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"'timibsuay? may" 5. imi. .IIH"!"" - - f MaSr)l gtlHIWMl STB MlWrlM w r Covaiy law. ltrlntMva. Martlnilala. Ma.nuln Oil. Wlabarlef. . (Mm Crave. ' . H.rtlmial. MJ. K. Ranae, ..,;, j. p. cir. (T AH BaaiaMBtara "a0 aalkvlB.d a(ela. arrmtt SaB raaaa mar iimira on ni .a mm.II Oa.'a Sr.v.f- AdvariLlaa .I-.. (IS SfBa adaarlltlng BUM- a awf bo ada ' " " "k .af. J. It. Bi". BBf' Sdvarllnna 11 rarm rm tniwi ramumn, i aimr. Ltd W aaairael " aavsrilaaaiBBia lu at Fas TIMI3 TABLE. jaUm&tisaal and ' final Sorthsrn EiHroal SAN ANTONIO. DIVISION: rtnUMl Sooth BoarM Bnrlh. tOft P.M. IUO " S.M in 'i:::::::::;;:::.'"-::: I'Inharco v. "". K,,Drauar.l 11.10 P. ... 1. r-a- u- 0.11 ADlMl. " "' raataart, MUM. ...... A.. A ..IS .11 Wl.ll. B.3B. A. M "" """.;' ' t.unkm. w. , ' H. kJ. RdXIE; Vied raH aad Qaa'l Rapt. ' .11.1. , Two woddings thu week, it is said. Rain drops and ' wash mnsio in the els-tern. . i NtCKi.E end Beadle 'g Half Dime .Libraries at tbo Fbee Press News De pot. - , Ladies' Newport ties, slippers and i'hiladulphia shoes at Johnson & Johnson's. BrooKside and Wsvcrloy Libraries 5 cents a number, at tie Free Press News Depot. ",' ' The peck, peek, of (ho stone-cutters ii hoard front of Itavoolds & Daniel's Store, and tbo foundation of tbo new LuildiugH is ooniing on rapidly. Gents' clothimr, full stock; nico suits for boys ; huts, both fur and straw; trunk, in tndless variety at Johnson & Johnson's. Bcautv, health, and happiness for ladies in "WINE OF CARDUI." . I'or sale by all Druggists. Why pay 20 and 25 ocnts for fino drew linen wl on you can got tho same goods, 8 yds., for $1 00 at Daii.ev & Bno.'s Messrs. Townscnd & Irion's new sad dlery stnro north of the plnzi shines liko a now silver -dullur. Everything is iii apple pio order. i Oh, My, How Cheap I Ln J, Dailey in selling ladies' shoe of iho best manufacture, at low ciicli prices. Also, (tents' boots, fine style, very cheap, at Lu J. Dailey'b. Divido jour land into building lots nd dispose of it to those wauling tn purchaso. Help to build up the town '. your property will ineresao in value, ac cording to the improvements made. CortN & Co , wi-h tho good people of Sin Marcos to know thnt they now have p'e ty of ice on hai d, also ico eold so a water. They surply as delicious an u.t ticla of soda wateras can bo hud in large cities, at only 0 els. a glass. , i ii r. uiuvlt 11111 a iaj uuviw VWIv, rent us Bonio weeks since, will appear, if the writer will iutrust us with .real nnmo There might bo no usa in it in this case, tut we dislike to depart from whole Bouie rule. Nu.MHKlt of ehildron within the scho lastic age, 8 m 13years, in IUj'B County. White, mains. ...569 " females Col.ired, mat s " females Total ......... ...-50S ....182 .....183 '.1439 "WINE OF CAKDUI " for Ladies only. for sale by all Druggists. Slwolaf lss flvtice. Tho firm ofCOCKKIIAM A IGLK II ART is this dissolved by mutual con sent. COCRKIIAH Si. Iu LRU ART. April 14,1881, Tb. nrtfrlctiS wlllro.ll.o. Wlll wre II. buiM auikiiM tmmi, nd kp bj do-. Ira-loa I. batiMM t. ainril k.ra of p.bH pl tmip, lOLIHAST BLACK. April 11. Sw, Kd Lyell acd Willie Woole, young Texaa boys of this reeion, recently took a trip on the T. P. R. B. aad landed off near Abilene and Colorado City. Both boys were ill from bad food sad poor water, (or rather, bo water at all at Ab ilea,)and bcinrdigntcd with the eon try, they were glad to coma bat k boase. STTLIKII Al FASHIONABLE. Lapies wb-hinc lo wnke a iylih toi lette rhoald rail on Mrs. N. B. Ooai "KTT at Aaiin. She baa the nana! tahinaahle elabliiliniet in the ei'y. nery da are eoaially ar nviac frniai ike Kat and are of the kart ad saoit bcautifal style. Her ditxs ankev mii artirt in that Km aad rmar asters aiifartimi in fiaijhed wsvk. A '11 liae of laafcinaaMe hair aooi oa band. March 24, 11. 