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V . " 1 v. f 1 . PresSo MM iviarcos I; H. JULIAN, MEMORIAL HUM DEI?, PROPRIETOR. von. x. SAN MARCOS, II A Y S CO UNT Y, TE X A Sj Til ITRSD A Y, OCTOBER 6, 1881. NO. 46 A J . I r r - J'LULISHKI) KVEUY THCK3DAY UY J S A A C II. JULIAN, To whom ull fetter bhould be Addressed. Ot't'tCK KuPtttiJool Plan KATES tK gUBMCMIPl'lON: (He year, In advance. mk month. " Tmee mouth. M : , ..ft On' .. 1 f, . 76, RATE OV AnVKUTrsiNO. Our "qujre. oi.e luaertlna $1 Ml; men adriltlon , ill linerti- u unjVr one n.inli. GO cent. per eqtiare. t I mo. Xmo. 6ino. In moa uqJaie ' 3 " H eolm Free 1 i o 4 . I no lu.wij e.O V0 10.IM 16 (Ml B.nf I N.tiu I li.do m ooM T OOl 10.00 1 au.eo w.wm 13 HO I ft) 00 I SO.ftO 6C.(K)1 an. no i as.eol sun - Jfaiool RiniliiewCaHK one itirh or Iwm, one year, 100, tlard in Hudneaa .llretuiry. one year, ti 00 '. Iegat - and Traeeienl Adveulaemeiite HI . be rtiaroed due Dollar par equare fur the drat I tt I .ninii. and Plftv t.'ente oar aniiare for "tab adril tional lutert'oii. Aquere I the apace of one tnrfa. Fractional tuu'aroa will be counted aa full Art ttaraa . - . , . I,real and Bualneei' Notteee will ba cbared ten tenta per line for i be flrt lowrtlon, and elgm Aut.t nar Una l.tp mmh .dtltttnttlll timertfon. I t.unuiu-liie niidlilalen tor ottaai. couiHT. t B.vO, knr liiatrts ar Mt.aia oflleoa 1 10.IKI (KlQi aH Obituary notice vt over lea linen charged O'le-half ailverttHliutratea. . . ... BUSINESS DIEEOTOBY. Mvwwpuper. ' i-AN MARCOS KRKK PRKM, I. H. JOUAS,1 0 I'ubllaher, oBloe at lido MaiH tint, nearlv niipoalta the) Court Uouae. . , . , ., - Kdiicntlonal. ' L' AX MARCOS OOUOor.. Mm. Adella Duncan. 0 i'rtnoipal.at ber reaidaiicaniarliMtiiU'a Uouk.i Mmlonery and t'uncf feood. ISi MARY KU84KUU Bonniao. i)j . ..... ;. ! . ' . ,, . I . ' 1 Uankurp. (" 1.0V RH A CO., nonbwe.t corner Main Plata" Ml ASK ft. M VLONE, llalonc'e Store. Vrf Goodo. MAI.ONR, aouth aide Plaza. GK0 J ROSS BROWN, East aide Plata Dry flood nnd rcerl6a. TOHSSON A J0U1IS0S, Jfitcboll Building, Sortb J i-tde I'luza. , t , ; . . .' '. ' t J h, TCBSKR,' Wait aide Halo Plata. I J.DAILKY, West aide of the .Main Plata. Uril. U1K3KS, 8oulb tide ol the Mulu Plaza. nR(Qau C H.Nort aide of the Main Plata. y LLISp' SMITH, North Side Plaza. JjAILBY BRO , W.Vrner PUtal rr.RHART BIMCKJ eaKt aide oi the plaia. j, oppoaite Court Houae.,, ,, Gracerlca, nnd Hardware Lv . W. DOSAION COyaat aide Muiu Plata '. .' Gi'vcc'fpiva. -t PITCHFORD South aide Pluta. y. ,r . t ? v ? ;.; ' F. MeALHSTEIl, Jforth aide Plaza. -y , J t ,;). DruKaTiatej. FROHME, Booth Flaa.' .' ' ti ) -. . .i i - 11 1 AYNOLDS A DANIEL, north aide of tbe Main at riaaa. , ,' 'Dentlat. TR. COMBS, office North aide of the Main Plata, i . . : ..... ... ',' 'J.;'.jtwrn. 1) B. RORK, office in the new Hank Building, up . autre. . t (oBHIDE A WALTERS, office in the Court House I ill w. 0. B0TCHWOS, office lo the Co art Houea. T7I8UKB A PRITCnETT. Office, Hoith aide Plata. 1 T. BROWS, office la Mitchell building, north' V. of tbe plata. 