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C. r. VAHDTVBB. Ed. n4 Yrop- EETTESVTLLE, - MISSOURI. TIEJE TAB LB nints VI C4WT.35 rissuKas tan Keytesvilis as Felloes: o 12 St. Lock Mall -nd Ex. . .11 18 an . 9 48pm . 4(0pn 6 03pm . 1 43 a m fNo 22 at obrrirAe. FrwJsiiW. No3J AcKrwrM Xo U OraJtba-lirpr Mo 1 KanoOty Express ... oll KCMtawdKipttM. tNo 21 Accomodation FrW i ftwiU Express , K 4.1 a m , X S3 p m 211am nii. -.DailT xrPt Baday, Ko. 1 and ! KcUrJ:.( abCar (teata (tm) and new rcnet r.epinnT.-r jvbmw n n. rhioaxo without ebcs a iu atonat KrterCi lor pwBpr fromCbiUietn. or point orta of Chitti- For RateaTtcketa, Tins TbIU, ttc, p- plU W.ILCAR'OS. Afiaytsrri:Wt. Csa. U- II. r.C-ita. Oral jCM. CrtWil xVs. Tick. Ug- GENERAL DIRECTORY- gpfS .tsMlT. proawewwn; Attoraej- CCtou R. WiTlUci Jnm.C. WaRac f.. Ilid. rpwMot Jadg? Cowty Court, J . A.Iteddiwr.W. DUt na.Nirkprvoe.C CWrk Coatrty Court. Jndg of trotaie U.C. Uttr Probata tiers- Bacrig ... ..Tho. EL ay J. LDww A. L. VVkb Treasurer - Public Adainiatrator Cunty Strrreyor. - II. F. Maore Rami Carter Coom-- .Dr. J. F.Urinaad r ..'tLJnl rmnnUioeof -J. P Colc3J B tcorde D. H.SasItta UcToor-T Carncn (HanthV-r.ev. J. 1L Ele, patr.ScrTir third Sbbath,inoirinjr . aerraTc. and fourth lS. ift of ach raosta. nibDmwi zrSLT morning at o tioct. x fjtjbj- - m Ut redoes. pastor. rWBlDJC MTOBU ounaay Ill uni y ---. - . - riwriTf-nrr CMTc rWfT. J. J. Bqwire. rnichlnc oa tin 8rt Bandar In oca noath, mora Log wis renin. Ka-rrvmu-B UsaAT ilrs. JobaC.Ie. tJhnrUL Ubrory o peatery JrWayaJ- taraooa : S to 3. Vitic Lano. So. 74. A. K.and A. vr a AMei.Uitn 1. D. ApplesatM' ntary mtlng6atirUay rreaw: vrvcrilns Nll-xnooa. Cwakto Ia?o. No. 177. A.O. J. WJ. jrmkx 2ad and 4tb Tday lar at 7 o ok. CutrrosCo. Utouut-Socrrr.-Mti Jt Fourta rhoradajlaaataiaoQtaatSAL-barT Bcrr Kaa-r. A. O. W.-Mrt .J 4th Friday -rin la aarfi month. J.J. Moor. 3. (X; B. U- TUdal.. U. LACnurr Lo. N- 2f 3 Kafcht. Fy- 7. i. if c-,tS rttABwllor lOBBIMrtfC, U..a Miiui. hWper olRwHi aad Sraj; KrrrEenujB f-oooa. No..47f. 1. 0. O. IV . iVL,i,h WU Grand; K. D. Edward. rvwtirnd: O. B. Aa.1mn. F-rtary. !-; ar mtln ty Mondy eairg Piasoa l'J.Craii KQ. r m II. J3MADLEY, uvnro r u ey-at- law, aadBclaryPahUe. cTIIaIHUTJCT. - 31IS0UBI. xrOflc on BroaJwey r Teepk' Cankt A. W. JOHNSON", iltcrcsjatLaw<eyFiilc, SAUSCUUT.MO. -WUl pcrtica in a3 tL Etle Court. THOS. E. MACKAY, Kotary JPitblic. fim FrempUj mM to. 013c with th Probate Juda. J. A. .COLLET itt'j-at-L3 ail Holay'Pfllc, Csi:tlaaj a f jelA2ty. KVOXc with Crawlry Jton. opposite tb Cosri-liooM. T.MILLER, Atbnsj-EHair an! Hctary Ml: KrmSTILLE, HO, 0:with;W. w. Eacktr In rtar of Fax. tcwBnk. ' j'CoIlactioajQproaptly attciJd.to. 1 V Tht Iafittaea e! a CHild. Glob-Daorrat. 'l eaw an Hlastrntion ol the Iq- flnenceoTftUttlachilJ tbt I cver forget," a5J .Tom Barton, o traveliDff man itt tb LlnJell. A party ot s were in Omhu at t!i. hotel. Oar work was dona an;! we had nrrao2?d to jo out and ee the to wd, xpocticgr to hare n cceral good time. The jolltat one in the crowd was a il rammer from Chicago, and. fn Tnct, be had planned the tour of tlw night. Aftr up"pcr the clei k handed him n letter, lie open ed it"carletljr. An exprefMon we who knew him ou the road had ne ver en there, came over hi face, and he read tb letter over eoreral tinrs. Thf-n turning to the rrowd h eald, 'I can't uo with you to nfchr, bojt. Of coorwtj we all nrjd hro to tell n what the troafclo wae, ad he banded the letter to me. 1 read it and without a word banded R to another, wko looked striou$ as he banded it to the lou rih and last ne of tne party. It wm written or rather printed in lead pencil, the let ten about an inch Ion?, and the lines were cot -straight. All that it said wae: 'Deer papa. Be good and 1 a y jour prairs. 1 taj mine' for jcio every oigtit. And don't forget your Utile Bessie.' Iliat was all, but It broko vp the party and every man in the crowi wrotealetttT home thatiibt." a ra ! Lor rrlcet. . Apood miiDj uoerchants are in clined to the opioion that it wttl be a long time lforee 'shall eee he old-fashroned blb prices of the pist one or two decades. They say tiat cur capacity for production is so great that i! aoy3t of injn endeavor to charee more tliaD a reasorrable profit tke elements of competition are put into forte until the norma iettl iscgain reached. If, according to a hardware journal, ooe man now had the monopoly of the tack aam mer trade, and frum bis position bnrao to frruw rich, u dosea others would fcgin to-tcke away Lis ma ket l y turnicc -out tack buuituers aud tby would soon overwhelm him. The boon tDich. began daring the war was canned by our. j)iipr currency, but :measnred in gol prices ere tery.low theu. Later on s.i ma .irood crop- gave iowneiisf umoucJs of foreign money and guod times came at intarval. At pre sent tbt tendency is toward tick- tog to the gold dollar, and price are low. All in .all the result "to each and every one is about the same;. the euHericg comes in getting through the evening up process and reaching the new adjustment of vul ues, from which .operations cua be intelligently planned. .RalnmiVIny Jfot A Scecsu. tcretary Aiorton, replying to a large number of inquiries from ol pans oi me country as to the n- suits of the agricultural deparments rainfall experiments nnd the fed! btlity of controlling precipitation by means of expolotions, has n?nt out the following circular. Implying to yourtletter as to rain making experiments, I have to in form ypa that in no case did they pats the merely experimental stoe and that,propect o! ultimate suc cess is not such as to. justify farmtrs or other citixens in rainmakidg es perimentation. In thi determtna uoq, luagment ana cpinion. l am supported by the scientists and otbte experts in metforology cob nocteil with the Unitedtates weath er bureau. The bombardment of the dies for water, as carried on ty this df part mM2t, did not produce re suits calculated to inspire the hope that any method of coneursion can be made com me re illy eucceesful in precipitating the moisture from the clouds. The more Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is used the better it is liked. We know of no other remedy that alwaTS gives tatirfaction. It is good when yoa first catch cold. It is good when your cough is seated and your lungs are sore. It is good in any kind of a co'ugn. We have 6oId twenty-five doz?n of it and ev ery bottla has given satisfaction. Stedman & Friedman, druggists, Minnesota Lake, Mien. 50 cent bot tles for sale br all druggists. At Kuttano, Ky., Capt. J. If. Johnson, running an Indian curiosi ty boat, assaulted a 11 year-old girl. Iler father, Wm. Littrell. tried to eboot Johnson's daughter pre vented, he was arrested and lyncbs rs followed to i-s penitentiary gates last Friday. . LonlinMj et Gnat Width. - ' The summer before Jay Gould died he had a party of friend's out oor way, and among other things be treated them to a ride to the top of Tike's peak. Mr. Uonld, never ro' bust, felt that be could not stand the trip to the top of the mountain.! The hours dragged wearily along and the millionairo became very lonesome. lie was pointed out tn all strong ers, and by noon almost every man, woman nnd child in the town bad taken a squint athim. Accustomed, as no doubt be was. to this thing, he rmid little heed to it, but about 2 or IJ o'clock In the afternoon h grew very lonesome. lie approach ed several people, bnt they seemed afraid of him. At any rate they did not collida with bin, and at last he gave up In sheer despair- and wan dered down to the depot wbero bis brnutiful train of cars was located. The agent saw him comingand made himself scare. By and by nn old Scotch miner came out of the foothills and, reach ing the depot, sat down on a truck to rest. Tbis teamed providential for the ama86er of a great fortune, and ho sauntered up to the monn tianeer and saluted him pleasantly. For two hours the men sat on the truck and talked, lie. Goufd, in n diplomatis way, drawing out the miner's story. It wttHu't much of a story. The Scotchman for a dozen years had ben trying to vtrike it Tich so be conK get back to bis native land and marry the lassie of kis choice, butfortune bad not corns his way lie was almost die heartened and told Mr. Uool l with ears in hi? eye that be never expected to carry out his matrimoaial intentions. I tmve no doubt the pathetic story totcbed Mr. Gould, -for be wrote a check for &.O03 and gave it to the micer. The man'e sorprise at the unbeard-of proceeding was no more than b!s astonishment on ascertaic ing to whom he wa indebted for tli splendid gift. "Wln-o 41 r. Gould told :ne about the tffairaomo weeks later, heaid: 'Of course th poor fellow's story madi me f4 ad, hoc I think the re lief I found in the viit bad some thing to do with thit check." Ser. Mjron JleeiJ. . JJOVT8 THIS. W offer on oaadrd dollar rrwvfl for any cam ot Catarrh that eannn it b mmr by Jiair Cartarrh Car. F. J. Cbcxet Jt Co. Prop.. roUla, O. We the noderafcned, hare knot m F.I. Che nay for tha hut 15 year, and. belivaa bim perfectly booorabla in all boiim w trc tac tion and financially abla o rarr y oat any obligation mad by tbeir firm. 1 Wtcrr Jt Tsnx, WhosaU Di tioria, ToWo, 0 Drngiit. TotfJo, O. Hall Catarrh Cure 4 taken internally, aciiugmrecijj upon u ifeood aid luvcou arfacea of th ystrm. IMca 73c ti per bot tie. Eold by all DrexUU. T atiaaenLila trw. At 5 o'clock last Friday i notxing tbe drug nnd jewelry konse of De3 uroiner, on me east side square. .a .a Joplin, wa3 destroyed by .firs. Tbo loss In etock is about $12,000, cover ed by insuronc?. The buildh lgis of brick aul stone, owned by Mrs. Crotbers, of Texas, nnd the 1 oss 4s more than covered by Insu.aDce. Ibe origin of the Ore is a mys'terju Tbis is tbe fourth fire Joplin has It&d within the past three weeks. met1 April forecast. April begias in tne midst o sec ondary tlistcrbances warmer with local storms, followed during 3rd and 4th by cool days and frosty nights towards, the north. From 5th to Otb, heavy April rains' with hail may be expected. Mark you! we do not say that such thing will result every day from -5th to 9th, everywhere, but all parts will have somo of the results sooner or later n the period. This is true of all storm periods. The period will lrin. as its disturbances pass east, cool and frosty nights say about 8tb and lltb. On and about tbe 12 Lb and 13tb, look forregrlar reaction ary to warm anil stormy, with cool o cold days and nights passing eastward from west nnd north be- bind the storms. The 18th to 21st is the naxt storm period. atch early, west, late to the erst. Frost n tbo north after the storms. Warm about 24th and 25th, with bbowers, followed bv cooler. Ths 28th to the end of tbo month is a regular Btorm period. Watch it. The Maryland legislature has pass ed a law providing medical treat ment at public expense. Frank T. Mebiwetheb, Louielacr?, Mo's , new Damocratic poatmaster, took charge of the pastoSee, . at that pi ice, last Sunday, April 1st. GnocxD has been broken for Jas per County's new court-house, which will be the finest building in South Test Missouri. A new difference has arisen in. the Behring sea rtegociations between Mr. Bayard and Lord Kimbrly, which, if not speedily settled, may lead to diplomatic trouble. Senator Beice's feast seated 132 guests. Leghorn bats were among the favors. The hand-writing on the wall was not read, experts busy at tlu Breckinridge trial. being Every Indication points to a wild rush for all the gold diggings of the West ua soon as the melting snows w 1.1 permit operations. Many uban- Joned gold mines will be rt opened. The Jacksoncounty court is inves tigating the claim that County Clerk, M. S. Burr, owes the county $19.- 401. Lie denies the accusation and furnishes a statement showing that the county owes him $5,017,53. Bours CncxRAX, the noted New York congressman, while at Mexico, applauded Cleveland for vetoing the seignorage bill, denounced the Wil nou bill as amended by the eenate as nn a protective measure, and said: ''Let tbe Republicans pass it." Tec Marion county court will be ntked to cull a special election to vote upon tbe proposition to appro priate $20,000 for the erection of a cdart-bouae, nt Hannibal, and $G,- 000 to make necessary repairs to the court-bouse at i'almyra. Eucklen'i Arnica Eaira. The best alve In the world for Cuts, Bruises, 'Sores, Ulcers, Salt itbeum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap pd hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively ewes Piles, or no pay required. It isiaranteed to give perfect satis faction, or money refunded. Price 1 cent a box. Forsuleby W. C. Gaston. nsiars youe "OProaTUTniT. 'We call the attention of onr read ore to the remarkable clubbing offer. iathisieeuc, by which we can send this paper and th Sunday JPost-Dis-pateh to the same address for one year forthe low sum of $2. This is rtbe best cfT;r ever made by a coun try weekly newspaper to its readers. kin addition to this, every sabscriber to tbeCooRiEtt and tk Sunday Post- fVispsUh. under this arrangement, can secure tbe bcautrfnl world's fair u , . , e,.-., f,., v. aW.,e veortn more than tbo combined cost of tbe two newepapers. rw . iceeaouera are made by our ar rangemeot with the St.iLouia Vostr DlvRnttbi and only those who pay up back dues nnd renew, "or subscribe for the CoUBiEit ore entitled to them. Tit Cld Foits Xa,t. KdFkKV Wanhington. rostage was a luxury in 1816. It cojt'iU cuts to send a letter 30 miles or lees; from 31 to 80 miles the -charge was ten cents; from 61 to 150 -miles tbe charge was 12 l-2c; from 150 to 400 miles, 18 3-4 rents, and over.400 milps, 25 cents. These rates were ia force until 1845) when LysarderSpooner, of Boston, de cided o run a mail route between Dostaa, New York, Philadelphia and DaltimGre, opposition to tbe government. He contended that tbe government had no constitu tional right to prevent by law pri vate individuals from earring mails, so he established his route, chargirg five con Tb per letter. iw legal part ol the question ni a a ... seems cevtr to have been decided, but congress seems to have reduced the postage rate chiefly to avoid competition. The rate was made as follows: Under 300 miles, five cents: over 300 wiIps, ten cents; drop let- tere, two crnte. ThH ratf? held for ix years, when the three cent prepaid rate for 3. 000 was established. If the postage was not prepaid flv? cents was col lected of the person who received tLe mus me rativi wrm aouDiej. 1 In 1883 let tor postage waa again I leuuiw mj mu ctuts per nan an per ounce, and in 1855 to two cents per ounce. It Is believed that Benedict. publican, will be rufrrxi 1 a .u flee of public prinb r. ol Fredwick Bolukr, once, chfrf of police in Zurich. Svitzerlnad, is in St. Louie paralyzed and a pauper. A plan for the abolition cf the sugar bounty without awaiting the passage of the tariff bill is being considered. Clevzlano was electl by Dnm- crats, but takes conn -1 f Il"pu!ti- cans. Ho had ou- rm;jisio'i resign. to Colonel. Hunter Wood, of. Hop kinsville, Ky., has resigned as mas ter commissioner, being $21,000 short in his accounts. Matthew Graham died at the city hospital, in St. Louis, from wounds inflicted by a pofcer wielded by Wm. Haliman. Wm. Carroll, mite of the steam er, New Idlewild, was held by tbe coroner's jury, in St. Louis, for kil ling George Howard. The Democratic convention for the Seventh cong-c9sioaal district of Missouri has ben cabled to meet, at Springfield, Juno 5th. Seventy-five Riverside Salt works employes, at Hutchinson. Kas., are out on a strike becuuse of a project ed reduction of the force without increase of pay to those retained. Congressman John C. Taesney, of Kansns City, is thoronghly disgus ted with Cleveland's veto of the Bland bIl. He ajs the president has put himself on record as nnalter nbly opposed to silver. W. I. Church, of Staunton Post, G. A. 11 , save: I have tried nearly every cough remedy but have found nothing to compare with Parks Lou go oyrup. mere is noihmg on earth like it for brorichili. 1 have snfler! ever since my discharge from the arm v and Parks Cough Svrua is tbe cnlv remedy lhat has everbelned tne." Sold by W. C Gaston. Editor Kosewater. of the Omaha Daily Bee, is ngaiu in bot water.ha ing leti nmstil for contempt v court for hi publications about the Jardine case. The county attorney hi the gent who squirms pa account of the Bee's stinger.- v Bobbed A Doctor. Dr. Pierce, of Salesville, Cooper county, was enticed into tbe country at 1 o'clock ou the morning of March 29th to see a supposed patient" When a short dietanw from town h? was VipH nn uml rnbrtpd nf Ti its wAtih Lnd no bv fire mnskl mpn. Thft rjhvsieian was Mt honnd hn , - and foot in charge qf one of the rob- dj, other-j returned to SaWvill and brtik into Edward Lane's store, whre Dr. Pierce room ed. .They blew open tbe safe and secured S60 in ca?h. The doctor was afterward released by the des peradoes, but threatened with death if be returned horn before day light. Thw is the joj ful time of the year, says in a.irnie-.n uioue, wnen a aa - man goes borne tired out and is aek- " m uv uis nueu ueireia like puauiuiri . O I v.:. rf. :t i. 1:1. a lit tie. not be deceived The following' brands of Whiter Lead are still made by the "Old Dutch" process of slow cor rosion. They are standard, and always Strictly Pure White Lead The recommendation of 'Southern," "Red Seal," "Collier." to vou bv vour merchant ? an M w ' evidence of his reliability, as he can sell you cheap ready-mixed paints and bogus White Lead and make a larger profit. Many short-sighted dealers do so. Fob Coloks. National !f Co.' Pure lZf LVmr p-uiiij Mvta imt and msmcyxce in frmUbiii ajgjs s-i Biisiiii axjss awe namr t rm w ijwfiw wwo. 3tnu ad r-rd, free ; i; wm probably ... NATIONAL LEAD CO. Si. Lonls Branch, Clark Areas and Tenth Street, St. Louis. af 1 sT A W W a'lr'jtT . CBecwiar Crmdwatea.) will fflv yoa bclp. r r nt? irna :u r kuu uivim i m ii it mrt i m Bimrranai " - - took? and mio ' dleasedmcn. Ileinarltable r- - cd oar treatment. ' ; Mny Tr- of ' TiiedodMiecej J In the nee of cura tive methods that control for all Ci. ' - . . liare weak. nnde cmMtoA Arm.. A prom errors ol Vonth and excess . ir hA a nrrrtnl the scorn of their fellows and the contemot of their friends and com eanlona. leads OS MmniitMtoill nattenta. tf ther can oonlblr be rettoredt Mr m exelaslY tresfest WOITEX! Don't Ton waot to tret en red of that - wakM with a treatmeat that yon can ne at home without Inatrumentr Oar wonderful troatr . . W TT WKA. wn . T I CATIRBH, and disease ot tha Skin, Blood, Bean, LlTer and Kidneys. . SYPITTXTS The most mnld. safe and cffectlra lCrV9I8EABCS of aU klnia cored where man others hare failed. . - . XTXVATTrttAX. DISCHARGES pwnTrtlr rnrrd I n a Tew oav. vuick. sure uw wc iaw Includes Gleet ond Gonoruosa. - - TRUTH A-ND FACTS. ; tt im rarel esses of Chronic Df'faso that hare failed to (ret caed at Uia hands of other tpccuU UU nd mellcal Inst Itute. MflLBHElIBEBtiU!ltlin It nop for Two. Commit no other, as yoa may vste v: j.tolo Mm 3. Obtain our treatment rJt once. . Beware of free tnd cheap treatocnts. vj rrlv thetest and most sclcnti lie treftinvnt tt nixxrata - ?r:cet as low es ran be done rvr sole --.: "iii'.jni . reitmenu raii toisoiuuran ex -.u'j r it mall. ThorouRh exrmlr.atlon eml eerr-tul - oola. A home treatment can rtTen In a tn-'onty . .f esses, send tor i;ymrtorn tinm -. iiwucoj Wv S fir Vamn ; Wo. a ftir Kirln niBf-i. All CoITO- " noadnnce answered promptly. CuuincH fctrictly coq. fl1ne.fil VntiM trMmpnt ntrnt f rf n from OOServa - tion. liei'er to oar Dtleata. Wuii ted buslaes men. - Aidrcss or caUou - DR. HATHAWAY & CO., E. Corner Sixth and Felix St.; Baoau I acu tCp Stalra.) ST. JOSEPH, MO. The Bloat Haeceaafal Remedy erer dlscor - rod, as It Is certain In Its effect and doe ao blister. Bead proof below. KENDALL'S SPAVIti CURE. TassoB, Omo, Jan. 10th. 1333L . tm. B. J. KE5DAIX Co. Gent 91 have bosa nsJnff yew Sparln Cnr with remarkable success on a KinK-bone of long standing. It'a a lire enrr, I thinks la al...t ercry t0LDS. KENDALL'S SPAVIK CURE. Pt. Louis, llo April 27th, V330. Da.B.7. KrmAzx.Co. ' OenU l tried yoor "KKTOAlilS Bpattw Ccm," and It had the desired effect. I need not quit half a bottlo of It. Mr horse had ar Terrible Sprain on hi letr. ReTOectfullyyonrs, LOEENCR WIIHELH. the Baker. Price J1.00 pr bottle. dr. d. i. kendaTjT, ro ' Knaabnrgh Falls, crinonC , SOLD BY AXI TiUVGC.I. ti '.luetic, vridc swtia 5 "1 tropica mil iib perciCfth, orhb iominUblona it rroerrexL Work lit. bone it end vepMre mrncrativc. Anybody ecu dc Also, RtHUUliMlll BliaexjicnirfB pamiii jl-uu- CoKess. CotanserUal, Lew and Medical School to good work ex. Sat Uf actory reference gyen. o Lnrsbui?. Vrito for perticulaa, S. SiHTil, 10 Oiivo EtiMt, St LoaiH, Ho. . j SHERIFF'S SALE 01 16tb. Eeetion Tcbool Landf. . . Notice i hereby piren, that in obedience to and in pursuance of art order tof the connty conrt ot Chariton coanty, state ot Missoari, made and entered of record at the February term, A. D.. 1804, of said court, a certified copy of which has been delivered to ma by tbe clerk of raid court, I, James . Dempaey, sheriff of the county of Chariton aforesaid, will, during the session of the circuit court of fH rt n f stn w f w araf.i nfmMn!il i aaaa. lavu w u ss s,a a? usm w 41 1 v uui'i, ayaa I . TUESDAf, APS XL lOti, 1835. (it being the eighth day of the circuit court" of said county) between the hours of nine o'clock in tbe forenoon end Are o'clock in the afternoon of that day, at the cost front J,?,' "ec?nrthP?sc-in the f,tT of Jit' I a - r . --Mv-wave Ma ass j ranri. -torcsnlfJ. exposo to Rale at public frtfXi;Jl?thti-. i 1 Ji,ow,?5 I ..t Svriuju sixteenth Feet ion ft-hnel bind ait. . r . . . ' . mcniuuir 01 xuanton, iiaieoi aii -2 , A. - . . eouri, as follows, to-wiu The southwest quarter (1-41 ol the northeast qw.trter (1-4) of section sixteen (1C). township fifty-fire' (5fi)ranc9 twenty-one (21). oaie to w upon tbe following terms, a di- reeled by the county court, to-wit: Casb ia hand (liven under mr hnnd as sheriff sforevald tLil 8tH rl.ir nf Pstirnnrv A James E.' Dempsbt, EheriB Chariton 1'oanty, Mo. SnEniFF G. W. -Thompson, of Law rence county, and Mrs. George Cl'ns have eloped and are believed to be in K ensas, Mrs. Ciine was formerly the wife of C. l. Carter, who about eeren years ago murdered Robert Crockett, Carter was eentenc?d to die, but escaped nnd went to Ore-. ron, where he married again, his first wife eecaring a divorce. Lost year ha was recaptured and brought , back to Missouri, but Gov. Stone commuted his sentence to a term in, tb penitentiary; Thompson lea veer h dfftitnte farnilv, The following from-the classic xJoston Herald is bad enoucb to : mant 4iia tnal . ... w .w. cjniuction 01 the perpeiraior: ne price of rubber overshoes is coming down 23 uer u. . Auia nuuiu seem to indycata that the dealer, hadn't gutta Der:a B sir."