The cheapest iu town,
Memeuiber we put the
B, F. DbOCHT & Co.
pu55uAY".bcroitEit , ma.
nrSTvlL OF l'ASSEXGEU TUAIXS.
.sain k aOOS AS FOLLOWS I
.,..,.lh'i 8:45 A.M. and 8:35 P.M.
Ooiun North t
8 15 A. M. aud V. M.
' Person not subscribers wbo may at
.nr time reoeive oopies of the Fasti
'psaae will please uiiderntiiud that tbeyy
.re 'nt simply a wimples, in the hop.)
I u .. .. nartimi eddrutwed may lika it
w,U euongh to furor u with their aubaurip
Two Copies for $3 50.
Inasmuch an mnny parsons dosire to Bend
Die, abroad, ana iy way or encournKo
re,,t to to do, wa offor two oople of tba
Fa IIM " " """" "'
Jno A. Howoll'a In the place to get your
photo, tintype and water color portraits.
Bliot, powder unll caps at
r Cannon A Boius's.
For choice Bed Bibbon Coffee, go to
Blount A Co.
Full stock of Lindreth's turnip, and other
pardon teed on nnu.
Bara , . - Raynolss & Daxxxx.,
The Bt. Louis sugar cured bam and ud.
canvawea ur Tatlob & Thomas'
Cwh pay! for cotton at Hist, it's.
Fresh crackers, cakes anofjuniblea at
Cannon & Bomab's.
Fresh arrival of lard and bacon at
For evorythlng fine and cheap in the gro
cery line go to u. r. ulount a, jo.
New lot of cookiiiR-Rtovos at HiNzrx's.
Car of White Swan flour, lowest price at
Vit. UIF.8EN, Agt,
Hiebest price paid for cotton at
French and American Surdiues at
Cannon & Bomab's.
Fresh groceries are being received daily
gC . Aim
For Sale or Trade.
A bran new hack and a second-hand two
borne wagon. Inquire at Fbbb Pbess Office.
For Maple syrnp and sugar honse rnolasfios j
go TO ...in v..
A Valuable) Paper Frf.
Texas Farm and Ranch ia a splendid pa
ner Dtibllahed twice a mouth at Dallas, for
$1 a year. We have 30 subscriptions to the
paper to give away, aud the nrst 3U persons
tunt nar us all DAot dues ami a year in an
vaiiee on tlie Fata Pasm will be given aropy
each of tin Farm aud Raucb for twelve
mouths free of cuarue. Tbia offer will be
withdrawn a eoou a the 30 subscrlptioni
are disposed of. First come, first served.
To the Public.
This la to ttive notloe that we some time
since bought out the dray and delivery wa
gon buiutas of Griffin A 8on, tbey agree rg
not to resume the businesa in San Marcos.
But to the contrary, Mr. Orifflu, sr., bas
auaiu started iu the same business. We
leave everybody te form tueir own conoius-
lous from this statement or facta.
Threelor bnt Dollar.
Bailer' artiHtie and eleuautly fluished
views of Ban Murcos aoenery for sale at the
Bookstore and Uaynolds A Daniel's Drug
atore. sp2 4w
Mr. Howell, the photographer, whose
trallnrv is 1unt south of Hinzie'a grocery, we
notice is Wont bunv. and continue to tarn
ont fine work. He is now enlarging mall
clotures ana naving mem nnisueu iu oniunu
colors. 'I hey are very beautiful.
The weather 1 delightfully cool, meroury
40 0 above of mornings.
Tbe Bhoaf murder case ia in progress
Rev. Q. W. Briggs reoently preached the
dedication sermon of the new church at Prai
rie Lea, also several time at Luling.
Tbe Cresset experiences an " aching void ''
because its four column ahow advertisement
had to come out, and fills the apace with its
unreadable " plate matter." The plate mat
ter of the oiroua was altogether preferable,
The Free School is progressing fairly, al
though tbe new desks have not yet come to
hand. There is an enrollment of abont 150
pupils, and an actual attendance of 130.
