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BAKING PODIR. Awarded Highest lun World's Fair. Highest Tests U. S Sov't Omistsl PRIOlC AKING POWDER 0O., OHICAGO. NOBLE BEASTS GIVE FINE SHOW Norris and Rowe Aggre gation Plays to Ca pacity of Tent. CLEVER PERFORMERS Dogs, Ponies, Elephants and Seals All Happy and Well Trained. There is a bulldog who goes every where, into everything and "takes center" at the least encouragement; there are three elephants who perform with a dig nity and grace that defies description; there are four seals so adroit and intelli gent that one is forced to wonder whether the human is really the wisest race; there are baboons so funny that the alleged comedians in the "concert" appear pitiable by comparison, and so many clever dogs that the philocanist's heart beats nigh to bursting. All this in a show which makes no pre tensions to greatness, but advertises itself as designed to please the children. Play to Capacity. The tent In which the Norris & Rowe dog and pony show holds forth has a ca pacity of 3,000 people. Every seat was taken at both performances yesterday and scores stood in the entrance aisles. Butte turned out en masse, and rarely has an aggregation merited more strongly the patronage vouchsafed. The show is clean, with a few trifling exceptions. Cut out some of the dubious horseplay indulged in by the clowns and you have nothing that your wife or your baby may not witness. The performance is initiated with a grand parade about the ring, according to custom since times immemorial-since, in fact, Dick Sutton entered the circus busi ness as a small boy So years ago. They Love Their Work. Then coins the performers. They do not enter with a smirk or a simper; they come bounding from the dressing rooms with a light step and joyous heart. It is easy to see that the training of the Norris & Rowe animals has been a labor of love, for every four-footed performer in the tent plainly adores his master. A herd of perhaps 40 ponies occupies an hour. They are marvelously well taught and with a speed and precision that would do credit to bifurcated veterans performed the most difficult military evo lutions without a hitch. They are summoned in for the first act by a clever Shetland, who rings a bell for his fellow actors to enter. Near Feeding Time. Then they do their turn joyously, with a swing and a gallop, shaking their pretty manes and kicking up their dainty feet at every turn. There is a trick in animal training. The beasts are fed right after the turn is over. They know that the bet ter they do the more they will get to eat, which, perhaps, explains the method of procedure of the pony who wrote a note on the ground to his master, saying he would like eight meals a day. They all look as if they had at least that number, for a fatter, sleeker, better-groomed group of equines has never been seen in Butte. A troop of dogs succeed the ponies. There are, of course, the usual contingent of clown spaniels, who do the wrong thing at the right time and make a lot of trouble for everyone. Then there is a big papa dog and mamma dog and the baby, driven In by two baboons, perched as driver and footman on an ornate carriage pulled by two diminutive ponies. - The Dears. Of course, when they go away they for get the baby and the baboon footman has to get down and bring it to mamma. And then a whecl comes off and the baboon ha: to get down again and put it on. "The dears l" cried many a human mamma uin der her breath. They are touching in their simplicity and conscientiousness. Did half the performers in a human show per form as do these brutes the histrionic pro fession would be far more enjoyable. Then there is the clown pony, who will not let the clown man in the ring and bites at everybody with the best nature in the world: the clown elephant, who shirks all his tasks, and the clown seal, who is always in the way and wants to be in everything, to say nothing of the clown bulldog, who is the hit of the show. Large Bill. Several trapeze, acrobatic and contortion acts enliven the show. The bill is long and very good. A trick bicycle rider drew attention and the clowns made sorties at proper moments. The menagerie is large for a show of the kind and includes among other things a cub hear worth going miles to see. The "concert" given after the main show is bad, however, and not worth wait ing for. CRUSHED TO DEATH IN MINE Foreman of the Indiana Mine In Tucson, Ariz., Is Killed. v ASGSOCIAI ED RI'ISS. Tucson, Ariz., July 23.