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i f-s .Kie ilu.;.--ead strike Ij.ib entered iuto i.istory. j Tnere havo iircn tuaay (strikes--in the ' J'niied Slates for some yo;trs p..al. nsost ' . r them aei-omp.injed by vioVnce; but or.o froui whirl) sc.-ii important ami S-Sr-roncU.ug results haw grown as this one. It remai.is to bo te.-n whether i'k indirect cvus -quiiict will ti.-r.r .-i' .(.-. fully and ni.idnes.-, whi.-h char,!flT;.-.i who w.-ro i.Ku-.'diaUiv connected .ith it. It is cot Ikw1 Th src.jn .f r.-i-oc- ifclo itutesicni to d.-oi.ro that thi- H- -u.r tend strikes i i,i ri"tj huvj JuJ u:.-.r.-i lCuc-ic-on tlw re-eiil off 'w iv n p-es-tdentini eir.-ii n ti.aj a.. ot'ir si.-t-jSiioa of events perta:r.,g to the i.:.i'. ' ial lire of the co:u:l.-y. Ti.o' t.;.ve in i u i aorkijigmej iu:a:si-'t tho ti-pub-. ii-j Land; i i.t-s ar.d it jioii- t-ip . .mil Ii ' -n i.irge! f.'ivrumcii'iil t producing h it nr;y .v to ho u.i ' economic n;i:u'.iua. Tea J.!;t;d giant o? I-ibjr h:n su-.veJ j 1 iii dem.instratin pT.vera of dedlrue: :on: but it re.uains yet to bs de:r.:.ti-?r.ited to him at what cost ho can undo tho Kara winch he bus wrought. There is tiftlu t n lie ga ire J by sti-nat-ing t ho hus of life .:nd pfuprrty vih,..-ii Ins onsued, or b;, dwelhi.g on tito .itlrr inn which !h.s ;itis:) Trim t!io siriV, and nh.ch has yet to bo endured. Men who strike invito such conse.jupucns, hn.vev9r tll-preparsl 1kv mi) bj h-r they Iiaco be?:i toaei.ed. l"nc ewnts at iIo.i!eti:J wilt have, m ay a oukI.t part, oven under the beii-.-S.vn swiy of tt tariff fur rnvonun only. V.iiin th? pro.lact-s of tlio lubornf forii;tj r.-or!!!ir-:nCQ ar reaching this country frt-il from m;:ay of tho b:in-j:it ivhicli. i.t nressnt. a't iili to tir.-a. wori:inmn:n nt ilOmestaa-J nail .-Ise.vt(.T,- n.ll Jrj!.hrf' drwimias of. lind it po-sihio to bssy nnav of tuoh ' I'owdurlyon iituiiiriiiioii. Mr. I'ovvderly in his iiiidroHS before the recent Knights of Labor convention, t')k a four sensible grounds jn favor of the restriction of immigration. leur;ed Unit all iorM;.:ers inca;.d)!c of pelf sup 'irl t.f!e::h! be ke.it fnu'i our shorei;. "ll.erw is ilacr." ho nnul, "that the hitrdu-of fo: filacers coinint; hero would Kur.p-aV::e ns oefuro we could Auieri tana th ill." Theo facts arc lf a: i '. -Hi. ;'iid jet Mr. Powderly and h: .i :sy .idtn ren i-oted on tho &lh ultini" lb.! law ulii-i. h.is for its pri .try obj.'et li:o inuiitab'o conduct o: Aniorican lab r market. It may bo true that wher.; lalmr in '.veil jiaid there laU.rore of the wholn world will Hoc;, and tt:at. to Ibis extent, the McKIuiev lull if an inducement 5Iorst;:iiair Pnileciive Asocia-' Korost Citj. ti;1- I Dr. R E. liullock is confined to tho B- ronuest I herobv call n raectins of I bouse with n throat trouble in no way ail persjns mtercsUd in tho horse to dangerous, but unplewaut. meet at tho court house in Oregon on Saturday, Decern her 10, JSCrJ, nt 2 o'clock r. x , for thu p:irpo-e of organizing an AXn-HOUSE THIE't SOCIETV. ''urn out hortifnicn, one and nil, and let us or iiiizj and put n stop to this horse jLeaiiii; UuiinoKd in our romn. unity. 1. C. JU:.vrox. Airy J.itilc "IJoroth.v." 'J'is tilled w ith 6v.eotost music nnd nios- Rholesouie humor. One is at u Ios t Will Hill is iiavinc a tenement iiouse built. Wooi and Collins the buildon-, n inn her of neat residences would find ;ood occupants. Monday evening when Mr. Thomaf Oottier was out riding in a cart the horn eeatne refractory, nnd kicked the can j smitherons pud peverely hurt hiir, Ve are Rlad lo learn not seriously. Rumor has it there is to be "n wed ling in our town in the near future. V von't tell who it is from the fact we d jot know, but t'ivo th" rumor this pul thus say I knew it tell much ho mo-it admires in this opera, , licity so that all may have n chance at h the urilliaut mm snarirlinc irems or the ! itiiphs who it is :inrl tin: to immigration. si-nr .r ti,u ln.,n .....i i. ..,,.- n,. I n .i. ... . -vr.fc,u. ...u.t-v.i (ii, tjiaiutfi f inv- , Uli till) LIJIUi i .le .uiier question now has become a ( libretto, for it its a df hahtful blending f -- It v.m reported Isst week that ceo i f iM.iui.Ml ouo and it is evident that Mr. laughter and .song, smced and seasoned our former c tizens Samuel P. Doolei. I-uydi riy in l Ins su porters Iwheve with brilliancy of action, and complete- wa verj- tick at his home with doubts that by cutting a the European paup-r ness of detail. n to his rec.verv. Saturd.-v ni-'!it. Dr. laborers, by blueKing American nortsi Vntnno nf ilm fur o.inma tvi,;f.'i 1 i;;..i.m,.r..i c t,.-. ,...i. " j tonil Ot the IrLMts Of tllO hav.l nresenle:) "ILirnthv"' in Ilm I'mtml ricuihit.til In Tr flf.clni n ... .1 lit... 11 .....f .. n . . " . . I "J vv"" " lll".-l WIIilLl.lL '""'J Ul. li,V,r einiH r.iiio anies can o j stalof haio scored in it a i:renter6uceess YOU STlllY : WWII ihkkl : against them. harveite.l. not tho Kniahts deeeivo than l.j, ln-.-n ri"iri...-..! iI.m nnw.nt ton t.icmt.iilves. I here is one radical way of son bi t.'iat nu-,1 exceJlentlv trained or ilopping iramisration to this country. 