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NO 181.
BEAUMONT, TKXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12 1898.
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COME AND SEE
The Urgent barrel of whiskey ever neon In the
btaio. It holds.
III! Of FINE KENTUCKY WHISKEY.
Also Imvo just received the fluent stock of IM
I'OltTKI) NI) DOMKSflC WINKS, WHIS
K1ES, J.IQL'OUS , AND CIGARS In Uenu
roont. Olve roe a trial aud he convinced. Ail mall
orders have prompt attention and shipped the
same day as received. Call and see me.
HUinrAM PROPRIETOR CELEBRATED DEER HALLE
f nlnbvrl AND KENTUCKEY WHISKEY DEPOT.
TELEPNONB 'i 1-9. . OPEN DAY ASD NIGHT.
II AJ5 DVCK'S j
A Oarload of Stoves,
That is the way we buyI?stoves
and aside from the
Celebrated BUCKS Stoves
we have a lot of air tight heaters in the
oval, square and Franklin styles.
Don't buy a stove until youlhave ex
amined curs.
E. L. WILSON "KftK
Canes
We havea large line of the swellest
things in CANES.
See the display in our window.
Badger & Kplter, Te Jewelers
Are You Looking for a
BUGGY,
SURREY,
or PHAETON?
If so, Remember we have them.
ROAD WAGONS, .HARNESS, SADDLES, WHIPS,
LAP ROBES. ALL STYLES, ALL PR ICES.
SEE OUR RIGS BEFORE YOU BUY.
UKE CHARLES CARRIAGE I IMPLEMENT CO. LTD.
BEAUMONT, TEX.
has come to demand tbe same confidently
relation between ti? artiM and the mbject
f'-t therein between th? jihysieian and the
pati'Tit. Anyone Wiring a p-se which tbey
do not wish 'displayed or made public in any
way, tr.ay rest assured that tbir every w ish
ill be complied with at tbe
BEAUMONT ART STUDIO.
T
fc-
any.
A Hlint klujr Tragedy.
Galvorftou Sow, l'.'tli.
A Ji..-UlnL tntiredv was en
acted yesterday morning in tlo
office of tlirt tiulvi'Kiou 1 limine in
which William H Wythe, re
aaki'vit fill Hint. imi)er. sacrifice
hiH life. Ia tho editorial rooms of
Trihnnn nnd Within U ICW fOC
from tho dek at which ho had
i...nn nf wni W. ha met hie death
alter a struggle ami a pitiful ap
peal to bo siared bis life. In tho
full flush of young mauhood, with
a bright u ml prom Mug future l-f,i-..
him hn ivR-t stricken down
by a bullut. The louden missile
pierif.il Uia I III'" Ul.liivn
wa8bpillcd. Ho was not expect
ing any irouoio ami wus uou pi
nnroil to mei't. HUl'h atra&ical end
inz. He wanted to live and he
becrgod to be upareu tho death
nrhinll ha L-nAUI WI1H illtfilldod wllCII
the weapon was flashed before
mm.
Elwin S. Easley, an attorney of
Gulveston, aud late major of tho
First Texus cavalry, is in jai
1 wit h thn cl ime of murder
TIia nnriiKPi I und hia victim weio
not nomiiiintnd and thev met for
the first time as acquaintances
yesterday morning, n was wuen
Moior TTjislnv enllflil at the office
of the Tribune to inquire for tho
author of a certain article puu
lished in the issue of Thursday
evening that he was introduced to
Mr nivtho. A fw minutes later
one of the men was dead and tho
other was under arrest, charged
uritVi the Irillmcr.
The article about which Easley
inquired related an lncuiens 01 iuo
meoting of two women who had
hppn fhnms nt an eustern aca
demy twelve years ago. One of
the women naa tnougni me owicr
was dead. They met and recog
nized each other in a Galveston
establishment The Tribune ar
ticle concluded as follows:
"Aftm- the mutual shock 01 sur
prise was over and the reported
death explained away, the two
.1-mi.iQ siifnt some time in ffoinsf
nvor tho old Rliiinl diivs tosrether,
I though the visitor seemed ex
tremely nervous, w hen aslieu oy
Mrs. Wontfort as to the cause of
tVn'MSihni milied: 'You must really
excuse mo today, by I am aw
fully excited. iYiy nusiiami is a
candidate hero in Galveston,
and I do not know whether
he will be elected or not.' There
is no moral or deduction to be
drawn from this story. It is
mrplv7 e-ivun as an instance in the
lives of two estimable ladies, both
of whom are well known in this
city."
Assumed names wore used 111
the Tribune story, and oven now,
sinon the tracredv. no one knows
just what p ii tios are referred to
except tue parties represerueu uy
the assumed names and such peo
ple to whom tnose mteresieu pur
ties have imparted the informa
tion It was about 8:50 a. m. when
Enslev entered the offieo of the
Tribune and was taken upstairs
1 n
to the eauonai rooms oy mr.
