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MOKT I- HIXI.KU . . .Vr WVek . .(Vr Month I,. n-m liOVKKM'll I'AntS rt iHWj. K li "' P I ' ! -...mii. Koeuir ft l'uuiylvniM. u iu fliit'utio U-l ' ui.l il r ' Hhlliiitneniirl the M)i y tlmi P'irii'H-1 llli-ie. tilul u"H elwl lillMM-ir mi (ulitim B.ii'Tallv. Cuiiilim froiiifcii.li n iiitmiiiH iii tU iimi mi. Hi y eruliil l.liiuml IhoiililUfnl mlliTlliii. J.: I'Ulllnttli Ix-tiuii by wivIuk: "My itnly u un Aiiieliniii illUen omniuml lit y tiiiiirl of IIih rti in try' irniileiit ul IliU Jnnrliire. WiU'i. llii l'ivl'lriit xiiiil in Mm J'liul'iun mIi (liul I In- l'llilillllll-4 Ml' 111!!1 11 k much AiihtIi bii will n were Te n m Aluhkii. Ik HiMikc lilt I rulli. 'The InIhihIh Mle OIIIM llV lllle "I liruiy. unit ImtH no till)' lu I.011L: liinu iir Aliixkii exi-eiil tluil i nlitll ii" 'l l.y lieiily. An they lire oiii-h m I.iiiiiiiI lo ee tin-in imrlni-il. In net un lnw uml imli-r in llii-lr miilhl. 'I ll It- I niir III si duty. Il Ih h national ilii.y i: ml iI.-iimm iiiiH mill I'l'imlilit'iiiiM nllK' ,11,. I ul lu ltd fnlllll l luil ilmy Tin- Imim-illiili' olijiil confroiitliiK u in tli reiltulloii of Un' Philippines id unler. uml il Im viiIii hh II Ih wrung '" KMTIlllltP wlmt c Nllllll ilu wllli tin-:. I or win I Mill of Eoverilineilt wc mIi:iM Mr I ll) III' llUW lllllrll HI-lf-K'IVI-IIIIIIIH wc Hint 1 1 PKloml to the nnllVi'H ni'.ti' we Imve Holveil Hip Immediate iin-. lion. To take trouble about IIu-hp til llni.'ite mutters, when it n Imiiieilliiie mill Iit threittemi Ih iim tinnrni tli nl in II Ih iiniitnerh-iiii. "t hnve no ilottlit lint lltul tlic Ani'T- i ! will readily eonwiit II II " ' ereit iiinuiiil tin-in ling of Ki-lf-KfV- iMiilitK reptihliiH omn Iney a r r.n vlnieil tin' respertive pni'MoitH are en imiIiIc of initonoiiiv. llnl I have no iloulit tlx- Anierleiin IIiik will lto.il wherever II Ih now planted until tuu-li time iih there Ih m iloulit llntl a ft'0 uml otdi-i'lv Kovernment ciui In- eKtiib- IIhIm-cI ii ltd exeri-iKeil liy Ihene pt'onli'. NVe have stepped in nnd our pnr.i- tuoiiiit iltttv. Wiperiur to nil othei'K. Ih In iifTord prottTllon to thone hntili itinl to the IikIIvIiIiiiiIh nnd Ilu trn I" In I hone lands. We rannol withdraw. "Ah lo what our fHliihlhihment In Hip I'hilippliiPK may li-ml us lo in Hip Hip future there Ih no occasliin lo hpoali.. Sullii lent nnlo Hip day Ih Hip evil t hereof . nnd no IiiIiIkp Hhinihl he ilortspil tint i I we romp lo II." Former (ioyi-ruor l'litlisou di'ihucd he was mil of polllirH, hti'l heeu for Iht'pp ypiit'8. and hnew nothltiK il what In' read in Hip iiPWHpnpprH. Ki nally hi' roiiHiMitptl to Hiiy: "In the ICnst wp think Hip radit'iil wlni; of Hip ileiiKicrary Ih Ht ill in power II IiioUh to iih as if the CltieaKO plat -form were to lie ro-eliai'tpil, and as i demorliil. I say if Hip majority want il, I Hay let us hayp it. Tin majority In iiiIp- that is a nn-ul ileinoeratic priiu'iplt. "Ilnwevpr. Hie itpuioerai te parly has heeu :i i'onspi'y:ityp ptirty. and this triumph of radicalism in its ruiuicils will pass. Tlic party will romp to its own imaiti. and alter 1!IU0 poKsihly th.' old traditions ami luineipIeK will he liKaill assprlpd. The KiikIIhIi Kovern uieiit is Hip most ronspryutivp on Ptirlll. and il makes few hinders. U'e. nitty well estimate such ronseryal ism. Radii-alism does not eut'p Hip exlls It niKes iiKiilnst. and it is Kood demo cratic due trine to let tilings ahuip. IriiKtliiK lo time and the natural op eration of events to mend all tho tea is. "Now there is the matter of trusts. Thp trusts will hrcak of their own weight. Thpy will cuip thpinselvps. M. ..i i ...... . .........r. i m.