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I'UllHncn EVERY THURSDAY nY
C, W. WAltl).
One Year, Postpaid
JZiitcrcd at the Stiircr 'Jcas, Post
Office as s;co)id class matter.
EIIINEE, TEX. THU NOV., 2nd, '93,
On tlio AViirjiatli.
Wo understand that a certain
veiling man in this town is blowing
iuound that ho "beat the stuffin' "
out of tho proprietors of tho Globe,
and fanned out the oflicc generally.
Up to ditto vie haven't seen the
Kilorof tho man's hair who per
formed thin miracle which, by the
May, was never performed, and
nover expect to. It, is just barely
jiossiblo that some peoplo have
"cussed U8 out" vigorously, but
they have, without exception, chos
en themselves for an audience.
Hut as for "cleaning us out:" if
anjono wants to try it, we will al
ways be found at the Globe office,
next door to John Oltmann'a
baloon. Schulenburg Globe.
Go slow, boys, go slow. Such
war-talks do you moro harm than
Editor Cannon of tho Velasco
World is doing moro for Velasco
than other one man could possibly
do. Such men are an honor to the
cities they bo zealously champion.
'Carter Harrison, mayor of
Chicago, shot and killed at his
home in Chicago by a crank."
Much w9 the message borno all
over tho land. Saturday, Indigna
tion for tho cowardly assassination
and universal sonow for the death
ot a great and good man exists in
a tnillion of American homes to-day.
Carter Hanison was. a man of
honor and tho longer he served the
peoplo of Chicago the more respect
ed and trusted he became with tho
people. In his death Illinois loses
mio of her greatest public men and
f lithfnl citizens.
The following is, a statement of
leceipts and disbuisements since
Am't duo on fence $ 95.00
" lot . 23.00
l L. Williams $ 70.00
A. li. Wangemaiin . . 13.00
T'.al. due O. I.. Williams 32.00
Receipts 04 00
Kxcess due Mair .... $ 19.00
Still duo on account 32.00
Total duo Mair $ 51.00
I desire to return thanks- to those
who have responded so liberally.
There is vet 51.00 due mo as I have
expended thai much out of my
null private funds. This maney
should be contributed at once.
E. J. Mair".
Mcob Calm and Jlary cimper
were married at the Catholic church
Monday morning by Father Bones.
The bridesmaids wero Kosa Yali
gun and l'lanci Simper and tho
groomsmen wore Anton Zabn and
John Horky. A largo number of
Irieuds of tho happy cnnplo were
present and after the ceremony
they adjourned to tho homo of tho
bricle's parents a few miles from
town where thoy had a wedding
calibration, Monday night.
Tho Lnto W. .7. Cnrncs.
Tho Uev. A. G. Nolan preached
Sunday tho funeral sermpn of tho
late W. J. Carnos. The M. E.
church was crowded and tho Kov.
Nolan preached an imprcivo and
moling discourse. The mi'mbers
of tho family present wero Mrs. W.
J. Carnes, wile of tho deceased, his
daughters Mrs. Will Grant, Mrs.
L. M. Kokcrnot and Miss C. C.
Carnes; his sons, W. J. Cnrncs, jr.,
S. A. and R. S. Carnes, also Clint
on'Askey and daughters, and Miss
Alma Kokernot and Miss Fannio
Marsh. Also I,. M. Kokcrnot, S. S.
Colo and J. II. Colo. Kev. Nolan
paid a high tribute to tho deceased
and tho congregation was often
moved to tears by his touching
references to Mr. Carnes. Ho said:
"In life ho was a man respected and
revered by all, for steadfast manli
ness, unwavering integrity, faith
fulness and purity of character.
Ills goodness and generosity knew
no bounds i'nd wherever ho went
and wherever he was known ho
commanded tho friendship and es
teem of all. For three yearn 1 was
bis paBtor and ho was my ttcwart
and during nil that titno ho needed
no words of reminder from me but
was alwnvs punctual and zeal
ous in the performance of his du
ties, ills was odo ot tnoso cnarac-
tcrs in which kindness, charity,
patienco and courage were happily
blended and in domestic life ho was
a kind and indulgent father and a
roving husband. Cruelty was im
possible witli him and ho could
never bear to eco any 'creature
about him ill-treatul.