And now tbe nice young man of the Cres
set, wbo started out so meekly, praying on.
ly to be let alone, is already, as appears
from his columns, "spoiling for a fight".
So rapid a moral declension is very sad.
See statements of our two National Banks
in our columns.
Go to Cannon
& Boniar's for choice
Fine assortment of tinware at
Carload of produce just received at
Nice baskets in
variety, lust received at
Intelligent advertisers will not fail to see
the superiority of an old-established news
paper of good general oirculution over new
newspaper venttures, which can have as yet
little or no regular circulation. "A word
to the wise", etc.
Tbe Gulveston News, noticing Geo. H.
Snyder's article on the San Marcos recently
oopied into the Cresset, says it "outgunhes
Molasses at lowest figures at
Giesen has bought already 1000 bales of
cotton and leads the market in prices.
Warrhjtt Deedb for sale at the Fuee
FreBh Shore Mackerel at
Cannon it Bomau's.
and fancy gro-
Dailey arrivals of staple
Car load produce at
Taixob A Thomas'.
Evaporated apples, the best and cheapest
in the market at mabtim uinziks.
To arrive. Carlottd of Salt, 20 barrels of
sugar and a full line of Groceries generally,
at MARTIN tllNZIE S.
Go to Caution it Bomar'a for the famous
White Swan flour.
A Baptimt who says he went into a sa
loon and drank, says also, he wants the peo
ple to kuow that he did not vote for Prohi
bition, because be expects to run tor oince.
A BnptiKt who will go into a saloon and
drink ought to ba excluded from the church,
and tbe precinct aud county had better look
ahiup utter that man who pretend to be a
Cbriatian and is looking after whiaky votes
to elect him to office. Baptist Herald.
We believe we lmve had and perhaps
have yet some Baptists of the above de
scription. And then what about Baptist
preachers aud teachers wbo will endorse a
newspaper organ and champion of saloons,
aud covtify Ukthe world that they "gladly
welcome it into their families"?
Just received, a fresh
and hams, at
lot of lard, bacon
Picture frames, in velvet and bronze, all
pew Btyles, very evegautat the
Choice lot of fanoy candies at
Cannon & Bomab's.
For the best pictures of all kinds go to the
eallerv of J. E. H. (Jhapman, Kortu siae or
Remember 'he old established house of
Martin Hiuzie is first class headquarters for
family grocenes of all kinds.
Honse and lot in San Maroos. House of
four rooms besides kitchen. Good well
of water. Inquire at Fbbb Pbess office.
Fresh fruits and home-made candies at tbe
candv factory, cheaper than they can be
Finest lot of chewinpt and smoking tobacco
in town at Cannon & Bomab's.
One of tbe largest aud best selected stock
of ladies and gents flue shoes ever brought
to San Marcos, is now on exhibition at tbe
popular house of Green & Price.
To the Ladies.
Cloaks, Jerseya, Hoops, Hosiery, Corsets
&o., in every style, at ween a. rnoe.
' 75 bushels of fresh Irmh potatoes for sale
cheap at Cannon 4 Bomab a.
A nice good sized " shoat," will aome one
of our f armor frieuds please accommodate
When yon want to buy anything in the
dry goods, notions, boots, nhoes, hati, cloth
ing or gentt furnishing goods. Remember
Green fc Price have only one Prist.
Fresh fruits and candies at Bonn's, choice
To arrive one ear of two and fonr point
ed barbed wire, lower than ever,
Wm Giesxx, Agent.
California can goods of all knds at
' Canho t Bomab's.
My revidmc in Smji Marco, rotudttit. of
to Uryn kx with improvement. Th
whole via be cold fxretber, or th lots sep
e "stely, to suit pnrcta.
A ranch Bear WimbrrUT, 160 acrr. 1$ ia
tivatTon, rml Uad, veil wafrxl. Call
m nr address L C WOOTTOX.
C?0-tf Baa Marcos.
An article on deugae appears on our first
page, it is still timely, lor we near or ire
quent new cases.
Dengue being well understood to be a
sort of tender on yellow fever, and
never having been known before in the up
per portions of Texas, it becomes an inter
esting question to consider what it mean?.
