San Marcos Free Press. (San Marcos, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 13, 1881 Page: 1 of 8
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I. IT. JULIAN
MEMORIAL NUMBER--! I
SAN 'MARCOS HAYS COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 13 1881.
PUBLISHED EVEKY THCttSDAY II V
ISAAC a JULIAN
To whom all Letters should be Addressed.
Office Kflctbideol Plusa.
' RATE4 OF 61'llSCJtII'TION :
One year In advance
SIX tllllth " '
Ttitea UiOiitL. "
.. 1 16
RATES CP ADVKtlT'8INfl.
. One equaro. oi.e inanrtinn $1 00; eacb addition
al liirenl. ii under aim niomli 60 cent per tquare.
I mo. 3 mo. 6 mo.
1 1 1.60 4.00 6.00
t.OU I 8 00 10.00
6.Clf I N.OV j 11.00
T.Ofll 10.00 1 10.00
13 00 I 10.00 j SU.00
10.1(0 I 86.00 I A.) tit
BulneCrdi one inch or lent one year 18 00
Card ill Bueinea Directory ona year tl 00
Legal1 and Transient Advertieeinente will ba
charged One Dollar per aqusra (or the flml ln-
enlon and Fifty Cente per aquare for eacb addi-
tional tnaertlon. A eqtate U tbe apaoa of one
lucli. Fraoilonal tquare will ba counted aa full
Lteal and P-uilueie Notice will ba charged ten
'rent per line for tbe tint ineerllon anil eight
cent per line tor eacb additional inaertlon.
Announcing candidate torotBue county $ B.00
rorUiurioi or Bute olnoea 10.01
Obituary notice ot over teo Hues charged at
one-half advertlning ratea.
"QUICK bALES AND SHALL PROFITS"
ia our motto.- After long yean of aad experience
. iu the credit boaiuew we are convinced it ia bant
lor all concerned )o adopt the motto) "Pay a! you
go " We therefore offer our eutlre aoock of
which It complete in every depart menl for
CASH AT BED BOCK PRICES I
We prepared to aell It eaah aa Zote a tht Low
tut will not be undersold by ny home in the county.
Come along whileour xtoek la complete and don't
forget to biiug Hie Cab Mr. W. P. Irion la with
(it again and wilt be delighted to aee bia frleuda.
P. E. Turner &C.
AN ANTONJO TEXAS.
text to fourt House SOLE DAD
oept 16 3 mo.
J. W. C. Love
. Particular attention paid to Fine Watches.
U-'.asses fitted to all conditions of the eye.
Oliice North side Plaza tspt-l-ly
4i .'ia..i;fc: i Kit of
FLOUIt ILEAL & 3ULLSTUFFS
Xeir IJrtiainfcU Ttxita.
Corner of IIonRton and St Mary's Streets.
San Antonio. Texas
Jsae 89. 1S81. vle-aSl-tf
1 1 Data naid ll for Nrtle.
?ot arith tbe parptn of leaving title town wet
la order la Imprwre aay plaea ia tbe aaauuiaa
1 will aell very cheap far caa ary bcaae at4 lot
eiiarfedaoe black fraaa Ike psrlNc acjaara. Tbe
koaae baa M rtteae. fake beejta auMe aa4 .a-
T aeecaaarr t-baaiea. treed aba da aai a rpie-
did well af water. Will aeO cheap te stake akk
!a. Apply tail a career tbe pmriea erst
lie .eases) las AatvcJe euvtt. C B. BAIT
Be Seventh ' Annua! Exhibition
WILL Bl HELD AT TUB
AUSTIN' TEX 4S
OCTOBEll 18th 1 81
And CootiouiofT Five D )fl.
RUNNING AND TROTTING-
UACE8 JfiVERY DAY.
WALKING MATCH THIRD DAY. '
EQUESTRIAN RACKS DY LAU1KS 01 SICOSD
Liberal Premlnma offered cn exhlbltlAna. To En-
trance lea charged on anlmala er articlea en-
tered for exhibition.
Railroad will Carry Paanengera Freight
to' tbe Fair at heduced Raiea.
For further partloulara reference la made to the
Eremlum Hat which baa been revUed and can be
ad on on applioatloii to the Soeretary at Auatla
Texaa. JOHN HANCOCK Prea't.
K. C. BARTHOLKMgW Becr'y. ept. 1. tw
Galdon Harrrisbnrg & Saa
FORMING A LINK IN THE TRUE SOUTHERN PACIFIC-
THIS ra the DIRECT LINE to
NORTH EAST and SOUTHEAST !
Through Palace Sleeping Coaches
From 8m AattaSt to No Orleui Without Chug. .
Tlie Shortest and Host Direct Route tn Eastern Cities
BUT ONE CHANGE OF CABS TO CHICAOO 8T. LOUIS
CINCINNATI BALTIMORE OB WASHINGTON .
AND BUT TWO CHANGES TO PHIL A-
' SELPUIA OB NEW YOKE.
LEAVE SAN ANTONIO AND HOUSTON
CONNECTING CLOSELY WITH TRAINS ON THEH.
T. 0. EV. FOB BOINTS IN ILLINOIS IOWA
AND THE EAST.
The Daylight Express Leaving San
THROUGH PALACE SLEEPERS to KKff 0EL21KS
MAKING CLOSE CONNECTIONS AT THE LATTEIt
CITY WITH ALL PAST EXPRESS TRAINS i'OB
THE NORTH AND EAST.
Fare alwaye aa Iw aa hr any other lloutn. r.o
are your rickets read "Via the Sunset ltuute."
. W- PIERCE it
0. P. A TKT. AOK
C. E. MINER. rB-FREER
Wr.T. Ti 88. AOT. TKT ART.
E IEO RMS .
Blacksmith S Wooishop
FARr?l!11C IMPLEMENTS &C
NOTH t)F PLAZA
SAN MAECQS - - TEXAS.
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY.
The Wood Work Department
under the care of that experienced and .Killfn
win km T. kKAKOXKK. All work guaranteed.
8nn Marc'iw.T'Xu. April 21 1SS1 111 2 My.
ra-ttet having any kind of
Grain for Sale
CAR JaOJJD LOTS
Will dowell to
GET MY PHICES
Before telling eiaewbere.
JOS. LAND A
NEW BRAU5FELS TEXAS
Jnne S. Wl. Tl-cJltt
LOST MA WHOOP RESTORED.
A i wiua cv yvMtbrol linpi wlenoe canviaut Prexsa
tore Decay Narroaa Debtlity AVoat klanLood ete
kanDc tnrd ra aia every knovm remeiiy. ba. dj-
M.nd a emma? ark? can. whick ba will m4 FP.U
to Lia frUow-eaflenra ad4reaa J. H. KtXI
43 Chalk an u Ji. T.
amiaa T-m'U RMtwra
1 1 ti. u a
a-4 r:x Of ii w-
H Cm ..."8
Ha Bomeroui are
the dvvelopuieu It of
Malaria that people
. coniluually latTa r
' poieea w b a 0 they
leaat Imagine It la
larking la their ayatem.
'' ' LASSITUDE
PAIXrCL.OrFSI'ltING of SIAIjAIIIAI
and have tbelr origin Id adlaordeied Liver which
ir not regulated la time great tuflerlng wretched-
sett and death will entiia. '
SIHUONS' LIVES ESSULATOB
Itabtolutely certalo ia IU remedial tlfectt and acta
more promptly In curing all forma of Malarial die-
ttaet than calomel or quinine without auy of the
InJUTloueeoneequencea which follow tbelr uac.
' II taken occaalonally by pereont expoted to Ual-
aila It will expel tbe I'oUoa nd pre
tcct theni from iittacU I
At evidence tee extract from W. B. Yatei' letter
where the Begulator afforded protection from tbe
wont and moat deadly type of Malaria to-wll t Yel-
Ferer. ' ' .
"Sua ; I haveltnod the atorm of fonr epldemlea
af the Yellow Fever. 1 bad It the flrft violation
but during tbe other three I used your medicine. I
wat continually In the rooma of the tick and diln.
but I eecaped. I hare bad eeeeral to ark me how
I eacaped ; I told them it wna all owing to the vir-
tue of your Slnimona Liver Uegulalor. If the Kever
waa to break out again and I bad a bottle ul your
Regulator I would teel it aafe at If I wat 1000 nillea
"Meraphle.Tenn. April IT 18T9"
' Having neulrallted the polaon of Malaria In inch
extreme caeca It can lie relied on aa a aoveretgn
hpt-clf ic and antidote) In bidder forma.
Bee that yon get the Genuine in White .Wrapprr
with red Z prepared only by j' H. Zellln A Co. .
STOP BRTTY'S TtlAKare"
ONLY . Addreat DANIEL F. HE A 'IT Y
Waphlnirlon N.J. 4w
. I . V I i l ti. XV K'I'A AS KNlVt
llliintrii'ed. Chpet and hent. fell rt .I'ht:
Agent wanted. A. J. H'll.MAN CO.' Pbiiada.
. tvrtiont '
For I'll. at'Hert ircnlar. A livn r.tnul Builnea
8choil. Ettublithed twenty Ytart.
METAL TIP LAMP WICK i
Pat'd Deo. 7 1880.
"""Viff "ill "i'fP
. Glvos a Brilliant White and Steady
lipht rcq iirBio trimming and laata for moutha.
Miniple w.cklU ct.. 8 wickn 25 ct. 12 vHcka 75c
poi.tnf.-e paid. Have three tizi a a B and D. AgcMi
wdnttd. A il it rr us
Xletal T'va Latrp Wick Co.
Cnrtlnn.it nr.. 1
AWARDED THE AUTHOR.
A new t (Treat MMioal Work
iwt. indiiiDennubla to eveiv
mitn entiued 'tlie Science ot
Life" bound in tinnst Kroncll
muffin 6m)roBd full gilt J!(W
foxravintTd 12S prefer pt ions
priceonly $l.i5Bfnt brnvuL'
jllujtmt'Ai munin 6 c. ; nood
notr.AdiJrww Penlvy Hwli-
cnl ln-titHtnor Dr. WILPab-
JCKn No 4 BQlfinrlint Uoaton.
A BOOK OF KARE OUIGIXAMTlf iNll liKU
The great prailem ilved Th Indirldnnt r-e-fully
cotmldered from tbe of KBpnn1illltjr np to
mitti-ftr iu record to Kducatlnn Hon Roctetr
Ieive. MnrrAjci. naUieKH. tto. Hmo fittad-t iUr
ft re to be ttrwd winner. Hie volatile abound In
ttrikinc tbfnpbt- mre ii.frmtiou und f me tin
coronioivnA. Fall pare coined plate each nne
a aeni. (rnl win ted everywhere etil fir c!r
"iilarfu11 deftcrlntion terms Ac loi. C. McUL'Ll-
DT. h CO. M.LbnlaMu.
A GENTS WANTFDr'
the inly CompV'e An'h' ntic and Felly IHaatratcd
Lifs cf Pr2? ident Garfidd
jat pubti-hed. It 1 a HiriHlne alorr nf hew he
rme hr heacnUan etrnrale. from obacart'y to tame
Eprlally full reraHIng hi Cohlr.t. Canfliet With
Onklinr. AtUtnptM A-tnltna. Woadertnl
Snrairal Treatirwnt. Pro1Ur Critical Condition etc.
blT written; mIIIhed lib weel portrait nf
RirfifM a'-" 'n't llkeaee f the Kargn.. Cab-
inet lira. OarRrM. e e. Lav price. Kf far tka
fartem eelllt; -xk wt. Cinraiara fre. IJerl
terma .On-H Me. a.Ht'. at eaee BCBBAUD
BROS.. FublUber. Atlanta Ga.
Atlaxta. Oa.. Tel. 1.
Mesera Hntehiaon k Ero : Gen lie-men
I lmve raed totjt "nrnralcme" aul bare
been relieved ly it. AU who roiTeT fratn
nenrsliiui wiU do well to eivo rrra c-uL It
ia wleM U nScr wlira we Lave a resedv
at oar door.
It W. Ta-vA-Of
1"' & Ttim-v rnraitTT IViTfrs.
THE FAITH OF LOYE.
Thru h.lw Icbtlbtidt Ibt bed" dth
i U Irarlew human Level . . t
Thy lip recetrtd the laat faint breath
Era the tplrlt Bad above.
Thy prayer waa beard by the parting bier
In a low and farewell lone
Thou hart given the grave both flower and tear
0 Love I thy tatk la done. .
Then turn thee from each plearant tpot
Where tbon wart wont to rove I 1
For there tbe friend of thy aoul it not 1
Nor the Joy of thy youth 0 Lovel
Thou wilt meet but monrr.ful Memory there
Berdieama In the grovea aha wtavea
VTItb echoea nillug the aummer air '
With algbt the trembling leavet. ' ' 1
Then turn thee to the -vorld again
From thou dim haunted bowere .
