Shiner Gazette. (Shiner, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 4, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 4, 1895 Page: 8 of 8
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Invites Your Attention to tho Splendid' Liueof .
BHRGHINS IN CROCKERY.
Call and Buy a BUI of
Fresh Family Groceries
And luuo them Delivered at your door Free of Charge. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
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I'liltSONAL ANIJ CCS12UAL
C ill on lid I ili-man at his new
i mil at the t lines Bios liuildmjj.
ti.e cream uery other day at
A lull st ii.lv of perfumeries
ui-liir. tuilct cas3. cuiiil)-1 elation
belli) it bunks fancy toilet hi-
In and noti.in- ol ail k indi at
(Jiuii'ti drug stoie. Shiner Tex
Remember tb it Otto Hichter can
he your bubsuipUon for any
ttpu in the stale. See him at the
Poekctkniics Pipes Mil rors aud
good many other things very
jeap at J E MsRscouitaEu's.
Tho Aiansas Pass paloon was
i ickcd out at the lato fuo hut is
'Ik lead now for tho puiest and
r lilhkit- and best assortment
I i following biandb of whiky
'I. ransas Pi"b saloon: Old
sti r Cristal Spiing" Joel li
i it r K tueky Talor OldS.ir-
i i miii ei non J. II. Cutter
' i n Newport and Belle of
i .l i
' l i f lowing UK the brands of
i nl gars at the Aranbas Pass
j.i Ija C'obt'i. Ophelia. San
1 id Hit Tannics Sheiiffb Sale
1 iu Klein's Best and our
1 i MiaJo cigars of Mr. Louis
j i - tijldo i Hi and cigar. I'at-
i home industr).
il-1i nuts candies and a line
ufjcwelr.i at 1M Colemim's.
( 11 at Scydlorifc E.chuiburg'
i i nn thoi-c Buckeye Moweis.
L i received a good stock of
i.Jaloit Piiittand best cement
i .1 line ol white lcid mlxulaub-
i i unts and jiuio firm tar. Wo
furnish our customers with
u ni.li tar frei to srease his heels
1 mo tar pill every morning for
i i necks C L Williams.
Mi Wilks is in Pan Antonio
jo'iating fm the mcess.uy mi-
i iy for electric lights for the
i n ofShiner.
Get you a New
machine at wol-
i ova Bros.
Pelmrnbi-it. little boy is
c biHti at th1 viitu.g
FARMERS 1 1
Shiner is tho best aud cheap-
est placo to do your trading
Chas K IlolOhak has moved into
his new lioute.
Alfied Jungbocker is tending
bar at the Palace.
Julius Franks camo (low n from
Oakland lm week and while here
oulored tho Gazctti;.
All who attended our Fiicmen's
Celebration will unita in saying
lli.it wo litivo ono of tho best bands
in this country.
Postmaster Smith returned from
Mri Henry Alliens anil son left
Tuesday for San Antonio.
John Neimeycy is in San Antonio
Mrs J F Mittanck and Mis Chas
Pfeil are visiting in Cuero.
K. C. Seydler and F Wilks nro
in tho Alamo City this 'eek on
Mrs W F Wundcrlich is quito ill
of tho fever.
Mis Porter and daughtei ariived
Friday. Miss Poiter will oiganizo
a class in inuiic.
Friday was the hottest day a
have li.nl this ear. The themom-
etci stood in places 100 degiHes in
John Blaise camo up Friday cvo
from the Sap to spend Sunday with
his f imily.
Prof. Mair spent Sunday hero
returning to Yoakum Sunday ove.
Miss Tinnio Lieek letumed to
Mrs Chns. Iv. Holchak spent the
grtiler part of last week visiting in
Miss Alma Kuhitz of Flatonia
is the guest of Mr and Mia C I
Jaeggli this week.
Miss Xollio Laas. of Green Vine
was here last week visiting her
sister Mis. Seharnberg.
MUses Selmi Itichter and Annie
Ililljo of Weimar have been tho
guests of Mr and Mrs George Sey-
dler this last week.
About a month ago while Geo
Sejdlci ias in Cuero attending
couit lie wai bitten on the arm by
mosquito which he killed at the
time noting that it was an uniifl-
uully laige no. The pirt bitten
began swellineiand soon became as
soie as a boil aud is still very had
there being a lump as big as a
bird's egg. Cuero mosquitoes must
be bab citirens.
Ilent houfces are getting scarce.
0 T Dittmar will occupy the
Miller pioperty next to Soydler &
When you have visitors at your
house fiom a distance tell m about
it. Wo don't like to mUa Mich
Ilonry JJeimejer came up from
Mis i: C Deckard of Flatonia
visited M'rs. S F Nave Sunday.
Mis Geotge rieydler is visiting in
Gustave I.ueissen left Monday
fur Sin Antonio where his wife
is very ill.
Station Agent Youngs and A B
Dunn rejoice in the poesiion of a
boautiful now tablo in their ollioc.
Mrs Thomis Culpepper left last
Fiiday on a visit to fncndi and
relatives in Gonzales county.
Miss Anna Finkcnstein of Fla-
touip and Miss Lottio Bohne of
Cuero woro ths guests of Miss Hen
rietta Itichter laU week.
Frank lhifch camo up from
Misj Birtie Minton of Dilworth
pissed tluough here Thurday on
her way to Cameron.
