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A CRUEL SEPARATION.
RELIEF PEOMISED A MONOTONOUS
COUNTY COUET SESSION FAILS.
Justice WinterVanl Oapt, Cunningham
Fall Out over the Estimate of a Gen
tleman Road Overseers Appointed-
County Court reaasoinblecl yesterday
morning, and the roll call allowed thirty
The first lniBines.1 disposed of was the
Application for riht of way made by tho
.Memphis & lort 1 ickonng Kail way. This
application was roturnod with Instructions
to secure tho necessary consent of two
thirds of tho property owners alons tho
line of the proposed routo. Tho promoters
01 me enterprise received their notition
and prococdod at onco to perfect tho doc
ument, which will bo dono in tinio for the
next meeting of tho County Court.
A vast array of bills ,wero presented,
discussed and passed upon. Among tho
larger ones were the claims of Messrs.
11. Lowonstein & Co., Lurford & Co., Sel
dol & Son, and a number of smaller ac
counts aggregating several hundred dol
lars. The account of Dr. JSerry for profes
sional services in various couuty coses was
referred back for more explanatory In
formation. Several petitions, asking a correction
of assessments, were passed upon aud al
lowed. The account of J. B. Duuninjr, agent of
M. A. Dunning, for $73, damages caused
by the digging of a ditch by the couutv on
propeity oi the petitioner, east of Ituleigh,
on the Memphis Sc bomerville Kailroad,
The report of Attorney-General Tetors
relative to tho condition and serviceable
new of county building! was read, and
showod that ample accommodations were
at present Provided. With roxpect to the
Chancery Court vault, where so many val
uable papers are kept on tile, tho Attorney
General said that owinfto the exclusive
heat of tho place it was unfit for tho pur
poses for w hich it was lcing used. W hen
the thermometer In the adjoining ollice
registered a UtnKTatnro of 81" tholieat in
the vault was 11 Fahrenheit. The heat,
tho Attorney-ticneral continued, ofleu
reached lit)" and. lHO", ami for this reason,
and in consequence of this high tciiiMra
ture, the valuable records were being
badly damaged. Covers were coming oil
books, leaves were becoming soar ami
crisp, ink was fading and the condition of
many records alreacly wus such that care
ful handling and cloc scrutiny alono ren
dcred them decipherable. The report
askc-l fur rvtmirs, and Architect C. K.
Jones win aulimrizctt to construct them.
A conxidcrablo number of petitions for
roads and bridges were read, from various
act-tinns of the comity, and referred or
oiherwie disH'cl of.
'luxation was fixed at 5 rents on tho
(100, and a committee aioiiited to make
the asveiwment, with Instructions to report
at next meeting.
The rcjHirtot tho committeo of Jail In
siKctors was read, and showed that in the
county jitil there had been an average of
niut'ly-tive prisoners, forty of whom were
city, or "chain gang," rionors. Thej.iil
wii reported clean and in good condilion,
and the prisoners well and amply provided
for. Tho north wins had been covered
with a now tin roof, and the south wing
had revived some repaint, a bill for which
an-otiipunied the report. Tho report Ma
Tlie committee on bids for work on the
puorhoiiM) ami work lioiixe submitted its
report on the bid ruccivotl ami oeued by
them on the fallowing ItcinsMliu lowest
bids only being given and tho recom
mendation that the report be adopted:
Kale I toiler Works, a tank, I'll 3; 1'cnn
l'ridgo Company, wrought iron tower,
(740; I.ivcrnioru Foundry and Mscluno
Company, pipings, valves and tlltingn.
f-UVNl; Conk Well Company, well and
pump complete, f 700.
No bid were received on the steed Wlcr
and brick work, but the work can be done
for Foundations for water tower,
not to exceed $'MY, boxing, $40; concrrlo
on workhouse floor ol workhouse, J-'J-i.
K M. Cole, bridge uerin tendon t'l re
port, was read and ordered filed.
John V. Fceck, aiUnt at the poor
farm and Insane asylum, asked by petition
for an increase of salary, which was grant
ed and the salary fixed at $) per month.
Fixing tho number of days whicli each
robust ntlen must work upon the public
roads and thoroughfares elicited a conflict
Tf various (and varying) Ideas. Mi days
were enough, eight days were enough,
nine days were enough, and twelve Uys
were junl tho thing. Per contra: Twelve
days were two much, and would be
creator tax uinin tho oor than tho Cxar of
Kiuwia would dare to levy on his serfs;
niue days were too much, eight days were
too much, six days were loo much in some
ertions w here the work ran bo performed
In three. Speeches were m.ido and rrns.
tlring was indulged in. Juslico Young
bad to coiiio In tlie rem no and savo the
tntirn ruMitiun from being engulfed lu
a madnlorm of parliametitry perplexitlua,
ami iiiiio lay were agreed uKn.
