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BEAUMONT, TEXAS, FJMDAY, SKITOIIIKH 2:1 181)51.
7 1 y
(ft h nnT
In Beaumont yet heard of. Come and
learn of my reductions, and if in need o
WINES, WMGSKZES ABD LIQUORS
of any kind come and buy here and save
iuu per cent or more at
tli liliici-rjj opposite
F7 IWedes srs o
Ran ob II i
: 1 4
That is the way we buy stoves
and aside from the
we have a 'nt of :-rjr tih1" hrifprc !r u
oval, square and franklin styles.
Don't buy a stove until you have ex- ,
l. wilsqn "ggygKy.
'HERE IS KQTHWG
6 mSTMCZ .
Your attention now since peace, sweet peace, bus been de
clared, so wo mow cull your auenuo-i w oiu u.....
IKW STOCK OK FINE JEWELRY,
just purchased in New York, whk h we will be Pj! U fjv?
you. inspect, .lust received a now lino ot W Alt JvOVhLlIW
Seo-tliein in sliow window.
Badger & Oltfcr, Tbe?JeWelers
Albany, N. Y., Sopt 23 Tlio
belief is Ruining ground hern that
Governor Rlack has gone to Wash
ington to consult with rtesidont
McKinley with reference to suc
ceeding Secretary Alger.
Stole tho Evidence.
Bridgeport, Ct, Sept. 2!). Some
one broke into the liouso of Mrs.
Guilford last night and it is sup
posed stela incriminating evidence
against Harry Guilfiflrd, who has
been arrested for complicity in
the murder of Miss Emma Gill,
whoso body was found in the
Yellow mill pond on the 12th.
Denver, Sept. 23. Stanley E
George, son of one of the wealth
iest bankers of Meridian, Miss,
was arrested today for breaking
open the poor box at St. Mary's
cathedral. Ho gave a false name,
but was recognized by a newspa
per man from the south. He says
le was under the influence of
hypnotism, as ho did not need the
So fur tho only candidate for
our scholarship contest is Dennis
Colonial., and bo is piling up his
voles in gouii shape, , adding !' l
Tho Gulf nml Interstate will sell
round trip tickets on Sut nrday ami
Sunday to IIil'Ii Maud for one fare
for the round trip, fjood to return
Monday ami Tuesday, 2(!lh ami
HOT OIL! 101 CHEAP j
and FGrTfJ AITS
izafii.'iiil Ait Siudio,
Now Orleans, Sept. 23. The
state board of health has ordered
a strict quarantine by the whole
state against Mow Orleans aDd
Franklin because of the yellow
fever here and at Franklin. There
are no new cases here today. The
quarantine is working' the usual
hardships on tho wholesale mer
chants, and is causing much dis
satisfaction among the merchants
ot neighboring .cites. Uno case
las been reported from llouina,
Dr. Souchon has issued the fol
owing supplementary notice re
garding Atlanta freight regula
In view of tho present small de
gree of infection in New Orleans
which is known to bo confined to
residences far from tho business
(Miters 1 have decidod on the fol-
owing interpretation of tho At
reiglit snipnioh,G" jiiM.."i.Yii-'vvf
leans to all noints in Louisiana:
The phrase infected locality does
not refer to tlie wiioiesaio com
mercial hotisos. which are net in
an infected locality, and all goods
packed and shipped from lliee
houses except goons manuiaciur-
ed and handled in this city in
scattered premises, may be cei ti
lied to and accented for shipment
on proper disinfection of tho out-
. ,A .i ... MM.....
SKlO OI 1110 COUUllllCJ.-. ""I"'
goods are offered for shipment
from localities that arc contigu
ous to the residence portion of the
city, or from houses, part ol
which are to be occupied as dwell
ings, the goods must hrsl he dis
infected before they can ue ac
cepted for shipment.
Jl. It. Carter, surgeon general
United States marine hospital, in
dorsed this notice as follows:
"I -ive in v heartv indorsement
to the opinion that shipments of
goods from the wholesale districts
of New Orleans will not, under
existing conditions, covey infect
ion. Inspectors of L uited btales
marine hospital service will be
Thanks Prof. make.
Liwreiice, Kan., ttcpt. 22. Prof.
L I. Ulnko has received a reply to a
U t or bo sent after the Rca fight at
S utitiL'o to Admiral inucid b
Sildey. The letter was delayed in
tMU8iiiii-t.ion. Admiral Schley and
L'rof. Blake are personal friends, i
Schley whh in command of the coast
survey woik in acw ioik city, wnue
Prof. IJmko was at worn on lue log
signal inveution and Lis aca tele
phone experiments, under the direc
tion of the United States gjveru-
mcut. The litter from Admiral
Fla"sbin Drooklyn, irjauintiatno
Bay, Cuba, July :J1, iw-Jij
Dear rrofeBBon Your kind letter
does we more honor tban I deserve
for my rrt ol tue Crtat 'clorJ oI
July 3. To my comrades, bo!
work made the result ho romi-iew,
Jue most of the gl ory. TLe prinei
t, hi sat ifd action Lich come tome
iHthat 1 as prewrji io uop iuw
Lo did o much for our country on
that ocasion, and tie love and ad-
tuirftf ion of oar tH'Dnle wui loe me
Uf-t pailan l of that victory it '
hll. I or that will tn u". aJw
Tl.anLin jou a,'ain f'-r yar i I
letter, I ata idwa-. vny tiuctrely
Tho natural horn Doctor, Euclid
Brittain. is in tho eity and cau be
consulted at his oflieo ut tho Nash
house. Tho doctor has exeat sue
cess with all chronic diseases, as evi
denced from I lie many testimonials
of Texa3 eitizr-ns. His office hours
are from !) a. m. to 5 p. m.
Miss Willie Cooper received this
morning a cerliticato showing that
sno nun oeen mailt! sponsor oi
company M, Fourth Texas, from
Comanche, now in camp at Camp
Tom Ball. Miss Willie is highly
eiaieu over neing appointed spoil
sor, especially to a company so
far from home. Little were we
surprised, as she is one of the
most popular young ladies in the
Ijone btar stato
Absolutely pure Canada
Sap Maple Syrup and Sug
New Louisiana Shop do
Wheatena, a complete
Silver Cord seeded Rai
Olympia cleaned Currants.
A full line of
FANCY I CAKES :
No soaking dissolves in.
Grocer to the People
Jim Burns, a laborer, who had
ust been turned out of tho cala
boose, whore he had been incar
coraicd lor (iruiiKcness, ion on
the sidewalk in front of Ilirsch's
beer hallo this morning. After
some time a physician, l.)r. .Harr,
was found and administered some
temporary relief, after which be
turned him over to Dr. Gilder, the
Mile. Jeannette Stengclo returned
yesterday morning from tho east,
whore she went to purchase her fall
aud winter stock of millinery. While
in bt. Loiiih sno employed an expert
trimmer, who will be here bv the
OiuAn mJuitr iiitmuKinio purcuases. in
millinery and the goods will arrive
in a ,'ew liuys. b'cganling her trip
nlie sai.l that it was so very warm
while she was in New York that she
did not get a much enjoyment out
of the trip as usual.
Another Rough Ruler.
Johnnie Reagan, one of Reau
moiil's two representatives in
Roosevelt's now famous regi
ment of Rough Ridors, has re
turned to his homo and will again
i.n unr.n in In nsiia nun e ot lite
Mr. UiM"aii is very
the trip ho has been on, and
speaks in the highest terms of all
tin olliocrs iu the Rough Riders.
The only objection be has was that
troon Iwasn t in the command
ilmt went to Cuba. Ho says:
"From what 1 have been ahio
to .'ather from tho boys who did
.. . .1.... .1...
.rot to sro to the lioni is, uuu im
weather in Cuba wasn't any more
U.V1.W1 on the trooiis than the
vi!iilur we hal to stand in Tampa.
You know we had four troops left
liehind to care for the hOtl horses,
and at one time we had over sixty
men sick in our troop, though we
.n.ln'i ..iiiiiil:im. I'. veil while we
were in New York when the h-i
i.le would risk us hW wo wore
treated we would kiv, if anything
at nil, 'The only objection wc have-
is thai wc were among ine ix
uln. ui'i'e left at lioine.'"
Mr. IN-a-'an is very much in
love Willi Colonel Roosoelt, as
are nil of the m-n who served un-
,l..r liiin. mid. from t be deinonsira
lion that was made in New York
t-itv. is confident that be will get
1... n.iniii:ilioll for LroVCI Ilol
U l.il.. in New York city Mr
Hou'ran went around to see Mr-
Kountzc, and while tin-re met one
..fMr Ivoiinlzes son: also ir,
iii :,U,ii lii mis iii New 'N ork
t that time. Mr. Kountze invited
Mr. lU-a'r:iii to t-tuy and go to
.i;n....r the- imitv. but U-ins
in bit Migli Rid-r" onif-u in be
t.,;.l -I K.-nwllv il, ink that I am
. .,1 ii1 r Slli II i. '
ili..roiilM.n Mr. Ko'llit'
1 him mid said: "Yo-i are the
Ix-vi di-os-i-1 man in New Yotk
wilh tbo fxeeition of the other
Tlii"-h Rid-r'.. "
On bit irtnm t' T-va- Johnny
M"'"' 1 t Niagara l alls.
If ,.,. l.uv a l.ouM: tJ Hut fte
Depository of Stato Text School Rooks of Beau
mont and Jefferson county, I am in a position to
exchange all School Rooks in an unmutilaled con
dition. I also have a
MAMMOTH STOCK OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES,
which will ho sold lower than the record prices.
rllOVlUETOn UKAUMOXT HOOK AS J)
S TA Tl OSKli Y N TOl! K IS P. O. 11 UlL 1)1 SO.
lteineinber the Place.
$1.50 PER DAY. Oub Motto: Livk and Let Live.
Now House, New Furniture. Guaranteed Rest Accommodations in
the South for the Money.
I . J n IRON IRKS. i
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. Builds- and Repairs all kinds off
Agents for Pumps, Boilers, and
Pig Iron Casting
furnished on 8
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KYI.K nilll.lHNO, KOOMK.
Inimand Hniirlflrnt lona prepared
fornll clu Hi'mifliulldiUKii A.
In addition to my Real Es
tate business I have added
that of Rental Agency, where
citizens can place their prop
erty for rent and have it ad
vertised and rented without
cost or trouble to themselves,
and where those desiring to
rent can find what they want
without the trouble of looking
up the parties who own or
control the property.
O. H. PENNOCK.
Office over Beaumont Pharmacy.
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COMPRESS WATER FILTERS.
nv wat-r ran filU-n-d with tl..-M. filU-rs pure
nd fn- from all impuriti-s ih. mi-al or
Tb- wnU-r filU-rt pure, cb-ar, kw,,! and healthful.
Tb-yareb-avilv i-lat-l, platina m-.ro "SZ1'
,,,-v. r ruvting, alwaya cl-an and bright, tall on
W. H. WILLIAMSJCompanyl Agent.
wr.l . ruVjr wiil -.Vi.ilc-4 to.