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SIDXEY SMITH, LUNATIC SUIT AQAIXST TDK WIDOW OF A MAN WHO HELPED MANAGE HIS B9TATK. Bldney Bmlth, a wealthy lunatlo owning property In thla olty, Mississippi, Alabama, and elsewhere, died In 1880. His brother Adon bad been committee of his person and estate, and after Adon'a death, in 1874, his place waa taken by his on, Adon junior. J. Hunt Adms acted as agent for Adon Bmlth. and bandied muoh of Sidney Bmlth' property. Adams died before Sidney Bmlth. After the death of his nnole Bldney, Adon Bmlth, Jr., made settlement with Sidney' heir and next of kin. They now allege that they settled under misapprehensions aa to the amount of tbe estate, and have aued In Madison County, this State, to set asld th settlements. Adon Smith. Jr.. baa now brought suit her against Mr. Adam, the widow of Adam, tbe suit Involving claims In connection with Adams's management of the Sidney Smith estate. William Man yesterday asked Judge Barrett, In the Supreme Court, Chamber, for an extension of time In which to serve tbe complaint In the salt against Mrs. Adams until tbe Madison County action, which la before a referee, should be determined. Tbe application wax opposed by ax-Jndga Horace Hussell, who said that it might be ten years before the action was finished, and it was not right that Mr. Adam should be kept involved In litigation all that tlma. H alleged that Mr. Adatua had settled with Adon Smith. Jr., several year ago. Judge Barrett reserved hi decision.

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  1. The New York Times,
  2. 15 Jan 1892, Fri,
  3. Page 8

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