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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 13 July 1898

H VOL 6 fC1 DEALER IN A < M < P STUERKE Proprietor Fine wines CIGARS Fine Wines Liquors CIGARS NEXT TO WOLTERS BROS STORE aueuSLfl rs COOL FRESH BEER ALWAYS ON TAP 9 Real E3tato Dealer and IICAUIl IN Buggies Wagons Shingles Sash Doors Blinds and Builders Hardware I Tho Genuine Gliddon and Waukegan Barbed Wire Mountain Codar Fenou Posts uuggy paints and brushes Sitalner Texas DRUGGIST AND STATIONER A Complete Lino of Drugs and Patont Medicines Alwavs in Stock School Books and Stationery PRICES VERY LOW SHINER TGXKS foiv4ke Eaf mer J EC HUEBHER Prop HEADQUARTERS FOR Beer and SHINER TEXAS DRUGS STATIONERY Perfumes Toilet Articles and a full stock of Patent Medicines Prescriptions a Specialty 41 CITY BARBER SHOP 4 A O KOEPKE Pronr Good Work and Polite Attention HOT AND COLD BATHS IN CONNECTION Hair outting 25o Shaving 16c Shampoo 25o Seafoam lOo Slainer Texas COUNCIL MEBTINQ meeting i An adjourned of tho city ouncil was held Tuesday night inly 5th Mayor Robt Eschen mrg and alt of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 13 July 1898

TH E G AZETTEIHOBSON NOW SAFE 11 > < 1 Evcr > Thursday l > j J t 1 1 I m ourit 1 illtor nud Tub SUUSJrUlION UATES Oi Year pjatpald fl00 J > tfrcJ nl the Bh ncr Texas pcntofllci as Eecoml class mall matter ANOLOAMERICAN MAILS VonE nnd Short Itouten Xlelwoea New York nnd UnslAiuI London Evening Standard A par- liamentary return issued jesterday Bhons tbo time occupied In the transit Cf her majestys malls both outward and lmvaul during 1897 by steamships between Queenstown and New York and also between Southampton and New York The time occupied in transit specified in the leturn is tho interval between tho delivery of the mails to the vessel at the port ot de- parture and tholi receipt by the pqst offlce at the port of arrival Tho re- turn shows which of the vessels car- ried malls under contract with her maj estys government Of course the voy- ages occupying least time were those between QuecnBtown and New York The shortest period occupied on the longer route was by the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 13 July 1898

THE BOMBARDMENT OF THE PORT OF SANTIAGO DE CUBA HAS BEQUN Ilrlof l > lHimt < ties to That ISfToct Have Ileon IlrrclvcHl t Washington Firing Was Opened by the Spaulard Enemy Started lOut With Light duns Were Silenced Wiislilnston July 11 The war de- partment lias been notified that the bombiudiueut of Santiago began yea lerduy Wnhhliifitora July 11 The war do ipirtnront has posted these bulletins of dispatcher received yesterday nfter iiioon Slllotiey Bay via nnytl July lOAd jutant General Wnghlngton llead iqunrleiH Fifth Army Corp July 10 1 have just received a letter from Gen- eral Toral declining unconditional sur- render llonrbirdiuent by nrmy and nnvy will begin ns near 4 p in today as posdhle Shatter Major General Slboney Cuba July 10 Adjutant General Washington The St Paul has just arrived with General Henry and his command and quartermasters stores Humphreys Iboney July 10 Adjutant General Washington The Catala has Just ar- rived with the First District of Colum bia vol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 13 July 1898

THG + GKZeTTE Published every Wednesday by J C IIABKItMACIIER sunsoitiiTioN hates Olio Year postpaid 9100 loitered at the Shiner Texas iost ofileo us seeoudelats mutter SHINER TEX WED JULY 131898 Camu a eailcd to Egypt and tailed buck again Camaka h going to the Phili ines to play a game of uido and seek Honor to whom honor is due Commodore Schley ia the naval hero of Santiago Tin battleship Texas was in the thick of the fight when Cerveris cruisers were sunk It Spain has any more old fleets dm wants destroyed let her send them over she can he accomodated SiiArruits heroes have won n victory nyiinet terrihlo odds and to them belongs the glory and honor Tin Spmish cruiser Alfonso X1U was sunk while trying to run thcblocakeout of Havanii harbor oirJufjro N 13 Scott commissioner of internal revenue at Washington rules that tho express companies must furnish and ailix revenue stamps to their receipts Hoiihon and his brave associates have been exchanged and aro nqw safely back on their s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 13 July 1898

Hwi 7 > WV7ftf 3mrp v 4 < w OITTf miCCTOUY Mayor Robt L Eechenburg Treasurer Louis Wagenor Secretary Ed J Mair AIDKHM1W Loui Wagener Ed F Wolters J II Iluebner Ed 1 Merrem C B Welhausen The City Council meets on the first Monday in every month NEW TIME TABLE In Effect Thursday May 36 1898 IllCKHAKT nitANCtl Train No 45 arrives from Lock liait ui 12o0 p in Train No > arrives from Yoa kum at 1515 p m WACO iiUANCir Train No11 anives from Waco at 1 U7 p m Train No 42 arrives from Yoa kum at 221 p m ijHS iSSS UTsHINER OAZETTE COUPON j LJ UNCLE SAMS NAVY Cut out this coupon and sendjj Air bring it to us with 10c audi jjditaiti Portfolio No G of th MNaval Series LOCAL NEWS Advertise your wants in tho Gazette New Honey at A B Junoheck EttifcCos J Ellis Esq of Halletsvillo was in town last week Wetmnres Cake Icing for ale at A 15 Jcngiuckik it Cos The Gakktti a paper for tho people only 100 per yenr Philip Welhausen made a flying trip to Yorktowu last Wednesday Subscribe for tho jAi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 13 July 1898

Grim Vesuvius Terror of Cubas Coast The Little Ship That Amazed the Spaniards by Flinging Earthquakes at the Santiago Hills Tho whlrllgle or time Brings in Its irevengcs Six months ago tha Vesuvius was airily consigned to tho junk pile by all Bavo a fow despairing zealots Her day was done her reputation was a thing iot Bhreds and patches Today sho is giving new cares to anxious admiralties she Is tho un jknown not tho discredited factor In modern naval warfare and her whlst ling tubes are awakening echoes that jclrclo a startled world It Is not given ovrry nation to pro duco at the mathematically exact mo iment tho mathematically exact reme idy for a despcrato disease We did It once surely when tho Monitor the cheese box on a raft defied the lying wedges of tho Hcrrimac That revo- lutionized modern warfare and ushered in tho clanking ago of iron and steel Have wo dono this again In the first successful employment of high explo- sives afloat Who may toll but when jit comes to heaving...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 13 July 1898

ST r a ParMsthoysometlnuBoall It when peoplo who are rich Idle and dissolute i break down In body and mind Often It cornea near enough to Insanity to i warrant their being placed In an any I lum where ample attendance Is given at high prices A nurse in one such Institution says You would be aston- ished to know how many such gentry are In our care and In some cases their friends give out that they are gone abroad It Is n oort thing to marry some young people oft curly Then they quit thinking about It and go to woik Mounts 1 Mood Deep Clean tAood means a clean akin No benny without It Cuxmiota Cnndy Cnthaitlc cl an your blood find keeps It clean bv athrliiff np llielay liver linl drivlns all Impurltloi Irora he body lleeln todlir lo banish pimple bolls blotches bluikhuid Qui that alokly tllloua complcAloa by taking Cnscareti beauty lor ten cents All bursts satlslaa tlonciinituriocit 10c Hit Mc Tito laws of MedCo piovldo that a TJormon who wishes to take a second wife must present a c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 13 July 1898

HONOR ROLL VM 0RICES L WAGNER S HAETTLER THFO KCIIUIIMANN WITTING NOTES Wittino July 3rd 4 t4 T Gnbfplder pure whisky ai Soydlcrs buIojii 08 Hero wo come ugiviu Mill plenty of ruin Some people say the war is the caustfof so inucli iiin ns they hivu heaid about tin lain in ikers Sir Reinhard Ololiehi of Lost Prong Golden Rod passed through h io Fridjy en route to Moulton on a visit to his parents He re- ports crops in that section better than here Talk about the coun- try not being worth teeing Some young gentleman had better learn how to beharo in Ilmroh or ho will soon find ort l at the carpentor left the door for You may guess who ho is Mr Ben Tinberg and family and Ben Heimann and family two prominent farmers of Shiner were visiting in this neighborhood Sat- urday and Sunday Piol Ulias Boetschcrof Weimar was here last week in search of a fcliool Some of our young folks took in BrmUius King Fest today Plenty of boll weevil talk around hero and if there is no step taken to destroy ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 20 July 1898

VOL 6 SHINER LAYAOA COUNTY TEXAS fEIWESDAY MORNING JULY 201898 M w < w aUjjlrTi i MiWijr MTJ P STUERKE Pioprietor Fine wines liquors and CIGARS COOL FRESH BEER ALWAYS ON TAP leTdpafterrfortreFarmefr J H HXJEBNER Prop HEADQUARTERS FOR Fine Wines Liquors CIGARS NEXT TO WOLTERS BROS STORE Beer and SHINER TEXAS DRUGS STATIONERY Pertumes Toilet Articles and a full stock of Patent Medicines Prescriptions a Specialty DRUGGIST AND STATIONER A Complete Line of Drugs and Patent Medicines Always iri Stock School Books and Stationery PRICES VERY LOW SHINER TGXKS ty CITY BARBER SHOP Jfa A O KOI3PK13 l > roi > r Good Work and Polite Attention HOT AND COLD BATHS IN CONNECTION TTair cutting 25o Sharing 15o Shampoo 250 Seafoam lOo Sliiner Tescets a Overstocked in Busies Arnims J Carriage Repository JYou can get a leither top Buggy end suringa leather cushions spiing bank nioklo trimmings foi S475Q S KrdB S2850 Two Seated Carriages t With Leather Tops for 7000 75 00 and 83 00 Halletsville IM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 20 July 1898

V TIME GAZ nDTE Published Bwcry lEhutudsy by J C Uakermachceii IEltor and rub STTESCKIPmoiJ KAOTH i One Year postpaid f 1 00 Entered attthe Shiner Euros fpcitofflcfc u second class mall matter l lent Co Wtf Adof od liny afeqy Towns with Good EtT ot Thero anaiij Is lutid 3QB to rus In tills country iln which the eutfaiv belli Is now rung a > night bwb Harpers Bazar The urAolderi v the meiy reg- ulations quote jiatlstkH > io juovq that erjmo has decreased u caneeqpenco and that every jday fe w anajsts lhavo bean made The object < af the govern- ment Is to keppiinlldroiioff thj streots at alight and to iet thext tindsr pf n nlty of a fine in i loney irately tuckn < i nway In bed befojH danstr can assail them When statu J < i abcot crime and its decrease at qtipted tlie vaee ctf dissension for ike time Iwine as si- lenced und It renulffjt a certain artount of hardihood at tcrv irds to so much as attempt the first r iimeu to mpve a possible other title But there are those ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 20 July 1898

vs < m f STARS AND STRIPES OLD QLORY FiAISED OVER SAN TIAQO WITH CEREMONY jCntnnclotnen j of DefenReB TI10 City vum ho lluvlroneit that Fighting as the Span- iards Did It Would Have Cost live Tliousaud Lives to take It In Kront of Santiago Sunday July 17 via Juautnnnmo Bay July IS Old QIotj i now floating oyer the fortlfl cations of Santiago At 0 oclock yesterday morning tho Spanish troops under command of Gen cial Toral loft tudir trenches and mntcliod Into the American lines where one by one the regiments laid down tlielr guni At the Mime time the Spanlsli tins was liauled down and the Stars aud Stripes hoisted In Its place Washington July IS The war de- partment posted the following bulletin at i 15 p 111 yesterday Santiago < le Culujuly IT To Ad- jutant Geneial United States Army Washington I have the honor to announce that the Ajneilcan Uaghas been this Instant noon hoisted over the house of the civil governor In the city of Santiago An Immense concourse of people pres- e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 20 July 1898

flmMippw > j nr TH6 GKZ6TTE Published ovorv Wednesday bv J C IIA15ERMACHER RunaomiTioN jiatkss Oho Year postpaid 100 Enteiednt the Sliinei Texas Tost olllco as secondclass mutter BIIINEB TEX WED JULY 201898 Tun Maine has been avenged let us have peace Hawaii is now nestling under Uncle Sams sheltering wing Tin Spanish General Linaies will leave an arm on the battlefield ot Santiago Santiago has surrendered and the Spanish army will be given free passage back to Spain The two hundred million loan called for by the government was subscribed tor live times over Maiuiai law has been declared in the Kingdom of Spain Theie is fear of an upiising among Carlists tin Sinoi the surrender of Santiago Into advices from Spain say that 1iowarmay bo considered ended and peace assured This Cristobal Colon has been made fast to shore in hopes ot being able to float her and add her to Uncle Sams navy Tub bitlleship Texas is to go to Spain with Commodore Watsons tquadron The Texas will be lieaid fi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 20 July 1898

