Letter from Julius
POPE COUNTY. . T A JT" m - Fa tr-Tb tr-Tb tr-Tb : BHt4y "it i'V1'"" " S: 1 , I'BtrasixnLK,' Koveiiler 10,1821 r, 'Editor Qaxkttb: I Arrived as hia place Saturday at L'43 p.m.. after receiv ing1-the ing1-the ing1-the kind considerations' of Capt. Davidson, the ceatiemantar conductor of the k ort Smith road. Here J found and kceebtrdtlttsl faninUEfrJoflbur Mesial rriend, Capt. James Russell, one of Arkansas' Arkansas' most gifted 'ions:' Through the kindness, of ,.Capttfk,.J( formed the '- '- quaintanee of numerous eiUsensf.ths place and vicinity, alLpt whom are friend or theJUJk2TSaAIJkXVaoxloaX( tor-ward tor-ward tor-ward iU interests. " -1 -1 1 Yesterday (Sdnday); inf company with f-apUfcLcL f-apUfcLcL f-apUfcLcL Tited Dover, Jbexeountv rfte of Pope cofcnty, a'nd the borne of Hale, Hogan; Pointer' Co.,'' the '-ilfartnoos '-ilfartnoos '-ilfartnoos insrerri? of Pepe? cou J ; 1 V w -trodueed'tb -trodueed'tb the Tpartlel natoed, and fotfnd, , mucii,i, to, mjr utoiiwiw'V as; niodmt gesttewretF a irwa ve; wy 4oV9 eon-verse eon-verse eon-verse with and bad" I "been an old "tatiieh ' of ,ta county 1 could notfcave keeii more kindly treated. I'-tK I'-tK I'-tK evening weat tber request of intne liosty went to the this ditrieVybf wj partook a sumptuons " repast, ''after which - we returned returned to thiar"plaee::---- thiar"plaee::---- thiar"plaee::---- thiar"plaee::---- thiar"plaee::---- f J Or the; way back Geptv ft. shewed me tbexm-t tbexm-t tbexm-t spot bflfc .otaie.ain&Teekea, TJw "lac jwa,eil selected.' A 1 sat on my horse aad lookedoutia the darkness- darkness- and bubel could 'not 'but admire' th ftftls of the man who could tortn -the -the diabolical plan that ha uchti9 ay4 jiimooa termination. termination. It ik Bear a church, " t-'" t-'" t-'" OCWQf SOD, . A 4 jad iajfsurrQundei Ly. thick nadrtrowtVoT timber. In tbe nkh tie 1i?ce,Uf. nsetbetrxpreifiHSniof the dead Dodson, . . - - i i- i- ; . 1 11 Wiu A H And had Beelzebub himself "been there," he could not have selected a better place, - r. kiaittpoisf m4 i . The slayer of Hiekox, is a young man of prtbA$i tweryeigbfc; years, and )m N'T 'taiUiy bueof the most tnod&f men 1'eter met. He is, if there is anything in phys j iognomy. one of "nature's sons." " f .... OHX H&Ut AXD JtESE. HOCLAJt .. . Ai aa fiue.itenilexiMyi. as I ev'Jjr. Biet in life. They, too, are good friends of the "old dy.OfridBjthejpjjwsite side aire. so prone "to eall ua. But I must not forget Russellville : and 5 to begin, I will speak of the firm oj Ilus-sell Ilus-sell Ilus-sell & Bro.. of whick nune, botit, Capt, James Russell, is the senior. - Thi is on "of the : bub neb aad reliable firms af -Ar- -Ar- -Ar- kanaanidthefropnetOTf-cri kanaanidthefropnetOTf-cri kanaanidthefropnetOTf-cri whole 1 Cast. Binnv.,of the. firm of Dunham WBianey.; proprietors Of lrvery etable of the city, ut Ueorgiaa and a genuemau of the. old 8chool-tamp, 8chool-tamp, 8chool-tamp, is a, staunch, democrat and a friend of the Gzetie i tUMe8raiBayJ&a :HearAl!etocersle of the ."same sort." and I will be heard from in due time, Wheal they visit the City of Roses, I have assured them a cor dial welcome tn the Gazette office. : -j -j I could write sooch' more of- of- interest. but" prefer to wait, as court ' meets at Dover to-day. to-day. to-day. I will attend, and will give U U J."' . . I I . 1 UT UUH UWC6NUJ, tfUMUB.