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VOL. 1.
SHINER, LAVAOA COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, DEO 7., 1893.
NO. 23,
A. G. Wangs-emann.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots,
Shoes, Hats and Caps, Groceries,
HARDWARE, WOOD and WILLOWWARE, and
;e
Auknt pou NEW HOME SEWINC MACHINE, WALTER A. WOOD
MOWING MACHINES and RAKES, JOHN DEERE PLOWS,
CULTIVATORS and STALK CUTTERS and BAN
NER PLANTERS.
Also Avery StalkCutters and
Louisville Cotton and Corn
Plantor. I
All kinds of Country
produco bought at high
est market prices. Cash
Paid for cotton Seed.
jfSJT-Seo that Featherbonol
M
LUMBER
Long Leaf Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumber,
X 1 7E aro receiving daily cir loads of LUMBER and our stock is being constantly replenished.
Wo will not Iw undorsold by any lumber Arm in the country. Wo have SHINGLES, SASHES, DOORS,
BLINDS, BUILDER'S HARDWARE and the genuine GMDDEN BARBED WIRE and FIRE-PROOF
BRICK. Wo also deal in Live Stock; our j ard is just below tho Aransas Pass depot. Our clork
and book keeper, G. W. Eschenburg, Bpeaks both German and Bohemian and is too Hell and favorably
known to need any further recommendation at our hands.
olfi&ftSfttx. FLHTO & GREEN,
wmm & mmmmm,
DEALERS IN
o
Ilcntlqunitcrs Tor-
jams' LumberYarc
long- leaf pine, cypress well curb
ing, shingles, sashes, doors and
lllillirlc Genuine Glidden and Waukegin Wire Palling
IMIUUES Wiro Fence, Bnek, Svwcd bmr oak and Mountain
Cedir Posts. Aermotor, Dandy, Perkins and Enterprise Wind Mills.
Pumps, Cylinder Piping and all Plumber's goods. The relebnted
tHmlob iker Wagons; also Buggies, Hacks, Surreys and Vehicles of all
kinds.
J5T0VN LOTS IMPROVED and UNIMPROVED.
I am tlio authorised agent of II, B Shiner and tho San Antonio and
Avnutm P.wa llfillrnad Tnun ffitn Pmninnv fnr tlin (.nil, nf III! f.llfir lots
m the toin of Shiner., " ... ... '.,... "j Ujiigft?'
i propose to pen cveryming line i cirry in biock us e-uuap up uiuouiiw
t,tiVlitv cm be bought elsowliero. I defy ill competition. My clerk,
Mr. Alocrt Moellcr, speaks German, English and Bohemian. I ask
3 ou to e ill and examine my stock before buj ing elsew here
O. 1. WILLIAMS.
TDTtrtr GOO I ,OLOTHING, HATS, CAPS,
BOOTS, SHOES and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS of all kinds.
family, staple and fancy groceries, crockery, glass
ware and tinware and gen 1 nierenanuise ot
ill killfk COMPLLTE LINE OF HARDWARE.
"OP
Jj.i,lfrs,
HereWaiir Free EGG GASES at J. F. MITTANCK'S.
J.E.MERSEBURGER
California Fiuits,
N jts of all kinds,
Tojs,
Fireworks.
Seo our it, 10 nnd 2fi cent
Bnrgtiln Counters.
Shinei,, - Tex.
FARMER'SffiGG OASES.
Whn yon purchase anything at
our storohavotWBmount punched.
Tho caeo is madcu tin, handsome
ly Japanned aiidiPrriampnted. Tho
Fillers aro madSSffcloth paper and
ery durable.jBSaves both packing
and cou n ti n g8T)b"tlateB loss from
iscounte.'and iB an
ornamentjio any home."- This case
will bo given vou when your cash
purchases amount to $20.
grr tf.hiv31-" arc--
(lirnDLun & sciiiumm, r-Rorr.iLTORS.)
FINE WINES, LIQUORS, BEER and CIGARS.
Which are politely sercd at tho bai. Wo respectfully ask tho old
patrons of tho FAVORITE and tho public generally to givo us a call.
SiiinEh, -4 - - Tkws.
HENRY KIXJESST.,,
SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER.
Mr. Kuesel has secured tho solo right to sell tile celebrated
patent hamo liook in Lavaca and DeWltt counties. Ho has
on hand a fino stock of Saddles, Whips, Harness, etc , and
turns out none but first-class w ork.
XTLHUEBNEH,
Asks his old friends and patrons to give hnn a call at his new
etand the BISMARCK SALOON. Leopold Hummel will contnuio
to tend bar for him and polite treatment is guarantied all.
His stock of
WINES, LIQUORS, BEER and CIGARS
Is complete.
SHEHER, - - " TEXAS.
city Meat 1
Sarkete
Messrs, Rndolph Welhausen and L B Riehtor hae purebred tho
meat market oi C II. Flnto and will supply the pooplo of Shiner with
tho best tho country affords They intend to satisfy evtilybod) .
baiMKii, - a w - - - - - Texas,
CHRISTMHS TOYS'
Without end. Tho best As
sortmont of
HOLIDAY GOODS
Evei hflcrod for sale in Shine.
SKK TIIOSU ISK.VUTirUI
UOLLS!
Free Dolivery to all Parts
CITY.
o-J.soi-.i3srs
BY THE GALLON.
J. F. EfZITTAWCK,
SIIIA'Elt, TUX AS.
FRESH
family,
staple
and fancy
GROCERIES.
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE,
and' TABLEWARE; tho
best in Shiner.
Call and see my splendid line of
fancy
glassware
vases, mugs,
pottery etc.
Correspondence.
OULTOJSr.
IlI'S LOOATi NEWS.
Moulton, Texas.
Well Thanksgiving Ins cpmo
and gone and wo aro still tin deck
read lor tho Christmas turkoy.
Mi s Mallie Franks returned
home fiom Yoakum last week,
wheio sho has been visiting friends
and relatives.
Sam Monro wont over to Ilal
lettfullo Fiiday.
Deputy Sherill' Wm. Luecke lias
been busy this wet k gatheung up
the boj s w ho ale wanted over at La
Grango as wilnesses in tho Burkett
case, which is get for tho Oth.
Piof. Robertson, accompanied by
Mises Lin i Perlltz and Amelia.
Kotzebue. paid tho Prairio City a
shoi t visit Thursday.
Geo. Yeager, Frit Helivig and
Ed Bruiin, went down to Jtockport
last week on a pleasuio trip.
Albert Moeller, ofivour city, was
over on businost Wednesday.
J W. Mateer Flatomo and Moul
ton's popular lumber dcalei, vvi.S in
the cilj Fnday,
Col (i. BuCj-oher went over to
Fhtnnin Siftirdny on businesx.
Wiley 'lliorntou, of Nlokel, was
In town Fnday.
Prof. Robertson was purchasing
a big money purso the othci da
Isn't it a pity wo all can't Vie
Bchool teacheis?
The "Kid" don't want to bo
thought curious, bt.t will 'Noli
Bene" kindly inform us who burnt
the hotel mm's wood while tint
charming young (?) advotite of
woman's rights was hero?
Km
EniTon Gazhtte'
Col. J. H. Anderson, Dr R. A
Weddington, Messis. G. J. Bohnen
kamp, Wm. Luekc, P. J. Helwig,
Fritz Lueke.C. S Kaiser,Ed Bochm,
Ed Balhom, Lawience Hull.'Squiro
T. J. Jackson and neaily twentj
other citizens of this community
wero summoned to appear before
tho distiict court in I.aGrange,
Tuesday, Gth lust, in the Burkett
case.
Mr. C. A Weige, a prominent
eitizenofNew Ulm, Austin eounty,
spent a few dajs last week visiting
the family Of Mr. F. J. Helwig.
Mr. Adolph Weige, of Yoakum,
was also a visitor at tho eauio
honso.
Mr. Wm. Hancord.of Rutersvillo
paid a visit to tho family of Mr. D.
Niemoyer.-" od '"
M.r. Robt. Burkctt, of Yoakum,
was in town Saturday.
Miss Annie Nolani of Clieapidc,
sa visitor at tho letilcnco of her
hei's family.
Prof. Jas. Cherry, of Yoikum,
oame up Saturday on a visit to his
father's family in tho suburb m
vill.igo of Moulton Institute.
Misses Lena Perlitz and Emilio
Ivuuebue. accompanied bv Jlr. N.
Robertson, ran doi n to Shiner on
thanksgiving day and whilo there
niv ided the sanctum of theSillNm
Gv7hTTfc. Tho joung ladies wero
pleased with tho polito attentions
of the GAj'nriE's couitly editor nnd
his explanations of the mj bteneu
ot the art pieservativo.
Mi, C W. Wur,d, editor and pub
lisher of tho Sm.MJK Gazette, was
in Moulton last week, and with his
usual bright sinilo and hearty
hand-shako was taking subscrip
tions and advertisements. By tho
way tho Shim k Gazfttl isqulto a.
fuorito with our people.
Tho Moulton school concert will
take place on tho evening of tho
21st instead of the 23rd, as heieto
foio stated. A very entertaining
program is being ai ranged and tho
teaeherSf assisted by expert local
talent, will do ever) thing to mane
it an enjoj ablo occasion.
AiranRemcnts havo been made
for putting in a hundred and twenty
feet moie black-boarding in tho
school house.
Mr. C. M . Kotzebuo nnd his
daughter Miss Eliza, were much
pleased with thur visit to Bcnaid,
(Cdntinujd on 5th pie.)
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