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C- T. 1V1)I 4. and .Pre. KEYTESVILLE, - MISSOURI. i tared t tie poat-otBee t KeytaeTille.af o. M mcox-cUm mail matter. TTiday, Jaly SO, ISM. Dr.H.D.Broaddus, DENTIST, KEYTESVILLE. - MO- QnduU of Uairtrmitj of Tatwm. AO dcaUl work done by Jthe latest spproved ed estfle method, at nuoubk prices. Oflce t p tain la Wtafree bulldlaff, eaat of postofflce. Business Ii Improving. Mrs. E. B. Maxwell, of Kansas City, la the guest of Mrs. J. M. Mason. J. C. Kellogg mads a business trip to Mexico and Wellsville. Mo., ths first or tola week. With one or two more cood rains Chariton county will hare the largest corn crop ever raised in this part of Missouri. Agee Bros, for groceries. . 8ee that handsome line of wars at Ageef Bros. queens- All of the latest novelties In dress goods at Bosenstein's, Brunswick. a- """"w Nice, fresh groceries are always desirable. Agwe Bros, keep them. Ice cream soda on Tuesdays and Fridays, at Sneeds. Try It to-day. If too want to make your . dollars go the furtberest, buy your groceries of Agee Bros. , Cabinet photographs at prices to suit the times and work guaranteed, at Krosse's. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Most Perfect Made. Don't forget that Boeenstein, of Brunswick, has the largest line of carpets in Chariton county. Agee Bros, keep the largest stock of groceries, queensware, glassware, etc, to be found in KeyteeviUe. If you bate nerer bought shoes from us, try a pair, and save your dollars. Chapman Bros. Young men, old men and boys Chapman Bros. have the shoe yon are looking for. Get a pair of them and be happy. N, '. Ladies, call and eee Chapman Bros.' sew shees. They will catch your eye, but will not deplete your pocket-book. Dr. B. F. Robert, one of the Couxux's esteemed Sumner readers, is DKDarinff to build a new residence for blmsslf and family. Oar handsomsyoungfriend, Frank W. Mill, who has been in St. Louis for some time, returned home last Wednesday. Mies Fannie Smith, an attractire young lady of Brook field, Is, sojourn log with the family of he'r. uncle, JndgeU. Smith. Mrs. Rebecca Wicks took her de parture last Tuesday morning for a visit of six weeks or two months to rela tires, at Boise City, Idaho. W. T. Curran. who has been work ing in J.Whitemaa's hardware store. at MareeUne, came dowa to Keytee Tille Saturday and remained over Sunday with his family. John Hayes, accompanied by Misses Flanders and Baker, of Sal isbury, attended the hop. In the Backer building, Tuesday night las- Mr. and Mrs. B. Q. Beaxley and little eon and daughter, Willie and Kate, of Brunswick, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Keeley last Sun day. All of my hardware and screen work will be sold at reduced prices in order to clear it out. Call and get ths ad ran tags of the reduction. M. II. Holcomb. A few young ladies can obtain board, opposite the school-house, during the meeting of the institute.! Apply to Nannie O. Elliott, Keytee viUe, Mo. My stock of lumber is well assort ed and near) r complete,' but will be sold below what it ought to be in order to clear it out, as 1 anticipate making a business change. So come now and receire the beniflts of the low prices. M. H. Holcojlb. NEW GOODS! On Sunday, July 29 th, the M. E. Church, South, located in Missouri township, formerly known as Helena church, will be dedicated by Rer. W. H. Younger, of Monroe City. Other The PEOPLE'S DRY GOODS COMPANY have just received a handsome line of Ladies' Wash Fabric Dress Goods, such as Pongees and Sateens, which should be seen to be appreciated. We are also in the market with the best line of Drominent ministers will be d resent. Dinner will be serTed on ths ground. II -a r f r ?mr r r i i JLciv.1to cirivu uonuo unucrof. Ererybody cordially Invited. During our absence the Signal die- coTsred a lew errors in the Couxnu, and laughed so much orer them that both the bull-frog and Bunsby busted their gaUusee. This Is ths first laugh ths Signal simplstons hers had since Col. Dick Coleman niUM titm uwfrwuwu- uauj iv iu circular. To be found in Keytesville. In fact when it comes to Next Saturday is the date for ths regular quarterly meeting of the Key tesTllle M. E. Cburch,South. Oq that day Dr. E. K. Miller, for this district, will morning and evening at this place. The entire member ship is earnestly urged to be present at both services. We are the acknowledged leaders. . presiding eider Remember that we also have a large line of Prints, White Goods 111 preach, both . . 7 1 gin the church TjflfHps' Fiimifihirifr fronda onfl OpnfQ' TTnrlorwoar Q w v , v .V1. ft X,-. and Overshirts. Circuit Clerk Richardson is making some desirable Internal improve ments in his "den" at the court house. The ceiling Is being pot on nsw, the walls nicely papered and the wood work freshly painted. PRICES C. L. White, W. M. Cock, jr., II. C. AI H fVTI it". nOTYlOR t.f ..j m.t. 11:11 j I w w w- w w auu uiixir uuier cuucuiuieu muv cessful fishing party in the Chariton river, near llamner'e old mill, last Wednesday. They succeeded in catching, with hook and line, fire of the finny tribe of the buffalo variety, weighing from thirteen to seventeen pounds. Two of ths number were caught by Mr. Cock, and the larger one by Blair Miller. FOR CASH We lead the procession. I have waited long on money from you, out wiu wait no longer, eo come and settle at once for I am bound to dote my business. "M. H. Holcomb. We are r-Holced to bear that Mr. C. Court- tmr. living 8 1-2 mlUm aortfceaat of town. ad woo at been soSanag lor eeTeral weeks with catarrh of the stomach, was reported as Terr much Improved day before Tester day, aad wetnuthemaycoatlaoe to aro-e better aatil reetored to ala tomtomM health. J. M. Collins, of Mendon, was in KeyteeviUe last Saturday. He came down for Miss Tirgie Land, of Gil Ham, Saline county, and Mrs. A. C. Vandiver, who are now the guests of ths Collins household. Mies Vlrgie cams to KeytesTille In a prirate conreyance, escorted by Will Knox and a Miss Lee, who retained to Saline the next day. accompanied by little Miss Ida Gilliam, of Keytes Tille. We solicit your patronage, guaranteeing you fair treatment c and honest goods at ROCK BOTTOM figures; People's Dry Goods Co . Eeytesville, EQssouri. f All parties owing ms on Recounts Ths first Issus of theTripletttoxoo or notes back of 1894, will call on T. I reached our exchange table last J. Moorman, at the office of Crawley Saturday. The Bazoo is independ- A Son, and settle, thereby saving ent In politics. Is a 6 column folio themselves trouble. Ur. Joaa Stcrlln. a prominent roans lawytr of Chicago, spent Sunday here. Bocesstein. of Brunswick, has alcer goods la his lines tan can be found anywhere between St. Louis and Kansas City. Bsts. Sears, Ilise and Bulstt, all Bantist dlvlnee. are conduction a protracted meeting at the Johnson schooV-house, near BynumvllJe. ChaDmaaBroe. hare their store a, full of bargains in harness, saddles, dusters, whloe. etc No one will sell these goods as cheap as they will. Bosenstein, of Brunswick, wllleavs yon money, for cash, on dry goods, clothing, gents' and ladles' x furnish ing goods, boots and shoee, notiosts, tc i Mies Ila Wilson, of KeyteeviUe, who has been visiting Miss Pearl Cook, of the Forks of Chariton. lor about a week, returned home Mon day. A Republican county convention will be held, at Keytessville, at 1C o'clock, a. m., on Tuesday, August 7th, for the purpose of nominating a county ticket. M. Neal, a Salisbury blacksmith, is the patentee of a cultivator.and Is contemplating the erection of a suit able building, in that place, for the manufacture of his new invention. Ths gams of base ball, played be tween the Salisbury and Shannon dale teams, at Salisbury, on Wed nesday of last week, resulted In a victory for Shaunondale by a score of 6 to 5. A convention of the People's party, in this county, will be held at Salis bury to-morrow for the purpoee of nominating a full county ticket. "A full ticket" does not necessarily Im ply that the nominees will be requir ed to get "loir in celebrating their nominations. M. II. iiOLCOMB. Henry and Mrs. Q. K. West, of Marceline, visited the I ass fly of Dr. J. A. Egan last Sunder aad a part of Monday. Mrs. Wert's cbll dren, who had beea visiting at Dr. Egan's for several weeks, re tarn ed home with their ssother. . Miss Loo Patterson, a Salisbury with a patent exterior, and of course beauty, is visiting her sistsr, Mrs. J. fills Ma lemr felt want" n Triolet t M. Mason. and vicinity. E. M. Williams, an old Salisbury boy, receatly of the HanUvms ITerali, Is the editor and B. L. Winn ie manager. Success to the Bazoo. Circuit Clerk Richardson spent Monday and Tussday in Salisbury straightening up the books of the recent Jnly term of circuit court. Ths 8alissary Demvcrxt speaks of Ur. and Mrs. T. E. Mack ay have We regret exceedingly to hear oil the Illness C onr venerable friend, CoL&W. Bell, of 8asbury, who has been prostrated with an afise- tlon kindred to flux. We hope to hear of the colonel's couplets recov ery soon. the fire wkkh recently destroy sd ? their neat Davis livery stable and Merman's aad Welen's blacksmith shops, in that city, as "the destroying angsL" Wehaveteard of the destroying aagel of death, and dow "the dee-1 troying angel of fire" Las just been eettage in the eastern part of town, aad are now "living at home and bearding at the easts place." . G. WILLETT, Proprietor, I-EYTESVn.TiFi, MISSOURI. We wish to call the attention of teachers who expect to attend the Institute that we are prepares to accommodate all who desire board. We will make a special rate daring the ia titabv. One block north of Institute headquarter. Our shoe trade has Increased every year. The cause oi tnis is, we give yon the best goods for less money than they can be bought for else where. Call and be convinced. Ca-ncAif Bxos. Don Mays, of Salisbury, spent Saturday night In KeyteeviUe. He hatched out by the DenncraVa men- drove over to bring his cousin, Missri tal Incubator. For genuine origin- "Blanch Switxler, ef Belleville. III. ality the Pewocratlsunquestlonably nw Keet of Keytesville ttitled to the cooky. I -relatives. All kinds of toilet articles, at 0. L. Swain's. Finest stock of staple and fansy groceries In Charlton county at Q.L.Sw's. Remember when you want cloth ing, dry goods, gents' and ladies' furnishing goods, carpets, trunks, valises, stc, that Rosenstein, of Brunswick, has the largest stock to select from in Chariton county. When you want the pure article, try Kel- lOgg'S pure, hand- La ramie Bentley, the negro who' shot "Syd"Cason, another negro, in a "crap" rams at oraear Foreet Green a week ago last Sunday, was taken to Forest Green by Deputy Sheriff Dempeey last Monday, where it was expected Beatley would have Das preliminary trial nefore 'squire L. A. Spencer.but a continuance was taken until next Monday. In de fault of a $2,500 bond Hentley was again lodged in tail, cason Is up and around and In a fair way to re- caver. C. Sterne, a Brunswick restaur- antenr, was acres ted on Wednesday Or. G. M. Dewey returned home from St. Louis, Wednesday aftecH aoon where he had been for a week taking treatment 4a Dr. John Green w IciCce for eye troubtee, the tear docts having become obstructed. The esouble was remedied by a eurgfestt qseratlon, and the doctors peepers SK-emucn better. The case of the etate of Mteeoas! against Chae. Ifeeke, which taken from this to'Carroll county n ahange of venue. Is set for trial next Monday. Itillbe remember ed that Meek s is aszused of crimnai iy aeeauitiac: Pearl Haston. his 142 made sour-mash whis- "lTLvT" j"oid.i.Mnw.",' It ul m a aourre oi uniTereal mmt amonjr the patrons of the primary depart meat of tb KejteeTill public cnoole to hr that Miee LrnDe 8nllinr he tendered her reauruAtioa a teacher ia that depart t for. the eoatlnjr term, we are not adTiaed aa to whether or not it ia Uiea 8aJ-lin-fir's intention to "commit matrlmon j." Iliea Betti Moormao. of Bronewirkaa bees en ajoyed to teach ia Ulm SuHinger e stead. J. Wbiteman.aa old EsytesviUIan, has sold his hardware store, at Mar celine. to a firm from Pattonsburg, Mo. Mr. Whiteman has not decided where be will locate, but talks of seeking a location in the Ozark coon try in Southern or Southwest Mis souri. During our stay at Asbury Park In Attendance upon the recent meeting; oi the national editorial aseortation, It was our good fortune to b enter tained at ,4Tbe Strand" hotel. The genial nost, loi. ic u; uugnee, is a born landlord and well knows how to contribute to the pleasars and comfort of his guests. celling liquor seems that a strange man stopped at Sterne s restaurant a etort time ago and was either taken sick or feigxed sickness, and aaked Mr. Sterne for some nhiskey, wkich was promptly suppked. The stranger claims that be paid Mr. Sterne for thelkiuor, but ttiis Sterne denies. We did not hear the result of the trial. Sumner is to have a big picnle, at Lakewood, next Wednesday, Julv 23th turnip day. Racing will be the principal attraction, and 'will consist of bicycle races, foDt races, boat races and a ewimming race. Suitable prixee.ranging from a whis tle to a gold medal, will be awarded to the successful contestants. We hope to be able to attend the festivi ties provided some of our neighbors for several monthsast. W. E. Williams, .cue of. Charitor county's hustling farmers, who lives four miles northwest of Keytesville, says that he has an-cld turkey gob bler at his house that is setting oa twenty-five hen's eggs, and has been ) for the past two -weeks. Sheriff Dempeey is wondering "what the harvest will be." and disposed to accept Mr. Williams' statement with a few grains of allowance. H. Dobyns, of Triplet township, paid his subscription to the Coubieb last Friday, and remarked as he did so that he could not lire at lease not happily without the Cocbieb. Such compliments are alwaj-e appre ciated, and serve as an incentive for us to make still greater efforts in will agree to sow oar tornips for us msktog the CorciEB a readable pa- on that day. I per. Constable A. L. Cord.of Brunswick, nad a bnsineee trip to the -capital last Monday. Those wanting fruit jars would do well to see me and get my prices be fore buying. G. QL. Swain. Mrs. C. P. Tandiver has been In dispoeed several days this week, but ie now Improving. eedXye. Parties desiring a good quality ef seed rye will find it to their interest to call on Hansmak & Rick, Keytesville, Mo. The regular July term of the Char lton circuit court, held at. Salisbury, adjourned last Saturday afternoon after baying been in session six day. A number of cases were disposed of as will be seen by the proceedings elsewhere in thie issue of the Cotbees. "Isn't thert bread lowjCy? Where did you get ft?" "At G. Ii. Swain's; he keeps the beet bread ia town and it is ahraj&Treeh avd niee." Miss May : Harlan, a pleasant young lady from Farmiogton. Mo. is visiting tier friend, tties Minnie Miller. When waoting anything in the glass and gseensware liae, remember that 0. L.fjwain cannot be beaten for negoos and lowprbes. Judge Becker is holding circuit court court, at Carroll ton. The docket is a .Leavy one aaf is set for three weeks. TheCoroiEB welcomes G. W. Britt, of Brunswick, who was installed as editor of th Salisbury Democrat last Monday, to ths field of journalism; The eerrices of J. B. Dameron will be retained as manager and foreman, until August 20 th, when he will seek other pastures. U. U. Willetr, proprieter of the Willett hotel, fa as had a-sobstantial &ew side-walk laid in freat of his dace of business this week. The game ef Case ball, played be tween KeyteevEie'e and Salisbury's 'young fry," at Ceytesville.last Sat urday afternoon, was won by Key teeviUe, the score standing IS to 7. A retarn game was played, at .Salis bury, Tuesday afternoon last, resulting In a victory for the Salis bury boys by a score of 41 to 27. The old folks' picnic and reunion. e a. a . . given oy tne colored population in the grove, just southeast of the Keytesville fair grounds, last Satur day was largely attended and was a very pleasant affair. A festival waff given at the colored Masonic hall at aiguc, ana mat was an enjoy--able round-up of the day's pleasures. Deputy Sheriff J. B. Dempeey baaV some trouble with Claib Oliver over" adjusting the shackles on Ollrer'ev ankle at the rock pile last Saturday A lusty blow on the head with one of the rock hammers ' brought the obstreperous fellow to time and ths shackles were adjosted properly. Oliver is serving out a sentence in the conn ty jail for shooting Wm rr. Wilson, of near Westrille. with a shot-gun. There are now five Dria- oners confined in the county jail, tIc Dr. J. L. Maier, of Wien: Walter Blakley.of near Mendon; Clab Oliver of near Westvflle, Jeff Dewew col., of Keytesville. and Lamral Bentley, of Forest Green.