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THIS PAPES IS
The Official Journal
-OF THE—
CITY OF BAY ST. LOUIS.
Subscription: $1.50 Per Annum.
We are opening a large and elegant line of
FALL DRY GOODS,
Comprising the LATEST NO\ ELTIES, as well as STAPLES.
CLOTHING. /
w e take special pride in announcing the fact
that we have the LIVERIGIIT - GREEN
WALD and the MAYFIELD MAKES.
SHOES. || 7%#^
We have them to suit everybody. They
are the DOUGLAS and the HAMILTON
BROWN. Our stock of same is immense,
BLANKETS, QUILTS, RAIN COATS,
LADIES’ JACKETS, ETC., ETC.
All of said Goods were bought early in the o**’ jß3e
season, which means lower prices.
Respectfully,
JOS. 0. MAUFFRAY.
PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE
CHARTER OF THE CITY OF
BAY ST. LOUIS.
Be it resolved by the Board of Mayor
and Aldermen of the City of Bay St.
Louis, Mississippi, that an amendment
to Section 4 of the Charter of said city
be proposed under the provisions of
Sec. 3039 Annotated Code of Missis
sippi of 1892, in words as follows, to
wit: Said Aldermen shall be elected,
one from each ward, by the electors
thereof only, and uot by general ticket.
A true copy from the minutes adopted
at a regular meeting of the Board of
Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Bay
St. Louis, on October 7, 1905.
Attest:
RICHARD MENDES,
Secretary.
E. E. O’BRIEN, Mayor.
AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING
THE SALE OF MEAT, AT RE
TAIL, WITHIN CERTAIN PRE
SCRIBED LIMITS OF THE CITY
OF BAY ST. LOUIS—No. 10 new
SERIES.
Be it ordained by the Board of Mayor)
and Aldermen of the City of Bay St.
Louis, that it shall be unlawful for any
person or persons to carry on or operate
or to engage himself as a butcher to
carry on or operate a butcher business
on Front, between Main and Washing
ton streets, of the said city of Bay
St. ; Louis, and the conducting or carry
ing on of said business within said lim
its shall be considered and is hereby de
clared a nuisance, and the person or
persons conducting said business within
said limits shall be fined not more than
ten dollars or imprisoned in the city jail
for not longer than five days, or both, at
the discretion of the court. Every day
that said business is so conducted wtthin
said limits shall be deemed a separate
violation of this ordinance, for which
said person or persons shall be liable to
arrest and conviction as hereinbefore
provided. , .
Approved in open board Oct. 7, 00.
Attest: E. E. O’BRIEN, Mayor.
RICH’D MENDES, Secretary.
ORDINANCE No. 9 New Series.
Be it ordained by the Board of Mayor
and Aldermen of the City of Bay St.
Louis, that the city hall and all meet
iii£s of tho said Board shall be at the
Commercial Club Building, on Front
street, until the completion of the city
ba “ Attest: E. E. O'BRIEN',
Mayor.
RICHARD MENDES,
Secretary.
Mr. Mendes is having the necessary
repairs made to the property of Dr.
Fountain in the rear of his house.
Miss Welch the faithful correspondent
to the city papers has been on the indis
posed list during the current week, but
her place on the correspondent line has
been ably filled by Mr. B. F. Markey,
who wrote a very graphic account ot the
recent storm for the Picayune, In this
connection The Echo remarks that the
interests of the Bay never suffer in that
regard,for of all the reports sent in about
the recent blow, none from other cen
tres were so complete, nor so graphic
ally paragraphed as those read in the
Times-Democrat or the Picayune.
Mrs. George R. Rea was a welcomed
visitor to the High School, and visit
ed all of the class rooms, as well as the
Hall, where she was formally introduc
ed to the children by the Principal.
FOR LET.—During the winter sev
eral furnished houses on the Beach be
longing to Mrs. A. U. Gragnon. Ap
ply to R. Mendes, agent Bay St. Louis.
JACKSON AND MEMPHIS TO GET
ONE OF D. P, B. C.’S.
Draughon’s Practical Business Col
lege Cos., which now has a CHAIN of
TWENTY-ONE will open a
Collegein Jackson, Miss., November *th,
and one in Memphis January Ist.
Draughon’s Colleges, with a capita
stock of S3*K),OOO and a record ot seven
teen years’ successful work, are too well
known to need any comments. For
Catalogue address
J. F. DRAUGHON,
president,
Nashville, Term,
PETITION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE-
To the Honorable Board of Mayor and Aldermen
of the City of Bay St. Louis, in Hancock
County, Mississippi.
I, Louis Nataie Clement Spotorno, a male per
son over the age of twenty-one years, and a
resident of said city, do hereby apply to your
honorable body to grant me a license, in my
name, to sell and retail in any quantity, alcoholic
malt, intoxicating or spirituous liquors, at ray
place of business, located on Front Street, in
said city, and known as the Hancock Saloon, up
on my compliance with the law in reference
thereto.
Respectfully.
LOUIS NAT ALE CLEMENT SPOTORNO.
To the Honorable Board of Mayor and Aid -rme
of the City of Bay St. Louis, in Hancock
County, Mississippi.
Your peliitoners, whose signatures are here un
dersiimed,respectfully show that each and even
one are legal and qualified voters of the City oi
Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, and are residents of
said city, and that each of as do hereby recom
mend Louis Nataie Clement Spotorno, a resi
dent of said city, to be of good reputation and to
be a sober and suitable person to receive a li
cense as applied for by him. as appears in tin
foregoing, to sell Q nd retail, in any quantity,
vinous, alcoholic malt and intoxicating or spirit
uous liquors at his place of business in said city,
as related in his application, and your petitioners
will ever pray.
Willie Joseph Gallup G. E. Wilson
Gaston George Gabriel Frank Claude Bermond
Gardebled Robert Christian Eng-
Riehard Mendes man
Jame-i Gilmore Fayard Walter Joseph Gex
John Artibold Green Emil Ladner
Joseph Victor BontcmpsAlexander Frank Cam-
ISylvester Ladner eron
Alcide Ladner Louis Laurent
Jefferson Smelker Frederic Banderet
Frank A. Quintini Bertrand Bordage
Joseph Leon Favre AnthonyErasmusThierv
Emile Joseph Cex Ferdinand Henry Eglol!
Charles George MareauJohn Albert Ga-pard
George Muller Emil Ferre
Thomas Joseph ConwayPeier Tudury
William Ames Sidney Gaspard
Louis Lais Charles Albert Butler
Aristide Ladner Bernard FrancisMarkey
Frank Parrillo Sylvan Ladner
Charles Hillen Charles Albert Genin
David William Bontemps Andrew T. Manieri
William Lucien Bour- Frank Joseph Ladner
goois Alfred Vassalli
Henry DeS. Gillum Nicholas Huger
George Anthony Plan- Stanislaus Ladner
chet Peter Ramond
Oscar Lagniel Henry Cuneo
John Osoinach Optime Richard
Otto Sange Forest Bangard
Bertjn Joseph Ladner Alphonse Fayard
Philip John Scheib Delmas Ladner
Peter Joseph Boudin Hennogene Edrnon
Lionel Paul Blaize
Gabriel Yves Blaize Louis Harris
Henry Seube Ferdinand Joseph
Tony Caldara liamßarnond
Lucien Mvrtle Gex Lucien Ortair ■ Plernas
Edward Charles Joseph Paul Peter Combe!
Gardebled John Baptist Plernas
Frank Joseph Taconi. JrPierre Prud uau
Leopold Bangard Edward Graves
Frank Dillmann PaulSurcouf
Frank Hymel Gayle Jones
Felix Joseph Fayard Faui DUiman
Joseph Lindsay Norris William-Joseph Morgan
Patrick James McGinn Louis Joseph Plernas
James William Watts Harry Hood Byer
George William Wei a- JohnDiilman
berg George Rodolph
Daniel Butler Seal John Edwards
Charles Sanger Cordoza John Ross
Jesse August Cowand Hi har t Bennett
George H. Edwards Henry Rol Piccaluga
Fred A. Ansley Augustus Eaton Perry
Alcide Moran Jean Antoine Martinez
James A. Taconi Peter Capdepon
August Taconi Frederic Laurent
Charles Edward harp William Rubin Ganier
Charles Taylor CowandAlbert Heitzman
Jack Hunter Hall Samuel Breard
Alfred Besancon Andrew Bu rat ini
John Balticc Corvin George Adolphe Soule
Pascal Lutzzl James Henry Breath
Emile Adam Ixtuis Tricon
Joseph Philip Adam Henry Egi .ff
Thomas Adam. Jr Joseph J. Waver
Charles Peter Taconi Armand Joseph Pru-
Anthony Gabriel Toma- deaux
slch Arthur Fayard
Frank Sj Ivester Fabre John Fayard
Frank Fabre Alfred Carver, Sr
Claud Monti John Ferre
Albert Monti t .cor--* Prudeaux
Ludwig Herman Von- Edward Benjamin
Gohren Adolph Labat
Ben Lang Posey Robert Jo> -ph Murtagh
Leon Bartholomew Hector McKenzie Gra
Capdepon ham
Frank Clermont Bor- Paul Joseph Benoit
dage, Jr. Martin Wagner
Henry Beta John Olsen
Joseph Vasslle Edgar Desire Pradeau -
1, Richard Mendes, secretary of the City ci
Bay St. Loais. do hereby certify that the forego
ing U a trite copy of the liquor petition of L. X.
C. Spotorno, as the same remains on flle and of
record la my office.
Bav St. Louis, Miss.. Oct. 2.I!CT>.
RICHARD M EXDES. See'v.
jw—iiim——■■ ■ an> rit ~it ~n~r~ inn rum -
The Rummage Sale was a most de
cided success in every way. Over one
hundred dollars were taken in, and there
was not one cent expense. The quilt
was won by Mrs. Wm. Blake; the lous
ier, by Mr. Mines; one cake, by Mr.
Constant Platz; and another by Mrs.
C, A. Breath. Special thanks are due
Mr. T. L. Trawick, Mr. George E.
Pitcher, Jr., Mr. Peter Helhvege, and
Mr. Mines for cash contiibutions in the
way of cheeks; Mr. Jos. MauSray, for
the use of the building; and to Mr.
Stokoe, for lights; to the many who
sent in things, all of which were avail
able and found ready sale. The amount
will be put to use at once in painting
and otherwise improving the church
building.
Mrs .William Hipper, mother of Mrs.
Kirst, died suddenly on Thursday, and
was interred iu St. Mary’s Cemeury
BAY SAINT LOUIS, MISSISSIPPI, SATUKDAY, OCTOBER, 14, 1905.
REGULAR MEETING OF
BOARD OF ALDERMEN.
STATE OP LOUISIANA, A
Hancock County, V
City of Bay St. Louis. J
A regular meeting of the Board of
Mayor and Aldermen of the city of Bay
St. Louis was held at the temporary
quarters of the Board at the Commercial
Club rooms on Saturday, Oct. 7, ’OS, at
0:30 a. m. There were present Hon. E.
E. O’Brien, mayor; L. H. VonGohren,
Jos. L. Favre and R. F. O’Brien, aider
men; R, J. Murtagh, marsnal; Rich’d
Mendes, secretary. Absent, Alderman
Engman.
The following ordinance was intro
duced by Alderman O’Brien, seconded
by Alderman Favre and unanimously
adopted by the Board.
No. 9—New Series.
Be it ordained by the Board of Mayor
and Aldermen of the City of Bay St.
Louis, that the city hall and all meet
ings of the said Board shall be at the
Commercial Club Building, on Front
street, until the completion of the city
hall.
Approved in open board Oct. 7, 1905.
Attest; L. E. O’BRIEN, Mayor.
RICH’D MENDES, Sec’y.
The report of the city tax collector of
ii ick taxes collected tor the years 1888 to
9<)l ssed by State rev
ai.no . i Sept, 9, 19"5, with
n art was received and
• i. T. nous other reports
were ordered filed.
ro THE Char
: y of Bay St. Louis.
ay the Board of Mayor
■ i the City of Bay St.
Lou • : : that an amendment
o , , t rterof said city be
:r..-no.; , , ■■■■ I;, i rovistons of section
;V ■■;{!) Annou. 1 Code of Mississippi of
189:1, in w-atvo ;s follows, to-wit: Said
aldermen shall be elected, one from each
- thereof only, and
not by general ticket.
A true copy from the minutes adopted
at a regular meeting of the Board of
A' u •• a j Aiderm' i of the City of Bay
Sr, I ouis, •* a y ,'>?r 7, 1905.
Att :
ii. E. O’BRIEN, Mayor.
RICHARD MENDES, Secretary.
Contractor G. G. Gardebled presented
a personal bond in the sura of SIO,OOO,
made in favor of the Board of Mayor
City of Bay St.
Louis, sad bon t being offered pending
a reason * ble time, when said Contractor
Gardebled will furnish a bond—full
amount required by law. On motion of
Alderman O’Brien, seconded by Alder
man Favre, same was received and
accepted as n temporary compliance
of the contraOv.
Motion of A! lerman VonGohren, sec
i Favre, that a com
mittee or two *e appointed to investi
gate J.M. Tyicr’s personal assessment
and report at next meeting.
It appearing to the Board that there
being a surpln - in the school fund, and
that there be- . outstanding warrants
in the school building fund; and that
further, there being no leyy for the
school building fund; and whereas, it
being absolutely necessary to settle out
standing warrants in said school build
ing fundi, and there being a greater
nc-'i for the future maintenance of that
land to meet expenses of this year;
ther fore it is •rdeied by the Board that
the sum of 0 .0 : he transferred from
said school fund and placed to the credit
of school bu.i.Lng fund
It is aloo o ! red by the Board that
the sum >isd.7 , being now to the credit
of judgment fund, be transferred to the
general or ih uy fund, said judgment
fund being eat diet,
M v\i by A i ••man VonGohren, sec
,nd-' 1' .Favre, that a com
>] bated,’ said com
wa as the City Hall
Building Jos. L. Favre,
Chairraa i, L. H. von Gohren, and R.
F. OTL.en.
hi o’. • a by Aid. man Favre, second
oyAi in . ;.;Oohren,that the con -
tin n b -tween die < ity of Bay St. Louis
ibled, dated Oct, 7j
s, hereby adopted,
in i o ■ op: t original to be filed in
the secretory’- office.
• yg o ii nance was intro
lucv.'.i A ‘ O’Brien, seconded
:i, and unani
luo : ■ t-.c i: • t;■ -• Board:
|AM OuDB X\ T c /HIBITING THE SALE OF
MEAT, AT LIT AIL, WITHIN CERTAIN
} PRESCRiC-ED LIMITS OF THE CITY OP
TAi ; . Let is.— No. 10 NEW SERIES.
Be it ordahicd by the Board of Mayor
nd Mermen o’ the City of Bay St,
i Louis, that i’ Anal! be unlawful for any
; person or pt s to carry on or operate
jor to cuy.ihimself us a butcher to
carry on r .y ■. • c a butcher business
on Front, between Main and Washing
ton streets, of the said city of B,ay Sit,
Louß. and t e conducting or carrying
un ot said bu ness within said limits
shall be considered and is hereby de
clared a nuisance, and the persqq or
persons conducting said business within
aaia limits shall be fined not more than
ten dollars or imprisoned in the city jail
■; for not longer than five days, or both,
at the discretion of the court. Every
day that said business is so condueted
i within said limits be deemed a
separate violation of tins ordinance, for
which said person or persons shall be
liable to arrest and conviction as herein
before provided.
Approved in open board Oct 7, ’OS.
Attest; E. E. O’BRIEN, Mayor.
RICH’D MENDES, Secretary.
The following bills were allowed and
ordered paid:
E. E. O’Brien, Mayor, salary $ 25 00
Rich. Mendes, Secretary, salary 30 00
R. J. Murtagh. marshal, " 40 00
Fred. Banderet, street com. salary 8 00
L. H. VonGohren, Alderman 2 00
Jos. L. Favre, ° .............. 200
a. F. O’Brien, “ 2 00
Cumberland Tel. Cos., marshal’s phone... 165
E. E. O’Brien, fees mayor's court, Sept.,
Mr4. K. Edwards ft Sons, lumber 24 24
W. J. Gallup, sp. offleer, one month. 35 00
L. Blalze, spec, officer, one month #5 00
W. E. Saucier, quaran. guard, 33 and., 81.60. 49 50
Jesse Cos wand, *' ** 13 and., $1.50 19 50
Alb. Telhlard, “ " 13 and., $1.60 19 50
Commercial Club, Sept., rent 10 00
Butler, sexton 10 04
Jim Hollis. Janitor city hall 2 00
J. W. Watts, quar. boat 5 C)
Bay St. Louis Light Cos 141 75
E. Drake ft Cos., map 4 0
Fred. Banderet, 12 1-2 and. labor, $1.50 18 75
“ wagon, 9 1-2d., $4,50.... 29 25
“ “ 4 1-2 and., $2.25 10 12
“ 24 and. board, prts. at 60c and. 12 (>
•• Repairing saw 40
Bay’s Mercantile Cos 2 1 •
To secretary for lee 2 00
L. Bangard ft Son. mdse 1 45
|D. W. Bontemps. 13 and. qo&r. gard, at $1.50 19 50
Hub, mdse 20
W.W. Stockstill, salary 9 45
Mrs. A. J. Lamulle, Janltress 7 50
Prog-ess,leg. notice 1 05
Echo, printing 5 24
Postal Tel. Cos 2 70
L. A. DeMontlurln, for chalk 9 35
F. Carlson, labor 3 75
Gulf Coast Progress, printing 8 74
Sea Coast Echo, printing 5 28
Dameron Pierson 35 00
There being no further business, the
Board adjourned to meeting in course.
Attest: R. MENDES,
A copy. Secretary.
A VISIT TO OUR PUBLIC SCHOOL.
To The Echo:
It was my pleasure to visit our graded
school a few mornings ago, and the signt
of over two hundred bright faces is in
teresting in itself, and suggests a few
thoughts that it may not be amiss to jot
down-
And, firstly, if the patrons knew the
joy of those opening exercises, they
would take advantage oftener of that
diversion, which is also a duty. Such
visits would do good to the visitor and
also to the pupils, increasing the inter -
est of both in the school.
The singing Is good and will become
better with practice, and here I wish to
stress the importance of this exercise.
Singing i the best of all physical gym -
nasties, and, I might add, mental; be
sides being an instant pleasure, the art,
once acquired, is a most valuable ac
complishment for life, promotin g health,
cheerfulness and morals. This one
thing—singing in the public schools —
changed the German Empire from a
morose and besotted nation to a com
paratively cheerful and extraordinarily
temperate people.
The school is now larger than ever in
its history, as I believe, and, speaking
from personal knowledge, the faculty
could not be easily duplicated, the
teachers wanting in no essential of their
profession, being intelligent and pro
gressive, earnest and skilfull.
Let me make an observation that is
so simple, so incontrovertible, as to
appear almost, if not altogether, axio
matic—but yet I fear that in the many
duties and vexations of this life few take
thought of it; namely, that our public
school is the most important institution
of this town. This is not in disparage
ment of any other establishment, but,
universally, the public school of any
town is the thing of most importance to
that town, and this regardless of what
ever manufacturing interest or other
interest of which the place may boast.
Focussing our attention at home, it is
in the red schoolhouse on the hill that
the intellects and characters of the chil
dren of Bay St. Louis will be led to bet
ter things or worse. It is here that the
most delicate and complicated of all in
struments will be fashioned and ad
justed: the intellects ol yJur children,
the nund of man at once human and di
vine. Here we have in the making the
men and women who must bear the
brunt of life’s battle within a score of
years,
And this leads to the fact that the
plant for so invaluable an output should
be suitable in its environments and fur
nished with all needful apnUanoea,
The borne fop this establishment, par
amount to all others, as I have shown,
is entirely too small for Ihe number now
in attendance, to say nothing of the
growth that may he expected, and which
should he encouraged and provided for;
besides the house is old and dilapidated.
Lastly, the grounds are utterly incom
mensurate with the requirements of
wholesome sport, that your children
may be healthful and cheerful, strong
and active in body and mind. Then,
from every point of view, the present
appointments—neglecting the future
are whoiiv inadequate.
¥l*6 remedy ia to construct a commo
dious building, surrounded by a beauti
ful campus of generous proportions,
; that the public school may be at once
the best asset of our lovely village and
her pride.
We have just contracted to build a
city UaU at a cost of $8,500, and some*
may object that we are not able to un
dertake both. To such I would say that
it is not lack of funds, but the inability
to see the importance of a temple for
the uplifting of your children. These
little people cannot plead their own
cause, hence this plea for them.
A city hall is a proper object for the
expenditure of public funds, but that
dwindles to insignificance compared with
suitable educational advantages. In
school your little ones must be trained
for life, where competition is getting
keener day by day, or else enter the race
forever handicapped.
Surely the good people of Bay St.
Louis will loosen their purse strings,
that nature’s endowments may be de
veloped; that their children’s intellects
may be cultivated; for mind is the only
thing that raises men above brutes.
M. M. JAYNE.
COMMUNICATION.
Editor Sea Coast Echo:
Dear Sir !
Asa charter member of the Commer
cial Club, of this city, and one who at
tended every meeting of said organiza
tion, I am glad to see that ihe recent
election of Mr. John Osoinach to the
highest office in said club is having a
good effect upon the pessimistic resi
dents of dear old Bay St. Louis.
If my memory serves me right, I be
lieve the Commercial Club was organ
ized to fill a long-felt want in the public
utilities of this city. It was designed
to promote the general welfare of
a united citizenship; to be utilized
as a bureau of reference and informa
tion; to supply facts and figures to out
side correspondents; to take up arms
against obnoxious local conditions; to
foster the social and commercial wel
fare of the community; and, above all
things, to push the material benefits ot
its members and of the collective citi
zenship of this city; to advertise
broadly to the world at large the possi
bilities, opportunities and facilities for
individual and collective aggrandize
ment.
I am sorry to hear that it has got into
the minds of some of our dear citizens
that heretofore the meetings of the
Commercial Club amounted to nothing
more than hot air talk-fests, and a free
distribution of cold beer. If such are
facts, how are we to account for it? I
presume in the non-attendance of the
would-be progressive members of said
club, who failed in their attendance at
the hot-air meetings, to assist ; n putting
a stop to such hot-air discussion and
the free distribution of said cold beer.
I note that the press of this city is in
full sympathy with the objects and pur
poses for which the Commercial Club
was organized, and I tiust that in the
future the press will be fully repre
sented at the meetings and assist the
club in destroying the unfortunate spirit
of pessimism, which pervades the mind
of a large proportion of our citizens.
This fact alone would repay them and
justify a strict attendance at meetings,
and a full publication of the proceed
ings thereof.
In conclusion, permit me to say we
will all watch the advancement of the
club, now that we have the sympathy
and assistance of the local press, and let
us all try, by a strict attendance of
meetings, push forward the interest of
good old Bay St. Louis and exemplify
to the pessimist that we intend to live
up to the progressive teachings of the
day, and show to the world what can be
done at Bay St, Louis.
A Member Commercial Club.
Mrs. Dollie Blanchard was the recipient
of many beautiful presents on her na
tal celebration this week
f i*r $
ii ee what he want's right
away by calling him
tc the ‘phone!” is an expres
tion often heard in business
circles.
What do you suppose is
thought of you when it is
found that you can’t be
reached by a modern meth
od.
A few dollars a year
would place a Telephone at
your disposal and the service
offered by the
Cumberland Telephone
md Telegraph Go.,
is unsurpassed.
Call central for particulars
Dr- J. A- E.Vans,
DENTIST
rown, Bridge and Plate Work a spec
cialty. Office in Telephone Exchange
Building. Hours from BA. M. t05:30
P. M.
BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS.
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CASTORJA | The Kind You Have
, I Always Bought
Avertable Preparation for A?- H #
similating the Food andßegula- 9 _ , m
ling the Stomachs andßowels of jpj JJftQTg fhQ M
i "* W "'I J\(yW
Promotes Digestion.Cheerfuf- 9 0 M jkf
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Opium,Morphine nor Mineral, g 01 /J\,*\
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Pumpkin Seed" . jiH •Jf E
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RocktUe Salts — I'll JBkL I
liaise. Seed * I m II H fc
fifpennmt - > M f\ 4 f| E
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(limited fagnr I 9 ■ ■
MMrjpMM rtarOK / ffl 8 II
I A perfect Remedy for Cons lipa- ij\l Q* UvO
! Ron, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea Jj If Ajr
I Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- I' \ jMf f* filing
ness and Loss of Sleej*. ji yjl* fy [ II VR |
Facsimile Signature of
| I Thirty Years
Fm%KTHRH
EXACT COPY C~ WRAPPER Bj| S ■B I I IBC
THE CENTAUR COM RANT. NEW TORE CITY.
WE WILL HANDLE
THIS WINTER AND EVERY WINTER
AND WILL DELIVER IT AT YOUR HOME
WHEN YOU NEED IT.
$5 PEE TON FOE DOMESTIC LUMP, Del.
Bay St. Louis Bottling Works.
C-- ' " ' ■- - ■ —^
PETER HELLWEGE Pr-aidant. EUGENE H. ROBERTS, Vice Preslden. S?
JJ JOSEPH F. CAZENEUVE, Chshler. PETER TUDURY, Assistant Cashier.
| Hancock County Bank, |
BAY ST. LOUIS, MISS. jfc
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The Mutual Life Insurance Cos. of New York.
OLDEST AMERICAN. RICHEST OF ALL.
Established February 1, 1813.
RT-> : OURf'E-o .j -.unary 1. lr., SUO Us -.71: SURPLUS, 871,457,818.
KETLI. .j TO POLICYHOLDERS IN 02 YEARS: 8005,7.73,156.
M.IM.'JAYNE, Solicitor.,
Bay St. Louis, Miss.
tntr Women insure on the .an., terms as men Write for rales and illustration,(using th
coupon attached:
MR. M. M. JAYNE, Sou' itor -
lido St Louis. Miss.
Dear Sir :
You may ilia Drat as foliov- o
ORDINARY INSURANCE.
5 . Policy, pay £o.r
8 .... En ~- n.- nt Policy, pay for years.
F:FTV PER CENT. GOLD BOND INSURANCE.
- ! icy pay tor
Er.dowm i Policy payor years.
Name
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ate 'J*-'5.
Th< tyor < cen ex
ceptions to a report th it wns sent in to
one of the New Orleans papers that
placed the loss at Wavelaad and Bay
St. Louis at seventy I ouaand d-Mlais,
The correspondent; asserts that; he is
right in his estimate as to the loss, but
che mayor seem - to think that the loss
to Bay St. Lou ought to have been
separated from the general statement
and placed at ten housand dollars and
that Waveland’s loss oueht to be placed
at seventy thousand. Mr. Mea rs, who
has made a careful estimate of toe en
tire loss, has figured out the loss to cur
city at ten thousand five hundred dol
lars.
Prof. Stockstill, in talking to The
Echo, stated that there was a dearth of
male teachers in the county, and that he
stood ready to pay fancy prices for good
male teachers. * One >s needed for Peail
ington, and he can plate several more.
Mr. Kenneth Graham is sick in New
Orleans, but i r has not been reponeo
that he has the yellow fever, though
such an imauthentic rumor has been in
the streets.
THE ECHO'S
Job Printing DepartMaft I
U Complete mma Vp H >l4 |
POWER EQUIPPED. I
Fourteenth Year. No. 38.
A dance is given in the Mauffray
Building tonight for the benefit of the
cemetery fence, aud the same will be
largely attended. In this connection it
might be well to remark that The Echo
has received a roast from our friend
Mr. B. T. Hobbs of The Brookhaven
Leader,who, commenting on our write
up of a EUCHRE PARTY for the bene
fit of the cemetary fence. Knowing
Mr. Hobbs intmately, the provisional ed
itor would like to quote his views| on
a dance given for the cemetary fence.
Mr.w.F. Delcuzc, an efficient employ
ee of the L. &. N., has remained at
tis poao with his company during the
iuarantine,and has not lost a day from
and ity, and we believe has such a record
vith his company extending many years
jack. He has written a letter to the
ocho in regard to school matters, con
gratulatory of the brilliant session that
las just started. Mr. Delcuze is one of
he Trustees of the Graded school and
ttves its interests the same assiduity
hat the bc-stows upon his own tempo-;
ai aflairo.

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