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

San Ma Free D ress I. II. JULIAN, 'Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR. VOL. VII. SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEXAS, MARCH 16, 1878. NO. 19. rcos Free Press, VUBLISIUCI) KVliltY 8ATUDAY BY ISAAC II. JULIAN, T wliom uM Letters should be Addressed. Office South side of Plata. UATF.d OF 8UI18CRIPTION: oe year, m advance ? ? ai Mfllltha 1 V, litre, rooutha " n BATES OF ADVF.RTI8INO. One square, on. Insortion 1 00 luh .ddltlen ( ui.riioii under one month, M ciwi rr square. I mo, 1 1 mo. 6 met. 18 tt.c 1 Square.. 1 " 4 " ; eo'..:. . f - : ... J.50 t 6.00 I 7.00 t 11 0l 4.IIU 1M 8 00 9.011 15.00 8.00 1 11-00 10.00 1 1S.00 13.00 10 00 15 001 16.00 20 tin 25.011 a."o 35. 0 on.na lot .110 25.00 1 45.00 USUI) 35.00 1 JH0 0ni.i:b in space constitutes square. U.il and transient advertising pavabllrl;ii:j n ad, aim.. Locui lotioK, 10 cents per line ..eh Insert. ADiu-ii.ici tiii candidates for olBe., county, '. '0 For IHatriui or State offices, I'-'1'' OWi.i!i'y .lotlcet ot over...

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. — 16 March 1878

I. H. JULIAN, Editor. PUBLISHED EVKV SATURDAY. CUHKENT TOPICS. Latk advices from China give partic ulars of tho terriblo disaster that recent ly occurred at tho Tienstin Kongo House, in which tho fumlnc-strickcn refugees from tho Northern provinces had assembled. Tho building took lire, and of nearly ii.OOO peoplo in tho build ing only about 100 escaped. Owing to tho extremely cold weather, many of tho rnfiicoes wore frozen to death, while thousands aro suffering from insufficient accommodation and lack of food, wnicn eun not be Bunpliod in Quantities to . moot tho domand. Charles Uudd. of tho China Inland Mis sion. at Wuchung, who has recently visited tho famino-stricken Provinoo of Shensi, writes a heart-rending account of thn suffering ho witnessed. The Gov ernment's effort to supply food and as. sistanco is to a great extent nullified by tho dishonesty of oilicials. Children aro sold by hundreds by their starving r.ni-ontjj In the lartre cities of IIou- chencr and Puehing rising...

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 March 1878

t I. H. JULIAN, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, TIIE CALIFORNIA CHINEE. r.lebrntlon of the Celestlnl New Year by the llaatlien nt Oakland A gunila)- Ncltoul lu run nun. ronkluiiil (Cal.) Correspondence Chicago ' Ttmcs.l The Chinamen celebrated the advent of their Now Year "allee same as Meli can man" his independence, with tom toms and crackers at midnight, and to day many a fair hand has reluctantly turned to homely service in the absence of John, who has gone to celebrate. Our own Celestial said, "I not go this time ; I spend heapee money last year, I heapee foolee;" but a chum came along, and he could not resist the' pros pect of a few clays of jollification. The Chinese Y. M. C. A. kept open house during the day, and this evening their doors were thronged with Caucasian visitors. The appearance by gas-light was very pleasing and especially novol to a newcomer, fresh for Yankeedom, In the centre of the room stood a table laden with Chinese fruits, confectionery, and curiosities...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 16 March 1878

seize the that 1 at tUO lovicd have Vr Due. 1873. 1874 1875 10 id 10 185 i 213 20 5 r. 1 r 81 1 7S 197 1 10 PUBLIC SALE OP LAND3 F03 NON-PAYMENT OF TAXES. STATU OF TKXAS-C'OL'NTl' OF HAYS. din fourth tliiv (it Murch. 1873. I did, in com jilUnnn will! Jaw uud by virtim A,t fnr the vears huruiuulter stated, levy upon uud certain Real h'sluto licrei titii iho owners whose Dames appor.r in ihu JoIlowiiiK hm, uuu laiius nsseescd to uukuowu owners, and deliiKjuuuts lor said yours, for amounts net forth. ow, this shall mi thu siu;().I) DAY OF APR nrocecd to soil at Publio Outcry, to - . j . i. . UOUrt IIOUSQ floor, ID lt:u Imtim tlin followinc dexcribed upon to satisfy said Tux, accruoJ or may uereaiier Hccrue Abeiracll No. I Nuniber.Acros. Name of Taipayer. 73S Alexander J C 1 275 Carpenter JuoO 1S7 (Ull Minim Slarv D 111 4428 Author J W J nomas u uriy.. 61 211 Chandler I A&F W.Thos Crenshaw.. 738 Corwin Dennis (Jon Herdman.... 5120 Day J W W Dunbar 207 213 Freeman W V W White 230 558...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 16 March 1878

n Kree Press. MA.H003, TB3C.. SATUHUAY MARCH 16. The following gentlemen are authorized to re ceive and receipt fur subscriptions lo the Faaa 1'easa l their respective locsiitte.: A. Iltatou, K.q., County tt large. Strlnglown. llartlndalo. Mountain City. Cedar Valley. D.lley & Ualley, K. Mtirtlmlnle, MaJ.K.Kauco, J, llatcniure, J. D. Ca.ly, Onion Creek. 0W All pnirmaMer ari aim authorized agent. ECOE NEWS. Wanted to iiuy a good Milk Cow. Inquire at the Fkke Pkkss office. Feed and Seed Cotton at the Flour and food Store, Some forty pari ong dined at the It-avis House on WcdiiEedoy. Go and see the new Prince at Fry's, be sells thorn cheap. In oar rides about town we notice a gcaeral "fixing up" going on. If you need an v thing in the Grocery line, Fry has it. Court. But little has been done so for. Report in our nest. Donalson & Johnson are' ''ail;- rdjeiy in? their spring stook, which in point ef quality and prico cannot be exoellod Full line of notions, Hosiery, white goods ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 16 March 1878

The Lily. I saw the lily pule mid perfect grow Amid lu silent sisters in tlm mead. Mothoiight within its clillly depth to read A iiiHil!iily severity, n though A cool young Hl lay slumbering in tlio snow Of ilN frull substance. In that clialleo white Whoso fiilry texture shone against tlio light An iiiiuwiikcucd pul.'O bent mint und blow, And I remembered, love, thy coy disdain, Whim thou my love for thou liudst first di vini'd; Thy proml, iihy tenderness too proud to feign That willful blindness, which Is yet not blind Then toward tlio niiii thy llly-lllo I turned Willi sudden splendor flushed It's chiillco Inn lied. . . Hoyum, III Scribntrur March. "Too Lata." I Kit und nip my dhurry wine, llosido tins blazing tiro; 'TIs very old, 'tin very line, A vintage to lusplru Such fancies an it loo might weuvo, And, weaving, strike his lyre, f Kip the wlu, hut would you think, To hear the glasses' rhythmic clink, I'm grumbling oven while I drink? It noine too lute, too lute, I miiKC, '1'Ii...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 16 March 1878

FOItTY-FIFTH COXGltESS. In the Scuato, on the SOth, Senator Ferry, Uepiibllcan, was nominated and elected Pres ident pro tcin,, by a vote ol ft) to is. A mo tion to substitute the name of Senator Tliur man, Democrat, was rejected by tho suiiio vote. Senator Davis of Illinois voted with tlio Democrats. No business of general In terest was transacted In the House, Mr, Steele, from tho Committee on Agriculture, reported back the bill for the appointment of a commission to investigate the origin of and the best means nf destroying the cotton ariny-woriu. Tho bill appropriates $ln,000 for expenses of tho commission. Kcferivd to Committeeof tlio Whole. Mr.Chalmersmiide quite a lengthy political speech in reply to one made by Mr. Uurtlcld lust week. (ion. Ilutler spoke upon tho currency iiestlon, de claring himself for full restoration of silver to the coinage. In the Senate, on the 27th, Senator Alli son introduced a bill to providofor tho entry of lands by Indians under tho Homestead law...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 16 March 1878

wind into tho sweet, internal harmony .,f roviilntirm: with this dclieht, each passage ohimioir with, and illustrating tlio otners aim men caiishvuvu without niymiiied passage, uot a link -I-,., hut wlmla coimmct conoo- JllllUlicv., " " f- nance of full, complete wisdom. May tlio epirit of wisaora press every do linvlnir mind mnootbly into this chan nel; that 1 may live to sco Christ s Kingdom on oartu in tne nanus 01 t!m.m wlin understand it inside heau- ties, sweets and joys to perfect liberty in Christ Jesus, ana oarui mauo an glad as when the ancient 01 days oia nit," and the two witnesses prwidinir, ml In full nosxessionof the Kingdom. I imrnoso at some future time, if not anticipated by a wiser head, and more Jcisuro penman, (riving as a sequel to Tim KnillpM Hell Muddle Analyzed a critical synopsis of the substdnc.i of ancient prophcoy (tnrougn mis chan nel or method of interpretation, es pecially the sublime visions of Daniel, with their czaot verification, as wit uessed and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 23 March 1878

San M 3 s Jbree fess I.H. JULIAN, 'Prove All Things t Hold Fast that which Is Cood." . 3?HOPIUETOR. VOL. Vll. SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEXAS, MARCH 23, 1878. NO. 20.. Free Press. VUBL1SIIKD EVERY SATURDAY BY 1SAAO II. JULIAN, To whom u'l Letter should be Addressed. Office South b'iJo of Plaza. KATES PF SUBSCRIPTION : One year, In ad vane... DIxroonliK " Tr. mouth. ..J no l . it BATES OF ADVERTISING. On. square, one Insertion SI 00 each addition , Insertion under cue month, 80 e.nt. per square. ' I mo. 8 moil. 0 mo. U mos 1 Square.. i " . a " . if col in . 1 t 2 60 , I 4.50 1.M . I H.00 8.00 , I 15.00 . I 1(5.00 S 1 00 10 S6.00 30.00 35.00 00.00 10C.00 On. Inch In space constitutes .quart), legal and tran.il.nt advertUIng payabl. .trlolly n advance. Local notice, 10 cent, per line each Insertion. Aunounolng candidate! for ofrl.., county, $ 6.00 For District or State offices, 00 Obituary notice, ol over ten lines charged at dvcrtlslnjtrate.. BUSINESS DIKECTORY. Newspaper. UrKSTTKXAS FREE...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 23 March 1878

I. H. JULIAN, Editor. PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY. CUKKKNT TOPICS. A IIakii Money League 1ms been or ganized In tho Northwest, with head quarters ut Chicago. Georgo W. Allis, of Milwaukee, is the President, M. L. Scuddcr, of Chicago, Secretary, mid L. G. Gage, of Chicago, Trcitsiirer. The announced object of tho organization U to secure concerted action against the Greenback movement, and to eradicate what the projectors call " false ideas of finance ;" but not to oppose tho working of tho Silver bill. Si'kakku Randall gives it as his opinion that Congress can adjourn July 1, the averago duration of long sessions. Ho says tho impression that tho Appro priations Chmmitteo is behind is a mis take, that tho work of that Committee is as far advanced as usual, and that no extension of the session will be necessary on that account. Others are confidant that there can bo no adjournment before August. Thk Kiverbill introduced in the House by Representative Gibson (subsequent ly introduced in t...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 23 March 1878

$m paw $m gwjs. X. H. JULIAN, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, HERE AND THERE. Dried and cannod fruits and barrels of apples are importantcxportstolireat Britain. Dr. Footc'sIIculth Monthly. The Papal palace of Castel Gandolfo, the summer residence of the Popes,near Albano, a village . 10 miles outside of Romo, Is to be restored for the recep tion of tho new Pope. A MR. Robert, of Dougherty, Ga., lit his pipe in his carriage the other day, and shortly after found the vehicle on fire. The whole concern was burned except the man, the iron, and the run ning gear. ; Foun well known bbn vivantsof Bos ton had a dinner at Young's the other night that cost $250. There were 13 courses and six kinds of wine, and it took the chef two days to prepare the banquet. ' A son of Senator Withers of Virginia is the first victim of base-ball this year, having been struck on the head with a bat slung by a player who was in a hurry to make first, receiving serious and probably fatal injuries. A biograph...

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. — 23 March 1878

1873 1874 1875 7- i:5 PUBLIC SALE OF LANDS FOB NON-PAYMENT OF TAXES. STATE OF IKXAS-UOUNTV Whkrkau, on tlio fourth duy of March, 1878, I did, in com ' pliaiico with luw aud by virtue ot the 'l ux. llolls of Jluys uouuty, duu lor tne youra iieruinniier ibk:u, iuvy uyuu uuu xuitu eortaiu Heal Kstitto hcruiiiiitlir described us boloiiijirijr. to the owucr whose names appear iu the lulluwiiijr 'id lands assessed to unkuowo owners, oik! dt;liufionls lor siiiJ years, or the ainouuts sot lorlll. iow, mis that 1 shall ou the KKL'OXl) DAY OF AI'ltlL. A. D.. 1S78. nrnnoftil to mill ut Public Outcry, ut tlio Court House door, in tlio town of Sun Mareos, within loKul hours, thy J'ullnwiui; deacribed Ileal IJstiUe, seized and levied upon to sitticly suid Tax, together with ull costs that have accrued or may licreaiter accrue 'Hereon. YeerAbetiaei M. I Uue.Nunibir.Acrai. (lame ut Taipayar. 7.W Alexander J C 1 275 Carpeuter JnoC 157 040 Moors Mary D Ul 4428 Author J V 61 211 Chandler 1 A&F 7.1...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 23 March 1878

Free Press. BAN MAROOS, TEXAB. SATUUDAY. ..MARCH 23, Agent for Hie I'rce Irf. The following gentlemen are author! if d to ra eeive and receipt far eubacrlptloiie to lb. Tun 1'hw In tlielr respective looattilea: A. lltatoii, Keq., County it Urge. Dalluy Oil ley, Slrlngtown. K. lUrllmlalo, Martindala. Ilaj. K. Nance, Mountain City. i. I.. Bareuiore, Cdar Valley. i. D. Caily, Onion Creek. XT All potmatr are alro aulhorlaed agepta HOME NEWS. Wantkdto buv a good Milk Cow. Inquire at the Ereb Press office. Geo. T. Malone new goods. has reoeived .his See U. S. tisenient. Internal-Revenue adver- We have a lot of fine paper suitable tor printing ball tickets, etc. Send in your orders. Latest New York styles for Ladies and dents at Malone'b. Both our irrigated gardens are start ing out more promising than heretofore. Teller's (formerly Bugley's) Mill is in complete operation, and is turn ing out Flour interior to none. He is a master hand at the business, and will give eatre satisfaction. Fou...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 23 March 1878

A 1'oor Mun'it Nonir. Ji'h l I it no Kitrcln nrnmr Miiim." VMaml. A ioor uii'l wretched miiiii uih I, Anil ho my wnyH iiliiiic; I wniili tin kIh1 K only onco A happy hour to own. In my dvur parent' humble cut I hh u merry rl.llil; Slum. I Imvit lanl them ill tlia Kruvn, No faun on urn hint mulled. I hi-o tin- rich man' iriiidi'ii lilooin, Iki III koIcI.'ii corn; .My life la ono unfruitful waste, N'i'KIccIihI anil Inrlnrii. In iilct pain I Invii to ntray Wlllll'l) Joy III I p.lOplt) HWHI'lll, And wish to all a " rllit nood day," so hearty and ho warm I o thou rich t.od, tliou leav'ht inn not (Jiiitti liixt In wou and fear; A comfort sweet for all tliu world O'uiflowH from liuavim hero. still HhliniH tho aim and moon and tttitrs. So full of lovo U mo, And when tho evmihiK boll rl"KH out, I pray, O l.ord, to Thno. Inuveiy littlo vMhro street, Thero vtuiiUa with Uftnd Hplm, ' Thv house, uud I outside may hear Thn organ and tlio choir. Some tiinn to all cold, hungry souls Thy doors wlll'...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 23 March 1878

Best Expectorant Remedy OF THE AGE. 1863 1 FIFTEEN YEARS 1878 Binoe the Introduction of Allen's kngBalsam. The Lung Balsam Ji equally efficacious to young or old. The Lung Balsam Will cure Golds, Coughs, Asthma and Bronchitis, The Lung Balsam, II taken in time, will prevent and cure Consump- tion. The Lung Balsam Ii given to Children! for Croup, with wonderful success. The Lung Balsam Contains no Opium in any formt is pleasant to the taste. . The Lung Balsam , Ji indorsed by the Press and the People. Publio Speakers and Ministers speak in its favor. The Lung Balsam Should be used at the first manifestation of a cold or cough, and we will cuarautee a . , cure if used faithfully, ao . cording to directions. The Lung Balsam Is sold by all DruggiBta and Medicine Dealers, J, N. HAEEIS & CO., Props., CIKCIXXATI. O. Vegetine FOR DROPSY. Csntral falls, H. I., Oct 10, 1877. DR. H. R. Btkvens : . It Is a nleuauro to slvo ray testimony for your valuable medicine; I was sick lor a long time...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 23 March 1878

The Tromp't Hint. H shuffled In and look chilr. Tbeuflxedonnt astonyslsro We wrote 7. unhesdlne;, Vntll tbt clock struck twelrs, sod lhn Wt asked blm, M wa dropped our psn, Well, lr, what ft job needing I "Ob, Bolbln' mucb I thought I'd cell 1 4 job kindly mention ill Tbe folk' joar Tlllsge vlslt And I thought 'twnM help AH Bp If job Should glva m Jost lloa or two TalB'l loo much trouble, Is It T 'Juit say, we're gratified to state Thel our old friend tod college nU, J. Bbensier Skloosr, Celled et oar office t'other dsy, Convened ewhlle, end, by the way, Went home with Be to diBoer '." Franklin (Ky.) Patriot. la aad Out of Hell. Ooce upon a time Ilosen liallou and Lyman Bocchcr met to compare Cal vinism nod Uoiversalism. Uoth were Bible men, and each came armed with textual missiles. After several apos tolic blowg from each, each shrewdly parried by the other. Dr. Beecher open ed to the ninth Psalm and read: "Tbe wicked shall bo turned into hell; and all nations that forget God." "T...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 30 March 1878

San' Marcos Free Press, I. H. JULIAN, ii Provo All Things r Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR. VOL. VII. SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEXAS, MARCH 30, t&78. NO. 21.. free Press. I'UBLISHED BVEBY SATURDAY BY ISAAC H. JULIAN, T whom all Letter hould be Addressed. Office South side of Plat. rates or bubbcriptiok: flu JMt, (nadfanc.... ix month " ?hre month. M RATES OF ADVERTISING. . ... UiupUdD SI M i MD addition , tnsarltoa nnd.r on. month, M eanM square. I mo. 1 3 mot. I Smos. llmw Square.. I : 4 " j colm. . t 1.(0 4.60 T.Of 8.00 0.00 15.00 $1100 10 00 36.00 30.00 36.00 60.00 10C.00 in mica constitute! a quar. Legal and transient advertising payable itrietly n advance. i i .ntii-aa. 10 cent, nor lln. each Insertion Announcing oaudldats for offl, oouoty, $ 6.00 .. ni...l.i af BIbIii afflcil 10.00 Obituary notice! of over ten lines oharged at dvertleingrate. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Newspaper. v-ir EST TEXAS FHBK mess, i. W ..... u.kit.i..r nrt Proprietor. offloe south- cast eoroor' Ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 30 March 1878

St San 2UarC0$ fttt O C I. H. JULIA, Zmor. PUBLISHED EVtuV SATURDAY. CUiniKXT TOPICS. The business men o( the Pacific Slopo arc said to bo almost unanimously op posed to tlio proposed abrogation of the trade dollar, which they claim has ob tained a firm footing in China and cre ated a demand which can not otherwise bo filled. They are preferred by tho Chinese to tho Mexican dollar, and a suspension of their coinage would be to throw away tho business and our prex tigo as a silver-producing country. Tub House Judiciary Committco will report against approving the special legislation of the Legislative Assembly of Arizona;grantlng right of way across tho Territory to tho Southern Pacific Railroad, on the ground that tho Terri torial legislature has no power to grant special privileges. This is reckoned as one point scored for Col. Scott's Texas Pacific scheme.' Amono the Postmasters recently con firmed is D. G. Potts at Petersburg, Va. Potts was opposed by many' Republi can Senators, o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 30 March 1878

jN-gtowMjgttt rcjsjs. I. H. JULIAN, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY- SATURDAY. JLIEHE AND T1IERE. Not guilty, but ought to be hang ed," was tho form in which a bigamist, in whoso favor a technical point had been successfully raised, was acquitted by a jury in Chester, l'a. Great was tho consternation and wrath of a Wyandotte, Mich., ice-doaler after having hud a force of men mark ing and plowing the ice preparatory to tilling his ice-house, to find the ice all gone, and the river as clear as it is in July or August. The Mormons are a peculiar people, but their Legislature occasionally grinds out somo healthy laws. One passed at the present session defines common bar ratry as "the practice of exciting groundless judicial proceedings," and makes the offense punishable by a fine of not less than $300 or imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding six months.. Mr. Laukin Turn er, aged 110 years died in Meriwether County, Ga., on February 28. When ho folt the ap proach of death he settled hims...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 30 March 1878

SEVENTH hl $U MARCOS FREE PRESS IT II 10 (00T . TWICE AS LA?tGE ad oonlalne OORTIaM much Bea-Uiif Mat. tar aa heretofore. Dj comparlion, It will be found nearly largo ' m ibt Oalnttn Doily A'ewa, tad to contain boot nucb reading niuir. iTaow'eivii FULL GENERAL NllWS, at will u LOCAL, III patrone will and to 'take no otbeP i piper. Price ibo aanie only TWO DOLLARS 7' poaiage free I DOK'T KWI IUT -KUHNCK1BE I'OH it i -n Free Press. ISAAC & JULIAN, Editor. SAN MA.BOOS, TEXAS. SATURDAY MARCH 30. , Official Paper of Ilayt and Blanco Uoumiet. Great fire at Philadelphia, on the 25th loss about f 1.000,000. The war-cloud in thickening over -Eurooe. Looal option baa again carried in "Gonzales Co. by an increased majority Bastrop is about securing a tele- 'graph office by subscriptions of oiti 'ions. ' . Nallk. the Aastin murderer, waa denied bail. lie took a change of ven ie to Georgetown. Govkrnob H ubbard has appointed Col. John A. Baker, ot Uvalde, one of the Commissioners to the Pari...

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