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A MCOTt'HH IN'M t IIXVEST
Ob taa lrlli laetloa aad the
l4ger'a Ihleago t'orrrs
onIDU Editor Lidqkr: Your Chicago
correspondent in yesterday, iseut en-
rUeton to eompensato lor wetknesi
of argument by atrengtii of l.tiguigt,
tnd unfortunately, ht only luooeedt in
being frothy. England and everthing
English mty be, s be tajs, in t very
bad way, bat certainly such a farrago
of lenielest and utterly oontemptible
phrasci aa bit "spirited response"
wo lid find a place in -do respectable
newspaptr from John O'Groata to
Land's End. Ordinary deccnoy in
tht matter of language ootts nothing,
bat, like various other inexpensive
items the commonest of (ease, for
instanoe it is oonspicuous by its ah
tenoe from the wordy tffuaion of this
ireful Hibernian. I have no wish
to enter into the merits ol this
qnestion, but only desire as a constant
reader of tht Lkhuk a to protest
against the publication of tirades that
are a disgrace to tho language we
apeak, and do nothing but barm to the
cause ol Ireland. Doubtless England
has done wrong and Ireland has been
wronged, but nowhere is there a
stronger desire that right should be
done, not only in Ireland, but in ludia
and other British dependencies, than
in the hearts of the English people ol
to-day. If individuals and party or
gans sometimes uio expressions that
seem to belie this feeling, it is because
the waywardness of one Irish party,
and the brutality of another, beget an
anger at variance with their real desire
for justice. The wrongs oi centuries
cannot be rectified in a day, but not
withstanding the effjrts cl
so-called "friends" of Ireland
to stem the tide of reform, sooner
or later they will be rectified. Mean
while "Nayr," instead of belching
forth such filth as defiled your col
nmni yesterday, might persuade his
countrymen to return to Parliament
intelligent reformers, instead ol the
shallow agitators and antiquated to
ties, they tend up at present, and thus
assist tht cause he has at heart.
As for the case of U'Donncll, to an
mpartial observer, it appears simple.
If it it expsdient that in certain cues
private individuals be allowed with
impunity to override the law and ad.
minister justice with their own banc's,
then O'Donnell ought to be in the
enjoyment ol life and liberty to day,
If on the other band, the law is to be
observed by every citizen, no matter
how deeply he may feel its injustice,
then is O'Donnell'. sentence justified.
Though he was in a sense the instru
ment ol justioe, be was the victim of
a just law be overstepped. Justice
demanded tht dosth ol Carey; law that
of O'Donnell. Tht latter men get
here; the former, let us hops, the;
A Disgusted Scotchman,
Jlemph..-, Dec, 80, 18s3.
A Worthy and Happy Newly
Mr. Julius A. Pollock, who was
married to Mrs. Maggie B. Capehart,
at the residence of Mr. Oeorge Munch
on Walnut street, by Rev. A. W.
Lamar, December 12:h, took a bridal
trip to New Orleans, this being the
trsttimt that either of them hid ever
. seen the Crescent City. They went
by rail and returned by boat just in
time for Christmas, and of eourse en
joyed their tour as only sensible and
newly married people cm. The mar
riage was a quiet, though not unci,
peoted event by the many friends of
the worthy couple only a few per
sons, and they near relatives, were
present as guests oi the occasion. Mr.
Pollock is a well known and highly
esteemed citizen. lie has lived here
sioot his boyhood, and by his strict
business habits, upright conduct and
fair dealing in the transactions of
everyday life has won the rcspict and
good will of all who knew him. He
has married an excelknt and a rtfincd
Christian lady, who will doubtless
bring much happiness and tranquil
domestic joy to his heart and home.
The best wishes ol hundreds of friends
art extended to them throuth the
LEIMJE&, in addition to tho shower of
congratulations that have poured in
open Mr. Pollock from his street and
business friends ever since his return
Tk PUBLIC LEDGER Job
Printing Office and Bindery is
now located at 17 Union ttrcH and
ready for all business offering.
MH. noitKMovN onniriEK.
UarinoolonH Working llxprried
-I tie I'ullry ot lliv .Kt-puu-IIi-bum.
Bfieciel to tli Cuatiur Juirtul.
Waihinuton, December Mr.
Morrison is quoted as saying, since hit
annnlntmant aa f'tiairman rd the nnm
mittte, that had the reuoronvndatiunt
(Hint J arm lomni anoti attlie lai
leaainn. for e ridi,.tu,n nl '.'i ni-r n.ni
been honostly ca.ried out, hv and
mote won think with uiiu worn,, li.vc
been nrainst anv lurtbcr amtaciuD ni
tho tariff at. tttia eAatfion. It ia vn,.
generally aooepted that the policy ol
tfuuge xwuey ana tne ouur protectionist-
nf the Kenulilican njinorilv nl
the oommittee will be one entirely ot
a delay and obstruction, incy wi
Jo. ft li !nw tn .a.i.t in , lie niaaann,!
proper Revenue Reform Dill, eueh a
tuw country iieeaa sau uesires, out
vrriointr io mate it uunoxious ant
turoeptible of otitieism. Already de
liberal misrijnrcHi'nlalinna nl tlm irv
(ition ot the majority of the oommittee
and its purposes have been widely
umeminaica Dy me protootmn inter
ests'. It is the opiuion of Mr. Morri
ton that tbt majority of tho ootnuiittee
will tot in harmony, so that he doc
not apprehend any difiioulty beyond
Ui of the ordinary oharaotor, so lar
as I hey art conoorned.
n$ PUBLIC LEDGER Job
Printing Ofict and Bindery it
now lofated at 17 Union tired and
ready for all businesi offering.
A SPOTTED FIRE-BUG.
Tht Km Who Ltughi Whil tht
ritmoi are JUging.
Hemarhabl Colacldeaeea Kela
lt by aa Iaaraar Haa Hw
RerBl Kaahvllle llm are
Aa insurance man noted for his
public spirit had a ebat with an
American reporter last night, in
whioh be related tome ery important
tacts in oonneetion with the late fires.
He insisted, that in view of the fact
that eighteen of tht thirty out fires
whioh have occurred sinoe November
13, broke out between midnight tnd
daylight, and generally occurred in
pairs, was evidence to the Board of
Publio Works and others who were
investigating tht oiroumstances. that
tnere was a persistent fire bug, who
was acquainted with the condition
ol the department, and made a study
ui wying to are places diHuuIt ol
access or where water iu hunt m ri
"Have you anv idea as to who the
ure-oug ler asked tue reporter.
V ell, they have at last spotted a
eertain man. Now, of course you
Want tO knOW hnw . mma In .iwt
him. I will tell you, but will have to
recall to your mind some tacts con
nected With the Utn firna in Nnrlh
Nashville to show you the reasons for
resting suoh rrave suspicions on one
"Ton remember the firt series of
tnat bunch ot bres was on south Mar
ket street, near the uti.iet nar atuliln
The firemen bad hardly gotten through
with and put the engines in the house
when (about 1 a.m.) an alarm sounded
from box 45 North Nashville. I for
got to tell you, however, that the key
hole to the nearest box (No. 50') to the
South Market street fire was stopped
ap with wooden pegs and had to be
picked out by the polioe belore they
oould give the alarm. Box 45, from
which tht alarm in North Nashville
had to be given was also stopped up
with wooden pegs, .which had to be
duT out by the polioe. If I remember
right tbey had to give the alarui by
telephone, i'ou can now commence
to see the point. Supposing the fire
department to be busily engaged in
South Nashville putting out a fire; the
fire fiend walks to North Nashville,
and in the dark hour before the dawn,
plugs up the key hole to box 45. lie
then sets John .Smith's house afire.
Fortunately the Chief of the Fire De
partment had sent the North Nash
ville engine back, as soon as the South
Nashville fire was ubder' control.
Smith's house was soon put out by
this engine, but while the Lea was
playing on the fire the following con
versation oocurred be'ween one of the
firemen and the su-pected man:
"'How did you get along with the
South Nashville lire ?"
F'ireman " 'Well enough; we put
it out in a short time to get into bed
when they telephoned us to come out
'"That's a new kind of fire alarm,
ain't it? Did it work well?'
Fireman "It worked well enough
this time, but mieht not (he neit '
' 'You will got one the next time
yon won t put out so easy.
This was said in a costive, forced
manner with an ominous look and
contracted eyebrows. The conae
quencewas. when the matter and the
man's manner was reported to Chief
Meadors, it set him to thinking.
