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Shiner gazette. [volume] (Shiner, Tex.) 1893-current, September 14, 1898, Image 4

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8IIIHERTEX WED SEPT 14 1898
Tiif Fouith Texas stays in
the First Cnvahy goes out
and
IRiinnNUi is not poverty say
rather it is the thoiny road to
wealth
How Joe Bailly piedicts demo
cratic success in this years con
gressional elections in Texas
Flouh has diopped 10c per bar
rel iojo has declined 1c pel pound
and all hog pioducts are cheaper
The big cimp at Chhkamauga
has almost disappeaied Only five
leg nvnts lemiin of tho largo army
lately encamped thero
BrAusniT tayB there is an en
comaging oulook for all lines of
business and Dun says the volume
of business is tho largest evei
known
claims
one
of tho strongest and ablest pleas
ever made in the inteiest of good
government
Lieut Thomas H Wheeler a
son pf General Joo Wheeler was
drowned while bathing in tho surf
at Camp Wikoff His body was
found on the beach next morning
It is a heavy blow to General
Wheeler
Washington Sept 8 The or
ders musteiing out tho Fourth
TexaB Infantry have been revoked
Orders have been issued musteiing
nut Ilichos Immunes at Galveston
Texas and the First Texas Cavalry
at San Antonio
Tun Empress of Austria was
assassinated by nn Italian anar
chist last Saturday at Gonova
Switzerland Sho was on her way
from the hotel to tho boat landing
when tho man sprang upon her
and stabbed her in the breast with
n stiletto She died within an
hour
If the country editor was to
snap at all tho great inducements
held out ho would soon be a mil
lionaire If he inns a paper ac
coiding to the popular notion ho
would be in tho poorhouso If ho
published one half of the items he
hears he would be in jail onehalf
of the time and in the hospital the
other half Exchange
The debates in the Spanish
Cortes are getting somewhat
qually and anothor crisis is im
minent Tho Sagagta ministry is
getting shaky and may topple and
tail at any moment It is said tho
peace commission cannot bo named
until aftor the dobato on tho
piotocol is finished Several duolB
are in piospect as a result of tho
heated debated
It was cruel of Congressman
Hawley at CoHimbns to nsk
whether hisdistiict is to be cam
piigned by tho distinguished dem
ocratic expansionist Mr Chilton
or the able democratic antiexpan
sionist Mr liiileyj by tho leonine
sound money democrat Mr Mills
oi tho black cigle freo silver demo
crat Mr DeGraffonruid But if
Mr Hawley will help us demooiats
to find out wheie we aio at his
cinelty will have pioed kindly
iftcr all Gahcston Tribune
To the Patrons of Shiner Public
Schools
The following is a pai t of several
sections of the law enacted during
a recent session of tho legislature
providing for the establishment of
a uniform system of textbooks
t iroughout the state
Sec 175 Tho State Board of
Education together with the State
Superintendent of Public Institu
tion the President of the Sam
Houston Normal Institute and tho
Attorney Geneial shall constitute
a state textbook board for tho
purpose of adopting a uniform
system of textbooks for the Une of
the public free schools of this state
and for the further puipose of
executing tho provisions of this
act
Sue 184 After Sept 1 1898
the book adopted by the board as
a uniform system of textbooks for
this state shall bo intioduced and
used as textbooks to the exclusion
of all others in tho public freo
schools
Sec 185 Any teacher or trusteo
who shall violate tho provisions of
this act shall be deemed guilty of
a misdemeanor and upon convic
tion shall be fined not less than
ten nor more than fifty dollars for
each offense and every day of such
violation shall be considered a
sepai ate offense
This act applies only to the
English comte The provisions
regarding the teaching of oMor
1 a n gb a ges rem di hW rjolpameSas
formerly
All books used in the school
hero during the last session may
bo exchanged for others of tho
same giade or thoso on tho same
subject and some allowance will
be made for the old books
