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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 21 September 1882

t f M ft 0 0 W o CO 0 P3 H P C3 r 0 0 H 0 7) 0 H hi 0 Free Press. 'SA-CsT XAnOOS TEXAS. 'riIL'liSJ)AY. SEPTEMBER 21 UW-J. t3 T! P rcjfUtw Coctrjli ALL tbj AlwUtltj la th!i riyor oa tht HTSXSE II wilu tt 0atJl4 ps. .Jjf TIME TABLE. totionsJ and great Northern Railroad SAN ANTONIO DIVISION: bound south; HAIL. Anstln... v Pj IfHCU 7:V5 A.M. 8:12 ' 8:2T H.15 " fc.W " Itl.ta 10.40 12:M P. M. rxukm Dr 2 ?5 .. K vie Hunter Xw Brunfels....H:IH J j.o Aiiioulo....lO:(H " BOUND KOBTH. MAIL in tiln. . ... . 10 35 A. II. 7:03 P.M. 6:13 " 6;67 fi:7 " 4.43 4.24 " 8:5't 2.07 M jltiicuacft Duprco OA Kyi . 8AN MARCOS... 8:35 Hauler...... H;U yew llrAtinfels....7.3 gail Antonio 8.10 l-JQJSdlB ISTEWS. " Printing Outfit at a Bargain. Nearly a complete outfit for n country newspaper ami job office (except newspaper press) for Hale wonderfully cheap. Entirely distinct from the Feee Press office. Full particulars given on application at this office. Another heated term. New goods at Lu. J. Dailey'h. Tkunks...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 21 September 1882

AMEK11AX FABLES. How lb WorU Wt ltllit At. A Bear who bad made bimaelf bcliev that lo bad the worst lack of any ani- nul in creation crawling tLrough the woods one day when be met a Serpent who inquired : "Which way now my -riond?" I atu going to find some spot whero I cau retire from the World. The World has uot used me right and in revenge I will doaert it." "I wouldn't do that." "But I will. Iciu do longer trust any body. I have been cheated lied to and miHuaed uutil I have no faith left. I will uow retire within myself and if any convulsion of nature takes place the country must not blunie me for it. I have borno all thut ono Bear can be expected to put op with." . Bruin went his way until bo found a lonely ipot and he then crawled into a bole and began listening for the Crack of Doom. It mude hiui feel good to think thut Iho World was turning itself bottom aide up becauso ho bad absent- ed himsolf from bight and search and bo was determined not to yield until after fcovural tho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 21 September 1882

Xhe Wool Intere8t9 of-the Abillne DIs incw Otfveiton Kewi Eeptomtar lt. The most important of the growing indastries of this Immediate Beotion o oar state is the production of wool ai it is one of the leading interests of the state at large. It is more importan because of its rapid growth the very l.rvA nroflt accruing and the fact that it is yet in its infancy. Until the las few years these prairies were occupied after the extermination of the buffalo b countless herds of cattle and beef- growing was the chief interest in the section now tributary to Abiline em bracing a eoope of country about 150 by 200 miles between the western edge . i i i iiii 01 the crOBS-umuora iu utuittUHu coun- ty to the Colorado river. But the last year or two have wrought a change in the'principal habitants of our prairies. The large herds of cattle have all been driven westward and only the small herds are left east of the Colorado and south of the Clear Fork of the Brazos (on the map as Elm Fork). They ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 21 September 1882

IX THE LIBRARY. It MSI.AXXA C.0T?4 8paW-trea.I softly threob tbeie halts I Here genius lives enshrined litre rlgo I" 'D Jt' The monarchi of tbe mind. A mibty spirit -host lby com From every age sod cllm I Above burled wrecks of years They breast lb lid of Urn. JVod In tbelr presence-chamber here They bold tbelr rsgel tU. And round lbni throng nobl trlo Ibe gifted and the grot. Oeblll of earth when round thy path Th storms of III arise And when tby brothers pus the by With tern ualovlng eyei litre shall tb pool chnt for the Tblr sweetest loftiest Uy t And prophet wlt lo guide tby iteps In wiidom'l pleasant ways. Come ritb these Ood-anoloted kings II thou companion here And lo the mlgty reslra of mind Thou shall go forth peer. Letter from an Old Texan. Kmtoii Free Pbess : Would you like to Lave a deKcriptioti of tho ChriHtmiw we Situ. t'i Fo prwonern passed in ZucatecnH Mexico ? Oh. when I compare CbrlstmaH days in my boyhood in Germany where all was joy and t-loe for my parents were ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 28 September 1882

s Free I. H. JULIAN it Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR. VOL. XI. SAN MARCOS HAYS COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1882. NO. 44. San PresSo Free Press. "" Published Every Thursday by XSAAiO H. JULIAN To whom all Letters should be Addressed. OFFICE East Side ofPlaza. BATES OFSUBSCRIPTIOX. On ye ar In dvanc fl 00 m months l Threi monlbi " 78 BATES Of" ADYEBTISIXd. One tquire one Insertion 1 00; each addlllon a insertion under on mouth. 60 cents oer sauare. 1 mo. 8 mos. 6 moa. lit mos i a .. 5.00 1 7.00 10.00 16 00 i ti ' 6.f 900 H.OO 20.00 T'eolm. '. 7.001 10.00 10.00 30.00 1J.00 1 20.00 80.00 fcC.OO ' 20.001 35.00 ftUI'O J6.00 Csrds In Business Directory one year 2 00 Legal and Tranalont Advertisement will be charged One Dollar per aquare for tbe first In- tertion and Fifty Cent per square for each arid!- tlonal Insertion. A aquare I tbe ipaee or one Pnetlonal tanare will be counted ai full .mitres. Local and Business Notice will be charged ten rent! per...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 28 September 1882

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. X B JULIAN Publisher. BAN MARCOS ' TEXAS TEXAS TOPICS. A sale of 8000000 acres of Hous- ton and Texas Central rail road lands at $2.25 per acre to London capitalists was made recently. Judge John J. Good an old resi- dent of Texas ex-mayor of Dallas and grand commander of the Knights Templar of Texas died at El Paso on the night of the 17th of September of consumption. Building operations in Dallas are greatly retarded at present for the want of common laborers. Men who former- ly carried the brick and raorter have nearly all gone to the cotton fioldp where they can earn more than they can make in the city. Venison Herald: From a gentle- man who has traveled over a great por- tion of the country west of Deniaon wo learn that the prospects for a largo cot ton yield is very flattering. He says that there are not worms enougn to uo any damage and that the farmers uie jubilant over tho good crop. The Coleman Voice gives the fol- ' lowing ascription of tho destruct...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 28 September 1882

PesmlBff Sjmpathy The M&mondieth Canal ia not here but the Brandy wine river iaonljr tHree miles away. Tbo treasure cities of rjthom and Raamsos which our fath- ers did build are standing yet. One 0fthemb Hickman's spring-house a land flowing with buttermilk and but- ter yellow as the little round pats they chum at the Philadelphia mint; gnd the other in Cocbran'n orchard full to the very tree tops of robins and wrens and red-winged blackbirds and music and sunBhino and restless shad- ows and Isaac's goats. Two of them there are; ubiquitious and impressively illogical in their applications. Isaac g patriarch of six bright summers ia breaking these goats to work in double harness and it is't safe to atand in the same pasture when the goats feel like going. Because they never feel like going the same way. They are only unadimouson the subject of the blackberry patch ar a linen dus- ter. ' . It seems to mo that if I had to keep a pet and could'nt find a camel I would go buy a goat....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 28 September 1882

1 1 a.w In another plice wo cite the full Jut Gould aud U. 8. Grant typo. Bona of oflli kl th fnpAd riftha ladies and children were Free Press. ... proceeding of the Senatorial and Keprencn- quite preposaewuiig. It waa iudeed 1 a Tory ISAAC H JULIAN - - - Editor Ue contention which met at this place jffiff JJH Z Mffi Lut week and at tho beau or our ennorai nj m.orti of thia remarkable people wuoni colnmn. wo take pleasure in placiug the the Lord had ao much trouble in keeping in name of tha nominee of the same. The the right way. We behove they are be- BAN MARCOS TEXAS. "tIIUKSDAY HE?f EMBElt 28 IBM. entered at the roar office at ham makco. TXXAB A.MEOOMU t.M J THE PROPRIETOR CONTROLS ALL AOVERTISIIIQ IN THIS FUTIR on Int l.iwot a win THE OUTSIDE PICES. J3EMO0RATIO 'NOMINEES. " For Congress. Eighth District JAMES F. MILLER of Gonzale. Co. For 8cnator 25th District GEORGE FFEUFFER. of Comal Co. For Representative. C4th Dirfrict 8. Ii. MOBRIDE. of Hay. Co. J. M. STAGNER. of Caldwell C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 28 September 1882

H i P ID 0 0 .Free Press. YAHOOS TE3CiV. V n THL;itPAY. SEPTEMBER 28 1HH2. tjXTrtpriw Coatil ALL til AdwtiiUf tn ttlt P tt UiC'SJS! II Ui ttl OsUili yiju. .1 "Memo by tbe baud. Ge op betiue and leo tho comet iu the gcbool BbirtH (something new) at m M alone' u. ' Hoo- for vle. A. B. Chenoweth. H Mawnk'8 Is headquarters for Mon'a and Byh Boots and Shoes. h jw0 carloads Cooking and Heating n Stove juHt received by Gro. Hennk. Ojcst received a new lot of Ladies' and Children's sbawla at Dailet & Bbo. tt ir- v.nrrfllH Hone v at Ji Johnson Jb Johnson's. Go to Titchford's for ymr 'choice wines A nut " 1 V New stock of Btetons Hats at Malone's. PO New lot of Star Shirts at Malone's. UESTS BC1HB woo vwn ni. jutm o ceived at Malone's. f!iMDATES cards neatly and cheaply O printed at this office. P Wpw line of Prints just received at Dailet & Bbo. For sale cheap. A good chain pump suitable for a cistern. Inquire at thi8 office. Kew line of Ladies' Misses and Children's shoes at Dailet ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 28 September 1882

TflES AND NOW. I wUb I wr In.y Kln I " Thaa wroU a peol bard. But 'twM a foolUh wUh to pen Though trouble preaod him hard. Oh. wbo to childhood would rtorn Ileptat bU chrqunretl yeara; Ono more their rigid leaaoaa learn; Of turmoil toil and Uara? bat lighter pagea would bo traced WUbin the book ot time; What reoord of wrong word" eraod What deeda bow more Bubliinc? Ala tbo human will ia weak To curb tha paion wild; Man may think or act or apeak With uaturo undefiled. And abould he trtad life'a path again Not all the garnered loro Iloapod from the barycata that have been Would make him err no more The aarae tmnptationa "till would riae To obarro bia liokle clay; Tbo aanie dark oioudaobnuure the kiea The aume anarea fill bia way. And then aa now would be repeat Tbo f ullica of tbo paat; Hurl prudenco fioin ita regal acat And truth behind him cant. No ardent longing -can repair The momenta fled away; Hut thoae may be improcd with oaro That come to u to-day. They boar down tiuie'a ruahi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 28 September 1882

ELECTRICITY AND GAS fon tlit Adilreaa of Dr. a W. Element. pie largest and most extensive applio- tionof electrio energy at the present ftmii to lighting' bat considering t.-mnch has of late been said and -ritten for and against this new illu minant I shall here confine myself to a few general remarks. .ouie nasBnown that if A0 elcctrio current is passed girough a conductor the whole of the energy lost by the current is converted into heat or if the resistance be local- lead into radient energy comprising jMt light and actinio rays. Neither the low beat rays nor tho ultra violet of highest refrangibility ellect the retina md may be regarded as lost energy the effective rays being those between the red and violet of . the spectrum which to their combination produce the effect of white light. The nrinoiDal argument in favor of the electric light is furnished by its im munity from produots of combustion which not only heat the lighted apart- ments but substitute corbonioacid and delete...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 28 September 1882

rrorrtdlngi of flen.torUl Contention. Continued frvm Jlrtt page. UUot th- toU Undina precisely M ou th dy Mor: It u evident that the dead lock oouU not be broken nd on the een iith ballot Ilou. L. J. Htorer took the auud and In a few patriotic and eloquent remark witudrew bia name. Hon Oeo. PfeuJer wi then elected by acclamation and the contention at 10 o'clock adjourned iuo die. KtraEaiHTATXYE OOHVCXTIOH.. Immediately after the adjournment of the en.torial contention the representative convention wae called to orJJr by Mr. Ferg Krle. of Hay county. Tbe barna of repre ..mtlnn mlrtnta.l IjT the GftlTCHtlOn Wn mntoA. Crt. J. Nil of Caldwell county m ftWto.l tMtrtuniitnt chairman and C it iLrfnn nf IIiTi coontr. ajecretary. Nomination for repreaentativea being In nrdor Mr. Hutcbina nominated Juage n. Mr.RriJfl. of ILivH-couutr. and Mr. A. B Knv nf flaldwelL CoL J. N. Staenor of . j . - T.nliniT On motion they were nominated by ac. clarnation. Tha Tdiitfoim of the State Convention u-Att...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 5 October 1882

Sao Marcos Free Press I. Hi JULIAN "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR VOL. XI. SAN MARCOS HAYS COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 5 1882. NO. 45. Free Press. Published Every Thursday by ISAAC H. JULIAN To whom all Letters should be Addressed. OFFICE East Side ofPiaza. BATES OFSUBSCRIPTIOy. One year In advance $t month! ' fl 00 1 9S Three months 7S RATES Or ADVERTISIKG. One square one Insertion fl 00; each addition- insertion under one month 60 cents oer sauare. 1 mo. 3mos. 6 mot. Umoi 1 t)aure J " S " j( coltn H " I " 2.60 ) 6.00 7.00 9.00 10.00 20.00 36.00 6.00 10.00 12.00 20.00 80.00 6l CO $ 10.00 16.00 20.00 30.00 6C.00 76.00 3.00 5.00 7.001 12.001 20.00 Business Cards one inch or less one year s 00 Cards in Business Directory one year $2 00 Legal and Transient Advertisements will he charged One Dollar per square for the flrst In- sertion and Fifty Cents per square for each addi- tional Insertion. A squate Is the spsce of one Inch. Frsctlonal squares will be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 5 October 1882

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. IL JULIAN Publisher. BAN MARCOS TEXAS TEXAS TOritS. Three ship load of boef cattle hate recently left Alvarado Mexico for Ua Tana. Nearly 100000 bead of sheep aro ivArtisftd for sale in the Colorado Mitchell connty Clipper. tcv linn !en resumed on the temporary capital recently damaged by rain and wind storm. Seven car loads of cotton were fcnrnfld on the Sunset road at Eagle Lake on tho 21th of September The transportation business af tho Texas & New Orleans Pacifio railroad has assumed 6uch magnitude that thir- tv now eucines and several hundred MAitf sinwj TiAYTA UOW vain v wwm v. which have arrived and been placed on the line. From the top of his residence the editor of tho Timex can look off a dis- tance of twenty miles into Bosque and Erath counties and only the water-shed between the Cowhonso and Leon rivers prevents a glance into Comanche Lam- pasas and Coryell counties. The view is a magnificent 'one and embraces Bomo of the most beautiful country...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 5 October 1882

The Fte of the Fellue. A fet Buck rat Lived in A bin. Tom cat Saw that Big fat Bock rat. ' -Ah mel" 8uid bo TU Ktoro Ilia gore Within Myfikin!" But that Tom cat Could not Him spot. Tom whined And pined For that Buck rat. And grew Thin. too. One day That way A man Once ran Did slap A trap Bight in That bin For that Buck rat Stole corn Each morn. When that Tom oat Crawled in That bin For that Buck rat The trap . Let drap On that 'Ere cat! . He died Inside .The trap Sad hap! But that . Buck rat Stole corn Jfext morn. ' . Euymv Field FALLING IN LOVE. How It Comes Abou t in a Printing Office. NOTE FROM'eDITOR JTO COMPOSITOB. Ellis York finds fault with proofs of her story. Says "you correct her man- uscript incorrectly;" that you have substituted the word "wonderous" for "wondrous" that there is no such word as"wonderous;" that you made "over- ripe" a single word when it is a com- pound one; that in short you do not . rAavcLa-nA TTMll' VvilQlTlPHR CiV SIT Pi (pl- uuuuovajiu jwu. uu-w7 me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 5 October 1882

Free Press. ISAAC H. JULIAN Editor. BAN MAROOS TEXAS. THURSDAY OCTOBElt G 182. I ENTEItKO AT TUB POST OFFICE AT BAM MABOOS TEXAS An KCOND VIjAB ' J THE PROPRIETOR CONTROLS ALL AD"1"8 IN THIS PrlH on nt miuc wn.-. THE 0UT5I0E PAGES. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. For Coiirwiw Eihth District of Gonzales Co. For Senator 25th Di'ntrict GEORGE PFEUFFER. of Comal Co For Represontatives Clth District S. B. MCBRIDE. of Hays Co. J. M. STAGNER. of Caldwell Co. Announcements of Candidates. Stale Senator. We ere authorised to announce MAJ. W. O. HUTCHISON nf Pin Marcos candidate for Senator from the 2.-ih Senatorial District District Prosecuting Attorney We are authorized to announce J. M. BETHANY of Austin County. m candidate for Prosecuting Attorney of the 15th Ju- dicial District. For Treasurer. TOTHK VOTEBfl OP HAV8 COUNTY. We are authorized to announce JOHN H PATTERSON. candidate for re-election to the ofllce of Treasurer of Baya County. We are authorized to announce ROBERT MALONE. candidate for Tre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 5 October 1882

0 . Free Press. 9AN UAROOS TBXAI. TIICBSDAY. OCTOBER li 1882. ITii Propriitor Control! ill tbi AlrutliiBt la tMi jpr n thiQTSIiG it will onma pijii. X " H035wCB NEWS. 0 TIME TABLE. r hlgmtional and Great Korthern Hailrcid H SAN ANTONIO DIVISION: n BOCKD SOUTH MAIL. An.Un 8A5P.Jf i . ...ii ... ..4 .51 7:45 A. M. 8:1T SXe ::::::::::;! KsABC08....6flll Hunt" New Brunfeli....-28 " ?. Antonio.... 8:W " 8:41 9.05 VtJd Iff o.m 10:40 " 10 3$ 1J:!I0 P. V. 0 05 0 BOUND SORTS. mail rxrann in.tln 11.05 A. M 8:40 P. M. u..hic 10:31 " 6:41 Pupr M.I0 Kyle JU:0 BAN MARCOS... 9:38 B.t.r....... Nw Braunfel....8:5 Bin Antonio.. ....7.15 " 6;26 6:05 " 4.84 4 09 " S:3'i 1.45 L More rain! Another 'great show' in prospect M Hub goods at Mrs. Jones' and Miss Lee's. 1 Considerable sickness is prevailing. H Coen is selling on our streets at 40o abu. See new advertisement of Turner & Co. Hogs for sale. A. B. Chenoweth. P Candidates cards neatly and cheaply printed at this office. jj Stock of Zephyr Wools ...

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

MiuKiunrsiunniTKit. Irtmlt fro l'rM. Yef that' the o d mill over there? Kind cf purfy and romantio looking ain't it? But it taenis awful lonesome to u folks h4 kuow it full of life- and jut ji'liog iu tlio gri t alt day long. That there water-wheel didn't fctop for repair-ia them days; it just buzz id along all tho tiaie and th.i teams stood around and you'd tee the boys coming up the hill ridin' an old maro with a great sack of graiu ihioan ovtr her in itcad of a Buddle-trit-trot and a half- crown barefooted boy on her neck- folks alius aent a boy to mill in those days if they had one. And you soe thatthoro old houso? There' where Miller Jim and his darter lived. We boys used to cast bheeph's eyes over at that door I tell you and when she'd come and look out kind of unconcious like end purtend not to see up but shade her eyes with her hand and look way down the valley it was just as if an angel from Heaven had lit down there. Party? Why there wan'fc a chap in Bugt.r Valley that did...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 5 October 1882

X Editress at Fonrtten. Vw York 8tr. Comparatively 'ow PeoPl0 0 that many boy an irls between tbe vgea of ten and twenty yeara either edit print publish or contribute to miniature journals wbioU are issued chiefly fr amusement and instruction but which frequently become a paying Investment ... Tbe most successful of these sheets is the Hurricane edited and published by Miss Eva E. Britton a young lady of fourteen at Charleston S. C who is at present in this city . She was met the other evening by a Star reporter in the parlor of the St. Nicholas hotel and greeted the scribe with a native smile as she offered mm a seat me young editress is of petite form has largo in telligent eyes pretty features and long tresses of wavy chestnut hair. She an ewered all the questions promptly and in a most vivacious manner. "I feel fatigued" she said. "I have been in Cyrus W. Field's company all day and he is such a busy man you know." "What is the circulation of tho Hurricane "I have 5000 bona fide...

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

From St. Louis. 8t. Locu Bept M. 1882. r.DrroB Fxei Pbbwj The iwtnenw j.wtmratiou. for the "OreatFair" re alino-. completed 'he illumination of the city will Lenin on Monday night nd continue ........ nlnlit Anrlna the oomlucr week. I would liko to give the readon. of the Fata Pbdw a description of the principal iireeut but this is ImposHiblo. Those who will be ;n n..Ar faraet the Rlaht. Fourth and Fifth BtreetWahlngroD.Tenue Olive at 4. A . .-I. nnd Tine atreoti present a pence. biwu .st ninaa. covered with counties red ... olmui dobes. which will WUiVV Ctui O ' .ui .n nnhrnVen flood of fire and light for mile in every direction. Enormoue arches of ga pipes surmounted oy pyramiua t colored globes pan intersecting etreeU .1 i. i;n ti v. AkAn bv the Prophet of Khorassan whose flag of yellow and pur- i : nn wnvinrr from a thousand windows. The many business houses are making a magnificent dinpiay of goods tastoiuuy n birpa windows surmounted or clectrio lights that make the night look...

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