, price $1500; sluo cash and $lO per month. (E) 133 (a)—lss feet on Dunbar avenue to Jordan river, 8000 feet, (b) —55 feet x 8000 feet. 13-5 (a)-Brick vard 1 1-2 miles from Bay St. Louis depot, 2t‘2-3 acres fine clay land, with wheelbarrow's, molds, &c; will make paving brick. Plenty of land for residence and truck farm; on Main street; 500,000 brick used at Bay St. Louis annually-, price $lO to sl2 M., natural drain. Price $750, half cash balance 1 and 2 years at 8 per cent. (EKI (b) —189 feet x 1200 feet on Carroll avenue, will make 50 lots w-orth S2O and S3O each; good for small truck farm, price $325. (B E) 137 fa'—House on Apothecary street, price S2OO. (Z) (b) House and lot comer St. John and Mcaise streets, price s2i). (Z) (c) House and lot corner Keller and Hancock streets, price SI2OO. Z, (e) House and lot on Hancock street, price $1200; time. (Z) (f) House and lot comer Washington and Hancock streets, price $450. (Z) 140 (a)—Bordage Addition, lot 41, $25; lots 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, S2O each; lot 50, $25; lots 51, 52, S2O each; lots 53, 54, 55, 66, 57, 58,59, 60, 61. 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67. 68,69, 70, 71. 72, 73. 74, sls each; 10 per cent cssh and 10 per cent per month. (b)—Bordage Subdivision, consisting of 107 lots, worth sls to $35 per lot. all for $690; S4OO cash balance 1 year. 8 per cent. (A KK) Waveland. j 79. Eighty acres of land in Waveland, Price; £IOOO. Also a front lot, 100 foot wide by 1300 feet deep, with improvements, SSOO. (5.) 80. —Place near Waveland depot. Price $275, * one-half cash, balance six and twelve months, j (250 139 —Lots near Waveland depot, covered with timber, good for farming. 141 (a)—Blocks 3, 4,11,12, Bay St. Louis Land & Improvement Co.’s Addition to Waveland, price $1,000; contains 27 acres, with lOOOOcords of wood j worth 25 cents per cord: will make 270 lots, worth | $lO each; fine truck land. (E KK) 141 (b) —Lot 4. block 37, and block 43, Bay St. j Louis Land & Improvement Co.’s Addition, 4 1-2 j acres,price $400;wlll make4s lots worth $25 each; ; on L. &R. R-, near depot. (B K K.) Anchorage. 81. Cottage, Anchorage, seven rooms, new, | lot 60x110 feet. Price SIOOO, $250 cash, SSO per month, 8 per rent, interest, will take $25 per month. (251, 5h.) Ansley. 143 For rent; Dairy and farm, 1007 acres, 30 acres in fence, 40 acres wood land balance graz ing lands; complete set of machinery for making hay; fine artesian well; house 5 rooms, dairy', bake oven, smoke house, artificial lake, near L. &N.R. R. $350 per year. (E) Pass Christian. 53, —Davis avenue, almost opposite Mexican Gulf Hotel. Lot 71x90 or 100 feet, house six rooms, kitchen and pantry. Title perfect, Price $llOO. (100.) 54. Front street, frontage 96 feet, depth 40 arpents, one and one-half story house, ten rooms, 62x68 feet, In good repair, driven well, barn, carriage house, 30x24 feet, hen house, five acres under fence. Rent S3OO per season. Price SISOO, SSOO cash, balance one and two years. (300.) 109. —Lot 880 feet front on gulf by two miles deep; price S3OOO. One-half cash balance to suit, 8 per cent, interest. Will sell any portion, back to railroad $2500, from railroad S6OO. back part has 10,000 cords of wood. (2 1-2.) 110. Nlrety-slx feet front on gulf by one mile deeo; price &500. Ore-half cash, balance to suit, 8r er cent. Interest. (2 1-2.) 111. Ninty-slx feet front on Gulf bv one mile cleared; price $650. One half cash, balance suit, 8 per cent, interest. (2 1-2.) 112. —l5O feet front on gulf by one half mile deep: SISOO. One-half cash, balance to suit. Near Menge Mansion. (2 1-2.) 113 —SOO feet front on gulf by 2000 feet deep. Will sell anv part at $9 per footj Stoop for whole tract. One-half cash, balance to suit. At West End near Henderson’s Point. (2 1-2.) 114. Lot 71x112 feet, with house 32x40 feet plastered, two story', five rooms, artesian water. Value of buildings SIOOO. Will rent for SIOO per mcnth. Lowest cash price SI2OO, cost $2700. Near L. &N. depot. (2 1-2.) 115. feet. Two lots SIOO each. (2 12.) , 116. 