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New Dress Goods Novelties.
New awning novelties.
New Trimming Novelties. &
New Shoes, New Hats. gj
2 New Novelty Silks-
flg lllack mill Colored.!
M NEW NOVELTIES Arrive Daily
Hecht's Popular Store,
Deaumoni, i cca:.
See. Loot) K. Levy's now ad.
II. Harris had a new ad today.
Kcnd the 10. L. Wilson Hard
ware company's now ad.
Mrs. A. 11. Weaver returned
this mirnin? from a short visit
to relatives in Houston.
A marriage liccnne was issued
today to Joseph A. Larquo mid
Mary M. Pleasant.
. Karl Gray of company D lias
heen granted a furlough of thirty
days and will arrive in itetiuinont
I). C. McOuirc & Co. have se
cured tho contract for the Collier
building, and will at once make
preparations to erect the nullum
Tho entartainment which was to
ho at tho Methodist church to
night for tho benefit of tholloscuo
Homo has lieen postponed until
next Friday night, heptcmlicr ou.
Alderman Millard had a force of
men at work this moi ninir repair
ing tho sidewalk between the
Iieniimonl house and the Gulf and
Interstate depot, and the result is
thut walk is in a much better con
We tiro informed that tho habit
of riding bicycles on tbesidewnlks
is still indulged in on some streets
in this city and it is dangerous to
allow small children to rol out
on the sidewalks. This ordinance
should bo strictly enforced.
15ids will be opened next Tues
day for the erection of a handsome
two story brick for Charles Scri
tino on Orleans street. Tho con
trad for tho iron work was awar
ded to the Ileaimiont iron works.
IJculiih, Hue it Dunber are the
architects on the building.
Heulah, Hue & Dunber, the ar
chitects on the Kicker Ac Uraten
obcr building, have been instruct
ed to make plans for a vault to be
put in the building. Tim vault
will be x(, two stories high, and
will be tilted with Jiebold Safe
and liock company's lire proof
W. R Tart land wile returned
this morning from EaCrosso,Yis.,
where they spent about six weeks
visiting Mrs. Tin It's parents. Mr.
Tartt says that when they first ar
rived in Wisconsin it was wanner
there than it was in Hcauinoiit
when Ihcy left, bul before leav
ing the weather had changed so
much that it was a little too cold,
lie, wns glad to get back among
tho good ioopleof old .lell'crsoii
lainty cakes at Star Hakery.
J, H. LACK,
KHTUItXH TO JUSAU3IONT.
iWliir mi uIihihiim! of thirteen months I
Imvo returned to lli'iiinnont nnd reopened
a luihir shop in the renr of ll'estern l.'n
lou telegraph ollice in the SU'iilc liuihl
inir Willi., iiu iiv I limn worked III Home
oHIiu Iie.t tailor Klifipn 111 Homo of the
liirjrer cities ol mo uuiieu biiiiuh turn iuu
took ft nix weeks' course lu H'chb'H Cut-
lln.r Koliiuil nl MIlilii'niinllM. wllle.ll IS I'Oll-
siilereil omi of the best In this country
mid inn therefore nuieli butter prepared
to nmke Rood lining imil htylish clothing
than ever before.
I respectfully request my old custom
ers imil all others who coiitempriite hav
ing full elothes nmde, to call on me be
fore placing mi order elsewhere.
J. II. LACK,
Heard llestern I'nlon telegraph ollice.
f I vote for !
Contest closes Nov. 1, lH'.W.
I Vote for
Contest closes Nov. 1, 1WW.
Dennis Coleman . . ,
'The stockholders of the K:ist
Texas Telephone company held a
meeting last night and elected the
following directors: (Jeo. II.
Huggins, li. Vj Liindy, II. low
nev and S. II. Van Wornicr.
The directors then met and
elected tho following officers:
President, C. Flanagan; vice presi
dent Geo. H. Huggins; secretary,
Henry Downey; treasurer, S. II.
The resignation of li. K. Lundy
as general nniniigor to take cll'ect
October first was accepted. Mr.
Lundy is going away to bo absent
several months, Hence ms action.
An inferior quality is an cxpoL
sive bargain when you buy bread
1 he. Star ISakery goods are the
New mackerel, eodlish, spare
ribs, brick and limberger cheese,
at S. Lcdoror's.
(Vllt'dor and solicitor. Must be
first class. Good salary. Beaumont
Anyone in need of lumber, shin
gles, etc., will do well to get
prices from the Beaumont Luin
Imt Cti. They will treat you right.
Written all over them.
The wheel-we handle mii'iint Ih beaten at any price.
S-niie of them we make here in ur ' n sli-. other
we gt t lioiu Ibe lu st maker of wheel- in the world
- wlitt N that ate ii"t al.i. .iu-ing "ii trulle ,v
getting out fl ti.. W.- -ell wherl- 1 li.it oil w ill ell '
Uurin" my ab-.-i.ee Ml.'. II.WNK CAKI'l.NTKK,
Tllf' Klllca'ttl I'.iev. ie W i'l In- ill billge of the
Alllwants promptly attended to.
