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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 12 October 1882

an Marcos Free Press J.H.JULIAN 'Prove All Things! Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PHOPIUETOU VOL. XI. SAN MARCOS HAYS COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 1 2 1882. NO. 4G. To Business Men. There is'no ylace in or out of the State where Groceries are sold as low freight and time consider ed as thfy are tn Houston. The fact has Icen fully eslab lulled that Cotton is received more promptly handled quicker at less exoenscs and with better results in Houston than anywhere in the State. A personal inspection of my stock and manner of doina the Cotton Business will more Oian confirm the above assertions. Please favor me with a call when you visit Houston. WM. D.CLEVELAND Wholesale Grocer and Cotton Factor HOUSTON TEXAS. DABBTS CHERRY m THE BEST REMEDY FOB Diseases of the Throat ana Lungs. JNr ry rV In diseases of the pul- 21 X ilA monarv organs a safe and reliable remedy is invaluable. Aveb's CiiERitv Pectoral is such a remedy and no other so eminently mer its the commence 01 the public. It is a...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 12 October 1882

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. X. II. JULIAN Publisher. BAH MARCOS . . TEXAS TEXAS TOl'lt'S. Ouo thouBando"ne hundred and sixty gallons of wine Lave been made by 0. Fletcher Fannin county this year. In Texas there is a law requiring trains to stop half an hour at the state line before leaving the tate. It is only enforced at Texarkana .however. -At Huntsvillo Texas about sunrise on the 25th of September five con- victs escaped by crawling through the sewer vi tuu t" m 11 - MAnirflTiii irvi wuw " u .ois waca twoc.ptu.ea t f the neniieuumj. the fifth cscapeu. n ihe i8t of October the western i th Sunset roud was com Ited to the Pecos river. The eastern v n.swhpm. or Calif ornia road Gnu VI iu""' ' mi 7 . m -et f tlifl Pecos. The is but zumiieo wo. v. two roads will no doubt forma junc tion before the 1st of November. TpTas Land Company Alio A '"w oWSaPfl a manufactory oi nave tni""" ... cement and fertilzer out of the gypsum that composes bluffs along the eastern plateau in Nolan coun'ty.and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 12 October 1882

LIFE. jTo MiM Julia II. Lesverton. Oh life i earnest Jjfe i real 5rtl it on thy tender heart k?d tby future hopoful weal from tby pretence ne'r can part. r . hv present e'er be duty lid thy watohword be the truth Then the Gods will wan thy beauty . Lending charms unto thy youth. And yon grow in coralna years Grow sweetly in a heaveuly graoo That life tor thoe may have Dp fears And time for thee do rugged paoo. In theae thy now and happy daya Forsot not that you have to live. For fcrtater deeds and greater waya Will make you in the future givo. Forset not that you have to die And leave thia lonely earthly home And if prepared you will not aieh When winged angola call thee home. Thia world ia called "a fleeting show" And life "a swift and pobbly stream" Yet all we have and all we know Ia'not an empty floating dream. May peace and pfcasure be thy lot ; Tby pathway ever green with flowers. And lovo tby riou and holy cot On which to dream away life's hours. Now. may the poet's willing ra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 12 October 1882

Free Press. GLOVER & CO. BANKERS; Attn im:ai.i:un i i:ciia.icii: SAN MARCOS TEXAS. Sjxcittl atttntion paid to collection! jly 28 A MARCOfl TEXAS. 5 15 0 ID o 0 r t 1 0 A HI 0 a) r4 0 Tili-'IIPDAY. OCTOHEK 1'.' 18W8. rVjki rrop-titor Cwtrola ALL tt AlTMtlting In this IiC?xvi.Ji j-m jj w c. 0 TIME TABLE. feslinil ai fait Msa EmIteI HSAN ANTON io in vision: BOCKD BOCTU. mil.. .3.SSP. M ..4.31 " ..4:44 " ..6.06 ..6:81 " .. 6 5 ..6:28 " . 8:00 " BOUND KORTH. KAIL . 11. OR A.M. axrrttgs 1M A. U. 8:1T " 8:41 8.05 " B::l " 1U.-40 10 XH u:io r. II. nttn Mancbac. Pttl're Kyle ?AS MARCOS. Ilunirr Hew RrsnnMs. .XPttESS 6:40 P. U 6:41 Atln jlincbace Dopre Kri lU MARCOS. HntitT...... Sew Braunrele.. gtn Antoulo... . 10;3l . 10.20 .10:00 .. 9:3fl ...9.15 ...8:45 ...MS 6:05 4.S4 49 8:32 1.45 A Valuable Cyclopedia at a Bargain. AVe have a new copy of the latest Edin- M j edition of Chambers's Cyclopedia with H an addition of about one-third by American U editors devoted to American topics the H ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 12 October 1882

