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C P. VA2JDrVXB.E4.axtd Prop. KEYTESVILLE, - MISSOURI. 5o 12St. Loci Mail and Et. 11 13 am No 6 t. l-oois A rhi-airo tlx 8 42 p m tNo U ol-rlyAc In-Uht 4 40 p in tNo 3 J Ac. rrU'ht 3 P ra So H Omaha Crr-ive HUB O "WZ3T. So 1 Ka'ww Hty Kipr S 4.1 a m No 11 K C Mail and Kiprraa. .1 S3 p m tNo 21 ArrommoJatioa "right10 S3 a ta No 7 Omaha Kipress 2 14 an Daily. tDailyeicept Sunday. Jioe. 1 an J 6 bar KwliniiK r hair Car (seats frea) and new Bott KWpin(rn to Kaaaaa Cttw, u Loaia and Chicago without enanire. Io. 8 will atop at KeyUeTlIU lor paaaaitra ttom C&Ulieotfce. or point aorta ol ailU cotha For Bat. Ticket. Tin Tables, eU.. ap- 5,7,0 w. n.riRso. A KeytasTiUe. Me. C.H.C1111, C. M. Hat. Geal raaa. Tkk. Oft. Yka-Pres. an J Oen'l Mnrr. GENERAL DIRECTORY- KspreerotatiTS Thoa. 1 Schooler uJ.. Iiinnr Jail. C. Wallace jL.ll. Ilerrinir. lrideot iuJgr Co. Court, (r. 1- AIWb. ,W. Diat. Ork Count r I ourt 1U D. KJ wards Jade of lrolat H.C. Minter Thoa. K. Mer kaj Bhn3 J. 11 DrtnpT A. L. Wekb Trraurer. Fmblie Administrator fA.tv in rv.rnr , U F. Moor ..Sam'lCartrr t oronr it. vj j. -., County School Commissioner J. 1 Coleman Circuit Crk II. B. lUftordaon tucordtr B- 11. Smith MmnKiir Crw (South Kt. V. k. 8hUlin(r.pator.Srrla aJSabhath.mornm and rrninj;, ao.l ourth Sunday nijrht f saeh month. Sbhth-cbool sTery Sabhath asornin a t 0 orlock. Prayer mat tings W ed eaday evenings. PatsBTTtaus Crc Ht. J. J. Squire, pastor. Pmuhinjr. awond Sunday la each month, morning and ermine. Fitrr BmT Chtbtb ReT.CF.D.AroolJ. pastor. Prachinjr. 2d and 4 th Sundays in each month, morn in jr. and evening. Cuarro Co. Medical 8ot;rrv. Mitt ih last Thursday in each month at Salwbnrr. Krrrts villi Lib bait Mr. John CMiller. Librarian. Library open eTery Friday af ternoon from 3 to 5. 8klktt KsioBTB. A. O. C. W. Meeta 2nd 4th Fridav evening In each oonth. J. J; Moor, S. C; K. 11. Tisdale. R. KrtTCTiLL Test. No.. 83 K.O.T. M. J. A. fJblfet. 8. K C. Mreta on the Bret and third Thursday evenings of earh month Caaarrox Lodok. No. 177, A.O.U. W.Jno. Chivtrs, M. W. It. 11. Tiedale, Recorder. Knrular meetings 2nd and 4 th Tuesday Tn lac at 7 o clok. Wabbeti Lo nor. No. 74. A. K. and A. M. Ed. T. Milter. Matter; L. D. Applrjrat. S retary Krular meetlnga Saturday erening pracaling full moon. KBTTE9T1U.B. Lodoe. No. 477, 1. 0. 0. F. W. O. Ajr, Nobl Grand; 4. K. Dempaey. Tka-Orand; O. B. Anderson. Secretary. Keg aar meetings every Monday evening. LamrELuT Lodok. No. 243 Knlfthta Fy thiaa C. C. Park. Chancellor Commander, 11. C. MUler. Keeper of Kecord and Seal. Betralar meeticjrs eTery Friday eTening. J oseph Maum&a. llenry lUck Hansman & Hick, OKA LBS 13 Pure : Wines : aii : Liprc KETTEST1LLE, 310. saTk Celebrated Anheur-Boch Lagai Bear always on draught. W solid t a share of U pablie patronage L.M. ArrLKOATB. J.C. Wallacb, rresideat. Tic-President :FARMERS' BANK,- Ciariton County, KeitesTille, He 11. C. Miu.es, A. F. Too let, Aas't Cashier Cashier. THOS.HARNED, TOKSORIAL ARTIST, KETTESTILLE, 310, ar UhaTing. shampooing and hair catting. Ererything neat and dean, "tcp right In, you are next. A. W. JOHNSON, AttomejatLai & Kotaiy Feic, SlllSDCBT.XO. tf-Will prsrtk, la .11 Ui 8ut Conrt.. THOS. E. MACKAY, Notary JPublic. Collections PrompUj AltEiiel to. OOce with the Probate Judge. IT. II. BRADLEY, ATTO RN EY-AT-LAW, aad aTetary rmbUe. &1XISBURT, MISSOUBI. bTOSc on Broadway otst People Banks List of Fees. The following is a list of fees which can be had bj the parties thereto en titled bj calling on or sending an or der to the proper officer. When yon get jour money don't forget to kind ly remember the Cocriek for having given yon "a pointer' and if you are not already a subscriber, como in and let ua enroll your name for the Great Favorite Wetkly: iv oarriT clebe bh haui!