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,t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1" to&t " i,Uc imT :Sned 1894. Z'j.S. CORDON & CO. ' T.I,AllAn NO. 8.1. GORDON & CO I Telephone No. 82. -W w w M I I I I I I I I 1 1 I I II 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 BEAUMONT, TEXAS, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1900. VOL. 4. W WVrVW ' The Best Store in Town. 5 Look: to tto FPood "Vou. Seit. ROOS BROS. iJVlVVwVVVVWVwVVVVVWVViViViWVlV BILL INTRODUCED IN THE SENATE TO THAT EFFECT. GERMANS LOST IfflY KILLED. I lie lis: ri Palatable rig 11 2 Vtl Purchasable. i .iiiiifi. S Pt! J. T. GOSSETT, JOS. A. MUSS CO.. I s fci- s-j!3eniicrEcn!. CiociooomjUio. g; L -l l jExitibition Week. 1 r 1 : IiS A set of fine cooking I I ire this net-k only. () 9 Onrat majestic Steel and Malleable Iron Kanu'e at onr store atenils iM-.itintf ol urnnlrra nirco. We will bw roa how to bike hui- now to cook one-balf the I nel ji.o are now every day from November 2h to December given away with each Kantre this week only. W( cuit-. bnwn to-j and bottom in three minutes: T Q r asinir. ant show yon an -article th.it. if properly fa W ir to ladies. Hot Coffee and Uuiscnit nerved i I '?) Ut. Every ladv cordially invited. , V I Simmons Hardware and Mill SuodIv Co, ! j HKVU.MONT. TEXAS. f - ) Jlifrvd AUKERS Weare now showing the largest and best as sortment of Clothing in the city Affred Benja min & Co's. clothing none better. Andrews Predicts European War. Councilman Sentenced to the Penitentiary. 410120 We also carry the best assorted of odd pants, ranging in price from $1.25 to $8. We handle the renowned J.S.BLRIJSI, PHONE 123. French Market. t t GB. 1 :t PlSil. ills, Fil lei, I f 1 Clieese and Rggs. Fe3rl and Bowie Streets. Boauinont. Texas i ( i Always for the Best in the market. Reliable Clothiers Furnishers. aragon ante 00s Bros. R IT PAYS TO BUY THE BEST 1 SAESaiSS?e Sj$SS5i)i) 1 1 mi 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m m n 1 1 n 1 1 8 n 1 1 1 - i " a K B : : a5S5S5S Mjlj 0 al "! (i, b j -t 3 3 2 A tM W IP Hi u "r ' t4 a London, December 4. It is report ed that Marconi is arranging to erect wireless telegraph stations along its route from Great Britain to Australia to enable the voyagers to send and receive messages daily throughout the entire trip. GERMANS LOST TWENTY KILLED Tien Tsin, December 4. It is re ported that four companies of Ger mans, mentioned yesterday as being menaced by the Chinese of Pao Ting Fu, lost twenty killed and many wounded in an engagement with 500 Boxers and that the Germans are in danger of annihilation. The French expedition which went to their relief has not been heard from. FRESBYTERIAN REVISION. Washington, I. C, December 4.--1 he committee appointed by the Prs Lyterian gener-il assembly to consid er the whole matter of a re-statement of the doctrines most surely believed among us, and which are substanti ally embodied in the "Confession if Faith," convened here today and is discussing the matter. The committee is harmonious and will send the ac tion taken to tiro Presbyteries. BUCK'S STEEL RANGE se fi 11- sie.s thtt root;.;; ovens, the white enamel i-h to floors ;iiul shelves so easily c leaned; in short, she notes its convenience and. ca pacity for baking, fryinj? and stewing. DELEGATES LEAVE. Last night Messrs. W. S. Davidson, president of the First National bank; Captain E. I. Kellie of Jasper; Chas. Nash, real estate dealer, Hal Aldridge and Colonel Thompson left for New Orleans to attend the Industrial con vention which convenes in that city today. It is understood that several more will leave tonight, but most of them will depend upon circumstan ces, and it is impossible to tell just what per cent will be able to get off. I. D. Polk remained behind to get some maps drawn up and will leave tonigln.. ANIMALS EXHIBITED. New York, December 4. A grand exhibition of animals will be given at the Waldorf