Tho now books can bo obtained
at A Graves and 0 Amsleia ding
stores
Parents aro requested not to pur
chase books until their children
have consulted the principal at the
school building Monday morning
Sept 19th in rogard to the books
they will need but to have the
children bring with them the first
morning all the old books in their
possession required in tho grade to
which they will pioperly belong
this yjar
I binceroly hope that tho parents
of tho community will heartily co
operate with mo this as well as in
everything else that will be for the
good of our Fchool Respectfully
Fiu k G GuiTrARD
Prin Shiner Public School
Tho Season for Advertlslnz
Says the penurious merchant o
Slowville Thoseason foradvertis
ing iB almost heio Deluded
mortall Tho season foi advertising1
is always here It neer endB
Tho successful business man never1
stops advertising He simply
makes a change fiom the old form
to something new But the ad in
ono form or anothor goes on and
on Ayers Sarsaparilla was being
advertised when I was a babo in
arms There haB been no cessation
during the progress of the years
It is Btill before the public in black
and white Printers ink did the
work for Ayer and will do the
work for every other man who will
uso it judiciously arid persistently
S Ebtib Miller
ANNOUNCEMENTS
RATES s
Congrossjonal
Representative
District offices
County offices
Precinct offices
1500
10 00
10 00
500
250
an
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES
J
For County Judge
D A PAULUS
Lor County Oleik
JOHN BUCHANAN
For County Attorney
WMffiLAKESLEB
For Tax Collector
J IXL MEYER
For Sheiiff
B gIbENNETT
For County Treasnroi
A BIEVALL
HUQH l3Sy
For Commissioner Piecinct 3
D Wi HUGHES
For Justice Piecinct 3
J 0 BLOHM
u
INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES
For Tax Collector
E F RUHMANN
j
For Tax Assessor
F J PESEK
For Sheriff
JOHN F HOUCHINS
For Commissioner Precincts 3 it 7
HENRY QUOTA
For Justice Precinct 3
R G 3EYDLER
Mr J R Pennington lecelved a
telegram yesterday evening stating
that Mr Ligo Pennington of tho
Rough Riders who was veportod to
be sick in a New York hospital
but who could not he located had
arrived home in Brenham on a
furlough HiB brother is now in
New York looking for him His
return relieves great strain from
the family whji weie of course
anxious as to his whereabouts
Qoiuues Enquirer
Eschenburg Blohm
Slainer
GEKTERAL MERCHANDISE
A lull and complete stock of Groceries Hnrdware
Crockery Boots Shoes and Hats Wo carry a
complete line of farming implements such as
WagonB Cnltivatois Planters Plows Hariows
Sweep and Double stocks Stalk Cutteis Mowing
Machines and Rakes
3KEF
WMWENDTLANDCO
srriirs Srjd
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AND tealers in
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J DROZDA Photographer
Having purchased the Photographic business of
G A PANNEWITZ
I am piepared to do all work in tho photographic line
Photographs lrom 200 por JDoz up
Views of houses family gioups Etc taken anywhere
on shoi t notice Enlarged pictures and frames at the
lowest prices
All Work Guaranteed
SCHOOL BOOKS
I have tho solo depository and agenoy in Shiner to supply tho
hiner city schools and tho snuounding country schools in Lavaca
nd Gonzales counties for tho following state text books
Retail Exchange
Pi ice Price
Stickney 1st Reader 18c 12c
2nd 24c 16c
3rd 30c 18c
Woodward 4th 35c 18c
Stickney 5th 45c 25c
fc > K Lower Arithmetic cloth 30c 15c
boards 2ic 12o
Highor cloth 50c 25c
boards 40c 20o
Bensons Practical Spellei Part I 15o 8c
Part II 15c 8c
complete 20c 10c
Hydes Lessons in English 22o lie
English Giammar 30c 18c
W L English Giammar 50o 25c
R it McN Pnm Geogiaphy 42c 21c
Compl 81c 42c
Hutchisons Physiology Book I 40o 24c
II 80c 48c
Cooper Estill it Lemon Hibtoiy 80o 40c
Pen nybackeis Histoiy of Texas 65c 30c
Z W it W 32 page Copy Book 8c
24 5o
Tho margin of piofitis so small in the ° e books that Ishall bo
obliged to sell tbem Btiictly for cash
AUG GRAVE
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