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Il,.t Llld ill V,
-Tii m.iiiiiiiU' :it Mel- icberpor's.
--('..tl ui i- steadily climbing up.
.-c cream at Mjrobcrcr'n now.
--California fruiti at Mcr-icbor-gei'i.
Yoakum lias but ono news
paper. --Cool City beer on tap nt Joe
day eve.
Albert M.
llismark Saloon for 0. D. II
S. cigars.
(lust. I luff is tendiug bar for
Joe Ondrej.
John Harwood went tuFlaton
i.i. Sunday.
lonely sinco
4 Tom Bnrkott's little hoy is
very low and w'ill liuu.iy li.j the
uei k out.
V hot-box dcluvcd tin Waco
exprcs thirty nih.un . in Sinner,
liaturday. i
T IT.wl i.
eiu.iuu nun ii
was observed by the
at this point.
bnr day
Savasro returned Satur-
oiler was in Yoakum
August Stcphan bad his band
severely bruised in tbo press at the
gin, Tuesday.
V IJ. Morgan of Paducab, Kv.
made the (azktti: ofh'eo a pleasant , war.
call, Saturday. I , .. ,,, , ., ,
' Charlie Wangomann left- for
Up to Thursday morning, Aug Austin Sunday to attend school at
niepuau nan guiiicu auom uuv , bt. JCdward's college, tie was ae
A large party of young people
passed through Shiner. Monday,
from Uonzali:-.. They weio on their
way to suhool at Austin and Hel
ton. Wo have strm 1: the Yoakum
Times from our oxchaiiKO list, il
having come to our know ledge that
uiciu is no miuii a paper m e.i
MisS Camella dimes went to
Yoakum, Monday, to meet Miss
Fannie Maih'cl Livingston, who
will attend school in bliiuor this
IIHIMlUMhM. .- .
in .the Gazette and
of rutt proof oats
en left for Fayctto
3Vir.-?-ii.(i,..tm nt'-it. a
asiiujitw n!k.-jwe.it, ot,.,,nawj
3wTbt no 8 rGTKi teiH,iaj?TBi
Ir'VPQZ&ryi ;ilPi03aHr',tru5fi5ZLl.u, yiivui i iBioiiioa kuuij&ii on uaj
'W.ilM.-Oi M, m.irVI It, HI r,T...u i.nAn I I ...1 I. K,. .. T
The town
Rodgers left.
be in fashion
Joe Ilcrzig lias been quite sick
the hift week.
A hand of line apples at
F. Collin" of Dihvorth wa3 in
town. Monday.
A carload
, at Welters Bros,
Frit. War,,
County. Hiindiiv
Ji'r.iuk Nt 'ley of Moulton was
i.i town, Friday.
Soot' l)ih irlli of Gonzales was
in town. Sunda, .
V. L. May wa.-, in town Satur
day and Sunday.
John utholdt ot Witting was
in town Monday.
Go to the Hismark Saloon for
V. D, II. S. cigar.
Dr. Rote of San Antonio
' i town, Saturday.
joun muconer romrned lrom
.i -Si
dl clothm:
m -"m
1 -J ul l .
m -m
Cos at the City bakery.
Mi3 Nora Thornton-was viait-
iiig in Shiner, ilonday.
V. J. Cnrnes went tb Hallcts
villo jn business, Tuesday.
John Harwood lost one of hit
1 1 ( b' t livery horses Monday.
(Jo toWoltcrs Bros, for Hamil-
t n Urown s boots and shoes.
Sampto copies of tho Gazette
tan uo Had at tho Tost ollice.
Barbeeuod meat on hand ovcry
t'.iy at the Cily bulcher shop.
E. P. Iluhmunn made a flying
uiji io oeiuiicnuurg, Sunday
Instead of milling, buy a liouso
aim lot lrom J no. M. Krilegor.
Max Wolters and Morltz Itich-
ti-r were in l oakum, Tuesday.
Sec the 5, 10 and 23 cent bar
pun counters at Merseberger's.
.uiss M line Dickson went -to
Aiutin Sunday to attend school.
The ball at tho -K. of P. hall
.Monday night was a sad failure.
('. II. Flato shipped two cars
n ittle to New Orleans, Friday.
Tho Gazette can bo had for
i-l.i. per year, cash in advance.
Miss Callio Hughes left for
Baylor collogo at Celton. Monday.
Well seasoned wood for sale by
August Schmidt. $4.00 per cord.
Louis Franklin of Galveston
was in town on business, Tuesday.
Win. Wendtland and J. II.
Huebner wont to Hallctaville, Mon
day, Tho popular drummer, Mr,
Klein, was in town Sunday and
S. S. Cole of Nickel paid tho
ItAzktte cuice a ple.i,mt call,
i uesuay.
hu' i ie s,
I. Wolford and A. L. MS
Miit to HalleUviilo Mrmdasr o
lialcs of cotton
Miss Klllu Thornton returned,
Suiulayj she has organized a music
clasj in shiner.
Several of our J-oung pcojilo
took a moonlight ride to Moulton.
Saturday night.
Hubert ami Archer Fitzgerald
Icnvo this woel; tor College station
to attend school.
Mrs, A. V. Smith of Greenville
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Mo-
Utirdy, this woel;.
Prof. It. W. Cornoibon of
Stockdalc was tho guest of 1!. S.
Carnes, this week.
Cotton i-i steadily advancing
and business men ui'o becoming
moro uotislul every day.
Fresh oysters at tho city bak
ery; price per dozen, stewed, oOcts;
fried, yu ets; raw. 20 cts.
Sumo of tho young people in
Schulenburg should learn that Ilos
enburg Is not Scaly. Sabe?
Mr. and Mrs. N. Ililljo of Hal
UtsvMle ero visiting ft lends, and
relatives in Shiner, Saturday.
Louis Wagoner's mother, who
has been visiting in the country
for some time, returned Monday.
Dr. K. T. Knox of Gonzales
passed through Shiner, Saturday,
on his way home from Kerrvillo.
Going for cash, at the rock
store, for tho next 30 days. White
E epliant 1 our flj; Ufifi, per barrel.
tfeMrsJM, Kr uegornnd gNl Is
Monday to th'e' fcgretof the "'wlioli
Now is the time to advertise.
Tho people will know where to go
for their goods when times get
When you have dandruff call
on A. C. Koepke. Ho will cure the
worst case with his celebrated
dandruff euro.
Fine Kentucky Oaks, Bourbon,
Ilye and other brands of whiskey,
cheap for cash at J. II. Huebnor's
Favorite saloon.
Otto Unletting went to Cucro
this week on busine-s. Will Uues
ing is working at the cotton plat
form in his sload.
Wolters llros. have received
tho largest stock of clothing ever
offered for sale In Shiner. Call and
cxamino their stock.
L. B. Uiclucr, Rudolph Wol
hausen, Will Hollas .and Fritz
Warnkcn took n trip over
Fayette comity, Sunday.
Ptovo Holcliak's little boy loft
for Austin Tuesday to attend
school. Mr, Holeluik accompanied
nun as tar as (iiudings.
New subscribers: T. Collins,
Dilwortli; Miss Cynthia Culnomicr.
Sweet Home; A. C. Borden, Gon
zales; Willis (iurke, Shiner.
I havo tor sale 100 cords of
wood, ata bareain. Call at mv
placo six miles west of town.
A lafgo column of smoko west
of town attracted general attontibn
Saturday. It proved to be grass
burning in Mrs. Hughes' pasture
V. L. Scales has been station
ed in Shiner as operator for the
ap. .Mr. scalci will prove a vnl
nailloeocialjiddition to the town.
coinpanied by his father, A. G,
Owing to the money stringency
the appearance of .1. C. Haber
maclier's amateur theatiical com
pany of Flatonia has been post
poned Until next month. '
Louis Itichterand Charlie File
attended u ball at Joo llovnovskv'u
about a mile and a half from Shi
ner, Saturday night. They report
having had a high good time.
J. P. Mitlanck has moved his
stock of groceries into the building
next tho Palaco saloon. We take
pleasure in recommending him to
tho 'readers of the Ga?.1:tte and feel
confident ho will receive a good
There wai a ball at .T. M. Kr
mis' ralaon six miles from Shiner,
Saturday night. Anton Koiiecny
attended from Shiner and reported
tho attendance good. Tho music
waB furnished by the Half Moon
string band.
C. K. Hotchak has received a
full-lino of prints, domestics, hats,
caps and dry goods of all kinds,
which ho purchased while in Gal
veston. He is'prepaml Io sell you
everything in this lino at rock
bottom prices.
Louis Wagoner, AVm, Wendt
land. Max and Julius Wolters, Jno.
Blohm, G. A. Panncwitz and Bob
Kschenburg went on a fishing and
huntitie: excursion, Sunday. Thev
killed a fine lot of plover and had
Tho board of aldermen havo
ordered an engine and several hun
dred Jcet ot hoso and the water-
I works will bo in operation just as
soon as thov can bo erected. 'Tho
Mi'is Margaret McLean of hook and ladder complhv will be
i r 't.iivn an ml Saturday. Mis-1 organized as soon as tho water-1 that i Miss Hicks had been Waitinb
.ll Hi has ncrpnt, 'a lio-ltlon n.l trorlrn nra in nmnlinn T1,.W..II. WI.Ia, Hit, .. . '1 t.
are all anxioUf H join, ,she haboen in Alabama, instead'.
Mr. A. P. Moreno informed the
GAjScrTE r.'an Sunday that his
friend, G. W O'imphpfl was con
templating matriinnny. Tho young
lady is said to reside at Aransas
Pass and the nuptials aro to tako
nlaco Bometinio durinir the latter
part of this month.
Ono pf Shiner's young men
had escorted his ladv'lovo homo
tho other night nnd as thov linger
ed a moment at tho front gate tho
gentleman was heaid to inquire in
tremulous (ones, "Darling, can you
rcfuso a kins?" ''Yos," tho ladv.
answered, hesitatingly, "I I can,
but I don't like to1: Just then the
moon considerately dodeed behind
a cloud and tho neighborhood was
startled by a' resounding smack
that in tho still night air sounded
nearly as loud as a pistol shot.
Mayor's court was in session.
Tuesday, with J. C. Blohm, mayor
into pro tern. J.Iartin Valeohok charged
Henry and Dr. Seharnbcrg with
assault and battery. The case was
tried with Albert Mooller, O. A.
1'annowitz, Henry Kueeul, Joo Her
zig, Ed, Morsebcrger and Prank
Mikeska as uirors Thov returned
a verdict of not guilty in both
Who was tho man with tho black
"No sah, I didn't see 'im knock
ed down, but I seen 'iin a gitten up."
The Gazhttb' man was in
Moulton, Thursday, and had the
pleasure of shaking hands with a
largo number of friends, Dr. Lari
caster reports heslth much better
now, there being little or no sick
ness in the vicinity of Moulton.
J. M, Bilek has removed to Flatonia
and request his paper sent to that
address. .Frank Behunko is said
to he in LaGrango. At tho pre
liminary examination for stabbibe:
Preitaphowasheld in WOO bond
which he gave and was rolcased
from custody. Miss Ilonto Hicks
intends to Visit the world's fair this
month, tn our last issue wa stated
Proceedings of tho City Council
at Itsl.iistltcgiiliir Session,
City council convened in regular
session Monday, Sept. 4.
Minutes of the preceding meeting
were read and approved willi one
correction; absenioof uUicers notid.
Upon motion Dr. S. P. Nave was
excused of absence on Juno Hd.
No petitions wero presented.
Ueports of ollicers: Marshal
Locssin'e report covering all occu
pation lax collected from April to
Sept. 1, lh03, approved.
The finance cominltteo reported
that they had settled with 0. Koeh
lcr for IW2.00. Iieport accepted.
Upon motion the Koehler note mm
placed in the hands of Marshal
l.oessin for settlement with Koeh
ler. Treasurer Wolters was order
ed to rcdit Koehler in full of
account upon receipt of M2.0U.
Keport of select committee: J.
C. Illohni and L, Wagoner went to
eimar and examined engine, for
which $150 was asked. This was
pronounced too much, as a new
engine could bo purchased for a
less amount in companion, Dis
charged. Bids for tho erection of a water
works plant were received, as fol
lows: Henry Sonnemaiin (Moultqn),
tank, mill and tower, tho town to
furnish material, W2.
A. Natho, for foundation, $111.00
per cubic yard.
P. Moiciii'for foundation, $1 per
cubic yaul.
Clias. Juengcr, tank, mill and
tower, the town tofnrnish matoiial,
if .W.
Motion made and seconded that
tho lowest bid for tower, windmill
and tank boiieccpUd. Awarded to
Henry Snnnouiaim.
Ulifla for foundation wero read;
one from P. Jloren, another fiom
A. Natho. Ui-on motion Moren's
bid was accepted.
It was decided that tho kind of
foundation nas to lie left to the dis
cretion of the improvement com
Tho secretary was ordered to no
tify Moren that his bid had been
aceopted. The lumber fi.r the
Considajing the nev In linusM
eitterpiiiiu hat w ,11 be started )ll
Shiner wuliij tho next lew iiiniii.ll
Sbini r wih oe i ivirjone, with Iltill-
ol-v,lio tb,
sprma. I'n. i,,
Lasu rn halt , i
Shiner ei. n ,,ilte c
halt, than It yv
Some em on
stole Dave Gloor'
i I Lorn'.nii i.ext
, ille t-in have ijw
l 10 c, u, (V lut
r ol tin ,i 'Mm
b" ; n i r ai,t
pai.l-i Monday
liigtit ami Hint lliiouh ti e saitie,
tiirninp tin pocket, all inside out.
Thei H'ender will considerate enough
to leave tlio pants just outside tho
window whero Davo found them
tho next morning, their pockets
minus a dollar and eightyflvo
cents in change. The same parties
are Hipposed to have borrowed
$2.2o from Tom Shandera tho sanio
night, Tom left tho money Ivintf
on a table near the window and
tho next morning the money waa
gone while footprints showed where
someone had stood under tho win
dow in his bare feet.
The silver question may not bo
settled but the clothing question is
an.l that to the satiation of ev
erybody. C. K. Holcbsk has cn
tom made and tailor made suits at
prices that havo been put down 1 1
tho lowest, notch mi account of tho
hard times! Mr. Holchak guaran
tees satisfaction and if the suits do
not fit no pay i- exacted. Ho getn
bis goods direct from WnmnnakiT
it Brown's mammoth vhilesalo
house of Philadelphia, a h'-n o that
has tliPieputntion of furnishing tho
host c'otliing in tho country. Tf
Mr. I Mr link can not fit vVu in
stock leave your me.v nro mid cot a
nobby tailor made unit at a low
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weicomo on ner return.
of five subscribers to tho Gazette,
pam in advance, wo win tend a
copy of tbo Gazette ono year frco.
W. B. Morgan, Padnct.li, Ky; II.
v. wolters. t'aducah; W in. Savage
ban Anunno; .lacnli Klein, Austin:
L. W. Cunningham, Waynesbo-
rougii, i.a, .
S. Goldblatt, Houston; W. T,
Bradshaw. Kaglo Importing com
pany, Davenport, Iowa; M. L, llur-
ger, Chicago, 111; D, M. . Cusick,
u invasion.
J,' ern"B i.t L. M. Kokcrnot's.
i'hoJ 1'lroSI
Henry Kuend is firing his sad
dles hurness, bridles, whips, etc..
at prices that can not be beaten
any where.
Patni'ui Auc-iitint.
A railroad man named Frank
Murray, whoso home is in Louisi
ana, met wiih a dreadful and near
ly tutai mishap, Monday afternoon
Ho was fishing at the creek about
a quarter of a inilo from town and
making a false step ho fell, striking
on his brad, and a pino splinter
penetrated just under the right
eyo fully two inches. With won
derful nerve the wounded man
pulled out tho splinter and walked
up to town unaided. Ho was taken
to tbo oliicb of Dr. S. F. Nave,
wl'o-,-0 stimulants wore given him
Whilo tho wound was dressed. He
fainted while the doctor was . ex
amining his wound and was in a
woak and exhausted condition. Ho
still retains the blood stained sliv
er and it can bo seen at the section
house. Tho wound, while ex
tremely painful, Is not daiicorons
and tho wounded man is doing as
Well as could bo expected.
Mayor. ,.J. W. II .;l..wcv,
Muh-hal ..I!. IT. loc sin.
Boaiii) Of At.nrn.vf J.
Louis Wr.gent ',
M. P. Wolt.rs
J. "'. niohm.
P. P. Wolters.
S. P. Ntivo.
If I ! M M V
G. STOLZ, Pro.
W. J. CARNS, ag't,
Pianos ass
Di E&M.
I handle tho WHEELOC K and .tho-
STECK & CO. celebrated Pianos.
Estey, Camp it Co., and titjirey'
& Clark Organs. ,
'" to' .-
Send all Orders to fr'-V" '
w . j. a:R,ir:E!s;
iv. it.
'For Stile,
A cood business house on lot 1
block 54. Going nt it bargain.
M.00O will buy the place; half cash i
and tho remainder on time to suit I
purchasor. For full particular!
call oil Mrs. John F'. Brv:...iinL', ,
Merchant tailed
.. m
l. iiCAn:sT i'i.ace rou Torus
is i. EfflSft
filiiner, - -

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