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DRUGGIST, Bay St Louts. Miss. gtSF Dfllg’ StOPC. TT c IT'lv'-ncrc Toilet Soap, Perfumery, Sponees, etc. Try Evans’ Liver Regulator X. 1 coil XJI. Ll£ H aMrecore for all e!I diseases of the liver. and e -Pr--' , rlptloas compounded day oi night. Orders by mall prompt Medicines. Turpentine, Pain.a, Oils, Etc. A Full Stock of Paints, Oils, Etc. Louisville &. Nashville R.R. Schedule. , ik'.-i effect Sunday, October , at 8:15 a. m. south cot sp—Depart: F' -• Line. No. 1. dally, 5:12 p. rr. i xit aUU. No. 3, dally, 0: 22 a - m mted, No. 5. dally m Coast Train. No. 7, and.. -xo-pt Sunday gao a. m Krc?3r c ior.. No. £*, Sunday only, • P- m nortv bquicp—Depart: wt Mail, No. 2, da11y,........... P* ® •;!, No. 4. dally, V‘ *‘r p ‘ m ; *,• Line, No 6. dailv, 9:60a.m ,i, Train. No. ' daily except Sunday 5:51 p. m cslob.No 1 Sunday only JW*. Please not changes In Nos. < ands. JOHN A. GREEN, Local Agent. ANNOUNCEMENTS. V‘ : & .. ... Municipal Elections. koi; m \usual: 'i he Sea Goa-' Echo is authorized lo ; announce ALBERT J. GARVEK as a j candidate fo the office of city m ar shal, j subject to the action of the Dein°craiie j p n !y. FOU TKFASUKEU: The Sea Cost Echo is authorized to I •inuouiice \VM. J. GALLUP as a candidate j lor the office of city treasurer, subject to j the action ot the Democratic party. llit* Sc.i Coast Echo is authorized to j ,rr ounce ALG IDE LADNER as a candi date for the office of city treasurer, sub !. • • lo the democratic parly. CITY ECHOES. ! . Spolorno has leased the ‘ Ellen Cue” ami is running that schooner between tii- port and New Oilcans, carrying I ri (ghl. The election being over, there will not be another before spring when the muni eipal contest will lake place. Then November the presidential and congress i itiai. WANTED —SO boats to tlsb on oyster banks at 4U cents per barrel. 50 boats to run oysters to our factory at 40 to 50 cents per barrel, owing to quality. 100 oyster shockers. t Lori:/. & Dt Kate, Biloxi, Miss. \ parlor meeting will be held at the :• sjdence of Mr. George .Maynard, Tues day evening. Non.l 1, at 7:110 o’clock. Pro reeds to be expended in sending literature to our soldier- in the Philippines. All cor dially invited. vVi.i .e plowi ig on the premises of Mr. Lel.mdJ. Henderson, located on Front -’.reel, one day early this week, Olus Sherges found a cannon ball located some two feet beneath the ground. Many who viewed the And opine it a relic dating from far before the civil war. Rev Father .Soriu, the beloved and tire less Catholic pastor at DeLisle, across the bay, Is preparing lor an entertainment billed for Thursday, the 23, instant, by tin- colored boys of the place, to take place at the ‘‘Colored School House,” for the benefit of the Catholic church. A small admission fee of ten cents will be charged. CHAMBERLAIN’S PAIN BALM CURES OTHERS. WHY NOT YOU? My wife has been using Chamberlain’ Pain Balm, with good results, for a lame shoulder that has pained her continually tor nine years. We have tried all kinds of medicines aud doctors without reclv-s ing any benefit from any ot them. One day wo saw an advertisement of this med icine and thought of trying it. which we did with the best of satisfaction. She ha * used only one bottle ami her shoulder is almost well.—Adolph L. Millett, Man. .le.'ter, N. H. For sale by ail druggists [ Am ERITSEMENT. ] A CARD. 1 '<> (he Public: 1 desire to retract and withdraw as be t:)g K mistake and unfounded in fact all cargos made by me against Mr. E. J. Bowers in the Court Room at Bay slf. Louis during the trial of the suit of H. A V vs. Louis Trager, at Bay st. 1 .ouis in July last. Lons Tracer. 