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A Valuable Cyclopedia at a Bargain.
We have a new copy of the latest Edin
burg edition of Chambers's Cyclopedia, with
bu addition of about one-third by American
editors, devoted to American topics, the
whole in 1! handsome volumes. It is con
ceded to be the best work of the kind for
the price, and is brought dovrn to 1881.
Kaviua another copy of the same work, we
will bell this one very low. Call at the Fuzz
Fbess office and examine it. ' ..."
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No frost ytt
SrtM. too iniaj
vacant hor.B3s.
Canaby birdj, fine siugerA for' solo at ... '
Sax Maboob Bookhtobb.
Baeley, Mules, Farm to sell. Chenoweih.
Koixer Skatins is in vogue, with 6om e
of the ''boys," rink in Harper's Hall.
P. li. Tobneb & Co., have just received
a car load of bagging and ties.
Novelties in Ladie's neckwear just re
ceived at P. R. Tukneb & Co's-
P. R. Tobne3 & Co., h we ; just received
a carload of Caldwell wagons.
Thk Ladies' will please call a nd see our
now line of Zigler shoes, jut received. ,r
P. II. TORNBU & CO.
Go to Johnson & Johnson's and see their
new children's shoes for school, etc.
New crop sugar house molasses at John
son's. In the classic language of pur friend
Gid, 'them molaifees is good."
Uabbiaos Licenses (issued in October,
one: Thos. K. Hutchins, to Mary Ann
Booker. '- 1 -
Goto P. R. Turner & Co., for your wag
onn. They have the Avery and Caldwell,
which are "the best in tho market. je8-2;n
Ma. Lanet has soi l liia goats, but is still
offering his stock ranch at very low figures.
See advertisement.
We send out some extra copies of this
week's Free Pbess. We trust those who
receive them may like them well enough
upon examination' to favcr us with thei
subscriptions.
P. R. Turner & Co.,
rr x ; a 1 l V.r.
Ries which they offer to. the trade at living
i prices. Call on them before purcnasing
X; elsewhere.
The regular term of Commissiones'r
r Court met this week. , Full proceedings
'fl will be given in our next.
Jj) See our Clubbing List. Make up your
f-H mind what papers and periodicals you wish
y to take, and let us order them for you.
W You will save money by so doing. .
lJ "Grim visaged war has smoothed his
" wrinkled front." The election is over, and
. new Roods have arrived at EBwnt's.
Dolmans, Persian Plaids, Cashmers,
Beige and Flannel Suitings, just received
aud for sale cheap at Ebwin's.
Go to Hinzie's for your supplies of family
0 groceries. Very large purchases by him
warrant low prices to his customers. The
best articles at lowest prices always.
tH
ft Wanted By the first of Dec, an inteL'i
v gent and active boy, (black or white) from 10
1,1 to 12 years old to do light chores. A comfort
i able home and clothing furnished. Inquire
0 at the Free Pbess office. L. Powebs.
Something: New.
P. R. Turner & Co., have just received a
full line of Military Braids aud Ornaments,
the latest thing out in trimmings, the ladies
should not fail to see them before the stock
is broken.
Valuable Land for Sale.
i I have 200 acres of laud for sale, fronting
W San Marcos river, two miles below town. All
J fenced. Nice building site on the river,
above high water mark.
C. L. McGehee.
W Oct 12tf.
P. R. Tcbxeb A Co's stock of clothing is
of Englwh Diagonal, and Cloth suits, also a
giet variety of business suits to suit every
body. They are offering great inducements
to cahh buyers. Call on them before bay
ing elsewhere. No trouble to show goods.
A oood stock of cooking and heating
iftoxtw jast received at Hinzie's.
0 Take 5otice.
C. IL Bright ha resnsuel possession of
r h note and aocoanU AH pertoiw
J knowing th:mielTe indebted to him. will
please onj; forward aaJ settle at caA
Winter Wood Wanted.
Winter wood vr.uitaj at thie office. :
Wm. Kisbs au.1 Alvin Blmlti Uave gone
iuto the sulooa bmiuew at till pluoo.
. Go to Cloasby'g gallery for Cue photo-
gnxphi and other pictured.
See prospectus of the Centpbt and St.
Njcuolaii maj'Hz.'ujs. Never before have
they, ai it seeum tt us, offered eipml at true
ilons. Vowillelnb the Century with the
Fkek Pe 8 at $.' C.' forbith; St. Nicho.
