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Go to A. M. Brill for clover seed.
Try a. La Take 5 -cent cigar, you-win smoke no other. and The Haker perfect wire is always the best, and is for sale at Hocombs. A world-beater The La Take 5 cent cigar. Hard to beat is the La Take agar. For sale by all wide-awake dealers. Try one five-pound pail of jelly at S. M. White's. Only 2$ cents per paiL , Go to Drill for groceries, glassware. queenswere, tinware, cand.es, and tobacco. czars When you smoke, smoke something that is worth smoking. The La Take 5 -cent cigars never fail to give satisfaction. I have 50 bushels, each, of choice clover and timothy seed for sale. B. C Smutz. Mcndon, Mo. Mrs. A. O. Bachtel, of near Indian Grove, presented her liege lord with twin boys on Wednesday night of last week. I carry a full line of undertakers' goods and make funeral directing a specialty. Prices the lowest. J. I. Moore. .The Press-Sfecafor says it never heard of our blushing. Same to you, Brother Gallemore. Editors don't need blushes in their business. C B. Crawley spent Tuesday and I ednesday in Marshall. Saline coun ty. on professional business. S. M. White, Agce Bros, and Hans- man & Rick sell La Take 5 -cent ci gars. W, A. Ieonard, of Salisbury i i now convalescing from his 21st attack of pneumonia. Try those raisins at Swain's. They are dandies and the !est of it he is selling them 25 pounds for $1.00. Do you need a nice window shade for your parlor or sitting room? If so. you can get the very latest styles of J. P. Moore. He carries a complete line at bottom prices. Clover Seed. I have a lot of clover seed for sale at my farm, five miles northwest of Keytesville. First come, first served. J. T. Swain, jr. ' . A new Odd Fellows' lodge No. 524 was instituted at Chula, Livingston county, on the night of Feb. 12th. There were 1 9 charter members, and Theutal expenditures of Chariton evening 0, me county for the fiscal year ending Fcb. n memlers were added by initiation, ISL 1806- amount tn tftn ,R t. roemuciwiip ui j3. ' T j Of this sum warrants for $28,721,24 Keytesville, in the main, has the best lot of business houses of any town ofitssizein Missouri, but there are a few old frame rookeries on Bridge street that we hope will be torn away this next summer and replaced by sub stantial brick structures. ' The Best Advertisement Remember when you want groceries that Brill's stock is all new and fresh, and that he wfll make you bottom prices. Go to Hansman & Rick and call for their 1891 hand-made Bour bon. You will find it matured well, palata ble and strictly pure. Judge W. W. Ruckcr is presiding over the regular February term of the Linn county circuit court at Brook nki init ww if 1 rA ziAi'At m a 1 z w "v. uwvvi u nuicngusc, in rveyiesviue. ana am rre- a large one. and court will last two j pared to furnish board and lodging by were drawn on the county revenue fund; $8,292,28 on the county bridge tr fi,n. ba q .u- and furs, delivered at the cent bond sinking fund, and $3,08 2,83 on the five and six per cent, bond interest fund. Boarding and Lodging. 1 ukc mis meinoa oi announane a private hoarding that I am running weeks and perhaps lender. You can find a complete stock of staple and fancy groceries at Swain's and at trices to compare with 80-cent corn. Holcomb would like to make figures for any one wanting to build or repaii. He will save you money and give you the best material. ' . The Cocries desires to procure a good correspondent at Sumner. Who will consent to serve us in that capac ity? ' The laree sales of I .a Take czars fully prove their superior merits. ' For j Mrs. J. G. Bartow, of Triplett, ac-! companied by her nephew, Jos. V.j Painter, of MiddJeton, Ind., came down to KeytesviUe last Monday for a visit to Mrs. Bartow's daughter, Mrs. B. H. Smith. Mr. Painter