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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 4 May 1878

Free Press. DA.N MA.Bd'03, TBXA6. SATURDAY... MAY 4. AgonlM fur the Free Frew. The following gentlemen ers authorised tore tost re and receipt for subscriptions to the Fun Pun In tboir respective localities: A. Hutou, Kiq., Dsllsy A Dklley, K. Uurlliiriatv, MeJ.E. Nance, J. L. Bitomor., J. D. Cstly, County at large. Sirlngtowu. Martlndsle. Mountain CI 17. Cedar Telle. Onion Creek. jf All postmasters ere alio aulhorlsad sgsnts CKOIMIIE. NEWS. Subscribe for the Free Press. Fresii arrival ot tobucso and cigars 4t Iiaiaas. Late leading newspapers and maga zines at this office. Teller's superior flour and pure com weal at the San Marcos Flour and Feed Store. See corrected time table of the 6. II. & S. A. railway in our advertising columns. To ARRIVE, a large lot of calicos at Criggs. The hightest market price paid for old iron at the can Marcos Hour and Feed Store, Thompson's mill is now equipped with distinot seta of burrs for wheat and corn, and makes the beet of flour, Prices of m...

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. — 4 May 1878

Long Ago. II o gave mo his promise of ohangless truth, (Down In the wood where the Ivy clings) I And the air broathod rapture, and love, and youth, (Ana; yon troo was In hud whore the tliroBtlo BillgH). Ho aald iiowos going serous the aoa, (Far from tUo wood whoro the Ivy clings) J ...I -,...,1,1 l.rlnar liHllk HcliOS and iOWOl lorT Aud would bring back richos and Jewel (Rutbrown loavosshuko whoro the throstlo Hl'lff"). Ilopo niado Ufa llko a ummor morn; (Swout wiU the wood where tho ivy clings) : Now my heart In cold, and wlthorod.und worn, (And tho bouirh la baro whore tho throstle slngx). Day are dreary, and lifo is long; (Vet down In tho wood tho ivy clings), And tho winds tliey moan a dosolato song, (And there's snow on the bough whero no throstle sings). Spring will oomo with its buds and leaves (Rack to the woods whoro the ivy clings) ; Hut 'tu winter cold for tho heart that grieves, (And I heir not the song that the throstlo Chamber?! Journal The Morning Moon. An old moon wi...

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. — 4 May 1878

Jewels of Ihe Crown of Scotland. At Eillnbunr, Scotland, tome yean since, tie Jewels of tlio Crown wora locked In a box, tliat box In another, and so on, until tbej were supposed to be burglar-proof. They were then locked up In the vault ot the castle, there to remain for one hundred years, the keys being placed in a mortar and tired Into the sea. Scarce fifty years passed by, and the modern lock-picker opens the vault and boxes without trouble. 80 the science of medicine, when studied with the aid of chemistry and the mi croscope, becomes plain and simple and dis eases that were regarded Incurable a Reitera tion ago, now readily yield to remedies em ployed by the modern and progressive physi cian. A docade of years since, and women were taught to believe that their neculiai dis eases and weaknesses wore Incurable ; but now hundreds and thouvtiuls of once bed-ridden women In the United 8t.ites wilt testify to the fact that Dr. Florae's Favorite Prescription has effected their ported...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 4 May 1878

HO.nCIMUV MOTIIEB. Tlx woman was old d raftd sW. And bint trltb tb .bill of tb wloUr'i day. Tut Hrect w wet with reiit And lb woman1! fet wer ld tnd slow. (lit itood t tbi TMior, tnd wlld long, A Ion, oncarad for mid lb throng Of human being wbo ptHtd btr by, JJor bsedsd the f late of btr anxlon y. Down the lire!, wltb laughter tnd iliout, Olid la tbfrdom of "ichool Uoul," Cam lb bore, Ilk flock of bep, Helling tb enow, piled while end deep. Peet tbe women, o old tnd grey, Beetenrd tbe eblldren on their wa. Kor olTered t helping bend to her, 8omeek,tatlialdktrel4tootirr ' l.eet the etrrleg wheel or tb horaee feet tboald erowd her down In tb illpperjr elreek. At leet ceme one of tbe merry troop Tb gejeet laddie of til tbe grmpi B paused beelde her, tnd whleper'tt low,. 'Til help yon tercet if yon with tog." Her tged bend on hit ttrong young trm bh pieced, tnd to, without hart or btrnv IT guided tb trembling feel tlong, Proud thtt hit own were arm tnd strong-. Tbea beck to hi gey youn...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 11 May 1878

San I s Free ress. I. H. JULIAN, "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which ls Cood." PROPRIETOR, VOL. Vll. SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEXAS, MAY 11, 1878. NO. 27. P Vlarco K Free Press VVBL1SHKD EVERY SATURDAY BY ISAAC H. JULIAN, To whom a' I Letter should be Addressed. Office South side of Plaza. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION! One year, ad vane. 81 x month! " "Hire, mouths ,J 00 .. l is . 76 RATES OF ADVERTISING. n. .nn.ru. one Insertion tl 00 .aeh addition .1 insertion under on. month, 50 centi per square. I I mo. I 8 moil. S mot. 12 mo 1 Square, a " . !t " " ( colm. . i : 1100 20 00 36.00 80.00 85.00 80.00 1OC.00 i.'.,... itotiititutea a square. Legal and transient advertising payabl. etrlolly n advance. . , .. i... i ft .m. nar line each Insertion Announcing candidate! for ofHee, oounty, I 5 00 For Dlstrlot or 8tat. offices Obituary notices of over ten lines charged at dvortlslng rates. BUSINESS DIREOTOET. Newspaper. W EST TEXAS tV Kditor, ruonsiier r.vP-... .- ---east eorner Main Plaza, next...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 11 May 1878

I. H. JULIAN, Editor. rUBLISIIED EVERY SATURDAY C UIUIKNT TOPICS. The Chicago Tribune gives the follow ing particulars regarding the proposed extension of the Atchison, Topcka and Santa Fe Kailroad, which is expocted ultimutely to connect with tho Southern Pacific at or near Fort Yuma, Califor nia: The present terminus of tho At chison, Topeka and Santa To Kailroad is at Pueblo, The new extension will commence at La Junta, a point 62 miles east of 1'ucblo, from whence it will run to Trinidad, 80 miles south west of La J unta ; thence through Raton Pass to Clifton or Red River, which is SI miles from Trinidad and 15 miles south of the New Mexico and Colorado boundary line, into Now Mexico, or 111 miles from La Junta. From this point onward tho road will be known as the New Moxico and Southern Pacific Rail road, for which a charter has lately beon secured, and of which Mr. VV. 15. Strong is the President. Tho new road will bo completed as fur as Trinidad by Dec. 1, 1878, and probably ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 11 May 1878

;m grtarcoss m git. I. E. JULIAN, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, LATE NEWS ITEMS. A severe storm of wind, rain and hail, passed over Central and Northern Iowa on tbe 21st, dolnK great damage. At Fomeroy, Storm Lake, Klppey, Wall Lake, and other places along tbe line of tbe Illinois Central ftullroau, many buildings were blown down and tbe Inmates killed or Injured. The force of the storm was terrific, destroying fences, uprooting trees, overturning corn cribs, eto. Horses and cattle were picked up and carried a considerable distance. The track of tbe storm was half a mile to a liillo and a half wide. Three negro murderers, Jackson Ed wards, Alexander Brown and Wesley Tur nor, were hanged in the town of Franklin, Parish of St. Mury, Louisiana, on the 22d, in the presence of 6,000 people, mostly col ored. Capt. Fortley, a planter, two brothers named Koran, and another man, name un known, were drowned in Bolivar County, Hiss., on the 18th,whlle employed In repair ing a levee. A Manc...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 11 May 1878

m 1S7S- SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS IT II MOW SOUT TWICE AS LARGE and contain. FOUR TIME a. mdcb Reading Mat lor heretofore. Ily comparison, It will be found nearly e We a i he ti,Urwtk D.tUy Kim. od to conuln about it much ra iding matter. o It now oivkl FULL GENERAL NEWS, . at well LOCAL, o Hi patrons will need to take no otbar new. paper. trice tho unit-only TWO IMLLAttS a year postage free I itoit'T aoekow HUT n-8IUMCHlUB ton it -st Free Press, ISAAC E JULIAN, Editor. SAN MABOd3, TEXAS. SATURDAY MAY 11. Official Paper of Hay and Blanco Counties. Our Trip to the Ttlonalala City Country. Having received invitations to at tend thepie-nio near Mountain City on lust Saturday, and wishing to extend our acquaintance with that delectable region and its people, we concluded to go. Our company consisted of our gonial and popular county clerk, Ed. J. L. Green, and our gallant young friend Geo. T. Malboe, of "The Cheap Store." We started early in Mr. Green's easy going hack, drawn by Col. Herndon...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 11 May 1878

Free Press. BA.N MAROOa, TEXAS. SATURDAY..... .MAY It. Agent for ! I'roe Preiw. Tbe following gentlemen kra autuorlred to re ceive and receipt for eub.crlpllooa lo the tfnaa Fatal In thalr retpeotlVa localltlet: A. Beaton, Kin.., Count; ! lage. bailey & Dalley, Strlngtown., . Uarllndale, . Marllndale. Vaj. K. Nance, Mountain City. i, Batcmoro, 'Cedar Valley. J. D. Cedy, Onion Creek. fj- All pontmatterk are alio authorlied agenta iioiB NEWS. SEEteal estate transfers on last page. New Goods, Notions, &o., expected DONAtSON & JOHNSON. OUR pbysiciaus report considerable sickness. 100 Bolts Prints, new styles, ex (ected'next week "is . Donalson & Johnson's. Teller's superior flour and pure corn meal at the San Marcos Flour and Feed Store. Tob Afrioan Methodists are pushing "their new church forward. Wanted, some sheaf oats at this office. The first number of Mrs. French's magaaine has:ippeared. It is devoted to Austin. The hightest market price paid for old iron at the Sa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 11 May 1878

I t' . I 'i t 1 T i i'i !'.' It April Show. Tlio Biiicn wiw cifepliiK o'er tho brown, The sklus dropt bluublrd, yesterday i Analn to-day the anow In down And spring a tliouiiiyid mllci away. And licro'a Mint mlnclili f Mnrcli again; III four wild borne niinrl and prance; lloridoa and lp wnlrdiwt atraln To lead thealiow-nako'sgobllii-danco. And wliuro In Idy April now? Dcnp In Hie lonHy wood una cowcra, Keeping alive tlio lioart knows how O'er hor few pale arbutus rlowera. And y(!t for her the birdi ling clour, A aoiig of May uioro sweot than Muy ; To hope amid tlio morni ol fear, Ah, how divinely dawns the day i And April snow's a magic shower, And April sunslilmi'a fairy gold ; The cloudy drifts like rainbows flower, 1Mb thrills the blind and breathless mold. Come. April of tho tho violet eyes, And anowdrop fnce.and dreamful heart, Oni! laughing look to earth and skies And all tho world will tako thy part. Thlno am the smiles that grow in tears, Thlno tho dear hidden hope that spri...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 11 May 1878

FOBTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. In the Senate, on the 23d, the bill to ex tend the time for tho completion of the Northern Pacific Railroad passed without di vision In tho House, the protest present- ed uy Mr, Cox, of Now York, UKulust the Itlv et and Harbor bill, alter a stormy debute and an appeal front the ducialnu of the Cliulr, was ordered tti bo reud. Mr. Cox withdrew certain wortH ifr furring to " oouililuutlontrf member fir aullttllon of the Treasury," but deetf , to take buck tho words, "anu- 'iua vncournKO Imlhir attempts on the Ti sury to trrutlly local in terests." The question was put to the Houso whuthcr tlio pnpor In itself pruscntod a juus tlon of prtvlliKO, and decided in the negative loj to ltfl). Amotion that, as a matter of cour tesy to those who signed tho protot,it be en ured on the Journal, wan rejected. The Con ference Committee on tho Deficiency bill for temporary clerks In the Treasury Depart ment reported tho oonimittee bad agreed by compromising on disputed poluts,...

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. — 11 May 1878

, '. r . W' TThen I main lo marry t-Well Tli Idle lo dispute "Ilk hit Bit If jog choos to biirm 111, Irr Usteo wlill I tb diitt. When doghler hl wlib " A nwlbir'i ilallj loll to I Can maks lb pudding which the ', And mend lb (tooklng s which they werj When mldns look upon nun At In blnnelf what thiy would marry, A nd not army auldler can A utler or commissary Wban gontl ladlea wbo have got Tbo offr of lovet'i hand, Consent to br bis "arlbl lot," And do not mean bit lot ol land , When young mechanic are allowe To find apd wed Ibt fermere girl, Who don't expect lo bo endowed With rublM, diamonds and pearl Whan wive. In abort, shsll.fi eely gt . Their heart and bud to aid thai ipontea, And live at they were wont to live Within their tlrea one-story houaea; t Tbi I'M Then, madam II I'm not too old ' Rrjoloed to quit Ibli lonely Ufa, , bruah my beaver, eeaae my acnu. And look abont me for a wife-. XraMwlera tf Meal Entate Jlecorded in April : Wittiam'Ke$dham to Wm.H.Ro eenberger, C4U acr...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 18 May 1878

Marco S Ft I. H. JULIAN, "Provo All Things i Hold Fast that which 13 Cood." PROPRIETOR, SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEXAS, MAY 18, 1878. NO. 28. VOL. VII. an Free Press. VUBMSnKD EVEUY SATURDAY BY ISAAC II. JULIAN, To whom a' I Letterii should be Addreued. Office South sido of Plana. RATES OY SUBSCRIPTION '. One year, In advance . Jj Slxmoiitus " 4 J? Three nioutbs " 0 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One Bona, one Insertion 1 00 ( each addition. , insertion under one monlta, 60 o.Dti per square. I I mo. I Bum, nios. I U mm 1 Square..... a ' " 4 " colm . 2.5 I 6.00 7.00 t 1100 4.60 .0( I 8.00 I 9.001 15.00 I 25.00 I M.00 10.00 12.00 15.00 2S.0O 36.00 l'i.00 15.00 jii.no 95.00 45.00 saw in no 26.00 80.00 85.00 no.no loc.oo 1 u in .nnMi (.(institutes 1 square. Legal and transient advertising payable itrlollj n advance. Local notices, 10 cent, per line each Insertion. . ,i candidates for offlee, county, t 6.00 .. i..,. nVo 1000 for Ulsiriu w 1 Obituary notices ol over ten lines charged at dverttsinit r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 18 May 1878

J 1 8 : i , I. E. JULIAN, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. CURKENT TOPICS. Tub bill reported by Representative Fort, which passed the House on the 29th, makes It unlawful for the Secre tary of the Treasury to eancol or retire any more legal-tender notes, but when thoy shall be received into the Treasury from any source they shall be reissued and paid out again. There were only four Western and Southern votes against It, of which two wore from Ohio. Tho vote stood yeas 177, nays 85. Apprehension is folt in Government circles of sorious trouble with the Indi ans the coming summer. The War De partment is In receipt of communica tions from parties whoso opinions are entitled to earnest sttention, to tho efl'uct that warlike movements are clearly dis cernlble on the part of several tribes. Tub following is a statement of Im ports and exports during nine months of the fiscal year, ended March 31, 1878 : Merchandise sxports, domestic, $522,- 581,923 ; merchandise exports, foreign, 810.449...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 18 May 1878

I. K. JULIAN, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY HERE AND THERE. The Colorado beetle has made good yj landing on the coast of Glamorgan shirt. Wales. Ho may prove far more formidable than the Bashi-Bazouks in jhessaly. He is not so cruel, but is more rapacious. A boy in Rochester, N. Y., was play ing the other day with a wooden ball to which an elastic cord was attached. He threw it from him with great force, and it returned and struck him in the eye, entirely destroying the sight. Kathleen Andre Moore is the keep er of Black Rock Light-house, near BriiVeDort. Connecticut. She is 65 years old, has tended the light-house for 50 years, and lives in her little house with only two dogs and a pet lamb. Since the suicide of Sultan Abdul JUsiZi in 1876, Turkey has had two Sul tans, five Ministers, 40 Cabinet Minis ters, one Constitution, one Parliament, one war, lost three-fourths of its prov inces, and been forced into bankruptcy. A silver-wedding party was given recently by a prominent Was...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 18 May 1878

Wl SKVEMfl 1M Mi or tii ' SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS IT IS SOW AXlC TWICE AS LARGE ml eontaliu FODR TISIKS mocb Rea-ilng tar a heretofore. Hit a. eomnarlson.lt will be found nearly large . ii.. ,:..i..ih ',; AVici. and to conlal " shout ai roucb raiding matter. ll now aiv FULL GENERAL NEWS, will LOCAL, a Iti p'tro" wll aeti ia u,: 00 ollielr paper. .Vice, tho aaeia-onlr TWO BOLLABS ' Jr poataRO free I don't aoskow auT nr suiisdbiub roic IT. -s Free Press ISAAC E JULIAN, Editor. SAN MA.ROCiS, TEXAS. SATURDAY ...MAY 18. Official Paper of Aayt and Blanco Counties. MASS MEETING ! , A Mobs MeetiDg of the Democracy of Hays county is hereby calkd to moot iii San Marco, on Saturday, the 29th day of June next, for the purpose of appointing delegates to tho State Convention and for tho consideration of suoh other matters as may properly oome before it. A largo attendance is urged, and it is hoped that every neighborhood will be represented. 15. P. RAYN0LD9, Ch'mn. Co. Dem. Kx. Com. Youno peoplo wh...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 18 May 1878

Free Press. SAN MA.HQOS, TEXAI. SATURDAY.. MAY 18. Agent for Use Free Prpsux. Tht following gentlemen are authorised to re ceive and receipt fur subscriptions to tba Funs 'FhkM In their respective localities: A. Htaton, Esq., Count; at largo. Dalley A Delley, gtrlngtown. K. Hartladale, Merllndala. MbJ. K. Sance, Mountain City. 1. L. Baseraoro, Cedar Valley. J. D. Cady, Onion Creek. BaT" All postmasters are alao authorised agents HOME NEWS. Subscribe for the Free Press. loo cold soda water and lemonade at Simon's. Canvass Hams 12Jo., at Donalson & Johnson's. Wanted, some sbeaf oats at this office. FREsn arrival of a large stock of seasonable goods, at Briogs'. Fresii Groceries, just received, at Donalson & Johnson. Tho wif of Rev. Mr. Denton, of 'Caldwell Co., died at this place last week. Old newspapers, etc., for wrapping paper, for sale at this office, at 50 cts per 100. 100 Bolts Prints, in stock and in transit for . Donalson & J odnson. Dunlap is fitted up for the su...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 18 May 1878

1! if.f IN- ' Walt. Whon tha ley mow ! deep, CovorttiR tbe frozen land, Do tlio little floweret peep To bo orushed by Winter! band? No, thoy wait for briKhter days, Wait for bees and butterflies; Tbun tholr dainty bead they raise To the aunny, sunny skies. Whon the cruel north wind sigh, Whon 'tin oold with wind and rain, o the blrdlca hoinoward fly Only to go back again? No, thoy wait for spring to como, Walt for gladsome tun and showers; Then thoy souk tholr northern home, Beck Its lealy, fragrant bower. Trustful as tho birds and flowers, Tho' our aprinir of Joy be late, Tho' we long for brighter bourn, Wo mum ever learn to wait. -Dora Head Qoodalt, in St. Xkholat for May. The Regular Season. Whaokl Crack I Whack I Tin an old familiar sound; The parlor carpnt, nitride the fonoo, I being beaten around. Crash I Doshl Smash; From parlor and kitchen and hall ; A yelp from Tommy, a yell from Joo 'Twos only a mirror that's all. Mop I Sorubl Wash I A painter on every band ; Hangers of pa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 18 May 1878

XINXEirOLIS CONFLAGRATION. How t be Secured From the Effect of a Like Calamity To protect one' life md property against unforeseen accident and dotructlon i a duty scarcely anyone will dispute, but just tlie meant to be used may bo, and is, debatable. Death will come to all; and Ion by Are of the rooet valuable- proporty as well aa the lowliest home la recorded every day of the year, and will be, to long aa time shall coutluue. Whose life Is to bo cut off, or whose home is to be destroyed no one can tell. Neither can they even suspect when or how, certainly not when they aro expecting it; else would they be ready to extinguish the devouring element in its incipient first spark of existence. Either like tho dreadful explosion at Minneapolis, or at the dead hour of midnight, or pcrchaucn when husband and protector is far away in the field docs the demon strike. In our opinion there Is but one, and only one, remedy or security, and that is a Policy of Iusurance In some good sound Insur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 18 May 1878

ML n 'I he Moilr. Malmcrlbcr. (I WIU MlllfW. "Good morning, air, Mr. Editor, bow art lb. folki to-dayt 1 owo jou for next jeer'i Journal, I tbo't 1M cod and pay. And Joneale goln'to take II, ud this la hit money bare. ) shut down l.ndln' It to bin, tod thes coucd blm to try It year. And here Is few Mil. Itenie thai happened Uit work In our town , J thought they'd look good In tin paper, ind a Just Jolted 'cm down. Aud karo la basket of applea my wife aavad ex pressly for you ; And a bag ol chestnuts from J ennle-ihe thouglit ake niuit send aometblng too. 1 ou're doing tbe politic bully aa all of our fami ly agree : Juet keen your old goose quill afloppln', and giro 'em a good on form. And now you. are chuck full of bnilneaa, and I won't b taking your time. I'to thlnga of my own to 'lend to good day, air, I believe I will climb." The Editor aat In bla aanctum and brought down bia flat witb a thump, "God bleaa that old farmer," be muttered, "be'e a regular Jolly old trumo." And 'tie t...

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