Ins wid Fbeb I'uEBi at 41 i;5 for both,
Not a litt'.o to our regret and mortifica
tion, wo fl iiourulf compcllei by f iilurj of
a supply of p;ippr ti oo ua titiiuo, ,V issue
a half sheet th;s wiek. It is tha first time,
we hare issuod one for a ye ir or more past,
so we trust we shall be held exsused, es
pe.'inlly as it is the result of uo fault of ours
however. -r- - . , - . .
,V V-&- 1 1 J .1 '
The Free Press thanks to tho co-operation
of friends last week fairly distanced
all its local contemporaries in the way of a
pretty full report of our county election
news.
Daily paper. New York, St Louis, Cin
cinnati, ifcc, for sale at the Free Press
office. Also some choice weeklies, maga
zines, and valuable books. Call and see. .
The official returns of. our county election
will be made next Monday, and we hope to
give the full vote in tabular form in our
next
To my Patrons.
My books, accounts and notes are all
posted ud to date, and in the hnnds of C. II.
Briggs for collection. .
T. M. Blaeemobe, M. D.
A mild norther came in on Sunday
morning. The day before at noon the ther
mometer stood at 8C 0 ; Sunday it fell to
40 0 , or about 46 in 24 hours. The north
er however brought a welconn change.
The weather is becoming very dry. Still
very fine for cotton picking; -
The new Court' House'now 'stands about
complete externally ; only some of the win
dows hick the sash, etc. Every one pro
nounces it a "thing of beauty" unsurpass
ed. The Commissioners at their late ses
sion extended the time allowed the contrac
tors three months, but it will probably not
require over half that time to complete the
building.
J. n
Ocb election report last week was incom
plete as to some of the precinct officers.
Win. Woods was elected County , Commis
sioner in place of Peter Schmitt. J. B.
Ratliff and J. R. Burleson were re-elected
to the same office. ' C..S. Cock was elected
justice of this precinct, and L. Robison
constable. David Lynch justice in pre
cinct No. 2. and J. R. Doby in precinct No.
Election Notes. ' ;
The Houston Post gives a table of the result
of the election in 100 counties, . which put
Jones 3G3 votes ahead of Ireland. It says
there were CI counties to hear from, and
still claims that Jones may be elected. Ire
land, however, we presume is successful,
but by an amazingly reduced majority.
The contest for Senator in this district
between Pfeuffer and Hutchison is so close
that nothing but the official returns will pro
bably setCe it.
Cleveland's majority as Governor of New
York is now put at the unprecedented figure
of 200,000. Independentism is evidently
at the bottom of the great turning over at
the North as well as in Texas, merely oper
ating in different directions according to
differences of political circumstances, but
against party corruption and bossism every
where. Married,
At Navasota, on Tuesday the 14th inst.,
Mb. Charles H. HAYMES8,of San Marcos, and
Miss Nannie V. Greer, of the former
place.
The happy pair relumed on Wednesday,
when the Free Pbess was appropriately re
membered, and extends congratulations.
On the 8th inst, at the residence of the
bride's mother, in this place, by Rev. H. S.
Thrall. Mb. J. V. Winfteld, of Cotulla, Tex
as, and Miss Maby A. Kerr.
A Commendable Home Enterprise.
We have been quite remiss of duty in not
sooner speaking of an enterprise in our
midst, which is important and creditable to
niiiiita to the waeon and car
riage factory of W Lanham. This gentle-
man, lonneny or ijocmlout iuir ui ausuu,
Uaa Koon hrA in VnminpRs some three or four
LSM -
months. He ocenpies the former stand of
Ran Bro.'s, and we are pleased to learn has
purchased that property, so well adapted to
his business. His shops, both for wood and
iron work, are complete, and well supplied
with tools aud facilities of the most approved
modarn styles. He ha several employes,
including one of the finest carriage painters
to be found anywhere. Since he eame here,
he has turned out no less than ten carriages,
and orders continue to come in. He also does
general blacksmith and woodwork, and re
pairing of all kinds. We saw some of his
carriages, which are hard to excel in sub
stantial character and style of finish.
Jlr. Lanbam U a permanent fiiture of our
town. We are proud to introduce hira to
the people of thia region, and cordially
commend him to their patronage.
Personal.
