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H Jiyly 'Prove All Things i Hold Fast that which la Cood." PEOPEIETOB. VOL. X. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST It, 1881, NO. 3. PUULISIIKD LVKRY THURSDAY BY ISAAC H. JULIAN, To whom all Letter aUonld b Addressed. UFFIOK Kant Bldoof Plaza. RATE OF BUDSCItllTION: iiaeycar. In advanca 1 M tlx lUllllthe I 1 Tire Month 1 It RATES cr ADVERTISING. One ennire, oi. InHrllnn $1 00) each addllltn. il luaartl- n under una mi.mli. ftO won per square. I mo. a mos. 8 moa. la nil I aquaro if r1ta. . i so 4.00 I no 4. n;i o no m.oo Mr s.noi ll oo Tool m.no io. oo 11 no I lo on j lo.oo tl) .00 SJi.UO I A I CO iu.ua It oo 10.00 80.00 ' H 00 7yno Hu'lnesaCard', on inch or lesa, ono year, 8 00 Cards In Hulne lllreitnry. ono er, tJ 00 Legal mill transient Adverllserueule will li rliarited lino f'nllitr pr q,u..r f ir th flrtl In sertion and Killy Ceote per squar lor rich addl. ii.uni.in. A niiara Is th suae of one Inch. Fraotlonal tqnarv will bo enutilod full and ulnM Kolh-ea will bo charged ten rents nr Hue 'or ilio Hrat Insertion, and eight cuts par lino lor eaoh additional Ineerllon. .siiiiooncliigcaiidldaloa.inrolmi, county, MO tnrlll.irlo or Stat olllc,, loot Obituary notices ol ovor Ion lines charged el une-hall aulvvrcuiiuc rnlce. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Niwuptiper. i A MAllCO KH KB PU.iS, I. IT. IUMA5. O iMiuiUU-'r, oil) on emit .Ida Main rirtza. nrl pp posit tlie Court Molina. Kilunulloiial. t,A5 M.UtOOS Mllliinu Mra. Ail'lla Duncan, Ol'rluolial,at uer tealduncantar luatliuto Uouhx. Mallnnorp and fahejr Uaodm. if IS JIAltV KU4SELI.. Ptan Pa!-.ii Bviul0.. tl tank. era. LOVtli A CO., nortbweal corner Main Plaia. It ASK E. II ILOXP., Ualono'e Store. Dip Gondii U.N'K, iionth aide l SO. T. MAI.O.N'K, nouth aide I'laxa. J ROSg r.ttOWS, East aide riaa irr (odej and irocorlo. JOIIXBDS JOIINSOS, Mitchell Building, Sorlh j Kiue i-iub. p II, TUUSI.R, Weat aide Main riaia. J J. DAILliT, Went aide of the Main Plnza. ya. UIB3KM, 8ouih ldo ol tho Moln Pla. lldioa'1 C H., North aide of the Main Tlaza. 1) Jjil.l.IS'JX k SMI nl, Sorlh Side Plaza. I jill.EY k lllli),, 9. W. Corner Plan. tCIKUVnT J PLACK, east aide ol Hie plan, 1 opposite Com . iiot.au. I.roverlcn land ll.irdwnro. ( W. DOSAI.SON o4 CO,, Knot aid Muln Plaaa. 4ii roccrloHa I) PITCH FORD Suuth aide I'laia. ) g P. McAI.I.ISl'KI!, Xorlh aide Plsaa. Rruaz lt. FROilME, Doulb IM.ila. R. lMTS'll. U I'laza. )T'll.I3 DANIKI., norlh Ue o( the Main ill. OUMM, olllco Kurlh alda of tho Main Tluza, I an ycrn. IRrKE.N"RlUaB A ROMK, olllce in tho Court II011 to. VomtlDK A Wil.TEKS, oOlco In the Court Howie. h I B. MIXOll, orrire In the Court UouM. It, f O. HUTCHISON . olHco lu Ihr Court flonae. P SIISK k Pltir .-KBTr, OITloc, Noiib tide Plan. UT nttOWV, ot'.ca In Jlltclicll hnildiig. north . of all ylaaa. N jtuary t'tibMc. ana Oonernl Aeont I II. JULUM, e:tlc Fa Ptnaa Building, liiaKorp and t'oiifecllonerr . IjiiUIZ I.A.NUK. 1ou:h aide t'laia. M and I'lnwar). KO. UENNE, Wrat alJel'lau. U I H. EAitlH ,M. Kat aid Plaaa. Livery land Mile aKablra. gVLKS A aON.iau Antonio atreet. Ualrhuiahrra. Jrorclet- nnd Optl rluna. H ROBBING. t aid plaaa. J W. C. LOTS. Sank IJ of Plaxa. .Tteatt .eiiarket. J P. k f. KOXK, north side plaia. yowxstKDdr TOATSSF.XD S, W, comer plaaa. ;nnm.tai, Qm LIE, ETtbet Corner Plata. llasol and fthetrraaker. E. BA5KLA. Snk side Plaaa. a, . l . aa va. I JOI KSEEii A I RIO, rank ef pi aa. SURE A-T'llts IrwVIn l;T p'TOvir. nt aJ li?h'T lnTilw lnsi- !)'.. lirr; li. An a on. n r . ... . - v ' V l- . a, 1 1 Jul tlT7 17 tl -ew AOTE. ' r prp, the tnrxt r cn--'pf4 an J era-. t KZr,; bat k fwic!! It rr;!TrcTi --: ami tb-liasl ; ilT h.' iJ the J:t: Yc 'wf of t'r X-r-i t' '- UjT-a frOll PAY. GENERAL DIEECTORY. OI'FICIAI,. enanwuM4 ore oi.raicrt Son. Columbus Upooi, of Beiar ooantj. HH4T0-11iT Mtriiteri lion. W. H Borgeu, ol UaWw.ll Co. naraaeasTaTiva 4ra niRaiort Hon. J. a . Storey, of llaye Co. lion. tl. it. Slrlngiellow, of Caldwell Co. imiOT ooonr lfirn elevator. Ron. I. W. lloor,Prldlngs,udf( LaQrange, Tinea or nouiiae oooar. Bav. Sd Monday In Merck and srplembar coumtv orrioeao. Ed E. KonOi Judge Couolj Court Ed. J. L. Orn, County Clerk. J. M. Hraekeurtdge, County Attorney. B I. Barker Iberirf. J. . Davie, tl.oulv. Juallca ol I be Peace Pr. Bo. 1 Pavlill.vnch, t . John Richard. 00, I J. tl. Kuwo, " " "4 i. n. Pattereon, County Tratearor. h . Porteon, Aeaeeaor. Jo. 0. Kv, Hurreyor. John L. M alone, Gota'r Precinct No. I j.h. H.uiir, " " 1. Peter Itcbmldt. " " " 4. A.T.Brooke, " " " II Conatablo. TtwRf or nouitao Couttrr An Paecixor Cooara Crlmlnnl Couoiy Couri lit Uonday In each mnnlh. County Conrt for Clrll end Probata liualneat 1 Sd Nonilay id Jaouaty, Hurco, llay, juiy.oapiemuer and Novemliar. Comml4lonora'Court Id KonJaya In February, May, Auauat and Kovtnfbcr. Ju.tlce Ciurt Prrcluot No. I let Friday In each month, Bin llarcoe. Precluot No. 1 id Prlday In each monlb lit. City " -3d ' Imbrrley'a Mill " a-4lb " Dripping Springe. Town orrieuai. Mayor O.T. Brmvii. Council W. (. Hutch'eon, T. R. Pouro,nrraB, l, W. Mitchell, 8. H. McUrlde, Wm.Uleaen. 3larallal-r. II. Prince. Council tnectn the Ural Tneaday In each month. 4-111 KCIII.N. MKT1IODIST. Preaching at tba Ifelhodlat Oburch every Inliba'h. Mev. n. I. Thrall, Paator. Sunday Srbool al 9 o'clock, A.M. Claaa meeting or young Men' Prayer Mooting at S o'clock P. M. Praver Meeting on Wednesday. CHIUKI'IAM Preaching at (ho Chriailan Chuich on tho aeound anu fourth Sahbatha Is each month. PKKHHTTKRIAN. Preaching at tbo Preabyta rlan Oburcb on the aecond and fourth riab baih In eneb month by th Iter. W. To Kennedy. PIlOIKdlANT KTI800PAL. Servlcea every fourth Hunday in each month at lOtf o'clock, A. at., and 7 p, ni , 'at St. Hark'a Cbnrrh.) BAPTIST. Trenching at the Christian Churcb on the ttrot and third Sundaye iu each month, by Klder n. llaicner. San Varcna l.oge So. S4J meeta Saturday on or before full mobn. Ed J. l Ureen, W.M. Albert llca'ou Secretary. San Ilarooa Chapter ITo. 1"9, meets Tuesday in or belore full moon. I). P. Uopkilia U. K. U. P. Albert liealors Secretary. ' llajs Udge K. of II. No. lorn), meet. 2nd and 4th Frbhivs of each month. J. V. Hulcbiua, Dictator, W. I,. Kennedy, Reporter. Star of Hope Council Jfo. SI, U. F. T. J. IT. Combs, Prea. Prank (lellett, Srcretury. I.l). U.K. Moumal.m l.'nltrn Mo. 1M meele every Monday night. O. II. Itoa j, .. 0. Albert Uoalou, oecri'lary. Perkins Encampment No. 50 meets let 3rd and Sib Friday of each tnoulh. Ed, 11. Koue.O. P. Albert Hoatou secretary. ,-ejAla,!. AORIi'AI) AXD fcurABTURE OF, TO AND FROM BAN MARnOU POST OFFICE. Mulls fromAusliu arrive at 7:44 P. M.i clceo tijt:U " ' " San Antonio arrive at S:U A. M.. cloae at 8:40 P, U. Above malls arrive and deport dally. Lttllng arrlvoa Monday, Wciliioadayand Friday at 4 P.M. Departs Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7 A.M. . , . . . Blunco, via Wimbcrly-d-parta Monday at S A. M. Arrlvea Tuesduy at 6 P. M. orricR nous': Register and Monej Order dop't from 8 A. It., to General Delivery from 8 A. M., to U at., and Irom 1 S'osto'lilca open on 8undav one hour after dlatrlbu tlou ol malls. AI.HEUT UBaTOS, P. M. BUN3ET ROUTE. GalTSstaa, Hamiskg i S:a Ancnio RAILWAY, f 0HM1NC A LIKK IN THE TRUE SOUTHERN PACIFIC- THIS ia the DIRECT LINE to AM. POINTS NOSTH, EAST and SOUTHEAST! Through Palace Sleeping Coaches rrom B Astoiloto How Orlu Without 8inf0. Tiie Slurtcsl mi M Pirccl Rwlf lutajtern Cities BUT ONE CnANOK OF OABB TO CHICAGO, ST. lOt'M, CISCIKNATI, BAI.T1MOSE OB WA8HIKOTON, AND BnT TWO CHANPIR TO PHILA DELPHIA OR NEW IOP.K. idailyTrainsi leave ssii Anomo m houstox CONNIOTtNO CI.OEELT WITT! TRAINS ON THE IL T. 0. BY. JOB BOINT IN ILLINOIS, IOWA, NEBRASKA. afniXEBOTA. AND THE EAST. The Datlioht ExriiEsg Leatino Sam Amtonio das IEE0CCH PAUCESLEEPEHliKEff 0ELE1S3 WTHOUT CHAJstili, atAKINO CLOSE CONSECTTONS AT THE LATTER CUT WITH ALL PAST EXI'REK TRAIN rum THE WORTH AND EAST. Far elwar aa Low ae bv any oilier Rout. Jl ear yoar Ticaela reaOj vi T. W PIERCE. JR.. cTTrilER. P. B- FREER, a - a raf . aar wear. rasa. 6T. vav. a or. " aiaaosa orL UFATTTH OMOASS, IS w-W elope flv nl, rrnls erty i. Pl4o.12i p rillsairaid Calaloa-i. Pa.a. Addreaa He NEW BiGHJlOODl! , . ... i.