'1 a ;. .' . v J I I if I ! boa Free Press. ISAAC It JULIAN - - Editor. HAN MA.R0O3 TEXAS. THURSDAY OCTOBER 12 183 I KNTKUED AT TUB POHT OFFICB AT HAN MAUC08 TEXAS AS SBOOND CLASS JIATTEH. J THF PRDPR1ET0R CONTROLS ALL ADVERTISING IN THIS PIPER ON THE INSIDE AS WELL AS THE OUTSIDE PAGES. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. For Congress. Eighth District JAMES F. MILLOt of Gonzales Co. For Senator 25th District GEORGE PFEUFFER of Couiul Co For Representative 91t District. J. K. 8TAGNER. of Caldwell Co. Announcements of Candidates. We l re authorised in announce MA J. W O. HUTCHISON of San Marcos as a candidate for benator Irom the 25ih Senatorial District Oiatricl rreaeciitlnff Attorney. We are anlhnrlzed to announce J. M. BETHANY of Aaatlo County ae a caodidete lor Proiecutlnj Attorney oltnejomvu diclal District. For County and DUtrlcl Clerk We are auiborlied to announce J AS. a. BURLESON hi.i.io rnr Connt and Dlstrlot Clerk of naye Oonnty. I'or Trcaaurer. TO THE YOTKRS OP HAYS COUNTY. We are autho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 12 October 1882

A ( THIOL'S DEVICE. Mol Vc.aaU (I llh ArpMttM Termed a Skip link. Jtoitou Corr-(iUilriica v''w Yor'' "''r''' There Uxh been a aeries of iutercht iug cxporiaients going on Lore with i mMiitlr invented ship bruko which i' likely to greatly decrease tLo dangers of sea travel aud with modincatious may probablv bo nJo ' aervicein craft of BlIMinieneiouH. The purpose oi iuo brake iH to prevent collision and aud denly retard the passago of a bteomer toward auy poiut of peril. Ihenumuer of diHiihter that Lave occurred iu the past few years and Lave been due to such causeB.led the jnventor to epouu a considerable period in devising and tierfectinflr bis appuratus. Its availabin ty for tLe object it is proposed to serve baa now been fairly tested ana genue men wLo can speak authoritatively about marine affairs believe that it will bo a moat useful and valuable acquisition to the equipment of seagoing vessels. The priuciple of the invention is so simple that those who eaw its workings yester- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 12 October 1882

THE COWBOYS' DUEL. Killed 1b Two Vlaatoi A IlemarkibU tU right Denver Republican. There arrived in this city yesterday young man who has a wonderful his- tory even for the wild western oountry 3 la destined to rank at no distant far with Cody and Hickok Sy Slocum wd Carson. His namo is John Kelly gad while the name is not a familiar one to lovers of literature treating of jild adventure it will at no distant day beoome a 'household word. Kelly was pupU of Buffalo BUI and Gapt. Bur- ton on the old Tawnee reservation in Nebraska where he herded cattle and was known as "Kid Frank." He brings in the first news of a ter- rible tragedy in whioh he took part jut three weeks ago. The .story is one of wonderful romance and thrilling inter- est and is perhaps the most remarkable affair of the kind ever known. Kelly married a well-to-do Mexican woman and secured a fine ranch forty miles square in Old Mexico on the Baa Pedros riverj close to the line. He be- came known far and wide by his skill...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 12 October 1882

Depot. Said lUilrr Jones ! "Sow ruu.t wt (0 Without delay to lb dee-po ?" Laughed sweet Miss Jones "I should isyso Lei's start at once to the dsy po." Smiled Mrs. Jones "In quick step ob We'll all ma down to tot dep-po." Groined Mr. Jones "Its mighty tot To drlva you sll to tba dee-pot TLi a confllcta of proouDclallon Would Dot bs If tbsy called It "ststloo." Why with tbaia names confust tba bead f Il'a Southern title la "ear-shed." Sunday School Con rent Ion. The Nay County Sunday School Conven. (ion will bold iU next regular soiwion at Sci ence Hall (three milen eiwt of Kyle) Satur. day and Sunday Oct. 2th and 2:th. Open at 10 o'clock a. m. HnturdAy. AU Sunday huhoola in the county and border nchooln in ndjoining counties are requeued to send uolCKateH. Ail Sunday school workers are invited to attend whether delegate or not J. II. Combs Cor. Secretary. There is a Btandxtill in the work of malt ing county maps in the general land office ou account of the boundnrios of countios not ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 19 October 1882