Chas. K Holchak has purchased
the Ilolloway pioperty and has
moved in this week. The purchase
prico wan .$1000.
Tho City baibor shop is under
going fiutlior improvementb.Broth-
Koopko certainly has the best ehop
in tho county.
0 T Dittmar will move hoio from
Ehlinger with his family about the
0 J l'oilir section foreman on
Sap has leuted the Wolters prop-
erty near the Gazkttc ofiice.
L Wagencr antt Joe Ondrej were
too siek to come to down Monday
Dr Schamberg's baby boy is also
Wm Green leaves this week for
tho Indian Territory whcio the
firm of Flntoifc Green is shipping
cattle to Kansas City.
Wo aro jequested to state that
one of our most popular young dry
goods clcrkv was wailing on a
young lady the othar day. She
puichascd 9 yards of cloth and the
young man being tomporaraly
blinded by the light in her eyes
laid tho i) yauls to ono side and
wrapped up the remainder of the
piece sumo 33 yards and handed
it to her. The pad part of tho affair
U that tho head of the firm charg-
ed tho young man for the 2G yards.
Dr. Eidson loft for Corpus Chi isti
Sunday and was followed by his
family Tncbday. The writer and
w ife go Wednesday.
HNFIatoandi; J Mcirem of
Flatonia were here Sunday.
Mrs Henry Yeager is much im-
proved by her sojourn at tho Santa
Hosa hospital in San Antonio.
Ed Gelnels returned Irom Wit-
Mis J P Rnhruann of Schulen-
burg was visiting Mr and Mrs E F
ltuhmann this last week.
Charlio Flato Jr. is assisting G
W Eschcnburg at the lumbet- office
during the absence of Sir Green
and Mr Flato in the Territory.
August Koepko now has one" of
the best equiped barber shops in
this pail of tho state. Ho will run
three chairs have first-class woik-
men and everything in the shop
will be ns neat as a piu.
Mrs Leo Hummel is isiting in
Flatonia this week.
Otto Muecke of Witting was in
town Sunday and stated that he
would probahly lemovo hero soon
with his family and go in business
with his brothor Charles.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Flato left
Sunday for Kansas City tov remain
about three months.
Miss Lydia Goodson of Sweet
Ho.lo was hero last week tho
guest of Mr and S J onngs.
SEYDLER AND ESCHENBURG.
Keep tho Largest and Best Assorted Stock of Goods in Shiner.
Wc hae a CompletcPtock of
pring uress s
a A Poticj V and Children's
LATEST STYLES OF MEN'S AND BOYS'
A complete Stock of shelf Hard-
wclrjauscr) C (So. ijirjcp Yoxas.
Some fiuo Now Buggies just received and an addition put to tho
Stable yet prices aro lower than ever before.
Drummer turn-outs a Specialty.
JOHN HAItWOOD Piop!"" SHINER TEXAS.
Mr Clifford relieves Mr Delany
as section foreman here. Mr. De
lany will moyoto Houston
Sullivan the lineman has been
hero this week doiug some work in
Gregor Reitz of Vox Populi. was
i isititii: Mr Richard Windel here
this week icturning homo Friday.
Miss Addio Beasley of Yoakum
and tho Queen ot Hoso No. No. J
was the guest of Miss Annie Koch
Miss Heta Rose ol Weimar wob
tho guest of Miss Henrietta Richter
L M Kokemot lost ono of hU
fine black match horses Tuesday
ni.'ht. Thev weio diivcn to tho
picnic Tuesday and were probably
ovei-heatcd on the way home.
TUrmk'Hsoda w.iterf.tctory is in
full running order. It is in charge
of T J Burkett.
Excursion tickets on sale from
Moulton and Shiner July 3rd lim-
ited to July Oth to CoipU3 Christi;
.2.75 round tiip.
Lea Brothers of Muscoge I. T.
and Ben Bruthers of Slayden aio
the guests of Mi. and Mrs. Wm.
Green this week.
0. J. Poitei section foreman at
this place has removed his family
to Shiner and will bo a permanent
resident of our city.
R Waters came down from
Miss India Bailey of Stonewall
was the guest of Mrs Wm Green
Tho negro who was killed at
Englo by Deputy Sheriff Nitsch-
maunlast Friday is said tm be Sam
Roekins beyond a doubt as a Mr
Vrazel who knew of neral old
scales that RockinB should har
had identified him by thoco same
scares. Sam Roekins was sentenced
to be hung in Lavaca county lr
jeirs ago but efcaped and waa
never captured. He was then only
IS jeais of age.
Whilo at work at tho picnic
grounds last weak Aug. Jungerman
had his hand badly cut across tho
back. He has been laid up with
the wound last week.
SnaWo In Ills Shoe.
Whilo a number of farmers were
working nn the resident building
at tho Bunyes school house Satur-
day Louis Bender took off his
shoes and set them to ono sido
whilo ho mounted tho building
When ho got ready to go home ho
put on his shoes. They wero 11
veiy tight fit and Loui6 compl lined
that theio seemed to bo a lot of
dirt in ono of them so ho sat down
and pulled it off when out rolled
a giound snak" which measured 2
inches in length. The snake win-
mashed flat so couldn't bite t
was fun fur the boys but rough en
Frank Pngol is in Oakland.
John Harwood will run hacks to
the Turner grounds Thursday
Leave your oiders for fresh and
cheap fjrocerics at C I Jaeggli'e He
will tiy to please you.
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