2am. itiou. Tt.o Andrews Opera Co. nuI th.! ! by reducing tho statues of , E-perriahv brilliant is the work of the S.io l mtcd tit lies to that of Europe in pnn.iipals, E l Andrews, Ueo. Andrew t .ir.t o, s.!.il a.id Itidu-tnal nnset;. . J,iv C. T;i !ir. Mario llr Ka'ina TavJor. M". I'o'VtL-rlj fri.-ndshavoalro;: tnbulod io that result bv k r hhlm ui: ton t& Bits if .4. Pflfllffril 0 i' 3 3 Si uk bb m 1 con 1 ami .Jessie Aiuiroiv.s in tho .ormil ne.l. heir V;te3 I1 ' ivlt!ih lfinf-!i :mrli:1l-imnTM!fritnt ti.o l-tal oioctiun day. Vi'hnn wa os and ! ,inr...ri imifv ti.:..s.,t.-.v tr, il,n n.rv l...t g -nera! prosnty by tho .. rnctit.n of j ad-.antago, their rcsieeuvo pecuhar : t..e pioUctive ;.y:-b-:u have bet-n lov.:red UilcnU The solos and concerted mus e j in this :-u:itiy to tho Li:ro;rfian level. ; in tins act rises far above tiwdioere, ar.d ! then iui migration w:h ck.i-o. n-jd the ! :!t!-:in :i ,l.. rr.... f Ui, I, ;,.,,,! itiUn.i...t i op.neats of R;iubl:can principle who j with these pure corns of r. .... 1.... tl.. : . 1. I. . . . lno.-t surgical operation vn ierfonried suc cessfully which relieved him of great sutleruig and at this writing, prospects are 01 a sooeoy re-:overv. A social was had Monday cght,at the house of Mr. G. W. Baldwin in the in terest of the Daptistchurch. It was the t most enjoynble of thetcason. Mrs. I5ald win as hostess, with her assistants, nsed all proper means for tho enjoyment ar.d happiness of all. Oysters ste-.ved anil oysters fried.together with ice cream and tnko were served and enj.)ed bv til. This we hope is onlv the beair.ainir THEY HAYS- -JUST OPENED 1 fi 1 g S jrT rich j of a series of others that"should bo held uimr 1 : 11 ....... .-w.-.u...,. ,.i,.,Ii,.1U; iu.-fiu- j vein 01 comeuv, 01 winch tun measure is during the winter. It would ho the or a us satis.ied. Not peruap? in tha 1 given, and tho combined effect never moans of imo of our citizens .'ettinp-m-.n.ior they woj.d wish, but they will 'rails of repeated eaoore. Ed Andrews better acquainted with their neighlwrs. rertllZJ. IUVirtlif.I:iSi;. uliTlt Ihnv ;ir.- ' . .r ..-,.1...." .. ! r- f ojuiitei 11.0 eeceuirio iuiisu 0011 1 W!i..KVLi:. tilings nt less til em to-d iv. ; . w .r. ...f. HCHiro 111 LI1I7 ' ft nn .f nl!.... rtmml nf imiolin r- la aiifii.t I imonaut iucal liitori-.si.s. lions, and coupled with tho lines which ! 1 v-r iiitii tiiov can Uv :Tv - 1 11 1 ... - . - . I I 1 it.ll-nzl in t-I.n. C Ills ItJl-ltlllL'lS h till IMJi lUULIUli UUi II "s J" r"4'1- " "" ",r I nrv lins. f h V' ... .. ZSZ. as never yet failed .0 merit the ' ,r,rl::r'ir::r7 i-u-fiv e..,, w in his d, uP!!ri,!' npplauc f nis hearers. 11IIIIC I - 'I' Xickell'.s ;'. their oto !ai r rates then a ovnr re.-ults in 01! nor d;r;-t:03 ni..y fol-1-nv after the 4th of next March upon Vlieir own fortunes, they s.iono v.ill ! entitled to the pr-iiseur l.iaaie. 'iVhetiiv-r those results In farorablo or othorw!M, it iseafctosay that tho iMntroversy lo--tivecn capital and labor, a!, .ut vrhieh -.ve have white an. our moat exiort buir.os. Sim-e tho l ist report uf tha department the pro hibition ::g.:tnst American pork pro ducts hr.s bWn withdrawn in all foreign count rks wliero it ovistei and -iiV '00,000. pounds 01 por-s, tl'.i.'y inspected nudor tho prosenl law. has been exportoil. In Tho full company of thirtv nictiubers, will produce this beautiful and charm ing opera at Meyer's opera house, Mound City, S iturd.iy evening, Doe. 10. Xoti.'.sby the Waysido, --Paul Kerns has returned from the Miss Mary Feitz has returned to St. A. church Salurdav been hauling his ! ' .Trui.i.l. l'reachiig at E, evening. Martin Ebort has wheat to inarkot. J. 11. Acton has purchased a team of horses from C. E. K-jukel. A. Hardman is h-tving his dwollirjg repainted. Geo. Zacmnan is doing the-wora. tiP-irrt toraueh. vt ill not on one . 'i -'ujtr--3ii o. me cxpor' trade 01 .May, ; book canvassing business. I -j:nging sciiool r.t the church on nearer an end than it has bei 11 at " J.unt?' J,,I "'"i-dgust 01 this yoar with t Thn li,o,inr,l .l.l,nfh n.A hiy uight, co.luucled b Ceorgo : time during the p i-t GItv voais. '10 MBiu.l'oriod .a-,i ear, tho secretary I re.,lain ltj;urn..,- ,:. ,.,, .aclmian. " .j .n-l-saii in.-reaw of C2 par ce.-H-in the UJ '"""ubUI bpring. -Mrs. Millernnd hor.istor. Miss Alice Convif! J.:iliora:i ih.- ttoiuls. " ' ' j " ' - . , il"'"JV,,n.(:" Vrs V T K simr ,i,v Vi ' v " :K-U"U''' '',rt visiting their Atthe,t.-toroadc.aventionia,tsani. ' 8fh,c',. iacr.wil t!..' values j..r ; "rfr&, Ihurodaj. mother, Mrs II. aci na-i era re-olution was irtrodu-'d which t-, sln,H I-rid by t!i?. por cant. !! Otho Martin has recovered the horn? Imr road oversee'. Ai Ilardman, has deserved more attention than it roceiied. It recommended tij ufdi'.ing of cuviot labor on the public highways. Thin is tm important urittor m tu'o ro3p?cts. i First, it will insa.-o n mpid dovelopmjnt i of the public highways; and sec nd, it ivould remove an Uuiu.jt cjinpotitioa to ! honest Hb ir and legitimate nrlustrv. It 1 -' UW, Mm year before pjrk inspection was adopted, and shows an incre.ise of 80 ianta per 100 pounds in favor of this year, n nvorace of c2 pur head i n every hogsuld. In vie i v of the largo mini lw n nogs iiiarKoieti, mis increase in price with another estabimhinent wiiich em ploys convict labor at a very low rate. The greatest argument of thoso favor ing a protective tari-F is that it protects labor, but whihi ailwillti.it ad.uit this no one denies that convict labor has a degrading etfect on frtj lat'or, and the only reason why a reform has not loon accomplished is becm.-o i-io havo not given the matter su.-i -icnt tii.iug'it. Thu variius l.ih ir so-.-ielies proto.-.t against the convict system, but as they have only found fault without pro;o.s;ng remjdy little god has resulted. Con vict labor is not oulv a meuaco lo the ianilito.hir-ront f.ira !.. r-iet.irv . f.,r ! ,s VCH Krauiying IO nil WHO atO lllter- instancA wlii.M has to p:.v its workmen esifJ thw iniporlant indu6try .. . 1 - . - I S..rri.f nrv ?iulr u-ir. fli.it ., Hying wages, lo bj compelled to comnete &ei;reiary ittisij gays that cur insnee tion laws havo also restored tho conli denca of foreigners in the healtlifulness of our cattle. Livo cattle exports in lSi!) amounted to2a"i.03 head, but in hsMwo espoited 3J1.W3 head at an in crease in valaa of amounting to SS por head. A comparison of Chicago market quotations for, September 1332, with to. so of the same month in 1S3, shows an increase in the value of cattle sold aniounling to from $11 to j-lo per held. -ccording to weight. On the whole num- compares prices for .Vptember of this : that was stolen Troiii him, last Satuiday. computed his work on tho year with thoso nf thosuno month in I Tim i,.:nn wi.r:tt.-J ,rio..o ,..."u ' has nut them in line nliane. ..... - . " I A I II 1 . o.' g.ven by the b'airviuw Sundavt-chool. I -V """"n auu 4aai. Rodent events demonstrate the fact, t.iat horco thieves aro abroad in tho laud. A Tew days ago Mr. and Mrs. John Hodgins paid a social visit to friends in Oregon. Miss Lewi?, of the Triumph district, paid a visit lo the Fairview school, last Thu rs lay. Friday Wesley Hodgins went to Ore gon lo arrange borne important business transactions. Those enterprising young farmers, Wes and Scott lloilgins havo rented 100 acres of the IJearss farm. Tho Protective Association held its regular monthly nieetmgat theTriuniph school house, last Thursday night. bor of cattle sold m a single year this i Recently, Jake Oren, of Xow Point, would foot up about SIO.OdO.fKtO. J went lo St. Joseph to purelur-o an in :iioth.-r subject in which the west has voice of goods for the the winter trade. iting nrrango- countryorto to s.iy which roads and . . . . .. . ri rieei (i:ir iiitr..r iu tl.it ..r t;.. :.. 1 . r ... , i iboror but to capita isUs who havo their , v mo .e.n -nyman est is nial itiopev invested m maniira.rlunog in- ,i ., "'i"' " i"-"!"1-'"cnis lo grow up with the .dilutions ,-,s it often gives a competitor lv,roI0 f wents of American corn I blow up with it-it is hard "nn unfair advauta"e. i !!S a.rl,''Ia of od-, Conccmw,: too l I1L. win ,0. Some states have abohjh.-J convict ' Kencuin iiayoi in lu-rmmy .'urtis Whitton nnd Acton will start for southeast Missouri about tho -Jlh, to look nt the country. Wesley is getting to bo quite a rus tler. He rustles over tlio way-side quite often. We think Wos mean's bis from the word go. A big turn-out at the literary on last Friday night, and a good program. The paper was read Hy iMws Aelho Ilershnor. aiuhic oy the Urove string band. James Gelvin passed through tho Grove with a bunch of cattle on his wv b D. A. Golvin's stock farm, near Mait- lutKl, .Mm is getting to bo quite u btock man. --"Sandy, Mollio nnd Delia Kunkel, of Kunkel Town, were in tho Grove on last Saturday evening, the guests or Mike. Al and Eiuinn Ilershner. They brought their musical instruments w'lth them and the result was honio good music. - What we would like to know? If Grant Meyer will tqiei.d tho hohd.iys at Warrensbnrg. Mo.? When Fred Dreher will go to union to see his bot girl? What made Hattie Acton leave fo soon after literary on hist Fridny niaht? What makes J C. Morris get to his bchool to late on Monday morning? Sm:ikk. Xliyclow. Corn is in slow deiunr.d at i'm. lgs aro currci.t at 2o a doen. John Vick if; quite ill of mumps. Dr. Davis has added a now barn lo his place. -Prof. Glass and family wew vibiling in the country Sin.day. Fncle D-m Wjigoner is on the Pick list, but is better at times. Fall wheal and rye looks lino and seems to bo growing r truly. Corn is all picked and some is being put on tho market at low ligurcs. (.'i.iekous are in ilem.-ind, but won't soil, while eggs bring a naudsoai: pneo. Stephen Graves and family were visiting E. M. Xotley and fnmJv, San day. Chrintmas goods aro nor.- on exiiihi fT. .ii tl.. -.,...., I ... Who is the t.rn . -,'0 flu. ..r t.iu !. ... 1 Ki.t ,t I...., !ll:nfvt? '(lii. tti-in iiMtn-n.! .p..nK. 1 . - . i CT.ec. Liroene :-,.,.., i ... ,,. . .,.i ..i., " .' ei" mn' Tin" ! t' 1 - 1 iu'riJwl1 county. Mo., where ho re 1 ""Ctf about," endoavor to bo useful nnd for ur.o. w m . . iiiuiicu ior oai- ivu-r-v vara ;ia-iuiir- i iiru?uiuua iaiuu- ui uiu lu.v niav i Of ;lie Latest Designs and most elegantly nislied assortment, consisting of 1 yard c- i hli.irtitirr.irf.r.,ii.,.iM. n w f, ") ins uepinmeiu mo st'croiary eays the inmates of !ho This is not ; ,U,ill ,n,a.n-v ,1;!'1"f nt'end,-.! the m popubr but it is better than th pres-ut ' t'"'nJ3,J" ' tirw food heretofore gen hvstem in our slato. It is not rmr lo ' f.rajly regarded in Europ: as a Tood not the tax paver to be roq.mo.l to , ,';,r I'nn consumption, .work U mautuin a lot of cr.ir.iuuls in ; ,ll!0? Uv'? -o of the work of tho idleness. I a.-0'"1'1"! department aro especially - Tho highway appear, to oiler a i-la. ";?''frV-:'u 10 ne 5 1 r:!,,s'jrl1? anVan-1 tion to the question. Two rears am ll-Dt ! T".ofJn? "wat; .II ,SJ b? h,,?f .lI".lt ' resontalivo McEiu olfered a bill in tho "" "i ecrlBry , Usi: to j.iou.u'.u 1. 10 ujtereMS 01 wiose uno pro- lesiilaluro providing for the building of two slate boulevards by convict iaoor. : Ooo va3 to be'in at St. Ijiuij and go to j Kansas City while another was to go j iioriii aim soul. 1 loroo-ii turf su'. 'When these propj.'.d roads were finish ed m-ire to host irt "1. Tins would solve the prison l.iborquostion for gr-u- ritiuns 10 com. OJ'Jii won. wom-i 11 a mier , ij.j lero wiin iree iaoor iu; sa.;:i 'jo.iiovards will never be cotistracte.l if wo havo to wait for a tax t pav for t-iem. di:t stock and corn will bo the coming administration. Obituary. RCV. JOSHUA noWIIAN. Rov. Jos'iiih liownian, who ha? Iwen srtotisly nllited fortevoral yenrs past. great suuerer from asthma. d;o.i at his home 01 tiie ent mIo al 7 o'clock rut night at tee ripo 1 1.) years Walter Uendor. of Mound City, passed through Ri-dil-ind ono day last week. Thoy wcro looking for "a farm to rant," John Eowis is nogotating for tho purchase ot the Ross farm. Truly, it is j an old "land mark," being among the earliest farm 3 that were settled. RnHiant and e.-.rrastic Iugalls says that Mrs. Eeae, of Kansas, who nspiies to senatorial honors, is a great man. Of, course, thit stlomeiit is fraught with sarcasm. A surpriso party was given nt Mr. John Lewis' in honor of his daughter, who recsatly arrived fro n Kansas. A very happy and entertaitung time was reporled. Mrs. Eiura Rayhill has several pu pils taking lessons ai music. Cs.tamlv. old ago of almost 1 1110 l,uP'!s L';l!i ' no butter as regards ; the instruction, for Mrs. ii. is au ellicieat imitatud bv -Mnny objeel t j -.rorSinrf nv.ets. H'gu- i. ,. i,. 1 . i. ...... 1 and ininj t iki i-' to:i':her. ing that gu.ird o in ! to iho u imwr of ...,,. v o t..i. r. ivn .... i .1 1. . v,h i. oi.o.i.. it rciuiru-i i iiravfsni ..t tl... .!..., ..r 1,.., ... 1 1.... .. 1 ; n. convicts w dd b tneir asenpe. liui: Parlor Suits, Bed Room Suits, Lounges, Couches, Side Boar Secretaries, Fancy Chairs, Rockers, Wardrobes, Mattresses, Lawn Chairs Etc., Which they sell cheaper than they have ever been sold in Holt County. We also have a large assortment of Wall Paper, Window Shades, Picture Mouldings, Curtain Poles, Swing Machines, Sewing Machine Supplies, Undertaker's Goods and Furnishings, Looking Glasses, Wall Pockets, Etc Etc. In Fact Everytisiiig lo be Found in a First-Glass Furniture Store ! DENNY & SCHLOTZHAUER, Hew Motel JSIook, OSEG-OT, - MO. ISO ! mmroT a icd 1 ksep on Iiancl a i ine Stock of Ili'.rtJi.-juy. Soveral of the farmers havo tinishpd gathering corn. . -John Eacey was visiting in tho neigh lorhcod last week. John G.iHaher recently sold twenty eight head of hogs. Jit- Units has been buiily engaged in building a new barn. A ser.es or meetings, held by tho Letter D iy Saints, Ins just cloned. Ir. Rowlet has beeu moving btock tha roads of that c luniy un'jr the su pervision of tho siieritf and with sueesi. Geveral miles of g-.;d roado havo been ionstructed by them a.ul so far bat a eery few havo e.cjp.'i whil" cngag.l on tho works. A gmg of t lirty pn.-oayrs can be -.vorke.1 and guar led by u-. men. nnd the same numbs.-of workmen would require at !oat as many o'-eroeers, to direct the worit and k(.p them busy. Wo hopo tint friend ofb-'ttei roa Ir -will bo in the m-ijonty in our c irairig legislature and tint thev nuy b? able t -d'j eoatolhiug ti.at lasius us belter toads. Gi(ild'i i;i'ntli. The da ith of J.iy G ml 1 remove? fr.ni the worul of tiuanco, inoro o.-po::;ahy r.iihvay uianipulati.in. th- most colossal . lliitire of an era of c.;! i-.-?.d oatorprnos. Whatevery may bo said of the raoinodti by which t no dejd ti lankier achieve.: his Slices---, thev a.-" justiii-'d by their resullp, according 10 the ciirren' di::luin ' m lined for scaio . ing which time be became a minister of ! Jay hold of him ttho ji. r. church, in which work he The ashool board or tho Richland I was rxtiveiy engaged for more than district h-ld au olliiial meeting at the . thirty years niobt of tho tun? in diller-, school house last Frid iv ovenin-'. Tne ; ent parts o: M.s.s.iuri. ln 1S10 he moved 1 various interests,- relating to tho welfare i ""'j" ' tamiiy to Muscatine, la., but 111 , of tho ychooi, were carefully considered lbd returned to Miouri, oecume a 1 nnd acted on. Arter transacting some , m-moiT of tho St. Louis conference- and other necessarv business, the boaid ad ! ior the next twenty live years was a very 1 jourr.ed. 1 activo it!i.;r,mt preavher. Ho was also ! t ..." ir ,t it-i - , , it ..no time a member r ti.o Missouri n'jJl 1 'l?0.!11 bH. . oeen .-w.ru.u,Fv alllict.-d Ivir'i rwtf.m-.. nn 1 ' " ni;s ; p,i par; ..i.,.t ijtt 1.: .i:t: i" " . ' , ; SlU'S tn It till -..'jij i.i j..-, ..unit) 1 ..... ui;.oije hie 11 ; i w !ii..i ... 1 . .. 1. . j uer. 1 t. ti. ;l 11.41 uri;o.-iv i. , ii.iu 10 Ul-trie a char.go of cl iii 1:1 to and he came to Color ado. l-r the p.ist ton years lw h-:s lived in Pueblo. In IS 17 Mr. Dowman h it havo raatencdttioiiiseivos upon PetTer, Simi'.iin. Otis. Lewellinir. tho talonted ami irrepressible L-r-is--wi.nt- names to be classed among tho en iightened statesmen of the age. --Lium P.itle.-son still stands on tho I rtituK iwrtz ni.-r iu?r ; iwAv Akn ,1 S-ir- - ;;icc to iu bottom farm, uear ih-iow. VUlilllt UUUI.'. llllU I. UU11 it... VI ' -.'.'U), . tloU li 1 liV y i i If you wish to save money, call on nie. guara.ntee satisfaction in quality and price IT A.. BERRES, Ul aon, mo. West Side Public Soua-re, next to Postofiice. 1 that tho nossession of vast wealth is an I f WaKonburg. Colo.; Is. II. lijwman Miss Eii7ai.vth Sponcor. rnd thev lived 1 ragged edge of doubt, de.spair and of 'together tiii Aii"ii-t 27. 181)1 whoo Mm nun-ncuon. It is htated. on goodautnor B iwmaii died in this c itv. !'. od.-e.-n :e! '-'. that he oms to b? re illy afraid to I i-avi-s four sons. II n." C. W. Bowman. v,,!,iro a.iianoo both oireni ivo, do suvintendent of public instruction in ! -'civo and imiiual, wit.i any of th; fair liib!o cv.intv: lion. G.rus 1J I! iwiii.-m. o--5- How sad! IIuw unfortunate! Oncer .v. tj .cr. .i x-' ! v: fc .- - - v- T y- . advantag.s. the facts of tho oroaiion of wiiich mast not be scanned too closely. That ho was the unyielding and craf'y opponent id all scheme-i he could not control, and that ho purbiied a policy toward purely local enterprises which made their inauguration and completion a matter of almost superhuman difli cully, stands well attested in the history of St. Lioiii.s during the la-t. two decides. His failing health, the fatal toi initia tion of which was aiupy fors;.-n hy all whose buMness it was to keep fwtsted, made tho transition from physi cal existence to death a comparatively ind 10. I?. Ilowmau. Tho funeral will take place at 3 p ru. to day from the residence. No. 012 East First street, and the interment will be in tho Masonic burial cround nt the up, faint heart, lliere aro "projpects bright and pastures grrt'ii." Wo notice that tho Uepubl'cans of Ohio aro on tho alert. It has been but a short lime ago finco the grand loadeis of the party there assembled together I north side cjnieterv. Friends are cor-! nml rormiu.itoii plans and policies for the idially invited to attend. ruoblo. Col.. I Chieftain, Dec. 1, lft'Ji The deceased will be remembered by many 0" onr citizens, as he with his on- jtKo lamily were residents of tnis place ! f'ir many years, his eldest son. Charles W., being at one time editor of The ISnsnvcu It was from this citv that It. y. How nan removed to Colorado. The ! victon-s. nuevcntful one for the pjifrculativo world. il')ve ariilo states that tho deceased 1 llJ . "jrii.snn troubles - Itr.f fiv . 1 I nnmu foil' il-tl nml ff linf t-.... n ItiSBiifolo .-.ssumo that thoM- who in- !"" eons. 1 aero was nnoiner son, - " ;" i ', m herit his riches will not iniiko the same ' torge. who was also living in Pueblo. J apparently inn mnlliploHl form. II10 use of them for the pur;os,j of further : the last wo heard from him. but he may : s charming and beloved wife. aggrandizement as was indulged in by 1 naTn l,e-'n canon 10 riat o.nor world.and "'"--- i..--i.e...ein.-,, mu iibuhi their creator. Not because the laws of ;' o failed to loam of it. They have the ; ' "Kl and iespcted father-in law- hnman nature aro rsiK'ciallv suspended I sympathy of many friends heio in their oceurrius; w uoin ine suori space m a ir, ti,u ,.,,fih i.i;.-i.i;,!u;.. ! hourof aflliction. 1 .eiv weeks, is oistressing indeed. What next campaign. They not only manned out their course of political action, but resolved to maintain the struggle for (dale and national supremacy on tariff lines. With the gifted and gallant Mc Kinlev for governor tho Republicans of the ISuckeye state can tweeii the field and -.s in ono of tho grandest of iMiliticiil i .4. Miss ii.-atie Uoimiiig wr visiting relatives in St. Joseph the latter part ol tho past week. Mrs. J. L Ch lining and daughter were calling oi. friends 111 tho country Sunday afternoon. Wo ha. e some vacaut houses now, and no enierprit-es to ennauce prices, or create a denmnd for ihein. - Miss Maud Moier was calling in town Saturday and Su.1d.1y'; bhc also visited Peter Ililey's family v.hil-jin this vicinity. Tne now engine hoii'o took cn its (inifhing touches the p.i.t week, and re- llecls much credit npon our .own. It ' speaks well and means better. 1 ! Clin. Dorsey was in tov.n Sunday.' Ho looks bright and frn-sh ah much bet ter sinco he got to he "papa." That's right C, hold a li.gh head if ou die' haul. Tha literarj entertninmrnt, givcu bv ! the Big.-Iow m'Iiw Saturdaj night, was 1 tltiilo intereirtiug aad well attended; tho , pro.-eed.s amounied to iiin dollars winch j got's to the church equipment fund. j ltev. Robinson, of Craig. Mo., is holding 11 series of meetings 11. the new , Uaptist church, Hopewell. The interest has been good uud is gel ting batter. It is the w:sh of every christian heart that the Lrd may wonderfully revive his work during the progress of the meet ing. There has been no petition for our poslolfice yet but don't be deeeived Grover knows whom Hii'hImiv i .-.nil - We are working under a treaty a. ii. fjnntrn.o.i.nrs n.nn Builders. Plans and stiecm-1.. ,;h and V). does the business, I f - oil n a-ri 1 1 tt fnvnichorl t 1,1 k sm-cessful nieetintf. tinducteil bv Rev. ito.varu, at Burr Oak, hi recnliy a coureo vis, near Shaw, Prayer .'l.Msl-ll j - Clara Anplcman is taking X ! of music lessens from Miss l( ' Ml.tln...! I - Sunday schoo'. w!:h I-n.s siii-.'riiitendent. ev-:i Snd..y. meeting every llni.- U.i ew:ing. Clajion A;pte:'i..:'.. nhois teaching a successful school at Mintuvota V'lHoi. was visiting his p.rontr, !;u-t S.iturdj and Scudiiy. The who)ping-c:;igh is in the neigh borhood, and has kept some from attend ing school. It is likely t. greatly re tard the interest, of the school. Koiiort of thoM.d.oot for the nmnth ending. Deeembir 2. W it. I..icev, teach er: lkirolimeut -n.ale, 20; f.-m do. 21; total, -it. lotr.I naii.'jir of tiays at ton- iliaitlnuii. The Meth'Klists arc havinj; ti revival meeting. Mrs. Iloblitzrll spent last week in St. Joseph. Frank Melius and S. T. Kenned iv of Maryvdle. wnro in town. Monday. 1). .t. Gelvin and P. Li. Bohnrt boiight a full brother to Roc-ewiiter, tho other day. Tho weather is too tine for much news - jjeoplo t'-i busy to do anything unusual. Ov.en L. Smyth is moving lo Quit nisiti, wnen ho hefe a podlioi. in a general iuerchandid store. Rr.ror.TEK. Thore is c-injidor.i !f typhoid fcyer prevailing a!i over tho .; joatr.-, and tln hitg.-5l::i of tho t':. Ljuis IJjird of Ho.dth won1 1 o ! 11 dy. It ii to havo all milk au.l iv.ti-T b -da.l and all o'.her food thoro ;g'i:y 00': -d h-d-ire oati.ig. it is .ilsore -Kiir.i t.ido-l that !l.fiJti b i taken hot. as t)pho-d fe.vsrgorinsca.icot; live at a hign teiuporatiirc. Slu-riil'.-: Snl?. Uv Jrri:e:.nii,ii:iliritiif 1, ciileMU!i.i!. IvMi-.t In.m Hi" .1. IIi- clr!i o. in i'lrriac r.uirl ot II. -It pii.'iti . Miw.ii:!. riluraa 1 at the .l.ui.iitty t. n.i, IK'X f.I --r.i.lei.(:rl.atnl.lrt n.o !tr-!nl in .tvr hi (..-.'ri" tl. .I!n.eo!!. ccr I rei tiae i lio.l.'.ii.i...., si.gi- ot .Mir-ouil, aii.f :ipit!i: -I. KALKIJS IHR'CI OC D OREGOKT, dance ly al! pupils Tor the month. K!i;. J,.:.i V Sp-.. tl--irv !Vter. Aniln IVtcw. ayerago number of dais' attendance per i l-a l' ;.:! I l.ruii :i: 1 ic. pupil, I" 12-U; avor.ige number ofpii-' Hm-- Irvi -I I'l1-1 nt -!7.e.t all Hit rht. pds unending each dav. :5: numlior of ''"f- a:.''1 ,l!a,,,V.'rt,j:r5AM.J,'i!n.r,',Jf1l l. i .1 i ,n I lleliri IVlel:; Aluil.-M I iter., i lau-, IVlf n. 3ll(t o:.ys uiughl dunr.g Iho month, 10: nuta- ( ilt,MWi, vc;..r .;. ..:,r.,i tu tksfu:iuini:il j I r present every day, 12. lliose pres . sml.ed real c-i aie, :ivit : I ent oy.-rv d..v day are: Jtsoie liutts, j Tne tinrthn -' -iaattiT .f wtiwi thlny-lx lUertha 'Karr, Goldso Kenadv, Stella : f: ",t;.'.':"- '.'V.; I-rr0'. n .... '.- , T ... i, : all ill Holt l ni;!i:i, :.;;iie .1 .illiMiilrl. Ilaitiin, fclla tiimerly, Louie C.av, Henry ; , ..... ., , , . ., ... .,, wo i- it ., , n .1 liii'iraiKt l.:s la tl.e iiaiit (uunty, ami Clay. .Sterling Hamm, Whittle lajlor,' sute m Jl..tiri, smt I ;'!. tisou in tor, ioy rvuiin.ainiiiy iniin. j iiirtiM)AY. jam ii:v 5d.. :si. , lu'.uve. r. in -iionn i i: i.f eri.-ex in :ne lore- I liiktii. 111:- iV'ue!s ill siftetn "in of lllat j ilay.attneCetir: ilmi-ie il.r. .i lli-ritvol (lir ' Reii.e.imll.n' Iti.ll :if.nesnii. "ell the name r.t I !vi inacii tiiHicot at nn v lie r'tia'rfl. at l.ahlic J. Schultz was in St. Joe Wedues- is on thu sick holds theoflici in the caFesofthe individuals in ques tion, but because tho op.iortunites for rjMHMiluliun and tnauipulation along tho t. ::io lisca aro lieii.g visibly curtailed. A lujsMiijr! L:gj!ator. From tho Icirislaturo to jail is not an unheird of thing in the Inst irv of state govern incuts-, but ingoing from jail to fnmilv nhvuician. and thnii'di he e.irlv tho legislature Judte Lane, presiding cast his lot with the now territory of - j fortitude! What hireo of will! What OWIlo:s. J Christnn reliance and resignation must Dr. Caleb F. Ilvvron.'.-i former resident , 'M l.i r! to bear up under such try or this place, .lied at Hiawatha, Kansas, i " '"forne9 and sore aflhetions. somcthingover a week ago. He was ! To our mind President Harrison is ono A-.illVn.nrn to tn.mv of thnsn it !. iii-n.i of tho gre itest min dint has ever sat in fho hf.f.,r.i tho war. for ho u-n tl...ir tho presidential chair. That ho has ox judge ol ttiecouLly court ..r u-iSstt.;int. Kan- is. ho often returned to administer : -""-. "' "K1'" " i.ur-uuuu- Admission, 10c. Haskets. Xie each with fttnl. '.till hilt'.. r:1 tmr ive.liti tlir. r.tnil... t. Klu .vl.1 Frianil .. l.r, r.n, i f .1. 1 record. ' ' ihetu. Jiidg.- Lmo lean ofliend of ono of j When Dr. Ilnwron left hire, he located thoso counties of our state sweating i in llrown county, Kan , only a fow mihs andor tho burden of r great railroad from White Cloud. Ho wassovoral times tlcbl. Tne duty of tl.e judge w.i I.. I honored in his new hocie by official havo levied a to u eet iutere.it on : nositions and ins'Iv merited tho conti llieso bonds, out, leaning in his sym pnt!::es tow-iid tho tux pajors. ho ro fuied. For this he w.u sentenced toiail orcised t!io fucctions nt his groat oflice Tor tho numerous needs and interests of hi ed in in will attempt o dpnv Joe Linsintr.or New Poin', met with n very serious accident tho other even ing. On crossing a bridge on tho New Point ar.d Oregon road. Ins team became fnghtenod nnd unmanageable. r,nd ran awav. .loo was thrown out of the waeon j so wo don t looK lor jars and cisnis :n i ! tho oflice. during the coming mac.na giv-1 ing aiimuiisiraiiuii. -Death entered the home of Wm. i Carprnter on Thursday night, nnd ' plucked the youngest flower there.Little Mattiociet!i submitted to the will ofher ! Heav-n!y Father after n protracted ill- i noss from which no physician co.il.l save hr Sh' 110.V res".? t t.ii himh o." II ,u " who saal. '-It tho little ones come . unto mo and forbid them not.for or uuh i : . . 1 . 1. : i ..r 1. .. t, I !io iiiti iiiiiii.iui (11 iiu.tieii. Tho school at the Yellow Mansion will givo n literary entertainment and ' basket fostivnl.De.;. luth, for the benelit ' I of the library fund for tho district. All j parents, gunrd-ars. or patrons of the schoo! will bo admitted free of chame. Cm-iiiiir. Bilton Goions was in Craig Saturday. S day. Uncle Wilson Swan list this week. George Campbell Sundayed at homo with his family. - Will Rerry came down to attend his sister's birthday party. - All of the school children who have bad colds are staj ing a'.vay from school. -- John Andrews wasup ahoveAislina TCiii.iir. t'. tlie filslif it "i.i.IiNt f'.t ttah In liauit. losiit. ia.u trxtxui.ou uii.i isr-. W. U KKAMK. Stlt rln" of lloll C.Ml.'ltl . al to boo his best j Bupper for two. buyer to iro in frue. i Every Iwdy that i- iit-r'ted in education and its interests in the district nro cor dially invited. Doirs open nt 7 o'clock p. ni. Ktorcises commence at S o'clock ; sharp. Ueontlnio. Hoso. . .1. . a Xt 1 . . t . 1 . . "V " t J . Minn np i rntuK -,iv t : or it . f ICC Till hrVsl ' by a United States, juiigo. While in j.nl For Sale. j A desirable fruit farm of twonty-twol acres, one half mile eait of Forest "Citv.J and one mile nnd a half from Oregon. Lrood nnuse ol seven rooms and out .lei... ,.f hi. ...iw'itm.nt a. across one or tne iimigp oamslors. nnd ' Dr. Itiwron. while here, was a mem-! ,,"ri ,s l I'"lt. thit ho wo.ild havo i lier of O-egon lo Ige. No. 51. 1. O. O JF, j IMm 'i "wtlotn of the stream -n tits-, into which ho w..s initiated on Anril 5. t:lDCo of ?V";it t!.".r,-v. f,:e.t-.h?'1 he Pot ' the iKinlilaoe. reinved of an iintndinir 1 1S.1I. After his removal to Kansas, ho , succeeded in CO telling hold of tho end of financial aires. bv'his a-t:on. ti uninatod t soiored his connection with tho lodsro ' "no of Hi bridge plank. It seem?, that l.: .i...n !i . i... . t t tr . tm trnq an tilneAd. t.hnt no (ntltii iln nntfi- i ....J..UI .q.i wu.r,i 1,r.mu.,,H l.eiOMl 4.II.J01KH Hi;,ll,r;,l uru. U.S. - :""--"- " h.lil.t!n imo.1 Inrn f.i... ...,t' ' io ticlcet. Jte accepted, lure: a type : wife wa3 a Foster, n eistr to James and mi; eise oiu - nacg ou, uou m iu , --. . ..- .. M3muj, writer and mmlnriml l.i f.imt.aifn bv I stt....n..i P.itnr tTa t. nllmU .if . to remain in that tirecinous condition I l'r! acres in orci.ard and small fruits or mad in Filch a unmoor that he led his ! rolntives living hero. Ho was 40 mars tif nro whpn nilmittH.-I ' inas eir. Jj. was a a member of the Old Fellows lodge. So ho was m his his 7Slh year when ho died. ticket by several hundred voter. His term as ju'i;o ovpires J,.uiry l.iir.d lie wdl step out ofiail air.-cliy into th stale ss'seudiiv. In this iv i cxp?ctiea- to r.n ..j:.- : roao corpora' "a -voieh ij:h.cct! j his incarrer'.thw. thiy be :he mil- .lisod CoxaitEss ossoi 1Jl '9itIoni5ay, nnd on Tu.twiay ' the p-'-i.l3t sent IB his nnnusl me.sBge. Wo will give a resume I: 5iir issue. ivt - aslz. , ..t.a..i i.i iii-.. ..Lu....'ua .w'......i'.i i - .. w until rescued bv friends. It is intimated. ! a" kinds, bamnce in cultivation with the that r-lr. Jj. was not careful to observe ( 1,1'"U" oi tlx acres oi umoer. xorms ! strictly tno commncdmeut. "Thou phalt ; not take tho name of tho Lord thy God in vain.' Qyr.r.it Quilu made easy. There will bo QnarWlv communion it Woodviilo tn'xt Sabbath, December 11. The littlo four-year old drj!.ter of Ch-.i'ioB Flint), residing ue-.r this city, i has considernblf- tuleot a.ia recitJitionist. She made us a pleasant call tho other 'day nad recited for us. Don't forcet that there will be n nico pntertainmoit at the Christian church Friday evening before Christinas. Par ticular." hiW. Anothor carload of the celpbrntod Petor S2hnf tlpr wngons were received by H. C. Schniidt. this n-eek they were s fine lot too. Call on or address. ii. I.OGF.r.S, Forest Citv. Mo. Persons visiting our oFtabliFhmcn will now find the vcy latest Kurojcan and American Novelties m ail departments, including Staple and Novelty Dress Fabrics, Black and Colored Silks. rVJcurning Goods. Dress Trimmings. Ladies' and Childrens' Cloaks. Wrappings, Suits Furs and Underwear Wedding Outfits, Infant's Ward robe. Ladies and Gentlemen s Furnishing Goods, Lace Cur tains. Shades. Draperies, and House Furnishing Goods, and Everything in Domestic Goods. i botnn in "Chaw Tough' Kirl. - Tho bot eorc-;n for invalids. peei-dly ladies, is sawing wood. Tiy i giris. I Jamej G .ions im entertaining his 'father, who contemplate. staying here all winter. --Dankers Bro'.s shipped ncarofhog.s and fi. W. H-ihn shipped a load from hero and Nishnalsotnr. Several of the jnung folks surprised I .ui.is .Maunaa w.inrferx on tier hirt.-id.iy , by calling on her. A splendid time was hud. j Miss Lilly Jeffries, of Council HItills, , was visiting ti.o family or James uotens , last Saturday. She returned homeSuti- day. Tho desporad'is who come to our tntvn In nhi.tr thr-tr R.nT.rtnua ul.rtnl.l ni. I arrested by tho oilicon", both for shoot ing in our citj and carrying concealed ! iveajions. j - Jack ISlakeli hs movt-.d liis family i to Cijuncil IliuiTs ivhero t.e has accepted j n'posithn as foreman on tho railroad. We are sorry to loso Jack as he was a ! prostierous farmer nnd n gool citizn. ! Pursuant to previous arrangements "xutiur the many friends of Miss Anna Berry i gainereu at nor r.ome inai inursaav SlM-riflS Saile. lir limit? anil atitti.rtry or a s:rlal ejernll.iii, IwiwI Iroin 11m cl.-tte nl tin- ClrrK nf tlie rirui Conn t.f Molt Cuiiiity. Minmrl. rrtnmaMe it Hie Jimuiry trrm. ?C nf .-ii.l c-iirt, ai.it to m ilirrrtdl m l.ivr tf Jei;e II. Allii.ri!lli-c!.rnf ! reTetiue of Holt county. Male oi Mismi, aim acalnst Tlie CiiknoKii Iloirsnf Custaviis E..C!avi. I I liaTe lerinl immhi ami si-Ufil at' tlie rizht. no. title, li.teml anil i-:aun f Hie xiUl t'nloiiiwn ll.lrv nf CiMnvii K ( l.i.l. o' In am. to the followiux ili-ser'.beil real rtale, tit-wit: NUlwii).eTfii dl) .niil twrlve (12). In tl.H-fc N'n. Iill-Iuri11,. M till-toiin ul Kotft City, Hull Ci'iailj. .MiimiUiI. All lili.ir aii-l linns in tlie villi coutitr. ami Suleol Miv-uiitri, asm 1 mil. 'i TiinwiAY. .iantauv ith. ifca. tieHM-ei! tlielmiir.it iilnro'cIiK'ki.itlie (iiri-unen. nml llveoVlm k In tlif alleriwM.a if that itaj. .it tii.; Court ll.rin-.ti-.r,l!i tli.- elty Dr.rmw!. ly ol li.il: al.irevn.l, ipII the wiiw, or so much tiierrof a may lie r. iii reil. nt public ir inbir.to tl.e l.l?li.-.t l.l.l..-r (..refill In hand, to illsly t.ilit et t".t...u :iU costs. w. It. FRAJIK. SVriB of Holt roimty. Mo. In all departments we havo "LEADERS'" sold away below their value, and on evening to celebrate the anniversary of all goods WE COU'lT A COMPAUISON OF P.'lICES. We invito all classes of, her birth. Tho event was ono of tho x 1 ... .. -. . 1 r ti ? .. t .1 l.J.:. .. ... Yen Will Stive Trouble and expense by calling in at once and settling all accounts due me, either by I ensh or good bankable note, as I am I biiilJmg and will need every cent duo j me. Don't delay, but comn "forward at ' once. J. O. Orkj. I New Point, Mo. I trr.flo t rTv ltd ;i tjif r t i i Fr camnlAc I ercd to IL Ii. lofxitP, frooof chnre. GHASBERS & fMRNEYDry Goods Go, Lowest Exclusive Dry Goods House in St. Joseph. :-: ST. JOSEPH, MO. All packages checked nnd deiiv-; most brilliant social events of tho sea son, and one which leaves behind it Shi-rill'i, Sale. I'.v vlrtne ami aalhurity ot a jprcial exrrtitl.m, lsal fruin the otSc of tlir elerk nt tlm Cirriilt Court : Holt cTOntv. Mlsni!ri. returiiiMe at tho January term. "lion, nf .il.t omit, ami to m dlrtcfcd III favnr of 0.rp- H. Al.Vii.rritlrf torot rrvi-Mie ul Holt comity. Mate of MiMwurl. and against T.'it Unknour Hflr of I Sai.ms! (5. 31. I. Ii.'!ni. I have levied upon and sclicil all the H;Iir, tlt'e. lateral ami rUlm .f the said Unknown ll.'ir. ol Sjinint-I U. 11. I. Itrlm. of. In an I to the IoIIhcIUS drsctiuta real eat. to-ivlt : 1T:eKitlie3't ij-jartrr lHI"f wllmi Ivfnty fite "55!, tiiiiwhljt dxlr-lhtee (Cl. mn;e forly oiie(It).all In Unit Cimr.ty. bt.de ul .Miwurl. !1 lylif anrt brine hi the i-iil'coniity. ami Stale nf Misarl. sr.il I wlll.eii ihviishav, wstAi v ah, isas. oIS nnd r,20 rhx St.. I naught but p!eaatit rccoHeclions to bo 1 betwreii the hoiir- of ilne oVt.K-ic lit the fnre- cher.shel by r.U present, 'iho young . 'k-:rl ihVihecdyof oI men presented Miss Anna with a hno;tfon; ci.univi.I IM: af.TeviW.rii t'i- same. or rocking chair as a memento. An e!e-;o much t'lr-.of n-.-iy l-e rrTilrrd.at puShc gact luncheon waived and all weni : lilt presenteil with button-holo boqueta aa,'"3" n. FRAMK. Bcuvonir3. Kson Ksostsk. shctllt ot HoUCouuty.Mo, 4 (