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One iiwilli, I1W
TlirmiKonlht ..... 3 mi
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One Krtr ........ low
ifiui bwn rocontty milnrgtri mid lrrtprovrd
minnow (vanillin nr-rr columns 01 rcnu
Imr mailer, iwuio un from tlic croiim of tno
dally villMotiMiUiklri: It tlic iMXitaniUiiKtii'
o p-iucr in tho .Mtimry n'lit to KUlcrlI-
crs in ml imrt-M or (116 milled Hinted fin 'I I mi
mini free of jiottnge, at tho following low
Tlirro month w
Hlx muntlm IM
.no year - ....201)
Huliicrlptlon to iliilly niid weekly Is (strictly In
ji(lvrttic,,nii(l)ll Miorx stoppid when time
HubH;rll.rHlclrliiK:Uionililrp"i of their pn-
paper tlmttxril will plnito Ktalw In their
rtinifiutnlmtlon hoth tlm old and now lid-
ilcmlt liy draft on Tort "Worth, iwitofi.cn
ino'lW order or reuistercd lutter. If tout
othirwhc wb will not he reapuntlblo Or
Addle. Oxvvrrcr, I'ort Worth, Texas.
Hpceltuen oopluH sent rro un nppllcallan.
V. litivu for wilo
IjrcvUir, Hoiipariol mid Loiiij
200 FONTS OF DISPLAY TYYl
ill vurtim Jomi.
RAROAINH MAY HE HAD.
AiMrm, UAKKTTK, I'ort Worth.
lii.AiNu has oomo to tho very sensi
ble conclusion that ho could not bo
olouled prcrfidont oven If he had tho
TiiuGA.nTTu ventures tho jircdlc
Hon that l'oit Worth will show greater
development itntl grwiter progiosa dur
ing the year 18J than any islly in
Tun presii of the ht'ito having all
fiirnlHhed their reader with rellectloiiH
upon tho now year, will fall back into
tho Hanw old rut in which they run
IiKriuhvpotlinl wim piiitUIoii will ho
mtdoforn compctltlvo r-iiinlimtlon of nil
tvuniitutoiiertnoa llin civil KerTlreoniiiiulk.
xloii, i,tlmnt ibp'itiflran, Jtep.
Provide also fur a rigid green room
t-Jiiititiidi If., ..i II.. 1
"muiiiiuhuii ui mo i.ouimissiou ai-
Tir editor of tho Clifton &viiiic
n enterprlnlag weekly paper on tho
.Santa Ke Uallro.ul wlnhcs to Hell a half
Interest lti hU paper. A good chance
jr tho light man.
Tun bankrupt bill will come up In
tho senate to-day. Its frlendH are
Homewhat Htaggered by tho petition of
1100 New York pierehantu against thu
paHHagrtof any bill whatever.
Jav lluiitinr.r. U letting his aenato.
rial raeoand elyll Borvlce lofonn take
wr-jof UtcinsolviM foru reason, whllo
ho lobbies through a bill for the better
protectloH of hH JUIohig'au copper
Tun Deinoowtd propmo to have a
ohanco at tho upolW of the civil norieo
for n period. Perhaps when they get
IhrouKh.aiuUho other political ihu-
tles have tried their skill, tho govern-mo-nt
will got a chance.
An nttiiinpt to get tho view a of mem
howortho.MUfrourl Legislature on tho
ticklish question of prohibition meets
with poor success, but ,f n,,e wtui
speale at ;U a nuOrlty favor submlt
f lug m aineudment to the people.
A A- able
',.,., ,, i ,, " -
-lams inai, -wo have more of tho
Unltml Wtntesi navy on thu drv laud
than there 1 upon the neim.'1 Peoieta-i-y
On ANiimsa knows what he la about.
Ho knows the luvy would not bo s.tfo
on tho water,
Tti.x thousand two bundled ami
olghty-one mile, of railroad was built
1 tho United State during tho jmt
year at a Cost of f270,OOU,t)()0, which
Nhow that the winguliie lompormneut
of tu Amoriean speculator lias not en
Tit h Now YorkS'iin dencuncw the
gr&Mmtl Itewrthn voluminous
lie. It has hoforo been tntliijated that
thui.Vooridlditot always report tho
doUitw verbatim, ami that speeehis
wow revised after their delivery in the
halls of congress,
IT is wild that ULAure'S political
tlcAth was a glorious one, It havh. oe
rmimi Mrlieu General UAmiiu.hwius
imidored, but Conki.ixh'm was disgust
ing; like that of the gallant lover who
(uiomii to uwith on a cherry
white courting his fair ono
lWe,r of fjrutts m llowers,
Aw,ui)uv to the organisation of tho
Jjjolo railroad commKlons In thoBouth,
Uw how York JVioMiwrouwrlw "The
.Southern states nhoitld learn froip tho
cxi.orlenceonhuV,t, and not seek
to hmnper commerce by unncssary
w-trlg,tt.i. Tlu, mb (lou,
bus has in view tho Illinois granmr
laws, which proved to be, such fci..i
Tim' St. Lbuls Rrjtybllcan In a
double loaded nrtlolc denounces the
author of a dispatch to the Chicago
Tribune, in relation to the dismissal of
the Milt for damages, by tho widow of
Mr, Hi-aviucic against Cot'KKiiii.t-as
a liar, demands a retraction by the
JWbune nuil tuhU that unlets that pa
per eliall furnish n "responsible nnmo
as the author of this gross and mallei-
mis libel, that paper (shall be pilloried
before the world In thosamoeatognry."
Tho proceedings are becoming intor-
estlug to the lovers of sensation.
Comparisons nro said to bo odious,
and tho Kiylng is sometimes true. Tho
following from (lie Gainesville Prctn
may bo so to somo readers, but appre
elating thqfaot that nil the readers of
any one Issue of a paper cannot he
pleaded with It entire contents, tho
Oxr.irrn: ventures to reproduce it.
The Kort Worth (t.w.ttrrn I already a Hurtl-
clones- ofoprnmltlon to the DuIIm monitor;
In fnrllt ti Intliiiuti'dhy Ihopublle oncrnUy
that It It by nil odds tho h't city pniirr In
OiuMulc.tuut the proof I not rithnnd tonuo
MKHfulir lofulo iiiul iwl Niifli in erowliiL' kmi
tlmcnt. it Is (vrtulnly neatly prlnU'k und
ably nllled, the lutter of which ttmuot bo
inldof Hip Dallas chief.
The (Uzirrri; i thankful for tho
kind mention of its- cllbrts to provide
thu public with u good dally paper, an J
ellort aoly t-econdcHli by a generous
patronage from an appreciative and
dlKCilmiiiating public and will assure
ltreadeta that negotiations aro pend
ing foru vast impiovement In (ho pa
per, whleh Is already isonfcssedlv the
best ever given to north Texas.
A Q cod, Man Gono.
Dr. M. iKAitti of I'arkercountydled
at Jetl'urcion, Toxius, on tho .'Ust ult,,
at the ripe old age of Hoventy-ono
yearw. Ho was on his w to visit a
brother in MlssKsippl and was taken
sick with pneumouliii from which he
never recovered. His remains were
taken to his farm in Parker county, a
few miles west of Wealherford, where
they were Interred onthelhid lnst. Dr.
Tka un was a natlvo of Tenuesee, but
for thirty-two yearshad been a lesident
ofTuMiu, lie had seen Its wonderful
development and, In his humblo way,
was instrumental In that development.
Ho was at one time a member of tho
leglslatuioand was at, all times a use
ful, honest arid respected cltl!CU. He
leaves four wins, Captain 15. V. and
Ak-Mirs. Ij. K., Ar. S. and M. Iicvuo,
all prominent cattle men and worthy
sons of mi honest sire. Dr. Ileum's
doml-e will bo regretted by a large
clrolo of friends and acipialntencos,
who honoied him living and will
mourn him dead.
Susponsionof tho Ago of Progresg.
TlioGA:inrii wnu surpiised, as Its
readers; will be, to learn that tho last
Issue of the Ago of iVorcw will bo
made to-day. 1 U proprietor, Major J.
