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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — James Martin's Comic Advertiser — 1 March 1874

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Publication Title: James Martin's Comic Advertiser
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — James Martin's Comic Advertiser — 1 March 1874

( The Comic Advertiser. IMJIWilHIIKH (JUATUIT0U8I.Y 1IY JAMES MARTIN" Scene in court : .Judge. "Have you anything to oli'er to the court i before Mtiiciuc is passed ori ! vou V " I'ri-oiu-r. ' No .linlge; I had ten doltari hut m lawyer?- look that " THE COMIC ADVERTISER'.' 7 r v ic ii ir s . i.'op'i one Viir $00.00 Tiro i:npl-M. " OlhOO If vou don't IlkDtlifsiMiM'itis.M'iiil u a loud of IMnc Ktiof.s lor your hack pay mid stop ourhUli"Cfliilon III Olll'l!. N.H. NomlvcrtlsliiKH)iit(vtoM;ll. Wo have taken nil ol Unit In order to "show up" oursplcndld Mock Wis refused Si.'i.OOU.IWU.UOO from UHL.M ISOLD for one column (or should II he had oll'mcd It.) Single Copies FREE. Talco ono nndafloryou have rend it hand It to your nlillcted nulnhhor. SALUTATORY. The fact that Printer's Ink wits discovered wu hardly know how long igo docs not nmke it any the less vuluublc in ihe present day. On the contrary wo are of the opinion that like good wiuo it has improved with age. In vi'sw ol' thin sturtl...

Publication Title: James Martin's Comic Advertiser
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — James Martin's Comic Advertiser — 1 March 1874

myy . TH i Ui THE COMIC ADVERTISER h V ir Mr. Jones eavs ho is nick and tired of the " -1 Credit business and thinks he will try ounplan thisfaear. lV 4r t r J)- .Aiwriter ithe California delivers a school ad- ' ' vress0' wh'on le following passage is an exam- t pjerjiyouboy's ought to be kind to your little "4w8fe3!ll once knew a kid boy who struck his littfenMejXkklow over tn e)'e- Although she didn't $&e(?Tffinin tne earb' summer time whent'lierjf "" rosea were blowing with the BWMt'wor1)aOIsiveDeBa on her pallid lips she rose up'a'nct'tykirn over tue head with a rollin- 'pln bo that' net couldn't go to Sunday-school for Ij ipBSTbSt'Sat on." i n t . iS I? -t-. i v ; M-. "" Wf f Not to bk iicno. In Arkansas a man was sentenced to be hanged but all the carpenters in the neighborhood refused to build the scaffold. Ab the condemned man himself was a carpenter by trade the sheriff tried to induce him to put up the gallows; but he steadfastly declared he'd be hanged if he did I An ...

Publication Title: James Martin's Comic Advertiser
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — James Martin's Comic Advertiser — 1 March 1874

TSTES'VW OOOIDS .A.T LOW PRICES. IIST jSkJNTlD JSftiEHES A pickngc containing $4000 was left in the rending room of a Chicago hotel for thirty hours undisturbed but it ie only due to the honesty of Chicago people to Bay that thevaluablo package wa6 niiataken by everybody for an old Hhirt. Ah ed'tor out Wept announces that lie hag seen Bnake9 in the sun but fails to say how many whisky maBhcs it took to accomplish it. WlB Uefofe the panic prices' were high as a loaf it's heels in a Free Heading Room. After the panic prices came down- Partington's foot on cockroaches. -like Mrs. An Irish gentleman of a mechanical turn took offhis gas-meter to repair it himself and put it on again upside down. At the end of the quar- ter it was proved with arithmetical correctness that the gas company owed him eighth dollars and fiftyseven cents. ll ring Goods! Como ono. como all. Both groat and sruam And examine our LARGE STOCK OF- iSolocted with ereat loaro. with a view to suit the tastes and llancie...

Publication Title: James Martin's Comic Advertiser
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — James Martin's Comic Advertiser — 1 June 1874

rvl fa f - 1 ' 0P 1 1 ' t 1:- ';- t th R r 1- I i I ' -j t g 'i iwi:ttt-C : '. ft. .1 ... - i. J- :.. - -i. . - t7z.v - r" .r' m i r7lw'jw .fci irtiBMJl JT . TON. KflB MM! jgjg 3jtol. 1. JVo. 2 A Brooklyn man who eut down in hi sweet hearts lap had occasion to caution her lm loop.ng up her skirts will piU8. He (oHnd that e sequences had a tendency to disturb hie luental poise. AUSTIN TEXAS. !MIhhC-i" 8'i a gentleman one evening why are ladies bo fond of officers?" "How stupid ! replied Miss C ; "is it not natural and proper that a lady should like a good offer Summer Edition. 1874L A shoemakers West with a literary turn of mind has the following poetical gem attached to his ehiugle: 'Here lives a wan who uever refuges io menu an sorts of lioote and ehoeses." When a youne fanner's wif mo.i i.- if ooy s pauta precisely the sum h.rr 'fii-j the ffttVlOr UTnln!. 1. Il1 I ' . .. uoounesai lie won't homl' rhe'88inet0 fiCbl r COmin i) Era in l WmwU !lifiHp .- 4w

Publication Title: James Martin's Comic Advertiser
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — James Martin's Comic Advertiser — 1 June 1874

THE COMIC ADVERTISER IMbmlmt. PUBLISHED GEATUITOUSLT. BT J" AS. MARTIN yVTJSTIN- - - - TKXAS. JOE MABTIN EDITOB. I Vopu one year $ 00.O0. a copiei ' ;. $ oo.no If you don't Uko these terms. Bond ui a load of Pine a not a lor your back pay and atop your lubacription at onco. N. B. No advertising space to sell. We havo taken nil of that in ordor to " show up" our splendid stock. Wo rofused 876000.00 from HELM BOLD for one column (or should if hn had offered it. Single Copies FREE. Take one. and after yon hare read It hand it to your afflicted neighbor. " Tliero 1h a tide In tho nfTalrs of men which taken ut tho llooil leads on to fortune." Shakespeare. Old Billy little thought when he wrote the above that it would ever become so famous as finally to head a column in the Comic Adver- tisp.r "but you can't almost always sometimes toll what's going to happen in this age of progress." We have now established a paper cheap for cash that is if you pay for our goods you can have our paper or...

Publication Title: James Martin's Comic Advertiser
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — James Martin's Comic Advertiser — 1 June 1874

.l.i.i.-i- -:- THE COMIC ADVERTISER. I 1 vr. K t A cross-eyed roan cast a gloom over a street car last Wednesday by asking one df eeven men and straDgers on the opposite seat "If he had any chewing tobacco han- dy." First the svtn strangers lookel at each other; then the seven hands. went pocketward; and obp.erving this motion each of the seven supposed his neighbor the. one spoken to and the seven hands returned empty. The cross-eyed man cast a ricochet glance of in- dignation along the line and with the remark "A sweet scented lot of generous roosters of his own tobacco. took a chew Mrs. E Conomy going to make some.purcbaBes thougut ehcfwould try the Cash plan Bh'e sends for one of our papers. .Ton cm says he always makes up his nvnd regarding the va'ut of u horse by the abundance length and beauty of his tail for it's a well attested fact that "all's well that ends well." A New Orleans merchant moved by the pitiful tale of a woman who said her husbniul lay dead at home that she h...

Publication Title: James Martin's Comic Advertiser
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — James Martin's Comic Advertiser — 1 June 1874

? THE COMIC ADVERTISER THE TSOLJk.TJEl.XJSfcOlSrXA.TL 0BA.R.OIL3ISTI33FL. Oar-. The storm gathering. 'if 'I "he storm al its height A gleam of sunshine. Cleared up nfler a visit to our stoier"1 The Corner Grocer Tragedy. At five hundred aud ten on the Blootningdale ftoad One Daniel S. Carter had fix'd his abode; A proper and a.'ent for sweet wine wan he Who dealt in tobacco Halt pepper and tea. Now this Mr. Carter his customers won As a virtuous grocer and praiseworthy man ; Kiom which .statement the public may rightly opine He ne'er sanded hia sugar nor water'd hia wine. Ilia virtue 'tis pleasant to have to record Was not only its own nor hia only reward ; Ilia excellence gaiu'd him aa partner for life A beautiful charming and elegaut wife. Oh the sun it shone bright and the birds sang with glee' The dav Saucy Hennet became Mra. CI Ob the augar it eparkled the wine it bhiBhed red The morning this virtuous grocer was wed! In Sanuy Dan Carter was apt to declare He'd a wife who in bea...

Publication Title: James Martin's Comic Advertiser
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — James Martin's Comic Advertiser — 1 June 1874

THE COMIC ADVERTISER. 'v. 1 7 N" If hw ir- i'' FABMER DAVIS' STOBY. 'Taint every day I go to town I've little time for loofin' roun Cash don't come with a sudden jerk. 1 know no way but stiddy work; Times is hard but I don't complain I work away with might and main; And though I say it no to holler I lay up now and then a dollar. Fannerfl' wives 'aint much on show But they nuiBt have 8om"5 things you know ; Though luxuries we can't go much on Comforts we will have a chiton on One leisure day my wife observed (My 'legiance there has'niver Bwerved) I hear the neighbors toll my dear How cheap they're selling goods this year ; Now let us go to town to-day And learn the truth of what they nay. To a blind horse you'll agree 1 think A nod ie just as good 's a wink So I tackled up our old trray mare ' V( ! AW And we rode away a cheerful pair; I met a youngster on the road His red hair like a furnace glow'd ; His jacket he had much outgrow'd And his bare toes they inward trode. "Whoa! Januar...

Publication Title: James Martin's Comic Advertiser
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — James Martin's Comic Advertiser — 1 June 1874

T THE COMIC ADVERTISER. My name ia Dunn. The rest of the name i mmaterial. It might be John or Bill or Sam but ii N of no cnvequanre. Dunn id enough for pripvnt purpna8. It is all on account of m name 1 puppoae that fo many little duna an runnine 'o me continually. They are from peo pie 1 owe nnl Irom people I dun'o. But it don' do any good lor me to dun anybody mypell "omo to Dunn me have you?'' ia their fire alut ation and they ht'igh bui-itaro tly at thei own pitiful j )ke Beemint to think 1 o ght to take hat iiipfctd of piy. Then they tell ho they 'liBte a Dunn" at d make fo many playB on m name that fiometinns I am Dunn-gone mad n ioui it. ' Have you Du ?i anything about that ifluir of oure?' writer a coi respondent. Ano h- jr man tel s me I have "over Dunn somtthing t nnother. Such ntiserab'c jnkera instead ol eing overdone ought to be done over. "Anoth.tr little Dunn" ia the wav the editor announces an nict ease h my family and then he goeR on in what he considers a very face...

Publication Title: James Martin's Comic Advertiser
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — James Martin's Comic Advertiser — 1 September 1874

'-l II III lf. aw. VOL.1. IV0.3 AUSTIIV tftt.il. th " ' wA vf B-w Mm B Bftl 1M luU fflijM m mm Ewil&Qk sYKbIbHSY m)mWmmOE&&9im VKzS!SOmK9BVbIHIV tPmM MUMt MMiMmMmMmMmMim ffl HBvHBHBSBIvilHHOkV Kwswwi . :.; a First ;ln Town with New Goods First to sell at Low Prices and First in the Heart of the people Ml si m il 38 hi ffi F32 ;' '::; . m a kf i"i - I .r- T . . -3? &-.

Publication Title: James Martin's Comic Advertiser
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — James Martin's Comic Advertiser — 1 September 1874

THE COMIC ADVERTISER. TH3 COMIC ADVERTISES. PUBLISHED GRATUITOUSLY BY jambs jLJRrrxisr Austin. Texas. JOE. ItlAIlTKN. EDITOR. X KKMe). Ontt Cop'i one rear $00.00 Two Cophu " OO.OO If you don't like these tonus wond us a loud orPlno Know for your back pay and stop your subscription at once. N.B. No advertising snnco to soil. Wo have taken all or that In order to "show up" oursplendldstoi-k Wo refused 876000000000 from IlEI-MliOLD for one column (or should If ho had ollored 11.) WSINGLE COPIES FilEE.-" Tako one and ulier you have read ll hand It to your afflicted neighbor. GREETING. Onco upon a time as the story books suy there was u man (this assertion nmy be startling but wo vouch for its truth) tliiH man hud a name his name was given to him by his father or mother or aunt or some other friend or relative and for want of a better one it wus Benjamin and his pilcrnal ancestor's nume was Franklin he was ever after called Benjamin Franklin ; Ben for short by those that were familiar wi...

Publication Title: James Martin's Comic Advertiser
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — James Martin's Comic Advertiser — 1 December 1876

Vol. 2. No. 2. AUSTIN Christmas Edition 1876. A Word to the Wise. THE OLD PICNEER'S .VISION! s tID it ever occur to you. that a very large amount of money is carried out of our town every year by a class of people who f think they cannot get anything good enough at home. Now this is all wrong and very injurious to the interests of our home industries and also very dis- couraging to our Merchants and Manu- facturers who have staked their all in trying to build up a business that will add wealth and importance to our prosper- ous town. Many will say in reply to onr argument why don't our. merchants try and stop this and keep as good a stock as can be found at retail stores in lar;je cities? and we can answer we do! and much better for the followisg reasons: "Ve never buy ajjyjhjiyjr but what Is good ; we never attend auctions to buy damaged stock or bankrupt sales of shoddy goods ; but go to good reliable Importing Merchants and Manufacturers ; pay Cash for what we think will suit our...

Publication Title: James Martin's Comic Advertiser
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — James Martin's Comic Advertiser — 1 December 1876

If you have'nt seen our Stock you had better be getting around as it is going off Lztte Hot Cakes. The Comic Advertiser 1'UJII.ISIIED UUATUlTOTJbLY BY i J AS. WARTirV ''.. AUSTIN TEXAS. JiS. MARTIN'S BUY A CHRISTMAS PRESENT FOR YOUR WIFE! i - r IB TJ-5T JAMES MARTINS -iil Denier iu W BOOTS & i life 53. j r n TERMS. 00.00 Ottt Cop one Xear I irii Copies ' M 1 1 you don't like those terms send as a load of Pine knot lor your back pay and stop your uubuorlptlou at uiick. N .H.N o advertising space to sell. We have taken all oi that lii order to "show up" our splendid stook. We TGfuHod 876000000000 from the Republican Party for one oluinu (or should II tin y had offered It.) -SINGLE COPIES FREE." Take ono and after you have read It hand It to your atlllcled neighbor. OUR MOTTO. " Wlien Greek meets Greek Then conies the tug of war." We can't just now call to mind the author of these beautiful lines but we do know that there in an awful war raging all over the country against the high...

Publication Title: James Martin's Comic Advertiser
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — James Martin's Comic Advertiser — 1 December 1876

) ' I" tl ' We propose to Jieep up our reputation as the Leading an&Cneapesi House tn tnis section. AJDVB1JTIJRBS OF A BOOK-KEEPER i ) T"V v a ' JO! lni it fra ! i 1 t He began by FIUNQ HIS BIMLsi. A young clergyman whose reputation tor vera- city was none of .the best ventured to diffor with an old doctor of divinity as to the propriety of whipping children. "Why" Baid he "the only time my father whipped me' was for telling the truth." "Well" retorted the doctor it cured you of it didn't it?" ' Employing none but the best worjcmen ajid superintending all my work myself. I am able to guarantee every pair of Boots or Shoes and can furnish a better article at Less Money than any other house South or West. My" Sales i Work is all carefully selected nothing being offered to the Public that is not the best of its kind. Call .and see me. J AS. MARTIN. "Now my little boys and girls" .Said a teacher "I want you to be very Btill so that you can heai a pin drop." In a moment all was silen...

Publication Title: James Martin's Comic Advertiser
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — James Martin's Comic Advertiser — 1 December 1876

If yuw jjowt See What you Want be kindenough to Jsh foP it and W& will aeeomMOdate you if. possible 1 Our Stock is so Large and j numerous that it is hard for us IU Ml.MUjr it. au ii jruu uu iiuii tj u want M i ii see wnar. you warn t i 11 CAM FOR IT. j J Tluit Cooper was moHt unfortunate though in- dofatigably industrious. He labored on for n whole Mrnnier in the repairing of impossible cnkH and barrels with a comparatively clear roiiHciencc but when old Dobbs fetched along a bung-hole and requested him to put a puncheon to it that cooper stepped down and out. During the war a Georgia soldier while in camp near the houpe of a young lady for whom be had conceived a "devouring passion" sent her a bouquet with a card attached upon which was the fallowing' "poetic' effusion: Accept this bokay from a feller "Who has oft hum the kannn's beller; Has listened to the fifes toottn Ami helpe'd to do a heap of phooting; litis ppen the war clouds darklv rise Like fifty bussards when they fl...

Publication Title: James Martin's Comic Advertiser
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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