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IAN MAHOOt, TBXAH T ! fuHS D A vTa CO U8T 1U. IMMl. HOISHE NEWS. AUEXTS 1'OIt TJIE HIKE I'KKSS. Ths following auscd parlies sr saiblit end TMua.led W aoi AU tor th FHICK PHkHi: AI.UK.KT KANCB R,t! CAPr.'UOLUKa m-mIm sn.r. K F. LANKY W liuut rlijr. WSJ 'I'UHSl.tr.'.'.'."'' u,,- ,n "" ,J. al.HIJHrl rVclwr's wr.. M I, HKK11 " m. ULuicU WII.I.UHoa JlencUaca. Gravrak An 0- w- ! AlJ. PoeTaaavsae r ! sulhoilsad to ot Ataxia. AKKIVAL OV .FASSEM1EU TKU.VS. MAINS PAHH MAUCO A FOLLOWS 1 MAIL- M!L lnlnofinnih i 8:40 A.M. Hid 7: F M. .-Uoiuu North t 8' 40 A. M. and 0:1.1 1 M. Fernon not subscribers who may ntY .iny lima receive copies of the Fner J will ph ase uuderHtand tlmt tbeyC lire aont Rlmply aa sample, in the hope I Vhrvt the parties addresned inuy like f -well emmijh to favor its with thoir suhsurip ,'AioUS. ' Two Copies for $3 50. Inasmuch as many persou desire to send -copioa abroad, and by way of eucournRe. .uient bo to do, we offer two copies of the Fbb rBKKS at 93 Ml caiih iu ndvauce. Stamping done at Bookbbohb. Mouiaja coffee, at L, B, Killian'b. 'Oo to J. M. Rasberry's for your choice ,-caudies, fruits, nuts, etc. Sweet older still flow freely nt Coppic'a. Deep boa codfish, L. B. Kuaian'h. . Beautiful water pitchers in Bohemian cut .gins at -Bookbtobe. If you want to keep oool, go to Pefiiiea ft , Co'h, and get one of those handsome Nor folk conts. 3tb tomatocg at bed rock, at L. B. Kilman's. Trv flonnie'e ioe-oold sweet cider. Ab a , summer beverone it beau the world. - Fresh apple butter, at L. B. Kiiaian's. Tt.m't mm vnnr complexion but co to rogues & Co., and get you one of those nice white umbrellnH. Sinale copies of the Free Pbes3 may bo hail at the office or at misses auiwum lison'r. news sttmd. PocnoR A Co.. sell the famous Winder nnUuudried shirt, warranted the best made, for$". 50 per half dozen. Nice strained honoy, at L. B.Kil man's. fion. W. Kniuht. Jowoler. east side the riaza, San Marcos. The E. B. Martin place for (sale. Apply to T. C. Johnson. Viuihjty "Deeds for sale nt the Free 1'bkss office. E. & W. collars and cults, in variety at H. L. Pisoues & Oo. New invoice of the celebrated Kelly shoos, full stock, Special attention rcmiest- ed to one of tho stylva, known na tno vimt onpbast. " ' Johnson & Jo hsok. Whv do von co without box when you ,,caa buy 25 pair for a dollar, at S. Ij. Peques & Co. 2 crutos of canvass bamsj nt Jj. a. Kii.lian'3. nunp M DltTir AGES at the Free 1'ress ,01iUo. Go to S. L. reuucK ,t Co., and get a pair of those handsome tuilor-muua paiits. A ht .guarantoed. Gntlemeu visiting the Chautauqua will find the fin' st line of collars, cuffs, half hose, ' neckwear, hats and shivtB in the town, at S. L. JV.QUE3 & Co. 'a. Mr. Holmes is offering his residence for -sole, it is oue of the most attractive places in the city, has large well veutilated rooms, terraoed yard, and beautiful green lawn, it has n street ou all sidus excapt the north, end is convenient to 'the publio schools aud : Chautauqua grounds, and when the Chau tmiqniv park is improved will be one of the ' ;nost valuable residences in the oitv. GREGORY$L& WHOM, Druggists. ' Wanted 1000 Men iTo buy spring suits at S. Tj. PegT'es & Co. San Marcos and Hays County. The Free Press Extra of Oct. 1883, snp .inman(i1 Uv thn retmlar issuo of Jun. 28, 'RC. furnishes the best, most truthful and ..mnliita dnserfntion of our town and conn- tv to be had. Call or send to the office for .copies five cents each. Legal Card. W, D. Wood, Sterling Fisher and Owen Ford have associated themselves together for the practice of law in civil matters in Haysconnty, Tcxos. OlHoe in Wood's new bnilding, lip stairs, San Marcos. Oct. 25-ly. War! War!! War!!! vf nriili Maxico but acainst hich priees. c r. Pecnes A Co., are now selling their spring