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CSTABUSHCD 1889 1 R. M. MOTHNER, f Tfte Popular s Crockett Street, f W.F. si. McFADDIN Vioo-lraUat. .1 II IIII IK OF iOIL CJPITIl STOCI 1QO.OOQ.00 OTPS M PnQllflOeU PI01118 ITS.000 SuKang drawn on all ths principal eititt of the world Want Advertisements "MWroake a peciaity ot pur ' cream ery butter. It you are laatldloua try Jt .-grainy and aweet. 8. LEDERER. WANTED. Large bodies timber lands, saw mils, tram roads, etc. L. J. Kopke, over Postoffice, Beaumont, Tex. 7-6-ira FOR RENT. At Mrs. Edwards', 1122 Calder avenue, two rooms. One suitable for two gentlemen, the other for single occuoant. References required. 7-0-wp FOR RENT. Two nicely furnished up stair rooms 797 Magnolia ave. y'Q-w FOR RENT. One nicely furnished front room. 1207 Laurel Ave. 7-10-wp FOR SALE. Three Jersey cows, one giving 2 gallons, one 2 1-2 gallons and one 3 1-2 gallons per day; apply to S. B. Smith, back of Reliance. 7-10-tf TEETH FILLED without pain where NERVE QUI-E-TUS is used to kill the nerve. DR. PERKINS, den tist. WESTERN RANCHES. If you have made enough money out of oil to buy a choice ranch see L. J. Kopke, over P. O., he has them in sizes to suit. 7-6-im. JO OIL COMPANIES AND DRILL ERS. Wanted Some one to put down well and furnish everything for an Interest in land and well on Spindle Top Hill. Address T. M., care of Enterprise. 7-10-wp FOR RENT. One large, pleasant front room, southern exposure. Refer ences required. 1012 Calder aveneu. N W. Cor. Magnolia stret. 7-11-wp FOR RENT. Pleasant south room, nicely furnished for genthmen. 1009 Cor. Calder and Magnolia. 7-11-wv. DR. MILES O. PERKINS Dental office, corner Pearl and Fannin Sts.; nigh grade dentistry. FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Board and lodging ?5 per week; 978 College St. 7-15w FOR RENT Furnished room; 915 Forsyth St. W WANTED A few more roomers and boarders; large well ventilated it-ooms, elegantly furnished; board by the day or wer-; 978 College St. 7.15.W FOR RENT. A pleasant room for gentlemen at 1022 Liberty street. En quire at 586 Pearl street. 7-i-3t. WANTED 2 young men with refer ences, to take nice room with board; 1161 Sabine St. 7.15. 3t LOST On road to oil field or on oil field, ome package containing deeds and abstracts. Finder will please re turn to Carl Woests. care Dunlaps drug atom, and receive reward. 7-16-3tp WANTED Any one wanting dress es made, call at 525. corner Franklin -ind Sabine St. 7-17-31 FOX SALE. 1 acre land on R. R- .iveaue. with six-room house with hall and twa gnlleries and stable. Price $2300 ,7 tt L. J. KOPKE FOR SALE Lots 7. 8, 9 and 10 block 13. Vaa Wortner addition, comer Fan win street and R. R- Ave, at $450 00 per lot L, J. KOPKE, 7-17-tf FOR SALE.-Lot 1, 2. 3- 4, 5"d 6 Hock 11, Cartwright addition. Price I30000. per lot. L. JKOPKE. 17-11" WANTED Houses and lots to sell. Ood demand for them now. 7 i7tf L. J Kopke. Ch er Post office. EE SURE TO SEE OUR REM NANT COUNTERS. GOODS AT HALF YALUE. HECHTS. R-4 LJtt'i locals wherein are Vd tie seasonable goal things to eat. JeaJeler. BEAUMONT, TEXAS. FRANK ALVKV Cashier Great Slaughter Sale. Look for cir culars. Flowers' Department Store will sell the remainder of their summer goods at actual cost Everything with out reserve must be closed out before going into market. MADISON SELLS GOOD PIANOS We are wholesale agents tor oleo margarine and therefore In a position to make right prices to close buyers. S. LEDERER. The Enterprise Oil Edition will be the most valuable paper ever Issued in Beaumont. Every one Interested In promoting the progress of our city should send some of the copies away to their friends. At Cost, all our summer goods and a great reduction in other lines at Flowers Department Store. We have just received a new line of Silk Skirts and unlined Goth Skirts. THE LADIES' BAZAAR. BE SURE TO SEE OUR REM NANT COUNTERS. GOODS AT HALF VALUE. HECHTS. . DR. MILES O. PERKINS Dent ist; expert bridge and crown worker; office in the new brick building on South Pearl street. A GENUINE REDUCTION SALE OF LADIES' HOSIERY. GLOVES, HANDKERCHIEFS. VESTS, UN DERWEAR. EMBROIDERIES AND LACES THIS WEEK AT THE EMPORIUM. MILLINERY GREATLY REDUCED AT THE EMPORIUM. . "For your stomach's sake" take Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Cures consti pation, indigestion, all stomach troubles, Sold at all druggists. , MILLINERY GREATLY REDUCED AT THE EMPORIUM. This is ice tea Beason and we are prepared to offer you the choicest pickings; all grades from all tea coun tries at proper prices. S. LEDERER. NATHAN SELLS IT FOR LESS. Watch the great' sacrfiice sale at THE LADIES' BAZAAR. ANGEL FOOD at Buell's Steam Ba kery. Pure new honey In comb and strain ed: fresh from the famous fields of Uvalde, Tex., at S. Lederer's. W. S. Robbins of St. Louis is at the Cordova. REMNANTS OF ALL CLASSES AND GRADES AT HALF VALUE XT " HECHTS. G. W. Boyd of New Orleans Is stop ping at tbe Cordova. Brinp- TOUT Job Printing to the Enter. nrise Office. Good work at reasonable Mr. C. L. Nash left this morning on a short visit to China, this connty, Beaumont. Cycle Works High grade wheels at popular price. A rcil run on tbe new chainless Rambler and Cres cent wheels, fitted with cushion frames. Mala Street, Oppoits M. E. Churcb Beaumont 1 'h- tr1-. Ice Cream Co,. wrr - nr: frtr s rrr tTT. ?' v Msoneti fog AftsorpBon nnicnil r M r Through tbe pores of the skin many poisons art rUI3UU UMllf ,Wbed Into the blood, deranging the circulation nllirl M WW and affection tQe constitution as quickly and rUMSfUN iwWf seriously a those generated within the system, lust nm nnarn'O frf sLf under the skin are innumerable hair-like blood MJMtiUL.n Off Off vessels, and connecting these with the akla ran DDH9C are millions of small tubes or glands, through LEMU AMD UiM& which the poison is conveyed to tbe blood sys nnttrMlnn err During the spring and summer, while POISUUlNBi tTUm tbe skin i. most active and tlw pores well open, we are much more liable to be affected by Poison Oak and Ivy and other dangerous plants. Workers in brass, copper, lead and ainc bave their health Im paired and the blood supply poisoned through tbe absorption of fine particles 01 these tnetals and the acids used in polishing and cleaning them. Inhaling tho fumes of lead give painters that pallid, way appearance of tbe akla. Barber's Itch is another disease that reaches the blood through the skin, and is a moat obstinate one when it becomes firmly fiaed in the system. After tbe poison has reached the blood and been disseminated throughout the system it is too late to resort to local applications. In many cases the blood is affected simultaneously with the appear nee of the rash or eruption on the skin, and all efforts should be directed to the purification and building up of the blood. Ugly eruptions and sores will coutlnus) to break out in spite of salves, washes, soaps or other external treatment. S S. S. is especially recommended for poisons of this character. So com pletely does it destroy the effects of tbe Oak and Ivy that there is no possibility of its reappearance, and it is equally aa efficacious in brass or lead poisoning or Bar ber's Itch ; building up and purifying the blood and driving out of the circulation impurities of every kind, and removing every blemish, sore or eruption from the kin. There is no substitute for S. S. S. : it is the only purely vegetable blood purifier known, and the safest and best in all constitutional or blood diseases. a. .t .uii.iiu na..a.aSa.aa.A Tf .nx Ami ...iiwitl in fnrmfttrft Uur saenioai sonniisuw H-pw.-u - -1 ---- or advice shout your case, write our physicians, explaining your condition, and "- . r. - . 1 .-J.l.a ln. hah h.U. t r tlttt- .dfl-i-Mh ...VHH-h- .. Mb. loev will carciuuy " - - 1 and you will receive a prompt reply. Our physi cians have made a study of blood and skin diseases, and you can bave the benefit of their experience and skill without any cost to you whatever. Don't hesitate to write fully about yourself, aa nothing . I . . .flnn 117a, hail, a mm Sou say roes ueyuuu uui uui. . - - , .. . itexeatinir book on Blood and Skin Diseases, which we will be glad to mail fret, iwenumj iws THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA, OA. H Till IIP! 1 11LIU1I1 llllllll II1ILUU Six Cars Jump the Track Two are Overturned and One Smashed. Ik DEFECTIVE FlSfi PLATE THE GIIU8E No One Hurt and Traffic was Only Delayed a Little While. A finnthnrn Pacific local freight train n " " v. - " was partly wrecked this morning at 6 o'clock in the yards about 300 yards from the depot. Six cars Jumped the track, one was turned over on its side, another tilted up at an angle ,one side being three feet In the air and the wheels of the other Imbedded In the ground, and a third car loaded with lumber, was smashed and the lumber piled up on another track. The freight train, under charge of Con- ductor Johnson, consisted of about thirty cars and was loaded with lum- ber and oil tanks consigned to Beau- mont. The train was from Lake Lake Charles. It pulled Into the sta- tion at 6 o'clock this morning and had reached the point at about 300 yards from the depot, at which place is a switch. The accident was caused by the absence of two bolts from the fish plate, which unites the rails at the switch. The switch engine and two freight cars passed over the track safely, when the rails of the open switch began to spread and next six nara inmnpH Hi a track and nlouKhed J f - along on one rail and on the ties for a distance or about nrty reel wnen two of them turned partly over, and a third was wrecked. The wrecked car was the first to jump the track and ran against a switch engine that was standing on an adjoining track. The switch engine was badly bat tered and was shortly afterward haul ed oft to the roundhouse for repairs CI Via W aC . ' - The engine of the wrecked train was .. . .. a J I . .11 ma only sugnuy aamageu, u - this engine and the three forward cars had passed safely through the switch before the spreading of the rails. Very little damage was done. considering the length of the freight train. The open cars, on which were the oil tanks, were at the end of the train and were not In the least dam- aged. The oil tanks were empty. Thei..,.,! tnem t0 tbe hotel. Two of the wrecking trains were soon on the spot and the work of clearing the train pro ceeded lively. The morning train from New Orleans was delayed a few mo ments In the yard. The engine was Je tacbed and cleared the main line when it pulled Into the depot. No one was hurt in the wreck. A SPLENDID BUSINESS OPPOR TUNITY SNAPPED UP. For a long time Beaumont has lan guished in the need of a real up-to-date confectionery store something daintv and nice, properly located and properly managed and at last the much longed for event is to be consummated Mr. Laurens Block, a bright and popular young business man of NscbeE. M;. has lesed and fitted up tbe corner room of tbe new Threadneed'e build r.g. No 275 Pearl street, where be wifl keep the finest of cand e and confections and d i pense cold drinVs of every ocr-pior from a new wdrm fountain and a'v roffre an4 cSoroVe. A fine l:ne itrnorted c-rar- f-r b male r:'r-rj wil V a n-ia'v- He t.-isV ra. vnrm t -'pn-,T sfw-T B-eals at Bn3 Eaa Bakery. JASPER NEWS NOTES. Jasper, Tex., July 16. Active work began yesterday morning on two (corner of Main and Houston streets. 1 1 ms is me iimi. wiuo , building the burnt district. It has been a matter of concern with our people as to what the fate of Jasper would be after the fire. L. P. Scarborough deserbes the cre dit of having the nerye to build again and to build a brick. Although being put back several years by the loss of a new house and stock, he sets an ex ample to others by his nerve and en ergy and shows his confidence In old Jasper, thus starting the brick house boom which will be followed by oth ers aa fast as brick can be burned. i i-i froma twn atnrv. double , i UC IfllQ .-, v . w w . s.ore building being erected by A. L. Duncan is nearlng completion. This Ia on tne corneT of Main and Travis and was started previous to the Are. j The Je- Davis Rifles are drilling ev- ery day preparatory to attending the gtate encampment. Old Captain Kel- lie jg awfUi proud of his company and the boys are all his own. They paS3 through the city on Thurs- day next ( You people had better keep things not regarding deep water into the mouth of the Neches. I overheard a conversatlon while in your city regard lng the matter and the parties were 8aying jt would never do to let that canal from Port Arthur be cut. The other one 8aid: we will-never let the g0Vernment do It, and these Beau- monters will not do It themselves. I wanted to put In my lip and tell them we.d see about that, but they were strangers to me and I was afraid I'd get jnt0 a scrap. 1 can't help it, but I want t0 sc.rap with anybody who says ,,,i,; Hotrimentnl tn Beaumont. till Liiaiis 1 ' We wjjj soon tjaVe the railroad and then well, you rolks can some up ana take a th in sandy Creek, the best, prettlest and purest water in Texas. Jasper, FAINTED AND WENT BACK. Bargain counter rushes have been compared to mass tackles in football, t . . l .1. A-.,- aiitliAntlatffrl Infltance Ut lilO UlOl tending to substantiate the comparl- ... n . .1 & 80n l8 reportea rrom v-inciunau. dispatch to the St. Louis Clobe-Demo- crat 8ayg. ..jn a bargain sale rush of women at the Knox jo-ccnt store on West yIVo. street today two women fainted, j-0 ag8stance was given them until 8everai men who were standing In tTQxA of the Rand Hotel rushed In and rescuers went out to ask some women In the crowd to come and open their corsages and assist In reviving them. but not a woman would leave me bargain counters. The men went back and revived the women aa best they could. "The women gave their names as Mrs. Susie Ennis. Hopkins street, and Mrs. Poland, East Walnut Hills. Af ter being rerlved Mrs. Ennls went back to tbe store but fainted a second time and was revived with difficulty In the manager's oftce." THERE WIL BE DANCING At the request of a large number of young lad e- and gentlemen tbe manag mmt of the Caledon.an Picnic have de cided tt have a grand ball added ti tbe other amusements. There will be a pn?e I jt the be-4 lady and cmtleman dancer, and a'so a pnre for tbe tund sTinert young la'y nd the rt vonrg man. Fnfe.tor 5to ! arrange 1 nm- iiir tnu'ic e'ec:aj f'r tb:s orca- ffl f))e rrim mt d-"f to rnat !- "1 V a T" Ti Wt iu- d irr '.hi 1 "'e p"; e aid a tioj-rnal cl.aree A n.'y 10 r-ns b .-rH if those ?i V- T: r v " - " I-,'''"Tl'n, MRS. 8NOW8 CLAIM. The Essence of tbe Point at Issue. Reata With the Court. Sherman. Tex., July !. In the Federal court for the eastern district of Txs, Judge Bryant presiding In chambers, the application of Mrs. An nie E. Snow for tbe appointment of a receiver for certatn oil producing lands in and around Bcuumout was re sumed this morning. Mrs. Snow Is the relict of tbe son of the man to whom tbe land In question was patent ed by tbe Republic of Mexico, 66 years ago. She claims a life Interest only In one eighteenth of the tract. There Is no question as to ber Identity, nor that she held tbe relationship to the son and heir to the man to whom the land was pn tented. The principal point to settle Is whether or not, if ber right to life Interest Is established. It will cover a right to her proportionate part of the minerals, Including oil. Mr. W. II. Greer of Beaumont made tbe closing argument for defend ants. Judge R. R. Haielwood of Sher man mude the closing argument for the plaintiff. It Is not likely that a decision will be reached for several days. a COMPLIMENTARY PARTY. A large number of the young socie ty people of the city gathered at the residence of Alderman Ives on For syth street last night to meet Miss Bertha Ives, the handsome and accom- nllshed niece of the hostess. Fine music and delicious refreshments were provided and the guests enjoyed them selves until a late hour, all pronounc ing the affair a great pleasure and success. NEELY WILL HAVE NEW TRIAL. Washington, D. C, July 17. The new trial of Charles Neely, charged with misappropriation of postal funds begins the first of August. Rathbone s trial will follow. Neeley has been In jail in Havana since January. Rath bone is out on bail but Is not allowed to leave Cuba. MILITARY PRISONERS ARRIVE AT ' 'FRISCO. San Francisco, July 17. The trans port Indiana arrived last night from Manila with 188 military prisoners. This Is the largest ' number ever brought from the Philippines. Among them are four murderers sentenced to death. FINLAND'S ARMY TO BE ABOL ISHED. Helslngfors, Finland, July 17. There Is great excitement caused by the issuance of an imperial edict dis solving the separate army of Finland, beginning in 1905, and merging it Into the Russian army. This takes away Finland's last shred of liberty. HEAT BREAKS RECORD IN KAN SAS CITY. Kansas City, July 17. Today is the twenty-sixth consecutive day the mer cury ran above ninety-five and the eighth day the hundred mark has been passed. All records have been broken. MILL AT WELLSVILLE IS IDLE. Wellsvllle, O., July 17. The trusts attempt to open their sheet mill here was a rank failure. Only thirty men could be secured. If men are Imported tomorrow, fights will ensue. INDIANA CORN CROP SAVED. Indianapolis, July 17. Showers throughout the state last night saved the corn crop. El Reno. I. T.. July 17. It Is now believed that 150,000 people will reg ister In the land lottery. The rush con tinues to increase. DISTRICT COURT Tl.o Hytrin Court it stilll occupio 1 with the horse stealing cases and it may require the greater part of to-morrow to dispose of them. MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED Marriage license have been issued to the following parties: Ed. Simmons and Kate Evans. KANSAS CITY NEGROES AR RAIGNED. Kansas City. July 17. 'Bullhead Holland and Joe Roberts, tbe negroes charged with crimlnolly assaulting a white girl were arraigned today. Their arrest caused an Incipient rare war last Friday and aa t tempt was made to take then from tbe jail to lynch them. Today there was not tbe slight et domonstratloa and no eitra gnards were need"d. COIJJEN RULE JONES FINED. Toledo. O.. Jsly 17. "Golden Rule Jon- wo nd IS tbis no am in; 7 Pol ire Jtre Waf Jianbelnier b"raue b inoiauatH that a poor man could rnnt rtt frtk la that court. .Tbe ma ia qa-tioa bad b-n urr--t-4 la tb t4 !an4. Jon paid tbe fin V E.VTH F.Rf6rLC A S T. !.- It' f'H1y tVmiy Wednesday nl 71'tird.y. sv-una Pa-'V rl-iudy Wed-dy i'A lb,'':'It. J-h'.-r m ea-ti p'f- m f.II MACHINISTS' STRIKE DECLARED OFF. Washington. D. C, July IT. At tbe machinists' International head quarters it was admitted this morning that the strike declared on May SO wis for an eight hour day and Is practi cally closed. Most of tbe men returned to work. In many shops the machin ists won and In many others they lost. The strike Is still on In full force on the Pacific roast at the ship building plants, where It will be fought to a finish. IN JAIL FOR THE FIFTIETH TIME. Philadelphia North American. Pitiston. Pa. John Hogan. aged 60 years, went to jail Wednesday for the fiftieth time in three years. He has served more sentences in jail than any other man in Luzerne county, and says he is lonesome when he does not see the warden at the county prison. Hoean has been in jail every Christ mas and New Year's day in the last fif teen years. He has been charged with almost every trivial offense on the law calendar. ' SECRETARY ROOT AT LEAVEN WORTH. Fort Leabenworth, July 17. Secre tary of Wor Root and party arrlbed here today. They were met by Colonel Leek, post commandant, with a troop of the Fourteenth cavalry. The en tire post was under arms to greet tho secretary and a salute of seventeen guns was fired. A 000 YEAR LEASE EXPIRED IN LONDON. ' From a London Letter. The ace of London and the immutable system of affairs is illustrated by the fuct that a 999-year lease expired here the other day and the property was taken possession of by the original les son the chapter of Westminster parish. The lessee was the town, and the proper ty has been in its possession continually since the original lease was made, I do not think such a thing could occur in any other city, but there are said to be several similar leases about to expire, which were made at very near the same time. Another interesting fact is that a bank note for s issued in 1816 was presented for redemption at the Bank of England ' . the other day. It was found among tne possessions of an old lady who died in Wales "and was probably inherited by her from one of her ancestors. MARSHALL FIELD AN UNPROM ISING BOY. Saturday Evening Post. When Marshall Field was in his teens his father decided he would make a mer chant of the boy, and took him to Pitt- field, where he was placed in the store of a family friend. The father returned to Conway and several months passed before he again visited Pittfield to learn what progress his son was making. The keeper of the store received the father of his apprentice very cordially, but hes itated for a moment when he was asked 'How's the boy coming on?" "Hate to say it." was the reply, "but I guess you might as well take him back with you. The fact is. I don't think he's cut out for a merchant." This anecdote is one of the chief tradi tions of Pittsfield and is related witn great relish by men whose recollections cover the period of Mr. Field's boyhood apprenticeship. Mr. field is a plain, retiscent man with out prentension to any fads or special inc of philantronhic interest, and finds his chief recreation in the game of great affairs. One Hundred arid Fifty Thous and bottles of Heptol old ia Texas in six months satisfaction civen in everv instance. I he O - " - , package is elegant, the tatte h ralatable, the price t low una the medicine i effective and will cure Uilioudne8, Vyonstipauon, Indigestion, etc 35 centa per bottle everywhere. K. B. Pierce, the music man, has lately ordered a full Edison Kinetoscope outfit which will furnish the best entertainment of the day, together with a large concert Phonograph. Mr. Pierce intends to give free illustrated entertainments in his store for the benefit of his friends. Watch his advertisement and yon will get the invitation which will appear but once and in this paper only. K. B. PIERCE. FOR RENT. Lunch counter com plete, also four room- with tj cots. Big traffic. Farmer's Place, corner Drleans and Bowie street. 7-7-Jt WANTED A good girl cook. Mut furnish references. Will pay $500 per week. Family of two. Apply at 114 Threadneedle building. Pearl t 7-17 -Jt J. A. Clinkenbard of Bonbsm and J. E. Bak-T of Bt. Lools arrived at tbe Croryif this a ft -moon. W. L. Yorphy. r-bler of tbe Citl National Back, returned tbis nrrnitir from 1ila. bre b went Pa'crdoy.