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SHINER, LAVACA COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, NOV. 9, 1893.
A, G. Wangemann.
If Goods, Clothing) Goots,
Slices, Hats aaitl Gaps, Groceries,
HARDWARE, WOOD ami. WTLLOU'WARE, and
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A i:-t roit NEW HOME SEWIXC MACHINE, WALTER A. WOOD
MOWIVG MACHINES and HAKES, JOHN' DEERE PLOWS,
CULTIVATORS ami STALK CUTTERS and UAX-
Also A very Stalk. Cutlers ami l-oulsvillo Cotton ami Corn Planter.
All kinds of Country Produce bought at highest market
prices. Cash Paid for Cotton Seed.
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long leaf pine, cypress well curb
ing', sningies, siisiies, aoors ana
l"kl 1 HI fl"l Gl r'L'llumo HliJJcii and Wankegnn Wire, P.iiling
( Uli.Jlll.10. Wire- Fence, lirick. Sawed burr oak and Mountain
Ofd.vr Posts. Acrmotor, Dandy, Perkins and Enterprise Wind Mills.
Pump, Cylinder Piping and till 1'lnmber'n goods. The celebrated
Studebaker Vngon; ulto lluggics, Hacks. Surreys and Vehicles of all
JBTTOWX LOTS IMPROVED and UNIMPROVED.
I an the Authorized agent of II. Ii. Shiner and the San Antonio and
Aransas Pass Railroad Town Site Company for the sale of all their lots
in the town of Shiner.
1 propose to Hell everything that I carry in stock as cheap as the same
(juaMty can bo bought elsow hero. I defy" all competition. My clerk,
Mr. Albert .Moeller. speaks German, English and Bohemian. I ask
vim to Call and examine my stock before buying elsowhcro
. . . .' O. L. WILLIAMS.
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Long Leailellow Pine and Cypress Lumber
YUh are rcccivlnsMutly car loads ot LUMBER and our stock is being constantly replenished.
I not be undcrsfiM bv any 1-imbcr firm in the cnunti-v. Wn lmv smxT.r.K.q SAStrvfl Tinnru
IIIJNDS, BUILDER'S HARDWARE and the genuinoG.MDDEN BARBED WIREand FIRE-PROOF
BRICK. VonI6dcal in LivoStock; our yard Is just below the Aransas Paps depot. Our cleik
and book keener, u? W. Esebonbur''. sneaks bnili (irrmiin and lint, ..mi n ,,,l iu i, n 1 r.. 1.1..
known to need anjjfurther reconnuendation at our hands.
Call and See'iTs at
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SEYSIER & EfflEIBERG
JDHTOOIDS, OLOTKEIKTC3-, HATS, OAFS,
HOOTS, SHOES andTGEXTS' FUIiXISHlXO doODS of am. kinds.
family, staple and fancy -groceries, crockery, glass
ware and thrware and gen'l merchandise of
all killdS. complete lixe OF HARDWARE.
Ml'k SSoda Vatcr. KStlMlt'
Jm l 10ml SB Jnl WMiSSMiWM
Hursain Counters. SHpQiSNo&tmW
HoroWoM Free EGG CASES at J. F. MITTAMCK'S.
When yon pni'cljSo anything at
our store Inuvctliagmpunt punched.
The caso is made'lofjtin. handsoino-
ly Japanned andjtivn"alnciited. Tho w&
I Fillers nvo raadii
Totli paper and
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FINE WINES, LIQUORS, BEER and 0IC4ARS.
Wine. i are politely served at llie bar. We respectfully ak tho old
j-iiii-ci - ut'tlie FAVORITE and the public generally to give us a -call.
Sliisr.n, - - - - Tr.e.
SADDLE AND.HAKNESS MAKER.
Mr. Kiiesel has secured tho solo right to cell tho celebrated
patent hamo hook in Lavaca and DoWitt counties. llu lins
on hand a lino stock of Saddles, Whip.', Harness, etc., and
turns out none but first-class Work,
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nrNHV noons AXl LOW I'RICKS.tD
Ho has a fall stock of Cloelis. Wntchc. Jewelry and Silver Plated
Ware. Also a full stock of Spectneles and Eye-glasses. Watches
and Clocks I'epairoTl with care. Goods and work warranted and
iionest dealing with all.
Messjp, Rudolph Wellmuscn and L. 15. Riehlcr havo purchased the
Inoat market of C. II. Flatn and will supply tho people of Shiner with
tho best' the country affords. They intend to satisfy everybody.
J. H. HUEBNER,
Asks his old friends and patrons to give him i call at his new
land tho BISMARCK SALOON, .Leopold Hummel will continue
to tend liar for him and polite, treatment is guaranteed all, , ,
His stock ufi '
f WINES, LIQUORS, BEER and CIGARS -J-
SHINEB. - - TEXAS.
will bo given you when your -cash
purchases amount to :f'20.
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Wfttoli thh spaco
For my advertisement of
Goods and Tovs.
i Free Dolivery to all Parts
t or Tin:
HV THE GALLOX.
J. F. BUTTAKTOS,
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Call and !-"e my -p' ih',! 1 i,c
MoUi.ton' L-ST, 0,:t. .'SO.
Kbnon (tAzr-rrn; Since our last
sevi ral chiUlron ill tliomidnt of the
InstitutD havo been attacked with
dijnheii i or something of that na
ture . Smno havo-stopped sclioul
i.-r ear ol'contincting it.
Mr. 1). F. Walter left a few (U.ys
HR.i t visit hinjelatives -'t Wicliita
Falls; Vie took "ono.of his little boys
with him, "
Mr. Clark has' moved into his
ii" a- house.
Tho Institute eehQol is progivso
ing tmelv. About) onu lumdreu pu
pi:s aro in attendance.
Two more shotting affrays on
Peach creel.; one .youu; Mr. Hali
hurton shot ata Mr. Mullins. Havo
not hoard an' of tho particuiars.
Mr. Polll'iller is doing Well.
Miss Lewis from Milam county
H visiting her uncle, Mr.'l.eo Lewis
Wo are having somo very iUvty
roads at this time.
Stock water is- very scarce but
wo are better oil' thau'tlie people in
One marriage since our last. Mr.
Eddio Wliitu was vod to Miss Ten
nio Leach. Many' other unions
will follow in the near future.
With best wishes,",to tho Oazkttu
and its worthy editor. It ti;nt.i:n
Dll.WDIITll, XoV. 11.
IjIiitob CiAKi'Ti:: Wo aro all
alivo and Uielciug, in fact h una of
us iiaro too inuen reason to kick.
Ono kicks liee.iu.e bis name ii in
the paper anil another kicks be
cause Ids niinin is noi in it and
btill another kicks hi'cuuso of thu
colli sjiell and all are kicking lie
cause there cone's no rain tu (ill
our pools and help imp stock.
Our cotton gin is not so lively as
former necks lint that is no moio
than is the caso all over. Still
there is eotlon coming in, cotton
rolling pist on thu freight cars,
cotton going out in wagons and it I
may be said that cotton is still j
On Mondiy'Mrs. J. II. Polly
passed through hero from Yoakum
to Sandv Fork on a vloit to old
friends and neighbors.
Mrs, liramham left for Yoakum
on a visit to her threu sons and
I Min-in-law, located there.
Mr. II. Havnes lias returned to
j us from his hunting trip and nl
j though he has no hair-breadth
i escapes nor big fish yarns to give
I lie say ho had it splendid timo but
I says his wife must not go juniper
: riding again in his absence.
Mr. Louis Lnmkin of Lnling was
i hero taking orders for bis Houston
MUs Hinvnons returned on
Tuesday from Edgar where she has
been on a visit for souk- time.
Mr. II. K. Jones lias had Mr.
Henry King and wife of Segnm on
a vi-it tin- week. The lilt on
Thursday for their luune aft. r
spending tin agrei.ihiu tim- taking
with them Mrs. Annie Kinnard.
Mr. MoCallick nnd wife Iiuhi
Falls City were viM.t.ng Mr.. ,
lir.ielies. Mr. Mcl'alliel. is an nM
railroad man and has been a good
deal In .Mexico on the roads thei".
Mr. Joe Hartseh returned from
Schulenburg uhero be had n spell
of sickness, Ho thinks more and
more of Diluorth and all feel gh.il
he has icturned.
Mr. Whit Ramsey has paid his
tnx visit and tho Dilworth folks
nero glap to sen him although they
had to go down in their pockets
when he appeared. They were able
to do so, sirl
Mi-s Minnie Carson, Sb ncwnlf's
amiable and successful school mis
tress, spent an hour or tno here on
Friday evening on her way to tb
teacher's meeting at Gonzales,
The Shulerman store is still
showing that business is anvthing
but dead hero for on Saturday the
aid of several extra clerks hid to
ho called in, Don't look like hard
time- does it?
Mr. J. II. Polly was seen on bis
way to Sandy Fork but whether on
a business expedition or hunting
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