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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 30 March 1878

Free Press. 8A.CT MA.ROOS, THafcsVes. SATURDAY MARCH 30. Agel Tor Ihe Free I'rcaat. Ths following gentlemtn ar. authorised to re ceive and receipt for aubsorlptlou to Ike Fmra Pes In lhlr respective localities : A. Htaton, Bio.., County at large. Dalley Dallajr, Birlngtown. K. Uartlndsie, llartindat. VsJ.B.Nanc, Mountain Cliy. I, U Baiamore, Cedar Valley. . D.Cady, Onion Craek. AST Ail postmaster are alae authorised agents HOME NEWS. Head new advertisements. Wanted to boy a good Milk Cow. loquiro ut the Free Press office. Read this week, Corrected price current We were awakened sometime dur ing the "wee earn' hours" on Wednes day uight, by a serenade. Call again St. Louis, Nance's and Fourquean's Flour; fresh from the mills. Donalson & Johnson. Some of our citizens went on a fish ing expedition .to the upper Blanco rhis week, but returned not overbur dened with "the spoils." House bills. The' Free Press offioe if prepared to print horse hills in the best style, at the lowest rat...

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. — 30 March 1878

The Old School IJook. - On tliu old miIiooI book, In ll iluty nook, Willi tearful eye I KS Coma loii, old frlmiil, lr on hour well In ti.lk ol Iho hyKomuliiyn. 1 na.ii(iiic i' mora, nit In 'lny '( yore, on tlio tank tlmt vi-n-U !'' Iirulni Th Un done, unl vlrlory won, Ami I fi-i l I'm u clillu Huln; And mhiiii loHluii'l. with tln youlliful bund, In tin- old ncIiooI liouii on the (froon: In-iirthii Inn iro tho m-IiooI Iii'K"". Ami Join In tho kIiiIoiihi hihiiiu; 1 ink" in v ilMi!B, with ii wilinr fiion i O'iu- tlm well curved iIi-mIc I Imnil, And hourly pom o'er tho Iwiriieil lore ill thy wondrouH piiKO, old Jriiind. Tlii-n mr euros wore low uud our MiiiidH wore true, And our grit worn rm nnd lllit; Tim world wn noiiKht ("O wo fondly thought) Hut region of pure dflluht. Hut lima Iiiim npi-il, nnd our puth lumlod ThrmiKh thu Uurk und tearful hcoiio; And puiwd iiwuy are tho ood and guy, l.lknthoold Iiouho on tho ki'ooii. Ilut we'll hIiik " more of tho day of yore, For thn teardrop dlum...

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. — 30 March 1878

LATE NEWS ITEMS. At Harrisburg, Fa., two children named Wood wero fatally and two others seriously burned by the explosion of coal oil, with which tho eldest, agod 11, was light ing a Uro. At rhiladolphia, ou tho 11th, Robert jIcAdnms, 12 years old, and Charles Patton, of the samo age, quarreled over the posses lion of a stick of candy, l'utton threatened to shoot McAduras If he did not divide with blm. As the latter still refused, l'utton drow a pistol and shot MoAdums through the head, killing blm almost instantly. The young murderor then fled, but was subse quently arrested. Forty miners were killed by an ex plosion in Unity Brook colliery, near Bol ton, England, on tho 11th. Chicago kaa been compelled to large ly reduce Its police and fire force on uccount of present lack of funds and greatly reduced appropriations for future expenditure. A colored family named Pratt, hus band, wife and child, were killed by a light ning stroke near Turnorsvlllo, Ky., on the night of the 11th. T...

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. — 30 March 1878

MtKK DOM OF TUEFBBE8. itininu'iMnii. Around bar wsiel I P" "7 It fell mwH " '0, dear) m;i ibt, "wkat liberty Yea printer boy.de takel" 'Wb7.rM.Br81 eaybermri gel, (I sqoeesed btr a I f ueee.) Ca. run Mr (ugbi.njr iov., fein.t Tb. freedom of tb. press!" I k I seed btr mb-I did br f ami 8b. eolortd llkat beet) Upon mr IIvIdr aooll tb. looked Almo.t Ue good to nil I gavs aaothar bun, and tbio ay. ib. "I do confess, I rather kinder sorter lib Tb. freedom of lb pran." 'Their Doom Mealed. The Courtof AppeI yosterday gave atteranoo to the thirteenth tod four teenth decision which oarry with them the death seotenoo since the organiza tion of that tribunal' One was the case ofW.P. Loogley for the killing ol Anderson in Lee oomoty, and the other the case of Brow Bowen for the kill ing of Thoa. Haldemao, in Oomales ooooty. Brown Bowen is a brotbei-io-law of Wesley Hardin,, ai.d killed Haldeman while ho was lying asleep under a treu. the testimony shows that a feud had existed; in. the county f...

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. — 6 April 1878

Marcos Free Press San I. II. JULIAN, "Prove All Things i Hold. Fast that which Is Cood." PUOPHIETOlt. VOL. VII. SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEXAS, APRIL G, 1878. ISO. 22. Free Press. VUBL1SUED 12VGRY SiTUUDAY BY ISAAC II. JULIAN, To whom a' I Letter should bo AdJrcmeil. Office South sido of Plaza. EAT K3 OP SUBSCRIPTION I w ,-ar. In advance J? ? Mi :iiontb ' Tlirc mouths 1 SR 76 RATKS OP ADVF.R.T18INQ. (Inc square, on. Insertion l 00 ; moo addition ,1 Insertion under ou month, 50 eanu per susart. j I mo. I amoi. 6 mo. It mm S 19 00 n. ink In soaco constitutes a square Legal nl transient advertising payable tiddly ii adranoe. I oral notices, 10 cents per lln. each Insertion. Announcing candidates lor offleo, oonnty, $ 5.00 For Dlstrlot or 8tate offices - Obituary notices ol over ten lines charged at dvcrtlslngratea. BUSINESS DIEE0T0EY. Newspaper. tiFSTTKS.AS FUSE PKKS8, I. U. JVUkTS, W Kdlt. " fabliau and r"P''"ffl" ?0 ' ra't corner Main Plaza, next door to the post IUce. Hanker. M' ITCHEL...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 6 April 1878

Morry Kain. Sprinkle, sprinkle, conin tlie ruin, Tupping on tli" wliulow-punit; Trlekling, eouralng, Crowillng, forcing Tiny l ilt" To tliii lriiilng wIiiuow-bIIIh. ,Htighliigriilii-lrnN, light mid nwlft, Through thn nlr they Sill urnl sift; Duiicing, tripping. lloiiiiilliiK, skipping Thro' tlm Htreot, Willi tliulr thousand merry tout. Kvory lihulu of grurni r round Ik ii ladder to tho ground; Clinging, striding, ' Slipping, sliding, On thoy coiiio Willi their busy zip und hum. In the woods, hy twig und spray, To tin! roots they Had their wuy; rushing, creeping, Doulillhg, leiiplug, Down they go To the waiting Me Below Oh, the brisk und merry ruin, llringlng ghidmiris in its train ! Fulling, glancing, Tinkling, dancing All wound Listen to Its cheery sound? Fit la Furrctttr, St. Nlcholatfor April. Clerical Wit. A imrson who u missionary hud boon, And hardships und privations oft hud scon, While wumloriiig far on lono and desert Htrunds, A woury travolor In honlghted lunds, Would oftn...

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. — 6 April 1878

Best Expectorant Remedy OF THE AGE. (863 FIFTEEN YEARS 1878 Since the Intiodnotion of Allen's M Balsam. The Lung Balsam I equally efficacious to young or old. The Lung Balsam Will core Colds, Cough, Asthma and Bronchitis, The Lung Balsam, If taken in time, will prevent and cure Consump tion. The Lung Balsam It given to Children, for Croup, with wonderful SUOCeSS. The Lung Balsam Contains no Opium in any form; is pleasant t the taste. The Lung Balsam II indorsed by the Press and the People. Publio Speakers and Ministers speak in its favor. The Lung Balsam Should be used at the first manifestation of COlO Or ouuuu, illiu we win aiuunuwo cure if used faithfully, ao cording to directions. The Lung Balsam b sold by all Druggists and Medicine Dealers. J. N. HARMS & CO., Props., cixcnnrATi. o. Tie Great Relation HICH VEGETINE has attained in all parts of tne couutry as a Great and Good Medicine, and the large number ot testimonials which are constant ly being received from persons who ...

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

SElBTfl FE-t Till SAN MARCOS F3cE PRESS! ' T If HOW OIIt TWICE AS LARGE ,nlccnt!mf KOt'tt TIMIM much Reading Mat '' ter ai hurf titfora. "By comtmrl.on. It' will l. fuurul nearly a l'K ' Ilia 0'alrvlon Wig .ir, aud l coulilu abbot omen re illn lu.f.or. it mi nivii FULL GENERAL NEWS, i w.llen LOCAL, ' io IK petront will nrf J to Ukt no other new.. ' peper. 'Trice tho Mine-only TWO DOLLARS iii.cne free! dok't rokro miT tr nvitsvdtUE ton iti -to Free Press. ISAAC II. JULIAN, Editor. BAN MA-BCOS, TEXAS. SATURDAY APRIL C. Official Paper of llnyt and Blanco Count ic. Thanks to Hon. J. mutton for favors. W. Throck- Milwaukke. Wisconsin, has for bidden tho employment of preachers as touchers in the publ:o schools. Alliteration appenrs to bo stud ied by Texas newspaper men, witness 'the ,Sbiiio Suon, Uvalde Umpire, etc. )it. Ciiai'I.v gets (it tho ni'iat of tho 'matter when ho Buys tho great thins is not to net peoplo out of hell, but hell out of people. tins Johnson, a Georgia desperado, wa...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 6 April 1878

Free Press. SA.NT M: A.EVC03, TEX A e). tfATUUDAY. AHtii. li. tilt following geiillerorn are authorised to r eelve and receipt for subscriptions to tbe Fata fes In litetr respective localities: A. Hnil'jn, J!sq., County t large. Dalley 1 Dal ley, K. Mnrlliul.ilo, llaj. K. Uaitco, J, 1,. Ilaxeuiore, J. 1). Ca.ly. Birlngtown. afarlludalo. Uoinlilu Chy. Cedar Valley. Onion deck. JBGT All positnaatera a-e alio authorized agetite KlOIvIB news. Hats for old trcn, youni? mon, boys and children all siyles cliuapl at Malonk.s. Tub 'Old Wilier," at the Flour aod Feed Store, will puy tbe highest mar ket prico fur old iron. April thus iarhas been cooler aud mora blustery t'uau March. Late Ieadiug ocwspjpsrs aod mrma- -zioes at vhis office. Milk CW Huulvd. We want to buy a good youug fresh Milk Cow, whose rauge is in this vi oinity. ioquiro at tho Free Press office. The tax sales oo Mouday and Tues day attracted considerable iuierest. We presume a good deal of the land advertised did not sell. S...

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

I. H. JVUM, Editor. PUBLISHED EVEUY SATURDAY. CUIillKNT TOPICS. Tun majority report of the House Committee on Civil-servieo ltoform.reo ommonding tho removal of Doorkeeper Polk, for violation of tho law and Inef ficiency, is signed by Mr. Harrison (111.) Democrat, Chairman of tho Committee, and Messrs. Cox (O.), James, Pugh and Sexton, Republicans, and Potter and Morgan, Democrats. Messrs. Cook, Cravens, Garth and Henry, Democrats, join in a minority report, which, while admlttim? numerous mistakes on tho part of Col. Polk, claims that preco dents existed for his action, and denies that ho is guilty of any llagrant viola tion of law sufllcient to justify his re moval. Secretary Scuukz'h scheme to abol ish tho nension ofllces through the country has been Indorsed by the Houso Committee on Appropriations. The Pension Appropriation bill agreed upon provides that all pensions shall hereafter bo paid by tho Secretary of tho Treasury. This will result in a large annual saving to tho Gover...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 6 April 1878

Z. E. JULIAN, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. FOKTY-FIFT1I CONGUESS. In tho Semite, on the 10th, Mr. Matthews tald lio raa directed by n majority of tlio Committee on IlullroaiU to report buok tho two Semite bills In reward to tlio Texas 1'uclHo Kidlroud one Introduced by Senator John son on tlio latliol December, and tho other hi Senator Dorsov on the llth of Docimihor liut wttlto mi hMtlt ute, and to recommend lt nusNiiue. Plueed on tlio eulendar. IIoiiIho renorted baek from the mime committee the Si.iiiito bill iiulliori.iiiK tlio Southern I'aeltlo lliillrond Company to extend It rullrnud horn ItH present terminus In Arizona to a noint on the Itlo Hruudu near Kl Pnoo, Eid aiding in buildliiK the Hiime, with out amendment mid without reeommuiid fttion. .I'luocd Kn the ciilomlnr. . Mr. Kuntl introduced a bill to authorize tlio llarratai'ia Ship Canal Company to eoimtruet and oper ate n Hhip oanul from New Orleans to the Gulf of Mexico tlirouuil the lands und waters of the United ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 6 April 1878

Mnllldn at the date. Matilda, Jn.t yon mind luem aeoa, And iboo 'no oot away from U't 1 ti...i.. -.n-hlne- all Ibt aarden op Why 'TIM'a gone-wVal, Wa'al tbat'e. quaer, (lit ain't contrary aa a rule, And gtn'lly obey, my will, Bui though ab beard me, off aha put, Why ibtra'a Ureoto l'etilnglll. U'a mat bar, aad alia'a aloppad to talk Tbam banawill cat up everjthlng Ila'a wanting; her to taka a walk Wa'al, It la nice lo walk In eprlnfj. He'a took bar baud-eome, Ibat wou't do sha inrni to aland uncommon atlll ; yd batttr lot 'am know I'm around Good evening , Mr. rattlulll I lie don't mind ma-It ain't no nee Ah, wa'al my tlma baa been and gone; But then, I'd really no Idea How Tlldy waa a getting on ; Theaa gala grow up, and pratly aooa Tbay lay ua old one'a on tba tbelf ,' lorenio la a amart young man I gueaa I'll tend tbam bene mjaelf. A Henmrloable Hcene. A correspondent of the New York Observer sketches the scene on tue prcscntulion of tho gift to Congress of Carpenter's painting o...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 13 April 1878

San Marcos F ree rress, ,1 i . . . i - i I. II. JULIAN, "Prove All Things i Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PROPRIETOR VOL. Vll. SAN MARCOS, HAYS CO., TEXAS, APRIL 13, 1878. ' NO. 23. Free Press. VUBLlSnpD EVERY SATURDAY BY ISAAC II. JULIAN, To whom u'l Letters should be Addressed. Office South sido of Plaza. RATES OF 8UI18CRIPTI0K: One year, advene. Six month " Tbr.e mouths " 76 BATES OF ADVERTISING. On. squar., on. Insertion $1 00 1 .ach addition- Insertion under en. month,. 60 e.nts pef aquare. I mo. 3 moe. 6 moi. I IS moi I Square- S " . II " . " . ' colm. , 3.50 4.60 T.or 8 00 9.00 15.00 $ 11 00 30 OS 36.00 80.00 35.00 60.00 1OC.00 On. IncU in pc. commutes a square. Legal and transient advertising payable strlotly n advance. Local nollce, 10 centi per line each Insertion. Announcing candidate! for offleo, countj, t 6.00 For Dlstrict-or Stat, offices M-M Obituary notices of over ten lines charged at dvertislng rates. BUSINESS DIEEOTORY. Newspaper. iTt EST TEXAS FUSE PRESS, I. H. ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 13 April 1878

I. H. JTUA1T, Zditor. riTBLISIIED EVEltf SATURDAY. CURRENT TOPICS. Mf.ssks. French, Llndqrmann and Gilllillan, the Commission appointed by tho Secretary of the Treasury to take chargo o( tho purchase of silver bullion, announced on tho 2Cththat they had on band sufficient to serve the purpose of dollar coinage for sovoral weeks, and would not negotiate for silver for some weeks, unless tho market should fall to such a figure as would make it advan tageous to tho Government to purchase. They also announced that arrangomonts were about completed In tho Philadel phia Mint, which will ortablo tho Gov ernment to produce there in April 2,000,000 silver dollars, the minimum amosnt required to be coined In any one month under tho law. JuiOE Blatcufoud, of the United Stuto District Court of Now York, has given a decision in the suit of tho Unit ed States against ex-Uov. Samuel J. Tildon, to recover some $100,000 in come tax, alleged to be due the Govern ment by defendant. The question at is ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 13 April 1878

$m gtatfo $m grew. I. H. JULIAN, Editor. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. IIEKE AND THERE. Oleanders poison the grass that grows in their shade. A Nr.w Hampshire hen has laid an egg within an egg, each having hard shells ami containing regular yelks and whites. Gen. Williams, of Grand Island, Col.t owns a farm of 11,000 acres, 6,000 of which are planted with wheat and 2,000 with barley. A rattlesnake, 6 feot 7 inches in length and measuring 15 inches around the body, was killed in Emanuel Coun ty, Georgia, recently. Philadelpaia ladies are thinking of uniting against the high wages and extraordinary privileges demanded by female servants. They will shortly form a "Housekeepers' Protective League" for the purpose. The celebrated Eddystone Light house in the British Channel, which has buffettedtbe waves of a century, will probably soon disappear, owing to the undermining of the reef below it by the waters. ' : ' " : A Gaikesville (Ga.) father dream ed the other night that his baby , was dead...

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. — 13 April 1878

... ... - j- 4 S71 SEVESIH TEA MTM Sin MARCOS FREE PRESS I it'h how ocr TWICE AS LARGE and conllni POUR Tl MES much Reading Met tr as heretofore. lb comii.rl.on.lt will be found nearly large Is the tialr-ln Dully A'mm, to contain 'bout much reading matter. it now aire! FULL GENERAL NEWS-, l well as 'LOCAL, M III pttroot will need to tike fto other news paper. trice tho aame-only TWO DOLLARS k jeer poatage (reel DOH'T I0II0W (VT jO-8tIBNCIIIBB fOH IT1 Free Press. ISAAC a JULIAN, Editor. BXK MARCOS, TEXAS. SATURDAY........ AP&IL 13. Official Paper of Hay. and Blanco 'Counties. We are happy to say that our cir 'culatibn about Mountain City is in creasing, notwithstanding the ohronio opposition of a very few persons, the secret of which we have good reason to believe is not what they so unjustly od foolishly allege that we oharged the Mountain City people through our paper with dishonesty but grows out 'of narrow looal prejudice and blind po litical bigotry. This sort of opposition ...

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. — 13 April 1878

t Free Press. SAN MAH009, TBXA6. SATURDAY AP&IL . Agent for lite Free Frews. Tht fallowing gentlemen ire authorised to re ceive od receipt fur subscriptions to the Fun fu in their respective localiliee: A. Hfton, Esq., County at Urge. Bailey k Dalley, K. Hartlndale, Hsj. E.Nance, I. UBasemore, Blrlngtown. Martlndala. Mountain CIV. Cedar Valley. J. 0. Cadv, Onion Creek. ;gy AH postmaitera are alto authorised agente Subscribe for the Free Press. Brown flour at the San Maroos Flour and Feed store. Single copies of the Free Press at this office 5 cts' each. Sixteen kinds of chewing tobaeeo to select from at Fry's. He can suit .you. German Millet seed at $1.50 per 'bushel at Donalson & Johnson's. Late leading newspapers and maga zines at this o'Soe. Corn grits the "clear rit" at the San Marcos Flour and Feed store. The "Old Miller," at the Flour and Feed Store, will pay the highest mar ket price for old iron. Thompson's Mill, we learn, is thronged with customers. The result no do...

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. — 13 April 1878

Liovo'8 Last Suit. ixtvo, forgot mo wlion I'm gone. Wlinn the tree Is overthrown IM It pluco be dlKKod nl own O'er with Knutui wlion thut U grown, Th very place shull be unknown, Ho court 1 oblivion; 80, 1 clmrge thoo by our love, Iovn, lowt mo wlion I'm gone! J.ovo of lilin that llns In clay Only iniikiith life forlorn Jluiiiiig o'er the now-born day (Villi regrets of yostennorn. " Awl whntlslovo to lilin that's low, or sunshine on IiIh grave that flout? Un-o nor sunshine reuchoth now IicRportlmn tlio daisy roou. So, when lie thut nigh mo hovers liiiuth, thut HpiiroM not huppy lovers Comes to chilm IiIh little duo, l.ov, as thou urtgood undtrue, I'rouilly give the churl his own, And forgot mo whim I'm gonol" - Thumiu Ituoiiltan, in ntackwood'i Magazine. The Wife of the Period. A MuHhlng cotiplo lately wed ' IlitJ Hoiight tholr WoHtorn home, 'tis said; ' Wlioro the young husband, with lib) dear, KsMiy'd to uot tho plononr. lie hired no help hlmitulf lo Hid, And hIio omployod no kitc...

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. — 13 April 1878

FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Io the Senate, on the 20th, the House Joint resolution extending to tbroa years the term (or tlie payment of taxes on distilled spirits passod. Mr. Chrlstluncy, from the Committee ou Judiciary, mild ho was direct ed by majority of tbo oomiultum to report bitek the bill to repeul the Ilunkrupt law. The committee were unable to Hirroo upon mueudiuunts, and therefore decided to re port back the bill without recommenda tion. 1'lnoed on the calendar. Mr. lllRluo moved that the corroxnnndenco be twen the Amurtcan and Hritlsh Govern nients In regard to the uppolntinent of Mr. pellosso on the Halifax Uonitutsslnn bo lakon from the tublo and referred to the (Join mittun on Forelirn A II aim. Airreed to. Mr. Cameron (' Is.) rolled up the petition of 1). . ('iirbln, cliitmtntr a sent as Senator from Month Carolina, presented by him pome time tgo and then laid en tho table to bo called up at SOlIlt) MUlUiWIU U1UVUU Iv UU IXlM rtJO, to the uomwitxue on iiiviinKes nna isioo ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 13 April 1878

n-jt ff From the SI. Looli Btpubllcan.l The 01d-Fbloacd Gardea. How will I renumber that elcJ-faablontd gardsn, vThr the fair, tpley ploia and t"tt wllllemi oooegrew Tb. fiage ud the Ml., anil marigold! yellow, Tbt frig-rut ambroid, tb boll; and rot. Tb Ulaci Ibat fluttered their delicate eluattrt, Kacb aide of tba fat tbat twang to and fro, At w bright, happy cbildrtn roda baokward and forward, Id onr innocent play with health all aclow. How wall I remember tba lun-flowera golden, That followed their king aa be marched roond tba world The tall holljr-bocki, io ttttely and ilendar, Tbat elood by tba wall, with Jew-dropt im pearled, The eweelpett and dabllae, tba old-faibloned rotea Tbat leafed e'er the door of the farm bonsa ao brown Tba frail morning-gloria, and trumpet flowert orlmeoa, That 'oaath. tbelr rich freight o'er tba arbor bung down. How well I remember the wld drooping branohea Of tba old gnarled apple-tree oloea by tba well, Where In the greeu branchea I'd alt In eweel ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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