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I. H. JULIAN, "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PEOPBIETOR. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY,. OCTOBER 13, 1887, NO. 43. VOL. XVI. Marcos San TO ADVERTISERS. The Free Press Recognized br Uo, r. Kowcll & Co., as Ahead as an AdvertUtiiir Medium. The well known' advertising agonoy of Geo.P.Rowell it Co.,of New York City .hove issued an annual Newspaper Directory for thirty yearn or more, aud thane publications have been generally reoognized ai authority m to the tuatttor of newnpaper circulation. In the regular issues of the Directory they have included all the newspapers publlHhod in the United Btutea aud Cuuodo. Quito recently, however, they have issued a eon. denied lint It gives only the bent, newspa per as advertising mediums, and hence is praotically better, because more convenient, than their larger Directory. Four-fifths of the newspapers of the Uuited States are practically "counted out" by intelligent ad vertisers, who only want to know the beet. Henee the value of the work under notice. The publishers in tho proface well say: "It sifts the wheat from tho chaff. It di--ecta the attention of an advertiser toward papers which he should and ought to use, and tends to Interoept a portion of that pa tronage whioh goes to -publications which cost grootly In excess of any power to bene fit whioh they possess. It takes the general gronud, that the best is tlto cheapest" We need scarcely say that on this plan, tho Feb Pbess is given by tbis book (see page 158) as the advertising medium of San Marcos and Hays county, it being tlie only one on the list.. We resrectfnlly invite the attention of advertisers, both at-home and abroad, to 'this fact. ADVERTISING RATES. Legal and Transiont Advertisomonts will be charged One Dollar per square for the first insertion, ond Fifty Oenta per square for each additional insertion. A square is tho space of one inch. Fractional squares will be counted as full squares. Advertisements for three moths or more will be chained at the following rates: No. of Square. it iuob 6 iuoh 1 yr. 4 5() $8 00 $12 00 8 00 12 00 20 00 10 00 15 00 2.1 00 15 00 25 00 40 00 25 00 40 00 60 00 40 oo cr oo loo oo One square Two squares Three sqnaros One-fourth column One-half column..'. One colum ' Yearlv advertisers allowed tho privilege of quarterly change. Business Cardii, one inch orloss, one year, f 8. Cords in Business Directory, one year, 2 Local and business notioes will be charged ten oents per line each insertion. . Advertisements for Schools, Churches and Benevolont Societios, half rates. Marriage aud Obituary Notioes, of over ten Hues, charged as advertisements. Galls upon candidates, their replies and their eiroulars, and all notices of ft personal feharaetor, (if at all admissible into our col orans), will be charged as advertisements. A oross mavk upon the paper indioatos that tho time for whioh the subscription was paid has expired. . All advertisements and subscriptiops due 1U Hurnuuoi , - Any of our friends would do us a special favor by giving us the names qf any per sons within their knowledgo -who would be likely to subscribe for the Fbeb Press, bo that We may send specimen copies to such persons. . Our terms for announcing candidates are $15 for state and district officos, $"for county officos, and $3 for precinct and mu nioi P"iTeIn!?ift - "" genebal directory. OFFICIAL. enxuusiMix ft histmot: W Moore, of Fayette County. B scHATOs - 2Hrn distbiot: Hon. W. H. Bnrgns, of Guadalupe Oo. HraK!TAIIVS 918TOI8TBI0T! Bon. Geo. T. Modehee, of Hay Co. Bon. J. T. million, of Caldwall Oo. DISTBIOT OOOBT D1STHIOT. Bon. H. Tetohmuellor, Pro.tdlnjc Judge. LaQrange J. M. Bethany. Attorney, Aumln Co. nmi or homiiko oodbt. Hays. let Monday In Harcb and September. Hay .(onttnue three weeks. ' OOUKTT OrriCUBB. ltd H. Kone, Judge County Court, iaa. O. Burleaon, Diet, aud County Oleri. g U. MoBride, County Attorney, iaa. A. Wren Sheriff. 1. M. Turner Deputy. C. 8. Oook, Juitloe of the Peaoe Pre. Ho. 1 K. A. vauunn, - ll.O.Hubbe, , W. W. Slick, J. H.Patteraon, County Treainrer. 1 " S " 4 " 6 K. 8. Fortton, a-aaoanor. Otto Orooa, Surveyor. W. h. Owen Coru'r Proolnct No. 1 E. V. Vaunhn " ' ' " H. C. Hubbe, " " " Peter Schmltt. " " " W. h. Bteel, Constable precinct Jo. 1 Jepp Benson, " ' 8 g. B. Stone. " " 4 Tmca o Hoioiao Cocbtt n Paaomor ooobt County Court for Criminal. Civil and Probate boa Best 4th Bondaya In Jauoary, Aprll.July.Octo- Commleelonere'Couri Id Monday Id Febrnsrv. May. Anaoat ana nursniufr. Justice Court, Preclnot Bo. 1 Latt Monday In each month, at San Marco. " Preolnot No.J d Friday In each month Mt.Clty. J II Wlmberley'e Mill, t. 44ih l"at. Dripping SprinR. Town orneaaa. Mayor Bammett Bardy. Council W. D. Wood. O W. Donatrnn, nid Johniou, P. A. aioer, Kd. J. L. Green, P. J.C. Smith, Dan Bolhelna aud Boger Byrne. Martha! Wm. B. Lrell. Street Cemlionr i. W. Ttanforth. ' Coaacll mel ibe grat Taraday lu eaeh mo-ith. MerebanU' Kxehana;o1 mrai the flret Friday alftbt la each month at the Bernr'a IBrA. ' Pablle Sebool Trnte meet first Monday In each with at the Maror' offlce. ' ;iii;icciii:m. MBTHODI8T. Preaching at the Methodlat Oh arch ery Sabbath, B. B. B. B. Blrt. fmttM. .ay School at gam. ti (Ing at Sa'clok p. m. prayer Meetlnu Wwede. Tonrg tten'a pray-er-aieetinc on Moaday nlrbt. ' BAPTIST. Preaching at the Baptlal Charch every Send.. B-v. W. D. Beverlev. Paator, gaaday lchal at ea. . Taaormea'e p'ayer piaeUag TnMdav aibt. Ceaaregatienal prayer leetlna: Wedimday aighk ' pgHsBTTtETAH. grmaa tad and 4th tandava aeh aaooth. Be. B. B paxar. gaadar gcsoal ovary gahhath at -e a. at. Prater Mref Ing every Tharaday at l:M p. at. All e-e lavitrd ta attead. CHISTIAB. BlAVr i. 1. WIMiaaiMa. rw. (aaaay gchal at . m. A cardial laviuiltM -taedad ta all. : PkOTBSTAITT HCOPAL. Bt.B. B. Pallvr. Patav. arrvieM the tad mmi lh geadaya la aaa hxath. gaaday iihel every gaaday. ' CATBOIJC.-ain nTa tih gaaday la aaek wath. e. Fataav satta Pawar. f 4 1 18. AKBITAL ASD DCPABTCIt: OF. TO ABB FBOH 8A.1 HABOOS POT OFFirit. alia rraaa !" arn at T i4 a. ai. aaa le p eUae at t 5 a . aad p. Bute trwm gaa lniaU a-..rv i a M a. at. aad t ajt'w ni.a ere!p a. ' LaMac. arrlwa al It - cWaiaat 11 4i. p. M. IVmatiU arrive a ad aaan ea-iy. g vit v)habrtT e.ari1a-iad P-tdav at 8 4. M. Arri.ca B vcar aad Iaray ai ir. i. O i anal twrer-y frMa 1 . . t It F . ail a I P- B.aat P. B rcrr t"-r -TT-'ee w va I aad gaava ad V' LT Ope aMeye thrrry acmva afiv d trii,a-.Ma eac4 Ml Ike m I ifc ' P i l.riiti ar I .BUSINESS DIRECTORY. BANKERS. GLOVER NATIONAL BANK OF 8AN Marcos, North side Plaza. FIRST NATIONAL BANK of San Mar cos, Southeast Corner Plaza. LA WYKRS. SB. MoMUDE, Atfy and Land Agent. . Office over First National Bank, San Marcos. . " O. T. BROWNOfflco over Green's Bauk. NOTARY PUBLIC, III. JULIAN, Judge Wood's Now Bnild . ing, Upstairs. dentists: D. J. H. COMBS, Judge Wood's New Building, upstairs. DRUGGISTS. HOWARD 4. CO., South side Publio VV square. - T") AYNOLDS & DANIEL, North side 11 Plaza. DRY GOODS. E D. J. L. GREEN, at the old stand of Green & Price, Southeast corner rioza, DRY GOODS & GROCERIES. PT. TALBOT, Next door to First . National Bank. JOHNSON & JOHNSON, Mitchell Build ing. North side plaza. T AILEY & BKO., Southwest Corner J Plaza. ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. S. MACKIN, Near Northeast comer JJJ. Plaza. G ZOCER1ES. R W.LEA VELL, South Bide Public Plaza. rjHOMAS TAYLOR East Side Plaza.- JJARDY & CO., North sido Plaza STOVES li TINWARE. OWNBY & SON,. Northeast of Public Square. FURNITURE. JAV. NANCE & BHO., near Southeast . Corner of Public Square WA TCHMAKERS Sb JH M'ELERS. w. T H. UOBBINS, North side Plaza. GROCERIES (b HARDWARE. X TM. GIESEN, South side plaza. MILLINERY. K TBS. BICHAHDSON, between First ixL National Bank Building and Nance's Furniture Store. SADDLES AND HARNESS. J. It. PORTElt, East Side the Square. THE DIRECT LINE MOM WESTERN TEXAS AND liVEEixiiao, TO ALL POINT IK TH IESI k SOUTHEAST ! VIA THat International & great Northern RAIL-WAY. PAaxnaaa Can Take Their Choice of Routes, VIA TAYLOB OB PALESTINE. Oi via the St. Lome, laoa MonaTAta A gotrrttiia RaiLwev. Cloaaoonnectloii at Little Kck for all Principal Cities in the Southeast. In the Uulon Depot at gt. Ixtaia with Bapreer tralu la all direction. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars betareea MAB ASTON 10, ACJTIS, ROCKTOB and Q LTFarOt. and elrant Buff't Car between gAB ANTONIO and gT. LOUIS, Without Change. tf For Tkkete. Balea, Ac , afp'y ta any of the Ticket A gente, ar to B. P. UCQBBg, Paaaeagar Agvat, Baaatoa. B. W. McCl'LLOUGH, Oea. Pea. Ticket At-. Iwlla. Tub O. A. GLOVEtt, W. V. WOOD. PBEStDEXT. TICK PBCKT. TOM IL GLOVER. otnm. GLOVER NATIONAL BANK or ntKo, to pit a l Taid Cp fXO.OOO. Aitthorittd Capital, $oO.OOO. A General Eaaktne- Balan Traaaarted. e- mt gcrcaaata, rir aa4 Mlvtaaai aMIctlaa; REICTOla. W. B. TOOTJ. . O. TrTCHI. I. . flX.Hlgg. OLO. T. WOOEZEB. . A. OUrru. e. w. fcosaxauv. Ilj2-'TJ V r e e Press Job Printing OFFTCIS, A'r,rf S4e of TVaia. rh BTearH Jaiue'te Ab44 toil fcaa AiUmto -trk in jl Mil jr'.zi. I BILIOUSrJESS Is an' afToctlon of the liver, and eon be thorouRhly cured by that Qrand Regulator of the Liver and Biliary Organs, CIKMOWS UVCR REGULATOR MAMl'rACTDBBD BY i. n. ZEffiCC & CO., PhllaflelpMi, Pa. I was nflllctd for devoral jrcart with iliorilorod liver, which n'Sultwl In a n vcre attark of Jnundire. I had u R.xid medical attendance u our aeo . tlon airorda, who (ailed utterly to re ftoro mo to the enjoyment of my ' former good health. I then tried the fnvonto preBcrlption of one of the moat renowned physicians of Louis ville, Ky., but to no purpoae j where upon I was Induced to try Himmont) I.iver Keitulator. Ifouiid imme diate bcnelU from lu use, and it ultl - mately rostorcd mo to the full enjoy ment of health. A. II. SHIRLEY, - Richmond, Ky. HEADACHE Proceeds from a Torpid Uver and Im. purities of the Stomneh, It can be Invariably cored by taking; SCIONS UVER REGULATOR Let all who suffer remember that SICK AND NERVOUS HEADACHES Can be prevented by taking s doae a soon aa thelf symptoms indicate tbe coming of an attack. ERRELI3 TOHIO Is preparctl sntel7 for tha euro of complaints which Bffllct all wominklnd. It gives tono and streugtn to FliA ntnrlnn ftTCS.nB. SDU corrects dsiiBCTotis dlsplaeemeuts and Vrularl. tics. Itlsniprpatvaltieln change oflito. 'Jheuaeoi KBRKEB.I,'fFKHAI.iK TOSIt r!urrrpreff tiaucv greatly relieves the pales of umtlnsrhooa ana promotes speedy, recovery. It sMisti nature ito safely make tho critical cbanto frnin girlhood u womanhood. Itlspleasantto thetaate and may ha iaken at all time with perfect safely. I'rlcv, 5. I'OIt BALE BT ALtnitfOtilSTS. J.S.MffiKKEX,Ll)BUQCO.,Solerrop..b'r.I,OlJia Mont happily meet the demand of tho S(?e If wnman'a necnliar anili'tlon. It I a. remedy lor WOMAN ONLY, and fur ono t-PKOIAI, CUSS of condition of tho wotnii, urid no eunttoU Ihe Mens iir (ifMnirtAK it 1m ! sn-c lie lor certain uicuuu trual organ a to regulate nil dor i.igcnients ana IrrAiviilnrlilB nf her Mnillhlv Sicklie;!. The nrn- prietors claim for Ihl lieniedy no oiher meilkal property. It I slrlnly a Vegetable Compound, the studied prescription of a learned phjslclon whoso specially waa Kumalk Uis'basis. and whose lame liecanio enviable bpcause of hi ticco. in the treat ment and cure of leuiale complair.tr. ttnlfrrlng woman, It will relievo j-ou of nearly all coroplsint pecnllnr In your sea. For sale by druggists. Wrjie for book, "Massage to Woman,'' mailed Icee, BaAnviKi.n Rkoulatob Co., Atlanta, Ga. nOLUKS ACUE GUR HEADACHE. - Nothing relieves a Headache so promptly as Collins Ague Cure, it cleanses the stom ach, promotes action ot the liver, and purines the blood, aiding you to perfect health, MALARIAL FEVER. A few (loses of Collins' Ague Cure will quickly break up the worst case of Malarial Fever. No other remedy possesses the power of so completely eradicating Malaria from the system. CHILLS and FEVER yield at once to its influence, and tho cure is permanent, BILIOUS COLIC. Immediate relief and a speedy cure forthe worst eases of Bilious Colic is found in the use ot Collins' Ague Cure. As a radical cor rective of all Bilious Disorders It has po qual. DIARRHOEA or FLUX. Flux, Diarrhoea, and all Summer Complaints are completely checked and cured In a few hours by Collins' Ague Cure. Try it. Sold everywhere by all Dealer at 60 cts. a Bottle. UTAsk your Dealer for a Copy of the OOLLiaS PRESENT CENTURY ALMANAC, or Address ' COLLINS BROS. DRUG CO., ST. LOUIS, MO. FOR ALL DISORDERS OF THE Stomach, Liver W and Bowels -TAKI Hsfiiif3 OLIVER m PILLS STRICTLY VEGETABLE. CurefVmstlpstlon. Indiircation, DyvTria,Pfiei Blck Headache. Uwr Complaint, lOaa of Ap petite, Bilioiisneaa, Vfrvnnuien. Jaundlec, etc. For Sale bv all Drurarurts. rrio, 5 Cents. PACIFIC RANUrCTUR:HB CO.. ST. LOUIS. MO. lA-JW-Saj- , IIS ijaaji U aa. aaaai tor IX K J BlU K f.l IDE. nnuiaa ric& pan, 1 W eawrrmTtnara of tao h g- rieM Uay a "oni. aaxl wfcrre la P.: Imeaot ear Trlnl p f. .''' AaaadBrMassK-rrrrfa. MuteA aBTainauaa - M, tu:.'ilA e-vl w lrrrtrl Fill U U I IV 1 . " " ' - I ui J rflorra Htl' TKY IMMIIv. u Of DM&nr hM am J Ml wvmm na of Mm krd: bm aa (Mtaa w piwii? m wlJ (a y t-aaa ra otarai at f I -Ml arr MUna. kaaa aw I CraUa. d wnHti. noo ore ( . t rr.ii.,M. fa-mhu raar flal. ' Baa. I mi aa4 . mm U a aar H I" b--4 alnui. ilaxfma ttoctATED rsicif;. H mmi r ta w. r-BMaaa . ra. fc PAY WHEN CURED (,a.BBH-a1. mt taf f ' ft... ts taa.'. al "b4 M4 f"" a ft ar--. f-er t-t r "- -s-' m-P IfiW "ft? M al Es e M 3! . aWbaV A AV Ml SB aT- An ideal. Sha wag not fair bnt in ber face There was a purity of aom That ky each feature perfect graoe, Lit up ant! Doaulinea uie wuoio. f Ilor band wns not the "lily-flower" Or "drifted snow" that poots sing : But in Its touob, so firm and kind. There was a strength most comforting, And little children citing to It, Ani all tlia mmr aha elothod and fod Knew what a cool and soothing touch It laid upon tho aching ueaa. "ller laugh was low, and geldom heard j Her smile, goon woke, most passing gweet; Ilor sympathies went quickly forth Another's joy or woo a muni. Ilor creed f Ah me I she was not one Who thonaht her own the only way, And thanked hor God, like him of old . Who "wont up" in his pride to pray. But, pressing on her npward road, tiho strove to win all hearts for hoavon, And countod no man wholly loit Who lived, so yet might be forgiven. She know heaven's gate was oponed wldo, She knew how great the joy within ; And, iu ber porfoot charity, - she would havo had ail outer in. , Sunday Magazine. It Led to Osculation. "Pray read my baud," he said, with a smile, As thev sat iu the parlor bright. 'And I will read yours: it will sorve to whilo The moments away to-uight." She took bis hand, and its lines she scanned, Then wido she oponed her eyes: "You're iu love, I soe, with a girl," said she, ' 'About my age and size. 'You've loved her long, and your love is strong. The linos of your hand disclose: . "And you'd ask her to be your wife, but I soe , That you're afraid to propose. "But you need not fear, for 'tis written horo," The maiden fair weut on, As the palm she scanned, "to auk hor band, For hor heart is already won." Then the youth proposed, and with chtoks rosehued, She answered, "Yes," with a smile ; Aud a Benson of osculation eiisuod Iu roguhir Down-Eist style. Real Estate Transferg Since our last report to October 1st. Jan. A. Wren, Bhoriff, to B. 0, Evans Co., 4,008 acres on Pordinalcs river and Dead Man's creek. $400. E. S. Fletcher, executor of the entute of C. W. Fletcher, decmined, to V. O. Hutchi son aud A. G. I'ontlli'ton, 101J aores T, J. ChatnberH league, $2,t70.1o. Statu ot Texiis to W 0. Chumnoy, 100 acros hoad Purgatory Creek.-... . Martha 0. Tobiu to 13. A. Touiu. lot fi block 15, Kyle, $5,. John Hancock to John Ilanry Haucock, 400 noros of the John G. McGehee head right. A. C. Mosher and wife to Thos. 0, John son, farm lot No. 28 Ban Marcos, $1,550. We are willing to bear personal testimony to tho efficacy and value of Hood's Sarsapa rilln, which we bave boon advertising some years in our paper, having used it for blood impurities with great success. ' It is a prep aration of standard merit, made of porfoctly pure iiiflrodients, and thoroughly effective in cloausing and purifying the system. For eruptions, boils, eto., it can be relied upon every time. Otir own experionce with it has been most gratifying, and we are glad to give it this endorsement. Athol (Mass.) Transcript. The statement just prepared at the General Land Office Bhows that the quantity of land restored to the pub lio domain by the action of the In terior Department under the policy of President Cleveland is 21,000,000 acres. This great territory is suffici ent to furnish 130,000 settlers with farms of 1G0 acres each. This is genuine land reform, a common sense and honest enforcement of the doc trine "Tho pooples" land for the peo ple." ' . By its mild, soothing ond healing proper ties, Dr. Sage's Catarrh Itetnedy cures the worst cases of nasal catarrh, also "cold in the head," coryza, and catarrhal headaches. r0 cents, by druggists. During the past seven years tho seven corn States Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, and Nebraska have annually produced an average of 1,000,000,000 bushels. Tho crop for 1887 is placed by tho Farmer's Review, of Chicago, the best authority in the country ou tho sub ject, 1,300,000,000 bushols. Tho fig- ures are large, considering ine drought, but the statement is proba bly correct Deafness Cau't be Cured by local applications, as they can not reach the diseased portion of tbe ear. There is only one way to euro Deaf ness. And that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucus hning of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed, yoa have a rumb ling sound or imperfect bearing, and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result, and nnless the infiamation can be taken out and this tube re stored to ito normal condition, bear ing will bo destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed con dition of the mucus surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any cv-e of Deafness (cau&eJ by Catarrh) tht we can hot cure by tiling Halls Catarrh Cure. Send fijr circular, fre. F J- CHENEY A CO , Toledo, Ohio. 1tJSjU by Druggist, 75 ccut. New Lair Herniating the Liquor Traffic. Sec. 1. That section four (4) of an act to amend section one (1) and four (4) of an act ontitlod "An aot to reg ulate the sale of spirituous, vinous or roaft liquors, or modioated bitters; to fix tho rate of occupation taxes upon nil persons, firms or associations of persons engaged in the sale of spirit uous, vinous or malt liquors or medi cated bitters, to dofine the manner and timo of collecting such tax, and to affix penaltios for the failure to pay the same; and to repeal all laws and parts of laws in conflict with tho pro visions of this act, approved March 11, 1881," approved April 4, 1881; and, that section five (5) and eight (8) of an act to regulate the sale of spirituous, vinous or malt liquors, or medicated bitters; to fix tho rate of occupation tax upon all persons, firms or associations of persons engaged in tho snle of spirituous, vinous or malt liquors or medicated bitters; . to define the time and manner of col lecting such tax, and to affix penal ties for the failure to pay tho same; and to repeal all laws and parts of laws in conflict with the provisions of this act, approved March 11, 1881; be so amended as to heroaftor rend as follows: Sec. 4. Any porson, firm or asso ciation of persons desiring to engage in tiie sale of spirituous, vinous, or malt liquors, or modicated bitters capable of producing intoxication, shall, before engaging in Biich occu pation, be required to enter into bond in the sum of $5000, with at loasl, two good, lawful, and sufficient suroties, payable to tho Stato of Texas, to be approved by the county judge, con ditioned that Btiid person, firm or as sociation of persons so soiling spirit nous, vinous or malt liquors, or mod icated bitters citoable of producing intoxication, in quantities less than a quart, shall keep an open, quiet and orderly houso or place for the saio of spirituous, vinous, or malt liquors or medicated bitters citpublo of produc ing intoxication', and that ho or thoy will not sell or permit to be sold in his or their houso or place of busi ness, nor give,nor permit to be given, anv spirituous, vinous, or malt . Ii quois, or medicated bitters capable of producing intoxication, to any per son under the ace of 21 years, or to a student of any institution of learn- ing, or to any habitual drunkard, or to anv 'person afteTtiftvlrirr boon no tified in writing through tho sheriff or other peace omcor, by tho wife, mother, dausrhter'or sister of the per son, not to sell to such person; and that he or they will not permit any person nnder tho aero of 21 years to enter and remain in such house of business; and that he or they will not permit any caraes prohibited oy the laws to be played, dealt or exhibited in or about such houso or place of business; and that ho or they will not keep or permit to be kept, for profit, amneemout or other purposes, in or about bis or their place of business, any nine or ten pin alloy, pool table, bagatelle, pigeon-hole or jonnylind table, nor any other kind of table or device used for games of chance; and that ho or they will not reot or lot any part of the houso or place in which he or thoy have undortaken to soli spirituous, vinous or malt liquors or medicated bitters capable of pro ducing intoxication, in rjnautities less than a quart, to any persons, for the purpose of running or conducting any game or games prohibited by the laws of the State; and that he or they will not adulterate in any manner by mixing any drug with any intoxicat ing liquor of any kind, and that ho or they will not knowingly sell or oivG awav onv impure or adulterated liquor of any kind; which said bond may be sued on ai me lutauucu ui uuj porson or persona oggrioved by tho violation of its provisions, ind such person shall bo entitled to recover tho sura of $500 as liquidated dapi igos for each infraction of tho condi tions of such bond, and tho said bond shall not be void on the first recovery, but may bo sued on until the fail penal sum named therein shall have been recovered. In addition to civil proceedings for individual injuries brought on said bojid as above indi cated, if any person, firm or associa tion of persons, shall violate any of the conditions of tho bond herein re quired, it shall bo the duty of tho county and district attorneys, or either of them, to inbtituto thereupon in the name of the State of Texas for the use and benefit of the county, and tho amount of 300 as a penalty shall bo recovered from the principals and sureties upon breach of any of tho conditions thereof; and whenever the first or gubseonent Loud as re quired, is exhausted by suit at tbe instance of individuals or tbo use of thg county, a new similar bond shall be given and approved before the dealer ahall have tbo right to further pursue bis occupation as a retail li quor dealer; or in ce anit ia pend ing on any sacu oodu wo wuu I ty or diHtrict attorney aball make and ! file an affidavit with the clerk of tbe i county court that be believes th bond of thi defen lar.t will be exbaa' ted by 'said roit the ekfk abnll t once no (t:fv t're liquor diaV-r t'j-reuf, and it 'alAii U tlMsdjty of the retail dealer i within twtUy dtrs from tbe time tbe .bjed s txUosted, or La otLcr tvt within twenty days from tho time the notice is given, to give a new bond similar to the bond first given, to be approved in the same way, and until such new bond is given and approved wnen it is required by this aot, the rotail liquor dealer shall not have the right to further pursue . his occupa tion, and any person, firm, or associa tion of porsons who shall pursue his or their said oeoupation without giv ing tho first bond or the new bond, as required by this act, shall be doomed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on con viction shall bo fined tho same amount providod for in cases where no lioonso has been obtained, r The provisions of this soction shall not be . bo con strued as to ropeal or in any manner affect any ponal laws now in force in this state concerning tbe unlawful sale of spirituous, vinous, or malt li quors, or modicated bitters capable of produoing intoxication; nor shall thoy be construed as depriving any porson, firm, or association of por sons, wno are now pursuing tho oc cupation of selling spirituous, vinous, or malt liquors, or modicated bitters capable of producing intoxication, in any quantity, who havo complied with the law regulating the same, from continuing the said pursuit or occupation for tho full length of time far which lioonso was obtained, and the law otherwise complied with. An open house in the meaning of this act is one in which no screens or other devioo is used or placod, either inside or outside of suoh house or placo of ousiness, for the purpose of or that will obstruct the viow through the open door or plaoo of entrance into any such houso or placo whete in toxical ing liquors ars sold in quantities less than a quart. A quiet houso is one in which no musio, loud or boisterous talking, yelling, or indecent or vulgar lancrnacro is allowed, used, or prac ticed, or any other ' noiso calculated to disturb or annoy porsons residing in tho vicinity of such house or place of business or thoso passing along the streets or publio highways. k By an orderly bouse is meant one in whioh no prostitute or lewd women or woman are allowed to enter or re main; and it is further provided that said house must not contain any vul var or obscene pictures. Sec. 5. Tho county clerks in the several counties of this State shall is sue license to any person, firm or as sociation of persons engaged or do siring to engage in tho sale of spirit uous, vinous or malt liquors, or med icaid bitters capable of produoing intoxication, upon payment by suoh person, firm or association of persons of all occupation taxes horeia lovied for such purposes, and such addition al occupation taxos as suau be levied by commissioner's courts and by in corporated towns or cities, and also filincr tbe bond required in soction 4 of this act ; the evidence of payment of all tax upon such occupation shall be the receipt of the county collector of taxes for such amount of tax as shall shall have been or may be as sessod and collected for State and county purposes upon such- occupa tion and the receipt of tho city col lector of taxes for the oinountof such tax paid any city or town wherein such business or occupation may be carried on.. If any county clerk shall issue a license to any dealer in intoxi cating liquors without first requiring the bond provided for in this aot, he shall be flnded not less than $100 nor more than $500. For issuing the license herein provided for the county clerks shall bo entitled to charge and recoivo a foe of tweny five cents for each license so issued. Soc. 8. The license required by this act shall be posted in some con sniciions place in the houso where the business or occupation for which snch license is necessary is carriod on ; and for a failure to bo conspicuously poet such license at or in such place of business, any person, or any mem ber of any firm or association of per sons so failing shall to guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall bo fined in any sum not to exceed $25, and each day of such failure to bo conspicuously post such license shall constitute a separate offense. The Saloon Bond Law. . Mr. Drake Bell of tho Bell Bros, saloon, on Pecan street near the Driskill hotel was arrested for selling liquor without giving bond. The firm had paid their city, county and state tax, but no license was issued for want of bond, which they refused to give in order to test the constitu tionality of the law. Mr. Bell furth er declining to give bond for bia re lease applied for a writ of habeas Mr. Brown, clerk of tbe 1 ourt, refused Lia fee in tbe caaa. Statesman. Joanna atopped tb ann, but it would bave puzzled bim to atop a bob tailed aireet car aftr it bad paired bim a rod Springfitl 1 Union. Tfce R( f w ETil- To tkorrrwrt.ly B-rv-M. ftMnn. v-y v. r. - Sunday Law. . Section 184, Tonal Statutes, con taining exceptions to the foregoing are not in any respect changed. Article 185. Beads.: Any mer chant, grocer or dealer in -wares or merchandise, or trador in any busi ness whatsoever, or tho proprietor of any placo of publio ainusoment,or the agent or employe of any such person. wno shall Boll or barter, or permit his place of business or place of publio amusement to be oponed for the pur pose of traffic or publio amusement on Sunday shall be fined not less than $20 nor more than $50. Tho term placo of publio amusement shall be construed to moan circuses, theatres, . varioty - theatres, and such other amusomonta as are exhibited and for ' which an admission feo is charged, and also include dauoes at disorderly houses, low dives, and places of like character, with or without fees of admission. Article 186. The preceding article shall not apply to markets or dealers in provisions as to sale of provisions made by them before 0 o clock a. m., nor to the sale of burial or shrouding material, newspapers, ice, ice oreaiq, milk nor to the Bending of telegraph or tolophono messages at any hour of the day, nor to keepers of drug stores hotels, boarding housos, restaurants, livory Btablos,- barber shops, bath houses or iee dealers, nor to telegraph or tolophono offices. . 1'nget Sound. PonTLAND, Ore., Aug. 8 Fortun ately our country gets better as one goes weBt 13y a merciful dispensa . tion of Providenoe the. Pacific coast -was reserved as the climax of a doubt ful beginning. Horaoe Greeley nov or Baid abettor thing than "Oo WeBt, young man. ine young are best adapted to the transplanting. Even the pionoor must be willing : to make many sacrifices of comfort, until .he gets a foothold, but on the coast he has loss to contend .with in climate than else whoro. The climate hereabouts Is very like that of Ireland and England. ' A great deal of cloudy weather ond moisture, without extreme heat or severe oold. The plants and flowers that flourish in the land of our fath ers thrive here with prodigal luxur ianco. The gorso, the holly, the ivy, and the broom are in vigorous growth whilo it would take a whole letter to describe the glories of the roses, the lilies and the pinks. '. The chief industry of Pugot Sound ; . is logging, and every town has more . than one steam saw mill, on one side the rafts of huge logs to be fed to , the saw, and on the other Bide a wharf with a dozen ships being load- ; ed with timber, boards, apd laths to be sent to all parts of the world. They also have many thousand tons of hops . and barloy for export, bosidos the salmon from their canneries. Think of buying a sixty pound salmon for three cents 1 From Tacoma we made an excur sion over tho. switchback,-across the cascade range,' at an elevation of 3,600 feet. It is a very wonderful piece of engineering work. It is ,. done in seven zigzags with a grade of 290 feet to the mile. It requiries two of tho most powerful locomotives, one pulling the other pushing alter nately, in the way tbe name describes. Everywhere tho slopes of the moun tains are covered with fir trees of enormous growth, many of which are charred by forest fires. Those giant conifers, standing or prostrate, are surprising in their size to an eastern man. Every acre of West Washington . Territory is covered with them, aad all tbe islands of the Pacific and the main coast of Alaska are still a vivid mass of verdure with them, . About . Paget Sound they are now burning off the brush and refuse, and the whole air is so full of smoke that the lost days Tacoma bid its hood, to our great regie, and the disapoinuueut of the tourists who arrived too lata to boo bim. Tbo Puget sound re gion is destined to become a great country. There are many rivera emptying into it and the soil on their banks is exceedingly fertile, with a mild and genial climate all tbe year round. i r The ateamer Aleaia arrived" in New. VnrV on tha 23d inst. from Marseille and Naples with a nnmber of casea of cholera cn ooara. isuxidk wis voyage four latal cases occurred, and the bodies thrown into the aea. Tha steamer was quarantined and furui- ' gated and tbe passengers put ashore, to remain under watch until all tUn gerispasMd. The cholera i pre valent in Sicily and Italy, and Tea sels arriving from Mediterranean porta will hereafter U carefully in spected. Gen. Albert Pike, who is writing a ia n,Bcr:L ia one of tba. mot dittiotroithed locking men, standing mor than a.x ie x ia nt gi-s wa mow wtita hair, which falls in cur'.a nearly to bia abooUera, a jictaMaypa curling bev i and eye br.'tzl a4 tipreiT. Drjv,t bis a.'mot tty yeara, be is a snpwb man, pb :V.:y a well as cerAtZy.