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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 26 October 1882

a"H 53 0 S Si o CD 0 hi H 4 c3 ' 5 H 0 A H 0 0 A (SI H 0 tf tfj tf) H a 0 5 Free Press. jSA.JSf UlAliOOS. TEXAS. VllUitSDAV. O0T0BE11 20, 1H82. i- tb Prtpriitor Control ill ttl AJvwUalaglattJi TIME TABLE. SAN ANTONIO DIVISION: nOUKD SOUTH. maiim .n.nn p. v. ,..481 " ..:44 " ..6.05 ,..6:3 " lirun . 7.'45 A. X, , 8:1T " 8:41 " 8.U5 M 8:30 " . 1040 10 38 Un, Nanchaca Itepr Huuirr New Brauulele.. gai Antonio... .. e.f5 ..6:28 " . H:UO " tS:x0 f, 11. BOUSD KOBTH. NAIL. (rami, Aaitln Ileucbaca Uopre Kyi ' RAN' MARCOS. Ituntrr . 11.U6A.U . 10:31 " . 10.SO " 8:40 P. II, 6:41 " ; 6:05 " 4.M 4d 3:3i 1.45 " ,10.00 " .. 8:38 " ,..0.15 " Drw Braunfel Ban Antonio.. ...8:45 " .v7.1 A Valuable Cyclopedia at a Dargaln. We have a new copy of the latest Edin burg edition of Chambers's Cyclopedia, with An Addition of about one-third by American editors, devoted to American topics, the whole in 19 handsome volumeB. It is con ceded to bo the best woijjc of the kind for the price, and is brought down to 1...

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. — 26 October 1882

OUJl owx. It I hid kaown In tu luurnlng How wfrjiy all tliaday Tu wurJi unlttnd WouM trouble my mind mi11 wlioti you went away. h4d lu ;or crrf ul. darlliiR, Nor lvn ' ! Pl lint w vBiourown" WIUi look anil toua V inlnUt neri't taka bac fln For tUo' In th iiiltit 8nlu Von my Klve tuo llio klaa i f ic, Yl It Dilut ba Tlat never for mo The pa... of the hrart ahould cene. How uitny go forth In the morning That nrvnr o jiue home at nitfht ; And urart have broken lor liawh word wpoken . That enriow ran ne'er eet right We navo cartful thouht for the Uraniter And mullei for the onieUme guett, lint oft for "our own" The bitter tone, Tho' we love our own the bent Ah I llpi with tli curl lui.tlont. Ah I brow with that look of acorn, Twere a cruel fate Wore the night too lato To undo the work of morn. THE POSTMAN S STOltY. "As I was Baying, it was Valentino's day, 1872. My routo was from Seventh to Twelfth on Spruce street. Tho lo cality was a good deal more fashiona ble then than now, and some...

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. — 26 October 1882

KILLED IS WAR. . ,k4 ikd f Dtlmcll Uwfal ait 0Dtlaiuan't MMtcln. Tt is curious to notice destructions in naval warfare between lawful and unlawful methods, similar to those conspicuous on land. Such projectiles nails or glass are excluded from the Est of things that may be used in good tflr and the declaration of St. Peters- . .nTidemns explosive bullets as .1 sn ATI A clement as on the other Unfounded charges by one belligerent ncainst another are, however, always liable to bring the illicit method into naa nn both sides under the pretext of reprisals, as wo see m tlie Brest by tlie French Vice Admiral Marshal Conflans (Nov. 8, 1759): "It is absolutely contrary to the law of nations to make bad war, and to shoot i,oiifl at tlie enemy, who must always L fmifrlit according to the rules of honor with tlie arms generally em- rinlifA nations. Yet some Captains have complained that tlie English have used such weapons against them.. It is, therefore, only nn these complaints, and with an ...

