McKinney Messenger.

June 18, 1870, Vol. 15, No. 4.
Jas. W. Thomas, Editor.


ADVERTISERS:

To the Ladies we would say that our stock of ladies dress goods is unsurpassed...I. D. NEWSOME & Co.

FOOTE & HERNDON, Wholesale and Retail Druggists, Corner of Front Row, McKinney, Texas.

All Kinds of Lumber! And 500,000 Feet Pine Lumber. Bacon, Flour and Corn, taken in exchange at market prices. STANLEY & Bro.

Wanted. Meal, Flour, Bacon, Lard, Butter, Eggs, Chickens, Tallow, Cotton, Wool, Socks, Jeans, Dry Fruits, Pecans. W. B. LOGAN.

G. W. CAMERON, General Land and Insurance Agent. McKinney, Collin Co., Texas.

Full Lines of Dry Goods, Dress Goods; Notions, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Glass and Queensware all New, Desirable, and Cheap Give us a call. MURRAY & McKINNEY.

J. M. BENGE and N. C. HARRIS respectfully call the attention of their friends and the public generally to their large stock of staple and fancy dry goods.

I. D. NEWSOME & Co. South Side Public Square. Fall and Winter Goods!

Bakers and Confectioners. WALKER & Co., North Side Public Square.

T. H. EMERSON & Co., Bankers and Dealers in Exchange.

W. L. BOYD, McKinney, Tex. Agent for Hall’s Safe and Lock Company.

G. M. WATTS & Isaac SCALF announce that they have started their Mill and will grind corn...

Removal of B. W. RHINE into his new Brick Store. South-East Corner Public Square.

Here now. I am just receiving and opening my new stock of new goods. W. B. LOGAN.

Stop that cough. Are you aware that cough which you are neglecting may result in fatal consumption if some prompt remedy is not used? Why sacrifice your life, when your disease can be cured? Do not Delay, Call at once. Z. E. RANNEY’s, druggist.

J. B. JENKINS and T. C. GOODNER, Attorneys and Counsellors At law.

W. H. ANDREWS and J. L. GRAY, Attorneys at Law, McKinney.

Fresh Arrivals - spring stock of new goods, drugs and patent medicines for sale by HOWELL & ESTES.

J. S. STOVALL Saddle & Harness Shop.

Dastardly Incendiarism – Freedman’s School house Burned.
It is with feelings of sincere regret that we record the destruction, by incendiaries, of the freedmen’s school house, which was situated about one mile to the west of this place, and which, some few weeks since, we took occasion to mention in our columns. The house was a log building, which some of the poor blacks of the vicinity had purchased and paid for out of the hard earnings of their honest toil, and had taken down and hauled a distance of four or five miles, and re-erected on its late site. It was located a half mile from the public road, on a spot chosen for its seclusion, in the hope that the unpretending structure would never offend the eye or ear of any who might feel unfriendly to their race or to its mental and moral improvement. The burning took place last Tuesday night, about midnight, and was the work of an armed party of unknown persons. Whether the incendiaries wore disguises or not we are unable to say, but we learn from a gentleman who was near the scene of the fire, and who formed his opinion from the shooting and other noisy demonstrations made, that quite a number of individuals must have participated in the disgraceful affair. We earnestly call upon the good citizens of this place and vicinity to lend their united efforts to the task of ferreting out and bring to punishment the authors o this wicked and most unprovoked outrage. If this and other outrages of recent occurrences, are to go unrebuked, and their perpetrators unwhipped of justice, the presence of an armed soldiery will speedily become necessary to protect peaceable, law abiding citizens in their lives and property, and to drive from the country the incendiaries, thieves, and assassins that infest it.

A Card from Sheriff Bush.
To the people of Collin county: Having been elected Sheriff of your county, it becomes my duty to make arrests of all violators of the law, and to see to the preservation of the public peace. The enforcement of the law is at all times important, but if more important at one time than another, now is the important time. I am determined to discharge my duties faithfully, fearlessly, and impartially. As Sheriff I know neither politics nor color, friend nor foe, but will do my duty for and against all alike. To be successful, I must have the cooperation of the law abiding citizens and I call upon all without distinction, to aid me to accomplish the common good in the suppression of crime. Information is often of the most important service, and when given to me by any person who may for any reason desire that he be not known, I shall always refrain from divulging his connection with it. I have had occasion within a few days past to call upon some of you to aid in investigating an affair that created suspicion and found a prompt response. Indeed I have had no occasion to complain. I have assurances of aid from the very best men of the county, and I make this appeal to you in the full belief that you will give me your hearty cooperation. W. N. BUSH.

