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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 7 June 1883

Free Press. an T rco j H. JULIAN, "Prove All Things f Hold Fast that whtch lo Cood.,, PHOPlUETOlt, VOL. XII, SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1883. NO. 27. via Free Press. -hiisheil Every Thursday by ISAAC II. JULIAN, T0 fflioin all Letter should bo Addressed. OFFICEEast Side of Plaza. HA TS OFSCBSCRIPTIOX. 0r,in advauc f J 00 i mouth 1 38 T6 Tort ruootb " RATKS Or ADVERTISING. m square, oi.o insertion l 00; each addition. ,lluertlou uudtron month. 60 cento par squar. . " 1 1 nil), moil. 6mos. I imie 1 suiiarx J " r colm . .. " ... I I 6.00 ...I .vooi oo .... o.ur! oo 7.00 I 10.00 ' i li llO I 20.00 .. 30.00 I 35.00 n.nu jo.on is.no 10.00 311.00 Ku l0 HMKI IB (Ml 20.00 30.01) 6C.00 70.00 17,11... Card, one inch or lene, oue year, 8 00 C.rd. in Business Directory, one year, $2 00 Legal d Transient advertisements will be fhirged One Dollar per square for the Hrst In ftlon. and Fifty Centa per aquare for each addi ! insertion. A square ia the apace of one lcb. pactiona...

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. — 7 June 1883

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. r. H. JULIAN, Publisher. BAN MARCOS, TEXAS NHWS lNJHUKF. UllMl. TiiKlifoof tho lion. W. V. Krllej of Pennsylvania, is Haid to 1 in daiiK'i from cancer of tho juw, ami hi nlllic tiou in himilnr to tliut of the Into Sena tor Bon Hill, of (Jrorpo. Not Jons i d from 31 r Jvcl" ley'8 mouth, and it uns Hiij.poHod that lie would hnvo n niur i"""' Hcriotis developments have lonowcu which causo iilarin Tatmck Tynan (tho "Xo. 1" of ho Irish Invincibly is now living in ew York, and his hiding place in no longer a matter of M'trowy. General Uoger . Pryor, the well-known lawyer, tho other day wroto to F. F. Marbury, counsel for tho British Government, naying: "I am instructed by Mr. ly nnn to inform whomsoever it may con cern that, if ho has not obtruded lum fielf upon the public notice, neither has ho been hiding, and that, on an in timation of tho undersigned, ho will promptly present himself to tho Mar shal to do and abide by whatever the laws of tho United States may r...

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. — 7 June 1883

Old JUfkory'n Challenge. A curious rdio of Andrew Jackson hts i"8' 0UUl1 its WRy nto )rint igh the New York lhjtr to which pnpcr wrtS 8enfc a 6ranJ Lnrrbtcr of Jackson's antagonist. It . Sated in Tarton's "Life of Jack Ion" that whon Old llickory was a Yoaug Hickory, just 21 years of age, La fought the first duel of his life Jitli Colonel Wrightstill Avery, a wry distinguished member of the bar of North Carolina. Young Jack son had a criminal case before the court at Jonesboro, in wliich ho was deeply interested, Colonel Avery being counsel on the other side In the course of the trial, Avery was severe in bis comments upon some of the lcal positions taken by the young wer, and used language which ho afterward admitted was too personal and sarcastic. On the second morning of tho trial, Jackson, acutely mortified by tho repetition of tho offense, tore a blank leaf from a law book, wrote a challenge upon it and gave it to his antagonist with his own hands. Ihis challenge, yellow with i...

