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SATURDAY ....DEUEMBKR 8 .
Anetla Stage errlToe t 1 o'el-wk r. al San
Anient a Stage arrtvee at 13 'aloek Bath
Dally arrival. M alia northeall clou II 11 a
going weal, eloee at 1, a. at.
lniiealea.arrleae Tnendaye and Friday at ( r. a.)
loaree al a a. a. next morning.
A. Von Stain, F. M.
A errata for th l'r Prwi
Tk followlog gentlemen ara auluorlted to re
arjee and receipt for eubearlptloui to the Fata
ftM In Ihelr reepecilre localltiei:
A. Heaton, Ken,., . County a large.
Dailey Dailey, , Slrlngtowa.
X. Martlndala, Rarlladale. .
Mai. K. Nanca, Maintain City.
I. U Batemore, Cadar Valley.
W All paatmactera ara area authorltad agenta
HOME NEWS-
Subscribe Tor the Frbk Paras.
Tub cold term continues remarkably.
Send in your advertisements and no
tices for the ChriHtraas holidays. -
' Sek new notice of land for sale in
our Real Estate advertisement.
Bridges, of the Lockhart J?cho,
stands up (or the Great Western Well
Auger. Hope he may not get bored.
Thero was a steam boiler explosion a
few days since at New Braunfels and
n cotton gin burned in the vioinity.
Wk hear Re?. Mr. Wright, of Prai
rie Lea, spoken of as probably the
tiext Baptist minister of this place.
Something to read, good hooks, pa
lters, etc., always to be had at the Fats
1'ress office.
Fine sow and shouts for sale,
to W. J. Joyce.
Apply
C. H. Brkjus is prepared to furnish
his customers with groceries and ot'ier
iiierchuudise at bottom prices. Give
him a call.
Single copies of the Free Press,
with or without wrappers, for sale at
the office, five cents each. -
jIibmIm lor Mule
Improved and unimproved. Apply
to or address
C L. McGhee,
Sept. 1st tf. Sun Marcos,
It has been determined by the Meth.
odista to build a pnrsooalo near their
church io this place, and the necessary
steps are being takes ttf that end.
The Boerne RcgUter complains that
hogs opeuly perambulate the streets of
that town, as they do here in San Mar
cos, in utter disregard of the law.
Absent San Marcosians we believe
are generally arranging to spend the
Christmas holidays at home.
a, . ,
Advertisers should bear it in mind
that the list of the Free Press is on
the increase, and heoce that it is oon
tantly becoming proportionately a bet
ter medium for their favors.
Now is the time to decide what
newspaper and periodicals you will
take tor the coming year. You can get
the leading ones at reduoed rates by
dabbing with the Free Press. See
our Clubbing List in another coIumn
and make your selections.
See new prospectus of St Nicholat
in our columns. It is the uurivaled
young people's paper. We will order
it or club with it.
Notice In cousequence of our go
ing to press so muoh earlier than for
merly, advertisements intended to ap
pear the same week should be handed
in by Friday morning, at the Iatest,and
communications by Wednesday-
"That Girl op Mine-" A fresh
supply at the Free Press office- Also
Theo," a love story, by Miss Bui
nett, an'hor of "That Lass e Low
riei." 50 cents each-
We are glad to learn that another
-effort is about beiof mad to sect re a
pottoffice at Wimberly's Mill. On it
very much needed there, and if they
will go at it in the right Way, we Be
lieve they can get it.
The last issue wa hive received of
the ever popular Lakeside Library is
a handsome reprint of "A Terrible
Temptation," by Charles Reade.
Ws will send free of charge, if de
sired, the address of soy persoa wan
ing a large or small steam ower, to a
leading Baaafactarer of taa srticfe ia
Kew l ork.
' Pramt. '
Mr Crews bar. cone to Austin to
work. , " ' " '
Rev TS Garrett and family are visit
ing at this place ,r , ; , ,
Rev Mr Joyce jp tends removing soon
wan bis family to Begum.
Frank Maloce has gone on business
to the northern part of the State, to be
absent some weeks- ''
Mr Simon, one morning this week,
captured a blaok bass (here commonly
but improperly called trout) wbioh
weighod 5 J pounds. , ..
The gigantic Germnn tanner, Adolph
of the unprononceable curoame.is again
spending some time in San Maroos.
MM. M'Kie'and Dr. Woods attended
the late West Texas Methodist confer
ence.
A brother and nephew of our Mr
Mark ley have arrived and gone to house
keeping in this plaoe.. Ulad to see
some of the vsoant houses filling up
Will the Galveston iVetci please make a
not of it?
TraiButfrj f Heal Eatute .
Recorded in the month of November :
W. Vsugban to W. W. Haupt, 100
aors of Uervais league. $1.
J. J. Driskitl to K. P. Ellison, six
acres of Veremeadi league, $120,
W. J. Owens to County School Su
perintendent, twoaores on Rio Blanco,
Pi G. Hext and wife to S. L. Town
send, 330 acres, 11049- v
S. C. Nance to D. R. Cooreham, part
lot 6, blo:k 8, in Sun Marcos, fronting
on publio square, 1499 38. ,
Jss Nanoe' heirs per sheriff to Sarah
C. Nanoe. house and lot fronting on
public square. 5l6 71.
J. P. T. Fitshugh to F. Fitzhugh,
power of attorney.
A. G. Moore. Jr.. and W. L. F. A.
Ragun to W. O. Hutchison, undivided
half of land and land certificate, $100.
W. P. Owens and wife to Mary E.
Ivey, 1181 acres, part of T. G. McGehee
hendrigU, $900.
R. M. Caldwell to J. W. Herndon.
45 acres of the Chambers league, $200.
J. W. Herodoo to Peter Taylor,
sundry tracts of land, $4,300.
J. W. Herndon to J Anderson, land
in Williams cedar brake, $50.
Same to same, 45 acres of T. J.
Chambers lpamia. $631. .
Mary E. Carlton to J. II. Eastbam,
bond for deed to lots 5 and 6, block 1
Lindspv Haivev s addition. $62).
A. Fitoh to J. H. Combs and G. B.
kzcll. transfer of ncrsooal Dronerty.
C. G Montgomery to R. W. Lea-
vill. release.
O. A. Dane to J. H. Combs. 250
acres in Wilson county. Texas. $100.
State to B. C. Franklin, assignee of
V. (Jstrnnder, letters patent.
Robt. M. Franklin to John Hancock,
160 acres. $150.
J. W. Scott and wife to Jno. A
Graves, 246 acres, part of Charles Hen
derson len cue. $720. .
J. A. Graves and wife to R.W. Lea-
veil, ir.. Martha A. Leavell and Eliza
Mh S. Leavell. same land as above.
$3250.
James Thompson to Henry V. Mo-
Call, auit claim.
H. V. MoCiil! to Jackson Warner,
quit claim. .
S. D. Jackman to C. B. Donalsoo,
timber.
G. E. Esparza patent to 525 acres on
Onion Creek.
Sarah Glenn and others to J. M.
Derr and William Hunter, power of
attornev.
Jos. Robhins to Dsvid Lynch 200
acres on Plum Creek. $1,200.
A. B. Ivej and wife to D. R- Cocre
hrim. 64 acres of Chambers league,
$2,000.
D. R Cocrehsm and wife to A. B.
Ivey. 100 seres of the Van Horn sur
vey. $2,000.
O. A. Drane and J. K. Drane, deed
of partition.
CHRIS I MAS! CIIKISTJIAS!!
TOYS! TOYS 11 TOYS! II
T. P. Dailey & Bro.'shave open and
on exhibition, Germao, French and
American toys, comprising many new
and beautiful presents in brass, tim
iron, britannia, and selected with osre
and especially for the children and
yong people; a nice and useful pres
ent for old and young. Also a large,
stock of dolls, from the tiny babyto
"our pet; China cups and Mttcers,
mug, e.el boxes, China bores, work
boxes, silver vases, castors, masks sod
a great many other goods of this kind
for Christmas. Come one, cortie all
and see the beat stock of Christmas
goods ever opened in San Marcos.
Will have on exhibition the mechaon
al Negro Preaoher, who will preach a
series of sermons every day natil the
holidays ara over. Have also a large
stock of central merchandise, geat's
elothiog, ladies' dress goods, ootioos,
boots ettd shoes, hats. Ac SiO-, which
we offer st the very lowest prices to
suit the times.
