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DDO SAVED MISTRESS'S LIFE.
Prevented Her Husbanl from Shoot in!; Her. New York, Feb. I.5. "The inont wonderful do" i ever saw,"Vxlaimed Magistrate Fiammer when he heard I he story oi now j.ism.to Pauline Maiich's "rent Sr.. llernanJ, had snrumr noon the woman's hu-- Laud when he tried to shoot hr. find later had torn to pices a crayon portrait of Mau-h. J'-isman k had come to court with Mrs. Mauch, and it was a!l three -Icenicn could do to keep him turn a? ! ackin Maiich. wlio was held fr l If rra nd jury on it liare of fel- m i diH assault. Munch, six monlhs a-r . left hi- v. i!" and went t ( California. lie re turied two wit-ks a?o and vainly -o irht fconi-ilia tion wit h his wife. He came to the house, she says. Merit into t he jai lor and lo kinyr ti e door, dn w a pistol. Mrs. Mauch shrank iU'iatiinjr into a corner and Uirew a shawl over her head. Jut ?is Mauch Milled the trieer I'.ismarck lead at. his throat. Tin' bullet lijiliutered a chair beside which .Mr . M.aicli wasstandin;r. Mau It, though t leered by t he unexpe ted attack of Bismarck, again took aim, and !ain the St. Bernard sprang at his pistol hand, and the bullet went wide of its mark. A third time Mauch fin d, but Bismarck's teeth were fast ened in his arm ami he was powei-li-ss. Man and dog fought desper ately 'and Mrs. Mauch escaped dur ing the struggle and ran to the po lice, station. Detective O'.Neil went to arrett Mauch, but he had lied. A era von portrait of Mauch hung on the wa and the detective started to take it from the wall. Bismarck sprank ml the picture, dashed it to the fioor, and tore it to shreds. Mauch denied attacking his wife and said the pistol had been dis charged in a struggle when his win tried to get it from the imintel. Mad Dog Invaded a School Room. Chicago, Feb. 11. A brindle bull dog, foaming at the mouth and yelping in the madness of hydropho bia, dashed into a er iwded recita tion rooiri of the Kozomiuski school ai fifty-fourth street and Li u Wide avenrxe, and, before it was driven out by a policeman, w ho had been called by the teachers, had severely bitten four of the children and created a franie in which a number of others were badly bruised. The dog first "attacked a. little girl, biting her in the leg. In the wild rush for safety, three boys attacked the brute with a blackboard pointer, and were iu turn bitten. A policeman then appeared, and Sred four shots at the madened dog, without effect, further than to drive it from the building. The dog, rounded, but not crippled, was chased nearly a mile through the streets before it finally escaped. Ready to Sell Her Isles to l'.;cle Sam. Copenhagen. Feb. 14 Important developments in regard to the sale of the Danish West Indies a re expected shortly. It is said iu well informed circles that the foreign office is about ready to send a definite and favorable reply to the Fnited States King Christian, it is understood, gave assurances that while he pre ferred t he i-dands to remain Danish if their circumstances could be im proved, he would do nothing to pre vent their transfer. The Kigsdag has apparently con cluded that enough sacriticcs have ui ready been made for the West Indies, so it is unwilling to give ti e further appropriations nect-ssarv to vetuiu their possession. Sainpsoti is Ahead of Schlev asnii-e t on. Feb. l i Ti ne prcsi- .lent sent to tne senate to-day tie nomi.iatioiK of naval olii -. is who took part in the Spanish u.tr. The nominations are to reward the oiii vers named. Ti;e nominations are: ii-ar Admiral V. H : Im n T. Samp. o;: to lie a;v:im . d tiv. ra re from Fei-t v. u-v 1 ta'-e r. T'.-v f ;. ; 't , r ) John A. Howell. Hear Ad m a ai A't-didd to lie ;,jV;i n,-IH i hi-.-e :mi'! in I'. ol. to Adi;:: ; 1 : ! '! ! 't to T. a ran!; xt aster A W. a 'iii. son. w lccp Your bowels Mron. pat-on er tharr':-. a wl t ureis v.diii ; v c at t:ic!.-, arc naruraliv. stamped C. C. C . : t (.c-i-iiac tal-;. Never so!. WASHINGTON'S FUNERAL. I he Org'oal Notice of that Auspicious Events, Copied From the Files of an Old Paper. As a kind of novelty to us. am thinking that some of our readers ; .. j !iH ,.url(us to read an item opied from a pajier prine.i in l" as we are to ait in tyje. we have m-l.-cted the funeral notice of (Jeneral Washington, which, in general style, we make an exact copy of. It is Taken from the lister County 'la- zeite. N. Y.a niU'-h revered relic of Mr. (i. T. Til. bets: Y A S H I N i TON K N T( ) M I'd : I . (ii;oK!";i-; Town. lcr. On Wednesday la --t the mortal part, of WASHINGTON the Great t he Fat her of his Country and i he Friend of man, was consigned to the iontb. with solemn honors and funeral pomp. A multitude of persons assembled, from many miles round, at Mount Vernon, the choice abode and last residence of the illustrious chief. 1 here were the Groves the spacious avenues, the beautiful and sublime scenes, the noble mansion but, alas! the august inhabitant wa.- now no snore. The great soul was gone! His mortal part was there indeed; but ah! how affectum'! how awful the spectacle of such worth and great- a... . i . i e i t I aess, uiu.i m moriai eyes, miien. V... . f-. 11 ...!.. 11 .. I 1 es. lilljeu. 1.1 I it'll . In long and loftv Portico, wlire l. l I t . . it t ! oic tue nero wUKe-i in all las glory, I... ...... 1. tl. , .1 Tl I now ...y tue Mi.ou.jw corpse. i ne 4..-. .. . 1 - i I cuu..lt-..a.jc,.slJ.uouipost.u ,imi w rene. seemeu to ueness tne nigniry .i - . i i. oi the sjjint winch lately aweit m that uteiess torm. i here those who pa iu ine last sao nonors to me oene- factor of his country, took an im- pressive n farewell view. On the ornament at the head of the coffin, was inscribed Si ihje ad.Iciii- IU.M about t he middle of the coffin, ni.oiUA iko ami on the silver plate, (;i:nkbal Ci KOIM J K WASH I N( JTON. Departed this life, on the 14th of De cember, 17t., .Ft. OH. I 'tween three and four o'clock, the sound of artilierv from a vessel in the river tiring minute guns, awoke aliesh oursoieinii sorrow the eoipx w.-is removed a baud ot music wni, mournful melody melted thesoul into all the tenderness or woe. The procession formed and moved on m the following order: Cavalry, Infantry, J Wit h arms reversed. Guard, J Music, Clergy. The General's horse with his sad II, holsters and pistols. I I ols. ? Cols. MllllliS, 5 1 1 1 1 1 . Marsteller, Little. tamsay 'ayne, I 1 Mourners, Masonic Brethren, Citizens. When the procession had arrived it the bot torn of the elevated lawn, u the banks f the Potomac, where the family vault is placed, the caval ry halted, t he infantrv marched to ward the Mount, and formed their lines the Clergy, the Masonic Brothers and the Citizens, de scended to tiie vault, and the funeral services of t he church were performed the tiring was repeated from the vessels in i he river, and the sounds echoed front the woods and hills around. Three general discharges by the infantry lie-cavalry, and 11 pieces of artilierv, which lined the banks of the Potomac h ick of the Vault, paid the last tribute to the entomU'd Commander in Chief of the Army oi the Fnited Status and to the depart ed Hero. Tile sua was nowsetting. Alas! the si x ok ;i. os;r was set forever. No the name of WASH INGT N the American President and General will Triumnh over ii---i-n' Thu nn j clouded brightness of his glory will :Hamiuate the future ages! Also, fh; following odd advertise- :ne7.t was selected lrm t!a piper, and appeared exactly same as we -1 v e it: For Sale The one half of a Saw Mill, a c .nvehi -:it p! n-e for BIT LD '. h mg la t he town of ih. cheater. IN iy ti : iJ: I! ' is ai inexhaiistib'e IMNHVVo.iii. um 1 V STuiT. HF.AKTY. ACTiVK. Negro Wench. iri.-lined t Ti l rf i r T ,- i JoilN .'!iOi)NM.VK i:t;.' r. N veni!er . 1 T'K. TOBACCO SPIT and SMOKE Your Lifeawavt You can be cured of any form of tobarra nsini easily, be made well, strong, magnetic, full of new life and vigor by taking NO -T O - BAC , that mikes weak men strong. Many gaia ten pounds in ten days. Over BOO.OOO cured. All druggists. Cure guaranteed. Book let and advice FREE. Address STKRJ.INC! REMEDY CO., Chicago or New York. 4J7 TO EDIT "THE WORLD" ONE DAY Ex-r.overnor Lon V. Stephen, to be Given Editorial Control. K. f . World. I Kx Governor I. on . tephens is to be the editor of the World, in full charge of all its departments, for one daw The date has not vet been definitejv fixed, hut will be announced shortlv. However, rumors of the event are alreadv .abroad, and there is trem bling in many quarters wherefore t his dispatch from the state capital: J if i-rson City, Mo.. Feb 11. K.p- r-.-entafive Murphv oi Sr. Loin to-day nit roduceil the tolio'.v nig n olutioK: Whereas, it has heen reporte that. Lou V. Stephens, our late go ernor, has been invited to edit Kansas City publication for one day (The World), and, Whereas. 1 he ex-governor in hi i,.,! ,.u,,.-. (,. n ,..,u;.. i .i '11 I 111. .W I 111 I'UI'lll UI-'.I II jiassage of a st ringent libel law. for the punishing the newspaper men whose ideas were at variance wit I jljs OW it , , . f ,- , I ' ' 1 . i, ... . i i , ., . 1. . iiiiiiwui iii-i.i i iu Mien measures .,,.,.' n,,, . .... i I -I I ,atH 1;1 ,Ilf.Ilte(i o-overnor's reoortorial froI11 his editorial wrath ,11,, pivvent them from being held ,,p to .inhUc execration. I I Dnt let the lmnd of time paint wrniKies on your nice. Keep young 1.V kwj.ing the blood aire and the digestive organs in a healthful con dition. Herbine will do this. Health is youth, disease and sickness brings old age. Price 0 cents. For sale bv 11. J,. Tucker. Man Arrests in Russia. St.. Petersburg, Feb. 14. Since the Czar's return from Livadia the polit ical police have displayed unusual act l vi t v. There have leen manv house searches and arrests, particu larly during the last fort -night This energy occasions uneasiness and it is accounted for bv rumors rega r 1 i ng c a i piracies. P. Melukoff. the celebrated histo ria n, ant hor of a three-volume his lory of Itnssian literature and of a history of i he period of Peter th Great and editor of the Russian edi tion of the Fertnan Kncyclopedia, now being issued, was arrested Mon day. Melukoff was dismissed, several years ago, from the university for liberalism. He was afterward profes sor of world history at Sophia, re cently he returned to St Petersburg. Among others arrested or whose houses have been searched are litter- i tears, lawyers, men students, women audents ami workmen suspected f socialism. A thousand copies of an illegal book are reported To have been found at one place. Stops the Cold and Works off the Cold. Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure a oid in one day. No cure, no pay. Price 2t cents.' Mysterious Disaiijiearance. Last Thursday evening old West Point was startled by the news that Vadie May bee. had mysteriously dis appeared from the neighborhood. The girl's father Henry MayTee at once instituted a search, and wired all The surrounding towns and has looked the country over farand wide but not a trace of her au le found. She has disappeared as completely as it swallowed up by the earth. It has afterwards deve!oted that the girl's brother Ben is responsible to.- her disappearance. He was seen driving in the direction of the May bee home short iy after dark on the evening in tjuestion airi has not lf-en i-e.'ii since. It is believed he persuad ed his sister to leave home with him. Merwin Mirror. e v. A HA M Jr ! ? ! ) : ( - c ... r.ves iv? -r and '- MrE ST ' i DON'T the road. There is probably no disease condition ot the human svstem trait causes more suffering and pain than piles. Tabler s Duekeve File Oint ment. I 'rice ."o tent-, in bottles Tu Us, 7. cents. For sale by 11. L Tacker. Notice of Seeial Flection. Noiioe ia hcrcliy given that by vir'ne an. I an iuority of an or.'. r f theoountv eo.irt r !' county, Missouri, ma le and r f . .. n -.ri at an ad.louriifil term of th i- j.r Nu ember t- riu, :sii, h.-lil or. the lTih day of January, li I , a s; ecial el-.--iun has been ordered and will be hel i iu eaid eoun' t in i he inani.. r pro- idel bv law, on Sa'ur lay, bc i:!rd Oav of February, 1!1, for the uris-of voang on a proportion to i n -r. r an iiidet-te lne not to - ceed Forty Thousand lo!Iars for the purt oseol building a cii-jr house lor a.d coan'.y ai :he coum v et ui tlit r of, by sn ini-rea.- of The tax levy no: toeM'ttd 15 cen on the one hun dred dollars valiatiou, for a j (-r;o I of three years, 10 pay the tain", wli'-n an 1 li-T" said pioioiliou will b-submitted tJ the qual.fied vo ers of said co ni'.y to be v u eit upon: ubich said order of said court i as foliows: ST A IK OF i t-Sol HI, i 1 ounty ui I a es. lo the I'oud Court at :he N- v em'.-r, Pi., abjour.-.ed lerm. Now en ' hir, : ti.- 17th dsv -f .'aiiiiarv, I'. l, the .-amebei: the ti r-st :.iay .if the regular So vviu'.er, l'.o, adjourned ortti, 1 ieiition and api-licatiou .1 fie-! by har!e, spra,;u-.- and mor" han on.' linn rr i o U-r oualiti":! voters of U3lt s couu-y, .'.;!uri. who are tax-payers therein and ass-soi lax-payinir cit'"iis "f r-i ouuty, is jiresented to t'ie court. Ss.d petition an I application r. fret-en li 11 r an t -lalaijr that it is ti.-ct ssarv to build a court uuue within aud for said county, at the county at thereof, to co-t the sin, of fifty thiiu.-an i I'olia s. t en touoaii.l Uollarn oi a.J 9111.1 t-J be set a.-.de and appropr d from tie cnri '.s funds of .-ui i county aii'i tie- rumainirir; forty thousand dollars t-j be raise.l by direct levy of taxes for sai l iuriose f- r a periol of tbr- e y.ars, at 'he rate not to exceed tif-eea cenis on Uie i.ne bun dred dollars valuation for each of Mii l vears Said peliliouand apj li -a' ion ted the said peti li.iners and aplicants slating and reprccentint that it is necessary lo incur said indebtedness of forty tbouaanii dollars for the purine of building ssid court house for said county at the county seat thereof, eame being in excess of the total income end revenue of said county for this year and for any one year as limited by law, and that it is d sired to pay such indebt edness by the direct levy of taxes for that pur pose during the peri' d of three years at the rate not to exceed lllteen cents on ihe one hun dred dollars valuation for each of raid y.ars and prayii g that an ele; tion be held to author ize the incurring of -raid indebtedness aud the levying of such taxes. Ihi-y further pray that the same plans ind sped tica ions b adopted and voted upii as those voted upon at the last general election, held N -veinber lit", A. 1. l'J 0, and that the court house be built in the court bouse square at Butler, Kates county. Missouri, and that the contract be let ou t-on jition that said buiMing shall cost not over $.V,ooii and that the con tractors be required to en er into good and fcuffi- cirnt bond conditioned tbat said building shall be budt and completed for a smn uov exceeding W hereupon the said petition and a 11 pi cation being heard ai d considered and il being necessary to build a c lurt bouae for said county ol Bates at ihe county seat thereof aud the sum nee ssary lo build the same, to-wit: Fifty Ibmisana dollars, be ng in excess of the surplus fun . ol .d con- ty ami in excess of - t tal iucoiu ' iii.'i 11 vei ue "f rai I i'.mii lor this year, and It an? or.e year as limited by lav., acl it Ijeing necessary lor said county lo incur an indebted ness of forty thousand ..ollars for th taid pur pose of buildi ng a (im rt hoim- for fa'd rouioi at the county -- at thereof, which saiu muii m excess of llic surplus funds of said count) , and in excess of the total income aud rev enue of said county provided lor this year or for any one year as limited by law and a levy not to exceed fifteen cents on the one hun- Ired dollars valuation for a period of three years being tecessary to raise the amount of said prv.poed indebtedness by direct tax, it is therefore ordered that a special election be held in this said county in the manner provided by law, 00 saiurday the i'lrd day of February, lyd, for the purpose of submitting said propo sition to incur said indebtedness for lorij thousand dollars for the purpose of building a court house by an increase of the tax levy not 1 1 exceed lift ecu cents on the one hundred dol lars valuation lor three years to pay the same, to be voted upon by the qualified voters f the ounty at such election in the manner provided by law, and that said question and proposition be submitted to the qualified voters of said county at said special election. And it is further ordered that at l-a.-t twenty days' notice of said election be given by pub lishing notice of the same in some newspaper published in llates county, Missouri. T. BUOAlDL s, County Clerk. SAMUEL WEST, ITc-siding .larl.-e Done in pursuance of said r i-r end I h"rvby rtifv that the al-ove is a true copy of the urder of the cou t in Ihe matter of said sp-cial ction as the same appears of record in my office. In test mony whereof, I have hereunto set my taivl and a.'lix-d the --al of .-kali said court at my office in Kutler, Mo., this ih:ud d-y of Jat uary, l:il. S T. BltOAIHL's, Clerk of the County Court of Hat. s Counlv, Mo. ' s- BIG DEAL IN i Whiskey .1. If. Cu'di h:is ptir v chase! thruULrli ( iia-ntr Uarzen ot Kansas Citv ! 150 BARRELS . oi th: famous FI3LE-CRAB2 WHISKEY. Distilk'! in Kci tuckv. Iy bin inr ."( !!! rvls ' are enall.'ii to retail it ;it a remarkaMe !oiv jt ce of S3.00 per Gallon. We have e"-iu-ive .-ilecf thi wliikev m lciti -r. i Ji n. uuuo. .i:nati: sai..on. t I W 1 or r-- THE MISSOURI STATE BANK, of Butler, Missouri. Faj-ital and Surplus, (fill! paid) - ."7,tM)0.00. Ke.fi ves l,'josits. Loans Money. Buys Notes, Issues Braft, and does a (leneral Banking Business. Ready at all times to make loam at reasonable rates of interest. The patrona,. of merchant, farniern, stock dealers, business men and the public generally 1 solicit ed, proiuisini; strict attention to btiMnesn and a safe depository for fund?. DIRECTORS. John Deerwester, T. C BoulWBre, Booker Powell. J. B. .JENKINS. Cashier. Charle R. Radfor l, T. J. Wright. Frank M. Vorte, WALTON TRUST COMPANY, Butler, Missouri. CAPITAL, - NN). Always has on hand money to loan on Keal Krtate at ratn of interest lower than ever before offered In Bates County. 'o delay. Payers payable here. We have a complete Abstract of Title to all I-nndu aud Town Lots iu Bates CouDty, beun by our Mr. Waltou 0 yearn ao and kept op wit the County Records daily. Complete Abstracts furninhed to any Real Estate in Bates County. Fees reasonable. Borowers desiring LOW RATE money are especially Invited to eH FRANK ALLEN, Secretary, WM. K. WALTON, President. C. A. ALLEN, Assistant Sec'y. WKLDON YATES. Abstracter. SN f. vr"" K FH GO M IV1G N ER Issued Weekly William J, Bryan, Kditorand Publisher Lincoln, - Nebraska. Terms Payable in Advnrn-H. i:e Year 1.00 Six Month (JO Time Months ;,., Sinl? Vpy 0. No t ravelin": '-nnva.-sers ;ire fiu ployod. Terms fir lix-al ip;ents will U'.M-iit upon application. All money !iouliI ; sent upon ;ipli.-ation. All money should sent by P. O. Order Express order or by bank draft on New York or ( hieatro. lo not sen. individual cheeks or stamps. With THE TIMES $1.75 A Most Liberal OH'er. All our farmer readers should take advantrijre of the unprecedented chilihin offer we this year make jn cLi'Ies with this tater t he Live Sti k Indicator, its social Fariner' Insti- tute L"lit ions and the Poultrv Far- i bit witbin tu.Jyrt.Tt, from ii avt riier. These three p,ih!i.-at ions im'i?,. '"""n ? 'meuT t hf lie-t of their i -la :itnl ! ,t.,t .rnr in every farm hone-. To rhetn we add, for lo al. ct.unry and general new-. air o.vn pai r. and make t.rice th' four one year idy i mJ7,. .ever ! H'lof e V. a.- readinu' mattet- o Iillli'll SUlK-rior lor -o rn.iil an arnoiHit ot mot: i;Ti.-V. ihe tlire pa jH'i's b We.-bll, with our own , , " Tl-etl nnr-i" 1. v. hie ii.-- wii Mi. aii i i.ri.aiii n;t in.' west all'l C(l!:iI!!H.i li melv trj the reader" a vora ie attention 'irori mere rie-T.ti.il!. The Kana- i'v Livo Stock 1 is di' at or is th--it air-ri'-'iltnrsil and live -to k -ij er r,f tiie we.-t: The Po.nt t v Far.'i.er t!i- T!iO-T I ' a . a p'.l.l'I- T.-.r th---t rri,r-" -? J ra-- ::;ot ion . i r:; er. wtaie. j ., :-tiT!i-- Kd:i-T t a! p';h!?'-aio!. n ir' ed fa ri. i: '. - ar- r :;. :.r t!.. nn pr. -rpn:.:i-he.-i. 'f a r.;- a-! vantage t ::-s rreat r. ir ..- ..- !- ho!d is-n a !;orf rn The chewing tobacco with a conscience behind it. No P'tniiuruJ 511.. on its mrrits, Mndc only by JM. C.IETfOK TOBACCO Ml ! it. Louis. Mo. J u l, 1 j, 1,, a rurrtcn. w m. F. Walton, J K.Jenkins, J. M Christy. Wm. E. WALTON, FmUmt. T. J. WHKiHT.sVlee President. .T. BROWN W ALTON Boodkeewr. H H '"'.TY ITSELF. Trsatre'a Salo. ' Wh-raa, J. II t liownlinr ami MkI' 'hoi Li- tt ar, by thnr ilvf.i .f iriiot iil Dnvmkrr 1, !-. ., ami n-.-or.it.! iii ibr r i-urii-r'olBiik Id an. I lor Hau-a i-ouni y, Miaaouri, la twok k. 147. 'r' H; ronve)cil totb unilcriillDnt tr tee Hit-following dt-M-ri Iff-il f-al I jif an I l'iM( Bitua'e In lb- ronaty ef liitN ltd aiate of Miurl, to-wit: 1 he nurlliwmt quirlrr of th toatfaraat ur tcr, an. I a ntr 9 twenty VJiif ferl will OB lk w.-t anlr of th-outbwrt inrt. r f tb toiUi fad quarter of section rlclil.'ra (I") la tiMti forty () of rasK thirty i'M) contaiBlnf fortT anl one-lialf ( 1-2) arrr ntur or IrM, mkom punvfyiDiw u nia.li- ia truvl to avarr tarptr ioi hi of on- certain note fu It lm-ribnl il mti ih-i-.i of trum; ami, wbcreas' iletauif kat hrr in a. I e In ttir payment of the annual lauvnrtw itaiil note; an J whereat, a-ordmg i larleriM ami con.litiona of the al not' and 4f4 l trunt. on.-h d'-faalt rendered lh wbaledebtda an. I pa) able at once, and tb fame new pM nue a ii, unpaiil. Now therefore, at the reqwst of 1blerl holner of Hal. I aote and pursuant t tbennil ti.niB ol caul iler.l nt trum, I Kill proceed t oelltbe al ove ileneribtii )r miart at paMM vemliie, to the hlifbt-at l.nl.o r lor raab, a tat east front i r ol the oiirt hoae (tn bet the t-aitt Iront .Joor or tiie opera booM bnlldnf lo re the rirruit court tt bow beldjia theeHJsf lanl. r, i-ouiit orlataan. itateot MifMwrt, on Thursday, Kebraary 2?, IVU l.ei we. n t he l.vsit of U o'elut'k la ihe far"" and 5 o'clirk in the a'terntKinof that !a, fr the inrK). of fatial)ing al debt, intr ami I'wi, C A. AI.LLN, ;-it Trui. K.e-utor'rt Noti.v. Soti-" i li-n-by lrn, that l-tt?ni tr m.-niary upon ihr -malv of ivur hauoiw, -n-ri, have !n--n vraut. il to U. nMmip. I.y I'.atu county prol.ati rourt, la MUitf A. if-oun, b.-a'iB($ lat- ib? -itb dej of Jaauarf i: oi. All jfiT baviiiK liru apainct Midwt1 arr rt-iitnrl tontiit it tbrm to nie for all"-au-r Hitbn nr )-ar from ine df of l.-tti-ri, or tbt-jr na l.c irwlol4 from Mf f m-tit of uch ?lale; anil if ai'l claim exbif-ite.1 witbin two -ar from ttin d t fjutiliratioa of thit fcoi'n f. ihff will W tor" barrel ( AIIIKUJ.VK KAI.NNK- 12-4t Kxeeutri. Kxe utor's Notice. Notlca l hereby glrrn. that t-..tii'i.rnltiy un e.lat- i AD tin ii. WM. deieaei. were irraute l to ir.t oi.'lerirnea trie i:to 1ay of Isnuary l'l. by tha fruit Cnrt of Hate ounf. , M loooorl All person, bavin alma alfalDrt-aMaataW' r-,ui. e.l to - iolt tb'iii lor allowanea 11 xu'of wittun m.e jer alter n ! ',' Vl "i2. ft'aJS Admini'-trator'M Notn . Not i re i hereby (nveu, that letter of a1sa1" itrai.on on u,e -tatr of iaria UU d-r-a.-J. were rr.t-'l to the cKder.f' Cnl.hr li.. m.lr.i.,. r.n.l.. IT.'-h da lf JaB- ' nr . Vn, t.y tiie 'vf.i'tsU- eoarl l W i ... v Vi .mat... 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