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VOL. 1. SHINER, LAVACA COUNTY, TEXAS; THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE, 7, 16a4.
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A, GL W ANGEMANN,
DFA1 Ett IN
Dm Goods, Clothing, Soots,
S3aoes, Hats and Caps, Groceries,
HARDWARE, WOOD axd WILLOW WARK, aid
&i9l M'cluidise
Aii:tt Kin VEW HOME SEWING MACHINE, WALTER A. WOOD
MOWIVG HACHINES and RAKES, JOHN DEERE PLOWS,
CULTIVATORS and STALK CUTTERS and BAN
NER PLANTERS.
AIro Awry Stalk CutUrs and
Louisvillo Cotton and Corn
Planter.
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fSMSSHjmi
I Lumber
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L.I ,. TTT itfni,M
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All kinds of Country
produce bought at high
est market prices. Cash
Paid for cotton Seed.
fl2SJSe tint Feathorbonol
$FLATO& GREEN
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LUMBER
DEALERS.
HE?
11 on them fora
.3
$sash,
& Lumber, Shingles,
blinds,
doors,
brick, wind mills, etc.
1 Iff c$ !i
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r MM
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STOVE, TIN and HARDWARE!
mam TArrunMis or
Galvanized Iron Tanks,
ROQP1N&,
GUTTERING,
FLUES.
C.L. WILLIAMS,
ki olfyivLSZT) h Lo., rjiijcr, j' oxers.
LUMBERYARD
Lumber, doors, sash,
blinds, moulding
And everything, teipr"iti-&-
m eyemmng, irapirm a
' firElumDerr1
; fl -arc
Wagons
Buggies
JHHfe
f?1 IJuntlrl T"XvSj!jrrf
J.E.MERSEBURGER
Cilifornia Fruits,
Fancy Candles,
Ico Cieam and
Stnlioneiy.
Seooiir5, 10 mid iiii cent
iltnitr.iln Counters.
Sinsnii, . - - - Tex.
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HDOLPH STEPHHN, Proprietor.
Oity Beer. Canned. C3-ood.S a.ncL
Hj-unoli of all KlLncis.
SHuatod nert to Fkto & Greon'a Lumber Yard,
SHINER, - TEXAS
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I CitJ Barber Shop,
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A. 0. KOEPKE, PROPRIETOR.
Call on tno and get a neat Shave, a good Shampoo, Sei Toim 01
Tonio A trial npnllcation of my D indruff Cure lrte. ILtir cutting in
all tho latest tyle. Two Ciat-clabs chahs and two good woiktnen.
SHINER, TEXAS
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Saddles, JrTs&r,xies
aixcl OOll,ZB-
JLlso -A.gent, Itsr tlie
TT2sri03Sr SE-V7-I3STG5- flLA.aH:i2SnB3.
lirrft class work and low piices.;Gic him a cull,on West Main Stieat
SHINER, .... TEX'AB.
RATII130NE, K. of I4. LODOE.
Meets firs-t and tbiid Friday
ftjghts in each month. S A Carnos,
OJC, E F Puhman. V Cj C Ii
'Willi ims. Platc; Sam F Navo,
lofR and & John Blohm. M V
inuis Trnutwein.M E;T J Buikctt,
iljF, J Wllollonay, M A; P L
UtCtris , I Gj 0 F Iliehter, 0 G.
O. 1) II b.
Jiects tho hist and thiid mon
day in each month it Mufns Halh
OFFICERS
' Ex-Piesident Mux V. Wolters,
President John C, Blohm, Vico
I'lCBidcnt Vm. Zalidir, Sec. Albin
Hnmmel, Tres. 71. Iluebndr.
TRUSTEES.
Gub Lnerrsen, Jnlius Buej-'or,
Leo Veil, G. Chas. Pfeil I. G. Got
Helwig, 0. G. WiP Weil.
SAM F. NAVE, M. D.,
Oonornl Practitioner.
Shiner, ' ,, ( Texa.
OHico betwean -Volhausen'a and
tho drugstore'1 Calls, promptly at
tended., ' Reaidencooppooito Meth
odist ehuich, i
V
L. EID&ON, Jl. D ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Olhce next door to Giavo's drug
stole. Office hours at all limes
during tho d.iy. Calls piomptlj
answeied day and night.
Shiner, Ttxas
F
T. MITCHELL. M. D.,
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OFyiCE HOURS:
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All tlmts duringttlio day. Offico
next door to" Wangcmann's store.
