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a T. TAVOXTZJt.rd.Md Pro. KEYTESVTLLE, - MISSOURI- 5o 19 8U LocU Mall aad Ex. 11 ISam 9 42pm 4 40 p n BSSpaa 149am Ho 0 8C Loaie CtKo tXo 33 If obrlf Ac Fraigbt Iff 3 J Ac. Krai t S 8 OmsUtipriii,. So 1 Ktwu City Etpr a i' " Xo 1 1 bl 0 Mail aad Eipria 3 S3 p m Mo SI AecommoUtka KrWfkt 10 35 a m "So T Omsk Epr ,., , 2 14 m DUv t Daily eicapt 8aaay. No. 1 aad bava Rctiat-ir ebair Car (mto ClTT. 8U ll aad Cbleaco without ebaajr. abMtkl EctUitUI lot MMtO froa Cbillleotba, or points aorta ol aim eotb Foe SaU. TVktta. TUaa Table. at-, ap- rl W. D. fARSO . CH.Cat.as. J. Bassct. Oil Paaa. Tkk. Oft. Ua'l Maaagar. , is . w m. w r w - r QENERAL DIRECTORY- CO U .M .J T Olr'A-'XC K .JFt. UtiMtatlva. . Tbos. P. rVbooWr Proeaeatiaf Attoi nT J - waiiar IL. II. Harris . Praaidant Jada Co. Conrt, f C. E. AHao. . . put, lllaory Ha. E. Clark Caaty Court K- Jadjra ol Probata- r H-., v.I tibarta ' Prr? fnwtnr A. L. Wakb o.ki. --'- - B F. Moor Coanty Horvejror -JUffllCartn Coroi Ur.O.U. 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Hw iVtar K-'urLUaa8taiMa7 TMia prae Ua J rail moo; u . . t rwa u. 1T7. 1. 0. 0. FV w O irM NobU Uraad; J. E. Dmpaay. T iMnrmnJ: O. B. Ax Uraoo. Baeratary. aj- ar matiaa aTary 1 loaday ataaiag. i.AtMirxi Lomi. 5- 315 KnUbU Py- thla-C C Parka. CbaaoaJlor tommaadar, H. C. Millar. Kaapar accord ana eaai. LmWtWaVrary rrUaTaTaaia J oatpb Uaiamaa. H" Hansman & Rick, PureVinB3 and Liquors KETTESTILLE, XO. aj-TbaCaUbratad Aabaoaar-Baaeh Laar Baaralvayaoadraacht. Waaolldl m akara of tba pabU patroaac L. M. IrrtMiti, rraaidaat. .C. Waixaca. flea-PraaUaat :FARMERS' BANK' ' OF CiaiitoiCoiiti.-XBjlcsTille.HD H. C. Miixsa. A. F. Toolxt. Aaa'tCaabWr . Caabiar. THOS. HARNED, T01IS0RIAL ARTIST, KETTESULLE, XO, ysbaHaa;aabampoolBC aad balr nttlas ErorytbUc aaat aad daaa. "tap right la, yoo ara aazt. A. W. JOHNSON, AtmrEBT atlai & Notarj Pile, SJX15BUBT.B0. VWUl practk la all tba BUU Coart. THOS. E. MACKAY, Xoinry Public. CoMoa PiBplly iM to. ' Oflco with tba Probata J adg. TT. n. BRADLEY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, aaiVeUryrmbUc BJLLISCURT, JUSSOUBL C3Kfic oa Broadway orar raoola a Bank 44 For Charity Suffered Lcn." Mra. Laara C Plmatx. nilwaaaaa. WU. MJIXraia mf m JJemevUnM Bom aad kaowias tba rood Dr. Mllas Rarrla baa doc ma. my vtth to help otbara, orar come my diaUk for tb pabliclty, tbla lettar may glva ma. Ia TXor. aad Dec. 1303. TV iMwmmU hm4 th "LmGripv" aad I waa oa of tb first. Baaamlag duty too aooa, with tb car of so maay sick. I dM not rrgala my health, aad la a mooth I tmwm &tUlltmt4 aiavaT arrraaa from ! lwannaa aad tb draf u mad oa my rUallty. that It waa a qaeatloa If X coold go oa. A dear friend adrlaed m to try Xr. SlUe? HemtmraMv JTerrijae. I took S bottle aad amjbappy to aay, I am la betSeT health tbaa vr. I still coatiaa Jim pecaaiawal atatp, oa at saerra fod9 aa my work la very trylag. A lettar ad drafiaed to UUwaakee, Whv. will reach ma." Jooa ft, iM. Msa. Iaraa C Paoonx. Pr. KDe Nerrta la an Id on a noxitrva raaraaM that tb first bocU will beneok AUdrocTrtsiaaeU It attl. bottl for Si. or It vlll h tent, prepaid, on receipt of prtc b7Ck Dr. Mile Medical Oa, iOkhart lad. Dr. Miles' Nervine Restores Health SoreEyes, Weak Eyes i tAlso STYES, TrSOILS, GRXXV-Z ( MTiniS. IT.rVTllTinKS- lr- a - mbia w y (i PEXMA2fCTT1.T CUBED BY DR. JAGKSOH'S 5 INDIAN EYE SALVE.. ) i, ran aaJ pltaaaat rrfoedy . 1Tk p - a Br- a I m-u r.lll. B-v. AUo a earUia cora fr V Fo, 0tm aad Cand iiaada ar 4 JUiMa. aai AU CRCCCtSTS SILL IT AT 9SCCXTS. Li DR. T. J. MOORE Salisbury, - Missouri. Tba oLT palnlaa tooth aitraetor la bar itoa eoaaty. oaing Odootaadar. talorolorm VitalUed Air. Cocalae. Ga aad EUrtridty for axtratlac taath aitboat pain. Tried by kaadrada aad proaoaoead a saeeea. Baa tag had 25 year experieec, staads at tba head of tba protaaaloa. Oold Killings. Gold Crowaa aad Bridge work done la tba latcet style. Fall set of teeth aiy Eight Dollar Deatal Parlera, Vs. SIS l.'BroafiwayC R-I-P-A-N-3 The modern stand ard Family- Medi cine: Cures the common cvery-day ills of humanity. a 3 C3 a a z o ED. T. MILLER, Ataj-at-La? ani Kctan Mid nrrrEsniXE, ao. 0Q with W. W. Backer la rear of Far mars' Baak. VCoQaetloas promptly attaoded to. J. A. COLLET. AUat-Lav sal Hoi-ry CaHactloas a f pedalt y. VOSca la Con r -II ohm, aptab IVlOtVi To loan on bettar terms ib&n any one ele. U. C. ULSTER, Kejtc8TiIIc,Mo. MATRIM0N1 L MATTERS That Capld rides a blejele. That fib like a maolj man. That h liksfi a woman woman. That tb brldtfioota paja tb dergjmao. That claadeitinfi marrifiges rarelj tarn out well. That a jollj companion ii on thing and a wile another. That joo moit'not promUe to re form in too manj particular. That ererj yoong woman shoold learn to market intelligently. That your letters will read tome what silJy ten yean from now. That ii eh ia willing to deci?a her parent aba may deea!eyon. That abort engagements ara aa a rule followed by abort honeymoons. That it is a daogerona experiment to marry a man to "reform him.' Tbat becaueeyou are engaged" neither of yoo aay look at anyone alee. That a honeymoon baa been aptly termed a "fortnight In the eky." That bread and chaste aad klaaea make an oneobetantlal diet In the loog run. Tbat tba exaet number and length of 'maV vlsiU should ba predeter mined. Tbat yoo ahould notmaka preaenta to your adorable ona beyond yonr means. That the engagement ring should ba worn on tba third flngerot the left hand. Tbat Soyera cook book will prove of mora practical benefit than a est of Browning That tba "newer" tba woman the greater her ehance ol becoming an old maid. Tbat It ia advisable to little the "bloomer" question before going to tba church. Tbat jou eonoot buy too many suite of clotbea while eiogle. Yoo will need them later on. Tbat a liltlft lorera'-quarrel or two le a good thing by which to take each other's measure. That It ia ust aa well to burn letters except hie or hers on the day before tba wedding. Tbat there ebould be a thorougb understanding ae to exactly what yonr yearly income is. ' That ba will agree togirevp amok Ing if yon agree to give op coametica and perfumery. Tbat there ia a world of pathetic hiatory In the adage, "marry inhaate and repent at leisure." Tbat 4t Touog man who laeka In gallantry toward hia mot bar and aie tera ia lifcely to lack It toward a wife. That the reluctance of tba stern parent te part with his only daugh ter U often more aaeumed than real. , That tbs young woman who effects arerrion to house-keeping wll sever make a good domestic partner. Tbat married life does not pnt an snd to tba round of diversion that maks courting days so pleasant. That aeven evenings in the -week and Sunday afternoon is all of bsr time that yon should reasonably ex- pact. That a young man la notboind to keep unreasonable promleee extort ed from him on the evening of the uptiala. Tbat your brother, if he be e ingle and of auitable age, should ba ahoaen as tbs beat man against all otbeis. Tbat a sister is tbs most suitable maid of honor, an arrangement which doee away with the brides maids. That yon had better reach an an tenuptial agreement about lodge nights and such singlehanded diver sions. That wedding eaks is no longer sent about, but Is packed in souvenir boxes, ons being provided for each guest. Tbat if yon do not Intend to give op the pleaeuree and associations of bachelorhood yon had better remain eiugl. Tbat a woman Is no mors likely to be proud tolearn that her husband has a past than her husband to bear that of her. That modern soda usage decrees that weddiag presents may be sent the GIRL RIGHT. "When the rirl comes to be a woman- look out. It she starts out in vigorous, womanly health then it is pretty safe to say sue wui dc a Healthy, attractive, beautiful woman. The beginniaz of womanhood is the real crisis in a woman's life. Nearly always something is wroncr then in the distinctly feminine organs. Maybe it Un very aenons no matter the time to stop disease ia when it starts. r.lcE-LREETS WITJE OFCARDUI will brine rirl aafelv throneh the crisis. Taken at the first indication of weak ness, it never fails. It regulates the monthly periods with perfect precision. Its action is direct upon the feminine organs that above all others, ought to be strong and well. Start the girl right. Don't expose her to the dangers and tortures of dragging weakness, pearim; down pains, nervous prostration and the debilitating drains so common to women. IIcElree'a ITine of Cardal, is a home treatment. It docs away entirely with abhorrent 'local examinations." UV at I LOO a BottSs tf OarJtrs la Medicine. at any time within two montba be fore the dav of the ceremony. m ar That clouda ara aure to obscure tba honeymoon if each of yon haa married under the mistaken impres sion tbat the other has money. . ... t. . . mailt is quite pofcsible lor a young couple to be very fond of each other without committing the slight est offense against good taste. Tbat it is better to forego the bn dal tour it your funds are low and thus start marrlei life ont of debt and with all yonr thinge paid for. Tbat it is not bad form for you to give your prospective husband An eagsgement ring. A little extra J w elry In the bouse may come basdy some day. i Tbat a practical knowledge of Ike d static ot t&oueekpiog ie aespntia to tbe wife who can afford servants as it is to tbs sharer ot a poor man's lot. i That it yon are not prepared to aesume all the responsibilities of wifehood yon had -better remain ein crie. become a new woman and ' lec ture oa woman's right e. That It is expected of tbe mother of the bridegroom to invite the proe peetive bride and her family to t formal dinner immediately after the engagement le announced. That tbe girt who eite In tbe par lor and elntre "Who TTII1 Care lor UofherNow?' while the old lady is doing the fatal. washicg will prove a great diesappointmeat to a poor man. ' Oo to Brill fur groceries, glass ware, qaeene ware, tinwate, candies. cigare aad tobacco. Gallatot North liwonrfanrTobe Huffman was over from Jamesport Wedneeday. In the summer To be days ball. In tbs winter be waits for summer to come so hs can play w ball again. is Cod-liver Oil without the fish- fat taste. You get all the virtue of the oiL You skip nothing but the taste. rvSJj i! i FUNNY THIN QS WB SEE. Large women trying to be kitten ish. ' 8tont women trying too look senti mental. , Brides trying to look like elderly matrons. Economists doing their Christmas shopping. 8pinsters of a very certain ago pos ting aa ingenues. Damsels ot eighteen endeavoring to pose as world-wise cynics. Grandmothers trying to accustom themselves to tbe modern nureery regulations. Old clothfa are iuet aa good aa new onea when they look that way. Uarments colored with Putnam Fadelees Dyes look like new. It makea no difference what yonr gooda are made of, boil thm with Putnam r adeleea Dyea and they will be dyed a ladeiese, crocfiieea coior. j.cn package colore silk, wool or cotton. The brightest and best dye for car pet rage. They color from one-third to one ball more goods than any other dye. Sold by W. C. Gaston. IT IS BABY RUTH. lioberly Ifonitor. . Sometime ago it if said tbat Dr. Still had a request to go to Gray Ga bles bat declined. Late news from Kirksville indicates that ths patient b as corns to him. Friday a special came into Kirks- villa on the Wabasb. There was a handsome official's car, and tbs prin cipal occupant was a little girl about five ytars of age, who wore a heavy veil in spite of her yonth. and had no less than six nurses ot female at tendants aboard the car. "The party Is now elegantly lodged at Kirksville. Their identity is kept secret, but there is no doubt that the girl Is Buth Cleveland, who is be ing treated by the famous bone doc tor for imperfect circulation in the head and neck and threatened soften ing ot the brain." A D08B that is always seasonable Is a doee of Simmons Liver Regula tor, tbe "King of Liver Uedicines." It keepe tbe liver active; tbe bowele regular; prevents Biliousness; and promotes digestion. In 'fact helps keep yon well "I have watched it's effeeie In familiea where I have prac ticed and find it admirable; both al terative and tonic in its action." Dr. T. W. Mason, Id aeon, Ga. .Missouri Notes. Springfield has a Ben Jonson elub. It is estimated that 600 car loads of eattle are being fed in Shelby county. A little boy was recently fined f 3 in Hannibal for using profane lan guage. . Company B, ot Boiler, ie to be arm sd by the state with new Springfield rifles. Tramps are furnished work at Rich ill as fast as they arrive, macada mising ths strsets. some uissouri farmers sell corn Cor 18 cents, bnt they don't hanker after It. But two deaths have ever occurred la the Reform school at Boonville. Airs. Rebecca Rush Patton, who re cently died a Macon, cooked on tbs first sooking stove eer brought to Raadolph county. Ur. J. C. Huberger, of Iowa, has bought 50,000 acres of land in Craw ford county on which the town of Midland Is to bs located. He will raiee fruit. They have bad thieves at Trenton. The other night somebody drove a team into a preacher's backyard and tols a wagoa load of potatoes. . Xunid aad Korfisrsd Walter Scott and Miss Clara Daw son were married by a Justice of tbs Peace recently at Des Moines, Iowa, and when ths ceremony was over, Scott went to the home of hit wife's ather, 8. R. Dawson, to get her per sonal belongings. Dawson shot Scott dead. Tbe murderer was arrested and special guards were placed around the jail for fear ot mob violence. Tbe younz eouple beeame two years ago, and the iO Jrers aid an in nis power It Ltfaer - ra a . i . Hep-' ..reenter m an x -r , orttt manageu ,nar- tbe above t - W ana A Democratic War-florae. "Uncle Chap" Crawley, the veteran Democratic war-horse, of Charlton county, has been saying for several months past that he was "ont of politics," but we sever put on a badge of mourning because of his re tirement from the political arena, knowing tbat he is so constituted tbat when the Democratic tocsin of war again souud, if life and health are spared, he will, in short order, again, buckle on the Democratic armor and lead in the thickest of the fight. "Uncle Chap" is from center to cir cumference, every inch, a free silver Democrat at a ratio of 16 to 1, and haa but little patience with the heret ical views of some that claim to be Democrats on that lint; but he ia for harmony on correct principlss. He would like to give everyone of the erring brethren on opportunity for ' repentance and a return to the old family hearthstone. Uis.only fear is theee prodigals will not return; that the fatted calf maybe killed and that there may be bread, and to spare, in the Democratic household once more. f 1 Uncle Chap ' reads the papera still. Recent events, tbe president's mtteeage and the doings of congress, led him in fen interview with us the othpr day to make thb assertion: "If, after songrees bad aceeded to the preeident'e recommendation, and by unanimous consent had author ized tbe appointment of a commis sion to investigate tbe Venezuelan British matter, Mr. Cleveland had sent another message to congress saying: 'In case a war should ensue with England we shall need - money. I have my individual views as to the best means to obtain it, but I forego a reiteration o them and leave the matter entirely with congress, and any bill that congress may pass on the financial question shall meet with my approval and receive my signa ture." Had Mr. Cleveland done this "Untla Chap" says "no power on earth coold have prevented hie being elected president for the third time. This was bis golden oppor tunity to win a great name that should abide." "Uncle Chap" thinks. Mr. Cleveland is all right on the Ytnezuelan ques tion and in maintaining the Monroe doctrine, but is all wrong on the financial question. Had be followed in tbe line mentioned he could have bfcomw right and swerificed no prin ciple. Mr. Cleveland instead pursued another course and again urged hie objectionable views which meet the! approbation ot scarcely any man o any party outside the members ot hia cabinet and those to whom ha has distributed patronage. A Daughter's Part at Home. Harpsr'a Baund Table. One of the sweetest things a girl ean do is to receive friends gracious ly, particularly at home. In one' own house a cordial manner is par ticularly fitting. Do not stand off. In the middle of the room and bow coldly and formally to ths friend who has called. Walk over to meet her; give her your hand 'and say pleasantly that yon are very glad to see her again. Stiff, cold and formal waye of greeting acquaintance are not proper in a girl welconrtc. trnesta to her fthar'a hnnia daughter's part Is to assist her mother on every social occasion. Tbe girl pours tbe tea in her motb er's drawing-room when friends dr An in at 5 o'clock. Quite often, w'Aea no maid is present, she helps the guests to the sandwiches an A the cakes which are served at 5 tea, and herself hands ths c ps and takes them from tbe g teBt who would like to be relieved. A part from and mor important even than her mannc A cmest who happens in for a houroraday X - o Is tbe manner of a laughter to her f ha father re ather and mothe turns to bis hor nter a wsaring day at business He ig tired in body ana mina. isoming ' . ..w-wtchkey tnrni r nthehr ? off care: be is feasor, u - . . n f rna dear at VouAt the tnougu -J . .ii . n.fter hours ol baeanev . . .nee. - .mv n unu ii tits a a a a and with the Dioom rettygowu, ; - ld Ireebneesowy attAntioQ . -I- KtuuK ., ... . mt led . bone. -- - -r - - deal lor their th ' h.lr trtDRtu, in. - I. j. ..ba ana w uu"" " home s sake, ana . oak(, loTe. ir:lr. ipay its oeoti o ! ties'