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C T. TAH nm.Zd.kBd Pro. KBYTES V DLK, - MIFSOUIII Entered t the Vt.. aa rVxd-OtSccat SV-ytaaviUt. cotd-cla tter. order Jounty Notes. tstallishing.- HOWAID, Tk n n Glasgow. ch be Cic rcpre itral crilegc in the or o occur in .Kansas diy ext. Therj n a ' steam tamciry I W. H.T-rnn? sentative of Ce: toncal corrtc t 1 December 4.1b 1 The Glasg 3W Jurovr;' 1 eports a. Howard cocnt) nirmod 'ikit went hunting one ay last week and bagged four cjuails an 1 1 wo wpiirrds. A burly ro narmd I'aitm way laid a hali'-itt nan Bear Fjette the hi it h:rn almost into m- au e be claimed the $5 and would tot pay Thomas J. Giuldio sod Mus Daisv rcmberton, loth of Slater. A silver man in Carroll do is re-1 llense Kid, a younj negro, is tin-1 mart hues. ported to have refused to purchase der arrest for stealing a nice double ydlow corn because some ooe told breas'ed coat from the clothes line at Kim it i ii standard c irn. He the dvc works in Mobcrlr. mmht hire known that brth 5 price. .- .,1 P1- J00 Bunbury, aged 76 ' " .uuvungo,, tc and Mrs Mary F. Wilson, both of Mrs. Jo Odcll. of Tina, undertook to largest of the kind doing business in MArsha1. The bridegroom was a -aI-lead a cow to water. The o w being Motcrly. made an assignment last jFphan in vrrw thirOv started ?to run and the week. W. A. Wiifhthrm" th idimff. ... - J . - 1 0 line Mexican war. rope caught in the woman s ic t Brow- jim , IamnJcrJt a hair-wittcd boy ing her down. She was draF gtd quite whh hU ncar- Hunt$. a distance, bruising bcr body fearfully. Ecar the f ailraad trackt WM thougr. she was not aangerouay nun. While S. Ii. Cascbofc, of lfcWitt. was endeavoring to remove a cap from a loaded shot-gun shell at went cT ac- - run over bv a train and killed instantlv crookedness. 1 - 4 on the 13th inst. The preliminary trial of Luster IIVI.SGSTON. C S. Farrell. wanted at Shelbina for was arrested at QuXicothe last week. lhere is talk of the Eurlington sys tem changing its machine shops from DrookficU to Chillicothe, says the Tribune. Earl P. lkH is under arrest in Chil licothe, charged with stealing a bp other day and sensibility bet man owed him him. of Taycfce ere -urging on there to scU'c the If they -can. get their brethren io agree to hey will gel the tlum, figioa is .going mr. in urch, fct 1 ayettc, . of 11. Sbirpc is pastor. being dose by.l.ev.a;)tCTCj in hunt The thieves took away a number of Jake grabbed his shot-gun in time to ogeusxoi reaitfc w- Tbcttrangcr was evidently fond of I gold rings watches, etc, and $4 in fire at Ona just as he was hurriedly The negroes a primary electi posto5ce fight, white McKinlcy this they think t sure. A Tcviral of rt the Methodist el which Rev. T. The preaching is Mcintosh, an eva ct. from the soud A few weeks ag a, fanner of tht missed four sacks ed the thief to whe in L'ocnvillc and He was a colored : 3J.-vno. The large barn . f Ira Darby. Jr.,'! living near Estill, wt vrday morning of lx with so cn mules, a , ble grain, harness, etc the farm hands cLn match when going a Iced and that it but they returned to the hi fast. C C Tradlcy of Ft tc lockca a thief in his store on IU rlay when he closed the business fur d t day. Tue thf( h.id arreted hiinscll l:hind sonc odentally. The shot aH went into the lon' cnargcu wun notoing up a floor, but the concussxx knocked his ly onc n'Sh Molietly last week, hand lack agaicst a chair and tore the resulted in his Uing held lor tho grand flesh on the back of the hand open. jY n a l f 55- ... , . . , w ir r?..n.i w-:??: untneirwayirom sokk, one oay ... "- robe from the buggy of Howard Iilc last wxek a counle of CarroUton boys blacksmith in Mobcrly. recently be-1 . . stopped in a stable loft and indulged Qnie violently insane and armed him- !n a Ki;in, math. while thus wh and pistol. He Frank Koehley, of Rich ILH tovrn- i cn-accd fell oct of the lofc to the floor nSd t a mob was after hira 'P. a young man without means, was ..