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i! Free Press. & JULIAN, Editor. lAJrf KMiOOS, TEX AJU SATUUD-VY OCT. 18, I Km tared cnl'riJI Tciaa TO ADVBBTWKIW. TBt VBKI PRP.S-I It laadln StwapaPaT in ,lrrll.llt ajadlam, and baa Ik kaH oBlea a mtir lb Colorado aad Ha; Aatnnla Mr Allvipr. drtuiwi to ,mmlptrvl.o ri.prr of Ika eonnty. Ma !. Ika canaiy at. It arovlnt om i." inaooi.av,., Inaalad an tin sraat klfkwa "J from Anln. rU Sa antnsjo ft!"? Ill of tba Inlrmailonal aailroad akkb baa kara tumiilaiad IP Amira, iikww "T" V' lr thlrtv aillaa diatanl. and II la eansdanily ar. tlctpaloa will noon oo iaau ' ' i. ...4 ... r.ii.in. aad adueatlaoal pn II li-Kaa. an.1 aa mo nan m v ' - - rallanioomninnlin alfar ibaMWlH 'ailiiaa. lull I milt amT, wmoa -r " ' . ..I lb Hith at lha teotaMkn aanula. Janalaj tha Kan ll.rcoirl.tf. and aoatiltjUna' aonoa .a r-ii aaural cnrl-wlty aad aa IntibtatUbla watat P"aViUI ilt. aa araftlri soaorally . thron-linnl iWneaantry. will ha apt la rtaflt In iba proprietor of Iba fata Paaaa aao with ham. a. a nawipapaf pabllthor of Raatara la dlana dnrlna faartaan yrara, from tpiambaf iM t IVeairihar 171. ba bara probably baa nmlnou triaaaotloaa, to whlakba aan point tnara wltk plaatnr aa Iba bail avldanoa of bit raipon- 1 1 in. J ...4- J Antmm kalMU ICpSao labia ol aariUn ratot oa Iralpafa . i (tctwbwr tSlMltM..t Tha foil retarns from Ohio tad Iowa ate hot In, bnt sufficient it known to ipcjioat. that the former bis gone ItaMiMinan bv about 20.000 majority nd the tatter by about 30.000 on Got- trnor, with Republican legislative majorities on Joint billot. ' ; ' ' JacksoM" TitDiit. Rend the ar tiole with this option ononrflnt page Thb West Texas Conference of the Methodist Chnroh now in session at Gooxalei, Biihop NoTyeire presici tng, ' '.' ' .' ... . . KNOMfJir and German immigrants aarl i are eontmuiag to come to lexas in ldrgo nnmbers. . Puor. Wise, tho veteran aeronaut aul inniW man lately went np in alieOD, have not been hoard from since and are supposed to nsvo been lost. Two more at San Francisco perished by the colIape of their balloon. What ( oir Free ajchoxtla t By a paragraph whioh we copy else whore from the San Antonio Express, and whioh appoared a week ago, it will be teen that they have received their apportionment of the School Fund We wonder it Hars oounty has receiv ed her shore, and if not, why not? We believe the law provides for the ap portionment in September. We hope to see the schools in operation right soon, and protest, on behalf of the children in aid of whom the food is given, against their postponement any longer than is absolutely neccessary. The cold season is the golden opportu nity for the children intended to be benefitted. It being the only one in Which they bare leisure to attend. pom'i PubUote." ' We learn that some parties have be come offended because the Star Vindi cator published tbeir names in connec tion with the proceedings of the eouu ty oourt a short time ago. It was not tut the purpose ot wounding the feel inga of anybody that this was done. It was a public matter, done in open court, and is now on record in the clerk's office; and besides it is custom ary and right for newspapers to pub lish the names of everyone brought in to court tor trial. See what the Gal veston News says on this subject, and which it keeps standing in its columns 11 tlie time: "Under no circumstances will the mmes of pewons publicly arraigned before the recorder's court, the crimi nal court, or any justice's court, what ever may be their stan lief in the com raunity, be omitted from these reports. Applieation to the reporter or at the office to suppress or falsily names or postpone publication of the same will be useless trouble. No order or pro ceed inr in a civil case will be omitted. This rule is adopted to make our record of the courts complete and re liable." We clip the above from the Blanco pap?r for the purpose of saying that, unlike the Galveston News, we do not feel bound to publish a complete rec ord of Court proccediors and hiving no taste for the dvtail of criminal court procecdincs especially, we have, aa our readers know, not often given thorn in fall. At the time time we will add. that the position of the News, as to the richt of a newpipcr to pub lish such matters, is chart entirely oorrcct, and. Id aometimea omitting tbem, we wish It distiaotly understood that wu do not waits oar right to pun llh when we sea Broner to do so. In tho very pertioent language of the Star Vindicator: Wo will only add that if a man is too sensitive to bavo bis name appear iiattit in m criminal case ne kinM kl.n ka Iaa aanailiva to act in a way that would make luch a thing neoesMry. - Tfca Political mtajauiam Clearly gaaataeWa. ' Comrif JnmaL Gen.. Grant is tha expression.' and iba sal exDression. of the onranixed idea represented by tha Republican " , t.v aa ri-t- at. party, tenner snr oiamo uur wr, Sherman ia a tvne. 'They are but in cidental to the rwcljing prologue ' of tha Tmnarial them. I Thtt Rastblian party baa come to a point in jSbi.histery where popular matnoos ana aim forms no loner euffioa to maintain it ia power' Revolutions are aaid never to a-o backward. Ono orodaoea anoth er until tho cyole'of the original move ment ia aohieved or lost The Repub lican party paa wrought a revolution tha mataat ia modern annals. It has oonvulsed all sysUma, political and to- oial, under which wc lira, xo nnitn its work it must perfect its autocracy . and tbit can bo done only through the military power, supplementing iraua with force. To this end, Gen. Grant ia fthft one aewnt to be thouxht of l for his election to a third term would be, upon the threshold, a revolution, bring ing the South at a tingle : bound face to face with anew order of things! breakins- narties into atoms I abolishing traditions, if not forma, and scattering quibbles like soap bubbles, to the oon fusion of all men except the men in power, t . . ' ' TKia ia at onus tha hold and claim of Gen. Grant, and just at tha ono can not be loosened the other can not be denied. The finanoial question, for the present, is settled. It is too thin as it stands to be f-pread over the entire Presidential field. Whilst the simple minded Democrats in Congress have been fumbling with stray issues in in the hope of getting rid ot Mr. Til den, the smart Republican leaders ha e been overreaching themselves in pre cipitating, amplifying, and decorating an issue whioh makes urani inevita ble. The end will show that foolish men are no more at fault than cunning men ! and Tilden and Grant will lead the opposing ideas of the Uuion under the Constitution on the one hand and the Nation Under a Diotator on the other. There Is no escaoe. All things load to it. . No matter how Ohio goes, or New York iocs, it will be th same, the on- lv ouestion beins: whether Mr. Tilden can bo induced to lead a campaign to rhich he is as exclusively indispen ,ble as Gen. Grant is. If the friends of free government ean be united upon Tilden, we can boat Grant. If they can not be, good bye to old-fashioned liberty, and all bail a splendid Govern ment. ' A tlerivtua Mistake. "Houston is getting away wih Gal voston badly this year, so tar, on cot ton. Her receipts are about two bales lo Galveston's one. The reason given for this is that Houston has better shippin facilities, and her charges (nr handling cotton are about one-third what they are in Galveston, to say noth ing of the hngeness of samples in Gal viiston. the Galveston crop being gen erally about 6000 bales." We copy the a Dove irom me nan Mtrmi Fata Pause of Scot. 27th. merely to state that the editor of that jouroal has made a serions mis take, aa theee not a line of the above statement true in tact I Thue sayeth the Galveston Journal of Commerce, n e have only to ssy that we clipped the first paragraph from some Texaa exchange, without much consideration, and regret if we have thereby done injustice. Apropos, we see by a circular receiv ed from- tho I & G. N. It: R. that their charge from Austin to Galveston $150 per bale. is stcaael 91aaey BecelTeel. The city has just received $6,337 from the state school fund as the eity'a portion. In addition to this , the conn" haa received 14.000. The portions received by the eity ia about 1500 in extras of last year, notwithstanding the reduced allowance per capita, for children of the scholastic ace. This is due to a more correct ceous taken by our present county assessor. Saa Antonio Express. piIK mTA i f. Of TEXAIIt To all persons inieresU-d In the estite w ii ft a'iinin. a minor: ImutoS. Wiloox.giiarfianof iaidmi. nor has filed her application n tbetoumy Ueurtof Uays county, pryingbt der to sell the two-ttiirds interest oT mM minor ia the Mowing descr " Uto. to-wit: an undivided interest in 1381 ore., part ot the Charles llonono in WaUar oounty, io w" - .r .. .k. .T.i nu at ofl some judg nents agar too aetata of 'd minor and the Uies due thereon. Therelorei til persons intensted to the esttW of said mmorare htwby notified to be and ap pear belore the U on County 'Uof kay. count, at theurt Houae flreof in tne town oau "h Monday In November, 1OT; then, and thereto content aaid application If they Giveninder my hand and official Seal, Uot 16, 1B7. ' . . . L.SJ ... 5fa-jL Oct. 18 4W vi" v. v. m Co. nu sjtatk w tmi.i l" I T ' i t' "I I' ... ... J l To all persona interested in tne estaw m ByrdUwen.deoeaseu: i i. a-1. e nn havino- tiled in the a n.. rark nt llkva munlT their sawn, vmmm.j vvw w. j - - - 1 - application lor the probaU of the will of uyru uwen, aoctamu, v menury tnereuaaer. :, j Thereiore ail persona Intetested in said estate are hereby notified to be and ap- Er before tho Hon. County Court ol ays oounty, to be held at the Court House tnereoi m tne oown ..- cos on tne antra nionuay id !. 1879, then and there to antes! aaid ap plication should they desire tp do eo. Given under my hand and official seal . ... . . 1 l BI..Rm m this the MU day ot Uotooer, lotv. L.8I Get. 18-4W . C.C.C IJ.Co. TRUSTEE'S SALE I , Rv virhiA of the Aatboritv oonlemd hw a certain deed ol tfnst from KVK. Bradsbcw to me, which deed, bean data Mav 1st 1877. ana is reeoraea in Book a 01 mjn voumj nxmm wr wi- gages on pages oo?, ooa, ooo ami ami, win nrocaed to sell at Dublie auotion, to the highest bidder foraab, before the Pnnrt Hnnaa door in the town of Sen Mar- cos, between tho noun of 10 A. M. ana 4 l , M. on Tneflday, tho 7ouih Day of No vember, 1879, the following described real estate, to- 1st. Lots Ho: lonr ana nve in oiocs No. two in Moore's addition to the town of San Marcos, in Sen Marcos. Hays county, Texas. .. . , Snd. Lots nos. one ana two in diocb No. ono in Moore's addition to the town of San Marcos, in Ban Marcos, Hays county, lexae. ,7 1 v 3rd. Lot no. six in diock no, two in Moore's addition to the town of San Mar cos, in San Marcos, Hays oounty, Tetas, 4tn. Jivo acres oi iatiu in saia nnys county, pe-r the town ol ban Marcos, a part of tho T. J. Chambers' lengue, de scribed as follows: Beginning at a point on the north -vest boundary line of a pur chase mad) by F. Beese and A, M. Wil liamson 1 1 Enoch Moore, Atty. in tact tor U.Stone, 160 varus H. 44 deg. W. ot the most northern corner of said pur chase; thence S. 45 deg. W. 13U vara to a stone mound, and elm tree 19 in. in dia.; thence S. 45 cleg. is. wit varus to a stone mound: thflnce N. 45 dee- B- ldSvnras to a point: thence N. 45 deg. W. 3044 varus to the iilace of beitinninir. - 5th. Farm lot No. twenty-two in said town of San Marcos, less four lots sold by R. K. Bradshaw to E. JNorthonift and Geo W. Donnlson. , 6th. A lot in said town described as follows: Beginning at the N. E. cor. ot farm lot No. 22; thence N. 84 deg. W to a stoke, fifty turns, irom which an elm 12 m In dia. Iiears S. 33 deg. E two links, another elm bears S. 23 deg. W. 19 in. in din. 1)4 varus distant; thence S. 81 1-2 deg. 7 13(1 varus to a stone mound for corner; thence S. 8 1 2 deg. E. 50 varus to a stake and N. E. corner of farm lot No. 31; thence S. 81 1-9 deg. E. 130 vtiras to the beginning. The above property will lie Id to sat isfy a certain promissory note for the sum of $1,027 43 with 13 per cent, per an num interest Frum January 1st 1878, du by R. K, Bradshnw to B. 1 )ppenheimer 4 Co., and to secure which note the deed of trust abive referred to was executed. Said sale will commence at 11 A. M. of said day. V7. O. HUTCHISON, Trustee. Saw Marcos, Oct. 11,1879. Oct. 11 4w The "Southern Standard' if VICTORIOUS! It kartac Im4 tk nt aw with aaaaralM ritmuDr akanMg4 to W tka saat kallas art rntaat br altaw kaaS ar aawar. FriM, mHii, rr aaa4-nrr aaaaH vara, aaly aS as. Par alraator. lilrm A. J. BtSSIT. Jaat fl-mm HanaaU. Taiaa. A UirrTtO XTMntn f ae lw aavnvdo vaavMsafa to ! la pi h4 araa lluMa Mmm. Sm4 aMa will Sa Ik I a fara caaaaa TO MATE KOXIT. Svck will pIcaM aawr lata aOwtUiawat Vf Irtivr. ncMn up aw rrplr. atxtnc wkai avlarw tkr kT r wn ta, Jwmm kai Ikw wfc airaa kmiat at4 apply. Aotfraat, rmn, Baarat ft Ca Allamta,Ca. Mat 11 SAN MARCOS, TEXAS, GEN EEI MERCHANDISE! Cotton, T Corn", 'Wool and1 Hides' Bought fSr Cash at Highest -, Market Prices; . .-- - Aoj.rr tab XOLINE WAGONS, DKKRK PI.OW8. McCORMICK SKLP-B1ND-' KK AND ftKAPKK. NIOHOI.8. UHliPARl) & CO.'H TI1KK5JH- R AND ENUINKfifc BhoWN S COTTON GIN, KKLLKY'd HliEL-BAlUiKD W1KK. tl t lafcim S Wsaas o4 taftoaiars at iaaNrai7itll eaavUalartstBBbMaeltsMa suwaol , ., STAPLE AMD FAMCY DRY GOODS, STAFiB AUB FAGCY la Ikaaarkai. boafkl at towastsrlanaa aat to bia4trwM by aojbodj. . I Mll aarfloalar alUaMaa ta air taxk t ClOAHa aai Tea ACCO.aM will ata. Mlt CH0I0I Ltd. tdMbjihsqaartaaSaalloa. a ear laaS lanunf ao aaaaiiBMiva n mw nm, - AUSTIN. - CT MAhPTACTPMR AND DBA till f f Texas and Louisiana L, UMBER, SASB, SOOBS, . BLINDS AND SHINSLES. teOFFlCB, YARD and PLANING- MILL ., . AL Jtauroaa mca, FURNITURE, PIANOS, ORGANS, SHEET MOStO, And Musioal Instruments of all Kinds. ' ' ' .' ' " VIOLINS, BANJOS, GUITARS. BEND FOB CATAIiOOUX. A large lot of Chromns and 'Pictures, Frames, Mouldings. Mirror, Etc Largest otook and Lowest Prices in the City. A full assortment of Metallio, Rosewood sad Walnut Coffins and Caakata and Undertaker's Trimmings- Congress Avenue and Boisd'Arc Street, AUSTIN, TSIASl Aag. So-tnot. . . ' CORONAL INSTITUTE! The noil miiIod will optn MOlfDAT, 81PT. 1. Fall Vaonltt In tmr depirtmenl. Thoronrh Count of Inalruetlop. RATES OP TUITION IS HERETOFORE MTiiAtT BarAaraiKt: O. RoniiMTall, A. U. H. Catr Prltehell. A., v. Mra. Adli Uone. Him Laara Wilcojt. jtiM noma amita. an DurmtaiirT: VIM Hollla Smith. . ai'tio Dmnuni Mra. Ella 0. RoauMtull. Ml m Can Piaakna. CAUmnmcti MIh Sollla fimltfc. Par CaUlofne apply lo 1 B. o. ac-nuMTAix. JulrlS-tl h Mareoi. Tim AGEnTEsSMTtD Smt-alu iki, and tor oarUWal trmii taafaaioat DB. W, W. HAU. gnm. Paaiilf Mtdieal book, HEALTH at HOME byfwta aauont, and on wltkwblok AaaaU oecvad botur and lunror tnsn on any oiktr. To get la Ike wy of making aionor (or nil or part of yoar llm wrtw to STAHDAHD PCR. BOtlSB. ST. LOD1S. MO. Mai 17 6m Vegetable & Fruit Plants SEEDS nlufo ar aa ,mWiH wImS a Tumlfci a4 .Mi tiwri ar aw asMfem aawa Laaa aaw raaa aa 1 in. a Cortlawan atsawt. Urn Tor. THE LONE STAB FURNITURE STORE! WARD & HOPKINS, (aartavaanaaa.) SAS SlAECOt, TlXAS. Kaap aH khot af PwrwMara, aVSMiiSa. Taklaa, Ckalra. Saaaa. WarSrokaa, aaraaaa. Wmaa ao, Wlaavv Madaa. Ckraaaoa aa4 Mataa rraaara. comas, of iu sizu. SlacvrSrwia, Macklaayiiillii and OJ oa kaod. Dealer in- mj Ml Hot al Mtnaaadlsa Is aaw mmttot. G1DH, H, at wiuss wauvaa ana raywa. r TEXAS, on the INTERNATI0N .. July 5-ly :-CARPETS AC00BDE0NS, STRINGS, ETC. RCAW RP ATTYElAgfi LO $340 PartorOrgan For $83. a octaves, 13 snaps, x am Thl Ibut'fBI nuu t'nriffht Cakeac or FarHr m Bn'.tr'aliupranxtijnvMwtlianct "CJIT bod Black I rm f or aUmllad prrlod laaKar a km a laMvial. I MtaaaarilivjaaaaUffat . - u'.bMllil farmlaa, If It l not m rapmantail . atax foaravaliai. II IttonotMraprrwiiiM.r-.- t... , cUto fntai thll prte riainmaaWllJI,,,, rnvfal Ilsaaa in Amarioa. Mom alvVv. lhaa anr-vaaractvnr. I kava owi.lJJr7 anrtlManttravarla. TWia.kl fc.riiS5 mj tortn.ii mi. Knn ar r-.iU mora fr' 1 hmfthrawk vm nBII.Mill IM . 11 . i vatal tkjr laaaav) I Pot a Told ih aaoawuv-.- ponatbarhnuML Ulajlmtat Hi wvilhavi - Una ahiat oaal at llaava aad urya Addrvsw DANIEL F. EtEATTT, Waahlncton, Mow Jfy, an a daf 4) li V lcoa" raam.ro wo wlH art taaao ky tko '; aaM work lor aa akaa ataay- Ulaaola. TWwwrklaattaaSiaaa---aata aa aayoaa aaa s a. faaa ,wkoora wtaowka aao tkla aavtaa vlH arad aa aVro - mmA aao fca tkiiaaliaa. C" Ovrtlt aad taraa Iraa. ow fcj ka s oy. AdlrraaTariftCO. Aafmata, Malaa. iaaa U-ly eaBfaatfJa0' '' ''" '