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EDISON'S NKW MOTOtt. NEW L!GHTS IN ST- PAUL'S' A M K II C EN A II Y SUITOR Invention Will Give Renewed Im- petus to AutcmoDue luicnines. Tart of F.leetrlc Plant la Vimnil'ffil I tuition t K.hfUrai lulnllt-d lull lard lor First Timr. Y liar it I'e-rfrrlk Morut Halter? h Itli Mill I'ruiifl ehiele I OH Mil- Ulrr timr lloaila Without Hr hnrulnB. Thoni..- A K-"-'-a l u arn-.unced that he .- Iw.: the ti.m;i now conf r! t :: . .rit m . !'!' manufacture r. The r, r i...- .-): i.vti ;"- elet trio battery ui ;.-h "'. rut. a n :i m int l.i hi v m. 'v r.-a.'- at lilirli sliced A prial view of the electric light- ; ire of Si. Paul's cathedral at J.i::n, i which has been in course 'f in-talla tint: fr three years, was jjfren to re-eiitati i f the press t lie il-iv Tin- unrk is lit. I n'l coitm! ami it t estimated that it I vt-ar before it i finished, right hun j "tired of the I.-'"." lights are yet t he; j ii;ici'tl iu tii iin. The main features are c.irpicted. However, ami iin-v ; British Peer Aivertfses for Ameri can Wife With Money. ! Attorney for laa reLe Aid of the ret- .tmeriraa 4 onaal (iraeral. Who j , Hrlinkm the Hriinril ae aa Af- ' . tlM I'm..... n M. s M will lie a ,e mi r :.vj! 10t which i battery r can ; be it -g '' ' I'lii mobile clil.e odor, af .' lii.n Vf' . 1. ng with l! ma lie ' most :.v !.. "I V.nv lem." - ' nii'i'-w in .:,'? . vv r.-a. : .'lit reoh: ie- I'l'I I-.-. N..i :::.n :;." n i re i g. ami r. ' 1 an : ny i . w Imilt e- v it li.'Ut Th. 1 a' v ; 1 -V l'M a d .11 : 'es ant o- t i n inn- i--. iv i" h.-ttt nrv in the p in 'raere M't'it!.'.-. ail"'. I-. :i! I i.t what Im have .r .ph.- comprehensive idea of the scheme The electricians have MiccccCei! in nial.it the cathedral light without gari-hne. The west portico is liirht- , .i lo iv it iiitin.ise nrlislie hr..ie ' ., .... ... ii..- em ma.ter si a 11 . a l lis a in i i ur un t r oi n . ;-....... it . .i. . u .i .... .. ..l..l.t or.. .. ,.,. .,, II ,.. c o r .... . ..... Miiv. Viiy: a;,nMrmhxy l, !lr Sir: ,.r...ie p. i.oanis. ..nr . , . ...;,, t ,!,. 1,,, ..vhe.l me if I knew ! an American l.nlv of tncaiis anil social "Wanted An American to sell one of his countrywomen for S.MI jruineas. - Sueh i- the ten. .r of a letter received at the I'nilei! Suites consulate in Lon don. Hen- is a copy of t he letter which Kirhiinl Weleutt. net int eotiv.il pen eraj. sn. eil the eorr'epoin!ctit : I'larenilon ii Hep.-t ((Mi! ami moi!- Iit.iivlit ami solil on coin- mission). ITt New llonil street. I.nnilon "W'lin 1:1 1 Jo " alert . ' every t 11 v a'tV '"The pa v a i' i re!ia''. of 111 e i' per (' v in the people tonio'..r 1 the j. lie so 'i "1 h. thnt w. lm-iiies. cttrale. that iv : the I The t livery v f uln r s Tll.'l! ei.e a . . M. 1 TTinliit "The v. formed, osre ene- weijrht r .re-'ii .! t VV. ir-e, can a IT Ve pr..l.- .,(., "Hi. i- riL-ht '-t-e!n e t. niv . h !cl I'll- vv : v an! ! he l'ea 1' !.. 11' ..slat! n.!-r; !ih- v. 'I . v are ll I' i;. t t ' e'r ow v nn- .-!-! ti e ! "i rt c.'T ich. l.nt il vv !'i tint Win I. ren .' y, r't !!!.' .f nc- iSh av r it si riet 'v .: to ay was file eleelt'V . 't V e.n.il-liy i:.l purpose, l.r. pel a'! ile- in ihe transvpls. I he iloine its. it is not finished. It i proposed to place ::i'0 I'L'ht in the positions occupied by the old j:as jets. The liennty of the exhibition lay in ; the chancel. Here there are si p.! bras pemlalits;whieli. it is said, i were aeeit'cntally tim.le in the shape of j eiovvas. in aiiiiition lo nrinj;iii out the details of the carved oak in the choir by means ..f concealed up4 nrticd lamps, ihe lii'ht also brings out soft ly the trlories of the mosaics of the vanll in the most effective mnmier. The choir, aisles, en t ranees, consist it.V court and whispering? trallety arc not yet completed. The li?htinsr of the crypt in the basement