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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 17 August 1878

Free Press SA.N MA.KOOS, TBXAt. SATURDAY AUG. 17. A (renin for Hie l-'reo Pre. The following gentlemau ar autherlced lori cate tnd receipt fur euhcriptlooe to lb Faici full in their retpecilvb localltlet : A. Ilfaton, Ktq., County at large. palley Dalit, Slrlngtown. It. afarllwlala, llartlndale. HaJ. K. Nance, Mountain Ctiy. t, h. Beienioro, Cellar Valley. i, D. Cailj, Onion Crertt. nj" All pnatmattera are alto autborlaed agtntt HOME NEWS. You will find oil at the finest machine Geo. Dunlap's. Kate leading newspapers and roaga ziues at the Feee Press office. Remember that the Inrgebt stock of tobacco to select irom is at Fry's. . Mr. Byron, tho .painter, has re moved his shop to next door to Bock's saloon. ;. Wasted. A bushel or choice poaches, for canning, at this office two of Apply We learn that the body of an un known dead man was found last week in the upper part of this county. Just received a fine assortment ewiog Machine needles, at Dcnlap'r of The oatiip meeting has held th...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 17 August 1878

TUB DEATH OF tOE'B SWEET HEART. from the Graphic.) Announceniaiit In muo of the death of Sarah Helm Whitman, at Providence, of heart disuse.' To tbl. UUy J e wm ( some time e ntfBtrcd In inrrtoW, but the lady wisely inudo the euifaeuwnt conditional, and the weakened, dilute poet was una hlo to olinervu the condition", and they part td. Jn hli lecture op poetrv be awarded to her a "ure-emlneiioe hi rellnemiint of art, einliudlalm, ImaKluatlon and gentiiM,"an e tin.nto which the cultured ady wwojly tuelltied. K was- In Seutemlier, 1H4M, that lby becune acquainted, and be thereafter often vlnlted her In 1'roTidenoe. HI" P ; lulled lulleni to bin fiances how much dell-cai-y and a retlnu moral sense, and aro nuiongtbo mo-d creditable of all his writ In". Hut Homo of them betray, In tho Ian iruiiao of Sarah Whitman, "the aony of the 1.1 ,.rl.l..l hu u-aa tnrotlnnmo.tl to do- fi-nt, with a power which no added word could helehlen." The romantic clrcum ntiiuccii attending bis llrt meeting w...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 17 August 1878

eFtiCUl SALARIES 15 ENGLAND. .. nur vmj at tha Publta atarraata Aarou the Wa,tr. . .. London Corfeipondenoo New Torlc San.') Dignity is commonly an expensive article in any country. It is especially o in Great Britain. The Queen re ceives annually $1,925,000 from the na tional exchequer " tor the support of ber Majesty's household and of the hon or and dignity of the Crown of the Unit ed Kingdom of Great Britain and Ire land." The Lerd Mayor of London receives $50,000 a year, likewise for tho support of a great amount of " honor and dignity," and is said to spend more than his salary, as a common thing, during his year of office. Millions of families in civilized coun tries earn less than $500 a year, but they can not, it must be presumed, af ford " dignity" on that inoome. Col liers and iron-workers are . literally; starring in South Wales and Stafford shire, and yet the Lord Mayor of Lon don continues to take his $50,000 a year, and her graoiouB Majesty; the Queen still takes her ...

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. — 17 August 1878

til- 3 ;l i i si ?f s I; M i'H i li. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm -- , . -.fr. . I. . - -aaaawfaaaaaas M I T II K HTATE OF TEXAS? - 'Wealda't Wo?" B Mi mo mj faoe wei le P" J; And falreet be ever The bobolink eosles) elflf. no Dlf btiogele Imloked IM WDOJ V dlmplee tbey quarrele' wllb cherries. Just noder eyes xei" ni blM' If y IroiiM tbey oof or"! tll unboomti I smiled oa bite Iboo, wouldn't job I" Bo leM W,M '''J My lips ooly modelled lo klH "And woo Id I glve.oae of Ibo swsetesl For such poor bauble M tbl.T" Maybe I ought not to've don It. But bo looked lo boioooktof tod truo, Aod Ibo rlnf wai oo pretty I took II, Aod ito blm a kiot, wouldn't yon f Bo told no tbon woo adesr cottage Jul dowi boot Ibo rotkt by tbo tea. Where Ibo sweet roooo noddrt wojeomo, Aid mockiofblras otto lor . Wilk klBMir, of ooo rot, St Iko IMUt- Tw.i and plenty lore tor as Iwoj I foritoi whet I Mid, bot I'm thinking I kloaod Mb again, woaldn'l jot 1" Legal Helices. The following are the legal notic...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 24 August 1878

San Marcos Free : Press !. H. JULIAN, "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Good." PROPRIETOR. VOL. VII. SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEXAS, AUGUST 24, 1878. NO. 42. Free Press. PUBLISHED EVERY 8JTUHDAY BY ISAAC H. JULIAN, To whom it' I Letter should be Addressed. OmoR South Bide of Plata. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION ! On. yeOn ." Hit mouiht Thro, month. . ..$1 Ot .. . RATES OK ADVERTISING. On. !. 11 00 1 "h '4Ul0" ,1 Interllon und.r .n. mouth, to c.nli p., insert. j im I nMX. I Omo. M.. Ik not 1 Square , 4 v ir colro. . '.. 1.B6 a s.ee t.oe 4.50 T.or 8 00 9.00 11100 36.00 M.00 10.00 12.00 16.00 26.00 30.00 11.0. 16.00 10.00 16.00 46.00 (WOO 10 00 16.00 . so.so 36.00 OO.Ofl IOC .00 1 1 " . . . .nn.tttiii.a a enoara. Jg.l and trentlent adverllelng pbl. trloMy " dvtnee: line each In.ertloo WoLtoa candidate, lor offl... county. $ MO pr UUtrlbt or sum omc - Obituary notice, ol ov.r tea lines charged .1 dvertlting rate. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. jnewnpnper. .., n'nir.s I. TI. JULIAS, IV ET TBSMr ,ou(...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 24 August 1878

; f it 1.1 r' I. H. JULIAS, Zdltor. .'. ri-BUSIIED'EVEUV 1 SATURDAY. MAXIMILUV.S KEIU.N. i,n.rm Minniil-r1" B.nilnl.n f the MhurUlVMl Oavmrnmanl t)irlolt rlllraa od llr Mvlxnchiily M Union to rrn-Tli' Kmrjf of HrTkHi m Wi ly llrb-rH 'of the Kliiplra anil tUm Emperor Death, The Philadelphia Times has somo ex tract from the autobiograplcal papers left by the late Confederate General, J. B. Msernder, whtatr contain many inter esting reminiscences of the last days of Maximilian's empire.' Gen. Magruder, Willi other Confuderates.went to Mexico immediately after the closo of the rebel lion, and was graciously received and given olllce ny Maximilian, una. m grader wrote:1 "''' ' 1 1 The country was almost entirely un der the control of .Maximilian at the time of our arrival in the City of Mexico Juarez was at Chiuuanoa, retrcauni toward the Rio Grande, Escobedo an the robber Cortina were at MiOanioras, within a stone1 throw of Texas. Yuca tan ws imperial and all the peoplo rec ognized Maxi...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 24 August 1878

lal. lb rill tht f'i ! (b. the i "I T- 3d . n. of ro.ll at San glare. I. H. JULIAH, Editor." : " yUBLlSIIED EVERY SATURDAY ITEMS OF INTEREST -eronal d XAirnnrt,, Joaquin Miller is again in England, d a few hours after his reappearance in London received a cordial letter of welcnino from Mr. Gladstone. - ;.'. lWs sweetheart, tho' late Sarah Hden Whitman, -leaves, a jrolume of noems that will shortly be published, Z0BSr with a revision of her essay, "Poe wd His Critics." Mm. Francis Hodgson Burnett has ... L i unouahirn atorir -called Ha- 2SSS SShS said KhSiwft rrlU:.' " XT mnnarn,t t'b aj3 aonrt' have seen the manuscript to be as good jj ini Tbe Ciiesells, the! English pu6linH- ers have et:apart lor jue year i wo 8 1)00 nut of their profits; and propose to do the same every year, for a fund f r workmen who remain long ia their service. .'"V : ' ' !') . : They say Boh Ingersoll made more io hv leeturlntf last seasonithan any other lecturer, beating Beecher and Joe, Cook doio va ( "",r...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 24 August 1878

II t : : -.5! . 'I II Ill ''; .'ir; i '! 1 It if I i' I f is, Frie Pressi ISAAC & JPLIAlt, Sditcr. SATURDAY.;:;;:.. .;.Aya. si. Cvoi leafier e W iiti .rfatica DEMOCRATIC) STATE tICKEt io!i flOVKRSon: 'OBAW M. ROBERTS, Of 8iuith County. Vo UEttkilANT GOVERNOR.! JOSKPH D. PAYERS, 'Of ttaatrop County. "we Attain ey-o Esfeft A i. : GEURUK B. McCOKMICK, Of Oolohtdb County. FOB COMPTROLLER : STEPHEN U. DARDEN, Of Caldwell County. FOR TREA8UKER: F. R. LUBBOCK, Of Galveston. i(OR COMMIMIONER OK IllE LAND Or- ricE : WittfAM C. WALSH, Of Travis County. T Ik DtMNncjf ot the Wlaly tittle Mfirf rwlMllv trlei. A Demoeratie Convention of the counties oomposing the 64th Rcpro .uUti0 Distriot ia hereby called to incct at Luling, in Caldwell couoty, on lticday, the 24th. day of September, 1878. for the purpose of nominating two Kepresentativea to represent aaid patriot in the 16th Legislature. The oouuties composing aaid Dis triil are requested to aeleot delegate to en id Convention. A. N. DENTON...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 24 August 1878

9 Free Press. SATURDAY AUG. 24. Agent Tor the fren Prrwi. Tbt folkwlnt; geiiilemvn era titn'orlted to ta calve end receipt for labeeriptleat n the Putt ('mm In their rf acuvfl locoturtt; A. H.aton, Eeq., Cwrtiy ! Urge. Btrlnotowi. Ktrtlndale. lltnuia Clgr. Cedir Valley. Dtllry Utllojr, tt. Martludo.lt, . altj. K. Manor, J. L. Btaoort, j. 0. Cody, Onion Creek. MT All paetmaataro arc alto iiihorlttd tgcatt HOME NEWS. StobscRiBE for the Free Pees. The Court Hovse is to be dressed with window blinds, etc. You will find the finest msehine oil ikt Geo. Dunlap's. Fmst in Tns Field. Fresh ar rival of clothing to-day at DoNALBON A J0BN60N,B Skins ot improvement are frequent, and more antioipated. The vacant houses are filling op, and on the whole the prospects ol our town ate bright ening. Perfection at last. White Sewing Machine, will be found at Geo. Dunlap's. Ward has a combination baby chair which will be apt to find favor in the eyes of actual or cx pedant "panents." Hands warned to pic...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 24 August 1878

'..11 : ' 1 'ii 4 f t;S If ! 1r CUMl'AbiOXH Off THE ROAD. I.lfe'a niiU-xloiifHi marling your on year,' I'lluK IIVIT SWtlUT an WO UCHr The lliuil kiihI, thu Hltont end To wlik-h our laleU liiott'- tend. A y-iir oncK Hiriniwl a w-ntury, Now llkn adav It liurrii by, And (IimiIiU mill funis our bnarta oppress, Anil all llio way In weariiiiua. All in I how Iil and Ky w" were, ' ! Vollth'H MHI III llll "lir VIllllH HHI1I-, Wlinn Imuf aim wltli liillilKU, , A happy c-an coinpuny, wo 8tuii4iii lortii. "yy t!,n Worn the niMi Klnrynf the tpi-lHK. And ull the Mir wi'lu wnrld was oars, . ,, v To gather as w o woul'l Us flowers 1 , , Thon Hfo almost eUu-nal warned, Ami ili'iuh m iln-ntu up vaiiiioly dreamoa, . Tlint In elm ilMiimfl nrnrc It threw A (.iiii(l-cli'leontlioitioiiiitiilrui blu,i; nV Tlnit rose bi'loro in "Oil and fair,. . J 1 U I C'lOtlllMl 111 llll-lll lllll'B ol iilr, Tolil( hwitiiiintliiBHr-tline,. '' ' hti-oiiKliioui iiiuiiIiudU'ii ktruutfth, to climb. llow iill lias chaniifld ! ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 24 August 1878

They have a cheerful custom In tome of the English hospitals. When patient is given over, the officials brinsr out a bis folding-screon with which they isolate his bed from the rest of the wara- me enect must be re markably inspiring, both upon the pa tient nimseii ana upon ine omer occu pants oi mo wixra.Kxciutnge. HOSOB TO AMBRICAN MANUFACTURERS His MuJi'Sty Uwar H.,KinKOl Norway and - Sweden, has eent to the Mason & Hamlin Or gan Co. the Grand Swedish Gold Medal In recognition of the superiority of their cabinet orpins. 1 he medal la surmounted by a crown anil bears on one side the Inscription "Lltterls et Aruhus," and on the other, around the hunt of the hum. "Oscar II..' Eveo. Norv. Goth. Vand. Hex." This liouor will be the more valued by the Company from the fact that His Majesty Oscar II. In known to be a musical connoisseur oi nignest attainments. Tn Great Familt MEDiorsB. Dr. Wil ' boft's Anti-Periodic or Fever and Ague Ton ic I No case of incurable Chills has yet pre s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 24 August 1878

What the For WrU Heed. Pater and Hater famUlae Tkelr elaagei puokered wllh eare rond'rtog what they akooM do wllb. Ibelr glrla, Their clrti wild Ihi "auburn" balr. They le, bbc le BKi aed b7 Saoee," ibe Hid, "And they tktlch wllb Iht peqell and peB They sp.sk the 0erma ind Preach, aid drew" "Ob, yea l-aay object bat bobi And tbtro Ibey oil ittck," tba eld aiaa trowled, Wllb ill Ihelr gabble and Dutch I" And bo gave Ibo poodle konotlb bli ebalr A prod srlta Ibo polo! of bio eratob. Hut whet eaa they do tbot U atefal f" Be yelled Wllk aa aatb tbot wae really shocking. "Con they mw, or sweep, ar eook.or eleaa, Or dim Iba bole lo their (locking!" "Dare Iba koloa In Ibtlr tlocklagt" oba erlod, Wilt a half hysterical brleki . -Ab.ae, Indeedl Wba Iba poor girls aood U a thorough knowledge of Orookl" Commercial Sutlttht. Hlie Making. Mr. II. Fraolto, of Blackjaok, Fay etto county, firnuheb to tha Galveston Newt tba following inlormatioo id re gard to the manufacture of wine from tbemuiuof m...

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. — 31 August 1878

San M. press, I.H. JULIAN, 'Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR. VOL. Vll. SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEXAS, AUGUST 31, 1878. NO. 43. areos Free Free Press. n'jinsnED eveuy ssturday by 1 S A A 0 II. J U 1 1 A N , To whom u'l Letter should be Addreaeed. Office South sido of Plaza. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION : nn vear. In advance 2 00 lx months ' liree month! 1 S 6 RATES OF ADVeRTTSING. n.. .nuare.one Insertion $1 00 1 each addition t Insertion under one montb, 60 cents per square. I mo. 3 mm. 8 mo. 1! mot I 1.60 Vioo" Tt7io a l j oo 4.50 K.00 12.00 80 00 T.ur io.oo ib.ho so.oo 8.00 ViM 'JUDO 30.00 0.00 15.00 55.00 3S.H0 15110 S5.00 4B.00 OO.00 S5.00 85.00 00 M) lOC.OO I Square. a ' :i " . 4 " i; colra. . n.innh In anace constitutes . iqutre. Legal and transient advertising payable strictly n advance. i niii-n. 10 centa tier Hoe each Imertlon Announcing candidatea for offlae, oounly, f 8.00 For District or State office M.0I Obituary notlcet ol over ten lines charged at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 31 August 1878

I. H. JULIA, Editor. 1TBLISIIED .every Saturday. THE GERMAN SOVEREIGN. A BtroaC Vrmnoh Hltiir of th Emperor Willlnm. fFroin the Paris Figaro. One of the window of the Emperor's cabinet on the ground floor looks out on the Avenue L'ntef den Linden, whero Nobllng shot at him. Curtains orna mented with blue flowers nrovent tho passer-by from seeing the whole of the interior of this cabinet. Here are the miniatures and photographs of his fam ily, and the portraits of the family of sovereigns. , One sees very soon his Preferences. . The Emperor Alexander as a large, full-length portrait; Fran cis Joseph has only a medallion. Here, also, are the souvenirs of the princesses some work of art or specimen of needle-work. At one side are memen toes of the war pieces of shell, etc., which ho has picked up on some battle field, under circumstances that he only knows, as a bourgeois brings home from his trip to the water-plants and shells. A curious person, following the move ments of the curtain...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 31 August 1878

T 1 I. H. JUIIAN, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal and Literary. 'Bill Arp" bus been leoturing be ore an Atlanta audience on "A Cousin in Berlin." The Constitution speaks highly ot ttie ouori. America's young oontralto, Miss Jlnttie Glenn, of Iowa City, Iowa, who lot four years has been pursuing her musical studies in Europe made a most suceesslul QeDut at Aiaita recently. The whole of the unpublished uianu scripts of the composer Rossini have lust been sold at auction in London, They were purchased from Madame Kossini, who inherited them under the composer's will. Poter Cooper was first a coach' maker,; then a cabinet-maker j then s grocer, and failed in all three. It was not till bis fortieth year that ho began making clue, and then laid the founda tion of his fortune, now estimated at 10,0OO,OOO. . . .' Frederika Hallin, a Swedish girl, has just received a royal permit to pub lish a weekly paper in that country, She not only writes her v articles, but ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 31 August 1878

Free Press. ISAAC 2. JULIAN, Editor. BAN MARCOS, 1B3C AJSi 8.VTUKDAY AUG. 31. 0jjfcuaJ iVfpcr of Jlayi and llltineo CountUt. DEMOCRATICjfrATE TICKET FOR governor: OliAN M. 110 BEETS, Of Smith County. FOR LIEUTENANT OOVERNOR I JOSEPH D. SAVERS, Of Bastrop County. FOR ATTORNKY-QENERAIi ! ueorge b. Mccormick, Of Colorado County. for comptroller: i STEPHEN II. DARDE, Of Caldwell County. for treasurer: P. R. LUBBOCK, Of Galfeston. IOR C0MMIB8IONKR OF TUB LAND OF FICE: WILLIAM C. WALSH, Of Travis County. T the UrHMNsracy ot the aliy. tourth Mereeutve !! Uriel. A Damocratio Convention of the oountiea composing the frith Repre sentative Distriot hereby called to meet ut Luiiog, in Caldwell county, on Tueaduy, the 24th day ot September, 1878. lor the purpose of nominating two lle,ireentative to represent fluid )istriet io th 10th Legislature. TLu couutiea composing said Dis trict are requested to select delegates to naid Convention. Chairuiaa Dem. Ex. Com. of 31st Sen. District. San Makcos, ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 31 August 1878

Free Press, BAH MARCOS, TBXAt. SATURDAY.... AUG. 31. Atrala Tor thr Fren Prrmt. The WloWliiK gentlemen ara authorised tot celve (nil receipt fur aubtcripllont to Ibt fV 'nM in iLulr respective locarHlee: A. J) niton, Kq., Cuoniy large. Dallry oVUalley, Jl. Martlildale, JIJ. K. Kane, J. I llit'cmore, J. D Cady. Slrliif town. Martlndala. Mountain City. Cedar Valley. Onion Creek. All poatmaatera ara alas authorised genu HOME STE-We. Ilaro County iinal Narroitadlng Sew Kdlfioaa. We shall devote nearly all tbe local apart of our next issue to a rcprodtio tloa of our description of Hays coun ty and SuirouDdiDRB, carefully revised, und with the addition of considerable interesting new matter. We had in tended issuing it in pamphlet form, tint circumstances at present forbid- We shall print several hundred -extra copies to meet the demands of our people and of inquirers from abroad, price five cents. It has bee generally pronouuced the most trttthful and satisfactory description of the kind...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 31 August 1878

i.ovk Hosaa. U.U'IIK.'K. l.t e-te.uy Uiu Held " w,'h luvu ituiuuivk to como, and ulcH Ui In m,.! in April luvo, o ..lek to K", Tn-.tlcV tlio -HI" I" Iff". "" '''" "'"If. A...I " J hut will 1 tll you It you como to Noti"'.'l no. for Unit would noyer do " n A .i ll un-wer I- H'etliiK ". n iril lovtrr If n llekle wooer, .i A .rll lnvii In miver Iiihk or mire Hut l.ove in May l ulwiiy lW to "y Who i.Mr. In Muy a Kvnl K'vo Ky ( An April mifcwiir U Ili-kln pheut, , A 'I'll l"V r eiiiMii wiiidlnu idinot, l A Pl'll loVII l llil K" "''. KM NWIMlt. VvVh, ii In M.ty-I" M.v lull ilul wooer, seek i e In May-tor Muy Iihh Howe, y li.ro. A.k mo ill Miiy-Ir then la love most Min e. IIOCIIT. Iii) you luvo inn (JnrlliiK--do you? Will vim let urn win you, woo you, Wl you. crown yoii-lmve my way -Ol my limirt it thi'oim crmito youf Will you lild mo lovo-you linteyou Koyully, u lovur may? lm you lovn mo, nweellioiirt. tell mc? Tin urn. lull ". why '"1"''",...,,, ..n. i. .....-li.lf.i.u. arltlMtll.mil "Nl...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 31 August 1878

II w the People Drew In Sierra Leone. The dress of the fishermen generally consists of a rag about the loins. The ordinary laborers, porters and 'long, iboremen usually wear loose thin shirts and trousers, although they frequently hive oulv the latter, and in other in stances what resembles alongbag cut men at the ends, with two holes out vr . i . 11 i m . 8l)0V6 lor ins aims, aii ure uareiuoiett, and most are barelegged below the knee, A lie uiuiusv liivtiiinuio neau cov ering is a skull-cap of gaudy color, pfrks. messengers, store and shop. keepers, and those belonging to that class, usually wear clothes of European cut and make, of dift'orent colors and fashioning, wim sooes ana aaxs line any bodweise. men come me niussui mans, dressed in long, pure white flow, incr robes, not unlike an Episcopal min iter's surplice, with sandals secured across the instep with huge buttons, and tall britnless linen or cloth caps. These are the loliows wno came in irom tne nnnntrv and are " not at...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 31 August 1878

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Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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