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G- J. VAJf XUVXJL. "MA. maA Twvp KEYTESVTLLE, - MISSOURI. Entered at the poet-offlce at KeytesTUle.Mo. b4-cUm stall matter. Friday, Jul 19, 1194. Border County NoteS. UTI50ST0X. Et- JoMDh'a academr. at Chillicothe. .... . .. was neia last luesaay aiiernoon. The graduating class was composed lmM Hltt. DeTonla DL&n v. Lucile Putnam. Era Norris.Annetta Loom- Is, Birdie Tanner and Mary Tobin. TT. F. Jamison, o! Salt Lake.Utab, has been chosen superintendent ot the rmblie schools by the Chillicothe school board. The Chillicothe township Republi can primary has been carried by Col. Kemp, of that city, in his race for the nomination of his party for state senator in tLe district. The Democrats of the county will hold township primaries Aug. 4, and county convention Aug. 11th, for tlCESt. II. N. Stamper, of CbillJcothe, and Missle Stone, of Utica, were married the evening ot June 21st at the Bap- tist church, in Utica. Jack Cox was last week fined f 5 In Justice St. Johns court for using insulting language towards Mrs. Jno. Jewel and daughter, Elva. Dr. L. fc. Tracy lost a valuable watch charm, worth $12 or $1G, while attending Forepaugh'a show a year ago in Chillicothe. The other day a brakeman on the Milwaukee found it in a piece of chewing gum ticking to the cupola, of the ca- boose. How It got there Is a my s- tery. The doctor lost the same charm once before and had It return-1 ed to him tnrougn toe agency ox a iift. .i,tt4 tit. ...ur c Tm..i was engraved on it. Edward R. Achuff, of Chillicothe, . and Miss Winifred M. Bagsdale, of Lakeman, Mo., will be married at the residence ot the'brids's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bagsdale, July 8 th at 8:45 o'clock. The Chillicothe Zlail and Star has been sold to Lee Barton and Frank S. Taylor. The new management wiH make of the if. And S., a Demo cratic journal. Mr. .Barton will con duct the editorial department and Ur. Taylor will preside over the mechanical. U. A. Buby, of Chillicothe.and Miss Minnie Haxelrigg, ot Albany, were married at the home of the bride's parents Sunday, Juns 19th. ' SAXDOLPH. . Dr. Rich. J. Goodrich and Miss Ad dle May Jones, were united In mar riage at the residence of Mrs. Nancy Dorsey, in Moberly, June 18th, by Sid. J. B. Briney. The differences which have been existing between the members of the Christian church, in Moberly, have been amicably settled A Mr. Ford, who was employed in the Wabash shops at Moberly, dis appeared -some time ago. Ha left his wife a nots, stating he intended to commit suicide by jumping Ixto Miller's lake. He is now heard from in Kansas City. He was consider ably in debt and it is supposed took thi method to elude his debtors. S. S. Santoul and A. W. Gilstrap, of Macon, brut hers-in-law, had a fist I person. He was returned to Carroll fight near th post-office in Moberly I ton and lodged in jail. the morning of the 22nd. Gilstrap received a lew slight bruises on ths face and soon hollowed "enough." The fight was the outcome of an old family grudge. Gilstrap swore out a warrant for landlord's arrest on ths ground ot assault to kill and carrying concealed weapons. Some Tandal turned an emDtr box I ear Ioom on the Wabash tracks at m I Huntsville, one night last week. The car jumped the track at an open witch and was badly wrecked. Maggie Uardister had her brother, Carson, arrested last week in Mober ly, for assaulting a young man with whom he objected to her associat ing. The .Democrat says Maggie is rathr flip and position." displays a tough I Joliue UHItr bu purchased the Merchant's hotel, at Moberly, and will spend severs! thousand dollar in improving the property, ins price paid for the hotel property was I aboat $23,000. Jack Freeman, a popular 11. K. A T. dispatcher at Moberly, has been transferal to Sedalia. HOWARD. The commencement exercises ol Central (male) and Howard-Payne held last week. Central graduated six young gentlemen, among the number were a. P. Wflfley, oi ora- torical lame, and Ueorge tspaxuM, oi I 1 -l Inn-. In. vm Hw4 Hnu the adjanct professorship o! mathe- Latin and Greek by A. F. Uendrix, both of Fayette, Tne pnxe winners in Howard Fame collece were: Scholarship Pearl Shaw, Carroll ton essay Bessie Smith, Fayette, rehear sal May Spencer, Fayette, art Mary Dysart, Fayette, preparatory echo! arshlp, Ida DaTis, Fayette. Pres. C. C. Uemenway, of Pritchet institute, has cons East to attend the 30th anniversary ot his gradu ation from Hamilton college. He will remain In the East several weeks tUluz the pulpit ot his former church I a Auburn, N. Y., during the vaca tlon of the present pastor. J MIm Cornelia Kuemmel. who has I . t r v ' I Qt high art,bas returned to her home a Glasgow. Miss Cornelia won this year, for the third time, first prize for composition. CJ. Walden has leased the ex tensive coal fields on the A. W. Mor rison farm adjoining Fayette and will operate them on an extensive scale. The coal is easy of access and is ot splendid quality. Marion Tolson (col).,who shot Tom Hieronymus (col)., in a crap dive. In Fayette, the night of the 19th. at his preliminary hearing was bound over for the grand jury in $1, 000 which was promptly furnished by his former employees M.A. Bovd and Wm. Shafroth. Cards are out announcing the mar riage of Mis Ora Boyd and Mr. Ed win U. Spotts, of Fayette, at the home ot the bride on Tuesday, June 2Cth. at C o'clock. They will be at home to their friends after July 20th. Mr. X. P. Wilfley. of Fayette, has been elected principle of the Tipton schools, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation ot Prof. W. A. Dark, who has held that position for the past five years. Mr. Wilfley Is a young man of unusual talent. He won the prixe at the state ora torical contest at Sedalla this spring, and brought ths third prise to Mis souri at the international contest at Indianapolis, Ind. There were over 45 applicants to select from for the Tarious departments. Howard Stanley, sentenced to three years in tne penitentiary for safe-blowing, jumped from a Katy train near Fayette while being taken to Jefferson City by Sheriff Hale of Schuyler county. His hands were in r irons and he succeeded in making his escape. CAR BOLL Robert L. Simmons, of Missouri City, and Miss John Mlnich, ot Car- rollton, were married at the home of the bride's mother at 11 a. m., June 19th, Elder E. W. Thornton, pastor of ths Christian church, officiating. Stilwell & Von Arb's store was burglarixed the night of June 15 Lb, and f 100 worth of hardware taken. One ot the burglars was, a few days subsequently, arrested in Kansas City, with a part of the goods on his U. Berry and Mitts Lottie Dunn, were married In Carrollton, by Eld. Thornton, the evening of June 21st. Hugh K. Rea and Miss Lutie Le land were married in Carrollton, June 21st, by Rev. T. L. West, pas tor ot the Baptist church, in that Ct r a at i.l i i i u- wPie UM UOBea uccctsiui nn of school at taloma. W. Harl Worth printa a card in the Bogard Blad denying in most positive terms that he was implicat ed in the late robbery of the post- office at Bogard of some $410. The Bogard Blade very properly denounces the practice of some of its bad boys In hooting at men wn ps along tht t ivi. The Prohibitionists of the county bate, nominated the following ticket; Representative H. J. Kelly, presid ing udg Joe Lyons, judge Eastern district Stephen Mitch el, judge Western district Wm. Bidding, probate Judge Thos. White, sheriff Wm. Tmpleman, recorder F. M.I Mossbarger, treasurer J. M, Nelson, circuit clerk Ben llotcher, county clerk N. M. Ellis, corenor Frank Bos- chert. MACOX. The Macon llenublican in its last week's Issue gives the eity's business attractions in rhyme. The Macon County Fair associa tion publishes a liberal premium list of its fair which begins Aug. 14th. The Democrats ot Macon county are in a wrangle over the interpreta tion of the "corrupt practices act.' Under one construction all but three of the nominees of the late primary are likely to loose their places on the ticket, as they failed to file state ment of expenses within 30 days af ter the primary. w "Wife Wasted. A widower 37 rears old. 5 feet 10 Inches high, vamK irii vw-tv-i 4-v m nia as ntait tann unit black eyee, but lair complexion, witn but little property but industrious and healthy, desires a wife 30 or 35 years ojd, medium size, witn aarx hair and eyes. References exchang ed. Address T. F. Dooley. rayson, Adams county. Illinois.". The Macon Timea printa the abors adrertlsement, and we reproduce it (or the amusement o! our unmarried ladies. Wednesday morning, Jane 20th, at 10 o'clock, Sheriff J.W. White ar rested at Be Tier, J. R. Poor and Robt. Johnson, charged with burn; ins the Hannibal & St. Joseph bridge over' the Charlton river. They made no insistence and were brought to Macon, where they gave bond in the! sum of fl.500 for their appearance at the preliminary examination to be held In this city on the 20th o! Juns. The men were arrested on the evidence of J. W. Tbomas, who stat - ed that Poor and Jonnson came to his house on the night of Jane 11th and asked him to accompany them to the Chariton, as it was their In tention to burn the bridge. lie re fused, and advised them not to do anything so desperate. They went away and returned about midnight saying that they had burned the bridge and that If he told or. them they would kill him. Thomas re vealed his information to the sheriff with the result above stated. 8ALRCE. The state convention of the Bap tist young people's onion was in session at Marshall last week. Among the ministers present were: J. F. Tichenor, Dr. Moecrip, J. T. M. Johnson, D. T. Denman, Lee West, W. F. Harris, N. J. Williamson, W. T. Campbell, Dr. Armstrong, Rev. Engle, J. F. Kemper, W. R. Painter, Charles L. Smith and others. tvum- i r i w j I uuuouBtTwuuu wueat Muuuajr, June lata, near ujiuam. Will linn had quite a costly experience. ing two young raccoons run into the wheat, he deserted his team and took after them. One 'coon ran under the binder, and as Will and his brother ran alter it, the team be came frightened and ran. One mule ell, and the machine was drug onto t, but wnen gotten out it did not appear to be badly hurt, yet ths next day it died. It was one of a pair that Will had been breaking for Mrs. Ooerin, and we understand he is willing to make good its loss. Tom Hawkins, of Slater, having never seen seven grains of wheat in a mesh (and neither has the Coubixb editor), offered f 3 to the person showing the same. Thereupon Squire McOuIre went to his farm, north o! Slater, and returned with a bandfnll containing seven grains to the mesh and captured the f 3. The State Bank association, at its ast eession, voted a gold medal to Cashier J. It. Kirk, of the Gilliam Exchange bank, for his bravery In capturing the robber Uayner, who I attempted to rob the bank. The deadly Ice water came near getting in its work last week on Don J ackson, near Gilliam. Early in the tnnmlnrr whll In 4ha hr.af AM I he too a drink of ice water and was u ri.. .... It took all the men on the place to i v i v. wt u wm i in mil ii w ii iifii i. sr-T-M rrt rmw t n r bold mm, and be received no relief j until 5 o clck m the evening. . Ths Marshall Democrat-Xews, in I t r -r fgaoe.has a good write- up ."titiiiit county. lit. I I tiutus is out one I av in the world to be sure ef having the best paint, and that is to use only a well-established brand of strictly pore white lead, pure linseed oil, and pure colors. The following brands are stand ard, "Old Dutch" process, and are always absolutely Strictly Pure White Lead "Southerns-Red Seal," "Collier." If you want colored paint, tint any of the above strictly pure leads with National Lead Co.'s Pure White Lead Tinting Colors. TbM colon art aold la ooeioand cans, each caa being; sufficient to tint as Poanda of Strictly Pure Wfcite Lead the desired ahade ; they are in no aenaa ready-mixed paints, but a combination of perfectly pure- colors in the handiest form to tint Strictly Pure While Lead. . I Send s a postal card and jet our book en pilots and color-card. free. NATIONAL LEAD CO. : St. Louis Branch. Ckric Arcane aad Testa Street, St. Louis. . . . , . -vh- DIU1D oi uawiings Bros', at Napton, the night of June 20th, was frustrated Dy A M . Kasrlioxra. who was sleeninc? In the store, fired through the door at the robber? and wounding one of them. Bat as Rawlings was in no hurry to come out the robbers caped. It ! supposed they live In the vicinity. Mrs. Bell Franklin, of Marshall, died Jane 21st from the effects of overheating herself while working in the garden. LINN. I Attorneys J. II. Goldman and F. W. Byrd quarreled in Justice Brink ley's court, in Brook field Thursday, June 21st. Goldman called Byrd a liar, and the latter knocked the for- mer down. Then Geo. W. Bally, 1 Goldman's partner, seized a poker I and gave Byrd a "severe scalp wound. Rev. Dr. Dockery, father of Con gressman A. M. Dockery, preached an eloquent sermon in the LInneus Methodist church Sunday morning, June 17tb. Daring a late thunder storm four men who were in a new barn they were building in Brookfield, were knocked down by a shock of electric ity that struck the barn. None of them were seriously hurt. Ths fifth annual convention of ths First district of Missouri. T. P. S. C. E., which met recently in Brookfield, has closed with the election of of ficers as follows: J. L. Witt, of Mem phis, president; Miss Genevieve, of MacoD, vice-president; Mrs. J. L. KI sor, of Louisiana, corresponding sec retary and treasurer; Samuel Lowry, ot Bowling Green, recording secre tary. Prof. A. L. Peacher returned June 18th from Charleston, Ark., where h ri.r1 hwn tr)crarrA ns nrinrfrml nf o-r r r th. rmhlir mchnnU. H In hkM to ha meeUn . tn BDlendid Btlcce8g a8 teacher. Conductor Mount and Engineer Jenks of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy, were arrested Tuesday, at Bushnell, on a charge of murder. A passenger train that they were running struck Mrs. Young, of that city, and killed her. The jury indict ed them for criminal negligence. Cracked Xermals. Dead beats are always alive. Why do they sing solos so high. Don't worry about the future, it never did you any harm. It takes free use of shoe leather to get along in the world. The hat band pastes around the hat. So does the deacon. When you get tired of being in love, young lady, get married. ' Times are never so hard that a man caQ,t g1 lrlnk of wbi8key The rhftrminc teleDhone eirl is al ways distant in her conversation. When It is false it embarrasses a woman to be told her back hair is down. " doa't wanvt t0 , Jur friend, let the loke always be on Jonr,eU' - m The most peacable'woman in town wni ,trike a bargain when she can A fellow don't know his own name, after he hears some men pronounce is isn t wnat will occur in a hun dred years that worries us but what may occur tomorrow. Reform always strikes a rock when it runs against a fellow who doesn't want his salary reduced. Ania Buom tnaay oeing an un lucky day. We get most of our best exchanges on that day, When a fellow gets where he can't expectorate, he always notices that he has a quid in his month. Washing the windows in front of a 15-cent restaurant is a better accom pli8hment than rolling a cigarette. A man with a 50 cent seat onghn't to expect a woman to take off a twelve dollar hat so he can see the show. It is very unthoughtful in congress to send out so many garden seed and not send anyone along to plant them. A man who has a boy learning to play on a violin oughn't to kick if his next door neighbor's dog howls at the moon. When a man gets off of the hog train, he has to go to work, and that is the reason there are so many men on the hog train. There Is a great difference in the description of an ideal man, between the woman that is married and the one that would like to be. It ie now said that Coxey used to sing in a choir. Some enemy of his is liable to spring the report that he writes poetry and eats his pie with a fork. Why does the wolf hang around a poor man's door, when it wouldn't get anything but a pair of overalls and a barlow knife, if it wete to break in? It Is said that a woman's love goes around with both eyes shut. Perhaps that is the reason some women marry a dude in preference to a drayman. s If a man wants to test his wife's courage, let him leave an envelope addressed to him in a lady's hand writing in his pocket where she can get bold of it. The test is always satisfactory. Towxuklp Prejudices. From the Centralis Courier. It is hteh time that all this talk about local prejudices was stopped Centralia township harbors no ill feeling towards any township. Iso lated cases there may be of local, hate and envy, but as a people we live far above it. It was proclaimed from the stump that Centralia was embittered towards Columbia. That Centralia wanted to build a bonfire when the university went up in smoke. This does our people rank injustice. We are not soured at Co. Iumbia. We vote for her men at every election. We are as loyal to the university as any township in the county. Neither have we a knife up our sleeves for Bourbon. We vote for Bourbon men and treasure no malice against the township whatever. I Every township is a fraction of a unit mat maxes tne county. Town-I a .a I ship lines shonfd be ignored and men I voted for on their moral worth and I fitness for the place they seek. No I township can elect a man alone; It I must have help. Every township should cultivate a friendly spirit, I a fraternal feeling for all the other townships. we are ail cniiaren oi tne same