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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 22 February 1883

Free PresSo arco I. II. JULIAN, "Provo All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Good." PHOPIUETOli, VOl" XII. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY, 22, 1883. NO. 12, Free Press. lnbllslied Every Thursday by ISAAC II. JULIAN, To vloiu all Letters should be Addressed. OFFICE-East Side of Plaza. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Qeayear, In advance gls aoiitki jarae niontbi ' fS 00 1 78 n m rva nr 4 n rirp rrx rva Qa square. o.a Insertion $1 00; each addition Ynnnlli M avnfa Bar aon-r 1 "" 1 mo. 3 mot, 0 inot. H moi riiire t S.60 1 o- 00 10.0a , S.OOI 7.00 10.00 16.00 ; m s.uf! .oo n.no ao.oo L-'oohn fOOf 10.00 10.00 30.00 5 ' 12 00 1 20.00 SO.OO 6C.00 f 30.00 1 36.00 60 00 76.00 Soilness Card, one inch or Ism, ooo year, 68 00 ' Card in Baslnesa Directory, one year, t2 00 Laml and Transient Advertisement wtU be barged One Dollar per equar for the Brat In sertion, and Fifty Con per square for each add! iianal Insertion. A aquare it the apaoe of one taoh. Fractional square wilt be counted...

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. — 22 February 1883

THE WAYSWi: JI7;U. no M,,rl at tho wavniJ.. well, Whore Uie wt.r wm c..l.l " " ' nolftl.UfMTiK"'",,05 . ,. W,ytl,i.UTHU.i.Hlu thudu-tyroaJ To drink at tho waxil' 11. IIoHRyMwi,!'lliK,"v,,1,"",;N, rofron,H.all'Hna,.riatt!,.huc:,t',Hll1o Tho wutur iiluMU 'l hi.i'K 1' lit. lirt' l U t Hi" ' 1 . . AimI In-lit !': t" tho ,u.-i.-t,Hl.rim; No fun-own of tiui' " w Tho f:u o thut l..olu-l h;ii-!uii hint. Ho caw hut n f.mii'i-" 1y Ah li.iht.H.j.i-1 oVrtlMil.ri.il t.Mh mH, A...1 ru,My u,..l t;i..:iul m tho hAvJnu faro That lint liit ''' tl,; Th; vyi'rf v'io Hiimiy uml i i ;ir, Ami t'n! 1-row uniliiiiiiH'.l y "''. Whil., from muVr tho I.jipi of U' hat Htiuylcuihof chestnut huh. lid tunu il nway with a m;h; Nor I'ouhl cinchinaii or ftimm tell Why tlm nnntcr utoiipcd in hi rih that tlay To tlriiJt ut tho wuywMo v.-ll. H iiltrr I. iivh 1. Mil. BUSTER'S CALF. A North Carotins l;.t "-' :n:in !u C.wrt. Ia the mountain region of North Carolina a man named John Foster wiiii recently tried for assault a...

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. — 22 February 1883

DISASTEKS OF A MO.NT1I. Tbsvuad Utm Lot la Jinutry 01 Laud anil tHear. Kew York Hun. January was ft remarkable mouth, fatal and terrible collisions, fires J",' ,losions and tho alarming death to tho list of busine&s falures, nnd Kvcrwhflmins scries of shocking Baltics that marked it will mako LcmoraWe for years. The mouth had lust begun when tlB news of Gambetta's death was Llicd over the wires to all parts of Sevorld. Tho myutery that hung over it, together with the perturbation ind excitement it caused in Franco, Jade the event the sensation of tho world for several days. Three days later camo tho news of ii.a unread of disaster and death over a v., ,Vrt of Europe. Thft Rhino and .i. T..nnhfl rose, inundated villages ...t tAwns. washed away bridges. undermined houses and spread distress over many nines vi wxi-iwiy. mc Rhine dam at LubwigsJiaten gave way and mnuy people were drowned. The list of the cicaa aioug me ixirnw niun mora than seventy persons Franco, Switzerland and Au...

