San Marcos Free Press. (San Marcos, Tex.), Vol. 17TH YEAR, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 29, 1890 Page: 2 of 4
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ISAAC If. JULIAN - - - Editor
AN MARCOS. TEXAS.
TIIUUSDAY. MAY 29 1830.
a lj. CoaaaaiotvinM for Hit Kurt !' .Iioutd be
..til It ea Koaday It luaara lnitrtlua lut earua
... v.aaa til aavorll.ameuu and bualoeei uollcaa
n.-t later lUto Wtdne.dar noon
VtttTiVKLV nt eouirauiiUtllun publl.bed onleae
ta vriur'a rtal aanie accompanies ll.ooiiorpuo
l.atloaunleaa dmlrod tul fur our owa boni-Ol
.. id protection.
We Aro auiLorizoil to oniioitnco Kuan
11. John to N an a cuwliduto fur ro-oloctmu
to tlia ofUco of Trcaurcr of lay County
iit die November election.
We am antboriz- A to nuuomito Ti.omar
J. TreL m n cnui:lnt.i for roolwtiou to thfl
of.loe of Uierk of tho District Court of
;i ire County.
Aud AdvctliiPrH t'cnernllr.
We bey to remind nil whom it
may concern tbat the Fkee TitKus cir-
culates in a different cliiinnel from
i.py other of our county pnpers Itf"
natrons find reuder8 nro J:ot to nny
l:;rgo extent tho readers and patrons
of any of tho oilier homo impcrB. At
tho Biimo tlmo they lire among the
must fiolirl well-to-do find influential
jMioplo of tho county. Furthermore
Tvhilo papers may como und pnpers
may go they will continue to stand
by the FiiF.E I'uEns. "A word to the
"Wind and bail htornis have of late
been tho order of tho day doing
piuch damage in kotoo plucea.
Tho fifth ur.nual convention of tho
Western Association of Writers will
be held July 8 9 10 and lint Spring
Fountain Talk Warsaw Ind. An
original and interesting program is
now in course of preparation.
Public opinion deems to bo mov-
ing forward on tho subject of gener-
al education. The serouina of tho
American eagle have heretofore to a
largo extent only voiced tho Bullish
greed of n favored few drowning tho
cries of our common people.
S.ata Houston's monument should
bo reared not at Han Jacinto but in
tho city which was namod for Lim
or at Austin or both. Ilia fame is
based not nlono ou his great military
victory but quito ns much on his
record as a statesman nnd patriot.
When a government turns a deaf
car to the social intellectual nnd
moral improvement of her laboring
class nud undertakes to worship
national wealth uud national improve-
ments she leaves down a gap to ad-
mit every class of decay nnd ruin.
Wo arc in receipt of tho Mny num-
ber of tho "Gulf Messenger" a litiml-
nonio literary monthly edited and
published by Mrs. Laura E. Foutc
Houston. It contains 21 quarto
pages mostly of choice original mat-
tor highly creditable to tho fair con
ductor. Price $2 per year.
Tho great earning issuo of this
nation is already made. Please mark
tho prediction it will be whiskey
on tho Democrat's side nnd whiskey
(n tho Republicans side trying to
pull tho various labor organizations
into voting for whiskey. O laboring
men remember your responsibility!
You hvo tho power to mako America
n sober nation.
Returning from tho Mun Jacinto
buttlcticld the editors nnd others
held an impromptu meeting nt
which eloqueut speeches were made
in favor of tho erection of a monu-
ment to Houi ton ami his compatriots.
Tho meeting held another session nt
the ll'itebins House nt whioh Win.
D. Cleveland presided and uu organ-
ization was mapped out lr carrying
out this object Rut ns wo saw no
report of their meetings we prvsiimo
on second thoughts tho movement
was deemed premature.
Secretary Win. !unett of the
Hayri County Farmers' A!linint lins
Addressed a letter t'J Prof. Ji o 11
Pritehelt i hainnnn of the democratic
executive committee of tho county
steting a rcfoli;t:'n wa past-ed by
the County Allium at itrflaht mtt
di mAnding a regular primary le tioii
At tho hands of iho democracy of
the county. Prof. Priteh. tt ar.fin
thkt Lo Lah no ai-thority t u t and
will j..t do p- wi'.h'i'it the '.r -j
pioa from Lin party. Itf-renm toil'
the Biibject is worthy tho fuvornV
ctiid rut in of th ft-iitiv corn
mince Xniiiiinti' lister i"i'iiUf v.il
rt-rUioly rCvt the voi.-e of t! -j
p'j'! lunch ujore cjirc-:-t! lliiti th j
ATtrag-i cut And dr. e l coDVcj.li-.cv j
We tot-vc the opuUr vote i U if J
Adof'led ut riou irle of te .State
Vby cot tiy it ia ILayt cjs.t)T i
Wii.ii ah Cum-cm Hhyawt. Hv John
llipdow. Uooton and Now Yurki llouatuu.
Tho nbovo U ouo of tho lab volume of
tlia "Amu rloaii Mull of 11 tor"- hcrion In
aurl by tic uhovo unnif J jiuUibli'M end
Ih curliilaly ouo of tho ml Intonating.
Air. lllgulow vm for iimny your ooiuiottcd
witu Mr. Ilryiu.t m llio nmImK"J3n ' tli0
Kew York Eveulng 1'ohf nud honeo wiut
well edaptod to the woik. It U iutoudod
for comnion ruuJern who nmy not have uo.
quh to the tltthoruto hiognipjjy of Mr.
Mr. Urynut wn A native of MusbacIiU-
Hctts. Hih pureiitH wore Among the pio.
nnurn of that Mate exemplar of liuoiblo
worth in tho "uorrow rural vale." I1U
father whs a country pliynluian. We copy
tho followiuj; lutercHtina pUKHdgo couceru.
iiiH hiu mother :
llavlni; bton tuUou to a new sottloincnt
when Khu wiih only nix years old Mrs.
liryaut had enjoyod fuw of tho odviiutaKOg
of a Huhool.ttiuybt odacntiou. bhe had
iininiitrcd. n'.'vcrlholomi to neouiro a credit-
nolo iniiKtery of tho rudiinoutury LrutiL-hee
of learuiiiK. A a wifn uud inotlior khe did
most of tho houuchold work. Sho Rpuo
hiii wove cut nud. made most of the
I'lothinc of her lurio family wove her owu
cnrpetH made tier own CHUdlcs taught her
children lo rood and write und was ouo of
ll 0 llrHt ut tho hedhido of tho Hick nua
iiflliuttd of her ueiKhhorhiiod. Bho took a
livi-lv iuturoHt iu nubile affnirH holb ntale
and national and exerted uo inooniiidora
Lie iulliiiiuco iu promoting towuHUip auu
neighborhood iniproveiiicaitH. Sho wan la
fiiut a housewilo rublilouoa ou tno oiu
llii) literary procqcity considoriDg tho
quality of bis work Ih unpnralloled. Urn
ThanalopKiH" a uoom seareoly nurpaxKed
in tho wholo rango of literature was writ-
ton nt the ago of nevoiilecn. It is ipioKtiou-
nblo whether ovcu ho ever wrolo anything
better. It is a mont rciaaikablo effort for
a country liny.
