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'i iii'.'- agents are
li 1 H. S. Cok'.
Ibu lihcini I'. I'. Cox.
Moult in 'I'. V. Jackson.
Dii,ui tli .1. TI. Bramham.
AH iKt M i: I'oii
tter get yuti on overcoat.
( "lifornia fruits at Mcrsebcr
gcr's. Mersebergir pays cash for
Dr. Nave lias a fine rcsidenco
Bimark Saloon for 0. D. If.
Clo to llio Bismark Saloon for
.0. D. II. S. cigar.
C. I.. Williams lias received a
carload of cement.
Dr. Pchlcrsmann has n positive
cure for tape worm,
Win. Green went to Gonzales,
Tuesday, on business.
Otto Kocbler went to Victoria,
Tuesday, on business.
Monday night was Iho dark
est night ie over saw.
Rod seal cigars and fine tobac
cos at the City bakery.
"My Favorite," cigars on sale
nt the Favorite Saloon.
Wanted, 10,000 bushels of corn
at A. G. Wangcmann's,
F. Bohne of Cucro was visit
ing Win, Lau this Meek.
Go to Flato & Green for cheap
barbed wito and lumber.
Sco that fancy Christmas toy
counter at Mersebergor'e.
Henry Scbarnberg was twenty-five
years old, Sunday.
t W. I). Wofford was in Cheap
sidi soveral days this week.
Get your turkev. I've got the
cranberries. .1. p. Mittanck.
Go to Wo tors Bros, for Hamil
ton Brown's boots and shoes.
Sample copies of the Gazette
can be had at the Post olllce.
If you want to sell your corn
fr cash go to FJalo it Green.
Will Buesing left for Victoria
Wednesday on a week's visit.
Barbecued meat on hand every
day at tbo City butcher shop.
Instead of rcnl ing. buy n house
id lot fiom Jno. M. Krucgor.
Adolph Hinrorhs went home
on a visit to Ellinger this week.
Mrs. Win. Green lias boon
quitr sick for the last week or io.
I tank Nccley of Moulton vis
ited the Gazette' office, Tuesday.
Car load of flour at Mittanck's
nt $3.00 per barrel; 00 cents per
Sir. Henry .Tungerman of Gon
zabs will remove to Shiner this
Gust. Blueher of Fhitonia wes
here .-nmday visiting his brothel
John. ' -'
Apples, pecans and best as
soi Uncut of candies at Ed. Cole,
Call and get one of thoso put
cut staple pullers at C. L. Williams.'
ino behulcnburg Ulobe was
all salutatory and valedictory this
Anton Zahil and Rosa Vail
gura will be married, Tuesday
Dr. Smith and Master Harry
Foils have been on .the sick list
l'or sale Una sqnaro piano
(Emerson) $75.00 cash. Apply at
The public schools enjoyed a
Holiday Monday, on account ol tile
Car load of Hour lust leceived
at Mittanck', which he will sell at
Jf -4 per barrel,
MlssJIolllo Franks came up
from Moulton, Tuesday, to attend
the M. I. T. ball,
J. M. Bell of Stonewall was in
town, Tuesday, to meet his sitters,
Mrs. Flv mid Mrs. Watts, both of
Cuero, who came on a few days
Visit to the family of Mr. Bell.
M'oll seasoned wood for ealo by
August Schmidt. M.00 per cord.
Sold strictly for cash,
" Tbo Gazette's staunch old
friend, Joe Hcrzik returned from
San Antonjo, Monday.
Ficsh oysters at tho city bak
ery; price per dozen, stewed, 30 cts;
tried, du cts; raw. JJ cts.
Thero have been received in
Shiner up to date between 3500
and 3G00 bales of cotton.
Jim Francis had charge of tbo
Gonzales mixed, Sunday, Conduct
or Conoly taking a day oil'.
Wo acknowledge receipt of
cash subscriptions lrom Fritz
Wunderlich and Joe Kopecky.
Mr. C. W. Laas of Shelby was
visiting his daughter, Mrs. Dr.
Scbarnberg in Shiner last week.
Welhausen it Ricbter sold,
Monday, S0."2 pounds of hideB to
C. Siewerrsen & Co. of Houston.
We tell tho genuino Gliddcn
and Waukegan barbed wire at 3
cents per lb. Flato uiieen-.
Wo received cash subscriptions
from Frank Culpepper, Irormira
Baca and Tom Collins, last week.
Wo sell tho genuino Gliddcn
and Waukegan barbed wire at 3
cents per lb- Flato & Giihen.
Wo fell tho genuine Glidden
and Waukegan barbed wire at 3
cents per lb. Flato it Gheen.
The section men in chargo of
P. L. McCurdy are busy this week
clearing away tho wrecked seed
Itudv Flato came homo Mon
day on a visit. Rudy had a bad
cold and' a bad attack of home
Seydler it Eschenburg have a
full stock of ladies' woolen ware,
such as shawls, hoods, fascinators
Joe Kubola, living about four
miles south of town, is dangevpus-
ly ill ot congestion. He is attend
ed bv Dr. Eidson.
Welters Bros, bavo received
tbo largest stock of clothing over
offered for tale in Shiner. Call and
examine their stock.
Tho rain dampened the soil to
tho depth of about twelve iiichea on
level ground and about six or eight
inches on rolling ground.
Charlie Eschenbcrg, Fritz
Wundoilieb, Will Hollas, Henry
Scharnberg and Aug. Rcmmers
wept to Yoakum, Sunday.
Wo are getting a good corps of
agents and elloi Is will no made to
place the Gazette in every home
in Lavaca and Gonzales conn tied.
John W. Wiseman returned
Sunday from a trip out west. It.
was about oighly miles west o'
Shiner .on. Willow creek during lib.
Dr, S. F. Navo was called out
to Willie Herder's, Mondav, to at
tend Mi-. Herder's littlo eighteen
months old boy who had dislocated
Dr. Eldson was called out into
tho country Tuesday night to nt
tend Muster Bishop Blake, who
was taken seriously HI Tuesday
Fritz Ilnckfeld came in and
left a cash subscription for th.
GAZBTTS.Tnesda'. Fritz intends
rpniovealo Columbus, ColoradoCo,
Call and see Seydler it Esch
enburg's full stock of ready made
clothing and overcoat"' before pur
chasing el'owhere. ineir price,
will suit you.
Foreman Robert Hand, who
has been busy this week putting in
new ties, says ho wants it under
stood tli.it nothing but Captain
Anton Konecny and J. J. Ko
pecky went out.towards Gopzales
Sunday nnd returned Monday,
They gave an exceedingly good re
port ot then' trip.
Holchack's wido awake clerk,
Charlie Ricbter, celebrated bis
nineteenth birthday. Monday
Here's wishing you many returns
ot tho same, Charlie,
Willio Emlcr has a pet wolf
seven or eight months old. It is of
the gray loater species and it as
largo as a good sizttl dog. There
was a litter pt young wolves found
near Shiner last spring and Willie's
pet is ono of them. It is vorv shy
and is an inveterate chicken thief.
AVoltcrs Br4s. burned nil of
their old garden seeds, Monday.
All of this last season's seeds w ero
dostroyed and thoy will lay in an
altogether fresh stock.
The cold snap Monday put
everybody to putting up stoves and
getting up cord wood. E. I Ruh-
raann did a land onico business in
boaters all day Monday.
Woltcrs Bros, have tho finest
stock ofdioss goods in Shinor.
They aie of every color and variety.
Call around and look at the goods
that crowd their counters.
A very largo bell has boon ob
tained from E. F. Ruhmann and
will be hung over tbo city water
works tank and used for an alarm
bell for tho Shiner firo department.
Mrs. Willis of Hallotsville re
turned with Mrs. Thomas Hughes,
Monday and will remain hero some
time on a visit. Mrs. Willis is
very low with that dread destroy
C. L. Williams is tho agent for
the genuino Waukegan and Glid
den barbed wire and warrants all
wiro sold by him to bo in perfect
condition and uninjured by con
tact with salt water.
Editor Fabian' of tbo Obzor
called at the Gazette office Satur
day. He was on his way to Fla
tonia on business. Mr. Fabian is
a man of marked ability and is
well known throughout this part of
C. K. Holchak's conies out
this week with a splendid adver
tisement ot his now stock ot goods.
Mr. Ilolcbak means to attract your
trade and has one of tho finest
stocks of goods ever offered for sale
Fritz, the shoo leather tourist,
resumed his migratory habits one
day last ncek and departed for
other climes. We can never count
on his residence among us to. any
degree of permanency as he is more
restless than indolent.
Wo had tho pleasure- Sunday
of meeting Editor T. J, Locko of the
Yoakum Graphic, at the depot in
Yoakum. "Mr. Locke is an able
and experienced newspaper man
and tho Uraphic will no uoubt
prosper tinder his management.
At the Palace saloon in Shiner
Texas you will find tho best of
drinks, the fipost cigars anil cool
Lone Star beer." My bartender,
Anton Konecny speaks both Ger
man and Bohemian.
A, W. Hinhichs, Mgr.
From now until January 1st.
I will sell my saddles, harness,
bridles; whips and everything I
keep in stock nt tho very lowest
figures as I desire to close up my
business by that time.
Quito a number gathered at
the home of Otto Kocliler Sunday
and bad a general good time. There
were present .Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Pfeil. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Pfeil and
Fritz Pfeil and family. Aside from
the stormy weather tho occasion
was a most cr.joyablo one.
In mayor's court, Saturday,
before mayor pro tern. John l .
Blobm, constable Ofto Koehler wan
tried on a charge of committing an
assault (in Win. Lau, on Saturday
Nov. nth at Morris' saloon. The
jury decided that Otto was endeav
oring to pt-eBorvo ord.er at tho time
and found him not guilty,
Wo call attention to tho adver
tisement of the Dr. Miles Medical
Company, which appears in this is
sua of the Gazette. Their Ner
vine. Heart Cure, Tonic, Blood Pu
rifier, Nerve ,and Liver Pills, etc..
aru sold on a positive guarantee,'
and wo have no doubt are remedies
of merit. Sold by Aug. Grave.
At the Lone Star hall on Sun
day Nov. l&th at 2 o'clock a
Schuetzen 'Verein ride club will be
organized. 'You ore all invited to
bo present ind take part in (be
proceedings. This club will be
known ai tho Lono Star Schuetzen
Verein Ritle Club,
Wabnken it Hassjiann.
A largo party, consisting of
about fifty Mexicans, in chargo of
several gentlemen from Hunter in
the central pat of the state, passed
through Shiner Monday en route
to Bntzoiia county, where tho man
irt charge of tile party has purchas
ed a tract of 40)000 acres of hind
wlib h tho Mexicans' are to improve.
THE DUOUGHT BEOEEN,
Flash tho Good 2evs 'JCrlttm-
lilinntly Over tho Land.
On Saturday night about mid
night a small cloud appeared in the
west, wijich grew and grew, until
tbo heavens were overcast by heavy
masses oi gray clonus ana tho ram
commenced falling slowly at first,
accompanied by heavy wind but by
noon Sunday It had increased to a
genuine downpour nnd continued
all Sunday night and all day Mon
day. Tho ground was thoroughly
soaked and cisterns, wells and
creeks replenished onoo more. Bus
iness men are jubilant and realize
that tho ram means a revival ot
trade, tho cominc ot better times
and a return of confidence and bus
iness stability. To the farmer the
rain wasn God-send but stockmen
as a rule, would bavo preferred con
tinuous dry weather for BOmo
months yet as tho rain will rot the
grass and destroy what littlo range
there is now. Wo quoto John liar
wood as follows;
'I would rather it had not rain
ed boforo next spring; this rain will
rot .the grass and chill tho cattle
and has come too late to do tbo
stockmen any good. It is good for
tho farmers, though, I am
thinking of sowing ryo for pastur
age this winter. I believe it would
do firHt-rato since this rain came."
Tho abovo voices the opinion of
most cattlemen, Tho Gazette
docs not claim to bo an infallible
prophet but Vfo'waut to go on rec
ord as regards next year's cotton
crop. We believe next season this
country .will have the largest crop
of cotton in ten years. Preserve
this copy of tho Gazette and if tho
above prediction docs not come truo
return the copy containing this
prediction and wo will make you a
present of a year's subscription to
An Am to Grind.
Editou Gazette: Wo wish to
write you a few lines and it you
will bo so kind as to publish them
frco of charge wo will promise not
to troublo you again that is not
until wo have another a'xo to grind,
and this is what is pestering us
now, or we would never have dared
to pick up a pen to address an ed
itor ot whom wo stand in very
groat awo; but Mr. Editor wo have
a most awful big axe to grind and
we can't mako a success of tho jobj
witnout tne am oi our neighbors, so
wo come to you for Assistance, feel
ing sure vou will lend a helping
hand. Next Friday coming at
Kotzcbue's hall, wo Moulton folks
will give a concert, consisting of
vncju and instrumental eolos, duets,
etc; interspersed with recitations.
Admittance to concert twenty-five
cents. After tho concert oysters,
cake and coffee will bo served in
the Kotzebuo hotel bv tho ladles of
Moulton, and wo want to Buy to
everybody to come hungry and
bring his two best girls. Your
conespondent at this placo prom
ised to writo this-for us, but "char
ity begins nt homo" you know, and
be had other fish to try In the
tbapo of getting off to tho coast for
a week or ten ujh-s- and lelt us the
line to hold. Ilnpinuto see vou all
Friday 'ith smiling faces' and
pockets full of money, wo close.
Moulton. Nov. 12th.
A. G. Wangcmann's seed house'
near the Lone Star beer depot col
lapsed .Monday morning from over
woight. The house contained about
300,000 pounds of cotton seed, bag
ging and ties. Mj. Wangcmanu
removed the seed to another house
without serious loss. The- wreck
brought to an abrupt termination
an interesting go,mo of "seven-up"
which was in pi ogress in the ad
joining seed house. Nato Austin
bad just turned jack and Haywood
Hannah was on the point of beg
ging when the crash came. In the
noise and' confusion that followed
ton cents mysteriously disappeared
from tho bp'ardi This was the most
unfortunate featuro of the whole
Chief imtl tho Major hi Trouble.
Ernest Wancotnann nnd Otto-
Walter went to Halletsville. Sun
day, on business, Coming back
Sunday night in the rain they ran,
into an open switch nnd hsd a
disastrous wreck. John Hnnvood
says; "Dave said, 'somebody rodo
up to tho Btablo long about nnio
o'clock Sunday night bareback and
as wet as a drownded rat. The
water was strearnin' lrom bin bead
nud,arunnin' down the back of
his neck in a stream as bia as mv
arm. I had no sortor.ide.i'tyho it was
bill oye and bye he spoke up ana
said, -why in thunder don't vou
come out and get this horse, do
you spose I want to stay out hero
and drown?' and then I knowed it
was Otto. I 'says, 'wlierc'o tho
borseV and Ofto says, durued if I
know; I left him and Ernst out
thero on tho prairio somewhere.'
and I says, 'whore's tho buggy?'
and Utto says, 'it's all along tin
road from hero to Halletsvillo and
if you want it you'll have to take a
basket and go back nnd pick up tho
pieces.' Along about eight o'clock,
Monday morning tho other horse
came in looking as though he bad
been staked out on tho prairio a I
All those knowing themsi'lvcs in
debted to mo will plcaso come for
ward and settlo by Nov, Ijth. as I
need money to close up my business.
Settle with either me or J. II.
Iluebner at tbo Bismarck saloon.
Shiner, Texas. C. WaoeNeh.
All Important Iitistiu-SH Ghnngc.
In tho nature of a surprise camo
tho news Tuesday morning that.
Emil Ruhmann had sold out his
hardware stoio and tin shops to
Charles' Welhausen.. fJMr. Ruh
mann has been in business In Shi
ner for the last fivo years and is
well and favorably known nil
through this section. Ho will re
move to somo other locality and
re-engage in business. Mr. Wel
hausen is a solid, substantial, con
servative business man and. that
tho new firm will prosper goes
without saying. Gus. Rubmann,
the other member of the firm, is
one of tho Shiner young men who
number their friends' by tbo legion.
The Gazette extends tho now firm .
its best regards. Its Teaders should
watch its columns for the new tul
vertisement which will appear next
A daughter was born Thuisday
night, Nov, 10th, to Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Merseburgor. Mother and
child doing well. Dr. M, L. hid
8on was in altcndnnce.
UF.OKNT IIOTIX Aitnii VT.3
WISEMAN HOI SE.
D. W. James, Waco; J. '" M'
ler. Paris; W. G. Perry, N. w ork ,
Georgn Martin, Houston l. ('.
Bell, Fort, Worth; Henry K'..( ,,!. r.
Austin; Joe Ilerzik, San .', .umio;
C. C. Harrison. Dallas.
When yon havo dandruff call
on A. C. Koepke. Ho will cure tho
worst case with his celebrated
(Wo have tried tho abovo and
found it t" be all it is advertised to
be, Wo had always heard that
dandruff -was irtcurablo but Mr,
Koepke seems trt have discovered
an unfailing remedy. Edi)
J. Zeiske. Bellvillo; Henry O'lo,
Ottine; P. A. Redmond, I'ab.nia,
H.Zairie,-Flntnnia; Chas. l.nutzen,
Galveston; W. K. Sullivan. Flaton
inj A. A. Rose, Flatonia; R. Ellert,
Cuero; J. F. Figner, Huntsvllle; J,
M, Miner, Kentucky; A. G. Gold
blatt, J. S. Davidson, Houston; A.
Nordmann, San Antonio; Charles
Fuese, Cuero; Mrs. C. Tucksr and
Bart Bttrkott had twenty-four
vfillmliln tnvLroxa ntnlr.n from li.a
place over on thoriver. They were
of an ususually fine breed and
were valued at w.au a pair, fio
clue to the thief,
Mrs. Mary Christian, sister of'
John and Ed. Merseburgor. died
Thursday morning, Nov. Oth of
consumption after having been lit
for. nearly nino months. Her rt"
mains were tnkon to Giddings for
interment, Thursday eve. Sho was
aged thirty yeanf and lelt three!
children ono a biiby only seven
moriths old. LaBt February Mrs.
Christian had a severe attack of
tho grip which dov"elopcd into con
sumption and resulted in her
death last Thursday. During hotf
last illness she exhibited a christ
ian resignation and endured th
jsreatest suffering with horoic paJ
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