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i"k - f: THE GHABITON COMBE, C P. VASDIVZK. Ed. &nd Prop. ESYTESTVTLLE, AII5SUUKL TIME TABLE I1AIIS Keytesville as Follows: No li 8t. Loci Mail and Ex. It 13 a ml No S Chicago Exp In p f No 22 UoberlyAe. Freight. t!o,VJ AcKreurbt e OS p m Ma H -!. lr.Mi 1 43 Mm 1 Cnu fllv Ffm ft 4S a n "Noll KCJfailaad SSJpm tNo 21 Accommodation Frieght No 7 Oman tipr 2 li an Daily, t Daily except 8nadaT. IV. I Iree)nd iwBaflet sleeping cr to Kaaaaa Nna 1 .n.l A h. T. llin-.-r airier. t I (Sty and Chicago without change. io. A will atop at KeyteeTlUa for pa .ng-ra from Couucou. or poiata north of Cbuu othe For Rate. Tickets, Tim Table. tc ap- Plo W. II. WAKU. Art-, KeyteeTille, Mo -- r.v ..-. I - - r n . Gea'l Manage-. Oenl Paaa. Tkk. Ugt. GENERAL DIRECTORY- CO U -54 'J.' X Ci'-t'CK, K.fl. -Upraeentatire.. Milton R. Williame .PYo eating Attorn-. TTiiiK PrWe0t laa.C. Wallace y aaiTii: piss:rsus lute ' fTXlIMaTPridrot "f0ea 10 its securing th's wonder 'idfCotintyCoBrt.lJ.A.Riduiff.w.Ditfulofrerforit readers. I'sinanage wa?iKunun.'-. jlerk County Conri. .R. D. EJwarda ladira of Probata .11. C. Winter Probata twrk .Tboa. E. Mfkj J. E. rinpaT A. L. Welrb T"rainirr Pablie AdmiaUtrator. ponnty Dorrrjor. R. P. Moor ..Rami Carter Loornr.. .Dr. J. P. UrtnitMd toantr School CommiMioDr J. P Cuteaaa Imit Curt .11. B. Rirhardon leorJer. B. II. Smith T7TT.T3XOXrS. Mbtiodut Caxara fSoath) Rt. J. B. ka.paator.Serrirva third 8bhatt. norainjc rtA aviminir. And fonrth 8aadaT nisht of kch month. Babbath-arhool rrttf Sabbath ornlnir at 9 o'clock. Prayr m Unga w ad Saday aratunjc. Pinirrttu Cscaca ReT. O. 8. Barton. Wor. PrMM-hinf arrond Sunday la ach Lnntk mnrnintr and rvniniT. iT Birrirt fiJin-HfT. J. J. 8qnlr. kator. lrachin on tha Brat Sunday in ch month, morning and aTenmg-. KBrrcaTiLLit LiaaiaTMra. JohnCMiRar, brarian. Library opn avery tnuay ai oon from 3 to 5. it . .... f jiw 'n 71. A. V. and A. if. I W. Andnoa.Maatr. L. D. AppKatt !ary Rnrala rowUnga Batarday nlng Waiinx foil moon. raArro! Ixoos. No. 177, A. O. V. W.J. .WaiUca M. W.: R. II. Tiadal. Krorder. 'fnUr mwUmra 2nd and 4th Tacaday aTen- at7oclck. AarroxCo. MtWCAL Botirrr. MU th irth Thuraday in aach month at Saliabn rr axarr K.!norra. A. O. C. VT. MhU nd I Friday aTrninjrii In each month. J. J. !-.r. 8. Ca R. U. TiadaW. R. AtrnrxLOT Lome. No. 243 Knijrhta Py V B. H. 8mith. Chancellor Commander. iC Miller. Keeper of ne-oro ana ni haUr maatincn avery Wedneaday eTenin. rrrBfTiLLr Looo. No. 471. 1. 0. 0. F LI. Bmlth. Nobla Grand; K. V. tiwaroa. M3rnd; O. B. Anieraon. oecreuiry. meetinga arery Monday erening. I EXVPlaaoa lo.Oraaa fas. Wmi lIIca-lTTaa.lM-li".T. t- W. II. BRADLEY, TTORNEY-AT-LAW, gad Hotary Publle. ISBURY, JI1SS0UBI. 0Sra oa Broadway orer Peopla' Banka. L. W. JOHNSON, riej at Lai & Kolaij Pile, SAUSBURTfX0. Will pra tic la all tha Stab Court. COS. E. MACKAY, Notary JPublic. Xiiais PniDlIf LWiM lo. 1 Ofica with tha Probata J adga. P la COLLET. ILw ail Notary PiMic, CoUactlau a tpadaltj. fflca with Crawlay AJSon. oppoaita tha Uo T. MILLER. XBj-aHai ail Hctan Pillic JLCXTlSliLXX CO. witk WJlW.ykar.la-waiCo thz cutrxEurs zrasrsisz. Our reader who take advantage of oar unprecedented dabbing offer with the great Sunday Post-Dispatch hare an opportunity of obtaining the finest collection of art pictnres ever offered to the public. The Sao dajr Post-Dispatch is now distribu tine to its reader? two most valua ble worke of art. namely. "Glimpses of America' and "Famous Paintings of the World." Both collections are being ie.ued in serial form, eath part containing 1G pictures. "Fa moos Paintings of the World" con sist of 120 parts of 1G picture each, or a total of 320 photographic re probuctions of the most celebrated pictures of such world renowned artists as Alma Tad em a. 