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

V v I v3mw j MOULTON MOULTON A M Kotzebuo went to Halletts ville last Friday to transact busi- ness for himself and Dr Lancaster He returned on the train Satuiday Last Thursday night a sociablo gathering of about fifty young people were entertained by Mr and Mrs A M Kotzebue Relresh ments were served and everyone epoko of a delightful time Tuesday Jan 4th Martin Boehm and Katie Novark were married at the Catholic church Wo wish them much success and happiness in married life Sunday morning Mr Nachlinger me to town to have his fine carriage and pair of irongrey horses photographed But while waiting here with Mr Muelstein leaving his workman in charge of thorn they got frightened at some- thing and ran av ay breaking the carriage consideiable The man was thrown out on his head and stunned so that he was uncon- scious for quite a while Every- thing was fixed up again and they were able to drive home but with- out a picture Marguerite Lightner of Victoria lias been visiting Mr Leona Knt...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 5 January 1898

V THE GAZETTE Published Every Thursday by C TV WA11D Editor nnd Tub SUTSCIUPTION KATES Ono Year postpaid 100 Entered at the Bhtnor Texas rostofllca is secondclass matter NO ONIONS IN HER SCHOOL Uansrs Tenchor Deprltcn Hor luplls of iui Ancient KlgliU That wholesome article o food tho onion has had a ban set upon It by a Topelu Kas school teacher Miss Elmoru McCoy a teacher of the Clay stieet school haa made It a rulo of her loom that no pupil bearing the odor of onions shall ho received Sho Is receiving tho support of tho prin- cipal and other tcachcis In tho bchool In her action All teachers know In- experience how unpleasant It Is for them and the class to bo confined In a room with children whoso breath Is strongly pervaded with tho smell of onions garlic and other such dishes Prof O P M McCllntock principal of tho school fully upholds Miss Mc- Coy and says a law ought to bo pass- ed In every state permitting teachers to send home pupils who aro In any- way objectionable I think ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 5 January 1898

i > im > if i Mr f > SENSATIONAL RUMOR ENOLISH MAN OF WAR SAID TO HAVE FIRED ON A RUSSIAN China In A irnkcnlnfr Making Preparation foruliofcnBO of tho Kmplre Indlcnnnt at HuslincU bprlngflolil llopubllcans Are Going to Columbus Xondon Jnnunry 3 A sensation has becu caused by a minor from Ply Lrnouth tlmt the English admiral has filed ilpon ctaoln slirdlu cinfwy etno Chinese water i Nqthlng is known as to the rumor at tho foielgn olllee or the admiralty The morning papers published a statement that England Is pressing China to declare Port Arthur a free- port It Is supposed that tho presence of warships there Is supposed to Insure freedom of access for trading vessels y china is Awakening Tacoma Wash January 3 The steamer Indrnpura has arrived from Japan bringing the latest advices re- garding tho political situation LI Hung Chang has been recalled to power In IeUIn the emperor and tho inner council desiring his assistance in the present diplomatic crisis LI Hung Chang recen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 5 January 1898

THE bALL A Brilliant Success The ball was immense but the banquet was magnificent such was tlio univeisal veidict of all those who attended the Fiiemons ball Friday night The leather was a littlo cool and Borne weie kept away on this account Yoa kum and Moulton weio to have tent largo delegations but they could not lace the norther During the afternoon a commit teo consisting of Rudolph Wei liausen L 15 Riehter and Chas Ward drove around town and gathered up the big stores of good things to eat which the Fireuien nnd their friends had provided for their banquet It requiied three trips to the hall before all the tutkoys cakes and other good things wero safely stored in the dining room By 930 about 150 persons hud gathered in the Opera House and the band struck up a lively air and dancing began Just before supper was announc ed Henry Messer and Mr Gram berg stepped on the stago and proceeded to have a dialogue It was entitled The Latest News It was given in German and as the great maj...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 12 January 1898

VOL 5 DEAItill IN LUMBER Shingles Sash Doors Blinds and Builders Hardware Tho Genuine Glidden and Wtulkegan Barbed Wire Mountain Codar and tmwod burr oak Ponco Posts rubber ln > = u uuggy paints and brushes Buggies phaetons surreys hacks harness Studebaker farm and spring wagons Slliner Texas P STUEBKE Proprietor dealer in Fjjne wines liquors and CIGARS COOL FRESH BEER ALWAYS ON TAP Headquarters for the Farmer mmm 3mmmMmmm H QOME are born cooks others learn from their grandmothers It is impossible to learn or cook on a poor stove Perfection in every detail is attained only in C B WELHAUSEN QENERAL HARDWARE j PXQ I will be in tbo town of Shiner Thursday Friday and Saturday Jan 27 28 and 29th for tho pur- pose of assessing taxes for 1898 Yours respectfully F 1 Pesek Tax Assr Lavaca Co Tex Winter Covcis nt Lap Robes and Horse- D G HmMrits Mentz Colorado county whero he will reside in ttie future The Gazctte goes to his new nddtoss A daughter was bom to Mr and Mrs L Trautwein Thursda...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 12 January 1898

fge BTItL TIIKUK IS MONEY IK IT Carl Vollcn sold 350 of Salzers Cab bagc Labor seed rent and all did not cost him 50 profit 300 You can beat that and make lots of money on Early nadlshes Peas Lettuce Mushrooms Onions Sweet Corn Tomatoes Pota- toes etc Salzer warrants his seeds the earliest In the world Potatoes only 150 per barrel Millions of Raspber- ries Cherries Apples and small fruits Catalogue tells all about them honil this Notice with 14c Htumps to John A Salzer Seed Co La Crosse Wis and get free their big Plant and Seed Catalogue nnd 10 packages vege- table and ilovter seeds novelties worth table and flower novelties worth 100 wnl Let us hope that the Spaniards will not get up a war with Hannls Taylor too Star Tolmcco Is the lending brand of the world because it is the best How few men are of auy actual use to the world I Men or women 10 00dally New plan No anniplcs Inepeilenml BiurnoJ Particulars flea 11 C llorlui Co Iaxtonlllk Umalia Neb Ail old fiRhlonoil womans Idea Is i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 12 January 1898

> r 11 if r N Pr If v 3 n nf fj PT ALL OYER THE COAST NEWSY 1TFMS FROM VARIOUS SECTIONS OF THE STATE General Sniumary of Crops Produced Immigration aud Improreuient Jtotcsof Our SUter Cltlel Ilckupl That Are of General Interest Messrs Groscost and Ilamlxlla Prom Indiana were at Alvln prospecting and And much to Interest thorn Partners are putting In good time plowing and muUIng other preptn tlons for a crop but declare tliey v 111 plant less cotton this jear TV H Hirrell business manager of the Gulf Ooust association has opened an office In Alvln and Is looting after the Interests of the association Mr rool from Oivt < al Springs illss came In to Alvln butt week aud nlll locate He is an eiperknced trucket and will grow tomatoes pilnapally foi tti early markets At FlorcsnlllQ slnoe the reennt rains the ground Is in good conaltton ami faimveTs throughout the county of Wll eon arc plow ln und m iking other nec- essary prcpaiitlons for planting nict spilng Many of them declare the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 12 January 1898

THS + GHZGTTE rubllsliod every Wednesday by C V WARD srnscuiirioN KAns Oni Year postpaid Jlntorod lit tlio Shiner Texas JLost oilier as siituiilrluss limtter ANNOUNCEMENT We announce for Tax Collector of Lavaca County E P Uulnnaiin ShinerLodge ShinerA K Lodge No F A M 8ji Shiner Lodgo 1N0 811 A P it A M was organised Saturday night at tlio new Masoniu Hall over the SI 15 church The following aio the officers and members John A Harrison elected V M- Ann F Nave S V C L Williams J W L Tunplco Sec j M Kolcernot Treas M It lolk Tyl It S Cunies S D W Lassig J U A N llellamy S S S M Guthrie J S A O Nolan Chap James Baily J T Tompson J D Curry W S Gray W D Wofibrd J T J Culpepper W It Moody J A Jamison Itoht Wiseman The visitois present were W SI Ply and W It Wrigh Gonzales Lodgo No 30 n F Burke Sweet Home Lodgo No 157 A A Ross C F Tim Jos Neu- mann and Chas D Devote Hook heini Lodge No 182 Oliver T Ptyno Chino Ciil Lodgo Fo 301 A banquet was nerved in the hall A large delegation was com- i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 12 January 1898

l A A r L < v MOULTON ft ALBRECHT Maker of the Steel Beam Middlo breaker mid the Texas Ad- justable Sweep Stock All work guaranteed llorso shoeing a specialty Blacksmith and Wheelwright R ALBREOHT TEXAS n 1 DEALER IN lumber shingles sashes blinds doors barbed wire brick and founders hardware GiVE HIM A GALL AT MOULTON TEXAS Is where all the people go Fine Whiskies Liquors Beer and Cigars Moulton Texas GITY itjrrJuiiHk Fresh Beef Pork Sausage and Barbecued Meat always on hand Highest cash market price paid for hidos H KlOHTER We oiler you our services backed a contiguous itnd successful ox ijeriuufcc of a quarter of a centmy in tlecotton factorage business AVlllsend stencil and quotations on application free of chmge Win D Cleveland Co COTTON FACTORS Ilotmox Texas Adjusted G Buccher the trnsteo for Henry Krause last week sold the remainder of tho stock on hand to- E Ilnhn of Fayette county Mr Krause as imiiuigor for Mrs Hahn will continuo thu business at the old stand the store il...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 12 January 1898

THE GAZETTE PublUhed Eyery Thursday by C TV WAKD Editor and Pub SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year postpaid jjoq Entered at the Shiner Toxai Pottofflcs u secondclass matter A FLOAT1NC MORQUB Arthur KImber Frlchtful xperlenc In lloat Further particulars of the Zenobla disaster eft Cape Morcton whereby fire men died after days of terrlblo suffering have reached Brisbane Aus- tralia says the San Francisco Chroni- cle A representative had an Inter- view with Arthur KImber the only survivor at Noosa KImber stated that on Sept 15 after passing over Calundra bar and getting Into deep- water the centerboard was carried away It was blowing stiff from tho southeast at tho time When about eight or ten miles from Calundra a nasty squall camo up from the south- west and struck the boat Owing tc tho main sheet not running free she reeled over and capsized turning bot- tom upward In the party besides KImber were Fred Harry and Wil- liam Slawson McConnell and McCabe All but tho lad Harry clambered on- to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 12 January 1898

1 I ft > i i T iiai f P A J K K U isk v SIGNIFICANT WORDS BRYAN OUTLINES THE POLICY OFTHE NEXTCAMPAIGN Would Combine All Silver Forces Aid or tlio Ilpnubllcuna iimllnpullsta Welcome Tho CauHO of tlio Itcnitlon Strike U lrobiiblo at New Ilcilroriluml Lowell Chicago January 10 William J Bryan In concluding < i speech before tlio dlryan Leaguo at the Troinont house durlng a Ibimiuet held after the Auditorium imeetlng canly yesterday imorulug made some rematks which are iluiterpretod as showing Uls Inten- tions lr heis nominated for the presi- dency tn 1000 In sreaklng of tho next presidential election IMr Hryan said It maybe we will bo strong enough to win without any outside help Hut iicvertiheless I prefer to win with the populists en one side and the free di- ver republicans on the otller And we rnust not forget when tho victory Is won 4hat In tlhe campaign of last year ittook more courigo on the part of the free sliver republicans to desert their old party nud more selfisicil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 12 January 1898

< 1848 1898 A Brilliant Evfent The i Iden < ddlng of Mr nnd Mr 1 u ulricli William Flnto tool lime ut i lie undened of Qlms II Jluo simlu January Ufli at 2 p m ui the piesence oMJjjjicnt thr > iii t their descendants < Great 1 icpnratnns hud been mntU I m the ovi nt and tho membGis of the imilj hid gntlieied fiom hir and u to be piesent on tho happy occasion Aptt licnded by PoJil Flnto tieaeniei ol the Southern Pioifio i ulniiy inicd Satlnday from llouslon in a special cdr which ui3 sidetracked here Tho ceiemony Sunday evening was performed by Rev Kichard lertol and at its conclliBion tlie assembled guests sat down to a nagniticent feast which had been spiend for them Tho various apartments of the icsidcncc Hero elaboiately deco- rated tho moat conspicuous being tho parlor in the vestibule of which stood a beautilnl center table upon which hy open tho Holy Bible A golden wedding bell suspended symbolized the solemn occition Tho hpicious dining room accom- modated bUtyfiv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 26 January 1898