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Calls promptly attended to.
Shiner,
J J. WARNOCK,
Dentist.
ZAHN-ARTZ.
Hallcttsvillc, Texas.
Will bo in Shinoi fiom 1st to oth
Texas, of avery month.
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Correspondence.
In certain extent, but still more riin
I would ho gladly nolcomed.
VALLfEY V,IEW FARM.
EiniTDK Gazetti!: W
Whit few.wind irillls there are in
our countiy aro like candidates'
tongute, ilioy aio alwajs inuniiig,
ut luast tiny uro enjojinga fine
chance to run when they aro turned
loose, for" very day is h repetit O'l
df llia'diyjnstpajt.svithcool winds
anil clouds Hying high and good
propc6ts for more rain. Tho ra1
last week cm5 in good season
ttlll undoubtedly htdp th c
ii, . vourthoueu, for tho .ic.m t
nil ol the olden 1 ni i bald ti u
'( om who God t lir4 ti'iupn
eio nun leal mil to htw tho slo i
and 1 ij theaich and spiead tue
i oof Abo io linn "
Is it not i Btmngo thing liow i
marl's vanity will how ltse't in
ipito ol all ho cm do, when l.o
knoHH that by a little ed'ort on 1 s
put ho cm do just a little biit-i
I'oi nihtmce. last Sundaj tho
Batchelor was nta hetghboi's Iiouho
and some olio eclne by tiding a bi
cycle and "-tfine of tho joung ladies
a(.d their h inkeichiefti at iiim,
and tho way he did make that
old bicjclc hum i&a igJit tbtco.
h n e no hIl i huh one )f 'tho
Shinci hois it was. '
The ba'l at Hormis post oflico
Sitnidav is a doeidel success,
Eierj thing went oil binootho and
nice Willie Iioll.m, the good look
ing eleikfiunl fcojdleiA.riscln.il
huig's oetililislitncnt was thcie ,uul
Paul Fiinko and tho lest of tho
rihini.r riremcu's Bind fiunUlud
tmifeio and good music, too. for tho
pleiPantoccnion, and wo joungC)
peoplo tripped tho light
fantastic toe until the glonons
l.ruorning light wis jtut ti lgin,' u o
oast. and bidoftieell to the ll'iiN
andbhuly ihina tiees, tho 'rti.it
music and lat, bi't not halt, tho
duir girlt, and iient to om lCbpecl
io homed with only pica. ant
thoughts, for the good times cannot
hstahiajs without inteimission.
I am certainly sony foi thote old
batchelois down at Ilochhoim. brt
I am glad that I am not one ot
them, inn will I cie'ib;.rI must
admit that I am an old, batchelor,
but I live at Valley View Fmm on
six milds above Hocnucirn dirncOl--' if ,
Jiy, and twenty-six miles, on n ,
i lght hot day But I am ' sure if 'i
Jioy would get a mole on them and
o to Sjjdlei it Eschenburg, rt
Shiner, and get a ual nico"Su I iv
go to see 'em" thntfioin their lingo
selection of genl's fuini"hing goodn
and spiuce up a little, thoie joun
ladien around Hochheim wm.ul
teach them a new loEson tint bcits
"single cusscduini" all to piee
Will soiuo of the joung huliea ol
of Shiner hi kind enough to ekpl i n
why it is that Sojdlcrit Exdi n
buig's good looking dcil; i t.lc. i
hut surely becoming an old b.il u
cloi himself.
Chailos Flato and Win. Glenn,
the boss lumboi.uen ot Shiner, paid
our eountiy allying iHit last Mon
day. Ml. Rieha d Pirufo has, a'fo
decided to pitch his tent In om
midst and lemuin foi a tetson.
Messis. Louis Hill and Willie
Jfillei, of BUck Jack Spiing" .
Fijetto county, aio fishing ui.il
iisiting htio this week,
Wantkd Some ono who un
beat Frank Ilousa and BobBellanv
ciadling oats, and to know tho leal
name of that fellow "Jake," of
Dilworth, BiTciinor..
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The follo-ving will be tho vote
ofthelOth congressional distill
in tho next Demociacic State con
entiou: Gonzales 5
Galieston lr
Farctte U
w?iUn r
Colorado i
Fort Bond I
Brizorja ! 2
Matagsrdi 1
Lavaca 7
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