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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 16 November 1882

' San Marcos Frefe P ress I. H. JULIAN "Prove All Things i Hold Fait that which Is CoocL" PHOPKIETOH SAN MARCOS HAYS COUNTY TE X A S THU RSD'A Y N 0 V E M B E H 1 6 1882. NO. 51. VOL. XI Free Press. "T'blWied Ercry Thursday bj ISAAC H. JULIAN Towliomall Letters should be Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. ' RA TES OFSl'SSCniP TIOX fl 00 f)t month Ibre month 7 BATES Or ADVKSTJSIXG 0 square ot.. Insertion 1 00; each addition. I Insertlou '"'' on im.nth. 60 emu per o.uare. 1 ' 1 mn. 3 mot. I 0 mos. la ni 1 square I I i 8 60 fi.00 I ft SOU j ft 10.00 3.00 I 7 00 I JU.O I IS 00 S.Of ; 9.00 T.OOl 10.00 3 " colm. I 11.00 1 30.00 I 10.00 80.00 I 113 00 I 20 00 I HO.no I lO.OO 36.00 ft.) CO 20 00 1 80.00 6C.00 7C.00 Bu.iiCarda one inch or Iws on year 8 00 Cards In HmlueM Directory on yew i 00 litgal end Triilut 'Advertisement will be clurged n Dollar per squar for th first Ill- usion end Fifty Cent per square for. rich artill- tloiial lorrl on. A .qua U the space of one Inch. Fractional q...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 16 November 1882

KMX Free Press'. ISAAC XL JULU1I. - : : . - - Editor. BAN MAh003 TEXAS. ' thuusjuy. NovEMi5ni:i;.J;'L . :irz'iir-t--- - " I I.MHUKJ) AT THE FOHT Or TICK AT MAX MABCOii TEXAH AH KlJN'I CI.AhS MATTKU.J VmcmopsietvVcmtrols all Advertising 1 5 THIS PPR 01 THE INSIDE 1$ Wf.ll IS I fit uuiaiuc rtiLj. ' An Historical (JupmUoii tr. Erhard in 'Keuiin:HcenceH" in (mother iiltce. iwsertd thatHttutu Anna after lio wn tikeu jiriKoncr at tho buttle of Sau Jiiduto. made a treaty with Gcu. Houston rediug nil Mexico thin nide the Kio Gruude to Texas but that the Mexican goveruiuent and yeopla repudiated the arrangement. '.Va da not know an to the fact ot MRU treaty: but ceriai ly Himtti Anna of bin own wiil bud ho right to tuuke Mich a trea ts without the wuictiou of the other de- lmrtiueuts of the Mexican government We know that at the outset of the wur be tween the United bUte aud Mexico the territory between the Nueeo aud the Rio (irando was cluimed by 1'renident Polk but tho idea was repudi ited...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 16 November 1882

I r 4 4 0 3) H H H H D 0 rH IS) ID 0 U 0 H Cj 1) Hi - H 0 o 1; Free Press. v MAW508 TEXAS '.1 M jitfHAV. SOYEMUEtt Hi W2. 7i traMu CoatMU AU th. AlTwuiisi Is tMi H " urns u sJ ai tit C:t:tli mzm. J ir rye? : aoks news. 0 TIME TABLE. r aad - great Merc Md jXJf- ANTONIO DIVISION: 3 r.: iLi ..!..'.. i- - (lv ' I ....o.tlS Sir. .... km r 1C.-40 ' in m U:ta r. U. 0 e Hr"lel. 4B Aiiwiilo-. ..6-.2S ;uu ...... i. noUKD hOKIU. MAIL 11 DA A.M. 1U:8J " . IQ.W .......v. 10.00 . ' ....... . 8:J " ....... .9.15 ". 1 aiHln.... jlanvhaca lit.pro Ky'a JiS MA.tCOB. uor.M. 8:41 " 6;V8 4.84 0 limit r . tr 4I8 a.a-i 1.45 Mil Antonio ' A Valuable Cyclopedia at a Bargain. We have a new copy of the latest Edin- burg edition of Chambers's Cyclopedia with bu addition of about one-third by American editors devoted to American topics the whole in 1! handsome volumes. It is con- ceded to be the best work of the kind for the price and is brought dovrn to 1881. Kaviua another copy of the same work we will bell th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 16 November 1882

Aa Extraordinary Offer. Tber r oiirf nsnoa sloyBt i.. .. aisiy.-leafeils "" ...i I. fc. TmOM trilling 10 wotk eJ avals r tit loiVM) smooth slesr wsiklng for . i- ..j .m.Bnt baslnvss. Tbs smoust ...aia nsaa varies soma make Hi M0 . monih. hila other makes low bssdrd .11 denendlnc an Ik energy of I't- w hl ... .rll. ll should U ld t every lua owner. s4 PJ ' ) Pr "' V..I. .-i. i. fn tJ MM i)0 00. Ob agent In I'.nn.Tlv.i.le sold 31 lo two diji. snd clssred U to. An snt In Kw Vork made lit 00 la sns day. Asy wan with energy enough to work run d.f. snd allldotbls durlni lb yesr. eta task fian 03 000 l ft 040 sr. Wa only want on an la each county snd to bin will lo iba x rljslvssale ss lung ss hs continue lo work faith filly lor us. Tbara la a eomplllloa and nothing lib our Invention mad. Parties having from 1500 lo 11006 to Invest tan oblalo a General At tea caunlkaor ut. Any on can mat an in rntm.nl f fromfH to l.K. wllkool tb las( risk o( loss a our ctreulari will show tbal Ikoi In vest...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 23 November 1882

"NB - : j H; JULIAN "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Good." PBOPIUETOIt SAN MARCOS HAYS COUNTY TEXAS T II URSDAY NOVEMBER 23 1882. NO. 52 VOL. XI. .-.-. Sao Marcos .Free .PresSo ! n Free Press "published Every Thnrsday by IiSAAC B. JUJilAfl. r0 whom all Letters should be Addressed. OFFICE-East Side of Plaza. RA TES OFSVBSCItlPTlOy 0. year In I"" dx aontb Tore sionlb " fs 00 76 RATES Of ADVERTISING. Oae wjr' 0M Brllou l 005 Mch ddlt0' Insertion uud r cot month. 60 emu per o.nsre. - I mo. Sinos. 6 moii. 11 mw I qur- 1 I J 19 I 5.00 S.00 1 T OO 6.uf " V. .... I ll." I o.ou " I VIM I 36.00 S.00 .00 00 ft s.no 10.00 11.00 10.00 .10.00 ft Ml 10.00 15 00 10.00 80.00 6C.00 76.00 Cird I" Su-dnew Wmiwy. one year II 00 Jl alK) Transient Advert Isemetit will b rtisrged 0" Ur P'r "iur M flf" sortlon.snd Fifty' Ceut per qnar Tor rachaiwU- tonal Insertion. A wraa' h P ' Inch. r-racllesal squares will to counted a full .quire. i l.rcal d fluaiuesa Notices w"1 charged rents per Hue" f"r f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 23 November 1882

SAN HARCOS FREE PRESS. I. H. JTJLU5. PnUUber. ... ; BAN MARCOS - . . TEXAS w;mm;mmmmmmmm- . TEXAS TOriCS. The Dublin Qiuttu says the sec ond crop of potatoes is a good one in that vicinity. It is rumored that the .general offices of the Santa Fe Railroad will be-moved from Galveston to Dallas. Tho pecan crop is a heavy one hi Texas. Some counties will receive from $2oooo to SSo.ooo for pecans alone. Hundreds of sacks of oysters and many hogsheads of .fish arc daily brought to Galveston from Mata- gorda Bay. Capt. Prate a conductor on the M.K. and T. Railroad reports half the men in the Den ison repair bhops on the sick list.' The H toner advises the sheep men of Texas to prepare for sending three of their best men to Washington next winter to look after their interests. Jim Currie tho murderer of the actor Porter in Marshall and recently marshal of San Marcial New Mexico has been ordered out of town by the railroad men. Things are looking up in Tom Green county. The Son Angela Tune ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 23 November 1882