Lire leading newspapers for sale at
this See.
Acknowledgments or Sobcrip-
tions. The following persons have
paid the sums opposite their names on
subscription to the Free Press dur
ing the month of November
W. D. Driskill, to Kansas,.....:. $1 00
Wells & Dunlap 2 W
O. L. McGehee 2 W
D. Hofheios... - 50
J. M. Kiuoaid .... i 2 00
F. M. Slipp, Illinois ,
Maj. Ilutouison, to Ya ........
1 25
2 00
1 00
2 (X
2 00
4 00
J. U. lloro, ...
John Scott ..
Judge Riohardsoo, Austin,.
H. P. Lanti. Dallas.
Mitchell Ac tiro., two OODies 4 00
Kaynolds & Daniel, 2 00
R. Martindale..
2 00
2 00
1 00
R M.Caldwell,.
R. Pierce, ...... ...
W. T. Goslin,....
75
2 00
St
Felix Kyle,..
J. H. Durham,......
W. H. Steele
S. W. Jaokson
55
2 00
1 00
2 00
J. 8. Truvis...
H. W. Chenoweth, to N. Y.,
75
2 00
J. L. Connally;.
H. A. toggios,
I 00
I. B. Donalsoi 2 00
tx r i
2 00
or roreyin .
w. B. Crocker
1 00
1 00
75
Rev. N. C. Killough......
Mrs. roage.,
Christmas trees are in preparation
at some of our churches.
Oatr Clubbla l.lst tt lsVS.
We are prepared to o!ub the Free
Press to new or renewing subscribers
with the following publications at the
rales . specified below, if ordered at
the same time with our paper. In the
first column we give the regular price of
eaeh publication singly, in the jeoond
the price of the same and the Free
Press together:
Wltk tka
SlnaW. Free Preaa.
l.ltull'a Uvlng Age, 8 00
N. V. Weekly Trlbona..
00
a s
3 15
6S
s to
5 SB
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3 26
IS
a so
ST
6 itO
4 40
5 SO
s ao
3 35
i 6(1
St. Louie Kepubltcan ,
, 1 60
. 3 00
, Q 00
, 1 00
J I
.X. LAdgar..
llie Aidiua
Loulavilla Courier Journal....,
Ueirolt Free I'reaa
Saturday Kvaiiing Puat
... S 00
... S IS
a w
... s 20
New I urn Ubaerrer (.
Prairie Parmer
Hoiemiflo Amerloan ...
Sorlbuer'a lloutbly...
4 oo
St. Micbola ..3 1
Tba Oalaiy .. 4 00
Upplucott'a Masailue 4 00
Phrenological Journal S 00
Peteraou'a Magaiiua.. 3 00
Frank Laalie'a llluatraud Newa-
paper ......... . 4 00
" Ladiea' Journal... 4 00
" " Chlmuaj-Corner. 4 00
w " oilier publicatleua
at proportiouata
Sl
5 to
6 20
' . rataa.
Oarper'a Monthly-...
Weekly. ...
4 00
4 00
I 00
6 mi
111
S 21
4 00
5 10
Baiar 4 Oil
Qoday'aLady'aBuol 8 00
Demoreai1 Mouibly 3 00
Tba Nuraery 1 00
Peteraon'a Bank Rota Detaetor,
aaml-montbly S DO
' Monthly 1 60
Home-Journal, New Orleana.... 3 60
Amerloan Union.... 3 CO
Ballon 'e Magatlna 1 AO
4 OS
1 60
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Postage is prepaid on all the above,
and premiums sent in some oases. For
particulars inquire at this office.
We will also order any of the above
singly, or any other paper or periodical
at publishers prices, tree of oharge.
Despondency, if allowed uncheck
ed, will often produce a morbid condi
tion, so that the least unsatisfactory
affair that happens will swell into ter
rifying proportions. The mind being
warped often imparts torpidity to the
body, all of which more frequently is
the effect of inaction of the liver than
from any other canse, and by resorting
to Simmons' Liver Regulator the mind
will often find relief with the body.
Genuine prepared only byj. ll.Zeil
lin & Co., Philadelphia.
partiaail to TotttJB; Meat
Desiring a good business education.
