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It instated that the clerk of the
Secretary of fctata t Nashville has
finished the examination of the books
of that office, tod finds that the total
Sun debt proper U 1 1 91,000.; The
incoming Lc&ialataro will provide for
the payment of this debt io full, and it
u safe to eseonic that none of it has
been funded under 60-3 6 aot. It so,
it is too late to plead the baby aoU
Cir-TAix Will Li. Cameron, long
connected with the water works com
pan; and a general favorite with the
public, recently was offered a very
advantageous position in a distant
Siate, and bad made up bia mind to
aoe. pt it At the request, however,
of the Board of Directors, who met
one day this week bo was induoed to
reoouaider bis determination. Thin
must be very satisfactory all around
and is especially gratifying to a great
many personal triends of the gentleaian
and his worthy lady who would bo
greatly missed if they wore to removo
from the city.
Rev. Mr. Loug'a Thanksgiving
germon last Thursday at the Strangers'
church was listened te by a large and
interested congregation. It was an
effort worthy of any preacher or
pulpit in tho land, and a number of
his hearers expressed a wish for the
publication of the sermon, Mr. Long,
however, does not seem to encourage
this method of bringing himself eiid
what he has to say before the public.
Rev. Mr. Jones the gified and elo
quent pastor of the Court street Cum
berland Presbyterian ohuroh, ws
present on this occasion and assisted
in conducting the servioes. It is good
for brethren to dwell together in
peaoe and unity. Tho differences
between Mr. Long and the Memphis
Presbytery, with whioh he is do
longer connected, were very honorably
and happily adjudicated, and his
church, thongh on a distinct and
independent basis, stands in line with
the other churches in .the Christian
and a common cause.
My ographle Ft-na.
Mr. C. W Livertnors introduced to
the notice of the public the firstStylo
graphio Pen ever put on the market,
and invented and applied the word
"rtjlographic" to this class of writing
instrnment. For years the people
were content to pay (3 for a genuine
Livermore pen, and the same pens are
yet doing good serrioe, Tho succew
of these pens led nnsompulous per
sons to get up inferior imitations,
which they offered at such low prices
tkat many persons not understanding
the difference, were indaced to bny
tbc-nt The Livermore Company there
fore, rat dewn the price of their im
proved Stylograpnie Pens to 12 each,
to give everybody a chance to have the
bflft article of tbe kind. Ton can buy
them for that Koney by remitting the
amount t the Stylograr bit Pea Co.,
23 Washington iireet, Boston; the
pen together with a superior ink will
be sent by return mail, and the money
will to at ones refunded if they do
not prove ti le perftet and satisfactory
ia every reapee.. There is lothing
more appropriate than a Stylograph,
e a gift to a lad; or Kentleman. The
8tl.-graphio Pen Co., is the largest
coiice rn of the kind in the world, with
branches at New York, Chicago and
rr Prixe turtktiatit Card.
.Mefers. L Prang 4 Co., the famous
art and educational publishers, of
ikhu.'0, nave dons much to
e'evate the standards of publ e
ute and to tt mulate and
encourage thow who have a la!-
ent and a disposition to exoel in ait
matters. They have just issued sone
very neat aud elegant liule samples of
their Christmas cards which must te
pleasing alike to artists and the gte.t
masses of intelligent people whether
critioal judges o suoh things or not.
These Ckrds are the result of the las
Prite Christmas Card Exhibition held
in November, 1881, at the American
Art Gallery in New Yoik. The effor
of Messrs. Prant; k Co. in their special
line seem to be appreciated on both
side of the Atlantic and to have
greatly increased and brought out the
innate taste for that which is beauti
ful and refining in nature and in art
The specimens sent out are exquisite
little gems. These prize cards can
be had in sets put ' ' up
uucs or singly, at very
reasonable prices. They are elegantly
Kinged and mounted, or plain
according to the faucy and means ol
purchasers, and are suitable for holi
day gifts and a permanent p'ace in any
parlor, library, or family room. Cata
logues, with prices and descriptions,
can be had by addrcswng the publish
-. i i ...
ers, or me gooaa can be cad at any
first class bookstore.
' oris Ship Canal.
Nabvllle World, 30.
Cploool R'.lfo S." Saunders left lat
evening for IScw lork, where the or
(.anuatioo ot tho Honda Ship Canal
Company will be ellcctcd next Satur
day, This will be rmihed bv the nnr
tie riitht ahead. The following are
JownsendLox, .New lork; General
a r. I5utiir. Mafsaehusett; General
William Mtuone. irginia; Hon
Simon Cameron. Pennsylvania? I, f
Lawson, New York; Governor W. K
Cameron, iriinn; Jn1o Willia
f ullerton, New lork: Judico J. II
l''ry, New York; Hon. Milton SayW
Ohio; 8. T. Meyer, New York;
fliicliael Jacobs, Aeir lork, General
. 1. Uroner, irpinm.
Mri. Nauiplc'a Lover,
It has now been discovered that the
young man who ran away with Mrs.
Etta Samplo was not named hnff r,
as he was represented, but wai Tho?.'
ii Sluter, a wpII knnwn moidtr of ihig
city. The euilij wie returned homo
with her htiNliand last flight. leaving
ber lover behind hor No effort will
le made to prosocute him.
Iriufttar I ol the If air
May be entirely prevented ly tbsuxe
0 BCRNETT B Cor'OAlNB
HomEKEEAnte should insist upon
obtaining Buronts Flavoring Ki
tiaots, they are the best.
A Lite I'nll ol Yeri Ud Ilouoift.
Major Frederick S. Heiskell, whose
death was announced in this paper on
yesterday, was ono of the oldest oiti
ions of the State of Tennessee, and
Dcrbaps the oldest printer in tho
United States, lie was born at Fred
ericktowo, Maryland, and was one of
a large family of children, lie was
of German parentage, and at an early
age entered the printing offico of bis
brother John Uoiskcll.at Winchester,
Va., as an apprentice. In early
manhood he left his fathor's house to
enter upon the active duties of his
chosen profession. For some
years be lived in Virginia and
worked as a journeyman printer
in Woodstock and Winnbestcr, and
probably othrr towns of that Coaiwon
wealth. In 1815 he removed tj Ten
us8eo, ae d on the day of
18 , at tho a-ioiont ton of J ones
boro, be married Eliza Brown, a
woman of remarkable symmetry and
beauty of Christian character. In t be
year ltilb', Major Hciikell established
the Knoxville Register at Knoxville,
Tennessee, to whioh place he removed
io 1815. t t
As an inoident illustrative of the
state of things at this date, he ued to
relate Uat be was employed by the
Morgan Brothers, merohants at Knox
villa, after he got his type, but beiore
the arrival of bis press, to print for
them some change tickets, which were
iheo very much m vogue. Upon this
he set to work, put up the forms ot
the ticket, muuoted bis horse and
oarried the fiirtna sixty six miles to
Rogersvillc, where there was a press,
printed the tickets and returned to
Another illustration of bis early en
terprise oame to light only a few years
ago, when there wai a great discis
sion going on in the metroolitan
papers in regard to the exact
date and main facts conneited wit
the. Meoklenberg Declaration of In
dependence. The New York Herald,
as a rare piece of journ.listip
enterprise, .reproduced tbe sina
tures and fo similes of th t
remarkable document. Tbe nap:r
was placed in his hands. - L)ok
ing at it intently for a m
oaeot, be exclaimed: "Vhv
they have copied this from my
paper;" and turning to an old fiix o
the Knoxville R'gii-ter, da eJ awaj
back over a half century, be poioteo
to tbe same tao simile, which to pro
duce in that day ot meiger facilities
ma.it have been as great an exploit as
it i now fiT the Herald to get up a
new ocean cable and an interior line
of telegraphio service.
