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Mlamdtn Happening. B. R. BoQncto mad a shipment of bog ltTudy. Sam! Ilendmon k-f t laet Friday to viit relative np la Wleconain. Tho. McClouJ, of near re Lee. ha aon very sick with typhoid fever. Wo. Uotwr and family, of near 8aliabury. iitd at W. G. NeUon' last Friday. John Clark, of Salisbury, visit 1 "Uncle BiHj NeUon on Wednesday o! Uut week. J a ram and John Baetl. of Carroll count jr. are vUiting relative in thU community. Bev. Jaine Htf and family, f near By umville.iitdat -Unci Billy" NeUon' last Tuesday. MU Ella Dowrll left for St. Louia laat Wednesday, and a. eertain young man U ad. J. K. Koberteon, of th Keytevill Sign!. was in thia vicinity on Wednesday of laat werk in tb Interest of hU paper. WmfDt'b mt with a painful accident on day laat week by getting kicked by a colt, which broke on bona of Mr. Smith' arm. Malcolm McMichaH and hi daughter, lira, black, and her two little daughter, of sear Rockford. IlL. are visiting I'ncl Billy" elon and family at preeent. Mr. McMkhael is brother in law to Mr. N'tleon. II In Soma ns'.th beat corn crop he baa seen thi season were between Salisbury and llamden. Died.on Acr. llth.oi typhoU and brain Sever. Laura, beloved daughter o! R. J. We cott and wife. living 1 1-3 mile north of llamdea. Deceased waa 14 year aid 10 Zuonthe old. 8hprofd faith In Cbriat during a protracted meeting held at Downer sxbool-hone om tim laat winter, and baa aiaea lived a consistent Christian life. raneral service were beld at hr heme laat Sunday, conducted by Rev. Jama lliae, after which her remaiae wer laid to ret in JfeCurry cemetery. Tb obqulr wer at tended by a lance conconra of relative and friende. The bereaved famUy bar oar deep- eat sympathy. Dr. Price's Cream Baklnj Powder VcUs Fair Hlctost Medal and Diploma. Trtplett Timet. Jam Bo wen waa in Brunswick, Tneaday. MiXa Cora Bell waa la Bninawkk, Mondar. A. 0. IrTin, of Oirrolltoa. waa la town Sat urday. M. lienry waa In CbUlicoth Moaday vett ing on busines. CM William mad m boaineaa trip to Broaawick, Tueaday evening. Mr. Yelton. of near Glaagow, lav kiting relative and friend here thi week. W. O. Ballew returned bom Monday trow vkit to rlatiTta in 8ampei. 15. F. FWtwcv wt In KeTteTir. 'eo aeaday, in atten-n.e tit ou jmoIuv rvm. Bev, J. U. St ttle fitku bia regular ap9iat toent, at Mendon. Sunday morning and eve ening. Frank Triplett returnetl boine frona U Louia, Sunday morning, where b ban bm takiBti in tb race. Ed Irvin went to Maryvill. Suatlay aibt. where h will accept a poitioa in a aartt ware ator at that place. Con Stewart, on of tb beet newspaper men in tb eounty. waa Here ia the intent of tb JruDJwkier, Monday. Mwsea Nora Ilodgr and Cora Wootl oC Marcelin and Mendon. reepeetively, ai rkiting Mka Loo Crockett- ; A. K. Cawtnron went to St. Loai. Wd waday, to Inapect the conditloa of hi to horae. "Sioux Oty Joe." that ia ttivoJ an. J3oth SWe track. J. T. FbUlip. of Filot Grvve. preacW two. wery inUreatlng and inatrwetiv aertrjona at tb"hritian thurch. Saaday morn tut aai evening. n P. Dearman. who I ainking th eoaa iroriect well, haa aiapenJed opera liona for the tim being on account of not Laving the Bsre4ty material with whim o proeeei further. However, w ar informed tba ' vrork will b mumed In a few day. Several of Brunwlcka yoong peopl dr oat to Mr. A. J. Crockett reaidenc Tua j. .....in and anent la evening iwj . w..ntt in ocial conversation. rwV.itKBil Aixitnoo'flf boat .n iA themeelvta at b -AsaongthoM preent. your