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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 22 February 1899

A CITY mitLGTOKY Mayor Rgbt L Eeclicnburg Treasurer Louis Wagener Secretary 1d J Malr 4 Loui Wagener Ed F WoltcVs fj J II Hucbner Kd J Merreni i C B Wclhuisen V Tlio City Council meets on1 the I fift Monday In every month NEW TIA1E TABLE In EHcct Thursday May a6 1898 lOCKItMIT illtANCIt Train N < vt3 arrives from Look liart at 1230 fs m > < Traill No Ki arrives from Yoa kum at Ui lC p m WACO lIKANCIt Train No11 arrives from Waco at 117 p in Train N o 12 arrives from Yoa kum at 22l p m A P A At The regular meetings of the A F A M will beheld ut their lodge mom the first Saturdiy night after IIIj full moon in each month Visiting brethren are invited ta attend Sam F Nave W M 1 Tajikk Secy LOCAL NEWS 1 Ed J Miiir went lo Hallets villo last Friday on business HELP WANTED A girl to do housework Apply at this ollice Farmers report that the freeze has failed to kill the boll weevil Get one of the genuine Standard Cultivators at Wolters Bros Mrs A F Palmie of Cuero i in tho cay visi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 22 February 1899

THE G ZBTTJEv Published Every Thursday by J C Uabeimacheh Editor and Pub SUBSCRIPTION HATE9 One Year postpaid 1 00 Entered at the Shiner Teias pcitofflce as Becond class mall matter ICE FOR THE HOT MAN The Conductor Knew How to Handle the llud Man I was on a car In Texas a few1 nights ago tother Bide of San Anto- nio said a New Orleans business man to a New Orleans TimesDemocrat re- porter when a typical frontier tough got on board He was a little chap but powerfully built and about half drunk As soon as he came In he drew a revolver that looked as big as a stovepipe and bawled out Im the hottest man this side of El Paso I can lick any galoot on the train There were some ladles at the far end of the car and a goodlooking man who was with them half rose as If to put a stop to the disturbance He re- considered the enterprise hoWeyer l and sent for the conductor Instead Meanwhile the wandering eyes of the stranger lit on the headrests of the chairs which wero round padded disks about a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 22 February 1899

u ff Death of Col Ennis Col Cornelius Jinnis ono of Houstons oldest and best known oitizcns passed away at that city in tho 86th year of his ago Col Ennis was a nativo of Now Jer- sey Ho landed at Galveston in 183 and proceeded to Houston whero ho formod a copartnership with G W Kimball in tho gener- al merchandise business Ho also bought considerable cqtton Col Ennis was on o of tho incorporat- ors of tho Houston and Toxas Central Uailway company and tho Great Northern before it was merged into tho International Tho city ofEnnis was named aftor him During tho civil war Col Ennis roniained in Texas im- porting supplies and oxporting cotton Ho also visited Havana during that period Whilo there ho sent Copt Jack Mooro to Now York to purchase tho Jcannotte an honclnd steamer paying 40 000 in gold She was loaded witty 1200 English Enfield rifles ton tons of gunpowder3000000 per- cussion caps a largo lot of shoes blankets etc and prosonted to tho Confederacy Ho was mayor of Houston in 18...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 22 February 1899

O0E EXOEANlUS All III uitti iiiu < i turning tlitn ih tlu > intirl luitiB liioUSun < ll UUIMtl < Ulk Our phimlwi > hud tlmii lifted lull lllln HLlk lliu uil liuuil of lllil Ulld till UMUll luir Jiv wnding utit littlu cuds filling lipilll tllli ILci > llllt til sIlOlV < iiui it iny why liw imputy Vl if fliniild lint be l iTil Thu ihiitd ciimpned ill I 11 IIoihi tni Ottn Roinbitg and O T i t tliiLi men tint11 well pu tul on pnipeit i valikS it inii v be of mUiet tn niir fiiinurx to Unott that t it legilatnii i trjingto a si t iliiin in rNiitiniirittng llie boll xiftil An ipprnpiiatiiin nf i5000 In lueu made l > l the employing of ii < i it In inp ti ite the mutter a d funii di n leinedv llit ieult in u mil Im Nvlint w iksirod but tbo I041 1 doing all that U can li tn di > liallbtuvillu Kciild ii Sliii flSiul tin iv nld under ex OMtinn nut uf dn > tiit court tbo Iui4iuc < i < pinpeitj ot Ilulwer Iiio ii Vnikum lioni uhioli rJOOU ftns n < iliid ...