He rntored into partnership with
Hugh Brown, bis brother-in-law, and
the Register flourished under their
management for many years. It will
be seen thai from lalb' to 1336, wheu
Major Heiskell sold out his paper to
purchaa; a 'a'tn ten miles from Knox
ville, to wnicn ne removed, very micy
ot the acs ot the Assembly of Ten
nessce and legislative documents were
printed by "Heiskell & Brown.
io Knoxville there w?re bora to
Frederick and Klua Heiskell five
hildren.who lived to man and woman
hood. t.f these, the Hon J. B
Heiskell, of our city, was the eldest;
he nxt. It an h Brown Ueistel!. died
o California, being among the first tt
eek hi form"' in that El
dorado of tbe West; . Ann, wh
arried Dr. Harvey Baker and
died leavinz one danghtei
urvivinc her. Margaret, who married
he Hon: Jess G. Wal ace, now re-
aiding at Franklin, Teem., and Saan.
now a wid w. ber hosbaod, m. la
Campbell, having died ia the war be'
tween the States. After Mr. Heisk-I
removed to the farm, JuJcs C. W.
Hetskell. ot our ciy, and cerdinand
Hei-kell. now farming on the old
heme l1 tee. were born. In 1853 Mr.
Heikell died, and la Igm il j ir
Ueisxell marri.d .ira. Alice ruiker
son, a woman ol fine snse and obar
aeter, who died in 184. leavinir tw.
daughters, B'anche, low the wife ol
David Lafitte. and an unmamet
daughter, Alice, surviving her.
I oder tbe ministrv ot the Rev
Daniel Baker, Mai ir ilei-ki-ll ioiocd
the Presbyterian church, at Kbem ter.
Knox county, 1 eon., abo it the yeai
I81i. and wlMlehe waaatnan r nat
arally irriubia temper, which war
grt-atly aggravated bv uispepaia, wub
whioh disease be suffered for thirty
fi7e years of Lis tile, no one ever
doubted bis Christian character
or oast a reflection upon hit
integrity and honorable bearing Il
was a man of woodirtul enervv and
great "good jommoa sen-e," which as
ba qlten remarked, was the moat un
common sense of all."
He wai outstokeo at all times, in
the expression of his opinions, ami
Uhout tear, an 1 when political stri i
ran high he was a man of many friend
nd some bitter toes. Hot such war
the generosity of his nature and in
teirrity of his Ufa, that tor many yeari-
before nis death be had not an eneon
in the world. His tenacity of opinion
am aevouon io principle was l lustra
'tu uuriur tne late wir on rninv
occisious Though he had one son
in tbe Confederate army and ono in
tue Lonleuerate tongrcaa, he was ai
uncompromisiog Umoa man. In th
first heat of Confederate ardor, the
Southern citizeus of Knoxville had an
order passed by the military com
minder there, requiring all per
sons leaving Knoivillo to take
the oath to the Conf-dorate
government. M.ij'.r Heiskell,
ignorant ot the order, rode into Kox
ville, and when he was riding out to
return home, was stopped by a senti
nol and rcjuirod to exLibit his pass.
This he did not have, and be was ar
rested and taken back to town, and
when he called for his lag was re
quired to "take the oath" before he
oouldgetit This he peremptory
refused to do. Some of bis friends
besought him to "tuko the oath and
jo home," ai he was an old man then
4i years ot ago. Ono of bis
sons happened to be passing
iuiouku ivuoxviue at the
time, and said to him, "No. father
unless you can take tho oath to the
Conf-derate States oonacieutio'isly 1
would not have you do it at all," H is
r. ply was: "My son, 1 will rot in jaii
b-iore I take that oath." And he
never did tke it.
General F. K. Zolliooffer. who was
then chief in command inlKaft Ten
uehsce, ana wuo bad served six vea
as a Journeyman printer In M.,;.
ii pnuung omoe, came to
lVUOXVllle and reloaai-il 'ha r..i ....
II.:..!. ..II'. it.
tlemao, and let him go home without
v.iu. uuv wiiuo ne was uo
8wcrvir,g m his devotion to the Union
be believed in every other man's right
to his opinion; and not only ao, but
bat when be bad taken sides there
should be no desertion of crincinln
for expediency. In illiiStrii r
iuib ui son, wuo was then a Captain
in the Conlederate armv.and haJ h...
.u:. l:- . r . "
for nearly a year, wrote to his father
that "his year was nearly out," he
iiaviug vunsrea lor ono year; "nd
tbat when it was nut be expeoU-d to
return noma awtiiie, and would have
the pleasure of seeing biui
again." The old gentleman
isailifw ewstniil ti i:a'i latter u
lndlsating a purpose to quit tat ser
vice. His reply was characteristic
" 'My son, yon have put your band to
the plow and you must not turn back.
Your way of thiukina is not mine but
we will both act well our parts."
These examples are only two out of
thousands that could be mentioned,
of his strong and thoroughly truthful
character, his profound and all per
vading convictions, let he was not
a stern man. no tovca his irienas
and devotedly loved his children.
VY ben ho knew that death was near,
his earnest prayer was for tbe pres
enoe of his children around bis bed
side. At his urgent request his sons
in our city were written to, to eome to
him, but before the departure of the
next tram they received by tolcgrai b
the sad news: "Father died at ono
o'clock last, night.". When the nm
moos came he was ready, lie said to
those around his bedside: "I am going
to die, I am ready to go; write to my
absent children to come to me."
What a history there is in soon
a lilo. Mrctcbing back almost
to the birth ot the Republio,
what wonderful things in doienco, art.
everyway, havo happened during
iu onntinuanco He announced iu
the Knoxville Register the death ol
tho great Napoleon at St Helena,
fifty days alter lit happened, and it
was regarded as wonderfully swilt in
tolligence. Now it would be known
here a tew minutes after be expired.
During Major Heiskell s lite, steam
navigation, railroads, telorapbs, lei
ephoues,electrio lights and a thousand
other wonderful inventions have
sprung into lite, to accelerate and
broaden tho knowledge, theconveni
eooe and happiness ot man. He war
an intimate friend of General Jack-
non, the confidential friend of Hugh
Liwnon White and John BjiI, and
knew Henry Clay and Polk and all
the rcat men that illnitrates
the hi-tory of our ereat. com
tnonwenlth. He was a Jackson man
until Hugh Lawson Win o became a
candidate for the Presidency against
Van Buren. He was a loyal friend of
White's, and throughout, the wholt
li e of the Whig party he never fal-
'red in his devotion to its prineip'es.
His correp ndence with Jaekson,
White and Ltell would fill a volume
rlis letters, even sp to tbe day of fair
death, were models of neat and firni
P'umanship, strong senso and good
hnglisb lnderd, neatness was oo
of his characteristics Neatness o
dress, politeness of demeanor, affa
bility ol manner, he rev r fornot
His conversion was full ot instruo
Hon, interspersed with anecdotes,
which, however, never bordered u
tbe vulgar. No om ever heard him
use a vulgar expreion He was a
gentleman, and never forgot fie trm
Import or the term. He enioyed Ire
but never forgot its great reality. Hi
hopitality wis unbounded, and no
one, however bumble, ever turned
trom his d tor, empty handed. He
W'S a goo J citizen, an honorable man.
lays xealoua tor the right, ncvet
tiring in hij good offices for the weak
aeainst the strong fail of charity for
the fault of others, and not forgetful
of his own. Ilia ueighbora!l respected
and loved him, and bis children rise
up and call him ble-sed.
inrougn ma whole lite be was a
great reader, and especially never for
oi loo jroie?3ion oi nu enoiee. ' tie
was an inve'erate new-paper reader.
and in early lite and through its al
most one hundred years' continuance
preserve! in scraubooks everythins
'.hat he thought valuable. As the
reeult. he h left over twenty verj
large folios full of the oewpper lite
rature of nearly a hundred yeirs!
ineaa, to nis oildreq, will be a rich
inheritance. But the great heritagf
ne nas o qaeatned them, is hi ninety
i i years ot lifs without a blot upon it
He never urged tbera to anv conrs
o' life save by the most honorabb
Once he represented Knox county
in tft ueoerai A-sembly of th
ctaie, ana wnue ne toox a Keen
interest in po'uics for the last thirty
five yeirs, he eoutented himself
with tbe duties of a private citiren
And so. outliving all of his cotempora
ries, outliving more than three gene
rations of roeo, far outliving the limit
of ih". P almista' allotment for homai
life, but not outliving his usefulness
tW rospeot of bis iriends or th lov
of his ohildreo, as a hclc of ami,
Mdy for the haret, he has been
git tiered into th V.irno fHmor,
Waii-roa Sundar llaralJ.
ine larg Democrat c uij)rityiu
the next Tennessee Legislature is an
ep(Oial sutj ict for congratulation,
sioce it is understood to insure the ro
election of the present senior United
fltates Sena'or from that State, ex
'ruveroor isnam u. Harris Henatoi
Urns .etiremeut from the Senate
would le an absolutely irreparabb
iuso m iue ieiuoera io siue. t is nt
uisparagement to otner csnators to
say ibat in innuenoe. either ia enm
mute dlib-ratioos or upon tbe fljoi
wi iuc v-iiauiour, ue is witnout an
quai. ihis is due to bis babii
ot tnorouKh investigation of everj
suiyecv opon wnicn it becomes hi.
duty to aot. and h is ab-0 Ula innpnai
bility to any ci'mideraiiona exoept the
intrinsic merits ol the ca-6 in hand
.iu uouyur ia ia'e jenrs did tiecn so
SU-COeS-Iul 111 pas-ltig bl N. an. th.
secret of it is because the Htnte has
entire confidence in the soundness ol
n s judgment, and knows that Mtnatui
Uarris wiu not ask it to vote for
measure until ho has tloroughlj
lu.routiuu ana iuna ita good one
and properly framed. Tho laboi
alil. C . . II ' . i
wiuu i7t,uior unrris p i irmi c-vcrj
session is herouleKD, aid achieved at
tne cost ot almost tho entire abenta
tion from social enjoym-nu. His nu
merous invitations to dinners and r
ceptions are almoat invariably declined
iiiGply becauso be regrd. it .n
impnratlva diity to tie prepared to vote
int. nigentiy upon all measure before
ongreas. i nis oonscientiousncB", as
V aunuraoio, iihs eluracter
lxed the Senator wnole publio career
us ie quito as remarkable lor his ab
stention Jrom spotuh nia.ioj ip the
ntuaio. inougn onn ol the ablest
debaters jq that body.he rarely speaks
except to explain In the p'oaroat and
brioiett manner tho bills ho may be
supporting pr oppoin; and this is
because he knows that-the action of
the Senate is very little influenced
by tho interminable speechea which
iioijsuuie so oiueh of ita tinio. A
fluent and uble eueiti.rnneou
speaker, one of the best in a .Me in
which stump speaking has always been
nn ni p irint force in politics, Gov
ernor Harm Is one or the lew H. n
1 " "K-svt 'l'e" r ouncombe.
Inn l,nn... . I. J - - L .
i- ii '.uiiii ii'iunce Himays lirti tiea
to tfiiii attetition, bis st.temcnts of
lautsaro implieitlf balieveil by im-in,
bers ol both parties and his fellow
Senators wish he would p. ,k o'toner
The assuranoa that Fenatnr Harris
will in all piobability be returned for
another term is especially gratifying
at this time when the prospects ot
JJeroocracy are bright, and when bis
who and prudent counsols will be ao
luunh needioJ. fjis retirement from
the Senate at such a time would bo a
mnst serious loss to his State and 1,1,
Thn first A merio in inscription npou
the obelisk now Branding in Central
Park. N.Y., will bs; "Use Dr.Bull s
Uugh .sjrup. Price 25 ocnt?,"
14nlalnn,n I l-
a Robbery in th Name
Merchants' Tnbulations on the Ap
proach of the Holidays.
A Heavy Ta That Isn't
! St. LoiU Chronic'la.
