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n rt WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, APR..», IWU A. C. WB1BT01. I. I. ALLES SuhrcrmtioH Per Y eat. $V.OO Entere«! at the Poutofflea nt P«*r »son, Mia«., as secouil clnos matter/ — 11 1 '■■■-- . — ■ - » ■ ' DISTRICT ATTORNEY. We are authorized to annonnee CAW. W. H. FAKfHFT, assnnetta mnoty, as » candidate for the of of Di» loot Attorney of thi» the Vth judicia' district, composed of the onuntir* of Issaqncnt. Hharkry, Werren aud Claiborne, at the ensuing •lection Hol.Jcct to the action of the Demo cratic party of the district. Gil n • FOR SHERIFF. We are authorised to annonnoc * X. R WALKER M a candid itc for re-election to office of Sher iff of Claiborne comity. Subject to the action of the Democratic party. CHANCERY CLKRK. We are authorised to announce* A. K. JONES a« a candidate for re-election to office of Chan ce rr Clerk of Claiborne oonnty- Subject to action of Uie Democratic party. m CIRCUIT CLKRK. We are authorized to announce W. D. PATTERSON s» • finl lilr for rwltflioo to v/fic* of Ciraait dork of Calhorn* oonntjr. Subject to action of Uie Democratic party. Wh »re authorised tn>nnonnra <!. A FRENCH m » ean.lilat* for office of « ircuit clerk of Liai Uim*» county. Bobjectjto actiou.of the Demo cratic puty. TREASURER. W. arc authorised to smiounoe K. BAONELL * »» a candid«!» for ro-ri*cti*n to office sf Treas nrer of Cisihnriie county. Subject to action of tbe Democratic party. i ill ASSESSOR. * We are anth«risod to announce IW. H.BENTON a« I caadulste for re-election to ttoiTof Asa*« ■or of Cieiborne county. Bubject to'action of tbe Denioc-atie narty. Prospects for fair peach crop in Lin coln county. Gulf and Ship Island road will prob ably be built after all. The excursion of the Tennessee press convention up White river furnished food for great thought and buffalo gnats. P- C. Kellog, of New York has re ceived as his commiorion for for selling Lcl&nd Standford 's horses. Gen. George addressed a citizen's meeting at Starkville and was, unani mously endorsed for re-election to the senate. Senator Regan, of Texas, has resign ed las seat in the United States Senate to acoept a position as state railroad commissioner. Jefferson county Allianoe endorsed Hon. E. Barksdale, and recommended people be Allowed to vote rorU. S. Senator. til it the m primary We must not lose sight of the fact that the government is to be supported by the people, not the people by the government. Every fellow must sup port himself. Jim HOI denies the report that he will resign Vicksburg postoffice in fa vor of white republican in consideration of jiayroent of half the salary. He says he will qualify. Gen. Gordon will call the annual meeting of Confederate veterans for Jackson, Miss., on June 3rd, the date for the unvqjling of the new monument. He will be present. Major Sessions was a passenger on the A. A V. sleejier that was overturned I near Brandon last week. This is a dis . P>y. of zeal which the people of Missis sippi do not require of their railroad commissioners. Greenville iiad another scare last week when part of the old levee caved in and let the water against a protec tion levee that had not been completed. Water washed over into the streets for a while, but large force of men soon had the new levee high enough to prevent any serious damage. Jack the Kipper lias made lus * jiearance in New York. An abandoned wormui was found murdered, Friday morning, with her person most horribly mutilated and bearing the unmistak able marks of the original Jack. The police are much mystified, but doinc their best 11. L Land, proprietor of the Mis sissippi Chut hopper, and chancery clerk of Attala county, died at Koscius ko and was buried at Rocky Point, his old home, with Masonic honors. Mr. ÏAiid was a man of talent and splendid traits of character. He leaves many warm, personal friends, relatives, and a loving wife and son to mourn his loss. ap C. B. Lewis (M. Quad) late of the l)etruit F re- Frt*s, has accepted peti tion on the New York World at a sal ary of 515,000 per year. He bf^an _ eihtor of Maysville, Ky., bulletin at a salary of 515 per week. M. Quad has ever been a just and true friend of the south, although in Ihe northern army himself. IBs war articles are always interesting. The Free l*resx Kts luet the man who gave it its indi viduality. Stella crevasse in Washington coun ty, w hich was 320 feet wide and 17 feet deep has been closed by Major Starling, ïïfi,7' r - l-"Tto«t«vcrck»cd. A dyke .WOO lee, loii^, oooipwedol 4x4 piling, «5 c " d «f «««J ' and extended in crescent slutpc around the break all sccurclv bruwi towthor r jÏEi- yIl V' «".with sacks of earthy I his j.icthod was invented,by Barney Manon, suficnntendent of bridges and buildings of L N O. k T., and will be iramedi-1 ately truid on the Robinsonville ere Ta.*se. j as i FIGHT IT OUT. It is the duty of those who oppose the sub-troa8ury scheme to present can didates for the lower house and the senate. It is absolutely oertain that champions of the pet measure will take the field, and their challenge should be accepted and the issue fought out square ly on its merits. There is no occasion tor bitterness. No need to read any body out of the party. This is a prin ciple one wing of the democracy deavoring to fasten upon the platform, and should be accepted for just what it is, not for what it is' viciously or maliciously" represented to be. None, we suppose, will deny that so far as the party of our fathers has been urv is antago But it should is en heart! from the sub-treas nistic to every utterance, be as freely admitted that if a majority desire a change, the desire shotald be gratified, however much some of us may deplore it And how are we to ascer tain the will of the people except through the medium of the ballot box or the convention hall ? We agree with Mr. Barkitt that offices should not enter into this county fight A contest for these can but degenerate into a scramble for spoils, and when once principle is laid aside and the voters understand boodle to be the intent and purpose of the battle, it will he a sad and melancholy day for the reformers in whatsoever garb they may But when it array themselves, comes to legislative offi ces there is some reason for a stiff race —their votes shape the course of Mis sissippi in the councils of the nation, and no man should be allowed a seat there who does not reflect accurately the sentiment of the state. We hold, therefore, that Claiborne will commit a grove political sin if the legislative elections are allowed to to either side by default. Men hold honest convictions and are able to ive a reason for the faith that is in them should be brought to the Iront, and the sub treasury in all its phases discussed before the people. We want no blatherskites or extremists, butguod, honest, sensible men who have the good of the countv at heart and represent something other than $5 a day and the privilege of being absurd in public. Let's roll up our sleeves and fight it out And, we might as well remark parenthetically, while your sleeves are rolled up, if you would put only one-half the work in your cotton ami com fields that will go into this canvass, the idea of a necessity for a land loan and a government warehouse would vanish forever. WHO PICK THEM OUT. Elsewhere will be found a clipping from an exchange pouring considerable hot shot into the gentlemen who are fond of referring to the 'subsidized press." It is hardly worth while to notice these reckless fellows. But it looks reasonable to ask for a few names. Will somebody please point them out from this list? Misxittsipiinn, Com mercial- Herald, Natchez Democrat. Delta, Advance , Greenwood Enter prise, Corinth Herald, Fayette Ckron <*rle. Meridian News, Standard, Ox ford Olobe, Kosciusko Star. Greenville Times. Democrat, Yazoo City Herald, Columbus Dispatch , Winona Times, Aberdeen Examiner, These, with many others, strongly oppose the sub treasury. Now point out the "subsi dized," or shut up. in so INVITE GEORGE. The executive committee which meets at the court house Friday will, we are informed, call a meeting of the demo cratic clubs of this county to select members for a new committee, and point conferees to meet Jefferson mittee and make arrangements for lection of senator and floater which the two counties elect in common. Our committee should at the same time invite Senator George to address our clubs on political issues of the day. It is due the democrats who oppose the sub-treasury scheme that both side 3 of the question be presented, and we know of no more distinguished exponent of simon-pure, aU-wool-and-a-vard wide democratic doctrine than the brilliant detender of the honor of Mississippi against the assaults of all Yankeedom. Invite Senator George and give him a respectful hearing. * ap ■ >tn NT WORKS BOTH WAYS. The roost potent argument against the sub-treasury heresy is the unanimi ty with which successful farmers op pose it Mr. Burkitt classically says: "Scratch a fellow who *: Alliance move merit and y c office seeker." The rule r ing the find an works this way too; "Scratch a farmer who raises his own meat and corn, who is not afraid to work hard himself and who knows how to get hoqest labor out of his hired help, and, instead of a fellow nicking his brain to borrow from the government money which he lias him self to pay bock a hundred fold in ex orbitant taxes, you'll find a man who is out of debt and has a little spare cash to lend." 18 0 Stop Squabbling. The political squabble in this state has assumed a personal turn that do no possible good. The only way to meet the issue that now confronts the people is by calm, dispassionate argu ment We do not believe in mud throwing. The attacks upon Mr. Bur kitt, for instance, can have no effect ex cept to the more firmly unite in his support men who, if approached with appeals to their reasons instead of to ^ r . . ,n, g^ be induced to * ,> ™ aj£e i doctrines he preaches and re - m ^ democratic faith. The pmeat high pnee «Feen. <W , hst £ «rnwiTlt delta meet plant oorn or be ™i„«L Nn Tr 1, r tann ® r , c f n ma * e ownev raising 0011011 at e, g ht cents who has to t>av ;75 cents per bushel for corn on whS to raise the cotton. -Boltvar Hevicw A terrible explosion of powder at Rome made the Italians think Orleans was after them. New j can . Y. M. C. A. at Natchez. The state convention of the Ynunp Men's Christian Association which was in session nt Natchez from Thursday to Sunday night was in every respect a delightful success About 75 delegate» were in attend ance, including Secretaries Ober. Laurnnster, Wayte, and Willis, Dr Erdman of -North Carolina, Rev B. D. Gray, and others of protni nence. Prof. PoHitt, and Messrs Oberschmidt, Berger and Ross rep resented Chamberlain-Hunt Acad emy. Exercises during entire session were spirited and helpful, and the fine impression made will be of great force in furthering the work in this state. Geo. T. Fulkerson and the Re veille man went down Sunday morn ing to see that our Port Gibson rep resentatives were behaving them selves, and found ourselves greatly repaid lor the trip. We looked in at the Presbyterian church just in time to hear splendid sermon from Dr Erdman. In the afternoon three services were held at same time. Messrs. Laumaster and Hugh Richardson held forth at a meeting of young women at the Presbyterian chapel ; Messrs. Reed and Pollit conducted meoting for boys at the Y. M. C. A. rooms; and Secretary Willis led strvices for young men at tho Bap tist chtird). Mr. Willis has a fine voice and his singing was much en joyed. • John Hnrper of Natchez was pres ident of the convention. Mr. Pol litt was chairman of committee of resolutions, and took active part in many meetings. We reooived most cordial wel come from Mr. Rumble, of well known Rumble <k Wensel Company, whose elegant home on the bluff affords syiendid view of the river ami Vidalia. Wilson Rumble is erecting a residence just back of old Fort Rosalee, which relic of is his property. Possibly the best view ot tho Mississippi is obtained from this point. Many delegates left on the 8.30 train »Sunday night, poor connect ions for the north compelling them to miss the closing exercises .vhich are described as most impressive. Convention meets next year at Jackson, that city having beaten Vicksburg bv jnst two votes. Many thought Vicksbiiçg shou d have had it anyway, as her needs are great, hutrest nmldn't see but that Jack son required a little warning up too. many wars verv to RELIGIOUS. Contract for $3500 Baptist church at Glostcr let to Meridian parties Thcrt are over 200 Y. SI. C. A.*» in Japan. Missionary meeting at Presbyteri an church Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Attractive program pre pared and all invited. At Mozart Aeadmrv of Music, Sunday, Richmond, Vn., led the south it doing honor to memory of Gen. Jos. E. Johnson. Splendid meeting of Y. M. C. A at Natchez give those who were not posted a fine idea of the magnitude of the association. And yet Mis sissippi is far behiud many states in this work. In pursuance of the request of the Virginia Camp of Confederate Vet erans, h brief requiem service held at St. J.unes' church at the minted hour l ist Sunday afternoon, in comemor-itiou of the late Gen. Joseph E. Joh i«ton, and was well attended. so was ap Services Imv • been appointed for •St. James' elitir h, lor Ascensiontide and Whitsuntide, as follows : Ascension «lay, Thursday, May 7th—Morning, prayer and holy communion, 11. Evening, prayer, (choral), and sermon, 7:30. .Sunday after Ascension, May 10 — »Morning, prayer and sermon, 11. Ww' t *unZ er M n „v •l-er mol «eriiion, II. Children^! I sernce, 4 ,». m. Ev.ning prayer and sermon, 7:30. Monday and Tuesday in Whitsun week—Morning communion, 10 o'clock. prayer and ante Missionaries in Africa say one woman is equal in work to twelve men, sinco women can go anywhere, even among the fiercest tribes un molested. Prof. Huxley having denied the authenticity of the scriptural nc count of the destruction of the sw ine by our Savior because it was a wan Urn destruction of property, which i was against the Roman law, Mr j Gladstone arrayed all the forces ofi history, law and .Scripture to prove 1 that Jewihh rule prevailed where 1 the miracle occurred, and that the keepers were in a forbidden business The past week lms marked the celebration of tho Hebrew feast of the I'assover. For over 3,U00years the Jews all over the world have celebrated it on the eve of the 14th day of Nisan, the first Hebrew month, ia commemoration of the delivery of their ancestors "out of the land of Egypt and out of the house of bondage." Unleavened is the only bread used in devout Jew ish households during the week nor is any yeast used to hake cakes' and housewives pride themselves particularly on their ability to bake the passover food well. 'There is another peculiar fact in regard to this unleavened bread or mazzoh. There used to be a wildly aburd t le p re va eut that the Jews used i the blood of Christian children in Tt ma u > fact that a certain bacHlua app'^i,* riïsi. Vn?»: U douKh a red tinge, and thi, wJ , ttg . _ (K * ^7—2T'S SOIL'S' T* , £jtJZi m ) Ready für Ins;p©ot,ion. To Inorea.se Ou.r Business. Our Entire Stock at Prices That Will Astonish Buyers. • We Offer Tin's Means Business. Call on us Before Purchasing Elsewhere. LAZ. LEVY'S SONS, Fort O-iTpson ; A. of in a poMiCtn b« blood. The microscopic organism overthrew the life of man}* a devout Jew. MATRIMONIAL. A. Aschaflrnburg'of Vicksburg, and Miss Kmilo Srhacfrr,* of Yazoo City, wore married last wecX. Both prnm ineut young people sud the wedding was a notable one. Davis—McLendon Elopement.—| Mr. J. ('. Davis, our new photographer, audLYlifci Corn Mel«eudon, daughter of Mr. Jesse McLendon ot Montgomery plantât iou, were married at Vicksburg Monday morning. The mm ringe was a great snrprise to rolal ives and friends, as the parties first became acquainted at a picnic only a few weeks ago,*and had not met siticc until. Miss Cora canto up to Port Gihsou Inst week on a short visit to her «tint, Urs. Traylor. Sun day afternoon they in company with several other young people started out lor a stroll, but soon became separated irom the others and walked up to Oak Lawn whcie they took the anernoon train for the Hill City. Mouday morn ing Judge Murch's services were railed into requisition and .soon made the twain otic. There would probnbly have been no opposition to the match had they made known their intcutions here, but per haps it only Deeded the romance at tached to an elopement to mid the fin ishing touches to a pure rase oi love at first sight. Vlr. Davis ia a native of Nashville,. Tenu., and is an upright, turnest young man of gok d habits and industrious disposition. He kept books for .Mr. Gates at liarriston for some time, hut is uow engaged in photographing. The bride is well known as a young lady of refinement and many personal attractions, aud will receive best wishes ot many friçnds and admirers for a happy married life. For the present they hare rooms ai Mrs. Tray loi Rob ertson & Jonns, Jonesboro, Ark., writes: ' C. t). Oilaiu Chill Cure gives ui.iversul satisfaction." Pleasant to take. No enre, bold by W. !>. Ik due. ' no pay. As an'evidence of the progressive spirit of some of th.jne endeavoring to secure control of affairs ii, this s ate we cite the following resolutions of the Chapel Hill. Clarke Co., Alliance; "Resolved. 1, That to r , the state making an appropriation to „ the Worlds' Fair. j 1 a, 2. That we will not voto for any man 1 l ' for the Ilegislature who favors ma king »nation. we request the sulr-alliances in the county and state to cooperate with ns. rAi,L Will as The Brand >n RtptiUHcan says snch *"' ppropriation would probably each of these men one fourth of a cent, and moves that they be excused from paying. an appron 13. That an A tax A CALL. I« .»«• Z M. liarber .ill become . I " n<ll ' ,alc , f » r reflection to the legiala 5? H rec<are c " thu ' iI<un,c "P oi Be«irs nerful ley a "C. C. (3. Certain Lbill Cure," tbe most pleasant to take of all Fever and Ague remedies. Warrant*-.! to Chills and Fever. Sold by W. D. Redus. «•ure Many Friends. Brandywine, April 25th. James W. iiancaKterJIawkirmrilie, G« write», "My wife was in bad health for eight years. Five doctors and as many mon difforent patent uj«*iicine» be i d. ne ber no good. Six bottles of B. B a cured her." ^^ e ^ cmi9on ^' s residence burned at ™ < ' r *®** Monday through his 3-vtar 0,(1 boy's starting a fire in the closet T?' 1 ® house." Insurance men th,, ' k he well, it begins with -o i th,, ' k he well, it begins with j ^ h - p -, ~7T-I-. 1 u "«nson s sister, Mrs. 1 ,xf t0n ' th f° w « from a carriage at ^ eves ' ® an «a.Y, ai, d badly hurt (ien. Vtm Moltke is dead. *Vn a.by « u kck. w wc^o»^ kH* was « CSuW, «be ariod for Castaria whoa «a« mo». «h« cm** m rs«-«*. I U , ,t—t— r—- 1 Iftl-H-jP nc5 L05AL WEiTHEB BECORD, 1891. temperature note-1 «poolal!y for the at 8 p. m. laily, from bw*t^a*tf-reKl«ierlna luuruiuenta, e*p«»aetl f n the open air. For Week Kudin# April 28tb. W''XTa. THERM X ara. weathee. Max min. 22 -I 53 Rain 3 pm Ciondy.rainl to dawn Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear 23 73 60 76 52 75 51 24 25 2ft 78 4 ^ 27 84 49 75 5d X U; 'J .4 Ice Cream Freezers, Flavoring Extracts, Wire Cloth, •Crystal Fly Traps, Shaker Preserves, Fine Shelf Groceries, Clay Furnaces, Lime and Cement Jelk's Cultivators and Side Harrows, J* -AT-» to r , HP to „ ' M 1 k, y } irc ' ve "f nn,] cnr ' 8 « r, l* j 1 a, "lu W liu*kj nhsoluteljr pure. Weis li 1 l ' uru l«'Vlii»ky fortifies *y*teru.*t\Y»l>cl»s rAi,L in r,' For cramp«, colic nd neu mül-Cil^L. All druggists. Will en s 1 ,, ' or burns and scald?*Sold Ml-flnJ»—by druggists. Nobody tdse offers such bargains as Bernard Forster. Think of a *"' l >'■"ur boy at only 00 cent>. Milk Shake at KellevV ? Ice Cream every day at Kelley's WliLpn nl I,, ° r bruises, sprains, puts 1 * 1 nnd woiimls. Druggist». Parole Whisky.elixer of life, at Welscli's We have just|n-c«iv«Hl a fresh supply of Be«irs Little Giant Pills, q-hey give nerful j.itisfnction wherever used, ley A <'a., (It.) man ville. Ice Cream.— Kelley's ice cream parlors opened Saturday with good business. Everything has been over hauled and refitted, and a more de lightful plane to refresh oneself after a hot day's shopping can't be found. Children cry for Parole Whïîkÿ. Welsçti's Physicians prescribe Parole Whisky. Soda Water at Kelley's. won Dud : «. ALL SKIN/^nd BLOOD .DISEASES. 'jio Beat Household Medicine. or tvric» each year the ays ° ° ld * Mr ®* "° rcn5 ' d F meet* ai« case» with the same cer taiuty of ffood rowults as | ' I* 11 -o • nee ———-a— — ~ ~ ■ ^ JUttc., g ht Mi ''•J. Mason, IjOTAXIC pl.oon RA1 Vi ïïï.'SSt cs*- -Ä - s'v-t k " ,Ut * ,,rc fc "'« 5 had -!T«-< : ..ârÂU-'oo n Âïï. Mi"*- BANK R Qtft ^ OFFICEII/.r^Ks 'Ï^ÏORE FIXTURES :Ht »'LR R V M F G CO NAÇ..V.UF. ^ ' ten? ed * I y l* li ESTA BUSHED 1887. IKOOHPOILYTED IW. Louis Hoffman Hardware Co •» WHOLESALE DKVLKUS IK a Biinljf Plows i Implements SCALESjAKD BALÜCES, Aud all Kind, of T ■v ' \ "* * ro '-w« 1 '» »"■" *i« iJ LC S HOFFMAN HARDWARE CO., O.'Y IV LOCK, VICKSBURG, MI8S RAUS -COWS. jpOR RAUS -COWS. Young Half -Jmwty cow«. Good milker«. Cheap. Address, L K. RU88ELL, norrphraya. Mi«.. »rpJO 31 J^-OTICE. „The Rummer ncboola will May 4th. I wji| be m teacher» on 8« tarda May 2nd. open on Mondir, my office to contract with *)•, Apnl 2A«h. e U< j 8»*imUv f- N. BRA8HKAK, Jr , Port G iboon, April 13, lSSi? 00 -** ö ° pt ' Backlsa'* Arnica Salve. Tbe beet salvo in the world tor cut* •ore«, ulcers. iaJt rlu V "" chapped hand«, chilbbii.«, oorn. a^d all : . rnptiou«, au.l positively cures olw^or k > require. I, i. «uarsntLd to giv. '^rf^ L7 tut action, or money rtfundwl. ^Pri.iT ". Il^rbcx. For sale by J. * ii'aoif of l,, ^ r '^"Fm day di»e..|ie,r bTmumâl i,^' » '• thto | r. urin« from C*' jT Gr,m "* ^ tltme the businesa in bk n'wi?.. ,nflln E w»U con ' owu •'«.Hint. aiwunmiK »11 li.biho! l fo^ - hi ' , of Griffiog Bros andi. i.ivtr ot ^aflrm «11 t Uiius due »oid^ürtB* J L. Oaimao. Mis« . April ». , 8 jî -^OTICE -MEL IDIANNU Ra£ÎÏŸ] — «j-, »««,. wiU b n? 8 ,r H' ° r " ru *m..ntal wiU pleaw drop me » lMM1 ui .. ? nd »hniU them. Tree* are «, 1^!*^ r 1 wiU v ^ nearest r»Uroaddam^},^ 1 l!l #r ®° Wiwi at I* • home lndusUy wi»i, U- HeB *cmb<*r t uu 11 * < G s ft7i?S ri ^ p#rte,,oe - Port G iboon. 3» A1 co ed JQI9HOLUTION NOTICE. « MM, «I ». dale rt *>ot tbs l«d 13, ** acres ju "t dale D*>n rt iamls Briug yoar baWeaVnd hare ed quick m—^■'• cat,'' * pool men* j u *t issued. **** negatives them phoiogroph Davi.- Gallery. Nc w OpporifWho^H^**^ sweet, but W,i K h t X b.v C. 8. Maso: I y too. '« are awfully s, the kind kept N - are just "fop utter are ' J Smoked Beel T Mas »11 'h. ynguc at W, J. y. UNDERTAKERS. Levy Bros. & Welsch. Porf Qibson, Miss. —A rULI, SUPPLY or— Metallic Caskets and Cases, Rosewood and Walnut Caskets, Gloss White Metallic Caskets, Gloss white Wooden Caskets. A1 «rays in stock also Wooden Coffins* co erod and trimmed or plain, de' a filled f»roruptly and oar fin® hearses sent to any point at any hour day or n:ght Carriage« aJ*o furniiL* ed when desired. We respectfully offer our services to the public. Or 0OMMIS8IONT.R-8 BALE. In pumuance of a decree of the chau<*ry MM, rt of CUiboixt ooudIv, MiMitRippi« «I at the April term, I8yi,iu the cause N 0 .UH 1 ». Bei nbelraer A Sons wren Hobt. H. H*p dale nutl oU.ar», I »m OB Mood.r, the !•» ^ rt June, 189L aithiu le K «l hour«, at the fro* *>ot of Ute eoart bouse of said county, *♦« tbs highest bidder for cash, th« folk>wi»S orihed rral esUte, «itcated and lying >b eouuL-, to-wft Lot 8, east half lot 3, st«nh b^f l«d 1, lot 7 esrt half lot «, «ectiori 38. towwddp 13, rsage i oooutniag »8« 11-100 ** *84 80-100 «créa mcÛm Land 44 3l^JnO *cr« w«Uoa 2, Umuship 12, rang* least ; «k» acres off the east ride of section 3, iowuship raoge 2 «si; aloo 2-« interest in 20 »ere*. **\ waring the dwelling bouse, yard,on>hoo»e*»f" orchtrd» of the old Clifton plsce, being P»nff ju section« 2 «nd 3, township 12, range 2 e * ,< ' "t in^ ait tin lands owned Ly tbn lat* Johal'-g®' dale in Claiborne county, except « »er* * D **fT D*>n Î, township 12, raiijre 2 east, «rid by *• 1 Ragadaie to the M E. Chinch South, **> « ha ** August, 1890. For a fuller description o fM *" iamls •«« said decree and tho proceed'"*« 10 r partition of the estate of F. B KafrdaK »" A. K JONE». Clerk »txl t onnni»» IU,, * f ' ceased.