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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 13 July 1878

Free Press. BAN1 Jwt-A-ROOa TEXAI. SATURDAY.. JULY 13. XffenU br the Fro Pr (bo following fentlomoa r OBtkorUod to ro- tor and roeolpt f onbAerlpHoaa to tbo Fm laH In tbolr roipaellTB locantioo A. HMton Kiq. Ountr ( UrfA. Ilrlnglowa. MartlBdalo. MoanUIn City. . Cedar Vall.y. Pollor DIIT X. lUrtlndalo XoJ.K.XaBeo UBaiaboto J. D. Cody Oaten Cmk All poitmtiUff in aba aotborliod agtBU HOME NEWa Scbscbibe for the f bee Press. CottOK picking we learn will begin early in August. No appearance of worms in tbii section as yet Late leading newspapers and maga- zines at the Free Press offioe. Tue San Marcos Carriage Factory are having a sign 41 feet in length painted besides others. Texas and Northern bacon now flour are among the weekly arrivals 4t . Brigos. See new advertisement of Coronal Institute. The next term will begin we believe the first Monday in Sep- tember. Lumber is on the way for the proposed improvement of the build- ings &o. Til mooking-birds sing all night this blessed se...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 13 July 1878

i ; i; Love's Strife. i. f wonder whether I Icivs hor; I wonder whether I liiitol Now the will coo like a milk-whit dove All love; Nnw aim atanila Ilka ft onsen apart Urownod with beauty; but haashe a heart? Oh could I only discover Whether I lova or hate . Then ihouM I know my fnto. Ml'' 11 . ' .( H. . . I wondor 1 lor a minute . . Hhotblnkiof mo wheaaway; 1 II she deouu ma a trivial toy . . Mere boy ; Yea I oun faaoy ; yen I oaa see Koay rod llp that lannh at mo. Oh love'a atrifn I I'll boffin It J TlirowhiK all fear away ' i . I'lJ know my Into tuin uiiy. --r ri - . . -I!.! ' 1 ..!.-- The Weather In Verse. Tho undoraltfiied desires In a modest sort ol way ' ' I V ' i To make the observatftm which properly he may ( KM f I ; !'' To wit: That writing vorscson the sovoral so- lar anasona la moat uncortain business and for these con- elusive reasons: In tho middle of tho autumn the subiicrlber did compoau . t - ' ? ' A sonnet In Novotnbar.khowliiRbowHiaaplrit grows Unhappy and despond...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 13 July 1878

TIE ELLCT0K1L INVESTIGATION. proceeding of the Potter Committee. Tb6 examination ol Mm. Jonks was further continued on the 31th Mr. Springer yen. Ilntlur and Uon. MaoUation each que tinning her at some length regarding the wrlthik ' 116 voalled Sherman letter. The Iltiic uvU'ixtl or relused to unswer.lcadiiiK micmlona the suhatunco of her testimony buiiiK thut hIio wrote or dictated the Bpurf nus letter In order to make Anderson and Weber annul linn she being fvarlnl thnt If they failed to not the wrlttmi guurantee they would sell out to the Democrat. An a roaiion for not presenting the lettor from Weber to nheriiiuu b!i aid thnt he wunted to main- lain llicdlgnlty the purtyand (lid not want the visiting statesmen to know what a von. ;ntllile stratum there was in the party In LouUiunu tt that time. In reply to thu Question whether alio knew that Sher- man had Klvuu a verbal Kunriiutue alio aid that Weber told her they had .been as- sured they would bo taken care of but Slier- Iimn' ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 13 July 1878

TMirfAaMr. noa nmtcn. Prithee tell . Matplo-CnlD At what sc dolk Ion begin f TMr ble as scarcely est linin IkrM my falrj quoen Bit a alrsoU of sweete loft approaches sly retreats 8bew tb Hill arcbor ther Hidden la jour pretty bain Whoa didst leara 4 burl to win I Prithee loll mo DlmpU-Cblnl "Ohl" tbe rosy Hps reply "I can't tell jo If I try. TU to M I ean't remember! Ask some yeangtr lass the II" Toll 0 till arlsslsd-Pa Do yoar heart sad bead keep pto I Wboa does boarj Ioto split Wboa do frosts pat oat tba Srst Cta It embers bara bolow All tbal (bill Poeombor saow t Cut job tllll (oft bud) to press Btu; beads to niooth oad blow t Wbta dooi Lots Ito ap tbo ehas t Toll 0 toll BO. Grisiled-Peee? "Ah." tbo wis old lips reply "Toatb msy pui sad strength msy die ! Bat of Lets I oob'I foretoken: Aok some oldtr up then II" Tlie Ursat Horse Race oat the Fourth. Louisville July 4. When the drum tapped for (he great four-mile raee today Tea Broeok and Mollie McCarty went by the trios; like twi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 20 July 1878

. ..... ...... v r. . i -W W I. - - W -..- - ..... San Marcos Free Press I. H. JULIAN 'Prove All Things l Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PJtontlETOIt VOL. VII. SAN MARCOS HAYS CO. TEXAS JULY 20 1878. NO. 37. Free Press. VUBLtSIIED KVEUY SATUltDAY BY ISA AO II. JULIAN To whom u'l Letter "hmild be Addressed. Office South side of Plnia. rates of subscription: On year. In advance $3 JO Klx month " 1 J Thru nioulhi " RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square on l-serllon (I 09 ; aoh addition- al insertion quire. undo oue month to eenti per I mo. 3 mo. 1 1 mot. H moi Square.. I : 4 " )( cotm. . ! 3.eo t 8 oo T.oo t li oo 4.50 K.0O 11.00 soon T.or io.no ls.oo st.no H.00 13.00 30.00 30.00 9.00 lfi.00 55.00 35.00 lt.OO 25.00 45.00 00.00 at.oo I 85.00 no i inc.oo One Inch In space constitutes square. Legal and transient advertising payable Irielly n advance. Local notices 10 eenta per line each Insertion. Announcing candidates lor oDloe oounty f 5.00 For District or State offices VM Obituary notice! o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 20 July 1878

SI 3 ! Ij j ' I. ' a- '. i i ; 1 ? 'ij ' ): 1 7 s ; i I. H. JOXIAH Editor. Pimr.TSHEn EVUItY SATURDAY C UKKENT TOPICS. Tin Congress has decided to cede to Russia that portion of Bessarabia which she lost io 18M extending from the Pruth to the Killa Valley. The Con gross also decided to transfer the Do- brudscba to Itouniania. The frontier of the new territory is to be advaaoed bo as to run from the neighborhood of Silistria without including that town to Manilla on the Black Sea. Rou mania will thus acquire a fertile tract of country and bo established on both banks of the Danube. The Congress has recognised the independence of Bou- mania and Montenegro. Additional conclusions arrived at by the Berlin Congress are the autono my of Western Itoumelia Jtyirus 1 nes- saly and Crete to be secured by Eu ropean control j to maintain the Dar danelles closed as at present to snips of war; toeedo Baton ra to Uussia and make it a free port. There remain the questions of dismantling the fortifi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 20 July 1878

I. H. JULIAN Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. THE ELECTORAL INVESTIGATION. Proceedings of th Potter Committee. The Mrs. JeuVs-Anderson correspondence was read before the Committee on the 1st. Xbe letter refer mostly to Mrs. Jenks's visit to Washington and her apparently unsuc- cessful efforts to make any thing out of Sher- man or Matthews on the strength of her al- iened knowledge of certain dooumenta relat- ing to Louisiana affairs. Anderson rldloules hr for losing her temper and for being wheedled out of "that letter" by Shermau on a merely verbal promise of reward. He also refers to her unsuccessful attempt to bull- doze Stanley Matthews out of a pass. Mrs. Jenks's Indorsement on these letters indi- cate that she communicated their contents to Matthews. Mrs. Jenks's replies to Anderson's letters are in a similar sarcestlo vein but re- veal no tangible facts Boulds Baker the Texas gent eman who Bent a lengthy tele- gram to President Hayes suggesting the ap- pointment of a Souther...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 20 July 1878

I ; i i J ' f f'i i i I t V f M 1 1 i i ; . i I k vto. seventh im. 1S7J- SIN MARCOS fSEE PRESS! IT I KOff A'"'T TWICE AS LARGE and MiuiNH'll1IMi:ft ..mud. H-ad'i-.-Mat-nr s 1" Tftiifiire. Byooui!.rl.n U I'e n' " " Ur ii (i.'o "iHy aud ""ln sliouie.uiii-li mi'llng mali'T. ii now ntvi FULL GENERAL NEWS :!. i.'k;ai. so IU patron wili t 00 olllr nc paper I.. lrtc tho io:-iily TWO nOf.LARS yr DON'T It unit n w out Free Press. ISAAC II. JULIAN Editor. SAN 3V1A.R.C03 TEXAS. SATUJiDAY JULY 20. Official Paper of Jlmjs and Blanco Counties. The CoiivnuilonN. The District Convention at San An- tonio after .wiving boen in session near- ly a wi'uk adjourned without being ' able lo nominate a candidate. A plat- iorm Hubrttiintialv tliut ot St. LouiB in 87J v8 adopted. Another was re- ported by the aii not iiy. apparently on- iyJiutcuduJ tocuiburuss Mr. Schleicher il nominated. Tbc reporter ol' the Galveston Newt stated that Schleicher lost sufficient votes to have nominated him in the ptart by the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 20 July 1878

' ' ' " J ' Free Press. BAN UA.ROOS TEXA6. SATUUDAY. .JULY 20. Jk rnta for Ilia I'rrn PrwN. The following gentlonim era .nrhorlxed lore- colve and receipt fur eubicrlptloni to the Fae I'KkW In.lbolr reipectlv localillee:-. A. H-aton Kin. County t large. Palley 4 Dilley SWIngiown. II. Martlndate Maitlndale. JlaJ.R.Kaiice' ltnoiiteln City. 1. 1.. Baiemore Oedar Valley. J U. Cady Onion Creek. IfT All poitmaittera are alie authorhted egent. HOME NEWS. The "spring fights" aro being suo- cccdcd by those of summer. . Dk! W. A. Dohmkn oeuliRt' from Austin will stay nt New Jlrauntele irom July 15th up to Sept. 1st. j "Lkss Black than WeVe Painted" by James l'ayn. constitutes No 185 of tbo Lakeside Library and is ior sale At this office. - . Just received extra castings for Filley's stoves. Also a lot more fruit uns at $1 per dozen. Call on U.G.Suane. To ARRIVE. A car load of first- class wagons which I will sell at Aus- tin prices. Wm. Giesen. Irom the Jiastrop Advertiser we learn of the rec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 20 July 1878

I Going After the Cows. ' ' Jeimin t Ji'imlii ! JiiiiiiUi I MUiere in tlin worll can Jonnle bet HU oroxHod Uiu ini ii'low an hour ago WAat the iflrl thut bo lingers tor' Tho sun Rooi down In tlio orlmon weat The tired day ircpru for rent And the luKKard inomunU ilowly pan -Hut bring no nuwi of tho truant lata. " What all the girl?" The whor cows . Stopping along the lane to browae lay look In rain from aide to aide And wait for the voice of tholr pretty guide Forfar behind by the pasture gate . Jonnlo and Jamie forge 'Ma late .Forget the cows and the milking hour And every thing elan aave Lovo'a a weet power The lengthening shadows nnhoeded fall The whin-poor-will with hla plaintive call Tho gathering dowa and the darkening iky All warn lu vain aa the mlnutoa fly. Twloo and thrice doea mother go To tho funn-liouHO door eroahe heara the low Of the oowa aa they trample up the lane And the ring of the oow-beUa dear and plain. 'Hut preacntly coino the laggard foot -Of Jonnlo and Jiiralo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 20 July 1878

HERE AND THERE. Betst Mcstasd is an advocate of woman's rights in Edinburg. there has not been a case of small pox in Boston for more than a year Since 1855 over 35000 Mormons have irrived at Castle Garden New York One hundred and twenty-five aores of watermelons are planted in the im mediate violnity of Spring Green Wis. The graduating exercises at a school in Brooklyn a suburb of Cleveland (0.)t were varied by the marriage of the School Superintendent to one of the girl graduates. Pekkt Bowsher who was hanged in Chillioothe Ohio was convioted on the testimony of his brother to whom he had incautiously shown a bond stolen from the murdered man. The trunk railroads' now' pay their employees according to the number of miles they run; the plan gives satisfac tion and is fast coming into general use on thS leading roads Father Mathkw Helbeds a Catho- lic priest of New Orleans has fallen in love with one of tbe fair members of his church. He has withdrawn from the clergy in order to mar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 20 July 1878

TIIK 1)11) MCIIOOI IIOt'SE. On tli village green It Hood. And t tree wee (t tli door If hoae aliadowa brood nd food . Reached far along tbo floor Of tbo echool room wbca tbo tun Put on bU t rliuioa vest ' And bli dolly labor done Like monarch sank to rest. How tbo threshold wood wot worn How tbo llntor-post decayed Rj tbo tread (t oto tnd morn. Of tbo hot tbot o'er II strayed fly tbo proionto or tbo orowd Wltbm tbo portal smsll I) tbo Ivy omorald shroud Tbot wrapped and darkened' all r That eebool-bouee dim and old- Bow many yean have Down Nlnce In 111 little fold If y name was kindly known t Bow different It I tame Prom wbal II need to be When (ay ai morning dr earns. Wo played around tbo tree. Bow we watcbed tbo lengthened ray Through tbo dotty window panel Bow we longed to bo away And at tport upon tbo plain I To lean the weary books -And the mastss'a e treful eye. For the loweri and tbo brooks . And the root and open iky Alas I where now are they My early eomradet dear r Departe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 27 July 1878

San Marcos Free Press I. H. JULIAN "Prove All Things) Hold Fast that which is Good." PROPRIETOR VOL. VII. SAN MARCOS HAYS CO. TEXAS JULY 27 1878. ;':'.'" NO;38; Free Press. rUULISIIKO KV12HY SaU'UUDAY BY ISAAC II. JULIA N To whom u'l Lottora should be Attdreanetl. Office South side of Plaia. HATCs OP SITHSCRIPTION: One year InadTance HI x months " Thret nionthi .(2 no . 1 a . 76 RATER OP ADVERTISING. One square one Insertion (1 00 j each addition I Insertion under on month SO eentt per square. I mo. 8 mos. j S mos. Mmoe 1 8iiro.. J " .. 4 K. aolm. . . !i " i " .. a 2.so B.on t 7.() la oo 4.M H.OO lil.OII 20 oo T.ur 10.H0 H.OO 26.00 M.00 12.00 20.00 30.00 8.00 16.00 2f.00 35.00 1(100 26.00 46.00 00.00 25.00 I 35.00 Oil Wl 10C.00 One Inota In space constitutes square. Legal ond traiialent advertising payable strictly n advance. Local uotices 10 eema per line each Insertion. Announcing candidates Tor office county $ 6.00 For Dlstrlot or State offices 10.00 Obituary notice! ol over tea ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 27 July 1878

I. H. JlttlAH Idltor. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. CURRENT TOPICS. TnB Borlin Peace Congress termi- nated IU sessions on the 13th when the Treaty was formally signed by all the plenipotentiaries. The proceedings terminated with a grand court dinner at Whitehall Palace at which all the pleni- potentiaries were present save Beacons- field and Gohschakoff. The Crown Prince presided. Gen. Howard's command struck the hostiles on the 8th near the head of Butler Creek charged upon them three times scattering their forces and cap- turing their provisions ammunition and camp material. The fighting was quito severe but the only casualties reported are five men wounded and 20 horses killed. The Indian loss is not known. The brunt of the battle was borne by Col. Bernard's 1st Cavalry who are hii?hlv complimented for their bravery Gen. Miles had an engagement with the hostiles near Cayuse fetation about six miles from Pendleton.Oregon on the 14th. which lasted several hours but was without decisive...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 27 July 1878

. I. H. JULIAN Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Shakespeare Modernized. HAMLKT TO TUB PLAT Eng. Speak the spoeoh I pray you A I pronouuood It to you trippingly on the tongue But 11 you mouth It m many of our players do I bad as lief Count Joannes had spoke my lines. Nor do not saw the air toe much With your hands and feet After the fashion of a wind-mill or Brother Tulmage But use all gently. 0 it offends me to the soul To see a robustious perlwig-pated fellow Tear a passion to tatters to very rags And mop the stago with it so to Bpeak. Be not too tame either ; But let discretion be your tutor As it is much cheaper than to take lessons Of a professor of elooutlen. Suit the aotion to the word and vice versa And get in your work in some kind of style. Any thing overdone is from the purpose of playing Whose end is to hold as 'twere the mirror Up to Nature that for herself she may see How her clothes may fit and ascertain If there Is any powder in her ears or eye- brows. A speooh overdo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 27 July 1878

mm ti m MARCOS (BEE PRESS ! IT II HO ASOl'T TWICE AS LARGE and contains FOCR riMKS astimcb Reeding- Hat- trr as heretofore. :ny'raninarlonit will be round nearly M Urge ' tin 'liulcftan V'M'J A ud lu contain 1 oboul much re idlng metier. ii now aim FULL GENERAL NEWS as wi'll LOCAL Vo Id petrous will end to lake no other news paper. 'I-rlce tliO eame only TWO DOLLARS postage free I year IIOII'T oROW (UT VT SUIISCHIIIE 0 IT I f Free Press. "HbAAO H JULIAN Editor. SAN MARC03 TEXAS. SATURDAY. ...JULY 27. Offii-ial Paper vf Jlays and Blanco Counties. Tlie t'onreniioa-'lhe Bwliwe"- Tbo State Convention was in session 'nearly a week closing on Wednesday. The "tug of war" between the three principal candidates was waged for some time. Lang was the first to withdraw. After a number of lurther balloting Throckmorton was also withdrawn and Judj?o Devine substi- tuted who (rained on Hubbard. On the 27th ballot the vote stood Hub- bard 722 Devine 781 . Caucuses of both parties were then had whic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 27 July 1878

Free Press. BA(f WAR003 TBX. SATURDAY JULY 27. A (ten la Tr the Free IrcM. Tht following gentlemen ara eutborlted tor- etlo and receipt for lub.crlptloui to lh Fata Paaai in their respective loctlltlei: A. Heton K1. County at Urge. Dalle Dalley - Strlpgtown. X. Martlndal. Hartlndala. IfiJ. K.Nance Mountain City. J. L. Baaemor. Cedar Valley. J. D. Cady Onion Crock. XT All poatmaatori are alio authorlacd agenti HOB NEWS. Peterson's Magazinb for August for sale at this office. Total eclipse (almost) of the bud on Monday next. Qet your smoked glasses ready. Ur. W. A- Dohmen oculist from Austin will stay at New Brauntela from July 15th up to Sept. 1st. To arrive a lot of wooden and nil- low ware at Brioos'. There was communion services' of the Cumberland Presbyterians on' last Sunday. They have combined with the Methodists in a revival effort this week. 1ATE leading newspapers and maga- zines at the Free Press office. b Just received ertra casting! for M. L. Filley Vstoves. Also a lot mo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 27 July 1878

Secret. Hot one Miulit tell (or nobody know Hour tliu dainty little blossom grew Or why It wan pink or why it ih bluo This child of tlio storm the nan and dew. Not one could tell (or nobody knew Why lovo wu made to gladden a (ow And heart that would lorover be true tio lone and starved the whole way through F.ltanor Kirk. Left Behind. Wc star-tod In the morning a morning full of glee " All In the ourly morning a goodly company And aonie wnro foil of merriment and all were kind and dear; f lut the other have punned their way and left me flitting- hero. My feet were not ao fleet as theirs my cour- age soon was gone And so I lamed and foil boblnd although they cried " Oome on I" They cheered me and they pitied me but one by one wont by For the stronger must outstrip tho weak there Is no remedy. Some never looked behind but smiled and swiftly hand In hand Dcpartod with a strange sweet Joy I could not understand; I know not by what silver streams tholr roses bud and blow But I am glad oh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 27 July 1878

Experts in building say the bricks used in building the new Concord (Ma33') prison colls were not wet henco the mortar didn't stick and a convict named Whclton picked his way nt with a knife and spoon. For the present the prisoners in this "magnlfl- Lnt new structure" will not be al lowed to have toothpicks. Tna Gbbai Family MEDionfB. Dr. Wfl- boat S ABU-rerjwiiu ui fuvui iuu aguD iwr r I uo case of incurable Chills hat yet pre- sented itself where this scientific and safe medicine has been employed. No cose has been found so obstinate as to resist its prompt and masterly action. No man has been so re- duced by malarial influences but with Its nse has come up perfectly reconstructed. No tills or purgative required with this medicine. Wiieslock Finlat & Co. Proprietors New Orleans. Fob sale by all Dbcouists. Honor to American Manufacturers. His Majesty Oscar II. King of Norway and Sweden has sent to the Mason & Hamlin Or- n Co. the Grand Swedish Gold Medal in recognition of t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos Free Press — 27 July 1878

A VeraMed -Jonrmif f UIn" When a mtn trereli o tbe Journey of life lie rets few robe of tli baill of itrlfe And if he's in Weal of fulda-book perchance 1 em f It blm sketch of lb rout at (leoca Bamei's lap coral and pep fuuerj nusserj err. erf . Beapi of toji reckel and' nolsea-hummery. irratomcr He mi' Off to Mbool dull es mule faf away drag away slow alow. Kerly lore coo like a dove slgherjr flew glow glow. Choose a career protpocta queer taller wall rjr gruf grolf. Lesson learol candla bornl Hickory wlckory putt pug. Fusserr. nuesery nummary dummery fag afar drajr away feller waller flicker wicker lauclilDg chaffing taoeolnr groaning lller plller.doctor'e blllerf.ead enough mid eDoagb glad when ou're bad.aoougb. When a man travel the Jearne of life. Ha geta a few rube In tba bostle and alrlfa ; Oste all bia Ufa A few rubi In tba buille and itrlfe. Every boy and girl should learn to pwirn. A writer in too American Agric-luriU offer the following Bug geition by obedienoo to which t...

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