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I'I'III.ISIIKD IIVKllV THURSDAY BY
C. V, WAHI).
Ono Year, Postpaid $1.00
Entered at the Shiner Texas, Post
Office as second class matter.
SHINER, TEX. THU DEO,, 7th, '03.
We call special attention to
tlio advertisement of Charles K.
Ilolchak, which appears in this is
huo of the Gazktiik. Mr. Ilolchak
lias made a movo in tho right di
rection and is the result of what we
have already said about buying
away from home. Oar fellow
townsmen have made numerous
orderB with salesmen from Houston,
San Antonio, Galveston and other
places when they would, if they
had only thought, have made- the
eatno orders with their home mer
chants and kept their money at
home. Mr. Ilolchak has decided
to mako a specialty of tailor-made
clothing ami will blipply every ono
in Shiner and vicinity. Ho makes
the following statement about the
matter: "For tho very s.tine, or
lead money, I will furnish the miiiio
goods and will guarantee just as
good.if not a better fit than you e.m
Set in Houston or any where. I
have started in to work this thing
for all it is wurth.and I want every
body to know it." This is not an
ndveitisoment, but a news item.
We havo started a crusade against
buying away from homo and wo
are going to keep it up. Wo would
not accept an advertisement of Ed
Kinm or any other distant clothing
house if it was paid for in gold iu
advance. This question of buying
away from homo is ono that you
havo never seriously considered be
fore, but wo want you to think of it
well and long now. Quit buying of
traveling salesmen, peddlers and
quacks?, and stand by your true
ii lends, your home merchants.
Ctmznlcs Court House Hurried.
Fire broke out,'ovcr tho sher
iffs office in tho Gonzales county
court house early Sunday morning
and before tho (iro company cuuld
arrivo on the scene the lire was be
yond control. Tho building was a
intal loss, together with many pa
per and county records. Tho (iro
boys labored manfully but were
hampered by a scarcity of water.
lly great effort most of tho valuablo
papers and documents wero saved.
The Gonzales court house had been
built sinco 3S37. and was ono of tho
oldest land marks in this part of
Wo are requested by city rr.ar
shall 11. H. Loessin to state that
tho ordinance published below will
be enforced to tho letter during the
Christmas holidays. Tho ordinance
rcl'rred to reads as follows:
"It shall bo unlawful for any
person or persons to disclmrgo any
lira arms of any description .within
the limits of tho corporation in a
wanner calculated to disturb tho
peiicoof others. Any person or
persons violating this ordinance
snail bo lined ill tho sum of not less
tlrm $10 nor more than $100, pro
vided however that this section
shall not bo construed so as to pre
vent any owner or owners of any
lot or lots within tho corporato lim
its from diseharcinc anv nun' pis
tol or any other firearms on his or
theif'Ow'n premises, nor shall tins
taction apply to any ofiirer who
mav discharge of his official duties
lor to any person who may dis
rhargo anv target riflo or any tar
git pistol in flby target galleiy H
eeiioed by law.
A" Object Lesson.
Tho lire ut Gonzales should bo an
other loson to ucSolrulenburg, Fla
tinio,' IIalIett"villo and Gonzales
havo all had their (ires of recent
date. One nf theso nights tho alarm
w.ill found herein Shiner and none
of us know whoso house will bo the
first to go. We havo plenty of
water now ami a nro company ot
tdxty members. All that is needed
1-t ft keip tho ball rolling and keep
m enthnr-insm in the good work
If we until tl miller an-' Ureptbe
(ninum w( luve now welt drilled
ii 1 il 'n'liiliiio'.siiiiinof lhe"d"VH.
r on iow V'v sntvi oKir fi""-
" wi" V ca'VJ out to mvo th
For tlio Slilncr Flro Depnrlm't.
Tho Gazette will inaugurate a
voting contest this week for tho
purpose of electing a sponsor for
the fire company. The contest will
bo confined strietlv to Shiner and
none but tho ladies of Shiner will
bo voted on. The contest will bo-
gin at once and will closo New
Years morning, when the votes will
be counted and tho lady receiving
the highest number of votes will be
declared elected. New Years night
there will be a Firemen's Ball at
Maurin's hall, and tho chief will
have tho clorious privilgo of lead
ing tho grand inarch with tho suc
cessful young lady. The rules gov
erning the contest will bo as fol
lows: Tho ballots will sell for iivo
cents each and the proceeds of the
contest will go towards buying an
equipment for tho iro company.
Each voter can cast as many votes
as ho or she ucsires anu mero win
be a fair and impartial counting of
tho ballots on New years morning.
The vote and standing of the dif
ferent candidates will bo published
from week to week. Coupons will
be on salo at the drug store, Ga
zette office, Koopko's barber shop,
post oflico and other places of bus
iness in Shiner.
Dilwoiith, Deo. 5th.
LIko Steal, (col.) was breaking a
horso tho other day and it ran uway
with mm and threw him against a
tree, hurting him so bad that he
d'ed two days after.
Mrs. Dan Hice, widow of old Dan
Rice, tho great circus man, is vis
iting Mrs. II. K.Jones. Mrs. King,
of Seguin is also visiting Mrs.Jones
On Fridav Mr. Shah, of Gonzales
and Mr. Leo Kokonut, W. liurknt,
and two of his sons.in-law, John
Shelton, 11 Haynes, II. K. Jone-,
and t-ereral others met at DilwcrtJi
to havo a deer hunt. They hunted
two days and Mr. linrkct killed one
deer the first day. On Saturday
thero was a good deal of shooting,
but they did not get any meat
Wo have been bloscd with fine
rains after a droutn of three
months but coming too late for
Vegitation, but will satisly de
mand!) for stock and other purpos
es. Tho stock will faro badly this
winter lor there aro some people
who will not be, able to feed them.
In riding over tho prairie and woods
dead cattle aro already to bo seen.
Fine acorn mast, but alasl poor
swine he no get 'em; pen built too
high, but the roving turkeys havo
tho privilege of roaming the forest
unmolested and fattening on them.
Changing homes is the order of
tho day among tenants.
Dol. Reaves and vo havo re
turned from the World's Fair. They
report a delightful trip and enjoyed
seeing many curiosities in tho
great city, as well as having tho
plcasuio cf visiting relatives there.
Dr. Minton, who contemplates
locating at Dilworth, four miles
south-west of here, has been around
prospecting, and Rotting acquainted
with people in our section. He
comes among U3 well recommended
as a successful practicing physi
cian. e wisu mm success in no
new location and a liberal share of
patronago from the people.
Mrs. Bratten, ot Leesvillo, is
spending a few days ivith her pa
runls, Mr. and Mrf. S. S. Colo.
Mr. Henry Fitzgorald, of Gon
zales, was around on a business
Our Nickelltes are on n boom.
A blacksmith and wagon, flioj) lias
boon erected, which will bo a great
benefit to the farming class, for
they havo- already begun preparing
; for another crop by stalk-cutting
and turning tho sod.
Our school here, with Mr.
Walker as teacher, is moving on
with good attendance.
Christmas will soon arrivo. The
dear little ones aro beginning to
inquire after St. Nickolas. I fear
his visit will bo delayed.
Enough as news is scarce.
A genuine bluo portlier blow
ug Saturday night about Icn. o'clock
and continued all day Suiidav.
Monday morning there was ice
about a half inch think forum! mid
the wi'u'her was inrn like iiitr
jtlun ut any tl.no kl.liorto Ih'u .& .
Agents for Standard Cultivators,
Mowers and Raises, Newton Wagons,
American Sewing Machines.
Highest Prices Paid for Cotton and Country Produce.
Always in the Lead!
HOPS HND MKLT.
FOR SALE-AT THE ARANSAS PASS. PALACE. FAVORITE and STUERCKE'S SALOONS. '
M. IUCHTEIt AGENT, SHINER, TEXAS.
Mayor, J. W. Holloway,
Marshal R. II. Loessin.
BoAKD Of Al.DKUMANX.
M. E. Wolterti,
J. C. Blohm.
E. F. Wolters.
S. F. Nave.
Blueclier Lodge Ho. 20, 0. D. E. S,
Moots tho llrst ami third
Monday of each month. at the Mori's
M. E. Welters, President ; John O,
Blohtu, Vlcol'iebtdent; Alvln Hum
mel. Hue.; J". H. Huobnor, Trens.;
Flaws J. Mayer, Ould; Otto ISeln
hair.p,I. W,i Olias. Kusel. O. W.
Trustees: Win 1'eiKltlaml, Gus
Liierson, Julius Brleger,
STOVE, Til and HARDWARE!
Galvanized Iron Tanks,
Kl elljetds'zr) (S vj., Q)r)ir)zv, yoxefs.
GENERAL BANKING asd COL
Deposits Received and Paid on
Money Remitted to All Foreign
SURROUNDED BY MYSTERY!
A Great Mistake.
A recent discovers- la that hoadaeher,
dlzztnusi, dullness, confusion of tho'ralnd,
etc., are duo to dorangomont ol tho nervo
conters Tvhlch supply lLo brain with nervo
force! tliat indigestion, dyipopsla, neuralgia,
wind In stomach, etc., arlso from thl) derango
ment of Ihe nerve centers supplying these or
irnns with ner e fluid or force. Thli la llkewlsa
true of many dlsta-iesol the heartandlunjrs,
Tho nerve system is like a telegraph system,
as will bo seen by tuw accompanying
cur- 'ino mue
white lines lire
the nerves whlcJi
convey tho nerve
force from tho
lorve centers to
every part of the
body, just a tho
vrlrsi to eyty
station, lame or
, small. Ordinary
physician) fall to
regard thte factr
instead of treat
ing the nerve cen
ter for the causa
o f the disorders
tliey treat tho
M. V., LL. IJ.. tho
Bf'id'int. nf nprvnu rllaanann.
of miinv noted trout Unn on. tho latter subject
long since reatlzod the truth of the first
Btatementr and his Itestoratlvo Nervino
1 preparotl on that principle. Its success
In curing all dl-joasos arising from derange-
f til. as tne thouiandi of unsolicited toatlmo
IMPORTANT TO INVALIDS.
I have a medieino guaranteed to bo a posltiva cure for all
X-sXxxig -"- AJJLxxLe:n,te .
Testimonials of which can he had upon application. I have, further-'.'!
more, a guaranteed TAPE-WORM Hemcpy, and am .also agent for'
the much famed '
Dr. FAHRWEY (Chicago) herb Medioi-aes
0piiisEnAl!XA8?ro A. SCHIERSMANN.
CON UMPTIO CUBEDI
gF-UEAD THESE TESTIMONIALS:
1.1 I hereby Inform all persons who liavo lunpt discuses that I haver
been cured through tho medlclnoot l)r. Efcklcrnnann. All the doctors had
Blven me up but now I urn better than ever before. I Bh'ethls teallmoulul
for tho beuellt of nil those nflltcted with consumption.
J. Paukcit. West Commerce Street, San Antonio, Tes,
3, I eertlfy that I had a very bad lep for over elshtyoars. 1 had ser
oral doctors but none of them could euro mo. At hist I applied to Dr.
Schlersmann, Shiner, Lavaca county, Texas, who cared rmrin two weeks,,
perfectly. Georgo Zwully, Sahvdo street, San Antonlo.-
J. I hitda bod cold which settled on my lunffs. Ono bottle lit' lunc;
medieino ot Dr. Sohfersmann of Shiner, Lavaca county, Texas cured me.
H.iVeltmann, Braekett, Kinney Co-, Texas.
i, For two years 1 wns afflicted with consumption so that I was unable
towoik. I used several patent medicine which dfif not lolleve me. At
last I csnsulted tho specialist, Dr. Sclliersmuln.n, of Shiner, Lavaca county.
Texas, who cured mo la live montos and now I am ablo to work ugalu. My
tnvdols carpentering. Q, Abo, DH Market street, Denlson, Texas.
5. I certify that the medieino of Dr, Schlersmann of Shiner, Lavaea.
county, Texas, cures consumption.
Iter. It. Parker, 29 Claiborne St., New Orleans,
0.1 I was o diluted with consumption nnd",used'nno bottle of A. Schlera
niaim's medicine uad was tured. J. Grayson, Eufala, I. T.
7.1 I was paralyzed on ono sldo for three years and had several doctors
nono of whom could cure me. At InstI consulted tho speciatst,Dr. Schle
rsuiaan of Shiner, Lavaca county, TexaF, who curedmo in two weeks.
M. Montes, 208 North Cass street, San, Antonio, Tex.
S.) I was 111 for four years with lung trouble and nono of tho doctors I
had could help me. At last I tried Dr. Selitersmann's medicine ot Shiner,
Lavaea county, Tevas, and was completely cured.
IS. Franke, Swiss Alp, Fayette GorTex&,
9.) San Antonio, December 10th, 1837. linowfrom personal experience
that the medieino of Dr. A. Schlersmann uses-nud recommends Is n sure
remedy for tope worm, All who aro afflicted with taper worms will find a.
sure remedy by consulting Dr. &. Schlersmann of Shiner, Luvacn Co.,.Tex.
Anton Adam, Justice of (he'F'eaeev
-A.. SohierSHiann druggist and specialist, for
merly of San Antonio, now located jrr Shiner, Lavaca Co.r Tesas.
uLiUlapoHsosslonoftho compaay maculae
Br. MIIos" EostoratlrNorvlnolsarertabto
tnrlnjr tlio-femody umpl
E.r. ni.inq Knunvni 1 1'
rpma.ly for all nerrous dlseasus, oucU a
hi,-lMtln. nocroiH deblllly. prostration,
'slo'pkis-tncfsi dlzzl'iofW liystcrlir, sonuul lia
bility, St Vitui iliiiH-tr. opllrTwr. ctn. It I
orpiitdlrort.by tlio Or, MUot MftU.al Co.,
RIkhirt. Intl, un rw"lr.t of prlcp. l rfr bot.
1", lx hott'.-. for rtl. o"nn ijrcpol'l.
Well seasoned Wood for sale. $4 per cord. Sold only for