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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 12 April 1883

Lmm war pw Press. Free HAB003, TEXAS. :TUltfAY' AIKIL U' L .SiV.ar'coitreU ALL feiilrnUsia, . .v i "nisi u f;;jr. ua" thi AlvHtlsiajH ttle 9. .ill jjOMB NEWS. ANTONIO DIVISION: .. v n niTWIf nOL'SD SOUTH. Mill.. ...4 60 P. M ....oSi " ,...r:i1 " ....8.6S isesrgs . rt.30 A. M. :10 " o.ao 0..H7 " .10:0 J . 1:16 lu U UM P.M. RXPHKid, ,. fi:SP.M, ,. 8:U " . 4;'J ,. 4:112 " ,. 4.10 . JM " . 3:2: . 3.00 " hipM .U:is " . 0 31 .7:-'lt " 8:15 " BOUND HOUTU. MAIL, 10 45A.il , lo:-7 " ....... lluuier rnnf'l Anleulo.. Austin jl,iiclic f V 'MAiicos. Hunter.... Hew Hrmttifels. g.n Antonio .. R." 0 37 , 8: lft .8.M .8:31 .7.15 ... Speixo is here. Afeil, our "month of roses." Pbied Beef at Lu. J. Dailey'h. Kew wall papow, J. W. Nakce. 100 bushels onts for sale, Tcbker &, Co. Carload of Caldwell wagons just received j,y V. 11. ACBNEB S UO, If vou want a good cigar go to John Lea's Ice Cream Saloon. Trv G. W. Donalson & Co's. 3 CALLA LILY FLOUR. t .hr-f. lat of trunks, valises, bags aDd Kitoh...

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. — 12 April 1883

WMTISU ASD KEWAHD. U win at Ut vim bs;iM. M- "- In loving orl n I I'ti'iH J""1 Tho winter b!t l :: a a .! -'l I, Ynt iimiai ht i'l.i.? KU Sorrows! Kl'Mm tin .-i-tl i.m.v Yi-t l-vo wri.u- tiinui;' t. .i"- Tho olou.N iiuv '" M," Yet rlvur lo 'I... !U,- Krtli t rinx "' 1 i"''""4 "f l"l''" Yut worth tho rniwa of j.- m will K'di Tho i:iJ may 'r "'' ,"t"' Yot groat t'.li fail ti'O Hti:iny n.-u. Full oft wi fwl tli i Hiirs'" f "a" Yet joy Imn JiKl't f'" !1 .Vu (hi evory haiiiMT hl-oni l vht, Tor toil, ami truth, and hv wo tight. m MJKtill- THE I KLTLJ?0'K r: s. T . . , , Tv . .i 1'hilip Van AitevelJc was a Dutch - man. His father, J.icou, h;id ueen flnwrnorof (ilu-l.t. aud had U1H1h him-vflf a great nainu by leadiu u a volt against the Count of Fl nidi r'. und driving him out nf the country. Philip wasa quiet man wnoawiiu-, ed to h s own alfans and took no part 2ua business: Lut in the year Philip was a quiet man. who attend 181 the good people of Ghentfound iLti T.H-..J .., ,a ......njcii...

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. — 12 April 1883

TEXAS TOPICS- Mr Mann, of St. Jo, Montague ' "ft Lad 15 head of cattle killed by fu&i? on hi ranch recently. The tie had hcf dveu Bcar a barbed fence by ftonn, end while SdJled together were killed by a flash pf lightning. nr.. lipcan on the Toledo, Tex- Tr: nmnilo Narrow-eaeue, the Hr'i.:-!, i'a to connect the Toledo. &nati ft St. Louis with the Para 1 svstem of southwestern roads, "J- davs aco. The entire line will Lns Jucte'd by George B. Iiibbord, EJXwilractor of the Paramore sys- Em. at S12.C00 per mile.- ....,,nu Herald: It is a settled Tn nnvllle will secure the K as and St. Louis railroad. The 4 . list now foots up an ,u ... J .nffinent to iustifv tlie euar See required, and the contract with T will be closed in a few V1 s The contract will require the rtad to be m operation oy April l, fioi i.m1ia conananv expects to have Jrnnning to Greenvillo in time forfall trade ...The Missouri Pacifio company is .Jwith a flvcr announcing a great reduction in emigrant rates m m....

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. — 12 April 1883

1 i: i' Ml i in I i si ii 1 ! i; Va-lil!iirlo Letter. ( Dm our lii'jjii'.M1 Corrwpobdvbt') Va.-iii.noT'i.v, March, 1!, lfce3. 'lie j.lii'iH fur tho liiijirovcnictit of the tj .lilting tit comiiiy year oro o luuay ti.t 0110 d j h not know Jiow to cunuieruta in. uiul now bchouioH am Lining coukUioU loji -il. Antony iiomiiiont cuter j ; m ni.ty Ld lntiutione.l tie HiuitliHoniuu n. !i"ilioj, which is Icing reconstructed i.l caLirbtl, Coiircrf having iijiroiriut i ? .'),()l) to curry out thin work. Tho . nil IJ JlotJioriul Cli-.rch ou Vermont Ave im i r.iii !!y iii)ir.jachiiif; comjilctiou. . .'.I iru ) W.' 1 h to lo enlarged and iiu- : -oxcl tLroiihout. Duus lmve hi'tn pre- .nil for a ui:i,'uiO(-Oiit llat-housc on tho n now ncciitii.:.! by the Mulroiiolit m Club . Kiio ut thu ci.nicr of JI Htm t uiid Vcr- nt iivt-uuo. uud uiiothur on Pupout Cir Thumi suit.'iof it luis, or flat , lmvc j.c.l quito ft miccosrf here, nml nmny .. i-ui-fiT! of tho kind, will be commenced luring tho couiiug ye...

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. — 19 April 1883

1 r i , m arco i.ii.juljan, "Provo All Things i Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PKOPlilETOli, VOL. XII. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 1 9, 18 83.. NO. 20. San .Free TF ( FresSo WW as Free Press. inblIsl!P(l Every Thursday by ISAAC H. JULIAN, To whom all Letters should be Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. HATES OFSCESCRIPTIOy. Oosycar.lu advauce.... jx months ' lire nioulUi " fl 00 1SS 78 JIA TZ3 Of AD YERTISTXG . no square, ono Insertion 1 00; each addition ,1 Insertion under one month. 60 eeut oer aansr. 1 mo. I anion. 6 nion. 18 mot 1 qtnre I i I u eolra ! l " f " i t 3.60 5.00 f A. 00 10.00 1U.00 30.00 80.00 lit) I'O t 10.00 is no 30.00 30.00 6C.00 7C00 n.oo o.or TOO 13.001 30.00 7.00 11.00 10.00 20.00 36.00 rBulne Cards, one inch or os, oua yer, 8 00 Csrds l Business Directory, one year, (3 00 Legal and Transient Advertisement will be rbsrged One Dollar per aquare for the first ln jMilon. and Fifty Cent per squsre for each addl ilonal luserllon. A square la ...

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. — 19 April 1883

CAIf 1LARC0S FREB PRESS. 1 IL JVLLUK, r ublkhr. BAN MABGOS, TEXAS NEWS IN KUIEFi Dumi. Mikk MlLayullin and Martin Lins ky.both altout 18 years old, fought u 111-! 'A lmf tlo at Dubois. Pa. In the sixth round they fell breaking Linsky neck, killinc him instantly. . . .The villago of .TrAv Kliore. Pa.. has leen almost wiped out by fire. The loss is estimat cd at $100,000. Securities representing $!T,000 were stolen from the safe of K. B. Treat, lnlt imblisher of New York, and bo fore the theft was discovered, $0,000 had boon collected on coupons.. Twelve hundred journeymen painters of Philadelphia went on a strike fr an increase in w.agos irom $.s,ou 10 yo.vu A Piiirv nf Yale students, who at tempted to create a disturbance at an amateur dramatic performance in New Ilaven, were roughly used by town boys, who did not regard the privileges of intellect.... A tow or iniriy-suveu coal barges broke from their moorings at Pittsburgh, ra., ana were swept rapidly down the river, colliding wit...

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. — 19 April 1883

SOUTHERN SPINDLES. .!, a tkt I'ltlM at tha Cattaa. Belt P Crawla f Iaaiitry. gaff York Herald. The growing question of the rela . itween the cotton and mill tmeiB of the New England section d the mill owners of the South was cently revived by the action of the Mention of leading cotton manu Srers held at Aflanta, Ga., the ther day. Among the large cotton Mia commission houses in this city U sorts of opinions were Expressed loon the matter. Some of the agents noob-poohed the power of the South m mills to effect the market at all, Se others, apparently as well pest Id regarded the Southern cotton Jninning industry as one which was sure to work an important revolution L the Eastern trade. Mr. Borden, 0f the house of Wright, Bliss & Fa tyan, said: THE NEW ENGLAND VIEW. I did not know that there was any meeting of the Southern manufactur ed, In fact, we do not pay much at tention to them, and in the markets of the West and Northwest we do not feel the competition of the Southern , mi...

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. — 19 April 1883

Notice of Tax Sales. Free Press P. la S i '5 OS icaac ii. julia:;, Editor, iiincsDAV, "avmu id. !. p.NXKUCU AT flic IT.T OIT1CK AT MX MAiWOH TXA8 AS HMJOXU MAWKhj t:rrr:;::-3t:r C.-ttrcU ALL Co Alwtisits In tali f4;tr. eataj r.::CT :! th C;'.i'.i0 7i.- T lio widow of Governor Davis w reported Id Lj obliged by poverty to rout her lioiije- UU-inL The dwelling. w:rtli about ?i t,. 0(i. Hud a unreel of Hud on tho other wide of tho Colorado rivr, dentiut'tl to bo viilu- abla nt a future time, but now unproductive, nre Ntatod to bo a!l that Mr. Duvin It.tt, bar. riuR Kiich foes us were due him for services w au attorney, aud Liii widow him no othTirop rirty. Tho deconsod thua left bononible evl rti'uce of LiH impeccability while occupying A poKi'tion iu wliich toniptatioim to perbcmul eurichiucnt rniiHt huvo Lenet him. Wo clip the above from nn exc'inngp. Wo Wievo it Is now alrnoHt universally conced d that ofllcially and porsoually Gov. David win an LoncKt man. Tho fact in worthy of uotf...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 19 April 1883

Free Press. AHOOO, TEXAS. yWSU Al'UIL 10. 1883 TTi,nriM CtrcU AU tte AlrorUtinjlBttli 3 NEWS. -oruhiRS auJ oveaiugs but warm tnonghbetwccu-timoa. goJ wnter FnoMMs'a drug store. rpvT's CIotliing and furnisLiu goola at a nice lot Combination Dress Pnttorns jnft received at Lu. J. Dailiy'b. t now have on hand a Urge stock of wall pper at low prices. J. Wabd. Lawns, 14 yds for $1.00, at Best stock bats in town at Lu. J. Dailbi'b. Witt Pwm1 at 10 cts per roll at J. Wahd's. Fine line dress gingbnms at 10 cts, por jar j at Gbeeh fc Pbicb's. Impohtast. Get my prices bofore buy. jng furniture. J. Wabd. A splendid lino ladios Bboes at Lu. J. Dailet's. . SflO pair kid gloves, at 35 cts. per pair, at Green Sl Price's. Mens fine shoes at Lu. J. Dailet'b. AU grades of men's and boy's half hose at Greek & Price's. Loso&Bros., chairs, 6 for $3.50 at J. Ward's. Fnll lino of nun's veiling and bunting in all the new shades at Green & Price's. Hoop skirts and tilters just received at Lu. J....

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. — 19 April 1883

MltS. SNAPWKLIAS HOARDED. "Heard aout the old Buttonwood Place a-being bow; iui Snarrowgrass, who was (.ponding the day with uie wmuw ur-' , f'Tho Buttonwood place? No! wal. .. . . IwMifflit il9 that is newsi muud wb-. ... t,A widnw. Afl?erlv. as Bh oarefully basted a frill of bpanwh lace in the neck ot ner new puiuuiu-e. vi. man named Howerdale tlicy say. And he's a-goin' to repair it up, Nathan Scudderse's wife says. Must be awful rich it lie uocs, ior uie old house is putty well run down, it s a good farm, though. Mr. Sparrow grass thinks it's the best one in the hull Big River Bottom." The new purchase furnished a sutli cicnt subject of conversation till sup nn woo nvflr. an d Snarrowerass bad vaITaI tin nir knittinor. uonneu her aliawl and worsted hood, and taken her departure, with many injunctions tmm her Vinstfiss to be sure and come back again." After which, Mrs. Snap well fell into a brown study over the new polonaise, while her pretty nieco Eustachia gathered up the tea-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. — 19 April 1883

"iMorj of Enoch Ardfn Reproducfd. jHlin e - in Enoch Arden affair has just me to light in this ty. In June last Cllr. Searle, a railroader, left his wife 'n. Pallas and went forth to labor on Se railroad. A little while after his Larture items got scarce in Dallas Jt rim reporters wrote up a hair- it item about a fight on the gunset route in which several of the .j:.!nMit were killed, and the name TIB" K KAnrle was suggested to the brilliant recortonai unaguiuwim u u uuiu name for one of the killed. Tho pa la containng this item fell into the Lnds of Mrs. Searle, who was al most beside herself with grief. She mourned the appropriate length of tone, at the expiration of which Bhe had found favor in the sight of Chas. Boyle, a foreman on the Santa Fe road, and they were duly married and Went out on that road and took up their habitation between here and Cleburne, where they lived happily tether. There would be nothing nfronrrA about the affair if this was all. Saturday last the long l...

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. — 19 April 1883

?! 5 i i! I l'crsoafll , V'a ura plowed to uotlco tlat Wo, Boc i aUa to riuo out. Our friouJ J. L. Muloue lfttolj YUitedAU Luo. Ho roiuftiun loyal to JIdy Co. Mr. I'orwyth'n lioyi lnv taken iuu! w1U ruu tliu UttU houo luriueny hwjwuimjwm J. W. Nuneo U txtondins hU faruituro btaro to aoconiiiHMlnto Li- growinj; imwncKii. 1th lim retire! from the inn market, leuviiu Mr- TownnouJ ia nolo thurgo. v1,.,im that Malor Ilinrie'a family H ton vihit our Iowa to rcuwia somo comlJor- nblo time. C. II. Urlj-RH hoI.I bi homo property for rrliXi, to Ju.ltfO Wood, of vuow boououce iu another jLicc, Mitu Fanny Lincoln, a very pleasant ftn into litfout young IMy rroiu iiunoii, isamy pint; ut Mr. rrcsjott . ii. 15. Patternon called on uh lant wnok to niiv bin mil.Hcriiitiou. Ho wan junt ulla to Lo about uf tor a iirotractoil hik II of illness, Mirti Jennio Itiwford, of Austin, form cr runidont of thin placo, ppont somo timo v Uitini hero rticontlv. returning uome on buturdtty. CoL V. T. Hopkins, tho p...

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. — 26 April 1883

.Fr cos I. II. JULIAN, "Proyo All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PHOPIIJETOU, VOL. XII. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 18 83. NO. 2i. - r " Free Press. "published Every Thursday by ISAAC H. JULIAN, To wboui all Letters should bo Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. ' jia TSS OFSVBSCRIPTlOy. fc.v.ar.U advance.. f9M six months fbre month ' l ii 76 BATES OF ADVERTISING. 0n, square, cut Inaertlon fl 00 i etch addition al lorllon under one Tmmih. 60 ccma per emtare. 1 mo. 8 mai. 6mo. 11 dips I 1.60 $ S.00 3.001 1.00 e.ur J o.oo 7.oo I 10.00 13.00 I 20 00 10.00 f 38.00 I A.00 10.00 ia.no 1(1.00 30.00 $ 10.00 15 00 20.00 80.00 6C.00 76.00 1 Biju.re 1 jj coim lluilneie Cards, one inch or less, one year, 18 00 Cards In Business Directory, one year, 12 00 Irfgal and Treoalent Advertlsemente will ba thsrged One Dollar par equare for tba flrat In sertion, and Fifty Centa per aquara for each addl ilooal insertion. A aquare la tbe apace of one (neb. Fractional aquar...

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. — 26 April 1883

SAN 1IARC0S FREE PRESS. II. JULIAN, Publisher. BAN MARCOS, TEXAS NEWS 1NJMIKF. W'vmt. The Michigan Attorney General is called upon to decide tho legality of the flection of threo ladies on tlio Flint School Hoard. Moro than 10 ) women cunt their ballots for them .... Mack Mamlen, leader of a gang of hog and eattlo Htealers who have infestml tho vicinity of lliltaboro, Mo., and who was BUHiucted of tho murder of two men, who lvuched ly his neighbor. . . . Tho trial o'f Sctli 1 . CrcwH, member of tho Illinois House of llaprcHonta tives, at Hellevijlo, on tho charge of obtaining money under false pretenses, resulted in an acquital . . . . Mowbrays's flour mill at Stockton, Minn., was de stroyed by fire, causing a loss of $50, 000. Tiikue are fears that tho forco of volunteers organizing in Arizona, as is claimed for protection against tho In dians, in reality contemplate a raid on tho San Carlos reservation, a course which Agent Wilcox tells the Depart ment of tho Interior will prove d...

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. — 26 April 1883

' PIANO PLAYING. . .j Min P'KribM th Mule of Ua . Ullrt4 tr. yaOrlMn XlweiDeuiocrat ,T &s loafing round Uie streets "A .t," BoidJim Nelson, one 6f WTit engineers runniner into v Orleans, "and as I bad nothing L I dropped into a concert and f 3 a slick looking Frenchman play FT-Loin a way that made me feel .L, in swots. As soon as he sat fn on the stool I knew by the way i,fl handicu iituiov. - - Mod the machine he was running. He tapped the keys away up in one end as if they were guages, and 2 wanted to see if ho had water noneb, and then he looked up, as if S wanted to seo h6w much 6team he 1 carrying, and the next moment Uculled open the throttle and sailed out on the main line as if he were a half of an hour too lato. . ..you could hear her thunder over the culverts and bridges, and getting faster and faster, until the fellow recked about in his seat like a cradle. Somehow I thought it was old 80 a passenger train and getting Jut of the way of a 'special. The fel loe worked t...

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. — 26 April 1883

Free Press. ISAACS IL JULIAN, Editor. BS-f MAR003, TEXAS- tTiuusday, ArniL so. im. Lkmd at tub ot om at mm TEX AM BUWi v rr SmWw CretreU lit tti Alnrtitof ta till Heath of Col. 'Jock" IIy. The) Buu Anloulo ExpeM of. yentcrdftjr Mr. John Twolig. of thi city yesterday received a di-putch announcing tb doath, nt Oakland, CaL, of hi- brother-in-law, Col. John 0. Hay, the famous chief of the Tex an rnugoM in the earlier daya of Toxiu. Ex t. 8. Mabbhall IU'khel baa been luken to the penitentiary at Chanter, 111. FjuBrvi, and daBtructive cyclones have rcTailed reccnlty in renoui part of the country. Mb. Mitchell, ofBaRtrop, aged 83, died at Bolton, whilo in attendance nt the re union of Texas veteiaua. . Tk MnfH nrenarationa for tlie corona tion are all completed bo aro the Nihilibts'. Let the band commence to play. lln. iWhuoium Huys in bin urtfclo Jon gambling in the North American Review: -More money is spent for tobacco than for bread for amusements than for instruc tionfor thentreB th...

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. — 26 April 1883

Free Press. "tUURSDAY. APRIL 20, 1S83 ;rT!TrUto? CJttroli ALL fh AlmttilnrlntMi fT ..I II.. JV. 0.tM. J,-,. 1 1 IAI A." " " - O Its I I ' no pan " "l?05oaTH-:l A. M. (mill) and 4:07 P. M. am v" ar m -v- n u "ir.8li. nnpkins and table linens in groat JKS GroenA Priced T.ariyo RSHortmontof Stetson and r,,f hati latest styles, at attractive prices, at Complete line ladies' and misses' v r Green Jc Pn ulutcrs Price's. at Freeman, photographers, will remain in San Marcos 10 days only. April 23, ISM. Green A Price's fans are too utterly too t00 Call and see thein. Two carloads of flour for Hrazuthis week, one from St. Louis, the other from Kansas. Fine line Lace buntings, In all of the e shades, 15 and 10$ cent a yard, at Green fc Price's. Trv that fine coffee at IIikjue.s. Beautiful assortment of Albatross and Nua's veiling. Call and ee them. Green & Price. A. FULL LINE of Card Board, Mottoes, Einbroidory Silk and Cotton, Zephyr, etc., flt San Maboos Book Store. CtBtjen & Price h...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 26 April 1883

r. "J , " I T1IK HOT TOM DRAWER. UT MAUT A. lil'BH. Ih the titl chamber of the Iiouh, hut up In dim, uncertain litfht, Jlire tood an antiquo chwat of drawer Of foreign wood with branm bri ht. ten moru a woman, frail auil gray, BU-jtpcil tottoringly aerom the floor -rt in," aha Bald "tho light of day, Then, Jati, unlock the bottom drawer. Ttio Kirl, in all jrouth'H lovoliucija, Knelt down with ca;;or, curium Uvn; B'crvhanca hIio dreamt of Indian hHUh, Ot Jewels and of raro old laeo. Jat wheu tho Hiiuimer HimHliino foil Opon the troatsurou hoardod tliern, The toa"r ruahotl to hor tender cyan, Her heart wan hoIciiih a a prayer. Wear giandinanu," alio Moftly Mighod, lifting a withered rono and j.alin ; Union tho eldor faco wan uaugU IJnt Bwoot coutnntand peaceful calm. Ittiiing upon lier titan", alio gazed Upon a baby's half-worn nhoo; X U Ulo frock of lino.it lawn ; A hat with tiny bowa of blue t La 11, made fifty years ago, L littlo glove, a tauHolod cap; . Lalf-dono division hiili; K...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 26 April 1883

DYNAMITE. ' Wkttltl and How II Is Hidr, York Tribute. Dynamite is nitro-glycerine with enough of the 6ilica added to con J tit into ft powder that can be wodled with comparative safety. No S obtained a patent for his discovery, and ia order to evado it, various man- factuurs have substituted other Lbstances for tho infusorial silica, Indthis accounts for the variety of names for what is essentially tho 6ame thing; such as Juhiter powder, rend Jock, etc. Among tho substitutes are npowder, mica rnd magnesia. The pitmar powder company mixed sugar ,pith the glycerine before nitrating it, and thus obtained a mixture of nitro sugar and nitro-glycerine, which was called ginkodine This, mixed with anabsorbant,gavea powder possess ing alJ the explosive power of dynamite. One of the most recent improvements if it is an improvement in this class is an explosive gleatine or gum, which is made by dissolving soluble pin-cotton in nitro-glycerine and add ing a small percentage of champhor. By nitr...

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. — 26 April 1883

GENEBAL DIRECTORY. OI'I'ICIAIj. eovoassisus Hra pistict Iloa. Jwn F Millar, of Gonislee County. ITO-'TH DUTICTi Iloa. Geo. PfeufTtr, o( Cointl Co. (riKirrATivm-eUr DisraicT! linn. 8. B. McBrlde, of nays Co. lion. J. Jl. hURiier, of Caldwell Co. DISTRICT COUMT ItTH PISTSJOT . Hon. I W. Moor,Prilillof ;u(Ik. UOringe. J. U. Bethany. Attorney, Austin Co. tibss or oumn oocit. !. 24 Mondays In March and (September. oovurf orrioou. Kl R. Kone, Judge County Court. Jit. 0. Burleson, Dlst. ml County Clerk. nn Kuril. CoubIv Attorney. U.K. liarbsr Bberlff. t. B. Wtvls, J. M.Turner, if. 8. Cock. Justice of Iho Poeee Pr. No 1 l..I.M.yncb. " " ' " " Jobn Richardson, " " " " ' J.:. Itowe, ' J. H. I'atterson, County Treasurer. It H. ForUun, Assessor. Joe. C. Eve, Surveyor. T.J. Mif"rty, Cow'r Prcolnet No. 1. j.B.nmiiir. " a. W. B. Wood, " " " J.R. Hurle.o.1, " " ' I. ldhl.nn dilutable Precinct ifo 1. TlMKS or HOLDING CoUlfTT SHU I'BBflXOT CoOItT' Olmlnul Count r Court 1st Monday In eacb innnlh. Coun...

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