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. — 26 October 1882

TOO IJITE. Th trail depart el half pest flfkt, Tb traveller raut.p.e U y.t m.y reach lb uilo.U lleloMt la kit fee I II mm tbt trtla lld down tbi treak tUturui it lit ftli And mutter t lit wandr bk t "llt't lt wbt com to Uttl' At ill tbt dlnnr'moklngot, Tbt wlut fotmi la tbt !ih, Tbt soup I boiling from tbt pot ffulcb daft t waiter, paaa. But tbt win la Bat, tbt aoop It told. If you coot to dlu at t If hi You tat tbt oM, old nor J told, "Ha'i left wbo eomt t lot lata I" A maiden bolda a btart la thrall Ra eh.rlsb a glov. And lgh to galo bar, tbat la all, Ut dott not tall bit lov. And loma flat day tba cruel mall Baart, aa dreadful fata, liar wadding card-lhan lat bl m wall t 'I'm left, wbo came too lai I" Tactic and Strategy. Should there bo a war in Europe, it will be fought under far different conditions than any previous contest upon record. The breech-loading rifle has made even a more marvel ous revolution than that effected by the use of gunpower. In our civil war the armies fo...

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. — 2 November 1882

San Marcos Free Pre SSo I.H.JULIAN, "Provo All Things! Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PKOPItlETOll SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 2, 1882. VOL. XI Free Press. Published Every Thursday by ISAAC H. JULIAN, fo whom nil Letter should be Addressed. OFFICE East Side ofPlaza. RA TXS OFSVBSCIilPTJOy. ..sr.lo advance fJ 00 Six month Three month " 1 IS 76 RA TSS Or AD VXRTISIXG. 0e ,qusre, one Insertion $1 OOj'each addition, al Insertion ntiderone month. 60 cenU per square. 1 nio. I 3 moii. 6 nioi. H mot l Square t M 3 " u colm t " : $ J.60 $ 8.00 n.oo 10.00 u.oo 10.00 80.00 50 CO $ 10.00 1R.00 30.00 30.00 ec.oo 76.00 9.00 s.or 7.00 1 13.00 I 30.00 7.00 9.00 10.00 20.00 35.00 Basin" Cards, one inch or Ism, one year, 8 00 Cirdi lu Business Directory, one year, 3 00 begs) nJ Trantent advertisements will be cUrged One Dollsr per square for the Bret In sertion, and Fifty Centa per square for each addl Honal Intertlon. A aquare ta the apace or one Inch. Fractional iquaree will...

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. — 2 November 1882

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. X. H. JULIAN, Publisher. BAN MARCOS, TEXAS TEXAS TOPICS. Ten new looms have been added to the cotton factory at Terrell. Some very rich and extensive coiiper mines are reported to have ' Leon discovered in the Texas Pacific reservation near Eagle Mountain station. The Texas continental transpor: tation company, which proposes to transport dressed beef in rtfregerator cars from the southwest, is rapidly getting matters into shape. It will operate over the Huntington system of railroads, with the Cheasapeako k Ohio aw an eastern outlet, and the Bouth Pacific as a western outlet. CiJcimtn Yolvr: The young wheat in the Holds around town looks very beautiful. No grasshoppers have made their appearance, to distroy it, and since wo had several north winds, and none passed over, it is not likely any, will come. The prospect for an extraordinary crop was never more promising. Agriculture is advan cing in Coleman county at an extra ordinary rate, if the sale of improved...

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. — 2 November 1882

10YE IX HOSPITAL. " she itrpP"1 wllu 0 Ut ttely grace, jind 0 bow wondeif ally fair. With morning sunlight in her face Andnilnihtln her Lair! i .cares knew, when that face ha J flow n, Whether it wai or only aeemed ' Vbether I aw what I had known, ' or something I had dreamed! And down tho dreary ward by night Our blessing followed her afar, yke undulatiouaof the litfhc That traoka a fleeting alar. With footntepa aoft aa falling snows, And lighter than the summer air, ghe passed the shadowy abapea of thoe W'ho died in her aweot care. 0 fte! ahould I unto my own, Yet fold the face that on me beamed, ' Aht ahalll And what I have known, Or have I only dreamed? Chavncey Jlifkox.. THE LOST DIAMOND. BY O. A. W. Some years ago, I knew a lapidary who gained a considerable fortune by a great misfortune. An excellent work man honest as the day, Montin, had but one fault; he was too fond of good wine, which caused him to neglect his work sometimes for days together, to the great dissatisfactio...