1 . Natarr Public ana General Agent I. H. JOLiAH, office Face Paaaa Building, Bakery and C'oafectioaerr. T-iRITZ LAlfiX. Soath aide FUaa. - Stevet aad Tlaware. BESR, Weat aide Plata. GK0 J. H. F.A1THAK. Raat aido Plata. Uwerr and kale staklea. JALEI A SOX, taa Aateala atraeU , ' ' T ate la aaake ra. Jewelor. asjal Optl. eiaae.. , yrr h. ROBBIlfi. caat aide plata. J W. C, LOVS. Kerth aide eT FUxa. J Ml KOIE, warU ata plaaa. TOWISBn at TO VVSE50 S. W, A Gatnaaltk, f XXX, SioTtkeast Cwraar Mata. Mhoeniaker. uahei.., north aid I'l.ta. WJt - l'OWK8KHU 1H10S. north of plaia. . i The Seventh Aonual Exliibitiun 1 OF THE 1 CAPITAL FAIR ASSOCIATION WILL BE HELD AT THE Fair.Orounds. . .. n .' ;- AT AUSTIN TEX 4S, COM31ENC1NO OCTOBER 18th, 1 81. . And CoutiuuiDjr Five D h, . RUNNING AND TROTTING RACKS JflVJSUY DAY. WALKING HATCH THIRD DAY. EQCe8THUlIlACK8 BY LAU1K OK tC0U 1 MfTa days. Liberal Premium, oflered on exblbltl'm. Ko Rn- trauca lee charged on animal orarticlea en- , tared for eiblbitlmi. . Ballroada will Carrj faaaanicera A Freight to tha Kalr at Reduced Hatea. For further particular! refarenea la made to the nreiuluin Hal, which baa heen revised andean lie bad nn on application to tha Secratar at Aiiatln lexaa. JOHK HAAUUUK, frea't. K .C BART!IOLKMP.W,8ecr'r. Kent 1. Tw SUNSET ROUTE. Galresioa. Hamislmrg & San Antonio RAILWAY, Forming a link in the true southern pacific THIS IS the DIRECT LINE TO ALL POINTS HOSTH, EAST and SOUTHEAST 1 IThhotoh Palace Sleepino . Coaches Tteia Stn Antonio to How Orlaui Without Ottngo, rhe Shortest and Bust Direct Kuule Id Eastern Citic BUT ONE CHANGE OP CARS TO CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, I CINCIKNATI, BALTIMOItE OB WASHINGTON, . AND BUT TWO CHANGES TO PHILA . ELPHIA, OBNEWYOBK. ': I DAIIillBMNS 4 LEAVE SAN ANTONIO AND HOUSTON, CONKEOTTNO CLOSELY WITH TEAINS ON THB H. T. O. BY. FOB H0INT8 IN ILLINOIS, IOWA, ;') NEBBASKi, MINNESOTA. , ,., ..! 't !' , i. ANBTHEEA8T. ' . .', . t The Daylight Eipress Leawnq San . ,,.(...; i.AsTONIO HAS,,;!,.,, IHEOUfin PALACE SLEEPERS It Ml? OMIlNS ' " ' 'WITHOUT CHANGE, ' "' ' ! 1 IMAKINO CLOSE CONNECTIONS AT THE LATTEB; CITT WITH ALL FAST EXPRESS TRAINS FOB '' ' ' THE NORTH AND EAST. ', Pare alwaya aa Low aa by any other Route. Re aura your Ticketa,read, ''Via (be Suuaet Route. " T. PIERCEv JB.i cTTnllNER. P. B- FREER, o.r, aTKT.AOT i wta. rAaa.aor.TaT: aot. . 1 . - , . , , , . Mcxota uorai. J- E3 MOREIS, Blacksmith 1:WooJshop, 0 u M. 9 iaw.i . ALSO . .( FARMING IMPLEMENTS, &C won l it or ri.Af a, SAN MARCOS, - - TEXAS. i STATE tewet (TU-Tjei .i , z- LI. aJXU3JUoa.JjlJt A oriiULUill.Eiira. a genu wanted everywaer. Pens lor e'r The Wood Work Department ia under the eero it (bat rxnerienced and aaillfe workman. T. HRAS05KK. All work gaaranteed. San Jiareoa, Texaa. April SI, last. It IJ-ly. ATTENTION, FARMERS! Pa-tiaa having an kind of PG-rain for Sale- ...... . CAR LOAD LOTS a WiUdewellU . GET MY PIIICES AVfeta eelllag cieewkero. JOS. LANDA, TIW RRACATELS, TEXAS JaawSe.Un. vieattf. OB PRINTING! Don o Good Styli 1 AT THIS 0FF1C1 It nam. ro ua ar the developtaea a of Malaria that people eoutlnuall jr a an" a r FROM ' MALARIA! : (rem ihia Millli a. ' poiaoa w h Ibay . , laaat . Imaf ina it la lurking In their ayaiem. ChlllM and revert Headache, INTBRUITTR5T FIVER, GENERAL DRBIMTY BIUOUS FKVER, : v ' , LAMITUDR, TTPHOIU FKVgR, . XAUIEA,1 PAlMFDIiOrFUPlllMG mt AALAHIA! 1 . 