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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 30 August 1883

Free Press. THUItSDAY, AUQUST 30, 1883. TIME TABLE. gjf ANTONIO DIVISION BOLRU 0UUTU. AIL. 11.80 A. V 11.10 P. II .1130 " laatln yiaclitc 4.-00 P. M 4:40 4:61 " S.l " 6:41 .01 81 - nr ".vARCOS.. 1:H " l a wBru .MH l.a AnWOlO.... 8:00 P. X, BOUSD HOBTfl. HAIL, 4 00 P.M. , s:0 " 3 00 " lira AOItln.... ytnchtc Ior 11:10 A.M. 10:30 10 li 0:11 0 35 010 8:55 7.45 f 2: " 3:20 " Xjj MARCO Bon(f ...: Wer BriUDfoU. am Antonio... ...3.01 " ...l:M " . .15 i addition to tb above are two tipr train .Mill 4IUOI1IW WUH"VIIHK ..... IW t uwu inl for uaiT BOUSD SOUTH. :35 A.M. KOKTH, T:M P. M. HOME NEWS. iHnci for water-work art reported to bo burned' and Dailey A Bro., on Ibo corner, bava la. ..t the following price-current good till Sept. IS. Van ibould bear In niind tbat they are eaah price: . inilUunlihil Ida Peque, white, corded 14 tarda (or fl. 10c " figured 13 yard for SI. 15e Cocblco Lawn lOo per yard. ik French Cheviot 10c per yard. 8eencker in brown, blue and black itrlpei at 13 l-lo per ya....

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. — 30 August 1883

.1X0 ELS. Tin HkU taut 'an'V vislw Are few ami fur between," Hut most WfU think tint aua-' Tlicy frejueutly Lave oen. Tlio Impl y little roxobudrt ArouuJ tJio parent stem, AUy think their :;iotL n AuI tioujjh fur ilioui. Tlio. vaunt; mm think tho m'.ileu Ha'bliiHhlutf, treh and wH't, In jiiMt tin much uu angel Ai ho Yfould care to meet. Tim bone lii't ha l'unnd To whom Iio'h tied for ilfo; Ho tiixl 1)9 Kot an angel When ho took a wife. Tho ohl niau neon an ung'-l In hit! daughter drar, When lie help to smooth for him Each declining year. 'Tin tint all men see angel If they aro not Mind, But Homo fcoo only good naci, ,Smo tho other l;i::d. NONE BUT THE liKAVE. "This is my daughter Hetty, Mr. Thortley." Dick Thortley Lowed, and pretty winsome Hetty Drown lowed in re turned. Dick Lad looked the columns of the newspaper through, and finally picked out Brown Clin as the place which he thought would just suit him to spend the summer vacation in. After Hetty's father had introduced tho you...

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. — 30 August 1883

THE GENUINE COWIIOY. . ..bof's Wife Details Their Goo J foists " sad Vriwt a t'cinparUoB, Cerr. New York Bun. T have beon reading Frank Wilke sons letters irora Aieuicme now . .. w.i" and I find them very interest : and ft trifle amusing. I have- lived on a ranch for six years. I an wife of a cowboy. I see hundred am Afrowbovfl yearly. I talk with them observe their ways, and know their habits, their modes of dress, and i,ir stvle of speech. Cowboys are universally proclaimed to be all tha u hnd and cruel. I say it is not so. vnr correspondent asks: "Is it matter of surprise that cowboys are ,mel and brutal?" He includes all cowboys. If any one should By tha nil necrroes are vulians because one ftf the race assaulted Miss Blocum near Salem, N. Y., a short time ago, his communications would be consid ered utterly devoid of sense. Why not sav that all divines are unworthy in ha called divines because a few of them fall from grace? Would it be as just and right to say mat ail our .,V1a...

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. — 30 August 1883

i i I i. t ; f t i I WONDER. II kissed rot-ana I knew 'twat wrong, For be wat neither kith o kin) Jitnl or-e do renanea very leng Forms liny little slot IT pressed my hnd-lbil was not right; VTby will tnon bate tuob wicked wtjtt Ii waa not for a moment quite, Hut Id It tbtre were dayt aud dayt. There'a mischief Is the meoa I knowj I'm positive I taw her wink When I reqatsttd him te go Att jet 1 meant It too I think. nut, alter all, I'm not to blame He look the klaa J ! do think men Are born without eente of abamet I wonder when he'll cone again ? American Queen. The Kind of Men Who Make Trouble In and With Mexico. LSan Antonio Light. I 1 bo injuries tLnt Mr. Jeff Miller received in rcKiHtiug tho ftrroM ox uie juouierey po lieu havo liftd n fatal termination, and Jeff in now imniberod with tho dead, 'lue lacla I lli tana that led to tho difficulty Are mi fol low.? Miller was in a (tuloou ut Mouterey ii'id wan nt tlmt tirao upon a Kpree. He u.-imscd LiuiHolf by generally curoing tho M...

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. — 6 September 1883

Marcos Free '8. re tin IKK, I. H..TUI-.IAN, it Prove All Things i Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PHOPIUETOlt, VOL. XII. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 6, 1883. NO. 40. SO) iVi ss Free Press. " I'ublishpd Every Thursday by ISAAC II. JULIAN. To whom all Lettors should bo Addressed OFFICE East Side of Plaza. It A TKS OFSL'BSCltlPTJOy. 0vfr, In udvtnc f3 U0 f:X months ' 1 SS Three monthH " 75 RATES Or AD YER TSISG . One square, oi.e Insertion $1 00; etch addition (I Insertion uudi r one month. SO eeole oer eauare. 1 square ! " S " co!m. . I 3.60 6.00 1 mo. 3 mo.. 6 mo. l'i mm 10.00 15 00 10.00 S0.O0 6C.00 76.00 5.00 e.or 7.001 11 00 I ao.oo I 7.00 A.00 10.00 30.00 35.00 (1.00 10.01) l'j.nn 10.00 30.00 nu oo Business Cards, one inch or lest, one year, 8 00 Cards In Business Directory, one year, $2 00 Legal and Transient Advertisements will be liarged One Dollar per aquar for the flrat In sertion, and Fifty Centa per aquare for each addi tional Insertion. A aquare la...

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. — 6 September 1883

OT MARCOS FREE PRESS. L It, JULIAN, Publisher. SAN WAKOOS, TEXAS NEWS IN BRIEF. On tho Stewart farm on Long Inland, forty sheep woro killed by lightning and several othei-H were Merely in jured. Juimu: S. 0. Ulack died nt his Jionio in York, l'a., Aug. U, aged J IIo wan horn in that .State, and became Chief Justice of ita Supremo Court In 3854. llo was Attorney General and Secretary of State under President liuchnnnon. Ho participated in nearly all the eases before the Supremo Court, including tho constitutionality of the Iteconstruetion acts besides be intt oni'nrvA in tho Vnnderhilfc will cum-, I lie JliJlw.i.' impeachment, and McCiai ri.l.aii ch.iiu. Thk funeral of Judgo Black was by far tho hu-gct ever known in York. Pa. All business was suspended, and tho st reels were thronged with people as the funeral cortege passed. Many distinguished people were present. Tlio pall -bearers were (Jen. Hancock, Judgo Gibson, Judgo M'ickcs, George Small, (Sen. S. A. Crawford, Chief Justico Me...

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. — 6 September 1883

Remarkable Increase of Wealth. peuiiu 0aiTMton New. . .nnr Ireland has estimated the oVl bcS80.COO.000 to $00,000,000 c. f.rr-Trpcrato of taxable property of Mri'-inrinff the year 18H2.aud in the li'8" ii i rflln wllflrfi niuuiainra1 hre being received daily, tho r".;j- hnlieved to nMiorrt ia no better evidenon - - assessors in is believed to be at least, $100,- be had of the growth of the state '? t,i,.h data afford. It is surprising n to those who have been most ob ''!n"nt of the rapid growth of Toxae. A-iiile in somo degree this remarkable nuiv be attributed to the natu TinM-eftse in values, especially of jml and live stock consequent upon I - nilVPUU v v-i"--.---, ... vmv ta nrwl t nvmu i'n 1lmliniCliW VX J.--- aV AUIAaUAa? iU Unsettled districts of the west, yet T appears that the cities and the cen 'ral portion of the state have kept fallal pace in progress and accumulation v.itii There is nothing mora crat- itwei"""' . . . .. -.. . o- fviiig iQ tue 8ifcuatiu tuau 'his indica ...

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. — 6 September 1883

Free Press. !3AA0 II. JULIAN. Editor. ux.tI MAHOOS, TEXAS. rillJICSDAY. BKITKMUKK C, lHtU. I I.MT.MI-.II AT T1I1S IHWT Of 1'ICK AT HAN MAKCOS TKKAH ASST.OOMt CLASS MATTtK. J Four .Months For Sevt'iity.llve Cents. Wvi will ftirnbih tho Fbk l'maw on triul j .I.nimtrv 1, 1 8-1 for Horeuty-fivo cent. H ih h muc h U-Uet loud paper than cvor bo ton, iving regularly the procoodingH of Hii.iii-tHMMK.-rH ami other court, trausfcrn i,( otjit:s mi 1 all other lo nl ue-.vs. No it. :.'! ,; "jt citizen of tho couuty tun nfl'ord t vvtiiont t Try it. V.: -i l l in our ox lllHlgOH notice if Jo si 'i t vij lii'i-H in pusttirA nnd tiiulmr lunJri. ; t '. Mum :, lit j chef jmtis? of thin S.ll !. J'V.I IVlif ntlv. T n: ri:y..! rnlJs, tho fraudulent ponsinu ft,; 'iit i, iirt ut lnt4 biiig repudiated hy the oiir.iti.viu!ii r of peiiNiouK. 1 1 mo to Jisputch tho bUNiuess; iu thii ooun ty there can bo do jnotion iw to tho fact I'.vt.'ii in oiler mid more populoun 8tuten l-rnm of court ure Ht'Uoiu ofteuer thi...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 6 September 1883

Free Press. SA-N1 B003, TEXAS. 1-HUKSDAY. SEPTEMBER 6, 18H.H Mrfoaal and Gr.it Men Railroad. " TIM 13 TABLE. JjT ANTONIO DIVISION: BOUM) SOUTH. HAH.. 11.30 A. M 11.10 P. II .11:311 " 4.00 V. M 4:40 ' 4:r! 5. U 6:41 6. -0I 6 31 8:00 P. M RXPBIlt, yuchi' A-.SH " 3:15 " BOUND NORTH, mil.. . 4 00P.M 11:10 A.M. 10:30 " 10 15 ' 9:f2 " 9.35 0 20 " 8:55 " t.45 X.cb.04 ....... MO i(n . . yup.- Krl ' fa MARCOS. Bantrr...... ), Hraunfcls.. I.n Antonio.... .. S:20 ..8.01 ..1:32 1J.1S In addition to the above r two exprena trains ironi Sn Antonio connecting at Austin with the Cen tril for Galveston. Their time at Sao Marcos ii ar foll: BOUND SOOTH. fc35 A.M. NOKTH, P. M. HOME NEWS. npen for water-works are reported to be bunted' and Dailey Iiroa., oo the corner, bave is. utd the following price-current good till Hept. 15. You ihoold bear in mind tbat they are cann prices: lite Lawn, figured 14 yurda for $1. lue Feque, white, corded 14 yardt (or $1. 10c " figured 13 yard it for $1. 15c Cocblco La...

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

fAI.V.mV A wisa. Vlirno'iT vuiltltful lovur IUi-ourri:ihtbiSKUM, lfowiizrjrion iilm to Un Tlinl 'lU iut nlwiivn fun. I'm in-laia-, r hciilio'- I'lanueil lii hIobo, Ami thin 'it the luUsilf I. T1:-j Ki l " t'iHtruWful .ul':it Mtowu him a triiw'-T two. Ami in with much niomculiim Ho down the ntqs tlolli filMc, Aufion tho iick.-t fonco dotll lund, JIo feoU much moi Ur-nod. Tin maiden in tho meantime j;..cti"-H in'o tho yard, Aul hhrick, with much emotion, My pit has Htruck fotard." Tho youiiK man think it over, Ami, though ho'll not dodure it, Conclude!!, einee ho can't bullet, That ho will have to Lear it. AT THK .MOUNTAINS. UY CUiltn: I.. KliWEY. "J)id all the fates combine, Nell, to bring you to tho inoiintiiius this bless ed day? It they could have asked me, of all the world, whom I would most wish to sec this minute, I would have answered Nell Battsford. And your brother?" he continued. "I just ftawhim disappear down the carriage road. Could lie not remain? Child, why don't you sp...

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. — 6 September 1883

TERRIBLE CALAMITY. llMiiao" H'rrr Exrttaloi Mttmr ExpUJea lr Holler Opsonlts Nw York. Kew Yokk, Aug. 28.--About 8:50 this afternoon, the people who wero in tho neighborhood of the foot of Fouxtecnth street and North river Vere startled by the sound of aucxplo 8iou coming from tho direction of the river. Looking out in mid-stream, ti.nv saw the Hudson steamer Uiver- dalo enveloped in steam, and, in loss than six minutes afterward, she kttled to one side and capsized, opposite Sixteenth having lloated that fur. About fifteen different tugs, from this cily and Iloboken, hurried to whcio the vessel lay. There wero over 10u passengers on board when vhe left the foot of Harrison street for Haver, straw, Borne of these were hurled into the air and fell back into the wa ter. Others were compelled to jump into the river to escapo tho hissing steam that filled all parts o' l o v? 6el, or to avcid going dowa w .:j j.er. The cause of the disaster was ai. explosion of the boiler, which was amids...

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. — 6 September 1883

GENERAL DIRECTORY. CuanklsssMN DtTICTI Ho i. Jtmt r. Miller, of Oon.aU Count. IKXAfim-J'lTH PliTtlCT! Han. 0e. I'fciifftr, ol Coiunl Co. Mraa.-irraTtviia lt Diaraicri Hod. 8. B. McllrKl, of lly Co. Hon. J. X. Magner, ol Csldwsll to. PISTIUOT tmiHT 15T 1ITICT. flou. I.. W. Moore, Presiding JuiIk. LaOrang. J. M. Detbany. Attorney, Ao.liuCo. TIMS OF HOU'lHii UOl'kT. Uav. t'l Monday In March and September. COUNTY UflOdM. Kd K. Kone.Juilita Coumy Court. J,, 0. Burle.oti, Ulst. and County Clerk. 0.rn Ford, County Attorney. It K. Harber Sheriff. J. S. lvli, J. M. Turner, Itipulles. , C. . Cock, Justice of the Peaet Pre. No' 1 D. .ht Lynch. ;; 2 W. W. lrk, " 6 J. H. Patterson, County Treasurer. It' 8. Forl-in, Assessor. Joe. C. Kve, Surveyor T.J. Mit'arty, CorVr Prtclnct No. 1 .1.11. Kstlltf. " ' J It. Ilnrlesoti, " " ' W. It. Wood. " " V J. F. Pitts, Constable Precinct No 1. I'ihks or iiiikiima Count! aku Pmcihiot Counts Crlnilii.il CoU'ity Court lei Monday In each inixiib. Uiunty Court fo...

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. — 13 September 1883

San Marcos Free Pre SSo I.H.JUL1AN "Prove All Things I Hold Fat that which Is Cood'" vol. xii. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 13, 1883. NO. 41. Free Press. "published Every Thursday by ISAAC H. JULIAN, Xo vbont all Letter should be Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. juTKSoravBscRiPTioy. a,. .ear. Id sdvsnc f 1 00 V" III month rbre month M 1 II Tl BATS3 OF ADVSRTISrSO. On aauar, Uwrtlon ft Ml b sddltlon tl (uiertlon undr on month, 60 cmii oar Qtur. I wo. 3 mm. 8 mo. 11 mot u culm t - It J JO 3.00 6.00 T.00 11.00 90.00 6.00 I 6.00 10.00 T.00 10.00 16.00 0.00 11.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 30.00 6C.00 SS.OO 60.00 76.00 Bo,lnei Cards, oss inch or !, too yesr, 8 00 Card In Builnei Directory, on year, 1 00 Legal nd Transient idvertlaetneot will be barged On Dollar pr sqoar lor tb flrtt lo Krtloo. tod Fifty Cent per q.tiar for each addi tional Insertion. A quar I ths ipe of on Inch, Fractional .quare will fc eoont4 loll njnare. Uol end BuiImn KottcM will b chw...

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. — 13 September 1883

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. t. JL JULIAN, Publisher. SAN MARCOS, TEXAS NKWS JNJHUKF. l'.uwl. This party of German statesmen, lawyers, ollicer nnd jonrnalints, who were invited by Mr. Henry Villuid to witness the opening of tho Ao:-tlern raeillo railroad, arrived in ev lork on tho Bremen steamer Kibe, nfter a pleasant pussnRe. They were wel comed by Mr. Yillard and a number of his friends. . . .A tiro broke out m a Uoston tenement-hoiiHe, and four of tho inmates were Buil'ocnted before a rescuing party could reach them. One man was fatally injured in jumping to escape. . . .11. H. Wolf & Co.'c wire factory at Amesville.Ji.l. was burned, entailing a loss of $75,000. WeU . The Presidential party arrived in the Upper Gevser basin of the Yellowstono Park on tho 25th of August, after a horseback ride of 2!30 miles, and went into camp near Old Faithful geyser, which treated the excursionists soon after dismounting, with one of its hourly eruptions. Tho party were in tho best of health and s...

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. — 13 September 1883

"rbU80ihy of Adfertlslnff. In bia adtlros8 to the editors of In a at their rocent meeting at Fort SSvne, Col. Tiorca of Chicago, pro .luted the following thoughts with Scrence to advertising which aro Jorth remembering, lie said: "And in presenting a beautiful licet typographically, ono should re memlr advertiser as wc as luo readers. A niftn cs to kava his ycrlisomont pleasing to look upon, catching tho eyo and indicative gen erally of the advertiser. This class of patrons are so important to success that they should receive every encour gwinent. Particularly should they be impressed with - tho desirability of kCGPmg lllvii iiimh wtwiw VUU MUUUUt A man never realizes the full bene fits of advertising until he has placod matter before " the same people fifty or a hundred times. Tho first advertisement in good, but the one hundredth is worth rnoro than live hundred times as much as the first, gome one has said that tho First time ft man looks at an ad vertisement ho. does not seo it....

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. — 13 September 1883

Free Press. ISAAC tt JULIAK, Mtor. THURSDAY. BEPTEMUEK 13, IBM. ! I KtEntD AT TBI POST OrrtCt AT AW IAOOi TEXAS KCOSfD OLAJW aUTTM. ftur XontbVror Serentj.flTe Cents. We wUl furuUh tho Fate Pbh on trial U January 1, 14 for manty-five cents. It in a much better local paper than erer be fore, giving regularly the proceedings of Commissioners' and other courts, transfers of roal estate, and all othor local news. No intelligent citizen of the county can afford to do without it Try It. More Tfork For a Special Session. The troubles amon? the stockmen grow in out of tho fen ce-cutting and other aimi lar operations affords anew and pressing reason for an extra session of the Legisla ture to take action for the prevention, if possible, of similar troubles. We believe they will find thia one of the most difficult jobs they ever encountered. The founda tion for it in tho first place by in the greed of the large rauge-holders in UBing the com mon outside range a long as it was avail ll)le. bef...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 13 September 1883

Free Press. 0A-I KAROOS. TE3CA.. "tHCKSPAY. SEPTEMBER 13, 1888. mbsiU ml hat Iota Ural " TIME TABLE. ANTONIO DIVISION; BOUKD SOUTH. ait. imiu irfn 11.10 A. M 4.-00 T. M. J1 M..lft('ft 11.10 r. X 4:M " 30 :&t iX v. n.w 6.u KMT UTMOfoU. 0M Antonio... an en : " S:00 . X. BOUKD K01TH. lit, imm, Mancbice vr Kle tU MARCOS Bnntmt .. . i 4.00P.M 11:10 A.M. l:0 10:90 100 S 41 1:10 10.11 9:61 AM .1.01 tie jew Brinfell....l'-31 M 8:65 lefl Antonio.... ll.lt ' ............... T:16 la addition lo tb above are two eipr train iron Sin Antonio connecting at Audio with th Con .,.1 for Galveton. Their timo at Boo Marco It follow: BOCSD BOOTH. J5 A. If. KORTH,T:5oP. M. 'home jstewsT Iipe for water-wort are r ported to bo banted' and Dailey Broa.. on tbo corner, have ! load tbo loiiowing price-corrent goon till Bept. 10. Tou ibouiu Dear id nnaa ioa tuey are earn prlooc 10c Lawn, flgared 14 yard for fl. I0 Peque, white, corded 14 yard (or 1. 10o ' figured 11 yard for $1. joe Cocbleo Lawn lOo per yar...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 13 September 1883

OJjV TO A JUBY. EyCH no big l blw, But only tiaya "" ' Hui.lH lilt -3 lr "f ''" ; Iu.it mo pink ft; Wb-ro cottM tl kMbavn eottou HnJ 6"J 'et ,ike lUt? ChwU po roniul inl t huffy, AmlMU-li em-liRiiw'! Hairdo liort ud Cuff J, Ami graeloun, MC lliOhO Ui T.ooLh tit fcVtrybolT, ' ' A if it knew li:ia Ml; l,ociitwut Boroo toJdy? In it BoiuKtoHiuii'l? ,. Vom, it'a goiuK toiloit, UMeu how it hellers" ilomrn wwiWu't fU it . TRKAT1SU A CASK ACTIVELY. BY WALTFH BItOWNLOW. I was onco Eont for in great baste to nttendarannof respectability whoso wife, a lady' of intelligence awlretme mcut, had discovered him in his room lying Beiifioles: on tho floor. . . "What is the matter with Mr. I'" j asked on meeting the lady. lam afraid it is apoplexy," she rcrlicd. "I found him lying on the iloor where he liaoT, to all appearances, fallen suddenly from his chair. His face is purple, and tliough ho breathes, it is with great difficulty. ' I went up to see my patient, bore enough, his face purple, but some...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 13 September 1883

1 f The ntuckj MuieluuaeH. - touUWUa Coaner-JenrBaL ,', Mr Joseph Mulhattan is in town, nd Courier-Journal reporter talked to biin the other uight found lam as good natuted as ever. The famous prevaricator is a rather' email man, good-looking, with beard and mustache, dancing blue eyes, quick, catlike motions, nnd one of the most rapid talkers one could find in a day's tfftlk. Words seem to bo gurgling in liis throat and chasing each other out, hot-foot. lie dresses very well, and " altogether presents a very tidy appear ancfl. Yes, sir, I have started a new branch in journalism; something that is an innovation 'and a success. I call it novelistic journalism. Dickens and Thackeray wrote a novel in a vol ume, and thought themselves fortun ate when lOO.OOOpeople read it in five years. I write a novel of a thousand words that is read by more than 000,000 in' ten hours after if has left ,.. my hand.';. Why, what could be more attractive to a literary man? Nobody is hurt by my little nov...

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. — 13 September 1883

GENERAL DIRECTORY. orricni.. tMtMIil-ltlHIHiefl Htfu. Jemte t. Mltur. ot OouieW Connty. atoa-l&ta piataicr: h aa. Oea. Pieuffer, tf Comal Co. MrallSTATTS-llT PiMaiot: lloo I. B. MeDrlde. of Beys Co. Uuu. J. . Btegoer, Caldwell Co. pieTBIOt OI-l" PISTBICT. Hon. L. W. Moore, Freeldlog Judge, UOranga. J. M. Belbeuy. Attorney, Austin Co. rial or wotwaa) oooar. Bara d Mondays In March and eptambet. oopbtv otnoiM. Ed K. Kone, Judge County Court. it. 0. Burleson, DUl. and County Clerk. Irwea Feed, County Attorney. U B.Berber abariff. J. . M' J. B.Turnef, V'cock, Justice of tbo Feaea Pro. uMkrcb. ; ;; , .M. VYyett " J 0 Uo... W W. Slack J. H. Patteraon, Oonnty Treaaarer. K S. Forlsuu, Asa.saor. Jo. C. Kve, ourveyor- T.J. MeCarty, Cow'r Praoluet Wo J.H. RMllff. " "w "M J II Hnrlvann. " L 1. r. W. It. Wood. " " V 4. J. F. Plus, Constable Preelnel HO I. Tiaaa or holpim Coon t ad Paaoiaov Cooats Crimlual Couoty Courtlat Monday In ik( "' oo'unty Coart for Civil aod Probate tariMN M Monday in...

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