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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 23 February 1878

Free Press. BA.N MAHOOa, TBXAi. 'SATURDAY FEBllUAUf 10. Agmlii for (lie IVsm I'ren. Tb following gentlemen ira authorised tore clvo and receipt for subscriptions to the Fata I'ksbx In tlielr respective localltlee: A. Iltaton, Keq., County it large. Dsllcy A Ualluy, Slrlugiown. K. Murtludalo, Itartiudala. 1UJ. K. Knnce, MoinUIn City. . I,. liatomore, Cedar Valley. J, IVCeily, Onion Creek. W All poatmastors art alao authorlted agenta Subscribe for tho Free Press. ' You get the bran from your own wbcat, in full at Thomson's mill. Be sure ami briug extra sacks when .you go to Thomson's mill. . I'Oll XAjL.13. An extra large and fine yearling ealf. Call at this office. Yesterday was Washington's birth, day. We wonder how many of our people even thought of it See new advertisement and time ta ble of the G. H. & 8. Al llailway in our present issue. For Sale. A fine, large mule. Will be sold on a credit, with approved security. Ap ply at this office. Special Personal. Will the send er of...

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. — 23 February 1878

Two Songs. OK TDK imillCiK. The imiHot Uy) the river And Kloiillun tint lilll, 'I'lio KOIIIIll of Ichvbii Umti(Ulvor , Coiuca thru' the eruuliiK at 1 11. I Ii'iin thn lirlilffit-riill over, To Hatch thu KtiKimi rim hyj The riimmt luhhli cover; Tliry (flitter i-ailluiitly.' Tlny iimku unil liriikn 'i!h minute ; ItlKht riiiwitril rutin tliu xtrcHin. I mud it luanon III It, Tiinii Unit not lor it droinn. ON TIIK KIIOIIK. At hint, thn weary Journey o'or, i hoar tint lireukem ilitnh and ronr I'llllM that link iiowii.iiiifuthomoilHoa I'poii wIiimu waves I mioii must ho. Mast thou, ( sen, no other Htrnnd Kavu that on which I iloiilitliiKxtund? ilust thou, () son, mi other Hhoro -Suvu that on which thy IiIUowm roar? In vnln I In vuln! No answer mako Tlie iii(e thut urine unU lircuk. A inlxt of doubt falN o'er the Hca 1 conic, riMlntlexH Haven, to theo. iloitmt Traveller. The Trump's Hint. lie ahiilllcd In and took a chair, Then tlxeil on us a stony utaro U'o wrote away, unlieedliiK, Until t...

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. — 23 February 1878

A Clond Of VIIUMMi For nearly a quarter of a century Dr. 6afje'i Catarrh Remedy baa been acknowledged by the peoplo aa a poiltive cure for all catarrhal af fectlona. Ita great popularity with phyelclani and patients, together with ita conatantly-ln-creasing eule, attests. In arguments stronger than words, its healing power. If there be general or nervous debility and Impoverished blooil, Dr. Fierce'! GoUlon Medical Discovery should bo used in connection with the Catarrh Kemcily. Tbe following-named parties are among tho thousands who have been cured oj catarrh by tho use or Dr. Sato's Catarrh Rem edv : A. F. Downs, New Geneva, Pa. ; D. J. Brown, St. Joseph, Mo. : E. C. Lewis, Rutland, Vt ; Levi Siiriugcr, Nettle Lake, Ohio; Chos. Nor crop, North Clicaterllelil, Mo. : Milton Jones, Scriba, N. Y.l J. E. Miller, Bridgcr Station, Vyo. i J. C. Mcrriiiian, Loitaneiitirt, Ind. ;M. M. Poet, Lognnaport, lnd.;' J. Vv. Bailey, Tro mont, Fa.; K. 13. Ayrcs, La Porte, Iwl.; Jes sio M. Sears, Ft. ...