It would seem clearly to imply that our sup
posed exemption from yellow fever may yet
prove iu the future a lamentable mistake.
Improvements. 'We notioe various im
provenieuts in town, andname the folio w-
ins. Mr. Fourqurean is building himself
a home betweeu Mrs. Hook's and Alex.
MoGehee's. Mr. MoAllister is adding a new
dinins-room and kitchen to his house, John
Williamson has made considerable additions
to his house, and Squire Cock is improving
the place lately occupied by Mr, White. C.
H. Haymes recently purchased the Mrs.
Stanfield place at the remarkably low price
of $650. He is adding to the house and
will soon remove into it Mr. A. W. Bryan
has purchased a very sightly place of Mr.
Steele, near the reservoir, and built himself
a two-story dwelling thereupon. Mr. Greg.
ory is repainting and otherwise improving
Remabkabls Cabx. We publish the fol
lowing by request of a colored friend;
Mr father suffered for more than two
weeks from an abscess on tbe knee. This
evening, after being opened by Dr. Pendle
ton, it discharged nearly a pint of matter.
. A. W. iiBoois, i. m. a
Tuesday, Oct 13, 1885.
"Alas! for the rarity
Of Christian charity I"
We wonder if our people of means are
properly considering the care of tbe needy
in their midst? We do not now refer to
"the stranger within your gates", but to
those who belong to yourselves, and are en
tirely deserving wbo are suffering per.
haps, for the necearie of life, not from
their fault but their misfortunes. Men and
brethren! Christian ladies! look about you
a little, and see if you do not find a press
ing work for joa to do.
A 5ew Drpartare.
We coiiW rt our duty to warn our rvadrrs
against any altera): to tviodle or humbug
tbm by tUDiunglv worried atlvertiMisenia,
and the (peciona. otaaviMe offers of d.b
e4 advertisers. But it is refreshing ia this
Sunday wa Methodist quarterly meeting,
aud t-ldor Uortoa preecnea.
lira. Valder Kerr will resume leaching at
Decaiur. May good fortuu attend bar.
Our friend Jubu Routt Is spending some
lime In Arkanaaa post oraoe jUckeuaacB,
Cbas. Bx k has returned from a trip to
Northern Texas, made for th beueflt of hi
J. W. Nano Informs ns that their bus!
nes iu September was larger by t'JoO, than
in any former year.
Tbe Faaa Pass this week ha been in
terfered with by dengue, oue of it employ
e having tbe disorder.
Mia May Joyce I to teach at Denton
Citv. - Bbe will be sadly missed by the
youug people of Ban Marcos.
Mr. Reasoner, Sr., Inform na that he re
cently ctusbt a 13 lb German carp iu th
Ban Marcos, near hi residence. .
Mr. Bowman, late from Virginia, is pros-
ecting in this vicinity, and stopping
Ira. Mann's boarding house.
Mr. Jas, A. Williams, of Georgia, brother.
In-law of the Nance Bros., ia speuding some
time here and may remain permanently.
Bev. Mr. Arnold preached a clear and
forcible sermon on 8uuday at the Baptist
church, mainly on the missionary work of
Alfred Hart aud John E. Morris, of this
place have received patents during the past
week. The former on bis oolton-peoxer,
and the latter on a seed planter.
A son of our old friend James Scott, now
residing in th vicinity of Staples' Store.
has presented us with two sweet potatoes of
tho old style of goodly size, one weigoing
S lbs 4 ox., the other 8 lbs ii ox.
O. B. Capron, son-in-law of J. O. Rogers
for some years residing at Cleveland, O.
has n turned to Texas with his family and
will occupy Mr. Rocera' ranch. Mr. It
and family will remove meantime to this
Dr. Woods informs us that the corn crop
in one of his fields on the Blanco will yield
probably 60 bushels to the acre. A very
larce croo for this country, tie iniuas mat
the cotton crop is proving to be larger than
was anticipated, and will reaoh three-fourths
of a bale to tbe acre.
