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xyOLUME XXIIa KEYTESVIIiLE, MISSOTO .. ... i i . ' .- i . . ' - " i - . i rr . . . 'ft- r v 5 A Bold Bsrgiar at Brurwlck. . Iat Tasaday noralag- between '3 and 4 O'clock Isrglar effected aa entrance to J. J. LIcWs dry goods and clothier store, at BmMwirfc. by ciiiaMiig up oo W at tha rear of ths atora-room and gaiaing aceeas ' through A back window. , ". . ,Tba tnbootor evidently proceeded at ca to the sale, drilled a bole la the aale door, inserted a charge of rvrwW and bUw the door oB Ita bine, fit rifled ths aale, curing 75 la money and a gold watch charo, and than Wt tba store-room by the mbm window through wbWh be bad entered. 5olhtsg elee was mkwd axerpt what was taken from th ult. "' v; Fart of tba toola tba ' burglar . need wra ant at 8ta1 Ererly's, a Brusawirk blacksmith's, bat tba uoctarnaJ prowler, it is tboneht. bad bia drilling toola with, him, Mr. Everly'e toola vara left la Ur. Utkmi'm atora where tby vera laden tifled by Ur. Ererly tba tiaxt raoralog. A ataos vaa la . Mr. Evnj' placa of ' baia on Monday vbera ba maadad aoma . kind of a tool, aad it la aoapaettd that tbia bib vaa tba burglar. Wa andmtaod tbat sa&a answering tba ' daacription of tba mao 1 vko vaa ' la Mr. Ervtiy'a Llackamitb abop last Monday vaa eao ia tba neighborhood of Sbanaoodala tba Mxt day vbra b vaa Inqnirictf tha vay to : CIaov. ' , ;v DoVt failto see the reat "bargains . that RosocsUin, of Brunswick ia novr offeriDg in T7rap3 and ' clothing for-the Eaxt thirty days. . If you do . yon 7ill nif3 a golden oppor- tnnity that nean3 . money to yon, ' AecidaitaL'y Bkot. ' - t7 l?arn from the SAhiborj iws- :Jl j.:ct tbat Ollie Rejnolda, a 10-jc-x!ieon of John Rejnoldt, ho Ilrt? cfeic rjuilsa aoutbof Saliabury, TTa out buntlus last Friilaj' with Eobt. liajet, a son of Fred ilrj-e, trtiijua rajr during their 'iunt n it yon of tha Utter went off acci- ' - -r-'S fti'.' ' rr, ti?ci.ars3; j '.j"cZ-,:ij jouhs IjnoIJ'a bip. ak"io a boJd about tbe iie of atea tup. A larje nnmber ot the ahot hata befn taken out and while tbe wound Is very painful It ia not con- tiideruldanserous- . ... 'Haye you heard of thereat ireduction tht Roconstein, of Bmnst7ic:, is aafcing in all departnents of his large dc?bla Btore for the .next 30 , .dty? :if not, it will be to venr interest to call and see' hin.' .- : . - . . . Cbe following tken from the Sal- ' Ubury lntsaSpectatorl "awfur If "Two girU in Salisbury ar wear , ic-j ecstsenent ring given to them ' by tha tame fellow, yet both think : tfcey are mortgaged property. The question of ownership will likely be ttl0 before next Christmas.M- TaWa vDl ba blood In tbalr aya, - J -And von't tha fur fly, - ' Wbto both girla diacorer ; They hata tba ama"vNtrr' ' : If you want dry Roods, Cijclotlitnff. 'ladies wraps and xcasonablo furnishing goods at greatly reduced prices for the nest 30 days ko to Bo ; eenstoin of Brunswick.' V V-jl yqujrant to be happy for 189 .and etpr'taVreafl,r come and pay what yon o eta-, and boy what you Deflofme. If ;u do not awe m .V.