Hu studied law but tho practice was no
ropugncut to him that he abandoned it for
litcraturo. Ah editor of tho Evening 1'oit
however for many yenrH ho bad niaeli to
do Willi shaping Aruoricau politics. Ho
uIro became a eoiiKideniblo traveler having
visited Europe several times. During bio
lust yenrx ho also visited Mexico. Tho
book umlor notice gives a gmphiu picture
of his curecr in nil itH varioUK plinseH. Tho
following passiigo is of peculiar iuterCHt:
H;h first exenrhion Unit deBorvod to bo
dignitiod with tho title of a journey was
liiuilo in lHJ'i to vihit Lim hrutUera who
upou the death of their father hud with
their mother sought a ucw homo in the
wost nud had becomo tho proprietors of a
largo landed estate in Illinois. Ho con.
sinned two wor-ks in this journey which is
now Hindu in about us many days. While
crossing tho pmiriim between the Missis-
sippi river and his brothers' plantation he
encountered a company of Illinois volun-
teers who wcro moving south to take a
part iu what is commonly known ns tho
Itiuck lluwk War." Tuny wero lert by a
tall Awkward uncouth lad whoso appear-
ance particularly attnuted Mr lirynnt's
attention und whose conversation delighted
him by its bicczineus nn 1 originality. Ho
luurned ninny years afterwards from ono
who had belonged to tho troop that this
captain of theirs was named Abraham Liu-
ouhi. Air. Jiryiint liltlo dreamed as lie
Hcnuned tho ungainly stripling nnd listeuod
tc his un weeded jokes tbat hciiiio thirty
years later it would beoomo his duty to
present him to a Now York audience end
his iiriviligo to hear from those very lips
'tho del isivo word of tho ooutest" which
was to result in mailing this captaiu of vol-
unteers for ciiiht eonsocutiyo years presi
dent of ilio republic; the central fi'uro of
ouo of the must motnontons wars that has
ever yet been waged among nion nnd the
siglii r of tho proclamation that Uolivcroa
over six milliouB of people from slavory.
His various ougagomeuts of course inter
fered with his poetK'ul fertility. His poems
a i-ii much less voluminous than those of his
tno hading poetical contemporaries Long-
fellow nud Whitticr. As Mr. Iligelow well
renuirkn: "As a poet Bryant is to bo
judged by tho (juality rather than tho
quantity of his work." Hut judged by
Mint standard where is tho Anierienu poet
who can justly bo said to surpass him?
We heartily commend this handsome
nnd fascinating volume. A complete iu
ilex ailils to us v.iiuo. I no price ihsh.j.i.
UiiiKTWoon by Will W. Pfrimmer. liuf-
falo: Chiul "H Wells Moulton 18H0.
To tho publisher who is doing so much
through his "Mugnzino of Poetry" towards
bringing oat and preserving tho produc-
tions of thn latent poetic genius of tho
country- we nro indebted for a copy of tho
nbovo work a neat volume of oighty-seven
pages. Thu most of the poems aro in the
popular dialect f.tylo of which James Whit-
comb 'Hiley is a well known representative
Mr. rfrimmer. by tho way is also a
l(oosler nnd Mr- Itiley will have to look
well to his laurels wo piolo tno lollo v-
ing from "Take Ycr Choico o' Seasous."
After briefly disposing of summer autumn
anil winter ho descants ns follow ou
spring. Our extruit will bo found very
Ye limy sing ycr song o'sniumer
Er it' winter or o' fall
tint tho 8' iutou I am lit lliii" on
Is the ouo that beats 'em nil.
It's the jolly dayso' spring limo
When ever'th'ii' is groiu';
Med.liT larks n tnnin' up
An' prairy roosti rs crowiu".
riiivrr-Jskiiiimin' 'cross tho plow land
Kill di nrii tlii-keriii' 'round the sl'ugh.
Thetf Uor littln piper-snipes they're
Sort o' iKibbiu' 'nuiild there too;
An the c.tt bird snd the robin
loe A daily concert free
W hilo Hie r.'.I li a I driiiui na encoro
l'roin tho old dcd 'pie Ire:
l'i e rulliu' from the gntf l'ot
t-uilK a-hi-lliu' in the whitt
I'-.m' n:;h rvi r'thm' i kinlu'.
l.r in biiiliiii' that ye me t.
An' lli.'in fns lm Is on the willera.
An' tie ilogaocls lilnomin' hile.
An tli" r d lm. Is. nn' the Imw I loom.
Ml.. a mighty purty iht.
