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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 3 November 1881

Free Press. HA.M MARCOS, TXtA. "thVuHDAY, NOVEMBEU 8, 1881. TIMETABLE. iOlVLE NEWS. Vimfcerly has bnen heard from. Cotton eeod wanted at thia offloe. Try noma wall paper. it fn fttCauuouville. Vhubcriy? "Lone Man," or j. Rows Brown Las lodiea extra fine merino M-JVll VWtL A mtt cr Cakabits and large rage for tale. Inquire at Fan Marcos Hockstcre. ' B Mt aisortuHnt of Blankats anl oomforta Very cheap at Johnson k Johmbon. "Gaotteld's Words" et the San Marooa Bookstore. The largest line of Buttons ever offered in this market at D ails k Bbo i. "Well JnHt call on Eppner and Nance if you want to buy a beaut'ful bureau. ' Caknonviixx is to be its name, unless its ttjponson can think of one which will suit their fancy better. Notice. See those new breakfast shawls just re ceived at' Browns. Single copies of the Fbeb Press for sale atthe oftW Also at the post offloe News De?ot, Kyle. - ' - Wa ara now offering special inducements ie drotw goods and have a nice'Une of trim. uings. Johnson k ...

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. — 3 November 1881

PREVALENT POETRY. M CIIAlll.Sa Ft 'A DA Mi. A wandering trilie eVlld tbs Sloaxa, Wesr raooeaina, baring no liioni ; Tniy ars made of buclcakln, With the fleaby aide In, Embroidered with baa of brilit blouxa. When ootou tb warpath the Sionxa . Marou in ainu file uevor by tiooa And t.y " blazli'tf" tlw treee, Cm rolurn at ttifir fa ' Andtl.elrwyt;ir.ujhlli 0 -tuVr lu.ux. All nrw-f t-Moiitd I lir i!l.louK-, And mi" t'- e 1 bark eaMx. I ipe art) h-ii'iv ami lii;lls And, Invmt.d at night, Giro aholtor from au.riuo aud dionxa. Tho principal food i.f lbs Hiona . I Indian maUe, whioh thty briuuaa, And bomlny mak. ' Or mix In cake. And eat it wi'.b k; k aa they cbiouxa, '..: .' Now.dooMi't tiilnapelil g lnnk o'-rlmioiii.? 'Tia enough to make anyone furiouxou ! 80, a word 1 1 the wio- ' Tray, our lantfiiinjo re ic. With orthography uot ao injur. mix u. He Krtew How It Was lliiiisclf. v BT 0. A. BHKPHENB. In the days when "temperance lec tures" wera iu full bltist, among the most earnest and v...

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. — 3 November 1881

T Far erHih; This is what ProfeMor Baird, tbe United Btatea ' fish oomruiaaioncr, de clares the carp to be. Ho applies tbii term to it, because it is singularly adapted to tbe wants of farmers, and capable of being raised in natural or artificial bodies of water 'where most kinds of fish would not lire. The trout and bans require not only very pure but cool wuter, aud tliey must have an abundance of it.' Most of the inferior varietios of ,fih require water that is, at ' least, moderately clear, oool and abund ' ant ' The carp, however," delights in water that is warm, and is satisfied with. a small amount of it. It prefers a pond where the bottom ami banns aro cousti tuted of mud, because" that substance affords a placo'of protection during very cold weather ana lor tue addi tional 'reason that it produces a large amount of plauts that it relishes for food. Tho carp will oat auythjng that pigs and fowls will. It will readily de vour insects, small reptiles and meat of all hinds, and...

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. — 3 November 1881

Tbo country kuowa that it lioa lost in the death of GarfiolJ tho man, cordial, genial ami puiua taking, an honest, efficient find hard worker, an intellectuality full of practical. wiadom and ricbly endowed with experience and loarnin? Uintfitteil it to reat af fairs truly representative Auiori- . can. It can only speculate npon what it boa lost in' tbo tttnUmmro and ltriot. Uo was shot down, not for i.ny offeniw or f-u!t of hia, but bo raufto be wan the IYowdont of the United Htiitea nud UocnuHti as Pruwi dent be bad remembered bis whole ' countrj and reoognizod all his peo plo. For this ra won there have been no party limitations in the public Krief. To each of ns he was our President to each of us he is our hero, and over tho traffio spot of memory whereunder he shill lie en tombed the magnolias of the South no leas than the maples of the North hall mingle their shades forever! Louisville Courier-Journal. Mr. Cha. B. Wayrnan, Erie, Fa., writes: "My physicians bad given me up to d...

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. — 10 November 1881

"' -w wav '-araf' f i . I . !,! I ..;) II. I.! rcos : : i i ii ii it I. H.JULIAN. "Prove All Things! Hold Fast that which Is' Cood." PHOPRIETOR. . ' VOL. X. SAN MA KCOS.j HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1881. NO, 51 Free Press. PUBLISHED KVEEY ' THURSDAY BY ISAAC E JULIAN, To whom oil Letter should be Addressed. Offioi East Bide of Plan. BATEd OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, la advauee 00 Klx months 1 Si Taree mouth " 71 ..... j , SATIS OF ADVERTISING. On Hinti mi 'Insertion $1 00 each addition. illntru o under one aionih, 60 cents per square. I wo. lmo. 0 aioe. H mo. t S.M0 10.00 10.00 IB 00 11.00 10.00 to.oo S0.00 IM.M ' 6C.O0 itM 76.00 suuare. ...... t " ..'.WW u oolm ::::::: S.60 4.00 4.00 0.00 B.OC I H.tttt T.00I 10.00 13.00 I SO W SO.OO j W.00 Business Cards, on inch or lest, on year, M 00 Card. In Busloee Directory, on year, $3 00 Legal and Tran.lant Advertisements will bo charged On Dollar par square (or tba Drat In aortlon, and Fifty Ceuts par square for each addi tio...

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. — 10 November 1881

IS IT JSYJiODrS HUSINESSt elta)irdybMinea U a .utleiuas eliould ehooae To welt own My. Iftae My don't iff" Or, to apeak ft liitl plainer, That the meaning U know, If ft lady liMftbMU? Tl it MiilKdy' liimlnrM tt'lin g.nilenwn dnrll. Or wm-n b lrarte 'he My, Or ifli ! ftt lt? Or la it utiwMjr bet Ik mrtaln aliould Imi drawn i'u v from furl br trouble . Tbt uiuiJc louLeiRon? IiitluvlHdy'ibuiuei Uut the li' U hn bran Ridta out with otber ladiee Aiiddomn'tltt her know? I(itn)b'Mly'buiiinea Hut the itentleinaD'i if alio hlioul.l aoocpt Mother eaeort Where 1 8 dorao't ebanoe to I 1 If ft peraoh on ft alilowalk, Whether gwat or whether f mall, la it anybody bualnes Where that pereon mean to cal ? Or, if "U aee aper.ou Aa be'a calling any where. . . . . Ia it any of your biieineee What bia buinee may be there? The aubatnnee of our querr. . (Simply etated would be tbi: , la it aoybody'a buaineia . W hat another' bunineoUr , , If itia, orif itUn't, We would really like to know, Fur wo're eortu...

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. — 10 November 1881

CjSXfER riUtUHS ASD THEIR IZ. . avUkU VtlfM Tnm ritliMi, HU, U Jltwevs, If , J. Hw York THbM. - One hundred birda of the Hudson County Homing Pigeon Club were tent to Philadelphia on last Monday to be loosed Wednesday moring. The birda 're owned in Brooklyn, Jersey City, Orange and Newark. At the fly of this olnb last year the' pigeons were ovettoken by a storm and two hundred of them lost. Not much , better luok attended the club this year, only about vlf of tho birda coming back. It is supposed that they were killed by -Dortsmen along the route. 1 ' " On Sunday fifty - birds of the New ! ui Club will be loosed1 from Wiiming ton Del. The Brooklyn Club will have race pn Sunday koa CPenn, Hue Jiewlir vjuu, who luuscu jruui Plainfleld;'' 111'., ' on last Thursday. ' Tho distance is C50 miles,' the longest . flight ever attempted in .this country, 'xhe ' bird reached home ' yesterday1 morning, Dealing ,uie neap reoora .Dy two weeks and flying twenty miles fur ther'Tho weather has- bee ...

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. — 10 November 1881

Free Press. ISAAOH-JULIAN, Editor. AJT UABOOS, TBXAi. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 18H1. the. Entered ai Otcond Vtou Mattrr at e J'ottofficeatSuii Marcos. Ttxut STARTLING 5EWS! The Capitol at Austin Burned to the Ground! , . Yesterday about noon the Capitol building at Austin waa discovered to be on fire, and the fire companies be ing unequal to the occasion, it burn d to the ground with nearly all its contents, comprising the State arch ives, Ac. The origin of the fire is unknown. This is a great public ca lamity, and a disgrace to Austin that it should have occurred in brood day- lisht Late Sews Items. Droifhl till praralle In Jlew Tirk alt. Thi Hun .laae that tbera U eoarolty or water lor domes! le tUS. 1 . Tht following I tho Hot of oRIeers tl-ot at tit 4IId eltr eleotloa on MotxUy: Mayor, K. A. say lor) oily mribl, Ben Thompson city attorney, Xewton Weltanj olty treaoxer , J. W. Upward; olty UMUor.r.Storalog,' city engineer, J. K. r 11 la elated thatTylor will oontest tho vota for Au...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 10 November 1881

Free,,, Press, BAN MABOOB, TXZAI. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1881. HOME NEWS. Cottonseed wanted at this office. ' ' i - . - ' i Xr. Hopkins has sold ula farm 01 lb hill seeth f town lejadge Conk. t - i '.' . A SINGER Mwiug machine for 12.1, - call on W 0. Dcooaa, ( ' xir. Ilmeeek, dentist, haa eeewladed to make the Hofhelni betel bit head quarters, loo asiBBce- ' mailt. - i in . W. 0. Doooeh, will trade machine for cows, horaee Ao. XBBictfa Wnrru Fauuox Quabtbblt at Pan Marcos Bookntore. (Jood, We warrant the qualify of all onrGrocerioM. , Free delivery to any part of the town. . Q. W. Don albon & Co. Ifyour old machine needs repair, carry It to W. 0. Duooeb, he guarantees satisfaction Elder T. 0. Mitchell, Baptist, will preach at the Cbrlrliao cbarcb od FrMay night la 18th last. : Beaatr.health. and happiness for ladk in "Wine ur www. . , For tale by all druggist. :. . ' Single copies of the Fbke Pbbss for sale at the office. . Also at the post office News Depot, Kyle. ', " JZmbomd...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 10 November 1881

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. LH. JULIAN, Publisher. BAN MARCOS. TEXAS TEXAS TOPICS. Palestine bu organised company to build cotton seed oil factory. ' w..i,inffion conntr farmers we c i h. afint-irani now when OOIuJ.uftn j 0 they bring their cotton to market The Cnero Excelsor factory has made iU first hipment of ootton yarn ' to New York. ' The census report shows ft tobacco product in Texas, from 685 acres, in 1879, of 5Bl,'t pounus. . wniirdB of bushels of mesquite being gathered in Taylor - county to feed stock upon ' Gainesville has ft population of 8500; .is .building 'ft flfOOO school house ; has eight churches;, and one of nnat nnnrt houses in,tiie Btaws, U1V which cost some 135,000. ' ..Pilot Point Post: Forty-two per- utfnm. from St. Clair coun ty, Missouri,' passed through this city hut Thursday en route to urowu uu.. ' tr ; Their teama were faCandthe peo rie seemed to be in fair circumstances , Tlnnkwnll county, Texas,' has been doing without whisky for the past three ears. At...

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 1881

, HOUSEHOLD BEQgPTB- . Bur's IIkabt.' As - eioellent method of cooking baof heart mar be had by observing the following) Wash the heart wellnd took it In a pan of tepid water till all the blood la drawn out of the rentrlelea and It la made rery clean and dry. Next parboil It for a quarter of an hour, then tuff tha cavities with a forcemeat of minced real, bread crumbs, butter or minced suet, tweet ' herba, . seasoned . with a, liu tie pepper, aalt and nutmeg: or It' may be Hulled simply with sage and' onions, gew up the openlnprs with thread, so the forcemeat cannot fall out ' Put in a dripping rn, and roast nearly two hours, basting ttell with fresh butter. Thicken the gravy with flour, and stir Into it a glasa of port ' wine. Serve up as soon us possible, and pour the gravy around It. - ; ' Car. or a Muff. Whon you take it off, give it several hard twlrU around to smooth the fur. When placed in the box, lay It on its side; this . prevents the wadding from sinking downwards and fal...

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. — 10 November 1881

i . . FromHenly T. 0. . f . . Hmlv, Tvu, Sot. , 1891. , Editob Tua Fsani ' ' i Im.'Stboji'leAV? o y few word la amwer o yur couimeut, on lie tew words I uid about the location of tit Co?i Houho. I can no', wy I fully wrpt tJie ) Li j, 'the yrea4 good .o the g"-Kt nuiuW." It would look larrl w oppress nfew ly Booni luoc'at iuuij.; I Uk fJaui Murwi., but I l think lu Cotut Iloiue ihould be ia the center .or us near as a good location could be had. Tuere will, always be ditLifao. tion, local lwucs, strifes and growling, bug as the Court House is at one side of Uie county. The Fuu Piieks qpmeH regular and I am glad to see the Improvement E. Eclectic Magazine. Tues.ual discriminating and cathull tate In meeting the requirement of th vanona elaeae of rdr io whom it appeale, la hwn In Ibt Kovem ktr number ol the Kcucrio, wblak ba. Jut oume to band. In proof of tbi w may rrpraduoe tba tablo ofcotanui The Pleee of Kevalatlou In (volution, by tba Rav. T. W. Powlai Arthur ranrbjrn Stanley, by ...

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. — 17 November 1881

an Ma .PresSo N reos re I.H.JULIAN, "Provo All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR. VOL. X. ' SAN MARCOS, HAYSCOUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17,; 1881. NO. 52. Free Press. 1'CDMflHED KVKBV Tltl'BSDAY UY ISAAC H. JULIAN, To whom all Letters should be Addressed. Omen Kirnt side ol Plata. RATES' or subscription: One year, la sdvaiiee.... 1 M sis monik " i , ferae month 71 , ' BATES OP AOVEBTT8INO. nm uuK. on Ineertloa ii 00t eaak addition 1 liixrUi sudor on SMintk. M ceuta pr aquere. ' ) I no. 1 1 mo. 0 mot. 18 mix TTuuais 1 1 JO (4 4.00 .M 10.00 " .00 , (.00 10.00 16 00 a t.Uf S.OO lt.l MM u coin .0 100 lo.oo , 80.00 , Heo moo iw.ue , 6c.oo J' i.oo u.o bn 78.00 Bu.lneaeCarda, am inch or Imi, on year, M 00 Card. In B.lnea Blrettnry. one year. Si 00 Legal and Traiielenl Advertisement, will be ! cliariced nt Dollar par aquere for tba flrt In Mrtloii.aixJ Fifty .tJeute per eqeare for rack arll. lisnal Inwrtlon. A aquare la tha fpaea of ona Inch. Fractional eqaarae will b...

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 1881

SAN MARCOS FREE PRtSS jSfcSi' ?j2J?j ing a situation with hint without betray I. H. JULIAN, Publiaher. SAN MARCOS, TEXAS TEXAS TOl'ICS. ion her identity. Tbe show vent south from thia point, taking the twain with it. The father and mother of the boy and girl were frantio with grief, not knowing what had become of their children. They remained in town sev eraldaya searching for ' them every where, but being suable to find 'them, returning to keir mpnntain home, ut terly bewildered by their loss, and the mystery iu which it was shrouded. To day's train from Texas brought buck Methods ef Otton CuM-atlos). From Bradatitct'a. : Two hundred and ten students at ' tend the Slephohsville high school The total receipts at the Land Office for year euding September 1st were $81,621. Temple, in Bell connty, only few y,e children who ran away ' jnst a year months old. has forty-one ,, business 8K0i i the twelve months whicn nave ii houses. ; i i ' .' ' The Missouri Paciflo toad will be completed ...

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 1881

oead u was tlte WitftJi: ara dear deJh. Unhappy levrn. " " fio"thBurUnstoo0ky. ' -, Once upon ti"10 tbeM IiTe InaiJ en in 6titit Andrewi, beautiful Cana dian, named Pemigowaaset McKirclten tthnrobach, the lovolioat flower that ever re 1 1,16 Bunr-hlne uD "bowers, 'haste aa Diana, true a Penelope; the vJ.le pulta in the blue of bar eyes, m.d nef aold foraooondohoiuo in the pools lien lw smiled ; ivory white was Iter broad white brow, for the didu't comb t.fl- bangs uonn iuio uer jiko uie i loretop of a Slietland pony, and the -.mi-occasional fogs of lior native land kept down tue ireciies ana me tan. blie wore good clothes, and moved in l.nhieuest circles. She embroidered lier own number one and a half moo toksins. and was the belle of the singing school. Her father owned more acres tof sprube and pine lands than he conld eonnt in a, months he coild get enough ship' knees in p 47 to uild a'' United gtates navy and'' two schooners,1 and was rioh and proud. 1 He sat in the best pew in ...

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 1881

Free Press. ISAAC H JtfLIAN, Editor .THURSDAY. NOVEMUEU 17, 1881. Entered at S-ettd- Chun Mattr Itt , Lata Xewi Item. . ; The trial of (Suites:! in Jirogrcwius at AVshhiugtoii. The ohhh ngnlnHt the star route t'ulufe , failed because they were brought hy infor iimtion niul not by iiulittiiieut of the mud jury. They will pmlmltljr bo ludivted and again brought to triaL. The fire at Anrtiri wim rsnsAd by runulnu a Ntove Jill iuto a hole iu Uie wall in the iitloruey (JenerHl office where there wan no title, nud which tannlaahtdln coiiibtmtilile utnteriaL A very inexuuiuble if Hot crinv bal blunder on the part of ull concerned. The Western Narrow Ouae ban three MirveyinK parties in the field, the tlmt near Ultimo City, and the second ueur Jocuian nud the tlArd Ideating the line. County . Meat Matter t 'tho regular term 0 (bnitmsaion era' Court ban been in session this week. We will give full proceedings iu our1 noxt ' Meantime we will jut iofn such inforcditioit asvwa'Jme been able to i...

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 1881

Free Press, A.M UAKOOfl, TEXAI. ' THUBSDAT. NOVEMBER 17, 18X1. BaUroad Time. , We l.ave no aohedule of the Ute iuat(e of railroad time, ao-we cau only continue to ulve the time for thin place. Southward 1 o md Irnius arrive at 1.40 p. x. and 7. SO p. ji, Northward at tt.42 a. m. and 1.17 p. x. jl 1.40 aud .-7 tmliw bring the mails. HOMS NEWS. Hee new advertisement cf J. Bona Brown. Kkw Mcaioat Uie San Marooa Bookstore. Hath and trunks Just received at Lc, J. DaHiy'b A nice line of i, .... , . Dolmana and Cloaka juat arrived. 1. B. Tuhkeb ft Co. A itkk lot of Accordions, Harmonicas Harpa and musical merchandise, juat re ceived at the San Marco Bookstore. giNaut copies of the Fans Pants for sale t the office. Also at the pout office News Depot, Kyle. ' . Km pictures of Mr. and Mrs. Garfield for in eta. each, at theFnu Patss Book and Jfews stand. A good second hand copy of We bitters Unabridged Dictionary, for sale cheap, at the Fuck Fbbw Book and News stand. ' This issue of the Fan Pb...

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 1881

THE PROBLEM AeroM tho rlaik, eoM treat 0 death, W look with wondorltnl huniiry eye". Toward the dreerv, distant aklea, Aod ask Ita feel.le. dunltfi( breath. . ' MWbar Mil we?" Hut no -roloe replies , W look around on evurjr baud. The prleaU an'l eoribe-. toe wiee and -treat, Tba king and rioee, man tt elat, Of awr eUma and eery laud, Gate with ua till tba buiir i late; And cauDot anewer. Then ahll w ' Disturb of so 1 ti'b fift-blo oni , To know liie encret of lUrke. And aak tha U ly Triity ' To live to Mich as u ru-diea? ' Soma liava tha Kuiaii, eot.e tho eroiw : God ia wale I in many way; Tba bloody aword or other daya, Tho canting orUe and aaiutly K,lo .. ' Of thana, oan ouly belptomite. - - Tbaoountle.1 trib.e nf i-vey aona;) J ThtUiulee, Koran,.TuuranUj ., . niorulne not tho dark fents " " ' When we ehel a'and uf.re the throne, Or mingle with the cremeata. , t The eeorst liea witb Mini a'one." , ; . ', , Ha wiila it not fur ua to . Beyond the dari! Then, e BtrWe, in flcsh'to rea...

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 1881

THE "BOFS" IS CLOVER, . Or Mm ,. Wfclrh to JK-ti.tht Tklif Pirk (tlorlea frua thr Dark ud BlMdy , . drauud. 8j ecial t the tourlt-rJonrnil. Babdstown, JCv.,: Nov. 8. The re porta of the movements of tho James brothers lu the . Courier Journal are the subject of generul remark, but ob the reports'bf the presence in Nelson county of the notorious robbers come with;regVarity'i their" supposed prox imity at' thi i timo creates no uneosiuess hero: , It jis eiiiil' Jesse James attended 'Dah ltice's circus in Bardston last spring, and that his wife visited friends in the cpijulufiag th'iimmerj but thea reports ajevderied by .Don Ponce and other frien'dsTof JjijV Jjwaes boys. It is impossible' to 'gain"' 'any thing like reliable information as to their move ments, fcnd, jndjg.fromthepttthe robberare now in tho W est, preparing for another railroad r bank jobbery, while- the yes of tho. detectives k are I am informed -by a man whom form' -er years enjoyed the confidence of the H James" broth...

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 1881

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Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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