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I . K GHARW8H GQUR1&R. KKYTESVII.LE.- M1SSOU1U. Kawrvd at lb lxt-Oncl K-ru"l'. Mo. , . Mood-cU mtur. CKt Guhri'ke Mills r.d Tyscan ri"U ojncondnf c are Veft cut lhr t-tl, to fcitcuct tf our crirj to jress a t!.iv earlier than usual, ar.d they Iul rxit reach us in l:r.v. Mcrifs. R. W. Cooper, ere cf MIv aU poccl ciuitcs. anil J. L. Ih-c, 3aian Grove uhlostjie driest, arc :.cw rerschrs 1 the Oiffcim. DavM V.isat. f five nule south cf "Keilesvic. s'numl mmst'f on cur sutjscrp'.ion lAs WcdncscSay to iMarch :h. 1S9S. Thanis. IV.V.o, Ceo. W. Mclwur, of five n3csrorlh rU of town, to !?-. ih'ih. 1S37. Mis 12'z.ihcth Hill, who is now vis iting fncncH at San Francisco. rites Lack to Kntcsville heme folks that California's climate is as baJmy in JDerember as Missouri's May, and that Hovers arc blooming there in rich pro The A. O. U. lodge at Kcytcs tulc will elect new officers for the en suing year on Tuesday night cl next wrctlc. The presence of c ery member of the lodge is earnestly desired- Fol lowing the election of officers rcficsh roetts mill be served. John C. MacWox, of near Cartel), 'who is one of the Coltukr's appre ciative readers, deposited $1 with us last Tuesday to renew his subscription to Jan- 22. 1S9S. Mr. Maddox is one of tmr subscTi!crs who never allows lili subscription to get in arrears. The ladies of the Method;! church say that they misinformed the CoUfciKt, Ly ruUtakc. last week as to the net amount of money, cleared st their church fair on the iCth inst. for the Let fit of the parsonage fund. The ret proceeds were 116 bstead of $135- Miss Iaici'e Hill, one of KrytcsviHe estimable young ladies, mho U sliced t2 school at Mntint Vernon sc-.ninary at Washinton.Il. C, ni'. c hide her Vlid.y vacation Lttwicn relatives at Ocrmantoirn. Pa., a vjml of P.i'- adeljihia. and her broir.t. I"ia:;k W. ill Near Vorli Ci: v. Rev. D. V. Price, of Lristol, Tetn , the Methodist evangelist who held such a successful meeting here almost a year ago, preached two excellent scimors in the circuit "court room at the Court house bst Sunday morning and Sen- day tight, and was greeted by large! : . 1 1 congregations ax i)'.a tr.e moinmauu: evetirg service. Kev. liicc has many warm friends in Kcytesville, while he U in loc with the Kcytesville people generally. We never knew a minister h could j reach abler sermons than Ucv. Piicc with as lia'e seeming ci'.-rt. Ord? ere out anrnuncing the np pr.cil.ir.,; r.v;-J:.i?i cf lr. C V. NV man cif Norn in. Ok., and Mis I jvcrii A. Ci f..r.n. c f l-ri-n i l at the itsi- dcrrc cf the trjdcs parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. I- C'.i'.bm, at hi-h noon on Wednesday, lc 30th. iS)6. Y.'t Inow nothing 01 tlic to-be bridegroom lurther t'n that whicJi rccommci ds hir.i to our gooJ crininn in his having been chosen by Miss Ivcnia as her liege lord. We are, however, well acquainted with t!2c prospective brido. She is a young lady cf many graces c( both head and heart, and is number cu among Chariton county's vcrsati'c school rna'ms. Messrs. A. 1". Tooy and M. A "PmiSiT rtr ?r.Lca out l.v C. M. lcW cv. fr.. r.od I. I. Ward Ilv-!v ri- l tt . . 1 The roival meeting at Adams ch.ijH.1. five miles northeast of Kcytc vi'.le, conducted by Kev. S. W. John son. of the M. K. church. South, closec List Fridny nig'it, after having contin ued tor five weeks. There were 3c conversions and to additions to the Methodist kxk at that rv'acc. Th other 20 converts will cast their lot with other denominations. lies id ti the 30 converts, the church membtr generally were awakened to a mc. zcaltu worship of the blccd M:etei and a much more cordial Chritiar. feeling toward one another. Tie mcvtirg was a g'orious one, and I.'ro. Johnson arl those who sr DiihfulK ass;tl him have every reason to fee gtat:f:td over tlic result. II. I). lrnns!cttcr. of O.icro. i tlic guet d I.i.s ribUr, Mr. James A. Snyder, and will remain urtil at'tir th holidays. Mr. lonstcttir is anen ployc of the Chicago : Alton Kail a Co.. and in 1.90 met with a hni'. antdent such as but few railroud nn have c.i-r survived to rtlJt:. Whit braking cn a freight train cm the C x A. milroad in the year r.an.ed Mr llr?.n:-;ct:cr fi'.l. htnl foremiM. fn-n the !; c f a car and was rendtrevl u: run't iu- from the fit! cr f:t m I.-."r.- sTr.n k by a 1 rak.-N am, wh' !i r hi:n to t!:e tr.ttr if the tr. k. .-.r..! t! . . , r . . . . . jbf i'v. i:. :-:.r l.i-.i r'v ti t!. t T My fv)- a coo;i hur.t. I it it t rr.. cd out, to l.c a .vj'ving z'.'i'.rt p;u it . it.f ;t i: .;.s ;;r.d icu-r;.! s. bltM t. i sai l thit Ir. and M.ircc'!;: c cj'dn't ; sni;c" m tJ.e fure n: v eve n if j I.-jt.Ty zKhcriT I - A lcy were to unci it in it act: 1 .:..:j.J to M r.v.:r.ts. In 1 ) v v ; t icr.'y L.st ?Ic-:i'!iv I'.y h k :. ! t'.c i.i "ere M t .0 s'. te in t-.c c:-. JndgcJn. White, cxecf Ilahr.:, gim', n-.thc panic; l.a- b-o county's Lvcl-her.d,d coi. v 4 .ul Oi,v:t'cd :a th, ( h.r cr,:r.r? . :r , . 1 .1 . . .. tJt ccHi:t tr.o or three years ;: judges, bcr.orc I the ( j i t: k m.h a 1 x' .1 . 1 n ... , 1- .. i.ocf them, J. II. Fi:iier. IiihIl- fi ;;. 1.1 hlv r.pjTcMatcd ca.I v.l.ikr in Kt-y-j ... ,.,, 1 ., , ,' f l a-. rr.cnt Cii his fine amlms!. ar.u;;i:.: ; : to srjrncthirg c. r $ ;.S. and Ildj.ir IoMos. ti.v tevi'.Iv lat U eJno.ul.iy. li e 1 -uill mke fir.a' setdenunt v.'.tli t .w ; r 1 .t ) t-T i.attv. e , . . ( I, it r, ; hfi'i-'hi t' KcytCjviilc bv Mr. I'-d rn tr.Ttr c f d e e.taro cf I. 11. Ut ;e, , , . . . t- i . . . J a:id i.ndc arru::"r':it.:.ti ti riv l.i- deceased, at the nct IJ r: ary Kri.i. . 4 j fi Trul cotj. amoiiiun to n!oi:: IV? Wi;t (. :t!!:id:..-. Ir r.ury yt .113 ? 3 in l.u: rct to d.iy. Ic!-: a rc-kion of S dt Creek town !... n itrrudto Mcbcrly Mc fitlay r.i.'r.t. scM bis firm, and will, we :r k-r :.i?k I' jy 1 very prrpcily said t!i:.t move t CViit. I t:t we did r.U Y:a In d,r Si ni;T I -.r. j s.y's iihnir.i t :.,: w'-iit p-.it of th-' bvnkcje t ie l e v..:i r.i shtriTthat rr.o guilty m.m esfa;. t-kc ir bis nvJor.c: in-r t.i vl. vt-1 i o ti ;i!Ttr wh.-.t nay he 1.2-i rare. ul :. cation he intends to i'.-,-;e. Tf ; ' r j-rvvioi s con lition cf sirvi:i !o. C?t;"Kir.x I.t;v.-s thit be r.r.y be aM to redceiii t!ut state from iu present' T!:c rur:i n for .1 r. v t:Ld in t!.t Kci'd.:i jn ti.rah!o:n ar.tl pnanindy r l c f gc Wat-c n, :.n agt r.t Sc.t j lar.t her c n the side of rmk-nbUtl the ();to C.as rji-iuc C.. cf l'o.ladc! Dcro xacy. At all events, we arc agaaf. J o.ics bu.hr.c'.Ut al.. oi ccr.ndcnt that Mr. Cuthridgc wi.l cn- r.ear Keylcstilic. was argued btt. n ler his earned imlividtul protest Ju- w- w- V.xkUt last Mer.d y against Ohio's cut Uin canievl by tnd ris i.ud in the femi:ing of the the Republicans agils- j motion for a new tibl. h' ! was ask- I ml lur by dikndanti attorneys. I. X. TIc rcp!csin s:t cJ A. J. W.:kin-; IVaipsey ana Cjj. O. F. Sn.th. T.i tm vs. Cor.stab!e F. M. Vcitch. in case as tried at the last October tern vhich the p'aintiffw'iil seek to recover of circuit court, and jnaictiff wx two ponies from the c'eJlndant, will awarded a verdict lor the sum of $?oc come up for trial in Jxic c J. M. IV and interest amounting to about $7 Hoss' court next Monday. The The plaintiff claimed to Ivavc advance' fxnics in cjucstion are the ones that that amount of mon;y for the defend Tonstab!c Vcatdi recently leitl on act, James lluihncll, in bis purchase for the purpose of selling to satisfy a cf an Otto gas engine. The defend judgment awarded Uracic WiJlinn ants attorney s will take an apjteal fiom agxinst her stepbrother, Claude W'lb Julge Kuckcr's deasioa of list Mon linson, for the sum of $5, an account day to the Kansas Gty court of ap f which was qifen in the last issue cf peals. The grounds ujon which the the Coi'Rirjt. Ths 1 Jarnt'uT in next defendants appeal from the dccLion i Tdoncby's replevin suit will sct u; the tlie lower court arc those of lraud daim that the ponies are bis. and tiut alleging that Watson misrepresented Jbe bought thcra from hs 50a, Caude. the cnue to c fondant, Jaaies Mcdiciaal ratoe to a bottto of IIood Sana- I3rfH Una hi any ouW prrrwmioM. Mora tn !' mitilml. more care tiS.ru. nvre eil"tr liirtirml la IU iua:ita-tclure. It wU tb prorrirtnr and the dcaUr lYIora tnt it tr: t?ws ronviror Int, at Le frt rore iW for W tnnncj. TJI Sro rtiratsve po-rr Is vn-ml by it rn?7ar rnraiiiation. proportion ntt r"cc. w h.'ch mike it if nti.tr ta ilv-lf. Mcro I are rmployrt and more "tjnr oo- rupirl in IL l-i! oratnry ttian any other. r!oro o'l,rriil mn-i rCrrted ami ri:ret. t ntri aU rrfn-p.rtl thin hy an) hHht. r.lcro sil'4 tii'tf ii.eivite jrar ly j-ar ar r-irtt. I tlni.i;iM. r.toro i'r,;' r taC'ti- iiivhI'4 Knrpir'IU !'!.!' til 1 t.ii ntln-r. utMl xru arc r.lorO "1 Mn'iK ri.Mit D.nUt bs pirn uy jou MtuuM uxe Sarsaparilia Th- One Trie T.UwkI ritrincr. ft per bottle. . , ' .,f enm all IJver III ami llCXJCl S FllIS Sck UcaOaclie. ascents. r.Uihndl. Tlie attorneys for plaintiff are Messrs. Crawley & Son and Ed. T. Miller. Oar OJJ Clothes Heard From. listw cck the editor of the Courier made a humiliating observation to the effect that he was, through financial necessity, comf clled to wear last win ter's co.hcs, but th-t a goxl many of his dc'.in jucnt subscribers were dressed in nice new suits some of whom oc cupied front seals at church, too. We don't know whether Milton J. Oldham, an old Chariton county boy. who by his own unaided efforts has obtained a good education, mastered the mysteries cf Clackbtone, and is now enjoying a lucrative practice as an at torney in Kansas City, attends church ami occupies a front seat in his new clothes or not, but we do know that Mi'.tV heart uas touc hed by what we had to say alout our oM clothes, our delinquents' new clothes and front seats it church last wctk, and that oil pme strings were loosened, as the .oKoiitg will thow l.AN-Vk c itv. Ho . Ixc. J8. CC 'Zr. C. V. Vi.d.v.r. K-tnvIlU :o.: Df au Six : I noticed in the last issue of the Cot ai: tht Je cthtc r of thjl paper vas sti.l ve.trinr last winttr's clothes 3 I am lke a chi nany oilier subscrib es, in not caring if t!e ed;tr docs car cM clothes thry are good i.vr.'gh 1. r cciors. If my memory erfi ri;;i.t. t!.c mi-ior of the Cou r k I c.k- I r io T3 clothes than y 1 :.kt Vis.il. but as it apj-e.irs n : ho i lr.: i n bavirg a new t-u'n, I cttv. i !. 51 r. ! ry M-bsc pti.n. btt ' ; i. t r. .! t'.o c lit. r ot thi . ' C r l Xlc i or.c fo r.v.v. v cry I y. J. O: i:r w:. ?;.!.:. f. ! :i ' . 1 1 c :. v. c:' 'ilar.a.'! Y,his i!:...':. : n t;vw divort'e k:w : ! . rnr vi.h Col. J'l n T. Cnrp. t ! ivl '..! t .!:. f..r is irtroduction r !... tv:i m-s- - n cl t,c Mei.;j- .'O Ti i- ': wiil ic v.;!;K:oi ie t!e v :'! ! .1'! ri! o' s- ciirirg d:voce? - VI ' . :. ?!'; to i..t: m ;' clitrcts .j 'i ; .;. rt;:i.' r; 1 iiiutn the p.ut:cs li- i i.! ; (iit'wh-d " An stt t piovide or t! e .'j 1" r tt. n?. ly the court, cl ,ii r.!!irr.iv tf ti- f- rd :i r. dii-ici suit .1 df c: tsc sts'.c. srvl to fx hi it h.i. al:ia-ly Mf.iTtd the 3J provs !' Jr.'.'i.vi 1 .::rit: and Slc'Vir. Itj rt: .vft.'."s 1. h ivrvv.:,: imiiwrri' n h th ;!.t" i.n.'..;l ; to ;t; j..r. r rritis !.:... 1 r di c'ir.cs. totwake x . . . t '. f. i the j:c';:e of the i-.t-.tt n vI..!i the r.iU:c is pending. in : :m cf v;.niim. shill, as moii as the dove fails tomctcihis knowledge. .j m i;tt a coi.vKtvr.t a::crncy to c!c !e:'.d ;hefu t. :n bvluifof the s'atr, who .h-ll have the imo au:l-c rity to pre wire fr. ami make a defense, as if .-mJoyed by the defendant, and he diali be allow cvl by the cturt a reason ble fee 1' r his services, to lc puid be orc any final decrte sJiall be entered ;n the case; and it' paid by the success ful party to the suit, such party, on the order cf the court, shall have an exe cution a1111 ike other party for the amount so paid, and the court shall rc ct the cause for trial, at the same term, or ctntinue it to tle ensuing term at the recuest of the attorney so ap;oir.tcd, ia order t?ut he may have an opportunity Ur the dtfcr.se; btt only one such (cremptory continuance sliatl le granted. ard theToiter con tiruances in said cause sliall be grant ed onW as in ether causer. fie Gext President will be a Republican, bnt wbat most concerns the peo ple in ami nar Key tesville at present is to know where the can get the best bargains in Dry G oods. Dresn Goods, Trimmings, Boots and Shoes, Notions, Gonts' Furnishings, liadies' Furnishings, Carpets and Rugs, Hats and Caps, Etc, Everybody knows, or ought to know if they don't, that we carry the most rzr r K4 in these lines and we are to day selling more and better goods .r marm-rv Less IVlone than ever before. An inspection of our stock and prices will convince you that what we say is true. Our goods are all first-class and are guaranteed to be just as represented, but we want to put special stress upon our line of Glesecke Boots end Slioes, which have few equals and no superiors. Special Inducements Offered to Spot Casii Customers. y J V v 'n 1 T UUh 1 V. Anderson, Manager. J leyftal, Iff I NEC .. T. -1- - - - ' - ' I-- '- -.- S ' " V. -?... v. . t-t! V .qi i 10 :-PIlOPl 1 1 ETO 1 1 OF 1 pnirpi mr ft ? i r s J f-i ? v : ; e H ? 'a rL v ti H G J A W S. 3 S 3 S line Qz&y Casli oleosa m the CoistVc I c: Hero inn ngu'm with Il.iriains tiiit wiii make friends of cms- f tomrrs and enemies of competitors. Sec prices : 1 U 1 1 iu . .-- n Nocily i resj (I:jc..cl i Z ii"'i!.ir rZ I I-iilics Cloth -i Marnhes'cr D.inas-e I!ro- . ret; 3 c aues. . . 4 J 13 rmr xxmsKSBza es Wool Serge 30c pr.a., (.uriliirovs 1.. I Domestic Indian Head 5C 0 3 1 J L'li 3 "a LOW DOWN FOIL CASH. HATS AND GAPS A Largs Lot for Less Than Cost. G-ROCBB1ES. 5 rounds ArhucklcCofiee. .fi.co 5 Pounds Coffee, Guatemala i.oo 18 Pounds Granulated Sugar$r. oo 20 Pounds Extra C Sugar. . . . 1.00 Do no fo to come and see me. I Yours Traty, COOK.