is completed. The architect encountered great dilliciilties in pierrinsr the walN and Moors so as lo avoid the tomli. Some thing like Id miles of cable, cotitain iny .'' .',. tons of copper, have been used thus far in the work. .1. Pierpoitt Mor ran. who pays for the installation, has seen the chancel and expressed his sat isfaction w ith it. The cost of the work already amounts to $",0 000. Mr. Mor gan hiis aa reed to pay the r..nno nec essary to complete it. Largest Mao in the World. Iwin Wilkin, the larcest man in th world. whotM home was in Eniil, i Okluluoi;i. tliel in a Cliicajro liot-pi- talonthe 10th hint, where he had jronef irineilical treatment. Wilkiiis wan 2! Tears old, S feet and 2 inc'-e tall, weighed :5t'.. pounds, wore n H hat, n 24 ehoe and all glove. He measured ."s inches around the chest and ."2 inches around the waist. He ha 1 been ou continuous exhibition since 1SS8 and had made several trips around the world. His death was caused from a swelling in his head, which Iteoan six mouths ugo while on exhibition in Hiiroi. lie came to the home of his utrentsnt Knid for rest, thinking that hewould recover. His ht'ud, however, con tinued to swell, until both eyes were , .i - - j t. : closed, tie was lanen iu nicHgu . . I dtuU.i.i1istd l.nt uiiei'imilMiil under nil wrr. will! "-- - tipcration. 1 lie imivnts of the giant are of medium size. It is the lieliif of scientists that his abnormal growth was a disease and his death a conseiiv.enci At the hospital a special led had to be ordered for him. and before the hud v could lie forwarded tohishome, that n special casket had to lie construct ed. It was nine feet m length and live and one-hall feet wide. A ring Wilkins wore on the little finger of the left hand was large enough to permit slipping a half dol jinny, oilers J.v) irnineas ( t:...'n) to r through it. Wilkins hud beeti ou anibiiion wilUn? lo iii.nrx an Knplish peer ol li ii; li niliK. niic.iiie-aen. on. niiiiiO'le and haiiilsomc. w id childr.-n "Mf cotirsp it wett'd be a mnrriajre of mutual convenience, the lady eoiitrib ntiiiy a certain amount toward the Ikeepii i;- up of the family estates. The 'lady may be a widow, but she must I be of pood repute not a divorcee. "I am aware thai I have no claim to address you on this matter, and I be? von to pardon the liberty I am tnkinir In doitiir so on the assumption you know, perhaps, a lady to whom the position in iiesi!oi may be accept able or that oii have a friend willinj.' to assist In liniMtisr what is required for a eoiisi !i ration. "M client, who Is ju'tipff fur third nnvmii' w hose assistance may Icndtoa sin .sfiil issue of ihe purpose in view TO HAVE WIRELESS LINE. i .. .-il n . ..'fv w" n.av r-f- fro rrn.er. evv w ;,; -r., t' p -phere of it s 'irl'rrltel. T am contiVert I vv 1,1 soon uiier- l .-rs f .r rity work." ;;:'.. -r. eei-retary of the Auto, 'h of 'i'-rii,n. sari: i-',v m:- -l.'re. .v far as I nni In- cr.-ii'v increases the stor ey am1 decrease the total !h vehicle. At present elec- "Should you desire any further i c tnil on the subject 1 shall be happy to hear from you. In any ease. 1 hope you will kindly eotte this intrusion on your valuable time. Yours faithfully. F. t.e N'ofinanil." Mr. Westcott was naturally indig nant at beinsr the recipient of such a letter. "Persons with titles t need not expect to make the I'tilted Slats consulate n elearinir house." he said. "I should like It understood I re sent such a proposition as a deliberate OLD PEOPLE, ts, i ,,;. tti svmnathv and attention which thev deserve. Their ailments are regarded as purely iin r tiatnrat and unavoidable at their time ol life." Disease and infirmity should not always beassoci- ...j :. t,i Tti. nf the prav haired erandsire may be as bright and the complexion as fair as any ot V, nis younger ana more vigoioua .uu.. Good Blood I tho secret of healthy oldmge, for it regTdate MdSSSf SS I 5t of the body, strengthens the "." muscles elastic and supple, the bones strong and the flesh firm bt jtai this life fluid is polluted or poisoned and loses its nutritive, health sustaui. ing elements, then there is a rapid decline of the vital in premature old age and disease. Any derangement of the JA"2 shows itself in an ulcer, sore, wart, tumor or some growth upon the body, and rheumatic and neuralgic pains become almost consUnt.Vccompanied wiUr poor !S! ea. -t S. CD. O. uemg puicijf . " best blood purifier for old people. It does not shock or hurt the system like the strong mineral remedies, but gently and thoroughly cleanses the blood and .t.-mnintra. the debilitated onrans. when all bodily - . 1 1 1. t t. ailments disappear. S. S. S. is just sucn a ionic as o a Improve a weak digestion and tone up the Stomach If there is any heredi tary taint, or the remains of some disease contracted in early We, &. S. & will search it out and remove every vestige of it from the system. Write us fully about your case and let our physicians advise anonelp you. This will cost you nothing, and we will mail free our book on blood and skin diseases. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, Atlanta. Ga. exhibition in all of the larger muse ums in Kurope and America. He nr rived at Hoboken from Hamburg, February 20th last, thence home to permanently retire from the exhibi tion field. The funeral services of the dead giant were held at Wuukoinis. Okln- homa, on the afternoon of the Tilth, under ihe auspices of the Flks, Knightsof Pythias and Odd Fellows, of which orders he was n member. To Protect Xcgroes. Springfield, 111., July 10,-Uovern-or Yates received worU this moiiung that negro oul rages hud been re peated in Saline county, around Kldorudo. The governor has in structed Assistuui Aojutaiit licnerul FiWurt to prom t! with sixteen mm und one ottuvr from Alt. Vernon to thut county und rcmaiu until the negrcM-8 ure sale. t arbonuale dispatch says a uiobuf armed men went to the borne ol the llev. 1'eter lueeu, pastor ol the Afri can AlethoUist chinch at Fldorado and otiened fire when the pustor de clared lie would not leave. Oreeu returned the fire with u shotgun and it is rumored that one white muu wus w ounded. f1! lliniatiin ' nvery t' tht f"";"T trie maehires are hampered. by the im mense m"?. r weig-ht. They are also at fault because they must be re charsred at least every miles. Mr. Edison ha nvrrpome this. I under stand, ar.d lias jylven a preat boost to the nuti mobile world." "Yes." said Mr. Morse, a well-known lawyer of P.oton. who vva present, "it Is certainly a prievotis Insult. Ymi violate no confidence In publishing it. I am father of foiirdatiffhters. and per should take fjreat pleasure In wrlnjr Ing It." " Laxative Bromo-Quinine twu th ramady that mr a eolil In eM da W0ULD WED AN APE. Minister Tells (iirl Crailunte What Is Pre I em I. If lt VlnrrylnK t ., Iteftirm a'.Mnn. 1 I "Pefore form him. to (lev clop," of r.iiltiiin'te mill marry a man to re .n!.! sooner wed an ape lid l!ev. 1'eter Aillsles, a minister in the Chris tian church, in addressing the pradn- at ii'.ir ciii-s ..f ll-i n:i!t. li Female eollepe I.eNtii'jt' n (Ky.) opera-house e r af .' I ' 1 1 ' 1 1 u. e. i.-i-1 e.l of ouii? women la.'es throiiirhotit the south. I - f v. :;!i !. v i ck raisers and lln.liieia Men if lnskn Territory Are AsUeil to S.il.scrllie sao,ni to l'.HtulilUu It. The people of Alaska are liein' - asked lo interest themselves iu wire less telegraphy. In its last issue the tkaguay Alaskan says: Wireless telegraph propositions for Alaska are .-inning thick ami fust. Cine was submitted to the chamber of commerce Inst night,, etna uat ing from the Alaska Wireless Telegraph company, of Seattle, liouert L. .Moore, manager. It asks the business men of southern Alaska to subscribe $20, (loo to the undertaking, to be re turned iu telegraphic service at the rate of $3 per aerogram of tea word.; and ten cents per each additional word for transmission between northeru and southern terminals. "Tl.u il.ttrMil tin I. ui riot ions lire to be paid when the line is in working C(Mlntrv is found in the detailed state- acc-pt 53,000 for the 1G0 acres, if utomuuioo tyvy to tny ptaienger repre- order. If any competing compiiu.v nient of conimeree for the month of gome coiupuuv tlesires 10 purcuase n " - l . .1... .Mm ........ ...nu is, to I ...... i, .1, ..ilk . ... rrii. :. ..,. - JAS. UOJiUMLt., ,..,.. . i.s. iu.d ....... v,...., ... i 'prii iiiivi uit im iimu..i.t.iu...s. as II BpecUlallOU. i.nis IB me uiofc Ans'tiieB'lPtei'r Agt. April, jusi .sMir.. ii.s- ...u.m.., ni.1itiouro th 8 town aud the lots Km... Ciiy, Mo. bureau of statistics, it snows mux , . will be in uemuuu, biuit mciuuuu She Will Sell "Claim Xo. 2." Lawton, Oklu., July 17.-.Mrs. C. V. 1'ayne, who was up to Yedues dav evening Alattie Helen Heal, when snnnllv I feel If 1 pet the originator of gn(, -ulirried Mr. Tayue at Wichita, m-h a proposition by the neck. I , teWranhed here thut she will auction off her farm, beginning i utriiat 1 o The so railed farm is an imtit At? rwrmtOAr.lf MPKT. . t t..i.. tion, aiom tn un or (inw Byxem, per- uuu wj. i-its-s s .s-.s,- -. I ndGltlOU XO liUl.UU MIIJK JUfv vv l. th. cnv.rnmMit hundred vards SOUth of the town atld Sale beglni July'th, continuing nnUl July has been laid off into 4oG lots, fifty J2 JJ While the lots Will De wiaonjuiy8th, good to return nntll July is, n.ll-lKi.u IUu iiiratux atuuk wl iwt at my baibdtblica IIUl lOk Ul AUUfl, l.liUUUM kuuui ui .uuuuuMi uu uuoi'l ruau auuat-a u.iiv toiaboi oe'uvtt. i-n.ciijil.uu k. u I sUiniev; KltuiiO I coal Ixkvft, iuti) biMU k.u km iul nw ut iu jiauua inkii i.u ui- h i.feuuu i(s. .uuitua, m a uiwi Uy UtL- ...tti IILpulifU Ullsvi I1UU. opfeiU, blUUftUbbUs,WUt.l CW., LiJ CUtollL iA.UUarU. lllV Until v, l.lliiw nab .sl uu. ui mu lll.pui'W-u 4 acft kuu mm. Miit.u. uin vvuini uj a. tiittt, Xyikiksbuia. -uu. a uus.it iiuuu ill iw at pi ai lli aauia laun-, iiii.i; o Iu insure tim. uitikuu anil luck, lilt' liiUbl) ! uuv MucU ltU l ibkisli. IbVilUil Will klkliu kOUU lUi IMU ttfeavu. iler kt-rVlOM Uk Ocob IsbUl il'U ku Ufav bt-illli,, UteUltlS or 'kUUUi iU illltUVl li.kAU lUill't. IbbUAfcUbtl auu IllUllf) IliU.I UV I'hiu. Ibut uu Ulltl t breU Uktlk 111 UlCklklBut .Vile. 1.11, tilt pi 1.1k l.tUH vtbU Uka lUipurUHl I1U1U ,-liklU. lUV UtU.U WllU UkblUlUAcU uuk jack atu vss.il (ut k vtitu loa iu.u uu luua.ul ut-iu iu tuiiuui Uk.a. iuii tunic ui .uiyui'ieil aluvk la ul'lliuUktialtU 0 lUti lkl.1, IliktulucUtin ul itiuruuHUint-u t-kbbiu tit.ut.1 atuvk w m.wy up IUu urceu ui ilitii' ueiua. iiit-tueik kUuum cuiuv i-a.iy iu lliu luuitiiitk or iktc iu iUk vveu lu. - Dtttlll McDAMEL. A Must Liberal Utter. Aiioui ium.il ntiutis sbouiu tuk taUvamiMtiuiil the uijpit-ccuiiili'iJclub- l)o not overlook the First Special Sale of Town In nine illffrrent town In the Creek MannfartarliiK Intereata Repreaent ed More I.ariti-ly Than Kver In Our Imnorla and K porta. leet by 190 ..1,1 at Riictinn to the hiltheet bid- and on July 17, good to return until July 27, A good deal .if encouragement to p,1Vi,o ntnten tht, she will 1W2, Thewl na. n mde the inanufactiiring interests of the Mer, Mrs. layue states tnat sue wu i BleWy Dy iHen,llng lbe,eitlei, ,-orfuriher at the the ml The. from . tlaiisrhi. da u! i J The litter ?i to the ; opinio?! ter. II pretty niatiini. ; ill LT t hi in I a hiisi'M i would i e xir.in.n 'A meet the rate and recoup 1 lie sun scribers at the lowest rate. The com pany will, moreover, redeem their subscriptions tit the premium of ten per cent, ott tlietr rates, ine cou pons will be transferable, and the line is to extend from ilritish Colum bia. toiichinL' nil the larger Alaskan manufacturers' materials formed one- i" w.'" "y"1""' " 7 Order ol rubheatiou. half of the importations during; t lie overlooks tue iowu iiuu m j 8tatE o AiisuoUKi, i month of April, and in the ten months ne Watiou lor a residence portion. x-uumy u. formed over l(i per cent, of the total; . , t . jne jt iu the ,uarket De- fore the usual fourteen months, Mrs. inr ii.t-mi. ... ....... - - i towns, to Valdes. The line is to be rrnt. f the total exports, against 211.13 Payne had to puy ijfl.bOvl. Had she completed by eeember." RATS DESTROY COMMISSION. and for the w,.ited until October the land would have cost her Jjfu'UO. Ii;n i !! LT.' fewer slateitient caused a . u hieh tina'l.v spread There is a cixisioii of advice i f l he minis- i rt aken to adv ise the ;ite- on the subject of In L-an by admotiish- n-t h.astilv in selecting lYclared that there t.-ars shed after the , was taken after due RELICS OF THE STONE AGE. ltf. Itee.lk nn.l cuter 1 1 I I tnvv li. I'nrtj- of Nallvea l)l--nients In I. arse asl.inKton. While prospect ing for cupper on the shores of I'rince TA'illiani.soiiml. Wash ington. Prof. Leeds and a party of na tives discovered .1 large cavern in which thev found 14 wooden canoes, each canoe containing a body. Stone Implements were found beside the bodies, and stone slabs covered the en noes, everything indicating that the bodies had been placed there during the stone nge. . ' The find proved as mysterious to the natives as to Prof. Leeds. Their tribe hn- inhabited the shores of Prince William socml for centuries, yet they had never heard of the cave, or of the people interred there. Prof. Leeds did not dlstrul. the bodies, and carefully marked the locution. An expedition is being organized by Oapt. St.. rev. of the Alaska Packers' association, to thoronghly explore the cavern. Vol n Pnnnlar Diet. Locu-is a- diet are only to be eon sulered toler:.!.!.'. of eour-c. with the wntlerst.ir.iVnflhnt they shall be of the variety that nppcar only once in 17 rears, say the Chicago Inter Ocean. Most " pi". hvvcver, would prefer the TO-vear kin''. I.leol. Dlnniimt. Serving In the I'blN liili.ea. l ulls to t.el Ills I'upera llecnuse of Ito.lenta. Adjt. Cell. Corbiu has received a package iu the mail from the Philip pines which when opened revealed a tattered and shredded parchment. It represented the remnants of a com missi, ui issued only u few months ago to Lieut, liinniont. who was recently appointed an officer in the regular army. lien. Corbiu was asked for an explanation of the mutilated docu ment." K nr .-Hi e Tepl reth-atr he-care-fully folded the commission out and inspected it. A ttraiige feature was that while the rodents had eaten into the sides and upper and lower corner, thev had not destroyed a single por tion of any of the oflicial signatures. President lloosevelt's was in the lower right-hand corner, Secretary lloot'a opposite, and Gen. Corbin's in the up per left-hand corner. Around each name, however, the rats had scalloped Kilncule uur lluauu ...... itararetl. Canfiy Cathartic, euro constipation forever. IUO.sOO. 11 V. V- V. Ikll, suukft.BwtGiuuvt Hivyvf. THE BABY AND THE BKIGANDS per cent, in April. 1901 ten months ending with April. Wi thev formed ."i per cent, of the total exports, as compared with. 27.40 percent, in the currc spousing months nf the nreceiling fiscal year. The total value of manufacturers' materials im ported in the ten months ending with Anril this xear is .:HS.fl.-i7.llCl. as asrainst $-JM).M)1.407 in the correspond in- months of last venr.-nn increase of $ii7.S5.i.fio4. or 24 per cent. Kxports of manufactures, it will be observed, are nearly overtaking those of last year, .. ' .- .i.- l. . f .,:i 1 ....ors. iii tbu .In v xlcl lure s. IS ver- auuiueant uuarter or section iweniv- tne gain in .nr .., s . , x w u In iuwnanip furty-lwo t) ol range being $t..".ni.0nn over April. V'Ol, while tmly the liest part BO tur ol this eX- Huny-onel); mat lue plaiuiiu la uuaule xo for the ten months the total value o trttordiuury uurrut,ve. It IsdeVOted ZrJlynnJZZXZ Z7a K manufactures export ed falls but , 5 , r,r.ilr.,rM TsolL-n'aT theynre togetBerentitieu to atfTiuuividt-a In the cireult court, Juueterui, lltirJ.Joafphine nuepucru piaiuuu, va juuu eoipuer.i, .via.y un lapscoix, UeurgebUi-pht.ru, Kale bar in, -nary a. uouwin, ucliaiu f euep- tit ru, a una t uiv cj ami lue unknown beira ul Kiuuey stieput-ru, ueleuuauu. Order ut Cublicaliou. Now at thia nay come Uie plaintiff herein by her aiturney, jaiuea i . suuueiu, ami niea Uer aiueuUeU peutiuuaud aitioavii, ailegiuc, amuiiK uiUt-r inil.a lukl ueieuuaiila, uie lieiia ul n.iu- ney SueplierU. UeceaaeU, are uuknuvtu to tUia plaint U kua lor luai reaauu lueit uamra caniiot ue maeritju iu piaiuuu a peuuuu. n Dereupou II laurucreu l Uie uuur iu lerin tuue ibat aaiu ueleuuauw be noliueU by puuiicauun lual piainlin Una coiiiiueuceu a auu kgamai xueiu iu iuia court, me uujeci auu aeneiai nature ol wuich i to outaiu a uecreeiu partmou, accord ing lo Uie renpecuve luiereau auu rigUU ol lUe partlea 10 luia euit, ut the lullowiug UtavriUed real eaiate lyiug and being auuaia in the coun ty of hale auu alate ui Aiiaauuri, ueacribeu as lolluwo, xo-wii: lue normweat uuarter ot biny -oiler we lliis ) eur luuke, which lntiuucs wuti i tile puper Tiie Live Mock iuuictiior, us sieciui t ui luers' lusiiiuie humous tm a ine louitry i-ttlUiel-. Ibeee Itilee pUOllcUUons ure the best, ot their class auu siiould be iu every lariu nouie. 'lo llieui we auu, lor local, county and general news, our own paper, ana make tut price of the four one year only 1.25. iNever belttre was so iuucu superior reading matter ouereil lor so Binall an amount ol money. Tiie tnree pa pers named, wincli we club wan our r own, are well known throughout the West aud commend tlieuioelveo to trie reader a iavorauie aiteuuiou up on mere mention. lt Live Stock Iudicator is the great agricultural aud live stock paper ot the Vt est and Southwest; The i'oultry Farmer is the most practical poultry puper lor the larmer, while llie Special Farm ers' Institute Editions are the most practical publications tor the promo tion of good funning ever published, lake uuvunttige ol this gitut ofter, us it will hold good for a short time only, buiuplea of these papers may be examined by calling at tnis office. 5 bin Miss Stone in McClure's for July Miss Stone's third puper ou her ex periences with brigands, Which up- Ihe .oulhweal quarter ot aecuuu twentj-ttve .jici lcnicH im u bu. , r na nonUeaet quarter ut the ...'ii 1. ..!.,, r.. llik pnTM. tuiH.'J -v ' upe-Kieuiu luiofctt v., iu auu hu kit aaiu real jj.-1-u... n V m hi., ,! tbw KV-ents ot the tirst weeks I estU anu thai unleaa ine aaiii unknown heira tponding months of lust year. Mann- baby and tne exeuis oi ineursx weeKs i( (iia Kinney 6tl).pnerUi aeceaaea, d and factures formed eonsidet atny more 0f us Uie lu cupvivuy. u m a nvorv yi""" ,ul'"",l" ,u ""'". w than one-third of the exports in the 1 , . . . iv ., n ulullll could write, aud I cm oi butur..vio, in aiUcouni.ontne luh dav month of April, having formed 36.54 I mibb &ione has written it no one 'nJltSS per cent, of the total, against 9.0j cau n unmoved. aaid cause, the aame mill be taken aaconleaaeU ;n nr!l it.ini while for the .. . l,,,,,. ulnr. I and judgment will be renderea accorainnlv. ...... ... -., -, -- jjicx-iuie o, uuntKi, a...UJO And ilialuruiet ordered that a copy uereof ten months the percentage wnicn man- w lt8 vhv Mlivrt aua ttt be pubUaned, accoruing t law, in ui Builbji ufaetures form of the total exports ia . ,h arUcle ,0 the Btartliuur !"L!;,11"8 f "ew"p.Bplr. ?b""w! Ll?. "La . . a ! l I wuuii wa Mtmwm iui IVU1 V cgaa BijaJCBfii Vlll W higher than in any preceding year ex- -. tual m tue August pubhahed ai leaat once week, the last inaer cent 1900. 'I'a.lbn huraiilf will tll "on to Ixat leaat urteen day belore the ra . I Ll 11 Ui UT-1 .m o. a -' ----- riiv ft! it d ntt Nnvmlwr uvm nr Ihlt Mn.. name, nunncr, .,. "'-;"-- .177-7777 t., Kt.orv of the cOUllUtr Of the "little ' A. B. LU JwiCn.7 Ureal t Clerk! the paper to a deptn oi tnree anu iouc . gALON M.LJJAL5 IU AluHKlVvAilO I " , w - A true copy from the record. VWtneaa inches. A new commission has been executed and will be sent to Lieut, l'in niont by the next return mail. ungauxl. I )ul m) band and aval of lb circuit court 111 u I oi naieacouuiT, una lai uar oirfuiy. We look into a crauie anu uenoiuai ao-xt wuit. jj. biuniva, circuit uierk, NEGROES WANT MILLIONS. Miaa Mary SheparU f.reen, oi new York, and Olnern Wla Honora ,,,.., At llie Ulte Of 10 Ue 18 d at I'arla. L-., u.iti. io.ii tliH tuitions off his "",CV . " . : . pants and holes iu ins pot-Keis; auu Afro-Americana Would Hare Con-1 atreaa tilve Them SSiMi.o,.o,(oo to Tar for Deportlna; the Rare. The Colored Kmigration and Com mercial association which was in session in Chattanooga, Tenn., tinnn- imoiisly adopted a memorial praying congress to appropriate $.VM),iiflU.Ouii Notice ot Final Settlement. Nolle la hereby given to all eredltora. and Among the American recipients ot io & Myll lu tt put suop, with an S":. make term ot i ttalea Iwlonw t he reauuices ol Hie COUUirv, I oountv. Btalaol Mlaaourl. to ba neltl at BuUar. ond-x lass medal for lier picture ot iu ;Jd eUluemu,a and Worn out; atoU MJaaourl. on in. iiw aay of Auguaw a. u. young woman reclining on n cone. curl)1Je ,u a 'cheap COtllU and nis Aaminiairator. only resources are a wasuiugxuu v i bund press, a w i u Q. Fmfti lype auu u Duwov..F ..',.. Notloa la hereby gUaa lo art creditor and , , .. t," .,., c Uv... r r' ,, . ktlnaioa, deoeaaed, mat 1, k B Campbel Tans Milon medals are Miss Mary eje jor meunness; at 2o tne pubUsU- minlaxraioroi aaid eaiate, intend to Shepard (ircen. of New York, a pupil er of H ueWBpulH,r, engaged in pub- "'.U ''V of linphael tollin. who jfcts a see- llBtl,K me resouices ol Uie country; county, stale oi Mlaaourl. W ba ueli at A Most Liberal Oiler. The St. LouiB Mirror is a twenty eight page paper, in magazine lorm, edited by n illiam. Marion Keedy, as sisted by a staff of contributorecom prising the best writers and literary authortties onrall curreutsubjeet8, aiu'iut rpho-inuu nii citiK.. n I , o , uu""u'l literary or artistic. The Mirror is a weekly review of men and affairs; a treasury of short stories and good poetry; a paper in which the best books, best plays and best music are ably reviewed, aud all topics of contemporary interest are given careful attention. It is the up-to-date paper lor the merchant. t.h teacher, the professional man. the' student, the politician, as well as'for woman and tne borne. If you will send us 10c, in Bilver or stamps, we will mail the Alirror to your address for ten weeks. ThitMihbok, St. Louis, Mo. read ing a novel; I.awton rarker, a third-class medal for his portrait of Mrs. YV.. of Pittsburg standing; with her back to a mirror, which reflects lrxiin from Mont Peter. Mont IViee vvn- l.fMMl feet higher be fore the erupt;, n than it is now. says the Chicago liecord-llerald. Mont Telee. however. -i not the first thing that has lowered Itself by too much blowir.g. ' Chinese Fear Ilala. The Chinese, according to Pearson' Weehiy. fenft rain, believing that tut I ruin j'x:V bjf4-T'rpin... . to deport such negroes as desire to ller hair and shoulders; and Miss leave the United States to Africa or Mary K. Hickson, of St. Louis, who some other country. The memorial J8 undergoing a serious surgical oper- is addressed to the president and otion, gets a third-class medal for her members of congress. picture of a mother teaching her The convention pointed out the al- child to read. leged wrongs, of the negro, asserting that he is not granted the rights of a human being in this country, especially In the ninth; that it ia better for him to emigrate to some othereountry where he can enjoy more freedom. Bishop Turner, of the African Meth odist (.hure'li. is ihe leadinggpirit of the emigration movement. Plans are now being considered by the convention to There were no first-class mrdi.U given this year. Themedal of honor, as already cabled, went to -Josepn Bail for his Chardin-like picture, "The Laeemakers." Several of the finest pictures were sold in the Lutz sale, including "Lago di Garda," by Corot. which fetched $51,000, and D'Aubigny's "Ranks of Oise," a small canvas a little larger raise a fund of $100,000 with which to than the cover of a cigar box, which buy ships on which negroes are to be I brought $12,000 and will aoon be sent trained to a tea life. . 1 to 'ew lork. Bullet. Miakoun. on me Urn day el An. A 0..19VK. . - - a. A. AtcUaMfcL, - .34-11 ' Adminlairator. ! Executor's Notice. liuuies Ot oUU delinqueut. SUUSCliuers, othera InXateated ia in aalale ol Florence ....... in.u in. mho iioircll mist U1S COI-1 soawell. deoeaaed. that 1. 8 A McDanul aU- ..w ..ut "r r i nunikirator. ol aaid eatala. tnienu lo make tin sa Villi:, "lie WUS a puulic spirited nn1 tuiement ot aaid ealaie attna next leliow but he jUSt COUldu't save any- ol the nalea oouniy f roual. ooun, la leuuvt uui i "c juov baleaeoumy, axaxacl Miaaoun. lobe held at llllll, LJA. Father Now Insane. I'niont'itv. Tenn.. July 17. lion. I 11 M..1 1. ... ..I I t l.u at avIIHLIir. n liu o.ll. ituutinuit t-"- - ' - - -. .... , . . , , ... . .. was compelled to shoot "is insane mvnMryBpoilUienuteo(UoaelarJ(lieU(,tr. ro.iur.luv in fir. if r to BllVe tUe I deceaaed. nave been an anted to the underalitn- " . . . .1 if ail. by uw Bate oouniy probate court, in Bates life Ol Uimsell Jiua Wlie, is uiuibcu m- comuy iitaaourl, bearlnf daw the lath day of imtip to da v. He seems to believe June a. o., lmm sane io uaj. n "ee" peroni having claims against aaid estate that he has killed LIS SOU. lUewne .r-reuuiredtoexhiuillhein WnieJorallowanoa and mother IS also prostrated With within one year frora the data of aaid lettera. . or they may be precluded from any beneot of grief. such estate, and if aaid elaima be not exhibited . labln two yeara from the data of tho public- Haw An lwr axMaea-a f Uon of tola ttotlca, they will be forever barred. Administrator's Notice. Botlcs la hereby gl yen, that letters of admln- uf.VTJ'".? 1" naeie. "1 ha eatateof William M. tinaga, deoeaaed weregranled w the underslgued on tne 17ih day oi April IWl, by tUe (irooaie court ol Hates eounta' aliaaourl. ' ' ah persona haying elaima agalnal said es tate, are required to exnlblt them tor allow ance to .tne sdouulauaiiix wuniu on year alter tho dale oi aaid lettera, or they may be precluued iroui auy beuent ot aaid eetaxei and li aucn ulkima be not exhibited wuuln two yearairouiineuateol lh.a publication, they will bs loreyer oarreu. ' 20-41 With will annexed. Aonilniairalor. Notice. Notice la hereby given that letters of admin istration with wlU annexed upon the estate or toenryLuisenblter, deceaaed, nave been arant. edto the undersigned, by the Kates County erobaw Court, in Batea County, Miaiwuri bearing date the Villi oay ol May A u lS AU persona having claim, against aaid estate are required to exhibit them lo me for allow, ance wiibin one year from the date ot said leu ters, or they msy be precluded from anTbene. i?w.,-c,i ?u"' n0 u J4i"1 1'n be notsx! niblted wilhin iwo yeara Irom the dVte of tha publication of this noUcs, they win be fowvU E'aS?- . j , , !LLUlslNHlzi2rTW av-4t Administrator with wlU annexed.