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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 8 June 1898

TIib Genuine Glidden and Wnukcgan Barbed Wire Cedar Pence Posts uuggy paints and blushes Slniner Texas y 5Toxr Grooeries mam J 1 MT AT THE DEALER IN GHEHP S A O R2STES 3 Ia3aaser BISMHRK SHL0ON J H HUEBNEB Prop HEADQUARTERS FOR Fine Wines Liquors Beer and OIGARS NEXT TOVOriTEnSBROSSrbRE XACE 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 pf > CITY BARBER SHOP A O KOCPKE IMopr Good Work and Polite Attention HOT AND COLD BATHS IN CONNECTION Hair cutting 25o Shaving 16c Shampoo 26s Soafoam 10c Sliiner Texas 1 SHINERaTEXAk P STUERKE Proprietor Fine wines liquors and res 4I shiner aCzarfe coupon UNCLE fotJS NAVY Cut out thijaflboupin and Fond Sift i fflir bring it t gjgjjith 10c andjlj flihtain Port foil Nnval Serieef of tin AN OVERlEND TRIP througTIFtexas To the Mountains of Blan co by TJiife Schuh man and L agener Wolters Continued Frdbt Last Week i It is wonder...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 8 June 1898

THE GAZETTE lar Published Every Thursday by J C llAHKiiMAGimt Editor nnd Tub SUISSCKIITION HATES One Year postpaid Why tlio MiWicaJun FEMALE Gutter Are Mnre fl 00 Entered at the Shiner Texas pcstofllci as second class mall matter MALE AND UINGER Numerous Thun the Former In looking over a ll3t of American concert singers It Is curious to roto that the number of tenors now at largo Just exactly equals the combined num- ber of the unrestrained baritones and bassos it Is probably true that thero are Just nbout two cultivated tenors to each baritone r bass Thero arc similarly about twice as many so- pranos as there are mezzosopranos or contraltos and there are probably two trained sopranos to every tenor The reasons for these ratios are prob- ably these A higher voice being the more unusual attracts to Its owner the more attention It lends itself to mu- sic of a far greater range and bril- liancy The natural tenor and so- prano are accordingly encouraged to cultivate what may after all b...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 8 June 1898

ji MEEEIMAC HEROES FUTHER DETAILS OF THE SINK- ING OF THE SHIP Lieutenant Uobson IIuil AriMnReil Kvery DetiillWltli Minutest Cnro Important It True Atuerlcun Troops Arc Now lu West Imllun Wutcrs IClng < toa Jamaica Juno o Puller details of the sinking of the Merrlmnc In the liarhor of Santiago brought here by dispatch boat show that the exploit of Naval Instructor Hol > on anil lils men was one of the most lie role In the history of naval warfare Ilobion and Ills brave men defiantly entered the mouth of the harbor while strong light was steraklng In the east- ern horizon This enabled the Span iards to discover them before their liazardoiH journey was more than barely begun and subjected the plucky crew to an awful shower of shot and fcliell As the full measure of the cour- age displayed by the Merrlmaes men became known aboard the American warships there was little wouder that Cervera had received llobsou and ills fellow heroes with such distinguished consideration For the tim...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 8 June 1898

TH6 GKZGTTE ubllshed ovoiy Wednesday by J a HABERMACIIKR sunscmrTiox ratks Ono Yeal postpaid 100 Eiitmod nt the Shiner Tevis lost ollieo us secondclass mutter SHINER TEX WED JUNE 8 1898 Sim n being bottled and 1mm barded Cei veia can well exclaim It s cevoiu 01 CiinvuitA the fox has been hunted tn his hole and the bounds are biding on the outside Latest fiom Santiago the cork is popping and the contents of the bottle aio likely to bo ejected Tun battleship Oregon is now at Santiago de Cuba and will iind something else to do hesideo binn- ing coal It has been given out that the policy of the government had changed but the peacolnl blockade still continues A rAru dispatch fays that the Cidu lesmve fleet has arrived in Futuk ages will look back nnd applaud the bravery of the act in pinking the Meirimac in the harbor ol Hintiago and cntiapping the Spanish lleot Ir ts eight days since the Spanish fleet was positively located in Santiago haibor and now with Schley and Sampson both on the ...

