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Mum l "Uxuin K.mo-. 10 Matt er w i nu Month Tin' port hub Of MWI Mnm rioin Baeurabal row) voMw k ih Heitiiiuuiil 1kIki Ix MOD printed in ili entire laau,.. A rHiV "r ""' """ Knt. i in Iw. one of "u ( klekera. wlo Iiiim rend ibe y Hii nil uiiuiiuik run hi tuut Poll ,nU-ni tn iIiIn i in Iiuh reieiv- I liii.ii net Ion iii "nil mill news items front Beaumont, vary pertinent- l -iikk Hi'.- follow lu: "No one lilnme iii' I'oxi for ii Hqiiiii)- ileal It In fraud 1 hut We illljl'l l to. 'NeWK Itanw' from Bttuunonti puiiiuheii ia ill Hi'- Post's edit lona, In nut objx tloMbta; local items our dally paper urn rIm- iih. a ipactal adltlon ol i ia I'ohI for lliiiniiM.iii however, Ih o . iioxIimib." The editor" ol tba Newton county itiToni iiiiiiiiiiiiri s iii advance r Dm aanoaaoaaiaata or oandldataa for ol Boa, ihin this year, if they wlab any puffs iii connection with their mi nouncamenta, tbey win have to write It (hentaolvcD and -1-n their nunies to It We are plaaaad to hoi- sucb i itatemeni (touting from auch ;i aouroa, an ii presages IiIkIh'i plane 'if Jour" nullum for the country newapaper, Tin' custom of saying something Dice aboul each candidate in order to make tin- public think thai tiny are really fitted for the poaitlon they aeok the varies! mi. and doea not fool anybody, fifty per cenl of the candi lad's throughout the Pulled Btatea .in' not worthy of the Nattering notlc aa tbey get when they announce, and the nlii faahloned puff is u farce. It is a degradation to the editor who writes it. unless he honestly belietes whal he is writing, and In ninety pur l ent iii the caaeti one puff will lit n hundred candldatea. It the newspa pers of the country will stop auch nonsense und treal an announcement iik tbey 'In the advertlaomenl of n merchant they will Increase their owu self reaped and be much inure res pected by the patrons "i their uquat It la time fnv i'otmVv- w,.w.i"'rK to aaaorl their Independence of party politicians and when they do It, the Dfofesslou will be mure respectable and profitable. WOMEN WHO WORK. ai. i.ui i. Mo . Ave i i PI..H, i, aaly is rtete sM I .Srrati r sat nam, iiiil fnuala lru.il.n-. lo fr !' Mirllia I K"t tO li-'l I 10 M'Ol ttl.lk I l '" iii uiiuiirl iuvrir. ami in.ii'l u'l fl.,i.la 'K1' arleaS dortoi l ui """ b..iiir ' wis ' I 'm, In I unit thai until' nu- ' 'i Btlr, Hay' HOW urd w.erll lulll.-. INO "' " 1 iiuilhri u-i-ii ih.- Win lur i k lag! ' I UM tag grcMtiy relieves. MI-.M M Id, MltT W I I -II faff M I i hi i A Mmv eirS iiui wnten linJ It ntcn irj to atrn their own living in vari.ins kinds rd rrorkiymctit. rhrlt work ii oftan so hard and confio im; nut the health breaks down, rhdr dtUcata const tutlona an i itttM f.,r reiorni tasks, WeaJuwsi ncirb alus nuke, it.. upgtnilM In the Meulbvlv deltatte womanly organs. Constant tumdtng pn tiu- fm, and coming and going ittbf btckol t wrtttowm duces t dling ol ih.- vtomb. leucorrrsrH htadaclH! ind backache, ns) pay .,1 women workers Is otten s toriously imstl that when NCkmn ornies the hava no ntoney t" engage killmi idiysicians. iii'" wme til (".irJin ii truly ,l I'lcvsmi;. It L ADIfS ADVtSOat OIMSiatST. fui ii.ltli', in mw rriiiitue ' ll dlriHlunt. .Mi", ii,. li v nyii'l'',:", ltl..' '.l...rt M-i-'i. hiflB-TftS t JIHIII ll ..... Ii;niun'.,'l. .. irw.li cures iii -m ol their ills at snull i-.,i, ,uul tliev cm ;ut us their own phvsicfatns. No doctor can do as much for "feimie troubles" Wins "i CftrfluL Druggists sell Large Bottles for $1.00 Hi S0M15 NOTABLE SI'RAKKHS, The following Interoatlng paper hj Miss 01 ea W'iess. wns reml ul the lust meeting