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Shiner gazette. [volume] (Shiner, Tex.) 1893-current, May 23, 1895, Image 1

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Sasli. IDoors, Elincls
and Builders' Hardware'
Genuine Glidden and Waukcgan Barbed Wire, Pumpi Piping
anil Fittings. Aormotornnd Air King Galvanized Wind Mill Moun
tJin Cedar and sawed burr oak Fence Posts, rubber hose, nuggy paints,
unci brushes. Buggies, pliaslons, surreys, hacks, .harness, Studebaker
larm and spring wagons'. In addition to the absve; 220 Iot3 and some
tow blocks in the town of. 8binor.ini proved and unimproved. Also 11
choice lots in the town of Hallettsville.for sale. I don't claim to bo tho
leader, but I do claim to keep as good a specie as is kept in tho county
and will sell as cheap as any of my competitors in any lino that carry
in stock. H
iner.
Texas.
Xi-inaMer' 'JDeales.
Mi them fora
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lumber,-doors,
Muscles.
9 1 -n
sasn, bimds.
wind mills, etc.
GennanoiGiidcIon Barbed Wie
Agents FoKflONITOR W3END MI7L
GO .TO
J. E.JMERSEBERGER'S
FOR
3Tino Candies,
Fruit, Nuts,
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS,
ia2g&B8$g3SP
The leaders in good work and
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-GO TO-
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For vour Harness, Bridles and Saddles. First-class work and Price
to suit tho times. Examine his stock before buying elsewhere.
.West Main Street, Shiner, Texas.
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'Cigar Factory 204,
LOUIS EHLSRS, PROP.
Manufactures the following brands of Cigars.
CLEAR I1AVANNA, CHAMPION, HAVANN.V IiUDS. EL REGENTE
AND PRIZE ROQUET
Only tho very beat grades of Tobacco used in these Cigars. Home
Industry. SHINER, TEXAS.
FURNITURE!
J Immenso Stock at
BL0HM& EAHIKE'S,
Vhtch tUoy in p disposing of at close figures. They deal hi all kinds of oils,
mints, vanishes and an milaite linn of Wall paper. They have on hand
n first-class lot of coffins. These Rentlomen me constantly Innroaslng
their stock. UWfl them aeall and get KM cents worth foi ouo dollar.
City Barber Shop,
Juliu Wesley Ilnrrtlu's Saj .
A. C. KOJEPKE, PROPRIETOR.
If you really wish a shave My room is neat,
Good as a barber evecgnve, My towels clean,
Just call on mo at my'saloou My razors sharp and scUw? keen
Morn, ova or being now- And I will seo whit I can do
In Shlnglinjf, Shaving and Shampooing you.
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HMRDMHRE
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.bjuciubku;
Hard-
A complete Stock of shelf
Ware at.
ITZ,
?:-4 PHOTOGRAPHER. -HO-
Auisto CAniNnr Photos $3.50 per Dozcn.SEViews or Houses Taken
ox Siwn-f Notice.
SMnor, ': : Tesac.
-DE.1LERIN-
Confectionary, - Fruits, - Huts,
JEWELRY, SPECTACLES and NOTIONS oif Arx Kimdf.
Bmsnn. -ii GIVE HIM A CAM., if
Tax.
! WOT L II Shoeco.
For sale by 7m
M.1
PHYSICIANiANK
umco next aoorjiio
Office hour?
m
ston
duririR the day;
answercd'da
Shiner.
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&
OLTERS VROS
Wd
UBGE0N.
Orave's drug
all times
s 'promptly
night.
'Jfy Texas
A heavy raiinTlnn'iD'slit and
has bean followcdfbjw chilly north
or this moiningft . i
M. RlchtevriVflt'iirfibscnt in San
Anton -M W
Belline out a; cost ttf'.MUtanck &
Martens, ' ;
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that all
the goods, waies, and meichandiho
belonging to the firm of Mitianck
i; Martens will ho sold on tho 20th
day of July, 1893, at private or
public sale.
J. C. Bi.omr,
Trustee.
M. Richter fpent the greater
pirtof li6t ween in San Antonio.
John Neimeyer relumed from
Mpulton Monduy. Mrs Neimeyer
is much impiovcd.
Work on the new buildings has
been much rcurde'd this week by
thtf raiu.
'dflerX
wity i ah
WUqr in a
El Paso Times.
To tho pcoplo of El pno and 1"
every one to whom it may concert
I have noticed several articles in
tho Times and Tribuno reliecting
on my character as a man. I wish
to announce right now that my
only ambition has been to bo a
man and you bet.I draw my own
ideas, and while I havo not always
come up to my standard, yet I
havo no kick to make1 ngulnst my
self for default. My present and
my fnturo ambition , is no hi' ln-r
than it has been in tho past, and I
wish to say right now whetbei in a
gambling house or saloon, and Fl
Paso seems to bo crowded th
these places, my only aim i to m
quit myself manly and bnwi
And as to tho Acrau jack-pot i
would not stand it hold-out, .-ml c
the pot without-.cven thre.itomi.g
violence or draw lnA gun. An to
' v ivm.i'si.Ma. T , "
ll.f, J..W, Tl ,1 .1 J ,H1
W.t.- ,1,1 IUU.
&4,:a." h
giossly in .itjtd byilieWs
hurrah manner, henco I told him
ho could not n in my money and
hurl all me too, and that as ho un
dertook to hurrah me ho could de
liver me tho money I had paid and
J'on bet lie did it. When he counted
out tho W5 I mid that is all T
want, just my money and no mow
He 6aid all right Mr. Hardin, and
when I Ult tho loom and gottdi
half-way down the stairs I lelnim 1
hearing words of condemnation f
my play. I said to every one ,n
the houho ami connected with t!'
play, I understand from ihe r -Uectlvo
remarks that s6mo o! j on
disapprove ot my play. Now if
this bo so, be men and get in a hn
and show jour manhood, to which
no one made any leply, but othrr
nodded that I was right and tli t
thoy approved of my play. V"
some one has asked for my i-d i
gree. Well, he is too gross to m
tice, but I wish' to sny right her
onco for all, pluck, push ami u
tnro wherever found. Yet I d ,11
a coward and assassin of chai.u t
whether ho bo a reporter, joiun I1-'
or gambler. And while I came tn
El paso to prosecuto Bud Frini r
and did it on as high a plan -possible.
I uiu now here to muj I
havo bought an liitl'iest 111 tin
Wigwam halofln and jou. win.
whether in Fl Paso or elsew he
that ndmiro Jilpck, tliat desue la.l'
play, are cordially invited K uill
at'tho Wigwam wlieie yop mi 1
havo everything dono to uinUu 11
pleasant l9r j on. All aio muuu
to pur blow-out on the eveniiic nt
Fourth.
Now I have no'apology to mal(
to anyone for my acls over ajuk
pot or a crap game, but toncit
everybody's custom and guara i' o
fair play.
John W. Hardin,
At the Wigwam,
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