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QRUOGIST . . . ;h *>“ Star Drug Store. FreaU Drugs .^Jl£taSiStriXJ* mMUm **!~: and * ay Preiertntlons compounded day oi night. Order* by mail prompt TtTqd I rsl ti o□ ly attended to. meaicmes. Turpontlßß,Patau, Oita. Bto. Soda Water and Finest Syrups. THE SEA COAST ECHO. Onto rod at the Boy BtN Louis postofflee aa aeo <md-oMu* mall matter. cnae. o. amaiuu, bditor and raorantTOß. .Subscription: |l per uumiiu, in Advance. OtIICAGO; Heproaented by Lord A Thoroaa, Ifc Randolph street. —— wnw YORK; Represented hy Rowell A Cos., No. in spruou street. IMULADRI.PHIA: Ropresenled by ;N. W. Ayer ft Ron, Times Bnlidlnff. I"uWished everySsUirdsy. SabsorlpUon, 11.00 par annum.strictly In advance. Nopay,nopaper CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE NOJ. Office, 3-3. Residence, 3-3. LouliVllla & Nashville R.fl . Schedule. Takes effect Sunday, December I, Idol. ■ount bousd—Arrive- No. I—Llraltod passonnor, dally ft:46 p tn No. 'i—Fast Mall, dally, 5:37 a m No. ft—Fast Express 4:IH p m No 7—Coast,Ltd. dally, os. Sunday,..7:lo am north round—: Anire. No. &-Faat mall, dallv 0:97 pm No. A— Limited passengor, daily, 10:47 a m No. o—Limited Express am No. ft—Coaat, Ltd. dally ox Sunday. ....ft :R4 pm JOHN A. OHEEN, Local Agent. CITY OP BAY ST. LOUI*. Ml3B. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 20, IDOL CITY ECHOES. Selz Shoes—Bay's Mercantile Cos. Rex Shoes—Bay's Mercantile Cos. Friends of Marshal Carver are glad to see him out sgfilu, alter an Illness of sev eral weeks. Flannel Overshirts and Undershirts at The Bat's Mercantile Company much cheaper than elsewhere. Thanksgiving services were held in all of the churches In this city and Ibe day morn generally observed than on former occasions. L, M. Gex opened bis saloon Saturday night with a full and good stock of wines and liquors, and Is being accorded a lib eral patronage. If you nave not yet registered you should do so next week. After that time It will be ton la'e should yon wish to,vote 10 the coming municipal elections, Kvon B. Kirk, a former resident of this city, died a: his home In Paulding, Ohio, lust Sunday and was hurled at that place with Masonic honors, Mr. Kirk was a builder by trade and did mucb work while here some years back. There was no court session Thanksgiv ing Day, The post oilier, custom bouse, hank and other business places were clos ed ball ot Ibe day. Tbe Judge, District Attorney and lawyers spent the day m their respective homes, Ulluxl Herald; Hon. August Keller, who was mayor of Bay bt. Louis, and who Is about tremove to Houston, Tex., sea* tendered a very bor.rty ana cordial hsud-ofl by his (ellow-citlzcus ol tbe Bay on Monday evening. There was an ele gant banquet served, and It was largely attended. Mr. Keller will be greatly miss ed (rm tbe Bay, and It Is pleasing to tbe Herald to he able to cbrontole tbe fact that this honor was shown blm. At a meeting ol tbe Public Library or gr.nlzallon held Tuesday nlgbt at tor homo ol Hon. K- J. Bowers, It was final h decided to open the new library next Monday morning, December 2nd, at the Bank Building, second floor. All day yes terday sod today tbe fixtures and books have been moved and everything placed in readiness (or the opening. There will l>e another meeting ol tbe organization si the Library, Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Jane Hopkln's Clothing lor chil dren, at Tbe Bay’s Mercantile Company Before the Hancock county Circuit Court Wednesday t'apfain F. M. Eaton and Captain Peter Harvey, In the employ of Lopez & Dukgte, ot Biloxi, were tried uml convicted lor violating tbe oyster dredging law and fined SMR.OO, one Half each. There were two separate charges. Captain Harvey was convicted under the general statutes for dredging to wstoi less tban fourteen feet, and Captain Raton lor violating Hie oyster ordinance created by tbe Board of Supervisors, which lor bidslbi use <■( steam vessels In oyster fishing. Both cases will be carried to the Supreme conn, counsel oonleUlng tbe liability of the defendants on the grounds that b' lh the Slate statutes and the coun ty ordinance were unconstitutional. Mayfield Clothing Bay’s Mercantile Company. At the church of Our Udr of the Oulf Tuesday morning, Very Kev. Father Blauc officiating, a romantic marriage was cele brated, ibe contracting parties being An tonio Lolacano and Miss Francesca Gulg hardp. The gloom came from Italy some tow years ago In quest of a future, leav ing bebied a loved one with ibe hope that some day they would meet again and unite their hearts In bonds strong and lasting. That day waa Tuesday. Tbe groom, baying accrued tbe necessary funds, a few weeks ago sent tor bis loved oOp from across the sea, who arrived last week accompanied by her father. The young couple will make Bay St. Louis • heir home. Currants, Raisin, Citron ami Mince Meal at Tilery's Mercantile Cos. Auguste RegonScc, a native of France, but a resident and volar of Ba.v 81 . Louts, aged seventy-two years, was found dead in hts bed Wednesday morning, lie was formerly In the employ of Victor Lao-1 drteu & Bro. In the bakery business, and ! when the Urm moved to New Orleans some year* since, he remained on the pre mises, now occupied by the Gei estab lishment. Mr. Gez discovered the man i dead, not seeing him about the place the discovery was the result of an immediate search. Judge Breath Impaneled a jury . and an inquest held over the remains, the finding being that the deceased bad met his death from no unnatural cause. lie gouflrc bas s wife aud grown op children in New Orleans to whom the remains were Shipped. Political Announcements. The Bes Coast Koto la authorized to announce Alolde Lsdnhr a candidate tor re election to the oflloe of City Treasurer. The Sea Coaat Echo U authorised to announce James H. Breath a candidate tor election to the oflloe of City Treasurer The November term ol the Hancock County Circuit Court conreoed in Bay tit. Louis Monday morning. Judge James H. Neville was present, also District Attor ney White. Mr. Sam Russ was made foreman of the grsnd jury. The Judge’s cbsige to the jury was vigorous and con snmed two hours for Its delivery. He dwelt with special emphasis on mob law and the violation of the Sunday law at great length, urging the Jury to set firmly and promptly In any violations brought to their altyutlnn. He further called no tice lo bla dwelling at last term ol base ball on Sundays, and understanding no cognizance ot the law bad been made be demanded a minute investigation lo the matter s the proper indictments could be found. The docket is not a large one, but the number ol witnesses Is unprece dented. Among the visiting attorneys are J. Its Ford, Scranton; K. M. Barber, Bi loxi; W. Q, Evans, Gulfpoit; Tally, Pop larvllle. Messrs. Bowers, Chaffe & Mc- Donald, I). B. Seal, Waller J. Q :x repre sent the local bsr. The session will ad journ today, The Echo will publish Ibe proceedings next week. Pennant Clothing at The Hay’s Mercan tile Company, Mr. and Mrs. Manley Blalze are enter taining a little sen, whose arrival dates mcc Friday. Richard Mendes has been made ite successor of August Keller as local repre sentative of the Louisville & Nashville R. R. Company’s claim department, Harrla'Uiisiuesa College,Jackson,Miss , secures a greater per cent ot Its students GOOD positions than any other business college. There Is hardly a day that don’t place someone lo a position. Why don’t you take a comae with them and let them sun you at6UoriKUoa month? They have had, during the passed few months, 211 applications lor book-keepers and steno graphers that they could not supply,—sa lary from s4oto $76 a month. Recently ill of then students secured GOOD posl Guns m 10 days. PERSONAL ~ Passant. and SOCIAL. Miss Aline Gautier, of West Pascagoula, in visiting Miss Nellie Tyler, Mr, George Q. iger was among the pro miiienl representatives from Pearllngton who wore here during the week. Mr. Ifnhert Anstey, a prominent young attorney ol New Orleans, visited his pa rents on Carroll avenue this week. Judge A. E. J. Comb, from Nicholson, was taken 111 during tbe week ant) return ed heme. Ho was here attending court. Mr, J,. J. Foster returned to Now Or leans Monday morning from tt business visit lo the Bay, guest of Mr G. Muller. Mrs. H. Graham returned yesterday from a visit of six weeks to relatives and friend* in Monroe and Conecuh counties, Alabama, Mr. Win. Grimes, a popular young Bay gentleman of former yean, was hero from Biloxi during the week, called by the Illness of bis mother. Hon. Henry Egert returned to bis home at Nicholson yesterday morning. He was acquitted of the charge shooting on the public highway, us expected. Mr. F. W. Oraber, the enterprising pro prietor of the Western Meat Market in Wavolaml, spent a few days very pleas antly in New Orleans last week. Mrs. Bowers and Mrs. McDonald were among those flora the Bay last week who attended (he Modjeska-James appearance in New Orleans at the fulium. Mr. James M. Oireans, superintendent of construction for the H. Weston Lnm her Company, and a gentleman with many Iriends, wits here from Logtown during the Week and u welcome caller at The Echo oflloe. Mrs. L. M. Go* returned Tuesday night from a visit of several weeks in New Orleans to bar daughter, Mrs Andre Dneatel, in whose home a little daughter lias arrived. Mrs Qex ws accompanied by her daughter, Mias Vicky. Hon, Jos, hi. Saunter, ootiniy treasurer, who la adding many new friends in the Pearl Klvor district of the county to his already long list of acquaintances, was down from Logtmvn during the weeki visiting his family and attending court. Mr. J. Ang. Uoyct. from Pearlinglon, where he is best) clerk in one of tbe larg est mercantile establishments in Hancock county, was a welcome caller at this office during the week, and The Echo wot glad to see its young friend again. He waa a member of tbe petit Jury. O AB TORI A . Brs the /t llw Kind You Han Always Buitfit 'T- Notice. I HEREBY NOTIFY all parties Indebted to tne on account of my late mercantile business In this city that 1 have appointed Richard Meades nty collection agent. AUG KELLER. Bay St. Louia, Miss., Nov. SO, 1901. Notice. FOUND—Adrift at mouth of Turkey Bayou, in L uislana marsh, one raft, about one hundred piles. Owner may claim them from Raymond Cusrvaa, keeper at Turkey Bayou, or better I “to agara,. Gaston G Gardsbled, MAY BT. LOUIS. MISS j Contractu taken for small and large lobe. Esti mates made free,and plena and designs cheer fully furnished. A liberal share of patronage wolloited. Order* left at Gani oM’.-d Drugßtore will raortre ptoupt attention. Koridanoe on Oarroiwmmue 4a- —L , D. B. SEAL, , attorney-at-law. Practices In alt Sea CoagM3ounlloa. Offloe Union near Hancock strePM Bay St. Louia. HON. AUG. KELLER HONORED. Hon. August Keller, ex-mayor of thie city, ami a prominent resident and busi ness man for Hie put twenty-live yean, w banqueted Monday night at the Clif ton House by a number of friand* mid re presentative citizens of both Hay St. Louis and Waveluml, While hln departure, which will take place next week for Houston, Texas, is a eonree ot deep re gret it allot (led Ibe participants of Mon day night's event genuine pleasure to be present and In show their cel win and np praolathm of the man who an an official and private citizen has worked Imlelutigii hly tor the benefit of the community. The long table in the dining hall was well spread mid the feast was one, prepar ed and nerved, that won additional praise for the faiiien management of the Qliflmi. The colors, tod and while, of the Bay. Warelaod Yacht Club, of which Mr, Kel ler is treasurer and a charter member, were prominent in the decorations. Over the entrance the Club's Hag was suspend ed and tastefully draped, while over the table from the ceiling w ore suspended the Initials "A. K.” wrought In natural rosea, Each piste was provided with a bouton niere, and a card hearing the name of in dividual guests, assigning them to their respehlive scats. On the card wore in "oribed these lines; '"For the benefit of any fortunate who may get under the inliaonco of the heav enly nectar, wo would stale that trucks, ice water and lirnino seltzer have bead provided. Also, shotfld the fortunate de sire a month’s treatment and Iron trans portation for the liquor habit, it shall be Inruished. So drink ami bo merry. “TUB CoMMITTRE,” The menu was s Jived as follows; Oysters ala Half-Shell, Soupea la Tortue, Hors d’Oeuvres, Radishes, Olives, Ham, Ctabes Furois a Ik Hay-Waveland Y. C-, Pummes de tnrre, Haul Sant,ernes, Chicken Salad ala Regatta, Cold Roast Turkey ala Clifton, Cranberry Sanoe, Oyster Patty, Vhi Rouge Oram) Californio, Gateaux Moles, Fruits, Nuts, Champagne, Mura, Calb Nolr, Cigars, Time sped as if winged, and at a late hour