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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 18 January 1899

Si Ik 01TY UIKiCTOUV Mayor Robt L Eschenburg Treasuicr Louis Wngener Secretary Ed J Mair ALDERMEN Louis Wagener Ed F J II Huebner Ed J NEW TIME TABLE Wolters Merrem C B Welhausen The City Council meets on first Monday in every month LOCAL NEWS the ft In Etfect Thursday May a < J 1898 I LOCKHAUT nilANOH Train No 45 arrives from Look liart at 1230 p m Train No 46 arrives from Yoa kum at 315 p m waco h rakch Train No 41 arrives from Waco a 1j37 p m Tnun No 42 arrives from Yoa kum at 221 p ra A F A M The regular meetings of tho A F < fe A M will be held at their lodge room tho first Saturday night after trie full moon in each month Visiting brethren are invited to attend Sam F Nave W M L Tamkc Secy Drink Grabfelder pure malt whisky at HillmcrCos saloon B Corded the popular liveryman of Moulton was in town last Thun day A nice line of Outing for Foil and Winter wear at Platos Mr Andrew Kani of Gonzales county was he te Monday on buBi I A r A fulliSupply < 6fkBUTTERICKS < 1E v...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 18 January 1899

t I THE AZETTEv Published Jpvery Thursday by J C llAUEiutAAnEit Editor and Pub SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year postpaid 100 Entered at tho ghlncr Texas pcitofflce us second class mall matter A KINOS EXECUTION OARMENT V t Worn 1T Clmrlea I When He Wal llleueatled From the London Standard The Isum of 200 gulrieaa bid the other day for tho skycdlored vest worn by King Charles It on the scaffold is not an exorbitant pflce for a relic at once authentic and ghastly Nothing is lacking that might make a good Jacob ites flesh creep Tho stains of blood have been religiously preserved by a succession of royalist owners and It has been pointed out that of the thir- teen buttonholes only twelve had been fastened The top button had been re- moved so that the Illustrious victim might more casjly bare his neck to tho executioner He nothing common did or mean Upon that memorable scene But with his keener eye The axs edge did try Suoh was the testimony of a republican poet and there is no doubt that the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 18 January 1899

jW AT THE STATE CAPITAL Ilnllrond Commission AustinTox From tho advanco sheets of tho railroad commission tho following statistics havo been gleaned Tho track mileago of Texas railways on June 30 1838 9284 increased miloago 181gross earnings up to Juno 30 141102 58714 earnings per milo 1135 operating oxpensos 30293749 average stocks and bonds issued per mile 39295 total passenger train earnings including mail express excess baggago etc 907690809 passenger train earnings per milo of road 957 85 total freight train earnings 3117001194 froight camiogs per milo 329147 Tho period embraced in all thoso totals is from Juno 30 1897 to Juno 30 1898 Charters Filed Austin Tox Tho following chartors havo boon filed N A Matthews Lumboi com pany of YVillb Point capital stock 3000 lnhorporators N A Matthows G S llhodes and It Hendricks The charter of the Acmo Tap Railroad company was approvod by the attorney general and fllod with tho secretary of state This corporation is formod for tho building ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 18 January 1899

ikw l 1 1 Wisei and Othorwise It is alwatas easy for hypocrites to cry It is caBieV to tell a fool by his 1 mgh tlian any other way We notice it is the man with only one child who likos to be wiled papa i Isnt it strange how peoplo can treat joii coldly when they get hot at ou I A man wHo langha at his own joke seldom laughs heaitily at other peoples How lonesorae a quarter must feel when it finds ilsoK in the con- tribution box Its a pretty cold day w lion you toll the baiik examiner Please close the door The man who is being shaved maybe avoiy sharp man but he linds the razdr ha a little edge on him One day llist Rummer a train in Chase county ran over a polecat The windowit were wide open Ev- erybody w s holding his breath Jnat then thpn the brakeman opened the door anfl called Strong City Ojagu Citv Free Press Wo tell only what wo positively know when no bay Dr Sawyeia Vt nica tndWitch Hazel Salvo will iidically cure skin diseases eczema piles scaldsiouts or llesh wounds bold by...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 25 January 1899