And abut thine ear to the wild aweet ttraln a
That tel.t of ventiuod houra
And wear not on thy aching heart
Tbe Image of the dead
For the tie It lent that gave thee part
In the gladueaa ita ritauty lieds
And gateon the pictured emtle nom.TO '
That thua o .n Hie nntlaat t "
All between parted eoula ia o'er.
' Lovel Lovel forget the patt I '
"Voice of vain boding away be ttllll
' Strive not agalnat the faltb
That yet my bojom with lipht can fill
' Unquenched and undlmmad sy death.
'From the pictured r-mlle I will not turn ;
Tuongb aadly now It thine ( '
Nor quit tbe ebtdea that in atdneat mourn
For the atep once linked with mtnej
"Nor ahnt mine ear to the aong of old
Though Ita note the pang renew.
Such meniorlea deep in my heart I hold
To keep it pure and true.
"By the holy Inatlnct of my heart
By the hop t that bear ma on
I have mill my own undying part
In the deep affection gone.
"By the presence that about m eemt .
Through night and day to dwell
Voloe ot vain iH.dlnga tnd tearful dreamt 1
1 have breathed no last farewell I
.Calm on the botom of thy flod
Young aplrit I real thee now I
Kvn while with ua thy footatept trod ;
Ula aeol waa on tby brov
Duat to in narrow hor.se beneath I
' 8oul to ita place on high I
Tbey that have te.n thy look In death
No more may (ear to die.
Lone am the path and aad tbe bowera
Whence thy meek entile It gone ;
But oh 1 a brighter home than oure
Iu heaven la now thine own.
They never qnlte leavo u our friendt who havaAgftrg0yieg and gorcsome beads all moving
Through the ehadow of death to the earjlgbt
A thousand jitveet momorloa are holding thetn fat
To the plncea they bleated with . their .prtaance
Tbe work which they left and the booka which
' they read
Speak mt'.tely though atlU with an eloquence
rare ' r (
Aud the aoiigi that they lung and dear word that
Tot linger and aigb on the deeolatn air.
And olt whon alono and ai oft iu the throng.
Or when evil allure u or ein draweth nigh
A whisper cotnea gently 'Nay do not tho wrong"
And we ieel that our weakuea-la pitiod on
We toil at our tacka In the burden and beat
Of lile'a paaalouate noon. They are folded In
It la well. We reloica that their heaven Ir aweet
Aiid one day for ua all the bitter will ceaae.
Until then we are bound hy onr lore and our faith
To Hi aainta who are walking iu Pralle fair
Tbey have paseed beyond tight at the touching of
But they live like ourelve in Uod't Infinite
From Sew Orleans.
New Orlcaxs La. Sspt 2 1HK1.
EnrroB Free Peess : To day mark an
era in our national history ; and the citizens
of the Crescent City djepiy in sympathy with
their fellow citizen who atnnd around the
open fcrave cf the Lvnented President in
Laieview Cemetery celebrated his faucr.i!
ceremonies here. It was indeed tbe grand-
est funeral that ever occurred in local ann!i.
Tbe telling of bells and the intermittent
roar cf tbe minute guns bespeak the solem-
nity of tbe occasion. Mourning mourning
everywhere acarrelv a Lort in this vast
metropolis tbat docs not wear the sombre
color of the mourner. Tbere were facades
festooned with white aad black fatrioa pi-
lar wreathed with aaUe Land while
LbrongliOut tie entire eky the stars and
strip? floated at b&lf:nat ; and out ia the
streets tbe alow storing; rKfV3Ci f twi
tho: si; 1 oer riiar:h:nr to tb? willing
mcwrare of tbe funoml dirje. liy fur the
most impressive vh the "Funeral Car
consisting of a pavillion iinrinoiintsd by a
cvtpnlo within tho pavillioa wj the rojire-
entation of a coffin covered withvoaM im
mortellea and other flowers interrnluuled
with evergreens. The car was drawn by
four white horses caparisoned . with sable .
velvet with silver trappings; in front were
the Continental Guards and behind tho
"boys in grey" with anus reversed and. muf.
fled treat they follow the funeral car. The
parade was estimated to be five miles in
longth and was over two hours passing a
. For a time least sectional ' hatred has
been thrown aside; and there is no line of
demarcation between military social or cin.
io bodies they all with the same sentiments
of regret mourn the nation's low. Tis a con-
signation tobedavoutly wished that our pres-
ent Head of Government will use as few
partisan methods in conducting hi ad min-
istration as did his predecessor.
The health of this city is fine at present
no cases of fever this season nor is need of
apprehension.. - .
Tho cotton interests here just recoverod
from the effects of the recent strike among
tbe laborers but pease onee more reigns
and everything moves on in the even tenor
of its way.
Dry weather has prevailed in La. as woll
as Texas and the sugar crops will fall short
in cousequence ; but lately we have had co-
pious and refreshing showers. A fitful east
wind now and then tempered by autumnal
haze is the only eyideuoe we have as yet
that fall is near. The heat is severe and
prostrating as mid-summer well calculated
to make one pine for the cool streams and
refreshing breezes of the Lone Star State.
Fram St Louis
St. Louih Oot. C 1881.
Editor Free Press: The Great Fair is
upon us. Tbe attendance at the exposition
grounds to-day will exceed fifty thousand
people. The mayor has proaMmed a boll
day and all business houses are closed. 1 The
procession of the "Veiled Prophets" on
Tuesday night was the most magnificent pa
geant witnessed in this country. The Grand
Oraole on his Oriental car moved majestical-
ly amidst the tens of thousands. An Arabian
escort in moorish drew obeyed the mon-
arch's signals. . Tbe train of mystic cars and
banners consisted of 21 floats laden with
perfumed lamps and representing night.
The War dance the Concert the Ball Bees
and flowers Agriculture Gardening Toilot
of tbe Flowers Fairy Land . Morning Sun
Worshippera aud other Btrange Chariots'
not now remembered with guarding grflins
on a brilliant roadway fiery with one contin.
uous stream of gas jets and flood of varie-
gated Eloctrio light presenting a panoranvt
of guorgcousness inipofisiblo to describe.
It wp.s a dream. But Oh tho Ball that fol
lowed 1 It would tuko Byron to f;ive us even
a rude charcoal sketch of it The tropical
appointments tho jewels luces rich cos-
tuinoH and the brave men and the beautiful
women the glittering lovelinesH io. Well
it is all over now and the Lord preserve me
from the Prophets' -hospitalities (?) in tho
futurs. It is enough to deplete a
man's finances and plunge him in fathomless
penury for six months to come. Tbore are
many people here from the Soulh.and I hod
be pleasure of meeting scvend Tesana at the
Southern Hotel this weol:.
Hays Connty SunJaj Schaol ConYcnfltui.
Met at Drippiug Springs Oct. 1st ot
niht. Owin; to iuslemaut weather but
few schools wero represented.
The moderator being absent Dr. Tonnd
was called to the chair and B. F. Stephen-
son made Secretary. Lane Davis and Pear
cy were appointed committee of arrango-
wents. Adjourned to wet Sunday nt 3 30 A. 1L
9 ai A. M. met a par adjournment
After opjuiu services children's mass
meeting was addressed by Lane and Pearcy;
singing at intervals adapted to the occasion.
lU)Hrt from delegate present ; showed
interest and prjgres ia tbe work. Adjourn-
ed for refreshments till 2 3d P. M. When
assembled lU-idd seletiou cf Oyster Creek
for pla?e of noirt wetiu?. Tiine Saturday
before the lod Rnndty in March 1S2. As
officers and pcakers cf last meeting were
absent it was decided to continue Pro-
gramme of former meeting.
A rote of tlianks was tendered tbe com-'
munity frr kindn during meeting also to
tbe Fbxb Fibs for gratuitous notices.
After interesting aldres by Jord;n aud
Lan. oonrenttoo adjourned to meet with
Oyster Creek S. SW
Da. Pocjra. Mil.
B. F. Snregxaoit Sec"y.
Ma. FaoT drartjist of this p"f it
a?ent f oar the watr uca of tb cetcbrate I
Be-lforJVa.. Alan aril Iron r?;r'n? t4
r Jcrf csT gTcst aclirasl virtue rfee airt?.
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