Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, September 23, 1904 Page: 2 of 4
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“I have the honor to report,” says
our court reporter, '“that I have noth-
ing to report today from court, the
proceedings being short and of an'un-
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is in a condition that is not
to be envied. Never has she
hen so harassed and never has she
been so stubborn. Her emperor since
Senor Diaz, secretary of agriculture
of Cuba, Is on tala way to pay a visit to
this part of Texas. He will undoubt-
edly be welcomed in a way that will
sustain our reputation for warm hos-
pitality. * ‘
Important to Subscribers.
Tribune subscribers served, by car-
rier will confer a great favor on the
publisher by promptly reporting by
phone any failure of a carrier to de-
liver the paper, giving the name of the
delinquent boy, This will enable us
to correct the annoyance, and take
measures to prevent a recurrence of It.
The nomination of Judge Herrick
as the democratic candidate for gov-
ernor of New York seems to have met
the approval of all elements of the par-
ty in the state. Even the New York
Sun, which Is supporting Booseve’t
for president, advises republicans to
vote for Herrick and demolish Odell
and the republican party oiganizatiou
which he dominates by defeating his
candidate for governor, FrpikW. His
That is interesting asA matter of his-
ORANQE, TEXAS, SEPT. 23, 1904. tory aad we take tfeir word for It.
THE HARVESTER’S RETURN.
The sun has set, the evening come,
TKesdetails of the day now sum
Into a whole, a rounded past,
Atid I may wend me home at last.
The tool I used, the gathered load,
I bear me o’er the darkening road,
But there J’ll lay them at the door
And enter in and rest once more.
—Carolyn I* Fiedler.
Now our neighbors who are there,
At the Fair,
WUl soon be coming back
To put us home folk on the rack
By telling to us
All the wonders of the show,
Till we’ll simply, don’t you know,
Have to pack’our grips and go
To St. Louis!
Old residents of Orangrfsay that the
present spell of hot wester U unpar-
alleled by any they renrfmtwf to have
seen swoop down upon ye place at this
time of year for thirty/years or more.
Blit how many old/residents of Or-
ange were making fe same remark a
yeas ago now? A/d what 11 you bet
that some old Asldents of Orange
won’t be saying tp very same thing a
year from now?
We had our
time, but too^
gave credit t|
prise for soi
terday in th
roubts about it at the
he chances on it, and
the Beaumont Enter-
details we used yes-
'account of the Port Ar-
whicb the Beaumont pa
a special to it from
It now appears that the
the birth of his heir appears to bq in
a belligerent mood and Is determined
to push the war at no matter what
coat in men and material. He refuses
to be dominated by his advisers as in
the past and will have no man near
him in council* who is so strong that
he naturally carries greater weight
than the czar himself, who is accept-
ed at home and Abroad as not of a
His persistence in putting at the
head of his disaffected provinces the
men most obnoxious to the people to
be ruled, as in Poland and Finland, is
not having any, quieting effect, and
the impossibility of the armies of the
czar making headway againrt the
Japs in Monchuria, with the practical
loss of the fleet in the far east dis-
turbs the whole empire and adds to
the general and natural uneasiness of
It is reported that Russia is pre-
paring an Immense army to come
down upon Manchuria and swallow
up the Japanese root and branch, but
Russia, with her enormous mouth
has done little In the swallowing way
that is satisfactory, and Japan is in-
creasing the numbers of her soldiers
on the soil of Manchuria so rapidly
that every week sees her better pre-
pared to meet the onslaught of any
numbers that Russia can put into the
Port Arthur is slaughtering horses
These uncertainties in the east are
only echded in the uncertainties In
interior Russia, where'the. evp spirit
of discontent grows daily and the
clamor for the ending of the war rises
almost to a roar. To add to the diffi-
culties and distress of Russia, China,
seems to be ready to Join hands with
Japan and no doubt is already giving
her maeerial aid in secret, although
this is denied officially by the Japan-
ese government. N
Thus on the" close of the,, summer
campaign It looks squally for Russia
all around the board. She Is going to
put apdther army of 190,000 in Man-
churia This winter, she says. If so,
it will be met' by an army of superior
numbers from Japan in the spring.
That little country is not half way
through this war yet, so she aays.
She has hundreds of thousands of
men she can put into the field to met
Russia. It is a war that is going to
last more than another year, if it lasts
until Japan Is whipped.
TONSORIAL PARLOR# __
For District Judge.
We are authorized to announce the
candidacy of HON. W. B. POWELL of
Jasper as a candidate for the office of
District Judge at the forthcoming Nd-
CONTRACTORS AND SUPPLIES
•f.THE HOLLAND BARBER SHOP
A Is the Finest aud Most Popular f
4. in the city. Only First-class 4*
4* workmen employed. Excellent 4*
4* hath rooma in connection; hot 4.