"It may bo that tbcro aro some
whoso goodness brings them very
near to that better world, so near
that when the time draws near for
them to quit this world, they have
premonitions of their departure.
Brother Carnes was ono of theje. A
short time before his hist illness I
met him at tho depot in Shiner and
ho wished to mako known to mo
his picmonitions that he was soon
to quit this life, but something in
truded and I was never able to
speak with him again on tho sub
In conclusion Kev. isnlnn spoico
as follows: "His life should be un
example to us, an inspiration to
better thoughts unit better worKs
in this world. Tho spiiit of Godli
ness and sanctity pervaded his life
and lighted for him a pathway to
hen i en. His lifo works should be
an incentive to us to woik harder
and live holier that we may meet
him on that fairer, brighter shore
that lies beyond tho stormy ocean
of our lives."
Agents for Standard Cultivators,
Mowers and Rakes, Newton Wagons,
American Sewing Machines.
Highest Prices Paid for Cotton and Country Produce.
Always in the L,ead!
THE CELEBRATED BEER
BREWED FROM THE BEST
HOPS HND MKLT.
FOR SALE AT THE ARANSAS PASS, PALACE. FAVORITE and SrUERCKE'S SALOONS.
M. 1UCHTER AGENT, SHINER, TEXAS.
Scrape Amony the Negroes.
Trouble arose Saturday night at
the colored danco at tho Jackson
house between two negroes named
Tom Jackson and Will Johnson,
alias Will Hicks in which tho for
mer was severely cut by tho latter.
Tho trouble started about two
o'clock and there seems to havo
bevn a general melee in which the
whole crowd of negrocB participat
ed. Johnson was arrested by Con
stable Otto Xdehlcr and lodged in
tho calabooso and the man John
son was taken homo by his family.
Ho was not dangerously wounded.
Roth parties live on Mrs. Hughes'
place, a couple of miles west of
IMPORTANT TO INVALIDS.
I have a medicine guaranteed to bo a positiv? cure for all
X-iixng -:- Ailments
Testimonials of which can be had upon application. I have, further
more, a guaranteed TAPE-WORM Remepy, anil am also agent for
tho much famed
Dr. FAHRNEY (Chicago) herb Medicines '
Opposilo the Rock Store
From now until January 1st.
I will sell my saddles, harness,
bridles; whips and oi cry-thing I
keep in stock at the very lowest
liguies as I decile lo clobo up my
business by that time.
A lad named Roman Home
hid his saddle stolen,SunJay v.hilo
his horse was stinding in tho lot
biek of WanKemann's store. It
w in certainly ono of tho boldest
i hefts we over heard of. In broad
ouon davlight. while Bcore3 were
coininc nnd coinsr, tho thief remnv
cd the iddlo from tho horse nnd
ruuitituted an old worn-out saddle
i - thn plaeo of it, No elite to tlrf
HociiiiKiM, Occobcr 31.
Editor Gazetti.: Ilochheim is
on quite a boom. Two new houses
havebi.cn built in tho last two
Cotton is turning out much bet
ter than at flist expected. There
will bo moio fall ciop than was
looked for. Our gin here will gin
this siason at least ono thousand
There was given at the residenco
of Dr. J. V. Blako an elegant and
highly cnioiablo enteitainment on
Friday night last, in honor ol
Miss Vernon Green of ictoria and
Miss Josephino Schwab of this
Tho Ilochheim Cornet band is
progiessing finely and in a short
while will bo prepared to fill any
Tho voting gentlemen and ladies
of this placo have concluded to give
a treat lo our fun enjoying citizens
in tho way of a tegular drama some
There is no Bicltness. ,
There is considerable corn in
thi" section for sale.
