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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 9 February 1878

1 San Marcos Free Press0 I.H.JULIAN, . "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PltOPKIETOIl. ' VOL.V11. SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEXAS, FEBRUARY 9, 1878. NO. 11. .. Free Press. VUBL1S1IED KVEttY SATURDAY BY ISAAC II. JULIAN, To whom a' I Lettor should be Addressed. Office South side of Plaza. RATES OK SUBSCRIPTION t On year, lutdfuet. Six months " Thro, month! " M 00 75 RATES OF "ADVERTISING. Am innira AHA Insertion II 0 t .ach addition at Ineertlon under on. month, 60 o.nti per aguare. I mo. 3 moil. I 0 moi. I U mos 1 Square. ... 3 " ... 3 " ... 4 " ... u colm. . .. " I " ... $ 3.50 .B0 T.or 8.00 9.00 1S.0O t 13 00 20 no 36.00 30.00 36.00 80.00 10C.00 une mcu in Legal and transient advertising payable etrloMy -1. I a .nn.HhllAI 1 RflUtre. n advance.- .... . - ii n.r una each Insertion I.ocai nonces, r- . ..nAin-.ndldi.tei for odlea, oounty, $ 6.00 For Dlitrlot or State office 10 00 Obituary notice, of over ten lines coargou dvertlslng rates. BUSINESS DIEEOTORY. Kewspaper. t...

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. — 9 February 1878

1 1 I i .is i 5 I I: Ml $m gtarrojs w grew, I. B. JULIAN, Editor. ri.-RLISIIED EVERY SATURDAY, C U1UIEXT TOPICS CoKKKitroNiiKNCK hiu taken place between Ropresentutivo Glover, Chair- man of tliu Conmiittooon hxpomlitures in tlio Treasury Department, and Fresi dent Hayes, touching tho proposed in vesication of alleged abuses in said Do partmont. Tho l'residont assures-Mr, Glover that ho shall be clad to co-oper- ato heartily with tho committee in the proposed investigation, and assurance is given to all nubordinate ofllcers that the fact of thuir testifying heforo the committee shall not bo used to their prejudice In pursuanco of a resolution adopted by the St. Paul River Improvement Convention, a memorial has been prepared and presented to Con gress, asking for tho nec essary legislation and appropriations for the permanent improvement of the chan. nel of tho Mississippi River from St. Paul to Now Orleans. The amount askod for in a single appropriation is $2,000,000 and it is estima...

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. — 9 February 1878

M glarrw free I. H. JULIAN, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. SLAVES OF THE WHEEL. What the Sowing-Machine Bai Done The liondnffe of Women to Itunlea and Tucks. From the Philadelphia Weekly Timet. Whon more than a quarter, of a cen tury ago Eliaa Howe gave the sowing macbiuo to the world, civilization hailed him as the benefactor of woman. Hood had Just stirred the heart of humanity with his wonderful "Song of the Shirt," and the wrongs of the sewing-women were one of the social questions of the day. Men were ready to forswear linen and adopt paper collars and shirt-bosoms, rather than to "wear out human creatures1 lives. ". And so a great shout of thankfulness went up over this iron seamstress, which had neither bone nor muscle; which could neither ache nor grow weary this benevolent genie which was to make sewing a pastime and stitching but play. ' Alas for short sighted humanity! Who could foresee that the little finger of the new dispen sation should be thicker than the loins of...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 9 February 1878

SEVENTH YEaI W MARCOS FREE PRESS IT II HOW lltlll TWICE AS LARGE and contain! FOUIl TIMF.8 m much Beading Mat lur as heretofore. My couipariaon, it will b found nearly aa large a tb Otilvctttin Dttily Atwi, and to contain about mutli rCTilliiR matter. itkqw nivra FULL GENERAL NEWS, as Well as LOC AL, so Hi patrona will need tu take no other newt piper. Prloe tbo ma only TWO DOLLARS a faar, postage iraal bok't soaeow, au -HUHSCKIBH rUM IT IV Free Press. ISAAC & JULIAN, Editor. BAN MARCOS, TEXAS. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9 Ojjicinl Paper of JIays and Blanco Drad at last the Pope. The Texas newspapers are volun- tocriniT nominations for Governor. Throckmorton seeing to have the most YoiiHfH ho far. IT is reported that RuHBia has con eluded an uruiistioe with Turkey, tak ing tlio lion 8 sbnro ot course. this it is bi.'linved will nut give satisfaction to the other powers. Hon. S. B. Maxev has sent us a copy ol his speech on the payment of Uovurumeut Bonds. The speeoh takes the riglit v rou...

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. — 9 February 1878

Free Press. BAN MAROOS, TEXAI. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9. A (ppn 1st for the iVe IVeaw. The following gentlemen ara authorised to re ceive and reoeipt for subscriptions to tba Futta run lu (lioir respective localities: A. Htaton, Esq., County t largo. Dalley A Dalley, Stringtown. K. Mitrtimlale, Martlndale. JlnJ. E. Kanca, Mountain City, 1. L. Baiemdre Cedar Valley. 3. D. Caily, Onion Creek. aW All postmasters are alio authorized aroma HOME NEWS., Weather Bpriug-like. On ion Sets arid Union Buttons Kaykolds & Daniel. Thursday next is St, Valentine's day. Mr. Tate, of Stringtown, informs us that he is preparing to plant corn on Monday next. Pretty early. Da. Ebhard writes us that Geo. D. Russell, oounty attorney of Bastrop county, died op the 2d inst, of con sumption, leaving a wife and four young children. Query: "Why will men smoke common tobacco, when they can buy Marburg Bros. 'Seal of North Caro Una' at the samo price ?" Feb.fc -ly LANDRETH'S SEEDS. Full Size Papers, at five cents...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 9 February 1878

.'I !i '!. 1 ' f i i H:1 T ill :11 1 n A Farewell. II r WILLIAM CULLER II II T A NT. - O thou, wboM ctiirllid imuifo nooiiin A portion ol my lieurt, , WIiom oyea of light nmko Klud my Uiounis, Parowull, (or now wo pa it. The lull in iwelllnir I" tlio bay ' That bourn mo on my dUtunt way, Var years to rovo tlio Uroiiry son . Kor yours unci think of only thuo. Ynt will tlmt bouutuouH iinngo nmko Tlio ilroiiry koa Ion droiir, And tliy roiiieinlioriid Hinllo will wake Tlio liopo that tnimjileH (oar, ' Wlion I xhnll (uco tins toinpuHt'a wrutli, OrHtriiKK'o tlirouKli tlio dunKuroua path Wlinro tlio blue iouboi'KH, vast und atoop, Drifting and dunging, orowd tlio doop. Tlion, too, wlion linnvon with clonus is dark And wild winds Hwooptho valo, Wilt thou not think ( him whoso bulk Strives with the polar kuIu? Wilt thou not think, and softly pray Kor tlio Hou-wandoror fur away, That, all his tnllB mid pnrils o'or, Ills hand uiuy clasp thy Iiund once more? Hut Rbouldst thou boar no more of mo...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 9 February 1878

TIXZ TESTS THE MERITS 07 ALL THINGS. 1840 to 1877. For TlilrtySereB Yearn . Perry Davis' Pain Killer I Eu been tested In every variety of climate, aud bt almost ma Nation known to Aiaerlcaiia, As an External and Internal Remedy it stands Pre Eminent. Core Cholera and Bowrl Complaint. A FAMILY FRIEND ! No family ahonld be without PERRY ItAVIN' TKUKTAIII.K FAIJt HII.LKR, It can be given to tho In fant lor colic and to Uie alult tor rheuma tism. Tlira la scarcely a disease to wblcb It niaj nut b applied. It contains no laudanum or deleterious drug, but may ba used for tua various ailment of mankind, Cure Cholera TVhrn All Oth er Kesnedtea rail. It give Instant raUef to Aching Teeth InaecUoni ot the country where FKt'EIt AI AGUE Prevails, then li no remedy bald In great er esteem. ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM. REMEDY for CURING Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asth ma, Consumption, And All Throat and Lug A (lection. Indorsed by the I'i'ess, Physicians and Afflicted People. THV IT I , CONSUMPTIVES READ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 9 February 1878