"That menn,of cuunw,tli;il the overseers
tliavo tho ower to conid men to work
'nino davs if necessary, ami if his mails can
be put in good order in a less time he will
not have to work the full nine dnysT"
argued one side of tho House, villi a
The chair nodded aeiuieconce.
"Wo have no authority to give hi in any
inch authority- tho law fixes the over
seer's duty and he must work the full nine
days," anid the other side of the house,
with an exrathedra dogmatism of tone.
Theehair nodded aruii'runreaifain, and
each side felt comfortablyrertain thai they
understood Just how It was and allaboul lu
Who were to bo the oventeers? That
was to I derided by the recommendation
of the J ustieee where no conflict ensued.
Only some of tho districts had their rerom.
mendsllons prepared; tlie oilier asked
further time, which was grunUvL The
appointmeuta so far agreed upon were as
Hist District-!!. T. Walker, 0. F.
rriddle, Nod While, Louis MeCalla,
Henry I lesson, D. K, Ktewart, J. W.
1 .ailcy, M. if. Kelly, II. L Itodgers, F. K.
Moose, ItnW-rt lUrral,.Thoa. Hu in In if, A.
L. Mrlvrlby. T. K. Mow art, W. J. Jtond,
K H. I'arr, J. C. Caatlea, 11. F. Hnltx a, U
11. (iriines, i. It. heasona, Tbv llornn,
William I'.iddlo, Hiclmrd Kellv, J. N. Gray.
Fourth District W. T. JaAsoo, IL Fp
person. It. T. Trotter, W. 8. llainotmo,
C. F. Jeter, CI. A. Williams, J. A. Hlgler,
A. W. Dickson, Dork (ilron, W. J. Kill if,
eo. lUiam. II L. Kiglcr, Jack W. Jams,
It, V. Oldham, James Johnson, J. W,
Fifth District Jame Mnnahan and
SHIBT3 3AJDE3 TO OBDBR
refer Morris. Justice Winters oflered
tfouu uoimau as substitute) lor Monahun.
Sixth District F. M. Vuudorberg, Mosos
Eason, 0. D. Wells, 8. M. I-oviefi, Oscar
.vuvi, jiiiuu livening, J. h. iscnooineia,
Wyatt Saunders, John Anderson, Joshua
w ! i 'i v" J4- layior, J.
... noey, m. mco, James lmniug.
ttavnnlh Tiiut; 01 i xt....' t T)
Nieily, F. L. VaugUra, John Brown, Greou
Eleventh District T. W. Martin, James
RnnU. I 1 lit ... .... .
imou, u. t. narrison, Ailiort Harrison,
Oreon Dickinson. Jackson llradlev, A. T.
lallis, Fd Thompson, J. M. liurrison,
Fd liichuiond, tieorgo Thompson, J. II.
Jlughcs, C. E. Callis, T. M. Howard,
Wm. lieloato, Warren Walker, Jos.
Urown ond Thomas KugHott.
Twelfth District U. T. Farrow, W. I
Morris, (i. W. Ilnm V It Volonn T,iprir
Ciirues, J. 8. F.luui, L A. Viiushnu, W. 11.
Ifudgins, W. W. Ilildebrnnd, Wm. Rob
ei tson, K. U. Khun, 8. 11. N'uuhook, Wes
ley Clark, J. A. Terry, Henry Rtcwart,
'i. ii, iiiuufcB, J. li, r.lllH J. VV, A1SO-
brook, T. Pearson nnd J. W. Hatch.
l ouneentn District J. N. Foru, Henry
Iluviior. C. W. Herbert. V. V. Coiither.
Ueorgo Sims and (Joorge Tate.
i-nteenih uibtnct li li Co"y, Wm.
Sixteenth Dlslrtxt W V Tl..
.............. .....V " IIIV, I'V.Ji
Casey, K J. Watson, Kubin Jones, Hen.
(iarrett, W. R. tioodwyn, Charles Doug-
ms, o. . vtaiKor, joint Wulkor, J. t;.
l'OWels. IL M. Musnn V. r llarenir It
F. Yates, J I. K. McCullongh, David Bar
rett, Albert Coleman and II. K. Mitiipo.
rxiventeenth District James Fito, Frank
Hurso, Frutik Porter, Calvin Mitchell.
Thfi luL'hlrtonlti lli
pared but had not been tiled.
vncn tlie tilth Uvil Diotrict was
reached IL u-ns frumil tn tia innur hm..;..:)..
at loggerheads. JiiHtice Harry read a re
port sigueu uy iiiinsell aau Justice Uarvin,
rteOminenilinir IliA nmuiinlmni.t r1 f
James Mouahan and 1'oler Morris as over
Justice Winter rpml llillinrllv mnnrl
subMtiiuting the name of Johu Oorman
for that of Moinihnli. I'etilinns
read in favor of both sides, an j tho argu
ments oi jiiNiici's uarry ana Winters
aroused considerublo iuicrot. Justice
Wintors's speech was somewhat ssvero on
(Jflnt. Cllllllillfilinm tt'firk ttrna Aula!. 1.1 rt
1 - - .--..f,.... . w '1 I. j wit I'-nii. vi
tuo railinL', urtKj and dunounrud Uio ut
ternnccB ol Juntico Wintoru 6iuilmtically
i .ruing uiuruu.
sit iwiiuiiiim j i nvinvo
bis statement, and Cnpt Cutiniiighaiu in-
tcrrillitcd UL'iai and iliiionnen.l llin ut'it...
metit us a falsehood.
1 hen the fun U garu
Justice Winters turned nn Cnnt Pun.
ninghain savagt l v.
A mill wus looted for worth $1 dmla.
sioii fee. Tho reporters wrote out orders
on next w eek's salary aud proceeded to bet
on tho result
"Copt. Cunningham is not big enongh
for him," remarked one interested Justice.
"Nover mind Ciiuniiitfluim," said an
other. "Ho is not big, but ilia lighting
weight is a sack of sand uml ho can w hip a
barrel o( wildcats."
"Dnt hedou't weigh overeighty pounds,"
said the find.
"No matter," said the second, "there are
scventv-Uvo pounds of thut backbone, and
I1U Hill ll'lll.
01 the lik'litini qualities of either party
there was no r-smi to doubt dipt Cun
ningham iKiuarud himself aud struck an i
attitude of defense. '
JllKlicO Winter rnslieil nt hitn l.nt an
ranght on the fly by Mierilf .Mclxndon. i
1 wo or three others rushed around and
confusion reigned supreme, ft was plain
that tho friends on both sides were going
to filibuster and that ring rules could not
bo enforced. HeU wero declared olT, tiuiet
resUinMl and tliAronrt ndinnriiml nnlil thrt
second Monday in .Mar, ut 10 a.m.
lucre win oeno roati working unti alter
the next meeting.
Anrlla kVnleat Wnl Msniphl
AT MOOSI TODAY.
Forty of the Most Drsirablo Lots In
Will Ho OfTered at Tublic Sale
lljr r. W. Rayaivr A .,
At Whoso Ofllco Far.s First Tickcii
May be Had on Application.
At Wham Wss Mb IhrawlngT
A gentleman waa strolling down the
street last evening and espied a beautiful
young girl in a third story window, with
sparkling black eye aud a smile on her
handsome face that betokened supreme
happiness. Mie was busily engatred in
throwing kisses with both hands to some
object of her scminUion across tho street,
and in return seemed to be imbibing great
joy from those given in return. Crossing
the street the gentleman waa enabled to
discover the object of her alTection and
attention, who proved to be a young man
well known in tlie city an 1 employed in
one of our largest establishments, who
also ocrunied an uter window. The
young lady had a pat kairn nf sol roloman'a
koko lulu -fial in one hand, whicli she
kissed and then atUunpted to llirow cr
the street to her lover, but her delicate
little arm proved inadequate to the task,
and when the precious gum full into the
si rue t the hearts of !olti sooined to sink in
disappointment and grief.
nnl i m Cosilsi.
The Hon. N. H, Cox, tho witty debater
and powerful champion of lHMowrary,
will lecture at the Memphis Theater Tues
day, April 2.1, at 8 p.m.
The latest style in light colored Derby,
all color, young gfnta nobby bilk Dress
and IVrby I lata, htetaon's lino toft snd
lH-rby Hats in all color, boys' and child-n-n'a
Cruhh Cloth and Mraw Hats, gcnla'
Crush Hats In all colors, shape and
grades, from 75c to $X
Mam Comk,2Iu Main St..
The only practical Memphis Hatter, under
CloMlsaaa 4 hnrrblll. III Mala Ml reel.
Have one of the moat romplete stocks of
fancy groceries to be found in the city.
J. A. TtAii.RT A Co.,
330 Second, corner Union,
Fru. Dress Milrt a specialty. Finish
eo,nal to new. Memphis Kteatn Ijiundrv,
2J4 hecond street, ltranch ollice, 111
I.rt T. M. (ialbreatb, N'a 10 Madison
street, rent your bouses and collect your
Inscrs your gin-house In thaCitins'
Insiiranco couiniiy, No. 43 Ma liiKin street.
TIIE MEMPHIS APPEAL: VrJODXESDAY, AIIIIL 17, 1889.
ON FIRE IN MID-AIR.
ONB OF PROF. MORTIMER'S MIRACU
LOUS ESCAPES FROM DEATH.
a. rrjiuisinir uanoon Ascension at the
Rome, Oa,, State Fair, Last October,
Turned Into a Ploture of Horror Moat
A T1 i
Appalling by an Unexpected Fire.
There Is at present in Memnhlsamm
whose many balloon ascenaiom and uVing
paracnuto lumps have lor years naat boon
the subjects of thrilling narratives In tho
pross columns of tho country.
1 hat gentleman Is I'rof. Mortimer,
rrof. Mortimer was met by nn appeal
reporter last night.and among other remi-
niscenses, related tho following thrilling
narrativo ol his miraculous esrnnn from
death nt tho Romo (Cm.) Suite Fair lost
On the afternoon of Oolobor 4. owina
to tho high wind which prevailed, it was
Impossible to indite the balloon nrjnerlv.
and tho thousands of snectutn: ir.Kent
wero sorely disappointed. Chagrined nnd
mortified at his failure, tha Professor au
thorized the press of Rome, lia.,tostato
that on tho following day "ho would glvo
tho people a balloon asconniou orgivo thorn
Nearly 20,000 people iwomblod at the
Fair grounds next day to Witney tho
ascension. The large monster was rapidlv
Inflated, nnd when everything was in
readiness tho Professor shouted, "Let her
go: grabbed his trapeze bar. nnd the
balloon nseended amid tho applause of
thousands, while tho Professor was per
forming wonderful gyiiiuantio feats on tho
bar. Tho balloon shot upward like a
rocket about 2,000 feet. Suddenly, tho bar
that Mortiner was astride of, swayed vio
lently to one side, aud a loud awiNhiiiL
noise was heard overhead. Ho gliunvd up
ward, and, to his horror, discovered that
tho air-ship wus in (mines; a holo being
burned in one side nearlv as l:ir'a us u
door, through which the wind rushed,
causing the balloon io lean sideways. The
balance can bo told in tho Professor's own
"Tho words I had uttered in tho news
paper ollice, '1 will eive tlie neoide an as.
cension or a funeral,' flashed through mv
mimi, ami l sam. mentally, ne.-w 1 11
give tlieui both tiiis lime.' I realized my
awful Hsilion, but, stiange to ray, with
nothing but death staring me in tho face,
1 was us cool ns at tho present moment I
gave mysidf up for lout, but nil 1 could
think of were the words, 'I'll give them an
ascension or a funeral.'
'1 ho balloon kept rareenlnn. and I was
awaro if it turnml over llmi iimiuxni U....I.I
le inv lust huildenlv 1 ilioie.lii I I
would at least make ono eltort 10 save my
self, and, rapidly eliinbiiiir throiiL'h 111 v
small lump, 1 cuulit hold of tho large
Iioop oil too Ixiltoiii nt tlin ball. Mill and
each tinio tho wind struck it I exerlcil mv-
self to tho ulmuttt to jerk the balloon down
the other way. My weight on ono side
IikhI to Imiauco it. but all this
limn though a good deal tdiortcr
tnan It takes to tell it-the hole
was rapidly growing larger. Niddcnly tho
iiillooii Ix'gaii to ilesoeuj, and ucv.-r b -
ro during mv cunvr as an aeronaut did
1 descend with such raj.iility. I'.ut tins
proved my salvation, for the lauld resli of
air kept it indited and pretly Hir.iigbt dur
ing tho leiirful (ii-seent. rapidly de
svuded to my bar and felt for my life
lines, la mv consternation 1 discovered
that 1 hid forgotten them. 1 gr.iMs-d tho
liar with IkiIIi baml and swung down
ward, in order to steer thu balloon 1 tr of
trees on neailUK the ground. All th sto.ik
place In a few moments. I could mo pco
plu hurrying along tb railroad trucks in
tho direction of tlio bilruing ballisni. snd.
looking upward, ihscoverod the bailtMin to
bo one mans of lUine. I niamiKed to swing
clear uf 0110 tiee only to bo dashed against
another, crashing thmuith the limbs luck
ily breaking my full, liuully Ihmiu: ilaslied
into a bed of thorny briurs, w here I wind 1
ha e been burned alive had it not been
for assistance rendered mo by two ine.i. )
rsi-aped with a few severo bruises, but I
dhl uot uiind it, being thankful for my al
most miraculous c-whn-. Un my may
b:u'k to itoniu I met hundreds of H-ople
hurrying toward tho place where tho bal
loon descended, expecting to behold my
dead body. All expressed the greatest
surprise at my csciimj from what appeared
"J have had many clone rails during my
career as a balloo iu-l, but none to compare
with the Itouie, lia., exierienru."
PITKIN O. WKIOHT,
Journalist and Writer.
Newspnx-r srtii lea of all kinds written.
Ixtlers, rssays, reHrta, circulars, etc,
written or armnced for publication,
fpecchce prepnr.Hl, desrriptivo srlleles,
advertiseturuts, I' sal notices; any kind of
article from a love-letter to a challenge,
or from a sermon to a theater party writ
leu. All communication strictly confi
dential. Address, rare ol business ollice of
either dull v piis-r.
)n M'r Im Tar Awajr Wrslh,
From UisOi.miu KcmivTiL
Tlie fact that tho hooner Carrie A.
Ducknain outsailed that a'irnisaivo D-ituiu-lr"j
gunboat is very satfariory. If our
ships cannot gel away with llin navie of
the world they ran get away from them.
Will be found an excellent rriucdv for
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Thouviiida of lellers from i-oi a lio hsv
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a w. nr.
r. b. niiutoit
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sea are liable to constipation or other
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Often fatal consequences. The most sure
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of Aycr'a Cathartic Tills. The pru
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HEED OA Tb. -a
jo i ( 1
o CD w- 1
NEW STEAM LAUNDRY
Q;;o. ILTIHW TUBKISH BATHROOMS
JL .Woods Subdivision of the Wright home
stead have been sold to well known citizens who
will immediately erect handsome residences.
This property extends from Wright avenue on
the cast to LaRosc street on the west, and is
known as the Judge Wright place. It is hand
somely improved. The house, a two-story brick
of nine rooms, together with stables, carriage
house and servants' rooms, in thorough repair.
The improvements arc surounded anil faced by
a beautiful lawn and grove of forest trees. Con
venient to street cars. Retired and delightful
residence property; away from the heat and
dust of the city yet within the city limits. If
not sold within the next twenty days will be
subdivided and sold at auction. Go and in
spect property. Take Hernando streetcar line,
or the Second street green line cars. Plat of
subdivision can be seen at our office.
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HAVE THE LAROEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
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II Ult.lM! NIMIILK NLMItKIl IIU.tlVINUI
Inks plmio in e.ln), f i, 0(i,or en lnnnths ol
Ilia j-.-ur, anil 11 r. all ilrnwa in puMlo, at (ha
A en. 1 1. my uC Minln, Nw Oilriuia,
FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS
J or I tit our of lu lirntrligi, auJ
l'miiil.t I'ltrinsnt of Veto.
. Attiotnl w follows:
"M itf tiorchvci-nlfv Hint its snivrrlss thnir.
rsn,rrm,.t, (,,r n tlin Mnnlhtr ami Soinl Anniisl
i'riiliW.c, i, ,ni,,iitsut6 Uiilrry (ViinsiiT.
ani In lu rviii man 1,) sii.l roiunil iIip Drsivln.i
iicmMMv.'i ami tli.it tlin niu nro mmtiiPM.I will.
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aiiiliiirl.-K tin. lorn pin y t uw tliUunr-
lltl.'alc Willi f.u kI iiII
i i( unr.uuatiirwiatUoUjs,
tti nslwunfil, llinks an1 tlanltcrs, will
rsvnll I'rl -xsitrsiiii lu Tins hi ii. Inns Kins Lo(.
Icri.'s whicli msr ho (inwin vl nt our muup-n.
R. M. WALMSI.KY, Ptetident La. Nat l uantt.
P1KKRU LANAUX, Prrt t Hut. N.t B,n"
.iL,i,W,1,, Hr"'J" N. O. National Bank.
CAKL KUHN. Frsiidenl Union National bans.
Grand Monthly Drawinj
Ai Ilia Armlomr of Slu e, sjrw Orlaant,
11 I -ill V. MAI ti. I8S!.
Capital Prize, : : $300,000.
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CAPITAL PRIZE, - - $60,000
OO.OOO Ticket ut 14, 1320,000.
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Apjioal. II per year.
4,1-43 V MONROE V STREET.
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