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Fortify the body against disease hy Tutt's Liver Pills, an abso lute cure for sick headache, dys pepsia, sour stomach, malaria, constipation, jaundice, bilious ness and all kindred troubles. "The Fly-Wheel of Life" Dr.Tutt; Your Liver Pills are the fly-wheel oflife. I shall ever be grateful for the accident that brought them to my notice. I feel as if I had a new lease of life. J. Fairleigh, Platte Cannon, Col. Tutt's Liver Pills Missouri Pacific Railway Time Table at Butler Station. LEE SAYS WAR IS INEVITABLE. No. 6.. No. 4 No. 10. NO. 3i3 NORTH BOUND. ... 6:00A. M ....1:OOP. M. .. 10 :,. P. M. . ..10:'.'!) A. M. ....S:0r A.M. -.1:11 V. M. ....MiP M. ...i-.mf. m. Local Freight SOL'TI! BOUND No. 9 No. 5 No. 1 No. 311 Loral Freight INTERSTATE DIVISION No. 84!) Depart 7-00 A.M. No. oM Arrive ll:r.9 A. M. E. C. Vaxdebtoobt. Agent. K. C. Pittsburg & Gulf Time Table. Arrival and departure of traina at Worland. NOHTII hOVVD. No. 7 Freight dally except Sunday 12:10 p. m. No. 5 Sat. o:M)p. m. No. 1 Kxpress dally 12:27 p. m. No. ! Freight, daily except Sunday. 12 ::10 p. in. No. S Port Arthur Kxpress, daily, .. a. m. IOUTU KOL.SL). No. 2 Express daily 2:21p.m. No. e Freight daily except Sunday 1 :oo a. m. No 8 ' 2:2."p m. No 10 Freight, daily expect Sunday. 12 ::o p rn. No. 4 Port Arthur Express, daily,. . 9 01 p. m. Remember this is the popular ihort line be tween Kansas City, Mo. . and Pittsburg, Kan. , JopUn. Mo , Ni'okho, Mo., Sulphur Springs, Ark., Slloam Springs, Ark., and the direct route from the south to St. Louis, Chicago, and points north and northeast and to Denver, Ogden. San Francisco, Portland and points west and northwest. No expense has been spared to make the passenger equipment of this line second to none in the west. Travel via the new line H. C. Our. Ueu'l Pass. Agt., Kansas City, Mo. Fank James Near Death. St. Louis, Mo, March 1. Frank James, the ex bandit, is dangerously ill with pneumonia at his home in this city. He haa been doorman at tb Standard theater where he caught a severe cold a week ago The attending physician sayn hii re covery is doubtful. Frank takes illneea philoaoph ically, and says: "If I hare to die, I will die, that is all; and if I get well, I get well." Frank James has been in ill health for a week or ten days and was urg ed by the management of the theater to go home, but he refused to do eo, and remained at the door until he was unable to stand. He says he is not afraid of death that be has faced it too often to fear it cow. Cansul General's Expression to a Relative Repeated. Jacksonville, FJa., March 3 44 War is inevitable." These are the words of Consul General Lee. Tney were spoken to a relative of hi3 at Havana a few days ago. Oa hid way north ward this gentleman stopped over in Jacksonville, and while discussing the situation with a close friend at the St. James, he repeated the start ling declaration of Gen Lee here recorded. From the friend, a man whose standing and veracity are be yond question, your correspondent received this important message. Gen. Lee basea his opinioa on the belief that, even had the Maine dis aster not occurred, the United States must have soon intervened in Cuba, and that Spain will resent with force such intervention. The Consul Gen eral said in substance that autonomy was a failure, the condition of the reconcentrados terrible and interven tion on the part of the United States an imperative duty demanded by humanity, honor and policy. He is certain that the President will act soon, and that his action, which will be vigorous, will entail war. Spain is preparing for the worst, and will weleome a struggle with America. Gen. Lee expressed no opinien as to the cause of the Maine disaster, but his emphatic declaration is taken to imply that he is assured of Spanish treachery. A Sure Thing for You. A transaction in which you cannot, lose Is a sure thing, liiliousncss, sick headache, fur red tongue, fever, piles and a thousand other ill are caused by constipation and sluggish liv er. Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the wonderful new liver stimulant and intestinal tonic are by all druggists guaranteed to cure or money re funded. C. C C. are a sure thing. Try a box today; 10, 25, 60 cents. Sample and booklet fre. See our big ad. To Cure Constipation Forever. Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10c or 25c. If C. C. C. fail to cure, druggist refund moaey. Violins tor Angel. Derby, Conn., March 2. Wm. Hubbul, known as "The Saint of White Hills," who lives alone in an old tumble down shanty, has been engaged in making violins for the angels. He has nearly 100 violins in course of construction. Curio hunters have offered him large Bums for tluee instrument?, but no money consideration will tempt hint to part company with a single one of the violins, which, he says, are ticlusively for the use of the angel band. The Lord ordered him to build 1,000 and, although he is oyer 7Q years old, he is confident lhat his residence here below is as sured until after this contract from the Lord is fulfilled. Cut- J olio rl, Carroll. The Republic. Colonel John H. Carroll, attorney fer the Burlington system, returned yesterday from a business trip of some duration at tbe National Capi tal. He eays there is more war talk in Missouri in an hour than one hears in Washington in a day. And jet he says the feeling at tbe latter place is not altogether against the probabilities of trouble. "Nothing more definite is known in Washington than iu St. Louis," he said. 4,Possibly some of the heads of departments possess some information that is withheld from the public, but in a general way the news reaches St. Louis as quickly and as reliably as the White House. The people in Washington don't talk about the liklihood of ivar so much as they do west of the Mississippi River, and probaWy this is the reason I fermed the impression that they do not regard hostilities as likely to break out between this country and Spain. Here in my own State it seems the public prefers to talk over the prospects of war to the exclusion of all other commom top es. Charges Against Dr. J. T. Coombs. Fulton, Mo , Feb. 23. Fulton and all Calloway county are wrought up over an occurrence involving the Btate luLatic asylum No. 1. Its beard of managers met at this place in called session yesterday to investigate charges against Dr. J. T. Coomb, superintendent of the asylum. He was charged with beiDjr too intimate with a female attendant. It was sworn to that he had been seen on one or two occasions coming from her room late at night by the female night watch in the women's ward. She reported the matter to Dr. Dulson and the waggiag tongues of many females were set goin'? until things were up to fever heat. The board was notified of the con dition of affairs at the aeylum and met yesterday in extraordinary ses sion to hear evidence in the case. After the evidence was all in they held a consultation with Dr. Coombs. He declared that be was innocent of tbe charges brought against him, but he thought it best to resign and tendered his resignation atones. The board then appointei Dr. W. L. Ray of Kansas City temporary superintendent until the second Tuesday in March, when they will elect a superintendent for the next year. The matter has created one of the biggest social scandals ever known here. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. I G. W. CLAEDT. Mayor. ft nan i j D. KLLW00D. TSsfis- ' u n WTlJfM. Two Millions a Year. When people buy, try, and buy again, it neans they're satisfied. The people of th United States are now buying Cascarets Candy Catnartic at the rate of two million boxes of year ana it w ill be tnree million before New Year's. It means merit proved, that Cascarea, are the most delightful bowel regulator for everybody the year round. All druggist lOcts 25c. &oc a box, cure guaranteed. Jno. F. Herrell &Son, Geo. L. THE KlTSTLIVti Insurance Agents, Fire, Lightning, Tornado. Cyclone or Wind storm and Life and Accidental Insurance. We are located now over Moody's Grocery North side of Main Street. Adrian, Mo. We have now the agency as follows: for tbe Home Ins. Co. , of New York both farm and towa property. Orient Ins Co , of Hartford. Conn., town property. German Ins. Co. of Kreenort, 111., town property. Pt. Paul Ins. Co . A M, of Minn., tarni and town prop erty. American Central of St, Lnnls, town property. German American of New York, town property. Fhaenix Ins. Co of Brooklyn New Tori, town property. Hartford iris. Co. of Hartford. Conn.. Life. And the Trav elsrs, of Hartford, Conn , Accidental. Thsse are old line companies, pay for what yon get and get what you pay for.' No pass your hat companies. We would be pleased to meet any and all who wish good, safe and conservative insur ance, vv e guarautee you our rates are as cheap as any good, safe and conservative in surance company that pay all honest losses promply We would be glad to meet vou in our office or at our home, whether you want insurance or something to eat Call and ses ns at any time, tne door is always ajar for our friends. We remain vour oeediei.t servants, Jdo. F. Herrell & Son. Geo L Adrian, Mo. P. S. Any business entrusted to ns will have prompt astention. CLAKDY, EL WOOD Sz CO., Succesora toUir A Baims, Real Estate, Loans And Abstracts. We do a General Real Estate and Exchange Business, and Make a Specialty of Abstracts. We aro now preparing a revfst'd list of Lands, for nalt or exrliarig by us. Itriutr or send us complete description of your property. If you are now listed witli ns, please ive us new description and price. Yours for business. 0" CLAKDY, HLLW001) & CO. oo i McFARLAND BROS. arness and Sadden, "That Tired Feeling" overcomes us when inferior prepara- Chairmau Towne, for the Silver Republicans National Committee, strikes the keynote of the situition in the following extract from his recent address to his part: "We call upon you to uuita iu this greit common service of citizenehip and patriotism. No man need sur render bis partj convictions. No existing organization need be aban doned. While striving to overthrow a common enemy, no good purpose is served by emphas'zin points on which we differ But until thia final assault of the enemy upon tbe last ramparts of our industrial and social independence is repelled; until tbe control of the money system of the countrj is rescued from the hands of special interests and secured to the whole people, the members of the great armies of political reform in every part of the United States should act in mutual justice and harmonious co operation for the general welfare." Trustee's Sale. Whereas, Edward John"!! and J S P.rn:i"r, by their dead or trut dated Nov-iiiler -'7th, l"'.H, and recorded in ttie recorder's offlce within and for Hates county, Missouri. in book No. 117 pajre.V.T conveved "to the undersigned trustee, the following described real eta:e lvm and beiny situate in the county of Hates 'and state of Missouri, to-wit: Tbe ,-ast half f the nTthwet jnartcr and the south halt" of the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter of section eleven except fifteen acres on" or the south side of both ot said tracts lyinir south of the public road all in township forty-one (411 of range thirtv (SO), which conveyai.ee was ma lc i:i trut to secure the payment of four certain not fullv describ ed in said deed ol truct; and whereas, dclault has been made in the payment of the principal of the first two uf -aid Hole-, and the annual in terest on all of said notes now past due and un paid. Now therefore at the requet-t of the letral holder of said notes, and pursuant to the conditions of. said deed of trust. 1 will proceed to Rell the aliove described premises at public Ten due to the biKhest bidder for ca-h at the east front door of the court house in the citv of But ler, county of Bates and state Missouri", on Iriday. March i l-, Detween the hours of nine o'clock in the fore noon ami nve o clock in tin- afternoon f that lay for the purposes of satisfying said debt. b'"t Trustee Fink'a Leather 7 . - - i ? I I mi - -- - ---- t ".! I Everybody Says So. tic, le a t jre id r nous are recominenael Dy unscrupu lous dealers as "just as good as Fo ley's Honey and Tar Coucrh Svrim." when we know the unequalled "merits of this medicine. At J A Trimble's drugstore. Foley's Honey and Tar Cough Med icine is unquestionably the best remedy for the throat and Lungs. Pleasant to take and is guaranteed J A Trimble, druggist. Joplin Militia Company's Signal. Joplin, Mo., March 1. Anticipat ing being called out to service against Spain, in the event of a dec laration of hostilities, Captain R. A. Spears, commanding Company G, Second regiment, ha9 arranged for assembling his men by means of signals sounded by the steam whistles at some of the leading mines in tbe vicinity of Joplin. Sev eral members of Co. G being em ployed at the mines outeide the city, would not be within hearing ef the bugle, hence whistles ara the only effective means of signalling. Tana, 111., March 2. Mrs. Eliza beth Raj hill, one of the pioneer set tlers of Illinois, a resident here since 1S40, died yesterday of old age. She is survived by 10 children, 50 grand children and 23 great grandchildren. Mrs. Rayhiil was So years of age. Koiuattl lowana, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, March 2. Joseph Jock, a young man of Hop kintOD, went to Minnesota with 14 year old Miss Kirk of tli9 sama tawo and the two wr married, as there is not the necessity of procuring licenses in that State. The young couple have returned to Iowa. The father of the girl d clares his intention to prosecute, and if he should do so the case will be the first of the kind in the courts. CASTOIIIA. caiis fcftittrs St ' it M ttry Educate Your Bowels With Cas. carets. Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forerer. 10c II C. C. C. fail, drug-fists refund money A man out in Kaneai named Coffee, has applied for a divorce on the grounds that his wife roasted him and kept him in hot water. His wife offered the defeece that she didn't know any other way to make Coffee good. That settled it. It is ead that their relation should be strained and right in the cream of life, too, but how could they stand the perpetual grind? Emmitt McHuren, who was ar rested in Macon, Ma, by Chief of Folic (Juayle, of Moberly, and brought back to Syracuse. N. Y., Thursday night, by" Sheriff Thorn ton, tf that place. Cascarets Candv Cathartic, the ful medical discovery of the ace. nlenaxnt n1 rt-irt-BiiiuK iu me taste, act gently ana positive ly uu mo Kiuueyi , iiver anil nowels, cleansing the entire system, dispel colds, cure headache, fever, habitual constipatson and biliousness. Please buy and trv a box of C. t:. r. tr.i1.v- in -a, oo cents, sola and guaranteed to cure by John Foteet was convicted of robbery in the District Court at Guthrie, Okl., Thursday and sen tenced to Z years in the nemtentiarv. a Free Trial Treatment TO EVERY MAN. This offer is made bv the ILLINOIS STATE SANITARIUM. provided application Be made at once, in order that its inventions, applisncea and never failing remedies may receive the widest pos sible publicity, and prove their own merits by actual use and permanent cures. No money whatever will be received bv the Illinois State Sanitarium from anyone under Its treatment until beneficial results ar acknowledged. Its remedies and appHancss have been commend ed be the newspaper of two continents and endorsed by the greatest doctors in the wprf t Where development is desired, they accom plish it and never fail to JnTi-orate. upbuild and fortify. The lnfi r.t1tft -r.kV They permanently stop all losses which un dermine the constitution and produce despon dency. They re-toae, refresh and restore to manhood, rerardless of age. They cure evil habits and permanently remove their effects, as well as ttse of excesses and over-taxed brain work, neurasthenia or nervous exhaus tion. No failure, no publicity, no deception, no disappointment. WRIIE IO-DAT. Illinois State Sanitarium, 16-13t Evanston, 111. Trustee's Sale. Whereas (ie.ire K. Cnnmiins. a sinir!.. nmn ry Ins iK-ed or trust dated IHwiulier 29lh, 14, and recorded in the recorder's offlce with in ana for Hates county, Missouri, in Ixx.k N ll, page t.j con veyet to the undersigned trus tee the following described real estate lying ana ueini; situate in uie county of liales and state or Missouri, to-wit: ah me uurltiwest quarter of the southwest quarter or sit-tion two ) in township fortv-one (41) or range thirty (.ill) except twentv-two ( acres off of the ea-t side thereof sold to I'ilcber and also except a tract of ground eight rds ny tnirteen (l.il roaleeded forgraveyard leav ing eighteen I.I teres more or less hereby ran veyed. which conveyance was made in trust to secure the payment ot one certain note fully described in said deedoftrnst- nrl u-hr default has been made in the payment or the an nual interest on said note, which said default renueren tne wnole lei.t due and the same now pastuue anu nnpaia. sow therefore, at tue request 01 tne legal noioer or said note ami rursuant to the conditions of said deed of trust will proceed to sell the aliove described prem ises at public vendue, to the highest bidder for cash, at the eat front door of the court bouse in the city of butler, county of Kates and state of Missouri, on Friday, March 23, 183f, between the hours of nine o'clock in the fore noon and five o'clock in the afternoon of tht day, for the purposes of satisfvinir snirl 1mI,i. interest and costs. C'.'A. AI.f.EH. IS- Trustee. Trustee's Sale. Whereas, E. A. Holt, a single man, and I. M. Hoagland and Cenia llonp-lnnr! himrir. by their deed of trust dated September I., and recorded in the recorder's office within and for Bates countv. Missouri, in boob 117 rr conveyed to the undersigned trustee the follow ing described real estate lving and beine situate in the county of Hates and state of Missouri. to-wit: Lot one (1) of the northwest Quarter of section two (i) in township thirtv-nine (TO of ranirfl thirty-two CfJ) containing e'isrhtv Mi or less conveyed, which conveyance was made in trnst to seenre the pa'vment of one certain note fully described in said deed of trust; and whereas deiault has been made in the parment of said noie. ni,' ,..., due and linpaid. Now. therefore, at tho request of the legal holaer of said note and pursuant to tbe Condi tions of said deed of tmtt I -i:i.. ceed to sell the above described premises a' publie vendue, to the highest bidder, Tor cash at the east front d.r of the court house in the city of Butler, countv of Kates, and state of iui:uuri , on Friday, Mar.-h 2'.th. IsW. between the hours of nin o'clock in the fore noon and five o'clock in the afternoon of that day, for the purpose of satisfying said debt C". A. AI.I.KV. yrATtrrcB I teis J tss7 South Side Square Butler Mo. Read and Ste What we Keep in Stock Ve keep everything that LorBe ownf re teed Double wagon harness from $10 to fSO. eirgle harness, 87.50 to 25; second hand harness from 83 to $15. Saddlcu of all Btjlea and prices, from the cheapfet to tbe steel fork cow boy and fcIo li atbe-r spring seat saddles. Lap robes, boiHe blaukets, dusters and fly nets. Harness oil and soapi full line of mens and boys ployes. Trim kuggy tops new and repair old ones. Uring your old harness and saddles and trade for new ones. Wj have the largest retail bar ness store intbeSouthwestJ and our bar cess are all made at borne. BUTLER. M0- BROS. Tin: T. LOUS LOBE-DEMOCRAT, ALWAYS NEWSY AND RELIABLE, ALWAYS BRIGHT AND ABLE, ALWAYS CLEAN AND GOOD. ALWAYS THE BEST AND CHMPFCT. waanaaa BMW I One Year, f G 00 DAILY, INCLUDl.NG SUNDAY: 0 Months, $3 00 DAILY WITHOUT SUNDAY: C Months, 2.00 KDMION, 30 TO 60 l'AGKS 3 Months, l.0 3 Months, $1.00. Issued interest and cot. li-4t Trustee. Trustee's Sale. Whereas, Abram M. Cnramins and Lanra Cummins, his wife, ky tneir deel of trast dated January S, ln4, and recorded in tbe offlce of tbe recorder of deeds. in Bate cottntv. Missouri, in hook No. 117 at paee 3i",, convey ed to the nndereisned trustee the following described real estate lving and being Bitaate in Bates county, Missouri, to-wit; The southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of section two (2) In township fortv. one (41) of range thirty r!0 except nine (9; acres in the northeast censer thereof owaed by Geo Cummins, contaicir z thirty-one :1 ) acres more or less, wtslch conveyance was made in tract to secare the payment of four certain notes fally described in said deed of trnst: ana, wnereas aeiamt nas been madeis tbe payment of three of said notes and the an nual interest on the othr note: which said de fault rendered the whole debt due. and the same is now past due and un paid . Now. therefore, at the request of tne leiral holder of said notes and in pursu ance to tne terms and conditions of said deed of trust I will proceed to cell the above de scribed rremises, or so much thereof aa may be necessary, at public Tendue, to the highest bidder for cash, at the east front door of tn court house in ths city of Butler, Bates county Missouri, on Friday, March 2oth, between the hour of nine o'clock in the fore oon and five o'clock in the afternoon of that day, for the purpose of satisfying said debt, interest and coats. . C. A. ALLEN, Trtutea. Trustee's Pale. Whereas Georsre E. Cnrernina, & single man, by his deed of trti.-t dated January snh, l-4, and recorded in the R.-corders office "within and for Bates county, Missouri, in liook Noll? paze 317, conveyed to the nndr-rsi?!)-d tmUe the following described r-al tate lving and being situate in the Cuunty of Bates and state of Missouri, to-wit: Twenty-to (il acres off of the eat side or the northwest quarter of the southwest quar ter, and also nine fS? acrs at of the northeast comer of the sonthwest quarter of the pouth west quarter, all in section two Hi in lown.hip forty-one rl of ranee thirty 30i containins thirty-one Oil acres in all more or lese, said nine acre tract is forty-four rods wide ea-t and west. which conveyance was mad' intrust to secnr- the parment of foarcrta:n notes fully described in said deed of truf and whereas derau'.t ha t n nade in the pevVi-nt of thre of faid notes and the annnal interest on mr ui.Li,-r imir, w men aia if lanit r-ndf'd tk- One G Months, 1.00 EDITION. and Fridar ca- G Month?, 50 Cente. wn-)ieaettane,an.ltheameinowptdaand ! ""i k"" II ft fP" unpaid. Now therefor-, at the r-ic-t of the ' 11 k legal holder of said note and pnruaat to the i i U 11 IU i: ii, i w r-r'K,','-'i 9 51 town tbeKve d-cntl premiss at rtiNUr U veniae, the hisrhest bvi.tr tA f. .tf Z M W in t Vi rv - t- a east front door of th court hon i-.uuer, county oi rsatea and tute'j on I riday, Mart-h 2.', between the hourt of cine o'clvl in tvi- ,T noon and five o'clock in th- afternoon of'tf.at day, for th- j.nn-e-s ,A .ati. tai,j interest and eosta. ' e -, C. A. AI.I.EV. One Year, 4.00 SUNDAY One ler.r, 52.00 in Scmi-Weellj Sections, Eight Pages Each Tueeday a The Best Twice-a-Week Paper in Amcri THE WEEKLY GLOBE DEMOCRAT AND THE BOILER WEEKLY TIMES. ; Ono Year, SH.Trj. Compare it with ctber papera and ?EE roB TOL'ESELF bow superior It is Mention this pp.r and ,tt-.e whether yoo ar. interested In th. Daily or Wseklr Issue. Address THE GLOBE PRINTING GO ST. LOUIS M0. t 63EW TO THE GREAT REFORM KACAZIKE m lJ-4t 'I ro:- ir:-rz: , -S.' .i Xotice of Fmai Settlement. Notice is herebv gien to a!! creditors and all others interested in the estate or Jas T Thoiripson,'Jeceaied, that I, WE Wilton, administrator of said e-tale, in tend to make final settlement thereof at the next term ot the Bate ' bate court, in Bates county, ttate of ZATtt'T'ctmiJkelioseoadsrcmyouriuJts, A FRANK, FEARLESS FORCEFUL UNCOMPROMISING OPPONENT OF PLUTOCRACY editer$ t: B. 0. Tlcttrcr Trcdcrick Utfom Rizmi Monthly, ift larre itla4raul. nA a CuV. n in it. It is fightintf your tjji.t, it deserves your fcupjjrt. One dollar a year. p. rents a crpv; sample auratT ni -iicd lor six cents. "jraS!Si 'I S.7HE NEW T,ME' 56 Fifth Ave,, CHICAGO J . - Mimnnmii