110 feet by one-half on front, new house, 50x50 feet. Fire places, eight rooms, one and cne-half stories, well, kitchen, servants rooms. Buildings cost $2500. Monthly rental .S2O; price S3OOO. (10O.) 129 (a)—100 feet front on beach, near the the Elliott Henderson residence, $5.,50 per foot. (EK) 108—61 feet front on beach, near Elliot Honder. eon residence, price $lO pen foot. Beautiful shade trees. (E D) > 132—An elegant property/ on beach, near Pres byterian church; wharf, tt>ath house, fine resi dence 9 rooms, hall, pantify, bath room, cistern, artesian water, kitchen land servants' rooms, galleries back and front. IPlaee cost $6,500. Own er open to offer. Long piesch. 58.—Front street, frunltag® 75 feet, depth 750 feet, six room house, 27m10 feet, cistern water, bath room .water closet Jjarden,ngs and peaches. Value of buildings s4fiiJ: Rent sl2 per month Price $1250, one-half c 2&, balance one and two years, 8 per cent. Intecjfest. (5, 2 1-2.) 57.—Frontage 150yfeet, depth 1730 feet. ten room house, rain,/well and spring water, two story barn 41x48 f#et. fowl house, potato house, grapes, figs, plums, P®®*** 9 ' and cultlvatewfbUck berries. *® )cas J^ r on time, on t -*aif cash, balance l year, 8 per cent interest. (5 #2 1-2.1 I Co-Opolis. 55— Holly alrenue. frontage 250 bav two room housTke, 15x30 feet, in good hen house. ’Vent $2 per month. Price sibo trade, $l3O Harbor. 'llMWeet by one-half mile deep; price S3OO - terms on balance to suit. U 1-0 T 9 i*, feet by one-half mile. S3OOO cash, bal to suit (2 1-2-) § Handsboro. ~a frontage 197 feet, depth 50— MajpoUa str-et, plums, pecans, 197 feet, nine h n °_ u ||’ W ell. barn aoi& feet, s •Jbr&jrs.’ss „ Unfitly Bavou Bernard on fer !30 —160 acr^*™?,^*.“ ‘warehouse 40 feet x O-road, ferp with PUce. welling 50 feet x2O 40 feet, bull for a store (?ochsidehou^ feet, with gaUf/y “g e ry in front. First addition 14 teetxlS uVge pantry. trait floor dtn^ g ’and sitting room, two Are closet, bed room, a hall an( j two fire places: second roomgj one smail places: third jj xce Uent well and cistern, out worn and haU. weU inside; barn and SSKSK?b e ath C 3 h -*S front walk 9 cemSited! price SSOOO. (Ekk) ICES ICE! ICE. THE GULF COAST ICE & MTG COMPACT, OPPOITE THE DEPOt-; BAY ST.LOUIS.MI!>!?. of Pure ice, ll " t a, " i Bear, itl S BcugM : *r fJ. BOWERS, W. T. M’DOXALD, P- B. H.CHAITE Bav St. Louis, Miss. New Organs. La BOWERS. CHAFFE & MCDONALD, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Bav St. Louis. Miss., and Rooms E. and F. Mor ris Building, New Oneans, La. Practice In the State and Federal Courts of Mississippi and Louisiana. lT A. deMONTLUZIN. Chemist and Pharmacist, DKALKK IX •HUGS. CHEMICALS AND PATEN I MEDICINES, PERFUMERY TOI LET ARTICLES, ETC.. E t : LES. CANDIES Ciq " and Tobacco. Soda aud iVimeral Waters, Front iif.i Main Streets, Bay St. Louis. Miss PRESCRIPTIONS $ SPECIALTY- L. M. GEX. Aqt., General Merchandise. Fancy and Staple Groceres i Comer Hancock and Washington Sts., Bay St I Louis, Miss. Gaston Q. Gardebled, BAY ST. LOUIS. MISS. CONTRACTOR'S BUILDER. Contracts taken for small and largo Jobs. Esti mates made free, and plans and designs cheer fully furnished. A liberal share of patronage solicited. Orders left it Gardebled’s Drug Store will receive prompt attention. Residence on Carroll avenue. University of Alabama University P. ()., Tuscaloosa Co. ,Ala. Fine Equipment, Aide Faculty, Flexible Courses, Healthful Locality, Beautiful Site. Expenses very low. Pall terra opens Octobor 4, 1809. Send for cata logue, JAS. K. POWERS. Pres. OppositioN Bakery, lANDRIKt; BROS., PROPS. Th* only malt yeast bread on the coast made by our Bakery; Landrieu Building, cor. Goodchll dren and Hancock sts.. Bav.S Louis - PE ARLINGTON NEWS. Pearlington Herald. \\V sincerely regret to chronicle the illness of Mrs. J. A. Favre, j and trust she will soon be her former self. Mrs Ernest Russ, Misses .Julia,! Nancy and Mamie and Master Denny were visitors at Gray’s! Oaks Saturday. We are reliably informed that. the erection of a large double sawmill will be commenced in ! Logtown soon. The steamer