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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 30 November 1893

V -f S.M. GHRNES hnd BRO NORTH 6ND RHILROHD HMENUEl shiner Texns. ZJgHdmflPrircjSjH staple and fancy groceries. These gentlemen are prepared to fit you out in first-class style in the line of family groceries toilet articles and glassware They also deal in all kinds of country produce. Best of atten tion paid to customers; free delivery to all parts of the city Give them a call and look over their large stock of fresh French O. Smith tOXTLTOlSr. IT'S LOCAL NEWS. Agent for all NEWSPAPERS MAGAZINES etc. Papers a specialty. State Hand in your monov and save postage and exchange. Office at the Post office. Joseph Onclrej 5 headquarters ron AND GROCERIES. Lunrli at all Hours. Shiner :: :: '' Prosit Oity Eeor always on Tap. :: :: Texas. NEM M ILLINERY OTORE. I liave opened up a Millinery Shop in Shiner adjoining P. A. Carnes & Bros.' store and will bo glad to sie all who need anything in my line which consists of HATS TlRXMiMING-S. RIBBONS I feel confident that I can give perfect sati...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 30 November 1893

w mw nr 5ece- 4rcH' ldtIi UiQsss i&m&K Is-'wii 4 - Trie PRICE OP.ife om ThlEf"a ifj;8- 5AF-ETY. J FWM. .3 pother. Meanwhile Fruder.v threw her nyes around the room In search of one wlio had not vet bidden het wel- eomo llo had withdrawn from hi seal by the lircfdde und was standing near thp door with hU faco averted so that his features could be discerned only by the flickering shadow of tha profile upon the wall. Hut I'rudenco called to hitn In a cheerful and kindly tone: "Come Robert" paid she "won't you shake hands with your old friend?" Robert held back for a moment but affection struggled powerfully and overcame his pride and resentment. llo riihhed toward l'rudojee tctzed her hand and pressed it to his bosom. "There there Robert" sId she. smiling sadly as she withdrew her hand "you must notgive me too warm u welcome." And now having exchanged greet- ings with each member of the family I'rudeucc again seated herself in the chulrat John Ingletlcld's right hand. She whs n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 30 November 1893

"German Svpud" EVANS IN BEAU. LIFE. JudguJ n Him. of the Superior Court Walker count) Georgia thinVs enough of Gerra-in S rup to send us voluntarily a strong letter endorsing it When men of rank and education thus use and recom- mend an artK.lt what they say is worth the attention of the public It Is abo c su spicion ' I ln e used your German bj run hesajs for n Coughs and Coldsontho 1 hro-it and Lungs I can recommend it for them as a firsf class medicine." TaVe no substitute o IharlvH fleadA Faihou UitmnnUarlan DUcnversil In lall Vciy few people may bo awaro that tho relobiatcil noe1 "It's Neei too 1 ato to Mend " uus founded on tiio cruelties muctlccil in (he Ulrmiiifclinni I nglamj Jail in tho urUa3 bctocn to uiucs of tho sumo jtars 1H12 nnd IS J Indeed tho tilbo all thcli frknds unlto to see fail onunai o. uio cualttcioi 01 i.ani nlu 1 1 duclUt. am slilmnMl and A lullo sf lUrbarllm Duellnrr is now niett generally ree op nized at a rollo of barbarism but perhaps its most satisfac...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 30 November 1893

try. LOCHLS. Our Aleuts. Tlio Gazette's agents arc as follows: Gonzales Gaston DeBcrry. Stonewall S. S. Cole Ilochhcim P. 0. Cox. Moulton T. F. Jackson. Dilworth J. H. Bramham. At large M. K. Polk. Wienerwurst at the meat mar- ket. A pouring rain all day Satur- day. California fruits at Mcrsebcr- ger's. Merscberger pays cash for pecans. Dr. Nave has a fine residence for rent. Kudy Flato returned to Waco Sunday. Iiisraark Saloon for 0. D. H. S. cigars. Dr Scharnberg went to Yoa- kum Tuesday. C. L. Williams has received a carload of cement. Dr. Sehieremann has a positive cure for tape worm. Miss Emma Schnefer returned from Gonzales Friday. Red seal cigars and fine tobac- cos at the City bakery. "My Favorite" cigars on sale at the Favorite Saloon AVanted 10000 bushels of corn at A. G. Waugemaun's. Go to Flato & Green for cheap barbed wire and lumber. See that fancy Christmas toy counter at Merseberger's. Go to Wolters Bros for Hamil- ton Brown's boots and shoes. Sample copies of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 7 December 1893

V VOL. 1. SHINER LAVAOA COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING DEO 7. 1893. NO. 23 A. G. Wangs-emann. Dry Goods Clothing Boots Shoes Hats and Caps Groceries HARDWARE WOOD and WILLOWWARE and ;e Auknt pou NEW HOME SEWINC MACHINE WALTER A. WOOD MOWING MACHINES and RAKES JOHN DEERE PLOWS CULTIVATORS and STALK CUTTERS and BAN- NER PLANTERS. Also Avery StalkCutters and Louisville Cotton and Corn Plantor. I All kinds of Country produco bought at high- est market prices. Cash Paid for cotton Seed. jfSJT-Seo that Featherbonol M LUMBER Long Leaf Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumber X 1 7E aro receiving daily cir loads of LUMBER and our stock is being constantly replenished. Wo will not Iw undorsold by any lumber Arm in the country. Wo have SHINGLES SASHES DOORS BLINDS BUILDER'S HARDWARE and the genuine GMDDEN BARBED WIRE and FIRE-PROOF BRICK. Wo also deal in Live Stock; our j ard is just below tho Aransas Pass depot. Our clork and book keeper G. W. Eschenburg Bpeaks both German and Bohemian and is too Hell ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 7 December 1893

m INTERSTATE COMMERCE Necessary Legislation Recommended by the National Railway Commission. IHE COMMISSION ASKS FOR MORE POWER They Want tha Right to Preicrlbo the Minimum at Alio tha Max mum Ratfi-Congrest ii ntw Ready for Builneii W amunOios. Deo t The follow- ing Is a synopsis of tho seventh an- nual loport or tho interstate com- merce commission ttention is cull- ed to tho peculiar oil to of lommoa carriers an I the dependence of cvety occupation upon their facilities tho right of every person to receive juht and equal tieattncnt in nil that per- tains to publli transportation and tho paramount purpose of i ogulatlng enact incuts to socure to tho people the actual enjoyment of this light lliero must bo a common public rate prima facie just and reasonable which measures tho lawful charges or tho carrier I ho enactment of tho long- and short haul cluusb was deemed .1 public necessity I lie commission recommends add tlonat legislation on the following- subjects 1 With rcpect to pio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 7 December 1893

-f " T - n r A PALESTINE HORROR. 0. B. Sawyers Shools Ills IV.Is Twicj Then Kills Himself Dying Instantly. . "PRAY FOR ME AND MY POOR HUSBAND." Sawftn Said that He Could Ho Longer Stand the DiiQrace Awaiting Him In Hli frnanc at Relation l'.M.ttSTiNi: Tc.v Dec. t. Yester- day morning between 1 and 2 o'clock ono of tho most horrible tragedies that over occurred In this section took place at tho residence of 0.11.'' .sawyers. Mr. bnwyors shut hts wife twice one ball taking offect In the left breast uboe tbs nipplo and rang- ing downwatd toward tho hip. Sho lies at hor residence In a precarious condition with very little hopo of re- covery. Immediately after tho net h placed tho smoking pistol to his own head and fired two shots each taking effect and result- liir in intttnnt death. A neigh- bor Mr. V. M. Lucy run across tho street and ascertaining the trouble hastily summoned Dr. Jamo- .son and some neighbors. Mi". Saw- er&' wounds were dressed and tho llow of blood stopped. Mr. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 7 December 1893

-yi TH6 GnZGTTE. ffl ' A in II' I'I'III.ISIIKD IIVKllV THURSDAY BY C. V WAHI). bUDSClill'TION KATES! Ono Year Postpaid $1.00 Entered at the Shiner Texas Post Office as second class matter. SHINER TEX. THU DEO 7th '03. We call special attention to tlio advertisement of Charles K. Ilolchak which appears in this is- huo of the Gazktiik. Mr. Ilolchak lias made a movo in tho right di- rection and is the result of what we have already said about buying away from home. Oar fellow townsmen have made numerous orderB with salesmen from Houston San Antonio Galveston and other places when they would if they had only thought have made- the eatno orders with their home mer- chants and kept their money at home. Mr. Ilolchak has decided to mako a specialty of tailor-made clothing ami will blipply every ono in Shiner and vicinity. Ho makes the following statement about the matter: "For tho very s.tine or lead money I will furnish the miiiio goods and will guarantee just as good.if not a better fit t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 7 December 1893

I J m NORTH SND RHILROKD H1ZENUEP GHRNES hnd BRO .. .-. .4. .. .$. .4. co ej&mc SHINER TGX7SS. These gentlemen are prepared to fit you out in first-class style in the line of family Groceries toiiet articles and glassware They also deal in all kinds of country produce. Best of atten tioii paid to customers; free delivery to all parts of the city Give them a call and look over tiieir large stock of fresh staple and fancy groceries. fa. Oo Smith reiic Agent for all NEWSPAPERS MAGAZINES Papers a specialty. Slnto Hand in your monDV and savo postage and exohange. OMce nt the Post office. (Continued from 1st page) Joseph Ondrej? unADQUAnTniia ron AND GROCERIES. Lunch at all Hours. Siiinei: :: :: :: Fresh City Doer always on Tap. :: :i Texas. NEM ILLINERY OTORE. A. I liavo opened up a Millinery Shop in Shiner adjoining S. Cirncs & Bros.' store and ".ill bo glad to see all who need anything in my line which con6iis of I feel confident that I can givo perfect satisfaction. NANNIE NOL...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 7 December 1893

. iff :n i .' ii 1IEK HUKUKN. Tirmy hcort wbb hoi Mid rent If m Anfl my Ufn vm dill of imp And tho nnrdrn laid minn mi "icnHHlfcrealrr than I coulil Imm r " IfcUr acquaintance had not begun in tji usual way Theie hud been ho Jortflul lutimluittou: iu fact they hud cti r ptiftonally met et to Con ttnuit rultlifuVs In in l thoie was no limi in her life thai hi? hntl not rug-md ith It 1 11 y All time befoie that jTfrnt vcut had faded into the dim shuttuwy past and paled btfotc Iho ITlonom sunshine of the blissful leal- iir Only a few hhoit month but to th ilrt.'iny fuiKlfui glil It was an i-umlty an oternltv filled wlthaper- Irvt ltht "th light that never shorn en hu d or se.i " "And ho Is coming to inel ' she muni d ino bulmy spring day in her oft Not tli n let tor bfgncd by a ! woman's name which simply broke I her heart Tlio (otter Raid that ITai old Uurgoyue had other ties; that there was ono In the gioat Not thorn metropolis to whomhovvasbetiothcd and to whom lie was ho devoted th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 7 December 1893

KNOWLEDGE Brines comfort and Improvement nnd tends to person il enjojment when jauyvuscu ine many uno jive uei- Pthati otliers and oniuv lifo more with Lss expenditure bv more promptly fndapt.ng the- world's best products lo the needs of physical being will attest tho value to health of tho pure liquid laxativo principles cmbiaced in the remedy Syrup of rigs. Its excellence is due to its presenting In tho form most acceptable and pleas- ant to tho taste the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of n perfect lax- atUe; effectually cleansing the system dispelling colds headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation It has given satisfaction to million and met with tho approval of tho medical profession because it acts on the Kid- neys Liver and Bowels without weik- ening them and It Is perfect!) free fiom cery objectionable BubsUnce. Syrup of Tip Is for salo by all drug- gists in 50c and $1 bottles but It is man- ufactured by tho California Tig Syrup Co onl whoso name i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 7 December 1893

mmrmrsmt "iinu MwiiwiiJWiu''i'wwwMiMwMMMiMMnHwMWwWMwaMiWMw V if I don't want you to buy any more clothing away from home. You won't have to send to Houston Galveston or any other place for your clothing from this on. Come to me and I will take your measure and furnish you with clothing at the same money and will warrant a better fit than You can get from anY other place. 1 will maKe a specialtY of this from Now on. Gome and see me is all 1 asx. Charles K Holchak" LOCHLS. Our Agents. Tho Gazette's agents are as follows: Gonzales Gaston Dolierry. Stonewall S. S. Colo. Hochhelm P. C. Cox. Moulton T. F. Jackson. . Dilworth J. II. Bramham. Nickel J. K. Quebedcaux At large II. K. Polk. Wienerwurst at tho meat mar- ket. California fruits at Merseber-ger'e. Merseberger pays cash for pecans. Bismark Saloon for 0. D. II. S. cigars. C. L. Williams lias received a carload of cement. Dr. Schiersmann has a positive euro lor tape worm. Red seal cigars and fino tobao cos at the City bakery. "My Fav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 14 December 1893

ft cnScrsn HWCiH Hn'-jwn IHSrffEl BES-TV. UBTEUS W lBt!i.K?tHl L'Uz.a.iHM'wv passes. Ui-xaszsH M M Jj 6$ m K B u&ate&mB&BA &53 cJaabs!? r A Brs.no PBerTB !MjBLwMnaMit 8PLT!-ffl3TSn "X'tt-Li na VOL. 1. SHINER LAVAOA COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING DEO. 14 1893. NO. 24 A. G. Wangemann nrtt.rn tv... Dry Goods Clothing Boots Shoes Hats and Gaps Groceries HARDWARE WOOD and WILLOVWARE and '.. 03 "BtaraPO "lH 9 "Bl o M 1 LUMBER! Long Leaf Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumber 1 1 7E arc receiving duly car loads of LUMBER and our stock ia being constantly replenished. JaBST -flPH9 3CC' Aciknt Kin NEW HOME SEWIKO MACHINE. WALTER A WOOD MOWING MACHINES and RAKES JOHN DEERE PLOWS CULTIVATORS asp STALK GUTTERS and BAN- NER PLANTERS. Alio An cry Stlk Cutters and Louisillo Cotton and Corn Planter. All kinds of Country produce bought at high- est market prices. Cash Paid for cotton Seed. S8T"See thit Tcxtherbonol Ca L. Williams1 Lumber Yarc Headquarters For long- leaf pine cypress well curb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 14 December 1893

Tlll'M; VI.rTK.'PRESlbENT'S MESSAGE.I C vV. WARD Editcr nc) PublisiV. Chilian Chinese Haytlan Mexican and Other Foreign Relations Reviewed. sue "s -i ncmiMiriN hii s I 11 pl-tplU I BRIEF CISCiJSStOf OF FINANCIAL AFFAIRS. Luleied l the Shim i ttm eiuel i lash mutter I ex PonlolIl i ns Tht Silver Qbtctton No Full; Solved Cleveland Ttuelj Teuehei Uo the Nivi tnlarlor and Other Department!. CONTROLLrO if rni the: law. Kxfci-tive Mansion I Dec i lan ) I Message to the Onpress of tho United '"'tatesi rhs constiuitlinal dut) whleh requires tbe President from tlmi to tl mo to irlve tr tho con tress Inform itt Ion of the stats ot the Union and recommend to their consideration such Ho hi 1 oggtr Mllhmit ( mrUii(P. I ho did man pulled it) hit lino 1 measmes ns he shall Judge necessary and luuilnil nn thn minimi tiiiul on hla expedient la Httingly entered upon by com named up tile alienor nxh cm nit m(jnQlnB to Conc.resi a careful exarnlna liuild-i l.lld hold of tho uillH stnitod Honor the deta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 14 December 1893

) 2 ! u PL i ro I' oiiirGCi8 it men an Increase or9iiorcr the I uuiakr oil tlio roll! on June A 18JJ ur these there were seventeen wldoirs and daughters of revolutionary soldiers the sur ' VlVOlfl Of the ! Of 1312 MJ. WldOWS of soldlei of that war 21 515 survivors ond widow ofthe Mexican war (survivors and widows or the lndlun wars 2-tl oriny nunes a 111HT1 fi(" survivors and widows and dilldreii of deeaused soldiers and mi Mors of tho war of the rebellion lbe latter number U'pnseutJ ttiod pensioned on n tuiiut ot disabilities deaihreaultlntf from arinv mid navy nuvl es Thcuiumber of penjonsiomalnlniron the tolls Juuu Jl 1S01 wi.o wore lensluuvd under the ftUuf JuneW lew) whleh allows pension on aci Dime of deatli And dlaab ement not chargeable to army eenlee was 4 9 Pi.. 'ihii number added to tl o iclts durlni the veai was Iyfl3 and the number dropped was 3JB90 lhe flrtt payment!) on penMnns s.lloweddur Inethevear amounted to f M TIM M9 vi fhis lucludis arrears or the Accumulation ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 14 December 1893

lW St TK6V1 1 i' V v I'i nriPiiKn GHZ6TTE. 11Y THURSDAY I1Y VAUD. On Sl'll"! IlII'TION Voir lWpiitl $1.00 J literal at the Sliver Vras Post OJti c as s rout class matter. tniSIS TEX. THU DEO. 14th '93. H. J. KOPECKY. A Striking Example cf what Energy and In- dustry can Accomplish. A. J. Kopecky was bom in Aus- tria in 1810 nnd camo to America in 1873. Whilo crosing tlio ocean Ms veesal was wrecked and every dollar ho had in tho w orld wan kwhI- lowid tup in the ocean. In the midst of a hurricane tho vessel was driven on the rocks and but for n lagging vessel coming to tho aid of passengers and crow all on board would have been lost. The ship that picked them up was bound for (alveston and there lato in the lall Mr. Kopecky landed penniless . nd started out to seek his fortune. During the months of November and December 1S73 he worked on .i farm near Sweet Home this ounty and received in payment therefor a mare. In 1874 ho rais- d a crop on tho hahes and with ihe proceeds bought a tr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 14 December 1893

jacwgf ' te A a. o NORTH 9ND RKILROKD KiZENUEP semuSj0 a GHRNES hnd BRO shiner Texns. These gentlemen are prepared to fit yon out in first-class style in the line of family Groceries toilet articles and glassware They also deal in all kinds of country produce. Best of atten tion paid to customers; free delivery to all parts of the city Give them a call and look over their large stock of fresh staple and fancy groceries. I (Continued from 1st page.) to spend th holidays with hta pa- tents. if Prof. Rudolh Zollinger of Oak Grove was In town Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burke of Oklahoma came down Saturday on a visit to Mrs. Burke's parent9Col. hnd Mrs. I. II. Anderson. Matrimonial Advertisement. The following ''left overs" from tbo fall trade will bo dis poeed of on tbo most reasonable terms; A clever school teacher. A popular young druggist. A good looking porter. A stalwurt drayman. A handsome clerk. Ladies desiring to make a good in- vestment are Invited to call on or address durin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 14 December 1893

MOST DAV-G ROBBERY. The Plar.o. Collin CoA Bank Is Dynamited 2nd Robbed oy experts. THEY GET AWAY WITH $19442.30 CASH. II It bt-tifvtd Hire tters Six el tha Robtin. but ttt It No Clue A Shooting at a Danes 1 DeKilb (Jowls Count;. Plan.-. 1i Dec. 11. Saturday mornlnp H'tw u 1 and J o'clock the Daltou canj. i.i mio othiu" gang I'ftme unci w tit. and tho Piano na- tional tuink mourns the toss of $19- 4 j III' of ts (rood and lawful money. The llrsl intimation of tho robbery nas whtr Hookkenper Wallace Hugh- ston nrci Cftshlt r T. C. .Jasper arrived about 7 a m fiv the purpose of t'p( tin.fr " ftr the day 'a bihinMH. Um wer t rprlcd to lind tlu' .o)i ( f thf uult opi'ii the f robma'mn broken oti and VW tin Hoor An inspec tion i t Ui inside of tho wiult ovca. (J ihr fu t that tho safe had (h-'-h I c'ii ti pt''t-n5 with dynamite. A pii c 1 the fu-u eighteen inches long viia cap on tho end was found un the flru.r Papers and tnonoy wcro M-atttTMi poll tni'll all ovor the lloor if ihr - ault...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 14 December 1893

THK MODERN MOTUI II Has found that her little ones ore improved more by the lensant laxative Syrup of Figs wjieu Jo need of the laxatlvo effect of a gcntlo remedy than by any other (in I that it Is more accoptablo to them thil dren enjo it nn t it toneflta them Die true remedy 8rnp of 1 Ira is manufac- tured by the California I Ig Bj run Co only Talk as von please about rabid dogs every boy want n dog PAINLESS DENTISTRY. "German 99 My iiiccc Ineliuc Hawlcy was taken with spitting blood and she became ery mil 'i alarmed filflnug tb.at dreaded dis- isc Consumption. She. tried ucarl all kinds of medi- cinelntt nothins did her any goo Finally she took German S rup and the told me it did her more good than anjthiug she ever tried It stopped the blood gave her strength and ease and a good appetite I had it from her own lips Mis. Mar A. Stacey Trumbu1! Conn Honor to Gei man Sj rup. a ? Al W&W0 "w -it aWE jjttjii.i. -w n i rrr nni y. UHr PI tur mcvt MnrwiNi NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS Jly ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 14 December 1893

3 If - :ochls. ft-lr Afrents. Tlio OVftinn's agen ullowsi " aaents aro JOllOWS Gonzales Gaston DeBcrry stonewall s. s. Cole. Hoclibclm P. C. Cox. Moulton T. F. Jackson. Dilworth 1. II. Dramhain. Nickel J. E. Quebcdeaux At large M. It. I'olk. Wienerwurst at the meat mar- ket. California fruits at Merseber- gcr's. Mcrsebergcr pays cash for pecans. Bismark Saloon for 0. D. II. S. cigars. C. L. 'Williams has received a carload of cement. Dr. Schiersmann has a positive cure lor tapo worm. Red seal cigars and fine tobac cos at tbo City bakery. "My Favorite" cigars on tale nt llio favorite Saloon. Wanted 10000 bushels of corn at A. G. Wangemann's. See that fancy ChristmaB toy counter at Mcrseberger's. Go to Wolters Bros for Hamil- ton Brown's boots and shoes. If you want to sell your corn for cash go to Flato & Green. Barbecued meat on band every day at the City butcher shop. Instead of renting buy a houso and lot from Jno. M. Krueger. Apples pecans and best afe- sortment of candies at...

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