-o. ' iiaxi. Anderson. Geo . AMridge. John Thomas Arrhvr, Med ..... Alexander, J 2 Andervon. O B trinkWy. 11 C Butler, Sarmon . Boade, rrei 30 30 2 43 2 40 to 30 00 30 13 30 SO 3 00 4 80 3 23 j 3 23 5 20 1 80 1 40 3 CO 1 30 1 00 30 30 2 30 30 1 30 75 3 25 2 73 2 3 2 45 2 45 2 05 75 2 20 30 V0 m I 73 1 00 75 8 22 1 V0 4 00 2 00 30 3 70 3 70 3 CO C43 1 00 1 00 1 70 1 00 1 90 5 20 75 C30 1 43 1 00 2 00 50 30 73 2 00 2 50 2 SO 2 70 50 50 3 15 3 20 30 Co 50 50 e? t o 35 75 1 20 1 25 25 1 CO 1 00 75 75 50 80 05 50 3 00 50 4 40 75 75 75 5 00 1 03 50 130 50 2 20 Barton. VA Brown, Gertie Pasey, Lary Ann Bentley, Timothy Babbler, il Bell, lUubla Barnes. Thomas Benecke. L Byne, DW Bell. Casper W Bajne, John 1 Beckett. J C Brummall, J D BrummalL Mollia Brown, Fanaia Brown, I'oaa Blarkwell, Jsme Brur. Jsme Bradley. Bobert BeaU. W V Bntodie, A M Bitens. B Y Bingham, 11 -. Biabam. Dora Biagbam, Clarenra Brown. James Bra alien r. Clay Brsanear. W F Cooper. II W Clark, (Jeorje T Conn. W 11 Cloyd, C P Comba, Samuel Clark, Hitliam Cord, A L Calhoun, V B CaspUrll, John Carter, T O (rue. CbsrUs Colyjr, Alex Colycr, (i 8 Colyer, Bert Clark, fYiillata Caxxvll. J W Con i ad, Rhoda Cuddy, J U Conrad, Mort Conrad, Mrs Mort Conger, Moses ... Carson, William Cunningham. George W Cawthan, John Chapman, George Cotter. D D Dameroj. A W ... Dameron, James . Dari. Ben Davis, C IS Da Ten port, M T Daeenport, Mrs.M T Dsmeron, 0 0 - Downing, Samuel William Dewey, Georgw M DeMoss.JM Knjeart, A S Emerson, Jim Ed Fasner, C Finney, Peter Finney, Julia Fleming, S 11 Foster. ffC Forrest, C T Fristoe, Thomas Fralea, Fit Farleea. 9 II Fullsr, Jim Flowers, Leri Fawks.WB . Frame, Jerry . Grubba. W 8 Glaagow, Nathaniel Grotian. LC - Giitimacher, Mark Gallagher. A E Gray. Dr H Guthridge, John Gilchrist. AC Grace, George Hammock. If Utnsley. W 8 H artman, William Ilarl. George fJotchkiss, B Uarper. Lilla Iligginbotham, O 11 llarper, V M Ileiman. William Halts, Moley lloag. Sheriff Uersbey. Walter ... Hsyaard.J P. 11 alley. Charles llarrey, Ben Harper, Clark . Meek. Lewi ... 11 art, Lon . llerring. L 11 M llurst, Thoa II a it, llenry . Hamilton, Wm N Bill. William E Holding, Bea Uoman, J B Hsynea. Bea M Homaa, J O . Irvia. AO . I ale. J A Jacobs, David . Jacobs, John . Jamison, M J ease p. Charles Jones. W J . M Johnson, SII M Konklln, Lala Konklin, Keld Kist, William Kuhler James Keyte. Joseph, )r Kinley. W U KUubeloe, Olirer Kerr. Joha Kemper, BU aUaiasg. George 1 30 00 20 CO 1 1 1 2 1 00 50 1 50 1 70 2 00 75 75 75 73 2 CO 1 00 4 35 3 23 2 20 2 93 50 73 00 1 00 3 35 mm to 2 23 1 80 00 00 73 125 73 2 30 1 30 125 1 45 3 70 80 80 1 65 1 CO 70 1 80 50 1 00 50 50 3 05 3 05 2 50 2 73 2 75 CO 50 50 30 2 20 50 75 30 50 2 20 1 80 2 50 50 20 Milhauer. S A ... Moore. Berry ... Miller. William ... Moeer, Henry . Mi!a, Joseph Mott, IsaUh Miller. A J m Metcalf. KU Moor. Florsnc Meyer, Tony Miller, Dan Myers. T D Myers, Daniel . McCnne, James MrCatL JW . McCullorb. Fharon McEiniia, Hiram McCollum. Perry Norton. L L NiO, Frank Owen. W T Owen. Bobert .. O Bryan, Peter Piatt, Pohltnnn, John II PurrU. K V Painter, J D Pay nr. Frank .. Pratt. Eugene .. Pri.-e. E W Pri.. OH . Towel!. Cli arte Philpott. Dr k B Powell. Josi Pickett, G W Payne, Abner Payne. II B Payne, Tboma Rogers, Joseph Iloudrr, J 8 Ray, Georgs Keid. Fred Betiding, William IUmey, LB .. Buppert. John Rodgere. Jos .. ReiawaM, John Ricbanlson, J F Stevenson. K .. SteYenson. T Stanley. FR ffbafer, James Stipe. T A Steilington. W 8 . f paw. M W Stockman. Henry Stockman, J M Slaughter. W It S ma Hey, J Stephens, J N rmtchman, Staubel. Matti Stock well, 8 R Sturkey. Levi . Scbutte. Joseph Singleton, Seth . B pence, Jordan , Btarks. John Sherman, Anderson Simpson. J W Swlsegood, John Taylor. A D Tribble. R O . Thorne, William Thomas. Marioa Tolbert. G U Thrash, C P Taylor, J A . Tpton, Henry Tenable. F K Virgin. 8 II Virgin. II S Wayland. R M Williams. Bsrtba Wright. Lnlc Williams, Joseph Walker. E E White. Joha Waraon. C VT Williams. Joha Wilson. Martha Whits, Jerry Walden, T J Win free, Israel Williams, George W Winn, Msthis Windsor, Joha Wilson. Mary Wallace, C Yocum, AC 1 30 80 1 73 1 C5 2 80 3 05 2 00 3 40 3 73 3 25 3 00 1 50 2 40 2 80 3 CO 75 50 2 50 50 1 10 50 3 00 5 00 3 25 2 10 50 2 80 2 20 4 CO 3 75 3 75 50 75 50 75 50 1 50 4 10 3 00 73 75 50 50 50 50 73 1 00 73 1 CO 00 1 2 00 00 50 4 20 50 , 50 75 2 CO 75 4 20 140 SO 75 3 00 130 4.00 1 50 73 2 00 73 1 80 3 05 5 20 1 CO 2 00 1 10 50 SO 50 50 50 50 50 00 2 80 1 40 50 3 00 1 50 50 1 SO 2 80 75 It COrTY TBEAtCBEB WELCH'S HASPS. Lee, Dsrid Lee. John . Laughlin.CM Lewis. J V Lippinrott. E Leei. Thos Leach. S J Lee. Bobert m. Lancaster, Mrs Lee. Smith Lebnhart, James Lehnhart, Mrs ... Leonard. (1 M Lnngdon. J D Liint, J It Ml'Ur, B McFarland. Lury Metier. Moe, W T Madison. Thomaa MoeUy, Bill Mott, Jiom ... Asbury, George . 50 Crockman, AG . , . 1 00 Bartee, Geo . , .50 Bartow, Ed - 2 20 Col Tin Josh - - -75 Carr, Edgar -50 Collins, W II II . . . 1 00 Dill. EH . -75 Forkrner, Jessis - 4 50 Hyde, UC 75 Hyde, Walter - 75 Johns. B F . . 3 00 8tesd. P M . . . 1 00 Thomss. Jamea . . . 73 Wright. S a . .05 IB SBEBirr DXMPSET HA5D0. Austin, A B . . .65 Anderson, OB . . 2 35 Bash, Msrion . 50 Bash.Rkhsrd . 20 BrvBtwfckrr . . .8 25 Blakey. R V . . .75 Binfortl, Jack . 75 Broaks, A J . 0 50 Beckett. J C ... 10 Carson, Ed . .50 Chariton County A'ews . 1 70 Cook, J A . . 3 00 Cunningham, G W . 5 25 Cord. A L . . 3 80 Colein. A . . .75 Davis, J W 15 75 75 9 85 . 75 2 60 72 SO 75 75 3 50 50 75 75 2 CO 3 30 75 75 1 50 1 30 50 40 75 T5 75 75 20 2 25 50 03 5 75 75 2 05 75 Dismukes. John Ford. Ki: Furrow, T L Guil'od, A w Gibson. AC Howard. Tete Harrison. J w Hanson. Joseph Jard,wP Kuhler, John Knight. TP Lemon W Morvhead, R T New bold, T PluiAett. J T Piatt. Q w Rei.l. CI) Bedding, wash Rrdd. J w Simpwon, J w Stuckey, Levi Sharer, John Shackelford, Theodore Spencer, L A Simpson, Thomas D Smith. M J Tooley.A V Wood, wilHam woodson, CU winn, O F westenksuhler, E C waterfield, Lea Curt Fcr Headache. As a lemedy for U forms of head icLe Electric Bitters has pioed to be the very best. It effects a perma nent cure ft ml the most dreaded habitual sick headaches yield to its influence. We uipo all who are af flicteJ to procure a bottle, and give this remedy it fair trial. In cafes of hnbitual constipation Elect lie Bitters cures by giving the needed tone to the bowels, ai'd few cases long resist the uBeol this medicine. Try it once. Larg-J bottles only 50cts at W. C. Gat ton s drug store. Ram's Morns. Faith grows by putting God's word to the teat. Only the fool will expect to pros per when (Jod is against bim. Some people never find out that there is nothing made by worry. Some preachers never find out that (Jod employs no hired help. The moment a pinner comes to himself he wants to comoto Christ. The man who lives only for him self is attending to the devil's busi ness. It takes a moderate drinker a long time to find out that he has any bad habits. When you pray, believe that yon will either receive what yoi ask or what you should ask. No one can belong to God for an hour who doesn't intend to belong to him forever. Jesus taught economy and pru dence, when he told his disciples to gather up the fragments. The only people who succeed in living a Christian life are those who devote their whole time to it. The church is a help to the Chris tian, but it cannot do anything for the sinner who will not repent. Prayer has no favor with God un less it is prompted by a heart that either loves his Son or wants to. Making the Bible a center-table or nament is an altogether different thing from making it a lamp of life. 1'lucking the feathers from an eagle's wings may keep his body on the ground, but his heart will still fly toward the sun. The world is full of people who be lieve the Bible with their heads, who take no step toward Christ with their hearts. The man whose wife doesn't know that he is a Christian, had better keep his seat when a rising vote is taken at church. My little boy, when two years of age, was taken very ill with bloody flux. I was advised to use Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and luckily procured part of a bottle. I carefully read the direc tions and gave it accordingly. He was very low, but slowly and surely he began to improve, gradually recovered, and is now as stout and strong as ever. I feel sure it saved his life. I never can praise the Remedy half its worth. I am sorry every one in the world does not know how good it is as I do.-Mrs. Lina S. II in ton, Grahamsville, Marion Co., Florida. For sale by W. C. Gaston. No Terdict was ever received with more universal satis faction in Sullivan, Linn and Carroll counties than the Tay lor verdict Milan Standard. Davis. J M King Corn. Corn is our great staple. It is a distinctively, almost exclusively, American product, and in value our corn crop is worth more than any other crop we raise. This is apparently the greatest corn year ever known, and the sea son is now so fir advanced as to re duce chances of disaster to a minimum. In 1891 we raised thegreatestcorn crop ever grown, but we are going to render it insignificant this year. In 1801 corn covered 70, 204,000 acres and yielded an average of 27 bushels to the acre. This year the corn fields amount to 82,301,000 acres, 6,000,000 more than in 1891, and all reports Indicate a larger yield per acre than in that year. But at the same average yield the crop will amount to 2,222,2025,000 two billion two hundred and twenty-two million two hundred and eight thousand bushels. Corn is worth 50 cents a bushel not only in the market but in the feeding of hogs. This drop will there fore add $1,111,104,000 to the country's wealth. Think of itl More than a billion dollars of actual wealth prodnced in a single year in the shape of a single crop! Who doubts the prosperity of the great republic? Ex. Guaranteed Care. We authorize our advertised drug gist to sell Dr. King's New Di?coyery for consumption cougns and colds, upon th's condition: If you are af flicted with a cough, cold or any lung, throat or chest trouble, and use this remedy as directed, giving it a fair trial, and experience no benefit, you may return the buttle and have your money refunded. We could not make this offer did we not know that Dr. King's New Discovery cculd be relied on. It never disappoints. Trial bottles free at W. C. Gaston's drug sture. Large size 50c and $1.00. Say, young man, there is one thing you cannot do. You can't make & success in lire unless you work. Bet ter men than you have tried it and failed. You can't loaf around the treet corners, saloons, smoke cigars, tell foul stories, drink whiskey and sponge on some one else without making a failure in life. You mnst learn a trade or get into some hon est business; if you don't you will be a chronic loafer, despised by all, pro ducing nothing, simply making your self v burden tp your parents or the state. There is no place in the world for loafers. The ripe fruit is all at the top of the tree and you must climb if you get it. If you wait for it to fall at your feet you will never get it Smarter men will jump up and pluck it all. Help yourseU and others will help you. Wake up and see what you can do. Centralia Cou rier. Don't Tobacco Spit or Smoke Your Lils Away is the truthful, startling title of a book about No-To-Bae, the harmless, guaranteed tobacco habit cure that braces up nicotinized nerves, elim inates the nicotine poison, makes weak men gain strength, vigor and manhood. You run no physical or financial risk, as No-To-Bac is sold by W. C. Gaston under a guarantee to cure or money refunded. Book free. Address Sterling Remedy Co., Mew YorK or Chicago. Truth. Bpnrgeon. Truth will never die; the stars will grow dim, the sun will pale in glory, but truth will ever be young. In tegrity, uprightness, honesty, love, goodness, they are imperishable. No grave can entomb these immoral principles. They have been in prison, but they have been freer than before; those who enshrine them in their hearts have been burned at the stake; but out of their ashes other witnesses have arisen. No sea can drown, no storm can wreck, no abyss can swal low up the everlasting truth. You cannot kill goodness, and integrity, and righteousness; the way that is consistent with these must be a way everlasting. There's Truth in This. Someone has said: "lie who mar ries for love, gets a wife; who mar ries for position, gets a lady; who marries for fortune, gets a mistress. If you are sick, your wife will nurse you, your lady will visit 'you, your mistress will enquire about your health. If you die, your wife will weep for you, your lady will lament and your mistress wear mourning." Sailor straw bats at Mrs. C. P. Yandiver's only 15 cts. Bible on SUrer and Gold. -From the St. Joseph News. For those with whom the Bible is final authority, the financial question is about closed. Senator Blackburn of Kentucky, who is a great author ity in matters of religion, is credited with saying: "Isn't the money of the Bible good enough for you? Are we to depart from the plain precepts of Christianity at the behests of Wall street? That old father in - Israel bought land iu Palestine and paid for it in silver 4,000 years ago, and a money that would buy real estate in the Uoly Land ought to be good enough to pay your interest with to the money lenders of the bourse." Add to this theauthoritativestate ment of our own Mr. Enright, who is just out with a pamphlet on finance, in which he says: "The goldites ask: Why the ratio of 16 to 1? Why not 10 to 1, or 40 to 1? I answer: Almighty God through the silent force of nature, established the ratio of 16 to 1?" This should be an end of contro versy with all people who are not willing to enterinto rebellion against heaven and its monetary laws. But doctors will disagree, even in the ology, and there are those of a like turn of mind with these wiiters, who affirm that as the new Jerusalem is to be paved with , gold, not silver, there is evidence in this that what ever might be paid ot silver in the patriarchal age, the mere twilight of religious light, in the millenium, the fullness of light and religious growth, it is evident that gold, not silver, ia the only authorized metal basis for the eaint to stand upon.- Silver might do, eay theee persons, for thoee old fathers in Israel, who were, at the best,' but little advanced out of th barbarous state, but the saints should stand for something better. Begga' Blood Purifier and Blood Maker Bepgs' Blood Purifier and Blood Maker Beggs' Blood Purifier and Blood Maker for all disease of the blood. A positive guarantee with every bottle. Call for and be sure you get Beggs' and take no other, old by Sneed, the druggist. Indian Population. The totalnumbar of Indians, accor ding to the estimate of the Indian bureau, is 248,253, exclusive of those iu Alaska. In 1829, before the annexation of Texas uud New Mexico, the Indian population was estimated at 400,000. In 1855 the cumber was 350,000, a similar esti mate being made for 1871. The de cline in numbers has been very rapid in the last quarter of a century. The Cherokees and Chippewas have increased their numbers, while the principal loss has been among the Sioux and other Northwest tribes. In 1871, 237,478 were on the reser vations, and at the beginning of 1895 this number had decreaed to 133,417, or about a third of the total number. Less than 30,000 of these support themselves, the gov ernment issuing supplies to most of them. If the rate of decrease main tained for the past twenty-five years be kept up, there will not be a full blooded Indian in the country by the year 2000. llobbed Of a nice head of hair usc through negli gence. When your Lair begins to faO out. don't neglect it, but get a bottle of Begga' llair Kenewer which will atop it falling out, and if turning gray, will restore ita Eatural color. For aale by 8Bed, the druggist. Keep An Eye on Them Whenever you see a politician or an editor continually flopping from one side to another keep your eye on them. They play only for gain. Look at II all if you please. lie got the nomination to congress only after pledging himself to the cause of free coinage and no sooner was he elected than he turned completely around. In the first place, he is a demagogue of the worst character. During the campaign he took a pair of new pants, had bright red patch es put on them and went all over the district posing as a farmer. It cost him about 2,000 votes. Ex. Hebe are some queer advertise ments that some one has clipped from the papers; 'Two young women want washing. Babies taken and finished in ten minutes by a country photographer. For sale, a hand some piano, the property of a young lady who is leaving Scotland in a walnut case with turned legs. Wanted, a young man to look after a horse of the Methodist persuasion. A chemist inquires, "Will the gentleman who left his stomach for analysis please call and get It, to- Igether with the result?"