left Mon day night for his Indiana home, but Mrs. Bartow remained until Tuesday afternoon before returning to Triplett. Chas. Blufore, col., was tried by jury in Justice J. M. DeMoss' court, in Keytesville, last Saturday for. disturb ing the peace of the public school in sub-district 2-53-18, three or four aale by S. M. White, Agee Bros. and i Hansman & Rick, KeytesviUe, Mo. Holcomb is receiving a car of Glid den & Baker perfect wire, which is the best on the market. He will sell at bottom figures for spot cash. J miles southeast of Keytesville. The trial resulted in Blufor's acquittal, al though there was strong evidence of his guilt. Capt. J. C Wallace prose cuted and I. N. Dempscy defended. the day or week at the most reasona ble rates. Special rates given to par ties attending court. Will furnish sta Lie room for a limited number of horses free. Mrs. G. M. Wilsov. Mow About Furniture? WiD you need anything this spring in the way of suites, )arIor furniture, beds, couches, springs, tables, chairs, carpets, mattings, oil cloths, window shades, rockers, folding beds or dress ers? . If. so, call on J. 1 . Moore, Key tesviUe, Mo. He will save you from 20 to 40 per cent, on anything in the furniture line. Wanted. . We will pay the highest market price in cash for poultry, eggs, hides Keytesville depot on Tuesday of each week. , Perkins & Acee. TS a well pleased enstomer, ir an old saw, Tr m it is -La9 true to-day as in the past. Oar many custo mers are continually attesting to the superior mer its of our stock of GROCERIES, TOBACCO, CIGARS, GLASSWARE, QUEENSVARE, ETC., nnd all agree that our prices, considering the qual ity of Goods, are the YEPY LOWEST Sew Qoods and New Prices. Largest line of carpets ever brought to Keytesville. Over 100 different styles to select from. Call and see them before you buy. You can save money by buying of J. P. Moore. Why not do it? Most peop!c are fond of rice.butit is generally so high that few ever use it- This obstacle is overcome, when you learn that Swain sells 25 pounds for $1.00. Chas. I .an drum, of near Salisbury, raised 5 000 pounds of tobacco bst year, which he has just shipjed. prized in hogsheads, to the Louisville, Ky., market. If the Salisbury editors ever starve to death it will not.be the fault of Uncle Pctr Ford, of near Forest Green, whose big-heartedncss induces him to frequently contribute to the larder of our Salisbury journalistic brethren. Really "UncJe Peters" generosity toward Brothers Dismukcs and Gallemore has almost made us gTcen with envy. . I have taken the advantage of the ' Hon. J. N Gipson. of Bee Branch township. Chariton Democracy's in trepid candidate for the legislature. annovnecs that he is for Hon. George I G. Vest for re-election to the office of Judge J. L. Stacy, one of the new propnetors of the Keytesville , Roller mills, has rented the Seth Singleton 4 residence , proterty, near,, the 11a d tut - church, and will move, with his family, to Keytesville in the near future. The jud;e has rented his farm to Green By bee, of Salisbury, for $550 who will take tossession on or about March 1st. Mrs. Singleton and the children are moving this week to St. Charles county whither Mr. Singleton will follow them in the no distant future. On being asked what busi nese he expected to engage in, Mr. Singleton replied that he guessed he would vegetate" awhile. . The ejectment suit of the Equitable Securities Co. against W. P.' Thomas. which was among ' the civil cases on docket at the recent January term of the Salisbury circuit court, will be tried by agreement before Hon. J. M DeMoss as special judge, in Keytes viUe, to-morrow. The attorneys the case are J. A. Collet for plaintiff and .L. N. Dcmpsey for defendant The plaintiff brought suit agains Thomas for the possession of certain lands, near Eccles, we believe. t We sell Chase & Sanborn's Coffee, which has no equal, as it was awarded highest honors at the World's Fair. It is the VERY BEST, the BEST being none to good for our customers. ALL KINDS OF COUNTRYPRODUCETAKEM IN EXCHANGE. COME AliD SEE US. . . - Yours Truly, , AGEE BROS., Keytesville, Mo. - e n . 