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CAItLISLE'B ELECTION The o'cction of Mr. Ctulialo a Speak er I li e 11m so c( Eupres- ntutlvc U n twro ii d ration of tn Iff egl lull n nt thiK t-o-slou of t ong es l' 'ufrnlii fioni it would bo mere tiultles tempor izing, for the entile countiy would ccr a free trado party without the courage ol its conviction. It was so ideally the free trader In tho Democratic pnr ty who secured Carlisle's triumph that cvon cowardice cannot prevent notion upon the tariff . much as the weak kneed members of the Democratic househonltl may dcslic to avoid it Although Mr. Carlls'o was elee'ed distinctly as n freo trader, and with the vowed purposo of making t lie Democ racy a fro'e trade pnrtv, it is nut inipos flble he may desl. o to shirk the lsue. According to one or his friend-, Edg.r M. Johnson, Governor II alley's part ner, who Whs interviewed by a No.v York Tribune reporter, Mr Carliso a free trader in thooiy and a protection! In practice. No such shlby sh.Vly as this 111 bo tolerated, is he will soon discover. As a free trader ho was elected, and a free trader ho must bo. It h not oay to Imaglno unyt dug nioro rediculotn Mian a free trador in theory, who is a practical protectionist Absuid as i1 may seem, the Democracy is full of such. Hul it was tho free traders In theory who arc without prac tical ideas of any kind who fenced Cut lisle's election, and these will hold him to his doctrine in practice as v ell as in theory. And tho Domociatlc parly cannot cs c.ipo the freo Undo if sue any in. re tlum , can SponkorCa lisle. "Tho people who regard tho tariff a a kind of iiieades 'wont under' at tho caoe," na the Nuw York, Herald winch is fn e trade if it Is nnythi- g, "ami the pcipk- who regard It as a tux, and theiefoio to be made as ltlit as possible because it Is a burden borne by the people, are 'on top 1 " No, Mr. Carli-lo cannot escape the free Undo issue, and ho wi 1 find ii "on top," only to prove top-hem y .not only as far as ho Is concerned, but for tho Democratic party. In Hpito of Mr. Carlisle and of tho peoplo wh are "on top" in conse quence of Ills election, tne limit is a measles. Tho American people regard It no pq much as a lax as a protection. In this no-called "burden" they r-co the se curity of their indutrio-. Cautious Democrats have already taken tho alarm Tho New York Sun does not hesitate to call tho choice ot Mr. Cailisloa misfoituue. The Woild is frantically arguing that Mr. Car'ile can do no harm because tho lie. ubliean Frei-idcnt and Senate will not li t htm. The American people will not I o slow to learn what tho election f Mr. Carlii-lc means that It moans a blow at their industries. They will never consent to it. Wages in this country can only bo maininliit d by high larlir, and the wago workers are well awaro that tariff raductlon means a reduction j of wages. In spite of all this nmn-enso of which they hoar so much about the necessity of tax lofoitn, they are Rati fied to loavo well enough alone, and they will thank the Democratic party for the election of Carln-lo, becauso it teaches them that tho Domociacy means to tamper with their prosperity. I deny that the United States is a nation. J G. Carlse, In 1H76. CONGRESSIONAL. M. MAITLA.ND. Tho protracted meetWg at the E. church Is still progressing. D. A. Gelvin shipped five cars hogs and two of oattlo the put we k. El lor M dd oto'i cond ictcd the quarterly meeting at tno M C. ohiirch, Si u ml ay. Wo understand that Mr. Cnlvin of your city has somo idea of taking charge of the Commercial hotel Messrs Bariteau & Welch have o osed ii. .t -1 . . . inir eievuior on account of the crops balng so poor and feeders huybg all the corn tne.v can gut The Union Sunday tchnol festival was a (teeitled success. Mis Laura Grober won the prize as being the most popular young lady presi iu Minion & Burgess aie giving off an extra ten per cent, discount on ail Winter Goods. SKNATt! A ntomnrial win prccnted from Mex ican r tenuis unking pensions. Bills introduced! by Senator Hill, providing coinage by the branch mint at Denver. To prevent the unlawful enclosure of pub 1c laniii TDK HOrSE Bills Introduc d: by Mr. ().ite, re peaiinu the pto cmptlon laws and amending I ho homestead laws so that patents mas Is-ue aftoi tiiice years an tual o cupancr. Declaring l'iid granted certain rail roads forieitcd. By Mr. Roenerani, to prevent tin due discrliiilualloa in railway irauspor tat'un. Mr. Sumecr, to fix and establish max Inium iae ol fate lithe Union I'ael fie ntul Central Pai illc nil roads. The bill provides, af'et forty dys Horn the piss. i ye of i he act it will be unlalul for these companies to charge more than ihreo cents a mile for lint class passengers ; two sents lor second class and one and a ha f for thud claM. I By Mr. Ttilley, to decUe forfaited all land grunt in Ca Ifornla. I B Mr. Springer, imipu-dng a cnnsti ' stitutionai auicHdiuent prohibiting special legislation. By Mr. Bedford, to regulate railroad traffic. By Mr. Towns, to abo'ish postage on second ems-, matter nnd rwduce po-tage on transient new-papers. By Mr. Cobbtnecpia'ize pensions ;nl mo to prevent the hccrciary of the In tel lor from iisuin, patents t" laud grunts for the coiistiuotiui of nil mads when the road- were not completed in the time fixed by law. By Mr. Ilulman, to limit Ihe dlspo s il ot public lands adapted to agricul ture to nc'ual s. tilers under tho home stead laws. By Mr. Calkins, pionoslng a consti tutional amendment providing no statu pubdc or private cotpoiation, or poison shall deprive any utiz' n of equal pro tection of the laws, nor abiidgo his r-irlits. privi'n jrcs or immunities on ac count of raco, color or previous condi tion of servitude. By Mr Lowiy, repealing tho lltnita tion of tho timo of filing claims for pensions. B, Mr. Watfon. for the appointment of a commission to revise tho pension laws By Mr Cook, removing du'T on cer tain kinds of lumber and fenco waro. B Mr. Met 'ord, providing in case of rotnoval,dcath, re-iunatlon or lnabi tty of tho president or vice pn sident, the cee.ntary of state bo acMng president until an election is held. I)v Mr. Anderson, to provqst undue discrimination by railroads, nnd sub jeciing tnem to tho control of status ii1 der certain i Ircuinstances; t- ere ate a po-tal teleiaph sy tern; r snlu lion al Ing on the ieeretar of the in teilnr for information who' bar tho Union I'neifio has coniplitd wih t ho provisions ot the Thurmsn tct. By Mr. roteis, crantins tu nsloas to soldiers of tho rebellion when thoy reach fif'y ears. By Mr White, to lofscn crime and siiflerinc from alcoVoll-m by a reMilc tion in the use ol distilled spirits ex cept for scientific or medical purposes; also to permit a so'dier or sailor to ob tain In money value tho honnstoad to which they are entitled; a'sn proposing a constitutional amendment granting tho r ght of sutlrag to women; also appropriating $75 000,000 a ear for five pais to uid common schools. By Mr King, to equalize tli" pay'nf male and femalo employes of the gov ernmont. By Mr Blanclurd, to provide when terms of cogrcssmon begin and end, a'ld when congrs shall meet. The object of the lull is to have congress meet immediately after tho election of members ot a new congress Instead of THE J. W. Bailey Mercantile Co. HAVE JUST RECEIVED. New Cloaks for Ladies ranging from 9i.OO to $1S.00 oacli. Nuvr ( loth Dolmans ranging from $7 each to $10. Now Silk Dolmans rnrging from $'M to $76 each. New Cloth Uu'lan Clicnlars ranging Horn $10 60 lo $25.00. New Silk ltussian Circulars, l'latn and Btocaded. Now loth l'aletots at $10 00 to 826.00 each. New lti i eaded and ltadzlmero Silk Newmarkets. New Satin Lined Circulars, I'ur Trinrned. New Plush Sacques I run $25.00 to M ,00. Also a fe New t hnldro'i's Cloaks and Havelocks. If ton Intend buyl. g a Inter Wrap you cannot iifford to mis- thero bar aiHs. Fair Warning To AIL We have determined to close out our stock of SB L SKIN, FUlt LINED and KINK IMfOKTKD WUAI'S u soon as po-slhlo. and to do it sha 1 niune Mime vet low priciM tills veek if Von need a V Inter Wiap como non and not first choice of these grand bargains. We also oiler this week special uarga ns in nuo ueatiy units just nbout h .If price WE NOW DISPLAY. Novelties in Celluloid Toilet cts. Cwilu o d Dressing Comb- and Ilalr Bru-hes. Celiolold Ilat and Ciotlp s Brushes. New M tea in flush nnd Leatlier Hand Kn&s and Salcliola, New Designs In Plu-li Whi-k Broom Cases. Ki'ony (5i t and I l't-h f hotouraph l'r.unes. 11 He Kuibroi'lered flu h Tidies and Ta lo SearN, Late St. I'M in Lndiu ' Lace ami Mil I Kisclius. Novel ics In L:d:cs' l'tubroidei'lid, llemstitciie.d and flaiu Linen Co!la. Chll'lien's Collars In fopin ir St e.s Attractive Spccl.dlivs in Ladies' and Gents' Linen Handkerchiefs From this date for.vard we shall lie almost dally tccolvinz goods adapted or Holulay Gilts, wnich wo shall tako ploa'iirn in showing, f lease remeudiHr that our stole will bo kept open evoiy Saltir- day nlL'ht until a o clocl: tie j. w. mm i IT Fifth and Folix Sreet. ST. vTOSEaPIBC, OVER Twenty Thousand Dollars uits Alone. Cloaks I XT and S All leaders ot this paper vl-it'iig SI .loscph are csiiecinlly invited to examine our Magnificent stock of Cloaks and Suit-, now on sale. Over 60 different distinct Myles Cloaks for Ladles an. I Children, r .tntimr in price, from one d 1 nr and fifty cunts to two hundn d and fifty dollars. UtHsinn Circulars, foletots", New Markets, Jereoy Lil liws, Ulsters, d.ickcts and Dolmans in ltiliuito varioty. See our Ladies' Rubbur Circular, at $1. See our all Wool Cash mere, In colors und black, at 40c. Seo our Lonsdalo anu Fruit of tho Loom oiion, at 8 t-llu. Sus our Cotton anil Wool Dress Good, bright plants and plain colors, at a I So per yard. See our Merino Underwear, god quality, for Ladles and Grn lcmen, at 60o per earmcn'. See mi erb hargams in Black ami Colored SI. ks, from 76c to ?t per yaid, sold wi.h a guarantee as to oxcullction. Chambers, Mamey & Co. North Side Felix St., Bot. fltli and thM ST. JOSEPH, - - IMIO- 11 1 HAVE STILL ON HAND A VERY LAitGE STOCK OF CiotMns, Overcoats, Unlerwear, Fnralslg Goois, Boots, Si DRY GOODS and GROCERIES, In fact almost even thine in the (roods line, and as It is now lato in the season. proposo to name price- on every aitlcie in stock thai will speedily rentuvo the.nl as me mock must an go ny .January isi, I Make This Announcement in order that mv customers and nil who desiro any goods, may tako advantage of this ureal opooituniiy to nay in ilicii winter cuppuoH. All u..es ot goods aro very low. Ul m I which we carry In large quan ities, Is sold for less than it cost to mauuf.icturo It I would adviso all who deciru to tcuce next spring to buy wire now. Wo have placed laige orders, and havi information of an early advance. BEAU nsT thatifvou want anOVEHCOAP, AfAIItof BOO IN. A SUIT of CLOTHE". BAKU WIUE, or DRY GOODS in fin t, If you wan- soo :s of anv o'.nsa. you now have an oppoitun ty to bu what you want i.nil sivo at least 25 per cent. Our redncti"n will be made on nd after this date. All i;ools letaiuil at WHOLE thlttien months alter, amt provide hAt.b prices two mug si)MioHs of congress instead .if nna Innrv nnrt ttnm cilirirt mtaalnn o i I jr M A M k Ii W Mi M l.. A TAJJ .1 C WI VE B MI MR 1900 to 1910 Frederick Avenue, St, Joseph. Mo. m 4. fi i. t 9 icriminiH ivvuiiuu nirci'i vnv ijine. now. By Mr. Morse, repoalinff tho act for ho colnnco of standard si'ror doltais, SANTA GLAUS BLUFF CITY. - Miss Jnlta SchloUhaucr spent Snn day in St. Joseoh. .lohn Woods has been suffering 'the past woeh with neuralcia. C Sciilotzhauor nnd wlte are at tending i meeting at Otcgon this waok The Iowa Polnt'forry went to the bottom of tho river last Saturday, w th a load of sand. Mrs. Myers who has been confined to her bed for tho past fire weeks ,s able lo be up again. Died, Decomber 8th, of lyphold fevor, Columbus Tu tie. He leaves a wife and four children, ' The little daughtei of Mrs, Mun gon whilo viciting here fell upon a rock and inflicted an ugly gash in her fore h ead, Mr. Vinson, living in the notion, whn sustained severe injuries by jump Jng off a wagon last week, is net ex ported to live. ' A fire broke out In the Schlotzhnucr mill last Thursday night. It was dls covered tiy John Wood who gavo the alarm and in a sh irt time the flames wero extinguished, doing hut little ft a mage. 'TIS FOUND by all who civo Pan ford LI'ispns, at Forest City, a call, that ho has the most complete stocic ol over opened in southern Holt, and you wi 1 find liu is oneu fiom eulv morn until late at utgln, iead at all tunes to chow you ii miignlUcont .(no ol ies and Toys, 100 Men Can mako from 82.60 tu $5.00 per day ;ach If they are in need of ao Ove'coai and will buy of Million & Uurgosx, For at City, Mo. His ftock is laige an. I well selected for the cuson. nnd his mien, are so low. that you cannot tall to las in your Sanford Limpus, FQltCST CITY, MO WANTED ! A few good, stcadr, young or old men or boss boys with a muctnche prefered can find Nobby ults and prices lo fit 'em nt Mlnton & Burgess, Santa Clans on Mondav last left a our load of Candies at my slpip, with instirictlons to Be 1 Jake Llmpp, For est City. Cad at Graham & Frame's, Mail land, and seo their stack of nev eood- which the boys will show voo with p'eusuro, whether yuu wioh to buy or nut. A. Ao MelNIMCH, CRAIO. Dr. R. n. Smith wai In Kansas last weak. The oslabooan hod levjral ocoa pants this woek. Our grain marchnnti arsdouij; a big business, this woek. Tlir New York atoro U receiving goods almost dally. Miss Lou David has betn vUltlng In tho country, the past woek. E. J. Kellogg wan in .Mound City on leeal business lust week. Fred Myor and Howel Caton wero In Kansas a few days, this week. -Dr. K. II. Sml'h and Miss Tona Laurence drovo to Uulo Sunday. MUs Mollle ralmor was here vistt- Ing friend- and relatives last week. Craiff Is going to have a uauolng school in a short time, so wo Koar. Everybody should attend tho Min nie Wright ciitcrtainmcat on the'.'Uth Inst. Dr. A. Ii. Smith va9 called to Nlshuobotna to attend M. I. Youngs ehild, E Clmdwick, of tho Now York store, was in Coruiug, one uay last wook. Dr. Jim Bond came up from Kan as City to pay his folks a visit ot the Elk Date. Mr. Cannon, a former merchant ol this place, but now of Kan9a, was here last wewk. Miss Allio Bond, of Elk Dalo. i vl iting her sUter, Mrs. E. J. Kellogg, this week. George W. Smith op"us his new saloon in his now building on or about the ISth iii-t. Mr. Davis, of Naplor, who has been luting Mr.- Caldwell, relumed homo on Sunday. Mr Robt Price, Mlssos Llszle Lawrcnco nnd Faunle Doughty went to Fairfax S inula?. Mrs. A. Harris, a former let luent of this place but now of Milton, was visitlug friends hero last week. Dr A. B. Smith and Dr. Bain were called to Oregon this week to give tcftlmon In tho Fr.'iich Insanity oaso. Another joung man of Craig was in St. Joseph last week buying carpots, furnltuio, etc. Wo wonder what is up now. Ed. Burkhaltor leaves Craig to night for his homo In Ohio, llo carries with huu the best wUhos ot his many friends. John Stokes has takon possession t Cave Hunt's property, and now ro jnlcoB in a8finoa resldenco as there is in Craig. Mr. nnd Mrs. Huntor, paronti ot A M. Hunter, left on Monday for Kam-as, whore they will spend soveral weeks visiting friends and relativos. .tames Scdwick, of Fairfax, was shaking hands with the boys on Sun day. Jim i-as ho thinks Fairfax Is a fine little town bnt, Craig is the fin et. -Our now iiloon wi'l open on tho 18th Inct, with Web Smith managor. I' two saloons navlnz a hlah lice se can run in Craig, bus incur, must ccrtaiuly be 'rushing " A throo ear old son of win. Lipp Jr., ct hold of a bottlo containing crca'-oio on Sunday and drank somo oi the con'enls and died about eleven (.'clock on Mondat' morning. Morrib Boyer has moved his family ahovo his new tirug s'.ote on tno eorner. Ho occupiod the store rooui with his goods on Tuesday, the people will want to look out for bargains in Holi day goods. A surnrlsn nnrtv took lilano at the 'es donee of Moses Wrigl last Tuesday omntr. All onloyeit ihemsoives unit lusiun late hour. Those present were: irs .lohn Williams, ttenry litiuseu his K ibert I' rice, Gcorsre Claiborne, Isna. $ okas, Luciuu Sniirl. John it?" J Mi-ses Ehiwii T illiams, Em UllL . .. . ... nir ikes. uerno nutlet", kiiiic nam, ElvaCT, EttaRecso, Nevada Wnght and Uoia'aiket". We aro to be treatod lo an rntortam ment fiom Mlnnio Wrtirht, the Elocu- linnixts. on the 20th Inst. There is no doubt I ut that sno will have a lull hou-e, as she is t'n finest reader in the coiinir to.da. Her name alone will draw.. '.Will Zook old all hiihoiiSHho d turni in eat auction, last Saturday. He was expoctl g to get a 'hi " in Mound ' ity. and if not was to leave in a few data for Texas . All tho inrmeiK are busy at hoinn so very few can bo found in town on Saturdis or through the week,this making bu-Inoss slack. Too Good to Miss -SO WE BOUGHT- ONE HUNDRED DOLMANS the Manufacturer offered us, nnd wo will soli them less than we paid for the same goods last fall. Our previous stock put In at tho lame ducount, so that all can be suited. Our SILK Sale will bo continued the coming wook. This has bees, the moil datlngaud sucoeiiiul salo over tried In tho West. HOLIDAY GOODS NOW ARRIVING. Townsend, Wyatt & Co's., S. W. COR. FOURTH AND FELIX STREETS, ST. JOSEPH, - - MISSOURI. FOR THE MILLION J. M. Howard & Son havo lust recelrod a Large and Fin Stoai ot iinimivr.nnno i ....!.. !.. Fancy Candies, Vases. Mugs, Dolls, All KIiuIh ol' Christ unis Toys in Endless Va rioty. Also Cicrai'H, Tobacco. Crackers, Cookies, Giniror Snnp.s, Dates, Nnts, Cannud Goods of all kinds, Groceries, Lemons, Oranges, Etc. We also mke a specialty f Handl.ng Fanoy Brands of Flour, Buck wheat Flour and Corn Meal nlwa)s on haiut. Do not boy your Holiday Goods until you have seen our ttock. M. HOWARD & SON, OREGON. where her father edits tho "Eaglo," Is maklni! a visit among her friends and re'atlvos. There will be an old fashioned spell ing school and ciphering match nt the school house in Coming on Friday eve ning, the 14 h 1st. Everybody is invit ed to attend. If John Krusor, ot Craig, dont't "sthop a leedio" and "watch out," the boy of Corning will treat him to n load of . All becaiiHO ho inakos Sun day visits to that Atchison county lass near town. Tho fostival Wednesday night at tho church was a grand suoceos. Wo havo not learned exactly what wero the not receipts, but tho church Is certainly ahead something. Some fine sl-.ging was indulged in and was a orodit to the partlis participating. Headquarters at G. lANDERSON & BOYD,) -MANUFACTURERS OF- of every description, nnd SIMILE nnd DOUBLE BUOOY HARNESS. Dealers in MitiuicH i Hilars, hips, mushes, Comb- and eerythmg In our line Wu nan niching bu tho BEST of LEATHER, and auaranteo aailsfaetmn. Wo will sell yon a BETTER HARNESS than you can bm In tho coanU fur tho money Don't tall to come nnd -ee us when in want of n Harm-Ms, Sudcl'o r anything in our lino. Wu wi 1 please you and saie you money. Our m .tto, ot How CijEJip, But How Qood. Remember -Cheap Photographs at P. M Zook's Gal cry for a short time I'on't fall to call on Pi-rco, Blum & Co , Forbes. Mo , when you want any thing that is usually to be tonnd in a fust clas- stock of general merchandise We nro now offuring to the public a lar.'O and nobby line ot Boots aun Slices, at bed-rock prices. PIERCE, BLUM & CO Eorbns, Mo. The well known firm of Zook & Canon have just finished refilling their mill from basement to garret with he latest improved machinery of tho day, flour meal and fend constantly on hand givu thorn a trial Zook & Canon. Forest City, Mo. W. Bald,- crowded spik. ANDERSON & BOYD, OREGON, MISSOURI. Zoi axle, 00 anros of prairie land, and 20 in timber; oil improved, 6 .miles south east ut Motud i by, ' erm reasona ble. Inquire on premises, or address, J.J. THOMPSON, Mound lily, Mo. P. M. Zook Is rocelvlnz a large in voice of Picture Fremos of all kinds fur the Holiday trade. THE BOTTOM. Jpstph Boyd, of Nebraska, is viclt- inenas on litis Blue. S G. Alklro is nick, which cnusosa vacation in tils school. Tho sand bar west of II. Mlnton's is reported to oe a fine pluco for geese, Miss Jennie Davis.of Slouch Town, has gone to ELovouuworth, Kansas to nttena school, wins,For- - r-l lit e i Paumltbis. -At oco1 d rYounir COIINIKO. The Kirkland hotel was on u .day. -John Lawson rejou-ps in a ing s zed hoy at his house. Hill bwan was "sotting them i to tho boys last Monday. Tho question now U, "Is he married" Frank and Mary Harmon, of Ortf gon, wero tho guests of thoir NnclT Frank Snowwhlto, over Sunday. U Mrs. Groh, of Atohlson county, was a guest ot her ilaucrhter, Mrs Scliolz, for a few dayi lust week -Paul Scholz has supplied the -oco1 d Christinas tree with presents. This speaks well toe so early in Iho Eoason. 'squire Hodsou "tied up" several couples but week. Ho did itjnstdkc anyone cUe and with as muoh case nnd graco, Mrs. Vollmor and daughter, of Hambuig, wero looking around town this week. This was their first vit-lt filnce they loft. Rev Sapn, of Milton, has an addition to his family In tho way of ? boy. He mado his a, pearanee on last Soturday and Dr. Defresco of Corning officiated. Mrs. II. F Karris, whoso lato hus band was Paul Soliol.'s predecessor in the drug biHnnes, flopped here on her way to her homo in Galesburg,Ills,,from Knnsas Miss Carne Dodds, formerly of this place, but now of Wymore, Nebraska, FORBES. Joe. Pierce went up and enrol ed at the Chamber's school last week. Henry Kopmo now has the finest wine and brer hall in lha o unty. W. M. Morgan, has aecep'ed a no-B-Bhip" on the U. 11., anu lias mov ed to Hall's station. Miss Mollle Do orss has been In St. Joseph for the past few days visit ing nersister, mis. iiofa Another nno of urgirlR gone. Mis Ella it eaver is no more. Sho will write E la Forney in autograph albums alter And now "they say" that Dr ounc has annul enough ol single blcsness, If ho haii'l, he is getting reck. ess ubout buying turni. uru I in his o,d day. Who ever heard tell ofthellkoP there aro marrijges nnd rumors of marriages. All single girls over 15 that dont gel married this fall aie out of the f .anion. County surveyor Morns has been surveying dilleront routes from the lake southeast of Forbes, to the river. The cliuong of Forbes ana vicinity, uro going lo ditch It. wonroo vuison anu Mrs, sman Blair, nccompnined by sevond friends went to St. Joseph last Thursday and woro wedded. The SkMtinf.l and all It correspondents extend congratulations, 100 Men Can mako from $2.60 to 5,00 per day eaeh If thwy aro in need of an Ovorcoit, and will buy of Mlnton &, Burgess, For est City, Mo. KUNKKLTOWK. Albort Kunkel has been under Uw weather for a fow days. Neal Kun i-el is ongaged In repair pig watclies and clocks. The Spocrlo Brothers havo been excavating at the mill apaln . F our and grain stationary etoopt that which goes down tho throat. Frank Kunkel of Ntvr Point was a v'sitor In this burg Inst Tuesday. C. Qroi-s has gouo to tho coantty to assist Frod Drehr on tho farm for a week Barney Kunkel has boon compelled to lay off for a week on account of slclCKOSS, Ed Beniion has takon up bis stonefl and left for the jail which ho is now repairing. mir. urotir anu witowere visitor In Kunke town last Tuesday. FriU is a brother in-law to the 'own. lohn E. KuHkel is bavin? his place cleaned and giubbed, with the view of having it sei licit clown to grass. The popu alion ot Kunkeltown or southeast quartet of section 20, town ship 60, range 38, U a little over 80. i he Kunkciioniat.H ut tno lounger order, p otest loudly against New Pointer or any otnor pointer' taklujf i heir girl" away I inn Kunkells prepared to certify that "rouuh tin rats' w rood tor them. T ey caper around and suem more lively than over afteruktng It. The physicians and surge ns asso ciation have decidod that ilioi cannot couipromi-e with Chris Kunkel only on the banis of the Hiirrondar all hli surgical nparatus and the roopniiing of the cut in ueorgo tmra seaip in out or word they demand th it a new start be ninuo. It is prob ible that Hill will object to this iirraugomont so that a comproini-e does n a seem probable. est City. BOOK'S MILL. John C Hlnkle haa finished his levea at a cost of $260; It is one-and-a-half miles in length; he workid 195 dnya with team upon it, and strange to nay, but 12 1-V! days labor was donated, while a Utgo number of tho peoplo are equal ly benefited by the levee. Mr. Illnkle informs us that he will put in 600 aerea in corn next season The racing Missouri has mado fearful havoo fince IHGfi; ir has taken away ovor sevontoen hundred acres of land Mnco that timo, Ten farms of oxoellent land havo been washed away, and still thewmk ft of a on. . . .CiootflJ$otlng sooms to be the older of the day, but Joseph gets the gecso ...wo are sorry to learn mat sonic, ot our noig-bra coniemplato ourrgiatina; Mr. Butehnr talks ot sell ing his tnrm and pnl ing out tor Ar kansas. Better stay where yuu are. well ...Mr. Calvori was in our villago lat week He is now u restdent of Andrew county, having rem red from here last fall .'.,A wedding occurred last Tuesday, Mr Noland of thu Bluff to Mrs Mmgarot Williams of the bo. torn; Fyqulro Hart tied the nuptial knot. Wo congratulaio l ho eouple..,. On Tuesday night last Ml" Book's res idenco was burglarized, A watoh and valise belont io two monin the employ ol Mr. Bonk, weio stolen. The yaliso was fotii d tho next day -riffled of it contents, No clue to the lobbor.... Thero is Home troublo over a switch on the Rulo bianoh. Soma want it at the Big Lako whi o others would liko to havo it at the Tarkio. Mr. Hlnkle of. fcra lo do tho grading it the switch is located at the Tafkiu.