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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 27 December 1894

(Continued I ram 1ft i a ' 1 The trial at tins term took eight days. Immediately up 'H 1 e nu'iltal Sheriff LocVm arrowd Kurkettona can.iU horn I.avnc.i county, charging lnm "ill' 'he Miller robbery. Bond wa imme diately ghen in th"-iim of $11)00, and the defendant and his wife and Uo children hive letumod homo ire has been in jail heie ever tinco bla anest, July -7. 1811.1. Over 200 Mitnucs wcro in attendance upon thotii.il. A gic.it deal of intact was contend in the tiial. . "THE COUNTRY SCHOOL." Tho "Country School" Friday nignt Has a grand seco. Tho attendance was estimated at 2.0. The school house was crowded fo there Has hardly standing room. .Mr. Fluery. as School Master, rceived many hi 'li compliments. His part wus u dillicult one, but ho parried out tho character of a Country .School Master to perfect ion. The entire play was des- ciibed by the Hpoctators as being "just splendid." As the (Iazettk prophesied lat week, the Texas Combination Shows, when they found how matters...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 27 December 1894

The Gazette. rublUlind I-Tnry Thursday 1 j C. W. WARD, Editor and Publisher, SUDSCRItTION HATES. One Year, postpaid 1 01 entered at tho hbinor, Tex , Postofflco el i id- laM matt fir. ALL OVER THE STATE. Intereitlnx Culllntrs on arloai Subjcfts Tnken from the Ilillj I'rcii. Tho breweries at Houston aro con tlderably aunoyed over tho persistent ItwaMoni of tho ico worm which Is playing- sad havoc with tho artificial ico manufactured by thesq establish ments i'hoso peculiar Irfsocts which mako tholr appearanceIn tho early lirlug and fall como la parties of sev ctavtiiOvisands and tako up tholr abode irt tw iw utuvs, wnei o thoy apply thomsolvos to"eatlng or picking flhiough tho laigo cakes of made Ico, weighing over JO0 pounds A cakol l bo toduced thlrtj pounds In loss th in twent-four hours and through tht, ihiond Hko walls made by those Insects make a cako eo brittle as to uv$ matorially decicisu Its lasting qualities Ncai Oakwoods.Lcon county recent ly L T iluddon, whllo ginning, l...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 27 December 1894

-" f I nrx V w ' 1 I 1 s inlaws ? in a w i I j t " j " nr . i i eyt nil in ior 1 1 1 liW rial lolii rmtr IZ.W n nil I. Inn I nil. I fy VWltb, ULUIUtlta 3 mm nin onnro m W HUH ULU ailHEd iCKLYASH.POKFfloar CATftRRH, KifliiRlA, AND POTASSIIM aFes IViavelous lures Blood Poison naumaiism and Scrofula unrldpl I in 111 fid tutlllvllD tllO Wtlll (lilt (llblllt tit VlM-9 stiuniuli lOTviukeriLt nLnei, oxjpm fllHOnnui (tll k thopitteit lioiiUl nnl pit oa whoro Miki en nio my fiulim ant liUtULnua llfrt proynlle t bpo nil ry nnl torlliry II V I I'll I ,i pi sin nt J nltln (Mtiuneil liko 1 IoIcIiqs pin pl"s old rt ronlo nlcirs toltor bo 11 lul boll. crrBiiPiii rcronifi wc tnnr n y wlttin it fmrt t i itrnlf Ll n Hint I 1 1 Mt1atet 1 1 1 p irlHcr 1 1 tl i vr rlt u 1 n his i oitivo si uoujr oi a per tci t cures Lnillon whoaoryate-is nro l lunced J nmlnl nnn tilnml In In nn ImnU'o Con 1 ' tlon dan to menstrual Irrtcularltle. i ro i oeulfir henotuo 1 bj tl o noo i i - 3AN Bi-NOPiriD Mo Wf iitn isos -...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 27 December 1894

I' f - JLlrJ rnf -4- ' (0 ?' . i wisp y.ei jmi a HAPPY NEW YEAR G. 1. JMEGGLI THE CITY GROCER. Sfc PASS SAL00N :OXjK,3NTEjD OUT! And ask for all Patronage o c c - c o Tluil cin In- ki'ii. Wo have moved in our new building nnd claim to bin o tliu heH Whiskejs and cigars in tho city. Try and bo con- imiil. This is no i-cheme. as tbo following brands of whiskey sneak 1i tlicmiclics! Old Forester, .1. II. Cutler, Crystal Springs live and old Saratoga. Tbo following brands of Cigars also .peak for them H'lvi'": Da Co-til. San 1'edro and Hot Tamales. We are solo agent for Old Foicstcr and J. II. Cutler Whiskey and Da Costa, San Pedro and Hot 'famulus Cigars and if tbero is a similar of tlioso brands sold else m bore, look out. as it is a fraud. Call at tbo Aransas Pass Saloon and j on will find tho genuine of all tbo abo,ve brands. 9325 BALES KECE1VED. How cotton Ins sold for the week ending December lUiu TlmiMUy rjFnd ly ilmd.iy "Miwd vy Tuesday 'iWcUn-scluy ',Vt, 4 5-8 4 5-8 r4 5-8 4 5-...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 17 January 1895

MvmnwMH IXjolZ JGj J- J- JCJ VOL. 2. SHINER, LAVAOA COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, JAN. 17 1895. NO 30 A. G. Wangemann. Drv Goods, C othing, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Groceries, Jl RDWARE, WOOD axd WILI.OWWARE, and 9H 19 .1Uwr. - lJU3S2o Uoknt K.u NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE, WALTER A. WOOD MOWIVG MACHINES and RAKES, JOHN DEKKK I'IaJWS, Ot'LTIVATOItS and STALK CUTTERS and DAN KER PLANTERS. Agent for New Home Sewing Machines. Also Averv Stalk Cutters and T am!.,,.!!!. rnMnn tnrl Pnrn 'j JjTIUiatltIO VWIWH WI. Planter. All kinds of Country ' produce bought at high est market prices. Cash kfaid tor cotton Seed. jgS?See that Fentherbonal ;nT3--.;w!.SMv--gArM.T!ai-id??;MgMLg...;r533m iS'Spf' (SwV!tL.J,! THE 1JELAXXESEZ.&. flhtosgree; X-j-u.ro.lDe3? Desblears. lumber, shingles, sash, blinds, doors, brick, wind mills, etc. Genuine Gliddcn. Barbed Wire. Agents For MONITOR WIND M.SXL !. Is WIIalslA 9 Dealer in Lung Leaf Pine, Rough itnd Drt'Hed Cyprees Liiinbcr and Jungles, sash door', ...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 17 January 1895

AS HARD AS NAILS. ATJD EVERYONE CALLED CRAB APPLEBY., lot lie Had (111 Soft Spot and What It Wai no One ICver Knew Until After IIU Deatht When the Woman In tho Caie Told Abont It. Thoy were talking of him in Myra'i bar, with Iho perfect frankness that; obtains only behind one's back. IIarrd as nails,"" tho Irishmnn had said finishing up the remark inside a tumbler tho rocoptaclo of many such observations. "Appleby," ropeatcd tho Irishman, omorglnj; refreshed. "Appleby don't toll mo hnrrd as nails." "I was not telling you," answer-id Sam Crozlor, lato of her mnjosty'e navy,? at present a barltono Blngor who names his own prico. "I wat raorely observing, for tho benefit of humanity at largo, that Appleby may havo his soft spot.1' "Well, an' if ho has, Samuel, mo bhoy, it's so deep Insldo him that itV of no use. What's tho good of a crab being soft inside when ho turns and nlpi yo by tho tooP Crab-Apploby that's what ho ought to bo called tho cross-grained son of a vinegar bottlo.11 At...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 17 January 1895

Patriotic J up. Among tho reasons for tho almosi uninterrupted succoss of Japan II prosecuting tho present war with China Is the spirit of generosity and sacrifice axhlbtcd by thu people Voluntary conttibutlons amounting to almost $16,000,OUD have boen re celved by tho government. The Bank of tho Nobility, which has given $1,000,000 outright, has also placed $15,000,000, Interest froo. m tho disposal of tho authorities Tho noblemen and wealthy morchantu hae been most patriotic, and a num ber of them have contributed moie than S10u,0)Q oaoh. l'ublia spirit In China with roferenco to tho unfortun ate conlllct prosents a melancholy contrast. filiot at Kan'oni At tho battle of Solforlno, accord ilnir to M. C'assendl's carefully de- ducert calculations, a comparison of the number of shot Hrrd ou the Aus trian side with the number of killed and wounded on tho part of tho ene my shows that 700 bullets wero ex pended for every man wounded and 4200 for each man klllod. Tho aver- ago weight o...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 17 January 1895

BUYOURjP0 WHMflKE BoQroSSp8&S HOES FOR SALE BY v CH3S. K. HORCHffiK, WEAE DIAMOND SHOES And you will wear Diamonds. A Comploto lino of Dress Goods, Trimmings, Clothing, Hats, Cups, and Groceries'. Full lino of Indies' Hats, lliglieat price paid for Cotton and Country produce, CHARLES K. HOLOHAK. THS GHZ6TTE. I'l'DMSIIFD IJVKilY TIIL'IISDAY BY (J. W, WAlItl, sunscuii'TioN iiatis: One Year, Pot;iaid 11.00 Entered at the Shiver Jcas, Post Office cs second cLus matter SHINER, TEX. THU JAH, 17th '95 ONE KII.I.i;i), OSK JJADI.Y 1IUICT. Two I'lijslcluiiHiifWi'lmnr Kn K.iKU In n ItatulDuel. Weimar. Teas, Jan. 10. About 1 o'clock this ccning fix pi'tol shot's wcio heard in quick eucces (ion on the south side of the dopot, near the potofliee, hn it was scon that Dr. J. E. Grace had been al most instantly hilled- by Dr. Eu gene Pi tth.ist,and Potth.ist danger "iisly if nut, fatally noundel by Grace. The primary causa of tho shoot- fin,- " v, ivi, md giuj It seems iii.it they had had iiisli...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 17 January 1895

r tMMnM (Continued from 1st page.) If you want tutiuy uelicnii pair ofulmnH (;o to AW Hhii-lclis, Fino lino of Fancy Candies at A. Y. Hinrichs. Sootok White Oats at A. W. Hinrichs. PVjl Wool Goods are going nt cost nt A. W. Ilinriclis. Tn.v a pocket knife at A. W. Iliti-"i-ichs, ' Go to Henry Krauso for cheap rlntking. Brooks Crystal Soap good as Sa-polio but much cheaper at A. V. Ilinriclis. Misa Ima Jacksonjhas returned, to school at Hallattsvllle. Oranges and apples at A W Hin-ilchs. If you want to patch your cotton sacks or make new ones buy your lowells at A. V, Ilinriclis. Some of the young society men wero out serenading Saturday night. Coma again. ), V As I tai eel to show un in vour In tho Historical and Uiogrophl cal Record of the Cattlo Industry and Cattlemen of Texas appears tho following fine sketch of L. M. Kokernot. our well known cattle King. I;. I. KOKERNOT. I. M. Kokcrnot was horn in Now Orleans in 1837 and c.uno to Texas with his parents when six months old. He at...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 17 January 1895

N The Gazette. x 'M PitblUhM Krorj Tlmtidj bj C. W. WARD, Editor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year, postpaid 1 04 entered at tho Shiner, Tex., PoBtofSce id-clai matter ALL OVER THE STATE. Tntereitlnp Culling on Varloai Subject Taken from the Dally Ireas. Tho scarcity of money in the stat treasury Is a source of no little con tern to the members of tho Twenty fourth legislature, and already schemes to avoid tho shaving of per diem warrants are being suggested. Dno is that the direct tax fund bo borrowed for tho purpose of defraying the expenses of the session. Another plan contemplates tho pasaago of a resolution giving members warrants tho right of way and first whack ut tho rovenuo that may come In. Mrs, Mattle Undying, a whlto wo man of fine appearance, was to-kon in chargo by ho polico of Tort Worth tho Other night, hating been found at a, house where It is stated she was placed some days bofoto by a negro porter who runs on tho 1 ort Worth and lllo Urande road. "Sho Is ...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 17 January 1895

1 7 ' ' ,'WA BLOTCHES N. ka frit fW 0 1 0 IS H a Vj B AfiO old songs AND POTASSIUM KIDNEY TROUBLES tees Marvelous Cures in BSoocl Poison Rljsomaiism and Scrofula and DYSPEPSIA miMMuanimni Aro entirely removed by P.!.?1. Prlct'y Aeh. rclto Hoot mil Potno tlum, tho ureotcsc blood purlutr on (jurtU. .ncitnnr, a. Jnlr51.n31. ttmiii VimiMluPniK.. Pnviintlic. Qi.t )xAWBira-l bciuniit aliottlooj our k P P. ut Hot Pprliip8lArte.,Qnil t: kin uniiomo (QoroKomnttn iurQ raoiiib t?iatmentat llm Hot t3i?iUSJ. a p puriio 1 10 blood buUrts ri) n in uikI ctnlllHuted, r1ms -i U n r u t oncl ticivos, oiit'lH tir rtivii ' kiwi mirnt uouiiit mm dii iu ii Kin-ri, Krm iiijr nrt li Iti Jt fliit -otM1oiI i tLr Rnhd Mima bnttlflfl U. O. L. B"w-tn.iiira.feTOT0Si Aberdeen, urenvu County, O. ' I'll To oW wftfn t ntrv f oncirnt I horo p teclfv to t!iO wonderful pttPtla J p. i l'. f&p trumionaot tho ok In. I loffored lor port1 fill Jt imtflthno on- . J", nil i (lni 11 di.lli (111 lll-o n t 1 I oliruiilc Ulrtr...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 17 January 1895

u GROCERIES! GROCERIES! CROCKERY. i! f . 1 li 5 Irpoduce. ' CUTLERY !l I r1 L THE CITY GROCER. " "rPl-l 1IIIIVH1II IMIMIIIUM1 B.AJR.GI-.A.rN'S CLOTHING AT jas. UTJ uzckp's von fldays OA "only 1 Fox'Ostsli $20 00 suits $15.00 $1G.00 suits $14.00 $12.00 suits $10.00 $10.00 suits $8.00 $8.00 suits $G.OO $0.00 suits $4.50 (Srjers. Qucce. 10121 BALES RECEIVED. lion cotton lias sold for the week ending January 10th: Thursday H-8 Friday , 4 .1 8 Saturday 4 3-8 Monday "1 3-8 Tuesday , 4!-8 Wednesday 4 3-8 PAID SUBSCRIPTIONS. The roll of honor for tho week Ernest Wnngcuian Fritz Gehrels Mrs J K Mcrseberger Thcadoje. Schuman Sam Johnson, LOCAL. All kinds of fancy candies nt Merocburger's. New Apples received nt Merse bcrger's every week. All cotton Roods sold at cotton prices at Woltera Bros. I will sell good cord wood at $3.50 per cord. Chas Pfeil. Kid Gloves, yatcliing caps and dress trimmings of all kinds at Miss Nolan's. Pocket knives, Pipes, Mirrors and a good many other tilings very che...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 31 January 1895

1 ' kj u BXLl JJJJL JfJZiLiO J12J JL JL JUJb I I - f I VOL. 2. SHINEB, LAYAOA C0U1TTY, TEXAS, THUESD AY MORNING, JAN. 31 1895. KO 3k! . v . j t v;w,' -bi..ifl nHifCT.u-' .LViuaDfw wu w 4vsi xst-" ui vx&vj5t'xvtx&w'ca'ziienzn" sn f I y j&jiih; m.gww?r; rSESES - 1 ?!,'. ib ft J" Dealer m Long Leaf Pins, Rough uuri Dieed CvpruHa Luu.bor and hlngles, sash doors, blinds, moulding 'BwvokeN balusters nnd nil builders' haidware, brick, cement, Aermoter and Air King wind mills piping, pumps, cylindcis and all plumber' goods, hoou ami hose fitting, genuine Glidden and Waukegan barbed wire and wired picket fenco horse high, pig tight, bull strong and do,; cheap', MounUln codar posts, rawed oak posts, Sludcbaker wagons, hacks and, brgjies, hnrne.i, bug gy shafts nnd poles. Are you going to paint? If you are it will pay .you to consider whit I h ivo to say ab jut paints. The long hot season makes ours ono of tho hardest and most trying climates. Pure whito lead soon chalks off and ch...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 31 January 1895

FAltil AND GA11DEN. MATTERS OF INTEREST TO AGRICULTURISTS. homo Up to Date lllntn About Cultiva tion of tlio Soil Hml ltlil Tlirrnf Horticulture, T, It knit lira unci lorl-culture. llllnnia Horticultural Contention. The Illinois fetatc Horticultural so ciety hold its thirty-ninth annual meet ing at Dixon, recently. 1 ho attendance was large, and the sessions were of more than ordinary Interest The committee on the revision of the fruit list for southern Illinois reported home changes In commenting they bald ,that for a commercial orchuul they nctded hut a few varieties, and Buchas will jleld a btipply through a long season (I. W. Toster of Uloomington lead a paper on gooseberries and currants Among other things he said "Our common garden eunants alloriglnated from Klbcs Ilubrum, the native ud currant of northern llurope, a species ofwhlcli is also found in the &v amps of northern New Ilngland, and west to Wisconsin In Us native Btato it is al ways found led or blaelt.andthe whit...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 31 January 1895

J Q, Ab- it Doctor. About 1 1 per coat o tho entire number ot medical giaduulos drop out of the profession within a few years Some few never pructico, other s are tempted by hotter Induce ments Into othei (loUa of work, so mo arc driven to suicldo on account of failure, othi rs succumb to contagious diseases, still moio lose their health on account of ox osuro to Inclomcnt weather and accident, 01 on account of mental nnxictv. Anions theso we must include those who become In sane 01 who contract the alcohol, toe itno or morphine habit orse than all else, a few uio drlvon into quackery Anj ono may make amis take In tho cholcn of life work and It is no discredit to abandon practice Tlhcic am plontv of hunorublo em plojtncnts foi unsuccessful physl tiuris there are schools to te ich men handNo to sell drills to (lis pcn-o nows to (father at in) rate tlieru is toil to shovel and wood to siw It doubtless scorns a pit to sacrifice the investment of thieooi font ycais' lmtd a oik in tho st...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 31 January 1895

rv DVfflMAKE V EMYiUIR , ' ' ..41 -!V.' . . ?M .BJ . ' &- u -41 ! . j v.: ,- C - ffWL CZ-iriS. li'o HOLOHSK, SHEVBH, tjbzs:. WEAK UIASiONZJ) SHOES And you will wear Diamonds. A C mipleto lino of Drosi Goods, Trimmings, Clothing, Hats, Caps, nnd Groceries. Full line ol ladies' lints. Highest price paid for Cotton and Conntiy produce. CHARLES K. HOLOHAK. TH6 GHZ6TTE. Published isvi iiv tiiuiisday by c. w. v. uu. r st'BscmriioN iuTr3 Ono Yi.u, Postpaid fl.00 Entcicd at the Shiver 7cai, Post OJia as second class matter! SniNIE, ITEX. THU., JAH. 31st '05 i.vMak.xiKirr, min. BISMARCK. Bismarck predicts that ho will die before the close of tho ) ear, and the probabilities are that his pro phecy w ill prove true. Ho h.is liravod tho storms cf moro than three-quarters of a century like eoniogiiuid old oaTc,but at last the proud spirit h broken, utterly crushed, iueniediibly undone. Disappointed ambition, royal in gratitude, thecurscB of his enemies, the plots, of rival politicians and th...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 31 January 1895

RMmmwrn (, Continued from 1st page.) I wo.ieain uiai anomerpost-onicu inns beon granted tlio Inst, but Mrs. iKalo Stewart tho would-bo Post Misticss tins refused to accept tho Jpesition. So it is open to unyeno that wibhcuto take it. No further neve I will close. X.X. l I JOTTH AST ADMITTED TO BAII. Wciuirr, Teias, Jinnary 26. Ab was reported yesterday in Tho Post tho examining trial of Dr. Eugene Potthaet for the killing of Dr. (jrtxce was adjourned until 7 o'clock p.m. Promptly at tint hour all parties were present and tho trial proceeded until about 11. SO, when court was adjourned to 0 a. m. tsday, at which time court ' was called to order and th exam ination continued without interrup- tion excopt for dinner until about 3 p. m., when both the State and i tho defense lestcd and without ar ( jjument awaited tho decision of the magistrate, C. T. Hancock, who af- ler summing up the evidence, fixed the defendants bond $5000, which i V i -.1:1.. , lt fl, fnllnu iniT I. I Wmed" citiie...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 31 January 1895

"-M 'yl 1 b The Gazette. I'nbllilmd J Tory Tliiiriday t7 C. W. WARD, Editor and Publitnef SUDbCRlFTION II VIES One Year, postpaid $ 1 Ot Entered mt tho Shiuer, fox , Fostofflco 1 1 class matter ALL OVER THE STATE. JntereiMnf Cullluc n Vnrlont ulJet TiliMi frum tlin Dally Press. At Herd en IIIU count, recently iwo jounjj rm n of th tt section were nvnld Tut tho huai t untl hand of tho &am joung lad As ulwujs happens Id cases of iliut kind she bestowed her .tfTc ttorn on ono and gave tho other tho m It to n IIo reohtd various and Mintfr -(hemes of tcvcrige and the Hit i ii Mit wnile tho hated tlval was n o ui th (nit one f compart In her par ior lit ,. i i itith th irged tho horso ano buy; o the lhal and ian olT win ihun Jb hotse was left u sr-ort (iiat uilc fium tho house whoro t t it hod h s uwii hoi so to tho bair ti 1 Mho I ist trim that coulu bo (oi ii i (if the 1 ugg was in tho hill" of jr r county Ihu pinsult wus il d oil an 1 tlio successful rhnlcoa- i - himself with tho r...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 31 January 1895

In I PIMPLES, BLOTCHES B AND OLD SORES PRICKLY ASH, pokeroot CATARRH, MALARIA, AND potassium KIDNEY TROUBLES iMes Marvelous Cures in Blood Poison Rheumatism and Scrofula 1' P P imrlflei tlm blood, .mllda up tho went, ntnl dcbllitmed, itlvcft tronatli to wt! ibont'il ncr. fx'iolt ujPLMsLi.Rivnijt inojiaiiPHt uemin win llllfll'19 Hlll'IU piLHIII'SSi HHliriMJ i ami iin-mudo nrsir iircvnncu. 5we vn i-fiil nnUfiit tnnlm-tn. (U hiii'IihIii. In nil blnnd find Kkln dHetutcti, llko Notches, pliiiplc, old ptiroulo mrer, tot tor, DFitlil (lend, bolln eryst.iclnrv i-ojLornn wo nin but, wllhoiil f enrol rntttraillitliin.piat P, I P. Ml tin bent blniiit purlllor lti tlio iTurlil, and innkpn tiotltlve, dpeedy nrut nornimient cures null cuscB. Lndlpn whoso BTBtomanro potHoncd and wliono bloodln In no trapurn ennui turn, due to menatrunl lrreRularlt1e nro necullarly I'etieiltod by tho won dorful tonic and blood clcnufilnfr pron nrtlesot 1'. T. P.-1'rlcklr Aali, PoLo I.oot osd Potaaglum. . BprisorirL...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner gazette. — 31 January 1895

I GROCERIES! " GROCERIES! jH& "ST' I CROCKERY. jj jf poddce. f CUTLERY Sfn ) HlIKr , A W F " iT-1 If Jpi&gfr3 UloJnLUu LI 9 "f se. THE CITY GKOOER. IN U as. PEKSONAI. ASB GENEKAL, AT IT) I5S uccks S1 ia.eL3rs Oi only ' 03? Gash $20 no sails H5 00 $10 M nuit 114 00 K-lO iiutB .S10UO llUK) suits SS.uO ShOO Miits If CO fC.OO suit-. J, 1 30 (SI; 1100O BALES RECEIVED, How rotUu host Hold for the week ending January 31st: Thursday J"3-3 Fudiy ' 4 3-8 Saturday 4 3-8 Mondny 4 3-8 Tucdav " 43-8 Wednesday v 4 3-8 PAID SUBSCRIPTIONS. The roll of honor for the week P L MeCurdy Rev. Jos Hiuulocck SSColo W. F. Wundetlich Abo Culpepper. C. A. Wollook Otto Schmidt John ILissmann Mies PJf 11 Johnson. Henry Droycr Sr. LOCAL, All kinds of fancy candios at Mcrcburger's. New Apples received at Merse bfrpur'b every week. All cotton Roods Bold at cotton prices at Walters Bros. I will pell good cord wood at $3.50 per cord. CuasPkeil. Kid Gloves, yatching caps And 'Ires trimmings of all.kindsat Mifs...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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