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. — 23 February 1878

ir YOU IVITI A KINNt TAKE IT. There' t Jolly leaon provorh That' pretty much Ilk thli I That man U half In heaven Wneo b baa woman' kiss. Bat ther' dinner In dd'aylng, And lh inin"i my lorikkt II Bo I loll ron,b.hlul lover, f you went klu, why tike It. 5ever let another fellow Sled march on you In thli 1 Hover let a laughing maiden Bee you (polling for a klM. There' a royal way of kls.lnf, ' And the Jolly one who make It Have a motto that li winning: . If you want a kiss take It. Any fool may faee a cannon Anybody wear a crown But a man mu.t win a woman, If he'd have bar for hie own. Would you hue a golden apple, You mutt Bad a trea and abaka Ir, U thing la worth the havlol, And you wast a klaa, why take It. Who would burn npon deaerl, With a foraal running by ? Who would give hie aunny lummer For bleak anal wintry akyt Ob II tell you thera la magic, And you can not, can not break It ; For tba sweetest part of loving Ie to want a klaa and take it. A Northern t.lri'n Opinion of Nou l...

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. — 2 March 1878

D rres I. H. JULIAN, "Prove All Things I Hold Fat that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR SAN MARCOS, tlAYS CO., TEXAS, MARCH 2, 1878, NO 17. VOL. Vll. San Marcos Free 3 b Free Press. I'UBLlSnED EVEttY SiTUUDAY BY ISAAC II. JULIAN, To whom a' I Letter nhould be AddreiMd. Opkice South side of Plow. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION ! On. y'. I" advance., J Six months " 4 " Tkr. month! " RATES 07 ADVRRTIBINO. On. iquare.oue Insertion $1 M I eaeh addition al Insertion under ou month, 50 , Pr aquare. " : I no. l mo. I moi. I H mo !Sqr' ' 1.H 111.00 MOO ; t.of 10.00 18.00 J.oo a 8.00 11.00 110.00 so.oo Leolm. .... S.00 16.00 B.O0 SS.00 e0.'.m U00 J6.00 B.OO 00.00 f " a6.oo 36.00 ooyo lotoo One Inoh In apace eonsuiuws a nu... Legal and trnl.nt advertising payable HrloUy n advance. .... .a ... iff. Insertion. Local noucen, w oi r" .n.nrlnr candidates for Office, OOUDtJ, f 6.00 ..... ... . 10.00 Obltnary notice! of over ten Hue. charged t dvertlslngratee. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Hewapaper. r F.8T TEXAS FREE PttESS...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 2 March 1878

uW1 ? ; I' t i ii :i ! .'1 : ' H lj. H.JITLIA1T, JSdltor. V j TUBLISIIED EVERY SATURDAY. CUIiliKNT TOPICS. TlIK Associated, rress gives mo suo- stance i of PresMlomi Hayes's letter to At- torney-fJcnoral Devcns in relation to tlio conviction of General Anderson, of the Louisiana Returning Hoard, although the full text has not been published. Tho President Is of opinion that the prosecution against General Anderson is wholly political ; that it Is nVft ooun tenanced bv tho best men of Louisiana; that the Droceodinirs were in tho interest of those who Htrive ,1(J', Unta'tinia tho twopartios in that State rather Ihuu 1 . to Jiannotiiiso thom : , und . that,, ?o far from receiving, the :approl.tion; of,, the country,, tho .act will bo condemned, by right-thinking and patriotic nionvery where when they become acjuainlcd with tho' wircumstancos attending tho prosecution, as a grave 'constitutional question may be involved, tn' which tho General Government may porhilps have tho right to' i...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 2 March 1878

' I. H. JULIA1T, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY ; SATURDAY. HERE AND THERE. ..U Servants receive the highest prices In the world In St. Petersburg. I On an average throughout tho year one railroad train a minute leaves Lon don. ' . Br some unaccountable mistake at a, recoh: wedding at WilliamsporT.Ta., the bridesmaid' was" married' lnstetfd of the Intended bride. ' ; m-i j: f.-u The city of Montgomery," Ala.1, pays tramps 25 cents a day for, working on the streets. The discovery Urts been made that some who are riot; tramps wore willing to work for that sum. , . H rm ma j lit ,i M.I, Capt. Malcom, 11. N., lately sent by the British Government) 'to assist .Egypt in tho suppression of the. slave iade in the lied , Sea, has been made a i Pasha, the fourth English Pasha in the Egyptian service. vnhr.V- ( The skeleton of ar.woinan; lately soTd to satisfy a claim for rent-aghlast the1 estate of a country .physifcian had in scribed upon it: .'V Miss Ida-Montague, aged 22 yeitilfc- Died Vf grief, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 2 March 1878

i, . ! 1 it f I Hi if i H ( i:: - """ - ..... .... J- -jUgMMwj 1S71 . SEVENTH IEaL 8. SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS fr io aeotlr . TWICE AS LARGE and eMUlM tODB TIME! M Back ftaadlof Mat. tor herelefor e. Bycomperleee.lt will be fon aearly ae large as tbe Cahtili'ti Doily JUrici, and lo eooulo about'as mock rending matter. ITDOwaiTM FULL GENERAL NEWS, H will tf LOCAL, e'lli'jatreao will need to lake ether mw paper. 'rric tha'iaaie-dnly TWO DOLLAEI jeer, poatago tml out aottar IV M-auBKCiritBE roit IT! Free Press. ISAA'O E, JULIAN, Editor. MABOda. TBXA SATURDAY.... MARCH 2. QtfJci'tti Juper o Jfayi ami Ufonco Vountie. Col.'Looan, thefotndorof the San Antonio Herald, died reoently in Falls county, Peace ban not been conoluded io the East Russia it having it all her own way bo far. Cardinal Pkoci has been elected Tope under tho title of Leo XIII. He ia highly spoken of. Hayes has vetoed, and the House re-enacted, tho silver bill. The Sen 'ate will in all probability also re-pass the bill over ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 2 March 1878

Free Press. SAN MA.ROOB, TBXA. SATURDAY., ..MARCH 2, Agent for Hie Free Ppcmk. Tb followltig gentlenieii ar authorised to re valvo end receipt for subscription la lb Fee i'uw In tlielr respectSv localities: A. Htaton, Rsq., County large. Dalley Dalley, Slrlugtown. . K. MartludaU, Martlndele. MaJ.K.Kauc, . Mountain City. i, U Buntii, Cedar Valley. I. D. Cdy, Onion Crack. tOT All itoatmuMratrt alas authorised agent HOME NEWS. Subscribe for the bbb Prkss. o Peach nod plum treei in full bloom. MiLLBT-fiKED new t $1.50 per bushel at Donalson& Johnson's. Some cold rains, nice for replenishing interns. BARGAINS at D. ft. Coohreham & eo'a hi every line of goods, for cash. Weather windy add variable, but seasonable. New arrival of bats, all styles and prices at Donalson'& Johnson's We btfve heard 'Corn being planted. of considerable Yon get the bran from your ""Wheat, ia full at Thomson's mill. own . See new notice of valuable Mill prop erty for sale in our Ileal Estate adver tis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 2 March 1878

1 H! I 'i All's Well. , f( , . , . vr Tlio Uuy In onilud. Kro I lnk to sleep, My wunry nplrlt leeki roHi In thlnei- Fathorl forgive my treiiiiw, and keep- TtaU little lilt pf mine. With !oviii kliiilnowi ourtuln thou my boil, And cool in rent my burlnK iHfriin Imt; lliy pardon be tlio pillow for my lioud Ho ahull uiy nlouli bo iwtet. At pnnco ltli ull the world, dear Lord, and . mm, ' , " n 1 1 . -, ' No inirn Iny smil's unwavoriiitf IiUth can ulinltn; All' well; whichever slim thn grave for mo Tlio morning light rntiv lrouk 1 , . -, Harriet McEwtn Kimball. Jlrtllad. TUkiu In h gnk4i?W(MMl irtwrC tlio. river run Und-ir tlmlninjhri tliiU SluulflW hitlM lj And IJju, MUwvrt.niH,uWJf';ifV,)'lir. uiniib'lii ,'. . . ' ' Around whom uru, clinging. t)io robos ol ijiiOe..- , ' WhlihVr'lii4i yllv;biil a UnluflUilJi Wkvi'.U by. tltu, wutorvi(prUi treiiuilmm .. . - . W ' ". Tliroiixli tin; pulses ol Nature a douth-buut in throbbing, Kiich. tr.,.UUo. ftliull, o'or. wye1Uiigs Anil Iroiii tliuliir...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 2 March 1878