a The South for Immigrants. j Southern World. " . BT COL. A. POfS. -... .tfrcat iimmigrrtUoii- movements .vercrowded population at - home tamveU&S a migration pf some for !Lt of adequate support Hov all; or die opening of distant and in .::. fields. whcror to better their condition energetic ' and enterprising soiriU betake themselves. s Both of these causes have operated to direct to our shores a largo number of excellent and desirable immigrants. TLeso persons have come from their European homes with a purpose to locato permanently in this Republic and to share with ourselves the for- tunes that may befall our country They are in "many instances pos- sessed of considerable means which they expend in the purpose of home- steads; they aro generally frugal tern-' perate and.cnei-getic.iwlich qualities munity ' hi ' which they make ' their niunity homes. V' It For many yeaw.ttms tui$ of lmmi-. mtion has been' towards' flie "WW.. vha effect of it is N seen to-day" in the Motrin rkn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 23 November 1882

Free Press. J9AA0 lUSt-tAK. - 2dto. 1ST MAKOOS. TBXAfl. ' TUDliaP.lY. NOVEMBER I P-ifTMKO U TY"" OTTIC1 AT SAW MAttCO TKVAS Alt HWO.tD CLASS MATTE. J mr nt'rrajiUt CuWU All tt MtrtUUi h tkU (low of Volnmc. TLo Xlth volurua of tie Fbw Tbiuw rW with this iHHue. It is a very appro- triat tin- for delinquent subscriber to m. np. m l also for new one to enter their 1 1 .... . ...... i - name on our litto begin wiui tun . me. We promise that the paper for anoth- er year shall be decidedly better than ever If A Ml bafore. We trust all our present iim wiu not only renew aa their time expires but that each will get a neighlwr to subscribe. Try It Hay Count j Elect lon.-Ofllclal. We intended giving thin week.the full re- turmi from our county flection in tabular form hhowinn the voto of each candidate at each poll ; but the Uble ia more extensile and complicated than usual and we haTe not time to copy it now. We shall therefore have to content ouniclf for the present with giving the total off...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 23 November 1882

u 0 0 $ hi H 4 13 4 Q (2 H 0 ID c o u 'd r-H H 0 c. .a H a 4- 0 o 0 QQ c3 H i-H 0 .Free Press. y MAROOB TEXAt. TrfritSDAY. NOVEMBER 23 1882. Li r'tii rnprlitjf Cwtroli ALL thi AlrirtiiU(taUii ft . .ti tw A. t.u. ..... . i jiCME 3STE"WS. C "vuipi-kby nmi Hiimesn r fine large t-twk jlltt receive" iiv . fretiUliueof prints at Tukner & Co.'g. Novelties iu Lftilie'K neckwear just re ceivmUt P. It. Tuhneb A Co's- v XL Tcbner & Co. have just received a carload of uuawou wsgocs. Latest otj'8 todies' an niisHes' Bhoes. Johnson & Johnson. Ssoonu Stock Clothing just opened. Joh.n-uon ib Johnson. . . . p. IL TcbnebA Co. havo juat received a car load of uajgius sua ues. Overcoats Boots and Shoes. Johnson fc Johnson. Knit goods misses' and children's A. sacqueH dec &c a nice mock ut Tdbncb A Co.'s. Saddlkky. A new lot at O. W. Donalson A Co.'s. Ovebcoats. clonks and dolmans at Tur- ner & Co.'s. Call aud be suited. Cheap goods and plenty of them at Lu. J. Dailkt'b. I otter new ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 23 November 1882

ItEIUPPr asyouvan . - T lUJif 1 not. all unhin' Xnr it it yet all lioer. V: trm ioJ oUu it An tUvn amonij th llowt a. Anl hil w V the roH . . TU tUJin full oft w au; Stil l-t u. tbrtiiijli b"7 oun ' 1 fhu UN l.e'avjr Wlurb you -ni T tnut br. Y. it ilifituu.'. I . r.ntoiub Hoj' .1rct pln Ix-t u with wbttUteftui happy we cu. Tim mini of our eojovment 1 mad of little thinu. iAm-fttb l.roa'e-t Mr Ar formed f J'nalLt priK. ily lreorio' mill water T.w n-cru reach t'jeif pan; Ho we iore our pJ -urs Kniuyinj what e caa. T!ire titer b? burning ilcwrte ) bioiiith which our leet rtnet go Hut t litre aie giecn oanea Where e-nt palm -tieee grow An i imy uot follow (li our hearts would plan . in mtke b'l aro'.iud u h; py a we cn. TerUp wo nny not climb with' . 'Aii.bitiou to it K'U i H ill let uh uwer"PrecntM . v.VYhen duty call the roll! ' hu 1 whetever our appointment He nothing !c than Man .An I. .eiKWriul in aubmiii)U .U happy a you cfcn.' ' ' ' SO TlilKIl 3iiis: PEKUY. "Sho ain't the same' s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 23 November 1882

goatfcera MaaottcUrea rtna wonderful increase of the mon- itoring Industrie . of the 'south is Tgjy attracting increased attention 'the business world. The natural vantages possessed by the south for mannfactures of almost every kind are nnsnrpaBScd by any other part of this country. These things are making themselves strongly felt and their in- fluence is rapidly spreading. The tress of the country is gradually wak- ing opto the redistribution of indus- tries now in progress and by which the south is to take a leading position to the manufacturing world. In dis- cussing these points and especially those relating to the rapid increase of cotton manufacturing in the south the Textile Itecord of Philadelphia the acknowledged authority upon the tex- tile interests of the country says:. "The National Cotton Exchange re- ports the quantity of cotton taken to southern mills for consumption during the crop year ending August 81st last at 280591. bales . as compared with 225811 bales the pr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 23 November 1882

WrIM.'.i for lb hii raiss. Iteinlnhccirrm of a Tmm Vetcr.n. Ut C. r.lt'IAIlD. II. When I rcai hod camp about three niile. from Austin I fouud wen Bolting od dry- iug liotf for our projiOHed Jouruejr. Merchants wore Invited by Minibeao Lt.ui.ir tuea rreaident of the Bepublio of Tex to joiu the expedition to noil good 'to the Mexican the Ooveromenf furninh. ing thorn ox teams aud wngoua free of ex. pamw. The Arm of Crocheron & Cunning- ham of Ihihtrop furnitthed iuo with a lot of Mb:wn to ho Hold on cominitwioo but I being poor I al enlitrtod an a volnntoer in the anuy to dr.iw i.iy monthly pay basidoa the profit of goods I might selL The Republio being poor in fund only issuing hor own papor without having any Hpeoie baton we Btorted out with second hnd ox wagona of ton needing repair by oi r meahanioa and greatly retarding the proven of the expedition for we had to halt too often to make those repair. The supply of corn meal for bread hard- ly lasted over two week flour or crack...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 30 November 1882

:'i;: :;j:n mx: ". Marcos jf re resso J... i. jr. julian. SAN VOL. XII.! ; Free Press. Published Every Thursday ly lsaiac h. Julian fo whom all Letters nhould be Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. 7 RA TES OFSVBSCIilPTIOy. ...veer.ln advance. fJ 00 glx month Wnt months 1 36 78 RATES Of ADVER TISIXG . One square one iunertlon. 1 00; each addition. Insertion under one month to cenn per square. 1 1 mo. 3 root. 6 moa. 18 mo r::r.:::ri" .. : 6M ou olm.!'. ' lon0 2C. 12.00 1 80.00 j .. 80.00 35.00 (1.(10 lo.o 10.00 ia.no 80.00 so.no fto t'O 15 00 20.00 30.00 6C.00 TC.OO Business Cards one inch or lane one year 18 00 Card in Business Directory one year 12 00 Legal and Tranaletit Advertisements will be charged ne Dollar per aquare tor the flrnt In- sertion and Fifty Centa per aquare for each addl- ' ilonal Insertion. A aquare la the apace of one Inch. Fractional aquarea will te cnunted ai full aquare. Ucal and Busiuesi Notices will be charged ten peati per line for the first Inaertlon an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 30 November 1882

SAN HABCOS FREE PRESS. t n. JULIAN Publibr. BAN MARCOS . TEXA8 TEXAS TOriCS. -A valuation TT 400000000 in round numbers is reported on property in Texas this year For several weeks the banks at Galveston have been receiving and expressing to tho interior an average of $500000 per week. The Babino and East Texas road is completed from Sabiuo Puss to Rockland a point twenty-two miles southeast of Homer Angelina county. One of the curiosities of immi- gration that occasionally wander into Texas is to be found just now at the Immigrants Homo here where about a dozen of Turksand American stran- gers are stopping temporarily. They have come down here for tho purpose of selecting a suitable place for the raising of silk .worms and tho produc- tion of cocoons an industry in which they claim to be experts. They are accompanied by an interpreter and bear letters from New York of a character that justifies confidence in the respectability and capacity which they claim for themselves. They are ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 30 November 1882

ESTABELESS NATION. .1 Mia IoprM Of A""1"""1 Asuricasa. 1 - . -w it - II t fr Edward A. 1' reemau tuo i.Dgu(ia r lun Lavinff been on a visit to VTSantrj has published ui.-iwpres. The following aro interesting XThe word "Amerioi" for some pur- means tho Uuitod States only; fvonie other purposes it moans the hole American continent. It is cer- finf odd that "American languages" nld be everywhere understood na meaning the native languages of the Inntinent while "American literature" -lius to muou of English literature as Songs locally to tho United States. Toinefrrescott and Motley seem as much English historians Longfellow ind1 Wbittier seem aa much English JoeK as if they had been and had Vrittenin Great Britain. They aro English writers writing in the English tongue their own tongue in which they have iast as much right as any native f great Britain. But in common American speech "English literature" means the literature of tho local Eng- ird onlv. "American v literature" be longs ex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 30 November 1882

. 1 i : j W t t 1 .. "J i 3 k : i ( ' ; 'i ( ! ; f ! 1 1 : : ! i ; i Free Press. BA.N MNfiOOS. TCXAB. iVjiTti'ItTHi'ro" "'rire ? BCOH TKXA A4SBOO.NO TLA! MATtrB.J rr- "rrtpr!rto78etMJj ALL tot AdnrtUbj In till ryr. 3 Ihi HUBS mn3utt Oatiinrnti. L ATE NEWS ITEMS. " IvVio R. It 'tts the oldest lloston printer and publisher tliod ou Cm) 2b iut. ae ht. Gov. Irchind will be inaugurated on Wed- nonday the 10th of Jamuiry. IreLind'u majority for Governor is ebti- m:itol at fraui 3:iOO to 4()M)0. The eia'iteenth Texns leinliittire lueetH In Austin ou Tiwwlnjr be IHh day of January 1MH3. ' M:ij. Tenn in about to Htart on u preaching tour to California. Iu Nebraska woman suffmgo was defeat- i 41. i-a...n fli tiiiu Iw iii.oOU uiniority. Tbe exhaustive Inborn of MiN Authouy und hor co-workers availed nothing. All tbe negroes voted BKniust tbe proposition. Tbe friends of the lie v. Mr. Slmw.of Waco who have already secured hi services for tbe coming year will organize in a few dnyii hud apply fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 30 November 1882

0 n HI 0 H H A in H Ifl 0 0 0 1" r-H 0 Free Press. H -fHTKSUAV. NOVEMBER ;.'t0 War. 15 P. fjpr. ttl 153131 11 U " to aU11' '' TIM 13 TABLE. pfeajld d Breat Merc hM 57?i ANTONIO DIVISION: f BOUND SOUTH. All. .3.6 I'. ..4 ill fl Uiitn M. 7:411 A. M. 8:iT 8 41 " 05 " t:!t 1U.40 ..4 44 ... 6.0S ll i-r llraiiulW.. 624 io at i gal Antonio... H.00 " BOUND KOVTH. MAIL II OSA.U. loiill " 10.JU " ll.ii) P. x. kXrM 6:40 P.M. 6:41 ' b;t . 6:U6 4S4 4 10 9:31 1.4S " Kanrtiaca . rfl Our Kv't lU.Oi) " ::io " .8.15 " jw Hraunfel JMJ Hin Anionlo T. D..nl.r HOlvEE NEWS. T J slight fronts up to this writing. fvj Foond xe inquire at thin office. r FaoaUD Wool at San Maroos Bookstohx. H Saddlery and Harness a fine large stock just received at Tcbneb & Co. 'a. H Gbb.it opening of Holiday Goods at Wh Giese's. J Novelties in Ladie's neckwear just re- ceived at P. R- Titoksb fc Go's- PZephvb and Java Canvass all shades at San Marcos Bookstobe. 4J Bablef Mules Farm to sell. Chejjoweth. Cj Go to Cloasby'3 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 30 November 1882

Till: VrO PIE'S DAY. Hot UU tlo Mro of trurojt Not with tU bft tf drum. Not witb tbe pUr of liannT The day of tl opl cme. ItroniMwlh tl.M!.'f!in f-u.io Of larUliat throb in tune To tit rhytlim of buyurP0 And thi voioe of ric l boon. It onine. witb ft iwvrer t' Rrndt Tin c.rld e-r known Willi n.lKtt that !u t 'i-nshcd crt . r And conquered many ft throuc. It come from the toiling k.wly It come from the w. altby tbronj Who manfully bravely battle For the ritfU aaini.t the uronj. Ita dftwoln j may be in tlarkue IJut if it le uJ aright It aball clows in ft flood of ijlory And ft tew awakeuinj: litfbt A litfbt that Juhlicc tiliall kindle A glory that ritfht ahall abed O'er the well won field of battle VVbcrc injiwtico lw crunhed and dead. Not witb the clanhiiig nubre Not witb the cmnon'a roar Ita victory come to ennoble The ntition f rom bore to fchorc. Ita triumph" are won iu ailence An ao'.emn an aug -t can lc; IU weauona re ba'lot not bullet lt armies arc brave meu free. Hurk! yo i ca...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 30 November 1882

fimparaUre Cost of Cotton JManufoc- Chloaso Timet. ' mjjg one thing which above all oth- ers the advocates of "the American ivBtem" have insisted upon with end- less iteration in their arguments before the tariff commission is that protection is necessary here because wages are hicher here than in Europe. The no- ble American operative must be pro- tected against the "pauper labor' of Europe and especially againat that of Great Britain. There is in the pre- sentation of this argument the usual protectionist looseness of thought and BIVV.' 11.1.1 J. . statement lor we are noitom uisuuci.- jy whetlier high duties are wanted to wns hicher. or simply because xfaces are higher. There is obviously JIB important umtreuce ukiv uui cuo mtectionist never condescends to no tice it or to 6tate just what he means. There is another tiling wmcn ne in- sists in overlooking and that is the difference in efficiency if any exists between American and European la- bor. If the American operative from an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 30 November 1882

HiJ4WAIIVKITI4K . Wnshlujton Letter. . from ur Krlr Correspondent. WahhisotoN V. C. Nor. 19 12. In my pwmbulutioM nboat tho Interior Dcjiurtmout tha otlier any I rout Commin-Niuui-rof UiilroU AruiKtron who roocut. ly rctur:ia from a tour "of iuheetioa" t!irwih thu Want over tho ro;J tmbiidued ly lUa f-overnmeat hiviu been aWnt uboat threo mouth.. H 1"1 :-'k ftml fit n ttnuU iusp.utins" nrool with hha ttu-l r ijrU evcrythirtf lovely ou tho l'suttd r Mii wjich wan ntthr to bo expect- v I in Ju view of the fat that lm travtl.'d iu s hiiecial cur furni-ihei by tlio Uuiou IV tiflj Jny OonM-and provided with un- lim t-'d commlBHiiry nui)Ho for the mom. lure of hi family aud relation couipriwing the imrty. I rim ituhh thoia ut Deuver thin hummtr and wiw tho handsome purlor and diiiiug rar with it l.iliR nrrano. iunU ftud a cook and porter. It looked a uood doul iw though tho commiiwionor wiw oj a flrt cliui p'.eiwure trip. Mr. Annntroutf i a very clever gentleman nud waken nn bouest unbiaK...

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