Dallas Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 17, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 26, 1859 Page: 2 of 4
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' i v July. I
4ra under obligation to Jatw Penney
i ir.-'if i. for lies of newminrrj. .Many
ml It Jmcj ClnifUr .Unyin' cert ai n
liiul hiui 1 recdied too lno for Ihi Usur
pr next k.
- ' .htretiv l i1kuIivj xf Xn. w H
llvrc! on tb occnionof liic Second Anuil
'."mbcl:le. which ehH ai'ir" "k
ccwctiny nolicoj and legal lvrtlae-
- . . . - -
Jct't Wright's rdvertistiuent of burnt
. ulvertim-mi'tituf Initio Hotel. Gaiiuville
W. W.. '.iniiiiin. proprietor. Tho
..Mi will And thin a first rate House an 1
ell to give Mr. Foreman a. cull.
I aJvert'nemi't of thcfirnt rut mill
n t CwmU' Steam Mill. A paid
obtained i i this very iluiralle location
iilvurtiscment of fmii'V articles f"r tlic
W. Peak & Bro. Tliey have a fine stock
...jewelry and everything good anil nice
re pleased to bear that our young frleud
lett now a Htn-Icnt at the I' P. Naval
Aunapulis ha safely returned on hoarj
il.v riyiiioutli after vi-iting England
ugal ami the Levant.
Itnlge Uurfurd has returned from Cook
. ;t Court and reports bavin;j (lii-n'itulie1
"8 ut its present session.
will not hold court agaiu until the reg-
i'oung county on account o f the excito-
i ague aii'l other counties sparsencss of
- - - - -nl
biisinees was dune for the State at
n of Iho Ornyson ami Cook District
c former county John Allen was sen-
: i penitentiary for 11 years for horse
V liem-lcy 5 years for receiving stolen
Cook court Philip Hiding for assault
niminit rune was sent down for five
. inos fur horse stealing 7 years; Fran
horse stealing. 11 yearn: and F.lvl
lame offence 10 years.
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' innc Raii.ro.vii. At n meeting of the
- j i Monday od Ootoher an election took
Board of Directors was
1. .! r
: loinpuou Penn.; R. V. Kichardson
; - kes Tonn.; Wni.T. Scott Texas; J. C.
1 tas; U. W Loughery Texas; Jason C.
: -s then proceeded to the olcctinii of J.
: lout; D. C. Wilder Secretary & Treas-
i ynsen. General Superintendent; and
: Chief Engineer.
.n that a majority of the Directors are
v. interest will ho to further the progress
.. ast as possihle. J. Kdgar Thompson
mini 01 tlie times is a uecmeu no
i re mny all look forward to this work
'npcsof its rapid progress.
r. i'io Southerner we learn that Senator
. '-a all intention uf affiliating with the
i In his letter ho says that the iuk-
oi trict is ogainst Houston foi Senator
; i t vote fur him. Will other Senators
.if ijvcs do likewise?
:n ' ler presents a renewed appearance
1 5 shows unmistakable symptoms of
u. Success to the Southerner and Mr.
Marshall proposes to issue a Daily Ga-
;. iftcr the first Monday in November.
i'ouorta it will contain all matters ot
;t to tho people and will be a general
Ii will especially advocate the making
end will give full reports of the pro-
- Legislature. It will be invaluable to
.o i now is a good time to subscribe. We
r. - .ire iu forwarding them if handed to
. t.-jt 'iub. The Houston 'Telegraph' of the
i- o ihi't there were three cases of fever in
-. - 'i that people were beginning to leave
!a:: i in- fever at Cypress City after running
ii- he entire population was abating.
; 1 n'io i report ot iu being at Hockley. At
f ' -i--tv tint or four cases had been reported.
t i r porta 20 deaths from the feter from
tie ;7thinst. at Galveston and adds
.1 :--ir of but two or three new cases dur-
I 1 previous and those on hand were
;; e c . nf."
i....r S IV 1''
: of Distinguished Chieftains.
1 Id Scott Commander in-Chief of the
A ny haa perhaps by this time reached
I the acene of dispute between our
-. tluU. of Great Britain. lie will
. . the Inke of Cambridge the highest
nish Army who has already sailed
I r Vaiiconvw'a Island. These vener-
I ji.ori.iahed meu representatives of their
. . f : i -ul enter at ouce into aa adjustment of
ft ; '-. "'.ics ht .ween us and an early aettlcmcnt is
.u--1 r r. Tie friendly feeling existing tetcen
the I i.!C'l '"- - and Eng land although darkened
; t hv.'.F of this clond no larger than a aa-in's
!.ij-! :rai( ; Me been cemented more closely by
.l.T 'Ju: (..-.(. i.-u the Pciho. The friendly attitude
!li;Aiv! in that unlucky battle and their
- il-if ufi". ''.M-it'Tisted kindness to the defeated Eng-."ii.-:.ti
h ie tilled forth the warmest expressions
f fntitndH iV.'ii- or reapactej mother country. It
i-ic- V i1y ties an not raadered and ean-
ut '.if' be: f ' how-mefc-o-ve we talk about
.r u -itic; laliiy aod Pritiih loterferenee in
.irtr ir. s-r ti Drirfch arrogance the same old
fitlnf ex:'r li-i. feefiufj is eomoH' with wa do-
rtmiii trbif. c. anwot7ck. . The 8aa J'ojaa di&6uU
-. . .. ; . u.a ti wr saw 41 war Lnf.
i ...i tVi will Dot tiht alj.jt M-iOx 4ht
it. ' f ' ' family will t if.irie a m-n'-t tf
'jjt- n ' 'out birens4 onprnllbilile nt
i'i-: : - ' Th lHk T ri'hrH-. mad
i. r . . It:1' t the mat!rlii. veierss y..tfrn..
f.onia T Wtf Itl
f Uilill I if ! mi i.i ii ivi ih in
!.-. . Ik I!' rial fa ;. n r In ill IH-
an I fci w uliaf In lli l a hug ti ) il
'lit i lul bull ivll. j ii u ...r
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ob n I Ion. Ixili 1. 1 1 mii't li I tmuii "I Hhmi
Im I iki-n i k In iS fvntii'il.l r . Il.c
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l.r -I u ! W'-irn 1 ii i 'e l( i(u. ii n lie .m a
jui in I iifi'.t tkini tii.u'e tu Int. H infill. II' I
u l wi!lin to f.ll. w In (be f .t (if mi iiii'riipii.
