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"Not loog trace several negro -jweachers pare out to their respective congregations appointment to meet art a certain time and place for the purpose of burying the devfl. When the appointed Ume arrived there was a large assemblage of senegamblans -present that proceeded with solemn service to transact the business for vhich they were called together. Since then the Atlanta Ccmtitution says the following ditty has been used s.t the colored carnp-meeuegs: ' "We bur1d de deil; lvl lever, bo brave! Ve bci led de devil. Hut ' aetttn oo hi grTct lie bea you kla do la As world m roun WTben 70a bury d devil. It ter hoi him downl" State W. a T. U. Convert Uoa. Great preparations are being made Xy the ctizens of CaiToKton to eater- tain the state W. C T..U. convention, -which wiD meet io that city, Sept. 28A to Oct. 1st. It is believed that the at tendance will be larger than at any TTCTxyjs convention. A splendid jrcgran has already been arranged, and a grand treat is in store for all who attend. The state superintendents will have lie day cf the a 8th a new feature and at night the members of the con tention w3 be given a welcome" by ''the citizens. Mrs. Clara Hoffman will preside at this meeting. The day sesscn cf the conTcntioo wrill be made part'cularly interesting. The evening of the 19th will be YM eight. Miss Eva Shonta cf Chicago, vriU be the principal speaker, but win be ably assisted by Mrs. Nellie Bur ger, Mas Carrie Lee Carter and exirrs- Mrs. Louis S. Rounds, president of the Illinois state W. C. T. U., will be the speaker for the 30th. She is one of the aUest of the many able speakers of the organization. Do the night of October 1st a "Di- ( arnorxT contest is promised. All the state workers will be pres rct, beside many national lecturers sad OTganuers. A Urge number of Visitors also expected, as reduced rates have been secured on the rail--aoads. Lurcae Deos an Anarchist. Eugene Debs, has become a full fiodged Anarchist. Ws actions for a a year past have indicated this dearly. It was noi believed, however, general ly, cttlil the rr.cclirg in St. I.ocis last week. ' At this netting Dibs cYivtrcd a firey speech in which he sau!: The seed of revolution was sown "bere on Monday and Tuesday by tl.c men who gathered rt Mucluc hall, and will in due time bear fruit, "Last nrht a uw I:cro:c rr.en pat in the cir; and when the showers come it wD ji"rout forth thought revclnica- k mm a a .try LiouiM. lne cniiUrca ww: no longer be taught to Lead the supp'.i coat knee at the foot of the throne cf corporate cafttal, and be content with a kick, but will lc-m to knnw what U their light; will demand it and be ever ready to enforce this demand with the arms of war. It may be that this revolution will break in upon the wold before the dawn of many days Men who speak against revolution still have h in their hearts. I have socce in my heart, and I am trying to restrain it- The supreme court of the United States is a breeder of revohi ticn, and a few more injunctions will see a'l of us walking side by side and fcghticg for the cause of humanity. I am anxious: I am ready. The lime is ripe and it is coming sure. The speaker then drilled? into s liiuJ&tlon cf the AcarcMsts who were handed at Chicago. I have Crcincntly said to rnj -wife said he, ,iha: scrae day she icfy be mourning my loss as did the widows 0! t!osc four brave men. I hate, I dc?pke the tyranny that strangled those racn. Their death bears testimony to- the barbarity ot cur civilixatioo. Tber are martyrs, and the time wiU corse when the world will pay tribute to their names and racrocries. I care notairg for ti!c opinion, it is perfectly bar bar- HI." lie aid that every mac that wik fcr vcigcs is a slave and wore th r 5liarllc3. these days of injunctions that tore peat it will send one to jalL The supreme court consists of nine sub sidized plutocrats. There is not one of them that would cot betray bis mother if pressed to it by the capital ists. Not one member of that gang respects the constitution or the declar ation of in depend en ce. Facts Which will Dampen lac Ardor o!tbe