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THE BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE. 8UNOAV. SEPTEMBER 11. 1904. ... . . t jLmJL . w .t WHEAT MARKET on rail nominal; no loans. Time loans iiiicliauct'il. STOCKS IRREGULAR. IS FEATURELESS, utumn j r Vrr wyyv - - Slew jtLoaes MM. M WW V T ! I V v i Market firm With Considerable Pro- ff Taking by opraors. v. w .V...W Rfiii to There was l.avy i.n.nt laklnii whlrh inovcl UNCERTAINTY AS T0THE6H0W. KtiNkN raiher Irnuulnrly today, al-i NG O STATISTICS THE 2) HioiikIi the undertone was undcnlnlily CAUSE ) M Momclhlng w. kith motet the Ueparlmenl sparse Prr aUr0,Uialu simoe ,o many n,u material. aJ etleel, that the linding ol a ityte la suit each Indwidyal ta.te U ,urpr,.igly simple. -We'd like to have yoa tome I next meet and take a Jook, you'll enjoy teeing all. Ike e eoneeif and whether yon buy or not yon are jutl at welcome. i t 1 firm. Th tendeiiry or many Ishiiih v an lowanl a hlislier level. !iile'd. Ki'veral of Iho iimro artlvo Issue. Af RAID Of miWm REPORT Mich as 1'. H aiecl prererrr-U nan . m, loiiclind new lllull rwords ri.r Ih" l.rcKinl nioveineni. iiiihiih-hh . LIGHT DECLINE IN COTTON PRICES FACTORS WERE LIVERPOOL MAR KET AND A BEARISH VIS IBLE 6UPPLY. rAVORABlE VfATIlIB HAD tfrECI Dejr Are Having art Inning and Pro dittiom, Aro Being Made That a Loer Tone Will be Ob ervrd Nrxl Week. '.'.' J II ' N.-w Oilcans S. .i. I Sm.i (.lion quid. Sales l.25 bales. Including U.S'iu in irrlv'. Ounintioiis :' I'-wr. FlltUICS opened qllicl Hi n decline of I- x.iiii. 'I'"' disappointing HI lit IKll' 'f III-' Liverpool IIIIIIKll. H ,I,k id.illy bearing visible supply state ment iiinl a riiviiral.li' weather map, which. following iimiiy iiaya of worn her. ill.l iii ""l lhu ""'I'""-"' i.r rout iniiiil deterioration that were ,., Ill r Iv. 'l fniiii I In- Iblds. These were among I he bearish fuaturcs hut tlu iiii.kI polciil was thd fart I nit supplies ..r cot I on arc slowly bu lili-ailily ncciiiuuhillng ami Hi" l"" demand Is t at all strong. Ah I was H.c .nl of III.' week. Ircwli ini'l hiK was liiHiinilly reHlilotod liul tin I.. -irH received nun'! encouragement than ili.-v have hml r..r a long lime ,,,, ll(.,cii.MK were rrccly ""ado Hint a lower market would Ik; soon next week. , . del. .her opened 5 points lower iind finally sold down lo !.!!: December opened HI points lower at Ki.ol and dually declined lo !I.!I7. Thr market closed (pil.'l, showing T-L IllKHI'K l.r 12 tO IT. pi.illtH. New Orleans Futures. New Oilcans, Sept. Hi Cotton fii lures Hi raily: September H'lmf October !l.!llffMt2; Novi'inlirr '.t.'MOvW, December !I.!I7Ci!IS; .lamiary W.n.ifffl 01: February W.uiifft 1 1 ; March Ul.M Hi. New Orleans Spots. Now Orlcnns, Kfi.t. 10.-Col Ion wan quiet, steady; sales l.2r.; ordinary 7 :: 1; good ordinary !l 1-Hi: low mid I II -Hi; mid Id 5-Hi; good "'i'l 10 5'8i inlil !alr HI 7-K. Receipts 1.2!Mi; sloeli 22,Sti!i. : New York Cotton. New York, Sept. 1(1 The cotton market opened easy HI. u decline or I! to 7 points In response! lo disnp poinliiiK cables and heller weather I linn looked for In view of yosler iliiy's iireiliellon for rain in the east ern hell: He early map showing gen erally c-l.