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j f 0 I ? t MM 1 1 1 1 Ml Mi v I i ' 5 ! 1 hi t - i. 1 ' i J 't ! i Iff ? i. i 5 i -t f 1 WHAT OF THE ISSUES? Boies Savs That the Democracv Is to Make Them. "HAVE TAKE SPAIN'S PLACE." ' Snatched From Her Hand the Sword She Could no Lonuer Wield and Turned It Aeainst Filipinos." New York. April Mi. At t he Jeffer Ktn day banquet of the IVmoeratie i'luh in Iirooklyn last nijiht a letter of regret from Ex-Jov. IJoie of Iowa whs read, as followti: 'I am sorry that it is impossible for me to attend the Jefferson ban quet. "The war with Spain was a voters by such transparent trickery . will nueeeed. I CONDITIONS AT KANSAS CITY. Saved Her Easter Boo net. Macon, Mo., April An incident If republicans really desired to am -. . ' lUlustrati the consumer and tocheck the rapac- .- , crisis occurred during the burninp of ity of the trusts they have a sure - tions U ill be YUI1 Handled. Clem Miller's home, in the southern remedy ready at their hands. j Bepobuc. sou,. part of town ?u ; oVloek thU mora. All they have to do is to pass a! Governor Stone expressed the opin- im? The firemen saved most of the law repealing the protective tariff on ion yesterday that the Kansas City SOOiu an,i tht IWi,lU vtkrtt ,,,. trust materials and the robber com- people would make ample arratx infr t. , . , . bines would at onee tie shorn of their, ments for taking care of the demo- devour t. i,,,.-,,,;,,., tlul roilf power to demand oppressive tribute, crane state convention. He also said a 7 . tlir . . This is a prompt and effective remedy that the work of rebuilding: conven- were fall- . . , 7 ,,,,. t r i . i i t ii: tu.n dull d v ...x,..,;.. I ' ior inn ex us wmcii exist. Jiepuoii-, - y saiismc- memler of the 1;lniiIv sluldenlv can Know nun arid eoiiwetjueini , txn-j ttBsuiuucru uave uet-n i Qt ,Jly shun it with great unanimity. given that it will be completed in pn The people might as well under- time for the national convention stand first as last that they will get July 4. There will be a meeting; of a offurtl no rlief from the trust rohliei-H so j subcommitte of the democratic na- long as the republicans are in power. Democrats are conscientious and of this committee, re-af- simere in their desire to abate this evil and no aid will be found until the republican conspirators are cast out cried, " and darted into the house. ie men had quit work inside the house liecause of the heat anddanirer her operations. It was sup- DOSed nejjrli- m-urrtkiinr . f voliu li..l ... I o-en renioxeil. After a few auvous May. Oovernor .Stone is chairman I ... .wi. in.-. nit- e'muiiTi)iiif- juii"T If 3 l 1 I: -vk ' ' The Kind You Have Always Bought, r.ml uliit-h ltasbc - ' ' " ' ...... . . - iiu iiMianrt mot ami has been made mulor his imwl. 7 SHOCKS POPLLISTS. ladv retiirtii'il frr?i t u lwn lu;yp wetn,ngapparentiyDotnenngtne infr triumphantly a 1.. new hat. ivanoaa in) iifuiur ium now is a iear i ntit -i f.iti. t .... i i i . I not a leather or nower had leenscor- ma. me state convention may be che. The crowd cWed her as lus-! trTT,oooa -J ltUt"t. tilyes if she had saved a human life. - . "... '" it was her fcaster hat hardlv weeL- gatherin-. II 'it should be made to old, and was to be worn for't he first appear that Kansas City could not time next Sunday owing to the rain i...B,inu oune.., ques- Easter. It ha.l 1,. r.U.l ..r.M.lif firmance of the principle underlying of the positions w hich they now hold. our own form of government, that found expression in a loyal declara tion by a united jeople that Cuba should of right be free. o nation Carl Hrowne Champions Dewey for on earth ever championed a nobler A llUtlll. fwvnon 1.1 l. .,l.,.,l .L 1 , cause. . fciuiio nuuiu ur ukuto ub 10 now xne ;n j.i,. i . , . t , "The end came. The grip of the Kansas City, Mo., April 18.-Carl city proposed to care for a crowd of ThXu ofttu Z?" tvrant has been broken. Spain was Brow ne of Coxey army fame, was in- 100,000 a month later. Such an im- noJ b at our feet, Cuba, I'uerto Rico and v,t'd to a,1,jress the morning session pression, it is feared, would have a the I'hilippines at our disposal. It of .t,,e Inass convention of Missouri bad effect on the national convention Path of Marshall C.vclne needed but a simple demand from us nldle-of-the-road populists to-day, mauagers, and perhaps result in a Marshall. Mo., April 10 . I'articu- to make them forever free. an(I treat',l consternation among demand from some quarters to locate lars of a tornado, which reeentlv "But here we halted. A word that ,,e a'lhernfs of V barton Barker of it elsewhere. . passed nine miles north of here, were would have made the name of Amer- Pennsylvania, when he strongly ad- As stated some days agro, Chair- received to-day. It came from the ica immortal was never spoken. voeated Admiral Dewey as head of man Cook and Secretary Virgil Conk- southwest andnassed rver the resi- iireeu took the place ot charity " ; '" ""l l" 14Cl- J""- Ming ot the state committee will visit d 'nee ot of Kobert Irvine, south and upturned the throne of justice. rer' (Je iarea Urowne, m his charac- ........ .... .... , ,, uy, -VJI Counterfeits, Ir.iitatlons anl Just-as-glMd, are bot Exieriuieiits that tritlo v itli and t'luiaiigcr tl: health of Iiitants and Chiiaicu-Rvinriciue against Experiment, What is C ASTORIA Castoria is a harmless sabst'tuto for Castir OH, Pare. Koric, Drops and Soothing- Syrups. It is Pleasant, I contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nareotla substance. Its age is lis guarantee. It destroys Wormg und alUiys IVvcri!mcss. It cures Diarrluea and VbI Colie. It relieves Teetlihig Troubles, ures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates Hie FomI, regulates tho Stomach and Uowcls, givii.g healthy and natural tdcen. The Children's IV.uacca Tho 31 other's Friend. GENUINE CASTOR I A ALWAYS Sears the Signature of S7 We wanted an excuse for exploiting """a"-' manner, "is up against the the I'hilippines. and made a volun- ,ron Wil1.' of conditions, and defeat tary donation of $2o,0oO,0 of gold for him is inevitable. The head of to Spain to Had it. What followed, I M,p 1 trKn 'oui t the popular idol ne, south of Kansas City next week and make a Fairville, without doinganvdarna-e definite report as to whether, in their It then passed over the farm of 11. J. opinion, the arrangements proposed Brown, scattering corn crib and corn j will he sufficient to meet the require- all over the farm. It barely missed ujen is oi i ue suite convention, uov. me resilience ot iirs. i'.eals tearing The Kind You Have Always Bought En Use For Over 30 Years. "" eM, tt Munnv TrrT. n r w roan riry. wish to (Jod we could blot from the of. the people, Admiral Gorge Dewey ernor Stone iH inclined toWlieve that away her shed kitchen into kindlin ; i . ivh 11 i. t I " , " " the city will come forward with satis- wool. Its path lav one-half mile aeuy ,or M, e presnient. factory proposals and the citizens of uth of It. L. Brown's residence I here was a show of stopping the the Kaw town quite agree with him. bIowingdowntreesandfen. es. Wher- speaker as he uttered these remarks, Kt,.? ; i . i i but Browne was permitted to con! GREAT LOSS BY FLOOD. t wild , , , T ,. r weie twisted off as though thev were " Stll h e T from her palsied hand the sword she w HU, n a ticket, he declared, Damage in the South Worse Than at cycolone was about 100 yards wide. annals of our rare this page of Amer ican history as it must be written, and go shamefaced, as it will, through all the ages to come. "The truth is we have simply changed places with Spain, snatched could no longer wield and turned it " p 8,11 stand some show of knock ngainst a race she had become pow- out l,oth 'he ticket dominated by erless to further oppress "Look at the little island of Puerto Kicothat welcomed us as deliverers from an oppressor's hand. What do we find? A people denied the most valuable privileges they enjoyed un der a despotism that furnished our only excuse for war; a race of vassels without a right we are bound to re spect foreigners, in fact, w ho cannot enter our gates without paying tril ute on the products of their toil, or take unencumbered from our hands that which their needs require yet our subjects in name, over whom the American flag is to float forever, to be ruled as our lordly will may deter mine, "With unseemly haste a republican congress and a republican president struck from a statute of their coun try a tariff tax framed for revenue, the only purpose for which taxes can rightfully be laid, ami built in its place a high wall in front of every port of the nation, in the shadows of which an infamous brood of life-sucking trusts have been nursed until there is scarcely a manufactured ne cessity of life the market price of which to American consumers is not fixed by the greed of some giant corporation. "We areat the threshold of another the monev nower and headed bv President McKinley and that headed by William J. Bryan." Silence marked the dose of his address. First Thought. I L,ut"klly no residences were struck. Jackson, Miss., April 18. Dis- Six Cents To See The Fair, patches from several sections of this Paris, Aptil 1!.-The market price state indicate that three days' flood of admission to the exposition has caused damage greatly in excess fallen to ; American cents The ex- is- has of the first ....o, rcjiaiy I I'laiiaiion is tnat the rovermeiit growing crops. Many truck rdanta- sued tlnvovMNmr,,.;,;.... i i.. Colonel Benton is Renominated. tions are still under water and will carrvin.- a'total of r,1. m ,;..i.' Joplin, Mo., April 1. Colonel M. U? al"iost completely destroyed un- ets It is now estimated that the E.Benton of Neosho was renomin- ,(fw tlm waters noon recede. attendance will fall far below tint euwti ior congress. The convention - rmnii i again tiea Hgure. The authorities will DR. H. M. CANNON. DEWTIST, fc.astSid S.piara. BUTLER, MO. 1 WILL UK IN POST ER, th- rtrnt MomUyin t-ach month iilaji. MKKW IN, 2i' Mdii. lay in arli moolb i day. AMSTEEDA . V. .-Jtx !a following iroon.1 Hooday, day. AMORKT, Friday foilowtDK tnond Monday i day AKCHIK, tl.ii.l Monday of ra-b month t daya. uniAs,c!i von. iar ol a'-li month Sdaya. rrH'" i an kinilHof l .nial work, foa .u.i.nUU in-. . II.M.i; .-NON, I. I). 8 DR. W. J. McANINCH, VKTKHINAKY SL'lUJKON. held here to-day wasenthusiasticand UP h n freiffht train which tumbled the situation by charging two. three lenecuy Harmonious, llie renom iut'.tion oi Colonel Benton was made by acclamation. The convention was called to order by B. F. Thomas, chairman of the District Committee. There were pres- .1.1 r - . . cm wcH-jiMieei li oia every county in on ine iracK just Mow this city to- five or more tickets f,- i,,,: day, and the Alabama & Vicksburg certain davs and at certain hour railroad is still tied up at Bankers' The charge has already Inen doule Creek and Pearl River. The Natchez led for admission in the early morn divisionof the Yazoo & Mississippi ing and after o'clock in theevenin Valley road will not be able to resume reirular trnftie fn c.-. l .i... I ' ' "un uatn un m.H t Scientifically treats all domestic aid iuais. Olliw at (talley's Feed Yard. ouiier, mo. Roan ).. the Fifteenth District, which includes aceount of the missing bridges. Tem- Signature Jasper, Barton. Newton. I porary repairs are beinsr made as f Vernon, Barry. Barton and McDon- raPi,Jlv as possible. aid, all in the southern part of Mis- Bryan's Health Perfect, souri. II. C. Jarvis of Vernon county n.n.c t was elwtetl chairman, T. D. Steel of J f Ap?1 19-BtPort Barry se retarv, J. T Livin-ton T ? T ? Dal,a" trom Jasper sergent-at-anns eW.ork ,tl,Jlt thestatement is leing r i Persistently printed there that Will Resolutions were adopted which re. .im T R.. 7 ,"f . ' " nftir.ne.l ri.fc.., . i.c , 11111 J" rj an s health is breaking The Kind You Haw Aiwars Bairtt t 0 ..r.oMnti. JOHN L. STANLEY SWITH & STANLEY LAWYERS. Office 2nd atalraeaat of Mo. State Bank. own, and that he nnnl.l nnt aKlii I mvcrwl at n. The to-night Woman Hangs Herself. Kansas City, Mo.. April is. Mrs. Allert (i. Lengel, wife of a printer, escaped from the Women's and Child ren s Hospital this morning, and hanged herself with a sheet to a bill .,v.i.. iirai rile I II V WJtS o clock hr W- tX"iT. A. B. Lndwlck DOOLEY & LUDWICK, LAWYERS. Office Over the Post Office i.iri ( n i w .i, 7 . . . , . : . l : ,. .1 1 .-u un ifei i.t lisiii as practiced i . . , if. t i . ..i:i..x.- , .. 1 "V . to stand another camna ?n. The Mr$- Ingel was suffering from ner. J. 8. FBANCISCO. . c. CLABK. Francisco & Clark. was uenounmi as as outrage on (people who took refuge under our flag. Sympathy for the Boers national campaign. Theissues upon was Mpm,spl1 T,w petple were con- which it is to te fought will be made ". . I'ndui prospects by the democratic party. n.u. LAWYEB8, niiconstitiitiMnollr. t... u ' "U,"J "",Jl" campaign. l ne - " ner- ., ...;.;. :: u:H1,,m" Republic cormmondent. t.,vi.t vou prostration when taken to the sta"" w u,ave c,"k- Over Ml.aonr. il 1 1 I I 1 I I 1 INI T il I irTl 'I ha I n 1 i . , . a. I " l "-"-I-i ' hunifn r 1 . . wi ,.,11.1 vt- ii .- . uw "w ew ua.vs ajro. and was. it .. ..., up uy long instance ns u-lieved bv her ,,hri,,in, ,u. ' I. - - -. I'".' 'icmriu- "What shall they lie? "Anti-iinjterialism, anti-militarism, anti-monopoly and death to trusts.'' Trust Legislation. Chirajro Dispatch. Republican congressmen are evi dently getting ready to advocate some sort of hypocritical legislation concerning trusts. One scheme which has already leen of redeeming the Government under Bryan's leadership. Congressman Bentons career was indorsed, espe cially "in defending ourstate against theslamlerous attack of Congress men uatrholdt and Pearce. telephone and asked him about his ed when the hanged herself She wn JU years old. and leaves two child ren. I After He Comes ! " he has a hard enough time. Everv-- 2 Tavlor Reported Indicted. Frankfort, Ky.. April 10. It is per sistently reported here to-night that governor laylor has been indictetl l).v the Grand J urv nml thai- ..e i . I - in m,,mi 10 ,n tnesecoiumns is to sug- dictment was returned th ges physical condition. IJis reply was 1 am just getting ready to go to tne state university to address th students. I shall deliver a San Ja .iunjii aiiaress at a picnic near Austin .Saturday next. On Tuesday next I nhall seak to the public at Wichita. Kas. Early in May I shall speak at Detroit and Port Huron c i - . -men., ana also at Toledo, O. I have never been in lietter health in mv life than 1 am now and don't expect to grow a bit worse. W. O. JACKSON, LAWYER, BUTLER, - . MO. W1U practice in all the courts. Thos. J. Smith, LAWYER, Can do to hch her chitH h n!,l d . One of t ie greatest Llessings Office over Bate Count v Bank can pve !.:i!i Hhei':c, t.ut to 4 dw tais.shw' ni.ist have Leaith htr- selr. She should use every meacs J Butler, Miourl Kentuckians Indicted. Frankfort, Ky., April 10. Indict- riving ronrw, over tn,S. LuvUnnd 0W (i V !,""n """" C'-J- it"TllAi--t- mi-Ill ... 1. . .1 - ii i in ill ii i M-a in riii -i t dust in the eves of the nL. r.;i i: n, - "Ul lo ine '""rder of senator Goebel ... - , . v.. viu.ruiui- savior returns froml cn eve of a political campaign. Washington. returns irom Green Golden is a cousin of Whar- Jude Cantrill h.,, I V oiuen. wno turned state's evi- probability be passed by eomrress for the arraignment of Hi " f -vS " J?nn ":u was a police- and if it should go through it would taker and "Tallow Dick" Combs in- IT ? "T "qnare- " Was have to W ratified bv three-fonrth J dictetl as nrincmi- e.:. , at Ston with Caleb . i u iur vrueuei I t v..i.rco,,urSin1Uiwi to make it ef-1 assassination, an.i Secretary of State feet!-i fi-.,ii Ti. . H ieu l owers and lr.r;., ti I, . i L'iuui i i mi ii i a-, z i Kepubhoan politicians do not de- Oavis, indicted as accessor tk. St . V. . as accessory to She should, by all ccaiis. sat -t.lv erself vi:a Friend. It will take her through the crisis eas: 1 y and quictvi v. it is a bpirnect which gives strecsth owers. The report sent out that Gov. Tav- ire to curtail the powers of the trusts attorneys on that dav win " ' er 01 ooeDel w demed by the ! v - - Tho. W. eilrrs. Butler. Mo Offw la rear of rrmert Bask. J. A. 811 Teri. Blcn Ulil, He Silvers & Silvers, ATTORNETS ;AT LAW Will practice la all the conrta. FIRE, LIGHTNING, TORNADO IXSUKANCi: that giveeaW lute irot-ction. The best companies in the world. FRANK ALLEN, Insurance Agpnrj With MissouriState Hank, Hutler.SIo. Missouri PhcIHr Hailwav Tiuie Ttblt at liutler Station. MOUTH MOUND I-.WA.V i iimr m tt. mi lal rrUht 10 A M 114 Stock Kipreaa (oia not earrr paaaenuer) t M f.m. aocTH uov no. 6:mi.U. 2? ? A N. o 1 47 p m Jo. Sll Local rretKht l-.Mf.U. INTERSTATE DIVISION. to. 849 Depart 7 to A M. Wo. SM) Arrive n:M 4. g, E. C. VDmofli, Acal. s . mi K. C. Pittfburgi Gulf Time Table. Arrival and depart a re of train at Wor!aa4. MOHTIt HOUND So. I KanaaaatT rtally Fxpreaa ....jj 4a. av " " " Mall 1:17a B. aOL'TH ROUND. o. S Throonh Port Arthar Extre,l 41 So. 4 Siloam Sprlnva fcipren. l:i&a Remember thla la the bopnlar ahort llntW .ween Kanaaa City. Mo. . and fl'tabnr. tu , loplln. Mo , Neoeho, Mo.. Aolphor aurlun. ront from tbe aootb 'to St Loola. Chleaio, and point north and nrth.ut ..H tn rt. Oa-den. San rrancleco. Portland and MtsM west and northweet. No enpenae bit kM 'P."r. to he paeneuer eqalpineBttr tbla line aecond to none In the went Trwa ia the new line 11 c Oa Oen'iPaca Art.. Eana City, Ma DR. E. S. BALLARD, PHT8IC1AH AND SCBGEOS. UlST Co: J UCJCe OV"Tmb'i'8 DrogHtore. Went many way, but they realize that hail and file petitions n.t .i. t-,... .nnnmifr. i . nui teen nseti. I lih.-s-u 10 uav ith jrreat contiilein in t. c - v a 1 v C" v VJ pidity of the people, republican lead- j5S7.SSft;r ersbeheve they can fool the voters bOB- Swwr New jerleym bSifeu".. .l.h" ?? . "Jir Thirtten Were Drn.i otrv IB Hnrt n I " " worth roadinc by a sham fight on the trusts. WS! wia,i wSS f which were 20 members of the in tnis eSA th. l..: VAlnaHIa ir. ( v, - . ,-i..V..v A." v i -'iiiiii; jHiui-i """ " -""vaLie eather. Bingen, April 18. A boat, on board members of the ssociation, while ! tnon sense will snow you that the stronger the muscles are. which bear the strain, tbe less pain there will be. living in Fort Wavne. Mother's Friend did Praise God for J. M.CHRISTY, M.D. S.A.ROE.M.D. Diaae of women ' Children. SpeciMtyT nV'jJZZ!.? DR- CHRISTY & ROE. j Office The Over Botler Cwh Depart- iuffui oiore, tJutler, ifo. Hooae Telephone 10. Offlce Telephone 30. A woman Ind., savs wonders for me. yo-or liniment. Kea1 th; f-r.r, TT 1 r , " Mother's Friend H a Mes to T F' BOULWARE, Phyalel.n aJ a.l women who tindergo natore s o Sa?eon-. Omce nortn aide aqnaxe. orueai oi cmlci birth. Get Mother's friend at the dreg store. SI per bottle. Butler. M rn " V " B,uc 'l. en a .elil t" WOme "d Ch Wthiif I ("rnciinr. T: m- ' I -. T'-;" DO I nrin n nrr-.-. . host and no attempt to fool tK. bio .Wm.k-tL ... . . 1 were drowned. DR. J. T. HULL DENTIST. Parlors Over Model Clothing Co. k- "ri far oar f - iTtiist-afed bock. Pwr- The lU-ht IkmI for intelWtaal Thoulit. No man ran vote intflllirmtiv nniui w thinka totelllifntlT. Jn thiatim- lif'wtnid rumors of warn" the jrrea tent aid to iDU-lila-eal thinking and the best food ror lnu-llie thftarbtia that newmiatM-r mi,i-h i. .f..uh and beet. important pohtirl feue are dnilv rrnwiaa more Iniuortant. An intrlli v-tit nnt..r.tiui. Intr of the policy of a nation or a rn-n i,iiunl iSrtT i KOrnethinir to le dfrred. and It U lix daty of every citin to tboroairhlT Inform Bin- au uiKn ir, n-a'iin topli-aor the day. The Semi-Weeklv K-finhlie In the rrealMt and bent of all newariarx-m. It I-1 .rr.i.hlr aad cable newa -r ir- excels that of aay mtr. npnnw ine nw news roily: not imaf native n-urr-D--a but donx-atic- and world- distant, folly aulh-n tirated fat. Tbe )iici-of the a-reat fK.lltl al r artlea are now bring formed and the randidaf-a diaeoatl now It- tun- to mhncn Ik- f..r tli t-mt tnr4i' nm of kwpior in touch with the whole world, the erui-M eklv l. i,nhlir le worthy of attention la the Bepiiblia SffoJ Marazine. It i repl-u-eaj-h iatae wltk the best of jecial articles written by the best literary talent. Iu 1-aotiful half tan lllaa trations have already mad 't famous and tbeif quality and quantity will be preserved. Nws features of abrbina: lnu-rt are lllos. trated and enlara-w upon in a manner eqoal the bifrb pri'ed rnaraJue. K-nt of earreot Interest are a-t forth la enUrUinina: styls. There is homor in tu vgm, Unt, and for benefit or the ladiea the lat-t farts faafcioa are eavh wk ezqoiaitely displayed and da acrlbed. The Republic's Sunday Maiauaa at standard. The subscription price of the Semi-Weeklf Republic is 1 tier year. The Republic Cuadar Matrazine pr year. ISotb papers are aw beinar offered at tbe very low price of one year. To secure this low rate both mast b ordr-d and avi4 f-,r at the earne time. Addrt-w ail order to Ibc hcpablie. W. Lonia, .Mo. TflBLER'S BUCKEYE OINTMENT CURES NOTHING pUTflES.i ,A 8URE and CERTAIN CUBE1 known for IS years as th DEST REMEDY for PILES. t i ' ! f ! SOLD BY Ail. IfKl'OCtSTS. i ty r.zsitzzzs xc. c, rr.