correeponJeot .1 tK. iftlloain!: Me Beneck. K0- stiae. Merchant. Davia. Barton, l-orby. Fre aad Magmder. of Brunawick: Broaia. of 'OaDati: Wood, of Mendon: Hodge, ol Mar- rliae: and Cawtbron. of Triniett. Beatley. Kennly. KandolpbJ. W. WL.J. Devi. Hodg and Majrnder. Cuthrldge Mill Cntu.lt. A'bert Moraan U In eeorch of water. -em corn ia being cut up in tbU vicinity a account of th drouth. Tke dry weather baa fired and damaged th torn crop badly in thi locality. rv.nch bugaar aiJ to b numerous la thi. Swick and ar badly louring th. late xailkt. .fi-mred an Ice-cream i!!.J.0:Vav night at Bro. White mmyyt - A great deal of eicknea la reporte.1 In thi eon.unity. There are several eaae of ty- IbWl fever. ft v Frv. Tbom Whit and J no. Uinton hav. gotten tired of waiting the -. . ..i f.nre e-one lelow to find Dove lor m " " it. Al.uit took place, at Te D. Jaat Ho.!ay between 8. F. Fry and W. ou.n rVdre inl.H.McKittrirk'. court. Jry ob- SSed Judgment by '"VlXt Want for f Gl and coats. As stated In last ZZk'l Cocaitn Fry sued Guthridge tor due Mm on a boua. h. had built lor the defendant. Be B. Staton, postmaster at tTi.kwood. Ark., has been arrested ntder a charge of tampering with the mails. Jlendon Mention. Toet Reid apent 8uady at borne. Tubbi Welling apent Sunday in Carroll ton. A. F. Hood transacted boalneea in Brans wick, Wednesday. Mia Nelli Herndon re turn J Friday from a two week, viait at Scdalia. T. J. L. Hutheeoa and family, of Roth villa, pa t J through Mendon, Monday. Meer. Cljde Bowman and Frank Darner on, of Saliabury, apent Sunday in our city. Mia Myrtl Smutx. of Brunswick, visited her cousin. Mie Ada Smuts, Tneaday laat. Bjron Fainter took advance of tb tbenand went to Urookneld on ni w. Or. W. U. Lucaa left Saturday for C-inon llty. Colo., where hi wife haa been spending the an miner. Mioeea Nelli and Annie Whalen. of Carroll ton. ar visiting their sister, Mr. W. A. Atlierton this week. Lamp in two parlor were kept burning late Hnmliir evening, but the lvs did not ahow p. (iirU. th.it waa a ery mean trick. W ui.ttLue with you. Mr. er.l Mr. John Val and Miae Ada Autni St ft r-uturdsv fir their home, in IJarMor.l. onit.. utter - lb re month' viait an oi g :r.iu. and re. iiim her. 71 (..'! .nintf person pnt Monday even in: eti !, roMilr ml t lit home of Mi Lon Croririi. ,.t neitr Tuph-tt: Doe Fainter and iir .ur. llmta. Bob I'arker and Miat ri UtHJ, Jo Ingram and Byron Faiutr-. Saltmbury Scribbling. Mia DB Raine la reported belter at thi writing. J. P. Cbrknlan baa moved from tbXay!or property on Fourth etreet into the tfaannon property on Grand avenue. J. C Wallace, C. B. Oawley.R. D. Kdwarda and other wer over Monday attending tb MarkUnd trial. Kitty Mott. coL. baa a worn out a warm arainat Wm. Damm. col., charging hii with aeluring her datjrhter, Florenr. a IV' year-old girl, under aromk of marriager Wrn. will be railed on face the law and a prowpectir mother in-?iw at the earn time. Tb 8aiiliury Inn riib- ba a 'hoof every few day and eome mrk abooting ia repoe?ed. Jo fJallemor and littl rater. Mi Mat tie, ran a p on a v lai t Veind7. Jo will vUit tb inatitaU at tb caftthi thi week. Many f our propl atr7deJ probate court tbi wee.. ThcdeaMkofA. J. Horton. -'' e-pectel. u aad arxt h deeply tieplorrcU- He pair to the electric plant bgbU to be abut oi a portion of thi M. Will Diaruke went ta Fayetta'on m wheel Saturday atd aw take- hie mi'eras4iag. A a wheel it An WJtiam is A 1. Harrr WoCewUmaid of all vk in tb i. oflr. Second at re? wiS) aooo hav arm saw tailding