Wo havo a good many disap
pointed pecan gatherers visiting
n. All tho pecan bottoms uro
w.iti'hed and no ono is allowed to
gather peeans at all. Tho owners
or renters aro for tho money that's
in tho pecans.
Ilochheim w ill soon bo ouito a
city. Wo now haio two gidcory
stoics, ono dry goods, one- drug and
onohardwale store, one gin, one
blacksmith und wagon shop, ono
saloon and another beinz built.
which will open about the last of
tins week. i-ehcy.
GENERAL BANKING and COLLECTING.
and Paid on
G. H. PHNNEMTZ,
AmsTo Cabinet Photos $3.50 per Dozen, Views ot House? Taw x
on Shout Notice.
Shiner, : : Texas.
Confectionary, - Fruits, - Nuts, J v
JEWELRY, SPECTACLES and NOTIONS or Af.i, Kinds,
SiiiNEit. :: :T GIVE HIM A CALL. :
Daniel Boes, Prop.
to All Foreign
A- G. Wangcmann, Ernst
Wangemann, Otto Walter, J. M.
Kruegir, Albert Moollcr. Albin and
Leopold Hummel and several
others took in the wedding celebra
tion, at Mr. Simper's Monday night, i
A STRANGE CASE.
How an Enemy was Foiled.
Tho following srnphle statement will be?
read with Inteiiho interest: "Icatinotdescrlbo
tho numb, creepy sensation that existed In my
tirms, hands and Icrs. 1 had to rub. and beat
thobO put u until they wero sore, to overcome
In t measure tlm dead feeling that had taken
pos'-culon ot them. In addition, 1 had a
gtrunea weakness In my hack und around my
waist, tosetber with an indescribable 'Kone
ffellnjc 1 my stomach. Physician paid It
wascrtenlng paralysis, from wlilt h, accord
ing to tlioirunhereal conclusion, there la no
relitf. Once It fastens upon a person, they
miy.lt continues its Insidious progress until
ttreacheauvltal point and the Bufferer dies.
Such was ray prospect I had been doctoring
n year and a half steadily, hut with no par
tkulur benefit, when I buw an advertisement
of Dp Miles' KcstoratWo Nervine; procured a
bottle and began using It. Marvelous ss it
may seem, hut a fow days had passed before
every bit of that creepy feeling had Iff Vine,
and ihTO lias not been een tl0 slightest
Indication of its return. , I now feel as
well as I ever did, and havo gained, ten
pounds In weight, though I had run down
from 170 to 137. Four others have used Ir.
Miles Itestoratlvo Irvine on roy recomen
datloit, and It has been as satisfactory In their
liisos as in mine " .rnmes ivane, i.iv huh, j
Serves meals at alt Tionrs, unci keeps on hand hesli bread and cakes
at all times. Fresh fmh direct from Corpus ChristL every Wednesday
and Saturday eve. at 10 cents per pound;
Located just across from depot-
In Immense Stocl: at
BLQHM & HAHME'S.
Which they mo disposing ot nt close flRures. They denl In nil kinds of oils',
paints, varnishes unci an esnulslto line of wall paper. They havo on hnml
a llrst-elass lot of coflln. These entlomon ate eoiisUintl.YOlirrcuolliK
their stock. Give them a call and '.-ot 10U cents worth for one dollur.
F0 J. .HELWEGh,
(Succomh- to Kd. Kouliiii.)
PULL STOCK OF-
Dr. M lies Restorative Nervine iasold by nil
Miles Medical CO. Elkhart,
JIIU 1 till VI. CI (IV U l"l !-si
bottles for W expri rrepalJ,
fine wines, liqnors, beer, cigars. j:
SB"Y Pool Hall Hun in Connection with
Popular Saloon in Moulton.
the Saloon. Most
IncI , on receipt or price. 11 per- rai",
lioltle for i oxprou prepaU. It to t run Iron)
painting and paper hanging a specialty.
Work done on short notice and guaranteed to give satisfaction, 'U'iTI
work in Shiner, Monlton and surrounding townB.
Binxan, - - - Texa.