FOflTY-FIFTH COJTGRESS. ' la the Senate, on the 12tb, Sunulor Morrill, from tbe t'ouiuiltloe ou Flnauoo, reported fa. vonibly on tlio llouso Joint rueolutlou de claring that a ruduetlon of the tax on distill ,,i ulrlts i Inexpedient. Senator lliiinsl.lo from iho OoniinltteH on Military Affairs, re-liu-ied with iiinuiiilinundii tliu Kminto bill to remove) nil restrlotions now exWtlnp; lu re. mtrd to tlio enlistment n( coloi-eil cttiznus in 5i,T mm of tlio United Stntes Army. 1'lueed on tlie eulendur. Senators Mnxey nnd Cockrell of tlio committee an. iioiiiH'rd tlmt they did not Hsrree will) thi majority of the coiumittoo. The SuiiHle bill dlroi'tliiK tlio Heuretiiry .of the Troiisury to pnrcliitxo certain property of the Kreedium'n hvIiikh und Trust Company, lor iho usu of the I'nitod States nnd for other niiriHiNra, wns passed. It iippi'Dpriutus J2750UO for thu puruuuso of tho r'reeilnien'a llitnk lliil(llnK, now oeoupied liy thu De. mrimeiit Of Justiuo. Seuutor Dawu said the Commis...

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. — 2 March 1878

li 4 i !. i ii li! I. i '.. . '! n i if iS TUB DOWNWARD MsUOPB. Dowa llfa westers slops ilm 1 nm to tread toy looaly way Bshlnd tr ysors Isrsesr Bowb Bslbrs as en stsrosl dsy ; Ah, sa I sew Indesd slons f 1 thsre for as bo Irlandly fid t X willing sead wtaklB mj swst Ho living btlpoi it mjrside? Ho obo to sarly ylslon elaar, To ehesr, to bo1 I Ro mortal hind He llTtof obo no Irlsnd li near To ido mo o'er th darksu'd strand f Toi twaslly foil lu wsklng hoars, And dimly ooon sronnd my bod, It Bight, whoa iloop lbs form o'srpowsre, ArederllDg h tho world sails dead. They aro not deed! 1h.yep.sk to ms In aoctnto owoot and clear, Tailing of Joya that ara to bo, And of keeves that's avsr near, And loon tbla ssebly-bssltog haart Till eaaao tho pssslag lima to eoool, Spirit and body kindly part, Tho aoal oo wise of light will moanl. Ob.Jpyfal thMht t Oblvlslos bright I lba loaoly bomailsk soil to ckotr I Boaiala to Moos y spirit sight, That 1 may know lhaa orsr near Thaatbo dacllnlsg slops ...

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. — 9 March 1878

Marcos Free Prdss c I. If. JULIAN, "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Good." PROPRIETOR. V0L.V11. SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEXAS, MARCH 9, 1878. NO. 18. Free Press, PUBLISHED iVBBY SATURDAY BY ISAAC H. JULIAN, To whom a' I Letter should be Addreesed. Office South side of Plata. bates or subscription: n.. tear, la advance ? ? mi month " thrss mouths " 1 1 76 BATES OF ADVBMIBIKO. Oa square, on InurtlOB tl 00 1 sack addllloa. I Insertion under ona stasia, 50 eents par eaaare. . - "" "" I me. S moo. I 0 mas. 11 aioi ,-gagare ' 1.50 1 1 5.00 T.O0 $1100 1 ' 4.50 .0 11-00 10 no J . .0f 10.00 16.00 16.00 ? "' g.OO 1100 10.00 50.00 u aalm. ..... MO " 85,B0 .VMM..... 46(4 M40 J ; as oo I 55.Q0 ww loc.oo On Inch In inaoa constitutes a aqnara. Legal ' transient advertising payable elrlelly n adranca. notices. 10 eents per Una aaoh Inatrtloo, Announcing candidates for olaee, ooouty, 6.00 m TMitrlot or Stat offlcea Obituary notlcea of over ten line oharged at dvsrtlsinc rates. BUSINESS DIRE...

