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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 18 January 1883

ircos Free Pre di-l M2 I. JI. JULIAN "Prove All Things i Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PltOPIUETOHs OL. XII. SAN MARCOS HAYS COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY JANUARY 18 i88v NO. 7. Free Press. I'liblishod Every Thursday by I.SAAC H. JULIAN To whom nil Letters should be Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. RATE OF SUBSCRIPTION. Onyr.n vnce .f3 00 . 135 16 m month ttree monlha " BATES OF AD VSR TISIXG . Doe square one Insertion ftl OOj each addition-illnn-rtion undtrone month. 60 cents ner aauare. 1 mo. 3 moil. 6nio. l'imoi 1 square- J " S " . u culm. . " 1 " i 3.50 9 fi.OO t 6.00 10.00 I2.no 20.00 30.00 fid CO $ 10.00 IS 00 20.00 30.00 6C.O0 75.00 I 5.00 e.or I 7.00 I TJ 00 I 20.00 7.00 0.00 10.00 20.00 35.00 Builuen Cards one inch or less one year 8 00 Card In Busiucsa Directory one year (2 00 lfgtl and Transient Advertisements will be clurgcd One Dollar per square for the first In- sertion and Fifty Gents per square for each addl. lionsl Insertion. A square Is the space of one Inch. Fractio...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 18 January 1883

SAN 1IARC0S FREE PRESS. 1 H. JTJLLiK FahliaW. BAN MARCOS TEXAS TEXAS TOriCS. The governor during tlio year is- sued 121 requisitions for fugitives from justice and sixtythreo warrants for arrests on requisitions from other States. Other statistics are not yet ready. State Health Officer Swcaringen's itli a history of the quarantine of the past year ho rep- Aofinioncv of S20.000 OC- casioned in confining the yellow fever epidemic to Brownsville nhd tho south sido of tlio Itio Grande to which pur- i. nnnria the United States rnrJnn Hospital service as having expended 05000. The St. Louis nailurag JtegUer says that Galveston has forever lost the golden opportunities and that New Orleans will have uie preiereuuu tli an over the metropolis WlUUJV ww - f onntli. Thfi trouble was that Galveston allowed Houston to become tlio nrinrinnl railwavtcrminous of the eta Tf fJnlvnuton had offered to stand the expenses of tho bridges to land the railroads would have done the rest but now the er rors...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 18 January 1883

Causes and Cure of Rheumatism rwimon rheumatism is 'a Jisn&Rn which affects the joints the binges of the bouym buch u wy uiui mo sugut- est motion of the ailing part gives pain. A creaking hinge is dry and tarns bard. A single drop of oil to moisten it makes a wonderful change nd it instantly moves on itself with the greatest facility. All kinds of rheumatism are the result of an in- flamation of the surface of joints. In- flamation is beat this beat dries their surfaces; hence the very slightest ef- fort at motion gives a piercing pain. In a healthy condition of the parts nature is constantly throwing out a lubricating oil which keeps the joints in a perfectly smooth and easy work- ing condition. Rheumatism is almost always caused indeed it may he nearer the truth to say that it is al- ways the result ef a cold dampness. A dry cold or a warm dampness does not induce rheumatism." -A garment wetted by perspiration or rain or wa- ter in any other form about a joint and allowed to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 18 January 1883

Free Press. ISAAC 2L JULIAN rvtA.r003. TEXAS. r;iir.l T TUB I'OSt )KCB AT MAM VARCOH HAtS i Hil'OXU 'LH1 MATTES. J TiJ fttsriiiar CcstrjU Ail tt iiwtlilni it ttti On Tho War l'(h. Wo copy tho following from tho laat l sua of tho Sequin Timo edited by Dr. YmdOoIL Hpeukinj of tho detuomU who Editor. HupnortAd Hutchiiion ho tayn: Tho HorohonJH talk aboat a Rrgmn ring nnd houop us a "ono of tho ring." Wo gave thorn crow: wo can do it azaiu- o Api uiou 1110111; wo uirytuem. j uetiio them. Wo auk UO lavors 01 luoir unium. ami they may do their worst Tho above would soom to be jut a little rough oa ooveral hundred citizens of llnyn and Cildwoll counties who have horetoforo rankod as DoniooroU. But not being a par LATE XKWS ITEMS. ty to tho controverny wo leave tho boliig crentn to settle tho matt it between them Tho Fbek rnEs.i during the nine yeara The onicUl 111 Jorliy lor lrlml lor 'mrii Mim upwards of 1uuu. m . n n.aiu r.f a-n Antonio tl to IQO ci..i Coli fpiiht la the offlcs of insura...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 18 January 1883

H A 0 H M C3 8 111 H H c 0 0 w 'fi f: O cS 0 -i 0 Free Press. 4 8XfTMAROOa TEXA8. 3 :rVtCAVrH"Nn.UtY 1. 1KS2. r 7i rijr?rt9toreKtfsU ALt thi Airortliisi !a til: mm tahle. 0 ."""""Tl !..7l an J fleMr Villain BaflftaaJ ') .S2"" Missis .N ANTONIO DIVISION: UUUNU 50 1 Til. MAIL. Aol!" Vrlii' iuirc Klf t'S MAKCOH. IIMI.KT jiew llraunfels. ju Anloulo... S.SR P. II. . 7:41 A. M. .t.Sl " .444 " .6.(14 .ft:3J " . 6 5 .6:28 " . JUKI " BOUND RORTH. MSII. It OSA.M 8:27 " 8:41 " BUS M :M " . 10.-40 10 JS li'io r. xi RfflMR 0 Aiit1n. . yancbaca Uupre ... . 8:48 P.M. )0:3i- 10.UU . 6:41 . 6;'.'0 ' . f.:05 " . 4.84 ' . 4I' . 3;Sa ' ID Kre 8AS MAHCOS... iimili-r 10.00 a 9.1ft .84.") (jw Braunfels gall Antonio. 7.1 1.45 I-IOnVEB NEWS. TaK favor of our Kaunas City corrcnpond. Y ent will appear Boon probably next week r Laros lot of Zigler shoes at Tusker & Co. ill Fine lot of blankets just received at Tcknbb fc Cos. H Fbksh garden seeds t Fbomme's J Wood wanted at this office on debts due 4 the na...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 18 January 1883

MY HUSBAND. Who took me from my ohlldhood'n homo And id he'd loo me all alone And for my Monfioe atone? My huftband. VUo jrambled at the poor beefetealc And bade me bettor coffee nuke And told me greater cure to takeT ' My hunband. VV'bo awore becauae tbe baby cried And to the iare room quickly bicd While I to quiet vainly triedT My huaband. Who tiara tho button off bia ahirt And mid I could thone ilia avert If I was more on the alert? My hunband. Who bade me riae the fire to make Whilo be another rap abould take Although I'd been all night awake? My buHband; Who when I auk for half a crown Knita up bin brow into a frown And aka me "Wbere'a the other gone?" My hunband. And when I neo my mother doar Who trieamy lonely lot t) chocr Who ayn nbe'a dreadful dreadful queer? My husband. Who Htaya away till late at night And thou cornea home so very tight That nearly 1 expire with fright? My huhband. Who breaks the china nlamn the door Leaven all hia clothes upon tho floor And Hweariit's al...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 18 January 1883

TEXAS. . M4 riff Matlts t tka Dlaua HeMiwi aad POMlbllltle of tkt loasSUr. Chicago Tint . . Texas ia bo laree in ita eeolocical position 18 60 oortant that it deserves to be treated Wn other state in the south lis shown such magnificent advance- ment as Texas. During the last ten buildinsr has been car- Za on with unexampled energy and lilindrCUS 01 Wiuuouuuo ui ouuucid most of them of the class having some means have maw uvwo nuuw . wWs. The immense area of Texas will be better appreciated when it is said that after throwing off 50- nnn souare miles as unfit for agricul- 3 1 i. O Or AAA lure the remainuer auuui m;ino. renreaents an area cnual to that now under ' cultivation in the entire umieu ottco mi mo "i crops consisting of hay grain cotton jnd potatoes. . Most of this land is Tery produtive and so favorable is the climate that almost any crop may be raised successfully. Eastern Texas is gandy timbered and adapted to cot- ton. Northern and central Texas is characterized by prai...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 18 January 1883

" Tlio Lfgrlit vt Pftjs I'0"? 1ast- Our ufturuoou of lifo hatt come ltd (Iitrkouiuc hours nro herd; Tho i v niiirf nIhkIowh lengthen Ami tho niglit h drawing uour. To hoimo tho ky in bright to sorao With cloud in overcast lint Htill njxm our proHcnt Hinilcs Tho lijjht of diiyn long I'unt TJio nntuiim of our lifo i hero 1U Kuniinor flower- aro dtoJ TLu MicwlhiK l'y Lutb Htill its. charm And young lips roy rod. What though the rivor to the-uaa Itun Hteadily and font? Fpon it Hhifting wbtci Htill wniles Tho light of duy long past. We meet here as we met of old The KongH thou sung to sing And care and sorrow to tho windfl Pofltiutjy wo fling. (Tnchauged by time and circumstance- Our noonday friendships last And on our narrowing circles smilca The light of days long pant. Albebt Tub. For the Fjiee rnKss. A Criticism and Review. . It in secn. in all ayes of EccleiaKtical his- tory that the Living God of Christ occa- sionally sent His sorvants with powor and authority to sift tho ungodly p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 25 January 1883

PresSo ft an lviarco H ree PltOPlUETOU. I. II. JULIAN "Provo All Things; Hold Fast that which Is Cood." SAN MARCOS HAYS COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY JANUARY 25 188$. KG. 8' VOL. XII. . luwailUHMM AU USSf Free Press. pu1hIJ Every Thursday by ISAAC H. JULIAK -0 vbom all Letter should be AddrossoJ. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. "paths of scitscitimos. ...oar.in advance ?2 CO 1 28 fit ODtBl XtHf tnonlbs " 76 JtATSS OF ADVERTISING. noe HUire oae Insertion 1 00; each addition- al insertion wider one ruonlu. BO cents pnr square. j i mg. I moi Bnios. IS (. 2 80 COO $ H.OO f. 10.00 15.00 80.00 SO.OO r.c.oo 7G.00 j 6qur. 1 " S ' ' u colm. . 5.00 00 10.00 13.00 30.00 .H0.00 fiO I'O 6.00 f.00 12.00 . no 10.00 so.oo 36.00 20.00 Boil new Cards one nch or us ono yer' W 00 Csrds In Business Directory ene year 2 00 Ic.l and Transient Advertisements will be d.rged One Dollar per square for the first in- sertion and Fifty Cents per square for each addi- Uonal Insertion. A square Is the space of one Inch. Fracti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 25 January 1883

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. I. IL JULIAN Publisher. BAN MARCOS TEXAS kxas Torus. MerUlian lilada: During the year j"t cosed there were 124 requi- sitions for fugitives issued by Gov- ernor Roberts aud dining the name period only sixty-thrco warrants for nrr'btrt on requisitions from other state. This thows that the rascals are trying to Ktaway from Texas in- stead of coming here as in former times. k'arian Sun. A capitalist has bought C0 00 acres of lamlhi Stevens ouiily near urecKcunuge uuu jo fencing it in. The commissioners court has granted him permission to fence the public roads by obligating himself to make large - public gates and keeping parties nt them at all hours of the day to open and close them. It. is btated that the closing of this vast body of land has caused many to leave the county and kept thousands of immigrants from settling there. He paid 2 per acre for th laud and has fenced it with barbed wire. In one direction it is fifteen miles across it. lit. Pleasant Xcws : ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 25 January 1883

"JUMIE IS DYIMJ." T1" Vtkti Bt b' b' Tto ralh ou CLrUtnss. Ef. I -Muuiio is dyiuff." These were tho words that-the lcrupb kcv clicked upou the silence thatluw fallen upon the station of Licli John llcutbcoto was in charge ft was Christmas eve and for nearly four bours mim 'u 8at iere inly occupant of the little room in vlneli his business ns telegraph oper- ator and 3qot master was transacted. we bad listened in a mechanical sort of way to tao me?saSes that w ere flushing over the wires orders con- cerning the movements of trains brief commercial messages telling in terse language th state of the mar- kets" in aft Pftrts wor Christ- mas greetings from friends and rela- tives who sought to make separation less painful by an interchange of kindly words and sentiments and in the midst of them all came those three words to his office three 'little words that meant sorrow and desolate hearts jn some household on the morrow the day when peace and joy and good fill should reign everywhere ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 25 January 1883

nun Free Press. ::aac it juliah Editor BAN MAnOOH TBXAB. N.xrcnco at thk pnt omen at bak mabooi TtXA JH WOXO CLiM J r i-tii rjrtiT CertM'J AU ft Atntttibl li U ' i...n.n.uiiliH baan scdullted of tbs CDSres .f .UrJerln Jsck Ilril.. Th IpwM b" emmet to link.. Ilow.v.r Kood many ( tbs friend of lUrrl. tw luoss who wor tbs c. could net bs Irl.d In Ju.tlcs Id IMS coioij wr Uuul liiibt. itn Li fainm hnms TboinD'Od reeelfsd tbs 0T n.nrfu. aeonnu.rlnsbero. Iwsi.frsst dsf for Autlu.-J. .d . lr. Washington Letter. (From our Regular CorrcHiwrndont) Vabuimotoh January 15 1883. Tho past week lma becu a very busy ono in Vuhiugton. Congress has boon busy l.i tho Houso aud in the Henate ; tho lobby 1.:ih becu busy in and about Congress; and hocii-ty ban been buBy in hundreds of draw inn rooms. Congress boa forty-ono work- ing days yet remaining and it hoa about four mouths' work on bond mostly In the h1 tape of buHincKS that should have boon i-I.m id out during tho List Houston. A pen- .ion bill ap...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 25 January 1883

n (5 n a 15 0 (D 0 H 4 0 u ri H A 0 a 0 Free Press. aAtj MAROOS TEXAB. XiTuBSDAY. JANUARY 23 1682. ' . . I.... f . T.T. it. Hlflf'piU V -a rsi irgsi "" .. .... ... ..... fjr : tiC3X n Un toi Ostilit pagsi. TIME TABLE. q lahrnaM and Brat Northers Railroad SAN ANTONIO DIVISION: BOCXD SOUTH. MAIf. SPRIM . 7:45 . M 8:T " utln 'A51-?1 Viuchnca. A 1 8:41 B.US 9:M Pufire iKMABC0i'. Hunter ....... jie llrauofela. gin Antonio.. ..6.05 ..6:32 .. 66 it it . 10:40 10.JM 1J:10 P. M. ..:28 . 8:00 B0U3D UOUTH. MAIL. .nll!n I1.06A.M Br.::::::::::." giS MARCOS... 9:S Hunter - Uw Braunfol 8:45 (tn Antonio T.IS Kxraiss 6:40 P. If. 6:41 " 6;28 6:05 " 4.14 4 09 " 8:82 1.45 " HOME NEWS. Thermometer now 6tands at about CO 0 . Laboe lot of Zigler shoes at Ttoseb & Co. Wood wanted at this office on debts due the same. Saddlirt and harness a large and superi- or stock at Tpbneb & Co's. Fin'B lot of blankets just received at Tubneb & Cos. Plowiko gardens and other spring work f J jg ia progress in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 25 January 1883

SLAShKH. A auft 1 " f U'l Yet l'r' wl wllh kliama ami Now. uiltfht II only IUmI No Urtliir ill ihd ! quick kii'I t r aT CauuM u)' tl. IHllu (uuii'l ; AuvlUcr iua UAH bn a'.bnl It ! ' Aii'l il waudarwl roi J 1'roiM ar l I'C. lrm li to ". I Mill II rty:llil kii.iIo 't Ami Ulu liililuuun i.li.iu ihuf It pr''ij tint lui!tirr' art. IliU waa Hi' li'i'rt ! ""'il " " V Ih-ii firm ita lioi-ui wi k' j It ri-adia I tbt ll' u Ull'r Aji J ttiut It lnuku. to r ia it ' t'liitil to (itlu r cum. It caiuu a tkunilcr rraali in Inn Tliat (rttl) Klrl. fair "" ay. Tbat Kiitlnli'M girl. o pum tail true. TU aM a lovely liunuiilUK Mid 3 tut lu a frirMt Illy Jay And drciiuwl tin tiimuer morn away Wa killed by a guu'a rrporl Jtuiua iiU boy bad Urn I lu aport! Tha ry asuud daatb wu ! Aaa tliaa liar happy lieart. tlmt bant With lata anJ Uopo. u tint and aweat (-I-.m1 ia ita Ully. too; Kar wba Uia maid tbat knaw But awaad tha li.Uai.ta flawar-Uke tfraoa Of brr yanag form aaJ facaJj Wbrn firt that word her Htfbt ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 25 January 1883

Cov Ireland' luaugnral Address. jn nssuming t"e dnties ' df ninuitratc of this the most splendid JJpxnonwealth ou earth I do so with Soulits and forebodings as to my capac- ity for the task. Looking back a few years we he- bold Texas a part of tbo Spanish King- dom; hv tho revolution of 1824 she Wame'a imrt of the republic of Mex- ico; Mexico refused to her distant territory that just and equal place in the family that was duo to tho people aud Texas having been sought by blood that knew what freedom and equal ' .jpiits were this blood aided by many noMo families descended from that of Castile soon inaugarated the move- ment that culminated at San Jacinto and spoke a new nation into life. For many years the Republic of Texas consisted of her ancient and nolle settlement in eastern Texas the lower Brazos settlement and the missions includiug San Antonio; her progress was slow but soon the idea of annexation began to grow and was made a finality m 1845; her popula- tion was then about...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 25 January 1883

1 '1 f . J - I it CI :k ; ' i 'i '!: - & i; ;l i'1 ..-.iw.i.t intn ( atntA of voir Litter cxAoper nt ion which wan iroductive of n tumlwr of ;Jjy hired urniiKlea ami CnuIIy Uid the It'iiudiitfou for a four days iuwuu m t.ou.o novcLty or i;ity ptruons uccmuo m vohod. To conclude Rpcalinff of Llhcral's Institu Crttm ! .ffirt i Luirin Hindu to build I Liiitrnl'H orhau homo there; ouiy J'urt of the nccpsHnry lunas Jinvo oucn wimiiwi w thnprojwt rtand rtill. It wni published M.n of hn Kt. IjOihh Tinners lust bemeni I. ttinf n n hundred thouwmd dollar lmd hcon secured for tho building of the ..r..i.n'u l.omn nt Liberal. Ti nt was a wido iniHtftko. The town of Libeml iu made np by lxtween three hundred and four hundred jooilu from nearly overy muio ju u;o m 'I'ho lusineHa enterprises there are ono newMwtper several dry ('oodn nud ifroccry tst.ihlihhmcuti ono hurdwaro utore one iinm Htorc one bakery two boot nnd hlioo hhopit oue drcs-t maker two different dt.al- is in ftfrrieultural imp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 1 February 1883

Sao A fir r f ' J "i 1. H. JULIAN Provo All Thlng3i Hold Fast that which is Cood." PltOPmETOlt. VOL. XII SAN MARCOS HAYS COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 1 1SS3. NO. 9. COS W N Free Press. IMbHslied Kvery Thursday by ISAAC U. JUJUIAW To whom all Letters should be Addressed. Of f ICE East Side of Plaza. HAWS OFSIBSCUII'TIOX. ....r.tii advance f2 00 l( mouth ree months " 1 26 T5 HATKS Or ADVERTISING. On squire. oi.e Insertion 1 00; eaeb addition- oertloii under one month. 60 cents oar edir. ' j I mo. 3 mo. I 8 mo. 18 mos ....... I 2.50 fi.OU S.00 I 7.00 A. 00 10.00 12.00 20.00 .HO. 00 5i CO $ 10.00 15 00 20.00 30.00 6C.0O 76.00 1 I u 1 7.00 I 10.110 00 00 M ' su.oo I :. BmltieH'Ctrtn.onoH'cbor leRII( oue ycar jg 00 Cirds lit Business Directory one year 2 00 Ugsl anl Transient Advertisements will bo tbtrpd One Dollar per square for the first In- ertion. and P"!' C'1 Pr Bure for "ch "IU" limit Insertion. A quare U the space of one ImIi. Fractional square will to counted si full iurci. l a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 1 February 1883

SAN UABCOS FREE PRESS. t XL JULIAN Publisher. BAN MARCOS TEXAS TEXAS TOPICS. Tho receipts at the Stato Treas- ury 0110 day last week from land sales were $50000. Only nine members of the pro- sent senate were members of the pre vious body. Palestine is discussing a prospect: for a S25.00O public school bhlding. Also for illuminating the city with! tho electric light. The gritty deputy U. S. Marshal Joe Sbcely who arrested Treasurer Polk near Larado will reap the re- ward of his bravery and integrity. On the very day that he nabbed tho fugitive and refused a bribe of 8000 to "hands off" the legislature of Ten- nessee passed a resolution offering a reward of 5000 for Polk's capture. Two hoodlums from Gonzales county stood on tho platform at Se- guin the other day and as the cars nnsr(l umiisfid themselves bv smash ing the windows to the great tenor of tho passengers. They were arrested tried nd lined 170 which consider- ing the high order of fun they enjoyed was cheap enough to preven...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 1 February 1883

.. TFX1S "PISUIHDLE." yni. HUM s.aaeewa lews Malta rwir-now nsier ..Crow"' 11lCorrPudenc of h olobe-Democrt' Antonio Tex. January 18. ... I'll. -.-M.pfl of red prane land cdv- 5 with mcsuite and buffalo grass- .nmetimes rising into abrupt but. S or breaking up into deep " ridzes covered with ravines jagged Scanio rocks seamed with canyons T0r" .nervals intersected Lv itt lS inerVftll intersected by brackish streams this is the fflle of Texas the home of the rote the jack-rabbit and the prairie fl tile native heath of the cowboy. There is no timber worth speaking f except the raesquite shrub which Lliesfood for beast and fuel for Ian The seemingly harmless rivers Icarcely running the dry season when Lllen by heavy rains or a suddenly bursting waterspout are transformed into foamiug torrents which sweep mcn and stock to destruction. SOIL AND WATER. The Tandhandlo comprises some gfty counties which aggregato about 65 000 square miles of territory and lies north of the 82d parallel of l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 1 February 1883

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Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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