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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 26 October 1893

i 2, V 0l&yw o ii sv e NORTH SND RKIROHD HIZENUEi- 'CTJW GKRNES hnd BRQ. .. .4. .4. .f .. .4. SHINER, TGXHS. V -riai-.iJMM1w These gentlemen are prepared to fit yon out in first-class style in the line of family groceries, toilet articles and glassware They also deal in all kinds of country produce. Best of attcn tion paid to customers; free delivery to all parts of the city Give them a call and look over their large : stock of fresh staple and fancy groceries. er reiic. ft..1 K & Agent for nil NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, etc Papers ii specialty. Oo Smitiie ! (Correspondence. Stato Hand in your money and savo postage and exchange Office at I ho Post office. Joseph. O mare; iieaixiuautehb rou flgtH-lsifi ($clj5, gpad?js, fM AND GROCERIES. Iiunch at nil Hours. Shine::, :: Fresh Oity Beer always on T?.j, :: :: Texas. EM c ILLINERY STORE. I havo opened up a Millinery Shop In Shiner adjoining ,S. A. fames it Bros.' storo and will be r1.h1 to see itll who need anything in my line, whic...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 26 October 1893

CONGRESSIONAL NEWS. Senators Arc S'jjnlng an Agreement to Veto lor a Compromise Amendment. THE BOND ISSUE QUESTION SETTLED. The Secretary ol (he Treat ury Hat Power to lnue Bond i Under the Reiumption Act ol 1875-No Quorum. Wamii oton, Oct. 23. Senators aro signing an agreement to vote for an amendment to tho ptcsont bill whkh willjmako tho icpcul opetative on Oc tober 1, lfe94, providing for tho coinage of tho silver to bo pui chased as well as tho seignior ago at cru ing nntl now intho tieasuiy tholattei amounting to $5S,000,00U. 'lhe compromise ulso provides for thu ictliing of all paper monov except silver certificates undet $10. fho bond issue is left out, as Attotnc) Genet alOlncy In a foimal opinion to tho i resident holds that tho resumption act of 1875 confus ample uutborlt) upon the sectetai) of the tieusui) to is no bonis. No Mure Night Senloii ,JVaiiivito, Oct 17. Iheic vvrll piobibly be no moio night sessions In tho senate while tho repeal hill U pi tiding lhe silver me...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 26 October 1893

" '' "mmfrf A NEGRO HIGHWAYMAN Atlicks Y. M. Langdon With a Picco ol Gas Pipe, Knocking Him Scnsoless. 5f: I 41 ! 'J- 1 M I HE EVIDENTLY INTENDED ROBGCRY. r 'While Trying to Seirch Ung don't Pocket, He Wat Frightened Ofl and Made Hli Eicape A Shooting Scrips at Kouilon. Dallas, Tex., Oct. 23. Last night about 9:30 Mr. Y. M. Langdon got olT a strcot car near the corner of Livo Oak and Peak streets and was pro ceeding to his homo close by when a negro highwayman struck him on tho head with npteco of gaspipo.knocklng him senseless: Tho negro then bent over his prostrate form, seemingly for tho purpobo of searching his pockots, but was driven off by one of tho pas sengor on the streot car who, having witnessed the lusault, jumped off the car and ran to Mr. Langdon'B rescue J , jvir. L.anguon was taken to his house In an unconscious condition, and it wns feared ho could not live until morning i Mounted police and deputy sheriffs were on the hcono soon uftor tho nstault was made, but ' no...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 26 October 1893

J.. ) 4. LOCALS. Lemonade at Stersoljcrgcr's. Prof. Long returned Saturdiy. California fruits at 5Ierseber ger's. Cool City beer on tap at Joo Ondrcj. Gus. Walker went to Flatonia, Sunday. Wm. Green wn-' in Conale?. Sunday, George Soydler wm In Weimar Sunday. 'II OAZErrr is going to take thehvi. liismark Saloon for 0. D. II. S. cigars. Jin- ice court was in session, Salurduy. Henry Kneel was in Flatonia 'this week. Ad-' rtise in the Gazette and be in fa' 'lion. J. 17. Colo visited the Gazette cilice, F -iday. S. I'. Moore of Moulton was in town, Monday. r i Mcrseberger went to Fla- iday. Litlson went to Hallots tnrday. .!. Kokcrnot has been quito week. load of (lour nt Jlittanck's , barrel. '. French of I.ockliart was nday. ! .loBismark Saloon for cigar. Van nil' Nolan went to i'liidiiy. n'ker 'jti t to Cuero last c-iness. Williams has received a 'imunt. uiersmann has a positive po worm. an Claire lilake went to " Tuesday. easier of rjcrjulenburg ii last wok. "al cigars and flno tob...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 2 November 1893

(U J!1- ..-. t i ,y n G-A. 57! SH HP HP "Ml VOL. 1. SHINER, LAVACA COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, NO 7. 2, 1893. NO. 18. K V- g, Boots, A, G. Wangemann, -..,.. m'itrii tv. i i Dry Goods, Clothio Sliocs, Hats and Capo, Groceries, HAUDWAUK, WOOD and WILLOWWARE, and Gen'l M'ch'ndise. Auknt k.k NEW HOME SEWINC MACHINE, WALTER A. WOOD MOWING MACHINES anii HAKES, JOHN DEERE PLOWS, CULTIVATORS and STALK CUTTERS and BAN- NEK PLANTERS. Also Avery Stalk Cuttera and Louisville Cotton and Corn Planter. All kinds of Country Produce bought at highest market prices. Cash Paid for Cotton Seed. ,,I lams Lumber Yard L Long Leaf Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumber, LUMBER! H ffl r s T l loiiJLili M w E are receiving daily cir loids o LUMHEH and our Btock is being constantly replenished. We will not 1o undersold by nnv lumber firm in the countrr. We have SHINGLES. SASHES, DOORS, BLINDS, BUILDER'S HARDWARE and tbe genuino'U.MDDEN WARRED WIRE and FIRE-PROOF BRICK. Wo also deal in Lie Stock; our yard is jut ...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 2 November 1893

Theywer RE BURIED TRCABURE. ,A nPTRniT MIRAP.I F ! " wt-- 1 jm , -ONUHAttL& WCESTOR. 1H HEN the bigotry of tho Inst James compelled sub jects to tnko tip arms against him Mr John Coch rane was one of the most form idable enemies to Sis dangerous UhurDAtiom.aTid one of tho most prom inent actoro-ln Argyio's rebellion. For nges it itattructlvu doom seemed to have onceover the houso of Camp bell, milling In n common ruin nil who jaiiscd their fortunes to the cause ofitftcVWt Sir John Cochrane was no exespHon. Ilo was surrounded by the king's troops, and, after a long and. dr-rperatc resistance, he was taken pribohnaRU was iried aud condemned to die upo-a the scaffold, lie had but b few Ouy to live, and his Jailer nwniicdonly the arrival of tho death warrant to lead him to execution, His friend had visited him and ex chunged the last farew ells all but one; h daughter Grlzel, the pride of his 1mm, his dearest treasure, she ulone hail net como to receive his last blrM-bij". Night bad...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 2 November 1893

WH n is 'S - -.y ' i A i ' , I Cter Djiperala 1 Oonstlpatlon Dr Snoop's KestoratUe Nervo Pills nent f rce with Medkalliook to prove merit, for Jo stump VrugeittMSic Dr Shoop, Hqjc w KaolneWia. When Tf-o detroj nu -old prejudice wt havouceslof a now virtue Befcham'b l'ltii net like inaglo on the ritnt organs restore lost romplexlou nml I ring back the kec n edge of npjetlte Slight circunifctnncen are the stumbling blocks In families How Thlit We offer One Hundred Dollars lteward for any cme of Catarrh that cannot lo cured bv Hall Catarrh Cure F J CHUNKY A, LO , Prop , Toledo, O Uo tho undendgued, Iiavo known F J Cheney for tho Inst 15 Yearn and belle, e him perfectly honorable hi all business trnnsnotUns nnd financially able to entry nt any oUintlon mndo h their fli in West A. Truax U liolrnufe Druggists, To ledo, O , Waldinff, Kinnan &. Marvin, Vholesnto Druggists, Ioledo, O HoJl b Catarrh Cure la taken Internally, Acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of Hie system...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 2 November 1893

