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BAN MAAOOS, TBZAI. THUBKDAT. OCTOBER, , l8t HOMB NEWS. iuillVAL OF PASSENGER TRAINS. TBAIMS FA Ul MAROOS At FOLLOW mil. imtu. Going South i :2H P. M. and 8:5.1 P. M .,US North I H SU M aud 9:45 A. U. " AGENTS FOR THE TREE PRESS. Tbe fallowing peroeaear dull ailkerlMd ) for tbe Sab MAtoot Fii Faeea, and tre taeewerod I reolva atd reeeipl eaieerer ita aaae. Ceeoij at lafa B. I. rORTtOH.Ceaale JOB 0. KVI. Oeaalr limj". a M afoot A. BB1T0M.P ! erllndala Wteabetley Drlpploi prlnp Pa Pit Manebsee pi sobers' Stert.. isur. Htniy"- UpU't Iter ' Bltnoe City .BLROOB m WRTZIL. . CBXROffETR BOM .. F. LAHIT ... CROW RITILLR, ..OliABDLRR A BRO. FITBR RCBM1TT. W. M. wTATT. 4. 0. BORTRB. M.L. BRRD. O. W. CALL. ....DR. J. B. FRICB Jobnsot Cli B.. 0. BTORRT. jpr Tho aervleee ol tetlv frltnde of too paper .oJiironPF"ina. " P Trial Terms. Wanted large number of ubeoribera to the Fbbr Tvtaa ob trial 40 Jan- 188r Only forty oentd for that time. Try it for thin short trip, and we trust you ' will want to travel further with ua. The oity carriage. Bills has a good article of elder. . First norther of the Reason last night . The highest price for cotton is 8 J cents. If you want clothing go to W. O.Dngger's, he has a full stock. All new. Clothing, hats and gents furnishing goods, go to W. 0. Duoon, For all kinds of mens goods go to W. 0. Duoorr. New line of Millinery goods just received Daily k Bbo. Wanted, a few cords Inquire at this office. of winter wood. There are two independent candidates for representative in Caldwell county. Try the oity carriage to any Marcos for 25 cents. part of San Oranges at Taylor k Bbo. Buy your groceries at Tatlob k Bbo. For fresh canned good go to ' James Tatlob k Bbo. Wanted. 20,000 bushels of oorn in the next 20 days apply to w. u. jjuookb. W. 0. Dagger wants oorn immediately. 20,000 bushels of To arrive another car of produce at Giebkn's Stork. The Caeidy Sulky plow at Gixsbn's Stobe. Go to Taylor cigars in town. Bro's for tho best 5 cent Wanted at James Taylor k Bro. 100 dozen eggs and 500 pounds butter. The finest flour in the market by the barrel or sack lower than ever at Wm. Giesen's Stobe. Received a car of Jackson Wagons extra large beds and of superior finish nt Glksen's Stobb. Just received a new line of cloaks.Dolmans Russian circulars. New Market coats the very latest out Daily k Bbo, White fur lined Bussian circulars just received at Daily Bro. Royal Patent We are in daily expectation of a car of this and Eagle Steam fine flour. Look out for low prices. G. W. Donalson k Co. Notice. All persons owing for washing machines pnrchased from Jerry Smith are requested to make payments to C. C. Weems at Jus store. Notice. All accounts due the late firm of W. 3. Reed & Co. will be sold to the highest bidder at the court house door oa Saturday next the 11th inst at one o'clock P. M. Geo. Bbioor Assionrb. REDUCTION. Compare these prices. Louisiana Sugar 15 pounds $1.00. Granulated 10 100. Navy Beans 2o . -0. Evaporated Apples 2 . . . 1-00. Dried 11 . . . . . 1.00. Babbit's Best Soap 16 cakes $1.00. Durham Smoking Tobacco 60 a lb tack. We are expecting a car of our fine Royal Patent" and Eagle Steam flour, prices redu ced to $7 and $6 per barrel Also a car of Liverpool salt full weight coarse $1 60 fine $2.00 per sack. G. W. Donalson Co. We desire to call attention to our reduced prices in this issue ; satisfaction guaranteed. Call and be convinced. G. W. Dorauom A Co. For Sale. Lota S and 6 block No. 9, Lindsey k Harrfy'i addition to town of Ban Marcos. Title perfect. For information sea or writs to Wood k Ford. Sax Maboob Texas. Septllta-lm. A fiie Stock f roods is thai now to he eeen ia proper order aad arrangement at Johnson A Johns''0'- It embraces a full line of staple aad nary goods, adapted to the fall and winter Jade, care folly selected with rwrpect to the I of Uu narked. Cell an 5Ur Ladies, Pleats reateaabar that the city earria ean at yew boom and take yon at aay the city for 14 ecnta. buad ia from! Hofhetas HoteL J. T. HattklM V receipt of a larcw portion