on td borat diatrict. Cbaa. Green, of UoWrly, Ja with fbr few day on a rieit Tb dry. hot -eathe ha raueeit Hater to fail and kau.'ng wter haa becoav a pac ing' htttineM. J. L. DUmuktwaiid Samily have trturne from a -vUit to tN lata-' family ol the- la ter, aeaa Bynum ill: There wn a niw picaar giveo nndemar- ar bor. aarl by th JjooWVouae. ty thc-atho lie' on Wedneeilar. Tar forreel Wfo band tumuihed mjaieania good iIwwm had d-plt th horrid weather. Tb water-work3qpetka I asatn V the lor. A emmitteHrca th city conrril: ia invetagat.ng tb ranol vanning a ptaM-of that rhara cter. Dttlamatory aad BsciUtioa Ceatest. A pleasant divtraicn from th arcJoM- work of tLa tearler atanding the iraatita- and to tb c'eltgbt of many.of our citbetiai.'vi wall, a dec la matory and recitation coott. interepersed with choio selection of 'ocal and inatrumvrntal mvt, oeearred in tb ?i cult court-room of th rourt-houee .smt night. Tb following i tbragram: rao uiaw. laatramental Duet -Jha Grinste.. Ilecitatioa "MeTiaj's Conversicnv'.'l 2l'iMMa?.Haaaita. DecUmatioa "TSa-B'aet Horse and IU Rider," Mr.O.Ta. AHe. Reritalion :GoA Sight, 1'ar-' Mia 031 rora. Vocal Solo MJaa Settle Moer !UriUtkawrhritnDn-NUcba m Quart-' Mia Vila Wh. CeciUtioa. "The J on veil CeJebratic ay? Mia iVf: Fkt. DecUsaation .-No EaatUrw WithM lbo.- Mr. lrek-K- Chs'a InstrumeataJ olo.. Zetta B. ItecitatWa "J J m ,3b Fiahermias MiaaClaja Doanai. Declamation JB Htra ChaHoh Baee," Mr. C. V folneann. Wit avion .City Myet-i Mia Carrie Weat. II iaa llr-van. "The Uatv Vocal Solo. Declamation. Mr. R.T. Uaofr3Wl Beeitatioo "AttiallUK Aurtan.. Mia Uerud Rattedir. Recitation MT in Se tawJ- Mia LTJ Kidman. Declamation Taca tttait not.-wu W0:i U lairey. Vocal Solo JXi. Hootay UrltBoA. WbaTnot thaceaperonali, ba auffic to say thaTeryocofth conXtatau) did well rery wiIU and lamrt tb audi with them tbroiout tV renJttion -tf tnr reapeetlT le-l;on. Tb muaie. aa wJl l obCTed te -J Jo- crara. waa mot furnWed by K-Warille talent and was. iq to Ita ueuai na ai aw ard. ! The Judjce altbe coateat were: l?o.w.C. Holfran.of Talo. MoH and Meadumea J. C. Miller and J.K. TVallac. of KeytvnilW. who awarded tb friae S20 in srold G. L. Al len, of Roaack. Mo. Hevs. llfj. Mansfield, of Salisburr, and P. M. Sears, of near Prairie 1UII. are cundocting a protracted me-tinff, ut benbnet- scfooi. hoiu'e. tour miles nortneast oi i.e$ tesville By the explosion of a gasoline atoT i& St. Joseph. Aua. 11th Mr. Kaufman waa fatally burne.1 and her huahand eeriouty in jarcd while endeaTering to aareher. Salt. Agee Dros. hae Jest received a car load of Michigan barrel eaU. The Magic Touch OF Hood's Sarsaparilla You smile at the idea. But if you are a sufferer from Dyspepsia And Indigestion, try a bottle, and be fore you have taken half a dozen doses, you w ill involuntarily think, and no doubt exclaim, "That Just Hits It!M 44 That toothing effect N a maple touch T Hood's Sarsaparilla gcntlr tones and strengthens the stomach and digestive organs. Invigorates the liver, creates a natural, healthy desire for food, gives refreshing sleep, and in short, raises the health tone of the entire system. Kcmember Mood's Hood's Pills cure liver Ills, constipation, Uious ness, Jaundice, sick headache. Indigestion Boa:- To Mr. and Mr. John Dinemore, four mile south of Keyteeville, yesterday morning, a fin son. Andrew Mackay. Jr.. wife and aoa, George-, of St. Louia. eame opto Keytesvill laat Tuesday to visit relatives and frieuJa. The Shannondale and KeytetrUIe ball teams cross bats, at