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VOL. 2,
SHINER, LAYACA COUNT I, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 19,1894.
NO. 4
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DKAI.KR IN
If Goods. Clothings Boots?
Suorj, Slats aad Caps, Groceries,
HARDWARE WOOD axd WILLOWWARE, axd
ha9l M9elimdiseo
Aokt roe NEW HOKE SKWINC MACHINE, WALTER A. WOOD
MOWING MACHINES akd RAKES, JOHN DEERE PLOWS,
CULTIVATORS akd STALE CUTTERS ajcd BAN
NER PLANTERS. Agcat for Now Home Sewing Midline.
Also Arsry Stalk Cutters and
Lonisville Cotton ind Cora
Flantor.
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ymfih
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mm
All kinds of Country
produce bsught at high
est market prices, Cash
raid for cotton Boca.
0SS thit Ftithtrbantt
g.w2sja
;rj, Wagons, Imggies, Backs, "wind mills, cypress M
Ml wa onrhinrr. ffininriR Thririflnarifl Wankflefln
barbed wire, buildors' hardware, etc.
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O.L. WILLIAMS,
iMJMBERYAKD.
"0,9, 6 o e '70'i.'
Lumber, doors, sash,
blinds, moulding
And everything kept in a
flrat class lumber yard.
'11 1
mil
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m
ia
jTown Lots Improved and Unimproved
J.E.MERSEBURGER
Cft'ifurnia Fruit?,
Fancy Cardies,
Ice Cream and
Stationery.
See our 5, 30 ami MH cent
UurgAiu Counters,
Smsm, - Tr.
KDOLPH STEPHHN, Proprietor.
Oity- Beer. Canned Qoods a,ndL
JLLiriola of a.11 Klncis.
SUuatod next to Flato 4 Green's Lumber Yard,
SHINER. - TEXAS
SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEI
-FOR ALL t,e
News Papers
And Periodicals
Published in UUitid States and Canada. OXicc at Post Oflico.
OTTO RIOHTER, Shiner, Toxas.
RATUBONE, K. of I'. LODGE.
Meets first and third Friday
nights in each month. S A darncs,
C C; E F Ruhman, V C; C I.
Wil.uras. Prelate; S.im F Nave.
Kof and S; John Ulohm, II W;
Louii TMUtvein,M E; T J Burkr.tt,
M If J W Holluwavt M Aj P L
MciyrJj.ICiiOF lUcbter, 0 G.
O. U. 11. S.
Meets the first and third raon
day in each month at Morris llall.
OFFICERS.
Ex-President Mas E. Wolters,
President John C. lilohm, Vira
President Wm. Zander, Sec. AlLiin
Hummel, Tre.. J. II. Huebucr.
TRUSTEES.
Gub Luerrsen, Julius Briefer,
Uo Veit, tt. Chas. Pfeil I. G. Got
Helwis, 0. G. W, F. Pfeil.
r'-'",i,'
iTCKEHS IES.IDSK.S.
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.,.Si-, ;
R3s:asr3s:sB'jasi
X-.'u.m.TD!- Dealers
lumber, shingles, sash, blinds,
doors, brick, wind mills, etc.
Genuine Gliddon Barbed "Wire.
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?i M Cv:.
rnM m-'v
MM 33i
fyiv::4if:ty::T'rty:jf!;txtT?. SSSi
STOYE, Tffl and HARDWARE!
2Xn.4.
lLOQM
BiEissmm!m
fSBHL
-MAKUrACTURUnS
Galvanized Iron Tanks,
ROOFING,
GUTTERING
FLUES.
Welijousfcr) ( Ss., r3ir)p) Yoxas-
FURNITURE!
In Imtnenso Stock at-
Wlil
,Bffl.1 :4uMSSP'8.
'lilch tliey are iltspnsInK o nl eloo llRiires, They ileal In nil kinds of olle
pntnts, YiirnNlie anil nn (iulito line of wnll paper. Tlicy liavo on linnt
a Urst-clnss 1m nf eolllns. Thesi- cwitU'tnen nie cnnsimnly ."IncreaslUf
their stock. Give them aeall and get 100 cents worth toi one dollar.
the
City Barber Shop,
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A. 0. KOEPKE, PROPRIETOR.
