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n VOL. 2 IIKAUMOXT, TKXAS, TUKSHAY. XOVKMHKIJ 22. IttiU NO 1112 X r i FROM H UNTIL AFTER THE HOLIDAYS. & & & -rir & & & I THE CUT IS ON t Avail Yourself of It! I lie rcxi niiii iiiicm nraiuis vt iuskcyx, niip.iiien nun i'i. inestlo WIlli'H anil l.liIHH'K (IIhi must i'iiinilrli stuck in I Ik' Stall1) now ready to he coM nl 'lu lowest lluuivn himIIi. Whlhklrx, tlruiiil't's ami I'liMallliteil dirk inn! Ii)i' ninl IVarh nml llnney fur ineilielnal .iirii.-e In sin k. Come, out! nml till to tin-1 'eli-litii tnl liivr lliillc mnl Ken tucky Whiskey Depot, oiio.-lt itHU'f. Prompt Attention on all mail order. TElHI'XtlXI! 1 1-tf. '- i H. HIRSCH, Prop. OVIS l.VY AM) XUillT. MM' MfN" 'MM'- STEEL? cras""' t,;stf..K&l ' rX- , f 1 111 i? M ;fe f Man lBA.Lgfft4fp3 tj , iVv kl'Vfc, ? That is the way we buyg stoves and aside from the Celebrated ovei we have a lot of air tight heaters in the oval, square and Franklin styles. Don't buy a stove until youhave ex amined ours. E. L. WIL! 1 Hardware Companv, Canes We have a large line of the sweilest things in CANES. See the display in our windovy. Badger & Kolte-r, Tl)3 Jewelers Are You Looking for a UCGY, SURREY, or PHAET If so, Remember we have them. Port Arthur lYIeltrutt. Whon tlio ti-li'nim camo yo ii'i-iliiv li (ii-tfi nml (!mrtdlin tliom' tla l'irt Arthur C'lmimol nml Dude coinimnv'K ruso lia lii'cn li'ci(l'il by tho supri'iuo I'liui l in tlioir favor, a shout of aiiilausi ami nuinitulaliim jrt'i-tfil liu'iu on ovory khu, imu most or all tlio Tort Artliur mmi ilo had c-tiuso to h happy. In honor of tho joyful ncwi thoro wih a mvplion hoM at tin lloli'l Siibitn. whero sik'i-Ih wh'o in onlor. Wry f'W of I In lt(a union t jiooplo attt'inli'd on at count of tln had vcatln'i shor not ic:. at ructions at hoiiioin tin wiiv of tln-aliv and imrtics for whicli ('n.-flii'incnts had already l)ii'ii iiKH... Wlii'tiihi) train ar rivi'd at i'ort Arthur tlicy ucr jrrcch'd i't tho way of tiring o cannon, i.iusic, etc. Ahovo tin confusion wont up shouts o "Hurrah for tlrocr t (Jrocr!" "Hurrali for iudircs of tho su promo court!" Upon arriving at tho hotol. Judire Smith, as chau man, made a .good talk and thou introduced lion. Hal . droor to tho audience, which greeted him with il round of auniause. In clear, concise niannor Mr. (freer explained to the people of l'or Arthur tliat they need no longoi fenv n nv interference, thill th supreme court had settled the matter entirely. "Three cheers for (J reer & Creer!" "Three cheers for the suiircmo court!" Following Mr. Hal (J reer came Mr. II. A. Greer. He einnha sized the remarks of Mr. Hal (freer, adding that he felt sure of u great future lor I'ort Arthur and that he believed that within rive rears there would be 1 ",)( inhabitants and that he Iioped unci believed there would be it hi shins lvinir at her port Messrs. Austin and Minter then spoke in u most happy manner !' the -ro:it future held out to Port Arthur, saying: "All that is needed to make Unit luturc is thorough co-oneration and exer cise of energy on the part of the people Willi the promoters 01 me irretit scheme to insure success." Much was said as to how the good news had affected the Df'oole of Port Arthur, but one citizen went up the street yelling and