of bis fall " ter nek, torn priaing n of tbe lay r sd Bmo stocks of doOsinff rer f? s Uue nark. TVs saao aaay be I. Tr- 7 td of kus ham of Mm ' Jbe kdMB via to dM icbtaa Petaember be mimm keeps ta wtta 1rlO atjoea. OaU at Bavsuao PERSONAL. " Nswt Travis has Just eompleted a Bp WLilUUU tu bio uwoiuug. Jerry Smith hat boogM a dairy farm aad vuiuaou raaun. The father of our Prof. PrltcLett, from Niiuoun we oeiieve, la viaiuog at this plant. We have a letter from T. B, Fonrqntrean. It will reoeive our attention next week. Rev. Wallace Carnalun still retidas at Anuistou, Ala, Mlaa Uarv Rluhardaon has arm to Uvalde or vicinity to teeoh a private school. A son of Mr. Oieeen while trlmniina? a beef hide cut hit band and is suffering: in consequence from blood-poisoning. ' Mist Qlsa Andrews.of Brvan.a nrenoeaaaa. Ing youug lady, a nleoa of the Taylor Bros, baa come to make her bom with Mr. and Mrs, Peyton Taylor. Nearly all the candidates, we believe, and also some of their friends are busily engag ed in electionnertnit. Miss de Oraffenreid. late of Falls oountv. It now rewidioA at this place with her moth. er, airs, u inter. Miss Mettle Hnaton has returned borne from ber visit to Pearsall and is again on duty In the poatomoe. Prof. Jordan, of Kyle Seminary, preach ed at the Baptist church on Sunday. Itev, Mr. Martin returned bis aeries of meetuiui on Monday nigbt. Dr. J. B. King, of Gonzales county, call. ed on us last week. . He was prospecting for a location. (The above was written for our last, but was mglaid. ) ( Ed. Christian Jr. is the book-keeper of Ubristian t Uo., our lumber dealers. He has his offioe in that formerly occupied by itewt Travis. We learn that our old friend Mr. Often hausen was his own lawyer in a recent case before squire Cock, and "flaxed out" leading law firm of our town. Mrs. Sutherland, wife of the Methodist missionary down In Mexico, has been spending some time here and is favorablv distinguished in church vocal musical ciroles. Mr. and Mrs, Mullins came on a visit to their old home last week. They now re side in Fort Worth. We were pleased to see our friend Mr. M. in better health and ipirits than he was on his last previous visit Jno. T. Towntend left last week on his return to Mexico, his son having so changed for the better as to warrant his absence for time, and business there being pressing. He promised to let us hear from him more frequently, the mails permitting. Mr. Mann has handed us the alphabetical lists of Patents and inventions forthequar. ter ending Mareh 81, 1884. It contains 175 closely piinted pages the size of the Con gressional Record, and gives one an en' larged idea of the inventive talent and enterprise of the " Universal Yankee Nation." Green has decided to open several windows on the east side of his corner building, up stairs, so as to "let in the day. light" and lay off the space into rooms suit able for occupancy. It will cost him a good round sum to get through the solid stone wall. ., The Eyle News is quite unneccesso rily exercised about an item we recently pub lished concerning an alleged incident at one of our restaurants. It was handed us by a boarder at said place, and published on his authority, as an iten of local news. The Feeb Pbess has no further responsibil ity in connection with the subject. A colored couple brought their five year old boy to Rayuolds k Daniel's last Sunday to have a grain of popcorn extracted from his ear. It seems the little fellow placed it there himself, and it was in so deep as to be barely visible, and very dimoult to extract, Dr. Burleson removed it and 'the parents departed happy. We have been shown a very beautiful work of art executed by Miss Katie Booker, It is a picture of the Sun Mar:os Falls, supplemented by admirable lifelike represcn- tutioas of its aquatic vegetation, the main figure being a water lily. The whole reflects much credit on the artistia skill of the fair and accomplished lady. It was painted for Mr. Clias. Uutchings who designs sending it to his mother in Old England. The San Marcos may thus acquire transatlantic re. nown. We were favored last week with an inspection of a "crazy patchwork" quilt, the handiwork of Mrs. Ann Pitts, of this visinity, which we could not but regard with no little interest and admiration. We found it quite an art study' a magazine of beautiful and out of the way conceptions speaking to the eve in appropriate form and color. It is the more remarkable as being the work of a lady 75 years of age. It ought to be sent to the New Orleans Exposition. We read in one of the parables of our Saviour that on a certain occasion messen gers were sent out into the highways and by-ways, with very pressing invitations to a supper, southern hospitality has been known aimoBt to duplicate the narrative in the parable, of a verity. For instance, though not sent for, we were actually called to supper Sunday evening while riding by the frescott bouse, by the excellent and amiable mistress of the same. Of course we could not decline such a call from such an agreeable a source, and were favored, with a coodly company, to partake of excellent supper, comprising turkey and all the bo sompi .aiments. The enure spoataiii ety of the call struck us very pleasantly. The Ladies Missionary and Centennial Society of the Methodist churoh, met on Sunday night pursuant to notice. Mrs. Moeber, the president, we believe, made the opening address and was followed by Mrs. Steels with an essay setting forth some of the aims and objects of the society. Both ef forts were well read and creditable to their authors. The centennial "monument' which the society perposes is the building of a church at Bio de Janeiro, and kindred en' terprue. Rev. Mr. Harris followed with a pertinent sbeecb. Twenty dollars were re ported as coming from a gentleman in Mex ico to make Mrs. Sue Kerr a life member of the Society, and the same amount was received for the same purpose on behalf of Mrs. Kooe, formerly the president, aad tome $25 were raised by collection. Grandmother Ham visited our town this week in the interest of Babylaad's Orphan's Home, of which ah has kwg been a work-ing-represe ntative. aad made the Fbee Parse a pleasant call. 8be informed as that the Home suffered a lost by the burning of the stables attach d with snout oi their coo lento, which occared oa the 23d alt. The re was a great panic eiaoot: the inmates of the build ing jteelf, and some too ia eooeeqneocc tberenf. She aaked at to give tbee farts as affording a reaooa for extra efforts ia be half of the Home oatac the part of oar lib eral people. Cxwtnbobooe at this place asay to left at the store of Jobawna A Joha soa. waa. we preeaote. caa give fall iafor oauoa MUbtta aWred or woald to asoetaocrptaUa. lira. Harm, to ike aootkT of Dr. Harm. gmqinetaT of tbe CsrroUtoa Hof. Aamtm. Kto ears be has returned fro kie rxrwrmxm to tbe Vortfc ia isnrswred toaha. aad the the BO e fteaMwf'd aad raiprvwd danag a aheesve e at to ia a ena&Aaa Be sarpess its loraoer aelf. The peculiar abapa'af one of oar local eolamna. lotni to demand a word of plaaatloa. ' Having admitted the erilioUm of Ret. Mr. MarUa'a tteaohiua la our last. Uis tame tpaco waa aked fur a reply and cheerfully aorordod. Rev. Mr. Hendon, paator of the Rapuat chare h. called on with regard to tl matter, stating that Mr. Martin would not reply, but that as be (Mr. Martini bad delivered bis tenuous here by request of the pastor and church. and as they fully agreed with Mr. Martin at to the matters called ia aueatkm. be. (M Handun), fall that himself and rbumh ought to rteitoud, if any reanouae should be deem' ad Deoeatary. Ia order to deteruiiue thit point, be demauded the name of the author or the article In our but tigned "Alpha, which we gave him, aad be then wrote the "reply" which appears ia another column. We have had advertiaara to aak for the net of blank space in that way, but never be fore bad b call to ass thus a "reading mat' ter" column. We however, have no objec tion to it; we merely wished to explain the oau appearance or our local page. ' ObltBBry. . Mb. Da Emma ATWRLL,of nutchlns, Texas, whoat illness was mentioned la our last, died about that