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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...

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

oMsn VOL 1 9W ISuiv iiiirtcrs For SlWCir m NER PLANTERS SHINER LAYAOA COUNTY TEXAS THTJRSDAT MORNING SEPT 7 1893 i i i iimn wi iiiiiim i TifirrnMrflTMIWTjaBiM jJ B W AND 1ANN Slices Mats audi Gaps Groceries HARDWARE WOOD Avn WILLOWWARE WOOD OWS avT Plalk ° tter8 ald Louisvi110 Cott ° md Corn Planter AH kinds of Country Produce bought at highest markot prices Cash Paid for Ootton Soed long leaf pine cypress well curb ing slimgies sashes doors and ffSTTOWN LOTS IMPRCvED and UNIMPROVED i ACMWBj tho Sm Antonio and Arattbttii I nw Hajiwid Town Sito Company for tho sale of all their lots jn tno town ot Shiner I propose to sell everything that I carry in stock as cheap as the same quality can be bought elsewhere I defy all competition Mv clerk Air Albert Moeller Gorman speaks English and Bohemian you to call and oxamiric my stock before buving oisctvhere f E MEESEBTJRGESir pjf California Fruits Milk Shakes fioda Water Cider ScoourO 10 ami 25 cent Uarguln CouutciH Simsmt Tex UecL XL isjtt r...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 7 September 1898

SWERT PEAS A Hoet of dainty wliiffltke flowers A bowl of Dresden china Ocifulle tocUyeomo louoly hours AVIth potency far liner Than all tho roses wondrous fnir v Whkh lnnuish In their lory 1 ilnetAtoly vnso of ptttorn nro Breathlnj tho summers story swarm of plnkhucd butterflies vYou scorn to poHo and hover 0n your trail stems und try to rise Booking tho wind your lover Sweot peasl My fancy and my heart You chtiim with your faint fra ruaoo Htl clml oimos Damo Nature h utt To matth you lovely vayiunts ANOTHER MANS SISTER < I ocouplod and still do occupy flbmnbo a which consist of two rooms bonnetted by a tiny hallway Riving a to tliu landing by ono door Thoro Itaro H will bo plain to tho meanest lnd that onco tho hall door Is ocou ftlod by tho onomy tho only othor jixlt la from tho window by way of pw guttooplpo a vortical dla Lauco of throo Btorioa Thoro jfitiould always bo two ways not in cluding the window out of ovory sot < chambois i This nood had novor proscntod Itsolf 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. — 7 September 1898

m One Ropil dowl dying tonguoloss Blnugh tora a thousand walling upon that Miule Mlaerulilo Tor Life This you may milly bo If you fall to remedy the lndlcesilon and Iho 11011 as lrall tlon of lliu food wlilcn ant thontlenO in nn < l orlijlnatiiri nf nemiuutur tint atir jircsi nt nilniiut which ro tiurintlc itifncrnl antiiiUu or tietvln enn over do more Hi 11 le jn mrlly ivllcvo or couteothjorinlilic linvinoilluit upon the oreansrif dlKwlloiiHiKliiKtlnilluilon except to dltonliraiiilin cihlethtm llius neuravntlnir the vrlRhnildimi nit niHmirihemoHtnl mi I lBgand aanveHiiiaiijnipinniKof brunlo mrv ousinn In lmnnmla ulitth la ih > > piofcsslunal term for llmbilltv toBlup Where this exists I tniro 11 al aia a tindmry lo tnuitul oi r throwuirt > U nml etmtii I Innonlty Ilciln tthofonnlnlnlieidnfallthl il flkultv nlth I IloMclteriifniach Itlers mil lUortcUl roil raqurntm No nmmr dv the Momma ro sumo Its tono ntid the > Km tan In l or through tlic aid of this ben in tonic th...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 7 September 1898

