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Wo. Collet, of Long's Mill, was in our town a short time on Tuesday. II. R. Collet has been in Keytesville for a couple of weeks attending court. Mrs. Zclla Winn, of Salisbury, is at present visiting her sister, Mrs. Fred McCurry, of this place. Col. Graham is doing some very artistic paper-hanging at the residence of C N. Green this week. Mrs. Fannie Ramsey began a term crhool at the Downer chcol-housc on Monday. Mrs. W. P. Davis was on the sick list for a few days this week, but is re ported to be convalescent at this time. A. C Yocum and Mr. Dcnjamin, of Salisbury, were among us on Monday talking jolitics and trading horses. Geo. W. Winslovr, of Salisbury, was in our town on Tuesday looking after the interests of the Home Insurance company. Mr. Joslvn, of Trenton, Mo., was in our neighborhood last week and while -n rmnloved to teach the Thomas school. Grant Route, of Marccline, spent a couple of days in our town this week visitins his uncles, Messrs. E. D. and F. E. Dodge. . . Thos. J lfeaton. one of Salisbury's voung men of pedagogue persuasion, was in our vicinity a few days bst vcek looking for a school. FJrr.cr Kragcr. formerly agent for the Eacle nursery, of Nevada. Mo., made a delivery of fruit trees at this place during the first part of the week. . Disn: On Sunday evening after a'hnef Alness. Rav. infant son of Peter m m.l Gertie Krazcr. We extend mw mm mm J our sympathies to the bereaved par ents. Dr. J. D. Rcdmon. Salisbury's popular vctciinary surgeon, passed the first of the week serenade. The liuvun v v w- - I m tht- firm of Mr. Palmer, used consisted north of Igonda, wheic he has juite a lot of work to do. Joshua Hepworth. living northeast ias of town, was hurt iuite severely on are re;ortcd sick. Monday. While standing m front of a young mule to keep it from running away the mule reared and struck him on the head and shoulder with its front feet, rendering him unconscious for some time. Samrash Suggetu The river is falling at this writing. We had a much-needed rain Tues day night. Jeff Fleming is very low with con sumption. Doss lieeler made a business trip to Keytesville last Tuesday evening. Master Joe Elliott, of New Frank fort, spent Sunday with Willie Doyle. The friends of Mrs. II. F. Karnes will be clad to learn that she is im- proving. Miss Annie Hayward, of Rockford, is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. John Goll. Felix I .anger, the Rockford mer chant, has gone South on a prospect ing tour, also George Ilcntley, of near Rockford. Mr. and Mrs. Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Uill Knox, of Iicthcl, were the irucsts of Mr. and Mrs. 15. F. Karnes, Fridav. Darin- the four-foot rise we had last week, the ferryboat lost its flat- loat and several skifts were sunk alon the river. W. II. Norvcll, of Slater, came to the river Friday to cross, but was prevented by the wind- and spent the night with II. F. llarncs. Markikd: Mr. Gcorcc Hatcher and Miss Katie Yager were married Anril 7th. at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Yager, in How arc! county. Mr. and Mrs. Hatcher were accompanied to their home in Missouri township by her brother. brininz with him many household comforts, presented to the bride by her i.arcnts. We extend to the bride and groom our heartiest con gratulations. We wish them a long ami li.ii.iiv life without a rinule of dis-lrun what is known . . . . rord to mar their present and future I ham farm, a few happiness. They were greeted on the I place. evening of their arrival ith a hearty musical instruments of tin pans, old buckets, pistols and shot-guns. Hamden Happening. The Oral Grange had a love feast at their hall at Hamden bst Saturday. Miss Ilelle Lightfoot, of Musselfork, visited her sister, Mrs. Lou Tillotson, last Saturday. Miss Annie Hise, of Bynumville, visited her cousin. Master John Brew er, the first of the week. I). E. McCurry and Ed Miller or ganized a C L. society at Lagonda last Sunday with 23 members Misses Pauline and I.ora Ray, of Westville, were, in these parts last week looking for school's. The recent rains were a great benefit to the wheat and -lastures, but will put back plowing for corn for a few days Misses Nellie HiscandLou Kragcr, of llynumville, were the guests of the formers aunt, Mrs. W. G. Brewer, last Saturday. D. Ernest McCurry and his sister. Miss Alma, attended the exhibition at Westville Fridav eveninc. and were the guests of Miss Rose Penrod. Miss Erne Barney, of the Salisbury arademv. visited home folks, near Echo, last Sunday, being on the look out for a school. e wish her suc cess. W. H. Lizhtfoot is now the owner of a 'bike," and the only thing now that Bui k is worried about is how to change the thing to "a bicycle built for two." Dolp. Penrod, the jovial musician of Westville, closed a class m music at this place last Saturday. We hope he will soon organize another class in our midst. Fred Sportsman, an N. M. I. stu dent, has concluded to farm this sea son, and has returned home and will as the Dick Old miles west of this Indian drove Items. Little Miss Annie Hershey is quite sick. John Tietjon's baby boy has been sick for the past week. Look out for a wedding in our little "burg'' in the near future. Several of our people are attending court at Keytesville this week. , C I). Barnes little 6-months-old child is not expected to live at this writing. Stoner gave a quilting There were eleven election on Tuesday, Zillman was elected the place of Wm Proceedings of the County Board of Equalization, of Charlton Coun ty, Missouri, for the Year 1896. Mrs. M. () last Thursday, ladies present. At our school April 7th, Dr. director to take Arp. Albert Morgan has sold his farm, consisting of 100 acres and lying 31-2 miles northeast of here, to a Mr Minich, of near Triplett. Considera-1 tion, $2,800. An agent for a combined farming implement was in this vicinity the first of last week. It was a harrow, corn cultivator, stalk-cutter, wheat and oats drill, all combined, for $80. Miss Lillie Crossland, who returned from Maryvillc, Mo., some two weeks ago where she had been attending school, has begun teaching a class in instrumental music, west of the Grove. Among other things at the school election it was voted upon whether the district should be divided to form part of a new district to be made from parts of the Woods, dian Grove districts, in any of the districts but we believe those The County Board of Equalization, of Charlton County. Missouri, met in session. pursuant to law, with all of the members present. The Board elected L. II. Herring, Chairman. Ordered by the Board that the valuation of the following described real estate be chanRed for the year KB, as follows, to-wit: Description. From To 50-100 a no cor c 1-2 sw. Sec 13, Twp 53. K 19 $1000 S TOO S3xl25 ft sw corDalton's w Reserve 1055 700 N pt Dalton's w Reserve 790 500 Lot 9 in blk 20. town of Dalton 10 a ne se Sec 5. Twp 52, It 16 120a wl-2&sesc" 5 52 10 40 a ne "5 52 17 lanecornene 4 52 17 )ael-2sw 5 52 17 O a w 1-2 -' "5 32 "17 Blocks 37. 