San Marcos Free Press. (San Marcos, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 22, 1885 Page: 3 of 4
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TIlURaUAY. OCTOBER 1-B&
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815 A. M. aud 6;W P. M.
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iaT!!r r.l.. oouiM of th Pi
IpAas wl.lploisouJerWod thst tb;
nl a muipIm. in tb boi
Jff iuougMo faror us with thir sub-crip
Tw Capiat for $S SO.
InMmooh M msnr psrsons (Imin to Mod
sbroad Md by way of ancouna.
fllu Pass t f3 60-ch 10 sdvsuo.
M 0ur corrected Market Report
Th bet Ublt sauce at MoAUtster's.
Varieties .of CU-orai fruits ehp at
Kew SUUon Hata at
Nw lot Of OOOfclPg-IOT- St Hinoi'i.
CmU paid oott"1 Hiai.
Fresh arrWal of Urd and bscon at
v. clotblng m1 BtuUon lts at
ew oiounu w Dcoobbs
Kew line of Jerseys at
Duui ft Bso's.
TTni.arr Ladies Uisse end chil-
drew at O""1
G--8hm w Pttern at
Daiut A Baa
Overcost overc9U-t Kew York wbolo
tale price at Dvoomm.
Car of White Swan flour lowest price at
YV-t. Oijwbm Agt.
Kew lice IsdieV Bats at
Dailsx k Bao.
Kew Lot of Sportsmen's tappliea at
Q. W. D-ltAJJtOK A Co.
Don't forget to oall at MoAlb'ster's for fine
tobacco and oigara.
Uiubest price paid for cotton at
W. 0. Dagger don't handle any shabby
clothing balls nothing bat good goods.
Fresh groceries are being received daily
Dugger still sells the White machine for
Fine assortment of tinware at
See the flue oleographs new style picture
superior to cbroiuos at Bookstobs.
Be snro to get W. C.
clothiug before you buy
Dugger's prices on
he leads tbo market.
Donblo-width cashmere 25o 35o 45o per
yard Qkkbn ft Pbiok.
Men's one-half hose extra nice at
Ubui ft Pbicb's.
Fresh 0.t M-Ali-ui Oora Starch at
Carload of produce just received at
Best and cheaps t overcoats in the state
at W. 0. Dooanua.
llolasso at lowest figures ut
Deeds fur sale at tbe Fhee
Specimen copies of the Free Pbebs sent
on application. Terms as heretofore.
O. W. Donalson ft Co.
sold twelve stoves
Dress goods at 8j cts. to $l..r0 per yard
at Gbeen & Pbiue's.
Evaporated apples the best and cheapest
iu the market at mab-IN hinzie a.
The long anticipated
ly a very quiet one.
The P. D. A. Club meets at Mrs. Geo.
Briggs' place to-morrow night (Friday)
the 23rd. J. A. Thomas Pres.
Knit Goods Shawls Jackets. Nubias and
Hoods cheap at Gbbek ft Pbioe's.
To arrive. Carload of Salt 20 barrels of
sugar and a full line of Groceries generally
at Mabtim Hinzis's.
All the best sewing machines on $5.00
per month installments.
W. C. Duoobb.
Ladies Vest 60 cts. 75 cts. $1 and fl.50
at Gbeik ft- Pbicb's.
8hort wraps or mantlettes at
Dailet ft Bbo.
Just received a fresh
and hams at
lot of lard bacon
For tha beet pictures of all kind go to the
gallery of J. E. H. Chapman North side of
Why go elsewhere for overcoats when you
can get them at W. C. Dugger's for 20 per
cent leas than any other place in th town.
Go to Green ft Price' foi your overcoats
83.50 to $30.00.
Remember the old established bouse of
Martin Hiozie is first class headquarters for
family groceries of all kind.
You can buy White Bed Blankets 2.00
3.50 5.00 and 7.60 a pah- at
(iun a. Fbicb a.
Don't Men to my coraetiton when tbey
toll yoq they sell yon clothing as cheap as I
will thry can't and will not do so. Come
see and be convinced.
W. C Dcooxa.
Hone and lot in Ban Mareoa. Hoae of
four mntM bewide kitchen. Gorki well
of water. Inquire at Fa Pin odea.
Frwfc frail and eaodie at Bnrin'a choice
km a naiulM thai Lha Vew Hon ma.
chin tU bt ta tbe toariiM Mr. W. C.
Iwe teJUaati! h has soldi saat.hi9ea
ra tb k4 week.
T m tmm bv rowr bcr a wnc urt for
fux A Fuck.
II Uat beat almost cold anongh furfrot
for t end nl.ht raU fir bars ba
t ary ooiufurtsble.
Barnea National aarUa of aobool books
Lava keen adoutad for um Iu tba Public
A const liution and parmanent orgw.Ua
tie of the BtutW Union Us bn adopt.
4 with I. Y. Hutoblu In the cbalr and J no.
Killoogb M BooretaTT and Traaaurar.
cieeutlva coinnltu eouaUtiog of Profati
Jon. E. Pritobelt Ear. J. B. French and
Profewor Bisbop was appoinUd to arrange
Drocrrammaa for BMaUiura. and nan out a
oourae of study.
a w -
Wc And In the Coleman Voioe tha follow.
Ins IntlmaUona of progre and oarMcIally
aa Inv olvlug also the proftreaa of f uroiar citl-
tens of oar town i
1mM UoCord ft lindsey oat sp Into
town blocks balwsan two and 800 are ly
ing along tba railroad track and north of Ih
depot and they nave all oaen soia. un wj
north side of tb creek they laid off a new
town and every lot baa been sold.
BALL TO-HOBBOW NIGHT.
Tbe Ban kltrcoa Danoo Club bav organ
ised for a grand ball on to-morrow (Friday)
night at Harpers Hall. The following com-
tnittoes bav charge i
On arrangement i L. W. Williams Q. A.
Franklin and O. A. Duggerj on InviUtlon t
a A. Andrews H. M. Paeplea and Ed.
Christian t floor managers i D. C Bagsdale
D. Watson and P. O. Kelly.
An unpleasantness appears to prevail be
tween a portion of oar colored and Mexican
population. A "restaurant" kept by the
latter was burglarised by the former a few
nights alnoe and on of tba inmates aeriooly
hurt. Bennet Bobinaon Macon McQueee
Bill Davis Charlie Brown and Jim Ham son
Brown war before Eaqnire Cock charged
with burglary. Tb charge being sustained
they were bound over under S0 bond eioh.
Aobareed of aaaault with intent to murder
againit th same parties awaits farther de
We are glad to leam that the nw Milli
nery and Ladies Dress Famishing estab
lishment of Mrs. L. Eouvant conducted by
Mrs. B. Wise agent on tba east side of the
publio square is to b a permanent fixture
in the business of San Marcos ' There is
surely scaroely anything more needed.
Large sums of money have been yearly sent
abroad br our ladies for articles of dress
all of which may be just as well be kept at
home as we are assured that dresses from
the most common to the most costly can be
be had of Mrs. Wise as deairablo and as
cheap as they can be furnished from the
Northern cities. Ladies call and satisfy
yourselves on this subject.
Call and see that
brocaded Russian cir-
Daxlsy ft Bbo.
3. W. Kance ft Bro. bavo just received
something new in the way of fine Walnut
beds. They have also a One line oi oeuroom
and parlor furniture.
Dailoy ft Bro. have jnst reoeived a few
of those exquisitely handsome coaU for
ladies made of imported goods. .
Owing to the sieat rush at Dugger's be
has had to double his orders for clothing
and now has a complete line of English
carkscrew and fency pluid suits.
We will sell yon a circnlar made of otto.
man silk and solid fur lined for $ 18.00.
Worth $2500 iu Kew York.
Dailet & isao.
Green ft Price sell Rushing circulars
newmarkets and Dolmans cheaper than any
house iu the city.
Of the Cooper Wagon are constantly
being made. O. W. Donalson ft Co. report
sales extending from Blanco and Dupre to
Ladies Misses and Children's at
Gbeen ft Pbice.
Fresh bams bacon and lard at
B. F. Blount ft Co's.
Go to W. C. Dugrrors and buy your cloth
ing he has a tailor and will make it fit you
No iudm-ement to crowd a miBfit on yon in
order to keep from paying for alterations.
My residence in San Maroon consisting of
two larsn lots with improvements. The
whole will be sold together or the lots sep.
.arately to suit purchasers.
A ronch near Wimberley 160 acres 16 In
cnltivation. cood land well watered. Call
on or address L O. WOOTTON
aug20-tf San Marcos.
A Yalual Paper Free
Texas Farm and Ranch is a splendid pa
per published twice a month at Dallas for
$1 a year. We have 30 subscriptions to the
oacer to cive away and tbe first 30 persons
that pay us all past dues and a year in ad
vance on tne f BEX x-bes wiu ue giveu uujjj
each of the Farm and Ranch for twelve
months free of charge. This offer will be
withdrawn as soon as tbe 30 subscriptions
an disposed of. First oome first served.
We want a good active agent for the Fbbs
Peeks at every postoffice i tbe county to
solict subscriptions for it. We also solioit
tbe kindly aid of volunteer agents in every
neighborhood. We also desire to engage
the services of one or more traveling agent.
A fair compensation will be paid in all cases.
The prospect of better times are favor
able to suoceas in canvassing for the old
Fbex Fbess. Apply at or address this offloe.
Farm For Sale.
The John Scott farm about seven mile
sooth of San Marcos consisting of about
370 acn of fine land 115 acre in cultiva
tion and s.'iS acres in pasture four houses
three wells five tanks stable crib stock
sheds etc. Also tbe John Soott addition
to San Marcos near tbe Institute. Terms
reasonable. Apply to
j Wood Fikbxb ft Fobd.
Eiamisatiow for" .Vara I Academy.
A competitive examination for a eadet-
Lip in th U.S. Naval Aademy will be
held at LoliDg. Texas on Friday the sixth
day of November 15. The examination
will be in Spelling. Reading Writing. Arith
metics (frtorgrapny tngiiKn urimioar.
History and Algetra. Applicants mnt be
bona fiJe resident of tbe F.igLlh Congr-
iooal d;srrift hrtveis 1 and I' years of
age and phvaically perfect.
A pnTltod copy oi in n-goiaumw "
t admianoa to th V. ft. Naval Academy
w01 be f urnitbed upon aprlktiaB
j 8cftary 4 tbe Navy or to m
1 The socreaafnl eonteatant will have antil
!May 15 ! to prep for U final taa-
j vttirm. He Boat be praaaot at Afn"Ht at
that date. Jaxe F. Miuxa.
oct a St.
J IL Rankin Is located at Liberty Teiaa.
Mr. and Mrs Blondin from Springfield
Mo. arc hers to spand lbs winter.
MUs Ella KUloogh Is sojourning at Rich-
land Bpriugs Baa baba Co. Texas
W. D Crunk of Colorado City was visf
ting in this vicinity at our latest advioss.
Dr. J. R. Johnson and family have re-
turned to Bryan.
F. E. Laaaon of EagU Pass I again visit.
In? friends at this plaos.
Ws retrret to record th continued serious
Illness of Mr. E. P. Raynalds.
Cant Alexander's brluht little aoa Bam my
I acting eaabtaror ureen mos.
Pierea Oardwell returned from St. Louis
on Saturday and report having bad a good
Our vouns friend David Ragsdal has ta-
ktn an iutaraat la the lumber business with
Christian ft Co.
Prof. John E. PritcbetL prinolpal of Cor.
nal InatiUW is among tha latest victims of
T. W. Caldwell has takra an Interest with
Mr. Townsend in the meat trad. D. 0.
Owinn is aeaUtant
So aire Cocrabam has iuat returned from
a boras trip to Alabama and leaves again in
day or two for Arkansas. I n oquire is
as ansrgetie aa over.
For a week past dengue has seriously in
terfered with us editorially mechaoioally
and domestically. This may explain any
shortcomings which may be noticed in our
Mr. Garrison sr. has returned from a lit
tle sxoarsion to tb mountain with his in-
valid son. who ws learn appears to b im
proved in consequence.
