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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 20 September 1883

.... ' ' ' " ' . - 1 '. , an Marcos Free Pre SSo I. H. JULIAN, VOL. XII, SAN Free Press. Published Every Thursday by ISAAC H. JULIAN, To wboin all Letters Bhould be Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. " BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. OQyer,U advance gix nionlbi ' Tu month .2 00 . 1 S3 76 BATES Or AD VEBTISIJTO. One square, oue loiertlou tl 00; each dltloD (1 Insertion under on mouth, BO cidU per sauart. j I mo. 3 mo. 6nio. Hmei 11 3.60 16.00 $8.00 $10.00 I 5.00 T.00 10.00 15.00 I. .0C! S.00 11.00 30.00 T00 10.00 10.00 30.00 13.00 1 20.00 30.00 6C.00 30.00 1 S6.00 60 00 76.00 1 Square J " S " colm. " 1 " Business Cards, one inch or Ism, one year, $8 00 Cardi in Business Directory, one year, $3 00 Legal and Transient Advertisement will be charged One Dollar per square for the first In sertion, and fifty Oente per square for each addi tional Insertion. A aqnare It the spaoe of one Inch. Fractional squares will be counted m full iquares. Oeal and Business Notice will be charged ten cents per ...

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. — 20 September 1883

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. X. H. JULIAN, Publisher. SAN MAKCOS, TEXAS NEWS INBRIK.F. iMnrnLlo daiUftC in liunt v iv Jlew England and along the valley of rati 1 . iAl.niAA in the Hudson, me ioa ou iuuw... .1 .intita in lfasRachuBCtts 18 wuru ;i'umi." placed at 1125,000. Thk operatives f.t Fall liiver wero TiHitcd and catecniHCU ujr uiw on . Bub-coinniitteo on education ana iauor. Tho lra'B of the mill operatives owned by tbo corporations were found to be in a bad condition. An old English woman said that the operatives were tetter off in iingianu man uerc Tun Foreign Exposition in Boston was formally opened on the 3d, though still very incomplete. The Japanese exhibit, which is large and artistic, is attended by natives in their homo cos time. Among the products of Ireland ar a btono cross weighing five tons, anil a model of the treaty-stone of Limerick. The Rajah who eatertained General Grant in India has sent a case ...iiiii nincifnl instruments. Mu- sic is furnished by the Victoria Ri...

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. — 20 September 1883

lirid. fklrk 1TU1 !m Eit-WklU tr arena. wjnateeatU Coatury, jlie earliest agitator in the matter trVOd iwo yuuta cu travel- ? . : Kinilv. that the laborincr class- ! live healthily and work well upon i vegetable cuei, uio buijj.o arucie is Lad made of well-ground wheat Nor are tho Sicilians bv anv Lan's the only people bo supported. Province can walk fifty or siity miles j with no other food than 'chan- etties,' made, of the whole meal, with little 'ghee,' or Gollam butter." Turkish and Arab porters, capable of (arrying burdens of from 400 to GOO pounds, live oa uruuu vm, wiui me Uasional addition of fruit and veee- iina. The Spartans and Bomans f old times lived their vigorous lives v - a 1 1 V m bread made oi wneaten meai. in O.O . northern as well as in soutnern cn inates, we find the same thing. In Russia, Sweden, Scotland, and else where, the poor live chiefly on bread, always made from some whole meal wheat, oats or rye and the peas antry of whatever climate so fed al ways com...

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. — 20 September 1883

Free Press. ISAAC II. JULIAN, Editor. IVtwROOB. TEXAS. iVnTEUKO AT TUK I'OrfT OWICS AT SAW MABOO TKXAH AHHKCONO OI.AHH MATTEB. Special Edition Early in October we propoao issuing a S,,i;.;iul Edition of tho Fbee Fbebb, embracing a now edition of our description of Haya County, with notices of overy town and lo rulity in tho county, atatistics from official S,.im-K, and a lowing in detail of tho busi .u s-t .f t!io county, onpncially of Han Mar , , Voli,it Mot and figure" on thoao ,.i.,tH frx.ni all whom it may conc.ru. Alxmt Vm i-oplM will be printed, and it ;ilhfln mdwidid medium for adverting ,,,! cin-uUtinfj, both at home and abroad. Only ;K! t y Tvnts to the End of the Yrar. Wo' will furuiwhtho Turx Puusa on trial t, January 1, 1881 for fifty ceuU It ia h iiuwh lttpr local paper than ever be fr.., giving regularly tho proceedings of Commissioners' and other court, transfers of real estate, and all other local news, be Hid,. a synopsis of tho general news, aud a iirge amount of c...

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. — 20 September 1883

Free Press. 6Ji.t SA ROOBi TEXAS. "HUKSUAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1883. tolled ad tat Men BaH. TIME TABLE. ANTONIO DIVISION: BOCSD BOCTB. MAIL. lnJ-. 11.14 A.M... yaooc" mm t.'vu r. , 4:40 .11.30 " 4:61 f).DrC . . n 1. K 1. M SikC08::..ViS :::::::::::: H miter ...u M EZSSX::ri - :::::::::::: PUU0U HUIIIBi ail, nruu, ,4- t.OOP.M 11:101.11. bAc. ........ iSriS v-ia . ' v.om a-iiiBCOi...!; 935 - gBVAuow.:::.! :: :::::: n gin Antonio.... in addition to the abo are two sxpreu trains rnm San Antonio oonnectlnf; At Initio with thaCeo vt for Galvton. Weir timt at Sao Maroo It folio"' : BOUND 80CTH. 4:95 1. M. KOBTH.7:65P. U. KO-M-E NEWS. It bains! Cur load choicest Floor, at Billy Reed's. Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks latest out rarm and convenient, at Obbsn & Peice's. Velvets are all the rage and Dailey & Jro., have all the shades at fiO cents per yard. The Highest Market Price in cash paid for cotton, at Gbeen & Pbioe's. Wb have all the new shades in silk velvets, such as the Brown, Gray...

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. — 20 September 1883

277J MOMENTOUS QUESTION. Tiny "tood bo!do the garden gate, Jl.math tho elm tree' aj.readlug auade; It wa th oliinn hour of ere, Tlie witching tirao for Iowa xnado. Ho watched the radiant orb of night, A one by oue they gommod tho ky ; Ho gazed upon her comoly form, Hor loTly neck and luntroiw eyo. Slio uostlod cloHflly to bin aide, . tf word aho Hpoko, hut only pretuod, With triihtful lock and gentle mien, Her graceful heal against hU breast Hogazod uponlthe gloauy Lair, Which well adorned that shapely bead; Ho lookod upon her dainty foot, And then thoao little worda ho aald: "Omlleho In Uh? m l, i Ho fondly atroko B "Oh, yen" tho farmer said he'd tako Two hundred dollars for tho maro. Jutroit tree I'rem. A VOYAM OF MSCOVEKY. UY K. D. A. Trotty is Ktainlij? nt tho window, looking disconsolately up ut tho cIouiIh, aud woiidcriug if it will ever stop raining. She is so tired . 'of tho rain, and of hearing xuaiuiua and Miss Carlotta talk! "How long they have been at it I thinks Trotty....

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. — 20 September 1883

The SIfli'riiti jlarUorx, Oouu., farmer. . nnf rso we bad occasion to in two fariu-bonscs near each V.. in nn adjoining county, This i it mouutainous 6oction, I-i miles from a milwny station Jf mHl vho owned tho farms started !u nnJer Bimuar circumstances, S other tilings being equal, should -....nirtnl iint.il tlm lironont vtvfl so i""4"v : ..i . " Tho T -dative situations. L a farcicr of tho old school. l!. imsiness as bis father did liut thero was no similarity in at one IIo t business as nia iauitr aui ueioro L as a rulo, though tho value of nmO IB.OUt.TU luiwuiiujio umi, iwhvu .-cojmition from him. A mowing Bucbiue and a good corii:BlicJIcr were cn;bi8 plows were not of tho bcst,be u no cultivator, though bis land was ecially adapted to that most valua E implement, the borrow was of . nrimluYu JU..LUU, nuu. ui9 vuno uuu a ibcd at one sido of the barn yard as their only winter protection. A very mall orchard of apples comprised bis jpjJt . uer .1 U t jv tho trcVn was inw ol tiur...

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. — 20 September 1883

OENEEAL DIRECTORY. orriciAi,. CONOaBS.MAX l:TltlCTI Jam T. U'.Wtt, of OoimsIm Couuly. iDAToa-lta puraicr; Hoo.O.o.Pfeoffar, of Comal Ca. a.rSB.BIIT ATIVi Hat ustbict: Hon. . B. MeBrlde. of Hey. Co. Hon. J. . Magoer, of Caldwell Co. DISTalOTtOCBT 16TB PKTMOT. Hsn. l. W. Mooro, Presiding J !. LaOranga. J. M. Bethany. Altorn.y, A.atln Co. riaiaa or iolbixo cocbt. Ha. M MunJay.lo M.rcb and aopltnbor. cocKTf orrioaao. f J R. Kone, Jdga County Court. J... 0. BarUion, Dial. "! Coooty Clerk. ii E.Harber Sheriff, i. DtI, J. at.Toro.r, lKJ "cock. Jo.tlc. of th. Pooeo fre. o w ii wya.i n ,: ,. . J. C. Rowa, , W. W. Ulack, " J. H. Patterson, County Traore. K' H. f orison, A.se.aor. J.. C. Kve, Surveyor- t.J. MiCarty, Cou'r Prooloel Wo. j.lUl.tllff. " ' j R. B-irleaon, " W. It. Wood. " , . - V 1. 1. a: liMMorMOLumiCouiiTf ad Pbbciwot Ooc-- CrlunlMl County Court lal aooaay to eaoh County Court for Civil and Probata bu.lne.. :t l Monday In January, March. May, July. September V-ommfaaloneM' Courl-...

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. — 27 September 1883

an Marcos Free Pre ss I. H. JULIAN, SAN yO L . XII. Free Press. ""iMUshed Erorjr Thursday by ISAAC II. JULIAN, Xo whom all Letters Bhould be Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. " ' RA TES OFS CBSCRIP TIOX. ..ar.lo advsuce fl 00 gig months Ture Diontbt " 136 75 RATES Or ADTERTI8ISQ. One square, one toeertlon $1 OOj each addition jioterlloo uudcr oat month, 60 enU per tatiare. 1 mo. 3 moi. 6 niot. H moi I 6.00 10.00 13.00 10.00 30.00 60 CO 10.00 15.00 10.00 30.00 6C.00 76.00 ; j 6.00 9.00 i If C0lW H' " 1 " t.OO I 10.00 11.00 I 10.00 I 20.00 36.00 Buslneas Cards, one inch or 1m, one jeer, 14 00 Card lo Boatneaa Directory, one year, fl 00 Legal nd Transient Advertisements will be charged One Dollar per square for the Ural In rtlon. and Fifty Ceott per tquare for each addi tional lnaertloti. A square li the tpaee or one foch. Fractional equaret will be onuuW M full nuaree. L,.el end Bualnett Notice will be charged ten ceott per line for the first Iniertloo, end eight tnt per line for ...

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. — 27 September 1883

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. I. IL JULIAN, Publisher. SAN MARCOS, 'M... ... - J . TEXAS NiiVVS IK HR1KF. V.nmU On Long Island, near Hunter Point Atmat. two liHHsencer trains ennio in f1liKion. and two utrsoiiH wero killed - --- - t and eight wounded. A ftcoiiK of villagers attended the auction in Chuppuqiiii, X. Y., ut which Hoi aco ureeley b farm was sola, um bid wus laado for tho Hcventy-neven acreK, and it was Bold to Mi'hh Gabriello M. (ireelv for f 10.000. Neighbors who, wanted the property would not bid acainHt tho daughter. The place cost Horace Greeley about $10,000, and he Attended ou its improvement about $75,000. Tnn Newark (. J.) Evening Keicn nuL.!j:.I.i i. two u lu i :i froni tho nbuuet orn tf litl't) Chailio ltoris, written Nov i2 and 2i lb71 (the year in which the (X Zk, l'7- .HV Jl'ul 111 1UIU wio was bpirited away) to Mr. Chris- Iv. Hons, and demanding $20,000 mi or his own on would bo put to child tian K death. '1 hey were found among pa- perse f tho hito William It. He...

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. — 27 September 1883

i "tailS prporati kicked boarj 18 wdivjj uence tlJ '"sfc-elin as in th( 8 -legisl, me eii, profit o ' Thes to W ljone, So by ut Me 1 RHKOci itioa c pon th ae com nth th ichpay: 1. TLi o vrith invent- e util lie few ie rela corpo- iubject settle. one of 'blcms ronthh JUlTlilry,lh,:UJa, Acronntsf H!i Hsasrlrpcf, Xliere are about thirty of us iu ;v." said a Third Avenuo news- u!er who is blind. He meant blind 3.rnKt of us own our own stands. A are doing good business, too. I jj )V1I kinds of periodicals on my Li, fioni fashion monthlies to -ilroad guides. Of course ray prin- . i i in tlltt dftllv lirmnra T nfll u ' A A all upwards of 200 Sum, for instance "iio, mo jjuum; i uuu niwujs reauy to patronize a man because he is Umd. At least, that is my experience. jliave had customers leave me be aiaso they said I did not wait on iA fast enough. But that, of coarse, was not true. I'm as quick aiiv of 'em yet, even if my seeincr jj a little out of gear. I have some tfiy queer customers. Some...

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. — 27 September 1883

Free Press, ISAAC II. JULIAN, - Editor, SAN MAROOS, TE3CB. TlltritHDAY. HE1TEMBEU 27, IMS. llAMiltl.D AT IILK I'OHTOmCK AT HAM MA BOOH Itt.iH AHHECOND CLASH MATTER. J . - I SPECIAL EMTIO. Karly in October, we propose issu- in;? a Special Edition of the Feke Timsi cmWaeinsr a new edition of our dcBcription of llxya County, with notices of every town and locality m the county, statistics from official sources, and a nummary of the busi ness of the county, especially of San Mai-cob. Wo solicit facts and figures on these points from all whom it may concern. The entire edition will bo for circulation among persons desir ing information of the County, main ly resident abroad. It will be a good advertising medium for all who are permanently engaged in business here, especially bankers, real estate ivents, and all others seeking to be known abroad, or to do business with prospective immigrants. Wo ask tlint all who desire copies will "ivo us the number they want as Boon as possible, so we m...

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. — 27 September 1883

pree Press. 'frfCKSPAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1883 nia ui feat Mtsn Hailrd ANTONIO DIVISION: riuuftu suuiui MAIL, axratBS M 4.00 P. M 11 80 A, i.n ii,eiic 11.10 P. M 4:40 4:M 6.18 6:41 ,1J:SU " , 11.49 , 1:1 " .. 1 28 ...l:M " . 8:15 " 6.D1 -681 8:00 P. M v.. Hrsuofels. i Antoulo... POUND 1S0BTH. MAIL, BIFflKiS, lustta . 4.00P.M.' 11:10 A. M 10:30 " 10.15 9:S1 " 9.S5 9 20 " 8:65 :46 " jdocbici if uSiiARC03 .. S:10 ,. 8.00 ., 3 43 ... 1:20 ...2.01 ...1:32 . 12.16 jjowr...... Brsunfcte. itii Antonio... .. .Miiion to the above are two eipreis trains I L sn Antonio connecting at Atutln with the Cen tril for Galveston. Their time at Ban Marcos ia aa jjllmrs: BOCND SOUTH. 635 A.M. KOttTH, 7:65 P. M. HOME 2STE"WS. W. 0. Dagger has all of Stetson's Hats. 1st celebrated 'Bassett Corset" is 6old by Geeeh & Price. JIopher & Gladtje, carpenters and build- it.- I. i. - i i (rs. (Jan give mo uuai vi ruierouoou. u. Velvet in all shades, at Dailey & Bbo's. Liverpool Coarse and Fine Salt at Wm. ...

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. — 27 September 1883

UrJlihu tll human Uiqiio, rruil.tfJ with niauliowl, lovo and woe, Dili'tii't,' lnK wit 1 fhiulown Iurk, U:ir UpUin I'iliJt tho dcailliont foe; lhlrtiiu IB wilI vi8 coru TLo ripened lurrfnt niul new wonu liny; Urlftiti,l""B ",0 l,eltini "" Fioiii i tti ly mom till clom of day. J)ilftjuKlo'iR with aweary life, !CncourK-tl lj iLauty-UiVor there- VriUluii alouj; with caro and atrlfo DuildiiiK CMHiloH in the air. Driftiu;; rIoiij,' from our childhoed'a home, JFroin tho cheery .low f a milker's Ure; Drifting aloug coiitcntodjta ro.ui, f aiming pf I'icturcs ai onward we more. Drifting along en the trcaohorous Band, Taitiag tho walor I row a llttor oup; Drifting alon te that diotant land, Fer tao tido of life to gather an up; Drifting alon;,' with ein and lonioiae A. Maddened heart audproslMte fom, Drifting alenff, a atifeaod corse, We are drif tins tollim whe koepa from ham. Claude Do Haven ;- Medern Arge. A DULL fcl'JttiMii 1AY. It onylit to have Ivan a fpring day, but it was liOt. l'ti-p...

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. — 27 September 1883

Smft'1 Industries on Farms. As "little foxes spoil tho vines" and ,-h Lime incomes, DU XJJ1UU1 JUUUS BV" . i . 11 tries carried on. dj lonnera Jieip pay expenses und eventual render them . wealtly. Tho great majority of Wobt 'cn farmers devoto themselves to raiy jjjg a few leading crops, f.uch as corn jnd wheat. Those who are not en scroll in producing grain, raise cattle and sheep for the market. Tney uku peat delight in doiug things on an ex tensive scale. They are fond cf in creasing the number of acres devoted to cultivated crops, forage plants tluit are to bo harvested and pastured, and adding to their flocks and herds. They are averse, however, to devoting time to the production of little things. They keep but few fowls and no bees. Tbey raise no small fruits, even for the supply of their own tables. Their gardens are small in proportion as their farms are large. Little is raised in them but tiifc mo. r, c m. j; of vegetables. Notable dd;.,ae;3 ..ndnroi in ma ni'ins or ctwc io...

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. — 27 September 1883

mmm . - - i AMiELS. in said that "":', ' Am few and for btlwuo." Bat most men tbtbk ths anU Tb7 freqoeotly bate msb. Tht happy Hill ft"-1 Around Ibt parent aunt, Jlwsyi think tbslr mothers Aok1 tnoogb, for tbtm. Tb joooj man tbluki lb maldaa go blmtlntf, fresh and set. It Just as niocb an aoj-el At be would eara U The hsuediol bit found on To wbutn he's tUd for life J He finds b got D anfel Wbsa U tookawlfa The old en an bdI In bit daughter dear. When ibe helps te Bnsaotb. for blm Kacb declining year. 'Tit Ihui all mto tta angel If they ara out bllud. Rut tome mo only goo I onei, lout tba other kind. Laud Mouojtolj. lu viow of the recent fenco mJ rtngo tMiiUcn in Texas-the legitimate fruit of j.itul inonopoly-tbefollowiug article will be l with peculiar interest at the present time: L S. Coflla, of Iowa, says : Of the 2o0,-ti-iitoOOacren of arable land that is left of lucle Satn'a big farm, the railroads claim t least oue-Uulf, aside from what has al ,vi,lybM awarded thorn. The most...

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. — 4 October 1883

! Free Pre J.H..TUL1AN, "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR. VOL. XII. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER, 4, 1883. NO. 44. Marcos Free Press. 1 " vtiblished Erery Thursday by ybaac H. JULIAN. To whom all Letter should be Addressed ' OFFICE Last Side of Plaza. HA TBS OFSUBSCBIPTIOX. Outjreir, in lit month 111 Three monlbl " satss or ad rsRTisiiro. 7 .mi.ra. ot iBMrtlon $1 00; oaoh addlll Hod ,1 in.ertion nod it one month. 60 mdii oar souare. 1 1 mo. S moi. 0 mot. 11 moi 1 1 10 I 6.00 0.00 $ 10.00 I .1.00 1 7.00 10.04 16 00 i e.or! b.oo 11.00 10.00 I 7.001 10.00 90.00 SO.OO I ll.tol 10.00 .10.00 6C.00 I 10.00 1 36.00 Sit CO 7C.00 V eolm Bailness Cards, one inch or less, one year, S Cards In Business Directory, on year, tl i m and Transient advertisements will .rMl One DolUr por eqnare tor tho first In .hmi- and Fifty Cent! por square for each addl tlsnal Insertion. A eqtiar It tbo space of oo Inch. Fractional squares will be oounted a full iqu...

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. — 4 October 1883

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. L XL JULIAN, Publisher. SAN MARCOS, TEXAS HTcal. Notwithstanding the decision by Judge Eilgerton that the acts of the Dakota C-pital Commission are j i legal, the people of Bismark keep 100 men It work on the State House, using lectrio lijht. ITeniiy Villa bd has informed the pceploef Astoria that the cost of a railroad trn.k from that city to Port land is too great to be undertaken by he Oregon 'Iranscentinental Compa nr A telegram from the Southwest, states tnai inwe . , whose parents were murdered some time ago by Apaches in Arizona, has nn reeevered, and that the boy was in good health. About 150 able-bodied men tarred and featherad two Mormon elders who had been evangelizing in the region of I3rookvillc,Jnd. A young girl had been enticed m her home by the Elders, and was founi only 'tera de termined search. She had been con verted to the ideas of Mormonism and heartily desired to accept the sad lot which the Salt Lake Church apportions te the women of its...

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. — 4 October 1883

ere- inch Ma ex. nfi. ebt :er- sat, tb Be i it us ed is the rTT, pinU usk.Ux Hunter. jljfl leader of the overland Arctio 'edition of 1879 deacribes, in the Mnsk-Ox Hunt" He of their first chase after the gamo : ite&t oars were entertained by the (ipcrieneed hunters that the musk Jien had heard our approach, and tere now probably 'doing their level it' to escape. The sledges were immediately stopped and the dogs rtpidly unhitched from them, one to jje or four being given to each of the eleven men and boy's, white or ,utive, that were present, who, taking their harnesses in their left hands or them in slipnooses around their trail, leaving the two sledges and a lunuy inonins and n Knuiitoui power only waiting to be uiMui-ouuu oj science. J; or the rmr v4 MKauQa, agricultural ma chines, mills, etc., also for tlm cation of alcohol, distillation of water tor unnung ana many other uses re Swung a low power cheaply produced io promoters claim that their inven tion is valuable. No stoke...

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. — 4 October 1883

Free Press. ISAACS. JULIAN, Editor. BAN MABOOfl, TESCA. TlIl'ItSUAY, OCTOBEK. 4, 18H3. I i srciiKD at tiii pour ornct T ian maco Tf.IAH AUHHOOKD CLAM MATTl. J SPECIAL EMTIO. Wo we arranging to issue onr Special Edition the latter part of next week or first of the ween aiter. Only JHftj Cents to the End of the Tear. We will furaibh tbe Fs Pxm on trial O Jauuyy 1, 'or Mly cnU Jt ,8 a much better local paper than erer be fore, giving regularljr the proceeding of CoromiHsiononT and other court, transfers cf real estate, and all other local news, be ttidoa a eynopsl of the general news, and a large amount of choice miscellaneous read ing. No intelligent citizon of the count cau afford to do without it. Try it. Support Yonr Connty Paper. Tuo Fhke Phew in juttt cloning hi Tenth Year uudcr the present manage. nirtut. We have labored faithfully duriug that time, in the face of inauy difficulties, to build up a resectable newspaper in this county, aud incidentally to make it a benefit to this...

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