- ,-- ih l'..wu ir v . ..Jaw '. P..tV' 1- r Itl' Ul" I'.'WEU .! . ;'. ; Il t- . M. ."-rf HS.'i.X tr tx -- . aa. wk . aaaa, T ti r 7i rsi i u i i :. . m -A.j:i-a -w .. or. p';?;' - I ir'r,r.:-v-pt!M - fwe-rlr K.J 9f 14, is-ta-Iy Pnre Water! WELL BORING L DRILLING. . . - mmJ ke I 'f hoou wTtA.aPCaei c.i.r I Ivoaaia at T A . Tl mew: advertisements ST LOUIS LAW SCHOOL UW DIPAITMEHT WAJMIHCTO UNIVUSITY. r irwM h 1 aaaal Tavaa fir (Mor 111. flir flilul enaMlli Annua. Um.';. f swell, Itpla,.llialU-rlubi-,ariiU I 0. l.-u.l. In HIUMunrt. Ht.idn:a.linitiJi .a-.'"rviwfw' bmriTA.Idri.allllJ.I.ll-"al,tiM II- l.,..rrla at Ht tmla,M I V.' U. li Au.1"J.l. " - ita!aiwaluio tiauiai UiicMX-wn. g. 1-- 50 UOOO riSl VHI.UPr.H.SdlrTereotcol. 0a, by mall In any addr, for III euia. MAINE PEVEUIPE CO., Paaia, Mala. PlVI'dl IT r dviter. In pares, 33 rants r.iJiiui.Li u. v. aovbi.i4 tiu., sj. v. FOR CHILLS AND FEVSR jk.ixj Aiii. rijn A. i oaraa f Malarial Poisoning OP THE BLOOD. A Warranfad Cura. Price, $1.00. . PT ro ialr ar all saoaoiaT, .41 July 14. Cm. BEATTY'S DAMEt r. DkA OROAMS. 17 Mtona. 8 ate rolden Touch reeda onv SH. Aildreaa 1IAA1I, waeuiugion, 0w4ery cDririn'lto nooRKH I IlLu HimiNuiiM uNivF.usii'rv. AlliiDlia. (alrnrifla. For lllnatared circular, A 1 1 TO Actual Bo.lnels School. KtlaUukid twenty iean. iti.riNi:i ,iei TEa rAMK.v' N. Illttatrnted, Chtaftt and but, Erlla at Sllfnaa itoiiiNNDIPTnilll DIP! EW NEW rilflUIIIHk UIULLOI AOr.XTII WANTHO. A, 1. UOLMiN k CO., Philadelphia, Pa. 4w GOLD TTx wairvatd tba brn d obaa p ftii. WdMMIXAUIiaa IO TrjT BUD, otiuad "U) floinrM n Lit; boand in flutat Fmni-Ji ATvUiB, amboaMd , fall Hilt, Mil pM,ttUinbMatAaltt amfiiinUI pnacripliooa. RnMnolrflAkMai bfaiuXi Iiutrated ainpl. 6 c. : wmd oow.AdtlrM PiMUvoilf Uadl J InaitatAita nr tr. W.Il.Hl.iV CUTIOURA Pcrmanctly Cures Humors of the Sculp and ski a. Cutlcnra remedies ar for Bale by all drurirlsta. Price of Coriiri-iu. a Medicinal Jelly small boxes, doc: Inrpe bosoa $1. Corictraa Rasoivanr, tiie new Mood PnriSer. tl per botile. Conosaa Memci.Al Toilst 80At. vrio. Curicoaa HanioiNal. KHariNii .-toaf l.lo. In bare for barters and large consumer., wio. frtucipal depot, nKaasaruiisn, nosiou, tii. II r aii m-inea treo 'u reo-iipt oi price. w H AVE YOU EVER KNOWN Anv-Ttrrsm to b aerlonslr f!l wlthont a wsk to- maclt or Inactive liver or Kidneys F Ami wVn thrMO organs are Id good cun-illton do yon nut Hurt thcfrpot'-i'or enloyltiggood health I Parltoi Ctiiiitfer Tonic always rrgulntes tbeaa liupor tant nriraiia. Atnd navar lulia to make the blood rich and pure.aud to Mrengtlicn erery psrt of the ay tern itliaacurpa nunuzeurt ui utpairni iiiTiiiun u Tour neighbor about tt. FAIN KILLING MAGIC OIL The Best General Family Remsdy. Cures Sprsains.1 Henln?he. 8 oiaiiota. (trulaem, I oillin-te'. lvjarnrsalsiis, tiis-nai, l.nmcKni'k, tlheiiinaiiHMs 4 rlcU In tin- or Dnck. Sold by Drogglata, Oiocera and Dealers in Medicines. How l.oaig. How RfKtoreil ! I,,., nol.llahrd. a new edition of Dr. Clllvffr- well'a (ivivbrnird Kaanp on th rrftoi curt of SraeMAToHRaoaa or Seminal Weakness, In voluntarv Sunilnal Losses. Ieorai)V, Veulal and Physical Incapcbity, Imredlmenlo to Marriage, etc; also, UOKaOHr-TIOM, kpilkpuv an. titb, lauuucu uj aelf-indulgenc or aeanal extravagance, Ae. Tbo celebrated sutler, in hie admirable Eaay, clearly deinomdrales, Irom a thirty yara success ful practice, that th alarming consequences of aelf-abuae mar b radically cured : pointing out a mode of cure at ono simple, certain, and effectual, by means of wbioh eery aufferer, no matter what hla condition nay be, may cars himself cheaply, privately, and radtoally, 9Tblr l ecture should ho lu the hands of every yi.uih ai.il every man lu the land. Sent undsr aval. In a plain envelope, to any ad dresa, pa$l.paitl on receipt of a'x cent, or two poatag atampa, We have also a aure rcsre for Tispe Worm. Addrn.a THE CIXVERWELI. HEDICAt CO., 41 AUUM, new torn, re. a Poet Offio Box, 4SS0. July 14, 18S1. vlO-noa-ly EVERY TEXAN WANTS PAIN-KU-l.no Magic Oil! The Beat General Fsmllj Rcmcdr, Purcl' Venetable and My Be Used Intci-nallr or Extemally. IT WORKS LIKE A CHARM ' batCLKAS, cllcioo an aiv i "7 J Aa aa eaiemal rwaavdy H givea tk wakm4 and vertrld cord, and aaeaele new II an iaae liclly, caring paiuaaa water qochae Ir. It care. sraAixs, lmvDACHE, sctatica. BBllSES, TOOTHACHE, NECKALGIA, BCEXS, LIME BACK, BnETMATlSM. CltlCK IS TIIE KECK OB BACK. A. a later raa4y K Ua trrt tE staaaaek, aide lgvtta and readily rare rsrtlc rbalrra xfasrayao i r.nipa, "l"rr ia. Hear asaaaarb. - Ikraal and arhrrla. A k-tkf KEESa,' PAIE KILUVU v.l' OX la tW hasaa ar aa bead far ansa. diet aw hi eaa 1 anwusacf. will aaaa smsl v asag B4 arOawa slifcaaaa aM Vy Prra-S 0. sa n ail Bwateva O aaed- AatasAorri W kelrsak art Ial. lata. 1aaa naaagrr. PalyT, 11. vAVao-l trVawA ntvaw TliTfill TO MT DOOUUXrO. . My dear, dumb Wind, low lying Ultra, A willing vaawtf at my fott, Olnd jMrtnor of niy houia aud fare, Jly luvlow in tho Ktrrct, I look Into your great brown oyen, Vbere love aud roynl bouuige aliluo, And wonder where tho difforenco Uo Uctweon your son! aud nine 1 For all of good that I luiv found AVlthln myself or human kind, Ilntb royally i 'orniod and crowned Your gentle heart aud mind. I scan the wbolo broad earth around For the ono heart wUcli, leal aiid true, Bears friendship withrmt end or bound, And find the prite in yotf I tru ,t you a I truut the akin t Nor cruel loas, nor scuff of prldo, Nor beggary, nor duugogit bars, Can move you from my skip I As pntlont tinder injury As any Christian saint of old, As gentle as a lamb with me, But with jour brothers boll ; Moro playful than a frolio boy, More watchful than a sentinel, By day and night yonr constant joy To guard and please me well. I olasp your hood upon my breast Tho whilo youwhiuo and lick my hand And thus our friendship is confessed, And thus we understand I All, Blnnco I did I worship 3od As truly as you worship tho, Or follow whore my Master trod With your humility; Did I sit fondly nt His foot, As you, dear Bbuco, sit at mrao, And watth him with a love as swoot, My life would grow divine I Mtilsuinmrr Serilmer. From Ha-itron. IIastuop, Auguit, 1st, 1881. lCocron Free I'iiesb : No thinking perron cun pick iiji oven a viilag- paper but perhaps li'u uriy g-tiu some knowl edge Not onnipiriujf, yc.ur paper to a village paper, lor'I see inuny very inter eating articles i'l ynur issues but I can not help to meutioo the arliole "Dusti Languages" you oopied from the "Jlexiit Ledger" My dear Sir, a. I importunl l'nols of anoieut history have beeu tran--Utcd in a:! l:iuguages of modera civil ized nations. VVkai 'ise then is there to study Latia and Grook? We hive a llv -iug laiii,'utigo now tho most important 1 oonsider, the English, it is commercial, it is the language, Bhort and eumpre hensive (though not perhaps as soft, and beautiiul as the Italian or Spanish) yot it is the l.inguuge of oomtneree, of'disoov erics, of liberty, aud seieutifio progress. What avail is it to the young student to know Greek or Latin, to know the an cient Mythology, and yet have uo prao tieal knowledge to follow a prolotsinn or a trade? He will perhaps be a drone in tho present hive of . human activity und progress, without ostraOi'diuuiy en ergy he may almost starve. This re minds mo of a story 1 read lately. A young lady oama hack to her father; shosaidslteunderstood Latin and Greek she could perform well ou the Piano, in fact she was a graduate in all