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sisaivhv Auviiin n Konvnncnco a o d irr:iYnni tfij ;.! v IZVl-f jews" 1 ,. 1 ajo .tws.'ctx iu,-j rs7o Z' JJZ mm - sumdAs 'C3373S1C! QOOT3 r 'jtinossi::' o o ud sysxyx (Nouorir.r tins) O cxv j.szaio mm . Mr. Charl L. a Wuilc in Chicno, V- 1 : piprcuanr, Auiik r, i j rn;:ui.i iit t.m pt D:s Moir.i'?, I-v.v l:r-l prions t ;nit- t?ii. t.u)!: 8ccu 3t ij cc!.l it I.cf i)!d h.-irdly talk prnaTipvt !;'.:t t?i" prompt t:?rt of ra!)-"r!i!:-.V C)Hjr!i remedy currd !m cf hi c. ! I cnqnicMy t!ri otii.r? nJ h'i!.r!' !";-'n ;vr;m' ordcml it tre pnu : c in t': :r j'.n'x' tv Mr. ohlrr for t'.'iin r thrni now to crr- id en!.! ?o q :l'T. For by , C. Uaston. Daring tlu setting of the cir uit court T Jackson county, t ud?ir.d'.ncc, last wcvx, 'udge i?tovrr grr.ntd 4J1 di orcos. In cvtry cas, but one, he wife was the plaintiff. One Voman was rantt-'d a divorce a.1 J CvVUitU a a tisband. i tmrcnteed. Cure. We nuthrr:.-Ad our ndvritise-d Vngisr to ft !l Ur. Slit g'i ii'-w ii- .ver h;r et minptton, oiv"4 anj r. on tl conlttirn. n you i-r n!:rt-d with n tough. coM or py lu-C. throa! or eheft trouble. id wi'.i ti? th: rrmrdy n" -JirrcteJ. v!t g if i fair trial, cr 1 t Sp:r;cnce r Iwnrtit, you may rthwn iha bot- cnn f.-ilve your my. ;" r::i:n:fJ. e re::! r.ot rn thi? t fi". r did not kvnvr tint Ir. King w d:M:.rry c-u!d b rrh-J on. It ver ili j oi:;ts. Tih bftths fre W. C. (5 i-if:n drug store. Large ? oOj. nr. CI. .tr2CATioN poir.t to tht f tct that htrnpj r will b ?cirr-, r.nd con- uently tt:-h? tu hii::: a good e. IJl c-irefo! faria-T vken vou ! your n'p!e ia th orchard tliat t buyer do n-t l-nt yru guos- r as to th" r.ainl-r of bn!ie!s you aviNO XV. L v::!:o::r:, phyil d" tor of Y. M. ( A.. I)- Moir-rs, a, Fay h can co:TcI? ntioady omnientl Chfliabenain's p-iinhaltn ntldet, pvmnat?, t'icycliits. ; . . bciitioc-, nisi for wrcn.- nnd j fat-s,i.I r li riie!.,,. When np 1 brf.r th p rts b.-cotn- i 'Aid- it v. it a cir-' in a-1 h :!f th" bv C. U.:-:i:i. h lr.;t y.n in the world for ntr. Salt urn. e er:-r - SW a . H:ao ! h?r.''..s C'.iU Vii-sCorn and nl ' t.rui'i.c i.f, nr.ii pasiiTtiy i I'i:?. or no pay ruired. It Mrr.t-d to give perfect viii n, or rto'v nrndid. I'rico rnrs n br. x. For .! bv . V. C. Gaston. Ua. H. P. A., of L!rinrton!si3-M jty. !i-Tf t.egMO fnvrt;gatinn to! Ttain. ir po".'!:)!", wnat opcnme 1- tnx Wtl in that eunty !ark ?G0 to build a eonrt boue: ntfr bfl bn mntionI to t of th old citlz?asit but none of ieeen to know anything about h Mail ntd Star ay It is laato whether th infeati will aaonut to anything. Gtssral Domestic. The bolting Kaoaaa Populists hare named a new atate ticket. Don's trade review enows a eteady J increase and improvement in busi ness. Tarl C. Upton, of Marthallton, Io.t committed euickle because his wife left Lim. Frnnlc Morrie, who niarderrd Bernard Loker at Illch Hill, Pa., lias been captured. Beverly Adams was banged nt Uopkinsville. Ky., for the murder of Ott Campbell. Hatch' majority in the Kir t Mi. eriun district ot the no nominating pn- maris was 302. It is n-portfd that it number rf Fi ji islan l r have brtn convicted of devil wnrkf-hip. Uuhop D. A. Smith says that Mexini nil! be madt tho center for the Morman church. Barrett Scott, trraFcrer cf Holt county. Neb., vfes eonvictrd upon chorg-? of embezzle mnt. J. Ston nnd daughter were rob bnl and murdered nnd their hiu was burned, near Atchison, Kus. L'ank clearings for the past week show no inert ae of 15 prr cnt. ovf r the same period of Inst year. At Port Morris, N. J.