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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 17 May 1883

Free Press. MAROOS, TEXAS. 8A THURSDAY. MAY 1".188: i"rioprfjtw CntHlJ AU th A4Trtliinjla toll ,, WSISI n wU ti to Cati!4 p2ii. J tr jOE NEWS. Tr. TIME TABLE. T:M no r"" b,i "Uce fu,low 1 .nrKiionTll-0:IW A.M. and 0:65 P. M. (mall), SOWH-M A. M. (mill) and 4:07 P. U. "Thb mercury Las reached an bigh as !MJ Gj to Green & Pbicb's for mea'H summer unJ rwoar. Tbbwdi.t dry. rieasa hurry up the Tdter-works! Sco Gbken & Tuicb's Lat3 for little girls. FEa supply of Zicgler shoes at Turner A Co. J;nt receired ft car load of the "V? Lite pkibbona in nil the new BhadeR at Gbken fc Pbicb's. Oan town fa putting on city aire in the way of freipieut itinerant beggars. Kow prints and linen lawns to arrive at Emvix's. Girls' and boys' straw hats at Gbeeh APkice's. Nice lot of baby bats and caps at P. It. TrBXER & Co'g. Liuliob' neckwear in great variety at Gbebn & Pbicb's. Carload of the celebrited Caldwell wag oii8 just received at Tcbneb fc Co's. Lirsjo variety of Ladies' handkerch...

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. — 17 May 1883

tl BODY ASD SOUL. A imiiiUT ia China oavo jiaiatf.l a hall; Su'-li never limit? fnin mj omporom OiioOmlV from hit ruh with rich r!or did 'IIio'cUkt Iio tiili-tl with a I-onm of tho Hit that 'all wl.i.h li.lisih.l tho eyo in m Tho hhiiIo, point for point, in tho othor re Iili'xl. In thee, friend, ltt TyrUu Chamber in Thhio'Vha ntar-ioiiiin roof uiid tho ha) on tho ground, Liono-lialf ih'liiftfil with fi)hir Iuhh bright? Jlcwaro that tin- counterpart U.ixoi with l'i,'t' I'eiHiaii (Kawari), F.iiwmoh. THI2PKA VI XK IMNTHEK. TLo following is n true story, a3 narrated by Bun Capps, a Georgia cracker: ."Thar were nobody a-livin m the forks o' Peach-trco and Pea Vino them days, but my daddy and Uncle Peter which Uncle Peter lived clost to yhar tho two cricks jiuc, and daddy about hef a mile finder up. Neigh l)ers was sca'cc and thar were a power of varments in tho woods. "Any pant'ers? Yes; a big 'an. Ho iifWl t.n come around our house of a night and have the biggest kino of a timn i'vfl se...

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. — 17 May 1883

" father or the Homestead Law." ' 't rcal ia the Galveston Nein the allowing interesting scrap of history Misled by Kaufman correspond- nt: .... Emory Rains was tho fatlier of homestead law. lie introduced J! bill of it in the Texas Congress in So I 6UftU nevcr 'orgofc Ws ac' -i of it. Tuo causo wmcn jea to ?id(1 the story of it, as told to the critcr by the old Texas pioneer, be i nff to the times and history of Si be is a part. Two-thirds of a tciitury ago, kmory Earns had been gye-witness and a victim of an act I? oppression in his native State of Tcnncssco, not uncommon at that Hme. When a boy, ho was one of the passive actors in a cruel domestic juma. Uis father and family were jmned out of house and homo for debt. Ilis mother, with an infant in her arms, was driven from her home. He had seen his sick mother, at the instance of ft hard man, by the man date of the law, robbed of her only bed, and thrust out on a cold winter's day'upon a colder world. lie had seen the family or w...

