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LAP OF LUXURY OAllFIRI.lt AND CON'KI.IXU. Tliuqimrrul between the President anil Senator Conkllng assumed a new phaso last Monilay, when both the Now I York Senators, Conkllng and Platte, forwarded their restlgnntlons to the (lov crnur ot that State. Ah the legislature is still in session, the object of tho re- ' signing Senators seem to bo to go be-fdt-nlli.it lindv fi.r re-election, and in case they secure it they will consider It . n commission from tho Republicans of thetr State to fight Garfield during the remainder of his administration. Tho strangest feature about thu matter Is that both branches of tho New York leg islature have, by resolution, formally endowed tho nomination by tho Presi dent ot Judiro Kobertson for Collector . of tho nort of New York, and Conk- llng's opposition to Kobertson Is tlio main cause of the quarrel. How the legislature, after having thus cniiorsuii the President, can now turn round nnd endorse Conklhig, by re-electing lnm, Is ono of thorn things which no fellow can understand. Yet Senator Conk- ling, who, In our opinion, Is tho brainiest man In tho United States, is not the person to tako such n step without having carefully counted tho noses of tho Krpubliean members of tho legislature; and henco wc assume he Is absolutely certain of prompt re election. At present tho huo and cry in the pa pors Is largely with thu President In tins fight, but whethei tho applicants lor postoflleei, who edit so many Re publican papers, represent the real sen timents of the party is by no means certain. At present there is no doubt Conkllnrr U tho under doc In tho liuht, and wo always have a leaning toward tho weaker siuo. .A.T HERSHBERGER & ANDERSON'S OREGON, Don't Take Our Word for It, Hut eomo and see. A large and well selected stock bought for Cash to bo sold at prices that will talk for us. T1 ri - .1 ITniinnn ury wuuus, nuiiiuuo( Hats and Gaps, Queonswaro, Glassware, Hardware. Groceries, Boots, Shoos, Clothing. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Wc aro Agents for tho Celebrated CHAMPION REAPER AND MOWER Space forbids even even an attempt at wnai wo carrs. ...... """: wds everything you want at prices that speak for themselves. Prodtieo taken i exchange for goo'ds at market prices. HERSHBERGER & ANDERSON Oregon. Mo. From a Colorado Miner. AsrEN,PiTKEV Co.,Colorado,May 7, 81 Kmtok Tub County Pavku: If you will give me space lor n few linos in your valuable miner, 1 will set 'em up when I strike it. Thinking my friends at Cral might bo pleased to hear from tho new mining, camp, (As pen,) I will givo n sketch o( its past, present nnd luUiro. In July 1871), I, with n small band of prospectors, wandered aeross the conti nental range, leaving all wagon roads and marks of civilization behind us. Wo traveled with our pack train 75 miles westward without any trail to fol low nave that of tho mountain lion, cin noraon bear, deer nnd elk. Wc all felt Jolly and caret! for but little else than scaling tho most abrupt peaks of the Rocky Mountains anil wo all hail a good uppctle lor ouv suppers which consisted ot flour, venison, bear meat and uoffeu. Wo were all good cooks nnd wo baked our biscuits nice and round. Wo traveled on, oxamin iug the formation of tho country, until wo caino to tho head of tho ltontiug forks whero tholwaullfnl city of Acipcn now stands. Hero wo founil tho same formation as in iAiadyillo. So you sco wo concluded this was good enough for ns : wc didn't want tho best, and wc lo uatcd and went to work, which hav since made this camp famous through nut tho land. The Uto at that time ranged through this scctien at his own sweet will, with nono to molest or mako ufrnid and a contemplated visit to our little band of prospectors occasioned us to wolgh anchor and sail out, but some of tho boys returned lato in the fall to sojourn ttaero during tho winter. the spring 1880, it got whispered around that there wns a vounsr Lvnuvillo over on Roaring Forks; so in March 1880 I started on snow shoes to join tho boy on Roaring Forks, equipped with a Win chester vitllo, six shooter and my blank eta and 140 pounds of grub on a hand sled, and about thirty man followed my trail into camp. This was lourteon days of tho hardest wnrk I ever did. In the spring 1880 an Immense amount of prospecting was done, to the total neglect of town building, and other val uable locations were made, but it was not until after January 1881 that our Inir city looked on its present form nnd importance. Thuro aro now near 600 buildings in Aspen. Tho basis of our proapority is the mineral around us 'and Aspen city is lo cated at almost tho center of a bolt of mineral whit h can bo traced by the out cropping oro or wall rock a distanco of nearly thirty nnles. The oro is found between tho sllurian-llinc and motnmor Dhls or granite formations. All the ilu- vnlimmeiit chows n n rcasounblv well. hut it takes capitall and hard work to develop a nunc, unttiotrt you lorgct it there are treasures ot goia ami silver locked up In those mountains right here. ' I havo an interest in somo very prom ising prospects and expect to mako my lack when tho camp Is more fully de veloped. Handling, is a good business hero but all the, ranches aro taken up to tho Uto reservation. There aro good ranches to bo had, on the reservation, but I toll you thosd Utes arc bad kind of follows to moiiKoy wim. Our mineral here is a high grado com nosed of wire silver, scale silver, lead unci sand' carbonates, chlorides and bromides, A little moro development and machinery will put Aspen right whero she belongs, ,nt tlio lieaii 01 an mlninir ciinins in Colorado. Thoro aro fortunes for all here, but 1 advise nono to como. I cannot describe to you tho lmnlHlilin of a nrosneclor. aud If I could vou would not believo me. Hut this is tho host country I over saw for n l.us noss man w tn a nttie capitai. uno i.f mr old cami) mates sold a two third interest in u mine for 8110,000 and is now in Denver. mnoKing ins cigars, nnd tho inirohaser will toko out oro .....i.u.li tn niw fur it III slxtv duvs Now, boys, I will bid you adieu nnd leave vou in your glory behind tlio plow, but I say to tho dogs with poy. erty and a bono without llesh. Como to tho mountains nnd bo brisk: if you don't mako you can risk. JtlLKY C. WAOaONKK. Sunday School Convention. Tho sixteenth annual meeting of the Sunday School Association will be held nl Louisiana, May 31st and Juno 1st nnd 2d, In tho Mothodlst church, open ing at 7:30 r. m. Thuro avo now in tho State 2.820 Sun day schools, 2 1,!1G1 teachers, and 179, 2U pupils. Tho whole inmibor of children of school ago in the State is Gf3,082. This shows that much work is yet to bo done. Tho President of tho Association Is Rev. O. Ic. (toodcll, of St. I,ouls, the Hpi'i-i.inrv. 'I'. t Itiihitv. of Macon. This Is to be a nuts convention, and no formal election of delegates is re- iiulrcd. Fares havo been reduced on nearly nil tho railroads, In- cludingtho Hannibal and St. Joseph. The people of I.oulsl'ina will entertain tho delegates. OltDKIt OK KXEUCISKS: 77iei: "77.C Work ami the Word." I. THK WOltK. Tuesday Evening, May Slit, 1881. 7:80 r. M. Fratsc service. Sunday School Outlook, Homo and Abroad. WttlneMlau. June li. 9:00 A. M. Pralso and Prayer. Address of Welcome and Response. Appointments of Committees. Reports of Seerotnry.iTioasurer, etc. Permanent Organization. DUtrlct Roports. 2:00 v. M. PromUo Meeting. Unfinished District Reports. Tho Teacher in Relation to the Sun day School,-(a) Tho true standard of success nnd failure, (b) What am 1 doing in my class to day? 7 :.10 l'. M. Address Character build ers and character building Kuv.C.D. (ioodell. In Memorlam.- Steuben Passim and his half century of Sunday school work. Thumluii, June '2d. 9:00 A. jr. Responsive scripture read ing and prayei. 2. Tho Sabbath School in Us vein- The creat tlirniic of pnrrlia'crs wlm liave crowded our establishment dur tin' last tw weeks Rave us more to do that! w f could woll inatiaKe. havo thesatlstaetlon, however, of knnwlntt t.atauwcr prnirni " hmhiu iinnrccluteil totlio (nil cxlunt llmitii.il Ity and illimmsloiisiif our HprliiR Opeu- WC Will Vl"l Kl.llf in Jim uiav Ity I UK. .h.pIIuu nt SHiriim nvdllw are mi mirnancd In Mult county tlio mint coiiipletu Cull mill .stock of CLOTIIIKM. ri.OTIIIN(l. ClOTnlSd (M.OTIIINC. l i.uiui.iv . ()0()t)R UltV MOODS, HOOTS SLIOKS 5l8(m' ATSAXDCA,.S.8n0,:H- HATS AND OA I'M, anil Wencral Meicliandse t bo found In Unit Comity. WELTY BROS. & CO., Mound City. LOADED Down tothe Guards! THE (A It (id Vll APiD COUPLE IE All SAILS SET TO CATCH THE POPULAR BREEZE! Corsaut & Meyer's (lit EAT CLOTHING SHIP Always Leads In The Itace And Is Miles Ahead of Al Competition. " ( County Court. Tim tfiVinty Court convened last Monthv., nil tho judges being present. Drain sliopJlceiiso Were granted C. M. Slaughter, Corning; Geo. W.SmltJi, Craig, and J. S. Smith. Mound City. in the matter t;t tho petltlon.pr .Jno. F. Davis nnd otorft to tlltqli hquwjv Creek, objectlnns being filial, the court dismissed nil proceedings in tho.cnuse. Michael May was nppomtcd roai.1 ovet'jjct'i' for dlsttltit 17. Road and Rrldjio CommlsMoner Mor- vls was Instmeed to contiaet for a com blnntlou bildge on range lino bet weep Tp 152, R III and IW,;)9. Hnrvov Flint. Samuel Mavity onrt Inu. lloolen wero anpolnted jurors In tho road petitioned for by Jacob Voll- mer. Two hiindred dollars was npproprl- nted for tho Improving of the Forct City levco. We are now beforu I ho weople of Holt County with a largo and very at tractive stock of Readv Mado Clnthlnz, Hals, ('tips, lUintx, shoes, (icnts FiiruWh- t . 1.. I. u V.".l!.,..j n U'tll iiiiiL-i. itrliuia ui lnu nu til lll-llM It nil lllllll- II1U iuilll.', lllliirv, HiiivJU-ivi ............ , cement for you to givo tts your patronage Please call and examine our stock befu.o purchasing. OORSAUT & IMIIEreiEIR,, Remember, GLENN'S BRICK BLOCK, Main St. MOUND CITY, MO. ' THK THOEOTTGHBEED Clydesdale Stallion Star Marquis, 4 A Chapter on Tiir.su ittnv'T. Theio is a land of teaiv nnd bitter walling A land must like that drear one Danto knew, Whiito wnn-facod Nlobcx, with dank robe.i rail- In nail procession move, brow browned with rite It Is a laud peopled by whitelim mor tals - f'onmnri'il with them tho Virgins live, wero wise A ml it is writ above its gloomy por trtlx! 'We did iiotTlilnk It Paid to Adver tise. tioii to the Sabbath children with their parents and tho parents with their ehildtcn In Hiblo study, and the pastor present with both, (b) The tendency of tlio Sunday school teacher and scholar to be absent from church service, and to deplete tho attendance on church wor ship, (c). (.'hl'idien sermons; or the children's portion In the Sabbath worship. II. " TUB WOItll." 2;00 1. m. Devotionnl Services. 'J. The Illblc in relation to the Snb- bath School, (a). The Mblu-a book constructed to be taught to young nnd old. (b). lllblu revision nnd Rlble helps, (c). Sunday school how selected and how used Ulble truth. Institute work. Unfinished business. Question drawer. 9:30 I', m. Praise service. Tho Third International Sunday School Convention will meet nt Toronto, Canada. .litnoJM4. Delegates will bo appointed by the Hilda convention. Those who desire to go its such will forward application to Secretary Ku- hev. or lo the chairman of tho State Kxecutlvo committee. . !.,. .. 'Pin. ....j. v..y ,.. l ....Ll.w ir. 1.1 t..,.,Ja ill wnrshlli. IH a lieaiUIIIIl DlncK Willi Slav in iori;iii-.iii, iiiiiii iiiim"' " " libraries to enforce hl-'li. rood head and neck, llroatl sliouldurs, great depth of heart, won snapeii mmj , short back, with broad strong hips, with most excellent legs, and feet; heavy mano and tail. Kind disposition and line action. Weight In fair condition, 1,800. Age, 4 years August. l'Jth. 1881. PEDIG11EE : STAR MARQUIS by the Tho Manpils, who was imported by Thompson Urns. Thu Marquis bv Imported Hrrculcs, thu winner of inanv prizes in Scot land. 1st Dam by Imported Ncitherly ; 2d Dam by Imported Sovern ; jld Dam bv Imported lliown (ieorgo; 4th Dam by Impi'ited Old Clyilo. who was itupurt ellbvWm. Warden In 1810. Tn t in fiivimir. mill narties w 10 wouui iiko 10 oreeii iur iiiiiii in i.iiiiini purposes, wo would call your attention to this horse. , ...., Ho will be permlUeif to servo a few good marcs at the low price- of .lr 00 to Insure, payable bv note, at time of siirvicc.due in six months, note to be void if the mare proves not to be in foal. Duo care will bu taken to prevent acclduuts but will not be responsible should any occur. Uriah Simmons, fivoom. Hoblitzell & Jesse, Proprietors, llKl'OUK OS (' r ( 0 Advertising. Tltr.SK Dili. Tlicrw is n land that Hows with milk and honey N'ot the condensed nor yet tho sor j'liuni strains Kaeh dweller beiiM a gripsacK fat with inoiiev. Bonds, coupons, stock, and vari ous other trains. Happy nruthesoas, at lilli title, tlio f'liimlet : No tearilotli drown tho laughter in tlioir oviis, Fur better luck they'd not donate out! (bunli't: Thu pastiy's thrlrs itiey learned Advertlso AFTr.ll to Oiliiclal Statement or tiii: PIMNCIAL 00NDITI01T Jones, Townsend &Co.. THE Respectfully asks the attention of PEOPLE OF HOLT COUNTY TO THEIR SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF Spring Clothing llor Men, Roy's Youth's and Children, Completo in all lines Aseort cd with crcnt care and bought under the most favorable clrcutnstan- ..ph for Jusli. Our Motto is Fa r and Square scaling, aii goons ui u marked and sold at tho LOWEST LEGITIMATE PRICES. wo propose giving entire satisfaction to all, or tho vjotiey cheerfully refunded. Wo solicit your patronage. Remember the place. JONES, TOWNSEND & CO,, 4th & Felix Street, ST- Joseph mo During Lord Rcaconsncld's whole ill ness his predominant anxiety seemed to bu, says The London Times, that tho cares of those who nursed him should If possible, bo adequately recognized 'How can they bo rewarded? You will sou to that," he said. To his faithful confidential servant Damn, who was formerly wllh Lady ncaconslleld, he said: "Ilaum, you will bo a happy man; you will enjoy the pleasures of memory : you will remember what yon have done for inc." Ho was aware that tho Queen had inquired frequently for him and at a period of his Illness when ho seemed unable to speak, tho fact of her having done so lor a time roused him in i manner surprising to thoso around hint At a later stago of tho Illness, when tho spring air seamed to mfiiso a little moro vitality Into the system, Lord Bnrrineton ventured to toll him that numbers ot workinjrmon had called during tho dinner hour to inquire for him. Ho scowed greatly tone lied, and said It gratified him muth that thoso for whom he had striven to do his best should now recollect him. Very shortly beforojhls illness ho told a friend he put much tmst In tho workingraon. Ho was fond of children, and delighted in flowers. Star Hambletonian. STAR HAMHLKTOVIAX, Is a beaiitful bay with largo star in his forehead, with Ills left hind ankle whitn; .tniuls 10 il-4 hands Iil-h with veiyneat head and neck, broad oblique sliouldurs, great depth of heart, largo well shaped body, pwd back, arched loin, with broad strong hips, grout length from point of hip to whirlboiiu; thence tostlllo and hocks, with inost .excellent legs aud feet. In tho kindness ot his dispooltlon, style, muscular development, action and form, he presents a striking resemblance to his slro Rysdyk's Hainblctoniaii. STAR HAMHLFrOXIAX, by Rysdyk's Hambletonian, slro of tho king of the turf Dexter, and grand-siro f Goldsmith Maid; also the gruntl-siro ot M. .iiiiian and Maud S., the fastest tlmo of tho latter being 2:10 H-4 and the former 2: 11 1-4. His first dam by Wild Air; second dam or Slicciy's American htnr; mini nam bv Kxton's Kclldso; fourth dam by Abdallah, the slru of Hysyk's Hainbletonian. Wild Air uy iJccaiur, son oi jicury, nam uhiricn uy ituim-uxm j-iii-i, " Amei lean Star tiy Stockhonic's American Star; first dam Sally Slough, by Henry; second dam by imported Messenger. Kxton's F.clipso bv American Kelipso; dam by Imported Lxton. Abdallah by Mam'brlno, son of imported Messenger; dam Amazonia by a son of Imported Messenger. , , ...... . . . ... .. . . I rl .1.- IT..... .... t... UysdyK's liamoietonian ny AUiiaitau; nrsi nam uunrius jvuiii. mum, uj mr ported! nollfounder; second dam One Eye, by Uishop's Hambletonian; thud dam Silver Tail by Imported Messenger. Jlisliop's llanioictoniati, ot linporieu .Messenger, iirst nam iiieinu, nu ported Shark, second dam by Imported Medley. r. American Kelipso by Duroe, son of imported Diomedo; first dam Millers damsol by Imported Messenger; second dam, impoited Maro by Pot 8-os. Pine Lumber. "We desire to state to the people of Holt county, that ve are the largest dealers in tsII kinds of lumber and Builder's Materials, In Holt county. Wo now havo tho following yards cstahlished ; and being tenslvo purchasers from first hands we arc therefore nblo to glv you lower uri'.s than any other firm in the county. Hoblitzell & Bro., Oraig, Hoblitzell & Jesse,Mound City. HoblitzellWinch & Co., Maitland, Hoblitzell & Pinkstou, Oregon- ex-fig- FOR SALE! 20,000 3 ad 4 Year Old Apple Trees, Standard sorts, grafted from bearing trees, raised at homo, first-class. Also a few G year old Applo Trees. Also n.000 or 4.000 Apnlo Trees, second class, cheap. A splendid lot of CHERRIES, PEARS, PEACHES, PLUMS APRICOTS. SMALL FRUITS, Evergreens and other Ornamental trees AT THE HOLT COUNTY HUKSERIES GEO, r. LUCKHARDT, Prop'r. ov Tin: Frazer & McDonald FOREST CITV, MO., lit tin1 I'ttisu ot Imiliirvi mi tliu MtU ilay of April lssi. ltKXOUUCKS : l.natiH uiiiliiuliti-illy piml mi ii'niiiiiiI iiml I'ollati'ral "rcmlty 4 4,5l.i l'1 I.niiiiH iiml iIIm'iiiiiiIs itiiitmiliti'illy triujJ 1111 ri-al ril at r siTiirily I... 5,500 o On'ritrnfts tiy SoluMit Mi'i'urltli'S .. ul .'. Othi-r RiiiiiN mill Ktui'k tit tlii'lr irr.i- I'lit i-nl 1 viiliii' 1,74.1 M Dm1 fnmi oilier t:ilik, Kooil 1111 sliclit a ran u.nji i Ileal I'tittn at prririit caili market Vllllll' l.ifti mi 1'itriiitnri' iiml llxtini'i liji uu Illlls n( Natlunal Hanks ami J .real Tender U. S. Niites S..10) no (Inlil eoln Vi.Miil 110 Silver eolu u;o "11 Total Sloi.nsi -ir, i.i.miuTtiks! t'apttalStoi'k palil In $ 'io.Mt ou Surplus minis 011 ham! 4,if"I cj Di'pii'lts niibji'ut to ilrafl at slulil.... s:i,7.Mi i;: Doiiiislts .snliieet to ilralts al tilven ilates 'JI.IM yl Interest ami Kwhanh'e iieeoiuil l.wl mi Total IKl.sa '.'5 Statu n( Missouri, Ciiillity of Holt! We. II. I. Kntzer, l'ielili'lil,aiul lleori!e Wrlier, Calili'r of said Haul; ami eaeli of us, ilo soleliiiily swear that thealiovestateiiieiit Is t rue t llin bet of our kiiimleilKo iiml hellef. 11. 11. 1 I.A.I.H. (IliOlH.'K WKIlHIt. (tenrire Wetier kiitiscrlliril anil .sworn lo ho- fore nie.tlils liitlnlay of .May Inn. .My term iis.oiarv riiDiiu nui nuire .11tu11. sili NS'M, F. McUo.N'Ai.n, Notary l'liUllc. I. 11. Hrni-r HiiliHerlheil mill sworn lo lietoro me a Notary l'ulilieluaiiU fur tliu .-iiiiiuty of Hit- I'liniliiii.. mail' 111 .Miwmri.inii 1:111 nay 01 nj. uji. .My eoiwinisxioii ex Tn fniillpmen ownlncf thoroutihbred or woll bred mares, desiring to rniso a perfect saddle or harness horso; to thoso having trotting or pacing marcs and wwli to cross tnom vyim a norso inni win no sum u iriuiniuii i muir iuius, uniu tv, i)Milty of blood, symmotry of form, docility, intclliaenco, resolution nnd high " . . . i 1.t ... I... .. .1.1-1. ... ..H1..I. courage; aim 10 nreeucis wno 111 o loimiii i ci us iij inn m mnui muu cold brooded dams with a warm current, wo especially coniinond this horso. Ho will bv allowed to servo n few good mares at tlio low prico 01 f, payable-tit term of scrvlco by cash or note, with prlvllcgo of returning maro tlio next season in caso of failure, I will give tlueo premiums, viz. : To tho best colt $25 ; second $20; third 816. (Jolts to be shown at woanlng tlmo, either at Mciind City or Maitland. whlchovor is tliu most central point for tho number of marcs bred to tho horse. Will stand nt my residence in Whig Valley. FREEMAN LIBB.Y Maitland. Mo. DRY GOODS M.S 1 Fafis & Co., Are receiving and opening fromfy lo day, ono of the Larg- est, Handsomest and Iron. I pay Cash for all kinds of Scrap j, A. DEMUTH, Forest City, Mo, tWOeorgo & Miller, Mound City, eell nails $4.00 per keg, Cash. 6r JC handsomest and g Cheamest Stocks I . of Dry Goods that It has ever been their pleasure to ofTer to the nubile and at prices that defy competition-Their stock is complete In every particular Including all the novelties of the' season. -tea re -tea Remember" that wo havo not adopted tho "Dopavtmont Systom," thorobv detaining our customers unncccssavially, but ilo 1 Ivor their goods at onco. All aro invited to call and soo ns, us wo will not bo undersold. Rcniombor tho l'lnco. M. S. Faris & Co., N.W. Corner 4th & Felix 8U , 8T. JOSEPH. imnMoii expires Mareh 7, ICSI, H.M. llEATrii:. .Notary I'ulilie. The case of two Indianapolis hus bands who agreed to swap wives, by means of ilivorco,is curious. The coup les wero liitimato friends, ami thu trndo lias been amicably carried out. Dr. Uaiimuller went to St. Louis on a hon eymoon tour. "Mr. Riohter and I" ho said to a Republican reporter, unru like brothers. Not very long ago I dis covered that I loved Mrs. Rlchter bet ter than I did my own wife, and that sho preferred mu to her husband. I also discovered that Mr. Rlchter and my wife stood In exactly tho same relation to each other. What were wo to do? Quarrel? It was usoless. It was so, and could not bo helped. I had tried lo suppress my feelings, and would havo done so if I had nut found that Lima, my wife, loved Rlchter and that Rlch ter loved I.ona. Wo did not ipiarrcl ; wo arranged everything. Wo met, all four, Rlchter, Mrs. Rlchter, my wife, and mysolf, at Kichtor'H house, and there wo talked the matter over until wo concluded that tho best thing to do was to sek divorce." Dr. nnumullor is a vcputablo physician with iv largo practice. Rlchter has been n Street Commissioner, and is wealthy. In ouo respect ho seems to get trie best of the bargain, for his now wlfo Is 21), while ho is CO. Baumullor is U9. To Teachers: Nutli'o Is hereby (,'1 veil that tliu Hoard of Kiln cation of tlio City of OriT'm will recelvn appli cations until Juno 4tti IKSI, for a. Principal mill four iistl'lum teachers In thu l'ulf.u rJcliools for thu eiiMitiiB vaar anil a teaehehell for thu Col ored Sclioiils. School to liculk September mat. lly order of the Hoard, Iv V 1 J'AVIHJocretiiry. h n- -J. T. Thatcher of Oregon, Mo hnffa sure euro for fe vor anil agtio. Warranted to euro o money refunded. Bout by mail on ro olpt of price Ono ounco bottle, 75c ; two ounco bottle. $1.25. AdininiHtrittor's Notice. Letters of Administration nil tho citato of John I'riwnian. deceased, were, granted tlio midcrslRned, Mnrclr.'Otli, 1881, by tho 1'roliutu Court of Unit enmity. All persons liuvlnc claims against snM citato arc required to oxlilhlt thc.ni for allowance to tho administrator within ono year after the date of said Ictt'rs, or they may ln nreeludcd from any licnellt of said estate, and If mich claims l notoihlhlled within two years from tlio date of said letters they will Im forever barred, JOHN I', H.KYi'KIIT.Ailm'r.