The Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 8, 1898 Page: 3 of 4
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One Car o
s inquire at
3 sorry to note that Mr.
r is confined to his bed
ipernong wine is rich
Try a bottle.
. "At Sengelmann Bros.
s finkenstien of Fla-
yisiting the writer's
ie new store (Proetzel
• every thing in the dry
' " ' s Forres returned from
brothers family at
r Levey, high grade
t P. Yeager and her two
aughters, of Flatonia,
; friends here and at
. _. _. k.
cold drinks at Wil-
you can get the worth
and the chil-
Mr, C. Stoffers, one of Flatonia's
oldest and most, prominent busi-
ness men was elected mayor at a
special election held there Tues
day. ^ J'' > >
If the deople of Schulenburg and
surrounding countrv want a good
natural mineral water, that does
what is recomended, they want to
try Carrizo Springs Water.
The Sticker is sorry to note that
C. F. W. (Fadding) Helmcamp, is
quite ill at Swiss Alp, at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. Max Nau-
Wfcen you go to Flatonia don't
fail to visit Wm. Fritsche the fash-
ionable boot and shoe maker. A
fine assortment of hand made boots
and shoes always in stock.
Read the letter from Capt. W.
W. Walker, in another Bpace in
this issue and you will find that
the newspapers are not exaggerat-
ing the conditions existing among
Dr. H. C. Zigler, of Borden, the
dentist had the misfortune to lose
his dwelling and everything in it
by fire about 7 o'clock p. m. last
Sunday a week ago.
Sergeant Joe Turner, of troop G,
1st Regitfaent, Texas Volunteer
Cavalry, stationed at Fort Sam
Houston, San Antonio, was here
the past week visiting home folks.
Joe said that nearly all of the boys
would like -to be mustered out since
there is no fighting to be done.
There will be a big feast at El-
>r on September 18th. Prorni-
Death of Paul Breymann Sr.
Although not unexpected Mr.
Paul Breymann, Sr., breathed his
last, Sunday morning at 3 o'clock.
His illnes was of several months
standing and latterly he lingered
between life and death, with no
hope of recovery.
He died in his 52d year and in
bis death Schulenburg lost a citizen
who was popular and enjoyed the
highest respect and esteem of the
whole community. He was a man
who had many friends and
no enemies. Paul Breymann was
a model man, generous to a fault.
His liberalty extended far beyond
the knowledge of >even his best
friend. No man, no matter how
poor could corae to Paul Breymann
and ask for anything, but what he
received it cheerfully.
Paul Breymann was born in 1846,
in Jutricban at Zerbst in Anhalt-
Dessau, Germany. He came to
this country in 1871 and first settled
in Baltimore, Md., later he moved
to Galveston and also lived at Hous-
ton until 1878 when he came to
Schulenburg and established him-
self in the drug business, being one
of the first in that line. On Oc-
tober 7th, 1876 he was married to
Miss Anna Carlson, who, with an
interesting family; Paul, Ebeth,
Marie and Freddie survive him.
The funeral took place at 4:30 p.
m. Sunday, under the auspices of
the A. O. U. W. lodge of which he
was a charter member, and was
followed to the grave by one of the
largest concourse of sorrowing
friends, ever witnessed in Schulen-
burg, Weimar, Flatonia, Shiner,
Columbus and various other towns
To the bereaved the St;
/. £ CLARK, M. D.
Diseases of women and chil-
dren a specialty. Strict atten-
tion to calls both night and
day. Office is at my
Dr. C. C. Matthews,
Physician & Surgeon.
(^ate of New Orleans.)
Office over R.A. Wolters' store. Residence
—the old Hoeffert home. Consultation free
Hemorrlboida, Rheumatism and fe-
male diseases a specialty.
SCHULENBURG, - - - TEX.
J. F. WOLTERS.
John A. Kerr.
Wolters & Kerr.
Will practice in State and Federal
office over first nat. bank.
NEIL L. McKINNON,
Abborr>ey ab Law apd
Will practice in State & Federal Courts.
Office in Proetzel Building,
I. X. Livery and Feed Stables,
Men Meet all Trains.
Buy, sell and Exchange Horses.
of real good
F. C. Wolters.
, or Daug-
f; - ytv. •
Broa, in the
_ -ftpr of"
and had the Sticker
foodie, at Quincy,
Weimar last Thurs-
reek's pleasure vis-
will attend the
ty at Austin the
under glass, at sacrifice at Frank
A complete line of Trunks, iron
covered from $1.65 each upwards
at Frank Young's.
Lamp Chimneys 5c each at Frank
Glass Tumblers 20c set at Frank
Calico 4c a yard at Frank Young's.
See the Bargains in tin and en-
amelled Ware at Frank Young's.
5 Lead Pencils witn Rubber, for
§c at Frank Young's.
Percales, 36 inpfreg wide 6c a
yard at Frank Young's.