n 1 T IT free Press COS VJLdlJI I.HJULJAN "Prove All Things I Hold Fast' that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR VOL. XI. SAN MARCOS HAYS COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 19 1882. NO. 47 Hie Cotton Market Is now steady at nettled prices. If you desire to obtain the best re- sults of the most active marlxt in the state ship your Cotton to Wm. D. Cleveland the well hwwn Cotton Factor and Wholesale Grocer at Houston. Large raceipts extensive transac- tions admirable system prompt and correct returns; time fea- tures of his business enable him to guarantee satisfaction to all Ship- pers and have made his business what it is. Send for Daily or Weelcly Cotton Reports. Notice of Final Settlement. The State op Texas : To all persona interested in the estate of Edward Burleson deceased. Thos. E. Sneed Executor of raid Estate has presented and filed in the Comity court of Hays County his final account as to the General Fund of said estate which will be heard rtt a term of said court to be held at the Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 19 October 1882

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. L If. JULU. PuUiaber. BAN MARCOS TEXA8 TEXAS TOPICS.- Crops in Montague arc the best ever known. The latent wrinkle vX Houston is courting by telephone. The coul Hcam now Wing worked in "Wise comity is threo feet thick and gets thicker tlio further down it is worked. Freight on tlie Texas and Pacific railroad has been reduced on wool from the wstcm counties ho objec- tinn can bo offered to this generous nf freight-tariffs on tins com modity bat it might bo done in favor of cotton Alto. Jim Alexander of Concho went alone brio the 'Guadalupe mountains recently to seek a ranch location and never returned. Search was instituted ni.;man1 his dead . body found fif teen miles from Roewell New Mexico where it appears he perished 01 wirsi Vmm renorts tmst received tfrom fin mi r nkntations it is estimated by experts that the Texas sugar crop will exceed this year that of any previous year. The cane growth is larger than heretofore and the quality of .product superior t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 19 October 1882

UOYT TO MKSMEIUZE. flkleh Ik Sshjecl li Treses. Tkrowa lata recent writer on the mysteries of mesmerism says: j. my u uown ns a matter which am bo verified by oil who are curious ouough to try it that " Ml'. 1 the mesmeric coiiuiuoua tun uo pro iliiced without the supposition of t Bubtilo fluid without the cabalistic misses of the mesmerist without the Louet the magnetic rod or any of lm mysterious means employed by the professionals to heighten the effect of yili&i WIHUU u fcuw nuujjic mm CUU till- attractive if performed straightfor- wardly. The directions are these: Place the person to bo operated on naturally in a 'chair. With your left baud suspend by a string about a foot from the eyes 6ome small object a dark marble or a bright steel ball or a diamond it matters ; not what though something bright is perhaps preferable. " Direct the subject to fasten his eyes and concenter his atten tion on the object left hand until the object is as far above the eyes of the patient as is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 19 October 1882

Free Press. ISAAC E JULIAN Editor. SAN KAROOS. TB3CAfl tiiuhsuaV October i ma. I EKIIlif U Kt TM POST OmCI AT HAH MABCOS ' . .... ....) 1 TEXAS AWOTWOMJ j iur PRHPiETflR CONTROLS ALI IDVEBTISIKO M THIS PAPER ON THE INSIDE IS WELL IS THE OUTSIDE PICES. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. For Congress Eighth District JAMES Y. MILLER of Gonzales Co. For Senator 25th District GEOltGE FFEUFFEU. of Gonial Co for Representative MUt picric t J. N. RTAGNER. ' of Caldwell Co. Announcements of Candidates. State Senator We ere Dlhorled to anno unce MAJ. W. O. HUTCHISON W Stn Marcoa e candidate for Senator from lie 3Mu Senatorial Dllrict. District 1'roaecutlng Attorney Wa are authorized to announce J. A. BETHANY ef Aoelln Comity at a candidate for Proeentlng Attorney of the 16th Judicial Uietrtct. representative. We ate aataorlaed to announce E. Et. LYNCH of Oaldwefi Coirnfy ae aeamndate for ntpreienlav live rn the LeWture from the 9Ui Uli tnct. County Judge. We1 art autborlied to announce ED. R. KONE an a can...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 19 October 1882