3H. 30. 40 & e & s pt blk tl City of Keytesville N pt blk 112. City of Keytesville... 25 ft w side lot 3 & 25 ft c & w by 20 ft n s in nw cor lot, in block 1 Cityof Keytesville Pt lot tin blk 21. City of Brunswick 21 1-2 ft w side lot 4. in blk it. City of Brunswick Lots ID & 20 in blk is. Town of Sum ner 21 3-4 ft n side lot 9 in blk 32. City of Salisbury Lot 17 in blk is. Town of Mendon.. Lot 6 in blk 39. City of Salisbury.. Lot Z ic 44 2-3 ft w side lot 4 in blk 4. City of Keytesville i Lot H in blk 3. Heading's Sub-liv. City of Keytesville 100 a sc Sec 13, Twp 54, R 21 iOanenw 11 is V)acl-2s 11 5210 20 a w pt ue sw 12 52 Is 20 ae pt uw sw 12 52 is 660 500 1000 200 350 NX) 400 1250 150 21-0 0000 3000 1150 2000 5iW 1JS00 400 3U0 700 75 200 bin) 200 1000 75 2O0 6400 2500 1500 3100 1000 1700 3000 2500 Pollard and In It did not carry except Pollard, interested in it Miss Mary ville, put in winter school no stranger Salisbury Scibbllngs. I'rockman and Chas. Canote Lagonda Lore. Our town is tranquil aftcr c ccr" tion. Wicn went its full length for Dcmi-sey. Ur.c'e John" Ramsey called in the doctor this morning. Our Sunday-schools are well attend ed and harmonious. w. wonl.I have referred J. N! Gipson as representative. p.v W.ilLiri nreached at the lTesbyterian church Sunday last to full house. The Y. P. S. C L was at the Presbyterian church with mcra'ers by McCurry and Miller, Hamden. organized 3 of Some of our enterprising citien have built new smooth wire fences and racks ior hitching horses- P. Hockin and J. Davis were foremost in the good work for the Presbyterian church. J. D. Sharp and Story Sui.rmers represented Pee Pranch in the Repub lican convention on the nth at Key ille. We think the bovs will do all they can for the g. o. p. Some of our candidates for school and ounty orhecs arc "sick unto death," but they should bide their time and remember that it is hard to ect to the "public crib" by the straight and narrow way. Eccles Echoes. News scarce this week. Eorx: To the mifc of John Parks, of near Pee Dee. a 1 1 -pound boy. Chas. Epperly visited friends and in krniolth cour.tv last Sat urday and Sunday. Miss Ada Cox left Sunday to at .Annl in the Parks district of IWiJVft which W. Ik Clark is teacher. tt-nn? Cox is very sick at this All oar schools arc preparing for commencement. Wm. IaGrass has been on the sick list for several days. A new restaurant and bakery is be ing ojencd in the Moore building. Our mineral well is the talk of the m, . . 1 . town. "Drink ana live is me mono. Clark & Son have sold their fire in suranre business to Cooper & Dunn. Inward Williams, of the North Side, is suffering from a sprained ankle. Geo lltttnnn, Jr., who was shot in the leg sonic time ago, is getting along slowly, but is thought to be improving. A. W. Johnson went to Monroe county Tuesday to attend the burial of a h.ilf brother vtho dronned dead at Hannibal Sunday last. J. G. Gallemorc left Tuesday for the Sedalia convention. I "he other two (Iclerates here. Dr. Clements and A. o W. Johnson, were unable to attend. Dr. Welch and Oscar Weiler left for Karopc Saturday, the former sto ping over at Paris, Mo., for a dav. Mrs. Welch accompanied the doctor as far as Paris. A general cleaning up of streets aEcvs, front ards and other places where dirt congregates with refuse and trcK rnr ntv an lnmnroveu ai- s J a ft a jiearance. Clean up, everybody. School Notice. Notice is hereby given that the board of directors of the Dalton public schools will hold a meetiug on Saturday, Mavjnd. 