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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 7 September 1882

San Marcos Free Pre 1 1 j H. JULIAN, "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Good." PROPRIETOR. VOL. XL SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 7,-1882. NO. 41. Free Press. Wished Every Thursday by I&'AAC H. JULIAN, . To whom all Letters should be Addressed. OFFICE East Side ofPlaza. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. OnJr. dT4ance Six months jhres months " .fa oo . its 75 BATES OF ADVERTISING. ... ixartion tl 00: etch addition ODS n"i vu" loscrtion under one month. 60 cents per square. 1 mo. 8 mo. 6 mot. Umoi 3.50 I ft 500 5.001 .00 I 6.00 10.00 13.00 30.00 80.00 60 CO ft 10.00 1 saunre 1 " 3 i.' colm '4 " 18.00 B.0r 7.001 11.00 9.00 10.00 20.00 36.00 30.00 66.00 6C.O0 76.00 SO.00 1 " r.nla. one loch or less, one year, 18 00 Cards In Business Directory, one yer, $3 00 legal and Transient aavertisemenia win uo cbarged One Dollar per square ir u(.. ... .nd Fifty Cent, per aqnare for each addl Hon.l ImerlloB. A square it the apace of one Inch. Fractional squares will he count...

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. — 7 September 1882

m MARCOS FREE PRESS. X. TL JULIAN, Publiahsj. BAN MARCOS, TEXAS TEX AH TOPICS. The Texaa & New Orleans railroad has issued bonds for the purpose of ac quiring the Sabine and east Texas road. Colorado County renders for as sessment 7,800 horses and mules, 4-1,-0G0 cattle, 1,408 sheep and 1,402 hogs. Ellcs County pays taxes on 13, 875 horses and mules; 31,023 cattle, CO jacks, 2,183 sheep, 8,280 hogs and 101 goats. The Texas & Pacifio railroad has contracted with one firm in Texas to move one million bushels of corn dur ing September and October. Heavy and protracted rains have prevailed throughout Western Texas during the past few weeks, resulting in unprecedented floods and great damage to property, live stock and growing crops. The Concho and Colorado riv ers and tributaries have been higher than ever before known. The town of Ben Ficklin, in Tom Green County, was entirely swept away by the flood and about forty persons known to have been drowned. Dallas Times : It is said ...

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. — 7 September 1882

Bilk, w gu,neirall Jackon' Deathbed. i. Eebs Which UMorj ui for 0(Trof 300 Has Bees M.df. Atlanta Oa.' Constitution Tm" voU-to"d bu8ineM 8en n of Atlanta to a Constitution illative yeeterday, -that buffalo eateD,batIwoulJa'ttake $3,000 '0Tbon you aro not as sensible aa I thought you were," replied the report er as he eyed the buffalo robe spread on' the floor. -Sensible or not, I moan it. I have befla offered two hundred dollars for it repeatedly, and once had an of fer of Ave hundred. "See," continued tie speaker, pointing to the fuded hie roglyphics on tho inside of the robe, that was painted by a Sioux Indian artist soventy years ago, and for many winters kept warm the body of one of the greatest chiefs that tribe ever pro duced. That robe was his treasure, and for it he fought and many of his beet braves died." That's ft good speech and well de livered but it Bounds like a snake story." remarked the cedar shover, as the gen tleman paused, out of breath. "Ko, it is no snake Btory...

