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Aclarie7iTTparatorjr As similating CcTeed cndHcSuti the 5 larudis and Dov.-ds cf IS Pircnofcs DicslionjChccrful txss and Rest-Contains neither CfcaimLMorpliine norxlsciaL ISotNaiicotic. ! 1 I A perfect nemedy for CobsC-aa- tio n. Sour S tocch .DiarrhocaJ r- I - V ncss end Loss of Si.rr.i. TacSok!e Sigrwature of new "Yqnic. if EXACT COPY Of WRAPPCB. CHARITON MAI - - ' trr.M-i.r.-wvfAJr.wil .'i-'-" ."1 ESTATE. Iiej'teHvillo, MiHHourl. WUI buy and sell or exchange lands for parties on the most rca soaible terms, and will furnish reliable iniormation as to the loca tion, improvements and quality of airy tiact of land in the county. We cow bare the following lands listed for sale, and can give you some good bargains: 1. t"4 mtm, -J mllca northwowt of KrtRvrtlto: well limrovrwi an I la EtUdk CLo nl eul UratUm: rl rS lias; ao4 all i-xs(varjr ouuxiiklia-c: srooi oretoant ol 19 tree, itanty uf cvxt water lor all purpose": eoutrk. nient to church, ecaool-oous ami pot-olw. crwa. t (anA soatH of In-lLaru Orvrro; ipol buildinc anJ fc; orcHvi of II tr- all ta a tuti ttof caltivaUoot fram tm. xV lltlo yerloct. WUI bo oKI at a tnrxxin. (VIS acrm. 8 mnm anutb of Mvrrllnr; on o the Dnt nt-wr f-r-n p Caarltnn coonly ; larr dv i! Iiiu: ana t-cX Nrn. an acjet la cu!ttYV.I'n, Um-: troa.-n run.im-? acro ern prtrtioa. l4i-oCl w on p-t of, t no farm. Will be 1 at $13 t-x a-ro; tint) ftiyen oa part (4 tlvs por-i ue nivty. 4.-43 fw of rood tl'Dbwr ln1. 1 mfl. aortaw-t ol it jicle Korc: pl.niH of ca tie 1 1 Tynr oa IXxla tract; will bo o44 cbetp. J. T-vtw t-rn. T mite oortnww-tt ol K?ytaTMe; tlac-ln cultlrUooJ " T) am? U .n.rr. Owl omf rta.l4 dar.'i:ia; tal aM noc-try out ltuis: ejnv'nlnt toeoo'l-;of pot-oJ3 v and curcn. wailMNuiai atabwua. a. KO tm, 7 tnf!m northwwut of Kry MYilt(: wvll l'.a-irxrT1. nrr ttwr" linaaJTl ou-n; all In col lira tioo; w4l fwtrod: biwtlicooii pav of tfea purcba. money. h. ?. 5M acrra. S mil uihwt of .SaIH-I bary: r1 dwelling; all tt" r i yf out ball llnr; w jl aupollrd wiloi ratwr. flrvr lira -In a; orrhard: wirtn 2 anllea pow-oni.w Cxnrfnioot Io rburrb an-t caol; all 1? Ifttvt lav. ac. 1 1-J mZI'wntrtliWjof Kryv- vtUe; orcfia Tl of a) trw. anmi d xt-l-tinjtand barn:wd wll:all p.o'jw Od wlUa guod ailwlaiHlal l'aari Your Patronage la Kespcctfullj Solicited. Call and See Ua. Office in Court bouse. EE8. N. EliliWF & G0., Managers. i x x Tim x x LADIES view it witb open-eyed urpriro and purchase with inward ant is Tac tion. :::::: It shimmers with beauty. - ISEATIJUQ - Art Cstatoue 4c ta Stamps. keati;;gwheel oa. aw SEE THAT THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF IS OK THE WRAPPER OP EVERY BOTXHiE OB' Outoria b pa ta soa-ciss WuIm eaTy. Ik La mot toll U laZk. Peat aErr aayaca U mU Jim aaytllaf; ala Ua Loa ar yraaaln that it U Jutu goai'ara' wLU umr rwyf. pea." S-a thai yea JtS (H-S-T-0-2H-A, COUNTY EXCHANGE, mmi aTl In rran; aVnt S acrw of UmtxTr; price. UJ pnr acre. cab. JfOte arm 1 l-2m!l- nau of M'MKl'm. 01 fvxnc: k1 born avl pirnty of WAtnr. Tbut U orw of tbo b4 Im in Cuoriloa ocninty. East tnrnM. Xo. . l arrra. 3 1-S mnm Mnathwnnt ot M sodon. a nrt-cl farm vlto a no lvo-rto-T Uvalliajt 'itb ai nrmw. larrr fraoM bnrn XI x H fi ana ail noMtry out building ' Ttn lTruTivm-i are all nrw and trrapiefi. Nice rourur orctuinl ot 1U trrv- a n-i all klrlt of fruit. Thnr- ph-m1 Itvtiwr wrll nixl otw wlnl mill. iracr. in culUva tioa. balance of Vxrrn m irra'w. T- bo jl3 at ouca. Thin Iji a bannii. tj.w acrw. mMr iKrthwwt of Ky- tMvtll.?: i. acr-a In culiirAtion b il a.cr in para"; nrvl 3 room ttw.il i livcbtrn 2z D J.i h-kJ ail ottior t:Ary otit iMiIlJinn. Nice ywo rnx-fvrtl of over art trr: plpri;jr ol living WAtor. Ta bo rrj ttUvxila:Uni-iiivui oa ptrt of tne parctaio nm-jr. 12 ."TTiV-aom farm 8 miln north t of Kill rury. Mo.. aU a.-r.'oi In -ni.w-ttouarki I'-toxI with th- improvM wire fcnri.'it; inI hvi Item in ciiti-att-m only ihrve ywim. Tbcrw arc 1 azn of tinrir Mn1on thin tract TUi body of Land will bo aoM at a tMrr?iln. II yu-j w.tnt a Rood tana crvil at ouoo aiKl sit Urst cnanoo at it. SOk. n TT1 2 tnll matbwaMt of Pml- rta Hill avl 9 mtl'w n M-uAat of Sal l-buryj wr-u I sprovwn'; rood Iwtory ctw4liur-bU4R. wlib C room. 3 m! w. comm'lTrly nrw; la-r Ira mo bam jritvo fart: a'toai 100 aurrwi In cultivation and lOarrmin titur: orctnrd of atut 3 acrw: i"ocrw all In frod rrpnlr. Vrry do riniote pTDivrty and H a baxxn. I1cy rl rnnoin water. Tbis tana suoa at SUj pur aru. ioj Woeata'a Superior Acataca. MJmt loot at thatr cxdaiaisd Mrs. Wallace- . t whatf asied Mr. WaUaccl 4At that ridiculoas sign: An $3o cigar lor ioc We women miy be easily deceived by bargain aJrcitise meets, but no a.'paUc lie Etc thai would ever taVe cs io. And she was so happy ovcrnit that he hadn't the cruelty to tell the $So stood for the price rxr i.eco. As Oiicl Justice Fuller, in his long robe and with his white hair, descended he senate stqs to administer the oath to President McKLn!ey, a woman, who prides herself on the number of inaug urauons she has atteedtd, said: MVho ts that liule woman coming doro . the .teps" We know of but one community n the world where dyspepsia is practical ly unVnown. and that is the Shakers of Mount Ibanon, N. Y. These good ieor!e have brcn stuchmc tiie ub?ect of digestion for more than a hundred years, and that tlcy undemand it pretty thorfxighly. is evidenced in the foresting fict Their Digestive Cor dial is the safest and best remedy in cases of indigestion that "are know of. A trial bottle can be had through ycr dmpgist for the trifling sum of io cjs. The Shaker Digestive Cordial sop plies the system with 6od already di gested, and at the same time aids the digestion of other foods. It. will al most instantly relieve the ordinary symptoms of indigestion, and no suf ferer needs to be told what these are. Laxol is the best medicine Lx chil dren. Dortors recommend it io place of Castor Oil. Hf.re is a nice little sum in arith metic that may be studied with inter est by the consumer of coal, suar and co .Tec. It represents the annual profit of the three largest trusts in the coun try: Coal trust's profit - $71,650,000 Sugar trust's piorrt 25 000,000 Coffee trust's profit .... 10 800. coo Total annud profit. ..$115 Af 00 VeriJv trmts come, hih, V e must have 'em, it seems as thr - The lcst Sdve in the world Cuts. IlruUes, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands. Chilblains. Corns, and aD Skin Ixuptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refuoded. Price 35 cents per box. For sale by W. C Gaston. "What president went to Washing ton in disguise?" has been a "catch' q'lestion in history, the answer being Lincoln. Cut the answer should now, be revised ami made to read Cleve land, lie went to Washington dis guised as a Democrat, when he really was a full blown Republican of the most malignant type. Centra lia Ccur irr. Rector faTl. rrrniar arUnet r tbe twveH. t wt tata or Inflame. Nit all ts tt ctt gailim la rrWt roodKtm. Try Ibm. 3S llaaaiia anty ay C 1. 1Um4 A Oa, Unoll, A yuEER th rg happened a few evenings ago to a pair of Salisbury lovers. They were in the act of bid ding each other good right when the bough of a tree fell between them without touching cither of them. That could not hare happened in Kcrtes ville unless the bough had been very small. RIP-A-NS The modem stand 3rd 1 annl iledi cine : Cures v the aawaawBwaa common evcry-day; His of humanity. a u xn a o a z o Dr. Symctj. Johnson's definition cf rats is as follows: A species ol grain which is cateo by people in Scot land and by .hcttesi England. Whem President McKinley said in his message to congress the other da that we are "Iwito ring money to meet the ordinary outlays incident upon even aa ecoioraical administration o the government," he mast hive for gotten for a time t'e aggregate ot the appropriations rnid by the coareii which had a IJourne 1 lees than a fort night before. They amounted, ac cording to Chairman Cannon's state ment, to a!out $r6.ooo 000 more thar those of any previou? confess, anJ estimating the present population a? 72,000,000, the