fcX t r V nwiwuimuinnffwiiau THG GKZ6TTE lllILISIiri EVERY THURSDAY AT Shinor Texas c nNn ward 81 If ittinuN One Year IV stpaid ItATLSi nioin editor St 100 Entered at the Sinner 7eras Post Ojicc as second clvss matter t J1HINEE TEX THU SBFT 7th 93 Tjih Schulcnbnrg bank is as bolid as the rock of Gibraltar and will stay that wav Schulenburg Globe Yes nnd VoAvilPtlio Shiner bank thank jou < The pitiful paltiy pusillanimous fakir that thimblerigs tho Yoakum Thing sprung his ancient stcieo typed chestnut on a diegnsted and long suffeiing public again last week This fool fakir has plagia lrcdalot of vulgar epithets and ilo phni M fiom the columns of the Aiuom Kicker and stiinging tin m together ho has had them sot up in form Not having timo be twien drinks to wiito anything new lio hunts this stuff up every timo he gets a spite at a newspaper Jinn nnd he publishes it again un til it has become po well known that every man in this pait of tho state now lecogntaes it at a glance as the ...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 7 September 1898

e NORTH SND RMILROHD TULEHUB sarwATcii Tins space next week for special aiiriouncement K linn I ill umi iiiinwHn nnmriiiniiniimmniw n Time Ta VDJe Local time tablo of tho San An tonio Aransas Pass Railway Gonzales mixed south bound passes Shiner at 1235 P M West bound at ii22 P M Waco Lxpros south to Yoakum 1 24 P M North 250 P M Secret Sooiotis Bbucr Loigo No Ill A 0 U W Meats the hfcond Monday in each mouth in the Monls hall SI E Wolrers P M T 0 lllohin M V E l Eulimulin Iou iimn Jaluib Wol via Ooi oer E P AVokeis Rocuider 1 O Smith bon J A Woltois Dr Eklson M 11 Blueoacr Lodgo Ho 20 0 D H S Meets tho flrt amlS thiiil Monday of each month at tho JIouls hull M K Wolters President Moults Hiehtcr Vtoo pieMdeut Alvfn Hum mel bee August Muitens Tronn l J Mter u < p Otfo Uelnliuusu I V Clnis Jnengeti O W Trua tecs Win Juudei Win 1VeudtIiiuU OusLucisen Kaftbona Lotlgei E of P Meets flrjt and third FiiduV nights in each month H J Mali O O Louis Culpepper V C Tom Bmlti tt K of B anil 8 ...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 7 September 1898

IL Pf U 4 T I Tf ° CONDENSATIONS Culled and Carefully Arranged from lha Latest Dallies ot the State A MIRROR OF RECENT OCCURRENCES Happenings Crops Stock Improvements end Heme el General Interest Rendered Read able and Entertaining Tho civil engineers appointed by tho railroad commission to malco tho valuation of railroads a fow days ago qualified as stato officers and will hhortly begin their work It is Ukoly they will havo to oxnmino ovcry foot of every road In tho stato boforo ar riving at data for estimating tho cost of excavation and filling After tho estimates aro mado and adopted by tho commission tho rallioads will bo notified and then poi mltted to eomo In and show tho actual value of tho roads and property Frank Jones who runs a steam gin t liluo Ilidge KaUs county recently raised tho breast to tho gin stand without stopping the machinery to put In a wedge It was but tho work of an instant Only nlion tho ongino was stopped tho bolt nut and shaft reversed that ho ctluld bo ...

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

WC CONGRESSIONAL NEWS Nothing ol Importance to tho Public Accom plished In tho flous MB PAMEflS PROPOSED AMENDMENT Mr Voorhees Clves Notlcs ThatHa Will Ask lo liars the Session Changed o II Oclock The Debato on Rules Washington Sept 4 In neither branch ot congres9 was thoro any thing done Saturday that was of tho least importaneo to tho public Tho Iioubo spont Its tlmo In wrangling ovor tho rules and contrary to oxpoo iatlons did not finish up tho work of passing thorn An ndjournmont was inado until Wednosdny when It Is ex pected work on thorn will bo con cluded Tho probablo causo of this oxlonded debate Is that tho houso has nothing particular to do when tho rules aro adopted and thoroforo thoro fa no hurry Tho committee on ap propriations cannot got down to work until tho estimates aro In from tho dopartnionts and theso In all proba bility will not bo In before noxt month or tho month after Tho river and harbor estimates cannot bo ready beforo that tlmo In tho bonato tlmo was take...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 7 September 1898