1 n. I'm I it ! w. .oirarnixow. Buy, elay at bom, mj b.rt, tod Nit Hom.keeplngbe.ru are bpplt. 1 For Iboi. tht w.nd.r tbej know not where, Are .11 of trouble nd full of oara To atey bom U beet. Weary, end bomeelck, and dlilransd, Tb. w.nd.r EmI, tt.y winder Weet, And ere baffled, end betten, end blown .bout Br the wlnde of tbe wllderoeie of doubt To e7 at borne le beet. Then .lay at homo, vnj beert, ond reit The bird le iat.il In Hi neet O'or ill'tbit flutter thtlr wIdki and A, A kiwk le Hollering In the iky To .l.y it home U belt. Ftbruary Atlantic Ol'l HI Hell While they wore resting from work it dood vehtorday. Amos xaid : 'I hcah'd er white man reedio' in do paper dis mornin' dat folkes was batin' now whudder dere wuz enny hell or not?' Shucks !' said old Si : 'you'se got dat wrong cend fo'must, sho !' 'No, sah ; fat wui what he rod in de paper 1' , 'Whudder dere wua enny hell?' re peated Si. 'Yos, sah j whudder, when er man give out up hyar he went ter hell, cr jess dissolved t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 16 February 1878

San Marcos Free Press I.!H. JULIAN, 'Prove All Things 1 Hold Fast that which Is Good." PROPRIETOR. VOL. Vll. SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEXAS, FEBRUARY 16, 1878. NO. 15. Free Press. I'UBLISHED EVEttY SATURDAY BY ISAAC II. JULIAN, To whom n'l Letter houlJ be Addrewed. Office South side of Plasa. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION : flue year, l edvauc ? 12 Pix months I " Three month " 7D RATES OF ADVERTISING. On. squsre.on Insertion (I 00 1 each ddlllon. 1 insertion under n mtb, 50 nt pr square. I no. I 3 mos. 8 moi. U moi 1 Square. S " . :i " . 4 " . ;i colm, . i a.to 4.50 f.Of 8 00 0.00 15.00 35.00 $1100 Kl M 25.00 30.00 311.01) 00.00 10C .00 . . i. i .nA AAnatliiitAA a sauare. Legal and trau.lent advertising payable strictly n advance. .. .... ... in -.nta nor line each Insertion I.OCHI iiuvivc, r- Announcing candidates for ofHee, county, 5.00 a.... -).. WOO ror uinvriu ui Obituary notice of over ten line oharged at dvortising rates. BUSINESS. DIREOTOEY, Plew.paper. r EST TEXAS FREE PRESS, I. H. JU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 16 February 1878

I. K. JOLIAH, Editor. rUBLISHEIJ EVKliV SATURDAY. CUKKKXT TOPICS. Tiik pcaco preliminaries and armis tice wero signed at Adrianoplo on tho 81st of January, although no official an nouncement of the fact was made until tho 3d Inst. Tho six bases of pcaco are as follows : 1. Tho erection of Bulgaria Into a princi pality. 2. A wur Indemnity, or territory, In com pensation. 3. Independence of ltoiimanla, Sorvla nnd Montenegro, with an Increase of territory for acli. 4. Itcforms In Bosnla'and Horzcgovlna. ft. An ulterior understanding between tho Siiltnn and Czar regarding the Dardanelles. 0. The evacuation of Danublan fortcsscs and Krerouin. Tho news of tho signing of tho armistice was recoivod with great re joicing at St. Petersburg. Tho city was decorated by day and illuminated by night. At Constantinople tho nows was roceivod with signs of quiet satisfaction. It is announced that a conference of the Towers is to bo held at Vienna, at which all tho questions arising out of tho war wil...