-ii i 01 riipp ir you .im .1 ilium' naiiKPil. Upsides, there is no legislation which can hp devised which will ri'Kiilalp or crush them luiiK as no overwhelming puldic Kent inctii exists to demand their extim I i.ui v.. i . . . 'pi or itseir accom pllslied a remedy. Wllat wotkK he hip is t up puhiic will, which enforce a law. Tiilo. railway ichales an .i i . i. . . .... . I..U KS. run s rorliiddiiiK HiPtn a.lorn ev,.,v Htntiitp Kik. hut rehat. Itllllt-il. I - . i.. ""IMP in reaniy ipi.1p Want Hipi.i. I n.il t,P ,.,,!,. wal ,,.ush restinine.l no law will accomplish anything H.-wevPr. Hip trust can I.p saiPly len t tliPinselves to their ow n evils " cure TIIC MA KICKS IX MC.MAXM. The demand fr iHilioad n..K L....I .1... f... . t ... r. hi. i.n.ti ..nice r m. Cameron I Co. pushing thiurs to Mil their out .OKI Manager AaoeiK nas liail no little-tnnilde in MinritiK liemake who would work (.teadily. Thre h -ii pipiiiv ol colored lalr. lint il wa not the kind that would mi,, ti'-s. Finally Manager Nalx-m de.-..t 'I to so out of the slate for tirmakcn and mime lime ago he contra, ii i'h n nuiulM-r of white ticniakers i Mivwmri and last Friday night fo f.iiiiilien arrived on the Po Uf . e went to H i"i--r Saturday. Th v . fiom tlic Miiinn of Mi.HHonrl c; h ha l n f'o lushing oak ! liiili U aiiinw-t lhaU'-K-d !). .1 men i nii-d think lliat the r . paid for makine 'ie in 1hi -mti a all rigl.i CLTTIMS AIiV; MCKLT. The liKle Va!k-r Ikit -wbo had Ii--k Mil frai-tur-1 f-w daya aro. i r ImittmI to t.e aiMTiijK alotit nh--lt- at the Hoi-l lnm. and inijviry at that da tMfc neniiiuc -! the inf'W Ujati'ia itiat fie a rmS4T4 tnrt fit dai.rer. issmi) to mavi: Aki:i'prs'N. .TIM;Mi:I; IU VINO (HI. LANDS. IW Careful What Kin J of xu-v Vmi Sit". 'lilt I'ail) KlllrlplUr liUM II Ul what uipeati In ! koimI uulhiiiliy Ihla Hu-re ik tt iiiies4iituliv of Hid mum thud Oil company in thi louuiy let Ini; in h.n nit- li-iiM'M oti lauds in .It-li-piitoii rouiity iiudcr Willi Ii il i l - lieveil there H oil III piUllIK ipUHlli in k. TIum may not !. Hup. Iui one f Iti (IU in cetlalll. no hup ll"iuhl lea hP Hull oil laiiiU without ci.iisiilliii un I liltorm-y lo hi e that their l ilihls IH i iio,pI ihoIpcIihI. If liu l Ih oil ill JeflPlMOII I'Ollllly. HlH OWIIPIM lf Hip lamlh fliould not inaki' Ipiispm Huh ; will ilehar I Iii-iii from n-nplim wcllllll l.i ueiitli Hip kioiiiuI. Il I i si.ld that leases are asked In coiihlil- . iralloll of Hip divlHlon of Hip piollt.' ill cusp there is liny oil illMcovpreil on ; ll;p laiuls. TIum Im no coiilrtul to prospect for oil. ami mih Ii ii lease would Hp up oil lands liiih-lliiltely. In j ,. j ( v f,, ,e latter plm-e. fad it inltilii he yeiirn hi-forp nnv , ,v.,,. t.y r(. iMiklnK fT t It hur l.roKpeoiInK could la- iIoiip on lands , V,H1K ,)f .r rt.,,t which Ih a K'"'l no IpiikpiI. Just now Hipi'p In much ' ,.,,,. rbiy n - iiImii imikliiK nrtnimi' leiiilon IipIiik iiiii'iicleil lo Hip fad that J nil,nlK tl, mr, hasp a liiri(i tract of iher uooil InillcnHoiiH of oil nn- , i Louisiana, which thi-y will put di-r a vast Hin t of land ill .leffeiHii , ,.xt ypur. mid Hardin roundeR. II would , o .. much