"The next nieht. as anon ih
Chief got to Pat Walsh's fire and got
it under control, he ordered the
North Nashville engines and South
Nashville engines back to the houses,
thinking it best nit to have all of the
nose played out at one time Now, I
was at this fire at Wa'sh's myself, and
I'll tell you what I taw. I ran np
stairs with Meadors, and we found
the door opening from Walsh's store
room (up stairs) on the hallway opn.
There were three barrels of whisky
bluing, tnd the fire was burning
among inese aione. work ot an in
cendiary ' laid the Chief as soon as be
saw it. Now, everybody knows that a
fire among barrela of whisky well ig
nited is tht very hardest kind of a fire
to put out. By prompt action and
deluging the flame with the big
neaiu irom mi oiamese nose the nre
was put out What next? Tha l.i
two engines had not left the scene of
this cootligratioo when an alarm was
sounded from box No. 411. The Chief
told me to look at a certain m-.n at
Walsh's fire. I went out to the fire at
the Half Way House. Who Bhould
I see standing where the crowd was
thickest but ti e man the Chief had
pointed out at the Cherry street fire.
Ibis 1 found ont tinct is the man
suspected of being the fire fiend.
"What did we have the next night?
A fire in West Nashville. What
ncxi' By the time b engines got
back into the houses a telephonic dis
patch: 'Shaefer's lumber yard on fire.'
The by this time well anotte A fir. hn
stood grinning as he watched both
fires. Next night the fire department
had just got in the bouse alter putting
out a small fire. A telephone dis
patch from Shaefer's mill: 'Key hole
to box No. 45 stupped up with lead.
Fire in Shaeler's lumber vard.' What
nex'? The bur on hand in tha Inm-
ber yard asking questions of the fire
ihese Oircumstancesare all cWlv
connected, but theie are others that
show a method in the proceedings.
The fire at Mr. ilowill's store was
plainly the work of an incendiary
fbe Firt Chief, when aakerl rm,i it
by the insurance men, took tome ol
them down there and pointed out the
oondition of the plane where the fire
began in the basement, and tht deduo
tionrfroin what was seen there made
it clear that it was dene hyadeliberate
What about the Pendleton,
Thomas k Co. fire? vnu ask I think
that was as self evident a case ol
uenuisn incendiarism as I over came
across, and I am free to say Andy
Metiers airreet with one Of all
pi noes in this eily that a fire would
dety the effurts of the department to
put it out, that was the place. There
wa a deep cellar filled with the most
inrlaiuuuble and unquenchable sub
atanoes, onoe fired, in ibewoild, oil
and Hpitiu, a hun Ired and more bir
rcis. no way to reach the flames but
through a Bniall opening in the front,
where the burnins lake ol oil scut np
solid oolumns of flames fifty feet high,
the fUmea so fierce in tront that the
firemen could aoaroely approach the
uuuinuK. coining but the fact that
that fire was drowned out
quenched, ever sved that block.' The
ure nonq was more with tho same s.r
donio grin on bisoountonaoca "
"Do jou connect the fire on Cbu.ch
,,,re,ct Illuri"ly uight,with the doings
of ihj fire fiend?" axkod the scribe.
"1 do not," replied the insurance
man. '"Ihe noods were insured for
ll.WH), and I have heard the stock es
timawu at lrora T.tW to IKK). 1 noticed
wucn ivisucattie scmoofthe con
notation yesterday, that there was t
hole burned throuith the floor that
luuaeu as u it oomineoocd from the
stove. Homo of the
quickly, while others nearer the door
id uui muon ourned. Hut that was
not the work o! the wholesalo fire fiend.
1 have acknowledged that he was out
of tnwn last night."
"Have you heard," asked the re
porter, "anythiog about a secret vigi
lance committee having been formed
n aorlh Nashvillo lor the purposo ot
lynching the fire fiend, if they caught
VV,;t,1WM ,ott" talk of that kind,
and 1 une'eratand the rope was bought
to do the work with, end the lamp
post soleoU-d. I think if the firemen
had oaught him the night they had to
throw down those thirty foct piles ol
walnut lumber, plank by plank, they
would have tied him to the fn nn Ann
played the Lea hose on him until he
was iroien to death,
Mr, John Sartain recentlv wrote t,T
his view ot Mr. llanisoh's model of
tie statue or tamoun which is to be
placed on tht talbouu monument in
Charleston, 8. C. : "My first imprm
lion was pleasurable surprise; surpise
at tbt magnitude of tbt work and
pitaasrt at the style and character ol
its execution. The action of tht right
hand and the expression of the faoe
convey the idet ot a mat reasoning
oloselr. Ha appears to havt ris:n
from nit chair and to be in the tot of
addressing an andience. The weight
of his body is thrown obietly on the
right leg, and the left it tdvanoed for
ward in an easy position aid bent at
tht knee, of course. The face is
wrought to an artistie finisb, snd I
judge must be t good likeness, from
the conception I have formed from
portraits said to be good. The drap
ery is gracefully disposed, and with a
tree and bold execution, so important
for effect, especially ia large work."
Jeaiah iavia' rroable.
Joeiah Davit, No. Hiddletown, Ky.
I mm m,w ninir m Knv nt vmir Henrv'l
Caritolte Salve upon an ulcer, which, for
the past ten days, has given me great pain.
ThU salve is the only remedy 1 hi
ttuina tnat has given me any ease, sty
ulcer was caused try vancoee veins, ana
was pronounced ineurnble by my medi
cal dx tora. 1 find, however, that Hen
ry Carbolic Salve is effecting a cure.
Beware of counterfeits.
Anderaoa aa "Ualatea."
Without attemotin any compari
son between Mrs. Kendal and the
young American actress, it may at
once be stated that tht latter rave tn
interesting and original rendition of
'flkl Aa tha walvAt Mtiptaina
drawn aside disclosed the tnowy statue
on its pedestal, in a pose of classic
beauty, it seemed hard to believe that
such sculptural forms, the delicate
features, the fine ' arms, the graoelul
figure, eould be of any other material
t han marble. The gradual awakening
to life, 'he joy and wonder of the
bright young oreature, to whom exist
tjee is still a mystery, were oharming
Iv indicated: and when Miss Anderson
stepped forward slowly in bersolt
clinging draperies, with her pretty
brown hair lightly powdered, the eat
isfied the most fastidiously eritieal
sense of beauty. "Galatea," as Miss
Anderson understands ber, it statu
esque; but "Galatea" is also a woman,
perfect in the purity of ideal woman
hood. The chief characteristics of
her nature are innate modes
ty tnd refinement, which, tbouah per'
baps not striotly fashionable attributes
are appropriate enough in a daughter
of the gods. When she loves it is
without tny airs or graocs. She has
not an atom of self consciousness; she
cannot premediate; she loves because
she must, rather than because she will;
beoause it is the condition of her life
Some of the naive remarks she has to
niter might in clumsy lips seem coarse,
Miss Anderson delivered them with
consummate grace and innocenoe; but
her fine smile, her bright, sparkling
eyo, proved sufficiently that the inno
cence was not stupidity. The first
long speech, at the conclusion of which
she kneels to rygmalion. was beauti
fully rendered, and elioited a burst ot
apt laune, which was repeated at inter
vals throughout tht evening. Her
poses were always graceful, sometimes
Miss Anderson has the true sense of
rhythm and the clearest enunciation;
she has t deep and musical voice,
which in moments ot pathos thrills
with a sweet and tender affection. Sbe
has seised, in this instance, upon the
touching, rather than tbt hunoroua,
side of (jalatea. the pun and innocent
girl who it not fit to live upon this
world. She ii only not human because
she is supeiior to human folly; she
cannot understand sin beoause it is so
sweet; the asks to be taught a tault,
but the womanly love and devotion
and unselfishness are all there, writ in
clear and uncompromising characters.
The first and last acts were decidedly
the best; in the latter especially Miss
Anderson touched a true pathetic
chord, and fairly elioited the pity and
sympathy of tbeaudience. Withagen
tie wonder and true dignity she meets
the gradual dropping away of illusion,
the crumbling of her unreasoning
faith, the cruel stings, when, her spir
itual nature misunderstood and her
actions misinterpreted, she it jarred
by the rough contact of oommooplace
facts, and ruffled and wounded by the
strange and cynicil indifference to her
sufferings of the man she loves. At
last, when she can bear no more, yet
uncomplaining to the last, like i flower
broken on ill stem, shrinking and
sensitive she totters out with out load
cry of woe.tbe expression of ber agony.
Miss Anderson it a poet; she brings
everything to the level ot ber own re
fined and artistic sensibility; tnd the
result it that while she presents us
with a pioture of ideal womanhood,
she must appeal of neeessity rather
to our imagination than to our senses,
and miy be by some persons consider
ed oold. Once or twice she dropped
her voice so u to become almost in. i
audible, and occasionally forced her
lew tonei moro than was quite agree
able; but whether in speech, in gesture
or in delicate sugiestive bvDiav. her
performance is eisentially finished.
One or two little actions may be noted
such as the instinctive recoil of alarm
ed modesty when Prrahon blames
her for saying "things that others
would reprove." or her exnremion of
troubled wonder to find that it is "pos
sible to say one thing tnd mean an
other." Moriir.s wis' wom aruve.
Infallible, tasteless, harmless. ia.
thartic; tor feverishness. rostlessoess,
worms, constipation. iJO.
A Urandmother Klopea.
The elopement of Mrs. J
ley, of Duffryn Mawr(Orees Tree)
Chester oounty, with an alleged herb
doctor, has created a prcet deal ol
wondering gossip throughout the
old, snd had lived contentedly with
1 1 L ' I
uer uusuanu, wno is a gentleman of
property, for over thirty years. The
sited oonple have children and grand
children living witnin lew milts of
their home. About a month ago a
man, fifty years of age, applied at the
Smiley homestead for board. lit
represented that he C7Dd t farm in
Montgomery ooun.i, and desired to
praciico his profession at Duffryn
Mawr. He said that be was tn herb
doctor, and gave tbe name of Joshua
Perry. Ho obtained tome practice,
and a few people thought that he
wrought wonderful cures. He at
loaat succeeded in ingratiatiug him
self in the affeotion ot Mrs. Smiley,
whose husband had no idea that the
Doctor bad any intention of disturb
ing the poaee of the household.
Mrs Smiley tnd the intruder be
cime violently attached to each other,
and l euan making arrangements, like
a pair of young lovers, to elope at the
first opiwrtunity. On Monday of last
wock Mrs. Smiley told her husband
that the proposed to pay a visit to
some ot her friends in Delaware coun
ty. and that theaooommodating doctor
would drive ber over, Aooordingly.
the best team oi the plaoe ws hitched
up, ai.d Mrs Hmilev and Dr. Perry
drove ayly off. They never csmi
On the next day Mr. Smiley was
auiaird to receive a note from the
doctor saying that he would find the
horse and wagon at Providence, Dela
ware county, in possession of the out
raged husband's brother; "but " the
note ooncludcd, "your wife you can
A carelu! investigation of the facts
has convinoed Mr. Bmiley that hit
wife of thirty years haa realle an.i
ot '0 lie with the herb dootorj
but where he has not yet been
able (o disoover His home has been
broken up, and he has advertised in
tne papers warning any one from giv
ing his wife credit on his aooount. air
Hmilry will ilsj probably apply for a
Brow n't Braarblal Trachea for
Cough, and Colds: "I do not tea how It
Is powlble for t puhllo man to be hlmielf
In winter without this admirable all"
Kev. R M Devens, I'octaaot, Mnls.
How Three Junks Assailed a Kir
chaat Vessel is Chinese Waters.
A Flerea Flghl Oppartaaa Ar
rival et a War tJteamer.
A repoi'er of tht Enquirer ran
across an old acquaintance, a resident
of Boston, Mass., who is a sea Captain
by prolession, and in the course of tn
hour'i conversation heard the follow"
ing startling story:
We left Boston a year ago last Au
gust in the ship Trojan, loaded with t
general cargo, bound for Mauritus, off
the east coast of Afrioa, and from
there to Hong Kong, on tht south
otastof China. Everthing went well
and the voyage seemed to be the most
prosperous 1 had undertaken nniil we
tcared the coast, of Chiua. just in the
iieriod between the turning ol the mon
soons, whioh, you know, are winds
that blow for six months up the coast,
and tha other six months down, with
a rtriod of tome weeks between. In
this interim ot oalm weather, the
heavy long rollinc sea which has been
caused by six months of hard blowing
becomes a dangerous element tor a
sailing vessel, as sbe is completely at
its mercy, having no use for her oan
vas. And if she had been deeply load
ed as we wore, she is apt to strain ber
frame tnd leak badly. We were fn
this oondition on a warm June morn
ing, every energy being put forth to
keep the ship free from water, and
loose material from being washed
overboard, when we were all suddenly
startled by tbe
boom or A Ol'N
and the whistle of a shot close to our
vessel. On looking in the direction
whence tbe shot came. we were hor
rifled to see three enormous junks
making for us, using their long sweeps',
at which they are adepts. Everyman
down to the cook, knew the fearlul
meaning of that gun. It signaled
Chinese pirates, and the junks had
us at their mercy. Instantly I un
locked the arms chest, which con
tained two Remingtons and two
Springfield breech loaders, wilh plenty
of ammunition; and pasted tho arms
to those whom I thought to be the
most trustworthy. Again and again
the junks fired at ns, but their shot
passed harmlessly by until thry were
within a half mile of us, when their
shot out away tht flying jib boom.
Knowing the effect of a sudden scare
on Chinamen, I ordered four men aloft
in the tops to open fin on them. and.
ii possible, check their nearer ap
proach, and bad the satisfaction of
seeing three of the gang which orowded
the deck of tho leading junk fall under
the good aim of the men in the tops.
Under the circumstances I thought il
capital marksmanship, as the vessel
was rolling at an angle of forty-five
degrees from a perpendicular. The
heavy dead swell made it dangerous
for the pirates to come too close, as in
case of iouling they would certainly
get me worst oi iu ihry, however,
KEPT UP A CONTINUOUS F1BI
From their old-fashioned guns, and
ocoasiotaliy a chance shot would out
some ot our rggmg. Thus we lay in
suspense that day '.ill near evening,
when a light breeze sprang ud. and
the hope rose in our hearts that we
might yet avoid them by flight,- By
my calculations I was two hundred
miles due east of the Taya Islands, ofi
the north point oi Hainan, and with
the wind from the toutheast I eonld
run direct belore it for tbe Ladronee
off Macao. But our enemy was not
to be battled, and belore I could get
sail on the ship and keep ber away
tney naa lorgea ahead under our
stern, and were within bailing dis
tance. Then all three fired at as, one
shoe carrying awiy tht wheel and dis
abling tbe man at it, whilt mother
ball bit the forestay, and all the head
sail fell inboard, B&cle. Net tir.ther
ettorts to handle tbe shin would avail
us any thing. ii I called all hands aft
to do the best we oould to prcveut the
iwarthy devils from boarding us. We
opened a deadly fire upon them, bat is
fast as ona went down another came in
his plaoe, all a huddling, howling
Crowd, whose rage and hate were visi
b'e even at that distance. Every time
a bullet went among them one or more
were Lid out, yt tbey yelled all the
more and shook their wicked looking
swords at us. The next discharge ot
the gun on the lcewar J junk carried
away our port quarter boat, a splinter
striking the mate, piercing his brain
Cal'SlNO INSTAMT DEATH.
Even as be fell bis death grip dis
charged hit piece, and one or more
paid tbe penalty of his murder. His
death somewhat disheartened the men,
and nothing but the knowledge of
their ultimate butchery kent them tin
The weather junk w.s drilling down
upon us fast, and was within one bun
dred yards of u wben tbey began
throwing their fire or stink pots with
slings, and though there was not much
danger from fire, the stench snd suffo
cation were almost unendurable. We
poured volley alter volley into the
seething, yelling mass of humanity as
they drilled nearer and nearer, and 1
have often thought sinoe that if they
could have got out of rsnge they
would have done so, so deadly was
"I ordered all the axes, top mauls,
hand spikes snd every available arm
and missile after to tht weather quar
ter, where the enemy was bound to
strike ui, and directed every man to
make for the ringing tnd get alolt as
soon at I should give the order.
"Tht tun was getting low, and the
whole western horixon was one con
tinned solar bow of variegated beauty,
tinged here and there with the omi
nous brassy appearance which a sailor
knows to presage wind, and the con
trast between powerful and beautilul
nature and puny man struck upon my
sensci even in
THAT AVvri'L UOUB OF SLAIOHTEB.
"The weather junk was down on us,
and the yellow devils were making
frantio efforts to climb our sides. As
last as one gained a bold on the rail a
bullet er a blow Irotn an ax crashed
through his skull, and he fell bick a
oorpse. My men were now fairly
wild with savage defiance, and tough),
to a man, for his life. On turning to
pick up some ammunition I saw a
damp ladder thrown up on the lee
quarter, and instantly knew all was
up; they had swung across our stern,
and in my excitement 1 had not no
tiecd it. Quick as possible I ordered
all hinds aloft, and we had scarcoly
lime to gain the sheer o!es when the
deck was swarming with a hundred
yelk' skinned demons, intent on
murder and robbery. Up we olamber
ed till the tops were gained, trery
man luckily bringing bis gun with
htm, and having some cartridges in
hispockot. Tarbox, the look .brought
atopmaul with him, and threw it to
dexterously and truo that he brained
a Chinaman, and placed another hors
de combat. I now ordered a oareful
fire on picked men, and exhorted the
men not to waste a shot. As i result,
our decks wero soon clear, all of the
Chinamen able to do so running into
the cabin and under the forecastle
By this time the sun had set, and tho
sea had gone down materially, leaving
us in a sorry plight indeed. The junk
bad broken loose from us and drifted
away in the darkness, leaving us
PRISONERS ON OUR OWK SHU
As we dare not nam, itnwi, 1 .1...
darkness. I spoke cheerlullv to the
men tolling ihcm that at daylight we
oould go down anj imprison tbe whole
gang. To pass tbe time, I had them
a hog their pieeos, tnd wt furled all
the sail, crossing from spar to spar on
the stays. It was a fine night, though
l leared the reverse would happen
before daylight. I questioned them
all as to whether they were hurt, and
in all eaacs but that of Martin, who
was hurt at the 'utel,aud PaUey Bol
livar. aa wt called out man, no one
had been hurt
. "On asking Patier what ailed Ilia,
he answered like his illuatiioui name
sake: "Faith, iur, me belly thinki mt
throat it oat Ia fact, I but thto
realised that none oi us had had ftd
since morning. Wt fell to diteussirf
tht merits of our dead mate, who was
a great favorite with all, and that led
as all into a mora toriout frame of
mind. At this instant Slater atartled
us all by yelling at tht tcp oi hit voioe,
"1 asked him for ill baarioga, and
when ht answered I was unable to see
the light Soon, however, it came
plainly to view on the top of a sea, and
I eould distinguish tha usual colored
light and a white mast headlight, de
noting she was a steamer. I could
think of no iteamer in our track, as 1
judged my position to be 20 degrees
minutes north, 111 degrees 45 minutes
east of Ureenwich meridian, bud1
A BRIGHT BED FLAMS
waa shown from her, followed by t
white and then again a red. I knew it
was a 'Coston night aigoal,' used only
in the United States Navy, and was
the preparatory crinal to burning tbe
ship s number. ' W nen 1 informed the
men they were wild with deiight.every
man ot them bavins: been in the vol-
nnteer naval servioe. Closer and closer
she slowly drew until within bail
when a deep, manly voioe eame over
the water, 'Ship aboj' Aye, aye!
'What ship is that?' 'The American
ship Trojan of Boston, Mauritius for
Hcog Kong; Thompson, master.
'What is the cause of the firing we
beard to Windward to dav? 1 then
described the whole fracas to him. and
before I bad half finished he 'beat to
quarters' and 'called awav' boats. 1
hailed him and told him of the pirates
on deck, and begged him not to sacri
fice his men in tht dark, and he agreed
'Aram he hailed: 'Can von ret
along till daylight?'
1 can, I answered, it you ttay by
" I II stay by you. never fear.' came
back in inch an encouraging and
manly tooe that we all took heart,
YELLED LIKE A LOT OF FOOLS.
I told him whioh wavthe innki had
drifted, and soon the beating of her
paddle wheels announced two things
to ns: First, she was the sinoe ill fated,
Mooocacv; second, sbe was going alter
those junks. - As she passrf close an
der our stern we could see the men at
aiarters, and we all veiled again, and
I'm blessed itv they did aot yell baok,
Ll.L 1 f . ... 1-
nra you kdow is contrary to disci
pline. It was about 4:dU a m.. and the
first streakt of dawning day wert visi
ble, wben boom camt tbe deep
mouthed tone of a nine inoh gun away
to leeward, another and another, and
then the sharp, angry eraok of a Par
rott rifle, and we knew that those
junks would trouble no one else again.
in the haie ot the morning we could
just distinguish the outlines of tbe I
steamer and oould tee the junki link.
Tho Monoeacy returned at. 5:40. and
lowered lour boats. Wben they
boarded we eame down, and it was a
short piece of work to tio up the devils
who had caused all the trouble. The
mate's body was transferred to the
steamer for burial at Hong Kong, and
the oaroasset on dcok wert given to
the sharks. We oWaned op decks and
found that aside from some bad bruises
from under our quarter, and the loss
of our wheel and a boat, with' slight
damage to our rigging, we were all
right. I got sail on the ship, and at
sundown that evening took a Hong
A HAD HI Qt'KLa
A Father Travel Thousand ol
nilea Alter aa fcrrlac l.aairh
ler Her tteniaiua t'waad
Anaoag the (Jolarad) flout.
Overlooking tht ttagt road leading
irom iiooawooa. a station on the lien
veracd KioUranda rail s-ay.toRioo and
nearly midway between theso points.
are several itrtnge formations, the
most remarkable or which rises like
an immense battlement, with its tow
era and bastions cerleotlv defined
against tha sky thousands of feet above
tbe surrounding country. This well
known landmark it known tt Ctstle
Hock, and tormt portion of tome
of the grandost and moat romantio
oenery to found in Colorado.
it tbe foot of the rock, which
rises at an immense wall, is a level
plain of perhaps a mile in width and
several in length, upon which have
been located several ranches. In the
east the beviiilul Casoade mountains
raise their ambitious hesds above tbe
valley, to be eclipsed by the higher
needles beyond, and the Monarch En
gineer mountain. The road winds for
quite a distance through this beautilul
valley, and located npon it, almost
within the shadow of the monster bat
tlement, ia Castle Kock Station.a place
where the ttage formerly stopped for
meals and a obanga of horset.
Lata one afternoon in the summer
of 1881, as the sun was sinking behind
the mighty oolumns ol the noble mon
umenl, the stsge from the tenth drove
np to tbe door with iu accustomed
bustle and flourish, and there alighted
a woman, young and beaatitul, accom
panied by a man soaroely yet in
tbe prime ol lite, dark and handsome,
but with an expression sinister and
treacherous to tht observer. Tht
pair, after ordering supper, started for
a walk down the road toward a heavv
growth ol timber.and notwithstanding
tbe driver oi tbe stage waited for
them a considerable time, ht was final
lv flnmnr-llflrl tn drive, nff erithAit lh.m
and although tha landlord witohtd
and tearobed tor them until long into
tne night, tney did not return, and in
faot were never seen afterward.
. About two weeks ago an old white
haired gentleman rode np to tha hall
hostelry aod hall itore whioh has
taken the place oi tbe eld stage sta
tion, which, however, is carried on by
the same proprietor, and dismounting,
seated himself upon the beneh outside
the door. Alter a number of ioquirioi
or a general enaraoter as to tbe aur
rounding country, ba aaid his name
was Uiarici W. Morgan, ol Chicago,
and told a sorrowlul story of t willful
daughter, tht social pet of a large
oirel". whose every wish was aratiliod
belore exprxiaed, and whose will was
law to ber doting parents, jet the
serpent entered tne bannv family and
left tbe slimy taint of hit preecnoe lor
all time, Ihe daughter, by tome
moans, became infatuattd with an
actor whom tbt had teen at the play
and one morning her room was found
deserted and she had fled, leaving no
trace save a few pitiful words in a note
saying: "Father, I oould not help it.
I hive gone with him. Forgive and
forget me." ' '
To dcsoilbo the consternation of the
grief-stricken family were beyond tbe
power of words. "I would rather she
were dead," moaned the heart broken
father. However, to do tomethiog,
although that tomethiog produced no
result, waa better than to suffor at
home the dread uncertainty aa to hit
darling's fate, he made preparations
for a journey, and following the clew
given by the movements oi tbe com
pany in whioh the destroyer bad
played, tbe father atarted W est, and
npon reacting Han Francisco found
the company thore, bnt learned that
the man ot whom he wit in search bad
left them the wtek belore, laying he
rat going to Australia. Taking the
next steamer, after several weeks he
landed at Melbourne, and sftcr a trait
loss a aroh there visited in turn lev
eral ether prominent cities. lit wat
taken ill tt Sydney, where he lay fur
months in i hospital a raving maniac.
Aftor hia case had been given up at
hopeless, he ont day tbowed aignt of
recovery, and in a few weekt left the
hosDital the wreck of hia lormiir axil
but with the purpose of ascertaining
tne iate oi lilt erring daughter burn
ing is brightly within him aa aver.
Again embarking, he began the return
voyage. Upon reaching han Francisco
he obtained what ht thought another
elew, and itarted at onoe lor Denver.
Spending but one night at Colorado'!
eapilal, he took tht train for tha
and loft tha aan tt Hook wood, where
nt ootainea bit horae, tod thus bad
reached Castle Rock, making numer
ous inquiries on the way.
After the old gcntleian had con
cluded his narrative, a strange thing
ocoarrtd. From tht description of
tht runaway! whioh he had given in
me narrative, tot proprietor rtoonised
tht eouplt who had left the ilagt at
hit door two years previously and had
The excitement of Mr, Morgan at
leeraiiig this was intense, tnd ht beg
ged and prayed his inlormant to act
as bit guide in the direction the miss
ing ones hid Uken. - Yielding to his
solicitations, tbt host at tht station
accompanied him down tht road to a
point about -one half milt diattnt.
whet a trail diverted through the
thiol: timbers. Mile after mile was
traversed until.at a point about seven
miles from the station, the road crosses
the romantio Casoade oreek, with a
wealth ot timber fringing its beautiful
minature falls like an emerald frame
to ltt living, ever changing pioturo.
VV bile orossing the stream on a rude
bridge, a white object just below the
euuiri ni one or tbe tairy cascades,
from whioh the stream tod, in tact.
tht neighboring mnnntaini tnrj
their name, attracted the attention of
coin gentlemen at onoe Kcaching
the other aide, and stepping cautious
ly irom roc a to rook, they discovered,
lying partially out ot the w L'ul- and
behind a Urge rook against wbioh it
had lodged, the ghastly skeleton of a
Horror stricken they approached
still moro oloscly and found clinging
to it some portions of clothing, the
threads of whioh had become so rot
ten by constant exposure to air and
water that they fell to pieces at the
touoh. Attracted' by a shining sub
stance near byan examination proved
it to be a fine gold chain to whioh was
attaohed a small lady't watch. With
trembling hands Mr, Morgan touched
the spring ot the case and without
diffioulty deciphered the insoriDtion
upon the inside: "To Lela, Irom hef
loving father, Ohristmai, 1880," Tht
blow was t terrible one, but all doubt
aa to ids late ot bis daughter was at
aa end. Obtaining tha Julia aiiaa nt
a passing burro train tha poor remains
of what was onoe a beautiful mortal!
ty were gathered carefully and taken
back to the station, a rudt box pre
pared and tht remains deposited in
i rude grave near the edge of the
lorest in tne midst of a bank of cob
amnbines. fit emblems nl th Iran
soendent beauty of the frail and erring
iurm wuiou onoe endowed tht ernmb
ling dust beneath with life and mo
It is the buiiness of everyone having a
cold to treat it promptly and properly
until it is got rid of intelligent experi
ence fortunately presenting a curative in
Dr. Javne'a xnnctorfint- thimiiiLrhlv
adapted to remove speedily all cougha and
eolda allay any eiciting inflammation of
V. Au;uwh w nunies, aim remove tne
aistresaing symptoms of Asthma or Pleu
27i PUBLIC LEDGER Job
Printing Office and Binderv
now healed at 17 f7nion street and
ready for all business offering.
t AI'ITAL PRIZE. g75.00O
Tie Ii eta aaly $s. Mb area la roper
We do hereby certify that we super
vise the arrangements for all the Month.
ly and benii-Annual Drawings ol The
Louisiana State Lottery (Jomnany, and in
person manage and control tht Drawing
tnemaeivoa, ana tnat tne same are con
ducted with honesty, fairneaa. and in rood
faith toward all parties, and we authorise
tne company to use una cemncaie, with
lac-similee of our signature attached, In
its advertisements.' a
I BeerruimM In ISSt for roan by tha Lea
lalataro for Kduoational and Charitable par
Poaee-with a capital of tl.Win.agt to which I
raaerre fond of IS..'A.OMliefl ainaa haan mAAmA
B OA orerwhelnlne nottnlar vnte lla fran.
chiae waa made a part of the present State
i.onaittuion adopted iieeemher ?d, A.U., istv.
a no oniy botterr ever voted an and lBtora.
at r tae people or any State.
It nerer at-alea or natiionee.
will take Waoe moalhly.
a ri.rwniD orrottTvjarrT to
c warj a rowrt raai
aiDEf uDibn nu.uj.xin m ma .
al Now Orleana, Taeaday, January J a, 1S4
-icia aioainij arawiat
Capital Prize, $75,000.
00 Tiekota mt lyallara aCaaih.
Mttone. Im Partem la Brwmareioae,
LIST Ox PKIZBU
. I Ts.orr
I Capital Priie
I Capital Frtae..
Prltea of h"l.,
Priaea of flO0..
. in at
Frlaee of M
rriaea of an.- ...
Approxlmatlna Priaea of ITCO...I
Approximates Priaea of VC..
Approximation Frlaee of 10.
UKTFrifM. a-aonntlbi , -, . . .;ot
1 Applicative tor rates to elnbe ahoald be
madeeBlr to the otnoe ef the Compear ia New
. For further tnfomatloa. write clear It. t
Ing foil addreae. Make P. O. Money Order)
ytreoie anu eocire.a rtceiaiereoi Lettera to
est Urleaa National Hank,
Slew Orleana. I.ak.
' PXlTt tons and ordinary letter, by
Bail or Bxpreaa (all ibi of ib and npwarda
ay axpreae h oar aipenaoj 10
Ha A. DAI PBH,
. Saw Orleana, La,,
r . A. DArPHfla.
007 Mvenih hi., WavahlBtten, t, C.
orati woati-oon atreet. yiamt.hl,. Jora.
Chancery Sale of
No. iYjO, R-Chnw? 0tir-of flhlbv,i
-IhKt( of TDitMc iot It own km
' fte v. Tboi Vltmiqi at l.
IY it-tut ol n ifltenloootory t.Mre fm
X ntr4 la tht tbow uun m tbt
liu o7 oi nmj i'l&j, i u an, p wrj, i will
(H. ftt nblio auction, to tho ktrhetl MdtUr,
d front of to Clerk ud tAur'i oQiM,
ooufXhouM of eSho.br CWBBtr, kublit Ton-
1 Haltarday. lebraary a, IMf,
Within leeat lonre. tha followlne- daaerlluJ
property, altuated la etty of Meapbla, bbel-
vw wMU.7 l.ni, WWII!
' Jut No. I, eaat aHe of Borlard avenue, )i
1 ll 'm, fr.i .1..- H. I 11 I .
and running bark between parallel llnaa 170
leei to a in loot alley, hold fnr taxea doe b-
ana aa property or Margaret and Frank
Ierma of Sale-Oa a sredlt of aevea (7)
loontha, note with good oeeartty reo,nlredi
lion ret .ined, redemption barred.
Ihil Daoembar M, ),
KUUkKT i. BLACK, CAM.
By ()o Mllorr, 1 0 k M.
' W.k. bmitb F. M. UoUkell aad 0. W.
neiaaen, a. j. pDntrd, aoi'i.
' llava) rratly larreal ttaolr
Prices as Low at any House
North Cir East.
to. 4201-Ib ihChanory Ooari of fihelhj
ooanty, Tena. Wat U Wood ri. Allen
Jeuiei et al.
IT appearing from affidavit la thlg aue
ta. tk. .r... al. a. 1... ft t.l l
her hu band, Klhott itjier, ar reaideataof
Ui Htate Indiana and noa-r.denu i
ie nttte of Imini
It ia therefore ordered IheA their re be their
in Momwhiei 7niiti or e
lore tbe c-et Moiadey im rtniery, lmit
Wtid plead, aoawor r lienar to eeaiplalnant
hill, and atnendfd bill or tho true will
he ukea fnr efelee4 aa to the and eet for
bearlag ei-prtei and thai a eovy ef thii
order be patiiiihed ef,; a we for four
ioi-'iVf,i;;i,k,i,iti r rblli Udger.
