Dallas Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 28, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 11, 1860 Page: 2 of 4
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A.M". or Da.laa.nnU Ai.rllurii lexaa. lu.a com-
aj a ill rrconimrii.U'.l tu the mlive enliafai-
nr merehanlF r I cliric. TIhtp I nut bin;
.til lo a man im lo kit p lniirrl lii limy
it' heat him if a h"lr life of toil i mil
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p.. K. lug! ii'lvi'it.'r a Mrny marc in to-any
j.rr. .11 1 oflVrii a naar I f r bir uvotrry.
'. i i ir ilb plriiui totliFlnar cur.l i.f Mcusra.
! i n TcagUF Kaufuiiin Toxi a finu of reliable
I :.. . :otio J" in S men r.lioin e can cruiaiiy i
.i ... ..I In llmae lnviiri bu'ineM 111 liioir itectiuli. .
V.c II altiiitioii to the nchtH.1 n4veili.-ement of 1 "
.ck. n young snitb man U..e ipulticitio i j
. fr iir well cMabliihel. Mr. M. lit nil no- j
.WrJKfItlei..un.offnW.t4c'nUv.W4ucati..nlthenMin..'Iul till onco na I cunc I t-.io lann wi.crc
f .v...inallo moral hnl.iln.nu4 ill every renpecl ! Hie Coiirtltutiun -tirs run teen cnal riylita to a I the
I o cuii(lu':t a liit cla- acliool. Wo bespeak
i r l.i. i .-. cor4il support from our citiiens.
il nllmlion of Ihr rea-ler to the cnr.l of Dr. I
Yat.x in tu-A.-- r.per. tn the fatnient j fur "'"" n"1 u'm nscl"a" """ as '"'-
j of I he eve of nhntetrr clmr.u:.er. Dr. " I'a.i..rral. nn I not M f..cli.iM.. We vvoul-l
loen.i'rn.lfumlul. mi l bears ttilh 1 '""' "'c ""1 fl'dm f"r ""H ''"
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ioat.froin a-of the b.-.-l citizens of tho
... m bicl. he ba practic. 4. During bin vimt
i n le paal oulun.n he ttas cor.aultc.l by a
iiMbor of persona nlllit'te.l nnd wo have yet to I
' i" f lilurp in n fcini'l. liiatnni'e to ff.vo relief i
olu I. .( i-nv in! H e h i ."-j .-a
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J; ;;'ilh 1 1 ginlntiire iu tin ciucllm oi' i
M-.-iiJ-iy Dec. 5t.li 19."
11. 11 il to I
ijfj. K Hollinnorlli foriniily rommishioiicr of
( l iiir.' V. ! become a paitnerof the Mcrs Uichaid-
h 'fi in the publication of tho Gahrs'on Xcwb.
S-D" " hii Intelligencer B.iys that Hon. Iloli't. Taylor
of l .ii'i In nml Anfiel Navarro of ll.-xar have been
hoiiI to the Mio Grande by Ihc Governor "to c.vamino
into ihc cuiifis pf the war nnd nport tho be.at means
of peiuiinii nt adjualment of tho dilH -tillies."
la" Cinhing Is glad that the wlieat crop in tho up-
pr r country is recovering from the eilccta of llio cold
Yn!lii Well hurry on tho Central Uoad nnd beep
i; uinvii; tills way for wo h- vo no means of sending
off tii? cri-p for tho benefit of cur friends in Houston
nr.lesj lb: r-.al progrews a little faster than at pres-
ort -.-.'V I meeting of the Charleston Convention is
drfiiiitily fuoJ for tho Md of April nest which will
le ui .on afiri- the meeting of our State Convention at
Gahrs'nn. This will enable the delegates from Texas
to prwrc-l at once with such instructions ns the Con-
veiiliiin to.i; see fit to give directly to Chnrlcstou.
CT An ii.fray ooenred nt SlcKinncy on Monday
24 Jul . bet wren . Whitley nnd J. H. Hurbcrger in
which liis former-was stubbed several times by the
latter. Say the Messenger :
"Th-i atliiir underwent investigation on Wednesday
l.ifuto Jualiio Martin nucl Mr. Uurt erger wn re-
quired -to give bond in Oiesmn of two thousand dol-
laia fur his appearance at Court."
ty 11k Knrx Ciuidy (Mo.) Arj;ue cimes to ns in
mcurniti'T for the death of the Ifon. James W. Buker
ltepri ftntativo from that county and a Roynl Arch
fy Wo ad lrrtcd a few lines in Dutch to the edit-
or of tho Telegraph ; ho answered In something we
look to be Jspwefe High Dutch or Mongolian. Wo
(jf.-rrj it to nn intelligent German fur translation
but "nix fov Hay" was all wc could get it was not
like nnythin; he had ever seen before. lie gave it
up in depair. and. so di4 we until a Ravarian Lnger
lircr man cnnlt a peep at it nn4 theni" was as clear
dl trad. The diabolical looking words read back-
ir.l ; and vie learned enough from it to know that
fi lm 1 Cuililiig is a emulous man be does not choose
fcr u" 'l yJy to know when h is out. All right.
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i3f A Hi' s long absen' from our table the Up-
iburIieaioir.it again make i'.. a ap)-earanco and dis-i.-mri
most eloquently concerning the late Senatori-
al election. V welcome it once mor.and hope that
it may ntnke its visils 1(E like those of theangsls
and ooiue a( ImsI one a week. '
Qr Ilii Honor Judg Bur ford is now huldiug his
regular term at Buchanan Johnson connty. We
1 am from grr.tlemen in that section that that county
If receiving aoition of the ininirnse immigrution
that baa come to the Stale during the present season.
Jcluscn c:inr.ly has tvoine excellent larnV ud Bno
linnaa ia rpct miled a a floartabinfr. plae. while its
tiauic wo'iLl m m (o tbadow fvrtVt its poi.tical poib-jiriK.n-.
W boar authing f tle doiagi ef Ibe Wroocraey
jLtre in Ow war of boblg a twni.ty Cui ' ertiou i
wUt'1llM lH-r. WtA Werry I2i the traocracy I
if ft.! p-.l.lt -ut i:i;:T . j
tiU imu. U JiiS lhal lifts iu rov.-eiv.u4 14
U of ill Klkll'f IHkflUillliIKllU
4id.li iuliu au4 Kiiur their ;ry
lilja) i iu aidti iht iml 6iut 4 unmoved
Iauii4allbtbuulrif itaabruial lb roriii cf U
ib4a tUe .'4iij4l Cju.Uo cf lb IVuiucra.y 4
' cut of ikeifaih-a amuf political j;iuiiuu(lktrii4
j Umcu 1'1't of -'& fr lie nation. At faction f.
ur fniion i bum livr u epbeu.eial rtUtruce ai.4
I Urn l.l.al HiltlilKiM I'J a M i-.. a v .- ..
ami ! iui'.il a iiiiuriTviliU irruvii uJ Uui
i cable bert-air lit la; u4 tlx B iuUi.1 "iut
loutcrdaiknra" ll.'. gitateii.bvMliuitiitoftbatiugili
of th countiy aUod foili In Uld rt'.ii f lie ik
j vf cur Mfiijr ami tb ton4 if uuiou Uln the Kr"'
i.ourviii priuciplt of th Xurlh su4 of ill riuutk
iouaru iiriuviiiirt n in ."!'-
.V..l.iu.t! ...4 ..f.l In I- -r -..
