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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 20 January 1899

VOL. 2 HEAU.MONT, TEXAS, FJIIDAY, .IAXUAKY 20 189U. NO 213 t We are the People For Whiskies. TRY A BOTTLE OF LiiuoSrs Old Seth Wakefield! Tim I'vHt niul lliii'nt ItriinilH hi WliUkcvx, importi'il nml io. iiu'Hiia Wlut'K nml l.iiiori (tlm inot i'oiiiili'ii Murk In Hit Sintc) now rt'Aily to Im wiliI nt ihu Imvot il union iicilili. WIiIkUK'n, liriiiiilifit hihI t'r.vKiiilll.id lim-k nm! Ityu mid IV sell ami lloiify for mi'illcliiiil purpiiM1 In Murk, Cumo oiio niul nil lo tliu (VIMiruUtil llci-r Hullo tiinl Ken tucky Whiskey loiot, oiiukIIo ioUllli'i'. ' f rromt ottoullon on till until order. TKLKI'NONK ftftftft'ftft fr ' H. HIRSCH, Prop. OI'KV 1.VY AM) NKillT. 1 1- We Mae a Specialty of Buck's Stoves and Ranges, but we sell everything in hard ware and mill supplies. We also have a line of first-class i 11 HIS. The NEW ENGLAND QUEEN Sewing Machine is as good as any made. Don't purchase a sewing machine until you have examined the merits of the New England Queen Hardware Company. 4i D I...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 20 January 1899

VoTci i.7Tl M:h. Wi,,r liiiksr .. M hm. S tutor ir r i.f lliU my U i" tiolui-.l h bill I i-nuit i'l'" l iiii.I oiler miutWom Ii4viiu tU lij.it l' liiilt' iit ilmuuiri I't iipoii iiii.I jHi hhiin.f -r.'' i l Niitih'lit r''l' i""-'l 1 1 '"'"'!-' lit.ltit.ou iin lit" nt "f !' Hwanl f I'i" cnuiniiH ii..oii.lc.l l niiriixo mii-I uh.t hii.I tli .1. 1'OKil i. f money hiillli i-iit v r fiiliiM ensU iiii.I mi)' I I'ti-' i"' ! '" ',,' Hut my I" -fj Aci-imlin;,' t tin- l'.ni eoir. t- n li nt of tin- i l j;i 'li. f" r.v'1' ii. iiniiUitoiy ul I'litriKix, outhi.li Pari, IIuti- li'iK j"t I'"" 'liH"''-1' e.l to SI. IVtH-lmitf ii h.Ii u.lil iroluum ln'ryrle 1 " voilu relic. Tin- l nl. r is ihli i'll f'i tin- i.in viUli. nii.l liialiKitliHf H' (JiiimI Puke Mirlmeluvileli. will moiiiil tlm ti irycln aii.l ilo the Meer iiitf or iiluliiit;. Tlio nmrliini) uml tlm cur uro ornuiiifiitctl with hiker iiii.I ivory knoln, IiiiiuIIch unci ruilH. Knsiii F. II. AiiiHworlli of tin navy lias hocn onlon.'il to the ...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 20 January 1899

:;3 C00OaQO3G000C00CeQG0DCO ims(ixai. mention. O o o o o o o o SPECIAL In ladies' silk waists 31 0 Q sampio waists, pleated, tucked J and corded effects, elegantly made up, worth fully $7.50 to $10, our cut price only $4.50, $4.95 and $5.50. REHNANTS of hiG grade rib bons at half our regular prices and less; only a limited quantity on hand. Get here early if you want some of these plums. Q O O IT PAYS TO BUY AT NATHAN'S ass, o o o o o ooooooooooooooeooooooooooo At the Counter Racket Store, 5c for a basket fie for a lump burner 5c for any size chimney. uc for 3 thimbles Cc for a day book fic for a bottle- of machine oil fic for a coffee cannister fie for a knife and fork tray 5c for two cob pipes 5c for a big cup and saucer 5c for a iiotato masher 5c for a milk pan 5c for a large skimmer 5c for a curry comb 5c for a box of potted ham 5c for two pieces toilet soap 5c for a pmnd of assorted tacks 5c for i cards of hooks and eyes 10c for a set of water glasses 10c for a syrup pitcher 10...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 20 January 1899

Cut DRicns ()N QHOES. Mil ""?? f tf tf Mtl JTf f TTf YTT Our present stock of shoos must move to make room for spring goods. While there is no old stock in our store we are deter mined none shall accumulate. Therefore we have marked down prices from 10 to 40 per cent It will pay you to buy shoes at our store, if you have to save them for future use .1, .i. .1. .. Hi. a ft Hiir'li Art a- ft :k if if -Jf ft ft ft ft Mi Hi nery 5 Low Prices Is tin; leader at my store fur tli present. Also remember tliat my China anil arl goods cannot bo equalled in tli! city. Very lw prices on all id thorn. flIMlc. 3canncttc Stcnoclc.ix lS(eu) Year NEW PRIGES Even part of shoes going at half price. Ladies Shoes. HI) pairs ladies' carpet slippers, now 'J."ic, were l."'. 5;t pair ladies' II point slippers, now A-W-, were 7 He-. "Jl'.t pair lace and bullon. patent tip, now 7.rc, were !? I. pair ladies' ' point slippers, now "Tie, were Si. lis pair ladies' button, patent tip, now $1, were l.tT. 71 pair lad...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 23 January 1899

) VOL 2 HKAUMOXT, TEXAS, MONDAY, JANTAKY 2:t ifiili). JO) 215 ( i 1 I We are the People $ For Whiskies. TRY A BOTTLE OF uqnue0srs Old Seth Wakefield! Tliu lent mill llia'xt linuils or wiilnkf, inioru'ii ttit.t mi. liit'Htio WIiium ninl l.liiiorH (tlio most complcto xtoi k In tliu State) uiiw n-ntly to Im nolil ill tliu lowest lluro (losslNe. Whli-kU'H, liruiulli'R ninl rrjslalllwil liock nin! ami l'l-at-h uiiil Honey for ini'ilU'liiiil iiii'HHfH In stock. Coma onu ninl all to tliu lVI:luiitii llicr Hullo anj Kill tucky Vlilnkey J)rt, oipollo otolll(.u. Prompt attuutlou on all mail orders. TKLKI'XOXK H. HIRSCH, Prop. CII'ICN ll.VY AXI MUHTi ' We Male a Specialty of Buck's Stoves and Ranges, but we sell everything in hard ware and mill supplies. We also have a line of first-class i The NEW ENGLAND QUEEN. Sewing Machine is as good as any made. Don't purchase a sewing machine until you have examined the merits of the New England Queen , etc us. ra Hardware Company. fi IS. pan c h n nn i...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 23 January 1899

Che Daily Entavavv. MUM' I- MM-Ut. imikn .1 IIIAI Kditr ,.riu tk .'IK U.iXIII v ij wuihm .( tiiuini'li". ft t eutury lm IrfH-'Mltu miMwidt? .umis. attained by ylfinatic ir riuiioii nf aril land ly iu-uitl inj tliu water mil mmw-iih-Ii ! intlio rainy m-hi, mi'l deltwr hit,' tit water where u nl u wed si hu example hu Ihmii M lowed, villi -rli!i' irnntor mic rev., in varinu method-. ! ! t -l fur irriiratiiur ' Us ' ' 1'"' l",r vest have Ih golden "'"I aini'l nut A Vil.VMMI ltl(ls Ncc Vmk J.mrin!. The mMlii-M Ijii-yilf in lli'' world has j'i-1 lini-l""! '. i'nii fjirtmy in Vienna. It will "...sl half ii million ?.'ul'l"ii. which U a liltl" ii'"i'llii J7.i.m ii l. Tin utvni'i' i- a ri li Smith African diamond Ifinj.' aii.l initio owner, who will ri'M iit tlm iiiiiihino l liis wife on her next hirthday. Tlm fiaiuit iilmm cot 1,MK deli, ihkI at the last Vicinia cxm sitiuii it whs admired ly thous ands. Thin Sunt Ii African nnhnh was so hlrnck with tlm exquisite licantyof t ho wheel that h...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 23 January 1899