V TH6 CKZGTTE. I'UllHncn EVERY THURSDAY nY C, W. WAltl). Sl'USCHIPTION One Year, Postpaid fl.00 JZiitcrcd at the Stiircr 'Jcas, Post Office as s;co)id class matter. EIIINEE, TEX. THU NOV., 2nd, '93, On tlio AViirjiatli. Wo understand that a certain veiling man in this town is blowing iuound that ho "beat the stuffin' " out of tho proprietors of tho Globe, and fanned out the oflicc generally. Up to ditto vie haven't seen the Kilorof tho man's hair who per formed thin miracle which, by the May, was never performed, and nover expect to. It, is just barely jiossiblo that some peoplo have "cussed U8 out" vigorously, but they have, without exception, chos en themselves for an audience. Hut as for "cleaning us out:" if anjono wants to try it, we will al ways be found at the Globe office, next door to John Oltmann'a baloon. Schulenburg Globe. Go slow, boys, go slow. Such war-talks do you moro harm than good. Editor Cannon of tho Velasco World is doing moro for Velasco than other one man cou...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 2 November 1893

Y'j'; 4tJ -y m $j3 00 NORTH ND RHILROHD HJZENUEP HND BRO SHINER, TSXHS. staple and fancy groceries. These gentlemen are prepared to fit you out in first-class style m the line of family groceries, toilet articles and glassware They also deal in all kinds of country produce. Best of attcn tioii paid to customers; free delivery to all parts of the city (iive tnem a can and look over their large stock of fresh French Smith Agent for all NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, etc. Slate Papers a specialty. Hand in your monev and save postage and exohange. Office at the Post office. 9 Correspondence. ph narej. HEADQUARTERS VOll- Upmd tfod$, Splji, ailip -AND GROCERIES, Lunch at all Houra. Fresh Oity Beet always on Tap, Siiiner, :: .! :! :: :: :: Tkxas. If EW MILLINERY S 1 have, opened up a Millinery Shop in Shiner adjoining S. A. Carnes it Bros.' Btore and will bo glad to see all who need anything in ny line, which consists of HATS, TJEIMMIlTGrS. PLlBBOnSTs. I (eel confident that I can give perfect sati...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 2 November 1893

CONGRESSIONAL NEWS. i Legal Investigation ot a New Political So ciety That Bothers the Politicians. THE AMERICAN PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION. It Hai a Strong Hold In Fiva Slatei Voting on Amendmenti to the Repeal Bill in (lie Sen at a Quito Lively. WAPrtiNmoN, Oct. 30. If tho house decides to-duy to adopt the resolution otTcred I'riduy by Ml. Wcodoclc of Michigan to chullongo tho title of Representative Union of the eighth Michigan district to his scat, a con grcselouat investigation of tHo new ioUt(cul society known as tho Ameri can Protective association will ho tho lesult. Tho American 1'roteeiUo as sociation has figured in politics for several years and especially In the states of Ohio, Michigan, west ern New York, Illinois nnd Wisconsin. It Is a 6ccrot anti political organization and has In De troit and other cities completely upset tho calculations of tho politicians. Its j)owet' has been demonstrated on more than ono occasion and it has bo conio a night maro to politicians In homo...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 2 November 1893

s A GENERAL BREVIARY. l (nlcresling Items (rem All Over tho Selected Irom Various Sources. World A FULL AND COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW, Embracing Serious and Senialloml Happening), an Current Newi Covering Many Topic l Intereil to All Readers. MIp Francis Willlard lias again boon elected president of tho W. C. T L' . by a oto of 1358 out of a total J170. Tho othor ofilcers aro: Sec letarv, Mrs. Mary A. Woodbridge, Ohio: roconllng socio tai'y, Mrs. L, N. Stevens, Michigan; treasurer, Mrs. II. M. Barker. North Dakota. Tho official roster was completed by Mrs. lara Hoffman, as assistant to Mrs. Movens. In reply to a complaint of tho hinofO minister at Washington, Mr. Vang Vu, tho stato department lias made representations which Indlcato that tho United States will not accept consular certificates as conclusive exidenco that tho Chinese bubjects presenting thera as merchants or artists and therefore entitled to ad mission to this country. Tho body of Miss Sarah Trimble, aged 1M years, was fou...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 2 November 1893

J LOCALS. Iv - CM i s Our Agents. Tho Gazette's Agents nro follows; Gonzales Gnslon Dellerry. Stonewall S. S. Colo. Iloolilicim 1. C. Cox. Moultcm T. 1'. Jackson. Dilworth J. II. Krntnlimu. At large M. It. Polk. Lemonade at Mcrscbcrger's. California fruits at Mcrscber Br'. Cool City boor on lap at Joe Oiulrej. ' Tlio Gazette is going to take the load. C. II. Flnto was -13 years old Tuesday. Bitmark Saloon for 0. 1). II. H. cigars. Advertise in the Gazette and lie in fiHiion. Mrs. -'Youngs went to Sweet Home, Tuesday. Car .load pf Hour at Mittanck's at i4 per barrel. 0" to tlio llisniark Saloon for 0. I). II. S. cigar. ('. L. Williams has received a carlo .id of cement. Dr. Schicrsmann has n positive cure for tape worm. Bob Elam of I.ullng passed through ton;n. Sunday. Red seal cigars and fine tobac cos at tho City bakery. M. l, Polk in an authorized ngeut for the Gazette. "My Favorite," cigars on sale at the Favorite Saloon. Wanted, 10,000 bushels of corn at A. (J. Wnngemann's. fio ...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 9 November 1893

-K ) ' mitwmwf 1 fSf 3B3G V0L.1. ; & " i SHINER, LAVACA COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, NOV. 9, 1893. NO. 19, A, G. Wangemann. If Goods, Clothing) Goots, Slices, Hats aaitl Gaps, Groceries, HARDWARE, WOOD ami. WTLLOU'WARE, and 971 1fflfT9 "E 9 "ffi o m t vm i ' w. Wl A i:-t roit NEW HOME SEWIXC MACHINE, WALTER A. WOOD MOWIVG MACHINES and HAKES, JOHN' DEERE PLOWS, CULTIVATORS ami STALK CUTTERS and UAX- XER PLAXTERS. Also A very Stalk. Cutlers ami l-oulsvillo Cotton ami Corn Planter. All kinds of Country Produce bought at highest market prices. Cash Paid for Cotton Seed. I Ifffi ii--9mQ urLi VV a o L Ilrmliitiai-tcrs for-- umberYard long leaf pine, cypress well curb ing', sningies, siisiies, aoors ana l"kl 1 HI fl"l Gl r'L'llumo HliJJcii and Wankegnn Wire, P.iiling ( Uli.Jlll.10. Wire- Fence, lirick. Sawed burr oak and Mountain Ofd.vr Posts. Acrmotor, Dandy, Perkins and Enterprise Wind Mills. Pump, Cylinder Piping and till 1'lnmber'n goods. The celebrated Studebaker Vngon; ulto l...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 9 November 1893

- -A A GENERAL BREVIARY. nsn Interesting Hems Iftn All Over the World Selected from Various Sources A rULL AND COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW, Embracing Seriout and Setintfonal Happenings ind Current News Covering Many Topics ol .nlertil to All Readers USt Paul, Minn, letontlj Unco masked robbcm onteicd tho ? ilooti of Mb had Wclkt niwi oidcied Welkt and Joseph Hcida u contractor to hold up their bunds Uelkt wus tdow in obcing the comraand and immcdiatol was knocked sensetess with tho butt of u luvolvcr lludu Mtuied to i mi unci was fatally phot 'iho hfghwavmen tobbed tho till of $11 and mudo I In. It e&capa I ho claim of Marcus I loodof ( hau tauu.ua count V , and his elslcr, Mis Margaret Hlllukei to f 0,000 000 c u h of tlio estate of James C 1 lood, is doubted in ban liunelsco Iho Hood estate wan appraised at I,2'0 -000 although worth about $10 000, 000, but it was devised to tho widow and two cliltdicn and no contest v. is c ei made Ihrco hundred and nineteen men, who wero unablo to (...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 9 November 1893

SjiP"T!'i,"' W-?, ft" V-ii iitmw; T -OTVKR ""7 1 A TERRIBLE DISASTER. Five Hundred Cases ot Dynaml'e Explode on the Spanish Ship Cubo Muchac'ie. FROM GOO TO 1000 LIVES ARC LOST. Ths Sea vai Lilted Up Into the Air Like Unto a Wa ten pout, While the Damage to Property (3 Immense Maduiiy, Spain, Nov C A start ling1 messago has been received from a Hinall village mat tho city of ban tandcr, 200 nilloi fiom thUclt, nn Jiouncing ntenilie explosion of dyna mite, which Killed tho gov or nor of tho province and a largo mtmbor of peo pie Including bovcral lulling citizens, and which also sot llio to tho city and caused Immense damage on all sides 'Iho Cubo Muchuche, u Spanish steam ship belonging to Llllboa caught Jho at i o'clock 1 rid ay afternoon whllo steaming nloncsUlo tho quay dlschaig- ingapartof hoi caigo, which coin ptiiod noaily 2000 tons of merchan dise, though tho main p irt of hoi uugo was hon 010 and n nuinboi or sacks of lloui, bmmls of wine, many ia-i h of putro1oum mul ovot I...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 9 November 1893

h. . K.'f $ .' ' -- . f,r' IB 1 THS CKZ6TTE. Pnn i-iu o i vphy w. A riinibriAY nv SI II"' Itll'TlON One Year, Post-mid . irl.00 Entered at the Shiver 7eas, 'est Office as s.-couit class matter. SHINEB, X.THU., H0V Oth, '93. To the Lockliart P.egislcr, La Orange Journal and Bcovillu Bee: You have hocn lamentably remiss in exchanging with us of late, lie a littlo more punctual can't you? The column or to of editorial paragraphs that appear from week in tho I.uling Signal arc enough to ruin tho reputation of tho stale. Tho fungous, periphrastic mon strosity that hews out the local and editorial matter on tho Signal with a broad-ax is named oll'-color. Tin: New Era of llaUetsvillc, it is s.tid, will mako itt debut De cember 1. next, "tricked out in a new uniform anil fighting under strange colors," anil will lanch its barque on tho bosom of the (so called Dead) sea of tho fractional party. K. 0. Mcitzrn will guide its dostiny and its remain to be seen whether a "New Kra" of lifu witl so...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 9 November 1893

s J Pv II &.b. Q U r.TTDNCQ "wJiA DDA jLj&- i JT M . li ri fl VI VI I. r 1 (V: 1 R rt M "Ik U U 1 H "3 tf-"-i' U II V 1.31 U It id VM1JL-1 -5W -a la 4.i a .l k jm& h b rJ" b v . w,- . - -"' ,, y . r " ! i. .. .. o a a.0 NORTH GMD RTHLROHD H1ZENUEP staple and fancy groceries. SHINER, TGXHS. These gentlemen arc prepared to -fit you out in first-class style in the line of family groceries, toilet articles and glassware They also deal in all kinds of country produce. Best of atten tion paid to customers; free delivery to all parts of the city urivu Liiuiiici am una iook over ineir large stock of fresh Pwsmro1k (Tfe Q-wval-frlTj .Mi, ii ijlal w hlJ3.iiJai-iy.2tftj Agent for all NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, mc. State Papers a specialty. Hand in your raonov and save postage and oxchange. Office nt the Post ollice. Joseph ncirei 9 -iti:vio.r-AUTi:us roit- tQxiqvsjl oo, Jfusci, csaqtfl'I-! AND GROCERIES. Lunch at all Hour:. Fmiim-.ii, :: Fre3h Oity Beer always on Tap, :: :: Texas. EM I...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 9 November 1893

5SigBgfB ,.,-.. i i M wsYi ' r ?v "-, 2ftC JW aifpitgsz? I (RS UirnegiosliM. woids mm Iwen 'lor heuvens Bike, I otltia don t let it 1 o late again to day! ' ltwasluncheon nnd luuihcon to men who have bpent tho morn bag on tho moors is important At 12 lf, therefore, just HfUtn minute before It was necessary to start tho wagonette was hy Mrs Cutnegios orders at the door, the biskeU put In, and JIrs Car ingle in the btenUf ist room, worrying her sUtci Mis Main waring, by adsuranets tint tho ghls would make them late as usu il Dolly was icndv half an hom ago said "Mrs Jlalnwurlng I wivv ln.i in tho hall " Dolly Is not g lng Itli us Dont distress your&eh about I toll j sin. is quite happy How dots rIio m ike hei self ho ' Oh I don t know Wo nio going to be folate! Sho "sketches she docs all hinds of things I don t think she milks tho cons hut fehu ctitntnl) ftids tlie chickens ' ououht to I now a gitatdcil moiL al outlier th in ou do iheie Is milIi i thing-iih getting titcd of gar h ...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 9 November 1893

5w!'vMP ' ' 5BSESW jpxi n SripliijF m ' fifMPi U Cure Dyspepsia nml Constipation. f Shoop'anpRtoratlvo Nervo Pills sent free with Mfldienl Boole lo provo merift, lor 2c stomp Druggists ,2fc, Dn, fenoop, box W.,Iliiclne Wis. It U better to soo "raea os treos walk lug" than not to boo at nil. The only way to keftp from backsliding Is to keep gliding forward -'feWWlP KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement nnd tends to personal enjoyment when rightly UFed. The many, who live bet ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by mora promptly adapting tho world's best products to tho needs of physical being, will attest tho value to henItho tho pure liquid laxative principles embraced lu tho remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is duo to its presenting in tho form most acceptable and pleas ant to tho taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of n perfect lax ative ; effectually cleansing tho system, dispelling cold3. headaches and levers and permanently 'curin...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 9 November 1893

-ef-v 1 t ? 5V LOCALS . Ill . 1 I 1 ,'niU KtriuinP liliddii' I uli vl wire at l'l a l A. (Jul i ( -d II- 'ili , n1' it .. I. r. , .itli I. IT i .--M.lv ' i itun i- cm i iiliturnia iru Ion IV Hern . - (.Mo. '. Cox. J. i nniiam M (in i v 1 1 r- I n v. riebTger pi.- e -h f Jli c 111-.. I)i. 15. W.Bristow .vas i tow n now occupied by V. V. Fore v. -.'I th in.l .in' . g iu . i '. t . i 1 b. --W h u about tint . imiiiitlu' tn 11 1 1 . ,nipin wn- imijj U np iii, lit to pun tor r.ini ' Fich ny5tci" at (lie cltv bak rrj ; pi ice per doen, svewed, .10 els; fi." .1. "0 t,i iv 'J" o's, Tel. Tipli n i itm Hob it-inn - I 'h.'. 1 Si'iiiduy nnd bi ph.. i l.ikm by U 1". n ol.l Tin' cnormuiii liimb. , trade of Sinner l- ft p jil. .uliil oniiiinoiitary on the pio'ptiity ol tlie touti. August Mari-ns is painting the new hnllc mi l'.iit vil'iln sued, Tin dm lli-mark Saloon lur O. 1). If. S ci'i.ir . : I tpniPiiU of cotton seed con ti ic h ..ivy. Dr. Kim of Sweet Home was in Im n, Sunday. tar load of Hou...

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