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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 29 June 1878

Marcos Free Press I. H. JULIAN, "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Good." PROPIUKTOll. VOL. VII. SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEXAS, JUNE 29, 1878. NO. 34. San Free Press. I'UUUSUED EV12RY SATURDAY BY ISAAC II. JULIAN, To whom a1! Lotter should be Addressed. Office South side of Plaza. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION : One year, 111 adrauco Six month! " Three moutni " (3 00 1 26 76 RATES OF ADVERTISING. On. square, on. Insertion tl 00 ( each addition al Insertion under ou. month, SO eents per square. I mo. 3 moil. I Smoa. H mot 1 Square 2 " !l " 4 " colra 2.50 4.50 7. f 8. (10 9.00 5.00 8.00 lo.no 11.00 15.no ( T.00 ( 12 00 12.00 15.00 2U.0O 25.00 45.00 W CO 20 OU 2500 SI) .00 35.00 00.00 IOC .00 15.00 25 III 25.00 35.00 One Inch lu spsce constitutes a aquare. Legal and transient advertising payable atrlotlr n advance. Local notice, 10 ont per line each Intertion. Announcing candidate! lor oOloe, county, t 5.00 For Dlstrloi or State offices, 0M Obituary notlawof over ten lines charged at dv...

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. — 29 June 1878

I I. H. JULIA, rUBLISIIED EVHV SATURDAY. CUHKENT TOPICS. Tiik Kmperor William was report ed on the 11th to be convalescent. Dr. Nobling, hU would-be assassinator, was also in a fair way to recover. Many ar rest for treasonable utterances aro be ing made In Berlin and elsewhere. The Federal Council have unanimously voted . a proposition to dissolve the German Parliament. The May cotton crop report of the Galveston Cotton Exchange, from C8 counties in Texas, shows an increase of about 6 per cent, in area planted; stands of cotton generally good; labor efficient; weather favorable ; about two weeks earlier than last year. Northern counties complain of too much rain. The Memphis Cotton Exchango has reports compiled from West Tcn nossce and Northern Mississippi, Ar kansas and Alabama, showing a slight increase in acreage, condition of crop good, and about ten days earlier than last year. Tub House Judiciary Committee, by a vote of 8 to 1, have decided to re port a resolution asserting su...

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. — 29 June 1878

I. E. JTJLIAH, Editor. PI'BLISIIED EVERY SATURDAY. FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. In the Senato, on the 11th, among the bills paused wuru the feonate bill to relmburso hun gas (or expenses Inourred in repelling iiiva slons and suppressing Indian hostilities; the Senate bill to provide (or the Hale of portions o! Fort Leavenworth Military Reservation in Kansas; the Senate bill to provide additional regulations (or homestead and pre-emption entries on ptihllo lands. (It provides (or the publication of notloes of intention to enter agricultural lands undorthe law named.) Tbo Senate then resumed consideration ( the Itlvor and Harbor Approprliillott bill ; a number of amendments worn agreed to antt the bill passed. Mr. Cocki-ell's amendment, for tile uppoiuuiiuni. m mrue uiver improve nient Commissioners, whs uuloated, as wits siao a siibstituto tliorelor. ollercd bv Mr. liuroside, for the appointment of a mixed commission to examine and report plans and estimates (or river improvements.... The n...

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. — 29 June 1878

I ! ,1 ,;i P m Hi m ! s I u I .hi i;i UN !! ; I )' 'I ' . J mim veal iwi or mi m MARCOS fBEE PRESS! IT II HOW AHUCT T4WICE AS LARGE and contalni ronn TIMES much Reading Mat- lor 1 -.eretifor.. ny oemparlaon, ft will b. found nearly as targ. ' Hi jl4tU Daily Xmt, and t contain bout audi raiding matter. it no airi FULL GENERAL NEWS, u well LOCAL, o III (iitroai will n.d to tak. no other n.wi- piper. trice tlto ..oj.-only TWO D0LLAB3 7" poslaga free I boh't eoaaow UT 49-SCBSCHIBE FO IT! Free Press. ISAAC ZL JULIAN, Editor. BAN MARCOS, TEXAS- SATUHDAY JUNK 29, Official Paper of llaijt and Blanco ijuunlM. The nditnr of (he Clarksvillo Ban ner doesn't propose to bo mean and drop out of his paper tho announce ments of thoso candidates who have not paid him. He will simply turn the announcements of the delicqueots up side down. Publishers will be pleased to know that this once Congress has dealt fair ly with the newspapers, and the de partments will pay as much for adver tisements as others...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 29 June 1878

Free Press. SA.N MA.R008, TEXAI. SATURDAY ...JUNE 29. AenlM rrlho I-'roe Irc. Tbt following geutliimeu in aulborltod to re t ,lv tail receipt for eubscrlptloui to the Fau iliin In lltolr respective localities: A. Htaton, Esq., County at large." Dailey llalley, Strlngtown. It. Marllmiale, Martindale. WJ. K. Nance, Mountain City. J. I.. Ilssmnore, Cedar Valley. . D. Cady, Onion Creek. 7 All poatmastera are alto authorised agents HOME NEWS. Rememtikh tha Maes Meeting of to day. It will bo imported and iatereal ing. t See announcement of John II. Pat terson as a candidate for Constable of this precinct. 1 Seamless and Oat Sacks for sale at Wm. Giesen's. . For Sale. A good Navy Revolver nearly new. huquire at this omce Ip Mr. G. Vogelsang will consent to run for the Legislature he will receive the support of Mant Voters, Choice Coffee, Sugar, Segars & To- bao-oo, just received at Briggs, Late leading newspapers and maga zines at the Free Press office. Bryant was a Unitarian, and his ...

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. — 29 June 1878

The Elder'H Vacation. II V A. T. WOlllllW. The Killer's hooka arc laid away and locked liU ktiidy iliior, IliH manuscript and skolctoiii are scattered on tlto floor, IIIh ink In alow ly drying up ud over all, Whilo spicier wcnvo a web across tlio book hlii'lf on (ho null. Ho Ihih gone to hold communion with bin (ind, among the hills. And in peaceful meditation loso the thought of nature's Ilia, That with busy finger interweave the silver In his Imir, Or bend lila shoulders downward with a heavy load of cure. 1'i-ono I e liua on summer blll-aidcB, while tliu gentle summer air Jtays about IiIk naked forehead, liftlntr up Ills scanty hair; forgotten in the vlllngo bell, while heavy laden been With drowHy hum hla spirit lull among the sighing trees. Mayhap he threads a northern wood, along some brnwlliiK stream, Korgetllng rod and baaket for the river's sli ver gleam. And cntehes spirit voices in the tiny water- lull That dim hla eyes wlHi tool lull tears and burled forma recall. Aiidob...

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. — 29 June 1878

i Valuable Improvement In Cooking The utility and convenience of a shelf at- uclinieut to the oven of cookiiifr stoves is now universally acknowledged by all boiiHekeep ,n wbo bave used or seen thorn, and It Is a matter of choice wbetbertbesbolf Is perma nently attached to tbe side of the stove or onenedaiul closed inside of tbe oven by the movement of tbedoor. The Grand Charier i ink will hereafter be constructed so as either .aallloniHtluur pwi IUUIIUUIi BIIOI1 VUU UC VI- derctl with any size. Ourattontlon has been called to a circular containing a caution ,raiiiit1lie use of automatic shelves, Issued certain parties wbo claim to own letters WJ. v lUillHIl BtMttmp iliuf hnv lmva broucht suit against this Company for in friuge ment on suid patent, and warning all Benton not to buy or uro stoves having such shelves and made by us. We have only this to say in regard to tho matter, that roe shall rigorously defend this suit, and bave no doubt of our success in such defense, and hereby...

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. — 29 June 1878

Llnca to iln Cucumber. The cuetmbtr gractlli Hi. '' bord Kniht, tided Id .ondlraenti rere ' And Ihe epicure fl"'"" rubbalb bit paunch. At Iht tlgbt of the treasure there. The doctor amilath terdonlc smile, And beaveth a crocodile groan; And lb marble man oelh out the while, And polliholb up itoue. Tbo undertaker mentally atkl "What will Iblt meeiure be!" And tbo apade atu mark.iu a pot "reserved" All under the willow tree. Til bard tbo timet, nd 'tU icrc tbo cash And io, with a teiiiul Joy, We welcome waft to tbo lltlol frail That glveth tbo folk employ. Si. louit Journal. A lawyer remarked to a friend re cently "It in a fact that honesty is tbo Knt jiolicy." "How do you know that," Tcsponded the friend. Ob, I have tried it," answeredtho lawyer. "Perhaps so," replied the friend ; "but you can hard ly be prepared to decide the matter as nn expert unless you have also tried the dishonesty. While fishing in the Adirondack of New York Mrs. Hayes telegraphed to llutherford that she had c...

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. — 6 July 1878

San Marcos Free Press, I. II. JULIAN, ' "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Good." PROP1UETOK. VOL. VII. SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEXAS, JULY 6, 1878. NO. 35. Free Press. PUBLISHED KVEttY Sil'UUDAY BY ISA AO Ii. JULIAN, To whom ul I Letter nhoultl be Addrened Office South side of Plaza. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION : One year, advance (tlx months " ybre montht .fl 00 .. 1 M . 76 'SATES OF ADVERTISING. One aquar., on. Insertion II 00 1 etch addition tiMerlion square. under sua nonth, 60 oeoti p.r I I mo. I 3 moil, 0 moi. Xi moi I Square. a " . " . 4 " . i! colra. . $ 1100 20 00 16.00 SO.00 36.00 00.00 10C.OO One Inoh In space constitutes a equtr.. Legal and trauelent advertising payable HrloMy n advance. ij.l notice. 10 cente per line each Iniertlon Announcing candldatet for office, eounty, $ 6.00 For District or State offlcee H.e Obituary notice, of ever ten lines ebargeu at dvertlslugrate. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Newapaper. lit K8T TEXAS KREB PRBSS, I. H. JULIAN, IV L...w, v,,hiiliarandP...

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. — 6 July 1878

,1 ;i I. H. JUIUIT, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. CU1UIKNT TOPICS Tub President has Informed niombors of tho Cubinot, with regard to the mat tor of contribution to campaign funds and assessments for political purpos s, that bo desires a loiter addressed by Secretary Schurz to ono of his clones on that subiect to bo considered as em bodying his own opinions and tho rule govorning tho Administration in its dif ferent branches. J his letter lniormeu tho clerk who addressed Secretary Schurz that ho was as freo as any othor citizen to spend his spare money in any lecritimnto way ho pleased, and as his political principlos or public spirit might suggest; and that his coninout ing or not contributing would not in any way affect his ofllcial standing or prospects in tho department. A Silver Citv (Idaho) dispatch of tho 18th says: Tho hostilcs have left Stein's Mountain, and are moving to ward Harney's Valley, thonco to Mat thews's Agonoy and Snako River, and will probably keep on until ...

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. — 6 July 1878

I. H. JULIAN, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. THE ELECTORAL GATION. INVESTI- 1'roceedlngra of the Potter Committee. Opt. Thomas A. Jenks, United States Deputy Marshal uudor l'ltklu in East Kollol ana l'uriuli, La., In 187(1, was examined at length on the Slst regarding his knowledge of tbo o-calld Hliurmnn-Andurson letter. Witness testified that the ilrst lie ever heard about the letter wax on Jim. iltli last, when it wan mentioned by MurHhul 1'itkln in conver sation ; never Haw to letter, nor lmil he any reason to lmllevo Ills wife knew any tiling about it. Upon erotiH-ozamitiiitinn, wittuwH admitted that Ills wife oatue to Washington In January lust, In response to a reiueit train Kellogg and Packard, who profoHsud.to be lieve tlnit alio hud aome documents or some intnmtation of some kind that would help them in prosecuting their claims for oulca. Letters from Ander son to Junks were introduced, requesting the latter to obtain the "letters," the documents," etc., and witness tes...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 6 July 1878

SEVENTH Ul OTTM SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS! IT U 909 AiOCT TWICE AS LARGE ni ooat.lns FOUR TIIIF.I M meb R.tlng Mat' Itr beretofort. By comparison, II will bt found nearly as larg. tb. (Julentt Dully A'.iM, aod to eodLln about much raiding mstter. it now .IVM ' FULL GENERAL NEWS, as will as LOCAL, to 111 patron, will aid to Lk. no olh.r newt papsr. Prlc. Ibo Mtue-only TWO DOLLAR! Jr poiU Ire I BOK'T .osaOW iUT M-BVOSCUIBE roil IT I ft Free Press, ISAAC E JULIAN, Editor. 8AN MARCWS, TEXAS- SATURDAY JULY C. Official Paper of Ilays and Blanco CoitltticS. IlAHrEB's Weekly begins to see the investigation in another light. It now gives a picture of Stanley Mathews' With his foot in a steer trap. Tub city of San Antonio is solid for Schleicher, and a majority of the counties of the District have declared in his favor. He received a splendid ovation at San Antonio ob his return home. Geo. Fremont is represented as be ing well pleased with his appointment as governor of Arizona. He wants to comme...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 6 July 1878

Free Press. 8A.tr MAROOS, TBXAfc SATURDAY..... JULY 6. Aiptnt Pat h Free Premt. The following gentlemen aru authorlted tort e.lTt and reoeipt for eubeerlptlona to tbt Faau I'mU In tbelr reipectlva localltlet: A. Htton, Kiq., County at ltrgt. palley ft Dalley, Btrloglowo. K. Martlodale, Mertlndale. Maj . K . Nance, llointatn City. f, u Beiemore, Cedar Vallty. J. D. Cady, Onion Craak. gT All poatmaattra are alto authoriied agente HOME NEWS. For Sale. A good Navy Revolver nearly new. Koquire at this office. Tub conolusion ot our Five Years Uetrospeot is crowded out this week. Toe late northern breezes have made the weather much ploasanter. Late leading newspapers and maga zines at the Free Press office. See announcement of Ca'pt. Gullett as a candidate for the Legislature. One great gross fruit cans at one dollar per dozen, at 0. 6. Shane's. Old newspapers, etc., for wrapping paper, for sale at this office, at 60 ots per 100. Elders Carrington and Williamson will begin a protracted mee...

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. — 6 July 1878

Tlianatopitlfl. IIV WIM.IA WM.RM IIBTANT. To hi in wlm in tlm love of NnWro holds flfimiiimilnti with her vlsiblo fornw, HllS HJHMlkH A various lHiiKimi for 1I Kayor hour Hlio lias i voice of Klo'luoait. uiid a Minllo And ekxuiieo of bounty, and Hlio Klido Into Mi. dm kxr muiH, with a mild And liimlinir nviiiimtliy. tliat steal away ri,..ir Mi,uriinnii. fro ho Is aware Whan tlinuxlitH Of (lie liu-t lilttor hour come llko a h!lKt Ovt thy xplrlt, and mid lumpcs Of tlm Htorn avony, and shroud, and pull, And liicutliloHS durknewi, and tho narrow tlOUfMl, Muko tlii-o to nhuddor, mid row nick at heart; tin forth, unto tho (iiiun Hky, und list To Nature's toiivlilnirH.wliilu from all around Karlh und her wuUth, and tho deptliHoi air (Somes a xtlll voice-Yet a fw days, und thun Tlm nil bclinldlinr nan ahull boo no mora Jn Mil lilMoourao; nor yut in tho cold (rround, Whore thy palo lorin was laid, with many tours, Nor in tho oinbruou of oooan, nhull exist Th IniiiKit. Klirth, that nourished ...

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. — 6 July 1878

FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. In the Senate, on the 18th, a concurrent Kiolutlon to extend the session until Wednesday evonlng was adopted. The Bun Inr Civil Approprlntion bill occupied nearly entire sosalou, und wits tltially disposed i hv tlic Senate, but the House refused to ri,7,',,r in snuie of the Somite amonUuient nil a Conference Coiinntttoe wan appointed, toe resolution of the House of Ueprexonta JJL in retorouco to tlio attendance of Sena Vnr Matthews as a witness before the amine Committee was referred to the Siiiimltteo on 1'rlvlloKos and Kindlons. Srhe House bill for the relief of settlors on i,.hlio lands passed. It extends the provls Inns of the act ol March 8, 1877. so as to allow ttlel'i WUO lliyl thClr crops injurod by Choppers to loftfe thoIrpom.:ciias W , KrllV tor the purpose. Ql Obtui.Tiltf slls fenance. The Uouse concurred In the Senato concurrent resolution decliirinu; that the treaty with Oklna, nllouhiK unrestricted immigration to this oountry, sliould be mod iried...

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. — 6 July 1878

The World la What We Mak II l'r lien torn people In thli llfo Who always sre repining. Who asver, oseer yet eould The slomv cloud's illvsr lining. Thar always somtthlaf It smlis, From lonrlis to III Mttlng Tbsl Cod's bane' mads Ibilr map of lift, They ssi m In wblls forgitllng. And I hers seen blessed light Tosla-becloeded rlilon, (on people who, where'er they be, Hake ssrlh nan in Klyilia. Tbsy slwsys the brlghleil lids Tbf direful shadows tir Aad keep lb flower of bopi la bloom Wltbln their hearts forever. Tbo ono en make the looniest dsy Seem wondrout ud snd dreiry; Tb otbor imlles tbo cloud! sway, And mikei dirk day cheery. Tbli lift of onra li, ilttr oil, ' About as wo ibill miko It. If w oin binlih grief and cue, Ut'i bnu lo undertake It. To Girls. Never marry man who baa only hi" love for you to recommend him. It is very fascinating, but it does not make the man. If he is not other wise what he should be, you will nev cr be happy. The most perfect man who did hot love you sho...

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. — 13 July 1878

s Free Press, I. H. JULIAN, "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR. VOL. Vll. SAN" MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEXAS, JULY 13, 1878. NO. 36. San 1 Vfarco Free Press. I'UBLISHED EVERY SiTUBDAY BY "ISAAC II. JULIAN, Te whom a't Letter should be Addressed Office South side of Plaza. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION : One year, lo advance PJJ HI month. " 1 " a-, months 70 RATES OP' ADVERTISING, n.. nine. on. Insertion II 00 1 etch addition I InMCtlan under one month, SO eente per square. I mo. 3 man. moi. I 11 moi Square. 1 " .1 " 4 " yi oolnt " 1 " t J.0 4.50 T.Uf 8.00 fl 00 t S.00 T.00 a.00 10.00 n.oo 15.00 11.00 lfi.00 10.00 15.00 45.00 60 M 10 as so 85 1S.00 15.00 HO 15.00 I 85.00 IOC n.inb In mace constitutes square. Legal and transient advertising payable etrletly a advance. Local notleea, 10 eente per line eaoh Iniertlon ..-nanclne: eandldatee for office, county, a u .00 For Dlitrlot or State oBc W Obituary notlceo ol over ten lines charged dvertlslng rates. at BUSINESS DIRECTO...

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. — 13 July 1878

I. H. JULIAN, Editor. ' PUBLISHED EVEKY SATl'RD'VY CUBREMTj, TOPICS. Tim following Is aulhorlod : Inqui ries continue to bo made of tho 1'resi dont from porsons occupying Federal olllees in tlill'erent parU of the country aa to whether the President's civil servico order . remain in forco, or whether it has 1een modified. It can boHtated on authority , thut tho ordor will bo cufoicudv .This - ordor pio hibiU porsons holding Federal positions from taking part in caucuses, primary meetings or conventlons.while thoy will bo permitted to support any candidate they choose, and assist in. any way that will not Interfere with tho proper dis charge of thoir official duties. . Volun tary contributions to campaign funds aronotconsidoredbytho President to bo a violation of this order. Tiik Departments of tho South and Gulf areconsolidatod under tho name of the Department of the South, Brig.-Gen. C. C. Augur commanding, to take efl'ect July 1. ; , . ... Comflkti! returns from tho lato Ore gon e...

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. — 13 July 1878

I. H. JTJXIA5, Editor. - PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY", FOB THE YOUNG FOLKS. A NUT TO CRACK. There was an old woman who lived In a but About the size of a hickory nut ; The wall were thiok and the oelllngs low, And seldom out doors did Uio old woman go, 8be took ho paper, and tu no book . Of any o it was she scan to look i . ' -1 1 r et she lmuRlnod she knew much more ' t Than man or woman bad known betore.. ' j They talked In ' her,, bearing taf wondrous things, -Of the dazzling splendor of Eustorn Kings, Of mountains covered with ice and snow Whon all the valley lay green below. They spoke of advontures by sea and land, Of oceans and soas by a cable spanned, Of burled treasures; but though she heard, She said she didn't believe one word t And still she lives In her little hut' - -i About the sine of a hickory nut, l At pnaoe with herself, and quite content With the way in wkioh her days are spent. Littlo It troubles her, I suppose, ' " Because so very little she knows ; For, keeping b...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 13 July 1878

1S78. ortna m mm w. press i it u trow ABOUT TWICE A8 LARGE and wbUIm FOUR TIMM at maeb Bea-llng Hat. tar it heretofore. Byeemparleah.UwIII be fonnd nearly ' I Ik Oaltutt JfUt 10 "ul about Bitk reading matter. it aow htm PULL GENERAL NEWS, at well at LOCAL, III patront will ottd f oth,r "' paper a Pilot tho aamf-only T0 DOIiLAM 7' poetalo free I bon'T IOHOW tOf ysDtl9CHiBB roit it! fa Free Press. ISAAC H, JULIAN, Editor. SATURDAY JtJLY 13. Official Paper of Uayi and Blanc Counliei. IndiaH raids into Uvalde and Kim'' bio countiea are announced TntBK is again considerable likeli' hood of a collision with Meiico. TUB office of the Waco Examiner has been destroyed the eeoond time by fire. Supposed to be the work of an incendiary. v Tub noble old hero and statesman, General Jo. Lane, though in his 76th year, has offered his services to the Governor of Oregon, to serve against the hostile Indians now in arms in Eastern Oregon and Idaho. We were a little ahead of time last week in reference...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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