To The Public.
I propose to raise by subscription, a small sum for the purpose of enabling the blacks of this vicinity to rebuild their school house. All persons who wish to contribute, are requested to call upon me at my office. Jas. W. THOMAS.

COLLIN COUNTY ESTRAYS.

Taken up by Harriet DAVIS and estrayed before S. GLENN, J. P., Collin county, one gray mare...

Taken up by A. ENLOE and estrayed before R. C. WHITE, one black horse....

One Bay Pony Mare.. Posted by J. B. FRANKLIN before W. H. TAYLOR...

One work ox, red and white spotted, Posted by Wm. H. FRANKLIN, before W. H. TAYLOR...

One brown pony horse, posted by Hiram STANFORD before W. H. TAYLOR....

One sorrel horse, posted by James A. BRUMETT, before W. H. TAYLOR...

One sorrel horse, posted by L. J. RIKE before W. H. TAYLOR...

One roan pony horse posted by S. P. BURNES before W. H. TAYLOR...

One sorrel horse, posted by J. J. WOMBLE before W. H. TAYLOR...

One sorrel horse, posted by David O’BRIEN before R. C. WHITE...

One dun male, posted by P. C. CLARK before E. B. DISHMAN...

One bay pony posted by G. A. WILSON before R. C. WHITE...

One dark bay horse, posted by A. J. LEWIS before R. C. WHITE...

One chestnut sorrel mare, posted by P. E. BURGIS before R. C. WHITE...

LOCAL.

It gives us great pleasure to say that our newly elected sheriff, Mr. W. N. BUSH, is displaying commendable zeal and industry in discharging the duties of his office, duties at all times arduous but especially so at the present juncture. Mr. BUSH is not of our political faith [Republican], but we are not afraid to do him justice.

A report brought to town last Wednesday morning to the effect that a man had been beaten to death with clubs, in East Fork bottom, created for a time no little excitement among our citizens....after a long search for the body and a careful examination of all the ‘sign’ visible, consisting of hair, blood, and confused footprints, the conclusion was reached that some person or persons unknown had killed a hog in the bottom and dragged it to the highlands. The excitement has subsided.

Our fellow townsman, Judge GRAY, returned from Austin by way of Jefferson, a few days since.

Assignee’s Notice.
James WETSEL, Bankrupt vs. Creditors in Bankruptcy. Notice is hereby given that a third meeting of the creditors in the above case will be held.... .D. M. HOCKER, Assignee.




McKinney Messenger.

July 16, 1870, Vol. 15, No. 8. Jas. W. Thomas, Editor.

ADVERTISERS:

FOOTE & HERNDON, Wholesale and Retail Druggists, Corner of Front Row, McKinney, Texas.

All Kinds of Lumber! And 500,000 Feet Pine Lumber. Bacon, Flour and Corn, taken in exchange at market prices. STANLEY & Bro.

Wanted. Meal, Flour, Bacon, Lard, Butter, Eggs, Chickens, Tallow, Cotton, Wool, Socks, Jeans, Dry Fruits, Pecans. W. B. LOGAN.

G. W. CAMERON, General Land and Insurance Agent. McKinney, Collin Co., Texas.

Full Lines of Dry Goods, Dress Goods; Notions, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Glass and Queensware all New, Desirable, and Cheap Give us a call. MURRAY & McKINNEY.

J. M. BENGE and N. C. HARRIS respectfully call the attention of their friends and the public generally to their large stock of staple and fancy dry goods.

I. D. NEWSOME & Co. South Side Public Square. Fall and Winter Goods!

Bakers and Confectioners. WALKER & Co., North Side Public Square.

T. H. EMERSON & Co., Bankers and Dealers in Exchange.

W. L. BOYD, McKinney, Tex. Agent for Hall’s Safe and Lock Company.

G. M. WATTS & Isaac SCALF announce that they have started their Mill and will grind corn...

Removal of B. W. RHINE into his new Brick Store. South-East Corner Public Square.

Here now. I am just receiving and opening my new stock of new goods. W. B. LOGAN.

Stop that cough. Are you aware that cough which you are neglecting may result in fatal consumption if some prompt remedy is not used? Why sacrifice your life, when your disease can be cured? Do not Delay, Call at once. Z. E. RANNEY’s, druggist.

J. B. JENKINS and T. C. GOODNER, Attorneys and Counsellors At law.

W. H. ANDREWS and J. L. GRAY, Attorneys at Law, McKinney.

Praiseworthy. It gives us very great pleasure to record the fact that citizens of this place, irrespective of party, have contributed a sum sufficient to enable the freedmen of this vicinity to build another school house in lieu of the one destroyed by incendiaries a few weeks since. Such conduct is worthy of all praise, and we commend it to the imitation of citizens generally. If all our people would consent to banish prejudice, and for the future be governed by what from their better natures they know to be right, the effect would be as magical as the pouring of oil on troubled waters. The bitterness engendered by the past would disappear like mist before the rising sun, and we should quickly have reestablished those kindly relations, and that mutual confidence and forbearance, which should ever characterize the citizens of our common country. Try it, all ye people and witness for yourselves the wonderful results.

Pluck. Since the fire, Mr. HUBBARD, the energetic teacher of the freedmen’s school near town, has been meeting his pupils under a large shade tree in the vicinity of the place where the school house stood, and where the blacks purpose erecting a new one soon. Such pluck is commendable, and is almost sure to win in the end. We hope the teacher will continue to persevere, and that his school will prove a success, and a great benefit to the colored people of the neighborhood.

MARRIED. On the 6th inst. By Rev. J. C. BUMPASS at the residence of the bride’s father, Alexander SHIELDS and Elizabeth WOLF, all of this county.

COLLIN COUNTY ESTRAYS.

One bay mare, 10 years old.... estrayed by J. W. BONE before A. J. TAYLOR.

Attention Builders. Propositions will be received until the 23 inst for building a fire proof brick house. .... the plan can be seen at the store room of J. H. ALLISON & Co., [Signed] Buford HENRY, S. BOWLBY, H. C. HERNDON, L. WETSEL, R. D. ALLISON.

LIST OF LETTERS.[Many of the surnames in this lengthy list are too light on the microfilm to read – this is particularly true with the surnames beginning with H and M . ]

Remaining in the Post Office at McKinney, Texas, July 1870, which if not called for in three months will be sent to the Dead Letter Office, Washington, D.C.
ARMSTRONG, M. J. ARMS, C.T. AMERSON, N.M. ADAMSON, Susan F. ALEXANDER, George ADAMSON, Mary J. ASTON, Jas. A. ALDERMAN, Anderson ALLEN, Selina (col) ANDERSON, William ANDERSON, J. ANDREWS, Sarah ARMSTRONG, F.M. ARMSTRONG, CURTIS W. ANDERSON, J.A. ALLMOND, Fanny M. ADAMSON, Larkin ALDERMAN, Wm.A. ALLEN, John AGEE, John C. BRYANT, C. R. BATES, Aurora BROWN, W. J. BIRD, Charles BOX, [unreadable] BURNS, Ellen BUCHANAN, Eliza BATES, P. BOYD, M. M. BRADY, W. H. BOWMAN, Charles W. BROWN, Elizabeth BIGGS, M. A. BRUCE, A. BAGLEY, Amanda BAGLEY, W. M. BARTON, Jas. K. BARNETT, Kate BECKLY, Jas. P. BRADY, Issac CANADA, [unreadable] COX, Thomas CHAPMAN, J. CAR???CK, Thos. B. CLARK, M. F. COOK, E. J. CUNNINGHAM, A.G. CONNALLY, Drury CARY[?], S. H. COLLINS, James C. COLLIER, John CRABTREE, Elijah F. COFFMAN, George CONNER, Margaret L. CLANTON, T. H. COREY [CUREY?], Edward L. CALDWELL, Daniel CALDWELL, Perry C. COOK, S. COOK, R. A. CARTER, Elizabeth CHATMAN, James COMINS, Dock J. F. COOK, Maria COOK, P. J. DUNCAN, R. L. DUKE, F. M. & Co. DICKEY, John S. DONNELL, Josie DI?L, James O. Muncy DUNN, Jennie DORR, Wm. P. DICKERSON, S. R.[B.?] DUNCAN, Mary E. BENGE, A. R. DUNKIN, Amanda DENTON, J. B. DUMAS, D. H. DICKERSON, Brady DANIEL, J. A. DUNCAN, Robert DANIELS, F.[E.?] B. DAVIS, John M. DAVIS, James DAVIS, Wm. H. EBERT, George EULESS, Adam EWING, A. M. EVANS, J. F. FORD [?], Washington FRIER, J. M. FROST, Benjamin FOSTER, Thomas FAULKNER, Robt. FINN, D. C. FRYER, J. M. GRAHAM, Addison GANSTREAM [sic] , F. D. GARVIN, Thos. H. GORDON, Miss S. GATES, George R. GREENE, M. J. GRAHAM, Vie [Vic ?] GIBSON, John F. GRAY, J. J. GENTRY, M. W. GLASS, E. W. GLANVILLE, C. C. GREENLEE, N. S. GOODE, Hawkins or B. GORDON, John GRIFFEN, Elizabeth GR?HAM, Jacob H??LAND, Richard F. HUNTER, G. W. HILL, Thos. H. B.. HASTINGS, John M. HOLSONBACK [?], D. L. HYDE, Richard W. HENDREX, John HOLMES, Lucy S. HASTING, Jeremiah W. HAYS, Anna HARPOLE, R. J. HASTON[HUSTON?], Adam HARDIN, William HARRIS, W. J. HILL, Thos H. B. HA?S, Fannie HOBBS, Mrs. W. N. HARRISON, W. H. HANCOCK, J. K. HOLMES, Wm. F. HIDE, Richard W. HAYDEN, A. HORSLY, Wm. HOLMES, O. C. HARRISON, Mollie HUBBARD, Noah HAK?, Richard HENKLE, Jane LONG, Wm. HENSON, Alfred HORN, Chas. W. HUTTON, Na???? HINES, J. E. HARRIS, Wm. HARPER, Robt. J. HENNING [?] Frank HOLMES, Lucy HOLMES, Lucie HOLLAND, Dick HENSON, Alfred HEN???????, W. F. HUDDLESTON, Lafayette IVY, B. F. JOHNSON, Thomas A. JOHNSON, S. A. JONES, Martha I. JONES, Mrs. Hessa JONES, Simeon JONES, A. R. JONES, J. C. JONES, C. JONES, A. JOHNSTON[?], J. Alonzo JACKSON, Carroll JACQUES, Monsieur JOHNSON, D. C. JOHNSON, E. R. JOHNSON, M. A. KING, Will T. KEY, T. C. KING, H. H. KENNEDY, Geo. KENNEDY, I. H. LILLARD, John M. LITTLE, Narcissus (col) LOVELACE, J. M. LINDSAY, David LAWSON, Charlie LOCKWOOD, H. M. LILLARD, Miss Maggie LEONARD, M. D. LEWELLYN, N. J. LEWELLYN, Mrs. ??? LEWIS, Charles LENNOX, Mrs. A. J. LARRIMORE, Cammel LOWRY, A. MOORE, J. R. MORRIS, Jesse A. McHENERY, James McHARPER, J. J. MARTIN, Mrs. Julia MANKINES, L. B. McCULLEY, M. MORRIS, Mrs. MERITT, J. MEGER, Wm. MOORE, Charlotte MILLICAN, F. M. McCLENDON, John McCRARY, John McFADIN, J. W. McKINNEY, John M. McKINNEY, Wm. MORGAN, Catherine McDONALD, M. J. McCUISTON[?], Jas. T. MARTIN, J. H. Mc????HLAND, Martha McFENDON, P. A. McCALSTOR, Miss B. MADDOX, Wm. McGEE, John B. McKINNON, John McCULLA, W. A. MURRAY, Mrs. Delta A. McGREW, Jas. M. MORRISON, Cymantha McCORKLE, Lucretia MERITT, J. M. Mc, T. MANZY, C. G. MORROW, Ellen MILLICAN, F. M. MARTIN, Julia a. McMILLER, George McCOLEY, ? NATE, T. J. NOBLE, F. M. NUGENT, Robert J. NOISSOM, J. T. NESTER, R. J. NULLEY, E. D. NOUSBAN, George NELSON, Seth NAYLOR, J. D. OLIVER, James O’CONNER, George W. OGLESY, H. P. OWEN, Mary Jane OWEN, R. R. PERRY, Mary PORTER, Wm. PATTON, John M. PRUIN, John S. PULLIAM, Samson POTTS, Charles PULLIAM, Dr. J. A. or Dr. HUBBARD PATTON, Dr. C. C. PRICE, T. C. PATTERSON, Jackson PITMAN, Ann PHELPS, W. W. PATTERSON, Thos. A. QUISENBERRY, Thompson R[T?]UCKER, Martha REAVES, John READY, Nancy RICH, S. J. ROSENSTRAUS, Mr. READ, N. E. REED, Charles REAVES, A. B. ROBERTS, Nathan B. RICHARDSON, Mrs. RECOR, Chas. RICE, C. Y. RICE, Caroline RUSSELL, Joseph RESOP, James RATTEN, Thomas ROGERS, William RUNNELS, R. ROWLAND, C. REED, James W. READ, Charley RUDIONT[?], Isabella ROGERS, J. R. ROSENBERG, M. REEVES, Anna J. RATTAN, Millie RICHARDS, W. T. RUSSELL, J. V. REDROSE, Susan SIMONDS, L. M. SMITH, Mrs. L. E. SCOTT, Laura STONE, J. W. SMITH, Belle STEWART, S. M. SWENEY, Joseph STAMPER, Conley STREMBER, Rev. M. SMITH, Amanda C. SHMP [sic], S. M. SHIRLEY, T. E. SAMMONDS, Josephine SNIDER, J. P. SAMPTER, Henry SPRINGER, Henry K. SHELBY, George SMITH, Catharine SHOOK, Mary SUTTON, Calvin SHEFFIELD, Sam STITH, Mr. STANFORD, J. R. STEELE, Henry A. STEWARD, John F. SMITH, John L. D. SHANKS, Eliz. SMITH, L. E. SAIDER, Martin SMITH, Leonard C. SMITH, Isaac SEMP, G.W. STEWART, Rutus STAMBAUGH, Sam THOMPSON, Esq. THOMPSON, R.P. THOMPSON, John D. TURNER, Mrs. H. THOMAS, H. THOMAS, Walter TURNER, Charles E. THORUBER[?], John TEEL, Wm. THREET, Robert TUCKER, L. M. TOMLINSON, James TAYLOR, Dr. THOMPSON, A. THOMPSON, N. G. THOMAS, Patsy or Rosa TALKINGTON, Mack TUCKER, A. J. TURNBILL, John TURNER, Thomas P. TURNBILL, Anna M. TEEL, W. M. TREMBLE, R. F. P. TUCKER, Jas. M. TURNER, R. TILER, Jacob VACLEE [?], Mr. VAUGHAN, John T. VANBUREN, Mr. W. H. VAUGHAN, Thompson VAUGHN, John VANWINKLE, Michael VAUGHAN, Charlie VER.????ES, Margaret VANDAMORE, E. P. WILSON, Miss Addie WATKINS, Green WELLS, J. R. WHITE, William WEBSTER, Wm. WILSON, Dr. S. H. WALKER, Mary WALL, Mr. W. WILLIAMS, Thos. WALLACE, Robert WYSONG, Helen WALKER, Alfred WOOD, Thomas WILSON, Emiliza (col) WAGGONER, W. T. WILSON, M. A. WEAVER, William WILKES, W. F. WEAVER, W. W. WRIGHT, Margaret WILKES, Milley WEST, Dr. T. M. WILLIAMS, Mollie WILLISON, Susan WILLIAMSON, Jesse M. WHITLEY, Thomas WHITE, Mrs. N. W. WALKER, Dane WASH, Joseph WHARTON, John WYSONG, Charles WALLS, Lydia WILLIAMSON, Wm. H. WHEELER, John T. YEARY, Margaret YOUNG, John G. YOUNG, WESLEY YAGER, J. T. YEARY, Melvine YOUNG, Jacob YEARY, Mary L. YOUNG, Thomas YARNALL, John & E. ZUMWALT, Joshua ZINGEE, Benjamin ZILHART, B. W. ZILHART, Susan
Farm for Sale. A small farm of 133 acres with dwelling house, six miles south of town, on the road leading to Dallas; all under fence; about 65 acres in cultivation, of which about 30 are in corn and 18 in cotton. A bargain can be had if application be made immediately. Apply at the Messenger office.


McKinney Messenger.

May 13, 1871, Vol. 15, No. 50.
Jas. W. Thomas, Editor.


ADVERTISERS:

FOOTE & HERNDON, Wholesale and Retail Druggists, Corner of Front Row, McKinney, Texas.

All Kinds of Lumber! And 500,000 Feet Pine Lumber. Bacon, Flour and Corn, taken in exchange at market prices. STANLEY & Bro.

Wanted. Meal, Flour, Bacon, Lard, Butter, Eggs, Chickens, Tallow, Cotton, Wool, Socks, Jeans, Dry Fruits, Pecans. W. B. LOGAN.

G. W. CAMERON, General Land and Insurance Agent. McKinney, Collin Co., Texas.

Full Lines of Dry Goods, Dress Goods; Notions, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Glass and Queensware all New, Desirable, and Cheap Give us a call. MURRAY & McKINNEY.

J. M. BENGE and N. C. HARRIS respectfully call the attention of their friends and the public generally to their large stock of staple and fancy dry goods.

I. D. NEWSOME & Co. South Side Public Square. Fall and Winter Goods!

Bakers and Confectioners. WALKER & Co., North Side Public Square.

T. H. EMERSON & Co., Bankers and Dealers in Exchange.

W. L. BOYD, McKinney, Tex. Agent for Hall’s Safe and Lock Company.

G. M. WATTS & Isaac SCALF announce that they have started their Mill and will grind corn...

Removal of B. W. RHINE into his new Brick Store. South-East Corner Public Square.

Here now. I am just receiving and opening my new stock of new goods. W. B. LOGAN.

Stop that cough. Are you aware that cough which you are neglecting may result in fatal consumption if some prompt remedy is not used? Why sacrifice your life, when your disease can be cured? Do not Delay, Call at once. Z. E. RANNEY’s, druggist.

LOCAL.

Messrs. BORNSTEIN & Co., lately of Sherman, have brought a stock of goods to this place and opened them in the ALLISON building, where they will be pleased to wait on all who will favor them with a call.

Mr. H. C. HERNDON, of the firm of FOOTE & HERNDON, druggists of this place, has presented us with a bottle of Texas Tonic Bitters, prepared by Dr. G. A. FOOTE. It is claimed for these bitters that they are entirely vegetable, and quite useful in the cure of the various diseases peculiar to a southern climate, such as fever and ague, billious or remittent fevers, dyspepsia, also that they are a positive preventive of all malarial diseases. For sale at FOOTE & HERNDON’s.

Some one, most probably Mr. EWING, has sent us a copy of the Daily Quincy (Ill.) Herald, of the 28th ult. Which contains a lengthy account of Mr. EWING’s visit to Texas, an account of the identification of the clothing taken from the body found in this county, and convincing proof that the body found was that of Jas. P. GOLDEN. The Herald says that BALLOU will be brought here in time for trial at the July term of our District Court.

I. O. O. F. Empire Lodge No. 68...meets every Monday evening at 6 ½ o’clock. J. H. FOSTER, N.G.; J. R. PARKER, R.S.

NOTICES.

Sheriff’s Sale. By virtue of an order of sale issued out of the District Court of Collin county, in favor of James JEFFRIES vs Robert FITZHUGH, dated May 5th 1871, I will proceed to sell to the highest bidder....two lots of land of 29 acres each, part of the survey of Wiley JONES, assignee of Joseph H. LONG in Collin county on the East Fork of Trinity.....[Signed] W. N. BUSH , Sheriff by S. K. RUDOLPH, Deputy.

William LUPTON et als, vs. The Heirs of Wm. C. WARD, and Gilbert CLARK. The defendants in the above entitled case, will take notice that on or after the expiration of thirty days....a commission will be issued to take the answers of James G. HOLLOWAY, who resides in the county of Bowie, State of Texas to certain interrogatories propounded to him by the plaintiffs in said suit, which interrogatories are now on file in my office. Witness. J. M. BENGE, Clerk.

To all persons interested in the Estate of Thomas ADAMSON, deceased. Notice is hereby given that Larkin ADAMSON, Administrator of the Estate of Thomas ADAMSON, deceased has filed his account and vouchers for final settlement of said Estate..... J. M. BENGE, Clerk.

Notice is hereby given that all persons holding moneyed claims or other demands against the Estate of R. J. QUISENBERRY, are required to present the same.... A. E. QUISENBERRY, Admr.

To all persons interested in the Administration of the estate of K. F. ROMMELY, deceased... notice is hereby given that W. H. ANDREWS, Executor of the estate of K. F. ROMMELY, deceased has filed his account and vouchers for final settlement of said Estate...

COLLIN COUNTY ESTRAYS.

Taken up by David ROGERS and estrayed before J. S. HELMS, one chestnut sorrel mare...

Taken up by T. ARMSTRONG, and appraised before J. M. WILCOX, one bay horse....

Taken up by J. F. WILKINS and posted before J. M. WILCOX, one light bay mare...

Taken up by A. SHIRLEY and estrayed before R. C. WHITE, one bay horse....

Taken up by A. H. SHIRLEY and estrayed before R. C. WHITE, one work ox...

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