Pearlington will go in the dock shortly where she will be rebuilt lengthened and receive anew boiler. Mr. L. V. Pringle, of Kosm ville, left during the early part ol this week for Mobile, where he will remain a few days. Be in the swim, call on J. A. Favere & Cos. and secure some of their latest style dress goods and turn it into a “Dewey skirt.” Messrs. Frank B. Hayne and Eads Poitevent, spend Sunday in Pearlington. The guest of their mother, Mrs. Jno. Poitevent. The mammoth dry sheds of the Poitevent & Favre Lumber Cos. is nearing completion. Piles are being driven for the foundation of their new kilns. Bicycle traveling is entirely out of the question; the dust is knee deep. In another week pedestrian will have to use stilts in order to keep their socks clean. It affords us pleasure to stale that we saw our venerable friend, Mr. W. A. Whitfield, out Thurs day, who has been on the sick list for the cast three weeks. Miss 1. Walls, of New Orleans, La., is spending some time with Mr. and Mrs. H. 8. Weston. Bhe is a sister of Mrs. Weston, and has many warm friends in Logtown. The Peterman’s box factory dry shod and contents at Gainesville, M iss, was consumed by lire Mon day noon, which was a loss of some two or three thousand doll ars. Every log cart and ox team with in a radius of twenty five miles of Pearlington are busily engaged in hauling logs for the different mills situated on the river. Mr. E. M. Valletle, one of Preston & Stauffer’s favorite salesmen was here Tuesday selling goods to his many customers and exchanging pleasant words with his friends. Professors Holder and Hill ar rived in Pearlington Friday and will take charge of the school as soon as the building is ready for occupancy, which will be about the sth or 6tb, inst. Two thirds of our citizens are in favor of incorporating our lit tle city. A municipality is badly needed. The time is not far off when Pearlington will he a full fledged incorporated city. We have no Cumberland Tele phone line* but are the possessors of the Western Union and Postal Telegraph, of the Westou Lum ber Company Telephone and Mar gin’s Rosmville dummy mail line. We note that our much esteem ed friend, Mr. W. J. Poitevent is almost a daily visitor to New Or leans, and surmise ere long he will a step along the matrimonial line, which would be brimful of wise ness. Cazeneuve’s for Dry Goods. a,. F- CAZE V bC |y , DEALER IN Dry = Goods, ■ Notior CLOTHING, 11 ITS, ETC. Ac decant hue of Capes, from 65 c to|]2.oo( Comforts at all Prices. Hm,te.B Coals. Tan and Black, SI.OO up Flannelette, 4 Gents’ Heavy I’oiton, hall hose, 5c A. 10c' grades (■ i Ladies and Misses Ida k Hose, from 5c tip Ladies' Vesis, Ia curators ‘.d Gents’ Underwear, pure wool, per B iby C u - at nli jun •- - 1 yd. wide Unbleached Colton, Gents’ Heavy Co't i Knit in excellent quality 4c ujt sliirts, from 1 y,] w ide Unbleached Colton, Just received ain c >l Men s Hats better grade 5c np at "* Suspenders, large assortments, from 10c up Boys, Hats, from Headquarters for Blankets and T'*' he above mentioned are but a few of t lie many such T-aiii; wCall andsee, and get the most and be >t lor tour Money. Country Orders Solicited. Next Door to P. O. BAY ST LOUIS, M THE Bays’ Mercantile Com pan Is the Best Known Business House In BAY ST. LOUIS To the Close Buyers They are Sole Agents For Selz, Schwab & Cc' SHOES. They keep a fine line of Men's and Boys Hi Caps, Clothing and Shirts. A nice assortment of Dry Goods and Nolle We still lead in the Grocery Line. We ke Every Thing. Positions Guaranteed TO GRADUATES OF HARRIS’ PRACTICAL BUSINESS C LEGE, SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND AO f£LE3*\? U JACKS ON , MI VSISSII 'PI. o We are offering advantages far superior to any In the South ami at extremely low rates. L:: scholarship, S3O. Don’t think because the terms are low it Is inferior work. It is thorough at. parity with these hard times, eautlful Catalogue sent on application. !M. J HARRIS. Prseic^ NORTH GULFPORT. LOTS S2O HE SITES 1H! FEEi j J\. 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