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NORTH SND RHILROKD H1ZENUEP
GHRNES hnd BRO,
.. .-. .4. .. .$. .4.
These gentlemen are prepared to fit you out in first-class style
in the line of family Groceries, toiiet articles and glassware
They also deal in all kinds of country produce. Best of atten
tioii paid to customers; free delivery to all parts of the city
Give them a call and look over tiieir large stock of fresh
staple and fancy groceries.
fa. Oo Smith,
Agent for all NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES,
Papers a specialty.
Hand in your monDV and savo postage and exohange.
OMce nt the Post office.
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, unADQUAnTniia ron
Lunch at all Hours.
Siiinei:, :: :: ::
Fresh City Doer always on Tap.
:: :i Texas.
I liavo opened up a Millinery Shop in Shiner adjoining S.
Cirncs & Bros.' store and ".ill bo glad to see all who need anything in
my line, which con6iis of
I feel confident that I can givo perfect satisfaction.
v.tr tral i-s
NEXT BOOR TO WOLTERS' BROS.
The test of Wines, Liquors and Boer, Klein's best
oigars on sale.
Bhiaor LoJg- No. Ill, A. 0. TJ. V.
Meats tl second Monday In each
luontli, ut the Mouls hall.
M. H Voltera, V. U. Xf. J 0.
Ulolun, M. W. , E. T, Iluhniunu, Pole
iiiun,, Julius Wolais, Ovi'iseui. 1..
V, Wolteis, Itoeotilcr- 1 O. Sniltli,
Flnanceer; Lould Wagoner, lieoelvei
r Louis Tratitweln, G1111I0; Gus l'an
newltz, I. W Hnrv Weinkon, O. w
Ti uslees : E. T . Uuhmann. Di. Uid
yjon. J. A. Woltera l)r. Lidson, M. E.
SAM P. NAVE. M. D.,
Offico between E. P. Ruhmnnn's
" and the drug stoie.
i "Calls promptly attended. Resi-
donee opposito Methodist church.
UECI3XT HOT1X AK1UVAW
rft1"' u "u1"
Call on tho City Barber Shop for a
neat shave, shampoo or sea foam.
Hair cutting in all styles, pompa
dour a specialty. Two comfoit
nblo chaiis and two good work
men. A. C. Koepke, Prop.
Shiner, ;: :; :: Tex.
L. EIDSON, 31. D
PEYSIOIAN ADD SUEGEOlf.
Ollico next door to Grave's drug
store. Ollico hours at all times
jduting tho dvy. Calls piomptly
C. llcase, Now YorUj G. W. Bru-. answered day and night,
ler, Omaha; T. B. Folloit, Marblo
; Falls: T. M. Walker, Gonzales! R
1Q. Cieusad and family. II. W.
Christian, New Oilcans; Fiank
Mills; S. II. Newton, S.m Antonio;
..Miss Anna Nolan. Moulton; P.
' Maurin; Mam in Station; David
Ilovt, San Antonio; A. Meudlovctl.
' Houston; J. M. Das-ley, Ft. Worth.
f' CUV HOTEL.
I II. 15. Normcntz, Richmond; N.
U. HODCHHon. immuun; jwmiy
Kotzebue, Molly Kotzebue. una
Peilitz. Monlton: E. D. Powell,
Louisville; P. Wild, San Antonio;
f A. llccher. Round Top; E. X. Sem
ft' clam; V. Jacoba, Cm.; II. Haas, St.
. 'Louis; J.r. Weil, St. louis: . w.
j'Prench, Lockhart; E. Zweifcl, Gal.;
tVM. Rank, Houston; W. Ilncsing,
'Rtiincr- Mack Tuffett. C. Pillar. I.
pjftokolonskv, Gus Saninach, James
,- Tiberins, Hall; fi. P. Ilingess, Gon.
zales: J. 15. Taylor, Lnling: J. n.
Duncan, Croket; P. Haring. Bee
villo, WI.I II .lias, Shiner.
T. MITCHELL, M. D.
All times during tho day.
Office next door to Wangemann's
Calls Prom ptly Attended to,
SHINER. --- TEXAS.
where thoy went to attend tho ncd
ding feast of their kinsman, Mr.
Mr. Henry Arnold of Moulton
paid "onr town" o visit thursday.
"Nota Iicno" knows;
Who ate up tho cakes.
Who burnt tho stovo kindling.
"Nota lleno" domn't know;
Who stopped tho clock.
Why Robertson allowed such a
rnso to bo worked on him.
Dr. W. II, Lancaster reports tho
health of tho community esculent.
Hero wo conic onco more, not
w ith the cry of "dry woather," but
cheer up boys Christmas is coming,
Wo think tho lanners ro satif.
ncd now as tho ground is still too
wot to plow. The fuller op of cot
ton is still opening.
The Institute tried to do some
thing graid on Thanksgiving day,
but didn t amount to much.
Ruv. Killough conducted the
services at tho M. E. church Inst
In your last issue "Rambler"
aid th it somo of tho kids at tho
Institute was before 'Kpiire Jack
son fur disturbing public worship.
That is a mistake. Tho hoys were
thoiotoseo Mr. Jackson but they
liked a w hq!o lot of being tried for
disturbing public wo'rship. It was
only some of tho Institute's "smart
Alex" that inndo the trouble. Wo
are well.icmuinted with tho boys.
and know them to be quiet and
The young people enjoyed a few
liauisdancing Wednesday night at
Mr. John Coleman's
Wo hoar that Mr Pleusy Hamil
has emit school. Wo Suppose he
hns finished his course as ho said
said ho was going until ho was able
Tho club at tho Institute ha
changed its mi mo from "The Hogg"
to " Ihe Urcent. ' Wo tliinK 11 is
a dead give-a-way as a good many
havo with diawn.
Tho school at tho Institute is
preparing for a grand concert, but
we tiiinic mey win come up boon,
if they depend on somo of the pu
pils. Wo supposo the great Ger
miu vocalist Tanncnbnrg will per
fonn well. Wo heard ho said he
would lmo a fine time tmacking
somo gill. Ohl bewaio my friend,
look befoio jon leap.
Will close for thid time art wo
arefearlnlof being repotted as a
person con't diop his hat and run
it down with being reported by
somo of iho crankB at tho lust. Wo
liopo tho bQ g n 111 learn a !oson:
not reported, but reporters. XX.
Mimtou Institute, No.U.
Not much news this w'eck.
Mr. and Mrs. Walker returned
home lost Thursday.
Mr. Ross has baen Buffering a
crcat doal from tho' effects of tho
powder burn ho received in Mr
liailey's well. Ho has nover been,
oblo to sco any yet. His tight may
be injured permantly.
Mr. Chris Scliultz,who was living
near Waelder, committed suicide!
Local timo tablo of tho San An
tonio it Aransas Pas Railway:
Gonzales mixed, south bound,
passes Shiner at 12:55 P. M. West
bound at Bsaa 1'. M.
Waco Express, south, to Yoakum
1:21 P. M. North 2:5G P. M.
J. A. MARIK
CitUM'CHT Flack rou yoiu C10111-
G. H. PHNNeWITZ,
f3.50 rru Dozen. Views or Houses Taklx
Auisto CamsET Photos,
on Shout Notice.
Confectionary, - Fruits
JEWELRY, SPECTACLES and NOTIONS ok all Kinds.
Siiineii. :: :: GIVE HIM A CALL. ::
Daniel Soes, FroTJ.l
Serves meals at all hours, and keeps on hand liesh ImMi nrd c iet
at all times. Candies, Cigars and Tobaccos. Lvuuh ol all kinds.
Located ,ju.t across I'lom depot.
In Immenso Stock at-
BLOHM & HAHMB'S.
Wlileh they are disposing of n( closo (Inures. They deal In nil kinds of oils,
paints, varnishes and an oMiulsite line of wall paper They havo on hand
allist-elass lot ot coffins. These gentU'inen alo constmith Incieaslujr
their stock. Givo them a call utid get luu cents woith to: one dollar.
F0 J, HELWKGv
(Succcusor to I31. Ilii'hin.)
PULL STOCK 0F-
ifine wines, liquors, beer, cigars.:):
gl Pool Hull Run in Connection with
Popular Saloon in Moulton.
the Sjloon. Most
Moii.k n, Texas.
painting AND PAPER HANGING A SPECIAL'!
Work done on short notice and guaranteed to give satisfaction,
work in Shiner. Moulton and sunounding towns.
last Friday; hurried Saturday. g,1Ixn
Like many others, he took tho ' ' '
E. E. Clark left for Sweet Homo
Saturday. Mr. Clark, it will ,bo
remembered, disposed of his fino
imported stallion to a stock com
pany composed of prominent stock
men, nrofossional and business men
of this vicinitv. Tho prbo paid
mornhino rontn. No cause know n
unless it was from excessive drink
lie was thought well of by all
The M. E. church nt tho Insti
tute is having a heating stove put
Theois somo talk of a concert at
tho Instituto Christmas by tho
Changing homes by tho
' $ UT jML. JC Li T X
ffir-NEW GOODS AND LOW PRICES..?
Ho has a full stock of Clocks, Watches. .Towelrv and Silver Platccl
icnanv ware. Also a lull stocK 01 Spectacles and live-glasses. alcnea
farmeis i the order of tho day nt and Clocks icpai red with c ire
time ortlio jcui. UAMUi.cn. honest dealing with nil
Goods and work warranted and