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. — 7 September 1882

Free Press. :aao a juliah, MARCOS, TEXAB. " "III Uisi )" lyTliErfKMIlEU 7, m2. I i:.vjx,i:: at tub post omen at haw mabcoh T1.XAS A-iKKOOS! CLASS MiTTKB. J m PfOPMCT in CONTROLS ALL IDUERTISINO in t;:is paper on the inside as weu. as the outside paces. AnnouncL-iiients of Candidates riTT TJVP1IPPP11. of New flraunfels Is a rumtliUtc furSwio Hrualor or llie '.tb Senatorial t u rirt. aull-ct to the mciIob of the Democratic Cu.'ivculluii of t aid M.trlct. kUtrlct rroseeutlner Attorney-. W are utlinrixid to anuounce J. M. BETHANY, of Austin County, ramlMut lor ITom ruling Attorney ef the 15th Ju lllcitll iJi-IUl'l. I'nr Treasurer. TO Till: VOTKK OF HATS COUSTT. We r.ru autlioriiH to atitinance JOHN H PATTJSLtSON, eai.uidate for re-election lu the (ii'lco uf I reunurtf of Bay County. Wo ar authorized to announce ROBERT I.I ALONE, as a candidate for Treasurer of 11 ays County. for Anoeiior. Wo are authorized to announce R. S. FORTSON, .win I,,r r ,.eli'ciioti to the office of Assessor of ...

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. — 7 September 1882

0 0 H Free Press. MAROOS, TEXAS. ffljgSDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1883. rSre)itr4li ALL ttiAdwUiUilatili Iipw g tit JliM w " r il TIME TABLE. nuM and great Mern Raflroifl fXNTONIO DIVISION: BOU5D SOUTH. Mall.. ... B OS P. M... B,u,n':: " .6.50 " ... ureal 7:25 A.M. 8:11 " XlllCHH. - I IWjire . ,. 8:27 8.15 9:35 (t pi Hunter.. fiiV t gta Antonio.... ih H 8 BOUND NORTH. 1 . M AIL. 10:03 10.40 12:25 P. M. KXPHMI, .. 7:02 P.M. . 6:13 " ,. 6;67 ,. 6:07 " . 445 . 4 24 " . 8:50 .. 2 07 " Za.." 2 .M'"cr.:-.:v:.:: S (Li EG .. b-04 n gi MARCOS... 8:35 u.mivr I J . Hrunfcl....T:43 w 7 b io gio HOME HSTE'rS. SiB advertisement of J. W. Nance. Speino Tobbacco at C. D. Ebwin'b. Db. Ebhaed's lest favor will appear in our next Lightning Striker Hats at- C. D. Ebwin'b. Silveb Soap for cleaning plated or silver wnre G W Donalson & Co. GW Donalson & Co's fine "Calla Lily" Flour is giving splendid satisfaction. Ooe schools are all again in session, we believe with favorable prospects. Turner & Co., a...

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. — 7 September 1882

LITTLE DROPS. Llttlo drop of cUret Now and then at first, Form an wfd habit, And a dreadful thint. Lttvlo lrop of User, Tlnn ' '"S Ltly rum aud wbiky, Tell tha druukard'a tale. Litllo drupe ot branJy, If you drink them clear, Urinif.tbo iiudilcnlua Jim-Jama And tue druukard'a bit-r. TWO WKI)I)IX DAIS. Everything bad Utn duly and prop erly arranged for our wedding. The engagement of Miss Ntll Hartley to Mr. Bertram Langlcy had ber.n duly announced iu the fashion columns of tbo leading society journals, and the wedding day bad arrived. lam Bertram Laugk-y-cowiaouly called Uert-and, while I confess to bo most Bincercly und entirely in love with my little Nell. I must add I bad been quite annoyed about our marriage -flrbt at tbo persistence with which Bh6 in-inted upon a grand wedding. I hate fuss and parade, and have an old time notion that a marriage re hearsal, giddily aud eventually solem nized before a crowd of gossiping, gap ing pcoo, i -robbed of all its swoet purity. Then, too, ...

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. — 7 September 1882

CATTLE INDUSTRIES. 1 epmtat tad Prof rtia. Wallace's Monthly summarizes an interesting review of oar cattle indus tries by Hon. J. B. Grinnell: In 1610, four cows and a bull were, titer a long and tedious passage by sail ing vessel, landed in Virginia from Ire land. These were the first domestic inimals seen in America, and the time Vaa but twelve years bofore the Pilgrim r. View touched Plymouth Rook. Two years after their landing there was an importation. From 1C31 to 1C35 Oapt. John Mason imported from Denmark into New Hampshire the animals which, aocording to Mr. Charles L. Flint, whom Mr. Grinnell regards as high authority, laid the foundation of the native stock of New England. The stock, owing to various causes, did not receive good care in the early days, however, and consequently degenerated. But colon ial agriculture made an early effort for the increase of cattle. Oxen were bred for activity and strength, and wore of more utility in clearing forests than horses, and on me...

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. — 7 September 1882

GKOWIXH OLir. At ! I wall remember then I fancied all Mksold at In. Hal whan I'd trd my flrt decade, r'lfto.a appeared bore traly UlJ. Bui wbta tin flftesoib round I'd ran, 1 tboagbl nou eld till twenty-one. Tbtn odtllj wbso I'd reecbsd that age, ! kld that thirty mid Mks sge. Dal hn my thirtieth year was toM, I itld t "At ! score, nn wen grow old I' Tsl lo score cam end found rue thrifty, And I drew tbt lino at fifty. Bui when I reeebed that agel swore, JTono could to old intll throo eeore. And boro I in at sixty now, Ai young as ben at tlx, I trow I ; TU Iroe, my hair U eomewnst grey, And that I dm cm to-day. 'Til troo, tboit rogue about mo now 8iy 'Orandpep I" when to mo tboy bow; But, blot yonr soul, I'm yonng when 1 tbongbl oil poopU old l tea I Ferhaps llttlo wiser grown Perhaps loni old Itlaslons Down ; Hu wond'rlng till, while years have rolled When Is It tbit mso growt old. From New York. Wo iiiako tho following extract from i let ttr from a Inly corronpoudeut : I prcHumo u...

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. — 14 September 1882

San Marcos Free Pre SSo . i.H.JULIAN,. "Provo All Things i Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR. VOL. XI. SAN' MARCOS, HAYS, COUNTY,' TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 14, 18 S 2. NO. 42. Free Press. Published Every Thnrsday by ISAAC H. JULIAN, To whom all Letters should be Addressed, OFFICE East Side ofPlaza. RA TES OFSCBSCRIPTIOX. One year, In advsnc 2 0 my months ' 1 2 iwa mouths M 75 RATES Of ADVZRTISIKG. One square, one lunertion ftl 00; each idJItlon nl Insertion and i t one month. 60 cent, oer larnire. I mo. 3 mo. Anion. Hmos r:n,ii,re 2.50 fi.00 0.00 10.00 'T. 5.00 1 7.00 10.00 16 00 J ii " 6.0f 1 .oo la.oo 20.00 ;,eom. ".! 7.00 1 10.00 20.00 30.00 j4 .... 13 00 1 20.00 80.00 6C.O0 j it " 30.00 06.00 Ail (10 70.00 Csrds In Business Directory, one year, $2 00 Legal and Transient Advertisements will be diirged One Dollar per square Tor the urst in rtlon. and Fifty Centa per square for each addl lions! Insertloo. A square la the apace of one Inch. Fractional squares wilt be coun...

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. — 14 September 1882

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS, X. n. JULIAN, Publisher. BAN MARCOS, TEXAS TEXAS TOriCS. A colony of 200 8weedish families will settle near Arredondo, Texas. The Galveston C'iiuian.establishcd ia 1838, is the oldest paper la Texas. The first load of new corn raised in Comanche couuty was sold in Com anche for $1.50 per bushel. It was largo and well filled. Skins of the prairie dog, an animal bo abundant in Texas as to be a nuisance-, are recoinended us a material for the manufacture of glovee. Tho surveying corps of tho Topo lovampo railway has reached Brcnhum. The engineer in charge reports that there will have to bo some henvy work in the way of grading done between La Grange and Brcnham. -A large family of Germans, recent ly arrived from the "Fadcrland," aicd have made their homes in Gonzales county. They come well prepared to purchase land, but will rent for the en suing year. Germans are aa intelli gent, thrifty, energetic, industrious class, and we would like to see more of them among ...

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. — 14 September 1882

FORTY POLLAUS. Forty dollars more? Forty Mub, ouly fortrinimlngat My mother ever spent 80 mac on aDy dress, D j,flve tbo dreus. I bate to seem 'foga.mydear, but with flo many buui !ess wen failing every day, one sees the wisdom of economy. Explain, my dear " "Well, popa." aid Emma, ita just tbw: JIadamo Forine naya that I need tan yarJa ' trimininS at our dollars a ard. Th r0SB a fiuished, and really money goes bo. There were other things to get. I'm ashamed to 6sk, but I was obliged to do so." Very well, my dear I" replied the merchant, "there is the money, but I don't think you'll need any more be fore Christmas. Times are not good, you know, and dear me! forty dollars for a trimming! Women ore petting worse than ever!" Emma Komo slipped tho roll of notes into her purse with the feeling that it was dearly bought; but late nts placed n many women in the condition of bgars, and it is so customary to do as Emma did, that Bue aimoss woaaercu at the little pang which shot through her h...

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. — 14 September 1882

! I V r e e Press. i'JAAC II. JULIAN, Editor. IvrVItCOS, TEXAS. THURSDAY, SEI'TEMUEB II, lWi I LSTKIlUfJ AT Tim I'OST OFfirjS AT BAH MAUCOH Ti.XAH AHKEI.-DNU CI.AH1 MATTKB.J lMFPflflPfllETORCOITROLS ALL AOVERTISIKG IN THIS PAPEIt ON THE INSIDE AS WELL AS THE OUTSIDE PACES. Announcements of Candidates. GEO. PFEUFFER, of New BraunfeU U caridiilute fur 8Uto Senator of tbe J.'.lh Senatorial tlTlcl,iuljsctio tbe ctlou of tbe Democratic Couvenlian of f aid Dlelrlct. UUIrict rromocutlnr Attorney. We are auihorixed to annouuce J. M. BETHANY, of Auetln Countj. a camlidala for rrokecutlnj Attorney of the Ifilh Ju dicial District. 1'or Troaaiircr. TO THE V0TKR8 OK DATS C0U5TT. Wears autliotlzml to announce JOHN H. PATTERSON, candidate for re-election to tbe oi'.lce or Treasurer of Day County. We are authorized to announce ROBERT M ALONE, acaudldate for Treaiurer ot liayi J County. For Aeor. We are authorized to announce R. S. FORTSON, "mil dn'to for ra-electlun to tbe oOlee of Aaeeiaor of Ilay...

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. — 14 September 1882

It ft 15 0 4 m u f I H O d m O Free Press. n TrmtSDAY. BSl'TEMBEH 14, 18CJ tTij Projxlotar Cm'.mU ill till AlwtlJlag !a tall rajir. thtCtSISS l vUu til CtUlli pajsi. iU time taijle! n gXF ANTONIO DIVISION: IJ BOUND SOUTH. MAIU. EXPUK8K K 06 P. U T.ifiA.M. nnra O:0o .... n.ji EL " 8,15 " JaVMAUOOH....7:3 - 9:: " v.Triuufi.U....H:W " ..10.40 xioul9....lm(H " Ii:il5 P. U. BOUND south. Malt., RXPHKIS, .,,,.! 10 35 A. M 7:02 P.M. &LMM::::ff : :::::::::::: iS 5" .m. .7:43 s.. 8n Antonio 6.10 - 3.07 P KCOJCE 3STEW3. ., Very temporary the temporary capital H at Austin. Everything new and cheap at C. D. Ebwin'b. M Two houses for rent, at low rates. M auire at this office. In- Tell has already replaced hia bath-house and (jot it ready for use. A sew lino of neckwear just received by .p Dailey Boys on the Corker, Thebe are a good mauy strangers in town; . boarding houses full for the present. 5 1 p" Ludies Hose cheaper than ever with us. H Small hair line btripes. Dailey & Bbo. Why is ...

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. — 14 September 1882

, ' 1 u f-i : It t, " r : J '! t. : ;' ? - i' 'hi Hi ft -.J if:: ill .i .4ff: r uest of life. . Wh&t'a c of al)a frcttinc Or -r iila that cao't cnrd T Wbat'a tho uae of fiudinj fault with What we kuow rnuat be endured? Uo it roaV our burdeua lighter If Rfua.bl.' 'iioatU th. ir load? Dot t make hfei pathway unuolher If fret a'out th rad? Bitter uj our timn than fill It Full of ftitfU nd vaia rejrreta 0cr !" imaifir.ed Wiuubr A bo dot-H who ftlr)i freta. We cannot expect life' pathway To alwaya tre n with flowera; Nor tho time which (Jod baa tlven To all be mado of happy boura. Ktonna will follow wrr u"ne. Grief be mixd with eory joy; And 'tia boat that it abould be ao- Gold'a too aoft without alloy.' Half our trouble'a our invention." We're to bUme for blf our atrife 5 Then, if life ia what we mnke It, Why uot make the beat of life? 4 , , ' t'xihatiye. A NEIU11B0KLY CHAT. ArthurV Home MaKttzinu. Mrs. Smith, after the old-time fash ion of some country neighborhood, had brought her...

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. — 14 September 1882

A German Duel, The Sacramento JiecordUnlon pub ises lnS Ieltor 'rom iDjbler Sar I to bis fl0D describing tome duel 5e b een ou8bt in Germany. Hero i,oneoftbem: jff0 young men wore seated in choirs facing eoch other; the right arm, neck ,Dd breast were protected by heavy onilted stuff and over the eyes a pair of Jon goggles. So heavy is the padding the arm that two men support the weight for the fighter in the intervals 0 rest. So protected, the face and head are liable (o cuts; but it is diffloult to inflict a eorious injury. In the pending cose it was said that one of the combatants was an officer in the re serves, and the other desired to be; but some reflection on his courage had been made by the officer, and hence this duel. Perhaps it was some evi dence ia favor of the truth of the asser tion, that the challenger sought this comparatively harmless mode of satis isfaction, rather than a combat with sabre and a n&ked breast. At a word of order tin men took their feet, their s...

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. — 14 September 1882

Don't Let Tlicia Hurjr Mo Dorp. U will Interest our riiri to know that Ih i n ctuil oceurreueo, which has lately obtaloed -rut publicity through tb newspaper. Ul me a t it in air bed, latbsr rr your wurrn llpi io my ebk j Pui jour arm under my head, father Itnuo tired 4u4 week, I en set atey lof eweki now alsoy eight I shall sleep, Promiit ono thing tt my nki now Doa't leUUera bury m deep. Cover my bed with aweet Boweri, father. Those I well loved to tee, So in the los; lonely hour, father, They'll be cempaaloos for me. If I eaoulJ wake I J the night, then, Taelr Hps my sad free would aweep. Kike my grave cheerful end bright, then JJou't lt them b nry me deep I Viha to te church you all go, father, At the aweet Sabbath bell's tone, I (ball be dreary, you know, father, Lj lr.g out there all alone. Hing my bird near In a tree, then Watch over me bo wilt keep t lie will tins aweet bjmnt to me, then, Don't let tbem bury me deep I Call on me whone'er you pai, father, Where by your tide I...

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. — 21 September 1882

Sao Marcos Free Pre ' i ' r I.H.JUL1AN "Provo All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PHOPJUETOK. VOL. X.I. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER. 2 1, 1882. NO. 43. SSo Free Press. " I'uMIshwl Everj Thursday by ISAAC H. JULIAN, 'i'o whom-all Letters should be Addressed. OFFICE East Side ofPlaza. HATES OFSUBSCR1PTIOX. Oneyesr.lo lvnce" Six month Hires months 1 1i A JIATES OF AD VERTISISG . . ... ln.rtlon 1 00: each addition On. wjuAiwt ' il Insertion under on. month, 60 cents oer sausre. 1 mo. 3 moii. nio. 11 moi . 1 Sqtlltre.... 5 " 3 " i: coltn. ... fi i " $ 3.60 100 t R.oo 10.00 13.00 30.00 30.00 BUt'O t 10.00 15 00 30.00 30.00 6C.00 70.00 5.00 7.00 i o nn roof io. n.oo I so. .00 .00 20.00 ! :.o Business Crds,n inch or log., one yesr, 48 00 Csrds In Business Directory, one year, 2 00 Ugal and Transient Advertisement, will be charged One Dollar per square for the first In sertion, and Fifty Cent, per square for each addl lional insertion. A square Is the space of...

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. — 21 September 1882

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. L IL JULIAN, Pobliaher. BIN MARCOS, TEXAS TOI'ICS. Duval county pays taxes on 15,111 homes and mules, 11,117 cattle, 113 jacks, 251,153 sheep, 89,400 goats, and 349 hogs. It iDDears that San Antonio leads all the other cities in the State on the tmblio school question. She has 4,000 pupils, and the county, 6,831 the largest in the State. The New Orleans Pacific road has been completed from Texas to New Or leans, and regular trains began running orer the road on September lltb. The Texas & St. Louis Railway Company contemplates during the next six months building branches irom Alt Pleasant, in Texas, to Dallas and Fort TOnrth. and has already forty miles graded. A dispatch from Laredo, Texas, says that the additional rise of water in the Rio Grande has carried away what remained of the International & Oreat Northern and the Mexican National railroads which spanned the river there. Statistics of the Dallas, Texas, post-office show that the city is growin...

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. — 21 September 1882

JN THE LONG RUN. I the 1DI run 'Mna m'' derT1Dff en ; But 1 lood time true merlt ,ed" th A- T' PretenM nnotioed goes its way it no chanoe, no destiny, no fate, jjot fortune anailea on those who work and wait, la the long run. Io tb 103 ran 11 godlw "orrow J'" ! There it no better thing than rig bteona pain. The sleepless Di8ht" tl10 wul thorn . orowned daya, Bring aure reward to tortured aoul and brain. X'nmeolDff Joy enervate in the end, But aorrowa yield a glorious dividend In the long run. In the long run all hidden things are known ; The eye of Truth will penetrate the night, And, good er ill, thy tecret shall be known, However well 'tis guarded from the light. All the unspoken motives of the breast Are fathomed by the years and stand confessed In the long run. In the long run all lovo is paid by love, Though undervalued by the hearts of earth ; Tno gr.eat Eternal Government above Keeps strict acoount and will redeem its worth. Give tby love freely, do not count the cost ; So be...

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. — 21 September 1882

Free Press. ISAAC H JULIAN, - Editor. 3 .A. 1ST MAR008, TE3CA-S. "i'lIVKKDAY, SEPTEMBER 81, ih. kkteiikd At tub i-omt orrux at hak ma neon TKXAH AHMKOOXII """ J THE PBOPRiTtoR CMTROlV ALL ADVERTISING IN THIS PAPER 0M THE INSIDE AS WELL AS THE OUTSI0E PACES. of Candidates. Announcements Mule henator. GEO. PFEUFFER, New Breui.f.l l rimlM.I for Stato rnitor of tho Slb Senatorial CIirlct,ulJclto tha action of lb Democratic Couvcuiioii of Ttii Dlatricl. ftiatrict Proacculinff Attorney. We are auihorlied to announce J. M. BETHANY, "t Au.tln County, aa a caudiiUte for rroecullrK Attorney of ilia 35lh Ju dicial Dlitrlcl. lor Trenail rttr. TO THK VOTKR8 OF HAYS COUNTY. We a?o authorised to announce JOHN H PATTERSON, candidate for re-election to tho olllca of Treauror oMieya County. We ars autliorUed to announce ROBERT MALONE. a candidate for Trea.urer ol Uaye County. For Aacor. We are autbnrlreil to announce R. S. FORTSON, "'" dale for re-election to toe ofltce of Aeor of llay County. Wo are...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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