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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 8 June 1882

0 2) 9 'A H P 0 H H H 0 IB rH 0 0 A 0 rl H rl 0 0 0 0 u 0 Free Press. MARCOS TEXA. 'THURSDAY. JUNE 8 W mr "i ' rorI'. Cwtroli ALL tt AiTortltiafla tMi TIM 13 TABLE. htffliiSaaal as! Brext . Mca RiM Mtf ANTONIO DIVISION: BOUND SUUTII. Mill. . . ft of. P. M ...6.S0 . 6 05 " ...7 " ....... ..T:-iU " .. 7 43 " .. 8:18 " lu:uu " HOUND KOM'H. MAIL. . 10 35 A. M . V:.'.7 " .. 8U " .. ... ...9.04 " .. 8:3ft " ...M.H " . 7:30 A.M. . 8:17 " 8:3J " .20 " :40 . m.'oa 145 6 03 WokIiik I)i pre w Urauutela. itt Antuulo... RXPMKii . 6:40 P. M. . 6:60 " . 6;36 . 4:43 . 4.23 . 4 0'J " . 8:3H " . 1.$ Aaitln Usnchaca Iupe Kyla v Uuiiter Krw HrauufcU. 7:43 " 0.30 ' a8. San Aniouio .. KCOjvLJQ JNI J W 53. Bewail wuuted at Hinzie's. Dross Velvets at Malono's. Fourlurd Silks at Malone's. Waktko Some threshed oats at this of fice.. Luce Mull at Malone's Spanish L;ico Ovev-DresseR at Malone's Silk Grenadioues Black and Colors with Colored Laces to match at Malono's. Hoop Skirts at Malone's. Lidies' Ulsters L...

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

CAS Mil AiiC A. Tl dIkut utood in thecotton patch t lieuco all but him had Tl jilllt-ir; amltrc- flew In circle round hi !- Yet fiicV. an.l l)lrk ho atood A Ihhii o rul tlo ntnrm A nijrar of tLo lilnckeitt blood A roujjh uDKuily form. The mule kicked on-ho would uot go Wiihuut bU iiittufr'n word: Tb niuHtcr m the ru luid low Ilia oico uo 1ouk r li:rd. lie enlVd I"'d : ' y nittH nay MuB'Ili'tdwmiileKu?' The maU)r tierublod an ; Aud tho niKT hollered 'W boa! "mwIc iiiMna!" onco again bo cried: IT 1 may vet be cone?" . Naubtbiit tho wbi.tli'iR hooft replied Artaft the mule kitko.l on Upon bin brow bo feltthuir breath And iuhin kinky hair ilo looked from that louepont of death Jnatill yctbrate. doair. Ho nhouted but onco more aloud: 'My Kolly mu I aUyr While o'er biru font a duittv cloud In billow made it way. It bid tho ntetfir from our view And iili'id bin nbiny eyo And row abovo tho cottou. too Like clouda acroaa the kv There camo at lat one rnonktrouii kick The niifer where way he? ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 8 June 1882

A DICK FAITOUV. n.. o( tUi rurloltlM of fit Krnrlro-Ijii-y 1)0. from tba San Fruiiitco Chruiilclu "Ob wy; look at all those funny lit tie Jucka in there!" exclaiinod a youug lady looking over the renea into a large .nmirt of ground surrouuding a dilapi dated three story brick structure at the of Kiehteouth and Folsoni streets. The words foil bo sweetly ou the ear it a Chronicle reporter who was nnuiDfir and heard them also took a eeo. Tho most prominent thing in the crouuds was the crumbliug ' old building formerly occupied by tho Pa .irtfl Woolen Mills while on tho west ern eiie of tho bnildiug probably ten foot below the street were ranged a number of lathed pens resembling chicken coops. 1 rom tnese little doors led into tho lower floor of tho building and out of the grounds. Through these gateways in and out of the pens and from an artificial pond marched an endless procession of little ducks keep- ing time by ottering a squeaky "quack quack quack." After admiring tho sporting a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 8 June 1882

jm:i:in am wokis. BtSBBl WI.eti e'er a not U d"l U wriiuM When- o'rr U i-ki noM thought Our hearts In ..lad surprise To lllif levels rle. Il.mnr lo those whoso r d'1! Thus help u In our daily t.eed And by ttiolr overflow Kalse us Irani bt It low ."ii' AT P. It iniiit:t(n IOiu-h X. Y. From t') cl' ii)''liii to my v liinlth uii'l rw-nt a mjv.ti I fi ltu Wfiikiu'h in I'vmy jMirt of wri:i : (ittlirit htnin. lio.lv. M.V l-M:ou ix.h i.iu.v my my .i i vcrf Im-iiiiho nil hum run .; nut tlo itiu iripf-r li.-m-lit ItiMiti'n lil l'bil'? oiilhn roconiiuon.liitiou nf a lrotlior iniiilcKT I tri .1 Hrnwu'H Iron Hilt. r. It i uiff mo fed Iiottor and htrouner than I cvt r Loforo Mt ": I wan a "" If wo but knew the Bccret Borrows which other hearts endure wo wouW mako allowance for miiny of their tweming inconsistencies and pity rather thitn condemn. The Kimpl-st and best rulutor of the l.iH.rdi.red Liver in tho world are Car ern I.ittl.) Livrr rill They jrive prompt ro- .fm nick lund-ic-ho dizzincHM...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 15 June 1882

an Marcos Free Pre1 J.H.JULIAN "Provo All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR. VOL. XI. . SAN MARCOS HAYS' COUNTY TEX AS -THURSDAY JUNE 15 1882. NO. 29. s SSo Free Press. " rubllfthed Every Thursday By ISAAC H. JULIAN To whom all Letters should be Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. xatks or si'sca rp nox. flns year. In advance J " in months I" ... mullthH 10 Ul v SA TES Or AD VSJt TfSrXG . One squsre. one ln-rt)on )1 UO; each addition 1 lwrtioo under one month. 60 eenu oer square. 1 mo. 3 won. moi. H mo 1 square. 1 " S " ; colm. ' " t.60 5.00 s.or 7.00 1300 SO. 00 6.00 T.no 9.ao 10.00 20.00 36.00 t .00 10.00 13.00 40.00 30.00 5ooo $ 10.00 16 00 SO. 00 30.00 6C.O0 70.00 Business Cards one inch or less one yer 8 00 Csrds in Ruslnese Directory one year 2 00 legal end Transient Advertisements will be charged One Dollar per square for the Brut In- sertion and Fifty Cent per square for run add! tionsl Insertion. A square Is the space of one Inch. Fractional squares will ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 15 June 1882

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. X H. JULIAN Publiahar. BAN MARCOS TEXAS TEXAS TOPICS. Texas grass tteen are soiling in Chicaco market .as wgu i tha itichAnt fioure per uuuuiwi o-- - y reached for that clans of beef cattle. There are more cattle on the trail this 'year than usual. One hundred and twenty thousand have passed Belle Plain in Callahan county .already. The cattle too are looking unsualiy well. The $50 medal offered by tho Tem- perance Council of Ouarlottsville Vir- ginia for the best debater at the Uni- versity of Virginia has been awarded to George A. Crutchfield of Dallas Texas. There were shipped from Denison for the week ending Sunday evening May 28 8788 boxes of peaches alone mftkinff an average of 1255 per day of vh hnnfc 700 boxes went south. On the shinment was 2059 SJ UUUHJ boxes. krann tlm rountv seat of Jones county is rather prominently located on a ridge near the center oi tnecoun- thn hfind of Iiedmud creek sur rounded by as find looking land as we have seen in Texas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 15 June 1882

XSJX J. JUCjA Vails ilXAi DEATH IN LIFE 4 SUriHif Mor of HtM .alisatUa-Othtr (HI Or m "-- ---"- Boston. Herald. Tbero 1 T "trno torr report J from Ew ttobton. 1 On Friday the l"th iusl. inert uiou n. mo resilience o? Amos - K. Lorejoj 157 Webster street a young ladj named Iluttio O. Craig lacking a few day. only of being 21 years of age Her 'death waa pre- ceded by a sickness of Learly a year ' and the disease of which sbe died was clearly of a consumptive nature. Pre- vious to bor prostration she visited come friends at Tioonderoga N. Y. nd while there it is believed that her blood became poisoned by somo means or other and oonsomtion ensued beforo the primary causo was ' discovered or romoved. The deceased was a most estimable young lady in every respect and was an active member of tho Hun-day-school of the Warren Avenue Bap- tint Church of which Rev. O. I Oif- ford is pastor. Many of the -circumstances following the death and preced- ing the burial of the young lady are of a pecu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 15 June 1882

t I !v: !! !;! f! ;'r if 1 1 I t . . ' j f t ! 11 1 vt 'a Free Press. ISAAC II. JULIAN Editor. BAN MA.ROOS TB3CAJB. THURSDAY. JUXE 15 WJ. I LMTXKID AT TBI POUT OrriCC AT DAN MABOOS THAI ASHtCOND CLASS MATTEH. j THE PROPRIETOR CONTROLS ALL ADVERTISING IN THIS PAPER ON THE INSIDE AS WELL AS THE OUTSIDE PA6ES. Announcements of Candiditse. far Congress. W. are eothoriiert to announce HON. WELLS THOMPSON of Color. dii cuuntv. aa a candidate for Uoiiireas from the ' Klfthtu PUtrlct. subject lo the action ef the lleoio eratlc Cougreialonal Convention. For TrHrr. TO THE YOTKR8 OP HAYS COCSTT t Wa an anthnrlrf lo annnurire that W.P.IRION. U candidate for the office of in bin place and we hear it remarked Tieaaurer ot Hays eoouty Fr Ae.ea.or. We are aalborlred to announce R. S. FORTbON . ndi date fur re-election to tba oBtce of Alienor of Have Count. am . - 1 1 . J . . I ... r -m iltm it.m. f A. F. BRIDGES."' Wimberljr as acaudidate Iwt tUe utile of Amc.Kor of Hay Co. L A TJEJX K W S ITEMS. C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 15 June 1882

P5 5 PS 0 n n ft 0 35 I 0 rH I i H. j 0 Q 0 a i i 0 o o O M Hp 0 Free Press. 'THURSDAY. JUNE 16 m. Mtrft CMtr.ll Ait A4wUilU tt!l TIME TABLE. sISANTONI0 DIVISION? flOUKD 80UT11. Sail. sxrnasa ...- .U P. M 7.-30 A.M. i .v. wo :i7 ;eMARooa...T' m BOUND KOHTH. .-. 10 So A.M. .... :OPM. o:ou "- 41 " K4.:::.v.'.v.v:. ft MARCOS... 8:U Hunter. " Kew BmuiifeU.....7. " g.o Antonio ' 6:8o i t " v.... s.VS 4 US " St'irf ............. v. 1.45 " HOME NEWS. Printer Wanted. I ycnlh f old m. of iteady babl wno tt a 0od compositor and witling lo work for moderate wiirei eau Hitd permanent situation by making 4PUlicatlunaUblofllcc. Wixrso Sdiae threshed oate at this of- lice. Watermelons Lave appeared oa our ntrccts. To arrive Carload of ftrsl-cks Flour at HiNzra's Tub York's Creek Brass Band made the nmsio for the celebration on Tuesday. It was first rate Corload of corn Just received at" Hinzie's. There was a ball on Monday as well as Tuesday night. There -will be no services at the Baptist church ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 15 June 1882

THE WATER-LILIES I nuiae alone. M the twilitjbt falla Over the gray old caili wal'a Where a aVy lake through th lay boura CiUply mirror tb time-worn lower ; And acarca a wbin)r roatlea the aedK Or ripple liana to tlw watr oJtfe Aa far anl.wile on the tidoltue atream The matted waUr lilioe dreatu. I elood. in the quint ewn'-fall. Where in th anciunt ianqui hall Over the hearth ia a panel placed Ily aome old Florentine chine! obaaau ' Hhowing ft alender graceful child In the tlowinif robea o( wood-njmpu wlM IJcndinu oer tbo wary flood Aa tbo atoopa to gather a lily bud. In worda aa quaint aa the earring old An aed damo the atory told How an Earl'a daughter long ago A atranoe. palo child with a brow or anow Had loTcd and loat her life for the aake Of the lilies that grew in hor father a lake Holding them ever her favorite flower; Till once in the buah of a twilight hour vu.t.nn .minn timm. nut in the atream. Whero the naaaionleaa bloMoma nod and dream Thev found her lyiuR wuue ana w-au...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 15 June 1882

1)0 DUES OF THE DAT. - irki br whir Fooli Their rw ' Ar farted. .nt wagon-tongue man has 1 t.i things pretty much hia ben " n the Missouri farmers. X i of senteel appearance and plt-aa- iD? iSnS! wd during hi- talk with the rb EVbim know what a big busi- 1 he ia doing with a certain wagon- ne8lA natect. He is on hi way home ha may ot be back in that d LI farmer can have the right county for $250. If the farmer l 1 1 wa"nt it he may just write. In b.0U!J!r.fl. the swinier'a confederate xewu-j- - tTa haa learned that ffiarmer hw the right of the county 1A a lUllig WUB v. "1 made a uib j . . fe f thaoountT ha wants to uj . r j ? lnn He pays $10 down to bind ?! Kiwrain. The former at once writes Tno 1. Bending bis note for 250. Ho never bears of either of the men again tat his noto comes up for collection m . neighboring towr. aU I the Bnme. A Philadelphia visitor in San Fran- co was walking along a quiet street of residences about two weeks ago when he observed a seedy-looking Tonth st...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 15 June 1882

Fames. Abbfjr. Tim w1.trt of th eurlowwl Hum sra ait. uii lu LaicJir KugLiud uesr Harrow iu.Funw. And sr) the inot iiihshIto stid inlrfHtiiiK nnii I er sw. Ths wall are II IWt thick ud ths roof oriffins'ly wm iti.i..rtMl liy two row of mawaive pillar nuil tUs tsiitii-e from eut to wwt it UiK) feet nn an t.tnte LHiluniina to tho liVe f Devoiwhirc. who wjly uMt to watch it no that n lio buntrs may uol iimirs it It wm founded in 122. m the 10 country when it wm (aloug with iumiiv theni) dmiiolihhwl iu ths time of the rrfoniitttiou. The LuildinR pronud and Kur.lou tKxupiod a ajmee of C'i wren. It U l.ut li wile from the tAnoAnhire cotwtj. I wandrr'd o'r lu mini gran d e'wl piltln a far sf land niuaa ellii.a li rumbllae walli 1 1. ivy graeo climbs or all ; NtUarank and thorny briar Km a-antly Ibo In allanl chair L-r once wae beard tba aongofipralae .-g by MonM in olden days. Mi.viuu cbaiil and muale aw-et :t :b Incenae lamp and aandallad faet I bell up nigh In iual lower la.ed fonb lb Mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 22 June 1882

an Marcos Free Pre I. H. JULIAN "Prove All Things i Hold Fast that which. Is Cood." PROPRIETOR. VOL. XL SAN MARCOS HAYS COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 22 1882. NO. 30. Free Press. ' published Every Thursday By ISAAC II. JULIAN To whom ull Letters should be Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. jim OF SVBSGRlPTloy. one year in advance Six month Thru montba " fi oo 1 58 76 HATXS Or ADVERTISING. - oi.a In.erflnn .! 0U: each addition 1 innertion under oue month. 60 eente per square. 1 mo. 8 moii. 8 mot. li mos Square-. k. j " ' " X coltn ft 1.60 5.00 fi.or T.OO IS 00 20.00 ft 5.00 7.00 9.00 10.00 20 00 35.00 ft fl.00 10.00 13.00 30.00 30.00 RJ CO ft 10.00 15 00 30.00 30.00 6C.00 70.00 Business Card" oneiDch or lens one rear 8 00 Card lu Business Directory one year $3 00 Legal and Transient Advertisement! will be clisried One Dollar per square for the Urn! in- sertion and Fifty Oeuts per square for each addl- lional insertion. A aquare (a the apace of one Inch. Fractional squares will be cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 22 June 1882

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. X. XL JULIAN Publisher. BAN MARCOS TEXAS TEXAS TOHCS. The summer normal schools will all open Jalj Cth and closo on the 10th August. The commissioner of tho land of- fice Las approved tbo valuation of the pine lands and they aro now on the market. On the evoning of the 8th of Juno terrible rain hail and wind storm vis- ited Laredo unroofing and blowing down several houses and killing one man. At tho Woolgrowers' convention held at San Antonio tho first week in June reports were submitted showing the amount of the clip this spring to bo about 30000000 pounds in this state. ' itichard King known all over Tex- as and the west as "The Cattle King" is a small swarthy Irishman with a limping gait. His lameness is due to the careless way in which a broken leg was set. His flocks of sheep and gouts his herds of cattle and his troops of horses and mules aro estimated at 500- 000 head in all. His ranch the Santa Gertrudes is seventy-five miles in length and includes nea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 22 June 1882

How Axes are Made. Tito materials used in the production axes are iron eieei coai borax winJatouea emerj and glue. Form erlT foreign ruaierui exclusively was nsed but now everything is American except tho grindstones and the mate rial of which the emery is made. Let m follow a piece of rough iron through the various processes until it emerges a nnelj-poiieuuu mao. First bar iron two and three-quarters l)T three-qutrters ei an men is placed between largo sne&rs ann junnea up into proper lengtns. iacn piece is called nattern. two of which are worked tether. One lies in the furnace heat iug while the other is worked by the forger. The pattern at white heat is taken to a trip hammer furnished with sustable dies where the ends are drawn and placed so that wnen Drought to cither the eye is formed a Bection in the middle being left to form the head of the axe. The pattern being drawn is now turned so a? to bring the ends together a slug being piacea between the ends to give greater thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 22 June 1882

I 1 Free Press. ISAAC H. JULIA1T - Editor. BAN MAKOOa TBXAS. TJICItSDAY. JfSK 2J 1KM. I KNTKHKU AT THE I'OHT OKI HT. AT HAM MARCOS TBIAH ASHf OMl 1 J.Ann juiiu.j THE PROPfllETOH CONTROLS ALL ADVERTISING IN THIS PAPER ON THE I.VSIUl S Wtll THE OUTSIDE PAGES. Announcements of Candidatse for C'on(jre. W art euthorliH le annmwea Unv. WELLS THOMPSON of Colora i i. . r.niiiilai fur Coiiitrei from lb KlRhib PUtricU ol.J"cl to tbo action af Iba iHtmo craile Codi rrtloal Convention. for Treasurer. TO THE V0TKR9 OP BATS COUBTT I 'Ve art atilljorUH to annonnr thai w p. IRION. ! candidal for Iba oBloa of Tieanurer ol Ujt county For Aaaeooor. We arc aulhorlied to announce R. S. rORTSON "' j. i. i.. . union to tha offlca of Alienor of Hiji County w. authnrltad to anooonc tb nam A. F. BRIDOESiOf Wiwbarly at candidate tor tlia nfflca of Aiuuor of liar Co. of L ATE NEWS ITEMS Throckmorton has accepted ft call to be a candidate for Congress in his district. Tlia number of candidate" now out in Tevw w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 22 June 1882

n 55 PS 0 0 0 32 0 k . r H 4 0 0 IB 0 to u CD & 8 0 ft b 0 0 Free Press. vtAHOOa THXAB xnuifsnxy. june 22. w. rii t zMK Cwirtll All tt HmUiUcU Oil TIM 13 TABLE. Itoiiinil u-f fait Mm Mrci jTANXONIO DIVISION: nnrixn SOUTH. Alt. IfllU T.SOA.M. :1T ' Allien........ tiincH.tca .... Oupree . ot P. H... ... " ... uos " .... .-. 8 Si " D.ilO 9:40 10.MI8 10 45 " ....v. lt: P. U. K VI" ..7:-'rt " .. 7 43 " ...MB " Brscof'le.. 40 nioiw..i BOUND KOttTH. start. . xrM 10S5 A.M. 6:40 P.M. . :57 " 6:R0 " .. 44 " 6;5 ..t.u " 4:43 .. 8:35 " 423 ..8.14 " 4 02 " ..7:43 8:2s ...6.10 1.45 " A null" Xsiiruaca )upre K'i MARCOS riuni'-r...... - pew r... 8n Antonio.... HOME 3STE"WS. VeM dull tiroes. T. weather continues hot' and dry. Daily S atesmnn on sale at 10 a. m. at San Marcos Book Store. Warner's Corsets all sizes at Johnson St Johnson's. Popular Monthly and Pleasant Hours at Sua Marcos Book Store. Ehrich's Suras&r Quarterly at San Marcos Book Store. Thirty new glass boxes have been added to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 22 June 1882

1UE LITTLE KOBE OF WIIITE. In a roMwood cralla a Lby lay: It. mother w.. amebic. tltoblnB away On a little robe of whiw; One foot on tb. rocki-r ahe hoped to keep Her frolicaniue baby ftIep I'q iiuib ber work tbat uubt. In ery -titch of tb. rment ibt wrouflil. That lovun moiner iaium .-v Hon for tbat little oue. . And .roiled on her ba by in hpM P'U'i A. it l.-pt in i c radio by i Till the robe of white waa done Then .he folded up the cambrio anl Loe And kUed the little one' chubby face Tbat .miled in ta infant glee ; Kha toaaed it up and down in the air -How VrVtty you'll look little babe when you wear ... That little new robe !" aaid abe. In a roacwood ooffin the baby lay; It mother bad wept the nuht away Watcbiug ita dywir breath; When it preaaed to bcr bo.om .be prayed to Herdar'linff baby from goian toaleep In the cold cold arme of Death They buriod the baby in the garment! ju.t WhoMery atitob held a hopeful thought From the loring mother'a aiKbt; On a marble atone abe wrote wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 22 June 1882

pfXiXITE DISCOVERED. - j.. ik Kloor of Uo ol4 C'hrUtUa Chows D. din BM of UlM. VirgUrTeultlr. D.llMlJeraU Juno 4. Yesterday morning a force under the nDervision of Captain W. C. Conner hilo clearing the old Christian church t the nortu eDl ' Q8tQ 8treet pre naratory to erecting a building for the Leadquartera of the Dallas Electrio Light company which has purchased tnit property come across. a lot of dy- namite and two bottles with glass stop- nera containing a fluid resembling in Jolor iodine which is believed to be nitro glycerine. Mr. Conner knew that the three large rolls ia brown paper weie dynamite and lifting them up and the two mysterious bottles with tender care he curried the articles of destruc- tion to the office of Chief of Police Ar- nold where they are now lying on the floor. They were inspeoted yesterday by a number of persons who were con- tent with only a glance for they dared not to touch them. The dynamite was trapped in brown paper and around all three of the ro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 22 June 1882

til IX. I tin mailt luting man Anil would tn 10 br PalOllmore or uni African Wb lonatare sweet atd tler Bui ua n from ill ptraou wot H III r n.ura bKl"i A id evermore will uutjrou lbrooh Tbt mudeof bUcbln ! heard steam wbutles briseu oi ft Aud b-IU of every tun I've beard lb shouts al maddened throngs . An.l li.rd ijifk" IT""" I I've heard female lecturer sneer A I wlrk-d men ti.d lu These are naunht for now I hear The wulo ef his chin. Carblo Attend Charch. The hccoiiJ part of Curlyle's pos- . r. - f T .' .. I. tuumous i;cmininccincen ui xrmu Journey" in the Juuo Century con- tains much comment on tho social an J religious life of the Irish. He describes a church service as follows: Church service; clean congrega- tion of 40; red-haired young Irish person who is very evidently "per- forming" the service. Decency eve- ry where poor little decent Church with the tombs round it and a tree or two shading it (on tho top of a high rough-green bunk with a brook at the bottom) : service he...

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