1S06. for the iunosc of . , . - , . electing one teacher for the white and one for the colored school. Teachers desiring to apply for either of said schools must file their applications to gether with their certificate with the clerk of the board of directors on or be fore the above date. Josr.pH Miles, Clerk. Rutherford, of Hunts her application for our last week. Miss Mary is w ith us having taught a successful school at the IJrewer school house last winter. In the last issue of the Salisbury Dtimxrat wc noticed the statement that Salisbury township had gained 70 Democratic votes since the last elec tion, leaving the impression that the silver issue was gaining ground in Chariton county. This may be true, but we make the statement and that with out fear of contradiction that had it not been for the display of so many 1 6 to 1 silver dollars, and the free distribution of whiskey at the polls such would not have been the case. (live us a gold standard and an elec tion, whether state or national, free from red liuuor and the free use of money. will appeal it to the commissioner. Dalton Dots. Roscll, the candy drummer, is in town. Eli Hansen, of Omaha, Neb., is here on a visit to his parents for a short time. J. E. Gordon is putting a new roof on one of his dwelling houses. Jesse says it makes him lonesome looking at the moon through the roof at night. The old town board are engaged in straightening up the old looks, and it now looks like Dalton was going to be town run on business principles in uture. bo mote it be. Since the pretty weather set in peo le are flocking through here tn route to the cut-off on fishing expeditions. Iliese anglers for the finny tribe have en catching some nice croppie and bass. For Sale. I have two coming a-ycar-old Jersey heifers, which I will sell at reasonable nrice. Call at the T. T. Elliott farm. writing with the roeaslei. but we hope one.half mne east of Keytesville. to report him better next week. I j. t. Steele. mUlet seed at A.M.I Try a La-Tale 5 -cent agar. and Hickory Grove Hints. Mr. Pillie Gavin is very sick at this writing. t Hnrr. of near Brunswick, was isiting relatives here last w eek. It will soon be time for mosquitoes at ! tn herr. while we nave neas m abundance already. Mrs. Lizzie Williams has improved the looks of her premises by having her garden paled in. Miss Clara Push, one of the Hazel v .... Ridae beauties, visited her grand mother, Mrs. I order, last week. The little daughter and son of Chas. llarncs arc visiting their grand parents. Mr. and Mrs. llarnes, this week. The East Indian Grove neighbor hood is troubled with a two-legged lxvir. From all accounts it is a white bear. Mrs. William Knox has the ad van tagc of the ladies in the community a hf has her earden planted. We . 0 will know where to go to get early- garden sass next summer. The people of the Hickory Grove district elected I Emcnch for direct or. If he proves to be as good : lirertor as the one whose term has just expired, J. W. llarnes by name he will do well. Miss Georgia Harper, one of our most nonular lclles. will teach a sub- 1 scription school at Hickory Grove We advise the patrons of this district to sign to Miss Georgia, as we know her to be capable of teaching their I predict that Chariton will poll the argest Democratic vote at the general election next November of any county in Missouri. Ixokhow this crand old county showed up at the late primary election! There were not enough Re publicans left for a coriKjral's guard. and they w ill probably be in Demo cratic harness before the ides of No vember. 4 Rah for Chariton county and her big Democratic majority. Shannondale Sittings. R. II. Ford has opened a restaurant in his house recently vacated by Wm Drinkard. Miss Iora Meyers spent Sunday with home folks and attended preach ing at Asbury. Dan Cooley, of near Glasgow, dc Hveretl tobacco to the factory at this place last Tuesday. Jacob McEucn moved to a farm, near Muscle Fork, where he will work with his brother this summer. Miss Ella Meyer will give an enter tainment at the close of her school two weeks from to-day (Friday). U. F. Rickman, who has been work int in the feed mill, returned to his home in Saline county this w eek. Confederate Veteran Meeting. Notice is hereby eiven. that there 0 will be a meeting of camp No. 7 1 o United Confederate Veterans, in Key tesville, at a o'clock p. m. on Satur dav. April 2 th. 1806. fcvery mem- ber is expected to be present, as busi ness of importance is to be transacted Hv order J. G. Martin, Attest: I. A. Ecan. Commander mf w Sec'y and Treasurer. Belts! Bettsl Everything that is new and noby in that linei can be seen at- Mrs. C P. LS , Sec 700 2W 2.V) HI0 2110 200 500 000 :wo 400 100 100 300 60 400 3000 20 110 ICOO Branch Twp. increased Green Twp. in- ianw 15 52 a he pt Scotfs Survey, blk 1 5&6. TWT SI. K 17 11 a nw pt blk Ml. S2. N9. Ill & 112, sees. TWP 51. K 17 5 a Scott survey 217, Cert 93, Sec 6 7. Twp 51, K 17 Farm lands in lice i percent. Farm lauds In Bowline creased 10 Der cent. ( arm lands in urunswicK lwp, increased 30 Der cent. farm lantij in ennruon iwp. increasca u Der cent. harm lanu in iiarK i wp. increascaw per cent. Farm lands in Cockrell Twp. Increased 25 Der cent. tarm lands ini unningnam i wp. increased 40 percent. Farm lands In Keytesville Twp. Iacrca.ed 10 ter cent. Farm land In Mendon Twp. increased i percent. Farm innu. in Missouri iwp. increased is ner cent. harm lano in muasci i-orK iwp. lncreasea 43 per cent. r til ill lauua 1 1 1 rKii itui j i y. luireaxu percent. i- ami lands in bait crecKTwp. increased per cent. arm lands in lripieii iwp. increasca w per cent. farm lands in way land Twp. increased 2 per cent. r arm lands in l cllow Creek Twp. incrc&s ed 10 per cent. Lots and blocks in the City of Brunswick increased 10 per cent. ii and diockh in inec ity oi Salisbury in creased 10 percent. Lois and blocks in the city of kcyiesvuic. ncreased io per cent. Lots and blocks in the 1 own ox uaiton, in creased 10 er cent. Lots ana diocks in me I own oi l ripieii. in creased 10 percent. Lots and blocks in the Town oi sumncr. Increased 10 per cent. Lots and blocks in the Town ox Mcnaon. Increased 10 per cent. Lots and blocks in the Town oi nomvuLe. increased 10 percent. Ordered by the Board that the following real estate, uiitted by the peveral Town ship A.-5sessors, be added to the Assessment books lor the year 106, at the values oppos ite thereto, to-wit: 1 1.2 a se cor n w nc Sec 3. Twp 52, R 18 at $130 Anxbergen, Mrs. P Anderson, wm. J Anderson, Geo. B Blakey, V. C Breeze, Mrs. Eliuira , uayne, Lemuel Burnett. Elizabeth Brandt m Admr Mary Reese 409 1000-1250-ISO 515 X 350 200 BuffliiRton, B It 1S35 Bartow j u 15820 y- 32aptswse 14 65 Kael-2sw 11 53 to a sw nw 34 55 M)awl-2c 7 53 KOarw 53 40 a nc ne 33 54 50 a Ins 1-2 ne 2S 53 K)asl-2sw 8 56 Oanetiw 1H 54 Oaswsw 5 5 55 a n pt vr pt sw 2 "52 40 a nw nw 21 52 K)awl-2nw 2 52 lOaptnese 2 53 16aptsese 2 53 Lot t. block 10. 20 w .. 7 .c 19 19 " W 13 W" 17 .. 19 . 17 .. 7 . 17 IN 1 4o5 300 150 70 350 415 150 650 70 175 140 XKI JJ0 15 n 1(3 30 Benecke Louis, Botrard WJ Baler and Hayster Braun L E Utyne Parmelia Bowersmith Ella Banning T J Braun Mary Brockman Annie M ... Bruramall Lucy B Baumgartner F Blakley P W Buerger Geo Boehm Christ Baker John Burrus J J ... BurrusJ C Brummall L Don Conrad W 11 Gdn Callaham D D Clarkson and Coleman. Courtney M F Cawthhron A R Cook Martha Cook James Couch I C Clavin Thomas t age Martha Crawder K B Carter E A Cox Walter t ook Chas C Dur.n V." T Kaxuieric-lt A Egbert Annie E, TJ Martin Adm Eiirhardt Martin Ehrhardt Henry Elliott E B, Admr Elizabeth Mills.... Ellis F J.. Earle li E Floyd J P Fleetwood Mildred Fleetwood Sarah Fleetwood Clem Fleetwood Margaret F Fox Delia Finnell Richard Grissom Mrs Kate. Gunn Kate Gilchrist EH Greeu C A Green J H Hill Wm E Hyde W E Murt M L Hurst CC Holcomb Mil Hurt Emma J Hancock TJ (Sumner) Hibler James H Harmon F F Hageu Adolph Hicks Bruce Himmelbcrg Wm Higgiubotham G H HueiouJoe E Ingram Joe W Irwin W T Isle Catherine Johnston Martha A Jackson T J Jackson Elizabeth Kennedy Marian S Kennedy Marian 8, Gdn Knight T P Sr KitciienT S Karcherl homas lx Knight Edwin 5oo Knight Mrs Ollie Coo Kaiser Joe 6oo Kermlckel Jesse H - 157o Kennickel Nannie B 3ooo Kahlor Wm - 25o Knight T B 7fiG Lawhorn G W 165o Lester C M and D F Coflee .' lix Lamb Mary E Too Leon Frances - 3oo LangerFN 257 Lucas J P 31W Moore TJ (Sumner) 35o Munson Henry 8oo Minser Wm Gdn McHargue.- 2llo Moritz. Frank looo Mason Emma (Mrs W II Hayes) 445o MOabbTJ 121 Martin & Applegate 7oo Mathews Jno F 5oo Minich Sam'l 3oo McKeeWm ... 276 Maupin Mary 2oo Myers Chas 4oo Merryfleld Chas ttoo Merchann Margu looo Mowry Sam'l - 2oo Myers Lorena x Moore B J 25o McN&bbJ B 5oo Mason CB : 225 Miles Joe 4o5 Mauzcy T J and Oscar Woll 262 Mason JR - 27o Newttom W J - 2mo N'olting Henry' - 25o o'BryanXM - looo Oldham Malinda S. - - , - 55o Oldham Lizzie H. - ; 2ooo Owens W. H. - - - 45o, Overhoidt K. B ana w ul M.citciiana too 14) 1490 278 650 200 400 700 1000 800 325 300 200 looo 229 400 262 400 350 3000 3X 800 2790 MX) 700 977 16M 400 soo 1000 250 950 500 ls 1700 46oo 75o 3oo 41o 879 looo 4oo 2oo SOO IMiO 77o 227 lloo 93o 3oo 225 26o HolH 1615 3:tso 85o . 7(k 3oo 2oo 35oo tioo 3o5 2oo 21o 2oo 4oo 26o 1172 14oo 1213 :15 Too 175o 27oo 2:ck 5oo J9 X) City of Keytesville " Lots 5 i 6. block 29 Lots 1 A: 2, block 47 fiB Lots3 ic 4. block 52 " 35 50 It w hide lot 4, block 93, Cityof Keytes ville. at Lot 2. Blk 2. Kcllocu's Add. City of Key tesville. at "5 Lots 10 Sc 11. blk 2. Town of Mendon 20 Lots 4 ic5. III 14-55-20 Old Z Lots 6 & 7. in 14-55-20 260 Lts8 9 ic 10 in H-55-20 260 1 At 11 & 12 in 14-55-20 195 Lts 14 15 &16 in 14-55-20 75 LotH4 5&6in2:U55-20 to Lts 16 17 &1S In 23-55-20 " 130 Ordered by the Board that the following named persons be assessed with the amounts opposite their names, as per list filed with the Secretary of this Board: sakl list having been ommitted by the several Township As lessors for the year 139G: Applegate. L. I S 121 iuiik oi Komvuie au-i Butler .IKiastus 615 Klnir. rfM. J 6M) Lamrer. F. X 67 ordered by the Board that the.vaiuation ox horses In the following named Townships be increased as follows, to-wit: Brunswick Township 05 percent Cunningham 05 Keytesville 121-2 Mendon 25 " Mussel Fork 50 Salisbury OS Triplett " 05 Ordered by the Board that the valuation of horses In the following named Townships be decreased as follows, to-wit: Bee Branch Township, 