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- - -" J i THE GEAE1T0N GODRM. C P. VAVDIYZB. 3d. aad Prop. KEYTESVILLE, - MISSOURI. Wo HBt. Loci Mail aad Ft 11 IS am Ha S Chlearo Er No 22 U otwrtyAe. Freight- f!to 82 Ae.rmht Mo 8 Omaha xpras 4 S3 p m lOSpm 1 43 a m Ho 1 KaotM City Expreaa. 5 43 a m No 11 1C C Mail aad Upt SSSpm AiwninodAtion i'rWht 10 BO a So t Omaha Erprsaa 3 11 an Dally. IDailyaxeept Sunday. Ho.land6baTBfiBii )eulr(aeats rr) a ad ew BsCet Slerljcre to Kaaeaa Or aad Cnia wtthoat &aajra. Ito. 8 will atop at KeytearUle lor paaeeajrere froaa CaillieotAe, or poiata aorta of aiUt- Far Bates, Tteka.TlaM Tables, ate ep- jU W.n.riRS0!. XtU KtrtaariDa. Me. C A. Cbaib. CfAe. M. Hats. CUal Paae. Tkk. Oft. Vtaa-ITM. aad Geal Maaaxer. QENERAL DIRECTORY- CO U Vl'TT OXTTZCm?JI. Bap tatlT. Tboe. f. Schooler rinM i nllnir IttorMT, aa.C. Wallace i l ii. nemo jr. rnwutoi Jods Co. Court, (U. E. AlWa. ,W. Diet, llnrj Qayea.E. " Clark County l oart B. D. Edward Jadira of Probate U.C. VlinUr ProbatC krk Tboa. E. Mackay Sberlfl fflPT7 Treaaarer.. A. I. WtICO B Y. Uoora Rami Carter Pablie Administrator Cbaaty Hamjor. Coroner.. Dr. O M. Dewey ConntT School Commiaaioncr J. P Colenian Oreais Clerk H. B. Ricbardon lUeorder - . omiui MrraooMT Cacaca (Soth Rev. I. h BhilllBf, paator.Sw-rieaa Sd 8abbath,moraiBit mmA --n i n r nd onrta Sunday Bight of each month. Sabbath -acbool rrery Sabbath aaoralag at S o'clock. Prayer mat Unga Wad stead ay evenings. PaoBTTXEiAa Caraca Rt. J. J. Squire. .paator. Praachlag eecona oanaay ia eaca month, morning aad evening. Fxmwr Bif-rtrr Caraca Bar. H. C Barton. paator. Preaching. 2d and 4 th 8undaya in aea monin, morning anu aToui. Ca.erroa Co. Msmcai. Boexrrv. Meeta th last Thursday la eaco monuaioauaourr. atrrrxsTiLLm Lkabt- Mrs. JohnCMiHar, Librarian. Library opaa every xnuij ma taraooa from 8 to 6. 8axaxT Ksiorra, O. D. W-UnU 2nd 4S Fridav erealne la eaen caoata. 4. w; Moore, 8. B. U- Tiaa laia.B. CrrrcaTiLLa TT. No.. 83 K.. O.T. U. J. A. CoUat. 8. K- U. MU on srei third Tboraday araninga of aach month CsAarro Lonb, Ko. 177, A.O.U. W.Jno. Cairera. M. W. U. U. -iiauaw. wwnf Bagaiar maatinjra 2nd aad 4th Taaaday tfua laga at 7 o'clock. WMLonoNo.74.A.K.and A. Mv- Ed. T. Miliar. Maatar: w.Appi. ntarr BMrnlar maatinga 8atarday aTaaing pcaeaiing rail moon. KmoTOli Looot, 5o. 471, 1. 0. 0. F. W. O. Ajtm, Nobla Grand; J. fc. Dampaay. rwinnd: O. B. Aadaraoa, Bacretary. ar BMatinga tTry Moaday avaniag. LAcucaxuT Looob, No. 245 KalghtaPy .vTT. r i.rV. chaaMtlor Commandar, H. C. MilWr. Kaepar of Baeorda and bai. Bacalar maatinga arary inavi"""- Joaaph Uaumnn. y flaary Bic Hansman & Rick, BBALSai ivfue : wises : am : upn XETTESTILLE, HO. B9-ThaCaUbratad Aahawar-Baach Lagar ' Baar alvaya oa draaght. Wa aolidt a ilw el tha pablie patroaaga L.M. ArrtMAT. Preaidaat. j.C Waixaca, Ttea-Prealdaat :FARMEBS' BANK, or CarilmCoiitj-KejlEJTillB.IIe H. C UttxiBf Aaa'tCaahUw A. F. Toolbt. 'Caahiar. THOS. HARNED, M11S0RIAL ARTIST, KETTEST1LLE, 310, aShaTing.ahampooing aad hair catting Krarytbing naat and claaa. 8 tap right la, yoa are naxt. A. W. JOHNSON, Attorney at Lav & Notary Pile, 8iXlSBXJBT,H0. 9wm practka la all tha Btata Courts. THOS. E. MACKAY, Notaru JPubllc. Oflca with tha Probate Jndga. TT. H. BRADLEY, ATT 0 R t J E Y-AT- LAW , &IXISBTJBT. - - mSSOUBI. C3Oflra oa Broadway over People Banks Law Points. A non-resident within a tat may n another non-reflident also within uch a stat. When rent fatla doe on Sunday, nit for it cannot be maintained un til the next day. A tale by an assignee of personal property It valid, whether or not the assignor assents. A voluntary assignment passes title to all the assignor's property, where ever situated. A written offer to guaranty anoth er's debt is not binding unless ac cepted by the one to whom It is made. An indorsement on a note ol waiv er of the statute of limitations ! against public policy, and therefore void. Coc tr acta made with a corporation by ite own directors. In good faith and lor a sufficient consideration, are valid. Knowledge, which an agent has ac quired in business, other than that of his principal, cannot be Imputed to the principal himself. ' Individual officers and directors of a corporation which has infringed a patent, cannot be ordered to account for the profit, of such Infringement. A seller cannot rescind a sal for fraud, in the absence of any trick, artifice, or false representation made by the purchaser tc Induce the sale. In the absence of a statute author izing It, a ele of property under an execution, iasued after the death of a judgment debtor, on a judgment lor money, is void. An instrument conveying insolv snt's property to secure his debts, and providing that after payment the property remaining shall be re turned, is a mortgage and not an assignment. Where a merchant is induced to sell certain goods at a certain price by the false statements of tha pur chaser that the former'a rival in trade offers them at such a urice, the merchant may rescind the sale. Where the beneficiary of a life in su ranee policy, who has no Insurable Interests In the insured, collects the money due under the policy, he is liable to the representative of insur ed for the money. A letter In not admissible In evi dence without proof of its being gen nine, and this proof cannot be sup plied solely by what appears on the face of the letter itself, that is the contents, etc a contract maae oy a person en gaged In the promotion of a corpor ation, and who afterwards became a director of the company, by which another party was Induced to sab scribe for stock, is not binding on the corporation, unless adopted by it. ' A purchaser of stock at 50 per cent, of its face value, with notice that such stock, though nominally full-paid stock, has not been fully paid, is liable to the creditors of the corporation for the unpaid half of the amount of his stock so pur chased. Attachments obtained by relatives of an insolvent will be set aside as to other creditors, on proof of acts of collusion between the relatives and the insolvent to deceive other credit ors, and tne inability ol such rela tives to satisfactorily explain their claims. Tour BUtott ta Tour IAfe. Withoat good blood coursing throngh your Ttlna yoa wui aooa look wriaklad and driad up. A law dcaaa of Becxa' Blood Pnrlflarand Blood Maker will changa yoar whole system, giringyoo a healthy Jreah and youthful appearance. 8old and guaranteed by yoar popular druggist. II. L. 8aeed. .We find in an exchange the state ment that John Virginian of Fair- bury baa given the result of an expe riment be made In corn-raisiog last summer, that is as to ths result in pulling the suckers. Qe had 40 acres In corn and be hired at the expense of 5G cents an acre, men to pull the sucken off, except enough to demon strate ths advisability of following the practice. The corn where the suckers were pulled ofl averaged 58 bushels to the acre. That on which the suckers were left averaged 43 12 bushels to ths acre. The difference mads a bandsoms profit for ths work dons, The cultivation was alike. La Bell Star. Von't Read Tas. Calces) yoa wiak to knuw that Begga Diarr hoea Balaam. la. tha beat medicine oa earth for Bummer Complaint. Nerer faHa. Caraa every lime. EqaaHy good for enildren. Bold aad warranted by 8 need, tha druggist. What They Say. Hon. John Shafrotb, Republican congressman elect from the Denver, Colorado, district, says: 'I believe In giving our own political party the first opportunity to keep us in the fold, but if it doew not come out on its platform for free silver plainly and unmistakably and with no loop hole left to crawl out of the position then I am going to leave the party and vote for tbecarjdidate.no matter what bia politics may be, who wil support and carry out the free silver principles." Senator Tom Carter of Montana says. "The Republican prospect west of the Mississippi depend on ho the party meets the silver question The western demand must be met in the national platform. Fifty-nine electoral votes depend on this xnese votes wui not go to any man not willing to pledge himself to sign the silver legislation sent to him by congress. I believe silver bills will be passed by both houses next year The silver views of the candidate for president will inerest us, not his personality. Thus it will be seen that other pali ticians are preparing to steal Demo cratic thunder, while many Demo crats, including the administration. have gone off after false gods. DeaXntsa Cannot ba Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only oneway to enre deaf ness, and tnat is by constitutional remedies. Deafuess is cau3ed by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear ing, and when it is entirely closed, deafness is the result, and ui lata the inflammation can be taken out and this tu.be restored to its normal condi tion.hearing will be destroyed forever; ninejeases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but au in flamed condition of the mucous sur laces. We will give one hundred dollars for any case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh cure. Send for circa lars; free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. 6rSold by Druggists, 75c. The Flying Squirrel. W. T. llornaday in 8t. Xicholaa. Of course the flying squirrel has no wings, and he does not really rise aud fly; but good Mother Nature baa kindly given him a wide fringe of skin running nearly all the way around bis body, which forms a perfect parachute. When he leaps from his tree-top into the air, and spreads himself, his parachute and his broad flat tail enable him to float down easily and gracefully, in a slanting direction, until he alights low down on the trunk of a tree per haps fifty or even one hundred feet distant. Then he clambers nimbly up to Its top, chooses his direction, and launches torth again, quite pot sibly to the same tree from which he started. His flight is simply a sail ing downward at an angle of forty five degress, with a graceful sweep upward at the last to enable him to alight easily. A JLorely Head of Hair la something that every woman should ba proud of and ia eo me thing that every parson can hart if they nee Begga' Hair Benewer. A poaltira guarantee with every bottle. Bold by 8need, tha druggist. A CURE FOR SHALL-POX. A correspondent of the Liverpool Mercurj writes: "I am willing to risk my reputation as a public man if the worse case of small pox cannot be cured In three days simply by cream of tartar. This is the sur and never failing remedy: One ounce of cream of tartar dissolved In a pint of boiling water, to be drunk when cold at short intervals. It can be taken at any time, and is a preven tive as well as a curative. It is known to have en red in thousands of cases without a failure. It never leaves a mark and never causes blindness nobbed. ' Of a. nice head of hair Just throngh oagli grace, w&en yonr Hair begins to Ian oat, don't neglect it, bat gat a bottle of Begga' Hair Beaawer which will atop ita falling oat, and if turning gray, will restore ita natural color. For aale by Baaed, the druggist. When you want the pure article, try Kel logg's pure, hand made sour-mash whis key. . Baal ZiUte Translate. Ths following real estate transfers were made in Chariton county dur ing May, 1895, and have been duly entered of record in -the recorder's office: Mary E Willett and husband to James E Dempsey, a space of ground 30 feet in width by 60 feet In length, extending across the south end of lot 4, in block 0, city of Keytesville 1150. Edward Y Berry to K F Basel wood, 5 acres, east half of 10 acres in the southeast corner of the ne 1-4, less 20 feet on range line for public road, 24, 55, 19, beginning at northeast corner, running west 1C5 yards, south 29G yards, east 165 yards, thence north 296 yards to place of beginning f 400. Henry Newcomer to John H Park er, lots 15 and 16, In block 9, In ths town of Mendon f 330 Board of school of directors dis trict No 5, 55, 19 to Wesley Corn- well, one square acre in the north west corner of the north half of the sw 1-4 10, 55, 19140. John Wallagcr and wife to Jerry Uroaddus, lots 10, 11,12,8,9,18, 19,20.21,22. 23, and 24 in block 2, and lots 1 and 2, in block 8, all in the town of Louisville as shown by New Madrid survey, certificate No 109, 8, 51, 171100. M U and Malinda McDowell to M E Bushnell, 60 acres off the south end of the east half of the eoutheaet quarter 14, 50, 20 f 1,500. John C Miller and wife to J A Col let, a strip of land 90 feet wide, run ning ast and west, and the ful length of the block north and south off of the east side of block 36, in the city of Keytesville 11 and other good considerations. WmUMurry and wife to Mary E Dark, the south half of the east half of the north half ofthe ne 1-4,30, 56. 161200. Thomas F and Mary A Foster to John C Duncan, ee 1 4, ne 1-4 35 54, 19 $i,600. John P liigbee and wife to Louis Klee, north half ne 14, and tb aw nsl4.n 1-4. se 1-4. and the ee 1 4, ne 1 4, all In 22,54, 21, nNo 30 acres, more or less, being ths weac half o! the ee 1-4. ne 1-4. same sec tion, township and range aforesaid 14.085. John C. Crawley and wife to A. C Noll and E. B. Kellogg, sw 14, ee 14, 10, 56, 21-1120. Cyrus B. Mowery and wife to J. W. Dismukes, ne 1-4. ne 1-4, 21, south half of the ne 14, nw 14, 22, nw 14, nw 14, 22, also 15 acres de scribed by metes and bounds $1. J. W. Dismukes to Ella Mowery, same land described In above trans fer fl. Cyrus B. Mowery and wife to Henry Piever. 20 acres, east half nw 14, sw 14, 23, 55, 17 $ 70. Albert Thacker and wife, Chas. B. Peddicord and wife, John, Burgees and Richard Conrad to James Cud dy.'O. B. Anderson and W. W. Ruck er. south half se 14, sw 1-4,22, 52, 181310. O. B. Anderson and wife to George A. Grace, east hall sw 1-4, and the sw 1-4, sw 1-4, of 3, ns 1 4, se 1-4, of 4, east halt nw 1-4, and nw 14, nw 1-4, 10, 54, 2115,600. Wm. A. Wynn t o Chas. R. Mason, lots 2 and 7, in block 20, in ths city of Brunswick-f 240. John S. Staples and wife, ne 14, 28,50,1813,200. John Brewer and wife to John F. Brewer, nw 14, 7, 55, 17.-J1.500. By an act of the legislature a free scholarship will be given ono from each county, to any department in the state university, who shall bs adjudged the most meritorious in a competitive examination to be held August 5th, 1895, at 11 a. m. The board of curators are to select one examiner, the county court another and the two thus chosen a third. During J uly the court will publish a notice giving details of the examina tion in two of our county papers. Centralis Guard. An exchange says that women.who work over gasoline stoves, should know that an ounce of alum in the rinsing water will render anything rinsed in it almost unlnflamable.' If aprons and dresses are rinsed- In rn alum water and Ironed as 4 usual, the danger of their catching . fire while working over .the stove is much lessened. Sliver as Legal Tender There are persons who ar- asking whether silver ia legal tender for more than five dollars and