OCOO00G0GO0GOVvvvvvvwwvve&3CCG0OOOO PERSONAL MHNTIOX. o o o o o o o o ( o o o o o o GRAND Goods delivered free to any part of thQ City o Clearing Sale Until Feb. ist. WE ARE NOT IN THE "CARRYING OVER" BUSINESS, AND WANTCASH IN PLACE OF WINTER STOCK. WE WANT ROOM FOR OUR SPRING STOCK. NOTE THE REDUC TIONS g- g- g q today. o o o o o o o o o o o 8 .1. A. Nteinenberg U in tho city Underwear, Men's and Ladies' -5 dozen ladies' Jersey ribbed vests with long sleeves, our former price 12c, clearing sale price 7c, or 4 for L'.'ic. "10 dozen ladies' union suits, lleece lined, our former price uOe, clearing sale price ilsc, L for 75c. 10 doz.cn ladies' wool tilling Jersey ribbed vests, our former price fillc, clearing sale price ilHc, 2 for 7")c. 1) dozen infants' all wool vests, our former price 45 and 50c, clearing sale price 35c, ii for 1. MEN'S Men's all wool Gastonborry underwear, shirts and drawers, all sizes, our former price 1, now 75c. 23 dozen gray merino undershirts and draw ers...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 23 January 1899

Cu r D'cns till Jpftftttttt Our present stock of shoes must move to make room for spring goods. While there is no old stock in our store wo are deter mined none shall accumulate. Therefore wo have marked down f prices from io to 40 per cent It will pay you to buy shoes at our store, if you have to save them for future use A A T i o-1 1 j M iII in eryJ Low Prices Is the leader ut my store Tor tlio present. Also remember that my China and art goods cannot he equalled in tin city. Very low prices on all of them. flDUc. 3canncttc Stcnoclc.- ft : 4. . t". .- -r lcu) Year AND. Even part of shoes going at half price. Ladies Shoes. HO pairs ladies' carpet slippers, now rc, were -I'm. ; pair ladies' ;t point slippers, now brc, were 7.re. L'U'.I pair lace and button. patent tip, now 7.re, were !f 1. '.Id pair ladies' I! point slippers, now 75c, were $1. KM pair ladies' button, patent lip, now $1, were SI.LT. 71 pair ladies' lace patent, tip, now $1. l"i, wore l.fi). Ill pair ladies' button, p...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 25 January 1899

twit 13 . K nmm I KKAUMOXT, TEXAS, WKHXESDAY, .lAXlttKY 25 1899. NO 217 VOL. 2 O & & tr & & & & " & S We are the People For Whiskies, TRY A BOTTLE OF ftquors Old Seth Wakefield! Tlio l-oul nml ilitfHt limiKlMuf W liIUf.vi. ImpniU'il uinl lo incNtlu Wliii-N nul MiiorK (iliu ino-l coml-u (.lock in I In stall') now rwuly to lu Hold nt ilm loivi-ii Huuivh nitilil. WhUkli'x, ISiiiiitlli-n itml r Nlallli .1 Itut-k urn! H.vu iiml IVhcIi ami Honey (or lueilii-iiiiil u i iiim-h In Mock. I'uino uuu nml all to tin- I'cli'liratiMl Iti it IIhIIv Mini Ken tucky Vlilkiy l)cmt, opposite iohli)illcc. 4 H. HIRSCH, Prop. OI'i:S HAY AXJ NIOIIT. Prompt attention on all until order. TKLKI'NOXK We AlaKe a Specialty of Buck's Stoves ana nenges, but we sell everything in hard ware and mill supplies. Ve also have a line of first-class i 11 Cfl The NEW ENGLAND QUEEN Sewing Machine is as good as any made. Don't purchase a sewing machine until you have examined the merits of the New ...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 25 January 1899

Ct?c Dnilp CntciTv.o;. M HIT I.. UIXI.HI '..Jit..r IU 111 40 iHM ...I I M MoS III The im MV' t i"V'riiT Si.V or, u ynopi of which l'ul' IMiiHlill the 1U1LV K.Mfclil'KIK yohtt-nluy I'Vi-liinv'. '" -Ium-.I Willi tilO IUt Ull0 KtutO JlM-'f theyeiir. (i.iV iniT Suyer Im tt very lii'in f'ii .ti"ii f neecUof tlistutouud hi- iuesa;.'c fllOIlM HHIVilH'O tllU IIILMllHT'f llio K'ihluttiM' tliut if tlu y ny out his MiL'i.Mii.ns in the main th..y will hiivo M i ved their stitut-nls faithfully- A 'l l ii hti- Iii k'P I clutcH. I hat n freight tfiii on whj- l Vi.iii.a lacvnlly iiH-t with a flight we 'h M, in roiiTiii nee -t "'i,'l' " ol biniidy in nil-of II.-"! l-nk. In a Kl."il I'"'" i "' 'lllln, i" of IVhtian.k mi i ll Hpot with cup and gUsHC. mid wh' a "fl r few hniiia tin pt'heii arrived f'"' 11 neighboring t"w" ""' llm" hundtud uml fifty persona who found drunk. Tour of them afterward died from tint ( ffcctH of tin- debauch. Huron Lionel Natlian le Untli sehihl, tin-' uncle and father in law...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 25 January 1899