The many friends of Mr. 8. R. M'Kle
will rearet to learn of her very serious ill
ness. She was taken with the prevailing
epidemic, and being subject to neuralgia.
the result bas been her complete prostra
tion. She is thought to be some better,
but remains in a ontical condition.
We meant to have said something last
week, but overlooked it, in palliation of our
reporter's sweeping criticism of the Brad
ford cotton packer. We are assured, and
take pleasure in stating, that said criticisms
were premature, and that there are good
grounds to anticipate the entire success of
B. B. Rone, Esq., left on Tuesday on a
more extended and protracted visit to the
West, for the benefit of his health. We
learn he will be present at the sale of lots
in the new town of Pecos, will make his
headquarters for a time somewhere out in
that section of the State. We trust his best
hopes may be realized.
Mr. W. T. Dudgeon informs us of a sad
accident which occurred on Friday last in
is neighborhood, Green Mott, Caldwell
county. Alex. Smith, the 14-year old son
of C. S. Smith, while endeavoring to punch
out the pith of a china twig with a knitting
noedle run the needle into his stomach, and
lockjaw supervening, caused hi death.
When 'noting the cell of Mr. Needham
Smith, of the Blanco News, last week, we
were not aware of bis additional honors.
We have sinoe learned that he has recently
received the appointment of Justice of tbe
Peace and County Commissioner for the
Blanco precinct, to fill a vacancy caused by
resignation. No doubt a deserved appoint
We bad a pleasant call on Monday from
Mr. Frank Herndou, a nephew of Colonel
Herndon. from Murray county, Tennessee,
He informed us he has been in this section
for some considerable time, but we had not
made bis acquaintance before. We learned
from bim that the (jolonel was not, as we
had supposed,, a Mississippian, but a na
tive of Tennessee. He looks like the style
of men they grow there.
New lords and laws and everything gen.
erally at the San Marcos Hotel. The house
has been pretty thoroughly "reconstructed."
Although quite familiar with it heretofore,
we scarcely recognized it on passing through
it the first of the week. Tbe building bas
been repainted outside and in, and the in
terior pretty much "made over". The
dining-room and kitchen have shared in the
improvement. The smaller building is fit
ted up as a house for drummers. Just the
thing; strange no one ever thought of it
before. Bathing facilities have been added.
Maj. H. J. M'Larty is the new proprietor,
and we doubt not will soon be able to con
vince everybody that he "knows how to
We have seen crazy quilts and crazy
patchwork in considerable numbers and va
riety, but are constrained to say that the
articles in that line which we saw on Mon
day, the work of Mrs. Dr. Jackman, fairly
"lead the procession" in that department
It is not so much in irregular contrasts of
colors, etc., that they excel, but in the ar
tistic eroupine and arrangement, all con
spiring toward the general effect They
also appear to lead as depositories of fami
ly mementoes throughout several genera
tions, and will thus constitute first-lass
heirlooms to those which are to follow. We
recognized the secret of the success of her
work in the manifest natural gifts and
acquired skill of the lady-artist, wbo by the
way we found to do one or tne pest conver
sationalists we have met for a long while.
We saw too, in the parlor, a mantel-rambre-qnin,
which indicated equal nicety of handi
work in a different direction. We aaw there
above that mantel something else that inter
ested us a life-size portrait of Alexander
Campbell, a fine apostolic-looking bead and
face. By the way, while Dr. J tckmsn is a
decided adherent of the doctrines of Mr.
Campbell, his wife is jnst as firmly attached
to tho! of John Wesley. And yet we feci
sure there are no "family jars" in ineir
borne over theological questions an ex
ample we would commend to wranglers on
those subjects. Altogether we were well
entertained and edified by our call.
F. BLOUNT & CO.,
OF SAN MARCOS.
Wo keep a Complete Stock of Fresh Groceries,
stale irocttls on our shelves. Wc sell
MORE GOODS FOR THE MONEY
Than any Other House in the City.
Give us a call and you will be convinced that
Low Prices wc arc the Leaders.
The Leading Grocery House.
UaariMBaLB. Cvi 17, 1883.