4* and cold tub and shower baths. 4»
4, In Holland Hotel. 4*
4. FRANK WEBER, Proprietor. 4*
•HH* 4-H» 4-H* •H~h *H-fr *H"fr
S. M. DEPWE,
LIVERY AND TRANSFER.
Leading Building Contractor.
Employs Largs Crew of Men.
Expert Building Mover,
Repair Work of all kind*.
Old Phone 174; New 100.
No. 6 "Badger” ...
No. 4, "Oriole” ....
No. 8 .............
...... 10:45 p.m.
So. 7 ............
No. 3, "Oriole" .....
No. 9 ...........
A place where gasoline stoves, cook
stoves and pumps can be repaired
WRICK! & SON
"special" frs the Port Arthur News
story of tf‘ catastrophe, printed Tues-
day eveong- We hereby apologize to
the New/ and pldee the credit where
It is du|
tvl EXCURSION RATES.
The grateful cool wave accompany-
ing the rain that included Orange in
Its path this afternoon made life
worth living once again. May it have
oome to stay.
at i\ Pai
National Irrigation congress
>, Texas, November 15-18;
ir round trip, on sale N<5-
If Judge Wheat of Jefferson county
cannot use better arguments against
his opponent than those he has advanc-
ed through his organ at Beajw,*‘ -are
imber 1011 and; limit November 22.
Fair ad Carnival at San Angelo,
Texas, O ober 17 to 20; convention
excursion ates on sale October 11 to
■ InternJonal Peace congress at
Boston, lass., October 3-7; one and
one thirefare, certificate plan.
for food and depending in large meas
ure upon the Chinese junks which run
the blockade for the provisions need
ed by her garrison. This, with the re-
sort to sorties by the garrison, indi-
cates that the starving out process of
the Japs is having Its effect.
What 6t. Petersburg knows of the
situation leads her to believe that no
heavy battle is to be fought near Muk-
den, and this can only mean that the
Russians are going to retreat farther
north, at least as far as Tie Pass.i
some forty miles north of Mukden, j
This Is erne of the most formidable j
natural defenses that block the road
to Harbin, and it may be that with
the difficulty of continuing active
field operations much longer in that,
northern cMmate the Japs will not be
able to make any farther advance to-
ward Harbin than Mukden for the:
All is uncertainty, for the Japanese
shield all their movements from ob-
servation, and it is impossible to dls j
cover anything from them until it is
Orange and Northwestern.
No 2 leaves Orange at 7:30
arrives at Buna at 9:45 a. m.
No. 1 leaves Buna at 4:00 p. m
rives at Orange at 6:15 p. m.
A Combination Shop
Sheet Metal Work and Sanitary
Plumbing. New stock, new
men, new ideas—mechanical and
sanitary work. Work guaranteed.
Your patronage solicited.
Wright 5 Son
New Phone 4S0, Division St.
Opposite Holland HoteL
C. LCWIi WILiON,
Office Roam 24, Rein Bldg, Orange
356 Pine 8t., Beaumont, Teetas.
Eastin £ Starks,
J. H. BLAND,
Livery, Feed and Transfer.
Baggage solicited on train. Black-
smithing and repair work. Horse-
shoeing a Specialty. Phone 138.
DR. A. R. SHOLARS.
Phones: Office 60 and 18; Rea. 22.
Residence, College and Henderaon.
Office Hours: D to il; 2 to 6.
Office Over R. B. Gores s Drug Store.
DR. F. W. LAWSON -
Office, Gorce’s Drug Store. ;
PHONES, OFFICE 1*| RES. 4M. ®
Suite 62.63 Unk Building.
iVcw PHONE no.
A. G. PEARCE, M. D.
Hrwson's Drag Store
( 8 ie 16 e. m. „ t lea.
I 2 to 4 n>.
WORLDS FAIR ROOTE
DR. T. F. COYLE,
OVER R. B. GOREE’S
We Are Ready for Business
New Goods have been coming in every day for the past two weeks, and
now we are equipped with a first-class stock of Dependable Merchandise
which we Jake pleasure to display for your inspection.
None but good reliable merchandise will be shown. All goods must
have the stamp of perfection in every detail and will be sold strictly on
merits of the article. Prices,will be as low as clean, new and reliable goods
can be sold at. We claim to have an advantage in our facilities for buying
J. D. BUTLER, ri. D.
Hewson’t Drug Store.
3 to 5 p. m Office phone No. 195
8 to 10 a. m. Ret. phone No. 9.