Charlie Andrews baa th dengue but i
th recipient of so many bouquet etc. from
th ladies that his condition may by com
be thought to be rather enviable after all
Raynolds A Daniel have completed their
new warehouse oosting about $1000. It
admirably snpplemenU their faoilitls for
doing a satisfactory business.
Mr. and Mrs. Hinkle th parent of Mrs.
Hoy ward have com to make their borne
with their daughter at tbe L. W. Mitchell
Lvda Lee" a new aspirant to poetio
honors in our midst challenges th attention
of our readers In an effort on our last pate.
W bay others from the asms pen
Little Merr. a wonderfully bright little
invalid daughter of Mrs. Campbell of this
plac. we learn died on yesterday moming.
She was vory frail and dengue hurried her
away to the better land in store for such.
Rev. Mr. Harris had rather a novel mat
rimonial experieno the other day. A man
and woman drov oppoait to hi house and
asked to be married in their buggy. They
were accommodated and departed. Proba-
bly a oatt of emergency.
Miss Texana Motheral mad $7 In one
day picking cotton but week. It happened
thus: Some of her young friend agreed to
give her 50 cts per pound for all over 200
lbs that she might pick. She bad picked
but little before but surprised those who
made the offer to the above extent.
TheFBBE Pbkss one investigated tbe
merits of a cotton-picker's wagon invented
by Mr. Collins of this vicinity and publish-
ed a favorable report We still hear the in-
vention highly spoken of by good Judges.
It is greatly to be regretted that Mr. Collins
has not tbe meant to have it put on th mar-
ket. But such is too often the fate of in-
ventors. We bad a pleasant oall on Tuesday from
Mr. Church of Hazzard Raymond ft Co.
the well known niuslo bouse of Austin.
Apropos Mr. Raymond has retired from the
business and gone to Dallas to enter upon
the practice of law. So the firm will here-
after be Hazzard ft Co. Mr. Church in-
formed us that Mr. Sisson so well known
in Texas was lately back on a visit He is
still in the general musical agency business
with headquarters at Chicago
It is very seldom that the gossips of our
town ore "got away with" as to prospective
weddings but we have known them to be
beaten iu a few ' instanoes. On of these
occurred last week in the marriage of Mrs.
E. MoClanahan. so long a resident of our
town. She was married on Thursday lost
to Mr. P. D Turner of Trickham Coleman
county Texas and we learn that no one not
even the bride's nearest relatives suspected
anything of the sort until tbe hour of mar-
marriage. We learn that they were old
friends perhaps former lovers but hod not
met for 22 years. Thus does the romanoe
of love's young dream survive with some.
The many friends of the excellent lady most
cordially wish her a long new lease of hap-
Mb. Editob : In answer to tbe notice of
Smith ft Co. in your last I wish to say
that I positively did not make any such
agreement and further their statement in
regard to my making such an agreement is
false. Now gentlemen prove what you
have said or I think tb publio will form
quite different conclusion.
n . wwr v r . ..
ttespi. vv. xj uainm.
TT It is you to whom this is addressed
i) Be you woman .or
Bnt sleepless untiring through all the
Until you have ''cornered'' a Charter Oak
Go get it or regret it and "don't you for
San Marcos Texas.
San Marcos and Hajs County.
The Fbbb Pbess Extra of Oct. 1883 sup
plemented by tb regular issua of Ang. 13
'85 furnishes the best most truthful and
complete description ot onr town ana coun
ty to be had. Call or send to the offio for
copies five cents each.
I Am Agent For
McCormick self binder Mowers etc
Casidy sulky plow
Bookwalter bay rake
and other machinery and farm implement
for which I solicit orders guaranteeing
lowest prices and best terms.
The lanrewt sod finest assortment of dia
monds watcbe and jewelry in tb stats of
Texas at L. Rocvawt.
274 Commerce St. Ban Antonio.
W. D. Wood Sterling Fisbar and Owes
Ford have associated themselves together
for tb practice of law in civil matters in
Havaronnty. Texas. Office ia Wood's new
building op aUirs
fvrn Harms. Oct. 15-ly.
To sH sew SDhavriheTS lo tL Fsa Pans.
fnr oo J ess ta advance or to sil fwa.
rut sobcntv b pay P am aaw i
a mr'a ufcex-riiitios) is lvvre w ill ;
(TsiarMOST TBS tlOS .i-r.w-
!VbT I B. J. Kes-iJCeL It is a
jsnsassl of 1 rNpa. ' -kick lWu
lenrva kar rt Tk r " 1
8oioo Hall Oct. I. 1885.
En. Faas Pbjuhi Th cotton crop Is
about one-half gathered iu this oommunity
Mr. and Mr. TL B Porteraud Mr. C. A.
Porter have returned from Brown Co. where
they bav been vialtlng sick relative.
Messrs Luai Lynch and Lowia Franks
bavs returned from northern Texas where
they have been working with eattle.
Mr. Nathan Oellin and wife and Mrs. Ju
lia Gallia of this community are visiting re-
lative In Ooiuanch Co. wish them a
Dr. Hillyer delivered a very logical lector
on "Coucinoen before th pupil of th
8oleoo Hall Horn Institute but week.
Mr. Junius Hillyer a eou of Dr. Hillyer
mad a vary pleasant visit to his father last
Rev Joyce preached at this place to-day
it was tb last sermon that hs will prtacb
here this conference year- H i well liked
among th people of this oommunity.
Hi ere have been a few oases of tbe dengue
fever iu oar neighborhood but none at pres-
Staple' Store Oct. 19 1885.
Ed. Fees Pbess: W bad a light rain
last night this morning a cool norther.
Had frost last week but did very little
damage. ' '
Mr. James Simmons and wife accompan-
ied by their niece Mis Delia left for their
borne in Kossuth Miss. last Thursday even-
lng. Mr. and Mrs. Simmons have bean
visiting here this year.
Mr. J. W. Soott ha the dengue
Mrs. Henry Bittiok of Benton formerly
of San Marcos visited friends In this vicinity
last week. Oelakdo.
Pbtbbsom's Maoazimb for November is on
our table ahead as usual of other lady's
books. It has a charming steel-plate "A
Feather in Her Cap." a mammoth colored
fashion-plat soma fifty other illustrations
and several original stories of unusual pow-
er written by Mrs. A. S. Stephens Frank
Lee Benedict etc How the publisher can
afford to keep improving the magazine a
he doe is a standing wonder. With this
number appears the prospectus for next
year. It promises even better things and
"Peterson" always keeps his promises.
There will be over 1200 printed pages 14
steel engravings 13 mammoth colored
steel fashion plates from 800 to 900 wood
cuts six oopyright novelettes one hundred
smaller original stories etc In short the
magazine will continue to be as Heretofore
the chcopett and beitfor ladie. ' The terms
are only Two Doixabb a year. To clubs
it is obeaper still viz t four copies for six
dollars and a half with an extra copy to the
person getting up the olub Or five copies
for eigbt dollars with both an extia oopy
and the "Forget-Me-Not" a beautifully il-
lustrated album or a large steel engraving
"The Angel of Paradise" Everybody
should take this magazine. Now is the
time to eubscribe. Address Ohabxes J.
Peterson 308 Chestnut St Philadelphia
Fa. Specimens are Rent gratis if written
for to get up clubs with.
To the Traveling Public
St. Lkonabd Hotel Main Plaza
San Antcsw Tkas 1884
Editor San Marcos Feet Tmcss :
As I desire to mako "Tbe St. Leonard
Hotel" a popular resort for stockmen where
they may enjoy all the substantial comforts
of a first-class hotel I have reduced my
rates to correspond with the times to
$1 SO and $2
per day and will be glad to see yourself
and friends whenever you come to town and
will be on hand to attend to your comfort
and make your stay agreeable.
Dr. L. A. Trexler formerly of the "Cen-
tral" having associated himself with me
will be found in charge of the office and
ready to receive any of his friends who may
favor us with a col I.
Cars and stages pass tbe door.
Phineas P. Lounbbeb?
Sam Maboos Wednesday 12 u.
Below will be found the San Marcos
markets for the Articles named in such
Quantities as the farmer usually disposes of
them obtained from reliable local dealers.
OBATK AMD PRODUCE MABKET.
Cotton middling 8Jo.
Hay new in bales $8 per ton.
Wheat 6075o Nicaragua 60c.
Corn shelled 40c. corn meal 50c.
Chopped Corn if 1 25 100 lbs.
Corn Bran 60c $ 100 lbs.
Millet Seed .75 bushel.
Oats bushel 25o
Flour 100 lbs $2.50 9400.
Wheat Bran 100 lb f.1.40.
Potatoes $ bushel 1.25.
Sweet Potatoes $1.00 $ bushel.
Onions $ lb Bo.
Butter Choice Texas 35c.
Turkeys 75c 1.00.
Honey $ lb 08l0c.
Beef Cattle 21 3c.
Milk Cows witli Calves 125.0035.00
Hogs 8fc gross.
Mutton 2 & 24.
Hides green 45c.
Wood 3.00 & 4.00f) cord.
' BET AIL OBOCEBT MAEIXT.
Sugar 9 10 and 12 Tb to the il 00.
Coffee green 61 to 8 0
roasted 5 lbs "
Lard 10c f lb.
Molasses gal. 45&7Sc
Syrup golden gallon 75c
Apples dried lb 10e
Evaporated Apples 14 lb 120
Pepper blatk. 25c f
Bpioe 2o V tb.
hilt-eoarse ft each 1.40. fine 91-85.
Caa Tomato & dns. 2s 3s 11.20 92-00
Cheese ft 5
Coal Oil per gallon 30 s.
Teas 45t7ieV Tb.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
S AST AKCOS
T CO. T1I.S.
OS) wrOraael Baa.
Wc keep a Complete Stock of Fresh Groceries.
stale goods on our sncivcs. it c sen
MORE GOODS FOR THE MONEY
Than any Other House in the City.
Give us a call and you will be convinced that on
Low Prices wc are the Leaders.
k mil i m.
Have recently Come to the Front with a Full Line of Well Selected
STAPLE 1 FANCY GROCERIES.
Our stock is always kept complete and buying from first
for cash enables us to
You will be surprised to find out how much you will . gain by call
ing on us and getting
tH. Hardy 4 Co. will
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aa ntilH caber era-gtaasee. sWatlag wit perfect
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Where a Urge eaisiimul ad nv CatvbralaS epae-
tKtaa aa ava-Blaaaee eaav b I.e.. aa amawrtf
aaapta ta all aeaa.Ueoe af tha r. Peaalar. a
traMllrc aaaate will ewt w mr4 wt-b tkaaa
rpacuetae as ear price. A. B. SAW kg. .
Oa Tork Crrwk. ia Oaslaltip county.
rratenM I40 scrs M nrursuos. I no
V . . I
VL I. Asvcscn.
road Olio A lr t.l fVors OisaJ-!
Slap trmutj. Tx .tly.
DR. A. J. KDLB.
Fhjsiciza & Ssrgecn.
OF SAN MARCOS.
sell at Rock Bottom Prices.
PRICE PAID FOR COUNTQY PRODUCE.
be f ouua near me aomaeasi
D. A. GLOVER
W. D. WOOD.
TOM H. GLOVEB
OF MAN MARCOS.
Capital Tald Up 950000.
Authorized Capital ft50000.
A General Banking BuiIdmi Transacted ao-
eounu of Herchante Firms and Individuals sollolted
W. . WOOD. W. O HDT0HI8ON.
1. V. HUTCHINB OEO. T. M0OKHKB.
ED. J. L. GBEEN J. W. HEXINDON
' PBEST. VICE FHBST.
G. F. KERR
First National 'Bank
OF NAN MA II COM.
Capital Stock Paid Up - $ 50000.
Authorized Capital - - 100000.
A General Banking Business. Collections mad
.11 - - - a 1 1 . 1 . .nl nl
Aooounti of Merchants. Farmers. tMoekmtn sod
J. W. Bb.hdom. Jas. O. Bvstssos.
JIahsstt Rasdt. Alf Paios.
Ed. J. t. Gssss. JlTtsljf
For Dental Operations
of all kindf Consalt
DR. H. A. FULLER. 0. D. S.
at bis new flics
OVER FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
Tbe Baring of tha Natural Teeth a Specialty
SAN MABOOS TEXAS
Would raspeotfulljr annonne this friends and the
public that ha ba. engaged In tb above bueiaaes st
tba oi nsrner ataoie. mi ivmih h. vauioi. win
ha lonnd rood and osmBlat. and no sains will ba
spared ta glv sstlsfactlos to all wSafftapnvor bii
with their patronise. Msrsh 11-tf
BROWH & UNDSET
NEAR DEPOT bah suboob rax.
Plaa Tsrsont. for Parties. Wadding end Fonerali.
Drumsre'lflM spealaltp. Transient custom
Wc would call especial attention ta erlu sow
BBARSB.Jastodded I car ealSIL Callc ftaa
prompt altaartoa. ep If.
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE.
tA!f Jf ARC0M TEX
Also keep s full aortment of
Cffl)t Csaht mjatallls Casss
Whit Oak air tight Csaes of all sorts for
Shipping at on boar's doUos.
Prompt ellaelJae paid ta all calls lor fsfi at
Bapalrtaf attcadeS t sramptlf.
BAST S1UB PLAIA.SAB lABCOS. THAI.
(1U of Kaa Anioslo).
WcmlJ raawtaJlr aowoarsoa o U Pur
pVs of has Vlarroa sad saarrtmndiOf sosstrj
iLas ka haa onceacd is
riTCBFOBD S BnLCIXO
fVatlivraa eorwsr ? Fsbbs rVjosn s
'sad CMt Stock af
- mm. m9 m aav n.4
rTrft7.iT-- EATS 1:1
ZXZZ. SZCZJ. Zu Its.
' -rivm k Si tb Moat rcascmslt
I B sn-Y- sdswc t4 rS f--r-. r-m-
!ar. CaB . e-asaM kie 4 VaT-J
corner of wo jtumw wytt
HUTCHISON & ROSE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Hon Maxxxe. Tex.
Prompt attention paid to
Claims aad Bxaalalag Laad titles.
DR. J. R. JOHNSON
Physician and Surgeon
SAN MAR0O3 TEXAS.
OfUe over Johnson A Johnson's norilw.st cot.
sTaTSpaelal atUntlon paid to Chrouls trouhl.s
DR. J. H. COMBS
OFFICE : NorlbSido Publto Sqnsre
Una fTIrirco. - ' Texnei.
SAN MARCOS TEX..
RospeotuUy solioit tbe trade of Hsys sod
adjoining eonntiea snd GUARANTEES
SATISFACTION AS TO PRICES AND
The Largest Stock of
e and Fancy Dry Goods
Men' 8 and Boys'
Hats tnd Gent'. Ftunich-
BOOTS & SHOES
The Largest Stock
in the Place
The Celebrated ZIEGLER 8HOE8 at r.
ditosd Prioss. Itni Pars waasavrmo.
60 Bms Bio Co fa.
24 Barrel Hngnr.
pi " Mo:s
ft " Bios at rsdaswd prio.
I Csr Lc4 Floor.
Car Load Behjittlsr 'sgoaa.
. j gin WacTOo.
Harness Hardware .
Doable Shovel $c.
ThaiAful for paat Hran I kot- a
aoatiDassr of tha pairtissgs' sf mj mm
amtn hj firfa tuil vsJas raoasrr-i.
BIO BEST nUZ PAID FOB
j. t. nrrcnix.
rrW ' rv-rjt. n U.V Yy ayvr-pui' "sr 7
I .1 S " . . . 1 . . 1 . all. . T f). S Tlw e-i . tS. Tar rl-c at tba l at tf 71
t mm mi-i. -l - a tmm kr
Ji'orth Sf'tfe c Trim
ttm Star" SI. tm
- - - - . w. . w - . at- . . .
V (ht. r-t t P. F Buv-rr O's irr er
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Julian, Isaac H. San Marcos Free Press. (San Marcos, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 22, 1885, newspaper, October 22, 1885; San Marcos, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth295576/m1/3/: accessed July 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .