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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 26 October 1878

Free Press. SAN MA.ftoOS, TBXAt. SATURDAY.. .OCT. 20. A got Tor Ike Fr Pram. Th following genllemo ara authorl.cd to re ceive aod reeeipl far abserlptiona lo lb Kami riiiu In their re.pectlva luc.lltleei A. IUalou, Biq. County at large. Dillcy Dlley, H. Marllod.lo, ItaJ.K. Nance, t. U Baiemore, Strlugtown. Martlnd.la. Uonnuln Cllr. Cedar Valley. J. D. Caily, Onion Crook. gf All poetmait.rt ore alio authorlud .gent. HOME NEWS. Needles, oil and attachments foi 11 machines will be found at Ueo. Donlap's. To Whom It Mar Concern. All parties knowing themselves in debted to P. Thomson, blacksmith, are requested to settle their accounts without delay. Aside from the dust, the weather js now pleasant and invigorating. We learn there was a slight frost on Wednesday morning. Trunks and saddlery and every thing else in the line of general mer chandise at low figures at DONALSON & JOHNSON'8. Job Work neatly executed and at the lowest rates at the Free Press office. m Another car load ot Mil...

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. — 26 October 1878

8) 1 1 (I.I i! IN ni1 !!! It IDVL-4FTKH TKSXVSOS. Up In th morning when the kle re red, I mell eoap on the aUirwv ; There' a bitf tub of nuiU lir the euleof the bed, Ami it eoumie down Uir. like fair day. There'll aomcliody ierubbiB in the np-aUira h. , . And 1 ww a mop through the win. It mcll and aonmla like it did laat fall : Thnre'a nobody here that can hinder. What to him waa love or hope? What to him wa Joy or care ? He tupied on uluu of lriah aoap The irirl hal left on the f ipmont atair, And 111" fuet flow out like wild, fierce tninn, And be truck each atair with a aound liko a drum ; And the Rirl below with the aorulil)inK-thin(r Laughed liko a iiend to aue him come. For what in life when the heart la dead, ' And a man i thumpitiK adown the atair, Now on hia back ami now on hia head, To land on the lend of an upturned chair? To olutoh with a tierce, unhelpinK K" At tho clipping banixtera Hying liy ? To drop, at tho end, with a atriiL'Kl'ng Ilali, In a wanhtub full of auda a...

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. — 26 October 1878

a ao.va of tuk corcrrar. Awl. from the ror U rattle. The Urt ' ow- WUere to live ie to Uniwl and to battle. Till Uw atrong treaJa the weak Bio don. Awav to U bonni green bilk Whet tbe UDliin altwpa oil the brae, And toe heart of tbe greenwood thrilla to tht bruin of too bird on the epray. fmm the emoka and the emother. The veil oi tho dun and tlie brown. The Dueh aud tho eplnab and the pother. The wear aud the went of the town: Away where the akjr ahluoa clearer, And the light brwae wandere at will. And the dark pine tree node nearer .To the Uht plumed blreh on the hill. Awar from the wlUrlina and wheeling, k .teaming above aud below, Wbere the heart baa no li-Uure for feeling, And the thought baa no qukt to grow. AweT where tho clar brook la purling, And the hyacinth droopa in the ahade, and the plume of the torn unourling ... . ita graoe to the depth of the ahade. Avar to the cottage, ao aweetly Kuibowered 'neath the fringe of the wood. Where the wife of my bottom "lull meet me Wi...

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. — 26 October 1878

v m fj it' 9 s i 5.1 1 I ! i Hani lors a fact ol ebirmlng A felrjr form of angel boast? Bt for 7 perl fire Baths heart lasslrsd by candor, low and duty. A homely look la like book, Fltlo ostelde, bat within II Are g ems ol thought by wledom wrought, Abl;hr worlb to win It. Mt Dt live ibould tb Christian, with do stsln upon my soul, With no ileflsh fear to bind mo 'nooth IU wlther- Ing, nora eontroli And conscience bearing witness tbst where duty lid tbo way, Ify highest bapplnesi be, boon lo follow nd obey. TnrkUh ore of Water. A Turk thinks ho can do nothing so grateful to God and roan as the setting up of a fountain by the roadside or in the street of the eity. where the way farer and his animals may appease their thirst and bless the name of him who provided for their wants. Often in my travels, says a correspondent, 1 have halted beneth the shade of a wide-spreading plane tree to slake my thirst at the limpid water of a marble fountain, and to repose from the noon. day heat. 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. — 2 November 1878

V San 1 r eos ' Free Press ,1 a: I II. JULIAN, 'Prove All Things j Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR. , -- ' VOL. Vll. SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEXAS, NOVEMBER 2, 1878. NO. 52. Mia tl 7 Ji' I Free Press, VUfiLlSBED EVERY Si XUltDAY BY 16AAO U. JULIAN,, To vrboin al I Letter should be Adtlreased. Oppicb South side of Plot. RATES OF BCBSCttlFTION ', .ft 00 ,. 1 S IS Slxmowths. Tore. diodVK .RATES P ADfRRIllutO. . On. "," "lo 41 ' ",llon- ,) insertion nusre. under nw- i u . u , r-r 1 I'm. I 3mos. B mot. 13 mos 7i a.sot 80 1 t oo I 19 oo I Squer. . : 4 " 1 eolm. . 1 " t bM 7.00 8.00 12.00 lg.oo ls.oo li.oo iota 16.00 36.00 28.00 46.00 86.00 6.IC0 e.nu T.Of 8 00 e.oo 15.00 35.00 20 00 96.00 SO .00 35.00 60.00 , IOC .00 On. Inch In .p.o constitutes square. Legal and transient advrttlBS payable trtolly n.dvance. . ' .'i ,.,in. Local notices, 10 cent, per ..... ...... i.nnanclni candid as lor oiue".,wu".j v . Tii.trtei or Stat, offlcoi, 10 00 Obituary notloea .1 over tea lines charged ...

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. — 2 November 1878

1'uUUhe l Every Saturday. I. II. JULIAN', Editor. six M.tnros, - TEXAS. TEXAS TOritS. Dill ;,. mi in I'IMh county of these, four iiron are boy iiml twenty-four girls. M..iiviurHiiuHiiroiiiiriflol uinl rxultnd i.v Ki.dtiirKs. us if tho liiiml of disease ; : . . ... i ..i -ii.,..., ..ni,. l,,l in...n Kln tchoil out over tnein oniy to iniiko tho nin of tho cross on tlu ir hoiiIh. A w-ritor in u Tort Worth lmncr lis- Mi.rtu tlmt thut roirioii rosts on a vast i 1. .... 4. l.hi .f fl'Ollutlllin 1 - - hii,,.., ! . . n ll.t'I lllllib J , .7.iiu llr urn rtiiiu About ono thousnnd wicks with sec ond cliiss mtiil mutter worn forwarded south Suiiduv mid Monday 1.V the Houston mid 'Texiis Central rouil after having' been thoroughly examined by postmaster Scott. Mr. Henderson Moore, of Uolivur coiintv, i'Jiss., but who has lately bven Htoiiiiini with friends in Johnson conn tv. went to Clebiirno hust Sntiirilay to; sjienk ut a Democrutic meeting. A lulo Hjioukiug ho wus stricken with imralyHis, un...

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. — 2 November 1878

THE ItOSK OF HltAIlOX. HV E. P. MCKF.llMAN. Thire was onoo rare exotio Thot bud blossomod high in heaven, Which the Hardliner transplanted. And tlie flower to man was given. Vwl the lioautoons Iloo of Sharon Preoiuiw Lily of the Vulo Wm sent down from Heaven a garden, Purest f ragranoe to exhale. Oh it was the fairest flower That has ever bloomed on earth; v,uri aw the star-like blossom. And proclaimed the Savior's birth. Palestine, the homo of Jesus, Wan a rough and barren soil. Reared among tho thorns and briom, Which of beauty would despoil. Bv the Heavenly Gardener cherished, To protect tho tender form, Sharon's Hose attainod perfection, Was inured to every storm. Round bis head a ray-bright oircle Seemed to form a mystio crown, And a halo of bright glory On the Savior settled down. He was burdened down with sorrows, He was bowed with sin and grief, Still he bloomed in glorious beauty, In this world of unbelief. For our sinB the sinless Savior Suffered for the ruined world : Tri...

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. — 2 November 1878

I Ell Free Press. ISAAC !L JULIAN, Editor. BAN MAKCOS, TEXAS. SATURDAY NOV. 2. Qffirial I'uper of Hays und Blanco Counties. The i'REE PEESS as an Adver tising Medium No "Patent" or Co-operative Adver tisements Allowed. the Fill Penis la leading newspaper and 'advertising medium, aud has ihe best offlct be tween Itaa ( ulurailu ami nan Aiitohtn rlvera. Circulate also generally, bolli Souib and North. A live paper, devoted lo Immigration ami the developmeut ami progress ' '' country. Jeffer aoaten Uenioeratlc u p illtlua. Only ami ofaclal pa per of the county, dan Marcos, the county aeal, le a growing lowu of onie l.UUU Inhabitants, located on the great highway ami atage route from Austin, via Ran Antonio to Mexico, on the Una of tbe loteruatloual Itallrnad, which haejualbeen com pleted to Auxin, the capllal ol tba Hiate, only thirty mllea diatant, and it la confidently antici pated will noon be extended to lull pbce. It la noted lorita religious and educational privilege, and aa the ...

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. — 2 November 1878

Free Press. SA.NT MA.ROOB, TEXAi. .SATURDAY NOV. jajjetil for ! l'rr I'rcwx. The following: gentlemen re authorized In re culva iI receipt fur mibkcrlplloii. to the Khk 1'KfcM l tbolr re.pectlvo lucalltla.: A. Ilmton, liii., County i large. Palley A Dalley, Strlngtnwn. II. Martlmtnlo, Uartindaie. J. K. Sauce, Mountain City. t, I,. Bateuiore, Cedar Valley. J. D. Caily, Onion Creek. All pn.lma.ter are alio authorised agunle HOHVUB NEWS. CloNM of Voliimu. Volume VII of tho Free Press closes with this issuo, aud with it close tho subscriptions of the greater part of our subscribers, aud payment IN advance for the next volume is iu order. As soon as wo can find time, wo will send out bills to all who have not paid ahead. Meantime, it is not necessary lor any to wait for the bills we will be pleased to receipt theui at any time they niaj cull or remit. Printer W.inaeal!! A good steady printer can find em ployment at this offioe. Dailey's (L. J. South side Plaza,) is the plaee for bargains...

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. — 2 November 1878

e II t1 I' ; -III I ii I SI 1 If". ; ,1 TIIK l OIITY-.tfUK F.IIIM. nr John a i'atm. I'm thinkin' wifo, of noig-hbor Jonet, tlmt mD witU atulwurt arm Ho liviu in peace nd plenty un a forty-acre farm; . . . i i While men ro ill aronuil u, with hamU awl hort uoro. Who own twohumlrcd acrci and "till are nam ing niorc. Ilia In a pretty little farm, o pretty little liouw; lie haa a loving wifo witliin, ax quiet aa nionw; , .... Ilia chiliiren play arounil tlic door, their ftttn- er'alifoto charm. Looking aa neat and tidy aa the tidy little farm. Vo wenla are in the oorn-ticlda, no thistle in theoata, Tho horaea allow good keeping-by their fine unci glomiy coata; Tho cowa within tlio nuadow, resting neoth tho lieechcn sliuilo, Learn all the gentle manner of the gentle milk ing maid. "Tho boy hi red business faculty," : jwll, terrifying liiru the nu.ro. ! Sihool Teavhing In California. H.,il Mm. Hutter. Carroll, in abject fear, though ho was. MiHt()ri no Joui,t you bavo all the Her wm, Carr...

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. — 2 November 1878

JIEHEAIHXO OF IfOEDEL. 1 Bnrbartuf tCxrrollitn in termnu SlnHtimrt .Vol A Berlin correspondent of the New York World writes as follows : The. scaffold was erected iu tho prison yard, where ubout fifty persons, magis trates and lasers, municipal officials, military officials and members of the police force, besides some reporters, were gathered. The prisoner, conduct ed by three wardens, walked with a linn step tnitho foot of the scaffold and stared impudently around at the assemblage. Councillor Holluiann, who was charged with superintending the oxecution, took his place at a table and read loudly the sentence of death and death-warrant. At the' conclusion Hoodel spnt upon tho ground and cried, "Bravo!" The mag istrate now turned to a tall, strongly built man of about 30 or 85 years of age, handsome, with a small mustache and neatly, indeed elegantly, attired in a fine linen shirt with waistcoat and trousers 'of black broad-cloth. This was Herr Kmotz, the executioner. The old heads ...

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. — 2 November 1878

""i.' J, I .' f j i i I .3? it ;;1 S! f ull HI Ptt Xmmwh lrllB. Call tut pal nemss.ilarllnr. The sweat dar him sf or., 1VI.cn lorn' jounblMb wM jeurcheek, ,i.A earth urtaM Unaware, yo matter If the jeara here beeo I. s brig lit alnn ttial Unf syne, Mlsf'if tnnee loeuii lieee do"' Vrur bapplneia anil mint. Csll mat pel names, darling! No matter II ilia atari held eaoiecloaia, lb mnsliine II. s dried away our taara. ; rt ihougli acitfilmea I ha fatal, lova. IUvp not been we would It.vulad local, ret the blaaalna, Wt'il prlia tbmn aa we tbould. tUentla Word. Thero is magio power io gcntlo words, the potency ot which few na tures are bo icy as wholly to resist, Woold you havo your homo a cheerful, hallowed spot, within which may be found that happiness and peace whioh the world donieth to its votaries? Let no harsh word bo uttered within its walk Speak gontly to the wearied husband who, with anxious brow, returns from the perplexities of his daily avocations; and let him, in his turn, s...

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. — 9 November 1878

Free Press, I. H. JULIAN, "Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR. VOL. VI1L SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEXAS, NOVEMBER 9, 1878. NO. 1 . San 1 Viarcos Free Press. PUBLISHED EVERY Si TURD AY BY ISAAC It. JULIAN, To whom-all Letters hould be Addressed. OvPicb South sido of Plaza. RATES or SUBSCRIPTION ! tl 00 szsi:" Tbre. monlba " RATES OP ADVRRTT8INO. On iquitiON Ineertlon 11 00 1 each addition ,1 insertion under ou month, 50 c.nli p.r square. 1 J I mo. I amen. mo. 18 mo 1 Sonar.. t " 4 ; ' colm X " 1 " 2.50 t.m T.or 8.00 9.00 t E.00 K.00 10.00 11.00 10.00 0 T OO 12 00 11.00 10 00 15.00 11.00 fn.oo so.oo 36.00 S5.00 .00 00.00 8 J t0 10C.00 15.00 S5.00 as.oo I w.oo Onelnob In space conetllntee a square. legal and transient advertising pajable ttrl.tly advance. Local notice., 10 eenta per line eaeh Insertion. Announcing candldatea Tor offlee, county, $ S.00 For DUtrlct or 8tate offlces, M-Ol Obituary notloea of aver ten lines charged at dvertislng rates. m BUSINESS DIB...

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. — 9 November 1878

ouch; 17,!HX) enttlo, valued at 97 per j.... JK1 neaa ; ami uuu nogs, vaiueu at r J rum PuUished Every Saturday. SAX MARCOS, H. JULIAN, Editor. ' . TEXAS TEXAS TOPICS. Morton & Jones' compress jn Fort Worth cunio nour being burnod Thurs day. ' The Government advertises for three hundred cavalry horses, to lie d Jivered at Hun Antonio. Mnrlin was visited nt two o'clock Tuesday morning of lost week byu destructive tiro which laid in ashes -even frame bnildinirs on Ijive ()k street, in tlio business part of tliu town Drew Middluton product pcuis nt Wcathorford weighing oim and a half pounds each. l'curs, opplea, peaches, IMimgrunates, figs and grapes ilourih theru ax luxuriantly hh elsewhere in the United States. The farmers of Northern Texos. who can spure tho time from their cot ton fields, aro plowing and sowing , wheat for next season's crop. Iu some counties an increased acreage of wheat will bo nut in. but less corn will be planted tliau lust year. Tho dead body of an unknown...

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. — 9 November 1878

THE BEE-8TIXQ REMEDY. BY B. f. BURDKTTE. , . , wmmmm t One day. not a groat while ago, Mr. jliddlerib, who is u constant reader of the I'tw York Weekly, read in Lis fa torite paper paragraph copied from the Praeger Landwirthschaftlivhe Wochenblatt, a German paper, which is an accepted authority on such points, stating that the sting of a bee was a sure euro for rheumatism, and citing several remarkable instances in which people jmd boon perfectly cured by this abrupt remedy- Mr. Middlerib did not stop to reflect that a papor with such a name as that would be very apt to say anything; he only thought of the rheumatic twinges that grappled his knees once in a while, and made life a burden to him. Ho read the article several times and pondered over it. He understood that tho stinging must be done scientifically and thoroughly. JTho boo, as ho under stood the article, was to be griped by the ears and set down upon the rheuma tic joint, and held, there until it stung itself stingloss. He...

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. — 9 November 1878

awnjgsisss5SssB : t H t' t ); i Free Press. ISAAC & JULIAN, Editor. gA.N MAB003, T SATURDAY .NOV. 9. Qffu-Ul Paper of Jlayt and Jilanea Countu. The i'BEE PRESS as an Adver tising Medium-No "Patent" or Co-operative Adver tisements Allowed. The Feni Pe.ss loading newspaper and 'advertising medium, and has lb b..l office be ,, u Colorado and San Antonio Tint. Circulates also generally, both South and Berth. A lire paper, dtioUd to Immigration tid tbo development end progres. of lb. oountry. Jeffer aoalau Democratic lu politico. Only and official pa nor or la. county. San Mereoe, tba county .eat, I. a Jrr-wloi town of umi 1,100 lahablianu, located "a tbo pool highway and ttago ronia from Ao.tlfi, via 8.0 Antonio to Mexleo, on tbo Una of tba . International Kllroad, which has J oat boon com. Dieted to Austin, tba oapltal of tba Slate, only thirty mlloa distant, and It Is confldontly antlel. paled will aoon bo exteoded to thla place. II la noted for lie rellgloue and educational privi...

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. — 9 November 1878

1 Free Press. SATURDAY, NOV. 9, oooooe A Seal Cor the Fre Prem. n.a folloafec tantieme CTO tffhorUed to re ceive and receipt for subscriptions to Oho nnta fnw 4a their respective luclltli i A. Beaton, Bsq., Court? t tog. Btrlnglowo. Mertlodsle. Mountain Oily. Cedar Valley. Delley Dalley, B. Martludalo, MoJ.ef.Kauee, j.fc.Baieaore, J. D. Cady, Onlen Creek. ejp All poatmaetora arc aloe authoffted agaots HOME NEWS. Prlnjer Wasted t! A good Btoady printer can find em ploymetat at this offioe. New Goods ! New Prioes, at Malonx'b. Dailet & Bro.'s keep lalways on Itod iresh bolted meal. Corporation Election. Mr.Cof Geld was eleoted Mayor, and tho old Board re-cleoted except that Mr. Fourqurean was substituted for Mr. Fry; and A. J. Toalson, Marshal. Dailet & Bro., have bought at headquarters the largest stook ' Christ das Toys ever brought to this place which will be opened in due time. See prospeotus of Godey's Lady's Book. It will be seen that the teims have been red uoed to S2 a...

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. — 9 November 1878

"Til KM YANKEE M.ASKITH.- HniVht HrmrU Toytthrr in Yoa, John, I wm down thar at Meraphla A-workin' around t the noata, A-heavin' u' cotton with einph aia, . l fLk An" a-luailin' brr unto tlw HU. I wm oomin' away from Ole !". Whiir I wt. 1ua "" ,rtr tl10 WD" JJout It now I'll make no rudexe, Hut wait till I gt tor loan U. Well, while I wm down thar tlio fever, Aa yallar an' piwn aa am Ilrnko out; an', of you'll bulrcvo her, Wharevor ahe hit (he (truck in! It didn't take Ion in the hatcbin , It Jen' fa'riy bnd in the air, ( Till a hoaapitel eamn warn t a patchln , An' we'd plenty o' eorpaa to apare. I voluntwr'd thon with tlio Howard I thouuht that my duty wan di-ar An' I didn't lot-k liaok'anU, hut for ardii, An' went tor my work 'ithout fear. One day, hoWHomevrr, he got me Aa iiiick as tbo ahot of a Kun, An' tliuy WUd me oir tor allot me A bunk till my life-ntco waa run. The doctora and nunu-a they wriatlcd, lliit it diiln't do me any ifuoil-. An' the dniKKur he poiimlid and peatl d...

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. — 9 November 1878

.Veer Orient! Char It if Honpltal. The Cburity Hospital of Now Orleans lias always been on institution of inter est to visitors to that city, but now that a terrible epidemic is upon the city, and it bus been made so prominent as a pliice of refuge for so muny of the striek en, it has a double interest. From the New York Graphic, we take the follow ing history: The Chaiity Hospital of New Orleans, tho fame of which is world-wide, was founded in the year 1780 by Don An drews Almonuster Y. Roxua, to whose generous endowment, the munificence of the Legislature of Louisiana and the liberality of the State of Pennsylvania, the people of New Orleans were indebt ed for tho means of erecting the prcsont building. It was built in 1832 and cost about $ 150,000, including the grounds. Several large bequests have been made to the institution, including one of the value of $35,000 by the second Almon aster, Julion Poydras, a brave French Huguenot, who was president of the first council of the te...

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. — 9 November 1878

I Itrrr MeUdy. "Til I'M YASKKK tt ,. HAer MMffrrlng ..aosrla'. ,k- Yoe, John. I tra down llr t Memi-, A-workin' around t Ilia boat, itatiril A-heavirT o" cotton with amph at. . f I waa comin1 aay from Ola .- Whar I wnS yon know, arter oV , Jiout it now I'll make no relkxelii r-- Hut wait till I git tar lou taWilll Well, while I w down thar llic' Aa jailer an' pin '".. , mewnln' Ilroke out; an', ef you'll bole Wherever ahe hit aha atruck' ' 1 It diilu't take lootf in the hataa and winter -o!d It lea' fa'rly hr.-d in the at da darkay by I Till a honepit! camp warn' An' we'd plenty o' oorpara til alona, I roluntcr'd then with I tliouuli that my ilJ can't bold on, An' 1 didn't lovk baurou' It tall. An' went tor my One day, howaomJip dam faet, braddar Aa quick aa thi Make da eablo tight I An' tuny toud 9 di wlDlar will b Ion an' sold, A buiilf. till I" Km, tmm iu aa bright I The dootora r Dttroit fru Pnu. But it di , Hut r SaMOEL J. Tilden has publigbod ' card in reference to the recent ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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