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

fS i5i5BWpi I oirv jjiitioroKi NEW TIME TAULE mmmmmmmmmfrm miw > Mnvor Uobt L Eschenburg Treasuier LouIb Wagener bectetary Ed J Mair ALDCtlMnX Louis Wagoner Ed F Woltcis J II Huebuer Ed J Merrem C 15 Welliamcn The City Council meets on the fiit Monday in every month In rffcct Thursday May 26 1898 IOCKHAUT niiAKCir Train Nu > 4o m rives Uom Lock hattnt 12 0 p m Triin No 40 ai lives from Yoa kum rtt 315 p in WACO liUANCII Train No 41 anives from Waco at 137 p in Train No 42 arrives from Yoa kum at 221 p m Advcitise Gakritk Dont forgot the primaries on Saturday June 11th The Gazctii a paper for the people only 100 per year Pratts Horse and Cattle food at Fiatos Subsetibe for the Uazbtti and eecuie the naval war portfolio Croquet Sets and Bisc Ball Goods nt A B JuNODKcicnn Cos Mi Java JJlend Cnffeot the best wold Flato by > C Attend the pvimarios and pee that you relect good men lor the county oliices A nice line of Glassware and Crockery at lusaii cKim Cos Straw Hate at buciil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 8 June 1898

< THESE SHIPS ARB POR WAR NonCombatant Vessels That Serve the Men ofWar as Floating Hospitals Helpers ctc Are Never Fired Upon Tho finest of our fighting ships with all their boasted selfsufficiency their manifold mechanism and their com- plex provisions against accident or mishap are really helpless creations too moment their coal supplies become exhausted Nothing could bo more pathetically distressed than a great ibaltleshlp wallowing aimlessly In a seaway her poweis ot offense Intact bat paralyzed like her great body for want of energy or Its correlative coal her great eyes blind for want of elec- trical force her lungs fouled by taint- ed air because of her halted bloweis her wholo body either feverish or chil- led as tho weather dictated for want of cltculatlon or proper respiration and her complement athlrst for need of enough heat to transform that tantaliz- ing sea water Into drink Such a thing Is distinctly possible and It Is against oven the slightest approach to a Uko ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 8 June 1898

i I f f W ywHWitWjiwy 11 y j y fr A nnKARKABLE CASE Tho following case wna printed original y in iie Afumtui a newspaper published at Mendford Ontario Doubts werornlsed na- to its tiuthfiiluess conieiuentiy a close watch us kopton tho caso for two years and the original Rtatomcnt lias now been completely verified Mr retch had been a hopelem paralytic for five years His cnto Ihs had wide at tention Ho was confined to his bed wan bloated almost beyond lacoRUitiau and could not tako solid food Doctors called the disease tpluul hcleiosls and all said he could not live Tho Canadian Mutual Ilfo Association uttora thorough examination paid him his total disability olalmof Sl050 recording him as forevor incurable For tlueo y earn ho lingered in this condl Ca tlon After c1 taking Homo I4iIS = of Dr Wil liams Ilnk Pills for Pale People there 5st was a ilight chance a ten do n o y to sweat ircoly JToit came a little feeling in his limbs Ihls extend- ed followed raid 77fi Cidfn bv a pricking te...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 8 June 1898

Motes From Wied Wied Juno 3rd 98 Hot anil dry and rain is badly ncoded Crops aro very good especially com but a largo amount of cotton is being destroyed by the lice and web woinis G Blaschko is the proud papa of a little boy which arrived at hit homo last week Wm Mowes of Shiner wan on our streots a short while last Thursday II F Kuehno Frank McElroy and yo scribe were among the excursionists to Austin last Sun diiy Otto and Friedrich Michales and Hud Goesch were visiting kinfolks nt Lindenan lust Sunday and Monday Mr Paul J Blasoliko and lady and brother and sifter were visit ing Mr and Mis Win Fomau at Huolimo Inst week The Sehuetzen Verein will givo a giand ball licro on the 25th of this month At the school election heio 1a t Saturday Chug Stvelljo and Rnd Knhlich were elected trustees for the ensuing year X LIVESTOCK NOTES Tho receipts of cattle have be- come very small at all the punctual markets and a very small propor- tion of those received have tho condition and quality to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 15 June 1898

r VOL 6 Ccj M Real Estate Dealer and Buy Your Groceries DEALER rS Buggies Wagons Shingles Sash Doors Blinds and Builders Hardware The Genuine Gliddon and Waukegan Barbed Wire Mountain Cedar Fence Posts ouggy paints and brushes Shiner Texas AT THE GHEHP S J ± OARN EIS Manager BISMHRK SHLOON J H HUEBNER Prop HEADQUARTKR8 FOR Finev Wines Liquors Beer and CIGARS PALACE P STUERKE Proprietor dealer in ne wines liquors and CIGARS COOL FRESH BEER ALWAYS ON TAP Headquarters for the Farmer C Amsler DRUGS STATIONERY Perfumes Toilet Articles nnd a full stock of Patent Medicines Prescriptions a Specialty 4J CITY BARBER SHOP A C KOEPKE Propr Good Work and Polite Attention HOT AND COLD BATHS IN CONNECTION Hair cutting 25o ShaYlng 16c Shampoo 25o Seafoam lOo Shiner Texas ii SHINER LAVAOA COUNTY TEXAS WjEDflESDAY MORNING JUNE 15 1898 fail REPRESENTATIVE PRIMARY ELECTION J M Kirk Wgi 227 L P WllBonWfff 22 county judoe > > D A Paltiug n jpos ition 449 COUNTY CLERK 37 102 203 John BuchananfWB 345...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 15 June 1898

Information and Characteristics Showing What Our Capture of the Philippine Islands Means Wesley Merrltt ruling la the Philip- pines as a sort ot vcero > al representa- tive ot the soveielgnty of the American people holding sway over a territory exceeding In extent the combined area ot the New England states New York New Jersey Maryland and Delaware and having authority over a motley population ot from 8000000 to 10000 0001 Does not this read like a tale from tho Arabian Nights Possibly genous to all Spanish colonies and with our milder sway we may be able to prevent these If Indeed wo do not re- peat oar experience of civilian attempts to control the American Indians Some of the Inhabitants of these tropical Is- lands are as wild as wo can well Im- agine other would be peaceable enough under an Intelligent administration though we shall have an abundance of superstitious beliefs and class prejudlc supposed to amount to more than 10000 to 15000 There are 40000 Chlneso In Manila al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 15 June 1898

51 i WOMEN IN DUSINE8S From Uio Free Frost Detroit Mich A prominent business man recently ex Srested the opinion that there Is one thing lat will prtTont women frota completely filling mans place in the business world they cant be depended upon because they are stole too often This Is refuted by Mrs C W Mansfield a business woman of GS Farrar St petrolt Mich who says A complication of temalo ailments kept me awake nights and wore me out I could get no relief from medicine and hope was slipping away from mo A young lady In my employ gave men box of Dr Williams Fink Pills for Pale People I took them and was ablo to rest at night for the first time In months I bought more and took them and they cured mo as they also cured eoToral other people to xaj knowledge I think that It you should ask any of tho druggists of Detroit who are tho best buyers of Dr Williams Pink Pills they would say the young womon These pills certainly build up the nervous system and many a youug woman owes her life...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 15 June 1898

aCrac TH6 + GHZ6TTE ubllslicd ovory Wednesday by J C HABERMACIIER SUBSCRIPTION hates One Year postpaid t ta ittk 100 Enteied at tlio Shiner Texas lost olllcu in secondclass mutter BHINEB TEX WED JUNE 151898 USUAL SPANISH VICTORY The Havana cable which erst- while ticked off bo many virtories of the Spaniards over the insur- gent is still doing business at the old stand and in the old style Its latest achievement up to Mon- day was the conversion of Hobsons great leat of sinking the Mcrrimac into a destruction of an American ctui ° er by Spanish mines Now it U telling the story of Mondays bombardment of Santiago by the American fleet and singing the glorious rcpulte of the enemy with ii loj of 1500 mon and the death of Captain Philip of the battleship Texas The mendacity of those reports reveals the fatal weakness in Spanish character which is the cause of the countrys present dis IUaco sAagqvernment that willso deciveitfflpo0plo aoeslot defcerve to live and a people Unit will lie so...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 15 June 1898

CITY DIltUOTOltY Mayor Robt L Eechenburg Treasurer Louis Wagencr Secretary Ed J Mair MDEnsira Louis Wagoner Ed P Woltors J II Iluebner Ed J Merrera C B V uiiusen Tho City Council meetB on the fir = t Monday in every month SHINER OAZETTE COUPON UNCLE SAAVS NAVY Ill Cut out this coupon and BondW Uor bring it to us with 10c and obtain Portfolio No 2 of theft IsrNaval Series Flatonia is LOCAL NEWS Advertieo Gazette your wants in the to have an electric light system Subscribe for the Gazette and secure the naval war portfolio Croquet Seta and Bise Ball Goods at A B Jumibiickek Cos 8 H Hopkins Esq of Goiuales was in Shintr last week on buei IlPaS Piatts Horse and Cattle food at Flatos The Gazbtih a paper for the people only 1100 per year Java Blend Coffee the best sold by C H Flato The Nordheim letter was crowded out last week for the want of space Straw Hats at sacrifice prices at Fiato8 The Gazette Naval War Port- folio has caught on and is in brisk demand A nic9 line of Glassware and C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 15 June 1898

THE GAZETTE Published Every Thursday by J C llAiimtMACiictt Editor and Pub SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Year postpaid Jl 00 Entered at the Shiner Texas pcftofflce as second class mall matter k THREE HEROINES Splendid Conduct of English Women Frnlieil by llumane Society A recent report ot the Itojal Hu- mane society Is more than usually In- teresting If evidence Is wanted of the strength and courago and hardihood of English young women here It la with a vengeance old folks would add says the Philadelphia Times The sil- ver medal is granted to Miss Fullerton of Dudhope Terrace Dundee of such a heroine every detail is worth note Miss 1ullerton was strolling on the Forfarshire coast apparently when she observed a manufacturer In great distress out at sea We are not told whether she threw off any of her clothes but since the man was seized with cramp and was drowning It Is to be supposed that she did not The distance was 300 yards and the sea heavy but Miss Fullerton sv am out and exhorting th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 15 June 1898

Krrm my w to GUANTANAMO EIGHT FOUR AMERICAN SOLDIERS WERE KILLED Anil Ono Wan Wounded tho Ilattln IVMtcil 1or Thirteen Hours The American IlckeUAro Missing mid Tlmlr late Is Not Known On Board the Associated Press Dis- tich Boat Dauntless oft Uuintann mo Sunday June 12 via Mole St Nicholas Haytl lime 13 Lieutenant Colonel U W Huntingtons bitballon of marines vdikh landed from the tmnsuoit Panther on Friday and en- camped on the Mil guarding the aban- doned cable station at the outer har- bor of Uuautanaino has been engaged lit beating off a bush attack by Spanish guerillas and SpalnUh regulars since ti oclock Saturday afternoon The fighting was almost continuous for thirteen hours until 0 oclock yes- terday morning when reinforcements were landed from the llarnlehead Four of our men were killed and one wounded The advance pickets under Lieuten- ants Movlllo and Shaw are unaccount- ed for Among the killed Is Assistant Sur- geon John Blair Glbbi son of Major ilbbs of the regular army ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 15 June 1898

i i t LIVE STOCK NOTES Being reduced to the necessity of citing hoiso meat in Htivann it is Kind that when a long linir is fniind by the Spanish soldiers they re- member the Maine Live Stock Repoitor The ArmourCo ot Kansas City lias tilleda ir order lor 12500UU Munds of coined beU to go to New Oilcans mid Tampa The S S Co of Kansas City is rilling un order for 100000 lbs of roust beef 131000 lbs of sugar cured hum and 100000 lbs ol coined buef Live stock Reporter At this time thero is much less dilluencu than usual between can- ning cattle and the better grados c iused doubtless by an unusual demand for canned meats For tins the supply ol our army and navy will doubtless fuinish a suffi- cient explanation Just now ion quotations on classes at the ex- tremes go below three cents or above four and onehalf cents and H will cover the average range lexs s Stock Journal A report was received last Friday night of a tremendous rain at Alice that washed out u half mile ot the San Antonio Ara...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 22 June 1898

VOL 6 rU Tho Genuino Glitlden and Waukegan Barbed Wire Mountain Cedar Fence Posts uuggv paints and brushes SHiner Texas DSuy 5Tour Groceries asa sssms JfX jK u itjK3i2l AT THE ionusnMM S A OA TSrES Manager PALACE SALQOSI P STUERKE Piopiietor dealer is yine wines liquors and CIGARS Headquarters for the Farmer4fcgw BISMHRK SHLOON J H HUEBNBK Prop HEADQUARTERS FOR Fine Wines Liquors Beer and CIGARS BROS STORE SHINER TEXAS NEXT TO WOLTERS DRUGS STATIONERY Pertumcs Toilet Article and a full stock of Patent Medicines Prescriptions a Specialty rUMERAIj DIKECTOK XTncierta3sers v Svrpplies Piompt Attention Given to Calls At All Hours Either DAY OR NIGHT Also dealer in FURNITURE A full and complete Btock of Furniture Oils Paints and Varnishes irJriTOEiS XjOW I respectfully solicit your pationngc RICHARD G SEYDLER Candidate for Justice of the Peace Precinct No 3 Political Joo Sayeis has received thieo fourths of the instructed votes to date Major Buyers has carried since last leport Caldwell C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 22 June 1898

THE GAZETTE tj Published Every Thursday 5iy J C llAuniistACiinii Editor and Tub SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year postpaid fl 00 Entered at the Shiner Texas pcitofflct as second class mall matter YOU BREW YOUR OWN TEA The Sertndeil and Tmtcfal Bnasxery r Womun Has Started lu Town rrom Now York Sun An enterprise not yet a fortnight old Is a tea lunch- eon room near one of the transfer corners of an uptown thoroughfare You would take It to be a florists shop on first glance so embowered In grow- ing vines and potted plants are the deep window seats The broadstriped awning Elants down over the pavement lecess as though to keep out prying eyes and make a snuggery of the place Private and secluded looking as It Is however the mistress of this little tea luncheon room Is well known and fas- tidious customers enter her doors and take comfort at the whitedraped tables Tea rooms and eating and drinking places there are In New York by the hundred but this is the only one where the candidates for go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 22 June 1898

5 < f > 1 1 < 14flW fWPT vbirVt TV f TO DEMOLISH MOKKO THE DIQ FORTRESS IS NO LONG- ER TO DE SPARED Th Americans Are Sufo Spnlnl Marino Minister1 KiuerlmontlnB With u New 1oiTcrful Explosive WU1 Trr to Docelvo Amcrlcuna On Board Dispatch Boat Somors X Stnltli Off Santiago Saturday Night via Port Antonio Jamaica Sunday Koon By tho time this dispatch reaches you Morro castlo the principal fortlllcatlon at the entrance to the har- bor of Santiago possibly will be a mass of ruins This work o completing the destruc- tion of Santlogs outer defenses will be uudertakeu either by the dynamite cruiser Vesuvius or by the guns of the warships In the American lleet iAs explained hi previous dispatches to the press the only thing that has prevented the destruction of Morro cas- tle long ago was the fact that Lieuten- ant Itlchmoiid Pearson Habson and tho other members of tlio Merrlmacs crew were Imprisoned In that fortlllcation and the Americans took every precau- tion to sparo them from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 22 June 1898

THG GKZ6TTE tl ubllshed oieiy Wednesday by J C HABERMACIIER SUIISCKIlTIOX iiatls One Year postpaid 100 Enteioil nt tlio ibhinci Texas lost oflliu us faccontltlusa tunttci SHINER TEX WED JUKE 221898 BiT fov the present war Mole- St Nicholas might never have emerged fiom its dim obscurity When tlio shells of the d uamito cimsei Vesuvius struck the earth nt Santiago it must hae made the fcpiuiaids believe an earthquake h id broke lon e The Spinmrds hive refused to exchange the gillant Hobson and Ins men They have placed them in Moro castle to prevent our ships from destroying it This is another tunple of Spinish honor The Battleship Texas is scor- ing up on its record At the bombirdmont of the forts at San- tiago last Wednesday Admiral Sampson specially complimented the Texas tor her good work and accurao riling Tin New York Journal has caught Pulitzers World pilfering its news by the use of the old norm in Maxim device by which the Galveston News caught the Houston Post in the same ac...

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