Jean Pants, 50c a Pair at Frank
Bleached Domestic, yard wide
4*c a yard at Frank Young's.
2 cakes Toilet Soap 5o at Frank
ly of the New Text
on hand. Ex-
will be done. Notice,
for cash only.
stepping so high.
Ithe cause for it. a
constable had arrived at his
past Grand IVfaster
" A. O.U.W. lodge
past week working up
for this lodge. He
about eightf or nine new
of Miss Sel-
GpJiy at Col-
in this issue the name of Mr. J.
E. Baker as a candidate for
the ofiic9 of district clerk of Fay-
ette county appears Mr. Baker hav-
ing been the deputy in this office
for many years, he is not a strang-
er to the duties of this office and
being thoroughly competent he is
a strong man in the race. If elect-
ed he will make, as in the past a
faithful and efficient public ser-
Miss D. I. Pegg just returned
from St. Louis and will be with
Miss E. M. Jordan & Co until
about the 15th, of Oct. Miss Pegg
wag wit)} us last season and the
ladies of Schulenburg will know of
her ability as a first class Millinery,
she comes with the latest Novel*
ties of Fall and Winter Hats.
Sheet Music & Musical
Max Wolters, of
ner and Ad. Stahl, of Sweet
Home, were here Sunday to attend
Mr. Breymann's funeral.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to enpress our heart-
felt thanks to all the ladies and
gentlemen who rendered us such
kind assistance during my hus-
band's illness; also to Mr. Jos.
Berger, for the beautiful address %t
the grave, #
Mrs*. Paul Breymann, and family.
Mr. John Swatik, 126 Cornell
str., Chicago, suffered with intense
pain in his right arm for fully six
months and could get no relief
from physicians whom he .callfed
upon. His condition growing worse
every day he decided to try Seve-
ra's St. Gothard's Oil and Rheu-
matic Cure. The pain ceased in a
very short time, and Mr. Swatik is
working again and feels happier
than ever. His testimonial will
be published in Severa's
a copy of this elegant almanac dis-
Sever a's' St. Gothard oil is
known everywhere as the prompt-
est pain soother in rheumatic and
neuralgic pains. Price 50c.
Nearly every day brings us let-
ters about the wonderful results ef-
fected by Sever'a Balsam of Life.
Whoever is suffering from consti-
pation, indigestion, pain in the
stomach and headache, will be
greatly benefitted by taking Seve-
ra's Balsam of Life.
prioe 75*cent8. .
W- F. SEVERA. Man'ft'rirtg Pharmacist.
Cedar Rapifls, Iowa.
Severa's Family Remedies are
for sale by all druggists.
I carry the most com-
plete line of hardware and
mill supplies, belting, hose
and packing, pumps, wind-
mills and Oils of all kinds.
MY PAT. RIM GALV- Cistern
* I buy for cash and sell at
a living profit.
H. P. SCHAEFER.
Prompt attention given to calls at all hours, day or "hight.
E. BAUMGMTEN & Bill).
Successor to John □ltmanns.
Choicest Line of Imported and Domestic
Liquors, Wines and Cigars in the City.
Your Patronage Respectfully Solicited.
I can supply anj
llshed. A speciatt
arj(J rww. 01c
piece of music pub-
•made of fline violins,
instruments taken in
line of strings fo* Violin,
Violoncello, Doable Bass,
Mandolin, Guitar, Banjo,
Concert Zither, etc.
Mail Orders Promptly Filled.
Write for Catalogeo. Give me a Trial.
Fine Instruments Sold on the
2Bir flatten permit alien fiefcen
rennben meineg 9Kanne8, welc^e
o jal)trei(§ antnefenb njaren, um
bie te&te (Sfyce ju erweifen,
unferen §erAticfjften ®an! ab, fth
bie freunbltcbe Sljeilnabme.
g-rau a ulSBregmann,
NEW BUSINESS IN TOWN.
Pavlicek Bros-, of Engle.
Among the enterprises that have
been called into life lately is the
new store opened up in the Proetz-
el brick corner, by Messess. Pavli-
oek Bros., two young and enter-
prising business men of Engle, who
will keep a fall stock of Dry Goods,
Groceries, tin and crockery ware
and will also buy country produce
and pay highest prices for it.
Ballard's Snow Liniment is the
most penetrating Liniment in the
world. It cures pain and inflam-
mation of all kinds quicker than
anv other known remedy. Price,
SOc, Kveyy bottle guaranteed.
For sale at P. Breymann, 4
We are authorized to announce
the name of Mr. G. Seydler of High
Hill, as a candidate for the offtce
of, pofflryjissicjiier pf beat 4. Mr.
