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O. P. VAVSXYZ&. Ed. and Prop. OEYTESVILLE, - MISSOURI. DaoerU CemmltU Mestlnx. The Chariton coontj Democratic central com mitt will bold a meet ing at the conrt-boo, in KeyUa flls. on Monday. March 5th, 1894, at 1 o'clock, p. m.t for the purpose cf laying; plans for the entiling conn ty campaign. Ae important busl- n-s is to be transacted. It 13 nrjd that every member of the committee preeent. I JOBX KXArPSSBEBQEB, J.'J. Moose, Chairman Secretary. Jcrrsaeox Citt laye claim to baring th poorest rallroa J depot In the state. And yet Jefferson Gty is the capital of the great state of Mis souri. A barrel of Missouri appiee now brinze an much at a barrel of floor. Ilex Peck is the name of a stream that meanders through Carter coun ty, Mo. Its waters ar adapted to a certain class of husbands for bathing purposes. Tor senate Is still wrestling with the Wilson tariff bill, bat few change iA the measure have aa yet been made. W. K. Putter has purchased a root rolling Interest In the Carroll Xn Democrat and is cow wielding ihe chief editorial quill on that ex cellent journal. Col. S. B. Cook, of Mexico, Mo., has called a meeting of the Demo cratic state central committee which will b'beld at the Laclede hotel, in 8t. Louis, today. . Sexatob Eowakd Wdite, o! Lou isiana, as nominated for associate lattice of tb Uuited States supreme court by PfsMVut Cleveland last Ilonday nod bin nomination was promptly confirmed by the senate. The lower house of congress) Is making a good record in redeeming the pledgee of the Chicago Demo cratic platform. If the eenate will do aa well, th people will, 'en long, rise np and call the Democratic par ty blessed. Uc8i583 is looking up all orer the country. Tbe highly protected in due tries, which shut down in order to browbeat congress Into main talc ing the robber tariff, are resuming operations cil orer tbe U. 8. and will make the best of the situation. The people will now bae an Inning. The loses of stock in the re cent heavy storms in the vres tern ranges were enormous. In. the New Jersey legisla ture there is a deadlock, and members are calling one anoth er liars without being sensible of any breach of decorum. The Philadelphia Ledger is, on its earnings, said to be worth $2,400,000. Can our readers wonder that we news paper people hold our heads so high? The fact that orer 20.000 ad ditions hare been made to the churches of Missouri since tbe first of September last, makes the state more steadfastly Democratic than erer In-fore. The more religion a people hare the further they are fro a Toting tbe Republican ticket. Tbe Democrat ae now about to apply tbe remedies for tbe Republi can arils that ejfst. Don't condemn the physician until he fails to (fleet ft cure of the patient. Gire th Democratic party a chance to prove tij wisdom of its policies. Tbe Kansas City Packer, the or pin of tbe Armours, bits the bowler Otereredlg. It says: With the ex ception of factories that are kept cloeed for political effect, there is o general resumption of industrial operations all through th country." Tbe report that Republicans and Populists will unite in Missouri to defrat tbe Democratic ticket next November is all rot an J the rankest kind of rot at that. There Is not single principle in the Republican and I'opnllst parties in harmony, and such an enholy alliance would proTe the death Knell of the Popn lists in this state. VTo shall have dollar wheat when the statesmen in con- gress conclude nnaiiy mat natural prices of manufactured articles ought not to be swelled by artificial means in the inter est of special classes. The governorship of Ohio appears to be a kind of oratora cal appendix to the pay troll o m a state omciais. Ail we ever hear about McKinley is that he is away from home making a Republican speech. In these parts their are Cleveland and anti-Cleveland men, but their is no Cleveland and anti-Cleveland party. There is.however, a Democratic and anti-Democratic party, the first of which bears just about the same relation to the latter as it has always