Shannon dale, this afternoon. On of Mr. Wn. E. H ill Shetland pcay more dropped a colt lot Tuesday niglre. f t waan't much bijtger than a Jack rabbit, bat II r. II ill Is quit proud of it. D. A. Jlallet wa np from tb cut-off with a wsk'w load of watermelon and muak melon ye terday. We bow our thanks to him for rettTembering the Coraien with two fin Aelon. A gam f ha ball was played at Key t arrill laal Friday afternoon, th con teat being between the dagogwe and tb dem aogne. Fh latttr were Vk-toriu by a aewrvof IC to 12. MTss Mabel MetcallVr ofSf. Louie, (s ex peered the latter part of this wetrkrto vieit hereclool frWod, . Miss Luci? 11 ill. Don;l forest to- attend1 the Populrfct'plcrle, nh'xcl' take place at thf Keytcville fair prooDda next Monday -pek, A ay. 27th. II a pcodly Dnraberof matrhnot?al allfanc!Io not jjrow exit of the late ticberoSltriititure weH the jotrnR people at not lib they need To be, that'n aJ'ive know uboot; If. WameyFord, an er-KeytesrHlian, Jwho recently ennged ipt th 3?e stock cocamwsion bosInex4.ar; m as City, anrae down 1ft tr Werfaes Say on baeineee. Tb werrthe- haa been too-hot cd rfryof late 1 ir fairs. Castletoo-,. a 5K.0C 0 stallion, betooglnp to N'rckel Jk Bri srgs, dropped dtad; at the JShel bina: fair, last Toeeday, at the con erssic n of tbe 5th boat of the 230 rJee.. Better do lik the manager of tbe0reat Keyteavill Exfcettion per a H the show till October. "V. nieni you wairt the pur e article,, try Kel lofft r's pure,, band- ina le sour-mash, whis key lt uty SberifJ Detapsey looks as tboof th he might have rn np armir .st t ho man that struck Billy 1V .rOD. but he ass-jres us that essb is noy the case, and that bis brtii ed cheek bone and blackened tntk ; was caneed by his beini; turned ewe in a eart while? bnntinir for the bmx o white cappers in Missouri twnr nehip last Tueeday night. PAY VT. All jnrties intltbted to the ei idersigned arc requested to m ll am settle at once, I am v reDaiinxr to cet married and r .eed every cenS due me. Joe Held, The Shoemaker. Mrch Adoi.fh Max ant) two chil dien, a boy and1 girl,- aged 5 and 1, rt-eoeetivelr. o Lyons. Iowa, were misdxl from their home last Mon day. and search for tLem resulted in the Jndltig of the mother's body in the- riter wSth the smallest child cUdh1 in hr-r arms. The body of th other child was. not found. Fear ol starvation and lack of employ nipnt led to tbedeed. Three little chiP, dren are Mt. We noticed an emigrant wagon passing through our streets going east the other day. We inquired lt-ro the movers were from and where they were going. Thy said they were Irom Central Nebraska, where even the leaves on the trees were parched and dry, and that the only people remaining there were those who had money to pur chase supplies -elsewhere. The meeting of the Democratic Prees association to be held at Pertle Springs has beon postponed to Sep. 5th and Gth. Tbc teachers hare bad a fcwelttr ioff tima fortlitir institute, but moat of them have done good work regardless of the heut. One tires of reading the accounts ia the papers of the suffering of man and beast that must ensue in the drouth-stricken districts of our land. fair The Democrats in the eenate refuse to support the house who bill providing for free sugar, free coal, free iron nod free barb wire will find ' that they hare tackled u political buzz saw. Congressman' Bkeckenrige, of Arkansas, has reeigued in order to accept the appointment recently given liJrn by President Cleveland os minister to Russia, In the pri mary elections beld io Mr. Brecken ridge's district rencratly, be was beaten for reaomination. hence his resignation in order to go to Rus sia. The action of the lower hoose last Monday in passing tie senate bill and following that up with a bill providing for free sugar, free coal, free iron an(? free barb wire shows that the houee means business snd intends to p3t Democratic traitors in the senate on record as Juda lecariots o? their party. NB of the handsomest editions of a newspaper we ever saw is the last ies&e of the Columbia, Ilissouri, Her ald, wbirh contains twenty -four page?, and is a souvenir edition of the repeat meeting of tUe- National Editorial association, teJd at As bury Park, N. J., which v.-as presided over by-Walter Williams,, editor of the IJimld. A cviioNE struck North Madisoai Ohio, last Monday, and devastcd forests, orchards, buildino-tigrowiD crops, tty. Tbe wind struck in near the lakeland swept a path 100 ' fee) wide clean of everything in its waytJ Heavy hail-stoaes accompanied the wind aad- enoasbed thousands- windows AH crops in the path- oi the storsi'were utterly destreyedt W. J. Oliver, of Missouri township, the Populist candidate for rrpresen- tative, was-irt AeyteSVlile Tuesday and remained to attend the Demo cratic eak.ing at the court house tbatr sight. It is told of Mr Oliver, that while discussing politics drring the day, he ascribed to Abrahaa Lincoln the sayirgi: "A house divided against itsell shall fall." Mr. Lincoln may have- said it. but the bible contains the same thing, andf we ari surprised that a man who doesn't know more about biblical quotations should ask. the people of Chariton couny to setd'hira to the legiatare. We now under stand why. Mr. Oliver is a Populist. If be knew more about the bible he would be a good Democrat instead of aflatmooey and grain pawn-shop man. Dr. Joseoh V. HubbarcL of Morgan connty, was nominated by a Republican convention, at JelTersorv City, as their stand ard bearer for Comrress- against Dick Bland. Only about one-third of the 100 del egates were present. Two countiesiwere not represented and two- others had cut one delegate- each. This shows the Republicans are following a forlorn hore in Bland's dis trict. The Salisbury PessSjecta tor in its issue of last week mentions the name of Prof. G. C. Briggs, principal of the North Missouri institute, locat ed at Salisbury, in connection with, .he next school commis siontrship of Chariton county An effort to change the current of the Missouri river, and the ; ,r ' . scheme to return Mr. Ingalls to the United States Senate, are local enterprises at Atchison which are attracting consider able attention. An Iowa syndicate has leased several thousand acres of land in Henry county, Mo., and is boring for oil. The bor ing is at Doyle's Port, east of Nevada, on the TTenry and bar ton county line. FINANCIAL -OF- Keytes Building & Loan Association, For the Thirty-Light Months Ending July ISth, 1894. ORGANIZED Loans, first 8ries....... . Loans, second aerie Delinquent, first eerie...... Delinquent, second series Cash on hand ...... Less dues pnid in advance, second series Lfv unearned premium, first series Les unearned premium, seroud aerie Lesa amount due borrowers .... Lees amount due withdrawals LIABILITIES. Duhi. fiist series. 