! P.H.WIESS, The Wheel Man.
Slaile lie Vi'HliTilajt
The ice plant at Jlumshiro,
which U to fuii i'!. ito for the
Wheeler dairy furiu, was put into
(iK riition and inadti the lust ton
Ico yesterday. Governor Wheel
i'V'h big daiiyfarm will mmhi-Ih) in
oeration and it is believed that it
will bo a success.
Itnil IMntu TraiiNfiTM.
(.(, A ltvdo to J. A. Colbctt,
lot 10, Mock lll.vroi t Aillmr! $.j.r0.
A. R, W. It.. Gt'ortjo , Sun
willow hikI A. E. CiihwiII, Sadio und
K. D. ltoiif, lv C. mid .A. E. Fiddl
er I u L. J. Ib lii rt, lot 10, olot k'ili
!(M) fash und lot '.), block 20 Culder
L. J. H.bci t to the abofct 1100
ciihh and lot It, block 2i) for lot 10,
1'oii Arthur Townsilo comimuy
to Klliu 10. Kiky, lot :f, block OH;
Fix Hit! Sidewalks.
The understanding whs when
bonds were first talked ot during
tho last city administration that
part of tho money should bo used
to put down sidewalks and u very
feasible, plan hud been outlined
for putting down tho walks. For
sonio reason nothing has been
heard lately about hollering side
walks; when, as u matter of fact,
good sidewalks aro of more im
Doi'tuiicu than a few paved blocks.
It is true that a large amount of
walk has been built but iL is also
truo thai there aro sonio very
much needed walks in this city
and tho city council should see to
it that those walks are built and if
there is no other way to get them
uso some of tho money from the
There should be a good sidewalk
to each school house and depot in
Hoauinont and until they aro built
Til k Daily Kntkkpkisk is oppos
ed to doing much paving. We
think that if the matter is handled
properly theso walks can bo built
without using much of tho bond
money, but we insist that good
sidewalks aro the first thing to bo
The l'aving Question.
Just uow considerable interest at
taches to tho kind of street paving
that will bo selected to pave our
streets. There aro four classes of
paving used in this country: Vitri
fied brick, asphult, creosotod blocks
Iu im interview recently with Col
onel J. W. Uyriies, manager of the
creosoling plant, that gentleman un
hesitatingly expressed himself in
favor of the latter class of paving for
this city. As Colonel Byrnes would
without doubt secure tho contract for
furnishing the creosoted blocks,
should that kind of paving be select
ed, tho Daily Kxtkiu'kisk man was
ast aiished to hear such an expres
sion, for usually a man in Coiouei
ItvnuvH nosition is always looking
out to promote his own business in
terests. Asknl wbv lie was in lavor
of using crushed stone, ho said that
Uniimnont had only a small amount
of money to pave with, aed that the
nnen of Inirli class pavement was
such that only a few .blocks could he
paved, and that in muddy, rainy
weather so much mud would he car
ried on to the paved streets that
tliov would soon become a nuisance.
Jn the other hand, Colonel Byrnes
snvs (hut the uso of stone is very
cheap, and so much paving could be
done that it would result in much
more benefit to tho city.
l ilonel Bvnic is an old lnvitis
contractor and ouht to know what
he talking about, and inasmuch as he
is talking against the interest of flic
creosoting plaid, his views are en
titled to more than ordinary con
Monday. Si'pti'iuWr .
being a holiday, my store
will be elosed iinfiH'. o'clock
in the eening, aHer which
time we will he ready to
werw our many emtomers.
Yes. those arm rest- are here
savs l.ur.ilv and they are going
like liilc;ikc-. Tni. P.vn.v Kx-
ri'.i;ri:i-i'. ha- one and vtouldn t do
w ithout it for -rlO.-iiid it only cost-j
l'..ii 1 ir.iv will be heme in the
... . i
nmriun. I le I- tuimn. l oin a;
lot from N ill IV Oldham, then,
join the I...IU e.'U'p.my ;md build.
Cu I ha- iT'd cent-.
1 vur lu.ii-f ni.tcd' Jlf net
Jm.kt i r, Lt it. r. n l. r f.-r ta
Mid lp up vu;r iiiMir.Hice fur
jm r c t:t.
i.m- e it I'i.' .i; r. -''
el l'i '-leri'l li..le-.-ie
TO CARRY TEA
in stock that will at nil times
prove pleasing to our customers
is no small task. Wo Imvo suc
ceeded by thoroughly testing all
brands offered und through care
ful blending produced a Tea
w hich surpasses in strength, in
fragrance and flavor anything
offered at the price. It is entire
ly free from deleterious sub
stances, being nothing but the
truo leaf of tho Tea plant, with no
J. J. SOLINSKY,
..There is a..
in our line of
JH all's Te stau rapt,
The only Strictly First
in town. Prices aro
FliANK HALL , Pkoi'H
the most complete fjlino of
suitings for the Fall Season.
