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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 9 March 1899

IY. r—J. N. Browning. ■Thos. S. Smith. ■John W. Robbins. R. W. Finley. rge W. Finger, g Inst.—J. S. Kendall. URT. ' T. J„_Brown. L. G. Denman. M. M. Brooks, W. L. Davidson, J. N. Henderson, Associates. DISTRICT OFFICERS. *1 .-v. v: ■ ' ' • 22 Jud. Dist., H. Teichmueller. ; Attorney, J. L. Storey. : Dist. Court, j. E. Baker. commence the fifth Mond2y af- : first Monday in March and Sep- ■ and continue six weeks. COUNTY OFFICERS. seph Ehlinger. r; PercyFaisorf. Klatt. Aug. Loessin. |i •'* T. Bradshaw. Assessor, C. H. Steinmann. Supt., G. A. Stierling. r, Neal Robison. Louis Melcher. COMMISSIONERS. i. George Huebner. 2 C. C Brendle. 3 C. A. Young.) 4 J. J. Fietsam. County Court on >, April, July and continue three weeks. Lyops Lod^e, No. 195. AF&A M Meets on Sat- urday on or be- fore the first full moon in each month. Trans- ient brethren are corially invited to attend. R. S. Tanner, w. m. Fred. Ebeling, Sec't. K. of H. Lodge, No. 1501. Meets on 1st and 3d Monday in each month. ...

Publication Title: Sticker, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 16 March 1899

SSl Tex* ".Unlversl IRIBE rorthe Stick- only $1 per tr. STICKER. VOL. V, NO. 33. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE CO., TEX., MARCH 16, 1899. Price $1. r Schulenburg Situated half way between San Antonio and Houston, has 1200 inhabitants; electric light plant; three good gins; compress and cotton-seed oil mill; good schools; good hotels and solid business houses. It is the best and healthiest town in Fayette county. This paper is the official organ of the county. inquire why the pecking ,at the Well, if —The Sticker simply be i of Schulenburg is : and commodious Now, as to ^ liberal bank- — — can put away _3 the Sticker is i the comi- ng rich fast, IDLING AND LOAFING NEGROES. Idleness and its encouragement is a provocation for whitecapping, is a diagnosis made of the affliction of mob law in several parts of the state. Three colored preachers of Sherman, reported as doing excel- lent missionary work among their race, announce this conclusion. They say that "it is the loafing ele- ment that is dr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 16 March 1899

mfs^s |§|| fjpfipg = 16, 1899. Thursday by 50ETH. ION, $i.oo PER ANNUM AN EDITOR DROWNED. = at the Schulenburg post- as second-class matter. Hartnett, a Catholic in Waco, died of smallpox iy, which he contracted administering to those with the disease. the caption of "Things in 1" in last week's issue of id Coaster, a Mr. Wait Dakota, receives a severe roast for slandering National Chairman Arkansas, is seriously ill angina pectoris—a disease which is practically incurable. ii The court of claims is to decide of Dewey's dashing his title to double head We say give the grand \ hero and diplomat all he should it be the united have frequently heard the say that j,he Schulenburg d small deposits. The banks are most accom- We know a depositor cent to his credit in a , and yet the obliging carry his name, r that depositor's business ) worth something.—Hallets- .. m bank is the making No town will amount than a village that has a who will at once notify^a man of the fact should withdraw hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 16 March 1899

-= mm 5B®sfc SpSfpSj? M- %---•*,§ s§ ===== Henry Iters, John Oltmanns, R. Nordhausen, F. the first Tues- , at £ p. m AD TIME TABLE. 3:20 p m un 1:14 am & Wm .. .12:42 am ...3:22 am ■>. trkl is the market re- by H. Horner, weekly, ae- o the highest market -a. „ rjv-T. - g EVERY WEDNESDAY. midl). 5 5 .per 100 lbs @30c 32 ic 7@8 5@7c I to size)..... 15@20c ...... 10@15 @$1 ..... .. ..6@7 7@8 hhbhbd potatoes, pr bu $1.00 [The above prices mean cash. Not here; prices wanted. ' At Homers' Easter is Close at Hand. I AM offering my receipts of new SPRING GOODS, comprising Lawns, Organdies, Plain and Fancy Dimities, Piques and Welts. Patterns are unusually attractive and prices within reach of everybody. Full line of Lining and Trimmings. A cordial invitation to inspect is hereby extended. at HORNERS' Caught a Sucker. Only a few issues ago the Stick- er had an article agitating the question of patronizing home insti- tutions and business men, etc. Only last week we were told a far- me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 16 March 1899

22 s. D. Sayers. N. Browning. -Thos. S. Smith W. Robbins. t. W. Finley. rge W. Finger. Inst.—J. S. Kendall. SUPREME COURT. R. R. Gaines. ice, T. J. Brown. L. G. Denman. -LATE COURT. W. L. Davidson, J. N. ites. OFFICERS. ., H. Teichmueller. "Attorney, J. L. Storey. ,. Court, J. E. Baker. ice. the fifth Mond2y af- Monday in March and Sep- weeks. ' OFFICERS. Ehlinger. Faison. Klatt. Bradshaw. Steinmann. V. Stierling. >n. Lyo^s Lod^e, No. 195. AF&AM Meets on Sat- urday on or be- fore the first full moon in each month. Trans- ient brethren are corially invited to attend. R. S. Taiiner, w. m. Fred. Ebeling, Sec't. S&«£° "Co. i office. ) of w - L Brn4wtr. H«w York. .TOROZIITE INDUSTRIES! Highest market price paid for cotton seed delivered at oil mill. Will pay the cash for same or take it in ex- change for hulls and cake meal, as desired. CHR. BAUMGARTEN. ,v. -I' K. of H. Lodge, No. 1501. Meets on 1st and 3d Monday in each month. Transient brethren in the qity respectfully invit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 30 March 1899

1811 S1S§ Texas Unirenfty Mi *• * '%2 THE • • For the Stick- er only $1 per **■' '%r Volume V«JNo. 35, SCHULENBURO, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEX., Thursday, flarch 30, 1899. Subscription Price, $1.00. rSchulenburg Situated half way between San Antonio and Houston, has 1200 inhabitants; electric light plant; three good gins; compress and cotton-seed oil mill; good schools; good hotels and solid business houses. It is the best and healthiest town in Fayette county. This paper is • the official organ of the county. ■ ft Whom Will It Benefit? question is a hard one when to encouraning home in- Take for instance the oil seems to us that every figure out od his finger i if the mill was kept busy nine months out of twelve, of only four out of twelve* as it is now running. We often hear farmers complain that they I their haj^ or this or that, w prices. But let's see, do do~unto others as they would others to do unto them? Per- if every bit of the seed was here those employ- i m be able to keep a it ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 30 March 1899

■Sip® sllil Wzg s £' -. -~~n :r. 30, 1899. s},$i.oo PER ANNUM —_— Schulenburg post- matter. a bank. iting was done in last week. gets "cuss- s he has a different way ; he thinks than oth- says that 1200 cases of ran item to community. m i, l' v! The decent colored man, who re- spects the laws of our country, has no trouble in this fair land of ours, it9 the insolent and big-lipped col- ored politician, generally backed up by some low-down white politi- cian who causes all the trouble, for which he sooner or later "gets it in the neck." >n News, with last , entered its 58th it comes to furaish- "she's thar." Journal wants the lighted up, in i with her sister. 's case—the mur- Blythe at Galves- to Polk coun- it will be tried on May ! l.' " . ■> The newspaper readers of Texas will be deprived of knowing the truth as to the condition of the condition of the state of affairs in the reformatory ^t Gatesville, where rottenness, that will out- rank the "Embalmed Beef' inqui- ry, has b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 30 March 1899

S Easter is Close at Hand. 'C--. £i UMNMMMimMMiNWyWWWWWWWWWWyWWw I AM offering my receipts of new SPRING GOODS, comprising X^awns, Organdies, Plain and Fancy Dimities, Piques and Welts. Patterns are unusually attractive and prices within reach of everybody. Full line of Lining and Trimmings. A cordial invitation to inspect is hereby extended. 3:20 p m .1:14 am .. .12:42 am 3:22 am market re- H. Horner, weekly, ac- 68t market s: m at HORNERS' ' WEDNESDAY. ...... 5 5-16 100 lbs @30c r.. 32c 7 5@7c ze) 15@20c .... 10@15 . .6@7 ■■■« ■■ H. Jaterka has opened a beer salo'on opposite Oltmanns & Schaf- er'3. Fresh bams, imported Emmen- thaler Swiss cheese, brick cheese, etc., at J. St. Wrba Sons. County Commissioner J.J. Fiet- sam of Ammannsville was in this part of the county last week, in- specting roads and bridges. Messrs. Method Pazdral, A Pre- sun and Dave Meyer, all of La- Grange, were in the city last Thurs- day and called at our office. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Rent. Newly built resi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 30 March 1899

3§P1§§ gigi "'■Wh, it 7. D. Sayers. . N. Browning. Thos. S. Smith. W. Bobbins. W. Finley. W. Finger. -J. S. Kendall. COURT. R. Gaines. J. Brown. i Justice—L. G. Denman. APPELLATE COTJBT. W. L. Davidson, J. N. Associates. CT OFFICERS. Jud. Dist.—H. Teichiruellt'r. Attorney—J. L. Storey. 1st Court—J. E. Baker, commence the fifth Mond.-iy fixpt Monday in March and and continue six weeks. COUNTY OFFICERS. Ehlinger. Attorney—Percy Faison. Klatt. Loessin. T. Bradshaw. H. Steinmann. . A Stterling. Bobisoi^^l^^l Surveyor—Louis Melcher. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Beat No. 1—George Huebner. SS No! 4—J. J. Fietsam. Regular sessions County Court on Mondays in January, April, July October, and continue three Regular session commissioners court on the second Monday in February, May, August and November. JUSTICE'S COURTS. -Beat No. 8—C. T. Willrich, justice; R. W. Williams, constable. Court meets Thursday after second Monday' in each month at Schulenburg. and Whiskey cured at home with- out nain Book o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 13 April 1899

-7 ,.V.V.T:^ S&h *\ •&■. r:. v. .V...- . * - ■ ^Pf' :' V '• v " >"jasS-i ■{■:'-y,f -- " I a cxrs ,University r^v -r':" fP^ay^SaS-^ KQSiSIl, fdesSPSB •---;.U"v *..-- c2'''>:-■ •-. ; 1 p0" ■: me V. No. 37, SCHULENBURO, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEX., Thursday, April 13, 1899. SubscriptionjPrice, $1.00. ' •- :■ ^seag 1 ■ - ;'i ^ .-.^§fgs rSchulenburg Situated half way San Antonio and Houst—, — 1200 inhabitants; electric light plant; three good gins;compr"~ and cotton-seed oil mill; good n schools; good hotels and solid business houses. It is the best and healthiest town in Fayette county. This paper is the official organ of the county. •. v ' - lisp *&$ = gepll i I# .;< • S§| miles assault- Death of J. Q. Wagner. Last Monday morning at 3 o'clock oseph George Wagner, father of- ,n the proprietor of the Enterprise, died after an illness of a few days ~ it- at his home near Round Top. Al- though in feeble health for several miles (months the end came unexpected. er was born in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 13 April 1899

DO YOU EAT? Then eat the best Freyburg Items. To the Sticker: Our market is constantly sup- plied with the best Beef, Pork and Mutton obtainable. Highest market price paid for .00 PER ANNUM all kindes of hides Mahler & Schindler. post- lass matter Southern Pacific Ry. Hotel. get out and to complain d, died in at his oeoocoooc® aote this. ining a reputa- Three there y nights. one of Fayette , is not a The Sticker i is a can- to the office of F Fayette county had the mean? Chas. only recently LaGrange, H. C. Hei- jcratic daily, the b, has lately entered year. The Post Houston and icker wishes Tuesday the Ouero, and that am- Plans and Specifications by L. 6. MAUER & CO, LaGrange, Tex. The above cut is an exact likeness of the postoffice to be built by Mr. Charles Kessler, on the site of the present building which will be moved out on the street during the time of construction. The new building will be 80x35 feet, half of which (or 16x50) will be used for the postoffice which wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 13 April 1899

EbbI X-"- |1 gfgi iii«S i A Sgs iifellte fllSllHS 5x5" . ===== mm Henry John Oltmanns, R. Nordhausen, F. t meets the first Tues- p, m _____— TIME TABLE. EAST. ||fe iin 3:20 p m . .1:14 am 12:42 am . 3:22 am the market re- H. Horner, weekly, ac- highest market EVERY WEDNE8DAY. 1) ....... •100 lbs • i• • > *; 5 @30c . 321 6@7 .. 5@7c .. 15@20c ....10®15 90c 6@7 7@8 .... $1.50 cash. Not record- >wer. very high. l~J> 2j , * was |g|j Weimar boys at ler CITY COUNCIL. £LH0RNER5' It is a Hard Question Just What to Cook Just Now. I offer STANDARD CALIFORNIA FULL GOODS as long as they last at following Prices: Apricots, Grapes and Egg Plums, per can, Bartlett Pears, 2 1-2 lb. can, .... Yellow Table Peaches, " >. . . • . . Riverside Tomatoes, . '. . . . . . Half Gallon Can Pie Peaches, , . . . WEIGHT IJC 20C 20C IOC 30c CittHall, Schulenbnrg, April 11, 1899. City Council met in regular session, there be- ing present the mayor, marshal and all alder- men. Minutes of last meeting wer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 13 April 1899

mpfip^ mm? j|p "la and W ft i a k e y HaMts cared at home with- out pain Book of tlculars sent BR. B. ■. WOOL :oe, 104 North Pryor St THE STAPLES BILL. The Spelling Lesson. L joi)s Lod^e? No. 195. Meets on Sat urday on or be- fore the first full moon in each month. Trans- ient brethren are corially invited Her Storey. i the 15th Mon- ry, onday to attend. R. S. Tanner, w. m Fred. Ebeling, See't H. Lodge, Mo, 1501. on 1st and 3d Monday in eacn month: Transient brethren in the city respectfully invited J. J. Schwartz, Dictator. Fred Ebeling, Secretary. mmgM WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174 L 0. 0 F eets regularly each Tuesday Transient Brethren arecor- invited to visit, H. Bohlmann, N. G. McKinnon, sec. — FreiligrAth Loge j^vor Vollmond und 14 H. Beneker, Praesident. r. invited to meet . Young, C. C. Jr. Clerk. eets every 3rd W their 1 visiting knights ~ invited d the meetings lodge. Chab. Speckles, C. C. edder a t .Xja.-w fexas. ' HALL'S Tasteless. SO Cents. Guaranteed. by P. Breymann have...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 13 April 1899

H8H88BMB8B88H8B8i , 4il mm i-i-sii. " * '- "V si ; ■■--■;■■ Thursday. April illjll 13, 1899. § Hf'^U iSi'.if ■■ i * . . SlgJ* Is' Ssfc I i£' , V. gi 1 "\v Published every Thursday by ERNST G0ETH. ;—:.: ■"-••-••-- :t SUBSCRIPTION, $i.oo PER ANNUM — -•' *'- ^P'Tia-frf-' Entered at the Schulenburg ^post- office as second-class matter ,— : - SEAL ESTATE TEAHSFEES .,r. ' i From March 3, to April 10 1899. Konrad Moellenberndt to Otto Imken, deed, 20 34-100 acres J Ro'bison league, $20. \fl A C Lenert to A L Priinm, re. lease of deed of trust. Albert L Priram to John Ramsch deed, 219 acres Barton league, Caroline Merkins to Cbas Mer- kins, deed of gift, undivided i in- terest in f acres, Muldoon league, The San Antonio & A. P. Town Site Co. to J A Peter, deed, lots 2. and 11 in block 38, cheater, $1351. ' raiirrfwgmrw MPBasiBH %■ |§p ^ .H— Twenty-Five Cents Buys " ' si-w-r " ' 12 cakes cocoanut toilet soap. .25c A pair of ladles' slippers " Men's summer undershirts .... " Lap robes. 35...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 20 April 1899

-I ■ 5*: - -fife _ Bh I Blfl - 11 II _ : !■ ■% ■fifiaENft&se lli £p|9 «PKr"2S-^"- 111111111 •:* £§3£|g5| '.' ' J:5'. ,\^r^, *- '.-. .c :ig3«33£^ imeV. No. 38, pawjgMBK&A fctiw§w^.5S? «: / SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY. TEX.? Thursday, April ao, 1899 Subscription Price, $1.00. tSchulen Situated half San Antonio and 12q0 inhabitan plant; three good _ and cotton-seed oil schools; good hotels and houses. It is the best town in Fayette county, the official organ of '' t*a^ mm*. 1 ten lentiful comment legins ivaca mwSm T Is No Such Thing.- The LaGrange Journal wants the streets of LaGrange lighted up, in or- der to keep up with her sister, Schu- lenburg.—Sticker. Don't want anything of the kind, neighbor. Have never said sueh a thing or hinted it to even the cross- eyed chamber-maid. Wouldn't know a street light were it in sight. Shame on you to say so. You know in the very pit of your stomach that La- grange prefers to be in total darkness, obscure and hidden from the outside world...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 20 April 1899

Wm'" :~tilSh) as J ■v., - ■sag :S t>y *TH. f, $1.00 PER ANNUM le Schulenburg post- -class matter;: ms id will > man out of a r some other Some people regard everything an editor says as dictorial and seem to be opposed to every measure ag- itated. We generally find though that these same "Nincompoops" never do anything for the town ey live in, nor for their families, or for themselves, and it is a mys- tery to us how they exist. When the United troops were sent to Cuba during the late war, they found the Cuban army to consist of a small band of ragged, half- starved men, but the muster rolls turned over to Gen. Brooke, who was sent to pay Cuban army-, showed 48,000 with 6000 commissioned offi- The Cuban people may not be capable of self-government, but they are capable of almost any- else. is democratic s. so nearsighted faults of when it THE LIBEL LAW. In regard to the reference the Sticker made in its last issue anent the action taken by our legislators on the libel bill, la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 20 April 1899

WM- . Hp ' ''SsH ers, John Uitmanns, . R. Nordhausen, F. time table n - Death of Milton Neuhaus. EAST. n .3:20 p m 1:14 am WIST. 12:42 am 3:22 am the market re H. Horner, - weekly, ac- * * market 100 1^8 EVEBY WEDNESDAY. @30c .32* . 6@7 ^ 7@8c „ ~.e)...... 15@20c 10@15 ........ 90c bo. mean .7@8 $1.50 Not ■ declines reeord- «£l ,1 very high. was in town last It is a Hard Question Just What to Cook Just Now. I offer STANDARD CALIFORNIA FULL WEIGHT GOODS as long as they last at following Prices: Apricots,'Grapes and Egg Plums, per can, . i jc Bartlett Pears, 2 1-2 lb. can, 20c Yellow Table Peaches, 20c Riverside Tomatoes, ........ 10c Half Gallon Can Pie Peaches, , .... 30c Remember that these goods are all straight first class goods. < | All cans not satisfactory will be taken hack and purchase money refunded. -%T~"" " Messrs. John Oltmanns and Fritz Schaefer visited LaGrange last week. For RENT.—The dwelling next to Wm. Voelkel. Apply to Emil Baumearten. L. G. Mauer of LaGrange w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 20 April 1899

' X • '' W." idtt r. S. Kendall. COURT. J R. Gaines. ^ —<T. J. Brown. G. Denman. LTB COURT. W. L. Davidson, J. N. iates. OFFICERS. §^'3 -H. Teicbmuflkr. L. Storey. E. Bakor. on the 15 th Mon- Monday & January, Monday and Whitkey ' cured at home with out pain Book of ticulars sent 1 R ■ < I OR fc. M WOULL- i < ;lnce, 104 North Fry Lyops Lod^e, No. 195. ik.F&A to attend. Meets on Sat- urday on or be- fore the first full moon in each month. Trans- ient brethren arS" corially invited R. S. Tanner, w. m. Fred. Ebeling, Sec't. three court ebruary, , justi . of H. Lodge, No. 1501. :> on 1st and 3d Monday in month. Transient brethren in the city respectfully invited. J. J. Sqhwartz, Dictator. Fred Ebeling, Secretary. each WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174. I. 0. 0 P. Meets regularly each Tuesday night. Transient Brethren are cor- dially invited to visit. . I H^-Bohlmann, N. G. MgKinnon, sec. ssrsr V 'X .5 Jglr mm> . dm. s. Freiligrath Loge NO. 14, [ Htgelmsesige Ver- sammlu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 27 April 1899

: . rn^y Texas ,XTniver lty - -"--V aS85®K£S per S-fjaMp No. SCHULENBURQ* FAYETTE COUNTY. TEX., Thursday, April 27, 1899. Subscription Price, $1.00. Schuienburg Situated half 8E.. ™ San Antonio and Houston, has 1200 inhabitants; electric light plant; three good gins; compress and cotton-seed oil mill; good schools; good hotels and solid business houses. It is the best and healthiest town in Fayette county. This paper is the official organ of the county. r ■ • • are know to if |Hb convention of the South and Texas Press Association is a thing of the past, but its pleasant memories will remain green in the hearts of our citizens. All the members of the association who honored our town by their visit were as genial. and intelligent a body of men as can be found, and leaped from the start right into our hearts. Business intellect, con- sciousness of their great task, to represent public opinion, to in- struct the popular mind, to lead raise i;* with themselves into a er spore of moral e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 27 April 1899

:.w £% sJSliSJg^ 88898®"" m Wmm% ■ MJeSaBlgS? ' Warn by WUM Halletsville at mi 1PP. 1661- FROM SWISS ALPS. A nice two-story building was erected for Mr. Frank Forster of tris vicinity by Mesrs. William Sander and Grotlieb Knape. Let us hope that Mr. Forster will give give us a hop in the near future to give it a finishing touch. Hurrah! Schulenburg gets a new postoffice. Don't you feel proud? It was time that the old shanty was torn down. Now Schulenburg will have a still better appearance Judging by the picture it will in deed be a pretty edifice. A number of correspondents con- tributing articles to the LaGrange German paper about tobacco cut ture are getting right lively. The president of the Fayette County Tobacco Growers associa- tion is attacked from different parts of the county in regard to his in- ability of raising the weed. they are right., so All DISTRICT COURT. Say Mr. Scribbler of the CIVIL. Chas. W. Ehlinger vs D. H. Brown, debt, judgement by default. J. P. Browning v...

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