1. t i- j , United States senator. In so express- a full stock, so I can do any one good ... . uij iu uuc iui uis iviiMuucnu, ana is not the kind of who wants to And see me. build or repair. M. H. Holcomb. You will never know till you try them, but the Ia Takes are the best 5 ccct cigars on the market. They are old by S. M. White, Agcc llros. and loci them as Riley. Hall has done. Postmaster Chivers'country residence, 1 1 -a miles northeast of Kevtcsville. - w occupied by his son, Jo., and family, caught fire at 9:30 o'clock bst Tues. day morning and came near being de- suujvu. uauci vourraey, wno was un ror -1 1 ... 1 -1 man to betrav """S J- mvers in aoing some 1 , . Coleman Acquitted. . C. C. Coleman, the Dalton black smith, who was charged with carrying concealed weapons upon the affidavit of one M. H. Boston, had h s trial by juf- in Justice J. DeMoss' court, in Keytesville, last Saturday, the case having" been brought here on a change of venue from Justice Chas. Steiman's court,' in Bowling Green township. i"t. ; . . .. 1 nc jury wnicn iriea tne case on daturaay prompuy brought in a ver dict of not guilty. The case a3ainst Coleman seems to have been a pure piece of sjite work. He and Boston were at one time part ners, but could not get along and dis solved -partnership. Subsequently they had a difficulty, and following close .on the heels of that Boston swore out a warrant for Coleman's ar rest charging him with carrying con cealed weapons, but was unable to substantiate the charge to the satis- faction of the jury when the case came CiosDirag out SaiDe 1OF1 DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS, SHOES, CAPS, &e. HATS I mean business. Note the fol lowing prices: American Indigo Blue and White Prints, -American Shirtings, - - Arbiickle's Coffee, 5 pkgs for -Choice Green Coffee, 5 lbs for -Sugar at St. Louis Wholesale Prices. 5 c per yd. 6 c u $1.00, 1.00. A wealthy Hansman & Rick. Kcytciville, Mo. When you want the pnre article, try Kel logg's pnre, hand made sour-mash whis key J t1 r r. - m ft" .t uC m wwvr JS ui u!crc s P Krownt of Staffcnville, Iwis reaeatmanymen.inSalisbur)'.incountyt8onof Mrs Joc and wve wiia me same uuy, out it nap- brolhcr of Ms J o'Bryan. was in If r i . I n .... v . w ! itauiciicu iu co un stairs' I . t j e and discovered the fire, which was I .u:- u . in- . . i , , . , uuiiuuj j ui tjiajaiici uic result "w..i nxcuivmen ueemninz to burn live v. He u t . . , . , , It died and li..Mih r t u" . ... lwwuu "y mucn oesirea ae . . '" TTJ : r v. ... .. u,c anu Jamcs immi,s' crease in petty spite work cases and a mi JC-r vnirn inp r nmMi nri r l . rii i . . l . i i .- , ui rwc ics mc. uno nanienefi tn i lurmsnea her many Dieasant h,:ri.i.,-;n- i.v -itk - a u. - . . i " . a mm ivau iu. iiuiliril . f 1 (XISU. . great saving to the state in . criminal The Courier has been exixrcuniri something of this kind for some time, but the lady's health seems now to le improving, and -wc are therefore still in need of new subscribers, delin quents dues, job work, etc. advertising. pens to be the lady on the silver dol lar. This, cf course, doesn't apply to Salisbury's gold-bugs. One or the other of the Salisbury editors may as well prepare for a thrashtng. The Prrss-Spectator says that Mr. and Mrs. new-born babe is Democrat says it is a girl. Keytesville last Tuesday looking after a position as chief miller in the mill of Stacy & Courtney. Mr. It. has had 14 years experience, in Missouri, in the milling business txsides having i A Letter to Tillman. A great many congratulatory letters have been written to Senator B. R. Carolina, on his re- to the rescue. But for lim's helo lo. r Chivcrs thinks the house would have been destroyed. Everything was favorable for quenching the flames, which was done with slight damaee to the roof. The fire was occasioned !,v Tillman, of South a defective flue, which is often the cent 8PCch delivered in the United source of destructive conflagations. jSutcs senate, in which he made such a seaming arraignment of Iresident Cleveland and his administration. Among others who have written to the South Carolina senator was Dr. (I. i M. Dewey, of Keytesville. who mailed The first series of the Salisbury Building and Ioan association is ex pected to mature in 'two or three months, which will doubtless seem a long time to those whose s:ock is fully paid up. ' Mr. and Mrs. John M. Foley, of Salisbury, are crowing over the recent advent of a bright little blue-eyed boy at their house. Mr. and Mrs. Foley lately moved to Salisbury from Key tesville, where Mr. Foley held down a chair in Tbos. H-r Jed's tors mal parlor. worked in a mill for a number of years. weapons, found guilty and sentenced lefore coming West, to the county jail for twenty davs. The oflense of which Davis and Clark were convicted was commit- tea at a party at Chas. Akexs, col. Oor Twenty Days In JalU I-ewis Davis and John William Uark, both colored, were tried by jury in &iuire Nathan Clair's mm in Salt Creek township, last' Monday him lhe fol,owinK characteristic letter on a charce of carmn? mnrMu,w" Now is your opportunity to get goods at BED ROOK prices. Em brace it. ' , Respectfully, Keytesville Ptfo. irmma. John M. Foley's j His tther ifae him was a miller, be a boy, mhile the, dci brothers that worked at the sam: business. Grey timber wolves have been prowling around in the neighborhood of Utica, I Jvingiton county, and one night last week a farmer had a calf kill ed by a olf. Three other wolves have been seen in the same neighborhood. A wolf hunt was organized, and result ed in the killing of one brge grey tira ler she wolf by Wm. Kunyon and H'ra. Dale, jr. The hide was taken to Keytesville. Mo., Feb. iSth o6. Hon. B. R. Tuxman, Washington, D. C. Dear Sin I am 75 years old. I have for to years been walking the near Mike, on the night of the 1st of ucc' "c I7,Scncs- w,u ngmea last January. A row was kicked up ,antcrn for an ho?cst man' at the dance, and for awhile inanKUOQ1 nave ouna mm: .May was filled with clubs. up . . . you some day fill the place now occu Knies, rocks, , - . razors and pistols, but nobody was seriously hurL The w.r, however, resulted in the arrest of Davis and Clark vith the pied by the most renowned autocrat. angler and duck shooter in America. G. M. Dewey, M. D. 1 I -w resuu given above. jonn anannon. jr., of near bnannon- Besides their jail sentence Dans dale, pleaded guilty in Mayor Gilliam's and Oct' will serve out the costs in court last Saturday to the charce cf Chillicothe and sold for $1.50 to Mel : the case amounting to about $60. : drunkenness and indecently exposing reiser, a local taxiacrmisi, ana wiu oe I At the trial last Monday I X. his person on our city's streets on the stuffed and mounted. Another wolf Dcmpsey, of KeytesviUe, prosecuted night of Feb. nth, and was fined $1 hunt occurred bst Friday, but we did and John 1 bhau-hnessv. of V.h,!i and costs. Tohn is not much noorer. Inot learn with what success. 'defended. but we trust he is a great deal wiser. MILLINERY. 2. 7B' Announcement!. Mrs. C. P. Vandiver will leave for St. Louis about March 0th to mske her purchases of Spring and Surumer Millinery. The styles will be unusually pretty and attractive, this season. The changes from last season are very marked both as to colors and shapes. PC 55 : MILLINERY.