parent. Let us dwell together in There are two unsnrmountable objections to women entering poli tics. One Is sne don't know how to eat crow, and the other is she would want the men to bet her an $18 bon net against a f i hat on the result of the election. Awarded Mghest Honors Worlds Fairs ED EX- MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 4Q YEARS THS STANDARD 11: The Best Medicine. . J. (). Wilson-, Contractor and Builder, Sulphur Springs, Texas, thus speaks of Ayer'n pais : " Ayers TiUn are tye bst medicine I ever tried; and, in my judgment, no U tter general remedy could be devised. I Lave used them In my family and recommended them to my friend and employes for more than twenty years. To my certain knowledge, many cases of the following complaints have been completely and Permanently Cured by the use of Ayers Pills alone : Third day chills, dumb ague, bilious fever, sick headache, rheumatism, flux, dys pepsia, constipation, and hard colds. I know that a moderate use of Ayers Pills, continued for a few days or weeks, as the nature of the complaint required, would be found an absolute cure for th disorders I have named above." "I have been soiling medicine for eight years, and I can safely say that Ayera Pills give letter satisfaction than any other Pill I ever soldJ. J. Perry, Spottsylvania C. IIM V.i. AYER'S PILLS Trepsred by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Msm. Every Dose .Effective Worth o! Books. John Bright. Books, it is true, are silent as yoa see them on their shelves; but, silent as they are, when I enter a library I feel as if almost the dead were pres ent, and I know that iff I pat ques- tione to these books they will ans wer me with all the faithfulness and fullness which has been left in them by the (Treat men who have left the books with us. "Many of the citizens of Kainsvilla Indiana, are never without a bottle of Chamberlain's cough remedy in the house," says Jacob Brown, the leading merchant of the place. This remedy has proven of so much value for ld.croup and whooping cough in children that few mothers who know its worth are willing to be without it. For sale by W. C. Gas ton, druggist. A pboject is on foot to Invite Gladstone, England's grand old statesman, to visit America.' The idea is to have an invitation issued and signed by a large number of representative men of this country' tendering to the famous Englishman the hospitality of the nation. Chauncy M. Depew has been selected to mail the invitation. If Mr. Glad stone somes, his reception aill out rival those tendered LaFayette and Kossuth. Sometime ago I was troubled with Ian attack of rheumatism. I need air t-namDsnain s pain oaim and was completely cured. I have since ad- vised many of my friends and custo- mere to try the remedy and all speak highly of it. Simon Goldbanm. San Luis Bey, CaL For sale by W C Gaston, druggist. S0T8' EATS. Bring in your boy and get him a new style hat. Ton can't help- being pleased as we have everything new in the hat line that is out this season 1 for little boys from 2 to 10 years oi age. Mas. U. F. Vanditek. SHERIFF'S SALE. Br Tirtne and authority of a tranecriDt execution issued from the office of the clerk ot the circuit court of linn county, Missouri, returnable at the September term, 1894, of aid court, and to me directed, in farorof the Kanaaa A Texaa Coal company and ' against Mary C. Fuller, I hare levied upon and seized aU the right, title, interest and claim of the urfd Mary C. Fuller, of, ic and to the following described real estate, to-wit Eighty (80) acres, west half (1-2) of the' northwest quarter (1-4) of section seventeen (17). township fifty-six (56). range (18).and ' and forty (40) acres, the northeast quarter (1-4) of the northeast quarter (1-4) of sec tion eighteen (18), township fifty-six (56). range eighteen (18). all . lying and being ia Chariton county, and state of Missouri, and I will, on Friday, Julj 13th, A. D.. 1894, between the hours of nine o'clock in the fore, noon and fiTe o'clock in the afternoon o that day. at the east front door of the court house, in the city of Salisbury,- county of Chariton aforesaid, sell the same, or so muck thereof as may be required, at public vendue, to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, (sub ject to all prior liens and judgments), to sat- lefy said execution and costs. J AUKS E. DlMPSET, BheriO Chariton county, Missouri.