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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 21 June 1883

Free Press. '-Tjl1- RO8' TEXAS. THURSWAT, JUNE 12, 1663. rTt S' JP''." CUo11 u1, the AiwHjlsf lattli . the W33S tl well M tte OaUtii pagci. to'tod Great Ma MwA TIME TABLE. giS ANTONIO DIVISION: BOU5D SOUTH. MAIL. H 80 A. H. . 11.10 p. If ..11:30 " . i.in 4.00 r. x. 410 4:M 6.1 M 5:41 6.01 6 31 8:00 P. If. MPBMl, 11:10 A .X. "- " K.ocb pip" Hunt' 1-fM i gPu . . s:io t POUND SOUTH. a mm . 4 00P.M , . SltSO An" )UebK ! 10:30 " 10 it 8:S1 " 3 W iiO " 8:55 ' 7.45 " , 3 00 " , 2:41 " .1:50 " .5.01 " ..l:S'J IMS fls'iiiKc'osV. Vtm Broiiffl.. gM1 Antonio--- HOUVIE NEWS. For Sale. X business bouse and lot on the Public siunre e of be beBt kusiness locations iu town. 'Enquire at theFBza Pbesb office. Hoi ! thermometer in the nineties. Dull, dry and dusty, in the superlative degree- Lint cotton and cotton seed for sale at City Mills. No baik yet still it is not bo dry nor so hot as it was in 1881. Mens' and Boy's Clothing at reduced prices 8t Greek A Fbick's. Fims large maps of the United Stat...

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. — 21 June 1883

mmmm "" " " " 1 i: if. Si) 13: 1 " ii 1 . i f y ii 1 ;! ! 1 n.ir H'av, cowuor. Ho wore Lutono htupmior, And with noitLcr ooat or veat; Ho on a IiIkIi oM tender In a peacoful town out wont; Hin muddy boiuwipnn trotworn Wert iu IiIh boot-log wtuok, Aud Lis yell" at times, old rouHcm, lie eaU were Jus, for luck." Lad a big lion-piiM, lid ho Htalod Le could Minath tuail-nined watch' orjruUl At a hnndrod yard.4, for caah. woro no tio or collar, And bin Bhirt, not ovor flno, CoHt JuhI one half a dollar Iu the days of Aald Lang Hyno." Uo scorned the town ofBcialo, Unmindful of their aUrs, And carvod uncouth initiate On the village liquor barB. Ho aeeiaed to bare uo money, Aud whtno'cr be took a drink Ho callod the landlord "sonny, " And paid him with a wink. With noiay on aud whiutlo lie on a homeblook eat, And fired bib old horno-piMtol At the inayor'ri hee-gnm bat. He palod tho IuiUoh' fiiuu With bin loud, Hardouio laugh, Aud nutdo uncaath grimacen At the countable and utaff. But a follo...

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. — 21 June 1883

2lTH IX BLACK. WALNUT TREES, Ptritoi TH "w trry ruwr Ilwiw Hirk-Tevaf Black Wilsst Orsm Hold lor f 300 ier. ,o tli EJitor of the Cfclcago Tribune.) Southern Kansas, Mav 23.A new interest in tree-planting Las struck the people bo1 Dakota and Kansas. Up on the St. Faulroad in Dakota the other day the settlers were talking ont walnut trees and thd wonderful Lth to be realized in raising them. Around Mitchell and Plankinton the jowans were coming prepared to plant yck-walnut tree claims. Over in Logan valley, in Nebraska, ijgt south of Sioux City, one maa fas just sold a young grove which he planted ten years ago. This sale was the first I have heard of, but it is opening the eyes of the people to a source of wealth surer and more profitable than an Arizona silver Juine. This Nebraska grove was sold by Col. Van, of St. James, Neb., near Wayne. Dr. B. B. Crawford, of Wayne, who planted forty-seven bushel of black walnuts last fall, tells me that Col. Van was paid by an In diana lumberman...

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. — 21 June 1883

ii 1(5 r it if: i 5 Si: m ( If, .' i i!! ! S U 3?, I. f r in-- - 'i f i i 1 f TIME'S REVENUE. When t was ten and aba fifteen Ah, mat bow fair I thought tier, Mi treated will) dlsdainlol uielo The homage that I bronghi bar, A ud, In 4 palroulalng way, VTjuld of ni sby advances say l "Us really quit absurd, yoa , Iln'a very umab too jouug tut oie." Tin I tuty m w, abe twenty Ove Wilt, well I bow old she's growing. ' fancy iLatiuy suit might thrive .f pressed again, but, owing T great discrepancy In age, llrr marked atlenlloua don't engaga My young afluotlons, for, yoa tee, HitiV really quite too old for me. Walter Learned, In Century Magailns CROOK'S CAMPAIGN. j;rief Detail of Operations Against the Indians. Tuatos. A. T., June 12. A courier who ui-riv.il lit TouibMtouo. last niKUt, iroui t:r..jk'H LdiliuarterM at Silver creek, A. T, l.ringH the tiwt oiiluinl iiiforuititioii of Crook's i-jo-jiiiiou. It laft American soil on the 3d of M iv. in.irchiui: aiM utiles HoutheuHt from Niiit J...

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. — 28 June 1883

San M t arcos tee I.H.JULIAN, Prove All Things 1 Hold Fast that which Is Cood. PHOPIUKTOl!. VOL. XII. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY,. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE '38, 18 NO. 30. o Free Press. fiTbllshcd Every Thursday by ISIAAC H. JULIAN, ffjj0W all Lottors should bo Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. 0u,yer,ln advance fa 00 """""V " lires niontui RATES Of ADVERTISING. One qure, ouo Insertion $1 00 each addition iHnf"on under oue ",nln 60 enl Mr anare. 1 mo. 8 moii. 6 mot. 1 moe 9 2.50 $ fi.00 e.oo ft 10.00 goitre J " r 3. Oil T.IIO A iiA I o An 10.00 12.00 30.00 30.00 ftd I'O 16 00 20.00 30.00 6C.00 70.00 IO.UI i w.vu 1.00 1 10.00 I 12.00 1 20.00 ::::::::! 30.00 36.00 Builne" Cards, one inch or Ichi, one year, 18 00 Crdi i' Business Directory, one year, $2 00 legal and Transient Advertisements will be rliirged One Dollar per aquare for the first in- ttrtlon. and Fifty CenU per aquare for each addl insertion. A equate I the. space of one Inco. Fractional squares will h...

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. — 28 June 1883

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. H. JULIAN, Publisher. BAN MARCOS, TEXAS NEWS IN JUIIEF. AbxuitAL John IUxuolhi Ti ck Kit dropped dead at hi residonco in l'o terHburg, Va. Ho was nged 72. Ho loft tho United States navy for tho nrtnfn.lnmt naw nt tho boirinninpr of tho war, und ut tho cIoho of tho war cn tered tho Peruvian navy. lVCNl. Tun suit on trial before Judge Mil ler in tho United StateH Circuit Court at Kansas City, to teHt the constitu tionality of an act of tho Missouri Leg islature prohibiting tho slo of oleo margarino as butter was decided tho other day, tho court holding that tho law is constitutional. In this case ex Henator Conkling was ono of tho coun sel for the oleomargarine manufactur ers. Tuk mob which lynched tho ttarber bandits at Waverly, Iowa, was, consid ering tho mission performed, as mildly riotous as any assembly that ever ofli ciated under tho auspices of Judge Lynch. Not a 6hot was fired, the crowbars used to force the bars and bolts were unaccompanied by profan i...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 28 June 1883

an itoa f0J t T.il IS. & made' junaticf ?7,OoJ id Red: eatli off Ainsas Wne Months' Drouth. r c Aiken thus writes from feSklin county, Kansas: nr- have had a dry time of it ah from the 1st of last August "(Mthe 12th of May to soak the .-.J We will have no wheat to rlt of. most all plowed under. It. have been injured a good deal rLpt where they were cultivated on L ground, they are looking well. Com is very uneven. I have corn Ltwfls planted the 5th of, April, tbere is some of it coming up Some are re-planting, but the And is generally fair. Fine growing rather now. Frost on the , 23d :t. doinsr some damage on low Here is an accurate ana renapie - i. a record of a nine months' drouth in the much-vaunted and bragged of agricultural and stock-raising State 0f Kansas, and that, too, at a time hen unusually heavy rains were falling throughout the rest of . the country, and particularly in Texas, ffe bad one or two rains every week last summer in Texas, a great deal fell during the wi...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 28 June 1883

it ) ! S i I h I l. M Ml , .j V :4 ;: ii f! i f H i Free Press. ISAAC H. JULIAN, - - Editor. BAN MAROC33, TBItAfl. b,sir.i'fi aTthk roHT vnic-K at bax mahooh Tl.XAH ASHECOXO CI.A8H MATTER. Cio PrjprlitJ? Csntrsli Alt til ilTlftiilsj U till Wji would apologUa to our renders for the b; i. o wo have devoted to the NutnLcll tbiH v tk. We have not n particle of personal ill-fcjlinj toward the publisher of that pa per, but ho laid himsolf opon bo handsomely lint wo could not find it in human nature t: forbear making a few points in response to his effort of lout week. 'Ford?u" Affairs. Wj did not RtartH paper in Hays county fr tlio purpose of moulding the ideas of a hU'iueh people to the will of a foreign ele- IDOIlt. Tlio above is but ono of several insinu ations in tho Nutshell nimed at the Fbeb I'ltust and its editor. Considering the mrco, wo confess they have fillod us with . . . via m whim surprise, who is this man uasnen or tho Nutshell? According to his own act uouut ho is a uativo...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 28 June 1883

Free Press. sS7tABOOSi TEXAS. THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1883 TjprUtor Control! ALL tti AdrirtJilog Is ttli ' TIME TABLE. gJjfANTONIO DIVISION: HODKD BOCTII. Mlt II SO A. V. .......... , 12.10 P. X . .ViJO " ..13.49 ' Bsraai 4:00 P. X. 4:40 :6S " 8.14 " 5:41 e.-ni " loirt" jlincti popr KJIABCOS'. Hunter Vie Briunfel ,. 1:1" ... 1.M " ... 3:18 " 6 31 8:00 P. X. ROCHD KOKTH. MAIV, nirmii, 11:10 A .X. jjaiicbaca 1 Dtipr Bunt...-.- Bran nf el. D.n Antonio... .. 4 0P. . h:JO " 10:30 " 10 IS ' .. 3 00 ., 2:41 ... S:'-0 ...2.01 .. .1:331 . 13U 93 8 33 9 20 8:50 7.45 4 .. . . HOME UEWS. Business House and Lot For Sale, for sale, a business house and lot on tho Public "Square, San Marcos. One of the best business locations in toWn. Permanent water of excellent quality, on the premises. Inquire at the office of the Fbek Pbesb. Oub town is still steadily improving. Wateb haulers now come to the river, from as far off as York's Creek. Wanted some unthreshed oats. Inquire fttFsKK Pbess office. A child o...

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. — 28 June 1883

fauiy LASD. DV LILIAN M. TUOMI'HON, Onc moraine Ipnn4 tlm orchard axXa Aud iol alone with tlia ray oU troeg, With tho rolin caroling to her mt, Aud tho h-mlen of th dnwnily tolling Leo. OutHido I h.l left hut lltn common world, I'UoUKh a l "tif ul world of hloom aod song, l or Hpriatf hJ her azuro wiuR unfurled, Aud noatierad tho treaiurort withhold ho loutr, Uut what wax thin palaoo no rich and rare, With iUntraiiKo, curved columuM of varied gray? Woro thov dun Jeliou or Jowoto fair, That thick ou tho omrald can101, IaJ' What wan thi fragment which llutrod down 1'rom the gurgooua dotnoof tintodnuow! fl'u it a ttcrsp of the Huurino blown From tho roiiy cloud t j tho earth below? Wun It tho wing of oomo lucklonH Hjurit, j:uthlo.y hi veroJ by Wry quoon Or an atom of li vintf, quivering light Caught aad rtutaiuod by a miow-llako shoon? Y'tt it a dolknto pourly holl raHhiouu'l by elvos iu tho ocoanM gloom? t)r a taliarfirtU 'wrought by Homo magic spell? Nay: 'ttvua but a petal of applo-...

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. — 28 June 1883

Female Co-luborers. Xbe time has passed for men to sneer at women having a place in the nrintiDg oflices, as reporters, as edit Its and all various hranches of liter ature. In a11 they prove their fit nesfl and usefulness, and one by one jjj0 bars of oposition have been lev eled, and iheir talent arid qualifica tions recognized. That there may be Vork their finer mental organization renders them unqualified to perform, in true, and the same objection mav fa urcicd against many of tho other sex. for all are not gifted with the form of Hercules or the muscle of a Sullivan. But this does not hold pood against women as compositors, The setting of Lypo Is light work, and ehould be swiftly done, and the more slender and deft fingers of women ouchi io give them an advantage, even as they possess great skill with the needle. In many an office they earn as much when workrng by the thousand as their more sturdy com netitors, and as "feeders," "folders," and "stitchers," excel them. If they do...

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. — 28 June 1883

we : 1 i li" n ft ;! i1 !' i r ! f :t! I:: r;.' i. i ACADEMIC AXtiKLS. I'm a pflai efftMr. I'iii tii rirst oti in my clan, M.,1 ' jMi...ur I" anything Hale Uresl I I'm a osrotse M Lsllu. Ami my tail.ar. ssyl'm i.tln JVnd Uug isgie classic nU autin,u., em writ dissertation (In f.ren.ical airutlon, V'll 1 r-Klljr ttn not praollca "hat I preacn J I am au lattalib ibo ni Ami niv pencil ne'er '" ... . To lllustrat. Ike luougbl.my soul doth reacb. I'm n .Jcpl In geometry, tcsn copn Willi irlgom iimtry, .ml r.n III prsctlc. .very atiag crook kuow all abi.ut astronomy, '..l to mention leuterniinmy, Fro Alpba lo Omega of Ilia luck. Nn. I raaltyean ni t cook, air, Hut i hen, you needn't look lr. 'or their Isn't "''' ' en'1 ' Anil when It euniM lo gum elr, 1 cun fairly mak. thing, bum, .lr. In mei.uer thai you'd call trtHu rt. Though C don't know how io Walli.ilr, I'd ba ple-seil to biva you call, atr. Anil hear my execution on tb. pl-an-ol Can I wash, or Iron, nr tow air I Ob, good gracious I...

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. — 5 July 1883

I rcos Free Pr an j.H.JULIAN it Prove All Things! Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PBOPlUETOli. VOL. XII. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, TIIU KSD A Y, ; J U L Y 5, 1SS3.- NO. 31. Ma Free Press. -uijihed Every Thursday by . ISAAC H. JULIAN, Tn whom all Letter should be Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. l ji 71 a a tes or SUBSCRIPTION. ..ar.ln advance tJOO BOBlbt jyet months " BATES Of ADTERTISIKQ. ' , .ooire, one Insertion fl 00; etch addition A lBltriioD coder one month. 60 oents per imiw. 1 mo. 3 moil. 6 met. It mot ! : e.op o colio $ 1.801 $ 6.00 9.00 1 T.ug . ha I n rA U .VI .vv 7.001 10.00 12.001 30.00 90.001 36.00 6.00 10.00 11.00 10.00 30.00 60 00 $ 10.00 15.00 J0.00 30.00 6C.00 76.00 ..Carda. one inch or low, one year, IS 00 Cirdi In Butlness Directory, one year, S3 00 legal end Transient aavertitemenie win oe fbirgd One Dollar per square for the Orel In rtlon.nd Fifty Cents per square for eech ddl llntl insertion. A square le the space of one Itch. Fractional squares will...

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. — 5 July 1883

SAN 1IAKC0S FREE PRESS. X. XL JULIAN, Pnbliaher. SAX MARCOS,' TEXAS NEWS IN BRIEF. An Italian Baloou-kceper of Philadel phia who had only been on this side of the Atlantic long enough to declare his intention to become a citizen, has been refused a license, and the County Com missioners will apply tho principle to all aliens coming before them. Went. The recent heavy rains throughout Illinois, Missouri, and other sections of tho West have caused wide-spread damage to crops, bridges, railway tracks and other property. The great vol umes of water that fell have swollen the Westernfrivers, and the Mississippi . ... ... . .li at this writing is on a uoom wuu indica tions of a flood second only to that of forty years ago. A dispatch from Seneca, Kan., says: Beside tho eevea lives previously re ported lost by tho flood near hero, par ticulars have been received of the drowning of tho family of John Gribb, living north fourteen miles. During the height of the flood he attempted to leave hi...

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. — 5 July 1883

aQj ha will thai gall! The neal heir jjFMttT OF YICKSBURtt. , ... the Hie ge The Sreae the Day fl1" ' illiimidtr. Civil War, by the Count of Parts, , Almost continuous lino of half interspersed with redoubts ptions. field artillery from the Haines f to Slack forer, wm Minsle- BIHB T So., .Tnn . TMa i work of circumvallation, which Qvelopmont equal to that of the l" -nfnrviillation. enabled Sher- to hold in check all the force that nSwiDl? him to concentrate the troops , . ,nalsinsr an attack, whatever might repulsing an attact point manaced. T& epoch, from the 22d to the 25th Bunednp in a few words Grant's which on May 22 only numbered SjOO combatants, has now reaohed B 000. It has erected around - Vicks frnm twelve to thirteen miles of locations and constructed , eighty- nine Datienes, i ix.u, w on ; uttjro jitter 220 pieces of artillery were placed in position. Eight approaches have Jn directed against the place by ffotds, Tuttle, Blair,- Logan, -rA.. J. Smith, Carr, Lanman an...

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 July 1883

Free Press. ISAAC II. JULIA1I, - - - Editor. I A. W WA.HOOB, TEXAS. TIIUUSDAY, JULY 5, IMS. lYsnmO AT TUX POUT OFFICB AT BAH MABCOi turn W 1 ! n I is Prsprliter Ccatrs'j All. ths Altirtiilng U tMi r p:r, 01 XU VSZVil HwtUiithi Catilirie".t Np(U of the Texas Press Association. Tbo CMveHton Ntw Bays: That thought ful and juJicioiw papor, the Colorado Citi Ryu. s-ty tho Press association thinks too much of pleasure and not enough of buHt no j t. Ths following are among the subjects th3 Citizen thinks worthy of the attention of that body: "i'Uo establishing of a system whereby fra ils of advertisers might be more readily known among the fraternity; the perfection of ii plan whereby telegraphic diiipatcheH mi 'ht be received by the weekly preni i of Vw Uuitcd States; the establishment of a K'ate impcr mill; and some other minor mat- Tho above suggestions are quite pertinent. It in uuleniable that there is an indisposi iioii lo do much needed work at the meet ings of our Association. This...

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 July 1883

Free Press. THURSDAY, JULY fi, 1P83. Tfjnrist:? Coatra- ALL tot .tmtli.aita UU J a litDWlCI u" ttl 0lUl11 P" Ui Wl -to-,- toW ul Creat Men bM TIME TABLE. SjJANTONIO DIVISION: AIL. Biraiee w .... .11-80 A. ST. w " I "fr 11.10 P. X 44S - evog r. . ....." " 4:U - ? LVtn cot' WO " :4l M,!T ;:; ..i w fu ".1.00.0.... 3:16 8:00 P.M. ' B0U5D JSOBTH. , MAIL, mmmn, ,,.ln 4O0P.X 11:10 A.M. ....... " 10:30 " l'".f. ....... 2 " ' " sis Marcos... w Antonio... Scl 9.31 910 " 8:M 7.45 " HOME 3STE"WS- jlnsineRS House find Lot For Sale. ' For sale, a Dustiness houso and lot on the Public Square, San Marcos. One of the best business locations in town. Permanent vaterof excellent quality, on the premises. Jjeades a place of business, the building will also Accomodate a small family as a residence. Inquire at the office of the Fbee Pbess. New lot of Laces and Embroideries, cheap, at . Gbekn & Pbicb's. . Wasted. Fome one to put up Boarding Tent upon Camp Ground. Apply to B. Habbis. Ladies1 Gloves and...

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. — 5 July 1883

'1 1? i; 4 It 1 v SOMEBODY'S MOTHER. Yh woman u old. "4 "Wad. sod groy. And bent with thi chill of tA&wintor's dsjrj 1U treota wm wet with tbo wi utor'o onow .id tho woman's foot wore sgol nd alow. .1ti stood ttbe crowing sod wsitsd long, ilouo, unorod for, smld a throng Of human boinga, who pinned hor by, Jlir headed tho gfsnou of her anxious eye. J. own the atroet with lanabtor and about, .l4 intho freedom of nchool lot out, .tuo the boy like a flock of shooo, 21 ailing tbo enow piled white and deep, I'aat the woman so old and groy, JJtatened the children en thoir way, jr ofTored a kolping hand to hor, .So week, bo timid, afraid to stir, . i .. i-.... wAatj ai Vi rtr uft'ti ftiAt ilioulderowd her down in the slippery streot. It last camo one of the merry troop, 1'he gayest laddie of all tho groop. ;j a paused beside hor, and wbiapored low, TJl help you across if you wish to go. Jlffr aged hand on his strong young arm :Oin placed, and without hurt or harm . lis guided the tremb...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 5 July 1883

STEERS ON A STAMPEDE. iriPtktnctloala tta KtrseU ol Chicago Chicago PwM( J una il. One hundred and ten wild Texan gtreers.niaking tip a herd just received Libby, McNeil & Libby. broke join the driving corral early Wed nesday evening, and created tho greatest stampede and excitement known in the stock-yard region' for many years, causing children to shriek ind women to faint, and spreading terror and dismay in the southwestern seetion. The cattle were driving Quietly until Jiaistea ana 4Utn streets were reached, when a giant steer sounded the alarm, and the herd at once took it up. In an instant horns went down ana tails went up, and with terrifying snorts and bellows the mad creatures broke. J? or a moment tbepeoile crowding the streets seemed dazea, mil Bpeeauy gameu tneir sen ses and added shrieks and yells to the cries and moans of the cattle. After a concerted rush for two blocks the herd broke and scattered in all direc tions. A lot of sixty took possession of Wentworth ave...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 5 July 1883

I i , !' i t f i. 't ' ' I ) i V 1 GENERAL DIRECTORY. on i cia i COMMSSiUI. "T DISTBICTI ,i. J.n.e K. Millar, ef 1obi! Coontr. aro-i:ra etsrsicr: i.Geo. Heuffer, of Corn! Co. ii iiifTiv-D!T uurnicti r 1 1. I! 1 1. J. r. VeHr!. ' f IIT' S. Mstftir, of Celdwe.l t. i)itKr eooar ISih oiTioT. It , . I,. W. Moore, Pnetding JuJ'e, LaGrang. J. U. issihinj. Attorney, Au.llnCo. riHi4 or MOUlllO CCT. lix, ' i M'.udaj In March end e'eptembsr. eut'urv orioa. LJ R. Kone.JtiJge County Court. J i. l(. Burlrioo, Dlst. Ml County Clerk. n.M v,,rl Count AMoroer. II K. Barber Shorlff. i. . I)vl, J- M.Tnrner, D.patiei. 0. . Cock, luetic of th Peace Pre. Ifo I'avl.l l.ftlCll, Jubii Richardson, I. C. Kuwt, W. W. fltek, J. H.Patteraoo, County Treasurer. H- A. "orison, &sssior. Jje. C. Bve, tiurveyor. T.J. J.il'arty, Cow'r Precinct Vo. .i.ii.Ratiirr. " " J.K. U'trleeon, " " W. R. Wood, " " " I Unl.l.nn I'nntttbll PrtClDCt BO 1. 1. 1. : 4. Times or h.)Loii Cocarr o Poic? CocaTe r-m.iti.l Count Court in Mo...

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