-. ..... . 1 -1 1 i r 1 .1 1 anu inai 11 was cocccaicu in the garret j "CUJcu jdhdc uy uie prooaie court of his house. I lis wife became alarm-1 of Livingston county, and ordered cd and? sent for a policeman, who sue- 5001 to e asylum at St. Joseph. C4.-cded by a ruse ia disarming Guild and then put him in the holdover. SuIsc;i3entJy he has been treated for brain Lvcr and ii getting better. i Ik. low, ooe of theru being slightly hurt hue the other crackctl the bone of Liis ankle and had to call in a doctor. J. X. Carson, of DcWitt, went out Lunting the other day. He had killed e'ght raLbils and two squirrels, which lccaroc burdensome to carry, and not wishing to be bothered wilh them dur ing the remainder of the hi'nt, asked a 4tr anger with a wagon and team, going in toe d'urcction of town, to take then and leave them at one of the stoi?s. The siranger readily consent ed and Carsoo continued his hunt, but he never came up with the game he SAUXE. A. Ii Stewart, a cliant of Marshall, made dry goods mcr- Mrs. Polly Limine, who died last week, was one of the first settlers of Livingston county. She was the mother of 1 5 children, the grandmoth er of 49, and the great-crandmothcr ofl 27. She moved to that county when it was inhabited by Indians. an assign- made trustee. Ona liimh for nlivinor nT-?rrr roent last wetk. C L. Harncr was U. . . ' . . . 0 1 loui mroucn anomcr man s winnow into a room where Jake Smith and his M. I. Kerr s drugstore, at Gilliam, wife were peacctclly domiciled in Chil- was burclarized on Saturday ninht. I Hcothe 'ramr npar lnmrr t; i;r. -id w j I ------ v ww j a w I fz. lfi I I H will Atgc table Preparation fcr As slEiflating iljcrocdandncgula ling the Smnartw andl3ov-cls cf Promotes Digcslion.Chccrf ill ness ana Kcsi.toniains nciuxr OpiuciIorptunc norrliiicraL IotNaiicotic. JimdUIUSJit- A perfect ncmedy forConstioa- lion. Sour Stonuch.Diarrhoca. onns .Comaasions .Feverish qsss end Loss of Sleep. Tac Simile Signature cf IEW "YORK. SEE THAT THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF- IS OIT THE WRAPPER OP EVSBY BOTTLE OW EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER, ii Cartoria la pnt tp ia onisa iottlci ctlr. It Is net sold la b!k. Doa't sHott aiTcce to sell a$ good " and " will enswer everj pai 33 Poe." See list Toa S-A-S-T-0.2-I-A. 3 oH. M. Ctxancclkr, r Toward botton, of clover. lie trat- rc he hadold thcci had hiru arrested . can named Chas. a burned .on Sat t week, together ' lorsc, ooniidcra- . It is suipotcd pcd a lighted 1:0 the barn to ced slowly until i.i.c for bzcak- game, and kqt the rabbits and squir rels for his own use. MARK tAGXS. Noni'. Frazcr and Miss MuiLa Jane M. WUtlcr. bod cf Mandavillc neigh borhood. Miss Ucssic Calvir Stewart and Rca, of Vashinton township. Arthur W. Tritx and Miss Lyrd lroiSiiuu, botli of ncar UxiworLa. pennies. ro clue to the robbers. Ed Craddock. of Marshall, is a col orcd man. though he and all his boys arc Democrats. He hasa Democratic! son at Jefferson City who will ask for a minor position in the lower house cf the legislative. Prof. A. V. Oaddcck principal of the Keytcsvillc colored school, b a chip cflT the same block. going over a back fence into an alley. Ona, it seems, had been there before, and had at one time caused a separa tion between Smith and his wife. bmiih. swore out a warrant next day for Iamb's arrest, charging