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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 13 July 1882

n S3 0 0 a 15 0 0 3 H p 0 4J H 0 0 0 0 p. 0) 0 d o a o ft 10 Ui H 0 Hi O Free Press. only jykHOOd, TEXAS. Viu-ilsn.vY. JC-ly ia. iHKa. "TffJBliw Ctll AivC'UUEJ IS till :77oguiu wiuiwfeUug,ifyou tf0uUkw much milk. rKw Gvuarj bird for sale. Enquire at ju Marcos lToolutore. w.hoi to proKentat the DuPre br Ju'ou Saturday, and to Uke ou many neir iubbcriberi. Srixspw Rm'm crops are reported in the Vortlu'rn States. tf advertisement of "The American Un ireS Cyclopedia," in another column. James aud Younger Brother, two diffor. eat authors, at this offl je. Fbeh eggs are in demand -there are quite too many of the other variety. Go to P. K. Turner Co.,' for your Cedar Tods and Barbed Wire fencing. Fob Balk-A portable Fruit Stand. In quire at this office. Tcbneb fc Co., have shipped fifteen car loeds of grain to date. L.Ds' Kid and Goat Shoes, splendid cooiK just receivod by ' Johnson & Johnson. Oca dolightfully cool breezy nights are all that wakes life worth living just now. Kirk's Toi...

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. — 13 July 1882

lurrr love. While tby t Ix fore the fire, .Nothing nr !'' lo deir Than to ut littl -lhT, I( ho could ; Au l Ma hcrt beat hitfh and higher, Ar U her lo ik grew thy nod ahyer, Whrn ho il!eJ 'P d1 ,,y ber An ho huiiM. Tiies ho vtnturH to inquire it b-T iUr, Jane Muriir, . ud her mother and her aire, Wi le uit well. .nd from time to time he'd eyo Ler, A thonb ho would liko to buy her, Au J hm bhfuln-" ' diro For a upc'.l. Then hi hunky threat crew drjer Whin ho told hor that tho 'Squire To bimu'lf would gladly tie her, If hIio would ; Might he K go ark hir iro t And he thoiint ho woiilJ expire Whcu she nai-', t hi donirc, That he could. had not tally realized what -he wm undertaking. Hut one and all made k Ufum9 f h wlmf inttvtrium of iws. ... ; np 1'neir minds to go, ana Help moug i coed be. Mrs. Tom mot them at th door with a bright smilo of welcome, took them up in her own room to lay niic'ti their thiegs thru down into the cheery little parlor, which never looked cbeeiicr and pretti...

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. — 13 July 1882

XIlEKEaMAMSIOTII. ' him-'1 J "u C.T.TZ Cave, Kv., June 20.-Tho test of all ves the "Mammoth," Kentucky, has received for inauy branch attontion from those trav Ci who have penchant for the -dark .J mysterious," and to enumerate the Nicies regarding its merits, mysteries n J beauties would be impossible. Few !oule kuow that within three miles of p. Srmnth. down in a deep and taO ill i , . well-wooded hollow in the midst of a corn field, lies a gloomy auu : i,nifl. sav about five feet high IndBix or seven wide. An ice-cold iTreamof water dashes down the rocky eido of the sint, aua iuruw Boroy over the entrance of the cave, rendering the gloom still more impene trable and forbiding. AN INVESTIOATIKO COMMITTEE. One bright morning not long ago our party, consisting of three, all from " pittsburg, conceived the idea of explor ing this almost unknown cave, and for this purpose we procured six lanterns, in shape most unique, if not pleasing. articles were supple mented by a most tempting lu...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 13 July 1882