An' tin ht.-. .iimII their ha.ld rs
?.!. lit.- fnrkli-s .a th Kri-und.
An" lh' si:ntiine Mir-alin' lbrHjU Vu
S'i rn i t.-r lie a himlin' "n'unj
Jit l r t.r k Ibe dii.-;
Vk line ilir l-r.- . m hi riu by
I i aJHH Vtr I U lr-x ti'l"
I a t' liiu. tin-
An' Hi Jtv. amaj up var.d.r.
S- ij. I:..m i fn a i.psf l ini.
A if fuT . cM"ii 'iiitr
111 l-.p p vi. l.r. it aix-v.
An ti. . l.i.l- ll.M .1--t a ii it
W h.t a ari ni a Mru.
t i I j t m Irt f i an' -ltvr
I. 1 ll.c fr.u ra.Mk A a Jrr!ll.
l.Vi I'll t it lli -uth
In IS .Tf-. .(I ' f?n.
Mi.. i-l!i'V J ..rti-.jin.i-.isiM
l a r"i"i" i ' t! .
V I:. ' t .Ut 1 ;ti 1 1 w TO
H' Ir- li. ia t? i-r
I-t ! i ilml i. "t- a U-Ur'
Like a Laby Iu IU ni-ep
Like ter jeM lay down nn' listoo
'i'er the JitubloJ. Joyful rhyme
Till ' think that imtur' knp' a ncbool
Au' that this 'ui recoai tiwo.
Tlio Strike Over. Naylk-ntlon of the
Tilmtj-. Ileal Ebtalo Tramactlou.
A business meeting was held in tho
roomsoftho Board of Tr ido Saturday
for the purpoHO of diucusbinp; the
feasibility of making the Trinity
navigablo between Dallusnnd Qahos-
tou. All present thonght it practic-
able provided the merchants of Dal-
ian could bo sufficiently interested to
raiso tho money to cut the channel.
MisB Jennie Calef and ber com
pony aro now playing the comedy
' . llT . .
drama of "Kathleen Ma vonuroen at
tho Oak Cliff snminor theatre. Pub-
lio opinion is very. much divided in
rnrrard to the histrionic abilitv of
legara 10 me nisinouio aoimy oi
tho little actress.
Tho Elm street cable road will !
doubtless bo in running order in time '
for the next fair. The present mnle
force on the Dallas circuit street rail-
way will shortly be changed to an ;
electric power nnd will give the pub-
lie better servico by four trips per
hour inblend of one as now.
Whether Jay Gould's visit to the
Queen City caused real estato to go
up 25 per cunt. ns was prcdietoi by
a leading D.tllasite certain it is that
a corner 50x100 feet on Mam street
was sold for $65000. A man would
not need to own but a few such
corneru to bo classed with tho "money
kings." Surburban property is
high and hardly a week goes by
that ono does not hear somebody
lamenting the fact that ho did not
buy such a piece of proporty when
it was offered to him "so cheap."
Spouking of real estato transactions
calls to mind the unusually good
luck of a hogro woman living here.
Many years ago when Dallas was in
her babyhood this woman bought
Bomo laud from Capt. Lommon for
which she was to pay $400. She has
already sold $25000 worth from the
original tract and has part of it left
still Right good investment was'nt
A party of business men from
Dalits with their wives Gov. Rose
and other well known Texans loft in
n special car for tho purpose of in-
viting ex President Cleveland to
como to tho fair. From accounts
they aro having ft royal time.
During tho past two weeks the
sound of tho hammer has not been
hoard paiuters and paper hankers
likewise wero ou a strike. Satur-
day at noou tho matter was settled.
The workingmen gained their object
in striking which was shorter hours
find tho eumo pay.
Bellamy's solution of tho labor
problem iu "Looking Backward" is
ono of tho best articles that has ever
been written on tho subject. The
theory is certainly beautiful whether
it is practicable or not is a question
for futuro ages to solve.
Mr. Bellamy divides life into three
periods! viz; from infancy to tho ago
of 21 is the first period and is do-
voted to tho development of mind
""nnd educational purposes from 21
to 45 is tho working period from 45
till death is the timo of rest and ease
generously supported by the Nation.
Who would mind crowing old under
such a soul-satisfying condition of
ufTairb? Will it over happen wo
wonder? None can tell but 'tis a
consummation devoutly to bo wished.
Clemens for SI Ate Senator.
In our last issuo wo spoko of tho
itiiiiuim uuibiu u.iu i.iw mi" lub. i
duced in the last legislature by our
representative Mr. Cleinenn. The
bill provided a maximum freight rate j
for tho transportation of cotton Dales
in Texas. Under the provisions of
the bill a bale of cotton weighing
500 pouuds would bo transported
400 miles for about $3 20. The bill
passed the House nnd wan killed in
tho senate by a voto of 12 to 16. '
Dailey & IBro.'s
1.4.42 1296 iS
Dailey & 13 ro.'s Figure Store.
432 o 154 22
9 IJvOO 25
Dailey Sd Bro.'s
Dailey Sr 13 ro.'s
BROKEN OUT !
How often do we see this on the faces
of children and aha of people wither-
wise are healthy? What cause it? Bad
jjiood. The thought is terrible ; the
trouble la worse. No ordinary help can
remove tt It requires aomething un-
usua1' 1)0 no take cheap BareAparillaa
blood purifiers. You must have eome.
thing that has proven its power in both
experience in the English army as well
to the health vigor and life as Dr.
aJX: iK idbV drudste
jn aji parts of America. It w a good
pure honest medicine. Tryittc-day. .
Next week we will give our readers
tho bill ns passed in tho Ilouse
Mr. Clemens if ho wero in the
senate could we believe get a simi-
lar bill to the above through that
body nt least would moke a strong
effort in that direction. A law of
that sort would bo worth untold
millions to our fanners it is they
who havo to suffer the less from
Mr. Clemens favors a rail road
commission. He is not an extrera-
est in anything but is strictly a con-
servative man nnd his record in tho
legislature in 1879 and 1889 shows
him to bo 6trictly a friend of tho
masses. He ia n pqunre democrat
with no blot upon his political re-
cord If the gentleman would consent
to enter the race wo believe he would
get the support of tho entire dis
trict- And we know tho district has
no safer man in it for the position
of State Senator. Blanco News.
A Timely Book.
Confpiracy ngainst our Public
Schools. An Eyo opener By R.
Harcourt D. D. Introduction by
Bishop C. II. Fowler. 300 pages
with 35 full pngo illustrations by
Thomas Nnst. 50 eta post paid.
Address American Staudard Co. No.
532 Clay st. San Francisco Cal.
Tho prohibitionists met in Fort
Worth and nominated the following
For governor E. C Heath of
Lioutennnt-govertor J. M. Thoni-
ason of Carson county. .
For treasurer W. D. Jackson of
Commissioner of land office S G.
Mullins Navarro county.
Attorney-general J. B. Goff of
Superintendent of pubic instruc-
tion. Professor A Clark of Hood.
Comptroller S. G. Tomlinson of
Makes the lives of many people miserable
causing distress after eating sour stomach
sick headache heartburn loss of appetite
l faint " all gone" feeling bad taste coated
tonguo and Irregularity of
DiStrOSS thobowels. Dyspepsia does
After not gct weU ot ltself. it
requires carofut attention
Eating ftn a remedy like Hood's
BarsapariKa ivhlch acts gently yet efficiently.
It tones the- stomach regulates tho dlgos-
tlon creates a good ap- Sick
petite banishes headache
And refreshes tho luind. nOauacno
" I have been troubled with dyspepsia. I
had but llttlo appctlto and what I did eat
Ua(fl distressed me or did mo
if litl19 tooi. After eating I
burn would have a faint or tired
All-gono feeling as though I had not eatca
Anything. My trouble was aggraT.atcd by
Biy business painting. Last SOUT
spring I took Hoods Bar- stomah
saparilla which did mean oiomdni
iuinicnso amount of good. It gave me an
appetite nnd my food relished And satisfied
the craving I had previously experienced."