W. l-'MiJUNf has decided to suspend
tho paper, for tho reason that tho in
come derived from Its publication Is
not now, and has not been atauy time
MUlllclont to meet the current expen
ses. Unless tho party whose princi
ples It has expoused so zealously, and
advocated so warmly, shall decide to
make some -acrllioes, and some effort
to build up and sustain the paper, it is
dead, petmanently suspended. What
ever maybe said of tho Ago of Prog
' ond the courxo It has pursued as a
newspaper, educator of tho public,
and a moulder of public opinion it
cannot Le denied that it has been an
active partisan, devoted to tho success
orthoGre-nback party and its candi
dates, and that Major Fi.umixo has
given his entire time, and much of his
money to forward the. lntciestsor his
party. Ilia ,icul has known no bounds:
j his energies have been untiring, and
Ills labors unceasing. Uo bus been "In
stant In season and out of season"
always ready and willing to s-ervo tho
cause of thcenlMoklsm. That ho has
not been encouraged and sustained
shows a lamentable, lack of patriotism
and liberality on the part of thoo
whom he served so faithfully, i'.ut
such Is the Tate of newspaper publish
ers. Tho a-Awtum: icgrets exceedingly
that the J of Progrcm lias not
proved a successful vontuio, and
Wishes Major Ki.uminx better succe-s
In whatever enterprise ho may engage.
Tho Bankruptcy Bill.
The bankruptcy bill pending In the
United States Senate Is pretty goner
ally opposed by the Sou thorn mom
hew, whoe constituents do notdcsiro
any bill of this character passed for
tho dual reason that there seams to bo
no prcssiu.? necessity for tho bill, and
that It places lit igatiou for the enforce
ment of contracts to pay money in the
jurisdiction or tho Koderal court-- in
stead of tho state courts, where it more
properly belong. There aw two bills
beforo the witaK-Uie committee bill
drafted by Senator I.u-.m, nmi (,,'
r,0Wru,i, bill. The former is preferred
by vstern and Southern members
mid tho latter by Intern members!
the committee ulll Is regarded as
more- favorable to tho debtor!
., aim ine i.owell bill
wio uicuiior olass. The
persons who doiro any
all. is .H,i,Mrmviv ...;"" ?-
-.--,.,,,,, ivtittii.tiiiu iinciLr.
mmastentirely if the manufacturing
. .....i.... ... ' -""a
: "".- vii element whonrc large
ly interested In commorulal enter
prises, ami who m-(,for tlm h i t.
Slllllin llllll III...- ...... ....A... ,.
- "VJ v-" eiuoree mo pnj
THE .GAZETTE: lroBTWOBTH,
inent of their debts In the Federal
courts. All laws for (he collection of
debts from n dishonest debtor arc In n
measure futile, and tho individual 'or
company Avhlch docs buslncsa on the
err dlt system must rely jnainly upon
tho honesty of his euHtomer for the
prompt discharge of his pecuniary ob
ligations. The South Is rapidly
reeoveiing irom tnc nnnnciai
embarrassments occasioned by the
war, and Js In n better situation to do
business on a cash basis than over be
fore in 11b history. Tho additional
power given the creditor to collect his
debt, will result in a mororecl:Ies und
Ill-considered extension of credits, and
tlu'crupulous men with iiothiuir to
loose but their credit and commercial
standing, and in which ho is already
bankrupt, will incur obligation that
would otherwise be Impossible for him
to do, and as each promise to pay is
likely to be a connecting link in a
whole chain of business transactions
which it would cause great loss and
disturbance to break, the sum
mary cloalng up of one man,
and the destruction of Ids
business nnd credit would not infre
quently drag down, unsuspecting and
innocent men, causing ruin and disas
ter. Tho state courtsirc ample for the
protection of the creditor, if ho uses
that judgment mid discretion that a
careful business man should do in the
ordinary transaction of his business,
and there is no actual or seeming nc
ccMty for conferring moro power upon
the Federal courts than they now
Till: STATK PliLSS.
The Graham Jjcuder does not pro
pose to do any guc-s work about the
ISth legislature. It will wait for the
returns, which la a safe proceeding.