1 : ; ..... ' ' ' . : and hare their origin In a dlaordeied Uer, which If not regulated lo time, great lufferlng, wretched neat and death will enane. SIMMONS' ' LIV22 EESULATOE (roat.TTaaTai.i) laabaolutely rtrtain la ita remedial effecti and actaj more promptly in eurlng all forma of Malarial dla-n aaaea than calomel or quinine,, wtibout any of the liturlouaonaequencea whloh fellow their uao. M taken occaaionally by peraona expo.ed to Mai alia ' . . It will expel the Pojaon tend pre fect them from attack t , Aa evidence tee extract from W. B. Yatea' letter, where the' Regulator afforded protection frera the a-orat and moat deadly typ of Malaria, to-wlt t Yel Kerer. ' ' "' ' ' ' "dtaa ; I hare atood the alorm of four epidemic of the Yellow Fever. ' I bad It the flr.t vlltatlon, but durlnrthe other three I ttaed your niedlctue. 1, aa cnntlnaally In the rooma of tbe alck and d.inu but I ecaprd. I have bad aeveral to ak nie bow 1 ecaped 1 1 told them It wik all 'owing to tbe vlr tue otrourRltiimone Liver Regnltttor. ' If the Feve. waa to break out again and I had a bottle ol your Keguiator I would leel aa aat aa if . I waa 1,000 mllei- away. , .. ' ' ' 'Mejnphla.Tenn., April IT, 1BV9,!', , ,y Having neutrallied the piblaon of JUIarla In audi xtreme caaea, . it nan be' retted on a aoverelgi pacific 'and antidote In milder Airmt."'-' See that, you get the Genuine In White Wrapper, with red Z. prepared onlr by J. tl. Xfllln A Co. 1 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS omuans, ' 07 STOP BEATTY lab I ONLY . Aildreaa DAN octa, r.e(1- NIKL, F. PKAITY. 'vVnhini;ion N..J. Illlnatr.iied. rCKein'i and iea. Sella Tt alrht: iioi.iviax'i! niPTl DIDI CCI K I'. W " '. riljl UI1IHL U1DLL.U: Aginta wanted. ' A - J. HI.M N ar cti.' rnuan. FREE Send to inootaia niTtirNCNM univeksitv Allnnlst., tSoureln. .', For llloalraled cireular. A liv. tctual BuiineaF School., E'tablUhtd tocunty iear. WONDERFUL DISCOVERY. IlIETALTIPLAMPWICKri fi'm Patd Dee. T, 1880. - Sg ' h -f Brsm s'kwwwi? a Gives a BriOJaat, White and Steady Blluht. rea ilr-aoo trimmini and laata for mouth Bu , " . 1. 1 . ) . j - l. mk-,. in 1.1,. r..j pnuge paid. Have three ait' a, a, B and D. Jgmtt wanea. r aonrH Metal Tip Laaip Wior Co.. - .. , . . 1 . ; 7Cnrtlndt !.. W. T. GOLD MEDAL AWARDED THE AUTHOR. BWfc. Anew A areat Medical Work. waxtanaMl tbe beet and often p. eet. indiapenauble to evT man, entiued "the 8cience ot Lilt." boand in rineat Frenrh tnnaiin.MnboaMd.f nil rilt. ihD paa-ea,oonUina beautiful atJ krtnaa, 13a prearriptiniia, oolr CI Unt braaail rated eample,6e.; eeno rne ill lUatvraieru aaiAJI'io. v v. . ecuu Uw, na.au a 1 cai"i aavur. el InwtitTieoT Dr.Vr.H.VA UB, Ko.4 bolliacb ai. Bostota, ' a j " ' - - J: A BOOK OF BARK URIGISAUTT, tKTIlI.ED PRACTICAL LIFE. The great problem aolved. Tha individual care fully considered from the are of reaponalhllitr np to meto ttv. In regarfl to Education, Home, necieiv.j loe. Marrlare. Honeaa. Ac llnm M 'tad -alter 'are to 14 Brtad winnare. Tbe volume aboonde In iatriking thoughts' rare ll.fortnaUoo and Imeaarj ilar, roll deecrlptfon lenna, Ac. to J. C. AtoCUI UY, A CO. St. Louia Mo. AGENTS WANTEDnVi he etily Comp'ete, Authewtie, eal Folly lllaetratei Lif.ef Prsrident Garfisld, lwt ohlibed. It la a thrllllav Herri of hew he rM bv heacalean atracgie, fraiw oaacarlty u laear Kraectally lull recardlng kle Cah wrt. Conflict with kaklinc. AttMiiBted A a 0 tnaitea. Waaderreli aarctcal TrealwirM. PcwtiarCrttealCwlitioa etc