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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 19 January 1882

Ntl Free Press. QA-W MARCOS TEXAB. THURSDAY. JANUARY 19 1882. TIME TABL.E. htasaSaaal a. Cart -Msa Site SAN ANTONIO DIVISION: PODKD SOUTH. MAIL. i .. 6 0 F. M ...6.37 " . ...8.60 " ...6.80 ' ...6 65 " ... T.15 - ...740 " ..810 BOUHD XOBTS IPUIU 11.15 A.M. 11.61 11.no P.M. 11.3S " 18 CS 1.15 " 1.45 " 8.15 ' aostln )aoctiece .... Ihipro Kyle juStlABCOS Banter...... Hew Brauofoll tu Auioulo.. mail. w w mm mmm Af1n Msnchaca .. Sopree 100 A. If 4.15 P. If . mnn .11 10 00 . 0.46 .928 8.14 8.05 " 9.40 8 99 " 1.45 HAS A.M. 8Al 'maBCOS..'. 9.00 HooW-r w He Braunfell.... 06 flat Anule 8.80 HIOCB NEWS. Btjbolass were sgsln prowling around Hlnzie's on Sunday night last Pcbk vaccina matter at Batnolds & Davxxl's. v Monet Wasted Ws need the money due us in order to carry on business. Will those indebted please pay promptly. ' Sixole copies of the Fbh Pais with or without wrappers for sale at the offloe price five cents. Fsesh non humanized vaccine Tina direct from the Wisconsin State Farm at ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 19 January 1882

11 .1! i Ml ! I. ' ! ; - 'A I " i !'' ' ' 1 'V f ' ' t :i t f ) 'l;t rurltau ltlue Laws. The law and persecutions may for convenience sake bo divided luto thote bich oppresned tho TuntuuH thems dvos tUoHo against other denom- ination; a?aiuit the Indians .'iid n regard to slaves. Besides those already civen wo may notion many other in detail remembering thut they were paslby those who favored liberty and hud lied from porHrouhon. Bylaw until 17GD the dcu l could not bo buried iu M-uwaehiiHi-tts on Sun- day exoept by special order of the magistrate. Mont could not bo d rowed on fciunday. Sunday was extended over Saturday night and that whs or dered to bo kept equally snored. Cle- ment Walker givt'H hh one of tho run- tans' principles: "That if a man bo questioned for any crime though his judges have neither competent wit- nesses proofs nor evidence 'of Li guiltiness yet if thoy think in their conscience he is guilty they may con- demn him out of tue testimony of their own conscience....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 19 January 1882

1 Gigantic Scheme fur 5ew Orleahs. (From tbe New Orleans Picayune.) Another railroad to the Paciflo is not far from our highly favored city. The great Boston combination an account of which the Picayune pub- lished September 1 is growing in sev- eral directions. Four months ago we said that it would probably reach Lou- isiana by way cf Shreveport coming down the western tier of counties in Arkansas. We did 'not anticipate the project so fhuch greater for Louisiana of connecting New Orleans by almost fln air line with Isleta N. M. the point whore the through line from Atchison to El Pm an c'ty ' Mexico crosses the unliuished line from St. Louis to San Francisco. If the reader will draw an air-line on a map from Now Orleans to Isleta he will Bee that it passes a little nort of Opclousas La. uud a little south of Dallas Texas. Through these places the road wilL run. It wi'l be 1130 miles long. It is to absorb the Texas Trunk partly constructed from Dallas in this direction aud the Dall...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 19 January 1882

' ' I-if ii.;f ; it ! f ; l' ; .' ! ; i Vr j hi r' 1 1.1 ! '' i'.l ? Mill i ;1 I. : . i IVofltftble Patients. The nioHt wonderful aud marvelous sue torts. iu citses where persona rtro hick or wasting sway from a condition of rolHcrable- ihwh tliiit no ono unows wnui aua mera (profitable patient for doctor) is obtained y tbe uho of Hop Hitter. Thoy begin to ruro from the first dose And keep it tip nntil purfect health and atrenctu is rer.torea. Whoever in afflicted in thin way nuod not miffer. when they can cot Hop Bittors. bot other column. GENEPiAL DIREOTOBY. orriciAii. conohbssman flm pistmiot: Hon. Columbus Upson of Iiexsr county Icnto-31t dihtsict: Hon. W. H. Burgess of Caldwell Co. irixiMTATivit Ctru Dibrsior: lion. J. 0. Storey of Uay Co. liou. Al. B. Stringfellow of Caldwell Co. DISTBiUT OOUUT -16TB rlTIUT. I'nn. L. W. Moor Presiding Judge LaG range. Tbos. n. Frankllu Attorney Sao Marcos. mil OV HOLDING OOUUT. Utn. id Mondays Id March oil September. cocsrr orrioiM. JCd R. Kon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 26 January 1882

v 'Tr i;n xm aoDJiK v. hi $111 ree.:JtT' ' U.. -. V Ai - I. H. JULIAN VOL. XI. "Prove All Things) Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR.- SAN MARCOS HAYS COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY JANUARY 26 1882'. NO..-" 9. Jjr xjr U Free Press. PUBLISHED ISVEKY THURSDAY DY ISAAC H. JULIAN To whom all Letters should be Addressed. Office Mast side of Plaza. rates of subscuiption: One rar In advance.. .1 fj 00 ax mouth " I 25 Itiree monthi 78 RATES OF ADVERTISING. Ouo nquare. oi.e Insertion $1 00; each addition- l futertion under one month 60 eeuta per iquare. I mo. 3 moil. flnioe. Hiuoa 6uuure. i " 3 " . c coin. . K " 1 " ft 1.50 t 4.00 ft fl.00 ft 10.00 4.00 6.00 10.00 16 00 6.0( 8.00 12.00 30.00 7.00 10.00 10.00 80.00 12.00 20.00 80.00 6C.00 20.00 36.00 6U0 70.00 BunlneHsCardi one inch or lew oue year 8 00 Cards lu Bnlnea Directory one year 92 00 l.oiral and Trannlent Advertisements will be charged One Dollar per square for the flrat In- enlon. and Fifty Centa per equare for each addl- Mvnal inser...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 26 January 1882

:U5 : 1 "t . i SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. I. II. JULIAN Publisher. BAN MARCOS TEXAS TEXAS TOPICS The estimated value of railroad property in Texas is placed at $lo0- 000000 which is thought to be rather an tinder estimate. The contract for building a new in- sane asylum at Austin has bonn given to John McDonald. The work will cost Jittle less thaa $95000 and is only for three wards and the central buildings as the cottages were left olf for the pres- ent. A little Texarkana girl who has been cross-eyed all her life awoke a few mornings since with the defect en- tirely gone. Since that timo there has not boon the least symptom of its re- turn. No remedies had ever been used to euro her. On the 10th of January the con- tract for building the State House at Austin was awarded to Mathias Schnell and others'' of Bock Island Illinois they to receive 3000000 acres of land for completing the building. Work is to be commenced by the 1st of March and the building to bo completed within five years...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 26 January 1882

Domestic Ecou.aty. Cold Meat. Frepwa the meat as for hash ;tiU a diah with boiled niaoi. ioui on the top of that placo the hash; coTer it with tomatoes over which ADxinkle bread crumbs with a littlo but Jer bake until nicely browned. Apple CusTAitD.- Pare and core half . jozen verj tart apples ; cook them in half a teacup of water till they begin to soften. Pnt thein in a padding-dish and sugar them. Beat eight eggs with four spoonf alls of suRur ; add three pints of milk pour over the apples and bake half n hour. Buckwheat Cakes. Take one pint of buckwheat meal a handful of Indian aneal and atoaspoonful of salt;. mix them with two large spoonfuls of yoast and sufficient cold water to make a thick batter; beat it well: put itn a warm place to rise which will tale three or four hours; or if jou mix it at night let it stand where it is rather cool. Sugar Puffs. Take the whites of four eggs and . beat them to a strong froth and add s much very fine rolled and sifted sugar as will make ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 26 January 1882

Free Press. ISAAC 3-JULIAN - - Editor. . GAH IVT A.iC03 TKXAS. tSTEitf.!' AT TIIJ-. row OVt ICK AT AN 3UROOS ' TEXA-i A8BC()MI nlMUlwi.J LATE NEWS ITEMS. iiuu. ClarkMiu . Potter illrd on ilia Mi rtloMlne haa bfeit full of trampn. Iron all aw (lOIIH Ult'lj Ua. Venn h gon n8t. ..onlaani. Cincinnati. II U ordering Hw trul l.'.O feel la diameter Tb Tunieiifo river U about tlx Inchei blgliar Ibnn tho great flood of 1S47 and ia leu tulle wide. CoiiRrcw baa been In eln twj montlit and aa jet liaa dona l!ltle or nothing. Fivo hundred Clilnamon have arrived at El Paao to work on lb railroad. Miij. Harwood bai declined the appointment of CommUHlonerof Appeal and Col. W 8. Delaor of Co lumbal ba been appointed In bia atead. It hue been ascertained that many of the bondi Klvi'D by the tar mall route contractora are worth- ier. Alilllha been reported to Congrem granting lira. Lincoln ilfi000 and an annual peiolon of fSOOO. It will no doubt pan. The Mexican National railroad baabeen complete ti a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 26 January 1882

Free Press. BAN MAnbOS TEXAS. TIIUKSDAY JANUARY W 1882. TIME TABLE. tiHitionl &ad ' hit Kcrttera Mai SAN ANTONIO DIVISION: . 110 U 5 D SOUTH. MAIL. RXPHKIS AQiln ' P. II 11.15 A.M. Itanclieca ........BJf " ll.M " 2MPM .....50 " UM P.M. Kvle .3l s 12.115 " imABi:0!....M " 1153 Hunter 7 ' " I IS New Hreunfel. . ..7 d " 1.45 " ;.u Aiauulo....93u J.15 BOUND NORTH. MAIL MrtRIt Austin 10 40 A. V. 4.15 P. II. Mancbaca 1 uo " 3.41 " fwprea M S.M Kyle 9 2i " 1.05 " AN MAHC08... 9.00 M 1.40 Hunter 8-40 " SO KrnnfeU....K05 w 1.45 8n Antonio 0.30 115 A. U. HOME NEWS. Elegant Pocket Diaries at San Marcos Boos Stobb. Try the New Drug Store. Something new for school girls. The Solar Tip shoes BeHt for the price. Jo hnbon & Johnson. Single copies of tho Fbee Piess with or without wr.tppars for 6alo at the office price five cents. Landbeth's Onion Sets At Haynolsb & Daniel's. New and Ependid assortment of Boots Ladies Misses and Childrens 6hoes. Also Choice Mollasses En jar and Coffee. J...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 26 January 1882

THE MA IDEM Pit A YEli. "Jem. loter of my aoiil" Hum iu iml.Kiy no wild. That 1 turned o look again At ili orofiy more thau child Wm aim maid or wu aut aaiul? Nerer could aa artUt iut Huch look aa 1 noil tw Hlouded with wodnl grace. .Sad-eved lioatr.oe never wore Au Vpreiiuu half aodoep "White lite luliowa iou:ia her rolled Not a teardrop oould aue weep. Theu tuere cuua auoiuer atraiu Aa aue u uoued her harp ki ' Auu aue locked t..r be u lua While l.e i3infrHi aim wan 1114U "Other refuse h ve 1 nnoe" And tue wau face grew more wan Aa ahe pleaued with her harp "Leave Ou leave we not aloue. ' Hut her harp ue could uot.nla. With her baude ao weak ana cold Aa the lat airalu eohutfil aweel It let! mleut at bcr teet. 8till ahe aang with fainting voice Lotting ali ita echoing rmg. For protectiou from lifo'a atarui "Neath thf aliadow of bia wiutf. And tbe laat wja left uiiauuit To be turned from other tonjfuea For a ahadow o'er her fell And theaong wa but a kuell. "Thou Oh Uhriar art all I ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 26 January 1882

Two VeJ Encounter two Bean rortUod M. frcM. Last Monday two young men named Clarence and William Eastman of Kearsage village. North Conway start- ed out into the woods ou a bear hunt. About noon they came across the tracks of two bears near a logging road. The bovs followed the trail eagerly until they found that the bears had gone into cave some distance from the road. They cautiously peered in.and in the un- certain light saw both animals engaged in gnawing what appeared to be the carcass of some wild beast. The young hunters were greatly excited of course but they did not loose their coolness. After a whispered consultation which was carried on without disturbing the bears so intense were they upon their meal the boys selected their marks and fired. Both bullets took effect as was evident from the furious uproar inside the cave. When the smoke lifted the wounded bears rushed out of their re- treat bringing the young hunters to close quarters. Tho age of tho ani- mals was probably...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 26 January 1882

1 1 j i 1 f .1 . I ! . The Youth's ('omjnii!oii. Of Dokton. Ua HDriiihtlr. eutortainiiiKpaper. r mur iwi'uiur u i." 'i 1 1 nn.1 .J.wi... u-iik iioicot oi kimil mutter of so diversified harartor tint it never ftilx to iutort iu. ttr;i.i r.H'i riuw. rum in wim-oniou m ma lOimhold l'V old nnd yonua nliko. Ht-riid s.torio will l8 roiitriliiiUd to tlio J vuth't (!uH)tn!in during tLo coining year by W. 1). JlowtlU William Mm llu-rld Ituecher Stovo mid J. T. Trowlsridjo. No other lub!iralion for tho family fnnifslieH m much uK i tnuiiueiit and iitnictioa of n Hiiporior order lor no low a price. Otir( lu!)Uii Ll4 f(f 1KK2. We are prepared lo club Ibe FRKK I'UKSS to new .r rebutting sibacrlb with iliu following publl ration itt t"-e rul es speclfluJ below If ordered at lilt Mitm tlio with our paper. In the fir Hi column we l'ivr;lici regular price ofesh publication singly la the vuoi.i) tbe pries of lbs lime and Ibe Fan I mii together. With the Ingly. (IM 00 00 I 00 Free Pre. T.'Moll'n Uvlnj...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 2 February 1882

an Marcos Free Pre I.H.JULIAN "Provo All Things i Hold Fast that which Is Good." PltOFRIETOIt. VOL". XI. SAN MARCOS HAYS COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 2 1882. NO. 10. Free Press. ri'IlMSHED EVKKV THURSDAY BY ISAAC II. JULIAN To whom nil Letters should be Addressed. Office East side of Plaza. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION! Out yr tn advance fl 00 Hix month M 1 3S Tlirea tuoaibi " 76 RATES OP ADVEBTI8INO. One square one Insertion $1 00; each addition- al insertion under on mouth 60 eenta per square. I mo. 3iuos. 6 mot. 11 root Huu.re 1JO 4.00 I 8.00 $ 10.00 i H. 4.00 1 8.00 10.00 15 00 s.or I H.OO 11.00 10.00 it -oim 7.00 1 10.00 lo.oo 30.00 Z " 11 00 1 20.00 80.00 6C.00 1 30.00 1 36.00 6il00 76.00 Business Cards one web or less one year 8 00 Cards tn BuiiiouM Directory. one year (2 00 Legal and Transient Advertisements will be charged One Dollar per square for the Brat In- sertion and Fifty Centa per square for each addl- tioual Insertion. A aquare la the apace of one I neb. Fractional squa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 2 February 1882

) 1 SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. L XI. JULIAN Publisher. SAN MARCOS TEXAS TEXAS TOPICS. Tub exports of wheat during 1881 were 25000000 bushels less an during 1880 and the exports of corn 41000000 lets. Cuero Bulletin : During the year 1881 there were ninety-six marriage licences isbued by the county clerk of De Witt. The British steamer Deepdalo from Oarditl Wales arrived at Galves- ton on the ICth of January with a cargo of 19280 steel rails for the Texas & St. Louis Narrow Gauge railroad. The contract for grading the northeast division of the Texas Central railroad has been let to Col. E. II. Terrell. The line will run from a point at or near Ennis to Paris. Tho work will commence at once. During the year 1881 Texas built 1411 miles of railroad and in 1882 will build still more miles of road than Inst year. This wonderful railroad devel- opment in a measure indicates what is going on in the way of improvements in other directions. The average yield of wheat in Mon- tana is twenty-fi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 2 February 1882

.J11D" STA3irEKs;"BAD BUEAK." lilawd. IIU Wife' SUtriiim Courier CJimiiltlB . : Some two weeks since a Btranger eiviug bin nawe as "Bud" StuiajxT !Lr.l a small dwelling ou Kast'Pecan street from Cuptalu Auderaon imjiog nionth'a rent in advauoev Jo ftt few tlv lw wu" auu cmm o up iron l)illiH and the family took; possession of the bouse. Mrs fcjtaniper was a pleasant good-looking .Woman Udy- like in Lf r deportment and in every way gave evidence of beinga good and true woman. The ehild a girl about six or seven years old was. a remarka- bly qui and intelligent one with a pleasant and uovkble disposition! ' Al- together it sfemed that nothing was wanting to render their home a most pleasant one jandthe husband and father! happy -niir. 1 JTlrfT loving tr- vice of the father .should ha.Yetnude him contented and happy while the innocent prfcttlo and childish terrinJbf eudearment of the" cfciRKwre J-ufiili to banM MV;oc(1inii)yi.are Vro'm "Jis heart. . But it seems that all these wore una...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 2 February 1882

Free Press. ISAAC H JULIAN Editor. BAN MAROOa TEXAS. TIIl'IiSDAY FEHKUAUY 2 WJ. fc.VTKIIUI AT Til POKT OITICB AT MAN MAUOOM IKXAtt AS HIIOOND CLAMH MATTEH. J LATE XKWS ITEMS. trial liv p4lltfi lor a ns lbs argument is el for to-morrow. A ?1J00 flreoccuredat UoueUn on Ika olgbtof tbe 3ot b ult. MUa JulU Jarkwn Mia daughter nf itone wall la reported at riiaaceu to bo married to Mr. Prank Biker of Baltimore Tbt elder Mr. Baker It report ed to be a millionaire. Notbwllbstandlng Alabama la comparatively an Id elate the Uiysl left subject to tbo homestead act. 2.Z&0.000 acret of government land. Where It Texas. Tbo flan Anloalo Fxpress says yonng gentleman recently arrived In thetrlly proposed and was" ac- cepted by a young lady alteran fcour'e acquaintance. Texaa claim 11000000 from tbo general govern meiit a money expended in protecting ber fiontler heretofore. Tbe Mexican General Trevlno ha been retorned to the Rio flrande borJar atalet. Bo le an excellent officer and friendly disp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 2 February 1882

Free Press. 0A.r MAROOS TEXAI. TJJUIiHDAY. FKBBUAUY 2 12. TIME TABLE. WmitM aid &rsit Ma M'oa SAN ANTONIO DIVISION: hound SOUTH. HAIL. . ft HO P. X ireies 11.15 A.M. AoHi Maucbaea ..8.31 U.&S pupr Krle fXsMARCOi Hum" JJew Braunlrls o Aulunlo. .6.80 1100 P.M. I1U M 1163 - M 1.18 " ... 1.45 " S.1S " ...6.3U ...55 ... T.15 ...74U otn vw ........ bound kouth. MAIL airaits. Aulln Uaiichace pupree Ky'e 8AN MABCOS Hunter...... 'et Jlraunfels 8 an Antonio .. ..10 40 A. If 4.15 P. X. 3 41 " . 10 00 ... fM " ...9.U M ... 9.00 M ...8.40 M ... " ...6.3U 114 9M 1 40 1 10 1.45 HOME NEWS. Don't fail to go and see the Goldens. Tar the New Dauo Stobk. . Extba figures on Barbed Wire at Wu.OiB8BK. Job lot of hats selling out at cost at Johnson fc Johnson. Expected carload of Camp Spring Mills celebrated flour at Wm. Giesen. The Goldens to-ntorrow night at Harper's Hall. Fise line of pure fresh drugs at the New Dkuo Stobe Something new for school girls. The Solar Tip shoes Best for the price. J...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 2 February 1882

I'AY run riUSTKU. When iU col l rtorm howl round the door. And ou Ute lij-lito! taT Hit ootly by the eiriuu x S KiijoyuiK lh lt '-r. Jimt tLink of him who.- work I bin li'' To ttar away tlx w inter. And ut litis query to yourself Have I r-nid tlt printer r lVm rat ad west from noitli and aoitth. From lai' If) oud tuo water. l wo kty Initt oii lot of news From every uojk and quarter. No slave on csi tli tiU mor than u Through sonwuor's Ijet nl winter; How ottn you for a moment thru Nigiect to pay Uiu printer Your o Iter lull you promptly piy Wliurever you uo uo air The butohei for tn meal i paui. For Kunilrii i itio groour; The Uilor mid the altm-maker The hatter and lUo vintcr: AM k'tt their p ly; thcu why w-fc'.eot To settle with the prmtfr? NKVKK I)i:SPAlK. JiOU9 'itiv&Ui; qifioe Ipf (njljoiifii mercliautu yuuiig iiiuu.yBrciiig upon Lis 2Ut yt-ui A Mou! bui- kit itu- ployir in Uu J vliiiiaiitor. rt u culprit. Tlio face v of .tlto nu'rchunt li'toKfiif tho i(jHsessiui'i utr' u (...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 2 February 1882

SMALL TOW Ho le f ns' h Dl . Wlrw tloM ortkllllnUliU1tBMr4rHltlu l).FU OV TK btATB tioMO Or IlKALTN I v KyrtugtiHd. Illinois f Although there is no contagion so certain experience baa taught that the strict observance of the following rules will prevent the spread of small pox : Whenever it is known that any per son is sick with small pox or varioloid isolation of the individual should be morted to at once and every one in the house or neighborhood vaocinated or re-vaccinated no matter bow mild the disease mar appear. The room se- lected for the sick Bhould be large eas- ily ventilated and as fur from the living god sleeping rooms of other members of the family as it is trcssible to have it All ornaments carpets drapery and ar- ticles not absolutely needed in the room should be removed. A free circulation nf ir from without should be admitted by day and night for there h no better disinfectant than pure nir. Care should ho taken to keep tho patient out of draughts. All discharges fr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 2 February 1882

Uardeu Mertia llr l from Th U rower. YT are la receipt of Haw' Morvtoo farm 4 Catalogue fjr lftsl couUlnlRf llsiofchuic Nald (tardea auj Kloavr Jed grown and tarsal by Jjsrpb Harris alureton Farm Rochester New Trk. Mr. Uarila la ao old seed gruwreiid baa had ou- usual opportunist- fur obtaining ami iotl"g all lb liiw varieties of Urm and garden seed a. Ilia da am excrDtiunallr cool. 1 a ara warranted freh nil aura 10 rjw. Mr. Ilarria Informs n Ibal ba wi. I U clad to send bla Catalonia lor Ivll with duo-lioo lur oultlvat'on (raa to every raadar of lh raaa Paaaa bo will aaud bla nam and poat- nOIra addrea on a ttonlal card. loiid (or Ca li'ju aud Ibro erdar aoma seed. Yon will ool rt- arttll. Addle. J04Krll IIAhhlS atorviuo Karm UochesUr M. Y. OiirtliilillnsMHtfor 18S2. We ar prrpared lo ilub lb r'KKK ritBiS ( new or ruuewliiK aubtcrlbrra wlibtb following publl cation al I'jo ral ca specified below If ordered at iba aama lima witb our paper. In Iba flral column w glva.tbe regular pri...

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