if rM in town Friday 1 tyjll wFavirite fcSaloon Mtt viihitm n LOCKLS Hot anil dry Lemonade at Mersebergcrs Cotton is steadily climbing up Ico civain at Mcrtjbcrgers now California fiuits at Morsobor gere Yoakum has bat ono news piper Cool City beer on lap at Joe OndrejWin Win Sfivago returned Satur day eve Albert Mocllcrwas in Yoakum Sunday Bismark Saloon for 0 D II S cigars Gust Huff is tending bar for Joe Ondrej John Hanvood wcnttoFlaton ia Sunday The ton n seomB lonely since Itodgers left Advertiio in tho GazjSttK and bo in fashion Joo IIcrzi3 has been quite sick tho last week A barrel of fino apples at Mersebergcrs F Collins of Dihvorth was in town Monday A caVload of rust proof oats at Woltcrs Bros Fritz VVarnken loft for Fayotto county Sunday Frank Nceley of Moulton was Seott Dilwprtji f Gonzales was in town Sunday A L May was in town Satur day and Sunday John Otholdt of Witting was in town Monday Go to tho Bismark Saloon for 0 D II S cigar Dr Rote of San Antonio was in town S...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 14 September 1898

VOL 6 Sliiner DEALER r SHINER LAYAOA COUNTY TEXAS WEDXfpAYliig iirTr r WBXaSa Real Estate DEAdBK LUMBER Buggies Wagons Shingles Sash Doors Blinds and Builders Hardware Tho Genuine Gliddon and Waukcgan Barbed Cedar Fence Posts ougyy paints and brushes JBxy SroTjir Groceries iVlre Mountain Texas S5 A 0AR3STH1S Manager P STUERKE Proprietor Fine wines liquors and CIGARS jILDEER ALWAYS ON TAP He8S3 Sffl P8bePaiiBm8r DRUGS STATIONER Perfumes Toilet Articles and a full stock of Patent Medicines Prescriptions a Specialty CI J H HBEBMER Prop HEADQUARTERS FOR Fine Wines Liquors CIGARS JNEXT TO WOLTERS BROS STORE Beer and SHINER TEXAS DRUGGIST AND STATIONER A Ciimplete Lino of Drugs and Patent Medicines AIwuvh in Stock School Books and Stationery PRICES VERY LOW SHINSR T6XKS ty CITY BARBER SHOP < A O KOEPK13 l ropr Good Work and Polite Attention HOT AND CODD BATHS IN CONNECTION Hair cutting 25c Shaving 15c Shampoo 25c Sjafoam lOo Sliixior Texas ended in the total defeatof Hoods army and the...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 14 September 1898

me First Strike I nooks amid rural sights and September 5 may not have been sounds on Dr 0 O Snklers tin day sot aside by the laborers furra near ICyserlke Ulbtcr coun of FJminohs time nnd there may not have been organized trade unions in those days 1150 15 0 but Pliaraoh found the work in his Temple of Thebes effectually delayed by a strike and as serious a situation to face as ever a New England manufacturer had to confront The temple that was to astound the world and stand as a monu ment to Egypts greatest king was under way Its graceful out lines were well defined oven its gorgeous interior decorations were begun the alabaster wall Inlaid with jewels representing the fairest lowers on the banks of the Nile were nearing perfec tion The masons whose magic hands were erecting this archi tectural wonder received little cash but large supplies of food the lirst of every mouth These supplies were to last them a whole month Hut even thirty three centuries ago things went wiong in the c...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 14 September 1898

JV Ji d IS If 3 A WOMANS HEROISM I rrom the RigUlti Oazetttei Hutkford lit During tbe civil vnr ncmrly as much hero Jem wuBfhown by the women of our nation as by tbe btavo VoUUers Many a woman weeping for her dead Bon bound up tho wounds of hla BUuTeiln coimade rejoicing pv in their irMiXiP 7 stre ngth > J < ovenwuilo ij xi vr > v > = v forrowin g J frfa wnwwwT for tho one WhO WftB T gone At that time was lnid the found ation for tho world On the Ttattlffleld famed or franlzaton Unown ns the Womans Hollef Corps whope old to the soldier of todav lighting apninst tho world for a living U no less notablo than tho heroism of the onrly 6iTs One of the most earnest members of tho corps nt Byron 111 ts Mis James llouse weart but illness once i ut a tton to her active work A year or to ogo wnen she was uparing QXty yearn of age tbe time when women tnuht be ma < tentful of their strength Mrs IJoiiRcwoart wn t taken seri ously 111 The fninlly phvldan told her that she had leehe...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 14 September 1898