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. — 22 February 1883

Free Pre,ss. ISAAC JL JULIAN, Zdltcr. HAN MA.UOOO, TE3CAJ3. FROM AU8TIX. LfjMatlT and General Notes. . Acrrm, Feb. 20th, 1883. rD. Turn Perns: Now that tbs Legiala- turs ii holding two seauious a daj, tlic mem THURSDAY, FEBItUAKY 22. 13. lri and oSCcf rs havs but little time at their convicts who die in prison. The Attorney dirW. Horn member, .rt tbiU at tbe General says uia law is Pww u u I ond of tbe f0 dnye manr of the moat iru iV.NTKiiru at run riwr ornci at saji mabcoh ortant j,, wju jIwt be under "headway, Ttna AswuJOtfu clam matteu.j ,1-oUm their intention to rote for ad 7L r.-:jriJt festrtU AIL tH ilrrtliltf U till nnient rather than stay hire At $2.00 day.' Others connd tl&t the Got. will t.iwa .ftll.l Midon" immedmUIy niter Th. y are untieing a fa in other Uloumment, which will hold tho Bute So- well u4 in Texiw nl.out restricting land-own- - ..i.. fjnr Ipl nature M couwaonDH uo """" -r -- nnoKLon nnd leuiHlntiou in needed on the the Joy of the ' fres lunch" giver. qno...

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. — 22 February 1883

1 Free Press. ' " i i 7)t3f Coatroll Alt tt Alrertlrfit.U till 13 Jmni u wall M tt Ontills HW, nr M'1"" TIME TABLE. rS5ST W Mot foM gJNTONIO division! 1 BOUHU BUU1B. mail. nivtuee 4 .M F."M 8:30 A. K. iBftl" ... a 1ft ehcA .. Ill lI- ...... 6:43 BU ft? " - " uco,.::. : 80X7TTD XOBTH. ail, Kxrsaaa, 1 10 4S1.V. ............ 6:SP.X. SS- 2 :: J, : ip m ::t! M AH 'ilABCOS... 0:15 4.10 Braunfela....8:tl .. i0 Astonlo T.lt " .......... inio 1.00 Weather not bad sinoe oar last. Washinotoh's birth-day. "Our flag is there." flew and varied line of Laces and Trim ihWb fast received. P. B. Tuxins k Co. An extra quality of VIOLINS andVIO. UK8TEINGS just received at Saw Maboos Booxstobb. , At cost, clothing, woollen dress at cost flannels and all other woolen goods goods, t P. R. Tcbneb fc Go. 1 ' Bh it remembered that Fry, at the sign of the Indian squaw, keeps the best stock of tobaccos and cigars to be found in Sao Marcos. Thb Court House is now being hastened rapidly to completion. The County...

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. — 22 February 1883

, i 1 ( . V ' ! i. . r it i' W is j 'it 1 ! i ; 1.5 , i i SAN HAECOS FREE PRESS. X. n. PUiaher. A2f MARCOS, TEXAS TEXAS TOrilS. rnnntcrfeit Mexican dol- ith silver, aro abundant on tbo Texas frontier. Tfrnn Western! From the door tho Double Ul vui v...v " ... MmintAin in Kent county, a distauco of seventy miles. Broom-corn ia successfully culti vatcd in north Texas, and as a paying crop it is said to bo nucaa oi auyunug tho state. It yields over a ton to the ncre.nnd the poorest quality is worth $50 per ton. Tbo horso trado of Texas is rapidly growing in importance, and assuming proportions only surpassed ly its cattle trade. Large herds of horses aro driven nnd sold every sea. son, droves of 1,(KJU and 2,000 often being controlled by one man. Nothing' as yet lias been done regarding the leuse of tlio penitentia ries. To- judoing flora, the , report of tlio commit tee Kent to investigate tho prisons, it will require at least 1,000, (J00 to erect a new prison, improve tho ono ut Hunt...

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. — 22 February 1883

on J. and ex. Hi shall, and alreaj in tl, entire, "risk de. o Tolga. J tiiO out the o luiJd 0 BH)t. . ' much earners h Lave 9. Not cauoo, e fact ' only wlula e feet great ecd of aid to their . wglit up a 0, to will fur ivcrs 3 au luers vcr to South Carolina J'liosyliutesl i recent correspondent of tho New rlstiug information in regard to the iierliil ihosnhato deposit in South ?w!iua. Tina deposit, which forms kr'oft B0urce ot wvenuo to tho J'vJ'aijdto tlio mining of which f.s'oa Islands to a great extent owe duir present prosperity, cxteuus irora Sfl Cooper river on tho North, to tho S road river ou tlio South. Tho tract of hud watcr 8un)0SC to k under yd by tlia phosphate stratum, is Sout 100 miles Ions and 25 mile3 iJo. Originally all this tract wis nnJer water, and tlio islands wore formed by the. blow growth of saud Lira and gradual elevation of tho country. Tho phosphate rock lies on a led of clay, not in a solid sheet, bnt much as tiie paving btonos in tho gauiibed of the cit...

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. — 22 February 1883

Social UlHhlpatlon at Washington. Wo clip Uie followlug from a lute Waau ini.'too letter: Whoa Senator", Members, Cabinet Min ister ud Jiihticea of the Supreme Court are hmd in swallow-tail coats, with the gorg oouhIt arroyod wive and daughters of some other mM, at two o'clock in tbo morning eating chicken wind, flcolloped oyHtcro, drinking chumpoguo, and inhaling curbowo aoid ciw, ouo bctfin to get an iiutigbt of Uie real Honrce. of bilioiw legiKlation and kx ftdniiniHtration. No wonder that it is diffl cult for CongroHH to aiwcinblo at tho early hour of 11 A. M., or that on the calling of the aonato roll ono day Uwt week Honator liutlor of South Carolina van tho only Bon ntor who answered to his name. The social entertainuiout began on Mon day evening, orrathoron Sunday, fori it iH on this day that "Koyal Bob," as the lato rresidont called Mr.Ingereoll, holds bis re ceptions, aud they woro continued with un abated fury throughout the week, ending with a grand ball given at the Uri...

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. — 1 March 1883

Free fm an j. II. JULIAN, "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PHOPJUETOlt. VOL. XII' SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1883. NO. 13. J . Free Press. Vubllshed Every Thursday by ISAAC H. JULIAN, To wboiu all Letters bhould be Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. - RSTSSOFSCSSCIill'TIOX. Cjur.iu advance. .(2 00 . 1 36 76 jiX months vtrs month! " BATES Or ADYER TISIXG . One square, one Insertion $1 00; eaoh addition ' l nrtion under ons month, 60 cent, per sausre. " l mo. 3 moi. 6 mot. Ilium 1 q"re I I V t 2.50 5.00 ft.00 10.00 is.no 30.00 so.oo 60 CO t 10.00 16.00 30.00 80.00 6C.00 7C.0O 3.00 e.or 7.00 1 12.00 I so.oo 7.00 S.00 S V col' 2 " r - 10.00 20.00 36.00 Business Cards, one loch or lees, one year, tS 00 Cards In Buslnosa Directory, one yeer, 12 00 teftl nd Translont Advertisements will be bsrgrd One Dollar per equare for the flrrt In sertion, and Fifty Centa per aquare for each addt lianal insertion. A aquare la the apace of one Inch. Fractiona...

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. — 1 March 1883

SAN 1IAEC0S FREE PRESS. L H. JULIAN, PnblWiw. SAN MARCOS, TEXAS TKXAS TOPICS. The Texas & Pacific machine ,va ot Mnrshal. Texas, contain a working force of 000 men the larg est, it is said, of any similar institu tion in the south. The monthly dis bursements amount to nearly $00,000. The horse trade of Texas is rap- iAlv ffrnwintr in importance, ami as suming proportions only surpassed by its cattle trade, .barge nerus vi are driven and sold every season, droves of 1,000 and 2,000 often being controlled by one man. Ihtknp Adrerlhcr: bo far as i,a .ef-ililislmd newsnaners are con- cerned, tliey have got along in tlio past well enough without legal adver tising, except in the few instances nnw rfmiircd bv law. and ' are in splendid condition to get along well in the future. A majority of the capers who have urged the necessity of having sheriff's sales advertised have done so from a 6ense of duty to the public. 1 Knnis Commercial llecorder: It is necessary that we have stock and, ...