whether tne people oi tnis country had ever thought about calling on other countries to confer with them on a ratio between gold and silver, prior to the adoption of the national dem ocratic platorm in 1892. The following, taken from the Uni ted States statutes may probably throw eome light on the questions:' Kn act to authorize the coinage of the standard silver dollar, and to re store its legal tender character. (Be came a law February 28, 1878.) Section 1. That there shall be coined, at the eeveral mints of the United Elates, silver dollars of the weight of lour hundred and twelve and a half Troy, of standard wilver, as provided In the act of January 18, 1837.0Q which shall bs the danc es and superscriptions provided by said act. (Dwhich coins, together - ' a with all eilver dollars heretofore coined by the United States, of like weights and fineness, shall be a legal tender, at their nominal value, for all debts and dues, public and private, except where otherwise expressly stipulated in contracts. Sec. 2. That Immediately after the passage of this act, the president shall invite the government of the countries composing the Latin un ion, socalled, and ol such othf r Eu ropean nations as he may deem ad visable, to join the United States in a conference to adopt a common ra tio between gold and silver, for the purpose of establishing, internation- any, me use oi oimeianic money, II a e .eaa and securing fixity of relative value Detween inoso metais; eucn comer - ence to be held ac such place in Eu rope or Unitfd Stute?. f J The dictionary doesn't rive T better word to aonlv to the BUCK' SKIN BREECHES than "BEST." Best in this case means care in cut ting, best thread, stay-on buttons ntirl narfoflt fit Tlmv mill ao ac. well as th- j-na will allow. We use a better grad of jen than the oth- er manufacturer. We use a jeans that has almost no wear out to It. You can cet your money back if vou n . . . .... una tnem any tmng onr ie6i. h. tw,a Drass Dana Ilvier has a bran new , , vrt . m. composed of 20 members. The sere A rf i n rv novaa rW 4hdf rtl. aa as aw awwAAa with envv. j A new earment for 10 rants. I Coats, pants, cloaks, or dress goods iuai lie ouueu ur jauru tnu uo uyeu any desirable shade, a fast and bean-1 - " - tiful color with the Pntnam Fadeless Dyes, uoiors more goods tnan any other. Lacb package colors every thing. Sold by W. C. Gaston. It Soaks Into the Flesh right down through the fevered parts to where the inflammation is rooted. That is why Mustang Liniment cures all aches and pains of man or beast." If it eva no rated or re mained on the skin it could not cure. 'That is why volatile extracts fail. Thevcan'teodown through the inflamed j parts. Mustang Liniment a 1 ' 9 A. fi 1 uwes its success lo ils oower of penetration. i here is nothinsr mar velous about its cura tive powers. It is sim ply a few common sense a at lnsrreaients comoinea in a wav to maice pen e a el etration possible and insure a cure. Mustang Liniment has been used for one- half a century. "Write for Falrr8torT Book.' flloa. trateo, also -Hint xrom a norse-aoo- tor's Diary.' Both books mailed free. Lyon Manufacturing- Co., South 5th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. The move for Columbia to . e another railroad is again beu.; Itated, and it seems about It. ta e definite shape. Colombia has neu.ly -. 7,000 inhabitants, is the county seat of Boone countv' haa miiin. i elevators, printing honaes and five : important schools, and ia consid- ered one of the beat business towns of its size in the state. The express business alone amounts to $20,000 a year and the freight and passener traffic amounts to an immense sum. At present the only railroad is a branch operated bv the Wabash from Centralia. The St. Louis oa- pers do not reach there till 2 p. m., and accommodations in other ways are equally as bad. It is only eight miles from there to Kennard, the nearest point on the M., K. & T. The entire route is a water grade. The branch conld be built for $100, 000. Turner McBatn, a prominent land owner, has agreed to furnish ths right of way and the citizens of Co lumbia will give a substantial bonus, B. B. Price, the banker there,' owns the Centralia branch, which is noir leased by the Wabash, and it may be that another Columbia capitalist will build a branch to the M., K. & T. at Kennard, Mo. True Liberty. Etebt moment think steadily as a Roman and a man, to do what thoa hast in hand with perfect and nfmnla dignity, and feeling of affection, and ireeoom and justice; and to give thy self relief from all other thoughts. And thou wilt give tbyeelf, if thoa aoest every-actof thv lif o it t e u It IIJ were the last, laying aside all earless neea ana Dueionat,i mroinn neea and paettionatu I the commands of reason, and all hy- 1 poensy, and self love and diecon- I tent with the portion which haa b I given thee. Thou sees t horfatha I .Ut ' vutuSs are, me woicD ii a man lays "oia OI' nB " le to live a life which I quiet, and ,is like the exie- e t A al . a t . icuws ui me goaa; xor tne gods on their part will ivquire nothine mora from him who observes these things. I Wanted: Man or lady for general aSent ad collector. No traveling; "u"jo cuauuerea ac nome and by COIrePondence. Exp-rience not nece8ary. Salary $50.00 per month. BnaraaawMfMKM..Ja.Sa I Ann All a-nnrt ar ' If 1 ;lf I t,"or-" aium u wuuDg o learn business and engage perm a- hent!y 0n,J few hour8 a da7 nec- f eaaarj, Send four references and 10 J icoooijr. oeuu lour reierences and ct8 for ,q11 icQ, I , wa, I wunn ruinitx. aianaeer. I vw . V. 1JOX 484, bt. LOUiS, UO. I Ose of our gold-pug-high-protect I - c imiiu cwiubu)!) BUys, X06 qUeS tion of the fncoma tar ia nnu aat toi a ewww MOVI I for all time." Not so fast brother. I courts nave been known to reverse decisions; they may do it again. Then, again, the constitution may be amended, eo that the multi-mil lionaire tax-dodger may be caught in tne course of time, and compelled to pay his proportion of taxes. , Strawberry earacen ia a dish which ' rivals shortcake. Line the bottom? of a china dish with slices of thin buttered toast. FiJl the dish with strawberries closely packed. Sprink -., la sugar generously over them and set in a slow oven for half an hour,, or so. Serve cold with whipped cream. ; W.F.Hymers, a respectable farmer ' living several miles northeast of Monroe City,' suicided one day last week by shooting himself with a rifle. V tie was supposed to be demented, as . he was in good curcumstances and 1 had a pleasant home. He leaves a : wife and two children. Potato snow is a dish which bo- i peals even to spring jaded appetites. ' ' ' Boil potatoes of an even size with- J out peeling. When they are done, peel them and dry over the fire, hav-- ing sprinkled them with salt. Wheor quite dry rub them throngh a col ander, v - r rr Nonnie Price, the boy struck with a club by a showman at Dawn, coxh 'r, - tinues to be delirious and fears are - entertained that he wlllZnot recover. The showman is being held to await " the result of the injuries. A reward of $10.00 is offered hw George Pomeroy of Chilllcothe forr,pLI the return of his I4yearold Son whof Jfc , absented himself from home recently; 7 witnout the knowledge or consent. of hisparentsV'.;:-:;-;:;:., . 1 ' ' . 1 1 1 - J T Xi ru a The Sneed- Dror.Co. are fl f,-i!d for summer -drinks' dYnw5,ta , """"a draught csSiaT) on them. i i. :Ait Lr r'mwn BunbeV Eoae:-Deiln 'JT'JiZ tings and pumps of all kinda .f rx-. r I Herman's. Sahsbury, Mo. ' J,'