Shiner Gazette. (Shiner, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 5, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 26, 1894 Page: 4 of 8
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i 1 11V nH'B'PY BY
M V Mil'.
' t the Sinner
as second riff
choose whether .they
the ticket put out by I he dmio-r
or the "lie uf the upul.sr
Politic ju.-t ncv may bo said to
bequiathero aA this ctuiot no
doubt only precoeda I he big otorai
which i browing for next week.
whoa the floatorlal unci conpos-
sional conventions will be l.ild
hire tho former on Monday and
V : f
1 V - r is li"r lb-xf wi 'i ' -r -
will suripoi t ! lESEBSaWiiraKEMES ;
l WTSMSTinrRTJjBi -pnamsL. ' ' -rass w-hl tt-wss j& E.
" its Tfi?Rffsr. : a- L JJ HlJ3 iwb h j r -1
rcf3lF!l."JVM'' . ""SSS" aT A..AiSBV v'J
r T'tX. THTT. JULY 'Cth 8
-'- tbo latter on Tuesday.
A Iihit.td Cnroor
I' ui-c iiuti the painful duty of
1 ; ir r-iE to relate how another
.d man has com wrong. The
talented Y. A Mair had few peers
in tli nenspnpaper profession up
totb ticua of his connection with
that best of county papers the
U&Hottsville Herald. Sincehewont
to work ou tint paper however he
bus made one kad break after an-
other until now we hare no idea
win re he may yet possibly wind
uj Wo fear that lie will go off
some of theBodaye like a big parlor
mutch ; there will be a Gzr eputter
a little cloud of smoke and all
tl at will be leftol W. A. M. will be
a r lap of hair unci a grease fcpot.
Wc believe his only salvation lies
in prompt treatment. Get a little
bottle of bromide Will and
ta r e n dose every morning before
hi oak fast get n ice poultice aud
tin it over your head and get an-
o! in r bip chunk of ice to cit oil
w''i'-T0U wricft thoio fiery editor-
ials "nd possibly you may pull
t'iri.Mgh until frost.
In bis write-up a few weeks ago
A H. underscored tiie words
' iii person" in a way not to bo
must ikon Thia meets with our
ntn approval. Let tho 'personal'
-ifaii came off at once and wo beg
leave to suggest pick axes
i tho weapons and a dark
room with no seconds pros-
Mr. Chas. Allen of Onklnad
ha volea enough instructed for
him to insure his nomination oe
tioater on the first ballot lie is a
first-class man and will do doubt
male a goud floater.
What the outcome of the con-'
gressional fight will be no one
known. It is predicted hr that
as Col- Gresham has a decided ma
jority he will lo nominated and
that Mr. Lane will wait two years
and Ihen succeed Col. Green am.
These conventions will ha held
at tho pavilion of the Schuetverion
so tho delegates can keep cool and
have plenty beer etc. close at
SquireTownsend is holding his
regnlar monthly term of eonrt 'to-
day and as unual has considera-
ble business in his court.
Gen A P Bagby Wm Tilakeslec
It B 'Allen J II Itagsdale J P Ellie
and D A Paulns attended Justice's
conrt'in Sweet Home Saturday and
those who got nothing else got a
good dinner at Middlebrook'a hotel
where something good to ioat i al-
It has been tuggested that La-
vaca county should bo re-distvlcled
8 to her justice's court precincts
and that Yoakum and Sweet Home
should be put in the same precinct
as they are nearer together than
an- Shiner and Bweot Home.
Geu. A P Bagby nnd several
members of his family -returned
Sunday from Cuero whcio thxy
SJllHjmBBw8B8HHBiES aSuge'h'jCITG re rajyttmurn"td
iWSSSfV&&M for country
8oo jttfsTmvroTi beowh
' ' 8HDpfi?AHY.
beesf. MEN'S S BSD I
S wqe : ever trcadie.
1 Le-9h . JLS j-l W
rasrays in the Ivea.d!
Jf tJ R h KHi HarMa i
BREWED FROM THE BEST
HOPS HND MHLT.
J&4'IE AT THH ASANSAS iAS3;iU8MARK and PALACE SALOOKS.
M. K2CHTER General Agont.
B;f ' !
We haVehiEMmpollscl to douU(
ch makes it
luo ol AUarUMnjr.
During the last few months new
rude has been constantly coming to
l-ijiiiier. Farmers are dealing bote
who t ever traded here buforc and
tbeimproveiMPnts mide in onr little
m'r dnrinp thepat twelve mouths
in 'vei-y reapi-pt have been truly
li u'ibifjl The uttontinn of all
tli surrounc'.in' country is drawn
tiMiards fh ncr end everything
nts ti a iteady growth right
ii'nr.q 1 his shorn the value of a
gcod newfjiupsr. A patriotic
luroeluvliig paper devoted
to u s f.'iiude and home interests
W'I.jo the Gaskttb was founded
hi-i in th spring of '03. there was
a g eral trade depression here but
nine then the out-look has been
.ei.cV.y improving. The Gazettk
'1 i. ii. 4- claim to hare done all
1 l.i- good it believes it liao done
it's pari and intends to keep on in
thi gjud work.
En. roll fAzrTTB:
N"ivs items are almost as scarce
non I'Uys as hens' toeth and or)o
im in t porsaaded to draw upon
Ii i i tination in order to get .up
j.m.etning to-put in n latter. .
'i ne republicans held theircounty
coiiventlm horo on la.it Saturday
tin' ii d'd not amount to much.
