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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 8 June 1878

Free Press. 8A.N MA.RC03, TEXAi. SATL'ltDAY JUXB 8. Al-u Cor ti l'rrf Irrw. Th (ulluwhiR ;riitlmrn era autborlicd Vo re. cKe and receipt fur uhtcrlptloiw to the Fmke IMM In their ronpecllvo locamiea: A. lUmon, Kiq., County l largo. Dalley Dalley, K. Murllndate, JlaJ.K. Nance, I. I,. Butoniore, Slrlngiown. Uartlndale. Mountain City.. Cedar Vilify. Onion Creek. J. D. Catty, BIT All puainmleti are aleo aulkorlted agenti EEOoVCH NEWS. New Irifb Potatoes, 40lbs for $1 00 at Donai.son & Johnson's. The first water roelons of the season appealed in our market on yesterday. They were from Atascosa county. 15 Alto A ins New Groceries at Donai.son & Johnson's. Late leading newspapers and maja zines ut the FfiE Press office. Joseph Rouehs' ivory-handled knives at 75cts, at Briggs'. Mrs. I. B. Donation's funeral will be preached at the Christian Church Sunduy uKirnin! at 11 o'clock. A small etotfk of Ladies Hats at cost, at DonAlson & Johnson's. Titz order as to "Mad Dogs" has been r...

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. — 8 June 1878

After the Quarrel. Hindi, my pretty one. Not yet Walt a little, only wait. Other blue nowrrw are as wot As your eyoH, ouulile the gate lie ha abut (urevor. Hut the Ki'to forever abut? JUMt a young niitn In the rain Haying (tlio luit time?) "goodnlghtl" Should liu imver oiime uyaln Would tlio world be ended quite? Whore would all these rono-buda go? .All these roblunV Do you know? Hut ho will not come? Why, thon, Ih no other within chII? Thorn are men, and men, and men And theno men are brothers all I Knoh sweet (unit of Ilia you'll find Jiint oh Mweet lu all Ills kind. Ximo with oj'OH like IiIh? Oh oh I In diviner oiieu did I Look, perhupH, mi hour ago. Wuoho? Indeed (you muMt not ery) Those 1 thought of lira not (reo To luiigh down yourteara, you nee. Voice like bin was never heard? No but bettor ones, I vow; Did you ever henr a bird? linton, ono in Hinging now I And his glovck? His gloves? Ah, well, There are gloves like his to sell. At the piny to-night you'll soe, In mock-velvet...

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. — 8 June 1878

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. Potatoes. For a change in the man ner of cooking, try the following: pare, boil and drain ; add a small piece of but ter and a little salt; cover with, sweet milk and thicken with a little flour mado smooth with milk. Boston Brown Bread. 1 pint bowl of rye meal, 2 pint bowls of corn meal, j CUp molasses, 1 tablespoon soda. Mix with sour or sweet milk, thick as sponge coke. Steam three hours, then turn it out and brown 20 minutes in the oven. Mock Mince Pies. 1 cup rolled crackers, 1 cup good vinegar, 1J cups hot water, 1 cup of raisins, chopped, 1 cup of sugar, 1 cup of molasses, and I cup of butter; add 1 teospoonful of cloves, 1 teospoonful of cinnamon, and 1 nutmeg. Pepper to taste. This will make three pies. Baked Indian Pudding. Scald 1 quart skimmed milk, stir in a cup of sift ed Indian meal, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 of cinnamon or gingor, 1 cup of molasses. Four into your buttered baking-dish and stir in a large spoonful of rye or wheat flour. Pour over a large cu...

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. — 8 June 1878

! i At'XCK T1IK I-KCTUKK. !. I think It was perfectly splendld- I'm iur. I (eel awfully wlsa, With my brad foil of laclers and lcaberg Of tucb a ridiculous aisa; An.l the iiiihi of wbal-do.you.Cill.il! Tbo dirt lbt Is ever M And came down on tbo Ico of New Jersey It muil bate been awfully cold. Tbe lwi, too, weren't tbejr lovely? Especially Mont Wauo and the Alpi; Though tbe lat onee re perfectly frightful; ' boie men wltb the clubaand icilpi C all, nujrba the dldu't have acalps They frightened n all the eame; And that enlmal-wasii'l be horrid? Thswhat-dld-he-say-wes-bii-jianier Ob! I perfectly dote upon science; 1 think It's just Jolly good fun; And 1 wlib I were going on your expe. Dillon, with knapsack and gun. Mamma eaya I am growing strongmlnded, And should cut oh my balr, and all that; Though eye-glaiiet would not become me, And how could I keep on my. bait l are'i the end of our walk. GooiSnlghlt Tou may call Wednesday erasing, Bob, And we'll talk of the Glacial Epoo And the ...

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. — 15 June 1878

s Free Press I. II. JULIAN, 'Prove All Th!ng3i Hold Fast that which 13 Cood." PIlOPltlETOK. VOL. VII. SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEXAS, JUNE 15, 1878. NO. 32;; Free Press. XUBLlsnEJ KVEllY SATURDAY BY ISAAC II. JULIAN, To whom u'l Letters should be Addressed. Office South side of Plnza. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year. In advauco. (ilx months " I'bree months ..(3 0 I 75 RATES OF ADVERTISING. One ifiuate.Mie Insertion 1 00 i each addition al Insertlou under ouo month, 60 centi per square. I mo. 3 moil. I Union. 13 mo 5 ::!24.560o 1 t.op 4 , 8.00 !' colffl 0 l" " 25.00 t 12 00 20 110 26.00 80.00 35.00 00.00 IOC.00 One Inch iuspaco constitutes a square. Legal and transient advertising pajable elrlelly u advance. f nortees. 10 centa per Use each Insertion. Announcing candidates tor olBoe, county, $ 6.00 For District or State offices, W-00 Obituary notices ot over ton lines charged at dvertlsing rates. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Newspaper v-r,rRT TKY.AS FKit!? PJtH5S, I. H. JULIAN, W Editor, publish...

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. — 15 June 1878

I. H. JULIA1T, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY. CURRENT TOPICS. Tub following la the full text of the bill to forbid the further retirement of United States legal-tender notes : He it enacted, etc., That from nnd after the passatfe of this act, It tiliall not be lawful for the Secretary of the Trcttitury or other olllcerH under him to cancel or retire any more of United States loRal-tender notes, and whon any of said note may be redeem ed or be received Into tho Treasury, under any law from any source whatover.and shall belong to the United StuteH, they shall not bo retired, canceled, or destroyed, but they shall bo re-issued and paid out again and kept In circulation; provided, that nothing herein shall prohibit the cancellation ami destruction of mutilated notes and the is sue of other notes of like denomination In their stead, as now provided. All acts and parts of acts In conflict horewlth arc hereby repealed. Thb main features of the army bill as it passod the House are as fol...

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. — 15 June 1878

X. E. JULIAN, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY LATE NEWS ITEMS. Trost Coles and Alexander Sliey, two -prominent citizens of Forest Depot, Camp bell County, Vs., on the 28th met in the 1 woods by agreement and fought a duel with knives, the only witness being an old color ed man who was culled In to aot as umpire And see fair play. Both mado a torrillo on slaught, which resulted in Slioy's receiving a mortal wound In the left breast, bis own knife striking and breaking against bis an tagonist's breast-bone. Sliey fell dead and Coles fled to escape arrest. The two mon were brothers-in-law and had been warm friends, but quarreled about some trivial matter, the He was given, and, In the opin ion of one of them at least, nothing could wipe out the Insult but blood. The House Naval Affairs Committee have agreed to report favorably on the Har ris bill appointing a Board of Admiralty to sell the old ships and construct a new navy. It was reported on the 28th that the Mexican town of New Lar...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 15 June 1878

'aim atn-lWfyy urTin m MARCOS FREE PRESS IT U il IWI TWICE AS LARGE til contain! i'OI'll TIIIKS much Beading Met t t heretuforo. I); rnmperi'on, '.twill bo found nearly at large tli U iL ixtnH I , lit u Svici, and to couliln oli cut tiiixii ru.uliiiK mutter. IT no nivn FULL GENERAL NEWS, . as well as LOCAL, to Hi palroaa will nentt to take no other now. paper. Mikm-Iii! Annoiinccmrnl. Tho followin? from tho Sau Anton lo Emms, is in ucoordatico with anil tin nmnlillcation of nti timiounconieut of our own last week, and tuiU uh so woll tliut wo hereby adopt it "I8onmj riucfirsr.rv to roitcralo the utnlnmi.nt nf tlin r.nilion of tho L.c- A ICcniarKnlilo Confront. Ocn. Fromont ami family it is Raid nro roducod to roil poverty. A oo temporary pcrtinontly contrasts ' Lin futo wiU that of Orant, and . marvels at tho nuoor diHiiensatioos of fortuno Fromont in curly lift) bad a brilliant etirecr ns cxnlorcr and eonnuoror of vm in Mgurd to tlio imblioation of California; it was said obtained ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 15 June 1878

Fre.e Press. BAN MAHOOS, TEXAS. SATURDAY JUNE IZ Agent fur Use Free Vre. Tbs following B'uUemn are authorised tort- Ive eud recoipt tor subscriptions to tho Fata Fusil In their respective locsnucs:- A. llcaton, Siq., County at Urge. Dalle J & Dslley, U. Mnrtlwlslo, Jlaj. K.Kauce, J. Ij. ltaieuiore, Strlngtown. Martludale. Uoanlaln City. Cedar Volley. J. D. Cndy, Onion Creek. All postmasters ere also authorised agent. KCOE NEWS. Bed'Spreads ?1 00 each at DoYialson & Johnson's. New goods in all departments of his business daily arriving at Bkioos. Aneoro on Thursday made off with a pair of shoes from Briggs' store, but was overtaken and lodged in jail. Old newspapers, etc, for wrapping paper, for salo at this office, at 50 ots per. 100. See notice of dissolution of partner ship of Stein & Giesen. "A Leaf in the Storm" and other stories constitute No. 179 of the Lake side Library, which is for sale at this office, price ton cents. Meeting of Masonio Lodge to nightimportant ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 15 June 1878

My Little Wife and I. We are truvollng o'ur lltn' road together, My llttla wile until; We are happy In tnlr ami utoniiy weather, My little wllu and 1. Tlio reason why 1 very plain, There's nothiwr ur about It; We never Klva mull other pain When we can do without it. We have tolled o'er ninny aroad'uiost dreary, My lltt.o wllu undl; But our huitrt wero lltfht whun our foot were weury. My little wile and I. Tlio runon why we Journeyed on, Hlnco huiid la hitnd weNturted: Wn ne'er hud iteen the buttle won lly thoiie who wero fulnt-hourted. Though our homo bo pluln, thnt novor toaroa My llttlu wllvand I; Tunuli a humble cot, rl(ht well It ploanea My little wile and I. The rciMon why wo are content Wo do not (our to labor, And thoiiKh In toll our time U spent, Wo envy not our nel(hhor. We never dream or 111 (or tlio morrow, My little wile undl; But tuko what muy como, be It Jey or sorrow, My little wife and I. The ruuMon why wo do not (ret, And you'd do well to try It; We ne'er huvo lound...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 15 June 1878

Common Ponae. Many tioastue all advertised medicines to bo worthies' nostrums, and Indiscriminately con dfiiiu Uieiu ; but la It nut an Injustica to Ibe thousands of respectable citizens who glva Joluntary evident- of boncltt received, to thus question and doubt their veracity and In teirrlty' Fulrbauk'a standard scales are ex tensively advertised. Doot it necessarily fol low tliat lliey art) Ulterior in muae, miu ii-Bouu- curato thau other I Have they not been dem onttrutod to be among the best I Again, la It common sense to suppose that a physician with i. .1 ..1.1 k. It.ilnuul ti liuwanl It anil m hard-earned reputation MKn a worthless artl del It. V. Plereo, M. D., of the World'a Dia- ncnsary ana luvanus- uotui, oumuo, n. i., is fan uroprletor of the most popular family w k. l,n iricirbol Ilia nmiit i.ilnn n a klllf'il surgeon and physician lias been fully . Lit.l.n.l ... . a W,.,tl.l nliaralnlu a and clurirv, after harms tested hU medicine .......... ,l.ii. unltn III omtniimtil...

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. — 15 June 1878

I.OVK TIIKK. I ort tbee, why, I cannot tell. A thousand natiiclo" winning wJt Around lliee w" llilr manic iptll, And oiki ord poor to speak thy praise. I love tbfoi not because lliine yi Are matched by henven'a celeallal blue, lint In thy truitlul look there lies Th' unspoken promlso to bo true. I lute tbee for luni lubtlle chirm Tint seems to drew my beert to tblne," Jl y voice end look niy freri disarm, And toll uie tboa ert only mine. I love thee; not (or wealth or feme Ko worldly wish holde thought of thee; And eince tby beert reveele the eeme, How bright with hope our lives rney be ! Tttuley'l Matmine. etllnff Nam lor Bad Par. In all the papers of tho flashy sort as well as some that claim a higher standard, may be road tho advertise ment, "Your name neatly printed on fifty cards for ton cents postage, paid," cto. Every printer knows that the cost of cards furnished, which are of fino board, together with the work and postage, will cost several times ten cents. How then, can me...

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. — 22 June 1878

a. San 1 s Free Press I. H. JULIAN, "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR. . VOL. VII. SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEXAS, JUNE 22, 1878.. N0..33.. Free Press. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY ISAAC II. JULIAN, To whom a' I Letter should be Addressed, Office South side of Plaza. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: One year, In 1dc S2 00 81 x months " 1 26 Three months " 75 BATES OF ADVERTISING. On iquare, one Insertion tl 00 each addition al Insertion under oue month, 50 eenle per square. j I mo. 3 mot. 0 nioi. llmoi 1 Square- 3 " " . 4 " i colm. . ....t 2.50 .... I 4.60 .... T.or .... I 8.00 8.00 .... 16.00 ...( 26.00 I 5.00 7.00 t 1 00 H.00 l'i.00 SO 01) 10.00 15.00 15.00 11.00 20.00 SO.OO 15.00 2S.00 S6.00 26.00 46.00 80.00 35.00 00(10 10C.OO One Inoh In upaoe constitutes . square. Legal and transient advertising payable strlolly n advance. Local notice. 10 centa per line each Insertion, Announcing candidates lor ottlee, county, t 6.00 For Dletrlot or State ofilces, 1M Obituary no...

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. — 22 June 1878

I. R. JULIA IT, Editor. PUBLISHED EVEKV SATURDAY CUKKENT TOPICS. A Berlin dispatch of the 6th an nounces that a docroe has boon Issued proclaiming a regency, and nominating the Crown Prince Fredorick William as Rcgont. The decreo is signed by the Emperor William and countersigned by Prince Bismarck. The Emperor's wounds wore said to bo progress ing satisfactorily, but some weeks must clapso before the crisis is passed. At the first firo the Emporor recoived seven shots in the right fore arm and wrist and five in the head and face. The helmet is completely rid dled. By the second discharge he re ceived about twenty shots in the left up per arm and shoulders and six in the nock. The folds of his thick military cloak deadened the effect of this chargo. The excitement throughout Gormany does not abate. Every organized body, and every newspaper in Germany, and vory many other parts of Europe have given publicly strong expressions of horror at the deed. A large number of arrests have been...

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. — 22 June 1878

I. H. JULIA, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. TUB RICHMOND CYCLONE. A Local Paper! Aeoount of the Disaster. The following particulars regarding the recent terrible disaster at Richmond, Ray County, Mo., is from an extra edi tion of the Conservator of that eity : A cyclone struck our city yesterday, at 4 :05 p. m., and in the short space of five minutes totally destroyed one-third of the place, its path being nearly three squares wide and extending for over a mile in the city limits. It originated on the farm of Wm. II. Fitch, Si miles south of the city, and prostrated fenoes and crops in its path, and injured the premises of John C. Laforge, where it lifted, and struck again at Col. Warren staff's, destroying his stable, fences, etc. ; then lifted again, passing over the residences of Capt. J. L. Farris and James Hughes, and struck with full force the residence of William Jackson, and then continued with unabated fury, LEVELING EVERT THING IN ITS PATH. We noticed its approach from ...

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. — 22 June 1878

or TNI -SA MARCOS fEE PRESS IT II HOW ABOUT TWICE A3 LARGE ' mil eonUIn FOUR TlilKS as much Reading If it "ler as heretofore. ' By comparison, It will bo found nearly M large " Iho Cilrriton Dttly Mict,' and to contain ' about at much raiding matter. 'it now oivba 'FULL general news, at well aa LOCAL, ' 10 III patrons will need to lake no other news. piper. ' Trie tho iatue-6nly TWO DOLLARS year postage free I ' noK't loseow aur ' W SUBMCKIBE roll IT I St Free Press. ISAAC H, JULIAN, Editor. SAN MABOOS, TEXAS. 'SATURDAY JUNE 22. Official Paper of Jlayt and Blanco ' Counties. MASS MEETING! A Maes Meeting of the Democracy of Hays county is hereby called to meet in San Marcos, on Saturday, the -29th day of June next, for the purpose of appointing delegates to tbe Stale Convention and for tbe consideration of suoh other matters as may properly come before it. A large attendance is urged, and it is hoped that every neighborhood will ' bo represented. B. P. Raynolds, Ch'niD. Co. Dem. Ex. ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 22 June 1878

Free Press. MA.ROOB, TJIXA. SATURDAY JUNE 22. ytffenlN for Die Vm Pre The KNowlne) gentlemen ar fclborUed tore erlvo ritTrMcipt fur eub:rlilone to tbo Faea , In their reapectlvo localltieei A. Benton. Kfq., 'Ctunty at largo. Dalley ft Delley, K. Martludale, Ml.'. E.Nance, J. b. Bneraore, Blrlngtown. Vertlndale. Jfontrtiln CUy. Cedat Valley. 1. D.Cady, OnMVmk, in pot:maileri art ateo anthortaod aaenn HOME 3STE"WS. Subscribe for the Free Press. "Glass Fruit Jnra self-scaling, at Donalson & Johnson's. . it vte leading newspapers and maga zines at the Free Press office. New Hardware, just received, at Donalson & Johnson's. The Event or the Season. Our cow has a calfl Among this week's arrivals at Briggs' we notice a fine lot of self-sealing glass fruit jars. The funeral of Mrs. I. B. Donalson will be preached at the Christian Church to-morrow by Elder William son, Bargains in Clothing, at Donalson & Johnson's. Our B. B. C, were again beaten, tut by a smaller "majority," by t...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 22 June 1878

Slan'a Future Hope. It lui boon though that there may be place for Homo expression, ucb a the fol lowing liywn ondcavor to embody, of the prospect of another world, more hopeful than the touching artdrem of Kmporor Had Han to hi oul, Iran vague and material than I'opo's gracatiul vnrolon of It In III well known line, "Vital spark of heavenly fluuio." O frail spirit-vital spark, Trembling, tolling, rising, linking, Kllckiiiing bright mid shadow dark, Spring of feeling, acting, thinking, Central lliiino of smiles and tear, Boundless hope and wanting tear, Whither will you wend thy way, Wbeu we cIoho till mortal day? Kliu.ll tho course of earthly JoyI Htlll repeat their round forevor, Feast and songs, and form and toy, Kndlcs throlia of this life' fever? Or, beyond Hume woary woe, Shall we llnd a deep repose, And, llko ilovo that ek her not, Flee away and bo at rot? Dimly, through thoso ehade unknown, (ilimms tlio fnto that shall befall n; Faintly, entering there alone, Can wo hour wha...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 22 June 1878

DOMESTIC ECONOMY. jIurriKS. 1 quarts of flour, 2 quarts of milk, 1 teacup of sugar, 1 teacup of butter, 1 teacup of yeast, 4 eggs, a little jt. Mix butter and sugar together; dd eggs, salt, milk, flour and yeast; let It rise all night. Abbowroot Custard. 1 quart of milk, 2 tablespoonfuls of arrowroot, 2 egtrs, 3 tablespoonfuls of sugar. Wet the arrowroot with cold water and stir Into the milk while boiling; add eggs, ,ugar, and salt. Flavor with vanilla. Baked Flour Pudding. 7 eggs, i pound of sugar, 1 quart of milk, 5 ta blespoonfuls of flour, salt. Beat the eggs and sugar into the milk ; stir In the flour carefully ; add salt. Bake J hour. Eaten with wine sauce. Sweet Apple Pudding. 1 dozen apples, 1 pint of scalded milk, 4 pint of Indian meal, 1 teacup of molasses. Mix the milk and molasses, add a little salt ; stir in meal and sweet apples cut fine. Baked 3 hours. Flap-jacks. 1 pint of milk, 4 eggs, juice and grated peel of 1 lemon, flour to make a light batter. Mix the eggs and...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 22 June 1878

-fllK UIIBHM4.1. Mire fMl( Ibrir (ale aad laarte thtlf aawtf, Let tat iih'i babbitt flee aad " Tha eowa Sold ar I"'" '. ,(ir plants trta. It " Per be who blee.es bmI It bleat, Ant Oee aad ,h'11 kl "ort" Wbt toll la ! at kH btqaeet An added baaaly lalha aartb. An mm ef UU, t til tb.t low Tlit lint tf ktrrttt shall bo giveui The town tktll fcltoa, lk trail tbtll gro. II ooi tank, al Ittt l heaven ! -Jain S. WKittin. Tribal H Callea Bry by w. lirU AnMcUied Ptcm. AfwocuD..EaKa Roasts, New York,jliuel3sAt meeting of the Asaooiated Free, held at its rooms this day, Mr.. George Jones in the chiir, Mr. Ecaitue Brook oSered the following tribute, which was seconded ty Mr. Patton. of the World, tod Mr. Knglsnd, of the Sum The members of the Associated Press deairo to put upon record so expression of their sincere respect for the privtte virtues and public services of ooe who, up to yesterday, was the oldest member of tne profession. WiUiaai Cullen Bry ant was for mora- thin seventy years a re...

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