1. ... .1 .. . ...iL.Oaalilk lif III 1 if lilt aft
wUiLi r HiM l itti whuen-rof cot.uici.uii
interval tlivio n.ay I m U't I'eui.crat.o I'a.ty or me
I'nloo. No ai-i.aill m l" k lo th Cbathaiou Ct-u.
trillion s a tv'Ulliru W Norlbrrn ktocuiMy lu
a.uml or paiil. lie m-u ctn f.r hd Iniuiil view lUi
Kir it viu'Mti ii In i y t.iutr l(lit tlmn boii4
... f.. t ui.iju i I tli aanlia Jriiii. In which. H ill
cilKa iUIV M. uta 1. file I. .lull U trlumiilixm. I
'jiiaiiuaj. n4 lliu ui 'luiiimliy cf Ihia Iwlv U ile-
ali' jr l mi l r ta Inlh.wc I vljvola alma m l rinl
Le i.n.' J. iiiiTuluc I mI thru Wurae ih.iu iliitoti
axiLfiiVun will n.ulf ihi U'nii n mxl lliia j.!fmliJ
iii -ii ii iiic-ii t i.f llif iiotii if uur roicfiln ta will
criiiiil'lu iulo riiii.a rulii inJijuluyur ..ni. All
Uein rul irnuii lti k Iio nte au in leiliiy an4
my itorniH ; m.4 Iu rnifw Iheir ilrl.ji- 111 4 n-vivr
1 1! ".r i.i-nj;ih lit l.r..ili-i!y mcIi:iiij;c i f aniliii.fiii..
Hi.'if !. init.li of rconm-o in our fv-liiuH r. r Hii.
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liuvhu. r....v -
lu.iia c .' k P r .1 oil in ntol ijiiat b.li:iioii l Uu; vr.-
4 i;iii'r.iu lliit )ita e liriMi I'uice.l iii. n Ihi- licmoe-
nioy. In im wU loin wo l.oU f..r a union of nnt of
lie iliiMoiM I lint Inns apiii'nl Hu fiivnl lu.ily of Hip
parly nii'l from In ili-lil cnillni.H wo auiir llio mom
.icioii 1 cm. lie. I ' t f.at-l uii ifl a mid il ih.s. 11 -lull istx
!. m..u. .rn.1.1 ..m. . ll.!u r.rnt .iv nml 1 V nT I lit. Tle-
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ninoni" mi I mtiu'j i to i;citiiui tn aiimoii'TS I'tn
llio pn'riot His Ir i an! bravo p riot of the iWth
nu I (I the Hi.uib ill r ii.-c its Hiimbiul nml llin; il
banner lo the lute?. W'v noiibl cull tirx no cry true
frii-nil of llio South tu link lo llio (.'liailiilon Convcn-
Hie l'4 of Vnion that i!l cemnit tbo conscrTii-
tle Mreupili or ti.e country mm i.iiiko us one i.ropie
' efoieibe n.geof the ina.liiion kih fell nn4
Mates nml mialily in the iii niorieB ti.o cuiniuon
I . r ..n . I.l .l o . I..:...
"R ".itr.naii-Tii mr uio . uaruau.n lonvpiHgin.
u' ''""' or party aim us power r.vcry
cl!V" t " Jem-raliio this iovercnti.il pirit nml lo die.
li!s "Hbu-lox sontiincnt hhoiihl lo vicwcl V.ith
iiieiriisi nit. I iiuii. ii nn. i nvu i .i.t'ii-'t r'l.vic i.iu.
When iliaurgaulzer nnd factinniiti nlm n li'-w? r Hu-
ll; '.;..i!li i vf r r.i-ry . t ii pis. is ; " ..-
-I ..( ; ! u.
pl:.na l i i.i.it 'li'O1! u
'..i n :!! I l err.
c i. Sh"n''l H'n I
V. !)'. V nil! I 1211M V
!rlil". I.' fih'.'ir
'..a ftreiifttii the
i ii -1 iht lf Html oLjct ilijr!..'
a -lit.iry .u ur.uTiit in tl-.vPir.tp
!!.o ( h.u-li'.-t' n t'oini.ntii ;. m
I r.' n Id v lew h lir 'l.i ii n i noil h. jioli I ;.. r.i: 1 uiipatri
hi le. In stiitiimi.t ; mil su Ioiir as this body n fit .its
' (!c i plni'ii!? and seiiliif.riitii r.l'tltc 1 cinoTicy ko lour;
il wp iirj-n nil due iep"et and reverence fov il?
dvliberations. Willi th"si! r"'iiarl;; vi iU'!;ii mr
I iticn 'n r--iV-l ti'C .Nu'ii.i: ill'y of tho Cu.-.cn-
linn in opposition 13 any ideas that may beoriginntcd
j in regard lo ils unsoundness or its seciionnlily. The
' dignity of tills body is superior to faction or section
alism it stands upon the broad basis of the Consti-
tution nnd tho Union ns such we think nil true pa-
IriiU of whatever parly can revcrenco its proceed-
ings and lid it God speed.
KiT We publish in to-day's isfiie llio Inaugural
addrepsea of the Governor nnd Lieutenant Governor.
They are before our readers who will judge for Ihcm-
sclvet of their merits and demerits. Wc hop thnt
the reliance of Ilia Governor upon 1'edcral aid for
frontier protection may not bo misplaced nnd ns
misconceived as bis preference for moral suasion over
physical force to subdue the sivago. Tho people of
tho frontier look for immediate help look to tho ex-
ecutive fur assistance nnd nothing short of active
means for that purpose will reassure them. The ef-
fect of moral suasion will appear as ridiculous to them
as "singing psalms to a dead horse." The strong
arm nnd sure aim of the Ranger will do more to drive
bnck the savage thau all tho morality of tho Stntc
conilii;c.l. Immoral suasion has never availed and
neither will the moral power or influenco of the Ex-
That portion of the Iiiuagurul which we think most
objcctional and to which wc have heard the greatest
opposition expressed is Hint pertvniug to the Federal
relationship of Texas. It is true that " she did not
enter thcXorth nor into tho South" but it is equal-
ly :ruo the entered us an equal and ns such will
mnko her influence felt in a!l the great questions that
agitate Ibe country. If Gen. Houston would claim for
Texas n State of Neutrality on the absorbing ques-
tion of the day that of slavery bo would place her
in the false position of a slave State quietly submit-
ing to the aggressions of the dominant Northern ma
jority. The slave States arc iu a hopeless minority
and the nets of agression are too fresh in the mem-
ories of all to be denied. Shall Texas stand tamely
by w ith closed mouth when her sister States are in-
volved nnd her own soil polluted w ith the presence
of abolition emissaries nnd not raise her voice in
condemnation of such unhallowed proceedings I
Would the Governor of tho State of Texas barter
away her privelegos and rights for tho sake of msre
unianiimt Texas entered the Union as an equal and
therefore has the right to be heard on all the absorb-
ing questions of the day ; she cannot and will not re-
We aro unwilling lo raiso unnecessary objection!
to the ontimrnts of tho Inaugural but Hi Governor
has placed her in a false position in regard to a ques-
tion of vital interest to her citiiens. Hvcry South-
ern State throngh its Executive has spoken unadul-
terated Southern sentiments in regard lo our domes-
tic institutions nnd why should not Texas take a
ibind equr.lly as dicidrd? Equality is her due with
all its pr'mltgcr.and she will assert her rights.
" Abolitionism has been met by Disunion ; "does
he mean that disunion exists only in the South when
in fact it is the very element of Abolitionism in the
North and is tenfold stronger there than in the
South? This is truly a dangerous position bot with
unionists it is the fashion to denounce tho devoted
friends of slavery whenever they dare assert their
Constitutional rights. Th old Hero has placed Texas
lu a fait Andl'lotf.
AwsJ-lU Kiif giving 2t.i aver of land to arlual
sailVs ba p.4f ed lb fTuiiae of F.epi rsr.nthc.
XttinoctBUo Wciuig in Xtoir
Tie I'tiuwnry of Lamar Lc'.4 B"titio in IVj
1CJ. VOiU. iaa4 rvalulUbl au4 'jiulwJ (Xlrgajli
U tit Stat loi aull.u
lit iia.lutiu.1 r biglily 1 ulriiHf i4 (ulpglaile
of III party that La (tu UiaJ. rity of rrraijvula
tu lU l'uioulau4 that lia iuiiulrl almoal every llu
jfjK.licy Ih.l bnnJ4U Hbinir u4 irjw.
luiu.riit uf lb counliy TL nrclitg la-athruic.1
lb i inci.Va of lb rinuiuuaiirUtfi.ruiiiiitlrrpr.
Ir4 l-y Hie riiipitui Couit .'ii'imj ibt tqualiiy
of Hit- HlHlt. n I Hie :'bt i f l'n.ny. TUry tt.
rvt4 a pufniice fur the II' n- luiiki 8. IHwVin-
a D of New York if III Cliarl.ati ii I'oiivi.tii.o alicul 4
go Xortb of Waaoii an! liiton" l.ii. f.r a taui!i.Uit.
au4 Ibal lb oto of iliuiM !! a a uiill In
Ibe Xtiuaal t ..uriitiii. W ate fU' lo are Hut
tli Priimvrary of llii roui ty do 1.0I "aplil liulm
urwu (jiitationa lint 4u nol I. h i".' o c ui ty meliii.
but com lo tb g!al of lb mttirr at fiut) sr.4 y
wlitt I rllil ii l .r.-wr. Wbru uJi iu aiJur
W. Hirll. V. II. iVrii:lit. ari.l oilirra us ir In our
founty iix flii'K. M'ly lue tbat in lru ilo-
liini!l l e f. nlu-onoi'. n4 b a Irlllng t!T'l.
Ill lli iim-ra.-y lliioiiihoiil lb fc'lal r aii.uain!
f.i.iu llii-ir li lluisy. an4 pulilnu oil Hirir armor fr
the fljstat. L.t Tna I nl ' l1'11! "1 l't llCr
.livi.U na be binW Ibul all may aluii I a pruj J.
ample of unaiiiuiily.
Death of O011. M. D. Lruunr.
(!'). Miral.au D. Lamar (114 on lb '.'Otb ull
A !ny at bi rralilinr nr lliibnioiul Fori DVihI
.imiily. Gen. Lamar n a imtl of Georgia ami
miur.ili'4 loTnaa 1I11H11Z the lew.lulloii. Hvortil
.a a m luntirr :4 In Gru. Ilouatoti In tb J.alU of
S in J u'Uito aril atirilr4 (imaral ailr.tiiu fl r bl
.'...1 r. i.cln. l. I!i k the aecili'l I'rranletil uf Cue
llepiililio hii4 ba.l fiilcl in my ronpoiiMUi-poaitiona in
pul lie lifi' ami bcl but retTiilly rotuiiiel from Jsic.
iraxim beie be rrpn-ariilcl tbe Unil4 Statu j an.l
a Hi auilior of miiny bmiuliful ilio ciluamu.
r'uiirriil cprvnionir mi oI.mt4 in (;lclon It.
bia muni ry on llio L'l'.ih mul an or itioii iMIvmviI by
(ji.ii.ll.Mcl.ri.il. A wblirr H'ltcnn in nml true
latrii.t bin su l li n iK'.ith in uuhciKsilly rrgiettcl.
r-J- Cm-Mi'? of the Telegraph is a lucky fellow.
His r.jiifoir. i on ('lirintinu day marched into bis
s uiclHiii and struck him yes struck him dumb with
nstoiihdiinriit. They presented biin wilh nn cb-gint
Mahogany ( hair ns a testimonial of I heir rsloem mid
high consideration. Speeches were exchanged on (be
happy occasion between tho chair men and tho de-
lighted IMitor. There's nothing like being a good
clever fellow for verily you shall receive your re-
ward. 8;.7" We make llio following extract from the Aus-
tin correspondence of the McKinney Messenger :
" A plan 1ms been set on foot tit this pluco by
tlioso who profess to be opposed to every sort ol
political organization lor the purpose of org nn
iJHg paity to dcli-'tit tlio Democratic party in
tiiu next presiilciitial election. Thoy liavu held
aerrrnl Hii-ctings for this purpose u very correct
account of which you will lind in tin blutu (jnz.
etto of tlio 124th inst. JLij lingart attended ono
of tlio meetings tuid upon being called by tho
crowd inado a speech but lit) does not syuipatliian
with the measures nor upprovu of tho proceed-
ings and objects of tlio new organization."