date. She was in the prime of life, but anticipated death at no distant period from consumption, that disease being hereditary in ber family. She met ber death, however, from a form of congestion of the brain. She had oyertaxedjier energies in attending a aiok son, thereby saving bis life, but losing ber own. Having been favored to know the deceased during "her recent sojourn at this place, and in May last to meet bet at ber own home, we had learned to prize highly ber many estimable ' traits of character. Very seldom have we ever met on bo warmly sympathetic and large-hearted. Wt lament her untimely death, and most deeply com miserate the condition of her husband and four young children in this sudden eclipse of the light of b home which seemed to us model of domestic bliss. We shall always think of her as she appeared among the roses blooming in their groundsto bid us adieu, while expressing her pleasant anticipations of another visit to San Marcos anticipations, alas, never to be realized. We append the following verses which recently met our eye, and which we deem appropriate to her life-mission and her last appearance at her home i ' THE BOMB MAKER. ' ' ., Where the mountains slope to the westward, And their curple chalices bold The new made wine of sunset, Crimson, and amber and gold In this old, wide-opened doorway, with elm boughs overhead The house all garnished behind her, - - And bountiful table spread- She has stood to welcome our ooming, Watching our upward climb. In the sweet June weather that brought us, Ub, many and many a time 1 To-day in the gentle splendor Of the early autumn noon Perfect in sunshine and fragrance, As was the balmy June .. . Again is is her doorway opened, And the house is garnished and sweet ; But she silently waits our coming, And we enter with silent feet. A little within she is waiting, . Not where she has met un before; - For over that pleasant threshold . she is only to cross once more. The smile on her fftoe is quiet, And a lily is on her breast, Her hands are folded together, And the word on ber lips is "rest." Andy et it looks like a welcome, . For ber work is compassed and done ; All things are seeming and ready, And her suoiiuer is just begun. It is we who may not pass over ; Only with song and prayer, A little way into glory, We may reach na we leave her there. But we cannot think her idle; She must bo a home maker still : God giveth that work to the angels Who are fittest the task to fulfill. And somewhere yet in the hill-tops Of the country that bath no paiu, She will watch in her beautiful doorway, To bid us welcome again. Adeline D. S. Whitney. List of letters remaining in the Post Of' flee at San Maroos, Texas, for the week end ing Oct. 6, 1884: : Asher, Mrs. C. A. Beck, Dr. J. D. 2 MackneaL Mrs. Betsy Nicholson, Mrs. C. A. O'Neal, Mrs- Kate Pritchett, James Roque. Eulalie Kichardson, Jane Secretes, Mrs. Jos'pn Smith, Miss Fannie Thompson, H. 0. West, Rev. E. H. 2 Walker Miss Lula Wallace, Austin Baker, Mrs. Amelia Bray, N. A. Creech Mrs. Lucy Day, Miss Fannie Dodd, Dump Gary, H. M. Hill, Thos. H. Harwill, Mrs. .Tanie Jones, Tom Lockstedt, Heinrich Williamson, A. W. Persons calling for above letters wiU please say advertised, giving date. Albbbt Heaton, P. M. Car of produce, apples onions, kraut, etc to arrive at Wit Girsxk, Agent Wanted A few loads Inquire at this office. of cotton seed. Extra inducements in produce. Wm. Gixbejt, agent. Canned goods. California fruits, etc., fresh arrival, at Wm. Giesex's. Business Hour and Lot For Sale On tbe Public Square, San Maroos. Inquire at r bee Jtbess office. Mrs. Allen Jones is in receipt of ber fall stock of Millinery goods in veriety. Every thing fresh and nice.and cheaper than she has ever offered before. Far Sale. A yoke of very large heavy work steers, or will trade for com. Lands Baoa., Ang.H-tf New Braonfels. For Sale. A No. 1 Piano, at a redaced price. In- quire at Faxx Pbess office. Beoeived carload of two and fomr barbed galvanized wire which I offer a greatly redaced price, alto nails lower than ever at w m. (iLiux, agent. Legal Card. W. D. Wood aad Owea Ford have aied themselves together for the practice of law ia crvil matters ia Hays county, Texas. OSoe ia Woods new toulding, ap stairs, Saa Marcos. Oct. &-ly. Tbe water Company wiatoa to iavifeas arnna ttoir leduaini tbe , It af pay- it ttoar water bills try tto ( every "ta. Ttoir rde is to eiaea oaT aS wto fail te pay by tto S-i.ead avtboofh ttoy dav bke to doe aff ral imira. ttoir rnlea mast to eoaf orated ta. . '. I DrlpaUff Hprlaga, Ma. EorroB i "When In the course af hwaaa vents," a place which but two years ago was merely a country store, baa attain ed the ais and impartaeen of this, I do think there should be Bums one to proclaim ths traneilioo, and to rertwd the Important t vents occur! og therein, to montion Its ; Ita provmeuU both present and prospective, to writ of ita beauteous surroundings. Its great natural advantages and the Ihout and and one things which make It a place much to be sought after. And ainoa no one has seen fit to pay this "tribute to real worth," I will attempt the difficult feat aay difficult, for Nature baa been so lavish with ber gift, that it la impossible for one pair of eyes to discover them all or for one pen to describe them. Mot will I attempt it In one abort letter, but will, as best I can mention some of them. And now, Mr. Editor, first of all let mt mention the best that ditinum M donun Health; go where you may, I do not think you will find a spot so generally exempt trom diseases, as this little Dripping Springs valley. Those who have lived noarly half a century here, will bear me out in tbat as sertion. Tbst the climate U delightful, you Mr. Editor can testify, after ooming (aa you have), from the prairie to the bill country, As to the soil and . its productiveness, leave the many thrifty formers to testify. dare aay, that while yon may not And many wealthy persons hero, you will find fewer abject poor people than in any com' munlty of its size in Texas j which, in itself, is a great recomendation to those socking homes. If they are sociably j inclined, be they plain or polished they can fiud con genial companions; be they selfish, they will be left severely to themselves ; be they religious they can find kindred spirits of all denominations, and be they studious, they can And the model of schools in Dripping Springs Academy, under the oontrol of that "prince of teachers," Prof. Horsley, most ably assisted by Miss Calfythan and Mrs. Graves, and .that they are well qualified. (eminently bo), to fill their respective positions, we need no better proof than the fact that thsy were selected by Prof, H. (he will tolerate none but the best), and heartily approved by our trustees, patrons and pupils. The future of our school is bright indeed. Though laboring under many disadvantages it Is, under the present management, slowly but surely making its way to the head of the list of high schools. It has in daily attendance over 130 pupils, with more to come in, and yet others who would come, if, their parents could see be yond this finanoiol crisis. To those who are able and are casting about for a place at whioh to have their children educated, let me advise thorn to briug or send them here I do this not to build up the school, for that will build itself; true merit yon know, will ultimately meet with its lust reward; but I do it because, I believe with all my heart that there is no better training school in our State. Our teachers are classically educated, refined, ' moral and rel'glous, and while they teach no particular religious doc trine in the school, by precept aud examplo they daily tell . tho pupils that to obey the laws of the "Most High God,',' aud to walk in his foot-steps is the highest accomplish ment man or woman enn acquire and the best guaranty of success iu life, and as a general thins the citizens are in accord with them We have three organized churches here, Baptist, Methodist and Christian (I mention them iu tbe order of their nuinorical trength), and a good many members of oth er denominations, not leaving out an Iuger. solute or two. To write of the scenio at tractions would make this letter too long. so I must leave them for my next, if per chance, the next ever be written. - We are poorer in ne ws-items than any thing else, I may mention, however, that two of your clerical brethren have beon for several days, teaching the way of life as they understand it. Brother Driskill, it seems after repeated trials, failed to make thispeople believe that "God put it in thar' he says he did, so he brought, what everybody concedes to be most weighty authority in the person of Brother Pritchett, and he even, seems to have accomplished but little in that direction. But one thing he did accomplish, and that was to gain many friends and admirers by his bumble, gentlemany deportment, eloquent preaching and sweet singing. I think all believe him good man, though differing with most of us on some bible questions. But, Mr. Juli. tor, I am making my letter too long for i newspaDer article. I trust you will pardon me, when you remember that of things nearest our hearts we are apt to speak much ly, sometimes even ad nauteuny. Pbimus. Mr. Editor. Much has been written regarding proper employment for women. Silk culture, poultry raising and many other things have been well ventilated ; tbe result has no doubt been very successful. But there are many other ladies who cannot raise silk worms or follow employment of tbat kind. To that class I wish to introduce what to me was an entirely new field. Some three months since my uncle from Albany N. T, was visiting at our house, and we were speaking of plated wire in the manufacture of which he is engaged, and to gratify my curiosity he made a plating machine and replated our knives spoons and castor. The machine eoat only $4, and did the work per. fectly. Some of our neighbors saw what we bad plated and asked ma to do some plating for them, I have since worked 22 days and cleared $49 45. At almost every hemes we got from $2 to $3 worth of plating to do and such work is most aS profit This work is as nice for ladies as geota aad any can do it I am making a Cabinet of Geological specimens, and to aay of yoor readers who will Bend ma a piece of old stooea, abelK or old etna I win aead complete directions for making a plating BBachiae tbat wiU plate gold, silver aad aickla. My object it to get as varied a eollectioa aa posnV4e. PWwae addreaa Mka Francis Caaaey, Oberiia, O. Ttora wOl to rrtaraiag a tto Chriatisa chart aa Ssaday art at tto awoal knars. 11 A. M. Is rWleatMa aaooaditaoaeJ T T.M P. M. Wtot aaaet we do to to saved' la Heal kf areas tkvT are very ieaieat to ted oaaiilo .r MK-lje tl I 41 i The 1 '.. Author ' ." of the ., .i- the article in the last issue of The Fbee Pbess, entitled "A NE W PBO PHET," and signed "Alpha," - is ' ' ' Mr. D. W. FrttiMt, ... Postorofthe CampbeUite Church, in tuis place. - J. H. Hendon. The diamond Sewing Machine. No bet ter in the market Warranted for five years, at the low price of $25 to close them out. J, H. Gaby. Landreth'i Seed. . New crop turnip and other seeds suitable for fall sowing, just received and for sale by Katnolds k Daniel. Mrs. Richardson is pleased to announce tbe arrival of a very nice assortment of Millinery goods which cannot fail to meet the aproval oi her customers being first class in every respect Show-room next door to Mr. Nance furniture store. Have your Sewing Machines repaired by James Lloyd the celebrated Hewing Machine repairer and aavs $25 to $40. Corner Cypress and Brown streets, opposite the L kO. N. bridge, east A nown, Texas. Orders or machines left at Mrs. Bouter's Boarding Hons will reoeive attention. I Am Agent For -McCormick eelf binder, Mowers etc, Jackson wagons Deer plow Caeidy eulky plows Standard cultivators Bookwalter bay rake Wheeler Threshers and other machinery and farm Implements for which I solicit orders, guaranteeing lowest prices aad beat terms. w ar. uixsxa. tafetl MB ew.ertM ktmd er a onl I leipiViito ateee Cum ekoaa eat eeee eaaar. ee a fVa etoc pease aene. ie grm warni Is Bto latest toa.e.wiwn Botoejerei teewvea. TVf mkMetur by aw e- I aw ed tfce M t mm m d enLk a somaA eve, f areiojmare aad eaetawy ed BIRTHDAY MEMORIAL. OOTOBBB Tlh, 1888, . "Sweet seraph, I would learn of thee, ' Aad hasten to partake thy bliat And oh I to thy world welcome me, Aa first I welcomed thee to thial" DaniU MUeter Linm on A ZWA a &m Our Bt Louis letter waa "pied' In making up, henoe has to lie over. Henry Kelly, of Du Pre bad a bona stolen from him on Saturday night Branded O on shoulder and jaw, about eight years old. We find wa are abort of tho Fbrr Pans of Sept Uth, and would take it as a special favor if soma of our home subscribers who do not file the paper will favor na with few copies of that number. Rev. J. W. Neel, D. D. of Saa Antonio, will preach and administer sacrament at the Presbyterian Church next Sunday. Imma' d lately after morning service there will be congregational meeting. All are invited to attend. ' Remittance of subscriptions due the Fbrr Prrsb may be mad by money order, registered letter or pot,al not. Ths but can be need for all sum nnder $5, tnclud Ing fractious of a dollar. Something New I The undersigned have started a Laundry in San Mareo on San Autonio street just beyond Kau's shop. They solicit patronage and guarantee eatiaraation. Price reason. able. Gaines k Goodbperd, . Transfer of Real Estate. Since our last report to Oct 8th. B. W. Breeding and wife to John H. Barnes lota J and K in block 8 in Breedius'i addition to Han Marcos, mil a. W. J. Jones and Asa J. Jones to B. 8, Cavett part of Phillip A. Smith league ri.oiw. John L. Wallace and wife to M. 0 . Cav- ett, 1 8-10 acre of the Phillip A. Smith league ajsu. a E. and J. L. Johnson, division of part nership property. 0. O. Barton, to G. Crow 9 acre of the F. A. Smith league $386. Same to same, in Dripping Sprinor $300, w. u. Miner and wife to John 2, Hhook 223 aoreaiu Travis county. $10U.60. i . u. iseu. uovernor. patent to Albert Goodall A20 acre on the Cypres fork of tua luanoo. Albert G. Goodall to James M. Mason grant above specified $27. Jamos A. JUobou to Wm. It Baker, same property as above, fro. G. W. Malone to E E. Uannor lot 8 blk 3 in Kyle $3,750. JS. E. Banner assignment to 1. W. Man love. Barnes k Wotmore, trustee to Margaret B. Manlove lot 7 and 8 in block 18 in Kyle, BUUt.tH). Hauford B. Robens to L. H. Benedict, iw acres of J. ftl. it. Hall survey S2UUU, J. a. Uombs quit claim to Manuel Logan HO sores of Lydia Ulassow labor. 80. is. w. weeding and wife to Uttos, w. Gregory 124 8-10 acres on Rio Blanco, $3,000. J. H. Gary to Ohas. Black. T. H. Jenkins, and 11. w. Dixon, trustees or Mew liar mony Missionary Baptist church 8 Bores Yearly survey, $45. T. M. Blakemor and P. O. Wood to B Li l'egues aud Jamos Bradford ten acres $100. Chas. Grosbauer to Henry Kellerman, jr. land on tbe Uio Blanco, $21,00. . .. Marbiaor licenses since onr last report to uot. tu. W. G. Brice and Amanda O. Perry. T. J. Moss and Mrs. M. A. Echols. Fred Schmidt and Otilia Graaf. FOR CHILLS and FEVER Use tbe Great Texou Fever Remedy, warranted to oure, for salo only at IUynolds k Daniel. FOR COUGHS,COLD,SETO. Use Samosta Hypnotique for sale at . . . Rainolds k Daniel. CORNS I CORNS I CORNS Use Bomont Corn (Jure. It gives immediate relief to the most painful corns. For sale only at Ratnolds & Daniel, For Kent, A farm of about 100 aoros of tilable land with servants houses and cisterns, one well, and 80 acres of pasture, lying 2 miles West of Han Marcos, on the Han Antonio road; can be rented for $3 per acre for tbe farm ing land for one or several years, or for the customary crop rent. Apply to G. W. Donalson, Aug. 21-3m San Marcos. Dr. Iff B. McLean, DENTIST, Mi! SAN MARCOS. TES. Tendon bio tervlooi to the pooplo of Han atorooi ana vicinity in mo practise oidii proreoaion. All' work worrantod end prloeo roononoblo, e OFFICE ia Judco Woods' bandies', wits Dr. Combo. nvSlv TEXAS CAPITAL STATE FAIR! The TENTH ANNUAL FAIR takes place at AUSTItf, TEXAS, DECEMBER, 2, 8, 4, 6, k 6. 