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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 18 May 1898

TH9 + GHZSTTE C Published every Wednesday by J 0 HABERMACHER aunscntrTioN bates Ono Your postpaid 100 Entered ivt tho Shiner Texas iost bfQeo ns sccondcliujs matter BHINEE TEX WED MAY 18 1898 Harms and McLennan counties v > ont for Joo Sayers with a whoop Tin city of San Antonio is fight ing nn winy tho Salvation army Tun prico of wheat jumped 50c in ono week Tho highest point reached was 180 per bushel Chairman Greek has called tho state republicm oxecutivo com mittee to meet in Waco May 31 Sociuty leaders of Now York ami other cnitorn cities are joining Roohoveltp Rough Riders for ser vice in Cuba Cuha and Porto Rico aro calling on tho bomb government for sup plies Tim homo government dont got em The dispatches from Atlanta Georgia state that Spanish spieo aro trying to poison our soldiers by sinking bag oLarcenic in the The boast by Spain at the out break ol hostilities that tho fir t naval battle would bo a surprise has been fulfilled It was a sur prise to the Dons Max Meiize...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 18 May 1898

w city miiECTonx Mayor Robt L Eschenburg Treasurer Louis Wagener Secretary Ed J Mair AIDBIIMIIN Louis Wngonor Kd F Woltors James Ilnebner Ed J Merrem C B Welhauson The City Council meets on the Gist Monday in every month LOCAL NEWS Advertise your wants in the Gazcttk Prof lid J Mair visited his brother Will Mair at Halletsvillo last week Attorney C J Gray spent sev eral days in Halletsvillo last week on businca A nice lino of Prints Percales Cheviots Lawns etc at Flatos Miss Alma Kubitz was in town last Wednesday visiting her sister Mrs G I Jaeggli The war on Clothing continues at Flatos W 0 Mewcs also treated Austin to a glimpse of his benign coun tenance last week The Gasshtti a paper for tho people only 100 per year Mr C H Flato left last Monday for tho Indian Territory and Kan oils City to bo absent for some time Jelly Glasses with tin tops 35 and 40 cents per dozen according to sizo at C 1 Welihausevs Mr Philip Wolhausen brought his sister Miss Mamie home with him from Austin t...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 18 May 1898

m i u u T < THE GAZETTE Published Every Thursday by J C llAiimtMACUEH Editor and Tub SUBSCRIPTION KATES Ono Year postpaid 1 00 Entered at the Shiner Texas pBtoftlce as second class mall matter RILEY IS NOT A BICYCLIST How n Short Spin Knocked Jllm Oat Ono Mornlttfc I shall never lorget said Charles Reynolds to a St Louis Republic man apropos of the article concerning James Whltcomb Rileys homestead an incident In the lite of the Hoosler poet It was last summer during the time Mr Riley was a guest ol mine I live In Indianapolis and am a member of the Country club which has Its clubhouse about twenty miles from town Among the members it has be come quite the thrng to ride out there every Sunday morning for breakfast and ono afternoon I suggested to tho poet that it would be a pleasant spin to wheel out to the place next day starting before breakfast He agreed and daybreak of the next day saw us on our way speeding along the tow path of the canal toward the Country club house The Jo...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 18 May 1898

f w r > jgs HUNCHS ACTIOS mt WUf It mil llo Mado tho Subject of a ItlgM Iinostlgntloii Washington May 14 France will havo to answer to the United States If she has violated the neutrality laws in pel milling the Spanish squadron to rendezvous and coal at Martinique That France has permitted Spain to do this In deflence oC the international law on neutrality Is gravely suspected It Is more than suspected that the French authorities at Martinique de layed Consul Dartets notification to the state department yesterday of the appearance of the Spanish squadron oft the coast of Martinique It is believed that if Capt Cotton of the Harvard had not appeared at St Pierre Martinique for the purpose of Ming a message to the navy depart ment the administration would at this hour bo still unofficially aware of the presence of the Spanish squadron at that point The theory Is that when the formid iable looking Harvard steamed Into the harbor of St Pierre the French au thorities In charge of the ...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 18 May 1898

I The May Feast at Wied Winn Tex May 1G 1898 The Oth nnnual May Feast given l > y the Phoenix Schuetzen Voroln hero on the Stli was a decided suc cess in every way Almost every portion of the county was repre sented and it will long bo remem lieied by those who wore present The elub as well as tho arrange ment committee havo causo to bo proud of having arranged such n feast The Hallctsville brass and string band covered itself with glory Considerable interest was takon in electing u May queen and it resulted in electing Mi s Lillie Nustonbart and she chose Mr Henry Stindt as king At tho piize shoot in tho evening the prizes woro won as follows 1st prize Wm FaBtje with 33 rings 2nd prize E H Miller with 33 rings 3rd prize 0 V Miller with 32 rings 4th prize L Fred erichs with 32 rings Tho ball at night was well at tended about 100 couples being in tho grand march The ball lasted until tho weo small hours of the morning and all went home with tho ini ression of having spent a few ho...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 25 May 1898

VOL 5 a I l Estate Dealer and DEALER IN Buggies Wagons Shingles Sash Doors Blinds and Builders Hardware Tho Genuine Glidden and Waukegan Barbed Wire Mountain Cedar Fence Posts uuggy paints and brushes Shiner Tescas xToxxv C3rooeriS OKa3assfflsaESk AT THE AEffiaasaafl s a oARTSrEjS3 Manager i H S sir sn J H HUEB1TER Prop HEADQUAltTERS FOR Fine Wines Liquors Beer and Nt HKE DEALER IN Fine wines CIGARS rs IIINERlTEXKs P STUERKE Proprietor COOL FRESH BEER ALWAYS ON TAP Headquarters for the Farmer C AmsSer DRUGS STATIONERY Perfumes Toilet Articles and a full stock of Patent Medicines Prescriptions a Specialty 4 CITY BARBER SHOP < t A O KOEPKIS Propr Good Work and Polite Attention HOT AND COLD BATHS IN CONNECTION Hair cutting 25o Slaving 15c Shampoo 25c Seafoam 10c S3ai2ir Texas MOUXffijET Moulton TexflMay 24 03 Mr 0 E Jordanjymo over from Sliiner on important business Sunday Did youKbring your violin Chas Wm Sara Gottlieb is spending a short vacation in Smithyijlp and other cities Mr ...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 25 May 1898

THE GAZETTE Published Every Thursday by J C Uauurmacheii Editor ami Tub SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Year postpaid Jl 00 Entered at the Shiner Texas pcstofllce as second class mall matter KING OF NEWFOUNDLAND 11 G Belli Owns Miles of Land bat May lie Dispossessed From the New York Press New foundland has a king and he Is R G Held Many years ago In the face of much opposition the government start ed to build a railroad through the Is land and the natives ignorant fisher men tore up part of It Several con tractors took hold but they were un successful too Then the government started again and the resumption of the work was partly responsible for wrecking all the banks and nearly ruining the colony In 1893 Then Mr Reld a contractor from Montreal agreed to take hold If he were to get 5000 acres of land for each mile of the railroad or Its branches he completed He Introduced modern methods of construction and fcullt a firstclass railroad Now the government has turned over to him the acres prom...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 25 May 1898

r if London May ID Mr Gladstone died nt 0 oclock this morning Every otber topic In Great Drltaln yesterday dropped out of sight before the passing of Mr Gladstone Hawar den focused the attention of all classes Just before the house of commons rose yesterday a telegram from Mr Al bert Gladstone reached Lord Stanley saying his father was sinking Already before his death tho hush of grief seem ed to fall over tho scene of his triumphs and from the present men turned to the past recalling sayings and doings A great linn lay dying his old col leagues his one time enemies and fol lowers watrhlng his last lingering fight with his last and Implacable foe as they watched In past days his fights against foes whom he could overcome True to himself he was yielding slowly Inch by Inch It was generally felt that his dying was the sequel to that great scene witnessed four years ago when his last speech spoken ho quitted the house without one word of adieu Anticipat ing the Inevitable the members o...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 25 May 1898

THG GHZ6TTE I ubllshod ovory Wednosdny by J 0 HABERMACHER sunsouirnoN hates Ono Year postpaid 100 Entcied at tho Blilncr Texas iost ofllco as secondclass mutter SHINER TEX WED MAT 25 1898 w m Cl II m A Dewey victory in the West Indies is now due Poiito Rico has bten heard from but Manila is not foi gotten Wheisb was Sampson when Cor vura broko tho blocide at Santiago de Cuba The Spanish fleet is not doing much fighting but is burning coal just the bame The piesident is to mako a special call for negro troops for fcervico in Cuba The liens of the world is undor tho outran while wo sleep and ut bieakfast we know it all Cot Roosevelt of tho Toxas Rough Riders is now tho inau of tho hour at San Antonio The cables i mining to Cuba are l > to bVoutJ and GeiferulBlancowill bo isolated lrom tho wholo world ExG VKKMIU RoBEHTS the old Alcalde died rather suddenly lust Thursday night at Austin Tex The withdrawal of Attorney Goneial Cimu from the lace for governor was ceitainly a political p...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 25 May 1898

w CITY I > IRE0TOKY Mayor Robt L Eschenburg 1rroasuvor Louis Wagoner Secretary Ed J Mail Louis Wagoner Ed F Wolters James Iluebner EdJ Merrem C B Welhausen The City Council meets on the fu t Monday in every month LOCAL NEWS The Gazette a paper for tho people only 100 per year John Harrison spent soveral days at Sweet Home Inst week A nice lino of Glassware and Crockery at Junqbeckep Cos W G Lano of Flatonia was in tho city on business last Thursday Subscribe for the Gazette and secure the naval war portfolio C M Hughes and wife of Whar ton are visiting relatives in Shiner Croquet Sols and Bise Ball Goods at A B JutranBCKKH Cos Mrs C W Ward left for Sinlth ville last Thursday to visit her sister Mrs Grant Earl Fry is off for a ten days vacation in tho mountains up about Austin Tho Arthurotte tho 5c cigar at Chas Amsers is equal to the most fragrant Havana W T Amsler returned from Eagle Lake last week sick with malarial fever Miss Norma Flato returned Sat urday from Eagle Lake and ...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 25 May 1898

V in < mi ifiPflW0pil CUT IN IIAIL OF SHOT DRAVE SEAMEN FROM AMERI CAN SHIPS DID DARINO AT CIENFUEGOS CUBA kpnnlnrds fihoot frntn Mashed IHtterles anil lllllo 1ltu lliiun tlio Ilimclful < > r lUurJackets Onlerfd to taevir tlio Wrcs Lending Into tlio Ctty Amid a perfect storm of shot from Spanish rifles nnJ batteries the Amer ican forces cut the cables at Cleufue Bos Wednesday morning May 11 Four determined boat crews under command of Lieutenant Wlnslow and Ensign Magruder from the cruiser Marblehead and the gunboat Nashville put out from the ships the coast hav ing previously been shelled The work of the volunteers wa3 perilous and one was killed while bravely doing his du ty six others being seriously wounded The man instantly killed wa3 Patrick Reagan None of the ships was dam aged to any extent The cruiser Mar blehead the gunboat Nashville and the auxiliary cruiser Wlndom drew up 1000 yards from shore with their guns manned for desperate duty One cable had already been c...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 25 May 1898

1 lt K A SCHOOL OIRLS BATTLE Trom Tho Moll Mlltord In4 Miss Emma Rybolt a prepossessing school lrl of Mlltord lud Is of more than usual ntelligonce and Is ambitious to rise In the literary world In the fall of 1890 said Mrs Rybolt Kmma was taken HI tiho wus a close student and her work began to tell on hor She grew weak pale and nervous and com filalned of patus In hor back chest and Imbs A few weeks passed and she grew worse The doctor said she wo s a victim of nervous prostration and should bavo been taken from school weeks earlier She gradually grew worse her nerves were so tense that tho least noise Irritated her and she had a fever and a continual twitching in her mu cles 1 ho symptoms were much like St Vitus dance Almost every thing about COLUMBUS is imitated carp the material put in them and Prices Guaranteed A year passed and undor a change of hyslclans m m a be camo some what better but was soon as bad as over One clay I read of acaso similar to hers which was cured by IUr ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 25 May 1898

GRAND ANNUAL CELE BRATION Of tlio 4tli Anniversary < > r the Slilnor Fhoiiiciib Mnnil by a Giuml plenio nt Vel liiuisens Giove Suii duv tTii u > 51b 180S rnoonAMMK Tlio procession Hill start fiom tho Engine Hon o at 930 a m lutdcd by tho Sliinor Firemens Hmil followed by the lion Mayoi mil Boaulot Aldeimcn tho File men vnd tho different Lodges On arrival at the grounds the ilph3 ol welrom mil be made Im V 1 Mui Ouitors ol tlio day Mil ho Hon It B Allen and Judge I A Pinlus of Hallets villoiu English and Judge Julius Schuete of Austin in Geinian GRAND BALL AT MOI1T Admision to giounds flee Ad mission to ball 50c for Gents Ever body in < ttd The Committee Crops aic in u nno condition Mcsit Cins and Itobert Eochen b irg of Shiner were on oui stiects a shoit while Tuesday Mi II L Stulken made a busi iiess trip to Yoakum last week Missis John Srhroedei of this vicinity and Willie Kruso ot Cheap Hido made a business tlip to Pleas ant Giove Sunday Gus Wundeiliok ourroid over se...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 1 June 1898

I f VOL 6 fri Tho Genuine Glidden and Waukegan Barbed Wtic Cedar Fence Posts uuggy paints and blushes Sliiner Buy Your Groceries 17I7T Fine Wines Liquors CIGARS THE 0BBttt s jfiL DJ RNEiS Manager J H HUEBNER Prop HEADQUARTERS FOR Beer and B a3ijsggi B P STUERKE Pioprietor dealer in Fine wines liquors and CIGARS COOL FRESH BEER ALWAYS ON TAP Headquarters for the farmer DRUGS STATIONERY Perfumes Toilet Articles and a full stock of Patent Medicines Prescriptions a Specialty Good Work and Polite Attention HOT AND COLD BATHS IN CONNECTION Hair outting 25o Shaving 16o Shampoo 25o Seafoam 10c Shiner Texas SHDIEE LAVAOA COUNTY TEXAS g EDUESDAY MORNING JUNE 1 1898 OVERLAND bend with a bottlSif our Rheuma the stomach andjstrcngthen the nei ves of travelers Alter baiting TRIP THROUGH TEXAS M To the Mountains of Blan co by Theo Schuh man J AlWolters and L Wagener JfL w We left Shineivbn the 11th day of May 189S byTprivato convey nice and well equipped with pio visions Two miles beyond Gun ales ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 1 June 1898

THE GAZETTE rublshed livery Thursday by J C IIai ritMAiiirit IMItor anil lub SUBSCRIPTION ItATESi One Year piatriaid 1 00 Entered at the Shiner Texas pcatofBct s second cla s mall matter DIVERS ESAPE A SHARK Thrilling nzperieuvo nt n Wharf la South Afrliau Water Durban Letter In the Capo Argus One tf the local divers named Datten lias experienced a shock and a narrow escape He had been engaged to re cover a few hea y rails which had fallen overboard between a steamer and the main wharf The rails were found and one had been hauled to the surface when Batten perceHed a young shark swimming aiound him Having omitted to arm himself with the usual divers knife Batten mo ed to the boat and secured a weapon Intending to stab the shark If opportunity pre sented Itself On descending to the bottom again however Batten did not see the prowling monster and pro ceeded to the rails which remained to be hoisted He was about to attack the next rail when to his surprise and alarm he noticed a huge s...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 1 June 1898

R W CUBA TO BE INVADED ATLASTTHC ORDERS HAS BEEN GIVEN TO GENERAL SHAFTER Ail tlm ltc cuUrs mill Sumo oltliitrirn A 111 Jlo Suit HmlMrlmtlun to lie nt Onco llejtuiiIloiilit About Siianlsli licet Sit lit Kent Otlnr > mii Now Yoik May 10 A Tilbune Washington special siys Oiileis lmo nt last Rone foitil to Major Clcnciil Shatter at Tiuipa to embiik tlio Blent cr iioitlon of lih tioopi lueluilliiff nil tlio lejyului anil i fen of tho most clll clout voluiiteei ip liients on boutl tlio tianspoitu gitlioreil at that place anil the ajweisho mllltiiy movement Mliloli lms licen so frequently prcillct cil ana as often ilelncil foi one cuiso or another will lie in accomplished facttocfoio the end of this week The stionsest units of Admiral Simp sons leoiKanled squadron will coinoy the expedition and corer Its lanilln at a point now deilnltelj deslsrnated Simultaneously the most Ugld con soishlp of piess illaiatehes that Ins so far been undertaken bj the govern ment will bo put In opeiitlon ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 1 June 1898

TH6 GKZ6TTE ubllshcd overy Wednesday by J C HAI5ERMAC1IER SUBSCRIPTION lATiS One Year postpaid 9100 CntiiLd nt tlio Shiner Texas iost olllcc us seconddas matter BHINEE TEX WED JUNE 1 1898 Mole St Nicholas and Point de Paix are obtruding themselves into proininonco as war centers Tin government having declined to furnish advance news to the yellow journals they have been driven to tho necessity of manufac turing their own nous It is repotted in late dispatches that 10000 troops have already been landed in Cuba and moie are on the way Wo will soon be able to tell whether Blanco is as good a fighter as he is a talker At 1200 oclock Monday morn ing May 30 the navy department received a dispatch from Commo doie Schley stating positively that tho Spanish squadron was in the harbor of Santiago do Cuba last week over the reports of n gieat naval battle in tho Ulind ivml Passage but theio was no bittle The Windward Passage is conducive of too much wind Atropos of tho reports of the engagemen...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 1 June 1898

It CITY DlttECTOHY Mayor Kobt L Eschenburg Treasurer Louis Wagenur Secretary Ed J Muir AIDIIUMIIN Louis Wagoner Ed F Woltcrs J H Huebner Ed J Merrem C U Welhausen Tbe Cily Council meets on tho fiisl Monday in ever month NEW TIME TABLE In Effect Thursday May 26 1898 LOCKltAUT BIIAMCU Train No 45 arrives from Lock hart sit 1230 p m Train No 4 < i arrives from Yoa kum at u15 p 111 WACO OKAXCIt Train No 41 arrives from Waco at 137 p m Train No 42 arrives from Yoa kum at 221 p 111 LOCAL NEWS Advertise GAZETTE your wants in tho Max Woltors at the last minute concluded to take in the Capital City last Sunday Subscribe for the Gazettk and secure the naval war portfolio Miss Isabella Wendtland was one of the merry party that took in the sights at Austin Croquet Seta and Bise Ball Goods at A B JuxGBfcCKEn Cos We sell the best oil on earth for Mowing Machines and Windmills 20c a quart C B Wbmiausen Dont forget the election for echool trusteed and tho primary convention to be held next Satur...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 1 June 1898

I WSWUfW Sf f HVC Teyv w v iq vtyt P ATV > vtH V Storming ol the Forts at San Juan Accurate Description of the Naval Victory at lorto Ricos Capital Early in tho morning of May 12 near Admiral Sampsons sUlpa appioacliGd San Juan tho American consul at Ctpe Haytlcn havlr informed the admiral that ho had hoid a report that thirteen Spanish warships had boon seen head ing for Puerto Rico PatiiiKou Plan of Action The attack on the foits was planned so that our waishlps could bo in a po sition to meet tho Spanish vessels bhould they emerge from the harbor Tho following is tho official plan of action Issued to the American fleet Iho squadron will pass near Sali nas Point and then steer about east to pass Just outside tho reefs off Cabras iiland Tho column Is to he formed as foil owe Tho Iowa flagship Indiana New York Amphltrlto and Terror The Detroit U to go ahead of the Iowa dis tant ono thousand yards The Warn patuck to keep to the Iowas starboard bow distant Ave hundred yards Tho Det...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 1 June 1898

If Hint to Uncle Sam Now that the government has called out 125000 troops or the National Guard and formed camps In everj State thegi cat questions conlrontlnr tho authorities are first how to feed the men and secondly how to keep them In good health New troops sud denly called from comfortable homes to the privations of camp ore sure to become subject to various kinds of complaints Sleeping on tho ground getting wet and other kinds of ex posure superinduce rheumatism neu ralgia catarrh asthma hayfever yel low feer and other kindred Ills It Is understood as a precautionary meas ure that certain scientific gentle men of prominence aro seeking to supplant quinine and other dras tic tonics by what is known as ninPQ This Is well LflWJL O The first thing the hospital authorities should do is to lay in a supply of Five Drops which Is a sure cure for the nl e mentioned complaints and many others No regimental doctor should be with out them as at a Biuall cost tho gov ernment may thus savo ...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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