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   Atlanta Constitution, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1890, Atlanta, Georgia                               VOL. XXII. ATLANTA, GA., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6, PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ELAINE IS ON TOP, HE fOSCBS Tim SEED CROWD TO COHE TO XER1SS, AND WILL REMAIN IN THE CABINET. The Force Kill 3Tow Regarded as Be yoiid Quay Agaltmt a Cbajifjo of tlie Kales. August and MeKinley have como to tho conclusion that opposition to Blame s reciprocity scheme would be futile and thoj e unanimously decided to allow the "Maine man to remain in the cabinet They ha% e also decided not to make public the iiiilrebb they w ere to issue, nft ickmg the Jliine statetm in and his reciprocity scheme Indeed thev o come to tho conclusion that tho JJ1 imo reeiproc ity stone wall is harder thau the r litads, and announced their w illmgne% to Mr Klamo h head is the surf ice now and it looks like ho is to bo e-5-.ful 111 the only two ques tions ho seems to hai e with southom countries in a opposition to the force bill 3J1 ime is nuUed the great states man ot the republic in pirty, and Tom Ixeed, the tjrant, tho braggart and the goes dow n before him THF BILL DEA.D Theduidel oppjsit on to the forre bill hob manifested itself within the day or two Ins brnight Cabot Loilgo 1 Grand ma Hoar back to "Washington 111 double quick tune Thoj had gone off for a rt st at the New I i nland seasi lo resorts, but wl en he ml jesterdav of the atta  afternoon said the bill would but upon when repled ibetween now and tht 4th of next "Maich Hoir seems completely fcnocjted out, so to K! eak and refused to discuss the matter at all tod i> Quay has como to the support of Teller and Plumb and is now his not to attempt to pass the measure at tli s session "Wolcott Pat3dock Hale A.'li--cnaud Vldnrh ha-se also joined tho Tel ler-P umb of tho p irty and were toda-v aUoeat 114 the polie> of announcing oieiih 1liiu the rules of the sen ite would not lie change 1 foi any n 111 order tl at tl o ernocrats consent to the passige of the tariff bill without unnecessary delay hilo the> do not mention the force bill as it is 1111 posMble for tliat measure to pass without tho rules, their position is, of courv to be --osition to tho iniq it tous measure and from the present mdieat ons the bill will saou be beneath tho sod Tim liecd, of is and has made use of some of his characteristic profa.no language in of the honest senators have withdrawn from his camp lie en w ent so far ad to malvo use of the expression today that the house shou'd not adjouni until the bill became i law, if it took till the 4th of March Ho further saia that the house would not aceept sueh a mi d bi 1 as some senatoib propoied Lntiltbo LOU-JO got the bill it wanted, it would not id jcurn Thus Hoed is row trjmg to build e tlie senate Of course the senate cann t ad without the eonseut of the house, and Heed expects to punish the b> keeping until they succumb, ind pass b s foice bill 11 c chances however, are that Reed ciu t work tliia game on tho senate In the i rst i lace tho senators will not submit to Pcett dictation, and in the second pi ice ho will not be ab e to hold all his men in tho "house, 111 hue 011 such a scheme as tins The between Eeed and tho will to au iiitorostmj one Tho beso opinion IH, tint Reed is butting against a stono v hen ho attacks the senate in the man Her he proposes ies the furee bill is djing THF IHEVT APPORTIO'SMFNT Sujtermtendent Porter took charge oi the census bureau, he made the statement that the ceraus report would show a larije gain for the north westenxre publican states, and that uuder tne reapportionmeiit the republicans gam about tw eutj five members of con gress He however, now hiids exa  has been suggested COI 1 AKFCOIAT Mr Grimes and Collector Walter Johnson called on S ipcniiteiident Porter todaj and requDoted that he h-ive a recount of the popu lation of Columbus Mr Porter promised to examine into the case and give them an 11 w i thin a few days E "W B STIIL THE TAISIJblT EILI. Tilt So nate Gets Throujjli. Tvltn eral of tno Kill "W August senate met at 10 o clock a