done. Away, then, with the nonsense that the Democracy will lose this or that stronghold at the next election. Xewhall Nugget. Miss Ottilia Smith is visiting friends, near Mendon, this week. Attorney McFal), of Mnrcel ine, was here Saturday on bus iness. Miss Katie Pfister, of Mar celine, is visiting relatives here this week. The C. K. of A. lodge held their regular meeting at the Cr vn wxm A PROSPEROUS HOME. 1 13' J eatapwCi - Husbartd. "Why, it's just a married." :ar cjo tomorrow that we were It is announced tbat Livingston county will have a candidate forcon (rress from thin district In the pereon ef linn. Joseph Dart on to succeed the present incumbent, Mr. U.S. II all. Sereral other candidates bare also been "mentioned," and tht prospects are good for an exceeding- iy lirey campaign in the congree Clonal race. Should tbe income tax become lew the president of the United Statee, who gets a salary of $30,000 a year, maybe called upon to pay $ ICO a year as his part of tbat tax lie can perhaps do this and still b abl to wear socks. It is claimed. however, that the president and members of the United States so preme court are exempt irom an income tux. . QeokgxC. lies Tin, of Oakland, CaL, has just come out of the ear jon's hands without a memory. Ills ;5roU wm fractured by a flying bolt. zad the brain was Injured. Although is now otherwise perfectly well, be on not remember his wile or his zaother. ' Although be had a good location he can now neither read or write. Senator Maktix. of Kansas, in troduced a bill in the United Statee senate list Weducsdny increasing from $3 to $12 per month tbe pen sions of Mexieau war veterans und widows of all eoldlera who served in the Mexican war, and who are whol ly disabled for manual labor and in such destitution that $3 per month is insufficient to provide tbe necessi ties of life. Judoe Willi hd I. II all, of St. jvcvU a vwua vi wua iuivj 7Ulbea candidate before the next ;tatv Democratic convention for nomination to tbe supreme court of Missouri. "Kiley" ha ulways ex pressed himself, lu public at least, at ieiDg opposed to monopolies, but ;here are indications that the 11 alls ire endeavoring to obtala a "mo nopoly" in office-holding. Tax Kansas City court of appeal ias recently decided that a telegraph company is ae much a common car-and herefore when it does business in ier as a railroad company. more than env state it comes under he Interstate commerce laws. This 'ecision was made in a soir against a. www tf M- ae esiern union leirgrapn com- f, any to enforce the statutory penal- y o? $200 for failure, to properly ransmlt a telejrrapb men;r. That tbe Democratic party i be- pg tnorougDi3 aou?i m maoy parts of this country there can be no enying. Tbat some mistakes have Wn made by tbe party of our hoire we admit, but not such grave Ind fatal mistakes as by. tb ltepub- can party in its reckless extravn jance and wild dierrgard for squan ering the people e money. Tbe Ik- ablicnn party eet the pace, and hen the Democratic party same in p power it found that debts had ?en contracted by the goverrment bich would baTeetjerJtnblr crriited I deficit in Uncle Sam'e treasury re lrdlcssof what party superseded 1 .e Hepubh'cans. That deficit woulJ v a occurred ev n eooifcr Lad the 1 jabneant remained In power. Editob McQcitty, of tbe lloche port Commercial, seems to have ta ken It upon himself to "slobber" the Missouri Press association out of existence, and has evidently taken an overdose of calomel for that pur pose. The result will be watched with considerable interest, especially by the editors of tbe Columbia Her at! and tbe Sturgeon Leader, against whom the Commercial is particular ly vindictive in its abuse. It is given out that Senator Sherman is opposed to McKin ley for president on the Itepub lican ticket. Also that though Boss Piatt, of New York, was willing to favor McKinley to break Blaine, he now has no further use for him. The St. Louis tobacco manu factnrers are said to not be wholly satisfied with the to bacco schedule of the tariff bill. Perhaps congress might be induced to