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f'r J i , M ! ( I i I f I t f it , f H t i ! i'S 'J ' i h CUBA TOLC SHE MUST. ACCEDE. The President Makes Demand for Certain Concessions. SALOON SMASHED' IX INDIANA TRUST TO EVERY BILL. NAVAL STATIONS WAXTEI). Monroe Doctrine Must Be Kecoi;ni2.d in Constitution. Washington, Feb. KJ. As a result f a conference between President McKinley ami Secretary Itoot suple- mentnl instructions were sent to Gen Wood to call the attention of the Cubtn constitutional convention to the importance anl necessity of in eluilinr tne requirements of this gov criiiiu-iit in the constitution. It is demanded that the Monroe doctrine nhall be recognized; that Cuba Khali not mortfrare the inland to any for eign power: that the United States bejriven the rhzht to establish naval BtarioiiH at Havana, (luantaiiumo, Nipe, tVnfueros and the riht to maintain at least a part of the pres ent military force in the island, and that the I'nited States shall assist Cuba in maintaining a stable gov ernment. On account of the situation in Cu ba there has Iwen renewed talk of the probability of an extra session of congress. The president has reiter ated his desire to have congress take . aetion in relation to Cuba at the earliest possibleiiioiueiit.and advices ; received from (Jen. Wood within the last two days are said to be of such m character as to make an extra ses sion practically imperative. The Cuban planter now in Wash ington trying to have theduty taken off tobacco imported from Cuba into the United States and to obtain oher modifications of the tariff in favor of Cuban products, have been advised to go home and tell their people it is impossible to grant them any such favors, leeause until a Cu ban government has been organized a reciprocity treaty cannot be nego tinted, while Cuba has nothing to giv.' in return for concessions, and there does not seem to be a disposi tion on the part of anyone in Cuba to grant any concessions to the Tint e,t States. An effort is leing made to use this opportunity to open the eyes of Cu bans to the necessity of favorably considering the demands of the l'nit ed States as to the provisions of the new constitut ion. Senator .Morgan, chairman of the committee on interoeeunie canals, agrees that it is necessary for the United States to retain coaling and naval stations in Cuba. Informa tion recently sent to his committee by Capt. Sigsbee, chief intelligence officer, shows that there are in the West Indies 18 ports under control of Great Britain, four under France, one under the Netherlands, two under the Dutch and two under Denmark. Of the British ports, the most, im portant are on the islands of Ber muda and Jamaica. To offset these stations on the southern side of Cuba are essential. Senator Morgan sas the strength of the British outposts show the wis dom of the navy department in se lecting naval stations in Cuba, and emphasizes the necessity of this country retaining possession of them. Favored Rich Divide the People's Mil lions With Lusty Greed Republi cans Are in Fright. OBJECT TO PUNISHMENT. Crawfordsville Women Engaged in Combines and Corporations Wrecking Tour Saloon Man Patrol All I omclotr. of Nearly Killed. I ... . . . Washington. -' f-.l,-..:!!,. T...J L-..1. 11 r, I - Vlitrt It IJ U" t 111", 1 fU. i anti saloon riot at Jacksonville, near here, rnped all niht. A meeting of n pi WC nrrn .a, TDr.Q.jpV women win oeen enneij to uiscush the work being done in Kansas by Mrs. Nation. Enthusiasm ran high and every hatchet, ax, club and brick in the neighborhood was col lected PDeedilv. With Mrs. Snyder in the lead the women advanced to the near-by saloon of Dan Grimes. Without warning half a hundred bricks were hurled against the glass front. The inmates scrambled through the back door. Meanwhile the women had gained the inside and demolished the large mirror and emptied all the bottles on the floor. Fauc ets in w hisky bar rels were turned open and the liquor and wines were several inches deep Grimes rushed into the saloon and choked Mrs. Snvder almost into in sensibility. Her friends were quickly to the rescue, however, and with labs and with the bricks that were eft beat him almost to death A large crowd soon gathered upon the scene ami free for-all tight c ued. Grimes was knocked down lown and kicked into insensibility y the husband of Mrs. Snyder. Mrs. Stephen Garret was struck in the a e by a beer bottle and her hea smashed. Meanwhile the wotnn ook to their heels and left the tight to t he men. The condition of Grimes is seriou and he may not recover. Mrs. Sny der is also in a critical condition The three saloons have closed uni will not attempt to open till law an order are restored. TO MEET ON THE UKIDGE. El Paso Invites President McKiulex and Diaz. El Paso, Tex., February Tie board of directors of the chamber of commerce has extended invitations to President McKinley and Presi dent Diaz to meet on the interna tional bridge across the Rio Grande river, at i ins point, on the ;th ay of .May next. On that date President McKinley is expected to pass through here on his western tour, and Presi dent Diaz will be in the city of Chihu ahua dedicating the big government STILL PARTY WHIP CRACKS. Washington, D. C, Feb. 14. "There is nothing so thankless as to object when schemes and interest are organized to loot the treasury. The tremendous expenditures constantly fefore our eyes are so demoralizing t our minds t hat we are incapable, of understanding: and appreciating: them. When the people once realize the situation, and it is too early yet probably, those who are responsibl for these expenditures will call upon th" rocks and mountains to hid t hem from the wrath of the people. Everv measure is urged liecause it has some great imlustrv of i:i'c-tt r class behind it. When we get to t h end of this congress and ligureup th" appropriations the sum will be larger, very much larger, than any estimate that has been made, and it is just in such times as this that dan ger comes in." This statement was made with em phasis in the senate to-day by Sena tor Eugene Hale of Maine. The xtra valance of the appropriations or this congress, as it draws to its close, is startling-, even to conserva tive republican leaders. Mr. Lodge, of Massachusetts, fol lowed Mr. Hale. He, too, mounded t he alarm. We are pushing along," said Mr. Lodge, to the billion dollar mark in our appropriations, and we have got to draw the line. We have reach- e 1 the point now when the people are becoming alarmed.'' SKK DAMiKIt SIHN.VL AI1KAP. It is at last dawninir upon the re publicans that public vengeance might be meted out to the party in power, and it is said that word has cone' from the president and the sec retary of the treasury that appro priation bill must lw cut down. Ac- c irding to Senator Hale, the amount will be much larger than unv esti- the sundry c ivil bill for payment of the rent was up in th house. The j democrats tried to amend by ordering I the secretary ot the treasury, in paying-the rental, to withhold .",0,o(H and s quare the account. The repub licans under the party lash rejected the amendment. Thepoint involved was that the bank paid the jS.'O.OOO j the title would then vest in the prop erty l ome liable to state and city taxation. In other words, there- publican majority to-day stood by Mr. Gage and the republican bosses in exempting a three and a quarter million dollar projierty belonging to the Standard Oil company from local taxation. iMoSMuiJ It M - - - VsV See two (rirls in another column Kthermif prapt-8 lor Speer'8 wine. Read all all about tuern. Speer's wines are unexcelled by any in tne world. American Institute Farmer's Club. Heort te wines of Alfred Sneer, of Pacai? . New Jersey , trie most rvliaMi", an'1 liife Oporto urape w ine as superior to any in tne world. BOY THIEVES CONFESS. theater there, and Gov. Ahumada will endeavor to have President Diaz '';'" that has been made on the come on to Juarez to meet President ilu(r "f 1,1,1 ';ite. The Mainestates MeKinlev. The chnmlier of com- ii'an had in mind the fact that tie mrce has appointed a committee to estimates have been as high as SS Re arrange for the meeting of the presi dents, and a handsome pavillion will be erected by the cities of El Paso and Juarez in the center of the inter national bridge, the widest bridges spanning the river between the two cities, and the meeting of the heads 000,000. Is it a fact that there is to lie a 'billion dollar" session? A " billion dollar" congress was repudiated in i --- - 100. Even the appropriation of lS!)f. when we paid for the Spanish war. were far short of the estimates TO FELL STRENGTH. of the two American republics win f this session. The military budget take place on this pa villion. atone tins year is nearly 400,000,- 00. 1 Ins is significant in the light of the fact that excepting the year of the civil war, the military budget done calls for more money than it cost to run this government any year, war, navy, pensions and all otner expenses included, from the foundation of the government until 1SD3. This fact, and the fact tht Condemned Chinese Leaders Prate st Aainst Extreme Penalties. Pokin, Feb. 1:1. At least three of the Chinese to w hom Emperor Kwang Su sent a choice of suicide in pursu ance of the demand of the powers for their punishnieut with death have Army is to he Recruited to the Max? mum of 100,000 Authorized by Congress. Washington, Feb. IJU Accordin; to the present plans of the war de- our military budget is over twice as partment, the army istobe recruited large as that of any nation in the to its full authorized strength of 1 world, is alarniimr. but the nbrm 100.000 men. The regular army mounded too late. The interests be- now consists of about 07,000 men, hind the extraordinary raid upon including the troops in the Philip- the treasury by this congress are all pines, so that the new establishments ! powerful in the republican party. The are limited to about :!0. 000 men. j appropriations will go through as It is realizee by the officials that it j seeduled. speeches made by such men will take a long- time to secure ko as Senator Hale and Senator Lodge many men. but the full machinery of b?ing at the same time preserved for the army is U-ing extorted in that ' use "l the next campaign, direction, with gratifying results.! The republicans are' tied hand and ( Her -"00 recruits were obtained last foot to the interests that furnished Ther Saw a Man Burving His Gold and Dug it Up. Kansas Citv. Mo.. Feb. 1:. Two lads of and 10. who were arrested here last night with ssoo in gold coin in their possession, confessed to-dav that the money was part of 1000 which they stole from Fred j Puechert. a second-hand dealer of Indianapolis. Ind.. one day last week. Chief Quigley, of Indianapo lis, wired Chief Haves this morning to hold t he bo vs. t hat lie was coming with requisition papers. The boys give theiruames as Clar ence Gordon and Hoy Hiiev, but it is believed that thev are Clarence Catt and Charles Hi.-e, of I.-dianapo- lis. The boys said at first that they came here Irom the east. A week ago thev were in Terre Haut , Ind., and while walking- one day near the Van- dana and w abash tM.ige they saw two men engaged in burying some thing. As soon as the nn-n had dis- lppeared Gordon and Kiiey hurried to t he Hpot sad dag- up a sack full of gold. This was so much lietter than wail ing for iiion.-y from home that the youi g liii'ii started westward without saying anything of their find. This afternoon t hey confessed t hat t hev si oe t he money, out re fused to give their real names. Yoiiii" Girl's Suicide. The Iviiul Yon Have Ahvajs llou-M, nml vhiel, v. lit 111 use for over HO jears, ha li .riie tho sliiatn ami has been made under hU pfT sonalM-iu rvMoii since its Infant, Allow' no one to !oeeiv v 1. v?' AH Counterfeits, Imitations ami .) ust-as-gMl" are Experiments that trifle with ami endanger the health rf Infants and Children Kxperienev against llxprlmeaj. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pa porie, Drops and Soothing- Sjrops. It is Pleasant. It eontairis neiiber Opium, Morphine n,r other Xarcotk substance. Its a-c is its j'uarauiee. It destroy Worn and allays IVveri..hness. It outs Iiarrluea and Win Colie. It relieves Teetlii.;v Tr noies, ures Constipation iiiid FJatuleney. St assimiiates tli-.' 1mmI. rei?nl.itiu v. ml Jo.eN, gii.i ' ?'.;. :tiiv and iiatnml . OJtTIL i!u r's Friend. UA ALWAYS Stomach The CLi2drciiro iM'K-.tva-T.te .1 t , vprt V 1 rv Yi r ""turn .ffi 2 5? Years. "V- r't'T"' A ofa. Missouri Pacific Railway Time Table nt Hutler Station. .SOKTIl ROUND 'O i 5 MA.M O. 4 'llMr. M. 1" 1 S.'. P. M 'o t? T-orRt --!irM I1:K P M 14 stock Exfir-e8 i-loe not carry paseenKer) 3:3:5 p. m. SOiTTH BOUND. -0.9 5:0S A M f. 5 YiT. V M ) I P M i.511 I.or.l Fr1irht P. M. IXTKIthTATK 1I VISION o. S4't Deprrt 7-20A.M o SVt Arrlv.. 11:89 A. M E. C. Vkdhvooht, Afrrot. K. C. Pittsburg i Hulf Time Table rrlval nii.i 'lc(itrturf ol train at Worland soi r II HOI ND Jo 1 Kaneaa Cltv lU Kiraa 12:4'.tt. m "io.3 ' Mall 8:17 a m boctii ni i). in. 2Thron-h Port Arthur Kxirec,i.2:41 t . ii Jo. 4 Sllounj Sprlnifs Kprp -.':ftp n itcmeriiDf r ici. Is IM poj.ulftr short line Im. in Knneaa Cltv. Mo. . an1 Pl'tabnrir . Kan . . 'oplln. Mo , NnoBho. Mo. Snlphur Splines t t-lloam Sprinra. Ark.. n th "Urr1 'itf trorn tfco ..ii:h to St Lonla CMrazo m l point, north ant northeast anl to l)nvfr, sr.lfc. San Krancltco. 1'ortlatirl and point. st anl northwest. No eipenae baa ben nareii to make the pagneMrer HODlpmfnt tif his line spcomj tr none In the west Travel "a the new line H.C Our. Gen'iPasa. A(tt .. K anna. City, Mo Arkansas Citv. Kan.. Fel. 1M. Winnie 1 1. mien, a l.Vyenr-ohl selmol-g-irl. committeil sui- j.lelatethis even ing- by shoot ing herself in the head with a $-caliler revolver. She h id remarked to playmates yester day t hat she was g-oing- t kill her self, but apjieared to be joking about it. Mie left a note addressed to Charles Lew-is. a young- man of this city, who has been keepiusr comoauv ...:.i 1 1 .... . 1 i 1 1 I Office o-r Nii-liols' lioo Sf0'e. Fact sid nuilllHr, tiui Mini nirmiv JllieO uer I iiare. Keaidr-m e on Ohio street -'n, d.Kir s-.vin.r ! ,11,1 tl.; r,.-lf .,. torweat S-hd hnil.llDt eonth ai.le. r.-tf to all; you will never know how much I love you, Charlie." The bullet lodged at the base of the brain, and she lived for two hours, but was not conscious alter the shooting:. P, L. Payne, (VI. D. PHVSICIAX AM) fcriUJKOX. The I lest Ftiod for Inteimuk Thought. No man ran vote Inu-llirpntlr uia think int.lliK' ntlv. In thlitinieofatn J luiiii'isuiHfln iiitr iirriutl aia lOIBWltu thinkinK ami the hint food for Iniu,. thought ia that Dfwnaer uhlok li gntM and 1.1-nt lniitortant political Uitot-t ara dailv more lniMrtaiit. An Inti Uigent nadoniul Intf of the policy of a nation or a f reat inu J party i Hoiin'tlnnK to be ilcired, aad II 11 3 uuty 01 every cmxi-n 10 inoronnbl; larorakafl aen uixm ine leauins u:ira or the dir The Semi-Weekly Krpulille I tb. fTtiM ami ui'Hioiau new Hpaper.. It lelrrukit cahle nea wrviee excel, that of ajt mi paper. It prinin th new nfwi folly; aol law inativt- oH-iirrt-ni-. uui uoiiiimuq di.tant, fully anlheiitlcatei larla. 'I he policies of the areat pollticat partM iH now hciiiK formed and the randidftleadiwuJ now Ik the tune to Milmrrtlie for th bm 11111 of kci-pir.K In touch with the whul. wmt. the Seinl- eeklv K.-imlillP. No lean worthy of attention la th aVfaUtr hutwlav .Maira.ine. It ID replete nack lam. ru the lHNt of .pecial article wiittB br Uu Wfl lit-rary talent. M heautirnl half lua IU1 tration have already inade 't fanmu. aai larl quality ami quanta, will wprwr'ji Nt-we f'-ntiin-H ot nlmorlilnn later.t anilli tratcil ami enlnriri n tiixin In a manaornaa! th" hiirh priced maaine. fcvenu of vrml interest are act forth Id t-ntartalaiar t; '1 here I humor in it page, too, anil tor ttf Oenent or the laillca the late.t fart Ikfltw are each week exquixilcly diviiUyed and f acrln.-d. standard 1 he Kiihacription pricf of the Aml-v.rt KepuMic 1 vl per year. 1 he Kepuhuc ? Maicazine fl.'J.'i per year. Itoth airr amiH beintf offered at the vi rr low pn of MUM one year. To nccure thin low rate bota ail orderi'il anil itaifl for at the name tifa. Addre all order to lb UrpsMU, t Ixjuin, Mo. acrih-l. The Ki publlc'i Snndajr !' 4 Fortv Boers Killed. Durban, Natal, Feb. l-l. The IWr losses when they were attacked by DR. H. M. CANNON. DENTIST, East Side Square, BUTLER, MO. I W ILL JiK IN FOSTER, the flrst Mondavin each month 2dayi. AUCHIK, third Mondayof each month 2 day. ADRIAN, 2d and 4th Monday add Tuesday of each week. 1 . , , . 11. 1 1 . i' wuvaii ftiu'inoi ikiumi wor. i.un lieu, r renca at l.rmeio, iasl weeK, I saltation free. H. M. C V i.SO.N, D. I. 8 are said to have been fortv men killed and 200 made prisoners. Many women lose their girlish J jrms aite: DR. W. J. McANINCH, V KT E It I X A It Y K U It G EON. Scientifically treats all domes-tie ani mals. Office at Wailey 8 Feed lard. Rutler, Mo. DR. E. S. BALLARD, PHYSICIAN AND SL'RGEON. they become mothers. This is due to net?-I rko . , , , T. . . i -l-l. t- L , , Office overTrimble' Drugstore, West IecU I he figure can be preserved bevene I hm. nf ! IfiliL- -Itl.l it - t. . 1 . 1 1 -v-ll, ..,....;. ...,.4? 1 T .wiituJ ..,nir ...,.ii... 1.' vi v.i.i teu 1 uar inucn ' tunu. lnenavmentot ... ' ' o't rer iroirress wi t. m-nb n-i.on tLeir no hrii :o ;i.-.iinn ; r.- 1...: ah th-recruit ing; ngen.-i.