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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 9 February 1898

w VOL 5 kjQ I f Hum and spring wagons SlliHOr T2CaS jBuy SToux nrnoerisF aimtmsK AT THE A affl AB s A O R3STH5S riyletnager ISMKRK SKLOON J H HDEBKEB Prop HEADQUARTERS FOR Fine wines Liquors Beer and CIGARS NE T D VOMERS BROS STORE SHINER TEXAS P STUERKE Proprietor DEALERIN Fine wines liquors and CIGARS COOL FRESH BEER ALWAYS ON TAP Headquarters for the Farmer Palace Saloon JTresll Bread from Yoakum always on hand Fresh Oysters on Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays = W C EMLER DEALER IN Stoves Pomps Wind Mills and Galvan- ized Iron Cisterns HOTANDJjpOLl BATHS IN CONNECTION Hair ratting 26c5Shaving 15c Shampoo 26o Soafoam lOo Sliiner < l Texas IfMPPS SfF TURNED THE TABLES Marshal Hancock of Wei mer Kilts a Bad Nigger Wednesday morning at Weiraer when tho night train from the west came in at 130 am City Marshal Sam Hancock was at the train and observed an illlooking Negro hanging around tho waiting room As the Negro answered tho description of a Negro wanted at Bryan Mr Hancock toolc...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 9 February 1898

THE GAZETTE Published Every Thursday by C W WAHD Editor and Tub SUBSCIIIPTION EATESl Dno Year postpaid jjoq Entered at the Shiner Texas Postofflc is tccondclass matter CIVILIZED CROW INDIANS The Tribe Really Seems to lie Making Progress William C Evans a retired farmer nnd stockman and prominent citizen of West Liberty Iowa found time the other day between trains to call on a few former citizens of West Liberty who now llvo In Lincoln says the Nebraska State Journal Ho was re- turning from a visit to a son who Is storekeeper at the Crow agency In Wyoming Mr Evans went all through the Dig Horn region In 1SS1 and ho was much Interested this trip In ob- serving the progress the Crow Indians had made toward civilization since that time The Crows he said were always a dull race almost nonresis- tant and so had not so much warllke ness to get rid of as some other tribes A number of them have taken land In severalty and till It qulto successfully It Is of course with tho younger gen- erati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 9 February 1898

k B v A ACTIVITY IN FLEET LAnOE QUANTITIES OF PROVIS- IONS TAKEN ABROAD ArarMclieail Jnlnuil tho faquiieroh Another Torpedo limit In Kn IEouto to Key West Turkn lire Again on tlio W urputli Spain Will Not Fix a Date Jacksonville Fla February 7 A sepclal to the TimesUnion aud Citi- zen fro Key Wost IiIj says Ships connected with the White Suadron have displayed a remarkable activity during tilts last few hours The cruiser Marblehead put out from port yester- day and Joined tlie fleet The Nash rlllo which left here Thursday fully supplied with coul aud ammunition hns returned to the baibor The tor- pedo vwsels lutve returned aud the Ou < thlne and Eilcsan are In port The Dupont will arrive today fiom Mobile The supply boats during the post week have transported largo quantities of provisions to the tleet Illg rlru nt s mimmli Savannah Ga rcbiuiry 7 Snvau nahs epldomlc of Hrv continues At 7 oclock yesterday evening dtmage to theextent of 12 > 0rj0 was caused by a uouflagratlcin w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 9 February 1898

fR asgiwr v For Sheriff JOHN F IiOUCHINS 100 Entered at the Shiner Texas tost offloo ns seeondelivss matter SHINEE TEX WED PEB 9 1898 ANNOUNCEMENTS RATES Congressional 15Q0 Roproaontativo > v1000 ofiicea District 1000 County offices i 500 rrecirict offices aoO Cityoffices 300 For Tax Collector E F ItUHMANN ANTON BERKOFSKY For Tax Assessor T PESEK Judge Wilson of the Cuero dis- trict is making a splendid reputa lion At the recent session of district court at Cuero he overruled overy motion for continuances and new trials Ho iB the kind of a judge we want Would that wo had more like him A boy in one of the De Witt county schools was found carrying a dirk which hiB father had advised him to use on his teacher in case the latter should attempt to whip him Teachers in that community ihonld bo granted a permit to carry a braco of sixshooters Tom Bnrketts little boy Earl wiyi standing up in Mr Burketts delivery wagon Friday when the horse made a sudden start throw- ing the little fellow...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 9 February 1898

id 1 MOULTON Just Received a nice line of Spring Dress Goods at tho Green Front Cash Store Come priceour goods A M Kotzebue has just returned from St Louis Sunday and says that he has never enjoyed better health or ever had a more pleasant trip Ho never stops talking the wonderful eights to be seen in a largo city like the beautiful pirkp tho magnificent publio buid ngs hotels union depot one of the finest in the world and the great art and wealth displayed at tho many theatres On Tuesday night tho largest grain elevator with nearly three million bushels of wheat was consumed by file on tho east side of tho Mississippi While thete he was tho guest of Li htper Brothers who are in the manufacturing business making workingmons shirts jumpers and overalls Their goods aie for sale at A V Himichs Tho Green Front is determined to haveyour cash and will make Jou prices to Buit tho times We know mousy i hard to get but we will have it if low prices and fresh clean goods will bo any induce- m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 9 February 1898

ST VALENTINES DAT DAY or rites nnd festivities was tho 15th of February In ancient Rome where the Luperca 11a was celebrated In honor of a deity designated by tho various titles Up- on tho blotter of tho modern pollco court tho gentle man would appear as Pan alias Lu percus alias FauinK alias Inuus dealer In grain andcrops grapo grow- er proprietor of tho woods and fields th god of plenty In ancient times so Important a personago n3 he who controlled the Increase of tho products of the earth must necessarily havo been shown great consideration and It was peculiarly fitting when tho grasp of winter was about to be loosened from the face of tho earth and life was about to Bprlng up In grans and flower and tree that an entertainment should be given for this god of the aliases From time immemorablc tuerefoie tho lUth of Februaiy was given up to his worship Youths of tho best Ro- man families assembled then In the grotto of the Palatine hill Cakes made by the vestal virgins from the firs...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 9 February 1898

ft s 4 rv v 7 i fie should have been dead But he wasnt because Theres nothing c ccceil HVc succms There is no withstanding the living nrpu ment of the man who should be dead who Isnt dead but who would be dead but or a preserving medicine That about the way it seemed to strike Kditor Lawrence of the Ohio Farmer Cleveland Ohio He was afflicted with one of those colds that have thousands of time over culminated in consumption when not promptly cured In this condition he met a friend a con- sumptive whom he had not expected to see alive The consumptive friend recom- mended Dr J C Ayer Cherry Pectoral for the editors cold on the ground that It had helped him wonderfully 1 It helped the editor Just as wonderfully giving almost instaut relief But read his later About Wo months ngo I wn nfiHeted with a bnd cold and meeting a friend he advised the tine of Aycrs Cherry Pectoral which he claimed had helped him won- derfully As he was a cousumptie whom I had not expected to bee alive for beera...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 9 February 1898

IC THE BALL A LARGE ATTENDANCE Ilin Firemen lnul no cause tc iniiinliitii of tho attendance at theii bull bituidii night as tho hull wa irmdel The weather was su l i i ninl the attendance from i dlstunc Mnb quite largo Tin nlimbec of masks piesunt wa el smill compiled to tint ol 1 i t cats masqueiado bull Then weio only about thirty and two tnuds ot them wcio lidits C I Jaejgli and I W Griffllli in tlu < character of school boyt mil Mhi Tcnnie Loick and Mist Alma Kubil as school pills were among tho first arrivals Otheifr that iiruved soon after weie Chilli 10 Klato as a clown Fiitz llucheiihoif as a Spanish cavaliei M E Woltors G W Esehcnb urg Eddie Eschenburg H G Seydler Adolph Blohm Edmund Herder tnd Paul Kempe as gentlemen of eolor Mi s Bertha Welbausen and Mis F Beichenhoff school gills Mis G V Esrhenburg cards Mits Lucdthe oiango gill Mis G 3 Eehonburg and Mis Dick Ellinghau ui sun floweis Mrs S J Votings and Mis Ben Welhaus i n u a uuplo of old maids Misses Ilcni icttii Ki...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 16 February 1898

VOL 5 Ub V HINER Real Estate Dealer and DEALER IN DKAIIU IN Buggies Wagons Shingles Sash Doors Blinds and Build s Hardware Tho Genuine ftlidden and WnuUegan Barbed Wire Mountain Ceilm Foiifo Posts uuggv piints and blushes Sliiner Texas lkuy Your Orooeries AT THE imaaa A OAK3STH3S Manager 3 H HUEBHER Prop HEADQUARTERS FOR Fine Wines Liquors Beer and gsiHNERtTExM P SfUERKE Pioprielor dkalkr in pjne wines liquors and CIGARS COOL FRESH BEER ALWAYS ON TAP v HeadqnarteJffor the Farmer Palace Saloon Fresh Eread from Yoakum always on hand Fresh Oysters on Tuesday Thmsdays and Saturday = W 0 EMLER Staves Pomps Wil luC ad Galva S iaed Iron Oisters 4 rgi sgijfe Jg ETTE SHINEE LAVAOA COUNTY TEXAS EMESDAY MOENING FEBRUARY 161898 Tlxe XJeaclers Good Work asad Polite Attention HOT AND COLD BATHS IN CONNECTION Lair cutting 266 Shaving 15c Shampoo 263 Ssafoam lOo laixfer Texas NO 38 Lumber Shingles Sash Doors Blinds Brick Wind Mills etc Tlii BAKER PERFECT WIRE which is the beat BARBED tin tint m irk...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 16 February 1898

THE WILL Translated from the French ot Danlol niche IMIDLY Marguer- ite ventured Surely we have friends to help ua Frlonds I have seen Maze Pltou Dostang who have often said to ma with a familiar slap on the shoul der When you are In trouhle come to us Well I have seen them and they have re- fused That my dear Is friend- ship And ho began walking rest- lessly up and down the room as though the nervous pressure of his mind com- pelled bodily activity What shall we do she sighed That Is Just what I ask myself If In eight days I havo not raised 2000 francs I will have to give up the whole affair which will mean that I will bo once more without employment It will bo complete ruin for ua Two thousand francs Is an enorm- ous sum Do > on want to know what I regard ns absolutely bur one and only chanco With his arms crossed and an expression of determination on his face he stopped before his wife It Is the death of your Aunt Amelia Edouard she piotested how can you Bpeak so She is dying ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 16 February 1898

H in f < DIPHTHERIA IN WINNECONNC flow It Wat Stamped Out > After the Modern Trentment Had Failed Thirtythree cases of diphtheria were reported nt tVfnneconne Wisconsin and the schools were closed Of the thirtythree coses twelve were subjected to socalled modern treat- ment four of the twelve thus treated died a death rate of 33 13 per cent Mr J Ulrlch a roildent of Wlnne conne had observed the marvelous success MucoSolvent had met with and in his enthusiastic way Induced many mothers to use It His own family was one of the first Infected MucoSolvent being used to the exclusion of every- thing else with splendid resultB Compared with other treatments Its success was so very pronounced that MucoSolvent was generally adopted with the result that by Its use alone the other twentytwo cases recovered not one proving fatal where MucoSol vent was depended on We recommend Its presence In every home for all throat troubles In avert- ing developments of diphtheria scarlet fever and crou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 16 February 1898

rc Shiner Tex Monday Feb 21st 1898 Admission should not miss this opportuity to see a Magnificent Display of Woolens in the Piece Made at our Establishment by STRAUSS BROS i Americas Leading Tailors of Chicago III Every Lute Novelty of Foreign and Domestic Weave is included in this Diplay TH6 + GKZ6TTE rtibllslied e veiy Wednesday by i C W WARD BUBScmrnoN rates Onu 1eur postpaid 100 Entered at the Shiner Texas Iost oPQeo us secondclass matter SHINEETEX WED TEB 16 1898 ANNOUNCEMENTS RATES Congiessional 15 00 RepHentativo 10 00 District offices 10 00 County offices 500 Piecinct offices 250 Cityoflices 300 For Tax Collector E P RUIIMANN ANTON BERKOFSKY For Tax Assessor F J PESEK For Sheriff JOHN F HOUCHINS A committeo should be appoint- ed to inquire into the mental con- dition ofoieW H Gibson who persists in trying to btart a paper in Waelder His first number ap- peared some time last fall then there was a long rest iho pecond number appearing thiM last week At this rate wo can look f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 16 February 1898

r OA < u MOULTON MOULTON Just Received a nice lino of Spring Drebs Goods at the Gteen Front Cash Stoie Como price our goods Postmaster Jones < if Moulton sent in the name of If D Moore as- a now subsciiuer this week The Gieen Front is determined In have your casli and will make you prices to suit the timet We Know money is hard to get but wo will havo it if low puces and fiesh ijean goods will be any induce1 inents Miss Helen Shot ter is expected t > arrive heieliis week on an ex- tended visit 10 Mi and Mrs C B Flojd Miss Julia Wunebuigcr who has been visiting at Paige Bastinp county for the past month is ex- pected home to drv Silas Hampil will go to Houston March 1st and cnero law nflice there Wo predict a blight future fof him ai lip lias talent Justice cotirt was in session Monday Ed J Arnim was hcie from Voikum this week Mrs L T Edwaids of San An- tonio is haie visiting her sister Mrs A M KoUebue A M Kotzebue arid Ms L T Edwards made a flying tiip to tflatonla Monday R...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 16 February 1898

v > iM THE GAZETTE rublUhcd Every Thursday by C W WAKD Editor and Pub SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year postpaid JIOQ Entered at tho Shlucr Texas Fostofllca is secondclass matter FADS IN FLOWER3 Though tho English love flowers and have isrcat success In cultivating them they have no taste In their arrange- ment Ready made corsage bouquets for women abound In the shop win- dows and the poor blossoms are so maltreated with wire that one has hard work to believe they are real Florists shops abroad arc much dif- ferent from the ones In this country In London for ex- ample funeral freaths and em- blems are displayed In the windows with their prices attached Some aie attractive others very hideous Lichen Is fashionable there for crosses and wreaths and from this grislygray background calla lilies and white roses peer Set pieces the gates ajar broken columns and floral pillows are always painful for In the first place the nat- ural grace and beauty of the flowers is destroyed and In the next ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 16 February 1898

I1 rvFv I litf i l WOODFORD MESSAGE THE THREEHUNDRED WORD CIPHER TRANSLATED No Information IJelngiGlvcn Out Secret tory Day and tho 1rcshlont Decline to Talk A Reply Has llcon Druftod tccp Water for Houston Washington February 14 Tht 300 word cipher dispatch lecelved from Minister Woodford Saturday night was translated at tho state depart- ment today but no Intimation of Its Import could bo secured from official sources Assistant Seciotary of State Day who has been entrusted with the whole coiresnontlenco by tho president refuses to discuss the mes- sage lie said merely that theio was no development In the case which properly could be made public at this time In one Instance he supplemted this statement by the remark that the mere fact of the Information bolus withheld was not to bo taken as a serious Indication Secretuiy Day dined ot the White House Mrs Day Btlll being out of town Every effort to supplement Secre- tary Days statement with some In- clination from the White House fai...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 16 February 1898

rN THE INCOMPARABLE riESSER The King of Fun MaKers The pcoplo of Shiner weio treat oil to moro fun Snluiday night than thev have had for a year The ocriMon was tho ptc uuliilii > n b the incnnipainblc Momr and hie tioupo of home talent of tlie Gcr uiiii play Tho Baron 15 worth ofcats had bten sold heloie the dooi hcio opened and the simply of lescrvii mats was not uitiiilto the demand A feilmo of t to occasion was the nuinhur ol Jiiiiihis with thfir wives who weie piesent Many a port cm win thvie who had lienor bet foot in the ipeii House befoie llv S0 the house wa well tilled The eiutain lose a little Liter A beiutifiil tlio wat sung by Mi Ileniietta Bichter and Jjabel Wendtland and Win Wendt hind When tho cuitaln ioo after this song it diiclosed a shoo shop Henry Messer Fritz BeiohcnhoiT Otto Grieboch and Mr Uramberg as workmen nnd S Saeltler as jijvnor of the business weio nil shown pegging away for dear life milking shoes liy and by Mr Saettler stepped off to one side and cal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 23 February 1898

I VOL 5 LUMBER The Genuine Glidden and Waukegan Barbed Wire Mountain Cedar Fen no Posts uuggy paints and brushes Shiner Texas i3Tjy 5Toir Groceries AT THE GHEHP a QBita s A OAR EIS iMLeunetger BISMKRK SKLOON J H HUEBNER Prop HEADQUARTERS FOR Fine Wines Liquors Beer and CIGARS v Palace Saloon PUD Sill P STUERKE Proprietor BEALERIN Fine wines liquors and CIGARS COOL FRESH BEER ALWAYS ON TAP Headquarters for the Farmer ITresll Bread from Yoakum alwaya on hand Fresh Oysters on Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays C W C E VILER Ge E RUHMAM DEALER IN Stoves Pumps Wind Mills and Galvan izedIron Cisterns < SHINER LAVAOA COUNTY TEXAS WEDNESDAY MOM rf FEBRUARY 231898 Seal Estate Dealer and ncArmi in Buggies Wagons Shingles Sash Doors Blinds and Builders Hardware HOT AND COLD BATHS IN CONNECTION Hair ontting 25o Shaving 15c Shampoo 25o Seafoam 10c Sja irxer Texas C I Jaeggli Junior C I Jaeggli Senic is tho re cipient of limncroris congiatnla tious this week on account of the arrival of C I Jaeg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 23 February 1898

THE GAZETTE Published Every Thursday by C W WAHD j Editor and Iub BUESCniPTION KATES Ono Year postpaid jioo Entered at the Shiner Texas rostofflco a secondclass matter BAZAINES TWO LOVES Ills Second Wlfo Hesomblauce to tho rirst One Bazalne when a colonel came across a llttlo Spanish girl of great beauty and personal attractions who Beemed to him out of place amid her surround- ings says the Century Ho picked up the little wild rose as It grew on tho roadside and conceived the no- tion of tiausplantlng it He took tho child to Paris whero he left her In a convent to be ed- ucated On his return to larls after several ycarB of brilliant campaigning he fell in love with her and breaking through all rules of French matrimo- nial usage married her After several years of happy married life the general left her to take command of tho army In Mexico While ho was away on this expedition the news of her death reached him After a funeral mass which he heard with his officers he re- tired to his...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 23 February 1898

11 IV SIGSBEE IS WARNED AN INCENDIARY CIRCULAR WAS SENT HIM TWO WFEKSACO IVutcli Out for Your Ship It Sttlil Socrpttiry IUii ttlil tti Havo Warned Merchant Sot to Umlcrttiko Long Voyage In South- ern Water Just ut rresont New York February 10 The Her nld snys Captain Klgsbee of the Unlive wnn warned of nil Impending disaster to Ids vessel two week before the ewtnstrophe occurred Mrs Slgsbee received a Itter from her husband some days ago In whleh was enclosed a circular In Spanish an nhteiiKitlzlng Americans and the Amer- ican navy On I he left edge of the cir- cular which was printed ou cheap pa- per was the rude form of a hand with the Index linger pointing to two words which were undersciihed and which in English mean rotten squadron At the bottom of the circular were those words In English written with a pen the handwriting being fair Look to your ship The circular ends with these words Death to the Americans death to au- tonomy long live Spain long live Wey lcr Concreait Wants ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 23 February 1898

Buy Your GENERAL flERCHANDISE F iiwiTBwjtAw wMw y f BsaESEBHsssoaass Chas E Ho Published every Wednosday by C W WARD SUBSCRIPTION KATES Onu Teur postpaid n For Tax Assessor J PESEK For Sheriff JOHN F HOUCHINS 100 Entpred at the Shiner Texas rost ofllco us secondclass mutter BHINEE TEX WED PEB 83 1898 ANNOUNCEMENTS Congressional 1500 Representative 1000 District offices 1000 County offices 500 Precinct offices 250 Por Tax Collector E F RUHMANN ANTON BERKOFSKY Subject to action of the Demo- cratic party For District Clerk HUGH LAY Subject to the action of the Dem- ocratic party THE TEXAS Tbo Editor had tho pleasure Friday of visiting the magniflceut battleship Texas lying in Galves- ton Harbor The weather was Buperb and the bay as Buiootho as said glass A score of tugs Bail boats and launches were running be- tween tho wharf and tho Texas and one could purchase a round- trip ticket for 25 cents The ship swarmed with visitors nearly all of whom wero from Galveston the excursions not ar...

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