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. — 17 May 1883

i 4 GENERAL DIRECTORY. Ol l lt'l IJ .u. J.uies f. Miller, of (LiiseU County. sfu-t.r histbioti II mi. fKo. ri- ulTi-r, el Cvmal Co. ui Jl l:. Hcllrlde, of Ray Co. ): i i. J. X. Msgutr, ol CIlwll Cm maicr nnm 16r wtaiat. Hjh.L. W, N H.ra, PriJI! Judge, Uiiraog. J. . Lottutiy. Auroy, Au-ltnCu. tiass or molmxu count. Ilin.- 'iJ Mwudaja lo Meruit and pletnbar. eoiifcTV orrioeaa. );i It. Kone.Jttdga County Court, j i.. il. HiirlMon. ' DUl. ud County Clerks n.v.t Poid, Cuunty A'tomry. It K. IturUr eiifflfl. J. 4 Wavli, J. M.. Tinar, Lvputlr.. ' :. K. Cock, Justlea of iha P Pro. 1 I'avM I.UHU, " " " J..Ln It.clurJtou, " " J.. Ko., " " VY. W. l.ck, " " J. H. I'atit-r.on, County Trsaiurer If . Kuri'U, .ssor. t.. I' Vv riurvufor. is i. T.J. Mnertr. Coui'r Precinct No. 1. .1.11. it til IT, " J K. liitrlesi.il, " " ' W. It. Wool. " I'on.t.til rrfdnrt Hoi ii. 3! Timks i.r Hti.un Coi'mtv u I'Nacmor Cooat f'r.mn, .1 l.'..uin Court-.1(1 Vouday lu aacb .ii. County Court for Civil am Probata business...

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. — 24 May 1883

Sae Marcos Free Pre 11 PltOPJUETOK I.H..TUI-IAN, it Provo All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." VOL. XII. SAN-MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 2 4. 1883. NO. 25. Free Press. i'ubliFkfd Every Thursday by ISAAC H. JULIAN. Xo whom nil Letters should be Addressed. OFFICE Last Side of Plaza. RA TES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Outrwr.luadrane fix anutb fures months " RATES Of ADVERTISING. One square, ouo Insertion tl 00; each addition- il insertion under one minim, tu cent per sauare. - ' 1 nio. 3mu. 6mo. It nice 1 Sq mn I 1 I ?!! A.OO 10.00 13.00 10.00 .10.00 n.i to I 10.00 16 00 30.00 30.00 K'.OO 70.00 I 5.08 7 00 .00 r X col m . e.or : 7 00 n oo I 30.00 10.00 20.00 35.00 pulnCrd, one nch or loss, ooe year, 8 00 f'.nti in Business Directory, one year, 3 00 Legal and Transient Advertisements will be charged t' Dollsr per square for the Uret l- .-rtion. and Fifty Cents per squsre for each addl- Uwial Insertion. A square Is the space of one Inch. Fractional square will fce counted at f...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 24 May 1883

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. L H, JULIAN, Publisher. BAN MARCOS, TEXAS NEWS INJMMKF. In tlio horse-bicycle content at IJos tou the former won ly twenty-two miles. Seven thousand persons witnessed the close. Kpimx, tlio electrician, nnl others filed papers at Albany X. I., for the incorporation of the Kleefric Ihulway Company of-tho United .States, tho ol.i.vt l.eing to develop electricity us a motive power. The capital is placed at 2,0(10,0( 0. . . .A. O. 'linstman & Co., coke manuiac t irers, of Pittsburg h, la., have made an assignment. Tho liabil ities of tho linn arc. 31i,0C0,of which $220,000 in secured. Wvnt. An engagement took placo between Apaches ami Mexican troops at Snqu each canon, IG'3 miles southeast of Iier mosillo, in which tho Indians were de feated with the loss of many killed and wounded. Tho loss of the troops was Blight.... The lloor of a farm-house near New Philadelphia, Ohio, in which l.. I'inmiinnv was leathered, cave way.precipitating all into a deep cellar. S...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 24 May 1883