bit written: witemeb4 elth etl eeTtraM ! OarfleM.alM, (nil llkoneoeee af the taI(Ma.. Cah inet Mra. AarfleM. ee- rk. Ht tar (kr faateat e!!tt ak oat. Cietalara free. I J I erne .Owflt SOe. AddrON a oaaae, aCavBAkD BatOS., rabllaaewa, Atlanta Oa OTARTLrTJC V DISCOVERY! LOST MANHOOD RESTORED. A Ttottn of yoer&fal liaeawdrine aauaang Puaoa faro Decay, eroas ueeamr, ae tmmmmm. ww. fc..lna li mm tw eman oaatl lauaa 1 i. mm om- jn.Jaan.aitaegaYea . wkoch hat nM ml PUPA ke ka fciiowaav leaa, ooVtroat af. ftV SttSTv Bvd, I tea tau, !. 1. f PROTECTION PHt. 11 a 1 r at, na.aia ti 1 e 0 oC ra7tww7taw tatalaaa, 1 vat THE MEMOUY OF THE DEAD. Forget them not I Ihoagh now their Same B ' but a mournful ound ' ' '" ilhoagb by tba beanh Ita outran claim 1 A allllneaa round. ' . ' : ' Though for Ibtir aaka tUli tartk tit mora Aa It kaih been may be, . And ehadowe, never marked balort, Brood o'er each lrar And though tbolr Imajo i i aim lha aky, Vet, yel, lorget them notl Sor, where their love and Ufa went by, . Foraaka tbe. apot I . . ( , Thay have a breathing Inflntnce there, - . I A ebanaaot elaewhero foand Sadyot It aanetlflea aja air, The atrtam, tba ground. Then, though tha wind an altered ton ' . .Through the yopug fbllage bear, rhough avary Bower, of aoaiethtug gone ' 1 ' ' ' A lingo may wear) ', i ... . . '.. ! . . Oh I fly It not I Wo frulUtn grtet, , Tbualn their pratenca led, . . A record linlca lo every leaf There, where thy dwtlt. ' till traoe the path which knew their tread, , Still tend their garden-bower, . Still commune with the holy dead - i, ' . In eecb lono hour I , ,: .' TbtAo'y dead 1 obi bleat'4 w are. That we may call them to, , Andto thrlr image look afar - .. r i.i Through all onr woel .1 Bteaa'd, that the thing the? lotoJ on earth Aarellca we may hold, ' ' ' That wake aweet thengbta of parted worth ' Byaprlngt untold.' " ' , ' ' IHIeaa'd, that adeep.aud chatt-nlug power Thua o'er our aouia la given, I If but to olrd. or eong, or flower, Yet all forheaveul ' i f JVt. Iltmani, ISome of the Literary Remains of a Little -' ."Boy. : , , The following were fouud among the. pa. pers of tue late Ulaude H. Juuaa, una over two yean of his life, from nine to Idlevea years; Some otherg of an earlier!! ' late will appear in our next '" ' " A Story of a Beantlful Stream.,; ( ,1 . BT CLAtTDE R. JTnJAN.r-1875. . , . I , Cnbet I saw ft beautiful ' little stream tha never, never rested, but it ran and it rat through the little bushes, and the moss had sovered the little .' rocks, and the, flowen were growing along it, and the little flsl uwimming about in it,' and the little squirret w5jumP3i along the trees and birdies hoppet and snng, and drank of the clear little str jam. riin wAt ftr vm rfc anil n1fn.r. fiilil tha .rnh. bits ran and hopped about the little stream and drank of the ' pure running water thai that was so cold and nice. And a little duel came going 'qaask'J quk 1 quack! "anc una drank of tne pure running water, ,nnc liwam .about and won went liome aiAm And after a , While tne farmer, came ,anc. brought his coif and his pig and his 'horse. and they all drank of the pure running, wa ter. And this beautiful stream was as pure as gold, and flowers grew on the hills stl high above and fishes lived below, : And once there came a little boy to fish, , and hi saw