Ij H i )!. 'I. .11 in 1 lt ni.uu ' 'l II. ti r..'lo i-iillo-
.n.m tin 1. 1'. iir-l ii. t..-. i i I. lili.l-rl-i t' iliNi'r
trim him . ii mi. i. r i..inn. ;' XiJl h nil ly
ditr.-M aim if.!l m .-ine 'hiiig". tut '.'"i
Iu utir lat i.u " Hi id' noli ol'tha fi' t
that ot Imstun i. rin liialt-ni IVxu 'r..r.'..
inir . I il.iiiocriuii-. waa n'iioiJ tJ tul. i-
fuiraolecti in to Ilia iwnaw h.'aiia lis t.raisu.
wnrlhilv dii.rrrdc'l liianwn iiifliimtmim (vuliti-
cjiI i.d'Kvruial niipr-irttdull tlio lioiuini es
of tlm il.iiistun and Ih-ndorann ('nnvcntii.iiiH.--Wo
iniiiIi'hs tl ut iliil not uiitieipato lliia u'me-
of hi ' nnil jireforoni'i'ii; und
wlun I..' did tlii. in uil'iilly itnil with a r''j;urd to
i:.iiiiI nl tlm ull.ili'il.im.irriltio I' lrty i) di'i'lii-
f. him i iititli d t oiifi'inl cnvlit. It' in cunse-
iii'nro nl' I'm 1'iirrun irj in t ho groiiinl of fin.ill'T
n.ii il.i tlm I'xiiruti'il "o'l rll'i'rt of thin honor-
iillii c.inr.v. in .irt f iili d ul its just fruiti-m it
i.v-ns nut ut nil ttiuoroillt llllO tn Cilia gnlitlclliull.
a knuir tl nt ho did not fancy Ite-ngim'ii nomin-
ation or Iiuiimls'; lint lio went through North-
eru Texus nnd Hdvai'iited tlio I'li'i'tiun of tlio no.
uiiuucioiia of tliA (li'iuoi'M'.itf purtr. fir tho good
of the party lio is entitled to full credit for
thi! huiium''!) serviio and o tuko uceasiun ua
a umttiT of jiisliec nnd duty to sav o. Wo do
not in uny iiiiiiincr taku imrt in ilia Scnuturiiil
lcctiun to eneua. Col. Wif.ill's nunw has boon
huiKirnlilv uientiiiiio l as a tit peranu to suit tlio
The minor pi irits wlioluivo usually follow nl far
behind in tins gi'iillonmirs wuko anil burrowed
nearly ull tho political ideas they ever had fnim
Mm net in tn ho thoso leuist iliupused to do liini
cnninioii jiiaticii now. Wo nre not tx ictly of the
niiiio Hchool with tho Colonel ami iiumot bo ex-
ported to avt us his uili-iieiiti' but wo feel an es-
jM'fiul proinjitin to do him full justice an a very
able mini nnd ono who tfciierully w''.'' '10
oxtrinii) Niutiiern Jtijjtita party urn not. union-
thoiu into ndvi cuey of the Southern Lciigue nor
into uiivoeuoy of urbanized robbery sniiiotinics
termeil lilihusturin. by way of diguilying thut
which tho Jaws of tlio civilized world clussify un-
der n tors euphonium title."
Wo beg leave to differ with the author of the abovo
article in the propriety undesignating any part of tho
lieuiocniey as the Southi rn Rights Party for as such
we believe that no one exists "siiiyeucnVniid while
we would accord to tho Democratic party par excel
lence a devotion to tlio interests of the south wo uo
not recognise the propriety of claiming tuch a title
fur nnv lame nortimt of the Democracy. v iKfallhas
ever claimed that the Democratic party is the only
National party upon whose perpetuity tho salvation
of the Union depends and has ucver sought for its
especial benefit nnj sectional or narrow scope of policy
The rights of the South ul-u best secured under the
Constitution nnd the Union can only be preserved un
der it in iolato. It was ouo of tlio Protean shapes
assumed by the Opposition in this State during the
late canvass to ii'l'ect a holy horror of disunion when
no ono was advocating it or had sought to do so.
The old cry has been raised by somo of the smaller
liifliN auaiust Wiafall but with as much truth and
consistency as is usual in such cases lie has ever
battled for the union of democracy and with him
there was no North no South. Hear his cloiiueiit
language in regard to the Northern democracy :
"Tho Northern ilemocriiey fought in tlio last
Presidential canvass liko the Old Guard ut Wa-
terloo from u noble despair. They inarched to
tlm onset in silence without bupjlo note or tap
of tlio drum. Conquerors on a iiunoiva ueios
thev need no vulgar incentives to teuidi them how
to din Surrounded nnd lorced ihick tiy over-
whelming numbers und rendejed hopeless by tho
arrival of fresh foes tliey gathered their frag-
ments into a single square nnd stood sternly at
l.ay. All the energy of slaughter wae turned
upon the devoted band Ploughed by nrtilory.
mowed by infantry and trampled by cavalry tlioy
Mood around their cnglu and defied fate. Catch
ing for a moment a glaneo nt their chief in tho
th?ek of tho light they pealed his name above
tlm roar of battle as the i lognn of thoirhist fray.
liefiiro closing in with the ioe. tliey Bind tliey
wished to din alone nnd sternly ordered him to
lenvo tho field and lii e lor France. Tho hatred
of centuries gave way to reluctant extorted ad-
miration. Tlio English emu mundor approached
tlio square and bogged for Immunity tlint tliey
would ceaso to light. The reply of Cuiuhroiine
has immortalized him "The (imtrd dies but nev-
er yields light on my braves !' -So Rtoud the
Northern Democracy in the lust Presidential can-
vass ' For them victory was impossible they
could only fglit and full by tho side of thu Con-
stitution. And shall wo now desert them?
They cull upon us to atuud by ourselves in order
to subtiiin them."
Again heclaiuis a national scope if policy for the
democratic party and sees ns much virtue and pa-
triotism in the democracy of the North ns in that of
other sections. In opposition to .tho miserable taunt
against him that ho has sided with the Southern
l.eaguo in their impracticable schemo we have tho
following which shows that ho has never considered
the democracy either a pro-slavery anauti-slavery
or sectional Southern Rights party but purely a
constitutional party. Ho says : '
"It is by tho self constituted friends of the
Northern democracy nun meir piuriousiu nas
been impugned. Well may they exclaim 'save
us from our friends and wo will tuko eivro of our
enemies.' Tho democratic is not a pro-eluvory
nor an anti-slavorv liarty. It is a constitution
al uartv. Unon the turiff the internal improve
ment and tho slavery question tliey have nover
aslceil whom it would help or harm. Is the law
constitutional was the only ijuestion. Such
with them will be the only question on any oth-
or grxat issues that may hereafter be presented."
We advocate his elevation to the Scnatorship be
cause of his political orthodoxy because of his en
larged views of statesmanship and because he has
never swerved from his duty in prospsrity or adversi-
ty. The cause of the people has been his and the
perpetuity of the Union nnder our constitution a
cherished idea with him. We would rejoice to see
him elevated to senatorial honors for then the coun-
try would secure the services of a patriot and states-
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III .i ii.lnln.i In fiiluit rrilli'H
an I m n ' I "il rfi I H t .p. l m. I
i'ii f ii I miii. q .i n 1 4 a fniKirl i ii.h ii .
n tii-u -nr l.oi.r C'l " His In Mill ln. l l.tim.
