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mW&H&& fCi 51 j& li fel y IP MsJ ta k& Is ESPECIALLY FREQUENT - P HI8H ALTITUDES. lion it Kay fee Chrg'$&E9 !a flsj OlisasSe. -.- From the ClUetait, Pueblo, Col. "While the Rocky Mountain region is justly famed for its salubrious climate, and ,1a becoming more and more the mecca toward which pilgrims are traveling from all parts of the world that they may fill their weaken ed lungs with its life-giving air, yet there axe ailments in that climate as in any other, one of the chief of which is sleeplessness. This is due to the rarity of the air which on some constitutions is too stimulating to the nerves. In some cases patients are . com pelled to remove for a time to the sea level to escape the high nervous strain. As sleep lessness is not an uncommon accompaniment to certain nervous conditions (in any clim ate) the story of a woman of Pueblo, Col., xnay point a moral to others, who have had similar affliction. The woman came to Pueblo thirty years go, when the town was a frontier settle ment, and Indians were by no means un usual .visitors, bands of Ute's often passing through on their way from the mountains down to the plains to hunt buffaloes. She had been in good health, until a few Tears ago when ut each recurring spring time she became debilitated, weak and lan guid. Her strength left her, she was listless Ind lifeless. This, too, in spite of the stimu lating effects of the high altitude. The most jaerious difficulty, however, was sleeplessness, which she could not cure. The long weary watches of the night told on her health and he dreaded the approach of night. This lack? of sleep weakened her strength and brought on extreme nervousness, until she W AsTcmWWnot well take the long jour ney necessary to a change of climate, she sought for tome nerve restorative, that would ttuiM up the nervous system, and thus ena : BRIGHT DEMOCRATIC PROS PECTS. The vote in favor of the Teller resolution in the senate with a ma- lAntn Affaan An1 . 4-Via enlJ1 rrtt f the Democrats and Populists in the house on the s&me measure, will be accepted throughout the country as a national ratification of the silver plank in the Chicago platform, while the strictly party vote of the Republi cans against the resolution must be acceDted as a ratification of the St. Louis platform which clears away all the fog and makes the issue of 1898 and 1900 a purely : financial one. Republicans will be unable henceforth to separate themselves from the cause ot the single gold standard. They are completely committed to it and from it jvt fall tVir fan h nn pcranp The action of the Republicans in the house on the question was the greatest display of perfectly working party machinery the counrry has ever wit p7ir PooH Jcinorl Tiic nrrlprc ana with the exception 01 one man, Judge Lmney of North Carolina, everv Republican in the house obeyed Tia incfrtifmno r&neAv&A True crrn; almost marvelous when it is known mat mree years ago aoout nny 01 ine Republicans who voted in favor of the gold standard voted against Cleve land's gold bond bill. I Everywhere Democrats . express themselves as being perfectly satisfied with the result. They say they knew before the battle begun that the reso lution would not pass, but the manner in which it was emphasized as a party question has more than delighted them, for they all feel that with free silver the issue in 1808, as it now most undoubedly must be, they can go be fore the people without the slightest apprehension of defeat. There is not A 1 )amA v v r V a V rtti er aa n f-a who does not believe that the next congress will have a Democratic jority. ma- THE DREADED CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED," T. A. Slocum, M.C the Great hemist and SclentlBt, Will Send, Free, Three Bottles of His Newly Discovered Remedies to Sufferers. Editor Courier: I have discover ed a reliable cure for Consumption and all Bronchial, Throat and Lung Diseases. Ceneral Decline, Loss ot Flesh and all conditions of Wasting Away. By its timely use thousands 01 apparantly hopeless cases have been cured. So proof-positive am I of its power to cure, that to make its merits known, I will send, free, to any afflict ed reader of your paper, three bottles of my Newly Discovered Remedies upon receipt of Express and Post-office address. T. A. SLOCUM, M. C, 98 Pine Street, New York. When writing the doctor please mention this paper. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. T&afto Hfiils Cgutun ble her to get that sleep and rest without which she could not long endure the strain. She at length found this in Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. She said to the reporter : ly the time I had taken one box of these piJJs, I not only felt stronger but to my surf-rise found that I could sleep. " 1 have tiikeii four boxes now and can take a long nap during the day and sleep soundly all night. "The mouicine not only takes away that weary depressed feeling but creates a buoy ancy and ex iiiluration that does not pass away when one slops taking the pills. " I am forty-nine years old and about thirty years ngo I bc?au to be troubled with gather ings in my head. The trouble continued until I was unable to hear a sound through my right enr and my left "r was badly affected. I had no idea that the pills would benefit my ears but they evidently did as my hearing is very much improved. "I consider Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People a wonderful medicine. The address of the woman is : Mrs. H. L. Graham, 214 E. 4th St., Pueblo, CoL State of Colorado, 1 County of Pueblo, j Subscribed and sworn to before zee this 6th day of July, 1897. George W. Giix, (SEAT.) Notary Public. All the elements necessary to give new life and richness to the blood and restore shat tered nerves are contained in Dr. Williams Pink lills for Pale People. They are sold in boxes (never in loose form, by the dozen or hundred) at 60 cents a box, or six boxes for $2.50, and may he had of all druggists or directly by ma il from Dr. WilliamV Medi cine Co., Schenectady, 2.Y. The Inter-State Commerce ml Baton. Com The people ought to see that their representatives in congress refuse to enlarge the powers of the Inter-State Commerce commission. We already have too much government by commis sion and injunction. These execu tive officers who acknowledge no in debtedness to the people, for their positions, are apt to forget that they are servants, and assume the role of masters.. This commission, when it was firs made, did good work, because it was composed of able men who knew the duties they were called on to perform, but like all other excrescences on the body politic, it degenerates into machine when the men at the level are always grasping for more power. The commission has sturUi! t! -that the supreme court has u..v i it of all power, which is not true, the supreme court only refused for to allow the commission to use the power it had usurped. Oa this false cry the commission is working in every possible way. to. get the powers by leg iation that the supreme court said it did not have, and it wants still more added. It is working a sort of black mailing scheme on the railroads. This is the way of it. The Trunk line railways believe that pooling is necessity on their trunk lines, and bill was prepared to repeal the anti- pooling law, placing the pooling under certain restrictions. Here is where the commission gets la its work. It says that no pooling law can pass that does not give the commission the right t3 fix the rate for all railroads, with judicial power to enforce its decisions. village blacksmith is usually . p considered the type '..of good health. . Jyffifli - Even he sickens and "rDl dies frequently in 4 early youth. No 3 A man. not even the most robust, can af ) ford to neglect his health, which is his t. most precious en MW dowment The man who does so sCgwill sooner or. later pay the penalty in some serious or fatal malady. When a man finds that he is losing his ap petite, that he passes restless nights, that he awakens in the morning unrefreshed and without ambition or mental or bodily vigor, when he is troubled with headaches, nerv ousness or biliousness, it is time for him to take serious thought for his health. These symptoms are by no means trivial. and are indicative of disorders that may lead to consumption, nervous prostration, malarial troubles or some serious blood disease. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery is the best of all medicines for men and women who suner in im? way. it re stores the lost appetite; it gives sweet, re freshing sleep; makes the digestion perfect, the liver active and purifies and enriches the blood. It is the greatest of all nerve tonics. It is the great blood -maker and flesh-builder. It cures 98 per cent, of all cases of consumption, weak lings, bron chitis, spitting of blood, obstinate coughs and kindred ailments It is also an unfail ine cure for nervous exhaustion and pros tration. At all medicine stores. Mrs. Rebecca P. Gardner, of Grafton, York Co., Va., writes: "When I was married I weighed 121 -rounds. I was taken sick and re duced in health and broke out with a disease which my doctor said was eczema. I fell away to 90 pounds. I began using Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, and now I weigh 140 pounds and am well." Constipation often causes sickness. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure constipation. One little " Pellet " is a gentle laxative, and two a mild cathartic. They never gripe. They are tiny, sugar-coated, anti-bilious granules, in little vials. Druggists have nothing else "just as good." They regu late the Stomach, Iiver and Bowels. 11 r i & 1 J -A A. The ' proposition' is monstrous."'" Thi executive body would control abso lutely the entire transpotration of the country. Not a bushel of wheat, .bale of cotton, ton of coal or iron not a pair of shoes, or a calico dress could be moved except upon the rates pre pared by this commission! Over 3,000,000 person are employed in this railroad work. The business tran sacted each year since 1890 amounts to over $700,000,000 a year. This vast sum of money, these 3,000.00a men are to be put in the hand of skill ed manipulators, and all used for the benefit of the administration. That is what it means. Is there any Dem ocrat in congress so blind as not to seethe monopoly hand of $ Mark Hanna in this game? A Real Catarrh Cure. The 10. cent trial size of Ely's Cream Balm which can be had of the druggist is sufficient to demonstrate its great merit. Send 10 cents we will mail it Full size 50c. ELY BROS.. 56 War ren street, New York City. Catarrh caused difficulty in speak ing and to a great extent loss of hear ing. By the use of Ely's Cream Balm dropping of mucus, has ceased,, voice and bearing have greatly improved. ; J. W. Davidson, attorn ey-at-law, Mou- mouth, Ills. Facts and Findings. rhe value of a ton of pure gold is $602,799.21. The dark ages were from 6th to the 14th century. , The canals of the United States are 4,468 miles in length. Slavery in the United States was be gun at Jamestown in 1619. There are at least 10,000,000 nerve fibers in the human body. With a total of 4,000 music teach ers, Boston may well be called a city of note. " The only windows in Korean houses are pieces of glass about the size of a nickel. The Cuban war has cost Spain from February, 1895, to the end of 1897 the sum of $240,000,000. If the armies of Europe should march at an eight-mile five abreast, 1 5 inches apart, it would require 9 1-2 days for them to pass a given point It is estimated that bo tons o: diamonds have been unearthed in the South African fields during the last 18 years, ana tneir value readies $200, 000,000. Did You Make Your Way? Uraln-O This Here are the latest directions: Use one tablespoonful of Grain-0 to two cups of cold water. Mix the Grain-O with half an egg and add the water, (tJe sureto measure.) Alter tne wa ter gets to the boiling point let boi for fifteen or twenty minutes. Use cream and sugar to suit the taste. I you have not cream use hot milk. ,A lady said: "The first time I drank Grain -O I did not like it, but after using it for ten days and forming the habit, nothing would induce me to go back to coffee.v This is the exper ience of all. If vou will follow direc tions, measure it every time and make it the same, and try it for ten days, you will not go back to coffee. An old Dutchman had a beautiful boy of whom he was very proud, and he decided to find out the bent of his mind. He adopted a very novel method by which to test him. He slipped into the little fellow's room one morning ana placed on his taoie a Bible, a silver dollar and a bottle of whiskey. "Now," he said, "ven dat boy comes in, if h dakes dot dollar, he's goin' to be a beesiness man; ef he daks dot Bible, he'll be a breacher; ef he daks dot whiskey, he's no goot 's goin' to be a drunkard," and he hid himself behind the door to see which his son would choose. In -came the boy whistlng. He ran to the table and picked up the dollar and put it in his pocket; he picked up the Bible and put if under his arm; then he snatched up the bottle of whiskey and took two or three drinks, and went out smacking his lips. The old Dutch man poked his head out from behind the door gracious! tician!" and exclaimed: "Mein he's goin' to be a poli- TRY GRAIN-0! TRY GRAIN-0 i Ask your Grocer today to show you a pack age ct GRAIN-O, the new food drink that takes the place ol coffee. The children may drink it without injury as well as the adult. All who try it, like It. GRAIN-0 has that rich seal brown of Mocha or Java, but It is made from pure grains, and the most deli cate stomach receives it without distress. 1-4 the price of coffee, la and 25 cents per package. Sold by all grocers. One of our fiiendsediting a first-cfcss weekly newspaper wants to know why it is we call the Loud bill "iniquitous." We take great pleasure in telling hhn. One must read between the lines to tell what some bills mean. Shouid the Loud bill become a law, and the time for subscription run out, the paper must stop at once, or be pre paid with one .cent per copy. No sample copies can be sent out. Every subscriber must pay his. own money. If John Smith living in South Caro lina wanted to send the home paper to his brother, Tom, living in Texas, he could not pay for k and send it without also paying one cent postage on each number. If our friend could see the lobby at Washington engaged in pressing the Loud bill, he would know what it means. All the representatives of the great dailies with a few exceptions, are importuning for the passage of this law and the regular lobbyists are all re tained to favor measure. The Loud bill is an effort to sup press the country press, in the interest of the purchasable metropolitan press. The people learn too much through the unpurchasable country ne vspaper The monopolists the trusts the money sharks can buy the columns of the city newspapers by advertisements or, in many instances, by direct payment;, They cannot buy the couctry press. The Loud bill is an attempt to destroy the usefulness of the country press in disseminating truths which the classes named above do not want known. We live in a country of which the principal scourge is stomach trouble. It is more wide-spread than any other disease, and, very nearly, more dangerous. One thing that makes it so danger ous is that it is so little understood. If it were better understood it would be more feared, more easily cured, less universal than it is now. So those who wish to be cured take Shaker Digestive Cordial, because it goes to the root of the trouble as no other medicine does. The pure, harm less, curative herbs and plants, of which it is composed, are what render it so certain and, at the same time, so gentle a cure. It helps and strengthens the stom ach, purifies and tones up the system. Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to $1.00 per bottle. The poultry interests of Missour have gotten to be enormous, ' for the Missouri hen helped to feed the family and then sent to market ?i,q6ooti dozen of eggs, worth $2,557,052 besides $3,184,732 worth of poultry was sold last year. ftFnEg WML (.Ti7-iour pages for men and women who r.i-o a.ioioU with any form of private disease vt'vuAxjti-10 ineir se.x, errors 01 youth, contagl cti3 diseases, female troubles, eta, etc. or.r.a two z-cent stamps, to pay postage, to lo Joading specialists and physicians In this uairy. MATH AWAY A OCX. 70 rear!orn St., Cor. Randolph, Chicago, 111. 7 RUST EES SALE BY SHERIFF Whereas, w. r. KoDinson and Laura E. Robinson, his wife, by their certain deed of trust, dated the rst day of November, A. D., 1892, and recorded in deed of trust book 8, on paee 1 2, in tne tcecoraers omce 01 Chariton County, Missouri, conveyed to St. Louis Trust Company, as trustee, all their right, title and interest in and to the following described real estate, situate, lying and being in the County of Chariton. State of Missouri, to-wit: All of lot No. six (6) 20 block No. one (1) in Baker's Broadway, addition to the City of Salisbury. Which said conveyance was made in trust to se cure the payment of a certain promis sory note in said deed of trust de scribed, and, whereas, said note has become due and remains unpaid; and, whereas, said deed provides that in case of the absence, death, or refusal, or disability in anywise of the said trustee to actt the Sheriff of Chariton County may proceed to sell the prop erty in compliance with the terms of said deed; and, whereas, St. Louis Trust Company, said trustee, is absent and refuses to act in the premises, now, therefore, at the request of the legal holder ot said note, and in pur suance of the terms of said deed of trust, I will, on Saturday, the 19th day of February, A. D., 1898, between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and five o'clock in the afternoon of that day, at the east front door of the Court-House, in the town of Keytesville, Chariton County, Mis souri, expo9e to sale the above de- cribed property, at public vendue, to the highest bidder, for cash, for the purpose of satisfying said note and paying the costs and expenses of ex ecuting thiS trust. J. K. DEMPSEY, bheritt Chariton Uo., Mo. dl44'4aMJiJ.. jPfie Best Gffer Ever Made by a Newspaper. O fl Large Pages Every g p SX WeeTc for Only Cpl.OU The semi-weekly Republic, the best general newspaper printed in the ld:aininS all the news in eight , pages twke-a-week, and 77ie Kepubhc Model Magazine one year for $1.50. The Republic Sunday Magazine was the newspaper success of 1807 A home journal of the best class, iS large pages every week, 4 pages ot fun, 14 pages of the brightest and best reading printed. It con tains more high-class pictures and cartoons than were ever attempted 157antle5. Plication. More noted writers and artists contribute to Me Republic Magazine than to any other Western publication. The Magazine will be sold only in connection with the semi-weekly Republic, but is mailed separately each week. Address all orders to THE REPUBLIC, St. Louis, Mo. m n m m m m m G-BORG-E IT. ELLIOTT & CO., A I stracters. AD AND LOAN AGENTS, m . ey-tesville. . JSlf P"ch.M9,d th Knappenberger Abstracts we hare tae only complete Abstract of Title to all the land and Town Lota In the county. Will furnish reKable Absac Lci fnJrn?Hrd m' etate &t low rate of IntereeVbTyd JeU lS nlnrt Jn ' P epar" coW. Py taxes for non-reeident. and other. Offlc THROUGH TOURIST SLEEPERS TO I PORTLAND, OREGON, FOR PUOET sound and Alaska travel. From bL Louis via urllngton Route. Personally conducted Tourist Sleep ers via the Burlington Route from St. Louis to Portland, Oregon will be es tablished in service commencing Feb ruary 1 6th, 1898. They leave St. Louis at 8:45 p. m. Wednesdays', Kansas City 10:40 a. m. Thursdays St. Joseph 1 2:40 p. m. Thursdays; and run via Lincoln, Den ver, Scenic Colorado and Salt Lake City. The current loutest tales to Seattl , Tacoma and Pugat Sound ports apply via this route, offering an unusual chance to make steamer arrangements either at Portland, Tacoma or Seattle. Ask your ticket agent or the under signed for special folder containieg all details. L. W. WAKELY, GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT St. Louis, Mo. WE ARE STARTING Hundreds In Business Each Month. Elderly men and women make best representatives. They are selling 'Teoc," the one thiDg that every one demands and must have. No one will be without it. Nature created "Teoc" for the benefit of mankind. Every family wants it. Every man, woman and child wants it. Send five two-cent stamps for sample package and five names as reference. No attention paid to applications without reference Teoc Mineral Co., Pacific Building, Washington, D. C. ANTED TRUSTWORTHY AND ACT f lve gentlemen or ladies to travel for respoQsiDie, established house in Missouri Monthly $65.00 and expenses. Position steady. Reference. Enclose self-addressed stamped envelope. Tne Dominion Company, ORDER OF PUBLICATION. STATE OF MISSOURI, County 01 unanton, ) 68. In the Circuit Court of Chariton County. Missouri, utiooer imn, usti The State of Missouri, at the relation and to the use of John Knappenberger, Collector of the revenue of Charlton County, in the State ol Missouri, piaintm. against Geortis jacKson ana a morose jacsson, aeienaants. At this day comes tne piamtin herein, by his attorney, and it appearing to the court that the auove named aereniants. Geortre Jackson and Ambrose Jackson, cannot be summoned in this action by the ordinarv process 01 court. Whereupon it is ordered by the court that said defendants be notified by publication that plaintiff has commenced a suit against them in this court, tne ooiect and general nature of which is to obtain Judgment at the relation and to the use aforesaid for the sum of seven and 17-100ths dollars, the aggre gate amouht of taxes delinquent and unpaid against the following described real estate, situate In said county and state, to-wit: Forty acres, the northeast Quarter of the northwest quarter of section twenty-nine (29) , township nlty-two (52) , range seventeen interest thereon at one per cent, per month 171, iortne years ibsk, ltstt. l&u and l&a. with from the 1st day of January next after said taxes were due, respectively, lor the years 1892, 1893, 1894 and 1895, with 10 per cent, per annum interest thereon from the 1st day of January next after said taxes were due, respectively, to gether with fees, commissions and costs of this proceeding, and to declare and enforce a lien in favor of the state of Missouri against the above described real estate, and to ob tain further an order for the sale of salt real estate, or so much thereof as may be neces sary to satisfy said judgment and a special fiire fnciat issued to the sheriff thereon; and tnat uniess said George jacKson and Ambrose Jackson be and ap pear at this court, at the next term thereof. to be begun and hoioen at the court-house iu the City of Keytesville, in taid County, on the sixth day of said term, the same will be taken as confessed, and judgment will be rendered accordiugly . the th day oi April next, and on or before And i c is further ordered that a cod v hereof be published according to law in the Chari ton Courier, a weekly newspaper published in said county. H. . RICHARDSON, Circuit Clerk. A true copy from the record Witness my hand and the seal of the Circuit xJL-x court oi Chariton County, this L rVJ 1th davof Fehraarv IWS VSJ H.B.RICHARDSON. VUVUl Viv ft. Of Mir Or Real Estate ST. JKS HOTEL ST. LOUIS. A " JMi...,,,.,:,.. qr . ".' Si tVM ia RATES: $2.00 PER DAY, Room and Breakfast $1.00. EUROPEAN PLAN, $1.00 Per Day 6ood Roskhs. 6000 Meals, Gocl Sento. When you Visit St. Louis stop at ST. JAMES HOTEL, Iroadmar ad WalBut. Street Car Drct to Hotel. TURKISH BATHS, Opea all Nlgbt. THE GREATEST BOOK OF THE AGE! Should be In Every Home and Library. W People's eii Histonj Is written by Right Hon. William Ewart Gladstone. Ex-Premier of Great Britian and Ireland, Chester, Eng.; Ke. A. H. Sayce. Queen's College. Oxford, Eng.: Hev. Samuel Ives Curtis, D. D.. Chicago Theological Seminary, Chicago. III.; Her. Frederic W . Farrnr, D.D., F.R.S., Dean of Canterbury, Canterbury, Eng.: Rev. Elmer H. Capen, D.D.,Tufts College, Somervilie, Mass.; Re. Frank W. Gunsaulus, U. JJ., Armour Institute. Chicago, 111.; Rev. George F, Penteoont. D.D., Maryle bone Presbyterian Church, London, Eng.; Kev, R. S. Mac Arthur, D.D., Calvary Baptist Chnrcn, New York City, N. Y.: Rev. Martyn Sammerbell, D.D., Main Street Free Baptist Church, Lewinton, Me.; Rev. Frank M. Bristol, D.D.. First Methodist Episcopal Church. Evanston, 111.; Rev. W. T. Moore, IX-D.f'The Chris tian Commonwealth," London, Eng.; Rev. Edward Everett Hale, D.D., South Congregational Church, Boston, Mass.; Rev. Joseph Agar Beet, D.D., Wesleyan College, Richmond, Eng.; Rev. Caspar Rene Gregory, Leipzig University, Leipzig, Germany; Rev. Wm. Cleaver Wilkinson, D. D.. University of Chicago, Chi cago, III.; Rev. Samuel Hart, D.D., Trinity College, Hartford, Conn.; Rev. J. Monro Gibson, D.D.. St. John's Wood Presbyterian Church. London, Eng.: Rev. George C. Lorimer, LL.D.. The Temple, Boston. Mass. POflLAH EUITIOS.-M2 pages. 67 full-page illustra tions, gilt edges, cloth, H-50; half levant, $5.00; full levant, $6.00. UlAKTO KUITIO!. 1 9fl0 rase. 200 fnll-nom illustra tion. Style A gilt edges, full levant, one volume, 15.00: Style B two volumes, full levant, tufted, $20.00 ; in 16 PARTS, quarto size, review questions to each, stiff paper covers, sewed, trimmed slightly, f 1.00 each part. For sale at all bookstores and by booksellers. For further information, write HENRY O. SHEPARD. Publisher. 212 and 21 Monroe Street, Chicago, Illinois. TRUSTEE S SALE BY SHERIFF Whereas, E. W. Whitall and Cora Lee Whitall, his wife, by their certain deed of trust, dated the 30th day of January, A, D., 1894, and recorded in deed of trust book 9, on page 183, in the recorder's office of Char iton county, Missouri, conveyed to Charles Hammond, as trustee, all their right, title and interest in and to the following describ ed real estate, situate, lying and being in the County of Chariton, State of Missouri, to-wit: AH of the northeast quarter of section twenty-three (23), township fifty-four (54), range twenty (20) . Which said conveyance was made in trust to secure the payment of a certain promisory note in said deed of trust described; and whereas, said note has become due and remains unpaid; and whereas, said deed provides that In case of the absence, death, or refusal, or disability In anywise of the said trustee to act, the eherifl of Chariton County may proceed to sell the pioperty in compliance with the terms of said deed; and whereas, Charles Hammond, said trustee, is absent and re fuses to act In the premises, now, therefore, at the request of the legal holder of said note, and in pursuance of the terms ol said deed of trust. I will, on Saturday, the 5th day D., 1898, of March, D. between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon and Ave o'clock in the afternoon of that day, at the east front door ot the tmRt-offlrp in ; thA city of Brunswick, Chariton county, Mis souri, expose to sale the above described property, at nubile vendue, tn thA hiohaat bidder, for cash, for the purposes f satisfy ing said note and paying the costs and ex penses of executing this trusts. J K. DEMPSEY. Sheriff of Chariton County, Missouri. "YTT-ANTED TRUSTWORTHY AND ACT, TT ive gentlemen or ladies to travel for responsible, established house in Missouri Monthly $65.00 and expenses. Position steady . Reference . Enclose ni f - a a stamped envelope. The Dominion compeer . Dept. R. Chicago. THERE IS A GLASS OF PEOPLE Who are injured by the use of coffee. Re cently there has been placed in all the groc ery storces a new preparation called GJtAIN O. made of pure grains, that takes the place of coffee. The most delicate stomach re ceives it without distress, and but few can tell It from coffee. It does not cost over 1-4 as much. Children may drink it with great beufflt- 15 and 25 cents perpackage. Try it. Ask for GRAIN-O. Ttry viafpta. CASTORIA. Mall