( lira. Caro line White raan, nn ard woman, wa. fo tortured by n burglar that ehf will dio. A n view of the iron trade says the production is runninz ahvad of the jdCia&dt though tholattnrl? hrgi ihn II. Fiherwas k:!! il nt Ilrll wood '',vo jrt-crd Ciaid Yrht. 'i':py iSl quarreled about eore Icild.-r .,ckp Deputy SheriK orge Wil-on and William North quarM "V" at Middleboro, K.v. C'ilS'Ja ! d-ad and North wounded. Kobbers removed Vn bth plate? from tho rails on rt h'gh bridge in Ida'io. The b'ai wu discovered in time to fave n pa?pnger train wbicli wa heavily loaded. A man ramfd Uarnuo arrived nt ilianrnpolis from Thief river r.nd (tattd that the forest fires made th water in the river fo hot that the fish then-id wen eealded to dentil. AttiaUrl ty Jrezght Car TtieTos. John Stf nsoD, colored, was nrres last Friday at Sdalia charged with having n??aulted Conductor Ilobert Foster, of the Missouri PnciSce, in tent to kill. Foster discovered Sten ton nnd three nrro companions in thn act of breaiing n eeul on a car loaded with merrhandisi, with intent to commit burglary. Seeing that he wp.3 recanizd, ftrt.on attacked the conductor nnd struck him on the bafe of t!ie Lrain with n huge bowl der, cutting u frightful gafh and rendering him unconscious for sever al hours. Tho wonld-bt burjrlars then fled, thinking; th?y had kill d Foster, by rvison f which their identity would not to difeovered. 3fy platform can be stated thus: First, the Union, indis soluble, forever; second, state sovereignty, unimpaired; third a tariff framed on a free trade .basis; fourth, free silver; fifth religious freedom and freedom of speach and press. All these. an; approved by four-fifths r those that constitute the Dem- 'ccratic part v. Ihese represent 4"u aviiwiviit '"- tv, and tor tliat reason l am a Democrat. "W. J. Stonr." "Tli country is approaching an era of unusual prosperity." Mr. l)e ew remarks, 4;and h-n I1 K11"1 have been ieac!id in its fullness the one class ol i:;en that the countrv v. ill xnost'd i t .1 landty howlers who have sf.nght to hinder the people in their effort to recover from li nancial and industrial paraly- Now and then we find a Re- publican who has spunk and good sense enough to speak out in meeting and say just what he thinks. We commend Mr. Depew for his good sense, and ask the calamity howlers to read and consider what he says. Bricklayer and Plasterer, Understand thoroughly the qm of the celebrated Acme plaster. Cistern work a s pecialty. Price reasonable and satisfaction franraotced. LeoTe orders with J. M. I'EEllX Brunswick, or KETTESVILLE. LUMBER CO., KeytesTille, or call on or addres the un dersigned. Brunswick, Ho. E. E. BRJJGE. rirlifferencp, A. F. Tooley. KeytesYille. Mo. A Stary o! Crict. Or.c upon n time in Albany Gen. Grant was pricing through with n party of friend. Tl; high ecliool of th city na-rml'ed its forctP to v.rl come bin:. S-vrrf I d the br?gl:tr$t Fcliolarjj gave'quotation? in different RPnernl-'s rtcriit trip tuound t ll" j 1 ,t, ... worlu-nnd the joi:Eptrra were spn ling J'.ll tlnirPOr.r' Xr.iaute. i-V ! ... " i i 8 iy;ng th long sentences ;a th? 1 in-. gU'lgfA rot tbc ir ;wn. Whril thr' .... , , . ' Cventfa! nFr.r.-OOn diLcl nni the ) i.'Ti, voi.v.-i 1 a I to' 1 the encr ll , , , r- hO'.v Wlcor.l-h? w.:r, th rjr.otatlo:,8 !K"fin Th latin rm.n Iir rl 1 l'!l,n f,nC- ''! b'-en given arid the (Ire.'!c,nnd thi'n t!:e bay vto had Knrno.l t!i S) iis!i lir.e ln1 t' K70 lut w'; n, to the surprse o'.nlt .tm! l.ir.cd fi:r'.vard nnd tapped tie principal of the e:hool upan th thould-.T. "Tell them to t-ptnk in English paid Kglisli i- t)tst for Ameri can boys and girls. Teach thiu hTi-'s nothing like thrir own lati gnago." Th 'ti to t !.. .boys, "Speak Engli.'b, b-ys. It has the Star Spangle limner nnd YanKeo Daoble in its vocabul try.' Ten Davis county circuit court, which closed i a Gallatin la-t week after a two weeks' s'r-s-ion, had iaor. criminal cas- on th docket t'lii term than it ha ha 1 for year?. There wero thirty niu criaiinal cas es, out of which thrre wi re thirty ight convitftioas an 1 or.o acquittal. Seventeen were s nt to tho pen and a boy to the r.form cchf-al. Fred Schmidt nn 1 Cha:l-:a Fodgli, the pnrtire who tri'd to r.reck a Itock Irlantl par ji-nger train n ur Gallatin tonif tim nro, ve:.- g nt up f jr two year?. Ilirney Cop-f was pivcu t .vo years for farg tj. ; Franfc Wr'rjt three yi-trh; LVJ li. S:iarpv twoyar"jt J. P. Conkii.i and 1-r.tnk Fulion wcrecutup for tvo years each for forgery; Dudley Chnpman, the boy, was ent to tho reform tchool for burglary. A.J. Pctt't, x-rnarhal of Stanberry, vns also trietl at this term o! cuun, charged with murder in tho Crt degree. Its vn tritd one yr.ir ugD tm l convicted, uud on new trial this terra whs ncpiitted, it having b' ii proved that hn com- milt-d the killing in s-!f-Jefeus ItunrsiATi!M Ccued is a Day. 'Myptie Cure" for rhournntisrn nn.l neuralgia. ratliealJy ct:n f in 1 to ll day. Its action upon th' eyntem i romnrkauP nnii mvftenou.-. It re move! nt once th' rau nn 1 the immrdiatidy disappenrs. Th" Cret lo;s j-natly bonfltH. Toct?1. Sold by f- A- Fgan, drurgi-t. Ky tei'.!e. "A ca7:av.n of Inur wagous ar.d n l.tvgr with f.iurt'-n hfr-r p.n-l pu::i. m t!i;it loo!:r-d :is though thjy had not f;sffd raiu or h.ay f.r soin tin;, pi?eil f 1 on Main Pint i ,m nirr.is'oij ... . t -. . Th'-r'! wer pe-orh in th u:go:i-:. The buggy was covered with a cnvns v.hich hnd folhr.virg in I.irg.? letter: "In (iod we trusted. In Kanan w. pu?trj. D n't io to ICr.nn." ' Th motto nm very tugt-ritivp. George W. Null, of OJps?a had his Poland Chir.fi naw, which weigh 800 pound now and baa tipped the scales at 1,000, and ber six pigs on exhibition, as well as two pens of yearling shoata. Concordia Con- COTd'lSD. 9 DR. T. J. MOORE EXSIDEUT DENTIST. Salisbury, - Missouri. The on LT rnint- tooth extractor iC?;:ir- Vitalised Air, Coemne. (iaa and Eiertru-itjr for extractiiijr ti-eth without ain. Triil Ly hcrii!rei!i nnd rnnunnivd a sutcm. Hav ing hud 2o jenri exrcrii-nce, e tnnds at the Iiea-1 ol the pro!ifiion. Cr.l t Fi'IIr:?-. Cold Crowns and I5rid?e work done i-i th In tret stjlis. Full eet of ti ta ouiy I'll.t Pollarr Lcatd Pirlori, Ho. C15 S. Broadway. Order of Publication in Tax Suit. Stati: or Mi-ot i:!,) County i.f Chnrltanj In thf rirruit eourt of Paid county, April trrm, Tin; state of Mia.-ouri. nt the rt l ition and to the u of A. Welch. roIliTtor of tlie rerer.ne within nnd for the ronnty of Cliari- ton u.J stateof AIwsourl.idaintL1.Ts. A.A Ciirt., A. Markny. jr.. M. II. Cnrmon, F. II. t artijoii, heirs of J'.ohert Cnruion.J. X. ilitth- n, ,-..r;aon Mitrhtii. Ann.. Mitchell. Wm. i'liy: ir.l jr.. Alh n J. Dewey, John S. lVniy. W inti" (i. Jotic s and unknown luirsot Eva j0. .i.f.ndjnt. hi day rornts the plaintiff herein, by Ida r.ttoriier. hli.ro tLe att-.lerHiiied, clerk of iourt in vucatiun. nr. ! CI bis ititiun. Flat-' rao-g othtr thinr!. that ttiC nlove i ua:a,. i ,;,.f, r.Jui.ta are i.on ni.ien:s of il , ct ii -of Mi vouri r.nd cannot Lk; ennmor.ed ! "-v lh" ''inarT proeeis of this court W:er. aj.on it is ordered thnt fai l def.nd- ' r.r.ts l-enotitird by publication, that plain- I ill Ij.is coniiarnetu ii euit namot tLom in thLi court, tho ol j. et and peneral nature of the petition Cled iu s-i l suit leing the en-forc-nieiit pt tuo ln ol the state of ilLsouri talnt c rtnin real property owxel ly iai I di f.-ndnntii. and lully diseritied in said peti tion lots No. one (1 ), two (') und three (a) bhikttsht () in Keytesvi'.le, Mo., for cer tain taxes, intf re?t anl eot levied upon said renl property as in said petition lully eet fortli. And that nr.lcfis the Paid 1 fi-udants b and nppar at thi court, nt tho next tern thcrecf. to m tx jua and hol.len nt the court house in the town of Kiytisville, in t-nid county, on the loth day of OctoUr next, nnd, on or hi fore the vixth day of said term, miriwer or pltftd to the petition-in unid case, the sum nil I be taken ns conf'tutcd, unit jud"-. '! wil t1 n-nderel areordinply. An i it is farther ordered that n copv hereof !' pubtidhid according to law in the in the CiiAuiTox Couuieu a wkly nitwspaptr pubiiiihid in said county. State of ilif.xoraj.i ounty of I hanton) I. 11. It. Ilithnrdrion clerk of the circuit court of Chariton county aforaiJ, hereby crrtify that the nf.OTe is n true copy of the original order of publication, in the caue therein named, ns the same up pears iu my o!re. TN Wittiws my hand ns clerk, nnd ,JCC1!P1 'l nid court. Done nt olllee rVin Key tevil!e, this lUth dnf of August, laut. II. D. lllCIIARDSOX, Clerk. On tho nighc of ;u0 14lh inst lionjtuiaa l---!f,p wdl Lnowa farmer ,Tl north ol St. Joscoh. r..3 fatally etabbel us he wua re turning heme from a visit to the fair. T. J. MOORMAN. ATTO R N ' Y-AT- LAW, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, XKYTESYILLL', ilO. rtrOflre ith Crawley Jt Son THOS. HABITED, TQNSORIAL ARTIST, KEVTESVILLE, 310. ?-ySli:iTjn. shasipooinjr and hair cutting. Everythins c. nt nnd clean. Step right in, you are next. I., if A ppl 4' TE. J. C. W4LLAC5. fi P'.dcnt. Vire-rireident rEARMER BAjSTK.' OK 1 n liia Ctitj.-Kejle, II;. II. C. Mju-eb, Aj't C.-ti-hiep A. F. Toolet, ' ('ihhicr, Joneph IInt.tn:iti. Henry rtjes Hans'man & Hick. 1SALEI:S 1 Pais : M'mi : and : Lipi KLVTEVILLL', 210. rtTThe Celebrated AnheJr-Lusth La;r. Eeer always on draught. We solicit sher. of the public patronage L N. DEMPSEY A TTOJIN9 Y A T LA W KKYTESTILLr, X0. wni practice la Chariton and adjoining eonnties. Offlcw with J. C. Wallace, front room oret Farmers' Bak. "Well begun is half done." a SAPOLXO. Sapolio is a solid cake of Scouring Soap used for all cleaning purposes. SPECIAL TO ALL SUBSCRIBERS TO THE- Having completed AVe are pleased to announce that I r.o:.r vatr all subscrib ers, upon payment of back subscriptions, renewals or new sub scribers to the Chariton Courier will secure the Sunday Post DisjmtcJi and- Courier one year FOR TWO DOLLARS. This is the grandest combination ever offered. The Sunday Post-DisimtcJt is a Missouri paper, published in Mi? snn ri for th a people of the great state of" Missouri. It consists of from 30 to 40 pages each issue, and will, .11 - urn iMiuay, when you will get your home and county news in tho CILVRITOX COURIER. Below is the combination: The Chariton Courier, - $1.50 a year. Sunday Post-Dispatch, - $2.00 a year. Total, r - $3.50 uu CONDITIONS I Llm Stated UUII BUBS B IB Sy-Each subscriber of the Courier will receiv e a ganipie copy of the Sundew Post-Disnateli. G-BOSG-B 3ST. A stracters AND LOAN AG-ENTS, SSYTBSVILIiE, MISSOUBI. IlnTinj; purchnped the Knppen!erKer Attracts we hnve tlie only complete Abstracts of Title to all the land nnd Town Lots iu the county. Will furnish reliable Abstracts, Loan Money on unincumbered renl estate nt a low rate of interest, buy Rnd pell real estate, ex amino lnnd titles, preparo conveyances, and pny taxes for non-resident and others. Offlcs in Court House. in T. P. WOOD, Proprietor. Ilortve. ns-irieo. Cuniapr nud Saddle Uorses on ehort notiee. Horses boarded by tie day or week, i ice ri?r. a specialty. Give me a trial. Itea?ona!;lo prh-ca. A ... .. I f Kin tfxn imnn - Yea can save tho dealer's cuoi inoua pro-t by writing to BUELLEH 0253, ruasiiUESRCiSia CT. LOUIS, r.lO. I AM fiOVV A CV.-'Mh?..; it:. 'He - . ; I u - . r. l . . i 4... I , 1 iz.'.j r-- : r . . vt '.7 ,- I:..- i- . r rri.i . -t ix m: was. trtaLrt nt.ul 1 toji CA LYiiOn ll rorei caj I Acarzw voh FOfiL CO., Cch 1 i 1 C2. Begin your housework by buying cake of arrangements with the furnish yon reading from Sunday LUOTT & CO., From -10 ro TO TFK CETfT. KTca on all piier Iases, XUiwlraf el Cutalojno sens rnrTi upcn ayr-ncuiJoa. cm re: 000,011, OiZ A 913 s. 4trj Si 'iS, 010, 012,011 Si:roadw T-'r -rri'i yon thr- mrr vtto'i t't-rit h'preparalioa CAL.7HOS ircc, J.y sealed ttmiI. e.t ij a lej-cl fruaraatec th jt CALT3is will . t ''lie. toil r Arerlcan .peais, Cincinnati, O. ! 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