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kZ II. JULIAN, Editor 1A.tsT MAROOS, TEXAS. THUU8DAY, MAKCII 9l, ISciH. : - I1HMHUEO 4NI KKTKIUD AT Tilt OHTOrriOi AT BAN MAHflOS, TKXAH, All It EC VD CLAIM VATTPR. HATEti OF UVUSUIUI'TIOX. 0 is yvr. In ftilvnnoa i 00 ;-. mouth, " 1 0 'I ire mouth", " Ml Tba abaTA rntos im-ltnto tba prepnyinoiit 1 t OhUue by nn. rinmnlu cojiiug aout free. . ii!e cnpicH 5 coutn. UlComumieATioiis far lb rail Pssss should b ."il In on Uondsy to Insure Insertion lbs ssms T rk.and ill tdTsrtlssmsiiti d4 business ootlosi ' it Islsr than Wednesday noon. Po.mvst.r fo eomraanlcsllon published unless writer's rl nsms trooupinlm II, not forpuh I silon uiiImo dsilrsdj but lor onr oto benefit i' 1 promotion. Hon. It. Q. AlilU is quite sick at WiiHhington, U. S. Chief Jaulicu Waits diotl a fuw diys Hinco of pneumonia. lie wiib upwnrdri of 70. The Union Ll)or pnrty of Indiana Ins a full State ticlcot in tlio fiol.l. John B. Milroy, candidate for Gov-i-rnor, iu said to bo very popular. Tbo Atlanta Constitution, wliicb not long ago was warning tlio conn try ngainut the FurmorH' Allianco bns comtnoncod lately to giyo them a rognlar doBe of taffy. John II w.ird, of and for Texas, is making an interesting and valuablo publication of "Texas Boilod Down," which heissuoH from his headquarters in the Southern Ilotol at St. Louie, in tho interest of Tuxis immigration We acknowledge receipt of a copy. We acknowledge tlio rocoint of a copy of the inaugural address of Hon. H. II. Wurnor, Presidont of the Chamber of Conimerco of tho city of ltocbestor, New York. It is an in torfiBtincrantl suircreBtive paper, as touching on various qncstions of ro form in muuioipal government. Inasmuch as we have oocasion illy felt coustrainod to criticise the public acts of Gov. Kjrs, wo take the more pleasure in expressing our hoarty on dorsoraont of his lottor to the Whar ton county protestors, which wo pub lish in another column. It has the ring of the true metal. A South est Missouri Immigration Convostion assembled on the 23rd at Clinton, Henry county, for tho trans action of business looking to tuegou erul interests of that quarter of the dtato, with tho particular end in view of securing immigration. A large at tendance was reported and much in terest manifested in the gathering. lhe Phrase, "The Woody Shirt," or Classic Oriirin. A Btudious friend of ours has . cited ns to the following passngo firm Gibbons Deeliuo and Full of tho Roman Empire, vol. III., p. 5-48: "The sacred duty of pursuing the assassins of Othman was the engine and nioteneo of his ambition. The bloody shirt of tho martyr was ex posed in tho march of Damascus: tlio emir deplored the fate of his in jured kinsmnu; and sixty thousand Syrians wore engaged in bis sorviee by an oath of tidolitj and rovengo." ' Tresident Lott. of the Aransas Pa6S It. It, is exciting the towns of Gonzales, Luling, Loeklmrt and Aus tin by a proposition to extond his road to said places, they to furnish tho right of way, depot gronuds, and pay in addition $1,000 per mile, and Austin to build tho bridge over the Colorado, estimated to cost !?75,000. Tho entire amount of money required would be not less than $150,000. It remains to be Si on whether these immense bonuses can bo raised. The temptation to raise them is very great, and, if they should be raised, it luimt be confessed that tho towns named will get away badly with Sau Marcos and other outlying places. Oen. Henry E. McCullorh is push ing bis oandidacy for the sttte treas nrr!iip with cjusideral.lo.vim. It is nnti-democrulic, it is trne, for any one to effor for that position ngain6t the venerable Lubbock, but the times mem ont f joint with the "state democracy." Plain demon acy is heginn-.n to rweive no little reeng. n i lion as a pretty good thing to tie to. Lubbock, however. h:u bad facli along lease of tlie ofticv, has pi cn aoh great Mtisfitrtk'ii, that the treasnnn-hip has Ixtn prirtirs! 1t eliminated from the politic! tcrtm 1 ! foryeira prist. So mj lL Sr.n Autocio Kxpre. But is thro any good ens or jus tic in a dt-KKxratic country in gi irf any one mm a life lease to ach n o":?e? MlgLt it not be even mT do o? Tiie exper.irca f Tenno-e an 1 K?ntncly might 1 v rti ccT); lrirj The fend f r developing the X a r fri now amount, to very mar Aimilu. Wo Bp nt a day at tlio enpiUl Inst week after an absence of somo six nion tba. Tho Holds by the way in dicated a backward crop, but good stands and large breadth. The exterior of tho new copitol is now comploto, and presents a truly grand appearance Austin will regard it as "the applo of her eye," but if she expects to live by gazing upon it sho will be sadly mistaken. Business will still bo rccpiirod to bo done. At present everything appoara to bo pretty mnoh at a stand still, whilo tho "natives" are looking forward to tho great drill and celebration in May. Doubtlosg thoro will bo a vast concourse of peoplo on that occasion If Austin is equal to their entertain ment in a comfortable stylo, it will rodound to her credit uud benefit; otherwise tho reverse may provo true, Sho seems to begin to realize the im pending crisis, and, we trust, will not bo found wanting. We were told it was proposod to Hcnd some of the Hiirporfluous guests to San Mar cos. All rightthe Hofheinz alone will be ablo to accommodate a good ly number, and in tho best style. Pen Points. Corrnnpou'lamie of tba Fc a Piiksh, If any state in tho union needs a Humane Society that state is Texas. Tho Buffering an J mortality among stock horo baa been fearful during tho past, uncommonly severe winter. No shelter.- No foddor stacks. How much is embodied in thoso two short sentences. Selfishness, cruolty, and short-sighted policy on tho one side, and terriblo, prolongod suffering and death on tho other. All unnecessary, all needless an thrift, as it is of culpa bio negloct and inhumanity. In our estimation, this is ono of the moanost kinds of criminality to cause suffer ing oven to torture for dumb, help less animals, dependent upon us for caro and comfort. Wo beliovo it a shameful siu to koep nioro cattle and other stock than "can bo properly cared for. Wo hopo tho time is not far distant when this matter will bo made the subject of wiso ami, humane legisla tion, and also, that individuals will be oducatod up to a noblor standard respecting tho rightful claims of oven our dumg animals. A HARO WINTER. We human beings, who have been disposed to complain over the (to us) prolongod, sevore season, have only to think of tho experience of our peoplo at tho North during the same time to lvalizo how favorod has been our lot bore in tho Southwost. March up there may not have "como in like a lion," but it has continued, we might say, with tho white bear in its snow und arctic severity. However it will go out, wo are justified in saying it will not bo "like a. lamb," but looking to probabilities, wo might vonture to predict with some show of roason, that it may loavo our Northern sister states like a whale in very doop wa ter. From such a hoavy body of snow, Hoods aro likely to bo tho re suit, drenching tho country and caus ing great linaucial lossos by the de struction of roads and bridges. " 'taint MB." For one of the amusing specimons of childish simplicity, tho following, we think, will bear repeating: Going down the street one day wo overtook a littlo maiden, and walked along, chatting as wo went. Hoar- ing the village boll toll for tho de parture of some soul to tho horeafter, we asked her: "Do you know who is dead?-' A dubious shadow over cast the innocent face looking up in to onrs as sho besitatiugly replied: "I don't know." The next moment a satisfactory solution seemed to dawn upon her, and she supplemented, beamingly, "I know, 'taint mo!" That settled it with tho littlo child, aud we walked on with the littlo maid (that wasn't dead) conversing in the most cheerful manner. THE CAUSE OF TEMrrnAXCE. This is still living, and actively, too in tho hearts of our best people, as will bo demonstrated in the future, wo trust, successful enmpaigu. We are a law-ab'ding people, but when the time comes for decisive action, thoro will not fail to bo a strong up rising to change, by legal utt.:iU the present law respecting the liquor traffic and the hateful influence of tho saloons, especially non the rising generation. Our fair Republic will yet present an unblemished escutch eon to the world. Slavery, iutem-IH-nnco and polygamy forever elTnc ad from it, with the right of suffrage, ss it shonM bo accorded to women, so wa bclievo a well as hop!'. . Mcr C BiixiNo. ValuaMe Papf r. Wife (lo sKcon-l husband who ia mnnmintf in a closet) Don't disturb i lb it br.nd'o of li tter. Jvl.n. ij wo'ilda't Lave anvtLing bapptn to them for tb wurld. I I Husband (fooJly) Ob, dear, then I you did cot burn tboe fooiih love letter of n.ioe after all. a you aaid , yn did. 1 Vif Yes, Jcbn. I bnnsed yonr. bit tl.oe !t!t-ts are from my firt I Lu;br.ud. l"i-cb I HIIAUT0N fOUXTY WASTS SO HAS- (KUS SENT Til KICK. Ovrrnor Koss Read Thirty-seven I'ro- testliiK Citizens a Moral Lecture. Austin, Tex.. Mir. 20. Tho gov ernor to-day received a protest from thirty-sovon citizens of Whartou county against using rangers in that countv. I hoy write: We all deeply implore tlie Killing at Spanish camp. It was a foul b tween parties and their frionds, tight ing for a tract of land. The feud will dio out, but the action of tho governor of tho state in sending troops to tho county will live ana curry with it the impression that Wharton county has not enough hon est, law-abiding citizens to enablu tho sheriff to preserve order in the coun ty, when, in fact and in truth, the sheriff has never been resistod in one single instance and we challenge proof to the contrary. Abu our slier iff and he will tell you be has never been resistod. Then is it right that vou should do us the wrong to con vey that idea to the world by Bend ing troops here? Wo, for tho sake of our county, beg that you recon sider your action in this matter and not do us this great lnjnstico. The governor's reply is as follows Executive Office, Austin J. C. Duncan and others: I have the hon or to acknowledge tho rocoipt of your protest against the presence of ran gers in your county, and in reply I beg to say that I am unable to appro ciate the force of your objections, Scarcely a weok passes without ap plications being made by many of the best and most law abiding coun ties for the services of rangers to aid their civil officers in special case3 of emergency, and in tho very mail briucing your protest, I received a petition from tho officers and good citizens or Mills county for aid from this force. If every county in the state bad the same estimate of them that you do and objected to their presence as vehemently, we should bo compolled to disband the lorce or send them beyond the border of tho state until tho law could be repoalod They were sent into your county in rosponso to tho district judge and district attorney, who wore doubtless fully apprised of tho - exigency de manding their services in aid of tho local authorities. At any rato, the first invocation which I took upon my lips when assuming tbo functions of tho exocutive office, was to main tain the constitution, and it enjoins upon mo to see that the laws are faithfully executed. A Btato denies protection to a citizen as effectually by not executing as by not making laws. Its expensive machinery be comes a mockery when no security is furnished; when laws are made' only to be trampled on; when crime stalks abroad unchallenged and unoheck ed; wbon tho houso iB no longer a pro toction, but its sanctuary is violated with impunity by ruffians firing the house at midnight and shooting its unarmed lumatee. When you pro tost against the irritating presence of half a dozen rangers sent into your countv with tho best motives, and in compliance with the demands of the local officers, charged with the execution of the law, and with in structions to act strictly in eubor dination to the civil authorities in holping to detect, arrest and bring to condign pnuishment those bloody criminals, surely you cannot mean what your langnrgo clearly implies when, as an appeal for some mitigat ing judgment, you make the comfort ing suggestion that "this feud will soon die out." Do yon mean to say that you prefer to loavo tho solution of these troubles to tho soothing in fluence of time aud trust to tbo po tent charm of moral suasion for a more complete and happy confirma- of hopeful promises? I imagine that this would prove but poor comfort to the surviving friends of those who were tho victims of the most coward ly and inhuman murder ever known n the annals of crime in onr stato. If the arresting power is fettered, the witnesses silenced through fear or otherwise, the laws annulled or the courts impotent b' reason of all or all of these surrounding circumstan ces to bring the guilty to justice, why should you as law-loving citizen", ob ject to siicli additional aid :n th.; state can, in conformity with the constitution and laws, afford in the premises? Tho degree of security which tho law coufers is evervwlitre accepted as a very fair comparative test af tho moral and social progress of a community, and, whilo we know this foul deed has been neither coun tenanced ncr approved by the good ; people of your county, yet it m fr m j laek oi power or inclination t Tint me perpetrators are not brought to the bar of justice. I submit that it will be a greater stigma upon vour coun ty, aud prove a more coaitilete bar-1 rier to tho Haw of capital and cucck to the development of your resources than the knowledge th-.t rang'-rs have been sent into your midst. Bj . ! it. aides, it wouM oo a very siuooorn incredulity which, after knowing f vour failure, would denv the su't..n tial fact that there i- a demand fi.r fiwirn -ner'ptii measures invi!vinT elements of mfliciint power nd force to vindicate the nnjoty of the laws I Hence it is tho paramount duty of ! every citizen to K nd l.w prompt r.nd n-.dy assist met- in this em -rgfjicy. The worvt eneni'es of your c an -, no mattf r bow few T b iw tnviv. are those who committed this (-irue, I , shill cbarrre th jimih r auth--rit:e ! tJ brtve no st-me nntarned to fmt on' those rim na!. TLe ei-cu T, of tlie c.im? d mau-t tL;;t thj OTirn taunt. K.tb M-it an 1 evunty. j-bii! ' prove now tht it h a pnij- an j pow r to tT.f-"v the l iW. We r-iy fail in th:. but :".! le N-t for t iffie.1 w-.ib our've s if vcTi sr vi e bve d." wLat we ... L R i-xtfii!. tv. L- 5 C- G .iTtnvr. Very Small and Mean Ibodiiets Tlie Whoo Day is never afraid to speak its mind. It may be added that it has considerable mind to speak In a recent issue it any: "The Blair educational uiii is said to be practically dead, having met tho same fate which overtook it in tho last congresd of being smothered in tho committee. Considering the fact that about half the democratic sena tors voted for it, and also that the measure has a largo support tnsiuo the domocratio niirtv of tho aontlu rn states, tho committee may bo justly chargod with using despotic power to suppress wtint may iuiny oe n sumed as the will of the peoplo." Tlio thing is too plain to admit of argumont Unfortunately tho prac tice of smothering bills wlncli tho peoplo wished to see become laws has not been conhuod to tue uiair bill in tho past and will not bo in tbo future. Voters of Texas aud other stotes ore gradually awakening to a realization of the fact that when they elect a congressman they do not secure tho services oi a servanr. uiu pi-Diitn instead a sort of czar whose autocratic action is governed only by his autocratic will, leaving nis nomi nal masters to take care of them selves. San Antonio Express. Mrs. Live'rmore was recently snow ed up in Now Hampshire, and the heroic efforts made by a party of gentlemen in digging her out and taking her to a train lad her to say, and eav it boldly, that "American men nro tho best in the world." And sho adds emphaticaly: "This I will persist in declaring forever and for ever, even if they are tardy in giving us tho ballot." Locklinrt Dots. By Evalyn. Messrs. Blnnton and Gillrtto aro holding a protracted meeting at this place. Mist Lida Smith, of Greonville, Tonnes. see, is asmsting Mrs. J. J. Williamson iu dresRtunltiug. Mrs. O. A. Porter find MiHS Ada Scaggs, Dupree, made Mrs. Myers a pleasnnt vinit Inst week. Trof. Holtzdaw, of Martindole, mado uh a pleasant call last week. Miss Ella Stngner, of Luling, is visiting tho furnily of Mr. McCausling. There was a douution party at Mr. J. J. W'illininsou's hut Tuesday .night, It was a very enjoyable affair. Miss Etta Houdrick is going to Uve a mimical entertainment next Friday uight at her brolhor-iu-law's. Mr. Wilson. Mrs. J. J, Williamson lnu been confined to hor bod for several days with a spell of rover and slight congestion of tho lungn. District Court is in lossion and there ar" several distinguished attorneys aud-yisitorri In tho city. The bauk building is progressing smooth ly. The foundation is laid and the work goes on. The Editor of the Fkf.e Phess was Rpen on the streets yestcrdny, and also Mr. Mc Naughton. The foruj.i- honors us with a call. The Allianco mcotiug was largoly at tended. The new railroad iB a certainty if the people will build it. Mr. President Lott wants a big lot of monoy, land and bridges. It is to bo hoped that thoso who hold wild lands at $30.00 per acre, will satisfy Mr, Lott. We wcloome "Evalyn" to our list of correspondents. Ed. Staples' Store. We mnat admit that ''Volley" was rather mischievous and ought not to have eat on the piano, although his pranks generally suited the occasion and company, We didu't mean to u-fer in our other article that friend '"On Bit" was nt that time in a rough crowd, or wish for any of the local readers and friends to so construe it. Now the point Bio. O. D. suggested ia evidently a keen one for we fail to see it. Hope it's not the point of his old "Cap and Ball." Vie will close the curtains by adding that Vollev was actually fired, not by his mis conduct, but in order that his friend (the one eyed man) might chase the advantages of a love's confession. by he was called the "ono eyed mau" I never new, for be had two as sound eyes as I ever saw. Per- Inps he could see as muih out of one eye as he could wo!l i-oniDiehend. We notice in tho I'onetn.-i'ju of vocr I'ucli' X -t'ii "pUtln" A cotmndriim open to all t':i- lo"iv!s, we five it up, Rnd call on liiii N;e iu t.olva til.' prub'eta. Mr. Tlnw. D. Jani- R, an old Texna Vet eran and rluiruiHU of their nsM,-iiitio:i, quiet'y ptssiid away on thu 4th, lii.i re mains ware intfrri'd iu tho Happeil grave yard. A li Mr. Pcudleiou lli-ctcr, bo shouldered tun mnsk.-t at the battle of .Sau Jncmto, uvtde an Ainnic'it to taw life be. l.ir. and joined th hokt beyond, where there will lift a genial hand -lmkin,j iu llraveu, " N'c phis nltra." Dit. Fiat, of finr.uulupe. Bcwaro of Scrofula Perof u! Is rrob.ib'y nvre peneral thnn any ether lie.ie. It I Insidious In character, and manifests Ksclf in runnlnp soref. pustular rrapttoo, boil. twclUiiF, etilarpe4 Joints, boees, sore eyes, tie. IIoodsSarsarri!U ri;els all trace o( scrofula from the blood, leaving It rtire. eiuichcJ. and healthy. I a ercrel3ra21irtel with tenfula,and over a year fcad two running torn on my neck. T.ik five bcttlr n.xnl i S.irapariHa, and ara rumL" C E. Lovejot, Lovrll, Mass. C A. Arnold, Arnold, I? bad (omfntnti pme Uv xn yM priag and UU. Uuod't 5ai tai-ariT. cured hira. i t aait nncum t Iooeof thm.itldisafrce3MedieaeiTr ) t-T iiuf nre Mood. It ! maditr rared br H. f Sarur m'.la, the prrat blood por.lW. VT.iian 5; u s, nyria. U.. ccSrrrd prrz'.'.f frr-m rniT-i sad nil rS-m. ennrd rr fcatxT. r e l t "- At tinvf Ms ho4 vn:l ri k cjo and td. lie tried vri'o frrjf ( arstrfri i.-rt alJ; r.iiitt.Kl; IIWi fir- aarr'.a. tni m iy: I jt -rt Jtlf wl." - iy & Lad u4 rtaa a i t hxri lt a: i rs the ei't rf i Irrs. II t -4 H.v ; v?riT.rr'a a-4 Is rr' .-fly ctf-d." i. R. tr.a, :t myia. "-.). Hood's Carsaparilla Y Z 4r. rT'.m. f 1 : 1 Y tT 100 Doses One Dollar pp POffBiR Absolutely Pure. ... A a.i f nurltv. Itfn.tb nd wbolrtoni.n.H. "",n''c"' Ib.n lb. ordln.rr kind!. nd o.n not b. .old In .on -p.mion .lib lb. mullllud. ol low lolhor tK .Imn or ph...ih.l. I"""""!- "1l1lH,nlr- '? Korii. Binixa i-owum "-" - THE HUNT & BOOTH NEW HAY PRESS. SIMPLEST, CHEAPEST AXO BEST IX THE MARKET FOR THE M0XEY. Costs Only S75 ! Send for circulars to HUNT A BOOTH, San Antonio, - - Texas Highc&t Market Pricos Paid for HAY AND GflAIN. rar 29, 3m NEW ARRANGEMENT I Would respectfully inform his friends and the public that he has roinoved his Grocery Store To larger quarters on tho cast sido of the Public Square, whero ho will continue to c eal in Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Can dies, etc Give him a call and learn his prices. He further begs to give notice that in connection with his Grocery he has also opened a NEW TIN SHOP in tlio same bmilding, having pur chased the outfit of Mr, Ownby. Being Jn'mnelf a practical Tinner,' Mr. Wolf will give his personal alteution to all orders in this lino. All Job Work and .Repairing will receive prcmnt attention. Guttering and Roofing a Specialty. Satisfaction guar anteed, 1'bKitf TUE TIME AN J) THE PLACE! m mm, (HuccewtorB to Green & Co ) HATE A MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS and SHOES, -AND- GROCEEIES. Are Now Offering SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS ! At Especially Attractive Tricus. CALL AND SEE US. NEXT DOOIt TO FIRST NAT'L BANK. DENNY BROS. & ANDREWS. San Marcos, Tex. In Wit. fi. H. TlIK "0LI RELIABLE" W-A.T C EC MAKEH JEWELER, ); OFT IGIA , il drUkr Iu nil jrraiien nf CLOOKa, WATOHES. JFWFL KY, SILYE2WAEE. FANCY G0JD3 AND J70TI0N3. K.)ir.-ti huh: or rur pi.aza. AH (HHhlx icamintctl fix represent cl all irork to ijice gutlsfactUun, or mnm ii rcl'untJcd. W All roMs kgM is low if cot lower tbaa can lt t out-lit rlsoirLerc iu Texa Isaac E. Julian, NOTARY PUSIJ3, SA MARCOS TEXAS. sit. tt rT. J 9 i--r . T9't 1'.. Tv S t:i(i'iWf r"r. mt !!:'- " - - . r -u :T)- m tj ct- r tt mi ii-(T - ir -. it r'- Ten., .m. . -. ? 1 "i . - r t -t --V . l tr,e'C'7- ' T If t f r. - r.i - - r '' I (- i "it. w r r " v- ' " -T - m r-.'' r- t V" I - - FOR SUPERIOR JOB PRINTING CHUI Til FREE PRESS OFFICE. North Sid riai. ' . CAKD3 . . DRAFTS . . CIRCULARS . , BILL HEADS . . NOTE HEADS . .RECEIPT BOOKS. , LETTER HEADS . . STATEMENTS . . INVITATIONS . . CHECKS . . NOTES . TAOS . . , ETC 0 1 n Hun ilreoily lmd bit "Sprinir Opeiiing" uow we ro gointt to l've OUK Spring Opi uing of l)ri flic Silks, Euibuldorodllobos, in l.wii, French Saleeii. Chamt.rj-, Alhatrow, l'lntu SiU l'tiil.li Henrlit Serges. .Nun'. Veiling, Albatross III all the uew Gobelin and (Jhall.ile"ue utiades. I.jcei .iud Kuibtofc leu, Hat.dkerctaleln.liloves, llilibeu Piques, uroin - We upcct a havy Invoice of Krencli .Saleons, of Beautilui Wondoraol Fatliioii I If o, come to J&FL. tlx Mrs. Bell will be with us. CURTIiWES But lam Still at Where I exjiect to coutiuue SADDLES and HARNESS Such as Everyone Wants. And I will continue to eell 'em low, sell cm fast and make np more. J. jR,. PORTER. t2 A "iXT" AT A 1 DosIerK In ?7i Wi Whito Fins We2.th-il3r:ir?. EVEMTIITXG A" III EH! Lumber Lressci to 0rd3r. OFFICE AND YARD Km no. J. L GUEE.v. j. w. iir-uvpriy. rtrsT. tick rn st. T. U THOMAS, CiHirs. First National Bani SI" s. 1 "it I! rot. cn r--.i i -a sil t n-i t': fCTr.rs. J. L. Is;T old xi:u sr.irws n i. i.i j TUB narren Minimi., riuru i.,.-.-V " iu by tha date given below. Would you teo IU Hi see ua I'riday and Saturdny, DAILEI & BKO. TC MOVE the Same Place, to kee p a gool stoik of j?l. rn , a; All Kinds of L1XE aL7AYS OX 1!AD- j Orders Promptly tho Eailrca:! Dspct si M. T. CHASTAIN. W.. . . mm m mwi M itre-.-.- r-f All K:i 1 Altr-rrd ' I h atifi l;--!rel. Salis.'jpiJri:! I.'i-im Name t.' i; ue:2e, .57 71 . ,,' IVCGJ, ns-rtf .- ... in !- "V.