0 H 0 H H a 0 in H d CD 0 id 0 0 HI o pree Press. r . i H KAROOS THXA. L0 i; . rT...it Cntrtlft ALL til liwtlllfl ll till f r)ri" ' Wi UJOfSW M wUl lit OiUli ftpi. jji -TTTnui of frenh produce at y v.- WM. OlMM'i. M Two carloads of baggiug And tiea Just w- l w;ved by G- Coukisii ftt O. W. DouftlHoa & Co.s. Appl Bulter 10 cout- Bt ' w' Don" Haifa's. A 0. Bvtlsr has opened a fruit vegota- be 'nnd confectionery btoro three dooie 7j above lMily's corner. J 8ek advertisement of St Peter's and Paul's 0 Boarding School New Braimfels. Mksh' Biysaad Ionian' Clothing in good variety. johnbo a johnbonu. ki pES aivertidoiuont of a stock ranch aud jA goats tot 6ftlo. A rare chance. 0 Stock Complete in all departments prices on.a Johnhon & Johnson. Ci The Went Texas Methodist Conference convened at Beguin on yesterday. kj Xwo barrcli Choice Honey at H J OHNBON & J OHNSON'B. A second lot of winter prints expected in a few days. jobnson a johnbon. Eecollkct the change of time of the Loc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 19 October 1882

THE QUIET OAKDEK. All al'.tut U tho Rrlen Whew tho ouiulren uoil to atray The children uw-n aud woman now tirown up and gone awav. Amid tbe trtfe and toil of life Hate never nine to play. Here in the rutlinr bteohee Onoe tho linnet lofd to ainu ; The l.iid etill awika th old hoiue-ncat. While human henru take mug ; Forwanhaa lew r.f faitbfulniM Than any living thing. Oh heart grown nour with eorrow While tbe awift year tly apace la there no tvcrlaatinu love That knowa not time nor apace T All lovea revive and grow and thrive In (iod'a great renting place. The tieaaurea of Ilia kingdom Are our old tbinga all made new Old hopea old aceuea and faded flow era Baptized with heavenly dew; The in and doubt b wanhea out And lcavoa the pure and true. Wait in the quiot garden While the linnet trills ita aontf ; The other voioea ailcnt now fehull come to thee ere long. Earth'a weakneaa pat. love a tone at last bhall ring out clear and atrong. THE INVALID CLERK. BY SHIRLEY BROWNE. It was tho tw...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 19 October 1882

JUYER HOBItOIL The famous steamer R. E. Loe was homed ou the . Mississippi river thirty ljeB south of Vicksburg causing the u!j of twenty-one lives and the total instruction of tlie boat and freight. The was valuod .at $187000 and rried insurance amounting to $50- nob. Many acts of daring and hero ' 'Wfre narformed by employes o: the fatal boat in warning and assisting passengers to places of safety. The itorv of the disaster is thus told by captain William Campbell: "We left Vicksburg about 6 o'clock Ion Friday evening with about 4G0 bales of cotton ou board about 80 .oBHMirrers. and a caew of about 00 or TflO including officers. We first dis ynvered the fire just below Brooks Tondin Miss. about 85 miles below ViMcsburer. The fire was first seen in kitchen a little after 8 o'clock Sat urday morning. Pilot Stout Engineer Stout Engineer Perkins the second mate. Kilpatrick Clerks Hall Wells nd Bell and myself were on watch at the time. I shouted to the pilot to and the boat as quick ....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 19 October 1882

From St. Louis. St. Locia Oot 13 1881 Eorroi Furr I'b A 1 domeutio tragedy ooourred at 1 o'olock thin morning at No. 2t. 19 Lacloda Avenue Mr. na w. CuatIm Siaglej bv two married lew than nina weeks and haro redded at their richly t urnUhed heme abore numbered wince their arrival here from Independence Muwouri the birthplace of Mm. Singley v Irene whiu. The atorr of their brief and un- hftffpr union is .Imply the old .tory of bru tal treatment and cold negloct of the hus- band toward norroua and aenritiTe young woman Just taken from home and care of indulgont and devoted pareew. lua oon- tinned absence from Lome and studied con- tompt for his young wife drove her to de- spair and in a rash and Jmpuhdv moment slie sprang from her bed where she lay very ill and aeizing a pUtol upon the mantel hot her husband fatally. The readers of the Ytn Pbess doubtloss romombor the.bitter war waged here by the authorities this summer against the lottery aad other gambling hells of this city. It ion...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 26 October 1882

rcos Free j.h. JULIAN it Provo All Things i Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PHOPIUETOU VOL. XI- SAN MARCOS HAYS COUNTY T.EXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 26 1882 NO. 48. Ma PresSo 2L0 Free Press " published Every Thursday by ISAAC H. JULIAN 1o whom all Letters should be Addressed. OFFICE East Side ofPlaza. Jl A TJCS OrsUBSCBIPTIOX. OHiwm fix mo!1" ' fire month M . .ft 00 . Ill 75 JtATJCS Of AD YSRTISIXG. . .....ra. una Insertion $1 00 1 etch addition .I Insertion undtr out month CO eenti nor iaui.ro. J jl ma. Snioa. 6 moi. H moo ) uunri-. I " S " 1 colw J " 1 - 1.50 5.00 5.00 TOO B.Of ! 0.00 7.00 I 10.00 lt.OOl 30.00 80.00 S5.00 f 6.00 10.00 13.00 30.00 SO.UO RU CO 10.00 15 00 30.00 30.00 6C.00 75.00 Dulni.Crd one loch or lea one year 8 00 Card lu Butluess Directory one year f'J 00 Legsl nd Transient advertisement will be cl.rged One DolUr per tquar for the Brt lo- lertioo. and Fifty Cent per quar for each addl- llonal Insertion. A square I the paoe of one Inch. Fractional squares will be cnuut...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 26 October 1882

SIN 1IARC0S FREE PRESS. I. H. JULIAN Publiaber. SAN MARCOS . TEXAS TEXAS TOPICS. A new opera-house to cost $6000 is to be erected at Waco atonce. .-Cattle valued at 13500000 are calmly grazing in what was hi yean ago absolutely an Indian country. Two hundred tiiousand head of 'sheep were driven gueo recentiy to Texas and CO.OOO wethers to Nebraska. Denison celebrated her tenth birtiiday September 20. She claims C O xXbiLts and lie property valued at 2500000. Col Kylo has sold his sugar plantation near Walker stetion to td. Cunningham for $8oCXXi ana immediately bought TerdeU's planta- . tion for 25000. -Nueces county pays taxes on 27- 2C4 horses value 307233; 128143 cattle value 1278420; jacks value 900; 150185 sheep value 281Uo 8005 goats value 8440. woman in Texas. She has 50 000 Bheep grazing on the ranges of Uval- da and Bandera counties. Her income torn wool is estimated to- be more than 80000 per year. One of the first things the people of Denison did in the board shanty 'days...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 26 October 1882

THE RIGHT OF WAY. "Yes" 6ii clulctr biting off the tip of a ciSar uld dowly ecrntcking .match on luslcff! 'I've seen a good Seal of milroad hie that 8 interesting lj exciting in Uie twenty years thut rve been twisting brakes nml slam- miiig tho doors for ft living. "Ive seen all kinds of sorrow and all liuJs of joy 6cen tho happy bridal courlo starting out oil tlicir wedding tourwitli the bright and hopeful fu- ture before theni and tno black robed mourner Oil ner vjr tu it liuw-iumie wave wherein alio must bury the idol of her lonely old heart "Wealth and pincliing poverty ride on the same train and the merry laugh of the joyous healthy child is mingled rriih the despairing sign 01 me ageu. The great antipodes of life are familiar to the conductor ior every uay uie extremes of the world are meeting be- npnlh his eye "I've mutilated the ticket of many a black-leg and handled the passes of nil our most eminent dead-heads. don't know what walk in life is more crowded with thrilling in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 26 October 1882

Free Press. ISAAC 11 JULIAN Editor. QAM fctAnOOU TJ33CA-B. TIIDKSDAY. OCTOBER 26 1M3. I svriaio at ria post omo at uimom TBXAS AS 001Ct CLaJI MtTTU. J v7r PRnpaiFTPH C01TROLS ALL HOIfERTISIKO It THIS PAPER C(f THE WIDE IS Wai M THE OUTSIDE PACES. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. For Cougriwn Eighth District JAMEH r. aimiS of Gonzales" Co. For Senator 25th District GEORGE PFEUFl'ER. of Comal Co. For RcpreRentatire .Mst District. J. N. BTAGNER. of Caldwell Co. Announcements of Candidates " Mnte Menalwr We ars authorised to announce MA J. W. 0. HUTCHISON of n Varooe as candidate for Senator from ths Win Senatorial instnei. District Preenl" Attrr Ws Srs suiborlifd to announce J. O. BETHANY ef Austin County. candidate for Prosecuting Attorney of the 16lh Judicial District. itepresentaUtr-e. We are antliorlted to announce E. E. LYNCH nt Gllo1l County as acandldalo lor Represents- tied In Ui lrgllture from tho Hot Wetnct. Coun'r Jvtlf e. Ws ere .uthorltsd to aoouaoo ED. R. KONE as a candidate for re-e...

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