and summer clothing at redneed prioes in order to make room for their im mense stock of fall and winter goods. For Sale A Cheap Place. A house, with six rooms, hall and Rallery, -with four lota; the rooms all nnihhed, a good underground c:stern and cistern house. Kitnu1 nna Mock n. w. of College. This property will rent for $ 15 per month. Title . . si flin K'il. oou, price um-"" ance on one year's time with 10 per cent interest. Apply cr write to June 3m3. Geo. F. Waro. I Am Agvnt For Mi Cormick self hinder, Mowers etc, Jackson wagons Deer plow Casidy sulky plow Standard cultivator Book waiter i.y rake Whneler Tbrnshers ud other miu-hincrr and firm imp.?mentH 'lilt which I solicit orJo'. sru4rate:ng l.iwest rri" 1 ' terms. Wm. Oirsrs. The Anzut E.-Uctie lm article oa lb following ml jeit-.: "Wn ar.1 ImuiK: -Is Medi.-iiM A Pi,-r'Wf -wr. . .,ir.r!rV" Tl: Grk HmiK Aconrdin ti Praif;" The of Nortlrw-t Cnil.." o-.h-m of est. The Trin shirt paper a'e 'J te ly a id 324-f.T. Thf PhraVo'cI Jonrrl ard of H;:!i f"T Ant or-Ta wilh an t on -Tl,. L!f of th- Wi t- H-.t:." p-Ttra-'t anl " ' " r.Sr:-? M'- ' l! - ! - ' ' 'Tre- 1 W Fire! . , Tbli luoru.'urf, nboiit elht oVIoik. fire wa ilU'overvd lu Ait old biiildiuK tlllud with hay, ntxt to Dr. Da SMfer't ollloo, from which it xt nded to the Btabla be tween il and WlIliniiiNOii' naltion. Both thne oUI building wcr koou euveloped iu flamii, but by the stroimoun exertiona of the flro. men, who were promptly ou hand, the are did not extend further. Uieat Bpprouen ioiu for a time prevailel that it nilht prove more aerioua. Tim fire in BiipjioiMW Ui ha oiiuinatod from the inevitable cigar or olgart tte Iu the baud of boiuo heedlesn "vmoker". See In our ndvurtMng columni the n. ni)iincemeut of the now dry-goodi store of J. S. Killiau A Co. And now we hoar Hou. J. V. Ilntohini Rpoken of an a possible dark horse tu the Congressional raoe. The American Bookmakor for August is before us. and we ooutinue to flud iU pageB full of rare uud various interest. Wednoslav was a field day for the Sun day -Hchool children oo the hill. A Urge number of visitor were in attoudanoo, The Annex to the publio sohool house Is n.,.l.rnv. The Helectiou of ground for the future new house, we learn, haugs flro. Anroiofi of the tnble of Assessments fur- ulshed us by Assessor Fortson. he iuforn.s us that the increase in value dnring the past year is nearly nil confined to ban war- COB. A subscription list for the benefit of the sufferers on the froutior may be found at Johnson Johr iou'b store. Subscriptions in cash received, or aoccpted in merchan. dine. The latter will be forwordod free of cost. The fire this morning is a "clincher" in favor of extending the water appliances, which proved quite inadequate. We are asunrdd thoro should be not loss than 1,000 foot of hose. We trust now the corporate authorities will give the subject prompt attention, Tho Monthly part of the Library Majra line for August is on our table. It con tains some 25 articles from the best for eign periodicals, and as many more briefer matters uudor the head of Current Thought." John B. Aldon, publisher, 303 Pearl st , New York Goon Housekeepiso erowB upon our re gard the more we see of it. It Is got up mechanically in the style of the best maga u.:..na. nnd the contents aro worthy of it. Why not ? for what on earth is so dear as home and its environments? Claris w. Bryan & Co., publishers, Now York. The OreRRet Diily fails to appear, not be ciiiiKB the, Beae.ou is; nriuted at the Free ni-e. lmt thfit it micht not divide up tho Beat ou'r patronao or in any way thn entornrise. Tins is so un derstood by rll who need to understand. So says last week's Cresset. Let tu see, The first issno of the Boaeon canrn out on Saturday. July 31st. Tho Cresset of tho name day announced that the Daily Cresset would appear on the WoJneBaay following' Ti, itaismifl of Ami. 7th. it stated tho issue nt it a.'iilv had been n istnoned. without Giving the reason. It seems to us tho Cresset is foremost among those "who T-ned to understand." As to the supposed antagonism, it would have " amounted to nothing, save to tho CiMRsot itself. Hays County's Properly. Fl:e following tnble shows the fax values of ITays county for the year 188(1, as coin pared with the year 18S5 : No. of aer-s of land in 1880, 401,850; in 188", 397,()7tf. 1880. Value of laud ftl,0ft,185 1885. 