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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 15 September 1881

.'-'.. : rr V I. 11 1 i frvj. " - "0 rcos wee "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Good." X3Xe0PXXE3!TO-fR. Ma 'A 14 i 0 VOL. X. SAN Free Press. 1'U'HI.ISHKU KVKICV TUUU6IUY UV ISAAC H. JULIAN To whom ull Latter should be Addressed Okkiok K ixt itiiiti ol UATKit OP SUHHUllll'TlO.N S ) a year In advance 1 M e. itiinrtaa " . I Tare niuiilha " I RAT US CP ADVKRT'8IN(J. One MMra. -ot.e Inaerllnii $1 IW eeeh sd.llttes. I irWrti u under oiie mitinb. AO tenia er aquare. i I I win. .1 .ini.tnoi. I Km-.. 4.KI 0 MO I W.INI 1 H t ' . I .... : . i4 m.. . 4i am k.ihi I ' 11 mi i W Nt cohn. 10.ii I m.ua ee.oti ..I Mitt' Ill MU I ZUUO au.iiui luli'-Cnl one lie or lam sue year Carda In Hudne :ilfiT. one year. 01 Legal and 'iratwlant Advrtleuietiie will he cluric"! ue Dollar ir .quar t.r the Ural lu- kiln Cetita net aauare fnr each ai. it'iiial Inaernoli. A Me la (lie apac of onj Inch. Kraciliuil ettiere will oe couuieu aa im lycal'anfl PmUeae NoHraa will ba charged ten Mite per line lT me nr...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 15 September 1881

"SESlSa SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. t H. JULIAN Publisher. BAN MARCOS TEXAS TEXAS T0PIC8. The TexM and St. Louis i a nar- row gauge but the men who control it re not-taking Gov. Hubbard for a ample. There are over 20000 men and 100 000 horses and mules employed in rail- a i..;M;ni in Texas. There are gVMU uum"0 about 2000 miles of road uuder con- tract and about 6000 miles more to be contracted for. When the Texas and Paciflohas joined the Southern-Paoiflo at El Paso facilities will be afforded to travelers to become acquainted with the state on their way to the coast. Multitudes will avail themselves of the opportunity to soe and judge for themselves as to the 'real resources of Texas and mill spread the information so that it will bo gen- erally known Then the unsettled parts of the state will be covered with farms and villages and the entire country be the gainer. The Kansas and Texas extension of the Missouri-Paciflo is pushing on to Laredo through the heart of the state and the Texa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 15 September 1881

HOW SOUTHERN FACTORIES PAY The president of the Graniteville Cotton Manufacturing Company at Augusta Ua. submitted a report at the annual meeting which rmutt prove to -all who have at heart the success of manufacturing enterprises in the South. The OranitevUle And Vancluse facto- ries are under the management of the Graniteville - Cotton ' Manufacturing Company with an aggregate of 34064 spindles and 880 looms. The product . of goods for the year ending March 1st last was in pounds 46t96G3 and in yards. 1830309 in which 12383 bales of cotton averaging 450 pounds to the bale were consumed. ' ' The pro- fits were $137190 and the expenses including insurance taxes ; schools churches interest -tire.- $46383 leav- ing a net profit of nearly $91000 be- ing a net earning of over 15 per cenjb. on the entire capital stock. ' .Of this $48600 or 8 per cent. was paid in dividends and the balance 43000 carried to the surplus fund which now Aggregates $168543. ..The loss.of run sing time during t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 15 September 1881

Free Press". i-- ISA10H-JULIAN Editor. TrtOBSDAV SEPTEMBER Ml. EatrrrA H-roml Clou J W( I'uttoJitmat&i Mwot 7 Mattir ut Wat WAITED. A steady intelligent boy or youth to learn the printing btujinesB. One ImvingBome previous knowledge of the buHinew preferrud. AppI y at tne Fbee Pbe89 office. Enlargement New Style. The roo8t acceptable form in which wo ever presented the Fan Pw before itn patron and realew wiu that to which we rotura with our present issue. That wan nearly four yesre ago and we made the change nuder the assurance of a large In- i.reao in our subscription list which we never received no that after continuing it at a lone for over eighteen mouth we vera oompeDad to returj to the old style aud a smaller form. Timed however have considerably chang- ed since that time. Thea we liad no rail- road nor exprasa companies and were com- pelled to have the ready printed iusides sent by mail whioh was very expensive or by freight which spoiled their freshness while in eit'aerc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 15 September 1881

Free Press. ( BA-tNT MA'iOOB TIXA. 1 ilUllSUAY. SKPTKMBKU8 1881 TIM L2 1 A1ILE. iitalcil id N Vortiurn Siilrd. SAN ANTONIO DIVISION: P0UM Ml J II. Mtu. IIP. M ..! " " .T.IH .144 " .hi - U ol " Hl'UXD KOKTII. ll. HI&4IA.V in M ' " .. . M " . S.ll ..KM " ?(Mf ' iimw ... . A.M .... 14I " ... M.4 . . U.S.. " ... II l " ux. p. . .. it ... x xul. JK. Mrm.s' n.SIU'. .... i " .... Aa " 4-11 .... .H .... S4J " .... .i .... Mi M (AHn j anclinca Ilili kl r AX MARCOS... JWtiier..... New RraaiiMa... bau Auluuiu... aunln taiwtiaca nitima Jty Ian mar. om. jtUlltlT Urn HrsunMs.. Ian AiiUiiiIii .. DEiOOB NEWS. Monk in still wuuted ou debts due the ree 1'behs office. Loukluut HigU Sahool opened bint Monday l lth na nttemlnuce of efghty-nve pupils. SsG. W. DiimUou & IV revised lurkut RfpurMhis wettlt. Warn SausKgo at U. W. Donilsbo & !... - .'. ; v ' - . . . s- ' fLOCR. i Wo nre in daily expectation ot a car (uad of St. Louie Flour. (. W. Donai.son &. Co. f. Oi.n new"nper! for wr ippin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 15 September 1881

WHAT I ME FOR. BT 0. LINMiKUl BANKS- I live for th om who love me Who nearta ara kind od true; For the heaven that emlloi about roe ' AndtwalteroiMpl'l00' For H human tlee that bind ine. For ibe Uk by Ood aaai8nxl mo. For tbe bright hopeaWt behind me Anil the good that I cn do. I live to learn tjietr etory i j Who've enfl'ered for my ee To emulate their glory v ( !. And follow in their wake; ' - Barda. patriot martyre eagea 1 f Tbe noble ot all ego. -yy hoe dflede crown bitory pafte And tiinee great volume make. J live to hold communion ' r With all that i divine;- ; .- '' '- To fet there U a union " 'Twlxt Naturee heaitand mine;' To profit by affliotion . . ' Ucap trnttm from flelda of fiction Orow winer from conviction. ' . And fulfill each grand Ueaigu I live to bail that season '. . By gifted roinde foretold; . 11 When man ahall live by reaon And not alone by gold; ; When raoa to man united ' The whole world ahall be lighted ( f Ai Kden wa of old.. ; ;. j J 4 I live for thoe who...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 15 September 1881

The Cstteu Manufacture. Itaa tb SdaaUfio AmaiUw The "cotton year" statistically ends September 1 when the preceding year's growth is substantially all marketed and the picking of the new crop is well nnder way this part of the work ex tunAino tin to the end of the year and """O ft ' sometimes later; It is now certain that the crop of 1880-81 will exceed that of 1879-80 which was 5761252 bales and was the largest crop over raised in the country up to that time. The receipts reported up to August 10 were 5735355 bales against 4014226 bales to the cor responding date last year. ' The quan tity of cotton in a bale varies although "the im Droved machinery for comnreaa- irig and baling has tended to make all bales heavier the last few years. The total weight of the last crop was 2771- 797156 pounds the lightest bales being . of fctea island weighing 318 6o pounds and the other descriptions varying from 460 to 500 pounds. Beside the Ameri can growth. India and Egypt together ' contribute a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 15 September 1881

ftrtonahe mm.. . nr.l.l Elder MomUvMint Um Kyle gathering. Cnpt. Morgan ft Txiw emu irom un. lr is in utteudJino m oar coon. ; Vol Sledg lw ootton ftold of 1000 acre otwit Kylo few um distant He. Mr. Itonoh 1mm returned to Mono. lain City where be will open ft aohooL We met umny acqnnlntftlnoea at Kylo "too Mimierotw to. mention" all or wnora we were tjiuil to aee. niuncd Vnaner. ntnted to be un ruv.n Then lit named iu the lint of V virtiniH lo Uio lute train robbery in MiwonrL Prof. HtorU the principal of the Kyi school itppenw to be gentloruaei of more than ordinary force we tew he way trove to be the rigjjtinnn in the right place. . ' We were riffbfc gjad. to meet at Kyle our friend Elder and Mrs. Burroughs lney intend removing. ere long to the nortbwent- vm nut of the atate. ' Cupt Kylo the pixtrwrohof the "lovelient villiiL-e of the plain. was at the dedication We learn he will noon locate were. At . (.resent. Kylo in "Hamlet with Humlet UIIIHMHI. ' ' ' . . . t .... A.t Kyle we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 22 September 1881

Ma at .Free reos- I.H.JULIAN 'Prove All Things Hold Fast that which l Cood." PROPRIETOR. VOL. X.: SAN MARCOS HAYS COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1881. NO. 4 4. an ires 1 Free Press. PCBLI8HKD KVKBY THCK8DAT . BY . ISAAC H. JULIAN To whom all Letts rn should be Addressed. Okkici? Kat Hide of Plum. BATRrl Of SrjlMCBIPTlON : Oieyear.ln edvauee ..... aiiillllM ....... a.... ..floo .. 1M . 76 Toree uiontae " RATK8 OK ADVKBTlSlNtf. One mtn oi.e Insertion SI UO; b addition- al lii.ertl.li nirderene miiuth. SO cents per square. I I mo. I H nine. 6 nioe. 1 mm 1 square " ! 3 " culm t :::::: ... . a i ...i mil o.iki i in. i " . S.lll I H.INI ... TOOL 10.D0 1 .. I 11 Q I 10 Oil .. I 10.00 36.00 ' 11.40 KIM X0.0 I ft mi I low M.IW sc.no Tiyou Bnaliie Card um inch " 'e ' i So ( Cards t Business Mrs wry. one V -l.7.1 and 1r.ii.liit AaverHm.tit. JU b. WjeU Dollar p !u.r. for tb i Hrel n- Mnlon nd Fifty Cents P" square eecb eil'll- rn'.r'.r.m'o? a 'b 'k . z Inch. Fractional squares will be count...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 22 September 1881

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. I.H. JULIAN Publisher. BAN MARCOS. TEXAS Mineole Nontor: The new freight house at Mineola is one o tbaimjto e- gant and sulmtuntial buildings of that character in Texas. i . . The Texas and St Louis Railroad carrie- posters for 2 cents i tas V mile and cotton i f ' road iu the state. . -With the opening of the basiness season throughout the Stats the rood agents" as well as other people aro getting in their work. The most suc- cessful haul so far reported tins season was m.ule by two highway robbers near Dallas on the 8th inst They rounded up six fui mors who wore on their way home alter having disposed of a portion of their cotton crop and relieved thorn of $1700 audi and two watches With this booty the tliioves rode oway. Snn dntovio Ewrew : Major W. E. Penu th evangelist addressed a letter to the public some time ngo im- parting the information that the people of the Baptist Church of Palestine have given liiui auiuoniy iu uunv "" house of worship. He propo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 22 September 1881

- PupeiMnaktBr Politician!. In bit . recent speech at Saratoga Warner Miller said "it seemed natural for paper makers to go into politic." He did' not tell tho otwooiution that A T i . m mm wiuiam a. ivussseu 01 juassaonuseus and himself both members of the lost House both re-elected to tho present Congress and both mauufuctufra of paper on a large scale went before the Committee of Ways and Means to prevent any change iu the tariff which would disturb the price of paper. Petitions had been sent in from evejr State in the Union asking t1 at ' the onerous And unjust duties levied i on wood straw and other pulp and upon soda ash principally made abroad should be abolished so that the door of competition in the manufacture of paper might be opened wide to enter prise and industry. v ; . t . .-. Miller andBussell who were then as now .epjoying upeoial privileges $ncl enormous profits by heavy taxation on newspapers school books and Bibles exerted all the political and the personal influ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 22 September 1881

Free Press. ISAAC H-JULIAN'- - Editor. MAROOS TEXAB. THURSDAY 8E1TEMHEU . m. Enteral ai.Srcand L'tuu Matty at tin J'uitoJJiceatlj'tn Marco Texa. WANTED. A steady intelligent boy or youth to learn the printing bnsineKS. One liftviiM Roma nreviotiB knowledge of 'the business preferred. Apply at the Free Phkhs oflice. President Garfield No More. . Tho President died at Long Branch nn Mondav niarht. as is stated in the dispatches "of sheer exhaustion.- His death was not anticipated by his to within a very few - hys before it occurel Ou the con trary they one and all asserted that there was an amelioration in all his symptoms and that ho was in a state of convalescence. "Set these men doubtless stand at the head of their 'profession in this country; and are probably not surpassed in the world. Could there be a mare startling. com- mentary on the fallibility of judg- ment of the medical fraternity T On personal grounds but mainly as a national calamity the death of the president will crea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 22 September 1881

Free Press. 8A.W MAOOS THXA. THUUSD AY.8EPTKM BBR23 1881 . TIME TABLE. UMM ui Urui Mot EM SAN ANTONIO DIVISION: j BOUKDeBOJ B. . i auik. ...... Audio....... .... S 1" H. M Maiwliaca .S4 " Initirm 1 " ki. ........ .;..T.I llrltM B.SA A.M 1U40 " 10 a " 11.11 " 1141 ll.n-.r.M. H4I " 1 SMI P.M. IIMACOH....t.U " limner ' NwHraHnMe... SSft k. Auunla....lU(W " BOUJD FORTH. MAO ' .1(1 oil A.M. . IIIIH u.lln.... . tut ... e.W . 4 ..HI . 4 04 . I.4S . . 1.4(t iwpreo ;yU..... AS MARCOS... Huuter w hrunM....f jltii Antonio T.W 41 H03SB NEWS. CHEESE at O. W. Dosumom & Co's. i A good "top crop" of potton Is confident- ly anticipated by many of our farmers. Maj. Penn will pitch his tent at this place Vt.22nd. This in authoritative. I Enclosed waahstands at cost . I' . ' Eppner &. Nance Fine Plate mirrors carved walnut frames cost '' ' Eppner & Nance. trpets Bold at a sacrifice ' Eppner A Nance. Erich's Fashion Quarterly for Fall and Winter at ' Saj Maboos Book Stows. t Monet is still w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 22 September 1881

AT NIC. IIT FALL. CnmliiK alnnf ' J tue meadows. J not ef fc-r the " "wn Watohinj tue Ktln.riuK ehwlowe Creep ter (he hilltop brown; Cua'itnf aluns i the Kloenilri ... : . . - .... in t hi ktf- My tunuifhu weut a roaming. roarai Through ilaye thai are lo-f gooo by. ing. Day when dealre aaid: VT"mrr?! to-morrow tea.t. we'll bo ay I" Deya ere the heart hi-erd the orrow VVhijh.oboee through yeeterdey. Ufa oWe boraUbed. 1 I'het with low for wmo aa rilled ; The oop U bruieed and Uraiahed. And the ireoioua win ia epllled. But to the traveler "ear. Juat oodiIdk in mght of homo. What doee it matter how dreary The way whereby he bu oorueT Coming along by the meadowe A nd watoUIog the fading day. Dnakierthannigbfadualty abedows Fell ahadowa of yenterday. In the northern euneet'i glimmer ; mi ' .. (Uiv finmiiiil ati eves uiw r - Low in the eeat a ahimnv r Showed wbere we run muou wi rlee. Liehta in a window were gleaming . i ... .tul at a a.Lft. Said: Why do yon atand there dream And why are y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 22 September 1881

SOU 1 HERS HEX. . hdr rMlUriUM M KoM It WUIt Kit--.- "r - ObieHa TlniM LHtar'. . -T have never cotton auoh a good idea of southern men aa I have We this week studying tue types mat come hero from all parts of the south. The southern wen are as a class very good- innkinff. Every now and then you meet oue that la strikingly handsome a splenuiu specimen oi puyBicai yeauiy. Southern men are generally tall broad- shouldered deep-chested and are very easy and simple in their ways and man no. They Lave none of the push and drive of northern men in tho station of life but they are much wore agreeable in a social way. " They are never iu' a hurry and .are"-always- ready with a pleasant word ov an. incident to help pass the time.' They are to each other like brothers. Out on. the grass or the lawn in front of the house thore Is now a croup of southern men surround ing General Cooke' of Georgia us he Tflhites one. of .Lis good stories... The affectionate way these men have in (heir companionsh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 22 September 1881

rrronalt. Senator Miuejr wm lu Atteuiknoo at our 'mrt Ut week. 't hear that Dr. Denton hn decided to rrt.nuv to Aiwtiu. SWuri. Wallace and Groat of Kylo were )ii the tntiu front Atwtln on Monduy Several notod niiulHk'M and member at- t in lad the Duptiut oouvocatlou at thin place l.nt week. Dr. Hardin from Dalian formerly from I'idiituapolU Ind will locate in thin place in the practice of bla profemion. Mr. Hopkin banded tu a flne peaoh the product of bia garden in spite of the dry ' weather. Elder Hatcher will dellrer lecture before it publio meeting of the T. M. C. A. to be held at the Methodwt cburoh on next Sab- bath night Elder Williamson of Austin boa n bran new boy boardor at bia hotel. He did not mggeirt to ua any acriptural text for the oc casion tbia time. We pawed on Sunday the new bouse be- ing prepared for Mr. Love the railroad aentatthli place. ' We believe It is the highest and most beautiful mountain loca lion we have seen and not difficult of ao- en. We met Capt Gul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 29 September 1881

-TA jt ' n PresSo" ia"aaasseajwjssjawtsswaaajsi '.1 1 1 I ' v.'M.f t. .i-s'-.. I 1' '.' . ..I j : .... -1 v i ' t 'a j; . i.H.JULiAN. "Prove All Things Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROPltlETOIl. voj;. x. SAN MAKGOS IIAY.S COUNTY; ;TEX;ASi 'TllUKSDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1881. NO.- 4 5. Free Press; I'CIJUSHKD 1SVKKV THLKtillAV BY ISAAC H. JULIAN To wlioiu all LattoM shonld be Addressed. . OmCK KiiHtniJ(iui''lui;i RATM OK SUBSCRIPTION! 'it loyear I" advance M ix. mmitn 'v 1 l ure luontu " 71 ' RATER CF ADVKtlTISINO. ' On quure oi.e lurtlnii 91 00) each addition. al itwrii u under one mi.iiin Ml cent per square. I I iih. mo. I 6 nioa. fv i euoare j 1 60 I 4.0U X 110 I lu.utf 4.U0 00 10.00 16 HO 10.00 DO.INI K.on Tiyno a 4 COllll.'.... ::::!! S.ul TOO It 00 to.no H.IMI 10.H0 10 on H4.IHI M.IHI 10.00 au.ne j R 10 I 1. 1 ltuliieii CuriU one inch nr le on year M 00 - t;o-d In Huduem .Mreoort one year. WW Legal awl 'Iran-lent Adverileenitnta will be rharged "t.e Dollar per squire fr the Hrl In- e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 29 September 1881

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. I. H. JULIAN Publisher. SAN MARCOS TEXAS TEXAS TOPICS. Texarkana will have street can noon. The Brazos river ia lower tlian it baa been for years. Good rains are reported in north era and western Texas. T1ia Colorado river at Austin is now as low as it ever gets. Work noon the coal mines in Stephens county progresses satisfaotor ily. For the year ending September 1st the receipts of cotton at Jefferson were StfjBM boles. There is some excitement in Mon tague county over the discovery of cop per and silver mines. The Bio Grande has been on a boom recently and caused some damage by overflowing near mi raw. The amount of wool shipped from Corpus Christi for the year ending July 81 is 0000000 pounds. The Agricultural Department esti- mates that four per cent of the acreage of Texas can produce enough cotton to supply tho whole world. Texas sells annually four hundred thousand head of cattle. At $20 ahead it foots up a grand aggregate of $8000- 000. According to th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 29 September 1881

A KETAD1 NOVEL. ATrna Story aftha Umu4 hrt era Rf. Family Brash. Reno (Net.) OtMtt. The romances that an put in good shape by the novelist and newspaper excite great interest while those in real life going on all the time are not seen by one in a dozen and j et troth ia stranger than fiction. Few plays or novels have so much real incident and so strange chances as recently occurred )0 a little family in this State. It eon sisted of the father and mother and a bright little boy. They are well thought of and in good society. . The father has always been a model man. He uses no tabacco never drinks nor swears . and nover made his wife jealous. They were married in an Eastern State and lived there and here in solid comfort . and in apparent happiness. Not long ago one of those strange changes that somo- itimes comes over the wayward human heart turned the wife's affections away from her husband to center on a bade- lor neighbor. She asked her. husband to give her a devorce but he refuse...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 29 September 1881

Editor. BAN MAR003 TBXA. Tl .TOMMY KEPTEMBEIl :'! 11. ftiUrvdat frcniid Clou Mattrr at WASTED. . A Rteady intelligent boy or youth to learn the printing bnmneim. One havinffsoine previoiw knowledge of - ft . . 1 A. J.I.- the wisint'HH preioireii. Appiy hi me Tree TRths othce. President Arthur. Wo find in tlio St Louis liepublt tan tho following fiiir and jndicioun editorial which we copy and adopt s rrcKiilcnt Chester A. Arthur has a brief biography. His latuer wus Rev. William Arthur a Baptist dergy- nmn who oscillated between New England und Canada. So uncertain was his place of residence that it hus been claimed that the son now presi- dent was boru in the queen's dumin ions. Re?. William Arthur is said to have been an Irishman of County Antrim. Chester A. Arthur was born in Vermont Franklin county on the 5th of Obtober 1830 andconuequent- ly will be 51 rears old On th 5th of next month; 'He is Urns iii the very prime of manhood and is said to be an excellent specimen of physical...

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