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GROCERIES LWPYS No old stock, best brandsof everything large contracts enable us to buy in large quantities at rock bottom prices. Hiv-Nm Daily received, we are justly celebrated for the quality WlH vlOvULw, of our Cheese, Butter and Eggs. Coffee. tirct'n Cordova. (irt't'ii liin. (jrocn IVnbcrry. (Jreon Mocha. (rccn .lava. Green Costa Kico. Roasted anl ground Kpicuroan .lava and Mochu. Kolinsky's Java Mend. Arbucklcs Ariosii. Coiru extract Imputed Sugars Standard N Y granulated Yellow Clarilied. Confectioner's ' A." Cut Iioaf Sugar. Powdered Sugar! I'K'KI.KS I.N (il.ASS. Ilolbroolcs' imporfed. lleinz's Spiced. llfinz's Sweet picMos Onions pickled India Relish lleinz's Chow ( how J Acmo Hot .V1NKOAH. Crosse and Mlarkwell's bottled White Wii.'i IMl-OHTDD KIIKNCII PICAS I Metis Petit Pois Pins. Nieolp & Cio Fins Nicolli & Ci(! Petit Moytns Triat Petit Moyens Trial's Extra, in glass i m I'oitr i: 0 ml'sii iioo m s. Champignon's extra tine in glass ASl'AKAGl'S. Lusk's California llickmott's Oyster I Jay. MUSTAKI). Coluian's Imported Colburn's domestic mustard Horse Radish Mustaril Celery Mustard English Sandwich Mustnrd Krench Prepared mustard Salad dressing JKM.IKS AND l'UKSKKVKS. Mince meat in bulk Mince meat in 'Jib cans Anderson's Jams Numsen's .Turn's Maxum's Jams Curtieo Hros. Jam in glasses I'urn strainod Honey. Pure comb Honey Maple syrup, Canada Cherries in Marasebina Cherries in brandy Household ammonia Cr.in berries No. I Family Mackerel Holland Herring lillTTKIt AND CIIKKSK. r New York full cream cheese Young American cheeso rniiMn tcd Swiss choeso Imported Jjiinhurgcr cnoese Pineajiple cheese Imported Edam cheeso Fancy Elgin creamery. Vl.AVOIUN'O EXTHACT8. Dr. Price's, till llavors llastine's, all llavors Forbes Hros'. sprinkle top pure Vanilla, Lemon, Almond, liana mi, Strawberry fruit coloring (IIOCOLA'I'K. (rated cocoanut Maker's bitter chocolate Haker's sweet chocolate (Jerinan sweet chocolate. Haker's cocoa TKAS. Heno Tea Young Hyson Tea Oolong Tea Japan Tea I Slack Tea Early breakjust Tea CAI.IKOKXIA CANNKI) FKU1TS. White heath peaches Yellow crawford peaches White cherries Hlack cherries liar licit pears Nectarines Golden Apricots hgg plums Green gages Yellow Damsons Iilackberries . - ' " Stl'itwberrius Eyeless and coreloss pineapples sliced Hahama pineapple, grated. m:ts. Toragonna ul nonds, soft shell California alp onds Walnuts Hazel Niits Huttern uts Pectins Cocoa nuts Blanched almonds n;t: ns. Oranges Apples Lemons 1 ananas CAXHIKS. Imported French bon bons Domestic mixed Mexican pecan candy Rock candy Did KD i iarrs. Orange peel Lemon peel Palerma citr n Malaga citroi, 1 pound cartoons (.'leaned currants Sultana seedicss raisins London layer raisins Loose muscatels Seeded raisins, 1 pound pack ages Turkish layer tigs Dried apricots Dried nectarine Dried peaches Prunes Turkish dates sru'KS Cream tartar Ground mace Ground Cayenne pepper Ground white pepper Ground sifted pepper Ground Ginger Java Cinnamon Nutmegs Allspice Cloves Poppy seed Canary seed Hird seed Pearl nago Pearl tapioca Pearl Hurley Farina Corn Starch Cox's golatino Leggett's Jelley Powder OUVKS. Manxnnilla olives Italian queen Olives California Haby olives Lea IVrrin s sauco Manchester sauco Chili sauco Tobasco sauce Hulbiuna and Cio Olive oil Plagniol Olive Oil Luccti oil in baskets Underwood's lobsters Underwood's deviled ham McXIenim's deviled crabs. Dunbar's shrimps nilow Kocic salmon Dunbar's lunch oysters Russian Caviar Imiorted Gillett's sardines Imported a la tomate Imported falstaff sardines imported yacm ciuu wi-uukb Mustard sardines American Sardines CANNED MEATS. Vienna sausage Pork sausage Lunch tongue Chipped beef Corned beef Roast beef Potted bam Potted chicken Potted tonguw Chili concarnu And a thousand other articles of food impossible te enumerate. We keep everything comprising staple and tancy groceries. LITTLE LOCALS Read 1U t' uew nd. Nallii n Inn n uew aJ today. Speci il of children's under wear tit Ntn'.uu's. The (I., V. H K. C. and the Poh tul Telegra, h liavo established an ollico ut Sn lor. Miss WiUn d Chenault of (ion juile i., tl.o city visiting Mrs. W. It. Nelson. Misaci b nud Di McFuddon I't-turiioii H m luoniiug ufter a pro longed ibit in WcHt Virginia. Johu II. li.ooksMt liiat evening for N wgdocliOB, the homo of his boyhood dins. Children's Underwear at half price uml .'s this week at Na t han'fj. G. Bjron U'kss is again alio to uHbimjo his 'uliia ufter uu illucBa of tievcnd lnyx. i T ; ..wi II, ..nun nns issued todiiT to Wtdtd S. Horforeund Miss Mury St Flore-. f 1 A Tvn Up. trnveliu tr rcnrcsculn- tivo'f r II. A. Loza v & Co., mnkers . . . . i i i ...i i of the a id ::ituouBUieveiuu nura, piiHScd llnouf;u Iieuumont this morn ing ou liin way to umvetuou. ivm't f i!. to rend Nathan's ad. about children's underwear. Tin- nm v FxTKHi'iiisE is un der obligations to Mrs. R. B. Un derbill for ; magnificent boquet of ehrysantheimuns. I5y the way, this rcini"dn us that wo are going i. linwi n litlln flower show in De- fcW III I l v.. - - - cember, a id wo don't want the ladies to forget it OUR QUEHNSWARE forms one of the largest assortments in the state, uur own importatLqrisFrom England and foreign potteries make cs up-to-date in shape and decora- lGr'3bUR ENAMELWARE direct from the manufacturers is large and well selectedev- eryth;Ss Sful. '.inof hGase6wa?ef SLlmpsb,eetc. Call and see our stock and remember hat everything purchased at the leading grocer s is a recommendation for quality. y &f Yours for the past eight years, J. J. SOLINSKY, THE LEADINC GROCER. to IDolb on is ihe merchant who clings to old meth ods, This is the time of year to push your business and we will guarantee that an ad in Entcrpiree HECHT'S.. will be read by more Upeople than if placed in the columns of- any competitor. Specials IRnit TUn&cnvear Sale- oooo 50 Dozen Ladies' Union Suits 25c Worth 50 cents in any store OOOO BEAUMONT. TEXAS. RAABLER5 LEAD, : AS USUAL' ll. aiise ihcy -ny a pood n pu tat ion .md are b;i by pH.l. wbn hav ii'Ver btvi: other tlrui uct's.ful. GEMS . - m-MR' FOR YOUR JUDGMENT that includes everything in my stock, but more especially tho elegant goods I am receiving every day. I know my stock and am proud of it and you will adiniro it when you soo it R. M. MOTHNER, Popular Jeweler, NEW MILLARD BUILDING. are always openjfor comparisons of circulation. n n i m (Oil 30 ISC! ois ,.,073 Jcr Calcine... AW I ;it f-w "'.- tx l 1. ft ill it j' l .- i. line li.irt-:i With tb- rhi at.il h.-. I i j;:n and t'.. i. i.-l i l 1c -lx.p in t1j- --L.lh '. n.si'jc. ,t j,i.(- J. r iii'- ) In iii r t r atid at yt ;,- h:it caiitM't du'!x aft1 in ) s!al'. P. H. WIESS, The Wheel Man. . lit Pays to Investigate! it and if you will call on us we will show you why it pays to buy at ft the & t BEAUMONT LUMBER COMPANY'S ft ft ft ft ft ft 25 loz. Jlen's blue random Undershirts, worth 50c, now Zoc. gray only Buy your children's underwear at' Nathan i- ami save wc on every dollar. Not . :Avd at Kaliegh. linlu-irh. N. C.. Nov. 11. Aspe cial to tlu News and Observer fmm Nawhurne. N- C.sa.vs: C. 11 Gilbert, R. H. Bunting and ex Ghief of J olice Melton, three of the white i. publicans who were forced out if Wilmington to-day, arrived here via the Atlantic Coast line this afternoon. They tiro VP mit : ilm denot bv a com mittee of ciiinens and notified that thoir nrescLice was not desirea. Tbcy showed a willingness t.o leave and were . coramgiy escoi icu 10 -r I I. il tho steamer recuse, on wuicn luey siiili.d nt G (.'clock for Elizabeth City. Word has been sent to h t v and it is believed thevwili n..t be allowed to land there. Memorial to Waring. New York, Nov. 11. It has been decided by the special com mittor' nnnninlud bv the chamber of com mere to provide a fitting memorial v uojonei ueorge cj. Wnrinc. that an endowment fund of $100,000 shall be raised with which to i tablish in Columbia college the Waring chair of mu nii'iiHil n Hairs. The amomt will be raised by subscription, and during her life time the income from the fund will be paid To Mrs. Waring. Chesapeake Oyster Men. Now Orloiiiis. Nov. 11 In a few davs there will arrive in this city en route to lialvestou a party of prominent Baltimore oyster men, who own lai-'c oyster plants on the Chesapeake la' anu w" are cominr South to investigate pros lccts at tho" two ports, with a view of locating soaie of their larsrost easicrn oyster plants. They arc laving in special hopes on the pr.-Mcct at Galveston licach. The oyster at Chesapeake bay is last ivominj a thing of the pat Nit only is the Chesa ivake bivalve getting very scarce, but it N lender to raise than ever lieforc. The Southein oyster, Imwcvcr, i- just as abundant as ever, ami ha long since estab lished its Miperiority in the great catcn: markets over the Chesa ivake article. One of the gen tlemen who will bo with the oys ter party h;i already purchased t'h rty ' the Louisiana- ,t xac 'ntry, wim a view I . eiiie :!. piek'mj buMne-. NoD.ing. -of Itevolntion. rii. N 11. Silvfl Ls ar-iiv-i fi.v i M .. Ho tult f'rw-r-fi l. I Jt i- l itsr a-aiu.t tbe I'LiteJ - it. Hf ij ihi re ij'i Jauer f at. v.luti : in Sj.&i'i. store. We have all the advan tages claimed by other mer chants and some they have not. DON'T SEND TO HOUSTON . . for your GROCERIES until you have given us an order. Beaumont Lumber Co. 1 HAVEN'T what you would call ST OF FURNITURE Fancies, but I still have some bargains in furniture that it will pay you to inspect. Those elegant MATTINGS which I sold so cheaf are all gone, but I will have more and plenty of New Furniture ii a short time. A HARVE BEAUMONT, TEXAS. VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVft I HONEST VALUES STlTCHEDITOGETHER r iiiitii TniiTiint; mnnno nun inumruL wunua. os Aly Fall and Winter GoodsJ are now in. More stock, better goods, the most artistic designs 'that the minds of the cloth makers of the world cancon ccivc, the cream of the market. CMS. SERflFINO. Beaumont's Leading Tailor. Q WW WW WW WW www wwwwwvwvwvwvwwwv TIN AND SHEET IRON WORKER, I am prepared to do any and all styles of JTiu and Sheet Iron Work. Estimates furnished promptly on any kind of work-LI GALVANIZED TANKS from 400 to 8000 gallons capaciy. ronage solicited. A liberal share of your pat Pine Street, Near the PoslofHce. - I i-t tLt tyr- it Trcijcb id in 1 SI FOR MEN AT $ $1.25 t is a good thing. We have it in Congress and Lace. All toes. Keitl? brolbers.i 1 Will Knli Supplier WasLictor, Nov. 11. The cabi- I net hnn dt-ciJ-1 1 y raL -opliea to Culu to the irx.rg p -cjle. It pay to ttiy cliilJru' nnd'-r- OUT OF THE CLOTH displayed on onr tablet the moat laa lidioun dnoiKT can eally rrlect aome thina that aait him. We have an exquisite line pattern for baaineM ruit alo an eUeaut aortnitDt ol tbe very lt-t fi brk-a for evrning drees. Atrial n ill convince and aave JOM nion-y. ALF J. EASTIX, Wi- Dnilding, opposite rortofllce. car ill -au.ii j If yjv, fun.i-L tL r.e.J. treatifr it if r-a u-l fir c t itV' . Mat r.Lli.i. i lor l.ta'Krta-t'v-t ri.am. JOHN HOLMES 10 a General Transfer tiiMnf.. Office tt Langbam'i Mable bc re you can ktre or d. r. Sp"ial utt'-ntioti to hanlirs that r'jeire rare. T j lor c 1 lie l'alar-r. 11 j li to l4 tovr nnHiDery. Oi l'-r 1; 1 J Tou..; anj Mtia fiM.li cm ufcratt i. . .