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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 27 January 1897

ft 1 < v 1IK F yuMMMt ithmii z ltikm DEALER IN URNITURE and UNDERTAKERS SUPPLIES 3 < 3ttItCMl P AINTS OILS and VARNISHES PUTTY PAINTBRUSHES Picture Framing and Joiners Work a Specialty Toazas HAPPY NEW YEAR to all my tiicndB un customers As I amnot prepared to make the dcsiied vhiingo in business on January 1st us exp ected I will coutin je to soil all clothing and dress goods at cost during 1S7 and all other goods in the houso for cash only I mean what I bay as goods have to go re- gardless of what thoy cost Re- member these bargains aeforcash Those wishing goods on timo must make arrangement and pay old juices Hbmiv KiiAUsn MAIUUEcT Miss Emma Neimeyer and Mr Fred Lueke were united in mar- riage at the lesldenca of the br dos j > aionts in Moulton Thursday Rov Rapp of Baursvillo officiating Only a few fiiends and relatives of the young couple wore present and the wedding as a quiet one They have gone to housekeeping in the liouse formely occupied by Frank Koestcr rear tho ...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 27 January 1897

A TIUIN HELD UP SOUTHERN RAILWAY EXPRESS ROBBED BY MASKED MEN TlioSccno of tho Uobbory Wtxi yonr llrrry Htntlftn AluSccilrcil Only Hnmll Amnuiit of lluut llierir unit rosso lu Lurittilr Now Orleans Tun 22 A special from nirmtugham Ala saya For the second time within a month turca unknown masked men last night hold up train No 35 of tho Southern railway near Beiry station i evenly miles wct of Blimlngham and robbed the Southern Express i mpanys car The scene of the robbery Is within a ralle of the former robbery and they vere almost Identically alike in every detail Tialn No 35 left hero at 4 oclock catciday arternoon for Greenville MLs In chnigo of Conductor Wllmot and Engineer Drown It reached Berry at 8 oclock being thlity minutes late Ah it pulled out from tint station which is a small place In the vvildeft section of Alabama a masked man heavily armed cllrnoed Into the engine < ab and presenting pistols to the en- gineer and fireman oidoted them to obey his commands at the pe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 27 January 1897

i wX HIS ONLY ROMANCE V as T waa two years Blnco Joe Bentley had left his homo In a quiet little Ohio town to seek his fortune In the West For two years each working day had found him at his desk In n largo mercantllo houso In Chicago Ho had been fortunato In securing a position at once through a hrother of his town postmaster who was now chief clerk In the offlce Joo will novor forget those two years lonesome two years they were the more lonesome perhaps becauso he had never been away from homo and among strangers before When ho first camo to Chicago the Worlds Fair and other attractions made the city a wonderful place for tho country boy but these soon paled or passed away and tho loneliness settled upon him as he felt himself a stranger In a strange land For a time he attended church as had been his habit at home but they were such large places and tho con- gregation and young folks dressed and noted so differently from the church folk at home that ho finally got In tho habit of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 27 January 1897

DRY CO0DS SHINER DEALER IN SHlULll mmHMwMMMILmIMiuMnxmjiiMMAMM WM ThisDepaitment includes nil kinds of Dress Cinods Ouhroy Domestic Notions etc CLOTHING Om lino of Clothing includes Mens Boys and TotitliV Clothing Over CoiK Hat Cups and Gents F unishinf Goods Piiees lower tlmn the lonct Full stock of Giocciies nnd Notions all ficsli Agent for MITCHELL WAGONMAND QUEEN SEWING MACHINES tfsrOotton and Cotton Seecijss Bought nt highest c i h pitcrs > TTTirxJJJiLmiaaagg pxtw > w > a t 1 n r j aiijuj and FEED STABLE jffiJDrummois Rigs a specialty TEXAS WM WEIBTlAIDCO lac sirilrS crrjd W rjeel wpIcjrjls ASD DEAACKS IN TEXAS Two men grown tired of life died by their own hands this week Frank Kaspuiok a Bohemian living on McMuuaya land about four miles southeast of here took aisenic last Fn diy night and died in dreadful agony Ilo climbed up in a loft at his place before dark Thursday cvo and swallowed poison aud after waiting awhile he grew impatient because it did not take immediat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 10 February 1897

VOL 4 J WAXtTGESSAW Tire InBuranoc General Brokoiage and OoavmijsionMorohant OottonBajer and Agent for 7atsr3 Ploros Oil Company Inno Star Htdt Company and Elmendorf Pottery PFICS AT BAKK SHINER LAVAOA COUNTY TEXAS WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 10 1897 a WliaiAMS DEAiin in o LUMBER Shingles Sash Doors Blinds and Builders Hardware Tho Genuine Gliddon and Waukcgan Barbed Wire Mountain Cedar nnd sawed burr oak Fence Posts rubber hose uuggy painto nnd brushes Buggies phaetons surreys hacks harness Studebakcr i arm and spring wagons SHINER TEXAS Sisirrisurls Saloon J H HUBEHER PROP HEADQUARTERS POR Fine wines Liquors Beer and cigars tfj NEXT TO WOLTERS UROS STORE jxT rtCTicirwwg iiLJCBiLMwc M c sssxxxoscscxGrc rszKZZSKTxraianxuxu TO teWEMBER THAT TJIfTOBHSaKIESK < 3s OO Is headquarters for Fresh and Fancy Groceries also for Pino Candies Fruits Nuff Tobaccos and Cold Drinks Wo deliver your Groceries at your home at once free of charge < csvzn iiKJZB xvasvxzwsssszzjzzazja nvic P STUEBKE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 10 February 1897

THE GAZETTE Fubll9hcd Every Thursday by C W WAIID Editor and Pub SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year postpaid rioo Entered nt tho Shiner Texas Pootofllco as eccondcUsa matter A family living In Susquehanna Pa has a crow that gets drunk on beer Ho steals Into tho collar and manages to break a bottle ot beer and drinks what remains In tho bottle Then ho carries the pieces of the broken bot- tle out of tho window and disposes of them so that no trace remains ot tho theft When he presents himself up- stairs his gait 13 unsteady his volco Is hoarse and ho looks upon the world with bloodshot eyes and In an evil temper Religion becomes ridiculous when a congregation of only thirteen people nvlth only six In condition to pay takes upon Itself the support of a church and a minister Tho instance In Atchison has a parallel In almost overy town In tho United States Thero are too many churches and too many ministers to support Hard times have resulted In cutting down the number of amuse- ment halls tho ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 10 February 1897

n THE DENTISTRY BILL AN AMENDMENT MAK1NQ THE LAW APPLY ONLY TO 1rnfeflslonnl l > ciittnt Viaa Adopted A Diploma from n Foreign llentnl Collrpo a Sullltlent uaUUciitloii for lrnctlcinp In Texas Austin Tex Fob 0 Yesterday tho 1111 to reguloto tho practice of dentis- try was laid beforo tho house Mr Shropshire offered an amend- ment which was adopted providing that three ot the members of the beard ehall bo nppolnted for one year and three for two years eo as to make their terms concurrent with that of tho governor An amendment making tho law ap- ply only to professional dentists was adopted Mr Welters offered an amendment making a diploma from a foreign den- tal college a sufficient qualification for practicing In Texas which amendment was adopted Mr Turner offered an amendment to each extraction of a tooth In viola- tion of tho Jaw a separata offense Mr Bertram moved to strike out tho enacting clause Ho sold the people were not demanding It that tho only men who wanted the bill pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 10 February 1897

w H M ° a us EEEzsasaa iraiteaaaaa 4i 0USS B l pcra Cull on limn lor llie finest Clears siiili ns 11ED CLOVUtt HENEBAL f AltTHUIV mid all liiiiidsorEhloia i Clsvrs Meat sloil otll < iiiordlu town POTATOES Era OTiEK E tMv krL j jt Wm lyTirrtZrw i rt SSiSSE < THE tllwc if u 1jA2stidrhsth and NEW YOIRJS iseed + potatoes H NICE STOCK OF LKNDRBTHS GHRDEN SE6P John Deere Plows Standard Cutivators and NEW HOME SEWING MACHINES sssa etloor reyr irv v ymaviA3a SOHMIDT HEKDLEK PltOTBIKIOIIS WPollte and courteous treatment to all The place to buy your SEED POTATOES is at He has the celebrated TRIUMPH POTATOES WHICH are excelled by none on the market 4i Lira < J j j Fish Wednesday and Friday EVosll Bread Oysters Tues and Saturday from Yoakum always on band THS GKZSTTE PjUUElSUED EVEIIY WEDNESDAY BY C W WARD BUBSdrirrtoN bates One Year Postpaid 100 Entered at the Shiver 7exas Post Office as scond class matter BtllHEJ TEX WED PEB 101897 Kansasand Nebraska have near lJvlcgishUed tho railro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 10 February 1897

mtkamxtnar worm MOULTON T Dramatic club has been formed hero by tho young people Mr und Mrs PresUin will bo their teacher Thoy w ill soon give ua a piny George Tansy of Flatonia was here Monday making a pleasure trip on his bicycle A F Palmie of Cuoro was hero on business Tuesday Fiiday night wo will havo a Val- entine Ball given by the A M club at Hermans hall and Satur- day night tho Concoidia Verein will give a masquerade ball Dr Ford Iran and wife of Witt- ing woro here Tuesday on busin- ess Chas Bi miner from Skinor was lieio Monday on business Editor Crockett and wife of Fla lonia weie hero ono day lntt week wid made a short visit at A M Kotzebues home They also had pome pictures taken while waiting lor the train Messrs Erail Buescher and As vald went to Smithville last week and returned Friday Wednesday night the electric lights woro turn- ed on for the first time and gave entire satisfaction Thursday night tho play Faust was presented at tho opera house which was lit up with...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 10 February 1897

A TOWN TERRORIZED EIGHT MEN COMPELLED EVERY- BODY TO CLOSE UP THEIR Stores nml lllriu lour Men Wero Over- powered ami Carried Auity on Uorselmclt lwonf tlioMcn ltonorteil to Iluvo lleou 11 ui otl Guthrlo Ok Feb C The ttlephono lino to Stroude was up and working last night and particulars ot the raid there oan bo obtained Two weeks ago while quarreling over some land Jim Grlfns was shot and nearly killed and his father slightly wounded they charged by Henry Lustln Lustln was arrested but admitted to ball Wed- nesday eight men rode Into Stroude and oorci died everybody to close up their bl3ij and hide away saying there wis gains to bo a battle Sev- eral 1 n id 1Ur as Henry Lustln his Hon Enut Jim Furber and old man Hobln n etc cntcilns tla town they wore lutlnuiccl ill compelled to rsur rendti uj ru irr ctowd of men who bound thrm t > h > ne9 nd redo off into the tu L < inry v Itli them Lafcr they rdca ii Jim Tuibcr who returned cud fcaid tha ti y had declared they would hen ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 10 February 1897

ALL OVER THE COAST NEWBY 1TCMS FROM VARIOUS SECTIONS OF THE STATE General Summary of Crops rroilucoil ImrulErulon nml Improvement Notes of Our Hlstor CHIcb Vlckups Unit aro of Gonernl Intoro3t The Iron cylinder for the center pier of the Texnrknna ami Fort Smith mil road bridge across till Nechcs iItci if being put down Tho cj Under will bo Ulled with concrete The village of lit miner w as somen bit pcltcd on Saturday over the fact that the city marshal got nftci a trio of hunters who weie violating an otdl nance and lan them Into the bayou and enptmed one gun The work of grading sheets nt the now town of Sablue Pass began tills week Fiom Omaha Mr Herman Ivountzo nnnounccs that l000O0O are to be spent in Impiovlng tho townslte nnd coustuictlng wharves L 1 Fcafhcrstone sccietary of the Gulf nnd Interstate has advised the pasbonger dcpaitment of tho Houston Unst nnd West TcTns under date of January 2S that bis road Is now ready for business between Beaumont and Galveston The Calcasieu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 10 February 1897

Hi f t IKSMtMnCKW SHINE tnczxraxuin lorn a S KSSa CnTisrwi A lttle red day book containing some lum- ber bills and seven jtlots of land Lost pomewhoro be- tween Shiner and Buntings Cicek H found return to ths nflieo Tho book has the name of Mrs F P Dickson on the inhide NOTICE TO FARMERS Cheap beef for salo at 5 and 6 cents pej pound pork 8 cents mut- ton 10 cents baustge 10 cents City Miat Maiucct pliiner Teic A J IJerm Prop A OHANGiroTAGENTS II N Flato resigned the agency of the City Begr last wool and was Succeeded by Mr E J Wnngo man Wilt Kotzebuo is driving JJio beep and ico wogoi DEALER IN hhh DRV GOODS This Department includes nil kinds of Drops Good Calicos Domestics Notions etc CLOTHING Our line gr Clothing includes Mens Boyi and Youths Clothing Over Coats Hats Caps inil Gents Firnifrhing i Goods Prices lower limn tho lowest Full slnck of Groceries and Notions all fresh Agent for MITCHELL WAGONSANI QUEEN SEWING MACHINES i OoUon anc3 Oottona Seed sJ Bought at Inchest cash pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 17 February 1897

f > i h b i 7 fi Jfc W11AMS EMEMBER THAT dealir in LUMBER Shingles Sash Doors Blinds and Builders Hardware Tho Oenuino Glidden and Waukegan Barbed Wire Mountain Cedar and svwed bun oat Fenoo Posts rubber hose uuggy paints and brushes Buggies phaetons surreys haokp harness Studebaker farm and spring wagons SHINER TEXAS Bismarfe Saloon J H HUEBNER PROP HEADQUARTERS FOR Fine wines Liquors Beer and cigars gETNEXT TO WOLTERS BROS SrORE txmrmuwMMWSM ttrrKwarnKmaoaax < S ff TXlsrGSHJQICEJJtL OO Is hcadquarteis for Fresh and Fane Groceiies also for Fine Candies Fuiits Nns Tobaccos and Cold Drinks Wo deliver your Groceiies at your home at once freo of charge Give us a call jBatisfactioia Guaranteed PALACE P STUEDKE PROPRIETOR DEALER IN line wines liquors cigars KS Fresh Beet always on g3 Headquarters for the farmer JJf DEALEK IN + The leader in good work and low prices For your Harncsfa Bridles and daddies Firstclass work and Prices to suit the times Examine his stock before buying ols...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 17 February 1897

THE GAZETTE Published Every Thursday by C W WARD Editor and Pub SUBSCRIPTION KATE3 One Year postpaid Tuta View of It fl00 Entered at the Shiner Texas Iostofflco u secondclass matter It Is believed a good many suicide clubs will bo formed when the mini- mum amount ot capital required by a national bank Is lied at 20000 Wild Hog a Sioux brave has left tho reservation and gone to New York to study civilization Ho had likely heard the boys reading about tho See ley dinner Tho talk about putting Inventors on tho governments paper money has been bad for Inventor McCormlck In that It has brought out an assertion that ho did not Invent his reaper Many an Inventor Is In oblivion while some richer man is getting tho game that belongs to him A New York man called on a magis tral tho other day and asked for a writ to compel his wife to support him Whoa the request was refused ho volunteered tho statement that ho might Just as well not bo married at all If there Is no way to compel a wom- an to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 17 February 1897

i SELIEP IS WANTED THE POOR PEOPLE OF1 NEWTON COUNTY NEED HELP A Mass Meeting of Citizens Was Ilcltlnnt n Cominltteo AppnlntcU to 1roTlcll Home Way to Itellevo Their Ncods rjuootlig nud Cutting Scrauo Nowton Telx Fob 11 About 125 citizens of Nowton county both whlta and colored met here In mass meeting Wednesday to devise soma means by which the poor people ol the county might get bread Hon J F Sykr was elected chairman and J M Horger ooc retary A resolution was paesod In- structing the chairman to appoint a committee to prepare a suitable memo- rial to tho legislature asking that an appropriation be mado In a sufficient sum to purchase 20000 bushels of corn fald corn to bo bought by the state and furnished the people of Newton county at Klrbyvllle at actual cost and that tho legislature uso Its best en- deavors to get the railroads to haul the corn free of charge By this means It Is hoped that corn can bo laid down at Klruyvlllo for about 25 cents per bushel The corn crop was almos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 17 February 1897

X I Wprry > mim tesag mmmmmmmwfflmmmmfflmm araas K h H in 1 Call on thoni for the iliipst CIriusi W suoh as RED OLOVEB GENEIUL jj AnXHUlt rnjcl ful Clguis lUstutoi all btiinds of Ehlors ofllqiioiafu town SCfflMIDT HXRDLER pnorniKTons JOTolIto and courteous trcatmont to all The place to buy your SEED POTATOES K is at atLCHHKS ae has the celebrated TRIUMPH POTATOES which are excelled by none on the market TM UON METTERMHNN MEDICAL TJNIVEESITY SpeoloMst itt tho Diseases of Women and Children and Skin Bronchial and Lung Diseases Graduate of the Dniverflity of Praha AuBtria Oitice Ubst to EosTomcn SHINER TEXAS TJishWedhesday and Friday Oysters fucs and Saturday THS GHZejTE HtBUBHKD EVJJBY WEKSESP V BY 0WiWA P i flUESORlRTIONx RATES Hue Year Postpaid I 100 25 7eredaUfieShitfar 7eyas fiost OJicaSjScjS wltfrs idtltrr apjriiBi TEx SP ruB iy1807 Masquerade suitsXtAi B Jjing 4 < Fres3i Spead from Yoakum alwoyson handl The initial number of tho Flato nia Record reached heie Friday rind is...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 17 February 1897

GIVE HIM A CALL AT F I po DEALER IN UUXITURK and UNDERTAKERS SUPPLIES A W Hinriobs is in San Anto- nio Jacob Tomasko carries a nies line of huggies carnages road wagons etc It will pay you to go and take a look and get his prices Hugo Buebchor came on a visit Friday to seo his beBt friends and take ill the masquerade ball He roturnod to Smithvillo Munday Tuesday wo had a Bohemian wedding Mat Docek and Botro lina Toskpa were married at tho catholic church V Wm Keudel went out to Moul ton Instituto Monday to take some views for Hugh Nolan at Austin i A M Kolzebue is making great improvements on tho street by planting shado tiees along the new walk makiug now horso racks etc A danco last Friday jiight given by tho A M club It was a great success and everybody had a good time t Tho masquerade ball Saturday night was so well attended that it lead at once to the decision to build a new hall so that every- body has room to danco There were about 20 masked and tho fol- lowing got prizes Osc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 17 February 1897

ATLANTIC SQUADRON TWENTY ODD WARSHIP3 AT CHARLESTON S C Tlioy uro Iltttlii In Their Ittjrnltir Tar Kutnnd Hotrln lnctlco V Irtiml UaII IVIlt l > o Given to Ills orHUls uf Ills United States Charleston S C rob 13 Tho mis- erable weather of Thursday again pre- vailed yesterday thus preventing tho north Atlantic squadron putting In the customary target and rowing practice Tho monitor Amphltrlte which camo up to tho city Thursday afternoon la ctlll anchored In tho stream awaiting her supply of coal Tho remaining member of the fleet are still at tho anchorage ground twelvo or sixteen mllea from tho city Tho fleet have not changed tho pctlons they took sev- eral days ago for blockade purposes It Is reported by a towboat which came up to tho city about noon yester- day that tho battleship Indiana had arrived and had taken up a position commanding tho entrance to tho north channel Tho flagship Nov York the cruisers Marblehoad and Columbia and tho monitor Amphltrlto have been as- signed t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 17 February 1897

TILLYS MUBDEEEB T THD tlmo of which I write my mother anil brother lived In a neat cot- tage on a beauti- ful farm about four miles from tho town of M They were not poor for they owned tho farm on which they lived and mother had money Invested In other ways I earnod my living In town bo Ing a bookkoeper In ono of tho largo stores Mother was a very strange woman She did not caro anything whatever about her daughters Sho had three of them two marrleddaughters and my self She always said I would never get a ohanco to get married and al- though It soemed rather unkind of her to say so perhaps sho was right Sho always scolded terribly If I did not visit her once a month and sho was very cross if I came ottcner Well ono warm August I had gone out to stop a week and although mo- thers household was never a happy one still I had enjoyed my visit quite well for a couple of days Mother kept a girl half companion and half servant whom I hated as she was always inso- lent and snappish with mo S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 17 February 1897

DRY GOODS CLOTHING < a5 boOf9fiWog fJ SHINER 1 Dont spend half of your time looking for your broom Call at Ed Colemans and get a new patent hioom holder for ten cents Boston baked beans in tho Cash store canB at Wo are prepared to meet all com- petition in the salp of com oats ran hay etc Aug J Schmidt roj E F Rubman Mgr A full slock of psrfnroertes Store Lime Lime Kalk VapnoRoen dale and Portland Cement for sale by Flato Green Just received another car load of buggies hacks carriages surries and buck boards at Woltors Bros SVjll to 8 ° M very cheap Wwhimmiiiumiii C H FZK1 DEALER IX This Department includes nil kinds of Dress Goods Calicos Domestics Notions etc Our line of Clothing includes Mens Boy nnd Youths clothing Ovor Coats Hat Caps and Gents Finishing Goods Prices lower than the lowest Full stock of Groceries nnd Notion all fresh Agent for MITCHELL WAGONKAND QUEEN SEWING MACHINES iffeOotton euadi Cotton Seed3s9 Bought it highest cash prices SHINER 63 Urummers Rigs a specia...

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