r VOL5 DEALER IN Palace Saloon = = DLArnu in Shingles Sash Doors Bliuds and Builders Hardware The Gonuino Glidden and Waukegan Barbed Wire Mountain Cedar and sawed burr oak Fence Posts rubber horsu ouggy paints ntid brushes Buggies phaetons surreys backs harness Studebaker farm and spring wagons Sitliil Te2CaS MASQUERADE BALL AT THE Saturday February 5th iscanu A OjA lsrH3S IManager sm P STUERKE Proprietor Fine wines s IO Beer and SHINER TEXAS OIGARS liquors and COOL FRESH DEER ALWAYS ON TAP Headquarters for the Farmer DRUGS STATIONERY Prescriptions a Specialty n Eresll Kread from Yoakum always on hand Fresh Oysters on Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays = yy Ci EMLER SHINER LAV4QA OOJJNTf TEXAS WEDNESDAY MORNING JANUARY 261898 K VC T A ft < Good Work and Polit Attention HOT ANXJJCOLD BATHS IN CONNECTION Hair cutting 264Shaving 166 Shampoo Z5o Soafoam lOo v The BAKERPERFECT BARBED WIRE wliich is the best f on the market and is eiibier to stretcb tban any oilier wiio Polite and promp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 26 January 1898

THE GAZETTE > PnillsheaEvery Thursday by C W WA1JD Editor and Tub SUBSCRIPTION RATES I One Year postpaid jinn Entered at the Shiner Tezai Postofflca u secondclass matter PORUSPLASTER ROOF IV West Ylrglnlan Shingled Ills Houe with Tliem That Btory about tho woman who bought a coffin plate engraved with a pame different from her own because as she said her husband might die and she might marry a man by that name and It might come In useful is probably apocryphal says the New York Press But the Btory of Pompey Cochran who sayed his old porotis plasters because they might come in useful some time and finally shin- gled his house with them Is true and It comes from West Virginia Pompey was a soldier In the Confed- erate army and was wounded at the battle of Gettysburg After the war he settled down on a Utile farm near Mooresfleld W Vaand has lived there ever since The farm Is small and iompey Is not prosperous The only thing that has flourished with him of late years has been the pain...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 26 January 1898

GOODMANS PATIENT 5UVA > MM ft3il BY Y Z R ALFRED TUR NEUl tho Elftott or jj > ffi ator au aspirins VJ lawyer of Wlsdom fleld was a fortun ate mat At col i lego ho carried oft the highest honors nlthough he was not a hard student Success attended him In his profes sion as well as In love matters lie had wooed and won tho most charming young lady In Wlsdomflcld and his only child a girl of 0 was a perfect prodlgyt Sho could speak French and English could analyze flovers bound every state In the union and give their capi- tals She knew the populations of the great cities Sho was studying grammar and history Such a won- derful child There was but one drawback to iio fond parents happiness and that was in splto of all their care and palna tho little girl grew delicate overy day and seemed to bo vanishing Into a shadow1 Tho gossips of Wlsdomfleld said the child could not live No she has too much brains to live and they shook ther heads sorrowfully Mr Turner determined to consult Dr ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 26 January 1898

ca 95 > Se < TH6 t GKZSTTE Published every Wednesday by C V WARD ruhckiition UATrs One Your postpaid For Tax Collector B F RUHMANN ANTON BERKOFSKY Por Justice ot the Peace Precinct No 3 Wo aic authorized to announce Fuank Slanina Sh of Wied as a candidate for Justice of Precinct No 3 subject to tho action of the Democratic pal ty For Constable Precinct No 3 Wo are authorised to announce II J SlaniSa of Sweet Home as n candidate for Constable of Pro einot No 3 subject to tho action of the Democratic party Tho chances are that Eugene Hurt will never hang A fool of a judge named Brooks granted him a stay last Thursday and he will bo tried for insanity some time next spring Thejudgo should be lynched and Hurt roasted by a slow fire The crime with which he stands charged is tho murder of hid wife and two babies Bos I dun spent dat money not you gimme and if you wants to bo lested for hho yous got to put rip some mo Colorado county election ak Weimar Mercury It hImo sounds very much...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 26 January 1898