Eo. Faaa faust Ws fr the farmers la
In this vicinity will be some hat disappoint
ed In the yield In the top cotton crop, on
aooouut of the worms and the early froaU
predicted by the oldest attlerH.
From the aiumiut of god that are being
brought to our village the merchants must
be doiug a good business.
Mr. W. Cochran baa bad tba rooms above
bis store remodeled for a residence for Mr.
Mr. A. MoQuela has removed to Martin-
The school bouse has been removed and
fitted up. Miss Ward will begin her duties
as teacher on next Monday.
The young gentlemen of this vicinity gave
a ball and supper in the school house last
Thursday night. The atteudauoe was quite
Mrs. Dr. Petty and son, Mr. Branch, left
for Breubam to day. Tbey go to visit rata.
We regret our obtuaenea In failing to
take In tbe entire meaning of your Boienje
Uall correspondent He Imagined we were
covering the whole ground when we spoke
of the sins in general of bunianitr, but
we are willing to admit tbe manner ia whloh
we expressed ourself was rather obscure.
We have ever contended that woman' In.
tellectual capacities were equal to and her
responsibilities much greater than those of I
man. regardless of bis position.
Wa did not allude especially to hi letter
when w spoke of a temperance reforma
tion, but we think female suffrage will un
avoidably lead to woman claiming equal
political privileges with man. She is bu-
man, would soon lire oi voung men inro oi-
flee and conclude she had a right to some
of the profit and glory pertaining to omoe -.. n , DAurtn, P'
holding herself. Aa a natnral consequence (oj- raSll enaDIcS US lO Stll ill IVUt-lS. J-UHUUl x 1
the domestio machinery would get out or
repair, then there would be a general up
rising of tbe "lords of creation", at least
that ia our hnmble opinion. But as wo
man's rights is a problem that the wisest
have failed to solve, we will adopt the views
of a revercned gentleman who spoke in Ban
Maroos, that if the claim of woman's right
to vote were wrong it would fail, but if
right it would prevail, and no opposition
could prevent it. M.
fOn behalf of our readers we will say
right here that wbat they most want is the
local news; and our Martindale and Science
Hall correspondents, having each made a
"pass" on the woman's rights question, we
beg to suggest uint tne controversy ciose.
ED. I BM fBEBS.J
We desire a good local correspondent at
everv postoffloe iu this and adjoining coun
ties. A copy of the paper will be sent free
to suitable parties wbo will act in its inter
i. iiiif . a pl
Have reconUy Come to the Front with a Full Lino of Well Selected
STAPLE I FANCY GROCERIES.
Our stock is always kept complete, and buying from first
You will be surprised to find out how much you will gain by call
ing on us and getting our prices.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
MH. Hani! & Co., will be fouutt near me aouineasc uorner oj ine jruuuo oiimic,
To all new subscribers to the Frei Pbess,
for one vear. cash in advance, or to all pres-
eut subscribers w&o pay up arrearages nu
a rAar'a auWriution in advance, we will
send postpaid a copy or Aenaaii s oeieuraieu
"TBBATIBB ON THE rlOHNK AND HIS uutmxa.
... ... . . r . II f T . I ..
es, by Dr. o. l. nenami a, jo. n
manual of 91 pages, of which 2,300,000
conies have been sold. The price is 25
cents, so that bv accepting our offer you re.
ally get the Fbeb Pbess at the rate of $1 75
. A. Haseltine & Bra, Patent Solicitors,
Snrinefield. Missouri, send us the following
list of Patouts which were issued to citizens
of Texas during the paBt week:
Bomar, Thomas E., McKiuney, ink-foun
tain for printing-machines.
Bunnell, James jr., JUexia, spnng-Dej-
Hakn. Francis A.. Oil"ro. hiree fastoner.
Hart, Alfred, San Marcos, ootton-paoker
Jones, Daniel E., Henton, opou fire-place.
Wilson, Homer T., Dallas, wash-boiler.
Farm For Sale.