We are pleased to seo that Major Bogart docs not
sympathise with tho factious spirit of tho Opposition
at Austin. As be is repoilcd to have said in his
speech before tho few disorganize who had ns.'eni-
l.b.l to i..-i'.f;i:.- ii:i .j'.-i' m iulo iiiething like a
a pai ty (hat In; h id aitraya been a luiuoorat wo
li lr a.-Miicd tlt'u he would ci.c Hie firt nppartuaity
si t liMncif nul.t 1 1 r.-ro his i ieu.ls for nuikiiig i
-ell in on ttsfi-iiil-liK.".' where a I'riiwci'i'.t "slmuM
n it ill; ii h'-.i v'-icc or tMi-'cr bi;ii''c f lu le liea-v'. '
..io in cc.ndeiiiiiiili.in of il'.-ir o. occt'diiius. V uen
we l ist had the p'.in.ture of i
ilislii-rui.-l-.td Uer; eiciit ni ve
convi.i'-.ili .n with the
-..it; l.'i.lin wc foil !.-
sored tbat he wouM be true ! lie ol miritioti of llu;
fa.tv in li.lurF!id if !i; fel! I .! f.clu l--d by
I his v.'le f r (Ira. ilnust. n. tVuin the ihim'i wc are
rejoiced that he has not thrown himself into the
doubtful nrms of the Opposition. The suuio corres-
pondent of tho Messenger says :
' Tho exeitement about tlio cortinns war lias
pretty much died out. The Govenor was iijipliod
to yesterday to order out another Company to
join t'apt. i'ord uion tho Rio Ciranil to vvliicli liis
excellency gave a very Uocided nt'gativo."
This "shows which way tho wind blows ;" wo hope
it will blow over before the Governor vetoes tho
Frontier Bill which he w ill not do c;j-fi'ify.
The following geed hit nt tho Generals Colonels
Majors and Captains to be found in evcrv town nnd
city in our State is taken from the Sabine Pass Times.
A word to the wise is sufficient and after tin's we hope
that many of them will drop theso Biiperfluitcs. Im-
agine the just indignntion of the good woman ns she
kicked one dog gave another a sockdolngcr in the
ribs and belabored the third with the broomstiok
and why ? Because the thing was so ridiculous to
sec to many high-sounding iirs traveling together.
It was more than common sense could bear :
"On the great Texan thorough luro that runs
through our parish an excellent old lady vory
clovor very shrewd but poor kept a house of
''iitt-rtiiiiuncnt. Upon one occasion it was her
I'ortutio to entertain tor the night a hutch of these
gentry ; nnd uu she passed in nnd out of the
common sitting-room intent upon her household
earefl her ears were stunned with tho lofty titles
of "General" "Colonel" and ".Major" lavishly
bestowed upon each other by the guests. Sick
of so much military greatness she approached
the fire around which they .were assembled and
proceeded to administer hearty kicks to several
dogs comfortably snoozing before the Ore" accom-
panying each kick with the cxclaimition. "got
out General ! Begone Colonel ! Out Major "
One of the magnates with ill-concealed ungcr
remarked : "Why inadum you have singular
names for your dogs." "O ! yes" she naively
answered "any mangy pup may be a General or
a Colonel now a days !'
g We havo received a number of the "Family
Journal" a weekly paper published in Baltimore
by Williams & Moore. The Journal is of the same
class of papers ns the New York Ledger and others
which have such a run in this section. Its literary
articles are well written nnd attractive anil in typo-
graphic appearance it is certainly equal if not siie-
rior to any of the Northern weeklies. It presents to
the Southern reader the advantage of being a South-
ern paper. To those wh wish a publication of Ibis
character w can most cheerfully recommend the
Family Journal. Terms $2 per annum; or in
clubs of nine or more f 1 60.
Tao Bcien'dCo American.
The l.at autnber we received of the above publica-
tion closes the firat volume of the new series. We
have occasionally during the past year referred to
this excellent paper and have nrged on those me-
chanically inclined the necessity of having it It is
peculiarly ad.vpted to all peraona engaged as mill-
wrights machinists and maoufacturena "while to the
farmer house-keeper and man-of-acience" it will be
found cf equal interest and use. W are pleaser to
see Uiat it begins It second year onder gratifyiig
prospects of success. It is a weekly cf 10 pagers
and all article cf n inventions art aj prrpr.tfly
arj haxidiMvnirly ITashstwI. Ti-J.a S2 rT ann'iaa t
orforctuts vf ten or more. $l.0. Mann t Co.
p-lU!:rs w Tvk.
Gtwrg T ll.li 4 Lq. la ujw uukiug up kU cluU
for lb fulluaii.g pFrklicalt vlj i
tliini r'a .u.v' IIkiK r aiinuiu
lUnria'aSi Muktui r M iii-ivi. per annum
AanilB'a llouu Uuimt uU r hi. num.
CuaxurxiUTvH Ar Juiaaat (quvriuily) til t
annum. Hull Hi in luirriuer gia a wne engr.
vli.g " 8lmknp4i an I bia I'lieuda" piintrd on
heavy plat pvjn'V BOxMS iiubn In site Di iking a
mi si superb urnaiurul luitabl for tilhrr th wall ol
of Hi parlur librvry oreth .
Now ia th tiiii lo au I for lis abut parit-licala ;
the club iil aoou b tent on and Ihoa idling ci.
Uier cf thrill aboulj hand in their name al ouc.
Mr. Ibiird ilau recelvn tut .-ripliuii for lb f-l ow.
lug publication cluU f r each of which b I now
HWiiiofoa SMu wrek'v 91.
tw I'oik HV.iy My Jhvk. f 1.
.Mm Yarle IIV.Aiy l. ljtr l f.i.
i;rn.tia'a MV.Ay l.inr.ut'.UtllU'SMp tl.
lUrvr't tt uKly t-I
ftj We had the plenaur cf a vtlit last Haturday
fr.'in lr Hhumaril lb diaiingulrliid Aitai.l Co.
.di'ljii.1 of ibo Slal of Texas. Ilo waa tn loult for
Vu-iin allhlii f iiuily aiid iiiiminid i nly a Ira
lu iira in Di.llas. Dr. rhumr4 U uiii f III appoin-
tee of l.'x-Guvcrnor lluunels nhoae clei.lHj rx
pluiatiuna have helped tu dovrlej e the mineral re
alties of the rltiito in ail uiiuel I degree II in.
fiirmr.l us Hiat In irou aloii. IVxa waa unuaiially
rich ami sullielrnlly an lo furiiiah nuileri il lint on
ly fir her nail maiiufaoliiriiig purjMaf. but for ull
Hie adjacent Mate. The Ductor gives a very II it
tering aceouiit of Hie inlnrral riches cf the Stile
and ae trust that he may continue hi exploration
ami uime ful y latnl liah our Imp' rli.iice as a Uiiuer.il
Weexblbileil for hi Inspection ipeninien of Brown
Coal found in our county which ha dinunvoreil to be
superior iu biluiiiluloua qualitiei tu anr other he
bad . n. lie seemed tu b vastly pleased with Hie
richness of our land and expressed a ho that be
wiu'ldyet have it iu bis power lu explore Dallas
County. Pin lib! the l.egislaluio make the proper
nppnpiliilii n may vet haven lengiheuiHl visit
fi'uin tins Utingiil.-licil Tiinl soicnlilu gentleman.
t'j-fnpt. Dnlrymii'.e if Williamaun cvtinly has
been militarised by tlio Governor to raiso a company
of men under tho law for Ibe defence of Ihc frontier.
