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NORTH 6ND RKILROKD H1ZENUE3
GHRNES hnd BRO.
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staple and fancy groceries.
These gentlemen are prepared to fit you out in first-class style
in the line of family groceries, toiict articles and glassware
They also deal in all kinds of country produce. Best of atten
tion paid to customers; free delivery to all parts of the city
uivu tiiuiii ci vim uiiu luwii. uver men niige slock oi lrcsii
French. . O Smiths
Agent for nil NEWSPAPERS,
Papers a specialty.
Hand in your monov and save postage and exchange,
Oflicc at tho Post office.
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aiisl (Ood, Jfa2gLiqjs aqda3.
Lunch at all Hours, Tresa Oity Boer always on Tap.
PuiM-ii, :: :: :: :: :: " Texas.
nut. nY . linnM. nf liv L-lllml nun '
Mrs. Blassinganc oi Gonzales has
been visiting her frieiuU two wtV -and
returned homo last Saturd
This cold, wot blizzard seem
scare the stockmen. 1 guess
on account of grass being so s
The prairies look us if they
Sumo of the farmers are
ing for stalk cutting an
breaking as soon as 'tis dry
This weather serves tin
badly on tho prai.ies whor.
a fair lick at thorn.
Mr. Editor, not mtich noi
some more rain. A little in
less next time by Wcm.WISI
JUST AQ HE EXPECTED.
lie Preached Tlint the Kntl
I have opened up a Millinery Shop in Shiner adjoining S. A.
O.11 nrs & Bros.' storo and will bo glad to see all who need any tiling in
niy line, which consists of
HATS, TEXMIMIlsTQ-- RIBBONS-
'eel confident that I can give perfect satisfaction.
MISS NiLNNIE NOLAN.
Local time tabic of tho San An-1
tonio A Aransas Pass Hallway:
Gonziles mixed, south bound,
passes Shiner at l'2:5o P. M. West
bound at 3:22 P. M.
Waco Express, south, to Yoakum
1.3.1 r..M.-North ';5,(S,P. 11., , -.',
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Ehiaer Lodge, So. Ill, A, 0. U. .
Heat th swond Monday In each
month, lit tUo Moirls hull.
M. U. Woltc.-. )'. M. W.; J. 0.
Iilohm. M V. , 11. 1'', 11011111111111, fore
man,, tTnllui Wohuis, Oveisenr, 13.
P. WoltuM, liooui'der' 1". O. Smith,
Fimuii'.'ci , Lo'in Wagoner. Ilecelvor
Louis Trautwelu. Guide; Gits Pan
newltz, I. W. llniirv Womkon, O. W.
Trustees :E.r. r.uhmanu, Dr, Kid
son. J. A WolUrx Dr. Jildson, M. 13.
Bluoober Lodgo No. 20. 0, D, H, S.
Meet tho first unil third
Monday of eaoh month, at tho Monls
M. E. Wolters, President; John O.
Dlohm, VicBl'rootilouti Alvin lltlm
mol, Hec.; J. II. Huobiier. Tieas.j
Frutiz.T. Mayer, Guide j Otto Uvlu
hause.I. W,; Chus. Kusel, 0. W.i
Trustees: Wm. iVendtlimd, Gils
Luoist'ii, Jullu j Biieger.
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Calfeii tfiS,Clty:Barh'or,;ShnpTor k
neat shave, shampoo or set foam.
Hair cutting in all styles, pompa
dour a specialty. Two comfort
able chair3 and two good work
men.' A. C. Eoepke, Prop.
Shiner, :: :; :: Tex.
Continued from 1st Page.
Eatlilono Lodgoi K, of P.
Meets llrst and third Friday nights
la mii'li month.
E. .T. Mulr. O. C: Louis Culpepper,
V. 0. ; Tom Ouikett, 1C. of It. and H. i
H . A. OurnM, Treus. Si. J. Yonnps,
Prelate. Jack Culpopper. M A., C,
II. Plato, M. F., O. L. Williams. M,
W., V L. MoOurUy, I. O., Charles
ltlehtcr. O G.
3, J- CITY DIRECTORY.
; ' Mayor, . ...J.W. Holloway.
,i Muwlial ,H. II. Locssin.
";',,." BoAltD Or Al.UEKlIANN.
fi' . - I-ouls Wagoner.
Wi. M. E. Woltern.
ff J. C. Blobm.
W, ' K. F. Wolters.
Mi' - B. F. Nave.
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hugely until a late hour at night.
Mr. D. F. Walker returned sev
eral days ago. Have not seen lijm
since bis return but hear ho liked
tho country very well.
Mr. Whit Ramsey, tax collector,
called on tho citizens of our corner
of Gonzales county, last Friday,
and left many of us with lesu cash
than ho found us with.'
Everything H quiet in our
Health very good.
Tho Institute school is doing
Tho young men havo a literary
club at the Institute They meet
.every Friday night." Wish tho
boys' success in their undertaking.
Success to the Gazette, etc.
SAM F. NAVE, M. IX,
Office hetwecn E. F. Ruhmann's
and the drug btoro, .
Calls promptly attended. Resi
dence opposite Mcthodibt church.
. General Henry McOnllou
Scguin was visiting Major Rodi
Gellhorn of thin place lafct Week
lelt Saturday for Rockport to
his sister, Mrs. Brown of
place. Ho is a brother of Gc
Ben McCullough who was kill
Pea Ridge. General Henry
Cullougli served throughout
late war with honorNinu dial
ion and thero are several old
dicrs in this vicinity who '
under his command.
Sunday morning tho foreu
hydrant man, tonguo man
noz'ilo men and a whole lot of
vates gathered on tho c'Ornor by
citv water tank and got ready
drill. After counting.iurtes jt
velopcd that tho eliiilj'.ttas.niissb
The hose nozzlon wejja ljrought
to ueo in tlio hopfMtftlrot hofco
be called up. .Thoitootfnjiuv.
blowing wag all in vaiujhwevcr'as,
it transpired tliat ho' had 'gono to
Hallctsville. The drill will como
off next Sabbath if tho weather
On account of the opening of
tho Galveston Wagon Bridge, the
citizens of Galveston havo provided
for three days of genuine "fun."
Grand street parade (civic and
military), lire department exhibi
tion, oyster roast, fireworks display,
jetty excursion, seino drawing, U.
S. llfo saving den't., exhibition, etc,
Said a drummer on the stroets
tho other clay: "1 heard 1 nun
say tho other day that 'tho only
men who over venture to make
weather forecasts hero in Texas are
new-comers and damn fools,'
Either wo nro all new-comers or
else wo aro all damn fools 0110 or
the other n. we aro all given to
prophesying about tho weather
and will never learn any better. It
reminds us of a remark wo heard
ono day not long since. A travel
ing man said: 'A man needs three
things here in Texas and ho needs
They were both about fifty years
old, the bride and groom, and their
rather hasty wedding, considering
that tho bride's first husband had
only been dead about three weeks,
had created considerable comment.
It seemed that they had been
courting for some time prior to her
first husband's death and so when
lie was finally out of tho wny thoy
couldn't wait as long a3 society do
lmanda people should wail, but
procured tho license and were mar
ried forthwith. All tho boys in
the oountry about gathered together
and determined to givo them a
genuine old fashioned ehaiivari.
'Armed with tin horns, tin pans,
j kettles, bolls, shot guns and every
thing calculated to ninko an 1111
(Carthly din, they surromukd tho
jhouse at night and commenced.
"The pans rattled, tho horns looted
.And tho up-roar was deafening.
(After it had continued for about a
half hour, tho fiont doi.v ij, jerk
lod open and tho newly married
'couple appeared In view, the groom
holding tho lamp up while tho
bride mado a survey ot tho crowd.
iAMiubIi fell on tho serenade and
in the interval the lady was heard
jto say, in a shrill treble voicj that
(iould bo heard a quarter of a mile:
1 ''Young men, aren't you all
ashamed of yourselves a coming
around tho honso with 'all that
noiso and only just the other day
thero was a corpse here in thU
Btonnwnll Institute ISrlefs.
SroNEWAl.E Inst. Nov. 13.
Editoh' Gazette; Tho end oi
the drought has struck tho Stone
wallers It rained yesterday and to-day,
almost all day but slow. Tho land
which is under cultivation ia wet
only about four or five inches at
Mr. Oscar Woodley and wife of
Yoakum are visiting Mr. 'lliomp
ton's family. ,
No siokness with tho oxception
of Mr. Oscar Woodley, Ho has
One nf nlir vounff men went out
buck hunting last Saturday ami I conduiomfor active duties.
A 1-inr.mii of imhlie nonifort will be
maintained, in order that all who them bad all tho year round; these
como may find suitable accomoda-i tlirco things aro an overcoat, an
lions. Round trip tickets will bo umbrella and a palm leaf Ian.'
sold from Shiner tn Houston on ...
Nov. Mth, good to return Nov. l'Jth,
at one fare. At Houston' round
trip tickets can bo bought to Gal
veston for $1.00. Applv -to your
local R. A. & A. P. ticket agent.
S. J. Younos, E. J. Maiitin,
Local ticket agent. 0. P. A.
I L. EIDSON, M. D.,
FHY3I0IA1I AND SUEOEOH,
Oilieo next door to Gravo's drug
Oflico hours at all times
tho day. Calls promptly
tffl J u Wlfl!o
G. STOLZ, Pffo.
W. J. CARNS, ag't,
J. A. MARIK
At the fire company meeting 'answered day and night.
Tuesday night tlie committee "I1-'Shiner,
pointeu 10 tir.iu up uy-iauB n.-jjuifc-
od that tho by-laws wore ready.
Tho report was accepted and by
laws adopted. The meeting waB
held in tho Gazette office and a
motion made and carried that the
fnTVinnnv innot. nevt, SnndaV tnom-
ine for drill and that tho chief Cheapest Peace ror. voun Cloth-
shall call the company together at ,x(t
eight o'clock by ringing tho City I
hotel bell, so that all hearing tho Shiner,
bell next Sunday morning will
know what it moans. A motion
was mailo and carried that tho
chief. Ernst Wancemann bo fined
n. keg of beer for being absent last
Sunday. Tho next mceti
company will bo Tuesd
Nov. 21st at tho K. of P,
this meeting tho final organization
of tho company will no completed
and tho company will settlo down
to business. A full attendaneo at
this meeting will bo hid! 'and tho
GIVE HIM YOUR
ORDERS AND YOU
' WILL BE PLEASED.
Pianos ano Organs.
I handle tho WHEELOCK and tho
STECK & CO. celebrated Pianos.
Estoy, Camp & Co., and Storey
& Clark Organs.
Send all Orders to
Jr JcJcijJLJ w j-JLjJ
; JEWEL R Y .
flF-NEW GOODS AND LOW PRICES.a3
Ho has a full stock of Clocks. Watches. Jewelry and Silver Plated
Wn. Also n. full stock of Spectacles and Evo-Elasses. Watched
Shiner fire company will bo put in and Clocks repaired with care. Goods and work warranted and
I honest dealing with all.