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. — 1 March 1883

OLD TIMES IX813TA FE. .i.t C'lbrt Is JilflU Three Rindrea titu,'i Thirtjr-Thira Aaultsrsary. NwYork lluiea. of Santa Fe, New Mex- . .i TrDarincr to celebrate what . call their -tertio-millennial," or, n other words, three hundred and Jirtv-third anniversary of the settle Z'.'t 0f the town. Ex-Chief J ustice ? Bradford Prince, of that Territory who is in this city, was seen by a Timet reporter yesterday. lie said tht the first European who ever went trough the region now occupied by ve Mexico, was Cabeza, de Baca, who was wrecked on the coast of Texas to 1581. He gave 80 brilliant an ac count of the country, that in 1541 Corondo organized the nrst expedi tion to the Territory, and, as nearly is can be now ascertained, Santa Fe was settled in 1550. The celebration of this important event in the history of the Southwest is to occupy the whole month of July. Two perma nent exhibition halls are to contain the main features of the occasion. In one there will be a collection of historical ...

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. — 1 March 1883

If 1 ! J ii' ! U. a " )1 1 it if if! 5 i: Free Press. John W. Thompson, wbo fall l tbt storming f th I Alamo." Julnt Itetololloo 5a. S.WTo authorlt loeorpo rated Ulr ami town tod count! and kuooi districts or eoruinotililes, snjr errtaln clreomstait ees, lo I nJ rollxl eUl ad tlorrn in for ins support of the pabllo fr schools, In addition to th pro rata atallabla school fond rtoolf ed from lb ante." Commit tea on Education 'An act lo adopt I certain el of aeheol books, lob osed by all lb ' pnhllafr school of tbe Slat of Teias." Tlrporl I STr.nRi) AT TUB TOST OKKICH AT St MABC08 adverse!, baeaoaa tba Board of Education bira lb TEXAS AH lll.CllNIl d.Artrc HllltBij I pur l (rni uu irimi tuui Chanowalb'a Ballraad bill, walcn prorme lor Tai rnprlitsr Csatroli AIL tbi Alrirtiih li Bill tba appointment of a Board or Commissioner lo fix I rait for tranapnrtatlon and lo prarant unjust JI crimination ami extortions, la a Tolomlnona (loco ISAAC II. JULIAN, - - - Editor. 8S.W Tvt MOO.3, TF.XAiJ...

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. — 1 March 1883

Free Press. MAROOS, TEXAS. a- Iwjksday, MARCH 1, nwa. TIME TABLE. Is! fANTONIO DIVISION: B0U3U SUU1U. HAIL. kxreeat , ,, 4 .M P. U 0.30 A. U. Wl .'..6.68 ' T " S::::V,-, v::.v.v.r.K BOUITD KORTfl. NAIL, fli .,,, 10 43 A. K 6:46 P. U. ' l!r. ...... "." - ! gLEs? ; :::::::::::: vu. Rr.unfel.....8-Sl 3.15 iST Anwnlo T.l " - 1-00 " Tire weather is "perfectly lovely!" Several cases of scarlet fever are report ed here. 50 dozen Glen shirts just roceivcd at TCIINEB fc CO.. New goods and (styles in ladies' neck vear. Johnson & Co. 100 bushels German Millet at $1.50 at Tukneb fe Co. Drees goods at lowest prices at Johnson tit Johnson. Dailey & Bro., aro receiving their Spring Slock iu all departments. Give them a call A totb is to be taken at Kyle on the 10th instant, on the question of incorporating the town. lleeollect our full spring stock will now be steadily arriving. Johnson & Johnson. Ai cost, clothing, woollen dress at cost ftumels and all other woolen goods goods, at P. ...

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. — 1 March 1883

A SOCIABLE AT TUB PARSOS'S ...i .. .t.,i-.wl tim iliMr with crtimlM, tn.l nurkl tU lv of bU olwlewt book Villi tbo jnlnt of thoir Krour thumb Tk-y Iil'"l bUlwl bib anl tblck ' VI.. I. . !.. ,.f iml.iilltllV CkO. Mil B ........ . 11 1 1. 1... i iiiitutrnJ toat and M IUIU III" H""" .(.IN Wbii b Hi" pallor' wift diil inako. TI.My b.rnn around ClyUt' cU-io kook Thfii a;iil iriH fur nport, Ami ovHrymw Iauba wbu a clunwy lout Hiill'HiiH b a iu the pUuo-forto. down ou bin With Iit4 wife; but uut.bi lira."' Oh, ; 'twin to "fiu'i tho Riua- ..id dirt l'roin tho carjM't uud hUiim away! THE HARRIET LANE. Kfnu In or, tiaab-Ml, Bloc k.Jrr .il Block I Uuu..r-ll'w Shu Wan taptarnl at 4 Krpl Irum (ilTet. M, yunJ fu Detroit Fr I're. f vosa-fil launched from the gov ernment ship-yard during the last fifty years had a more adventurous career t mti r.i narriei uniie. muutucu as a revenue cutter during Buchan an's term, and named after his niece, the Lane was made use of at once when the war opened, and ...

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. — 1 March 1883

I WOMAN'S MAItt'ESS. i.lllt r,l, kpUIUb w,"di and Follows f Lover. ifewilaysftgo Mrs. Dr Sargent .ived ft letter from her cousin Mrs. Smith, the mfe of D.P.Smith, Wealthy livery staoie Keener 01 can itonio Tex., stating thatshe intend. A" . . if., Knvoronf n Inn (ir vicit. ii.nrv arable keener of San Antonio Tex., stating thatshe intend ff making Mrs. Sargent a long visit, Ha would probably stay in St. Louis S spring. On Wednesday evening vrjg Smith arrived, and was met by the Sargcnts at the depot. She niado fir exit from the cars accompanied f a tall gentleman, who seemed to S paying her great attention. On Zfct that a carriage was in attend ance and no further services required, he took his leave, and the party pro ved to Dr. Sargent's residence, 1803 Olive Street On the way Mrs Smith stated that she had made the acquaintance of her escort, whom she- called Mr. Jiuua, on u inuu, aim i 1 . ,1 Al.nn lifflA arrAntiAna I among oiuer uou;niio uiuo hwihio i. t,oi offered to take her to...

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. — 1 March 1883

' 'I 1 'I ;! I! .it : t 5 ? J! I I: d. Coutmentin fnvoraUr on Oovtruor Iro vi!ooUl!urd LU nUKKtlon Utt the Ht:ttd thonl4 atulilial a nfruilrjr for I i.f BKmliiir fuvenilo oJTendom to tho nuuitcntiiirT. If it wero duniruWe to itmko a contlruio.l crimiiml of every boy or Hirl who ix oouvlctml of crima, thnt umoita wouM lo hont ftccoin.liiihoa by uJutf him or hnr to tho Mwitjiitmry, whore, In the .cir-ty of hurd.'iHxl wn-Uhon, nil tho advun t'iH'M of it fluiKhina Hchool for criiuiualH nra priiNunttxl. Jtut if tho reformation of tho you-; nmlofactor in doeniod worthy of effort t-ad wo think it is whether roKardod in relation to ita moral aapect or e a practical matter of buKiuam then a reformatory for lioijinuen iu crimo ahould U entuhlinhod in evory State. Tho Pont add that "Texiw ia uuving forward with the Ktrido of a (,'iaut in tho devflopnmontof her vat rortourccn, and wo holiovo her moral and educational pro. fr.n in Hcnrcoly lt-H rcmarkablo. Governor irolaud'a meHnago hhowa that h...

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. — 8 March 1883

rcos Free Pre an j.H.JULIAN, it Prove All Things; Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PHOPltlETOH, VOL. XII. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 18S3. NO. 14. y jcr Free Press. published Every Thursday by ISAAC H. JULIAN, wbt,IU ftii Letters should be Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza gA TXS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 'dr:::::::::::::::::::::r; 76 Ut BOUISi KM months BATSS OF ADYERTISIXO. OMiqwre. one Insertion 1 00; each addition- Intertloa nndrrons I 1 mo. 3moi. 6 mo,. It mot . 6.0C I f 2.(0 I S.OO a. o I i uu 6.0C 9.00 7.00 1 10.00 13.00 I 20.00 20.00 38.00 I 11.00 10.M I2.no 20.00 80.00 60 CO t 10.00 16 00 20.00 30.00 6C.O0 70.00 T....-..r.rJi. one inch or less, on. year, IS 00 frrf, in Business Directory, one year, 12 00 nd Transient advertisements will be ttfgtd One Dollsr per square for the flrsi In-'-rtlon.aud Fifty Cente per square for each addi ttootl insertion. A square Pee lt4 FrKtlonel squares will be counted as full Lwl end Business Hotlces will be charged ten got! ...

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. — 8 March 1883

i! t -i! ! 1 r- f. 'id ill .It I r in . . . ( :)!! ii ( - ! 1 81H 1IABC0S FREE PRESS r. tt JULIAN, Publisher. BAN MARCOS, w TEXAS NEWS IN BRIEF. roseiar. CorroboratiTO tOMtlmony of a damaging character ban len Introduced by the prose cution of UiprhauixTark awuuwlnation cokco, and the outlook for the eight men accused of complicity in the murder U Tery bluclc. Carey, Kellcy, Jlrady and Fltrilorriii are po iti vdy ldentliiod by several witnesses an hav lntfU'cn present at the accno of theinur dtrH a few moment before the attack was made, thuB rtjongly bearing out theevl dciico of the Informer Kavanaugh. A I'olo In Turin, who thrcatenod to mur dor rrcHldt'iit Orevy, was sentenced to im prifionmeiit for two years. 4iix meu w?ro killed by a powder-mill cxploMon at Corbcil, Franca A memorlftl tablet had been placed in the hoiwo ot Homo inhabited in 1W by rrot Samuel F. Ii. Nona. live of tlie pernonfl couccrned In the murder of Prof. Palmer in Egypt have beon wutenced to death, and others...

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. — 8 March 1883

ISSAMTT AM DEATH. n.threaid a Hatband's Btatos- 1 pi P,h B,00,u,""1,u' yw York Herald. Airily, wliich began in Bastrop, .?,! ended in this city, came i.ra vesterday. The circum Si are of a peculiarly painful na Jacob Ross Greene was until a .0 a thriving young man in I. town nameu ; -.tred iu the "very uusincss, ana $tlto he vorta from 20,. to s25,O0O, a 6um which in that Ed upon as a man of wealth. His r i . n-na the weathiest man in the ft Ma nossessions being csti- fVt over 8100,000. The sou, Sowas 85 years of age, had married m years previously, and was the father of four children two boys and Sro gills the oldest of whom was Ibont 18 years old and the youngest years, -no """"w; Lwl to his wifo and the two had t-j lmnnilv together since their marriage. About live years ago his fife, after a severe attack of illness, betrayed evidences of mental trouble. This continued but for a short time, jlien she apparently regained Her nsnal health. jIAXiECVEKlN'O FOR UER OWN DEATH. About th...

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. — 8 March 1883

1 I 1 i; '3 ill 3 I: i 1 Free Press. !LAO a JULIAN, HAN Jvkywii003, TRXAO. i.-i MaHIiwhIa iiem- rii.iit i.ru-nv inriinL'ii nil niiuiia uruuum v " i.tuctH control.! by the mH city free of Oar farmer are now engagoU in pmnung toht to the Kill Holme nnd bit n-wulittcn 00ra. , ,. for nil nil, nmin, romlnclow or aequo. , rron Jordan of Prirrin8 H "? TM'tT froui the Bflurce of upily to tho work-, and VM(S hut Sunday to a very lurjjo an J rmm- tlmcity. Weddina on the Uipk ho Madivn Rumor Thi city f urtliOr oiJiiflawn iwwu ayn, i wou i icu turn vruut to wuy other body of men or powonn the uext paper. . , .1,-; ini ;,,iintiH..P of thin contract the Mr. Jmk Cook, of thi place, who got um ri-Lt to furuii-h water for fire bydrautu or ; rm cut very badly in tho gin of Stone i n . .. i mi a:.... ..!..aa linn v rv nenriY AUlison, Hoiug tnuo aim-v, - recovered the two of tue Name 1 w "'u.nu t-UM mattmuJ The city furtbur a-rco. to ry the said V .."; .-i-r HoIuu h. LUaHHOciaU.il or duly anthonzd . ,;...

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