of the Twentieth Oenturj (tub. . "The Hrsi shall be lusi und the lus1 first,' nntl sn i is when we begin oui skoteh of notable speakers, with tic lion. Thomas B, Reed. Bui we can mil resist this Conspicuous heme III the beginning, In Btrength of chnr acter and Independence no other speaker can compare with him. He inaugurated n new era in leglsla i on. He secured a conaentratlon ( power In the House hlthcito un known, ii will leave its Impression mi many n future congress, it noi only destroyed the Individual obstruc tor bul prevented organiaed ililms leriiiK. Whatever hum be said con cerning his policy, it was practically adopted by his political opponenta when In. power, and it seems to have commended itself to the people al large. i deed's personality is peculiarly Im presaive. It made itself felt long be fore be became (speaker. He achieved the leaderabip of his party on the. ilnor with out Recking ii II waa an absolute speakerahtp, domlnatina by I lie sheet force Of intelleel He lunl mi rivals. Mis remarkable phyalqae, facial eipreaaion, qualatoeaa of lin -ieei and grim terseness tit argnaaenl were narmnalod klaaoat nacoat- loiisiy he aatvratejd his apeeeatea with aarcaam, and than araa pun gaaoy iiImiih his ratacta tatal saved I im froea many I ilireet assault Ma Mandated with the smartest men of ''III parties ami was an muni v. rout reader to this a memory nniis- ualty rataative and n haaaaat un'i inilniKe iiiisni pass.-.l. Im. keil b a Irue ), .rliiiuieut.il instint t. :tnl the se. ret .. hta aMreeaa is raeaaaad His s. ii . oiitiiieie haa aaa beeat an niiilpot lani iptalily in his liaille for . .,e.t,. Hr. It. e, .,s I'H'l tslllIK tie Ill" I of lii opponent. Mini Uitf every .. k ihiIiii In 'In it ainiot: lie " js ajaargaaai uuir iiiiti hThUs ,e mi the r'piil.ti, nil sitV of the Home. h. hatl a b.yal ft- lata - isioai atthaaara al MMhV kftard tn tin- aaara intnti av .-..- lit tie til mil'-- of the sprak'-' front hit tltttles Mr. H-1 -.III .1 I C with rr-il-l anil Ml iMgtt ..UMP tftearee pno.rl'lal I'iriSalM' the nkfiatfl " "' ma1'- in t-iritt "n Wtv M fnin i "t IHiif-h. T litt le aaHgwl ' t-inh a ""f""' haj aagk tlx- Moow' H'hfn h hart hi - Mi Kt-t .lr.- fr."" Iil "-" 1 u4 r4 'tM as from nu answer to .Mr. Springer's .1 1 gument Closing the book, ho sain ipiote from u speech made by tho gentleman from Illinois in the Pifi.v fourth congress.' Mr. Springer ail mltted It: explained thai he had exer ise.i the privilege of an America.! thai nf ehiinglng his mind; spoke of. this being an age "i progress ami thui the limes lunl changed, and more t the sal Heel. Closing with. I Mini, I rather he rit;lil than bp pfeSldeilt." "Ifa-a-B," drawled Mr, Beed, with ijUSllll twinkle in his eye. "Well, you will never be either." Un.-e there was a committee on rules consist lug of Iteeii McKlulcy, Jr., und Cameron, rep., ami mount ami Mc Millan, dei .-rats, It I, McKinlej anil Cnmei'on being n majority of the' committee, always met in the speak-1 er's loom alone ami drew up the spec- 1 ial nrAem. I I'1' Houtw uvul ,,.1 noon. At live minutes boforo 12 they would send for Ihc mlnorltj members and record their votes. This procedure , und many like methods caused Indig- ! nation among many of the members, j and it (Ioob seem scarcely fair to tho minority, bul t iiov Baved the country millions of dollars ami changed the condition of Ihe House from cllllos lo oriler. mnking it possible to trnnsacl biislneBs tvtthoul being hindered bj dilatory motions and other nf the ml- ' norlly methods of delay. The good Bt I'-asi overbalanoea the ovll, We eannol think of Thomas B. U I with-' Intl- t Im 