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ISAAC H. JULIA!?, - - Editor MAN MAfiOOa, TKXAB. TllUiWDAY. Al'dfHT J9. RNTERKD AT THI WWI(t AT MARCO, TrA, SSOONI HUM MtTTRtt. All. CoaaciiiiTix" tor lb I'm kuU ! ! In ca Monday I Iimbis IsmH jwk,iM ill iSvsitl.Miwsla bsalss soilwa lot later IbaB WaalMaitsf ounmi M Mslcalli pul.ll.lril VIllM lh wrltar's real u sceoaapaa.M II. sol w ' llealloa oM da.lraj i but lor ur b.u.flt anS prottUs. AN N 0 UN CEMENTS. lll COXOIIKSH. W am milhorixftl to Announce HON, WELLH THOMl'SON a ewiUMiito for n......,.i.Lii lii CnuurrsH from llin HI I) Uistnct, suhject to the ctiou of tli Ieiu ucrsliu Convention. We suthorizc.1 to Announce Ju1k I V MOOUUasAmuiliaiito for Keiireseuii.' Jive Id ConnnwH for tlio Mil District, buI- jact to the Action ol luo uuinocrsuu . i , WIlllull. STATE SENATOR. Iu response to Arions iinpitrlo. J sy thst I aid a onndldnte for reelertiou to tho tfonat of the 2."th diHtrict, suhjoct to the Action of tlio Dumuonitio Nouiiunliiig Un vention; ltiectfuliy. (!eo. Vrzvrrna, Niw BBAVUMtJi, June H), 18WI. FOH COUNTY JUDGE. W arn mitlioriod to Announce CAPT. JAMKH O. HTOKKY an a csmliilute for Comity JuJk of Hoys Oouuty. rem shektff. We are anthori&J to nunounce JAMES A ' l liVNf m a cuntliilnte for fchorilf of Hays county. W nrn Authorized to announce Y. E, wniiT.P.V n a. cundhlnto for tjherln" of Hays county. Wa nrn nntiinrizml to Announce J. 8. DA VIH as a enudidnU for Hheriff of Hays County. Wo nrn nnthorlKod o nnnonnco 8. h. TOWNSEVD ft a cnmliilulo for Sheriff of Itnvs nnimtv nt tho election iu November licit. ' FOH DISTKICT AND COUNTY CLE11K. Woaro authorized to amiouiico JAMES l HIIIir.KKON. us a ciimlidiito for ro-cloc tion to tho office of Cl rk of tlio DiHtrict mid fConuty Court:, iu and for JIh.vh county, Texan. Election November 'M lHHh. Wn im ntituurifcMf to tiiiuomioo H. E. BAKHEH as a rumlidulo for Cmmty and lMstrict Clork of Iliiys County. FOR TUFASUREtt. w nrn authorized to uniionnco J. C. RO WE, of Drijpinn HnritiKs, ns a cauilidiilo lor treasurer of Mays county. We nrn autborizod to Announce F. M. JOHNSON oh a cundiduto for Treumircr of Hays County. Wo are Authorized to auuouuco J. H. PATTEHSON an a cnudidiitn for ro-nli-flion ' to the offloo of County Troiwuror of Htij'N County.' ' ' FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to nnnonuoo R. S. FORTSON bk a rundidnto for ro-rlnction to .tueofllceof AwHOKHor of Hnys County. . ' We are authorized to announce A. Y. OLDHAM an a cindidnto for tlio ofllc:e of AneexHorpf Huya oounly. ' . COUNTY SURVEYOR. We are authorized' to annoiliico OTTO GROOS as a candidate for Hurveyor of Hays County. ' Wn are authorized to annonncn JOHN M. KUiLOUOH bh a candiilMo for County .Surveyor of HnyH County. HIDE AND ANIMAL INSPECTOR. We are authorized to announce W. T. ACKLIN, of DnPre, a a candidate for Hide and Animal Insjioctor for HnyB conn- ty. ' ;. COUNTY COMMISSIONER. We are authorized to announce JAMES L. OWEN aH n candidate fo' County (Join uiHsionor, Prociuct No. 1. of Hiy county. Cull For a Senatorial Convention. By virtue of the authority iu me vented an chaiiuian of the Democratic Executive Committee of the 25tU Senatorial DiHtrict, of Toxa, I do hereby call a convention of delegate to meet nt the Court House m the town of San Murcoe. llayn county, Texan, on the lht day of September m-xt, at Vi o'olock iu., for the purposo of nomi nating ft domocrutio candidate for Stnto Senator. Papers throughout the district will plcane oopy. Eu. It. Konh. Chairman Pom. Ex. Com. 2".th Senatorial , District. A tall for tho LegiHlntivo Convention for the dUt diHtrict has bomi offloially iasned to meet at the name place on tho iiamo day. Demncralic Mcetiuir. The delegates from the different beats are mpieHted to meet at Dul'ro on the Slnt of Aug. for tho purpoHe of Heuding dele gates to a congressional convention that oouvenwi at Seguin ou the 2 lth of Aug.; to uoaiinate a caudidato for Congress; also to Mend delegatus to a senatorial and represen tative oonvontiou, place and time yet to be .designated, other busiuess proper can bo considered. Febo Kti.e, , Chairman of Hrivs Co. Dem. Ex. Com. Jiylo, Aug. 2, 8li. For tlio Canipni','11. Wo will furnish tho Fkkk Phkss to the first of January, 1887, for 75 cents. Send in the names What good do tho saloous do T W'j repent, there will be no war. The riots at Belfast, Ireland, are still going on. Each party lays the blame on the other. The recent election in Tennessee showed 40,000 Democratic majority, a gain of over ,10,000 in the last two years. Contnry to ei- Utiov.s. tins pros idcrvt Mgned the river and harbor bill. In ronnd nuralHTs, it appropriate $14,000.000 Th San Ai.t'uii Eprts U.sti tliat Mr dnfiehl. iU n-i-rter at Oa! f-.t'-n. f ii'W led the field. We U Ikv it l O rr r(. We givi fciii i ;' ; p, l- ti.- W. O T J.n.!'. Ti.nr-.-i-. li-t i ai .A,IIIV,y to 1 II on 't'.r fir-t V. df-T ! V.V W-.ev,-! , UI rt ll.t t ' A Clly I'rk for Man Jliirro-R 'Mon mid iMtif('uHib1nlnltirvur. UKn tin rtHH-ut oociiiun wlieu uiimbor of our inomineiit riti:'uii wero iuvilml to iiiHjmct tlia luiicliin ry for tlio walorwoikM, tlm 'bun jinhMcJ aluu tlio fiKit ft Cli:iutntKtm Kill, with tho Uuiitiful T.illcy to tlio rijf lit, Ixjlonintf to tlio Kcul K UtJ A)ioiu tion, autl vliioli, it Inu I'oou tm' (ftiHtuil, blioul.l lo cmi vol U1 into a Citjr Turk. The cinvorition nntur nlly turni'iloii this nulijocL niiil nllou lionrJ wiTe tiininimouN in i)juovI of (lint Men. Tlio t'otu nl viTJict wan that it ought to lmvo bcon hturtod luat winter that it oliviousljr woul.l not pay to rent out ground of tlmt vahio for funning purjioscn, and tlmt )i-tuiouM ti mo in Blurting tlii growth of trti'd in thim beinjf lout To nil lurjje lowim mid S in Mnicos is con fiilcntly vxpectod to bi lon to thin category tro lunr.y jcnrn a park m in tlu-HO clays connidorod iniJiHpensa bio, mid tho grounila wo rcfor to nro tho only Hiiitablo one for tho pur pone future Rt'ciuf, in nici, 10 unvo . , i i dcHirrncd thorn for lliin end. Tho Hoil ia nduptud to tho growth of ftl moht every kiml of troo, bhrub or flower. ) I wiih originully oocupiud to u considornblo cxtont by poemi trvox, and they could cuwily bo reproduced there Tho main wuter pipo ruu di rectly thronh tho gromulH, which could bo utilized to mipply wuter for tho trcf.B and other growing pro ducts, nlaofor fonntiiiiiH nt will. Then thero i a natural Bpring branch bordering the! gro inda ou one ido. Proper cultivation would in tlio course of ft few yours convert these groundH into a Hceno of wondrous beauly nud nltmctivencRB, lending additional chanim to AsHOiubly Hill and promoting tho hioccbs of our Sunmier Inntituto, benidos increaiiing tho vnluo of property and promoting the general proHpority of our uniquo nd picturonqno liUlo city. flieu might i.s "bonnio bnnkn and braes" bo euppoHod to Bpeuk in tlio language which iurns has applied iu "Tho l'o- tition of Bruar WtiLer", eonio stanzas of which wo adopt to tho occasion: "Would then my lioncst masters plcauo To eraiit my hinhnal wiiihos. They'll ahado my lianki wi' towering trees And uotinio KpreiulniK liUNiins; PleuHcd doubly theu, upon my word, You'll wander ou my Imnloi, And listen many a cmtoful bird Kctiirn you uenrtfelt tlninks. "Let lofty lira and a'dieii cool Mv lovlv banks o'empread, And view, decp-beinling o'er tho jiool, Tlunr shadows watery bed j Let fragrant bilks, iu woodbines drcst, The adjaueut ol ill's adorn ; And, for tho littlu soagstor's nost, Tho close cmliOM oring thorn. Here shall the shepherd make hi i scat, To weave his crown of (lowers. And Dud a sheltering safo retreat From prone descending showers ; Here haply too, at venial dawu Home musing bard may str.iy, And oye tho smoking, dewy lawn, And misty mountain grey. "And here, by sweet endearing stealth, Khali meet the loving pair. Despising worlds, with all their wealth, Ah onipty, idle cars ; The (lowers shall vie in all their clmrins The hour of heaven to grace, And bilks extend tlmir fragrant arm-! To seroeu tlio dear cinbraco. May it not bo long before San Marcos shall realiza this charming picture. Shade for Our Assembly Hill. It is conceded by all visitors that tho Hill presents ono of tlio grand est, and most beautiful landscapes to be seen on tho continent, and is in noarly all other respects well adapted to tho purpose to which it has been appropriated. Tho ono grand defi ciency is tho lack of shade. 'Tin truo it is covered withqnito a growth of native trees, but our cedars nnd elms afford but an inadequate protec tion against tho burning rays of tho Texas summer sun. Additional shade is indispensable, aud it lias occurred to ns that this can bo found, onsilv and certainly, in the China tree ofH"u vo"" ' either variety. It will thrive almost anywhere in this country, and there is sufficient soil ou tho Hill to insure denso growth of this incotnp.arab!o shade troo. Talking the other day on the tmhjuct with Mr. John L. M ilone. ho fullv concurred with us in tins re- poct. He said the China trees near lis residence nourished where there was less than six inches of soil above tho solid rock. Another thinir- II will enduro drought quite equal tol any other tree. It is not so long- lived assome other trees, but then it is of such rapid growth that a con t Hit sucrt i-Moii of trees and shade can readily be secured. We commend the subject to whom it may ci'iici in. Tho last congress was more pro lific in bills than miy of its prod, -cesser. In the hoiiM, lO.OOi) bills were introduced, while the sntto content ed it If with :.'' M. About l.OOH, re pit.- il niid m nt to the pi'is;-1 dt nt. c.f which lie et h. t 10 1. M t 1 a...-, -.1 of Uic i'i.:s i i-fci were i a private: nature, an J liiw i:o je-ierd interest 1 u, the l i:'o!i.v Of the iimpv 1,!N t i' t - j I f...l. .1 I .. 1 .. I . ...i',-.... !j ... I. e'lli a - i.' ii .p., I-. , mi- g.-t t'-ro-v!:. the A:!uit .V Pa-' rifi.-, I.ii retains nb mt 2,").iV"i,),'VH v-io I tin li;rj nt. Tl iii n' j i:np.Mt-4M I !tsi.-d wis IV I li.'.l-g T 1 (- I.VC "t oi t!l'' IIO Tlio .Hrxlraa luibro'irllo. Oor govern men t hai at laiit done what ftlie (ihotild have d-Mio in tho outset with .rcspet to tlio Cutting case. At tho mggestion -f tho Mex ienn goverumeut, our Stato D pui t mint has mint a unecial envoy to Mexico in tho person of Arthur Sudg worth, an ablo lawyer, to confer with tho attorney-general of Mexico with regard to tho proper interpreta tion of tho law under which Cutting ia held It is thought an nuiicablo nolntion of tho problem cm thus bo arrived ut A regards tho Rcsurca case, Mr. F. 12. Leason, of Kiglo Pass, well known hero, informs us that the caso is not n singular ono out there, save in tho fact that a protest 1ms been made in it. lie says that under tho Mexican law, if two rci-pectablo citi zoiih go before a magistrate and mako onth that any man is a publio oftend dor a horso-thief for instance it becoiuoa tho duty of tho polico offi cer represented in this cuso by Mon dr.igon to nrrust him and order him at onco to execution: and tho oflicer is subject to a severe penalty if ho permits him to escnpo. Ho says Mexicans on this sido tho river havo boon thus returned to Mexico almost daily, and nothing said or" dono about it. All of which proves that our Toxiib officials havo been tho parties really to blame. This was surely tho tho fact with respect to Resures, and tho New York papers do well to re mind G;v. Ireland that tho worst cul prits aro Toxans. Abominable ns is tho Mexican law referred to, it is still tho law with thorn, and has sel.lom if ever before been complained of on this sido the river. Ourgovornment, however, should sco to it that no man, no matter what may bo nlloged against him, shall b illegally sur rendered to Mexican jurisdiction. The Slate Convention. Wo went to press last week with tho convention only just organized, nnd the prospect of a long and stormy sossion. In truth it turned out to bo brief. A great pressure for tho nom ination of Gun. Rjss becatuo mani fest, and tho opposition not being united, his triumph was overwhelm ing. Ho was brought in, and made' the following rather happy little speech : He said ho was dacply sens ible of tli high distinction conferred by tho cohorts of democracy of tlio empire state of Texas. If ever a man had the incunUvc to do well, ho had. If he failed in his work it would be tho fault of tho head, and not of the heart. Ho loved tho stato aud he loved the party. Ho had gloried nnd felt humiliated with it. IIo would never approve a moasnro that ha lie didn't consider would redound to the good of tiio peoplo and state. Lawlessness ho wouldn't encourage, nor extravagance in the government. He wauled to soo tho state full of railroads, factonos, churches, schools and farms. Tho fanui cultivated, and the farmers to bo freeholders. When ho looked nt tho dates growth his heart swelled with pride, and ho was exultant. IIo would never chock tho llood-tido of prosperity. Ho ex tended his gratitude, and bespoke harmony. Let them push forward us tho wise men of tho E iHfc followed tho star to tho manger. CheersJ. The rest of tho ticket as nominated is as follows: Lieut.-Gov., T. 13. Whoelorj Atl'y-Gon., J. II, Hogg; As sociate Judge, 11. R. Gaines; Comp troller, J. D. McCulli Treasurer, F. 11. Lubbock; Sup't Tub. Instruction, O. H. Cooper. Tlio platform will bo found in an other column, nnd some further inside views of the proceedings of Litkrahy Life. No. 1, vol. VI of this favorite periodical is before ns. This number is doubly interesting, because it is tho first under t'ao ed itorial administration of Miss Hose Elizabeth Cleveland, who contrib utes four well written, thoughtful pages. Tno l utii 1'ukss feels cause j,o applaud lur adoption of its motto f 11. f. in. Iiii-r. " I'lMVd all things ; hold fast that which is rood". Both in general readiii" and I a.nm.-.llv tli. ro nro marked im- provenn nts in this number of Liter ary Life. We augur for it an influ ential and successful mission. The Gi'lvotoii News comments on the ret, nrkablo f:ict that tho late Democrat if convention failed entirely to indorse; or notice in any way the ! administration of Gov. Irelatnl. It ciidi.rsod tint cf Cleveland with son:e luriitn! r Rervations no doubt br.t said in t a word .". to Ireland s). . We r.re in receipt of the a'ir ounce ui. i:t an 1 llhriiin it"d 1 r.i.'!n:!in? of - (l.. Vt T I", ,-.i:l-'..n .! !,., i.-u . ..... ..... Antusnt.'.l Fc-tiv:t:.i, to tr.:r.--pirc fr.wtSpt 8 to O t. id. ir.cla-ive. This' f 111 l-e t'i-- li .i l si. v.-. l' TV i li.'ti. u?!dlt..ubt ti.e Mi-x-tnJija. t:v . if 1 ;l S;lii t-te t,' V.:- e'.l Wiimkt'h PoiMoa.- John Powers, cittloman, of Mobeetio, few days slnco became crazy drunk aud fell from a hotel window in Kansaa City, and was killed. Ha waa well known among tho cattlemen of this Stute, w ia forty years old, worth $350,000 and leaves a widow find three chil dron to mourn his fate. Al'oi'nt 3. James Higgins, editor and proprietor of the Trinity County Long Loaf, died this morning be twecn 11 nnd 12 o'clock. Mr. Ilig gins had been on a continued spree forubout a month, and it is general ly supposed that ho killod himself from drinking. He was a good, quiet and peaceful man when sober. Down with the murderous liquor traffic! John D. MeCall was nominated for Comptroller in spite of the effort to show that ho had been a sympathizer with Gov. Davis, and all that. At cvory election we see old Democrats attempting to use such weapons against each other. To us such ef forts to introduce the "Holy Inquisi tion" into our politics ure amuzing and disgusting. The Nw York World, the princi pal democratic paper in the state, is out in a lonrthy article favoring speaker Carlisle as the democratic candidate for president in 1888. Now that Mr. Tilden is dead, tho N. Y. Sun will probably boom congressman Holniau for tho same position. Tho city of Buffalo recently adver tised for 'olds ou tho sale of 5,159 trade dollars. The highest recoivod was 75o. from a New York broker, and thev wore sold at that urico. This is a clean swindle, as tho silver is worth more than Hint amount nt the mint. Latest reports from Secretary Man ning clearly indicate that ho is uot re gaining his expected health, lind that he will not bo able resume his duties in tho treasury depai tnient by the 1st of October, when his leave of a absonco expires. We have received from tho sec retary of tho Dallas Stato Fair and Exposition, a programme of the races to come off Oct. 2G to Nov. G, in clusive. The grounds and all the appointments aro said to bo complete. Under tho tho Mexican law Cut ting cannot ba pardoned, even by the president of tho republic, until he has served two thirds of the term of imprison men t decreed by the court. On the '2 1 iust. snow fell to tho depth of ono and one-half inches at Mount Washington, with tho wind at 80 miles au hour and the thermom eter marking 28 degrees. Tho mau who thinks tho United States should annex Mexico, with all its horde of Eemi-barbarous people, must bo fnr gone iu mental nnd moral fatuity. . . . Goo. W. Cable was one of tho re cent speakers or instructors at Chau tauqua, New York. Hon. L. J. Storey was chairman of tho committee ou resolutions at the Stuto Convention. ' It bccouiC3 more and more obvious that the ona thing needful to the suc cess of onr Chautauqua ia d list of lecturers of marked distinction in the walks of science, literature and the ology. That matter ought to bo looked to ill good timo next season. Tho cost can bo more than met by a reasonable admission fee. There is a great disposition among onr people to lis ten lo iirst-class speakers. Wo notice tiiat n number of papers of this congressional district, after being paid for announcing the two candidates now iu the field, declare for soiiio third men, as yet unan nounced. '-Call you this backing your friocda?"' Kyle tVd herself credit by forwarding a carload of needed commodities to the suf. fcrers on the frontier. 8aa Marcos should uot fall behind in a i nuse so good Gustav Cool;, in posing for moral effect at the Siti Marcos Chautauqua, felt hiinfeif on semi-religions ground. and attempted to evolve some pro found niorai reflections from the deeps of his rusty reflectiveness on suen themes as usual, ho slopped I over, nnd spilled the milk of his wis dom beyond possibility of scpp:ng it up. S.iu Antonio Light. Orchids. A'! fl-iwcr-Iovin people nre more or If.-.? ititi itt-tcd in orciiids. lkiti uit3 U-il us fucy l'i'!n j to tlio lily f.iniilv: :irf in.iirtious. p ir.illc! voinc-.l. Invi'ir i.r.l'.ii roots Liii1 bsve six r',,ulai' J.-1 iIr. Orclii.l br.vo w'x pi ta!-, bit tliri are irrrirniar, oii t f tbcni boin o-i.l in form, nn.l mn1 tin "lip". This piv a vniifty of i-li ii. O.rh'. l!. :47' tb nijt v.!ml ' r.I pLicts Si:iie rs pil'.l f.-r iui'Tr. K..ino U tb;r prol--pif f. r'ii.-C n i othor f jr thc-.r frvjr tr..-v T1 w nr- . f.,i,n.l m '! .illfitrit IT- . tvr'-.v 'v ,'ry. In t; i. rt!;crri -'i-l..itf!'l: f . il'-ltlit t .'!: ! n tli'I'.i! !. a:..! t:.-: w mi I- i t- '-'r Prompt and Effective. Cootlvemiw, Ilesdurhc, and many kin dred forms vf llMiae, aro unions the natural rcull of a d(ordired condlllon of the Stomach, Liver, and UoweU, ami imiy be iun d by the Uo of Ayer's Till. yy. II. Stroiil, Jh advllle, Pa., write J I was troubled whh Iudlrfcstlon, CouMlpa tlou, and Headache, for years. A few boxes of Ayer's Pills restored mo to health. I havo always found them jirompt and tflectlvo In thulr artlon.n Oliver Darlhiif, Greenville, T-jnn., writes: "I have derived great bencBt from the use of A.rer's Tills. They cured me of Stomach and Liver troubles which had allllctcd me for years." Krastus South worth, Bath, Mo., writes: " I was prostrated with a sovore Bilious complaint. After valuly tryliijf a number of remedies I was finally Induced to use Ayer"a rills, and had taken scarcely two boxes when I was completely cured." Ay er's Pills, r-REPAKED BY Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. O.T- BROWN". ATTORNEY AT LAW, AN JIAHCOS. HAVS fO. TKXA8. Ofllce overUri eic'a Bank, jiia s-tr W. 0. HMCHISOM, ATTORNEY AT LAW, San MarfO!. Tx. Vomif attf.uhuii pat ,1 to Claim and Exniuhilns Lsnil I'll". LIVERY AND FEED . STABLE. UNDER HAI?i.&'ii TJTZ fTAT.T J. M. TUIiNEU, Trop'r. Best stock iu tho city. S'nn!e and douh'e liiiKgie.i, curriiges ami lnu ks always ready. Careful drivers. Transients a specialty. dec "ly THREE HUNDRED ACHES. 300 acres in Hays Co., lasting wa ter. Will soli for 3C00, terms easy. Ijasii. Dah.hy. tho greatest profusion, and aro much valued for decorative purpose, be cause they keep their color and fresh ness so long. Somo plants have been known to bear 270 blossoms, some 380, nnd one variety even 40,0110. There nro 70 known species east of tho Mississippi, all of which are tum- brial except ' two in' Florida, which tire epiphetcr. There nro ten pnecies in Enjihind. JShak- spuare mentions eomo or tiiese iu his writings. Aastralia hut some of the handsomest. One author U Ds of one that resembles ostrich plumes -pink and blue. It has been said . . ... that their iantastic forms have been greatly exaggerated, but reliable au thors have told us that tliey bear marked resemblance to nuts, bees, birds, butterflies nnd even to grotes que puppets. The lady slipper looks fantastic and dainty enough for the queen of fairies. The Mexicans have orchids for the celebration of oae-i feast; from this and other facts we infer that sentiment clings to these plants. The Espiritor Santo of ran- aina is held in reverence bv tlio rude natives, bringing blessing on the reverent possessor, but woo and swift destruction to the profane. Adam and Eve, so called from a cord connecting tho bulbs.' is said to be tho rarest of tho raro among tho American orchids. The superstitious claim for it a love charm, and a fabu lous purse is paid for it to obtain the coveted liapiness. We are told they emit their odor in puffs. Earnest Morris says he was once in a street car. taking some orchids to a friend, when a lady passenger was so over powered bv the puff of perfume she fainted. They ure indebted to in debted to insects for fertilization and this is one reason why they are so rare. Some orchids being quite a large snni of money. One piaut brings its happy possessor not only hundreds, but thousands of dol lars. Mr. George bach, of Aruboy, N. J., has the finest collection in the United States: Morris brought many from South America. The Giver of nil good things has wrought many interesting and curious thiims for the eujoviuent and study of his chil dren dwelling on tho earth. Miss Julia Smithcr in Assembly Beacon. DYSPEPSIA Causes Its victims to bo mJserablo, hopeless, confused, and depressed In mind, very irrita ble, languid, and drowsy. It Is a disease which does not Ert well ot Itself. It requires careful, persistent attention, and a remedy to throw off the causes and tone np the diges tive organs till they perfrm their ' duties willingly. Hood's 8arattrilla bs proTca Just the required remedy In hundreds of eases. " I hae taken Hood's Sarsaparilla for dys- pfrr-ia, from which I have suffered two years. I tried many other mcdicUK. dux noue proven so satisfactory as noni iwmiuui4. Tuoxas Cook, Bruh LlrUic Uht C, "cw York City. Sick Headache "For the past two years I have bca aDiricd with Tcre Lcil.rft:c aid drsr? sia. I was Induced to try II-xsl S.sapa. ru:. and kave .n-4 pnat rcUcf. Iclrfr-f-r.y ccnmcii.1 it t ai Xas. 1 T. AMIABLE, New Hivrn, C-n. Ki. Mjry C. 3iitX Cactr:.1?lrt. ?Ti, ma vl.-jr li"a !fp aJ t tx i- i a-,'e. t-:. t r K..rs-;aji;u aUl I Hood's 3ar3a?2rl!!n s-,i y :-:.--!. n :. t y. .'. UfllDERBItilVS (OHIOINAb) Austh Harbh Works, 217 aud ai' Coinjress Aveuuc, AUSTIN, TEXAS. IiiiHrtn and iiittke lo order sr.vri'ix ni'HTH. mf.dauoxh, l'LASTUIt CASTS, MASTKI.S, Moimiuouts, Tomb Stones and Tablets. I Invile comimrihon of pri-es mid j'ilily .-f goods with any bouse iu the Stale The best Is always the cheapest, R. B.UN'DERHILL, Prop'f. Former Senior and MniuiKlnK l'arluer of the into firm of Underbill .V to. A !U s ? i n P)i for any kind of Marble Monuments, Tombstones, Mantels, Etc see or addross A. J. JERNIGAN, (Suocessor to Uuderhill & Co.), AUSTIN, TEXAS, or WM. n. NANCE, SAN MARCOS, TEXAS iuch25tf DR. J. H. COMBS, at ( -3 SS'rrM r3 OFFICE: North Sido Publio Sqnare, Miiu .litr,i. - 'Im K-TAnUSIlED 1812. tr t? tn R" Q S Hfl B s I R CO 5 S S e 1 f s ft5 e! ill! s o f o o i'3 e. g" I 2 i (Wound on White Spooks.) Tha BSST and MOST POPULAS Sewing Trhead cf -Modern Times. A- CL A.RK & BROTHER. Solo Agnus tor Clark's "O. S. T." Spo..l Cotton, 400 ll! tlfWil, NEW YORK. Tin's spue fur tlio New Store. mm i i J. B. POR'I'ER, SAN MARCOS AND KYLE, TEXAS, Successor to mm Covington & Porter, Mvjnfactnrer and Dealer in everything pertainiuj,' to tlio Saddlery Eusi ucf :s. Iligliest Cash Trices puid for Hides MY MOTTO: FA IE AND SQUARE DEALING. run: 27 OHBISTIAM ft- GO. SAN MAIiCOS, TEX. Dralrr. Is SHINGLES, SASH, Whit? Pins Beaded Ceiling EVKZlTmSG IS III Km HS'E ALWAYS OX II AMI t.Tab-:rIircs5cl tsOrisr. Ml Orders Promptly Tille -1 m i. a; tiUA KU. W. li. wiion. . riilMUKKT. VUK ll tt, TOM II. llhOVWt, e.VXIIIKB. Oij'itat 7'tiitl i tf.W.OOO, Anthot heil VopiiU, $t 3O.000. (lnnral nankins Hu lln.a Trall.adrd. . rsuuta ol MatcliuUU, Urm. auj luillt lilu.la ollolltj. PIKSCI'OUS. w. n. wood. w. o. mrroiiiHOM. i. v. m rcHiNs, or.o. t. wooriiek. It. A. OllVtK, O. W. DONAIXJN. JlyiHly j.'fS 0. KINZ. AUU. FUANKE. SINZ & FRANKE, Ccnw.ctors and Builder?, SAN MARCOS, TEXAS- Make out Plans aud Secincatioiis and Execule the work. May be fouud at tho lumber yard of Newt. Travis', opposito llrown it Iiindsey's livery stable. nmv!'7tf . J. WARD, Dealer iu ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE. SAN MARCOS, TEX. Also keeps a full assortment of Coffins, Caskets, dentine ruses Wh.te Onk air tiht Cusom of all sorts for Shipping at one hoar's notice. Prompt sltvnllon paid Iu all call, lur funsrsia si all llmiia, Uvpslrlna; allandcd Ifl promplly. EAST SII K PL.A,SA"J MARCOS, TX.S, mcliSO If MOIVEY TO fiOAIV. I have money to loan upon lauds iu Hays, neldwell anil Uiiiidulupe conutios iu small or larce sums, upon long time. San Marcos, Tex., ISHii. ajaai'tf 1MI MMM . i SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEX. A SELECT FEMALE BOARDING SCHOOL. fHTNo Mixed School Influences. ilXYiBER OF PUPILS LIWITi D. All have the enjoymcntu, restrainlK, and idvnutages of Hoiue and School combined. RANGE 0? WORK. 1. A full courso of Academic Study in LaiiguiifiC Mathematics iwd 'Jc.'eiRCf. 2. Needle work, l'ructi.-ul nud Oiu:i mou till. 3. Drawing and Fainting. 4. Music. Vocal and Instrumental. BUILDINGS C0MM0DI0U3 & COMFORTABLE Boarding and School Department under same root'. Froj-erly owned and aeliool tuiiglit by Muj. J. U. Bishop and family. A strictly privato er.tcrprisfl. ThiM iiur.nnl st-Nkiou will comnu n-'O on 1st Monday of Seiteni ber ur.d coi.tiuu ton niouths. Apply -for circular giviiiR. details, t-.rnis, references, clc. . jy ltf . is reserved Dry Goods All Kii.J. DOORS, s I l i i !i..-U i :r. It:.' '1 13 i Cr.o Dollar.