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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 1 February 1883

r-! Kiynj i..tr free Press. ivtARO. TEXAi. r 7l&iAY. FEBRUARY, 1, ,s:t. TIM 13 TAIH.E. c !"' fbti ANTONIO DIVISION: nOUMI 6UU1H. HA II.. .a.r.s i'. ..4S1 txrnvx . 7.-4'. a. M 8;T M 8.41 " 9.05 M , lt:40 10 X " MM r. M, ju.itn VaKch-" IKI'W iU- .' JiXMAKCUK. V' ,m llraunfen.. . Antonio-- M. ..6.0 ..f,;.TJ - .. 6.t6 ..:2S " . fclKt " , ROUND KORTIl. , 11 OSA.M . lo-.lll " . lo io " .,10 0.1 .. tun " ....15 " ...8:4.-1 " a . Tl 0 r.xr.M, . :48P.M . 8:41 " . . f.:U5 . 4 4 . M " . ;Ht ,. 1.4S " Aitn )JIK.Il Iiuur 1 Kv1 MkN MAUCOS Hauler...... Uruunfels. Sin Antonio ., 0 liOnVLE NEWS. Ke lot Bacon ml larJ nt G. W. D. & Cq'h. Livei'P;)OL wilt nt G. W. Doualson fc Co'h. r Scoab liiHiNO JloIuseR nt (J. v . I). A Co s. 1'obb Sn!VirYiit (t. W. DoihiIhou & Co'sl '"CuiTLTly,viioiif nt G. W. D. aTCo's. H BAi)UK'i bent " nt G. V. D. & Cq'h. U HirJwiire. nails, locks, hingosjfce. gwda-co J Cahpenteu s tools nt u. w. D. it Uo m. CAurES i Cosiumnox plows nt G. W. D. & Co', P Garde...

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. — 1 February 1883

I l THE MINERS PROTEOE. Wa you , if. queer itory, Miwy; Uo Uttlo girl'e none of our kin; 0 at, you bet, when the old men go under, Mie'e the one who will handle our Ua. V ypir.l an' me'e rough, minln' fellers, Wre got nary children nor wife, B 11S wo loe little yellow-balred Nellie, And we'll rear her np right-bet yer life. Kow old? Wal, ehe'a nigh eight, I reckon; Five year ainoe we brought her out here; Ao4 abo waa the ounnin'eat baby We'd looked on for many a year. Y aoe, 'twas the time the Apachee Broke out. Blaat the red Impa of aln! tue mirant train orossed their trail, Miaa, As? the Injuns they aoooped 'cm all in. Tea. thar lay mon, children an' wimmin; Cie red devils raiaed all their ba'r. 1.s couldn't do nothin' to help 'em, K my pard an' me buried 'em thar. W found one likcly-loskin' young cretur' kyin out from the rent of the heap. Ik waa dead, like the rest, an' Nellie Lay clone by her aide f at anlecp. Wal, Hwaa nigh ninety mile to the settlement; . Kill an mo turned th...

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. — 1 February 1883

R? BANCROFTS ROSES. i af III Gwdea la Waihlaf to. wklngonCorrMioodfnt Chicago Iribun. fr. Bancroft's bobby is rose-cult. -T Fancy this of a man who spends Sirs in setting up the dry bones of fcU and breathing into them the life 0f history! Uxs winter home is a SouWe brown stone, and had original it small strip of ground on each nde of the entrance. There was one blttzo of color from Eobniary to June. Such hyacinths surely never bloom onUide of a poem; and the tulips looked as if some tropical bird had wn plucked near by and its plumage scattered broadcast over the beds. Every shade and color in nature's paint box was represented, and under jjfl wooing sun and soft air of mid winter, they thrust up from the mold long before the leaves were out or the Spring Prince had kissed the sleeping world to life, and in the snows and atorms that always follow 6uch a Veather-truce, they would stand ercct and glowing and . hold their ground until tho green was washed in to the hills and the cat-t...