X MOULTON Houston Texas MOULTON Grand Ball I R ALBREGHT At Hermans park Saturday night January 29th Good string band mufic Admission Gentlemen CO cants The Green Front is determined to havo your cash and will inako you prices to suit the times Wo know money is hard to get but wo will have it if low prices and fresh clean goods will be any induce meats rVotice to My Customers This will notify my customers nnd friends that I havo this day purchased the interest of R Vivial in the hardware business of Wune burger Vivial and all accounts One the firm are payable to jne and solicit a continuance of your patronage H T Wuneouuuijii Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment Relieves tho Intense Itching It soothes It heals It cures chronic cases when surgeons fall It Is a bclentlflo certulnty Its sales In urease through Its cures It Is no ex peilment Every bottleguarnnteed Ctia Tubes 5o For salu by Aua Grave Maker of the Steel Beam Micldlo Breaker nnd the Texas Ad- justable Sweep Stock All work guarante...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 26 January 1898

A Jf f BUILDINGS WRECKED TEHRIFIC WHIRLWIND SWEEPS AN ARKANSAS COUNTY i > pfttrt > yc4l Hll tiling lit 1 tK Viitli Hufre llnolrccN Wprn Swept About na Tliouirji Thoy Were Chuff Severn ltiaon Injurrtl Other NoitH iTlttic ItoeU Arte January 22 Ov ews of a destructive storm iieir Sutton post olllee Novndx county wa received here yesterday It was described as a nhlrlnLiil githered neir McCarthys plankirlom ifour imlles southwest of Sutton iiid il ev down several tenant liouie < fences mid oulbulldlngs CSalne In ii northeaster direction the wind cut a i > alih 100 yards tlde deslroylng everything Hiefore It A mile flam MoRants It struck n teli rttu hnu v on the Jones plantation oc ci pied iliy John Ward and family niie licrse and Its contents woio tota lj < le niolHhed anil sonic members of the family badly Ibrulsed A little iurther oil l large IiiiIMIur was demo Nluul and oilier buildings weie wrecked near the Joiids plantation IMtrther on the retdenoo of A 0 hmvrv was un...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 26 January 1898

1 1t t LA v 00 rOH NEW NAMES The Salior Seed Co want suitable names tor their 17lnch long corn nnd White Oat prodigy You can win this J400 easily Catalogue teJla all about it Seed potatoes only 150 a barrel Send ThU Notice aud 10 Cti In Stnmna to John A Salzer Seed Co La Crosse Wis nnd get free their great seed i at aloguo and 11 new farm seed samples Including above corn and oats posi- tively worth J10 to get a start wnl Among thoso who are the most richly endowed by nature and accom- plished by their own Industry how few there aro whoso virtues are not ob- scured by the Ignorance prejudice or envy of their beholders Some men cannot discern between n noble and a mean action Others are apt to at- tribute them to some false end or In- dention othors purposely misrepresent and put a wrong Interpretation upon them and still others take an 111na tured pleasure In crossing our Incli- nations and disappointing us In what our hearts ore most Bet upon UttwitU and JuiHiii Deajmttlic fiom W h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 26 January 1898

ROLL OP HONOR FOB Till WEEK AUG SCltMIDT H D BEYER Ju Sliiner ED NITSCIIMAN Englo W 13 BARNES Lcdbetter II A MAY Gonzales G A HOMUTII > El Campo t BEYER Wrightshoro Cattle Shipments Flato it Green shipped three cars of cattle to Chicago Monday and Captain Waite two cars from litre fivo from Monlton and some from Flalonia to St Louis Henry Ellinghausen Ed Cox and Captain Waite went along with tho cattle Four Years At Cnero Saturday tho sly slick slippery Willis Arrington was given n sentenco of four years in tho pen for cow theft Arrington has been trying to break into tho pen for the past fifteen years and it looks like ho has succeeded at last He has ilgured in every term of court held in Cuero for years but has always been ablo to beat his caso with ease This term of court he seems to havo struck a stump There are tomo more indictments against him at Gonzales A Cutting Affray Thero was a danco at the homo of John Marek living on Fitz geralds land Satiudny night In tho couiFe of...

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