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VOL, 3.
SHINER, LAVAOA COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1895.
NO. 26
Dealer In
LUHBEB,
FLHTO & GREEN,
Sliiragles, Sa.sli. !Di ors, -l.iri.cls
and tailders' Hardware'
Genuine Gliddon and Waukegan Harbtd Wire. Pumps Piping
nnd Fittings. Aermotcr and Air King Galvanized Wind Mill Moun
tain Cedar and sawed burr oik Fenco Posts, rubber lniee, uuggy points,
cind brushes. Ituccios. nhaatonx. surrevs. hackf". harness. Studcbaker
fiirm am! spring wagon. In addition to the. above; 220 lots and soxo
lOiV oiqok Iho town ot burner, improved aim unimproved. Also 11
uhoicc lots in tbo town of Ilallettsville fur sale. I don't claim to bo tbe
Iftider, but I do claim to keep as pood a stock as is kept in tbo county
and will sell as cheap as any of my competitors in any lino that carry
in stock.
Lumber, sliinglcs, sash, blinds, doors, brick,
; wind mills, etc.
Tho Balrex !?"- .ct Barbed Wire, which is the
host on tho in- t and is easier to stretch than any .fcL
othorvwire. Pc1 and prompt attention at all times. v
Satisfaction Guaranteed,
Texas.
Shiner. -
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City Barber SSiop9
GO TO
J. E. MERSEBERGER'S
Fon
Fme Candies,
J.1U11, .MULB,
rttiAKS AM) 'lORAC'COS
SP2iiSEm&8lW'
The leader in good work and
low prices.
-GO TO-
I Ml.
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For your Harness, Bridles and Saddles. First-class work and Prico
to suit tbo times. Examine bis stock before buying elsowhcre.
West Main Strict, Shiner, Texas.
Cigar Factory 2045
LOUIS EHL6RS. PROP.
Manufactures the following bunds of Cigars.
CLEAR uAVNN.V, CIIAMPIQN, OOOD COMPANY, EL EEGEXTE
KEY WEST NATIONAL AND PRIZE HOiJUET
Only tho very bast grades of Tobacco ucd in these Cigars. Homo
Industry. SHINER, TEXAS.
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-hJL UIV111U1UV!
1 1 Jn Immense Stock at
Which they me disponing ot n( cloo Hsuies. Thev deal In nil kinds of oils,
paints. varnishes anil mi nulsto line of wall paper. Thev have on liiirni
a tlrst-elnss lot ot coffins. These pentleinen mo eoiistmitlv lni'lciislnj;
their stock. Give tln'in m-ull mid Bet lllu cents wonh toi one dollar.
A. C. KOEPKE, PROPRIETOR.
If you really wish a sbavo My room is neat,
Good as a barber ever gnye, My tow els clean,
Just call on mu at my saloon. My razors sharp and scissors keen
Morn, ovc or boing noon- And I will sen what I can do
In Shingling, Shaving and Shampooing you.
A Car Load of
'Leader,5 and 'Bridge & Beach'
Just received.
SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER.
Mr. Kuescl has seemed tbe nolo right to ell the celebrated
patent bauio book in Lavaca and DoWitt coiintKs. lie has
on hand a lino stock of Saddles, Whipd, Harne-s, etc. and
turns out none but first-class work. YOAIvU.M, TEXAS.
L. EIDSO.V M. D
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Fruits, Candies, Nuts, notions
1 Jbine btoek orJeweJrv.
lull on him at bis new stand, near the Post Office.
I j3ism.a,3?c3s: Saloon,
J. H. HUEBNEBtFROP.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
Fine wines, Liquors, Beer and
cigars.
tflff-NEXT TOWOLTERS fiUOS STORE;
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office next door to Grave's ding
store. Office hours at all times
dining the day. Calls promptly
answcied day and night.
Shiner, Texas
TUi: I'XATONIA. FIKC
Tbo following feregr.im was re
ceived here Thursday morning by
Mr. Henry I'huo from Kluloiiiu:
"North side of town fioni Cald
wo'.l to Paul burned this morning."
Later paiticulars as as follows as
given in a dispach to tbe Post:
Flatonia, November 2S At C;30
this morning tho nipid llnng of
pistols and the cry ot tiro ttartled
the sleeping denizens of this quid
little bum. It was soon teen that
smoke was issuing from C Foster it
Co.'s music store, situated in tho
midst of a bjoek of frame houses.
In a short time tbo building was
wrapped in flatues. which spread
lo tho adjoining buildings.
A coii'eivativu cstimalo of tho
ISAKEK.t LEONARD,
LAWYERS.
Yoikum, Texas.
Will be in Shiner once a month
oroftener, nml will accept employ
ment in any of the courts of tho
state, Reioiouces: A. G. W.inge
niann and other bm-iuets men of
Yoakum,
lasses is as follows; JI Caldwell,
photographer, $1000; no insurance.
Caldwell Ilros., druggists, $3000;
no insuiauce. C Foster it Co.,
music "lore, tSOOO, no insurance,
MtCmvn it Culver, giocors, M50,
no insuiauce. E C Decherd, gioivr.
most of stock saved: insured fnr
WOO, loss will boslight. NrsWaiiil-
inaiisro, millinery, i-tock mostly
saved in a damnged condilion; es
timated loss .1.2J0; no insuiance.
Haidin Rhodes. confeclionerv.
dauuige to stock $100;no insurance.
v !v Morgan, barber, "o!); nn in
surance. R Heidler.huildinc'UOO
no insuranoo. C E Kojok. datrage
to slock $A"0; no insiianrc C Paul,
saloon, 3000; no insurance, Mrs
Erdmansky, building. .toOO; no in-suranc-.
Anton Durr. bnrjei. and
F Sualai Inlloi, occupying alovc
building, sustained loas by moving
pictuies and stock, not cMimalid.
Tho origin of tho liro is a nivs
tery. Mr Smith, who slept in tho
rear of tbe building, says tho lint,
be knew of tho firo was when hi
was startled by a noise und then
smelled smoke. He lias no idea,
how the firo started, as they hail
bad no fire in tho storo since four
o'clock tho evening before.
Horaco Good was severely hurt
by being struck in Iho faco" by u
file hook. Tho business men rnd
otbeis worked like heiocs and l-.iv-ed
hundreds of dollars worth of
piopeity. Kmil Miller, while eai
rying out goods, liad both slims
pulled off in tbo mud, which was
nearly Unco deop, but kept on i.l
work in his bare feel.
Tbo work of rebuilding the burnt
district has already began. Til's
firo bheulil make tho people of
Shiner all the moro careful th i
winter. The wooden post ofiiee
blocl: and the Palace taloon corn'r
should be closely watched.
''MHAIiT,ETT8VII;r)Eh-w
Rain and niuil weie plentiful in
Ilallettsville la-t week, yet Iho
Hennesy Leiolo company did a
good business thrco nights. Rut
few opportunities have Keu given
tbo puoylebcio this st.inin foi go
ing to theateis, hence they wim
hiingiy. and besides ibis tlu com
pany dcercd the pitionagc.
City Attorney lllakeilco vislti.il
San Antonio last Thursday.
M II Townscnd was over from
Columbus Thmsd.iy lo se? his
brother, M S Town'eml.
V A Harris ,va, boiefrom Waea
tho latter part of the week.
Rev Siinins Ins returned fioin
attending tho Methodist Kpi-copal
confertneo in Sail Antonio. Ik
was 10 assigned to tho work heie.
Tuesday night ho was pounded.biit
not ilisliguied, untless ho alo tifn
many of tho good things with
which ho was pounded. Everybody
was glad to bavo him and his es
timable lady lcmaiu here.
Miss Etta Drown, of HcinpiUml,
hasietuincil home, after a pin
traded visit to relatives heie.
Mrs Ilngsdale is visiting in Aus
tin this week.
J M Cummins, Jr has contraetul
with tho Ladies' Cemetery ussoiia
tion to keep tho cemetery In nulfci.
Mrs Allen and childienare visit
ing her parents in Moullnn.
II 3 Heyo has returned Iroi . a
visit to San Antonio,
V. Ellis liiti returned fiom a i,it
to his ranch in Uvaldo and Znvol.v
counties and icpoits everything m
good shape there.
JLandawasup fioin Yo-ium
tho first of tho wiek.
Ilallettsville i to have tvv
dings toon anil two new resi '
for tbo parties aro being bul'
Miss Lottio Nichols, in ,.
Home, is visiting here.
J P Ellis went so San A.Uik'
on biisinu-s Fiida.v,
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