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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 22 December 1897

r K M ipiam ii n in in Hmp viqpwmOTBHnJmiugi i jmi ihiiii imi ui iiiwii i up 1 1 pip iiW H i VOL 5 LUMBER and Builders Hardware J H HKrEHMTERProp HEADQUARTERS FOR Fine Wines Liquors CIGARS NEXTlO WOLTERS BROS STORE DEALER IN P STUERICE Piopriotoi Fine wines CIGARS Beer COOL FRESH BEER ALWAYS ON TAP Shingles Sash Doors Blinds Tho Gonuino Glidden and Waukcgan Barbed Wire Mountain Cedar and b tvved burr oak Fenco Posts rubber hose ouggy paints and brushes Buggies phaetons surreys hacks harness Studebaker arm and spring wagons Slliner Texas T EMEMBER THAT TJNGBEOKBR CO Is headquarters for Kre h and Fancy Groceries al o foi Fine Candies Fi nits Nils Tob icroi nnd Cold Drinks Wo deliver your Groceries at your home at once free of charge dive as a all Satisfaction Guaranteed IBay Taixc Groceriei A 0AKliSSvn anaiger Headquarters for the Farmer SHINER LAVACA COUNTY TEXAS WE iJESDAY M0RNIN3 DECEMBER 221897 AreiVou a Why do ygujpay 100 for nrticles tliat you can buy fowjust onehalf tho price a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 22 December 1897

THE GAZETTE rubllahvd Every Thursday ly C W WAKD Editor and Pub BUBSCKIPTION HATES Dno Year postpaid poQ Entered at the Shiner Texas Tostofflco ts secondclass matter THE USE OF CORAL It 1 by No McalM a Uenoral An It VTas Formerly v Tho beautiful coral necklaces and brooches that were once so fashion- able aro seldom worn now by women in this country said a Now York ilesler In rare and curious ornatnents to a Washington Star reporter recent- ly Thirty years ago the material was In great demand for all sorts of articles of personal adornment At tho present day coral Is used largely only In such countries as Abyssinia the Congo the Cape India and Cey- lon Siberia China and Japan The cholest pieces aro used for the buttons of Chinese mandarins or for ornament- ing the turbans of rich Mussulmans while the Inferior qaulltles aro sent to less civilized countries whero they are employed for various purposes Coral has been often used as money In oriental countries but that use of It Is now d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 22 December 1897

CHRISTMAS SONNETS By Christian Burke I Thl3 Is that Holy Nlghtl O Worla bo still Surely It wo but listen wo shall hear That Song that all tho luminous dark doth nil The Choir of Angels chanting soft and clear Glory to God and on the Earth Good- will Nov with the eager Shepherds let us run Across tho starlit plains mid shadows dim To that poor shelter whero the Motncr Maid Ere break of day her firstborn glo- rious Son With a narrow crib adoring laid Because His people found no rest for Him O mighty Love that wo lequlto so 111 How often wilt Thou deign to seek Thlno own Who gavo Theo yon bare manger for Thy throne It Coino all ye Faithful let us watch a spacej Mary and Joseph will for U3 make room That wo may look on Him Whoso ra- diant face Llko some fair flower In all Its lovely bloom With light and glory fills this lowly place Lo we have travelled from a country far Through years of failure deserts sad and wild And even as of old came Eastern Kings With costly treasures led here by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 22 December 1897

B M n 0S S IB I 9 9n V Q 0 0 3 I E F Ruhmann announces this week for tax collector of Lavaca oonnty Ho comes out early bo that every one may know where ho stands Mr Ruhmann is well and favorably known all over the county and ho has friends overy wheio His record is a clean one for no one can say aught of Emil Ituhmann Ho is one of Shiners best citizens and he will get n good support He has been solicited by scores of his friends to make the race henco the announcement Willie Hollas now in Yoakum has acceptod a position with John Buchanan in tho county clerks office at Halletsville and will begin his duties there January 1st Willie is a Shiner boy and tho Gazrtte rejoices that ho has so cUred a good place Mr Buchanan is to bo congratulated on having Secured a good assistant as Willie speaks three languages fluently and Is au allaround good man District Attorney Sam Green BpeUu Sunday here We thought wo had muddy Btreets this week but when wo wept to Yoakum we Fftw mild that was mud I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 22 December 1897

