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J5AAC n. J7UA17. - - Siltw AN MA.I(OOa, TKXABi THIM8JMY, APIUL , lH. IrOLUIIKD WHKLT D JSSTKttKO AT roaWW ATIAK M1M0OK, TH. OND CLAM MiTf.a. 1 tui RATEH OF KUHSVUirTIOX. One yor. in nlnce ' MixiuonlU. " 1 1U jlire Month, nf iKMtiiaa kr an. jjitiKlo ooplo Q cnU. u.CoPierii far ikfi .... . U..J., to ln..rt l...rtlun lb. .. Mk.4u ,4r.niiin.iii i ouM Ml Uwr U .4t.4.7 no... uami mm oomnohlMtlon nkllb4 sal lot rllor't epH".' It. ! for b flnllm -Mom dttfroo i bl far or o.i Mfroiociigo. Tho Texna veterans huM thoir an pual reunion thin year at Toinplo. Oreat earn are acraiu entortain Jlmt the new Kmporor of Germany will not loner survive. Queen Victo ria ia on a visit to her gon-in law. Kav. Horace Bishop in advocat a duily church paper for the Sleth diit church of Texas and brin aomo troni ren-ious in favor of th idea. Torn in to lx inflicted npftin t) 111! with the baao ball cruze. Th nlmfinrr rink ia a thioir of the na arwl if. ia in bo honed that base ln ill will soon Leooma bo. LagnDg jjonrnal. Amen, brother. Qen. Boulanger has been elect ed to the French Chamber of Depi tics, and again certain asinino Amer irnn fditniH ate ftHsfcrnintf to thih shallow sensationalist tho role of an ptner riapoieon ine Amf.bica is the name of a larg pnged weekly, published at Chicago the initial number of which is hofor ob. It claims to bo independent, and J'devotcdto tho advancement of din tinctivoly American ideas. havo been nnable to '"keep th run" of IcKiHlalivo proceedings. if anv. We think our members should keep tho people Informed by lottors to home rPPf8- " pertninly woul not bo too much t6 cipoct of them. Matthew Arnold, the celebrated English poot, literatonr and critic, plied suddenly a short time since ap od 65 yearn. He was ono of the foromopt men of his time. Ho had only rocontly returned from a visit to Jbis country Tho Farmers' Alliance propones to establish throo branch exchanges in Texas one at Fort Worth, another Bt Houston, and a third at some other accessible point, and Bolton pitiaoiiB ara moving to Bocure tho lat ter for that place. ye havo boon favored with a copy pf tho special odition of the Rocky Mountain News, Denver, illustrated, oad commemorative of the new con nections of that city with Texns and the Qulf. Wo have acanuod its columns with intoreKt. Will brother Canfield, of the .Sin Antonio Express, gratify an anxious public by informing it what has be come of his great 6uit againBt the '.Texas legislature fov imprisonment in the Austin bastilo for having called In oiiostion tho porsonal beauty. dress and address cf our legislative Bolonu? Wo failed to notice at the proper time tho recent suit of Geu. Adam Badenti against the estate of Gen. Giant for failure to pay him for his iervices in agisting Grant on his Per gonal Memoirs. Whatever nny be thought of tho good taste of Badoi in bringing bin suit, there can bo n doubt but his claim is just, and that tho book was very largely indebted to Badeau's aid tor its popularity and success. J. n. Bides, fornit-rly Bates & i fiocke,' (Petroleum V. Nanly.) and L successor to S. M. Pettingill. will re fj movo lis Newspaper Advertising Agency on tho first of may to 3S Park Bow. Mr. Batep, we believe, is a worthy successor of the vetemn Pettingill whom oil tho older uews paper publishers remember so pleas antry, and who, we Bre glad to Jenm, fctill survive in veil-cat ne J re tirement apd Tt to a t! The iimgniCcnt granite cnpitol lii cot the State vrtnally notliirur for its conftrnction. Cm Lot tie Stab now well afford to fitrnlidi it in con formity with it grandeur. Ihj the mount nefe.-wary fr such fnnii.liing two, throv, or cvon five Lun Ircl tlioit Ban J dollara Austin St&tcnian. It cost three million acres cf 1 m I, the just piUiraony of tl.e !..odk- poor. X au h prir c v r t-cfore pai l for any one buil'br.g. And tr ike legislature, a ilx,e, arc urge 1 1 W( ixu 1 five hnn.lrl l'rfnsrl dj'.ti i snore of the p'le' monf-r in f-rdir io fai-oih it. RitW a cusl'j Lou -, re aLoolJ y ! Wo atLtowlcdgo rtci ipt of "Pub. dtK." from Loth our represcututiyeB in tho legislature. 11 G. Sillier, who died iu poverty last week at Brooklyn, was - . . . . . liusbaud of Mrs. I rank Leslie, btio U.lt .lm. wan divorced, uii'l innrrio' hu Eiifc'liliuian if.iuo.I Ciu t r, tuow id Anicrira hk Trunk Leslio. called a convenor, to .cot at Waco. May 15th, to consider what 1CUUI1 Wim luciuuvin wb the pendiujr political campaign. I . . . . ,. w. .i lUii fiW AnlODlO lllljen 0um the arnuitUl of lliui.ilton. tue mnr . . . nol.t0 voun!T I oditor of the Sword and Shield, of InokBon, MiHHisriipi i. Thia is Lifc'Llj characteritttio of tliu Timoa. It ar guea that Hamilton wa not guilty, lutoiuiHO u iurv ho found. Hut does not tho tho Tirne-H well know tlio fal luc v of this ort of logic T Has it for gotten thai a jury in San Antonio found that Ben Thompson watt not S'nilty of the murder of Jack Harris , richt in tho face of the clearest oroof t And only tho other day tho miscreant Tom Vainell, as flagrant i murderer as ever went unhung, of which the clearest proof was produc ed, was lv a jury only found guilty uf murdor in tho second degree. Everybody kuows that there is no evidence of guilt or innocenco in what a jury niuy decido nuder the in fluence of money, or a public senti ment manufactured for tho occasion. Wo nro somewbut surprised to find in the Gato City, tho new Laredo pa per, an editorial attempting to oast doubt on tho well-known and unmiti gated crimes of Tom Varnell, and speaking lightly of his victims, be causo ho was recently found guilty by a jury only of murder in tho soc oud degree. It winds up with tho old saying, "tho mountain has labored and brU'ht forth a mouse." Tho Gato City stands alono, so far as we have noticed among tho papors of in It.i'u utvln nf pnminent. illO LUAIini .1. .ni J I following, from tho Colorado Citizen, oxpresfioa but faintly tbo universal S sentiment. of good pooplo i Tho groatest judicial farco over en- acted in Texas was tho conyiction and sentence to nino years in iuo Koniinnfinrv nf Tom Vainoll. for tho horrible doublo crimo of murdoring a father who attempted to roscao his ,1n.tl.fnv frnm Viirnnll's hellish lust. Oh, Justice, Justice, whither hast thou liown T Carl Schurz has rocontly extin guished tli6 small remains of his rep utation by coming out in a lecturo nlogistic of tho lata Emperor of Germany. Carl camo to this country, claiming to bo an exile and martyr because of his republican principles, and actually got a groat doal of crodit as such, to. which his last demonstra tion proves ho had no just claim. Ho now applauds Kaiser William because ho secured Gorman unity. But how ? Solely through tho iron military des potism controlled by Bismarck. Ger- in unity in a free confederacy of States, as tho Amoriean Union, would im ileod have boon a grand consunima ion. Uut Uert'iaa unity enecieu uy turning Germany into a military camp il placing her pooplo under the iron heel of dospotism, is surely not n thing that any truo friend of liberty or humanity can applaud, much less exult over. Carl stands self stulti- Itied. " We Germans fear God and noth g else in the world," said Bismarck a recent speech in' tho Reichstag. Bv Germans above mentioned Bis marck, of course, did not moan the lerman people, but only tho military governmental machine which ho en- inecrs in tho service of the emperor, recent event has demonstrated that icre ii very little foundation iu Bis- marck s boabt, and that his machine :ind in mortal terror of Kussin. cause tho Princess Victoria, iiighter of tho present Emperor of iarmanv, wished to wM I'nuce lexander of B iltcnburg who was clio some time since, by the people Bulgaria as their king, and forced abdioutfl by tho Emperor of Ituxbia. e donghtr Bismarck ii seized with th panic for fear of offend. ng Kusi.i. HO d "forbids the bins." r otherwise atns to tender hi resignation. d- riot lok liko B.Kiuarcl4 s Th machitiO fcare 1 ntl.iu; fr'se in the rU but God. b'.t r tly otivin- cin rly shor-s tljtt it tvir lit:- iw-r f r.iHi u-.orc th-n it lx lli.UM.lf h ie the .i'uti. H L tlierl.lrtir.o won ..1 -r w"iil uot t-.ruc a c.ij.I. , , te Li. ftr t-:r.- t.i.io I t.-u .;! v-i -.L it l:is -n t'.ji.osl. 1 i n ', l.ir.,1- t'..it ".-Tlin I i" i 1-. tit ri',.1: I.U'ecfth? H :u .nl I'.-.l oI '.t l.nonti t!.c ; i-v: n i r- t i Ufti ri-'.-l tJ vh-V. r If w. -.. i !l:C lil.ll!(. !' L r ,!t.Ti r i ij'j ii.4fi.-0.ii Li ". Hi 1 ;r .hi J tion in that direction. It U rumored that ho would soon astonioh tho OJuntry by writing a letter of declination. Tht following news paper item will therefore be read with BI.Hal interu.t i Fx St-nator Mr-Donald reached his 1 lit Iniliununolis the latter part n I uf hint week. Tho Sentinel reporter I. m . . i i i.:.t. interviewea Dim iioujay ihklid wuil-u 1 1 a Tl tho information was given mai i r i.l.mf riflvdl.ind. while not on avowed ; 1. jK ,..,. , rnonl.l said n, h Iia no that the bulk of tho Democratic party ... . I i i L I . nnrnber of Iudiatia Democrats were Uot iwUnUcJ fui tho ieubOU tlult BO important position had boen assign ed to uu Indiana Democrat. The ex Snfitor oxpresoed no opinion on the Vico PitbidotU! question, but it is well understood ho d jus not fuvor the nomination of Gray. lialloii KrtraeU. Lieut. Biillou, who wrote tho slan d.;roiia letter c.ncc rning Son Anto uio, haa puwly retracted iu the same paper tho worst part of his charges in a monly way. Tho Lioutonant has aeted wisely, for he wan under ar rost, and would have been conrt murtinled. As it is he has boon re leased, and it is rnoro than probable that notliing more will be heard of tho matter. Wo clip tue aboro from tho San Auluub Lii'hl. Tho " namo paper' it refers to is not, as might bo sup posed, Lieut. Bullous home paper in Now York, to which he wrote his let. ttr, but only tho San Antonio Times. which only of the papers of that city published tho letter. The Express and tho Light were too discreet to publish it, knowing that in the main it was bo full of truth that if they published it thoir charge of slandor would fall flat. Ballou's main charges are not only notoriously triv, but actually matter of rocord in tho courts and the oftice of tho attorney gencrul of tho State. Nevertheless it appears from the above that he was put undfar arrest and threatened with a court-martial in ordor to coerce him into a quasi retraction. Clearly it was but an ther manifestation of tho despotic intolerance of freo discustion on the t part of the leading influences of in Antonio, one of the clmrgos irought by Bullou, of which corrob orativo evidence was thus furnished n appears to have been done by iu- ucmg thoso lngti in tliQ u. setv ico to co-operate. If this bo ho, who- ver thoy are, or of whatever rank, as an American citizon, we nra heartily ashamed of tliem Tho act, by who- evor dona or couniuti-incau, woum have doiio discredit oveu to Bismarck. After all, tho truth remains, and . , T 1 San Antonio is suffering and will con tinue to sulTr in tho loss of tho better class of immigrants, and in countless other ways. She cannot brazen it out in this way. Let her repent and reform, and in time she may find favor with good people, but not before "When Elizabeth Stuart Phelps goes to heaven sho will leave "The Gates Ajar" for tho benefit of all her good littlu roaders. Picyune. V.x Senator Harrison, as crandson of his grandfather, may bo tho choice of Indiana as Kepublienn caniiunuo for President, but the sons of their fathers have failed so Bignally that there is littlo hope of success for .'rmid.soiis. Ft. Woilli Gazette. Clnn Rnnlantrer. who. yesterday. took pains to coiuo to the French Chamber of Deputies in an open car riage, received the applause which he expected. Some of the French class es would m.iko a hero out of a jump ing iack if they could find nothing else. Cincinnati Enquirer. l?irnn Currier ie. tho American mil lionaire, has hastened to apply the sui plus gained from protection to tho purchase of ft big castle in Scot land. That's tho way tho American laborer is nourished by the tariff. His wifrps uro reduced and his masters buy big estates abroad N. Y. Star. IiKlicteil Saloon Men. Tho wholesale indictments return ed by the grand jury against saloon keepers of the city for selling intoxi cating liquors to minors showed ll.it llint body heeded carefully thecln. - made to them bv J.l.lire Auou.ili at i -fining of their labors. The action of the trraud jury is not view- id at ull favorably bv the liquor dealer, of tho city, and the Sin An tonio LiqKT IK'ideri' Association i-viuci-s a dispoMtiuti to coutht the charges pnfetre.1 against their tuem Imis. Express. Hamilton Arq.iitb-d. Jnckn-n. Miss. April 21. The jurv in tlic celet.n.Ud iuurd r ch of 1'ofonel liuni::. n which ins let- on tri tl nt Brii.dc n. Las ntnrxe 1 a I v, rlict of tint Liilf t. (V n.-l l!an ,'..ti 1 I r,i r I! Jr., t.iii lt fi'i m ti.. .1? ri I at the li-ic ' : r ini i ir iriii.i. in'-- t--.M-.-' o'. tin. tr .-.l !. ,;rt w o it f :1- :-Vtti-.ri J'T j'-ur. (tvii! i "1 "i -tnrt- bi r ri.ir,r ujn'U toOK.it ri:. t n. Tti f-i l'.e M t r.niv. r f 'r r-fr." r 1 II .... It m nt t'.v ';"u OiHl , .i wt.n! !:.'.(' t :i 1 n 1 l 1 .-. f "1 fv ,-,.. i 1 .,- 1. 1 1 v l.. I r ; .'- J L.ti Jru tl.- .Kiv t t-j t. rn-. Ici.;- I liferent I a totkf A Wit ted. TLi Scotih Oto Kno which you n xoiitlv uikiitlmii-J iu aouueeliuu with ly u.mo. U umnuf4Cturea l.y me ivwo i. ,..f .-tiir,..l l.v lha Hootch O.tl Ko.-. Co., W Fulton St.. N. Y.. M; r.kuowatoth.dro,: UaJ. a. rrliubl. bunant, truthrul Md. I ondn.Umt , i It any iraU U .t lilorty to tnk o.l mU ftmtifin uudrr a different um. Tb CowprtD referrod to tnto that It tu dlicofsr-xl ty well-knowo pbjKloInu, of Conii. tiout, wbocod hiiuwlf by uieiMK, of a v-Ta ntrek of prrtlyt; ana that it U protu-d from oaU alone, by din filiation according to Dr. Ilm-klnnd'o forum la, which they prlut on tho bottln. They .wirt thM they bnr tboiuud of titlmon. iuU, uot only of ienMu who ho Uen cur eJ of Ihe wont oerioun nerrou-i disfMe. but of thomund. of iihy.lei .nn. certifying to ll Huccemiful u in prwetiee. They cUiiu that it allay iu and cunnoii rontful loep, tbnt it i a cortuiu and spnedv cure for varlons nervous dinturbancea, aud brain and uorve dinen-wi, micb tu lusomnia, some form of li.mmitr. nenndula. rhouoitttinuraud arn4- ysii; that it glvon prompt rliof to victim of the opium, luorpbiue, cuiorui ana ftTipatiton, aud all who euffur from me u-.e of aedativM, narcotic, unodyur-a or itiuia lants, euiibling thnm to give up tbulr habit r..l nuMklllv attiia freedom without any In un..;...,PO i.nur-. that it ii ft culmer i ..I .1. im ' tho barit Of all bruin aud iwnre Ixxii, curntiyefi, roBtora tiven and tonicn: that it hi8 the most deidr able (uiilili.-e ft a laxative, and finally that be-.id.-s tlia virtues, it is entirely bftwilen and its use is followed by no craving or ftp potito for increase or loufc-er use. Tbcy state that it contains a large portion of phos nliorin in a sjluble or assiniilnble form, which gives it great virtue as ft brain and nerve food; and "nU-neavft," tue pnucipic po culinrto oats, which dves it tonic aud heal- in., nronortios. aud lartly, "lxskine," the principle in the hull of oats, whiuh gives its laxative qualities. I aia fully pruparad by my own exper :, .. In;tl. ri.n.r.rltiililfl feinodv. to ftC- r-fut theso stutcmcntt as true. It has n 1 1 li t c n uu . u - doubtcdly saved and prolonged my lite, aua i , ...rr,i..,l i,n, dlmiY-il miraculous relief from ir..i.. It .tinblod me in mr very wcuk condition to abandon tha use of morphine, and bus Riven mo ontiro rolief from nor XnnWmin. I roiitinue to VOUnllDn nuu wvi i.... - ueo it ns ft tonic and daily experience ib.' boncflts. I ouly une it as a sopontto wueu cough isaggwvfttnd by iuflainntiun result- In" from cold. When a weak invalid who suffers from a wasting disease begins tho ukc of moriiUiuo. bis days are numl.ersd aud uro days of torture as this nwful drug, tli veritable Wucheiiid of the Phariuaco- pocia, soon carries bnu into the chamber of terror and death. I would not go bark to the seemingly hopelosn, suffering condition of mind oud body from which I v.-ca deliv ered bv Scotch 0 ;ts Essence, without the knowl.id'O of that remedy, for the whole world. I urKe ull who milter from any form of nervous disturbance, irritation, disorder or diseaso to v.i" this preparation, and I earne-.tly advise u'.l cousuiuptivos, all in de olinii!R health, all who are losiiiR iu weiubt and failiuj,' i" strength, to use it as a tome, ami when necessary, m a sloop producer. Physioinns dispense seditives, carcot ius and atiodyuos vary roluetautly, and only when their nie is Htronly indicated, iu.leed anocossity. With Scotch Outs Esseneo at hand to prevent and subdue all unpleasant effects thay can now use those drugs with less unuei'Ucuty and apprehension. Physi oiaus will notobjoct to tho experimental use of woll recommended preparations whioli tuej Lave rfiiiBon to believe harmless when the patient is suffering from an insurable dis- finan. or ono which thf-v can alleviato only by the use of severe drns. I commenced the use of tnorphiue because it was strong ly indicated and I had every reason to be lieve I would live but a short time, All my symptoms pointod to an early demise. At length I became innit wrot. hed In mind and body, and being too weak to give up .luilv nllnwunee of moruhine. which I bad to iucreas.) from timo to time, I was in despair, whon I sw in the New York World tho report of a London physician, a dnWuts to the Int.:i national Medical Con gress, and a lending authority iu diseases of the brain aud nerves, strongly recommend ing the remody uudor mr;ntion. Ho doolartd Scotch Outs Essence to be one of the most important discoveiiosmade by medicul science, that it was the most valuable of ail remedies' for sleeplessness and all nervous troubles, that he himself U3ed it lr.rgoly in his practice almost to the entire exclusion of the old drugs, and that its use was recommended by the French Academy of Medicine. Upon this I procured a supply aud ob nin,rl instant relief. I have since bad no trouble from want of sleep or nervousness, nor do I apprehend any liaiut or appetite oy reason of nnv use of tho new remedy, as I am satisfied from practical tests, as well as the assurance of others, that it does uot cre ate any. The most unpleasant effects I have felt from its use, are slight heidnehes aud dis tressing ilre .mis. resulting from excessive dooe. To avoid thtso troubles one bos ou ly to rod'li-c the dose- I havo now given aiu.-rer. tli t" nent r.t tuv gioa nirxune ami tf-pi rii-nce. and ran ouly say to tliem, Cro aud do likewise. I out well awa:e of the danger of us:ng ukimwn r 'ptntions, aud partii-uirly. l,n r.,r lirim fuuI nerves, ail of which so far as I kuow, contain tho mot d.mqer- ous dnis.-s. an 1 niaiiv of which m tb-ir lir nt virtue to t oewue, wbn-h Is a ter .le iniii J. ii. J i.u-vc poisou wiiru improp- 1 Tt .1 .nivr.ini Kf:!i tit ilte- iwn-e with the wrviccsof phyu Lm. Host vp eoiiTiun.iuy a-e iii'-mv-ivi q know i:iH what to cure themselves of i. v k-iow not Lnt. wlii. h is to sav the I -.. h ii--.r .l..u rrm. c iitii. It is sife.t m.l 1.1 t . r .fr- i 1 Ih. nirvst ivittiOTiiiiMl .x. tore r t-pm the phv:rnn. He nn-1 r-l .t ir. 1. a rile, the chnr.M-t. r .f th di. v.r.,Un tl.e trcV.M.ut aath'-Rz. I i Ir-l.,,.,,r.l .;:tht.T.. l -ilint nd! iij.tju. t ? t; pr -l ViWu tbc I bv. j li. -.nu w !. cn n, i:Ih r c-,r r.r r. i:-r.. t'. .vie'.t cm th.-n tl. r tr:py nnib r i r.yv.-wn..r.t;oii:rU.tu -tjn-u - tl." -.! 1 44 neli.l cm!.--. II.- mnj tr-:1 !- "i r-''--T r.n-.T t '..;'-'u. t.-i J-il't. -:'u rcrivn n-I--.r. I. it rt.kvit W tirt h; -.i-l-in r i i to J;;t .-'. . , ..... .. -.j - - -v- I r- t i r '. i.T .-! t i--nz 1 H ."'t U' r ! I,-rT i i'.i TI V- -:l.l Uf in r ! f r I : ! i. -it f - "i . - e i .,. wuao I Ui uii J Uui; U ; j jiu, with r inimico ..... . , . .uM tUm J hiM JJffifc flJLUr ((J fct wuUlU ( tbo it u"d ,1(ftril nlT pm).er 1 ur M "0w"('Br" uearuw, - . whro blinded by pridn, vanity and evil doaireft to ..TyT.o-lly; but I was cured by the Oreat 'Wat sinner who tun.,,! to Chrl-t . - " . . ....l. .nt.limi aud wilvft au. iouiiu iiium-"." -i - --. aWsi,.k nuto death., here la. -. - I say to mil, "Us ana u Absolutely Pure. . i A mnital nf RUritV, pellilon.ith .h. mulliiudrol lorvli.'hor vrclKht alum or phrnphMe pow.itr.. Kont BiKlMO PouH On.. 108 Wull St.. H- T. THE HUNT & BOOTH NEW HAY PRESS. SIMPLEST, CHEAPEST ASD BERT IN THE MARKET FOR THE MOSEV. Costs Only 875 ! Scud for circulars to HUNT & BOOTH, S;n Antonio. - - Texas. Hiffke&t Market Prices Paid for MAI AMUliHAiri. nir S3, 3ia NEW AEHANGEMEKr ! Would rosjioclfully inform his friends and the public that hti h:is removed his Grocery Store To larger ijuarters on tho east side of the Pnlilw, Snnr.ro .where lift will continue to -letA in Ktuplo and Fancy (.'.roceries, Fruith, Cm- dies, etc. one mm u cull nun icar.i nis prices. He further begs to give notice that in connection with his Cirocery he has also oi.eued a NEW TIN SHOP in the came buiilditiR, havinj pur chased the outfit of Mr, Owuby. B.'ing hinnolf a pructicalT inner, Mr. Wolf will Rive his personal attention to all orders in this Hue. All Job Work and Kcpairinj will reccivo piomot attention. Gntteriuf and Roofing a Specialty, batisfuctiou guar anteed, fblCtf TUB TIME AX D TUE PLACE! m beqs. s mmi, (Succei-or5 to Orceu A Co ) HAVE A 3IAUMF1CEM STOCK OF DRY GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES, -AND- GROCERIES. Are Now Offering SPECIAL ATT1UCTI0XS ! At Especially Attractive Frict-6. call and.sek r. EXT DOOR TO H'.iST SAT'L BANK. DENNY BROS. & ANDREWS. Sua Marcus, Tux. W. H ROBBING, i. - l m Z tr" , w j THE OLO RELIABLE" U ATCHMAKijK TTT T '1 tTT.TT? UJ fcXlX4l, '( OPT ICI A. 1ST , ni irt rr u , trmit ,r -,TAn- TC . w-ttt-C. vtttttt Ul-VUa.Ot rtlUUUO, JjTjVVXjIj- RY. SILVEF.WASE, FANCY G03D3 AND K0TIOX3. :nrt M'E OF Til tLAZk. .H icat touted n repm'Hl- ei wot I to tjirt n:Vfa itrtn. or if .'I'iift tji r jr. j FOR SUrERIOR JOB PRINTING CoUI TO lrI FREE TKHSS OFFICE. North Ride Pla. , CARDH . . DRAFTS . . CIRCULARS . . BILL HEADS , , NOTE HEADS . , RECEIPT BOOKS , . LETTER HEADS . STATEMENTS . . INVITATIONS m , CHECKS . . NOTES . . TAGS . . ETC . V THE SAME FLY. liul lhl tlnio it l jidio', I'hiMioii mill Miwen' lri Triiiiinlnit, Kreuoh liartwn nt i oi-ntJ, .inrrii KI0IU6 Hue 01 ra-B. tDluroiueri'u nuuc our. CONTINUES TO MOVE But I am Still at Whore I expect to continue to keep a. good stock of SADDLES and HARNESS Such as Everyone Wants. I 1 T n.nt:.,,. in 'sin- K-v... oll f of nrA iv-inlrA nr mnrft I J-. tt. PORTER. SiN MARCOS, TEX. ' Petlert In All Klnd of SKIriQLES, SASH, Whit3 Pins Weathsrbsarc'in?, Whits Pine Beaded CeilE, EVEIITHISG IS 111EIR LIXE ALWAYS OX HAXV. J Lumbar Dressed to Order. OFFICE AND YARD Near ths Railroad JDepei I ED. 3. L. G1.EE.V, J. W. UEUXDOX. pr.iT. VICE IdUI. E. L. TIIOM.VS. Ci.nit. First National Bank Cip:tal Stoc Pii Up, - 80X09. ksMr'uid C2?;;2l, - - 250.000. j lf;.'. -f X"rhaitTA. Fi-.r. lurUTtoti mm MkKClOkl. 1 ffr.TTi J O Trmrs. K rrr H v.w. 4 .ymM l-. i. 1. .. . y ri'r ! old at;) siFi:s . Vrlnimerl tv I'liiriinrut-J llcli. Value r WtUiel fcf - mi snii'i'ii ni it coin. L.irgo mia ri.n , .u .uii,p. DAILEY & BRO. the Same Place DOORS, BUNDS; ' .. if 411 Orders Promptly orl M. T. C HAST A IK. 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