The story of King Cophetoaand the
beggar maid was given a local applica
tion yesterday by a well known uier
chant, wbo, in discusting the business
outlook with a party ot friends io a
club house, proposed that they form an
association to protect themselves from
genteol beggars. '
lou will understand what I moan
by 'genteel beggars,' " headdeif, draw
ing a note from his pocket and passing
it around the oirole, "when you learn
Tom their communication that the
reason oi church festivals has arrived.
and that Mrs Fillapew of whom 1
never before heard, but who announces
herself to be one of my regular cut-
tomers invites me to 'contribute lib
errlly' toward a fair and festival soon
to be given tor tbe benentof a surbur
ban church she attends, and which I
have never entered nor even seen as
far as I know." A look of deprecatory
anguish that had in tbe meantime
traveled in the wake of the note and
brushed a smile from the face of a
Chronicler who sat in its path now
drew a counter irritant from a stout
gontleman wbo has made his fortune
on dry goods
"ihank Uod that she didn t call,
man. and send in your contribution
soon or she will probably threaten to
ooyoott Jon, as a woman did me last
week. I wish I had a list of the many
merchants who have bceu indirectly
ihre'tened with loss of custom be-
tausc they did not find it convenient
to contribute to every one ol the huo
lads of church oommittees who solic
ited contributions Irom them last
inter. It would bo far tunro inter
sting reading than the Blue Book.
but about as much mixed in a 'society'
eose '.' The first speaker admitted
-he truth ot his friend's averment
md there was a general motion all
round the group to give their
several opinioua as he proceeded;
but you all must appreciate the ad
rautave the genteel beggar has over
.he debased person who is supposed
o beg only because she is hungry or
told or ill She can have no concep
tion of the exalted motives actuating
che ohurchwoman who asks sweeilt
nd confidently to be given something
handsome in the shape of money.
oods, or groceries that she may aoo v
it toward beautilying or making more
wn'nrtable the church io which it is
her pleasure to worship. It makes no
difference whether you are interested
in the church, and the oualityof vour
orthodoxy is of no sort of consequence
as long as you respond to the numer
ii us and impertinent calls made in
the name of Christianity, otherwise
vou will be considered a brute; and it
inere is any Haw in tne harmonious
relations of your professions and prae
ticcs, be sure it will be detected and
looimented upon. The women mean
-well enough, but in their coinmenda
ble zeal to advance the interests ol
hat absorbs them they entirely
lotto signt oi tne tact that there oao
be no ai-ology fer the abuse of gener
osity. tor instance, I might with
equal reason announce that the coun
ter stools of my store need new velvet
oovers, but that as I am not able to
afford the necessary outlay this
easoo I shall expeot rny - pat
rins and their friends who
have really worp out the covers, to
contribute toward replaoingthem with
iew material. And this is directly in
he same Hoe ot moral sentiment as
the begging queition; for without
.neamog to be sacreligious I believe
ihe dry goods merchant is more re
-poosible than the minisUr for en
cjoraging religious Drincinlea in
womm. Every man of you who has a
ife knows thatsbabby or oldfashioned
nothing will make an mnJel of
vomto when nothingoUe can. and that
suitable and handsome deses inspire
a feeling in her that is so like that of
religion that I for ono don't pretend
to separate tne two. As lor the beg
ging question, the men who control
'he several church organisations are
really to blame; for permitting
lairs ana festivals to te encouraged iu
this way they find less difficult? in
meeting the financial obligations of
the society. I bold that it church
fairs must be held, and if boaging
must pe resortca to, tne committee,
Mr decency's sake, should call only
Upon the members of their own church
Organization, and leava the outside
world io peace.
"This is a matter of do small im
portance wL,en yqij reflect that tit
Louis has 173 religious organisations,
just thirty-six more than the entire
d'ate of Nebraska can show, and that
tach one of them will have probably
several entertainments oalling
for . contributions during tho
vear These actually oUnuber
he firms considored able to stand the
lonation racket, and in a short time
the begging becomes a numnce.addiug
a large sum to tbe already overbur
dened expense aocount 'which is the
usual acenmpauiment of wealthy firms'
oloset skeletons. Another thing: No
young woman was ever tho gainer bj
vhis begging praetice.and that'the prot
tiestand freshest of them are chosen
lor the work, brings up a Btiggcstion
which, to repeat, wotld horrify the
good ladies sonoemed wbo act on the
assumption that the end justifies the
meana.and who cannot or will not con
sider more th in ono phase of the ques
tjon. an nover approached by one of
those attractive ytidg women that I do
not recall tbe story of that eoccntric
African monarch wbo 'disdained all
womankind' u ntil he saw the pretty
and unsophisticated beggcr maid
but, recollect, be saw her from the
window. If young women who hope
to ne wives would nny (ra a ruori
application to, thejr own owes from
this, it would certainly be easier tor
them to forego the etgoid victories
of . begging campaign Vhieb men
find distasteful because it leaves
ihem no alternative but to play the
gallant hypocrite. During the ast fall
and winter I gave away to chnroh
soliciting oommittees who bc. l fairs,
lenUvals, suppurs, eto., toenglncor for
the purpose of oloariog dobtJ on the
church, or for repairs or furnishings,
just t.000; and I m neither a marcher
of any ohuroh nor have epterod ono,
during BerFice for years. 1 pay a
yearly subscription toward the de
nomination of which my mother was
a oieiuLcr, and ( tm w.lling u aialm
to a reasonable extrnt the other pools
that may need help in building homes
of worship to chutiauizo society; but
the f'ol do rol begging I eonsidr an
HfniH'ti'f AITprtlnn Iter Ilia
&l touit puMh-aa,
James Gordon Bennett's recent
flying visit was uharaotorislio ot bis
rcstlosa latterday life. It is impossi
ble for bim to remain long in one
place. Upon his reeent trip he ap
peared in much better health than
usual, One hour after the vessel was
It ksi night, and the plat;
was u easy as a bsjhive. He went
about shaking hands but saying very
littls. He seems to have a very pecu
liarly kind aide for the pressmen, and
Whon llA ffptft rlnar. nw.nw k.
(Tiogprs a little longer than usual look
ing at bis employes. The hardy fel
lows who handle tbe presses have a
hearty way about them which attosti
their loyalty and geod feeling, and the
atmosphere is not rodolcnt with
syoophancy as it is higher up, and the
men don'5 oringe before him. They
extend their ink stained hands, give
him a hearty shake, smoke with him
and say in an off hand way what they
mean, and are not afraid to speak. If
young Jim says, boonoe, why bounce it
is, and that is all they know
about it, and they don't care
over muoh, and it is probably lor this
reason that young Jim aits on a roll
of paper and admiringly watches
these lusty fellows and doesn't say
"bounce." On the contrary, if hp
comes down as theysay"loadod" he
empties his pockets. He gave every
man in the room $10 each recently,
and when his money gave out, he
tore pieoes ot paper off a roll ot print
ing piper and wrote orders on the
O'shier for tQ for eaoh of thoe wbo
didn't got bills. 11a made a speeth
to tho boys some timo ago, tolling
tbein he was not with thorn often,
but be was in constant communication
with the office, and ha wanted them
to understand that he was always "at
home" when they had any oall to make
His words were remembered, and the
pressmen sonio time later held a meet
log and resolved to ask lor IIUO a year
more salary. The managers woublo t
hear to it, but when he was told what
the young man had sa.d in bis speech
he said he would forward the request
by cable. Before many honrs had
elapsed there came lack from Turkey
the answer oontainiog - the word
Granted." and there is now no such
hero to the pressmen as "young Jim."
JUDICAL AaD DR lNATir.
The "Hearts of Oak" went from
here to Ttxas.
Mrs. Langtry ia to play as Juliana.
in the "Honeymoon," next Monday at
Wallack's Theater. New York.forthe
first time in her life.
MoCullough acted Spartacus every
night this week at the fifth Avenue
Ibi ater. and appeared as Virgioiusall
of i he week before, plajing to crowded
!St. Louis is this week eoinyine John
T. Raymond, Kirally Hros.' "Around
the World in Eighty Days," George
Adams Humpty iiiunpty party and
Stevens' "l'assive tiblve." , ,
It is said that Muio. Patli has ac
cepted from a Paris manager the off. r
ot a large sum to "create" the fart of
lleopaira, in V ictor PI asse s opera ol
that name, and that she will.theretore,
SMg in t ans during the season ol
More histrionic trouoos have trav
eled riouth this season than usual, and
as a general tbiug tbey have done
poorly. 1 bey have maiqly presented
poor old plays, and under the cir
cumatances it would be hardly fair to
expect anything but poor pa'.ronage.
Katie Putnam, the pleasant com
medienne and excellent representative
of Little Nell, is shortly to appear at
Little itocE. She is a hrst-class star
in small cities liko 1'aducah, St. Joe
aoa Bedalia, Mo., but don t draw well
at ftew Orleans and other metropoli
Mr. Henry Irving recently gave i
dinner party, to which ho invited
many professional talkers, and Mr
Stanley, of Africa. The professionals
eacn arrived wun a copious assort
ment of impromptuM. Their sun
pressed feelings , may be imagined
when Mr. Stanley oommenoed talking
oi nis triveig wita tne soap ana con
tinued without ore single flisk ot
silence until the party broke up
Joo 'Wheelock. a fair actor to serve
s me leading star, played to empty
ueuencs ai iittie ivoca, some time ago
Joe led tbe stock company here some
thing over a dozen yoars ago, and was
considered a fair aotor. Later he
played a leading part during the sum
u(er season jn "hvangiiline, at Nib
os, riew lork, and Crane, of liobson
and Crane, was in the cast. They
piay witn oniy a moat rate success.
It was roocntly ouictly announced
io certain snoiety circles in New York
that Langtry was going to take a
Turkish bath in an establishment in
which tho ni"re or less fair bathers
appear together perfectly nude. Th
idea of seeing tbe oourt beauty in tbat
oondtuon was so dazmng that, ruicu
lous as the promise raa, those wbo
heard it paid $2 each and took a b-it'..
an ayyfully lohg bath. No Langtry
came, of course, and the parboiled
ninnies finally gave tip waiting,
Madanje Christine bfilsaon gavo her
first eonoert in New York the first ol
this week. Her American engage
ment is for fifty concerts, and down
to the close of her season at Philad 1
phia last week she had appeared in
eleven concerts, of whi.cb tne aggre
gat gross ree'-iptH were f ll.&Hi. Her
Philadelphia oonootrs yielded $12,013
She gives another oonoert at New
York this evening, and liea leaves for
ftliccp aad San rrancisoo, her ru in
aeor, Mr. Abbey, accompanying hor.
She wil return fast in tbe spring.
So Sr aiky Hlue Mjuicrfy.
The IJerald supported Captain Fus
sell for Governor, p,ot thvonih any
personal preferaoce for the tnao. but
because be represented and denuncu
ttd the principles ooncerning the
settlcmoot of the State debt which it
believed to be richt ajid proper. It
still believes in (be absolute justice ot
tb,e posiviqn thus indio Ud; but it has
never tensed to recognijio tho foroe ol
the inevitable legio of event and so,
viewing the situation in the light ol
tlw verdiot of 7ih of November,
it really . ad mi la the tact tbat
the views htld by Mr. Ftii.J
and b;g following' have boon rejected
ly tbe voito of the voters, and ao
knowledges the overwhelming tri
umph oj the wing of the Lcmocraug
party represented by General Bate.
More tbe exresnioo just used is in
correet there are now no "wingi" to
the Democratic party io this rkato.
The numerical insignificance of the
Yotereooived by Mr Fussell indicates
uutuistakably tho temper ol the Ten
nessce Ietnocracy-aud we era not
disposed to question so patent a fact
as that the pirty led by General Bate,
is tho Jlomocratic party of 'Tennessee,
and will henceforth hold the organi
ution and oontrol tho party machin
ery. Aa ujatur of courae no one
will j.roK)o the lmirdity of attempt
ing to continue tho orga'iiz.t.oo ol
wlut has been known as the "sky
bluo" Democracy and the only alterna
live left to the members of that wing
of the party is to aot hereafter with
the regular Demoorats or with the
Republicans and this is a ohoioe whii h
each individual, with the lights before
him, aunt make for himself. t
. , a. o flTjtixjr
To ill who art unBnriai Irom lh amiri and
In'lli'T' tirtnl of yoatb. aarvoua wauknaiN.
i' Ji'i'iiy. Ion) ol uiannood. alo., I lllieu
a rtolp tail will curt you, KKB 0
CUiKoE. Ttili rratrmrwMillaC'ivre(l
by inla'luuarr la boats Aiunrius. bund
wlf-a'lroime I o)TU. to th Hr. Joiira X.
Iis. blatlda P, R Kora Olir.
Alone lit a MoUt f lorid
Jungle with Baaaarda
JackionvilU (Fla.) riincn.
"Did you ever hear" an alligator bel
low?" The news editor asked the
question. It was 1 o'olock in the
morning; tbe last "copy" had cone up
the tuba, and a number of the young
men bad dropped in for a chat and
smoke before seeking their lodgings.
The speaker leaned baok in his
chair, gave a mighty pull at his pipe,
sighed with the genuine enjoyment
of Jaxation and threw his ankles
ovr a neighboring obair back.
