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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 24 August 1898

XtWl SS ji i VOL 6 aj2fflsBaiS A OARISTES AsunsLger PALACE 8AL00ISL P STUERKE Proprietor dealer in jj ine wines liquors and CIGARS COOL FRESH BEER ALWAYS ON TAP DRUGS STATIONERY Perfumes Toilet Articles and a full Btoek of Patent Medicines Prescriptions a Specialty J H HUEBWER Prop HEADQUARTERS FOR Fine Wines Liquors Beer and CIGARS NEXT TO WOLTERS BROS STORE SHINER TEXAS AUG DRUGGIST AND STATIONER A Complete Lino of Drugs and Patent Medicines Alwavs in Stock School Books and Stationery PRICES VERY LOW SHINER TGXKS 4 CITY BARBER SHOP 4 A O KOEPKB Proi > r Good Work and Polite Attention HOT AND QOLD BATHS IN CONNECTION Hair outtlng 25o Shaving 15o Shampoo 25o Ssafoam lOo Sliixier Texas EXTRACT OFjafiEETTEB From A B Dunnfj at Santt mo up in n bow green stuff Nol any attention tol supernumerary the woods at guaffi ed an awful njgv poral of the guardrj camo to mo an moio pill lef plough The following extract of a lotter written byaSS Dunn to th Gonzales Inqulrbrj merly telegraphy pla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 24 August 1898

CAPT BUCKET ONEILL DARINd CAREER OF THE COM- MANDER OF ROUGH RIDERS Ills Life Tlhllo In Arlinna OrnduatliiK from aa astern Colleffo lie Went to the Pralrlc Where He Soou Won n Name liaised Ills Own Company Capt Ruckey ONeill of the rough- riders who fell In the terrible charge up the hillside at San Juan was ono of the most picturesque figures In tho west A brave spirit and a unique character Buckey ONeill was known from the Atlantic to the Pa- cific and his epitaph cannot be bet- ter epitomized than In his own graphic phrase written Just before the depar- ture from Tampa Who would not gamblo for a now star in the flag Buckey gambled and lost and the rough riders are mourning a gallant fliftter a man who never knew fear who had shot five men In his day and who went to the front at the head of 300 Intrepid Arizona citizens all as anxious and as proud to die as Buck ey died with his boots on and his face to the enemy William Owen ONeill was born of Irish parentage In St Louis In 1860 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 24 August 1898

it i TKEEUN3 ChEMICALOo SEdUIIUS NO COOKINO m Copper Colored Splotches There is only one cuie for Contagious Ulood Poison the disease which has completely Unfiled tho ductors They are totally unable to cure it and direct their efforts toward bottling the poison up In the blood and concealing it from view S S S cures the disease posl tielyand permanently by forcing out every trace of tho taint I was afflicted with a terrible blood disease which as In tpou at nrtt but aftervnrrts spread all over mv body Iheiie soon broke out Into urea and It la ea y to Imagine the Puttering I endured Before 1 be- came convinced that the doctors could do no good I bad Fpeut a hundred dollars v liteli was really thrown hva 1 then tried various patent medicines tut they did lot reach the dlseabe Alien 1 had finished my first bottle of s s 8 I v as itreatly improved and ual delighted Willi the result The large red splotches on niv shest bean to grow piler and suialler and before lonir dlsanppared entirely...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 24 August 1898

TH6 GKZ6TTE Publlshod ovorv Wednesday by J c habermacher On HUDSCKIFTIOK BATKSt Yoar poatjiild 9100 nterod nt the Shiner Texas 1ost office as socomlelass tnattor tHIHER TEX WED AUQfii 1898 Tun Atneiican loss was only si lulled and forty wounded in the captuie of Manila This bombardment and capturo of Manila was effected on Sunday United Stales time COO head of cattle and 1800 goats w ere loaded at Galveston last Thursday for Cuba Wm Cameiun Co have ship- ped 1000 barrels of flour from Fort Worth to Havana Cuba Tun heat is so gieat in Europe that eight deaths from sunstroke occurred in Paris last Wednesday Tltu Spaniards at Manila sur- rendered 7000 men 12000 guns mid a large quantity of ammuni- tion Tun final decision of the Texas Railroad Commission is that the AdmikaL Dewey is tho Alpha and Omega of the war with Spain Ho won the first and iho last victories Richies Toxas immunes left New Oilcans last Thursday for Galves ton under order from the war department At a meeting of tho f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 24 August 1898

