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PltH'K 2 CENT8. VOLUME CXI.--XO. 145 Hcrring Roe New Potomac Family Roe Herring. 50 Barrels 50 Halves 25 Quarters 100 Kits. PRICE'S PACKING. also 50 pails HERRING ROE 90c each. G. W. RAMSAY. Yeteran Dust Extermina ting Sweeping Compound. Draws Dust Like a Magnet. Antiseptic and Disinfectant Does theWork and is Cheap. For Sale in Any Quantity G. W. RAMSAY. STOP You stop before cross in? a railroad track when you see an ap proachino; train, yet did vou ever LOOK at the harm you are doing yourself and family when you use an inferior flavoring cxtract? Why not LISTEN to reason and use an Alexandria made ex tract. Ask your dealer for LeadbeaterV, abso lutely pure. N. > I 1' i: lla\ Ing .|iiali(ied as ex.vu the estate ofM \I!V 11.1.1 \ I'. d. all persons having elain.s tl.e said estate are hereby notl Ii.-. I l i ; ?: ?, -s, nf Ihe s:\melo me dlllj ve si?tileuient. aml all i ersons ln deliti I to said estate are hereby notlfled , prompt pa\ meut ofthelr Indebt ' ic-s ui ine. H \'Ml ll. II. 11 N T, ? I t|,-> l.M-elltor WEEK EKDT1CKET8 Loeal w.ek end tiekets Washington t<> rset, Warrenton, Harrlsonburg. ltlii. inont and interinediaie ststlons s,,id i,u Sntiirtlnvsand Sundaya, valiU for re lurn on Momlav al very low larcs, will |,e | .-?ed on sale l.v So.lthein K-iil?.i\ il \\ i>n.I?. ('.'. beginning SA1 i i: DAY, Ma\ Jsiii. aml eontlnulng until Detol.er .' illelllsive. l. B B&OWK,Oeaeral agecrt rcm.isiiia.i.Mi.v am. ti:i-wi;j.ki.y \r i. \/.LTTK BUILDING, 310 and 82 PRINi i: STREET. IKiiteredatltie PoBtoffloe of A l.xandr.a. Vlralnla. as second-clas- matter.j Ttaui": Daily ' year- s-'-'": '' """lll's IZ.S0; s montha ?li",: ' rnoatth, ??> oenuw l week, l" eenta. ? M-w?>kly i year. *00: fl nouttM. I1.&0: t montha, 75 eenta; ' "lontb. -> Oontrael ?dvcrtlaen will not be allowed toexeeed tholrspaceunleaa theexceas is paid for att.-uisi.-nt rates. and im.ler no circumstancea will they beallowajl to a.iv.ilise otber tban tbeir leglll matebualneaa ln theapaee eontraeten Reaolutiona In memoriam, of thanks. tribiites-.f re.spe.-t, r.-solnlioiis adopted by aoeietlea or r*enona.unle??orpuDiic coneern, will be prlntcd ln the papar as advi rtlsements. UtraiCATED. MY l.lli: l* UMi THE SHATTEB |.|> \Mli:( K. 11V ROBERI KMMl I HOOl \1\ llfe is like the ahattered wreck Caat i.v the wavea upon the ahore; The broken maat the rifteddeck, I'ell of the shipu rock thal i- o or. Yei from the relles ofthe Btonn The marlner his raft will form, i .ii.-.- more to tempt the falthless aeo But bop.- rel.llilds lio bariplo for me. My life is like tbe l.ligbted ..ak That lil'Ls its s.-re an.l wlthered lorm. s.-atli.d bj tholightning'Hnudden atroke Sternly to meel the comlng storm: Yv\ round the saplen trunk will twlne TI.urllng tendrlla ofthe vlne, \n.l llfe and ireghneHa there Imparl XottO the passion I.light.-d heart. My life is like the ahattered r.,.-k ln nii.l o.-.-an loiie aud drear: Wom by the >v i 1 ? 1 waves eareless sliocK Tbat round its i.as,- Its aurgej rcar: Vet there the Rea-moaa ?till "ill cllng Some flowers will ii in 1 a .left to spring, And breathec'en there a sweel perfume l'or me Ilfe'a llouels i.lore Will l.looin' Mv life is like the d.-.n waate Bv human footnteps seldom prest; The eyc no IVeahnesa there can traee N'o verdant spot ol) uhieh to ivsl: Vel e'.-n among thoae sandx -.> drear The slork will teii.l ber young v. ilb .-are. K'.-n there tho notes of joy imimrt Bul naught ean oheermy lonely hean Al-ltl \l. V IVIttATIOJI. The inai.leii royage ol the lir-' man paaaenger airahip, the Deutaeli land, is announml for June 22. The counw will '"' from Friedrieliahafen to Btuttgart, Mannli. Im. Cologne and Dueaaeldorf. The n.iits.liland Wllfl buill after tlie Zeppelin model jointly for the Ham burg-Atnerican Bteanwliip Coinpany and the Qormany Airahip Stock Com pany. The epoch-niakjug aorial ex* riiraiona will be carried outooaluxu i ioiis seale. Th. eal.in of the Deutacliland is ol mahogany, buill after the style ol a uleeping car. lt is carpeted and inlaid with mother ol pearl. Large windowa provitk an outlook on botli aidca. lt i.s aituated between tho gondolaa. A reataurant will aupply cold meata, tea and win.s. The dinietisioiis of the vessel are: Leugth, 485 feet; uiiltli, 46 feet. Its capacity ia 24,852 , nl.ie yards ol gaa. ;u"' '' *'" r;uT-v three motors, totaling 380-honepower with a sp.-.d of ".?"> mil.s an hour, Tbe liimt of the voyage ia fixed al 700 miles. The lifting capacity of the .raft is II 000 pounds, of which 11,000 will eover crew, passengen and freight. Tlie liist tripa are fully L.-oked, tlie fares varying from 125 to $50, gPEAKEti (ANAUN 1)1 I I'.MIS Tlll, Itl II?>. The old tllles of the llo.lse Were dc fendedandthecriticsofSpeakerCannon were score.l l.y him in a brief addreaa late ii. flu-scssioi. ofthe House..nSalur day. He contendcdthal theoperation of tbe mi.- as adopted l.y the pjfty flrsl Oongress aml as onforoed l.y bim never had interfered with the will "f th.- ma j< ,r it y of the llonse when an a.tital ina jority bad been obtained on any propo sitioii. II,- Kored newspapi i . "igazine writera who had eriticised him, and de clarcd that they had proceeded from a la.k ..f knowledgc and npo*i false prera Mis speech was made jusl after the Hoi.se had agreed to the conferenee re? port on tln- railroad bill and bad accept ed tlie Si nale auiendliielit to the state hood liill. He Burrendered his gavelto Repreaentative Mann. .-f Uliuois, and, descending to tho floor, he went into Ihe midal ..f the republican ?id? and aaked unanimous consent to oddreaa ihe House for too minutes. There was no roiceol protest. Proceeding slowly an.l in measured words, the Speaker declared that who ever shOUld l?' Speaker of the House, whetber for two <>r eighl years, could not escape criticism. Heapoke ofthe ;>tt.(HV)l.ills intioduced in ea. h Coi all with tlu-ir advocates deiiianditii; c..n sideratioll. Many lnetiil.ers introduce bilra that they do n..t wanl pass-d." he Wetil on, explaining tl.e troublea that face a speaker. and he d.-dared that, under ihe rul.s a- they had been adopted in the Fifty-first Congrem, it had at any time been possible f..r a majority in the House t.. legislate. Referring directly toMinority Leader Champ Clark, the speaker s;iid that tlie gentleman from Missouri would make tbe best speaker thal the minority coi.ld obtain. This rernark was a rignal f,,r an OVation by tln- democrats in honor <>f their floor leader. Continuing, tbe Bpeaket said that m.t half as many bills were passed under the new "unanimous-oonsent" ruleasforuierly.ni Ihe ridieuled the sueeesiin aliout i.- roleass "Csar." What. v,-. the elamoi might be, he deolared that he preferred t<> maintain his lidelity to the inajority of the House. Referring t?> newspaper and magasine wriu vs. he said he would rather keep his own -elf-rcspeet than "bend to demagogues and the self-oon stituted rigbteous ones ?|1(l eriti.i-e without judgment snd without knowl ' edtre. " POWbER ' makea dellctona Ice cream for lc. ? cllsh. Nothlng to do but put 11 Into milk and freeze 11. At groecrs. 2 packages lor 25 cts. KILLED IN A W?LLWW?W. A pessenger train, loaded with emi prants en route to the west, running as the second aection of No. 5, Ibe Cbicago Limited, on the Ontario and Western Railway, was wrecked at Parker, a small station 16 milea south east of Norwieh. N. Y..at 2:15o'clock yesterday morning. Three passengera wer<)killed and 25 injured. Tbewreck occurred when the enu'granl train craahed into a locomotive running light. Tln- engineer an.l fircman of th. train cscaped serioua injury, as if l.y a niiracle. The engino was returning t>> Bklney from Guilford Summit, where ii had been sent to assist a coal train ever the heavy grade. Tlie engineer, B. P. Kingman, had ordera t.. wail at the siiii.ii.it until the second section ?.f N... 5 had pasaed, bul foi some unexplained icasi.n the eiiL'ine was dropp.d back, when, at a sharp ci.rve, he collided withi the heavily loaded passenger train, The train was made up ..f eight Coachea and an enginc and carried :'.17 cuiigranbi. It was running aboul 30 niil.-s .ui hour up the heavy grade, and the lighl enghie, niaking aboul 23 niiles, struck it l.ea.l-oi.. Wl.ell (l.e eollisi..!. occurred. the lirst passenger coach, an old on.-, iur tnediately bchitid th.- engine, wai crushed t.. pieces, the tend. r of the en? gino passillg marly halfway through it. All the injured, excepl tln' fire man and engineer of the lighl locomo? tive, were in this car, aa the otherseven coachea .>f the train romained on the track. Chamberlain'a Btomach and Liver Tai.l.ts will brace upthenerves, baniah sick headache, prevcnl deepondencyand invigorate the whole system. S..I.1 )>} W. r. Creighton aml Richard (iil.son. GOVKRNOstM l\ PBHIL. Governora of four states had narrow escapes yesterday while riding from Versaillea to Frankfort, Ky.. in an automobile, when lightning twice struck near them. Tln.se who were in Ihe party inchided Qovernor Hadley of 1 Mississippi. and his wife; Govcmor j Slo.in ?.f Arizona, Governor Ansel ?>f South Carolina, snd Governor Wilaon ..f Kentucky, and his wife. Tln- party traveled through one ol the worsl eloctrical an.l liail storma which ever hil central Kentucky. Twioe the lightning struck within 20 feet of tllC liia.iiilie. Once it stl ih k tlie rails >.f tln- iiiteiurl.au railn ...1. just this side ..f Versailles, and knoeked up a ahower ofapnrks over tbe auto nn.Liles a- it whirled paat. A monient laler it strink tln- road jusl aln-a.l of the macliine. Tln- four govenion bad been in Lexington and Fayctte county for the day. They atarted li.un.-. an.l just outside ..f Veraaillea were struck Ly the storni. Lightning was aluu.st continuoua, nnd it played aboul tlie automobili from ih.- time they h-ft Versailles until they rcached Frankfort, The gover? nor* said thal it was the witdcst ri.h they had ever taken. Tho High Btate Courl at Copenluv g. ti has acquitted former Premier Cliri-tianseii of ooinplioity with former Miniater ol Juatice Alberti in extenaive frauda. ('liaiiiLerlain'sCaigli Remedy is sold bu a guarant. .- that if \..u are not sat" iafled afi. r uaing tw.. thirda <>f a Ix.ttle according t,. directiona, your money will be refundod. lt ia up to you to try. S..I.I Ly W. F. Crcightou and i Richard Hibaon. Curtain Stretchers ?~ "Adjusfabk cPm'r Siretcher 4L- v ?tne ofouradjustable rdn stretchers will beofgreal ssabnanee to you when prc parlng laee eurtalna to put themswaj for the Bumroer. Theplna In this stret.-ii .r will cateli any sealtop. Price, $2.25 OTHER 8TRETI BER8at|1.00and|l.Ca M, Ruben il Sons. DKV GOODS. st.,re will cloae at ?"? o'docu tl.i> avaatajon a.e.,unt of Woodward t Lotti rop Kinpluyes' RelseJ Assoi-iation Exoursioii tO Marslntl! Hall. Woodward & Lothrop NEW YORK?WASHINGTON?PARIS Women's Outing Apparel and Accessories \n- featured in the manyapecial -lune offeringa now in Drogreaa, affordingex Pellenl opportunitiea for aaving materially on all linea ol warm-weather appan-i. I? ,-.,nne.-ti..ti with theae spe.ial diaptays we sriah lo mphaaiae one fa.t io ne remembered: . , , Our patrooe will fuUy realixe the advantage thta store afforda when tbey have not the opportunity of chooaing Indivtdually over its counten. Our Hatl Order Department ia the meana to thia end. lt offenthe s.-rvi.-.-s of thorougb lv expenenced ihoppen, who endearor to execute every oornrnwaion entn.ste.i ,;, them in a ,,,nseiei.ii..us and padnstaking mannor, aud they ar.- aerorded tbe sa..areful attention thal cturtoruen Iheroaalvea receive ovei the counten. Free Delivery by Mail. Free delivery, anywhere in the United Buteaandto all parta of the world ol all charged and paid purchaaea ol 15.00 and over, which can be s.-..t m one package by mail within the international poatal-weighl limii ol four pounda We deliver free by exprem or freight (at our optioo) all paid and charged purchaaea amounting to ?5.00 or over (except furnlture and grocerieej to the oeareal freight or expreaa atation to any i>oiiii in Virginia. ESTABLISHED 1870 THE RAMMEL CAFE Offers ALL THE SUMMER DELICACIES BOTH PHONES Finest Table Wines, Clarets and Burgundies all the Summer. FOR RENT 3288.Washington, 8roomi and 5*7 N. (Ufred.Or.i.110.60 h.uh. $80.00 219 Wolfe, 6 rooma. . 1060 1118 priiice, 7.s and bath... 80.00 827 B. Patrkk, 6 rooms. J00 8168 I'atrick.sroon.sandliatl, 15.00 224 N. Pitt, 4 r.?. ^-J :,11 Wolfe. i; rooms. 18.00 828 Commerce, 5 rooms. &?> 220 N I'itt. 4 roomi . 11.00 HARRIE WHITE REALTY, INSURANCE, BOND1NG. You Will Enjoy y.uirs.-ii"all through life If you use ean tion. < llve an sttentlvo ear, snd LISTEN TO US ABOUT CIGARS. After liateaing ael on our sdvlee l.y; bttying your suppliea of us. It's a Luxury Smoking Cigars Fr.iin our stock. HAMILTON <&, CO. 322 KING STREET. r. s. Ilarper ia sole agent for our Piantatlon < '!;,'? r. FOR SALE ?Within one mile of the limits of Alexandria city, five and one-half acres of ground, improved by three dwellings well rented, and in fine condition, located in Alexandria county, and convenienee to electric and steam railroads, on the main avenues leading to Alexandria and Washington. Excellcnt location for a subdivision. Let us show you this property. For prices and terms and detail information on the above properties, call on or address THOMPSON & APPICH 107 South Royal Street, Alexandria, Va. PIANOS - SOLD ON - Easy Payments. W. I. Whitson 611-613 King Street. jej ln._ Otterburn Lithia and Mag nesia Springs WATER Greatest known Water for Dyspep sia. Indifestion. Kidney and Liver Troubles. Lcading Physicians enJorse it and tes tify to its great merit. Frank Warfield, Druggist. LET US SHOW YOU Our fine grade* ot paper and envclopes in boxe? and by the pound. You will be delighted both in its quality and price. S.F.DysonA, Bro. Book Sellers ?? Stationers, 508 King Street. W. H. PECK Payne and Queen Streets. Dealer in Groceries, Meats and Provisions WOOD and COAL Specialties: Lime, Cement, Nails, Glass, ROOFING BELL PHONE 192. CAPITAL CITY 192. STEAMERS Norfolk and Washington SteamboatCo. Kverv ilav in tlie vear I'or l'orl Mon roe,Norfolk.NearpOrt News aml pointa south. via BUperfo, powerful steel pal...-. steamers. i.eave Waahington,S.45 p. tn. Leare Alexandria 7.i?