107 shares 38 months Duiu, second series, 141 share 16 months GAINS. InU'rest on Icon .... Fee and fines- ..... Discount on ska re withdrawn Earned premina, first series Earned pi-emius, second aeries Less expense account 38 months Less interest paid withdrawals C 12,114 21 We, H. C. Milit-r, president, and II. B. Hunt", secretary, and each of ns, d solemnly wear that tb the '4est of our knowledge and belie?zto a bore statement ia true cad correct. H. MILLER, Preiident. M. B. HUNT, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to lefore me, a rmry public for Chariton coimty, 11 i souri, qoaitfled for a term ending January 2mlr 1896. This Aug. 14thv 1834. ED. T. 1IILLEK. Notary Fablic. Iflgg ytit jCX':'-PM Tbet eachers will enjoy a reception by tho citizens, of Keyteeville, at the courthouse tonight. letter List. List of) letters reinainkna; in the Xsy tesville . Mr Mbarlea Green; Mr. A. H Spau!di&g. IV UCUuSUIliU IUI Ul3 twjav aca iiuw sajr.-"ad.'rtised. Jjro. (.mvavs, P. M. The editor of tie Goouna was nominated for mayor of Keytesville on the Democratic ticket yesterday. WehaA uot more tiian been nomi nated before some enterprising in dividual commencetr to sprinkle tbe dusty streets, and this morning our nomination was followed b? a nice rain. Vote for Vacdiver. yrL Wolfe, atate Bcneintandant t public lAbtntcrioii, came to wn yeatwnday nnd re mained ion? enouRn tona:e aai idwiwiidk aad insructiT talk to th teaaher. "What shall w teach in onr ?pbllo MfioohH" va bis them, lie belieyea in prosreea-nnd dreiope- ment thronjrn tne nnrai oruer ana on une that aremoet intereatiug- to th learner. Objset belonging to on or tbe other of three natural kingdoms aaiftht cotitut a daily abject leeeon. Tneeeanouia n etuajea more and text-books less, seemed to be th pro fessor 'a idea, and we thinly it is a geod one, too. Mfivor Webster Davis, of Kansas City.'in his speeeh at the Republican state convention, at Excelsior Sps., last Wednesdays denounced free trade and monometallism as the seeds of English devi'.n-eat. and concluded by calling on Republicans to stand by American protection. His honor did not tell the convention that the Re publican part? is responsible for the advancement we have mad toward monometallism by demonetizing silver in 1813. KOTtZZ OF DISS0LTJTI0N. The partnership heretofore exist ing between J. T. Swain and Geo. L. Swain, uader the Arm name of J. T. Swain &Son,ia this day dissolved by mutual consent, J. T.Swain retiring. Geo. L Swain will continue the busi npsfl. and assume all liabilities and collect all debts due tbe firm. June 30tb, 1804. J. T.Swaix. G. L. Swaix. As early morning fire, at Independence, Mo., Wednesday destroyed $10,000 worth of property belongiag to A. K.' Maxwell, con sisting of one boue.a larg barn full of baled hay. several stables, three horses, one cow and three street cara. A lantern which was left lighted over night was the cause of the fire. Th b Wftiirt IGUst t vttfeSS i fee STATEMENT APRIL, 1891. . S12.800 00 4,400 00 329 75 188 75 01616 J 18,334 66 - 18 75 2,060 73 61 17 &95 00 2..V34 80 6.220 45 8 12,114 21 7,486 00 2,236 00 1.572 19 823 25 262 40 1.2C3 02? 183 08' f 3,603 75 9 896 25 335 29 f 1,23154 $ 2,372 21 MODEL . MILL GO. Vutzfutmn of sal Osilsn la HislMg Floor ann Ileal, Salisbury, Mo. Tie Besf Hin E?er Bnilt In tie CiKintr. A Share wi the Ffrbhc Fatronttge Seliaited. Caeh Faid for Grain. . ' TRUSTEE'S SALE. WhereasiAlired Fjutell and Elizabeths Fin nell. his wie, Jiji tleir certain deed of tenwt. dated the 1st eay ot July, A. D.. 18914. nnd rexrded zwieed ot trast book 6. on - 9 263, in the- recoeder's office of CbaaaCvs. county. bliseouri ooaveyed to W. J. Parks, as trustee,. alH thei- right, title and i interest in. and to th folio w:t? described real estate, situate, lying, and being in the couny of Chariton, state of Mssouri, to-wit: All of t ha south heJI of the sonthenBt quar ter of 8ection No thirty-one (31). to-woship No. fifty-three (3)Lnuige No. seventeen. fcl7) west of tha3ftb prinripal meridian, aiao six teen (16) laet. off. tha south Bide of the south east quartrof th southwest quarter of the same sectioBiy. township and range af?esaid. Which said oonve&ace was made in trast to secure tb paymaat of a certain ffomis sory note in said ded of trust described, aad whereas said note has become due aad re mains unpaid, now,. therefore, at tbe request of the legal-holder adsaid note, and lit pur suance of Ch terms-bi said deed of trust, I will, on Saturday the 1st day of September A.D., 1894, between tialioor ol nine o'clock in tbs fore noon andi fire tfalock in the afteraooa of that day. at the east front door of the oaarn house, in ttbe oity 1 KeytesTilie, cotmiiy of CharitonaforesaUl, sell the same,vorso much theraof.as may be required, at pablio vendue, to .the hig3et bidder, for cash, for the purpose ofu atbsfying said note and pay iagtherjata-andaKpenses of execcSinff this trust. W.-J. Paks Trustee. Order oPubtication in Tax Suit State cMissocat) 83- County of. Charltoa) In the circuit eomrt of said county April term, 1304. The atate ot Missouri, at the re?ntioa and to the -as ot A.1 Welch, collet r ol the revenrtvwithin. aad for the count.ot Caari ton and state oi Missouri, plaintiff, vs A. A. . Carmoa, A. Mawkay. jr., 11. K. CatmaavK Hn ( annco, heir ot Robert Carmon.J. X Mitch- ) ell. Cannon Mitchell, Anna Mitchell, Wm. Maynerd.ir-, AUen J . Dewey, Job8. Dewey. WinniayO. Jooaeand unknown hair of. Eva J ones.defeadaat. At this day comes the plain til herein, by bis attorney, before tbe undersigned, clerk of said court in vacation, and files his petition. Btatag, amea; other things, tbat tbe above named defendants are non resident of the staW of Missouri and cannot be summoned by th ordinary process oil thia court. W brjwupon it is ordered that, said defend ants be notified by publication. that plain tiff has commenced a suit against them in thia court, the object and gecAcal nature of th petitioa filed in said suiV being the en fcroemeut of tbe lien of the state ot Missouri against eertain real property, owned by said defendants, and fully described in said peti tion lots No-ons (1), two (UJ. end threo () block eight (8) in KeytcsvUle. Mo., for cer tain taxes, interest and cost levied upon said al property as in said petition fully set forth. And that unless tbe said defendants be and appear at this coxat.at the next term thereof, to be begun and holden at the court house in the town of Keytesville, in said county, on the 15th day of October next, and. on or before the ei&th day of said term, answer or plead to the petition in said case, the same will be taken as confessed, and judgment wu- be rendered accordingly. And it is further ordered that a copy hereof be published according to law in the iu tbe Cbaritox t'ocaics a weekly newspaper published in said ceanty. estate op Missouri. S3. County of Chariton 1, 11. U. Richardson clerk of the cirrait court of Chariton county aforesaid, hereby certify that the above is a true copy of the original order of publication, in the ravae therein named, as the same appears in my office. Cvrs Witness my hand as clerk, and .oCA-Vti seal of said court. Done at office -CCyiu KeytcRvilio, this 10th day ot A.vsufct, 1.4. s 11. il. Kiciuct?oir, Clerk.