i VOL 6 < SBLLNER Clocks Watches Rings Bracelets anil a fine line of Silver Ware suitable for Wedding presents Gents Watches from 2 50 to 25 Ladies 400 to 30 blocks 100 to 18 Solid Gold Rings 75 to 20 WATCHES JEWELRY AND SEWING M A C H IN E S RE IAIRED AND GUARANTEED Dont order Jowclry or Silverware in Nov York or Chicago when < on can get it jiibt as cheap in Shiner The Best Reading 1 AND The Shiner Gazette Both Papers for One Year for 125 Texas Farm and Ranch is the cleanest and best Agricultural Stock and Family ltipor In the Southwest It is printed on Hlper calendered paper in handsomely printed beautifully il- lustrated ably edited and costs only 1 per year of 52 issues each of which is full of delight inspiration and practical value to each member of every family OU NEED the news which we give and YOU NEED the best family aper wInch is the Texas Farm and Ranch Only 125 for both papers for one year AUG GRAVE DRUGGIST AND STATIONER A Complete Lino of Drugs and Patent Medic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 25 January 1899

V SEEDS What does It do It causes the oil glands in the skin to become more active makingthehairsoft and glossy precisely as nature intended It cleanses the scalp from dandruff and thus removes otje of he great causes of baldness It makes a better circu- lation in the scalp and stops the hair from coming out H Prevails arcd il Cures Boldness Ayers Hair Vigor will surely make hair grow on bald heads provided only > there is any life remain ing in the hair bulbs It restores color to gray or white hair It does not do this in a moment as will a hair dye but in a short time the gray color of age gradually disap- pears and the darker color of youth takes its place Would you like a copy 1 of our book on the Hair and Scalp It Is free It 70U do no obtain alt the benefit 7011 expected frani the uie of the Visor the write Doctor about It Addreai OH J C AY Lit 3 II McDoDOUfh latJHttent for Lowell Maia eaa SBeMaie BBHaan maaiaMBanSe EAGLEGIN MACHINERY jhrl Clt Iron Work Knglurt mid Holler Cor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 25 January 1899

o TEXANETTES Mount Pleasant la after an oil mill Smlthvllla la to have a KnlghU of Pythias hall Parties are after a street car fran- chise at Cleburne Wills Point lodge of Odd Fellows gave an entertainment and oyster bup per The colored Methodist church at Cleburne valued at C00 has been burned Four young men of Nacogdoches have gone to Dallas to enlist In the regular army Madam Mlchelly a resident of Bon ham over thirty years a natlvo of Spain died at Donham Burglars have been breaklns Into storey at Alvarado and stealing more or less goods and money Postmaster Monlson has quallfld and taken charge as receiver of the Ennls electric light and Ice plant The BhCrlft of Grajson countyhas announced his Intention to rigidly en- force the Sunday law at Sherman The city council of Gainesville his abolished the salary of the city mar- shal and that official will have to de rend in few The Texas Midlands business is Im proving at Ennis to such an extent that another switch engine has been pu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 25 January 1899

TH6 CHZGTTE Published ovcrv AVedncsday bv J 0 HABKRMACHER suiisoniiTtox uatks Oik Yuiir postpaid tlOo Entered lit the Shiner Texas lost ollkU us 6eeoudoliiH tuuttur Shinerj Tox Wednesday January 26 Ophhatoks of slot machines in OilvcHon hnvo been indicted by the grand jury Tub work of mustering out the Thiid Texas at Fort Clark is vuid td be well underway Tub democrats in congrefs have dcKrmincd tliat tlie Philippines ihall bo placed on the tame fooling a < Cuba PoruiAn opinion was mo strong igtiiit the bink of Spain in Cuba imit the tax collecting privilege at first awarded to it has been with- draw ii Cotton is worth f400 it bale in io now lhan it was December 1st last and tho crop estimates have fooSYredncedf fromsrl2000000 to 1 llOOOOroTbalcsllJ g li70lSllffMlnfibe Pcnnsyls legilatti 3histj Thursday cntillll votesVfor Quay and 85 for Jcnks only 14 votes short of elect- ing Quay A few moro vigorous hIi ikes of that plum tree and Quay will land all right Too Long Delayed The Pr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 25 January 1899