Tbta irtth dy ofVeoev.ber, lmt.
it- J. HijAnit, tnerg aid irUr.
M llrtl-r, Le-atT rierk and MMter
on k roitoa. L W lie me ftDd U M
oil ter aaaipri lul lu7 IU lltT
S:,-I tha Ckaaoarr Ccart at
anv, laaa.-lba blat tt Ta-
aaaiti I iu via, aui., v Cibkty-
aaru a. .
Tt ai!aarlni from bill which ii nrona to
I la UlaoauMlhal tha dalasdaala, LiaviJ
PaiBtar a4 bwiia Poiotar, ara raiidaota of
Uo of Louniaoa, that Loafitt Folour
j a taaljam of tho Staia of T.IM. that Ellas
Brady and bar huibaod, Brady, aro rail
dent! of tho buia of Poaairlrania. that
rwwm nouaru if m reitdODt of tliO BUM ol
Hiuuurls that at B
roaidanu ol tho Ut.la of C.liforoia: that f
Sm ,ni J 11 T.lfa .M
a vi vaiuurotai vu. a
lui.a.a omaa 111 Wlla, riillll H lllDOl,
an rlde"U ot tho 3'ala of UlHtarippIl th.t
Jobo W hridalorth and wlfo, (S.llia Brids
forlh, aro roaWonlJof taosuiaof Ali.Dauia;
',-' i Bu-hanaa, r'aaaio Murrah.
Holllo atorrah, .Bdwio eiupioa, fcobart
SimpooB and Baiiiuol bimpaon, aro roaidoatl
of tbo Htatoof MlMiulijr.i aod allloa-roal
dal of tbo Bl.ta of T'bbomm- that tho
Slacoa of rwldoooe of Thoroaa farrali aod
aaiaa Farroll aro nokaowa aod eaabut
bo aaporUiood attor diliaant inanirv and
that tho flamaa and plaroo of roaiunoo of tho
Doiri oi a altor B aiorrla, and.of bluabalh W
AuJsnun, and of Chriitlau loufel aro ua
knowa, aod oaoBot bo aooortainod aftar dill
loot iuumry. aod that thay aro made dafond
aota totbU bill toooforoo tax liena ofl lot VI.
block 2a. Uourala lUaot, and lot tO, block 26,
sooth lido of Calhouo Itroet. oa aecouBl ol
their lntoreft In aald nrnuartv.
It la therefor ordered that they Bake
their ar-pearaaoe herein, at tha ooartaoDfO
oi hhelbr eouDty, la Memphis, teno.. ot
or before tha Irst HoDilay ia 1'cbniar;, .14,
aad plead, aniwor or demor to ecaeplaiDant
bill aod petitiuBl filed herein, or the
aam will ba taken for eonfeaeed
aa to then and lot for heartns ex-parte, and
thai a top of thli order ba pnbliahed onoe
a week, for foot aneoaialva weeks, ta the
lhi nth day of December, IMS
A eopy Atloet:
H J BLACK. Clerk and Maa-ec
Br JM Bradl-T. n, -. M.
F It aod U W Holaktll. eo'i fn- joaiolala-
ant. w o-i 111 117
No 1050 In the Channerv Conri nt Khelbv
county, Tenneeaee The State of Tenneaeeo
or ita own uie, etc, va 1' U Moath et al.
TT appearing from bill whioh li sworn
fto in tlin cauHe that the defendant
aylor betta ii a re. ident of the btate o ' Ala
tama: that J W T Falkaer and W C Falkner
are resident! of the HtAto of Mluia.lmii: Lhat
Pamilla W better and Joaeph Wheelcrlara
reetuenu oi tne btate olAiaoauia.aQd all bob
reaideou of tho btate of i'ennaasae: and that
toe namoa anj placea ot residence of the beira
of Fred a Palmer and of KM ihweeat and
of Oeora-o II lloean.who are made defendanta
hereto on account of their Interest to lot 8
block 41. eat aide of Ninth atreet, fort Pick
erior, lot block 41 eaat aide Ninth atreet.and
lotaifneatn aubdlvlston, are unknown ana
oannot be aaoertalned after dilisent inouirv.
And it further appearing from thechehff's
return herein that P tt aleath. Catherine
Moath, Patrick Slogan, RoaaThomaa, Armour
Ihomaa, Mra Anna Thomu.Cathorine Welab,
Cbarlea Kobinaon (aliaa Yatea) and Mary Con
Belly are not to be found in bia oountr.
It la tnere-ore oraerea tnat tney an maae
their appoaranoe horoia at the eourtbouee of
bhelby oounty, in Memphla, Tenn, en ar be
fore tha trat o day in Pebruaiy. Mat, and
plead, aaaw or demur to oosaplainan'
bill aad petition filed herein er tbo aame
will be tak-n for eonfe.aed aa to them and
aet for heari t ex partei and that a oopr of
thia order be publiabed once a week for four
avooeaaive weeks In toe fubiio bedier.
inn in day ot uooamoar, utu.
i OB iRT J BLACK, C aad M.
By J St Bradl s, I Oand a.
i UiCW Uefakell.aoU for complainant.
99 OS 111 117
No. 60iA-Xtt tho Cbanoory Oovrt of Bhtlby
oountr, itsnn. i no auu ot ietouiM iur
ita own tt otOt vi Luoy 11 Cobb ot tvl.
A afi'oni us ii una win, nuicii aa swuiu
1 to la tbit oue, tbnt tho deft.ndnU, Mri
wTK . kill U.'.a. t.
Juh n Into ind chilu, Joeae M into, aro r
Menu of tbo tiuto of Kontuokrt that Kilos
Itradr ant) ltradr (her buihand) aro roil
den '.i of tbeStato ol Penof ylvania ; that Kujal
VanBrooklio and Hkrah K Vonliroclilln (hit
who; aiv isiiistutt ui iu ctai, ui iitjW ior;
toat L a Muroby ii a ri dent ot tne ettt of
Koatucijr; that AdqiiO hiu and IBottiaro
te-ulonU of tho SUt of Miiaourt: lhAt Al.
bert Woo Id ridge ta a reiident of the Htato of
Muiourt; tbat w U wooidriUKO ti a rg.lent
ot the btato of KontDcky, and that Charloi 0
uanQ u a roement ot too btate of Arkanaai;
and all DoD-rMideoU of the Sut of Tennu
tee. aod that J Kufuer Pan li a n on ret ident
of thoBtatoof TeDQeioooi that tbo plaoe of
reBidooeeof iHeresa fa ire M. sjamoi rarrou,
W B Butt and Anoto U Bmith aro unknown.
and cannot t aaoertalned after dilicant ln-
qoiry; that tbe namei and plaoetof realdenoo
Of tho heirt cf UeorfO W Marhrareao
known and eannot bo aacertlned a fur diligent
inquiry, ana mat mar aromaao aeitnuanu on
aooount of their intereet aa beira In lotfi bluk
7. west lido of booond itroet, fort
FiokejinfJ and that tht namoa ami
pa ei of reitdono of tho heirt
ot Otii Loo ml i, who art made defendant! on
aooount of their Intorcit ai heir in lot 12
block Ti r on rickeriDK, thu being a proooed
mi tovnforoe tat lieui on Hid loU.aroun
knuwa and oannot be aae ruined n,. dili.
gent ioiuiryj and it farther appaoxlnt from
tho Hberifi'i re torn herein tbat LuoU Cobb,
Bowuin u iaie, inomaa nam, luanara,
Ward and Wardiminor children of Cor
delia A Ward deo dMhtMeuiphtiButldinr and
Loan Aiiociation, luotnai Waymao, Kate
neui, ttiariee nun, W latoa, W m Clark,
Caroline kehoe, Barah U Buiar K II Hamil-
ton. I mo gene Heed, blis,beth Royter( Uiu
v m una, v irgu a vanrj, nob t (Jesh, Harii
Lawrence, M-rr Cuh. Italia Cash. 1 W Wil
lumii WillieliolnA Bchnaliricd, Patrick
Heily, Marr Ktily and M A ittenbori &ro not
to be found in hin county.
It U therefore ordered that they all mace theu
appoaranoe heroin, at the eourthoote of tSheU
by ooanty. in Memphia, Tenn.. on or he fore
the ftril Monday ia Yobrnirr, 18M. and pUad.
auiwer or demur to complainant bill and pe
tition filed herein .or tho mm wt U be Uken lor
oooteMoo aa to mem ana let for beano ei-
nerte: and ihataoovy of thli order ha nab.
liihed once a week for four laooaeityt wooki
IB the mono ireafer.
Tail 3Vth day ol Uecember, 18S3.
A oopy Atteil:
. J!1, BLAOR.Olerll andUaiet
By J H Bradley, D.C.AM.
, F fi k 0 W Uelikell.ioli fur complainant.
Ho. R I-IB th Chancery Court of
Bhelby ooanty Tenn. The buu of Tannea
te fur oje, ew. vi Jamei Boro et al.
it appearing from bill which ta iworn to ll
thii oauae that the defendant!, Dora K
eidetl, t ti lieldell and Mary Boro. are
resident! of Stat of PonoiylTania, and
non-reiideotj of th btate of 'lenneuee; and
tnat Mar U HetMhtir. M Htatvhar .nA U n
Boecher ar alio non-realdenti of Btat of
TeaneiMs, and that tho nmi and placea of
roiiuenoeoi iu oeiri oi ii & Jiark are uq
hoown and oannot be aaoertalned after dili
gent icqutry; and tbat thiy are made defend
anta to tti la bill to en fore law liena am &
oust f their lotemt a hein in part of
country lot , COiHk'; foot, north aide ol
laauon iireei, eur oi Aicmobia.
It ii theretor ordered that tbey all Dak
theli appearand herein, at tbooarthoajol
oneioy county, in Mempnu , lenneeaee. en oi
before the Irat Mondiiy la February. ltu4.
and plead, anawer or den.ar to ompliDnt
bill and petition of the laiing Dutriot of
oneiny county, or tne un win be tokea ror
ooafud aa to them and lot for hearing ai
parU. and that a oopy of thii order be pab
liNhed oaoe a wr ek for fool MoMir weeki
toe run no i acer.
Thii rth day t lumbar, 1SSS.
R J BLACK, Clerk ud Matter.
By J M Bmdlty, p C. A M.
F HUeiikell. 0 W UeiikeU, toi for foro
plainanu W m 111 117
Moaciildeiit Hot !,
Bo. 6m-Io th Channory Co art ofBhelb)
vui.iji -aauut 1UV Diity rj I. tyn n Mien (tjf
lUowa aie, etn, ti. Uabriel Littlrinha et al
IT appeariui from bill which ia iwora to ia
1 thu eaaae, that th defendant. Cinderella
Vinton a Uorm.Tly TeDlow) and lUaarh.
(formerly PepIow and the'r huebaada,wh
iimw, aiter auijen, iniai.y ovnnot be ti
eerUined; Kobartetrntth, kdward A Poplow,
eHrah Lewliaod her huibind Lewii, ar
rejidrau of th Bute of Ci.lifon.ie: that
AlbertiWooldndge ia reiideot cf irat
f Miatoari, aod tht W B WooMridge la a
resident of th Bute of Kenturkr, and all
non-reaidenU of Ui Htate of Tonneate; and
that tb Tla'e of reeidenoe of J ohm Clay
eomh and (lariea Ciayeumb aod Mary Oar
roll are unknown and oaniot be aaoertalned
after di'iaeot iaoulrri end that kh c---.-j
enj pUneeof reaideno of th helre of Jyba
tt rarria, wno ire maae ananU en ao
etant of their intercut in lota lnnd U, blork
w, iiroadway atreet, rort fickaiing, are
ankaowa and eonat ba aa'oertained after
guifeot inquiry; and It further appearing
trom tb BheriB'i reinm herein that Martia
loaeie. T P L ".Ostler. Vun Coller. W
Brown, W R Duke, Jeon.e May l'epinw,
rre n v oimpeon, PtrtDa n irry. riiirluk
Norton, Jme 0 Norton, Hannah Baekett,
Mfohael da-kelt and Fredniuk .NeiiiMlan
not to be found la hia eountr.
Il li there (ure ordered that the ell tnhm
thtir appearanc heretnat the ooorthoaee of
ooeioy ooaniy, in iierapnii, 'jnnMe,
en or be i ore th flnl Monday In k ebroery,
Iceland plead, an f war or demur to eomblaln.
ant bill aod petit filed herein or the
am win bo taken tor oonleeeed a
eo me m ana iei ior a an n g ox.
partei atd that oopy of thii order bpe
liahed once a week, for four iuooMivaweki
is the Publio Udgor.
Thii 37th day ol Leoembcr, m.
A opy Aiteit:
A . - R J Clerat and MaiUr
By J M Bradley. U. 0. A M.
t U and C W tieiikall, aelc for nompt't,
W lUft 111 117
Bo- 8061 In th Chancery Court of Shelby
rounty, leoneiee i'be Btate of Teaneeeee
for lu oa aae, etc. ti Luke ftelaua et al.
IT appearing frm bill which li aworn to n
tbie eaueo thai the deleadaota, Jo epk
haiapion and Frank V Cole, are realdenti of
the btate of lllin ia; tht Rota Findarieni
hiiBbaad. J W Kinder are re id etna of the
Btate of Miainvrli and tbat fetor bolarl hi
reinUnt of Italy, and all tn-reidenti of
the Hia te nf Tenneeaee; that Ihe children of
Bftnaei B Cerutheta, who were tiring the
death of J 0 Haruthen wbof name and
placea of residence are unknown and oannot
be otrertainvd after diligent Inquiry, who
are Bade defendant ott aoceuat of tbair
intereet in a lot Id country lot north aide
of Unian atreet, citr ol Wemplile, under th
will ol J U C arm hen, Una being a 'bill
ii force Us liena; and it further appearing
from Ih hhrrtd'i return herein that Luke
Belann, L B BUiTall, M Nealia, Joanna Boa
nell, Bridget J Ford, Mary Bwlari. J A Tay
lor. John A dam i, N l ui.tnn, h D tiodlett
and W W Head are nut to be found In hi
It ia therefor ordered that they all make
their appearance herein, at the eourthoua ef
Hhelb eountr, tn Mew phU, Tea t L
fore the Iret Monday in Vebraary, IM4, aet
plead, amwer or demur I complainant bill,
and petition! filrd herein, or tho lame
will be taken fnr nred a te them
and aet fr hearing e parte: and that a
oopr of th.a oritur be pui.liihed onre a week
for lour laoeAitr week, ia Ue I'm bile ted
er, lhle 77th day of December, 1U3.
I B aal C W U.l.k.ll, tut,, fnr aren't
1 111 117
tUlEHBAT-Boaton Varkvt Mincemeat, a very luperlur articlt, mad
. . . rtprwly forth IlneatcUas of trada
fsa i Flfty Urr,1, of tbm UrP at 26 cents par pound.
eaaai an At aatus r"or txa, luncheon or doeaert; also several novel de-
,,,,,, , , aigna suiuhle for SanU Claua occaaioa.
a. a-TIi a i lramsn aUx-lt, from UH oente per pound up.
at . I.VaI t " ,ll?Vf '-ns, Kngliah Walnuu and Braail Nuts.
Si a il-wT"1,1 C"bint. 1-otidoti Layer, Ueheea and Sultana
JlT. T fcl1 Regular shlpnienu trom Louisiana and Florida
t ran bom Ha and rnnh.rr n 1 1. ,. i i: . r ...
iT?1"' ana uiiv oil Oelatiiie, Lemona Kxtracta, Creamery Buttea
and thee , and our Celebrated Monarch Flour at 7.8S per barrol.
n . .... , ... -J- .j...
LYTLE & SHIELDS,
218 WAIN and 81 ADAMS STREETS.
R G. GRfllG G0.
-a5ri-i9. . - a,
OIWOULA C ArVlft W ent FWII
AH VAIOttB ..nt
a aa-altTt-aee" "
For Bale la nntnphl, Ky M.
I GUREi FITS!
Wat. 1 eat core 1 tin ma inftm uerny to .tP iu- ru l-n
a ttma aaai th faava thm raturn tU'tln, I Bjean a rtvlt
eal car. I bar mula tl.e dlataM cf riTH, Kni.r.FST
ft rALLIKOIlCKNIMSa life long etndr- I warrant my
ramiwlT brar the Wtrrtt (tw. Btwanae oihar. hawe
I bar inula tl.e dlataatj cf riTH, Krll.KPaT
NmiwlT Vrar the Wtrrtl (tw. owaaia oinr
feliad If o rtjaaav-a iVf BiH now TwevBf a enrex lardai
evea for a trtMttM and a VTm IrMtto ef mj (wfalllbi
nrnttr. Oiee gipraM and fcat Once. It octaie yv
aM&lBg W a inau, anu i wi 11 corw
A'lOroH nr. m u.
. BlKrr, 111 Kaarl 9X, Ww TwV
Send at yoar addreae and w. will mail yon
Pamplee and Deaeriptlve llloatratlona of
KURSHEEDT'S Fathloniblf Speoliltlw.
Lacea, Rnobinia, Bralda, KmhrolderlM and
liter STANDARD AKIIOLKH Addreae
The Hartherdl HTg t'o
New Tork City.
Ktntlot thl, paper
I1UK FAMILY MEAM R1NO JAR. With U
floor, augar and other article am weigh-
It met! urea ell llaulda. Fr.ea. alt oenti.
ont wanted in every town, for trmi,
rem ihimii mTrrt .. k u Hot
ltl, New York.
I h.ra . pviaHl remedr fi r tbe atve Alaaaae: hf
ta ou tbouaanda nf a... a nl Uin .? kind anil of )n
atandins bora ha curad. Indal, k, U o,r
.I'lunltaemracr.lh- I will Mnd TWO HOPI'I.K.H
KKF, taeallier with VAl.t'AHl.K THKATI8K on
qiaa..a many nirnrar. Illva I- ipraaa mil P.I), ad
la.T. A.hUH;UM, lal I'aarl M., m Yt
A UVKRTISEHH-Hend for mr Ijeleet List
A or Loral nawepaperf,
ILL k 00.
, 10 Hpruoa atreet, N T
"All rear ew fanlt
If yen remela alok when yon ea
Hat hoy biture that aerar f ail.
The weakittt woman, amalleat child,
and nekest invalid can uaa bop bittora
with aafety and great rood.
Old men ttitu-riiit aruund from rheu
matiam, kidney trouble or anv wcakneaa
will he lnin,t new by uaing nop bitten.
My wife and daughter were made
kealtliy hy the ue of nop bittnra and I
recommend them to my peopl-Metho
Aak any eeod dneter If kop
Blttera are aot the kat family medteia.
Malarial fover, A pie ami Billou.nnn,
will lea-B every neighburhood aa aoon aa
hop bitten arrive.
"My mn'hor drove tha paralynia and
teuraliia all out of be aystem with hop
biiMfra. Kd. Oewi-iro rlun.
kio-p vh kiOai-yi healthy with hop bit
fcrs snd vou soad ooi fuar alcknoaa.
I co water ia rendered liarmlmaand more
Nifrmhina; and reviving with hop bitten
in eni'B araugnt
- The vifror ct youth for tht aired and
inn rm in nop Dituini
'At the ebaae-e of lira aothlae eaoala
hop eiiiera to allay Ml troablee I
lay all troablee laeidenl
"The brat periodical fur ladiiw to take
monthly and fiom which thoy will receive
Uie rntatt bcnotlt l lion bitten, '
Jlotiiora with aickly, fr-itful, nursing
cniiarnu, win cur in cuiliirea ana Dene
tit thnmeelvee by Ukint hnp bitter, daily.
i Thouaanda die annually from aouiu
fbrm of kidney diaeaae that might have
beoa prevented by timely u of hop
Indifriution, weak atomacn, Irretu
laritiea of the bowela, cannot exlat when
hop bitten are uaed. ,
Atluelv tae of bop
Blttera arlll keep a whole family
In robaat health t roar at a Hula eoat.
To produce real renuine alnep and
child-like rt-poee all night, take a little
hop hitter, on retiring.
That indiftcallon or atomach gaa at
night, preventing nat and ateep. will dia
apjiear by using Imp bitten. e
1 aralytic, hervoua, tremuioua old
ladiea are mad. nerfcctly quiut and
aprlglitly by n.tnr nop hilt"ra
k SPECIFIC FCI
F. p 1 1 e n y
OCTKE GF.EATJJ Ing, t;iA(ll(a,
T " ' Scrofula. Ki,y
rva, L'iy rii-ca
f ... , i i ciorvouaiiCbA
fl rfl II F P 11 "' jii'k
Hllln,iantta, UtttnfM, Ntrvmie intrttin
'8mrlteii U-r trw la tlolnff inMtre.M
Dr. J. ). Mrl rmoln, Alriandcr t'lly, AIil
I feel it my Heir b rm utmnt'tM. It."
a , - . . j i n
n a ' Jrv-' '-3 2
r, P-, .. w u
KND FOV rf4 M 0-rT"IALI
V V V JP T IUKATJaNuldbcoinpletelrgiittenaoderooi
V war,S TJrf tro1 lb lhB fdlngly aliort Uiim tsftwo inoutbi
T i c 1 ' aV ' c '" ?on "'e no Wm raodeaty will ketip na
.AVE I LlU. J 1 W - from doing all that 1 ean la adding to the aueucM
V t jf ' . which will rarely erowaaobeaettclai a
I' r. IV K. U'ntlilin, (.'tvdt Kaitnit,
"H enrod whoro phy Mane failpd.''
KT. J, A. Kdle, Hearer. Pa
f t'ematiaaatwar frf.rr RMinir4,-Kt
tvr I'MlMnatatoetwd ntrt-uiafe et.4 mmnp.
1U Or ft. A khrd Mag. Co., at leaeph. Me.
u.u a iu. aupia xeaeicateMi
Head What a Patient says of W
'Thi PmHHm I pnrrWfo; rron ytt tn Augf,
rirore to me tuuat ouucluilvelT Uiat "while tiire V
He there la liop.M '1 liey did tlitlr wt.rk tor be
yond my utnindt eippcutione, for 1 certainly dt
A bo attract from a Latter .atad W . V a Dee at, lag
Tbe Paatlllee are prepared and eeld Only b, the
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MF'O CHEMISTS,
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a. . . ..... .. "
araauaai m, n auaua aa, van, auaua r
HAIIBFICLO efc i'O.
ALL DRUOCISTa 8ELL
t or fralaMor h d ly.br
a Bar a . '
- w. v van aia a a.,a.,
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W li-J. HHI p, ttr.pa.l-if-t
lattrintiita, lutu Capav Ht,
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r1an.lv ItPJla JMaloCl Htat
ataflftit, aia irtinua. laauoriaaa
bat far Am.-Ua BaaOa aa4
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TUB. THO TrtLTAIO BKIT. aM eh- Kt.
iff. 'TUAiff'ita. h win pn4 on TMrtr l'r
Trial. T HKN. yt Nfl OK OLD. who are .uff,rtnl
rruHi vrnvova J-naii itt. L Vitujtt. and thowZ
Hiter-aMi of a Wa.itiL Harnn rwnlttng trvtm
Ati'iBi and OTHaa ri ate. Hpxr rtlf and corav
Dlta rwtoraUun I'i HsaLTTt, Vioom and Mkhoo
Voltaic Belt Co., Kabshall. Mica
I U undouhtwlly the moat v.
J liable and reliable VeUr1-
nary Remedy ever discover
ed. It haa auerc(lcd the Actual Cautery
or hot iron; produce" more than fourtlmtn
the effect of a blister j takoe the pine of all
liniment-, and ia the anient application ever
used, aa it ll Impoaaihle to produce a ami
or blenmh with it. It ia a powerful, e
tire, reliable and afe remedy that can be
manipulated at will for rver or mild ef
fect. Thouaanda of the beat Vrterinariana
and llomemcn of thia coun'17 toatify to it
many wonderful cunw and Ita great pnu-ti-
cal value. It ia also the moat economical
remedy In uae, aa one Ublomonnnil of
Cauitic ItaNani will pniduc mora actual
reaiilta than whole Mtle of any liniment
or aparin curs mixture ever made. Trie
ll.M). Hold bv ilni(ti(istsr aent. charge
pa'J, V LAWRKM'K, WIL1JAMS &
CO., Sol Iinportcn and 1'roprleton, Cleve
land, Ohio. None geuuia without
hue our limtiire on the Ihl-1.
- D1AL1H3 IR - .
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Malty, aataaea aaal rapairaa
' amlrlit troaptlytattaaded It