11 wrl- 1 rulv "noth- nfter Reed's Blbell own: out being lemiti leil Ilia Iiik sueceeds like Bucceaa." If we may be permitted an though! u.e will give Mr. views on Woman's Rights thov are mil in accord with mil "The equal rights of women," ho Bays, "have hut just reached the region of possibilities. Men have jusl left off sniennn ami have mil inst uegtttl to consider 11 needs im prophetic vis ion to see how cheap will appeal Hie stock avmiiueiits for the subjection 01 women w hen shone upon by the light of trial Kverj step of progress from the harem and the veil to free society uni property holding haa been stead lly fougbl by the vanity, aelflshneaa and Inaolence, noi only of mankind lull of womankind also." in direct contrast to it 1 is Jatnet Blaine, one of the weakest cbarae rs who ever held the speakership He had no convictions, and we may tatague hint as an oppoitunisl He itteaopted to obtain Hie aoaalaatl m tor Hie mesiileiiex 111 .ii. inn on a.- eoual of there lieinn .pleslioll of his iierson.il and oMctal integrity, he failed, ii was alhgsad thai as aaaakat of the House be had used bis paw.1 in fa tear af rertala Ifaaaani ndtfaa-H fittm whleh be had retelvttl vast uin of SaaSMy. stm-k- and lauids as . o"i llellS'lllon Wllelllel or noi these DC .-,ntlons were true, lias In tel ipei. known llul ihe (Wf siiftl. left pr. v. Ill Ins i.-..itiMt; tie nominal ion lor tin lee-idom t lllam, was known is tie I'luiu.-.! Knichi H twi ni Hi. soiibHtiuet 1 Idlftilotls for a Mtli1i.i:tn from Itolwt i; lnc-r l lui inti.lti . .1 hiii, a- nihil '' lie ( in im.all . ilit '-fli 1011 HI- lite .111 litlhiti t;i' lo iMt-ntiM' ireM n'. ! he tli.-l woleMil he. Hit it tulflH'l NatM was a hv hmil'ia . .til.-., ku. HuihiiImI llainlm ikn'j-'- had ti' t' t IkffaSi a tin" elas tuol ln a. ti.tiei'il wild hitH If lli'.v IrktH !. to tiMi 'it.i ff-, H... ggJaTfl in tlw fiN.nort t towti and CT.ti tii.. ! with li -lfitaii !, l- III' Wmk! 'fca' . ' II t 1. I- is manners were affable, familiar and rordlnl. ai converaatlon he was viva ions ami good-humored, rather than witty. He liked to "Jolly" his males, bul was domestic, rather convivial, in his bablta, Ills ehief mistakes." says on ler. "cuittc from a desire for money, which he wanted, noi for itself, but for the power ii brings." He was lib eral In his way of life, hut mil osten tatious. Ho Btudied the arts of the politician assiduously: the recognition of Important men seldom seen: small personal attentions to rustics, and was a most Inveterate advertiser. He hail a great nose for majorities, was n good guesser, and Instinctively look the popular side of open questions, since as was said before- he was mil n man of convictions. Next to Reed. John Cr, Carlisle is I lie stroilgeal man who has ever sat in the speaker's ehair. Time. hOWOV it. prevents an individual "write up" of nils of the others, and we can bul just mention Ihe most interesting. fiietB concerning f'.'om In a brief sum m.iry, I'he flrsl speaker was T. A. Mnhl- II burg of Pennnylvi ula. It was frtim Jonathan's Trumbull thai the United siaies received the name. Brot.ner Jonntban," which stands tor this country as "John Bull" does for Eng land, Washington placed greal reli ance in J. T. and frequently referred matters to him, saying, "Lei us hear w hat 'Bro Jonathan' has to say." Six speakers are now living, among them Carlisle and Reed, who are still imminent, fourteen speakers served ill more thu one congress ami six in more than two. Henry Clay served Iii six and Andrew Stevenson in four. Kentucky and Virginia are tied for ii si place as producing more speak ers. Many of the speakers have been graduates of Ihe Univetrnity of Vir ginia, Nearly every speaker has aspired to be president bul the speaker's chair is the doom of the presidential aspir ant Henry Clay and James 0. Blaine were mini ilia led lor the presidency. "I ItMagM I S'NM -'r.-r B Aitale.- Oacet th" aa detent lalaga that can Bap pen te a t. et uw la lei Ml halo such .1 drptl of 'I. -M..,i, Il-'eiiti n IP WaBa al Mtni.aui.il wfAr - -itnttiiK 1 h;it hc ' .i' l-'tr I t 1 . ' uMM til, . torn 1 .tinl llfaM 11' vol Ii Mi Ud . All I MM RtM l;t 111." 4N . IMslll lit m H tl. ,t' sayflr, v. hit Ii w.iih! Ikvmiu- IT tli.tl C'tii'i h.iM v heal thrwd kll i l:.mt Ml k 1 h.ttl ttfld ti.tM'1- .lit1 it 1 tin! nuii t'tltt r lunl Mst in I M tnitttt pii- sj itit n i ti MMM r' ' -iitMUa.' ticatnti nt M1 tn ti. VMM1. 1 h.Hl la wk-bsjj MM 'M'ltvM I llul with . Mini lt K l'i tvr. ol I N dJ .1. n 1 Ibrd my 9ynp tl.tll. tw N i 1 x1.1 l tttllt1V AM- 1 a,rr-l hv Wile ( it.) ttt 1 tie a ir -t ..ti ' XV- ftian rtt'ti H bWjbVMM t mm M 1 ! I ! ttt .lri t' Km Jilt Ii I h 'Tltme l li f ! ti-1 Hi- an llaMvIji Ik imi t ll 1-! l4 ll' I K l T. Ilniiiii ihe vouiiKetit Ihp.'ukei h'lins ,ui li'-ii ehxted H j wuk nu active Mst'SblnnUl and after- ... : 1 1 mm s.Mlt'laiV of '. in Ihe . tlllfedelttle novel llluelll. John (i. Carlisle may he aahl 10 be ih. paft iBtelllgeut speaker. Henry ("lay Hie Kicutcat orator a lit! patriot und 1r11.nl si. 11. niu,.ii and Thouias U. Heetl the areuteal steaker aa 11 purll i atantariast The present spralier Mi llemleison is ih.. Krai man rroa west of the mi siMHlppl river. CLASSIFIED ADVKRTISEMcNTS WANTKIt KOIt HUNT Slable und barn. Pan aeoommodata live or u head. Apply corner Kan 11 In and Orleans si nets M-tl UANTBD A tluss in book-keepinc I offer to the VounK ladles and you UK men of iieaumoni an opportunity lo learn bookltoeln ami general prin ciples of oil) work ill a reasonably short time mid at a minimum cost For particulars please address me. I). II. Caluies. Ilox 100, Iieaumoni. WANTBD To buy second hand furniture, Boaumonl PnrloaHy shop. l-LM If WANTI01) :! I'liiniHhetl Itooins for IlKltt house keeping. Apply ol this offlca M if WANTED --Two rooms down town furnished, or one unfurnished ami one furnished, Addreas Misses Bowera, Park House. '.'-s-iw KOR SAUl'.. FOR SALE Split cypress posts. T. Kopae, 1008 Liberty avenue. -0-6. FOR RENT New modern two-story 1 1 ck store. Elegant stone nrch frt.ni Large plate Klass show v.'lndows on pavnd street; r.Ttrnlly loc.tttd, Apply i" V. W'iess. Lock Box, :!7.S. 5-m FOR RENT A Flfree room dwelling house and a small store room, ln rpill'e at the Chicago Store. 2-lfi-ll SP'iClAl. NOTICES. AN NOI Nf'EMENTS. A fee nf live dollars, payable in ad ranee, is elm rued for announcements for ciiy olBcca in the Dally Enterprise, except for aldermen, for which $2.50 will be charged. Under no circum stances will any commtnt, favorable or otherwise, be offered by the Daily Enterprise, concerning the candidacy of any one announces: in these col umns. Mayor D. P. Wheat authorizes 11a to announce his candidacy for re I., Hon as mayor of Beaumont at the coming city election on April ;. e are authorized to announce the name of It D. Simonlon. Jr., as 1 candidate for re-election as City Treasurer of Beaumonl at th" elec tion to he held April I hereb) announce my caudldacj for re-election to tho office of City Attorney at the coming election to hehf on April 8, V. It BLAIN. 