1$ 1, 3 94. 800 439,r00 42,045 211,870 148,740 237,800 2.300 11,080 3,540 8,050 147,970 218,980 79,345 Town lots 400,79'J Carriages & wagons.. 4.1,(1 Tools nnd maclrnory ,;ou Horses and mules... . lfi,460 Cattle and oxen l'.U. HU Jacks and jennets.... 4,205 Sheep U.940 Goats ."' Floas Goods & merchandise 149,670 Money, bank stock and other claims... a.ni.z.w Miscellaneous prop'y. Bii.oJo Totnl value $2,822,270 $2,761,390 Increase since 1885 ?uO,88U Respectfully submitted. E. S. Fortson, Tax Assessor Hays Co. "Tbe Greatness and Destiny of Humanity," was the subject of an admirable lecture on the Hill last night bv Rev. G. W. Brigffs. editor of the Galveston Christian Advocate. The nndience was large, and notwith standing the disadvantage of speak ing in the open nir, the orator ' held their earnest attention. The very subject of hia lecture indicated a de parture from the ordinary orthodox style, which is to depreciate human nature. The entire drift of the lec ture was broad and anti-sectarian. The lecturer spoke of Fenelon, the good Roman Catholic bishop, as wor thy to bo ranked in saiutship with Wesley. He quoted approvingly from Chauning, the great apostle of Unitarianism, and from Whittier, the Quaker Poet (By the way, his ren dition of tho passage from Whittier was a fine elocutionary success). It is clear that he recognizes no theo logical or sectarian straight-j icket, ami his influence , must bo moit wholesome in his own as well as other, denomination. II ty we have more such speakers to awake the sluiuberers on the Hill. . Science Hall. Sciescb Hall. Tex.. Ang. 1 1. lRfr.. En. Fbm Fkes : The cotton crop is cnt shoit by the drouth. The fanners who wcro elatod by the bright proict A few eeks t;n, a'e now preparing to meet the hardship of Adversity. We are sorry to see that yon have dv r tel your papT for NV'P' n'' d. t ided to n-tiie froni the l.ine. fi.rwe hardly know wh.tVrtbe old ve-el would 1 wife m;d th ttmpesu v-1 tUTnoils of iif" Ooti without Isnne H. Julian at t'je h-Aji. Mn W. C. Andf-w hvs cone t- r.an oris after byrdf-.uter. M m Biancha. y.r. Mttcmi Crjn'.rr b j 1st return from viit Vt friends st Hi. to. A prert many from or tommra.ty st-t-nd t cTUvcting st I'll I:'ck CLir.-h In! Rtjndv. Mr. L W. i'nokA is bu'llias dwt'h-ig i o-i t-ii.lr-. U r o.-'-np'-1 i' ri. i rr- ner ihn liaa trn lh -iixl at - 'n -t H;L Mr J W. TranVa i al In'.ll-n h m a d'. inc knur. Mr. H n. N'-lT ' rxtri-e hi J-bn (rn-.ai.Mn 'At nfri a f.r ; rh-t "-i "" ' drn'"! Mr. I- W. Fr Jr . t w.t-1 Mrs r. a. Pf--' j; PERSONAL. So fnra a have beard, the L'k are ro covering, Mr. Juhlid Wan! was Aiuoug the rest of the b'hoy nt tUlvwttou, Mr. Irion, of the r.-!ni rprewi Co , spent some time here rovrntly. Mr. F. E. Leam And dpt. K.do, of Eugle Pass, ro vUitiug At this place. Mr. II. H liomsr has mturuxd from a sojniicn of some mouths at hU old home lu T imessoo. We welcome "Bessie Smith" ngain to to the hospitality of our oolumus, Afiur A too loug silence. Mr. Tnvlor. Into from Kaunas. Is b.lildina A residence ou ths IVguos loU lutely pur- chased by him. , Mr. And Mrs, J. V. Hutobins reAched home hut night. Their daughter remalus North At school. rr TUldwiu. of Sam Hmistou Normal In- stituU. will begin a course of work in the Assembly aext week. Cnl