pass a law for the relief of such down-trodden martyrs as Messrs. Catlin, Lig cett and Drummond, of that city. Some of Governor McKinley 's advice as to how to keep the national finances alloat would have been quite appropriate, perhaps, if given to the tin plate or other protected manu facturers who placed him where le had to have subscriptions :o get him out of trouble. He ailed to coin his seignorage. U7t. "So it is ; and, do you know, I a:n wcarinj the same pair of shoes that I was married in, and they are not half worn out" Husband. " So am I." Wife "Why, how strange. Mine were made by the Hamilton Brown Shoe Co., of SL Louis their Ladies' Hand Sewed." Husband. "And mine are their Men's $4.00 Shoe." "Well, let's stick to them for shoemakers for the rest of our lives for hall Saturday last. wcir 5noes wear M lnclY as tney 100; Bernard Cary and Tom Mc Sold bv CHAPMAN BROS Kevfcesvillfi. Guire, of Brooklield, made f J their regular run to Maple Grove Sunday. Lloyd Perry and wife- will leave this week for Indiana where the' will make their fu ture home. Our popular druggist receiv ed a large bill of groceries Sat urday, also a barrel of what do you call it? The voiin ladies of our vi-1 The Sedalia Evening Iiaioo again suspended publication last Monday. The editor, J. West Goodwin, has been disabled for several wetks on account of a fractured hip, the result of an aeeault by Dr. Wood, owner and manager of the Sedalia opera house. Th pablication of tbe weekly Ittxzoo. however, will s continued, and the daily will also be put on Its feet again a soon as Mr. Goodwin gets able to give it. his personal attention. India, which, by the fall 0 silver, has to send to England $25,000,000 in rupees where she before sent $18,000,000 for tier debt, is so disposed to make a fuss about it that the mother government is again seriously considering an inter national bimetallic currency We may be happy yet. WnEX the Democrats turned the government over fo tbe Ilepub licans. in March, 188'J, says th? Lex ington Intelligencer, there was an avail'ibe cash bnl.ince in tbe treas ury of over $l8r,000,0000. Nearly 100,000,000 a year. When the Dr-mocrate received tb government back in Mnrch lajt tbe surplus in the treasury had disappeared. The gold rrwrve was patched up by Mr. Fos ter' device ol borrowing from New York banker. The $08,000,000 ui free gold above tbe $100,000,000 reserve bad dwindled 10 $98,000. Tbe billion-dollar congress added $G0,000,000 to the pension list, in creasing it in four j ears more "than tbe total cost of tbe whole 1st in 18i0, fifteen years after the cloae of the war. Itaddtd 170.000,000 to the regular appropriations. It loot ed tne treasury with one baud and threw away revenue with the other for tbe express purpose of prevent ing uch arrdnctlin of the tariff as the people ordend in 1890 and ttgftiflin 1892. uThe kind of free trade which the U. S. wants is free trade with Mexico and Canada." St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Yes, but when Blaine wanted to include Canada in his re ciprocity scheme the New En gland Kepublicans rebelled and made him abandon it, as under it their people would have to sell ii?h, lumber, coal, etc., at the same price at which the rest of the country could buy them from the Canucks. So the poor Indian's untutor ed mind is to be educated benator Dawes commission to the live civilized tribes are telling Lo that the age is ahead of mm, and tliat lie must no lomrcr muss up the course of empire. In short, he must forego his tribal relations, agree to an allotment of lands in severalty, and form a terri torial or state government. This, of course, carries with it the duty of joining the nation al parties, stuffing the Aus tralian ballot-box, going to congress, and oiuer wise pre serving the dignity of the great American citizen. It also implies the pigeon-toed and dumpy Mrs. Lo shall wear a seal-skin sacqae in place of a wagon-cover, and hire a nurse for her papoose. cinity were moping Sunday on account of the sudden disap pearance of the snow. W. N. Grubbs finished haul mi nis corn oaturday. lie sold to II. M. Allen, of Mendon, at 27 1-2 cts per bushel. Attorneys J. A.Collet and L. N.Derapsey and family,of Key tesville, visited Mrs. Bempsey's home folks, Jacob Smith and family, Sunday. The Misses Smith, with their brother, V. W., and Z. S. Moss, enjoyed a sleighride to their Uncle Pete Smith's, near Gnth- ridce Mills, Thursday of last week. C. P. Vandiver, who edits the best paper in our county, the 'Ciiaritox Courier," s topped on his way from Men don to Keytesville and spent Sunday with the family of Ja cob Smith. There are two youmr men of our vicinity who are in great distress. "We deem it necess ary that some one help them in this their hour of need and what they wish to be informed of is, where marriage license are made and how much they are a pair. Sold by CHAPMAN BROS., Keytesville. DR. T. J. MOORE . BXSIDENT DENTIST. Salisbury, - Missouri The oxlt painless tooth extractor in Char iton county, using Odontunder, Chloroform Vitalized Air, Cocaine, Oas and Electricity for extracting teeth without pain. Tried by hundreds and pronounced a success. . Bar- ing had 25 years experience, stands at th head of th profession. Gold Fillings, Gold Crowns and Bridg work done in the latest styles. Full set of . teeth only Eight Dollars Dental Parlors, - Ho. S15 ".Broadway Homer, the 8-year-old son of F. S. Gordon, of near Scribner school-house, is conlined to his bed with pneumonia. Twice-a-Week Times ! $1.00 a Year-$l.00 a Year. WO PAPERS FOR THE PRICE OF OR LESS THAN A CENT A COPY. F: M. Smith, of near New- hall, is spending the week with his sister, Mrs. L. N. Demp- sey. Master Johu Miller, h ton of H. C. Miller, is on the ick list, lie has erysipelas of the face. Ddture to ct some of CrodrM $2 cnbinet photos, Salisbury, Mo. The For ss Ity Timet, January 16th, 1894, began issuing the Twice-a-Week Timet: Hereafter the thousands of homes in which the weekly Times has been a welcome guest wil receive that unrivaled paper twice a week. The price remains 0ns Dollar a Year. Fifty Cts. for Blx If oaths, 25 Cent lor three Month. The literary and news features, which for nearly a quarter of a century hare mad thhf the reatest weekly in the West, will be maintained. The Twice-a-Week Times will continue a Xempaprr aj)d MngMxiae la One. Oroaxue CLCnn: To any one who will send tbe Times fire new yearly subscriptions for tbe twice-a-week Times, with a draft or post-office money order for $5, the paper will b mailed FREK FOR ONE YEAR. Sample copies free. Address. The KANSAS GITY TIMES, Kansas City, Mo. SHERIFF'S SALE 01 lOih Section School Lands. Xntir is bere!T piren. tbut in ohedirnce to and in I'orauanceof an onlcrfof the couuty court of Chariton county, ntate of UiMoari, raafe nml entcrH of ivcocl at the February term. A. !.. in'J, ol said court, a certiSed copy of wbit-h ha ten delivered to me by tbe rWfc of eii'l court, f, lames E. Dcmpscy, berilT of tbe county of Chariton aforecnid. will, tiurinir tbe eeion of tbe circuit court of Chariton county, state aforeeaiij, on TUESDAY, APSIL 10th, XSSI. (it Wing the eichth day of t!ie circuit court of said county) between the. hours of nine o'clock in tbe forenoon and five o'clock in the afternoon of that day. at the east front door of tbe court house, in tbe city of Key tesville, couoty of I nariton and state of Mis souri, aforesaid, expoen to sale at public vendoe to the highest bidder, tbe folio wing described sizteentii section scaool lands, sit uate in tbe county of Chariton, state of Mis souri, as follow, to-wir: The southwest quarter (1-41 of the northeast quarter (1-4) of section sitteea (10). township fifty-flr (5'.) rangetwenty-oue(il). Hale to b noon tbe following terms, as di rected br the countr court, to-wit: Cash in hsnd Oiven v&iiar tar hand as sheriff aforesaid. this 8th day of Febnmry, A. 1. 1894. Wv james l. umursmr, fiheria Qtaritoa lcnty, Mo. LltfEBY'STOBLE. T. P. WOOD, Proprietor. Dorses. Buggies. Carriages and Saddle Hones on short notice. Horses boarded by fiM day or week. Fine rigs a specialty. 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