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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 3 May 1883

, i . . resSo Fr an rco PltOFlUETOJI, lH JULIAN, ' "Provo All Things; Hold Fast that which Is Cood." SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 3. 1883. NO. 22. VOL. XII. Free, Press. -blisiieil Every TJnirsday by ISAAC H. JULian, To whom nil Letters should be Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. RA TES OF SUBSCRIPT! OJf. C.ye.r.ln .dr.no.. t J 00 m , 1 fore. Bontb 75 BATES Or ADVERTISING. one aquare, oue 'nertlon ! oh (W1""on. I inaertion under one month. BO eenf per .quare. ) 1 mo. 8 moii. 8 mog. H mot rZau if 2.60 1 9 .oo .15.00 I 7.00 J , "V i .of on ' , " I 7.001 10.00 p " 20.00 86.00 ft fl.00 ( 10.00 10.00 ia.no 90.00 80.00 60 CO 16 00 SO .00 30.00 6C.00 70.00 Bu.lne.aCard., one inch or lea., one ye.r, 8 00 Crdi ju BusIubb. Directory, one ye.r, $2 00 Legal nd Transient Advertisement, will be rged One Doll.r per iqu.r. for the flret In wrtlon. end Fifty Cent, per .qu.re for e.ch ddl tloo.1 Insertion. A .qu.re it the pp.ee of one inch. Fr.ctlon.1 square, will be counted full...

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. — 3 May 1883

SAW 1IAR00S FREE PR1 0AN M1BOOS, TXXAS news in mum. i:umi. Fkefman,. the PocasHet ehild-niur-derer, has after nearly four yours in carccrntion in the Iimno Asylum at DanverH, Mohh., abandoned hiH claim that he killed hi littlo daughter under inspiration, and nay8 the deed was prompted by the devil. The authori ties ot the anylum report that ho is no longer a lit subject for that institution, and it is expected that he will soon be put on triulfor murder. . . .James Mar shall & Coi, the iron pipe manufactur ers of Pittsburgh, have made an assign ment. Their liabilities aro placed at $1,500,000, and the assets will reach $1,250,000. Speculation in pig iron for an advance caused the failure. The steamers Nestorian andParthea, at Boston, and the Indiana, at Phila delphia landed nearly 1,000 immigrants from Ireland last week, the British Government having paid the passage expenses in a great many instance. The majority are in destitute circum stances, having been evicted from their h...

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. — 3 May 1883

APrAUINO DISASTER. Kcw Oeleans, April 23.-Tke taSmDof Beauregard, a mile above, a" . l a'aIAP.K Sunday afternoon. tKind for the past three days has .r n rrjilo and loweiincr ZSted a storm. It. SSh was known. some minute.be- C by rumbling sounds, tho windows Valines shaking with vxolcnce.and The thunder roared. 2d lfehtnig flashed with alarming T.1 ond vividness. Fences were Mown down, trees which had stood storms of years were uprooted Seast 100 yards away. Last of J rajlroad in Wesson the damage SulHit, but in the western portion Vxu-Awn the destruction was aw- r.T: i,n meter. As soon as the r ! onmewhat abated, and the !3e began to look about, loud peals 5&e church beUs rang out, and they toward Wesson, the rain m the mean torrents. -AATi rnnr iu iu vwwww rfeacliin? Peach Orchard street, an indescribable scene was witnessed. This street was lined with a large Camber of bouses in which operatives Ttlie Mississippi mills are domiciled, aad here the greatest destruction oc curred...

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. — 3 May 1883

Free Press. 13 A AS H. JULIAN, Editor. 'J'UL'KSDAY, Al'ttIL fl, 1.1. i.srtr"i:i) at me r.mr on icb at has maucoh TEX AH AHHKCOND n.AiW MAJir..J r-r TSi i rrjpriJtsr clatrj'.i iU th AlwtUlaj la tall i,Mo Xowh Item. Jefferson, Tux., bus now one of tho finest opem-housesinthc state. Juy OouM Una started on a tour of inspec tion of the Sonthweotorn system. Tho Iveuitcutiary Bortrd hav passed ft resolution to rosuiuo control of tbe peniten tiaries ou tho 1.1th of May, ami at tho next tn -etins will nmke a final settlement with Messrs Cuuinyhani & Ellis and HainbyA Co. ft jr. Iljyuton, wan recently elected as tba successor of Governor Alex H. Stephens of Georgia. Wcson, Miss.-, wan one cf Iho scenes of desolation caused by the lata cyclone. The J I raid of that place Kays: ' About 100 deaths will occuf in this coun ty. About :?ni) woundod to be cared for. and ver a thousand persons made destitute. T io situation is frightful. The season for spring freshets .having nhout pas-io.1, tho ...

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. — 3 May 1883

Free Press. JA.N" MARCOS, TEXAS. THUKSDAY. MAY 3, 1883 CTiPtosrlotor Coatro'.i ALL th iiwtlilaj Is till POlvlE NEWS. p7r. time table. Trl" J",M ,hl, l',CS " f,,,ow, : '.ni-xu ftnl'TH-flSS A.M. and 11:53 P. M. (mall), 8 .. SORTH-9:16 A. M. (null) and 47 P. M. "CnU nnd. sre Green & Prioo'b . Towel, jfopkiun and Table Lineu. Satisfaction guaranteed. Thorewwa "Spring Bill" on the night 0( the 1 iust. parucumr. Green and Trice Bell Feathered Fans from COc to a. 00 . Try "Sea Foam" Baking Powder and O. W. Donalkon & Co'b flno "Sea Foam" flour. Fresh line of ladies' tfnd niwses hose at Turner &, Co's. Green & Price carry a complete line of gtnt'8 and boyu' Philadelphia bhoea. Carload of the celebrated Caldwell wag. ens just received at Turner t Co's. Jlen's BUits jit $150 at Green & Price's. Swabtz & Freeman's reputation as pho. tographers is unsurpassed. They are now in Saa Marcos. Large assortment of mens and boys clothing at P. R. Tubmeb & Co's. "SEA FOAM" Ou...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 3 May 1883

TIW OLD HOMESTEAD. All. Ittiro It I', th r uM 1 Vaoliaugoa throuKh all tluo yeaw, Uow liko imjiuo Hwoot familiar Mj chiMliK.r homo ijer! The grand old Irew U-Uud tho door, HUH nproad their branche wide; The river wander of yore, With iweetly running tide; The di.Unt Mil I Krf J KVi The flowers aro LloomliiK And everything l'Hk Kll -l,av An when I wan child. lteKrdIoH how tlio year havo llown, Half wondering I Htund; I catch uo fund endearing tone, IclaMp no frie ndly hund; I think my mother' amilo l,e, Hint my father' cull , I pautto to hoar my brother's foot Coino bounding through tho hall; liut Hilonco.all around mo reign, No traoo of thono I lovo reinuiui, And tear unhidden tttart. What though tho Bunhcain fall as fair, What though tho budding llowers Still Hhod their f ragranoo on tho air Within lifo'H golden hour The loving one that ehwtered hero ThoHO wall muy not rontons; Voice that filled my youthful car Will groot my houI no more. And yet I quit the dear old llueo With hIow...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 3 May 1883

jYogressIvc'.HusItiess Methods. Pallas .uareta. The other day the large clothing t L of E. G. Weichmann t Vo. N. v failed, with over $300,000 liabili and with $200,000 or less of good iets. Some tlxirty years ago Mr. Schmann started in the cloth bus- ess in ftU lmmbl way an( at Lines, grew until if reached the niaenitude as above shown. It is true Sat while others have begun the sttme line of business much more re cently than he, they havo advanced antil their assets to-day are numbered :-rthfl milions of dollars, Mr. Weichmann, was a man of great in industry, severe economy, and scru pulous integrity. It becomes, there fore.a pertinent inqiuiry why he failed whe'n his competitors are succeeding. Tn an interview with a New York re porter he tells his own story as to the causes. He says : "The chief one is that the whole system of the business has changed in the last few years and I was slow to recognize it. I was opposed to the new methods em ployed by other houses, and I stuck: Jo ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 3 May 1883

COUCTING. There's let of fun lo courting, If yon know tUeway la do II It Hi qbileesl kind of ap-ftlng (nei you gel aoruatomed lo ll, 1m j onr courting moderately, A tuliii, not a for I )lk bt alowly, H add greatt To Hi fua plquiol Oivor. Court yonr sweetheart la tin kitchen, In thepsrlorj In Ibo pirk An t you'll Dud tb dou bewltcblu' Tltimt fureurtlug after dark Court fur love, moat women Ilk It, Nay, I am certain tbey all do And tlic fallow wbo can strike II Onco, will banksrfur It, loo. Cinrt a wamsn for herself, air. Pur tli virtue there la In br I Jfcm't a; i courting for her pelf, sir; Von will rue ll If you win ber, Court a woman buMly, bravrly I Kever court her for fool ; Win-ii you do, ijo'II leach you naively" How a woman scorned cau rule. Court a woman for a wife, lr. For a nibtber, good and true i ' And my word, you'll find tbli IK ttr, VaradUe enough for you. Ami aucb courting beat strawb errlM, reaches troien In lea-cream Champaign frapp, braudled cherries, 'fla a sunny...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 10 May 1883

ID 1 - r m re J.H.JUUAN, "Prove All Things l Hold Fast that which Is Good." PHOPHIETOll VOL. XII. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, 'TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 1 0. ,1883. NO. 23, San Marcos Free Free Press. riiblihed Every Thursday by ISAAC H. JULIAN, To whom IiettoriJ BUuld be Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. " RATES OFSUBSCRIPTIOIT. tona,i 2 00 m months jhres month! " 1 25 76 BATES OF ADVERTISING. Cue sqre, ""rtlon i on addition ,1 iimertioa udf one month. 60 cent per wwh j 1 mo. 3 root. 6 nios. 18 nioi fl.no 10.00 li.no 30.00 S0.00 BiM'O $ 10.00 1 gnnre." ) " I " ft 3.50 K.00 S.00 I 7.00 15.00 30.00 so.oo 6C.00 70.00 e.or ; oo 7.00 10.00 i eoinii . 12.00 1 20.00 30.00 I 36.00 I" !!!.... "o.,.in..HCirdi. one inch or less, one year, 18 00 Csrds l Business Directory, one year, $2 00 ,tgl and Transient advertisements win oe rbirged One DolUr per squars for the first ta ction. nd Fifty Cente per square for ech addl tlontl insertion. A square In the space of one loch. Fractional squares will be...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 10 May 1883

SAIf 1I1EC0S FREB PRESS. X. H. JULIAN, Publisher. BAN MARCOS, TXXA8 NEWS INJUtTBF. Kant. Tue extensive cooper shops of E. L. Jowitt, at Buffalo, N. Y., were wiped out by fire. Loss, $75,000, insured for $32,000. There was a mysterious explosion at the Government manufactory of small-arms, at Enfield, England, which is supposed to be occasioned by an abortive attempt on the part of the Fenians to blow up the establishment. ....The coronation of the Emperor of Kuttsia will take placo May 27. The festivities will bo kept up until June 8. ....Two of the Nihilists sentenced to death at St. Petersburg were executed; one by hanging, the other by shooting. ... .A destructive fire occurred in Liv erpool, causing a loss of over $500,000 in dock property. At Milltown-Mal-bay, County Clare, there were twenty three arrests for murderous conspiracy, two of the arrested parties turning in formers. Frank Laukin, the ball-player, went homo drunk to Williamsburg, N. Y., shot his wife, probably fatall...

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. — 10 May 1883

llIEROtiOXE. - ' am Francltco Call. ' rWth called away yesterday one of most noted men xn California Sj.'jSn Coffee llays Col. Hays ised away peacefully at his home Foothills of Alameda county, T of Piedmont. "Col. Jack ft3 110 TTClB VUUilUVUIJ VOUCU fitlfl of the "Texan Ran earH rom bia command of the Texas Sops when Texas was an indopen ylf fltftte. fand afterwards when it if9 -member of fhe ';Union.i Col. Havs was a brave man. By his cool nersonal courage at all times and uu 5er all circumstances, no matter what the emergency might be, he gained Ms greatest reputation, though many other circumstances during his event- ful I SSS of a email stature, and Blender but wiry; but he was a giant in daring. Col. Hays was a native of Wilson county, ienn. uewas oorn in the year 1817, and therefore was 60 years old at ms aeam. ixis ear y days were spent on a farm in the state of his birth, but when he was 17 or f ana lift WPYit til TfiTftB ftnd 10 yeaio ui bw -w --- entered the military serv...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 10 May 1883

Free Press. ISAAC H. JULlAlT, fcditor. BAN MXROOS, TEXAS. THUKSDAY, MAY 10, lH3. KNTKItKD AT TUB POHT OM&t AT HAS MAHCOH TEXAH AM HV.COND CLAHB M Vl ren. J r TM rrelotor Coatrili ALL ttl Alrortliist In till riper, w nfcni i wn u fti uiai w.f We contetriplitte attending Ill'o Editorial Convention at Dalian, to bgin on tlie lfith Inst. DtrnVg tb6 w6ek or rooro tbnt we may be fcbdent, the office will be in charge '6f Victor Julian, who ix fully authorized to re ceive and receipt for money due or attend to any other buHiuetw connected with the Mine. ia-k'-sw . . Ibn Would roads iwrd the Santa F6 nro'at outs. The Arkansas editors aro on ah excutuioh to Tfxas and Mexico. Thero ari about 4) of them ond Boveral have wive and children with them, bcnides about 20 "invited guests.'' W'n Ruebs the Texan editors will not have to many Bupernntnerarios . on route. Mnjor Wasson, theV. S. Officer who re ported that ho had 'been robbed 'on tho train of !?'Jl,0(M) with which ho was en route to For...

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. — 10 May 1883

Free Press. tSmtJ MAK008, TEXA. THURSDAY. MAY 3. 1883 .'ntrnprlitor Control ail tts AlnrUiinjlitJtli .v.rurrri? u wall il LU O&tslit sc.rsi. -I ir j;tf, M " " " 3CQ3VEB NEWS. Tr.ii o PM lb,g vUca ' ,0,,ow, -f.rl)jO0Tll-':M A.M. and 8:53 P. if. (null), CC SORTU-B W A. M. (m.ll) ...J :UT P. M. "See new advertisements of Turuer A Co. Ott Market Reporjl again appears after a long omisdiou. Waix Tweb styles 1883. J. V. Kaxci. OaU and corn for sale at TCBXEB & Co'g. Clotbing still In fine aRHOrtment, In styles aca'prices, at Johnson A Johnson's. 'zw line of dress goods jnbt received at Dailey k Beo. Gents' Fcbsishino Goods, clothing and Dubtewat Ebwin's. Carload Engle Stenm Flour, warranted ratcut, cheapest in the market, at 1 Hxnzik's. Vice lot of baby hnts and caps at P. R. Tubneb & Co's. Catxoae Canned goods from Baltimore at Hinzie's. Kew lot prints jtwt received at Johnson & Johkbok's. Carload of the celebrated Caldwell wag ons just received at Tubneb Jb Co's. Ceoceeb...

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. — 10 May 1883

AT SKA. I wtthl the white M U.y lreal TLoir inKi 'ko hirA "ot f r" ! . , AuJ oiufl oor dUUnl wave will rUo, Hfo into wUhed-fur Uven Khdo- And H .tno be lout at ea. Ah, thun ujxm Lifo'n Uwtlnff main, Wiila llopo hIuh merrily, FnU many lrk from off the Htrind We launch withi?r hort auJ hand, Nor dreamed of Ion atea. Iiut thttro were troachcrotw rock and h1.o1h, AH, all unkuownto tne; Jt maiturH not Uo heart doth know What truel htorm hath nunkon low The venturo out at hi'ii. Mayhap it wan no contly freight, ThoflKh rich to yon or mo; Yet Memory , an tho dayn k hy, Still countoth o'er with tearful eye Hur troauurcH lost at aea. Ah, well, there in a haven nweot Where ahipwreek can not bo; Sad hearts who wit in patient pain, There shall we gather bac k again, Much that wan lottt at nea. A CITY OF TWENTY MILLIONS'. "Well, bow do you like Texas,-and what ore you doing over there?" It seemed good indeed to come upon an old schoolmate away out in New Mexico. John Coombs and I had been in the...

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. — 10 May 1883

r. vrRAL Srtttll III LAUtlUSULL TMIyttry Which Bhrottig Thl. World." The creft preliminary funeral scrv jcejover the remains of Mills, who fgfjev'eral years has acted as clerk for Representative March, of Maine, !k place Sunday evening from the Since of Col. N. W. Fitzgerald, L K fit. Washington. The remains Lw taken to the Baltimore and Po tomac depot, whenco they were sent jo Port jarvio, iui. luum was an independent thinker as far as re ligion was concerneu, miu as 1. oe Jma known that Col. Robert Inger- cnil would make some remarks before the casket was closed, there were a large number in'attendance. Among those presens were Dcuttiur yuu tvycK pnresentive Murch, ex-Senator IW ler, ex-Senator Dorsey, and Register Bmce. Thete were also a number ' who were prominent in the so-called, infidel circles. Before the oration began there was played a selection nnonthejpiano. A similar selection was 5! laved as tne casKeiwas ciosea. xne pceased was 'an intimate friend of Col. Ingersoll, a...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 10 May 1883

i - . i r John JJull la Trouble, Jl.e Jl-lton dream of dynamit, Aa tk of bursting bomb j oi Mag i.tttj by Irl-ta bill Aid Jabbed bj Irish thuwt. II dream of mutdir and of wr. Of rampant tig ol irrernt A ii J llnrat.tl beyeson on waking p, .Mi4 ! he growing l'u ,t If eorae r Iglil, lut.non gut V II . uki l.lmnflf analn t 'uM 'una up 'Iternleu rogneit Hand w'al would 'appen thin V Ail ' ha Orii lo luep one wort, lie ninier vicious thing Al.'itil H auinricana end plot An.l l.itiii-niL'S ol Mug. JIarlin!rtl:'. 1 Cxi" U a my on a visit and will liut In. i:'.:.i t give tho i:rYH from our little " ' 1 .. . . ; 1. T llii,,!,! T I..WHHI.I i.in.iy iui woiilil '! v v-u a few iloin ana ici junr ... r.-itil. -r-. k low wu un. mi '.. ..!;.. n.lv.mtiiffn of thfi iMiriiniinmi; i'i""'b o- tirv wiii..nr unu vi..."b w oihN mi i cr.iss. I hear them saying tlmt thevlm,, tluir crot.n in flu. order, alno llmt troM.tnre goo-1, for thin ReftHon or me v, r S m.io ore "talking of laying their n couhidentblo a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 17 May 1883

Press. an A. PHOPHIETd II j K,JUUAN, "Provo All Things i Hold Fast that which Is Cood." COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 1 7, 1883. NO. 24 . SAN MARCOS, II AYS Free Press. -Mislicil Every Thursday ly ISAAC H. JULIAN, To vboin all Letters should bo Addressed. QFflCE East Side of Plaza. jm tks of subscription: ort.i- -- ;;; .. ..,h 0 ..nnluS " lor" BATES OF AD YER TISISO . .. insertion tl 00: each addition 001 i4ww ,1 mwrilon undirone month, 60 cents per souare. I 1 mo. I 3 moii. 6 mos. H rnos L' coira. .. 5 :: $ 2 40 n.00 5.00 T OO 6.0r J 9.00 7.00 I 10.00 12 00 I 20.00 20.00 I 35.00 t fl.00 10.00 12.00 40.00 30.00 BO CO 10.00 16 Ml 30.00 80.00 6C.0O 70.00 Twines Cards, one inch or lent, one year, 18 00 rjrds In Business Directory, one year, 93 00 . ' i .nri Transient Advertisement! wilt be ; 'u,ti One Dollar per squsre for tha Aral In- rtion. and Klfty Cent, per square (or each addl ... ....ur,l..n. A square la the apace of one Inch. Fractional squares will te oounted a full "".""J'.nrt...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 17 May 1883

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. t n. JULIAN, Publisher. BAN MARCOS, TEXAS news in brief. Tin.' Vt(im Union' Company has I ...... ufimlul iirmiRHinn tn bury their wircn in Now York city, paying 1 cent . . m f . 1 A. .1 iter lineul loot ior eacn Bireei uja-uuu, .,,,.1 rrivintf flirt ritv tllO UHO of tWO ' n n - - wires. Alhot II. Bealh and A. P. l'rickett n itnutmi uinV-n firm, entracred passage 1 ntoamor and occupied the samo stateroom. Frickctt aroHO in tho rt flm niVlit.. and tho noiso ho "O - mnilA in nneninir ft window caused lieals to think an intruder was present, and ho shot his partner dead An explosion occurred at tho Keystone Colliery, near Ashland, l'a., by wincn 8everal miners were killed and many others severely injured. Tho disaster ,..nu r.auu.i ! flm nnllanse of a pillar. which precipitated an immenso fall of coal and liberated a greiu vuiuuio ui gas. ..... In accordance with tho instructions of Gov. Butler, tho Massachusetts Hoard of Health, Lunacy and Charitios has assumed c...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 17 May 1883

pESEBVlXW HEAVEN'S VEXIJEISCC. b0; Tk Prlv with a MlnUter Sound f ,fc toi(mBt, bat Ignorant of Iho " Ways of Old Pacer. peck's buu. Well great Julius Ciosar's laid Jed ghost, what's the matter with " said tho grocery man to the ffi'boy. as ho came into the grocery crutches, with one arm in a sling, naeye blackened and a strip of rt-ptostor across ono 8e is nfl "Where was tho explosion, or Eve you keen in a fight, or has your Z been giving you what you deserve, 5th a dub? Jere' lefc me you' There; sit down on that keg of apple jack Well, by tlio great guns, you k'as though you had called some--Sy a liar. What's the matter?" Ijid the grocery man took the crutch- and stood them up against tho Sn0 rimro'ft Tint much the matter mth me," said tho boy, in a voice that sounded all broke up, as he took a h" apple off a basket and began peehig it with his upper teeth. "If Lu think I am a wreck you ought to see the minister. They had to carry him home in installments, the way they buy sewing-m...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 17 May 1883

1 ji 4 S J i i Free Press, ISAAC H. JULIAN, - Editor. SA.X tIAROOS, TRXAS- VlIUUSDAY, MAY 17. I.NTED AT TUB POUT OFflCK AT BAN MABCOH TEXAS AS HECOND CUHi MAI I r.u. J K f Ihi Proprietor Cntrcli AIL tei A4Mttliit Uttli Iyor, en tbt ?SltE MirsUu tti Ontillt rtgn.- Off For Dallas Etc. Tho editor remained to furnish niOHt of Iho itmttor for this issuo, but left ou yeutor il,ty evening. The lato Thouipsou-Davis tragedy Is not 'dilculutod to give one the highest opinion f tha moral Ktuuding of some of the first l iniilios of tho blue grftss region in Old Kentucky. Hummed up it Htmds ahout tints : tk'tl. Thompson, member of Con gross, about Ktitrtiiitf for Washington takes Lis wife with hint to Cincinnati and leaves lior nt a hotel with a lady friend front his own neighborhood. Koou after Thompson's departure, Walter Davis, also a neighbor uud iutimato friend of Thompson, appears on tho scone, and invitos Mrs. Thompson to accompany him to the theatre etc, which docs Blie. it appears, had ...

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