I. T. Jarrard. of Hnutsville, lias pnr- chased A lot ou the Assembly grounds, aud will build A cottage iu tbe spring. Prof. Williams has removed to Lis new home in this vioinity. He says they flud it delightfully cool aud improving. Mr. J M. Mslone. of Lampasas, Is visit- ing at this place. Hor little grauddanghter, the child of ueo. X. juiuoue, is wiw uur. Mr. Butler Jack, Gen. See. of the Gal veston Y. M. O. A., aud wife are tejullng ou the Hill, aud will rcmaiu through the session. Miss Jnnnle Fry having passed the best oxuruiuation, goes as a studeut to Ham Houston State Normal Iustitute. Quito creditable to her. The sermon of Rev. Mr. Mclntire, of Austin, ou the Hill, Sunday morning, was one of quite nuusual interest, ana was a strong plea in behalf of Christian Spirit ualism. MY Ttobert Petit, recently returned from a sojourn at Lampasas Springs, kindly re membered the r ree I'BEss in me why ui sample bottles of those famous waters. Thanks. Rev. A. A. Brown and family are so journing in a house which he owns hero hi tho mountains, his church (at Begum) haviug Rrauted him a short furlough. Glad to see them with us. . We were glad to meet and greet, on Tuesday, our always agreeable young friend, Miss Nollie Evans, of Davenport. She is spendiug some time in ntteuduuco at our Summer Institute, eto, Mrs. Crawford, of Galveston, who with a portion of her family aro boarding at Mrs. Fry's, went home to attend the festivities, tnkiniT Miss Fannie Frv with her. A vory interesting and improving experianco for her. Miss Willie Barbee, Mrs. Clardy's youth ful and attractive co-adjutor iu temperance i.-ir nt. tin'a nlnce. has returned to San Autonio, where she is visiting her sister, Mm. T.Bwia. Miss B. is from Tennessee, but it is hoped may become a resident of Texas. Miss Bottio Hale, whose death at Knrr ville a few days since was recorded iu the dailv tinners, we hear was a relative of tho Mnrcbinon family, and known at this place. She was riding the horse ran away, tho saddle-girth broke, and she was thrown with fatal results. Mr. Knowles, wife nnd danght?r, of Dal Ins, are spending some time among us. They ar nctive workers in connection with tbe W. U. 1. u. imnKincj, i-i"" Nollie, has considerable reputation as an elo cutionist, and we trust arrangements may be made to " give her a hearing" dunug her stay. Mr. MoshT informs us that he is build ing a miil and gin house for Maj. Converse, of Suns-et railroad fame, at the old Btig'ey mill stand, which Maj. C. now owns. The building is 46x28 feet, with a shed-room 14x10, all to bo completed by Sept. 1. It is to be hoped Mnj. Converse's interest and acquaintance here may lead him to think fa vorably of the proposed Luling tap; Mrs. Clardy remained here for about a week in her tomporance worn, leavinp Tuesdav evoniucr. She . was present at Rome meetings of the branch of the Union here, and no doubt did effective work in building up and strengthening it. The ,noimn nn Tuesdav eveninB at tho Meth- n lixt church was attended by about 30 of our leading ladies, and was of great interest. It was addressed by Mrs. Clardy and Mr. Knowles. The good cause is man ifestly gaining ground fast at this place. W hnd not exneutod to have so soon to anuounoe that our friend. Col. Sledge, had "gone to Congress," but 'tis even so. Yes, i,b fa anrnn-Uv a member, duly commissioned ft-id qualified of the National Congress of inh is to convene on the 2i.th inst. at St. Paul, Minn. His "credentials" . dnlv BBTtififld bv Gov. Ireland, and he l,ne emus to the field of duty. This body will have most important questions under consideration, and Col. Sledge is just the mau to represent this district creditably to his constituents and to nimseu.- The Beacon is made up of tho voluntary contributions of the frieuds of our Summer Institute. The Fbee Press contributed the articles in yesterday's Beacon on " A Cty Park for Snn Marcos", and "Shade for Our Assembly Hill". Wondir if the vigilant Cresset will thereupon again charge lis with misappropriating matter from the Beacon ? Both the Senatorial and Representative conventions are called to moot at this place on the 1st of Sopt? nlnr. ffatfludalft. Mabttn-dale, Aug. 10, 1985. Ei. Feee Pntss: Onr village continues to improve, and the indications are that it will become quite a respectable little town. Mr. J. Pettv has bonaht A lot and is bu'ldiug a neat residence on it. Dr. Porch is preparing to enlarge bis bus iness house. 0-h".r minor iarcproveramts are go:n on. Comparatively speaking, there hu been no idckueFis in onr viIIsko during tho pres ent year, and there nerd l none if attcu lion' is n'd to sanitary m ittBrs. Mr. R. Barrow and family have returned here from Trown connty. They expect lo stt!e in this n i;hborhood. Mrs W. Crn-ik h returned from Colors do. nl iaclcrVmi; for Mill ft H.1I. Mr. W. Kiyor ami I inuir, irom rc h-t on a vUX Mr. r. Cninlt and rh ldn-n arriveJ b-re Fatnrtxv fm.n Paint Rock. I Two intretintj ynnnc Mr. Mi Mnlti j GnT.Ir;l.in l lll iue 1 Ih f! Sontr. from Marc-, aol Mi K?'f !-:., rrorhmitvut for tie relief of famlr hv iu--t re rt-r. Mr. Irrrnin a-A tnr I fro-n trip t m'.t nt ; nyi r h t!i ! hV W r iufwn' ISt tSr UI Uo'd -rir nn "14x.-. ail n- AtnM i UV t intT-tir.(t twn. r.y , ., .-, - - i -r,n t - rhri-i an Cbb' .y x4nr. tit . Mr. : i-t:i ' 1 E rV-r I i M ,nwt. M"". ?' har pinbel tj- t .: f-"t t:. M. i T ' ri !--!. -' Ti.f r.--- " ' ' r Tii A vjt. SVMtti:U MtiHT, Oh. snimiiKr iiLutl thy slrfhlnsj bids llnwthe soft and low tu mnu; I'miii whose quiet bum now Ar biuuel ine sonuus ui "u '" Like gems, the hll- whikdy glciu, Ituiuslti the iiionulliilit s mtuuii:ow Ulla hero ami tin-', like elnh kprilis, Tho flitltug sliadowM coma uu 1 go. The dews tlmt shine pn thy brt.vit, Itctlect tho heaven's starry light; Whoso crown proclaim tlieo ipiwu of earth, Dh. thou tii hautlng smuinir uu.m; Oh, summer night, you bring to nie, Bright ilreain of fidrer sceues than Uiese, And myslio somids fnnu other tipherw .1.1.... i A ... Are oorua ou every i,;uiiik wiwwi. I ople every twinkling star , With Augal forms lu Kpotless white, Aud fauoy every dewy drop To be some fuiry s puuoe origin. Thy soothing calm is but the typo Of rest upou the oilier snore: When cares and griefs Are ever pAnt, Aud sorrows troublo never more, San Marcos. Bwsiit Surra. Voinocratlo Plat form. Adopted At Galveston, August, 188(1: The democratic- party of Toxaa hereby declare tha follow lug platform of princi ple: I. We, tho democrats of Toxas, Bxpress our hoarty Aatistaction with the Admiuistra tionofour distinguished president, Hon. G rover Clovolaud. and testify our ooufldouce iu his ability, purity and integrity . a. We pledge ourselves mi me onrmui publio expenditures shall be conflued with in the current revenue. 3. We recommend the submission to pop. ulor vole of An Appropriate Amendment to ihn hidiuiarv srtiolo of our constitution, so as to socuro the efficient aud prompt Admin istration law. 4. We favor tho bet system of education for the while oud colorod children in eopA rate common s.:liools, which may be pro vided by lilieral, and without excessive tax ation. Wo believe that education ot child ren is a matter of state right and duty, aud that the congross of the United mates nav no right to appropriate monoy to 'its Aid. We congratulate tne people or lexaB upon the suooessfnl establishment of a state uni- vertity, and we rocomiuend the enaotnionl of legislation to remove the same as far as possible from all political mlluouce, and that itB properties aud revenue shall bo strictly gnardod. increased and fostered, bo far as it can bo done without taxation upon tho people. 