Iho ci nipatiy to bo raised iu Wi liamson nnu the conn
ties Ninth of it.
C'-TLo MttFonic Ball nt Weatherfurd on the 4th
iust. was numerously n I tFii.lt tl. We havo seen sonic
of the " bright particular stain" that shone on the
occasion and from Iheni we hear that the bull was n
brilliant affair We nre happy to know that Dallas
ami Tarrant were well represented with the beauty
and grace of some of their fairest daughters.
TUe Piot-ldaj t'ar.Iecsaji.
Washington Deo. 27. Tho Senate met to-tl.iy nt
Ihc usual hour uml niter tho usual preliminary pro-
ceedings the l'resideiit's .Message was received ami
read therein ns had been previously tleteriiiiiicd oii
even though the House should not be nrguuizf'1. The
hull was consequently crowded t oth tho body of the
building and .the galleries to it fullest extent by
eager listeners nmoiig whom were many members ol
tho lower House lu fact nearly nil Congressional
proceedings proper were for the time being suspen-
ded so absorbed were members by v hat was going on
in lite Senate.
Tun Missaoi:. The President first (fall gives
thanks to tho Almighty God for the innumerable
blessings with which as a people nnd nsa nation vve
h ive .?cn f;i' trd the pit year. Tho returns of tint
- i .... i ....... I. . .. I...... ii.. I. nr. 1 i.'ii.iiil mr ; r.ni-
Il.l-rCI.' Il l li'llll l-'llLII Tllllll .-L u'mj -"
try has prospered and doluestiv! tiLuqnility has for
tli'c i. .;t puit r-Ig.io.1.
'I liero ha. hoivc-ier been ore nu.st sad nml un-
happy exception the "resident refers ! I ho rereiit
bloody c.ctus at lUrper's l-'mTy which ho recites iu
'1 lii-s? cvcni.i however cruel ns they are in them-
selves derive I heir chief imparlaiiee. fiem tho p-iiichoiii-'otis
eutertaii.cd ly s-.ni" that In-y are but
I si li'pioiu; of n.-i iiicr.cal.i.i iiicafe in a p. ttion ol Hit-
I p'uld'.o mind wbi.di i.iay bivik out snd lenly at
some luturo moment iti a fur more uiai .-iiin-.: in ilioer
I and result iu onlnoi s of a far more seni lis nature.
.Mnnvcven nnni eheml that it will finally terminate in
a total dissolution of tho Union and an open declara
tion of war between tho slavehulding auJ auti-slave-holding
The President himself however entertains no such
sad iippreliouaiuns. Nevertheless ho thinks tint the
ate unhappy orourrenccB nt Harper's Kerry ought to
bo received by good citizens in all parts of the Union
as a so emn warning of approaching danger. Ho
" Let mocinploreyou my fellow countrymen both
of tho North mid of tho South to lay asi lo these do-
mestio dissensions and to cultivate hem-of ir.'h in
their stead th.ataiiciont feeling of go id wi I and mu-
tual forbearance towards each othor which our fathers
showed ; above all strive to allay rather than ex-
cite tho demon spirit of Bcctiotial hatred and strife
which is now rife throughout the land .
Theso solemn admonitions proceed from llio heart
of an old publio fuiiotionary whoso services commenc-
ed during the last generation among tho wise and
conservative men of thnt day.
I would indulge however in no gloomy forebodings
for which indeed there is no just ground llti the
contrary I am firm in the conviction that the thor-
ough investigation into this unhappy atbtir which is
to be made will be made will be the means mil only
of allaying tho existing excitement but of prevent-
ing outrages of a like nature in luture.
In tho meantime the President cirdinlly congrat-
ulates Congress nnd the pooplo Sn the final settlement
by the highest authority of tho hind of the once ox-
citing question of slavory in tho Territories. This
happy settlement moreover has been with great
unanimity acquiesced in if not voluntarily accepted
by tho people so that now from whatover Sta'o em-
igrating whether from the North or from the South
a citizen may take with him into any one of the ter-
ritories of the United States property of every de-
scription including slaves without the right for once
being questioned or if it were ques.ioned secure in
the protection both of property and the enjoyment
of the same under the 1 edernl constitution.
Neither Congress nor the territorial legislatures
nor indeed any human power has the authority to nn-
nul or nny wny to invalidate or impair this vested
right thus guaranteed by the solemn decision of the
Thus has the status of a territory during tho in-
termediate period from the time of its first settlement
until its admission into the Union as a State been fi-
nally nnd irrevocably settled by the highest tribunal
in the land.
In this connection Iho President proceeds to de-
scribe the mode in which a Territory thus sott ed by
citizens in tho enjoyment of equal privileges from
every section may be admitted as a new new into the
It may be ndmitted with or without slavery ns ft
slavcbolding or non-slaveliobling Stnto as its consti-
tution mny prescribe. This jusi nnd well established
principle has been recngnited not only by nn unani-
mous vote of b th houses of the Congress but by the
unanimous voice of the people.
In reference to the slave trade the President says
he has used and shall continue to use all lawful
means at his command for its suppression. And this
is but in keeping with our history as a nation. The
fathers of the hrpublic were in advance cf all others
in condemnation of the slave trade.
The President says that there was pood reason un-
til quite recently to believe that in his present mes-
sage to" Congress he would be able to announce that
all onr difficulties with Grpat Britain arising out of
the Clayton-Bui wer treaty had been finally adjusted
in a manner honorable and satisfactory to boih na-
tions. From causes however which Great Britain
had not anticipated she had not yet bFrn able to
complete her treaty armnjrement with the republic
of Honduras and Nicaragua in aewrdiance with brr
previous understanding with thoe o. ern merits
whereby hpr long disputed position in Central Amer-
ica wa still ip part undetermined.
The President rievprthelpsa. Fonldetly expect
that this would shortly be accomplished and that all
matter f dispute between the British Go' rmment
and oar ewn in relation to the Clnyton-Balwer trea-
ty woald soon be happily adjusted.
In relation t the Pan Join affair- tbe- PT-idrt-t
er.tprtvrar.a d mbt of II va'iiir-y of air title In th-
is annd find nmm s that be i" V"v;y to n-tie that
arKal he left to Lieut flen. Kit-do 1.1 Ai ft'i il sera-
lion eftt-l.J r-bt bare been Jvlwf J in b-tt-fcr ha;i-is.
Heta?4 furih'rmcr. tht thcr i no j.--on I
apprtilirU'l a eolliaioat belafon lb rtajaMiv foree
leil m J-iiul pors:uB of lb lalauit ur an) Her on
Our rt l.t it in wilh f rauce Ruaala an.l all lb vu
l i.ri.l il poarraif J.unqw n lb sin jl rtorpliuii
of tpaiu wMluue In b ul lb auuat filcodly tbrc-
Aud ailh Hpviu I her I no preaslng or iuiisiiUnt
qUFatn.ii i"luii(. I" 1'ivaideiit buaerr ruf
uiiU'la lliil lungrra Hik an apiropri4lioii to lure!
lb t-I lima of lloe who mil. re I ity lb Au.i.tal af
fair lb aill euieiit cf Idea cl .tins ha Hiluka
avuuU render our irl il.i na vilb Bnaiu uiurv e r dial j of lb country r r uaiaiiiljf iiifurming Ih at- f-
niij Ii. ililalo Ih act.uiailioa if I uli brtiir loir fl beoailn cut Hut unlraa Cuuitrf sa ouiur lull. or
rlusr bia i-piliii'U upon ubi.h suljivt umjincd uu. '
t-lmiiyetl. lie lliein. it agam invitea in keii.iui at- i liinie l.
leulioli of Coiigiraa tu I h.a iiiqullnit queatiuti J t r.Binti'X in Vl'aiirai. SI. I.oiiii J)ee. 2
'Ibe I'iraid-ul antu Ulicr.l llo.l Hi I hints treaty : U-ly uf ariiM-4 I.F;tiMa atln-Ve-l the town cf U -I"
UFKoiiate4 by Mr. Ittel bad lrii liiuby coucluded I ar lit this riiat. Ul nichl which erealtnl great i-
uiid r lii'icilioli foimally exchaiilc.. j r. lenient aiiolii; Ilia llihabilanl of III 'Ue Mul
10 (appleinriil.il ruiiieiilioiis aitt however pen t. liei-hlrtiibi-i-l. Th rlliirua r-ll Icl and drul ill In-
Ing I on III rrhilit u t Ih rilila cf Aioeiienin iu ur .-i.ta In Ih woo 'a si the am llm eapVlitin
I liiu.i ami another in lelnlii.li lu lb diilieaoii Ainer- i au afterwards e.io':;iiiii J nuiiiU r of lliem lu jail
ictii g.ula in Ir4tnit acrua any js III. u of (he I hi-1 Petrnl Mounted oompni'ir ar now In lhir purvuit.
lira It'l l itui it. 1 h riliien ar wrll armr-l ami provided. The Inat
Th diricnlty whh Ih H -pul.lle cf Pirismy U- ' -'icu'i. baa iiiewlut mbai le L
bill In nil v alio It I In a In io;j Urn honorably ami Z.7'' ' . '
saiiafioii.i ily adjii.trl. 'Ih pit-rent rehlii nai f lhe Ailvice rmm l.iiik'liin atato that tlio ' it
two i-oiiiitiii'a ale of I he nioal l.i..ly ch il i.-li-r. i olllio leparln.iit U ill r.'t'oipt nf II ir miiu r
'I be Pie.i h ut tlirciiiira i-ur relaitm.a witli Mni.o 1 uf iMMiiiiiinieiiti'iii. from in .il tointru'lor i" "'I
al d dciiiaiids at llm liauda of Congress imiuetti tie . art ul llio cuuiitrv tu tho i ll ft that Uill-aa
au I mi loci ii Icr.ci.ti.iii tlieieiu. ' I '..iier.-s d '" a nuo'l lu nt itiro for their re iff
I'liring Ih pri.d incy cl Ihr lii'e .e-. tl iti.-ti with I .e al scivb' ni l -t .i.in discuntiiiucd.
Ilivl lie.u .i'' lie legieta l.irar III it lb llilcillil al-
f ura nl ilieeoiiutry uu I uur r-l-tli"iia l.i it g rilly
life nut iiuprt.vrd. In ih.a ei.oluvli..i be leeil. nl '
ectli the iiuin-roiia i.iitngt i-ouiniiiiul ii.u the
l eiat-iia mul j r jH-riy of Amerleau et.n-ia'liiiiuj Hi.- -pil
year llturigr of e.ery .lejiiptj. n and e.try
l.ii ill of injury have I ecu auil'ii.d lill they are lot
l..MiU.i..l....i.i. Tl I. i...i... :.i.
Mexico we have been really al war or il'dl tint
mi fir a a ih interest of cur ciinena rel bin lu ti.p
lb- ubltc are roiieerued wo might a well hat lieen i
at war. Iu reference UU hi atibjicl i he I'reaidenl !
quotes the f.ilb.wing Ir.iiu a b-lter wrilteii during iho
uioiiih cf August by our
rMiulatcr. Mr. .Mcl.aue.
lilt say a
" Miopo Ibal the I'ridriil will f-.-laiith.aiif.llo
aak Iho I'ongia-a power lo enter .Mxicu with inilliary
furces nl the call of Iho O tiititutioiial niilhurilies iu
order to protect cur citizen and our treaty light
and Ibat unless such power i coiiferre I upon 111
President cieat evil niiint nndonliUtlly ensue elo."
Ileimirkiiig on Ibis b-tler Iho I'rrsi.lent ml U that ;
he has bwn reluctantly led to thosime cnclusioii
mid that ho feels bound lo announce lhl lo Ccii:res.
llu ants it is a (tietion which has rtiatioii tn the fu-
ture n well ns to tho pnst and present and that tli-
aid w hich Mexico rt quires nnd w hich the Intercuts of
all cuiniuerci.il euiint i its require that she should have I
belongs lu this Government to render lint only by
virtue i T our neiirlib'irliuod to Mexico I lit by virtue
also of our estaldi-hed policy wlrch is Incuiislsteiil .
wilh any iutervt-niioii by K.uropcaii puwors in the do-1
uu slid concerns of that Itepuhlio.
horthei-o reasons nml others tho 1'rrsnleiit roc
oinmends the iuimedinto pussago of a special lnw au-j
thorizing him to employ Iho military forms of tho .
United Elates in Mex co for the purposo of obta-niin ;
iiidciunity fur the past and security fur Iheruiui-o j
r-hmi'il volunteer be selected fur Ihi service the;
President is of Hie npinion that such force would ea-!
sily be raised in this country niiiong thusa who sytn-;
pathize wilh our suffering fe'iluw-c.tiz.'iis in Mexico
ami wilh the unhappy condition of that country. j
The President also rocoinniends Iho ctabiishmeiit
of Military posts along tlio Mexican frontier on the
boundary line of S.iiora nml Chihuahua for tho pro- i
tect.t n c.l tin. lives ..ml procrty ot .imericau cm-
zeus tiguiiist the Indians
I'ni'ti llm uit...t ul I rnleil Amrrt.'nn iiti.iirfl. I.io .
I'lCM lcnt is of the opinion that Ibo provisiot.s ol the '
treaty recently concluded wilh Nicaragua eamior
f "il to be saiisfietury to all parties cuncerne.:. Ik-1
recon mends a I ttv authorizing Iho entplnyinctit of an .
ndequnto n ivnl force for the purpose of protecting
Americiin citizens passing over the Isthmuses of l'an-j
atiui Tehiiiintepeo and Nicaragua.
The President tlvvclls nt lepth and with many ex-
pressions of regret on the l.ilure of tho Posl-oIIico ;
npp.-nprii.ti.-n bid. the last sei-siun of Congress. !
-lie ll.er.-li.ro cnrncslly le.-onnnends Ihc p-issng: of
a bill ut the c.irlii st posil.le iii"inciit to pruvidu fur j
the pavments of nil nmoiinrs tlao mail coutraclors '
wi.li.o interests which have accrued since such
Hllll'ltllts u ii line.
The KioaMeiii s'wvagly r-.-e- i-i-nea Is the pa
a bit! URintiug liberal aid fi.r ill" imi I" --e of hi
Hailro.-id t tie; Puifi.) gi-.-e.- r"-i u.; at length nml
U'-is the lu.-iiior uj.i.i. the uttci.tiuii ef (a-n'-tss.
In ci-ai'-lnsiot. the l'.-ey.idei.t rcjoitii-.n-ii'ls lo the
iust lii.ei-aliv nf CongrvMn ilia local iiiiro'. cf tho
U';stri-;t of Colunil ia.
LATEST XiJWS BY TCLCilii.?!!-
Prcccediiiss in C:.i:.i -e3!..
We condense our telegraphic ift-iiH of tli9 proociid-
in;:s in the Ili-n-d us thesarito sii''ji-i-ts wei-0 di.-xus-e 1
each tiny. On tho JI!d Dec tho. flltli ballot vvus ta-
ken which was for Sherman 103 ; Wilson 27 i Gil
mer lit : Bocock. 10 : scaltcring 68. On the JJtilli
the 21st ballot was had resulting for Sherman 100 ;
Bocock 20 ; Gilmer 17 ; H.uston 17
M...t... n .
' 1 '
Davis 11 i scattering B2. Dec. 27th the 221 ballot j
was- for Sherman- 101 ;: Houston 15 ; Gilmer 11 ;
Booock 14 ; Maclay 12 ; scultering 35.
On the morning of tho 28th Iloraco Maynard of
T.. v... nn.iii.il..l f..f .l. r... I.v llu. Demn-
oratic and South Amcric m mciiitiers. Tho 22nd bul-
lot was then taken which stood for Sherman 101
Maynard 55. Tho ballanco scattering. On this b il-
lot Sherman wanted only 4 men to eleet him.
Washington Deo. 2u. In the House to-day the
Hull linger A. Pryor of Virginia rose up nn I in
nn eloquent nnd well-delivered speech d fended tho
rights Oi Ihc South in n manner which is seldom ex-
celled. At the coiioluiiou of his speech numerous
fiio- rts gathered around him nnd most heartily e-vn-gialulated
him upon his happy ellbrt. Much enthu-
siasm prevailed during the delivery of tho speech
which was uften interrupted by applause from the
Southern and Northern conservative men nf flic House.
At the conclusion of Mr Pryor's speech Mr. M y-
iia.d took the 1! mr nnd withdrew from the contest as
acandiibitc tor Speaker oi Ihc House giving his rea-
sons in a brief speech. Mr. Charles L. Scott of Ci-l-itbrnia
was nominated as the candidate of the South-
ern and conservative members of the House.
The House then proceeded to the 21 til ballot which
resulted as follows : The whole number of votes cast
was 21 1 ; necessary to a choice 100. Sherman re-
ceived d02 nml Scott K3 ; the rest were scattered
among a largo num! or of members.
Wabuinoton Dec. 30. Both Houses of Congress
met as usual to-day but tho proceedings are entirely
devoid of interest.
No progress was made towards tho organization of
the House no additional ballot having been taken fur
Both Houses adjourned ever to Thursday on no-
count of tho New Year's holiday which is celebrated
at tho North on Monday.
Duel bktwkek mksbks enow and branch. lf-V;A-imjton
Vcc.SX. In the House of Representatives
yesterday Mr. Boyce of South Carolina made a
brilliant speech on tho dangers which threatened the
Union from the principles and organization of the
lleoubiican party. He. at the same tinio ably de
fended the istitutionsand people of the South against
the attacks maHe upon thoin. Tho speech was listened
in UIHIUIVB Illla'IO UIMfU UIVUIl 4v "'V.CI l.CJ iioimv...
towithgreat attention and nl the couclusion Mr.
Boyce was personally congratulated by conservative:
members from both tho North and the Sotih
Subsequently Mr. Hickman of Pennsylvania
moved the plurality rule but it was not received
with much favor
Mr. Clark of Missouri wished first a direct vote
on his resolution declaring that no member who had
endorsed the the Black Republican circular was fit to
preside over their deliberations and insisted that
such direct vote was du to the dignity and character
of the House.
During the debate which finally became quite con-
fused and exc tbg Mr. Grow of Pennsylvania an
plied the vionl " ungentlemanly" to Mr Branch of
North Carol na who immediately demanded a retrac-
tion wh.cn Mr. Grow refused lo make.
Great excitement followed but the difficulty was
aflcrwnrtts supposed to be amicably nettled.
It now lurus out bewever that a direct challenge
has siure passed beiw.-cn the gentlemen.
The House was not in session to-day it having ad-
journed over to Thursday.
Many new combination of parties are rumored
but so far as one can see the prospect of an organi-
inion of the House by -the election cf a Speaker is
as far off as ever.
Messrs Branch and Grow have been arrested npon
iv. rhrm nf intending to Strict a duel.
John O. Clemson is to be appointed to the head of
the Agrieulinrnl Bureau.
Commissioners from South Carolina to Virginia are
rxpected r'lt week. The Scnth Cnro'ina members
r4 ta meet t-n the nl jeet.
The rresil"iii"e Message wes sent to the Senate on
lb morniug of the 27ih and re-l ther -eli a
very l.trj. attendant. H- ixon -
Soul anr a go. d many a eml era uf Ih fl-aiia. Ws
giu a vry full ay ucpaU crth Measi;Ui auotl-.tr
pn of cur piper
tilt worn n viiuvnm- ll'itiii ioa
'.M lull rViiale yealrrday (Thurad ty.) rVna'cr
iieiiiiiiiii ci iriia uiirtv-iucr.i a ion HMama; ap-
pr.UUIi n fmiu lb I floral Treasury loarBla.nl
qiiii a l:iiiifli if Tn inouole I Voluiilrcl. a u-
llmiircl l y Hie Act or t;.n.
l-t'ai-i.i i h-k iiipiaiinnT. HdAii;(
K lare tiuiuhrr cf mail ronlraoit ra fu iu many pi.ti
nlii f a.iii llicil load aerv ice ill bav to Ih) diat u.
Til It SA-1R jNVI-STtllVTINO t'mmiTTr. ' bit
Wu-d ing'i'ii iHiri''p'i"l"iit ul tbn UiliiiuiirFiin
aavi lb.it S i "il"r .Maami' t-miiuitttH) on the liar-'
m'V F ri v pint aro prop arintj l'..r iv very tliiira..g'i
li-.v. sti'..ui.t . Tbn law granted by tho31tli t.t-
.r... tea i i.i riiiniu It '0 t0 I. iw r in nu
I ' i
the iilieinb-i eti and t -siliii"nv m iineea. j
will il is taia ho miiiiuniiiod from a distunco
im that llm friend" of Maj ir 'H1 II t n
.w. or.in intend presenting him wil'i a
..tl ulirxt .rvicu of silver ua il leatlinoiilu i t-i
Iheir biitll hi I erciallon nf M t litrl.v qiialit " .
and iho bi.iii.r blag Ut.ti.iry ba rollooien ul--'"
hi native country. S. Tt. It'lgtr.
Washington Irving leave a largo fortune t.' '"
divided uuiongst bis n-pliews mid niece lot
tho lust eight or ten yo.ir lie lias proluWy ro-tviv.-d
fr on hi k almio mi uvurno aim i.H
inc.iiiio ul ':il.lllll.
Br. Baa'aliiyClIC 1 ale.
i t r l l.i. vi.ii Dnlbis nbiiiit the 1st of February n.-xc.
V an I will remain somo two w three weeks I ar
t .....ii.... i.t l.ia iv.f..i.ii.ii. Persons alllicleil -vitn
tnu l.i t..... - ----- .
.i;J.......r ilwri'it nf iiiiv character may nml lu.u
( 0 ('i-ulchliebl lluuse" whero he will he pie: t-td
..scribo l'-r Hit in. ' 'JS;tf
' t y H'fiiAtvV & UISO.
. jjj.. Huw m.civing on cf the lurrit ttocltot
j ')n.ji JkJici'ici ami Oiocerict ever brou;1
1 W.lUDfWuV r.'rr ronsFrrrs Almond h ;.
) nuts Villi ; V-'iyi fit fruits Haitint I'i'I
Jnilin Currants SfC. ijc for salt at .
W. W. 1'F.AK & V-
; -t"( .. re.V. are now assured that wo h-oe
all they will call for
Come and see uss
W. W. PJ-AK.& BRC-.
. 0r Calaifha still ami tparK-
. j.f uA.Ut jli.Uic ClMmpai'6 Cli nt
.. . va-t fieri y Ac &e.
' ' u '' J W. W. PEAK & BP.0
I.V II s'K Whtut ami lloiir'on U'liitkriiS vt
J W. V. HEAK & MM.
- - " '
L1 J'tarh .Ipple r"'?."''9?lXnnn -'
W iff ( AL'. .
I'latlV ! Floill ! ! ffy '
. t tTu.r.ii.....i.
'V " ZZ'ZlZ ZcaT'f "m
' ' u I" . ... ... .i .... .
uny quantity to suit piirch-ci'-ri. lie s i iocs tlio f
ii i'.iii-ot the puotio it.ri v-;;. pr.-n.t-c to uu irsi -
1 fl-jtir us can bo found any where in itiis i-ni -v.
. (I. t.ii-..MUi;.-s.
C'-v';!(-.-s' .Via 4 aiiln it'et of V.tii.:i
'.H-Siiii... j- ' "l. .1-
7"jTOrdWiN ' H. P. TEA jI'K.
J.5imj & Ti'aatt'
nri-ys il Co -ri-aM'i's t raw. ai '
-;i5'kj:l t il.ul nail Cc.iflir& Sg?ris
TC Al ' I' M AX. thxas.
Wi:i :Ti-iie" ii. liiiiiftwan a' f ' led la1' r i-"uuli'U. All tic-
1'sk Mtrti:-I "I" -Ir ent.jv -it! 0-.' Iti iiroiofi a-trutiiai.
i fl-no tin tie- eiiruet- ot Niialiilifatoli nail Oi-nvu trt'ta.
January 11 lSllo-ZSilf.
TpROM thn undersigned living i miles 8
L V. of Ua las. on tlio i-orr norm rimu.
st . .. . . . ' . i
1l...nnt - r til til.'. ....... Tl.iln TmiO ivlii.n in
rtlHUVmt Pl.vivr. riiiim in.iiv iw.. - -
her forehead; aho.it. 14 1-2 han Is high. -Any person
delivering said mare to me or giving me such infor-
mation that I got her shall bo handsomely rewarded.
B. F. KUGATE.
January 111800 28:tf. '. '
! k 1 1 . o iU'llY Ollfl if !P H If SfJlOOl
I'ttlHI'V ilttUU Itlivi I v-imiiv i.v..v-.-
7 a HE First Term of (his School beg-n on Mondny
January 2d 1800. The Principal respectfully
solicits tho patronage of all persons interested in tho
education of tlio young
1 50 per month for scholars studying tho common
l'nglish branches. Others wili bo charged in pro-
portion to their advancement.
Lacli pupil will bo vlwrgtid extra for fuel Uous.
rent. So. W. K. MESS1CK
28;tf 1 - Principal.
DA M AS TEXAS. -:
JOHN M. CROCKETT. Agent.
The Homestead Fire Insurance
NFW YORK CITY
Will take rlsVa In nnv of the counties of Northern Texal. TBB
Mtn-linnt of Pallns Houston tl Galveston are refcrml I".
offleu on Jiiiin Street next tloor West of the Cnitehftot'l
House. 1-laouary It 1860-28; ly
THE STATE OF T EYAS "
To the Sheriff of jaid Connty or any lawful officer
to execute and return Greeting : '
YOU iub bere'.y owuiuiimded to summon F. L.
Taylor by publication for three successive
weeks in the nearest newspnper'to sntd county ;
to lie ajid appear before mo the undersigned Jus-
tice of tho Penco nt my oflico in the town of
Tclico nt 10 o'clock A. il. on the first Saturday
the day of February 1800 to answer tho com-
complaint of A. D. Jlasijie. in rt pica of debt duo
1 . " 1 .1 1-1-11 v
by account tot one nunareu uoiium.
Ilfircin fuil not and due return make to mcMit
( . T
i my oflico ns tho law rcquirca certifying your nc-
tton thereon uivon unuur my .i"v n.vu..
IVJI E. MUKPHY
Justice of the Peace Ellis Co. Precinct No. 9'
1 do hereby certify that the foregoing is a tr-tn- '
copy of the original writ to mo directed this-
January 3d 1800. jojjjf q WILLIAMS '
Sheriff Ellis cd.
Issued Deo. the 24th 1859 ' .
WM. E. MURPHY J. P. V
Came to hand January 3d lHf.O. and executo
same day by mnilinR a certified copy of this writ
to the Dallas Herald .or pubhcation.
JOHN G. WILLIAMS
Sheriff Ellis cen
38:3t Print. Fee C$. ' - V
"""straw goods . '
HATS CAPS BONNETS
i LOWF.ns. urciiBs &c
FOR SPRING. I860
GEO. W. & JEHIAL RttiL' .
60 Warren nnd 1 0 Clinmteri Sts -NEW
YORK. - .
IMPORTERS MANUFACTURERS AND
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rtipr-.aivi iv rorvn
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