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. — 7 June 1883

Free Press. IS He ttJUtUN, - - Editor. "tHUKSUAV, JLNli 7, I HSI Knri AT THR l-OMT OmCE AT HAN MABCOH TEX AX AKNKCOSD CLAIM MATTC.B.J iV rti Prejrhtu fctatroti All th AiMrtiilst U tt!i r;ot, i tbi watt u wu u thi oui4rrn.f bbsprratloni In Mexico. O if last left uh nt Monterey. ThU city Intimated on thi TiKrt Hvr, lit the lioRfl of uti extensive aud bt-Ailtiful valley, about 1iv4(ier,fSNonthot W.n Marcos, Texan. Thojvtyiibi'ioA fowrtJlo be about 4(),00O, (t w tl.inK it i& probably exaggerated. The oity is eKpocially iutorenting ai a me moriAl of the p:wt, for wedoubtnot itstftnds Irt-diy Bttbrttuntiully iw it did a hundred yearn u-o, to Ay ths fount. It is built in the old SpAiVish And Mexican Ktylo, of whiuU San Antonio teu years since would have afforded a Hood illuHtration ; Indeed some of the hi roots of the lattor city to-day are rretty much identical in Ktyle with thoBe of Mou torcv. The walls of the hoiweB are of utoao or a lobo, one story, and with flat roof, HiruotH rath...

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. — 7 June 1883

Free Press. SpAY, JUNE 7, 1H83 ZZZl. entnlt Alt tti AlTorttilssIa UiU ..J, S3 T,?IM row rilM.pUo... follow, j .n ftrTll-9:M A.M. ami 8M P. M. (mall), BCt;? 0 MiKTH-frM A. M, (null) and :0T V. M. "firt'carJ of Dr. Fisher, honioopatiiio P'ayskaun, of Austin. Run) tlo advertisement of the Chicago MrtiHER t Glaotcb, Carpenters and mSdcns Cun give the bent of references. riotbh.B-choP-t GBEEKttW8i rteuco', Tiireo assortment of Embroidery, just ar-I:d--cheal.-ut . . Ghxex & Price's. Golden Days for May i roceived, and re plete with matter cf interest to young and old. . . VoveJties in hulics' nckwcar at p. R. Tcbxeb & Co'b. Lace I5iutinc nJ Grenadines, just re ccived,by ' . Green & Price. Wasted. A place- for a boy fifteen years old to work on a farm. Enquire at G. Vogelsang's Carpenter Shop. Fkesh supply of Ziegler shoes at Turner J;Co. Go to Gaeen & Price's for yonr Mon's Vuderwenr. BfsiNESs Carls. If yon need any thing in thin line cnl! at the Free Pbms office. Ladies' ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 7 June 1883

ATJSA7.V0 soya. Uoblud tho Lilt-top drojm tho nun, Tbo curled Loat falter on tho Hand; Whllo evening ualora, out by ouo, Load in tho gucat of twilight-laud. Tbo bird U Hilunt overhead, IJolow tho beaut la kin him down; Alono tho nurbk'V watch tho dead, Alotio tho tcjile guard tho tiwu. Tho Houth wind fool it amorou lourau To cldinUirud awcot In thbkola found: Tho loaves obty ltd ti-ndor force, And Mtir lwixt Hik'neo and a Hound. June ('tnt'ity. TO KKMOVK TAINT. One evening theio was h tea-party at the residence of a deacon, and af ter snypor the gentleman went to tho smoking-room, utid smoked and told storieH while the ladie? visited and ex changed pieces of silk neckties and ribbons for making silk quilts. Tho men got to talking about tho changes that occur in people's lives in a few years, and each had home illustration in bis own experience. Tho voting minister had been a quiet listener, and smoked his cigur in a dreamy sort of a way, and when they had all had an inning telling s...

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. — 7 June 1883

lotflallwtloii in Agrlculturf. ' .. . -- V.i is another startling array of sta- to prove tbo fundamental error I 5J Southern people in cultivating (B? that the South last year bought 5l North $202,000,000 troith. of 9 in ncncuiiurui ivumui enu- wheat, meat, anil hay, nnd that ! dbmI for with cotton. The "7 &a ;.t.ia trt ft laree amount I Jje philanthropic economists have tncbtdowu the figures to show the lice of trade between the cotton oducers ana uie wueut uim grain Queers. Cotton, the agricultural r..fid to contends, is supplied JLscnt cheap prices by Southern rkcrs at a cost of labor equal to Jven times the cost or labor to pro- La the wheat and corn that they dace , - , XT farmer. That is to say 1125 bushels of corn are raised by one man Vorth, which, if paid for in cotton, Jrill require the proceeds of the labor of seven men raising cotton in tin RoUth. Wltnoui; Slopping w uxpuse jjjg evident inaccuracy of all such statements, and even accepting them as correct, they only ...

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. — 7 June 1883

J t r G it !. V -1. Ii ;i -t 1 1 " i w.iX3BuBwt. akraafra Marines for (ho Month. T.n flttt inr hut a now portrait of Ten I.Yhu nit a rVoutitijiiocfi Ami nil its ncustom - i wfii'.th of litoruturo Mid illnMtrutiouK. AitH'iJ, iU Pioro Jiromincnt nrticlos nro tho 1 illowiurf I 'Kninnil itml Irolaud.' by Jub. ttryre, ni'Milbcrof I'arliiimont; 'Correnpon !.?ice of Curlylo uii.l KninrKoa.' by IIury i dii.-M jr ; 'The Native Eh-meut in American 1 iff ion IjohMim Htorios and pooins and it ri:!l iiiul Inviting editorial dqmrtrncnt. I.ii'I'jncott coutninn the following among o?In r articlcH: 'TLe VRnrion of Wenteru An hitti turoj" "Tbo London Scanon;" "Poor .! i. k. hi SurrowH nud bin Joys;" "Leander, a Mory of liunr-h Llfo;" 4,Aniuiflln Extinct viiiiln Hiimnn Memory", etc. Also odito-r.-il and literary notion. Tub Eci.KCTic coutninn eighteen articles ijjkiii almost ft inmiy different topicn. The r I S.i a .iirtml 111.. "All I llRDITCll I 'illun IU I ir r iihmi hum . - . - ' MiMtoritiil Kiddl...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 14 June 1883

rcos. Free Pre an r j.ir..TUI-lAN, VOL. XII. II Provo All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood.1' PltOPJUETOlU SAX MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 14.1S83. NO. 2P, via Free Press. """fiiTilIshed Every Thursday by ISAAC H. JULIAN, To whom all Letter Hbould be Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. JtA TiW OFSVLSCR1P TOX 0.i '. ki'ut Itt month Three mouths " ti oo . 1 IS 76 RATES OF AD YKli TISIXG . On squsre, oue Insertion (1 00; each addition , insertion uudir one month, 60 eeute per saiure. i nio. ,1mii, 6 wot. It ruos f 1.50 $ 5.00 A.00 0.M 11.00 10.00 .10.00 fill CO 10.00 15 00 10 00 80.00 6C.00 TC.VO J 'V i e.oi ! . l.. 1.001 lOJ .00 .00 colm .00 M 00 I 30 00 30.00 36.00 Burtlnerr. Card. one inch or leu, one year, tft 00 Cards i Husluesa Directory, one year, tl 00 lugal ' Transient AdvertlitnenU will be charged Or.e Dollar per square (or the Brut ln ,i.rtlou. end Fifty Cents per square for each eddl. tlonal Insertion. A squa-e Is the space or oua Inch. Fractional squa...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 14 June 1883

SAN 1IAEC0S FREE PRESS. X, IT. JULIAN, Publiabw. BAN MARCOS, TEXAS NEWS IN BRIEF- "Aumx Dinaji," aa Onondago Indian woman, died the other day at the reiwr- r.tinn r KvrilttllHO. X. Y. SllO cliUIllH to bo 10U years old, and boasted of havinir frequently seen Gen. Washing ton, SSho wan nurse to Gov. Seymour of Now York, at his birth. la a tux-days' bicycle contest at Chi-n-hiftli two mou and a woman flm pnntflHtants. tho latter eal out ahead, making t43 fcQOuml 723 mile respect - - , !. imp 1ifiirratr(i onnoncDts. Jtuijr tjj -j. j. Thus has woman demonstrated lior nmiorinritv in another of the "higher professions.". .. .At In dianapolis, John Zopf shot and wound gd Christian Mucho, after which he shot himself, dying instantly. The af fair was the result of an old feud. ..... Willis Shannon, a colored roan, and three boys were drowned at Martin's Ferry, W. Va., together with two horses. Shannon went to tho river to wash a buggy, taking the boys with him for a ride. When in tho rive tho...