i-aslpr for Hip Slandard Oil comminv to kepp lln'W lands from IliH ilevploped Until lo purchase them after oil is iIIhcovpi'piI. The Infor iiM turn wp have, may not hp coitpcI, hut hiiiIi a scheme Ih poHslhle. and this omHil hpi-vp iih ii warniiiK lo land ownetH not to makp linlellnitn leas.T.. SfAKI.KT r-KVKIl IN IIOI'STON. Tho nearh-1 fevpr Is ho had in llo.n Ion Hint 11 Ih pohkIIiIp thai Hip wIioo'.i will have to hp elosi'd. TIip following InlPivii-w with Hr. Ulunt iu Hip Pnf." of Saturday Hounds very niticti UK" HomeHiiUK he I old Hip iditor of Mic Daily KntPiprisp once upon a lime: "I certainly ntlvoculp Hint Hip puiilic scliiiols Ik- closed ami remain so until the prevailing fever Is stamped cif anil nil danger of epidemic is past. It , Is a prPVPiitivi' measui'p ami Is iiVvr Ititely necessary." In leferencl to Hip (jitarant ItiiUK id premises when- contaKlous ilisea'i'. such as kpiu'IpI fpvpr, pxlsts. hp sni.f TIip room or Reel ion of the hotfc where Hip patient Is should he ah'-.u-lutely qnarantini.'il iiRaitiHt. The nurse. or iiurseH, as well as the patieir. should hp couliued lo Hip tdck room cr 1 that tiortioii of (ho premises where tie- patient Is. No cotuinunication shouli' lie had with oilier inenihels of the fam ily or household. AnythitiK necest.a!'V , fiir Hip inmates of Hip sick room should he handed them through the; door. or. if there hp a convenient hall, j could he deposited on a chir or tn'i';: placed convenient ly near lite door. The clothitiK or linen necessary lo the sick room should he washed Sep- . (irately from the washing of othi r nicinhcrs of the family, after first he IliK disinfected. Tliese rPKUlations ."i ' pasy of pxpctilton. ami ii property -a i rled out will .soon stop any furlh r spreail or tin' iltsease. iu cases n u.-ie Hicsp rules are impossihle of execu tion on account of a law family liv- Inn in a small house, or whore Hies ' rules are not rigidly adhered to. th" ntire premises should lie rptartinliti" I. no one lieiiiK allowed Ingress or pbiv- I'he safi'st and surest way hy far Is to absolutely ipiaranl hie nil pr.-in -Ises where scarlet fever exists. Tals does not allow any further spread. and I favor it as anainsl allow inn I' fit in My iiuarantine." KLICCTUIKrRK. Kills all the tnlcrobcs or R'rnis of all nature, and extracts from the blood , all foreiini matter, the'-ebv pIvhiK dis ease no location tn the body. ' It reduces and cures all fever iiiick er than medicine, can act and cures i many of Iheso-ralled "incurables." It is a preventative of disease if useii lirtciilpcntly au.l cannot In any way do harm. For information s to its value, wp have many local and for eign tesiimo i Li Is. ". T. Cibn K t'o.. lri: hyllonse. To hmidi'il tiiiinids of Spanish ." I ;i. 1 tid Just hi civ. d at I nion Mar l.i t Ke.- nihi l ail ty of fish fresh v .s - JIIANO BOX, SURRIEY5, Also Agent for the ii'i.i ii in ivmcneu wagons. Don't Buy H. A JPearl Street. . IALL KINDS OF WHEELS iCCOCCOOCOCCCOOOCCCOOOCOOO uiiil ,5 v7r W ' AVI 8 G. F. P. Which iiih.iiil' lv ili l.rl f. liialf rriimlv rvriflrrl li-r. .rn If tli li Imm-ii ncaiiu' iil a 'd nil. I ili-r.-ix- li fmlMi liwlf iiimiIi l.rrlie ili.uill H"t jli- nmirof l i"J i I- I"i nipiliciiio i luin-lif vrni uiiii" iiiiuc umli; lhiMlll'J.diii.tilil led liV linlie K trliinllf ..f .llrteionf W'Ji'P". uintii r- in. i il nilii r iwukIim Iiiiik Iipum trii-l ami ;r..