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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 5 January 1882

PresSo iarco I. H. JULlSSj . "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR. VOL. XI. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1882 NO. 6. IV Free Press. PUBLISHED EVERY TUUR8DAY BY ISAAC II. JULIAN, To whom all Letters should be Addressed. Office Kant side of Plaza. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION : One year, In advance. Six month " Tbree months " .$2 00 . 1 26 T5 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, one insertion $1 00; each addition il insertion under one month, CO cents per square. 1 mo. 8mos. 6mos. 12 mot i square t 8 " if colm f - ::::::::: $ 2.60 $ 4.00 4,011 I 6.00 e.or 8.00 7.00 I 10.00 12.00 I 20.00 20.00 I 35.00 It 8.00 10.00 12.00 20.00 30.00 6vl!0 S) 10.00 15.00 20.00 30.00 6C.00 75.00 Business Cards, one inch or less, one year, 8 00 Card, in Business Directory, one year, (2 00 Legal and Transient Advertisements will be charged One Dollar per square for the first In sertion, and Fifty Cents per square for each addi tional insertion. A square is the space o...

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. — 5 January 1882

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. I. H. JULIAN, Publisher. SAN MARCOS, TEXAS TEXAS TOPICS. Th Texas ami Kt. Louis lltiilroutl if, graded .to Gatesvillc,55 miles west of Waco. UillsboroiBto bo favored with tbo loction of the railroad chop of tho M. V. llailroad. Pleasauton Chrnnir'e: Mr.Dof.ch, of San Antonio, it ml Mr. Cru lord, of our county, killed cighty-wvui, Jeer on a recent hunt Houth of here. Tbo Missouri Pacific is now com pleted from St. Louis to Waco, and through trains are running via lort Worth and Denison, to bt. Louis. Tho wheat crop in North Texas . ... .,11w l!nn fur this H0U8OT1 IS of looKint; uuuouiwi.T - , :er tuo year, uuu u- .-p- than i over before, the yield next Bum mer promises to be immense. -Col. W. W. Lang has written a let ter t i friends in Waco to the effect that two steamships will be placed on a line of regular transit loaded with freight and immigrants direct from Liverpool to Galveston. Bryan Pilot: Adam Royder, not withstanding the u811 evjre drouth, made ful...

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. — 5 January 1882

BEGIXXIXQ AGAIN. wi.m wmetimen our feet trow weary SOa he rushed bU of hf. I'be path utroto iing Iodjj an-l dreary VitU trial and labor rife, u'c ie on the upward Journey, lihuuinK backward o'er valley and R.en A"'o return and ' -bogift Bjalo." l,'nr behind i tho dow of the morning Witu all it Ireslincss and light, And In fore our doubts and alihdowa. Ait I iho ohl1' a,ul K,00,u ' tU8 n'tfht; And we thmk of the sunny plaoea We i'ttn "o oart-lessly thou, And o "i-;". " Permit mo To return uud bem aain." Ve think of Hie many dear one. Whose live touched ouri, at time, Whose loving thoughta and amilea Float back like vesper chimea; And aadly remember burdena We mwbt bave lightened then, Ah eladly would we ease thorn Could we "begin againl" And yet, how vain the aeeking! Life's duties press all of ua on, And who would shrink from the burden, Or sign for the sunshine that's gone? And it may be, nut far on before us, Wait fairer places than then ; Our path may lead by still waters, Though...

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. — 5 January 1882

Free Press. ISAAC II JULIAN, Editor. BAN MAHOOS, TEXAS. THURSDAY, J AN L A It Y r., 1882. ENXK(tKI) AT T1IK I'OHT OFFICE AT BAN MAHCOH TKXAH AHHKCOND CLAHS MATTER. Late News Hem. The Atlanta Exposition clo.,d oulha Slit nit. UoiiJ. If. Brewster, of Philadelphia. Is ths oaw Attorney fioneral. Oen, Norton, the veteran Republican of Dallas, ll dowr oil the Wash Jones luuvemtni. The verdict In the Whlttaker case bat bean ael aside on some technical gruuud. Uev. Dr. Leonurd Bacon orNew York.dled on the 24th ult. lli'J. Dliiklni, U. 5. Fish Commissioner of thla Statu hud hla 1 cut off by the eara recently and died from the edeol ol his lijurlei. Arthur la proving ultnseli a "stalwart of the stal. waau" in the aeleollou of a cabinet te. His ap pointed are all Grant aud Coukllng'a tool. The new dior-keoper of the U June, Walter Brown low, li a nephew of the celebrated Parson of tha name. Colouul Korucy leave two sons and three daugh ters, One sou Is a naval olllcer the other la a rising you...

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. — 5 January 1882

Free Pres s. vr-f MARC03, TEXAO. THU'WAY. J.NUAltY f, ms. (!!ianse of Time. k now Miludulo went into efu'Ct Kul(Ji,y, TIo priKcut timoiH tin follow: Soutli'rcl bound tinins tiri'ivt t 12,53 utl t rr I. NurlMwrti boutiU J A JNI bnJ 2.40 I, !. tOM NEWS. Haiti Now Year. Tub voice cf the turkey gobbler is no oii3cr so frequently lieurd in th land. Nice pictures of Sir. and Mrs. Garfield fcr-Si'N. eM attFBKK PiiEssBook aud jjows Btand. A mwical convention is in progress at Kyle for the "mutual bonofit" of tha K e y9.n1 tar aud Frof. Huut of San AntonioV Ye are happy to groet several now sub goribers with the beginning of the year. We shailuot be frightened if they "come in bat talions." Tnke "BLACK-DRAUGHT" and you will never be bilious. I'cr sale by all druggists. A Rare Chance. For sale one of the best Rtocks and stands for a Millinery business in Western Texas. -Patronage good and paying. Store room with dwelling will be sold or rented to purchaser of goods, if desired. Inquire at or ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 5 January 1882

ti.ii'i i-om. .V lVruvlaii i:urt!i(juiik'. Duriug u two-veiim' iim1ih'o nt Oulliio wo lul l -xierieueol 11 ""'' lt 6li'.it )iirtljMiik"hli",li-. '"' 'f l'"'ni Binvro t li iU.r'a to caiiM- lnu'o limn h mo!rtnt.U-.V Irixlit, uu.l ! avu: :i luifer in dfsiro for u HiiH!itiouul i lullKitiake, bnt, nt-6.1 it l Mii.l, w,'ich 1 -oiilcl enjoy at rc-hi.ect;il!tt ilivtwxo us ey witness uhly. Calluo, more tliun n c -riturv ireviou, brt-l iM'c-ii irtiully destroy 1 by an euilhqiiuk of Knut Boventy. Lock iny upon tlio oi l ruim und out vi tho burlior at Kau Lorenzo, h.iM ly tradi tion to huve been detached from tlio main land and thrown o itM present position at that time, I would endeavor to picture Mich an earthquake, and wondered how it would seem with terra flrma become no unstable u foundation. My curionity wan to bo satisfied. Af ter several days of unuaual heat, oven for the tropics, tho sun rose ono morn ing in a sky like brasn, and as tho day advanced tho heat became almost in tolerable....

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 5 January 1882

YE11Y LIKE A JIUMCLE. , IlloiilN W'obiImTuI Itwovery Aimrau1ljr In lllrrrt AiinT to TrujiT. From tho Oil i Ity Purr.VU. Tlio Kov. Mr. liloyd v:ih assigned as rasttir of the Third Ward Church iu Franklin. Pa., about 'iht months ngo. Soon after lii-s '''iVill hi w'fo became very ill. Physicians ?wero called, aud tlireo of the best in tltii section hold a consultation conccruilig Iicr case. They devidod tliut sho was ufilieU'd with what in English parluuce is known as "quick cant-cr.'' They so informed lier hus band, and told him he might as well prepare for the worst. They told him skill llor phyicim' remedies ould save her; that lier death must and would cccur in a short timo. Now, both Mrs. Bloyd and her husband aro Christians ut heart as well as in tho head. They believed what tho liible Bays. If death must come they were both resigned. Still they folk that she could not be spared at this time. For over six months she has lain in her bed, so weak she had to bo turned in a sheet. Lo...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 5 January 1882

Vick'h 1'i.oiul uuw. Of t!i) innny out ly onr KoaXituoi ami Nitrscryuiun, mm tLat tiro dug ho much to inform the pcoj lo r.ml bouutify iukI unWch our country, iiory nri ko bt-muiful, none ho instruct! vo uh Vick'o y.ornl iui ly. 1H pipor in tlto choic-nt, itn jliU.itralioiw iiimwi'ini, una k' .u" thouKcu 1, wliilo iti (Joloro l Di U'snro (jun Thin work aUhoiv.jh confine hut ten ci-ntH, in liiiu'lsouio oijouj.'Ii for fJift Jiook or u til.ieo on tho rmrlor tablo. ' rublUIa-tl by Jamw Vii'k, Kotlifslcr, N. V. Advertisement as a Xowsjaicr Feature. Good, fraii'i ndvertisoiiiftuts firo not the IwisUntftroxting ni'tl valuable rort!fm ' ft nowBjmp'ir. Wo Jmvo bwnn told that n pom inoct Now York journalist hope 1 to kco the lay when tlto profit oa tho circulation of bin pnjii'r would lo ko lur'o tint ho could diriptuiHO with advertising altogether. Wo thiuk ho is mistaken in hi opinion of ad vorti.iiug and novnpripern. Advertisements arc now They toll tho readers what they want to know whoro...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 12 January 1882

Free PresSo arco I. II. JULIAN, "Prove All Thlng3 1 Hold Fast that which is Cood." PltOPRIETOR. VOL. XI. . SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1882. NO. 7. Free Press. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY I, S A A 0 II. JULIAN, To whom all Letters Bhould be Addressed. Office Bast aide of Plaza. RATEri OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, in advance (2 00 tlx mouths " 1 26 jhree months " 75 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, one insertion fl 00; each addition al Insertion under oue mouth, 60 cents per square. I mo. 3 moil. 6nioa. 12moa 1 square $ 240 4.00 ft A.OO 10.00 4.0(1 .00 10.00 16 00 8 ' 6.0f "fuu 12.00 20.00 u colm 7.00 10.00 20.00 S0.00 13 0 0 20.00 80.00 6C.00 1 20.00 36.00 6i00 7C.O0 Business Cards, one inch or lens, one year, 8 00 Card In Business Directory, one year, $2 00 Legal and Transient Advertisements will be charged One Dollar per square for the first In pert Ion. and Fifty Ceuta per square for each ad11 llonal Insertion. A nquare is the space of oue Inch. Fractiona...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 12 January 1882

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. I. II. JULIAN, Publisher. SAN MARCOS, TEXAS TEXAS TONCS. Corsicana is about to ostablish a telephone exchange. A nite Iioh been purchased at Pal astine for a cotton and oil mill. Tlio new crop of pecans iH telling for $2 50 to $2.75 a bushel at Victoria, Texas. Marshall, Texas, carried off the premium for the finest bale of cotton at the Atlanta expoHiiion. The Treasury during December took in $00,841 from the sale of lands, less $2,500 interest on laud money. On the 31st of December the Gov ernor pardoned twenty convicts, whose ages ranged from thirteen to sixteen years. The chango of the county scat of Wise county from Decatur to the geo graphical center of the county is being discussed. Total duties paid Galveston Cus tomhouse for the year 1881 amount to $1,799,523.7 1, being an increase of $985,- 908.35 over 1880. Congressman Welborn has intro duced a bill providing for the erection of United States Supreme Court build ings at Dallas and Graham. The Gulf, ...

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. — 12 January 1882

ERICSSON'S LATEST. i Vitrei Tarptdo-Boat That I'm Slak tke Urtatest " nf lraarla.U. New Yoik World. , A successful! trial of Capt. Ericsson's torpedo-' destroyer took place at the ngvj.yard yesterday. The strong tide if the ordinance uuck compeuea a change of plan, and the target, a square frame covered with iron netting, was accessfully placed in the Cove. The Destroyer was made fast to the old Constitution. The target was submerg ed 300 yards away. Everything tyeing in rediuess, Mr. Larroe, the represen tative of the Delamater Iron Works, the builders of the Destroyer, notified Capt. Selfridg and commanders Phy thian and Crowniushield, the board ap pointed to examine the tests. At 3 oclock the signal was given, and a gun was fired. There was but a slight re port, and all that could be noticed from tke outside was - a trifling disturbance of the waters under the bow of the vessel. Almost instantly the portion of the target which was above the water was seen to vibrate, and a second...

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. — 12 January 1882

n zzrzzj. - Free Press. ISAAC H-JULIAN, - Editor. BA.N MARC03, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 18H2. ENTCKBD AT Till I'OHT OFFICE AT BAN MAR0O8 TEXAS Aft SECOND CLAHH MATTEB. Late Xews I(nis. C. C.Clay, of Alabama, formerly 0. S. Senator Dd alio afterwards hold ilia saiua position under tbe Confederacy, died few days luoe. Slr.Haya In elaleJ, even by iorat of the Repub lican papers, to bv declined to contribute any thing to tuaUailleid mouuiueut, on tie pleaofpo rty. The Oovarnorbas appointed B. R. Boberteon of Austin, lata en alataiit to Commissioner Dlnkins, a Flb Couioilloner of Teaas.vlca Dluklns de ceased. ' Mr. Blalno le reported eeyln that be doee not Intend doing anythiiiR which the gentlemen of the press huve IcInJIy UlJ out for blm, but le limply eipectino; to retire M a private cltlneo. Congressman Jones, who evidently aiipirea to be the Mahone of Teaas.le of Virginia Mock. Be was born In Alabama, reUed In Tonnessee, aud elnee be arrived at bU majority In 184, baa been a res...

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. — 12 January 1882

3M Free Press. SA. JvlAliCOS. TEXAS. THURSDAY. J.VNUAHY 12, 1882. TIMES' TABLE ,5AN AMTOXIO DIVISION: ROGKD SOUTH. HAIL. . r. o v. ..5.3T " ..e.3ii ,.6.M " .7.15 sxrirst 11.15 A. M 11.83 13.08 P.M. 13.25 " 1263 1.18 1.45 " 8.15 " Autl". Vencusca .... )upr Kyi MN MARCOS Unntcr Br.u.'U.. ..t M .BIO BOUND NORTH. MAIL, 10 40 A.M. 10 00 " ,. 9.-I0 " ..9.28 " . 9.00 " ..8.40 " . . 5 " rxrHKii, Ao.l1n.... Jlsicbsce Dupreo ... V.lB MS P.M. 3.41 " 8.88 8.05 2.40 120 " MS 11.55 A.M. PAN MARCOS. Hunter K,w nraunfeli gin Antonio 6.30 HOME WEWS. Special Notice. ' Being desirous of getting out our paper regularly and promptly on Thursday morn ing, we are obliged to ask onr advertising patrons to have their favors ready as early 519 pOBSluio ixi mu noca uuu unci tuuu eu. nesday noon, at inrtnest. utnerwise jve cannot undertake to insert them the same week. See "Hog Ordinacne" in another place. Land for rent Inquire of G. W. Danal- con. Landeeth's Onion Sets at Eaynolds 4; Daniel's. 3,000 yards of ...

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. — 12 January 1882

it 'J QOLDEN-ROD. Bhe gathered apraya of golden-rod, With aatere t in.-d them 'rouud. And brought them laughingly to me, Aa I lay on the ground. You Me." she wid. "what you bare mlaaed While idly here you Uy, For I bare walked amid the gold This. loely August day. And aee these iipraya of aunlight, dear, Wbion I haTe brought to you. And aatr, dropped irom yondor oloud, Aa purely white and blue. How beautiful tbee wild nowera are, Bo plentiful and bright, Aa if they'd caught and held ref ealod All aummer'a glowing light." 'I, too have wandered far, dear, friend, Thia lovely summer day: While laying here, mv eyrliua closed, My thoughts were faraway. For aa 1 saw the nodding ulumea Wave in the balmy wind. I eloaed my eyea and thought of nor t'aua brought 1 1 memory'a mind. "She loved the flowera that yonder bloom, tihe aaid abe loved them beat; And now they wave in gentlest breene Above her quiet breat And aa I saw the golden-rod Thus in the south wind atir, My heart wont out in tender...

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. — 12 January 1882

THE UOLD IN BOSTON'. rly KUtrea Ton Stow d In Klafle Bank. From tla Boston Ilrrald. When tbe weight of the precious metals is takeu into consideration, the fljuo. or the convenience, of paper money becomes appareut. In gold, even, large sums of money become very cumbersome and difficult to manage. The average balances between the Dob ton banks each day, at tho cloaring i,,,B amount to $1,500,000. This sum nt money, now almoHt wholly handled u.".!i i i o o m i Ti- in gold, weigus uuuuii o o-iu tuus., n is chiefly handled in little cloth bags, holding. pcrhapH, three pints each, and each bug carrying $3,000, weighing about 22 pounds. These bags of gold orA daily brought to the clearing-house in tho hands of bank messengers and in carts ana wagons, ana aany lajten gway in the same manner. Very fre quently quite a little knot or crowd of bystanders may be noticed watching a covered wagon backed up to the side walk in State street. Into this wagon men are throwing little white bags, whic...

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. — 12 January 1882

Southern Timber Land. New York Tribuno, An article recently publinhol In ft Now Orlmim ltruier on the weulth of Ijou.k.iiwi In timber Ihikh crtateH iomulo..iUu comnut in tha Southern jrowi tnJ brii;ys out ninny iuttirostiujj eHtiuiutoH of tho vitl.io of the foruMU of oth.T Hiut-H. 'J'hnrj nn few. Hrmthom Ht itot wliich ilo not poswmi Lirge are taof wil l l virtt tic.ireo'y toud.-xl nt j ut by tho uxo of tin ltM.lKriiiaa. Thj value of tlicie kmlH iHHiirato iiUTuano fr:n year to year, an the rapid doviwtntim of t'.to rcut pinorios of Midiim and Vinuousin nu.keat lainbor dourer, u:id thn timo in probably not far dmtmt when tue Sotith will flu J iu th lorastu cf itsui'junt iin uid mnnd itn windy l'iim n baurce of i'mmiMo wealth. Tho mOil hillt and valleys of Wont Virginia, Eastern Keti tacky- and East TonnnHuro abound in oak," clioKtuut, an t and maplo, nndut the rato tho cxta'ininatiou of the black walnut w advancing in Ohio and India-ana, will Kooa bo tho o.ily souroo of supply of tha...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 19 January 1882

Press.- h ree I. II. JULIAN, Provo All Things Hold Foot that which la Good.' PKOP1UETOH. VOL. XI. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1882. NO. 8. Free Press. jTLUSHEI) EVEKV THUE6DAY BY ISAAC H. JULIAN, To whom all Letters should be Addressed Office hast side of Flaia. BATES OP SUBSCRIPTION : On year, In edranoe (S oo Blx month " 1 Si Three month e 74 BATES OF ADVERTISING. One aqnare, one Insertion $1 M; each addition tl luaertlon under one month, M eentt per aqaare. I mo. mn. 8 iiw, IIboi j qure. t ... " u ooln i S.60 ft 4.00 I .oo ie.se 4.00 4.00 N.00 16 00 6.0f 8.00 11.00 M.00 7.00 10.M 10.00 SO. 00 11 DO 90.00 M.00 K.00 . 10.00 M.00 00 ?S.OO BarineiiCard, onelnebor less, one year, IS 00 Card In Bonlne Directory, one year, $1 00 Left I end Tranelent Advertisement will be charged Una iwuar per square ior me urn in aarifon. and Fifty Cent per aquara for each eddl ilenal Inaertlen. A aquare la the apace of oo inch. Fractional square will be counted a fall aqaarr. ...

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. — 19 January 1882

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. L H. JULIAN, Publisher. BAN MARCOS, - - TEXAS TEXAS TOPICS. Bolle Boyd, the Confederate Spy, one ft resident of Calvert, it now liv ing in Comcana. T. J, Atkinflon.of Jack county, has purchased a one-half intercut in the cattle belonging to W. It. Curtis, pay ing therefor the enug little wiia ol $152,000. Texas leads the country in respect to railway building, haveiug added last year, by our table, 1111 miles, which final returns trill probably increase to 1500 or more. A. J. McCrano discovered a few days since, on State laud, seven mileB northwest of this city, a veiu of can el coal considered of good quality. The vein is four feet thick.. Tho town council of Athens, Hen derson county, appointed a i hysician to vaccinuto . at the public expense every one within the corporate limits. Athens will quarantine ugainut smull pox. Henrietta Shield: Stevens & Ikard have sold their three I herd of cattle to the Addingtou Bros., of Gainesville, for $15 round, calve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 19 January 1882

GOD BLESS THE SUIP. riiOM TUB AHOOST. I'hro' th crossed bracken boughs, ;roen, brown, and golden; jtweeo the frowninu browa Ot two cliff, lioldou In Nature1 picture framo Where the land dips Across the sunset Hame Bailed the good, ships! Outward, or homeward bound, Free or deep laden; fyke uhoBU without a aound. . When the W'cat'a faded. Cleaving Hie moonahina traok WbtMtha white atripa r the dark watera baok God aaro thoah'pa! Bad eyce are straining To oaten the saila' flutter : Bait tear are riUnin What voioe dare nut u ter, . Bound far to distant lands, Ae the rope ahpa ... Bent beads and nlasplug hands fray for the ihipa t Home with eventide. Colors free blowing, Quick by fond eyes desoried, Coming or going; Still as tbey orons our aiirht Wokes to our lips One prayer, by day and night, God bless the ships." WINNING AND LOSING. "Ha! ba! ha! it'll bo such a jokol and Richard Strout gave himself an ap-1 proving wink as lie stood ueioro tne glass in admiring contemplation of a compl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 19 January 1882

Free Press. I3AA0 n JULIAU, - Editor. THUIWDAY, JAKUABT V im. us turn at tjz roMt omx at has maboos TRXAS AH BfcOOND OliAHM Mail. J Late 5cu Items. firnmn carp are new being dl.triboted at various p lulu In TexM. "niuitSooo negroee have eiofltistad ham eoth Crll" to ikiifi. Hi psnera In e Flipper eaea 1 tin, handset JuJko Advoonte General Swains. Edwin Pooih will appear In CWvee. Jansasy 34 tli toJub. "Loral option" new the l l rioresvllle, ! Wllion ennnly. A northern exchange InHmatei that Jay Ooald'e shadow will hover over as vera I state legislature Ibis winter. There were one hundred end eighteen fete! nmi of emall-pox In Chicago daring th: month of Deoem Iter. Thomas M. TJarwood, aOonialea lawyer, baa been ppolntid on the Commission ef Appeal, Tie Judge Qulnan, relgned. Jamea W. Tlllay, an Indiana poet and reader, af Hole, receutly made a aucoensful debut before Boston eudienc. The Martin TUU statos that Hon. John H. Reagan, member ol Congress lrm te first district, la one of m...

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