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Fnee Press. lA.Ar UAKOOI, TRXAt. TIll'KHUAY. MABC1I ft, IMH4. NEWS. iKBlYiL OK PAS8ESUKU TJUINS. TBAIS ru SAM MtkOCM M rulUIWI I Hill. UPRHl rWnaflonUi i Sit P. M. and 5:40 f. M fluiuii NotUi i :X5 tod 0:!t K. M A biff Una of gUM war it La. l. Daile;', Kw Horn 8wlng Machlnaa, J. Wssd's. Folding and single lounges, J. Wiw'i. fiut suite of parlor furniture, cheap at J. WaBO's. Tbi water ooinMko j now boasts of baring n hnndrad and twenty-lwo customers, A bw lot of cliMp blank hook, at Bam Maboo Book Storm. Tmxm I itlU ever J prospect of an abund ant aeaaon. A beautiful Una clothing at Lu, J. Dalle;'. New good coming in every Say at La. J. Dailey'a. Ton are aura to get bargain at La. J Dailey'a. nn and aee the new lot queenaware a Lu. J. DaUey'e. Flower Pota, at Sam MAJkooa Book 8toii. Distbiot Oocbt at Lockbart. ia now "on exhibition" fresh ow auperior flour. S. F. MoAllibtiii. Juot reoeived, Tree delivery. A large lot of window shades, linen.at J. routio and Wabd'b. Bwolb oopiea of the Faxi Paass for .at the office, five oenU each. sale Coffins and metallio casea of all sizea, at J. WABD'B, fur. Some fine walnut suites at J.' Ward's niture store, east aide plaza.- 0u Nbwspapbbs for wrapping purposes at the Fbem Pbess office. ' ' LAST chanoe for big bargains at Jthe Oieaen bankrupt store. W. T Bobinson, Agt. Dailey k Bro are agents for the "Per. feet Fitting" Domestio Paper Patterns, all of the latest designs. ANYTHING and everything can be had at the bankrupt stock of Giesen'sfor less than cost W. T. Bobinson, agent. Don't fail to see that $400 set glass ware at Lu. J. Dailey's ; he will sell you from one to 100 pieces of it Vxobtables, such as lettuce, radishes, eto., are abundant, and peas will soon fol low suite. Call and see those lovely works of art Prang's new Easter cardx, at San Mabcos.Book Store. Am, humane people are rejoiced 'at the partial delivery from our prison-pen effected by the Distriet Court. Somb interest is already being manifested ted over our local county politics. .Bather too soon to become excited over the subject, we should think, The close of the Free School branch of the Institute was commemorated on Friday last by music, literary exercises, callisthen ics, etc. D. W. Pbitohett will preach at Kyle next Lord's day at 11 A. M., but wiU fill his pul pit at this place at night at 7:30 P. M. IUmsuskb th corporation election Tuesday aett. on F. M. Oiamqu's ia tb plana to bay your fruila and eoafectioua. Freak supplies ra orlvsd daily. Baa advertisement of the CinoluMti Oal Urr of photography and the fine art gene rally in our column. It will far aolipa everything In that line wa have aver bad in Bun Marco. Mora anon. Coomtt Coumt was in eeaslon a few day the for pa t of (he week. We learn there waa only the nu I grint of ease against the "colored bretlireu" for gambling, with one or two conviction. - Mabriaob lacxmiia tiut our last Usna to the 87th Innti Theodora Monyoraud Buua Bodrlgnea, W. O. Weatherford aud Mm. Pattie King, A. A. iiioniaa ana Willi 11. uowund. Ma. Wm. Stkklm baa jast reoelved a dos au nice young carp and placed them in the water company's reservoir. It is a pleasure to watch them awimmiug through the clear water. The reservoir itnelf Is quite attract ive and ia generally ruunlng over. BHXBirr UABBU on Monday received a dispatch from Llano to arrest and bold a Mr. Drain, a consumptive who bad been atopping here for aonie t:ma. The sheriff and Marshal Prinoa accordingly "went for him," but he gave them leg bail, also show ing fight, and made good hia escape. Dihtbiot Cocbt. The only criminal case disposed of since our laxt report waa that of the State vs. Tho. O'Neal, theft from per son, two year in penitentiary. The court then adjourned. We will give a aumniary of its oivil proceedings in our next Babbitt Metal always Fbeb Pbess office, supplied at the FOB BARGAINS go to the bankrupt -stock of Wm. Giesen's. W. T. Bobinson Agent. Horse Bills Neatly printed at this office. BANKBUPT SALE, gains II Giesen's store. Bargains I Bar- W. T. Bobinson Agent Mass from the Texas Sour Springs, giv ing their virtues in a condensed form, for sale by Batnolds k Daniel. ANYTHING and everything can be hod at the Giesen store for half price. W. T. Bobinson, agent. We are still furnishing Kendall's Manual on the Horse to advance paying subscribers, Please remind us if he should overlook it SAVED fifty per cent by buying at the bankrupt store of Wm. Giesen. W. T. Bobinson, Agt IT WILL pay to borrow money and take advantage of the bareains to be had at the Giesen store. W. T. Bobinson, Agent There will be a mass meeting of the citi zens of San Marcos and vicinity at the Court House on the night of the 2nd of April next This meeting is in the interest of the lately organized hose company, and a large attendance is anticipated. Notice. Two hundred and fifty head of good grade sheep for sale, mostly ewes. Apply to J. R. Burleson, 18 miles northwest of San Marcos, on Bio Blanco. Mis Toixinoeb comes very bighly recom mended socially as well as a practical millin er and dressmaker. She ia just from the large millinery establishment of Armstrong. Carter k Co., Baltimore, ML, the largest establishment of the kind in the United States. We are now in receipt of nearly our entire eprine stock. Con-dirt iDg of Notions, Staple, and Fancy Dry Goods. Mena Tooths and Boy clothing, a full line of Ladies' and Kama fine shoe of the celebrate! Kelly anke. Good easarttnrit of Mens and Boys traw and for Rata. Xew Prints, Doaesbee Call and examine oar stock. Joannes k Joamo. Wm are ba receipt of the American Jour nalist for March. It contains a long article on Woman Journalists, and much other mat ter of interest. ' Terms $2 a year, 25 cents number. Address American Journalist Co., 505 Chestnut street St Louis. Another Interview Ice Factory, Eto. We had a call from Mr, Ostrom, another member of the firm who now own our water power. We found him also a very pleasant and intelligent young gentleman. He informed us that the ice-factory is a fixed-fact, work on it being in active pro gress. This will be a very nice step in the progress of our town. A corn -mill and cotton gin are expected soon to follow. Printing: I Printing I! The Fbeb Pbess is just in receipaof a fine new stock of printers' stationery, such as bill heads, letter and note heads, cards, en velopes, fco. , tc., and is prepared to turn ont job printing in as good style and at as reasonable rates as it can be done elsewhere. Call and see specimens and learn prices. Our large stock of ladies' hats and trim- mines has arrived, and will be offered for sale next Tuesday. Miss Tollinger, of Bal timore, Md., will have charge of that de partment We have just received the larg- ;t line of dress buttons, the latest designs. The Domestio Monthly says that the sea shell buttons are the thing just nowt and we have them. Our dress goods will be in in all the new shades. Dailey a, Jjbo, BAHGAIN8I BARGAINS!! AtOirsen's bankrupt stork' Call anon and save big money. W. T. UuBixaojr, agent feral Card. W, D. Wood aud Owen Ford Lava aaaooi. aled themaalvea together for the praotioa of law In ravil matter In Have eouuty, leuu. Ortloa for the preaent, at tho Court Houne, na aiarooa. mvx. o-iy, Taa Fbkb Pbbm ia one of the beat edver. lining mediuuia In Western Texas, while its Job Printing Office la unsurpassed outaid th larger town and citiea of the State. All work guaranteed, Ordera by mall or other wise will receive prompt attention. ' Eye, Ear aid Deformities. Dr. T. J. Eaton, formerly of the Surgical Iuflrmary of Indianapolis, Indiana, will via. it Han Marcoa profewsiouallv Tuesday and Wednesday, April M and aud. Uoouia at hotel. AU atniuted with any disease of the Eye or Ear, Catarrh, Croat Eye, Club Foot Bp:nal Curvature, Ac., should not fail to aee him. Artificial Eyes lu"rt d, aud Surgical Unices for deformitiea fitted. Pile treated without pain and a cure guaranteed. Notice. Aostih, Tax., March 1, 1884. Notice (a hereby given that I have this day old and transferred to Geo. C. Beed all my iuterast in the stock of merchandise, store fixtures, books, notes and accounts, hereto. fore carried on by me under the name and style of G. W. Beed, Agent at Son Marcos, Texas. A. E. Habicht. DON'T delay, for big bargains at the bankrupt sale. Giesen's store. w. X. Kobinbon, agent Election Notice. There will be an election held in the town of Han Marcoa on Tuesday, the first day of April, 1884, for the purpose of electing a Mayor, Marshal and five Aldermen for said ayor, town. March 8, 1884. 0. S. Cook, Mayor. Notice. The Dartnershio heretofore existing? be tween Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Bicbardson, in the millinery business, is dissolved by mutu al consent Mrs. Jones will eettle all the business of the late firm, and all knowing themselve indebted to the same are respect fully solicited to call and make immediate settlement and New Establfahment Millinery Dressmaking. Misses Bmither & Davidson at their store room on the east side of the pnblio square, are now receiving a handsome line of sea sonable millinery goods in variety all new, tasteful and stylish. Dressmaking and stamping done in the best style. The ladies of San Marcos and vicinity are respectfully invited to call. A Good Thino. We are glad to notice that Messrs. Humes k Lancaster have open ed a feed store and produce.honse in the Barbae corner. That is something which has long been greatly needed here. Feed, when to be hod, has been held at exorbitant prices, and often could not be procured "for love or money." Wo trust the new enter. prise will be a success. bis rEBSOSAL, Albert Burleson Is In town. F, A. Dial la taking vacation from medical stuJiea at Louisville Ky. W are glad to see Mayor Cock out again after bl lonj illnea. Commissioner lUtliff wa in town Tues day. The Luting Signal diaolaiina any applica tion of IU headline, "San Marcoa Horror," to our town. All right O. C. Weems ia opening a new grocery tor in th old Donalson stand. Glad to see all the vacant plaoea filled. Jake Wol', very lute'llgent gentleman and prominent in Son Autonio basin circles, made us an agreeable call on Monday Mra. Fanny Wiloox and Master Walter bava gone for a aojurn of several months la Waller County. They wiU be missed by many appreciative frieuds. John Williamson ha a public watering place at hia corner. He Laa fairly beaten the water Company in liberality, and ia entitled to general thank. Prof. A. A. Thomas of frairi Lea and Miss Willie Bowland were married on Sunday last at tha residence pf her parents in thia place, Bev. B, Harris, officiating. A congenial match, we should think. MiasFanoie May Witt, a bright and attrac tire young lady, representing the Sunny South of Atlanta, Gav stopped over here on Tuesday to look after the interest of that popular journal. ' Mrs. Hofhelns of this place bad an ankle badly apralned and reoeived various other injuries while attempting to get off the North bound passenger train at Kyle on Monday evening. She waa removed to her home in San Marooa on tha five o'clock train. She was suffering acute pain and bad to be carried on the train. . A suit for damagea against we railroad we near is talked of. Happening in at Hinxie's the other day we were impressed by the way the establish ment was filling up with attractive goods and wares, both in the grocery and bard ware departments, it was certainly never in a more healthy and prosperous condition, with a constantly growing business aud a steady and successful effort on the part of tne management to meet the same. . Millinery Goods The Latest. Happening in at the Millinery Store of Mrs. Jones, we learned that she is in receipt of a considerable portion of her spring stock, embracing an elegant variety of sea sonable and stylish goods. Wo never saw a finer display of flowers they almost dis count dame Nature. Mrs. Jones bos a still larger stock yet to arrive, aud will be in daily receipt of fresh attractions. 'TIS SO! ' G. W. Donalson & Co., sell and guarantee Largest Jar Pickles at 75o. Barrel Pickles 50c a gallon. Pure La. Sugar, 12 lbs $1 00. Best Soda, 4 lbs 25c. Largest boxes Matches, 5o each. Sardines 10c a box. Starch, 40o a package. Best Bolted Meal, 75c a bushel. Short Clear Bacon, 13o alb. Lard. 12io a lb. We have just received additions to our stock of assorted GROCERIES and HARDWARE. To arrive Glassware, Lamps, Ac. G. W. Donalson k Co. FLOCK! We bsve nut receive "tmvrriair ret W dWr to rtl experta! etteac io to ewr "IsBT-rjaL awmfBt nr-H at Kaswu City. load load To the Citizens of San Marcos nd Vi cinity. The custom of cutting express rates here tofore practiced by both companies will not be tolerated any longer by our superior of ficers. Agreed tariff must be rigidly en forced. So please do not ask for reduced rotes, we we can not nor will not give them C. O. D. goods must be paid for before leaving the office. Jiespectruiiy yours. J. H. Patterson, Agt Texas Express Co, A. O. Danfobth, Agt Pacific Express Co. San Marcos, March 26, 1884. Anticipated Improvement. For some considerable time we have been annoyed by the non-issue of our paper on time, and the inability to dispatch job work with desired promptness. Ws are therefore pleased to announce that we have received an addition to our force of printers, which we trust will obviate both these troubles. Will our advertising patrons please lend their co-oporation in the work of reform, by having their favors ready kablt not later than Wednesday noon of each week. The Free Pbess claims that San Marcos ba a century plant which blooms every year, we Know mat sue sou acxrai oao Marcos is very rich - and productive, but Bro. Julian, isn't that just a ieetle bit lively for a century plant ? Thus goeth off our friend of Every Sunday of San Antonio and the Exraess prcTjotmly tried to poke fun at ui on the aame subject Be it known, therefore, that we only stated, on the authority of Mr. Stein of thia place, who knows both Texas and Mexico, that the plant which bloom every year referred to ia a Texas production resembt. ing the Mexican magoev or century plant It grow in Vr. Stein's yard. A specimen of the genuine Mrxicaa article aa we staled, may be aeen in oar eoart boaee yard. The Ninth Annas! Meeting of the Texae Saoday KcSool AimeiaiioB. will be held ia Ui C.ty of Terrell. Kaufman Conaty. beg in ning on Ta-'-day. toe Fit flay of April, ai 8 o'clock P. X Let every Socday rkon inTexae be rejrewited. Aasple frepare-: . .i . . i i Mir) are mik( bwi i t ih kt"i yv TerrcIL to cut -rta-'a all who bmv emne. I. H. HENDRICKS. 1. M. MrCi. J. C KTOBET. A Generous Tribute. Looking at the sales of land and real es tate in your county, I am surprised at the high prices. Here in this county, which is well watered by several very large creeks, with plenty of trnber and rich soil, we can not near get the prices, and I believe the average death rate according, to population is less hero, than in Hays. I own several tracts more than 1,000 acres but if I would ask such prices they would laugh at ne: however, as I do not need money, I hold on to my lauds. The prosperity of your county, I think is a gre.it deal due to you, because you gave a good description of your county, for which, however, I think your people give you little credit T think yon are the only editor in the State who has been so painstaking in regard to this. Yours truly, Bastrop, Tex. C. Ebhabd. We thank our friend for his generous ap preciation of our humble labors. We verily believe our eflorts have borne considerable fruit. We have' published and circulated three distinct descriptions of our county, and have ourself circulated gratuitously hundreds of copies. We heartily wish we had more men with the broad and enlighten ed views of our correspondent as regards this subject The April issue of the EoLicno Maoa- zink