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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 29 June 1882

San Marcos Free resSo I.H.JULIAN "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PilOPlUETOH. V 0 L. XI. SAN MARCOS HAYS COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 29 188 2. NO. 31. Free Press. Published Every Thursday IIj ISAAC II. JULIAN I'd whom all Letters should be Addressed. t OFFICE Last Side of Plaza. XATJU orscjtscsiPTioy. 100 MIX n-iuw- Three months i tfm Or ADYEDTISISO. n. aauara. oi.s Insertion 1 00: each addition ( insertion under out month. 60 eeute per square 1 wo. Sine.. 6 woe. 11 moe riau.re 1 1 60 i 8.00 S.OO $ 10.00 H 5.00 1 00 10.00 15 OU I ' s.or I B.oo n.00 10.00 ?- -lm 7.00 10.00 10.00 30.00 11.00 1 50.00 SO.OO RC.1.0 j 10.00 1 85.00 SJ CO 76.00 BualnessCsrds one inch sr lets one year 18 00 Card In Him new uireiiory. one year vu l.eisl and Trauslent Advertisement! will be rlisrired One Dollar per aquare (or the first in- aertlon. and Fifty Centa per squars for each addi. ilonal Inaerllou. A .quare la the apaee of one inh. Fractional aauarea will be counted aa full AlllMI. ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 29 June 1882

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. I. n. JULIAN Publiaber. BAN MARCOS TEXAS TEXAS TOIiCS. Three million more khad are to be placed in the rivera of Texaa. An appropriation of $75000 passed the Home Judo 12tb for a goTcrnment building at Dallas. The cotton crop of Texaa in 1852 aold for $3200000. That of 1870 brought 25331700 Hhowiug an increase of about a million per annum. Austin Statesman: Mr. Patterson of the firm of Iglehart & ratterson has thirteen acres planted in tomatoes. With the fuvorublo season he will gath- er an immense crop from his almost countless vines. Ilo has j ust received a car load of 35000 cans with which to prcsorvo bis fruit. A prospectus of the Kio Grande and Pecos Railway of date of Juno 1 1882 which sots forth the many advant ages and benefits to be derived from the construction of the proposed line along the valley of the Iiio Grande. In it Gen. W. T. Sherman by letter to its proBident Gov. A. O. Hunt states that he has "no hesitation in writing that a railroad ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 29 June 1882

THE M0DE1W BOXNET. -Or U it a bat f DomofStreWtltoIlmathat uj broadly conceived crown brim and bow It U irwd with a grandeur grand you kuow ; But somehow I hardly aoem mado on the plan Of tb grandc at kind of a grand j onng man And this perhaps ia why at the- play My thought from Hamlet or Lear will atray And why to the bonnet iu front I turn Vith "thoughts that breatho and word that burn." The modern bonnet ! ah who designed ThU torment of tormenta to those behind For women may weep and men may rage The bonnet shuts out both player and atage; And aoon with Ita artlcaa turna and jerka IU noda and dipa and feminine quirke jfakes the poor wretoh in the seat behind Who haa paid for hie place aa good aa blind. And still ita challenge appeara to be : Pooh for the play ! just look at me ! jly ostrioh plume eo long and handsome I worth in itself a young king's ransom. Two feet aoross and one foot high Is little enough for auoh aa I." Ob it spreads itself like a potentate I ' And yet do you...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 29 June 1882

Free Press. ISAAC E JULIAN - Editor. BAN MnOOS TKXA8. THURSDAY. JCXE 23 !88g. kntmbo at tii post orrios at am mahooh TZXA AM HKOONO CLAM MATTES. J THE PROPRIETOR CONTROLS ALL ADVERTISING IN THIS PIPER OH THE INSIOE U WELL IS THE OUTSIDE PACES. Announcements of Candidatse. Jlotw from Han Antonio. Ia puraiuuico of a plan for toine time con- tempUted we waut to 6au Antonio by tho Into trAin on Saturday to make noma new peraoual obnorvatioa in and Around tba jity. On Bnndiy tit ten a. in. we attended the celohration of hiih mass at St. Mary'n llonian Catholio Church. The pastor of thin church U Hot. Father Johnston from Wlaconnin wa believe but Hot. Father Oarotche a Jesuit niimiionary of fieguiu preached on this ocoanion. Wa ahall have to confoiw that author the ceremonies nor. tha aerniou were in the slightest degree im. pretwire or edifying to our mind but tha intwio was superb we never heard any finer. Aa a "free concert" of tha highest cbwa it is J. It Williamson's hack U on band a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 29 June 1882

A H to o !4 0" 0 a o 0 SI HI Free Press M.A ItOO3. TEXAS. THU tSP. r JUNE 29 1882. TIM 13 TABLE. itSiM d great Mem Railroad XlT ANTONIO DIVISION: BOC.ND SOUTH. MAIL. Asilln JUnchec nunrtt U 7:39 A.M. 8:17 ' 8:3i " S.JO :4l - ...5.60 . . .0 OS ...6.47 ...7:U0 ... 7 43 I llHt.ltfP ...8:18 .10:0a u ..10 48 ji Anlonlo.. 12:" P. V. BOUND SOUTH. bum.. sxraass Atl y.ncbac Itupre MS MARCOS. HuntT...... (. Hrmiitfel. .. J03S.V.U ... :S7 " ... 9.44 " 6:40 P. If. 8:80 6;38 4:45 " 4.83 4 03 " 8:28 1.45 " 9.04 " 8. 35 " .H.14 ..7:43 .6.10 Iiu Aiiibniu..- HOIVEB NEWS. The glorious 4 th comes on Tuesday next HfcK announcement of Robt. L. Malone as A Giudidate for County Treasurer. Caiiload 'of Bacon Hams and Lard Just received at Hinzee's. Oca bath-houses are now well patronized. The world can not show bathing facilities so flue. Genuino Singer Sewing iachines nee- dies oil and attachments. . J. W. Nance. We again insert our General Directory corrected to date. jomoa eqj no 'eiog AsnivQ . poAioo ....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 29 June 1882

" I 1 . I rti WalU'i PoUIIrd UUtt of How II ! UU ir-OMHrM Auutlala AO. w jivr lha rrtnLlla Jllur. 11 m llrrtlJ. Fret! Waite w)io a few mouths ago was a prisoner in tbe county juil here Ilia liarcm i) f tho theft of a valise from drummer named Brown at T?AAin a iinWtnon Couutr. and who A J I. v - was subsequently taken to Franklin the county seat it will be remembered by tbe readers of tbe Herald made bis escape Sunday one week ago by tilling Ed Wyser with a piece of iron. An account of his being recaptured by the ofllcora who traced bira with blood bounds has already been published in those columns. Since bis recapture and incarcernation he-has made a state ment or confession concerning the kill ing and escape though he was warned at the time be made it that it would be tiMAil acainst him as evidence on bis trial yet be persisted in making it say- ing it was tbe truth and that bo would make it if be bung for it. waite'b statement. The first attempt was to be made on Saturday at dinn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 29 June 1882

SUMMER NORMAL SCHOOLS. Pepautment of Education Austin TeXfjaHe 5 l8S2.-The State Board of Education to-day decided to locate a jammer normal sohool at each of the following places and also elected the following named teachers aa conductors or principals of said schools: galado-Professor R. W Pitman principal; board $12 to $15 per month Goliad Professor J. W. Clark prin- cipal; board $12 50 per month. Corsicana Professor A. B. Horn principal; board $U per month. Rockdale Professor J. M. Carlisle prinoipal; board $12 50 per month. Bonbam Professor W. A.' Banks prinoipal; board $10 to $16 per month. Thorp Springs Professor Smith Bagsdale principal; board $12 per month. Waco Professor H. T. Morton principal; board $10 to $12 per month. Gainesville Professor E. S. Joynes principal; board $12 per month. Henderson Professor J. M. Richard- son principal; board $12 per month. San Antonio Professor H. A. Gwyn principal; board $16 to $20 per month. Galveston Professor W. C. Rote principal; boa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 29 June 1882

t. 'I 1 1 : J i?. ii Hi GENERAL DIRECTORY. on i COiasaaSttaB) pilTMOTt Ilaa. Columbia I'uson of HiarceBiy. -11t iricri Hnit. W. H Burgess l Celda-sll Co. MrsssirTtTirss-41r Dtsrsicri lion. J.O.treyof HeysCo. litfB. M. K. rlngrllowof tsldwell C. tisraiof ttouar ISts) Pisraiof . Man. L. W. Itonra Presiding Judga. UOraoge. Ilioa. a. rranklto Attorney Marcos. tii or Noi.nma ooobt. lUs. Id Mondas m September. coui iirrmiM. rrf B Kons.Judfs County Court. i i i. ip.an.. I)it. and County Clerk. Jas. I). Biirlesoa V fulf- il B. Hose acting Coooty Attorney. H. K. Barb.r berln J. . . U.polT. C. W.Orootn.. JdstloaoMae Peeea . taid Lynch " John Richardson " " 5. 1 " I I " 4 J. H. Pattersoo Coonty TMtrf. K' . Porttun Assessor. Jie. C. Kve Hurveyor. Job b. Malooa CowT Precinct No. I. Peter Hobmldt " " J. K. Burleson " " . H. Manlove Conatabla. Tisms or molw Coorrr o PaBOmcT Cooa? Criminal County Court-lst Monday In oab "county Coarl for CWI and Probata baainess- 3 ! Monday la January Mareb. May Ju...

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

an Marcos Free Pre I.H.JUI-.IAN "Prove All Thing I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR. SAN MARCOS HAYS COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY JULY 6 1882. NO.. 32. SSo Free Press. " Published Erery Thnwdaj Bj ISAAC H. JULIAN f whom all Letters should be Addressed OFFICE East Side of Plaza. RATSS 0FSUS8CRTPTI0S'. Ant year III advance.. eeeeeeeseesT- vv I t 1 Tbr month 71 XATJCS Of A D rXR TISfA'G . Oof aquare. one Insertion $t 00; each addition tl laertln oier on w"t' 60 uU per xi""'' J I mo. 3 moil. 6 wot. H mnt 1 gquar 1 " S " coin . " 1 " 10.00 16 00 20.00 .10.00 Ml .00 76.00 Rnstnesa Cards one loch or left one year 00 Cards In Business Directory one jrr tl 00 I (gal end Trfnflent Advertisements will be cbsrged One Dollar per square for the Brst In- sertion end Fifty Cents per square for each addl- tlsna) Insertion. A square I. the spsce of one Inch. Fractional equares will be counted full '"('"aland Ttusluess Notices will be charged ten rents per line for the first insertion end eight cent...

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

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. 1 n. JULIAN Publisher. BAN MARCOS. TEXAS TEXAS TOPICS. Over one million pounds of wool Lave teen received at Abilene up to date. E. A. nitUon of Taylor county sheared 1450 head of sheep recently that averaged 141ft each. One of hu ramsBheared S711 and one ewe lOJlb He aold the entire clip for 21 centa per pound. Wheat is yielding 40 bushels to the acre in Taylor and contiguous counties. It isuaid that tho prairie dogs are be- coming bo destructive to corn and oats in that Bection that great aprrehensions are entertained as to tho result of their depredations. -Urmrmnn CouritT: Mr. J. W. Garner living five and a half miles from Sherman on the Pikt Point road eold Tuesday to Mr. Z. A. Morrow a pair of six year old Text raised mules -for $445. How does mas bu es a mule producing coentry? ; The Bale of the first shipment of 8000 bushels of Texas -wheat at auction on the Produce Exchange in New York ... ion. of S1.50 Der bushel will doubtless stimulate planters ano...

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

X RODDER'S STOItr. f frr r Bobbery nMr- Hob Slap ri-B1 yfitix beavy gjve. clanking in dull neUlio ring t each movement Henry tp Burton confeaaed murderer and ii robber aat woirily ou the bench !! g cell in the Central Station where hi was brought from the prison in De- troit last evening by United States Ifcrslial Mathews of Michigan Barton B6ver smoked a cigar or pipe or used tobacco in any other form or has he ever taken a drink of intoxicating li or. jia never swears and he saiU evening that the sound of an oatu cuts him like a knife. He -was lorn in Texas. "My father was a ranchman" laid he "his name was White and my right name is Samuel White. When I was thirteen years of age my father was shot by James Brown in a quarrel. It was when I was twenty-ono years of age that I met Brown for the first time. It was in a camp in Rockwall county Texas. I was told who he was. Step- ping in front of him I exclaimed 'You are my father's murderer' and before he had time to draw a pistol I sh...

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

Free Press. . ISAA3 U. JULIAN Editor. UAH MAFidCM TBXAB. T1IUKSDAV. JULY 8 ISM. I uiww at th H"r orrici AT aw juacoa ... . .. u.fewB 1 MrWRlfTOII CflllWlS -ALL JIOVERTISINO W THIJ PWl" ON m lsi wtu. THE WTtlDC HtU. Announcements of Oandidatse. Wm thnrtia I to nnnililO MOW. JAMES F. MILLER af Oom.w. Irtitrtei eeWeol le the DinartU Ceofreeeteua: 'C eerauiloa. We are lharltwl to aeneeinre UOX. WELLS THOtfrNX Colore. i aoaoty ae a aenaidate 'far Coafreae free. lk Jil(ktk Matrlet. eatyeel I lb aetlua f the Deiae- trails Coat reaelenel Coavaollea. District PrcatlN- YtiefrMer W era aatborit4 W iimmi J. U . BETHANY a earfdUete far fro. eavattog Atloroey el the 15ib JudlcUl DUtrlot. "rr Treeutfor. 10TBK TOTKRN OK H 478 COUNTT I We are eiitberlted la ailoounoe ROBERT 4 a.V.nifK. e candidate for Treasurer el Heye Cvaaiy. Fer Jteeee)r. We era aatborlied lo announce H 8. FORTfirON ee a aaedl. eU loc 'reflection to iba offloe of A neater of Haye County. aTa ara aotborltH to eouooooe Iba me A. F. ...

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

rV H f-rl n Li 0 a 0) 10 H 0 hi 0 Free Press. MAROOS TEXAh. fllUUSDAY. JULY tf. Mi. -"X'frtjriitw CttWU All tti AdwtliUf U Oil jtolld ijl tot Karto Mod sAli7 ANTONIO DIVISION BOl'KD JOUTU. all. ..Sltf f. M ...6.60 " SO " ..6.47 ..7:W .. 7 4.1 " ..H:ld .JOllW ' HOUND KOKTU. MAIL .10 36Jt.af ...... .9.1 lUMU . 7:30 A. . :17 til . .0 . M ' . .o:. .10 4 ft HJ9 P. Mioch Pel"" Hauler. ........ Uraunfel.. run . :40P.M . 6.M " . 6;3o . 4:44 . 4.83 . 4 01 . 3: .. 1.45 " MlNTlMCa r.oj " ... t.44 " ...1.04 " ... 8 85 " ...H.14 M ...:43 M ....0.10 HunliT...... fim llMUh'el. gee Antonio.. "Tikks are dull." Evkavbody is praying for min. Smjk Texas Sif tings Cigars. Q JJio show coming 1 See "ad." I scmiM 1 I stream ! ! Ice Cream. J Nw ooro in being shelled already. F Tobacco. 76 boxes jnst received Himziss. Business oabds at from $3 to per thousand at this office. v - r1 As abokdakce of Wahtermely ans" in M the market at living figures. "1 Ice CuiiM at Mrs. Alyea'a. next door to Fbee Pbebs Office....

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

s II! t . j i x ' ' i ' f i 1 : 4 ; i : i 5 . r t s - - I - i RECOMPENSE Tliewtbgif" u tieure four-fold for U that we k'i to 'ta l0n The car wo be.tow on tbe Jlnt comeii back io tba bud and tlio blowro. The un drawi tb ea to the iky O tillet aud ktraDKt of poweri And return to the bill and the meadow the KladneM of bountiful abowera. . The mother rftfain. ber lo.t youth io tbe beauty and youth of her daughter ; We are fed after many long daya by tbo bread tbat we cast on the watcra. Keer a Joy do we caune but we for tbat Joy are tbe gladder Necr a heart do we Rriere but we for tho grieving are aadder Never a Marnier o vile a tbe lips of tho will- ing reiicarer And oilmen though long loud aud deep come home to abide with tbo ouraer. He who doth givo of bin beat of that best ia tho ccrtainent uwr And be who withhold ttnda himself of his gaiuing the pitiful loser ... . The Howe ll'iul "are litre wh for the dead bloom fimt in the heart of tbo living . And thin ia tho trueHt of truths th...

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

1YIUT ELECTRICITY CAN DO. The present electrical era which re- ally began with the introduction of dy- namo machines as a source of electrical power in place of the costly and feeble ino cells seems destined to last until the winds and the tides shall furnish this power so cheaply that it will drive machinery plow the fields haul wood gndjdraw water and so will do man's bud work for him. The future value of electrricity is rated so high by clear beaded men of science that even so good a servant as steam has been to man sinks by comparison into insignificance. An article in Blackwood's Magazine sets the matter before the unBcientiflo reader in so interesting a shape that the foUowing passages are worth quot J ing: "Electricity has long been a subject which had little interest except lor the lovers of scientifio research. A gener- ation has not altogether passed away in which all industrial use of electricity ... nnknown. and the only practical '.munition of knowledge in regard to it ...

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

GENERAL DIRECTORY.. on inn.. coKosaasaua tru iiurmieri H.iu. Col u in but Upson t ftaxar count aanaTOS-ILyrKirrsicr; Hot W. n Burga.a of Caldwell Co. PKBMHTTIV ST1 lfllCT Mon. J.O. mroy.of HyCo. Hun. M. K. 8trln;lrllow of Cajdwell Co. HSTSIOT OO0T )6T plSVltO. Ha. L. W. Moors rrasldiflg Judge. Uflrsagt. Tito. 11. Franklin Attorney Hau Mareo. Tiaas or. smtnta) oeoae. a tit. 14 Monday la March and eplrobr. OOUhTI OJ0S4. i R. Kone Judge County Court. fd. J. L.Oreen MM. end Count Clerk I. Burlreoo Deraty. 3. B. Hoot will CouatJ Attorney. H. C. Barber Sheriff. J. B. Davis Uapnly C W.Mroom.. Jeailoeef lb Peaee rre. Job kiobardtoa J. II. Rowa. " 4m. no. i i H. Miirui Coaoty Trarer. K B. ferUun Aaor. J ix. C. Harveyor. Jobe I.. Malooe Cow'f fredast lie. 1. J.B.BatlllT. " " " Peter Bobmldt. " J. It. Burlesoa " K. H. Manlove Conetable.. Timki or holm no) Cowan P Pa'OT Coaafie- Cnmlaal Coail Caart lot Monday In easb moatb. CouatyCoert for CIU and Probata bulpes- 31 Monday la Jaueary Marsh. Mat...

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

San .Press- rcos j. II. JUU AN Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Good." PnOPIUETOlt. VOL. XI. SAN MARCOS HAYS COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY JULY 13 1882. . NO. 33. GG Free Press. I'ublislied Every Thursday by ISAAC H. JULIAN. To whom nil Letter hIiouKI bo Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. ' sa tes orscjisctirnox. a jw. ? ::::::::::.;;.:v;.:v.i S. at womb Tbrc mouths " SATES OF AD YE It TJSIXG. o. .gum one Insertion $1 00; each addition- .iVIrtion under one month. 60 cent oer square. MM"'- 1 mo. S moe. 6 moa. It mot i gquare I " 3 " i i; eolm S " I I ' S.60 3.00 B.Of 7.00 13 00 30.00 r..oo Mio 9.00 10.00 20.00 35.00 f A.OO 10.0(1 13.00 90.00 30.00 Bo CO $ 10.00 15 IK) 30.00 30.00 6C.00 7C.00 p.uine Cards one inch or leae one year 8 00 r.rds in Hutdoesa Directory one year i 00 liwl and Trsnnlent Advertlements will be cli.'rifd one Pollar per square for the lirid ln- rSn. and Fifty OenU per squsre for each add. "anal Insertion. A square In the .pace of one 'Inch. Fractional square...

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

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. X n. JULIAN mblkber. BAN MARCOS TEXAS TEXAS TOriCS. The State Democratic Convention will be coaled of M2 delegates. -The Texas Baptist State Conven- tion meets in Bolton the first week in October. -The Sabino Pa" a and Texas North- ern Railway La- force of 200 men engaged on the grading. -The Santa l'e gave in it road-bed to the Assessor ut $7000 a mile which the Board of Equalisation accepted. -The Gililaud boya will soon start 6 000 battle from Laird towards .New Mexico in search of fresh pasturage. -More than thirty car loads of ma- chinery were shipped from San Antonio Monday to the VilWdaaia mines m Mexico. Tho branch road o the Missouri Pacific to Belton is being graded with a vim and the iron wiU be put down at an early day. Two thousand and eighteen build- ings purmits have boon issued from the Mayor's office since the 1st of Novem- ber lbK.-GalvcUn EspresH. -Texas papers give gratifying ac- counts of the closingexercises o f schools througbt the State...

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

Ft ot An Anx0U8 In(Jurcr" Biooklyn Essie. . Do jou now me?" 48116(1 fttaU man. rttting t fi8t oa tLe mano8in8 edl- !). desk and grinning a grin of super i- . ! reckon you don't know onty. Who are you?" asked tbo editor vgrlT. Well. I thought you didn't know c xolaimed the tall man delighted- . "Now I'm going to tell you who I Look out now 1 Tho information is coming I I'm 'Anxious Inquirer who vritos puzzles for the paper I Got me now? Begin to edentify me? I'm the Anxious Inquirer;' that's me!" "Are you the mun who always wants to know whether we are drifting and when the Democratio party is going to make its organization impregnable by widening the Boeram place? Are you that man?" ye8 yesl" roared the tall man with a chuckle "and wants to know whether it's healthier to sleep on goose or tail feathers and why the President doesn't assert himself by breaking down the opposition faction and whother the moon is the direct offspring of the earth or tho sun. That's me I I'm that man ! Y...

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

sua tmMoiauum Free Press. ISAAC 2L JULIAN - axr maroos tf.xab. TliUUSDAY. JULY Vi 1 IMCKtn 4TTH rT omrfc AT HAS SIABCO TEXAS AsaW'OJtu cxa majihi.j 1 HE FAOPAICTOR CONTROLS ALL ADVERTISING IN THIS PAPER ON THE INSIDE IS WU.I AS THE OUTSIDE PAGES. Announcements of Candiditse. for Coitfrrsa. We are eolhwle. I. announce HON. JAMES T. MILLER Oomeiee Ueuuty ae eaudldaw lor Ouoijreae Iruni Ibt Eighth IHatrlet fuujeet U lb (toiujoratla t'ouKreaaiuual Couteutlos. We sr. authorlied to .onounc. TJrtM WPI.1.S THOMPSON of Color. u county. candidal for Coogreae from tbe r.lftblb IH.lrlcL subject to the .ctlua tf tbe Deniu. crane Cougreealonal Convejiilon. District Prosecuting Attorney We are .uiborlied to announce J. M. BETHANY of Aottlo County candidal for rVoecultog Attorney of tlit 15ili Ju- dicial bieirict. For Treasurer. TO THK VOTKKS OP HAYS COUNTT : We ate authotlied to announce JOHN H PATTERSON aa a candidal for i-clectiuu tt ilia ollic of Xreaaurer of llaye County. Wa are authorised to ...

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