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ISAAC H. JULIAN, Sdltsr (AN MA.ROOS, TtiXAS. TJIUKSDAY, MAY 10, Ifhfi. .m.tHD WIKII.I AHU BNTWirD AT THK ronrorrins t sun havx, tmaii, a mso. OHD OLAMM MATTUI. I RATE3 Or 8U1MVB1PTI0S. n nar. In iilnDOt I Hi nioutui. 11 1 fTVr millilllM. 11 Tla boT rte luoludo th propnjniont of pontao by o. mji copiei u w Hin(lo oopie 6 ceut. I In on Mond.j to ! lr.ion in. .... k,ai4 all ! tlatm! m1" bat latar UiO WdiM Boon. ro,iTil OTininlo.llo pub1lihd tn ...i mt aceomnanlta II, not torptib- Hellion Mnl but for or koo.m and prolMlloii. ' ANNOUNCEMENTS. rOB BRl BlWENTATIVIt, IHhT CIBTIUCT. ...i....L.l i announce T10N huiub nil...-. " . . nEOHOK T. Mc:(iKnKEr.ii(lllwfor r election lo the otnoe or iioprenenuHiTn .u tin KIM lofliylMnro. io wo of tlie Democratic contention. The governor of Gnonajuito hnB forbi1i1on bull fitfliting. Seo artiolos "Lunntio A.nyam Mia miinf-emnlf on first and wcond popes. Toraplo Houston will be tbe orfi tor of dedication day at Austin. Jnst tbo man for tbo placa. Tho Metbodist gonornl conforoneo refmod the admission of women wbo Lad reported as lay dolegatea. The recent "confabulation" in the United Statoe Sennto between Iugalls and Voorbeos will add no laurels to cither. " For Stato" Treasurer tbo Ornnge Tribune cornea out squuroly for Oon. llonry E. McCullocb, a'ubjoct to the nominating convention. Tho amou nt to socuro the construc tion of tho Aransas Taos and Austin railroad, it is said, has beon bub erribed. fj,, year was taken up and pansed in tho House of RcpreHontativoR, on Friday laut. The amount appropria ted is $80,280,000: Tho raanagomont of tho M. K. & T R. R. have enjoined Jny Gould from onoraline the International on tho ullegod ground that bo bos failed to fulfil bia contract with them. Other engagements and a proneuro of job work tbiB week havo excluded teditorial commont on various topios wo bad in view, among which was a rojoiuder to Bror Oanfiold, oi tho Expross anont Liout, Bullou on Sou Antonio and kindred topioa. AU in good time, however. ' "We are under special obligations to Representative Ellison for having procured for ub tho exoollont and timely lottor to bo found in our col umna summarizing the acts of tho extra sossion. It will be read with interest. 1 We wish also to expross our thanks to Representative McGohoo for a printed programme of the dedication celebration, of which we givo a fium niary all that our epaco will permit. We were nlmont ready to conclude that editor Harris' demand for an investigation of the construction of the State Capitol had no just founda tion. Rut we have reliable informa tion from Austin that bis objections were well made ; that tboro is much dofective work on the building ; and that money has beon froely usod to nociue its acceptance. However this inny be, it has been accepted all tho FOine. Time will tell na to the real facta, but it will then be too lato to Beeure tho ends of justico. From Austin -Leplxlative. Austin, Tex n, May 7, ISSS. F.d. Fiiee Fniws: Tho called bob sion ef the twentieth legislature is progresiing well with the subjects which the governor debignatcd for tLeir lcgmlation. O .fttill.llu'. r'v .... v.. v-.'v. .v. The House of Rcpressntatives have that purifie and two visiting mem ..... ... . i i in i . r i paired a bill appropriating $1,500 for the purpose of paying tho greatly die trefased bchool teachers. The bill pmej the Iloubo several diys ego and met with tbo concurrence in the tV'.a morniug and is now wait ing lire signature of tbo governor, iw it will soon bo a law in rfict. llonsebill no. 1. reducing Ute tax frora 23 ctcU lo 1C rtnli on t jo one Lnndred dollrr, pse J tLo II.nsr cTriI days Inc, but was tuicndc i ra tLeSo-nitey a rtih Um 10 t 12 cctts for this jcj- j 1 f. r text xd tQCceel'ZZ vtart ! Dcut. In tcy op:!oa lb livw Hjs vi'i e a r-rcar in I be Sri.! :cfr .la-ttt. priatiouat ThellouHe .las' roducrxl the Sonata bill for tho State Kc'onmv lory from $(55,000 to 23.000. Tho orphan's borne bill originating in the Senate: wit ft $1,000,000 appropria lion, the Ilouse reduces to $15,000 Tho Oeologicul bill which has oon Bumodsoiuuch fitno in disoussion was reduced In appropriation from 25.000 to 15.000 upon the amoncl meat offered by tbo member from vtur district, Llliton. Senato appro priutions aro calculated to meet with similar eflocta. The tux bill passed by the IIous redacoa tho state tax ovor one million dollars and tho appropriation bill and otl.ur bills proposod foot up as fol lows: Oonoral appropriation N. Tox. inbano osylum 201,OGO.OO 1 50.000. 00 S. W. Tex. asylum Orphan's Home 150.000.00 15,000.00 15.000.00 Oeologicnl Bnrvey Furnishing now cnpiroi 200,000.0 J Deficiency to pay teachers 504.000.04 Total 1,328,000.04 T!io pnm Bpprr.priitol or rocom- muudud by tho JIouso committees will amount to 31,325.000. Tho re- roporta of tho Btato treasurer ehow tho cash bnlanco on hand April 1, 1883 $1,9:10,787 and some cants. Tbo indomuity fund from tho U. S. $927,- 000, making a total in ourstate treos- ury of 81,857,787.94, So it will bo Been that after making tho abovo op propiiatiorB uid rodnoing tho stn'e tax tho preBont yenr over ono million dollars, wo will then Iiavo a cash bal ance loft in our Btato troasury of $1,- 52'.).727.32, which shows a hotter fi nancial condition for Texas than any othor state in this groat Amorican Union. An overflowing troasury, her capitol, hor charitablo institutions and tor schools and amplo provisions mode for tbo payraont of school teach ers. ' The prcHent legislature, at its ogu'.ar rossion, by itu economy, judi cious appropriations and amending tho tax laws, and for tho future ae HeflBtnont baa brought about this proBporlty. Tho body as a whole should be proisod for its hard wor(c. Tho two members from your district will coutinuo to do thoir duty to their people. At all times in their soata, sober and industrious. Not desiring to mako my communication too As ever your ob't servant. Capital. The MniiAifonuiiit of tho Jnsaiio iu Texas. dii. denton's rArrn. For plain langnago, void of anabi qnity or circumlocution, this papor oxcoIh. Whilo we commond it to our roadors for its eouudneBS and practical value, wo blush to know that the ontsido world will boo in it nnlv a and commentary on tho intelli gence of t he people of this groat State. Dr. JJunton Bliows Mint during tno tlrirtv voars. sinco tho foundation of j i hn StiLl.o Lnnatio AhvIuiii. fiftocu changes of Superintendent havo beon made, and, with pno or two excep tions, by removal by tho Oovoruor; and says "all thoBO changcB have beon made without tho nHsignmont of n nincla canHO. or tho nreformont of D ' " 4 a Binglo charge, so far as tho record bIiows. By way of contrast, and ob uhowing tho consistency (?) of onr blcHBod Governors that rare jo wol ho might hove cited tho fact that in tho only instonco iu which chnrgosof a "rave nuture bad boon noforrod ngain6t a Snporintondont, and a vor dict of guilty (in part) roturnod by tho Board; tho only inatanco whore, in tho opinion of a majority of the ooanl, "good ami sullicicnt causo fnr rnmovn.1 was thoiin-ht lo exist, no removal followed; but clmngos in the composition of the JJoard followed, as plentifully as "autumn leaves in tho full." It will bo scon, bv roa.lim? tbo rro- . j . ( , i readings of tho Austin District Mod ical Society, that as no outcome of Dr. Donton's paper, a roBolution was ndoptod, asking tho co operation of tho Statu Medical Association in on effort to procuro tho passage of a law to remedy mo great evil com plained of in tins papor, and wincu is patent Doubtlons action will be had on the resolution, at U.ilveston, when the Journal will huvo some thing to sny on the aubjoat. Daniel's Texas Medical Journal. Alliance ItcH()ln11on). At the last meeting of Comal Co. Allioneo at Auhalt. April (Ub. the committee on political resolution?, in concert with delegates troiu Kendall i lli;Ani..t ..t..tln 1 1 . .,l.i.-f r 1 f ir bcrs from Blanco county, the follow ing resolutions were passed: U'Ai'iriJ. The Farmers' Allianeo is not a political party, but recognizing that they must havo recognition in cur l-'gislativfl departments, and U Acrid, It is nppari-Et tbet our laws are made Kolcly for corporation uyn.licntfi and c:ij .tl g m-rally. to t';c diriment cf tbo laboring classes, ll.f k frro ba it IU kT'i. 11. at we act a t'.';:rn with all otters Laving liie interest in :'rt;rg t.iJi mn f-.r oflicc r. ar tru; lo '. nr cva aa J irtiTCt-.J :n ' Mrr.o. i : for t'sia purpose cn.l mis J jiK-tt-ns in cviu.iy .u cr K-'iff j M 1, f c. c..rij oti i.1! . r. I f m :,.;,!. ati 1 ?.' t.i';r.:'.e sr. i In-.Ht i.;ii!n .t tii i i.i -.-- l:i (T lArw'in in nnv con volition that may bo called by said fanners, stockraia- era and loborors, oitlior county, ai trict or etate conventions, recom mending that nono but conservative determined won, irrespective of par ty, bechoson, and that all of us wil attend aaid mass-meetings. 1,'iMttlreil That the aocretarT ol Comal county Alliauco furnish a copy of tlioao rcBolutions to the Southern llerourv. News and Post of Dallas, Snnthwcut of Fort Worth and Toxaa VnrwHrlH of Austin, for nnblioation, reqnoHting also all papors friendly to our causo to copy same. In connection with tho above wo urn infnrmA.l that A number of ablo and prominont Allianeo members to gether with men from all partios, re nnntlv mot in Northern Tcxai. who, after earnest dolibcrations, conoludod to issuo a call to hold a Citizens oon ontion (or wlmtovor namo thoy may giro to the child) for tho purpose of solecting candidates, irrespccuve,pir Hnn extant such candidates to ropre Bont tho laboring a. c. the producing class in our legislative nans ana to advocato tho paasage of such laws as aro in hormouv with the principles of tue Alliance. Transfers of Real Estate From onr lout report to dale. J W Tobln to AtnbroM O Duty, 13-100th of an acre in Kyle, 540. W O IIutohinHon to Tbon. R Foarqnrein, 23 i acrci T J CharobcM Ibbruo, f 150. fti Tboi. H Fourmrinn toMrsAugnsta Miinar CO aoroa Juan Veroruondi longue, $3,000. Tbos. U. Fourqnrean to I) It Cooronm ZUj naren, T J Cuambsri league, f'SM). Chan, H llaa and wife to Mrs. S B Kona, lot 8 blk 12, San MurcoB, $'.100. J II Nalhorland. ndm. Harah Hallie est. to Mm. E Flournoy, 1-6 intoront in 'J3 aorei Wtn. Van Horn surrey, $250. Chan. Snobtjobon to Ju'.uius Saobtloben.ICO norci CIihh. Haontlubon proimption, $175 J It Loator nud wife to S MoClellan, lot 4 bile UUnn MnrooR, $100. Louis Ilonno to Auaust Ublbrich. part of lot 7 blk 7, Shu Maroos, $1200. JukUii Glonnowinklo to Wilbelm Glonuo winlilo, part of EHnanrizar grant, $100 J Harnb A Burtohor to It L Watson, 160 ooron Ed. Fitznimiuons Biirvoy, $'J00. Jamtm Yatog and wifo to Mrs. O A Mackin, lot C blk 10 Young's ad- Kylo, 7S. W O HutublHou lo E S Maokin lota 1, 2, 8 and 4, blk 5 kiv. A Ocmotory grounds $10 Wultor Stovenson and wifo to W It Simoook 7ai;ro8 7, Hiuton Kurvoy, SII.COO. S M Hoard to O U Parke 192 aorea patout No, W, $210. O Q Parke to S M Hoard 12 aoros patent 9li, $210. H E Barber and wifo to W D Wood, lots 1 and 2 blk 4 Uarbcra addition to San Mur cos, 270. W D Wood to Mrs. Lizzie Wood, lot 1 bih 4, Harbor's ad. Sau Muroos, $1. L S Itoss, governor: to W O HutehiAon, ns- BignooofH. &U. lt'yjuo., i tu aoros mir vov No. 1. L 8 IIohs. oovoruor. to O Q Parke and S M Hoard aKsifjuoes of G. O. Jc H. V. ll'y Co., 3t(l aorea aur. 1, llaj'3 Oo. L S Hog to O O Pnrkc, und li M Hoard, aHsiueos of Mm, M E Andrews, 12-0 acros sur. 1, Hays Co. S K Punlov to Kobt. Click. 110 acres on Onion Crotk, $500. 8 M Heard and wife to Juo. W numdon, J iutorent in C1G5 ucros in Haya Co, J M. J A. 13 V. ond W b Tbompiiou and J K Tucker lo tbo Tuuiuigou una luoaer Lnmber Co., part of blk 19 IJantrop, I t 2 blk 20 Kylo, and lot 4 of blk 12 Lock liart and 2 S5-100 aoros Loukhart, $335!). J E, J A, U F, and W B TUompaou and J E Tucker to the Xuukor ana inonipaon Luinbor Co., j interest in part of blk 31, Lockbnrt, lots 1, 2 and 10 blk 2 and lota 1 add 2 lu blk 5, Kyle, $10. J A Wren, sheriff, to T J Qoforth.100 ooron abs 285, $7.3u. J A Wron, sheriff to T J Qofortb 100 acres abB 285, $1.38. Win. Glonnowinklo to Justin Glonnewinkle, 150 acros iu Hays and Coinul counties, $1200. Jos. Gladue to C S Cock, lota 3 and 4 blk 1 Mouutain City ad. can Marcos, $100. G Tenbroock, B Gardiner, F Brown, jr., Catboriuo M Cnghlau, M O Brown and O W Miliatn to J H BrinHliurwt and Bterl- lug Fishor, J intorost in N J of 010 ooeos in tho Fronois Browor grant. S MoClollun and wifo to.J A Smith, lot 4 blk li Mountain City ad. to Han Maroon, $55. J W Herndon to John M Cape, C3 acres Barley traot, 1500. J H BifiK" and wifo to N C Sehlnnimoiflots 4,13,5 and 12 blk 3, Simcook's an to Kyle, 135. D A Nanco and wifo to 8 M Heard, part of f.u-m lot 15, $2100. 8 V Wilson to N K Paris i interest In lot 5 blk 15, San Marcos, $25. J G Burleson to E Sunderland, part of Jno. Tbaris sur. $ii. F W Iidtort and wife toll D Gruono 427 acres Win. Cook firaut, 1000. E Bnnderlaud and wife to 8 E Moss, J acre Kylo, 110. Mary A Carpentor and .husband to W O Hutchison 7 acres P J Allen lonRue $150 h M PugRcr to A M Dugger 300 acres Elijah Clark sur. 300. Ira II Eviins, agent and att'y in fact to II Hollnian, ltw 11, 12 aud 13 in block 5 Kylo, for $315. M L Watson and wifo to W C IUy, 10 acres on Barton Crock for $400. Sheriff Deed to 8 L Pcrum, 10 acre, Z Hiuton surroy for cost of court for $50. Ed A Christian and wife to Matilda Chris tian, lots 3 and 4 in 1 1 n-kfi. MitcheU'tMO- ond aldition to S M lor $3,100. K J 8Vd! and if and J Gorlon Br,wn to Kail Krioint-r. 5i attes Aibt-rt race nrTy for $l.-'i2.o. J C Bocers to The- Wiilinms. ir aorei T W II Fornjth ntvcy for $4'.m. T.ix lood nnknown pwuor to Vr J II C'oaib. 33(1 aTes Lewis O Uibb tarrcy far $7..0. Stcphun McCleMan and w'fe to Tho C Joh. on, lot 1 blook 3 CviBo'.d's addition to t M fi-r $2".'. Fannie Yonnjj to Ijzzio K Itr. lrt 6 block f. Yonns'a ad liti n to Kj'.e f ir $J.V H:rbpl. AUon nd Lcn.'M Jecea to T II CIot.t and JUsoora Ltc'I Iot S and llxk P L4 II a.ldition tj 8 M for f '.rO. J W Gr?n ami wif tJA Smith. 3" ff-t off of Iri 3 block f 11 C JJ lion to It M for $1". Jcoh emr rd ml' e H l Ora-!. acrji Crcch crrpy Uj Co f.-r Ti d-.l ti T II G"..-TrT f a.-rr Jt'..a F.r t.r nn.-; for tiojk. in tbt c'- oi I W Yomr'X, T II Ei;i.n t-j W P U.l. lb Mt Kt of l:t'. Ivkii-.i. n.rt'jt.J pV-".:c i"ir. sii'-f TtK ! st tj r -'.'r. : ( tL ; ni::t cf C ... n '": t I- riCi e-.d m.ie t TI tVr'i T.i- ;:...- '-;--' A -.j -- l. :. II. 1. : t li rf li F d to V fr i A Smith to Robt A 1'ieree, lot 4 and 35 feet oa of lot 3, blk 6 M C id to 8 M for flou. F P Danelly to Ann KenieU, J of ao aero in Kyle for $50. Jamei Hbelton and wife to T O ani Oid Q Johnson, COO acres Otis O. Eols and Juan Arunudonio surveys for $7,140. W E Moore and wifo to Waller Stovenson. 87 acres, a part cf tU Z. llinton sarv ey no 12 fo $3,045. 8 E Johnson and wife to T E MoElroy, 1 acres in Dupra for $30. E Abrenbaok to 0. O. Weems and N K Far- Is off the front ol lot 4 blk 12, B M, for $50. J A Hraith and wif to J T Lewis, lots 1 and 2 In blk 3 in M C ad to 8 M for $250. O U Esolla to Marv J Avny, lot 3 blk 1 Ezolle's ad to H M for $75. Bopef Bvrna to Tim Byrne, lot 7 blk 8, 8 M for $0057.40. J A Wren, sheriff, to II ESholly, lots 9 and 3 blk 12, Dupre for $Gh Lulinfr. Moy 9lh. 1888. Heavy rains yosterday eveninB and soma hail, raining again last night and fine out look for more this morning. Luling la qnita undomonssrative ovor the railroad prospeot, but le satisfied that hor future is to be bright. The grange store has taken more commo dious opartments nd tho Alliance store Is sottled down hard by the Rrango. Will Itidoout ban managed tho grange business rery successfully. Tbo merchants goner ally oarry largo stocks hero. Joan. DYSPEPSIA Caosea Its victims to be mlsorable, hopeless, confused, and depressed In nn Tery rriu, ble. languid, and drowsy. It Is a dlscaee whichSoV. not get well of Itself. It require, careful, persistent attention, and a medr w throw off tho cause, and tons up the dlgah tlvo organs till thoy perform their duties willingly. Hood's Barsap&rllla ha. provon Just the required romedy In hundreds of cosea, I have taken Hood's Barsaparilla for dys pepsia, from which I have suffered two years. I tried many othor medicines, but none proved so satisfactory as Hood's TnoMAB Cook, Brush Kloctrlo Ught Co., JIow York City. Sick Headache "For the past two years I havo been afflicted with severe hcadachos and dyspop sla. I was Induced to try Uood's Saraapa rllla, and havo found great relief. I cheer fully rocommend It to all.",. Mas. K. V. Ajoiable, New Uavcn, Conn. Mrs. Mary C. Smith, Cambrldgcport, Mass., was a sufferer from dyspepsia and sick head ache. She took Hood's Barsaparilla and round it tho best remedy she ever used. ; Hood's Sarsaparitla Sold by all druf gtsta. 81; six for 55. Mada only by O. I. HOOD 6 CO., Lowell. Mass. IOO DO803 One Do!!ar BANK STATEMENTS. T) EPOllT of tho condition of tho Glover LV National Bank, at Sau Maroos. in tho Htato of Toxa.?, at the clono of bnsinoss, May 30, ISf 8 : rawncw, Ijoims and discouuls $ 77,C!)-l CG Overlmrtn 4,fi31 07 U. 8. bonds to Becuro circulation 12,500 00 Due from approvod resorvo OKent Duo from othor National Banks. Dni frora State Banks and bauk cri lit in thiuto, fnrinture aud Cx- tnvnM. fiM 5 2ft 1,073 M 53-1 ;o 7,ono on Curront oxpetiKrS aud taxes paid 30 00 1.000 oo I'ri'iuiuius paia Checks and other cash items.'.. . Bills of othor bnks Fractional paper currency, nick- 1 n 1 2(55 00 5 Specie 10.113 00 Icrnl tnndnr note o,-tu iiu Redomption fund with U. 8. TroaHnror (ft por cent, oi cir- culotion) BC2 50 Total $122,005 91 LIAIIII.iriES. Capital stock paid in $ 50,000 00 Surplus fund 4.500 00 Undivided profits 2,838 11 National Bank notes ontKtandlug 10,750 00 Individual deposits subject to check B2.C30 6G Dno to other National Bauks.... U9H 00 Duo to State Banks and bonkers 801 14 Total $122,605 91 STATE OF TEXAS, oa Count op Hats. I, Tom H. Glover, Oashior of tho above named bank, do solomnly swoir that the abovo statomont is tt-ao to the beat of my knowlodgo ond bolief. Tom h. uloveb, uasnier. SubscriboJ and sworn to bofore mo this 22nd day of February. 1883. seal Steuliho FisiTEn, Notary Public. Hays Co., Tox. Correct Attest: J. V. HuTcniNS.) O. W. Dosalbos, Directors. D. A. Gloves'. ) KEPOUT of tho eondition of the First National Bank of San Muroos, nt 8an Marc jh in tho State of Texas, at the closo of business April 30, 1(88: BE30CBOM. Lonnsand discounts $140,080 fr, Overdmfts 3:H 77 U. S. bonds to socuro circulation 20,000 O0 Dne from approved reserve a-jents n.u.-. n Dne from othor National hanks. Due from 8t:ite baukuand loiik- cr Knal estate furniture aud fixtures 3,872 56 2,125 75 8.158 00 1.41V. 46 1.246 r.4 Current cxponos and tAies taid Premiums paid Check and other coh lten.s.... Bills of other banks 4.01.0 OO fractional pnper ourreucy. nick els and cents Specie L.V1 tender note lto-lcn-ptiou fund with V. 8. TtvasweT f " per cotit of cir culation) 21'J 25 7.S20 K) 9,0i7 oO Total tUBii.rrn. Ciptil stock fHii in 5 tO.OOU CO 5-;rp:i f m l .('" V Tn l:vi.ld pnifits 70 Ntni!ul ti.k nntoa onttaad-.Lg 1".CH1 O;1 DiviJtidi nnpid In.liTi.l-:-J dirnwiu ubi to ..j.,., C9.20 riaa to r.h.T Nv-.ocal Mai.... ." 33 I v.-, to St- mi4 bik-rt N.to c4 ti re-o;.'!cate4 ... Tri! -.2:5.. "0 I. r..U T3.. CM.pf Hi I ,w 4 if - i " '- --wt. t-T: "i l'r.k. i" wimfiT tiat ( ' .' ir, V',1 f ,,: 'jVf J I ari-. 4 Vr.rkai.ia. T-rmm, urkm ai t jTltitnttjllf Md tj' r lJ'iii -'jXlt f.''-' ' E I. Tb--, .. V v , i f-' ';M ' w 1-2 l '-iWlrltT-nht.fttn !.v .V,mi U i j i...a... jr7-f tL;- :idijj:-Tl-'- i 7sV -vjJ.:VtiJsSv! t ' Absolutely Pure. w. a.. ..... ..!. A model of tor I IT. Irenilb nd wholeomOM. Mr ooiioinlol nun lb oroioirj inoi, pllllon wllh h nmllUud ol low leit, horl wnlKht . , . . U ... Bnl.1 inv lit ran It. Alum or pnonpuaiw puwwwi-. ' ' . ' n. irui WhU St.. If. Y. IIOTAL OARlPli rwiB v" ' ----- THE HUNT & BOOTH NEW HAY PRESS. FirPI.EST, ClirAPKST AX1 ItEKT IX THE MARKET F0U THE X0NEY. Costs Only 75 ! Send for circulars to HUNT A BOOTH, San Antonio, - - Texas. Highest Markbt Prices Paid for HAY AND GEAIN. mr 29, 3d HEW ABBANdEMENT I ' j. s&Twoif , Would roapco-tfully inform his f rionds and the public that ho has romovod his Grocery Store To largor qnartom on the east aide of the rublic S(aaro,wliorc ho will coutinuo to dnl in Staple uud Fancy Grocories, Frnits, Can dies, etc. Givo him a call and learn his priooo. 3 To further begs to give notice tbut in connection with his Groocry ho baa also cpeut-d a NEW TIN SHOP in the Rome buiilding, having pur dinned tho outlit of Mr, Owuby. Bciug bijo-Mclf a practicnl Tinner, Mr. V'oH will f.;ivo his pervma! attcniion to uli nrdf-ra iu t'uiH line. AH Job Work and Kfpaliiii will receive pi-oiuut attoiitioii. Guttbrii't; aud Uoot'iug a Spuci.ilty. tJatiatai?tion guar anteed, fbllitf THE TIME A?' D THE VLACE! ill li 1 MS, (urcotinOTa to flroon 4 Go ) HATE A MAOSIFICEXT STOCK OF DRY GOODS, EV!OTiQ?J3, BOOTS and SHOES, -ASD- GROCERIES. Are Now Offering SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS ! At Especially Attraotivo PriceB. CALL AND;SEF U8. SEXT DOOR TO FIKST XAT'LHAXK. DENNY BROS. & ANDREWS. San Marcos, Tex. . . W. H. R0SB1NB, THE "OLD RELIABLE" JEWELER, )(- OPTIC IA 1ST , tod dctlrr la U sradet of CLOCKS, "WATCHES. JEWEL BY, SILVERWARE, FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS. KOSTn SIDK OF TUB FLAZi. AU gooil trar ranted an rcpresmt t J4tll icork to aire talisfaction, or money ri funned. CiT All cco.li w.ldns lo if not lover than can U l'ii-Lt cliic rLf-re in Tcx Piiesei-fii i . FOR SUPERIOR . JOB PRINTING COMR 10 TM FREE PRESS OFFICE. forth Side Plata. . CARDS . . DRAFTS . . CIRCULARS , . BILL HEADS . . NOTE HEADS . .RECEIPT BOOKS, . LETTER HEADS . . STATEMENTS . . INVITATIONS . . CHECKS . . NOTES . . TAGS . .ETC. TfflB SAME FliY... . . . ... . . . rr.i .l a... W.fnj. nr ITfilAr Put thin limn It I Ijullo.'. ChlMroirt na unto.- i rimrami una u. -- "-" , OrM.Trlininlii. Vrtuch Saiimin m M chid, Amorlcwi Sulena at U ooul. LrJ Una ut -firMou, u niaiiM line ol ran. Bniuroiunmu iiuuon. sua THE WORIiD ' I CUHTIfiUES TO MOVE But I am Still at Whero I expect to continue to keep a good stock of SADDLES and HARNESS Such as Everyone Wants. And I will continue to sell 'em low, sell 'em fast nnd make up more. or. m. porteb. SAN MARCOS, TEX. Dealers SHALES, m, Whito Pino We&therbsarSing, j Whits Pine Beaded Cefc EYERirnixa a ireir line always oy hapd- Lumber Dressed to Order. All Orders Promptly OFFICE AND YARD Near the Railroad Depot ED. I. L. GREEN, J. W. HERXDOX. rtIT. TICt TEEST. E. L. THOMAS. Ctsirr.. First National Bank or ? Htficoi. Cvi'-'SlrcVFaJ tp, - t C.C00. Ajtr.e:'.;cd Csr'-ta!. - - 250,000 juii i DAILEY & DUO. the Same Place, In AllKlndiol 00! IS, BLINDS; M. T. CHASTAIN; Hat f actarrr cf ' t MMl MU HHffi&i MalrrmM of AU Kind" AlUed ize ai.d lie paireA J Satifj(liAn liuArantlfd na r i W.n.. llai.Jr.fli. Wtrn4 ! t1r4l , !:. Sa 71 Marcos, Texas- . - v.- rt:ci iri .-" r-! ... l.r,r ."" . i j . -r. - ritix-:cT J f ..r t raa cxls rr H. HARDY & CO.