> p. m. Arrive Pt Monroes 7.00s. m. Arrive N'orl'olk H.tWs. ta. Arii\c PorUllllOlltll s..?l;|. .11. Leai ?? I'o.isiuoiiiii ."? uo p. in. Leave Eorfolk iLOUp. m. Leave Ki. Monroe 7.UU p U?. Arri\.- Alexandria IU*J a. ai. Arrive \Vaahlngtoo 7.00a.im. Tfirongfa eoiineetio.is made at Xorlolk with steamers ol' the old Dominlon steanishio Coiiipanv for New Yorkand Merchanta' and Mlner's Bteemahlpa foi I'.Ostoll. (leneral Tleket Office,73)Mth st.N.W. I'.on.l Building, Washington, 1>. ('? Phone Main 1 ??-?>. Seventh street wharf. I'holie Main :\.m. Alexandria wharf foot <-r Prince street \\. ll. CALLAHAN, apri lyr Qeneral Paasenger Agent Maryland Delaware aod Vir? ginia Railway Company. BPRIXti BC'HEDULE. Steamenof thia llne leave Alexandria ,,n and after May 15, 1910, l-'.verv MONDAY, WEDNE8DAY and ' SA'iritl'A Y at 130 p. 111. FOR BALTIMORE AND ALL THE ISl Al. RIVER LANDINO& ( iiisin,- and appolntinenm unexcelled. Freight for Baltimore, Phlladelphla and N.-w Vork sollclted an.l liaiidled with eaie. Throiigb ral.-s and bllll ot lailing issil.d. Single tare to Baltlmoro, 12.60; round trip. }p.f*y, ataterooma, one way. *i.."^. MeaU, 50c. ItEARDON 4 QRIMEB, Agenta, Foot of Cameron street. Colonial Beach. The most popular resort on the Potomac River Salt Water Batbing, Fishing and Crabbing Steamer St* Johns Saturday 6.30 p. m. Sunday 9.30 a. m. T7 DAILY ROUND TRIP $0.50 rare: season ticket loo Reardon and Grimes Wharf. Foot ot Cameron Street. ]e3 9m Steamer Charles Macalester On and after JUNE 1, 1WO, will laml at the Potomac Narigation Corn pany's Wharf. (Rekl'aold wharf) I-'uoi of King Street . i.uer will always stop on slgnal. Frederick Mertens, PRESIDENT jel llll SCHEDULE & Steamboat Co. l'.lleelive Mav '.'. I9lft Steamer" Capital City.' I.eaves Alexandria at'i p. ni. on Mon dav snd Wedneatlay for Parham'a Polnl and lower river landings. Itetttrn earlj \\ ednes.lav and Prlday morning. Leave Nalurdav al :? a m. for Non.ini and Inter niediate landlnga, returning Sunday ahout . p- m. Steamer "Wakefield." I.eave Sun.lav . Tuesday aml Thiiisday at'.'a. m. for Wirt'a wharf and all Inter mediate landings. Returning leaveW Irt'a wharf al B a. na. the folloa Ing dav and ?rriving al Alexandria ahout I p. IU. Reardon & Grimes, Agents, Pool ol I iiii.-ioh Htn Telephone Xo. 5ft_J'1" '>' POUNDERS AND MACHINIOTB J.&, H.Aitcheson MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS Arjents Gray Gasoline Motors Entfineer and Machinists' Supplies. Pipe. Pipe Fittintfs. Valvcs. fc. Blacksmithing tf Repairing Promptly Executed. Alexandria Iron Works FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK SMITH AND STRUCTURAL IRON WORK. We make a apeciahy in repairs to Gaaoline Entfines. Motorcycle. and : Automobiles. We aolicit your order. on all kinds of Iron Work. Bell Phone 53. WASHINGTON OFFICE; 514 Evans Building. Phons Main 7324. p?U SALK AT BT. KLMO, VA. Blx rooma and pantrj bouae; runnlng water in boiis.-: 67 feet "f porch T feet wide; built three yeara ago; neatlj r.-n.-e.l: corner: l.ililt on two lot- 2T>Xl_n each; privilege ?>r ualng adlolnlng l<>t. PrieetJ/rOO. Apply FREDERK'K MIL LKK. 1367 B street ?eutheaat, Waablng ton. D. C. jelOTt READ THIS If you want an ideal home This is one of our new houses at ROSEMONT FIRST FLOOR. Large Living Room?with den and winding stair opening off in separate alcoves, large open fire place, hardwoodfinishing. Beau tiful Dining Room?triple casement win? dow, beautiful outlook, separate butler's and cold storage pantry. Large kitchen, every convenience, back porch, wide front porch, red concrete floor. SECOND FLOOR. Three large bed rooms, tiled bath room, large closets, inclosed porch. THIRD FLOOR. Two good bed rooms, trunk room. HOT WATER HEAT,CONCRETE CELLAR F.L.SLAYMAKER 313 KING STREET. ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. Authorized Capital. Sl.OOO.OOO. _ Paid in Capital. ?30O.O00. DIRECTORS C J Rixev.John P. Robinson. Thomas J. Fannon. C. C. Leadbeater. Henry K. Field. Henry Baader, George S. French. J. K. M. Norton. W..- BCt as Exeeutor. Administrator and Trustee. Issue Fidelity. Contract. il aad Judicisl Bonda. General Banking and Trust Business Transacted Interest paid on ings Accounts. We solicit the accounts of Banks. Corpora? tion*. Tirmi and Individusls. and promise liberal treatment consistent with jound banU.n/ BMthods. If You Want a Good Medicinal Rye Whisky?tne Kif WAKEFIELD RYE is what you want. Also try some cf our fine Importcd Wines and Gin. Lowenbach Bros., King and Alfred Street,. Both Phone? OVERLAND SiMPLlCITY, :.':-"? \Vbat is the kevnote .,1'tb.- remarkahle -u.r.-- of OVERLAND <Al; ' What is it that make* this .ar the cholee nf many thoinwnda of people: the Jov of ii- no* s.-ssor. and ll.nvv oflh.- eoinpei Itors jf Mai.-hle-s Siinpli.ity ; This <-.i simple a child ean sit.wjulh o|K?nitee It. It is m .-.-..nomi.-i! tb.n Ita upkeep isa verv sinall itein. Ntnrdv and troiil.le free, So r.-lial.l.- tbat Mi-s Ulan.-lie Scott. of Rochester. N. Y.. is now toiirlng without nutfieullne atd to the 1 aeifi.- in ? Model No. ?.s. VVateh her daily progreai ..n our rlndow map. Myers Brothers, 115 N. Pitt Street. Come to the Garden Suburb Virginia Highlands, the nearest and newest: only 12 minutes ride. Continuous dcvelopment on scientificlines, with parks and playgrounds. The men and the money are behind it. Improvements raise values. Buy before, not after. A rare opportunity for a safe investment in stock, or in lots NOW at cost of improvements: $200 up: $10 down, $5 per month. Come out Sunday and see the Morrill style cement house poured in steel moulds: absolutely fireproof and damp-proof. Shown and demonstrated at 4 o'elock p. m. Car every few minutes: return ticket to Virginia Highlands. BALLARD & LANHAM Washington Sales Agents. 621 13th Street, Northwest. Clip trmad; it lcads the way. Inquirc of A. J. Wcdderburn. A S. Doniphan and Harric White. _)<='? ?< KEEP COOL An Electric fan will bring cool sprintf-hke breezes into your store or house no matter hot the sum mer may be. The cost of operation of a deslt fan i* about one half cenj an hour. Electricity is auo the coolest.most convenicnt anj e.-onomical means of illuminatior. Let us show you what it will do and what it will cost. Alexandria Electric Co. 524 King St. Hard Crabs. Soft Crabs. Deviled Crabs and Crab Salad Al JACOB BRILI/8 BE8TA1 KAXT footof Kil.e; Mreet. Open until lo p. ni. apr7 Cm General Insurance Agency. Laurence Stabler Room No. 4. Burke V Hcrbert Bldg. The e..iii|.iiiies reprsseated in this ofnee hare i.-.n of over ?IOOJ? Among other Hartiord Fire Insurance Co. Liverpool (J London W Globe. ^Etna Insurance Co. Northcrn Assu-ince Co. Spr.ngfield Fire (J Marine. l'roi.i|.f attention given IO a.ljustment of iiesis iiel all inattera eonneetod with iiisiirui ?!?. NOTICK. IIsTing qualified Daadmln iKtratrix <>r th.- ratate nfMTN'OR i.\' K.-s'.N. :.ii peraona basrlng i.iils BgaiOHl sai.l es.;tie are iiolilieil to |.re-eiil -ame promptlT to mi- for parment, aud all persons Ipdebted t.< s.ii<i estate are notifie.l to make seUlement -u otwe 1.1 i I.VHA l'UIult.adiu's. ? Je210t