It says :
Wo have the names of the member
elected by the people, but the returns
from railroad syndicates, land fvndi
cates. whisky syndicates, state capitol
syndicates and cattle syndicates are
not to be opened until the legislature
meets; therefore we cannot tell of
what material the full legislature will
Tho local authorities of Waco have
been taking the census of that city, and
the Ilxuminer takes a sad but philo
sophical vlcwof the result. It says:
While tho exact population is not
yet determined, sulllcient is known to
render it certain that the population
of Waco by this census will not be
10,000, the niaglo number on which m
much depends, and about which so
much solicitude has been felt. Ac
cording to calculations founded on
crude footings it will bu between O.CX)
and 0,500, sutllciently near to be vexa
tious and remote enough to preclude
any hope of reaching ten thousand
for another year or two.
Hut Waeo does a good business, as
the following excerpt from the same
paper will show :
The total shipment of cotton over
the three railroads from September 1,
1832, to January 1, 18S3. is 27,0-W bales.
This Includes the receipts by rail as
well as wagon, with pioba'bly 1,000
bales on hand, inakinir total receintrt to
date 28,058. Estimating one-fourth off
uio crop to oe yet, gathered will give
a total for the season of 3.J.822 bales.
Tho Nnvnsotu 1'abkt was presented
with an abundant supply of good
whisky and cigars Christmas day, but
sobered up in time to observe that
"there wus a noiicublo absence, on
Christmas week, of the usual amount
of disgusting exhibitions of drunken
ness and rowdyism incident to such
There is going to bo a "high old
time" in Austin during tho sitting of
the legislature. Tho JKxamlncr learns
that "already legislators are iratherlmr
In Austin, likewise aspirants for legis
lative olhces and tho quiet lobbvlst."
The latter will bo felt if not heard.
The Bellvllle Timet Is not intimidat
ed by tho cry of demagogue. It uyM;
Wo Want all tho mflm.ul.1 .......... ...,.
to develop thoHtate, and tho legislature
should pursue illiberal policy toward
I Mil Mllll it wli
tho rail loads.
STATE IKSS TIIOUGIITS.
The Dallas jfmtld thlnkh-but who
cares what the Jtenihl thin ks.
The Stttlftmtm thinks that the way
mleal with liquor is to Impose n heavy
lieenso tax upon its sr.le.
Thp Graham Lradvr thinks that If
man wmhl ho refornuM thero would
u iiu iTOuuu; iuhhu women,
Tho Dallas T-rnvH thinks Major John
Henry Rrown the right man for com
mlsslonerof Insurance, statistics and
Tho Navasota Tabid thinks that
"Protection" doe not protect thu
workingman; it only enables tho rich
mauutaeturer to grow richer.
J ho San Antonio licprtw thinks
Jellbrson Davislsoutltledtou pension,
as well as other Mexican veterans, mil
los home law has operated Its forfeit-
Tho IJoUpn Journal thinks that the
,.iiv nun wiu pre, are expecting
more to bo done by the next Wish?
Cure than will ever bo accomplished at
any one term. '
Tho Rrcnham ii'mmer thinks tlmt
' lV? P"-b- 'loubttess Iniprae
ticablo, that we can't have too mucli
craifttitL. hut1 V ... " "l .
reform. J '"ure
Tu2 VrtW JSwimtoer thinks t Is
. .. ; .""-" ?'""""'
olwtor tho legislature are reported, as
a nrelimiiiarvin ,nt..ri,... ...'.,... ... .
XiJ" V'.'. ?. .' !,uvin- i,u -."niuor
5&..U:, Q"S !vo 'co'nsuha-
road lav ' fcchH)l ,U1'1
i m fc
Glenn's Sulphur Sonn cures ol
noxious diseases of the skin. U
TEXAS, TnunSRAY, JAJglJAHY 4.
Jf tho Hdbeaojis, Pages and Heifers
aro to bo allowed to have their own
war, tho Jtepubllcnns may as well
concede that nothing can be rescued
from the political llood of 18S2. A'ew
York 'Time, Jfcp.
The talk about General Sherman as
the next Itepublic.ni candidate for tho
presidency Is nil stuff. It will bo a
generation at least before another mll
tarv ninn sits in the presidential ohalr.
Flarhla Timrs. Jnu,
If the Democratic party comes Into
power, tho simple, incontrovertible
logic of the situation will bo that the
Democrats must have all the places
under the government. If tho Repub
licans reiraln in control they will cer
tainly continue to hold everything,
Pendleton bill or no Pendlolon bill.
The Idea of making a candidate of
Air. lilncoiii comes entirely irom tho
fact that ho Is tlic son of the martyr
president. It Is not a 'olid idea. No
man is likely to bo elected In 183 J on
tho merit of ills father. New Vork
Sagacious Democrats in congress will
heartily concur in any fair and honest
measure for revenue reform and tax
rcduotion, but they will roiist, us they
did last session, the passage of any bill
(hat is intended to benolit capital bf
robbing labor. Washington Post,
The house should pass the civil ser
vice leform bill without delay. No
better measure to correct a tremendous
evil has been tillered than that pns-ed
by the senate. Its defects can bo rem
edied as tliey become apparent in tho
operation of tho bill. Louisville
It would be (polish to cherish extra
vagant expectations of tho measure,
or to imagine that the fate of the prin
ciple ol civil service reform Is involved
in theopciation of its provisions. Hut
thenrincinle Is ontabllsbod n tho ml..
of future legislation, and Mr. Pendle
ton is entitled to congratulations upon
tho success of ids .ealotis, intelligent
and persevering efforts. New York
The opinion that gold will flow into
this countty from Europe next mouth
is based not only on the largo surplus
of our crops for shipment, but also on
the expectation that, since trade is in
a more quiet condition, the demand
forfoieign goods will be less active
in 18SI5 than for the past twelve
months, so that imports will fall oil'.
The recent activity In foreign ex
change is ascribed to tho fact that
Europe has been sending us called
bonds for paymeut. J"co (Ga.) J
tcfigrr. The Republicans can make all the
capital unit is necessary by cutting
down tho appropriations to a busiuess
like basW, without indulging in over
retrenehment for the sake of "putting
tho Democrats in a hole" next year.
It seems very bad for the average con
gressman to get into his head that ho
really serves his party best who ren
ders tho best service to his country.
Boston Jferald, lnd.
It may strike tho overage congress
man by the time he returns to his
duties after tho holidays, that his con
stituents are much inor inior.ti ;
having him wear away the tissues of
urn ur.iiu hi me ncivocacy of measure,
for the reduction of taxation, the re
vision of the tariff, and other questions
of national importance, than about
who shall illl petty clerkships in the
departments. Tho people are not
easily fooled, and they are very liable
to tire of the sea mo-s faiino diet their
.ervunts have been feeding them the
past few weeks. There is no resurrec
tion for the statesman who has been
laughed to death. National Jicpubli
HARM All I! LICENSES.
COMANCHE COt'NTY ISSUKX) UUUI.Na
THH MONTH Ol' DKCI.Mllint, 182.
r )yvcr and Miss S A inline.
V N, BK'wer and Miss L C Jones.
, H Cunningham and Ruth A
Keith and ilisa Sarah A Wai-
Win R Kelley and Hlizabcth J Holi-
V C Unrord nmPfMlss Minnie A
bwit.er. i, s -W r V .
T .1 Wilkinson muf Miss J c Robin
son. W C Parker-' nnd Mls3irehrioAA
W. C l.angBton and Miss O A Jen
nings. Eade ' Stephens and Miss Margaret E
da'li V Wa nnd M,M JI E Klykon
T J Woodidl and Miss O A Stlcall
,1 Jl t?(11lll(lirn mwl Ml,., rar. .r
V.,11 ' B juios jiiu inc-
. V ( ,
in:.TON cofNTV-issu-Kniii'iiiNH thi-
MONTH 01- DKCllUllBB, IbjfiJ.
rix. 1Iu'l,w iUlt' MiSEHend-
James Jackson and Miss Amy Ale"
Curley icolored;. "i i
Wailie"0" 1U,bfJ" a,Ml M,a9 FrAuk c
Alonzo Lee and Miss Ella Aiken
J A Rurtaiiil Mk. m t . Ktn-
ci!a,m.,mum,T ,,uia w-
cZ!Imn' 'Oa A Me-'
WUlett. ,Ur nml M,M Josio S
c4ieW S,RJVf1"1 Misfs;l,lnnril.