We have tor sale a Lile Scholarship
in a nrst class Business college at at.
Louis, eitibiaciuu lusiructiuo iu Book
keeping, (io single and double entry,)
Commercial Lsw, Political Economy,
Deteotion of Counterfeit Money. Pen
manship, Arithmetic and Commorciul
Calculations, Lectures on Business
Subjects; with privilege of review at
any time.
Also, a scholarship tn an excellent
Business institution at New Orleans,
good for a full course of Book Keep
ing,. ..
Either or both the above will be sold
on easy terms, inquire st ine r rex
Press office. no v. zii
Dr. C. W. Benson's Celery and
Chamomile Pills are prepared ex
pressly to cure Sick Headache, Ner
vous neauacne, isyspepuo neaaacne.
Neuralgia, Nervousness and bleepiess-
ness. and will euro any case. rrie ou
cents, pmUgt free. Sold by all Drdr-
riU. Umce, AO. lUUPi. Kutaw street.
Baltimore. Md. iov. 24 4
a Talaakl Medical Trrallae;
Ike eMItlea let 1ST8 of tk atarHat MeSlral
Aabaal. kaaara aa Baaaeatar'a Areaaaac. la aaar
ready, ana eaar ba aktalaea. free af eaet.af ime
eitaa4 g''el aaaatey SaalaralS all aarta a(
the 0aila4 Staiaa aaS Brltiah America, aaa laaeea
la every ctellitS parti ea af tka Weetera BeMe.
aaera. Uaaeableaa. ant taa ialil ararttaal
aAetea for taa ai aeei lailaa aaa reataratlea af
haaKk. law emeaaa af ataraatlat' mm4 aaaaa-
kec Heat raeaMg aa4 Iaa eai eater, aa
olealaaiaaa. ckiaaaleainal Iteww. Ae.
areS wile -iat care, aaa anil a feaaS eatirely
aararata. faa la af eateuar's Alaaaae for
1ST a, la taa aarMak, Oeieaaa. rieait
aaerevMa. SjaeAiek. BMIaajA. Sakiai
Saawiak laaeiaarea. ertll ta all aeaeaWHy ae tk
larfeet aAlUaa af a avaalaal aaek aaar aeikrlikael
la aa? cava try. Tka e)ier1iieaa, Maaan Baa
artier a Santa. UrteAaiak. IV, aa raaatat af a
rare aaea ataaaa wKI larvar4 a easy a aaall aa aa
aaaT'
ba caaaat aracara aaa ba kla aalfkbar-
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Administrator's Notice. ' 1
rrfrft un4rivnl bli bttn tin ck Uj tl
iaa
Ida
jaitlin wi niwavi aaaaiai wi g w w
Prakata Caart at Haya Oaasly. aartbr natlSaa
.aa .1 .atal Hampai al JaataHAaaSl. h
aaTMiiH Having a. ' r; j
arnt tham for ptrtaanl, wlialn tha lima sraaortD
j t ' at a wii.kih
sr
S-ira'r KiUtaa of Sanual auS Mar U. Joboaoa,
Hot. iMSft. . i ... Dao. 1
l-tw
THEO 8IHION y
' -ftEALER 1M "
lIBnttttQLItDej
Cak's and ConfotioKxiss.
AN MARCOS. TEXAS.
rine Ornamented Cakaa Bad l order. Xeepa
a nana
Choies Cigars and Tobaccos,
All cheap loraaak.
mr j a -.-J l. ..J a aavtata af
olker gooda lor oaaiaraAS. -an ana ee.
D. l.TT-lf
Hotel Property
FOR SALE!
Being incapacitated by age for the
active duties of a landlord, 1 have de
termined to sell my hotel property:
, "LYELL HOUSE' , ,
in the town of San Marcos. ; '
The house with furniture, tableware,
naar ainva Jbr). all tnnlllded ID Sale. TO
serving for myself the necessary family
furniture.. , ! , ,
Twteifu---Ttiiv.fita nnndred dol
lars fifteen hundred cash, the balance
in two years, with, interest at 12 per
cent per annum, payable quarterly.
WM. M. LYELL,
Prop. Lyell House,
San Maroos. Texas.
Nov. 241m
To Thole Seeking Homes or
Investments.
Written ar prlnud Inlormatloa la relation to
Farmt and Wild Unda In moat of the Weatern and
Sonthern Slatea, can la obtained by addreealn
"lirraMjaitxce Lid Aaasor, Kvm, li-i..," nam
lnK tke looalllloa abont whleh Information la de
alred, and encloelug 36 aenU to evver axpaoaea.
COLMAN 8
RURAL WORLD!
... o
THE LEADING AGRICULTUR
AL WEEKLY OF THE WEST
. AND SOUTH I ;
THIRTY YEARS ESTABLISHED.
Derated ta Improvad Farming, Improrad Stack.
Improved Frail, and to Improring Parmere and
their Famillaa.
It baa the largeat and beat Hat of eorreepeo-
denta (praotlcal farmera, atockbreedera and fruit
growera) of any paper in thaeonntry.
Terma 00 per annnm I $1.00 for elz oentha
four eoplea, So.Wl; tan eopiea, 113.60. Sample
coplea free.
Addreaa
. 50RMA5 J, COLMAB, Fubllaher,
Not. lO.tf. SOO Olive St., St. Louie, Mo.
NEW PIANOS and ORGANS
Far SHa att Half Price.
They may be aeen at th muale rooma of eke.
eral dealer boih In the Ka-t and the Weal. For
further information, addreaa box 67, Elfin, 111.
ILLUSTRATED ENVELOPES.
Peace, Cemperance and Antt-Tobacoe Bnrelopaa,
br tbe n.e of wkieb ranch good ea ba dona, will
be aenl lor 40 et ntea bandred, erSI pertfcouaand.
Speelmina aent free. Addreaa A a aaa Loan, pub
liaberol "The Informer," Klgln, III.
THE INi'OEMEB. f"yjSt KJ:
ante, Healih and Antl-Tobaeoo paper, pnbllabed
at Elgin, III , at 1 00 per anosm, will ba (rnt
three month. n trial for 3t eenta to any who will
eend their eddreea to Amaee Lord, (be pabllaber,
al that place. Auterlleere will Bud It an eieel-!-
medium. Rot. M-3aa
W J. 0UP8ANT,
PHOTOGRAPHER
PECAN SIREET,
Austin, Texas.
The Oldett, Larget and Fine$t Gal
tery in the City.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
mehM-lf
THE SUN.
1878.
NEW YOKE.
1873.
Ae the time appnackN tat the ra'newal af aaa
eerlptlot.a.THR Sl'H wea'd rwli.d ita Irlaeae end
wellwiekere ererrwkere, Iket II I era a a catl
data far their eaaetderatUn ard eaapnet Caaa
II e racer a lar tka paat tea yeara It retire far a aaa
llaaancaaf tke kearty eaeeiky aad avaaraoe e
aperailaa wklck kaee kltkana k-a aateaaed ta
It fioai evaf aaaner af the tame.
Tka OaMf ftaa la a Soar paea-ekeat af t
ealaaiaa. pete by aaall. poat paM. tk ewale a
aaeaia, ar M M par year.
lae ''atSaf edltioaaf Taa la aa ettkt
aaa ehaetal Meal aaiaa. Wklle aiHac taa aewe
af tea aay, H alaa aaatalaa a larca aaeaaat af kt
arare aad nilacallaaeaaa aaatter apacaally pra
pared tar ft. Taa Praaat Saa kaa ax wltk great
!a.ra t Paat paid SI M a y-ar
Tke Waaklr .
Wke t aa kaaw Twa Warate Sraf ft elr
ewlatee tkiaaak at tka CaHea Statea. tea Ceaw
aa, aad knead. Rtweey tkaaiaal faaalliea areer
Ite weleaeaa paa amkly, aad r-r'd tt ta tke
Hraaaf galdi, nai i Itar, aad ertaad. Iaa aewa.
adHaetal. aarVa1 tar ml, aad Ittmre aaawaia'
naake It aaeeeaelry a yaataal fc. tka aeally aad
aa StieHe. Teenaa i a)ae aal I a r a year, pax
paid. TVte aetaa. waaerte aaaet a-d. aaakea H taa
a. aaaaaar pwkWed F' r ataka af taa,
with Ilk eeak. aa wtU aaad aa ea'ra eapy Iraa.
rnu'tfiAfTgi sr.
Rew.W-w latOlf.
' ) BUSINESS CAHWS
. 2UTCBSLL, OLOVIB&Ca,
BA1SKEES,
Hmbi Mra, Texts.
' ftt. 0IUetlone premptty atUaded ta.SI
II
W.O. BCTCRISOR.
TROS. a.VRARRUR.
HUTCHISON & FRANKLIN,
A TT0RNEY8 AT LAW,
Han Marcos. T; x. .
Prompt attention paid to Collecting
Olalmtand Ixamlalag Uad ftlaa. IFek 1-ly
S. B. McBRIDE.
ATTORNEY AT LAV.
" MatrcM, Uar Cvajatfi Tuw.
Will rlr prompt attention (a all legal baalkeee
ffered aim. aad aaaaelall ta tka CaUuelaa af
aepa-ly
WOODS I BUXEMORE. .
PRACTICING PHYSICIANSJ
SAN MARCOS. TEXAS.
f H fl la . ara a m an a a
ipici at dtnty oiorv or naynoak m JJmm'
jaaUBmaj.aW
T8mS80U$8l
WST8IDK W.A1A,
OPPOSITE BALES STABLE
JOHN A. POLK, . i Proprietor
SAN KABOOS, TI2AS-
Tba Baal and LergeelBotel In Ami Rareoe. '" ' 1
Maf.lT-tf. " ' " -. :"
STERLING FISHER,
.Attornev at Law .
General Land and Collecting Agtni
BAfl MAUUUa, TJSAA9. , 1
umca in wan noaaa. win nay aaa sail isaaa
etamtna tltlea. render aaaaaamaata. aa taaaa
So. Ian 1311.
OttO Or-XTAZXXXXX
DRUGGIST.
(Socceeeor ta A. R. Danroa at Oampaay,)
T1ATIS OOaXIB.
OEALKR IR DRUOS. MIDIOIRIS, FSBFDMI
rlea. Snoniaa. Traeaeaand Surcleal Inaiia .
menta, Mla, Varnlab and Window Olaae
neat irmea and uquore rer madival parpoaea.
aTPraaerltitluDa earatullr nrebarad. dar aaJ
nlghi. . .
San Marcoa, Jane 13. II
J. H. COLIDG,
DENTAL, SURQEONp '
Ubcbikioal And
Operatlra Dentlat- .
ry io Ha varlone AT
brancbea at raaaoa- 4
able ratet. AII&4
work dona la the Qh. ittfTtllJ
eaaed guma and bad
breatb promptly re
tared, ap 11 -y
CHAS. BOCK,
FAMILY GROCERIES,
Baa opened at kia M eland la Saa Marcos, wkera
aa wilt seep a lull atocjt oi gooaa ia ait na,
and aall aa cheap aa tba eheapwt.
Bramdlaa, Wistaa, Whisk ataar
alwsya en hand aad aold en pkyaldaaa praaerlp-
uaa oniy.
Sept. 33-U
DAN. HOFHEINZ
Weald raaaactfally aanoaiiae talke aaasl M
San Marooe aad rlaialty tkal ke kaa apened a
MILLINERY STORE,
A Al.. ...ak -A A- M -a. - aat..- a.u.
vai aw waiaas Hsjaj n mw riHRa wiisjrti win
Uotljr foma4 a foil lis f LftdiM BMtii
IUU, ITlRlDlinff, M ail MMf
MILLmiEY O00SS
Of tka beat gaallty aad meat faahiaDakle stylaa. .
SOFHIT TRIHMIRO aad all ether wutk In Uat
department will ba atteaded to by ladlee of ap
prared akill aad lae artialle laate. Pelita atlea-
teouoa ta ail. ,
PRICKS LOW I
The ladlee ara InrlM totaall aad aaa for them'
eeleea. AprU l-tl.
C. HRIRBRS. O. tllRBRI
C & 0. lieinero,
DEALERS 15
FAMILY GROCERIES.
HA BO WARE. OEOOKEEY,
tTMU kb1 Vrl.IXT ABE,
ALSO BOOTS k SHOES.
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