SW > Rfp p imp CITY DIKliOTOUV Mayor Treasurer Secretary Itobt L Eschenburg Louis Wagener Ed J Muir Louis Wngener Ed F Wolters J II Hucbner Ed J Merrem 0 15 Welhausen The City Council meets on the fiist Monday in every month NEW TIME TABLE In Effect Thursday May 26 1698 IOCKIIAtlT BRANCH Train No 15 arrives irom Lock hart tit 1230 p m Train No 4i arrives from Yoa kum at 315 p m WACO niiANCir Train No 41 arrives from Waco at 17 p in Tram No 42 arrives from Yoa kum at 221 p m M SHINER GAZETTE COUPON M UNCLE SAMS NAVY M Cut out this coupon and so Mur bring it to us with 10c niui ijobtiiin Portfolio No 7 of tliep Naval Series LOCAL NEWS New Honey at A EU Gos B JUNCIBECK Advertise your wants m the Gazette Go to G E Ruhmanns for your fruit cati3 One dollar Straw Hats at 25cts each at Fiatos Subscribe for the Gazette and secure the naval war portfolio My en tiro line of Ladies Belts at loots each C II Fiato Wetmores Cake Icing for sale at A B JUNOISECKEK Cos Two funny plays atthiropera ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 20 July 1898

I GREAT NAVAL VICTORY Fighting Bob Evans Graphically Describes the Annihilation of Cerveras Froud Fleet Tho battleship Iowa was the first ship to see the Spanish fleet coming out of the harbor on the morning of July 3 Somebody on tho bridge shouted Whats that black thing coming out of the harbor A mo- ment later tho Iowa was at general quarters and tho signal was hoisted that tho enemy ships were coming out A gun was fired to attract the atten- tion of the fleet at 933 a m Fight- ing Bob Evans the commander of tho Iowa was sitting In his cabin talking to his son a cadet on the Massachu- setts who luckily had been left be- hind In a picket launch when the Mas- sachusetts went to Guantanamo to coal at dawn Capt Ivans Story Capt Evans account of the battle as told In the cabin of the Iowa to a correspondent of the Associated Press is Intensely Interesting He said At the time general quarters was sounded tho engine bell rang full speed ahead and I put the helm to starboard and the Iowa ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 20 July 1898

STILL PARLEYING GENERAL ORALS tVlWHlFI CENTTRITS AS ADlfM < M > 1 AT llvldcnttjr Maying for 1 tiifo Han Made MoreDemand WihVcMi Not lie Kilter tttlilo < l Muy lie Jtvepa hry for the Amer Icttn Forcos to RetHUtb tlio City Washington iTuly 10 An assault upon Santiago may yet bo necessary to secure the fall ot that city The terms of surrender have not yet been fully agreed upon At 1 oclock tills morning as Secretary Alger was ieav lug the White House lu company With Secretary Miss and Postmaster Jen er < l Smith he saidhe was aiithollred by the president to thus state the sit- uation The Spanish general doesnt want to lay down his arms Ho de- sires lo carry them back to Spain With tho troops This proposition has been positively and emphatically refused General Toral must surrender on our terms Otherwise the city will be attacked fiom land and Sat and oc- cupied by the American tr6ops Thus It appears that tho question of allowing the Spanish troops to take their arms back to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 20 July 1898

WITTING Wirnso July llStli 98 Very little news here now Prof II F Brunkcnhool er and lidy went to Yoakum Friday on 11 visit to Mrs Brunkenhoofers sister Mies Paula Frehner who ia attending tho summer normal at that jilace Models H Oldenbush Max Brauso and A J Stooltje will leave Monday for Victoria on a pros- pecting tour We weio informed to day by Mr 15 F Williams that the people iivound Hope ncighboihood will not make any cotton Mr Wil- liams ays L F Koehler has about IS aeits in cotton and the stalks look large and fine but there is no bolls on them as the result of the boll weevil Another man whose name we have forgotten has in cotton 100 ncies and is offering it inr bale at sHOO per acre Now talk about your gold standard What nio the people going to do if they dont raise enough cotton to pay the lent How about the merchant blacksmith butcher and saloon innn Tell me what will they do live like a nowspaper mail Mr Alvin Schneider has a very fick child with diptheiia Dr A 1 < N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 27 July 1898

VOL 6 7 SHINER LAYAOA COUNTY TEXAS Wl Real Estate Dealer and diamk IJJ a Buggies Wagons Shingles Sash Doors Blinds and Builders Hardware Tho Gonuino Glidden and Waukegan Barbed Wire Mountain Cedar Fenoo Posts ouggy paints and brushes SlrLner Texas Euy Your Groceries AT THE GHEHP axuMM S A OAEN 5S oycanager P STUERKE Proprietor dealer in me wines liquors and CIGARS DRUGS f STATIONERY Perfumes Toilet Articles and a full stock of Patent Medicines Prescriptions a Specialty BISMHRK SHLOQN J H HUEBINER Prop HEADQUARTERS FOR Fine Wines Liquors Beer and CIGARS NEXT TO WOLTERS BROS STORE SHINER TEXAS School Books and Stationery PRICES VERY LOW SHINER TGXHS DRUGGIST AND STATIONER A Complete Line of Drugs and Patent McdicineB Alwava in Stock 4 CITY BARBER SHOP l A 0 KOEPKE Pronr Good Work and Polite Attention HOT AND COLD BATHS IN CONNECTION Ilalr cutting 25o Shaving 15c Shampoo 26o Seafoam lOo SHirxer Texas ga BB Notes 4 Th e is t Polite and FroiF lascbk Wtnn Tex Inly 24 08 Hot and dry andwgo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 27 July 1898

THE GAZETTE Published Every Thursday by J C llAurttMACHEH Editor and rub SUBSCRIPTION HATES One Year postpaid f 100 Entered at the Shiner Texas pcitoffice as second class mall matter SOAP AND ITS UBEO Snclaaa nigh Among tbe IfatloM h the United States at the Haul There Is now exported from Great Britain more eoap than was used In Great Britain at the beginning ot the present century and besides accord- ing to authentic figures 400000000 pounds ot soap Is used In Qreat Brit- ain every year exclusive of 55000 000 pounds exported to other coun- tries chiefly English colonies The French manufacture of soap amounts approximately to 300000000 pounds a year the larger part of which Is made In the city of Paris The sale In other countries of French soap and particularly French perfumed soap Is a considerable item of commerce The exports of soap from Great Britain In recent years have been as follows 1875 12500 tons 1380 19500 1885 20100 1890 25000 1895 27500 What were known In England as th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 27 July 1898

HAVANA IN FALL MILES TO GO AFTER THECUBAN CAPITOL WITH 1BOOOO MEN Shnftcr to Hcturn IloinoHU Troopl Will ltecuperate for the Noit Cnmnlgn Southerners lor Santiago Two llegl menu lime Ilron Ordered There Wellington July aj General Shaf ter with his Fifth corps will take the fleM against Havana In the fall Un- til then they will rest In the United States As soon as the Spanish prisoners are well out of the way General Shat- ter with the Fifth corps will be or- dered luck to the United States per liaps to Jtontnuck Tolnt L I or some such suitable place where they will rent and recuperate so as to bo ready for the campaign In the fall against Ilnrnna This statement was made to me by one of the trusted counselors of the president The statement was further made that not one of the regiments now In Santiago would be sent to Por i to Itlco that It was thought by the ad- ministration that In all of them there was some danger of fever Infectlou Hut Generil Shatter will remain at Santiago only...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 27 July 1898

uutei THS GKZeTTE Published evoiy Wednesday by 7 V HABERMACHER sunsciuiTioN rates Ono Ycai postpaid 100 Tutored at the Shluor Texas Post ollluo os seoondelass inattei BHINER TEX WED JULY 271898 Admiral Dewey is having things his nay at Manila in spite of the lueddlcwme Germane Ouu total losses iu the fighting befoie Santiago were 1593 Of this number 230 weic killed Ok iisai Leonard Wood of tho Hough Ridcis has been appointed military governor of Santiago Tiik American tioops aro closing in on Manila and an attack on tho city may be expected at any time Evpniritt William of Germany has lost all respect for the Spaniards bocuibo they cant shoot straight TiiEiu is 1 gieat deal of malaiial and dengue fever among our troops nt Santiago but very few fatalities Tin second Ameiican expedi- tion has leached Manila and news of the c tpture of the city is hourly AtoThai Sampson thinks tho two Spanish cruisers Maria Teiesa and Roina Meicedes can be raised and tdved Il has been definitely deciJe...

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