Clipped From The Galveston Daily News
and of a Some or walls or of a There a base. In extending was was which up way OON7.ALES COUNTY. -- The' the 4th instant 'says : "Small bandi; armed men have been seen in the/out skir' fi cf town during the past week, parently in search of some one. Mean time, Sheriff DeWitt has not bfeen idle For BeveTl nights in BtiectjBston lie lia had a ppase of men out, also .in somo one. He received -a . writ from county for .the arrest '.of Georg C. Tennell. He startei in'' pursuit, foimd Tennell a_t thei residence of T3^ Davis;, about six miles from town. ; neH and Davis were both, well annec and refused to surrender. .The Sheril leaving one man to watch .the. house camo to town, " summoned' ' otlm parties, and returned to -Davis' house, but Tepue-ll.'^had made his escape. Uavis was .arrested taken before Justice Johnson, on yester day, wlio hwld him to bail in the $500. - Adjutant-General Bteele through Gonzales on the 2d en route the scene of trouble jn "DeWHt count] - - -Our planters are quiie the late rains. A sufficiency of corn i now secured, aud the..cotton prospect cidedly cUe'ering, No talk of worms.-- Tho peach crop is. not a success-tins - Hacks now run between. and Waelder, to connect with.the f er trains, - 'The Index of tlie 'he crops of both corn and cotton loo well, notwithstanding the fact that tU rain since the long drouth has been no means sufficient.-- r-Trains -will running to Harwood, the nearest point Gonzales, in ten days: -- ^'A road been surveyed directly from Gonzales Waelder, and will soon ba" opened.