Pro.1 I'hase. the business mana
ger. In tho room where Easley
and Uliase entered were xuessrs.
Richard Spillaneand Julius Lan
genbach. liljtho was not in at
the time, but was sent for, and
when he came iu he met and was
introduced to Easley. Easley
challenged tbn young man about
tbe article. When Blythe men
tioned the party's name who fur
nished the information on which
the article was based Easley drew
a revolver. The weapon is a reg
ulation army pistol of 38 calibre.
Easley is a man of largo propor
tions and muscular and weighs
C;rhaps 15 or 100 p.iunds.
lythe was but a boy compared
will i him, as he weighed but 125
pounds and was lelow tbe average
height When the weapon was
pulled Easley wis grabbed by
Chase, Spillaue, Johnson and scv
f.ral nf the in inters and a strug
gle ennied to prevent the uso if
the gun.
Canttircil ly Inurffciil.
IyJon,XQT. 11. A lrices Lie
ben tteived at tbe office ia tbi
city of the Philippine eonnn-rciid
com pair, J"iig tbe iu-urgiiit
Lt ttk-n the i laiil f Nvgr'jef,
t-ne .f lb Pl'i'. r j ti - jrrroi., -f-ktcil
It i urfi -liiiii-l fi'.in I'm
i T 'i i Jrbn, atil tiiat lb-v re I
Ii'iil i. tb t'k.:tal "f te
i-lud f Piy n l tbe weoul lnr'-
Jtt lTt Ol tbt Pu.ppilea.
Tho Dal Masquo.
The second annual charity ball
ia
a thing of tho a l and it can be put
down aa a aucoes .u every aeusu of
the word aud the Udiea who worked
o faithfully are tj be congratulate J
. ni .
There wa not an eiceptioually large
atteudauce, but just Urge enough
that do one was crowded and one
and all united in aaying that they
had a thoroughly eujoyable tiino.
The following is a list of the
uauies of the maskers anJ a deacrip-
sniption of their costumes:
Of Red Crops nurses that dido'
face the hardships in battle and
care for the sick soldiers, there
were four: Misses Willie and
Matrgie Cooirar, Janie Shoffers
and Mrs. Beside Emerv
Tho cow boys from off the Rio
Grande, where they have to con
tend with marauding Mexican and
American thieves, wuro there in
the persons oi uuy narain and
Ivy Tivis. ,
One would have thought that we
were at one of Uncle Sam's many
navy yards from the Jack Tars
that, were there in realastic cos
tumes and worn by Marion Fletch
er and (Claude Blanchette.
Then we were reminded of one
of the big circuses, "the grandest
and largest now traveling," when
a. i. ustebee ana unas uoieman
appeared upon the scene with tri
pod and camera and the photog
raoher's act.
Of the real natives of the New
World wo had a representative
each from the Comanches and
Kiowas, who made the life of
oarlv settlers in the Lone Star
state interesting for vears by
their many raids. "Mud in the
Moon" was represented by Looey
Liove and "itain ueioro me corni
er" was taken by Chas Ridley.
borne one to iook aiier ine
on bins, and thev made handsome
looking nurses too (Boys, an ad
in the Daily Entekpbise wiU
iirinr enml results, if it is a liosi
tion you are looking for) in every
d.iv life thev aro A. C Bordages
and Marshall Edwards.
The gladiator fram Rome, who
didn't live, in the time of Nero and
who was not lookine- for a combat
was represented by Duncan Hen
derson.
' Oh. the Dflvil." was what they
said about Fred Ligon and he ap-
. 1 , A- 1 1 L U .
pearea to oe penecny ut uuujo u
lis new attire.
To hp.ln us from place to
i (j
place we need some one to handle
the scoop on a locomotive engine
and Bert WakefHd came along
igged for the occasion.
"A eantle wheelman, that's all,"
and Albert Eastham took the
character.
The most interesting costume
I lnterusiiDK uosmwci
evening was3 one that
wnm last.
wnnM ntt.rnftnttnnt.mn nf the Inch
minded people and Bometningtnat
was. aswesav now "right up-to-
date" thirty years ago. It was
dusr un from its resting place lor
year 8 and worn by Miss Lizzie
:asweii. who was tue old maid-
Mrs. Joe Payment came down i
in tho evening to tbe lail ana rep
resented jNignt.
Miss Julia Loeb was one of the
Peasant girls.
George Washington and Hamp
uwigu ii vv - 1
Stone seemed to be quite good
menus, as no was cuuuuuaujr
w ith Ilanip last evening.