m and immediately proceeded to the consideration of the tariff bill, the pend- ing item boirg paragraph 107 on page 19 C jhnder audcrotvn g'a'-s, polished Mr Beirj addressed the senate on tho gen- eral subject of tariff lesaslation On paragraphs 113, 11-4, 113, referring to spectacles tlio finance committee recommended an amendment to substitute for the mixed rates fixed by the bouse (and increasing the rates very a an1 form rate of 60 per   Mr Flower of who I tlut tho g nerumeiit bhouM a, t u K it" e e-' a wise mi i I ei b i1 1 1 w on d n t aids his !No biu in s ni ui mean would de clmo o u his oniiih t s a weekij of (in w t! K i well tint lie oil tl bei eut n in r a-sed elhcienej by the rebt and u leaf n 11 ice nit d them Tho motion to n.t.oHjider WAS tiblod tens 1 11 ij Mr Me ixin'cj from the committee on ruloa reports, (as a -5 ihsl.it ito fir Vr losul it on) a re-.o utitm as wing tho ro ai> of tl e i foi rev-, 113 foi an inereaae of f ree it Kitto--i j jard TU V1D THF KKIUI LICA.XS In snea' i ij to the itwolution Mr Cum sud that he rose in defense of public n oi ihty and pi bl'c 1 iw which had boen nci hi a pnb ic official The oulir-. i i eieasnu tl c of Iv tterj i avy jird lool od ts the t e v as uso the ft r i uij i Ho charged th it Ivintii ir i-> for oh tic il pui o e nul to show tint [lUMCUb tn e-sfte H us tno I -it of was mneh 1 in it was i month or o u N V i 01 tho nun en plowed LUIUI fn m M me the btntp cf llioui is a, t L-Jfpd HL ju u 1 tt. Ioii0Lli from tojstiinonj taken by Llm luttti Jin omn ittee >u IHTd to show th it fio j 1 ty ot tho n pubi c. in parLj had been tin o the xi d i lo c. jioiit a' c n Is 1 i s pi i e j w is w f r P thin tue si otgi n 1 1 1 j t iftcpn 3 cars i no ro pnbl em teret irj f t! t h id fat tu 1th tf tho Lanr istf i w wurthv of icpa i 111 1 th t tho Mono iho'j. v- is in toll rable eonthti 11 w t'i a t.p ed of ton and a half knots tii Ihese cro s the prose 'it sccre uy of tlie oitn cii t! u tne needs of tho "ubln ue r ju re 1 I n j a re 1 [F It. tl e n iiln in i ul not ubl e seivice thxt d niiiidM1 in unitiso cf the f o at yrd Hit turn to miffress if tho si t ikcr of this house and t! c re i e i ju f i n t ul f r >m the fa si Iistiu t of L Hi npsh ro wire dt le 1 Thus t] e i lib' o o ild rt ul the secret ir% s r( rtilicate iiui would re 1 1 it aright 1 ut for tho i L es f the n_ publ cm pat tj these M retehed w i ild be 'eft hohin 1 the dea. 1 lino w hei p tin j 1 eloi _.e 1 The ci mm it Lee n in e ha 1 10 id is a subst tutt. for his re In t n i hitioii wl ch leferred the whole o fe se 1 tl e offcndci hnnsolf I 01 TFI LF I tlLII S TO Cl Mr i3uuti.no aul he folt like miking an foi answering thero n irkable demon stiation th-t h id been iniide by tlie eentlemin from Now Ihe c< iitlem m, in hifa search for sensations, 'iad w 01 himself up to a higli stito cf 01 tho fact thaf the secictarj of tho uavj had r %llj possessed tho hauhliood to tho mandatory mstrui ti ns of coii0iess c vpiamed tint Sec retiij Tia j lal disi harmed a dutj ol er1 up n him iti lei tho ibions of tlio il ajipn i itn ill i 1 All the woik he hid unde-takcn n inircd bv that bill He read unUl the applau-io and laughter of his colieig icis) similar orders iss ied under the Cle1.? adm nistiition lie also at- tac ved th it almmtsti ition for its action in discharging union soldiers from the y ir 1 and nl'nitf their p aeea with ex s uicin., the case of out man w h i, tlie oath of il e_ ance on tho Ijta of n inth, and lece cd an on the H th Tlio lesolutiou was then adopted l_'l iiajs 7S Mi Lapey of Towi, submitted the majonty lopoit 011 tl e C 15 ton Breckinndge election case Tho lenort whirli declares the beat ant w c r I rod 1 and laid er The house w-oiio into committee of the whole 11 the ff neml dehciency bill posing of tbe bill, the coiimitleo rose and tho house adjourned TO THE The Committee JKDports a Substitute for tlio Two Eloiihe Bills "W VSHINGTOV August 5 Morrow, of   Milton Turner, an attorney, will leave for Nc v Yoik today to ar- tho dotnils of 1 is plan for colonizing notices in et lie tho plan IB being pioim ed a 1 ww of coffoe dealers in whol of about 000 000 The pmpOM) of tlie i r 11, he sai 1 jester laj, is to put negroes to and