shouting in such a manner as to attract a crowd. They guessed tit the cause of his hap py condition and when they found it to bo true, rejoiced with him. Following the si leeches at the hotel was a song, the words of which made the Port Arthurites extremely happy. The -song was sung by lour or live gentle men whoso names wo could not irot. At '2 o'clock tho train left for Heaumont. brinirinsr back those of our citizens who had been to rejoice with them that do rejoice. Tho - day ol November will ereafter seem the day of thanks iving for Jefferson county. Among those who went from 1 ioimiiiDiit were Mr. and Mrs. Kiigono Monner, Mr. and Mrs. lal W. ( J reer, K. A. (freer, Kubo inionton. Dan Kdwtuls, lld Og en. Dr. F. F. Sutton. 110 AD WAGONS, IIAKXESS, SADDLES, WHIPS, L.M KOBi;S. ALL STYLIvS, ALL PIJK'LS. SEE OUR RIGS BEFORE YOU BUY. LAKE CHARLES CARRIAGE & I IMPLEMENT CO. LTD. BEAUMONT, TEX. t x ft - r 4: , Ins cnn;i' to d. rn.'nid tli' saip-" -!i1,ii i,1 ;;i r !;iii'n- I n th ;utit I'm- wi'-j. --t " ;b;it 4,f-v- ) lx 1 v. --n lb ;- ii i st ; 1 lb- ' f ri1'-nt. , '"."Ti-!! r.T'l' ;; '.' ''l -s , 'f ) Ti"1 vi-'i di-.'. ivtil r i'i; ! . .' i, i :inv v ur. i . iv ! J ;i'i'fl 1' i ':: v i' v. , ! !. i!'-d v. ''1 1; BEAUMONT ART STUDIO. Ail Impoilant l)e;tl One of the lurir.'st real estate lr.-it!s:iciiu!is thai has occuinvl in ll'.'is.iti count v for sonic t n ;i - has just been c-lo-d :nul tlio Sotilhcrn Hico and Trust im I'iiny bcciiines tho owner of (i.li'O hitcs of the best, rice lands inJi-f-fcisiin miity. Of this land L'")(o urn's mis pai has';d outright of C I'.liin. liettc and is at the head .if llili'.i'brandt bayou ami the ri'st of lln: hiii l i in tin: Slivers lc.i'ii and Il ls b"n Juiiti'ii ti-d for. Thopi i'-o aid was ii gnod iiui in cmip:ii isou with what lands have h en -cYu 'j fur in in J l!iTn cuiKity. 'I ho Smth C II Kii-O (i!l 'I I list CKtllpMIIV is t;,):,i-'-l of lt.-sMi.iiii s. I .wii. I Kan-:is ("v -:i italisl-. and will ' i:,aiiii'c I by Mr Alfred K il. a we d kt.own lawyer f I V-sMoin'-s, I'.wn. who is wcrc iarv of thee .!;.:. nv .'in.' who will t t.,ai nil tl.i- cilv :m I hivcnii ,f; ' 4. r tV l"r-1 N.iti'.i.id bnik. A M I'lll- I V..M !ll-M :'. 1 - M.-i h -. ).: - .! ! :- d !i-l- a'..ic 1!. ' 'i "f "i- D-i i in' tit Ii : i' i' 'n !) . -l fi (irMir Ji !ii.i of llfi!ibi I;kis. 1 lie ( ouiiirr ! k l Slur., lllg Land Deals. .last iu) v ihci'o iM n i;rcut ncliviiy ;ui i i' l.in.1 nml mi-. mil lliousniiil iKTrn li.ivo lici ii piiri-liaia l iy I-'Mi IMirlii'H, Tin-si i iilii iih a liave lii'i n invt n!i;;.ilin llio priliU f rifi' f irm in;,' unit wid ilcVi'lop M'Vria! lliotiMind icrrH in J i fli'ivon ciiuiit v. The lew prii'c of ll.i'si' laiulrt nil 1 1 lit' I'll. ii in itiiH prolitu in lift' rvtn nt a lewcr jirii'c for tlie product limn lias pi vailrd in th.' pat-t two y.'iirs Iium induced tlicKf jreiilleini'li to ciiihui lt in lliis indiiKtry. Tim pivllln of ri.u' fariiiing iippciii' fidiidnim to a nei lli rn fannir, and ciprrially the tenant fanner, su much ho I hat I hey arc inrliiii'd (o think that llu sturirs l.uld art' grown xa;,'grrut ioiiH. The lew prifi'H of land now prevailing ill HOiia be u thing ef the past, and Ultimo who tuv innv will no douht find cause fur cuiignit'ilatiiiii in ill in-ar future. lN'solutit