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

VOL 6 Gents Watches from 2 50 to 25 Ladies 400 to 30 Clocks 100 to 18 Solid Gold Rings 75 to 20 WATCHES JEWELRY AND SEWING MACHINES RE- PAIRED AND GUARANTEED Dont mvdor Jowclry or Silverware in Now York or Chicago when You can get it just as cheap in Shiner Aug Grave DRUGGIST AND STATIONER A Completo Lino of Drugs and Patent Medicines Always in Stock juk i4 chopI B j andSSt joneryp v PRICES VERY LOW SHINER TGXKS CHAS K HOLCHAK Is still in business at the OLD STAND and will con- tinue to sell Goods at ROCK BOTTOM PRICES for CASH If You Want BARGAINS in GROCERIES and DRY GOODS Dont Pail to Call on Him L Shiner Texas Choice Family Groceries PREE and PROMPT V DELIVERY Leave Your Orders Prices to suit the Times CASH STORE- S A Oarnes Mgr Please Take Notice 2CBIC3 B1 C3C243CSC3CS DIDG3CJ 3tC3C3Jl3flEC3CillS5 The Best Reading for the Family Wo have made arrangements hereby we can offer TEXAS FARM and RANCH AND The Shiner Gazette Both Papers for One Year for 125 Texas Farm and Ranch is tho ...

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

1 I Thore Is lots of work to be done In this quiet old Quaker City for a socie- ty for the Buppiesslon of unnecessary molse I1 = < mMH J Every couch makes fj your throat more raw and irritable Every cough congests the lining membrane of your lungs Cease tearing your throat and lungs in this way Put the parts at rest and give them a chance to heal You will need some help to do this and you will find it in From the first dose the quiet and rest begin the tickling In the throat ceases the spasm weak- ens the cough disap- pears Do not wait for pneumonia and con- sumption but cut short your cold without delay Dr Ayers Cherry Pec- toral Plaster should be over the lungs of every per- son troubled with a cough Write to the Doctor Uiusual opnortunltlM ftnd longex pcriinc rolD ntlr qualify o for fflrlnft you medic aorle Writs freely all the particular In your out Tell ui what jour experience hai been with our Cherry Pectoral You will receive a prompt reply without COIL Addreu DB J O ATEU L...

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

s Are td Wear silk Gowrn The rumored possibility that the New York Bar association will pass resolutions at its next meeting rec- ommending that nil members of tho bar wear silk gowns In court IS an outgrowth of tho recent appearance of the judges In the court of special session who put silk gowns ou lately WHil Hash of Diamond Miners A wild rush of miners Is reported at Nullagine Australia where diamonds have been discovered and It Is feared that many will lose their lives In the struggle In this country the rush for gain is causing men to break down In health Nervousness and general de- bility arc the symptoms which Ilostet ters Stomach Bitters will cure The Argpt Statue The statue of Liberty In New York harbor Is no longer the Jirgest statuo In the world ns has been always hith erto supposed One larger still oxlsts in Knmnkoun the ancient capital of Japan It Is a representation of the god Buddha and contain In its center a large temple reached by a stairway rising to a height of ...

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

V i ft 5 p an TH6 GKZ6TTE Pnl ltshctl cvoiv Wednesday oy J 0 IIABKRMACHER sunsoitiiTioN iiatus One Year postpaid > 100 Knterod at the Shiner Texas 1ost oMco us seoomlelass mutter Sliinor Texas Wodneadny March 1 Fhozkn water pipes tiro now bo ill thawed out liy electricity The Hogg fee is Btill a bono of contention in tho state legislature Emieiiou Nicholas of Russia ia mid to bo mm compos mentiscsuiBcd by an incurable disease Tub while mans burden is in- creasing in the Philippines thanks to McKinley Alger Co Tim time for killing quail ex- pires March loth Lovers of this bport should bestir themselves Titcitu havo been thirtyfive deaths at Foit Worth from meniii gitis and tho disease is said to be epidemic Oenehai Riob Cables to Madrid that foreign waishipb were landing troops at Manila but Washington xlenies tho report > v Tub American flag has bejn raisud over another of the Philip- pine islands this time it is Cebu eist of the island of Negros Tiik Filipinos set fire to Man...

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

V A CITY DIUl CTOltV Mayor Uobt L Eschcnburg Treasurer Louis Wagoner Secretary Ed J Mair ALDERMAN Louis Wagoner Ed F WolterB J II Huobner Ed J Merrotn C 1 WclhauBon Tho City Council meets on tho fust Monday in every month NEW TIME TABLE In Effect Thursday May a6 1898 IOUKUAUT IlltANCIt Train No 45 arrives from Lock hart at 1230 p m Train No 40 arrives from Yoa kum ut 315 p m WACO BRANCH Train No 41 arrives from Waco at 137 p m Train No 42 arrives from Yoa kum at 221 p m A FA M The regular meetings of tho A F A M ill be held at their lodgo loom the first Saturday nightafter the full moon in each t month Visiting brethren are invited to attend Sam F Nave W M L Tamke Secy LOCAL MEWS Ge one of the genuino Standard Cultivators at Wolters Bros Tho town was full of drummers last week Drink Orabfelder pure malt whisky atHillmorCos saloon Mra M Ehlingcr went to Wei- mar hint Monday A full supply of BUlTEUICKS PATTERNS kept on Hand at Wol ters Bros Clino Jackson of Moulton was inflow n labt S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 1 March 1899
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 1 March 1899

1 t s Loubet President M Loubot was elected presi dont of tho French republic on tliq 18th by tlo national assombly at Versailles ho rocciving 483 votes Mcline 270 and 50 were scattering Lttlo excitement en- sued during the voting Moline voted for Loubot M Dolourodo shouted Tho president of tho republic ought to be elected by tho people I will not voto herol When M Dumont antiSemite attempted to speak a great com- motion followed mingled with cries of Down with anarchy Emilo Loubet until his elec- tion to presidency was president of tho Fronch senate is a native of Marscno CO years of ago and an attornoy by profession He was elected a niomber of tho as- sembly in 1870 us a Republican Loft and rcolectod In 1885 he Avas elected to tho senate Loubet was minister of public works in the first Tirard ministry which only lasted three months lie re- constructed tho ministry and bo came minitor of tho interior in 1892 Somo demonstrations at the statuo of Joan of Arc wero mado by tho National...

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

V Take Notice Origin of Dixie Latd Dixie was written in tho early tlavs of negro mitiftrelFy One Sat ludny niiiht Daniel Bryant pro- prietor of Uryantn Theater on lower liiouhuiy in New York called to une of 1mm men who happened to l Daniel Decatur Emmet and said ill want n walk round for Mon dm On Sunday it rained all day aid Kmmet who was a Virginian Kept saying to liinuclf I wish I m in Dixie Ho often did ho lepoiit this lino that by nighfDixie Land mis on paper by Monday night it as muly for tho boards and by the end ofthn week every- one in New York was either Bing- ing or whistling it Cotton has advanced several dol- lars bale during tho past few weeks but the prudent farmer and nnwt of them in Texas have learned prudence will not bo encouraged by lle advinco to increase bin acreage It teems robablo that most of them have decided that the provision for the cotton crop this year must wait upon that for abundance of food mpply for the livestock of the farm as well iit > for t...