-s are in full m-'''1 our of the treasury of tlie has withdrawn his request, that they ; should destroy themselves. His M ijesiy now telegraphs Prince Ching that when he agreed to the terms of t le ioint note the latter only requir ed that the punishment should tit T.'ie crime, and he argues that if the worst of the guilty deserve death, the others should Ih banished. The foreign envoys. tn the contra ry, say that even those who are least guilty deserve death, and as there is "9 ore ptmishin?ut. all must suffer that enaly, althar.gh if China should ask to make distinctions n- or-ranon. United States. HOI NTV TO Oil. I DM FINE. j 1 1. .!!. . ). . - I , I'.ieie .1 uctv pas.-es mat some! I t. The senate sn-'i ial interest ,, ....n., eonni-ine i all army 11. m- sr, i:i f iv,,r T,...i.,,- i Oil Dank of New York was the recipi- i during the great striia fc :.'?rc " iru:, fc-t --ut of public iKMinty at the hands of ! to contract rurally afterward. t'.enerals Are Centirmeil. Washington. I Vb y esterta. iiiatious that had been sent t'ie president, with tliesi.l" tion of the infantry lieate:- u t -i 1 Till 11 -1 ?. T I .X. 1 . 11 " 1 - ' ivneiiii. oo-i. 1 L" i-ci:intrv bej and (.irunt are included in the oriira'Uers contirmed lier7--t r lip MM preserved beyene question if the ex- pectant mother J. M.CHKISTY, M. D. constantly use s. a.rSe, M.D. '.ar. Eye, No treat spec) a, ife&2r'$ DR- CHRISTY & ROE. Dlaeaaea of women and Kar, Eye, Km. and tniHircD a specially. 1 Croat speeialiat. in by ex during the who! period of pregr:2 The earlier its mx is begun, the more per fectly will the shipt be preserved. not o:i ens - r.i relaxes the r OfEce The Over Hntler C.h Depart- tuent Rtore, B-itlr, Mo. Offlee Telephone 2". House Telephone 10. TC. BOULWARE, PhytlcUr. irr Surgeon. OfEce riortn aide tounr. Butler, Mo. Dfaease; of women and chU en a specialty. DR. J. T. HULL DENTIST. Parlors Over Model Clotbinp Co. 0 JHHniMOtllH Ml MM"1 i THE KANSAS CITY WEEKLY TiY.ES Fifty-Two Issues Twenty-Five Cents. I Kansas City Times Co- KanhabCitt.UO' oooeaeoaa 1 D Ti- V; i Ettranr. iarr thatlt-ai: to iIalorx' . I Sto llo worth a!' mmirt Rrtl-r. V tiie rejeibliean majority of the house. ' "Ts unsightly ivriruces away, iaj witii the contract thoroughly- familiar ' n'fr cnacnata rcUun tftlf P-r- 7- ' Itk.'Ir 5 ynCSa ts tnat famovrs ct.Ut-2 'le t t.:-t. t . . . : tenera s is in-.t.U with rt. b-.nl- , . 1 k-UlW i-urairj wwks;- y 1 . - - - ... i . M I'Hll- Ml I f an, u :.son are ma,, bn-adier n- the old New York .-ustom honse pre-? JZTr?' T 1 I erals and are to be retired. ; Vih -or -' ree or, I , i V' i nearly patn; fetalis u:. ; Ti.ere was no ?. ... " ' Xrtl ?'s ccnstituttonal strength, so tha. srrdin- tlie crimes. he ,-an .nt,a " 1 ' . ' Atl u" ,1! "i0 1 i!' luars- hul 1!1 a-t for about ' she emcr?a Jrom the ordeal witaout dicker. I the woi-st either to qnarteriz or to iti,u ' " " ll'P i i- the effect ol ? UOKES RUTH?NG BUT PILES. .4 I PAPMFPfifl' '"'A SURE arrl CERTAIN CUBrfi f." VrT VZ. ZT2T- FABLER'S $ BUCK EYE 9 Aisfirw,'!- a .krh and "j lU-fw .'-rt-iiri ,.ir .fHivm T,mf,mw HUB On t' t .r. m m r, i..flti-rh MuD Scientific Jfincrlcai sum-other form of Hi'iiese r iu' - - rental on mr,w neaa by us rcbtctness aci vjgc l uless the court chan-es its view r r,w.r, aith . purchase prk-e. les.s -50,000, to th tfflJ7 Cstratc-d beck for t v SE t1-1;,,un,.i;.f0.attU. : . uuk 01 eat.- fred t of the mirprnmput ff M--a,e. tarn, to that of brigauier general. j Ttxlay tbe"aPpropriVion itm in i THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. j ( 1 i ATLANTA. CA. j iKVSX i 1 ' f uuf m-i.'-r US'! ' Kir- "l - arf yw. f-.ir tr.,.';'.U, L tjHl tjai Jk SURE ar.d CERTAIN CURE known for 13 years as the ST REMEDY for PILES. j CAT Ta m t- ft T T tkDfW'TTff jarrf 1 1 -m m Ar-uvn I 7 C 1 ! " 4. W. Cor. 4th 1 na am Sta..Ci"k-J-"