1884. A SPLENDID RACING PROGRAMME. Liberal Premiums are offered for the exhibition of Stock, Agricultural Pro ducts, Domestic Juanw factures, etc., etc. Send to the Secretary at Austin, Texas for a copy Premium List. . C. BABTHoioanew, Lewis Hancock, fly 24 Becretary. President. NEW AD VBR TI SEME NTS. DO YOU KNOW TBAT LOBILL AED'S CLIMAX ri.iu xonac-djo. Wlla Red Tie T. te ae beet f It It tto a em edelteraied wtl pin nl. earrlee. ! eo or eay tomirlioo It,ouo, ee le law eeao em ateer eteer lilinii. LORIIXARlrt BONI IX kt F1BB (XT TOaAOtv te aloe ejade et rbe Mt eterft ead tar oi inlli etie eealitf le earned k o LORlLLARJrn RAVT CUmMI take Brat fee eo a mU defeato eoMtlac tebeaea leweteeeS. LORILLARtri fABOCI 11TTTB Beet teas 4 Bw ever m rea, aad ere eM to bMfv etwet taee ear eteero. vr::r.T.e ,k.Go ldeiv dawn. civVw-.frit: fc. a oM,.,o tin fe araaaeib. Swno Sm Oao ol Tl -w U teea, oe ml at II to eee eaf i oi nt n It tm -two ai S Save, twei n 1 1 mi , 1 1,0 a tee .- re-e mt W tmm ll'nii lit 0.M . mm4 o aewe m4 ta t , .iee A BUSINESS International & Qrea,t Uorth:n LIVEHY 8Tf.:iL:, rED, r. rreor. ' ' . (Manlove k Berber! old stand. ) AoiUa tlreat Roar Depei. - ItrtniRHnl, - e TEXAVB. need Bleri aad Ttkloloa. Oarohil Drteero. fot raatio oaltotiod. oopl. Idly D. A. Glovor CI Co, BANKERS, A"ll DKALEM 111 BXCnAlvQH S.1N MARCOS, TEXAS. 8ptUt tUUnUun paid U toUeetivnt. ly l Ed. J. Ij. CX-reen,' DAHKEfl, Ann itBl.a.F.at i.- latiiAnaR. BAN MARCOS, '. TEXAS. ' Collection Mad an all Aeceasibl Point. COR R POND 1101 tOklCITID. O.T- BROWN. ATTORNEY AT LAW, AM MARCOS, IATI CO TSXAI. Offiet ra MtUbo'I BalMlof . ' Jaa l-tt Hutchi.on Franklin, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Ran Marcos, Tex.' " Prompt attention paid to Cbllertlng Olalait aad Biamlolat Lead TUs. i . IVobl-ly ITRRUNw ritBRR. B. B. ROII FISHER &R0SE id Attorneys at LaTT, SAN -KAECOS. TZXAS. OFFICE WOOD'S BUILDING, Upstair, oaa if WOODS . & BURLESON, FraillS i SOGEffi. . OFF ICE .- Raynolds k Daniel's Drugstore tA irlAIKJOB, - TGXAI. ' tepf-tf Isaac H. Julian, ' NOTARY PUBIJC, AMD GENERA L A O ENT. 8AN MARCOS TEXAS. ' Lettero of Inoolrr aoeeaaaatod by a ttams fer reply, will reoolvo prompt attontlot. F r e e P r e s s Job Printing OFFICE, W . Worth Side ofTtaxa. jb) A. J. SWASEY, Retail Grocer, ' ' SAN KASSOS, TEXAS, v tort, loutheatt Corner Pobllo Iqstr. Call aad examine lock tnd Itarn prloot. Patronace eollelt td. elltf J. P. PATE, & San Marcos, Tex.- la preparod to furnlth doolent and totlrtet for any work In bio line, and te tntor Into any requlr. ed bond or make any reasonable forfeit for tht taliilaotory elocution of bit tontrattt. - prlldtf a a WEEMS, ' ; RETAIL GROCER, , . SAN MARCOS, TEXAS. ' tora, nortbeaat oornar Pobllo equate, la tbt eld stand of O, W. Dontloon Co. IUipotfol!y toll olio a liberal tbaro of public patroaase. Call and examine atook and loara prioaa. . . ; , apr Rtf. J. WARD, FURNITURE DEALER. SAN MAROOS, TEX. WALL PAPRB, P10TDRB PBAMKI, MOtTLDIMO. Cofflaa and Motalllo Caaea all altea eo abort notice. J. A. BELL, LIVERY STABLE, BAN MARCOS, TEXAS. Would reapoeifolly aanoanee tblt frlendt tad tbt pobllo tbat bo baoonsaed In tbe above boaioooo at tbe old Haroer BUble. Hl alnok aad veblelee will be loond cood and eonaltte. aod ne paint will be apared le give aotlalaolioa le til vbe aaar tavev bla wllb tbalr patronage. Marob IB-tf 1 ,R. PROMME, DRUGGIST -3 CHEMIST. San Jvlarvjos "IcxsrT ProaerlpUeta earafnllf Riled da aad all COXBTARfLT OM IARO r.M II.. afnar. fruk rmaa .ed rbaal..!.. P.U enl MedMaee. Perfaaorr. Olla, Palau, Brnbeo. la., ele. aa II 1 MPROVED FARMS FOR SALE. From 80 to 829 acre, prioes varying from f .VKJ to $3Oa Iaiprovement from 35 to 50 acres. Good houae and water on e"h plar. TU. W. HOrilEINZ, Bob 825, Dripping Springs. Ana; ll-3moa iOBMOBlMT. W. B. BIRR1B. GRANT & CO.. Dealers le Corn, Oats, Hay, FLOUR. MEAL, ETC-, LAREDO - - TEXAS. aactltp DR. J. H. COMBS, OmCT: XortBfUda Tlhb flatra, aaa Heir Ttine. FARM FOR S ALtr. ti avas of laal fw aaue X a ra frrt lit Cearrt Heaee. Sa Han, H.a Cimwr sat ; w8 iw r4. T"r fe"KX errJ aej ee wrue to ond k Faaro. I kuwa. YOUR WA Tat ava at tto K ', sunre rt Mr. lit Jea, Saa Marera, f iia " j tto fall Bwaav'ty af tbe kw.-fcear vrioo.K a aau, iti tm i l.-t 11.