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it lmp y Dispatch. A TALK Macon niche Hi I i. IMPERIALISM VS. THE TU ITON. The treaty with the Snltaii of military Sulu negotiated by Gen Bates in behalf of President McKin ley and signed by Gen. Otis, is the most remarkable document known to American history. The most zealous Imperialist will catch his breath an I yasp when he re. ids this most aston ishing document. The summary il the treaty to be found in another colnm enumerate six articles. the fourth of which h as follows: The United States agrees to preserve existing social condit ions, on condition, that every person held in bondage or own ership under grant of tllC Stilt' CONSTI. So this is McKlnley eapatMion. i Bucklen's Arnica Salve, n.t 1 1- m f u i ; a t The bestsah " in th world fui-C'iita U'veruilK-Ut?--Post BrulBL-s, Sores, I'li: Halt Wu-nm I Fever So re 1 1 Tetter, chapped bandi ; Chilblains, Corn-;, and all Skin WITH COMANCHE I Eruption! and poattvely curoi Pile I or uo pay required, it is guaranteed I to fire perfeot atltaotton or money UOm- rstubded. Price 28o, for sain hv It BHOWN & ELY, " PHYSI IAN andSU-GhONS, BILL. Republican : the medicine falttr. o Wood. j whose operations In ihe towns i about here, have been pretty thoroughly ail vertiseil. was in Macon, Friday, baying just harvested the fool crop at Clar ence. He talked to a reporter ,Tsinl ..... 1 1 city Attorney won unarming lrauicmss. "Oh. yes; business i good. Foll;s like to buy my medicine, ever the hea I thiest looki.igmen vainly struggling against Ihe temptation. I am told lhat City Directory. an, or by individual purchase many ot them expect to yet a shall belen titled to his liberty dollar back-with every bottle, upon the payment of $20. Amer icau money, to the crown. President McKiniey recog nizes slavery 111 a territory un der the jurisdiction of the United States, and agrees to preserve it. This is in viola tion of the thirteenth amend ment to Hie Constitution which is as follows: Neither slavery or involun tary servitude, except as a punishment for crime where of from ten to a dozen big hearted. the party shall have been duly noble fellows who respond." and do not like to remove the impression. 1 am naturally ten iler hearted Hit.) nhrtnk from shattering such rosy hoprs. " When asked as to tlif number wuo usually respond..' i.i his request for some one to give him a dollar to do as he pleased with, and his pleasure invaria bly is to put it into his pocket, he said : "Why. there are ordinarily CITY OFI : -MT ifs,yor SMDMlKorth ruiioe judge W. b. Steven iw leftheni. K l r W III l - , I CltyClerk .. ,,, vv r.-mfl I city Treasure! it K. Linn Colle('tor j. i mh. A K RlltllK MfeetOommlMtoner j. a. jlirm Alukmikn: First Wanl-J fi Inntt ! U Qra'ly: teeend wnni-n. . ::.v. j w Rail Tatrd wr.l-A. Boniwsre, n. i. Mtlann 3 .'crvt Societies. I Masonic Monroe Lodrc Kn.tu : u A M., raeeU first and third Satm day rtfghtaof eaoh month. onroe City. R A. Chapter, No. 104, meets fourth Monday nisrbts in cacti month. Odd Pkllows-Monroe City Lodjrc No. 368, meets everyThursday nlrht. Rebeksh, Monroe City Lodge, No. ICS, meets first and third Tuesday aijrjhu ui enau monui. Tin. i? v ,.t A -. ..... ... ... , j, will nleel elu.,.v xiiui-siia.v evening in the M VV hall. Monroe City. Missouri Offlco. orcr Haney a laeadon Drag store, Dr. Ely mahss a ipwtalt el Bjrs, Kr and Skin l .... - ALEXIS D. BELL, .. LAWYER AND NOTARY PUBLIC. ., COLLECTIO"" VPUY MADE. Commorelal, Cr .. rial and Probate Law, a Fo Malty. wn itsetles t-oflict- over Frtrm . ,, i'n i;is nf the State i.l .Mt-rrliHiiti t'.nnk. NION OS CITY, MO. tome Nii. 'i-'t Cllloefe iU C. r.il . n I -tililcsgt A K. .Ot Sim "41 - in " ; HMuknei I : ij c;. .v; Hail Ji . in l" St . Liil K. II. h Hviiwr : A a in t II- Local Kteljilil i . i . I vt R- T o. Ma0hleege t;K.c. i.ii... nfi m .; ChleajiOs. K. C. . . r mi 1 " I Denver . an r, ., " is st. Loiii. k. (.:.& Denver i;W m " t 91 Local Krrlnlit . . .0::t) m id . ;j Prslfhl r.:io m Stop on slKnuln kii.1 leave paMenftM j aii traini nsrks 1 1 are datl except lendsjp, ah othsra datlv Free chair car on No. I and i bVtWSi'N St. ' I. ouls and K..: CltV. 1. It. LYON. Axitil Dr. W. B. A. McNUTT Pays peul(il nt tent tou to diseases )i' srotnen and children. Oflb-sAvltli it Jtoft nion inurnur rL MiHHouri. IvaoMitH & Texas ltnll way Co. Time Table. plv utueiiu ': Dl'Uil lenu. No. Tel iitOV N'i. '' ; i r. . .; 111,9 a m 131X1 i m ttl I s ul i'MFRJ, and MERCHAN BANK. JONRO (TV Ml I... . M.ir.i hintmc tin pay ,rll ei. i.HBk.- ri . nui "I l'rmf Msrebnoi n,i wtttrr-. iiMWd ii-cn-it' o.-rattfi-d to pt.iilif convicted. kIiu.II exist within the United Slates, or any place subject to their jurisdiction. Did not McKinley swear to uphold the Constitution and laws of the United States? Why then does he repudiate the constitutional provision which cost a million Uvea and billions of dollajtt? Why does he, claiming juris diction tor the United States S. NORTH. Prosldem. W. t. P. I 3 t J C e'.lor. TKAINH lUOtn. i No, t5Psitagei Jl--rafener J.",!-. Local Freiati. .. Bl Ltiil ly Baci Suialay. Tll.VINH MOktH' No. ld..fsssstl(Sr -:'. a ra JJ-favseiiKor ::l , in " t5'2--Local KrelRlit ii: I p m M JUaily except Sunday. Others I aily JAS. BARKKR. 0, P. & T. A. St. Louin. Mo. K. B. SPAIIK. Kea The following Wabash trains over the Katy d(W stops here tor passengers. No. 9, 4:1.) p. m. to Kansas City. No. 8, 10:52 I p. m. to Chicago. Dk. W. T. KUTvEtHifc. "The fellows who bite with me are too "pore to riad pa pers and they never get to see what the papers say about me. But I don't see why you fellows want to roast me. I never hurt any of your customers. The men I get are the fellows who always thin it their home titer chant is cheating them. They are so stingy they use warts on the back of their necks tor col Modkkn Cmp night over the Archipelago yet make ar buttons. They invest with a treaty recognizing the go? ,lle because they havemysteri eminent of a slave holding, ously gotten the idea that they polygamous mouarch guarau- are about to get something tor teeing him protection agaiust I tithing." foreign aggression and prcuas iug to eaaitrtaia slaveiy It is a violation of bis in auguratiou oatls. But tbe State Department HOG CIHOLERA CURE James I. Potter of Fabiushad X slioats. Five took the chol era aad two died before he did anything tor them, lie then li tit the 24 shoats up iu a pen or drink. He filled a & pail kettle with vermifuge, our graudmoth- tr' rMinlv for viirmi -n hrh army and the Sultan with the ., . if .lt . ... tn v that grows wild in tin coun- protests that, after all, the documentis not a treaty; that litloul M Q t ii ia ui u issiiimh ikiKi .' of a diplomatic character, . as it was entered into between tbe woodmhn Monro e (.itv i , vwap, sto. aanximoeu every Friday I IT fit ... v. v. .Monroe city IMiife. No meets first and third Kridav fi P N T I S T nijfht. of each month. J U Cs X Xv MOW SO R CITY. MO. r&rve?v letephone, No 50. W. T. YOUELU Licensed Auctioneer, consent of President McKinley. and that it will not be referred to the Senate try. He boiled this down to two quarts. He put a quart into a bucttet of slop and fed it The army! What has the army to his pigs and next.day repeat H. E. O. Sisterhood, Monroe City r meets the second and fourth Saturdays in each month. Masonic, Colored.-AdTanoe Lodge itw. , meets Orst and third Tuesday uiirnva iu eacn month. SUPKKMK COCRT Or HONOK. M011 roe District Court meets ewy Mon- mj lllni. AhCIV.'l. ........ ist. and 3rd Tuesday in each month. Hrthlbheh Chaptkr No. 41 m-ta 1st mursday in each month. Vimiivi.i' wvwm murm v in each month. Ckarchee. BAPTIST Elder J. H. Kit, astor Praetkins; every Sunday morning oa rening Sunday eehool a 5 B. Y. P. IJ. 7 p. bb. Sunday. Prayer meeting Wednesday eTenlng IWaoons meeting at 2 p, m. the last Sunday in each month. CHRISTIAN Services eves y Sunday it a. m. and H v. m. Prayer sseeting Wednesday evening. Sun day school at 7. Y. P. S. C. E meeting at 2 p. m. Sunday. M. J. Niooson, pMtor. WnbuHirriine Table .Moberly Mo. Kst Bound urn. Depart No. 10 8t. Loula Acvora . '" m No. U 81. Louli 4 local SU... 11:45 a m tQO p m No. 2 Eaatorn Ksprcos I 'O v w. : : y m Ko. Mall and Expraai ... siOpmv .m No. t Buffalo Mall (via Han.), fttt p m ': 0 m n. 4 AUanlls Express 1 ml v, u m No. U Omaha Y.x press ulU. in NO. M Local Freight M P m t No, TO Local Freight 5; Waul Benad Arne Uvptirt. No. 21 Kama C'llr Accom. a m 19 PaUenaburK A local ate lltM a m ; V y m SWcatero Eaprcaa .. . .1:10 pm Ml p m 9 Past Vail &30 p in 0: t n, 'Uotierly Accom 10 Iu y m . I Ou aha Kxpiaas 11:25 P m I :' p m 7 I'avlBc Expjcis ... l.r. a u. . .... m SBuSklo Mail ifrom Han) . Mt p an ' Tl Local Fnight KiHn DtaMoinea anil Otlumwa Branch. North Bound ixpart. No. 7 Pel M. act Paul Bxp I: a a a WaiaeruExpraaa ,,H m t - 71 Local l r. ight 7: l a in Soath BoUil are . So AUanUe Bsp .., IMaataru Eiprcaa lASApnl t TeLtaral rr.iBUi i.eip in Ttaine warkvtl t ratltUily t fi 'i4. . all inara arodall; iralua. It. W Walla 1'aasan.l n. C ?t t' to do with it President Mc Kin lev insists that the archi ed the dose. His 24 shouts are now well. When he began on pelugo is under the sovereignty them two of the pitfs were so of the United States. It is gov- weak that thev fell over when emetl, temporarily, by the mili-1 the others brushed against) tary. But are we to under- them. Harvey Thunnuit look staud that territory governed ed at one and sahl. "if you cure by the military authorities of that shoat it will be a miracle." the United States is not to be Well, the miracle was perform -governed according to the ex- e(, the pig was cured. Mr. press provision of the constitu- Potter believes he has discov-tion-an article provided to ered a remedy for hog cholera cover just such cases? If so we and if so he is certainly a pub are, indeed, as Mr. Bryan puts c benefactor. Palmyra Her it, a heterogeneous empire, not a homogeneous republic, and the constitution is not worth the paper it is written on. Here. then, is the situation in the Philippines as viewed by the Administration: In Luzon the inhabitants demand plitical and social freedom and the right to the christian civilisa tion. I- the Stilus, a Mobam uiouen ouiiau ueuiaous i elocu tion of his religion, polygamy and s.avery, and piotection, therefore as domestic institu tions. The President makes war on the people of Luzon because they demand freedom, and make a treaty of guarantee with the slave-holding, polyga mous monarch. There is uot a more extraordinary inconsisten cy iu history than this. aid. Beats the Klondike. Mr. A. C. Thomas, of Marysville, Tex., nan found a more valuable discovery thau has yet been 'found in the Klondike. Fur years he suffered untold ayunv from consumption, au com pan ii'il by hemorrhages; and wats absolutely cured by Dr. Kings New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. He declares that -gold is of little value in comparison with this marvelous curt-; would have it, even if it cost a hundred dollars a bottle. Asthma,. Bronchits and all throat and lung effections are postively cured by Dr. King's Xew Discovery for Con sumption. Trial bottles free at U (). Wood's Drug Store. 1 tegular size .'Ucts. and 91. 00. Guaranteed to cure or price refunded. John II. Hetlin.tii. a forme resident of mis place, d'e.i U rtU home near Ke'ieville, Mo. jet UOtli. letLU. M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH-Services eyery Sunday morning and evening. sunuav school at :30. Kpworth League at :30 Jr. Epworth League at 2 p. m. Mid-week prayer meeting Wednesday evening. Rev. J. A. Wailes, pastor. ST. JUDK S EPISCOPAL Sundnv school at 9:4o a. m. Preaching at 11:00 a. in. and 7.00 p. m. Sundav Evening prayer meeting 8:00 p. m. Friday. Rev. W. A. Hatch, