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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 17 August 1882

aataj 15 Pi 0 0 & W 15 0 0 w H hi H P P- 0 0 0 43 2 r-i 111 n H H 0 0 4J CD c3 7) o A 0 Free Press. "URSDAY. AUGUST 17 1882. r"" Proprietor Cntroli -Ii thi Alrertttlng 1b tMa theWSITX li Uth Cutilii pjgci. U TIME TABLE. ItenniM and tat Mem Riilroii SAN ANTONIO DIVISION: BOUKD BOUTH. Mill. imi ..- 5.05 P. U ISO A.M. llaochaca B-M . ... 6:05 B.Si r;.i. 6.47 'iu ivMVR00-....7:2 " 8:40 f .f; .... T.43 1U.08 lluuter. '. inia NeBruofata....;18 12 P vr BOUND SOUTH. MAIL MMKII . 10 38 A. M 0:40P.M. i.ncb.c. ........ T " 61") " Mancuaca 6 5 bIn 'ii arc os"..! '8:35 ;; 4.m Uuiiter o.l Kr.-feU....: gIQ Antonio O.IO M HOME NEWS. New gin at city millfl. 9 B. W. Smith lias bought a new gin Fruit Jabs a supply at Lu. J. DahVy's. Commissioners' Court has been in session this -week. Proceedings in our next Carry your cotton to the city mills' new gin. Don't forget that Morris the blacksmith is agent for the famous Weir plows. 'Tis pleasant to see our vacant houses be- gin to fill up. The walls o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 17 August 1882

Ma" . HOW MIKIiOTEVEX. a i k !n juiihi hiim on- rummtn u um mtr la hi Ohb hli. CliicaKo Tiii. "I thii scat engaged?" ho ookod of tho prettiest girl iu the car. und finding it wasn't ho put his sample box in tho rack aud braced himself for solid eu- joyment. TJoasant day" said the girl coming for him before ho could get his touguo uukiuked. "Most bo- witching day ifcu't it?" "Yoyos miss" stammered tho drummer. Ho was in the habit of playing pitcher iu this kind of a match and tho positiou of catch- er didu't fit him as tight as his panta- loons. "Nico weather for truvtlnig" continued the girl; "much nicer than when it was cold. Are you perfectly comfortable?" "Oh yes thanks" murmured the drummer. "Glad of it" resumed tho the girl cheerfully. "You don't look so. Let me put my shawl under your head won't you? Hadn't you rather sit near the window and hive me uescnoo tne lanuscaiJu iu No please" ho muttered; "I I'm do in2 well enough." "Can't I buy you 6ome peanuts or a book ? Let mo do...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 17 August 1882

TORNADOES. fcfrttktKour Of ! Wt GetilU Power. KYorkSUr June IS. j oome" said the reporter "to wi you to tell me about tornadoes. I VaDt to know something or rather the pooPle do-"0 how Umbo Western tornadoes such as aro bow playing their damaging antics out West in ahort how they get themselves up and bow they get in their work?" Well" answered the young signal offloer politely "I'm sorry my big book on the subject isn't published yot but IH talk extempore in a general way. Toraadoos usually run off the southern border of areas of low barometer. These areas extend over the whole Western country. Here you'll sqe it on the map (holding up a map and running his blue pencil aoross it as though maps were as cheap as decorated window shades.) .Certain conditions always precede these storms. There is usually quite a long period of meteorological quiet. From two weeks to a month soft warm moist winds will blow from the Gulf of Mexico bringing an incal- culable amount of moisture. This is th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 17 August 1882

On Inadvertent J j Icnlcnlnj an 01 J Elm. (The Incident which suggested llit rollewlng poem occurred In Apr'l. 1HU. The writer while eogaged lu cl trni( lb atfjAcmit grounds eat fire 10 alight liruti heaparounj the tree at III fool not aatlclnat. that it would daniiigett J but II proved Its dsitrue- lion. The poem was written In Koverober follow. I'iK.l Ob I once Ibe unbroken foreet'l prMe And late the beaaly of the plain ! Join tby fallen atate drrl'U The glory of thy lengthened reign ! Tby blsckeued trunk and faded leave Proclaim tby bloom forever fled An I through tby boughs the lo wind jrleraa Aud ilgb iround tby a-d bead I Unnumbered years bare paired away Blree rising from tba earth warm bed And sheltered fromSol'e burning rar Thou berotby Infaut brancbea epreed; '.Mid woody glades and coverts green. And clinging clutrra of tba vino V here o'er tlie atreamlefa bad eerone Tbe loly boughs eommlngled Join. Val wlldarnoaa of ahadea and flowers How aweel to roam thy boiom tben I To...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 24 August 1882

an Marcos Free Pre - L l. H. J.ULIAN "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PHOP1UETOU. VOL. XI. SAN MARCOS HAYS COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 21 1882. NO. 30 Free Press. published ETpry Thursday by ISAAC H. JUL I AH To whom all Letters should be Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ooye.l advance t3 00 Bit months t 1 Thrum month I 14 i T M. BA TE3 Or AD TSRTISIXG. .... one Insertion II 00: etch addition Jl Insertion onderons month 60 cents per stiosrs. - 1 mo. Smoit. Smoi. Htnoi I square... JO0 ? 00 10 09 J600 i .. . 6.0f 8.00 11.00 50.00 ? eolm. T.OO 10.00 10.00 30.00 i com... jaoo J0 00 30 00 K00 j .... 50.00 38-00 69 ?BW Cards in Business Directory one year 1 00 legal and Ovanilent advertisements will be cbarged One Dollar per square for the flrat in- sertion and Fifty Centi per aquare for each addl- llonal insertion. A square U the apace of one Inch. Fractional squares will be counted at full square. Local and Business Notices will be charged ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 24 August 1882

X J'rif j Forest. Home yearn ago we hud largo sura of inoueyth-it we vere not UHing and It l .v Ml iu onr coffers we decided to purchuso a nn0 building site iu nortb.'t Lwiiaio improve it and pell Hut a large proSt. IJfiug camera- bly struck with thopritnovul beauty and solemn mogtiiflcoBce of the evergreen we decided at firt to secure some spruces and inako that corner a kind of a spruce guru orchard which would naturally be the envy and admiration of tho wc-ht. Acting upon this impulse we purchased a load of this vegetable setting out the trees on two sides of tho plantation and digging au irriga- tion ditch 201 feet long by which to . water them. Tor two weeks the irriga- tion ditch failed to fonufict with the central office and we carried water to the tree through the agency of a me cbanical arrangement known as the patent pail. All those trees died of the pinkeye but. one. Wo sent east and purchased 100 seed- lings of the Norway spruce variety and fringed the ditch with them pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 24 August 1882

Storks of the War A shell buret near An Irishman ia the trenches. Gating on tbe fragments be exclaimed : "He jabera I them's the fol- low to Uokle jer ear." ASECDOTB OK STONEWALL JACK80X ' l council of offioers 'early in the war it was remarked that Major was wounded and would be unable to do the dutr assigned him. "Wounded" eaid Jackson. "If it really is bo think it oust hive been by an accidental dis- cbarge of duty." TUB HERO OF THE FAMILY. A soldier had lost his arm and was rejoiciDg ever it. ""My grandfather" eaid he "loot a leg in the revolutionary war and our family have been bragging over it ever since The story is on old one and now I am going to be the hero of the family." HOW HE PRAYED. When a Union guu boat was going into action one of the men who was on his knoeB was sneeringly asked by ' an officer if be was afraid. "No I was praying" wflS tne response. "Well what are you praying for?" Tiaying" said the bailor "that the enemy's ballets may be distributed the same way a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 24 August 1882

Free Press. ISAAOJWULIAIT Editor. BAN Il.rOOS TEXAS. "THURSDAY! AUOUST 2 UK I tXTEItKD AT TUB rfMT OITICE AT SAM MAHCOH TKXAH AHHEi:ONI CLASH MATTKB.J Th? PROPAiETOR CONTROLS ALL AuVERTISII.3 IN THIS PAPER ON THE IMIDE AS WELL AS THE OUTSIDE PAGES. Announcements of Candidatse. r"cng re We ar anlbnrlted to announce Hon. james r. miller r oon.i. I!..ubi. a eaudldata for Coiiicres rram id Mgnin DUtriet. sultieel to tho Deuiocratlo Congressional Convention Mate ftenator. GEO. PFEUTtEIl. of Sew Braunfele li candidate for SUlo Senator of tua JSth Senatorial Elsirlct suljectta tbe ictlon of the Democratic Convention of f aid District. Dialriet Prcaecutlna; Attorney. Wo or authorised lo announce J. M. BETHANY of Austin County at a candidal for Pro.ecutlng Attorney of the 16ih Ju dlolal Diitrict. For Treailirtr. TOXnB V0TKR8 OF HAYS COUSTT : We are authorized to announce JOHN H. PATTERSON a candidate for re-election to the office of Treasurer of Haye Coanly We are authorized to announce ROBE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 24 August 1882

P5 1 1 0 0 fa 0 QD 0 rH 1 1 4 0 c3 7J 0 m 0 03 Free -Press. baN ttAROOB TEXAB. "thursday. august 24 iss. ITis PMpriiWr CsnlioU ill lit AdYtrtlilsj la thli TIM 13 TABLE. totM mi great Northern Riilrcii SAN ANTONIO DIVISION: BOUKD SOUTH. HAIL. ..S 0 P. V ...6.50 " (i'05 ...7 ...7:20 ... T.43 Aottln. tltuchsca Puprc Kvie gAj MARCOS. Hunter........ ye Urauofels. gi Autoolo.. 7 .SO A.M. 8:17 8:34 8.10 9:40 10.-08 ...8:18 " 10.43. .W:W " 12:1 BOUND SOBTH. P. II. MAIL CIPBKIS Aniiln V inch ice Dvpree Kyle 8AN MABCOS Hunter...... .. Htm Braunfels (in Autoolo.. 1 10 30 A U 0:40 P.M. 8:60 " 6;35 ' 4:4.1 " 4.23 4.0 3:2 1.45 " 8:57 .. 9.44 ..9.04 .. 8:35 ...8.14 ...:43 ...6.10 HOME NEWS. Weatheb Septcmberish. Sei the market report prices this week. Sbb advertisement of "Money to Loan." Fall Prists now in store. Johnson & Johnson. Cobn is selling by the wagon load here at 50 cents per bushel Trunks Trunks Trunks. Endless varie- ty to suit all persons. Johnson fc Johnson. Old newspapers for w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 24 August 1882

SAN MAECOS FREE PRESS. X. H. JULIAN Publisher. BAN MARCOS TEXAS TEXAS TOriCS. The Texas and St. Louis Railway has reached tbo Leon river. The quarantine against Matamoras will be enforced by rangers if necessary. The board of education at Austin has increased the free school apportion- ment to $3.01 J per capital instead of $3.45. . The town of Ednaville in Palo Pinto county bad but a solitary family n a log cabin two years ago; it now has a population of 2000. A law suit about a pony was die posed of in Collin county last week af- ter the fifth trial. The pony was worth $15 and the jury fees alone cobt the county $192. The State health commisstouer has been informed that Corpus Christi Brazos Santiago and other towns have quarantined against Brownsville. The Mayor reports no fover there. Messrs. Plumens & Bust is have closed a trade with Generals Clay Ew- ing J. T. Smith ex-attorney-general of Missouri and Phil. E. Chppell state treasurer of Missouri for 41000 acres of land in ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 24 August 1882

EXAMPLE. ff. Matter wed. with a carelesa hand And dream we ne'tr hall see tbcm more; But for a thousand yeara Their fruit appear In weedi that mar the land Or healthful atore. The deeds we do the word we ray Into atill air they seuni to fleet We count them ever past ; Hut tliev -hall lttst In the dread Judgment they And we ahall meet. I oharge thee by the year gone by for the love of brethren dear. Keep then the one true way In work and play test in the world their cry Of woe thou hcttri THE STOLEN WILL. Wben they told Ethan Van Wirt that his days wore numbered the first thing be said to his attendant was "Send for Miss Work; I must see Effie Work before I die." Singular as the demand was no one thought of questioning it. Mies Work was sent for. Effie turned quite white when the strange imperative summons firstjeame and she was told that he .who sent it was dying. . "Dying!" she whispered her blue eyes dimmed with tears. "What can he want? Shall you go Effie?" asked Pauline Euble wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 24 August 1882

I AM NOT OLD. urn not oM-tliouib years bars east Thtlr shadows oa ruy way I I am not old though years bars pesird Oo rapid wing. afay for In mjr " fountain flow. it! round Itplee.eiit thoughts repose And jmilll-f ami feelings high Spring Ilk the ' lu evening's sky. I ra nui old -Tims may bare set 111 igicl on my trow Af.J fslut furrow Jirrebeve nut VTbleb cart rosy deepen how i Yt love food love cbapM tresves. Of (rob young hu and verdsnl leavss I And (till Infancy Icon twin Tbo'U wet flowers thai OKI wsrs Bin. A writer In tbe Atlsnla Constitution reeeotfy A . little Dorm that It full or ryomio ..mty smI poetlo sentiment. It U "Id to bo from Ue p of r. W. Bourdlllon. It is wH worm pr. cr ii.r : "Tbt night bis thousand eyes Tli dojf bill one Yrtlhe light of tbe wboU world dies Viitb the setting sua. The mind base thousand eyes Thj bor but one Yet the light of the whole life dies Wbon lovo U done." Tliff w Countj Convict Act. The legislature in its rccont 6nccial jitriHion passed the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 31 August 1882

San Marcos Fre e Press on I.H.JULIAN "Provo All Things! Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR. SAN MARCOS HAYS COUNTY .TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 31 1882. NO. 40. VOL. XL Free Press. I'Hblished Every Thursday by ISAAC H. JULIAN 'To whom all Letters should be Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION". Ootywr In advance fl0 Six months Tbr month! " 1U n HATES Or ADVERTISING. One square one Insertion $1 00; etch addition- . insertion under one mouth. 00 eeota per sanara. 1 1 mo. 3 mos. 6 moi. Hnoi 1 Square a " 3 " y colm. ... i - : I a.eoit 5.00 5.00 1 7.00 5.00 9.00 7.001 10.00 l'J.OOl 20.00 a0.00 36.00 A 8.00 10.00 12.00 a o.oo 38.00 60 CO $ 10.00 16.00 30.00 30.00 6C.00 75.00 Buslneas'Cards one inch or leas one year 8 00 Csrds In Business Directory one year $2 00 Legal and Transient advertisements will be charged One Dollar per aquare for the first In- aertion. and Fifty Cents per square for each addl- tlonal Insertion. ' A square is the apaoe of one Inch. Fractiona...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 31 August 1882

5AN MAECOS FREE PRESS. r. H. fULIAN Poblianer. BAN MARCOS - TEXAS TEXAS TOI'ICS. Sixteen thousand boxes of fruit W been shipped from Tyler this season. Tullna is putting on more mstro in. ... t illiiminatinff with the puufcau mm j w electrio light. The number of sheep In Coleman l- .....nt snor.O. valued at 174030 dollars. Tr Tpxas brothers eightlfeettall have applied for positions on tho New York police force. The cash balance in tho State Treasury has according to late reports reached the handsome sum of $1500- 000k Tho experimental farm of the Tex- as Pacific Railroad Company near Baird seems to be doing very well. The wheat corn oats rye barley etc. have thriven and done well. The Texas Wool Journal says that Throckmorton county has 17957 sheep. The amount of land owned for grazing purposes is 7980 acres. Some of the sheep owners own no land. Tho following are the Democratic Chairmen in their respective di&tricts : First district E. P. Hill of Houston; second district John B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 31 August 1882

X WARXINQ FOR HOT WEATHER It was ft gr nd 1nl m'n Vm walking down tbe street ; IIU faoe red brow keowedi And tired were ale feet There came ft royeterlng fiend ftlonjj Who to the first man drew .nd in ft hollow tone inquired "I it hot enough for yon ?" These were the latest word he spoke For straight upon his head There csme dreadful crashing blow Tbat laid him with the dead. Tbey dragged the slayer to the court ; The jurors all looked mild ; The Judge to the attorney winked The latter softly smiled. . And when they led him from the dock His wife wept grateful tears Tbe Jury thronged to press his hand The Court Joined in the cheers. -"Boston Transcript. A STOKY OF CAMP LIFE. BY ALFIIED BALCIt. "Bill" eaid Jack Harding "who's the cbap that's taken Slingsby's claim?" "Dunno" laconically responded tho bar-keeper as he struck a match to light a stump of a cigar; "s'poso (puff) he's Borne one's (puff) got more money (puff) than sense or he'd 'a' let that tiling alone." (Puff puff). "That...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 31 August 1882

Free Press. ISAAC 8. JULIA1T Editor. j. 0.A. MAROOS TRXA. THURSDAY AUnjOTMjMW I KNIEHkO AT Til TOUT OrKICE AT BAK MABCOS . . ... . . . . n hj 1 TLX All ASWiCOnu i:inn Mir.u. j THFPanPlETORC01TROL$ ALL A0VCRTIS1NC IN THIS PAPER 0 THE INSIDE I! WEll $ THE OUTSIDE PACES. Announcements Kan lninnlA. Ktrlf Merchant Of SftU Kan Autonioi.. a city among thousand in Wa giva the following fact from the i t il . M nf I IF- Krhnr.I la LOL nwuurti w nuni America. lu mti iuci m mwu . lyt ah too interesting to auj inunr ua iuo iuuuuoui unu icwmu ivi.v . i - - in Itn stvle bfl lost 1 ' - ' " "l . . . t 4 I.. It I.. I JnmM Ki.Oinlsmi Anil Dr. tM It. Aierri .:. mi l. !.. i . 1 1 iuuu worn iuo iimiiwi" - - pouutB. Am. Itoiur k.tc. . wH 1K47 I Wnt tn Kn Afarcos to tllke Charge d their store. Tha partuoniLip lasted but a little while when they sold out to me and - .... - W X W . mI Mala Nenaier -ixr TJirrrrrrn. of ictw Braon'sis it a randidale for Suio enator or the 5tb aalorlal r.u.riKt hlMlta the clloa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 31 August 1882

0 0 g 0 CD 0 H 4 a l J WW Wi U ft d o w Q 3 CD Free Press. -SAA OOS TEXA. WiVk AUGUST 31 1882 rSTtli AU ttUdmUilaf ll Oil r - tsi i wsax u a ti cuii w. ur flflf. H M TIME TABLE. gJJfANTONIO DIVISION: . MAIL. . .i. ......04 P.M.. ' kill ..M " Puprt J47 lis Auionlo....M'W BOCBD KOSTH. MAIL. iraae TUA.X. 9:19 8:1T 9.1S 10.-03 1040 IMS P. X. KSPBtlS ... lo ss a. a 7:01 P. If. 6:11 " ;6T 6:0T " .S 414 8:80 1.07 " Meucbaca DPrM ." 9 04 " Hrauofel t. l(n Antonio . .....MM ...... HOME NEWS. Spmno Tobbacco at C. D. Ebwih's. Go to Fromme's for delicious soda water. The courthouse since J it has passed the first Htory is going up more rapidly. Travis's new yard is the place for bargains in lumber. Old newspapers for wrapping purposes cheap as dirt" at this office. 9-4 Sheetings bleached and brown just received. Malone's Cheap Stobb. See new advertisement of C. D. Erwin of the1 new Btore in Hutchison's building. Liohtmso Striker Hats at C. D. Ebwin'b. Men's and boys' calf box-toed boots just re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 31 August 1882

1SDT JOHNSON. years been paying senu-annnai am dends of 7 per cent None of tho stock iiliUrMtlm Mor Aboil lllm m.i I'fM'oir. . on tu0 martet. Tt products are i A Wftubingtou dispatch to the Cleve- jjHUieii by wagons to Rome for ship land Lrader saya: nicnt. representative Pcttibonc of Tennes- iuo new cotton mill at Orangeburg see wbo baa just been renominated for j8 approaching completion and it congress by acclamation is a native oi w;ji t)u (.(Uai 0 te best kind in the Bedford O. aud formerly attended South. Ilirnm college and was a pupil of the lamentod Garfield bince the war be bag resided in Greenville TennonHee the late Lome of Prenident Johnson. He ayfl the old homestead looks very much as it did during the lifetime of the tailor president aud is now occu- pied by bis' daughter Mrs. Patterson who presided during his administration as tho lady of the white house. The little tailor khop whero Mr. Johnson used to work ut hid trade still stands alnioHt unchanged from its former a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 31 August 1882

BEITS ELECTRICITY. 1 lTtl" for I'tlllilrg tU But from the So'i Bays. Cbictgo Hers'd. a8bisoton Aug. 16. A fashion- able craze has seized hold of the citi- 0f the District which bids fair to pread m widely throughout the coun- ty as did tbe blue gloss "fad" of sev- eral years ago. The person primarily yeaponsible for what promises to be an infliction on the community is a resi dent of the city and an inventor but the Washington roai nas contriDutea toward popularizing that gentleman's discovery and in coverting the young gnd the aged of both sexes and all colors into experimenters. A few days ago it appears the patent office issued papers to a Mr. William Culver for a discovery which if it possesses all the merits the patentee and the Post claim for it will be hailed with gratitude by both busy manufacturers and toiling housewives. The invention is no less than the PRODUCTION OF INTENSE HEAT. By a peculiar arrangement of mirrors. Meanwhile as the ordinary looking glass is common to e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 31 August 1882

if ; r j ' f ) : f . i (1 f;. -A ' ' 'pi .:?ivtr ; if. ; -t j Curun flnvl Highland Mary Heard l'rni Indigetition and tabituai cofitlvcneM arise In ! Unli-lt TjiiiiI ITOIU WeaUWBoa OI IUO UCfYW H1U UlUMiWi W4 . .. v the Moinach. Due attention to tha proper W. hsv. se.a grt many alleged eoamuDlce. 0f jjf8 n Connocti6n with the timely tluusfrom the spirit world from P""' uo of llrown'a Iron Bittew will Btrengthen bit generally so fr behind them lo matter and e affeoted fart and quickly reniOYd OYery trie to miN obi contempt wr too i symptom of tue aiBoruer. root fund. Tbo following It food doal mora m pimiMo m4 ii ro.ii "Dot bod." it i to Xhore is a man namod Hass living Tooni1D.ca.OB. "' near Smithfield Tcnn- who is the Motitpei or Vermont o soteo epiniuauei euu . . . . .u-of.uMrdiB.rp.w.r.db.doir . father of twenty-one children twen lloet III topi to on loterogatory whether Bsmtbadmslsts Mary on tbo beautiful aborea of th. tommetland. folrWdy tbotUomo tooa THE LONETAR FURNITURlfSpiE ...

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