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SHINER, LAVAOA COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, NOV. 10, 1893.
Jiy GoodSs C
A, G. Wangemann.
Shoos, Hats and Claps, Grocorios,
II UIDWARE, WOOD AM) WILLOWWARE, and
,9T1 "TOfff? TL 9. J$i
Aor-.T ton NEW HOME STAVING MACHINE, WALTER A WOOD
MOWING MACHINES and RAKES, JOHN DEERE PLOWS,
CULTIVATORS and STALK CUTTERS and BAN
AIbo A very Stalk Cutters mil
Louisa illo Cotton and Corn
All kinds of Country
oduoa bought at high-
0$ssra est market prices.
AV,YiA PolJ far flntTnn Hnnri
V "UP SflSeo that Fenthcihonol
Long Leaf Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumber,
E aro receiving daily car loids of LUMBER ami our stock is being constantly replenished.
Wo w 111 not he undersold hy nnv lumber firm in the country. We have SHINGLES, SASHES, DOORS,
BLINDS, BUILDERS II UIDWARE and the genuine G.MDDEN BARBED WIRE and FIRE-PROOF
BRICK. We also 'i il in Liie Stock, our vard is ust below tlio Aransas Pass depot. Our clerk
and hook keeper, G W E-ehenburg, spciks both Gorman and Bohemian and is too Hell and favorably
Known to need any further lecouimciiiUtion at om hands
Gall and Sec Us at
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DEALERS IN -
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uhi mamc ismnpr arn
jiu miiiuino Lumuui buiu
long leaf pine, cypress well curb
ing, shingles, sashes, doors and
Vll'i'llIf 'enuine GlidJcn and Waukcgan Wire. Pailing
UlllliikS. Wiro Fence, Brick. Sawed burr oik and Mountuin
Cedar Posts. Aermotor, Dandy. Perkins and Enterprise Wind Mills.
l'uinps, Cv Under Piping and all Plumber's goods. Tha celebrated
Htudeb.iker Wagons; also Buggies, Hacks. Surreys and Vehicles of all
Aransas I'aTgfflOTEPWnTBi teCoinpnj- f.iPt hesaliTof all their lots
in the toin oPShyier.
I propo H to eih everything that I cany in stock as cheap as the same
quality can bo bi ght olsow here. I defy all competition. My clerk,
Mr. Albert Moo'hr speaks Germ in, English and Bohemian. I ask
3 oil to fill and e mime my stock before buying elscwhero
O. L. Y1LLZAMS.
GBIST'L - ESRGIEX.N'IDXSHS..
iDzzrz- GOODS, CLOTHING, hats, caps,
BOOTS, SHOES and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS of ali kinds.
family, staple and fancy groceries, crockery, glass
ware and tinware and gen'l merchandise of
all kinds. C0MPLETn LIKIJ 0F HARDWAM-
Calil jrni 1 V iilF,
u ' 1 atrr,
Si!c mir P TO twil ar, cent
ISuigam i ounters.
munhi, - - " Tex,
Here's Your Free EGC4 CASES at J. '.
FARMER'S EGG OASES.
When yon purchase anything at
our storo have the amount punched.
The caso is made of tin, handsome
ly Japanned and ornamented, The t
Tillpra nrn.mado of cloth naner and (
and countingiTobviates loss from
breakage and miscounts, and is an
ornament to any homo. This caso
will be given you when jour cash
purchases amount to $20.
(lirltl)LCll i bCHBA'IM, PllOPKIFlOlrt,)
TINE WBTES, LIQUORS, BEER and CIGARS.
Which aio politoly spivod at tlic bai. Wi lPippctfully ask the old
jalions of the FAVORII'E and the public gcnorallj to give us a call.
NniM.it, ----- r- Tuxas.
SADDLE AND UARNESS MAKER.
Mr. Kucsel has seemed tho sole nplit to cell the celebrated
untant lininn hoik in Lniaca and DoWitt imintio. Ho has
on hand a lino stock of Solid les, Wlnpi, Harness, etc.,
tuins out nono but fiist-clais oik.
Watch thij spaco
For my adertisoment of
Goods and Toj s.
Freo Delivery to all Parts
and TABLEWARE; tho
best in Shinor.
Call and see my ppl 1 did lino of
BY THE GALLON.
J. r. MEETANOS,
Asks his old fnends ah 1 atr ms to give him a cill nt his
ftand tlio BISMARCK SALOON. Leopold Hummel will coi
to tend liir foi Jnm .mU polite tieumeni is guarunieeu an.
Ills stock of
WINES, LIQUORS, BEER and OIGARS i
Messrs, Rudolph Wellmusen jind L B Rlchter lmvo'pnichnFcd the
lneatnmiketoiC.il Flalo and will supply the people of Shiner with
ilio best the countn affords. Thoj intend to satisfy everybody.
biUxm.) ------- -1 - Tesa"!
DiLwmiTii, Nov. 13.
Editou Gzhtl: Theio is a
movement on loot to build a church
and 11 school house here. Such de
sirable edifices ought to hue the
liberal support ot every one. Mrs,
II. K. Jones is 11 pinno mover in
tho object with $100 to the hind,
Mrs. Biaehe? $100 and Mrs Annie,
Kinnard f, GO and there is no doubt
that within the courco of a fen
das tho fund will be in such
o1.,a thnt. thn bmldiii'? may bo
commenced forthwith. It U also
n l,,unn,-Ail 11, nt. IT. K Jones, csn. IS
not to bo behind in liber.ilitj lor as
squire of the district ho may giant
a Bite for the church. When Dil
woith penplo tako hold of any
worthy object it is ouio to go, with
Not to ho behind tho euro for
souls Dr. Mintnu is removing from
Pfolo, n in pftt thllHb bitnsclf 111110112
us to woik cures on the body. None-
of us aesno to get sick; neverineiess
ho is sure of a welcome when ho
comes about two weeks hence.
Monday evening Bill and Doo
Martin, brothers living on Denton
crei'k, quanled with the immedi
ate 1 esult that Bill's knife penetra
ted Dno's left lung a very serious
wound but after history has not
unfolded flhal results.
Mrs. Bailscb. has returned from
a stay at Schulenbuig with her
parents and Mi. Joe P. U now
looking ever to much mo e pleas
ant and hippv. Mrs. Birltch's
father hi ought hei home.
Mr. Bart"ch, somoi , is ilso bore
or. a 'sit and Messrs Frank Hull
mm and F. lloinich from llallets
ville. Mr. Scth Colo passed thiough
hire on his way to Leesville to mm
his daughter. The old man iijwly
lemarks "his son is his son until
ho is married but his ilaughtoi is
his ikughtci all of her life "
Place ant dames. Wo loirn that
Miss Carson, Stonewall's teachei.
has something ot tlio true Jieiiv-
irnnnn in bei imhuo and can e.ir-
eise necessaiy iirmnoss with the
gentleness ot lier sex as w uiiess vue
castigation administered the other
,1,,,, ,n n kpt nf hm bov llUDlls. You
are light. Miks Carson, and if we
vvcio an Iiislimm would say "more
powertovour elbow." Commit
ting a fault is bad, hiding it ii
woise and the boys who committed
tho fault as well as those who lied
to hide it richly deserved tho pun
ishment. 'The better day tho better deed."
Jupiter Tlilv ins paid ub a visit at
last and Sunday morning com
mencing about 3 o'clock rain des
cended about three hours. At this
writing it glics promise of a furth
er supplv and looks as if wo would
yot be happy in having our pools
and vv aler holes filled once more.
Game i fuirlv phn' il about
Dilworth Cole's son lil'id a Inn
buck on Siturd iv aji I tlicio in
lots of fellnvvi to itloamin 'lunmui
Sometime toun thejni.it A 1. ot tl
Gvj-Lrn may be fuired with i
Inunch ot venison when oui shoot
inj tiekle is put in cider.
Moli'-on Int, No 1 '.
Editor Gnn: Goo 1 in J
to day. The diy spell im mol. i
foi nniptj-fivo das. Wc 1 ive iui
hid enough lain to do m j.
until ve"terday iundav ) nni g
it bog-in to r.un mid h, 1 1 j t it up
nlrnos pontinmlly tint I in w tuv
o'clock, Jlondaj, it is ni in "1 w
)v and tlio ilij larth is tuku g it up
as fast an it fulls. We an not liUo
tho man we unco know, whi -aid it
it did not lam on his faun he did
nt -nit it. In mm on fiu ono lIm s
Wohopoith lainin,! evorywher
wheio it is needed.' We t unit all
will feel better and woaiec&nlKlcnt
all will look better.
Well, Mr. Fditnr wo hnve hail
one moio imrnago at tlio Iiu-ti'iue'
since our Inst. Mr '1 Li ur
was united in minn'-'o i Mita
Ada Claik, both nt the nstitut'
Last Frul iv niL'ht n I'nnco vns
given at Mi. John Ccmin's
Quito a number of the ju ng fU.s
were out and' enjoyed tlumseUi'i
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