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THE ClBIFOil COURIER.
KEYTESVTLLBy - MISSOURI. fd at the pott-offle mt KtjwevUU.Mo Meoad-cUftsraal BAttot. rrtiT. 3tlj 5. 1195. O. L. Dine made a business trip to Brunswick Tuesday afternoon. S. P. Newland and wile, o! CbilH cothe, were gneste of J. TT. Lewis and wife, Taeeday. Nice laee straw hats from 25 to 50 cts, just half price, at Mrs. C. P. Yandlver'e. When yon wants good blcjcle, call and see W. F. Gal nee at post bfSee, Triplett, llo. CaL Ford, an old KeytsVtllle boj, but now of Chicago, ! here on a vls It to relatives and friends. Geo. Booth, of the Scribner school house neighborhood, is now an in mate of the connty poor farm. Bead Miller & Lewie new "ad." this week.. They are new . offering ome special inducements to their many customers. The remainder of my stock of spring end summer hats most go re gardless of cost. Come early and get choice. Mm. C P. Vasditeb. Don't bay a mower or barretter until yon hare seen the celebrated Deeriog with ball bearings. Sold by Geo. Herman, Salisbrry, Uo. MONEY SSmhi money In any amount at low rates and on long time. Patronize home agents. kl. C. M INTER, Keytesville, Mo. .' Some. Folks Say Times are dull, but real lyl hadn't noticed it at my Grocery store. One of the' things that keep the wheels of trade running for me ia Blanke's roasted coffee, which is jast as good to-day as the day it was 'pat on the market. Perhaps yon have noticed that when new things are first advertised they are first-rate, bnt as soon as they reach large sales the quality is often lowered. Not so with this Blanke'8 coffee. It continues to be the best in the world, and j I'm the only grocer who sells it in Keytesville. Three pounds for $L ttat is Mi 80 Cents, And I am looking for still more business, but IT V things get too lively Til have to move 'to a larger store. No difference what you want to eat, my store is the best place to get it. No matter what any body says, tne fact re mains that nobody sells good, pure groceries cheaper than I do. One hundred cents al ways buys a dollar's worth at my store, i -EITESYILLE. MO. I dTW 70a to com to metorGUM . mm, QMamn, Croeltry ad la- 1. lllfi, llorlbsrt & Caboon'e shows at Ksyt3rille, July 8th. The railroad machine sbope, in Brook field, glee employment to 101 men. Mr. Jas. McCollam, of fonr miles oath of town, Is quite sick from kid ney trouble. We acknowledge the receipt of a year's subscription to the Cocbieh from William Mucsoo, of Dalton. Key tesrille citizens may congratu late themselves on having secured Uurlburt & Cahoon's shows for July 8th. Welcome Pattison, a former Chari ton county citizen of north of Salis bury, but later uf North Dakota, Is dead. July 8th is.tbow day at Keytesville, when Uurlburt Jb Caboon'a shows, one of the best traveling will be there. a. Douegy, oos of IlirksTille'f prom inent dry goods merchants, aaade aa assigment recently. Liabilities 120,000, assests 11,000. Madge, the 3 or 4-year-old daugh ter of Mr. Wm. Taylor, of three mileeeastof town, is convalescent after a serious illness of three weeks of dysentery. Mr. and Mrs. S. 11. Pitts and little son, Dudley, of Salisbury, spent the fore part of the neek in Marceline, the guests of Station Agent Yocum and wife. They returned hotro Wed nesday. Ifarreine Mirror. A grocery firm in Mead? Hie last week advertised a sugar sale day, In which they would sell 25 pounds of granulated sugar for $1. Duriog the day they sold 0,020 pounds at the advertised rates and then declar ed the sale off. - Moberly authorities are determ ed to break up the gambling dens that city. They are bunting ou t the places and raiding them in vigorous strle. Gambler won't remain long i where officials are prompt and fear less In executing the law against them. The hail, rain and wiad storms that visited Concordia and vicinity, in Lafayette county, last week did an immense amount of damage. Corn was beaten to the ground, and the blades wste torn off. The orchards were ruined. Much of the hail was as large as walnuts. G. W. Sfcotf, Esq.,' proprietor of the Bank of Bel ton, Cass county, visited bis brother. Captain U. M. Scott, iu this town last Saturday and Sunday. While in this county, Mr. Scott purchased of l.S. Long, of near Mendon, four Hereford bulls for his herd in Cass county. Happy Caf Ford, or -our Cal," aa we used to call him, stopped over in Marcelioe, Monday night, on his way from Chicago to Keytesville. "Cal" ii back on a visit to borne folke there and it Is his intention to make Mar celine a week's visit on his way pack Marceliue Mirror. J. C Bailey's barn, three miles south of Marceline, was struck by lightning last week and with its en tire contents was destroyed. There was In the barn at the time a binder, mower and other farm Implements. Mr.Baifey bad bare time to remove bis horses. The loss is very heavy. We have received the catalogue of Pritcbett institute, located at Glas gow, which shows that institution to be in a healthy condition and well- equipped to furnish the young people of both sexes excellent educational advantages. It is an old and pop ular Institution of learning. Dr. Eton, a well-known and high ly esteemed physician of Brooku'eld, died suddenly at his home last Fri day night, lie waa chemist at the drug-store of Beaucbamp &. Berry and attended to business up to 10 o'clock p. m., when he went home, nd died of heart troubl in lees than an hour. A lawsuit is pending in the Ran dolph circuit court, in which a Mrs. Osborne la suing Drs. Hall oud Cox for malpractice and claims f 5,000 damages. In October, 1893, Mrs. Osborne was thrown from a buggy in a runaway and had a limb broken. Drs. Hall and Cox were called in and set the limb, which was permanent ly Injured, as she claims, by the doc tor' subsequent negligence. They claim contributary begligenoe on her part and the employment of another physician, aa a defense. Gold Dollars FOR . . . Ninety Cents Were ncrer offaral To aojbod by But we will sell yon anything in the line of S'tapl? or Fanc Drj7 (goods, Ladies' or Q?rvts' Furnishing Qoods, JMotions, -Hats ' find $hoes AT THE VERT tndFriEBL Slier . Dress Goods. We have a epleldid assort meat of summer dress goods, consisting of White and Colored Dimities, Figured and Solid Black Lawns, Zephyr Ginghams, Chiffon Crepe, Oriental Pongee, Dotted Swiss, and Large Line of While Goods. Reflncei Prices. We have greatly reduced the prices on the following goods which we desire to close out: AUWooirrenchChallies, Organdies, Silk Ginghams, Ladies' Shirt Waists, All Wool Dress Goods In Pattern, Hen's, Boy's, And Children's Stra Hats, and Ladies' and children's Oxford Ties and Men's Tan Shoes. We carry the celebrated W.C. C, C. B., It. S. and Dr. Warn e r HEALTH CORSETS. Also a foil line of Ladies' Summcr Vcjt$j "from 5c Up. In Staple and Ueavy Dress Good, Shoes, Overalls, Jeans and ' Cotton Pant, we can give the best for little money. 1M Lewis, KEYTESNILLE, MO. mkm ' Grand balloon ascension ill be made at Keyteville, July 8tb, by Uurlburt & Cahoon's shows. Capr. J. C. Wallace was In Triplett Monday on legal business, the na ture of which we failed to learn. F. J. Ellis.Gulhridge Mill's popular merchant, was an attendent at coun ty court this week. "Frank" reports business good. Brunswick and Mendon ball teams crossed bats on the Mendon ball grounds on Monday of last week, which resulted in a score of 20 to 17 in favor of the Brunswick boys. Mr. Caton, who ran a tailor shop in Brunswick from 1845 to 1867, says the Brunswicker, has returned to his first lo?e after a long resi dence In Marshall and elsewhere, to open op a shop where George Kling beil'e cigar faetory was. Mr. Caton nuderitands bis busicess and is kindly remembered by many of the old citizens here. K. H. Williams, a farmer of near Standbb, Carroll Co., claims that he has used Prof. So ow's infected chinch bugs in killing the well ones in his crops very successfully, and In a let ter to the Bosworth Sentinel gives bis methods in using them, and re fers to a number of his neighbors who have been eucceesful also in kill ing bugs this year, and from whom the infected bugs may be obtained. J. U. Estes, of Weatville, has for a number of years given considerable attention to making inventions, but never seemed to have much luck til be invented a dirt augur, for tbe manufacture of which a joint stock company was formed at Marcelioe. The Mirror says the company made a shipment of augers to Colorada last week and that they are having much trouble in keeping up with their orders. W.G.Chester, says tbe Salisbury Democrat, who was reported three weeks ago as eloping with Miss Ola Atbby, of Glasgow, has since been making headquarters and living a high life in Salisbury. Chester is a spectacle fakir and is a smooth talk er and a good salesman, from a reliable source we learned he sold an Interior pair . of glasses to a citizen at Shannondale for f 23. The Mirror says a young man in Marcelioe got mixed in a love affair. There were two girls in it. After a good deal of worry about it, the young man concluded to make a clean breast of the matter to the fa vorite of the two, and now he gets a square envelope at regular intervals postmarked -Salisbury." The toy we suspect, ia our Jim P., who aeed to roam the streets of Keytesville, but as to whs sends tbe square en velopewell, we never were a good guesser. 'Who is it, Jim? The Sumoir Star says: Daring the -storm Tuesday evening light- ning struck the barn of Robert Waogb, at Cunningham, and tore out tbe northwest- corner post. It went down into the ground through a manger filled with dry hay, and, straDge to say, did not set fire to it, which ia very fortunate as he had 1,500 bushels -of. corn in the barn and had no intra ranee. In tbe same storm tbe lightning struck a green tree near town and it was burning tbe next day. Tbe election of officers at the Morth Missouri Medical association, held at Moberly last week, resulted in tbe election of the following offi cers from this city: Dr. C. A. Jen niogs 1st vice-president, Dr. J. F. Welch corresponding secretary and Dr. H. P. Daker member of tbe ex ecutive council. Dr. C. Lester Hall, president of the State Medical asso ciation, has also recently appointed Drs. J. D. 13 rum mall, W. E. Evans and U. C Schuttel on committee of credentials for the state association. Salisbury Dtmocrat. Dr. F. M. Clements, says the Salis bury Demount, attended the State Bankers association, at Jefferson City, last week, aad was elsttsd 3rd vice-president of the association. Tbe officers are promoted to the next highest office each year, and In three years from now Dr. Clements will be president of tbe state associa tion. Desides this he was appointed on one of the most important com mittees. The banquet was one of tbe finest ever given by the Misouri bankers, and in response to this, tbs doctor's toast on "The Coming Woman," received much complimen tary mention. The association will be held at Pertle Springe next year. New style sailors for mid-summer and early fall wear, just received at Mrs. C. P, Vandiver'. &Ir. Alvin Smith, aged 61 years, a highly esteemed citixen of Maeon, fell dead on the street on Sunday of last week. When you want the pure article, try Kel logg's pure, hand made sour-mash whis key. Mr. Hugo. Bartz, the handsome young man, J drove over from Key tesrillp yesterday drove that big fine balky team, and says they showed no signs of balking with him. No, he is too much of a bustier to ever let a horse stop long enough to balk. Brunawicker. Efforts are being . made to estab lish a "Labor exchange" in Linn county, the object of which' Is "to provide employment for idle labor, to alleviate suffering, and lighten tbe burden of charitable institutions by establishing one that is self-sustaining." ,. Rev. Throckmartin, a Baptist min ister, and Rev John Hughes, TJni ver balist, have agreed to debate their theological differences, at' Elmo, Macon county, beginning Aug. 13th. The proposition to be discussed is "Does the Bible Teach Endless Pun ishment?" Mr. T. affirms and Mr. Hughes denies. G-o to Hansman '& Rick and call for their 1891 hand-made Bour bon. You will find it matured well, palata ble and strictly pure. We are glad to note the marriage of cur ex-Chariton county bachelor friend, W. S. Grnbbe, now of Mar celine, to Mies Edna Payne, of Hurd land, Knox county. Tbe Courier joins their host of friends in con gratulations. May there never be a storm on tbe sea upon which sails their matrimonial life boat. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder WarM's Flr Msfawt Award. The farm house of H. Van tiger, fonr miles northeast of Marceline, was burned on Thursday of last, week with its contents. Mrs. Vantiger was in Marceline at the time and her husband and children were in the field. One of the children waa eent to tbe house to start a fire in the stove to cook 1 dinner. Carelessness on the part of the fire-builder is sup posed to have been tbe origin of the fire. There was sro insurance. Mrs. William Sasse went down to Willie Meyer'a last Sunday afternoon with Mr. Albright and her daughter. Just as they were starting home, and while they were sitting quietly in the vehicle, the horses suddenly started up, and Mrs. Sasse fell out backwards, the seat coming down on top of her. Three ribs were brok sn and the old lady was otherwise badly injured, but her son, Mr. Will S&ese, informs us that he thinks she is getting along fairly well now. Brunawicker. Col. Wm. C. Uocker, of Howard county, uncle . to our. George W. Uocker, of the Scribner echool-honse neighborhood, is quite a character. He bas pasoed his four score years. but has more life yet than many young men. He and bis wife visited their daughter, atNevadaJast week, and tbe Jluil gives him quite a write- up. He has lived In Howard county since 1824: His eye sight is as good as it waa 50 years ago. Was a colonel in the militia before onr late war, and was a soldier in the war with Mexico. Farm loans. Money to loan on Improved . Farms on long time In sums of $500 to 810,000 With the privilege o! paying Before due. Ho delay in getting the money. Beasonable rate of interest. W. H. LEWIS, Office In Court-House, KEYTESVILLE, HISSOUBL Keytesville Odd Fellows u. d' Installation services at their 1. a next Monday night. O. P. Ray baa purchased the Meth odiat parsonage, in North Keytes ville, and will move his family there to about iSept. 1st. Tbe price paid waa $750. Mrs. W. D. Vaughn and Mieses Mary and GIadd)s Hancock, Nora Hodges aud Zettie Martin left Key-w tesville early Wednesday morning to attend the 4th of July celebration at : Marceliue. Mrs. Charlotte Wilkeron, nee Huy wood, of Fayette neighborhood, came up to Chariton last week on a.V visit to her parents, relatives, old neighbors and friends. She made a pleasant call at our sanctum last Monday, in company with her broth-'. r-ln-law John fJrtll. " V-.'- ' lira. John Gall, of south of Dalton, went to St. Louis last Wednesday tow be treated atjthe Baptist sanataium, , t -by reason of . which her husband is sad and lonely, but is encouraged by rrvs.; the hope that his 'fbetter. half, will :k r be returned to him ere long in. a, 1 j.y much improved atate of health. . ;- ..;. Some pueillonimous scrub entered our garden last Sunday night, and helped himself to a bounteous supply" of green peaches. The rascal, who ever he is, not content with purloin-f ing tbe fruit, broke down two of the argest limbs and almost ruined the tree. We want to state that it won't be well for the follower's hide that we catch pilfering in our garden in the future. The nimble-fingered gen try will govern themselves accord ingly. " - ' : ' ' ' A special SulH van county grand jury in session at Milan, on last Fri- : day returned an indictment against -A. H. Franklin, for perjury. ' At the . Mav term of the eullivan county circuit court, Franklin was convict ed of attempting to bribe - witneeeee -'' in the noted Taylor case, and senten ced to the penitentiary for two years. His attorney ble a motion lor a new trial, which was overruled by Judge Bucker. When his present term baa ". expired he will be sent back to serve a term of seven years for perjury. Be V.John Cowan, D. D , of Fulton, preached edifying and instructive sermons at the Presbyterian churches in Keytesville last Sunday morning. We are sorry that owing; to the inclemency of the weather, there were comparatively small con gregations out to bear the Doctor. He has been a favorite minister with Keytesville audiences for a number of years, and bad the weather been favorable, the church would have been well nigh filled last Sdnday to hear him. Hulbert & Cahoon's circus and , trained animal ehows, which exhibit-, ed here last Monday, was greeted with crowde in spite of the bad weath er. The performance was good ' " throughout, tbe acrobatic rind fly iog ring work being especially fine. The ' school of educated boraes displayed V' wonderful sagacity, exhibiting a de-1 ' gree of intelligence far beyond that 2 usually attributed to tbe equine fam- '" ily, while their beauty and tbe grace with which they performed the ma- ' neuvers assigned,' won them entbusi- ' -fistic applause. The trained doge were delightfully amusing. ; Tb gen- J tlemanly management procured for ' the how many, friends,-and should tbe objects of this unsolicited test! ' monial ever again appear in our city they will without doubt have full tents at each performance. Macon ' .' Democrat, June 14. . Will be in Keytesville July 8th. , On Wednesday of last week Ed. F Robinson and Miss Hattie'Snidar, both of. Chillicothe, wera united in tbe holy bonds of matrimony and moved home' the same day. .The following night an Incendiary eetfire to the happy and peaceful home and succeeded in reducing it to ashes. Only a small portion of the house hold goods and. wearing, apparel were saved. There was no insurance on tbe house nor contents. Trackt were discovered the next morning, leading to and from the house, and - being followed across a small corn . field near by, a bottle partially fiUsd with coal oil was found. The housa belonged to .Mr H. C Ireland, a well-to-do farmer and number bt the state board of agriculture, who hzs suffered heavy losses in the last Uxr years from tbe work of villain ou fire-buS. ' r v r 1. . - '. r ; 1"! li T . Tf - x r 4