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OF THE LARGEST STOCK OF FURMTUEE IN CHARIT02T COUNTY. SWORN STATEMEHT. SPTJXP CipTTFP" Caught us with entirely too many Goods on hand, JL JLJLJLJ fi-J Jb and we must turn these Goods into money Ty sell ing them at a 25 per cent. CASH DISCOUNT for the NEXT THIRTY DATS beginning Monday, July 16th, 1894. REHEGBER THOSE WHO CODE FIRST WILL HAVE CHOICE OF FULL STOCK. We hereby gire notice that for THIRTY DAYS, beginning Monday, July 16th, 1894, we will sell any or all of our-Furniture stock at a twenty-five per cent, discount fir era reg ular Hard Times Prices. Mgr. SalMurj Fur. Co. Subscribed and sworn to! before me, this nth day of July, 1894. fS-- T. NESVBOLD, S5tS? Notary Public .THE CHABITON COURIER, O. P. TASDZYZ&. Ed. and Prop. KEYTESVTLLE, - MISSOURI. ..SPECIALISTS- Are the leadfa sad moat aneceatful rpecialUfi sad - rui si v. y dl aged sacs. 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Cuaaait ao other, a. roa iuj waata rataaUa .tiaM. OwtaU oar ira.ina at oooe. Bwar. of fa aa4 rhraa trrarmeatm. Wo rtrt faat aaaaaoal aclrallaa tmuawai at atrr.-l inkii a. ko-w m ra ha om for aaf a4 .Kiiuai . fiwiam rUKH nnUU at tt tna.-. ay nil Th.ruaah aa.ottaMloa aa4 rrrrl mi la . .aoata. A iai iraarwtrat raa ea1 l aa-Vriif af caaea, aa4 for SrmrHorn Blank X. I fr Mr. Va,8farWaawiira. furMtalHaraM-a, Aileurra a.ad.txa .u.war.4 awowiatlr. Oonca. atrtctt fob t-.aatUL CaUr trranweat oral frra fron oaarrva Uoa,. BafaloaayaaUata.oaAUaa4oataaojaea -bHTrTiVrHAWAY & CO., X. CfCorarr Mmth mm Fella .. .fCL'a Btamj ST. JMXTB. '."The People's party in Chari ..ton .-coanty have about the earno' motive as either the He , publicans or Democrats they ' are alter the offices, but are a . longay after them. Tlvio young ladies, of St. Joseph employed in the Inde pendent Cracker factory, were . recently poisoned from eating vKansaarJCity sansage for din ner. Their recovery is consid- . ered donbtfnl. The merenry of late has indi . cated ii temperature of from 100 to .112 degrees at many poinU in Nebraska, the Dako : tas, Iowa and Minnesota, while .we call it Vas hot as blazes" here at K though we have run above that figure occasion ally this summer. The Argentine Republic is in debt fcrtX000, and its pa per passes at one-third its face value. A Populist policy is in force in that country. Chari ton county Populists would do well to investigate this . matter before they go too far with their financial vagaries. Facts and .figures force the SL Louis QUbe-Dcmcxat to admit that SL Louis banks did a 14-per-ceit. better busi ness last week than for a cor responding period of last year. This showing is not so bad as the calamity howling of the G. D. and its abuse of the na tional Democratic adminfcfra ion would indicate. i ai m ii The railroads are beginning to file their claims .against the city of Chicago for ..damages sustained in the loss of proper ty during the late strike in that city. At Forest, Ky., July 2Sth, Creed Cardwell, who was as sisting his neighbor boys in getting up a Wild .West show, was accidentally shot by one of ;his playmates. A careless use. of fire-arms which boys ought not to be permitted to have was the cause of the trag edy. The. prospects for the house and senate "to get together" on the tarifT bill are growing brighter. If the house bill is passed the Democrats will sweep the country again this fall, but if it isn't then the country will "sweep" the trai tors out of the United States senate and brand them with ihQ infamy they deserve. Senator Vest, who was re ported ill of erysipelas a few days ago, had sufficiently recov ered as to be able to attend the conference committee meeting of the house and senate last Monday. Perhaps the senator's illness was due to the fact that he had been taking too much -ao gar in "hisen" by voting for the sugar trust. . Whether it is better to ac cept the tariff bill as it comes back to the house amended by the senate or fight it out on the line of true tariff reform is a question that is vexing many of the Democratic members of the lower house of congress just at this time, some of whom think it is better to adopt the latter course and continue the fight till March 4th next and then let the new members try their ihands. A brutal tradgedy occurred at Hopkinsvilie, Ky.r July 28 th, in which a would-be son-in-law was stamped to death by his intended father-in-law. The young man had been paying attention to the daughter for some time, greatly to the dis comfort of the old gentleman. Not succeeding in breaking the engagement, and learning the necessary license had been pro cured, the old man's pa&3ion got the better of him with .the result named above. T. J. Tarsney, adjutant-general of Colorado, and brother of Hon. John Tarsney, of Kan sas City, was, daring the recent strike - troubles ia Colorado, taken from his hotel at night and treated to a coat of tar and feathers by eight masked men. Since that time Mr. Tarsney has been on the alert for his wicked persecutors and tuc- cecded a few days ago in cap turing one of them named Wil son, near Nevada, Mo. Wilson OB was sent out as a deputy sheriff to assist in quelling the trouble at Colorado Springs and commanded a squad of mounted men. lie was taken back to Colorado for trial. It is supposed Tarsney's harsh treatment was occasioned by hii sympathy JTor the strikers,- You Can See that We Mean Business by Our Svorn Statement. Populists or Greenbackers should go East where their votes would do some good. It is the height of folly to divide and weaken the Democracy of Missouri. Railroad officials, in. Illinois, have directed their trainmen to stop and put out fires when started on the farms by rail road engines. This course has been found necessary in order to protect farm products from destruction and for which the railroad companies are liable. The "Commonwealers," head ed by Coxey, Kelly, Hogan and others, have all come to grief. They have been desert ed by their leaders. The rank and file at different places have begged their food for weeks, and contributions have been so meager that threatened star vation is the result. Hogan's army, camped in North St. Louis, is reported as being in a deplorable condition. Recent dispatches from Ne braska say the hot winds that prevailed there several days last week effectually ruined the corn crop of that state As a result meetings are being held looking to the formation of irrigating companies. It is believed that irrigation there can be made a success, and that in so doinir the disasters incident to drouth will be ma terially lessened if not avoided altogether. The Japanese in the vicinity of Sacramento, CaL, of whom there is a large number, held a mass-meeting in a hall, at Sacramento, last Saturday night and pledged themselves to raise a large sum of money to send to their country to help the Japanese continue their war against China. Commit tees were appointed to start out immediately on a collecting tour among the Japanese in Sacramento and surrounding country districts. Capt. F. M. Lewis, of Sum ner, is being "mentioned" as the Republican mutton, who will be offered up as a sacrifice by that party as a candidate for state senator in this district next November. The captain, however, will doubtless com mence to "Hedge" before the nominating convention comes off, and enter his protest against measuring swords with a major an office superior in rank to a captain, and in this instance of far superior ability also. Some of the railroads are per mitting their striking employes to return to worn on condition that they sever their connection with the A. It. U. organization. Many of the strikers are com plying with the imposed con dition. To whom has the strike been of benefit? Certainly a large majority of the strikers as well as their employers have lost heavily. We do not be lieve in leaving the laboring man to ike mercy of hit. many times, heartless" employers. To protect both and to secure justice to all concerned we favor a board of arbitration to which both parties in such great struggles shall be made amenable. TOMrOOIXRT. The people allowed the Re publican party thirty years in which to bring the country to ruin. Many foolish Democrats demand that the Democratic party right these wrongs and hoist the country into prosperi ty in the short space of a few months. The fact is overlook ed that the road to recovery is necessarily tedious; that we must have a transition period; that during a transition period business is always more or less distracted and prices generally low and fluctuating. At this stage of the game we always find a lot of so-called Democrats talking all sorts of fanciful tomfoolery about an imaginary omnipotent government, with its fiat money, fiat railroads, fiat loans, fiat men and flat Gardens of Edens. Just such tomfoolery prevented the Dem ocratic party from getting con trol of the government sixteen years ago. Had it not been for such tomfoolery every need ed reform would have been worked out years ago and the country and its business wouid to-day be in a state of unexam pled prosperity and cheerful ness. -Now we have the same set o a. Bnort-signtea, madmen cooing and wooing and fretting and fuming at Democrats to ge . at o a. a mem to go nowiing alter lm possioiiities and , visionary schemes and thus make room to let the Republican party step back into power and in trench itself there for another thirty years of rich man's leg islation and misrule. If the Populist leader were to an nounce that he was the verita ble Christ returned to earth there are some Democrats in Chariton county who would be lieve him and trot off after him. . The latest, indications go to show that the an ti-tariff-reform Democrats of the senate are beginning to come to their senses superinduced no doubt by a vigorous protest against .1 . . tueir undemocratic conauci py their constituents who are de manding of them the adoption of a tariff-reform measuie after the fashion of the Wilson bill. An enthusiastic meeting of the Democrats in Frederick county, Maryland, in voicing the sen timent of their people requested Mr. Uorman, their senator, to support the Wilson bill or re sign. These gentlemen in the senate who oppose tariff-reform need to be taught a lesson in the ' rudiments of Democracy, that the people are the sover eigns or tne nation and not tne serfs. While the tariff bill as amended Dy tne senate is no doubt an improvement over the McKinley bill, which Senator Sherman denominated "protec tion run mad" it does not satis fy the Democrats of the country It protects the interest of too many articles conti oiled and operated by corporations and trusts while the farmer's wool goes free. If free raw material for one kind of manufactory s good why is it not good for all? is a question not satis factorily settled with the peo ple. . They demand free raw; tnaterial all along the line or! WHILE THE PRESENT CUT CONTINUES TIB -BMW -Lite Will Furnish House Bills CIpar G. P. Flooring, $1.60. ? Common Flooring, $1.25. Best 6 inch all heart cypres shingles, $2.00. Good common shingles, $1.35. Extra Star ,A SJaI,red cedar ehinle8. $2.G5. No. 1 4 ft lath, $2.55. No. 1 32 inch lath, $1.35. Beet white lime, 70c. All other items at the same propor tionate figures. . J. M. PEERY, Proprietor. i ' - "" else they;.; will . continue the odioas charge of class legisla tion against the law-makers. Ton ahould know exactly where to find a newspaper theae wiaby-waaby timet. Yon will find th Cockieb ia "the middle of the road" en all question. Yon will find her interested in your county aSairt and not in the affairs of Earope, Asia and the moon. Take her and read her. rally around her and support ner. we occasionally near some thing said about "a yaller dog Democrat." When it comes to supporting their party tick et the Republicans and Pop ulists will be found to be quite as '"yaller" as the Democrats. Sovc fool newspapers talk about old times in politics whan every man yoted every other man's ticket and when there were no party claims and all such staff. TMsaound mighty nice, but it is all untrue. Whigs always vated for Whin, Democrats for Democrat, ad Abolitionists for Aboli uosusu. 1 nere ras never been a time since Geerge Washington left the presidential enatr tnat we dul not hare, preserve and enfeece party organization q this country. STATE DEMOCRATIC TICXJT. For Judge Supreme Court FRANCIS M. BLACK, of Jackson County. - For Stat Superintendent of Public Schools, WILLIAM T. CARRINGTON. of Audrain County. For fisilroad and Warehouse Commiassioner JOSEPH H. FINKS, of Chariton County. For Representative in Congress, Second District, URIEL S. HALL, of Randolph County. For State Senator Sixth district H. T. AlcCLAXNAHAX, of Sullivan County. COUHTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Representative T. P. 8CH00LER, For Probate Judge H. C. MINTER For Prosecuting Attorney . -v J. C. WALLACE -.. For Circuit Clerk ' H. B. RICHARDSON. For County Clerk R. D. EDWARDS. For Recorder of Deeds n. h. smith f - For Treasurer. A. L, WELCH .. , For Presiding Judge County Court LL0TD H. HERRING For Sheriff JAMES E. SEMPSET, . For Judge Eastern District HENRI HAYES For Judge Western District CHaS. E. ALLEN : For Coroner DR. 0. M. DEWEY D Yin at Following Cut Prices: MODEL . MILL GO., Xnsifictogi at tad Bulirt !t Higli GrailB Honr anil Ileal, Tie Best Hill Erer Built In tie County. . Capacity, 150 Bbls Per Day . A Sbare of the Public Patronage Solicited. Cash Paid for Grain. ' Agee Bros, carry a line of cigars second to none. Joseph Haasman. ' Henry Bick Han smart & Hick, DKAXntS - Pure : iiB : ail : liitrn XTTEST1LLE9I10.T 0Tht Celebrated Anheuser-Busch Lmgmt; Beer always on draught. W solicit a ahsrs of th publie patronage , THOS. HARNED,- TOIISOBIAL ABTIST, ' t KEITESTILLE, 2X0, MS Shaving, shampooing and hair cutting Everything neat and clean. Step right in yon arenext. L. M. Am. boats, : . President. J. CWaxxac. VkFreaidentf BANK,: . U MUXXB, ' . ... A. F. TOOLXT, a ia a - vwunr .. i( , ; T. J. MOORMAN; ; ATTORN'Y-AT-LAW, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, '. ;-V KETTESYILLE, . HO. WOfflc with Crawley ft Son. . L N. DEMPSEY ATTORN9 Y AT ZA TP KEYTE9Y1LLE, HO. : WQl practice in Chariton , and adioiuinar counties. . Office with J. C. Wallace, front room ore! Farmers' Bank. ' ' VaT FEFFL75 CSTC:3'0D H as powerfaUy ana quiekly. Cares when all. others fail. Tonne men regain lost manhood; out men rsoorer roaiMul vigor. AWiater tr I.pea,Klakt)rf-.lMlaa.IttPo;;,r! . four. - oat.. mmwoe. j-;mv rnnA allrftcU of mrif mtm or ncom and -tiUrrrtitm. Ward, off Insanity and consumption. Ixm te'.dri7Ktrwitnipoee a worthless sabstitote on tob r-ra-oiiT-ias arreeTPrnroflfct Insist oa hav. Can be 4rr.e1 in v-t- rt. Prepaid, plln wrsa a." o fnr Man-r. P'.r.ti '1'; by djwtots. Address. aaaVaj aaaWSsTasI 4 Sold by J. A. Egan.