' u -I ii. lli f. irui. xt i rilu I'i ili t f iina ll(
l i iul iif I In illnlir a i l moral' mi I oiiiiiiiitly
funnu r.'iinirn but ikn her puclilon a Hi ..m .
i in .1 Ki l.hj ntnlir-t i.l Ihn wh.ila c.inli ll.ilinu
I U-li ilu i i s bill. "luiii" rimiriiinit n .
i-'Uiili-jr but llunk hanlly i..i c. iry lm in In-
di in hate livn ..vii. Hen-l In. ran h41B r(.
vl. I ul lll elli-lul ...il.l..ll I- liiul h li-r-.
niil.l I ll nrfi (illy ilra Til e l iva likil- .ii th-i ii
r. . I ln "nil man of Iho full-!" will rt rl iliilv lie
ili i'ii.nii;li Iu ainmer If hoi I reupmil!' alunr
fur Ihuae niily by him n liiiiulli.l; ai. niil .
people in. I i.iiiy iu 1 1 in I ut in llieaiirriiiiiiiliiijfci.ini
!. oiui .ii.iiup Kiiuie I a mile m.ii e nrriiiin-
liiiH ami knrp a liiilo Ijmit "l. .k nut" f.r ilu w
fiirci.iy rliaraoUrs I upiiin that iuiliml uf -iiimn
ui uny an .imtrtenit white man vn.ul l have d. 1.iii
ui irpn-sriuiiiK ma n.ii i i ivjas a lew jcarj in
lluiilsville (i.-l gr.ilil ! tint
''.Mi'.Il .1 . Irililit!"ii iir.v v-l ;tie ni v."
Our I 'an a'lv.iiilnea f.ir a.lvaiieemcnt s'im still In
rrrasniR. no n.na mie y upon i.ivorra wim a num
ber mi s 'linol teacher John II Cvckrau formerly of
your t iv aim a graminiie or Iho .viulivmlo ln.ti-
tule. Ilu ii ayuiiiiic man i f iui.i-.il luteiiritv. and
tcrl!ng Hotth nud haa coniitietieed wh it 1.0 i-gpii-tn
to make pcniunieiit a hih sehiml In our tuwu. 1 1 in
nool uuir hiimliei-s ai.nui forty with prospects tin.
l ei ing lor a eiiiiaiiieraiiie moreiine. Una Is certainlv
riicoiiriisiiix ! fur above all e'se good sohoola are the
most essential requisite f.r the prespcrily of a cmiii-try.
e nave in our town live iiry cnoils stores (.lie
hutel several public bouriling Iiuiik's twoblueksmilli
Hops one wujfoii simp an. I ( Alirabilo Hirtu !")
nui y ei'iHieiy. In laet a iiTiiriiiiitii.il haa ni.leril lik
en place tho country settling up. and a gtoi lous for
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LITEST XEWS BY T!:L!:Wt VJ'M
I'oironpiiiiili n.cofilic Lulla llvrulil.
Letter from Belknap.
MtLkN.r Texas Oct l.ith 18-"i0.
Dear Herald: And still 'Lamlnln' has not forgot-
ten his promise to keep you posted up with regard to
the events of the day and place. It seems that a con-
siderable change has come over our town of late ! nnd
the place once so famous for vice and immorality has
become equally noted for virtue and morality. Since
my last there has been a protracted meeting going on
here which lasted about tun days. The cousciitience
was a considerable revival of religion and increase of
the members of the M. E. Church.
It has been more than once remarkcJ and almost
correctly too that "Uelknap was the next door to
hell" Lot had you been here the last two weks you
would have thought it "the next door to cores. "
Everybody is proud of the change and God grant it
may work out for the town and country s "more
eternal salvation." During the revival our bnsiness
houws were mostly closed every morning for prayer
meeting and eleven o'clock serviced. The whole
country aeii to Lave undergone s change and to
have "merged from Nature's darkoeiai in the raar-
v elicits light and liberty of the Gospel'
TB'le'TuI tei-glvermilh a : Jn-nce i( k with h-pe
rf-ciwd and eiic-joinL( uicnt great'y nrerttthef-.i
Miat I !( furwaid t a j."'?at ard rei"ic;n day fur I
Ihia co-utitrv a -iiv E n i may hniiAr rh- irpoa I
tt.at scHit prr.:nirs or ;'rtii'n tiiet ''KiffliicoBa-t-f
exiles a nati'iti" and mat thrmupli ehrirfrjii-
y 'r jf?Hwr "Hi "tS-ienvm n l nluary pile's ii'ej"
Tho San Juan ElfllouHles.
W.vfiiixiito.v Oct. lii. Tho report that Lord
l.yuns had di'iiiaudcd an oxplanution of our liny-
ernini'tit of tho act ul lien. Harney in taking
posseasimi of San Juan Island is domed. At
tho kiiiiu time it is stated that tho liritish Minis-
ter had presented the claims of his i jvcrnmuiit
to tho whole of thu Island ; iiuverthclesa ho has
submitted to tho Secretary of State a proposition
for tho settlement of thu dispute. To this prop
osition (ien. Cuss is reported to huvo replied that
tlio dispute admitted no cum promise ; thut thu
United .States did not recognize oven the shadow
of a liritish titlo to tlio island. This decided
reply of tho Secretary of ijtuto is believed to
lnivo given n very serious turn to tho affair it
is also reported that members of tlieCabinct huvo
expressed tho opinion that peae or war depends
upon tho tenacity with which tho liritish Gov
ernment persists in Us claim to the Isund.
Au extraordinary meeting of tlio members ol
tho Cabinet was called to day to tuko into con-
sideration the Sun Juan Island question. (Jen.
Cass however was uniiblo to attend from severe
indisposition and iu consequence nothing was
liiiV. Twiiios. Tho War Department has
grunted to Hen. Twiggs the leavo ol absence be
asked for. Irom the milintry department of Tex-
as for the purpose of visfting Knropo in search
Slavos. UWh7iih. Oct 1-. The. (lovorn-
nieut has become satisfied that the yacht Wander-
er is the only vessel which has landed Africans
on our coast nnd is making stringent cllbrts to
intercept uny further cargoes being landed.
Tho Secretary of War has returned to Wash-
ington very much improved in health.
Ciov. Letcher of Virginia has recovered from
his severe attack of illness.
Oino Fi.kctions. Cincinnati Oct. 12. The
election in thin Hamilton county haa resulted
in ft majority of about one thousand for tho Dem-
ocratic ticket. Tn Fuyut to count y the Republi-
can have about ?i25 majority. Ciliolson runs con-
siderably behind his ticket.
Jndiaxai'OI.is Oct. 12. Tlio entire Republican
ticket has been elected on an averngo'jijijority ol
Cor.iMiifS Ohio Oct. 13. Tlie'(;r!P-'l'c'ln
majority on tlio State ticket as far ns hoard from
adds up about 1701)0. Tho Statu Senate will he
composed of twenty live Republicans and eight
Democrats sixty-lour iiepublioun Ho ireseuta-
tives have heeu elected to the House und forty
Pennsylvania Election.' Philadelphia Oct.
12. Mr. Mann the Opposition candidate for
District Attorney in this city has boon elected
by about 3501) inujurity. This triumph was cel
ebrated luEt night in tho usual manner. In l.c-
compton county ulo tho Opposition ticket has
been elected by 3000 majority. In Wayne coun
ty tlio Democratic; ticket lias ncen elected by
about COO majority. In .Northampton county
tho Democratic majority is about 1S00. In
Montgomery county tho Democrats a majority ol
In Oautilun county tho whole Kcpublican
ticket lias been eiectea.
U.viTi.MonK Election. Baltimore Oct. 13.
The Municipal Reform party of this city have
C'UTicil seven wards and defeated most ot the
objectionable candidates of tho opposing party
Exclusive ol tlio .twentieth i aid the American
party hnvo a majority of 387 on the general tick
et tiirainBt l'.i.OOO minority ut tho last election
Tho ballot box in tho Twentieth Ward was smash
ed to pieces and no returns have been made of
the vote in that ward. Two men were shot last
The Stkamkk Quaker Citv Saik. Norfolk Oct
13. The steamship Quaker City Cunt.- Shufeldt
about whoso safety many apprehensions have
been felt the last few days was towed into this
harbor yesterday in a disabled condition.
Philadelphia Oct. 13. It is reported here
thut Piesident liuehunan fntends to prosecute
Mr. forney editor of tho Philadelphia Press
for a libel contained in an editorial article on
the death of Senator Droderick.
LIST OP PREMIUMS
Awarded at the Ellis County Fair Oct.
13th and 14th. 1859.
At the Second Annual Fair of the Ellis County Ag
ricultural and Mechanical Association held at the
fair Ground near Waxahachie on the 12th 13th and
14th iuBtu. the following premiums and certificates
were awarucil to-wit :
CLASS No. 1 FIRST DAT.
Best home made Jeans 10 yards to Airs.- L. W
Conner Certificate -
Best negro Jeans 10 yards to Mrs. L. AV. Conner
premium $2 60.
Best Hanel 10 yards to same. Certificate. x.. V '
' Best pair of woolen hose to Mrs. V: C. Sims Pre-
mium jfl. Certificate to Mrs. L. W. Conner.
Best ri g carpet Mrs. L. W. Conner premium S3
Best hearth rug Mrs. M. C. Appcrson prcin. 2.
Best woven counterpane. Mrs.W. C. Keel 3.
Beat coverlet-Mrs J. Clayton Navarro " 3.
Best pair half hose Mrs L V Conner " oOo.
Certificate to Mrs P C Sims.
CLAPS No. 2.
Best display of Silk Embroidery Mrs W E. Ncel
premium 3. rertihcatc to .Mrs Alary V I'aton
Hest display ol t otton tinnroiuery mis .nary y..
Brings premium 53. Certificate to Mrs M D Paton.
Beat display ofcroolen embroidery. Miss C. Hicks
Rusk county premium $3. Certificate to Mis. Mar
garet E. Hawkins.
licet pair cottou hose Airs saran uuueivoy pre
lie! pair woolen nuts Mrs 8 Duneway prem. OUc.
Best pair Jeans pnuts cut and made Mrs. R A.
Davis prem. Certificate to Mrs S Burgess
Best Gouts' shirt Mrs M Woodward premium 2.
Certificate to ..Mrs K Nivcrson Johnson comity.
Bt patch workouttonqtiilt. Miss M C Hicks Rusk
co. premium $5. Certificate to Mrs W K.Neel.
CLASS No. 3 -
Best Onions 1 bus. J W Lloyd premium $1. -
Best 1 1 Kb Potatoes 1 bushel J II Singleton premi
um el! on. Certificate to 1 c ieL i
Beet Butter 5 lli. Mrs L V. Conner premium
$1 60. Certificate to Mrs W E Neel.
Best 100 lbs. Hour J II Singleton premiun 2 50.
Certificate to same. ' i
Best home made wine D. P. Feans preinom 1.
Beft Preserved Peaches Mrs SI C Briggs premium
SI. Certificate to Mrs W E Neel. j
Brt Prer'i 1 jar Mrs IV ii Keel prtiflicin SI.
Bent Chin- Sijg.ir t'nne Syrup. Mr" j V Burke
-renntim- w'. I evtiarnt to j i' Appfrsun. -
1 1-ass- a. i;
Ist Hai-'-aa Pi T IWren iireniittiR f u.
P t 2 Imi r. P!nv B Liftuj-a. Narr
-t i. iir llrattiali I lilekena
l. I ni. main to I. VI I i nner.
It..! Sl.eii Im.'k K V lb K'l'-if I'liiiiiiinii "i. IYr
tiii. alii tu fiinJeia k Clirliliau
li -l Mii'i evil H iiiih'in i Clill.lian prmn. c"'
II - t p ilr Lauilu ilu. do. 6
'Hid In .Mf.lti I hug 1' P r-arr'a. do. 2 .!.
Ii.-i -ow pi;5 ineler I year olJ W 1 MlU'ii pro-
fl. A-f N"
ll. l in.w I W ('. liner lu'oiiiiuiu !"'. C'el llfi ' lto
to J II Singleli.il
Be-.! Vuke lixen. Thumiis Herron iireiniuiii. n'l
Cerliti ulo to J P Api.ersiui.
Cl.AS.S No. K
Best nwl Jack. (Calliniu.) J. M k It. Ci. I.e .-h
Navarro ciiuulv premium fl0. Ccrlillcate James
llvlo (Ulack llaxke.)
Best 1 year old Jnek D (I Ilanaom premium. I
CLASS No. 1.
Best Mule !1 years old or over K M Brack premi-
um t-7 (Vrlitieato to M P Sawyer.
li.-at I veirnld Mule O Uoiiiids nreinium 51.
Certilljato to I W Conner.
Best Muleci.ll M Perry Biillas county premium
33. I ei lili.Mtu to I) It els.
Best Si l.lle .Mule. I. VY Ci. liner nremluui
Best pair work Mules M 1 Sawyer premium
ILAS-I fto. in.
Best Prafl Stallion aired H. M. Hnvvlins Dallas
county (Selim) preiiihiiii 5-10. Certilieate to N in.
I'lnl't. Nivalin cntiutv. (Tiiriiuiu. 1
Best 3 war old dral't Stallion (Whiskey) Biley
Fields premium SO. Curtitleato to J W F.uibry
Best L' year ell draft Stallion (John Bull) W T
Best 1 year old draft St.iliTou (Jo. Gill.) R II Tur
ner. Iirenuilia I.
Best lirul't Mare (Dinah) Curtis Parks Pallas
enmity premium 10. Ceriill.'ato to i in. licntry
Beat draft Mare 'J years old (Ann) lliley Fields
premium 0. Cetlilluate to Curtis Parks. Dallas
county ( Funny.)
lic-t Sucking Horse Colt Win Meining Dallas co
preinium c:'- ( ermie.ito In It lieall.
ilest bucking Mare t nit It Ilea 1 1 premium i;!'.
Rest Draft Stallinn any ag- (Whisker.) 11 Fields
premium St.). Ccrtitl.'ato to II -M llavvlins U.illns
county. (Selim )
CLASS No. 11. THIRD BAY.
Best Harness Stallion. (Traveler) Sanders & Chris-
tian premium Sr i". Cei tificato to J R Williamson
Navarro county (Black Hawk.)
Best Harness Stallion 2 yours old (King Philip.)
John Miihan. Dallas county premium fc'ii. Certifi-
cate to John Ileum (Bariiuui.)
Best Harness Stallion sucking (liuek) Jones
Green Dallas county premium 30.
Best Harness Mare aged (tjucen) Jones Green
Dallas coutitv premium 10. Cortilbato to W T
Best Harness Mare 3 years old. (Col.y) D M Fields
premium 60. Certificate to J M Huneivay (Lucy.)
Best Harness Mare years old (Lola Mniitez.) R
A Hawlina Dallas l.'ounty premium .fo. Cvrtillcutc
to G W (iivens (Brown Kitty.)
B...t Harness .Mare 1 year old (Queen Elizabeth)
P Ray prcmiiitn (donated to Society) .t4.
Best Harness Mare Colt (Fiinnv Shilo).IW Wright
prem. 2 60. Certificate to R A Davis (Luey Long.)
CLASS No. 11. SWEEP STAKE.
Be.-t Harness Stallion any age (Uarnum) T M
Ilearn premium ijrlo. Ccrtilicate tu F M Hanks
Bust Harness Mare any ng' (Queen Flizal ath) F
P Riy premium. SI 3. Ceitiii-iato to Junes Green
Dallas cuiiutv (Queen)
CLASS No. 12.
Best sinlille Stallion aged (Live Oak George F 0
lilidsne Dallas county premium 10. Ccrtilicate to
lilins Mackey Hill coiinly (Uurnty.)
Reft s.u. lie Stallion 8 years old (Alex. Young) M.
Perry Dallas county premium Ij. Certificate to J
P Appeifon (Leviathan.)
Best Harness Stallion i! years old. (Col. Clay) It
UauiW lMitus cuuntv premium SO. C'ertifioato to T
(i A Willis (Duke of Argylu.)
Best saddle ilarc 3 years old (Blue Filly) JTPct-
ty. Navarro county premium $0. Certificate to A A
Foster (1'aiiny Cook.)
Best saddle mare 'JL years old (Rnany) A J Witt
Dallas county premium fro. Certificate to E M
Best saddle mare 1 year old (Caddo) Jones Green
Dallas county premium 4. Certificate to J II Sin-
gleton (Fanny Ellis.)
Best saddle mare colt J P Appcrson premium. $'2
00. Certificate to J Green Dallas county ( Knocking
at the Door.)
Best siddlo stallion any ago (Ueuuty) F. Mucky
Hill county premium !jl5 Certificate to F U Bled-
soe Dallas enuiityi (Live Oak George.)
Best saddle mare any age Itoany A J Wilt Dal-
las county preinium $lf.
CLASS No. 13.
"Best saddle Horse Billy Lewis T C Marehbanks
premium St 10. Certificate J E Patton Bill.
Best span of Horses F G Bledsoe Dallas county
premium $?10. Certificate toT B Hicks Ruskco.
Best broke and finest buggy horse J E Smith pre-
mium $10. Certificate to G B Sweatt.
CLASS No. 11.
Best Saddle Pfmy A MoCulluch premium fco. Cer-
tificate to L W Conner.
LADIES' EQUESTRIAN RING
Three entries Misses Maggie Marehbanks Mary
Rankin and Julia Haynes. Premium Awarded to Miss
M Marehbanks So. which was donated to the Socie
ty. Certificate to iMiss Kankin.
GENTLEMEN'S EQUESTRIAN RING.
.Ten entries Premium awarded to C C Overstrcct
Certificate toN B Rankin.
J. II. SINGLETON President.
W. W. Paiiks Secretary.
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iii'f.i-i. 'I in-." i-i!.i' uiily in iii-h-1 u-r 'l."'..vi-ii
iil'i Ii u.:t i tt 'rin ii. id' 'Ii. .. i A i "ini'iiuy "f l"'l iii-t run
ill" ll'ill ililllll I .-" I' 11 ( i'lill- IM l ll'l'lll till i-MIi
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pi ml uny i ib..;..r 1 .1 ' I. 'I !" I t vv . - neeli. ii-i ..! I
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nf tin- nl nl ii.-u-1 -1 -. i I . r In. mi I.v ir. 1.. Ii". i. ml I l.nm.l a
i'i-iliii. iii-'-'-t .li--lrnyi-r in evi iy riiii-rnn nl. ll ii siilij.ly
a "inili ri- l Ii- if .-li' inir 'lly r- n -- I ! n-i-i lb" ' uWi ill
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' I Itm-ln frmii tlie W.iilf' 1'iur. mi I iiinin I'ntii im-il
i nl unit lii'1'tli'iilnii'nl .-..ll I in .l.n.
I.rin r fi oiu ilu- I'riKlili ul or Hie I'ulK'il Nliilea
"Ktin i-rivi: M-i"i W i-iiin.ii .v ;:l-t. .I.ni. n vi.
"Vr. Ka.ixi i:i. I.viin Jii ur Sr: I b.ive llie I'li-.i-iiru I
Ihi'urin y.n itmi ih. Km- il C mis linn nf ilu- Win I r Fun
nt I"!"t Ii.ni' iivvar tu l ymi a Meili.l in I I'.-riHI. nie for Hi
Kr. in value ol' your Mi'i'm iie IVnul r.ti.
"MIl.l.Atili ril.l.Mui!!: ('11171111."
Tlieal-nvii w u lli'i'iilili:lllii'it by ae"rlilli-a"nri'lill-e Alln'l-I
IT IN 1'IIKi: 111(111 1IM(..
N'LW Y'lUK tli'tolHT lit. l-i.'S.
Mi'. II. l.vnN Dear Sir: Wo luvn nli.ilvHrl nil I IihIc.)
ymir Mii-rni'tie l'iiiv.l"iii uii'l (bill Ihi-m n-iTeety Inn-mless to
miii!:iii'l aii'l iliiine-itle niiliu 'Is but i-ert.iin itoaih when in.
h:i.-. hv liii'- nut aii'l Insei Is
l Mi:-i 11 rllll.TiiN. M. n (annni.
I.M'IIAM'I'. IIKIli Vrof. LlirmUIri) X.'Y. Ih yiilnl.
M. .Mm I.. Home Siijii-rliireii'lent ..f iho N.-iv V.nli Una.
nilnl seys: "he bus e.i'lli-. nil til" I'll;.'- nuts rn.ieltoi
in. alls te Willi l.nvn's l'"'l. r mi I liii'ls it nl' Ilium lisp
value." Kvery 'ii-itii"riiii'l li'iusi'k"i-ier inn-it have n ilireet
interest In an aiiiele of this kiiel. ltcferi-iu-e euii h iiinite
In the A-tor St. Nieli-ihis tm 1 .Vlelrniiil;tiiu lintels; tu .lu.lo
Meiv' l'ri'si.ti-iit nt' the Ami-rieiiu lusiiuite; lai:n-H (Miritun
'.until ll (ien. Winu-lli-M Sei.lt Cyrus W. Field I.. Jl. 1'ein.o
nfihe I'ivu I'uiiits Jlission Ae. Ae. Juil'u Jh-iKs nys
'This ili.-envery nf ProfesMir l.yai is ot' nnti'iiinl iini'nrt.
illli-e. Tlio Fnrim-m' I'ltlh have te.-teil it tltnniinlily. ll
Will ilestrny I'i' lists iil-lsslliii"MS llllts lll'itlis Villus Mill
all vermin. Harden plants can lie preserved nil. I bou-
Arran'-nii nts are lunv Hindu through jrusi-r- HAItNFSA
P.Milv of New Yuri; to have it wild llirniiKli"i:t the world
Jinny wnrlliles.s imitations in-o advertised. Ik- cautious 1
Niivv Yoiui NnvoinlK-i- Slh ls-.s
"In ri-tirlnc fnim liusiness 1 have sold nil my inscet Tow
iters mill Pills I.t-ltei-s 1'aleut imd tlio M-errts iei'titiuilin
lliel'elo tn Jlessl-1. 1Ui:m:s A I'Aliil. This Powder Is n di
eovery made by myseir mid liniu.elit from tho interior of
Asia mid is imknnwii tn any other person.!. The iti-uuiue
and elleetive artleh- Is put uii In tin eiuiisters nnd will emi-
aiuetn lu-ar my nniiie. " K. I.YuX."
It.itsnndlnli'eealill'it Is' reaebed l.v a powder nnd are killed
I')' a Mngnctie Pill. Order thoin thrnujth uny nien.'hnut.
'Tis Lyon's Powder kills insi-ch. in u trii e
Hut Lynn's Pills are mixed fur rats nnd miee.
Snni'l" Flnski 'J5 eents ; re-riilai- sixs .Micnis nnd Si on.
V I'nllnw diroi-liinis. Vac freely and tharnueltty 'tut
fvSiiiiium 13 & in Park How New York.
CiAIN SVIIJ.i: TEXAS.
I trtlie ulwivo w'H ki.mvii IIhu-hj hshur-s tl.t pub-
lie iliiit no puins will lie h pared U muka it whully nc
contulile tntrnvctcri ami boartf'r. lit Iioik's ti me
rit h I'lnitinimtliin otthv v.ry liiifrnl itntrini-'iiru li'Tc-
tuturv htr.'towuil on tin.' latu irn'l.t(ir. Ilia U(iuf is
one nf tin iiitt coniinfuHniuctitahlislimL'ttt of thu kiln) In N. rili-
Wi'Pteni 'IVxiis n-id but it iin; ililu fnmi tlit ei'li-liratetl oil
MM'inL'H. Thu fit:ililt3 tm; nt nit limes well stiitplinl triili lu'iivfinl-
cr tui'l nttt'iiitcil by f.perit-iK'i'ii antl utlontivf lutsilors. iinius-
ville iiliouiiils with extvlK'iit coM water nnd is unnucsUoimMy oik
of the must pk'ittfiiiit suunncr u'snvts In th ?t-tti.
W. H. UMiliJIA I'roprutor.
aaliwvHh'. Couk ro. Tex:i?. Oct. IT; ly.
rrillOPf; wartimr Pit IC.U I t.K'J Ul! V t: S ami
J. MrJiirt.yjCS vvoyid do well to cull wW.--ly
i'rsf Class articles uie a) ways on hand.
vv. VI. fK.-Wv S lilid.
"Tine Fair Ones"
1 AX always find tho test assortment of Jvwrlry
and all the limey articles which they will have
W w. pi: i & hiui.
TBIE F AS fit
CAN i tily be surpasted t'y the really fine display
of Fine and Fancy G'uoJs Pure nnd Unadul
terated Articles nnd FamHu nnd Fancy Groceries
sold nt. W. W. PEA1C & lilt1.).
STSSAlTIiD op 'rS9Ili:r.
I.ROM the undersigned on Sunday night
the Kith inat. from tlio Camp ground on V-lHri
Five Mile Creek a Ulack Mure 3 years '' '
old about lo hands high and her left hind feet has
some white on it no brands. I will liberally reward
any person who will deliver her to meat my residence
on Five Mile Creek or give such inforiiintinii that I
may get her. JESSE WIUCUl'.
Uullim Oct. 1 lbo'.i 17:tt. uu J
News has been received here that day before
yesterday. Ward nni IJonnott confined in tho
Shreveport jail nnd who were condomnod to he
hung on thu 28th of this month succeeded in
making their escape from prision. Arms it was
supposed had been conveyed to thcin by their
wives and horses were in readiness to take them
off. At noon when tho jailer brought the pris-
oners their dinner one of them threw tho coffee
in his fuuo and the other shot bun indicting a
serious wound. They then rushed out. Ward
was too feeble from confinement to mount his
horso and started off on foot in the direction of
the graveyard. In his flight he shot at a buy.
lie run about a quarter of a mile was overtaken
and rcle8ing to lay down his brins nnd surrender
was shot dead iiennott succeeded in getting oil
and was pursued tn tho swamp. At the l.isi ac-
counts he was hemmed in upon tin island and it
was thought would bo taken. Such is tlm version
of the affair as it reached Marshall. Marshall
Republican Oct 15.
--wr. 1V 1V
The popularity of the M EXICAN MUSTANG L1.NAJ1 EXT
is coextensive with thecivilizntiouof the Globe Other arti
cles claim to atttiialt pain iiinl distress this curt. Fami-
ly I'livsii inns Ijuvenilnent Hospitals Farriers Planters
Farmers Liverymen Ac. have practically denionftratcd
this fact lliroiir.liuiit the world. No article ever luforo recei-
ved sueh undivided pnoso und eupjiort from Jledical and
Of years' standing bus been totnlly enrod. Piles lilcera Tu-
mors ltunnin -Sorca Scrofula Stitf Joints Felons Swellings
Bums Dit?s Jkiil.s Chaps Neuralgia S-alt Rbenni nnd nil
aches and pains ii)on num. and kindred complaints upon
HBl' CATTLE Ac
ani.-h aa riug-lmne gall m-ratchea spavin poll-evil sweeny
hoof-ail Ac. nro subdued and cured by the IHnalang
VAI.l'Ani-l! 1IORNK fltTIiD !
Mr. P. I.trcn Hyde Park VI. write : "Tliat tlio horse
was couxtdcred worthless" (his cnaewas spavin) "lint since
the frc use of the Mustang Liniment I aold him for
Yonr Ltfnul been doiim wwnltra Uj hsre."
- ilaoAn Stkfkt 1'iULinripnii Pa.
!:t t ) ' tn lifting the ast'.le from the lire it became
unmitts 'aHc. tilted over nnd scalded iny bands very sev
rerelT. liiHt to a crisp. II was an ewftil sight The Sus
l'g l.ii'ir.iert npj-esred to extract the pii'tt. Jt heaV S rap-
idly. : thour sorB'i-Ha. and it-fi cb sear of -u-csr-nnt.
i yonre. '' It Af l!K i rTr:Rr
STEAM SAW A.I9 flaaJlST
iVlSLIi FOB" SAIiK.
IM'II-Ii sell the Mill property
known as Coombn 9111 'ocated g?!!!r
on tho West Fork of tho Trinity 4 y E4
miles from the town of Dallas with SSejtfjipaw!
40 acres of land being the mill site Persons wish-
ing to buy would do well to call and see the premises
and tho a'dvahtatres they possess. The mill is doing
good business nnd is coi'stanlly employed. Terms of
nl otio-tllllM casll uuu llio nai'inco in ieic
months. GUEtS COOMBS.
Dallas Texas Oct. 21. 17:timo.
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or r. -". ! I in ll'i- 1 '.-I t nl.iliiuii
1... .Ilit i.i ilu-1 mviT'iiy ore all
lii-t'inl "it iu Wni.ri''n.
'Inn.' a in I'liiui'i di I'lillmi-li
I. i!. ii. rv "Ii. I lli.-l.li-lil.il li-e.
II. .. .Ill III U'HI'I lilinlli'" ill ll'.illl
'I ll-- I lit ii. I I i ..illi.t t ill
I -I nl I i-i.iii.iry mid tlm l..ia
I-..I' 1'inflii-r p irlii-nl ir-i h-i r
.1. ni.l.t 1 1 .- r. in iil.i.iuN hi
lll-lrpi n.lrn. I' Ti-Xiirt.
NEW STORE and
.!. V. Jl? v ...)
(.Vur.'-i.v Corner of . f
DliALKR I.N AU 1 . 1 N !
Fiiiriirii si ii (I Doiik lie u
OPOCFIIlKfi HARD ' '
IV.li'K II ATS C
.S7OAVS ie. . .
T70CI.I) respectfully aim i ..
V V ' Kauliiian and adjacent ". :
Just received ami is linw ope' . i -
iiiif best telcclHl niacK oj .1 ..
In Kaufman My goods wer ..
to tho wants of thu people of
I think I call iileaso tho taslo t t'
and sell uhiii us rcusouablo ti . -' '
I return my riucoro thanks I..- i.
miin county nnd vicinity fur ''n- .f'.i"
have licretofnro lecoi .ed.un 1 . i ! v
and prompt attention tu busit .- ' ' .
nance ol tho same. Iliio nud "
and examine my Ktoek and pi in
elsevvhero. All kinds of nicr . . '
Kaufmnn Texns May 20 1 .' -;
fyvlIE co-partner.-liip beret' ' .
-I. name and style of n lib .: '.
lay din-nlvcd by mutual com i ' 1
bo carried on in future by 0. r. .
G 'i Ii f-
Waxahachie Kllis Co. Oct i . !
' -y. .
I ivir. n.i
i .r. or i ill '
FnE3 3ccli.s in IV '.
Ollitt Tin; MlF v' i
TIIIST DAY Thursday -.. ..!
i. Hiveepstnlies for two veni
irance 6l). Closed 1st day
No. 1. Ilcmy Snow enters s
ior Kinpolil; ilam llora M
No. 2. D. Murphy enters h. i
dam sired by imp. Philip.
No. 2. John 11 Johnson elite
Chaiiee; dam Kittv Clove
No. . Win. Camp enters b.
No. f. M. Parker enters b. '
dam sired by Archie.
RKCONU DAY 1'UIDAY '
Sweepstakes for two veal-1 ;d-
trancc 23. Cloned 1st if An-:
No 1. George Harnett cnti i
Chance il.nu uiiknoiru.
No. 2. D. Murphy enters b
No. o. h T. Niich enters s f. . ...' ..? ;
oner ilam sired ly 1'niclni. i n.
Till-: STATE O ' .i'i. a -'. ""
To tin: Sheriff of Pallas Coi -( "
VV are herchy coininandi l l!i i' i n s'i
- publication the heirs of J i i.i.'li.a .
name-! anil residences are link.
iCniie the District Court to hi
utility .r iv!!.;.-: i.t inovoiu
town nf Dallas on tho l'Jth Mo:
lay of September. 1H "'.) then ;
petition of Small II Cockrcll .
roll deceased filed in said 0
alleg'limiin substanco as fo'.'.
I .Sarah II. Cockrcll is the ..
acres of land in said county
quarter otEujtiniiJXo. 11 ll
first base 'ino and range No. ;
meridian as surveyed by the I'.
nil Unit said heirs bad on ti .
ousted and ejected petitionnei' i
:iuu kept pessecsiou ot said lain.
is damaged live thousand doli i
ml iliniiuges and a writ of n t
Herein fail not but have v.iti ii:
fore said Court this writ with :
linwing bow you have execun .. t
WitiKss Eil. C. 1
SEAT District Court of 1
"(T under my hand ai '' c:
the town of Dallas this 11th . iv
18511. lii). C. BROIYI I'.ll. u.'u i..
Issued 11th of October 18 . .
Came to baud October lltii !.a i'.i.
W. Cabtes S'r.rii'J
lfi:Pw. Printer's fee 11"
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by ivhitli pdilk'ii
' f:!l praying rl'!
ri.ili'.'ii '.r. I ."ur ..'i::..:
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THK STATE OF TEXAS
To the Sheriff of Denton County Grctlins: .S
YOU are hereby commanded that yon summons
bv publication iu tho -Dallas 'Herald' u
newspaper published in Dallas county Texas
Abel Btingley and Benjamin F. Donaldson whoso
residences are unknown to ho and appear before
tho District Court to be liolden in nnd for the
countv of Denton at tho Court-hottso thereof
in the town of Denton on the 12th Monday after
tho third Monday in beptamber A D. 1H5'J then
and there to answer the Petition of J . Ii. Lafave
N. AV. Lafave and S. L. Terrell (iled in Faid
Court against the said A. Stingley and B. F.
Donaldson and alleging in substanco ns follows
to wit: J but the said Defendants uro indubtod
to Plaintiffs in the sum of two hundred dollars
und interest thereon ut the rato of ten per cent.
per annum from nnd njrV tlie 5th day ot Decern-
bar 1857 evidenced brnofendanta joint and sev
eral rjromissorv nrrte due November 1st 1858.
for $200 00 unci dated December 5th 1.857 with
ten per cent interest irom auto payable to S. L
Terrell agent for J. B. and N. V 'Lafuve.
.Herein lail not but have you then and there
before taid Court this writ with your return
thereon showing how 3'ou havo executed the
Witness J. B. Ford Cleric of the District Court
-r. Given uncermy hand and seal nf said
( kf.AL. ) Court at Denton this 17th day of Octo-
Vf ner A. 1). 1859. J. B. FOKJl Cl'k.
Issued October 17th 1850.
J. B. FOUD District Clark.
Cunio to hand Oct. 17th 1859.
JOE C CAKTEIl fHiffD. Co. Tex.
Publishers of Dallas 'Herald' please jmo'iiih
this four weeks.
JOE. C. CARTER ShffV. Co. lex.
17:4t Printer's fee 10 00.
W. Sr Williams Adm'r w piaTBteTcocaT dextos
rt. 7 county texas i alltkbm
AV. C' Brown. a. rf. 18o'.l.
WHEREAS W. S. Williams Adroinisirator ue bo-
riia non. of the estate of Sarah . P-rowu de
ceased and the plaintiff in the above cause has filed
in my office eertain interrogatories lo lie propounded
to J. O. Foller and AVesley Story citizens of Fannin
county Texas. These are therefore to notify the
aid iV C. Brown the defendant in said cause that
after the time allowed by law ahail have elapsed I will
issue a commission to take the answers of said wit-
nesse to said mtcrrogatoiies.
y-L.'.. AAitnessrny band and the' seal of said
SFlAlA Court GWeh at Office in Denton Septcm-
- - 3. P. roillv ci'm t: v. f. c. 1.
V- 4w 1 Printer's fef
T1IH STATE Or TK" VA-
Tn the Sheriff af Denton C :ti : J:e t; nt .
YOU arc hereby commaiit'l !o suiium.n Ji.'.
llinesaiid1 8. A. Ilinet ?ier Jinaband ; n;i
Porks and Parks herVosI : .iv.! : and tliaha.
fcrEon Davis by having this wv t pr..iliiied in liia
Dallas Herald 11 newspaper mil ;i.K-.l in (he- town of
Dallas Dallas county Te; i". f.;s' fmtr .junccfsivn
.weeks to bo and appear bef. : 1 Ii" D .-uiet Ci i t ci
Denton county at tho next ic ie thereof Who ht.Mei.
at Iho Court-houso in tho town of 1'i-ntoii 111 the 12th
Monday after the 8rd Mood. .; it. Spi'I.iuVv 1 ':"'.'; 10
answer the petition of Eliza '.K " iltotigli who ims
with her husband Alexaudei- M.-Col'iiugb n .:i:i&i 11
of Denton county Texas ui. l M.-hnla bunglcy vvI'm
sues with her husband Corn h;iis Lt.rgley n l iti en
of Calloway county Missouri tli' ol-jrt:tnd ctmwel
nature of which is to obtain ri.if.. of the f dlowii
described Land Patented 1 j lac l oirs tif iii'l Is l a
vis deceased ; to wit :
20 labors situated in (..ilii ctiidy; l.ciniiira'
at the N. W. corner of a tu -.n- in tlie nun 1 James
o'VJ't vnras; tbct.c?. S.
ST"- I'. jiV.e.l vat as
ti the lc;;innir.g: Pi-
y.U acres in I'cnt.vti
i.-i' . '. Und tern Li:
illtl varan; thenva Pjst
' -1 ft-' ; tiienoo V.Vil.
Pireiil. No. 8::. vol. 8.
O. Conner; thence N.70 0 A)
20 W. 50(1 varns; them
thence K. 20 0 13. 60U9 vara
tent No. OOi! vol. 9. Als
county beginning at the co
league survey tluuee Sout:
4752 varasj thence North 2
4752 varas to the betiinnini'
Also rf20 acres in Travis ce nil' beginnir g at tho
S. E. corner of survey No. 400; ttinne Hen; I'.'Ob
varus; thence 'J60 varas them e EaFt li'OO v:.nu
thence North 950 varas to ti o btinr.ti.ng; l'nient No.
522 vol. 2. Also 320 acres n t re vis county ' Cfiit-
ninir nt.the South Wert coi n r of -ig-j u'-tln i. Y.. en-
of No. 419; thence West 191 0 .:-j : tln-nec "-"-i.'
950 varas. tlicnoe fcast. iaui' idrro ; iiiom-o cvui'ia.'e o
varns to the beginning pat -ni No. V';". vol. 2.
Tbev also pray for the p.i. tii."i . f i'i" MUtwTig
descjibed lands palonled to (h? h r ' Jickyon l a-'
vis deceased to wit :
1-8 league situated m Gcli ii Pist!'iet'V;rinniiig 0'.
theN. AA'. corner of P. A. Pol "V -ui v -v ..veucf NeriU
20 W. 2886 varas; thene-' !.'.: K ViiSU vnr-u;
thence S.20"E. 2886 varas: ti :aco 5-.70W. -ti
varas to the beginning; patent No. ''I'i to!. C. A'n
610 acres in Traviscounty Us ' uin r i t tlm fc. AV.
corner of survey No. 445 i rd the S. E. i.f Vo. 455;
thence South 1900 varas; AVem i't'O vaias tbcr.ee
North 1900 varns; thence Favt 1'kh) varus ;o the I e-
ginning; patent No. 524 v I. 2.
Certified copies of said pf. t uts are li'ed with mm
petition marked exhibits "A" "H" 'C" "X" "K '
and F" and notice given to defendants to rr i ioo'
the originals or the conies viil l re- J in t- .-itlciico
on the trial of this cause. P?iiiivirj nile-lio that
the said Eliia McCollongh nnd Mnl11.l1 f.ang' y ai-e
together with the said Tabr.a llin- Citilha Park.-
and Elisha J. Davis the children an 1 telo In ;' s
of the said Fields Davis ile- eJ sril nlw 'lit s-ji-i'
heirs of the said Jackson Da"'- -Je: ( jk-1. II.
not butdue return make ol this writ as tlie
-T. AVitness J. B. i : j-.l Ci. : k 1 f ! e
crifi V ftnr f Tlenf.M .. .i-- -.v. '. IV
Tfv said Conrt thi . e i-l 'ar " i
1859. J. Ii. F"'.. . ..'
Issued October M 18&9. 3. C.
Came to bird October 1 'V.
Joe. C Cam-.-- r'r
Ediitr Dallas lUrsUi P'.ki iv. 1
10 4. J
1 Jos. O. Car
Prinifr's ftt- M :
' i lii-ii.i.
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