kftl v M0ULTON P R ALBRECHT Maker of tbeSieel Beam Middlo Breaker and the Texas Ad- justable Sweep Stock All work guaranteed Horse shoeing a specialty Blacksmith and Wheelwright R ALBRECHT TEXAS DEALER IN lumber shingles sashes blinds doors barbed wire brick and binders hardware GIVE HTM A CALL AT r Fresh Beef Pork Sausage and Bnibecncd Meat always on hand Highest cash market irico paid for hides H ElCHTEE MOULTON TEXAS Old Barneys Saloon Is where all the people go Fine Whiskies Liquors Beer and Cigars Moultou Texas L GjP JLJL for 99 The Purest and Best R Q HELWEG Agent CITY i ti T j < f Hcjw > jyti Wg TNOAENATE 1 WOED ACADEMY SHINER TEXAS Boarding and < Day School Conducted bv the Sfstora of the Iucaimito Word of Yictoilu For torms and partfotilars ap- ply tq the Rev Mother Surrnion TO GET CHEAP GOODS AT THE Will be this month as all goods not sold by January tlio 4th 1898 will ho sold in bulk by wholesale which will give you no chance to buy Now in order to realize ns muc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 22 December 1897

J V HEN Hem bad seen his last 100franc note raited In by the banker and had risen from the rou lette table where he had just lost the remains of his small fortune he experienced a sort of vertigo and al- most fell With reeling brain and falling limbs ho tottered ovei to the leather bench that encircled the room and threw himself on It Tor some minutes he gazed vaguely about this private gam- bling hell In which he had wasted the hest years of his youth recognizing ono by one tho plundered heads of the players in tho bold glare of the three great greeij shades He heard the soft friction of the gold on the felt and realized his loss his ruin but he re- membered that at home In a bureau drawer there wcic two army pistols which had been bravely used by his father Geneial De Hem In tho attack of Zaatcha Then utterly worn out ho slept profoundly He awoke with parched throat and glancing at tho clock saw that he had barely slept a halt hour An Imperative need to breathe the night air came ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 22 December 1897

i R asl r 66 How S was the means of saving it When Ui lunjrii ate Mttncked mid tl e symptoms of consumption Appear then begins the struggle between Affection and that destroying disease rhlcli slay Its thousands aumially H is n happy issue to the struggle when disease Is conquered and health restored Such an Issue docs not always end the struggle hut It did In the uase of Mr K Morris Memphis Tenn who saw his wife wrstlug and weakening and physicians helpless and then sttK gested the simple remedy that wrought the cure lie tells the story thus Seven years ago my wife had a severe attack of lung trouble which the phy siclaus pronounced consumption The cough was extremely distressing espe- cially at night and was frequently attended with the spitting of blood The doctors being unable to help her I in- duced her to try Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral nnd was surprised at the great relief it gave Before using one whole bottle she was cured so that now she is strong nnd quite healthy That this m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 22 December 1897

HOLT OF HON It FOR Till WEEK It VALEXTA MRS MERSEBURGER EMIL MORGANROTII Shiner GEORGE YEAGER WILLIE HOLLAS Yoakum J P ELLIS Ilalletsville MARTIN IEVODA It BOEDECKE Engle J It DANIELS Inez A Nuisance Tho great army of onearmed nnd niielcggcd beggars from thu North is now invading Texas and Mime twenty or more have pas ed through liero nlieady They often travel in droves and it seems that they divide up tho territory and work uvery tow n systematically Nearly nil of them carry cards which sot forth their stories and many of them make money fast their re ceipts averaging M0 per day As boon as winter is over they will all letum north and east and remain theio until next fall when they will all icturn Nearly all of them livo in Chicago New York and Cincinnati and it is probable that they havo an organization and meet and map out their campaigns every fall Tho writer has seen two hero this winter who wero hero last year and piobably year before last Last Wednesday ono of them xtopped off...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 29 December 1897