"There is nothing like it on this
earth. It is the realization, or near
it, of the blood curdling roan of
the monsters of fairy land that tor
tured our youthful imaginations. I
don't know oetter how to describe it
than by saying that it is a loud, pro
longed, dental bellow thatshakes the
ground like an earthquake, and at a
dirttai.ee of three miles it seems not
500 yards away." "You have heard
tbeio, I suppose," said tbo marine re
porter. "Yes. I have heard them.
They are not beard often io the torn
perate regions of Northern Florida,
but io the tropical confines of Lakes
Winder and Washington, and. further
et, up in Bon not Lake, noar thn .Hi?
Cypress, the souroe ot the St. John's
'Above steamboat navigation." sug
gested a smoker.
les, and beyond the Innrisi'.
everlasting rifle, the great bull alliga
tor lives, Uourishes-and bellows"
'Lets align uo there." exetaimt
the beardlesi junior reporter.
"You would no doubt mako an alli
gator very agreeable company," said
ine nonoe reporter,
Its, added the news editor, "vnrv
agreeable for the alligator. When
our piny was ovor there from Indian
river," be added significantly, "we
lost our three most valuable pointers "
l noard, retorted the discreet
junior reporter, gluing through tho
door and nearly closing it, "1 heard
that your family were all wearing
heavy mourning about that timo.
Then ho slammed the door and skip
ped, wh le the news editor prooieded
Inl87o' Walker Lund, the cider,
tried to get one o'' his small staamers
up into Lake Washington He did
inaxe two or three trios to Tnnl
Mound, a place i-b mt half wav hpiwopr.
the two lakes tWiudi-r and Wah
luvtoii), but above that p dnt tbe
obaniiol was full of flutine mud
islands and : emartwetd . and
grass. We expected him un nun
fhursdny tight. Several teams went
over from Indian river, it was fifteen
miles from our settlement, and Billy
'iuvuiiuuku auu i roue over on our
marsh taekey. We mado camp ou
the mound, waited till dark, but no
stoamer came. The mound is a little
hillook ot perhaps ten acres, covered
with a dense jungle of palmettos, sweet
gum trees, and wild, vines, standing
vunouiiuij vmiiip in toe miusi or
the low, wet prairie through whioh
ue river ruag. .
"A runaway British sailor named
Harness was keeoinir a HnU mr
on Lake Wiudsor, and, among other
goods, had a barrel of pineton
whisky. Some of the boys got
hungry for a drink and mado op a
party to go down to Harness'. Wnhnd
a little red skiff at the mound, and one
alter another got in until only I was
lf 'I t.. J Ji.,.1 : ., i
tint, i ucj (nu iivu away inio tne uarx,
went to Ilarntss', got drunk, came
near being drowned ar d did not re
turn u,ntil nearly daylight. I made
my bed and went to sleep on the
"Ahoutl o'olook the 'gators begin
swimmin' back up stream. They go
in pairs, and the males 'coo,' as it
were, to their malts. I was sleeping
very peioelully. Suddenly something
convulsed me. I jat up, quaking io
"The fire was out, only red embers
remaining. The darkness in the
dense moss hung hammock, that cov
ered the mound was profouad. Bux
fords roos'ing in the darkness ar
away Were breaking down nnnaninnnlle
dry limbs, and two or threo opossums
were sueiamg afnunq tne dead cm
brs of the fira I sat and shivered.
Suddenly again, right at thn toot nf
the Wound, not twenty yards from me,
came i nat oonow-godsl l can t de
scribe it a noise I bad never heard
in my life boiore. Theu another
bellow answered. I seemed ta h
surrounded by them. My first thought
was panthers, but I had heard nanth.tr
jugh,and oonoluded i( was nit thorn. (
J EOt US and groped my Wav in nun '
pntlfl ww;i my rifle" was -.nii !,
nad been taken by one of the rgrty of
Whisky hunters without my knowledge
or ooo'ont. I got up in the wagon
and calmly waitod my (ate. Within
twenty minutes a form as big as a
whale was pawing around tbo fire.
Thon be bellowed 1 saw by bis
movement that it wan an alligator. It
was not possible to see them but a
CKiSon at least must have come uu
there. Tbey mad away with ev&rv
thing they oould fjod. Then 1 shouted,
I yelled, gwor and danced in the
waon. I felt about for a wagon
stake, but there was none.
."Then through the stillness of the
night I heard. &ir off, tbe prolonged
tally 7oo of the cotr boy. The crowd
was ooming back, drunk.
"I think it soboroi them up a lit
when they taw that camp."
JlarrlHge of a Urllllanl Vonng
Nnhfilla World, Nor. 3).
At 6;30 o'olock yigtcrday evening,
Mr. John C.Cook, city editor ol the
.Nashville Banner, whs united in mur
nageto MirtsSue Battlo Armiptead,
daughter of F. L. Armistoad. and a
niece ot the late Uencrtl Jool A- Bot
tle, of Confederate fame, and bIho o
Dr. Wra. M. Clark, SeercUry of the
btate B ard of Health.
The ooremony took place at the res
idence oi the bride's parents, twelve
miles out on the Noleoaville turnpike,
and was pcrlormod by the llov. L. C.
The attendanta wore Mr. W. II.
McDonald and MissLizzio Blaokman,
and Vui. M.Clark, jr.. and Miss Katio
After the ceremony the gucsUwere
invited to partako of an elegant sup
per Among the presente rcoeivrd was a
beautiful set of diamonds, the gift of
the groom, convisilng of a cluster ring,
eurringH and breastpin.
Mr. Cook ia one ot Nanhville's most
talented and brilliant juurnaliNts. He
ban for years been at the head of thn
local depirtnient of the Banner, and
hid Iriends in this city are many. In
the lovely and aocoiuiliNhud Miss
ArtniHtead ho hH indeed found a fit
companiou, and tho friends of both
parties will rejoioe in the unioq of
(plntOH of l;inln-ot
Ir. It. S.
Prc-'ulctit ?' ir.v!:ind H' )('"'. Baltimnrn.
" I have need Coi.pKN's
Liqiiu Bi:Er Tomrt for more than a
year. It ooiubines tho virto.w of food
and tonio remarkably, and, I am at
luncd, has saved life whan any otlior
inttrlinino would fail." (Kemeinhnr
the name, Couin i-take no otbtr.)
sa Gh A m
BENEFIT fff. ASSOCIATION i
ttt trv rr t-tv
"Maty Happy Returns!" - When
t Orgnnhtd V"l Chartrd Usilar tha Lawi of tha Btata nf TanauaM Aurwt 7th, IMS.
1,500 in Three Month t $90 Ver Day t
BIRTH in QMS DAY! MA&RIACE t ANY TIME!
' ' BIBTH-DAT TO-MOBBOW! '
Largest Benefits! Least Eipeute t Qiickt Returns! Ucst and Safest Investment!