n O00999d9QO009WWWvtWV-C''&JS0800009 vuusoxal sikxtion. 1 GRAND rxra. .ueann 8 O O 3 O O o o Unt 1 Fe bale bo w E ARE NOT IN THE "CARRYING OVER" BUSINESS, AND WANT CASH IN PLACE OF WINTER STOCK. WE WANT ROOM FOR OUR SPRING STOCK. NOTE THE REDUC TIONS . $. 4& . BIG BARGAINS In Ladies' Shirt Waists and Capes. At 50c, 2 dozen dark outing waists, regular $1 waists. At 95c, 3 dozen neat dark out ing waists, made with a ruffled front, ; regular price $1.75. At $1.25, 5 dozen all wool tri cot waists, all colors, trimmed with narrow braid. At $4.95 high grade stylish silk waists regular price, $7.50. At $5.50, 3 dozen fine sill: waists, tucked, corded and pleated. All the new color combinations.most ly samples, worth $7.50 to$IO. $3.00 plush capes at $1.95. $3.50 cloth capes at $2.00. $5.50 plush capes at $3.95. $7.00 plush capes at $4.95. $9.00 plush capes at $5.25. Special black taffeta silk waists with 30 tucks in front and and the back trimmed with a row of tucks. A bargain at $...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 25 January 1899

0 ft ft ' ft ft ft ft ft ft ft CUT DR'CfiS III! Jptfftftlt? OuKpresent stock of shoes must move to make room for spnnq goods. While there is no old stock in our store we are deter mined none shall accumulate. Therefore we havo marked down prices from io to 40 per cent It will pay you to buy shoes at our store, if you have to save them for future use Hia'H Art i M i 1 i iieryJ Low Prices Is the lender at iny store for the present. Also remember that my China ami ai t goods cannot bo iu:ilU(t in the city. Very low ju ices on all of iliein. flMlc. 3canncttc Stcnoclc. ?? ;v.v"iv". ' S(eu) Year AN'IJ n pis. Even part of shoes going at half price. Ladies Shoes. 80 pairs ladies' carpel slippers, now Si'ic, were l."c. fi;t pair ladies' ;i point slippers, now lc, were ""(. L'li'.l pair lace and ltit Ion. palenl tip, now Vac, were $1. !( p.nr ladies' ;! p ini slippers, now 7."ic, were wi . ;s pair ladies' button, palenl tip, now Sl, were l.JTi. 71 pair ladies" laee palenl lip, now 1. 1.'i, we...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 28 January 1899

Si 1 VOL 2 KKAUMOXT, TKXAS, KATTKDAY, .lANTAIiV 2U III!)!!. NO 250 grip 0 . rrniiiit at trillion uii jj till mull ordiTH. TW.KI'NONK 1 1 T. OI'KX l.V AX1 MU1IT. H, HIRSCH, Prop. OI'KS 1.Y AMI MOHT. HENTS 1? v. v i if- .V:. V-. ft 4 y. v- -v of all kinds is the order of the day with the rice farmers, and we have them. We have just received two car loads of plows and farm im- "plements, and have all kinds of rice machinery, including rice seeders and drills We have another carload of buggies on the way When you want anything in hardware be sure to consult the Hardware Company. Rubber live bur 1 gies and gentle s$ ft To bo delivered to any part of the city at reasonable rates. driving horses at. W. A. LANG HAM'S Best of Care given lo Boarding Horses. NOUSES I50UCJIIT AND SOLD Big New Stable on East Fannin Street. jSi TEMCl'IIOXK Mil. PLOWS CULTIVATORS HARROWS DISC DRILLS 5TUDEBABUR and FLORENCE Wagon s We carry a Large stock of Collars, Har ness parts, Saddles, Heavy Lap Robes, etc. II...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 28 January 1899

Che Datl? fintcrpvwe. iliilJT I.- IUXI.KK Klil'r - - - '"" , I . . I'i li lns I II III It.MI i IIM Tin l''V. !' ''"'I Hi'''-1' 1 r.i: .',11 i ,11. 1. ti 1,1 e lu 1 1 1 V 1 ? l,.,ltot.ikotli 'la Ml." K..v. j 11 ' ' 1 MUe ..... p...- . ...... ... . Dr. (iu.lav t.oihell of f"'l"i r.munii Kl. who will hecome " j (or eineritus. I'r. Ilirsi h is now i nline, ted with Sinai Temple, ' n,icH".e He e. lel.rated a week j ' " - . I ., the twcn.yi.nu .mm. i.. j of his heiiiniu work II" is pruli'SMir (.1 unei.'iit l;irtntr-i in llm I'liivciMly "f Cliiini'. A UtilhiK N. V., special wivs: "Clmrlns Mciiil.crrr, '17 years of ii'i', wIhi was fuiiii'l lyinjr ' "' Sow Vurk Central trucks last I'lilny willi hi skull frm-luro.1, is.lim.l. On 'I'" "'veninir f the tlay on which In' r' eivi'l Ms in juries Meinlierer lieyaiito wliis li, llumli he wax win illy unieii .seimiH ami remaiiieil so to the laM. lie whirled all suits i.r tunes, ami without cessation, for ninety live hours, ami never eeas i', until sho...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 28 January 1899

1 COO0S090OOOOOOVVVVVVVVVV'VVVVVCCCOCCCOOOOCOOOOO r n NATHAN'S "Goods delivered free i to any part of the City NATHAN'S OUR 1809 STOREKEEPING Already slums betterment mi every Imnd - at every turn January And u with tho fi-pshost and eie:iil or st airs inid iiH-rt'isotl Kli..jin.' nii ilitlfs. and tlum shall priv in tfuodnes as th Kittson lengthens. A lti.tfliirsiaiid:ii'ilorU:ility sliull l inaint lined, and prices sliall be absolutely tU lowest lit nil tiui lh store 1 Ttill f pleasant surprises, oven fur i!ih,i' who know It ImM. O o o o OurTliinl Scmi-Anim;! 5a lc of Muslin Uuderwcur Was Ih'uii t"tla This sali is remarkable fur ninny things. On of thoiii, tin1 utter absence of unworthy inhIs, is osiM'cially entitled to your consideration. Kv cry tfiirment is as thor oughly reliable as rood material and honest work can jnissibly make it. We have been par ticularly painstaking in the selection of these goods, and we offer none that we cannot conscientiously recom mend as the very be...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 28 January 1899

CUT ORlCES tftt I" iiimiih UT ORICES Our present stock of shoes must move to make room for spring goods. While there is no old stock in our store we are deter mined none shall accumulate. Therefore we have marked down prices from io to 40 per cent It will pay you to buy shoes at our store, if you have to save them for future use T-l ioh A rt T Milliners 1, READ Our ad., ("let our cut prices ami lirinj I lie paper right along, ami we will hliovv you thcso uro real en t. priccN. Wu will not allow tiny one to undersell us. Ueiul our prices uml coino uud see the Beaumont Shoe Co Ladies Shoes. m() pairs ladies' carpet slippers, now Htic, were ir.c. fill pair ladies' it point slippers, now .re, were 7ie. 2i(U lair lace ami button, patent tip, now 7 fie, wens 1. Utl pair ladies' ' point slippers, now ";", were 1. !W jiair ladies' button, patent tip, jiow $1, were ifl.ti"). 71 pair ladies' lace patent, tip, now wore $1. .(). I'Jpair ladies' button, patent tip, now $1.1 i, were $l."l. 7lJpai...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 16 February 1899

fijie Sails MxAttptifc. BEAUMONT, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEHKUAHY NO 2C6 VOL 2 S For Whiskies, TRY A BOTTLE OF ft5' Old Seth Wakefie d i-iquuio - : $ We are the People "3 r- i 7 1-: i. : tdv a nr Tlio W'Ht nnil Hurst lirtiiid of Whiskeys, Imported ami Do- llH'Htlc WHICH una Liquor mio mom couiiiriu muvh hi uiu Sinli') now ready to he noli! at tlio Iowi-hI tlgim onU)Io. Whiskies, llnnulifs mill Crystallized Kink am! liyo ami IVacli and Honey (or mi'dh'lniil purpose In stock. (time one and all to tho Cvlohruted Bucr Hallo nnil Keu tucky Wlilskoy Depot, opposite postolllce. , Prompt attention on all mull orders. TKLKIWOMt 117, H, HIRSCH, Prop. J IMP LEHEHTS of all kinds is the order of the day with the rice farmers, and we have , ft them. We have just received two car loads of plows and farm im plements, and have all kinds of rice machinery, including rice seeders and drills We have another carload of buggies on the way When you want anything in hardware be sure to consult the 7 Ba Hardware ...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 16 February 1899

Cbc Dntl? Cntcrprloc, itiutT i- nm.t:it. IdCKMn 4i ttki Alitor ru m -: Moklll Sunt nf thu Indium of th L'niKtl SluU tiro aiuunj,' tin? richiM furim-i in thw world. Tin annual int uitu' of th Osiijc U-)Im, fr iiiNlanrt', nniitiiitf of only I.T-". 'ions. iiuluilintf children. U H-'."II. or -.'"!- fur 'itch man. woman and rliild. Anyone who culls a citizen of Sifrrii jiiiH a "ni'r" violalfN tln law of tliu land and may huve to faro u suit fordama'"iHsM'ss cd by a iii'j,'io jury. Iiiciilcntiilly Dr. Hlydfii of ,il'riu. oih of the leading ncyro scholars uf his day, waxes indignant in 0110 of his bonks over tlHsMOIinjr or m'jrro with it small "n." During tin progress of tint Zu lu trial twenty live atii'iits stif Turing from insanity mi-ndfrrd by tin- excit nt of tin trial were admitted to a single Pari sian lunatic asylum Other es tablishments, says Dr. .Michunt, u well known I'Vench criiniimlo fist, received mlients from the sum' cause in equal irortiuii, and since then tin- ninlittly l...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 16 February 1899

ft OO00CO80009wvtwtwwwvCCCOCOCOCCCO I'khsonal mixtion, j f 6664 6 A A A A A A A A 4 CD I I CD 5 o o rr" ; o 8 NATHAN'S Goods delivered free NATHAN'S g o o o 1 Wrapper s at our usual cut prices If we cannot save you money on your purchases we do not WANT YOUR PATRONAGE. J- 10 dozen wrappers in light, medium and dark color prints, yoke trimmed with braid, tight fitting waist lining, only . . . . All sizes, 32 to 42. 59C 10 dozen percale wrappers in the latest col orings and patterns, ruffled yoke and three rows of braid, made with circular flounce, only lO styles to select from. 95C It pays to buy at ...NATHAN'S... Cut rice Store 000000GVWWWWCOOOCOCOCCOOO ft T pp JU CONVINCE THEM A coffee jot for 5c 12 box matches for.. 5c M clothes piiiH for.... 5c A hot tie of machine oil 5c Sifters for l"c A (fond whip for ...lic in jyal niolassfs keff..(oc Towel rollers hk WE ARE LEADERS. WILL DO THE REST. Set of glasses for Tooth Picks for 5c Furnace for 3c 011 cans for 1c Clothes boilers for 3c ...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily enterprise. — 16 February 1899

0 1 f Responding To many requests for Hamilton Brown SHOES, we now have them in stock. Highland Calf, for men, $2.50. Ladies' fancy lace $2.50. Hamilton-Brown Security School Shoes Children's, 5 to 7, $1.25. 8 to 10; $1.35. II to 13; $1.50. Misses' Ito 3 $1.75. Aim s n igulnr us ii nia.v sooin, there ill')' IIIIIII.V people wll j In not exercise' the sumo enro in luiyin their. groceries as Ihoy do in purchas ing their dry goods. Yet it is iusl as iniiioi lanl. If von wan 1 I he IVeshest ami best groceries,! k i I flu it u-ill iiii' irini In it!ir ' ' .' I Kates per (In y; s( . .Jit... .1 111. till, .11 111 I.IIITIIIII lllkll ! I ' Mini r ill ii ill i'mi I'F I'liyin yum I'tMKl. My stock is now and fivsliaml my prices im as low Just reopened Gulf View Hotel, I Driiiniiiers' Headquarters. J.E. B. SANDERS, Proprietor, Sabine Pass, Texas. week: per sl) per month. as the lowest. Hugh Kent, I Pearl st reel, near Baptist church. iGulfajid- Interstate Haihvav, BETWEEN UMONT AND ALVESTON UDlC...

Publication Title: Daily Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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