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Shiner gazette. [volume] (Shiner, Tex.) 1893-current, November 08, 1894, Image 1

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SHINER, LAVAOA COUNTY, TEXAS, IE JFJDAY K J3NING. NOV.- 8" 19
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Skffos, Hats aad Caps, Groaories,
HARDWARE, WOOD a.id WILLOWWARE, and
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Aqictt fok NEW HOME SHWINC MACHINE, WALTER A. WOOD
MOWING MACHINES and RAKES, JOHN DEERE PLOWS,
CULTIVATORS and STALK CUTTEItS and BAN
NER PLANTERS. Agent for New Home Sowing Mathines.
Also Avery Stalk Cutters and
Louisville Cotton and Corn
Planter.
All kinds of Oountr7
produce bought at high
est market pricos. Cash
Paid for cotton Seed.
FS3 that Featherbone!
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Wagons, buggies, haoks, wind mills, oypress
well ourbing, genuine Glidden and Waukegen
arbed wire, builders' hardware, etc.
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sash, blinds, ;
doors, briqjjviiid. mills, etc.
Genuine Gi&4&en Barbed "Wire.
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Lumber, doors, Bash,
blinds, moulding
And everything kept in a
if Town Lots Improved and Unimproved. J
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J.E.MERSEBURGER
California Fryiite,
Fancy Candies,
Ico Cream and
Stationery.
Bl'O our 5, 10 and 25 cent
Bargain Counters.
Shiner, - Tex.
FOR SAIvE.
' HT K BHRGHIN.
A new dwelling house and two
lots in Shiner for 8800.
Forfu-tber particulars call en or address
ADOLPII STEPIIAN, - - - SHfNER, TEXAS.
arney s oaioon
Is where all the people go.
Fine Whiskeys, Liquors, Beer and Cigars.
Moulton, Texas.
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Bring vour Cotton this season to the old Reliable GINNDRS,
TRAUTWEIN & WOLTERS.
They are bettor prepared than over to do good work. Tho beat SI
"'oliiiio7yr(iiiiiiin3 eapTciriO Dales per'lny.'
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A. C. KQEPKE, PROPRIETOR.
Call on mo und -get a neat Sliavc, ii good Shampoo, Sea Foam or
lonio. A trial application of lny D uulrufl' Curo trea. Hair cutting in
all tho latent stylus. To flrt-(!i.na chairs and two good workmen.
IHotJBettlag Lxx Conneotion.
iW i.XhJ. JJIMrJj chftrch next week. "'&'
Eoadquarters for tho Best and Freshest
Tinware,
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Glassware,
Queensware, oil Paints,etc.
Oa.ll on tliena at, tin eir new stand
fifflTFREK Delivery til all part9 of tho Cilv.rjJ
ST. JOSEPHS
DAY SCHOOL
MOULTON, - TEXAS.
Opened Monday, Octuber 15th,
at the New School ISuilding.
A thorough course of studies in
Enjlish, German and Bohemian
Entrance Feo, $1. Monthly Fec,o0o
Address,
REV. Jos. IIUDEK,
Moulton, Toxus.
M.
L. KIDSON, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Ollico next door to Grave's drug
store. Office hours at all times
dming the day. Calls promptly
answered day and night.
Shiner, Texas
FOR RENT.
Forty acres 01 good land, well
improved, three miles east of Dil
worth. Address, J. I!. Kounaid,
Goiuales.
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TEXA
THE PLACE TO BUY -
Your grocerios is at 8, A. Carner
& I)in.Cnlliii thnm when von brin
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MOULTON.
MOUI.TDN, ThXAE.
Ebiioc Gajj&tte:
Post Muster Jonei is in San An
tonio, wheio ho will remain until
Nov. 8.
Oswald Duescher took in the
picnic at tho Lone Star Hull near
Shiner last week,
Den Schneider, aged about fifty
years, died last week at his homo
near Ihuisville of typhoid fever.
Deceased came heio from Fuilh
burg about u jear ago and lented
land ot Mr. Jneggli. lie lcae3 a
wife and t-evcral childien,
Babo Ciaue, son of Berry Crane,
is lying at death s door at this
wiiling.
i.atkii Ho died Sunday at one
o'clock and was buried Monday at
tho Old Moulton cemetery.
The following Arms have pro
vided themselves with tho Acme
Flro Extinguisher: Henry Krauoe
B. Lockman. D. Lockman and
MuelUr, BuoscherSons, Ed Boehui.
Madison Jonee. the agent for tho
Extinguisher, gave an exhibition
hero last week which was emmi
nently successful.
Alex Kotzebuo will work in the
drug store from now on, his place
it the cotton platform being taken
ny Henry Neimoyer.
B. N, Naylor, of the Indian Ter
v it Intro thU nook plopped-
Anton Riekcblargerand Theresa
Watzel were niirticd at the churcli '
last wok by Rev. Father Btnce.
The wedding festivities lasted until
Wednesday, October 31st. .'
The children of Off Woods have
been very ill of slow fevr, but are
better at this writing.
Minard Kotzebuo will occupy
his now residenco this weok.
F T Fohroiikamp Is preparing
to make a second story addition to
his house.
A convict gang is now stationed
hero grading and ditching the road
between here and Flatoni.t. They
are in charge of Warden Douglass.
A. W. Henrichs, of Kurnts City,
has routed the Kotze-bue building
next to the drug store and will
soon put in a stock of geneial mer
chandise. Anderson Harker has the Ga- '
zettk sent toliim nt Durant, I, T.,
Kljne Jackson visited Yoakum ?'
Sunday. '
Joe Arnim spent most of hut
week in Yoakum.
II. B. Wood-ley nmJe a business
trip to Yorktown Sunday. Ho has
oideied tho UAZLrru tent to him
at Moulton fioiu now on instead of
Inola, I. T., as heretofore.
G. J. Bnhnenkauip returned from
San Antonio Saturday.
Aug. Stephaii, of Shiner, was in
tho city Sunday on business.
Ii is rumoied that the enterpris
ing firm of Biieschcr Sons will
soon extend their business to
Shiner.
Chailos Bruuner, our joung
watchmaker, is crowded with work.
lie undoubtedly understands his
business.
SjjRov. Kosbcil,of Cuern, came up
Sunday to wtit Picf. and Mis.
Guenther.
Mis Nancy Lightner, of Milburn
Texas, is isiting Mis. Jlinaid
Koizebue, and will probably re
main all winter.
R. Albiccht was in Shiner last
Sunday.
Joseph Maicko, living about 3
miles liom Moulton, was held up
and robbed of t& Thuisday morn
ing ot last week, in Crane's lane,
oast of town, Theie were two of
the highwaymen, both white men
and had hankeichicfs tied ou-lho
loner p.ut of their (uces. Both weio
horseback, while Marcko mis atcot
Jumping irom their holies they
threw Marcko down and wi'nt
through his pockets, taking all the
money bo had, about fg. After the
robboiy thoy jumped on then
horses and galloped off. Ih.m u
no clue.
It is with deep regret that we
learn that Father Bones w ill ', leave
here on tho 15th of this month to
go to Bluff, Fayette county, to' t'Ske
charge of the dutieB ot tho cliuich
there. He will be succeeded heie
iv Father Jos ph Iludek. F.itl r
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