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. — 1 February 1883

y ? : 1 '! , I . ! I .3 7 5 ' : t . (I i ! ; i r i j.M I'M : Inrha visit to Hau Marco ou TLur. tUv, thr-w.-U tho vnnr.oty of Mr. Dunn!. t-.ii). M.e uf tho ctra"Uri, we l..vl tl:o I : i- i.-j of a walk tl.rjiiLi tlio new court l.iius.;. V.'o fuun J a lnrn-e force at work tin iliin' niij !;u.ttrii: arj U now fat i:wir. in' ciiiij'l lion. . 'J inf.k'tto Mcmpi Lorul. mii mil lev'". th l. oj.lo f,f II ty cavity hiro nt lot u coiirlLo fo whi.-h will rv.'loct rr.-'lit tijion tlu-tu. Tii'j pentUmcn l o.'ilni ' liny li ivo ; iiv.l tieiihtr iuorif;y nor aim to turn oin n flr.t cits job. Tho l uiWin viJI lt I'.uiOio J ftiutit tho itiiJllo of r:vt i:.(tutU. h'if!r yut.'U. Vi'i:rj.y thrvo i,ricc foi fruit tretn rf Norrii'-ni iij.' nt-, wIk ti you tun K'.t native crowu Uv hi low us jier 10). ir Post Om Km M.irjo.4. The Hot IN-adlnj. Tvtry f.miily that tli hir.. to t.rovM.) for its youi:;; ji'hii.Ic wj.oi' somo nun utrnciivc inatt' r hlioui'i nt-un rr hi i..i..-o!.i-.; of tL.l WA' ('7i.)!fifii.n. ...

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. — 8 February 1883

an Marcos Free Pre I. H.JULIAN, "Provo All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PKOPliJETOH, VOL. XII. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY, 8, 1883. NO. 10. Free Press.. ruMIsbed Every Thursday by ISAAC H. JULIAN, To wboui all Letters should be Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. - RATES OFtUBSCRIPTIOy. ontr".,n d?Dce UK month! jbree Bonthi M T BA TES OF AD VSR TISIKO. 0s qcare, oue Inaertlon $1 00; each addition , Insertion under one month, 60 eenta oer aure. 1 mo. 3 mo.. 8 mot. Hmoi 1 )qor. J J col u " I t 3.S0 ) 8.00 S.00 .or ! v.ooi 11.001 MM I TOO .00 10.00 20.00 36.00 8.09 10.00 ia.no 10.00 10.00 suvo t 10.00 15.00 w.oo 30.00 6C.00 70.00 "jjuilMwCwdi, one inch or Jos., ne year, 8 00 Card la Businea Directory, one year, $2 00 Legal and Tranalent advertisements will be rged One Dollar Per square tot the Brat In itios, and Fifty Centa eer square for eachaddl Uooal insertion. A sqaare ia the apace of one Inch. Fractional sqoe nte1 ftH iqoare. local and Busioe N...

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. — 8 February 1883

SAN MARCOS FREE PRESS. L H. JULIAN, PobliKher. BAN MA11COS, TEXAS IKXtS lOl'KS. (J.tiusvillo liits hhippend over 11, OOO LuKs of cotton tlii year. (hung, will have fifteen steam saw-mill in operation by spring. One ii. an in Jones county raised i,m... i.nir t.f -otton lust year and UllVi' - - - hauled it fifty miles to have it ginned. An extensive lloatingcnnnery and fish-oil rt linciy i king built at Victo ria and will bo launchtd in April. Longview Denm-rat: A phenom enal lmil fctoiui caused general com ment, Tuesday. Jt was heralded by thunder and an obscurity that suggest ed twilight, then for many minutes a down-pour of hail followed that was surprising. An English syndicate, headed by Francklyn, own a county; another foreign syndicate, own about six coun ties; the Gibson certificate syndicate have, for the present, a large claim on Terry and Yoakum counties; tho Bhombcrg syndicate, of Austin, filed on several hundred sections of school land, in counties attached to this sur ve...

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. — 8 February 1883

Jarksou- rcopnt oiticlo upon Jackson and , Domooratio party we epokoof lm Ktled principles, relation aud jq. E a The importance of them to aeDfu jout of American politicH can t1" ,i v bo ovorated ; for it is generally Uid that, next to Jeffersou, Amen- Dttuocraoy owes more to Jackson 1!Bn to oy one ol!ie; ftUl tljrtfc B8 101,8 the Democratic party exist it must "ni retain essentially the shape A color he gave it from 1829 to 1837. t?t thide from tho soldier, statesman Vd ..olitioian, there, is the man; to Tom a strouRer and deeper interest VLlca for all who care to stndy hu- an nature in its rarest developments, fet ns try to look at him in this "dry y,M " untinged by partisan partiality !r BrViice;and in so doing we may tch the secret of his wonderful power Toon his contemporaries, and the hold H still ha upon the vast mr.jority of his oountrymen. The manhood of Jackson was his m0St prominent characteristic There never wns a more thoroughly manly Ln than he, and this quality if it ...

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. — 8 February 1883

f .r Free Press. ISAAC II. JULIA!!, - - - Eta1, nsirr mahoos, tf.xas. I JiNTtllEIJ ATTHK I osT Ol'HCS AT HAS MARCO I ... ..... - r I'l a I TEXAS ASWXONU '""J Piyjr, ntii V2KZ uwllMtto CctilHTutt. to I)inl!i of i:x-(it)vrrnop Davis. Just before going to press, we leurn that Ex-Govemor L J. D.ivi died yesterday cvoniug nt bis residence, at Austin, of pncu- lilOlliii. Cokb was re-elected Senator without op position. Yet ouly a few yenr bince he was the subject of general execration in icxas. "Times change nnd men change wiin mom, has . . . . . - .a ..tnntl IniAA .. , . 1nA Tnt'ina t rhftt tuoro nf nMjyVm our no, mg .'.."'' I ..I,!,,,,.! in UiU homes and huts over the tonaKl BLTVlcns tncro, nuil were ihj.u iuiv... ..v- 7 , if. r.ommenil . - i. i m in tho asvlnui. He recommenai rstrd an.l edition -inn uuaimug - ; ,. t tlil, Clp: ... ..... i i . .. I !,. Iia minn.1i and LuUllU2' at pretentious is exceedingly comioruo .uu - - - - . well nuibbed. Therein assembled wo found ui ue ciuurgea nu...

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. — 8 February 1883

8 Q rJ PI B 0 ID 0 hi H P 0 o H (0 (D 0 A rH H A 0 d (0 H r 0 H C3 0 yj. ' m. J.'.,l" affuri HWWlj)t.'JMian.wM Free Press. fieyrlster C:atroii ill ti AlJtilnj la till TIME TABLE. o feailiorJ d tot Srito Mral sJjgTAKTONIO DIVISION: pound Buurii. MAIL. ..3.6S P. M. XfaKSI . 1:H A. M , 8:JT 8.41 " , B.05 " , 8:tt . lo:0 HiiMfn Mnclic nar Hooter ....... Me llraunfel gsu AiiWl-. ...4:4 i. ...6.(i5 ....5:8.1 ... 6 '5 t ....6:2s .. 8:00 , 10X8 P. X. ROUND KOKTH. MAIL, ..1105A.M RXPaKS, . 6:40 P. K, . 6:41 " . 6;26 ' . f.:05 " . 4.84 . 4 09 " Aal" iichc I)upr 10:R'i .. 10.211 Kv'e ' ikV MARCOS l..nAl .,10.00 ... 9:86 ..9. IS ..8:43 ..I.IK Krnunfcts. 3:3i 1.4S " Q 8n At gm Anioniu HOMB 1TEWS. VALENTINES Comic Sentimental of all grades, at San Marcos Bookstore. En-route to Austin last week wo noticed several new buildings going np both at Du Pra and Macbaca. At cost, clothing, woollen dress at cost flannels and all other woolen goods goods, ttt P. 11. Tubneb Jfc Co. Tax small nox at San Anton...

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. — 8 February 1883

7 A OF Till. LAKE. far to Hi tiorti., where On '!" '""lu br"'k Th-ir rut;i4-4 'in " I'"'""" Htl WltKlB if'Pt, l !. I V.ery 1! thrril Uie luomif ln MV. the volcanic materials. It forms the ctuur of u pueblo of cavo dwelling, now mined. At uu ultitutlo cf liity La ujo u btiks of nude lignum, paint ed red, loiiumg a bcrni-circlo oi btv-tniy-lnelcU. Ihe hguuaro tyui- boilcdl ol the (iuliCCS Cf UiC JliUiuhb, .louds and li-'LUiintr. Joi.0 liilaro, lj.-iU tin. uuw ! -d rWtfi" 0.ou.i.a Jrd, j UiV j.uidc, tllU bllfcbt Ulld kllldtbt ml to & the Ukolft thai the l-re I k".''- Ai,.l foil tl. Ukt-It-t that .ijm-nttpa he, With k nt iuohuuik rmij'ol " v, rJr lde O e.l Urr. r, tli.t in wlJ :et tri l.-ur rl , A it I),! v!t Irom the rude world to IU A iUm vn.i- J lio kuul 5 m r J to 1 mm til im.kii.a-il tl r i u-r ilmr, y t-ver war a frt tro--, Nuorllle Vr to utait mi eulli r'd dttr. Io nt: e'er to i-ibo iu the Ion t dH i, Or louxe n:a ' ruiu Iiom bin hi d lair; A liuhdM-d ilr In crarelul j-'i t l...

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. — 8 February 1883

TheStranse ltird of Brownsville, Arnlbaui J. Watkins, lato of Sol- Alii.i urtS ot "mse uto tro"b r' Yfliow fever broke outia Browns- ii. Texas,, last summer and Mr. BausfUU(1 tliertin a new nml lnrious field of enterprise and labor. Fi . Lvintt to the alllictod town ho an nounced himself solo agent for the fircat Brazilian Remedy, price 1, a tattla of which was gtarautced to bo lure death -to yellow, scarlet, blue, L or other color of fever known t, science. Placards, representing long processions ot iuteUiScnt natives bearing the precious herbs of which the remedy was composed wero post .a oil over tho fences and barns, and n rr(iteful citizens of Brownsville poured into Mr. Watkins oflico ii Ln.lv streams, depositing their dol i n ml carrying olf the invaluable wtlra. A week later, at midnight, fr Watkins left town, and left it mdiWlv. By a most curious coin cidence, no sooner had he quitted his lucrative place of business by way of the back fence and alley than tho ex cited popul...

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. — 8 February 1883

i ' : f V ; ! J. 1 1 n ? i ? t . I? ? ill coxTiNiri) rf nnT faob. TuurH.lay, tho 18th of S .teniler, lflOS, ut iLroj o'clock lu tho af toruoou, Moiiaiour do tf;. JIrn, governor of tlo Doatilo, arrived for tho finit tiino from tho Won of Hto MiirLiu'rito ami Ilouorat, IriuginR with him iu hi own litter, on olJ prisoner bo Lad fc'unrJod at rigncrol. Hi mtao wan not tjiven, tho ciu'.so of li! detention not ma Jo known. Ho wore a velvet iniwk, and wan tirht jtliccd iutho tower of tho Itajriinore, ti await tho m'gbt, whoulwoa to conduct Lii:i mj-Mlt at nhio p. iu. Into tho towor of tho Ucrtaudiero to tho third Ktory room, which ly order of Monsieur do iL Mar I l.ad coun!ute!y furnished for Lin reception. In conducting Lirn to it I wan occompon ied by Mr. KosnrgcH, who was to Hcrvo and j,uard tho prisoner at tho government's cx- j euso. I tie prisoner was caiioa iuarcuwu, Tho prevaling opinion pointed this man out as tho twin brother of Louis XIV, kept out or tno way, xor rear vi xutun, c...

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. — 15 February 1883

San Marcos i I.H.JUMAN, "Prove All Things i Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PItOPIlIETOU, tol. xii. SAN MARCOS,. HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY, 15. 1883. NO. 11, Free FresSo Free Press. ihihlishcd Every Thursday by ISAAC H. JULIAN, To vlioui all Letters uhould bo Addressed. OFFICE East Side of Plaza. gA TES OFaCBUCItJPTIOX. ,U ad Lb .... -nnLtlH ' U MB Ibr( month TS j t rim ar AD rsR TISIXG. - ..... Inaortlon 1 00! each addition. Ooe iqf"t " j Iswrtlon tinder ons month. 60 oenu per Mim. J I ao. 8 mm, mo. II mot IH jVa.M M j .0t 4 6.00 0.00 $ 10.00 rt io.oo 1600 9.00 11.00 J0.00 MbOO 30.00 M.00 30.00 6C.00 964 60 M T6.00 u eclm 11.00 30.00 Bminp-v --. - ' - Csrd 1 Builoew Directory, one year, S3 t.-.i nd Transient AoVertlseaaent will t.rted One DolUr per squar for the int .i.n and Fifty Cent per quar fer each sdH i imerllon. A aeuare li the spec of ose ocb. Fractional square will be counted fan squares. ijw1 ind Bnslnett JfoMc will be charged ten twti per tine for the flret I...

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. — 15 February 1883

8AH IIABC03 FREE PRESS. BAMMABOOB, TEXA8 TEXAS TOPICS- The coming saengerfest at Dallas promiBes to be a grand affair. rri v, TPTftB Stockmen's as- sociation will be held at Fort Worth ii . r. i Tuaalav And Gth UaV 01 Ou lUB iiio March. Threo hundred tones of Laredo coal was shipped to San Antonio last week, and yet tne aemauu point cannot oe suppuuu. Twenty-five thousand dollars in Mexican coin panBtu otm house on the 25tn en route to El Paso. The packages weighed 5000 pounds. ..-The state printers are very much behind with their wok, ana me uiem bers of the Legislature are much an noycd at not being able to secure cop ies of the reports of the various headi of departments. For the first time in the history t TWft. the neonle of Ban Antonio hAtrA inliilcrAfl in fileichridinc. The AJOiVV - o w cold weather, with the accompanying snewand sleet, that prevailed inrougn AnfTpTaH dnriner the first week of Feb ruary, made good sleighing in many parts of the state extending as far south as...

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. — 15 February 1883

Sand T Iloarbf Fork. One of the real good men in our pon Roaring F-rk yr&n J. M. Sndcrs. It was years afterwards be S. anvone knew that he was any ' S but plain "Sunday," but if a Jjgn has a front name it is bound to come out sooner or later. It was later when it turned out l,at 'Sandy" was not only Bandera, vt J. M. Sanders, and like as not Jome of his letters had "Esq." at the nf his name. Well, Sandy was a good man a jeal good man. He always had a remedy for every complaint, from chills and fever to being so homesick v.nt the natient would have given his left arm for a sight of the old red farmhouse in the States. He was jjSO a praying man, aim uu ouiiutiy, when he didn't have too much patch ing and darning to do he read from tha Bible and exhorted us that the road to heaven led through trials and tribulations and over hills where a man shod with the strongest faith had to look out for his footing. Which I may remark right here was also the belief of several others in camp, i...

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. — 15 February 1883

IP , I nttUiu'aiiiuituMa jvw ""i o Tj C C . etc., in which to store the product of their X.l-00 fanH 0M ft rogcrvo for HcoHom of carciy, AO H. JULIAN, Saitar. A.r jwtrooa, Texas. THUJtMMY, ICUUUARY 1.', 1M3. I ENTEBKn AI Tlifi POHT 01TICB AT 8AM MARCOS Ii r.-flpriiiw Ctt'-raU ALi till Alfortitlsx. U thU n... I tMitiriai iHlzznrdlloine Truths VIII for Homo Cortsuinytlou. 4 ill..m (in ucwjj foel like induldw in one. Our bubjecl u,ia(.iiU Itself ad "lUuznrds ia imiuti.. J ""Oft ' I ICCUUK rL.Tn. their Conncqnencoi and Remedy, Li.nronphlv m the case reauirea. But like Io the fJrttt phvco it must bo quite clear by Uuzliria jt may again muster turn time that Diizzarun w forces for another loray. All new comeri of tno post year as i l'ooJ hholtor. and abundant feed for Rtock, big wood-pilos ud wood houses well stored with fuel. nd all tho rot Apropos, enough cood wood has beeu wanted in pea hounes Bince this country was first settlod to have yoiie far toward building many a family a a bett...

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. — 15 February 1883

4 8 i ,-Free . Pr.ess. YjvUJRSDAV,' FEBKUAHY, lfi, 1883. 7l ffjnjtjr CMtrtll Att tt Adrortlrtat la till iKCQ33 NEWS. New Goods. V -..-.iisJort received r. 0. W. Donation A Oo. iTITion'M. iilmclTiiir lintchets. plane A squaree eft M aVi bun. b"lu, A o . U . W . Doiialeon A Co. -Kineet lnnfAt Syrup, pnro. ylfCo'fe. Urg lotju't received. - rr u Ui.aliMl rfthfu. frond. jT MiT."ricklt. Cundenned Milk, Ao. Toilet Soap, atO.W. Donalson Co. f5lf and PtneTnb. and other Woodenwaro. rrl,uA dlly another car or "Calls Lily" Floor. gipeei ' q.w.DOSALSOH CO., Agents. mmm A ' - A Chanoe of time, a cuoogo oi rauroaa V timo time took place on yesterday. We rf have not time to change our table in full this week. The time at this place is as fol hi g. Bound south (mail) 0:18 P. M., and V 10 A. M. Bound north (mail) 0:18 A.M. 0 and 4:10 P.M. Ow druggist says he has sold over 200 Taocine points in the last few days. At cost, clothing, woollen dress at cost flannels and all other woolen goods goods, at P....

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. — 15 February 1883

8I0NS OF PROSPERITY, Wnsr tn spades grow bright, And idl swords grow (lull J WborsJslUers.tapty, aad wbero barns art full . Wbsro (laid patba are With froqtltnt M outworn, Law court yards weedy , Silent and forlorn. Where doctors foot it. And wbrrs farmers rifle; Whoroagt abounds. And jouth U multiplied Whero polaonoua drinks Ara cbaaad from tvf 17 place ; Wbsre opium's curaa Vo longer leave a trace Where the signs are They olearlyludicato A happy people Aad a well ruled elate. From the Chinese. THE STORY OF A STATUE. I. There is a'storv .'attached to the mnnnmAnf which covers the ashes of Mnmn Bozzaris. at Missolonghi the flrAAk irirl half reclining on the tomh and tracingithherfinger the name of the hero. II. Davifirof Ancers was the artist. It was at the period when the heroic struggle of Greece for her liberty fired the hearts of all the gentle and enthu oi'nsfifl of Western Europe that that sculptor resolved to erect over the ash es of Bozzaris a worthy monument. As one dav he ...

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. — 15 February 1883

i Kew Sfaators. Ong-third of the United Statej foniito or 26 members, "go out" on ?..nmf 4th of March, and various stile Legislatures are now busily en ''Li in selecting their successors. RSoutgoing Benators aro Morgan of ikbama, Garland of Arkansas, Chil li of Colorado, Saulsbury of Dela lirt Barrow of Georgia, Davis of Hb, McDillof Iowa, Plumb ef SnsaB, Beck of Kentucky, Kellogg of ronsiona, Frey of Main, Hoar of Massachusetts, Ferry of Michigan, Wjndom of Minnesota, Lamar of Mississippi. Saunders of Nebraska, jkPherson of New Jersey, Rollins of Neff Hampshire, Ransom of North Carolina, Grover of Oregon, Anthony of Rhode Island,1 Butler of South Carolina, Harris of Tennessee, Coke of Texas, Johnston of Virginia, and pavis of West Virginia, of whom 18 gre Democrats, 12 Republicans and 1 Independent. The present is the time fixed for the election of their successors, but as in many states the Legislatures meets only Menially i several Senators had to fee selected more than a year in...

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. — 15 February 1883

J(lxunderland!ngr. lot T. DrwlB Boom, 1.50 A. M. claspee! kr band, end I held II fast, While tilo la her dreamy eyee, And fca I'wk r hr features passed, Like the twilight of vspr skies. While, llk eo too ba?py or hj to epaak, With a Ibrub I eoeld sudariUnd, ia tome from lay rapturssher glowing eboek Arid veiled It with faltering baud. . Iti the gentle tremor wbloh thrilled her frmo, A ltd leaped from etr pulse to mloe, 7 n7 tblretlng soul wilb lw aeasage ene, Llko lb Bsgie ofendlel wloe. 41 Utl she pilled lb topeloae smart Of thepaeelon she bad scorned. And Jul as I felt she bid opened ber birt, be epobed lor mouth, and yawned t C. C. Carroll, lo Harper's Waf nine From St. Lonls. St. Locih, Tcb. 8th, 1883. Co. Tuts. Vuxjh j A terrible and tragjo nffuir occurcd ut "Four Courta" building, .... wt FrMntr .Tr.l n O. rurker's trial for I ho murder of ono I'uyton was about to pro ceed ond the Hlioriff wai engaged iu culling tbo witnesses. Parlor desired an interview with bis wife and coun...

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