Astoria hotel here this evening under the direction of the as sociate board of women managers of the Mothers' and Babies' hospital, at which many members of the Four Hundred will attend. A neat sum will undoubtedly be realized from this en tertainment. NEW MAIL CONTRACT Brooklyn, N. Y., December 4. Bids will be opened today for carrying tne mails in this city. The present con- All the delegates felt confident that tractor is a Virginian and trouble has some substantial good would result anenoi from the convention tEat would have I AGOODANDgj 1 pcurci.! n oar a (?) examines a BUCK'S STEEL RANGE, he notice the strength of castings; lie observes that inside corners are rounded off as well as outside ones. He hits the lids and inquires as to the weight of the stove; then he pays for it and never regrets the purchase .?) I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ti t 8 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I direct bearing on our future influstri al enterprises and materially aid those already in the course of devel opment. If business will permit Mr, Gustave A. Jahn, president of the At lantic Rice Mililng company, will join the party at Crowley and throw his weight n the balance for Beau mont. a boarding- V ; iY'SV Zk j er. She said if V ife. The only complaint we ever heard Blanke's Coffee made by house keeper. She said Blanke's Coifees were so mndi better that her hoarders drank too much. Even then when you consider that "Faust Blend," Blanke's best mffee, costs less than i ient per cup, it costs little more to have the best than the nri Blanke's other brands of coffee are as good propor tionately as Faust Blend. We keep them. GENERAL FAMILY? 0 SUPPLIES. S. LEDERER. $r Look: to ttio Kood "Votjl JEHcut. 4- PREDICTS EUROPEAN WAR. St. Joseph, Mo., December 4. Chan celior Andrews of the Nebraska Slate University, in an address here last night, said he expected to see a great European war very soon. He declar ed that all that is keeping peace in Europe now is the money power. 9 We Are Plow.... WILL WRESTLE FOR CHAMPION SHIP. Chicago, III., December 4. Paul Pons, the French champion, and John Rooney "Giant Gripman" of Chicago will match a wrestle' here Monday nignt for the Greceo-Roman cham pionship of the world. c) 8 o () 8 o o (1 o 6 occcnying our new quarters and have every- g thing moved so that you nvn inspect our entire J stock without an' trouble. FmiU out for our g monstor stock of HOLIDAY GOODS to ar- J rive in a few days. 5 E. SZAFIR , Beaumont Book 5 to re. COAL AND FREIGHT TRAIN COL LIDE. Brazil, Ind., December 4. A coal train and through freight collided on the Vandalia railroad, near Cleve land, this morning. Both engines aud twenty-eight cars rolled down a 6teep embankment and all traffic is stop ped. O SHOT HIS WIFE AND THEN COM MITTED SUICIDE. Lexington, Ky.t December 4. Bud Salee. after fatally shooting his wife, ravin- killed himself this morning. His RAILROAD MEETING. New York. December 5.- rates will be given a hearing before wife refused to 8ive him a M the presidents of the Western roads in this city today. "ail- 15,000, which she start a saloon. had received, to .( O -Tft- r o o siw A WEDDING IN NEW YORK. New York, December 4. A fashion able wedding in which Mr. James G. Oxnard and Miss Caroline M. Thorn- Prompt attention to repairs; work ton, two well known society folks guaranteed. Perkins Plumbing and were the principals, was celebrated In Supply Co. 4-tf an elabroate manner in this city this afternoon. COUNCILMAN SENTENCED. Indianapolis, Ind., December 4. A new trial was refused Councilman Higgins today and he was sentenced to from two to four years In the pen itentiary. He was convicted of solic iting a bribe. GREAT BARGAliNS ! CHICAGO STORE. In a bis lot of Misfit Clothin-r jut received at the Chicago Store We also hive a bis line of Fine Shoes and Ali Kinds tf Uentn Furnish ing oo1- at the t :! Fresii il : : X1 dt's good for your cow.) OATS-CLIPPED and RECLEAN ED, BRIGHT and SOUND. This is the timo of year to give your horse condition food. We Sell Grant's and Maic Fond. fresh stock just arrived. THE FEDERAL COURT. The following business has been dia posed of in the federal court during the past twenty-four hours: Ernest L. Nail and R. E. Crawford oi ueaumont were granted license to here tod,- i Jiatntc ixw iu me uiiii-eu. quilcs jir- i sions, en -n cuit and District courts for tne East ern district of Texas. Texas and Louisiana Land and Lumber company vs. Mandy Dollins and husband; B. F. Collins on trial before a jury. William S. Opdyke et al. vs. W. A. Martin et al.; leave granted plaintiff MURDERED AND ROBBED. mtrsottrt wfip ttottt .tttr tsts wakeneia, Mass., December 4. j. Farmington, Mi., December 4. The W. Crowell. a prosperous tea metch- Missiuri State Horticultural Society ant- was muraerea ana roouea or began its forty-third annual meeting U&00 in his barn last night. He was be seven bps- shot live times with his own revolver ier 6. A great I which the robbers wrestea rrom nim. ( A DRIVING TIA1E indicates activity and rocreiiliou. Thatliits ua, bo cause we drive things to supply other driver with vehicles. Our cnrrinjroi would 1 bo hinglod out in a jtrocession by their happy union of strength and style. Whatever bears our iiuino will da the owner veteran service. One of our dashiug turnouts i a prize which anyone might covet. variety c culture ii cussed. 6U. D'T : f .a": NOT ON THE TREE Can you put a CABLE PIANO, but that won't detract from the mag nificence of the gift. Come and learn how liberally we treat people who want Pianos. Sheet music, musical instruments, musical supplies of all kinds don't overlook this stock in your holiday buying. $10 worth of music nicely bound in a folio, do cents; just in. K. B. Pierce & Co. iro wn o s-aon B UVJU IIS Store 5 Phone IQ5- 586 Pearl 5treet. IS YOUR 5 M C?i T? Him for High-Grade Try (1 to amend and the case n service. Austro American Stavt company vs. Orange L nv et al.: defendant's d' ruled. Henry A. Harding vs. ryman et al.; continuei without prejudice agains file. Frank C. Gafney vs. eti; continued generally The following bank. were discharged: John A. Downey, H. and E. A. Holland, all Tex. or. n for 'er a- ver- .'ar- 'vice r on ru- ney Ion, v'i:.-JJ. New "i .Tk Richards ried tod; on Gillie ".. Wright '-:- bride's 1 ?.t; in lr0 V ing on horti- !S will hp His. PRESIDENT RECOMMENDS NICAR AGUAN ROUTE. Washington, D. C, December 4. L,Ljg A preliminary report or tne lstnnnan . Mr Walter canal cofmission was sent to congress oton was mar today by the president. It unanimous- Edith Marl- 'v recommends the adoption of the fr and ATra Nicaraguan route. The estimated cost sidence of the $200,540,000. st 34th street. Buy Your Feed During December SCRAMBLING FOR CLAIMS. TO ,VI "R ZEE. tori fjrooKston, Minn., December 4. The Hague, December 4. The lwu luuusaml ijpie joinea mis statue frpnpmi ia cnnsiilprin? a hill in morning in the scramble for claims ! traduced by the cabinet for the drain- in tne North Reservation lands open ing of Zuyder Zee. This country has e1 for entry done so much in dyking that it is not ' staggered by this latest huge proposi- DOLLIVAR SWORN IN. tion to make the dry land appear Washington, D. C, December 4. from under the Zuyder Zee. The en- The senate convened at noon today. gineers figure a great gain to Holland The credentials of Dollivar of Iowa in values when the frugal Dutchmen t0 fiH the vacancy caused by the get a chance to run their plough- death of Gear, were presented and he of us and we know you will remain a customer for 1901. We don't meet prices, we make them. Only one place for Feed. (1 . 1 1D0II CARNI Vork, Littleton Building. 260 Crockett Street. N. IV Photo Ilattotis and Frames for the Holidays. CLEANING UP FOR THE VAL. The city authorities have 1 force of men on the streets cleaning up the pavement and streets for the Carnival. After the spades came the sweepers, who are putting the pavement in better condition than has been seen for some time. Every individual throughout the city can do something toward decorating and straightening things up in a present able shape for the large number of visitors that will be in the city on Thursday. Friday and Saturday. A great many people will no doubt visit the city for the first time and any de fects or lack of public enterprise on the part of any of the citizens will be commented upon. TWENTIETH CENTUR" The Twentieth Century meet Wednesday afternoo ber 5, wiu. Mrs. Tom Cu. Keith's residence, on Cai. Attention is called to th the time of meeting is large this date from Thursday today day. Following is the progrt -Rome! thine imperial br. Never shall rise: What hast thou left thee Thou hast thy skies." shares through the rich soil now cov ered by the waves, without counting the possible finds of rich treasure. to be sworn in. V I'll"" - a uU. i FT? f f f ateu .ve . ecem- rs. ue. mat or es- CONNER CASE CALLED UP. Washington, D. C, December 4. WTELL RE- In the house, after the inn ma I -wna read, Hepburn of Iowa called the case 4. President of Conner of Iowa, who was seriously M'KINLEY'S MESSAGE CEIVED. New York, December McKinley's message sent to congress objected to by Bailey of Texas jester yesterday has been generally com- day mented on favorably by the press of this city. The Sun says it is good and the Journal says that it makes Americans feel proud of their country. .31 C. F. Pannewitz of the Orange Lum ber company of Orange is in the city attending federal court. Quotations; Miscellaneoi mi. . t- t . - w iiie reopie. Manners aun incrnmq of Italy Mrs. Huston. A Roman Carnival Mrs. Hinchee. Veneian Masters of Color Miss Maggie Cooper. Current Events. FOR RENT A Nicely furnished room with fire for single gentleman; inquire cor. Magnolia and Calder; No. 1009. w-12-4- NATHAN SELLS IT FOR LESS. WILL GIVE FILIPINOS SCHOLAR SHIP. New York. December 4. The Co lumbia University has authorized the Unite' . ites government to offer free tie ju .' ve Filipinos. It will be sub .c tc r. sual examinatons and -lit- to any of the schools THIRTY-SEVEN CASES OF FEVER IN HAVANA. Havana, December 4. The fever record remains low. Thirty (seven cases are reported today. N jii ditkm if L ill witi today. D fever Is p :1 . HANGED. ctiQln. 4. The con- ei ' t son, who is ' ve . unchanged .y icvevi . that the POST OFFICE MOVED. Postmaster Bone has been busy to day moving the post otlice V) their new quarters in the Van Wormer and Greeves building on Crockett street. Everything has been put in shape at the new building for the inaugura tion of free delivery, which will take place about the first of January. 1 T.I.KI'IKt N M ), Beaumont Furniture Co., DEALERS IN- iew&SecondHandFurniture Hepairing, Carpet I.ajlg, Pack I iKluZ?.Z Pearl St., next to Stone's Stables. Up to date Plumbing; all work guaranteed. Perkins Plumbing and Supply Co. i-tr 1 lit I'lai . WILL M A lilt V WIT EN' READY Ili.M.tc.i ... Metuehen, N. J., Dec ember 4 -M 8J f 1 bn iul M U nldm.. of til. mui oii'j h' n 1 ' 1 n t'a jor Iliem, iu Is liiiving a little romance of her own wiih us many lm-hli nts in her novels wi s first a 119 that the we.l NATHAN SELLS IT FOR LESS- for the rou fair author! Since then' that the 4 off. This Dr. Vr-j ing pai-f ly takf Kite iii.t- When the npaKci,u.,,t -t was mated iilil have to a1t f the Mory the ' tryhiR to finish. t Kain. d loiiiilo will rtldt nr honiH thut Dr. Truman la pi- I'urlng for hi tilde. urrency l'P to dute IMuniblnf; all work raraiit.,.d. IVrkltm riuml.tni nt SlMMy Vt. 4-tf I" your fuinlly Trlday and Bat ur,ly of the Carnival and nM 11.. ... ... IklPH has denh-d ari 1 I, 1""'" to l a.irvrxt 1T tn tht, other high contract 8 of ,,,e Kpltiil church, in tb ,the wedding win ,urej b"ildi"K f'n,.,y tN-rupM tti P"t flis month. In Uilg d" v.- una de- NATHAN SEL1.S IT fOR V ' "