VOL 5 Sa BONER to LOOK Shingles Sash Doors Blinds and Builders Hardware The Genuino Glidden and Waukegan Barbed Wire Mountain Codar and sawed burr oak FencePosts rubbor hobe ouggy paints and brushes Buggies phaetons surreys hacks harness Studebaker farm and spring wagons StliXier Texas T EMEM RTHAT ft II111 IIIIIIMiU II III iti I UnSTGHBEOKEJiR OO Is headquartors for Krexh and Fancy Groceries also for Fino Candies Fruits Nus Tobaccos and Cold Drinks We deliver your Groceries at your hoino at once free of charge Give us a call Satisfaction Guaranteed Buy 5Tour Orooeries AT THE GHEKP S A aAJKJSrEJS Manager are born cooks other learn from SOME their grandmothers It is impossible to learn or cook on a poor stove Perfection in every detail is attained only in BISMHRK SHL00N J H HXJEBNER Prop HEADQUARTERS FOR Fine Wines Liquors Beer and CIGARS NEXT TO WOLTERS BROS 3T0RE SHINER TEXAS PALACE m gMJM P STUERKE Proprietor DEALERIN Fine wines liquors and CIGARS COOL FRESH BEER ALWAYS ON TAP Hea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 29 December 1897

HE people el St Luis park that Now Ycart ov > looking to tho east y saw under the tow WAcTlne white crest3 ij of the Sierra Blan ca a high emoko pillar rising with the sky and It brought joy to their hearts or It now as It did every great storm that Sim Belden was still allvo still able to grub under the toot ot the ever threatening avalanchos for the fortune ho had left the vorld to win Sim Belden was a tall handsome Klant ot 30 who had come from no one know where The few who knew him thought ho was unsocial and those with whom he traded at Garland be- lieved that ho had hit upon a rich find under the snowlino and that ho would malco It hot or tho man who tried to he his neighbor 61m Belden had been mining alone In the Sierra Blanca but during the pas twelve months he had a compan- ion a young Ute lad named Pedro Whom he had found dying and aban- doned over on the headwaleis of the Del Norte When Sim Belden without any pro- cess of Jaw becanio Pedros guardian that youths knowled...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 29 December 1897

MAY YET BE TROUBLE SITUATION IN THE FAH EAST SEEMS TO BEMIXED Jamn la Not Yet Jtrmlr tu lrlel > tHrr imtUiAiU > VU1 < 1 JWlth Uussliui SploA Italy kuiI France Att > iltfrt rln toUefcat llanna San Frnnetsco Cat December 24 The follonlng Oriental ulYleest jsi Just been received per steamer Clilua from Yokohama via Honolulu At au extraordinary meeting ot llic Japanese cabluet Baron NIslil foreign minister InUV before the ministers nil the rurorts ho had received from the Inpancse ministers In foreign counties lelatlve to the seizure of Kino Chnu by Germany It was decided after a prolonged discussion not to meddle with the affair at the present time but to await further developments biicb nothing has so far transpired In Ger- manys action calculated to disturb the peace of the Tar East and Justify Interference of a third power According to the Chinese papers Viceroy Chan Chiming has Issued a proclamation exhorting his people to be moro friendly to the foreigners mid warning ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 29 December 1897

IC + ESlg CZg > E SlSt iag3Sa > SaS3S3 g3iE3Ei gZi > g sag3 E gltti > o 4 Being overstocked with goods I will sell my entire stock of Silks Cashmeres Domestics Dress Goods and everything in the Dry Goods line including LOOS Hats AT o o educed Prices Strictly for CASH A select stock of ladies winter capes going at cost My stock of clothing is full and complete and cheaper than over Come early to secure choice My low prices will astonish you l CB OCS < PSB < CBBB g < 3t3C3 C3 SMa < E3 < 23 < < a3 SSCa3 < E3M TH6 GHZeTTE Published every Wednesday by C W WARD SUBSCRIPTION bates Qna Year postpaid 100 Entered at the Shiner Texas lost offlco as secondclass matter 8HINEE TEX WED DEO 29 1897 ANNOUNCEMENT We announce for Tax Collector of Lavaca County E P Ruhinann 1 ROLL OF HONOR WEEK FOR THE WM GOETZ B V FEHRENKAMP EMIL LUEDEOKE HERMAN PFEIL WM KOETHER Shiner K STRAUSS Hochheim JOE BARTSCH Dilworlh GEO HASSMAN Cost ANION MICHAIKA WM BUTE MANN Floresville A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 29 December 1897