5, We boliove that tho true policy of the Btftt.n with rosnoct to hor nublio lands, is to provide for thoir salo in traots of reasonable size, with retoronoe to inoir qimiuy uu uso, at fair prices and upon long credit, to bonntldo settlers for homestead purposes. We favor such a classification of school, university auJ asylum hinds ai may permit the unconditional leasing, for short teuia, of the lauds only tit for grazing, and that the remainder may be leased temporarily and entirely, subject to the right of ths state to sell to actual und bouatido settlors. and to these ends we favor the enactment of laws to coionel the removal of trespass era and fres grusscrs from tho publio lands and to force tho payment of rent for their use, aud to fix absolute rental prices of the lands to bo leased. There should be such legislation as will make it practicable to en force all laws intended to prevent the illognl use of the school or other nublio lunds of tlm Rtftin. C. Wo pledge ourselves to enoourago ana foster all works of internal improvement and tho development of the manufacturing iutoresti of tho stato. 7. We'denounce unlawful inteiToreuoo or ininrv to corporate property, and corporate rights as equally intolerable as is snch inter ference, r with injury to tne riguis oi en -zouh, and wlvle we rocognlzo the hih ojli cnlion of the- democratic party to control and subordinate nil publio corporations to tho general Rood, we pledge ourselves to enact and enforce all laws that may bo nec essary to protect their property from every danger, from whatever souroa the same may come. 8 The democratic party looks with ap prehension upon the fact that foreign rail way corpora'ions have aequirod control of the railways of Texas, iu violation of tho nrovisions of the constitution, and protest against tho methods by which they nre be ing operated, wo pieage ou-seives io pins. laws to correct al.uses and prevent unjust discriminations; to compel all railways do ing business in the stnta to maintain an of fice iu the state, in compliance with section 3, articlo 10 of tho constitution; and wo plodce ouruelves to secure by law the right of the state to iuspeot all books belonging or appertaining to the organization, operation and business of the railways of Toxas. We protest against tho consolidation of pnrnllol and competing lines in the state, ond plodgo ourselves that tho laws shall be passed and enforced to correct this evil. We pledge oursolvos to pasB general laws forfeiting to tho stute all lands heretofore grnntod to railway corporations, whero such corpora tions, where such corporations have fuilcd to comply with the terms of their charters or have failed in good faith to ulieunto thair lauds witbiu tho period fixed by law.- i). We believe that stockholders iu private corporations should be held liable to pay tho debts of the corporation to amount due on their stock nrd nil additional amount equal to the stock owned by them, nnd that the legislature Him II regulate ana nx tne terms upon which private corporations may do business in this state, and that laws shall be passed prohibiting corporations not chartered by the laws of this state from buying or leasing the publio lands of this stste or any of the school, university or as ylum kinds. 10. We believe that the existing law of our state for the protection of mechanics and laborers by lien should bo comprehen sive and efficient, to the and that the real laborer may be thoroughly protected. 11. We declare that all tlato convicts should be confined within the walls of the penitentiary, and that it is the duty of the iegiblatnrc to provide penitentiaries suffici ent for thi purpose. We are also in favor of a reform school or house of correction for minor and female convh ted of of fense, to the eud that they may I e sepa rated from adult convicts of tho state. 12. We do Dot believe that th vi-iw of sny citizen upon the questi m of Io-al op tion should in terfi re with his standing iu the democratic party, 'id we declsro the question to hfi oiw ou which every iV-iw rat may indu'ua his own views without f.ffcct injj hi democracy. 13. Tho dcnwTsUi of TixaJ declare t'ust it is the duly of the cenTid noverntnit to protect nd defend lh-5 fcunib'st America!) citizen i.!ni.t the unlawful sct of ny and j all tuitiorf. and that dpe-.mvn action :n mnudiia in?emnitT f'r toe rit and exist- , it,a hn,i wmriiT in will mort with th nu.jutl:t--l ... . nv, of Te. , the la'v sjj'port i4 tlie .lrou'.li mfl-rcr : - ! W!.. rts it Lis Lh n tna Je tnowi ! to nr? t tilt on ao'iit cf tho urpre-, of Ilri-vn. Ot'tmin, Ctla'in. HU-nd. IVlo Tinlo, S!t? ?-; 'i. q rir.T r1i'-n it.d oil. .-i f .rnii-s :.rr "T.jr"': : '. tlipr-f r-. L J 'ir. !.-?' i cofcCV-rt'.r raJ! Wi , -r aii r.s t- r-'-n'.t :r.f Uirrdi-ti--! f. f .r.l'nj sI'.'hiw' , X r..fn', t ji 1." err ', of t! m v- r?l co-)-.. '..f 11i W :, t.e ":. .f r r : :- t-ri ;u -. k ''' tit.' B. The OP SAN MARCOS. keep a Complete Stock of Fresh Groceries., stale "roods on our shelves. We sell MORE GOODS FOR THE MONEY Than any Other Houso in the City. Give us a call nnd you will he convinced that on. Low Prices wo ore the Leaders. piu'24 Am ft. Illif i ll,D Hove recently Come to tbo Front with a Full Line of Well Selected STAPLE 1 FANCY GROCERIES. , Our stock is always kept complete, and buying from first hands for cash enables us to sell at Rock Bottom Prices. .' ; . You will be surprised to find out how much in? on us and getting our prices. HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID TOR COUNTRY PI OflUUt, ;r7r"Z,7. nn mill h 0 OUT! JUthl. mun nlwlrT"', t"""8 "J" M mi 1 sioUa'i ptaMripUun lut Uiom lw buildluc up. ... .....I.. illikM miiiu. ItiUi ft niiwt Hry Pity- AX' TKS BESTTOiilC For t'enkno-s. 1 nf It iclinde, I.Ri Nl l iltTAl,, tat U not Imu -nek nt Knernv. ie. it. iias It II AN l M i;lll ""U " the lodv In.ii nj.KHclr. tnt u Kin mpunuMi jystein, Jltsorus Appetite, Ah! Xi'4tlon UdoMliotlilu-kffli or injure t!iolih, Muwlwa wll or pro! aeu coroitipnt ion i!i r It 0.1 wlir G. 11. BtNKT.M, s leading p'.iftlclaa ot t!prla(- 'iwi(i"!i'i-ilttri In tliimtirWy ro'l. ismlli s oino I umi It lu m.. ;n irUoo, nnil fiiitl Itii n tU'P I onls iU utl-.ir f.-rr'i 'f ir.ui. In ironUnw n, nr nlnw con Uitirni if Iho iy:,'.r:a, Brcrir Irnn 1IIM.TI. to ull p iUlr uocen-ify. It a all lht it ol.uud l It." Da W N. Wattws. 10111 Thirty-mooi"! KtrMt, Cw.nwtnwn. n. 0..n:: " Hrnwn' lrou Ifittom Is Urn 'r.'r.lo of thu nn. If.itliir hetttir. It rranU sppotiUi, sivn truuth mid Uuprovtn liigMtiou. Gennlno hiw abrre Trlds Mnrk nnd crnnMd red llnss on mapper. 'i'ko no other. Moounlby BUOW N CUEMitAL CU., llALTiaiOJili. tttt Cotton is beginning to conio iu more freely. The price for a fuir article is 8 ots. TKfc iJlil-Al ,rw euros filivtiif !,jm, KtursHMt f IVIl l..l'-ln'. r.'-Mi-flj., T.h..'n. .tu, Eiill i f. i, ,, r.O l.-i-.M.KU!,. nie UHi.si vniiKi i: .,'urnM Fiwo roti: Opl::t-:- SAFE. ,:,.ivUct ami Jolsoti. 0 PROMPT. 2Jr t.KW.luy Amy l-';.. .... M B.wiHtOlt fl. ESrUAY KOTIC2. Est raved by J. R. Burleson, tho follow ing Htock, to-wit: One brown more 7 yean old. 1 1 hands hich bnmd A cm left thifih. nind A cm leu, iiiiu. Uy mnrn 4 year old, 13V lmnds high TUT (7 and U counoctud; oa left One I brond Khnulftnr. Oua bay in-iro 3 vrrs old, brand 711 (mnnectetr) on lift chonMrr. tmy mnro i i nanus uiga, wj, brand X ou left thigh . Z One sorrel, inn year old fiily, no brand, ono hip kuo.-k"d clown. Otio hnrrel p ::y or 7 ycura old, 11 banda Lik1, braud on lft shoiil'liT an' O on loft hip,' JO viilo.! at ;0.U . Witnc mj lAuJ Annua 1", 1 f. Jxn. (I. Urr.LEo. An ,123 C'l'.rk C. O. H. Co, KS'IUAV KOTH'E. Hatred by H. T. Ki.