-n (nilurrt-u. r. r. will not fdil. 1'iii-p. l un per IhiIiIc. rorinlx hv drnin.inrrtlir-r. if kii aiomillcruul imuii li-iiulu di ir uf mill kind. nt lu THI LADIES' HEALTH CLUB. Ctf L. Carstl it Co. Crittnoo. Tnn.. Atklng for any liiforin itlmi lioiit your tickm- am) ym will rrtriv th btat ol adviii tree. Ymir leitrrt will neopvlirti, rrau ami mfit nr WWwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww nrviNij mouic jticH i..Ni. T. M Walker and A. Uuik of Ii-h Moines Hire coin puny lit Terry tlm a tv i (SOINC! TO MANILA. Colonel W. I.. Thompson ipcpIvpiI ii letter this morniiiK from his sou J. W. Thompson, who Ih ii clerk in Hi" adjutant (pupi'iI'm ofllco. Hlntloned nl Atlanta, (ia., stntltiR that lif had heeu ordered to report lo fieneral liwton I ul Manila, and that hp would leave Atlanta for Sail Francisco on Hip atli Instant, passing throunh lleauniont en route. Wheal Thompson. nH Iip Ih commonly called, was ficiiPi'iil Law ton's chief clerk when Hip latter was stationed til Santa Ko New Mexico as inspector Kcneral. TWO .MOUU HOI SKS. Contractor Uenfro 1ms cirnnienc-?.! work on two houses for Vr. A. ,1. I'l'ali-r. on llonham Htj"t, vi-M of th Soutliprn I'ticidc roundhouse one seven I'iMim house and the n:!'M' a fo.il' rooni cottaKP. The cor .;t' the tw.) complete will he ahotlt $JJOfl Mr. Ki'iifro will also complete He loltjy" hp has heen at work on for JacU Cox on Col lege street one d.iv this week. II Is a ni'iit. live room collun'! with larne reception hall, ll.mt il'.id f-a" porches, closets and h.tlli room. A IMtAYKR. liy Lucy ShellU'ld. aged 12. Mav Coil he with aud liless e:-. and do no. let sa.an prevent us from obey- iiiK Cod's coinmandments. hut let say no lo satan ami turn our hack!! to ' him. hut let us open our hearts our love and look up to Cod and .'.u.l say I ".My heavenly Father, I am willimt; to j follow your commandments." 1 1 j i Father, help those who are out of tin ' j nrk of safely to turn before ii is .!, j late. Help them to attend Sunday ; i school and make our shiners all K toti 1 ; Chi-islians. If the sinner would o-ny j 'think what an awful day is con mr f before him he would surely heed v.uv I , Saviour's pleading. Perhaps .vu-.e j Hiink it Is a tire which will end. I;' ! I my dear friends, it is an everlas. 'n.; lire, and the Bible says there is a .ureal lake that separates the c -id I from the bad. but think, my li I- i friends, there will he no mother !' father lo comfort their little one, ap'l think, mother and father, there wid I .bp no Utile ones to kneel and suv I "Now I lay me down to sleep," nnd );.( little voice to call out 'Ooodnlgh' It would he an awful thing to le s' -arati'd forever, fo let us kneel dow ' ami pray for each other and ourselves. , Let us so live that when we come to die we will all meet in that bright Imiuc above. Berwick tain ant. bav ovsters at Hall's Re !M Full n afet s line of Brenner- at l.ederpr'8. ca ken and all on M. V. Carroll at his s tn- ttll'l for cypres htove VIMM ll-l wh k tanra-it. bav ovster at Hall s Kch- That is, wheels on four wheeled vehicles.!! want Un nnhllr L-r-i that I hatP trnnp intn tliA htie'ffV and carriage business and that will nlonco vnn I kPPtl . w j v f CHAPPLK BODY, " IHAKTONS, ROAD AND DKLIVERY WAGONS. I can furnish Job in two days. a Buggy Until You Sec Wc. - PERLSTEIN, G. F. P. o o o () () 8 o 8 8 o o o o o () () () Curti All PiMtMi t Voro. MANY fiiiniiri iin.lrr ll.r iiu ll..l tt,r m.1.I -r I.. Ii. .i. i, ii in .1 i.il i... tit. Lie 4 I..N im lijiiill il Kiifler i ..ii-llilll 1 1 . -lit II l.l. ... .M vmA i'.i.Lb ft vk. t Mt I lllll l anle.l W 11 - Hut I. ll.rl I. L.l. 4 -l ll.il i Iti. e i.i ?.liru ii.