X MOULTON L R ALBRECHT Maker of the Steel Beam Middlo Breaker and the TexaB Ad- justable Sweep Stock All work guaranteed Horse shoeing a specialty Blacksmith and Wheelwright R ALBRECHT TEXAS F T Fehrenkamp DEALER IN lumber shingles sashes blinds doors barbed wire brick and bidders hardware GIVE HIM A CALL AT MOULTON TEXAS a arney s Is where all the people go Fine Whiskies Liquors Beer and Cigars Moulton 99 Texas The Purest and Best r A RQ HELWEG Agent CITY Fresh Be > f Pork Sausage and Barbecued Meat always on hand Highest cash market rice paid for hides H RlOHTER jyZ I TNOARNATE 1 WORD ACADEMY SHINEB TEXAS Boarding and > > > Day Sohool Conducted by the Sisters of the Incarnate NVoril otVtUoila Tor tmnis and particulars ap ply to the Rev Mother SBtRtOK TO GET CHEAP GOODS AT THE MOULTOM TEX Will bo this month as all goods not sold by January the 4th 1898 will be sold in bulk by wholesale which will give you no chance to buy Now in order to realize ns much out of the stock...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 29 December 1897

I X JHE GAZETTE Published Every Thursday by C W WAItD Editor and Tub 1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ono Vcar postpaid jirjo Knlcredatthe Shiner Texas Postofflcs la sccbndclass matter ERE ALL REMEMBERED r A Keiitacliy Miin Who lias Krcctct Mpiiauiciita to I1U Kin anil Anlirmlii In a wellappointed home In May flelu surrounded by all tho comforts of lfe Uvea Col Henry Woolrldge onq of tho countrys oldest citizens anil the last of his race says tho Louis- ville Post When in the flush of young manhood ho was reckoned the champion deer bear and tox hunter In tho Purchase and many were tho trr phlea he cairlcd home from his nu mi rous hunting expeditions His room is a verltablo hunters paradise filled wl h highly prized specimens of forest anfl stream At the age of 81 he loves to call his friends about him and toil of his early prowess as exhibited In marsh canebrake river bottom and rcountnln fastness Col Woolrldge Is eccentric in ono particular his fond nfcss for his brothers kin favorlto < lbg...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 29 December 1897

to i A BOON FOR SUFFERERS A lUuiedy Which llu Cured More Than 1000000 Fople G Drops ta tho name of a powerful remedy which la guaranteed to euro rheumatism neurallga catarrh asth- ma la grippe and kindred ailments Tho company Is entirely safe In mak- ing tho guarantee because every month they receive thousands of grateful let tors from those who were sufferers but have never received one complaint The effect of 5 Drops Is felt at once James Williams of Regent III writes on November 12 1897 My wife has been suffering two years with rheuma- tism She used about one bottle of 5 Drops and can now go without her crutchos To moro extensively adver- tise the merits of this remedy tho pro- ducers will for the next thirty days send out 100000 of their sample bottles of this positive euro for 25 cents a bot- tle by mall prepaid Large bottle 300 doses 1 for thirty days 3 bot- tles 250 Those suffering should wrlto to tho Swanson Rheumatic Cure company 107169 Dearborn street Chi- cago 111 and tak...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 29 December 1897

John Emler jEmler Sr died Sunday jer u long illness of malarial ho deceased was a member Jder of Hermanns Eons and fed by them Ho leaves a Id four ehildien Ho had gving in Shiner about tort Uticious Mischief Si one entered flute A Gi eons ards Thursday night with a Bin tied to a io > e and loped a Ivor a horn The steer ran Ion all tho cattle in the pens Stampeded and huiu lecoveru ftuieted with difficulty Ben an and a negro boy were on at the time Fritz Loessin Jitz Locsin died at his home JaGrangc Sunday R II Loes sin received a telegram hero Sunday evening announcing the bad event and left at onco for LaGrango in a buggy Fritz was the next to the youngest of five boys Thoy were August Herman Rhinard fritz unci Willie Tho deceased leaves a wife but jio children He had been ill two weeks with malaiial fever He was in tho employ of the LaGrango oil mill at the time of his death Christmas This was tho quietest Christmas in tho history of Shiner The file worka display was only moder...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 5 January 1898