Tha"Roral" 01 this Baby) ii always Si Tilt.
Male and Famala AfenU wanted In ry Villa, Town and Pity of tha United liutei, to wort
fnroufaovaf AaaocUtion, TiSUiaai SOLURi insraoiaaii to our Aaenta.
JUG VAY. SPOTCASU. LIGHT, EASY WORK.
ActWa AganU are Biiirin Ilan.lrd Dollar, riwh, pr jay. h. Capital requlxad
.i.m-i k?'"n ,";'"M- rW'rU tor Uraalan. Pull Vartloulara.
Krneia Bank aoa biMinwt mon of Iiiiihvllle. Addrtif.i
T. Ii. JO ICS, Nec'u. 53 N. Market Stroot, Nashville. Tenn.
FULLER ' & EIcNEILL,
"Co. Aylcla." .
NaihtllU World, 20th ult. '
Sixu R. Walking of (,'ulumbia, has
had issued a revised edition of his
lam)ut book called as above detfigoa-
ted, - This company was tho Maury
oouoty contingent tbat helped - to
mke up thn huot Tenneseo regi-m-
ot, one of tbe 1 crack corps of the
C impany thit narrifd for four yoars
tho "B innie Blue Flan" op and down
the Snuib through shot j and shell,
and privadoi.s of j every ; character.
Sam was a private in 'Company H,"
and has bpcome famous as the prince
of the chroniclers for- tbe '"hien pri
vates in one ot the severest wars of
It relates tho docoYof the men who
shot the Rune, and tramped many a
long hazardous and wpary mile to ex
ecuto tho orders ' of their ciipcriors,
whoso names live in song and story.
UT. I U- I . L V: i .,
m d iiiitb a. i ino uarrauves . oi tne
mighty sons of Mars in great nnmbcrs,
but this small and unpretentious rol
ume tens a story that nils the eyes
with tears and tbe mouth with lauth
tor, ovur the varvina inoidanta dt thn
prandeit shock of arms in modern
times. Mi. Watk
tins lives in Colura-
.All over tho State are the Hon
John J. crtrces and Captain John
x, iiiusman, tbe tbairman and eo
retary ol the State Democratic Kxnn
ntive Committee, being complimented
for the skill and efficiency with whioh
they directed and managed the organi
sation ) tho l)emocratio party in the
late can vasiv The party never had
abler or better oommanders. If they
made a solitary mihtake it ha not
been discovered. To their rise and
skilli'al management and untiring
labors is t$a party lamely indebted
(or the brilliant -victory achieved,
whioh routed Uadioal iniirule iron)
Tennossee for all time to oome.
Honor to whom honor is due.
HAVINU been appointed administrator,
Wifi the will enaex4 of Km.bHh bt4
ton, t It U to notify all p r-oat, il any. wbo
kaveolaiiuaaaainithereitate t nre.rtih.
vatfluinat iney.Pli.pina Fllppin.lt So.
il Madlwn fUeet, within th. t B- n ewioVd
by law or tbe lime wiU bo r Ver 'ml
; Fllpvla A Fliprln. attorB.LyMt"uS;n.
- . ; - mm
BLANK EOOK MAKERS,
15 Coiirt Street
Wrddlng and Party luvltatlons
A Common-Sense Remedy.
No .Horo Itlipaoiatlsiu, Goal or
Immediate Relief Warranted.
. feraanent Care Guaranteed
rlva yearn rlabliahd anoj pTr
anown to fall Iu a aiuarl raa, wale
or .hronlo. H.lrr loan remiant
piialiana ant rt-araiaia tor tba
alnaalaa; or Mnllryllca.
The enly Dlssolver of the Pol onous Urle
Acm wnien exutt in tne Biao& or
wheumalo and Gouty Patients. .
Aitllryllra d known an common ten
remidy, beoiune It ttrikea directly at th
VNti.eol hheomntim. Uoot Hnd rieu alaia.
while to many ao railed 'peeific and i"ipa-cJ
n iiieerti onU tieat locally he effect.
It baa been eoiiecdcd by emlneut toientl'ta
lhat outwerd aipli-r'i-n, tueb an rutiblnt
wttn oi't, pin'mcnu, n lmnnte, enu toottitnii
lot! n will not ermllniite tne'edireaiea which
me the re-n t of the poieonlnt of tha blood
with Urio A"ld.
aanryllt-a worktwlth narreleni .ffoat en
thia aeid end eo remove! ihe dinord.j. It ia
now eiclu ively tmed by all O'lee ated p1 'fi
cianii of Amerua end huiepe. Ilirbent Med
ical Acn'emyoi furii rvporta ear oent
curee In three dayt.
thatallr. " i. a crtam cure lor rheo,
malum Uoutnnd !M-nilKla. The moel
lntenee naini are luMiied al.oel inataatly.
la trial. Kellef auaraateed ir menny
application ! a ImT1 bara fr
il. ILKUBttDllli OT Tctlmnnli. .Ant ttr
Loutandii of tctimonilt -ent. no
Bcut free by mail on receipt nl money
ASK YOUR DRI OUIKTF0R1X
hot do not be rle'nded Into uklna
linit-.tloTu or rnhmitato. r. fmtth ne
recnnimondcda"iunl ananwll" Jnii.(,,0 U
H'niloe with Ihe name ol WaaliburaaA
. oo eaoh k,j. wkioh le tiisrtntee1 rheml
ra ly l i t nnd. i eur !v , lure. I, ,,,,..
li le rtiiuMiu to m -ure unee.i Iu th. tn.u
taent. Tale no other, or teud to u.. .
wisimrasia io cmii'ra
T llroaT4ay, rerun Hii'
For tale bvli. VANVinLnACO. who!,
eela dtemut-, SIM JJaln tr..t, Me'cnh ..
1 5" V
is your BIHTH-DAY?
. MEMPHIS, TENN
, Na-Resident Noiiee.
No. 4R9e-Tn tli Thanoorv Court of flh.lh.
Uounty, T.na -The Stato of I r Dnuaea (0
IltJowanx .U. J.i.ei.h MoKmnel al.
1 appeaxint Irom Bheril! a . turn In this
oauna, that tha di-'emlHnt-. lo.-nih
.V.oKMin. lannla Kldr and il W a;,f...
ot to ba f gnii in hi. omnitii it U thero-
ivra unumi ui' imj make tlinlr appaar no
herein, at the courihouie of She bj onunty
u M'mVh'!1 T,nn , on 0' l lre Ihe flrrt
Tl.. Di-trlct il hlb . huniy, t th- tuna
will be taken for eonreed a t.) tbrm and
jet for hearlm ex parte; i,d thai a eoi of
tbiiorder be pnoliiihert onee a wtw'i. for lor
,H?.1V l",el"- ,n l'ublii Uedeer .
Thia tlth duy of Noveinli.T. IS.
leinar u o mu unut hi ..i.i,... . p
a copy Alton:
M Biiiiih. 0 Hekell. f! W n.t.k.n
and W B
Ulwson, l'u fur ooaipl't
ti' 69 TS 81
BTt l0n, PP8'"BBTrp for8h;.lrn,
Ia"i tfailinan v,. Jlden i
i i. i Jr ,i Z '""" mue iQ'.iaetenUentB
ii imUbiedU the plaintifl ,n the tutn j
dne by account, and that t e WMrn ia
Jurt, and ttM the deftmdanta ar. eon
re. denla f the 8ito .7 . nB.e
U ia therefor, ordered that taid defendants
K u!'rwrT",Ilal PParano. betoie me ea
thaJS-hdayof Decerniier. )ku at -t ri'oluck
?l. "J "V H Sl n . 7 J
J)it lot, Menphia, fenn., and defend eaid
attachment tutt within tne tim. proribed
iri'7'.iS1, thL "m., wil1 Pro
ceeded with ex-.Prti and that a copy of thlt
order ba nuMiehed ono. a weok for four
weeUt in the Public Ledger.
Thia the 221 day of November. -
jirm w joun h'klmanT;. p.
No. afilg In tbe Chancery CVf,,.,. of ou,,),.
in..V J ' lu """a''- iww.and plead,
Mtmon it ?rUT '? ""Plaltant bill, and
petitiKO of tha la in bietrn t ot Sheloy
u tkt? V him ,B,a ,ur herln "-Pane,
122. .m,tl"'' rdo' bo vubllihed
pTlr;df:r.','u, ,ttocM,i" "
pl l;h day of November. I8fl.
R .1 HI inn ni.i ... .
By 1 M Bdl;itt.c.M "4
- w, ... uiuim. hvi tor.ini" inent
6 W 75 II
ta.-Jil" Qr7 Court r Sbtlh,
rouaiy. Tenn.-Ihe -tai. of '. tar
It. . wn u e, el,. Ket 0. i."TT
I 1 apKartnt trora (heriS'e return in thia
1 oame. that the defenda.t." 11. Kr ?,ch,.
ell and M. S itchijl, are no to be fnBBd in
hlt eounty' i, i, "therefor, ordered tha, 0..?
him, of Shelby oounty, in Meuiakin T.,
lht, apd plead, ar , or de.n ur to eo
ant bill at pe'i'l n nf Ta in. iWict of
8ielny eouoiy.or th. tarn, will be laaen f.ir
ftoa eated at t thert and tet fur hear n( ex
partei and that a eopy of thia erdtr be pub-
,h. vVXZ rTk ,or fou' "iva Mil
In the Fnblie Lcdiriir.
Thlt Wth day oi tioTemher. 1882.
A eopy AtUtti
n i w i BLACK, Clerk tid tfutn.
By M Bradley, I), c. AM
end rWH.IiV . W B OIImoii
and CYi UenkeU, tol'n f.y ooaapleli.-te,
3 mi 75 ii
No. iMS-Ta tha Chancery Court of Phetbr
county, Tenn.- The Mute i f Ten ,e te. for
JIU own ne, eto vt 1 ova P riiuith el al
T appeanna Irom Iher-berifl'i m turn i. th'
.aKv I Litit,A? ,ni'i'"1". " f Smith,
yre a Kn.bt ai d Loui Lni rini are not to
be JoO'id in h i county! it U t.eieloia
ordered that th' y make their appearenc
herein, at the cuurthouae of bheiby oounty,
la Denphia, Teon., on or .bet.re tha
Brrt Mop iay in J nunrv, im and plead, n
w'rori)emurU)coin,linant ill ana tiU"0i
of th. Taiica li,tr ct of t he ly teunty, or
h. tain, will b. taken for eonfawed u to.
t'lem Ktid let for heariny ei -par-,.-; and t'jat a
yoprol till, order b. published once a week.
lor Tour tuoceatir. week, la th. Fublic Led-
Thlt 1.1th day of November, 18HJ.
A eop Attett:
By J 5 Bradlev D C. A M.
and W B UiUton, tol'rt fur oompl t
t3 T, 81
No. I;IR .D.-In:tbc l'roknte Court of Shelby
county, rr n.-bavidT. Varn.ll et al .
IJOfeph II. arn ll e al,
.iT?1"1 ir "V ranli'nt In thli cento
that tbe defendant, Jaro.t ll Lauihlui
it a noD-retioeni ol the Hi a t if Te. rj.mce.
end rem ent of theHtnie of fxim: It la
therefore .rdered that he make hi- appe r
aoce bertin.at ihe ooarthout- ofthi I1 y eonn-
ty, in Meinphit,
Mond y in Januai
(i n on or
buftire the firtt
or d.mor to Moapltinent bill! or tbe me
will be taken for ooofeaiied to blm and rot
for hearing ei pnrte, aod thut acpviifthit
erder be p blithe Dce . w.ek, lor four tuo-
eet ivewfekt lathe Hubilo hidgnr.
fbiiiithJ.y of November 1SU.
A eopy Ailott:
I. f.fttit. v.i... n 1
n rtiin-w -n..
inn. n. i:.
byket A O.Uon, ul' for c-DJ lelrnnt.
70 ',i Hi M
For 1881 and 1882.
in ic.ij lua-rict, or their rurentn
W.'l pir ..hi mm. with
i without d. 1 y and tn.-eby
tav. eotu. tall
ani.-- .wa..a. " V" '-r il
lil.trict ton"Ill"i, iifteenth Civil
Wo X. MoixcJ.or.
Sniifl, Pistols, Fishing Tackle;
DOOR AID TXTJSK LOCKS,
ay XTMt, tT1E,
No.lS4 N4mUN NTKJKKT.
I ""5 " llttahP)"lt hann. been
1 inedont under aeotUn Staofth codo 3
renneMoe, and wlurned lovio.1 om . thi
proert of tha a(, .n.. u.TJ... I ... l?m
ll appeannr Irom Kheita''t return In tnlj
ror no "Jhr ;' s&,"p2.r
erojr it no W be lound in bin couuty
lt li therefore ordered thai U m.ke hia
aniiarHnne biirl t .i.. m'i". n.18
Ififtnth Civil li.trl"t. are now a."
eadc.n be f and at No. ft M1M,.B ,t,e,',
J.P rrt- ott. who 1. nutbori. d to ol aot
and leoeit.i for ih. n. ... 01 1
.Ann il ... k
PW lti,4w4 1