'e ure authorised to announce the name of Turn Hies as a candidate for city attorney at the election to he In Id on April :t. 1 announce myself as a candidate for re-election to the Office of City Tax Assessor and Collector. VM. I'. BUTTON. Wc are authorised to announce Wm. a. Langham, as a condldate for re election to the office of city marshal of Beaumont, at the coming city elec tion in April. We are authorized to announce the mine of Has Landry as .1 candidate for city marshal of the city of Heau mont at the cily atSKkM to he held here in April. wr. iii HKRM in stay Rnlarp'd work . life sl.-. with six Inch frame only I:'.". New Oullery. rian. belt - aea brieh BarfMtast, Peaii itn'et 1-' I'tiM'in Wacon ajtein for Ihe Mil" heil Wliv don 1 ton net till of lh.it HACK ma oonoM? a ;s-eet itti- si ' X-l Daafth Cure ill relieve yen TKI.KPHOXK RKMOVAL MOTICB. Hi and af'ei tin l.'.th of Keliriiary. it ibe BaVf of iIk East Tei.as Tel , .b,.i mp.nit ill I- in ihe offl' " I th. tagaaaWSU KUfttieal Suptly iiminnt V tMH.nHKRti. HECHT'S... Early Spring Novelties. New silk Foulards, printed and plain, in all the latest pop ular shades come in exclusive patterns. New Silk, Zephyr and Mercerized Ginghams, entirely new in shades, in exclusive patterns. Plaids and stripes. New white goods, entirely new, soft and dainty as silk. White Paris Mouselene. very Sheer. White Paris Muslin, very Sheer. White Paris Mouselene De soil. Sheer. These goods are entirely new a..d have taken the place of white organdies. New Chiffon Applic.uos, Nets, Garnitures. Galloons, Bands, Taffela .Silks and All Over embroideries. HECHT'S. . .. ... . I. .1. .1, a. .tl .t. A, vt V -4 .C'.'-K try Cut Price 4 Ladies' FELT SLIPPERS very Itttly knowa Uml "JJolsyeW Fell Slippers mo the best, We have :i Cv lefl frem our holidtty t mde; will cl so litem out. I s-'.iiii Slippers at $1.65 Ml s.-,o Slippers al $1.20 Ml s .110 Shoes tit 80c. Hat n'i 't all sixes but may bave yours. Better come und see. . j I Co. al4MT Wiring Houses for Electric Bells. nixl telephones keeps us pretty busy, but we will at tent to all m dors in wire factories, houses, stores or mills, or tit them up with art; or incandesconl lighting prompl f ly and with scientific skill. All wir ing is guaranteed, and work of litis baractnr can no) be excelled b' r anyone or compete in prices with 'IV- 'if miru I 'ni'iiwiioniloneO snlicilrd. j'.vv. 1 I nf J Millar V Tiioola Clontrinal Tnain'rc ItllilCI Qt I UggIG, LIUUIMUni Llllli 10 Telephone 78. I AT E. DEUTSER'S. Latest Arrivals!! Wood and Coal. PHONE 105. J, Bain Price. New shades Spring Ginghams, Mad ras Cloths, Piques, Dimities, Cross-bars, Nainsooks, India Linens, etc. LADIES, call and get first selection. E. DEUTSER Reliable One-Price Store. FRESH- PAINT... will Improve tha appearance of your liouse one hundred fold. Let us tell you BOH little we will eharge to pal "D two costa of lioa . st paint. Tate kln.l ilmi wW Is ROWOLD BROS. Painters ami Paper Manors. Fine photographs. i in. Nt:w rtmtti MAI LKKV tu ItUin.liitl'- in" "ii S .-; t i t I arM not l oj . ii uiilil S.iliir.llt .laim.i: v o. i ,.t. r af tin.- phalli it aaowerett i",ri.-.' akMsM araM au.i seat aajr saaaaale Stiutbcrn Phot.. ISWI Piitt"" C C. L. NASH, Real Estate. Ottn MM II Waifce building , "),.,', . i i, lanl for s"1' , ,,.M,n,lelif wiiii-im. I t ThfiKfi is a Timf a aaV w m aj v a i .M Everything, mui junt uu in tho time v are making' retliM' ed prloefl on all our furniture on liautl. in make room for our new tootls. !' ,rt kefj ,k BJ h a tats. -md ii'l ian ff aSnajT. a tmlt Haiti a an.l n-a.iaa.mi l.aaajB I rvaajafai- . M in sir4b- a4 (lte rtaatal'l an'i BaMatB), Free iti..h..t. v ih w ttti. k l.iiiHin. I.ar1 atrwi These Goods Must Be Sold Hence you may expect bargains in every depart ment. 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