- ni.i -y...i.i..ii.. l ! m I r. Hm-ic i: i'i.lni- "l1 I -ril ll.r l.li.ll. .- . li.il. li.ul HI. I l.nx II. h. mm- Ml Id I" " a I-. ..HIM o M 'I'll I'" ' ..i.-.iii. ird ufi'i' H' Iji i'i ) l.l llkl-llllei..llll .till K "I HP Wlillill. l.pi . ! n iJIii f nniiic li. ni.ir.tur tin. i.l.l ill nine rrtt.ri i- ilu- uul Wkitk SliiiJt Imr cmsTirs mite nrtt. ' TIIK UH'K MAHKKT. I KoriiiiT mtlvity iipvuI1m in ml htyli'H uml fcsit slocka ar of Hk'mp pattern lit ImjiIi foivlRn uml ilonn.r:ii-. It in In lit lie ndilPd Hint huyera ha' hi; pri-hslim re(ulrenient In domestic an a I most coinpelled to Hay "any M.d HlllIK will do." HH of poe'le IIcpii-p ill the last, us "new Ih all th K . ' the point IipIiik that with restri-ip i assortment. purchascrH uip nianlfei' Iiik ii l''ss PXactltiK disposition. Ite- ! ii'lptH Hhow furlliPi- marked enlurKP- ment from Iiulslana and kouip few II ii e Invoices from Carolina. Advices from the South note free movement at milling ientei'8. While reeolp?n are In rue the initio of cleaned Ih a cnual pace, ho that markPts rnntinuo firm and wilh especially sharp e maud. At New Orleans prices have further liardPiiPd. The Hltnation should have eased with the lncmnlnK of Carolinn. hut just at the inomeiK there hppiiih to he room for nil posslhle supply and every apparent probability that current values will maintain for some time to come. CubleH and cor respondence from abroad note a most lively interest and large demand iu ull (ptarteiB. In addition to the regular movement, contracts of considerable size have been entered into for (IpIIv ery during Hip coming quarter. To any conservative mind these deals narlake of the character of a "great gamble." iih the outcome in India Ih ! still a most doubtful quantity., hut ' the heavy transfers of stock being ' made from Hiirmah to several of the rice sections practically indicate an almost assured deficit in their respec j live crops. I Talmage, New Orleans, telegraphs ' Louisiana crop movement to date: Re- ''""" roh- 3M-125 sn,'k8: 'f1 T'"' Il7,800 sacks. Sales, cleaned (est.) I "0.140 barrels; last year S8..")00 bar rels. Demand very active. Hough ad- vnnciiiK and correspondingly higher prices must follow in cleaned. Mar ket swept daily. Movement double that of last year to equal date. TalmaRP. Charleston. telegrapln Carolina crop movement to date: Re ceipts, cleaned. 3,535 barrels. Sales. 2.175 barrels. Receipts enlarging quality above the average. Demand active. Prices firm. FIRE AT ROLLOVER. On Friday evening last the kit 1; en and dining room belonging i." j Roadmnsler Kay, at Rollover, bttrued .with all the conteuts. It is suppose I j that the file was due to a defee'lve ; nM( The cook had just started a f and had gone into the house a short distance away, ami when the fire -i discovered it had gained such headway that it was impossible to put It out. and it was with the greatest ditncH'ty thai the dwelling near by was sa ve I. Two hutiiireit pounds of Spanish Mackerel just received at I'nion Mar ket. Evcrv olher variety of fish fresh ili:lly. A bti,;hl hoy Apply at once. is wanted at Hecht's Steady employment. TIIKOt (HI SLKKI'KKS. To the Public: Commencing Octoh"! 