1 o the Public: In view ot the above card of Mr. Trager I express my regret at the attack mude\y me upon him in consequence of the t barges therein referred to. E. J. Bowers. A Grand Gift Distributi cn. i o the Editor of The Echo: i lease announce that for a limited time "'V will give absolutely free to ever v mar ina! lady sending name, add 1 ess and a 2-con t stamp for postage, an elegant triple -iivcr plated sugar shell. Such goods sell in jewelry stores at 75 cents each. This is the most expensive advertising we have over done, but it will make us thousands of friends and permanent customers, f here is nothing to pay except a 2-ceut stamp as a sort of guaranty of good faith. 1 he Home-Furnisher, our own monthly publication, showing onr line of high grade silverware and furniture, will also be sent free. But one sugar shell to | i family. Quaker Valeev Meg. Cos., Morgan and Harrison Sts., Chicago. ’ sED BY BRITISH SOLDIERS IN AFRICA. Capt. C. G. Dennison is well known .11 over Africa as a commander ot the forces that captured the famous rebel Galishe. Under date of Nov. 4, 18J7, from Vryburg, Becbusuaiand, he writes: Be ore starting on the last campaign I bought a quantity of Chamberlain’s Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which I used myself when troubled with bowel complaint, and had given to my men, onii iu every case it proved most bene ficial.” For sale by all druggists. Wauled for sale, truck farms in the vicinity of Bay St. Louis and Wayeland 1.. J. Henderson, office: opposite cour boose. Bay St. Louis. Miss. tf Bear* the Ihß Kin(J * ou to* Always Bought *T* Every week shows increas ing’ popularity! AVhv don’t von have one */ %/ put it? The time is fast approach ing when no home or ollice will Ite without a Telephone. Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Go, Personal and Social. Rev. Father McNamara, of Mississippi, was here this week, guest of Very Rev. Father Blanc. Mr. and Mrs. E. E• Austin, formerly of tli! 1 Bay, arrived from the North this week. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McElroy. from New Orleans, are visiting at “Elmwood.” Mrs. Louis Trager, Miss Belle Trager and Master Lester Trager left Tuesday morning on their trip to New York City Major Trager is at Fort Adams, Miss. Mr. and Mrs, L. Baron and family en tertained Irani New Orleans Sunday Mr. 11. Basse. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 11. Dunbar and Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Dunbar registered at the Clifton House yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Aristede Ladner intend spending the winter at the Bay, They have moved from New Orleans and are “at home” to their friends in their own place on Carroll avenue. Mr. Louis M. White, the popular young representative of the Irby branch of the American Tobacco Company, New Or leans, came here Monday in his business capacity. He was the guest of Mr. S. L. Cowand. Mrs- L. H. Faitcbitdand daughter Mis- Blanche are home frpm a few days’stay re cently spent in New Orleans, The departure of Mr. Roger Generally and wife from Newt Orleans to take up their home at Blneti lds, Nicaragua, has been chronicled by city press. f • Called by basilic*., Mr. Sid Cowand made a living trip tofc'ew Orleans Monday morning. Mrs. Page M. Bak-r and little daughter Constance have been spending some time in Waveland, visiting at the home of Mrs. Baker’s hi older. Mr. J. R. Fell. The Bilkers (of the Tnnes-Democrat) have re turned from a summer’s stay East. Miss Alice Pritchard Moore and Miss Mamie Moore are on a short visit to New York Citv. Among this winter’s debutantes in New Orleans will be Miss Coniine Loeber. daughter of Dr. F. Loeber, summer resi dent of the Bay, and Miss Blanche Fair child, daughter of ex Mavor L. H. Fair child, now residing at Waveland. Master Albert McSwaln, who has been spending the summer here, employed by Mrs. S. Kirst, returned Saturday to his home in Perry county, accompanied by his brother who had been spending the past few weeks at the home of his aunt, Mrs. W. H. Henderson. Invitations have been issued for the marriage of Mr. Jos. Lindsey Norris to M,<s Agnes Ladner, daughter of ex-Alder mun and Mrs. Etienne Ladner, the event Intake place Wednesday, November 22? at the home of the bride-elect’s sister > Mrs. E. Delcuze. This is a popular Bay St. Louis couple, who have many friends and well wishers. Mr. Thos. 11. Kale and family were here from Gulfport this week, visiting Mis. Hale’s mother, Mrs. I. Cuevas. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene. Dupre returned Thursday evening from a visit 10 friends m New Orleans. Mrs. Ernest Dolamain, called here some few weeks since by the illness and death of her mother, Mrs. (Dr.) von Golireu, has arranged leaving tomorrow on her homeward journey, regretted by many Messrs. Henry Eisele and George M. Geiger, representative citizens of Pearl ingtou, were welcome callers at The Echo office Thursday. The writer regrets be iug absent at the time. A TEXAS WONDER. Hall's Great Discovery. One small bottle of Hall's Great Discov ery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel, cures diabetes, seminal emissions, weak and iame backs, rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kidney in both men and women. Regulates blad der troubles in children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on re eeipt of si.oo. One small bottle is two mouths’ treatment, and will cure any case above mentioned. E. W. Hall. Sole Manufacturer. St. Louis. Mo. For sale by all dmgpists. . read this; Jackson. Miss., Jau. 37, 3899. —I have for year’s been a sufferer from kidney and bladder troubles; 1 have tried all reme dies that I could dud. and him almost giv n up all hope of ever getting relief, until tried H all’s Great Discovery. I am now mg it and feel like new man. Its ef t is wonderful. G. a W'Williams, D. B. Seal. W. J. Gex. SEAL tb GEX. ATTORNEYS AT.-LA W. Practice tn all Sea Coast Counties. Office Union near Hancock streets Bay St .Louis. Send us your job printing. PETITION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE, i To the Hon. Board of Mayor and Aukr men ot the city of Bay St. Louis, in Hancock county, Mississippi. I, John Fayard, a male person over the age of tweioy-one veers, and a resi dent of s-tid city, do hereby apply to yonr honorable bodv* to grant me a license in my nanm to sell in quantities not less than one gallon ot vinous alcoholic, malt, in toxicating or spirituous liquors at my place of business located on Kelier’s hve- j noe. opposite Louisville and Nashville depot, iu said tit \, known as the GILMORE HOUSE, upon my compliance with the law in re ference thereto. Respectfully, John Fayard. fo the Ho”. Board of Mayor and Alder men, of the city of Bay St. Louis, iu Hancock county, Mississippi. Vonr petitioners, whose signatures are hereto undersigned, respectmlly slo-v th it each of ns are legal ami qualified voters ot the city of Bay St. Louis, Miss., ami are ivsidems of said cit>, arid that each of ns do hereby recommend John i Faya id, i resident of s id city, to he! nf good reputation and a sober and suita- j hie person to receive a license as applied for by him as appears in his foregoing ap plicat >n to sell in quantities uot less than one gallon vinous, alcoholic, malt, in .oxicatiug or spirituous liquors at his place of business in said city as related in his application, and your petitioners will ever pray. Gaston George Gabriel Gardebled, Reginald Nicholas Blaize, James Gilmore Fayard, Anthony Oluo Fieri, Heurv Koi Piccalnga, Jr., Raphael Stephen Blaize, John Bang;.rd, Leopold Ban-aid, ('lading Fayard, August Keller, Peter Ramond, John Sidney Latham Cowand Paul Snrcouf, Victor Daniel Blaize, Louis Spotorno. Louis Natale Clemont Spotorno, Henry Kennel, John Lutzzi, Pasqual Luttzi, Octave Favaid, William Edward Applegate, Lncien Myrtle Gex, Daniel Butler Seal, Joseph Deverle Saucier, Thomas Lawrence Fyans, John Athouy Breath, Richard Mendes. Hilary Herbert Posey, Clarence Ells Coburn, Gabriel Yves Hlalze, Joseph Victor Bontemps, David William Bontemps, Xavier Ladner, Bertrand Bordage, Hernmgene Edmund Nicaise, Albert Joseph Carver, John Dil niann, J(dm William C°lson. Ed ward Eugene O’Brien, Charles Hi lien, George- Weinberg, Paul Dillmann, H\ polite Augustin Perre, Micbeal William Dougherty, Robert Warner Peter Joseph Ton line Amelins Letorey, Eugene Henry Delcuze, Nicholas Huger, Peter Moreau, Bernard Strong, Maurice Albert Johnston, Frank Charles Bennoud, Alcide Ladner. Delmas Ladner, Albert Cau hot, Forstal Fayard, Willie Can or. Peter Tudury, Chalmette Joseph Villars, Edward Charles Joseph Gardebled, H daud Lichfield Sadler, John os< inach, Charles George Moreau, John Archibald Green, George William Maynard, Ch ha ties Augustus Worsley, Sylvester Ladner, Edward Frederick Becker, Anthony Gabriel Tomasich, Frank Dillmann, Peter Capdepou. Charles Peter Taconi, Alphonse Fayard, Charles Edward Ham, Alfred Arnold, Hubert Eager Maynard, Frank Fabre, Joseph May Bogle Spence, Joseph Evariste Saucier, Etienne Ladner, Walter Joseph Gex, Frank Joseph Taconi, Sr. Cladius Saucier, Caswell Adoppes, Jefferson Smelker. Walter Napoleon King, Cyril Bourgeois, Charles Sanger, Calwiu Fayard, James Henry Breath, Leon Bartholomew Capdepon, George Muller, Edward Eugene Saucier, Hypolite Robert Perre, Jtimes Taconi, Andrew Vasili, Willie Carver. Robert Joseph Caldwell, Robert Joseph Murtagh, Evariste Dudley Toulme, George Rudolph, Lucien Cuevas, Alcide Moran, Fiauk Clement Bordage, Sylvan Ladner. John Baudier. Jacob Heitzmann, Thomas Kmsella, Ferdinand Henry Egloff, Victor Firmau Landreaux, Henry Louis Landrieux, Willie Joseph Gallup, James William Watts, Joseph Combel, Cyril Ladner, Joseph Lee Gager, Otto Sange, William Ames, Thomas Am p s, William Lubin Gamier, John Lusich, Charlie Allred Breath. S'i’ATE OF MISSISSIPPI. I Hancock County, S Citvof Bay St. Louis. S This Is to certify that the foregoing is a true copy of the original as the same re mains on tile at my office. [Seal.] Witness my hand and seal this Ith day of November. 1809. KictiAT t> Minors, Secretary. ELECTION RESULTS. The results at the Bay are as follows: for governor: A. H. LONGING) 9K R. K. Prewitt, 8 FOR LT. GOVERNOR ; JAS. T. HARRISON 88 J. W. Prude g FOB SECRETARY OF STATE: J. L. POWER S3 N. M. Hollingsworth 12 FOB AUDITOR PUBLIC ACCOUNTS: W. Q. COLE ' s] T. J. King, 12 STATE TREASURER; J.K. STOWERS, 77 J. A, Bailey, 12 Attorney general: MONROE M’CLURG, 77 J. J. Dennis STATE SUPERINTENDENT ED: H. L. WHITFIELD, SO J. H-Simosou 14 CLERK SUPREME COURT; E. W BROWN SO E. E. Henderson, land commissioner: E. H. NALL so T. J. Vining, revenue agent: WIRT ADAMS 8s ry. com. First District; A.Q. MAY A. M. Monroe, Second District— J. D. Nclnnis, G. M. Cain Third District: J. C. Kinconnon, 7$ W. T. Ray, 10 dist. attorney, Second Disc.: WALTER A. WHITE, 90 Second District: WESLEY G, EVANS Jr 88 REPF.F.SENT ATI VE: E. J. BOWERS, 99 COUNTTSUPT. of public education. W. W. STOCKSTILL 99 CIRCUIT AND CHANCERY CLERK: E. H. HOFFMANN, SHERIFF AND TAX-COLLECTOR; JOS. F. CAZENEUVE, CORONER AND RANGER. 7 J. J. SEAL,; k treasurer: JAS. G. FAYARD 95 TAX-ASSESSOR: F. C. BORDAGE, SURVEYOR; Z. T. JONES, supervisor—Beat 5: LOUIS S. BOURGEOIS Cazeneuve’s for Dry Goods. j - F - CAZEN e//^ dealer in 9 Dry - Goods, - Notions, j CLOTHING, H ITS, ETC. An elegant line ofCapes, from Gsc to §l2 00 j Comforts at all Prices. Hunters'Coats. Tati and Black, SI.OO up I Flanneletts, Outings, i dozen Gents’ Heavy Cotton, half hose, 5c & loc guides 5c to 10c per vd Ladies and Misses Bla k Hose, from 5c up Ladies’ Vests, Fasc inators and Gents’ Underwear, pure wool, per Baby Caps at all prices. 5uit...... §1.50 np Gents’ Heavy Oyershirts. from.. 25c up 1 yd. wide Unbleached Colton. Gents’ Heavy Cotton Knit Under excellent quality 4c up shirts, from 15c up I yd wide Unbleached Cotton, Just received aline of Men's Hats better guide scup at from 45c ?_.• 00 Suspenders, large assortments, from 10c up ! Boys, Hats, from 20c up Headquarters for Blankets and I " he above mentioned are but a few of the many such Bargains. and see, and get tlie oiost and best foryour Money. Country Orders Solicited. Next Door to P. O. BAY ST LOUIS, MISS Peter Hellwege, President. 'PHONE 52. Eugene H. Roberts, Cashier. James v. Dunbar, Vice-President. Joseph E. Saucier, Teller. Hancock County Bank, OF BAY ST. LOUIS, MISSISSIPPI. Foreign and Domestic Exchanges Bought and Sold. Deposits received from ($1.00) one dollar upward. Loans made on approved security. G -Z 3 Your account Is solicited. DIRECTORS : Joseph F. Cazeneuve, James Y. Dunbar, E. H. Hoffmann, G. H. Dunbar, PEiER hellwege, Aug. Keller, F. B. Dunbar, Peter E. Hellwege, Chas. Marshall. 25 0 R MORE BOATS For ponging Qysters. Stf-llfelifsl ('ftNli Paid. APPLY TO G. W. DUNBAR'S SONS’ CANNERY, BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. THE Bays 1 Mercantile Company Is the Best Known Business House In BAY ST. LOUIS To the Close Buyers They are Sole Agents For Selz, Schwab & Co’s SHOES. They keep a fine line of Men’s and Boys Ha Caps, Clothing and Shirts. A nice assortment of Dry Goods and Notions We still lead in the Grocery Line. We keep Every Thing. NORTH GULFPORT. OHE HID AW4T ram i WHEN A HOUSE IS BH.ECTE3D One year’s subscription to “DOWN SOUTH’’ to each purchaser. Gulfport Land & Improvement Cos., Gulfport, Miss., or to 137 Carom Met St., N. O. - . i ESTABLISHED NEARLY TWENTY YEARijB. Qardebled’s Drug] Store, Corner of Main and Toulme Streets. Bay St. Laval**- Miss, Ton^o^rtJSyoS* I RmSS B *' and vjLy Articles, Stationery, Clears Positions Quiiranteed TO GRADUATES OF HARRIS’ BUSINESS COL LEGE. SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND AD TELEGRAPHY JACKSON, MJpSISSIPPI- We are offering advantages far superior to an Jin the South and at extremely and^n scholarship, S3u. Don’t think because the termf arc Ic' it is Inferior work. It is thoro-g panty with these hard times, eautiful Catalogeseiu oa application. j_|^RlS P seident T "H. J. TURNER, JNO. A. BREATH f CQ . . a -&SSSSt JTTSS PHysiciao alphonse fayard, Ja, 10 * " and Surgeon, CONSTITUTIONAL AMENdMENTS! % 2 tO 3 P- m. £ * llU ’ n yS.V.V.V'rr.VJJJJJ".■.Tmr:r:;rr r/.lr/.'III; Jf;S Office Front, near Head r X c. r t *~T~r~ Union Streets. . • • Gaston G- GardebledT# M , bay st. tons. BAT ST. LOUIS, MISS. I k C - U “°“ “ CONTRACTOR & BIILMK. DO YOU BELIEVE IN ECONOMY? This Advertisement Means Economy 10 t ou. - the first of OUR -■ win imn sale Will be Saturday, Nov. 11, 1899. YOU know what our Bargain Sales mean, don’t you? So we will not try to tell you. Come down and see for yourself. We are offering the fob lowing goods at sacrificing prices: Bjs’ Long I One lot better quail-S One lot Dress Goods irshirts, |ty Fascinators, with|in all pure wool, 45 and h, sale sheading, worth 50c, 150 inches wide, 8 yards I sale price 25c each. £to piece, a magnificent f Negli-| One lot men’s Black I oll ® r at $4.50 and $4.75 ts, nice Socks, a good quality, | pattern, dark colors, worth 40c, all finished, worth 10c! One lot Gents’ alt sale price 25c. pair, sale price 5c pair. I wool Undersuits, from One lot ladies’ laun- One lot ladies’ to sl-50 suit, dered Shirt Waists, quality Black Stock-§ Ladies’ Golf and Ar made of pretty dark Sings, always sold for Imy Hats, were SI.OO Percales, worth 75c, 1 8c and 10c pair, sale j sale price 75 cents, sale price 49c. I price 5c pair. 9 One lot Ladies'Tom One lot Children's Un- i One lot Gents’ nice Boy Hats, worth 35 C dershirts, sizes 16 to equality Flannel Over- and 40c sale price, 20c 18, worth 20 cents, sale a shirts, worth $1.25, Q ne lot ladies’ and price, 10 cents each. isale price 89c each. children's Trimmed One lot nice all wool One lot Gents’ better Hats at Half price. Fascinators, worth 40 quality Flannel Shirts,| cents, sale price 20c worth $1.50, sale price! each. SPECIAL. Ladies’Black Alpaca! Ladies’Plush Capes, Ladies’ Cloth Capes and Mohair Skirts, | braided and beaded, a great big bargain, for lined throughout and! worth $2.00 and $2.25, 25c each, I usually sold for sl.2s|sale price $1.50. I— ~~———- — and 1.50, sale price 99 Ladies’ Very Hand-1n f f nc f co 01ca j nn h -Liacues veiy xianu I Underskirts, from $1 cents each. some Hiuh Capes, I to $2.50 each. I worth $7.00 and $8.00.1. Ladies’ Fancy Color- sale price $5.00 and! Children’s Jacket; ed Brocadine Skirts, al-Sss-50 each. I from SI.OO up. ways sold for s2.oo,sale! Ladies’ Cloth Capes,! “ price, $1,49. |a stunner, at 99 each.] EXTRA SPECIAL, fl * wmmmaamammmmmmmmßKmaßmmßammnaamem ONE big lot of odds and ends in rem nants, consisting of WOOLEN Goods, Fancy Dress Goods, Cot tons, Checks, Calicoes, Etc. All to be sac rificed at half their value. They must go Engman’s E sS rise . fl the deeot. ijav st. louts, miss = COAL! COAL! the Gulf Coast Ice & Mfg. Cos., OPPOITE THE DEPOT BAY ST.LOUIS. MISS. ° We are now ready to receive orders and deliver Stone Coal to all parts of the Bay and Waveland at moderate prices. r Job work . AVhy? Be _3 £E cause we lead all rivals in 3 /1/f/d nfc: the execution of Fine Com-^ E C/iwlito mercial Job Printing. Our 5 Sr acilities for doing so are bet- t ter. Our experience is of longer standing and our 3 £ prices are right. Years of successful business is suf- 3 ficient porf of this. |1 on Take No Risk V CI .jflß**-- ■■MAHMMU MHMBMHMBPTCMia MBMaHWaM n - w - rMTMnrrM - n A/ —-40 Job Work from us—the prince of printers. Years 3 £r of experience have taugh , us the exact needs of the 3 business public, and we are going to maintain onr re- -5 putation for turning out % FINE COMMERCIAL PRINTING % according to the highest standard of excellence. 3i Jr New, improved, fast and A1 Job Presses! 3| J The Echo Job PrintingToffice, 3 Front Steet, Bay St Louis, Miss. 3 ttUUtU4UltiUttMiiU(UtUUttttUUt*4U4tttUtM(UtU4tMU(tUUiU M FOR SALE OR RENT. On easy terms, house containing seven rooms, two stables, large grounds, sitnat e<l on Jeff Davis avenue, Waveland. Fur’ ther particulars apply, W. H. Seymour, 1123 Terpsichore, St., New Orleans,La. OppositioN Bakery, IANDRIEU BROS., PROPS. 1 Tha only malt yeast bread on the coast made bv our Bakery: Landrleu Building, cor. Goodchil dren and Hancock sts„ Bav.SLoats* UOoacllfl * L. A. deMOMTLUZIM. Chemist and Pharmacia DEALER IX DRUGS, CU i. MICA Li AND PAT'- MEDICINES, PERFUMERY I'-' 1 LET ARTICLES ETC SPECTACLES. CANIh^ Cigars and Tobacco- Soda and Mineral Wat*- Frout neai' Main Streets,— Bay St. L-mn. ** PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY^ L. M. GEX. Agt., Genera! Merchandise. Fancy - Staple Groceres Corner Hancock and Washington *■’* Louis, Miss. _ Skin Diseases. For the speedy and permanent enr-- tetter, salt rheum and eczema. ta-V, berlain’s Eye and Skin Ointrne# 1 B without an equal. It relieves the itcc lug and smarting almost instant’} ‘ its continued use effects a perms* 1 , cure. It also cures itch, barber s i ‘ scald head, sore nipples, itching P 1 i chapped hands, chronic sore ey? B 8 granulated lids. Dr. Cady’s Condition Powders horses are the best tonic, blood P fiJ^^^mifuge. Price, 35cents.