-buv nloe Iir)4iur money will do V you uiurw gut I lire than elsewhere. - It will get ujtittt paint, more hard ware, jnore lumber and a "better quality. M. 11. Holcoub. ri Dr. PI il. Ufments, the popular . eashierf the Peoples bank jof Salts-, bury, watunanlmonsly rtrelected to " thatpofciUon by tha board of direc- tors at a meeting of tbat body last Wednesday. - The board also re turned Its sincere thanks to the doc tor for bis untiring efforts In behalf oftlvjuatltution. . Lewis .LUIe, oSumner, transacted - - businesajit the capital iaAt-Satur ' day, and remembered the Corxuia In ":V Loth a todal and financial way while here. Lewij ia the best lookis bach , clor la Ccnalagham township cc?pt -r.r:atb Crlr. Ltl'i ..An Elopement. For some time Milton Bennett, of 5 miles northeast of this city, has been a suitor for the heart and hand of Mias Alice Taylorj an accomplish ed daughter of Mr. A. 8. Taylor, of near Keytwville, but owing to pa rental interference on tbe the part of the young lady's father,, the young couple had ben unable to wed.' But as true lore, from time immemorial, has laughed at parental restraint, locksmiths, etc. young Bennett did not propoee to be' an exception to the rule. The pair bad been plan ning for some time to out-wit papa, and Monday morning last Milton, seeing his opportunity during the ab sence of Mr. Taylor,; who on' that day attended the funeral of "Uncle Bam' Johnson, near Sbunnondale, the undaunted suitor hied himself to the recorder's oCIce and procured a marriage license, admonishing that oiScial to" say nothing about the matter. ' . .' ""'" , After'obtaining tbe consent of tbe law, Mr. Bennett drove to where his affianced waa waiting for bias, neer ber home, and In company with the groom's sister. Miss Mary Bennett, and a young man whose namewedid not larn, they drove over to Salis bury, where un obliging clergyman pronounced tbe words that made tbem man and wife. They returned that , evening to the borne ot the groom's parents where they will spend several days before going to Mr. Bennett's 'arm, near CbranevUle, to make tbeir future home. The Cocbieb wishes the happy pair peace, pleasure and prosperity throughout their wedded life, and trusts tbe usu al parental bleesing will soon follow. 0'DU Aetywttad : ' - ". Tha ci -ot " Frank; "O'DeiC wbicii was to bate come up before 'Squire 11. A. Wheeler, at Key fsville, last Friday, when called for trial was dis missed by Prosecuting Attorney Wallace at the cost of the prosecut ing witness, O. 1. Dearmin. The costs in the case amounted to some thing over $20, which Mr. Dearmio promptly paid. The defendant was charged with threatening to Octroy a coal mine belonging to the prosecuting witness, near Prairie Chapel, but it is said there was no evidence to establish bis guilt of the charge. At tbe time of his arrest, O'Dell was unable to give a bond of. $300 for' his appearance before 'Squire Wheeler last Friday and he was com mitted to jail. Ths defendant now talks ot bring ing suit against Dearmin for dama ges on ths grounds ot false imprison ment. Dr. Price' Cream Baking Powder WorWa Fair rUsHaat Award. From what O. B. Anderson' says be must be the champion tobacco raiser ot Chariton county. lie was heard to make the remark Wednes day, that be raised 5,445 pounds of tobacco on two acres of ground, and that the tobacco grew so well , and so fast be didn't get a chance to sucker it until he got ready to cut It. TLU is undoubtedly tbe biggest crop we have heard of being raised on that amount of land. Next! : Go to Hansman . & Rick and call for their 1891 hand-made Bour bon. You will find it matured well,. pala,ta ble and strictly pure. ' VeUea. All parties knowing themselves in debted to J. T. Swain & Son ' wili pleatecall and settle at oxcx. All accounts not paid by Feb.lst, lb04, will be placed In tbe hands of." toe Merchants' and Traders'association, of St. Louis, for collection. T . ' J. T.wadi & Bos. . Da Ttm Owe V1 ' We are needier aTery dollar due us ba ouUtndicx accounts, and ur Ctstly rtqecat til thoca iadsbUd to ca to plciss ccH aad csttlx ; ' ' O.U. Dswsr&Cb. XClad by Els Taam. " Last - Saturday morning between 0 and 10 o'clock, Rev. John W. Westlake, residing about six miles northeast of town, started 'out witb his team after a load of worn!, little thinking that within a few hours he would meet death in a violent manner.. ..." .No one knows just bow -the acci dent happened, but the supposition ia that his team became frightened and ran away, throwing him under tbe heels of the mules, by which be wa . fatally kicked. About 2 o'clock that afternoon his wife be came alarmed at his not having re turned, and search was immediately made for him, with the result of find ing his body bruise and bleeding in the middle of . the : field. ' Meesrs It. Y. Glenn, Ben Bell and others were sent for and hurried to the scene, and at once removed him to- tbe house. ..When found be was still .alive, but unconscious and remained so until bis deatb. Ilie head was badly cut and bruised and n?ar tbe small ot his back was a large brulee, tbe shape ofka mule's foot, where he had nodoubtedly been kicked. Tbe wagon and team were found later in the day, and .proved that there had been a run-aw ay. - Kev. Westlake was a native of Boone connty having been born and raised on his father's farm, near Co lumbia. At the time of bis deatb he waa forty-five years of age and had been twice married. Ills first. wife was Miss Sophia Wilson, .of Keytes- ville, by whom he bad. one child, -n lovely girl now 11 years oId., Mis last wife wan 'Mrs. Jane McKinnejy nee Miss Jane Brooks, by whom he had two children. ; ' vn Grief is noticed on ereryhabd- on account ot tbis ,gpO'iicKj-;.Wi&u death, lie was honest and indus trious, a good neighbor, a kind hus band and a loving father. -id is fd-,1 neral was preached at the Holiness church, at Eccles, of which he had long been a member, after which all that waa mortal of Kev. Joha , West" lake was laid to rest in tbe cemetery near the church. Wbil coming into town Saturday evening, Tom Yandenberg and wife bad an experience with a runaway team that will not be forgotten by them soon. Tbe team they wen driving, owned by "Jack" Dorrance, northwest ot town, became fright ened near tbe court-house and came into Main street on the run. At ScbeU's corner the wagon waa only prevented from turning over by striking against the; sidewalk. The team turned south at Phillips' stable and .threw Mrs. Yandenberg and three children to the ground : and broke loose from the wagon.. Tom stuck to the team until they were caught by otber parties near Hud nell's lively stable. No one, strange to say, was injured in the ' least, although tbe lady and little baby wera thrown fully ten feet when the wagon turned the corner at Phillips' Hrery stable. . 7 H0TIOE.V w; ' We herewith give notice to onr customers that the drawing, for the fine boggy we propose to give nay to some one ot our patrons, will take place on Feb. 1st, 1894.. AU out-standing accounts must be settled by tbat time. .If a' customer witb an unsettled account should hold the lucky, number .he will not be entitled to the buggy,' and it will go to the-two largest paid-up ac counts. . . , - . ' - C KEKTla & Walteb'. " . ' : . . KetesviUe Mo., ' Luther Jackson, who for' some time has been running a bakery and res taurant In tbia city, bos sold -out to Jordan liall, ot Salisbury, who took charge Tuesday morning. " Mr. iiall Is an old band at the business and will, no doubt, build up a large trade here; Ed. Dobson will remain witn bim as baker and - confectioner. Lu ther will return, with bis family, about the middle of this month, to his former home, in Salisbury. y . . Pattman &.47IUi, of IJ ale City, bought 17 bead ot tauler from Bca Davis, ol Bilixbury, Saturday cad clzo clipped taothcr cr Iced frcs plica LIcnday. ' Tha Tomb. Brill: John Harrison 'Bill was born In J Frederick county, Virginia, IJecember 6, 1819. Died,' January, 6..1804, aged 74 years and 1 month. vMr Brill was of German and Eng llj'b descent. He was born and raised oq tbe same farm as his father, the grandfather having acquired ; his right to the land in 1743. Mr. Brill was married, to Sarah A." Milhon, of Winchester,' Va., J?'eb. 14, 1842. They, moved to Hendricks county, Indiana, in 1852, where they resided nutil 1867, when they located in tbis vicinity. To' tbem- were born 13 children, nine of whom are living. Twenty-four years ago the sainted mother fell aslej in .Jesus, and now tbe father, who has kept' tbe faith, bus gone to bis reward. . ' As a citizen Brother John U. Brill was honest in all bis dealings. A m4n whose word was taken as tbe t!rutb, and was highly esteemed, by those with whom be. mingled. - , . .There was none of the negative in his; 'make-up. He was all positive. Que of the most' outspoken men wo ever saw against what he thoughtto ber wrong. What be was be was; there was no attempt to conceal. Socially be wae a man tbat loved bis own1 home and. family, but he welcomed bis friends, and loved to have tbem with him. His social qualities were best exhibited to those who met him aronnd his own fire- Bide. 7 ' . - There werti flashes, of humor , in his social make-up that sparkled like diamonds when in conversation with his meat Intimate friends. ''. Keiusiy, he was brought up .in tut i.: .ran i&un, nis iataer ceig &tsAi ,of4imCxvtrvrr b; Bu tr m ore than 40 years ago be, was happily convertethto Christ, and joined the Methodisfi; church., His convictions were.deep, Jii8 faith strong, and his experience clar. He had a family altar upon which be made his offering as long as he was physically able. He loved the . preachers of his churcb next to a member of his own family, ; nnd . the. preachers,, when visiting him, felt more like being in the c Dm p any of a . father than a brother. " '' '. For many years he had been great ly afflicted.' Let us now bope tbat he is at rest. .,!-- "By their fruits ye shall know them. He that sowetb to the Spirit shall of the Spirit reap life everlasting."- :r v : JoBkaox: Mr. 8am'l Johnson died at his boma, near Sbanuondale, last ; Saturday, Jan. 8th. of la grippa aod pneomooia. aged 73 years, 4 taootbs and 6 daja. ".Mr. John son waa born in Howard count, this atata, Aoff. Slat, 1820. Ha waa ''married to Miaa Barbara A Hmht, Jan. 2, 1845, while still a reaident ol Howard county. ifetnoTtd to Chariton in 1 847 wherw.ba haa ainca lived. II la good wife preceded hltn to tha great be yond about three years' ago. '. Their-.marriage was bleaaed with nine children, aix of whom are eUri liring., J ;ljncle Bnm" John eon, as ha was tenderly and affectionately called by bis more Intimate friends, had been conaiatent, xealoua member of the Chris tian church for 40 yt&ra. Ha Was' alao one of the oldeet members of Warren -lodged. No. 74, A. F. A A. if'at KeyteevMe. Fn neral aenricea were conducted by 3d. J." P. Fof niah. of Brnnawick, last Monday, after which interment took place ' with Maeouic "honors at Aabnry I hapet cemetery, 'near ' hla home. Another good man baa gone to hia reword. - PmLLir8. John J. Phillips died at his home, northeast of Keytesville, Saturday, Jan, 6th. 1894,' of "acute pneumonia, after an illness of eight days, aged 40 years. Tbe funeral ser """crebeldat Mt.Pleaeantcburcb, nea'i .ridge ;MiIls, on Monday, conducted by Rev; P.. 11: : Sears. . A wife and eeven children survive the deceased, and have tbe sympathy of tbe entire community. In their be reavement. Mr.' Phillips was a mem ber ol tbe Baptist church, of which denomination be had beena member ten years. . X - ' ' ' '.' . , - ... . . . . . ' ' LAacASTEB; Sam'l Lancaatar, living aix mileaaoath of KeyteatilX died last Satur day of general debility at tha ripe old age of 78yaara.". ' ". "'-' ; ' ; Tha Corrrra condoles with onr vivacions frt-J, E - : Hayes, of near ehainoca, ulctc - : iawaTlkiaa last FHiaj aritrcljl t above tU aiAla. Ida Tolson Bkipa. IdaTolsoD, the colored girl, men tion of whose arrest waa made in the last issue of the ConniEB ; for ' forg ing the names of either Mr. or Mrs. J. S. Gilliam, living three miles; west of Keytesville to. several orders on which the young n egress succeeded in obtaining about f 68 'worth of goods during the past three ' or four months from C'F." Munson, a ;Dal ton merchant, skipped out on Wed nesday night of last week. ? '. Through tbe loose handling of of ficial reins Ida wae not placed, under bond, and it is reported she waa lent some assistance in "skipping . by the light of tbe moon." We are informed that she was seen to mount a horse and ride' off behind some ono, and that the ' horse was recognized bat it waa not known at tbe time who bad th.e - animal in charge. when ;"Mis8 Tolsott" was as' Misted to. fly from the wrath ;ol the law.-..'" '- ?y?'-y'-.-fr The dusky female former all along stoutly denied her . guilt - ;of , the charges against her; but the fact of her sudden departure, would indi cate to the contrary 1 ' The party or parties wbo assisted her In making her escape' 1 ought to be handled as Is provided : by . the statute In such cases: - - V' ' .. - Later. She was recaptured, near Brunswick, last Sunday, ; and; the grand jury1 which is .in '.session -at Salisbury, this week, no doubt wjll be called upon to look into the caee- '. Sam't Johnson s "Will. ; ' ' 'Sqaire Henry Hayes, of Salisbury! was at the capital Wednesday, and while here was granted lette'ra by. the probate' court as executor of the last will and teettraent of . --i'i-Jot'n- . The will provides that his entire estate be divided equally among bis children, David E. Johnson, Geo. T. Johnson, Wm. P. Johnson, Eva- S. Spence, Christina Hayes and . Emma Mason) after first bequeathing. 100 each . to his grandsons. Samuel M. Johnson, son of David E. - Johnson, and Samuel Johnson, son ot Geo. T. Johnson.' . s . 'v Advancements of . the estate bad been made to David E., Geo. T. and Wm. P. Johnson of . f 2,000, each, and to Christina Hayes of f 1,000 and to Eva S. Spence of f 600, . bence it is provided by. the will that .'these amounts be thrown hotch-potch in to the estate and the entire amount divided equally among the six chil dren. . ; ' . : .-' . ' The will also provides that a; life insurance policy for $ 5,000,' carried by deceased in the';' Aetna Life ' In surance comoany,' also ' be divided equally among his . children. r . The will is' dated January 13th, 1893, abd.was witnessed, by J. H. and J. L. Spence. ' - -; y r. Mrs. Baptiste Hermann.of Bowling Green pruirie, requests us to extend her sincere thanks to those who have signed a petition to Gov. Stone praying for the pardon ot her hus band, who was recently sent to the penitentiary for two years for being accessory to the killing of young Joseph Brown at a turkey shooting match on Widow ' Grotjan's farm, 212 miles south of Dalton, inV De cember, 1890.' Baptiste Hermann's brother, Joseph, was convicted as principal in ibe " killing." of ;Brown", and h, too, waa sent to the. peniten tiary for two years, but so far. as, we have heard - no 'attempt via - being made to "procure ' Joseph's - pardon. .Xtassy ts loan.' r V ' Messrs. Geo. N."- Elliott t Cp-i al stracters,' conveyancers' and real es tate and loanagents,KeyteavIlle,Mo., extend the compliments of the season to tbeir patrons and friends, and wish to inform : them that they are now prepared to loan money in 'un limited amounts on unincumbered real estate. . For terms, etc., call and see them. Office at court house.'; ' Try the "Nsw Pfocers'! ,co2ee pot at J. T. Swain & Son's. It only re quires from ' one-tall ! to., two-third j the maount of coZzs ccci; j by ;tby oUproefavlV'.'.v i xreeman Cass Iteversed. . - . . f- --. , The case of tha state of Miasourl vs. He rr Freeman.- of Brniiewick.NwM :ttkha - the Kansas City court of appeals last iio- - i" it day,. - ':. y ' "r.-- -: ;,j;', . lam ta tnecasa wberein Fryman asa&altedi' Capt. Louia Benerke, of : BranawicA; .'on th 2th day of May, 1 891. .The next day Free man went before Mayor He'wel; entered A pfc of guilty to violating the citv ordinance o-. erning such-caaea and vwaa: fined 13 . ' This did not satisfy Cant. Rnnok. m.nA - hm' had Freeman indicted at thefoUoTriny'Octo- T' ii wcr Terra 01 ioe curcuix court lor assault Ann '--. battery. Freeman again pleaded gnilty and "; Ibe case waa 8ub8equen.tlT appealed to the- attorney, Messrs. Crawley Jfc Son and T. S.'; V k . Dines, on the grounds that a man-conld jiot r i ' .' be placed ia ieopardy twice for one and 'tW v same onense. tne anneal resultinir in a rerer.. aal of the finding of the court below. ? ; -i -. r. i The LneW Wnmnttra' T . f -. , The raffle at -W' C Gaston 'a drnir star ... ' last Saturday, resulted as follow? ;". t ' : llenrr t orrest.oI KeytesYiL'e. who held No. : ' : v 7. drew the l&rtre ominccld rinir: Jrjiwi ; Cbllum, living foar: milea sontb -ot Keyt- i -v ille. held No. 842 and drew-' tbe-handaoaie r . ' dreasingeaM; T. J.' Martin a 'KeyljeBrOl - merchant, held ?o.y3Gl and drew the raosWi box; 8nmSpeoc, pi near &haooondale.. bekl f ' Mo.437. 4D4;4rew' the fovely, f 00 aolitsira-; ;s - " ; diamond ring": r ;-. . v -, 1 :r: -, oere were ovw cnancea now. da tne bOTe. ' artirlea at 5 rents a cbance. ' . -,r, ' 'Tl-e mrduv operandi -of 'determiaiii' vrbo T -''- '" held the lucky numbers vas by t!if,n tt -l-gun wads, nombered from 1 to 500 and izrr time a numbered wa-1 was drawn frota. oue hat. a wad. representing either a btattk or a,;. ; . -prixe, waa dra-n from another hat and so on- V l " . uutu bii lour oi me prizes were arawo. . .1 boil of hobos:: ' We doff fiur Stetson io;rtb follow ing parties .'whp have r either paid their BubscriDtonV or become - ca- subsfribere to the Cqtbier since 4o'ur; v last i issue:::.-;-.--""';:- J-:. -vT- 't v5-"' r. t'r",- J N DougntyV v ' VJil Welchj v "' ;. Mrs W CRecob,? - ,r. J II Perls'-' -A LCorJ, :; Dt 3 PC-' VT L PerkinsonV.;,, .w it Car t B A Patterson,-; Jo Tilloteon, ". ' i ' .. 1 :-.. Henrr'Laker. - i. '- '-i'. - - J8Duoca,J. -v' '. Jsjner Cltvin;-- ; ' r f -f V' V . Wheeler for the arrest of Wea IeJab,a- yotzj man about 22 years of age, living sear Hen-. don. charging him with stductiOa .under" promise of marriage. -.- - '.. .', The vicrim of Lamb's lusts is Miss Clemmto Long, the 16-year-old daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Long, who resids in the immedi ate vicinitr of Meiidon. - '. -. r ' - Mias Long became a mother on Jani 'lsti ' 1894, and says that Wea Lamb is the father " Y ' ? ' of thechUd. . .. . : . -: . The warrant for the gay deceiver's arrrest; V ; was placed in the hands of Constable i VeatchiT ,' of . Keytesville township. ;wbo went to the,-"',xr country yesterday to arrest Lamb, but he-. bad flown. -. - -: FAC DISTUBBEES. TV A.' Comstock - and i wife 'and their son- George, of near Hcribner school-house.-will ie;M tried before 'Squire U. Av. IVheeler. in Keytsa-" - V v-: .. villa, on Tuesday, 'Jan. I6tb; for disturbins' ' ;; the peace of John Q. Perkins, each of the .da- s! if ' ;H fend ants having given bond in the sum of . .' 50 for their appearance at t1 it time..''; It aeema that the now threr- defendants me . Mr. Perkins, the prosecuting v witness." ia tiav A,K road on January 4th and threatened t v J -thrash, him, whereupon Mr. Perkins sought " :, i the protection of, the law and had his assail-' ' ants arrested. . .4.- '-V-v! '"" ' Mr. Perkins and Mrs. Cbmstock are broth-' , ' : -er and sister, but bad blood is said to havw -l' '". r existed between the two families for some -l ; V time. - ..v - ,;y'- .:' - ---H''fxy.-:u'- Tha K.of P.lodge, at Salisbury, had a pub--' '-. , , V lie installation olbfflcers la tit Monday night. ' V i ' ' The Installation ceremonies were conductor : X - 'y with Dr. F. M. dement aa sraad rhnf:5n- -" 1 S ' - eommandenWi K. Sweeney, grand prelate - and Alf Pannell, grand tnaster-at-arrMw I '' Bplendid tnosie was furnished for theoeL ion by Don Hayes and Bister, Miss Maudor Y Oirl,"was charmingly rendered by Miss EkvW-v"-- fer, the new voc-.il music teacher of ths Mortis i.- .': . Missouri institute, A sumptuous feed wa ' . ' ; ' served in the old city ball, Jftst across tha U m - V bj uviu.un miij, IWU! BM)r fcl' UIIUUI- . -. . tion of the lodge officers.' - ' ;vS " ; V: -Vl?:r i-V - Jl j -Wntliua.' lUmi IMm' " UT ' Williams, four, miles' northwest of Keyts ': villa, Wednesday, January 10th, a j,-wVi; 0': Hswcock: Born, to Mr. and'!-Mrsr;t?altr;V' Haneock. of tbis city, on Thursday, Jaanxry .' .: HUu a boy. , : , ' - -: v - i , ; y ; "' '.V''-?v- Mr.Wm. L HalL representing' ths PepW -; Tobacco warehouse, of fit. ; Louis,-was fa' Key teevflle -Wednesday iu 'ths .interest tlr that Arm.': Mr. :HoU informed s that t' wonld soon send as a lot more barjey tobac- coseedforfresdistributioa.. -. v :.-. . J. M. Haakin, of five miles west of .Kevtos7 ville," returned Wedaeaday trorrr " tare ; -months' visit to his uncle, Wm.' X.Haskia, .'.(' -v of bamp Plmpa .Un.. Vimiif ' If. ' ()' " "'' i.-f was eocompanied home by his'COBv.u, LaasS v'?'-",!. NeU MsPiks;- j:, 'v; il&j: r" r . . Z; -iJvt-;----V1 " Ths new officers of tbe Kot P: lodge7, et X . this plac, were inatalled last Wednesu 1 " v nignt. Edi; T.r Millev oQeisted as. grand' 1 f, chancellor commander, R, TKeeley as granj ' i : ' ' yrKintr, bqu nvurj xorreat as gran a ate ter-at-arms---lV;.'..:v.- " ?"... -' . ' s 'A fizbt occurred, at 0thridg& - Milis, last ths name of Clark received a terrible blow tm 7 V ths bead inflicting "'miita 'an- Ugly wound, " Clark baa ainca been lying in a. precarious v; Masars. "Urn. E. Hill Co., Keytesville: ? f bacconkts, eommenced receiving -their IbU year's purchaae of the weed las t Tuesday.. - : X ,i ' Mrs-T. Ji. 8uri vs n.' cV Catsrj-- ft ' yUtibS " - nlativss ia Ksytesviye aad vicinity. V ; f .- C" AO of rut frnl light afr atlfrdir'"; cr-f t court, at auJ!?.u.r ihii im-k. J y K ' .f'Z' 'V ' 3,-; 4."