BY HIS 9m HAND. . laiiM 81N HlllloMAlr ati4 Ball JUgaatr. gU Louli Bepubllcn. ftjUtAND, p., May ll.-Amasa P 'ftgnate, committed suicide this "STrnoon by flhooUng himself through a. hpui with a revolver, at his resi- Since on Euchd avenue, while suffer- fffrom temporary insanity, caused if indigestion and sleeplessness. The SLverv was made by Mrs. Stone, S 4 o'clock. Mr. Stone did not !S until 1 o'clock to-day, and after Likinir around uie nouse weni 10 ms again. Thither Mrs. Stone cent, shortly before 4 o'clock, and findinsr him, searched ' further. The bath-room was found to be locked . ilia inside. Mrs. atone called the Lipr. and he chmbed over the parti ion only to find his master lying on he floor nail uuuresseu, DEAD AND COLdJ tm.1i a pistol ball through his heart. The pistol, a 82-calibre Smith & Wes son, was clutched in his . right hand. TTamust have been dead for some time, but now Jong cannot do learned, (g no report of the pistol was heard, Hie affair is the sensation ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 24 May 1883

Free Press ISAAC II. JULIA2T, Editor, HAN JWtA.H-000, TEXAS. TJlUltfUAY, MAY 21, IMS. I i.mcnrn at tuk i-oht rtrncz it MX Mahooh Texas ahbkoohd clam matte, j ur m rrertUr Co.trtli Alt U AlMrtUUf li ttU ii,v iMiil It. Thorn naon. of Ky.. wan mquiitad of the murder of Wither H. !. lfenTT snows foil in portloni of Indiana mm uuio on mo uu. A Lowell, Mbbh., njbilu-iile 1M rtitchas id the Well telephone right, for Arkannoa hud Texas. Terriblo torrnidoa f.nKned ovelf Illinois rml WiHtonain bu Uie lOth. Mnoy .j'ursons killt-d. . A train of five hundred neprora frota KonKHH. imfiwdthrwunli El Fano lant week, to work on the Mexican Central. DnnielCurleytens Hecttedon the 18th nt Dublin, for rctnplii-ity in the murder of Cavendikli and Burke. A rvrlntm utnick Denison on the evening . . . VI ul- J . of tho 17tu inat. cuusing coubiuemwo um The Court Martial of Wtmson the default- iff,' rnjniRBter will be convened at ban An te nio on Monday next. W. M. Yandell of the Reguin Time, was elected pre...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 24 May 1883

Free Press. jj7TxA ROOS. TEXAS. -jiHsAY.MY2t.lP63 5?frtir Coatnll ALL thi AiwUilnits ttlj TZOM'S NEWS. nans bp n - rm n. Jn 03TB-n M A.M. .nJ 6:M P. M. (m.ll). '"Hurrah for the waterworks I jt as pray for a good rain. Coanty Court in progress: Civil docket. TB, trtnaZtf vender is agaiu rampant jh car of lard, bams, bacon at Hinzie's. Bis Mabcos is to have one of the Normal jcbools, to open July 2nd. Soda Wateb. ice cold, at Faojora's. Tra and Gloss Fruit jars at O. Hemkb's. A carload of German immigrants passed through here on Tuesday. Children's straw hats at Grksx t Pbicx's. iWt some enterprising brother start an ice factory in San Marcos ? Fawn supply of Ziegler shoes at Turner 4 CO. Troth 'jiit linen and cotton lawns at Gbcex k Pbics'b. 'lut SaturJUy seemed to be a good day forbuBiueBR though the proceeding week v;is Tery dull. Fine line Ladies', Misses' and children's U3e, just received at ukeen ruicE s. Kioe lot of baby hats and caps at P. R. Tubneb & Co' 8. T.u?idc' neMrt...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 24 May 1883

Jll EXCEPT A JIEAUT. lunar u:ty. tvc Hhij.ii that went to o Moro titan fifty gi, 3xio ha yet come Lowe to me, Dot r- tiling to and fro. irt tLo trt-MUret that the hold, Silk n4 jilumoi iul burn of gold; Vl.i!o the pict that they heir Vitl with frusranca all the air Ad they til,M they 1L & hart waited ou tho plow, iziiiK for them down the bsy, !) aud pighte for many year, Till I turruid, heart-Hick away, lint tho pilotu, when they land, ,.Sjj and take me by the hand, :Siyius, "Yon will lite to tee Vi jir proud reaaeld coin from aoa, Out) and all, one and nil." I aw:r qtiito denpair, Nor let hope or courago fall, A Aud noma day when hUch aro fair, ( Ui tho bay my nhip will Hail, f r.uttJl buy then all I uood , ; VrU:w to look at, book to road, Haw, wiweH and works of art, HverythiuK excopt a heart Thai i lost, that iuloet. DK. IJLUNT'S FATIEXT. ST vrr .a mortal was fitlv named. ncli was tJ:o caso with Dr. Blunt, the Kir.c expresbiug one of his strongest uJz.racteristics. Had ho be...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 24 May 1883

.4 pt Tot !" Tk Mory of II k it t'orr0"J,:u0 rWWtll'lu lTv. Vo rlftco has a moro roniantio his , tin Bt. Augustine. It is a fact , thttlo is known of the earlier days f the place. This uncertainty has de looed tho natural ti-udency to in lve such obscurity iu romance, and 'IS result is wvcral pretty stories, hich aro intsrt'8tiK ind mp.y be SeLcon, the gal la lit old Spanish imv- tor ftDt companion of Columbus, 8W latter days cf his eventful life, covered the Hito of tho city which :gganlnlw !ttS- ,A bc-uuUful Carib maiden, Ak-ida, whom tho g.J- LtSpauiar 1,lvJ 6lize(l iu 0,ne of vjin islands olf the coast, told De Leon of the tarings of eternal youth, and her beauty, as well as , his advancing vears, caused him to make a Mllant effort to find it. For this Burpose as well as that of discovery, DeLeon rnado a permanent settle ment in St. AugusUno in 1512, and laid the foundation of the old fort which stands just north of tho town, ? nth fliomold and dnstof cent- ' nries and officered...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 24 May 1883

II u i ;t 1 'I .7 l : u i! THE VRIXTEK. I oe tli good eompnsllor's laptrb lotalllgaree; Bel beta bint whoa b wilfully Make nunsono ool of aente. I lo lo have him follow close, The eupjrl Indite; Pal bete bint Ifl make klip, Be doe not set II right. luTt to help him en lo wealth Br making copj fiM But wbm bo breaks paragraph, t niuit object lo that. I love to have him naa bl bralni , , When working on my Hir," lint when bo guesee I am wrong, 1ml alter, Ibeo 'lis rongb, I lovo to havo blm alway knuw Just what I mrao to write; If light bf guees, well anil good II wrong, woo to tbo wlgbl. I hi ihi good cotnpoillor Who makes all araooib Id typo; Bat for all orrori tbal appear, 11 U Ibroal I'd llko to grlpo. IB o l Tranaerlpt. GENERAL DIRECTORY. OFFICItlT coNoaaatMA 8ra iiiticti Hon. Jiimea K. Millar, of Oomalea County. idUToa-SSTM dihtiict: Hon. Geo. Pfeufftr, of Comal Co. aaraaatxTiTivaa tluT puraicr: Hon. 11. B. Mcllrlde, of flay Co. lluu. J. . Slagnar, of Caldwall Co. DIITaiOT UOUMT 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. — 31 May 1883

I San COS r PitOPHIETOU j,j I. JULIAN, "Provo All Things I Hold .Fast that which Is Cood." VOL. XII, SAN MARCOS, -HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 3 1, 188 3. NO. 50. i ,'( 1 , . f I (Tree Press. "VuMIshfi Every Thursday by ISAAC 11. Julian, T fftoiJ o!l Letters should bo Addressed. -" CFFICE East Side of Plaza. CFFICt I! A TSS OFSCBSCRIPTIOX. .fj oo . 1 9K 76 fix nintu HATES Or ADVERTISING. - ' .,.r oi.B insertiou ! 00; etch addition- nng n---i Ulrtlun undron month. 60 ccnta per lauare. 1 m". I 8 moil. Onion. I Hhim " I ft 2.0 1 1 ft.00 ltr ITU 1.00 ! "".V...i 000 eo.I.m is.tio I soon i I 20.U0 Sfi.OO t n.uo 10.0(1 1'i.Ofl 10.00 ao.no 5o (to $ Ki.no 18 IK) 30.(10 30.110 6C.00 TC.00 "nu,li.eCardi,n inch or Iws, ono year, Id 00 Cnls In Hu.lness Directory, one year, n uu , ,1 ,,! itausictit Advertisements will be fhirged One Dollar per square for the first In action, end Fifty Ceuts per square for etch ertdl daaal Insertion. A square U the apace of one (w:b. Fractional squares will h...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 31 May 1883

8AB UABCOS FREE PRESS. X. H, JULIAN, Publisher. SAN MARCOS, TEXAS NEWS IN BKTKF, Hunt. William H. I'-mikcll, dfcmwd, a clerk in tho oilico of tho Comptroller, of New York city, is discovered to have . i . ft 4lil fonm ilia 4'lfV. HlS l,r.fta Wun with small 8uni inlHTU, and continuing until August, 1882. Thk lion. Israel WaHhburne, ex-Gov-ernor of Maine, died in Philadelphia, after ft brief illness. Ho was born in Livermore, Me., in 1SW. In 1850 ho was for tho iirst tiuio elected to Con arefB, and Kcrved for five terms. He was afterward elected Governor of the Stato, and norno time after tho expira tion of his terra was appointed Col lector of Customs at Portland. Me. He was a. brother of tho Hon. E. B. Washburne, of Chicago. Went, A tohnado of formidable dimensions struck Kansas City, and within a few minutes it had caused tho destruction of $300,000 worth of property. Three lives are known to havo been lost and many persons wero injured more or less severely. Tho storm was a terrib...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 31 May 1883

HUUE BOUNTIES. . .4 Bewares Her garressfsl Military WU4 ""...dsra. laht of the perpetual pensions in operation was one of X'2.000, 9 r ti. ikib for the services of Lord fth In t'e some year Parlia. .xpressetlitseonHe of the great T brilliant services renJel. ed by tho ti i of Wellington by conferring upon ?tt Duke pension of i'4,000,to bo inueJ for two liven after his own. y",um of 700,000 was also voted for illavintr out of tbe es KSstrltlfield. For thirty years Snvard no pension was granted for ilitary or naval services. Tho first of iTh pensions granted during tho reign n.ipcn Victoria and now in operation those granted in 1840 to Lord JLind Lord Ilardings. Sir Rob Vtl'oel in explaining the proposals 2d that the government originally ree ZwM a pension of 3,000 a year attached to Lord Ilardings' title, to lontinuo for tliree lives Rncl a lension of 2 000 a year for tho samo duration to Lord Gough. But as the East India Sompnnyhad signified to the crown that they wished to reward b...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 31 May 1883

nw Free Press. ISU! OH. JULIAN, Editor. Till'itSDAV, MAY 31, ISM. iV-.V. li!.- AT TUB OVl'ICK AT HAN MAUGOH TLX AH Art m:0i'! C1.AH.H MATTKIt. J 4". . r:.p.".jf;r Ctntreli All, th AMrtislnj la tell r:rr" ri ::j:::e aiwiunn cmmrc. ..i AYcm.i, Monterey, proposos to pub lish tLo mimes of dclinqnent BubscriberK. TK democrat havo uominatoil J. Troctor iluott lor governor of kcut'utiy. Wk rogrot to havo t) record th6 itaatfc of TiMuk, only chill t Hou. J. ?. Miller, member of Couj;rcss for this dirtrict. TitKUBwana heavy buow storm nil over the northwcbt on tho 2UI ir.sL It was bo hmvy in northern Ohio iw to break down the linibrt of trees. The crowning of tho czar of Kuwiia was safely achieved, but who van wiy how long !;0 will bo pormitted to enjoy bin doKpotie tin J b.irbaric triumph ? TniL Thomvkoj wih acquitted iM tho in rfictmcnt for tlio murder of Walter Davis for debauching hi wife ns aliegpd. Thorn Kon wuh defended by Senator VooiheeH of Indiaua, and other eminent counsel, withou...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 31 May 1883

Free Press. TEXAS. innieDAY. may 31 issa f."cs ttKSSS i wSu til CattlU jeJ. iJl -jIOMB NEWS. 'TriiiH TABLST -' T," now r hU ,,,ce fn 1 Inn oi;TH-9 B A.M. aud 8:63 P. M. (nut'). T" K0KTH-9:1 A. M. (null) and 41 P.. Prew buckles at Dailkt fc Bko. rflrtfiols and f ana, cheap, nice and nobby, T.kwtv'h In v&riotT at GSEBX&rKICE'S. New lot of Ladies' hats at r.nnt's summer wear, a full and fiao stock at jfew shell hftffl i" nil the new colors at Jlesaanies jonks & ixivniuvaox . Ladies' fiae Leghorn flats iu new shapes aj Dailby it Bno. Freb line of Bishop and Victoria lawns, ritiboas, etc., just received at Turner Si Co s. ribbons in all the new shades at Gbeen & PnicE's. Kcw lire LrdieB Mitts in all new shade Nice lot of baby bnts and caps at P. P.. Tciwsa i Co's. BiCL'ains iu straw hats at GSEEN & PniCE'8. Fresh lot linen and cotton lawns at Grskn & Phice's. Fine lino Ladies'. Misses' and children's hose, just received at Geeen & "P actio. For Sale. Gin, Pres...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 31 May 1883

t JtDDliKSS TO THE TEXAS 1'KESS ASSOCIATION, 1ST XV f. W. K. PAWrEtt. oil, fririi.ln, nit!od Itero lo-duv, With ao-onl o cuinu to ray Triliiito to rintxloin'a nhriiiw: Jlcr vmt Uoininioii Kprcadiug o it , our tiMtiueut from ulioro to ahoro Hliull echo your and niiue. From luunblo of rnwrald Jiuo Upriin tar to doptha of blue i'roni wild Atlaiili' ruHhing roar, Ifom ralm J'aoitloV i'ai;eful ahoro Tim K11' mo" IVoiii whiTO tLo great lakoH k1 our lino lrom for-inof tho boIjIuiik jUio And from tho wi'Htorn plum, And c, within our aoiithoru homo, Whom Mill tho linRnrlntf muHcti roam Will fhaut tho aamo refrain. tiurn in a land unbound by rreoclH, lloro cm li man'H honor aro bin ucuiIh; Our imtion'tt porn aro men WhuNO tuh'iitrt Kivo thorn HovereiKHty, Our nation' ariHtocracy, Arc vo, Knihtn of tho Ton. Unt thoii!;h with choer vpu Kathor, "Vi moot that you ahonld give A Bik'h fr tho dopartod , hilo toaMting thono who hv. Homo of our bent and brightcHt Have paHHod form us for aye, Hare inin...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 31 May 1883

THE SPOOPEJiDYKES. r-h.rkln ! Prlntls Bailaeii with Dl. Kooopondjko came home one night "ncing ft BmaU bundl0 in arms It's a printing preBS on which lex to do all my own printing here u!n " he said. 6b, isn't that lovely!" fluttered Mrs. Spoopendyke, dropping the stork Ini rushing to her husband's sido, and can't we do the loveliest things Jfth it. Is it the kind that the Her fl(and5iand all those papers are printed with?" "Ob, yes rs Spoopendyke, erowled her husband, "you ve hit it exactly. This is the very kind. I eot Mr. Bennett to kindly try it on, so gs to get the same size as the Herald is printed on." And will you print papers with yours like Mr. Bennett and the other editors?" continued Mrs. Spoopendyke, "Oh, but won't I, though?" yelled her husband. "It needed a dod gasted female idiot to think of that; you've struck the proper plan. "Think you can print a 50xG0 show bill with a 8x4 press? Well, I tell ye that ye can't. Can ye get into your measly head that this is a card p...

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. — 31 May 1883

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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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