lis of lEospoct. Ueaumont, Tex., Nov. 21. Tn tin: lion. Kit. I. (Irav, Council ('oni- maiitlcr Curly 1'iin: Ciiuip, llooilimai of tin! Worltl: We your com mil tec ap;ointed to submit resolutions on the death of Sovereign W. S. Lapliam, beg to report the following: The news- of the death of our friend and sovereign, which oc curred on November 12, lS'.I.S, lills our hearts with grief, and when we see. with sorrow, the vacant seat in our Forest, we tire re minded of the woe st ricken loved ones of our deceased sovereign, and our grief is made more poign ant, but does not the ritual of our noble order remind us that death is tho common destiny of us all, and that our beloved sovereign is not, indeed, dead, but only re sponding to the call of the Council Commander of the universe ton seat in the Forest of tho Eternal City. We would t Hereto ro have tlio bereaved family, together with us, seek consolation and condo lence in our .sorrow in the Chris tian hope and faith that death is but the transition of tho spirit from darkness to light, from mor tality to immortality. ,1. iMTZcinnoXs, S. W.. Pick in, WaI.TKU .1. CltAWl'OlM). A Phantom Party. In honor of the fourth anniver sary of their marriage Mr. and M rs. Marion Fletcher entertained i number of friends at their homo on North street last evening. Unknown to Mr. Fletcher it . .i . ii e ji... was arranged mai an oi in'1 guests come attired in snow- white garments, to represent what wo often read about, as be ing "spooks or ghosts," and, hief among thorn, the "King Spook" of the evening, was ar- tngeu and made up ny t.oi. u A. Fletcher. This was .Mrs. Johnson, a stranger to all. She w.is a n'v arrival, of a cold and unfriendly nature, and couldn't )i induced to make friends with i ii y one uniii in" me wnisin- blew, then Percy loss came out of his cost ii if white, which was a pillo.v ca.so and .sheet witli I mask to con esjioiid, as il lie iid been hol on I f a ciin in n. To Iho lire went Mis. Johnson loliv pursued by !: nip Sl- ne ind Marion Fletcher, only t tin. I that the lire WHS out a fore Ine.V n rivisl at the ngiin hoiio. Something utu.sunl for ii'-.ts indulge in was the elevmi re- freshuM'tits sui h as was . t r'.i'ii , Mrs. 1'1- i' h. r. Though li!' ! people, ii take, il I ki'l'ls i,l !;'('., to Hi liiea Uul id. 'j !ie f' il iv. !. - ... e l!e "'liest Mr. .i. l Mis. Henry L.i.g. Mr. ind i r-. 1 . K. .J'.im Mr. and r,. KailiK tt I I-tel.. i . Mi-. a:i'l r-. W. A. I'!' te!i r. "r. and Mr,. P. II. Vi Mr. l .Mr,. H .' .r !l. Mr. i.t.d Mr,. Ji:i- Ki. t!i. Mr. a:ei Mi .-a!'i M'-iii. Mi I. i 1 II WW-., JIT I Hie j. . Wi'! and Vw L"g':i. (oucral (iitivin tu New York! i NVw V.-ik, N .v. 21. ( r.d (.'.- lixlil G il. il i.l.d the i i! IT Clih.ll eoiniiiiN .ii... i h frmii Hi., clnli. hi .Mili tary us.M'inl.ly at Santa I'm, d. 1 our, eu r.'iiti- to Waliiiigtoii fur Ihi- pur. u)-i. of laj ing hefure 1'ivi.idelit Mr Kinliy ii'Miihitiiiiis reei ntly adopted hy tlio iisni'inhly im In the f'llnri' ot the iH iuid f ('aba. in lived here In day on t lie Wii'-d line steainer Si giiraiiciii. General Garcia and tint cummin. kitim-rri h'ii'h i.ivi'ii mi c-n 1 1, il kiiihI it: welcome by I In.' members of the local! branch of I he Cuban junta, mid' main prominent Cuban went do ah lint bay on the lug