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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 29 March 1883

rcos Free Press I.H.JULIAN, "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PItOPIUETOH, VOL. XII, SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 29. 1883. NO. 17. San w Free Press. """polished Every Thnnidaj by ISAAC H. JULIAN, To whom all Letters Bhould be Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. JU TSS OFSVBSCBIPTlOy. vsar. In advsnce .fioo ii. month! 1 fbr noDtbt .mm mm (O jjffi Of ADVZRTISIXQ. One iquere, oue Insertion tl 00 each addition. ,1 insertion under one mouth. PO cente per sgnaro. 1 1 mo. 3 mos. mot. It mot rrr I $ J.o 6.0U f a nr 1 o on t fl.00 $ 10.00 )0.M is.no 30.00 SO.DO IS 00 SO. 00 fl.00 10.00 SO 00 84.00 30.00 6C.00 f - :::: 76.00 n.in..s Cards, one web or less, one year, 98 00 Csrds In Business Directory, one yer, $1 00 legal and Transient Advertisements win ne buged One Dollar per iquare for the first In Krtlon. and Fifty Cenle per eqnare for each adrtl ' tloosl Insertion. A square le the apace of one Inch. Fractional iquaree will he counted a full iqsares. ...

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. — 29 March 1883

SAN 1IABC0S FREE PRESS. t B. JULIiK, Publiaher. BAN MARCOS, TEXAS yjSWS iy BRIEF. rOEEIGH. Jt la stated rrinco aortschakofTa illness U diia to attempted poisoning. Tho rrinco of Wales has been ma Jo a Held Marshal of the German empire, British iiDDort show a comparatlvo In crease for February of 3,887,000; vhu tho exports decreased AOw,oua Byrne, the IrUh suBpect, has been re leased from custody In France, Tvm tiimilroi iHrlii left Limerick. Ireland, last week, for Now Hampshire, where they will bo employed In a cotton mill Ludy Florence Dlxlo charges that far- nell and Llggar, as trustees or in uina Lcaguo funds, havo failed to account for 152,000 which of right belongs to tho starv ing peasantry. A Socialist gathering at Tarls was dis persed by the police. A mob assembled later and broke windows and overturned carriages. Some arrests were made. Tho Hull and Yarmouth fishing Hoots suffered sovcrcly. Many vessels foundered, and several fishermen were drowned. The steamer Navarre, wi...

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. — 29 March 1883

Vnsalted Railroad Uaads. Peek's Bun. There is nothing that the railroad like better than to play a joke on a neW train uanu. u uew nana . i..- i,nld of his duties with a -willinff fAKtO sv - o Inirit, and does not oeem to expect to hi promoted to general superintendent iho &tBt week, uie poys connne uiem gelves to innocent jokes, like Bending tia to the caboose after a coupling Jink or pin, which has been heated i the stove, and laid in the corner of the car. He picks it up and drops it But if the new hand is unsalted, nd shows that it is only a matter of rime when he is going to own the road, they lay for him, and before they' get through teaching him he feels small, and is willing to admit there are others worthy of passing notice. Not long ago a new, hand was put on a way freight that runs Vest from Milwaukee, and the old hands could see at once that he would to meat for them. He wore an imita tion sealskin cap with coon-skin ear laps, and a Prince Albert coat 1m middle butto...

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. — 29 March 1883

Free Press. ISAAC 2L JULIAN, MARCOS, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAKCII 2'.. 7xTKHIU AT THE TOUT OMCK AT AK MABCOS iT U freprliUt CJttrsU ill tt. Alfirtlrttf U ttli W ...... t.ua M. Mil-IBM! Wo ten J out thin week inclosed in the pa- prr of cch suUcriber who owck, a biu lor tba amount due, and hope to receWe prompt renponsiB in the way of payment. Th lVnltonllary Job. u....t..kii..iin vi thnt the action of the majority of the Senate in endowed by the poopld; UiM mero una i tiition found ntnongthe pcoploof this tate coverinK it, And that it la only heard from few diwuitisfled newspaper, and from HumeaxpiriHtf politicians, who would banum ami IliuK at the state adminiHtration. Ht. Hoiihtou'a anHertiona are far more incorrect than tho atyle of his coropoHition. In proof, it may be stated that the Houston Age, the Tauola Watchman and the Marshall Herald are the only papra iu Texas advocating this lease. TbelSau Antonio pnpera Rive it a weak Bort of cntloreement, and there is the und of the list Ni...

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. — 29 March 1883

Free .Press. a.! KAROOS, TEXAS. -jURGDAY. MARCH 21), 1883. -rrTL..(.t CantroU ALL tt AdwUilBglattU TIME TABLE. SJTaNTONIO DIVISION: BODHD SOUTH. ail. siraaea, , ... 10.46 A. M f:45P.M. Mlll0baea .... .. ' 4;4, ., lPr OUT 4:31 " I ...a .0 000000000 WW " 4!:" '! ffu:..:fS .......... o g(0 BHm" . ..... rhillv o' mornings. Carload of flour at Hinzie'b. Ladies, you should not fall to call and ex amine our stock. P. B. Tcbnkb & Co. Kbw Goods q dONALso a fjo's. 50 dozen Glen shirts just received at TUBNEH & CO.. 1000 lbs smoothing irons at 6 eta. per pound at . Henne'b. Sewing machine needles and oil at Lu. J. Dailey's. The laurel and buckeye bushes are in bloom. Bird Beed new lot at G. W. Donalson & Co. Fre6h arrival of canned goods in variety, at Hinzie'b. Ladies and Missea hata just in nt Lu. J. Dailey's. Nice lot of Lawns, dress ginghams, satins, jrintsetc., at Geeen & Pbice's. White Sewing Machine at Lu. J. Dailey. It is the best on earth Bnecies and carriages for sale...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 29 March 1883

SUNBEAMS. TIkto wi wevor a minboum goldou That full on a deilt j)Uce, Uit Iff t Mimo trco of ltIiroMiice Tint timo could never efftca. . A hour, bo it eror no hallowed, Or freighted with momorio dear, May dumber in hI1ic forgotten Through many and many year. Tet a word or a tone may awaken IU Hluniberlng beauty anow, Loug aftr the sweet-Toloed ainger Had fadod from earthlr riew. There waa nevor a heart ao hardened Or tainted with iu and denpair, But tho loro f the dear Kodoemer Might ilud an abiding place there. Yet countlemt thoiiHan are yearning For aympatliy, kiuduon and love, And houIh in diirkno-w are dying Without a gleam from above. There wa never a Huubeam wanted, Or a hour that waa eung in vain, And houU that Mpewod lout and dying Chrirtt'M mercy may not roolaini. .tn... ....tr Oia miuboaiUfl of kiuduOHri, 4 ill-" " vr- .. Though your doodn may nevor be known ; The harvcHt will ripen jn glory If tho Hood bo faithfully nown. And life with a awoot bonedictiou Will fade into o...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 29 March 1883

PMIOKUI BREVITIES. PBor. Yocno, of Princeton Collego, . Tko ft railroad from tho earth ?Se sun, with a train running forty let an liour without utopn, and it 181 id tate about 205 years and a little rtVto mako the journey." He esti Lestho fare, at 1 cent per mile, to J, $930,000. ' The figures kill the pro- ,fA MOST-ltEMAHKADLE incident oo nrred the other day on the banks' of Lfoniulland. A codfish was capt- reJ w the Btomftoli ot wcro found five cards four diamonds and a ,ad. eveut ' roccnt 3'eftr8 us liroiluccd more excitement in scien tific circles than has this discovery that the codfish is addicted to poker. The Railway Age estimates tho num jjer of railroad employes in this country tt 4.75 men per milo of railroad. The Jens'us returns give the following classi fication of tho employes : General offi cers, 3,375 general office clerks, 8,056; station men, 03,380; engineers, 18,977; conductors, 12,419; all other trainmen, 48254; machinists, 22,700; carpenters, 23 202 ; all other ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 29 March 1883

THE PKODIUAL SOX. . I Afflictions, though tVjr scoin severe, la merer oft are m-nt i Thy "top t the prtxlignlVs career, A I forced him to npout. 8 AltliouKh lie ro rolonting tot, Till ha had Hwi4 hin Moro, Hi hlubborn hnort began to melt Whou famine pinehod hJia sore. II "What lmve I cniu'd by sin,' he sold, Unt hnnper, Hlmtne. find fear f My father's house abouuds with tread, While I aui starving horo." 1 I II go and tell him all I'vo dono, And full bofor his face : Unworthy to be called bin son, I'll seek a servaut's pluco." R His father saw him coming back He saw and rau and smil'd. Then threw his arms around tho nock Of his rebellious child. C "Father, I've sinned, but O forgive "Enough, the father said, "Rojoice, my house, my son's alive, For whom I uiournod as dead." 7 "Now let the fatted calf be slain, Oo spread the news around, My son was dead, but lives again Was lost, but now is found." (For the Fbm Pbesb.) We must say, we fully endorse the scr. mon, delivered last Sabbath...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 5 April 1883

M ID an rcos re j.,!. JULIAN, Prove All Things I Hold Fast that' which Is Cood." PItOPltlETOlU i vol. XII. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1883. NO. 18. Free Press. lSdid Evorj Thursday by ISAAC U. JULIAN. To whom all Lottern should bo Addressed. OFF ICE-East Side of Plaza. jutSS OFSCSSCRlPTlOy. 0,j.r,l" advance ft 00 fore months 115 RATES Of ADVERTISING. .,.,.. oi.a Insertion tl 00: each dJltlon ,1 lutertloo uiidrr one month. 60 cents per aauare. j 1 mo. Sums. Snips. 11 moi 1 50 I (1.00 I H.00 5.00 I 7.00 10.00 jjeoim..... ,20 sooo. S(u0 ,. " I 30.00 3fi.00 ftot'O l I ' S " I $ 10.00 15 00 30.00 30.00 6C.00 76.00 "BiulnewCird. on inch or lost, one year, H 00 Cards in Business Directory , one year, $1 00 legsl ud Transient Advertisements will be ft.rgd One Dollar per aquars for the flnt In rtrtlon. nd Firty Oenti per square for each addl tlonal Imerllon. A squars I tbe space of one locb. Fractional squares will be counted ti foil squares. tcal end Business Notices...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 5 April 1883

SAN UABCOS FREE PRESS. X, E. JULIAN, Publisher. TEXAS . EDITORIAL IlKKVITIKS Tire nonulation of Maaila was being decimated by cholera, says a colonial paper, -when a tremendous Hurricane swept over the island and acted as meteorological antiseptio, for on tho following day not a Binglo additional case of cholera broke out, and nonohavo been reported since. A CBC8ADE ogainHt tho cigaretto is likely to bo begun among tho childrc: -f tho public hcIiooIh in Philadelphia, One of tho principals, Mr. William Stephens has called tho attention of the Board of Education to tho subject, in which ho says that, of tho 50,000 pu pilH in tho publio Hchools of the city, a largo proportion use tobacco in various forni8 ; and that the habit has increased to an alarming extent since the cigarette wus instituted. Mr. Stephens has pre pared and had printed a short state ment of tho physical and mental dis orders produced in children by to bacco, and has pasted it on tho inside of tho cover of every text...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 5 April 1883

Xfce Nw TnX Budf r. rrrr II880M n. LUB8. .rA manv kind of ilia liar but the best known is the S&lto The older he. U the iter hi" hcense to indulge in his Cite paatime. Every day 'of the furnishes him with an excuse, UjII he asks is for somebody to to The weather liar remembers 55 the winter, of 1870 was exactly tike that of H91;thespnnx of 1882 ,t him in natod ' 8pnX of jW the cold waves of the past win i, didn't bejin with those xn 1774. Hi can remember winters when not a Sake of snow fell, and summers when 5,ere Vas a frost every other night for Jweraonths. He has seen the ther o.meter drop to forty-seven degrees below in "January, and climb to 180 degrees in August. lie ren.ea.bers oe year when cherries were ripe in Hay and another when they could not be picked until November. No matter what the weather is, the weath er liar has always seen worse. If it mows for two days he has seen it snow for four. If it rains for a week, ' be can remember when it poured down without a brea...

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. — 5 April 1883

Free Press. r U ILUUUbvJI & mil.. ISAAC 'tt JULIAS. Editor. n yN MA.ROOS, TEXAS. TiunisDAV, ai-Icil r. in. I kx"i k'i.k At tub rait omen at ham mahco XllXAH AKCOil twin 4..j rn?rW CwitriU ALL toi Alwtliin la till nrtT, w ui ir:::a bip. Tfto Iulin-iuont Tu; LUb apportw ia our j.renent iuo. It ciiuae la liite nnd uncx I.ett..lly, but tho Sheriff mi Collector iloeruiug itn prompt iublicntlon Important, in or.ler to (icoonnnotltfe him, we are coin AW uot ouly to delay our present issue, Imt ulno to leave out much intereHtinR mat ter, iuclndiii a Rootl deal of local news. Uook XoIIcch. Tur. TnoMt-EM or Humas Life, Hf.rb akd llKUEAriKB; by A..Wilford HalL We have Iwcn favored by tlie author and puMihhcr with a copy of tho above famous work. It w claimed thnt thin book biw un. quc8tionably rocoived from the press and clergy stronger praise than any other book ever published, and that it is unmntauy aa mitted to bo the ouly work in existence which alwolntely demonstrates a personal Sod ...

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. — 5 April 1883

pree Press. vcvmooa, TEXAS. "THURSDAY. AWtIL 5, ISa.i. .rfp.rioter Coatroii ill tb A.Tsrti.lsi In ttU QMB NEWS- TIME TABLE. jjigad tal great Mem Riilrd fNTONIO DIVISION: BOUMJ BUliin. Milt.. Ifiltl ..4 MP. M. .. 8;iu A. M. ...1581 " ' : " .6:43 " " ..o.M 3T " ,..B:1H " -0:uo " .. 6.3 ' 10;ia . " 10.41 . 8:15 " 101 P. M. POCKD HORTO. initln, Msacbeca pop" Ke Brsunf-ls. Jia Autonio.. MAIL, KXPMSS, AOMlD ytiiclitc IHipf ; SAM MARCOS juuMr. yrW liraunfels. Bta intoulo .. .10.46 A.M. ... 6:45 P. If. 6:00 4;4U ' ,. 10:T 9 55 ., 8T .. 8:15 ...8.S8 ,..8:31 ,..7.1 4:31 410 1M 3:35 1.00 it ..... ...... Before buyitig a sewing Machine call and examine the Victob at San Marcos Book Stobk. All the latest novelties in ladlos neck vear at Gbeen & Pkice's. Dress goods just received at Dailet & Bros. Table linens & napkins in great variety at Gbeen fc Price's. Neckwear in pew styles just received at IUilkt & Bros. Full line of linen, cotton and bath towels cheap, at Ghees fc Price's....

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. — 5 April 1883

THE NEGRO DOCTOR. wid pizunln' da ob do I'M t'biirgod, Jodgo, yer ty, Wld medicine when ho w mkV, In' I'mh 'roil tod on head 'foro d law Ian Ter ef do 'dictmont will utick. Ia doflorlii' a nun my miue'n mighty oun' r.- i .. liait vmr in ta wuadH. A diggin' P uorbn n' root from da groun' Muufcturin' my mudicai gooua. D gen'leinan wn nick an' I wont to Lis bed From death, wid a white flag b truoe, Ad' whoo I bad 'xaminod da nufferer bead, I gin bim a dono ob my Juice. Frem dat bery minuto lie looked like a boy, Cane be guutor got well rigbt at once, lint bo kiukod up ble beeU an' died ob de Joy JJat nigger, Mam. Jndg, was a dunce. Oa Joan' cbargo me, Jedgo, wid pizoniu' do man, But noto all my pints at da rino, An eo in bonor tur law wbat reigns in de lan , Jes say dat be died ob surprise. HUNG BY TURKU HAIRS. On a wild tempestuous night in the month of Novmber, 1881, a brutal murder was committed in the village of Las Bosques, Mexico, the victim an aged banker, named Jaan Cas tillo. ...

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. — 5 April 1883

EIXUS OF WALL STREET. Hpreetlf Two llssdne Mllllsa pn '' pollsra. New York Journal That little man with a pale, thin uL dark eyes and large head, who Si about him as ho walks with a JSvous step, who restlessly twists a pee of paper in his 6mall, womanish Ud and who is always silent, is iJav Gould. His fortune is esti !!tcd at $75,000,000, but to look at Jta he might readily bo taken for a Sand-call broker. P There is the lion. Russell Sage tincinff back in his easy chair at a snuare table covered with letters and apers. He much resembles John G. whittier, and has a domestio home Inn look. He has a mild blue eye, ,luh forehead and a firm-set mouth. His ruling passion is money and horses. His manner is most engag ing, and his kindly face lights up from busy care as he discusses the merits of his respective horses. His wealth is estimated at $50,000,000, a greater portion in ready cash. That gentleman with a fur-lined evercoat and long hair, sharp features and aquiline nose, and an eye...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 5 April 1883

THAT IIACKIXa COUGU cou U so mii-klj cured l't Hliilob'B Cure. We rurn antra it. HoM by It- Frowiue. All tbo furnaces ftt Allentown, Ta., :irc in full hhul WILL YOU BUFFER witLrTHpejiriirt nml I.ivar Comi.liiiut? KLiloh'n VitIiier H guiir-it-t. od to tare jou. Sold by It, 1'romiue. No rluo lms been discovered to tbo .( rp.-tratorsof tlio Foreman double murder, near IndinnnpoliH. SLEEPLESS NIOIJTS, mmla tniHernUo 1-v t!mt t rril.lo rough. Kliiloh'H Cure in tl'.o remedy for jou. Hold by It. Frouime. It is denied tlmt Knfjland ever pro pped to appoint a DritiHh resident at the Vatican. ""CATARltH CURED, liralth and wcot I .rent h rrcurd bv Fhiloh'- Cntfirrli romtdy I'ricer.Ocout. Nunnl Injector free Kola by K. Fromme. 1 retain nrrentB. of Chicncro i.nvn inwlfrtAkrn. bv means or a DiacK lint, to protect themselves against s i tenmts who uq jxoi pay. rnn r imp nitf tr Ri.ln or Chest use Shi Dnrnni PUutAr. Prico 25 cent. DOld by It. Froinine. Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Grant, Jr. and and Mr, and ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 12 April 1883

t , I 1 '- .Press. ree l.H. JULIAN, "Provo All Things i Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PllOPlUKTOlU VOL. XII SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 1 2, 1883. NO. 10.. Free Press. lii!ilis!Ml Every Thursday by JSAAC . oux-aaw, Toffj,oWiill Letters should be Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. BATES OfSUBSCRIPTlOX. montbt w 1 36 i fores months 76 RATES OF AD YER TSIXG . 0nMquro, out iuiortlon $1 00 j etob addition ,1 nation under oue month. 60 cents per square. . l mo. 8 mot. 6 mon. 18 moi ft 10.00 i square $ 2.50 100 H.00 10.00 13.00 JO.OO 80.00 B.M'0 IS 00 30.00 80.00 6C.00 76.00 ! ....... i l,r no ' . . . I 7.oo I lo.oo s.ou i 7 uu Tuiiiiew Crd. one inch or Ions, one year, 8 00 Crd in Business Directory, one year, 2 00 U gat and Transient Advertisements will be rtirged One DoUar per square for the first in Krtloo. and Fifty Cents per square for each addt Uoiiil Insertion. A square la the apace of one Inch. Fractional aquarea will be counted aa full uutrei. Ual and Bushi...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 12 April 1883

gjLH UAKCOS FREE PRESS. t XL JULIAN, Publisher. BAN MARCOS, TEX AH NEWS IN ItltlKF. (Jriicrul. ...The total cost of the Vandcrbilt fancy dress ball the other night ia es timated at 200,000. ' The trotting stallion Jerome td dy, with ft record of 1 : 10 , changed hands at Chicago the other day. lhe price paid was 5,000. The Lcmoyne furnace at Wash ington, Ta., has just cremated its eighth human body, that of the lato Charles Sochuer, of Indianapolis. A feud between cattlemen cul- mitated in a fight near Fort lluach cua, on the Mexican border of Anzo na, in which six men were .killed. Near Charleston Arizona, a party of coal prospectors were set .upon i by a band of twenty Apaches, who killed several of the party and wounded three. It is said that 5,000,000orth of precious stones, silks, velvets, laces, etc., were worn by the attend ants at Mrs. W. II. Vandcrbilfs fan cy dreKs ball at New York. Forsyth Street M. E. Church, at JNew lorn, wrere original" uiov tice of inviting penitents ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 12 April 1883

A HIDEOUS SIUIIT. $td"l s Horrible Conditio.. Ths rrtBporwlents of the Chicago pa it J3railwood, umler date of ChM 6ive tb0 'oUing particn. i of tlio recovery of the bodies of tho neT9 overwhelmed by the flood in j?1 Diamond mine: The workmen ut tlio Diamond ,;i,fl were engaged all night in re Sgthebobiesofthedead The first two corpses were brought into Xe chill night air about midnight. Fully 5 Per80ns of 1,0111 Bexes were hovering around the entrance of the nbterranean charnel-house, anxiously hoping that some near and dear one iieht be brought up first. Mothers who had lost sons", and young wives were standing shivering in the cold, vith their little children clinging to .heir skirts and whimpering- There Was no noise made but by the pump ing and hoisting machinery. The tumbling of the waters from the pumps kept up a monotonous swish -irk and trickled off towards the over- f owing prairie, wnenco it iiau rusnea into the mine. The water was black from the contact with the walls of...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 12 April 1883

t mm i i iiiiiiii ii i iHHiiiirrrn in ir 4 I Notice of Tax Sales. Free Press. Q 0 TutHc Sale of Lund for Non-imjnicut of Taxes for 1SS2. THE STATE OF TEXAS Whiuieas, on the JlOtU ily of Iar. Col-NT or Hash. i -lSS:. I did ia comphonce wifh the hiw nnd by virtue of the fax Bolls of Hay County, due for the year IKS:.', levy ujiou nud Heize certain real cstato hereinafter described, ns iK-longing to the owlcw whoso nanieg npiH:ir in the . following list t and Lmds assessed to unknown owners, ftnd dcliu- inents for said year, for the ninouut tset forth. Now this is TiiiUiEKoitE to givo uotico, that I shall on the first day of May, IMS.!, proceed to sell nt public outcry to tho highest bidder, for cash, at the court house door iu tho town of Sau M arco. w ithin legal hours, the following described real cstat seized and levied ill Kin to KutUfy Raid tax, together with all costs that have or may hereafter accrue, R. Ttfiiiin 1 . ' m MtWM, TEX. Wo will from this date Jo an exclusive ss in m...

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