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. — 14 June 1883

Plate Glass Manufoctnre, About thirty miles Bouth of Bt. LoaiSi on the main line of the Bt. rouia. In Mountain & Southern Baihyay, ia Crystal City, the home of futo glass manufacture in the far est. The works of the Crystal Plate Glass Company are located some dis tance from the station but a small branch railway affords ready commun ication at all times. It is but a few vears since it was the popular im pression that plate glass could not be produced in this country, and that fdea is but partially obliterated at the present time, while the facts are that pjuoh of the finest and largest plate class now being used in the finest buildings of all our large cities is made in this country from native ma terial, and is in every respect equal to that of foreign make, hx the manu facture of glass of the Very best quali ty the Crystal Plate Glass Company is equal to any other. The two things which account for this fact are, first, the superior material in other words, the Plattin band wh...

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. — 14 June 1883

Free Press. Editor. vr MA.H0O3, TEXAS. TIUIUSDAY. JL'N'n li, I":. vmnun at Jhb pht orrrcr. At ax maucoh TEX AH AHKKOOXO OI.AH MATTK. irZU Pr9pritor CoitK'.i ill tti Usrtii'.tt i ttU r?f, os tii nain Uwtaiici c.mithfti.-M Til SaA Autonid ExprewH nnari to uh rather "crAnky" in ftn oft-rejwaled depre. ,-mtiou at Dr. 0. W. nolniM. fletter bhvo vour labor, fritoi. Holme", with U hi fault, will romaitt one of the pcrmnnout lights of American literature. Sirmtu charge tho governor with at tflinptlrtR Id nubsidwo the prewt by dining t he eJitor. And yet Knox, of the Sifting, r9tthoin on thoir wny to the goverhor'H, invited thorn to a ttaloon, and troated mich of theiu an were 4,dry" enough to accept the iivitttion. W.is Rifting no-operating with f.r trying to forestall tho governor in the al l'l'tid HUbsidining '( KnnHt.T wondr will never cease in pnli i.iuH iw in other iuatM. In the counte of a recent interview, Mr. Hendricks of Indiana b reported a expresm'ng his willingneBS to rnu ugain ...

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. — 14 June 1883

Free Press. KAROOS, TJ33C. "tadrspay. juke 14, im rit ILL Ul AivirtlfiHiatMs Ti,tfi w , Mitel 'Bad Koto Pirwi TIME TABLE. STTnToHoWsION: ROUXD MCTH. AIL. 11 SO A. V. 4.00 P. at. 4 40 M 4S M S.1 " :0I 6 31 - :00 P. K. .tin 1110 P.M. Sise wnf (0 Auwuto- 1:10 . 1 M 3:15 POUND HORTH. mail fcxmM 4 OOA.lt ...H:1 P.M. ,. S:0 " 10:30 " 3 IK) 101 . M J " 1 " ' 5:20 " J' ' 2.01 " ? " ..ldt " K:ft.ri It. I T.4R M JHllB jiuwbsca -lopf" $'i.Aiicos Hani" jtfW BraillifcU. ,n Antonio ... HOME NEWS. "jce cold eoda water ot Fbomme'b. Finest ice cold driuks at Reform Saloon. Thr mercury stood at" 98 0 on Tuesday afternoon. Xovelties in ladies' neckwear at P. K. Torkeb & Co's. Window Screens, different sizes, J. W. Nance. Carload of the celebrated Caldwell wag oajust received at Tubneb&Co's. Tee first watermelons of the season came in this week. Feesb supply of Ziegler shoes at Turner ICo. Croquet Sets 4 to 8 balls. J. W. Nance. Nice lot of baby bats and caps at P. R. Turner & Co's. New Car...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 14 June 1883

Two bhl raecally UrllDgi, they atood Ki.btillin the mitlnt ef the crowded afreet, Naughty a f rr children could be. Horace to right of thorn, lereea to loft, Men hnrrviiiK brnUle to end fro, Kobody atoppiig to welder it them. Nobody there with a right to know. Oh. what a dance for a full truaol Joy! fcarth held- no otfc-r eooiil Might nrk! it la over-a hrlek til the air, A woman'a face flaaae pallid whita "(Mi, UbieeJ whoee are yoi! Hew caw J Thtbnii Mrt halt ifhaat, at ay: Herehe aalle the infante, aa hearenly clear They both apeak tejether: W raiatfl away!B TJi crowd aid bneUe e-weyed ou again. The babiee were r&fe and had lost their fun; Aid we who law felt a aecret pi Half oary of what the bub am ea had done; Audid in our heerte, alack! if weTtell The truth, and the whole truth, wefmuateiy, Wo nerer t now eo food a time A weuaal o bTe when we'rannedawaj. lfto Avmk. MOXETA'S URATITUDE. An Incident f Vletorfo' Bald. Ifyom ever visit Presidio coumty Tex. you mil bo suie to hear...

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. — 14 June 1883

jBE JUH OF THIS HPTUM The: KlBtaU Otntar man of the future that mys- rVn Tinll lnnlf Vine Ir eB .the dim gulf of time upon im thumanity of the nineteenth rfl vith juat such kindly and S incredulous scorn as we now eon 5Lnd to bestow upon our club Sine ape-like aneestors will be a 1 1 iicapable of extended locomotion. 5- VmI will hare no division between He will be aters. to fight jJJ vill maintain his position in Soremost files of Ume to come, Silv upon the strength of one or two SluSons of his brain. This may -nnr TroT)heeT, but it dif- from most propheoiea U boing a mflld logical UCUUWWU different parts ot the human frame as it now exists hare been solved or modified by the action of the two great great principles that i .Wp-cs remilated the develop- oent of spoeies. Every . organ and very ornament that man possesses has . ' hv natnral or sexual hgCQ HJJ"'V J goleetion, and when either of the fowea jg weakened or removuuj vt wuou &. nwieasitv for such organs or or naments is n...

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. — 14 June 1883

XI 31 K, '" . ...... ... f. nrmi THE MriltftallX BOCfVTT ft.ltl w. " .... of vBiffiN't w.ixoa acadk!, T(:n U n ewuDtitt! factor in proiiucius mi JunorUut wult. Thing of the grcut t t worth and excellence require the Jougent !.IIt4 111 tw lr mviuiKition. T ho fucU thnt ft uiifitiou wiw wrought and the untolJ beuu i ..j .....i kn!it.it)tiul work, of unture were only by the alow prccewii of time, nro nii.niotlonUo rroofa of tbl weruoa. Aa ttttouiot to awe-ruin Jmt whou time c .mnouooJ, U like tryiug to Ami tho fonu- . 1. I .! , .... tn mn Ii M IkiU-U'-U l oi r Bircoiu luniii'ci. " "M " ... . . i. i i .... C1i.blU tUOIIUUm. 11 I Uyouu uur mum, - of tho UMrcU., a ana unrovraiou i.;.. .. il.at u. nnn n flrt.l. "In tho bTLMn- iiiuKi iumiiB . - " u'Uij OnJurMtoJ tho beavouuauJ the earth," , ... : f ...1. 1.. I. waknrinnrLnnwI. .. f,,I.L,.l thi- ereatiou. . ..... Witcna go b.nk ia our Iniagmauona 10 l'i i lirt w)iig tkt tho luoruing Btare aang t tithur," to tho flriit byuiu or prawe ever o:K...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 21 June 1883

San I IB rree I.H.JUMAN. "Prove All Things; Hold Fast that which Is Cood.M PKOPIUETOli. VOL. XII. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 2 1, : 1883. NO. . 29 if I UOQo Free Press. ""Tillnhed Every Thursday by ISAAC XI. JULIAN, jo whom all Letters should be Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. JtA TES OESCBSCBIP T102T. fix month jbree mouth! " .J 00 . 131 7 BATES Of ADVERTISING. On square. oi.e Insertion 1 H; eh addition il insertion under one month, 60 cent per sauere. 1 oio. mo. 6 moi, H mo. 1 suii.r J " s ),' colni f : ::::::::: 2.60 6.00 a.no $ 10.00 5.00 TOO 6.0f ! 9.00 7.001 10.00 13 00 I SO.OO 30.00) S6.00 10.011 11.00 30.00 Sii.no ftu (to IB 00 30.00 so.oo 6C.00 TA.00 Bmlnf Csrds, one inch or law, ono yesr, AS 00 Csrds 1" Business Directory, one year, 13 00 Legal ni Transient advertisements will he rtirged One Dollar per square for the Bret in Krilon. end Fifty Cents per square for each addl. tional Insertion. A square il the space of one loch. Fractional squeree wi...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 21 June 1883

CAN 1IAKC0S FREE PRESS. X. H. JULLAJf, FnbUflhar. HAKMAROOS. TEXAS NEWS IN BRIEF. i:uNt. At the inqucHt . into tho Urookly .1 A:anutr tli nffi'nrr rrfRwlpnt C of iIia tniHtooH deposed that all tho police men in New York could not Btem the panic-stricken tidoof humanity at the timn ni rue ucciutm. xia duiu uu wnnlraut. imrf. nftlin fctnicturC COUld SUB tm'n f.r.fmft tons, and estimated the greatest pressure that could be placed onitatlv.uuu tons, nine jury iuuuu that tho officers and trustees were rep rehensible, and recommended improve- monta in the road ior iooi-poeson gers. At Fishkill village, near Newburgh N. J., was celebrated on the 2d inst. the centennial anniversary of the dis- lmnlmnTit nf Washington s army on Juno L 1783. Thero was a larce at tendance, and addresses were made by Uenson J. Mossing, the Historian, ana other prominent gentlemen ... .Tho Salvation Army that lias been operat inir of Niiw Haven. Ct.. has beennoti fled bv the Chief of Police to soease uirpot uimr...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 21 June 1883

TEXAS BANKS. .... HUtUtlM BfrJUf TsiM Basils j, - lekllUliea. special Oorr. Galveston Nsws. -iuUiSOTON May 31, 1833. There " . i..'nri imrmln likft lint tor tn iv about than money, and if they can ttilk ahont their own, not having they talk about that belonging to mi other man. It is not illogical to ?Pk that as people like to talk about they would be pleased to hear SSbfag about it, oven if Ucked up vault. This led me, while at Si I treasury, to make some inyestiga- ns as to the national banks of Texas, ni with a view of writing on an inter Sir as veil as material subject, I SlT tell the readers of the News a few tou. statistical and . otherwise in con Son with these banks. Long before Jhen-ar terminated hundreds of them lLj commenced business in the Kortb; indeed it was largely a war measure, and, as a result, the South of 4 necessity has been lesss upplied with oroper banking facilities. This point ,as raised in Congress after the war. ud the representatives of the South had to w...

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. — 21 June 1883

i X '- A) i J i Free Press. ISAAC lUULtAft, Editor. TIIUUSD.YyT JUNE 21, I KKTKKto at tiu Voi-T orrict at w maxcoh TEIAII AH HKCONtt CLAM MATTEH.J r'r nt Pftyrtitw ccmrii Atl the Aittrttitti la thli All h3ioi.t people throngfcoiit tho United 'SUt Aro infinitely dwgtMttd to hear of a vcrJict of acquittal in the touies againut Uie SUr-routo thieve It m never clearer th.it Giitteait uliot Garfield Ihim that Doreey, KraJy aud tteir confreres were guilty of tho wont gijjantld frAttJ and wholesale mealing against the United States govern motit. That, after a trial lasting almost a your, aud the tskpenditure of sums of money uppruiching the millions stolen by these miscreant, such a verdict should have hoeii r.wchod, is certainly about the severest roflrtction on the so-called administration of justice ever known in any civilized land. Tho thieves had a grand reception at the runidauco ai thoir loading counsel, the legal i,irv aud moral monstrosity, Bob Ingersoll His connection with this c...

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