The Refugio Review. (Refugio, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, August 24, 1900 Page: 2 of 4
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R. & Clarkson,
plans and estimates
furnished on application.
Refugio, -o- Texas.
■$••?• Joseph ••••*$<
■•■ * ■'■ Foot and Shoe Maker t j
Repairing neatly done
BOOTS AND SHOES
MADE TO ORDER.
LOWER MAIN St.
Hike O’Donnell, Prop.
Refugio, -x- Texas.
First Door East of First Nat’l Bank.
— > iMAS,
Your team well fed and eared Lar&e Sample Room
[>r at reasonable rates by the
[a.v, week or month.
To The PEOPLE.
b'you want a smooth shave,
An artistic hair cut or a
and hair tonic, Call on
W. E. BELL,
TONSORIAL * ARTIST
J. D. SLutryf jj
Subscription $1.00 a YeaInce.
Entered at the postoffice ae.i0
Texas, as second-class mjgr ?
FRIDAY, Aug. 24j)0.
- . ......... The following rate be
Long Distance Telephone Office. ehar£'efJ candidates forian.
nouneements in the Rei
District Offices \ 00
County Offices joo
for the fine of Ramon Cabasos— ) T P MoCampbell, Pres. R R Stout, Vice-Pres. W B Campbell, Cashier
A"—-L-- -e — - j-ii- . a T-. J. B. MoCampbell, Assistant Cashier.
Livery and Feed
• — PROPRIETOR.-
twenty-fivc dollars—said Ramon
Cabasos having been released af-
ter serving ten days in jail and
making affidavit of his inability
to pay such fine
Quarterly report of J. H. M.
Ryals county judge, of fines and
costs collected, approved.
Quarterly report of J. D. Autry
J. P. Prect. No. 1, approved.
Quarterly finance statement of
Eug. Low, county clerk, approv-
Commissioner E. Peets was au-
thorized to contract with a me-
chanic for the construction of a
wooden bridge across Chocolate
creek, on the Refugio and St Ma-
rys road. Lumber recently pur-
chased by said Peets, by order,
of this court, to be used and cost L. A. MAETZE&BRO.A
w a trjjjpmTTLs VProps.
©itemized in 1891
The First National Bank
OF GOLIAD, TEXAS. 0
CAPITAL STOCK f50,000.00.
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS #25,000.00.
-Your Business Solicited. Satisfactory Service Guaranteed-
T. P. MoCampbell,
J. S. Ragland,
Board of Directors
LL R. Stout, T. C. Heard,
W. B. Campbell.
KNK Of UrOL-175D.
Terms: CflSR IN of construction not to exceed for- f' ^Ev/^cf)^
Feeding and boarding a specialty
_Board per DAY F0R HOKSE 30cts.
Team to Refugio and return #4
Located at Old Walton Stables,
North Washington Street.
Beevilie, Texas. Phone 33
C. B. COCHRAN & San.
UWholesale and Retail Dealers In «
of handling heavy goods, such as
WTnr™ F,3Ur 0ats 0rn and Bran
JtEEvriXE; BOUGHT AM) SOLD
The court as a board of equali-
zation, having examined the tax
rolls for Refugio conuty, Texas,
for county judge
We are authorized to ann,
W. L. RE y runs iur iufiugiu cunuLy, idAttr*,
as a candidate for election J 0f Jor the year 1900’ l)1‘el)are<1 h.Y
flee of County judge at thetfnn C. F. Leiseriiig, assessor, and
in November. ' timliniTunmn lalia ..r.rmnf
G- P. ROGERS.
^SADDLES And HARNESS.
If llien^T «!;'? °f SaTe T,eeS ,U‘d
Orders by mail filled prompt! v fuaraatee satisfaction,
favors, I solicit a continuance of^
^• I*. Ziugc/io
W. W. Denham Sc Co.
gbrs. simpsen, ?viana
I hereby announce myself fcan.
didate for re-election to the! Gf
County Judge, and respectfulLr
he suffrage of the people at' En-
suing Novenmber election. L
para esta puesto me anunomo
r eSto/ria reeie“io» r-
»o icit ,a° f0’ Y resP®‘o®nte
sohcito el veto de todas mi5on-
ciudadanos en la proximo elect de
Noviembre. j. H M.
FOIi district and county <iRK.
We are authorized to announ
offloeofmf- i°r the
FOR SHERIFF and tax COLLtOR.
We are authorized to announc
D- S. POX
as a candidate for re-election t the
office of Sheriff and Tax Collecfcr at
the ensuing November electiont
We are authorises to announi
F. A. JOHNSON '
finding same to be correct, it is
ordered that said tax rolls be
Quarterly butcher’s report of
J. E. Toups, approved.
Quarterlh report of fines and
costs collected by D. S. Fox,
Quarterly report of Eug. Low
county and district clerk, ap-
The county bonds of this coun-
ty, to be called Refugio County
Bridge Bonds, for the erection of
a bridge across Mission river, as
per result of the recent election,
were ordered to be issued and
dated Sept. 10th, 1900, and to
be numbered consecutively from
one to six inclusive, for the sum
of one thousand dollars each.
The road and bridge tax of two
cents on the one hundred dollars
valuation, heretofore levied, was
appropriated to pay interest and
create a sinking fund on said
bonds for the current year, and
1 A Vi i j v is&rx?.1- .
•A. JOHNSON * bonds for the current year, and CS^ll , j a.
flee of Sheriff and Tax Collector,^ Ifi^cRloIIars vulnotiAnuo. I -SAJI TIf%U gOO d/gOQClS.at
the ensuing November election.; ? tTOlIais \ aluation was levied ........................REASONABLE PRICES
for years hereafter whil* «nia *r^.; _ ^ _ • i_* 1 ..............
- :-°-- TEXAS.
H Dealers In tt
Furniture of every description,
Including Bed Springs, Matresses, Window Shades, Camp Cots
Sewing Machines, Hammocks, Folding Beds, etc. etc. ’
Also a full line of Coffins and Caskets which may be
had at all hours, day or night.
4l- Satisfaction guaranteed. •!<■«
-FRANk' IFF TV IT'D T>„----___
We are authorized to announce
G. W. MOSS
as a candidate for election to the of-
fice of Sheriff and Tax Collector at
the ensuing November election.
FOR TAX ASSESSOR.
We are authorized to announce
C. F. LEISERING
as a candidate for re-election to the
office of Tax Assessor at the ensuing
-FRANK JECKE1I, Proprietor.-
FINE WINE, LIQUOR, CIGARs.
Billiard Hall. “^a
Refugio, —«•- Texas.
We are authorized to announce
as a candidate for election to the of-
fice of County Treaurer at the ensuing
OUr GOGGAN PIANO.
Embrace everything that a thirty-two years experience with
lexas clnrmte would suggest, and for the price and terms it is sold
3n, it has no superior and we doubt if an equal. Both in tone
hmshand quality it is fully warranted, and we back the instru-
ment by our reputation. Besides the Goggan, we still handle and
carry in stock 10 distinct makes of pianor in different styles., com-
prising the world s leaders. We can furnish a Stein way, Chicker-
mg, Knabe, Weber or Emerson as low and on as easy payment as
they can be purchased anywhere- Don.t pay Commission agents
strangers and half progt men #400 and #500 for unknown boxes
when you can get a standard first grade piano for that money.
J arties selling goods on commission or on half the profits ha ve
no regular price for the boxes they sell. The more thev o-et the
more profit there is to divide. Purchasers of pianos woulddo well
to hesitate before placing their orders for unknown makes of Pia-
nos with strangers, commission agents and half profit men. We
handle the world’s best productions in Pianos and we handle the
cheapest pianos likewise, but remember we warrant everythin»• we
sell and can always be found to make our warranty o-ood ^You
run no risk in buying a piano from us. We will give you better
value lor your money than you can get anywhere and sell von on
easy payments WITHOUT NOTES. J 011 on
Thos. Goggan & Bros.
E. D. Clarkson,
tt Dealer In it *
Drugs, Chemicals, Toilet Articles,
Stationery, Blank and Memo-
randum books, Paint Stuffs,
© Harvester Oil and Gasoline, e 0
Refugio, «((((X)»))) Texas.
^ The H01101 able Commissioners
Court of Refugio county met in
regular session on Monday Aug.
13th, 1900, at the court house
in Refugio. Present: J. H. M.
Ryals, county judge, presiding;
Commissioners O. Mitchell, J. r’
Warburton and M. West, Sr •
Eug. Low, clerk, and D. S. ’ Fox,
sheriff, when the following pro-
ceedings were had and done, to
Upon application of J. Reilly,
a contract heretofore entered in-
to by and between said Reilly
and this court, for grading the
Refugio and Victoria road at
and near St. Nicholas Lake, was
was declared null and void on
account of the unusual rain fall
having rendered the construction
of such grades impossible for an
Ordered by the court that J.
Reilly be allowed seven dollars
per thousand for hauling lumber
now at St. Nicholas lake and
and placing same in the court
house yard at Refugio.
Santonis Salico and Mrs. Al-
bert Kramer having moved oit
of the county, the court orderi 1
the pauper allowenee of both di1
Quarterly report of D. S. Fo:
tax collector, approved.
Ordered that J. D. Autry, J. P.
Prect. No. 1, be allowed cr-v|t
foi* years hereafter while said
bonds are outstanding. The
county treasurer was authorized
to take charge of said bonds
pending their investigation b.y
the attorney general, and upon
the approval of same to negoti-
ate their sale.
The court contracted with I. If
Snow for the construction of a
bridge in ‘-Joe Doughty's sully”
on the Bee vi lie and Refugio road
and Commissioner M. West was
authorized to seceive same when
Fannie Miller (col.) was allowed
two dollars and fifty cent per
month as a pauper.
R. C. Hayden & Co., posts for
court house yard, #2.40; Refu-
gio Review, publishing proceed-
ings of court, #25.00; J. Reilly,
grading public road near San
Antonio river bridges, #300.00;
J. H. YL Ryals, county judge’s
aeot. as exofficio Supt. Pub. Inst,
#60.00; E. D. Clarkson, drug bill
for prisoners and paupers, #10.35
Rodriques, Ruiz, Cisnero, Rimm,
Garcia, Travino and Ferova., for
work on public road, each #1.00;
Maverick, Clark Litho. Co., sta-
tionery, #75.00; Len Dunmann,
repairs on bridge on bridge on
Beeville road, #1.25; T. C. Heard
merchandise aect., #4.41; F. P.
Mar berry, merchandise account,
#16.25; J. E. Warburton, road
supervising, #3.00; Victoria Co.,
lumber for bridge, #4.00; Eug.
Low, Co. clerk’s aect., #2.50; D.
S. Fox, sheriff’s acct.* #43.20; C.
F, Leiseriiig, postage on the tax
rolls, #1.18; J. Low & Son, mer-
chandise aect., #.55; E. Peets,
road supervising, #3,00; O. Mit-
chell, road supervising, $3.00;
C. F. Leisering, advance on tax
rolls for 1900, #200.00; .7. H. M.
Ryalr, O. Mitchell, M. West, Sr.,
and J. E. Warburton, commis-
sioners per diem, each, #12.00;
E. Peets, commissioners per diem
There being no further business
court adjourned Thursda y, Aug
Drafts issued on all parts of the world.
The accounts of the public respectfully solicited
MflETZE, LiEVl 8t PETTUS.
STAPLE And FANCY
Fruits, Hardware, Tinware, etc.
Constantly Receiving All Kinds Of Fresh Goods.
E. H- ROlnZOLD.
BERCLAIR, ........................: ...X.
HOUSE aND SIGN PAIK TING,
*,* Plaii? V
and Decorative Paper
Graining, Stenc ling, and Glazing.........
Estimates C ^eerfullg Giver? nr?d
Countrg Work Solicited.
Diamonds and Watches,
Jewelry and Clocks.
10 S’nf A C'.nIu,°if: r1 Send Of BOO*,.
GI\ E US A TRIAL AND \vE WILL TRY TO PLEASE YOU.
Work done at reasonable prices
Cohen Jewelry Qo.
oath Man? St. ooooooooooooooq Victoria, Texas
■^•Next Door To Postoffice.i^
A FULL STOCK OF SPHIN.i DRESS GOODS AND NOTIONS
INCLUDING ALL THE LATEST STYLES, "
........ .......................AND MORE TO COME.................L.
V e have also just received a beautiful line of Crockery.
Good Goods And Cheap
MRS. L. K, Rogers. Mngr. ED SEATON Pron
— - _ TEXAS.
J. E. TOUPS. Prop.
I will keep in the market,
First-class Beef, Pork, and Mutton.
n®" Be Solicit A our Trade and Guarantee Satisfaction, “ttt
Refugio, -o-- Texas.
F. O. DAVIS,
Wholesale and Retail
Beeeville Mattress Manufacturer
•f and General Repair Shop.
Upholstering a Specialty.
beevuue, -x _ TEXts
*J. LEVY. *
Drygoods, Boots, Shoes, Hats
^ Best line of shoes for the price, ever brought to the Mis*i<
In The Rogers Building, Refugio, Texas.
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Autry, J. D. The Refugio Review. (Refugio, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, August 24, 1900, newspaper, August 24, 1900; Refugio, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth849049/m1/2/: accessed December 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dennis M. O’Connor Public Library.