The John Scott farm' about seven miles
south of Han Marcos, consisting of about
370 acrs of fine land 115 acres in cultiva
tion and 255 acres in pasture, four houses,
three wells, five tanks, 'stable, crib, stock
sheds, etc. Also tbe John Scott addition
to Ban Marcos, near the Institute. Terms
reasonable. Apply to
Wood, Fisheb fc Fobd.
m m mi m job office.
North Side Plaza, Upstairs.
New Stock Stationery Just Received.
attention o f
the Public to
ly and 'expe
kinds of Job
Printing a t
Is the Tea Pot. and Tea Kettle, loo,
That sing on the Stove Plate the whole
Tbe soner of the Charter Oak, sweetest of
While the family chorus chimes in with its
Silver chimes of the times,
Here woven in rhymes.
THEO. HEKRINO, Agt.,
Ban Marcos, Texas.
Fine Boiler Patent Flour, $6 75 at
B. F. Blount A Co.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AM MAROOS, HATS CO. TEXAS, '
Ofllo over Qrn't Bank,
Jan S-lf .
D. A. OLOVEU,
TOM H. GLOVER,
or n a iii a n ww.
Capital Taid Up $50,000,
Authorized Capital, $150,000.
A General Banking Boilm-m Traniactod. Aa
oounti uf Merabanta, Flrma and Iudlvlduala aollclted,
' W. D. WOOD. W. O. HTTTOHISOM). ,
J. V. HDTOUINS, OEO. T. MOOEHKK.
D. a.oloveb. jly28lyj25
ED. J. L. GREEN, J. W. HERNDON,
PBEST. VJOB PBIST.
Q. F. KERR,
First National Bank.
OF NAI1 MA II COX.
Capital Stock Paid Up, $ 50,000.
Authorized Capital, - 100,000.
A Oenaral Banking Bnilnn. Collacllona mad
on all aocaaalbla ooiuta.
Aaoounia of Merchant, Farmara, Btockmaq and
J. W. HKl)oir. Jai. Q. Bcauios.
UamiaTT BaaDr. Air Paioa.
E. 1. t. Oaaaa. jlv Ml?
HUTCHISON & ROSE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Han Marcos. Tex.
Prompt attention paid to
Olalma and Examining Land Titles.
I Fab Mr
DR. J. R. JOHNSON,
Physician and Surgeon.
SAN MARCOS, TEXAS.
Offloa ovar Jobnion a Johnion'i. northwast tor.
SEaTSpaelal attantloa paid to Chronic Ironblaa
DR. J. H. COMBS,
OFFICE: North Side Public Square,
tin si IHarcoi, - Te&fiaw
If von do not set a sample, of onr 25c
double width cashmere in all colors, let ns
know and we will send yon a sample.
JJAI&ET Ot J3BO.
HainarT Stobbt On lent nlffht.the 14th
int. at the Preabyteriaa church, by Rv. t.
B. French, Mr. Fbaxk A. Hbxslbt. of San
Antonio, anl Miaa Ids Proarv. daughter of
Cap. 1. O. Storey, of this vicinity.
Juat on tbe eve of going to preas an 1 a
thir:-f)l attack of dengue, we cannot ex
patiate m the above happy event as we
otherwise like to do. S ifice rt to
San Marcos and Hays Connty.
The Fbeb Pbess Extra of Oct. 1883, sup
plemented by the regnlar issue of Aug. 13,
'85, furnishes the best, most truthful and
complete description of onr town and coun
tv to be bad. Call or send to the office for
copies five cents each.
I Am Agent For
McCormick self binder, Mowers etc,
Casidy sulky plows
Book waiter hay rakes
and other machinery and farm implements
for which I solicit orders, guaranteeing
lowest prices and best terms.
U08T BRILLIANT AUD
FCRFECT I.ENSKS IN THB WORLD.
COMBINED WITH GREAT REFRACTIVE POWER.
ThT areTrananarant and Colorleia ai llarbt llnelr.
and for loftneas of anduranoa to tba ejrea oannot ba
aioelled. anabllnc tha wearer to read rar nonrs
whhont tatlgna. la fact Ihej ara
The largest and finest aasortment of dia
monds, watches and jewelry in the state of
Texas at l. Uouvaitt.