Misfxr 1 oj ow n nbi ut 21 0< 0 000 iqres of w hieh will be (1 J jiinci j tlio eulo .ists No rental but laigft! firtholml and the firm will furni H all the means of support for tho IIOC.H OH till tlioj can their grounds under eultn ation and be  three9 tin hist sti on asked lien >o i mtioduce hei ten and ___s___. _ _ ...n itheieu !nm his llircc s ind Ic that he h id 11 I d 1 lust injunetio i and died the death i f tl e just llcfweitj three rhil- dron of Ihom is C imp t re is been a n ih< jnd b'alivart raio iliem idiut, ite approiched tl i fa srn erd slie t dren Vt T t( un n a f t u in Dougl is count} fully Ihn e tuousand desceiid- i j ic out ester I tj it the rpsidom o of the 1 tte Majur ilh 11 i A i ne ir I) iltrii, (j j as embled i1! of liTbs  on Iheir mother's 01 tu In i tin! 13 riie> avy is fuMon s Mr J C mi] tram E ist irgm a "iul Geor-t riilroiid Ala Mr I> C uni of Aluriij Georg'a, Mi J_i A tan p passei r a_P7it it Colum- bus Oa U i the N  sull e t itMii as i II >n "W H heeler, prosidmt i f tlie Ale1- h nit i id I 1 inters' bank, iiren Ai1 i-, bioth r to tho mother CL L] o e I) is Itie Ml i lniv, tho reunion Mi Cxinp of Vu.ti ti Ga is cuminl- of tl e d h's cjreat- gr.ndfithcr ThonasC mi] of IM rth Carolina, in 1 ishi a all imps in UsPcndant0 of same to rite him a history of the r branch of the tree OI %ZINE A IJuilding tp and Several liiaons Injured Di LR n 1st 5 ox UMOII lu-o tli s J D fll i TK 11 V Miti IK 11 s at tlie e >un r oi fw third ind list 11 streets (lit into tin (ol ir f r faomo goods On i caching tin loot jt tl e staii-. he sti tick a m itch M In ii instAT tly ten _ri Ion of beii7ino oxplolc 1 with tin die f rco J he en tne iront of tl tuiil 1 was bl mo i >stt i ons inaniiei llf was f luiul i few m s i cr u tk ui in an allo> in t inonted con hti >n from lus b ims Inch were ie irf il b tlesh adhere 1 to his clo lies 1 en d His is doubtful Ihe building was b tined On the second floor of tho bui lin-, a number of roomers and it is feiied tl at some f them w bile attempting to ipt weic t n ght in the filling building and crushed to   On tlio of a Cashed Ashore at Long- Bianeli LoisG Bl H, J August 5 wreck of a baipo was w ished ashore hero two ilajs ago 1 !iis morning an artist for Harper's Weoklj was sketrhing the wreck when he sah e tlie water a booted foot Coioiier was inimcdi atclj summoned with the idea thit thero was a necoss tv for an He :no nite 1 tho and was astonibhed to sec the lloating corp o oi a nun in a green jumper Tim coronor took of tlie which was then explored an 1 three b< dies were found Her n inie or nu'i c innot be lined bhe may becoal barjro B U wh ch belongs to llbis'ej  tl orliood C base its 7, errors J let eland i bi-chit 6. errors 2 and 1 O Bricn and Sutclille At To 9, hira, 9 errors, 2 Rochester 0 base hits fa 2 ruhhnian and ai   Tillman s district n iless liUmaii will swallow the subtieasury tonic This makes fii e alliance candidates, already in the field, with two d.stiicts to hear from The Registration in Charleston. S C August 5 A revision of the democratic registration books today, resulted in the addition of nearly 1 000 names of democrats who had ether cbanged their residences or failed to register before About throe-fourths of them are supposed to bo straight outs Tho Tillmamtesbhowed only strength in one or two upper wards THE WORTD An Association I armed to Euild a Paik and. a Tiacfe. JACKSONVII r F Fla August 5 .TncJt- ille Dm ing Park ciati >n w aa in ired with a cipital of The lias all been taken up m tins city and New ork and tlie first tall paid in ca h A tr-u t of laud one mile f n. m tho he ut of tlie citj h >s been purchased for a tra  ind chose a board of thir een d rectoix Amoii them are M wor P [Me Qu iul, J i' T R W bimms T V Caslieii and other capi ilists and tnrfmen Tlie directors will meet tomorrow for the purpose of choosing of liceis and appo iiting the manager of tho park, who will bejin tho w-oik at om o It is in tended to expend 000 or {0 000 in irnprov ing tho park building stubles grand stand, etc Application arc a'roady on file from iiumoious owners of racing studs in all parts of tho country for cntij at the first series of rar  Airoeince third Time 1 1 II nrd race, PAhsa.dc tor two year olds SI 0 addc 1 mile and a f Turtle M >rrow won Deuiuth seconil Dru t'esss third lime, 1 r l BtomtJirice Ireehanduap, fcwttn takes arltle 1 mile and a f tirlonp won Her second tjiiosure third Time, 1 IH14 3 ifth rice selling awcrpstakis for three olds Blx ilhige Maid won, Kiamst second, Hirburp: third Time 1 IB Saratoga Itatee SAH.VTOGA 5 race one mile, Ruperta won, K ing Crabb second, Belle third Time 1 41 Second race Alabama ant! a fur Ions Slnaloa led from the start to th0 finish, Eminence secfind Daisj l -hirii lime I jsr'j Third rate, six fur Objection won Urad- ford bcconri Afar  heavy Los Angeles won Cassiub second flood iide third Time, 2 38 racp Pix Retreat filly won. Bertha Campbell second yule G third Time 1 IS The Squall Capsized It. NEW August steamship City of Dallas, from Central America reports thai Captain Charles Kawley, of the schooner Joseph P Macheca, of Now Orleans, loading off Guatemala, while en imitein a sailboat to the schooner with the commandant, the judge of the port, and tn o unknown persons, also two Carib boatmen, seven in all, were capsized during a squall and all were drowned, except the two succeeded in reaching the beach. Captain Rawley'a body 1% as ered and buried the following day at Jjnmgston Tha other bodies have not yet been found TELEGRAPH BREVITIES. Bond offerings all accepted at 124 for 4 per cents and for Bt Louts countv, Missouri, is suffering from a protracted drought, the worst experienced since 1653 Dense crowds of grassnoppers were seen fljing Halleck, >Imn jesterday They came tram the north. Judge George E Struble has been nominated for congress bj the lifth district republican conven- tion of Ion a. The qjtj of Bertm pave a fete at the town Iiall Jast in honor of the medical congress There guests The governor of Uliiaois has algTiecl the -world s fair biil Tbe bill having an emergency clause attached will go into effect at once An official rough count the census bureau shows the population of Philadelphia to be increase during the last ten years of The fanners of South Dakota say they will not have five busliels uf wheat to the acre, the oat crop will be1 DO better, com, with favor- able weather, atnl haa a chance. TJUe covernment of Servia notifiea Austna that -ttStesa the prohibition importation of pigs 'f9 Vfitiliilrawii, the SetFlan frontier wiH tie closed THE CHAIfi OF DEATH KE3TMZ.ER WII.T. FRon DIE THIS CONVICT TO PULL THE FATAL LEVER And tho Result ot tSi6 Electrical KTpen- men t At ill Be Known-The Prisoner Said to bleeping Soundly AUBURN, N Y August 5 best juder rnent possible to be formed with information at hand is that Koinmler v, ill bcoxec-ted to morrow morning It is now tho ijht hkely that Andrew Crooke, a will be tho man who will pull the deadly er The innouiiceincnt has not jet been mide posi- tively but the circumstances all puint to it Keinmler is reported as be ug hearty and sleeping well TOO Ml N A Bloody Tragredy Growing Out of an Old Feud. S IN ANTOJ, ro, Tox August 5 W A t Stubbs and James Tucker two prominent citizens of Halletsville wero shot and killed list night on the pabhc square at that place by John Smothers and Bird Kelly The killing w as tho result of a feud which has existed beta eon the Stubbs and the Kel y fam- ily for some time, Stubbs ha-ving kilted Kelly's brother oral years ago Both the ictiins are joung men and leave dependent families Stubbawaga candidate for sheriff of county Seven shots fired in the affray Smothers and Kelly are in jail Tracing Out a Iragudy RICFTMOND Va August 5 sheriff of Keiinco county, this afternoon, ar rested Thornton Adams, a hite mail, om plojed on Mr Jacob farm, where I eddlor Koschoiter WPS robbed and killed, chaiged with being a partj to the crime It is not known what evideme tl ere is against Mr Adams, but it is thought, perhaps, bally the negro arrested for the batno offense may e made a statement to the oihcers unphoa tinjjthe white nij.ii The lattci pos (le met knowledge of how the peddler came by his death A search warra it was tootten out, and Adams's roo 11 in his sister s house in this citj was searched A shirt with some blood on it was found_______ Will Jones is NASHYIT.LF, Teun August r> "Will