iL OITV III IHMt iT Mayor Unlit L Eschcnbui Trcisurer Louis Wogcm becretury lid J Mai AMMiKMIN Louis Wagoner Ed F Woltoi J H Hncbner Kd J Merrot C I Wclhauscn The City Council meets on tl diet Monday in ovury niontli NEW TIME TABLE In Effect Thursday May a6 18 IOCKUUIT 11KANCII Train No 45 arrives from Lo < bait at 1230 p m Train No 46 arrives from Y < kum at 315 p m WACO BttAKCir TrainNo 41 artives from Wn ol 117 p m Train No 42 arrives fiotn V kuin ut 221 p ni A P A M The regular meetings of the A A A M will be held ut ttifir lo < Worn tho first Saturday night al the full moon in each mmi Visiting brethren aro invited nttend Sam P Navk W M L Tamki Seey LOCAL NEWS Mr L M Kokortiot was in town lai > t Saturday Drink Grahfeldcr pure malt vhisky it Ilillmcr < fcCos saloon Tho Into riiut > will prove highly bdttoliciil to oittleman A full cupplv of BUTTBUICKS PAT TERNS kept on hand at Wol tersltios Mr S Siettlcr went to LaGrange last Monday on business kl > cr V Si...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 25 January 1899

THE GAZETTE Published Every Thursday by J C llAiiERMACiiER Editor and Pub SUBSCRIPTION HATES One Year postpaid 1 00 Entered at the Shiner Texas pcitofflce as second cUbs mall matter NEW WAY OF EAnNINQ FEES Doctors Forbidding Jtrnewal of Ire acrlptloaa Without Order From the New York Sun Only a short time uso several physicians prominent In a special branch of prac- tice met to decide In what Way thoy could best bring to the attention of a colleague a question that Interested them greatly This physician was al- most the best known In his specialty In the city but his charges In view of his reputation have always been so moderate that his associates felt the need of protesting Hut It was decided not to protest and the physi- cian received only an Intimation that his fees sometimes astonished his brothers In the profession One physi- cian In town has recently Introduced a practice which Is said to b Increas- ing In popularity with the profession and It Is likely that the custom will bo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 25 January 1899

A N GOV SAVER Oot Sayors in hla Inaugural address eaidMy My fellowellizens He who under- takes the chief magistracy of this great commonwealth will have no easy task before him and without the earnest And hearty cooperation of his fellow cltlzens he can not reasonably antici- pate a satisfactory and successful ad- ministration of the public affairs Therefore at the very threshold of du- ties imposed upon me > y the oath which 1 have Just taken I invoke the guidance of Almighty God and the aid of all my countrymen to enable me to so discharge every obligation as to best promote the prosperity of the state and the happiness of the people On an occasion like the present It will not bo deemed oat of place 1 take it i to devote a few momenta to th e con- sideration of tie purpose of govern- ment and Its methoU of administration Although the subject hi oldand indeed familiar Its importance makes it al- ways worthy a reference before any au- dience It will be conceded by all that a Just...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 25 January 1899

In uiiMki l ss he publication l > y the Halletsvillo Herild lust week of a joem entitled Before tho Gate written by Frank L tanton iheSontha favorite poet biiggests a similar poem written Mine wentvlho years ago by John Hny Secretary of State and originally p iblished in Harpeis Weekly jis the poem is well worthy of ropro lucllnn we give it entire 0090C J S g t5 aa A sentinel angel pitting high in glory Heard this shrill wail ring out from Purgatory Hino meicy mighty angel hear my story loved and blind with pa sionato love I fell Love brought mo down to death and death to hell Kor God is just and death for sin is welt I do not rage againhis high decree Noi for myselt do ask that gvaco shall be Itut for my line on euith who mourns lor me Jreat Spirit 1 Let me see ray love again Ald comfort him one hour and I were fain fo pay u thousand jears of fire and pain Then said the pitying angel Nay repent That wild ow I Look the dialfingers bent Don n to tho last hour of thy punishm tit li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 1 February 1899