IYrsoiuN. '"in (I'.nvor U bi- k.from Mittouri. Jin. Wijien, of Lhno, U viiitin bcr. Mij. Hinzlj wiw h tou yesterday. ' ! r. C.Huhn imd f t:ni!y havo rutur:rJ frou ixir.r;ori to U!.im, t-tu. (iij.f. Joins rind family, are now occu t.yiin; ill-art of Mr. Hnrvr-y'as homo. JudK Walter wyii that oat and wheat ,irv ouly about half a crop. poHtrafcstor Ifonton hm itf"n ory Hick for wvr.il d.y ; ho In better now. Tito MWes Zively, wo aro glad to torn, uro better. Our printer Moral. Mr. SkMtori. ht Inst a ''t'' by tho burning of Warnken'8 thresher. Mm. Coflicld Ixm gouo on a visit to Rock' diilo. Mr. Hnkla loft for a nojotirn in Virginia on y?Kterda) hi family accompanying mm ni fur as UuIvlmou. Mltui Sunih II. Mitchall. onn of the teft' ll tr or Kvln Summary, hiw returned to El- inliurg, Mo. It. Earnest, of Mitchell county. is hpre on a Tiwit. Ha Baya they have Lad plenty of rain there. Mr. Warnken mot with quite a misfortune h the burning of km throshing inicUine on Kiturdny. It caught fir...

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. — 20 July 1882

San Marcos Free Press, j.H.Jtfl-lAN, "Prove All Things i Hold Fast that which Is Good." PHOP1UETOH. VOL. XI. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1882. NO. 34 Free Press. I'ublWifd Every Thursday by ISAAC H. JULIAN, In trlium ull Lettors should bo Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. sa riv oFsiBscniPTJoy Oi.ryfer. lti advance IJ m mouths JJ .n,r. mouths RATto or A D VSR TlStXd . nur square, one Insertion ft 00; each addition ,1 innrtlou ntid er ooe month. 60 eeots per mmrt, 1 mo. 3 ruos. 6 nio. 1 mot square- i " U colm '. ' I " t 8 60 3.00 o.Of 7.00 1100 au.oo 4 fi.00 too 8.00 lo.oo 20.00 35.00 A.0 10.0A u.oo 10.00 80.00 At CO 10.00 15 00 30.00 30.00 6C.00 70.00 '...i...u.fi..ii una inch or lam. ona vear. SA 00 Card In Business Directory, one year, 93 00 tecsl anil Transient Aaveruiwuienis win oo flnrd One Dollar per square for the Brut In ...... ..j virtu I'oula nnr aauara for eacb audi. ilviial Insertion. A i.quare la the space or one Inch. Fractional square win ce...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 20 July 1882

SAN MARCOS FREE . PRESS. H. JULIAN, Publisher. BAN MARCOS, TEXAS TEXAS TOPICS. A breed of solid-hoofed pis 18 said to cxit in Texas. At Hearuo. on the night of the 24tb nit., two meu quarreled over a game of pool, and one was hbot and killed uy the other. A man named Schroeder suicided at Dallas last week, by taking lauda num and strajchuine. Cause, domes tic troubles. Farmersville is receiving grain at the rate of 7,000 bushels per day. One hundred and thirteen car loads of corn, wheat and oats have already been shipped. . Mr. Stockbridge, superintendent of construction, for the Southern Pacinc railway, expects to make connection with the Sunset railroad by October 1. Thtv are laying track at thereof two miles a day. Twn hrrttliBra livine near Fort Worth, had a quarrel over the rent of some land, resulting in tho fatal, shoot ing of one. The would-be murderer woo fianf.iirpd in Wuxahachio on last Suuday, a few days after the shooting Flatonia'jr: Mr. B.W. Cocke, a farmer living nea...

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. — 20 July 1882

LV J901. n l. new drink for peoplo to quaff .ill bo Jok,l, i whlob W8 CB Tb"' 1 ', K" InlWl. ' . will '" aosrP - Thumb a"d J ombo wiU ,,eeP ln torab To" luu",w n yxw. Tbe .auflowr w-U jjr will not be in bloom wilJa willbe found in dark garret room Tb9 eleotrlo lif bt wU turn night lata day ,rm not be thowrat naughty to go to the'play And wy h.bnd will bare hi. own way Tbewllbe 00000.8 down therein Maine j. Congre. J V PP'" Mr' Ulfa i . Tbow who J8111 not M Dy P8ia . Tberc'.a rumornnlloat that "the Chineio ran.t g In 1031. And that Mr. Ifanlon refuse, to row But tbe "drummer" and whale will continue to blow In 1001. There'll be aonie new converts to Darwin . .caUB la 1001. - . Each state will be wUn8 10 hB60 law. To watch our big country a whole world will m 1001. - -. The eirl. will like taffy. Oh, ju.t the same, And Gen. Grant will 'be known to fame In liWl. He'll die a third-termer in Liberty's name . in iwi. . jlary Walker, Esq.. will not pant for pramo There'll be notbinpr at al...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 20 July 1882

Free Press ISAAC It JULIAN, THURSDAY, JULY 20, Wi. ftWriBFO ATTHt P"T OfflCK AT MAfX TEXAS At COND "'J THE PROPRIETOR CONTROLS ALL ADVERTISING IN THIS HUH ON TNf INSIDE IS WELL AS THE OUrsiOC f ACES. Announcement of Oandidatse. Wl are lbf i U aneanr. wnw TAtffi P. MILLER. Oemelea 'C.unty, Meudld4torCncf'r,,,, K,lb,h Metric, subject W tl DemrmUo Congressional 'Convention-. We ere aaihrli4 U nnnnr HON. WELLS THOMPSON, of Color.. a Mnnif. km a candidal for Corrn from the KlrMh PMrfet. fttyect 10 ! ctloo of th Demo- rraile Coorees1onl Cawatlon. fll.trlct Fracatlnff Attorney W. are authnrlaed to nnoanoo J. M. BETHANY, ' A tin Coney, as randldale for Prooeeotlni iltoraay of tholoib Ju dicial Iristrfcr. l'r Trenrer. TO TAB VOtlCM Of HATS COtJNTT: We are aathnrif ed to announce JOHN II PATTERSOW.m a candidate fur re-election to tbe office of lreeorr of Hay County W are authorised to announce ROBERT M ALONE, ai a candidal for Treasurer of Haj Conny. Far A or. Wt are tn'borlrad to nnoonee R. ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 20 July 1882

w . IS Tlx Only 9b.ow in Texas Tlxis Summer Free Press. jlABOOB, TSXA. "THURSDAY. JULY 20. 1882, a tt J3W- "M " jjOMBNEWS. Plenty of ruin- biace-itei) re8 At Fromme'll Drag rla Store. Now' the right time to plant. mm and Clothing at lowest reduced flg- " ho. J. Dailei's. tire t Nrw line of ladiea collars and collarettes, jj Go to Lu. J. Dailcj'H for cheap Hats. y good assortment of Stetson'B Fine Hats. H p Johnson & Johnson's. Kick assortment of Laces at Johnson & Johnson's. b h Clothing cheap as the cheapest at Y Lu. J. Dailki's. u Jahes and Yonnger Brothers, two differ. eut authors, ai ww umue. Go io P. B. Turner Co., for your Cedar j posts and Barbed W re fencing. Old newspapers for wrapping purposes, 1 'cheap as dirt," at this office. D Ladikb' Kid and Goat Shoes, splendid goods, just received by Johnson & Johnson. p Nothing definite from the Galveston Con- vantion as we go to press. -"The Star" and "The Glen" Shirts J Te the best. Geo. T. Malonb, Sole At. . Kirk's T...

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 July 1882

TDICATION. t . nortk'i A4Jrr. Ibf4 slTi!", T. Jim sulk.' Tbo following extracts are made from the admirable address of Col. 0. N. HollingHworth delivered at Tyler, Juu Tl.n -.1 Jrewi is too lengthy to bo reproduced but it is a document worthy of perusal throughout: Tk. fmiL.leni of tie republic of Tex -af,,iir omnrehended tLe value and importance of universal education. Ilia torj furnishes ho instance where any government ever manifested more in troyt in behalf of popular education fcn did the fathers of the republic of Texas. Aud bo it suid to tbo credit of the sound statesmanship that. baa con trolled yje legislation of the republic aud the state from 183Gtothia date, the toka nolier inaugurated by the sires of '30 has been penitently aJhered to. Under the operation of this policy iex as to-day refers, with pride and grate ful memory of her heroic fathers and wise statesmen, to her educational en dowment represented by $3,500,000 cath common school fund $550,000 uni versity fund, ...

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. — 20 July 1882

OlEBA.rRECiriCE. ' Tlfl Temilaalloa of rita.urs Trip. AlU California. . r-Mav nteM terrible cUent oo irred near Feiton, Santa Cruz cpunty, 0na of tnoso mourna-n ruima 10 ina peril" it seems etranf that more "" - . . II .! 1 1 ..allors do DOl IfcUl TJCUBJN. A. COaCU jr.TrnbT ( horses aud containing twelve persons uesmo mo unver leu n,r ft precipice 200 feet high, three ladies ni one gentleman Wing almost Instantly killed, while some- of the thers are prouaoiy Miauj injured Tke names of the deceased, all from fiin Francisco, are George Scott, Eva Uujsey, Ida Cowdery ana ueua uiart AN ILL FATED FLEA8TJBE PARTY. a Uraa number of San Francisco oi)le are camping near to Fel ton which is near the Big Tree grove tnd seven miles ana . a nan irom tlie town of Santa Cruz. All want woll at ..nrnnntil Friday nignt. xnere was proposed a moonlight ride to Santa Cruz, where a dance, was to take place, but this was objected to 'by many of ii.. aa ffia mnnnkin rnni wna yie y i j , . " 4 known to be v...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 20 July 1882

rcrfton&i. Slim SLittJa Jleatou U vWUng relative, at I'unraall ir Pniiilr. fonurlr of tbi: nlace, U af fluted with caucer io one of hr earn. Ur. f!linoweth han 1J out at the vwt an J U Twiting Itia areuU here. Mr. Garlor, pram agfut &r Coup', peat hbo, iaadraiuuUd author of uoto. " Tho. J. Davi haa laM na under obliga- tioua bj a liberal preaent of pt-achea, lir TViler. luw removed to Llano. Ilia brother, tho dontint, octupiea hia pUoe. MImh. Rallie BUnfiold returned homo aome i In. a uiru frotn teaching in the lower touutry. roiniiiinHloiiMr Ilatiliff fkniml efficiently ii.l urnniuhlr an maiior of ooreotonio' at the Du Pre barbecae. Mr. and Ura. W. C. Mulliro. have gone to Hot Spring, Arlianaax, for the health of the loriner, wuoti buuutujjj """"" Miaa Cora Baldwin la temporarily con ducting a department In tho Normal School at Iluuunlle. At Anutin nn Monday we atooped at our rvoritA boDM the Carrolltoa. which we again commend to our reader. Mr. Hell returned on Friday last...

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 July 1882

J X . San Marcos Free Prs FHO&HIETOR. I. JI. JULIAN, "Prove All Things f Hold Fast that which is Cood." VOL. XI. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1882. NO. 35, So Free Press. rublltihwl EiJ Thursday by ISAAC B. JULIAN, U whom all Letters should bo Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. RA TES OFSl'BSCMPTlOy. ,x month i Tbrr mouths RATES Or AD VERTISIKG. nut quare. one Insertion $1 00; each addition, tl Insertion under ona mouth. CO centa per ar.uara. 1 mo. 3 moii. 8 mo. 18 uio 1 Square I " J " I.- el ft 3.60 S.00 s.or 7.00 13.00 30.00 I 5.00 7.00 t.00 10.00 20.00 35.00 6.00 10.00 13.00 30.00 90.00 BO CO ft 10.00 1500 30.00 30.00 5C.00 7C.00 ... 1 ButloeifCarda, one inch or leaa, ona year, 8 00 r.rds In Business Dlrettory. one year, i 00 lal and Transient Advertisement will be fbarrad One Dollar per aquare for the first In sertion, and Fifty Centa per aquare for each aridl. llonsl Insertion. A aquare la the apaoe of one Inch. Fractional aquarea will be counted aa...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 27 July 1882

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. X. n. JULIAN, Pnbllahar. SAN MARCOS, - TEXAS TEXAS TOriCS. Ninety-five thousand dollars were paid into the State Treasury on tbo 7th of July. . The law reducing passenger fre on Texas ;ailroad$ will, go into effect Aug Cth. ' The Fort Worth and Denver rail road is completed to HenrietU, and it is expected that 30,000 bead of cattle will .be shipped from that place this season. A whirlwind phenomenon occurred "the other day in Buffalo Gap, as fol lows: a lady was sitting in her eastern door with her children on last Monday afternoon, looking out over town, when she becamo conscious of a rushing com motion in the near atmosphere, almost immediately a whirlwind came down upon the ground liko a shot, with a noibe as loud as a gun and after moving along tho ground a short space rose and disappeared, whilo on the ground it lit erally swept it clean of everything. The day was clear and warm. Acting Comptroller Sneed esti mates the available revenue forthesup- f,AA Rn...

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 July 1882

117767 ONE? 0 ot wSllt bM W wlth ln""elou ,,ar- riwli soli m it fool- 'or tb. spirit la.d i,Un. which OMf Rut OH"- ffOI .laud by tha other', coffin pier. And look and weep, ffbile tbow marble lipa atrange alienee keop- pwliDg. which oneT On of ua, dear But one By ,n open grave wUl drop a tear, And homeward go, Tb. aoguuh of an unahared grief to know Darling, whioh one? Oneofna, darling, it must be, It may be you will alip from me; Or perhapa my life may firat be done ; jB glad we do not know Which one. TRAINING A HUSBAND. Bo you want ter know how I came ter hev Caleb, when I knew jest heow he used Nancy, hisfiraj wife. Wall, I'll tell yon all about it. Yoa know Danl left me pretty poorly cff. I bed two little children, an' what ter dew I didn't know. The mortgage was ter run eout in about a year an' a half arter he died. I'd Bent the child ren down to brother Jean's ter go to school. Brother John wanted me to give them ter him, an' he'd do well by 'em, an' I was meditating on it, or...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 27 July 1882

Free Press. ISAAC 2. JULIAIT, Editor, EfTlM" lwI.Ft0O3, TEXAS. THURSDAY. JULY 27. ISM. I KM AT TIIX POST omd AT BAN MABCOH THF PflfiPAlf TOR CONTROLS ALL ADVERTISING IN THIS PPR ON THE WIDE AS WELL AS THE OUTSIDE PACES. Announcements of Candidatse. Toir Congrem We r authorized l annnuuce HON. JAMES F. MILLER, of Oon.al. Count, candidal for Couro4 iruin toe nigam triatrial, auhlect to the Dem-Mi ratio loufreeaiouai Convention! Wo arc eathorlted to announce HON. WELLS THOMPSON, of Colore- A,. w.iii.e met aft tlld idtta for CooKreii from the Highlit ninlrlet. aulject to the actlup af tba Demo- cratle Cmrreloual Convention. Dlatrlct l'rerulinir Attorney. W are authorised to announce J. M. BETHANY, of Au.tln County, aa a candidal for Pro.ecullni Attorney of tha J5tn ju dicial DUtrict. For Treaaurcr. TO THE V0TKK8 OK II AYS COUNTT: We are authorized In announce JOHN H PATTERSON, candidal for re-election to tba olllce of Treanurer of Haye County. We are authorized to announce ROBERT MALONE...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 27 July 1882

J p 31 0 S 0) 0 V 43 in 2 H d 3 o 0 ti 7 c p Free Press. MAROOa, TSXAI. ; ' 'THUIIUYOLY 27. 1882. .iSw 'fci"UiAdwUik U -U r7' " TIME T AHUB. jfhd Mora Riilraai SJNTONIO DIVISION: MAIL. ..MX V. X ...B.W " .6 0 " . ..6.4T " ,..7:W " .. T.4S " 7.SH4.M. tiln Mclir t)opr llBnier .. N BraunMe. . A.tloulo.. n:n a.yt " .a " 0:40 W;lia JO 45 li:S9 P. 11. ..8:18 " .10:00 " BOUND KOBTU. MAIL. RXMMi, 10SS A. II llaiielitc Impreo B:60 ... 9.44 6;35 4:45 " 4.13 4 03 " S:a 1.45 SLs MARCOS Hunt" p,w lirauufeU. d.ii Antonio.. .... ... 8 35 ...8.14 ...743 ....6.10 HOME NEWS. Camp-mmtihg begins to-day. H.4U8, a choice lot at Hinzizs. Peaches are becoming plenty, but are still rather high. The future, boom at this place is begin jng to be believed in at last. DtiLsr & Bbo. are doing a better business than they did a year ago. One-half gallon preserve stone jars at Dailey & Ero.' on the corner. -jaujoD oifl no 8.(og foQ. eqi 8 psAtaooi yraf.tvpp dooH JOilail Cookino stoves, a nice assortment che...

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. — 27 July 1882

".,..,l...w,r1tou.naDd. The following 1UI r f gret general- noae nperir picity w eMiUtrd ia early manhood.was compiled by tue lata Brevet Major-General Emory Up Philip of Macedon amended tbe throne at Ueuty-two, wa tLe conqier 6r of Creece at forty-live, and dieJ at forty-seven. Alexander the Great defeated the celebrated Theban band at Choronea before arriving at the age of eighteen, ascended the throne at twenty, had conquered the world at twenty-Eve, and died at thirty-two. Julius Osar commanded a fleet be fore Mitylene and distinguished himself before tbe ago of twenty-two; complet ed his first war in Spain and was mad consul before the age ef forty; con quered Gaul, twice crossed the llhine, and twico invaded Britain before the age of forty-five; won the battle of Pharsalia hud obtianed supreme power at fifty-two. He died at fifty-sir, the victor of five hundred battles and the conqueror of one thousand cities. Hannibal was made commandcr-in hifi nt th n fiiirthacenian army in ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 27 July 1882

A MUSTER'S STORT. w KiorWOti r with Om Shot. ganU to !.M.,) Ppr. Oa Sunday 18! 008 ' tte m0Bt CQri" oui adventures took place near the up Mr wators of the Pecos river that has been related. Aa the story waa told by the hero of It himself, who ia recently from Chicago; and withal a Bjodest an,.it may be believed impli citly; and it ia illustrative of how, by combined bravely, coolness and marks manship, two birds may sometimes be killed with one stone. Mr. n. J. Shel don the author of the story, left his camp at Cooper City on the Pecos, last Saturday afternoon in search of game, In order, as he himself expressed it, in the language of the board of trade, to cover his shorts in the line of fresh meats, and especially .induced thereto by the fact that he had seven 1 times heard of an elk of enormous dimen sions having been recently seen a few miles up the river. As Mr. Sheldon was renowned throughout the camp for his skill with the rifle, much interest was manifested by the miners and...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 27 July 1882

t SCHOOL TIME, ftf .. TaTbOa. t V you bear tb scholar tkrvmnli? Btablt-btilo Juael AlltUt Ittvtt .oftthtr Ibaablog, ftlogtrt bunting for tun f Miller msodiof peat sod bumming Boonit Doc a ? Peqadlog (Kates ara lb Humboldlt mill, Chanting tlow la common Unit Broken China's rugged rbjm ; "Ttnr, lt ktng-Ho-ang-ho " Heavenly rlrtri. How they flow ! Writing clait with beads one way , , And loogatt til eat for holiday I .),' Hark to tbt goose-quill's spattering grate, tUiplog llkt tn awkward skate, Swinging around Id mighty B', Lasy Z'( tod ersty Z' I J era's a scholar louklng solemn, niuaien ap aorooked columo Mm' own Ittlle tower, Done la date la half an bour. fignrtaplled in a mighty turn, lie welt bit (lngir and down they come! .; Aproned urchin, aged Ave, f . Youngest In the liunmlng blve, "tsudlng by the metier' knee. Call tbe roll of A. B.C. frightened balr til blown aboat, Puttered lip la half a pout. Knuckle boring out au ejre, flaying "1" and thinking "pie," Feeling for a tpeckl...

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