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. — 16 February 1878

I. H. JULIAN, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, AMENITIES OF AVAB. IIow af cClrilan and Cuater Treated an Old Went Folnt Comrade. In the summer of 18C2, when Generals McClellan and Joe Johnston were com manding the two opposing armies in the attack and defense of Richmond, a freak of fate or decree of destiny ordered singular coincidence in the situation of the Northern and Southern cadets Custer was acting on General McClel lan's staff, and his former friend on that of General Johnston, each as aid to the commanding Generals of the Northern and Southern armies. On the 'day of the battle of Seven Fines, or Fair Oaks, the Confederate commander was severe ly wounded by a ehell, and his place afterwards filled by General Leo. Tho same Johnston's young aid was captured by the enemy while in the dis- charge of his duty, and taken to McClel lan 's headquarters as a prisoner of dis tinction: ' He had been known to the Federal General when at West Point, and being courteously recognized was...

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. — 16 February 1878

01 SEVENTH Ul SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS! it It KO AIODT TWICE AS LARGE and contains POUR HUES much Reeling Hat. tar a berelofor. 11 compirlnon, It will b found nearly aa large at the Uitlctiton Daily yew; aud to contain shout aa much raiding matter. a it now oiril FULL GENERAL NEWS, well at LOCAL, to lit patron will nead to takt do other nsws- paper. 'Price tho tarn only TWO DOLLARS a postage fraal non't aoaiuiw, yaar, n-SaUIIHCHIBB IOH IT! ft Free Press. ISAAC 2L JULIAN, Editor. BAN MAF1OO8, TEXAS. 'SATUUDAY FEBRUARY 10. Official Paper of Ilays and Munco tountaii. An India Pioneer Tho liillowiog, from the Richmond, Ind., Palladium of some two mouths since, wo laid by lor the purpose of copying, but it bug gone over till now, The tenerablo subject of the notice in atj au in ot ours, a sister of our lather, who, with a brother, tod her husband three stalwurt young men from North Caroliua cleared away the heavy for lCht where the principal part of the flourishing city of Richmond now Htii...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 16 February 1878

Free Press. SAN MAROOS, TBXA6. SATURDAY FEBRUARY Agi-nt for lite l're Prfnn. Tbv following gentlemsu art authorised to re. crtve ami receipt fur eubcrlptious to tbe Fak Hun lu lliolr respective local! tlo : A. Hmton, Ksq., County al Urn. Dalley A Dalley, Sirliigtuwii. it. Nartludale, Martindale; JlaJ.K. Nance, Mountain City. J.I.. Baieniura, tjedar Valley. 'J. D. Cady, Oolon Crick. SST All poatmaatere art alao authorised agente HOME NEWS. Subscribe for the Free Press. Ths Free School trill about seventy-five scholars. averagoa Onion Sets aod Ouioo Buttons Ravnolds & Daniel. IIehearsals for a dramatic perform ance, we learn are in progress at the Hall, Query: "Why will men smoke common tobacco, when they can buy .Marburg Bros. lSealof North Caro Una,' at the same price?" Feb.2-ly All the favorite No's, of The Lake side Library lor sale at this office Also, the late leading newspapers, magazines, eta. A new pavement has been construct d in front of Stein & Gieseu's and Mrs. Wi...

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. — 16 February 1878

Not Dead, but Itlncn." 'VIIOM TUB AIUIIIU. Iltiiail at lliu moniorliil Hnrvioes to tlio Into Kmimol llowlim, ut HnrlimnVld, JIiuw., by C'Iibi Ibh piidley Warner.) Ho tlmt dioil ut Axiin miikU TIiIm to comfort nil lliu frloml: Faithful frlundNl It lion, I know, J'ulo uuU wlilt" mill colli iih snow; Anil yo hiiv, " Abdnlliili'ndmid I" WiM'pliiKiit tlio flirt nml Ix'uil. I citn m your fulling tours, I cun Iieiir your hIkIiii una prayers; Yet I ciiilli) nml lilicr tills : 1 urn iini the HiIiik you 4'iiumo your team, ami lot it llo; It vim inlno, It In not I. Sweot friend! wlint tlio women luvo, Cor tlio lut sloop of tho Itnivo, Ih a hut which I um iiilttinK 1 a Bunuon t no morn llttliiK, Ih u ouko from wbloli, ut liutt, I.lkn u Mid my hoiiI Iium pwtnod. livo tlio iiiiiiuto, not tho room Tlio winner, not tlio K'trli tlio pluino of thoouKlo, not tlio liars 'I'liut ki-pt nlin from tlioao splendid h turn I IiyliiK frlomlHl lie wIho.ahiI dry Ktmiiflitwiiy ovory wniiplnit oyo; , What y lift u...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 16 February 1878

FORTV-PIFTII CONGRESS. In the Senate, on the 30th, Senator neck called up tlio resolution submitted by lilm last work, duolm-lng It unnecessary or Incx poiUont to maintain or Impose taxes at this time tor tno purpose oi proviuinn ior ii.nw, tus in asked for bv tliu Huorutury of tlio Treiw ury (or a Kinking fund, and spoke In fitvor of pilsSlUlf UIU luwiimiuii. i mii mu eum-iu sion of Senator Ileek'a remarks tlio resoli! tlon wits laid over, and consideration ro mined of tlio unllnlHlicd business, be Inir the Sliver bill, and Senator Wallace spoko in favor tlioreof. He wax followed by iSoniitor imwea in opposition to tuu uiti. tn miir CiiiiK'ion (Win.) submitted an amend incut to the Sliver bill no an to provide that a dollar sunn consist oi 4'-'iKriiiiis siiimiuru su viir. instead of iViyi KraiiiH. Urdorud printed, Senator Hiirnsldo submitted an amendment to tne eiuiiso uuuiiiriiiu; unit Bam iiouar sunn bo Uiu;iil tviHiur ior an ucms, puouo una. pri vate, no ax to lirovldu that it s...

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. — 16 February 1878

t 4 :! i i s A sudden rise in the matrimonial market romiods odo of our Texts ex changes 6f tho lines of Col. Miles O'Roilloy on the "fall" of certain "eo' ger boys" after tho war : And M tbsy fall, tbs jrouoit, the prowl, Ik gsy and festive etuaes fill, An erange wreath, instead of shroud, A ring In Ilea of mini bill And ntn wbo'ye faced the ee noon's ror, How yield to ruffled chemisettes, And lion heert bow down before Rom twilled, frilled pair of ptnttleltei. SucRCwtlona to Teio farmer Editor Free Press: I lately road an articlo on tho relative value of oats and Indian corn as articles of com merce, and also as food for Btook. It was clearly proved that raising oats pays the farmer better than raising corn Analysis proves that there is more nutriment in oats than in com, take equal weights of each. Next, it requires less labor to raise oats than corn, especially now with our reapers and threshers, and a good crop of oats in Texas never fails ; it is not liable to the destruction ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 23 February 1878

5an Marcos Fee wess I. II. JULIAN, 'Prove All Things I .Hold Fast that which Is Good." PROPRIETOR VOL. VII. SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEXAS, FEBRUARY 23, 1878. NO. 16. Free Press. VUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY ISAAC II. JULIAN, To whom Letter should be Addressed. Office South side of Plaza. UATEr) OF 8UH8CRIPTI0K; naeyear. In advance f lx months " " rhN. mflnLhl 11 75 RATES OF ADVERTISING. On. aquars.on. insertion 1 00 1 each addition al Insertion under on. montb, 60 etnt. p.r square. I mo. S moil. mos. I M 1 Square i " 3 " . 4 " . U eolm. . 'H " 1 " . 2.50 I 6.00 4.50 1 S OO T.df 10 00 8 no I li oo son j 16.00 15.00 I 25.00 35.00 35.00 i too lioo 13.00 10 00 15.00 36.00 lo.oo xo.eo 35.00 35.00 45.00 (10.00 6l CO 1OC.00 One Inch In pace constitutes a square. Legal and transient advertising payable strictly n advance. i n.! notices. 10 eents per line each Insertion. Announcing candldatea for offlde, county, t 6.00 For Dlstrlo or State offices, '"-,,u Obituary notlcei ol over ten lines char...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 23 February 1878

I. E. JULIAN, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. C UIUtKNT TOPICS. Tiik English IIouso of Commons on tho 8th voted tho supplementary appro priation of 6,000,000 asked for by tho Ministry. Tho voUs upon division stood 328 yeas to 124 nays. Previous to the voto being taken, Sir Stafford North cote, Chancellor of tho Exchequer, com municated to tho House tho Information that the Hrltish fleet hu4 been ordered to Constantinople for the purpose of protecting British lifo and proporty. Ho also communicated a summary of the terms of the armistice, as given by Minister Layard. According to this tho lino of demarcation fixed by tho armis tice )) laces in the Russian hands almost all of Bulgaria and Koumoliu up to the lines of Constantinople and Gallipoli. Three days' notico is to be given before the resumption of hostilities. Another article of tho armistico stipulates that tho Turks are to remove their arms, etc., on evacuating places with in ' the neutral zone which will divide tho two armi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 23 February 1878

I. H. JULIAN, Editor. TUBLISIIED EVERY SATURDAY. The Papal Funeral and Election. There is no reason to suppose that what may be termed the established post-mortem programme will be chang ed in the present case. As soon as the death of the Pope has been formally cer tified and proclaimed the bells of all tho churches in Rome will toll, and the ofll cial known as the Cardinal Caniorlcngo will assume authority as a sort of Papal Regent. Twenty-four hours after death tho body will be embalmed, carried to the Sistino Chapel and ( robed. Tho re mains lie in state there three days.when they will be removed to the Chapter's Chapel and inclosed in three coffins securely sealed, and then placed under tho dome of St. Peter's. Tho funeral ceremonies continue nine days, and during tho last three are exceeding ly imposing. At their conclusion the triplo collin is deposited in a small vault in the wall of tho great Basilica some distance above the floor, where it is kept a year, and then transferr...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 23 February 1878

I 1S7S. m MARCOS FREE PRESS! It IS HOW AlOUf TV ICE A3 LARGE and conl.l. i POUR TIMES "! B'og Hat. ter heretofore. 'By comparison, It will b found nearly as large the Galtfta Pally Xf, and to contain bout much raiding mter. it now aim FULL GENERAL NEWS, as well u LOCAL, a III patroni will need to teka no other Dew. piper. '"flea tho lame-only TWO DOLLARS year postage iree i DON'T iOBROW, IDT Free Press, ISAAC a JULIAN, Editor. BAM MA.R009, TEXAS. BATUHDAY FEBRUARY 23. Official Paper of liny and Blanco Counties. A I'uiNTKiicnn fin J work by apply in soon at thin office. Tho nilver bill has passed the senate by over two thirds majority Capt. Rufus Kino, ot Leo county wo learn baH many Irioud.s in this part ol tho country who would bo pleased to have an opportunity to support him for tho officii ol State 1 reasurer. George r. Paschal, formerly of Texas, a well known legal writer and advoc.ite, author ol the "Digest of the Liiws of Texan" iiud other important legal work, diod at Washing...

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