Prices the lowest and gar
ments that fit and workuian-
Suits from $15 up,
Pants from $4 up
ALF .I. F.AST1X,
Wiess building opp. PostotMco.
n jpccrlco3.. . '
J is tho way to express it 'when describing myj stock of
jewelry. Come nnd see
C0LLLECTIQ1I QF ELEGMCB
R. M. Mothner,
The Popular Jeweler.
XDbc 3fall of 1898,
Will witness somo Magnificent rasluons, and
Mrs. E. SZAFIll has just returned 'from New
York, where she witpessod tho opening of the
most fashionable dress making establishments.
Wliilo thore she secured the services of
TWO EXPERT LADIES' TAILORS
who accompanied her to Beaumont, and ore now
at tho service of the ladies of this city. Lnti
suitable (i uurters can bo secured the ladies will
plcaso call at my residence, No. 1) Liberty
Ave., two doors west of Dr. Cruso's.
I have some of the most astonishing bargains in
mattings ever heard of in Beaumont. The fact is I
was astonished at the prices at which I bought them.
Why you can't afford to use bare lloors when you can
buy matting so cheap. Think of it! JAPANESE
MATTING with cotton woof for 12 1-3 cents. Mat
ting which usually costs 11 cents wholesale, I sell at
8 cents. I have only a few pieces in stock but will
have more. Come and see these bargains.
3rd Door from'-Moth -ner's
In tlip making of Hoot
and Shoos. I use tlic
lx-!t material to In' Iiad.
Work nonth ami quicklv
Next to DYaumout lak-erv.
Kali's lo (ialveston.
The Gulf and Intrrstato announrt
flint :b.y will sell round trip ticket
to (i:.lvostpn on acrouut of iLe prizt
fiht. S pt mlx-r -7, for l, good to
rettii n ou Jvth. Tfiis will include
aduiif-biou to the rie fiLt.
K. B- Pierce, flic miiicdeftlfr, b
not gout- out of husiwM. lie i
olIj waiting for Lis new building.
Our Hhe.l.uship ei'iite-t i the
.pirtiiiiit ef n lift tiine to K'liK
yt!inlid or gen1 Vtiuiii.
OH, WHY GIVE YOUR VALUABLE
or keep or destroy when you can got the best and cheapest work in
the Unitotl HUttes at asKmislnngiy tow prices, u iuuy guiuouuxu
to ploaso on small monthly insttillments and the finest frames
..,wi u.wt ..r aiwivI.- ai Jn !. trvent vnrietv of all sizes of frames com-
plete; also glass and easels. Everything is delivered free of charge.
No one is too poor to have a tino picture, out, out, uus au ami pie
serve it, for it will appear for a short time only.
J. C. CLARK, Well known to all.
Office at Elite Art Studio over S. Blanehette's store. Come
and see for yourselves.
Undeniably the Best
It'isim, X.ilii.intl IUiiikiniu A'rx'f Arrnmilitnj, ShurtUaml. Tmntn-iliHii, T!e-
'', l' )niiiiHshii, l:l'"-ti"H, hiunimh mm AM'rixfl j.rnnnieii,
TlinriiiK.lhlil Hint Vrnrtirolhj T'WjIil.
All northern tc.n-licr. Tlic nuisi aMs Faculty ever rmplmed tiy any ItusinrsH Colli'it,. iu
III," SolUlli-ril Slalvs. A lViinuul if Natmil.H ri'llllalliil. ..lat'iiiiiii-n; imimiiihe, ni'Hiriiiiui
I... nl..r mti .-iml a 1 IIHH ITU OMI veil li'licos. r.'iiil Mir r. n-f.un ..,i.u.vm-. rur ill
Alamo Insurance 1 1 i 1 1 I i ti ir.
C. H. CLARK, Pres.,
San Antonio, Tex.
MAKING 11 IE
I will sell my entire stock of Sum
mer Hats oir at l UJSl to
make room for my
new fall iroods.
I nm Asrcnl for the
CELEBRATED ELYS IAN PERFUMES
AImi carrv a full line of fancy
work and material.
Mrs. J, Neis,
IHcmliniarters for eye gln..es
X OTA K Y anil LA X IVA O EXT
. t r . . w . n h TiilM1 TLfnarr lii
tA OiTorc. .JMT. tlcl hrrr
for trratmcut, diwaw of the eve. ea
and throat, rail on lr. Holier. Ollice a
rlass woik at the....
tn l'lrt-tnffice Spiare.
Attorney at Law.
" Pnllnrtinn n.!ll I j!ii'.lf.'T.itiirt iona
I 7"1' ialtT. Will practice in the court l
! J tit nni. IJlwrtT and H-rtia conll
and all Federal tonrt. Office liisurie
EROOCRS I POLK.
n fiE em
KtKm II and li. Marti Bids.
ANUKEW POLLED EK ' it A vxoxt, XtlAb,
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