-itr conilii ions. Lower Wall Klrcc'l brokers bought moderately on the hreak. Itccelpls for Ike day were lull and the bug" estiiiinles lor Monday's movement at Houston aided tho down ward tnoveiiieiil. Ili'ceipls at the ports today 2 1. sV.il bales, imnlnsl 11.100 last week and J;m;n:i Insl year. For the week 17.r,ow bales against l.'il.lil:! last week ii'id I lO. lX;! last vi.:i r Today's receipts at. New Orleans, I.2HU against 2,.r.7 1 last year. New York Statement. New York, Sept. in Cotton, dull; mid 10. '.Ill; gross receipts l..2.ri; stock :ii;i. Total today, and consolidated eel reci'ipls "l.r.r,!!; .'Xorls lo Croat Hrilaiii 2l..r.0; .lapan 1,1 1"; slock 1 1 1 Total since September 1, net re ceipts I TS : exports lo Ureal llrlt ain 7T..S 1 1! : franco R,!M,(i; continent 2S,lsr.; Japan l.loo. U..mtii.r.. rflllwaV WtlK tlM ftHllin' ' . . i.. i.r the railway irroiip in hip niny yrmllliK. l-ater SI. I'a'". I liion i h railway lshiien liecaiim vpry KlnniR ......i,.., Dm list ncllvllv was cniinP'l chlclly Hip minor railway nml Industrial Khnres. Tho i-lnslnc .. mi ti it Hf-Hvp and stroiiK In HP1"' of the ruriher heavy profit lakl itr Total Hiil.-H or homlH wcrp I3..W-M non. Oats Steady but With Llgh . Tra, Ing Increased Hog Rocelpts Helps Prices. London Exehanqe. London. Sepl 0.-:insols tu I u:- do. account SK I, i.r silver, unlet 2 7-K; money I t a I ; Hhorl hllle. 2 12: Ihreo monHis. 2 I 2 n SMC Paris Exehannp. Tarls. Sept. Hi. Thrco per pent rent en Sl8 r SI2 I '1 v 1r ncconnt; px- cl.atipp on London, 2r. r .12 c ror check. LIVE STOCK, Kansas t'lly. Sept 0. "atlle re celpls 10,1100, Inciudlllf? V soiitn-e sleady. , CIioIpp pxport and ilresHeii i.e.. sleers T..00 a ti.oo; fair to irood ! a ,C0; weslcri fed steers .nr. a ....o. slockers and reeilers a ullK'rii sleers 2r.n a 3S: soutnein . . . i -n .1 . cc.ws 2 a .ion ; nniive own ..." n nntlvp heifers 2.(t 8 IS..; hulls 200 a 3.VI; calves 2.r.0 n lion. llos. receipts 3.000; market steauy ton r.f.o; pIkh ami Huhts r.17 t--' n r.r.o. , Hl.ccn. receipts none; nominally steady native lanihs 3!0 n -r.r.r: na tive wetliets ILT, a 100; native owes 3 a -I :tr. ; western minus ism n '". wester., yearlliiKs :iti a 100; western sh-ep :! to a 3lir.; ewes I! a 30, MARINE Po-t n Galvrston. Calveslou, Tex.. Sept. 10.- Arrived (leatncrs: Kclvinlmnk (Hr) Kyiler. Vi-w n.-h-ans: ('.-.Ivesloi (Nor.) liiyile, I'rou'resso; Wiley Slkes. fill'.) I'-i-ckeii. SI. Vincent: San .Jacinto, r.lsk, New York: Monlauk, (Hr) Hii.ii'hlon. HamlmrK. rieari'd stenmers: Alamo. Avery. New York: K A I ha. Quick. New Vork: lla-lin (Nor) t-'alversen. San thiKO de CiiIih; Metcaior, I Nor. I Kai ser. Havana; ('annelina, (Nor.) An ii '"-"n. lliivmi' !Hid (icl aia. S.-iil'-l. steamers: Alamo. Avery, 'o- Yrk: Kl Alha. Quick, New York; ('annelina, 'Nor.) Anderson. Havana and (iiliara; Iris, (Nor) He--A. Tamtilco; .Merealor, (Nor.) Kai ser, Havana. C'IiIciiko. Kept, in.-l'ncerlalnly as lo Im hIiowIiik of 1 1"' Kovernmeiit r pert ri'sirlcteil tradini; in the uraln mai ket imluy. reHiiliitiK In feat lire Iikh market. Decemher wheal rlnxeil ror,l n 1-4 hluhcr: corn 12 to 5-8 closPr; fl.tlil..... . n i o i .1 .....I iii-iii.lulnnu tl r lower. Wheat opened a tride panler on lower rahleH and fontlmieil favor- ah!(t wealluT. Deceinher Ik-Iiik off l f lo I t. Tho ilemand Improved, and commission houses were huycrs. lie- ports of rrosts in North Dakota in- mulil hud some Inlluencp In Htlinii- latliiK purchases. Deceinher went to 108 7-K. Tradini; during the remain der of tho KctiKlon was mainly or an evcniiiK up chnracler. Tho marnoi 'rinsed nini Willi Deceinher 10S 1 a r.K. Mlnneapollfi. ruluth and thlcaso reported cars anaiiist 2!M last week and S02 a year ni?o. riniip iidvaiKis rrom tlio mtt- turlnn crop and a rear that Iho rov-n-nment renorl would he hoarlsh ranseil weakness In corn. Tho mar ket closed rather weak, necomher opened a sliade lower to' a shade liinher sold hetween T.O 1-2 and 013-4 nrd closed at f.l. Iteceipts cars. r,!l contnici. Oats were steady with only UHht tnide. Tho market was tniiuencen lively hv the act ion or corn. Do f'emher opened 1-8 to 1-4 higher, fiol.l hetween 32 1-4 and 32 3-4 anil ciosc. at 12 1-4 a Iteceipts 12.' ears. Fellini; l:y )i traders due to pros pects of Increased hoK receipts was the chlor cause for a small ocrnm- l provisions. Tho tradi'iK was num. .January pork, lard and rihs were all f. c lower.' closinu; at 1217 1-2712 I 1 anil fir..", respectively. Kstitnaled receipts Mondav, wheat 71 cars; com 78; oats l.r.9; h"h's, .12.000. f J. Honunionl. people do not mind spending a tfood amount of money If he well enlcrlaineil. You are Kiiaran teed a firs! class entertainment ill a small jirioo at the Olio. The music at the Olir will mako yen dream "no mortal ovor dared lo dream heforo." Galveston. Halveston, Sept. In. --Spot cotton steady; mid lo I 2: sales 2.IL'7; re ceipts f.,210; st"k 11.1 li. New York Futures and Soots. New oYlk, Sept. 10. Cotlon fll liltes elo'.ed. steady; Seplelldier 1o."S; Oetnlier 10.1.7; Nioeml.er lo.os; Do eeinl.er lo.1l: .lanuai v 1 '. 1 1 ; Kelu u aiv in Hi: March lo.l.i; April H.2i . M.iv Hi"".. S.ni ilos.il .lull: iniddliiiK utilands in.!".; mid nulf II.'.".. Sales none. Th" Rice Market. S. Locke lireaux under New tlr 1. ans date i.r Sent. !l says: Iteceipts or rouuh rice 10.085 sacks. Millers receipts, li.OSli sacks. Sales o: roiiKh rice: Honduras, new Il.otili sacks, milled' 228 sacks; Dotn. 'lapan . . . .sacks. (notations, Hon. new, $1.00 a $2.o0. Jap. JI.'.O a $2.10. Acluat sales: llondutas, new, $1..'.0 a S2..'i0, Dotn. .lap.... Tone of market I lonilmaH eood demand ; Japan lair demand. Clean Rice, Hon. Jap. Head :i a 1 12 2lta278 Slrainhts .. .2 a2 '.' I 1 7 Sa2 1 S Screenings . Ki-S:iI7S I I 2a 1 S-f No. 2 .. .. ..I .".Sal 7. S t12al.VK Actual .Sales . .1 !' -Hia I I! 8 2 12 Sales rep today . .77.1X 111 llrtiii $12 iia$l:S on I'olish $lH.:.i'aS20.oii Maiket. active. The weathi ht- looks li n indii a tions ix.itit for a t;oo, spell or weaili li ss ilamp. I '"H i he in a hurry to thresh your rice until it Is ;:ooil and dry. Liverpool. I.ii rpeol. Sept. I" Collotl Spot ill fair il. ina id; prices uiiehaimed Aiiht' i'-an mid '.7'i The sah's id tile 'lay n-ie '.."i"' hal-s nl which 1'"" were mi t.n i-iilation and export and in cliideil t"" A in. i ieiin. Ileiiipts 1"" iiale all Anieriea'i. Cut urcs o" l" il ra-i and cio- d llie. Ai'i. t ii i'ti n id o f Sepieinl'i r "'; Se,li tlll.l lolMT . N'Oelil.'i t ...II. ..o ellll'.r I hi eli.I.er M7. Ih' -t p. ..ei .laioi.iM "'I'.: .Iairi..r t-el.ru a- M-; KiItuhiv l ir. h .'.I.. March A 1 1 i : Way .I'm.- Mt. Memot'is Cotton 01. Meinphis. Sfpt I". Oil. iar lot", pi i ualloii; I'rime crude 2-'.. "IT crude iiomi'ial: inline summer vellow '.'". 1 1' ji.'i summer V'l'" noiii na!. ilwuif inoklni: summer vellow. les. than ear f 1 It Is Hard To Hold On to your money when you sec our FREE OFFER. Wo arc eivinK you our profit on Kerrlgerators. ir you aro Interested, como quick. Tliey arc going fast. E. L. Wilson Hardware Co ! t I 'ls 21 Meal prime f-'l 21. FINANCIAL. i New VfcrV Encaoj. N. w S. .- 1" "' : tei ! h ie ea ' - -' t ' I s lie; Klta'll." t !: V tl .'.'. t ' l: i in ''iit.t !' i- t7 3v; ; .1 l.i) . n a-i I i li I ' ,v ' ' I'll,. . I " Hl- 1'.,:. d ).. . " 1 .' Jf i e., r '..! ' N : 4. '..,r -.;w r : : k- ' i n-n '.. - . ' 1 ' tTi, l.'.ndk .--iii : ; th ,r" l i C m. Nw Oneat SugAr. New r'eaie Sepi t S.itn iiady; op. II l.et'lc 3 I I I S .1 I . "pen I. ill,. relilrifULal t 1-'. ei li' I ifnra! v hues. I 7 V e i"W ' . a I ': I. s. co. ids. " 't V a I Mela"--"- tn.pi ii ii i iM i k-'ti. 2 ' j, -.. i.t(;ruai 1" a 1". '.fip i "'ii ii. al. CONCERT NEXT WEEK. Mytery 8urrpu"di Entet-ooirnt t? b G'vr" t Park. Lubricating OILS There i ,i ,ri -) " M ii M - -eniiT f" ' i . 1.r '" . r i.fl i ' l I- i- t. t ' nri'i'iii '' . -' '...".-e'l . I,,- ,. :,'i far "f -A ti a Direct from Refinery to Consumer! No Jobber's profit! Wrile for Prices Today! GULF REFINING COMPANY i J. Jin interesting Offer of tfailored Suits: Jlttractivo lOalhing Suits for $1S MADE In tho most liopiilur cut of tho season, tho niatorlal Ih all Wool Cheviot. In hhiok r bluo; tho Coat Is tho new 2! Inch somi nttoil hack, with hox front, iloulilo hrenstod, has collar efroot or hoU trlmmhiKu, rinlHh oil In velvet and fancy braid, new shape sleeves with turn hnck cults; lined throiiRliout with good quality Satin; Skirt ia mado in sovon gora flnro model, with pleated Beams. Special price all next week, or until tho lot of about 20 Suits arc sold out EACH $15.00. 5.00 lOalhing Skirts 1.89 It's tho balance of that lot wo put on silo lat-t Tuesday; wo sold ovor half or thorn and want to close out tho balance Monday, mado of medium weight Motions in the popular flare stylo with woltod scams and tailor stitched bottom; sizes Ii8 to 15, SPECIAL, 12ACH 1.98 $5.00 lOalkinq Skirts at $2.9S Fancy Mlxlnrca Kersey, ami Meltons, all new muilels. mailo In tho most (ipprovcil stylos will, full flaro bottom, several illfferent styles uliotit Tin In tho lot to go for. EACH 2.95 -. rrl i-. W.' 'vh 3M :: -ftXt S&toJK'S SS.OO for a Diatty Suit Goat TllKIUC aro 14 In tho lot. worth from $12.50 to $20.00. Of course they aro last year's garments, but stylos ore very liltlo different from tho Coat Suit of this senson; mado seml-flttod back, velvet collar and reverse, skirt full flare; tho materials aro Cheviot, Granite, Venttlan and Slcolllnn; to clone out, each. 5.00 Slew SUi Petticoats Pretty Rustling Taffeta Silk Petti coats, In a varied assortment or new ideas. Hero are two specimen items for comparison: Ono pretty line which wwill appeal to you for its stylo and price is made or soft Taffeta,, 7 goro model with accordion pleated and ruffle flounce; all the newest shades, EACH 3.95 Another lino is mado or guaranteed Taffeta, has sheered riounce cut on the bias, near silk under ruffle; colors: blue, brown, green, rod and black. This garment has our personal guarantee baclc or it to give perfect satisfaction in every particular, SPECIAL, EACH 4.98 fabrics r lour DZew Jt utumn Sown: stls a nartieular pleasure to call your attention to the beautiful aortmcnt ol 2rcs Sooe wo are showing. i ... Uht collection Is Quite comprehensive even this earlyand the prices well calculated lo make buying brisk, 10e are the Sxcutive Sales Jlgents in Beaumont for the famous Sold Medal fabrics Silks of alt Kinds Silk JDoione IS a Silk and Fabric wo are showing which is very fashionable for eve ning gowns; it's a material that will wa.sh like linen, even tho most deli cate shades; 40 inches wide, colors pearl, gray, slate, now blue, navy, sago, champagne, heliotrope, violet, brown, tan, apple green, red black, and white; we have tho exclusive sale of this material, which sells for A YAKO 1.25 THF Scason'3 loveliest textiles are now ready for your inspection, a dis play in many respects unique and nu usual. Besides those we wero showing dur ing the week, wo have another ship ment of Fancy Taffetas in the most select designs and colorings, at 75c, 85c and A YARD 98i All Silk Crepe de Chine, extra heavy quality, now evening shades, A YARD 89 All tho new ideas in Trimming, such na Chiffon. Applique, in tho most delicate colorings, hands, edging and all over lace to match, fancy net top laces. Crepe de Paris THERE is no material which lunds itself so attractively to the new gowns as this beautiful Silk and Wool Fabric; it has the surface finish of Crepe de Chine, but is far more serviceable; 42 inches wide, shown In sage, red, light blue, champagne, slate and dark brown, cadet blue and black. Mo3t stores ask $1.25 a yard for it; our price is, A YARD 98 Jtutumn hosiery THF well dressed woman of today is just as particular in the selection or her Hosiery as any other portion or her apparel, ror you'll find no Krcater eir mark or refined, good taste that proper Hosiery dainty sl.M'kincs enchant the appearance of a neat pair of shoes, and It Is to those who appreciate flno 1"li,-v. ""Per lor finish and a dainty stylo effect, our showing or Hosiery apr-"1: '" ran see tho new Autumn IHsiBns In ihe corner window Sunday, both in lic,. Lisle and All W1U. from 50 TO 7.50 A PAIR SB'lts tH-mi'iful showin of ra.4iW.ns lat ,dt funrl.. tn l'lt: Wide Crm-hr Mlk Helm. 'ih Urce niili7"i Imck , , ln a ism.-iy nf Autumn clorin .-.-m 1" tle 'he had: price" rn (mm U5 T" 4.50 Slibbons Of Svery 3ue ,11'ST the right shaes to enchant tho beautiful complexion tints of the Hloitdc and Brunette, broad rich Sash and Neck Ribbons in fancy er lects and Scotch plaids, changeable Taffeta, now browns, blues, etc., 2".c to, A YARD 75 Dainty Dteio Sleek wear A rceulnr panorama of new loveli ii.ss curv diy; there Isn't in all Hcaumoiit another more where ynit can find t"h variety of fresh and dainty creations. Kn.m tho dainty Embroidered Tuin imr. a'. 250 To the beautiful IJ-ce Dearthaa priced as liinh as 815.00 1.k in the window and you'll see a rcpn-ceniaMvp Fhowi.ie. Ve ran V" rrr ,'"n prtec 'ci thin tea. Srcry lime there i linen P)f kink ft md prt """ taring prirm. it n-ill lor yon. wren BEAUMONT TEXAS 8m broidery Attrac tions WE do not hesitate to say that qual ity, variety and price considedred, there aro not any showings In the city that compare favorably with ours; a strong and broad claim but we stand ready to convince you. l;y purchasing a lot of over 9,0n0 yards of Embroidery we got the spec ial price concession which enables u8 to sell them at about half their original worth; there are Embroider ies of all widths, from 2 1-2 inches to 12 inches; they are ppriced as they were last week, at 10c. lac, 19c and A YARD 29? Umbrella Special Yonll want an extra on for tho children to carry to school, and h.rfl Is a chance to Rot it at about half, however, of good quality T.lnrU Silk. Steel Frame and Rod. T inches; a variety of pretty handler; $1.25 and values. Special, EACH 790 St pays lo ramble aro ed nr counter and take mdrantae el Ike many opportwnifir hr taring tre offer every day. Chrrr i a lwa a hearty tncl eome and eonrtea- treatment for every one. : s & 3 ! '! I I V I ! V I I i i ! p t t t X 4 SC7 BtE LI)C. NEW ORLEANS. LA. VP T 1 l Vi -s 4 s 4-i 4.S 4 i r'4 4-f-fr f3 S i"tw To-V.. - i'--t v. C e.