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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 10 November 1877

-.,- tttv i1,. i ri ;'i I. H. JULIAN, 'Prove all Things, Hold FtisXtyhich Is Good." PllOPItlETOR. VOL.Vll. SAiV MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEiAS, NOVEMBER 10, 1877. NO. 1. oan lviarce "Frf4H PrESS. VUKL1S5IIED EVERY SATURDAY BY IaVo II. 3 U L I A N , To whom a'l Uplters should be Addreaaed. Office South side of Plusa. Rates of Subscriptions - One year, In advance. ..$2 on Six mnutht ' i 1 SB bree months " .. 75 BATRS OP ADVRRTI8INO. One tqnare, out Insertion 1 00 ; each addition al Insertion under one month, SO cent. per tquare. , I ran. 3moa. 6 mos. 12 mnt 1 Square I 2 50 5 " ....... I 4.R0 2 " I T.nr 4 " I 8 "0 !( colm I ft 0(1 U . I IIS 110 a B.nn Too $ 12 on H.Ofl 12 00 10 0(1 15.00 n.oo 2n tin 15 00 1 2s.no 2(1 (HI 2H.00 30.00 85.110 2 01) I 45.IKI en.no 1 55.00 85.00 1 6.1 CO I 10C.00 One Inch In space constitutes square. Legnl and transient advertising payable tlrlc'Iy In advance. ) ''. r'lrfcat noUeii, 10 cent per line each Insertion. Announcing oandldatea tor olllii., county, $ 6.00...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 10 November 1877

: , . t 7. H. JTJLIAH, Editor. PUBLISHED EVKKY SATURDAY. CURRENT TOPICS. A syndicate of JmiWnt financiers in Europo havo proposed o loan the Stato of Louisiana $12,950,000, for which the State must call in and pay off hor pres ent debt at par with interest to date of retirement. The Stato must then issuo tho same amount of ' bonds to the syn dicate, bearing 6 per ceit. IntercBtj principal and interest made, payable in 45 years. Under this arrangement the State would be required to pay only about $550,000 per annum on account of principal and interest, instead of $800,000 now required to pay interest on Stato bonds. ,' It is believed, how ever, that this proposition can not under tho Constitution and present Stato laws be accepted. It is estimated, according to official advices received at tho Treasury De partment, that the yield of tho precious metals in Nevada and California will aggregate for the present calondar year $38,000,000 of gold and $27,000,000 of ailver,' as follows : Mi...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 10 November 1877

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All coinimiiiit'iitioiiM f(irtIilH)mi'rBli(itil(lV)P :aocoiiipuiiici hy iiuintt of tlie author, list liocuHHiirily lor publication, but as evidence of good fultli on tlio imrt of tlie wrttor. Write only on one xiili- of tlio pnpcr. Ho imrtlculnrly careful in nlv.ing minim nnd tlnU'N, to have .all lutlurs or lltfiut'd pluiu uud dlatlnet The "Plucky" Boy. A young nation like ours naturally -places a high value upon pluck, tho pop ular synonym for courage and energy, but more comprehensive than any one word of the same kind, for it also means independence, determination, readiness to cope with difficulties, and, in one ward manliness, the quality which more than any other founded our He public and made it great. Pluck is a moral as well as a physical and mental quality; we cannot associate it with meanness, or pettiness of any kind. A boy may have a sort of bull-dog bravery and tenacity of purpose, yet be cruel and mean and treacherous. But pluck is a virtue of quite...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 10 November 1877

t Free PreSs. I. II. JULIAN, Ed I lor. SATURDAY... NOVEMBER 10. Official Paper of Ilayt and Blanco Vouuties. ' ftew Volume New Miyle. Sood after we began the publication tf the Free Pbeus, now over four years since, it will be recollected tbat We enlarged and very much improved it at considerable extra expense, hop ing tbat the result would be to increase its circulation and usefulness But in ' this we were mistaken, and after con tinuing it thus for some eighteen months, we felt compelled, much to our regret, to reduee tie size of the piper in order to avoid actual loss. In its reduced form, though quite good enough for the patronage given it, it was, of course, not so acceptable ; yet we venture to say that no one has been ' to dissatisfied with it as ounelf, and we bave continued to hope to be able to make a change for the better. it gives us great pleasure, therefore, to be able to say that in spite of the bard times, we have succeeded in mak ing such a change, and to point to o...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 10 November 1877

59 AffAtet fear ilia Free Irem. v The following genltemru art authorlaed to re celre end reoeipt far ,eberlptloaa to tht Paul fku In their reipective localillea: A. Htaton, Kaq., County at large. DalleyAsDalley,' U. Martlndalo, ' MaJ. K. Nance, J. I j. Batemore, .-, Rtrlngtown. ' Hertlndale. . llointaln City. . I : Cedar Valley. Kir All poatma'tera ara alao anlhnrlted agante HOME ME WS- TnK weather is again dry, orol and Waoiog. . . -. ; ., Tue finest chromoii land steel engrav lugs at the Free Press office. 'CAU on H. B. Frazer '.for puod Wheeler & Wilson machine at $35. ' ;. - See prospectus of that great news paper, the New York - Sun, in our ad vertising columns'. '".- ' Is IT necessary that public offioials should forget that they are gentlemen? We inquire merely for information. Ballou's Monthly f jr November for sale at this, otlse. ;;: ', v. i' . 1 " 1 i Go to 0. G. Suane for lard cans and floating stoves, whiph he sells ut cost. He has ou.w. a first class workman in Lis...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 10 November 1877

.X Eleventh Commandment, It la not alwny HUnHhlna ' ' In tUiR bright wnrlitof our, Sharp thornn anil woeili sjrow thlokciit Amid tho lninat flower ; - In liulu, howo'ur ontlelnff, I.urk wormloW itt tlio core; r'oruunh one' hrea nnl butter Tlinrv U a Hnnilnd flour. , i In ItHtrntii Milk there' oottnii) ' i In ilowlnjr troMiw rnU, i j In anilines, noft and tmowv, Tho akin of TliomiMOitt; In IloU'H form tliiire' wlmleuono, On Voiiuh' lips eariiilno," ' Old boot are thrown In nhorry ' ' To make Madeira wlnu. 1 Tho lvt of Rohlon buttor olertinarKnrlnfl, ' (,r ( Ttinllnrnt of niil brandy i ' ': ' , v t '. i iHiuitctd'Hirto ' lMinr.lnn; . , , l'Uo fragrant lonf o( Culm , , , , , ; la cousin to saitor-kraut i . Too oftmi uro tbu uillkiuuii' oniu HtiplmilHhod lit thu apout. II thou, your reputation '' I ifove uiilto vnflt to air, I'rny, how then' doii It diner ' I ')' : Horn niOHt tiling HooiiilMB fair? ! , . j '' I ' I A"'d whj! hi-hp "iHleiMctUmi . JIocuiiho thrwujh jiio no doubt ' Voil br...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 10 November 1877

An Adventurous Carcter. Honry Meiggs, the ToruTian Railroad Frlnce, died Lima on the 29th ult. ' la his taking off the world of romantic financial endeavor loses a hero whose record is unparalleled in the history of business effort. His life was one of glittering successes, dazzling failures, brilliant frauds, and reckless extrava gance. In his character he was an anomaly. Thoroughly lacking in prin ciple when his interests wore at stake, he was at the same time honest. A close, shrewd calculator in his every ac tion, he was also a prodigal. Destitute of any moral nature, he became a god through his lavish generosity. With all the instincts of: a hard-working man, his preferences were!, lor the eyery-day life of a king. Voluptuous in his tastes, he courted hardships for the pleasure ho found in them. In him all extremes centered. ' . ' ' ' Born in Greene County, New York, in 1811, he in early life developed a fa cility . for conceiving and exeouting plans involving heavy monetary in...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 10 November 1877

Hark Twill Make a Hit In JoarnalUnt. I was very smart child at the nge of thirteen an unusuully smart child I thought at the time. It wus then that I did my first newspaper scribbling, and, most unexpectedly to me, stirrod up quite a sensation iu iho community. It did, indeed, aud I was very proud of it, too. I was a printer's "devil," and a pro gressive and aspiring one. My uncle bad mo on his paper, (the weekly Han ibal Journal, two dollars a year iu ad vance, five hundred subscribers, and that paid in cord wood, cubbuges and unmarketable turnips ;) and on a lucky summer's day he left town to be gouo a week, and asked me if I thought I oould edit one issue of the paper ju dioiously. Ah ! didn't I want to try ? Ilinton was the editor of the rival paper. He was lately jilted, and one night a friend found an open letter on the poor fellow's bed, in which he stat ed that he could no longer endure lifo and bad drowned himself in Bear creek. The friend ran down there and discovered Ilin...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 17 November 1877

' San I Free tress I. H. JULIAN, ' Prove all Things, Hold Fast that which is Good. PROPBIETOR. VOL. Vll. SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEXAS, NOVEMBER 17, 1877. NO. 2. afcos Free PrEss. VUBL1SH.ED EVERY Si U'ORDAY BY ISAAC II. JULIAN, 'fo whom u'l Letter should bo Addreased. Office South side of Pluza. Rat, of Subscription. Ono year, lu advance J JJ Six month " 1 Three month! " 10 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, on. Insertion 1 09 i each addition a Insertion under one month, 50 centi per square. I moTTSmos. s mo. 11 mm 1 Sonar. ., . S " . 8 " .. 4 " ... U eolm. .. i :. 1 1 S 50 .Ml T.iif I Kill) I 0.00 I 15(10 1100 20 00 is.oo HO .00 35.00 00.00 10C.OO One Inch In apace constitutes a square. Legal and transient advertising payable etrlo'ly 1n advance. Lacal notices, 10 cents per line each Insertion. Announcing candidates lor olHoe, county, $ 6.00 For Olstrlot or State office W- Obituary notlcet of over ten Hues charged at dvertlslng rates. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Newspaper. r EST TEXAS PREB P...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 17 November 1877

J. H. JULIAN, Editor. ft' PUBLISHED EVEHl' SATURDAY CURRENT TOPICS. The President, Mrs. JIayes and two sons, Secretary Evarts and two daugh ters, Secretary and Mrs. Sherman, Attorney-General Dovens and others, left Washington on the 30th for Richmond, Va., arriving there tho sanio day, The Presidential party Were met by a reception committee composed of dis tinguished citizens and es corted to Monroe Park, where a welcoming address was made by the Mayor of Richmond, which was re sponded to briefly by President Hayes and Messrs. Evarts, Shorman and Dovens In the evening there was a general re- ception at the Exchange Hotel. On the following day tho Presidential party vis ited the State Fair, where they wore re ceived by Gov. Kemper, and in tho even ing there was another reception at the Executive Mansion. The President sent to the Senate on the 29th a long list of nominations, among them the following : Wm. Hen ry Smith, Collector of Customs, Chica go; Theodore Roosevelt, Collector o...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 17 November 1877

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All COIIIl4Mlh'UttC'!IMfol'tl)fMmHTHll'l!!l(llfl accompanied by 1 Iih name of the uutlmi-, licit nocenHurily for publication, hut u evidence of good fultlt on the part of the writer. Wrlie only on one Hide of the paper. Ho particularly careful in giving nunies and (IiiIcm, to have . all letters or llgures plum uud distinct. Ho Didn't Know It Was Loaded. "Look out!" exclaimed the young man, scarcely able to control his laugh ter. I'm going to shoot 1" " He pulled the trigger and the harm less pistol went off. The girl fell, and there was a good deal of hlood in her vicinity. Ho rushed to her side, his eyes wild with apprehension. " I didn't mean to!" he said, apologetically. " Upon my soul, I didn't know it was loaded!" , "I can not believe it ! " she gasped. "It's heaven's own truth!" he said .with great earnetness. " I can not help it ! " she said feebly ; adding with unmistakable truth, "No matter. I shall die just the same." The7 jury in the case was one of the...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 17 November 1877

Free Press. 1. II. JULIAS, Editor. (SATURDAY.;. NOVEMBER 17. ' Official Paper of Hay and Blanco "Counties. Vft gend thin .sbuo of the Free Press to a number of porsoos who are not subscribers, hoping that, upoo efc otniDatioQ, they will like it so well as to favor ub with their Bubsoriptions. But tbey need have no fear that it will . be continued, unless ordered and paid lor. We nover try to force our paper on anybody The Austin Statesman says that thirty newspapers have died during the present yeur in Texas. The graceful hand of Mrs. French, Col. Sweet's new assistant, appears in the last issue of the Teian New Yorker r BiTir-FivB families from New Jer sey and Pennsylvania, passed through Dallas on the 10th, en route for Navar ro county. Hon. G. Schleicher, our worthy representative in Congress, Is again ad ding to our obligations by sending uoa copy of the Congressional Record. It is settled beyond reasonable doubt that the Tower Houso,of Congress will, at tho extra session, pass ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 17 November 1877

Free Press. SATURDAY...... .NOVEMBER 17. tKI!Yl'li) Mri?KIAI. von MAI. kit The subscriber hns for snlo tbe great" portion of A NEWSPAPER AND JOB PKJ N UNU OU m T (elcept Press.) tt t-oiiBists of nn abundance of excellent Kowe nnd Body Typo, Bourgeois (or Xonjr. Primer,) Brevier nnd Nonnareil; some 50 fonts more or le-s as might lie wanted ot (iOOO, HANDSOME DIS PLAY nnd IOB TYPE, ot kall sorts nnd sizes;" a pnir of Chases for a seven or eight column pnper, with Column mid Hend Rule;, nil complete nnd good; Braes Galleys; Caees; Job Chnse, 'Jomposinit Sti .'k, etf.,otc. All of which will be gold at n BAilUAIN FOR OAStl, being en tirely surplus to our office. Some of said mutev'ml in new. nnd neirly nil ol it ot very good quality. , . 1 luivo for salts also ft net of Column and fend KuIcb for n nine column pnper, Min ion thickness, with side and lootstiolw to match, almost new. Address 'JL'.'.,t I, II. JULIAN, Sun Marooe, Texas. Austin Slags arrives it J o'clock r. ! Ssn Antonio Stsge...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 17 November 1877

i,. - .... - i " : 'J ; " ' ! Song. ,. O 1. ,'I r' .1. ' 5 .Sw-ct win'! mt blown 'or sunny tales The softness of thOBeal ', ' - "' - Wow thou across thoso moving miles News of my love to wo.' Ripple her lmlr Hko wavos that swoop - AJxmt till pleasant snoro; C , . . , Her eyes aro lilm-r thnn the deep . Hound rocky Appledoro. Jlor nweet breast ithanios the gcuUorcd spray, Holt kiHsedliy curly litfht; drenui Mho in tlio duwn of day ThuWIfU uio out of nlht. - i I ; -llppincottpr November. In tlio Museum". " ' Carnivorous hensts from t)io tropical cll'mos, With blrd resplendent lyfcuthcrod, .. And wonderful relics of ancient times, In tho nmneOm horo wo gathertdj r ' . : , j i - .. - - v . . Cetaceous flslios nndjllmy snakes, , 'And monkeys aniuzliiKly 1uhj' 1 No wfcndor tlia-head dt the bom boIioh. ' o wonder his brain grow dizzy. I-nhullnff the mtiHty odor, I tread ' Whcre nil 1m cnvolopod In wondor; The Twelve Apostles hang oyer my head, With an Indian tonmhawk uuidor.j v Tlio slutte...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 17 November 1877

Tdb Mason & Hamlin Ohoax Co. are mak ing one of their Cabinet or Parlor Onrnns for the King of Sweden. .They recently furnished one for the celebrated Dr. Fhanis Li but, of Germany. In acknowledging Its receipt, he wrote : " It fully justlllea the remarkable, well founded and wide-spread renown of these su perb instruments." Mr. Ira D. Satikey, whoso opportunities for testing and comparing such Instruments have been remarkable, always uses a Mason & Ilamlin Organ In the Moody and Banker meotlugs, and recently selected ouetor Mr. Moody's church in Chicago. .. ' Vienna Rolls. To one quart of flour add two teaspoonfnh of Dooley's Yeast Fowseii, sift thoroughly. ut in a little salt, and rub a tablcspoonlul of ard or butter through the flour; use enough sweet milk for a soft dough, roll out and cut with a roupd cutter ; fold over like a turn-over, wetting the edges with milk to make them ad here; wash over with milk to give them'agloss, place In a pan bo they will noi touch each ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 17 November 1877

NKOBO RE VIVA Is HYMN. , The Gospel trtin ii coming. I hear it just t hand, I hear the car-whcela moving And rumbling through the land. cuonus: 0 get on board, children, For tbere'a room for many more. I hear the bells and whistles, ' She is coming round the curve, She is paying all her steam and power, She is straining every nerve. 0 get on board, Ac The fare is cheap and all can go, The rich and poor are there, No second-cluss on board the train, No difference in the faro. 0 get on board, &o. She is nearing now the station, 0 sinners, don't be vain, 0 come and get your tickets And be ready for the train I 0 get on board, &o. 1 think she makes a little halt, And would wait upon the line, To give you all a chance to go, But yet she makes her time. 0 get on board. &o. She is coming around the mountains. By the rivers and the lakes, The Savior is upon the train, Controlling steam and brakes. O get on board.&o. There is Isaac, Noah, and Solomon, Daniel and all the proph...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 24 November 1877

Press u(,1 ) ; Mil r:i.' i an i I. H. JULIAN, 'Proye All Things; Hold Fast .that which is .Good." . PROPRIETOR. VOL. Vll. SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO TEXAS, NOVEMBER 24, 1877. : f d t .,!') m . : K' i ' .. . NO. 3. via : in ' ' Free Ptess. 1'UBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY ISA AO II. J D LI AN v To whom u'l Letters 'should be Addressed. ' -I Office South side of Plaia. Rate, of Sub.oriDtion. nun veer. In advance ? ?? Six months " Three mouths " " IS 7S RATES CF ADVERTISING. On square, one Insertion $1 00 each addition al Insertion under one month, 50 cent per quart. j I mo. 3 mod. 8 mosJ13 m 1 Squire a ' n " . 4 " . H colra. . 150 5.01) I 7 no I f U 00 4.HD 1.U( 8.00 0.00 ik fin 10 00 I 15.00 i 35.00 u on I 19. OH I 90 13 00 I in 00 15 00 i 15.00 30.00 35.00 35.00 1 40.110 110.00 101.00 S6.00 85.00 1 6iln OnelncU In apace constitutes aqnare. Legal and trauslent adverting payable strle'ly In advance. . , . ...i in nanta ner line each Insertion. Announcing candidates lor offlsa, county, $ 6.00 For...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 24 November 1877

Am giwaf w, jgttft. I Ri JWAlf, Editor.' PUBLISHED EVERY" SATUItDAY. L . - -. - CURRENT TOPICS. The Mississippi River Levoo bill, in troduced in the House by Mr. Young of Tennessee, providos for tho issue of bonds, guaranteed by tho United States, to the amount of 46,000,0OO, and cre ates a Levee District, embracing tho States adjacent to the Mississippi Kiver, from Missouri to the mouth. A Levee Board is created of five members, com posed of three army olllcers and 'two civilians, tho salarios of the latter to be $3,000 a year each. The Board is required to make a survey of tho river and report to Congress a plan ' for ' the reclamation of all overflowed lands and those now protected by levees, anJ the means of such reclamation by levees, out-offs and outlets. The whole 6ost is not to ex ceed the amount of tho authorized bonds $45,000,000. , .: The States in which the lands lie are to impose a di rect tax on the lands to be benefited, the tax to bo collected by the United States Go...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 24 November 1877

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All cniiiMuiiiicutluiiKfcirtlilHpaiwi'NlinnlffTiri etcoiiiimtilva ly tho iminuof tliu niillmr, not liHciuwHrily lorpulilteiitlon, but im uviUuncn i tfCHMlfuitliontlioiitut ot the writer.. Wrlir only on onoftldnof tlie pitpor. llcpiiitlpuljn'lv direful in irivluu liuim-a hikI chiti's, to Jmve till luttuiK or Utfui'OK plain mill ilUilnct. , THE BLUE RIDGE, ; In the early autumn of the year 1849, About half an hour of sunset, I drew u-ein in front of a large double log-house, on the, very summit of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Eastern Kentucky. The place was evidently kept as a tavern, at least so a sign proclaimed, and here I determined to demand accommodation for myself and servant, Bose, a dark skinned body-guard. Bose and I had been playmates in childhood, and I need hardly say that the faithful fellow was attached to me, as I was to him, and on more than one occasion be had . shown .his devotion. . There had been a , "shooting-match' at the Mountain House that da...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 24 November 1877

Free Press, I. II. JUMAttt Editor. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 24 Official Paper of Jlayt and Bluncn VOUHUCt. - W send thin insue ( Ike Fbee I'resu to a numbor of persons wbo are not. subscribers, hoping that, upoo cx nmination, they will like it so well as to favOr us with their Bubacrwtions Bat they need have no fear that it will to continued, unless ordered and paid lor. We never try to force our paper on anybody. Tub Luling Reporter, conducted by one of the ex -proprietors of the JBmy Bee Of this place, is "dead again. An exchange says that w disordered liver" troubles some newspaper men In Texas vcty muoh. TriE Cuoro Bulletin has it from high authority that the railroad will be ex tended from that place to Austin in side of ten months.' i The advent of, the railroad has wrought a groat improvement in both the English papers at San Antonio, the Herald and Exprets. Eaoh has donned new dress, and advanced in other respects. Mb. Schleicher U endeavoring to get the Mexican businejs before the...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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