the revelers departed. Many com plimentary toasts wore drank to Mr. Kel- Ifi’s future success and many flattering allusions nitide to his long and useful ca reer spent in this section. Ho Wasdoeplv touched hy the mil hurts of eloquence and warmth of good fellow ship so sinoerely expressed and begged to acknowledge his hearty expression of npuruoialion ol the oemonstratlou with which he felt so ho- IIOHMI. t T hose present wore the following-named: August Keller, Jas. Rea, Paul Conrad, John Demurest, K, L. Piuao, W. W. Bonl lomet, W.J. Demurest, B. K. O’Brien, R. F. O’Brien, Jairua V. Dunbar, A. K. Hart, Charles Marshall, Cbas. O. Moreau, E. H. Holfinuun, Joseph F. Cnzenenvo, Richard Monde*. Chs, A. Butler, Thus. L. Evans E. J. Bowers, Will T. McDonald, Dr. J M. B. Spence, E. A. Urandoa, Dr. R. J. rumor. William Blake. POLL TAX. Wages May Be Garnisheed for Pay ment of Same. The States press is beginning do dis cuss the far-reaching effect of an opinion handed down hy Ihe Supreme Court in the case of Alack While vs, W. F. Martin, appealed from the chancery court of Gre nada county, involving the question of poll tax collect ions. Its significance and tine relation to the poll tax problem seam to have heOonle apparent for the Hist time. Under this decision the wagea of a negro who works by the week can he garnisheed fur pull tax, althongh the same amount. Is, of course, seenre from execution. Asa majority of the negroes of the State some time during the year are employed for wages, this opens the door lo industrious lax collectors to prac tically colled all the poll taxes assessed against that race, and as a result, to con vert many ot the negroes, particularly in the Delta, intoqimlillcd voters, in spite of the fact that the general idea of the Constitution seems lu IlsVo been to dis courage payment of poll taxes and conse quent qiiallflcalton as electors on the their part, A former ease settled that nun-tax aide property could not hs taken for the poll tax, siit-li as wearing apparel, etc. U was ruled in the case first referred to that wages due a laborer constituted a debt (inn him, no matter how small, and were, therefore, taxable property w-lthiu the meaning of I,tin Constitution; even though It is known that no taxes have ever yet. been collected on ihntspeoies of property in the history of the State, lu short, w ages are exempt from execution within o-r'uiii limits, hot not from garn ishment for poll taxes assessed and not collected by ordinary means.—Picayune Jackson Bureau. Bay St. Louis Public Library. Sunday's New Orleans Times-Demo crat contained the following mention of the Bay Si, Luma Public Library: Tbe Public Library Association of Bay St. Louis and Waveland Is meeting with great encouragement in Us efforts to es tablish a circulating library and public reading room, Regulai meetings are held each week to receive reports from the various commit tees appointed to funner tbe work of tbe association. The soliciting committee report generous response on tbe part of tbe merchants and citizens. A room has been rented In the bank building, over tbe pos'offlce, a central to cation well adapted to the purposes of tbe association. Having as a necleus the library accu mulated by the King’s Daughters, this is being dally augmented by contributions of books, magazines, etc. The library la strictly nonsectanan, a committee having In charge the censor ship of all contributions of literary mat ter. The library will be opened after December 1, a sufficient amount haying been guaranteed to warrant this step. Contributions of bouks.m gazmes, etc. both uew mid second handed are solicit ed, sod will be highly , predated. Due notice wilt be given of the hours, both day and night, when the librarian will be In attendance. The room will net comfortably bested and at night welt lighted, and ern thing possible will bo done to make tin- library an attractive place ol resort fur hath young and old. Cash subscriptions are solicited to help meet the various Items of expense. Mis* Katie R. Walker, (secretary), Bay St Louis, Miss., will receive and prompt ly acknowledge ad snhacrlptioas. CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. STATE OF MI KIOBIPPI, ) Hancock Comity, > City of Bov St. Louis. S Special Term, November 23, 1901. A special meeting of the Board ol May or and Aldermen of the oit.v of Bay St. I.onis was held at the City Hall, on Sat urday, the23rd day of November, 1901. There wore present Hon. E. E. O’Brien, mayor; Lem Cnpdepon, A, F. Cameion and F'. H. Eglolf, aldermen; Albert J, Car ver, marshal; Richard Mcndes, secretary. Absent: Alderman Osolnaob, The object of the meeting was stated to lie for the purpose of considering L. M, Gex’s application for retail liquor liceune, as staled in the call issued Monday, Nov ember 18, 1901. The liquor petition of L. M. Gex after remaining on Ills according to law was ex amined, and it appearing to the Board that the law hud been compiled with, li cense to aell vinous, alcoholic and mult Intoxicating liqnornin quantities less Dun one gsllon, in a house on the corner of Qoodchlldren and Hancock streets, and known ns the Oex Store, was granted to the said L. M. Gex for one year from the 23id ol November, 1901. L M Oex presented his liquor bond to sell vinous, malt, intoxicating liquors in quantities less than one gallon, signed by L. M. Oex principal, and Mrs. M. V. Gex for 91000 and L. It. vnnOohrcn, M. D,, for SIOOO. The same was approved by the Bouid and license ordered issued to the said L. M. Oex to soil vinous, mult, In toxicating and spirituous liquors in quan tities loss than one gallon, for one year, from the 23rd day of November, A. D., 1901, in n house known ss the Gex Kioto, mid located corner Hancock and Good children streets, in said city, and the Sec retary ordered to issue certificate to the said L. M. Oex. There being no further business the Board adjourned to meeting in course. Attest: RICHARD MENDFIH, Seo’y. , ST, JOSGPH’S ACADenV NOTES. On Friday, November 22nd, the (unit of Si. Cecilia, under the patronage of that saint was held the quarterly musical examination of the pupils of St. Joseph's Academy Thu day began with muss, at which the Convent Choir, aided by Mrs. Glover, a graduate of the class 1901, and Miss Maria ('umbel, u former pupil, saug beautiful hymns In honor of the saint mu sician, In the tttleruoon at 2:30 o’clock began the examination, at which were present Very Kev. Father Blanc, Rev. Father Cbsuvlo, Mother Marla Provincial from New Orleans, Mother Kupbrasla aud a number of teachers. It was evident from the praiseworthy emulation manifested by the pupils some days previous that they were determined to give entire satisfaction to their profes sors. That tney were successful was wit nessed by all who attended the examina tion. The pupils wore rowatdod with a picnic at Pass Christian, which they I greatly enjoyed. After the examination an Interesting musical programme was had, participated in by the following named: Esther McGinn, Barth Huwze, Dura Carver, Stella Hamilton, Kduu Bran dao, Annie Wldmur, Lillian Demurest, Irene Emerson, Jennie Hickman, Lucy Hamilton, Eliac Guerin, Uoaetta Luster, Natalie Scott, Nauman Scott. Mabel Bran dos, Antoinette Raymond, May Bcrgaml nl, Bello Msrkoy, Gertrude Keller, Alula Harvey, Ms Matranga, Mary Qulntlnl, Juliette Catchot, Carmel Bermoud. ANOTIIKK 1101.1 MAY. Thanksgiving Day was celebrated with great ftStlvUles utlbe Academy. A ban quet was prepared in the children’s refec tory. The table were set and decorated by the Minor pupils, under the Immediate direction of the aood Mother Superior. Very Her. Father Blanc and Rev. Father Cbauvin honored the children with ‘heir presence at table and made the banquet a most agreeable one. Miss Blanche Avery, also agues!, contribute,l to the enjoyment of the day with her pleasant conversation, pretty songs and lovely recitations. Miss Lillian Barlow, of Bayoa La fourche, La,, a talented and most amiable young lady, has resumed her studies at the Academy. See new railroad time table. Mexican Mustang Liniment quickly relieves aad cures Piles, also prevents chafing. Palm teaches many les- 1 ’ sons, one of which \s iy use Mexican Mustang Liniments v A Mexican Mustang Lihinient cures Frost-bites, Cbilblains, Chapped Hands and Face ST. STANISLAUS COLLEGE NOTES. Last Sunday the president celled the Jnoiurs and seniors together in the seniors’ Study hall, theoocuaiou being the reading of the monthly premiums. These are awarded every month to those pupils who have given general satisfaction and .attained the largest number of merits In Ibetr respective classes and special studies- The fnllnwing students were the lucky recipients ot prises for the month of Nov ember: Conduct In the senior department, Antoine J. Burch; among the Juniors, F\ Wagnespack; for general excellence in the graduating class, Mavor MeUnoon: supe rior course, James Ancoln. first commer cial, sent ion A, AI l>i it Tiissin; second com mercial, section B, FVrnnnd Wagnespack; intermediate, section A, Pan! Blanchard; intermediate, section B, Edward Unnu; primary, James Miret; elementary .Arthur Dunn; premiums for F’rencb, first class, Anatnlo Keller; third class, M. Blcnler; fourth clnss, Frank Hm.serl. The pre mium for shorthand was awarded to Leo Milldr; tor penmanship, first division, ruble Gnorrin; second division, 8. Wil bert. Thanksgiving day was duly oolehratod by the seniors. They had originally plan ned to have a grand game of loot ball, the only game that seems to lie permissible on that day; but owing to the unusually warm day, the plan hail to be altered, and a game of baseball Woa substituted. The classes of ’O2 and '0:1 selected a team from among their members and nttullunged the balance of the senior department. The challenge was gladly accepted by the lat ter und team oVganlzod. Antoine Bnreh. 'O3, managed the fl ret and Dan Walsh the second team. The game was called u 9:30, Brother Lambert acting op umpire. The prize in view wan two roasted tur keys, and seldom, If ever, has a prize bee. so stubbornly contested. For nine fust and furious innings one team now led and I hen the other; at the end of the moth the some was even. At Mils point the game was interrupted,to allow both the players and spectators an opportunity to partake ot n splendid Thanksgiving dinner, consisting of tlie time-honored turkey, ersnhetry sanoc, etc. The boys enjoyed their splen did meal Immensely, and left the dining room perfectly satisfied with their Thanksgiving dinner. The meal over, ti short recess was taken, after which the game was continued with renewed energy nnd enthusiasm. F'onr mote innings were played, without either side scoring the deciding run, Emhiminsni was now at iln boiling point and bubbling over. F'i niilly, in the first half of thn thirteenth Inning Biireh’s teem sent one man over the rubber. His proved to be the win ning run, us Ihu other teem, iu Its half, failed to connect ilh the curves nfUele, who wss now pitching as if his very life depended nnon Die Issue ef Din contest, llnreh's tuiiin had won, the turkeys were theirs; and the longest and fastest triune within the recollection of Die older sru deols had oumo to nn end At lunch tittle the tired winners were given the holly contested prize, which they enjoyed to their utmost. This was the principal event of the day. In the evening, both the seniors and Juniors assembled in the large exhibition hall and participated in asiag dance, Do music being furnished by the colleg nrcliestiH. When the boys had danced themselves tired, they were called to bed. to which they gladly retired, us all of them wore solely In need of a good night’s lesl. The breakwater, which was lately darn) aged liy tlieatonn, is being repaired. The washouts will be refilled ana the college beach will presentas handsome unanpeur ttiicc ss itevor did. Among the visitors to the collage during the past week were Miss Beulah and Jennie degge. of New Orleans; Mrs,Lefcbvre and family, of Plaqneiniae, La. Overcoats at The Bay’s Mercantile Cos. County Echoes. Penrllngton Paragraphs. Special Correspondence. Several Knights of the Grip in town this week, Mr. K. A. Bulloch spent Sunday in the Crescout City. Mr. W. .1, Pulteveut simt Tuesday away on business. Hcveral of nor citizens loft Monday to utieml Circuit Court. The many friends of Mr. H. Csrre, of Logtown, Will learn with sorrow that he is still critically ill. Dr. Roger DaMontlnZin, of New Orleans was called on a professional visit, to Dr. Fountain during the past week. Mr. und Mrs, Aldnlpli Dttgue, of Mew Orient s spent Sunday Dm guests of Mr*. Dngne’s parents Cupt. and Mrs. J. A. F’nvfe. Dr. J. Q. Fountain, whrt was reported ill last week, while somewhat improved is si ill Confined to lushed, with an attack of typhoid malaria. Cut>t.Paul Guzman, of Flnrnmville, La., iu ia I’euriingtnn tills Weak on bnslnsss and also enjoying shaking hands with Ills many friends in this localityi PETITION FOfl LIQUOR LICENCE. I | To the Honorable Hoard ol Mayor aim Aldermen, of Ibo city of Buy HU Louis, in llanoock count). Mississippi : I, John Fayard, a male person over thn ag of twenty one .yenrs, and resident of said city, do hereby apply to your honor* utile body to grant lu a license in my uauio to sell and retail in any quantity, vinous, alcoholic, malt, Intoxicating or apirltnoni liquors at my place of business, localtwl on Keller avenue, opposite Lonis- Villn & Nashville Depot, In paid oily, known as the GILMORE HOUSE, upon my compliance with the law in re ference thereto. Respectfully, John F’ayabd, To tbo Honorable Board of Mayor ami Aldermen, of the city of Bayßi. Louis, in Hancock county, Mississippi: Your petitioners, whose signatures are hereto undersigned,respectfully show that each of us am legal and qualified volets of (he City of Bay Bt. Louis, Missis- I slppi, and arc residents of said city, and i tbst esch of ns do hereby recom mend John Faysrd, a resident of said city, to he nf good reputation and a suiter and suitable person to receive a license us applied for by biro, os appears in lbs foregoing application, to sell and re tail in any quantity vinous, alcoholic, malt, Intoxicating nr spirituous liquors st bis place of business, In said city, as re luted in hissnpllcstion, and ynur peti tioners will over pray. Albert Joseph Carver, Hilary Herbert Putty, James Ollmoie F'nyurd, Chailcs Hllleu, Oscar Carver, Frank Fahre. George Rudolph, John Baptiste Carrie, Andrew Vasselll, Alfred Carver, sr„ Richard Mcndes, James Henry Breath, Loins Joseph Pieman, Peter I'ndnrj. Thomas Joseph Conway. Charles ti* oige Moreno, Henry Rol Pfcualuga, Jr., Amelins Letorey. Gaston George Gabriel Osrdebled, James William Watts, Willie Joseph Gallup, Joseph Edgar Combel, Otto Kongo, Andrew Tiedor Munich, Louie Kputorno, Loins Nnt-ile Clement Spoturno, Aletde Ladner, William Lnbllt Gamier, Alphonse Farurd, Rtdiert Cbristisn Engnmn, Gshtiel Yves Utilize, Reginald Nicholas BlaDc, Nicholas Roger, Aristide Ladner, Hypolite Augustin Ferre, Robert Lager Maynard, Peter Joseph Benoit, I rank Clement Bondage, Si. Hector McKenzie Graham, Edgar Desire Frndeaux, Albert Monti. Pierre Prndennx, George Mullet. Emile August Prudeaux, Armand Joseph Prmloanx. Charles Hanger, Alelde Moran, August Keller, Frank Clauds Burmond, Augustus Eaton Perry. Paul Lizinm, Felix Jo epb Fayurd, Cyril Ladner, August (Ulema, Joseph LullUts, Georgs lit polite Combel, Joseph Victor Bontemps, Anthony Gsht iel Tnmasloh, Peter Joseph Boudin, Frank Albert Joseph Kaohler, Daniel Bordege, John Arcliihnld Green, Loins I beogene Burahlno, Edward Clint lea Joseph Oaideblsd, Lnoien Myrllt Gex, Del in as Ladner, Ferdinand Henry Kgloff, Lnoien William Bourgeois, John OsohiHob, Carl Beecher, Martin Luther Anslev, Frank Joseph Ladner, Daniel Butler Heal, Walter Joseph Gex, Leopold Bangard, Richard James, Claud Monti, Henry Whittier, Peter Capilcpon, Joseph May Bogle Hponce, Joflersou Hmelker, Frederic Banderet, Jean Antoine Martinez, Duncan Waiter Maynard, Hypaliiu Robert Perm, Optima Richard. George Joseph Prndeaux, Charles Edward Ham, Hennogene Edmond Moauc, Albert Catcher, Georgs Weinberg Hr., Joseph Lindsey Norris, Joseph Duvoili Hanolcr, Anibonv Cnldaro, PeiorHelmut* tier, John Quigley, Charles Peter Tacuni, Michael Doherty, Joseph Leon Favte, Victor Blaise, Auguste Uegonffro, Engsite Ladner, John William Colson, Frank Clement Bondage, Robert Joseph Caldwell, Harry Hood Beyeri Hylvcstre Ladner, Harmlsl Bren rd, Georgs A rho, Cowell Adolfos Sadler, William Ames, Victor J.seplt Snermann, Ludwig Herman volt Gohren. Forest Bangard, Adolph Labat, George William Maynard, Honors Mores U, Cyril Bourgeon,, August Tacoin, State of Missssippi, Hanook County: City of Hay St. Lou in. Ibin in to certify that the foregoing in II true cduy of the orignal ns the same re iiiiiiii* on Ills ut my office. Witneas my hand and s.ml Hun 7th day of November, A. D., 1901. fSenl.] 'ttfCHARD MENDES, Secretary City of Bay St. Louis. 