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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 16 March 1882

n Marcos Free Pre I. II. JULIAN, "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PKOPIUETOR. VOL. XI. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAKCII 16, 1882. NO. 16 Sa Free Press. l'l'ULISUEI EVERY THURSDAY BY' ISAAC 11 JULIAN, To whom all Letter should be Addressed. Office Kaft side of Plaza. RATES OF subscription: On.yMn advance fJ 00 .Mix month 1 1 Three mouthi 75 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, on insertion $1 00; each addition I Insertion under one month. 60 eenu per quare. I mo. 9 mo. I 0 mos. 18 mot $ 2.60 t 4.00 6.00 10.00 4.00 6.00 10.00 15 00 6.0f H.UO 13.00 20.00 7.00 10.00 30.00 30.00 12510 20 00 30.00 6C.O0 80.00 35.00 SiiVO 7C.00 1 dquare 1 " S " v colm 2 i " Business Cards, oneiwh or lesa, one year, 8 00 Ctrdi In Business Directory, ono year, tl 00 Legal and Transient Advertisement will be charted One Dollar per square for the first in sertion, and Fifty Cent per square for each addl llonal insertion. A eqnare l the apace of one inch. Fractional square will be...

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 March 1882

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS, jg"" I. XL JULIAN, rubiiaher. BAN MAKCOS, TEXAS TOPICS. The orange trees at Oalvchton are n bloom. A Initiinff factory is BOOD, to bo ooenetl up in Sherman. flnm is scarco at 2 a bushel ia Menard county. lrn. have bloomed out of doors at Ban Antonio during the whole win ter Tl.n Inoma ordered by the Cuero ootton miilH ure now en route. Cotton cloth will be niudo at the mills. The Bulletin says that other manufacturing industries will speedily iouow. The Kansas City Journal has been talking ton succest-ful Texas sheep muu who considers cattle much more easily kept and more profitable on a large scale than sheep. Ho states that the day when the sheep men can operate in Toias without buying more or less land is paHt, thus making it u necessity for men to have considerable cupital for buying and fencing land to insure success. Geo. West, of Lavaca county, has bought the ranch of D. 11. Fant, on the Nueces river. The purchase involved HO.O00 acres of lanl at $200,0...

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. — 16 March 1882

lUltET.Y SAVED. a Drummer ' Utk For Aaothrr iiJ t'tni erly Helaf Hnfd, fleoi'ntly a sa'l looking drummer rivoJ in Little Ilock. lie had just made ft tour of several of the northwestern coaotieH, and, as ho expressed it, had euough experience in one house toward the "abftuW" of hia .trip to serve for years of adventurous remui6cence. 'Several d iya ogo," said the drum mer to a party of acquaintances lost night at the Capital hotel, "I was rid ing along through tho woods, wet and weary and hungry. I had hired a horse at a arm house, and was accompanied bv a colored boy on another horse, who was sent w m - wj uumo uucn wueu I reached the railroad. Well, as I was riding along through the country where the road was a mere patu, ana where the woods were so tnicK that tney re minded me of a perpetual evening, I was suddenly confronted by two men, who,' with leveled gunB, told me to hold up my nanus, i woum iiKe to nave had au explanation, but my hands went up Several other men advanced, an...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 16 March 1882

Free Press. -ISAAC H. JULIAN, Sditor. MA.R003, TI".J:AB. THURSDAY. MtO: 10, ' EKTCREn AT TUX POST 0riCi: A f fcA.N MAUOOU in AH AflbKOOXU CI.Asi MATrKIt. J Announcements of Candidates. For Treaurer. TO TUB VOTKRS OP 114 VS COL'NTT t Ws are aaiborlard to aonoatic th VT. I', 1R )! It tDdlJtt for lbs fflcs of Treas urer ol Hays cuuniy, L ATE XKWS ITEMS. becomo a Washington territory wautu to htnto. Wushbnru's bill for bridging the Missis hijlj, will be r iorte(l favorably. MiiJ. Goodwin 1ms rescued Lis position as chief eugiueer of the IuternationiU. Cornelius A. Logan, a eotisin of the Gen ' cr.il, hits been appointed Minister to Cbili. The meetiug of the Texan Press Associa' tiou is jMibtponed to April H."tb. MucLeaii, tho crank, who shot at Queen Victoria, lias been conunittod for trial on the thnrgo of high treason. Mr. Strickland, a loading business man of Galveston, died of Htuall-pox a few days since. Liverpool merchants have organized ft new ' cotton exchange in opjwsitiou to t...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 16 March 1882

I Mey Eojs cn the C;rnor will iffjr $100 for ths man tint will so'l Ladies' Shoes as cheap as .they will. Free Press. TUL'KSDAY, MAUCn 10, m TIME TABLE. S &ai B?::t Msra Riilreid SlT ANTONIO DIVISION: BOUND BOVfU. MAIL. ...i'u P. M ,...6.3T M ...IUM) " ...6.3 ...OM ' . ...715 Birasas 11.15 A. M luHi Dmirss llunlr....;v lD Antonio. 11. 63 12.23 P.M. .., ....... 1153 1.1ft 143 3.15 ...T4l " . 0 " BOUND KOKTH All., KIFKC.S, 4.15 P.M. Attilln Huobic Iiupree Kyle tlx MAKCOS. UnnttT...... KeW llriunfeU. gtn Antoulo .. ..10 40 A. .. JO UO ... 040 3 41 3.J8 3.05 , 3 40 3 n 143 ..9 2i . 9.H0 ..8.40 ' ..K05 ' ,.6.311 U.baA.M. Special Notice. Being desirous of getting out our paper mralarly and promptly ou Thursday mora iug, we are obliged to atik our advertising Tintrous to have their favors ready as early as possible in the week not later than Wed- kajiIhv noon, at furthest. Otherwise we ciiuuot undertake to insert them the same week. ' Go to Hinzie for meal and chops. Mens fine shoes at...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 16 March 1882

VIOLETS. To-'Uy th vtokt bul unfold Tnnr frrnce on the ambient air. As from iuy heart t Um oend A loui( uniiiMwerfil prayer; A iivr tli At. reiMilifn far beyond, LfV ll-ftinij Joys, mi l inorUl bounJ. Lonjj ata'pin underneath the leafes, lu drriiin elioiotu as my u n, Horo less lliuu I, they ill to feel. Life's sweeteat puroe tlon. And fituoy mcs within their bloom. bums hitfuer uieamiiK than the tomb; Few hold um hope forever dear, Yielding to neither tunc n r fate, And ciclf of tlie now and here. (Jive to tiioir pravers etenul date; Jlut ttmeuVet as lh vilei s breath, UU for lovo's answrr after death. UYSTKKIOl'S ORUANIST. Years ago at a grand old cathedral overlooking the llliine. there appeared u mjHterious organist. The great com- )OKerwholiud played the organ no long lad suddenly died, aud every perhon from the poamiut to tho king wun won dering who could be found to till his place. Ouo bright Sabbath mom, as tho sexton entered the clmrch, ho haw a stranger sitting at tho cnfy...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 16 March 1882

RAILItOADS IS TEXAS. ia rrore. Galveston. Tex., February U -Tho , tiMrhuM Imh'ii a wouderful one iu The lih-tory of Texas. Qreat charges have taken place, and the Lone Star Stats l"44 enJJeJ height of proaperi jreeUom attained by any one State in twelve moatU'd time. Her extraor dinary progress must be credited to the railroad, which rejuvenated old lands, desolate of habitation, and started them npon new cra ' lirosPeritJ Less than forty jews ago tbo entire com meiica of Teaua was curted over the old "San Antonio road, thirty day be-to- consumed to travel 300 miles. Now almost every town of ony commercial importance has railroad communica tions, and iu a few years if railroad building continues as it has the past year, Texas will be gridironed. The commercial year just closed finds the International and Great Northern Railroad completed to the Mexican border, and the Texas Pacific Railroad through to El Paso, making an unbroken line from New Orleans to San" Fran cisco., During the ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 16 March 1882

THAT AXI) THAT ONLY. IIHinf to nljht la my cbimbf r, A bachelor frltfld nd lonely, I kWa tbe end of my pipe-stem That and that ouly. RevnrlM rlo with lha amok wrealbai ( Memories tendr surround me, GirU thai are married or burjed (iitbar around ma, tlrbool frlrlalnpentaleU romping Olrl tbat have frown to ba ruleiea (Ilrlt that liked toba kleed, aud, Uked to Klva kleea. KUioi well I remember tbam I Tbota lo tba Iba crner were fleetest , iweet vara those "on lha sly," In iba Dark wara tba awaataiti A una waa Under and gantlet To woo was almost to win berj Her lip were a good at ripe peaches And milk fur dluner. . Hell win flirt and coquettlah, Twna catcb ma and kl If yon can, sir I Could loaloh both all I waau't I A Lappy man, alrt .Anna bt gono on a mlaalon. Off to the Soutb Sea alunara J iyII la a widow, keeps boarders, tod Cook ber own dinnera. Charlotte and 4uhan and Hattla, Mary, Jane, Lacy and Maggie ( Four art marrlad and plump, two Are maiden aud scraggy. Carrie la dead I Bloo...

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

San Marcos Free Press, , H.JULIAN, Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR. VOL. XI. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1882. NO. 17. Free Press. rCBUBDED KVERF THURSDAY BY OpncE-Kaft tiJo of Plat. rates op subscription: on. Tr.io : i Tort mooHi. , BATES OP ADVERTISING. ... MDir,. one Insertion 1 00; each addition- I wo. I 8 mi, 0 mo.. 1 roe. r.r, $l0 9 4.00 i00 $10.00 I"1" 4 00 .00 10.00 16W) ; ..... .w H.00 11.00 M.OO T.Bm, '!! 00 10.00 10.00 30.00 1100 20.00 80.00 8C.O0 J " JO.OO 86.00 6l)0 7C.O0 io!oo BasloessCards, oMincOor leas, sue year, Card IB BUSIBBSB iflTOwrj, r.i T..n.lut Advertisements 1 oo rill be ,hd One Dollar par aquara for the first In- irif.v Cents oar aqaara Tor each an. tianai insertion, a wju.. .u. ... " . . 1- .4.. ..... inch Fractional equare. win v " loco. in- - ... ... v. .... n.r Una for the flrst Insertion, and eight eenU per iina .or --""- """" . . n- V -4.1...,..,. I In...llr.. Kor District or 8tate offloee,.... 10....

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

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. J. n. JULIAN, Pnbhiher. BAN MARCOS, TEXAS TEXAS TOPICS. -Corsicana'bas a' $50,000 court fcouke, free of debt. J-Texas is tbe tenth state in the "Union, in reject to railroad mileage. The live stock interest of Texas .gato n't far from $100,000,000 in Tested capital. - A $30,000 canal Is being buil t across the Comal river. with a view of ; urnish ; t.ir wower to a cotton mill. The Sunset Konte was opened for business on March 15th to Eagle Pass Junction, HU miies . -tonio. rx r.T ,wi f Willi. Texa. re cently married MU Lou Lewis, of the Re place. The groom was BO years of ageudbad been married four times ueiore. ihb 1 1: t.tinnla will be onen . LpLnliLfttio term. seven . mouuu, " -" . Ihich is the longest term smce the present public school law went into effect. , The advanced appropriation bill of Galveston, which passed the senate and house, has been signed . by the presi dent and is now a law, and the money j8 available whenever the engineers want it. Texar...

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

I ARARAT. hr bath never found Hi Ararat, U'nere It could rest secure and safe. Above ths booming billows of despair, That ever 'round it rave and break; Oa Time's wide sea, atorm driven. It bath no Pharos but tne aUra of heaven. Thoujro from ita window oft hath flown, The dove in aearcb of home and rest. So olive branch bath e'er been borne Emblem of peaae to bloaaom in my breaat; Vainly 1 atrain my eves acro.s the sea, Pleading the weary Dove's return to me. Swift runa the tide; darkness ia on the deep. Dritliotf alonel O, heart, alone! No atar ehinlnj through the troubled night; . -.t. th linllnw watnra niun' Surely the forty days and nights are nearly And thou shalt touch aome mount of reat at last, , Spanned by the rainbow, Heaven'a own aignet ring And pledge of peaoe when atorma are o'er. Ita promise that the restless wavea ahall blight; And battle the fond heart'a hopea no mere. The dbluob past, let one day'a reat be given. Between eartb'a aorrowe and the joy a of Heaven.. A T...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 23 March 1882

BUUat Free Press. ISAAC JULIAN, Sditor. BAN MAhOOa, THURSDAY. MARCH 23, WJ. CSJTI.1CD AT TIUI wt orriM AT SAM MAIIOOH THAN AsUOOND CLAM MATTU. Announcements of Candidates. ft'r Tmiurii. 0 TUE VOTKM OP B ATI COUHTT I We are aaiborlaed to ssDoaooe ibel W. P. IRION li a candidate for tlii office of TrM Vrer ol Mays eounljr, L AT E NEW 8 JxZZ General Grout ban trenHforml his Long Brauoh property, Torihf 10,000, to bis wife. If anybody bun any Oonfodorate bonds to diHpuKo of tliuro M suu market ror vneui at (2 ou a thousand. Maj. Pnnn preached At Sao Antonio but weolc. He will spread bU Ant canvass for bin next campaign ut Oorpu Chmti, An earthquake in Costa Rico, Centrnl America, destroyed thousand of liven and aa enurnoua amount of property. Tbe bounj plan for the admission of Da koU has bon adopted by tbe senate coin, ruittee on territories. It is thought the prOHont session of con groan will l:iHt until about the first or middle of July. Direful anticipation I One half of the ordinar...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 23 March 1882

Bailey Boys cn the fcrner will cfe $100 for ths man that will sell Ladies' Shoes as cheap as they will. Free Press. "UUllSDAV, MARCH 28, 1882. TIM12 TABLiE. tetisml &ad tet Merc SiM SAN ANTONIO DIVISION BOCKD SOUTH. AIL. , wt V. M sraau 1MB A. AoHn ktucbac PM' iiU Hunter ........ fit Jtrunfl . t.tt Anlouto... 11. 14 ll.Ott 11.35 UU 1.14 (.5M ..8.30 ,.tM ,. 7.U ..7 40 .. P.M t .... S.1S iiniu, B t'vO HOUTH. MAfV, AuUo Xiucbio I wore HaK MAHCOS. HunWr ..... jn, Hreunfel. Kjii Aotonlp .. 10 40A.M. ... 4.18 P. M 8.41 " 8.18 3 .OS " 1 4t 110 " 145 " 11.65 A. V . )0 00 . I .. .uo ,..tUO ..M 115 ..8.33 HOME NEWS. "Apbil the 9th is Easter Sunday. Viouss at the San Marcos Book Store Cabload of corn at Gieseii'b. Siioks to fit every foot," aud to Bait all purees cheap. J ohnsos & J ohnbon. The Prettiest buttons in the world at JSALONE'S. Those scotch Gringhams at ifalone's Look like Summer Silk. Huntings 12 Jets per yard, Trimmings to nut 23 6tyles at malone's. El Paso Onion-sets, rai...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 23 March 1882

rjlEDICTIMJ A TOKRID SUMMER AitrloclU FortHUf Krorrlilnf Fro- fknrlt Ifett JUf or lJ solium ir. New Yor 8lr T.t unmnipr vu warm and dry enough to discourage the farmers and gardeners; but, according tome mm cations, the coming season will be more marked for its heat and absence of rain. Thin prediction is based upon the cal culations of the astrologers, and, like many of their prophecies, is, in a great measure, guess work. According to the astrologen the relative positions of the planets will be snch as to affect the at mosphere surrounding our earth. It is expected that sufficient heat will be reflected on these bodies to evaporate the moisture in the atmosphere, and thus prevent rain. Some of the astro logers make the not very comforting Srophecy that our atmosphere will be estroyed altogether, and that there be ing no air to temper the rays of the eon, vegetation will be withered, the brooks and rivers will dwindle away, and the earth will become cracked nd fissured, liko the si...

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. — 23 March 1882

0CflLV CULTURE IN TEX IS. j (0r Tt Nwi by T. U Yuukuni, of Pal- If young carp fish, three or four in ches In length be placed ia a lake or rook iu March, iu September follow ing they will be grown to the length f from ten to fourteen inches and will weigh sometimes from one to one and a Jilf pound. It requires three jears to bring a trout up to one pound. Such is the wonderful growth of this new food Ash now being introduced into our lakes ,nd brooks for propagation. These flab subsist mainly upon vegetable food, but will not refuse a worm or insect when opportunity offers. "They grow in any kind of water," but we must v Lware of waters tinged too strongly with turpentines or products of coal distillation. They grow faster with eood, natural and adundant food, in nice, pure water. Too much feeding injures the water by the souring of the remaining surplus. The natural food of this fish is. the products of various water plants, some of which I will now proceed to disoribe : 1. The Gre...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 23 March 1882

N I asamaamw,., Mole of Trias. Parody ea Byron' "Mild of Athtns." lfal of Texas, oro wo part, Ttll as mhf tea will sol start j Orlf Mallyyoo matt balk, Pr7 ties my wicked talk, Iltar mr row bsfor I r I'll bo inn with yoo though . Byjoorloii Ull anenflned. Wooed by orsry M"ll By tboss bselsso wondroos swift, Which eta mta o'or trso top lift, By tbot oars that droop to low, I'll bo otto with yoo Uiough. By IboM rlbi I long to basis, By yoar show of d. b. taste, By yoar ms'aneholy bry That alarms folk utiles away, . By yoar turn reeolvo to whoa, I'll bo oroa with yon tboogb. Mule or Texas, I am rod j Tblok of mo, swsst, whoa alone, Vorl fly to get oolub, Tbon yoar bUmed old bock I'll drab, If I cannot maho yoa go, I'll bo otob with yoa though, Button Pott. AU 1'oni'Mcir, Doe your .system need nourinhing and tttreugtlioninR ? Aro you recovering from pome low fever? Do you miff or from dyspep sia or iudigcntion? Are you troubled with any urinary disorder ? liemember Browu's Jrou JJitters...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 30 March 1882

. i ev - . e - J ree Press,.. I.H.JULIAN, "Prove All Things) Hold Fast that which Is Cood.", PROPRIETOR. SAN MARCOS, II AYS CO UNT T, TE X A S, TIIU KSD A Y, M A RCH' 30, 1882. NO. 18. VOL. XI. San Ma Free Press. PUBLISHED EVERY TI11TR8DAY BY ISAAC H: JULIAN,' f 0 vkom U Letters should be Addressed. Office Kat side of PUia. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: Ont vcif t lv4IK 1 M Six monthe ; ' Three months " RATES OF ADVERTISING. - l MO. 1 wot, 101. 11 not . 4.W 00 10.M 18 00 i. "' . . 5.0C 8.00 11.00 S3 .00 r. ,olm. 7.00 10.00 lo.oo so.oo c0.. .: 1100 SO.OO 80.00 KM . "I ao.OO 88.00 But 78.00 " a a MA Cards n Buslnese Directory, one eir, s)l 00 lewl and Traneleut Advertisements will bo Merged One Dollar per tonere for the flret le ertloo. and Fifty Centi per equere for each edd. S Wtlon. A tqu.re t the tpec. of one inch. Fractional eqnaree will be counted ee tall ''ukeal'and Buelneee Notice will be charted Urn rents per Hoe for tbe flret Insertion, end eight ,Bts per line tor each additional l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 30 March 1882

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. . 1. 1L JULIAN, Publisher, h BAN MARCOS,' -S TEXAS TEXAS TOPICS. Coleman county claims near on to 20,000 head of improved sheep. Eighty wagon loads of lead was re ceived in one day recently, at Laredo, from the Vallecilfo mines, in the State of Nuevo Leon, Mexico. During the thunder storm of the 7th, the telegraph line one and a half miles west of Castroville wus struck by lightning, and about twenty five yards burned completely up. , k. ..': VWhilo crossing a railroad bridgo over a small creek jn the suburbs of McKinney, a little school boy fell through tUe bridge and was drowned. He was a son of Mr. Stewart- of that town. : , -r j . Stevens &, Worsham sold their Btock of cattle, in the Panhandle, to a Chicago firm, for 1050,000. ' The cash payment is $200,0110 in. drafts to close the trade, deposited with Lindsay, Hemming & Co.; Comment "cays the Chicago men will Jnako a ' goodthing, Ex. Ctov. Etubbard reports that the Narrow Guago will be complete a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 30 March 1882

indue asd nis Cirrous. ?' stm's (rl', tl,rf V" lUista- it, UrlJct f ta Itofolafloiurf War. w yew York World, yelnurj J I Jlr. Cbftnft3 Dapev. duUvoreil a lActare last night at the Reformed Church, on Wast Thirty-fourth tr?et, before a 'Urge audience," entitled- An Episode of the ltevolution, The lec ture vat the old etorj, told. eraphi&Uy, of thetroachery of Bepdict Arnold wad tho execution of Major1 'Andre asVeny, It waa well received eBtoeclaily ih$ carta referring to the three yeotoen Jho coptvt7V9ttt'wtJelli all. ttemDta at bribery. - Tho . lecturer wve a melancholy picture of the state, tionof Washington just at thetiiuenf hia base act of Arnold's. "Seventeen hundred andttghtywa HHBldoinyanJ anxious year ; for : Washington, j Nev Jersey was overrun with more than, 20, 000 veterans of European battlefields!1 andthetouly, force ,at. Copland was about 12,000 iuen,wh.o ; oooupied West Point. The spccesa'or' iailure of the Var depended, s, itad jfromjthe be-; rinninfr, npon-the ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 30 March 1882

MM Free Press. ISAAC 2L JULIAN, - Editor. SAN MARCOS, TEXAB. (entueu at th roHT orrica at haw maboos nil A IKOOMU CTWM J "Announcements of Candidates. TATIK YOTIRJ DPI ATI C009TT I Wa are aatberised U aaaeiaca that W. f. IWO It aeadUala ! T- Vrr el Heys otaiy, LATE NE ITS ITEMS. "Ex. Oor. Darts, it 1 now Mid, will die tate the Federal appointments for Texas. The bill peiwJonlng Mrs. Garfield, Mrs. Tyler and tin. ron, naa jaaou. The 85th blrthdoy of Kaiser William of Prussia wm receouy ceieorutea. OenenU Grant and Tarioua other sweet- a bated Hbilwaru. dined with their friend, 1 the Uuittead President," the other day. A anlntion of the Whittaker case haa been reached by dismiiuung him from Went Point fir failure in hi slumes. It ia entimatod that thia year's cotton crop will be diminished 600,000 bales by the - ... m I overflow or the Mississippi. Wisconsin does not want capital punish ment The senate of that state recently killed a bill reviving such penalty. The Chinese bill has pa...

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