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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 21 December 1882

0 A ti) 9 H in , Free Press. MAROOS, TEXA. 5':.,.iniV. iLJlUKK .'I. !' . Z Sn'iW.Jte ta AU ttiitnrtfiteitatti fiftr, " I , .mtm - - . . .. "1 TIM 13 TAHI.E d fed lata Kiitai HIjAKTOIJIO DIVISION: JMCM) SOUTH. MAIL. .3.5 P. M ..4.S1 " . 7;S A. X. 8:T " 8 41 " 05 " :3 " . 10.-40 " 10 JW 10 P. II. dll" M. anthers uro limiirr ,m llraunfrls. , An will... ..4:44 ..6.1 ,.f.:31 .. .' ,.6:8 . 55 0 (fi RUUXD KOKTH All., 6:40 P.M. 6:41 " o;M n:Oft " 4 84 4 0 8:81 1.4S " All" yiuebaca Ihipre MS MAHC08 HunhT ........ ew HrtUiifclH. g,n Antonio . . 11 06 A.M. . . 10:8 " . ,.10.tt " . ,,10.00 " . ... 9:38 " . ....1 ...8:45 OS "home news. Koticb. Victor Julian, who has charge Km of the mechanical departmeut of the Fbbi r Pbess office, is f u ly authorized to receive W and receipt for ubcriptioue, etc., due the the same, make contracts for job printing, H and to attend to any other business of the H offioe" j Thk Lockhart fair is uour alvertisod to come off Christmas week. Something new. Q Go to Cie...

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. — 21 December 1882

TUX TEXA.V'S FERFXVT WIFE. M JOAWl'IN MILL!. Aaroaa tli lroa4 brown TtiM billa, With bloMonit loour broncho' kneea. With alntflng bird by brooki and nil, Wt rods through aaa of droway bcea. ratalkftl. TbtoplcT flue, Why air, Thru fourth of a tnao'i whole lima be keeps T Ulk, to thiol?, to ! of ber. The otber fourth be aleejx. To learn mbit be might know of love, I lauKbed ell nonatancjr to acorn. Bt'boM yon happjr, cbaiiKef ul dove ! BeboM thia day, all itorm t worn, let now lia chanKed to calm and inn. Tea, all thlnga change the heart, lb brad ; Behold on earth there ia not one That cbanitntb not," aaid I. He drew a Rlana, aa If to srso , The plaiu for ateein, rained It. and airbed. II cranrd bl uerk, thla cattlc-mau, Then drove the cork home an J replied: "For twenty years tforglve theae tiara) Kor tweuty years no word Of strife ; I bave not known for tweuty year One folly from my Ife. " I looked that Texan In the face - That dark-browed, bearded catlle-mau. Be pulled bia beard, t...

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. — 21 December 1882

Tbe Texas Ranger. . Tim Sifting. The Texas Ranger is not bo band nme as an eight-doUar-a-wcck dry j. -irir . lmt he is more courus than a Numidian lion and tough- miffht sound ft littlo barbario in London drawing-room, but he 1 . .,.naRfnUv ride a broncho ronv -.1 till a mexican horse-thief at five hundred yarus iuu mm t, uuh His manners oro not exactly Chester fieldian, but this deficiency in etiquette is more man uuoc uj uio uouivuiiom he displays in scalping an Indian. ti may not be up on the tariff ques- ,: but he can follow a blind trail at a gallop and never miss tho way. It is possible that he cannot tell the difference between the hypothesis , of atomic evolution and a lunar eclipse, brt he knows a "rustler" at sight, and can name half tho fugitives in Texas. Taken altogether, the Ranger is a tough case; and most of them have been born on tho head-waters of Bitter Creek, where the natives are "wild and wooly and hard to curry." The further up you go on tins classic stream, '...

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. — 21 December 1882

tha ontnet lm-m l tlievel m to bo tint cbolos of hi (!juuty m bHwwn JaJjp TfeufTrr and uiVHtlf. He ati'l other iutvo uUo informed me, that Mr. Hutcbiua aiM!eae bocnuno bo wnnot invited into cHiioti- of wy frit-ml. wbeu I rt-alljr bad no Kfliiernl cauuna of tuy fri.nd. only a fevr of u wet ouco in Jude Finber'a ftice a few minute befnrd the oonention met; iny hunior prtu-r, though a member of the convention, wan uot cotiflod of tha mooting. From St. Loubt. 8t. Louis, Docembor, 12, 1682. Hditob Fkee Tkem : I failed to coutributa my last weekly let ter owing to a irotracted and troublesome rasa in the court. Fashionable society in the great city in a wibjoct of reflection for thoHD who ktudy the weakness of human nature and iw aberrationn. We have "thea ter parties" now. and "kettlj drnnut," petit aoupes" and "dejeuneu a la fourchet t.)" (whatever that may be,) and all aorta of ;neer gutherings of the elite and jeuneate ioxo. "Blowing bubbles" is a favorite j uitinie at fiisbionablo lu...

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. — 4 January 1883

i i Free COS all ... i ...... , . - ' ' J V ': f ' III I.H.JUlilAN. VOL. XII. "Provo All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." SAN MAKCOS HAYS COUNT Y, TEXAS,' THURSDAY. JANUARY,' 4, 188 ; , ". iNO. 5. Free Press. VuMIshed Every Thursday by 1 ISAAC H. JULIAN, To whom Hli Lettcrrt mouli to Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. JtA TICS OFSVBSCltlPTlOy l,,.yrar,lu vc. jtix month Urea months " 1 00 . 1 36 T( BATES Or ADYSItTIsn'G. ... . i....rtinn ill iHl! eaah addition fine squsre. u -- v- ,1 insertion ut.derone month. 60 ociil oft sonar. ECLECTIC MAGAZINE or Foreign Literature, Science and Art. . lSrt.T..3!(h 1' H4 II. , a-. --. ... u. .i.miIii! fr.im fnrlirn IHV lbUIRUTIU aU !! rMiiot sw... ---. . . periodicals all lhoiirtlcUi which r vhubU la 1 1 . l. - UuuUmi U nl hhh. ana II iuw trauma; rviriu notm" ' . Journftft. and (b Uii of all cUim of intt lllReitl . . i i . . . I I .......... .4 It. readers are oon.uiiea in laa arsicir (n-.ii.r... .i.. ..!.... .mi.i. Mvl.ufs. hk el cos I ...

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. — 4 January 1883

SIN 1IARC0S FREE PRESS. t n. JULIAN, Pobliaber. BAN MARCOS, TEXAS LI t TEXAS TOPICS. Tho legislature of the state con tikis of one hundred and thirty-seven members thirtv one Senators and one hundred and six Representatives. Colonel Paramore, prtsident of the Texas tc St. Louis Narrow Gunge, proposes to put a heavy force to work fn Texas as soon as the work is finish ed in Arkansas. V. II. Rossone set out sweet po d;n nn Mia Iflth dav of Julv, and one day last week he dug CG8 bushels of potatoes from one acre of ground. Tyltr lieimter. fho New Braunfels woolen man- ufatory is said to bo doing so well that it is unable to keep up with the de mand for its productions. Orders are accumulating on hand at a rapid rate. During the year ending August 81, there wero completed in Texas 1,011 miles of railroad, at an estima ted cost for construction and equip ment of 11,525,000, thus giving the state a total of 5,938 miles at a cost of $165,800,900. Summary from the report of the Attorney Gen...

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. — 4 January 1883

11 U P Mortified, What w the health oflloor doing er jour house thU morning?" said a grocery man to the bad by, as the nth waa flrin 'r0ea Pottoe8 t the ' n who collect garbage in the alley. (i,0y are searching for aewer gas -nJ snob things, and they have got inmhers and other society experts till nn oan't rest, and I came away for fear -ould find the sewer gas and warm 5 jacket- Sy. do you think it is iffht. when anything Hindis awfully, to .rioysluyittobJ?" Well, ia nine cases out of ten they -onldhi'tit right, but what do you Jink is the trouble over to your house, ka!.iji! Now don't breath a word of it to a living aoul, or I am a dead You see I was over at the fair at Jkl Axnosition building Saturday night, i when they were breaking up, me ind my chum helped to carry boxes of cheese and firkins of - butter, and a cheese man gavo each of us a piece of limburger cheese, wrapped up in tin foil. Sunday morning I. opened my piece, and it made me tired. 0, it was the awfulest smell I ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 4 January 1883

Free Press. ::ic ii. JULIAN, - zditor: I Hi ruKDAT tiuTtoht ornc at a mucoh TKXU ArtfcEOOJiO CLAM MATTM.J Til Pf wrtiwr Csew'J Att " AlTtrttilt: U fc'J Retort Coiirteoiw. Tho e.hUrof tlwHotfuin Timtt, recently Lai vf;ry ni3,julr 8iYrt editorial, Hj hi;un y Inthu'itiiiK th.it we hi4 awmmed io alrfiwi him ft to tlw conduct of Lis pnper, wbeu tboro wiu Jiot t Hhadow of foundation for the HU0'(i Htion, we novcr having spoken of him atauy time Hire in complimentiry toruii; and 1e thou want on to adfine ond locturo uh on our editorial and political dutiflH in a mtuiior nltojjotLer uncalled for, Ha Looted of LU superior auocew la the bewnpaper busiiurtw ot Seguin, during the 23 moiit'.in he hud boon it. Certainly, Gua dalapfl county, Laving, we Btippoxe twice the jwpulutiou and biwiuewi of Hays, is a much better flold for one newspaper, while this county uuinliera two. We are glad to hear of his succfts. but puttia g our over 23 years eiperieuoo in the bumnesa against hifl 23 mont'w, we ve...

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. — 4 January 1883

H s f t-! ft "CO H 4 43 43 H 0, H m o 'C 0 c 0) t hi (fl 4w fl 0 0 M 0 0 m m c3 c5 X w c Si Free Press. Vvf -" Rooa, TEXAS. - jv,VrprUUf ts.tr jU AIL tfcs Aiwtltlng la this y jif. UiWaiSS 11 rail" tit Oatild psi. TI.M13 TAHL.E. Ms?a fofcd ca?I ANXONIO DIVISION: BOUND HOimi. MAIL. 3X6 I'. X ..4.M " sxrssa ' , 7.-4S A. M B:.T ' 8:41 " 9115 " wM " , li'MO 10 xs uit nm'!ii": laT Kvlf M.NMAttOO.. H inner ....... jlm'iiii'l" giu Antoiilu.. ..444 ..6.US ' ,.fi:3-J , .. O.r.R ..:iS " . h:UO B'jrR KOKTH MAIL. . 11 OB A.M. .... . 1i:8. " . 10..0 " . , 111.00 " .. 9:S6 " 12:21) P. M. RirRKkH, ,. 6:40 P.M. ,. 8:41 " . 6;20 .. 6:05 ." . 44 . 4HU . 8:S. .. 1.45 " Amtln JIiH.cllUCO )uiiro Kv'e V PAN MAHCOb HuntT...... H,w Hraunfi-ls. Ran Antonio . .. 8.1ft ...8:4S ...T.IS KLOVTE 3STEJWS. Voticb. Victor Julinu, who haa charge of the mechanical department of the Fbeb Pkess office, is f u ly authorized to receive and receipt for auDHcriptiona, etc., due the tho same, make contracts for job printing, ...

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. — 4 January 1883

ANSI?. JtSAttr I'OEM. hi rAMKiM irAi touch. Tty tula, O Time! aitri(bU ia 1 .! .! die Ui evclra Ihua r. m ft Thai iil tJ IU' yar ihil awiW but wiU rot auy ot m ) Uit mtir. but r w m wintry way. JIL I I j A I Ika lump M fall ol IirullllMi or, uu uw...mp ' . , Ia.Ui buwaq Ufa to a-ni li bow briuK ulKbr Am bowed wm all my aoul. laa tbui Id aih. . uii ! toll wa true, lor 1 would know . O Uod I IilouiuutbiiethtlirodJ Ob! u-li ma. Tiu.l do.1 thou to aoiu - bring Joy T To aoiur I. lata (Jl Mid time a toy r Wutie ttma 1 iiiuatil to-Uy. auJ denied I read Thy auawerwl "aM wllii itrKk.u. bowd u.d. I ttiua luvukaJ: li I tech niy heart, kind lieaveo, To Uly it'lf with uan.bt. while Ktvau To other roiiud U wrMtli of fondly llilUK. Dut kmdnd day to cliy atill irira ami cling. Uut, Tliw, unoouiproiuUlnn tho' thou rt. loaaUaie. hrj. ud armed with deadly dart Aatnde thy Iron wheel, with mltrtily aan. Hard onard. rru.lilii- J Ian and crua. lug man We yet bewa.1 thee i for Umii thy brow 8UI1 nh-aiiia t...

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. — 4 January 1883

COMETS. 0 Km Striek tkt KtrUI Tg there anything incredible or even .orprieing in the hypothesis that a ,UI . liftva struck the earth in Scmote past? Is it not rather a marvel. Mr. Donnelly suggests, that IDS' .1 -1. aiiuiui .nlliumn 4nr a. ISde century? Kepler affirmed that mets are scattered through the heat !na with fts much profusion as are Sshes in the ocean. Arago estimated that the comets belonging to the solar Mutcm Tvitliin the orbit of Neptune Sbered 17,500,000. Lambert re pards 600,000,000 as a very moderate Stimate. These computations, how Lr do not include the fiery wander ers who may at any moment visit us Lm outside the solar system. But how many of these comets come near Sm orbit of the earth? It is certain that some actually intersect its orbit, while others approach it very closely. In the former category may be men tioned Gambart's comet, Brorsen's eomet, Encke's comet, Halley's comet. The comet discovered October 10, 1880, by Louis Swift, of Rochester, N Y., was o...

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. — 4 January 1883

M frit. ; 1 ', i i IS Il: ! J I A KlsiAnaljzed and l'oellzrd. Ob the megnelUm of ehnsle and truthful kin, A klt thalevokea a sensation pur nd refined ol Int-labls bllM. A klaa pur aad truthful beiwlit eblld and mother - A aiee last a-waulee ilia bearte of kindred, frlenda or lover. A km pure, refined wllb Iota combined, For allibese aud this eomuloa the true elixir of kl. Such klM ia not ioUi at door, at eventide, or rosy inoro, f It wilt keep poro and aweat, awak or asleep, Vnlll Gabriel toou bis boru. lut klit lacking all than and tUla, Though never ao sweetly given la but a Judaa klsa, From aucb a kit Heaven lorfand ui, era will aver prey. For Judaa klesed bla Lord and Master but to betruy. D, THE LESSO.X OF THE ELECTION. A Letter from Cas.us M. Clay on the Subject. CoHsius M. Cky,' of Kentucky, Jian ii letter in the Sun, dated Whitehall, Ivy., Nov. 1G, in which he follows out 1 he lesson of the recent election : After the review as to the differ ence between the democratic and r...

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. — 11 January 1883

'J rcos. Free I. II. JULIAN, "Prove All Things I Hold Fat that which la Cood." PKOPItlETOlU SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO UNT Y, TEX A S, THURSDAY, 'JANUARY, 11, 188 NO. VC OL. XII. Sail : ,' ' .0. :i Free Press. ' published Every Thursday by I-SAAC H. JULIAN, To whom ull Letter should be Addressed. OFFICE-East Side of Plaza. BATJUOrSCBSCRIPTIOy Oneyesr.lu edveuce. j ranitlh Three months .fl 00 . 1 IS 78 n a rrs or ad vxrtisisg. On squere, insertion l uv; etch addition al Insertion under one mirtith, 60 eents or sauar. 1 1 mo. Smoe. 6 him. in nioe rsau.r. I 6.00 ft fl.00 JM I VOOI (K) 10.00 ; , s.ur s.no I ia.no teolm.'... 1000 e I i an I in on i an mi a I an nn I M nn I K.i in 1 HUM) 15 00 SO .00 30.00 6T.00 70.00 BusltiessCard, oneinch or less, one year, 18 00 Crd In Business Dlreitory. on year, fl 00 Legal anil Transient Advertisements will be rbarged One Dollar per square for the first In sertion, and Fifty Ceota per square for each ettdl lluiial Imertlon. A equare la Ihe apace of one Inc...

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. — 11 January 1883

I SIN 1IAR00S FREB . PRESS. t XL JTJLUK. PubUaUr. BAN MARCOS, TEXAS TEXAS TOPICS. The state fish commissioner will soon ship 15,000 young carp from Austria to north Texas. As much astwo bales "of cotton to the acre are said to havo been gath ered by some farmers in Travis county. The official circular announcing the absorption of the ; Galveston, Houston & Henderson by the Gould system, has appeared. The negotia tions for the purchase have been going for some time, but tho bargain was not settled , until Thursday ; of .this .week... .-. , :. i. v.-.i- . . v, ... -i , The Texas & St. 'Louis Narrow Gauge is now completed from Bird's Point, opposite Cairo, Illinois, ' to Clarendon, Arkansas, a , distance of 216 inks, And 1 only forty " miles of track-laying remains to be ' completed to finish the entire line. This will be accomplished in thirty days. An iron bridge over the White river, with a draw of 800 feet, was swung into po , sition yesterday. Freight . trains are running ...

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. — 11 January 1883

Indust rl Dere lpwat of the South. Ko on "circumstance , pertaining to thf history of the past more strikingly Sustrates the extent of the resources S the country and the energy of its illation tha the recent industrial ffiopmcnt of the sotth. In . 1805 Jiig section of our country found it !pif As the result of four year's war entirely prostrate, without industry, lithout tools, without money, . credit or crops; deprived of local self -government, and to a great eitext of all poli tical privileges, the flower of its youth in the hospitals, or dead - upon ' the battle-fields, with society disorganized, and starvation imminent or actually present. But the year 18G8, the third year of the .free-labor? experiment, brought an improvement. The har vest was sufficiently abundant to ' fur nish the people with cheap food and to produce a largo surplus for the fu ture and for export, while the value geturned from the sale of the exporta ble product of that year, in the form of cotton,' ' grai...

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. — 11 January 1883

Free Press. ISAAC H JULIA1T, - BAN btAROOa, TBXAB Tho Seguta 7Ym issued a patent outeido last week to show it readers what it wan, and aays : 'Wa 'home print' feljowa turn np our noeea at the DRU)ut' bovs. but if the sub. Sditor. scribers were consulted v doubt if the pat- enU would not get the majority." Three rears aim the subscription list of .. . thia paper was doubled in lengm wiuijd m montha after the change from an entire home print to a patent outside. If our ad rertkinir natronaca was to full off sufficient I'.N'rcREn at tii pout omci T BAH mabco r jtifT jt which we have no thought rms as aaoovn cls mattm. j 1 0f ever being the cane we snowa doi uem - - "r-.:r I tate to again adont the patent. - - ... a a mr ni hwriisa Coairs'J ALL ft iiwmiui u m T,Vv,.r n,ni.tr thou adds its testi ro.:,fti ia ..usm mo to that of the g nia r W t0 the BQ. A Double Vindication. Pr merits of the", o-operatiye plan of I narrArur nnh1iah!n(T hat WB nOUCS alBO It ia no., uwmmon to hear peopia ape...

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. — 11 January 1883

rv 0 0 r 0 Hi a 0 0 w 0 0 m 'ti 0) c3 o 0 n 7J 0 vO Kree Press. iUlAY.JJANUAltY, 11. 1882. riTMli TABLE. jjjtSiisai aijat Sarttea Railroad fSioUlO DIVISION: Aoili" yiK-hmu )r jlunii-r St HruulrU. tta Aiiouio" 3.6M" ..4..U . 4:44 .6.0.) ..f.:32 .. 6.MV . 6-2 . K.UO M. . 7.45 A. M. , B:T " 8:41 " .U5 " , 8:aa " . HMO " lo :w 12:10 P. M. KlrkkM, .. MO P.M. .. 6:41 " ,. M .. 65 .. 4.84 .. 4 " BOITNO KOETU. MAIU . 11 OA A.M . WM'i " . 10.au " ,.10 0t " Aiirtln H.ncbur ...v.' Ilnpre Kvle ftS MARC08 Huntr...... Brnuufelf. tl.il AiiWfl" ...9.lf . . .8.4ft .I.7.K. 8:31 US " HOME NEWS. w.ul colds" "arc all the rage," hj Laege lot of Zigler shoes at Turner & Co. ' - .'1 il 1 ful Ann ft K ft a a Johnson and Johnson. 1 pISB lot of blankets, just received at H TOBNER fc COS. H A Situation for aa excellent "mail" teach er is advertised for ia the Lockhart Register. Bagging and ties, jnst received at Torneb Pond Co'. Wb are so e agents for the Weir plows, the P best in the market. Tcbnkb & ...

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. — 11 January 1883

OLD SAYIN08. As bUni m a beetle. At sharp m a laaos, At g prsaoaJngy At gay M danee, At Ut M tbt gloamlnV At Ukt m two pcta, At crook'd m rtm't horn, At round m ft ehtese. . AiDitui flounder, , At tttoky ft gam, At wide m t oommon, Aitlgbttiftdrom, At white ftt ft milltr, At black ftt ft crow, At leta ftt ft greyhound, AiUntMi bow. Airtil tt ft btndbox, 1 At ttout ftt tn otk, At queer ftt ft Quaker,' At game tt ft cock, At oute ftt ft lawyer, . Atqure ftt die,, ; ; j At keen i'i'rwr,' At vttm at pie. - . t At drunk ftt ft piper, j AttoberfttftJudKe, At clean tt ft ahayin', At filth tt smudge, At twift ftt tn arrow, At tlow tt ft until. At blithe t ft linnet. At right tt the mail. Glasgow Jlern Id. NEVER TOO LATE. 1 fjwsw.EAi:Bind..-vi ' Will Reynolds, the young fireman, an attache of ."engine fourteen," on the Mill Valley Railroad, etood at the: kitchen-sink, putting "a coat j of white" upon , his face and ; . hands aa ho said, after, a fireman's grimy .day's work. ,, .... "Mother!"...

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. — 11 January 1883

jBEAUHfi CP A SCHOOL. -Ukl.fTMfk.r.. It ww Pven ou curck Sunday Art school would open on Monday -nminff. After that evening service Soys got together, talked it over, decided to give the new teacher Jst a week. It had been thawing Sr a day or two, and the boys were i .infincr. so thev thoueht thcv afford to spend a week educating Semselves in how to break m. a iclool. On the evening ve were duly elected a member of tho class of hard etizens, and we were to open the ball !d do something bad, get the teacher to lick us, and then the boys were to Jump in ana aeiV' ' "jr """"8 . :v,T nnmmcncea. ana the teach er proved to be a sickly-looking, slim sort oi aieuow, it. Vnnd n.nd a face like a trirl. Every time he looked at one 'of the bovs there eeemea w uv tux bajucboiuu t hope you will bq-goodV. Whqn;he bad j anytlihAg td i - sajr . id, scholars W said pWse.and gave.btber evi dences, of. being pretty , soft, vwe- All thought. - That morning- the,, weather changed," arid it froze hard, "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. — 11 January 1883

ii !! ': -v. i !3 '3 1 . i '. i lie Lows lut He 1'cnnures. In bang I nvr cn delight, My gentl rbyllU dear J ' Why will you bid frcn mortal right Tbtlforbd light and clear f do Htrt Ital bslo I at, Who wld ombrsgeoos brim Forlrelrt Ilka a pauctk Hal And bldti your lac a from blm, t ITho fala truuM gsi apoo yoor fact, Wbibemy lt nbrlned ' I da not lika tba y (rasa With which gou fre your mind. Of jirgup, prattle, anall talk, alaog t These thing do'ssdty mar J ul aplia of tbtaa, big bat aod bang, I'll takayou aayoti ara. Col. It. J. Sledge ban routed hit Urge farm tLiii tiido of Kyle to tl leiuwes of the state uileuitiar. It will be wornou uj cou ittH. At a meeting of school superintendents recently held in Houston g resolution wiw wlouted suiting the next legislature to paw a Inw authorizing acnooi comrauuutw w m i hemeelvea in addition to the state approp riations, as cities and towns aro now permitt- i d to do. J. W. Bftinos lmssold the McKinney Adr ocate to accept the position of s...

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