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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 30 March 1882

Dailey Boys cn the C rner will iffer $100 fjr the man tint will sell Ladies' Shoes as cheap' as thoy will. Free Press. "tuUksday march ao m. TIM13TAI3LE. to'igl til W ygtlm Efei sXiTantonio DIVI8I0N: pouhd south. 41b. Siraea .. a SO r. X IMS A.M. k. L ........ I . 4 1 ....... " r t.i Sto-w.":.!" J - . Antonio... B'1D!D BORTH. AIL MfMII VaV- Mif' Inipreo M I S is MARCOS... iss ; . S.J n. - lis " 5ST5r-.-"f ; fn Antonio JQ iijoa. m. HOME NEWS. Special Notice. .Being desirous of getting out our paper regularly ud promptly ou Thursday mora iug we are obliged to ask onr advertising ptitrons to have their favors ready as early mm posHiWe in the week not later than Wed- ncHday noou at furthest. Otherwise wo cannot undertake to insert them the same week. Dcxx times IIobsb stealing lively. Tatloe has taken a boom in anticipation of the Mo. Pacific and another paper is the result Shoes to fit every foot and to suit all purues cheap. johnson a uohnsoh. The tight-rope performance and its incl d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 30 March 1882

t THE DEW PL A ST. BT MRS. L. S. MONIKHftON. (The following poem was suggested mi noci'iiir a Hereon who bad DO ap nroi'iAlinu Of cither its VllluO Of its beauty break a long trailing spray from a p! uit which the writer bad regarded with tender care for oue year.) O flower of ilery drooping aUam And peUlroy huei. Of window plituU tbo fkirmt Rom Witu cryatal dropa boclewipa ) Onaainia'aet aRafnat thy (trace A tlith thy fanltleai flow ra typand; Tempting hk women iilaaliinTaoe Ttie apoilera reckleaa hand. Thy alifhSir array and temptinj hfooniy Like Magdalene fall a at Ut Bpurned in the duat O uapleia doom I With all tby aweetnoaa paat. Thy meeknena innocence and erace likd wopien'a cliarma diatructloa win; Alan'a Rtory life. Ilea in her face Or anarea that lure to mortal am. . O emhli-m of frail bcautie'a heart illufthlng in !uulowa cool and greon Teach women that their wouitu'a art la to be aweet and aeldoin aeen. HAPPY AT XAST. ;"j do wish) Marguerite you'd listen to common uense ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 30 March 1882

X HERD OF SEX LIONS. Attractloa r th featrar Part ' to-Al l Bf ' New York UeraU. ' ' .' Oaite a throng of people stood be. hind the blonder railing that incloses (ha pond and play-ground of the sea lions in the park yesterday - afternoon om sixteen fine specimens being then ' eXbibition and watched their awk- ward gambols and listened to their hoarse bellowinga for hours together. In the morning there were as many as twenty-five seals all told within the inclosure but none of them singular to say. belonged to the Central Park. Twenty-one of these were the property of Chcries Reiche for whom they were nrht on the coast of the Santa Oruz Islands 100 miles north of San Fran- cisco and were brought to the park on Wednesday morning to. get suitable board and lodging. Here they were liberated from the crates iu which they were confined on their travels and they Immediately tumbled in for a bath' in the pond where the four old seals who have been residents of the park men- agerie for some ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 30 March 1882

DRIFTING. Maid of iVisjt era w wod Tell we can jrott Lake cood bread ? Ia the o ff that you brew HtrouR and clour of amber bue f Io yon twt oowb your biiir Wh troths weird lAth you prepare? liut Ami of all pray tell me sweet Are you curbed with frigid foet ? I fkalcl lHeclloa rtls Nlrlrlnff Far. D you wish to ba perfect la mlud aud b If Do you wish to be htoltby and strong iu all your parts f Then Liy all other remed- ioi aside and ute Browu's Irou Hitters. It will surely iofuae new life and new rigor in- to the wuolo human system. It given per- ftittiou to every part increases the iuuhcIoh itud strengthens the uervei. Baltimore wanrs to get up a grand industrial and agricultural exponi" tioninlSSl. It proposeH to solicit exhibits of interesting objects in art Hcionce and mechanics from every rity of the country ho that the show may attain a uuiversal character. Voice of The People. S. V. Pieroe M. D. Buffalo N. Y.J I had a norioui disease of the lungs and w.w for a time confined to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 6 April 1882

Sill Marco ree rre T.H.JULIAN "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR. VOL. XI. SAN MARCOS HAYS COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL C 18 82. NO. 19 s Free Press. nUUSHKl) KVEUV THURSDAY BY ISAAC II. JULIAN To whom nil Loiters should be Addressed. Offick I'iint uido of Plaza. BATEd OF SUBSCRIPTION : nie vear.in advance 2 00 Six months fliree mouth " 1 V6 76 HATES OF ADVERTISINO On square oi.e insertion 1 00; each adilftton- luertl"n under on mi.mh. 60 ceuii per square 1 mo. 3 mot. 6 mos. 18 mos 1 Square. $ i 50 t oo fl.no ituiu 4.00 I o.uu I JU.IIU I 15 00 1 i K nf HAM I Vi.00 I 20.00 1 00 HI I l.vvi ........ ' i. ....I ViOOl 2000 SH.00 6C.O0 l " I 2(1.(10 :io.00 St.'0 I 75.00 30.00 6C.0A Business' Card one inch or ios one year 8 00 Card in Bmtnexe Oireclury. one year 12 00 Legal and Transient Advertisements wilt be charged 'ne Dollar per quar fi.r the first in- sertion and Fifty Cent per qtre for each artdl- llonnl Insertion. A squuie W the space of one Inch. Fractiona...

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

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. I. II. JULIAN Publisher. BAN MARCOS TEXAS .TEXAS TOPICS. Work is progrcHing on tbo Texas & St. Louis railroad Iron Bridgo across the Brazos river t Wuco. Eighteen miles of iron aro ut the t?rminues ready to bo laid beyond tho river as soon as the bridge cau bo completed. The Iato census shows 1000 insane persons io tho State that ought to be under medical treatment. A strong pressuro is being made upon tho Gov- ernor to ubo half amillion of tho cash balance to caro for them iu a proper manner. Goliad Guard March 18: Goliad county has u population of near 0000. There aro in tho county 62500 head of cattle OSM head of horses 18528 head of sheep 361 gouts and over 22'JO head of hogs on which taxes aro paid as- sessed at $."50000. Tho amount of land rendered for taxes is 150000 acres valued at $701770. On tho 10th of March sixty head of cattle known iu tho market as "grass Texans" averaging 1.0C0 pounds were sold in St. Louis at $5.50 per 100 pounds to Eastern...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 6 April 1882

FJIfMAXD HOME. Farm UakUtft. A Kansas shipper states that a cai bold two more bead of steers il thej are destitute of horns lie thinks this strong argument in favor of polled ugus cattle. jln. Habbis Lewis gives it as hi opinion that grazing for milk may be made to pay till land reaches $100' an acre. On land of greater value grazing coys for profit is questionable. Eveby person who keeps chickens should raise garden peppers. A tea made by boiling them in water and added to boiled potatoes or corn-moal dough is stated to bo a euro preventive of cholera in fowls. Pulverized sulphur ' is an excellent substance to apply to fowls and cattlo for tho purpose of destroying or keeping away vermin for the reason that tho heat of the body causes it to become volatile ia which form it suffocates in- sects. - . A celebrated French breeder who for many years held first rank in tho art of fattening sheep when urged to di- vulge his secret replied : " Sly secret ? I have none; it is only a questio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 6 April 1882

Free Press. 13AAC lUOLUy - - Edltcr. HAN MARCOS TF.XA.O. TMl'USDAV. Al'ltU 0 IkNTIlSKh AT TIIK I'OHT OKKi''K AT HAS MAIKXM nr.iAH AHhi;iosi ci.ahh mattkh. J Announcements of Candidates. . S j j S S . xN J W"W tor 'i'rettturer. TO Til K VOTr.KH OK II A M COUKTT I We ara uibiirUtd to annoanc that ' W. P. IKION li candidal for ollic of Tie' ' tirvr nt Hayt county L ATI) XK WS ITEMS. John I). JxifroL'rt is datitferoiisly ill aud flit; worst nmy bo looked for nt any time. Strike are prevalent among mechanics iiixl muoriiig mint nt the North. Xiuo mil!rt of tho Austin KortliwcKtcru Jt it were built last week. "A National loss to England'' in the way in which tno JjomJoii (ilobo iiieutioiiH tho death of tno great American poet Henry iiuhAorta JiiglelIow. S. P. Rounds of Chicago has been noin liialeu Public Priuter in piace of John li. Octrees mi ocuiipaut of tne ollicofor many years. Senator Dun Hill Iihh .lnu another openi- tiou performed on ti is tongue tor a caucer. J lis physicians spe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 6 April 1882

Msy Eo;snth: Craer will iff;r $100 Free Press. afJ MAB303 TEXAS. Mjdtd Mem Md f ANTONIO DIVISION: 1...11V11 cnf'rir pound souru. Upli- ft on . M ....... ..6.37 " ..-..Ml " ..: ' .. .vt " . MR " .7 4rt " 0 " BiTD NORTH MAIL 1(1 ill A. M . WOO " .. 9.40 " . ..9.2S " .. .WI " ...8.40 " . 11. IS A.M. Aii'ln Vh.kIi 'M At.toiilo ... W.OH M ir 12.63 . IIS . 1.4.1 3 IS P.M. AUll" Uilic jwpreit Kv'e ...." SaN mhcos. Hunter...... jw llraunfel.. fn Antonio ... ..6.-M I-IOME NEWS. Special Xoiire. Heiag desirous of getting out our paper re"ulaviy uud promptly ou Thursday uiorn- iug we.ira obliged to ask our advertising patrons to have their favors ready as early ftS possible in tho week not later than Wed- nesday noon at furthest. Otherwise we cannot undertake to insert them the same week. Cahload of corn at Hinzie'h. See new advertisement of Mr. Giesen. St. Louis Daily Globe-Democrat for sale nt Sajj Marcos Bookstore. ITsequ.ylei) bargains in Clothing Boots nud Shoes at Lu. J. Dailey. A fine lo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 6 April 1882

TJf.lCH.VQ.l OF T.UK. T CUAHLft IWAIN. Tim" to ni tlil truth hath imi;M 'Ti tiutb that'a worth r-veaimn; JJ.i.o i.nVnd from want f thonahi If n.lvir wacotild ooiivi V Yl. ii-'n limn ahould convey it; If a.-'v. hut a rd ' 1 ii ;v' a time in which t y I'- ll i iv a l(.aiiici. flow r di-caya T.."li tend t eVr no much B.i;i.-t:una went on it fdaya U I.k Ii uo human aid cm touch. fio in many a lovlnj br-t home caiikcr-Kiiff iinernli"l. Tiiat. if touched in more ojiprcKHi'd L it unto itcU 1 healed ! O'X uulcnowiriRlv tlm tongue Touches a cord o aching Tli t a word or accent wron Pain the heart almcut to breaking. Jliuy a tear of wounded pride. .M.viy a fault of human blindneaa II ii Ik-c u soothed or turned aide l!y a quiet to ice of kiudnei. Time to ma thla truth bath taujjht Tin a truth that'a worth revealing: JIoio oftond from want of thmiK'itf 'I'hiin from any want of feeling. A IUU OF HOLD. Ban Fraud Argonaut "Are you engaged coachman?" I had stopped at that moment to wa- ter my hors...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 6 April 1882

lioSoutb Young Man. Horace Greeley wu so intensel y Anti- eitvery in principle he n0Ter C0UW SlertotbeiJea of giving any recog- Sion to the people or country where i ii iustitutiou existed hence his uui- .real exhortation was'Go West young I!an" In t'e chauge of tkiugs it is n icruis!illo to give othor and dif- Uv" I wa urrml.l anv with South youug man for we believe n the next ten years there will come to Ihe South greater changes and im- nrovemeutsthan have ever been experi- enced or dreamed of in the history of this country. John II. Jnman a New York capitalist and a representative of millions of dollars has very recently made a tour of tho South oud says his wv to a representative of the Atlanta Constitution after this manner: "It is my opinion that the whole country will develop very rapidly trithintho next ten years. The im- mense amount of capital in New York Philadelphia and Boston as well as throughout the smaller cities of the North and East uninvested or in use It low rat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 6 April 1882

rOKMY LADY'S SAKE. wcfturarl lb lUut I all () HU J brum t w blfb iilili r lrnn wtib ih day Nor iIiidiiii wi'b th A 1.4 1'irt t lv" ""'' Jltl" This niOl I Uki A III unfiled unliliiJ fur my dear lady's ke. 1 e ir not for lb world's rtnowu Vrt eouut In ru'lu' t'ou'iJ I bul lo IU srlM tiuwu An J lay Hat tr Iwt. A iule klncium wuulJ I Ulo Of tnyxlluco inkc tVbrr mUlii ' luW ! rln Fur n y dar Uy's . Slue all of f o I I btvi U br. I hold my lut iust dear With sputln-a xorJ and tlalnlm vena l it to bar lu'tor bar ; Ibal wueu our dream of life la dour ToKellii-r we may wake And (iud unite our soulu iu one tot uiy dr lady's sake Trim Jlrll Alun)a Win. Tlioro U ft constantly iucruitsiug dfi.mml f.ir lirowu'a Iron Ditli-M. A dra"1' " on Wuhiiintou Htnict report the wilo of 2:i l.jtt!t tbtf tirrft moutli ; mi bottle the wc- I in Mtu mi l I KS bottW the third month nil not ono complaint or failure to give en- tire rtutisfaction l.iiintf the very lxKt h-'iltu uuJ lifo-givinj' nioilicino iu nil the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 13 April 1882

Free Press rco O . hi ii ;l 9 s FllOPIUETOlh j.JJ.JUI-IAN. "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Good." SAN MARCOS HAYS COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY APKIL 13 1882 NO. 20. VOL. XI. Free Press ri-CLISHKJ) LVEHV THURSDAY BY ISAAC II JULIAN To whom all Letters should be Addressed. Office ICant side oi Plaza. RATES OK SUBSCRIPTION : O.eyear.lu advance MX uimilbe Tnree months f I 00 1 6 76 RATES OF ADVERTISING. 0 oure. oi.e insertion $1 W; each addition- line MU . -.ik Rft -.it nr nil.ra. 1 mo. 8 mei. 6 moa. l'i wot r;oliare 2 6o" iT.oo 6.oo I w.oo ' s". 4.00 e.oo io.oo 16 oo 6.or h.oo is.no so.oo "'. 7.00 o.oo ao.oo so.oo ' c0'.m ia uo iio.oo so.oo 6C.00 j ' ..'.!! aW 36.00 60 CO 76.00 Roslnes tares one "" ' I ; Card iu Baslne. Directory on. year. frt 00 lscal and Transient Advertisements will be chsrued One DUr per aquare for th. first ln- rtlou. and Fifty Centa per aquare for each audi- tlonal li.wri.on. A squa.e . the apace of one Inch. Fraclloual square will be cnuuted as full ' inl a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 13 April 1882

rt ie SAN HARCOS FREE PRESS. I. II. JULIAN Publisher. BAN MARCOS TEXAS TEXAS TOPICS. Large deposits minnrala hsvo been of coal unit and found in El Paso county. . The Southern Tsciflo railroad baa been constructed to a point 230 miles east of El Paso. It id fctill advancing eastward. Tbe St. Louis & Texas Narrow Guage railway wo iiro informed will be -completed by the lirht of October next. Five different couHtrnetion forces are ut work and somo of tbem aro making one and a half miles per day. Mr. Joseph Ilalston. of Brenhani has received the gold watch and chain and gold medal awarded him at the Atlanta Cottou Exposition of 1881 lor the beat cotton cleaning macbiaery on exhibition. They are both suitably inscribed. The medal weighs sixty-two pennyweights. It is stated that Senator McPber- son of New Jersey has offered $(00000 for tho contract to build the state-houHO at Austin. He will accept the land granted by tho State and for this land will build the cupitol jm agreed on an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 13 April 1882

t An Arkansas Romance The Little Rock Gazette sacrifices notarial for the striking novel in the following paragraph in a way that must Bik Sylvauns Cobb Jr. fairly CToan. Thuaitsaith: ABU HUKW uuutu tr At Arkansas recently come ume ago a jjjaa W'ampton a beautiful young ludy and a wealthy young farmer named Kockton were married. The young lady could not have been termed a "happy bride." She had never loved Uockton married him only to please a widowed mother. "My happi- ness depends upon this union" the widow had said. "You have always been a dutiful child and I know you will not refuse to marry u man that do rotedly loves you. You may not love nim now my child but that deep devo- tion which is 1 ways the offspring of kindness will make you happy." "I will obey you" replied the girl "bat I do not even like Mr. Kockton. Thero is nothing in sympathy between us. He is woalthy; but while poverty always brings misery yet wealth does not always bring happiness. You may know that I am devot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 13 April 1882

nnr an Free Press. isaac H. julia:; Editor. THURSDAY APKIL1 13 HWJ. (k.VI'KHKU ATTIIK ItwT OfFM'E AT HAM MABCOii 1KXAI AHbtOONU CXAHU MATl'KU. J Announcements of Candidates. tor Crcuturer. TO TUB VOTEHS or HAYS COUHTT : W ara aaiborlaed to nnoonc thai 'W. P IRI02C It eandldata far tba oHIoa of Treaa- urer ol Haa county h ATE JfKWHjTMM ' iiuj. Ponu Las spread bin tonl at Corpus Christi. Tcrriblo tonin Ion have recentlj ireTailed extjndiug from Kansas to Iowa. A JnwiHh family of nine ieriou hare l..en murdorod by soldier- 1u Russia. Rant Bernhardt is married a Grack boing tlio lucky or uulucky mun wan. Gon. llurlbut Minister to Peru died of liMoHe March '2Wh. at Lima. Here is another opening for one of the 3(K. CornoliuH.1. Vanderhilt brother of the (rent millionaire recently eoinmited Hiucide in New York. ' He wan subject to fits. Changes in tho British Cabinet are expect- o J owing to disagreements over the coer- cion policy. Two mysterious individuals hare Rallied forth from Dalian...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 13 April 1882

n 3 3 o Q 3 0 0 p H P r4 0 M H H 0 10 rH 11 CJ rH (D Free Press. XKL'HSDAV. APRIL 13 IM TI.MK TAHL.E. ad Ereit Rita Rifed SaJTaI'710 DIVISION: HiU5l UDTn. M4iL. - lino as ... r. u ii.isa.m. 6.ST " MM " i.. ....... ft-W " 11. M P.M. j. ia. asMHOOH. ... " HU M Hunter T.I ;::RrUH(..U....TJ" 145 .so Aniouta... a. 10 ft.JUKD 50RTH. iirim AH 10 " .. "i'" i"p' f i; .. Ja.S MAltCOS... W " !uiit r n.su Krw Hrsuiifrls....H 05 " Antonio 30 " 4.15 P.M. Sal " S IS a os J.40 UO l.Ai ... 11.66 A.M. r1 HOMB NBWa Sri.EXDiD crop prospects continue. The rendy relief given to. asthma nnd sum- mer colda ly Urowu'8 Iron Bittow is so satiw. fiutory that many hpaak of it an a complete cure. FiBtfEiwullat "home at work. The Wttruro c.irnot HtiU ahead. New stock; tt'J hiza orJeroJ. Johuson t Johnson. JuHt received a car-load of Kansas flour. P. It. Turner fc Co. House Dills got up in handsome style at this office. Good asst. Lailicd' MiKses and children's shoes all kinds. Johnson & Johnson. Just received...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 13 April 1882

THE DAY IS DONE. u. ye lonommow. The day ia done and the darkneM Falla from tho winRaof Niic&t. A a feather 1 wafted downward From an eaitle in bia flight. I aee the lighta of the vIIIhro Gleam tUroiiKb the raiu and mUt And a feeliuj of doea oomea o'er me That my aoul can uot rcit. A feelinit of aadneaa and louring That u not akin to pain And reiemlilca mrrow only Aa the mint reaumble rain. Come road to nie aome poem home nimiile and heartleaa lay. That ahall auothe thia rentier feeling And bauitih the thought of duy. Not from tho grand old niantera Nor from the bardn aublimc Vhoe distant footatcpaeoho Through tho corridor of time. For like strain of martial music Their mighty thought ugget Lite'aeiidluK toil and endeavor; And to-night 1 long for rent. Read from (tome humbler root WhoHOHong guiih from hi heart A shower from tho cloud of unimer Or tears from tho eyelid start; Who through long day nfjabor And night devoid 01 cute Still huar in hi oul the music Uf wonderful melodic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 13 April 1882

CAT1XB KINS CONVENTION. it of Cathrrlaf UtpreuatlBi lor Thta Million lltad orstok. Olobo Duomt March SStU. At Gainesville Tex.1ast week an im- nrtADt meeting of cattle men was held. He cattle interest of the West ban irown into gigantic proportions and fa becoming of sufficient magnitude to .1 tt)ia attention of Legislatures and -.tract the attention of Legislatures f CongreHS. At the convention men- ded about COO men gathered who eDresen'd over 1200000 head of cat- at a low estimate $18000000 in value. Mr. M. P. Buel of Hunter Evans & Co. the widely known live stock firmi was a attendance at the Convention and yesterday informed the reporter of the Globe-Democrat that the object of the convention was to arrange for the ann.ual cattle round- up as it is called and to provide moac- ures for the protection of the different interests involved. The country rep- resented by the delegates is bounded on the south by the Texas I'actiio Rail- way on the north by Kansas on the west by the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 13 April 1882

Swept Dreams DNturlK-J. TV hs I Ui hr Wub bar arn above Ir be l flnowr nn sboia bar thrown filesinltif wlilis polUhsd atons WhlU the silken lohss The soft valval of hr ehk . Anl her aweetbrsalh enm4 and oei A tier bosom abb ami flow' I.o behold hr wtbiljr start And b-r Hp In terror part Now hs madly claipi lb sheet A It ding ab ml Iter feet Hlap her hand unon herfcnsa J Oh h bt ii 'lit a Una I Oics again br eyelids meet Aud bar drcaro are pure and sweet. From Oj ster Creek. Oyhtkr Cheek April lnt 1H82. I'.Di rou FitEB Treks : Whilo nomo of our Ifojilo nro trying to irmko a liviug houently tlire nre othor always ready to piL'cr aud Ktoiil tho hnrd earning of tho houpHt and in- ilmlrioiw. Last TuoHdiy night 2Mh of Muroli tliroe horsos woro fitolou from this t oiiiinuuity two from Ciirr 15o.it and ono from T II. Shumate FnrtioHare in Koarch .n l it ik ho)od tluit the thieves will bo over- t iken uud brought before tho Court that 1 !io law may have its course. livery year for tho last t...

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