Have vour fortune told, the
town and one of
Gypsies are in
the band attended the dance last
evening w ith Miss Bird Cooper.
hen summer comes we win
all try to take good car to keep
cool. Tbe most handsome Sum
mcr costumes last evening were
thoso of Misses Mahle (iullcy
hrn and Edna Elder-
The dead swell eoons who don't
make their living by playing tho
HoUl waiter about forty-two hours
in the week and roll big Iwncstbe
remainder, came in with Maurice
Goldstein and Mom Holland
Thn liabiea that tbe Nurse
'couldn't liok after and were "jnit
j at t.wect," looked like Misses Lena
! Ib-nderson and Ella Shaw,
j Kern Spottiwnr,d was all alone
as tbe Knight Erant
I In l'Joe IVimimws there were
' Mi-,ses Una Swindell and Virgie
(.iimiiifrs.
lhe lady with tb Big Foit that
fujl'ln t
control it as Harry
1 bey all wait to Y.l tor we had
one ol the lry A oi l Ci'bni'.-l i
timuH at tho dance in the person
of U. J. llillo.
Of Toreadorsaud Cavaliers thei
wore many, almoiit enough to make
a small army. Hardy Itlanchctto,
Van Sheffield, Jim Ryan, bam
SlcOary, Oeorgo Bryant, George
L eon, J m Goodhue and Charles
" " "
Others in costumes were Misses
Minnie McGrevy, Annie and Mo
lia lilanchetto and Ida Jarrett.
Most delicious refreshments were
served and this part of the program
was as enjoyable as tbe daucing.
Tho President's Message.
Washington. D. C. Nov. 11.
Since Presidont McKin:ey's return
froin the west be baa beeu givon con.
niderable attention to tbe preparation
of bis annual message to congress
Tho urincimd Dart of tbe message
will h devoted to consideration of
the future of the islands which have
beuome the property of the United
States as a result oi tue war.
Thn resident will take tbe crouud
that these islands shall uot be a bur
den, financially or morally, to the
United States. He will recommend
the orcunization of native recriments
to garrison the islands of Cuba and
Porto Rico, aud tbe Philippines ana
Uuam under tue command or ivmer
icau officers.
He will nlso recommend that sen
arate tuiiff systeuis shall be provided
for these islands, so ns to make them
Stir supporting.
He will also strontrlv favor the
budding of the Nicaragua canal uu
tier American ausmces.
Tbe president will recommend that
Porto Kico. tUe ruiUppine croup
fliiam und CuLa. until un indepen
deut government can be estublhbetl
they ubull be treated as colonics ami
not iih territories, like Alaska. He
will suggest that as the people iu
iIicho iHlaud oiOL'ress in civilization
aud iu their uu Jerstandiug of Ameri
can ideas, there may come a time iu
ilia f ut..re wbon tbe United States
will be willing either to unuex theHC
territories us constitutional prts of
this C'niutry or establish indepen
dent forms of government thereon,
uudor the supervision tif the Ameri
can federal government.
A highly importuut, feature of the
president's recommendations will be
the BiiL'ryestion that 80 para te tariff
systems be provided for tbe differ
ent isluuds.
The president does not believe
that it would be wise to estubltsb
free trade between the United
States and these islands and he will
take tbe sround that the American
pioducers must not be allowed to
suffer as a result oi tue expansion
of American territory, nnd that they
honld be protected from the cheap
labor and climatic advantages of the
islands.
Tim nreaident will recommend
that the croverntnent of these islands
. - - , , , . .,
be eft for some years at east i the
whom, he will suy, a good, clean ad
ministration of ufluirs may be ex
pected.
V. C, T. U. Convention.
St. Paul, Minn., Not. 11. The
wo most prominent ideas in this, tbe
opening day of the annual conven
tion of the National Woman's Chris
tian Temperance Union, have been
reverence for the memory of the do
i -
pftrted leader, Mra. Willard, and a
a
reviving of the spirit and history of
Dm nriirinal crusaders of 1874. It
lhe anniversary of the latter, anJ
this convention, the "Memorial Un-
Tention," is tbe first coming together
of tlja mpc-auce women in national
t. . ... . ...
convention since the death of Mia
'ni Willard. whose life and
'..rlr ira nvnonvmoua with tbe
-d
...... . . . ,
union. Moat oi tbe .lay was uevoieo.
to paying tributce of respect and
nrl Inw tn Lbfl "oromoled one"1 of
tbe W. C T. U-, a few reports being
h-rl Ute ia tie aflernoon. Tbe
even iog a tbe occasi'n for formal
welcom- of Ibr delegate.
A Spanish PaiK?r'sAaer1lon.
Madrid. Nor. 11. Tbe Heral ki
asHift that the gvernment bat
reslved to roaintAin Spain" r
ereirntv over tbe lliiliipinn It
1... I -.n n irt'-f hI lhat KmiM-nr
M:;)ara )e taibitrte in
t.vtr 0f the yvi ci!Biui-)-i"0
failing to a;rree.
a iil r. OMliara l yvurj i'bttlic.