CITY DIRtiOTOttY Mayor Itobt L Eschenburg Treasurer Louis Wagoner Secretary Ed J Mair ALDKItMEN Louis Wagener Ed F Woltors J II Hnebncr Ed J Merrem C B Welhausen The City Council meets on tho fitst Monday inovory month NEW TIME TABLE n Effect Thursday May ad 1898 tOCKUART BRANCH Train No 45 arrives from Lock hart at 1230 p m Train No 4G arrives from Yoa 1 kum at 815 p m WACO BllANOH Train No 41 arrives from Waco at 137 p m Train No 42 arrives from Yoa kum at 221 p m SHINER OAZETTE COUPON jjj UNCLE SAMS NAVY Cut out this coupon and Bendji or bring it to us with 10c and flobtain Portfolio No 12 of theft val Series yj LOCAL NEWS Advortiae Gazette your wants in the New Honey at A B JuNanccK eu Cos Go to G E Buhmauns for your fruit cans The oil mill bo an operations last Wednesday Shiner has recoived to date 570 bale new cotton Wctmoros Cako Icing for sale at Ai B JUNGBECKER Cos Subscribe for U10 Gazette and secureitheYnayalfWarportfolio ll lCbthjn l a tha vo 1nWP b wIjeckb W That steam ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 24 August 1898

IMuffer Pooled tyfU6 K1 THE GAZETTE rubllshed Ecry ThursJay by J C Uadcumaciiih Editor and Tub SUBSCRIPTION BATES One Year postpaid f 1 00 Entered at the Shiner Tesas pritoiuct s socon I class mail matter TAKE THE WHONQ BET now Crowd tn Delaware From the Washington Star It was a New York drummer stopping In Washington on his way weet Just long enough to tell the administration how to conduct the war and while he was resting after his efforts In thak direc- tion he was talking something else than war talk I was stopping In Wilmington Del four or five nlghtB ago he said and being rather lone- some I went with three other fellows to a billiard parlor for excitement We had played a few games in fact It was about time to quit when a rather well dressed party six feet tall and weigh- ing 200 In his stockings came In and after talking around promiscuous like a while he offered to bet any amount that he could beat any man In the loom even at any game of billiards he might select Seeing no t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 24 August 1898

h tl XV VU i w V iv WAR NOT ENDED SAOASTA SAYS HOSTILITIES ARE MERELY SUSPENDED AVI 11 Contrail the Citpltulatlou of Mnnltii Do en Nut Hind Spuln tu Surrcnilur the Inlands Uerumnyt Medillliiff Stata De- partment Informed of Further Acts ilnilrlO August 20 Senor Sagasta has stated that the actual situation now existing between Spain ami the United States is neither peace nor war and that the situation Is merely a suspension of hostilities Spain de- sired an armistice but tlio United States did not agree to It Spain in resigning her sovereignty In Cuba and Porto Illco has not renounced all be- longing to her The United States as an honorable nation will not beek to annex that which can not legitimately be considered as boot of war accord- ing to the conditions under which the peace was concluded Senor Sagistn believes that a cessation of host Mies having been proclaimed the talcing of Manila does not affect the Philippine problem Madrid August 20The government has resolved to Insist t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 24 August 1898

If w A Business Boom Tho Philadelphia Press has an editorial predicting a boom in business It enumerates tho fol- lowing reasons Tho signed prolocol closes tho war and all tho busiuess world will make ready for the business boom near at hand Its causes aro numerous 1 For three years past the Cuban question and our relations with England havo been n per- petual threat to trade Tho Span- ish war ends both 2 The currency question is Bottled Every republican conven- tion cast and west uliko is taking advanced gold standard ground and democrats dodgo silver 3 Capital long alarmed by the double danger of foreign war and a Hilver basis will begin on new enterprises 4 For six months or sinco the Maine blew up everybody has been wailing to see tho result Plans purchase orders enter- prises contracts havo been held up All these now come with a rush D The crops aro of tho best Wheat uuexamplod corn a first class crop and cotton certainly large and probably very large Tho farmer paid mortgages ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 24 August 1898

rs k T A REVIEW OF HER INDUSTRIAL AND COM- MERCIAL RESOURCES AND A REPRESEN- TATION OF HER LEADING Banks Manufacturers and Commercial Houses SAN ANTONIO HAS Sixty thousand people 132000000 assessed property The finest climate In the world The finest system of sewerage In the south The finest military post Sixtyseven miles of street railway The finest waterworks system in the south A live progressive city administra- tion Store homestead owners than any city In Texas San Antonio Is a city of homes Sdn Antonio Is a city of gardens vand pleasure reports San Antonio can accommodate more j3trapge rs than any city In Texas THE ALAMO San Antonio may well be seriously Tegarded as an Interesting and profi- table center The position of the city from a commercial point of view Is Tearly grpwlng better Outlying lands are being brought under close cultl vatlon miles of Irrigation works are In progress of construction great ranches hitherto operated in the wild and aboriginal plan are now fast be...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 24 August 1898

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Elmendorf Co IMPORTERS And WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Hardware AND Agricultural Implements N SIdo Military Plaza SAN ANTONIO TEXAS A Ucuslnger Sr President A llcuslnger Jr VicePresident Vm Uasse Treasurer Edward W Heuslnger Secretary HeusingerBasse < Hardware Co INCORPORATED 416 and 118 South Side Military Plaza San Antonio Texas BANKS ANP BANKERS Geo W HrnelienrWge PreMdent John A Prater VicePresident Ferdinund Uerff Jr Cashier THE SAN ANTONIO TEXAS Transact a general tanking bus- iness Prompt attention given correspond- ence and collections made In all cities of the lTnitcil States Accounts ol corpo- rations banks firms indhldiuls rec d SBSHSE5HSH5H5HS2SHSSSR Ul r I nl U W 1 OF ill F Groos Co S SAN ANTONIO TEX ffi i < taSH5HHH5H5H5H5E5ESESH53 THE National Bank OF SAN ANTONIO J S Loci ood President J Mulr Jr Cruder M Freeborn Assistant Cashier San Antonio Texas 2 Chas IIueo President 5 S Hnllt VicePresident Jl Q Henry Elmendorf 2nd VPres g g 7 N Brown Cabhle...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 24 August 1898

> ik Ill LAUNDRIES S M Crookshanlc I1 G Ingram Established June J 1808 315 E HOUSTON ST Telephone No 570 San Antonio Tex SAN ANTONIO STEAM LAUNDRY IIith WnKrit ALL WORK GUARANTEED Telephone No 270 309 and 311 ST MARYS STREET Reliable Agents WANTED SAN ANTONIO TEXAS WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS NAT SULZBACHER Importer and dealer In FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Jobbers anil Importers ot TINE CIGARS Agent for the GENUINE WALDORr WHISKY 102 W Commerce St San Antonio Tex A SO WHOLESALE DEALER IN IMPORTER Of FOREIGN AND CALIFORNIA GClines Iiiqaors 4S and Cordials All orders for ono gallon or more PROMPTLY DELIVERED In tho City Country Rallrond or Expicss 120LosoyaSt San Antonio Tex Tolophono 280 IiBMBEIt FRANK J BEITEL Dealer In all Kinds of TEXABIlOUISIANAfAND CAEIFORNfAlEUMBER r > 1 i Doors Sash Bltndsilouldlngs Shin- gles Fencing Laths etc Barbed Svire and Builders Hardware OfHce and Yards at International Depot San Antonio Texas A BEITEL Manager WM CAMERON CO DEALERS IN Lumber And Builder...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 24 August 1898

f m imi fT T 4 P rm r > WINDMILLS John T Wilson Co manufacturers of windmill outfits and country water sprits are located on the Sunset tracks corner of Dawson and Walnut streets They are also agents for the Aermoter Windmills They employ only competent men and when they do the erecting them- selves guarantee satisfaction When In the city call and see them The Alamo Iron Works owned and operated by San Antonio men and San Antonio capltnl Is a true home Indus- try and worthy of the patronage of the dealers and consumers of the south- west Their specialties are wind mills and well drilling machines Of the latter they manufacture an Improved combin- ation and treadle well drilling machine for steam and hand power There are fourteen of these machines In oper- ation six of which were sold this year S A CLUB OPERA HOUSE BROKERAGE COMPANY The San Antonio Brokerage company No 320 West Commerce street do a general brokerage business In cotton grain provisions stocks and bonds They have pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 31 August 1898