16 2-3 per cent Bowline Green 40 Chariton 10 Yellow Creek 10 Ordered by the Board that the valuation ol mules, in the following named Townships, be Increased as follows. to:wit: Brunswick Township, 05 per cent. Clark 10 Mendon " 2" ' Missouri 50 " Mussel Fork ' 75 ' Triplett 10 ; Ordered by the Board that the valuation of mules. In the follom-lng named Townships be decreased as follows, to-wit: Bee Branch Township 15 percent. Bowling Green 331-3 Chariton 25 Wayland 10 Yel lorn-Creek 10 Ordered by the Board that the valuation of of cattle. In the following named Townships, be Increased as follows, to-wit: Bowling Green Township. 05 per cent. Cunningham 15 per cent. Missouri " 40 per cent. Mussel Fork " 30 per cent. Ordered by the Board that the personal as sessments of the following named banks be reduced as follom-s, to-wit: From To Salisbury Savings Bank S 5000 $ 3000 Bank. Peoples Bank, Salisbury Charlton to. r.xcnaugt; Brunswick ..... First Nat'l Bank. Brunswick.. Farmers' Bank of Chariton Co Keytesville Bank of Keytesville. l arniKra' Hank Of TrlDlett.. .. Bank of Mendon TOM Sumner Exchange Bank Ww Rank of Rothville 5000 41502 21901 1SHD0 33187 18034 5000 6621 112H0 19912 10820 31100 3973 4410 3000 Ordered br the Board that the assessments of the following named persons be lncreasen In the sums set opposite their names, on ac count of brokerage ommitted from their lists for the -rear 98: " -' ' lltn DIM t 1700 Anderson. Wm 1000 A. Matrin Admr Oldham w. Price E. W. Prather Jennette Porter James T. Potts Wm. percival Hannah Piatt Geo. W. Patterson Laura Patterson R. A. Palmerand McCuIIy Paxton Mrs. M. C. T. Phelps J.O. - - Perkinson Mary E. -Perklnson W. E. Prather M. A. - -PavneJ. F. - Phelps T.J. - Raikcs J. D. - - - Richardson S. G. Ray Geo. and E. C. Radley Ellen -Rosenstein Wm. Rucker L. P. -Redman M. J, Strub John - - - -Straub Lizzie - - - Smith Peter -stoner J. D. Stephenson II. -Senn A. -Susewind Wm. sneed Harrison N. sasse Caroline - - SimsJ. Hardin - - Smith wm. M. slcysterP. J. - Smart Geo. W. - - Stoner M. O. - - stoner C. C. - Snavely Peter , - . Shipp Freeland 'Mrs. E. B. Keith) smith F. K. - - - smith John Sanders Jno. W. Schrenk Jacob - statenbocker Peter. - - shannon Mrs. F. A. Smith J. R. - - Smutz Lizzie - Schmidt Jacob and II. O. Grubbs Smith James F. - - Sublett J. R. Triplett J. E. M. Thompson Carothers Sc Co. Williams E. M. - - - - Wisdom Legrand Wood Wm. - - Wegner Wm. - - Wagner Wm . ... Wood Wm. T. Woody Ida B. Williams E. M. Westenkuehler Wm Weiler A Ward P. C Waterfleld Mrs. J. M Wilhite Ellen.. 225 2(16 - 475o Too - 2715 2oo - 2oo 5oo 5oo 5oo 19oo 13oo 3oo 225 9oo 225 233 76o l?oo looo 5oo 2oo 4oo 217 614 135o 948o 23o 575 52 oo S5o 125o 5oo 95o 4oo Soo looo looo 4oo 5oo 2oo 1188 25o 2oo looo 6oo - 45o 32oo - 425 25o - 275 2oo - 384o 217 - Io5o 5o95 - 4oo av . 1175 225 800 I600 . 4 00 . 600 . 800 45o 25o Whites. M 355 Winn Wm 7oo WledeyFred 1125 Zilliman A. W 543 Ordered by the Board that the proceedings of this Board be published In the Chakiton Coi RiEK for one week. Ordered by the Board that this Board do now adjourn to meet on the fourth Monday in April 1896, as a Board of appeals. R. I. Edwards. Secretary. Swamp-Root. You can get Dr. Kjjmer's Swamp Root, the great Kidney. Liver and Bladder remedy, at J. A. Egan's City Drug Store. They are sole agents for Keytesville. Medium size, 50c. Large size, $1.00 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. Swaix, JR. Govtrand rill's. Van diver's. you will smoke do other. children.