Geo. DunLjp, the sewing machine man
of Austin, called oa cs a few days since.
'iHeTjkr Turner of Jciajveston, J in
M.. u NortLjraft Los goue to Bandera
ou LuaiMf j 2x i t rr f : ' 1 : ; ' 1 .
Rev. At A. FUherleft this morning for
his uow home lis Uvalde. 'l"he beat wit-h-csof
a host of frieudit go with him.
J. M. Civrletou, tho young man formerly
employed $J$X Vr. DihuIwu & Co., is in
Sau Autouiowitii'Sheparvl Iiros., printers.
We should ' Jyive luado mAntion iu our
last of ths advent of a boy baby at the
house of Mr. Murchison.' He is of course
jubibnt. ?
In Viaw ota jrecent.local eveut tho ne-
cosHity of au asylum for hopeless inebriates
in thU State becomes plain. There is no
lack of ample niateriii (or such on institu
tion
U. Wti DiHial
,lnun h inboui removing
to
the To ll pliwo, which, ho puruhosod Borne
mouths since. Ha will have a beautiful
hoais.5 i'Cairt. MaCleHofnH V,Waupy hut
former retidcaj tj luti;L
' Wo ard ploasodyto notice) a new. poling
fouco in front of our frieud Mrs. Axton's
property, making it look quite like anoth
er ; placo, , ( Had ; that , the good lady will
now have ft "brigh Bid,o'' to hor daily life.
BlinM folks as well others are sometimes
roulantio. .Mm. Andrews, of Hownce Hall,
had a music teacher from tho Blind Asylum,
Austin. Lately he eloped with and married
a lady of tho same institution. Both are
blind. . . ;
Mrs. Delony stopped over at this place on
Tuesday'' night eu routo from the west to
Fairfield, Freestone couuty, where she has a
positiou in the academy of Maj. Bishop, and
made the Free Press a brief call
. Johnny Eastharu, of Beaumont, made lis a
pleasant call ; on yesterday - morning. He
says the reports of sickness there have been
exaggerated, that' his father's family nre all
well, nod that they are doing a very good
and payiug business. Glad to hear it. ,
Mr.. Chastain has been given charge of
the section house.. opposite town. He still
retains his former position on the railroad,
so will be likely 'now to 'mak'e it pay."
Glad of it. We' know of none more de
serving of prosperity than this worthy gen
tleman and family . i "' ' '
Mr. Chas. Hutchings, the popular and
handsome young man of the firm of G. W.
Donalson & Co.' in addition to his other
accomplishments is also quite an organist,
he has purchased the organ formerly used
by the M. E. Church, and the poor typos
next door are very frequently treated to
good music to be sure not such inspiriting
melodies as "Capt. Jenks," "Littlq Brown
Jug V "Shoo Fly' etc., but very good nev
ertheless. r
.. Happening out beyond the college . the
other day, we were1 surprised to note the
improvement on the late residence of J.
P. Kone. The' house is enlarged to about
twice its former dimensions, and other
wise improved. ; We learn that Mr. Kone's
mother now owns and will soon occupy it,
aud that Sam will take, possession of the
Oid homstead at Stringtown as a benedict and
p oispettive pater familias.
With the term of Commissioners' Court
which was held this week,,.' two of -its mem
bers viz : John L. Malone and Peter Schmitt,
retire from the cares of office: They have
been good and efficient members of per
haps the most important Board of Commis
sioners wkich has ever served in Hays coun
ty,' ; and we have no doubt they have acted
as members of the same with an eye single
to the publio good.in their honest judgment,
and that however some may dissent now.the
general Verdict will ere long be, "well done,
good and faithful servants." Their retire
ment is of but small importance to them,
for there is neither a large amount of mon
ey nor a superabundance of thanks atten
dant upon the position.
Mayor's Office, )
Leesbubo, Va., April 19, 1879.
Messrs. Hutchison & Bro. : It affords me
pleasure to testify to the great virtue of
your "Neuralgine" for the cure of neuralgia
and sick headache. It is the best remedy
for these most distressing complaints I have
ever used. It should be in every family in
the country. Yours truly,
Geo, R. Head, Mayor of Leesburg, Va.
Hutchison & Bbo., propietors, Atlanta,
Georgia.
Sold by Raynolds & Daniel.
MARKETJREPORT.
San Marcos Eetail Price Current.
CORRECTED WEEKLY FOR T1IE FREE
PRESS, BY O. W. DONALSON & CO.
Coffee, per lb. 2Ji20
Sugar, brown, per lb. 11 10 izj
" C A " "
" rnuUted, per lb. 12 I3i
cru.hed. " 14
Kftffi, per dot. 00c.
Butler, oer lb. 15
Cblckem. per doi. $1 50
Bacon, clear aide, per id. is
Urd.-eboice reflued IS
Cotton Seed nil, per gal. 85c.
Hama, " " aw
Molaasea, aorghum, per gat. CO
Lv. " 70 85
srrup, Oolden,
SO
Rice, cboice.
Apple, dried.
Prunea. Tarklab,
Rod. Knull.b,
per lb. 10
" f.S
IS
M " 55
Pepper, oil.
Spice, all, "
Starch,
galt.coarae, per tack, $
S3
" Una. " W
Floor, "lei. I. prrl00lbaf3SO
St. l-oala, per bbU fS 00
Meal, per bu.bek T
Cor. "
Uala, 60
beat, per baabel. I -
Les;al Xotlee.
This is to give notice that I will apply to
the next Legislature for a special act author
izing She payment of my chum askheriffof
Hays county for ?1W 70 against the State
for fees in felony cases determined at the
September terra, l). of the District Court
of Hays county, which claim was duly ep
proTed by the District Jndge. Hon. li W.
Moore, and duly recorded as rrj aired iy
law, bet not preected for payment within,
six morths, as required by law.
Jauim A- Wirt.
Nov. 1C iw.
BSIDLyD
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ILePlclKrcsqne Koule of Texas!
GULF CCL0'3"d SANTA FS 11
COiNNECTIONS '
At UAI.VKI I OiH with Waller r Una Hlaanirr
lur Kf hrl, aud ew York wlib Morf.u Una
lor Saw OrliMiia, ludiaooia, Vurpua t'ln.ll,
llrowiuvllla aud Vers Crui
at Aitt oi.V wtih "iT o. a. r. nrfuFcuiuBi-
bts. aud Jo wiii" In Braaorla Ouuiity.
Ai IIOMCN MDUt; wlib O. II Y.A. Ky (sun
art Route) lor Colunibua, Walinar, Harwood
I.uIIiik, Man Antoiilit, UroUo, Cv.ilda and
We.ter l Texan and .Vcxlrol a!o lor III uauii
and Star and Crenceul Koule lor Beuuiuont,
Orange, Uka Cbarlea, lb Tdche I'oumrj. New
Orleaita, and all poluia In (be Soutb-eat, .Norib,
adKam,' siib New Vork, Iriwa Mexican
H'f lor Wbarlun, Victoria, aod atatloua on that
lino.
At Uroniium with II, ft T, C. Il'j for Hemp,
atead, Ledbeilvr. Gtddluga, Mctada and Auallii.
At niiluno with I. A O. N. Ry for Beam,' Pal
eallne, Rorkdale, Hound hock, (Jeorrtown,
Anmlu, Ran Marcoa, New tirauuleti, Soli Au
louio aud lreilo,
AtTKfflPl.KwItb MUaonrl Pacific By.
A 1 .tlcUrtfor wlib Texaa a St Louie Hallway for
Waco, Coralcana. Athena, Kouut Plaa.aul,
Gilmer, and Trxarkana.
At JtlOltnaiV w'thTexaa Central Ry. for Waco,
Komi, Hico, Irede'l, Cinco, and all point ou
thai Hue.
At Cleburnut Juuciiuuol Dallaa Uivlalon of
O. C. 8. K. K'y. ,
At rOMT U OUT II with Uo. Paclflo. and
Texaa and Pa:ilic Hj a. for all pnt on thot.
line ; for Kl Pano. Santa Fe, Han Kranclrco,
and the Paclllo coanl, and for Kantaa ( Ity , 81
I oul. Clilcnto, New York, and all pulnla North
Rant and West. ,
At uatlus wlib U. a T.C. R'y T. A P. It' '.,
sud Dallaa Kxtenllou of Mo P. K'y.
tj!8oe that your ticket read over this line, '
aXaTfor full lufonnatiuii adJiem
OSCAR G. MURRAY,
' ' OKS'f. PASS. A0T.
apr-0 OAI.VK8TON, TKXA8
BUSINESS OAEDS.
W. O. Hutchison
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
San Marcos. Tex. '
Prompt attention paid to Collecting
Claim and tCxaminlnR Land T'tlea. Keb 1-l'v
ALTtHU HAET.
A. i. 00WLRS.
Hart and Cowley
SAN MARCOS, 1 . . TEXAS.
All kind of wood and Iron work done Id the beat
atyle. Wgon and carriage made and repaired to
order. Machine work s peclnky. Order nolle! tel.
rSHOP, corner of A null n itreet sud rallroau
right of way, near Railroad Depot. aept 21 it
P. I!. TUMEK & CO.,
San Marcos, Texas,
NORTHWEST CORNER PUBLIC- SQUARE.
Fust Received
And arriving every day, the Largest Stock and Best Assortment of
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Clothing, Hardware,
Hats, Crockery,
Hoots and Shoes,
Wood and Willow Ware, Notions,
and Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing
Goods, ever offered in this market.
ALSO DOLMANS AND CLOAKS IN GREAT VARIETY.
Special Attention
CALLED TO ZIGLEK& HAND MADE PHILADEL
PHIA BOOTS AND SHOES for which we
ARE SOLE AGENTS. EVERY PAIR WARRANTED
UN EQUALED FOR DURABILITY AND COMFORT.
OUR STOCK OF CLOTIili.'G
in now Complete, embracing a Beautiful Line of Scotch and English
Casimere8 and French Diagonal Snits which we are offering at price
which defy competition. Call and Examine them before tho Stock is
Broken no trouble to bhow goods.
WEST TEXAS AGENCY FOR
The Avery and Caldwell Wagons. Every Wagon Guaranteed. We tic
selling at bed rock prices, and ask oil our frienls to call and examine our
goods and prices.
P. R, TURNER & CO.
GLOVER & CO.,
BANKERS,
SAN MARCOS, TEXAS.
Special atUtithm ptid to tillvli. jly 3-H
MARTIN UNSIB,
WHOLESALE GROCER
, And Dealer lo .
RAILROAD SUPPLIES.
HA.l .TI A It! !,
Jan 'till?
Free Press
Job Printing
OFFICE. . :
err East Sldo of Plaza.
TO L m W!
In turn of WO ta) 1 3,000 an Inproted ral
edataln Hay County.. iDlere.l 10 par cant., pay.
ableatnil-aouually, Rtaumabl eomniluion tbarg
sd for tiegotlatli'ii loaua.
ZIMPLEMAN & BERGEN,
arpIAtt Rel R.tale Agent. AUST1V.TKXA8
C P. RUMPEL,
Corner Lavaca and Walunt St's., , ,
(MOkTH tr TSS CAMTOl.) , .
AUSTIN. . - - - TEX.
&
And Manufacturer of and De.li-r In ' Picture
rruiues. Nacond-hHod ttooka soagbt
nd old, at favniabla price. . v . arpt. Jl Jru
Dr. J. H. Combs
RESIDENT DENTIST,
Mno Iflarcosv ' . 'Txn.
Orrioa or tun Iktbmmatiumjii, Usaav 1
KuHTtiaaN Kailuoad CospAmt,
'.-' Pai.KTiNK, Ttsia, Nov. la, IH.il.
Holies ta hereby .len that meeting of tho
8tockloldera of the Internationa) and Great North
ern It. R. Co., will be held at the ofHco of tu Com
pany in Paleitltie, Texas, on the tOtb day of -e.
camber, 18H3 ' for Iba purpoaa of empowering tho
Ulcer and director of -hi Company to enter In
to auch running or t radio arrangemeuta with tho
Galveiton, Houiton, tiiid Handenou Railroad Com
pany of 18.12, or to enter luios contract to leao
the aald Galveiton. Ilnuaton and Uaudaraon Rail
road orao to acquire control of the aald Galvoaton
Houiton and Honderaon- Railroad a way bo decided
fur the bent Inter. t ol tha International, and Ureal
Northern Railroad Company and a s part of aald
contractor arrangement lo guarantee the p.iytueut
of tha principal and intereat or either of them of
an la.ueof two millions of dollar, nfaald Galvetorr
Uourtou and Henderaon Railroad Company' firit
mortgage five per cent bond.
D. 8. H. RMITB, --
Secretary,
. B. 8. HATES
Vica President.. , ,, , .
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