I 1 VOL 6 Y 1 SHINER WATCHMAKER JEWELER AND OPTICIAN Clocks Watches Rings Bracelets and a fine line of Silver Ware suitable for Wedding presents GentB Watches from 2 50 to 125 Ladies 100 to 30 Clocks 100 to 18 Solid Gold Rings 75 to 120 WATCHES JEWELRY AND- S E W IN G MACIIIN E S R IS PAIRED AXiO OUAUANTEED Dont order Jewelry or Silverware in Now York or Chicago when yon can get it jiiBt no cheap in Shiner II I S3 The Best Reading i have made arninRements w herebw reaSr AND The Shiner Gazette Both Papers for One Year for 125 Texas Farm and Ranch is the cleanest and best Agricultural Stock and Family Paper in tho Southwest It is printed on iuper calendered paper is handsomely printed beautifully il- lustrated ably edited and costs only 1 per year of 52 issues each of which in full of delight inspiration and practical value to each member of every family OU NRED the news which we give and YQU NEED the beot family aper which is the Texas Farm and Ranch Only 1125 for both papers for one...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 1 February 1899

J u GAVELS PRESENTED To the Lieutenant Governor and- s Speaker of the House BY DAUGHTERS Of THE REPUBLIC What a Representative In the Leglsature lias to Hay of the Management of the Confederate Home Acceptance of Jnicls Thofollowing worotho apccclios delivered by Liottt Gov IJrown ug ill Speaker Shorrill in re- ceiving tlio gavels presented by he Daughters of the Kopublic of Teas Lieut Gov Drowning said Daughters of tlio Kepublio of Toxin Senators and Kopre onta tivos It lias been truthfully said that the Republic of Texas was hotn mid tho clash of anus and rocked in tho cradlo of war When that littlo band of patn ots promulgated th < declaration of independence of Texas and estab- lished a provisional government for the direction of its govern- mental nffaiis tho Kepublio of Texas became a political entity but it had noithor credit nionoy nor other means with which to organize equip and maintain an army for its defense However it was then as now a country of limitless resources ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 1 February 1899

PASTURE AND FARM L M Kokunot Is feeding 250 head ot cattle near Shiner rnd that the farmers will lose thou- sands of dollars Six families of farmers traveling In wagons passed through Denlson on their way to the ndlan Territory Active preparations are already be- ing made for the fifteenth annual fair of Gillespie county at Trederlcksburg Eleven carloads ot cattlo were ship- ped to Kansas City from Gainesville six by one firm and five by another D E Sims of San Angelo sold to Fa yette Tankersley fifteen Herefords and seven Durham bulls 2 years old at 40 Gardeners In the Pecos valley are tivlng some attention to the raising of that highly esteemed vegetable as- paragus The Dublin oil mills of Dublin Tex marketed steers at the East St Louis 111 stock yards averaging 1023 pounds at 405 From late advices It Is learned the recent rains have ruined cotton In the tolls In the fields of Navarro county The substantial sum received for n pear orchard at Hitchcock shows the Interest taken In r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 1 February 1899

A THe + GKZ6TTE ruill Jit d evorv Wednesday bv j c hahkrmacher BUiittcutPTtoN nArK One Year iJostpaid Sluo Kutored Ht the Shiner Texas lost olllco assepondolass mutter Bhinet Tex S Wednesday February 1 Aojoacimo ii > still in Washington firing in his protests to the tittttc department K well nntl continuously ndver tited article it alvtays a good one and a well nnd continuously adver Used firm sure to be reliable OiiaVwev DkpkW tile great orator and riilroid president has beon elected senator of New York Chaun cm cin now turn himself loosj and tvlfc nil be wants to Nun if the fanners will not lose oh beads on account of the spurt cotton > > nd will adhere to their 1 olution In reduco acreage prices in bo steadily advanced to tho paying point Galveston Tribune Foil the first lime since Juno1st last 5 nuddlingcotton jhiijjteiiched > mtx coutsTfflHoustoTTjiyAIQnl vestpp VSaSJS R vl ° He n eaagM > tSr 2 hWIU7notinieMiiithoyear 8 > would cotton soil as low as 1 o cents ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 1 February 1899

fJ U criY nm oTouv Mayor Robt L Eschenburg Treasurer Jouis VnRier Secretary l Ed JMair AIDEK tN Louis Wagener Ed F Woltor J II Hucbner Ed J Morrem C B Wclhauseii TUo Cily Council meets on tho fuel Monday in every month NEW TIME TABLE n EHert Thursday May a6 1808 IOCKIlAUr BRANCH Train No 15 arrives from Lock hart at 1230 p 111 Train No Id arrives from Yoa kum at 315 p m WACO BRANCH Train No 11 arrives from Waco at 137 p tn Train No 42 arrives from Yoa kum nt 221 p m JiioTCoril < uottndj A F A M The regular meetings of tlio A F A M ill be held at their lodge iMin the first Saturday night after the full moon in each month Visiting brethren are invited to uttctut Sam F Navk V M > L Tamkk Secy LOCAL NEWS Dtink Grahfeldor pure mall whisky at Hillmer Cos saloon Uncle Nat Williams h d an at- tack of the Grip last week Denuisons line tissno paper all colors to bu had at C Amslers Dont forget the mask ball at the opera bouse Saturday night Fell ruary 4th A full upply of BUT PAT iEUNS k...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 1 February 1899

THBT GAZETTE Published Every Thursday by J C UABcrtMACiiliiR Editor nnd Pub BUBSC11IPTI0N BATES One Year postpaid 1 00 Entered at the Sblner Texas pestoffice its second class mall matter ONE GLASS OF WINE Many Think It Chaneetl Course of Foil ties In Thlf Country It Is eald that a slnglo glass of wine probably wrecked the Democratic par- ty In 18C0 The story Is worth tell- ing says the Atlanta Constitution After the breaking up of the national Democratic convention at Charleston the party In Georgia held a stato con- vention Great excitement prevailed Tho leaders of the pnrty could not agree It was a critical period Tho majority report Indorsed tho so ceders or bolters at Charleston while the minority report opposed their ac- tion The leading champion of the minority was Herschel V Johnson and his followers were confident that his eloquence and logic would carry the day It Is quite likely that such would have been the case but for an unfor- tunate mishap ExGov Johnson be- gan his sp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 1 February 1899

Want We are sure you do not Nobody wants it But It comes to many thousands every year Itcomes to those who have had coughs and colds until the throat Is raw and the lining membranes of the lungs are Inflamed Stop your cough when It first appears and you remove the great danger o future trouble pectoral stops coughs of all kinds It does so because it is a sooth ingandhealingremedy of great power Thismakesitthegreat est preventive to consumption Put one of Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plasters over your lungs A whofo MadlamI Library Fro For four cents In it am pi topnyriost age we will send you sixteen medical booki Modcat Advfco Fr o- We have the exclusive terrlces of some of tlte most eminent physicians lathe United States Unusual oppor- tunities and long experience emi nently fit them for giving you medical ndvloe Write freeW all the partlc I ulan In your case You will receive a J prompt replr without cost Address J C DR ATER Lowell Maes TarnT SEEDS SalMri Serfs araJTamnUd to ttUw i rby b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 1 February 1899

fi > n M Just For Fun is o ot HI < iluiiK New ft lilt WAY OK WEIGHING My way is dark mill lonely hummed tbo pocor us ho finished t ing up 11 package of sugar 1urhips your way may lie > nuly rcmaikcd the customer ml I guess its light enough ltKimiri i Soflleigh I was aw Heading nip othih day about a twibe in hviea that eats vrniHltd inonke vs lonelier Know lleatly dwcadful I mchur think Mies Cutting Miss Cutting Yes but why jlmlild j on care you are not think ng ol going thtie aro you Ilin KXlFIllOV 10 11 IB ltl llulstead Queer thing hap iliikI oer on llie west side ltbl uglil Walmsh What was it UuWtead lA young man play fully Hiiappud an unloaded pistol at IiIm sucotbeirt nnd Walubh And tho funeral takis plnio tonionow of course Ilnlsteid No Mints where the iiuor part come in Tliu weapon lulul to go oil iM nuns UMM In < > ur town tlieic dwells a man Wlin thinks betiijuitc a hero Ami the icaon ottit is beoauto When the nieicury drop9 to zero IJf willlngU devotes Uls ti...

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