V VOL 6 Euy Tour Jill Groceries araa3n3aicss DEALER IN P STUERKE Proprietor Fine wmes CIGARS Fine Wines Liquors CIGARS NEXT TO WOLTERS BROS STORE AT THE Mom S A QAJaTSTiSS Manager ors and COOL FRESH BEER ALWAYS ON TAP sJDiJheArmer J H HTOBWEK Prop HEADQUARTERS FOR Beer and SHINER TEXAS DRUGGIST AND STATIONER A Complete Lino of Drugs and Patent Medicines AIwuvr in Stock School Books and Stationery PRICES VERY LOW SHINER TGXKS 41 CITY BARBER SHOP fy A O KOEPKE Propr Good Work and Polite Attention HOT AND COLD BATHS IN CONNECTION Hair outting 25o Shaving 16o Shampoo 26o Seafoam lOo SHirxer Texas IL = x veiy well avoraginj one half balo pejiw ton fields have US being devastated1 are enteitainediOj tho plant is too K > eitaied by a HoolJ Z SHINER LAVAOA COUNTY TEXAS WEDNESDAY MORNING AUG 31 1898 ih some farms jMany cot bpearance oi JJliill yield as ifto be resus Our nihiblejgflier Mr Ed White is doinft > antictfvo business ut present Uirnlhs uLubout thirty bales daily butjtBlyraali...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 31 August 1898

V MILES AND ALGER LIVELY TIME EXPECTED Washington shortly aVusTl icrill Sterhbeig is believed to indicate Lis attitudein tho matter Open let- ters bulletins and reports havebeen issued In large numbers and are still liut It Is perceived by all army officers and others who really desire to know the truth that these only give one side of the stoiy aud are simply In the na- ture of au argument for the defense the other side not being represented fV The two olllcers who are relied on ns probable Instigators of the Investiga- tion are General Miles tho command- ing general of tlie army and Colonel Theodore lloosevelt the officer who re ceived the severe reprimand from Sec- retary alger for telling the truth about Santiago It Is understood ithat lioth General Miles and Colonel Roosevelt have gath- ered facts and statistics about the sit- uation atSautlago during and after tho surrender of the city in addition to their own observations and exper- iences Friends of both of these olllcers ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 31 August 1898

I Iv In summing up tho events of the war It must not be foi Rotten that the cen- sorship van one of the most valuable ships In our navy llcuuty li lllooct Deep Clean blood meaaa a clean akin Xo beauty without It CaBcaiotn Candy Cnthartlo claans youi blood mil keepIt clean by atlrrlnl np the lazj lire rant lilting all Imporltlei from Hie body llnln lolar to banish plmplaa tolls biotchea blackheal ant that alclslT blllona complexion by Inking Caaiaien benuty lot ten ccata All diuejiau bulliuo tloupaarnnleed 10c 2r 60c Learning doc3 not necessarily Imply wisdom When young men propose filrls dls poso of the Ice cream A novel lie attracts more attention than a hackneyed truth Dont Tobacco Spit and Smoke Your Lite Away To quit tobacco easily and foreor b mae nellc full of lite ncrio and Mnor talteNoTo Hue tho wonderworker that raalies wealt men strong All druggists 60o or 1 CurORUnran teed Ilooklot and sample tree Address Merlins ltemcdy Co Chicago or Now iork A loehy road Is ahead of Wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 31 August 1898

u4 TH6 + GKZ6TTE Published ovorv Wednesday by J C HABERMACHER subscription hates One your postpaid 100 nterod at the Shlnei Texas iost oflloo as seooudcluss matter SHINER TEX WED AUG 311898 DrsKAsn has billed moie of our tioops in Cuba than Spanish bullets Tin Spanish coites lias been called to meet Sept 5th and a ljvely time is pioinised t Reak Admikat Schley visited Washington Inst Friday and was oveiywhere gieeted with shouts of Iluuih lor Schley TuounrE seems to be blowing between England and Russia over China and bath nations are con centriiting their fleets at Chinese ports Aguinaldo has become discour aged says his army is an unruly rubble and is anxious to support the authority of the United States in the Philippines It is noted that Wevler is not being consultediin affairs of peace pint frftSmtii K + vS roundfiiBlonirn aectgtesji are i I J XT contemplated New s Tnn Chinese minister at St Petersburg has leported to his government that in his opinion theie will bo war between...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 31 August 1898

m T > > fl f m f CITY DIKECTOltY Mayor Ticasurer peorotaiy Advertise llobt L Eachonburg Louis Wngener EM J Mair AIDLUMEN Louis Ungrnur Ed P Wolteis J II Hui bnor Ed J Merrem P Wolhauson Tho t ity Council raeeta on the first Mond ly in every month NEW 11MB TABLE In Eflcct Thursday May 26 1898 Train No 45 ariives trom Lock hart at 1230 p m Train No 46 airivoa flora Yoa kum at 015 p m WACO BIIANCH Train No 41 arrives from Waco at 137 p m Train No 42 arrives from Yoa kum at 221 p m LOCAL NEWS your wants in the GAZErm Go to G E Ruhmanns for your fruit ctns Round bales pressed to dato Tuesday Aug 30th 200 Large line of Clothing cheaper than ever at C Mueckes Just received a nico lino of Neck Wear C II Plato New goods and new prices at C Mueckes A fine line of Clothing Hats Caps etc at C H Flatos Zu verrenten 48 bis 60 acker land F G Warnken Mrs Earl Prey left last week to visit relatives at San Marcos Texas The gin accidents have begun Sara Smith of Smithvillo has lost an arm IIAB y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 31 August 1898

THE GAZETTE Iujllabcil livery Thursday by J C llirnifMACin Editor and Tub suuscniiTioN haves On Year pjtpaU f 1 00 rntsrcj at the Shiner Texas pcitoffle as Ecoutl class mall matter VALUE OF THEEVEN1NO PAPER News Comes When JIunlnciH Men Hnvc Time to inJoy It Tho value ot the evening nowspapor la not exhausted when It has given tho news of the hour or has helped the business man over tho tedium ot travel from his ofllce to his home says tho Boston Transcript Copies are seldom found littering tho seats of steam or electric cars as It Is taken to tho household for perusal by the whole family Of course the evening Is tho time when It can bo most thoroughly read and discussed Moreover so rapid has becomo every medium of Intelli- gence from worlds end to worlds end that tho evening paper Is more favor- ably circumstanced than Its morning contemporaries for keeping pace with the genuine news of each day Tho facilities for cxtnctlng tho best es- sence of the worlds history for tho day and t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 31 August 1898

1 i > 1 tIK > P My < t < w r PEACE NOT SIGNED SPAIN IS STILL AT WAR WITH THE UNITED STATES lion till tloH Miiy Koto mineiico Premier fciiffintn liven Ihoio rtpnom fnr Nut IonnlttliiR the Cortes ti > DUcuss Any QuiMtlonn of War or Ionco Mndtld August SI Senor Sngnsta the premier H quoted as having In the eouixo of mi Interview inaile some Im- portant statements declaring that It was the governments Intention to icpress the discussion of war topics In the eottes He said that as soon as the cottos met the government would submit n bill authorizing peace nego- tiations and next a measure relating 1o the suspension of the constitution- al guatantees Although Senor Sa is ta did not state the nature of this men Nino It Is supposed that It will pro- vide for the continuation of the sus suspension The government said the pie mler will not discuss In any foiui tho question of peace and war In- deed the deputies would be entirely lacking tho material necessary for a dslcusslon T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 31 August 1898

GOOD AND BAD LUCK JOHN HAY Good luck is tho gayest of nil gay filrla LonK In onoplaco slio will notstay Hack fiom vour bioY sho strokes tlio cmls Kisses > ou quick and files away But Madame Bad Luck soberly comes and sta > No rii lnon litis she for flitting Snatches of true love souks sho slugs Sits by your bed andbilugs her knitting EXPERinENT TEACHES Sue said Tom did you hear this Could It bo meant to trick her The concussion of a kiss Alwnjs mnkus tho giisflamo llloker then oxpeilments they tiled In the lutetests of science And their dps as sho complied Soon had foimedn closo alliance After tiials two or Unco Happy M a mun in liquor See it flicker Sue I said ho Quoth tho maiden Let It flicker Judge Sermons in Stones First John iv 18 tolls the people how to live and enjoy life Stormy days aio always on hind when wo aio looking for suiibhiiio Fish lies aie innocent but they get pooplo in tho habit of thinking that everything is fish 1 id debts are liable to outlaw but tho rep...

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