marshals a strong array of interesting and well-selected articles, leading the way with one by Cardinal Newman, entitled "The Inspiration of Scripture," which professes to give the viow of the Roman Church on this subject Othr articles bearing on the interests of religion are: "The Christian Bevolution," by W. S. Lilly, and "Christi- anity and Politics." from the Saturday Re. view. A semi-religious paper of remarka ble interest is by the Bishop of Carlisle, and is called "Thoughts About Apparitions." Other papers of interest scientific in their character, are: "An Invitation to Dinner," by Andrew Wilson, F. B. 8. E., and "The Germ Theory of Zymotic Diseases." H. H, Stathem's article ou "Mozart'' gives an ad mirable sketch of that grett composer, The articles, "Tonquin and Anam," and "The Guide of Islnm," by Capt C. B. Con- der, B. E., bear on important contemporary interests. Suggestive and readable papers on literary topics will be found under the heads of "The Wisdom of Goethe," by Prof. Blackie; "Some Polish Portraits," from Cornhill Magazine; snd "The Last Days of Heinrich Heine," from the Pall Mall GatHte. Phil Bobinson is represent ed by another of his unique papers on ani mals in poetry, entitled ".Bears ana wolves. There is a capital story, "Aa Adventure m Southern Italy" from filackwoocFi, and a trenchant poem from the same monthly, 'Pessimism." Published by . B. Peltov, 25 Bond Street New York- Terms, t5 per year; aingle numbers 45 cents; trial subscription for three months, f L. Tribute of ReRpeet At a meeting of Bambo Lodge, No. 42C, A. F. and A. M., the following preamble and resolutions were adopted: Wbebbab. It has pleased Almighty Ood to remove from labor on earth to that re freabment in heaven prepared only for the pure ia heart our worthy brother. Green Reavea, who waa born in tha State of Ken. tocky in the year lflnB, thence removed to Arkansas in early youth, tbence to Texaa ia 1830, wber resided tiU bis deeta oa tb 21t day of February. 184. having been a citiren of Texaa fifty-four years. Bnolrtd, Uerrfore, That m the deata of Brother Beavea hie family baa tnat a kmaf father, the community aa eteeDent dtizrm end Masonry a brother rood aad tvw. That we will rbetiah has BMay vulut aad en Vsror to imitate these. That we erprens oar hmrtrlt aramthi'w wrth the lveaved family. That this rrvaxBt-le aad rearJerioaa be stwJ apoa the re vsT'ts of cwr Lndre; that a copy ba aset to the bervved faniiy aa-t soother fnrwaHd to the Fax Pm, ftea Marcoa, for jaibbmtjoa, , W. T. CBATWAa,) T. ft. Foa. J. T. Woarraaja. Transfers of Ileal Estate, From our last record to Deo. 21, 1883: Sheriff of Hays county to J. H. Combs, land of unknown owner, sold for taxes, 141 acres John McShane grant, $! 52, Same to same, VH aoies of Borne, $" 38. Same to same, 160 acres Denham grant $5 60. Same to same, 160, acres Denham grant $5 60. A. M. Sorrell to B. S. Carette. 44 6-10 acres Philip A. Smith league, $100. D. B. Cocrebam to A. 0. Mosher 4 acres near San Marcos, $300. W. H. Banks and wife to W. A. Mayne, 43 acres near Dripping Springs, $1000. Fritz Endd and wife to Peter Gressen, 100 acres John Street league, $1600. Geo. W. Holland and wife to Mrs. S. B. Kone, lot 2, block 16 in San Marcos, con sideration other land. Mrs. S. B. Kone to Geo. . W. Holland 40 acres Chambers' league, consideration lots. Same to same, HQ acres Chambers' league, $180. W. T. Chapman and wife to C. O. Barton, land in Dripping Springs. $2I. ' Wm. M. Jordan and wifco W. C. Boy, 8 acres of laud in Hays county, consideration ranch and stock. Beuben Netherland to J. ' H. Ne'.herlacd, confirmation of deed. Lu. J. Dailey and wife to .C. P. Dailey, pt lot 4, block 11 iu Sau Marcos, $1200. B. J. Sledge to Valentine Arnold, 108 acros of Johu Street survey, $975. Anton Bozelle to Jacob Siedman, 320 acros on Cypress creek, $320. J. A. Smith and wife to Neal Norwood, :13 acres of E. Clark survey, $1000. J. A. Bacon and wife to Abel Siou, lot 2, blo.k 15 in Kyle, $150. Win. Uroos to Jos. f eadon, jf acre of Z. Hinton survey, f 30. J. a. uorriHon to ueo. f. uamson, an undivided half of 1854 acres out of James Lansing league, $1000. Gilbert Gay to Eliza F. Gay, 1535 acres Hays county, $3000. James V. Allen and wife to Peter Beard, 25 acres on Union creek, sr00.' Sheriff to Mark Marx & Kempner, in terest of B. W. Smith, Sent, in two acres in San Marcos (case vs. P. B. Turner fe Co.; A. O. Wegner and wife to J. U., W. H. C. B. Crawford, 160 acres on Onion creek, $450. Otto Groos to Herman Lager Housen, 69 acres, $2000. John N. Boyett to Wm. G. Butler, 160 acres on headwaters of Onion creek, $450. Madeline W. Durar to Hulda Bossellman, 100 acres near Dripping Springs, $250. W. V. Koy to V. U. Jiarton, land in Hays county, flaw. J. U. Meader and wife to Mrs S. . Har rison, lots near Du Pre, $481. W. T. Chapman to J. W. MoCIintock, 203 acres J. M. Lea survey, $250. J. V. Hutchins to W. B. Haymes, interest In lands with r. U. Turner. F. M. Alley to A. M. White, interest in lot 8, block 13 in San Marcos, $11 40. Barnes A Wetmore by their attorney to W. J. Good, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, fi, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 in block 33 in Kyle; $500. Wm. Hagerman to Geo, .tLeverson, 400 acres Balpb E. Sesvey survey, $2833. Doff Merritt and wife to Pomucino Solice, land in Hays county, $150. W. O. Hutchison to Robert Michael, 75 J acres of tul JJurleson labor, fSnii. B. P. Ellison and wife and B; O. Collier and wife to Geo. T. McGehee, 54 6-10 acres Tbos. G. McGehee league, $1250. Barnes A Wetmore, by attorney to Thoa. H. Seavey, 74 1-100 acres Z. Hiuton survey, $203 60. Tbos. H. Beavey to J. Br Knight aame property, $250. Governor of Texas to Sam Herring, pat ent to 426 acre in Haya and Blanco coun ties on Flat creek. W. O. Hutchison, adm'rof L. T. McCarty, dee'd, to M. L. Beed, J. L. McCarty and W. A. McCarty, an undivided interest in 546 acrea of land on Onion creek, $395. Barnea k Wetmore to C. W. Boo to, lots 1 and z. block 29 in Kyle. $128 75. C W. Booea and wife to O. a Bilk, aame property, $700. Geo. K. Kylander and wife to f. D. K. Bvlander, 40 acre ia Gaadalap county. W. B. Haytae to Geo. E. Bylaader and F. A. Bylaader. 2954 acres ia Gaadalap county. $44r2 64. Gee. T. Jtcfiebee te n. U. Collter, TOO acre of Wm. Peters laga, $1&1 SO. O. M. Cade and wife to J. C Roberta, IIS aerea of F. W. Robertaoa aorvcy, tl'OO. Joaaala lilto. a atory from whoa pta wa are aow paMiaa iag. baa Jost wntv-a a aew book which is ereetiac a aa atiaa ra shaay rrrelea, ander the tiUeef -Mejorie aad BraM." Mrs MiIW rrarda U.M aa tSe hot book a ba rrrr vnttt. It ia fall of m ulit hM drata of ai early fmatiw rife, mctaranig away rx ef poHry lor Mr. MftW reek aaMvtrthe ef the worWf'a ye. It a r.&fce4 by Tank A Waraana. Xrw Tort, at fa low reira ef 15 enak ha rapar fcaa4. D-. aad $1 0 cVah fcrad'ae e tWar IBETTIEIK TTtffl AET FISDDH. allikJ THE MOST BRILLIANT AND PEI1FECT LEHSE O They areas TRANSPARENT and COLORLESS as light itself, and for, softness of endurance tothetya oannot be surpassed! enabling the wearer to read for hours without fatigue in faot tney . ; are perfeot sight preservers. , - Aa thousands throughout tho country will testify, who have had thoir eyes greatly benefited and preserved by their ubo. Such men as Gov. R. 13. IIdbbakd, Judge K. B. Tvbnsb, LrecT.-Gov. MabV nir, Judok Bonnes of Supreme Court, deceased, R. F. Bdntino, Geo. Goldthwait and hundreds alone in the county of Hays will testify to thoir great brilliancy and purity. . Peddlers or trav eling agents will not bo supplied with these epectacals at any price. . - i , ICVJISai !f. JCtTm Krll GZ3 9 JSl. JXELsII tSTT DBQXXCL IS MY ONLY AGENT IN SAN MARCOS', where a large assortment of myv GOLD, SILVER AND STEEL Spectacles and eyeglasses can be found and properly fitted to all conditions of tho eye. mch6-6m A, K. HAWKE8. SPRINGOPENING, -HcGREEN & PRICED Ton are respectfully solicited to call and examine our stock of spring goods. ' Our stock of Spring Dress Goods has now arrived and is full and complete in all the importations. Our stock of White Goods is far superior to any ever ex hibited in this market, consisting of Swisses, Brown Linen Lawns, Nainsooks, Mulls, India Lawns, ilamburgs, Persian Lawns, Printed Lawns, Torchon, Tulls, Cotton Lawns, Laces, &c In this line we have all the novelties known to the trade. , .- " -KiaTorno:iTS.5M- - THE CITIZENS' OF HATS AND ADJOINING COUNTIES Are Respectfully Invited to Call and and Examine my Large Stock of Buttons, Hosiery, Silk Milts. Taff Gloves. Umbrellas, Corsets, Parasols, Hoop bktrts, Handkerchiefs, Bustles, Fans, (Cr., dr., Our Strins and Summer Clothing is now on exhibition. Our line is full and complete in wens, youths', boys schools and .... . XI ,7 . J) T. .J" 1. . -7 f. 1 children s. L-au ana examine mem vijore -puruiusz-ng unnvnuc We can please you in ft and price. Heir1 U -hTI3:EI3SrCr GrOOZDS.- Mens1 Manilla Halsx Star Shifts, Boys1 Straws, Collars, Misses Sailors, Cuffs, Children's Straws, Scarfs Caps, ' Ties, IVe call special attention to our celebrated TP A VIERKid Glove. Every pair WARRANTED. Respectfully, GREEN & PRICE. Nainsook Underwear, Lysle Thread, Balbriggan, T Try If lf0 &C) dec. TUB CIjSTCIISTN" A.TI AL 3LVE WL 'W ' IS NOW OPEN AT DR. COMBS ROOMS, has the tbe best facilities for making PICTURES Which has been Carefully Selected by me in New York. .,. Consisting of STAPLE ANDFANCT DRY GOODS, OF EVERT DESCRIPTION. CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES, HATS, SHIRTS, HARDWARE. WOOD AND WILLOW WARE STAPLE AN FANCY GROCERIES, I claim to sell the bent brand of FLOUR offered to tbe trade in San Marcos, and refer to those who have purchased the "IMPERIAL" of me as to its merits. ' THE : Caldwell VTagon For Sale at $10 under regular . '" price. I am ageat for the celebrated Win- ship Cotton Gins and Presses. Parties contemplatincr the purchase of new gins will do well to gvrfr-mo a call. Will moke liberal terms. Give me a call before buying. Terms liberal. " Respectfully. . J. V. HUTCHINS, V oicbJOtf i 111 FINE PICTURES of all kinds and sizes, NEW INSTRUM'NTS, rare BioEoaorsitD, BiAtmrvi, AocxasoBixs 4 3 1 If " irr.SaTa ,' n" STtoktdProo. we use THE Dry Plate PROCESS, Which is far superior I to the old process. We make a specialty of Copying and Enlarging Old Pictures in Any Style desired. 17 If Call and see us. GEO. J. RILEY & CO. GtJ.B.HAWLA, vWrt ks sst aslr MAKES AND KEEPS Hen's E:cts and Shoes. Of Wrtry nU . On)if ( lbs CWpwt, m arii rv Plata arkj WALKER BT TLv is Twao1 at t prrfrt bca ta awk aad af Caa ba aa4 a rWn.k ia Kaa Ksmna JlepaJrimf a?" oif&t ne. DR. J. H. COMBS, OrnCI: North Bid Pnblio Eqnare, Maai Harrw. - Tains, WIXD MILLS, IE0IC riTE, BATH TCBS, rLCVBCRS A VT M tCTTIXTSTS 8CP- rum. Aiao. 8rr Gratia, Manilas. Tateat Data. trTork aa ia ocnsry at Inaaal prica. If At KY CO. K Alaais Plaaa, Mar C-2a Am Abtosj. Tn. HEADQUARTERS FOR GROCERIES GROCERIES of all kinds at wholesale. GROCERIES by. the Drayload. GROCERIES by tU Carload. GROCERIES by one or one hun dred packages at a time. WHOLESALE Liquor Dealer. TOBACCO AND SEGARS a specialty. ORDERS BY MAIL filled with as good selection and at as ' low prices as if bought in person with the cash in hand. n II. U. HOUSTON. TT7FT Ml Cms w Isrvaiarwaaa sf Osssv I Imimi. luisut Cwr.n, rausnsw, Tiim, I J, ta4. WOTlCt Is karvs 0ms (kst O Barslsr Ssm- aIMMI ( Om BhtS af Otwta r tku Csfnr sin ta WM at a aV sf lk Ciapssj si ri Oas. Tiim, sa . a-vll Ttfc. ISM. at IS Tk a., .sr.s Is IW Sr-tx sf tts CasT. jv iktlrswdls sf ssck Vast sms s mtj mm PaMst to s!mmv gina.raM tW aolsr As- ssl mrmtmt sf tks BucSWMsnsI ks Cmmfmr vtHssWia ita.iMiiaiCMrsriiwM, Trsas. ss Bsa4. SsrllTtk, iai.M II a. i ! a. If Lss at IV Caai7. ha si nil af rVMt s I ttnwn ta trr Sw tW smsIss . . aaS far as liBn.sstisa af aa-S IMim asaM a tka sxs -O S. 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