Tenderfoot. John F. Miller, ex-district attorney of Seattle, writes to a friend at Seattle, Washl, from Dawson Gty, as fellows Thcre is an enormous amount 01 wealth in this country, gold by the thousands and millions, but it 13 just as hard to acquire it here as elsew here. As elsewhere, it is in the hands of a few, while the many are hunting and searching the same old story. El Dorado and Bonanza creeks are the richest of all in this locality, and, in fact, are so far practically the only dig gins of great value, and I can say that one might just as well try to get in on Wall street in New York City. lie could do so with no more money than here. Men on these creeks value their claims at enormous figures, from $100. 000, $200,000 and $300,000 and even higher. The amount taken out bst winter may justify such valuations. but, of course, there are no purchasers. You can inform anybody and "cvery- liody intending to come here that if they expect to find gold scattered around at random or get something for nothing, they will be disappointed. WhEe it is true that the gold de posits in the locality were found al most accidently, it is not encouraging to note the (act that it is the fir at "ac cident cf the kind in thirty years searching. New diggins will doubt less be discovered from time to lime, but when and where the sages cannot ieH One in this country is quite a creature cf cu cum stances; if be chances to be in reach of a discovery. be may stand a show of obtaining a claim, bur should he be some distance away he stands no chance whatever. 1 have beo out on a 'stampede or two and staked a claim, bat the chances are there is nothing in iL Some have an idea that they wiil go out and find sococthirg. If they should stooao think that every creek, gulch and re cess has been prospected years azo by experienced miners, their cnthusi asm must lessen. The go!d in the country is from 12 to 50 ket urdct ground, and frozen ground, too; so you sec the 'ficc and wandering avo cation cf the t-rosncctcra is net an easy last;. It talcs to or three weeks cf the hni Jcct labot to sink or.e or two holes cn a crc-.k. It ii notlikc olhcr ccuatrics wheic goM is on tl.e surface. Here strLec indications count fcr nothing and all prospector' tu!cs arc worthless. One creek m-iy tc rich, whi!e another in the immediate vicinity and much more inviting tnay lc absolutely worthless. Of all creeks El Dcraio and lnina arc the most uninviting, low and marshy, covered with willows and all kinds cf under growth, but there it was found lying like gTains of corn awaiting; the eyes of man. Indeed, I may be pardoned lor again repeating that people who come here should not expect too much. Where one has become rich a thous and remain poor. My advice "is, if any one comes, bring at least a year's pro visions and enough money to pay pas sage back home. It is no place for s man to attempt to play gentleman Every one works hard, the hardest ol his life Dont let the report of the greatest amount cf gold facing out turn your head; it all came from the creeks above named, and the owners of the daims realize their position to well." StCO KewMriT, SI CO. Th rrtrn, uf thU ppr-r ill be r.l-j-wt lo).-rniUi.t ibrtoU at lrt tno d.ttdiul tlMra-a that Mn-nrn btu ablo to rutr in all U ta.t and that la Catarrh. Uall'a 4.tarTbt"UTO i I tx only tMUilva curn now k-nr k to I h-t medical fraternity. Catarrti bcia? a conlilut koil djca. miulrra a croi ItwUafial trrarnwut. Haira Ctarra Cura K takn Internally. actUvz olrrctly up m th bUHl arvl annxM surlacv oi tn vvvirra, ttrrcvy ltruTliiit ttoe nnnJatkn ot itm dtiaw. aiKi irivtxx tko patent atrrnRih by buil ltoit wp tlx cortuutta aivl ahlUic natora lu Uoln tta vrt. Tna prot-trtors bav ao ntucb tailb In It eura ttw irwT-r. ttwit tbay orh-r One Hontlrrd IkrviUkra fcr arty cn tvat It taiH to cure. Sfcrxl tvr ! r. tr-irvn ArtJr. V J. 