Atlantic lo niei t tin- Siguraiicia, mid when tlio vclc. ran general came down I lie gan planl; nl. tho Ward line duck ho was yrei lcd wilh rousing cliei rn. Jt wan Willi great uilmailly llmtllui piilicc cleiiivd the way for the parly, ki dellHC wuh Iho crowd. Tho party was composed of Gen oial ,Jop Miguel Gomez, liicuteiianl Colonel Jo.sc Kauion Villaluu, Col onel Antonio (iuiiales, fiiriner hcc rotary of I ho Cii! an junta in this cily; Colonel Cosmo Terricnto, sec retary lo (lenerid (farcin;. Colonel Carlos Martin y I'opri, Colonel (Jriipio Villcndiu's, liioiiloiiant Iticur do Kohy and Ooiiernl Garcia. General Garcia, when seen on the si reel, miid bo was delighted to be in New York again, and that ho looked forward with picas ire to Hie commission's cull on President Mc Kinley. "I will go to Washington in a day or two to soo tho president, and nfter tay work in tlio United Stales is ac complished I will return to Cuba ''Tho Cubans Lave no other feel ings for the Americans tlmn those of friendship nml gratitude. As for niyi-olr', I believe in Aniericin occu pation of Cuba until order lias been restored. I believe in I he United Stales having Cuba, but not forever. I am for free Cuba, and so uro nil other Cubans. There is no senti ment on tho island for annexation. All Cubans have faith in Mr. MeKiu ley. The commission of which I am tin. head is not going to Washington with any propositions for the presi dent's consideration. Wc uro going there to tell of the country ami to belter llie arrangements for the es tablishment of tlm postollicu depart ment. American occupancy in a noccHsily but, not forever." (Jeiierul (iareia also said that, ill the assembly ut Soda Cruz del Sur there was Hie greatest spirit of unity shown. Good ThiQgs to Eat. NKW lil'CKWIIKAT. PIUJK MAPLK NYKUP. CKIJF.AL COFFKI'L HYGKNIl! WIHTF.OATS. liALS'l-ON'S IIUKAKFANT FOOD. IIKALTll PAN (UKKFli)lMi. M AGDFHUIIG DILL PICKLICtt. K'KALINIO (the Mmlorii Frosting). KOLLKI) WHKAT. GLUTF.N KNTHilO WIIKAT FIjOUK. ( M.ikrt IWtiin r.'.el.) DI-AVF.Y HAMS AND HKKAKFAST UACON. CKIiV'KLA. SAFSGAK. liOYAL S(!AULKT CAN GOODS, tlnest in Iho worlJ. Where Can Other Good Things to Cat be Found? At GROCER S. LEDERER'S, To the People. F T( )rTl"FT'iT . E31srijOE3, BEAUMONT, - - TEXAS. ' 2.00 1'ICll DAY. Now House, Now Furniture. Ji:voxy tiling now' cixiG. -F"lret Class. If. E. DUTTON) Manager. U DO NOT RUSH. 1 Select Your holiday Goods Leisurely. I have tin: luilk of my stock, sneli as Olft Hooks. Hlltlcs, TchIh JS monts, rrnycr Hooks, llu: cliolccst varieties in CaleniliirH novelties of J all ilesciii.tiiinsalreaily In slock, of n variety anil rlces ncvur e(iialeU hcfoie. In sliorl, I liavo aclty stock al IlKiires to nmiutiilii my wcll LJ eai ned reputation before llu: pultlle. Z? C7"C7E?JTP VllOI'IU RTOIl ' llKAUMi D. OlitWlR., STATIOSKliYSTOliK II Country Orders Solicited. iTBjnnriooD II KM MONT JIOOK AVI) ix i: o. nuiunNO. 5Wf 5 15- I?- Kaufman Modern VhIvnh Hint Tlioroiiuh ron Hl nu ll. in. Heavy work n Mpei-liill y. KV1.K ItUII.IHNO. IIIKIM i'i- 1'lana and Hpecl flcat lona prepared for all clu moor ItulldlnK T il Kasley's Cast; CoiiUiiikmI. (Jalvesioii Trilninc. The li ial of Kdwin S. Fasley has het'ii eonliniied until the next term of the criminal d istrict eou r whieh will meet in this cily on the lirst Monday in January, ls'.l'.l The eoiitiniianee was granted at tin: instance of Soelleer it Kill eaid, attorneys for defendant, nnd is the result of an agreement be tween them and District Attorney (iilespie. 