him with trespass, but he had left for parts unknown. CHARITON COUNTY ESTATE EXCHANGE, MVCOS. Corn gall.crcrs about NicLcltcn re port the crof of good quality and a laritc isJd. n.c larnai'd contents lc!ongirg to young George Gates, of Cailao town- shiji. were destroyed by fire on the cf the ith inbt. Insurance Ixjss rmch licavier. N'car KcLon cn Tuesday of last week John Reno lost h:s life by the back is turned. bursting of an engine. He owned a portable saw w":!l and was moing it to another site and was acting as engi neer. One of the hands called his at tention to the Iomt stage of the water in the loilcr whereupon he began to fill Sprays of TbouzhL A barking dog wi:i bite when your The "foes of man's household" are Us evil passions. IftWcan be no shadow without substance, no effect without a cause. oytesville, Missouri. Will buy and sell or exchange lands for parties on the most rea sonable terms, and will furnish reliable information as to the loca tion, improvements and quality of any tract of land .n the countv. We now have the following lands listed for sale, and czn give you some good bargains: When you would speak Ll of an- . . 1 it nun ctJid water Iv means of a hose other, reflect upon whom the effect No. ni--tit lulcs of hav. Iktwcta iinc and tea ! The 1 5th annual convention cf the o'clock the thief turned 01 the electric J Sunday-sdiool v orVcrs of Mac on liht and was helping t t;sclf whea county, was held l Macon on Tues- discovered bv a custorx t, but he I day Xtl Wetlr.es 'Ja r of last week. hastily oncned the back di it and cs- J There was a full ttutidancc and a caped before being caught- jprofiuLL; meeting. A shooting scrape occurrcu. at the J Dr. Thomas W. Lee 1. of Macon, aieTo dive near the depot hi layette J ded on tie 14th insL, aivd 62 years. Saturday r.izht ia which- sexrnJ shots I He had been a resident of Macon 1. were fired, but no one was' hurt. I since 1S65, was born in lloonc county v )ther negToes mace an assxuir upon 1 ana racuccu ms proicsic 11 in aicxi jib Iage because of his haing voted I co and Glasgow before snoing to Ma the Democratic ticket. The xcc in-1 con. tokrant pccile are the negroes when ' they get cross Uh their own uce. If . .V-.n rvmrrfT lf.iTP thr war (lVD SouLh wanted a brutal oversotx the Tle District Si hoot e same of a rooctl ly journal devoted to the in wiui a causeil trur cxr1osion. Reno s head was blow n completely off, and ptetxs ci sku'.l and hra'ns were scat- tcred alout for several yarJs. Several other men were :!ar.dinf about but cone of them were hurt. Col. GuIkt Ixc?" who is one of the stacchest Democrats in the country, and who spends a considerable or tion of each year in Texas, stepped in the V. & M. Uuk last Wednesday morning to transact some business, 1 .re. r.t wmi) a.i oiucer cm i.m: oar.K snovcu a copy of the 7are- Dctnarat at him. The first page of the paper was alive with ptctcres of roosters that seemed splitting their throats crowing for Mc Kmlcv. Vlaik Hanna claimed Texas 1-VA orrtMi. 6 -2 miles northwest of KcyUmville; -veil improved and in htrfi stnte of cultivation: kxh1 dwel ling and all ncefwary outlmiidluKs; r d orcham t Ty trtren. Plenty of frooil rater for ail puqKwes; couvo. nicut to chur:h, bcbuol-house and n iaj noi spcaK III ot another before I 2--W acre. 2 mii nrtIth of Inrtlan iimvc; Kyi uuuaiuKn and will fall. his frund; he will resent it as sonal affront. per- Do not waste money to punish your enemies, it is like sacrificing a friend for a foe. A friend is always your friend. The sunshine develops hira, tlx? storm tests his strength. Silence is the secret cf all growth. Nature invites us to observe her laws. We go to one class of friends to get sympathy, to another class of friends to borrow money. Sorrow and sin make mankind nearer our kin and in this thought the nf hI-Ji vii Miilishfil in Marn lie surest way to get one was to Wlnt . . . CWalkw, It - V a . a 1 .tL. u I " - ' cue ax ms slaves 10 oversee uk isjic. V1ARRIACES. AViH .farkland, cf Armstrong, and liss Sai!ie Crigler, of Fayette. Tames J). Mitchell and Miss Dora ttin, tih of Moniteau township. Mr. Douglas, of Hoone county, ad iss Comciius, of Howard county. Paul Pipes and Mrs. Stem mens. of Mootfau township. among the &tates that had declared for t crests cf education, the initial number I the gold standard. What Col. Lon?'s thoughts were we cannot say, but hel narro"rest bearl expands. left the bank not feeling the best in the I The man who would use a is a creditable issue and wia doubtless I world. On Saturday he came to town I to catch a fish, would use a be productive of much good to the I again, when he learned that Texas had I catch a larger one (a whale) " fence: orchard of 4) tre-jn. all ia a hivh statrn! cultivation; frnTV? barn. JI x VI f.ct; title perfect. Will be told ntahanraln. i a. 3. acn-, h njik-a south of Mancellnr; rrv? of tho fineit tocX forms in Ciharifm county; liir;eOwcl!ricarid riock lrn. SWacjes in cii!f .v.iti.n. t alancc In blue Krn-s pnstii.x and timber; strejun running acro.vs cs.u--m xrtiun. lo?t-oCle.; on ;,rt of tho frin. Will Le mia at Vi p-r acre; time ri ven on part of the pur chase money. "Ko. t. 40 acres ot rod timber lan. 2 miles norUivoxt -of Mu.sclc Frit; plenty of good tietimbcron thU tract; u ill tie hold tbfiin. powerful I 5 Sa-nxre farwi. 7 mllea northwest ot ij miT, iiu in vuiiiaiiuii ; 20 im'rra thuler. Good comfortable dir.'lIInK nd all iieeetiry out buteH; convenient tofichol-houe. fst-omre and church. Will be aold nta banptin. No. C 100 acres, 7 miles northwe.ot of Key. ! 11le; well Improved, new dwel lirifi and rood barn; all la cultiv.i t'iii; weit fenced; time Kivcn on par ! the purchase money. No.. T. S3T aero. & miles uthweAt of Salli b ary; rod dwelling; all nixessarj o-it buitdias; wll nupplied wjti widor, fine lH-arinj orchard; wltj,li 2 X2i!eM,?ost-oClce. Convenient tl church nr. J rohcfiS; r.;i ood land. No. 8. SO ae. 2 1-? ir.!!p? north-srest of Keyter - vl'le; orvl:r.i of U' trw-H, jrord tiwel lin.T and P.i.-n : ;o..'I veil : all enclcs ed i-it'i ;:;i. i substantial fences; most ail in Kr;.; a!xut 3 acres oX tlinlx-r; price, jx-r acre, cah. No. 9. ICO acres 1 1-2 milv e&st of Mcndon. ( tiood luiiisv. ! I am f.nl plenty cf --;itvr. " isis i-. c:j. ( i tlie best farm i.t cLatitou couciy. Easy terms. N'o. 1() TI p..-re, 2 1-2 n!!; -3 FGUthvrnst ot Mendon. a lln-.t- :.-:v in:i with a n--r tvio-stcry ilweirnj; vlth six r riu-.. l.-'.re f.T.?He !.: Z'.x'.i leet and all ;i-.res:--irj- our lui:dinRS. The I:!:1- -ovrriu tit are .11 new and couipiv-te. Nice younn orchard of in trcc aad rll hi;id.? of Hiuall fruits. Tln-e: i,i ii ,-in: welis and o;i i v.irnl mill. acre in cultiva tion, balanrc of f.iriii In grass. To be sold at cneo. This is a bargain. No. 11. !0 ncrrs, s miles north'vrest of Key tesvi!!' : i: a r In c'Jltivtlon bal ance in ;;s dure; .-foj 3 room dwell 1ns; bn:n :'!j'3 fe--t and all other neecs-sary out building. Nice youni? or.-harJ of over 200 trees; plenty of living water. To le nold at a b-irsrain; liui? :iven on part of the purchase money. No. 12. 5T-acre farm 8 mile northeast of Salisbury, Mo.. OX) acres in cultiva tion and iVneed with the improved w ire fencing r.r.ii has been In culti vation only ihnw years. There are 16 acres of timber land on this tract. This Ioy of land v.-f 11 be wold at a bargain. If you want a good farm enll at once and et flrst chance at It. minnow fiah to teaching fraternity especially, school jiatxons generally. and to I gone for liryan by more than 100,000 fcjtrWton 1 a CAKJtOU. Three tramps who were working on rock pile at CarroHton made k for liberty and got away. Warrants were issued last week in for three boys charged with g into a cellar and stealing ap- ie canning lactory at Pioroorne As been torn down and the lumber Wld. The institution did not pay the company. I Partners in the mill at Hale could riot agree and neither would boy the tocher out. The sheriff sold the miS Ts iVm f ..k TV-it tnr C Ann The fricr.ds of the late Captain irds. who lived for several years in iton county, are soliciting hiswid- to make application for the post of ;cc at DcWIit. 1 1 xocn: Char r T.T J r . . ftcver urair votir frienn infr vnnr majority. In passing a certain gro- nwn OM!lrT . - . ' , . i ;wu n uu umuk Huni a coop them your enemies, of very proud looking roosters. A whl'drpy tnougnt struck lum. Ilel "fcvfc tAjn iwicimcn bought the earnest looking one of the l0 minnows as bait for larger fish, to Oit Cash, of Marccline, ilvJr;f ; livrrv team anil 1 iiiTrrw Hrkficld. accompanied by a drom- lot, got a card and wrote the following -p ora meir nets, mcr, happened to a painful acddecL 00 ltz 'l'roud bird of the Ixe Star If men took corresponding care to The .neck yoke broke wlile descending ncvcr tucks hIs tail nor runs." save thar earnings as they do to dc- a hill. When the bug ran on to the uttinS a "bbon through the card and vise plans 6f spending, most men could horses they took frigU. the buggy I -"2 around the rooster's neck, he I stop work at forty-five. dropped into a ditch and threw the Km DP 10 U1C oaDK -"'aais nome. occunants out. nurtins the drummer Wnen hc wcnt to dinner he caught hulKttle Ltit rh" receive! xl had Pn" vcrv rapidly Salimt Citizen. hurt in the back. Your Patronage is Respectfully Solicited. (Jail and See Vs. Office in Court-house. 6E8. K. E'hM0W& (58., Managere. i MARRIAGES. J. A. Perry and Miss Nellie O. Wil son, both of Linneus. Charles M. Iaryster and Miss Sadie Dozer, both of Linneus. Awarded Highest Hooors World' Fair. There are as many pbns for doing good as evil. Improve those for good and let those for evil die for want of use. FANDOLTIf. Mrs. Mary E. Welch, 87 Tears old, died in Mobcrly last week. Chas. Evans, of Randolph county, the present state mine inspector, is an applicant for reappointment. On Monday and Tuesday of last wetk there was a chicken show in FiHH CHDISiX BEFEBEHCE BOOK. plxtMocrractM) tor nen and wwaea wbe ro -Tiod wlq may farm of nrinui dLwiu IwslUr to UMtir ex. error of youth, ooatagfr bopd twn Mail stamps, to par postaM. tC da lem&lng apoeUIIat. pbvBlcUas la till oomtrr. nt 1IATTTAVJ v- f. cry. u uearnora il tor. jLaadolph, CMcajo, IU. MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Cnre Cream of Tartar Powder. Free ktx me 19 in sc., uus Meneiee, a farmer near Milan, attempted to mur der his wife by cutting her throat with a razor. She succeeded in wresting it rrom him, bet she is now lying at death's door as a result of her injuries. She says he has often threatened her, and she was afraid of hi.u. lie fled I after the crime, but was captured near Mobcrly that was a credit to the poul-1 from Arranocia, Alum or any other adulterant. linneus, his former home, and is be- try raisers of that region, 40 Years the Standard, icg given a trdinxnary trial. gj LADIES 0, view it with open-eyed Bnipiise and purchase with inward eatisfac-tion. 22M ()(g) It shimmers ith beauty. Art Cetaloi J 4x la Stamps. . keati:;g"vvheel co.f