1. Hie Port Arthur route will put on a through sleeper between Kansas City and Port Arthur, which will run daily on trains Nos. 1 t.nd 2. .1. C. MOW. Commercial Agent. I have a stock that - Rubber Tires for any Beaumont, Texas X HECHT'S The very latest sensation, direct from tasmon s center in skirt lengths, only exclusive patterns, only oAJ of each shade and style. 50 and 54-Inch Venetian cloths in beautiful plaid efects. the article that is all the rage. IN REVERSIBLES AT 3MS.aO,S6.75, S7 and up to $12 11 BLACK CREPONS FOR SKIRTS. . A beautiful lot of highly blistered designs in, that silk woven spider web effect, and other designs. WE BOAST . Of being the leaders in all new effects. New poplins inPopular shades and exc lusive patterns. n nrrUlS Beaumont, Em tt mk CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS LOST-A "kT f "l". harui. T'liido.- return to ('line, reward. Salvaculo and receive l-ii-lf. WAX'ITU. "VANTFI An elderly lady is anx ious to obtuln employnii'lit in nlee prl viiti family, to assist with the sick aud look after home alTaliH. Can leach voting children If required.. A llnead dresspd to Miss A. M. !.. are of Mrs. Nolan. Lanri'l avenue will he prompt ly responded to. WANTED A position keeper in u small family with hotisehol duties, or dress Miss A. H.. tare W. as hotiH' or to assist nurse. Ad B. Nolan. WANTUT A set of books to keep in the evenings. Address N. 1. this of fice. References given. 9-23-wp WANTED Millinery apprentices. Apply at once at The f'alai'3. "nN'ANTHD Colored man. sober, to n-.ivel no canvassing, moderate sal ary. steady Jon; cnaiue i" 'e"' John Cross. :!5 Dearbon. Chicago. !l-l FOR KKXT. 3. F()lt RENT Large furnished trout room. Apply on corner of Forsyth and Orleans. Mrs. V. S. l.apnnm. y-o FOR RENT Small cottage, Neche river pari;. Apply to Frank Hall. I 9-4-tr I FOR RENT Office room in Gordon's brick building on Pearl street. Apply to I. Gordon, groceryman. -i FOR SALK. FO'SALK A launch; I'.i" feet log and tl feet beam, ley. Apnly to Dump Rid 9-221U FOr'sALK 3 mules, 1 ho'-se, a set or (loume Harness aim horse wagon. Apply at Beaumont Em ployment and information I'uruaii. 8-2 FOR SALE A new or second-hand typewriter. CHEAP, at the Daily En terprise office. PATTKRN HATS ARRIVED. Miss .leauiiette Stentfele announces that her pattern hats have arrived and are ready for inspection by the ladies of IJoaumont. The most attrac live and fashionable designs from the creators of millinery art can be found and they are such that they please he fancy of the most fastidi ous. She requests the ladies to defer their purchases until they have seer, her hats. TIIK PAI.Af'K OPEN'IXC. The I'alace was a brilliant place this morniiiK. Hie is-casion being their annual fall opening, advertised tc take place today and tomorrow. The loom was tastefully arranged and nai throniied with ladies, who came to admire and purchase the latest crea tions in beautiful millinery. The la dies licunn to come early and in such numbers that it was necessary to call in assistance to take care of the rtn d. OI AHAXTKKP INTMHKSTIOX VVKE The following well-known druggists are authorized by the manufacturers of ;rovc' Indigestion and Constipa tion fine t. refund the money In all ra where it fait to core Inditistinn. Ipp-:a. x.rtonsn'ss and Int-omnia matter of hnw long standing. Thi- a fii i:n.'kii -ry. ;md is the only uiT-!.ia lemedr so". I un a tKiitive cii'jr.w. no ii:t. re par. W'r could tint affotd to cie tf i- rtronc gimran ! if we ha f utt prci.