274 Commerce St. San Antonio.
The mats for cabinet pictures lust re-
ceived by Chapman, will create a sensation.
Tbey are very tasteful ana elegant, or dif
ferent styles, yet cheap, ranging in prices
fran 25 eta. to 75 cts. .
acs of henhajr and carhrrT to be able
to ra l attestios) to a reliable n wh- cxm pet""
earrv oet anv offer Uey asake asi vrbn do woold
tot mepl lb wpepr rW te pT too , mj t rg earn bev of tbe relatives and
mwch tor bis We hae tmilaU , u tbe rhnrch eras
fTTm IO UK imt n to- v
Trrn Firm aaf Rir, vV al"rte-
Wa ea anrial aVrota te tb perle o
Sa Uatvoa as J rnmai tt WBtrr. to out . nYmrrtmt fw
BM-rrt appears ta this tawoa. ia vrtra ute p
trotM of tbat papr pre, fr. o'T f l.'KXI
mra tf p-n.-Bn in afiU vrbe e4ai
Jurat I arm ar niwr.
Tber w 3 a taafl sal sopr-ret Hr-
rrret aan wn tA sof-e iu a,vvy Wl'r cw mm I'P' amn : prrt HaJ r Ftv-Ut ngjt Of SfH vw. , f,lor with call
W, D. Wood, Sterling FUher and Owen i
Ford have aasociated tbemaelvee together
for the practice of law in civil matters in
Haveoounty. Texas. Office in Wood's new
building, op stairs,
San Marcos. Oct. 25-Iy.
To tbe Traveling Pabllc
Omci or )
St. IxonaaD Ilonx, Maui Plaza, r
8an Axtosio, Texas. 1864. )
Editor Sea Msrcos Fits Pane I
As I desire to make !The SL Leonard
Hotel" a popolar resort for stockma, where
tbey may enjoy all the aobatatntial comforta
of a Bm-cleae botet. A nave reaucea anj
rates to correatpood with tbe times, to
. 1 (0 aa $2 j
per day and will be glad to eee vr-nrae"
sad friends whenever yoe com to U.m b -1
hutimnt'.j ttecorated. asd "all west seerry j n-.D be UaJ to extend to yoer " n f i
- a bell" The Fax, Pax- VTrr. foy of ' -
iu Bt eovdial tvK.gTtnlatona. tral." lariee smciatd bitn.f
wia b fceand ia cbarpe at tbe ?" -raiy
to rrt asv rf aa fnenV - u.
Taatlmonlala fran laadloc pbjrdlclanaln tha Unl
lad ai.i.i.O narnora. Senatora. Levlalatora. Slock
nan. man ol note In all profaaalona and Iu different
brancbaa of trade, bankers, mechanlca. ate., can ba
Wan who hava had tbolr aitbt Improrsd by tbalr
Patent Extension Spring
FIBE9T IN EXISTENCE I
FIREST IN EXISTENCE I
lacomnendtd by tba ktcdlcal Faenllj ibr(baat
tba oanirj. No pmaura prodnclof Irritation
Ho dancer of Cancaa that la a'wetlniea Iba reenlt
oa weai ln elber eya.(rleeafc Keallna; lib perfect
eaae apon an dom. Tbeee glaaeea are
FOB SALE l SAN MARCOS By
s. f. McAllister,
North Side Plaza,
Where alars-e eeeortnaent of atv Celebrated spee-
laclee and e;e (leeoe aaajbe loand and properly
adaptee ta all oeed.iloae of Ike eye. peddler, or
traeallna Menu ear All net be eapplled arl'h tbeaa
rpecuelee at an. price. A. I, SAWIIa.
sept, J am.
DR. A. J.
Physician & Surgeon.
SAN MAE003, TEX.
. Ofllea and realdenoa at Long Branch la tba By-
LB. H. A PULLEE,
Oveb FmsT National Bank,
SAN MARCOS, TEX.
