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J'l I I TMIJ I) 1 I I1Y THURSDAY I'.Y
( . V. WA111).
One Year, Postpaid.
iccl at the Sui'tr 7cas, Post
Office as second class matter.
siioer, tex. ran., oot., seth, '03.
Tun Flatonla Argus shows a ilc-eidcd-improcnieiit
under its rjew
Tin: People's Era is tho latest
addition to our exchange, lilt. It
is published at San Maicos.
A uevival is in progioss at Yoa
kum under the direction of the
Kev. M. JF. Moipbis. There is
probably no town in the stalo liiat
needs it half so bad as Yoakum
does. They ought to got Sam
.lone", Abe Mulkey and all the let
of the evangelists to try their hand
on that benighted ullage.
Ai.uiMiNti reports having been
pent out concerning the stock water
supply in this section, mo take this
occasion to stalo that thero will be
plenty of water foi stool; in tho vi
cinity (if Shiner, even though lain
docs not fall befoio Chiistuiae.
Thero arc springs and water-holes
that aro practically inexhaustible.
Cntllo as a rulo aro looV - '
and leports to tho ot'
liise fabj-'Cali'-s, f
THE SHINER FIRE DE
Total Kiirollinent of
A called meeting of citizens and
business men was hold, Tuesday
night, at the Knights ol Pythias
hall for the pniposo of fanning a
ilro company. A permanent or
ganization was cllected and the
following membeia were eniolled:
Ed. Wangemaiin, Ernst Wango
niann. Louis lf,ichtu',Otto Koehler,
Chailio I'fctl, A. 0. Waiigemann,
Joe Kopecky, lleuuan Koch, Er
win Wendtbnd.C. V. Waul, Louis
Wagener. Albert Moeller, Max
Woltcis, J. E. Mersebcrger, .T. C.
Merseberger, J. C. lllohm, Anton
Konecny. Edmund Wolters, C.
Wagener, C. lliehter, C F. lliehter,
Gus Kulimiini, Albin Itutnmell,
U. W. Eschcnburg, J. It. Niemcycr,
Paul Franke. Tom Shandcra, Clias.
Holchak, S. F. Nave, 31. L. Kidson.
J. W. llolloway, G. A. Pannewitz.
II. S. Games, S. A. Came, E. L.
lleullci, Fiench 0. Smith, Alfied
.lungbeckcr, P. L. MtCmdy, Fiank
Stahala. Will Hucung, H. Wise
man, August Schmidt, E. J. JIair,
,1. II. Hucbner, E. II. Sehariibcrg,
T. J. liurkct, Otto Walter, J. F.
Mittanck, Dan lions, Henry Scharn
bcrg. Leo. Ilummell, L. !. lliehter,
A. W. Ilimichs, Joe Ondrcj.
, 0. lllohm and Piof. Mair art-
s temporal)' chairman and scc-
v respectively and tho follow-
rmanent ofUccrs w ere elected:
ef, Ermt Wangemaiin; Fresi-
Julius Mittanck; Secretary,
. Ward; Tieasurcr, Edmund
ters; Foreman, Louis Wagener;
istant Foieuian, Albert Moeller;
.Irant man, Paul Franke; 1st
uleman, Ed. Wangom.inn; 2nd
tzleuian. J. W. llolloway; Relief
.zzlemen, Henry Scharnbcrg and
P. lliehter; Tonguemcn, August
hmidt and Charles Pfeil.
President Jlittanck appointed a
immittroof fivo to diaw up a con
titiition and by-laws. The com
litleo was as follows:
Dr. Eidson, Dr. Nave. A. G. Wan
.maim, Tom liurbct and Max
Thev woro instructed to report
Monday night. October 30th.
The meeting was clriractciized
ny enthusiasm and goodwill and
tho Shiner fire department bids fair
to bo an honor and a ere lit to tho
town, Wangemaiin was formcily
a member of tho Halletsullo flic
department and will no doubt per
fect his men in diilling and work-
nig. Mr. Mittanck Has nau six
years experience aa a fireman and
taken all together it would bo ex
ceedingly hard to find two men
more competent to mako tho Shi
ner Firo Company a gloiious suc
cess than tho two heads selected.
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Agelits for Standard Cultivators,
Mowers and Bakes, Newton Wagons,
American Sewing Machines'.
Highest Prices-Paid for Cotton and Country Produce.
Always in the Lead!
BREWED FROM THE BEST
FOIt SALE AT THE AIIANSAS PAP-'. PALACE. FAVORITE ami SITERCKE'S SALOONS.
M. IUCIITER AGENT, SHINER, TEXAS.
SPECIAL AM M0WHC1M.EI
FOR SOMETHING GOOD TO EAT.
I havo removed my stock of groceries to tho building between the City Moat Market and the Palaeo
Saloon, whciu I will bo glad to see all of my old customers and everybody looking for splendid bargains.
Whilo in Galveston and Houston I purchased a fine stock of
FRESH 'FAMILY, STAPLE asztf. FASTOT GROCERIES, CAW
DIES. MOTIONS Etc, Etc.
Come and seo my admhable stock of Crockery, Glass and Tableware, the beot in Shiner. I havo
put my pi ices down to n bed rock basis.
QJ m mJLm a iJiabfmllLmJLm JLm uHm JWiU.
GASOLINE BY TEE GALLON.