FH6 + GHZSTTE hi il < n crv Woilnosduv bv I HAITRMACI1ER SIBSI ItlPTlON l ATKS leal postpaid Si 100 i t > 11 il at tin ShllieiTexnsJLost i i a i toml class miittci 8IIIHERTEX WED SEPT 14 1898 Tiif Fouith Texas stays in the First Cnvahy goes out and IRiinnNUi is not poverty say rather it is the thoiny road to wealth How Joe Bailly piedicts demo cratic success in this years con gressional elections in Texas Flouh has diopped 10c per bar rel iojo has declined 1c pel pound and all hog pioducts are cheaper The big cimp at Chhkamauga has almost disappeaied Only five leg nvnts lemiin of tho largo army lately encamped thero BrAusniT tayB there is an en comaging oulook for all lines of business and Dun says the volume of business is tho largest evei known claims one of tho strongest and ablest pleas ever made in the inteiest of good government Lieut Thomas H Wheeler a son pf General Joo Wheeler was drowned while bathing in tho surf at Camp Wikoff His body was found on the beach next mo...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 14 September 1898

< tu Aa f > it mt Vfl oix DiurCToity Mayor Treasurer Secretary Robt L E3ohonburg Lotus Wugoner Ed J Mair MDERMUN Louis Wugwr Ed P Woltors J II Haebner Ed J Merretn C B Welhuusen Tho City Council meets on the first Monday in overy month MEW TIME TABLE In Effect Thursday May 26 1898 lOCKUARl munch Train No 45 ai rives lroin Look hart at 1230 p in Triia No 40 arrives from Yoa kum at 315 p in waco branch Train No 41 arrives fioin Waco at h37 p m Train No 42 arrives from Yoa kum nt 221 p m LOCAL NEWS Rev Ail heart will preach at the B iptist church Mondiy night Go to G E Ruhrnanns for your fruit cans Just received a nico line of Neck Weai C H Flato New goods and new prices at C Mueckes A fine lino of Clothing Hats Caps etc at C II Flatos Tho GAzrTTE a paper for tho people only 100 per year Cropmachcr gesucht 711 20 bis 25 acker F G WAUNKtN Mrs J E Mai tin went to Sweet Home last Saturday on a bhort visit to lolatives Mrs G E Ruhmann was absent in Schulenburg last week on a visit to...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 14 September 1898

THE GAZETTE rubllshcd Every Thursday by J C IIaheiimaciiiiii Editor and Pub SUllSCIUlTION EATKSi On j Year P33tpalil 1 00 rrtercd at the Shiner Texas pcatofflce asstcoul class mail matter Young ladies wild ait ctiiAous to linve their portraits published should not despair There are other warriors to come home who an willing to be hissed Colonel Ifoofiovelts neck is said to linve attained such rugged pro portions from his campaign at Santiago as to make it practical ly impossible for him to wear a machine collar This is why the New Yorkers want lilm for gov ernor Ionglhcil Jermnni It is interesting to recall the extraordinary longevity of the three founders of the German em pire William 1 was ninetyone Jloltke was also ninetyone and Bismarck was eightytin ce Hut indeed all the most illustrious Germans of the latter half of the century have been long lived Ranke was ninetyone Curtius was seventytwo Momnikcn is eightyone The poet fleibel waa seventy Wagner was seventy Liszt seventyfive...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 14 September 1898

iJ K Trcly Car and Locomotive Col lide on a Bridge eOlTECN PERSON5 ARE DEAD Ufli Children Burntd to Death In Mtlcii naa County Iificcn Thousand Der vishes Slaughtered Collided on n Ilrldsc An qppitlling disaster occurred on Labor day atCohoos N Y A trolley car with thirtyfivopasson gers was struck by tho night boat apodal of tho Delaware and Hud son railway crossing at tho west end bridgo which connects that city with Lansiugblirg and its load of human freight was hurled into tho river Eighteen aro doad and sevoral others were badly in jured Tho car was returning from a Lab orday picnic at a park near Troy It canio over tho bridgojladcn with a merry party of pooplo fresh from tho enjoy ment of tho day The crossing whero tho accident occurred is on a grade Four tracksrrif ttho Del aware and Hudson road which runs north and south at this point cross tho tracks on tho trolley road The motor car was struck in thocotiter by tho engine of the train which was going at a high rate of speed ...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 14 September 1898

rt rj CATTLE SALES W A Magnum of Uvalde to Woodlcy McCommon 7000 cowb fur delivery next spring no calves for 09 counted at 123 per head Albert Kenedy to D V Kirk patrick of Sm Saba 300 yearling steers nt if 15 Nicholas Duun to Vineyard it Walker of Eagle Lake > 00 heid twos and threes at 22 1 > It Austin to Vineyard Walk er 210 head fours and lives at 30 J W Tiuiberlako to Vineyard Walker 500 head threes and fours prices not known but supposed to ho around 2750 H 13 Woodley to Burt and Iiaumgartner of Schu lonburg 3000 calves at 12 Mb ampbell Hubbard of Hobron ville to miliary Olaro of Beeville 500 yearling steers at 1250 Texas Stock Farm Journal The cattle exports from the lTuited States aro now amounting t i about 1000 head a day Wheth i r the cessation of the Spanish war will materially increase the export 1 jsiness to Europe is doubtful but i iere ought 10 be soon a very con uderablo tride withCuba and one 1I1it will take a class of cattle not ji od enough for the European...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 21 September 1898

II > DEALER IN > sr 33xy T ur Qroceries aaassEEaBk AT THE GHEHP t i mo 0 j OAI fcTES Manager PALACE I P STUERKE Proprietor Fine wines CIGARS uors COOLFRESH DEER ALWAYS ON TAP J H OTEBlSrER Prop HEADQUARTERS FOR Fine Wines Liquors CIGARS NEXT TO WO EKS BROS 3 OPS afflBiai DRUGS STATIONERY Perfumes Toilet Articles and a full stock of Patent Medicines Prescriptions a Specialty Beer SHINER TEXAS jA Complete fLine of Drugs and Patent Medicines 1 Always in Stoclj School Books and Stationery PRICES VERY LOW SHINER TBXKS A O KOKPIt E P oj Good Wovk and Polite Attestfoa HOT AND COLD BATHS IN CONNECTION Hair outting 25o Shaving 16o Shampoo 25o Seafoam JOo Shinsr Tsxas TO THF VOiERS jOTriE TENTH 1 CONORESSIONAjl DISTRICT T Translated froni iho Svobode published at LaGreoge Teias by A Haidusek is Representatives fin congress ire the only nationavfoflicors that are elected by a direct vote of the people Every JtWo years the voters of every state in the union elect their representatives who...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 21 September 1898

THE GAZETTE Published ttvery Thursday by J C UAnmuiACKEit KiUtor and Tub SU153CRIPTION HAVES Oa Year p tpjiJ f 1 00 Entered at the Bfcincr Tesas ptctoifict ts second clan mall matter One of the new battle ships will be called the Mulne remember that Don Carlos seems to be taking a good deal of time to thiuk it over m It looks now as if Colonel Paty du Clam bad been caught be tween bases Ilolland is making a greater fuss over one queen than the aver age American makes over three or four A Now York paper says Kino New Haven girls want to marry a Yale college dude Well it might serve him right The war iu Cuba has developed a pretty big bill but General Shatter knows one big 15111 which it reduced about sixty pounds lnudo says the war is not over Will he magnanimously admit that a good beginning has been ninde by the Americans A local contemporarys head line Dealers iu Itubber Meat furnishes n little food for thought even if the proof reader hnmdonc his work well It is said that Boss Cr...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 21 September 1898

lb B S Private McScott Writes About the San Marcos Affair MAKES A SERIOUS STATEMENT 7SenMer Gray Has Detn Chosen as the Firth Mcniwer of the Peace Commis sion and Accepted San Marcos Affair Texas soldiors at Camp Wiltoff say that tho half has not boon told James McScott of company D Third Toxas infantry 1ms written an articlo rolativo to tho alloged cruel trcatmont he claims companies D and M of tho fight ing Thifd received on board tho San Marcos In substauco his story is that on Aug 22 undor command of Capti Abnor II Merrill of battery B first artil lery they left Key West on tho San Marcos for Montauk Point Thero woro besides tho 200 Tox nns battories A and B 200 men and about 400 inclusive of the engineer corps hospital corps and sick and wounded from Santiago Says tho writer Wo were eursod and abused at Key West barracks but when wo boarded tho cattlo ship rooking with tilth and slime our sufforing was in creased tenfold The supply of rations loaded at Key West was insutliciont...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
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