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

VOL 6 vmffi WILLIAMS Dealer in Real Estate n > SHINERS r H tunnifiiVMii Lumber and Shingles ONC i < if pine and cypress lumber cypress pickets and moulding h sin dooip blinds and builders hardware Mountain Cedar and Inst UJc Prists Ilriek limujiid cement Waukugan and Glidden liirh W re Blink Wire lodio Wire Fence Rubber mixed paints wl ire lead oil viirnihc Ac Studebaker Old Hickory and Tennessee M iins Extra wagon anil buggy tongues midshafts Extra i agon wlieiN Unikx Surriei Phaeton Buggies and Buckbnards Extra bugjiy and hack topj Single and double harness bridles and collars Sliiner Texas WATCHMAKER JEWELER AND OPTICIAN Clocks Watches Rings Bracelet and a fine line of Silver Ware suitable for Wedding presents Gonts Watches from 2 50 to 25 Ladies 400 to 0 Clocks 100 to 18 Solid Gold Rings 75 to 20 WATCHES JEWELRY AND- S K W I N G MACHIN E S H E IAIRED AND GUARANTEED Dont order Jewelry or Silverware in New York or Chicago when you cm got it just as cheap in Shiner uga Grave ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 8 March 1899

History of This Celebrated Com- mand of Which GOV SAYERS IS A COMRADE Something of the Active Part These Men of Valor Totk In the Conflict Be- tween the States Greens Brigade This military organization held Its reunion Inst week ntBronlmm on which occurion Gov Suyors one of its niombers delivered nn addr < 6a The following is of in terest being t history of tho command from its inception Greens brigade one of tho mont gallant aud famous Confed- erate command s in tho trans AlisiKsippi department wasnuis terod into service Aug 20 1801 Gen II II Sibley was tho first brigade commander and Tom Gieeu colonel of first regimont Soon after tho brigade wout into service Col Green was mudo a brigadier gonornl by order of tho war department and commanded tho brigade until ho was proinot < sd t > major general for gallant and conspcuous conduct on tho field Upon his promot on Gen W I Hardeman was placed in command of the brigade in which position lie served until the close of the war T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 8 March 1899

P BLUNDERING Mrs Cramer a wealthy young wid- ow lived In a style of simple elegance In a desirable quarter of the city Her personal attendant Susie Moore was young pretty and coquettish with halt a score of lovers at her heels so that It Is not to be wondered at that he was at times absentminded and giddy Mrs Cramer had gone out calling and Susie was doing two things at once She was reading for the twen- tieth time a declaration of love she had received that morning and dusting a marbletop table that stood In the center of the room An omlnlous rash which followed an unlucky whisk of the duster caused her to drop both the broom and the letter and exclaim My goodness On the carpet lay the fragments of a costly porcelain cup a valued gift of the dear departed Instant dismissal was the least she could expect In case of detection and how could detection be avoided No one el bo had access to the apartment and there wasnt a cat on the premises Dut Suslb was a girl of resources A bright Ide...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 8 March 1899

m ntmi vMir wtMOutmentamtaa i me GKzeTTE L itlUMted oorv Wodnesdav by J 0 IIAEiitMAClIKR HtMSORirrlON hates Cm Youi postpaid 100 Entotod nt tlio hluner Texus iost ollloe na accondvltiss utiittoi Shinor Texas Wednesday Maroa 8 lloi iT < > geta 300000 a a ttmterior the Buflalo Bayou Ship Channel I hat nohlo old Cuban Gentral Mn > ilnn Gomez has at last cap tun d Havana siNT Patricks day this year < omu > on Friday March 17 The tKii will then prcdnminnto nEv hna now attained tho lngliLbt rank in the United States a v He if a full Admiral 1okn stalks uio eooii to be tatil j d lor making p per Thisnill w iinotbor lilt to our faimcts inox mills at Fall Rher and v II Massachusetts have ad TMnrtdA g W i bQ J000qAoP inn large tnalHifactureis of the utth and east are voluntiiiily ad ncing wages a good sign of the h but suro letnrn of prospoiily Titn firm of II O Hoilig Co uinposed of II C and U A Heilig iiiide an assignment hist week at LiGrango Jonathan Lane is the i ignee The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 8 March 1899

I ft 11 f OITY mKiC OKY Mayor Robt L l sohenbijrg Tre ismer Louis Wagener becretary EJ J Mair AIDEUMKN Louis Wagoner Ed P WoltorH J II Hnobner Ed J Menem C B Welhausen Tho City Council meet a on tho fust Monday in every month NEW TIME TABLE In Effort Thursday May 26 1898 101KItAttT nilANCIt Train No 45 arrives lrom Lock Inrt nt 12 iJO p ra Train No56 anivosfrom Yoa kum 15 p m WACO BttANOII Tr n 0 41 arrives lrom Waco at 1 7 p tn from No 42 arrives from Yoa kim nt 221 p m A F A M Tho regular meetings of tho A F fit A M will bo held at their lodge loom tho flint Satutday night utter the full moon in eich month Visiting brethren are invited to Bttend Sam F Nave W M L Tamkc Seey LOCAL NEWS Mr E C Mcrsobuvgor is quite sick and confined to his bed Get one of tho genuine Standard Cnltivatois at Wolters Bros R E WelhaUeen left for the Punitory last Satuiday Diink Grabfelder pure malt Mhisky atHtllmorCos saloon If you are in business do not try to hide it let tho IHbUoJyiojkHj A full supply ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 8 March 1899

THE GAZETTE Published Every Thursday by J C Uabeiimaciieh Editor and Pub BUBSCnilTlON HATES One Year postpaid fl 00 Entered at the Shiner Texas pcitofflce M second elass mall matter TROUBLES OF THE POOR food and Clothes Are Iosslble but lUnt Worries Them If you own tlie roof over your head you dont know what real trouble Is Bald the factory hand to the New York Times man Of course folk have got to eat and theyve got to have clothes to wear but It Isnt the thought of that thats always hang ing over their heads and making them work themselves to death when theyve got work and fret themselves to death when they havent Every now and then we see something In the papers showing how easy It is for a poor widow or worse thpn widow to feed herself and a family of children on 25 cents a day and If the woman has got good judgment and under- stands marketing such stories aro not so far wide of the mark Oatmeal and potatoes are cheap and theres odds and ends of meat and bones that may be had for...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 8 March 1899

T < t ta w wmm f twn write for catalogue to k J TOWER Boston Mais Theres Only One Stand- ard of Quality bad taste in my mouth my tongue is coated my head- aches and I often feel dlizy I have no appetite for breakfast and what food J cat distresses me 1 have a heavy feeling in my stomach I am getting so weak that sometimes 1 tremble and my nerves are all unstrung I am getting pale and thin 4 am as tired in the morning as at night What does your doctor say You are suffering from im- pure blood What Is his remedy 3 You must not have consti pated bowels if you expect the Sarsapsrllla to do its best work But Ayers Pills cure constipa- tion We have a book on Paleness and Weakness which you may have for the asking Vfrlto to our Doctora Perhnps 70U would Ulco to eoninlt cmlneitrhyilctm about jour ooudl tlon Write ui freely all the particulars lnyourcass You will reoelve a prompt reply Adams SB J C AVER Lowell Mast iiiiimiTi 1 a rtaaaaamMaaatB l 10 I Dont be fooled with a mackintosh B or ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 8 March 1899

J wjfiii y HDuD KJ PRISONERS Not an Amqrloan Las Baen Takes By Tho Immrgent3 Washington D C March 3 Tlio following dispatch litis bcun lecoived by Seeiotary of War Algei lMin General Otiri in answer lo Secretary Algers inquiry yottordny inspecting tlio number of prisoners liuld by tin insurgents Miiniln March 15 Tho insurg- ents luo not taken nor do thuy liold u single pilisoimr of war Thoy have tluco bolditia in M lolos picked np in January who without permission went among them near t ivitu and Ciloociiu I am look- ing after them and pioviding inon ly Have ciptuied over li > 00 in urgent soldicis since Fobutary 4 uid hold the majority as piisoners uf war Detrimental lopoits which nioh the United States live unimi iielured mostly in Hong Kong ihe tioopd heto aio in splendid mdition Signed Ons Wc have aaved many doctor bills mice we began using Chamberlains oiigli Uomedy in our home Wo Keep a bottle open all the time and uhoneer any nt our family or my elt begin to catch a cold w...

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