-Cananea ad vices state that Fred Massey, foreman at the Indiana mine, met death in a horrible manner yesterday. Massey stepped into a cage and rang to the engineer to hoist the cage. The engineer did not respond immediately. Then ringing the bell to notify him to wait, Massey stepped off the cage to get his candlestick, when the cage started and caught him between the side of the cage and the station wall. Masscy's body was ground to pieces. Charles Crandall, a miner in the Capot mine, was dashed to death yesterday by the cage getting beyond the control of the engineer. William Dutton, foreman of the Arizona Clay mine, near Benson, was killed by a cave-in of the mine yesterday. LOW WATER CAUSES TROUBLE Big Boats are Scarcely Able to Navigate the Yukon. BY ASSOCIArED PRESS. Vancouver, B. C., July 23.-A message from l)awson says the cool weather which has prevailed there for some time past is causing considerable worry to steamboat men on the lower Yukon. So far this sea son no boats have arrived there from St. Michael, and if the water in the lower Yukon falls much more it is feared that little freight sent in via St. Michael will be landed in Dawson this season. The chief cause of the extreme lowness of the water in the Yukon is the light snow of last winter, combined with cool weather and the absence of any rain dur ing this season. Many claims are also closing down for want of water. The decrease in the depth of the water at Fort Selkirk, on the Yukon, is very marked. RETURNS AFTER MANY YEARS Man Comes Back and Weds Girl He Deserted 25 Years Ago. BY ASSOCIATED Prsf's. Bristol, Pa., July 23.-Miss Elizabeth Tomlinson and Wilmar Johnson of this city, it has just been made known, were married on June s4. They became engaged as years ago. Soon after the engagement Johnson left suddenly for the West where he mar ried and reared a family. Several years after their mnarr:age his wife died and he went to Honolulu, where he engaged in the newspaper busi ness. In June of this year he suddenly male his appearance here and renewed his ac. quaintance with Miss Tomlinson. They were married without the knowl edge of their friends. CULLOM'S NEPHEW ARRESTED Shelby M. Taken in Custody Down in Arizona. Phoenix, Ariz., July 23.-Shelby M. Cullom, nephew of the Illinois senator, has been arrested by United States Mar shal McCord on an Indictment returned by the United States grand jury at Prescott. Cullom is a clerk of the supreme court of Arizona, having several months ago resigned the deputy collectorthip of in ternal revenue at Santa Fe. It is said the trouble arose over the col lection of internal revenue, which was later refunded, when it was alleged they had been wrongly imposed, Get Higher Wages. Montreal, July a3.-The Canadian Pa cific carmen, who threatened to strike for higher wages, have been csettled with. They get an increase of fromt a cent to a cent and a half an hour, a zo-hour day and time and a half on holidays. DOV. OF PEACE DE SCENDS ON COUNCIL Mayor and Aldermen Fail to Indulge in Any Ani mated Discussion. POLICE ARE PRESENT Veto of His Honor Fails of Sanction by the Sev eral City Fathers. Those who visited the council chamber last night in anticipation of a repetition of former meetings since the present admin istration took hold of city affairs were doomed to disappointment. Barring a few evidences of friction the meeting was as untroubled as a mill pond. The question of confirming the mayor's city attorney and assistant, which always has stirred up trouble, was not touched. The assistant city attorney sat by the mayor, but none of the aldermen offered objections. Policemen in uniform and wearing their caps were on hand to preserve order. They compelled the spectators to keep a pas sageway open, but otherwise the oflicers were not needed. Minutes Are Changed. After making several changes in the minutes the council got down to business and acted favorably upon a nlumbler of committee reports. The action of the mayor in vetoing the resolution instructing the city clerk to draw no warrants not authorizcd by the council was turned down. The i5 alder men present voted to pass the resolution over the mayor's head. This is said to be the first time in the history of the Butte city council that a veto by the rmayor has nort received even one affirmative vote front the council. The mayor was on hand with another veto. however. lie anonunced his disap proval of the measure repealing the office of assistant street commissioner, to which position the mayor has appointed F. i.. Grandy. Some of the aldermen expressed a desire to pass on the veto at once, but it went over until Wednesday. Lavelle Again Elected. The council reconsidered the action of the previous meeting in electing Mike Lavelle alderman from the Fourth to suc ceed W. C. Bacheler, resigned. It ap pears that Lavelle was not a freeholder at that time. lie has since acquired property in the ward and the council went through the formalhty of again electing him. Mr. Lavelle received 1a votes to three for Os car Stenberg. An ordinance creating the office of fourth assi.tant chief of the ,ire department was introduced and referred to the judiciary committee. The position carries a salary of $s,2ao per year. Petitions were read asking for the con struction of storm sewers in the Missoula gulch district. As all bids for the construc tion of sewers have been in the hands of the clerk for several weeks during the deadlock and have not been reacaed, they were acordingly rejected and new adver tisements will be inserted. Alderman Doull protested against the es tablishment of a concert hall at the old Comique until the license conmmittee had first acted on the license. Disapproves 'Mayor's Action. The council disapproved of the mayor's action in appointing a committce to con fer with the county board of equalization and proceeded to elect another committee. L.ynch. Sichenhaler and Heaney were ac cordingly elected, although the mayor in HARVESTING UNDER WAY IN THE WEST YIELD IN WASHINGTON IS MUCH LARGER THAN WAS ANTICIPATED. BY ASSOCIATED PkFSR. Tacoma, Wash., July j3.-llarvesting has become general this week in Walla Walla and Palouse wheat districts. So far indications point to a larger yield than was first expected. Eighteen bushels per acre will be the average yield of the Eureka Flat section. Eome fields will get as bushels and others sa to IS. In the foot hills southeast of Walla Walla the yield will reach 40 bushels. The opening price was 6o cents a bushel so cents above the opening price last year. St. Paul, July 23.-The Northern Pa cific railroad has Issued and the Great Northern is about to issue a circular call ing for 1S,ooo men to go into the north west harvest fields to help gather the big crop of wheat and offering special induce ment to workers who desire to come from places south and east of the Twin Cities. TRIP AROUND THE WORLD Women of Mountain View Church to Give Novel Entertainment. Something unique in the form of en tertainment is offered tonight by the women of the Mountain View M. E. church. It is intended to carry all who desire to go to visit several nations. Customs and costumes of each nation will be shown and refreshments peculiar to each may be enjoyed. Vehicles, it is promised, will carry the guests to the various places of interest and will start promptly at 8 o'clock. CHURCH TO HAVE A PICNIC Members of Trinity Parish of Center. villa Going to Deer Lodge. Members of Trinity church in Center ville have planned to holJ their annual picnic in Deer Lodge Wednesday. The train will leave this city at 6 il the morn ing and return at 7:3) ilm the evening. Arrangmements have been made whereby a good time is promised all tho.ie who see their way clear to att:d tbhis picnlo. formed the council they would not be paid. hMollie Smith asked to be appointed assistant to the employment bureau clerk .ail the matter was left with the mayor. These matters were referred to the judiciary committee: Floyd Closser's hlier to compromtise his damage suit for the loss of an arm; the county commis stoners communicated relative to co operating in the construction of a receiv tig hospital ; Mrs. J. J. Sullivan's claim fhr $o,0oo0, damages for injuries alleged to have been sustained by falling on the rllhdwalk on East Granite street: the cllitl of Ilenderson Brothers & Cole for Illhged damages; complaint of a nuisance cnllucted by two women over the llaw thorntl saloon. Referred to Committee. I'htre were referred to the street and Illey committee a petition for the remove ment of the sidewalk on Second street and I regon avenue; a petition for graingll West Mercury from Alabama; to Excelsior. 'I he fire and water committee received hIer consideration the protest of Ed L.and relative to water mains from i:llnmt to Proslrct avetnue on W%'est (;;lena; pe lition for extension of water mains on the c'olumbia lode; Chief Sanger's report of the suspension for to days of Fred Globe. The poliee committee will consider the complaint that W. S. Ilawes made against tc iher J. 1). Rudda ottl the charge of searching hilt for a weapon. The finance committee recommended the payment of $7.75.,sb5 in claims including $:.174 for electricity and $.:,8?7 for water. The report was adlopted. The sewer ecom mitter placed on file the petition of Ilerti Itroithers for a sewer outlet: grantted the petition for a sanitary sewer on Dela ware avenlue bIetweenl First and Second streets; recommllended that the city build It 1b.X sewer frlll Second to First hbetweent It)rc gi avenlue and Atlantic streets. This report was adopted. Ask Further Time. 'lhe judiciary committee askedl for fur ther timet in which to report on Jamells J. Il.dgar's claim for alleged l;damages for the loss of it horse; asked for further tilme to report on the communlltticat ion from tIlle Sate Savings hank relative to certain tax mnatters; disallowel the petition of Itartm y MeGl;rade toi remit certatin street sprinkling taxes (if it841t; askedl for further time on the ordinaice regulating hack idrivers; rectlnlloending the passage of the bill for all ordinaulce ereating the fourth assistant lire chief of the depart nitll ; and reclmellllldedl that iMrs. lieraghty who has a clailn against the city be presenlt at the next meeting of the commnittee with iher cotnitlr, Blrce Kremler. to present her claim. The report was adopted. 'I he street a adl alley committee reottmn tuethded the following side walks ie cn demned andl new walks laid: In Irot.l ('i rrlare ce ltilI, .;6 to rnt tl:ust i'.Ik 'treet, incltisive. iFromi 3.I to 3,l East laik sltrelet, inclusive. ."tm 41,3 to A., Itist l'atk street. exrelptlng Nos 471 and 477. lltllm 1,.1 to 65 t.as l';East l.k street, tinlulive. From 74t, to 7 l';int Park .reet', it'in ve. prmn :7 South (;aylord sreet l to Gailla stlrict. tin the west side of l)aknta street between lor pIhyry and Silver stri.ecl, atxtptlingl No,. 313, j31 and 317 DJakota. From s5i to141 6t West 'ark street, and one hall ,,I ol We'st Park. On Silver street, from Idaho ltlry, abo,ut at feet west. O(n North Jackson street, from ata in Quarts. ()O Alaska street. frmn 313 to ('op pI r street. From Ji to it We tttlopper street, inlllusive. :iol , l l to .i' West (;ranute street, inclustive'. 'Ithe report was adopted. Resolutions Are Adopted. 'I he following res.luitions were ailoplltel: Providing for pavetnrut ani curbing dis trint No. 9; for the constructttion of a sewer ont Delaware avenlue from Secondll to Front street ; providing for laying side valks ont certain streets; leave of alsencer of three weeks was granlted Assistantll (ity Treasurer Ityron (ook. Aldernian loyle introdutced an or dilnanlce reducing the Ilours of duty of patrollmen from is to 8 hours exc.ept in case;s of riot. It was referred to the judici;ary cotmmittee. PAPER BY WOMEN TO APPEAR NOV. 1 PROPOSED NEWSPAPER IN NEW YORK WILL BE A DECIDED NOVELTY. BY ASSOCIAIED PRIfliR. New York, July 13.-?dited by women, the first issue of the I cent morning lnws paper devoted exclusively to stories of and for women will, it is announced, appear on the streets of New York, November I. Great secrecy is being preserved as to the promoters of the newspaper. Not even its name has been given out, but it is declared the paper will be an eight page affair, to be issued daily, except Sunday, anwl will contain all the news, besidles a magazine department devoted to makers of femininine interest. To avoid being "scooped," the women propose going to press a couple of hours later than their contemporaries. As a Preservative of Wood There Is nothing better than our ready mixed paint. If your gates, fences and out buildings are properly painted, they will not only look better, but will last twice as long. CARDER WALL PAPER CO. C, V. rRANZMAN, Prop, ,iS W. Park St., Kings Blk. 'Phone so6. Ranney Refrigerator PRICE REDUCTIONS Will Be an Important Feature of This Week's Selling in Our $75,000 Clearance Sale The difference in your favor of a season's ice bill is a strong point in favor of Ranney Refrigerators. The differ. ence in your favor on prices during this sale is another strong point. That they are the best from all points can not be truthfully denied. It's a pleasure to show them, and you will find it profitable to buy them, because at these reduced figures they are lower in price than the ordinary kinds. A cool July has made it warm for August Refrigerator Prices Thirty No. 40. Msarcot, Ranney refrigeratonr., rJ incllr wilde. 6 ichesh deep and , inthe. high. removatic drainl pipes, bra.s Romanml gIld finished trimmings, Ialvanlit l iron ice racks. c alily cleanell ; removabhr nIl ic e cOnIIIIrtIIIt I Iiment anild ball batI.inl cral ters. Price .reduced from, $,, 1 .. .............. ............... ........ $1.00 Ten only, No. 40.4 Matrit Ranney refriteratot., made fism kiln drietI lumber, free from knots; ri Ih golden finish, ,trion , dllurabli lcks and hinges, is J7 inches. wide, 17 incheiis deltp indt lstandll 41 inches,. high, large uwillning dllor I1n fronlt andt hinged top door to ice llompartllent. P'rice reduced from $1 7. In. ......................$12.00 Six onlly, No. 41a Mascot Ranney refrigerators, stItiolnary top, ice anlll provisuilon ,om1lnpartmen t doors, lit h open from the front, Idors doubIlle patllr edl, trininsiºtII bras tfinished ii Roman gold. Tlthis is a lrge refrirr;atC (50 inche1 . high) . lld take.s iup very little floor space. $ 'rice reduceld froml $S.oo to .. ......... ........... $1. 00 Three only, No. 416 Rlaniey refrigera tors, stationa;iry top,. a swilngilng floCrs in front, ice callpacity 75 lllllpounds'; adjustable and rtemovable shelves, stanid 6 t, inches high, very large provisionl compartllnlllll; hllilpt llng w ilhlt I. J poundl Same in general cnlstructionll aid mall rii as No. 4l1 . Price reduced fromt . .,.so to,. .................................. .. $ 18 .2 5 Mail Us Your Orders--We Pay the Freight. Brownfield=Canty Carpet Co. s8 to 54 West Park. 4I to 43 West Galena Street, Butte. SENATOR TIHURSTON TAKES MUO BATH GENTLEMAN FROM NEBRASKA HAS UNPUEASANT EXPERIENCE IN THE EAST. nY AYS t IA'I I 'K I.it.. New York, July aj.--Formier Senator John M. Thurstoen of Nebriaska has taken the temperature of seta water lat Coney Islantl, but his enjoyment of the experi (ence was curtailed owitng to the fact that he haold his clothes tolt The Nehraskan and his wife visited the island as the guests of an old ;lacquaint ance, who is now the proprictor of anl ulllllsentllet resort there. 'hey were taken on board ain electric launch for a trip dlow the lagoon. They made a circuit of the grounds awl then passed out by means of a small lock into (;ravesheul Bay. After a pleasalnt trip the launch was headed hack to the park. ()wiing to a change in the tide the lock had becn closed. 'the visitors were conlronted with a walk over the dam a foot wide or a climb over the fence. They chose the former, and Mrs. Thurs ton negotiated the obstacle without diffi culty. Mr. Thurston started across next and when half way across lost his balance. The creek is only about four feet deep, but there was plenty of imud, and the former senator was lot presentable when he finally reached shore. A change of clothing was found for him and the party came back to town, declar ing they had a good time despite the acci dent. TRAMPLED INTO MIRE OF THE RIVER AND DROWNED Glasgow, July a,.-John Enos, a wealthy stockman, was knocked down by his cattle and trampleld into the mire of the Missouri Tuesday night at 5 o'clock. With herders, he was driving some steers across the river, when a fractious animal brushed him over. The renainder passed over his body and he was drowned as well as trampled. His Ibody was recovered yesterday, not far from where he went down. The cur rent is very swift at this point. Enos was well-known and popular in this section and had handled stock many years. Ilis carelessness, or self-confi dence, brought on his untimlnly end. Sunday School Convention. Tomlorrow morning the executive board of the State Sunday School association will hold its first session. The im:eing will be held in the office of Edward F. I'assnore, in West lBroadway. Several out-of-town officials will be present and imnportant business considered by the board. NORTHERN PACIFIC SUNDAY EX CURSION TRAIN STARTS. Next Sunday the Northern IPacific will In. augurate their Sunday excursion train service to 'Twin Bridges Alder and intermediate points. Train will leave Butte each Sunday at p a. m.; returning, leave Alder at 5:4S p. m., arriving at Butte at pi. Special rates to all points ood on this train only. For par. ticuters call on or write.II IMA W General. MRIMAN. General Agent Niorthern Pasclie Ialhwe. ALIAS SIUMMlINS. In flhe Juatie's ('court, Township of South lIIIe, I'olnty of Silver Ilow, State of Monitanai. C'ornrlius 'lTaylur, Justice of tile 'ruace. John, M itaa hi. doing hu,llina ls J, M. Ieach & litiu., plaitutif, vs, ( hlt. h lhwn, defend alit. hre talte of Montiana i lo mi.Il greetigll to (Charle, Itrwn, dlefendllant ahove n:lamleitI You areIi htrey rrnillredl ito appea.r befiore me in my olhice, at N.o. 71K :ist Fronit street, township of Sotlllh Ituite, iallllly of SIlver IJow, and state if Montaina, oil Mondalii.y, tile p7l1l day of July, A. 11. tI.1, at 0 W'h lck a. nu., and answer h f compnllitt of plaintiff on file in an laction Ito recver iof you th11e 1it. of serVenty eight anld no tiln dollatia for g.ods, warrs' and niecthandise sold aidl delivtred to you by plaintiff at you.r lpecial reqiil. I. Anil you are Ihreby otlfiel I tha Iif yol fail to appear i.ld nall.wur tlhe Malil co,'llaiunt as above reiqulredl, jlidgmInt will hr taken agaillnt you aIerdinig to ll coniplint and ci tI o lhl sallt. (;.ven udIIler miy htand this Ict day ol July, itau. (. TAY.(lhl(, Justlice of tle l'eace. ALIAS St.MMItNS. Inl thel Justice C('iourt, Township o.f South hettli', (ollty if Silver How, .State of Montana. ('orneilut 'laylo,, Justice of the iPeate. Slharwoo Sher ('o.. a corporration, plailntif, vs. I hasI tea 1rwn, defenldant. 'l he state of Montana sendl, greeting to ('harles Itrown, defendlanl above named: Yosu are hereby retuired to tappear before me In my ffrice at Ni. ?11N uast Front street, townshllilp South lltute, lllnty .of Silver llow, and state of Montana, .on Monday, the 71th day of July, A. I). tg.i, at q ou'rclck a. nm., and answer tIlle (,omplaint of plaintiff n Ifile an actlnll itr recover of you thle sum of seventy. one and 4'0 io dollars for ago.ods, wares and nmrchalldise Isold and delivered to you by plainltiff Ht your speL.al requellst. And yout are Ilerehy notillril that if you fail to applear and allswer the said Eoltplaint as above required, judlgmient will lie taken aainlst you accordillg to tilhe complaint anld colsts of this suit. Given undler mny land this let day of July. iuto. C. 'IA YI.0 If, Jsttie of the liace. ALIA. SUIMMONS. In the Jltlticr'. (',ourt Township of Sullt uilutte, County of Silver How, State of Montal;na. Cornelita Taylor, Justice of the Peace. McClellanld Ilroa. & Ifavic'y, a corporlation, plainllff, vs. ('harles Irown, drfeiflnant. 'he I Istate of Montana sell greetiing to ('harles Iriwn. defeindant aboiivie nameld. YVoil are hrerry requiiredl tio appear Ilbefore me In my offiie at No. 71i EL.at Fronlt slree(, towi'hip of Siutllh Iltle, cointy of Silver Iow, and state of Moniana, ioo Monday, the ayth dlay if July, A. I), 1.1i3, il ,a 'clock a, m., and alnswer the. comiplinit if plaintiff on file iI atll action to rli ecover o yiou the stoln of .ighity. nine and 34 tol doll:lla for goodls, wares. and nierchlnlllit soll ndlll liviered to you by plaitilli at your special reiltest. Anil yloui are lirclby ilifil tIhat if you fall tu aplipear and anstwer the said conlllainlt as ablllove rliluired, juldKngient will ie takell aglaina you according to the counll;ilil and costs of this voit. (iveni under my lland Ihll first day of July, Ijro.1. C. 'IA I.(, 14 Joustiu'e of the Pecel. ALIAS SUIMMONS. In the Jiustice's (lurl, T'owii'it of1 South lallte, ('County of Silver Iltw, State of Montaall,. Cornelius Taylor, Justice of the Peace, M. S. Felishman & Co., na orpuration, plaintiff, vs. Charlea irawin, drefndaii. 'he state of Mlonlltanla idila greetin to ('Charlea Ilrown, dlefenlildant above named: You are hereby required to appear before itet in iy office at No. 718 E'iast Fronlt street, towluhill of South Illlte, county of Silver HIow, and slate of Montana, on Monlday, the 7tlh day iof July, A. I). t9o3, at 9 o'clock a. m., and answer the conmplaint of plalintiff on file In an action to recover of you the sunr of one hundred anld seve'nty-one and no*.oo dullars for goods, wares anld nmerchandise sold and delivered to you by plaintill at your ltpeelal request. And you are hereby notified that If yon faill to appear atld answer the said complaint as ahove required, Judgment will be taketn against you nccording to loie complaint and costs of thisa suit, Given unider my hand, this .at day of July, goj. C. TAYLUO , Justice of the Peale.