'1 he hg frea barbocuo did not pan
i) ii vary well and some of the
viO' trv darkies claim that th.e
"town coons' Rot tlie benefit of
v Iih' little there was. Delegates
vei I'lected to the slatftconvepttOn
n i it S JenkinB was indorsed for
f tei It whe decided lo post"
l n-i eadorsir.tt a county ticket
in m i. ffn-- 'ith at which time
i ii "lifts n il have r.onjinstcd
i . i k.i ilia thfv .an thrill
improved in health.
ft. Aronshn has roturntd to Aus-
tin where he v.ent to present to
present to Governor Hogg tbo pe
tition askina for the pardon of
Moi Steiner. This wat one of the
strongest petitions over presented
am! it is nopea inai u-ov. juagg
will r' rv the requests of tho p-
To-night at Elatcer'a hall the
'District School'' will bo presented
by local talent for the beneiltof tho
I) A Panlus and J W Itagsdale
have formed a partneshlp nnd will
after August first practice law together.
Kowcotyon l).'i's begun to come
in ond.itho Receipts are ex-
pected" la'.biw 1'caBt 23 per 'day ht-
fpre.ehd of Iho week.
' Mr.& L. Beutiett will buy teed
Uore far lue Natloh Oil Co ofHoUB-
to'n. i'here will alto be huying fer
bther companies and with the oil
Vv Agent for the
Brenliam Marble' Works
Owned by .laeggli & Martin. Give him your orders.
PTFf MTC O house sign ;'&
I r-l ill jr u and buggy ;v
pailltlllg AND TAPER HANGING A SPECIALTY.
IT DOEMffi) Cotton to
i TinriMinwiifl a
us wUmpurnffnHfacuities or -. -
else SheaKjTOffiBpro.wrjcnts -stxT? (? S?? C! . 'Jad''
MK ?x mil j6i; A'A ?ft " tin?) &-
Please foM s ahout &' Q k T-fMlW " I
CottirVfc!s Other ar- tO i&iaui&iflV' J? 000 j Ml
n.iifis l-rvi 'A m
n8ht 1 W I
S. Ww' .
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Highest market price paid for cotten eoed. 'Capacity of Gin HO
per 2-1 bows All the latest improvements in machinery. Gin
and oil works lighted'by eleotricty. Cotton; reccivod day and
MOULTON. . TEXA!
Ill interoft tlireadert 'Fr at
ad a urrfblo P&ln WtlXl
iQ aimogi jaCT'JeQoii7x.
urtiiiri iMii nifpn-ut 1 innuu
to pit up In bed and .Twjlcli ai from ray b utm
on a: time
had uo appetite
(f ull breath.' i rouidn
tli help ol NoWtWearo
Thoro Wflfi infeuUxiirJot ODDTCsalOQ
ffbi e.fi-fel.1 tit iir.iw n.
'tsweevi room wlui
ivfji-Ilearo Cure all
out Hlttlnj;qownt&naiJrMUnELlJuh V1A1K
iJoa m tiw neinpi Kowwiearo vji
UWCI i.uMitJu.iM m. m v f ftroltmaiimhiippJ'iaT;X never teprci
mill heie. cDiapelUien.for eed bids JV "1'ASwgh
...... . I-"-. '::.::L.t-;ni-:.':Yi7..Y-innii
In effect !nlajMOjir.toiltrulyMMvel-
uua IsfMsurpasmSJoDViotMoruicaiolue I
fair to ha lively- Mike.
WTftTT'-?"' lmyniiWM " iwtwMIIUBM.
KlCtiSSt Hooor-Voirld'4 S3aU.
ure all that
nftottir'itrvt T liftil tftkeQ
My qocwm wjrati R"1 " "4l" iv11!. .Wtt?
liotu dlawumcM nurlfiJssustfd. My hubana
bought mo abuttta ptDrMflns Row Heart
amey s a
Is where all the people go.
Fine Whiskovs Liquors Beer and Cigars.
'Jin ra J
mj ja. f.
saloon and dance hall.Oood music.
ine whiskey beer and cigars-
Tit. Mihii- KVw I !;. nnwv U JuMil an a. nn.1-
tlvo guar.uit9by all druaffiwl. or by tbo lr.
UUC9 McfiicalOofKIltbaTt. ina on receiptor
crico ti per pohw ai uomss n oxpress pro-
liatd. Tbi3tfi;waliocoTcryby au rolnen.t
itpculalLit jffIieart"0LQ5ffi? tot talus uolthor
QpiaUK UW! WtinBS wvueMJt no'
Thi iconcorKoSagmftfiic lantern
;ht for the
as well at-
MOST PEUFFCT MADE.
A pure Grp- C s m ci Ts t jr Powder Tree
fccm Artittionu Alur.i 0! aoy other adulterant.
40 YtA"i THE 5TANDMa
A ball lS
an in town
- i- -
Juno i!hd 3rd the S A & A P Ry
will sell round trip tickets from
Shjper to Corpus Chrietl PtOck-
port Aransas Pasa and Portland at
$3.25. Thin rale is to be usei every
Saturday and Sunday tickets to lie
limited to font days from date of
sale. These tickets are not good to
etop over enroiite nor will they be
honored for'retur'n.pasage short of
their destination; ' -Tho return -por
lion rari"jt'ue stamped and signed
by tho rtjjent at destination before
it will bo "hononu -for return trip;
ami under no circumstances will
tho limit im'sarao he extended.
On accounV of the Summer Nor
mal Schools July 3rd to Anjust 3rd
located on pur lino as well 3 other
Texa lines tho'S A4Ap wU
tickets on the cettiflcate plan.
. Cluis. Welhatiseai
.. 'wr 4.i
. ! X.
GENERAL BAKING ikv COL-LECTINQ-
Deposits Received' ''and Vaia on
to All ForeigD
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Ward, C. W. Shiner Gazette. (Shiner, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 5, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 26, 1894, newspaper, July 26, 1894; Shiner, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth111971/m1/4/: accessed April 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .