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of KejUTllle, vai in this city on bosioeM Tuesday eve. M tea Jennie Cocke spent Saturday and Sunday at her home, near Key fcaTille. The infanta o! iter. J. P. FornUh and "Dith" Knappenberjcer are sick this week. Mrs. Crockett, nee Mias Christine Kennedy, is expected home this week for a short Tisit. 1118 Lottie Beazley returned Mon day from a Tisit oI-eeeral days to .' Slater relatives. Miss Lnckie Eidron went to Key- tesTille Friday and spent a day or two Tiaiting friend. Miss Sue Uines entertained a party o! her friends last Friday night by gificg them a 'candy pulling." Miss Orienne iinrriM, a school ma'am of IluntsTille, visited home folks Friday, Saturday and Sunday IL II. Beazley has been confined to his bed with la grippe for several days, but we are gld to note Is con valescing now. Geo. Rocker has moved his family in from the country and has taken possession of the property recently occupied by Mr. Elliott. ' Doctors Winn crad Yaoghan, of Macon and St. Louis, respectively, are attending the bedside of Littl Arthur Vaughan tbis treck. Misi Maggie Hodge, who has been attending school in Lexington, is at home, confined to her room with an attack of nervous prostration. Theodore Shackelford and wife hare returned from near Mendon, where Mr. Shackelford has just clos ed a very successful term of school. Master Arthur Vaughan waa taken down Friday with a severe attack ol pneumonia, and at tbis writing is still very low, although some better. Lloyd Magruder celebrated his 2 th birthday Tuesday afternoon by having several of his young lady and gentleman friends to a 5 o'clock tea. ' Mrs. IL D. Edwards and daughter, Miss Grace, and Mis MattieOwen, ' o! Key test ille, made a short visit to Brunswick friends and relatives this werk. ' Mrs. Wm. Bruce died at her home, near Brunswick. Monday night. She was a truly good woman and we extend our sympathies to the be reaved family. Miss Levi Gilliam, after a pleas ant and successful school jear, near Unntsville, returned home Monday. She will return in a few merLs to be gin the spring term at the same place. M red am1 Eubanks and Witt, of Fajetts, and Davenport, of Atchi son, Kansas, returned to their res pective homes Thursday, having been present at the funeral ot the latsT. I. Beazley and wife. We rfrret to learn that Mrs. Frank Miller, of ft'orborne, w ho, at the time of her fathei's, T. I. Beaz!eyV( death had a severe attack of diphtLerelic ore throat, bos suffered a relapse and is again confined to her bed. Mr. aud Mrs. Chaw. Owen, who hav ns'le their horn in Brunswick for si few months, moved back to KeTlrsvil) la-t Saturday. During tbr vbnrt stay here Mr. and Mrs. Owrn made many unrm friend, all of whom were sorry to seejhem de part. One or to persons, who have re cently united with the Christian chorrU, were iaimenwd in Grand riv er Uoodrt.v afternoon. Quite a crowd had collected, to witn the Immersion, which was quickly di pertvd by n abowtr that eu Idenly cam upon fhnm. The "cock'ng club," cornjKiSovl ol eight or t-n young ladies of thia city, met with Miss Or-ii&e ProsMrr last week and with Mi) Mjrtle Smutx on Wednesday of this wek The meet ings tLoe far have lu very henfl daU and the vianJs which lure been prepared are dlicnt and toothsome enough to tempt tin apptit oI iLe xnost fastidious. T ui nibr ex tend their thni.Ls t. the tUB!EB for Its kind words last ek. LtTnwday n "ht nn'uvtntiuu tioa was held al th ctij hnll fur the purpoae ot nominatirg candidates for the various city r--C2c to b tilled at the fe proaihio: April election. Thw tick( oomlnate.1 is culled tbe "People's1 Ticket," in order to desig naU it from another ticket which w3 probably be la the field, and it CstsZowt: J. 11. Heittl, mayor; J. A. Miller, police judge; I.N. Beager, collector; G. U. iligginbotham, mar. shal; J. B. Smith, alderman First ward; li. S. Freeman, alderman Sec ond ward, and Geo. Klingbeil, alder man Third ward. A committee was appointed to nominate an alderman to fill the vacancy caused by the death of the late Thomas I. Beazley. EccU Echo. ST nCUNXO. The Chariton river Is out of Its banks. Eccles is on the boom. Another building is in progress of erection. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Johnson, who have been sick for some time, are better. Andrew Bell, i.fUr a brief visit with relatives and friend?, returned to his home, at Baton, N. M., on Friday last. M. I. Chupman Is putting a three room addition to his farm residence, near Sou pp. F. M. Duncan, of Salis bury is the contractor. J. F. Johnson and W. A. Dawkins were elected by Walker union as dele gates to the county union. W. S. Wyatt and J. W. Foudree were elec ted as alternates. Wm. Blakley and sister. Miss Bet tie, of near Mendon, vilited their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Johnson, last week. Miss Bettie will remain some weeks. The contract for the buildiug of the Parks school house was let at Pee Dee on Saturday last. A Mr. Armstrong, of Marceline, was award ed the contract at $423.70. J. t Johnson and W, A. Dawkins have been appointed by T. L. Kunz, president of the Farmers' and La borers' union, of Chariton county, as assistant organizers for the county. We were not present at the exhibi tion at the close of Ed. Agee's school at Cottrel school-house on Friday night last, but we learn from parties who attended that it was a graud success. Little Fronie Oldham, who had been making her home with her grandmother, Mrs. IL V. Glenn, de ceased, has returned with her unci'. A. Bell, to New Mexico, with whom she will make her home in the future. Rev. Cobb has changed his ap pointment at New Mope from the 4th Sunday to the 3rd Sunday in each month. lie will commence a protracted meeting on the 3rd Sun day in this month, and will be as sisted by Rev. Armstrong, of the C. P. church. Uuth ridge Jlilt Gossip. s Rain and mud, and a plenty of it. "Uncle Abe" Sportsman has moved over about Cbraneville. Tom Morris was in this vicinitv 0 last week gathering up poultry end hen fruit. The man who practices Ijing the most can generally tell the big gest li. Dr. Darrah reports a "nigger" baby, near the Mills, with a red head and blueejee. "Uocle Nick," as be is called, has returns! from Glaegow where Le has beeu uu Jer medical treatment. lie is much improved. IVte McCampbell ho built a hen house at his blacksmith shop, tied will hereafter give a portion of his time and attention to raising poul try. B F. Mundon had the misfortune to Iie a yearling colt oue duy lust wcvk by the animal's getting tan gled up In a halter end chokiug to dnth. Mr. lVvle, living 6outh of Iudhajthe ducks back v.ith us azaln ana Grove, who has b?ea indisposed for eome time with coLsuinplioa, i Tia iting hr parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Mey ere, of near the Mills. lift. Stevens, the liolinees preich er, filled Lin Mppolutmeot at PolJard echool-houe last Sunday, and will etintinue to dlvi.lf tus bread ot life to both a.tnt and einner al ke at the Mnir plict the fliet Sunday ia each month. StHtMry Set lighting. v . . Jofekses. W. It. Palmer has mored to his new farm in the country. 1 ' I Wm. Naylor will more to the farm of N. P. Ilurt In a short time. Farmers ram plain o! muddy roads, and about the only hauling is tobacco. The P. S. don't go much on sprinkling, but gets lots ot it while the roof is off. Mrs. Tidd has rented her littlefarm in the south part of town to Mrs. Sneed for f 160. " i . There may be some candidates in the brush hereabouts, but they have not shown up yet. L. J. II arris has sold his 40-acre farm, east of town, to Joe Anderson for $1,180, which was cheap. Col. Bell, who has been quite feeble for some time, is much improved and can now be seen daily on our streets, Mrs. Elington sold her household atd kitchen furniture last Saturday at auction and will quit house-keep log. Uon.Tbos. Shackelford, of Glas gow, was here Monday and lion. S C. Major, of Fayette, on Saturday before. li. P. Phelps sold to Ferd Winn 40 acres of land for fl.COO last Mon day. The land is located 5 miles south of Salisbury. Eld. llenry Eubank preached to fair sized audience at the Christian church Tuesday night, lie Is now located at Moberly. Salisbury is over run with dogs, ranging in size from the pocket poo die to a brindle bull that weighs ov er one hundred pounds. Work on the coal shaft now goes on day and night and the coal will soon be reached. Signs of coal have already beeu discovered. Mrs. A. V. Salisbury left for her home, in Kenton, Ohio, Monday.' She came in to attend the obsequiees of her mother, Mrs. J. C. Grimes. The Tindall building in which the P. S. is located is receiving a new roof. The skylight will also be en larged. Too much needed improve ments. Prof, Ed. Westenkuhler is teaching a class in German. It is amusing to see the old fellows us they chuckle: Vir sprechen nicht Engluch in der deutchen Klas9e." There was a mock trial at the academy last Friday night. Judge' C. C. Hammond presiding. The trial was very exciting und the embryotic dteciples of Blackstone spread them celves. Thb heirs of the late Samuel John son," deceased, have sold the home farm to Samuel and Wui. Speoce fdr t G.400. This is a splendid farm and we trust the boys will make a for tune on it. Triple tt Tlmrm. BY WABMXQ Jackon Crockett was in Brunswick Saturday. B. I Fleetwood made a business trip to Keytesviile Monday. Miss Madge Nichols, of Brunswick, spent Sunday with Miss Emma Trip lett, of this city. Miss Cletn Fleetwood is visiting the family of Rev. Carhart, at Nvw Florence, this week. Rev. J. M. Settle preached two very interesting scrmous at the Methodist church Sunday, morning and evening. Mrs. J. 11. Jarrett, of Springfield,! who has been vititiug her father, Mr.. A J Crockett, for several days, re turned borue Tutfday. Mrs. A. II. Catvihrurj. of La Junta, Col., who has been iHtia? the fami )y ol her futliT, A. J. Crockatt, for the hist threw wcvia, returned to her horn? Will ae far. The rainy weather has brought the nimrods are happy. There are two pati8 from Kansas City camp ed ou WI hi w creek this week, but thti fur tbry have not had much luck. Prof. S. C. Mathews i this wek taking a spin over the nouth welter a portiou of tb country. The Prof I.a-b.eniu lnl health fur Home time, acd is taking tbis run for the purpose of recuperating. Dut while he ij tfout ha Kill ulro keep an -eje opa fur a ooii location for the practice of law, which is his chosen prussion. lie will return about Saturday. Mention JUetxi loA. Dr. J. H. Hume was in Mar celine Saturday. H. Y. Skupe is on the sick list this week. W. S. Buckley, of Bosworth, was in our city Saturday. Miss Anna Whalen, of Stan dish, Mo., is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. A. Atherton. U. A. House closed a very successful term of school at the West school-house Friday last. Joe Blevins and wife, of Ft. Madison, Iowa, spwnt Sunday with the family of A. F. Wood. The Monarch hotel changed hands' last week, C. A. Calla way, of near Triplet t, taking charge. Dr. J. F. Osborne and fami ly, of Lexington, Mo., spent Sunday with the family of W. G. Ilerndon. S. E. Painter is having the store-room of J. J. Kendrick re furnished preparatory to mov ing his stock of merchandise therein. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World'! Fair Highest Medal and Diploma. liothfllle Itackct. Health genarallj good. Tlentj of mad and water. Yellow crek U oat of Ler banks and still rising. Mrs. XannUt Smith made a fijing trip to Marceline Tuesday afternoon. . J. L. Hughes, from the north part ot the coontjr, bos gone to Kiowa,' Kas. . Geo. Barnes and wife visited friends and rein tires in the vicinities of Gutb ridge Mills and Mike last week. v Kindall Allen and family now constitute a part of KothTille's population. We are glad to nave inem witb us. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Veal, of near Mike, on t rid ay. the 2nd inst.. ocirl. Moth er and babe are doing well. Wonder why Rothville don't fix op her old sidewalks or baild new ones? Certainly such improvement! would be appreciated. MLm Sarah Mills, of Marehaltown. Iowa who has been visiting her mother here for some time, returned to her home Saturday list. Martin Allen, of near Mendon. has been qaite sick at the home of his brother, "Uncle Uaniel Allen, of tbis place, for several days past. Oar school closed Friday Inst after a very saccedMM tertn ol six months, tausbt by Frof. W. A. tftratton with Mus Berta Wauirb Ma cow Harnett is tearing down his resi dence on Last Main street in order that he mar rebuild in a more attractive and sub stantial manner. Ria Fhoope moved, last week, into his new houe on tbe farm which he purchased. some s l-J miles southeast ol town. I'roi. A M. Collev has moved into the hoove vacated by Mr. Sboope. John flollownr and cousin. MUsSabra Ilolloway. are contemplating makine a vis it to friends and relatives, at Osrallala. Neb, M e nope tbonzh tbey will make their visit as nort as possible. March has brooch t around several rhaniri-s tnronithout tbis part or tbe county. M. H tlajinourn nas moved Irotn Itotbville to bis farm, S or 0 miles northeast ot town, and H. W i liter moves into the house which Mr. Wafihburn vaeat. flenrv Surfass and brother, with their fam ilies, have moved to Clinton, Summit coun ty. Ohio, where they expect to make their fu ture home. We will miss them, as Ihey were among oor best cittzt-ns. Iheir places as menus and pwhhow will be bard to fill. Wm. Htenbens and rUter started for WiJ- liamsport, f a , last Wednesday, with the ex peclation of making it their future borne. e are sorry to lose those yoang necnlo. as Kotbville has not one to snare, bnt we hope they will be well pleased with their new Home. 'Squire W. 8. Grubba has rented his farm to to I'ete lieck, of .New Li!wry church, for a term of 5 years. Mr. fleek having rented his place to his brother. John Keek, for the same length ol time. Mr. Urubbs and mother will move to Mam-line. We recrret to loe such estimable ci'izens as Mr. ami Mrs. lirubbs. but Kothville s loss is Marccline'e gain. Sumner. Squlbn. E. U. bIt-lloi;tpnt Sunday at the capital. 11. L. Hamilton visited ut. Salis bury Saturday night. Morrison Hughes was In Uu'.I.ilin Monday ami Tnisday. Miss Vnuhun vipiiio Ler rif ter, Mrs. Willioit, at thin place. Mi Georgia Norlhcott is epend- In the wtek with her grandparents, at Liunt us. Mies EI6e Mt-Cul'ouh, who 1 as been visi tins Mrs. C. W. Northcjtv ol this plate, hus retumd to Ler home in Milan. Mis Florence Ilnbinson rntertum d ut the Iiobineon house Tiifs'd.ty fvi'uiJiC nti l all who wert-fortuuutcly pivat'iit declare th eveut oa of the pleasant est of the s a on. Musicand dancing hu order of the hour. Oa Friday uiht of last week Mrs. C. W. Northcott entertained tho youDg people of Sumner with a pleasant littld darter. The gathering was in honor of Miss Elfie McCul rough, of Milan, Mrs. Northcott's guest. 0&15GE Blossoms. W. S. Kobin- The besL MEN'S S SH OE, even made. Inquire of your shoe dealer. CHAPMAN BROS., Keyfcsvillc. son and Miss Maude Uosa were mar ried ut the 31. E church, in Sumner, Morch 4th, at 8:30, p. m. Itev; Rob bing, of Mendon. officiating. The attendants were Dr. J. W. liardy, and Miss Florence Kobbinson. Mr. Kcbinson is a young man of sterliag worth and irreproachable charac ter, while the bride is on a of Sum nerH sweetest and moHt papular young ladiee. We but voice the sen timents of the entire community when w wish and predict for them a future fraught with all the bliss of a perfect union. Seti EiUts Traailtri. Joel D. Beagle and wife to Jamss 11. Rusher, 80 acres, s pt of ne 1-4 sec 9. twp 3C, r 20 2,400.. Barnard J. Edemann and wife to Chrstian Glad bach, s 1 2, ee 1-4 sec lG'.and n 1-2 ne 1 4 sec 21, twp 55, r 10 4,800. Sam'l Flommerfelt and wile to 11. C. WiIou. lots 12 and 13, in blk 11. town of Satnner ?G0.- Chas. C. Hicks and wife to lliram W Tippett, sw 1-4, sec G, twp 5G, r 18 5,170. Jefferson Davis Brum mall and wife to L. D. Brummall, undivided 1-2 of lot 1, in blk 8, town of Mendon 540. Aea G. Irviu und wife to B. F. Fleetwood, 40 ft off the w end of lot 9, blk 18, town ot Triplett 800. W. IL Tippett to Al S. Talkington nw 1-4, ne 1-1, eec 31, twp 55, r 16 1,280. C. J. Hampton et al to C. S. Wiley e.u 1 4, ties 1G, twp 54, r 20 5, 600. " John P. Coleman and wife to A. F. Tooley.lot 1, in blk O.Kellogg'a add to Keytesviile 1,225. Henry A. Kincaid to Thos. I Uorton, sw 1-4, tec 26, twp 55, r 18 $800. Henry Naegle and wife to M. H Llolcomb, pt of tbe ne 1-4. nw 1-4 bee 1. twp 53, r 18 5. IV W. Beul! and wife to Baltbaser Metzger, lots 3 and 4, in blk 13, Thompson's add. to Brunswick 150. Thos. E. Gi'.Iam and wife to Lelia Gilliam, lots 1, 8 and 17, in blk 34, and lot 2, in block 33, Price's add. to Brunswick 300.. Nancy E. Sneed to F. K. Smith, e 1-2, nel 4, sec 28, twp 54, r 1G 800. W. L. Triplett and wife to Frank Itiggin, lots 7 uod 8, in bik 22, town of Triplett 225. Chas. 11. Mason and trife to E. V. Enyeart, pt of the e l-2.of the te 1-4, ec 25, twp 54. r 20 2,500. W ui. Turner to Francis Mavhugh e 1-2 ne 1-4, sec 30, twp 50, r 10 400. M. J. Lusher aud husband to B. K. Builiugton, li w 1-4, nw 1-4, eec 32, twp 55, rl7 400. James W. Ashley r.Ld wife to A. L- Aehl-y, en 1-4, ee 1-4, stc 30, twp 55, r 10, lint Ural love aud affection aud the huui of 1. Wm. Drew to A. L Which, undivid d interest e 1-4, tsw 1-4 eec 5, twp 54, r 17 G. Jsyrob J. Keller to llenry Schnetz- ler, 74 acres off th j e sido of the nw 1-4 tej 14, twp 53, r 17 $2,500. Wm. M. Tavlcr rfad wif to A. C. Fleetwood, lot 12, in blk 32, town of Triplet 125. Wm. B. Ilobbina to A. Eumn-rich, pt ol th ne 1-4, bv 1 4, etc 20, twp 53,rlG-225. M. Gornett to John . P. Kiddell, a lot of land lying and situated as fob lowc: Commenceing 175 w of then e corner of lot 19, town of 'llothville, thence e 130 feet; thence e 50 feet, thence to the middle of Yellow creek, theice.w witb creek 80 feet, thence n to the n line of lot 1 8,thence e to place of beginning 200. THE HEAD COUNSELING PHYSICIAN And eminent specialist of the Chicago Dis pensasies. at 4401, State St., 136, 8. Clark St.. and 189 W. Madison st. f inmrnnmtull has visited Missouri for 23 yrs, and on Toes day, March 13th, 1894, by reqnebi of many friends and patrons, will be at the Keytes viile Mouse, Keytesviile. Mo., where he will give free consultation in German or French on all special, private and chronic diseases. The most succeenful methods and wonderful enres in the world. Patrons ore requested to call us early in the day as possible. Distaae exactly located without any questions. Any person who is unable to call will be examined in their home free by giving due notice to the Chicago or to the local office. Treatment sent to any part of the United States. Ref erences: Messrs. Fuller A Fuller Co., Morri son, nunxmer ot to., urabam Sons, and Worth & Taylor, bankers. Address all com munitations to V. M. BAIR, 4401 State Street, ' Chicago, Ills. OFFICIAL STATEMENT Of th Farmer Biok of Chariton cocntj,,t Key t"rille. atat of Miuouri. at the cloae of liwne on the iSlth Uiiy uf February lttiH. KESOCECES. . Ixwns and dUcount uuUonlitt.lly good on pergonal or collateral -iirity . . . J&luCAi (W Loans and diftcoatita undoubtedly pood on real estate aecurity S750 28 Orerdrafu by aolrent customers 64 United Statt-a bonds on hand O 00 Other bonds and stock, at their present cash market price . . 10100 00 Real entate at present cash market value..... tril 49 Furnitnre and flxtures............. 17,14 79 Iue from other banks, (rood on sight draft. k 115'53 06 Checks and other cash items. hit 2$ National Bank Notes, lefral tender United uiu coin . . . law 00 Silrer cole; ' 401 4 Total. STU4.-18 fiS LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid In a TlOfWO 00 Surplus funds on han.l......... .. 4741 74 lH-pits subject to draft at tight by banks - and Iwnkrrs , 0 OO Drpiwita subject to draft at sight by individ uals and othfn . 51696 Deposits salject to draft at (riren dates - 0 00 Bills payable and bills re-dicouuied. ... 7000 00 Total., STTE OF MISSOUKI, County of ChAriton, I" We. L. M. Apple- ste, lresidenr, and A. F. Tooley, Cashier, of swid bank, each of us, do solemnly swear tlist ths above statement is true to the best of our know ledge aud belief. L. M. APPLKGATE. Prerident. A. V. TOO LET, Cashier. Snbsrribed aud sworn to befora me. this 6th dav of March, A. D., eighteen iMindred and ninety for. Witnmm my hand and notarial seal the Uate last SEAL aforeaaid. Commiwionel and qualified for a term exuirinr January nd, 1'J6. ED. T. U1LLER, XoUry Public forrecV-ArriST: , JAME1 C WALLACE, THOMAS J. MARTIN'. VDiBEcroes. GEO. II. APPLEtSATE. J SHERIFF'S SALE: By virtue and aothority of a special exe cution issued from tbe office of the clerk of the circuit court of Chariton Countv. Mia- eocri. returnable at tbe April term. 18t)4, of said court, and to me directed, in favor of state to use of A. F. Tooly, treasurer nad ex-oUlcio collector of 6 nari! on county, Mia-. ouri, and against James GuthridRe. 1 hava levied upon and seized all tbe njjht. titlo, in terest and claim of the said James Gnthridca fr taxes for tbe years 1887. 18M8. 1889. 1890, 1891. of. in and to the followinir de scribed real: estate, to-wit: 80 acres tha south half (12), of tbe north vest quarter ii-j, oi section i8J, towosbip fifty five 531. ranire eichteen f 181. alo 120 acres of east half 1-2, and south west quarter 1-4 J of north west quarter 1-4, of section twen-ry-eiirht f281. townehin fifty-five f551. rntifra eirfhun 18J. All lyinj? and bting in th said county, and state of Uisdoari. and I will, on Tuesday, the 10th day of April, A. D., 1894, between tbe Lours of nine o'clock in the fore noon and live o'clock iu the afternoon of that day. at the eat front door of the i-ourt boose, in the city of Keytesviile. county of Chariton, aforesaiJ. sell the came, or so much thtreof as may be required, at public vendue, to the Liirlifdt biddi r. for cth iu " hand, (subject to all prior liena nrnl ju;, ments), to satisfy said execution a ad costs. SherLT of Chariton County, Misouri. Marcus Stephana t al to Chap. Ale. Ciilloagh, 20 acres off tbe n pt e 1-2, 8 1-4, pec 3, and 13 1-3 ncn., lt-io tbei:orlb of the w 1-2, p 1-4, stc 3, all in twp 54, r 21 300. W. A. Williamaou and vile to Thos. J. Williamson, e l-2. ee 1-4, sec xi, twp ou, r ao ?3,000. Thod. J. Colley and wife to T. P.-1 Twyman. w 1-4, bo 1-4, sec 5,' twp; 54, r 16 ?1,365. i :: - James tl. iiibbler acd wife in TnVn T tTtKlvl. t 4 . A. ' 53, r 19 ?4,000.