3a A frw enpir of tht New Task Id" reread Weekly, with bak ! for ibo.1 a MHMh part. tb wbe 4 re tbsa wil Cad tbeas at the Free Pes News Drtwt. CI1 aad leave i renrevaWs. " Fasss: l.rai is l"Waat Hr ft ay a; ik- Fsr.r Per lvptt. LAKKsiDit'ook llooFrtat tbo Pre Prrhh News Depot, . (Jai.vmtos News, Daily and Week ly, at Iho I'llRE Putts News Depot. Newsi'ait.rs lor wrappiuf purposes very ehep, t the Free Phesh Now Depot. ...... v ' Bl AOK-DRAUQHT " inakta chlUs and fever impoMible. Fur Sale by All Druggiata. HapieoB: tAuKtia'ast work we took a bath at tbo Thermo Water Cure at the 8wher place, which wo found quite salis'aetory. We will give the moi njffmdi when wo have wore room. Because of tho want of time for its satisfactory preparation, the aitiele on Iho late Claudo K. Julian, promised fur this issue, has been dbforrcd, It will appuar hereafter. J. B. IIakkla guarantees that he -is in poMcanioo of the finest lot ol Cloth Tup Uu iters, and many other styles, that hive been iu-Sao Marcos since his ar rival here, Gu.r.iitoe my work., - Copies of the speeiul edition of the Free Press, containing some descrip tion of Ibe county and a showing up of its business, etc, for sale at this office. price five eon Is, or will bo sent by mail at the sanio prico. Change of Banc. Don't forgot that Mr. Love, the Jew eler, has removed to Dr. Woods' cew building, occupied byTowosend& Irion. Mr. Lovo lias a stock of boi-t assorted spectacles, and fits the si mo to eyes on sciontifio principles. Give him a call- Win Vmm ItVat It? Will sell any of my Boots Shoes and Gaiters ?1 00 less on each pair than price if called for within noxt ten days. A variety of styles (of summer wesr cs pecially) ure kept by J. B. Hanki,a. Concert and Entertainment. The Ladies' Aid Society of tho Bap tist church at. this placo will by a corps of talented amateurs give a musical en tertainuient. May 27, at Harpers Hall, for tho benefit of tbe fuod to bo used in erecting their new place of worship Tho musi) will consist of a secular can tata and beautiful Songs.' In addition there will bo ico cream and refresh ments. A delightful evening is sntici rated. Friends will please remember that this is the, first call the Bautists huvo made upon the public, and it is hoped they will generously respond. That Normal School. Apropos ol Senator of Burgos' late suggestion lu our people to try and gut a summer sOAsioo of a Normal tJohool at this place, Prof. ilouuBivall sends u thu tullowio uotu by which it will bi seen that steps had previously bceu ta ken looking to thot end : Mr. Editok : Tho buildings of Cor ooul iustiiuto wore offered to the State lor thu use ot a Auinuior Moroni Suhool about two months ago, whun the Board ot Education iu their report to tho Leg islature rcccommoudeu tho estatilibii mont of'isuoh schools. Durinu the last days ot tho Legislatures bill was passed authorizing tbo Board of Kducution to establisii three summer Normal Schools but with tho expectation ot the roa body Fuod pyiug vzpuusos. Iuimcdiut ly tho buildiugs ot Coronal ostitute were tendered to 'lie Board by myself and ncrsonnllrhy Mr. Uid (3. Johnson at my requoi-t. . It the needed expectan cy ever urrivos the school will bo es tablished and Sin Marcos will stand a good chance lor one of them. I am of the opinion there will Le no Noruisl Schools this mnmicr. Tho former agent of tho Pcabody Fund, Dr. Soars, attempted one last summer, but the tea hers showed so little interest he soon HoMstod. The object intended is better reached at lews expense by the schools under consideration than by the Normal schools that run through a scbolastie year. B. O.KOUNSAVALL. The Mar-Day Picnic. This joyful eomuiugliug of Sunday school friends sod others at tbo picoio grouods on Tuesday last wcut off in merry style. Tbe brass band played tbeir sweetent, the procession number ing some 200 marched oicely to the re treat prepsrnd for tho sddress, refresh ments end games, Arriving st tbe pic nio grouii is the following programme was bad 1. Singing. 2d. Prayer by llev. Mr. Thrall. Sioging. Address by lU-v. Mr. Ilsicher. Musio. Address by Dr. Story, ot Dallas, secretary of ibe state Sunday sahool convention. Then came the most interesting part of the pcrlormance, the dinner, which was bounteous, luscious and free, tveryone had an abundance and some to spare "for the prisoners in jiil." Ncit eame' h.knni' nnnL in which Ma Ilia East- ban won a handkerchief, Arthur Kodg- ers took the par, and ether prises were taken br Alex. McMullea.Lcnny Hol land aad their eompaniooe. Hcveiel young girla also gained a pound of can dy, a necklace, etc for their fleet efforts rivalling the native "deer' in swift ness. Croquet was indalged ia ; some ynnng ladiea sailed ia the boat, aad did not know there was fi r qnite a while a saake aalcrp in the bottom of Ibe boat. Ugh ! Towards 4a'rWk these wfcedsd sot mm the rain enaaiac bad a arraesble for plaera ia the back. It did pnar pitehforka and not a lew piraieeTa be easM ghw wly soakew. Ilowwr. all bad a eVIicioa. liase aad will be band, raia er abiae. ta celebrate the next Mayday. ir.viKT'a Ilmairai! Parifolia cf of Fabt"aa. fpn Pmm.mrt aaai brr, at tbe Free PRa Xewa Dfsf. Tax Neibealtst ea . maaJ i - ' ia ta be reaMrvd a beat aUe a tbe E!stc. FatSEHV Tare sad l' nne. a r4 effly at the FE l'tr Ni"- ' KTLE C0KM8P0HDI5CK. -. Kyle. May 2. 1881. Tbe Several Sunday Sebools are mak log grauu pieparatiuus for a picnio on next Sttarday. Tlia grounds selected lur thu asms nro iu Mr. Deuba lluntou's pasture. All are invited lo come aad utake Iheui.elves at borne. Dr. Blanks ol Loekhart thiped 000 head of sheep trout bere lo St, Louis last week. Mr. K. U. Adams wont ibrounU witb tbvn. Messrs. Carruth b Peavy have their hu.iiiesHh uaeabout oompluled. Meaars, Uroos & Von Itosenberg are putting up a warcliouM) lor grain, etc. 1 bese tueu are live business mon and are gaining friends every day. II. V. Wsllaoe has gone to Uoekdsle lo make preparations lo move his family down.- ' Kyle has -now about 25 familiot and the number is- still increasing. The noxt thing for the benefit of tbe place would be good school house wbioh could be used for churoh and school both. The 'cveral churchos are talking of building houses of their own, but I think it advisable for sll to unite and build one good one now, and after whilo. as iho town grows, build bouses of their own. . For tho benefit of some who perhaps hsvo forgotten it, I will stste that the County Sundav School Convention will meet at the Christian chnreb, in San Marcos nn Saturday 9, o'clock A. M before thn nth Sunday in this month, ('apt P. R. Turner, Pres.; W. E Koacb, Secretary. Corn and weeds are growing sad farm ers sro bnsy. EatON. Trip to Nan Antonio, ( Oc Saturday, the 30th ultimo, Local and Wilo, via the 1. & U. N. U.K., were lavored with pleasure trip loaud from Ssu Antonio. The fields snd na il vt pastures prevnt a most inviting appearauce to tbe traveler, betokening pruspoole ot the practical sod beautiful. As one leaves Sau Msrcos, on either side ot the track is spread a broad ex panse of green embossed witb fhwors of every hue, and prevailing among them are tue purple verbeua, blue anl mot tled lupiu, yellow oaotus, white snd piuk primrose, snd numberless t-pooies. in places soatlcred in circular bods un der the metquit trues, tho primroses peep forth not " priui"-ly st sll, but ss if srrauged tor some gsy festival, or to welcome the Q'teenof May. Tbe fields of corn, oats, and in plaees, ot rye are slothed iu' richest luxuriance snd bid fair bounteously to reward the husband man, nutwithstaudiog many drawbacks. Tho lors ot corn by frost is much less than might hsvo been expootcd, tbe va-, oaot bills have been restored and tbe orop is growing rapidly. Acres snd acres of oorn aro from six iuehes to a fool high and lookiug splendidly. Near Goodwin station it seem ss if nature had outdouo herself in fanciful com mingling of livo oaks, fl'iwers. grain snd charming landscapes. Will some one please inform us why these Edcn-like solitudes sre not utilised by immigrants? It onnnot, certainly, bo for want ot fcr. tile soil. Iutorwcaving so tunny excel lent markets, thero sppenrs to be no field more inviting for agricultural en terprise. ... When at New Brsnnfuls we lisd the pleasure of meeting that sterling busi ncss man, Mr. Geo, Dilley, who, we un derstand, has taken tho oontraot of fur nishing buildings, tanks, etc, (mm San Antonio to Mexico; the work is sub let lo Mesars- Puhl & Sumpf, who will proceed rapidly with IhssaniA. With nut exaggeration it may be said Mr. Dil ley i one of the moving spirits of Cen tral Texas. Ho bean n with a foundry at Palestine , since then ho has estab lished his son Clarence at (Jenrgetnwn, " Fred " at machine works st Tyler, has assisted indireelly iu extending tho lumber business st San Marcos, sod now is pushing toward tho KiuUraude. Such u man's judgmuut is worth some thing; and when he tolls us that judg ing iroiu other towns tbe prices ot prop erty here are too high, we believe ii; be is right in saying tbat to bcoouie s city, San Marcos must' establish manutau turus to ihctu ultimately it must look for streiiuih aud ruvouuo. ,.As wo wero lalltiijg. iho three siory stone tsutory at New lirauulels showed what might be done at San Marcos. At iKtvcnpori station a new depot is being built. Alier letving N. B. we saw but one o.ohard of any size snd few farms. One sees an other now depot, and then coiuos a long stretch of rolliug land witb here sud there a ranche. When these thousands ot vacant acres sie cultivated San An tonio will bum with agricultural as woll asmercantilt wealth. New buildiugs aro loomiug up iu the ouiskirts of San An touio. A metropolis secius to have risen I row out the wilderness. .The now de pot will sooo be completed ; forty miles ot railroad irou are stacked up awaiting tbe wbinllo. Construction ears are ruu niug uioe miles weal. The next move is acroa. the bridge over tbe Medina , it was to be completed tbe zud lustaut. It is not decided wbciher the rosd will alrike at Laredo: tome think it may take a midway position between that town and Eagle Pass. Every street to San Antouio is lined with new rusi deuces aud stores. Barring the nar row afreets the eity is a marvel ol branty and solid growth; tho buildiugs are ot stone, pet utf by many handsome three- story holes lo kouaea. S. A.' is evi dently on s boom." We met our legal Iriend. L. D. Murphy. Esq . who ia deep 1 in the mysteries ol land lilies, and has unlimited f.ilb in tho lulare of bis joi,,,.j c:,r A visit to the Alamo, a iro bv the river, a cUaoa at San Pe dro springs, and alight review ot old. ha-Uiric. DU new. elegant ciinrenea. in d new, clading priuting office visits, fill the role of night Kcieg. Tbe fciwcnjul ea ihcdral ir of atooe and cost SJU.OOU ; the stained i!ih windows, mostly aiemurial, are rxqnisile works of art. 1 be gov ereaaeait baa ancropriatrd I3SI.(SSI fur a iliury imprevcasenla. aad tbia will be tbeir prrmaneal kcscViaartiiv, A eall at lbs Erprrm.Ecraig Liflil aud Tima offrea reveal progreasive atrokea ia jour ailsm. The preM i well sappotird, and ike aditora aad pa When are wide awake, vctrra earn, fall nt vias and piark. The a.laainl.te syatrta f irri gatMa. Bet iaaaswralfJ by ibe J.-ait Libera. I he aasaadcrine water t.f ibe riwr. aad fairy like savdeaa U Saa Aa t as-k-r it a lowly Haee a4 t si d- arr. fta Faady we bade at frird ad ir a. ad alter all aatw aa ekanaH t erming e airive saf-'y t le. a4 I rt'hr "M aaore tbe amre, avert air .f SaaM.rraa. 'l!toi a.Wra mt tb Xw Tk Smm aad Iritna. iMrait Frse Paras t lsm Ilrrablanaa. fbwaro Nrwa. ew Urlraas IK wwo-Tsl aae aaaar "a . Free Press "w D last, i eta eacb- ()Ms lot anytbitif in tb fmftiea mt arwnper riaa. rr.anety f -itd at tbe I'Rf f l'Bf Ntvs Vr-!,t . The XecUug of the Tcteraas. Bastrop. April Slat 1881, Editor Frer Press : The rcaaioi of veterans'wivet and widows of vet- trans at Palestine, wss very plessaul affair, only that the rain spoiled or rath' tr deterred us from having a procession, Tbo" committee ol entertainment did their best to fled lodging lor all, for there were not hotels enough lo sooom modste. sll and prime eitiseas took part of th veterans to their be mas, The dinner aprasd and prepared by the ladies ol Palestine, was most excel lent. Fair yoaag ladies waited on us. Palestine, though scarcely ovor seven years old, has many sabstaatial, fino brick business bouses. Tbo Hssonio ball, very large Is an orosmeot to tho Iowa. Then a vory Urge brick bull Ji-g wbioh I mistook lor a court house, 1 wss Informed was filled in eaoh deptrt moot with clerks attending to the I. & (1. N. railroad business there. Three rail ways unite hire, besides this, tbo Inter national railway has very extended shops snd buildings loeated here I - In way of dorision I am aoiry lossy that some Texas papers say the number of Veterans it increasing. That is not so, in fact, they ore last diminishing. But I can explain why such n number were at Palestine, it was because all could reach that point easy by railroad without part stage travel ; another is, that the wives and widows getting tree pssssgo induced many veteran to go there for his wile to enjoy Iho meeting. Again, the Veteran Association admit ted some deserving old Texans to join ss honorary uieuibers lor merit outside tbe battle fields. ' But these honorary members do nol claim any bounty from iho state, they fuel a pride that in some way or other thoy seived in n oivil capa city iu the early struggle, end doing good thereby. 'i'i--"-' ' ..( .. t -i.-il.iu at You should hsvo seen the ladies 61 Uie Veterans enjoy themselves. This , s tbeir first reunion in 43 years, jeer, did fronds mot snd old acquaintances re newed. cd often tears glistened in their eyes cither of joy of meeting sgalo,or in behalf ol lost desd friends or in Ibe ro- oounlor of tho nisny hardships and dangers they endured In iboso imes which tried men s .- Souls. ;I mot. in , Palestine y Mr. ; J. ;T. MeOehec, and our oorpulent friend' J. 0 Bunion snd bis lady sll of San Mar cos. My wile wss very glad tosecthem after so msny yesrs. Your frieud, j ...i C. EriiarO. P. S.: To show jot tho doresse of Veterans: The Sauta Fe Expedi tion left Austin with about 350 men ; st Palestine there were only lour present, snd oniy.tbree mora ulive j Ul iho Miurprisouors ouly twelve sro ! liv ing, and exposure sod hardships told heavily ou tho survivors. . " , Beady for Business. . ' : Mr. Ilil'v.T. uhotoKrapher. arrived Saturday nui has sioeo been tixiug up, sud is uow ready for business. , Ills rooms uoiupriso tne one ueoupiou! vy Mr. llugneMuu, with a new addition for a sitting room. The rooms are loouiea lew puces in lb rdar ot ir. 1.001 us t.,ni il ..ffiin and Mr.' Ill Iyer hss got ihem admirably well tilled up. .His nuifit is couipleta. so that he guaran tees as good work here ss he would si hia vnoni. in Austin Everybody is invited toosll ut his rooms aud;sco speoimens, :' 1 Bn ions is still smiling for cost, cash. MusicAf. FoMO for May, at the'San Marcoa Bookstore. Personals. - J. M. Mullins is again at homo from medical lecturos at Si. Lou's. Kev. D. A. Porter, ol the vicinity of Kyle, oallcd on us ou Monday. ; Cant. Hulchios bu relumed from Hot Springs. Miss Fox has returned from ber fare well visit to Austin. Mrs. Wilcox and her nice little sou Walter returned On Thursday from four months visit tb relatives lu the vicinity of llcmstoad. . p ,,' We have failed to notice the return ol Arthur Denton recently, from alien deoce at a medical school of Louisville, Ky. . Will Burleson -came ever from 'Ails- tin to attend the wedding of A- C. Ilao ter aud Miss Pills Mslooe, which hap py event eame off 00 yesterday morning, Tbe Bastrop Advertiser is glad to noto the satisfaction given by our new District Attorney. Tbo. II. Franklin Era. The Court, the Bar and the citisest gene-ally, speak of Mr. Franklin ia high terms, ss a polished gentleman poaseaiing superior ability as aa attnr aey. and s-lous ia the discharge of bis official duty. XEW ADVEGTLSEMEXT3. DC ITTlIP 0rtA. TT .! Dura I I I d'" mS. an. aasmai DAllSb r. SSA1T. TArJITE rast v wmi ilo ' eswfttao aaaCMiaie sjaw-MI mTisrrtoo, Muailna Oaf. fiott MOAt wutfp tst irrso. $100 1 mouth lu-rzrzz Z Z-i Ut ia. ai. ssrratua a via. a? m r. fc-n.-t. u. a . ) iu-thmw Mai'alfrm !!.-. a . h4 a ar" a. a-iasar. ts r Male Cn Ear es 4 tbe Rabbet barket Casta raw.ps ratraJw4 y J M MiW Apply at Uc Trie Pt viSe. w jBwa, 1 RV m . s-.- 4 v rry.r.'.-.prw e.- afllisal. ai a. a is i a.aia - 'Oh! What AroaAl " J ' t Will you bowl the waruiujf, Uui signal INirbauaui the aura approach of that moni tumble dkanaaa tkaaauailrttua r Aa your- wives if you can afford fur Uie anke or mv lug ill miiU lu ruu the risk and do notliing far it Wa kunw Iruui Miwrieuos tlutt Hh(- kih'a film will l'4ira ytmr (Vmli. - It nei fiiiU, This ctplsiua whv iiioim than a Uon lW4lf ware. snM tho iwt vear. It relieve Onmii. and Vhiniu f !uiih, at once. - Mntbora iks net awithoat It. - ror a Uiua Uauk, tUdo, or Cheat, tue NiUoh-a Poroua Piaster. Hold by U. FaoMaU, dnuj; gist, Bau lUrooa, Tesaa. , Dyspepsia and Urer fomplaluL Iait nut worth tbo amall price of TA centa to f rae younwU of every ayuiptoui ot Uwaa dlatraaaing ooiiiplalnta, if you think ao, call at our attire and get a bottle or Hbiloh'a Vi hdlaer. Every buttle has a printed guaran tee on H, uae aaeurdingly and If It doa yon 110 good it will cost yun nothing. Bold by K. FanmiB, dnigKlst, Man Uaroos, Tela Wa have a tweedy and noduvo Cure fur Cahtrrh, blptlioria, (Wkor Mouth aud Head Aobe, iu SiiiLou'a CUt.uuik Bkmkuv. "Ai sal hijector free with oach bottle. Cue It If you doairo boultii and swoot brvalli. I'rloe, euuU boia uy u. raosutn. uruggui, 8oa Uitrooa, Texaa. ' , . I 1- A SMM IS. 1 1 j ta all who ara laT.-l.f Iran ika arrara sial ln stMfallaw afsaalh, WMkuaaa, euli M. laM ar aiaaaaae, M , I riu mm a tacia laai will ears ee, rusn or tHsaoa. ' Tai i pal nails was Slao.vai.il r a atlHlonar la Saalk Aanrlaa. a sail !4r.a4 aavflafS ta Ika Rav.-lNanT. brau, ilatlaa B- w t.ik Uy. - ... . Htr u-ty . j STOCIHOLIiEK KITjMU. ai 1 Orvioa tavaaatTnast A Oaan Rearaaaa R' R. , t.'u.. VAUmiae. TKaa. .aanl a. IBM. VOTIi'K bbtr.bvgivaaik.ia tcl.l amlni fc .1 Ibl. ritte.. at S.lwlM.TriM. M ika IStk Sir 4 l.aa. Isal, at N a'ckask a. aaanaaat I. a raw IuimwdT IU lMiai UMH, ad.t.S April 4k, ISSI.Iwlk. aarpwral aaikurlllng lb. raeeallaa al a ai.nf.aa aa .11 lb. arap.riy ot Ik. 0'aiaai.r, limn ibe aaraiaiilaf SS.m.saa, .uS.laiib.r mm, .1 f la.aai aw avar ailla al rallnaS mmiiwb t m ar alnS bf Ik aMiaaay, lc Suvsb.r I, IsTS, ar a.rrahar awsiMiMfnr acaalrvS aaS al Sir ikr paraaH r raiKylng a. n-jMila Ikaaailaa .1 ik. SmhI M Wrsw.ro, at a aiaMlaa k.M a Sl- 11 IB. Kitmnninar. bi i.i. udkdidi wii, vm acllu., .n Aall 4lk, issi, ana lur iaa iranMoiiMi f .aca atkar ba.lu.u a. ai.jr aaaia bciara ika aiming, i i . i ' ' ! Tka aIN will aaah al-ISSS a"ak.ak IS Ik fares BWM, anSclawal IS.'elMk aun.lMlS Sajr. J Br vnlar ul Ika BaarS al otrMiar. , , . . : u. s.R snrrit,, . . I .? M .MletBsraalk : 4r! .K jkvUi! $500 1 1 ml of Private or Chronic disease he nuder- bikes and foils to cure. Bend two suunps for Ouimt to Hbalth." . Masbiaob Uuiub for the miUion, either box, 40 ota. Ubuabli Fxmalb Piua .t a box." A quiet home for Indies dnritur conflneiaeni Hnbbsr Uooda snd circular oi imnonaui miormaiiuu auut by exprssa only. Frice M eta. - DR. A. C.OUN. Keataeky BlacH.OOl a. Vlark sireet, CHICAGO, ILL. 1 ' Advico Frco. Nova.Vljr " ? .t :," ? ; f'y.T' "1"'r; ! ''-v- 'STATH.'. ' fUE State op Texabi . I 'P., all. nerxnna inlorested in tho Guordiusb:p of Charles M. Buuton, a minor: . " ''... 8eth Mabry. guardian 01 Si' minor, has filod in tho County court of Hnys Oniinlv. Btato Ol J oias ni aocnuui .iur Uti'U settlement or ur'iiv'"i"ii. ..j .h.m.a i ho said Charles M- Buuton ----, : ,, i:....i.;.. is a nun resident ol the 8tnte of Tex is, Thirolore sstrt unurus n. ouu ton nnd all persons inte'ostcd in said guurilisnship are hereby, notified to be snd appear before tho linn. CouolyCourt of Hays couu'y. to be I eld st th Court House thereof in the town of Sue Mar cos on the third Monday in Msn 1181. when snd where he or they osn oontest ..nnt it thev see uroivr to do so. n!on nnilnr mv hand, snd sosP of said court this 22nd day jf t April, 1881. j BEAI j ; . Cl'k C.C.HsyCo. '"' ,( ," i .-Air.2i.rw. ',.-. ;".;'.:.,vi.:!; ; DCUCiniJO For BOI.DIEXSS1, wUsws, fkUiiN, iMtbm at tihlism, V...ln..n VkraraaSirOnSIM. rnainialvw 1'ir iRyDliciM, fur lo,i "f Anirer,lu..ej. or rutnr.,vrlMM viaf ii.lHinr. AKtitinH tn INf 'luCABE suid BwUIvTm. " I fATENTIt preana ior ii irnbm. HMlci tut4iM. MJlM tT," n4 PwOlfn iBtrntatintifl. Wa ran rarer to tioiMniior rnutmen ibivimru. AddroM N'W.FitittoraiaACtKriiiui I'rH ' Beaole'b Dime Poeket Noveb, Book ol Ktiquette, Ietter Writer, etc lit iho Free Presr News Depot. j iDMGISKAKI) CHEMIST luyPrvseriptions Csrefully Filled by Day snd Night." ,a ... ' Constantly on hand a full line of Pure, Fresh Dross snd Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Oils, Paints, Brushes, & &c r , " IT . ! n knauiit all mv irnnita twatt (uriulnra . r w for CBh. I SOI COsblfd If sell low fur eaih, snd susrsnteseverjthinirhou sbl st my store lo be fresh sue renuine. Jloinc niyaelt traduate or Iho University ot uominaea. wriarn,, I fool enmpctentlo meet al) the requirements ol any physician and the pnb- lio in ceneral, as to Oiling prescription, Aug.7-ly --'--v I ANDBEAUTIFUL II? iisssf siLLA-V tlAJ aU. ALMOSTEyEBYTIIINO KKPT IN A ' . FIRST CLASS ESTABLISHMENT. . -' : rs ' oo M & O KK)I.CKX)I)S AT if ... (-..ilim .i.i ifvma to Ciix na IV Tan L .txta. i t t-m w.k. w M Kaa.aikaVaMa.aMli fX T. Cra rctJit Frot. .l I. BUSINESS 0ARD3, v i HILLCBRAKD J. CO i PEAI.RRS l li -e tl tu OIK M'KKIIV, CHINA,. (if.ASS, 'VtM)l)'J AXI"v'lM)V..WAUE,", l Table Cutlery, Sliver Hated, Japauacd WRK ABU A a en era) Stock of Rouae Farnkihing Ooods. sus g tex At.' ; kUnk St as-lai .1 ,U ,', II . ,. 1' w, a.naautaa. ; r w. SsataataasK, W.H.FIRE8AUGH&C0.,! i , I i. IiRaUIMIR ' .ii 'ii nv j Hdrdtdre M !o I' - L iu U Plow and Wagon MaterialB,' i 314 Pecan Street, 'j'- Ausiiu. Texoi Farmers', ' fiotel,1 IUi4 4ll CiimH- Ant, Art in wulk AUSTIN l-n TEXAS. u,-j J. J. WILLUMSON,'rB()r;B'.' : ' 'Mnl.aSUSalSr WMk...l...l.i.(.6S. ' ln BoarS, ar Wa.k ,,, ...,.v .JSo Tr.nal.nl, pit B7.......-.-w ...w.".BIa. Csr Moni at All H out j(, Mar.kiSI,lssl,i J t. si r (nil f M I FurniturG; , GOTO tv, ' ...d ia i.i;.iiidnlx-i r vl'ii t'-tl EPPNES & FJANCB . -lin In. . -I . 1 i.. , .. South-of .Mulono s. . Nov25 ly , , . S. St PERRY, DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE OFFICE. " ; 1 -,t -.ALL KIKD8 OF BEWINo MACHINE ' Needles, Attachments, Oil, Ii :'l Oa band. tall llaa el -i BurjQlcs, PhacVns fc? prin g . w ogons, i. 1. - ' -ifof Rala'al i .-' s RoT BRD-ltUCK i PltlCES, Al klnilael Sewlng-ktachlaaa Raaalrsd b.ra. jFor prices, come find see or address . . i a :.---. S. S. PERRY, ii Caograsa Avna.,appalla Rajrnond aluoaa, aina os tub wiYnuil.l.. i,, .. Austin. - - - Texas ; Rarcb 81, 88t. 10 no. " KNI'RAY NUTH'H. rSTR AVRn k. W. R. PRgTORb.for. J. 0. tlowa fi Juailaa f Iba Piaoa In Uara Uaanw, Marak (S, ISSI. on. h.v korsa ntulfl. akoal Ssarlevn banda, Hrand I wlib h.nrt altaohtd above ea Ika right soouldar. Appralara al as-vv. , ,- i, , r. . Wllu.aauiv band, April S, 1891. . Jr. hll. i h. OHFRW, Clerk Caanlv Ctart of Uajm OoooiJ sprit n-u . - DR. JOHN L. PAYNE, list win tr BartnaDsTiitlv locata) In Mttr)ut, r nonifuirv ifmlrrsi LU iintftt national rrvlctii to tbit eliUitnti of ! imrn mtfl vlolnlly tn tii priciloo ol MediolM. OlMialrloii nd Oynmeoomt. Tb ara ot tbe Oj.lum Hahtt nimla a peel My. Chnrg rjrnla mA law IhnaiBl al iKst nhwktalfHIB of lb tflWil. Olllct:- lurnoldi M lll' Uriiit ure. UBIm boari, 9 lo II A.lf.,ud 1 to 4 P. M. Aprtll-.m, STERLING FISHER, . ATTORNEY AT LAW, General 'Lund and- Collecting Agent, 1 ' SAN MA11C08, TEXAS. (Mm B.rlk .IdS faniB. "bBOOIlll. Own I lIM Will bur and aall lana. ajuaalas tllias, nn4.r iMHMBlk P'l "i al. ... , JanMu. analysing, W., sto.. ' i - - JUs sUsAAsUaJ CsO CO crj C3 IJOTTOM VMCV.-. sttanxa bt ana iniui. . avanii. 1 is -a s. . ipn?wa ta ta . . w H - y trail Matxxes Ivx.trJ, HaitlrMuiKMS-.Tl'JtiT 1, M.'msbttEBlUMh'1' 'T J.Tr08i. ATTORNYSA? MF. ' I3AIT HABCIOS, TEXA8 1' worsicx. RtirERt1 IAU. ' " ' t""" ' ataitk IS, 1HI.' Ig ' ' W nnra :m. iiviueu , a rsSksto i LaUars ot luqatry SDOOD)aUiaacl .by stamp for reply, will reealve' psoaupfr aktaaDon. ATTORNEYS AT.IsAW, IRK M4JOa, a7a.ta t'OL..VKXtS. t Offlaa la Bllak.ll BBMlaffk FaNaafa fea aaaekst alvll kaln J.a I tl ma,JMa.r, ibo,,, ' , 'Vl'i:f wS it ..- WaOrHutcliifeon . Him Marcosx.-Tcx.fi Prompt nhnitiom' paS,t f6 'Qltefina CUIawaaS RaaailalagUiisrHH;' ' ' (rak 1 i s.s.asaaiaa. ,., ,. aaa w. vwm Atiovnoxra At lAvi ABO i"1"1 u'""i- . ... i. BHasi wareiai-"-' T Will stra snaipt attaailaa la alt ktnam4 lUm-ialli la Ika aallaetlok at CUIaia. Jane-lslviii li.!,r-ii i-i-.i, mh V'l ii"i. i V. H, HOBEINS, ' WrtljchTrBker. J13WJ;LEft I .'t-iuuiki-insiaT ;-Uaa t OPT I Ol AN. Ran Mareea, Taxaa DWaao'Sf. OallS-lt . . ' , ,., Dr. J. H. v. i-i: xi-) rt',V IIS' I'M itn v- .. .lf,lt i va ii ! .hi ) RESIDENT DENTIST,! 4 'a1- 'Texr. Miaat MarSM,) -u DOARDINQ HOUCLT. llail lldaPI.il (ikiiis vr.y-i'i' BAM SIAUC08, i i .! , .hi TEXAS. WOULD RSSfROTFDLLT aenaanea ia ika p.hlla tbtl ha baa likm tha wall knma tT.Mu aaat it ocoopl.d lr Mra. Halan. , aid aaaaiada k.r In ih. bunlnai. of br.plni boardan, rilaran4 traa.lani. Tba aananioiod.tl.aa will. ba ike. aaat tba muntry aSorda, . : , aan M.raua, nana 17, issi. " "-visbITw.i . Mrs, B.5,rown , i-if-s io ti,,:, a ,iiT . rr ,i,if7 ti OREGSIsIAKCZI mnm wstrfeo stutirirss 'ttf "rmi'itMiiitirs 11 bBlldlaa.aaaL.id.af ttm Blau. - Itolu a uliare at lh. posllu pairmaa.. Sh. ilba rascaa.lbla.(aiaR pao4aalraaiad la bor.aaSi i iDAiiANTKIiS SATISFACTION. , Marob.lt, lASb. ..vlO-slSUT,, , .., nirvaait Elacksmith-A Woodsh&p, FARMING IMPtfErtTS.tC BAH tlAROOtS, -I TEXAflL'"" HORSESHOEING A' SPECIALTY. Tho Wood Work repartrnwit la andn Ika eaSa af taat npt1U Vad MrtnSjt IW . BBAaORBB. a U varB faarmataa. aaaaraaa,xaaaa, A aril St, ISM, IS-SS-l., IirittCMYuk 3 1 "J T Itt OBaBaaskaBi i 1 t t JL B. - Pitchford, Fancy ! Staph fecsrics, w lair. a.HaMra,. !-..,,. , , Tokjaiaeaaa. Vlfmn, 4c !- ' SotfAwmt Qmer- tfata. v- i Jnat ivpenail aa entiia new atock af FAMILY AND FANCY ca-jroooirloo Whkh t jvOTHiac tnarD aa ctxtapaa OW ekauv. eat AfljfoodaiVUvTTadaa ant part of ton. - I ana parmtneattv locataa Wars, aad ak UMpaopsact Haa VUma aaat aavaaaaW aoamry k aban a part of WW pamaaf t wilk aa. mm koraj to U bbi4 wartkv od naM vtie-iy c i i .4!, i . r. . . ,,, . , 1 3rair Rsnttt. pTiiTinnfi.B Bay a. a is a Bar b.bjl. -- - - j a ma , r.'jr " 5 tit S i ?? TTlVu S?vt- t,-.r r'. I-S ' tlBO j ' t rl.fT . , hi .aaxaaa. akMaaar '"Tr' .a-aaaali.taa I Bl. mm ia. I B tkata. " 'a m k . rtv " . aaa-al.B m lm, mTm vaav m4mrt ax mi l ,M ,j M faaa ) . rmn, trm M,r. k-a. ad B- B. i i. Ji in . ml , a. ff-. mmr. i n. m mmwt mm. yimm mm v rta) rra kn.a.i in aa av. aarM s,,Mra a i7 1 Tirt!x bai - m'i "ti".! auaM,antaal lal u. sal. r i aaraww.