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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 9 February 1882

; j re Pre rcos I.H.JULIAN, "Prove All' 'Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR. - VOL. XI. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1882.. NO. 11. I': 'I r Free Press. plULISliKJ) KVEUV T1ICK8DAY BY ISAAC, H. JULIAN, To wboui all Letters should be Addressed. Office Kuft side of Plutu. BATES OP SUBSCRIPTION: Oiieysr, In advance (3 00 ix month " 1 2' three mouths 6 BATES OP ADVKBTI8INQ. An. .nure. on insertion $1 00: each addition- el iuMril' n under one month, 60 etuis per square. " , I mo. into.. 6 nios. li mo r5qu.ro 2 0 "-00 I s.. 4.00 .00 10.00 16 00 9 6.W H.OO li.OO 10.00 TfcollB oo 10.00 1 10.00 30.00 u " UD 20 00 j 30.MI 6C.00 J 10.00 36.00 1 ftiittO TG.OO Bn.lness Cards, one inch or Ions, one year, 8 00 Csrdi In BuMness Directory, one year, t'i 00 Legit nd Tran.lent Advertisements will be clurifd One DolUr per square for the flrrt In sertion. nd Fifty Cent per square for rach adn. Huiml lnertlon. A muare U the poe of one Inch. Fractional squares will...

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. — 9 February 1882

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. I. n. JULIAN, Publiaber. 'BAN MARCOS, TEXAS . j TEXAS TOriCS. A man wu robbed Jo Sun Autouio recently of $4,500. The w atcr work nt Palestine have boon tted nd pronounced nil right. mi ?1 Af itt a nil. of February. ratriek & Whitoworth.of Sulphur Spriugs, recently sold 50') bales of cot ton in St. Louis for f 20,000. Carp havo been extensively dis tributed throughout Texas by the United States Fish Commission, mid in a few years wo will see what Texas can do in tho wuy of fish farming. The executive committee of the Texas Press Association held a milieu at Houston on the 25th of January, and resolved to hold tho next unnual Meet ing of tho Association at Houston, dur ing tho month of May, instead of April, the time fixed ut tho meeting last yir. Nacogdoches Nt wk: A littlo giil, daughter of llamon Cardova, aMexitt.m, was burnod to donth one day lakt wet-4 on tho furm of Mr. W. II. Fray, niii miles eatt of town. Ilir father vw- clearing land for Mr. Gray an...

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. — 9 February 1882

THE UL'MMT ENEHY. Two Miccefuea iu uiuiufHH, 8au Framleoo tout. Archibald, my boy," said Mr. Dif f0Ujer(tr, the rich commission mer cbaut, the other day its he called his on iuto bi private ofllce. "My doat bov, I hvo jttnt executed the deeds by which I retire from business to-day, and je4ve vou sold active partner in the uvidthiest house on - the coast. Nutur uilv jou expect me to give ycu some timely counsel for your future business guidance." ... " v "Kcorect," replied yonug Difl'cnder fer, who was n member of the Bohe mian club sad knew it all. Vou Mill probably, 6Upjose that I wish to enjoin upon you frugality, tem perance, integrity aud punctuality as the suto means of success. Not at all.' Those virtues are all very well' far the' copybook, Imt the only jreal requisite book', mis me oruy.reai requisite icccs ip life -especially iu this 4 is'a.'really , good, reciprocating to success; state-7 -lummV dueniy "A what?" queried the, scion of the hoso of Diilcnderfer, ' as he put h...

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. — 9 February 1882

I - i ." I ii i s Free Press. ISAAC II JULIAN, Editor. BAN MAKOOS, TEXAS. TJIUllftUAY. FOKUARY !, lntlbeo at tub rout omr at bam maiicoh TKXA4 ASHEOONU t'LAHS M ATT t U.J LATE NEWS ITEMS. Wuituker U tu tuvs toolbar trUI by court war Hal. l.ockbarl I not Incorporated. Tbey afs agitating lb question ol lucorporatloo. Kraatue need, promlosdt bualneas is to of 8o Antonio, tiled lal wsek. Tbe irand lodge I. 0. 0. F. of Tatas Ii In session ibis viiktlii Abtuuld. 1). U. Hariliaj a prominent Ties politician Jand Wijlalalor, died at UoUaton Jan.JOtb, John D, IMreea baa realgnedtba offlea of Public I tinttr wbicb be baa bald to long. Dariiif lb paatyearlhaTKias Paolfio railway baa received aluy-elgbl iietr locomotives, fori -two liw paaaauger car aud )6M new fYelht fears. TheGarfleld memorial eervltea in Congress will La bald ou theilTlblua'l Ii la iapectedtbet Mr. bUlnswIII deliver tulo f y on tbat occasion Kev. H. W. Bltows dlatlngutlUed Unitarian preacher and writer, dlsd law days tinea In...

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. — 9 February 1882

Dailey Boys ca the C;rner will cffer $100 foe tfa manthil will sell Ladies' Shoes as cheap ss they will. Free Press. SAI MAROOS, TEXAS. "UJUSDAY. FEBRUARY 9, Wi. TIM 13 TABLE. fa.oal and (fait Mia 8aM SN ANTONIO DIVISION: BOUND BOCTU. HAIL. uiln v:.u'"- .... 11.15 A.M. Mewbaca 11.61 i.os p.u. 1115 M 1JM 1.15 1.45 r 3.18 " (, Aululili MO. ,.. BOUND NORTH. NAIL, itruu, Au'tln .. 10 441 A.M. 4.15 P.M. 3.41 " 8.1S 3.05 " Xnclic lwpree . 9 e ,.9.M " ... " ... u a anriM m www 140 , 110 " tlnnlpr rW BruiifeU....85 V,u Antonio 8.J0 . m . a . ..... ii.ooa.a. HOME ISTEXTS. Tub aguarita shrubs are in bWom. Making gardens is now the order of die day. Strengthen brnin and muscle, cultivate nerves of iron, make labor easy and work a pleasure, by lining Brown's Iron Bitters. We ha 1 ft profuse rain since our last and crop indications are good. Tice's Weather Almanac for sale at the Free Press Book and News stand, , "Extba, figures on Barbed Wire at, Wm. Giesen. JC9T received carload of 'Cump Sprin...

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. — 9 February 1882

Till: DYISO SHUKM.iKEK. '!)- wift. 1 wxln4 u.'r mjr e-rnl," The d)i"K .11t uil 4,.H(ioo to at iij""r wrll my ml lis lonely w-V muot tbrid. I f?ar, iivired. I mn ;d "'. Kilt tt't-n, v lint lionU i ior ? IL rrf vu'tf "' wl-titil r. Ad J i e'l. ! aU've. My I ki ow i Hnitf ruv ln'i-1, a it welt to vro urf. N m ruu'l roll c. linier t- our fat' dual pit t'i i t t1"'1'" " I lie fuMiP need not it'o Vi" :r Tvf I ft ii y 10 yon; fur wttuiu my inner 1 kuiv i o'e U.-.U trie. "I've aUny n " J,'l,f rii't, lint u w . on iniikl lii :ul't; Howero:, l tfnuve ton iiiuoH, Wneu ot in'- you'ie herett. "A lut fa. e--ell I now will tnk," II niiiiimI and lai-ctl his lual; "At I' tln-truel mnluily . . . liaa Md Jou lou.".ahv I'll M'ipiM-r away in pi aoc," Ik iil, ''i'll- H' Mtf w 1 1 noon I it " Him I i-M 1 f-11 liick, Iju o ily 'iiiiU'd, Andilii-n I" liiMitlici li lf " " tjii: i:ki kak. Tin Mnry l u Miikuis rrolU. It whs Otolitr wliou 1 came to thi Siunao farm-i otl, tho lanple trot s all riiri uctouer, wmi...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 9 February 1882

LUMBER IN THE SOUTH. .u TrJ OrlMt-lbr r ,", Ik Konlli. Sew Orlrwjn Democrat. This with the lumber sawed in the iii makes business of from 100,000, S'to 120,000,000 feet, wrth about 2 000000, handled here each year. Tha manufactures of woods.cars, boxes, to amount to about $1,500,000, giving $3 500,000 aa the toUl amount involved : this interest. Of the lumber imported by the lake about 81 Por cent' come9 from rearl river 19 Per cent" rom Handsboro, 18 er cent, from Poscagoula, 0 per cent, t ef-wMnn and the remainder from liavou Lacombe, the Tchcfuncta,Blind, Jordan, Wolf and Annie- Jordan, V01I ana auuw rivira, mount, r.i -i- Biloxi and Appaiac.nacoia. a lumberman's exchange. A number of lumber dealers have cone into the mechanics' and traders' exchange, which thy propose to make grand institution worthy of New Or leans. Others insist on tho organiza tion of a regular lumberman's exchange in tlii3 city, devoted to this interest alone. Chicago, they Bay, did not thrive as a great lum...

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. — 9 February 1882

to When Tenia w.w admitted to the Uuiou hit reserved her nuUio domain liealy two huu- drod million acre. It mpiuh now that 1Q Itiu not onlr exiinuhted thin great landed em iire. but that hho actually ban iiiximd laud certificates for two million three Luudred mill thirty titoa thonnand five hundred and fifty ncres in excess of hor domain, mul the work of killing still gocit bravely ou. Thin er ror wai caused by not making idlowauce for tho navigable water cornsoH which cover u.i urea of about a million acres. Other wife tuke Hwell the total to the figures mention Hoinoliody, it 1m KUggeHtod, i bonno g.:t left on Tcxat land certificate. Most of this iiiaguillcout domain bun been given uay to railroad companies. Ilt t LetlerK Kemeliilrg In tbe post olTice at Pan Marcos Texti, on lb Otb day ul ret, ltttJ Ko. 'nmn. 1 Alien, W, H. 5 Allen, l.rmuel 3 lieniiell W at Co 4 Itolsnii Harriet 6 (iipsou FijiiU fl Hiover Iradord 1 Clover, Ksrah Jaue M liurra I.I on Hough. J. P. 10 llarnea John II...

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. — 16 February 1882

San Marcos Press. tree I. II. JULIAN. "Provo All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Good." PHOPHIKTOlt. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1882. NO. 12. VOL. XI. Free Press. I'LBLISUKI) EVi:i:Y Tlll'KSPAY BY ISAAC II. JULIAN, To whom r.U Letter should be Addresso! Office Kant bide of Plaza. BATES OP SCHSCRIPriON : Oney'tr.lu advance Tnree moiiibt f 3 00 1 u 75 RATES OP ADVEBTlSINa. One square, oi.e ins-ftlnn $1 ; each addition. ,1 Ini-ertl n under on. H.mn. 60 ceuu p.r aquar. I mo. 8 moii. 6 inoa. H mos i D4 ." j i.OU I 6 00 10.IMI $ 10.00 13 no 30.00 80.00 6C.M 76.00 , i I 1.W 1 M.MI I 11.00 10.00 Aii.no fin CO i.' colli I 710 I 10.W1 IX 4(0 I . '.'0 00 24.00 U5.00 Bilncse Cards, one inch or leee. one yer, S 00 Card In Hulneiw Oiretry. one year, ti 00 Legal and TrooKlont Adverili-elnenta will be charged n Dollar per square frr the flret In sertion, and Fifty Cents per square for each add. Ilonal lner'on. A iquu U the spaea of one Inch. Fractional aqnarta will be c...

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. — 16 February 1882

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. I. II. JULIAN, Publisher. BAN MAltCOS, TEXAS TEXAS TOriCS. The Austin & Northwestern rail road has now on the ground four loco motives, fifty flat earn, twenty-Jive box cars, four passenger cars ami iron for sixty-three miles of the main lino and sidings. Mrs. Turner, wife of It. II. Turner, district clerk of liell county, died very suddenly on tho night of February 1st. She was complaining of neuralgia and used Wizard oil to ease tho paiu. She dropped oil' to sleep with the bottle in her hand, ami in her sleep spilled it on the pillow, and tho doctor sujs ihr chloroform in tho Wizard oil was i be cause of her death. Under tho terms of the new pur chaso of tho St. Louis & Ban Francisco and Atlantic & Pacific Railways by the Gould-Huntingdon syndicate, the At lantic & Pacific road will bo owned by tho Southern Pacilio acting with the Atchison, Tepeka & Santa Fe railway, while the St. Louis & San Francisco becomes tho solo property of Gou...

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. — 16 February 1882

FINDS NKAR Il.UHUU. Tko"' TuW la Ruorwoi Pulltllat po'Mll'lr AnMH"lM Hrord. London Tlutt t. On Monday evening, daring a tlis ruftsion which took yars on a ljapor r..fla ut the Victoria Institute, Mr; lias tho well-known discoverer of Vcgyriun relics, said: "In March last I JeBt out again to tlio East, as you ku0I m always doing for the pur- of finding out the old citieB which L buried there. As I was journeying on ouo occasion in pursuit of this ob ject I wet with an Arab who told me that he knew of an old ruined city, the remains of whicii were to be found within ti hurs ' Bagdad that is to say, taking the compulation of three miles an hour, the place he knew of was fifteen miles from Bagdad. As we were traveling along the route pointed out by the Arab, we came at a distance 0f four hours' journeying upon an old rnin that I had never seen a ruin of irreat magnitude so large, indeed, that ft must be about three miles in circum ference: I at fir thought that this was the place of whi...

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. — 16 February 1882

Free Press. ISAAC 2L JULIA1T, Eiitcr. BAN IvtVfi003. TEXAB. Tlll'KSDAY, FBMIL'AUY W, kNii.iii;i) at tiu: row omre at ban mauoom TEX AH A1 KLC'INU CtAHH MJIIU.J LATK SKWS I T K MS. bovoi snow onus lur Lu priva.llng al lb Kortu. f jvorsd by lilt buUi cotuQiKle oa postulates. Tb Indian appropriation bill rporM giro ft ,020,230, belug buul 3Jo,0jO mora Ibin Wst year. Mr. Parnell bat baea r-alac(l parliamentary l. aJrr aflbe Irlab Hatlouar' party. Three hundred dilrgstrssr In attendaora at tho Stockmen's Convention, now In aelon at Abailn. A number of paper In kanaal ara already float ing tbe name of Blaln far president In Wl. Queen Vlclorla'a health I said to ba declining, and bur propoaad vlalt to Vautone, la Franco li for tbo purpoao ol rocupoiatlon, Wendell Pbltllpa li living ery quietly tbla winter, liarlng deelload all lertnro ngagtinoU and remain log aomewbaieloao by at bll Boaton Lome. Tbe richest man In tbo Virginia leglalatnro U William II Turner, of Norfork, a Beadjoater, wbo ...

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. — 16 February 1882

Bailey Soys en the C;rner will effcr $100 fo: the man that will seU Ladies Shoes as cheap ss they will. Free Press. SAN MARCOS, TBXAI. TlIUluSDAY. FEUltUAltY li, IssT TIM 13 TABLE. SAN ANTONIO DIVISION: BOUND 50UTU. MAIL. . A nu P. M , ..6.37 " xraiss 11.15 A.M. Aoiln Vauchaca i)upr Kyle jAN MARCOS.. Hunter .......... ',r HraunMs.. Sao Auluulo... ll.M ,rM .a.ai . T.15 ..7.4J 14. OS 11 2S 12 63 MS 145 SIS P.M. 1 " HOUND SOKTU. HAIL, RIPkRtf, Auiiln fjancbaca . 10 40 A. U 4.15 Ptll 3.41 " S.8 k 8.05 140 ISO 1.45 11.65 A.M. )(l (Ml " . IMS " Jmpree Kyle flunter ..... . yew Braunfele, ton Autoulu .. ... " ,. 9.00 " ..8.40 " ..8l5 " ...3D KCOIVEB NEWS. Special Notice. Being detrirouB of getting otit our paper regularly and promptly on Thursday morn iug, we are obliged to ask onr advertising patrons to have their favors ready as early hb possible in the weefc not later than Wed nenday noon, at furthest. Otherwise we -onnot undertake to insert them the same week. Moiiq rain. Fikb Growing w...

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. — 16 February 1882

IV I'LL lnlSl. ' TUuW tb !. Ami not lh i'tfrr; That grow luicvHr, earing tichft fruit in lit Hn. n alone can mtk Tlietl'okT H ron t teoniKr in th 'rif. Ai.J not lUe elf vf, NotiU ni-u ! I'll wti'lil oii nov-r Cae to pr.i.e te ' vi- den-, 'lliey aloiiH I he liut V h gather Hrr iiifU im-ii ld "n Aurt ui the clever; Wit j true endeavor; trivv to 'J uoMest man. Kot wbat other du, lint rather Do the wry I eat you can. A PKKILOl'S MITAT10X. A new teirilury infested 1y Indian?, and lillinR up rapidly with uilvoutiitcra in quoht uf old, will always be the the atre of thrilling event. Snob u region was tho Uluck Hills iu l75-tt-7. Many a uiKht has the wi iter Hut ta tho light of a ouuip-iire in thoso days, and listened to tules reluted, with all tho hard, graphic earnestness of truth, by men who needed not to embellish their narratives to render them ktraugcr than the most neusutioual of fictions. These rough narrators, indeed, would havo scorned to embellish. Tho most of their adveutures we...

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. — 16 February 1882

i'.lu and Its Origin. Nearly 2GO years iigo tbe Count de Merret, son of Henrjr IV. of France, invented or brought into a patentable condition juniper wiue, which was found cheap and easy to make, pleasant to drink and very useful as a medicine for every one BufTeriug from dropsy or any other disease which require that kidneys should be encouraged to do their work efficiently. Tho wine soon came into use, but, being found to be too much of a medicine for persona who were not iuvalids to cure about taking it in large quantities, a Dutch professor, Mynheer Sylvious, ot Leyden, who died two ceuturiei itgo, discovered a process for converting the juice of the juniper berries into a liquor which had till the mecficiuul properties of juniper juice and grape wine, und wus at tho same timo more suitable for general use, and, as the French word for juniper is geuievre, tho now spirit came to be called Geneva, tho cap tal of Switzer land. The invention came, not from Switzerland, but from Ilol...

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. — 16 February 1882

I ;ooi.xi(JHT. Good nlnbi t lie Utile Hps luucb con, The little nn enfold I Andob, thai ll.u.4hrouich mmlu jean Tbey might lorever bold ne I ' Coo l iIkI.iw answerback and smile, 4 u J kl.s the driM.pIn ! Put in our Irai; lllntf hearts lb while lUeulluliurrUi rUet .The, In lb weary years toeome. When we are tliUrom Igbi. Will claiplhtsallule IiimI rn l k.t 1b little llf Ku-l uIkMV' Europoiui ciilUIImU havo bought l.wgo ho.liis of land in tlio Southern .Slate within tho past few wctkH. 'WTK!l jrUHCINF. Cl)., (it nfti'iiVH . ThU ix to cortify, that lmv. ben iulli-li;l f r t!o lust thirty yearn v.;t)i hick htmil.i.wi.., ut leant tliroo tunes a v.- . ', I win) Induced to try bottle of Cnrtor'H Iiittlo Liver rilk which I pur-clinKed from Mfixri TotU A Co., druf;iht8or turn city. I found oiio Initio to (-licet ft hpoiuly euro. 1 i.ow foil in wtll us ever I did in my lifo, nid cnri cheerfully recommend tliem to uuy mo BUlTonni' from tho unme i nusn. Kesjicctiully, aim. :. j;oos VV.i2 Paris...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 23 February 1882

ree Fr 1. II. JULIAN, Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." .PROPRIETOR. VOL. XI. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1882. NO. 13 San 71 " F COS IVJLdJ Free Press, PUBLISHED KVKRY THURSDAY BY ISAAC II. JULIAN, To whom all Lottera should bo Addressed. Ot'FlCK Kast side of Plaza. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: in ir, to advance f 3 40 month " 1 & uk miinih 'I' lire month 76 BATES CP ADVERTISING. Oo square, on Insertion 91 00; each addition, slltiserlbn under ou monih. 60 eeuU per square. " , j I mo. 3 mu. 6 mo. IS mo squat....-. a so 1 4 o a R.on 4.00 5.or too U oo 20.00 .oo 10.001 ft 10.00 16 00 jo .no 30.00 6C.O0 75.00 H.00 10.00 20 00 36.00 11.00 llt.OO .10.00 HO CO colm. Huxlneti Carl. one inHi or lees, one year, M 00 Lard In BuMncss Directory, ono year, II 00 Uital and Transient AdvcrtlMsraent will be ctiarsed "no Dollar per square for the first In sertion, and Fifty Cent per square for each adtil. ilonal lnerlion. A square I the space of one Inch. Fra...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 23 February 1882

Mfc MaMaMSaSMSaWSSBsSSMSSSSSaa awaJT , . -- . I SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. L H. JULIAN, Publisher. BAN MARCOS, TEXAS TEXAS TOPICS. tia nfiiAiola of the Texas and Poifl lUilroid Comosny are es tablisbing an experimental farm throe miles west of thin town, in the valley of Elm creek. McKinney Enquirer: Grading on the East Line is progressing inidde of corporation on the Hamilton pur chase. The contractors, Messrs. Lelly, are pushing men, and do not allow any sort of weather to Btop them. Caldwoll Reaiter: Farmers in form us that much land will lie out this year. There eeeuis to be a class of renters who depend year after year on being furnished with teams, provender and provisions. This year but few farmers are able to furnish them, con sequently the land will lie untitled, and what is to come of the improvidont renter we know not. The Mississippi, Albuquerque and Inter-Oceanic Company has been or ganized to build a railroad from Green ville, on the Mississippi river, across Arkansas, the...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 23 February 1882

LOST JtIXE FOUND. . M(r Boat mi DUrovmd tail Tit Ust fur him lfl Tear. Arisoua CltUeu. Fifteen joars ago almost aa age iu froutier iowu, iu juugo iru mu pro- M ma Jo in that period of time Mr. Isaac Goldberg, P. W. Doouor and nthers miiJo a prospecting trip to .the KtUlta UaiUAJUno ai.t luuuiuua gum .,.,.. that were supposed to exist some where omoug tbo summit peaks of that rocky and almost inaccessible range. To reach the higher portions it Wus necessary 10 laite a circuitous route and ascend from the side opposite Tuo oon. Ia exploring the dizzy heights nd dismal canyons the party lost thoir -j i - t bearings ana wanuereuauouiiue moun fains for several dura, until the provis ions were about exhausted and in their uncertain wandering uiscovereu a uuge lodge of very flue copper ore. At thut remoto period of time copper mines were not thought to be very valuable-, and but littlo attention was paid to the accidental discoverey, and its location was not accurately observed. The party ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 23 February 1882

Free Press. ISAAC H. JULIAN, Editor. fuusijiAvrFwmuAY 'A KNTKUKD Af THE l'OST OITICK AT HAS MAU008 IEXAK AS BtCOXD CLAKH MATTKB. LATE NEWS ITEMS JobncTNewi nomiuntod for RHHiritnut unoroUry of tho trwwury at hat. A confcronco if the great powers is to be hold on tho Etfy.rtiau qucbtion. novr branoh of the star-route canes U opened at Lincoln, No!. Rinjjham'.s bill to inrroai the pay of let tor carriers will be favonbly reported. Tho cabinet i considering tho propriety of roopcniiiK tlie Fit John lortcr awe. Tho IndianniKjlis Sontiuol j(Dem.) is in faTor of grouting Kuffrtgo to women. I'rof. Uottf, of Sua Antonio has Htarted ft School Journal. The greatest floods over known are re ported in Missouri, Arkansas , Keutucky, Ohio, etd. Tom CrWoll, the "Hhort man" of stage robbing notoriety, baa been nrrostod and jailod at Hnu Antonio. The Sun Antouio papers Bpenk Of tho Btouch arising from their muddy streets when tho tmn shines. James O. Allinon, who murdered his fiith cr two years ao a...

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