Geouob A. raus Yt'atertown Mass.
Bold br all drtiKKttU. g 1 : ilr for f J. rrepand only
byC I. HOOD A CO. Apothecaries 1-owell Km.
IOO Doses Ono Dollar
2$ So 40
L.105C i ict'rt-
Hod KocV. Figure
SPIRAL SPRING BUGGIES AND
r-ITSprinjTS warranted for ten years. Springs adjusted to
ur:t HnlMi Rnvlnrr TWo-v tho rider
mi uiw i--"". .. .r. . . .
if you nro not satisueil tuai u is
J. R PORTER Special Agent
BARGAIN :: STAR
EAST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE
Sati Marcos fexas.
Dry Goods Hats and Caps Hoots and
Bboea anil ritnpio nun r nncy
Otir eBtiihlishment docs not lay elnirn to
the hrillianey of a Bazaar nor toe ex-
panniou of an Emporium but we
claim to sell goods
AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST
-BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
! U08T t CLOTHING !
-FOB THE WARM WEATHEU-
WOOD & WILLIA1ISON.-
BOOKSTORE 1 NEWS STAND.
New Books and '.aunt Newnpipew and Periodical
a (.pccially. A full lino of Stalionrry
Triilent an well a reilent people will here
flnil what tlicy vrmit Iu the Uric- of piper rcil-
Ine malter elc. Call ami kea in
RIBBONS ! !
CLOSING OUT SALE
On Eibhons. The prices will astonish
jou. Come and see.
SI. A. RICHARDSON. Milliner.
-george w. knight
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER-
-SPECTACI.rS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS-
-STRIXGS AND TRIilMIXGS-
SEAR S. W. CORNER PLAZA
SAN MARCOS TEX.-
C. IT. STEELE & Co.
S. W. CORNER TUBLIO SQUARE.
Sarr Marcos Texas.
We have Mr. M. O. Keylick employed to
Jo our tin work ami anv contract uiada by
him U1 U MtUfactory to ns.
Ironipt attention piven to all order.
Al job work and repairing will receive
drouii.t atUntion. Guttering and roofing a
apecialty. hatUfoction guarantted
SAN MARCO! TEX.
Iakat run at4 free tcit) a4 limw
lkTl. liar r tlll ll ltnt.tr jar
G. K.. tar ra'"C - acrlSJ
i iir imp
Ktn HavLrr. fa'a-a Ym-
rk ' a. '. ('"iitihi art
-aira. .- t rw
tpntl lllliMiitrl IWu
f rM x " " '" 'a'al-rv
a tlraa.a . tfril nifta.
. .DEALER IN- - .
sits still and the Springs do tho work
.i.'lu -unn ntmr anw.
urn eusioou imiuK .u.
SCHLEY & j.JLF1S Proprs.
Have tho pleasure of announcing to
equipped for business. Everything
Besides Groceries they carry a full nnd woll ussortcd lino of
Tinware Oueenswarc Glassware etc.
All of which they of'Vrns cheap ns the
call nnd examine
1 v S
AUOLPH VCOES Prop
ADJiN'tNO norauNZ hotix.
S AN 51 A U COS 'J' E X A S .
The Choicest Fruits Cuu; -tiiiilly ou Hand.
Largo find Splendid Vurioty of
CANDIES XUTS. TORACCGS CIGARS
Arctic; Soda Watei" !
f'W IKK "OW EF.UAEI.B"
N&; Jewekr und Optician
And dualer In oil grades o( fl ck.' WatrTiaa Jewel-
ry Silvern are Fancy Oneida and fcollons
North Side "I tlie l'lnta.