'ibis agreement was made laM I hiii-Mlay, but no order has been entered on the records of the conn yet, and cuise.'ueiill it has been known to but few. A Tribune reporter called on Major Frank- M. Spcm-or this morning lo ascertain the reasons fur the continuance, and ho said their ;i tiill was based oil several statutory grounds. 'i In: lack of counsel and iiisullie.iont limo to prepare a defence wen: tin: chief rea .ii, In: said, for nuking that tin: c;hi go over till the m-xt term ofciiiil.Kidey has been indicted by the "i .-in I jury and is still in . . . ; liiicn lioir I'nivWct'.. ,J..!i.i Siiel" is l.-'i'l' sts 1.11 thos' l;o Hie g-il!g I'l sifig Hi tin TIlHikH ..i it. i. , Il I: I I II" ..I 1 II l .tin ti ''' i il.t for i-.i". ,h-l !....; I iei I iil ell t !. . Dress Goods FOR XMAS TIME Received and on Sale, t J. Herewith we give a few of the Styles and Prices for a starter. 35c t a- T" i SIDNEY H. LEVY. C1h'jiht than thec heaiM-st store in Ik'.iumonL j. n: i-'l,... ',,i-,.ll vr DreKS, Good v. worth all of 10 cents a yard for W Double Wid lb Novelty Dress (Joods, changeable elTect. cannot Im: bought elsewhere for O I 0p less Ihan l.'ic. in v price on those only U I " Ju . :;ii inch All Wool Suj-i l Flannel Sackings which cannot 1m bought for less than 5 cents, iny nriri: onlv I tul.lo widlli", extra line Plaid ' Vicot Flannel one a of Iho Ia1'sl novoMu's, worm ai ntisi ;u cents Ullp ouu ii yard for Am etM'.,' . IT J tl ' i v.. ir in e L . :ii ' .11. v." :; p. t. T!i;Mik"giiiig Itall l .,r the 1 li-n.V.-'iv ieg ball it l'..t Arltmr N-.ve::,lr t Hi" I'i.m Attb-ir K . j'c 'H "-'Pi' ti P.. it Arthur ii'iliet un ut ' ei!1-. l"Hini' I "r'.tit at H p. iii. No' em ' r ' :" 1 r 1 I n l ae l'..it Art!i ir s -J ''' - o J. i M '', iii -i ' il A:.'' i.1. i ii-- : P' ' ' Tb- I' 1 W. VnU' Trsiii-frrs. A Darinff Kohlwry. Iail 15 If .lly and il" lo J. K. Cily Treaaurrr It D. SimoDton in iuirw k, lot H in l,l M-k 2, .Nl,nii h,oit about in valuables today, pa-N ?.Vi'i. tbf rfMult of very clever and dr- 7. 1 lua i:ruk lo )tvi 1 llir- ni)r rubbery wliicb oocurred after be ai. k, si (. h oat of ll.e MaMiu 1 1 r, tuit'sl from the ctlebratioo at l.iamu 1 ii-, f-'5"" I lti Arthur lift night. The thief J. il Luili'sti l J. (il ti"I ' 'ciilie.I Li room, took bis diamond ul. a pnit f f "t on l vloi'k,irt ntu K the button out of bi lUv,'i. t2 : jruffa, ami bi watch. Tba robber Marian 1'ibl-l 1 l'J. -; alo carried away Mr. Simooton'a Ihk I, 177 '! f lri I n Taj I- fiatla, containing aboot fl9, and bis i;v.o, '4 j Lat. but detatcbed bis sur-pecder Mart Ja' k'ii ami La-bun I to ; an 1 kft IL m io tbe room. Tbe ( I., i h (i rinm r. M . !' Lurglar went in tLroogn tbe aoor. vliicb wan, nn fort ona tely, unlocked. I I, . .,, - -.etl . ' . i . I .,: im i.L v r I.-..I- f lb i t- 1 ii -p H. . a. . . 11 -It i iiu 1" f. .ri,f.;- to ( I. S n-uo-n,. r. ) l 7 l b k 14. raff - 7. Sl.ir. IV-, ?Vi. K Willi l- i jt-!." O" . . IIS? (Vdln-n's pift books, fiictare ti'ioka nnd trime. Select them ti'm. II Kzafir, I5enrooTjt Book More, .1'fiit biiildr.