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If " remrra rarrmn auras nrrv esk'hii EOTsaasEzi! iisciaritv. 3P&fl vra. rsMnaaras eeh 43 H BTw 0 tWB H LU T -" Il . R -- -wi ijg u aSJ$ k " ra PjHsir v tsapjii wua3i .rfS R ijr"'a n CTHMg K&GHI X& tE3w!SXZ33B3ai fiSwsoSa fZSsZr ZiEXX&rU GZItf&i EEiEa H33ESE5a EHAiEffEH53!3 nzariH-lx k,4 iw &&: fe HvarBa3' EESKa rsiMa sb rri iHf 'isra sp mra e2hi EEfEasaraa m. SHINER, LAVACA COUNTY, TEXAS, TEgjJJgTAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1893. NO. 3. -TJ k. G. Wangemann. HFM Ell IN- iiy Goods, Clothing, Slioes, Hats and Caps, Groceries, H UIDWAIIE, WOOD am) WILLOWWAUE, AM) oiii tsjot-q "s 13 o Lfl IVVIM ' Mk !. Boots,i i ise 'O A stioiiN'RW HOME SEWINC MACHINE, WALTER A WOOD MOW ISO MACHINES and MAKES, JOHN DEE11E PLOWS, THE TOWN OP SHIVER. I liimtodni'-t Hcdied the njliojlamn.avacaeoitiitics. )iLxl I January, lSlhi. His sun Albert is I uiui-un w.. i m u .., -'' '"i "!' run 11 ng a c air 1 is.!. 'y, ocpKutH'AVi iir ...i,,,. ,i. v ,., . J wftlH,"' ,rl "cr-sinm . " -v '.. 6 tobei 1S5S in I net pcarancc ol u town as llneln) buildings. Uriel; oi it "fflj to bo prefucd m tlicir const Dusiness houses btiil) ,'of.br stone not only looitfbutl ue more durable an J iirtiinj I ger in case of fire. Two of. 1 best businc men will !?oo i on the cornel below ths GMt aJOxSObiick building, to l ( n.TIVATOliS A.n STALK CUTTKP.S am) MAN NER PLANTEItS. verv tttalk Cutters uul Louisville Cotton and ( orn Planter. ah a (general hurdwaie stun 111 in wili be Wagener am) I land. Tlicv will cany a a i ..e I...1, rt 1, ,,l n,., ,ll,l. a n I T n r T n 1 1 1 ' t a. I , luiFiiit.uin,.,., ,.. , piunri ia eiuuh oi oouniry rrouuee uougut, ut mguuisi umntui plumbers supplies, bunglci v,' n-i, tjjj r iin onj i ,' , , ,,,, JJIlCjCB. UtllU J-ttl'J. 1U1 UUUUU UUCUi e 9 JIl.UKil'AI.TTI S II'H QqT$& oaP fiiSp, taqdiajp AND CHOCintlE. Lusoh at all Hourj. Shi.sik, birbtd wire, wind millpcte building will be eiecttilnu t satisfactory arrangement are wt!i llio lonti ictors, and w ill u great improNement to. tli It will stand on the present the oldollke and ttorago '. nig which will bo torn down 1 ; M, VTi,,-,il 1 1 , .1 ,aKnm irt IretU CitT Eeer always oa Tap1,' '. ,.! ,' i j Ti v' I ln.inj in 18,)( and tamo to . . -.. eouiuij in ioi 41-BISMARK SALOON. t wti.ni h. I)k'iril IN LIQUORS, WINES, BEER, AND UJLUAKiS. T).YA Tiv. ''iisS'ti 3flKIB3SB4 Ufr" T6 SHLOON (I. II, HI EBNKU, i-iiopiiitimi.) HNES, LIQUORS, BEER and CIGARS. noliteh bened at tho bar, I n snectfullv ask the old K A'OUITE and th public generally to ghe me a call. - Tkaas. ,,,IM1, s boin . 'it,,..,., -" ssswr : "i :?.?, iBf.rA ;.", . - ' ;,. The farmers Mend, tho maerchants friend, the citizens friend, and a TRUE FRIEND TO THE WELFARE OF OUR JOWI, COUNTY, STATE and COUNTRY. A splended advertising medium at a low figure. jit contains the town county and late news. gBring your job work !h.ore for we can satis- ity yu y ou :ti,aa'fc wora and. prompt attention. I As we mean to add more adantages to our oflice in the near tntnre, c guarantee sat'iBtnction. Subscribe lowo and rtitui in Te,is and i' a io)m- Marand genial land-lord The Wl"e- mun liotiKe l1) in llin eiw from thedi-iiot and piobibly has tie coolest location ol'.i building in to. n. ' ni.i urn I einr.L o. 20 ii. l. 11. Was instituted in blunti in IbSO with the following ineiiiUrM JOlXXl KeL3?-W"OOCl7S LliZERY HND FEED STHBLE. Ilooil Teams i.nd Oaiel'iil Drivers. IUiks H to Yiukuni. Swctt Heme and Mu'tam $3 to riatoma. Hallit--ville andUonaalus, litu Ulm u G.vtl. Ill lb8Uhjin to Shiner and formed a partne' with Louis W.igener in tho . wright and general 'blacken!., business. Ml Wendltand has be. in the black-smithing bnlnv eighteen jeirsand is ii firptfscl workman. He la marned audi1 bix childii'ii, tlneo boys an girls. Louis Wigeiier was Schelbyin Austin county lexas 183jand lived there until ie&.n Voara fild.1ttiIiitl87lllheKroinoved TKaettJ2nriraJngag U'C7i ISo . f.tiK,tl.-w,Tm forlTcarii?lv.l882ilitf (S.fiorcdmDmjjmi o Leo county and engaged luktoel; raising four eire. I 'Mr. Wagener . tiimoved to Liv'aea county in 1889". The firm of W.igener and Wendt land i-, awake- to the interiPtof the public and in t unmis foj jirouipt ness and sipi ire dealing. tt.M. (IRKCV. Mr. Wm. Oreen is one of Shiners most substantial business men and is also a heavy land ownei. Own ing in the lieighboihood of J,.i00 acres of land. He is a native of Texas having been born and raised in OonaleH count. He was pioprietorot a store at Winton P. 0. lor teeial ean uul has been in the stock butintss nearh all his life. I'pon coming to Shiner Mr. Cirecn formed a partnership witli Williams and Saunders in the lum ber business. S Hinders shortly retiicd from the film and tho bus iness was continued as Willi mis & Oreen, until the spring of the pn'- ent year when Mi. Oiien sold out tolr. William'', and loiiuil a part nership with 0. H. Plato. Mr. tircen has mado a success of ePiy business undertaking of his Hie and theio (an be no iiustion about his being a thorough business man. He mairieu Mies Jul! i Dickson m lbb'2 and hia residence is in the western pait of town. CITY HOI) i. This building was creeled in the Autumn uf 1888 and Was thiown open to the public In Nov., 1888, The Proprietress is Mrs. Elizabeth Jungbeekcr who hashad chaige of tho Hotel since it was fust opened. Its accommod itSon. are of the best W , Am!BT ET"'I,AN ,.,,.1 it... TTntol iu cnnl mill nnmmn- - Miller it dinner dimis. August Jmiglxclscr the Mr. Bteph'en ginned list season hnildfi- nftliK house was born in I S.1W bales oi cotton -ml made German y nn tho Khine, 08 eais'hcivj shipments ot ago. Upon coming to tho V. S. ho settled in Lavaca county Ter.as w hero lio folhve'l the ocationJBf a school teacher up to abooMtwn years ago, w hen ill health coRled in county Tcas, and lived (hep u t'Ji hen he moved to "mm, i purcdnsid tho )ii"umcl oon, the tlxtnies of Otto Ivielil i ind tho building of II II Hi i nan of llitliu. He in mini 1883 and his hid fimi rhilclrn lli infant son died on! i sin time since. Mr Wiijftne ' diiiii). a good businesd and h' n i In 1. il j, " jnendc i Shiiui ,S. 'LI SIL'l.'M' . i P.ull Stnrke was horn it Huh II1lf r.ijctte county Texc in ISf.d ft net cnn to Shlnti mi 1KS4 whu liociTtered the emploj ot II. ( SevuMer and icni line el i mm ni.il In 18'JJ he pureli-iRod tl Seidlei Mr turl , mauled Miss Maij Ksc'ienbuig In 1891 and has one eh id His gilomi Hsituited two ilooi; uortl lit Wolters llros Stum , i H. iil'HJM i:. "t, J. II Huebner, the jnopnetn of 4thd Kav onto Saloon is ! '. eni Mrt having In en bom in Austria vljH8l0. He came t) tin I nltocl States in 1870 and engaged m '".nriing in Favetti' countv whcic iWi.iinod teveril vnr-, In ISOlMio removed ti Shiner uoi jiui phased the Favorite Saloon, K. II. I.oevsin our present nnfi hnl,. Mi. Huebner minted Jta) Bergman Su 1SS1 and '..'i 1"" children Ho does... thiiving bn beer inn ycllJ'r a half. laiotfhofMr. i lie ElijssWJJii'iiM, liquors, I'. . L. ril I,, . Sf )',"'' M't .."...r.J.rt . IJVTU .gJi 1) K. Ki.imei J. Kocnlg Albert Mosllcr Leop. Hummel E. Wjiigeman John Emlei R. 0. SejdUi ,1 A, WolleiB H, Harms Thoiuinehleu Filed Schmidt Lodge Stct. Hohhak E. Hildebrandt Frit Koehler August Phil M. E. WolUrs J. .'.indeimann MonU Hiehter Ch is. Link W, K.uctsky Ant The present officers oi the aie as follows: Ki Pics Louis Wngenir Pros. M. E, Woltci- Vico Pies. MoriU Kk liter Sec. Alvm Huniiiiel Trcas. Aug Mai ten l Wm. '. mdev Tiustees Wm, Wcudihud ( Una Lurssen Guide Y. ,t. Majt. Inside Watchman Otto li'irh.uus, Outside " " Chailes Jiiengcr. The lodge meets the fust Sunday and third Monda) in every month in Morris's Hall Tin. membership is 07 and it is tho strongest lodfie in the town. tton ed, Ho uses the Ames system of gin ning machinery and his gin has a capacity MKjt I'lk" nsi div Ho has lxuii iia?s Olgh' having been boin in lHJHUnlau II eniigi.itcd to this 1851! and has lived in ' since. Tie has 1t"i manij list in Lavaca county in l" in Dewitt county in 187-1. He w btisitieB font vi.us pi lor toscttl.i " in klnnei His place of businifs next dcoi to the City liarbe Mi -M U lllel. I 1 UMlI 1 . Ml. EUnigei was boin in Fau1! ctiuntv Tcis m 38r,7 mil livid there until lbl'1. when l'p lemov I to Shinci lie was "ii ijinbci1 h mess eight ve.us in Fajetto in IV and ailei leinoving to Slim i n became tho Ag nt ot llio S. n ' tunio Iti'ewing Association wlno h. still lepie-cnts. Ml Mling mauled in Fayette ermiil, ' and hi-lour childien, two ) ami t vo gills. , MU.M-11 M)I)(1L Ml. llll A. (1. This loelj nci the Jdlli i with theloHowingodiKirp iihIihij. 1 V J&A idge was instituted in S'Ii't !0lh da) 'f Januar) 1K')1 , ,T. C. lllohin M. Gcorg')3evdls.' Fuiiin.ui Hi H Iloilman Ovuicei Ed W.'ingem inn K colder Albeit Tuinei Finaiisiei M. 1! Wolteis TruiM.iil-r 11 0. Sjvdlei Guide! Lents Wagener Inside watui man. H"iiryWellei Outside wii eh in in. J, Woltcrs Post Irn.stc r vv oik man Max Wollers 1 H II Hoffiivn Tiusl es M Weudtlind ) vi. Eidson MediiJil Fv The Lodge consists now of . 0 I members and it meets every sec ond and louith flonday in c.ien i Morns' Ual I Tlieiin AIICl,