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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 20 April 1882

Ik J- ... Sao Marcos Free Press, I.H.JUI.1AN, "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Good." rnopiuETcm: VOL. XI. SANMARCOS HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 30,-1882. NO..' 2 1 . Free Press. fl'BLKHEW- EVEliv THURSDAY BY ISAAC H. JULIAN, To whom all Letters should be Addressed. Office Eat side of Plata. UATF.40P sdbscbiption: Qllt year, In advance. ........ f J 00 mix 'Bil ?8 Tbwa nioutbe 76 BATE OF ADVERTISING. One nature. one Insertion fl 00; each addition 1 Inirtl' u under ont month. 60 cents pr square I ma. 3oto. 6 mos. 18 wion 1 qiire 1 " 5 ; ), " I " $ J.50 4.00 s.or 7.00 liuo so.oo t 4.00 00 8.00 10.00 30.00 55.00 8.00 10.00 ia.no 10.00 so.oo ftut'o f 10.00 15 00 so.oo 30.00 6C.00 70.00 Bu.lnes Cards, one inch or less, one year, 8 00 Cards in Business Olretlory. one year, $i 00 ...i .n( Transient Advertisements will be ftasreed "e Hollar per square fur tbe firm In.. sertfoU, ana flllj l.euis per .4U-.0 i. ...... - tlonal insertion. A square U the space or one i...h Pr....

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. — 20 April 1882

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. X. II. JULIAN, Publisher. BAN MARCOS, TEXAS TKXAM TOPICS. Mr. Lafton. of California, has com pleted negotiations for 10 000 acres of and in Coleman couotv, at $12,000. Jar GouM was elected president of tho International & Great Northern railroad. Eight thousand bales of cotton have been compressed at Coniicunu this season. Work is progressing on all four of the railroads now building out from Laredo. Ti e International, tho Mexi can National, tho Texas-Mexican coal mino extension and the ltio Grande and Pecos have largo forces at work grading. A fanner named C-rter, from Fisher county, brought to Abiline two bales of cotton recently. He rawed twelve bales latst year on eighteen acros of land, and hauled it seventy miles to a gin in Coleman county, and hauled it back home again. lie lives west of the hundredth meridian of longitude. Tho contract for budding the Aus tin and Southeastern Narrow Gauge llailwayfrom Austin to Bastrop was signed by General Grifli...

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. — 20 April 1882

rOUTY'TWO IRISHMEN. ... i. Wesutrfal P,0,t l tht from tlie New York Sun. Sadis Tabb, Texas, March 10, 1882. in looking from tbo sito of this tiwn nbiect, next to the light-honae on the T ouisian shore, ia the wreck of the .maliiD Clifton. She was burned while running the .blockade in 1805, loadoil with 000 bales of Confederate iton Uer tilted smoke-stacks and nDier works are a guide to pilots seek inff the dredge channel through the goft blue lauu w va mu. - a.uo Clifton formerly belonged to the United States Government, and formed part of the Franklin expedition which was AiBpew. J in September, 1803, by forty two Irishmen, fighting under the Con federate flag. It was one of the most memorable , incidents not only iu the history of our late,' war, but in the record of all wars. At the North this achievement is scarcely known or re membered, while here it is dwelt upon and retold as though it were a feat sur passing that of Leonidas and , his 300 gpartans. Capt. Stuart, a venerable ...

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. — 20 April 1882

Free Press. ISAAC C. JULIA1T, . Editor. SAN MAB0O3, TEXAB. I ITkHKIi AT TIIK l-OMT OFflCB AT MM sUBCX nttt AakKCOKD CLAM MATTKB.J LATE KWSJJXJJiL Thr U ft bill before Coupr" to reduoe ' li fM on nobtal uiouoy omen to flro and " A - ten con In. fnntor Lointn continue very ill too ill ' - to Ilot HriufH avivbod by hi jhy tit-inn. Tb widow of the Into Bihhop MAirin, dind t FnHlerickHtown, Mo., ou tha 16pi of lnt month. II U uid that Goueral FA Burleson, who lil in H'M. vu the flint perron Interred iii the SUto coiuotory at Auntin. The only member of OarfleM'i Cabluet nrtw reninming in Secretary Lincoln, and it in thought he will not be disturbed. Gen. Roecran boa been cloctad pr mnnoiit chairman of the demot-rntio con Cruhttioiial committee with Gen. Lefevre as fcerrotary. Tin circulation of Rtnmlard niiver dollars for tho week ratling April 8th, whh . 157.000 aainht $:'l:,o:)(J the correnpoml ing weok tout year. The Leginlature of MawaichuHetts haH now enacted a law allowing women to ...

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. — 20 April 1882

IS H 15 P! 0 0 15 0 0 P) H P n h 0 A 0 0 0 ft 0 0 Free Press. MARCOS, TEXAS. THURSDAY. APRIL 20, 1882. TIME TA13L.E. tejioal aai bit Men Riilroid AlT ANTONIO DIVISION: BOUND SOUTH. MAIL. . UP. If ..B.3T " .5.80 " .. ,6M M . T1S uruu IMS A.M. 11. 6S 14.08 P. II. IJ.M " 1153 1.18 145 Mi Initio MnchcA Dupre ...' Kjlt fiRXABCOH.. nrauorel. ..Td " 81 Aataiilo... .9. " BOUND NORTH. MAIL RIPHIil, , 4.18 P. If. 3 41 " , S.8 ' , 8.05 " H40 Si 'JO " , 1 43 11.55 A.M. 1 --tla 10 in A. U 10 ou " . 8 " ..9.SM " . 8. no " Ranchcc Uupree ... K' BAN MARCO.. Hunlrr.... ...... p,w Brsunfel.. Stu Alton).... ..8.40 " ..8 05 " ..8.30 HOME HSTE'WS. What to Weab, at San Marcos Bookstore. Ths dewberry crop, we learn, is unusually large. Seb new advertisement of the Golf, Color ado, and Santa Fe Railway. Just received a new lot of Ziegler's boota andhboes. P. R. Turner Co. Blisd Tom bad a crowded house 2bnday night. House Bills got up in handsome style at this office. Just received a car-load of Kansas flou...

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. — 20 April 1882

ONE EXCHANGE FIEND FOILED. TUiar evening wer Ijrlng iDOuriuclmu. atul trym Da Invent bow l'al l-"a lor our valuaMe ahrat. Wlim flemi. wlio inouKltl u alw.ug, To our diwk rame a jltly creai'lim. 1'lckaU up ' latoaMUaiisea aud tuu atari" lor tlio atnwt. Tbau 111 air Cw deimT thicker, Aourol."U..HiiKlier" , BUed Hi Kriiu. uJ:lou itrauijer tliroujU tb wlu.low with a cra-li : Jiul lifuwl bliu ntljr Tlil lie ill.)M)rrl couiUtHy, With bla ahuulila a oru nui-utdd with a aliattKNMl window awb. And tba itrantfur still la uIpIuk Turonuh tha atinoaphara allylnK. With a " Hag ol Irune" protruding lliroimu tin liole UKrdH" tore : And the Kitulim tUouUI caiua o er ua 1 bat U uever mom will '") ua Hover conio to tal eichaugra Jrora our eauoiuut 11 mora. SACRAMENTO. It was aa olJ uarao for a girl Sa cramento. mm , , . , So the girl herself thought 08 she stooped dowu beside a spring at the foot of a cottouwood tree and lazily dropped her pail into the water. "it ought to have been given to a boy, if...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 20 April 1882

U IUT ELECTRICITY MAY IK). tjtt KorUI Kroaoalc ChMIWIble. Froi'a rail Mall O!. It is n trit observation that n polit icJcoinbiuatt'on of the fifteenth oentu rv o profoundly influences tho life of he rreut generation a the mechaui nibinatUn of typo ia Uuteaberg's primiug pre. The making .ef gun powder, the invention of the ecnipotis, inl h construction of the steam en ein,"ure all fcmiliar illustration! of the aiirtat to which the inventor baa revo luticned the arorld. Eveu in the pure -i:t.-,.ai Boiaa it mav be asserted that Watt waa xnow powerful than iPitt, and the .ahare of Arkwright in ecabling England to itesist, and ultimately to overcome, the power of Napoleon was hardly less important, although much lesaconBpicuor.s, than that of Welling ton. The discovery of the extent to which two parallel railroads of iron could expedite locomotion, in Sr. Ar noldt opinion, ,j;ave the death-stroke to feudalism; and no one can as jot com pute the extent to which it has contrib uted to remo...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 20 April 1882

I' : 1 1 !-! Mi ' 1 i 1 '1 't i: : I I'rom St. Lo n Is. Rt. Loon, Mo., AtrJl 14, 12 EDITOR FttF.K VMM I It Will (lOUbUeHU M- touish your reuw to bear thut wo KnJ A Lenvy full of miow In thin cltjr lint Monday morning. TU wenthnr Im atill threatoumtj mii,1 thd ulmnwm are that wu will bo hhrou.l- ed iu mow by morning. A potent argu uieut iu favor of going to Texiw. Governor Tom Critteii.lon rocoivod a four fill blow from Major John N. KJwarJn thin in ruiiiL'. Mai. Edward in tho editor of thfl Sodulift DoiiKKTit, ami bin phillipic naiust the Oovrtenor for bin tnethodof "re moving" JosMd Jan i oh will prove- the political d)ath of Crittoudim. M-tJ. Edwarda in by far the ablest waiter it the State, and hut characteriHtio letter ban created a profound Herniation, and, ai the doo J in done it in porhap unfortunate that thia brillicut writer baa tuu'ht the Exouutivo thtt "The remedy be recked of torture bira, and the spirit he hi HUiuiuoned baf fles him." It must be conceded tluvt bribery, ...

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. — 27 April 1882

, , , . . , ee Pres m r -rvo 1 ' I.H.JULIAN, "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Good." PUOP1UETOH. VOL. XI. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1882. NO. 22. K AT Tl www VdlUU5 FJ Free Press, PUBLISHED EVERY THUB8DAY BY ISAAC H. JULIAN, To whom all Letters Bliould be Addressed. OFtfiCK Kast side of Plata. RAT Ed OP SUBSCRIPTION : : fl oo 1 is Tbre months 76 BATE8 OP ADVKRT18INO. , Ooe square, one Insertion tl 00 each addition, altusertlnn under on month. M cent per squar. 1 mo. S ma. 8 moi. H mot 1 oauare 1 " 3 M i4 a) J 60 4.40 6.0C TOO 11 0 30.00 ft 4.40 6 00 8.00 10.40 20.00 36.00 8.00 10.00 ll.no 90.00 30.00 6ol ft 10.00 15 00 10.00 30.00 6C.00 70.00 BnslnessCarda.eneinch or less, on year, 18 00 Csrds in Besines Directory, one year, fti 00 Legal Bd Transient Advertisemente will be charged On Dollar per equare for the Brst In sertion. $M Fifty Cent per quare for each add. clonal Insertion: A square ii the pact; of one lueh. fractional squares will be cnuu...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 27 April 1882

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. X. E. JULIAN, Publisher, BAN MARCOS, TEXAS rous Tories. great been tbeir Along lie Nechoa river a man- horses and cattle baV6 killed recently by buffalo gnat. The Texas Wool-Growers' Assoc! t!nn will m not at the Merchants' Ex nhnneo. Han Antonio, on or about the ' 7th of June next. Over 10.000 head of cattle and be tween 1,000 and 2 000 head of horses Uimuo-h Yorktown Do Witt county, in one week recently, on way up the trail. Castrovillo Quill: Last Thursday afternoon Monier's trail of sevon Chili uahua wagons, loaded with thirteen bales of cottou each, passed through Castrovillo en routo for Mexico. Twelve thousand feet of piling will be used in the construction of tho Palmer-Sullivan railway bridge across Galveston Bay. Train9 will run out of Galveston for a distance of ten miles by the 1st of May. Texa Live-Stock Journal: The past winter was an unusually mild one The present spring is exceptionally early. Grass is bottor and cattle fatter than was ever kno...

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. — 27 April 1882

tfBlOSITlES OF X ATl'KIL MSTUKT. i ttlKoi Farts assst KdniWeU lim AbImaI. from lb W'ilJnton (D. C.) I'ol Xba lecture yesterday afternoon at the National Museum 6y Trof. Riley ou the subject, "Little-Known Facta about Animals," was very inter esting, waa thoroughly onjojed by the laig audience presout. TUE OYSTEH. The Professor touched first upon tho fisb. How many persons, he said, while enjoying their oysters stewed, fried, broiled, soalloped or on the shell-ever pause to consider anything but the flavor? The oyster is older than man. At a very earljr period of . the earth's history we find that the shells of its an cestors ore scattered throughout the world wherever former ancient oceans had their shores, while they particu larly abound in the cretaceous forma tion. While the present horse was evolving through the various forms from a typically five-toed ancestor quite unlike its present self, the oyster retained essentially the same form. What is known as the fat of tho oyster fo...

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. — 27 April 1882

Free Tress. ISAAC H JULIAN, Editor. SAN MARCOS, TEXAS. THURSDAY. Al'MLl L'7, Hsa khtkrkd at the ror urarit:jc at ham makooh TKIAV AS HWONH CLASH MVTTEK. J LATE NEWS ITEMS. ' Th wheat hii.I erftin crop of North Tei m are rt-portod to bo in oxcellout condition. IiuiHiana will lose nt lenst ?:0,OOO,000 by the flood, to raj nothing of human Ma. Luko City, Minn., Ixm been nearly da tttroyed by flru Five blockn burned. Hftn Antouio U rrvinii aloud for a free postal dulirery. It ought to bare it The hoiine committee on commerce will probably report the river and harbor bill by the 4th of May. Lookout for the new comet, It is thought that within a few cyouiuyn it will bo vmible to tho nuked eye. Judo L. W. Moore, of Lagrange is npok m of mi a probable candidate for CongretiS from tho fifth diHtrict. 4 Gen. Fitzhugh Leo in writing a hintory of the campaign of the Amy of Northern Virginia. A freight and piwsenger war between the International and Huuset road-i is re ported to have been inaugu...

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. — 27 April 1882

n 0 H 0 0 0! 0 a H H Cj H 0 0 0 I w re 0 O Free Press. flA MAR003, TBXAI. THUKSDAV. APRIL 27, IBS TIME TAHLE. tajjgM ui tei fata Usd JnANTONIO DIVISION: BOL'KD SOUTH. M All strata Uaucliaca ,itBill I !M .6.3 r ll.M Dopre Krle ...4.M ....3U ,M P.M. 11 ss 11U tinnier 7.15 1.1S 144 S IS O JCa Brauufrls....T 4 T. an An tools.... B0C50 XORTU Mi It., 10 40 A. M. siratss, loiiln.... 4.1S P.M. 3 41 " S.M 3.04 140 tSO " lit 11.66 A.M. jtinclisc Uupree Kr gAN MARC08 Uuntrr )0 00 . ..9 tt . .t'0 ..N.40 . ,N US ,.6.30 Krw Brauiifele OS Ita Antonio. HOME 3STE"WS. j Tbk weather contiuea Lot and dry. The doctors report very little sicknes. See adrertisemcut headed "wanted." EHniCB'i ut Sun Marcos Bookstore. Butter and ega wanted at Hinzie's. Will pay the higheut market price. Head the article ou our first page entitled 'Improved Methods." Baby Carriages, with patent valise top. J. W. Nance. Small-grain is about ready for the reaper and the crop is heavy. See report of . Mr. Ruffinl, the architect ...

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. — 27 April 1882

4 Tltt Lord tch between ro ami tbet when wt ar bwnt one from auutbcr. A l.i nl gold Unci eii)(ren WitU word of Holy Writ A rn7. tiia bond auu token VVIiioh lo aul prayer bath lit, When iMUt from racU other O'er moontiun, ealc, and era. The Lord, who uuariied Israel. Keep welch 'tween wo and tuee, ThrouBh deye of heUt ami nldne, I hiodKb J otlovend Hie, Tlirouijta emilue, ana Joy and aunnhiue, ThroiiisU dye w.th brauty rife; When abeut from eacB other. O'er mountain, vale, and tea, The Lord of lovo and ladnea Ki watch 'tween me and thee. Throu(h days of doubt aaj darkaesa, in fear and treniMiug breath; TbrouKh wit of airt and Borrow In tears, aad grief, and death The Lord of life aud glory. The king of earth aua aea. The liord, whosua"' I Kevp w.Uh 'tween me THE SAWIXU HATCH. JJY ADA CABLKTON. In one corner of tho" old academy play-ground a group hud gathered about two boyB,- Bandy Jardino and Max Gueruey. - Sandy?lwas a tall, strong, largo-featured lad, as opposite as tho. polos to ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 27 April 1882

Storage r Lieciricitj The reproach against electricity that toiaDoi be etored aeema now to be In a f' WJ ot leiDg rcm0TC4 7 M. Camilla Faure'a reoeut improvetnent of Jhe l'iante Beooudary battery. Tho of this battery, as is well known, consist simply of two lead platea ini menwd iu w Mutated water, one of. bich lieoome oxidized by tbe passage of a current through tho cell, and in reconverted into the metallio state when tbe charging current ceases, yielding a current while undergoing this latter transformation. Onco charged, the bat tery may be kept a considerable length of timo without lOBiug its power, and gives out a current steadily in a man ner similar to an ordiuary voltaic cell. Tlio Plante cell is, however, not of commercial value, as its capacity is email, and it requires a considerable time to charge it. These difficulties M, Faure appears 10 nave largely overcome by simply coating the plates ..i nr rati .Ion1 nrliomltv hoi.. with minium or red lead, whereby their chemical...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 27 April 1882

Tlio Doubt Kfholrrd. T ro or uy I crcljr knew, I'erplried by tnaudslo twain. Tor wlill my love pronounced "idUn," Jlrr TTt Mid Uemelo." rr.t wlitl I aw and kat I tend, My Judgment wavered quite Whether she tneaul bjr glauc or word To pari u, or untio. lint now ach lover I tdvUe, Lh wo lo takt hla choice, lu d it to bis lady's eyas, To dlarrgard bar voir. ucu orbt lib kinder light ar tilled, Tbo narer adore, And pouiIur llpa If bravely tllllad, 1111 baoUb oa no mora. Tba Spectator. An i:llir Opinion. An editorial friend of ourwwho ban grown cuihiihinHtio over a certniu remedy which Iihk cured hiu of dyHjiermia, general dobilitv and ucrvoiiNDOiw, vi-iton an editorial an fol Id wh t "Wo bfllieve that IJrowu'tt Irou Bittern are dtwdined to lo THE medicine of the world. They iive roal health and Htrength to evt-ry jmrt of the body, restore every lout or impaired organic i miction, auu give new life and new vigor to every physical and mental faculty. Fverjr man and woman in ill-health nho...

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. — 4 May 1882

Sam Marcos Free Press I JH. JULIAN, Prove All Things i Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR. VOL. XI. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 4, 188 NO. 2 3. Froui Austin. Owing to our absence last week, the fol lowing letter failed to appear in last week's IrtKue. This we "grot, but trust the writer wiU favor us again, when w hope to da better. Ed. Editob Fui Pbew : The hound cougres eional apportionment bill passed the House Kovcral days since and Is now bofore the Senate. Tl&s makes the eighth dist. of the following counties: Austin, Colorado, Gon zales, Guadalupe, Atascosa, Lee, Lavac c, Caldwell, Wilson, Fayette, DeWitt, Hay and Krxnes. I do not know what fate awaits this bill in the senate, I understand that many changes are proposed in other dis trict, but have heard of none in reference to our district 5 it is not exactly in the shape Z wanted it, but it is impossible for all mem bers to be pleased with any apportionment that might be proposed. The House commi...

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. — 4 May 1882

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. I. II. JULIAN, Publisher. BAN MARCOS, TEXAS TEXAS TOriLS. Abilene will blip 3,000,000 pounds Of wool this season. The rails are being laid on the East line, between McKiuney uud Farnieravillo. The North Texas Coal Company, of Stephens county, filed a charter, Apr. 13, with a capital of $250,000. Mrs. L. G. Colmrn has 40,000 silk worms at work at her sosideuco, in Lo uoyo street, San Antonio. The Gulf, Colorudo & Santa Fo Company has offered a reward of $1,0"0 for the capture of the men who recently robbed their train. The building of the newcottou fac tory at New Bruuufcls ia progressing rapidly. Throe turbine wheels of 800 horse power will bo the driving power. The ficcretary of the Dallas Board of Trade figures tho increase acreage of email grain planted in North Texas this year over that of last year as fol lows : Eight times tho amount of wheat, four times tho araout of oats, and 25 per cent more com. Tho special committee to select a building for tho ...

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. — 4 May 1882

Winning" Him Back. One of tfio travelers for a new fresh Art goods Louse recently arrived in tovrn in the interior of the state to find hgt one of his best customers was Jbout to transfer his custom to a Bos ton Louse. Didn't we always do well by you?" wked tho New Yorker, as he Bat down for an explanation. Yes I believe so. "Don't we ship your goods prompt ly". "And did we ever press you xu a "Ho. "Do you get lower prices of the Bos ton house?" ' m To, I can't say as I do, ; "l'hen we. can't understand why you should leave all of a sudden after buy ing of us for several years." ... "I know that some explanation is due, and I will make oiio," replied the mer chant. ' ' "You know that I attend church." "Yes, and so do I." "Do you? I didn.t know that. I am looked upon a3 a christian." "So am I, I've got a date of my bap tism right here in my, book." "Is that so! Well, our church, is in need of repairs. - We were talking it over the other day and the Boston drummer .was in. hero and he...

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

tMTAIIM-IUISIMXIUV, i:rIIMMIl.lMV. v - - . NOTICE OF TAX SALES. -V ree Press. BELL & BROS, l'ublle Salen or UniU for nuii-pament of Taie.i for 181. liTiTP CtV TFAAtf. Wla r.as, on the 2. day of April, Vt ISAAC H JULIAN, - - - Editor. BAN MAFiOOa, TBXAB. TIIUltSOAY. MAY4. I ESfKUKn AT THf. I'ORT )KN AT HAN MAIMJOH TKXAH AM fcKCONt) CLA8H SIATTEtt. J Announcements of Candidate TO THK VOTKM or H A Yl COCSTT I w are authorleed to annoanco the W. P XRION, ! candidal for Ibt ofttM of Treasurer ol Uajr unli, A MBjejBeje) r ... .mtiAplisil in announce Ibt MIBI of A. I". BRIDGES, -t Wimberly.aeaceudldat lor Iht offlct of AMeaeor or H.J. to. ""!. Wn.no Emeiihon. the eminent ..,:..on nhilnMotilmr and autbrr. and , HI"I IVM BM.. Cknren Darwin, the celebrated Englmb Hciontist, diod a few dayM since. Th new nyHtom of congreiwional dintrictti Hhown KhockinB evidoucoH of Kerywauder iiig. We are free to my that we think thin Hort of work io dittcreditoble to auy party, and one of bad party polic...

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