Jones a comict fiom Shelby comity who about one half of a ten term for is at-the poi it of deafh in the hoapit il at the penitent His condi- tion is the result of a wound inniclctl by "Will Allen, a mm from Hajwood eotmty, o is m for passi'iff countprfe t nirnev Jones had reported some misconduct of Allen's to the ind healing of it Allen ap- pr ached h in and after a few yroris stabbed h in in t! e IffC sii'e, martin with a ]onj keen ch sel, which entered Jones s left lung __________ A CUnnge of time for Jores C S C, August Judge ituerspoon, piosidmg it i, d county court, todaj gianted a change oC in tho case of II T the Piasslev family exteniiipofoi a id contemporary of "Waolfojk His attorney M ijor W 1 Gary, made a strong argument it but of uo avail The defence asks a transfer to Aikea countj the r to Ijefington .ibis is the nrst time a changeof was granted m this state They K-illetl E ich Otlior NFW OttLrA.'ss ri Time Demo- crat J'j.ns Tex, c J sijta lyrics who cimc here fi mi Good anil I T suv t! it wa-> cunei tly rcpor ed there this mon that Marshal T I udd attempted tr> ai rest JeiT Shoals a notorious rogio out] iw A desperate encomUei ei sued in both L-add and fah a 8 wore killed I a Id had a warriiit for Mu a's for killing J cwis B in near Goodiand two ago A Jvoiitm ky Tr I OUISMLI.F Vt Burnsido, Ky yebterdiy tliere la a between a police judge and the town marshal on one side and Ceil C hebuutaml htssons, John and llira n, on the other Ihere was an ol 1 fend pen P I Smith, the pol no and Pen Cassi day Cas'aidav and Judgo binith weiu fita'lj wounded, the other two part, c p viito ser KOH IktlNOb AYKI-S Although IIJMII ciion Has Termi n.itcd Thoi t, is Mmli I xciteinent BLFVOS August 5 Votwithstand iiig the fact that the msuiicttion heie h is ier minated, great exciteuient prei ails the City, and disquiet continues to Senor L.a'-tra, who was formeilj president of tho republic, has been offered i be it in the cabinet, bathe declines to accept it It is rumored that a new issue of 000 in paper money will be made A b 11 has been introduced in the chamber of deputies prowd ing for a forced c irrency The n itional bank has resumed pijment J ho bourse is still closed, ind the panicky feel- ing 111 commercial circles con tin tea Ihc j ress is forbidden b> the government to comment on the crisis Ibe premium on gold is 209 per cent Rates of exchange failing PRESIDENT PELLEGRINI. of tlie Celman Jtesifirns tbe rrcaitl Argent mo EcjtuUlic VALPARAISO, na GiUestcn, rt A dispatch reconed here sajs that Dr Celman, president of the republic lias presented his resignation to inpt as a reason the political and Imaucial diUiculties through which the republic is pass- ing He has been succeeded the dispatch adds, bj icePresident Pellegrini A Little Humor IjONTroTi, August 5 Air P O'Brien asked in the Jbouse of common this pning whetherthe government would prosecute tho poet Swanburae for his poem in the I ort- mglitly Keview, which he said was grohsly calculated to incite to the murder of the czar Mr O Bnen was proceeding to reaj the poem when the speaker called him to orler, sajing that parliament could not control the poems of Swinburne This remark w as iccen eu w ith laughter _ _ Republican. Fraud Frustrated CSATTAVOOGA, TenD August 5 The democrats have caught on to a modinca- tion of the blocks-office plan, which, it is safe to say will not now be worked Tl e re- publicans had planned, 'n tho election on Thursday next, to send negroes to- tho oatHing suburbs Thanks to the JDortch ana tho registration hill, thei cannbt ote fraudulently m tbe city proper, and by that means get in their work for the county ticket A poll at eich suburb will be made, and anv attempt at illegal -voting will be strongly resisted Tlie Farmers' Alliance of Alabama- M'o'sTGOMFiir, Ala August o The Farmers' Alliance of the state of Alabama assembled here today Owing to the fact that yesterday was election das, tho attendance was small and according to the programme adopted the meeting adjourned without trans- business until tomorrow The Preliminary f Convention. RVLEIGH, K C Augusts The preliminary examination into the homicide featurday, -wherGin Officer "William Koque shot and killed a colored, man named Jones, closed today, and Hoque was held without bail to answer a charge of murder at the September term of tbe superior court. _ TUe Utob Eleotiona. icE CEET, Utah, August Ec- returns of the here liberals -were elected by good assessor, selectmen an'4 attorney and two aldermen by good majon-Ses clerfe treasurer The Mormons tQO sheriff by 200 majority, in a total ote of 7 and vot THE JOTSTBKIK.S OF IGLECTKICITIT' oe o nd a recorder by about sutj-nre, in a totaK. ote of Peculiar Case of LliclitouiEr (Stroke at Co- lumbus. COILMISLS O August Margaret lire --ford wife of A H Breisford.a G I  Man> hnrbe'iuud cattle men who TACIO out were bad v cut bj tho and si veral arc porto i soiioisly injured. Tl e tritk of the storm w about fourteen wide UaiNtuiio as large o.s lien s eggs fell to a depth of six inches which was a or w is entirely ruined heat aad oils in the thock weie so badlj damaged as not to be worth thr ishing Sev eral houses were blov u down am' it would take thou- sands of dollars to or the damage to farm- ers alone _ _ The Impelled KOI Gi la August 5 The statue f a c onu dcr ite soliiier erected by the Cdifecleiato Men on il Assot lation to tho riemoij of those who went fiom this parish to the cause of tlie south was with appr )pri ite ccremon cs this afternoon 16 being the iiiuueriary of the baltle of Baton An Alliance Store List Cl v August 5 [Special ial J will The F irmcrs of tins covntv open a co-operative st >re here on October 1st; with a capital of t 000 A of six di- rectors bos been elected to manage the cern A PAIR Ol OXEN. Josiali Arrested, Suspected of Stolon Them. Josiah Walker a gro who claims to be a farijier in Clirke county ne ir Athens was arrest i d jerterla> uiuriiinp, ab ut 4 o clock, on suspicion of having' stolen a. fine joke of oxen 1 he oxen are now at COT'S s'able awaiting an owner and ilker is behind the bars, tot answer the charge lodged aeamst him when the owner turns up Last Sundae alker came Jo Atlanta the oxen yoked to a two wheeled cart He left tne Fdgewood and brought tho an inals on to the city Monday he droi e the oxen into the back yard on the corner of Fiin a alley and i ort street where he left tl em in charge of tho who occupies the i remises, telling him that he would ret irn in an hour The police discovered the oxen and sus- pecting that tho> were stokn jr pertv kept a them until yesterday monnng. Walker appeared ujx. 11 scene Ho was aircstel as siateJ Ife c'aimed that the immals were the property of a Will Moulffomery or iSJ Monroe of Afheiis, who hid 'eaMnjj tbcm with him for his commission beiDEj all fifteen dol- lars a he-id he w ould get forj them alker "aid he was on a farm near Athens, whirh he rents from a negro named Clem- mens Ore of tlio oxcii is yel'ow, witb white along his back, and with verj large horns The- other is white w ith red spots on each side ot its neck an 1 OL. Its sides Both are fine animals Captain right 13 confident that thej do to ilker, and that the rightful owner w '13 soon bo aloog. SALES WAT Keal Estate Sold TSefore the Coarthouse Itbtcrday Considerable property was disposed of uuaor order of court Besides the administrators' sales the shenfi handled a good deal of dirt to make good tho taxe-s thereon He also so'd some to perfect tat'es Of the real estate men who were on hand to crj sales, King Itoberts -i.ere the first to get in their work Thej sold to Mr M L Tolbert for G03 i sis room cottage and lot, 53x148 at tho corner of Richardson and Cooper streets This bale was made for the estate of Mrs. Catchmgs, of which Mr "tt alter Catcliiugs 3 administrator II Licbman oought a lot ad oin ng tho above, hold for the same estate, for -ou a> siA room cottage coustitutibg tie improve- ments _ Colonel N K Fowler, for Samuel Goods Co sold to M L Tolbert for SI 210 a four-room, house and lot, feet near the corner of Fort on Wheat The property was part of the estate of Jacob Free- man, Mr Clifford Anderson being administra- tor A six room iiouse and lot, 70x140 feet, on East Hunter street, near Moore, was sold lay D. Morrison, by order of court Mr, W. W Lambdin purchased it LWSPAPLRI NEWSPAPER!   

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