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. — 2 November 1882

FkeePress. ISAAC 2L JULIAN, Editor. BAN MTA.SHC03, TEXAB. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER . . I rSTKULO AT TUK f MT OWCE AT A TtXAJl AEOlHU OLAJW MATTKH.J THt PBOPfllETOR COWBOtS ALL IDVEBTISIftG Ifl THIS PAPER OR THE IHSlOt u THE OUTSIDE PAGES. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET, J OB GOVERNOR. JOHN IRELAND, KOR MKOTENANT OOVERNOB, MAIUON MAUTIN. FOR COMPTROLLER, J. SWAIN. VOtt TREASURER. F. It. LUBBOCK. POtt COMMISSIONER OK GENERAL LAND OFFICE. W. C. WALSH. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, JOHN D. TEMPLETON. POBCniEF JUSTICE SUPREME COURT, A. n. WILLIE, FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICES, J. W. STAYTON. C. S. WEST. "FOR TOE COURT OF APPEALS. J. P. WHITE, J. M. HURT. SAM A. WILSON. FOB CONGRESS EIGUTII DISTRICT, JAS.F. MILLER. FOR SENATOR 25TH DISTRICT. GEORGE PFEUFFER. TOR DISTBICT ATTORNEY, I5lH JUDI CIAL DISTRICT, .T.M. BETIIANY. FOR REPRESENTATIVES 9lST DISTRICT j.:n. stagner- S. B. McBRiDE. Announcements of Candidates. stiite Senator. VW re utharized to announce MA. W. O. HUTCHISON, ' of San lUrcos.'as candidate for Senato...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 2 November 1882

v 0 PI Y hi H P H 0 H H a 0 rH H A 0 a '0 UU 0 Vh 0 1 i 0 0 5D 'n 0 0 n 43 Free Press. jvTAKOOa, TEXAS. 3 0 jtiOivXB NEWS. TIM 13 TABLE. 0 fi5jri mi great ggftea Railroad XiTaNTONIO DIVISION: HOUND SOUTH. MAIL. . .a.iiit p. m. ...i.ii " . ...6.(15 ' ...6:3J." . SIMKU . 7:45 A. M. . H:'JT " 8:41 " , (MIS " , 8:3(1 . l(i.'40 Id S Vim r. M. Aalln, 1 ))41,cUjc Uupre JuS MARCOS Hunter yew Breunfel 4m AmwiiIu-- ... 6.(5 ...6:28 .. N:UU BOUND KOKTU. MAII., RXPRRK, 11 05 A. U 6:40P.M. l(t:3i " 6:41 " , 10.2(1 " 6;20 ,10 00 " 5:05 ' ,. 6;M " 4 34 ..9.15 " 4d " ..8:4.1 " 8:32 ..7.15 1.45 AttMllI Jlalicbaca Dupre Wy'e S&N MAUCOS. HuntiT. ...... tivw Brauufela. tin Antonio... A Valuable Cyclopedia at a Bargain. AVe have a new copy of tlio latent Edin burg edition of Chambers's Cyclopedia, with an addition of about one-third by American editors, devoted to American topics, the whole in 19 handsome volumes. It is cou ceded to be the best work of the kind for the price, and is brought down to ...

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. — 2 November 1882

.1 FKMUK Misl'KKADI). j , ..III...1. Irlm-Th. Morf f IW-tt l-rky Lfrblr. I ouUvtll t-wmtrct-t. la Caldwell County, Kv.. there ' lived on the Mtoms of die rrudewa.. , tcr Hivcr two families destined to most terrible ends-tla Umbe K Jteilv. J. 1U,1' H,,J tlie t, ' vans. Tom unJ his tr Maiy. Thev were considered neither better nor , worn- Unit those uUmt them. They ; were ignorant' and rather shiftless, but so were manvothera in the neigh-; boihood. Hoon,' however, the country ; iieoplc, round alout Ugan to say strangs things of her, -Mary Sumvuu ,. , She was a bright quick girl of 20, w ith light hair, light blue eyes, and a I little above the medium in size, Noi man for miles about could outlift her. With gun or pistol the was a dead shot. On horseback there wasn't a boy in the country who could ride i fobU-x over rougher country, or who ; dared to commit half the dare-devil; pranks that Mary constantly delighted nu The cflect of all this in a quiet : country neighborhood can hardly ...

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. — 2 November 1882

Xhc XhiiiImt Seven. Tlieunml'er seven has always Wen iHwMft number of special im See, or significance, the filing respect amounting sometimes Siwtition. Ami it is not to be n this to anierutitr :0 idered at when we consider he S events of. history and of life tl which this number is msepara SfcinccteJ. It is used in the luble Sinentlyasftsunbo of mysterious -La Tfc was also thus used among S? prominent ancient nations, nam; . the- Femaus, Indians, Egyptians, Greeks, iiouiuno. v. , the renfeon for tins number being pre ferred above others is that it consists of three, the sides of a triangle, and four the sides of a square. We can not lav whether this 19 true. More probably it- has ail astronomical bc miiDiii?, and if so then it may bo es tablished in the order of things as a special number by the Creator of tho stars. Thus there nro seven planets (not ' counting the earth), Mercury, Vcnns, Mars! Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus W.mie. Tho earth was made in seven days, or seven periods of tim...

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. — 2 November 1882

(Jo, Jodh, (Jo t i ... .. uim With Jnnes mar find h hxlrn iu (Joliwl l.jr mnRinn the following .. . i.ll I 1st.." K.vai xo me inno 01 . v (one am do days When I vm yonojj nJ gjr, (ion arn my frieud. From He old sUta-bouse) wy 5 Gone ftui K. J. iMvi, And KiWwell RuwU, too, And now I hoar tha poople cfcUtng "Go, Jom, go!" cbobcs : IrvLuvl'si coming, Irelrfad's coming, And Marion Martin, too ; A ltd now I Lear th paopla calling , "Oo, Jones, go I" AnJ you nwy jtwt bt four old aot, be u go, But it will coat the Hubbell com mi'tV j-i-rt amuch aa if h Lad aome chmo of election. OrvmtilU Banner. At tLo roquet of the ciLf jq of Caldwell County, tha following oommanication waa out to K. E. Lynch, candidate for the leg irilaturA : Wo lh5 undewiiaed Republicans of Cald wolJ County riiectfullj ak yoo to state whotlior or not yoa are going to support t'je in Jmi'iQt ticket iu thi canraas, i. If. Neal, Ja. Wbxobt, J. C. Smith. To iLirf communication no answer La bwn return!, therefore we feel und...

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. — 9 November 1882

Sao Marcos Free Press PROPltlETOll j. II. JULIAN, "Prove All Things t Hold Fast that which Is Good." SAN. MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEX AS, ..THURSDAY, -NOVEMBER, 9. 1882. NO. 50. VOL. XI. Free Press. Published Every Thursday by ISAAC H. JULIAN, Xo whom all Letters should be Addressed. OFFICE East Side ofPlaza. HA TXS OFSl'BSCRIPTIOX a... war.lu advance I J 00 Klx month Tores month " 1 31 78 RATES OF A D YER TISI i'G . One qure, oi.e Insertion $1 0d; each, addition. Insertion under one tm.mh. 60 cent per c,nre, - 1 mo. 3 mot. 6 mow. 18 won 1 1 3.60 I 5 00 I B.00 10.00 1 Square- 5.00 T .VO I JO.IHI lfi 00 30.00 30.00 tc.oo 70.00 ; I i colm. I 9 (H) 11.00 7.00 10.00 I 30.00 .. I 13 UO I 20.00 I HO.UV i " !........! 30.00 1 36.00 RMKI Bulne Cards, oneuicUor lew, one year, 8 00 Card Business Directory, one year, ft 00 Legal and Transient Advertisement will be ri.srgnl (ne Dollar per iquar f.T th- first in sertion. Fifty (,lt Per l"iuro fnf ob tlotial Inserl'on. A i-quare Is tbe space of one ...

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. — 9 November 1882

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. X, H. JULIAN, Publisher. 8AN MARCOS, : TEXAS ' TEXAS WHS. Thonew hotel nt JloUbU.n, Texas, will cost 200,000. There ure SO txl.l Miloon keeper In Dallas, each pnyiisjj 0": licehe' to tliO State. . . . - . . . i ..i i i i . ..i .. . in i tifdnt over S5.ni were driven 'and laid aside the lest of its earnings States ma at o( r . , TJ Wesson mills of ehusettsNew Hampshire, loik, North from Tcxa. this .uar. , "J 2, "Lave paid a dividend of 20 j North Carolina, Ohio. Pennsylvania, . (Junter & Munsen, of Sherman, ceWtlallj tilt. Troup factory of theiRhoJe Island, South Carolina, t 1 en imid into the treasury-of to-day 55";- JHme fctute 24 per cent., while from , nesseCt Vermont and. Virginia. uai luai in ml ill Old' . - ,ti.,l iliviilf'llds 1 Tl,- Qt,,nni-ial rPlkr&CntatlVCS 01 (1...... III1IMMI IiMIiI III I'lllLlL- , U 1 I IT I 111 S 111 .M I 'Hi" I liam jmd llastly counties. f irolJI..so to oU per cent., the latter , tll0se States', were all bom within '-Th...

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. — 9 November 1882

.i yexic.iy ballad. nt.t was Ortuet, bolJ auJ itald r,DuoiuidIOouuMa. Wjo loved geutlaUreaatr miJ. lh toiina rroutpfaua. r-o i!onM roiie utai( tirouil. bJ woro bloody slaamr. was the glddlent iuaU? r. I,oo UoniM o up was tempted um. y.. ,,, or U "J order, TJ sIut lilt dy thlrt for von Aua i-r the Trxaa border. . tare u well. Mi la y '. !e pretty little Douna :H ' ' " n valu ,or bT rvn l!r. ( . li,r Ooiiie wan tumei - u,a j,rd h" to the Rio Orau Jo. With Tt Xiu horde to battle : . . , , H crofcwd Into th" l? tulaed '.and. Aud wrlit to ft-alilirt cattle. an 1 1 ie.- wltli more tbau royal pluck, Ha did bin J'leiHlurf duty, .tui. roeetliw with iiiicoiuu.uu luik. He tarteit lioj.e with booty. , But oh ! the Texan, fli-rc aad strong, While luarch'UK out to battle, Bhe d Don Gout i come alouj,' A drivliig tbe a there cat le. , ' They gathered In the festive ateer. And knagged that gallus Greaser, .nd. with a round of boots and .leers, " They banged Mm to a tree, air., ' .. . ": 1 ' . ' 't ...

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. — 9 November 1882

Free Press. ISAAOIL JULIAN, - Editor. uaoo3. -rfcaca- TnuusiAY. November 9. ims I WOTBEO iTTUWrt Off 1CB AT S MACOS TZIAJ A WOOint OUU MATTBB.J TNEPMPfllETOR COITIOLf IWMTISII8 II THIS PAPf W TW UISIOC IS WOl IS THE ooraoc tmti. Cenertl ElMtiouGrand Rtsult. ?d harsonlr Uma and space to mmmirire reported fermlta. Tbej indicate Democratic mwkaa and (raina TBTTwhere. Cleveland's walority- for OoTernor of New York is eati ..i .f i7f rwv There i alao a Demo- cratio gain of M member of the- Legislature and 6 oongremtmen. Indiana, from fiOOo to 11,000 Pamocratio majority, with gain in Oon?re and the Legilatur. ratterVon. Djmocrati? candidate for governor of Tenn ajl vania haa an estimated majority of 30.000. The election of U DemoTatic Consretwmen oat of 7 U claimod. V.ctoriea or gain are reported in Colorado, South Carolina, Iowa, Naw Jereey. Wiaconm'n, Kansas), etc., eta. 1L RntVru reported electea uoTernor in MaasacbnaelU. IathiaSUte the Democrats are every, where ahead, aa usual, but i...

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. — 9 November 1882

1a 51 b 0 o Hi H 4 P d 0 H d H 7 0 0 n '0 r-H H 0 H 0) H hi r P 0 0 -p (0 -u- : D a H rH .0 C3 3 .Wfl"" free Press. IARCOa. TEXAI. WrNprlJtsr CriU aU tti Alwtitls g it tali f jyir, ' liOXVlB NEWS."" TIM 13 TAULE SlisS and tot Korthern Railroad 1 . ..sTYS tTTTTCTftT. SAN Aruriu u jl v xxiru ; HOOD SOUTH trass 7:4.1 A. U. 8:1T " 8:41 " .U5 " KM " 1U.4II 10 M " liiiQ P. It. KXrtkSS, S.fi- I'. M. ..4.81 " .4 4 " ..6.05 ' ! Jiarirbxc Iiupr Hiuiur ........ ; MrtunlrU.. BJU Anliililo... ..f.:3J " .. 6.G " ..8:S " . H:U0 " BOUND KOKTU. Mall., . . . r Ad it" Hini'Uc . . Wiiro .... , II A .1. . 10:3 J " . 10. UO " 6:4P.U. 5:41 " 6;26 f.:iiii " 4.84 4 Htf :3a . 145 " , 10.00 " fs MAKCUS. Huticr ..... Krw limuiifU. Mm Antonio .. 8. an " .9.15 " .84". M .MS "A Valuable Cyclopedia at a Bargain. V have ft new copy of the latest Edin burg edition of Chambers's Cyclopedia, with an addition of about one-third by American editor, devoted to American topics, the whole in 111 lmudsoiuft volumes. It i co...

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. — 9 November 1882

A HIUMYOM W l.F THE WOO!. Trrt-t I . W'fc trdnl !: I Vrlt.u,!1''i" M-r. CiuhLum:. N. C Oct. lV.-For T.-.ontlis past ther? have U-ci rumors of ii tcirible atpuritica which has frightened all the wjmen and children in Chnr Creek township. The woir.cn sav tliat for two w.vks tl.cV have Utu subject to territym.: visits, in the al scuce of their 1. iiiij, irom a crea tut like a hhiuv icri negress, wuni cieature, and lor ti.e i.i-t week crowds of farmers have km daily and nightly chasing her, without sucoe.. The first eflort to entoh i.er was made a week ago by John Kobe-its, a black smith; Tlie wild creature had ap peared several times at a the which it was the habit of C'orev Moore, col ored, of the neighborhood, to light oi'ed. of the neighborhood, to light' after dark in the yard of Li house for the preparation o: his meal,. RobeH, j was put there to watch for her and she ! well kindled. Mic- presented such a ! longhair and -leauiin-.' eye. Mie i:na nn.u-.a. .... ' atulacitv, pouncing...

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. — 9 November 1882

TOSS OF HOLD. Jr1r .l Md Twrtbl. lr.h. IelNi(M.T.,) Imlopemlent reporter yesterday had a comer ...,';rtn with 0110 of a party of three, ,on who have spent tho past summer .imit wliieh thero was so much .lis MHeinn in this Territory several years ae'o. it was built by a party of four discovery of gold at a point supposed to be somewhere near tho lino Lot ween tnntana and Wyoming. In less than a week after tho discovery was made i unrtv of hostilo Indians mauo a de scent on tlio discoverers .and killed all but one of them. Tho survivor, a JUAU 'JlOlUvU iuuuuuu) uuetuo juo ujr- pearaucein Alder Gulch and set the qamp on firo 'with tho talo of the won derful discovery which Jo and his companions had raade.r 'Hie discov ery was said to consist of a ledgo of J 1 --L -.'lit quartz several icet m wiuui, witn streaks of pure gold running through it averaging from ouo to seven inches wide. The story was . marvelous and if the public pulso had not been at ibat time in a fevdrish condition on a...

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. — 9 November 1882

on SintorJala crek, about fifteen wilei from Comfort, on the roiul Idling to Blanco City. Sintcrdtte La hotel, .tore, port office, gro cery. won yard, feed utaLle, and aaloon, but the tnm-ler in in imminent danger of panting by thU Iare without noticing it, owing to the fact that all tho above enumer ated buninewt house i are on and the self Hatuo edUblwhuieut. I did not learn what church Sititerdale belonged to, or whether hho wu only m Odd Fellow, or a bod of temperance, but bo these rolutiona as they inny, he ban a very cWe and tidy apiear. ance, and all her Hurrounding present a de sirable external aiect. From here to Blan co City M rolling, hilly, or mountainous. J. D. Cadt. Tho ItillouN dynpeptio . or . constipated, should addreas, with two stamps for pamphlet. World's Dis pensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y. Somebody has proposed the substi tution of train-girls for train boys. Ayor's Cherry Pectoral is a really remark able and timo-honored medicine. It. is I he best k...

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