J. A. BELL,
SAN MARCOS, TEXAS. '
Woold reaoeetfallr annonnea tbls friends and Iba
pabllc that ba baeeneaged In tbe above nnameas ai
tba old Hamer Stable. Hla eleek and vehlolea will
he Innnd .fvod and comnlele. and no palna will be
spared to glee aatl.facllou to all wbo nay farer him
wllb tbalr patronage. weren ie-u
BROWN & LINDSE7,
NEAR DEPOT ban kabcos, tix.
Fine TarnonU for Partlee. Weddlnrs and Fanerala
Drummers' enlflta a aperlaliy. Tranaleal eastoa)
PAUL ASHES ,
(Late of Saa AotonioX
Woold reernectfally aorjoonoe to tbe Peo
ple of Baa alarms sad sarroandiiia; country
tbat be ba opraea ia -
PITCH FORD'S BCILDIXO,
Sonthwead eorne of Pablie rVjaare, a New
aMl C.V)'C Htrn k "t
:zas:::a2L2 227 a::rs,
zats zzi cats,
A' . Le otera a4 Ibe sxaat WaoBabtt ,
Ws woald call eapedal alleatlea ta ear Sea aew
BEAaaKJaatadaed la aar eatait. Calls free
Erie Mernndale aad aarreaadlaglawaewlll reeelea
proeapt atteatloa. aep ly.
ALL KINDSF FURNITURE,
8AX XAECOH, TEX.
Alao kfpe a foil aaaortmeDt of
rafflna, Taekefee Fleaallle (aan
VVbite Oak air tight Ceeee of all sorts for
Shipping at one boar's sjrrtire.
Veeept attostlee aatd aa all calla lev
BepalHaa; a'taaSid as praeaptly.
EAtTtlLE PLAll.BAB BASCOI. TEXAS,
v jvwtiJ iTertira at very Vw rr"e
e rarfiMe" mbf attioei ra port a art K
aairty. CO as 4 furra.
(Vaaar A Pavrv
HolavaJ AY tnnv. r .5. TTa. e bare
M a erary aa t raa an.ae"'l-iT"v rprrm-
ta1 it aa rfee aenat boat aaJ
era Lse v ea.
: of -el
A ar"o1 box n aot"ipatvd.
Tut tae f-r-M'tJ e-ry i-rrjta.
Ctn aad aas paae tie door.
fie "7i ir a aLare ef tbe tmh'.ie p"r
Team I eapartf al.y.
Frrraa P. lcwarv.
I era. t a I aad! exa
; kw prvea.
r-aa Uarons. 74.
cti bat stark av4 lawn
Oa Tork a Oa, ia Oaadahte cea4y
Tbre are oa tba f "aitaae a rood dwWiof
. b-iae. tire braaoa fnar rvntava. aatd tare .
jaMerna. lew aerea ra ruitxam. Pnce
I f 2i ft acre. A rwv rVne. I
M. D Aaieraaoe. J
Pet e 1-waa. ftuj5 a -e, Oel j
' alpe ewtety. T-aa ap..y j
J. V. IIUTCIIINS,
SAN MARCOS, TEX..
Bespectfally soUoits the trade of Hays and
adjoining counties and GUARANTEES
SATISFACTION AS TO PRICES AMD
The Largest Stock of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Men's and Boys'
Hats and Gent'f Fnrnish
BOOTS & SHOES
The Largest Stock '
in the Place,
The Celebrated ZIEGLEB SHOES at te.
dooed rrioas. Eraai rata waiaia-ntD.
60 Bags Rio Cdffae.
25 Barrela Snsar.
20 " Molaaees.
4 " Blue, at reduced price.
1 Car Load Flour.
1 Car Load Sofanttier Wag one.
a e Jeaneaaee Waooa.
Flows, Sulkies, Cultivators,
Double Shovels, $c.
Tbaakfal for paat farora. f bopete aaerrt
a ermtisaaara of tbe paoreaage of ay w
totaers by fivia fall valae tweadraal.
HidnrsT raicE paid roi
C0770i), V;003a, &D.
j. t. nrrcniss.
rZ a! tbi reSa
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