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. G. Wangemann
1 if Goods,
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SHINER, LAVACA COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, NO 7, 23, 1893.
5, Going, BootSs
Shoes, Hats and Caps-, Groceries,
HARDWARE, WOOD and WILLOWWARE, and
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Aqbst for NEW HOME SEWINC MACHINE, WALTER A. WOOD
MOWING MACHINES and RAKES, JOHN DEWRE PLOWS,
CULTIVATORS and STALK CUTTERS and BAN
Also Avery Stalk Cutters and
Louisvillo Cotton and Corn
All kinds of Country
produce bought at high
est market prices. Cash
kTaid for Cotton Seod.
0a3?-Sca that Featherbonol
Long Leaf Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumber.
E aro rccoivlng dally car loads of LUMBER mul our stock is being constantly replenished.
Wo will not bo undersold by any lumber firm in tho country. Wo have SHINGLES, SASHES, DOORS,
BLINDS, BUILDER'S HARDWARE and tho genuine- GMDDEN BARBED WIRE and FIRE-PROOU1
BRICK. Wo alsodcal in Live Stock; our vard is just below the Aransas Pass depot. Our cln .
and book keeper, Ot,-yf. Escbenburg, speaks both German and Bohemian anil is too well and favor.il'' .
known to need any further recommendation at our hands.
Call and See Us at
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nzznr qooDS, clothing, izjTi
BOOTS, SHOES and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS of ai.t, kinds.
family, staple and fancy groceries, crockery, glass
siapie ami laiicy groceries, erocivery, glass
andftinware and gen'l merchandise of
l'lllfl! COMI'LETE LINE OF HARDWARE.
i long leaf pine, cypress well curb
ing, shingles, sashes, doors and
M-fle Genuine Glidden and Waukegan Wiro, Palling
AillOt yifo Fence, Brick, Sawed burr oak and Mountain
Cedar Po-ts. Aermotor, Dandy, Perkins and Enterprise Wind Mills.
Pump'- " Under Piping and all Plumber's goods. Tho celebrated
yStiMliJi -KJWiigons; also Buggies, Hacks, Surreys and Vehicles of all
&&-TGWN LOTS IMPRCv'ED and UNIMPROVED.
I am the authorized agent of II. B. Shiner and tho San Antonio and
Aransm P;ie lMfroud Town Sito Company for tho sale of all their lots
in tho to-vyn of'STiincf-
I nrow3o to sell ovo'rvthiiiE that I carry in stock as cheap as tho same
quality can bp,J)ftUglvtmvliero.yj,Ij3cfyiMalUcumpetiti)ii. My clerkf
air. Albcrt'Jioeucrrspealca uerman, isngiisii anu jjonemian. i asu
you to call and examine my stock beforo buving elsowhcre.
C. L. WILLIAMS.
Here's Your Free EGG CASES at J. F. UEITTASTCK'S.
taikt utiJai ticSa oMs nrStaXd is&i
FARMER'S EGG OASES.
When yon purchase anything at
our store havo tho amountjpunched.
Tho case is mado of tin, handsome
ly Japanned and ornamented. Tho
Fillers aro mado of clollinmper and
very durable Saves boljj,packing
and counting, obviateoJlSs ' "from
breakage and miscoiints.'Jahd is an
ornament to anylmtneglffiliiijcasa, fflS
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mil bo giveivyoirwben your "cash
purchases amount to !f20.
w. -f;-- I'zjxttimaminiix I ,i'& .
and TABLEWARE; the
best in Shiner.
Nuts of all kind",
j " Fireworks,
Su, our C, 10 mul 25 cent
fli'iiti, - M - Tex.
r 'y tf. !k TJf'7T t
tl I C? Oi-ilL.
(lin:t!)I.EH A SCHRAMM, I'ltorRIETORS.)
IFINE WINES, LIQUORS, BEER and CIGARS.
hiich are politely served at tho bar. Wo respectfully ask tho old
patjis of tho FAVORITE and tho public generally to give us a call,
S,uH, - - - Texas.
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)DLE AND HAKNESS MAKER.
KueseL has secured tho solo ripbt to sell tho celebrated
b-it name hook in Lavaca and DeWitt counties. He has
liiimt a line Rtoek of Saddles, Whips, Harness, etc., and
out nono but hrst-class work.
J. H. HUEBNER,
his old friendB and patrons to give him n call at his new
stanl BISMARCK SALOON. Leopold Hummel will continue
to tehr for him and polite treatment is guaranteed all.
TIMS, LIQUORS, BEER and CIGARS
SRER, - - - TEXAS.
7JJ.S. ife.M UJ
Jj Rudolph Welhansen and L. B. Richter havo purchased tho
of C H. Flato and will supply tla 5eiplo of Shiner with
:ountry affor Is. Tliay intend to satisfy everybody.
Watch this spaco
For my advertisement of
Goods and Toys.
Freo Delivery to all Parts
BY THE GALLON.
J. I M1TTAW0K,
Call and soo my splendid lino o
IT'S LOCAL NEWS.
Moultos, Nov. 20.
Editor Gazette: A mnsieal
and histrionic concert was given at
tho Kotzebue hall on Friday eve
ning, 17th of November by tho
ladies of Monlton assisted by the
Monlton band, to raise money for
purchasing an- organ for the school.
All tho participants acquitted them
selves so creditably that it would
be discriminating to givo personal
mention of any. After tho concert
an oyster supper was given by tho
ladies in tho dining hall of Kotze
buo's hotel, for tho same benefit.
Both concert and Biippcr were
heartily enjoyed by all present.
Tho publio heart of Monl
ton beats for tho publio school and
tho people aro giving' their moral
support to tho teachers in their ef
forts to perfect tho .system begun
by former teachers. Some pepplo
flatter tho principal, but tho prin
cipal says the associuto is a
Pearl-(itz) of a teacher,
Dr. Lancaster is in Rockport on
a pleasure trip.
Overcoats wero conspicuous, in
Monlton on tho 18th and 10th.
On Nov. 19th occurred tho bap
tism of Elsie, infant daughtor;of
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph JaeglVKew
Gott'.ob Happ officiating. (
Catholic; Father licnos, pre
siding; services, second and fourth
Sundays at thu Catholic church.
Methodiit: Rev. Killough, pre
siding; services, third Sunday, 4
o'clock p. m. at tho public school
Baptist: Rev. Fonts, presiding:
eervicos, fourth Sunday, 4 o'clock
p. m. at tho public school house.
Union Sunday tchool, every
Sunday at 3:30 p. m. at tho public
echoolhouse. Nota Bene.
ninultoii Public Schools.
Albert Novak, Walter Fchren
kamp, Fritz Krueger, Henry Lin
bcrger. Frank Krenek, Bombard
Janssen, John Gasek, Frank Sil
man, Joe Novak, Anton Bustejov
sky, Ferdinand Neskorik, Emil
Kolas, Frank Meisetscbluegor, Joo
Meisetschlaeger, Frank Miculka,
Otto Miculka, John Rothbaur, Fr.
Watzl, Joo Selman, Willie Kocntz.
John Nachlinger, Vincent Naeh
linger, John Kalesok, Jacob Ktilo
sek, Joe Kalesok, Einina Balhom,
Anna Kranse, Lizzie Kruogcr. Anna
Gasek, Annie Seidel, Ella Willberg,
Mary Selman, Louise Meyer, Sally
Jackson, Pearl Neely, Ettio Rcoves,
3Iari Neskorik, Adalina Miculka,
Karolina Miculka, Johanna Jilck,
Muri Jilek, Milada Selmanf Agnes
Gast, Annio Meisetschlaeger, Mary
Elster, Marid Nachlinger, Emillo
Itothbaur, Annio ForEcb, FJorcu-
Studies prescribed: Reading,
chart and first re.ulerj f-pelling, all
words in first reader; numbers to
100; writing; oral language; draw
ing and object lessons; manner
and morals, incidental.
SECOND MIA DC!
Charles Puslejovsky, Ernst Koo
nig, August Linberger, Willie I.in
berger. Reuben Wond. John Wood,
Alois Krenek, George Y ager, John
Brass, Otto Novak, John Novak.
Joo Seidel, Rolv rt Vo. ..li r, Eddie
Boehm, John Mr, F.'i'il: ,Llck,
Anton KoI.h, Georjs"1 Jannsi-n,
Werner Corde", August El-ter, Joof
Nachlinger, Stanis Reishl, Agnes
Pnstcjovsky, LnuUoKoeuig, Emma
Katzebuf, Sophie Knapik. Anr.ic
Jlraz. Julia Iluehek, Di-lla Krause.
Lillie Kanz, Mary Tersi h, Julia
Miculka, Francis, Miculka, Louito
Studies prescribed: Se,i.nl nail
er; spelling, writing; lmi'iuagi' les
solis; priinarv arithmi'tie; olie-t
lessons; drawing; morals and man
ners. THIRD ORADEl
Maro Woodley, Louis .lam-sen,
Lewis Lancaster, Doe Hrulu's, Sam
Monro, Roland Wood, Willie K. t
zebuo, Julius Kotzi bun. C'liarlaj
Krn.-ger, Frank Krause. Joe K'bis.
Vincent RWi.nrt, Vladimir P
.Willie Ja'H ,, TmaDiie1