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. — 9 March 1878

, g.. njVLikv, i' SATURDAY, PUBLISHED EVKHi CUItRENT TOPICS TI...;n...l'riTivtf V.I. I. IS. fif TjOlllNl- I lvr.l'Kr.ar.iwJ ana, recently bad a protracted interview with the President regarding Louisiana affairs, and received tho assurance "IjjYegjjsteni. jrho meeting was pre the A'dmlnistratwnVas 0f a meas tt1 tntnrfnrrinna bv the United States Courts, or otherwise, with the action of courm ur hio ww 'u"" Louisiana, anfl'tnat whilqthe President regrotted tho prosecution of 'Anderson' and j Wells, it would np$ , alter .his course toward the State or, the people of Louisiana.-'"''It was a matter which involved their h6nor",' arid he trusted tboir honor:., Mr; ' Ellis' full? Wormed tho president of tlwi.jtoflditio' of af faire in Louisiana, jand (corrected what ho (Ellis) considered'.crrom and mis statements of Secretary" Sherman' and others in regard to tho Boturning Board trials. ''.,'. " " ,,' .' . The House Committee on Banking and Currency havb (Ibthorlzcd" their Chair man, Mr. B...

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 March 1878

I. JULIAN, Editor. 1 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY THE BRITISH IKON-CLADS. Description of Admiral Hornby's Fleet The Alexandra, Admiral Hornby's flagship, the largest masted iron-clad hitherto designed, is a central-battery hli) in the best sense. She is the first broadside armored masted ship built with satisfactory all-round fire, for, out oi 12 guns, four, including the heaviest, can fire straight ahead, and twO straight astern. On each broadside from (our to six guns can be used, according to the bearing of the enemy. So far as the fighting portion of the vessel is con cerned, she is a two-decker, unlike the six armored vessels of the Audacious plass. The battery consists of two Wool wich rifle muzzle-loading guns of 25 tons ach, and 10 of the same kind of 18 tons each, the former being a size not pro viouslv attempted to be carried on a broadside ship. To localizo, the effect of shells exploding between decks, the main deck battory is divided into two parts by an armored bulkhead. T...

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. — 9 March 1878

tearlAbaireeil Mo. Bm. Haaber.Aerea. 1873 v 1875 219 195 PUBLIC SALE OF LAUDS 70B NON-PAYMENT 01 TAXES. STATE 01' TEXAS-COUNT OP HAYS. Whieias, uo iU lourth day of March, 1878. 1 did. in fom Dli.nce with law aud by viriiw ot the Tux Itolla of Hoy. county, duo fur ttie ars hereinaner aitu. eise oeruiu ileal KmuM hereioulter desonbed as belonging to th owners wlioae names appear in the following net sou i-iiuo assessed to Bukuowu owners, aod delinquent lor smd years. lor the amoTjnis seuoriu. uow, tun , e proceed to iell at Fublio Outcry, to tur highest bidder for ossh. it the Cottrt House dour, in the town ot San Msroos, within legal hour., the following desoribed Heal Eslafc, se.icd and levied upon to satisfy aaid Tai. together with all costs that fatTe accrued or may hereafter accrue ihcreon. Homo oT Taipeyar. 738 Alexander J C 1 .1 nn I! 1 4I volume. v 157 640 Moow Mary D fll 4428 Author J W 51 111 Chandler 1 A&F W . 7: f'nrarm Dennis L.. 320 DayJ W..y. 267 213 Freeman W .. 23...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 9 March 1878

Free Press. BAN MA.RCOB, SATURDAY. .MARCH 9. Agmf Ar llie Free PrM. Tb following grntlemrn ar authorized to r v and receipt fur ub.crlptloiu to th Fmei Fa In thtlr rpellv loealltl: A. Ilinton, Bq., Dall,y 4 l)ally, It. Martlndale, M.E.Kance, J. UBaianiore, Coon I J at large. Strliigtown. MirtluiUU. JloinUIn City. Cedar Valley. Onion CrorV. nI. D. 0jr, ' All polm,tr ara alto auiborlaod (gent HOME NEWS. CoKN, we believe, hits beeo mostly planted. We stppone we oeed not call atten tion to the Delinquent Tax list. It will ccarccly be overlooked. For pure, home-made candies, go to Dunlnp's. "Hail, lovely spring, etherial mild ness," etc. It would seem to be com ing, sure enough. Jc8T received, Hata and Clothing, all prices and qualities. Donalbon & Johnson. The trst conBoription of "hands" to work 'the roads and streets within our corporation limits was made AIb week. "Substitutes" have been in demand. 8m card of B. F. Donalson in our advertising columns. It is worthy of epeoial atte...

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

In Altmtla. ' ' .. '.' ": 1 1 ito U a friend ihiiai lli nr tluiii.. 1 1 I . Ila thou ood fellow and.unilor ban. WlKirobav linutthmit-let mento . liut, timhl what ipttr? .llimi', I) Uian. Till In a bund Jin liuiiilli'd wiml, No nil ap tliyiHii, mill clink with ma; Out wltli lliy trmiulu thou liiwtiny word- lloi to friend hall tKt fortuoe. . Thirty yeurs mul'sturm win t ' I i 'I I Trailed pike1 In- t luilders-rough' "work thre-- x ' J Y ' , - . : I Hlonniiil fort, mu-kcil cltloa paa that by, Also tlid woipnn ilriiKKcd 'lM halrl TJiiirn must howililliir, I Htippoiin, , , Ho Iiiiir a klnn AMd peoples be; " , Marry, nir, 'tin H world of lilowii, ' ' Hut lii ru Ih a irliijid ual IlKlit Tur jtlioo. " Kreo lanafrni!boUir," run til 0iiK . t Writ by some iikulkinjr clin k, I wiif. U ' I uovor do poiiefitul buryhpcH wrong,, , , Niir kiHH a woiiiun. un' alio would not; , Never tnko puino but from tlio (louil, ', , That ar luiuf punt Hpiindlnk unlike ma, Who acok not your Kold, but good Instead,...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 9 March 1878

Best Expectorant Remedy OF THE AGE. 1863 I FIFTEEN YEARS , 1878 ' Since ttie Introduction of Allen's Lung Balsam. The Lung Balsam j equally efficacious to young or old. The Lung Balsam Will cure Colds, Cough, Asthma and Bronchitis, ' The . Lung Balsam,: ; If token in time, will prevent and oure Oonsump. The Lung" Balsam , b given to Children, for Croup, with wonderful . . success. . The Lung Balsam 1 ? ill1-" ,i Contain no Opium in any form; ii pleasant to the taste. . ' The Lung Balsam .,' Ii indorsed by the Press and the People. Publio i Speakers arid Ministers speak -i . in its favor. ; ; The Lung Balsam Should be nsed at the first manifestation of a cold or couch, and we will uuarnntee a oure if used faithfully, ao 7 .. ' i cordis to directions. . The . Lung (Balsam b sold by all Druggists and Medicine Dealers. J, N, HABKIS & CO., Props., CIMCIMJTATI, O. VEGETINE. REPORTS from OHIO. Sprinqfield, Omo, Feb. 28, 1877. , MR. H. It Stevens: I have sold tho VK3ETINB for several ye...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 9 March 1878

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