Elmore." lmity MUl ttleA
V'IL.,. T..s, . ,
J M White an'd ll W $ , l
n iimiii ivriiv iiti t.-. . ... ....
11 H Ilurluauii Miss V C Murnn-
C Rector and MUs willln
J A Sadler ami MUljFloran Shovanol
n l Vi ftT ?"$ K Starr. 1
i;ime.L Watn and Mlss
ilnjoth and Miss iron
li )V1(1,,.,,)M11 ftl-i'-- Alico Miller.
H C Qa ley andMiK, B K Rurus.
TIlnjilUo lhl! Mi! Sufcm KA bin.
J M Thomtu anil Mlsb Pearl E Wil
Chns Alexander andMlM M E Now
lln. Frank Mmltlox and Mrs Joannn
J ho W Craft and Miss Annie Cruse.
KAU.S COVS-eY ISSUED DU1IINO TUB
month or nccnMiunt, I8S2.
Isaac Handy and Mrs Amelia John
son. Anderson Ridley and Miss Julia
Peter Dorsey and Mrs America
Reiijamln W' Davis and Mrs M 13
R h Rarncll and Miss 'E M Stall-
Nick Stallworth .Tr and Miss !N C
Kred Rlankenstcln and Miss Mary
Edward Dorson nnd Miss Malitsa
Charley Hall and Miss Matilda Ran
dall. Eldrlgo Rartlett and Miss lAx.la At
nold. ' Nelson WlthcMpoon and Miss M'arv
Chas Ward and Mlfcd WE Robert
son. W M Johnson nnd Miss A fa mi
Charley Amstead and Miss Fannie
Moses Shaw and Miss farv Iluddlo-
Preston Henderson nnd Miss Mary
J T Butler unri MIsj Sue Raymond,
Thomas Parks and Misa Ro-a
Davis Grayson and Miss Josephine
Jerry Wright and Miss Martha.!
Tlios.r Newbury and Miss Dinah
Pomp Jouea and Miss Graclo War
ren. W M Moore and Mis II F Moore.
O E Morgan and Miss M P Fcr-
A. Ji. curry and Miss Ella Nor
wood. John Giles and MNs Ailsey Frank
lin. Paul Shibbick nnd Miss Elizabeth
Erasmus May and Miss R03.1 Lcc
W F llarncs and Mis Texanna
Glillio Smith and Miss Alice McLen
nan. Archie Courtney and Mrs. Mary J
William Green and Miss Tena A
George FiaJer and Miss Annie Chap
man. Tiglman Taylor and Miss Dicey
W W Tavlor and Miss Kmh p
Robert Walker and Miss Fannio
ft C Howard and M,iss Martha
Jlenry Malhowo and Miss Matilda
NAVARRO COUNTY ISSUED DUUING
TUB MONTH OK Jir.OBMIIljn, 1882.
H II IJtownlng and Miss M J A
C J Huskey and Miss M E Hallo
way. James E Whitescllc and Miss Kate
Marshall Fredrick and Mrs Martha
James M Grant and Miss Ida R
A M Smith and Miss Mary E F Rar
bee. F E Franklin and Miss Ida Nichol
son. D J McRee and Miss Jennie Utley.
DrA.1 Jennings and Miss SallloL
W C Vanhook and Miss Ethel B
J N McCally and Mias Emma John
Hon. Joseph Ilaglc and Mrs Anna Hagle.
(Uad been married nnd divorced
married anotlier woman, who died a
few weeks biuce; gouo back to old
A J Stephens and Miss Majrino
J W Morrow and MI-s Viola K Peo
ples. J T Persons and Miss Rettio E
Sto"JrtH Danicl a,ul iriss Jennie
L 1,J.P1''lrk ad Miss M A Steelo. !
in mirrow and Miss Mattle M.
IviYt1" V T(ld nnfliI,ss S"y J-oelt.
Walter W Clopton and Mis Ellen
soli1 C'rWr.a"a.i41',s -l""10 Dnvld-
? ln Wlom-TMIss 1311a Q-HA,
riiomas Wilson and Mis Essie Jenl
J R Steel and Mis Mattle Sweat
xiinn Robert I' Coats and && Rlanchc M
o?ourai.,?5and M,!" -lollie AVebb.
CA Standlfer and Miss Delia Whin-.
James Micheals aud Miss Ueio
J AShortusand Miss Lucinda York.
land e,lJ,lc-v ,u,(1 AIifes -NI 1 Huther-
W it Flnnwj fiinl "ri., i...i... .
Rayett. """ "uun A
lev AV ''r"' Mw-WglB Hinds-
n.nv'. - an" -Mite Fannie E
vi'1y-Ior M-esa-lHe Caloway,
tejNiolcGricsaml MrsLiZio Winches-
manM f ef,kins "ml M1 Hnttle Gam-
nrSbCy xhid Mi ilnryii
n.'Ju11" '1l.IJoal, aml Miss Annio C
Gullok.-M white and 13 coloied.
COUNTY lSsotwii i.,r.,.,-,.
'Wi'lti. ....... - ".' '".m.Mi
) -"Harris and Miss A Elfarrls
s!mbyl)U"WlU andMk" mmiesL
A-Je? " Uu,nn ttnd Mito Mnry 1'oj.o
.lames oumranirMIsi. A.U......1.. -.
-.., ,u , . ..i.MlU.I .HO.
JameiHv Vn"11 M M MarthttHolmw.
I KA ConynXi Alvini
James Todd and Miss Mary W-dker ! i Ili,.ttl,r,,Mlt l ult was in fM
Perry Perkins and MiLs C'i S!hi ! V. V rc(1 hy -"ekenzio and VflimM
AdaiuB. , v " tWa H nving,, .mp iso themselrcs, as
.J1 'iPatrlcteondbllsa Ski vil'ur. K,1 0f V.10 nferee 8"w), theytriM
ilVJL"cf n,uiMi&,AlicelIlllS, ?"Aitrouhlo possible. New YM
HrRelvin a.Clfflgfe,. J M
James F Pryor ami M.i
WJlFBlrlngop nnd Mhs
Milt Ulna "
fj f3 Trliv nnd AfU.. r. 4
bltt. " OH-
John Selman and Mlu, a ...?.
Wado Bolinnn and Miss vr!
Tr.r1n . 1'
Conner and Miss
Miller and Miss -J
David P McGuycr and
R F Clillds and Miss S A Art
Tmvls P Ilurko and Ml
Ittifne T . "kjjsh
I.uvl Shenrlti ntul Aflco -t. .
,. .OT -Manns
A ll,,,l 1J...1.1 , ,..
,.,."' J'"'U1 a"" .Miss F,J
G W Robertson aud Mrs. & t tl
I L Cmwford and Miss N a pj
Prlco and Mis
M S Martin and
Dennh Anderson nnd Mis4
ettu McGnuirhcv. ?
C C Acker ami Miss M A bu
Anderson Summers and Miy sj
L P Prator and Miss Eliza PJ
uiN lJiacicman ami MissEDriJ
S H Rowling nnd Mrs N 0 ttii-I
L E Wilson and Miss E1fc Rr j
Jl Jt lleiHlrlck und Mhs Atinil
Rrooks and Mit3 jji
John C Jarratt and Miss EmnJ
John Criss and Miss Mary BeR
Clabo Walker and Miss (V
MAltrON CO?NTY ISSUED DURIxd
jiu.m'ji of x)ut'i:Mmm, issi i
John May and Mis Eliza El
T E Roberts and Mrs M M IIol'J
u iV uuiuerson ana Alls BnllieJ
Samuel Burks aud Miss Creole 5
Tonev Rossand MissHarrietWrll
-rnwiK.joiinson ana iMiss Ami
John Pellicanand Miss Lottie (
lienry Jones and Miss Cni
W R Knight aud Miss A Spcj!
AW Ilartzo and Mbs Fanm
Harrison Adams aud
iienry btowart and Miss Ed
esiey opencer and Miss Mm
rietta Rulllns. m
.iniues macu anil Aliss Tina FraM
aoijax county issui:d uunixoiB
MONTH OK DCOKMIlEll, 1882,
M A Doran and Miss Malla&a
J C Ranson and M1b Dcrsin Dtol
w A t;orbett and M ss .Tnn Rnrl
Chas Raker and Miss I G Ellisojl
. 1 4ti
KAU-MAJ, COUNTY IbSUKD DUEll
THU MONTH OK DKCEMHKK, 1831
J F Stephens and Miss Fannie
James F Grinln and Miss Cii
Isaac Morris and Miss Amanda I
J a Hudson and Miss E A Somil
J C Jenkins and Miss M C Carifel
v x, jjimgiord and Miss M L M
J W Rrownlee and Mis Laura Sii
Georiro Miller nnd Afiss Ad fiiw!
JP Thomas and Miss C C Sterid
11 Vt Hawkins and Miss goM
T -r -ST... , -.,,. .. -,.- ,I
. .it .Liviauu aim nuss v.- a rvortttg
AH Abies and Miss Annie An
A J Calloway and Miss Ardlllall
John R Block and Miss S F SeM
, F R Tlmmlms and Miss &
o recti. v?l
Charles C Ayers aud Mies Molhtl
C Fall is. ll
...J A Rrownlco and Miss M
Z J) Lambert and Miss N L VfiM
Q W Hynson and Miss H R VM
A M McCormick and iMiss MI
A J. Hardin. Jr. and Miss Lhi
j A Yordict for General Fislc.
ino supremo court, vesterdayn
ceived thl' tojiort of S. R. RrowM
roieree in tlic caso of Mackenzie
ililams :i"!i hist niintn,, n nl
Tho parties to tho suit were funnel
uiiiKcrsaiui nrokera. Tlieir partwi
Sllll l,.t(.l....,n.l T-. l ... ,?2i
i I1U nlailltill's liroilchf cif ..lnimld
?S8,.I20. Thi defondxiif. l..i ,'.. il,nl
!0?iJ-' of the flrm luul lj1-'11 md M
i.M(.ii.oiis aiui trauutiient entra
aim claimed ttiat a larm- balance '
aueinui. The relereo finds fhatWl
sum of SlOl.iHK.s-ohad been impioiicS
charged to Clinton R. Fi.sk; m
Mackenzie and Williams had (
luijjiujicriy credited their aceow
"-J.u-i, ami that SS.tJOti railway boi
retained by Maekcnvi,. n,i -Willi-
it,n.tihe l)erfcoul propoi ty of Clint'
J. l-Isk. Judgment, wero entered
.uiiiiugiy. i,', Ff Marburg wiw coi
sel for tho plalntlfid amrWheeler
x i-cKtmiu for tho defendant. i
tant iVnriV, " ". " ca" llM au in
a","s,u,?'alli'hk, based ous
nuning transactions. I n that suit
roza Hindu u n.i ,...,! ..!. i. .. i,.Mil
ngnlnit boiicral Fisk nnd procured
order of arrest against him during ,
ibseino. General Ffck liastened lij
MU . . """" ii-tincas uw'r-a
to the city when lm honni nf It. 41
Sm,.?r.ilJ?!1. convincing, cxplj
... . ... """ '"Ullll-4. ilLi.
- a aiiii vr ninn -i -.!. kibk Mil
luuiutieii mat his
Mrs. M. F. Lou-er- Tniioslinm.'ft
ttva: "iimif,. ii.... ,c..i lm
wiuimo.iuo; thattheio was due CM
ii -'l1' ,8K 52(5,002.7:1 ; that Maei
i ""'Overdrawn his account 7,
04: tllirt Willlnma rtiv.l II.., Orm!
-''.." i'JII JilLlVIA
greatly In femalo cqM