a trout and . tidied him. out and then 'went book home." And: on the bank the 'gross and moss was growing nice 'and green ind the old oak tree was bending o'er the clear and glorious stream ; and little' squir rels ran up and down and drank of the cloa little stream. . When the days were hot and dry, . the little squirrels hopped up am" down the old. old oak tree where they could 'got their winters store, and big ripe' acorn grew, and up and down they hopped to on old hollow tree aid to the oak, they would run acorn by acorn, one at a time, in their xharp teeth,, and then in the winter thej would go in the old hollow oak and eat np their dinner and supper and breakfast til'l kpring was near; and then they would hop, jump and run and go up and down the old oak trea, and when the nice old summer dare would come, and bring the flowers and nuts and aoorni again, then they would be- happy as any thing here, and gathering their wintr food again for the long cold winter hoirij when frost came and the cold snow fell and the trees were bare, and all covered Luu ,nA 1 v.. M .r,S,' .V all the beautiful stream was froiea over with) ice, and the snow waa falling thick and tfael boys came eliding down the high hills and! tumbling down on their Boeea, and alingin Know balU at each other ; and when tbe ani beian to ahine, bow elad were the littk-l ejutrre'j then to aee the enow eotng away and the liule stream once more manic 2 niorf and clear again! Aad the frog comas onti iot a bole -ad-boio and hope, and the ae.t thing fberw eorne tw eomee aa old dacivaad VJtAm. Lhha p, aad then he will never cotae oat hi I. . ... .. aote any anora, row ao at roaa. . pnt ae waa. that hvedi. mare &na ti I expect ; aid oace tbe fanny eosao aopplng mioag, aad they were going to churoh one trammers day, and whoa they git there they dogaa to slug, But one thing that was oomin 3 to break their church up for to-day wm Ur Candar and Mrs, Goose 1 they were coming to take dinner of frogs. But before they got there,' the frogs. had all gone but few Ahat did not know what wat coming, and stood there wonder, ing about what the otherg had left for, aai the Ant thing they knew they igare gibbled up too like that one that was out on day. And then tho iquirrali cane out again and Jplayed end ran about And then one . day there earn a little robin redbreast and built his nest in the oak ires. And then Mr. Squirrel and Mrs. Squirrel hsi ma lie every day. t And one fine day when the robin had weaned her little ones, they would come j i i . j ii. . . . ,r ' ! i. uvuu avu awuviuu u3 J v iaar. ajtuufOi house and sing aongs to them ; and they would peep out and look at them, and he would peck at his 'eyes':1 and Mr, Squirrel aid not know what " ha done that for. And the little .bird would sing and then ft would go home to hie nett And then after while Mr. Squirrel went up tl the nest and began to look; and Mr. Bird thought that be ought not tooome to hie house. " ' Pawn tho green aud mossy banks-with dowers and grasi' so grsen, through the meadow, by the hill, there he comes running down t and it u you, tbe little stream, that I heard going by, and I hoard yoo, and the frog when he jumped in, and then yon splashed your water m his face, and he drank, ' but you did not core. So you went swiftly gliding by, and the