PEEE DELIVEEY TO ALL FAET& OF THE CI1TY;
Mrs. Ed. Wangcmann vnt to
Yoakum, Tuesday, to visit her
Lev Culpepper and Fritz Puhr
moyer left for Herclair, Goliad
. i.iun'.niurlc Unite
iltiTtftu 'are busy this
disvnautlriij; the pld lCneislcr hotel
and the third or forth oldest build
ing in Shiner is fast disappearing
b iure the forward march of im
provement. It was elected by Win.
Knei-der and was thrown open to
the public in tho autumn of 1887.
It contained ten rooms. se en downstair-
and three up-stairs and was
patronized by drummers and the
traveling public in general. It
stood onu blook east of tlw depot,
conveniently situated to the busi
iii ss pirt ot town. It was rudely
and hastily coni.trurtod, without
p.vmtirtg or finish and standing in
tho leeident portion of the town it
has boon marked for destruction
for some time. In tho spring of
1691. the Jurney hotel wa3 built
and tho Kneisler houso proving un
profitable, Mr. ICneisler disposed of
it to rc. K. Hildeurandt, who lias
used it since as n rent house. The
front part of the old building will
ho removed to Front street near
Jlonry Iuefll'a saddlo and harness
niton and nlll be used an r, busi-
jics hoUM', whilo the other part
will bo moved out on tho streot, ro
niodnled, pa'nted and used as a
res I mic" It will bo occupied by
Adiloh Stephan Tho dnelling
) -u v. be llixliu ami
I)r. and Mrs. 11. L. Smith are
inLuling, visiting relatives and
friends. They will lemain until
From now until January Jst.
I will sell lny "addles, harness,
blidles; whips and ccrything I
keep in stock at tho very loucst
fig.uro3 as I deairo to close up my
business by that time.-
To any one sending us n club
of fivo tubsciibers to tho Gazette,
paid in advance, wo will send a
copy of tho Gazelto ono year freo.
Wolters Iiro".' popular clcik,
.foo Kopecky is u little absent
minded as tho following will show.
Ho started down the street tho
other day leading his horse and
holding tho ropo in hii hand, tho
rono was new and lied on rather
loosely and in turning tho coiner
of the street tho rope slipped off
and the horso turned and walked
olfin an oupotito diiection. .Too
continued on his way without dis
covering his losi and held tho rope
firmly and carefully in Ins tiami.
On reaching the gate he tuined
loimd and lo, tho ropo was empty
and tho horso wa gone. Set 'em
up, Joe, and we'll say no rnoro
A party of young people were
nut serenading Tuesday night and
charmed slumbering mortals with
the sweet strains of "After tho
Ball,"1 "Over tho Waves." "Only a
nicturo of her boy," otc. The Ga-
zr.TTn voices the sentiments of tho
town in paying "call again and
John Ilmta was accidentally
shot Sunday while out hunting
with a party of boys. Tho ball
struck him in tho knee, inflicting a
slight llesli wound. '
Bats have taken up theirabodo
in croviecs around thu owning in
the other front of tho pot office, It's a bud
Two lots and houto with four
looms. This property is situated
in the most desirable part of tho
town of Moulton and U well im
proved, having stable, sheds, cribs,
fctock pons, etc' For terms and
fuither paiticulars apply to Mrs.
Hugo Fiiedrichs or M. E. Necly,
Our jolly friend, Henry Crep
pon had quito an adventure whilo
llshing overnn tho liver Sunday.
Ho states that whilo ho was resting
peacefully in eainp bomeono on
hoiseback rode up and proceeded to
burn powder at a gieat rate, mean
while tnlking in an exceedingly
war-lilco manner, even claiming
that ho had a cargo of dyn unite
with him. Henry fays ho stood
his ground manfully and retreated
in good order.
IMPORTANT TO INVALIDS.
I have a medicino guaranteed to bo a positivo cure for nil
Testimonials of which can be had upon application. I hive, further'
more, a guaranteed TAt'E-WOKM Itemepy, and am also agent for
tho much famed
Br. PAHBWBY (Chicago) lievb Sledioiaes,
0ppsiim!BnTEXAs?, A. SCHIERSMANN'.--
Doki'n. Vtnws ov Houses Take
Aiiisto C,niNr;T T'noros .f3.50 ret:
on Snonr Notk'i:.
Confectionary, - Fruits, - Nuts,
JEWELIIY, SPECTACLES and NOTIONS or all Kinds.
Siiintk. .r :; GIVE HIM A CALL. ;:
Daniel 23oes, Prop.
Serrcs meals at all liouis. and keeps on hand fresh bread and cakes
at all times. Ficsli fish diicct from Corpus Christi every Wednesday
and Saturday ovo, at 10 cents per pound,)
Located just neross from loot.
GENERAL BANKING and COr.
In Immense Stock at-
BLOHM & HAHME'S.
Which they are disposing of a( elo30 (Tsures. vriioy doal In all kinds of oils,
paints, varnishes and nu oxnuislto line ot wall puper. They have on liamr
allist-olasa lot ot coffins. TIipbo gentlemen mo ennstuntlyi'lnnieuslui;
their stock. Give them a call and get 100 cents worth for one dollar.
It J JiJliL ww Ji fbr 9
(Successor to VA. ltoelini.)
and Paid on
M iney Itcinittcd
to Ml F,
FULL STOCK OF-
fine wines, liquors, beer, cigars.
eaS?A Pool Hall Tain ir Connection vrltli"S tlie" Saloon. Moi-t
Popular Suloi n in Moulton. Mpi lton, Texai,