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Free Press. BAN MAROOB, THXAB. THURSDAY OCTOBER 21. 1886. HOME NEWS. ARRIVAL OF TASSESGER TRAIN'S. THAWS PABS BAN MABOO AS FOLLOWS I MAIL- MAIL. OolnnHouth i 8:40 A. M. and 8:40 P. M OoliiK North i 810 A. M. aud 0:03 P. M (Persons not subscribe who may at any tluio receive copies of the FnEtl .' ..i 1 . J .1... 41....' (raKSS, will piense uuuurnutuu niu ."v nre sent simply an sauipleB, in the hope! thut the parties addressed may like it well enough to favor us with thuir subsorip tiuns. Two Copies for $3 50. Inasnmoh as many persons dosire to send oopios abroad, aud by way of encourage ment so to do, we offer two copies or Uie Fuu Pbess at $3 60-caKb. in advauoe. Importod cider at Caudy Faotory. TJaoon aud lard at MoAlubtu's. Fresh oysters at Candy Faotory. Baoon at ton cents at D. F. Blount & Co. New line of jorsoys, latest style, just re ceived, at O. XXLVUlt. New goods received daily at G. O. Reed & Go's. Country produoe bought and sold by B. F. Blount & Co. Fine line low at new crop cftOnod goods very Habdx & Co'b. A good stock of dry goods just received n n T m L rrt'u Sweet cider on ioe two schooners for cents, at Coppio's. Salt at $1 45 per sack, at Blodnt & Co's. A new line bed-room, parlor and hall car- netina lUBt received by J. W. .Nance uro. " . Breakfast baoon and sugar-oured hams at B. 1 . blodnt k vjo. A full line of ladies trimmed and un trimmed hats just in. Dailey & Bbo., Mrs. Bell, Manager. Just received carload of first class patent flour at reduced prices to suit tne times at UJAlfl w WW a, Klnunt A Co. are still at the front, not- withstuuding the dull times. Fnwh California cranes every day, at 10 cents per pound, at Coppio's west side pub lio square. " Mv line of Now Markets for ladios, mis- Bnn Ann children is complete and" I will not be undersold. J- S. Killian. The reduced prioes of eoods will more than make the difference caused by short ness of crops, at G. C Eeed & Oo s. For sale ot a bargain, if sold soon, a fll.idlrftrinor Piano. Call at Cuastuin K Knight's musio store, East Side Plaza. Full line all grades of sugars just recoived and offered at rock-bottom prices, at Habdy fc Co's. Sugar drips, the best syrup, "the nectar that Jupiter sips," wont compare with it. B F. Blodnt & Co. Wabranty Deeps for sale at tho Fbee Pbess office. Geo. W. Kuigbt, Plaza, Sau Marcos. Jeweler, east side the A beautiful line of crockery ware, at half usual prices, just received at B. F. Blodnt & Co's. Just receiyed from headquarters the finest assortment of pipes in ban JUareos. Uabdx & Co. Gents'., ladies', misses' aud children s shoes; all grades, all prices, at J. S. Kil uan's. He keeps the buttons on. oct7t4 Just received, one car of Jackson Wagons ir,A nnn onr of steel nails, offered at lowest prices. Wm. Gieben, Agent. Free delivery of goods to any part of the 0ity. S. F. MoAllisteu. r.unp MORTGAGES at the Fbee Pbess Office. . ' Blount fc Co. are full to overflowing of ,.i,mpA annnnnabla family groceries, which they will see as cheap as the cheapest. Our fall stock is now comptete In all its dopartments. Persons desiring to purchase are invited to call and learn prices. Prepare to be astonished ! Haboy & Co. t am in rencint of a carload of the cele brated Newton Wagous, second to nouo in the market, and offer the same at low prices and lileral terms. Also received a car of Belmont steel noils. Wm. Giesen, Agent Coppio's is the place to get your fresh fruits, candies, and groceries generally very cheap. His famous sweet cidor still on tap. You will receive prompt and polite attention. Give him a call. . No use in buying common flour when you can get Stannard'a Boyal Patent. Order 0f B. F. Blodnt Co. Mr W. H. Baker, of Lockhart, has pur chased Mr. K. 8. Williams' interest in the firm of Chapman Williams in San, Mar cos, and we are prepared to furnwh with neatness and dispatch from now until tne 20th of December our best cabinet photo graphs at greatly reduced rates. Yours aincerely. Chapmax A Bakko. . Wanted FROM SAN .o . . . . lull ham tl irrl'e i mm; Iom at Mi m. nd S:iS p. m. MalU Croa Sn Aiitonl rri t S:40 a- 4VuS . m i eloM is:l. ! i SS . . Inline. rrtTMSt lM.. ! 1:6- P-M-AbOTaitlU rrtrn4 4rpmn lly. Illue. rl Wihrlf apruTlT Frldtr t A. M. Arrive Moadtr Ir4 at t r. m. IRI BOCM. Aaral D.IIWT rrua S A. , U II . 1 P. .! P. M rmetpi 4Hnf lrttt U h4 m r aw mottitj. Op Inlan ihlrtr )' artcr tflMrlbaltaa cm .k. pH,p "-HA tTHowrr Ptrctc wi Ct.rrt mrrrj Bibkmifc, B. wkft Hirrt. Panr. n4a. ftrV4.lt'ctk. A.M. CL- f r T TT l f. M. riiiintl.-IK rr.i. T.mm. mr.I PiAmI .1 t . t TrnTr miimj J ' Mflt.tTftl l V t- it f ' T. All - tt- riTrTT nm',.T.. t. Yf. wrtw w , -V ' mi-mi fMAif h-VI rnl . irTT r-vve tw r ' rry '. ! !- ThU-f s"k. firnr. We welcome Lauk our Mortiudalo oorrea). noniluut See card of Moat M&rkot of . M. Blrop. on. Try aim. Tbt Dnuil of Ilopa oelebrutioo has bxs indefinitely postponed. The fayor of our old friend 0. and ,4Ob- server" were crowded out by election lust- ten, but will appear in our next. The buIoodb keep their front doon open i now on Diinunr, dui wnuuK " " , Uw proUibIt!ng lt. now on Sunday, not seeming to know A Farmers' Allianoe has lust been organ Ized at Hiali Prairie with 11 members and some 25 or SO applications for membership. An alarm of fire was sounded on Thurs day evening, oauslna some excitement, but nroved to be onlv a nlle of burnlna bruuh I w m Mr. W. L. Steele has become a resident of this olaee. end. as will be seen, Is announced as a candidate lor cousuuie in mis prouiuui, ... . i . tl. iJiL! l. Dame Rumor says there will be soveroJ marriages in this vicinity before many weeks. We have a flue line of wedding in yita lions. The W. 0. T. U., of this place had an all day prayer meeting in the Christian church on Saturday, pursuant to the oall of president of the National W. C. T. U. the In the Public Sohool, on Friday evening, the medals were presented o the winners hr Prof. Williams. These medals should have been presented ore this, but were de layed at the factory. A larce political meeting was held a few miles out in the country on Friday night, almost draining the town of its male popu lation. The meetincc was under the aus- pioes of the colored element. The water in the reservoir is now unfit for drinking purposes. It has a yery disa greeable smell and is not pleasant to taste. Those families depending on it the for water are in a bad fix indeed. It would seem that the Chautauqua grounds are loft to toko care of themsolvos, and that some inlurv and loss to the prop erty have resulted. This state of things should not continue, if it can be helped. and the law should be enforoed against trespassers. We have, quite unintentionally, been mUs In not sooner notioind the enlargement nnA imiirovoment of the Blonoo News. It is flow an eicht column paper. The pub lidhftrs. however, we feel sure will soon rea lize that they make a mistake in putting the price of such a paper at $1.50 per year And still oar City Council is letting the subject of a walk for the ohildren of the Publio School go by default. It is true it in nnt nnadad this fine weather, but that nnnot he cxnected to last the terrible muddy period is bound to follow, and wnat then? Do the oily dads propose to adopt the philosophy of the Arkansow man about repairing tne root or nis nouser One of the best family papers within our knowledge is "The American Rural Home," ot Rochester, New York. It is a large eifiht nurs. oloselv rjriuted paper, full of mtorest- innr nmttor "in nil its departments. The price is only $1, a year, and a dollar prom ium goes to each subscriber. How it eon Via Afforded at such rate is more than we cau understand. Address as above. We invite the attention of political circles to the announcement of Dr. Morns, oi W iuiberlev. as an independant aemocratio candidate for Representative. Tho Doctor, while he in a practicing physician, is also a renreuontative of the agricultural class. He says he is a life-long democrat, but may of course, expect now to be ''read out" for not abiding uy ino uoniocruuu uuuunnuuu. En. Fbee Pbess: I have boen muoh im pressed with the importance of the city nwninc? the water works many cogent rea sons have already boen assigned by the press nf tlia nitv. The authorities, so tar as A can lflnm hare taken no steps to secure this imnnrtnnt franchise to the people. Will the corporate authorities look into the mat ter at once and either buy the wator works or "give a reason for the faith that is in them" for declining to do so. Citizen. Purify your blood, tone up the system, and regulate the digestive organs by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. Sold by all druggists. Our enterprising and whole-souled fellow citizen, Mr, Coppio, dealer in choice fruits, etc, west side, is determined to lead in the low prices of standard articles in bis line. Call and see. Martlndale. Mabtindale, Oct. 18, 18S6. Ed. Fbeb Pbess: The silence of your correspondent is attributable to two causes: Sickness and absence from the village. Quite a number oi changes have taken place in Martindale of late. Some buildinjj has been done, the most extensive is Dr. Petty's large barn. Mr..O. McQueen has opened up a crock ery store. . A good deal of the mercantile business ot this place is changing hands. Dr. Porch has sold out to Mr. J. S. Killian; Hill AUiil have sold to Mr, W. D. Crunk. We under stand that Mr. G. Taylor expects to pur chase Mr. Shinn's farm in this vicinity. Educational facilities seem to be on the increase. Prof. Dominic, assisted by Miss Mamie Bishop, has an interesting school of 62 students. The attendance is expected to increase largely aa soon as the cotton pick ing senson is over. From all we can learn the school exhibits excellent educational and governmental handling. A supply of bandbome desks have just been received. Mi Daisy Alien has a small musio clas. Wo hope it w ill increase as she is a deserv ing aud accomplished young lady. Mr. Dickey is teaching Spanish to a class at night. The Farmers' Alliance, recently organ ized here, consists of 30 members. CoL W. H. Barges, candidate for State - address the people Here tne V 5 "f his friends have ex- pr PT -v -V PiJT IT ISTHB BEST MAPI. Tn the "World, IW SCTT1S1 WW. HKLF-THtlrAblXa SRrTTI.t. ArrOTlC WISt EB. so 05LT r xrt EBaotDiatB KE PLUS ULTRA. Do not bj any -ctber before trj irg the White. r A..ETTS WAT "B v. Httfa. 0 't ni Parts lor all XscMnw. - - Bl'IL PILET. .SAN MAIICOS. ti:xas. -4 Lm Cmiinw- mf f t THE EARTHQUAKE has been abandoned by Wiggins, and DAILEY & BRO., desiring to give np their Clothing Department, will Bell their entire stock of CLOTIIINO at and below COST uutil disposed of. They bare some an $27.50 SUITS THAT YOU CAN BUY FOR $15.00 018.00 Suits For $12.00, end bo on down to the Choapost Suits. vntTTWS ATsriD BOYS SUITS raojNa t$3 SO TO 7 BO, Worth double tho money. Be euro and call early. oct7tf DAILEY & BRO. That School Table. Judge Kone, in the Cresset, complains bocause w corrected bis alleged table of nhnnl Aommunltles so aa to show the real faota. As first published in the Cresset, waokB aluoe. the tablo was entitled "Our Publio Schools," and was prefaced by the following explanatory clause t xm, fniinwlnn are the names and nnra Kntsi nt thx mihaol communities as organized n llnv. oountv for tho present seholastio year, the names or uie iruauw. " .nknl ni1 the amount that each school is oredited with, Including the balances from lost year;" Under the above clause Judge Kone pro ceeded with his table, which was all regular with the exceptions notod in our last, vi that he classed the Ban Marcos ruuuo Sohool incorrectly as a "oommunlty", num bered it as moh, and put it last on tno list with only $160 as ita allotment of publio money, instead of $1711 the oorreot amount. To whioh we now aaa atn mo San Maroos Colored school is a part of our City Free Bohool, and was also Incorreotly included and numbered as "oommunlty" in Judge Kone's table. Now when in addi tion to these blunders we find him desig nating the community of scattering country patrons, organized and residing outside the corporation, iu order to send to Coronal Institute, as "San Marcos School, white," with an apportionment of $270, and "San nr..n, with 325 allotted to it lUU'Wiq ww-, .n inxnrrnnt (lpmtfufttion ot a "com munitv." and find the Sau Marcos City HMmni hrinMns no the rear as School Com' muuity No. 47, with only $160 of publio money, what othor oonolusion oould au or dinary roador arrivo at but that our city school is altogether tho most insignificant in the oounty. insteaa oi smuuiug, u. iu numbers and revenue, away up bsaC? 1-.r.A nra nrA tak nff the JUrtfZO'B OWn BllOW- ., t th tahlo. He savs now he tntenOett thin that and the other, but his table as he nnhKatind it. admits onlv of one oonstruo- tinn and that is the one we have given it r PaHnrunn of course is not to blame, as as he was merely the clerK or juage none in making out the table. Mr. TVorley Withdraws. Ed. Fbee Pbess: Thanking my friends for their earnest efforts in my behalf, I withdraw my name from tno ooniesi lor mo office of Sheriff. jtespeciiuuy, Oot. 19, 1886, X. iii. woirai. Notice to Siib-Alllnnccs In Hays County. Ed. Fbeb Pbess: Having 6een an an nouncement in the Fbeb Pbess that there ;n finnntv Allianoe orcanized at Kyle on Saturday, Oct. 30th, I want to say to tho membors of tne Alliance uuu wore roady a Uounty Alliance organized in this county . The next regular meeting oi hhujo will be at Wiinberloy's Mill. Also there .rill v. a mHH.mfi8tinor of same on Satur day, Oot. 30, 1886, at 10 a. m., at Wimber- lev's Mill, at wmcn meeuuK " - ... -Li J 1)U... TM.llllUn are requeateo o nuouu. x this and oblige. xours truly, . JENNINGS, Assistant State Leoturer. Library Meetlugr. Bfitini? of the Sau Maroos Library and Beading Boom Association on last Fri day night the following business wbb dis posed of: The minutes of the previous meeting were read aud approved. The committee on by-laws reported, and the by laws adopted as a whole. Other commit tees were called but not ready to report. Mr. O. M. Hall was appointed by the chair to canvass for additional members. The Treasurer, Mr. Pettit, was instructed to mil nnt nil nnnaid dnes. On motion, the meeting then adjourned, subjeot to call of the president. The Anarchists. Chxoaoo, Oit. 15. The future proceed ings in the case of the anarchists, sentenoed to be hanged Deo. 3, 1887, now promise to be more protracted and tedious than even thoso connected with tho case have hitherto thought. A reporter in a talk with Attor ney W. A. Fostor, of the defense, to-aay, learned tuat preparations ior me urguuicui hAfnrn the suDreme court are not being hastonod so as to occur before the date fixed for the execution. Mr. Foster said: "Onr stenographers are at work making a tran script of so much of the entire case as we need for our bill of exceptions." "You have no doubt, then, about a super sedeas being granted?" 'None whatever, it is never ruiuaeu iu important coses. Want to KnOT? What the Trouble is. the Trouble A Bnbscriber of the Hays Co., Times and also the Fbek Pbess wants to know what is the reason that one week they get the Fbee Pbesb then the next week they got tno Times, when both papers are weekly issues? This has been the case all summer with me. it the neglect of the editors or is it tne carelessness of the postoffioe? Last week no Fbee Pbess, week before no Times. If there is some one that is not able to pay for their paper please let them have one and keep the other all of the time, and oblige. We received the above through our post office a few days since, we conioss our inability to explain the singular state of facts set forth. We only know that we man the Fax Paxsa regularly every week with r- own hands, so the fault is not ours. Tis Memorial Service. Ofgation that gathered to witness ul services at the Methodist lunday morning waa the largest eka. It was with difficulty seats . , Jd be found for U large aasem " simplidty aod appropriateness u',c'oratioM were the remark of alL to t railing was draped la mooming, ns and lilies, significant of. aa one wnx taken aaid, bis purity of heart, He. JtwtOTer his accustomed I Sunday School bang a small por Call 4 dmrji. drmp.1 ra mourning, prjofmt ia chnrch was also dcortid v. cioarai'Mj, ttc. while in it L.1 i. worn completely thrr.i;h lUiiC"- A jara pirtiait Itt-S o er .frl4:ncrwc Ju!j t hLtt, lV-f. J;im Prit-b'U, V.ia nl etbf-n 1 !r-i tl tt. C'.arii a&d r.l fed c m ;i"prdii ak-tb. Ih'ir tJT ICi PERSONAL. Claude Ivy, now of San Antonio, epeut Sunday in our oity. Two members (Maj Bishop and wife) were rooelved in the Methodist church on Sunday morulug. Mr. Rows, of Dripping Springs, a can didate for County Treasurer, mad us a pleasant oall on Tuesday. Mrs. Borden, of Burnet, returned bom on Sunday morning after visit to ber Bon, Mr. J. (i. Borden, or this place. Mlsa Killian la hereafter to be on of tha clerks in J. 8. Killiau's store. A commen dable innovation in San Maroos. Mr. Ownbv. Jr.. baa returned .from an absence of several days attending a suit of bis against the railroad at Sherman. There was a pleasant young folks' party at the residence of Mrs. Killongh on Friday evening, tn whioh a considerable number participated. Our ex-Iowa frlonds, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Cbastain, have taken a very young native Texan miss as a permanent boarder. We congratulate them. Bishop Key, of Georgia, who was to have preaohed in the M. Hi. church on Tuesday evening, did not arrive on acoount of illness of his wife at Austin. Mr Kidd has opened a general produce and feed store in the old JLu r. JJailoy building. More anon. Our popular friond, Mr. Peel, is in charge. Mr. Runnels baa returned from bis visit to his old home, Bookville, Ind. He is enthusiastio oyer the hospitality and good living to be found in the Hoosier mate. Roger Byrne is taking subscriptions for rebuilding the Cathoho church, which was Drostrated by the storm some! time sinoe. About 200 it is estimated will make it as good as ever. Mr. W. K. Price, some days since, while working at his business of saddle and harness-making, had the misfortune to stick a needle into his hand, laying him up for about a week. We are glad to see him out again. Rev. H. O. Horton, presiding elder of San Marcos distriot, held the fourth quar terly meeting at the Methodist churoh on Saturday and Sunday. He also preaohed Sunday morning and administered the sac rament, besides holdiug love-feast in the afternoon. The audienoes were very large. OaryoungjfriondMr. JayE. Huntor made us a pleasant call last week. Olad to see him In improved health, As we reoently had occasion to mention, he has his shingle out in the Kampman building, San Antonio, as an attorney aud counsolur at law, having recently finished his studies at the Uuivers- ty of Virginia. An old man nnraod Fowzer, or Towzer, or something of the kind, about 55 years of ago, recently rau off with the seventeen year old daughter of the late jur. nan, a meuibor of the .Legislature from a district west of San Antonio. An old man named Fowzer was known about Kyle a few years since. Perhaps he is the same. . We received recently a letter from Mr. A. M. Young, some mention of which may interest his friends here. He is still at Sherman, and thinks his health has much improved. He also informed us that he had renounced his agnosticism and returned to the Christian faith. He says: "Like tho Prodigal Son I 'came to mysolf ' and carried my burden to Christ. Henoefortb and forever lama follower of Jesus, however unworthy. Would that I hod been always. He hoped to return to San Marcos goon. Fair Warning. Now is vour time to buy heatina stoves, Do not wait till the first "norther." You know what a time vou had last year. Come and examine our new stock. We take the stove to your house and put it up ready for ... V. l rt US0. Vr. TY, J-TONA1.BUM vu. Educational. Tho Publio Sohool in W. P. Owens' neighborhood on the Blanco will open on the 25th inst. It will be taught by the fair and vivacious Miss Bosa Lee McLaughlin, She came here from Bryan to attend the Normal Institute, and we are pleased to say has thus found a congenial position. We onght era this to have made a noto of the fact that onr friend Mrs. Kichaidson, wife of Professor E.. is teaching at ber home. Her pnpils will always have reason to congratulate themselves on their present privilege. The increasing nnmber of pupils at onr Citv Pnblio Schools has necesitated the renting of additional room, and the employ ment of anethor teacher. The house of J . C. Johnson, near the main school building has been rented, and Miss Nora Franklin, an experienced teacher, been put in charge. At our latest advices tne numner oi pupus hod reached 230. Coronal Institute, we aro pleased to learn, is progressing finely under its new adminis tration. There have been numerous so- oessious of pupils since the opening, and still they come. Miss Came Hart ia attending Mary nenry Institute. Rheumatism 0 Annht If there is. or can be. a speelOo remedy for rheumatism ; but thousands who have suffered its pains nave oeen grou efited br Hood's BarsaparHla. If yon haw tailed to find relief, try this great remedy. i wu afflicted with rheumatism twenty years. Frertons to 1881 1 found bo relief, but gmw vore. and at one Ume tu almoot help tesa. Bond's Sarsaparilla did me more good than all the other medicine I ever had." H. I. Balcch. Stlrley Village, Mass. " 1 bad rheumatism threo years, and got ao relief tin I took Hood's Barsaparnia. It ba dooe great things for me. I reeommend It to others." LiTriBraBAjr,BJd4etord.llB. Hood's BamparUl la eharaetertted by tares peculiarities t lit, the eambOkatiam of remedial agents; sd, tb yrrrportum; Kl. tho proeem of aecarmg tbm artivo Baedlcinal jnaUUe. Tae result Is a BMdtcia of aoasual strength, effecting evres bttheno nkaowav Bend Inr book eocUtatag nVlilioejJ erVJeneo. Hood's Baruparma Ki op WT nmfx-t any tlood. Bton-a",I T arr-.tB. r. i HUBLTBOX, ki-r. s.rr U DeeU. LoweiL Btata. Hood's RriirwiS all ftT. B lir'nuiinririlnr-" I. UaJuuXiTOH, uo tztvtt, H City. SoV Y.j aa drcryta. tl ; r.i t' ts. V CLtj ty C I U'-oa C, Msas. 103. Dosc3 Cna DoIIsr, Successors to Or. "W. Reed, Agt Have just recoiyoJ full and and complete stock of , DISY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, ILTIHI2N, ETC., ETC., Which they will soil at a lower price STAPLE Choaper than the cheapest We riaza. Uoods delivered Free in uty. HIGHEST PEICES PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE- Aoitr B. F. BLOUNT & CO., The Cash Grocers OP SAN MARCOS. We keep a Complete Stock of Fresh Groceries. stale goods on our shelves, MOEi Than any Other House in the City. Give us a call and you will be convinced that Low Prices we juu24 8m Have recently Come to the Front with a Full Lino of Well Selected STAPLE 1 FAHCY GROCERIES. Our stock is always kept complete, and buying from first hands or cash enables us to You will be surprised to find out how much you will gain by call- ng on us and getting our prices. mmm caSH Jterlf. Hardy Co., will be THE CESTTCIHC Htoodlea the Kerrea. Rnrleliea the Blood, UWoa New Vigor. Pa. J. L. Mniu, Fairfield, low, mat: - Brown'. Iron blttxra ia tho bnrt Iron nwMnsI hmr. known in mf m yoi' pimotica. I hT fouiul it oiU7 bwieHolal in Mrroui or pbrrip.1 xnii.tlon, and inil diUittli ilmnu lUt bear m hutilr oo the ayatem. Uaa it freely in mj own familf." MB. W. P. Bbowh. 687 Main Bt.. Oorlnirton, Kj.. anr "I waa eomulelaiy broken down in nealth and tr.ibUj with palne in my back. Brown Iroa SiUen entirely wwtored me to health." Oennine haa abore Trade Mark andemaed red lines wrapper. Take no other. Made only by HUVVVB CUKMKAi. 0OH 11 ALT1M OlUi, JbU. Music and Jewelry House! CHASTAiN & KNIGHT. We nre opening a full line of nAN0S(0ESAN3, MUSICAL GOOES A !fD JEWELEY. Musical Instrument of all Kinds Repaired, also Watobes, u looks ana .eweiry. Satisfaction guaranteed. Call and seo ns. East Side of the Flax. Sign of the Big Watch. SANUAES03, - - TEXAS. Mil tl Kotice Letting; of Poor Farm. Notion Is hereby giveu that bids will be received for tho letting of tho County Poor Farm for the year !Ho7 at tho November term of the Commiwionera' Court, begin ning November 8, lMb6. lit. U, riUBUDWK, Oct 14-2w. Clerk C. C. Hays Co. Printing! Printing;!! Wb are luat in rewipt of a fine lot of let ter and note bnada, bill hnada, cards and job stork of all kinds. All work promptly and satisfactorily dooo. Bend in your or der. For Sale. My rvle-w In Ran Marroa, constating of ro larva InU with imxorrarnXA. The whole will b -old togetb, or tL tots atp arately, to Bait pircbra. Call oo. or ad- dreas L C. laoorron. um 17tf mm lUrooa. FIRE 1XSUIUXCE.. If. C. DuiCer has accept ed lheAcnajcf several fir. :t class companies. Persons desiring ire insurance are invited to call and see him. oil! m mm Erorr strain or cold attack that weak back and nearly prostrates ion. infill! iii5i m 11 i-i t 121 Irl than ever bofore known in San Marcos. AND FANCY GROCERIES Mean Business. Come and see ns at G. i GOODS FOR THE MONEY are the Leaders. The Leading Grocery sell at Rock Bottom Prices. PRICE PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCEi fouud in The Wood Building North of Publio Square. ST. LEONARD HOTEL, MAIN PLAZA, SAN ANTONIO TEXAS. $1 60 and $2 Per Day. PHINEAS P. LOUNSBERY, Pi? OPBIETOR. Peoplestop at the St. Leonard Hotel in San Antonio, lecause it if the lest furnislied cleanest kept and sets the best taUe of any $2 hotel in the State. Stockmen and tJieir families will find themselves at home at the St. bconara. Cars and. stages pass the door DR. L. A TREXLEB. Manager. L. B. KILLIAN, cAsn STAPLE AND FANCY GROCER AT Next Door First National Bank- (70811 and got our prioes. aug!9 S. B. McBRIDE, T. W. CALDWELL, Att'y at Law, Land and Land Agent. Collecting Agent Ftl'BRIDE & CALDWELL. Att'r t Law, Land and Collecting Agents. Offioe over Oreen'B Bank, Ban Mar oos. Bcp'Jtf Isaac H. Julian, NOTARY PUBIJC, AKD GENERAL AGENT. SAN MAUCOS, - TEXAS. Latter ef laqalrr aocaipaalee y s IUa, far realy, will receive Brrapt atleeilea. UrJeOERHILLS (oBiaraix) Austin Harch works, SIT and 219 (ongreas Avenao, ATJSTIW. TEXAS. Import asd maksa, to order STATUES, BUSTS, MEDALIOXS, FLAnTEB CAS la, MAM LSJ Moooraeata, Tomb Stooos and Tableta. I is vita cotiTrieoai r4 prtcwa atd quality of gnnrlaarith aay kowae SB Use 8tatav Tha brew, ia aj arart tba chifmU E. B. USDERHHL, Prop'r. Forsoer rVaior aod faacir? rartaw caT the Vat trm ot I'bkV rhiU t Co. VANTEP--r. ae-r.tte fa 4 W at. w - l.rM cere imtm t' rieM. Belary ar e -m aa . lti ar. t-1 wax 1. A. WlLii tf A rt, Aee.a. Will also continue) to furnlsn Taylor uro a, oia suuiq, wu a. HEED a CO. No we sen on House. mar29 8m j. m. sirripsorj Keeps constantly on baud fat Beef, ', , Fork, and Kid. Also sausage and ' oanned beef. Markot, north side square, adjoining tho Harper building. Give him a call. OoUltf ED. J. L. GliEEN, J. W. HEBNDON, PBE8T. . ' VICE rBEST. , First National Bank OI'MAK MIHim Capital Stock Paid Up, -, $ 50,000. Authorized Capital, - 100,000. A General Baiikinf Butlnaai. Colleotisos Bad on all aoMMlble polnla. t . Aaoouni a of MeroliiDts, Farmers, Btockmen anq others tolieiled. DIKBCTOM. J. w. BaaHDos. Jas. O. Boixaaoa. Uibbbtt BaasT. Alt Pbios. Kd.J. L. (Jaaaa. Jly ly THE WHITE SewingMachine la aoinowledged U la the llgbatt rannlof aid bta ' a tba market. It will le delivered t parohaiars In Hajs, Oaodalupe 0Idwell. Blanco and Uaue Counties. Addraat, BASIL UA1LET. Oan'l aaent, sovlsly Maaoos, Tex, E. S. Mackin, ARCHITECT & BUILDER. OFFICE OYER NATIONAL BANK SAN MA11C30S. SHOP in tbe rear of Johnson k Johnson's, (aTAuHtin Lima for sale. tnalO 6m. THREE HUNDRED ACRES. 300 acres in Hays Co., lasting wa ter. Will sell tor fCOO, term easy. Basil Dailtt. V. H. RDBBIWS, THE OLD RELIABLE" WATCHMAKER JEWELER, - )a OPTICIAN, aad BeaUr ka all arwdea ef CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWIL EY, SILVEBWARE, FAXCY GOODS AUD NOTIONS. rorra mihi orm nut. A U evxvs ire muled et rryraf t- ,Mii vwt t gtre Batrwcc or j Cf AS ajranda arid as V if W.V wr ij PMSAT MABK1T.