All Rood warranted a repreaented all work to
give aaiinfactinn or money reluuded. All goodi
aold aa low II not loner thun can be b.iniilit elee-
wliere In Twins. JuS
N. E. CORNER TI.AZA
SANMABCOS ': ; : TEXAS.
Mrs. BILLINGSLEY Proprietress.
QHEDQLUB HOUSE IHTQWN.
ED. J. L. GREEN HAMMETT ITARDY
PBEST. VICE TBEKT.
E. L. THOMAS Casdif.b.
First National bank
I ira .Tl tUtON.
Capital Stock Paid Up $ 80000.
Authorized Capital - 250000.
A Renaral Raakica; Rmloeaa. Collections made
oa ail acceitl Dolnta.
crnii.i of llerchanu Farmen Btockn'B and
P. T. Tara-T. Jaa. 0. Brataaoa.
llawaaTT Oaanr. J. W. Kaca.
La. J. L. Gatia. llT2Slr
ST. LEONARD HOTEL.
Tiic citizens of San Marcos
and surrounding country arc
invited to call and make the
acquaintance of the "St Leon-
ard Hotel" when they have
Iiumt.css in San Antonio. No-
where in Texas can nicer ac-
commodations ln-tler fare or
more home comfort lc found
for $1.50 and $2.00 per day.
j Street cars and stages pass the
1 P'UFiS P. LoiTN-fEKY.
rait tbo load.j
uny rt opirai nsa it a day anj
ri'lnrn it nua fret vour mnnov
" - j-
tho publio tbat they aro now fully
in thoir stock is
cheapest for cash. Givo them a
goods nnd prices.
MARION in a brisiit buy 10 hwuls bigo
wei"hR 1150 lbs. Wns sired by the uotea
Mnrion of Kentucky ho by Black Rover
ho by the famous Eug!uh Derby of 10M-
Khirc England. .
IA Dam by Iron Duke; 2nd Dam "J
Flnmblctotiian; ;ird Dam by son of';Da!
Mes8cnKf r Duroo was by Diauied; u
Dam 1-y Young Uushou; fith Dam by lop-
galhuit; f.th Dam bv Jlambrino; 7tb U"
by Wui. ltysdj k he by Win. l.J'sdyH
MA1UON has the combinations of tn
best rnniiiu!? and trotting blood. MJ
cIoKuly relateil to tne Desi nuiuiuw
eliWh-ps in tho United &tate. '
Will Rtnii.l the season at FEED BItOWKS
Stablo San Marcos. Texas.
Thm hint nni friends and
customers for the liberal Pr
1 1 Liiu 1 1 1 l ' ' v-
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uvoii vie 1 or inv fjuvi yy r
TLo.Mn infnrni. 1IGII that I
.nave again maae ''"". .
' incuts for the agency ty ?
7)wp nml En rile riOlCS1-"
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great success also tn
Standard and Eagle Cum-
(CKICfO tuna- ' ;
Cormick Binders ana
ers and other first
..-.. ;..iJrim ntS IClllCI'
I III liking imjii"v j j
I offer at lew prices ami on
Jh fair and square deai
in T shall try to retain V
contidcjirr cf vvj frfn
Lirrso lil'Craily .
ioud und it is u ilh pnf
that T rfirr to f"""V
irho have stood 1J I0'
' the last 20 v firs.
Tb auVcrlber baa taken Ibe agency for
linn for -be abore old eaialilUhed and ''a".'!w
ery ar.d a HI enll on enr people aa far "''VL-
Orders may alfo be l-'l al Ibe meal '"t.
t lli.cera. Kv.-ryll.l:g la ll.e "'tVd
piled at reasonable prices. Aa to Ibe '"""J 4
tbeconceru re fern by.pennualon lo
I'tirjiS" "" imij
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Julian, Isaac H. San Marcos Free Press. (San Marcos, Tex.), Vol. 17TH YEAR, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 29, 1890, newspaper, May 29, 1890; San Marcos, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth295815/m1/2/: accessed June 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .