San Marcos Free Press. (San Marcos, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 19, 1887 Page: 2 of 4
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411 MADOO VmXJUB.
TUUU8DAY MAY 19. 1887.
ItKTPBPP T TBI ratttOTVlCm AT eU MABOO
TKkAl AaOON CLAIM MATT1UI. J
rM TSS OF BUJJSCJill'TION.
On jroMr to mIium S 00
Hit months. " : ' 1 00
TUre mootlm V 60
1 .Tb Uva m(M Include th prepoymout
of poatfls by . nipla oojitoi Mot ire.
BiDgM eopio mdu;
The Free Press for Prohibition
fUBiCHlPTIOW PRIOR tt CRRTI FOR THR
CAMf AIOK. RtRCTIOW. AUOCIT 4 1MT.
" PBOHIBITION PIEECTOBY.
Slato Central Committee Headquarter!
B. H. OarrolL Clialrmnn.
11. B. Parrott Corrennoudlug KeoreUrj.
J." B. Omuflll Reoordin Secretary.
Jhot Moore M D.'Treoitirer. . -
UT 00. OVNTRAL EltOVTTVB COMKXTTXR.
J. E. Prltohett. Chairman. " ''
W B M'Kie. ' - V .
Ed. J. L. Green.
H. E. Barber. .
J. Wf Wateon. -
' oo. pomrmi-wukjwothaibmbji.
Jamei (i. Store
T). A. Porter
J. R. Burleaon
W. T Chnpraan
J. L. Audrow
J'recinot No. 1..
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(Do. at large..
County Preeinet Chairmen and Offletrt of
Prohibition Hutu are rHpumea to acta
'Agent and iwrftn tjubtcriptfvn.
James P. Newcomb is publishing a
pro-whisky paper at San Antonio.
Just like hiin I
Major John Jf. Elliott of Dallas was
jinited in a marriage to Miss Ada G.
Stewart at Washington D. C on tbe
pth of April.
Tbe Prohibitionist of Austin and
tfhe Newra of San Antonio are ex-
cellent campaign papers which are do-
ing good service. '
The State Sunday school Associa-
tion met on the 11th at Tyler and
was called to order by tbe Vice
'PresidonVBev. HM. DoBose.
. Boycotting is the regular Approved
style of meeting the prohibitionists
jjn San Antonio whose great vested
interest is the beer and whisky traffic.
Liquor license is essentially a most
rindin ."snmptury law" because it
lays its prohibitory and robber hand
upon the comforts and necessities of
The whiskyite profess to be horror
struck at tbe idea of prohibition ad-
vocates coming from the North but
jthey have not the least objection to
Northern liquor associations furnish-
ing funds with whioh to fight prohibi-
tion at the South.
.We learn that Maj. Converse was
here on yesterday and still speaks
favorably of the proposed tap to this
jlace. It will tio doubt be built
'when the proper conditions are found
to exist but there is nothing more
definite at present
"We find by our Southern exchanges
that they very generally speak of the
controversy between Davis and Beau-
regard as likely to do credit to neith
er. But because we copied a para-
graph to this effect tbe Cresset
charges ns with "sneering at Jeffer-
son Davis." The Cresset is evident-
ly hard np for something to object to
in the course of the Free Press.
Tbe new education bill passed by
the 20th legislature has made it im-
perative on the part of all sohool
teachers in the state to be re-examined
and they cannot have their
'certificates renewed it matters not
"how well they may be qualified.
Hence all teachers will take note and
be prepared to be examined before
'any more certificates are issued.
We referred in our last to the in-
fluence of personal prejudice as sho wn
jn the award of the publication of
j.he constitutional amendments to tbe
Cresset while the Fbek Pbess un-
questionably bis the largest circula-
tion. We are assured that Mr. Rep-
resentative .Geo. T. McOehee cloims
fixe credi't(T) of this transaction be-
cause the Fbxr Pbess published
'xraiething be'did not like concerning
cerUiii" legislative action. What a
reason for a public official t
Tbe press report show that the new
law passed by the late Kansas Legis-
lature which is intended as a back-
bone to' the present prohibitory law
Is playing havoc with the liquor trade
in Kansas. Tbe trade there U virtu-
ally killed- Tbo law makes it neces-
sary for a roan desiriDg to open a
drag store to hare twenty fire woman
signers Jo tbe petition and any rxr-
on who Ley liqnor rut.t go before
'a notary public and mtke an affidavit
M to what dm be will make of it and
Vbat it is not it tended to be drank as
Clear the Track!
We rejoice to be able to chronicle
the consummation of the doferrod
hopes of our pooplem the commence
ment of the abovo work. All doubt
was dispelled on yostorday by the
appoaranco on the scene of the lo
cating engineer Mr. arnnimen.
Capt. McBiido went yesterday to
Lockhart and closed out the remain
der of the ricrht of way while steps
have been taken to condemn the Wil
liamson and Bugg lands aB regards
which no agreomont seemed practic
able in order to a proper adjustment.
Meantime workmen are engaged in
erecting a comissary building near
the freight depot and the route is
110100- staked off for grading. Messrs.
Bums and Peters have the contract
for building the road from bore to
Lockhart if not to Smithville. Wo
are informed there will be no track-
lying done until the grading is fin-
ished to Smithville fifty-five miles
and that the gradiug is expected to
begin early next week.
The Cotton Congress.
The Cotton Congress of the Farmers'
Alliance mot nt Waco on the 4th inst.
There were about one hundred and
fiftv delegates in attendance. We
were kindly favored last week by our
deleeate. Mr. Wra. Gamett with a
full report but tbo pressure of mat
ter previously prepared "precluded us
insertion and want of space still pre
vents more than this general notice.
In our noxt issue however we shall
try'and give place to the plan reported
by the committee on tbo subject for the
formation of co-operate associations
for manufacturing purposes and
other interesting proceedings nearly
related there to.
The 20th legislature so amended
the law with reference to county
commissioners as to require of each
an additional oath to the effect "that
he will not be directly or indirectly
terested in any contract wjfch or
claim against the county in which he
resides except such warrants as may
issued to him as fees of office and
each commissioner shall execute a
bond with two or more good and
sufficient suretios to bo approved by
the iudffo of the county court of his
countv. in the sum of three thousand
dollars payable to the treasurer of
his county conditioned for the faith
ful performance of the duties of bis
A very good law i ought to have
been passed long since.
Your personal liberty is not hurt
when Prohibition tells you to make
and drink all the whisky yon can but
not to sell a drop the public good re-
The fllj Ctwricll and tbe Water Com.
Ham Marco. Teiae May 13 1887.
Ed. Fbr PaaiNit Circular tiara been
Uaued to tbe eimloiuere of tbe Water Work
Company reciting an onliuanco of tb City
Cuaooil. cUiiueJ to bare bean iwueeJ Mujr
ilb and to take effect May lTtb prohibiting
tbe nw of Lj'Jranti fur certaiu purjiowa by
tbe oudoiuora of aaU Water Company be-
tween tbe hour of V p. m. and 0 a. to.
nndur peualty of fine conU aud iuipriaoo-
nieot. Tbe writer of thia artlole does not propoae
to diitctwe tbe quetioD aa to wbetber or not
tbe euntoment of aaid Water Company act
In good faith under tbelr ooutraot with aaid
company in tbo uite of water in tbla man-
ner. Tbia la a matter of contract between
iba oonaument and tbe oonipany. But what
tbe City Council baa to do with tba private
oontracta of Individual and aaid company
i a matter that an ordinary miiid cannot
graap. Suppoae anid company baa mode a
ooutraot witb an individual to furnish him
water wbo ia to determine bow wbon or
in wbat quantity be ab ill us itf It ii clear-
ly a matter of oontraota aud wbat foroe or
effoot tbU ordinance can bave in tbe faoe of
tbe Conntitution of Toxaa which save that
the Legiidature of Teita aball bare no
power to paaa any law impairing tbe obli-
gation of a coutract ia dilUoult to ace. Doea
the City Council aook to conxtitut theru-
elvee tbe Hpocial guardian of tbe Water
Company? If a couaumer i making use of
lb water in a manner unauthorized by bis
contnujt tbo company have the right to cut
off hla aupply and there tbe mattor endn
nutil the conxuiner will conform to bla con-
tract. About a year ago the Counoil had
tinder consideration an ordinance making it
a misdemeanor punishable with fine for a
consumer to give a bucket of water to bla
thirwty neighbor whoso well or cistern
might be dry. Tbia ordinance is in keeping
witb that spirit. It should be denounced
by every citizon as an unauthorized attempt
in an illegal manner to look after the pri-
vate interosta of raid company. A business
that tbe City Counoil wore never created
for. The City Council baa nothing to do
with tlio biiHlueas of Bnid company and ita
cuntoroors. Their power duty and bnrti-
noas is to see that the water source is kopt
pure. That said company shall carry out
it contracts witb the publio (the city).
Why? Becauso tbo City Council is tbe
guardian of the health of tbe citizens and
because the City Couucil bos mado a con
tract with said company for a supply of
water and we are boing beavily taxed to
pay for it. Is it not a well known fact that
tbo supply has been inadequate for firo pro-
teotiou the very cause for the contract and
oousequout taxation and that the reservoir
was filthy and covered with a gren somn ?
What stops were taken by the City Couucil
to dock said company in itri pay for the
time it was notorious that it failed to com-
ply with its contract is a question that a
heavily taxed people aro interested in. Let
the City Council attend to its proper duties
and nasi such laws ns they bave a right to
pans and not attempt to make Bcare crows
lor tne water uoiupauy. citizen.
Fob tub Fbee Pbehs.
Prohibition Pen Toints.
Itobt. J. Burdctte thinks that freedom
did not shriek as Kosciusko fell over a whisky
barrel ; that Warren did not die that beer
might flow soven days in a week ; thnt even
the battle of Brandy-wine was not fought
that whisky might be fre;.
"No clause iu tbe Declaration of Inde
pendence declares that a Sunduy concert
garden witb five brass horns nud 100 kogs
of boor is the inalienable right of a free
poople and the corner stone of good govern
"The battles of tbe world have been
fought for grandor things than free whisky."
"Tbe ohanpion of boer does not stand in
tho temple of fame but in the police oourt."
"Honor never has the dolirium tremens."
If there are only nineteen thousand pro
hibition votes in Texas a great many people
would like to know why the Cresset and the
rest of the antis are fighting the amendment
It looks just a little ridiculous to see an
immense array more than two hundred
thousand strong sending all over the United
States for supplios to holp them outvote a
paltry nineteen thousand.
Tne cretwet Bays tne prouiuiuon uranuu
nient is a very uudeiuocrauo measure.
When where and bow did it get its informa
Tbe funniest thine of tho campaign so far
is the San Antonio Express an avowed high
tariff paper trying to teach Judge Kengan
That paper says a rtemoorat can t vote ior
prohibition. That settles the question.
Jjut sonousiy u idb uu-pruuiuuiuuiu
are intending that somebody shall leave tbe
domocTiitio pmty we hope thoy will let us
know in time when they will bo going so we
cau got our linen ready to weep. As for
tho prohibitionists tbe vast majority intend
to remain on the old ship of democracy and
fight it out on that line if it takes fifty years
to do it
Since Itocer Q. Mills has declared
preachers to be the most dangerous obu of
of men we have in society it would be ad-
visable to keep your bands on your pocket
books when there are any of this dangerous
element standing around loose. It would
also be a safe plan for each family in tho
country to post this sign on tbe front door :
'No PrencUers allowed in wis nonsa
A. A. T.
A Leading Thinker Speaks.
The North American Review one
of the ablest magazines published
has this to say about rrouiouion ;
Prohibition is a certainty in tbia
country and that within a very low
years. " Every civilized nation on
lvnl imr fnr Homo rare for the
l ... w...n - - -
greatest "vil that afflicts the earth.
The fact that all countries aro tryinjj
. i-i- : : - . l.-c; 1.. it
is an evil and the cenlnno bsvo de
monstrated that there is no tens
--it i in tnine tn rTiiLta an evil.
EtIIs are to be killed. ct re zn'mied.
Tbe qnrtion of tc lr i vb thor the
individual rnnn aln'l bare the r'jrht
by mem of a p..ion to dimorv:ie
niar.kinl frrrL-at It rtat-ti-u
to which evety working rnn every
employe every father and evny
mother in the country ha a direct
That Tired Feeling
Vh nrm weather haa a dcMlltatlnt- effect.
fpo-lnlly open tlioce who are within doors
nrt nr ih time. The occuliar. vet common.
complaint known as "that tlrd teellng"
Is tbe result. This reeling can oo enureiy
overcome by taking Hood's Barsararilla
which aives new life and strength to ail
the functions of tne oooy.
t muM nnt ilmi had no appetite. I
took Hood's Sartaparilla and toon began to
sleep soundly; could art DP wunwn ma
tired and languid feeling ; and my appetite
Improved." B. A. Sakfobd Kent Ohio.
Strengthen the System
nnri ftiranarina la charaeterired by
three peentlarltlesi lrt the mKl.utailon of
Mmfiil arent Lth rrrvortitm: 3Lth
prveett t scenrint tbe artlve medicinal
qnalitlea. Tbe rult Is a medklne of annsaal
strrninb. efttxting enres Mthert ankwwm.
8cnd for t contUning ad-lition d eldene.
rjior Rrrrin tre op my rmfm.
JlPtolBael...r. J. V. Iiuw
rter ot 1tK Lowe'U V .
H-vvrs J5rpnn beats 'i wvn.
HwTth.-.i;Minr .1." I binwaiu
uo f..a Mraa &ct TmI dy.
tM f an nrc. i ; ' nr v
m ay IfCL DOUD CO Lowen Mat.
100 Poses One Dollar"
DELINQUENT TAX LIST.
Land in Hays County Subject to Solo for
Non-Payment of Taxes.
OFFICE OF THE STATE AND COUNT! COLLECTOR OF TAXES t
Sx Maboos. Haya County Texas May 2d 1887.
Whfbeas I have in compliance with the law and by virtue of the Tax
Rolls of lbiys County levied upon and now proceed to advertise and will
.ii .i . ..: .. . nnMin ontp.rr. at tliO Court IIOOBO
door in the town of Han Marcos County of Hays Texas between the hours
of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m.. on Tuesday the 7th day of June 1887 so much i of
tho following doscriixwt real esiate as win w ouiuui. y
cosU now duo thereon and that may hereafter accrtft in this behalf.
. J AS. A. WREN
Sheriff and Tax Colleotor Hays Co. Tex.
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P A Smith
Otis O Eels
Richard Hal ley
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For sale cheap at tbis office.
W. H. ROBBINS
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J. V. HUTCHINS J
6AN MABCOS TEXAS
TIIE "OLD RELIABLE"
nd dealer In all gradea ot
CLOCKS WATCHES JEWEL-
ET S1LVSEWAEE FANCY
GOODS AND NOTIONS.
NORTH HIDE OF THE PLAZA.
All flood tcarrantcd as represent-
ed ail icork to give satisfaction or
C9" All goods Roldns low if notlower tliaD
can be bought elsewhere in Texas
John A. Watson
SAN MARCOS - - TEXAS
Cgmetsry Workof Every
Description Neatly Executed
BSrComparison is invited as to qual-
ity and prices with any other house.
It is hoped our people will give
the preference to home enter-
prises of meritorious character.
OLD NEWSPAPERS for wrap-
ping paper 25c 100 at this office.
STAPLE and FANCY DRYGOODS
Boots Shoos Eats.
DOUBLE SHOVELS Etc
My Stock is Complete in all depart-
ments and I respectfully ask in-
spection by tho closest buyers.
.Will guarantee satisfaction.
Farmers in need of Planters
should not fail to secure
the CHAMPION for
which I am agent
itself . .
in one sea-t
sod in tbe way of
Chopping Cotton alone.
BRADLEY'S CULTIVATORS AND
PETER SCIIUTTLER AND
WOODS' MOWERS AND RAKES.
Gratified for the liberal patronage
I have received from the people of
Hnjs and adjoining counties I shall
endeavor to give satisfaction by fair
dealing with all. All goods marked
in plain figures.
J. V. HUTCHINS.
N. L. HOPKINS
City Transfer - Line -
SAN MARCOS TEXAS.
Will attend to all calls In tbe line of hit vocation.
aTtrSpeclal faotlUle for moving Piano and Or-
gans "60 - Pl?l'
DR. J. H. COMBS
OFFICE: North Side Publio Square
(inn Marcoa). - a a a Texiift
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W. B. WALKER
DEALER IS '
GENERAL MERCHANDISE COTTON FACTOR
GENERAL COMMISSION MERGHANT.
A.TJSTHST - - - TEXAS.
SA.IST MAECOS TEX.
Dealer la All Kiada at
SHINGLES SASH DOORS BUNDS;
Whits P122 Weathsrbarding
WLits Pins Beaded Ceiling
EVER l TIIISG IS lIlEfR LISE ALT) ATS OS IIASD.
Lumber Dressed to Order. Ml Orders Promptly Filled
OFFICE AND YARD Near lbs Railrcai- Dspct.
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Julian, Isaac H. San Marcos Free Press. (San Marcos, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 19, 1887, newspaper, May 19, 1887; San Marcos, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth295657/m1/2/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .