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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 19 January 1878

Free Press. BAN KAROOS, TMCA.. SATURDAY ..JANUARY AffrMii ftr tlm eVrrr I'mam. The following gentlemen are aulhorlied to re ceive and receipt fur suherrlptlous to lb Fhkm I'assa In their respective localities: A. Htalou, Esq., County at large. Ilalley Dtllejr, Strlnglowu. K. Marllndale, Martlttdat. NJ. K. Kance, Mountain CityJ t . I llatemore, Cedar Vilify. J. D.Cady, Onion Creel. W All pne'meslersare alio authorised agents HOME NEWS. Dance at Mr. Hopkins' on Thurs day night. Buffalo meat at D. II. Cocrcham .VCo's. ;' - Waooninu has beeu resutucd, tod some Iode expected goods received at lust. TnosE wishing Cook Stoves can pet theui at J. H. Estrtharn'e. He basjust received lot of them. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN SHOES. Misses' Tip I'olka at 75 cents per pair, t MA LONE 'S. Chf.kse, Sugar, Coffee, etc., . Donalson & Johnson. See, tinder our Real Estate adver tising head, still another desirable liome in San Marcos for sale. New Prints, Domestics, &c, Donalson & Johnson. Literar...

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. — 19 January 1878

Morning. . IIY iUHAJI't'OOI.IHO. 1 Oh won! niidtlilnBinoHtlM'imtlfull Our yunturilay wan hard and dull, irajr uiiHUulM)iired 1U nuuutlde nun, . JU ovi'iiiiiK mobbed Hiid wept In rain; Hut to mid fro in hiding nlulit Htmio lii-ullntf aiiKl Hwllt lia run, And nil U (rwil uud I ulr UK'dii. ' ' Oh word und thing moxt bciiutlful I Tbo liuarta which wtlru of cure oo full, The tired IiiiuUh, the thwl (net, so Klud of nlKht, hi'o Rind of mornt . Wliuro are tlio cloud of yuitterday? Tlio world I good, tlio world lit awoot, .And UIu la uow and liopu ruborul ii " . oh word and thing moat bountiful! Oh coward mouI and aorrowful, " . ' Wliivli iglm to nolo the obbhiK llfflit -. jivo pliuio to evon Iiik'h Hhudowy gruy ! . Wlmt diirknosH lioula the wrong of day, ' And dawning clour all iniata ot night? oh word and tiling moxt bountiful I The llttlo sloop our pain to lull, , Tlio irtng, Hoft dusk then rail Hiinrlsol To wukon f real) and iingol fair, ( I.lfo all ronuwod und grlnfti forgot, lloudy fo...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 19 January 1878

FBR80NAti AND POLITICAL. Mr. Thoh a"Val8h, architect of the 8U Louis Custom-home, bw been tempo rarily suspended from hli duties by the President, pending Investigation of charges, against him of derellotion of duty. Mr. Foster, American Minister to Mexico, bus been summoned home to testify beforo the Congressional Investigating Com mittee in regard to our difficulties with that nation. G. W. Gustin and W. II. Dessin, two young lawyers of Maoon, Oa., fought a duel with pistols on the 27th. Both missed. GkoroeB. Bigelow, a prominent Boston lawyer, Is charged with embezzling' $40,000 belonging to trust estate. Ue has given bull for $00,000. . Hon. Simon Cameron has settled the Widow Oliver's breach-of -promise suit by paying her $1,000. . GovEUiion-ELECT IIOLLIDAT of Vir ginia was inaugurated with public oere monies on the 1st. The silver wedding of the President and Mrs. Ilayes was celebrated at the White Bouse on the evening of the 31st ult. It was a quiet and sociable affair, those...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 19 January 1878

HAVUHTV. HUT RICK. Sbo itood be.lde nj algo-baska. ehilr, l.reorls af.lo.l my face, And turning roood to m m. Wi ll j very thoughu to Iraon, lb put dimpled head In "In, To bldo H In liieo, lad Mashing Jusl a little. Mid r I really tblab yon'ro Ico." loch words t -sari ol loo woald loach. And mod away In bllsi ( In foot I tblnk I tald nob. And hlnUd t klM. The wlniomo mold bof to pout, To e.em rtfU sad "Tbot'o ory aangbly, air." aha Mid, "And now I tblnk yon'ro bod." I told bor. wbllo I eloiped bor waist, Tfberaloag.dark treas.ioorled. 1 woald not bi bor lore displaced, Ko.notlorolltboworldi And klM without bor tweet consent, iBOtor.noTorwould MH toll you wbtn yon my," oho Mid, "And now I tblnk you'ro good." tbo rtood beside my hlgh-bscked choir, Bor onrlo against my fco, And turning round to mo mo fair My Tory thought! to trnen I took bor dimpled btndiln nrino, JJk. cunning llitlo mlco. And klMtd hor-when tho moldon nld ; 'Il'fnougbty.but It'i nicer' Pay Yo "That comes of not paying...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 26 January 1878

San Marcos Free Press, I.H.JULIAN, "Prove All Things"! Hold Fait that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR. . VOL. Vll. SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEXAS, JANUARY 26, 1878. . NO. 12. Free Press, VUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY 1SAA0 H. JULIAN, To whom all Letters should be Addre.sed. Office South aido of Plaza. RAT Ed OF SUBSCRIPTION : fine year, la .dean... Hlx months "' i Tliree month. " ...91 no ... 1 T6 RATES OF ADVF-BTISINO. 0. .qnare, on. Insertion 1 SO J Hk addition ,1 inserlloa under on. ia.ntb, St M tr . square. i I moTUm I S ww-1 .""J? 1 Square ... 1 " 3 " ... 4 .... y eolm. ... hi " 1 " ... S 1.5. 4.50 T.f H.Ofl ..Oft 16.00 lie. 10 00 11.00 ito.oo B5.00 00.00 lot .00 On. Ineh In pee eontltul . .q.are. Legal and trau.t.nt advertising pey.bl. .trlelly ti advance. , . f Uc.l nolle... 10 eent. per II.. each '"""""j Announcing candidates tor ofll.o, county, S 5.W For Dlstrlot or State office., ,0 00 Obituary notice, of ov.r ten Hoes .b.rg.d t dvertielngr.te.. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Mewnpaper. ATTEST...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 26 January 1878

fflt; JBttAS.-Editor:.' j 1 u i 1. . TUBLIS Jr fiVJiRY SATUItDAT. cmuyy. topics. Tub report to the Secretary of tho In terior of tho Hoard of Inquiry appoint ed to InvoHtiirato the Indian sorvioo shows a very lax stute of official morals and discipline prevailing iu that bureau, the responsibility for which seems to bo divided betweon tho late Commissioner of Indian Affairs,' the Chief Clerk, Cor respondence Clerk', Annuity Clerk, and Stenographer. ' The present Superln-1 tendent is:' also found to be an incon Detent and inefficient officer.' ' The committee ' sevorely ' denounce the existing ' ' system :of ,i Indian. Agen cies' and post-traderships, and say i. " The business, as at present instituted, conducted and .continued, ; is simply a license to ; an agent jand his proxy to nlioat and swlndlo the Indians . in the namo of tho United States of America. Evidences have- been numerous or tno accumulation, of ( fortunes by persons in tha service upon salaries that would barely prov...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 26 January 1878

i?H. "JULIAN, Editor. PUBLISHED ' EVKY SATURDAY, UEltE AND tUEIJE. , Robert .Bonner has,' bought Maud Macey, a six-yoar-old Kentucky trotter, Vn ain nnrt '"' ' ' '' ' ' ' The oldest house irt New England is . J.l'l.l',f..ll?.J AI'l. Til f.-J gam iu uo in uiiuuuu, y vuiu wnpuuv in low. - Hereafter no person can vote in Maine unless he has paid oil-tax with in two years of Hie time whew lie offers hishalM.'U'O :i -'.ll'l A little girl in Syracuse, N. Y., died in convnlaionsjJhTjin idrinkiig ; brandy handed to her by , her mother during the night under the supposition .that, it was watni MwVli" Ci.OAta iilflpfy gr has just closed a successful,. term, pf teaching at EastEnfigld,. N. H.., in a school frJni wlnoff the big boys'-Had bounced'.! amalet teaoheu just before. The following awful warning, is gq ing the roundsV 'A'feW years ago Mrs. Kate ChasV Sp"rague"p'aid '$2,000 pet ' viiril fnr lrrsq material. To-dav her husbandlp ffljtofif (eifinhe ,! . J I. ' ' !- ' A Giitioue. iheaclston'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 26 January 1878

1575. SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS ! ft M 10 TWICE A8 LARGE bad contain. FOUR TIMIlM oeb Bealln Mat tar u heretofore. By eomperlaoe, It "III bo found nearly ltrK. U lb i.'dfrf tidt JrVtee, ind to toutih kbosl meh reeding matter. lY.owMvH FULL GENERAL NEWS, M well H LOCAL, to Hi patroea will U 4 ' paper. - priea ifct iaat--aij two doLLAbs jWn tuf h rat Muni, Mt aVBUHSOMIBE rOK IT If Free PresS. ISAAC & JULIAN, Editor. SATURDAY JANUARY 26 Qfjfeiai 2fypw r and bianco Vouuttem. tfltiArictAB and business failure! are becoming more and more frequent. The late diapatohea are full of tbem. Stockdali aa Hubbard's lieuten ant, and Ireland aa Tbrookmonon's are the lateit ilatea at tbe capital. Stanley, the African explorer, has reached Europe on his return home and is reeeived with distinguished hon tors. Xhi Paoifio railroad project of Mr. Thomas W. Pierce. President of the Galveston, Harrisburg and San Anto nio Railroad, presents itself boldly in thH aubsidv bill introduced in the House yesserd...

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

Free Press. gAJ MARCOS, TZIXA' SATURDAY ......JANUARY 26. AC" " Torlh kVree Prn. Tke following gentlemen ar sothortied to re. reive ud receipt for srtjecrlptlont la lb Fmi pass In Ikslr rsspsetlvalocalltl: A. Ileal, Esq., County t large. iwlley ft Delley, Strlnglown. K. Merttwdale. lltptlod.lt. VaJ.K. Vance, Mountain City. J. U Bastniure, Cedar VtlUjr, J. D. Cady, Onion Creek. W AHfjes'masters 'm lkorld agent HOlIB NEWS. Farm EM busy. Good wivet looking up their garden seeds. See advertisement of meeting of Board of Medioil Eiatuiaers. Onion Seta and Onion Buttons. Baynoldh & Daniel. Godey's Lady's Book for January nt this office, 25 cents. LANDRETH'S seeds, Full She Papers, at five cents a pa per. Ratnolds & Daniel. D. R- Cocreham & Co. are s ill in tie grocery trade, with a full line of goods. Seed potatoes, eanvaia bams, garden seeds, etc, are among their spe cialties. The days are already noticeably lon ger and the bud's rays stronger. Flour and Feed. Fourqurean's Mi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 26 January 1878

The (jKAtifflo, Vuiit'lc'H lint. on i Im top of Urn (inmitiy Trm -r ni ... ..... Mr,. 1.. ... . '" I ll vl'l'lli,u " mini" t r lint fiU Iii)'oii nmlii rjtdoo, . i". Oil nceolint (if IiIh Ilcavnr Mat,'" "or IiIh lint wm m ImiHlnMI and two tmi wide With ribbon nnd Million On every nite. And IioIIh hihI button and loop und liton, jo tlmt nobody over could mho tlio litco Of tho (JuiinRlii Wangle qinta."' ' '' T l f vi . i " T f 1 Tho QuiiPidfl Wunuln hW I, y ' i ! I J To liiiuti'lf on tlio t'riimiiotty Tree, , . ' Jam und 4ully, and IniAil,.. 7 . ;. ' i Arn tin- liiNt food for 'lint! Hut tint lonjjiT I live on th .'rmnpctty Troo, Tln iilitlnur tlnui ovnr It. iwmiis to in ' Tlmt very luw iiuniilo 0'iinu tUU wuy, And that lllu on tlio whole 1h la Irum By I" Said the t)tinnglu W unfit) ynuc.; f Hut tliitrn ramo to tlio G'ruinjHitty Tree 'J' Mr. and Mm. Canary; tnd thy Bald: " Ild yon evor mm Auyi( t no ohuruiliiKly airy? . . i May wo bulJd a niwton your lowly hut,'" Mr. iJiuuikIo Wnnnlii? ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 26 January 1878

ttk TESTS TEE MERITS' OF AIL THINGS. l840rtoT877i1 "; For 'I'lilrtySeven Years . Perry Davis' Pain Killer I Has been tested In every variety of climate, anil i almost hthit MaUuo kaown . to Aiuerlcaua. As an External and Internal Remedy it stands Pre- , Eminent. " ' Core Cholera and Dowel Complaint, i A FAKJLY FRIEHO ! No family ahoold be without PERRY lATIM VKIimAKLK PA I HI1.LKR. It can be given to the In f aut (orcollo and to Uio atlult fur rheuuuw . Usm. There Is acarcel, a disease to which It mar not bo applied. It contains no laudanum or deleterious drug, bdt mar be used lor the various ailments of mankind. Cure C Tinier JVhm AH Oth er JtewtoaU fait.. ., It gives instant relief to Aching Teem. 1 In sections of tbeooontrywbera . FUTEIt AIW AOWES', V Prevails, there Is no remedy held In great , r esteem., ;v i ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM. REMEDY, for CURING.,. Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asth ma, Consumption, And All Throat and Lung; .... AiToctions. , .. . ; Indorsed br the Prom, Physic...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 26 January 1878

AN ORDINANCE T BcalnM the ImprTMBt or ID Bireein. Be it ordained, By the Mayor tod Board of Aldermen ot ino wwn o San Mircos : inn 1P.1 That tha Board of Al denser! shall lay off the town into street preoiooto, and shall, at their first regular meeting in eaoh and every year, appoint a Street Commissioner (in the manner prescribed for the appointment of other town officers) for eaoh street preoinot, and shall, at the same time, designate all the hands liable to work on publio streets unaer me aiuureu I'Anml.ilnnAH in tha rnwn: and in ease any hand or hands liable to work on streets shall not have been designa ted by said Board, the Commissioners shall have power to summons them to work on any street or alley within the preoinot in whioh they may live, as if they bad been designated by the Board; provided, fifteen days residence in the . ha nalMM1'V til Ten 11 ITS tl6 Der formance of work on the streets ; but if, from any causa, toe isoara snail iau omegleot to perform the duties req...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 2 February 1878

San Marcos Free Press, I. H. JULIAN, "Prove All Things i Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PKOPIUETOll. SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEXAS, FEBRUARY 2, 1878. NO. 13. VOL. VII. Free Press. I'lrUMSHHD EVKBY SiTUKDAY BY 1 S A A U II. JULIAN, To whom a' I Loiter ilioiilj be AdOresed, Office South side of Plaza. HATES of spbhcription: One year, In advance ' JJ SIX month " Three months " 8 RATES CF ADV F.RT'SINO. One square, one Inaartlon 1 00 i each addition nl Insertion under one month, 60 cents per square. : , i moTpl moii. 8 mos. It nins i ji'e'sn i "r nn I ft T.nh I Square J " It " . 4 " . cnlm. . vi on ,' i ! H.on 12.00 I t hi i in (hi i in. no 20 00 an .on :o.oo !i'..on 110.00 iot.no .... H 00 12.00 1 iSn.Of .... I on in.no Sfi.m I in no I !!.0il 45.01 ... 35.00 S5.U0 I o- w H nn I 12.00 n.on i.nn ..no One Inch In space constitutes a square. Legal and transient advertising payable alrlc'ly n advance. Local notices, in cent per line each Insertion. AnnonnctiiK candidate, lor olflce, comity, 6...

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

ii .ill a ! i 1 1 I'! J H jyatt 2llirC05 1" JUW. I. H. JULIAN, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, 'M TOPICS. CURRENT Coint Ziciiv, Austrian Ambassador at Constantinople, informed tho Turk- ish Foreign Minister, Server lMha, previous to tho departure of tko latter charges of corruption anu irauu in P t K'nnlik- to negotiate for nn' armis- curing the electoral voto of this State. to Kasanlik to negotiate for nn armis tico, that he had received instructions from Vienna that Austria could not pre vent tho conclusion of an armistice on a basis of peaco prelimi naries, but that, as a signatory of tho Treaty of Paris, Austiia would not rccognizo a poaeo concluded with out her assent to its difl'erent points. This communication, says a correspond ent at Constantinople, is regarded as a sign that there is an understanding be tween England and Austria. Tub funeral of the late King Victor Emanuel took placo at Itomo on tho 17th. Tho funeral cortege, composed principally of military, was an hour...

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 February 1878

I. H. JULIAN, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. COOPEU TIM. IIY AUGUST LARNE1). Cooper Tim was a large-headed little man, with a certain pleasantness of face that can hardly bo analyzed. For Tim had none of tho fatal gift of beauty; and yet a certain genial goodness did ray out of his homely features, although he was the most taciturn of human beings. There was an ingenious theory cur rent among the neighbors that Tim had been stunted, when a boy, by the too vigorous arm of his mother, who was unaccustomed to spare the rod. Thore was another theory, precisely contrary, to the effect that his mother had beaten him in order to bring out the bright ness which must somewhere be latent in Tim's constitution 5 but, instead of producing the desired result, the boy had sunk into unfathomable deeps of silence. His mother in time went the way of all flesh, and Tim came into possession of a shop, and a little dwelling-house hard by, which ho rented to a quiet family, taking his meals with the ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 2 February 1878

SEVENTH KEaIL 1S7S. or tin SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS! Vr now "CT . TWICE AS LAFtGE ind conUliii FOUR TIMKJ much Reading Mil tar u heretofore. Br eomparlaon, It will be found nearly Uw the tfuftWon itf '. 4 contain about aa much raiding miliar. it'kow oivm FULL GENERAL NEWS) (t well at LOCAL, v III petrone will need to take no other newa paper. Trie tbo eanie only TWO DOLLARS jeer, poatage 1 DON'T BOaaoW, BUT re-MuuNCHi-uE roic irt-v Free Press. ISAAfc it JULIAN, Editor. . SAN MARCOS, TE3CAS. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 2 Official Paper of llmji and Blanco toUlltlt'S. The k'lrtaucial Miluatlon. Tn CbicuB Tribune says the whole country its confronted with the ucees eity of paying debts in a curreuify worth from 25 to 30 per cent, more thun the value received, nod of rating und selling property at a valuo reduced 50 per cent, by reason of the abnor mally contracted money resources ot tho time. The exclusive gold basis and greenbacks are nearly at par with this gold in anticipation ot a rcsump tion i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 2 February 1878

Free Press. BAN MARCOS, TEXAI. SATURDAY FHBRUAUt 2. ;t, e i for 1 tit 'rvt' lri'. T)i fulli.wliiK RiiiteiDii am authorised tore .rive and receipt fur eiihaerlptloiii lit lb lata l:ir In tnur respective lucaiiurs: A. Ilnituti. hsu.. County at larva. 'llolliy .1 liuil. y, H. Mitrlimlali.-, MnJ. K. Nsiicr, V. I.. Itar.tiiiure, MrliiHH'wn. lartlnilali. Jln-ntKlK Chy. Ccilar Valley, .1. U. Culy. Oiilmi Creek. Cat All p.'s'tiiaMer tr iilsu aiilherfartl aumia I-xOlVXE NEWS. t'oKi'.Kcri:!) -Market Report thin week. JfCOE Rouan, or J.c iiiurt, is con tributing creditable poems to the Echo Wastkd. A load or two of wheat traw. Cull at the Fbkk I'hess office Onion' Seta nod Union Buttons Kaynomis & Daniel. We learn the Free School will prob nbly continue two or tlirf.o mouths yet Last issues of all the principal iiiiignziues and uewspupers at this of fice. Frank Leslies Lady 'a Magazine and GoJuy for February at this office. Query: "Why will men smoke common tobacco, vhcn they can buy Marbu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 2 February 1878

The Palmer's Vision. li y j. a, iidi.laM). Noon o'or Judcu! All tlm air M loatlti(C Wlthtlin hot pulsi'sof tlioilny'KNuUhuurt; Tim I)Ih1h wru sllmit, miU thu rill rtrutlii Shrituk in It. tovurt mul ooniihliieil upurt, Whi'ii a lonii itilKTlm, with lilt ncrlu and bur ilon, Iiot by tlm wuytlil weury mul distressed, His ninliiiiK liniirt grown faltlileiw of iu Kiiur-ilon Tlm fit y of liin recompenso und rust. Xo vision yet of Callli'D iiml Tubor! No KliniHii of UlNtiint .Ion tlironuil and CIHWIICll ! Jli-lilnd lilm hlictchcd his lonif uml uhuIuiw labor. Iteforo li 1 in luy tho purelied and Htony ground. Ill' IimiiiimI aualiiNt u shrlni) of Mary, ranting Its IihIiii of shadow on IiIh arlilntf Imail, Anil worn with toll, uml faint with crtiol fast inu. Ho nIkIioiI, "U I ioi) ! O I iod, that I wuro diiud I J'lm frliinds L loviiil arc lost or left buhlnd inn; In pvnnry and lonnlinossl roatn; Thiiu. ondliMM pal Iih of iii'iianuu cboko und blind tins; oh ronm and tuko thy wastint pilgrim . J...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 2 February 1878

LATE NEWS ITEMS. - Bob McKenna, alias " Little lteddy," ehlof of the pang of highwaymen who robbed tho Black Hills stage-coaches last summer, was arrested on the 14th at Italnsboro, Ulch land County, O., where ho bad recently limrrli'd and nettled down hh a farmer. His last aud moHt famous exploit wan on Juno 20, when $14,000 was taken by a party of lire, ,11 of which they got away with. jIcKeinia left the Hills immediately after fcttinK the dilHt, and has lieou .tracked tliroiiKli Texas, Arizona, Missouri and Illi nois by Bullock, former Sheriff of Dead 1 wood, wlio Anally succeeded in effecting his capture. McKeuna'a wife Is said to be a jery handsome and Intelligent young lady, and ho is respectably connected. John Appel & Co., pork-packers, and James II. Snodgras & Co., wholesulo gro cers, of Cincinnati, O., have made assign ments. Amounts involved not given. There liavo been several additional failures among the New York druggists, brought about by the suspension of Dun...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 2 February 1878

'i hi; iti4. win. They ttll n I m dying, Joho, to coin beside my bJ And kiss me, M yog used to do, Ire joulbend bloom btd (ted Aid I will say whet nany a year, I've longed much to any, Bui never bad Hit courage, John, Colli thltdlng da;. Tom did Dot M wkat I n tasked, Bo far beyond my might I (tiled young and dally grew Mat lovely In your eight, And II waa hard to watch myself Grow old almoat In jimiiI., While you war young and comaly, John, It waa a bitter truth. They aay thai I waa fair. John, When rang the rasrrlagebell ; Mr taca beneath tba bridal Tail, It pleaatd your oyea rliibt we 14. Bui wban the funeral bell la tolled, My poor white coffined face Of (alrueaa, that once won your lore, Kill ahow but feeble trace. My llltlo onea I my little ones t Oh death I tbla la thy itlng I To die, and know not what to (htm Tba coming yaara night bring. ButOod.wbodoetb all tblnga well. Ileare e'en tba ravens rail. With him I leaf my Utile onea. And he Is over all I My little, tender, barin...

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