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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 3 August 1882

J T San s Free Pre I.H.JULIAN, "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PKOPIUETOJi. VOL. XI. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST, 3, 1882. NO. 30. Marco Free Press. TiibiSsfaotl Every Thursday by ISAAC H. JULIAN, fu whom J1 Loiter ihould bo Addressed. OFFICE East Side of. Plaza. RATES OFSUBSCRIPTIOX. Oi.tyear.ln advance t 00 Six moults Three months ' 116 76 RATES Or AD VERTISIXG. 0na tquare. one insertion 00; eacb addition t Insertion oik! r op, nuilh. 60 cent, per r.nare. i Square: 8 " 3 " : colin A u i " 1 mo. I Smon, 6 nioi. li mo. t S.tO 3.00 O.Uf 7.00 1200 20.00 I fi.00 7.00 0.00 10.00 ;o.oo :&.oo fl.oo 10.00 ii.no 20.00 30.00 fill CO $ 10.00 16.00 20.00 80.00 6C.00 70.00 Business Cards, ona inch or lew, one jear, 8 00 Cards la Business Directory, one jear, 2 00 Legal end Transient adveiUsementa will be cbsrged One Dollar per square for the Oral In sertion, and Fifty Cent, per square for each addi tional Insertion. A square la th apace of one Inch. F...

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. — 3 August 1882

SAW MARCOS FREE PRESS, 1 n. JULIAN, Publisher. SAN MARCOS, TEXAS TEXAS TOl'ICS. iHtml.T .f rr and curious tish ell during n-ceiit rain-storm at Farm er Cit-, Tx. Ti.-y ar dirribd as bivn f.iii"Hvtiu 1VH protruding from M.'ir lV.di.-H. t" h'Rs f,,r"' inhnd Willi perfectly constructed t'8. The New Orleans aud Texas Tad tie ra lr.md bun completed its connec tion from tl.e Orewhteity to Sau Fran cisco. The ouly break is at Atcha falaya crossing, where the fhod bus retarded the building of tie bridges. The traint arc ferried acrosB the river. German carpM-eni perfectly adapt ed to tho climate of Texas. A Mr. Hoxie, formeljr Mayor of Chicago, and a large owuer of laud near tho San Ga bril liver, has s v.eral ponds upon his placH iu wh;ch in few years lie has rained iuiiumurublo of those excellent fish. The sauw gentleman has ponds in which he is experimenting with Cal ifornia salmon and uutive black bass. Colonel Ashbel Smith and Mujor Hardwuud, of the executive committee of the Miivertdt...

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. — 3 August 1882

THE BRA VE AT HOME. n wh0 blnd' bef ""to'" h vVith nil tht well her pain dissembles, he while beneath her drooping lash One starry teardrop hang and tremble. Though heaven alone reoords the tear, And Fame ahall never know her story, Hlir beart baa ahod a drop aa dear Ai ever dewed the field of glory. The wio who girds her husband's aword, Olid little onea who weep or wouder. And bravely apealca the cheering word, What though her beart be rent asunder Doomed nightly in her dreams to bear The bolts of war around him rattle, Hath shed aa aaored blood as e'er Was poo red npon the plain of battle ! The mother who oonceala ber gritf, While to ber breast her aon she pressed, J hen brcathea a ftw brave words and brief, Kissing the patriot brow she blesea, With no one but her aeoret God To know the pain that weighed upon ber, Sheds holy blood as eor the aod Received on Freedom's field of houor 1 T. Buchanan Head. BIRDS AT. THE WINDOW. By T. S. Arthur. "Better b at work," grumbled Jolm Spence...

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. — 3 August 1882

Free Pr-ess. ISAAC a JULIAN, - Editor BAN JCA.I003, TEXAS. TIIUUSDAY, AUGUST 3, IMi j sTr.ti) at tiik roT omen at a.v mabcoh rr.H A slEtWU i j THE PROPRIETOR CONTROLS ALL ADVERTISING IN THIS PAPER On m insiut mil. " THE CUTSiDE PAGES. Announcements of Oandiditse. t'or I'oitf rfft. U'i r mhnrlM I to announce rtnu TAMrCV. MILLER, of Goniilee i.'ouuttf. candidate for UiucrM from tbe Eighth liUtrlct. eultlecl to tbe l)em.oretlO Congressional Convention. We aro aii'horlreit to announce trON. WELLS THOMPSON, of Colore .i ,n..i. . a oi.dlilata fur Congress from tbf Klitltib ItUlrlrL snivel to tbo actlou of tbe Demo crailo Congressional Convention. Diatrlct frrrulintT Attorney We ara aiiiharlrod to annouiica J. M. BETHANY, of Austin County, aa a i-.mli.lat for ProMjculitiB Attorney of the 1DIU Ju dicial Dtatriul. NiNte hrnafor. At tba Inatanrs of nitny friend., HON. GEO. PFEUFFEIl, of Comal County, be cou.eiited to bo a candidate 1.ir Senator from tha 25th District, subject to a Dis trict D...

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. — 3 August 1882

0 3) V H (0 0 n C3 W d a d H A o Free Press. A BOOS, TEXAS. TWWU K V- AUGUST 3, 1882 rtsr Coitreli a tit Aim ttibg In Uli tfcimntM welltitio CutiSdo ftpi. ui TIME TABLE. ISaaTllnit Northern Raiki TXnTONIO DIVISION: BOUND BOUTH. Milk. . R tlo P. II ..".so , 8-0 ,.. ..7:20 " .. 7.4S " ..8:18 " ,10:1X1 " BOUND NOHTU. MAIL, IPMIIBI .. 7.30 A. U. .. 8:17 .. 8:Si " .. 0.20 " .. 9:40 " ... 1008 ..1045 . 12:3 P. M. Iiitln Miocliaee i: imp f1 n-.iar ij Antonio... Atttln Hncbc pupree 6AN 'ma'rcos' Hunter...... w Braunfele. gin Aiiloulo.. , 10S5 A. M . . :.17 " .. O.U " ...84 " .. 8:35 " ...8.14 " ...7:43 " ...6.10 8:40 P.M. 6:60 " 6;35 :. " 4.23 4 02 " 3:28 1.45 " liOB 3STJBWS- M Nights pleasantly cool. Camp-meeting iu full blast. Fues, guilts, musketoes etc., abound. jIalosb will receive this week big lot Os nubiirgs for Colton Sacks. Cash paid for wheat by Wai. Giesen. M alone has tho "boss" $2 00 kid and goat button shoes. Come out to the county convention on Saturday. Hobse-poweb hay pres...

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. — 3 August 1882

i! ; 1 '. A f I 1 'if 1 ! ' li i 1 ' Ml ! b 1 u J Tlif Indian' Fuiui'f. JiV HILL KYK Th quctmi of whit i to be the h Hon iltuatl of the rtdmetiiuAwer ici i uiK which demand ' ouM-lrritiii. . Will a f il '"' i 4rt, xtirpHt Mid xtrroaiiMt !"" ''" fun of tho eirtu ru-. hi' l J"" long filled our fourth re-t len. ai'd 'r school dcUuiu'WM with crud jonrt.'iy, ami leave th untutored chili of niture fv exist only s a nmoki-tauned, bead tiitamed memory? Will tho beautiful picture of tho Irwiiette Indiau maiJou at last lidcomi uothi ug hut tho frontplec j of m time honored legend and tho trade mark of a fito i-.it factory ? Let us hope that it will not. W have cro.v-d too uid' ocean and wrested from theo penplo their lurjdn, and then, to u i l inuilt t injury, we have taught them tho niyxteric of our civilization. With the white man came the doctrine of vicurioiis atonement and tho tpen hack shirt. H brought with hiui the dictiouury and'the imi&en Lose, sulva- tiou and halcrutus. Tho tale...

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. — 3 August 1882

yi'R COUNTRY'S TRIUE. '. .'.tliM ftt to the UlfVit rilek-A (.f nulu. " Bm Of th Amrlraa K.gle. rrou Fourth of July Ortllon by Pat Doiun. po other lands boast of their great rivers? We could tike up all their yaond Tharnses, their yellow Ti-kr-, castled Rhines and beautiful blue pjDabes, by their little eudn, and pty tbom into our inajestio Mishit jippin and Missouri, Amsz Mia, Soa katuhewaiis and De 1 PJatas without making rise enough to lift an Tndian fa'bodt off a sandbar. Do they brag of their seas and lakes? We could gpill all their puny Gaspians and Azov, their Dead Seas, Nyanzas and Magiores into our migutf superiors, Micuigms, Eriesand Ontarios, aad scarcely pro duce a ripple ou their pebbly brims to wash away the eighteon-inch "footprints on the sands of time" left by the fairy like slipper of a St. Louis or Chicago girl. Do they prate of their romantio gsenery? Wo have a thousand jewel like lakea that would mako all their vaunted Coroos, Genevas and Killar neys bide their f...

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. — 3 August 1882

GENERAL DIRECTORY. on n i ii,. com Cm filmic: Hon. Columbu l'oi, of Bsxar count. saaaroa-'lUr aisraicrs Uon. W. II. Hurt;", of 'M i-" Co. rrTivii Cth burster: Hon. J. a.8iry.f Id Cu. liou. II. K. 8iriijf.'llow, of Cl JwU Co. (IHTBICf ooukt UJta OKTIIOT. lion. I.. Vf. Moore, Preidlin(JtlK. l.iOrang. Thoi. II. Krunkllii, Attorney, Htu Maico. Tins or Hni.i'ina oocir. Ilara. 21 Hobday In March and irptoraber. cifHTr orrtr. Ki It. Koie, Judge County Court, ' F..1. J. I,. tlresn. Dl.t. 'i4 County Clerk. Ja .0. HirlHoii, Deputy. II. 11. Il.e, acilng County Attorney. ii it n,..hp i..riir j. H. Invl. itnnutr. LV Vf. (Irouui.. Justice of the Peao Cm, No. 1 li.fMI.yneb. John Uicbrdon, " " " " ' J.i:. Howe, J. II. Patterson, County Treasurer. K i. ronton, iunuor, J to. C. Ke , Hureyor. John U. Maloue, Coui'r Precinct No. I. J.II.Kntllir, ' " " 3. Peter HcbmlJt, " " " J. K. Burlewn, " " " V R. II. Manlove, Conitebte. Timii or iioLiiira Cotmrr and PsioiKor Coukt Criminal County Court lt Monday in...

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. — 10 August 1882

San Marco s Free PfH . ! ! " , , .. , , m jjjTJLIAN, "Prove All Things 1 Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR. VOL. XI. ' SAN MARCOS. HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST, 1 0, 1882. NO. 37. Free Press. published Every Thursday by ISAAC II. JULIAN. m a M To whom all Letters should be Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. one rear, in advance fl 00 All niouthi l 20 I 7 Tfare month i " BATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, one insertion $1 00; each Edition. 1 mo. 8 moii. 6 mot. H mo, riaure 60 B M fl" 1u 8q 3.00 t.00 10M 16.00 i " s.or .o ia.o ao.oo w-olm. "' 7.00 10.M .00 80.00 5 ; 120 20.00 80.HO 6C.O0 J ...... 20.W H6.00 5iM'0 7C.00 Cards iu Business Directory, one year, 1 00 Legal and Transient Advertisements will be ebsrged One Dollar per square for the first in- tertion, end Fifty Cent, per squtre for each addi tional inserttou. A .qure is the space of one loch. Fractional Minaret will fce counted at fall jnnaret. Lceal and Business Notices will be charge...

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. — 10 August 1882

SAN HABCOS .FREE PRESS. r. XL JULIAN. PnbliaW. BAN MARCOS, TEXAS TEXAS TOPICS. Times: Mr. M. B. TalHum, of our town, Las received an offer of $150,000 cosh for hia ranch and cattlo on tho Pecos. Ho says be would not tako $200,000 however; bo the bid der will have to come again. Bronham Banner; Mr. Ellis, one Of the lessees of the penitentiary, has about 110 convicts employed on two plantations near Walker's station, in Fort Bend county ; the two contain about 2300 acres of the best quality of alluvial landF, and produce so well that the lessees average about $120 for each con vict hand clear of all expenses. About BOO acres is cultivated in cane, 8C0 in corn and 1000 in cotton. One guard is employed to every six convicts, and to far only two convicts havo escaped this year Cranberry ridette: Last Sunday aftern&on, during the shower, a bolt of lightning struck the house of Mr. F. M. Eden, instantly killed Mrs. Caroline t?a rr,;tn nf .lWnmfl Eden, who was on a visit here fair Tarr...

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. — 10 August 1882

BAtto.v nsvo A T now. ' 1 1 ,v succeeded m you ssy hricu"r. lis ths first step co.ts. Tog.ln t tta thouand costs palus. Ii. csre, kill. ZlWW-M ! ' S1r.M,er-M','t,Mty0U.rP,,a Plj, jiniost of it-U kft nulte alone. n,utU I uer let It quite alone. ,.. by following out my principle- . Vol yours. Oil no! Your i-rinelpUt ere line ; III. oWa. anytl'i'W ,UU L,yur.cUr.l. Itookthsworhl I louud Its strove nut to seud T -..in. but profit by them si Mds Urg profewlous, crouched ami crept and erawii:u rut In my lcket all my prWe-plckcd up Out of tho (Urtitst gutter, so to speak, Tb. dirtiest penny-net too proud for that ; BoM .11 mlllng Ptleutly, bout low To kis the band that struck woj what I felt Within me I concealed, nevor gave voice To bltleroew In empty word Ab no 1 . i. . t.yn . hldod my time tallied soft- Hoi su. - . - o do rlubt, but was deceived by kuaves took dvuto of my lb'noric Ah me! Ah met an, what a wicked tforld , ( Aud then your splendid counters, too, I used. Hid alwaya In my mo...

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. — 10 August 1882

Free Press. f hi relic o' deimrted Generations are to be these 4 ruins boar and graj " ISAAC H. JULIAN, - Editor. SOST MA.HOOH, TEXAS. TIJITIISDAY, AUGUST 10, M2. extkufd at tue iht ornci at ban makcos TEXAS KHUECOSU CLASH MATTKM.J THE PROPRIETOR CONTROLS ALL X0VCHTISIN6 iH THIS PAPER ON THE MSI0E AS wtll AS THE OUTSIDE PAGES. Announcements of Oandidatse. tor ;onrft.. Wa ar anthnrliad to announce Wf)V. JAMES F. MILLER, of Gonisle Count, a candidate (or Ooiirreas from lb Kl(blh Mstrlct, subject lo the Democratic CoogrcMloual Con?eutloD. We are authorized to announce HON. WELLS THOMPSON, of Color. do county. candidate for t'ooftre.s from Ilia Klgbtb DUtrlct. subject to the action of lb Demo, crallo Coofreesloual Convention. Niato Senator. GEO. PFEUFEER, of New Braunfels It candidate for Slate Senator of tlie 25lb Senatorial Elerlct, subject to tbe action of tbe Democrello Convention of raid Dlitrlct. ftiatrlct Frononitlno; Attorney. We are authorized to announce J. M. BETHANY, of Aust...

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. — 10 August 1882

PS 15 0 0 0 H 4 a M r-t 0 0 a, fl 7 ti o 0 4- Free Press. jTnAROOB, TEXAS. yivSbXY, AUGUST 10, 1882. rprUtM Coitroli Alt th AdnrtSiltj li till "TIM E TADIjE. faitianil and fait M.ra Riilroai fANT0NI0 DIVISION: BOUXD SOUTH. MAIL. . t n P. M.. taittn, kUnckacs Dneree Jakmabcos. Hunter...... ye BrauufeU. DM Antoato.. 7.-30 A. U. KM) 8:17 it , :05 " 3l ,.M7 " .'in 9:1 0 t ,.. 7.43 10.08 M ..MS " 10 4ft " .10: (HI " 12:30 P. X. BOTJHD HOBTH. MAIL, RXPMU, Aill Hncbic Itapree ban 'icAiicos Hunter Vf Kriunfele. gin Antonio.. . 10S5A.M 8:40 P. H. 60 " 6;35 4:4.1 " 4.S3 4 M " 3;H 1.45 ... :7 .44 ...9.04 ,.. 8:35 ...8.14 ...7:43 ....6.10 KCOIvdB NEWS. Eaw last night. H Fahmeks ore getting little two much L- Kead this column carefully and you will Z see "where to go to get your money back." Q Fbuit Jass, a supply at Lu. J. Dailey's.' QfJ New lot Men's and Boy's boots at Malone's. kj Mnlone is soiling his stock summer cloth. f ing at reduced prices. OTitY"Calla Lily" Flour for nice Light .bread ...

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. — 10 August 1882

1 1 ''-J 1 til ! . 1 1 t ' ''ft 'i V " 1 V." !(.: Vi .V ! i n Tlif Democratic Nominee. fUlvrtt'ill NVwiu DON. JOll.N IKEI-AND. Hon. John Inland, tie subject of thin sketch, was born in Hart county, Kentucky, January l; 1827. His father b h furiner of very modest means at d Liguly esteemed in his neighborhood, while his mother was noted for her good beuao, her piety, aud the caro with which she reared her children. Being poor, John Ireland labored for a living during his boyhood withreat industry, and without acaieniio advantages, ap plied himself to tlia acquisition of a good common school education; and in his efforts met with a degroe of success which has cmiuently characterized his maahood. Before attaining hi major ity, his popularity secured for him the oflieo of sheriff of hid native county, aud being unqualified by' reason of his minority to hold the ollico his friends procured a special act of the legislature to render him elegibl. Having saved soiiio money by his personal l...

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. — 10 August 1882

0 DAVY CKOCKEIT. 8an Frmclitoo Examiner, But our purpose is to relate the inci dent which led Davy Crockett to aban j n hi home in Tennessee, and the Jenea of .hi" earlier activities and fame nd Beo toe viIj8 ' Texas, ruw was what we might call a king bee in border life, and in man j respects j oWofiter was sui generii. As it requires centuries for the production 0f a character like that of Washington, bo well poised, rounded, and in all points fitted to the place and work aligned him, so a . man like Davy Crockett, in the peculiar adaptation to jjjB life work, docs not appear in gener ation ' The detail of his career are familiar to most Americans. For a time he represented a district of Ten nessee in Iho lower branch of Congress, and he was recognized as a political power in that State. Bluff, brave, and endowed with remarkable shrewdness, he possessed also a bearing and mag netism which could not fail to attract the regard and inspire the confidence of his rugged constituency. Th...

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. — 10 August 1882

GENERAL DIRECTORY. orriciAf. COyuKSttMAS Am ailTKICTt Don. Culurubut Upson, of Beiar cogoty. tknro411T Metaicr: lion. YT. H. Burgess, ol Caldwall Co. BiraiKTATivi turn warnicr: lion. i. G. Storey, of Uaya Co. Uwu. 1. J Hirlngielluw, of Caldwell Co. bistsict coukt 16ru pumior. Hon. I.. W. Moore, Pretldlng Judge, UO range. . ibos. 11. Franklin, Attorney, 8au Marco. tibtii or touiua covmt Uas. Id Mondays lu March and September. oooxvf ornoaaa. Ed R. Kone, Judge Couuiy Coari, Kd. J. L. Oretn. Dlat. aud County Clark. Jas 0. Burleson, Deruty. B. B. Itote, acting County Attorn, ii u n..k.. a v.. r i ir J. i. Uavla. Duoatr. C. W. Uroom. J utiles of the Pro, Wo. 1 Dal.ayncb. " " " " " Jobo ll.cb.rJ.on. " ' " j. ;. ko " j! II. Patterson, County Traorar. K' 8. fortdon, a or. Jo. C. Kve, Hurveyor. Jobu l. M alone, Cubt'r Precinct No. L J.B. Bailiff, " " V S. Pater Hcbmldt, " " " . J.K. Burleson, " " " S! li. II- M.ulnva. Conatabla. Tiaaa or MOLinao Coudtt ard PaaomoT Coot Criminal Count Court l...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 17 August 1882

San Marcos Free Pre SSo I. H.JULIAN, "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROP1UETOH. VOL. XI. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST, 17. 1882. NO. 38. Free Press. . ' rTibllHlied Every Thursday by ISAAC H. JULIAN, To whom all Letters Bhould be Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year, In advance.; t 00 Six month! Three months " 1 35 75 RATES Or ADVERTISING. One square, one Insertion 91 00; etch addition ,1 Insertion under one month. 60 cents per square, ' 1 Square 8 " 3 ; t: colm I mo. 8 moil. Snios. It moi 2.S0 5.00 B.or 7.00 12.00 20.00 $ 6.00 7.00 fi.00 10.00 20.00 35.00 6.00, 10.00 12.00 20.00 30.00 60 CO t 1040 16.00 20 jM 30.00 um 16M Business Cecils, neoeh or teas, one year, WOO Crd in Baedness Directory, one year, 2 00 tegal and Transient Advertisements will be chars One Dollar per square for the flrst in lertloti, and Fifty Cents per square for each addi tional Jnsertlon. A square is the space of one loch. Fractional sq...

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. — 17 August 1882

SAN. MARCOS FREE PRESS. L II. JULIAN, Publiaher. BAN MAIU30S, TEXAS TOntS. TLe cotton worm baa made its ap pearanco in many parts of the State but as yet has done out mwo uuiuuku. Limestone county anst-wes 10,315 lmr.Pii and mules. 32.2 10 cattle, 40 Jacks 11 208 fcbeep, 332 goats and 10,507 hogs, The "first bale" has become so common throughout the State that its appearance on the streets creates but little interest. ThA olton crop of Texas never av promise of a larger yield than it At atDresent. All that is needed is warm, dry weather. With two months of dry, warm weather, Texas will produce one-fifth of the entire cotton crop ol the uniteu States for the season of 1882-d. One of the "spunkiest" little rail ways in the mighty state of Texas, is the Gulf, Colorado & Santa 1-e, a line owned principally by Galveston mer chants and capitalists. The enterprise is the prido of tVe city in fact, and the Galvestonians back it for all they are worth. The Gulf line has been mak ing war ...

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. — 17 August 1882

TITS mlCE OF A DRINK. BT J06BFHIXB POIXABD. ...k. tents a r1 !" P0" nT on, "''n aVeSf- M-." you ..y , -WW. i-u't WT u pay." ifc no tad.! ! 'H" """J ,n" ,u,n . v n are piMluii over twut fiiiRer an J thumb j And it thst wore all yoa gave away, i,.nrieeof drink I Let hlra decide Km lout bis courage and lost his pride. Tnd U-a grovellua heap . I clay, v t ur niwovfd from a beast, to day. $h,SSot !' 11 that one tell wfn sloei to night in a murderer'a cell. And & within Win the tira .it hell. Honor and virtue, love and truth, AU the ly 'n Prfde of youl,'1' , , iioots of mttiihood. the wrontb of fame. MjBh endeavor aud nob'e aiw ThiM are the treasures thrown away, ii the price of a dtinlc from day to day. ' ..rivecenUa glasal" How Satan laughed. As over the bar the young man quaflud lhe beaded liquor i for tho deruoa knew The terrible work that drink would do ; And bofore the morning the vlollm lay with urn life blood swiftly ebbing away 5 And that waa the price he paid, alas I lof t:e...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 17 August 1882

Free Press. ISAAC II JULIA!?. Editor, f3S.M MARC03, TEXAS. TilirKSUAY. Al'fll'ST 17, I ENKIiEO AT THF. I'OST orFICE AT U.KS MARCOS TEX A AH fclXOMJ ti,Aoi ji J TKEPMPWETOrCMTROL! ALL ADVERTISING IN THIS PAPER Oil INt ihjiucmj witw THE OUTSIDE PACES. "Announcements of Candidatse. for Cnrti. We ere antbnrlel to announce inu rwrr MIM.ER. of Gouts! County. candidate (or Congress from thW Kigbth Muriel, subject to the Democratic Congressional Convention. We ere authorlred to announce HON. WELLS THOMPSON, of Color. ' do county, at a candidate for Cougre.s from tie Eighth DMrleL subject to tlio action of tba Demo cratlc Cuuffrrfafuual Convention. Male senator. GEO. PFEUFFER, of New Breaofels if a . candidate for Siato 6eoator of the J5th Senatorial Elerict, mljectto the action of tbe Democratic Convention of f aid District. District Prosecuting1 Attorney. We are authorized to announce J. M. BETHANY, of Austin County, at a candidate for Pro.ecutlug Attorney ol the ism ju dicial District. Fo...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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