Newspaper Page Text
Subscription: One Dollar Per Annum.
Xbo victory, is ours! The campaign Ike has lost bis ■ i o * l, ________ mmmm ! papers-in Mississippi aq a I rule arc more, prosperous than I e^er The esteemed Yazoo Senli- E ,I b,w purchased property con trally located in the city proper ' j w iH soon he installed in its mV „ home. The Sentinel is one |- () f the representative newspapers r#th" State., 'So journalistic venture hat, been Unsuccessful than the Gulfport Keconl, which last week reached I its third year 1 . | No newspaper has contributed more toward the up- WfiWiijJ of a community as has i ,hc UhcoKl for Gulfport. Mr, A. ! I'tfiOsofnach, the publisher, is to I ncngratiilnted. I r 'Atlantic City people propose to tftet a handsome and costly homo oirn government site, once occupi ! ftf by a lighthouse, for the use of ! Ithepresentand future president of | the United States during the sum- 1 Dior months provided they can gilt the consent of the gover- 1 meat. The money will be raised t by popular subscription among lociil residents. A'eop.v of the Twentieth Centu ry Edition of the Hiloxi Herald hiw reached The Echo. Publish ed in book form, containing one hundred pages of descriptive mat ter of Biloxi and vicinity,profuse ly illustrated with halftone cuts, we unhesitatingly pronounce it a superior creation of the printer’s art and Ja valued addition to li terature. Price 50 cents. State Commissioner R. H. Hen y has an interesting communica tion in this week’s Echo relative t<>the Mississippi exhibit at the Sb 6ouis World’s Fair. It is sin cerely hoped Hancock county will jolt self well and proud In being ■epresented at what promises to icHie biggest and most complete Inhibition of Hie world's products, fiirk and advancement ever con liivsid and executed. II uieoek fethc men -and material for a Suitable display and it must- be (K UliJ.world that snob sight? sii*ts. ;"T ■ * ‘ tA ftor'v- Ms gone out from that while excavating rtlic new White House) addi tlim the woi'kmon found portions df ulm nan >koleton. This was denied ami the explanation made that,hut one hone was found, and that the hone of a calf or other animal. The correspondent hf a K'lHath-nal paper gives it out that Imncs are what are left of au Ohio man who, a few years since, crawl fl under the Whit# House in an iiltenipt to reach JJjo President by p'lting up through thfe floor, and that lie was not able to oxtricat) himself and, consequently, perish ed. In another column of tliis week’s Echo will he found the advertise unrfit of Converse College, ijpar lanhurg, South Carolina. This is indeed one of the finest schools in ■he country for young ladies. It has nine officers and twoiity-fiv leacliers. Converse College, while |dcnminational, is distinctive ly Kthri-tian school, in which the iieailwrs of the faculty arc mein icfa of the leading churches; and Jh > English Bible is taught as a ' cxt Asa home ami a col its appointments are coni plcte. If interested we would ad *'7 writ "i at once to Robert P. •1. president. Tbrf Congressional primary clec ‘,,|i in tlie Eighth district was held luwdgv and resulted in a sweep-! John Sharp Wil of Yazoo, over Patrick i l "iy and HAcrai Charles E.j miker. Williams canned every r um * the district except Hen-1 i* “"" ,0 county, Warren. ln ! ' own home county Willia ms 1 Hmed ovary vote but nine out of "•'east. Thoi>a,|(y>.,ig niU | t h OU gi, fifed on tlirodfliotit on the most -'('hod ami friendly linos, has 1 j-t"* ,K3l, ted one, the three ean .(tes being at present members '(ingress, •ml were thrown to ' '■(• in the same territory when i 0 Slate was redistricted! Wil-j nils is one of, the most scholarly i i®'! in the Mississippi, planted from HavaYd and latter; ‘‘(trope, ho speaks English, | inn* *, Quruian,and Ids work h , , iNat >nal-halls of Congress' nn* " j'* been ,ell ‘ n - The Echo ‘ “* choice of Mr.' Wil * some weeks since, and'that gent 7 • >CCD indeed most TUIS FAPKK 1 The Official Journal -OF TB CITY OF BAY 9T. LOUIS. FROM CAPT, HARDY'S HOME The Hattiesburg Progress of yesterday concedes Mr. Bowers’ election by saying: “On the fnee -of the. returns fromthc Congres sional primaries lion. E. J. Bow ers of Bay St. Louis has won, “The other counties of the Dis trict are for Bowers and this gives him the electoral vote. It is not believed that he has a majority of the popular vote over both Hardy and Barber though he will not he far short of it. • • • “It was a close finish, but seems to be in Bowers’’ favor.” The ejection of Hon. E. ,1. Bowers of .Hancock to the Demo cratic nomination for Congress man from the Sixth District of Mississippi is not surprising to those who know him and have watched with admiration the high tone of the campaign he carried and which, supplemented with those forces that mean success to any man in pujilie life having a regard for pure polities, won for him the day. Entering Uie race to win ho and his friends made it possible. It is due to this high plane, his character and ability that Mr. Bowers has never suffer ed defeat in bis effort to secure' any of the various high oflices he has held. His friends are nume rous, tried and true and no man is more grateful and appreciative of this distinct compliment than he. The campaign liar who reveled in his favorite lie that Bowers would not carry his homo box will now take a back scat. The Democratic Executive Com mittee will meet next Thursday, when the results of the Congres sional primary will bo canvassed and the nominee officially an nounced. A QUEER HEACH TREE. An Interesting Study In the Problem of Grafting.' . * f-\ - - The follov’ing is taken from the Jackson Clarion Ledger and will be read with interest by fruit growers. v „ Mr. C. M. Whitworth, of Simp son County, brought to the city a xnrrlir nr thf fliHjie of u poach .tree twig licaring several large rlpo psnClio*(tfTme first stage of growth Mr. Whitworth states that the entire tree presents this freakish appearance, green peaches being scattered about among the matur ed fruit, and the ripening process is in progress from thefirstof July until the first of September each year. This is an interesting problem in grafting, for it rarely happens that the two varieties grow on the same twig, and the grafted variety usually ripens simultaneously with the parent fruit. All of the young peaches now on the tree will reach maturity. Mr. Whitworth is not fully acquainted with the history of the tree, but it is supposed that grafting was performed after the parent tree (lad blossomed. The tree is located on a farm in Simpson county near Menden hall.” The prohibitionists have won in Marshall icounty and Holly Springs by forty-six votes. The stockholders of the Cowan Hotel in Greenville have decided to add another story to that build ing made necessary by the large patronage. The Board of Supervisors of Perry county has increased the valuation of pine lands to $8 per acre. Property at Hattiesburg was raised by the same board over $50,000 above that given by prop erty owners. Not long since a Missouri editor announced that just for one issue he would tell the truth, maked and unvarnished- Here is one item from the issue: “Married—* Miss Sylvia Rhodes to .las. Car nahan, last Saturday evening, at the Baptist parsonage. The bride is an ordinary town girl, who doesn’t know nnv more, than a rabbit about cooking, and never helped her poor mother three days of nor life. She is not a beauty by any means, and has a gait like a fat duck. The groom is well known here as an up todate loafer, has been living off his old folks all of his life, and don't amount to shucks, nohow. They will have a hard life while they live togeth er and the News hastens to extend absolutely no congratulations, for such a union.” r Teething ~ I Then the baby is most Hke -3 ly nervous, and,fretful, and doesn't gain in weight. Sc n it’s Emulsion t is the best food and medkfhe for teething babies. They gain trom the start. ' Semi tor ■ free sample. oOi-rra BOWNIL CkemleU, .15 IVari Street, New York. K ioc. nd>i oo;kllniOTla . . j 4WMM—WMHMHB ik Sea test (film. BOWERS v NOMINATED -- ■ - ■ '■'f r X" Returns Show That He Hu Carried Eight Countiev, With Seventeen Electoral Vote*. ’ * J ■. The returns writing (Friday) at the Bowers headquarters detutafclfee the pri mary in this, the Sixth* strict, and E. J. Bowers is nomimitod 00 tho first ballot. ‘ ‘i* < Full returns from the counties of Marion, Pearl River, Jones, Simpson, Covington, Lawrence, Jackson and Hancock counties show that he has carried each of those counties by safe pluralitirs, and Pearl River, Jackson, Marion and Simpson have been carried by a majority over both Barber and Hardy, Ho carries eight countii e,having seventeen electoral votes, as fol lows: Hancock, 3 Jncknon. 3 Marlon 2 Poor! Kltut, 2 Simmon, 2 t ovlnjfton j Jone*, 2 La iQfioo, 2 Total electoral vote out of 30,. 17 Inasmuch as Mr. Bowers leads by a very large plurality, if notan actual majority, ho is nominated by the electoral vote. The returns ns rc<cvfe(] aio A. follows; Marion—Bowers 279, Ha&fy 112 Barber 154. Jones—Bowers 282, Hardy 213, Bnrlier 103. Pearl River—Bowers 154, Har dy 84, Barber 9. Covington—Bowers 295, Har dy 280, Barber 09. Jackson—Bowers 241, Hardy 80, Barber 78. Jackson gives Bowers 113 major ity over both Hardy and Barber; Pearl River gives nearly 100 maj ority for Bowers over both Barber and Hardy, and Simpson gives a like majority over bpth. Hancock gives Bowers 200 ma jority over both and Lawrence fourteen majority over all. ——.. , . ... .,_ t. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind Yon Have AlwayslShught Woodlawn Seminary and Mnsical Institute, GORDONS VILLE, VIRGINIA^ () 0 0 A boarding-school for girls. *£otrpe tentand experienced inatructesiw Pri mary, Intermediate and Academic de partments. Thorough course in music and art. Beautiful and healthful loca tion. In the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountain. AU the surroundings of a Christian home. Expenses very mode rate, Send for circulars. EDGAR STINSON, M. Sc., Principal. University ejjkissppi. Next Session Opens September 18, 1002. Twenty -five schools in in Departments of Science, Lite rature and the Arts; Professional courses in law; Electrical Engineering, Mining Engineering, Pedagogy. TUITION FREE to men and women, except in Law School. AU expenses very low. At tractive location. Complete water, sew er, lighting and heating systems. Per fect sanitation. Purest deep well water. Enlarged scientific equipment in new buildings. Special accommodations for women students. Special opportunities for students of limited moans. Session of 1902-03 opens September 18th, 1902; Summer Term, 1903, opens Juno 1(J. For catalogue or special in formation regarding courses or expenses address, R. B. Pulton, Chancellor, University, Miss. DUPRE’S Livery Stable I Lumber Yard DEALERS IM ALL KINDS OF Building flaterial, SHINGLES, BRICK, LIME, CEMENT uid Cypress Lumber. Orders promptly attended to RING UP TELEPHONE NUMBER 4. BAY ST. LOUIS, MISSISSIPPI, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1902. THE MISSISSIPPI EXHIBIT. What the State U Expected to Show .at the St Louis World’s Fair. ,:V . In answer to numerous inqui- I l ies as to the kind and character of exhibits that Mississippi will lie expected to make at the World's Fair at Bt. Louis, State Commis sioner K. H. Henry has given out the following; Wo want every variety of lim ber aiid lumbei grown ami manu factured in Mississippi from the rough log to the finished product. There are over 200 kinds of tint tier in this State, and wo want samples of all--pine, oak,” ash, •hickory, poplar, gum, cedar, cy press, maple, locust, beech, mag nolia, lynn, efib, dhina, sycamore, walnut, holly, pluth,'pedch, Juni per, bay, haw, willow, and others., , HOKTICt'LTrKR, We want samples of everything raised in the orchard, garde*) and truck patch, all Ilia finest, grades of fruits and vegetables —peaches, apples, pears, quinces, apples, plums, cherries, grapes, strawber ries, dewberries, raspberries, am i cots, pnmgranates, oranges, figs, nectarines; tomatoes, beans, rad ishes, cabbages, squashes, okra, Irish potatoes, egg plants, lettuce, celery, and everything raised in the orchard and garden; AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS. Mississippi being an agricultu ral State, it is expected tliat her, exhibit of agfjciiltftrid products will excel any other at the World's Fair nl St. Louis; therefore sam ples of everything raised in the fields and on the farm are solicit ed from planter and fanner. We want the host specimens Of cot ton, corn, wheat, oats, rice, bar ley, rye, peas, potatoes, pumkins, wool melons, sugar cane, tobac co, grasses, hay, millet, maize, etc. CANNED FRUITS AND VEofcTAHLK*. Specimens of canned tripl*, ptA serves, jellies, Jams, wines, cor dials, brandies, pickles, etc , such as the Mississippi housewife knows so well how lo prepare, are want ed in quantity and quality. FI.ORICUX.TURK. .Samples .f every flower, rose, bulb, fern and plant raised in a flower garden, are solicited, MANUFACTURE) ARTICLES. Everything made in the shops ami factories of the State arc wanted for this department—arti cles made froiQ wood, iron, leath er, cotton, wool, fibers, stone,clay eotlon seed; everything that ran lie uonceivfM by the human mind and fashioned by human bands 1* TEXTILE*. All products of (tic spindle and loom—cotton and woolen poods of every kind manufactured in the factories of the State sheetings, shirtings drillings, ps naburgs, plaids, checks, tst ri|tV>s, Jean, cnssnneres, worsteds, etc. MINERALS. Every kind and character of mineral is wanted—ores of all va rieties, iron, marl, coal, lignite, Ecnt, atone, rock, sand, lime aolin, Hint, slate, mineral waters ete, woman’s work. Woman’s department will bo one of the most interesting at the exposition, and the ladies of Mis sissippi are requested to send s|iecinicns of their handiwork— crotchets, embroideries, laces, needle work; crotcbeted dresses, tidies, collars, ete.; embroidered table covers, dresses, scarfs, shawls, etc.; quilts, afghans, lam brequins, pillows, cushions, screens, piano coves, ladies’ dres ses and underwear, decorative work of all kimls. EDUCATIONAL. It this department the State should lie liberally represented, and the best work amt most ad vanced methods of our schools, and colleges are solicited. FINK ARTS. Works of art of every descrip tion arc requested, such' as paint ings on canvas, wood, metal, ena mel, porcelain, china; drawings and cartoons in water colors, pastel, charcoal and pencil; sculp ture and bos-relieves in marble, bronze, or other metals, terracot ta wood or rther materials; car vings, engravings, etchings, etc. riSIIKKIKS. In this department will be ex hibited every variety of fresh and salt water fish that can be procur ed, and the collection cannot fail to prove of great interest. The exhibits of canned oysters.sbrirnp and crab, from the sea coast can neries are expected to be as fine as any shown, and the best speci mens are solicited. LIVE STOCK. All the best grades wanted for special days. NEORO EXHIBIT. Leading negroes of the state having asked for an allotment of apace in which to exhibit the work of their race, the request has been granted, ami specimens of all the different articles made by negroes arc desired. SPECIAL. Inventions, Curiosities. Fossils, Relics, and objects of general in terest are wanted, and persons having such articles are requested to communicate with the State Commissioner. Congressman McLain has bjen' nominated by the Democrats of of his distrii t. Jl. RAYNAUD... MANUFACTURER OF *Vi_Harne3s, Saddlery |, t and Collars. IJahfogs of all do- J 5 J 0 U| scnptions from mbJm * 1 Carpiogea Trimmed, i Repairing a Specialty. All Work Positively Guaranteed —> Bay* St. Louis, Miss. Front Street, Opposite Ladner A j 4<C oe what he want's right away by coiling him tc the ‘phone 1” is uh expres sion often beard in business circles. •’ What do you Suppose is thought of you when it is Jibuti d tliat you can’t he reached by a modern meth od. A few dollars a‘‘ year would place a Telephone at ydur disposal and the service offered by the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Cos., is unsurpassed. CU Central for particulars fFORTHEHORSE y Robinson’s Hoof-Growing > and sorelfeating Ointment I T "* A *** j 1 inn U Will absolutely cure ear cue of Soratcfae*. I Hud rerer. Quitter*. Contracted Soof. I Collar Boll*. Sore Breute, Soreßaoka, Spin 1 Hoof*. Thrush. Suppuratlnt Corns, Shoe I Bolls, Cote Corks, etc. Will ferow hslr on I bare (pots, and keep off flies. Worth Its I weight In cold. For Sele by Dealers. I price zsc. fir box I A Send for Booklet and Testimonials to W y Globe Oil Cos. cttveiand, ouo \ I TTT fSiiEiii: V Wn| HIGH GRADE V | JSPeRFDMES : (j Are mad* In tho good old ( Fren.rh of superior I All qnnlitif*, exqui- | Y fNff ■ttely dedicate and true to <. l y £ the * , * owerß * ••• v i Corinnc IS ONE OF AanMrlS MV POPULAR V Jsafssr 4 ODORS - )MX-)VIX: 1 1 1 ' Th* Queen of all ( 1 ' Breath Perfume*. 1 1 H. REBSCHER,-Perfumer,: X 212 Stita St., Roshistar, I. T. I ([ 'agent* WANTED. I I WHISKEY $1.25 Per Gallon. Mention thl*‘paper and tend for private price Ur t Write: Winston Dis. Cos., Winston, N.C Lowest priced Whiskey House. FOR SALE. ” (fc _ _ _ —SIXTEEN QUAOE j) I 2.00 Shot Gun, one bar- v rel, choke bored, re -1 oading complements and shells. J. M. Pilquist, Bay St. Loaia. When in need of NOTE HEADS, bill heads, LETTER HEADS, ENVELOPES, CARDS, ETC.' Consult THE ECHO. BULL Will mate Jersey Bull for $2.80 and guarantee results. Live Oak Dairy, Front road, Wave! and. •• A SPHCKLBIi UIRD. ’’ Contrary to our expectation— an expectation, based upon pub lished announcements—the main subject of Mrs. Wilson’s latest novel is not the South’s expe rience in reconstruction limes. | The scene opens just tfttl' tlrei war and the reader is impressed from time to time that the char : actors ot the story ate living in re construction fines ot immediate ly'.succeeding those times, yet these reference are but the dress ing of the scene; the plot con- 1 corns not the sufferings of an op pressed people, hut the actions of a small coterie, the object of the writer being to illustrate the wot king of a social problem, A leading character is .fudge .Koavtis a carpet-bagger, who mar ries a .Southern heiress. The ill repute of the judge with the host Suutltern people is well described also tnc effect of his retaliation I upon the social life of his lovely I daughter, Eglah, the heroine of ■ the story. There is ufpo n conser- I vat ivo and des cribing Uie (frvnVrdtfoji of recons truction. The story, however,! does not concern itself long or in timately with these things. There! is smoothing that the author! thinks more important and more: timely. The marriage of Judge; ‘Kent and Maurice was necessarily I clandestine. The judge could not , expect a piirentinl Messing, and| he never received it. The union I was short and unhappy,the moth- 1 cr dying at the birth of theduugli er. The conflict between the tine, | Southern instincts of-the daugh ter that eniue of this union and ■ the unrefined, selfish and almost' brutal character of the father,the self-sneidfice of the girl ami the! man make up the bod> of the book We need not go into details, save to say that the pictures of these two stand out in a strong and, un pleasant as is their relationship, attractive light. 1 *jde , associated with the first, is that of Kev, Vernon Tern pie and Xons Ditne (ris wife. Here "gain wo are shown the possible distressing evil of u clandestine I union. In his youth the yonngi son of a soldier met, Joyed and married the daughter of n camp teamster, hut he was afraid to ac knowledge her, being under age, and the two were separated by un toward happenings. Abandoned, the girl had to seek her own living with tears and hardening of heart; I but always with honest reputation | I he hoy, grown to he a man, ex-j liausts every effort in search fori his wife and when he finds her at jasr, she Is to him a most repellunr intellectual pervert, while physi cally most lovely and attractive. She has become an anarchist and agitator. His child,he finds. Inis not had sufficient nourishment or healthful surroundings and is dy ing of consumption. The child’s death is the cross that is laid i upon the father as punishment j for his early indiscretion; his wife s refusal to have anything to do with him is yet another cross, only lifted at the last moment at the woman’s death bed. Plainly, therefore, the aocail problem attacked by the novel i,-. the evil of secret marriage. There is no prtai^ldiirabout it, however. Hardly a word is said to point the moral. The rjermitted.to i tell itself and in its owli way, and I he who cares to derive the lessen , can do so if so minded. If other wise disposed he can read of “The Speckled Bird ” as a creature of pure romance, struggling with dual nature, in the midst of situa tions of unusual difficulty. He will find a rich color in all that Mr, Wilson writes. Her pen is dipped in tihd dyes and her word pics ture shimmer as in the warm rays of the summer evening’s sun. jbbe is the true artist in reflecting .the perfect atmosphere of the I South. The glimpses of the old, aristocratic home, the associa tion of master or mistress and the faithful colored servants; the loyal dependents; the plenty: pfche carelessnss as to details; the general air ,contentment that pervades time’, pla-c and charac ter, saturating the life of the South and at the same time, or ; namenting it —these are the jewels i that adorn the book and will gfvp it a gracious welcome. We do not say more. Some thing of consideration must be had for those who love to make their own voyages of discovery into fiction. K. C. OAHTOIIXA. Inn th* Hi* Kim! Yi Haw Always Bought MUr In Need of Fir < 7, f,\, WOOD Ring op Telephone No. 7n and your order will h properly attended u>. No delay. Hl* measure (>rdore talK>n for Brink*. Ume, Cemont. While and Yellow Sand, and Charcoal. CONRAD SICK, Bay SL Lout* Brick Yard Gaston G. Gardebled, may ST. fiOUlft. MISS . ( Contractu taken for small and large Jobe. Estl- J m-vjo free.and plana and deal n nhsaAl furnuned. A liberal Share of eoliolted. Orders left at Oardobled's dreg will receive prompt attention U.wide“oe on ’ Carroll avenue ". - | POPLAR VILLE fItGH SCHOOL Sjl I Graduate.. Bpc ial pro Won made ro - m.idate worthy pnpll iof limited mean* tSt- ’ enth seaskm op r ruesdav, Sent 2. lu , ■ to. patelogue. W I. THAMJS.Vr.iVI iyA M * HI W9E JB By The Kind Tea Have' Always 13onght\and which has beat In use for over 30 yfdn, has born* the signature of. _ >n<l has bcen%vade under his per-' Cs*s&r/t?T#r*, •°9 al Supervision sh.ee Its infancy. J AWne wp to deceive you In thie.- All Counterfeits, Imitations and jiiit-as-good" are lint Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of lulhnts and Children—Experience’ against Experiment*. What is CASTORIA Oastoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare* goric. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Karoo tic substance. Its ago Is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It' retietos Teething Troubles, cares Constipation and Flatulency.' It assimilates the Food, regiilates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea--The Mother’s Friend. :V ' * ■ ' * ■ GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. oomsm. n MusasT itittt. mm vsni orrv. BB'or Sale ! j I sell cheap, two second-hand stand- C orizontal tubular boilers, 44 inches / >ter, 12 ft. long, 3B horse power, in p lass condition, with arch front, a,lao \ hing and smokestack. For particu- C / mrs, address 7 C 1 : ' BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. L “' PKTR,, IlF.i.i.wrar Proelclfnt. . Euobne H. Robert),. CMhler. J. F. Cazehruvc, Vlo Frealdont. • . Petkr TCmirt, Assistant Cutler. Hancock Co.unty, Bank, OF BArWHIuiS, MISSISSIPPI. ' ‘ ' ' Foreign and Domestic Exchanges Bought and Sold. Deposits received from (ll.oo) one dollar upward. Doans made on approved Security. Your #ccount M||o|te<> DIRECTORS: ■Job. F. Cazenruvr jAft V. Dunbar,-'F, B. Dunbar, Prtrb Mfu.wros, w. J.Poitkvent fc 11, IIoKtMA.VN, CiiAS. MaRHHALL. E. H. RoBIKTS, 11. S. WIITON. MENDES & HART, ES’ REAL ESTATE AGENTS. We give our attention to buying and selling I OFFlCE—tlrouad Floor, easing, etc. Propertl-e (or rent and aale, Tat™ MASONIC BUILDING Main street and Insurance attended to. Renta collected. I H , y -St I V examines the "Sole of lienor” J and finds it is the Soul of Honof. You may not know as much about shbes as he doea, but take our word for it —so good a shoe as Set*’ "R.oya.l Blue" for so small it price was never offered bc- JBk fore. All styles, all shapes, all satis ■l factory kinds of _ leathers at one price, s*s^,so . Tku “J. o’’ 0 ’’ •"<' ‘ ho '• ■•<** bv Sell, Schwab & Cos, Chicago. the large,! aianufarturata M goad dm la Iba world. I For Sale by The Bay’s Mercantile Cos. Our fee returned if wo fail. Any one sending sketch and description of any invention will promptly receive our opinion freo'concerning the patent ability of same. “How to obtain a patent” sent upon request. Patents secured through us advertised for sale at our expense. Patents taken out through us receive special notice, without charge in The Patent Record, an Illustrated and widely circulated journal, coiuuliwt by Manufacturers and Investors. Send for sample copy FREE. Address, VICTOR J . EVANS A CO., (Patent Attorneys,) CVanw Building. . O. O. Built to Wear.., Finished to Please Body SliM InchM. Stick seat. ra. Axles, Ckdlln’tCoUm* or'mo , JmM mile. Track. 6 feet or I feet Bla Wheel. Handed Hub or Sarv.n. /\\ I /N. Trimmings, Imther or £ A color. Carpet, storm apron, full I J loogtli leather on shaft. Fitted with Bradley couplers, painting \S A YfA \\ /V/ /lA/vl '\ / to salt customer. Firehclasa Job. XAXI \V NV IVL/ \ X Price, too. RubberTinu.tlOejelra. | CORBITT BUQOV c . THE ECHO’S “ -r Job Printing Department 1 Complclt) and t’P'to*lafa. POWER EQUIPPED. Eleventh Year, No. 31.