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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 24 November 1881

i .- -at rcos ree- I ,n i." .... ..-... -wf- .,-.j. ... rresSo j.II. JULIAN, V pr0Ve All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PHOPIUETOIi. VOL. XI. ' , SAN MARCOS, JIAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1881. NO. 1. gawawawawawawaawaawawaaaawaawawawaaaawawa Free Press. l'UDUSHED EVEBY THURSDAY BY ISAAC H. JULIAN, To whom all Letters should be Addressed. Office Kapt side of Plaia. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: OiMjrtw.ln edveaee.i ; UK montba , Tbreo tnoulhl ...fl 00 ... 1 1ft ... T6 BATES OF ADVERTISING. Ob equare, on Insertion 91 00; each addition allnMrtlon nnder oil month. 60 cent pr qor. I mo. 8nio. 6nio. llmo Tequaro I 0 ! 4.00 .00 t 10.00 .. H" .th 0 00 10.00 . 15 00 j I B.or n.ik) li.oo io.oo colra J f -00 j 10.00 10.00 80.00 i .' 11 00 1 20 00 80.00 6C.00 i : ,... io.oo) si.oo bu co 7o.oo Itulneif Card, on Itioh or leu, on year, 8 00 Card lu Hu'toeift Directory, on year,' 2 00 Legal and Iran.lent Advertisement, will be therard n Dollar par aquar for the flmt In aerllnn. and...

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 1881

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. L H. JULIAN, Publisher. BIN MARCOS, TEXAS TEXAS TOPICS. The pecan crop of Western Tcxta U abort Pecans are 100 per cent ligb er than last year. Cooke county, with a population of 25,000, hu only four paupers supported at publio expense. The Saula Fe company expects to be running trains into Tort "Worth on n kofnva lm Int of December. . . ...' :i .1 -Twelve nunarea m. hare been built in TexM ana ijouiwana sitliin the last 18 months, and $25,000 000 have been spent These figures are official. Connection between the Texas Pa ciflo and Southern Pacific will be made by December 1st, eighty miles oast of El Paso. . Within tho same timo the road giving ns direct rail communica tion with Near Orleans will be com pleted. Waco Examiner ; Dallas county has a farm, where she works her coun tv convicts who are unable to pay their fines. Ninety-uino ablo bodied laborers are now luxurating in the full ligl" oi the civilization that "begins with the nlnw and pnils when their ...

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. — 24 November 1881

THE MAN WHO SMILES. Mfiiatliua, flMM Cllfaa Int, w Detroit Pre Fnu v 'There Is in tbo Detroit worklioiiso to daj priaoner whose smile ia as soft ad sweet as ft woman's, and the Strang er who meets him isiustinotircly drawn townril liim by Lis clear, blue eye, ..oft voice and gentlo smile. And yet ibut vrry mnn in aoconuted the shrewd t. filmnx'st and most "nervy" prisoner ot tho lot. The fact tlmi two oflicors rode. over a thonsiiud miles with him tisndcnfled and shackled and constantly watibed is proof of the alvove asser tion. 'When they turned him over at lost to the cnstody of the superintend ent they left the following record on tho books:. "Prisoner has been engaged in- one train rubbery at least, and in half a Joeii stago and highway robberies. "Has broken ju.il three times and bears tho Rears of several -rounds. "Has 'the reputation of being a shooter and a fighter; has killed at least three men ; was a pal of Wild Bill ; is supposed to know all the leading outlaws in the fa...

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 1881

(Free Press; TilUILSDAY. NOVEMBEB HI. 181 'TEi fared a$ Second Via? Mattrr nt ... Ml Ma 1'iMtujJtc.e at ih Min:c. irxnt j Card Front Captain I jle. ' Editor , Fan Fbku j Door Sir and Friend" i I nolloe In your 1nu of the 17th, that In raiii mine tin what von ar' Dluamxl i. 1 : -.... AOivOT. to call 'The Progren of tlio 0poa!tioi. to 8an Maroon," iujiixtica I am aura ha bee a do la both to JuJgs Dndco and myxlf. Thort wu appointed at that Wliaberlny Hill oonforenoa co.um'.ttoo whoso duty it wan In th event of au election, to fcelovt at the centre of the connty or within five mllea of it, aome one point Tor the location of the county Rite. Owing to the inclemency of - JTc w Tolome, Our present .hhuo is the first of the weathor, on tho day dcsiRtwted for thU I ber of it from tiin unnar and lnwor nor have neither timo nor space to sermon- tlonBof Uie oounty f:lilod to attond, only izo on the subjoct Suffice it to Bay that those more oonTanleut to ths phse met an 1 we mean to muke the pa...

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. — 24 November 1881

Free, 'Press. . j , MARCOS, Tn JCVU. THTHSDA', KOVEMUEttSl, 181. railroad TIuip. We lave no full schedule of tho lr.techauge ci railroad time, so we can only fonliima to ph-a the time for thin place, t-'oulliward l'ouud trains arrive lit 1.40 r. m. und 7.) P. ji. Kortliwavdat !M2 a. auaud 2.27 p. m. l'lie l.i and S.27 trains bring tho mails. T0-at to Thanksgiving. Tnfx bracing weather. Bchnebs not very brink. Don't give away your old machine, carry HtoW. 0. Dagger, he will make it a new. . , For tho best needles, oils, attachments Ao. aU on W, 0. Dngger, atFaKE Pbess Office. A oood Buggy and Harness for sale, en quire at Bales Livery stable. 1 W. 0. Dugger has just received a supply of sewing machines, attachments, oils, nee dles, and fixtures for all kinds ofj machines. Call at 'he Sun Marcos Bookstore and see some ot those exquisite floral motto cards. " ' FnEQCENT new arrivals or groceries in lsrire iDHtalmeotsat mnziea whole sale and retail grocery store. W hear of a fine crop o...

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. — 24 November 1881

LEARN A LITTLE EVERY DAY. UttU rlile make wider -tre tmheU. Ptreenlete ell the rlter'a flow; RWers Join Ihe ooeae billow". Onward, onward m tbey f Life U " of mal'l fragment, i Rbade and eoiielif. i, work aod pt; 'omay wr, witl greatest profit, aualiUlcovr-ry day, lnyd irele b.MidW lianenU,' Diop ot laiu 0 mo tl ihoweia, fceoonda mki fj flii mlnut., Awl'tV ml n f make the honre ! Let on hMtf o thim end catoh I hem, A thy pj u no our way Anil with lione-t, trnn rndeaor, laraaliikeeidy. , Lata rod mini ti iking raMg, Cull 'rJ from k y page. Here a Hue n I thaio wntenoa, 'G4lnt tlielonul) time of age; At onr worn or by the wayaide, WbD tbe un-iliine'i making bey, Tbne we m) by help of beavrn, Uro liuluteiy 'y- A TOUCH AND GO. I )- a U rqnlnkls. On a pleasant morning of the last day of September, 1840, the brig Penn sylvania, Capt. L., hoisted her jib, set ber topsails, aud, wind and tide both favorable, pointed her bowspirt down tho Deleware, bound for Mautouzus. A few hour carried her...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 24 November 1881

A PECULIAR HllllDZ. ' i Cms IS C '""aw far la lay Wm . MbMlNn Float lb Nov Turk San. Wabbixotox, November 1. The sui ride of Mr. Wn. F. 0. Gregory in this city on Thursday, ii regarded by all wDo knew him and who knew Lie clr--amstsnces in life, m being ao very re markable as to deserve more than a mere telegwpbio annonnoement. Having loown hini well for two years or more, and being, as a fellow-boarder, iuti mate) acquainted with the facta, I think I tm not mistaken in regarding them as extraordinary. He was 21 year of age, the eon and only child of highly respected parents, of Richmond, Va. Hi father, of the same name, is a mem ber of the bar of some eminence, and in good pructice. Both futher and mother, as I happen to kuow, loved the son with a devotion amounting almost to idolatry. He bad held the position of "shipping clerk" in the folding-room of the House of Representatives for three years. This had afforded bim a competent support, and enablod him in his leisure hours to re...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 24 November 1881

Froa Mountain City. Mo'uKTUsCrrr, Texas, Nor. 10, 1881. HuiTon Funs Tarma: ' ! ' Mountaiu city U enjoylnj iU nnal qnle. f.i.l. ' Tlia lint of tho cotton it being picked durlug tha pleasant days following tlio lute rums. Thi-ro in ooiwidoruMa coin lilitlut of thn nnr.y worm ia coins places while (itUnnt httve aenipod their ravage. Mfn.-r.-i. Kmitb At Meadow are doing a lood buni'iiei in genrntl niercluindin, not uitlistnulinf the conipliiiut of hard times. Ve leant tint Mr. i. A. Voting has sold hi rexicienoc hero to Her. Alplti Young. We nre (bid to know the luttrr will soon be n citizen of thin place. Mountain City Nuntlny rcbool. as unimI, in doing a good work. A good or,jfin lias been bought mid additional interest 1h than addud to tho w ork. Thin Hiwdny r hool in out that lias in use for wlulor qntirturi, but for year has stood as a monument of the interest Hud phMevemiHe of tho jiaojj'.e of this contain, nity. We hope thn time in not far didtaat when the people of this and adjo...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 1 December 1881

arcos Jtree I. H. JULIAN, "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR. VOL. XI. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1881. NO. 2. FresSo Free Press. PUBLISHED EVEEV THURSDAY BY ISAAC H. JULIAN, To whom all Letters should be Addressed. Office Hast side of Plaza. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION : On year, In advance. 8ix month! . Three mouths " $2 00 1 36 76 BATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, one Insertion $ 1 00; each addition I insertion onder ooe month. 60 eents per iquare. mo. 3 mos. 6 mos. I 13 mot 1 square.... 1 " S " colm i" 1 a 3.60 4.00 a s.oo io.oo 13.00 30.00 80.00 AOl'O a io.oo 15 00 20.00 30.00 ' 6C.00 70.00 4.00 6.or 7.00 13.00 30.00 6.00 8.00 10.00 30.00 35.00 Business Cards, one inch or lest, one year, 8 00 Cards in Business Directory, one year, $2 00 Legal and Trnient Advertisements will be charged One Dollar per aqaare for the first ln Mniou. and Fifty Cents per squire for each addi tional insertion. A square it the ppace of one inch. Fraction...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 1 December 1881

JUST BU. 'x HOW SWEET IT WAS. Vh and shs cloM together, t), 01 bow awect it I 'One cold night of wintry weather- O o! bow awect it waa ! Up tha chimney roared the (Ire, And he drew hU chair atill niRher, With a eland.- of fond uVairo- O, O! how nwirt ir. wai ! She wa winnom in her beauty, O, O! h- weot it waa ! And he blnahed in inodent dnty- O, O! how awoetit waa! With a timid Mrt of haaK And a beating heart he placed One lon arm around her waiat O, O! how sweet it waa ! JlawkKy now 8 A II IT was. Softly crept tho old man nib. O, Ot how mad ho waa Anger flashed in hi eye ' . , O, O! how ma'i he waa.i ' ". ' B'owly drawing back one foot, He elevated that ya:oot ; Up two chimney 'monK this potA- O, Q! how mad he w.'B. . j;. . Then oh bow that Riil did sigh; 00! how aad ahe was;- , ., Declared vehemently alio'd die, ., ( O, OI how aad aho wa, ( . . ( Then tcndeily tdie wa led. ' Uy her mamma up ataira io bed ' Where hot tears alone she shed, AndO! ()!! how sad ado Was: Slwjer of Hartf...

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. — 1 December 1881

bUBMEKUEl TREASURE. TUU -''il MftfflOMOO la MntjtU - r. iwu. j From thRliiit (P.) Tlmw. The International Submarine Diving Company wosi yesael, the Mary D. Leech, baa been quietly engaged in searching for the location of her Bri tannic Majesty' brig DeBrook, which foundered June '10, 1798, off Lawes, lias been rewarded with unmistakable evidences of the jost vessel. During the past eighty-three yearn no effort with the exception of that made by the British Government, in , 1810,, b, as been made to recover ihe fabulous treasure which is known to have been sunk. It has been abandoned as being irrevoca bly lost, because the depth of water is so great that all appliances heretofore invented for raising bdavy bodies were useless. The International Diving Company, phjch was organized in Phil adelphia for no other'- purpose than to 'raise the abandoned treasure, is fitted! ... .... .... -. .. ' ' .. ' 1 i A up with all. that ingenuity c.au ,deyi$p, The most wonderful piece of mechan ism o...

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. — 1 December 1881

' " "f-,v" ' Free Press ZS&AC II JULIAIT, - - - Editor. MAECOB, TEXAfl. THURSDAY, DECEMHEK 1 181. eNTERFD. AT THE POHT OK! ICK AT HAN MA1.0OH TEXAS ABBKOOND ( I.Ans ;uiric.J Late News Items. Prof. Rote or Kan Antonio propose! t tart monthly Schooljournal about the lint of Jauuarv. Vrof. BiMwIu, of the 54m Houtton Normal ecbool waa iorlou.lr burl the othiir day by falling Ibroliifb t trap door aotne ten or twelve (tel. The Oalveitoo Journal o Commtrc cornea to enlarged to eight pnHM., Col. Sweet ha a-.oolat. with blmaelf hH brother-'ln-law, J. W. Tbomp.on, a practical printer, lie worked tor MOD the Fact I'BiMln the full of '73. The auiteau trial la atlll In progreM, varied by nolncldenta of more apeclal lotereit than the out rageoni Interruptiona by the erlm'nal of bla own at torney, end Impudence to the court and oppoalng eouniel, wblcb Have become lomewb a monotonous ..Stanley Brown. President Oarfleld't private eeretary, and "ho baitlnce been ofll elating In tbe ante capacity...

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. — 1 December 1881

Free Press. MAROOS, TEXAS. T HUESDAY. DECEMBElt 1, 1881. railroad Time. We have no full schedule of the late change of railroad time, bo we can only continue to iivo the tirao for this place. Southward lound trains arrive at 1.40 p. m. and 7.fi0 i. V. Northward at 9.42 a. m. and 2.S7 p. m. Tho 1.40 and 2.27 trains, bring the mails. HOME 3STEWS. BaboaIns in clothing at Lu. J. Dajles's. A good Buggy and Harness for sale, en quire at Bales Livery stable. Anotheb lot of new goods being received at Lu. J. Dailei'b. Buckwheat Flour at G. W. DonausonA Co. Konx, Malone & Kone have a first rate ar ticle of pickled or , corned beef. We have tried it and find it good, and no fnistake. Tm 1 "American Sentry," a leading Green back paper published in New York city, way be had at this office. Single copies of the Feee Pbebs for sale at the office. Also at the post office News Depot, Kyle. Coll at McAllister's and get a glass lamp wick and save trouble in trimming wicks and smoked chimnies. Lu....

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. — 1 December 1881

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. I. H. JULIAN, Publisher. SAN MARCOS, TEXAS TEXAS TOPICS. There are millions of wild pigeons in Atascosa and the surrounding conn ties, and the sportsmen are having a fine time. '. , " Tyler Courier: A largo pigeou roost is in the northern portion of this oounty, whore millions of theHO birds ' can be found every night. Jasper, News-Boy : James Lee, of Magnolia springs, gathered on aver age of fifty buBhels of corn to the acre, from a few acres that he had well fer tillized and properly cultivated, and over two bales of cotton from one acre. Last week an officer carried a pris oner from Pilot Point to Denton, and after reaching Denton tho officer was put to bed drunk and tho prisoner es caped; theoilicer,was urrostedAin tuiru, and after putting up his watch s surety skipped the the town. i I Bituminus coal, said to. equal the beat Cumberland, has been discovered in El Paso county. Reports from the new coal.'nunes 2$ miles bovS tiuroflo, on the Rio, Grande repre...

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. — 1 December 1881

ABOUT MONEY OKDEKS. Ctfloii lKldU RUt4 hjr a Pout Offl.s TcUraa. From the Colli mors American "Had you come a little earlier you xnight have witnessed an incident or rather a coincidence, whicb conld not but convince the most skeptical tliat we aro living in a progressive age." This remark was made to a reporter of the American by Mr. J. J. 0. Dougherty, the veterau pay clerk iu the money-order department of the post office the other duyj as . the reporter.: stopped at his desk to ask if there was "anything new." The reporter; ventured to ask for a further explanation. "Well," continued Mr. Dougnerty, "I was in the uot of cashing two money-orders, pre sented respectively by a German, who hud received his from the eastern sec tion of Prussia, and a son of feriu, who had recieved his from Belfast; , At the same moment my attention was called to the fact that a Chinaman was at the receiving desk, immediately opposite, applying for a 'money-order which he intended sending,, tut: San Fra...

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. — 1 December 1881

' ' From St Lonls. St. Locih, Mo. Nov. 24, 1881. Epitob Fbuc Vuuuk This being tliaukHgiving day business, U entirely siiKpondcd. Matinees at the differ ent theatres are crowded with pleasure seek ers and unusual good choer bo ems prevailing nil round. The day is bright and in keep ing with the Beanon thus far, which has in a great measure offBet the hard times prevail ing and a coal famine seriously threatened by the "strike" of nine hundred coal dig gers yesterday. Thesocallod "investigation" or "police scandal" mentioned in previous letters to the Fbe Fbzss, continues. The wrangle orifiinated in charges of corruption aud inefficiency made against the "police commissioners" by certain members of the legislature and criminal lawyers of the city. This led to Buits for libel, criminal slander, for perjury and bo forth, and now "deposi tions" are being taken before Notaries and the "mud Blinging" between contending parties has bocome fearful and scandalous, It shows on one hand that th...

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. — 8 December 1881

Marcos H ree ft I.H.JULIAN, "Prove All Things; Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOIt. VOL. XI. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1881. NO.. 3. SSo Free Press. PUBLISHED EYERV THUR8DAY BY ISAAC H. JULIAN, To whom all Letters Bliould be Addressed. Office Kast aide of Plaza. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance. Six month " ' Tores mootbi .(2 00 1 25 75 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, one insertion Si 00; each addition t lDteriimi under one month, 50 cent per square. I 1 mo. 3 mo. 6 mo8. 13 mos 3.50 $ 4.00 it A.00 10.00 4.00 6.00 10.00 15 00 6.0f 8.00 13.00 20.00 7.00 10.00 30.00 30.00 12.00 20.00 30.00 BC.00 20.00 35.00 BO VO 7C.00 1 square S " X colm a " BnMnessCard. one inch or loss, one year, 8 00 . Card in Business Directory, one year, t2 00 Legal and Transient Advertlsementa will be elisrged One Dollar per square for the first in sertion, and Fifty Cents per square for each addi tional insertion. A equate i the space of one inch. Fractional squar...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 8 December 1881

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. L H. JULIAN, Publisher. SAN MARCOS, TEXAS TEXAS I ones. There aro fifty prisoners confined in the Dallas county jail. Nearly all the lawyer! in Corsicana have been indicted by the grand jury for non-payment of occupation taxes. The sheep interests have suffer e less from the drought this season than any other in Texas, which proves it to be the surest and best business iu the State. Texas Wool. ' The Wise county court house, at Decatur, was burned on the morning of November 27th. The criminal and civil docket, papers, indictments, &c, were entirely destroyed; also all records and oattle brands, and many other papers, which cannot be replaced. Loss $15, 000; no insurance. Messrs. Grinnell, Tweedy & Co., of Knickerbocker, Tom Green county, last spring lambed 5,100 lambs, and weaned 92 per cent, of them, Septem ber 20, 1881. They began six years ago with Moxican ewes, using the Merino oross. Some of the ewes clipped only one and half pounds. In rare in st...

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. — 8 December 1881

A Bear Story. Speaking of tough bears, said tho aheriffi you ought to have seen the one that Joe Atkinson and me had the little circus with on the head waters of Bright Brook about ten years ago. Joe and me was lumbering over on a tract of land that belonged to some fellow over iu Monroe county. Jake Klienhaus bad got all the bark off the tract, and we were finishing up the lumber. We'd aeon signs of a bear, and an .old bark peeler told us there was a big one that kept in the swamp down the creek a ways. Every hunter that had been in the woods for six months, he said, had put a ball in the bear, and the old cuss bad carried off half a dozen traps and got rid of them in some way. One Saturday Joe and me ' made up our minds to take a day off and try and capture this tough old animal. We came onthe bear'in less than an hour after we started out. He came out of the swamp as if 6ome one . was urging him with a three-tine fork, and made for the top of a ridge about a hundred feet away. Jo...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 8 December 1881

tne TTiiTidredPoliars reward will offered, for Free Press. ISAAC II- JULIAN, - - - Editor. 8A.N MA.ROOS, TEXAS. ;tiiuksday. DECEMBER 8, 1881. ENTERED AT THE l'OHT omcj AT HAN MAKC08 TEXAS AH SECOND CLAJM MATTER. Late News Items. CotiRrM met on Jlmi'lay, Kelfer of Ohio as elected Speaker. Wa notice nothing very new In the Oulteau one, 'l t Is supposed il will last a month or more yet. tJov. Crittenden of Mo. lias acceptrd the general 'management of the fund for the erection of a nion umeut to President flartleld In Lakevlew Cemetery. The Houiton correspondent of the Little Rock Giaotte sas that lately twenty -three conlcU were killed by wreck on the International near Klvernide tnif elite, and that the new bas be en entirely eup jiressed. The wife of enal'irChriitlancy appear to bae gono wild over her divorce case. She waa lately found at night on the etreete of Washington, half dressed and with diiheveled hair. Bho had escaped from her father's bouse, and was discovered attempt ing ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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