-r. Kck. 4. ! . ftwinct So. 5. ny :r.'Jori) n o:d, II b vmU b.h. brer - i en 'A hip. One yc-ri'n3 mare fi'.t d irk iron km?, no brau 1, npj.tin. 1 t .V-irhanlAniruM S. ! j. a. i.rtw. cy-ik c.c.HivaCo. Ttr ' ll,wi!-in Kir. s em.aU.rpcf tvoU'je tc vr-tli improTrni.nt". Jb, .,;u- tv'l Jr. or :,!. p- r. i-. t .-r :. w n r a i ; I C. 17 f OLD XEWSP.IVLVX r. v Fcr.- me WVm feJ LI II B 1- 1 K.1 IT J H 9 '&?&!.i rtm t TRADE V& MftflX. F. BLOUNT & CO., Cash Grocers The Leading Grocery found in The mod Buuamg jvonn oj ruouo E. S. Mackin, ARCHITECT & BUILDER. OFFICE OYER NATIONAL HANK SAN MA11COS. SHOP in the renr of Johnson Johnson's, 5-iTAuHtin Mmo for snlo. nialOCui. S. B. M'BRIDE, A TTOKXm ATZfi If, CiTLnnd nnd ColloctinR Agent Oftlca ovnr Orcou's Hunk, San Mar cos. Jiy22 L. B. KILLIAN, 6A3H STAPLE AND FANCY GROCER AT Next Door First National Bank- CtTOnll nud cot our pricos. ftulO MU I V. ' A Now Stock of Just rccciv'oil direct from Man ufacturers at Prices and on terms to suit everybody. WIJ,L TItADE AN ORGAN FOK COWB Oil IIOltKIiS. Call nnd hog tho foods and get prices. All kinds of Organs TUNED AND REPAIHE9, Satisfaction Guaranteed. S. P. CIIASTAIN. Cofliiild Place, Sun MnrcoB, Texas. npr ICtf. 7? vo Oa T.I rU! i e.V. III! Tim p. nndexverience have dntted the following , facts bvfond contradiction: ' . . . '. . t 1 I 2 hut Houston is tne nenr lest aud best Market for the I purchase of Groceries and I the sale of Coton That Houston heing S0 I Ttilno nil'. fv C.ll Sll t.tllt'T atUJ (Att , r iO "j C41H Set IVJ tlll'tlt prOlllptlJ a t ICSS Cl''CIISC, UlU ((jfff it. T'" tllOS U'hohaje giVCll Houston a pnr trial during one whole 6 " son invaiia- Ij.'t fcmiin Houston's Cus- l,lincrs evcr a 1 CriVd rds. ' t CO II of (r JOU all Of Jlontto't's inducements ami son"' f'j my own ucsias. i WM. D. CELVEL AND, T anleaal Orarnaii Wt". Tartar. H5U5TON. : t- No House you win gain Dy can- Square. mar29 3m Peter Seuberth T Also cuts Ladios' , .- SACQUES & RIDING HABIT?. Work'Guaraatesd. CiTHhop overOreou Jk Martin's. JulOtf ED. J. L. OREEN, J. W.HEUNDON, VIOS PltEST. PBEHT. First National Bank OI'NAl Itl41tCO. Capital Stock Paid Up, - $ 50,000. Authorized. Capital, - - 100,000.. A General flnuklnif Buduut. Calleotlons mail on all socmallil" poinli. Aooounn of MarcbauU, Farmori, . BtocKman sud olbora lollolttd. , T)(KKCT0HS. . W. BtaiinoK. ' Ja. O. Bcu-sio. Hamkitt Haanr. iu Vaios. Eo. i. h. Has. JlvWr THS WHITE SewingMachin e la ackuow lodged to t lb. IlKtieat running and brat on thn market, 11 will be delivered to purobatera lnH.vi. GaudaliiD Cldolt, Klanoo and Mans' Ouuntlea, Addrota, BASIL DAILRY, Oen'l Agent, 1a Kasooa, Tux, novlOly VALUABLE FARM For Sale. On York's Creek, in Oiiudiiluno county. Thoro arc on the promises a good dwelling hotwo, throe houses for rentcr, nnd three cisterns, 110 acres in cultivation. Frio. '20 per aero. A raro cbnnco. , M. P. Andeiihon. Post Office address, Staple's Store, Gund, alupo county, Texas. sup!i41y. st.ontd"Totel; MAIN 1'LAZA, SAN ANTONIO TEXAS. 50andU2 For I)ny. PS1HEAS P. LOUNSBEHY, -V riiOPlUETOlt. - . reoph&lop at the St. Leonard Hotdin San Antonio, because it if the lest furnished cleanest kept and sets the best table of any 12., hotel in tha State. Stockmen and their families trill find themselves at home at the St. Leonard. Cars and stages jniss the door DR. L. A TREXLER, 'Manager. . J. M. RASBERHY ' Dcnlor in Fll UITS, CON FEOTK )NKR V, HOMEMADE CANDIES, ETC., ETC., San Marcos, Texas. South Siilo Plaza, at Expftmi oHife. Y. H. ROBBlW, THE 0LI Itr.l.IAHLK JEWELER, -)ajrf- O I? T I C I-A- 1ST . CLOCKS, WATCHES. JEWEL HY, SILYEKVAEE. FANCY OWDSAND NOTIONS. KinK or r.,r mil. .1 o ',$ term n'rj c. r;T'A h '-r-l a'l vrk to fj'.re .'; '.i ii" ': wfiri r-fi'H't. !. t r A.l t--T ;' i if tV'wtr :! r.-; j r-:Ti.t '--'.r ir. T- t. At Ay V.