'Jt'.Y.Y it CO , Tolctlo, O. C4S)Kt by truitt. Sc. AvNri: DKOCKUEii, a deaf mute, whose home is in Fulton, was made the victim of a cocfUcnce operator at Oakland, Cat, and arrived in Sacra mento penniless and without friends. A.J. 1 lintel obtained her puise, con- AtpttMbet of Prorwro. A grain of prudence b worth a pound of craft. Boasters arc cousins to liars. Denying a fault doubles it- Envy shoots at others and wounds herself. I ooibh car doubles danger Good teachers use gocd things by our own hands. He has worked hard who has noth ing to do. It costs more to revenge than to surer thcra. wrongs Knavery is the worst trade Learning makes a man fit company for himself. Modesty is a guard to virtcc Not to hear conscience b the way to silence it One hour today is worth two to morrow. rrood looks make foul work in fair aces. Quiet conscience is quiet sleep. Richest is he who wants least. Some faohs indulged are little thieves that let in greater ones. The boughs that bear most hang lowest. Upright walking b sure ralkirg. Virtue and lxappmtss arc mother and daughter. Wise men make more opportunities than they find. You never lose by doing a good act. Zeal without knowledge is fire with out light. Then ts Nothing So Oocd. There is nothbe just as rood as Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumption, Coughs and toius. so de mand it and do not permit the dealer to sell you some substitute. He wiD not claim there b anything better, but in order to make more proht he may claim something else to be jus? as pood. Yon want Dr. King's New Discovery because you knew it to be safe and reliable, and guaranteed to do good or money refunded. For Cou-hs. Cokls. Consumi tion ana lor all arL-ciions of Throat. Chest and Lungs, there is nothing so pood as is Dr. Kinz's New Discovery. Trial tott:e free at W. C. Gaiton's drug store. Kejular size 50 cents ar.d $1. Farm FocSbJa. The A. V, Salisbury farm, contain fe g 1 50 acres, has been placed in my hands for sale. There are 125 acres in cultivation, and two houses, three barns one cistern, one living . well, a good orchard, a pair of splendid stock scalcj and six brge feeding troughs on the premises for use in fattening cattle- The place is located only one- half mile from Echo, which affords good market for butter and eggs. Only one-half mile to school house and 2 r-2 miles to flouring mill Farm is all under fence. Terms: will take $3,000 for the place $r.2oo down, and the balance in equal annual payments running five years, deferred payments to bear eight per cent an nual interest. Call on or address, F. Bion McCurry, Salisbury, Nothing Exempt I rota Taxes. A question of much interest to every county of the state has just been decided. In Henry county a resident housekeeper with personal estate (in eluding household furniture of less value than $260, and no real estate whatever) was indebted to the county for poll taxes. The sheriff levied on and sold his only cow and calf. He sued the sheriff tor damages on the ground tliat his cow and calf and all personal property was not subject to execution because it was exempt from taxation. After a careful search and mature deliberation Carroll dismissed the suit and held that the property was subject, to execution and sale for taxes. This means that no property whatever is exempt from the payment of taxes and the judgment is far reaching in its effects. Buck Jen's Arnica Salve. The best Salve in the world for Cuts, Braises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It b guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by W. C Gaston. I ok Clod's sake," Uk'graphs an Aleskan expert, "stop the onwarJ rush cf tender feet totlic Klondlc country. Not one It n h of theue now cn the v.ay can poisibiy get over the .divide in!o the lake region. here lumber must be whipsawed and beats built. Tins season. there will be more blood cn the Chi'.coot trail than gold wi'.l wipe up and giunt want wi'.l beget murder during the lone daik winter. It has 7 become almost the duty of the govern meet to warn people away." 'ft !ew nf? i L. flByssierv. G Mrs. 0. P. Vandiver has just returned from St. Louis where she purchased a full line of Fall anil - I fir llii ,1 consisting of all the latest novelties in ShapesPlumes, Tips, Ribbons, Velvets, Orna ments, Flowers, etc., further particulars ot which will be given in my "ad." next "weeii. Respectfully, . C. P. TillTEB, JMestil. lint 33 OSS : ' " IR Y Ho to Find Out. ihc hundred yeara ao. sari ho. c were given the declaration ct j lainmg $95 saving he would buy her I ixlcpeodeccc to repeat and commit ( railroad ticket. That was the last she lo rwtnvDry. It has ccoc to pass in saw of him. J Ful a bottle or common glass with urine and let it stand twenty tour hours a sediment or settling indicates an un healthy condition of the kidneys. When urine stains linen it b evidence of kid ney trouble. Too frequent desire to urinate or pain in the back, is also convincing proor that the kidneys and bladder are ont of order. witvr to 1 xx There b comfort in the knowledge so oJtcn expressed, that I)r. Kilmer's Swamp Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relieving pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part cf the urinary passages. Ii corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it, or bad ef fects follow ipg the cse of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleas ant necessity of beirg compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate. The mikl and extraordinary cflcct of Swamp-Root is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. If you need a medicine you should have the best. Sokl by druggists, price fifty cents end one cloliar. You may have a sample bottle and pamphlet both sent free by mail. Mention the Courier and ffcryl your address to Ir. Kilmer .c Co.. l:ingharopton, N. Y. The pro- !icfrs i.f th:i paprr guarantee the: genuineness of thi3 cite: A Cure tor tiiadactio. Excellent and never failing cure for nervous headache," said an apostle cf physical culture, Ms th simple act of walking backward. Just try it some time if you have any doubt about it. I have yet to meet the person who didn't acknowledge its efficacy after a trial. Nobody has as ytt discovered or formulated a reason why such a process should bring such certain re itL Physicians say that it is probably because the reflex action of the body brings about a nflcx action of the brain, and thus dnve3 away the paia that, when induced by nervousness, is the result of too much going forward. As soon as you begin to walk back ward, however, there ccmc3 a feeling of ever) Uing being reversed and this is followed by relief. The relief is always certain and generally speedy. Ten minutes is the longest I have ever found necessary. An entry or a long narrow room makes the pbee for suit able promenade. You should walk very slowly, letting the ball of your foot touch the'flor first and then the heel, just the way, in fact that one should in theory, walk forward, but which, in practice, is so rarely done. Besides curing nervous headache there is no better way to learn to walk well and grace fully forward than the prac tice of walking backward. A half hour once a day will do wonders to ward improving the gait of any wo man." Ereting Siar. Alt ths Way From the Missouri Riv er 10 Butfalo. the Ifjftjs Rail ruaJ Operates Trains Over Its Own TtacLs. Having leased the tracks of the Grand Trunk Railway between Detroit and Suspension Lridgc, and those of the Erie R. R. from Suspension Eridgt to Buffalo, the Wabash R. R. will run its cwn trains from Kansas Gty, Oma ha, Des Moines, St Louis, Quincy. Hannibal, Keokuk and Chicago to BuHalo, being the only road from Missouri and Mississippi river points having its own line and trains running into Buffalo. Through cars from Kan sas City, St. Louis ai.d Chicago to Bugalo without change. ORDER OF PUBLICATION. In the Probate Court or Chariton County, Mhtaouri. August, 31st. 1S97. atlmlnifitrator of ttieelateof Alcy Franklin. deceased, and prcaenu bis petition to the Curt. praxins lor an order lor lne Mle oi ro much of the real estate cl Raid deewsed aa will par and satisfy the remaining debts due by tid estate, and yet nnpxid. fur want of Hiimcientap-.ctK. aeccmtnied by a true ac count of hi aciminUirtVion. and a li-t of dobts due t& and ly I!m dt-crn.-t-d. and rc iruiininif unpaid, iuid an invintnry cf t ie rv-U relate, and ot it.e reiaainin personal estate -with Us rpraised value, ar.d ell ottu r asMotf In his hands, the bf.iC verified by afU.l.wit the Mid That. E. Mackny. On cxaniiuaMrin ms hc-rrtif, it Ij ordered that all iht!iii fnterpMed In ire cxlntc of ihe Ksnd itrecA'w-d. be tiolK'ii.d ttit Kpplicatiin : ai'e-ii Iv.vn nuie. and ui.l'-.-i the tvntniry J.fu-n ca or before Ihe first day of the next rcculur irrrj of the irolte t out r,t Charlton f ounty. to hi Sicld in ti e Oinrt -H' j-". n iie iowii nf Ktyu-h v'.i'.e, i:i sp.is! muiity. wi t(- uMisr.'l M null in --?it: r. A . 1 . !:;. m;a?er ni!l fe n-.a'le for Ihf ! oi tl? v Jh-.ct r r tii'ich of tht; rJ.! ftKl t'i vr.Ul dfafd. ;t 'will lr MJiiirhTU fur i-.r y.nyr.wnl oi ijiM i -it?; r i. il i- f'i- m r irtl!'rr.d, th-t tlii or l4- lx; pt:t!i Iic'i in some r.ev;npor in ?ild County i'r f.-vur necks ln.;ore tlio taid tcim of this A tru - erny of f.iM ord--r. ArrJwv WitMvs. ll. c. Miiiter, Jndneard ,U'VM.I r. - V'clo ClrV of eaJd C-urt. f ' ii'-'I'-rH-: h-ird art1 -al of tuud foiirt, nt olUtx-tUi.s fata tav f.t p( 'mticr, A. 1 , r. U C. .MlNTtR, J-J;;e and nx-cflicio Cict ic ot . ruuute n d -4 tfS-ifw' Ills Ii'mtore fell, repnttr artioa vt Vto LutveU. da nt irri tate or Inflame, bnt leave all the dnlimo netii or- fmalms la rrfr-t rw.-vtltm. Trv tbn. 5 emt& XTvfaxuX ocUy by C L. Uuod A Col, LavcII. ft! P TRUSTEE'S SALE. WhercM, William L Sutton,' unmarried. ber23ih, ls. aDd tiled fnr record In the of fice of the Recorder of Deeds of Chariton County. Missouri. at the City of KeytesvUle. on the2Ctii day of preinef, 1W3, and re cordf'd in Book 10 at i npe 47j oi said re:ordi. conveyed to John C 1I&U, trustee, the fol lowintjdeeeritTd rriJ c.late situated In the County of Chariton and Htate ol MIksouH. i to-v:t: Tl'e aoutheaM nua'-trr oiihe outh Jeast quarter ci twi'.n lcntv-jour 2). township fifty-six noitu mve ei?h Hcn I'M, west 5 J. M. in trust toreeure pa n?eit of a c- rtr.in T.f -t n:ori; .ire Ixnd in saiJ dcrd of u.-.-c. I.,. j. -Svid d.d cf trust provi::s t:iU in et.-e ny r ite accru Ihk iiiir'i t on Vl''J :-.ri'.-r.ft bond ia i not rid within twenty f r ;t r the same 1 isb;e, he vijiiJc oi.-.-iUt i-.i rr.orictigc bond rir.v, at t-ie tf.ti'ia i j-.,: j r tLexeof. be dC';Ir d iir MOd l-2y.;!.! t r-.l ' A-i-i -wt'-c as. ti t- ir:- rrt jcAp. 111st. i i.; rvijn lii.ti UL'Jji; is Ciore th'-n t vority (avr r. t r T.ci i'ucl!y on- p .!.. K-r.J f l tts to c'r t".i'- in.i;iy:;.-;. bona on-e. :. '. Tl:.-rrV.j p. wl av..: ity cf 0 i q:.l f t:i ; i. .. . ; tbat I will c:i vi't- ycl:' of said v- ijl i nyuLIe at fly tivc uoiicc- Tl.ursdi'.v. tl:e i tth rnv cJ Cic'.nhrr REifruciXS proclaim the wave cf prosperity. Stocks have risen in value, wheat is bnoming. Republican editors are hysterically happy, but the wage earner is looking in vain for an increase in pay. The Dinglcy bill was passed, so the Republican declared, to help the poor laborer, for whom they shed so many tears. Tools are higher, clothing is higher and so is food, but where is the rise in price of laboi ? h n the h'tur, of r- r.'t lor A. M. r.nd ! Kivu o'clock -. M. l.Tftt :-;. -i tfce front j tioorrf Hji rourt-l;rr.s ' i .!.? i'v t Eey- ii-ii.-;, v-oj.uiy 1 1 i: a firate oi ; V.i:.."uri. sell r.4 Trr.p. r :y ;it pi-' ?e veuua to t'::e hivnevt bi l l-r. .,; c a.-:i n r.nd. to pay the rti-J :lrst r.!orr."-r- K iitl. vitb In- tcrcst tliTcon. as prori ;.-. by &...il tf.-d of trust and bond secur. d threoy, b":ds all cos'tsend cipciisof e3C',cu.l:t.' trust. Joiiy C. Hall, Tnatee. The supposed grave of Eve is visit ed by over 40.000 pi'grims in each j year. It is to be seen at Jeddah in a cemetery outside the city walls. The tomh is eo cubits loner and 12 rnhits j 0 wide. The Arabs entertain a belief that Eve was the ever lived. 1 . , lai.est woman max Whether you burn coal or wood, Jewel Stoves and Ranges will give you the most heat from the least fuel. Whether you want a stove for heating, for cooking, or for both, a Jewel Stove or Range will serve you best Con structed of the best material by the best workmen, their merits created and for over 30 years have maintained the largest stove plant in the world. Ak the dnlfffcr them and Juoic for iha (mOe-mark. 9 1 Jewel StOTea are told bj GIO. M EEWBr &OO.