-u ly tnal t"; ihat it will do all weilaim f"r It Caii -rt t-r trail. Vr'n-f. ZT. rn' Por a!e ty W . n l:r. ap. I!i',rr'ir. P'-ar-tn"- TV. R fj-w!l t Cn POR AI.K OR HKXT. 1h X-h lln-tw cm 1b en-ri' r of ;-a.ti arjd Pirc?-!!- f-et i f.r -t or Tit to recp'tif ! iidrti IpTiif f C . n'h I'a :::. z '-' k- t New Skirtings i Ml f p tpfjLjC.tTl; j Ufi tj W 1 &J 1 H. k C mak: American Beauties. M 0 mam mm Latest Models. anianMw m KALAMAZOO CORSET CO. SOLE MANUFACTURinS. SOLO BY CORDOVA THE IMPERIAL UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT. Rates S2.00 and $250 oer (lav. Hlegantbaths for Ladies and Gentlemen. Long distance 'phone, Fans, Elec tric Lights and Bells in each room. T0MJ RUSSELL, ATTOJiNEY-AT-LAW, NOTARY and L.AND AGENT Sells Land, Examines Titles, Damage Suit and Divorces. 30 years practice here in ou rts. BEAUMONT KINDERGARTEN AM) SEMINARY, At LiOcupt Orovo, Archm av enue Airs. 1. F. Cox, t'i'inciiKil; Airs. J. T- Hufham. assistr.nl. Fall Term Begins in Sepfp tber. THE BEST TIME TO PAINT Is ill the fall of the year, when the sun is not hot enough to raise blisters, and the paint dries slow ly. If your house needs painting, don't put It off till spring, but paint now and you'll add a year to she life of the paint. Ask us how little It will cost for honest materials honestly put on. ROWOLD BROS. Box V2. TV. .HAVIISM.TV. T. II. McFADDIS t'reafOnl. Vice-Prpaia'pat. ritNK ALVEV.l aehier. iini CF EE4UV0NT im stock nmti fr '" i.h n'l thi T.riu- iirt rilirt i.h n'l thf f.rhf f:l v. r i. W-. K....T.V.. V 'i yi K. I'. , -. ';l-".s I'-. -Pf.l H. i-ir. h. 1. ".Tf nrr p . i. .i.:e..n u B. Hithtnwf jr J KK'S A HK.HTOT m - lu ---'e ttiH reral eoiin HUB UK 1,1 1 m Texas, i Miller & Tuogle, M.inu(.li-tiiriT Ak'HIh and Uealrn. In Electrical Supplies. Wirinirand rrpairinir tit any itrscriplioii. Armiituie wludlujf, ceiling ami desk fans ami electric lumps of all i1cncrlplloin. Fans cleaned, stored ami Insured. oillceom! works In Seitiilno building on Orleans street. Phone No. 73. P. 0. Box 464. iOnlf and l Baihvay aTV uauy passengcrservite BETWEEN BEAUMONT and GALVESTON. "t'JDaiu I.v. Beaumont. Ar. ; I :.l pm :t:iopm " (Julveston. Ar. II.j. hiii Our freight service leaves U:i!'ilna at 7 a. m. and arrives in neuuu.mt sit noon, making all deliveries to o'lr con nections the Bume day. II. S. SI:AN0T.ER, Gen. Sunt.. Galveston, Texas N. BLANCHETTE, Manufacturer of Dry Pressed Brick Orders solicited from auv nart of the stale. Satisfaction ifuaraiiteeil tu inir chasers. liICA UMONT, TkXAS. FOUND- A large envelope con taining orders and meas urements for fifty suils of clothes Was your order in the lot? All Hie newest cloths: a select ed assortment put itt ffether by the best of skilled workmen. . . ... , uuinini sera THE TAILOR, Opposite Bettutnont Iron Works. CHAS. SAJiVIAGGIO, MAKKS TO Oil It Ell BOOTS AND SHOES. All material First-class. Half soles and heels, hand-sewed, $i.oo, tacked 75 cent. First-class work at the.... Gem Barber Shop, on I'ostoffice 8o,uare ANDREW t0LLEDKR JOHN HOLMES TRANSFER All kinds of heavy haulinj,' ilnnor.n short noiiro. Phon? No 47. C. L. NASH. Real Estate. oUice in tOf liert Eri'iK.i-r I'ti'Mmc ro- tbnir fire land f"r ale. 'orrepoii'l-tce aolji -itrd. LONG & DICKINSON, ARCHITECTS. Room 14 Starke Buidinz.