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VOL. 3.
SHINER, LAVAOA COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1895.
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Dealer In
S Singles, Sa.s3a. Doors, ElizicLs
and ijiilciers' Hardvare'
Genuine Gliddcn find Waukegan Barbed Wire, Pumps
Piping
and Fittings. Acrmoter and Air King Galvanized Wind Mill Moun
tain Cedar and sawed burr oak Fcnco Posts, rubber hose, uuggy puinls,
and brushes. Buggies, phaetons, surreys, backs, harness, Studebakcr
fum and spring wagons. In addition to the above; 220 lots and soir.e
fjw blocks in the town of Shiner, improved and unimproved. Also 11
choico lots iu the tonn of Ilallettsvillo for sale. I don't claim to ho the
leader, but I do claim to keep as good a stock as is kept in the county
ami will sell as cheap as any of my competitors in any lino that carry
in stock.
Texas.
Shiner. -
GO TO
J. E. MERSEBERGER'S
FOR
Tine Candies,
Fruit, Nuts,
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS.
jrwl(dKswr8iJffi?Safltt'l
The leader, m aood work and
low prices.
GO TO
rri pomi a moiti umi kkls -.
na fir
W JfJOJJiJrJiS3
For your Ilnrncw, Bridles and Saddles. First-class uoiU and Price
to buit the times. Examine his stock before buying elsewhere.
Wnat riin C3,.,-,! KMllPlV TpYfilJ.
Cigar Factory 2049
' T nillC CUT CiDC DOnD
Manufactures the following brands of Cigais.
OLE.Vlt HAVASNA, CHAMPION, IIAVANN'V. 13UD3. EL ItEdENTE
ANDl'WZE BOQTJET
Only the very best grades of Tobacco uocl in these Cigars. Homo
Industry. SHINER, TEXAS.
FURNITURE!
In Immonso Stock at-
BL0HM& HAHNKS'S.
Which they are disposing of at eloao Itnures. They deal tn all kinds of oils,
pnlnti, vurnWhes and an nulslto Hue of wall paper. They liavo on hand
iillist-eluss lot of eofflns. These pontlfiuen inti oonstuiUlv Inoieuslug
their btoclt. Givo them acall uud got 100 cents worth foi ono dollar.
THE OLD RELIABLE FIRM
TRAUTWEIN $ WOLTERS
MILLERS,
GIMNKRS.
Better prepared than ever to do good work. Bring them your
cotton and patronize home Industry.
-DEALElt IS-
Confectionary, -Fruits, - Nuts,
JEWELRY, SPECTACLES and NOTIONS or all Kinds.
S.H.vlr. f : GIVE IUM A CALL i-
FLHT05GREEN,
XjTj.rjaloe3? Dealers.
lumber, shingles, sash, blinds,
doors, brick, wind mills, etc.
Genuine Grlidden Barbed Wire
Agents Foi' MONITOR WIND MIX.L
City Berber Shop,
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PcATHCnSO511
A.C. KOEPKE, PROPRIETOR.
If you really wisli a shave My room is neat,
Good as a barber over g.xve, My towels clean,
Just call on mo at my saloon My razors sharp and scissors keen
Morn, eve Or being noon. And I will seo what I can do
In Shingling, Shaving and Shampooing you.
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IBisrnax'ofe E3l1qo:o.
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J. H. HUEBNEH, P&OP.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
Fine wines, Liquors, Beer and'
cigars.
ffS" NEXT TO WOLTERS BROS SIORE.
also delivered hy two young ladies
Miss Anna Hrcok and Miss Fran'
ces Mnlina.
Among thovlsltorB from a Ills'
tant wo noticed our old friend Mr
Jacob Kurc of Moulton.
The celebration wound up with
a grand ball at night. Tho day
thioughout was Intensely hot. Ill
tho afternoon thore wore local
showers on all sides. of Shiner, but
no rain fell near town.
IIALLETTSVII.LE,
Tom Williams, ancsted on .V
charge of burning the crib of Lney
William- and destroying one halo
of cotton and 150 bushels of corn,
has been remanded to jail in de
fault of a if 400 bond.
Tho commissioners' court, alter
a sf-s'i i1 it li days, has completed
tho t:i of passing on the assi'-uis
lollb n "umo aio now leady l t
the c .1 rotor. While doing this
work ttiey becamo frightened attliif
cracking of i wall in thgcourt
ChaSc
WelhanseiL
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A gcneial Ranking Business Conducted. Money lemitted to Foreign
Countiies. Doposits Received and Paid Demand.
Oilice Hours;9 a. m, to 4 p. in.
Money Guarded by Time HiOCiC Safe Burglar Proof.
Get your Homo Insiucd by Philip Welhausen. at tho Bank,
SHINER, - TEXAS.
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SUA'DAY'd CHLUURATtOX.
Vltcz TMge, Xo. l!)u, C.'S. P. S
Tho C.S.P.S. celebration Sunday
was well attended and passed oil
quietly, without a distuibanee.
Judgo Ilaidcsok arrived Saturday
and stopped with Ignaz Baca. The
parado formed at tho Fireman's en
gine houso early Sunday morning.
The procession was headed by tbo
Rothbour-Tomasko band. The C.
S. P. S. formed in 34 strong and
wero followed by the Hermann
Soehne Loge. Last came the fiie
men 17 strong. The parade march
ed up Main street to the grounds
direct, as tho heat was too, great to
permit of inarching around town.
The fire boys all carried umbrellas
and kept cool. Christian A)'agen
cr's place in tho ranks hbb vacant,
as Chiislian is still confined to his
bed with the fever. Joe Ondiej, J.
F. Kopecky and A. Hummel were
with tile C S P , and there wcr?
bit two absentees fiom tho com
pany without permission. A pictty
good showing for a hot morning.
Albert Moeller says ho won't c.iuy
the (lag any moie if ho knows it, as
it is harder noil: than stocking 20,
000 feet of lumber.
On aniv.il at tho grounds tho
different ordeis drew up on thh
platform and Mr. J. F. Kopecky
stopped to the front mid m.ido a
short but exceedingly good addiess
of welcome which was loudly ap
plauded. Mr Kopecky then said
"Wo will now have an addiess by
Mr Frank Ermi, and as it u ill bo
iu the Bohemian lauguugo all thoso
who ean'funderstand aio excusable
and may do what they like,"
whereupon thcio wa3 n stampede
to wash the dust out of their
throats and part.iko of somo of tho
good things piovided by Messrs M.
RichterandEhlinger.
Mr. Ermis was followed bj Jndgo
Haidufek, who delivered tho ad-dri-if
the lay Addiusscs were
Wra Burt, who was some timo
sinco declared a lunatic and ordeicd
restrained, n.is about to die in tho
county jail, and as tho asylums
would not take him, declaiing thero
was no loom, h has been taken in
charge of by A J Moore, who L.ues
fur him for il ti day at tho pour
firm'
Tho publio school is open and
has a'full attendance. Tho Stored,
Heart academy and eoncnt has
also a line jittunduucc. while the it
dance at tho ldndcrgaitui heboid
indli'iies that Ilallettsvillo lined
moio tchoal houses.
Pi'of. Fud Furgeton, a fl Hie
ing mastei. was arnsted in C'orpuf
Cluisti lat Thureday for th rob
bery of Palmer's chug store iu Vo.i
kilin t-evcral weeks ago. Hi was
brought bad: i.nil lodged iu jail
Tho Giaphio says:
"In conversation nilli Mr Pal
mcr this lnoiuing, iclative to tho
anest of young Fred Furgeion, ho
said that he found a goodly num
ber of his goods in tho boy's uank
at Corpm Christij that sonu ui
them had been sold to a drucgisi
down theic, but the majo.ity of
them, includingthc spectacles, ti .
he has not yet found, but fi mI.s
ho will yet get them. Pud cluins
that his nnclo wnt him the jw 1-,
and that Mr. Painter is mi-'!,n
about his stealing "them. Ini nf
1) B Cains' goods welo also I u d
inthotuiuk along with Mr Pi1
mors's goods, and oatcul.iy Mr
Cain, accompanied by City Mar
shal Cieswoll, wcrtt to Corpus
Christ!, identified tho goodf con
sisting of sdmo pocket knives to
bacco, etc., and brought them ijaei..
The1 also found by anotbt teaiclt
nf the houso vhei'o Furgu-on r
sided, a iot of tho spectacles taken
from Mr. Palmer. Fred is in jail
at Cuco ''
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