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A single picture in either series is .: 4i x !.-.! t l" ,Vmr,V'" H" Bru ur luouuruuiiooi iu Tiewt. 10 xoae advantage of this remarkable oiler it Is only neceessary to clip a coupon from the Sunday Post Dispatch and enclose it with 10c. to their Art I)e partment. The enterprise of the Cockier hap "jolted io its securing ths wonder iment nas Deriectpd Arr.m?empiiTi. wberebr it Is enabled to trive thf Send ay Post-Dispatch (includine the Art Coupona) and the Cocrii r both papers for one year, for the remarkable prion 01 only ?2.00. Tbepncecf the Sunday Post D is patch is S2.00 a rear, the CoCRitu $1.50 a year, total $3.50, but we are onenng both papers for only 52.00. Send in your subscription at once so as not to miss a number of the "I- a mous ratntings 01 the world" or "Glimpses of America." A Mudtrtr Wlpa out aa Entira Family. Gas Meek s, his wife and four rbi? dren, were murdered two miles east of Browning the night of May 10th. The bodies were found at daylight the next morning horribly mutila ted, near a straw, stack. They had w been slashed with a knife. The rei denti in that vicinity hare captured the murderer and may lynch him Meeics is a prominent witness in a cattle stealing case of last Septem ber, and his assassination is suppos ed to hare been planned to get him outoftbeway. It is belie fed his asraain was identified and then the family was butchered to prevent them telling the story. Meeks and his family left the city yesterday to visit friends at Brown ing. Additional Facts; TeU phone ad vices from Browning, 12 xoiles north of Linneus. state that Gus Meeks and wife and two children were mur dered last night about two tuiles southeast of Browning. Meeks was recently pardoned from the penitentiary by Gov, Stone for the purpose of testifying against Wm. and George Taylor of Brown ing in a cattle-stealing case, in which he (Meeks) had been Implicated, but had confeeeed, laying the weight of the crime on the Taylor. Last night as Meeks and bis family were going by George Taylor's farm to visit a relative they were fired up on. Meeks was killed instantly, bis wife and two children were killed with an ax, and another child, a girl, was so badly injuied that the villains thought her dead. The bodies 0 all five were bidden in a straw stack on Taylor's farm, but this morning the little girl re covered sufficiently to get out and give the alarm. Officers know who did the work and are making arrests. The sur viving child is about C years old. Feeling about here i running high. as this is the culmination of an old trouble. A Phh.ed elphi a newspaper has discovered that the czar of Bussia plays the cornet. No wonder Nihil ism is spreading io his domain. " Z Form men recently stole th gats receipts from Mrs. GoogarV lecture Miuevrl Votes. Burglars are getting in their work at Nevada. The potato bug is getting in its work, at Fayette. J. J. Hitchey,a hardware merchant of Sturgeon has flailed. If your feet have bad breath, Howell county is prepared to supply a remedy. James W. Johnston, of theMonroe City Democrat, has been appointed postmaster at that pluce. Hannibal proposes to keep a stiff upper lip and a biled shirt by estab lishing a Btarchiai factory. Miss Grace Newmaster is announc ed as a Democratic candidate for the office of recorder of Clark county. Small-pox has broken out in Platte county across in Missouri from a . a Atcninsoo ana several lamuies are affected. Richard Thompson, a farmer, was killed by a Wabash engine while standing on the track, near Camden, last Saturday. County Clerk M. S. Burr, of Jack son county, has resigned on account of the county court's raising bis of ficial bond from $10,000 to f 20.000. All insurance policies have been cancelled, at Boliver, because the local ueuts refused to join the trust and advance the rates. Clark county will perhaps increase her colored population this year as she proposes to embarK extensively in raising watermelons. The corner stone of the new court bouse, at Joplin, is a piece of Mis souri granite from Lieutenant Gov ernor O'Meara's quarries and cost fC3. lti accorJunce with an official order of Uncle Sam, Monroe City has been made a weather signal station, and is now putting on more airs than ever. Many Pike county farms have been recent I3 badly damaged by swollen streams, while fences have been washed away and bridges weak ened. D, U. Shields. W. T. Chamberlain, T. J. Cousins, J. A.Cunnell and W G. Osborne have organized the Uannibal Shoe company with f 2,000 capital. Breckinridge claims to have lorg been known for excellent sidewalkF, bence is the envy of nearly every town io the state, Keytesville not excepted. A new road was refused in Shelby county because on of the road notices was posted in an obscure locality. The law says ''three public places." Louis Martin, a St. Joseph, saloonkeeper, committed suicide last Friday by shooting himself through the head. He was oVspondtnt over business losses. Mm. Nitila Sharbona, of llanni tal. is a errand mother at the age of 27 years. Sh was married when only 12 years old and her daughter at the age of 13. The republican state convention will be held at ExceMor Springs August loth, but no political Bar kis will spend nsKCb money to get a nomination on that ticket. Albert Brooks, a farmer living about five miles north of Cape Gir ardeau, shot an1 killed himself Wed nesdav. of last week. Business reverses Lad made him despondent. The Chicago aud Alton train, No. .12, was struck by a landslide six miles west of Louisiana, Thursday morning. The engine and baggage car were aeraueo. lae passengers escaped Injury. a a wa W. B. Shelton, of Lamar, a pros perous business man, has volun tarilly gone to tie insane asylum, at Nevada to be treated. Close appli- eition to business had weakened his nervous system. Clyde Morris, a 17-year-old toy of Urbana, Dallas county, was lately released from tbestate reform school, at Booneville, and broke into four stores and stole a lot of small track ai soon as possible. Cashier Thompson has so com pletely looted tbe First National bank, at Sedalia, that Receiver Lati mer will be compelled -to make a levy of $259,000 upon the stock holders to settle all claims. ; - . " Col, Sam Melton, who was recent ly nominated in Balls county for the TonT b,n D8d V J 8bePPH M-Ison is now one of the wealthiest men In Ralls county. . Mrs. Louis Martin, of St. Joseph, died a month ago. Her death made factory." It is claimed it will em her husband very disconsolate, and ploy 100 hands, pay out monthly Friday afternoon be committed for waces S2.Kno nrt i nnn . suiciaeoy shooting himself in the head. A lift la rt.toa-rM km. uA only surviving member o! the fami- 1- wrs. inotnas bhaler and daughter, living near roreetuty, were fishing bist Thursday, when the boat was upset. Mrs. bhaler was drowned, :... ou l tint? asnorp. Sha thn mmmnnsH u , . ... eearcbiDcr nartv and recovered tha 1 i, k The unfinished Winner bridge over the Missouri river, near Kansas City, is Iikelj to be finished at an early date. The Kansas City and Atlantic rail fray has offers from several other roads to use the bridge, and negotiations are now being male for a double-track structure. The Democrats of the Ninth dis- tnct renominated Congressman Champ Clark, last Thursday There aa. nn nnnniiflnn A komo im I the senatorial convention for thet Eleventh district met and nominat- ed Judge Charles E. Peers for senator bv acclamation. Both conventions were held at Montgomery City. tr n t . . A. Kansas City is making mouths at Excelsior Springs because the latter ;. .an.ii i ki: Oanlinn f hia vrri m Tina. L. nnana I itv Vflnr fhA onrth nnH a. u hnlo t . . j a CUtTBW UfBIUCl OOa DBS JUSb UOlU lUc , , lliimnirfllti mnvantmn anil la nna tviug eviueuce 01 remorse ax. uui getting the Ilepublisan convention, .!. ..11. ,. . f . . . . . . l too. The platform laid down by the Chariton county Democracy at Tues day's convention is a solid and sound structure at every point. No charge of sectionalism can be brought against it. And the demand Policeman Charles Quayle of Mob it makes for a national policy by re- erly, has recieved an appointment duciog all tariff laws to a revenue basis, tending to ultimate free trade, and by taking away the advantages our present financial policy given to vail Street" by substituting bi- metalism by meno-metalUm, will meet the hearty approval of the vast majority of our people. It is a nlatfnrm on which ire can confident ly ask our populist brethren to r 1 stand with us, and seek to make it the plutform of a wise national ad- ministration. The endorsement oi Mr.BlandforhHuncompromig and patriotic stand in our behalf was a merited tribute to tbat incorrupt- Lt. 1 I I the front ranks, where he deserves to I stand, of those entitled to be the presidential standard bearer of the ....i .... uisni. EXILE'S TOUK OFP0STU27ZTT. We call tbe attention of onr read ers to the remarkable clubbing offer in this i, eue, by which we can snd this paper and tb Sunday Post-Dispatch to the same address for one year for the iow sum of $ 2. This is tbe best offer ever made by a coun try weekly newspaper o its readers. In addition to this, every subscriber to tbeCouRicu and the Sunday Tost Dfcpatch, under this arrangement, can secure the beautiful world's fair photographs, gems of art, alone worth more than tbe combined cost of the two newspaper. Theee offers are made by our ar rangement with the fit. Louis Post Dispatch, and only those who pay up back dues and renew, or subscribe for tbe Cocfier are entitled to them. 110W8 Tina. Va offer oa 2iundrM dollars rewar for arf rae of CaUirrh that rannnot ba stared by II all' Cartarrh Cora K. J. CaK.inr Jt Co., Propa.. Toledo, O. W tbe ondermfftied, have I nown F. J. Che ney-for tha lt 15 yeere, and Iwlieve him perWtly honorable in all botinesa traaaae tiocai and flnanallj able to carry oat aoj oblixntions made by their Asia. Wewt A Taca.x, Wholesale Drosxi-ts, Toledo. O. Wiuhxo. Kixmai A UiRW, VTboleaale Dng&tM, Toledo. O. Hal'a Catarrh Core Ls ukao interaa-y. acting directly apa the blood mnd taacauui arfante of the aystii. Price 75eta per bat tle. 8ald by all Draggiata. ratimoniaia It is said that Mark Twain may be driven to the lecture platform to retrieve his financial fortunes. i a . CozxTtsM baa demonstrated that BORDER COUNTY NOTE xivxxj I (Continued from 3d page.) lish in Macon City "a Da tent barrell rough lumber, I L Bjf,der of the f,unt thfl sheriff has removed from the Insane Asylum at Fulton to the county farm county insane patients as fol low-. Chas. Boberts. Con Cam Marion Burnett, Louis Koel, John Condon and Joe Forne. I 10 ais unug maun 10 ortranize I " I anti-saloon leagues in Macon coun . u tuuu I y- An adjourned meeting of those Interested in the movement will be held in tbe First Pre6bvterian church of Macon City May 20th to Lear the report of a committe appointed on the work. The "shed" of a large black snake, and later his snake-ship himself, measuring seven feet, two inches, was captured by Wallace Smith and A. II. Wilev while huntioc npnr Mr ron ritv w wp. Th....M u. Koa n.aM lhe Macon county Bankers' Asao- a . ciation has been organized with the following officers: W. J. Biggs of the La Mats Savings Bank, Presi iaent;John bcoven, First National . K.n V-'A. V ri: 'T"m J : aawu. I . ty banks are all in solid financial I -.Jt4.s J 1 . I condition, and have been enjoying tf f. I HnlPnrf 1M hnainoaa 1 tr RANDOLPH. Moberly is making it unprofitable for the "can ruehers". The Moberly council redeemed and burned 15 bonds of the city aggre tot w-0t" '"a" under jj. &. Marshal Lynch. The city council of Moberly elected three new policemen at its session last week. They are Reynolds. Penn and Landrum. The Monitor professes to be on to the tricks of a neighboring editor who has a habit of coming to ana '"" MUU'J "J lUB "K 1 -. : n . A i t- u the moon. Dirk Burtons' barn, six miles east of Moberly, was struck by lighten ,-D- tnb night of May 4th andlentirely consumed together with contents. The barn d hd pre I 'l 1 CI W I 1 '-uariee ouaw oi aiooeny was mar to M.M Llien MorRan m Uunts. nun jjoi ofu, ouruueu uv r ruu. I X - 1 II' T - 1 1 inu iriT.Bttuu aiies rranKie uai Dream, onaw win contmtue to re side in Moberly where he is now put ting up a dwelling. George Vinsonshaler, manager of the Wabush hotel, Moberly, has re signed his position, und after travel ling in the west for a few weeks, will again enter the employ of the same company at one of their hotels in the east. a . a -aa . A man giving his name as Mar tin, after a chase of a quarter of a mile, waej captured by officer Fox ol Moberly May 7tb. lie is r-uppoaed to be wanted for burglary coLuii:itfd in Olathe. Kan., recently. But he talks like a crazy man. Victor Atterbury, 24 years old and his wife, tbe former stone blind, ar rived io Moberly My 8th, to which place they had walked from Mexico. Tbey were entirely penniless, but wi ra furnished traneporation as far as Brunswick. They were trying to reach Kansas city. The tailor ah op of Chas. Itandez gerin Hunts. He, was burglarized, May Tib, and three suka of clothes stolen. John iiagan, who had dis posed of tbe stolen goods at the mi.! fit store of Lou8 Hall, in Moberly, was arrested tbe next day and sent to jail to await the gran jury. Thos. 8. Kelly, poet master of Moberly under Harrison, has lately been promoted to weigh master of "Uncle Sams" mail at tbe Cnion de pot in St. Louis. It is more hon- arable to be a weigher of mail tinder a Democratic administration than it is to draw a bix salary under Re- iblican Vol. doing nothing. ''The city election in HiaUville Tuesday Mar 8th' ie7u.led';as ' fol lows: . Mayor, 8. 0. Hicheson, on.imTimuny&cp., .SPECIALISTS., (Ral-ur Oraklaatea.) Are the le adtnv and most aacceMfnl ipeclalltts siJ VUl lT JOQ kelp. Yorn? and mid dle aged men. RemarkmMe re. ralu have follow ed our treatment, Many your of Tmrled and kuccev ful cxptMeac In tbe use of cur tlve method thmS we alone own SDct control for all ordersof ntea who have weak, unde veloped or dli- ;eaea onrcnt, or swho are ufTcrln(r from errors of oath and excesa r who are r.enroaa , nd I potest, fthe acorn of their eiiowa and tha contemot of their friend and com- Danlona. I. ait nm to rwaaat to all patient. If they can poMibly be rtre4. tir owa cxelaalve treataeat wlUafbrdacure. WOMEX! Don't yon want to get cured of that wcakirN with a treatment that yon cn one at home without Instrument? Our wonderful treat ment baa eared others. Why not you? Try It. CATARRH, and diseases of the Skin. Blood. Heart. Li.er and Kidney. TPII I LIS The most rnpld. safe and eCectlra remedy. A complete Care Oaaratee4. 8KIX SISCASKA of an kinds eared whera many others have failed. I'SSATl'RAL l)IRriIABBF nrrmntl. eairdlntfcw dava. Oulclc, sure and safe. Thla Includes Gleet and Gonorhcea. TRUTH AND FACTS. We hT nw eaaea of rtirmlit D va have failed to ire cured at the bands of other ;ccm lata and medical Institute. , aa BEMEMBEH that there In bpe for Ywu. Consult no other, a you may waste valuaala time. Obtain oar treatment at once. Brwar Of frM !! rhrin tiitrnrati XT.t ( the best and moat scientific treatment ct mclorate v prices as Iowa can be done for aafo und ti-,i:fni IreatmenU FBEU eoasaltattlon at thoOulceor by malL Thorough examination and csrcful dlar- nosla. A borne traatm.nt in h-lv.n In .ini'tnrtrv f casea. Send for Symptom Blank No. 1 for Men; No. 3 for Women t Ko. S for eicln Dlscaacs. All Corre- ' spondenee answered promptly. Bosln.eR.irlctly con adentlal. Eatlra trfitmrntu-iit f inm ni.m. " Uon. Befer to our prnlr pi,. baioXs and tuinM men. Address or call oa DR. HATHAWAY & CO., Corner Slxtl. aadrrllxSts.,SiaBUl (Up Slalrs. T. JOSEPH. HO. proposition to surrender the present charter and organize as a tity of the fourth class was carried bv a $ood majority. A few weeks ago arepresentativect the Chicago Canning and Improve ment company came to Moberly and solcited stock buyers. A number of citizens tinned what they believed to Ijh an application, but which now turns out to he a cod tract- Aoother agent now offers to compromise oa tie reciept of $2.50 for each $100 represented. Mrs Pete Hare, an ebony hued dama-l, and "Jack the Ripper" both of Moberly have been sentenced by Judge Mcench to 15 days each in the county jail. The Harse woman accused "Jack" of stealing her pock et book, but tbe judge di 1 not be- ieve her story. The Populists of the county have nominated the following ticket: Representative, J. J. Ridgeway; Cir cuit Clerk, S. A. Mieheal; Prosecut- ne Attorney, Ira Whitcomb; Sheriff, W. H. Butler, County Clerk, W. T. Terrill, Collector, J. H. Sherwood, Recorder, J. H. EroAnt'eld, Treasur er, T. D. Bailey, Probate Judge, Jes- se Perkins, Judge F. District, Ben Huntsman, Judge W. District, Mike Leonard, Coroner, George Bryant, Assessor, S. J. Jones. The party polled 185 votes at tne last election. A new "iloodo" trick on the mer chants has been developed in Moberly by a stranger. He purchases a nick les worth of candy of a grocery mer chant and presents a $5 bill in payment therefor. As the change is about to be made he exclaims. "Oh, never mind changing the bill, I have a nickel". The merchants thera cpon hands back tbe bill which the wonld be purchaser put a in his pock et. He there upon discovers he cannot find tbe nickel, and reaching down in bis pocket pretends to hand out tha same $5 bill, but which ;a really a $1 bill. The UDAiispcting merchant bands out $4.1)5 change,'"' and the "beat" leaves that much . ahead of the came. "1 he safeguards adopted by the bank of England to prevent that institution being robbed, says the Globe-Democrat, are about aa thorough and complete as human , ingenuity and mechanism can de vise," said Mervin O. Todd, of Man chester, England, who was at th Laclede yesterday. "It's Gutr doors are so finely balanced that a clerk by pressing a knob under hia desk can close them instantly, and . tbey can not be opened again except - V. I I by special process. Tbe bullion de- " partment is nightly . submerged in several feet of water by the i action v: ? of machinery, and in some of thmri U&n banks tbe bullion department is: ; -w? connected with the manager, -sleep--ing ! apartments,, to -.that., an,; en trance can not be effected wftliacitt setting pff an alarm . near thto'. tew. i'I ol edn'ehead-, tti dishonest. official ; o daring Uidajjr nigbthoilirtjbr:i Ten one from, a pile of a .thnrS a im - sovereigns, the' whole'file would fc i- d r r nU3 I on "Ortsd.! - TbU I another cas of - i 1 1 .. r M V ,' '