little birds are singing en Cv. a. v. 1 .11 ti.. huo ' ,uv msivy iituuiwg awuwj lau Miv time, and when the sun is down and tha Ibirds are gone to sleep and the frogs begin. jto croak you never (top to lest, not a minute do you stop; but keep running al (he time, land whon the sun begins to shine then tbe merry birds begin to sing and the little squirrels hop down to the little stream. ' .i .. . Story of Waka. ; T 1 t!Ul. 2 I II i. 1 . - j. u:ivo a muo nquirrei uun , iiua luuujr name ; I don't think you oould guess it if you were to guess all day;- hie name is Waka.. He is , the funniest thing I ever saw. I bought him last year. Then I had two, they ere in a wooden box; they were so young :hen we bad to feed them on milk. , After while they began to grow stronger and one iiittie follow was awiui uveiy, .out tne omer was afraid to do anything. One day I saw Son the bars of wood where one of them had' een gnawing ; he kept gnawing every day 1 was afraid they wpuht get out '; And me morning while we were eating we heard t loud kind of scratching i noise, I looked round and saW my squirrel a . biting: as hard is he could and directly out he Jumped with he other one after hiraV' Fapa got up and iried to. catoh 'him, but ) could not, , After breakfast Papa tried again and caught one f them, but he could not catch the other. We oould not catch tbe other all day, . and n the evenipg we could not find him. f At r we hod ate supper Papa went to hunt for lim, but we could not find him j and then re went to look rj rider some boxes in the .orner of the room : after we had got to the jonom one we saw mm cuuuieu up oj tag xx. Papit reached his hand down to catch lim, but before he had him, he jumped up ind ran a little piece, theft Papa went . to :atch him again but he ran again ; but after vhile Papa caught him. Then we bad a lord time to keep him in his wooden box, so Papa bought a large tin cage that had a kind if wheel for tliem to turn in. After a few reeks they got so tame that. I could look at .hem when they would eat and they would take things out of my hand. They would tank their milk out of a sardine box wiucu Papa fixed for them. - Sometimes both of .hem woutd get together in that wheel, and turn it so fast you could hardly see 11. C. B, JULIAN. 3an Marcos, Texas, Match 22, 1877. For other articles of this series' see Gth ind 8th pages. , ', . .. Many persons will take do medicine un til Drostrated on a bed of sickness. . This is folly. 'Ksture always calls for aasistause when needed to throw off impurities. With our habits of life, it is neceswry to render this help. Pmcklt Ash Brmru will not j'orse nature, but acta mildly and renders the iitanoe required. Try them. Oct , 1 mo. "What guarantee have yoa that the subat?. tnte offered you may not at one time con- kain one thtng and at another aomethmg Uae,forToa can be blindly deceived by krandulent medtcf ae which laceuy asadeto get up eome tiling cheap to Uke theplace of the arnmaeof high repatationr. Xae genume ,bae been gaanofaetored for yeata half hnUlioei of dollars cxpeaded to its Jrftation; and too mack sexiaer is invrated ' tLtT.: r.n w. u v.;h ate&Aaral Tba heat earl lof a lifetime has been spent ia eocitmig this f LUL -It 4m III. T"1 . : rJ'Z JmUcrlM Sn eaa Mm enabU tae AmM 1 be what at caeep.v.. a. 1 sao, u