modern aoonmplishmcrtts. T li rj slifcwd father replied: "My dauxlitor you will make an excellent wife, if you can Dud a biiabsDd who knows how to cook, mansps the sewing machine and nurso children". So it is with some of theso learned young men, they learo how to spend money, but do not even1 know hpw to make a living. When the money or in inhoritanco is gone, they aro gone. I It a to to be hard on my own coun trymen the Goruiann, but as I am at present engaged in inducing German la borers to come lo Tci'is, have received Buoli foolish quoritions that an ignorant Texas cow 1 boy, must confess, hs a more practical knowlcgotoshift through life, than some Gernmni who bad a bol ter education. But ia extenuation of my German peop'e I mut say. though sll mu.it li am to road and write, the Goverument there takes eep:oial pains, to mako them believe that they are hap py and the greatest nation in tho World. and keeps them fofally iirooraot of the outside of Germany. The priesthood. whether Catholic or 1'roetcetaut. also do all to keep the people ignorant. And the governiTient alo di pnds for its sup port -n tlio ignorant. lutc'.iigeoee aonl'i be tba death knell to aisle or church. If Prince LVsroarck eoaM Eft j hulJ of me he wortl l pit me ia aui. l corner, though he i awtre that I ara right, tat it woaM pull sai-h hm dow frorn th'-ir priuci-ly aitr. He1 in shrewd encash to look oat for lb. Germia Aiis'orrscy and krp o!tir as- tion ia embrorlio, I i'l preniaally sf'rr bis I'me. it will enara'plt Ofwtuf by a cry Inr librty. and t in:r!!ircnt tai j s will rir ariaal ehareh anl aiaia This MiilenntniB w. II cum. IorIltrrara will ri the TH-ory tt tcorrie ad j anp"ratitioa. l rirovp. arc ia atnnr. now tbe mol liberal aofrnartS wiil far the htt. C. Ebb-arts. TTe aonlinaT rirl- t.v ewdrV of i Dr. A ?. lias bca raorjcI frrata trie j Hrasidrat a Ton FU aftH tltif i krp tlv b-waprritar M tk Frew-at test ar. - To the lople or Tens. Fcixow CrriEENat At convention of tba frienda of tho prohibition of the importftuon, muuufitoture luul salo of intuxicnting liauowiu the Stiite of Toxas, held in tlie city of Dullrta on tlia 10th day of June lust, thuro was orgnmzoa mu MStitte l'roltiliition Alliuuco," nnd tbo undersigned wore apiwiiitod by said Alliimce nn Kxocutive Commit tee, " whoso duty it bIieII be to take ulmrge of and give direction to tho work, sub j out ouly to such control as lnny be assumed by the Allianco iUelf." tSuid exeoutivo committee having mot iu the city of Waco, on the 4th day of July, A. D. 1881, dotorminod to issno a briof address to you on tho all-important Babjoct of the legal and coiiHtitutioiml prohibition of the iiu- pcrttition, rnauufaoturo and Bale of intoxicating liquors, except for niod iciuul, mochuniuaL, Bcientiho and boc rftnientitl purpoHos. That the uho of intoxicating Uquora is tho great, tho giant curso of our land, is, we think, beyond all reason able doubt Wo appeal to the expe rience and observation of all porsons in tho Htate, and especially to every sufforing wife and chikl, whose hus band and father lias boon tlio victim of this unmitigated enrse, to sustain us in affirming tho above proposition. Now, fellow-citizens, tlie pront ef fort of tho present movement is, if possible, to put a stop, at once and forever, to this crying oviL Will you give us your aid and co-operation in this grand, glorious and phlilanthro- Eio work t In the name of Buffering uinanity, wo bop; you to do bo. Wo think our last Lopfislattiro was guilty of a gross outrage in failing to sub mit an amondmont to the conhtitu tion to the voters of the State, as it was requested to do by the potitions of many thouounds of our people. We think it is a gioat wrjng for our Suite to bo in pp.rtncrJiip in tlie liquor trafliol Every,liquor vendor in tlie Slate is in pnrtiier.iiiip with tba Stoto und with tho county in which his trade ia conducted! Every dol lar's worth of liquor sold is so much revenue to . the State and county i and tho Stuto and county are " pah ticups criminis" to the terrible evils that result from said trafliol Is it not lime that this unholy partner shin should be prohibited by the or- 'gumc'law of the laiidf "JVe' verily think it ia, and hence we appeal to von to aid us. We therefore respectfully suggest that you mako it a point to require a full aud uuoquivocal pledge on the part of every candidate for tue legis lature in the State, to favpr tho sub mission of the prohibition amondmont to the constitution to the voters of tho State, bo that tbero shall be a full and fair issuo submittod upon tho quootion. If said candidate shall fail to make this pledge, then refuse him your vote, whether democrat, re publican or greenbuckor. Bring out your best men who will favor tins great measuro nnd voto for them. We do not think it advisable to come in conflict with any of the great political parties, or to form a new one, but we do think it best for all parties to have a fair expression of the voters of Texas on this great question of prohibition. If the peo ple of Texas say let this destructive traffic go on as heretofore, then the friends of prohibition will submit; but if they say it must be stopped, thon stop it must. . We thorofore appeal to every pa triot and philanthropist to aid us. We cnpecially appeal to every wif o, mother, sister and daughter to give their influence in this behalf. We have a Btrong and wiley enemy to meet, who controls millions of dollars, nnd will spend it freely to dofeut ns. But let lis. bo courageous for tbo right God will bless us, and all good men and women who have pro perly considered tlie Bubjoct, we trust, will aid us in achieving a glori ous victory over tho liquor Cood, that is now tho blight and curse of Texas. Wo roRpecttilly Bnjjgcst that there bo clliuuces formed and organized in every precinct in each county in the State to co-operate with tiie State Alliance and " lltocntivo Committee, nnd that crvrh alltnnoe report it, or ganization to this commit U. Those alliance will not nwensarily emlrrace only those who are in favor of pro hibition, but we invoke the m-open-tion of all who believe that th peo jj.sj us OL.SUS asavo m s:i,a - , , tipmei lltoirview on ft nbiect of," " VwVer II.IL glonorw ft such v.Ul inirKirtance at tlio ballot-1 they were, pale m tba light of the lxx. We invoka of h ftlliancea. ' devotion i of the naiu Father ple of tlie auto Have rrit to and every frir-nd of the ransa, ft con-! HiwBon oi ft. Anionjo, ftna Uibntirm'toaidtberjomruittwin di Hb" Text Mirtrn who died forhb- - -w. ..i ,iertr at tlie ".l-uino. nhlcU .lwiatinir the ciosa of pii li'lutJirti Mnrh ftintrll.atinna miv 1 l.a f.A-arvirvll Ira V. f) J vlravsn. I pwi.leut .f the Lxrv-utiTe CCTomittee , et Waco, TVmp, and the comB-.tto. will m tii"t th fund will b prop-1 erly aprrr.rTrUL V riprU4;iyrmrct ttoatajllbel nevrerv,p n Tex be militated to; w....!.aJ, .haa alwrw ' pulsiaab tha above. i ISasrjwyrfallr, I W. D. jirexr, TdWA Mx Ja. L Movant, Scar y. TVvn Thk Jaly 4U. 1W1 Texas, Our visit to Texaa delighted, but priaed, amazed and overwhelmed us. IJs traditions and history, its strug gle and triumphs, its majesty and rnagnitudo as a State, its wondorful climate aud infinite resources, its gi ant progress its schools, publio and private, its unparalleled and unap proaohable landed endowments to perpetuate and perfect its system of publio education, culminating in a Stato University to be located at Austin, the capital, and the most beautiful city on the continent except Washington City ita churches and asylums its railroads and rivers its so.iport and inland cities its ex haustion supply of timber its farm and ranohoa its cattle, and sheep and horsos its cotton and corn and fruit iU wonderful mineral springs with their curative properties, and sea and surf bathing st Galveston and along the coast its latent pos sibilities, marvelous growth, and in describable future. . Where is the frame large enough to hold theso pictures, or the pen or pencil brilliant or bold enough to set thorn forth T It cannot be done. - That master hand or brain has not yet been fash ioned or token shape, that can illus trate and elaborate tho extont and wealth and beauty and power of this Empire I Texas must drop its old tradition of "The Lone Star." Texas is the rising star, marching with giant strides to take the Srt place m tlio galaxy of states. Liko a magnet, Texas is drawing the ilower and bloom and beauty and culture of the continent to herself drawinrr capital aud enterprise, draw ing mind and muscle, and organizing abilitv of tlifi-flrst quality. There is room enoujrh. The cli mate is porfoot. Intelligent, ' law abiding, industrious poople, no mat tor from whence they come, or what their opinions may be politically, so cially or religiously, aro most cor dially wolcomed. We visited Marshall, Palestine, Ilantsville, Houston, Galveston, Aus tin, San Antonio, and sevoral other points. We mingled froely with the people, and during all this time we saw no disturbance and heard of nono with one single excoption, and that was at GalveBtou, where a young man had taken aboard too much whiskey and made a fool of himself, on men generally ao nnuer suon cir cumstances, whether in ; Galveston, Texas, or Boston, Mass. Whiskey and manhood are always at war with each other, whenever and wherever thoy come in contact Land can be bought VERT LOW in Texas. It can be rented on shares, and everything you n eed but a hauso, and pluck and energy and ca pacity to manage, will be furnished and you share equally in tne pront, be it more or loss, whothor you raise cotton or sheep or horses or corn or cattle. GOOD SCHOOLS - are being established, and are well patronized all ovor the Slate. Chorchcs are being erected, and from a dozen to twenty new railroads are being built and pushed on, milos per day, to speedy completion, witn an ubundunce of capital crossing and re-crossing each other at short inter vals in nil directions, and bringing to the doors of all the people the pro ducts of all lands and zones and climes. We had supposed we know, from a careful and somewhat extonded study of the map, and from correspondence, something about Texas. We confess wo wore mistaken. The only way to know Texas is to visit the Stale, to mingle with her generous, hospitable, largo-hesrtod people. We never met a more intelligent circle of Indies and gentlemen than at Huntsville. We never saw people mora devoted and more determined to build np good schools, good churches, good homes and good society, than these ladies aud genQemVS with whom we' came in contact at tne ciuea aoove mentioned. j Yon could eisily put the whole population of the Lnitod State (50V ()!M),(H)0 people) into Texts, and then it would not be a densely populated a Masav-htiscttA, and the religion fervor and heroic deed of Flimoatb W Vf ?' I1 e"kt , w31 la beard from on atom of the topic. W shall also hav mora to y ,Tf;1" J''"1 JJar5 future. St Lorn lJarTtiOD, - and II a -. II ye win rtrp iu ywar ""'"' mr1' aMiaa. a daetario feara-lf ( f;" ' doertaf. J varan rsrs mm -- - d aa a!y Mist ip' lacl)e i lavr U roar i)arat.M wiH Wsj wraa. . a V - - -'- iL.l Am lra i wll and Uprr, aad ear rreal ip- ( j Tk frrataat revapdy lor tkit, tba rnst iwiaa tad rai ia tell raarj ji He Brittr rrra. 6e bav j elim-. Tke Talft t CM Eaa&s. The raloe of srood habits baa baca - shown in a remarkable way ia tba President's ca. Ik ia laardly too much to aay that plain Uving wvad hi life. Ilia anoMton gav him a sound oonatitution. which rprnt- ed a certain ainount of temp4sra&c on their part, and h took proptr care of the physical resource tnty . bequeathed htm. When he was shot he had so much energy end vitality stored, np that he, was able to rally from the shock, and present indioft tiona are that his constitution will triumph over a wound that would have killed nine out of ten. Hi re covery, if he doea recover, will be a reward of ment, extending not only to himself, hat to hi sturdy fort father many generations beck. In this connection it ia interesting to notice that the President haa always been a boliever in early clinner. Un til be went to Wadtiington ne at nut Srincipal meal in the middle of the ay, and after he became a member of Congress, be bad bis dinner time put at the unfashionable hour of six never later than six- The family of the White House had been dining regularly at two, except when com pany was expected To what an ex tent his own superb health haa been due to his sirrple habits it would be difficult to say, but they had, unques tionably, much to do with it Chica go Tribune, Never Kaew Fear. "President Garfield," said Oapt Henry, marshal! of the District of Columbia, "ia a man who never knew fear. Pooplo are Inding that out now in a way that they never knew before. They have seen him in the vory presence of death, and under stand especially those who have been 'near him that he has not in the least particular been agitated, and this vory bravery is the thing that has preserved bis life thus far. Many a weaker man would have died long ago. I thought I knew him before this, but I did not He is greater than any one snpposod, The fact of tho matter is, the people had come to regard tho President, to a certain extont as a sort of small personage anyway. Grant did something to ward making this feeling) and then ' large portian of the country never behoved that Hayea woe properly counted in. They now see that the President is the head of the govern ment, and that he has a hold upon their hearts." ' Easy to be Cynical. It is such an easy tiling to be cyn ical, we wonder, that any sensible ' or ambitious man should choose a manifestly easy road to cheap distinc tion. Any fool can be cynic. And a great many fools are cynics. Not that they make the best, which are the worst cynics, but they do very well, well enough to make everybody -in their company feel deoidly uncom .'triable, which appear to be the rreat aim of the cynic's life. When a man doea a good deed yon simply supply a base motive for it Attrib ute his benevolence to selfishness, hie piety to hypocrisy, his sooUbility to political motives, bis public spirit to a desire for notoriety, deny the very existence of purely good, unselfish motives to any man other than your self, and you have started on the road to develop into good cynic. Burlington Hawk-Eye. - ' A Well Established Fact. Many man hs been ruined for life by going surety for ft friend, and -being compelled to sell all his prop- erty to pay the bill. Every commu nity ha its examples of thia class, and in nine cases out of ten the man who thru loses all, lose hope alio, and nover rises again. The New York legislature recently passed a law organizing fidelity inararanoe companies, the business of which will be to act in the- place of bondsmen and personal sureties for those who must give bonds or want help ia the wav of surety. If the statute is sound nd i provisions wise, the companies orguiized tinder the new law should do ft good business, and will doubtless site tho property of many man too weak to say no to the arrpeal of ft friend for the vse of hi name and credit Fort TVoyad Qasttte. Thb Biaaoif Wht. Wts yoa r i Tour drnuilt to boy a bolt! or to maC.m at ika nnin Hiwimnraa' Livar. RegaUttrr, od b prerjU yo with omeoo(erfit with a nsiiUr aooad-in- asm aad nn 'it ! lb thi or ' jitat aa good." rk hi b'i Biotive for aot nviai ra tk feauio prerara. lios i While Wir. with red Z wrapper- d rrrenared by J. II. Zeilia A f' H. aritl rambahlv arak la trad a dircet wr. bat hear ia ai4 tka lb aaly ebjeM aaek delt eaa hav. ia ska t.mt ahat ha swakea a few Beaiiei extra proSl hy sa!l;eftarpwka. B rwapir af dralrr wha law y frtkr rtr'W) 71st at fooa ar ws tU Mas.' 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