VOL 5 DEALER IN Shingles Sash Doors Blinds and Builders Hardware Tho Genuino Gliddonand Waukegan Barbed Wire Mountain Cedar and sawed burr oak Fonco Posts rubber hobu ouggy paints Mid brushes Buggies phaetons surreys hacks harness Studebaker form and spring wagons Slain T2CaS T EMEMBER frHAT Is headquarters for Fresh and Fancy Groceries also for Fine Candies Fruits Nus Tobaccos and Cold Drinks Wo deliver your Groceries at your home at oneo frco of charge Give us a call Satisfaction Guaranteed 13uy STcoar C r ooeries nassBsraasssssav AT THE A OARJSrE3S Manager BISMKRK SBi ° J H HITEBNER Prop HEADQUARTERS FOR Pine Wines Liquors CIGARS NEXT TO WO1 TERS BROS STORE SHINER TEXAS Beer and P STTJERKE Proprietor Fine wines liquors and CIGARS COOL FRESH BEER ALWAYS ON TAP Headquarters for the Farmer OME aro born cooks others learn from their grandmothers It is impossible to leavn or cook on a poor stove Perfection in every detail is attained only in WELHAUSEN OENERAL HARDWARE SHINER LAVACA CO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 5 January 1898

LADY ISABEL = = j = 3i IIE Lady Isabel BY W X wi a Scottish bar oiia daughter and far was she lamed Wcio others fair she was fairer wcro others rich Bho was 1 Ichor In short all perfec- tions wero said to bo centered In the Lady Isabel and yet that quality for which she ought to havo been most prized seemed the one which mado least noise in the world and this was her devoted duty to her father She was I1I3 only child the child of his old ago tho Idol of his heart and tho lamp of his life But still he was a cruel father for n re- turn for her duteous affection ho had determined to wed her to a man she had never seen whilo ho knew that her heart was anothers Tho Lord of Ormlsdale was the son of his ancient friend and tho possessor of broad lands In a distant part of Scotland Tho two old men had sworn to each other that their children should bo united but ere this pact tho youth had been sent abroad to be initiated In tho art of war an art but too much practiced In hl3 natlvo country a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 5 January 1898

tw AN OPEN LETTER TO MOTHERS Wo nro asserting in tho courts our rfjrlit to tho oxcluslvo use of tho word CASTOHIA nnd alTCHEKSCAb101UA as our Trade Mark I Dr Samuel lltchcr ol llyannis Massachu- setts was UioorlBlnatorof PITCHERS CAS TOHIA the sumo thatliasfonrnonnrtdocNnaw bear tho facfclmtlo signature of CIIAS II FUITCIIEU on ovcry wrapper Thh Is tho original PITCHERS CASTOMA which has boeu used in the homes of the mother of Amorlcu for over thirty 5 ears Look carefully at the wrapper and too that it Is tho kind jou havo aluas bought and haft tho Mgnaturo 6f OIIAb II FLETCHER on tho Wrapper No ono has authority from mo to ufco my nnme except Tho Centaur Company of which Chas IL Ileteher Is President March 8 1EU7 SAMUEL PITCHER M D Last year tho girls In a sdhool in Brookllne Mass took lessons In bread and cake malting while tho boys learned carpentry and carving TI1I3 year tho girls are making wooden ta ibles and chairs but tho boys ono day each week ape taught to make coffee to b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 5 January 1898

3 ft m r i Ky THS GKZ6TTE lubllshcd ovciy Wednesday by C W WARD SlinSOltllTION ItATKS One Yeul postpaid 100 Kntered at the Shiner Texas iost oflkii us secondclass mivttei SHINER TEX WED JAN 5 1898 ANNOUNCEMENT We announce for Tax Collector of Lavaca County E F Rulimann ROLL OP HONOR FOR TUB WEEK JOHN MACIIA REN MAIKoETIIER F GONZALES II MESSER OTTO STUERKE Shiner HENRY KOESTER T T WOOD Monlton ROB MOORE Doer OTTO RICHTER College Station NETTIE SMITH Clarendon WALTER JERSIG Comfort Siiinek Tox Jan 31898 Tho Blacksmiths Union mot in regular session on the above date with A F Oroeber in tho chair 0 ing to it being the first of tho ycai tho attendance was not as sond as k should have been but the smiths piesent were in good spirits and expected a good collec- tion next fall Tho noxt meeting will ho on the first Monday in Ottobei at Halletsville The meet- ing then closed J A Richaiidson Sec iCJ7Craig closed up his lacket storo Monday and leturned to Smith wile O H Deutsch has just recove...

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