Good Thiogs to Eat.
NEW BUCKWHEAT.
PURE MAPLE SYKUP.
CEUEAL HWKK,
HYGENIC WHITE OATS.
ItALKTON'S BUEiMvFAS'r F(X)D.
HEALTH PAN CAKE ITXJUIi.
MAGDEBUIIG DILL PICKLIiS.
1CEALINE (tho Modern Frosting).
ltOLLED WHEAT.
GLUTEN ENTIRE WHEAT FLOUK.
(Mdkfx llrttin llieitil.)
DEWEY HAMS AND HUEAKl-'ASl' BACON.
CEUVELAT S AUSG A K. ,
KOYAL SCAKLia' CAN GOODS, finest in tbe world.
Whore Can Other Good Things to Eat be Found?
At GROCER
S. LEDERER'S, TothePeople.
BEAUMONT,
$2.00 PER DAY. Now House, New Furniture,
mxrorytlaing; ixo-w' vxacl First Olasa.
E. BUTTON, Manager.
SCHQQL:BQQKS.
SECURED TBE-
Depository of Stabi TcaI School Books of Bet.
mont and Jefferson county, 1 mn in a position to
exchange all School Hooks in uu Junmutilatcd con
dition. I also have a n
wmom stock of scjwousupflies.
which will bo sold lower than the record prices,
n nrramm riiovunrnn: iik.wmo.vt look axj
Ja. bslitm, ST A TIOSKI! V ,STOUK IV V. O. IWILVINQ-
Remember
T -A t T" O
C1el. rJ. KailllWcili r-r an . .,. -..-.-Ly
Ls LX-f i..niTrnT aim nunrniiiTriinru'
Modnrn .'imlnna and Thorn
u. ii il 1... Iliinl-v IVIIIkAHI
n,. rim.
hih.ii.1.,.
KVKKL'IIHN, UOOM 1!
Special
JUST RECEIVED -to give tho pooplo
a benefit salo on
BLANKETSMd COMFORTS
2 of which we have received an entire new stock.
T Extra fine Saline Down Comforts, sold by all dealers at ,
i,..t f,.r benefit will sell t licin ut 2 50 apioco.
I White Wool Blankets full 10
for125
Full size 11-4 White Blankets, worm an oi pair iur c
Liulica' latest stylo Braid.nl W.k.I auls in Red. Llack and
Santiago Blue, regular :; waisis fur tl oJ
Full lino of boys1 and Girls Military Cap- at 3j nnd oOcts,
worth double the price.
SIDNEY H. LEVY,
riinnnor than the clieaii" st toro in Beaumont
Ijookln for IInln'.
Maior J. (). OsipxhI of lhe Sa
i.io Pa Land and Improvement
coniany, was in tbe nty mis
morning on bia way bue from
Houston and Galx -vbm. M r. s
giKjiI baa Uin trying to w-tc
rune tyoXium ".bipnient for tb--lat
and b;U m.- "-le I if 1b- i i
rM the i.bi- Tlie trout.k- .
m mat clrV-r. are wan", '"
'Mr. 0-?Kid tbink ib.ttb j :
'Us 'iocelQl in " da- 'I
S.itbr I'aeifi: anion t:
haol A' to .lb Pas s.i.i
w,nt Cilr-t,n -bipj-r art- 'A
i ,j baiKllH wnn fn irbt 1'
m.tii-I ft "-ib'-rn P'ifici:
t'lro'li.'1! tbfl P:f--!
VJr. i-'ri ?V t"t Ibe
i.n tl W 'Bibenn l' !tj; -bei' i
TEXAS.
SCHOOL-BOOKS.
I bo Plaeo.
re 4
A
lMnnn ami SpirincBtlpna prepare
rili'jniiLui niw' ourLnmiLnuLhi
rum. 'i mu i v iiiiI'Limikiu iifn
I size, regular prico $2 50
Byiletin !
being pushod and that as soon as
. the ii'-w Morgan kbips are com
pleted wmie of them will ply be
tween New York and Sabine Pass.
North Dakota Mixture.
li'-nf-'o. 111, Nov. 11. A t-pe-i
i.il i- the Time Herald from
- ...i IMIn S. !., that from
, i .1 '.ndii-Htiona it looka as if
u- n-litutional amendments tin
. ij ul !Ti .'. initiative and re-
.- i. Iumi ant tale diieinaty
.m i '-iiri -l in North Dakota,
1 r n-itive ia likely to be
'. unt l Saturdar, aa only
.... . - . . i
u:.: I 'a- I'lniDi te Hire inoi lar rp-
i I n tbee feature of tbe
li G1!h i. rmnving new,
fre-h g "' daily.

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