Seydler has consented to run only
upon the solicitation of his many
friends. Having seryed in that
capacity before he is perfectly
familiar with the duties of that of-
$pe and will no douty give good
There is no remedy equal to
Herbine for the cure of constipa-
tion, sick headache, indigestion,
vertigo, loss oi memory, uncertain
appetite, unrestful sleep or skin
eruptions. If you want a perfect
tonic for the liver. Herbine will
not dissappointyou. For sale at
P. Breymann. 4
Notice is hereby glyen to all in-
debted to us that settlement must
be made by September the 20th.
Those accounts and notes not settled
by that date will be turned over to
our lawyers for collection. This is
positively the last notice and those
who will not heed it must stand the
Emil Baumgarten & Bro.
OPENING BALL POSTPONED.
Will Take Place Sunday Night, Septem-
ber !!tb, 1898.
On account of the death of Mr.
P. Breymann, the Opening Ball,
which was to have taken place last
Sunday was postponed and will be
held at Turner hall, next Sunday,
Sept. 11th. Good music will be
fbrni8hed. The public in genpra}
is cordially invited to attend.
The cut and fit of the Buckskin
BREECHES alone, make them
better than any other jeans pants.
When you consider good wear and
workmanship, then these pants are
so much better than any other
make that they'd be cheapest even
if they cost double as much as the
common goods. Best of it is they
cost the saine fts poor pants.
The Catholic school began Mon
day with a good attendance. The
Schulenburg public school will be
gin Monday 12th. All children
who will intend should nQt forget
to be on hand to-morrow at 9 a. m.
for the purpose of arranging mat-
Any style j]?6e, in toe or otherwise, for men, or ladies
made on^Jn notice. Nothing but the best material used.
Repair work of Every Description
tteatly and Promptly done.
OFF«C« IS ONE DOOR
SOUTH OF STElNdtKUBEN
JOHN H. SL0MA,
Cash paid for
Notary Public and Steamship Agent.
Flatonia, - -. Texas.
FRED W. SM1DTH,
J. Li. ©penary,
Contractor & Builder,
Will take pleasure in
Estimating on your work.
Violin, Violin Cello, Mandolin,
Flute, Clarionette and all Brass In-
struments. For further particulars
Apply at Frank Young's Store.
For Somethiug Fine
in the Liquor line try
Lick Run at Schumann's.
We Are Gaining
new customers every day.
The result of this is, that they
are becoming convinced that
we are selling goods cheaper
than any store m town. We
can do this as we buy and sell
for cash only. We have no
On sale from June 1st to Oct. 15 1898, to Oma-
ha, Neb. round trip tickets at rate of $46.70.
Account Mississippi Valley Medical Ass'n., at
Nashville Tenn,, Oct. 11 to 14, 98 tickets will be
sold on certificate plan which la one and one
third fare for round trip,
Aqcount Sunday School and Epworth League
Convention and district conference Houston dis-
trict at Richmond 8ept 9 to 14th, round trip
tickets will be on sale Sept, 8 and 9th, good for
return till Sept, 15?h, at one and one third fare.
Acc't Christian church disciples oi Christ an-
nual convention Chattanooga, T«nn, Oct 13 to
21st, 1898 round trip, tickets will he on sale Oct,
10 and Uth, good for return tlU Oct,24th, atone
Aoc't Improved order of red men Great Coun-
cil of the United States at Indianapolis Ind, Sep,
12 to 17th tickets will be on sold on certificate
plan which makes round trip rate one and one
Tickets are now on sale to Sour
Lake at 4 cents per mile for round
trip, good for 30 days from iate of
On account of National Ass'n. of
Merchants and Travelers meetings,
Chicago, Sept. 14 to 21st, and Nov.
2 to 9th, round trip tickets may be
had at one and one-third fare. See
agent for particulars.
nsk to run. Call on us before, .
buying and see the difference. We received a copy of the N. Y.
H Oraf & Co i Journal of Sept. 1st from Capt.
L_— . ' ! Walker, giving full details of the
ret the Opening Ball horrible condition of the soldiers
IBBfl j returning; from Santiago.
(Successor to J, 0- Windel.)
Cotton yard in the rear
of Horner's store.
Hall's Great Discovery
One small bottle of Hall's Great
Discovery cures all kidney apd
bladder troubles, removes gravel,
cures diabetes, seminal emissions,
weak and lame backs, rheumatism,
all irregularities of the kidnev and
bladder, in both men and women.
If not sold by your druggists will
be sent by mail on receipt of $1^
One small bottle is two mouth's
treatment and will cure any case
W. Hall, Sole Manufacturer.
P. O. Box 218, Waco, Te
Sold by H. Grube, Schulc
Cuero, Texas, July 19,
This is to certify that 1 hi
Hall's Great Discovery for kidi;
trouble in my tamily, and
it to give perfect satisfaction,
cheerfully recommend it.
Go to Pavij
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The Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 8, 1898, newspaper, September 8, 1898; Schulenburg, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth189992/m1/3/: accessed April 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Schulenburg Public Library.