W. B. SIMMONS,
Office upstairs in Sabine Building,
corner Front and Fifth St*., Orange,
Texas. New Phone: Office, 174; res-
idence, 172. Lady always in attendance
♦ ADAMS & HUGGINS,
: Attorneys At Law,
Link Building, Orange, Tex.
LOCAL AND LONG
Service$ Ike East. Tell* Ike Ckeenest
W. J. WINGATE.
Office at Court
Robertson & Bruce,
goods, also as we have a claim of Six Stores and can buy in round lots
Swhich alone makes« saving of at least TEN per cent. But aside from all
'iis. We want your trade on Strictly Business principles. We do not expect
[>u to trade with us because you like us, but because you like our goods.
prices, our manner
iw large or small, that does not suit or
cheerfully refund your money.
of doing business, and any purchase, no matter
is not as represented, we will
OurstockJs large and complete, including everything in the Dry
and Clothing line, from the popular priced up to the finest made,
departments, and prices always the lowest, quality of goods considered.
You are co.rdially asked to give us a look-over. No trouble to show goods.
Plenty of efficient and experienced salespeople to wait on you. And all
courtesy must be Extended to you whether you purchase or not. Every-
thing omitted in our stock that you may want can be furnished in a very
short time by our resident buyer in New York.
We are here to stay and believe Orange is a £rand little city to do business
in. And we will do it if it can be done in a legitimante business manner, viz:
One Price to All
No Goods Misrepresented
Id Not Satisfactory money cheerfully refunded, MfHAT
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NEW FA8T TRAINS TO ST. LOUIS.
MOBILE A OHIO LIMITED
Leaves New Orleans 7:30 p. m., arrive
in St. Louis 5:52 next afternoon.
ST. LOUIS EXPRESS ,
Leaves New Orleans 9:10 a. m., arrive
la St Loots 8:45 next morntnp
Through Sleeper* New Orleans, to
SL Louis—Superb Dining Car Service
on all trains, meal* a la caste, ilbraagr
Stopovers allowed at SL Lraia on
Ticket Office, 229 St Charles, cor.
her Qravler, opp. Foetal and Western
Union Telegraph Companies.
Phone Main 3639-L.
Phone Main 3639-L., New Orleans,
La. V. B. GUBDRY.,
District P A,
WINES AND LIQUORS.
MON CL A,
FOREIGN AND DOMC3WIC
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Telephone orders solicited. Prompt
Delivery. Front Strict, opposite
Depot. New Phone Ml.
Rooms 28 and 21, Rein Building
• New Phene No. M
ORANGE, - TEXAS
Holland a Holland*
T ' W
s^m£gi£s s£is£bs^s d^ssjss^ss|^
4> GENERAL REPAIR SHOP. 4.
4> Trunks, Umbrellas, 4.
4. Hack and Buggy Cushions, 4.
4> Upholstering. 4.
+ Boots, Shoes, Awnings, Etc. 4*
4* Corner Fourth and Maip Streets. 4.
4>v> N .O. REYNOLDS, 4.
■1-M-H-H-MI || limn
REAL ESTATE BROKERS.
To Northern and
Eastern Summer Resorts
A.M. He STARK, C.E.
and Rental Agent
Office at Ceert Mease. New Neat J8S
Orange Ship Yard
The Louisville 4b Nash villa afford*
the Fastest Time and Finest Service
from New Orleans and Memphis to
ail the noted Bummer Resorts In the
East and North. Tickets will be on
sale after Jim* 1st at very low rate#
to Niagara Falls, Mammoth Cave,
Put-in Bay, OM Point Comfort. Wau-
kesha, St. Paul and Minneapolis,
preach Lick, Petoekey, Oconomowac,
Mountain Park, and to the Mountain
Resorts In Tennessee and Kentucky,
tickets being limited for return until
October- 31, 1904 The Louisville A
Nashville operates Double Daily trains
out of New Orleans and Memphi*
all resorts mentioned,
REPAIRING. BUILDING AND
GENERAL BOAT WORK.
WM. Snoad, Proprietor.
We Invite Our Friends to Call.
Smooth Fox Terriers
Tint Cm ke eetm ky swriatacal.
THE SABINE KENNELS.
New Phone 400. F. J, Dearborn, Mgr.
For rates, t
W. D. BETTIS,
Office it till Bldg.. Qraage, Texts
LA N D
OWL* Is Mud «*M.
Pine aad Han
Lands aad deaira-
Prices and Terns
Chas. M. Rein
City Lots and Acreage
IUm Bids. Oran**, T*«.
J. W. UNK
rrMSMKry.'jm . -c*ij
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Dickensheets, Charles D. Orange Daily Tribune. (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 26, Ed. 1 Friday, September 23, 1904, newspaper, September 23, 1904; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth641748/m1/2/: accessed October 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.