Call oci mo and get neat Shave, & good Shampoo, Sei Foam or
Tonic. A trial application of mjr Dandruff Cure lree. Hair cutting in
all tho lateit styles. Two first-clais chain and two good workmon.
OAM F. NAVE, M, D.,
Oeuoial Practitioner.
Shiner, Texas.
Office between Wclhauien's and
the drugstore. Calls! promptly at
tended. Roidencs opposite Meth
odist church.
; T. MITCHELL. U. D.,
F.
OFFICE HOURS:
All timca dnring the day. Office
next door to Wangemann's store.
Calls promptly attended to.
Shiner. Texas.
Correspondence.
Ulhvortli Dolus.
Dtr.ivnr.Tn, Texas
Editoii Gazette;
I have been so cmnplotely strick
en down over the contents of a cer
tai "jubilant uu.-slve," that I. had
M.
L. KIDSON, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OJIice next door to Grave's drug
store. Ofike honrs at all times
during tho day. Ctlla promptly
answered day and eight.
Shiner, Texas
w.
J. WARNOCK,
-IDentist.
ZAHN-ARTZ.
HalUttsvillc, Texas.
Will be in Shiner from 1st to oth
of every month.
almost decided that I was unablo
to write.
Death, a sad visitor, visited onr
little hind, snatching away the
aged mother of Mrs J D Smith, Mrs
Wlnkler.wbo for a number of years
has been blind. Deceased was S4
years of age.
Chas. Reid was in our city last
Friday.
Mr. Marteno. living on Win.
Green's place, got his leg broken
last week. He was running around
a hill and jumped out of the wagon
the wheel running over his lg and
breaking it just above the ankle.
Meisrs. McFce it Edmonson, of
San Antonio, were hero last weak
prospecting. They are thinking of
erecting a Urge house for tho pur
poso of merchandising.
A. Sinderman. our merchant,
made Shiner a visit la(.t week.
Several of onr young people went
out to Guadalupe ehuith Sunday,
but came back sadly tlUappoiuleil,
as there was no preacher n r con
gregation excepting themselves. ,
' Dr. W H Minton returned, Sun?
t- - f.:;-,. 'KteKM-aSMfe
day irom 11 visit lo Lee county, 'Jl3T
went to sea his bcot girl I, suppose.
So you are coming to Dilworth
are you, Mr. Batchelor? Well. I'll
say just romo along. We can in
Bttro you a good old lmckwoodsy
time. Marra has promised to fry
me up a fresh shirt 'specially for
the occasion, and the way wo ran
play dominoes, tpnrk tho gi.'K
and, oh well everything cHe nico
wa can think of. Oh Yes, I like
to forgot to tell you; over tinea you
mentioned something about third
party people nut wearing bonks,
dad's bun so uvul we can't look at
him, excepting when wo cross-eyo
a 0 lid. Dad is a third party
man from the end of his big Un
clear to tho end of his hair, which
sticks straight up on his head, and
ho actually got so mad about it.
that ho lus commenced to wonr
two pairs of socks at once, and n
hinting at democratic doctrine.
So when ou come, I'll adviso yon
to ride low nnu keep an extra i',n
on tho further edge of tho town, a
dad is liable to hop you at any
time. Yours truly,
Jakk.
(Stonewall Itistttutu Uriel's
SroxnwAi.L I?r.
EntTOR Gazette:
IUin is needed voryb.ul. Cotton
is shedding everything that it Inn
on, even to the Is.ives to groat ex
tent. The cotton crop will I..
shorter than last year, but corn
dos very well.
Stock are dying bid for tho wmt
of gras?, and if ho does not rain
soon they will do worse for want of
water.
Some of our farmers are busy
working with hay and fodder.
Renters are beginning to swap
places aronnd here now.
There was a dance at the ic-i-iencoofMr.
Quebedcaux last Fri
day night, given in honor of Mi.
Watt Miller. Those present re
ported a splendid time. Dancing
continued until two o'clock.
Health is extraordinary good at
present.
Visitors aro too numoroiH to
mention at our little barg.
' WELi.-msui.it.
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