toUl is $7.16 to even man, woman and child in the land During the first ten years of th f res ent century the cost of maintaining tht government was $1.39 per capita, from 1S50 to 1S60 it was $1.91. and during the war it reached only $4.25 per capita. To say that an expcnt of $7.16 per capita is an "cconomica and prud-nt administration' is putting a strong tax on public credulity a1 well as making a heavy drair on tht pockets of those who pay the price Kansas City Star. Whex you are suffering fiom Ca tarrh or Cold in the head you want re lief right away. Only 10 cents is re quired to test it. Ask your druggls: for the trial size of FJv Cream Balm, or buy the 50c s'zo. We mail it ELY DROS., 56 Warren St, N. V. City. I was afflicted with catarrh last autumn. Djrin; the month of Octo ber I could neither taste nor smell and could hear but little. I2y's Cream Halm cured it Marcus Geo. Shautz. Rohway, N. J. The only original surviving Artec has probably been found in New Mex ico. In blasting to dear the way for bath houses st Tres Piedras a shot broke through into an underground cave of great sue and beauty. ' In one of the inner recesses an old man with snow white hair was found, surround ed by rode implements of peace and war, and vessels filled with relics of past and forgotten ages. He was warlike and kept the explorers out o his inner chambers, which are filled with specimens of Aztec life. CASTORIA Pot Infants and Children. TV Raw at xll Crura A rosTAL card that required 15 years to travel 99 miles breaks the record tor slow postal delivery. It was ma?ed in Leicester, England, in June, 1891, and has just been receiv ed in Iondon. The address was plainly written on the card and no one knows where it his bren i!l this time. It is, or should be, tne highest aim of every merchant to please his cus tomers; and that the wide-awake drug firm of NT eycrs & Eshleman, Sterling. III., is doing so, is proven by the fol lowing, from Mr. Kshleman: "In my sixteen years experience in the drug business I have never seen or sold or tried a medicine that gave as good satisfaction as Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Sold by W. C Gaston, drurgist. Is rqly to the question. Is it wise for a man to deny himself and get along with a f :w hours sleep a day to do more work? Tesla, the great elec trician, is said to have replied: "This is a great mistake, I am coovinced. A man has just so many hours to be awake, and the fe er of these he uses op each day, the more days they will last; that i, the longer he will live. I believe that a man nvght live two hun dred years if he would sleep most of the tira;. That ;s why nrgrocs often live to advanced old age, because they sleep so much. It is said that Glad stone sleeps seventeen hours every day; that is why his fa ei ties are still unimpaired in sptte ot his g-eat ag'--The proper way to economize life is to sleep every moment that is not neces sary or desirable that you should be awake. Tire Washington correspondents are writing a great deal of stuff and nonsense about how one of Mark ( lanna's daughters is stealing a march on him by proposing to marry a To ledo man without waiting for the Ohio senator's formal consent There will be no serious objections. The old roan is simply playing 'possum. IoaftohtA. r-t 4 m And MfssSssn a ca at Prom VtM Journal it D!tw? cf (ha rplntl cord and ncrross prostrttion, was wLat tte docton called It tt Ir. t," Unu r.em Tayley, of Xo. 721 Ilarrwca jtrtwt, Io iia, iliclu, Eald ycfUrdy to a ra ;ortcr, 'rx:t it was not lonj Lcfore every nrza and ru ember cf nsy body vas aiTcctcd. Tlicro ya a cuntlnuooa Lcalln cl tliej-Itof ny tloraatli, rry head acbed on ontil I lKo!it I atoald fpow infanc. I f.ltaa if I wi aniothprirff at my leys trooll lcocie vcik: tht I Lad to drop when I felt l.'jc 5pl!a cocice on. Ai f r eleen, ttat was out vf the qacOion, exorpt Utile cut naps, for ia idJition to ths feelings I have aitfmpted to iwcrihe, I hot nearali.-L and for six raonUii I kept retting worse and worse, and at last as confined to my bed in October, lSOt 1 bave nearly always thonrLt it vm ! rrirre, um a nau," ira. lapier continued. rlrpe. ' 4 .....,-1. .. - 1 d gey bo. but whatever it vm it Lept cw!tin worre and wow. especiauy bt bxad and nerves, and I tlK3it I aJtouii dia, but I drapjed ca a wretthed exib-tence nzCil a!xnt one year ao, wWn, while I was reading the Detnit Jour nal aad &irnae Wecllj, I saw a Ion? ac count of a ainiilar case to my own bein cured by tbe usecf Dr. Williams I'ink Pills fr lale People. I made op my mind to try thosa pfllt, and to prorored a auppjy ana be,Tn taking them according to directions. My exprriiee has been most happy. My heart's action is normal, my back and spine gave toe very little trouble, all neural- Ee and rhenmatio pains have left me. I ive no headache, whatever, and after the 2tsHJ3 at ths IJjmJ. Aug. J. Bogel, the leading drug'nst of Shreveport, La., says: "Dr. King's New Discovery is the only thing that cures my cough, and it is the best sel ler I have. J. F. Campbell, mer chant of Safford Ariz., writes: "Dr. King's New Discovery is all that is aaimea tor in it never; tans, ana is a sure cure for Consumption, Coughs add Colds. I can not say enough for its merits." Dr. King's New Discov ery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds is not an experiment. It has been tried for a quarter of a century. and today stands at the head. It never disappoints. Free trial bottles at W. C Gaston's drug store. Cuban independence is now said t be certainly in sight Spain, fin in dally bankrupt, can no longer sustain thi tremendous drain in men an 1 money the war has produced. Negotiations it is said, will shortly b: prop 33 ;1 to the United States looking to the ab in 1 onment of the war. This cai oaly bt done through the acknowledge it o the absolute independence of Caba Humanity will rejoice should the re port prove true, for a more iahum in and senseless contest his not bee.) waged in modern times. We hope the day is not far distant wh:a the in dependent flig of a free people shil! wave over every government in the western hemisphere. The free at mosphen: of the two Anaerias caa no much longer nourish Ih: seasdei pomp aad tvrany of royalty. I desire to attest to the merits o Oiamjerlain's Cxi;1! R-mJ as on? of the mjst valutb'e aad eliJent pre parations on the market. It broke an exceedingly dm eroui" o i'i for mj in 2i hours, xud in gratitude therefor I desire to inform you that I will nevei be without it, aid yoa shou'.d fee proud of the high estee.n in which our Remedies are held by people in eoeiU- It is the one remedy among ten thojimd. Success to it O. R. Doa'Ney. Eli tor Dimocrati Aloion In J. For sale by W. C Gaston, drunAst A N'cw 'poisu n industry is reported at Orient L- L, where it is said that some boys operate a po33UTi farm oa thrifty prinp'ci, trapp-n the aotmils and cutting o:T small portions of their tails, which they present to the couoty authorities, gettiag a bounty of thirty five cents for each tail. The pojsu.xi ; are then liberated and allowed to run until wanted, when they are i ecaptured to part with yet more of the caudal appendage. 1 lie narrative does not end with the tail. When that is gone - it is said that the sections yield a total of $1.75 the youths dispatch the animals, sell the pelt and roast the meat Electric Bitten. Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for any season, but perhaps more gen erally needed when the languid, ex hausted feeling prevails, when the liver is torpid and klugish and the need of a tonic and alternative is felt A prompt use ot this medicine has often averted long and perhaps fatal bilious fevers. No medicine will act more surdy in counteracting and freeing the system from the malarial poison. Headache, Indigestion. Constipation Dizziness yield to Electric Bitters. coc. and $i oo per bottle at W. C J GastOD& drug store. 153 Tiaeaj Wd 1 U.C3 Delro-Z, JHcX, j hell ttrvt I tzCered my lLa ly corsariscn is now iino ncaves. 'I cannot sr.y too rach ia pra'sft of Tink Pills. You n:ay vie ful tlie :.! i:tory lau ruae of Lich yon are capalJe," i'.r. Tp jcy hMl to the rcjorl r, "tnJ I v.ill rndoro it. 1 have never tired of rccctin:i'idin3 lh pLUs to my neichbora, and my si.;;cr vriio it a school teacher, and Liad a serious tine witJi her nerves aad suUenJ frora Jons cf memory, et my rrertion is frkir? Dr. Wiliiams' Pink Tills and is Ltitg rapidly cured. Ecad oyer wl.at you have wriitcn," Mrs. Taplcy rcqnested. and after listeninj atten tively to what she had dictated, 6aid: I caa sign that statement with the prealcst pleasure," and when the hut rcma;k was entered the lady signed Ler name to tLe re porter's notes thus : (Signed) Mes. Eosa Tapltt, 72t ITarrison Street, Ion ia, llich- Dr. TTillliiaa' Pink Pills contain, ia a con densed form, all the elements necessary to give new life and richness to the blood and restore shattered nerves. They are also a Epecifie for troubles peculiar to females, such, as suppressions, irregularities and all forms of weakness. They build tip the blood, and rtnre the glow cf health to pale and callow checks. In men they eCect a radical euro la all cases arising from mental worry, over work or excesses cf whatever nature. Pink Pills are sold ia boxes (never in looe bulk) at 60 cents a box or sir boxes for $2.50, and may be had of all dragrnsts, or direct by mail by addcessiDg Dr. Win-lams' iledicine Com pany, Schenectady. Y. Ths Missouri Whist Association , We learn that an association for the purpose ot furthering interest in whist is about to be formed at Moberly oa April and, 1897 Of late years the game of whist has developed in this country to such an extent as to baiHe comparison when Europe and the other civilized coun tries are considered. The United States now possesses, by reason of careful study and the contests which have been had under the auspices of the American whist league, the finest players in the world. This league is the national association and is com posed of 160 clubs, having a member ship of more than 22,000 whist play ers. Every city of prominence hs one or more clubs belonging to this league. 1 he clubs meet annually dur ing the early suaaner. Tae last meeting was held at the Oriental ho tel, Manhattan Beach, Brooklyn, with over 500 players gathered fro.n the Pacific slope, Mississippi valley, aol the East and South represented nearly . one hundred club3 at this congress-: The second congress will be held at tv... : t r .1 t.: - T..1.. next, and an even larger attendant' than was had at Brooklyn is already assured. The league and every club therein thoroughly deprecates playing for money or stakes of any kind, and it is part of its creed that such is rigidly prohibited. Tae object is to turth er the develop nent of the scieice ot whist Ths New England s:a:es, New fereey, Iniiani, I).ra, Teaaesje, California. Oregon, Washington, Mich igan and Ohio, have already ia op eration successful state associations which have the sajae object in view. St Lou"i3 ha3 already o.Terel a haaisome trophy t be dj.nited to the association and which is to be con tested for by teami of four. at Mober ly. We are aiised that Kansas City will also oJer a trophy. These trophies will be contested for by the club which will coustitu:e the association and will be hell b the A-inners subject to such rules as the association may, at its m;e:mg adopt The railroads of this state hajve agreed to issue round-trip . tickets at. reduced rates to delegates attending the meeting . All organized whist clubs of this state and all and any whist players in this state are urged to be present A club can send as many delegates as it wishes. Contests for teani3 of lour, for pairs and individual contests are oa ths program me. ' Letters rece:ved from various cities in the state indi cate that the attendance will be large and that the movement will not only be a success, but. that Missouri will' take her proper rank among her sister states in her advocacy ot the fhst and and highest of social games. . ''Nothing can come between us now, said he. as they sat very close together on the sofa. She said noih- : i -i t .u 1 the truih. Li;2a ri"