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Men's AU-Wool Sweaters, U 00 to IS ao Tho Hunter’s Comfort, something new—e covert waterproof coal, for |i 7* Boys’ Suits, tor sgss i to IS years from Tio to M SO Children’s Vestee and 3-ptsos 8a1t5,....; It SO to R jo A Suit of Underwear,— from aOo *■■ ou Always an immense stock of Mens and Youth’s Clothing on hand- Trunks, Valises and Satchels in all sizes. Men's and Boy’s Hals and Caps in all shapes, colors and sizes from 10c to 13. WORSTED DRESS GOODS in great Varieties. Brocades, Tricots, Ladies’ Cloth, French Flan new and Waiting, Broadcloth, etc., of the latest shades. A Beauti" ful Line of Deep Mourning Goods. Outing and Fleece Flannels * Tic, 6c and 10c per yard. Full-yard wide Cotton 5c per vard. Special attention is called to my lino of Men’s Woolen Ovorshirf. well named “The Pride of the Town. Gents’ Furnishings of All Descriptions. P Don’t forget that 1 am sole agent for those popular make of Shoes, namely, Hamilton-Brown, Douglas and Emerson. And remember ur motto: "Never afraid to show the goods.” Respectfully, Jos. F. Cazeneuve. - - 1. - i-i—-i-iai"fsfWHi.-. 1 a Pi-mu Hellwkoe, President. PHOKE aa. Euosj H. Retmura, Caahler. J. F. Cazeneuve, Vice-President. Peter Tudurt, Aaeiatant CaahUr. Hancock County Bank* OP BAY 8T LOUIS, MISSISSIPPI. Foreign and Domestic Exchanges Bought and Sold. Deposit* received from (11.00) oae dollar upward. I-cans made on approved security. Your account la aoUolted DIRECTORS: loa. P, Cazimeuvk Jae. v. Dunbar, F, B. Dunbar, Peter KHnm _ W. XPoitevent. B H, Hoffmann. Chas. Marshall. K. H. Robert*, H. 8. Wmton. I No alii made will run hi M llfkl winds Tiff, with disability. irtirulnsi - Ena4r OoM Balled wl. RmHu,. r. •wvtrtor u papM*. “ w * wo ** *" .l| •*• OUR STEEL TOWER **~ HYBEIA SPRAY OR WHITEWASHES PUMP fWKfUu r-p trl* **" * l WATER PURIFYIHO PUMPS AprtMmurrM.r. 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The Blakeslee Gas and Gasoline Engines* Send Postal for our Booklet THE WEU * 0., ■“-g-*.. _ _ It • * The three masted-schooner, Itertha Louise, after taking part, of her cargo at Favre Port, waa today towed across the bar, where she will finish loading from lighters for Mexico, The steamer. Asa, belonging to the Pol- Invciit-Hayne Lumber Cos., which has Wn on the ways for two months, under going ropalra, was launched during the week and U now in first class trim. Thisves entered the residence of Mr. A-a Hnrsey during the past week and took ten or twelve dollars in cueh and jewelry to the amount (60 or S6O in value and some clothing, making a total loss to Mr. Horsey of perhaps seventy-five dollars. Logtown Locals. Special Correspondence. ' J. S. Otis was a business visitor to New Orinars Wednesday. Quite a number of onr trieuds are spend ing the week at the Bay taking in 'Court. Mr F. H. Culpepper spent a conplo of day* in New Orleans, interviewing Santa Clang, Mrs. Kste Oarrat. Miss Katie Wall and Miss virgin McCloskey of New Orleans, accompanied by a young lady friend from Canada, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. 8. Weston. A “suprise party” was given at the re sidence of Mr. J. Howze. Quite a num ber of the young folks from here and Pearlingl m were present and most enjoy able evening was spent We are glad to note that our school is progressing so rapidly. Wo now have music, and elocution departments con nected with the school, in charge of Miss Lnra Lillie, of Franklin, Tenn. We on* doistaud that Miss Lillie comes highly re commaoded, having been a student in the Conservatory of Nashville and is one of Dr. Curry’s pupils In the "Boston School of Expression. She is one of onr finest teachers in the South. Messrs. Perndell and Plunkett, of New Oilcans, switchboard inspectors for the Cumberland Company, have been spending part of the week at the local exshange, m —a Many of the competitors of Harris’ Bu siness Collette, Jackson, Miss., are won dering why they are so successful In get ting so many students and placing them in good positions. They do FIRST CLASS work ly the reason. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children, (be Kind You Have Always Bought ==========^ A] / Save V? / Moivcy \ \m] I by using the I \ Remington/ \ Typewriter users testify / \ that it gives a better/ \ return for the in-/ vestment than any Atk other writing 7K t|/ HARRY H. HODGSON. Deal-EB, 782 COMMON STB BIT.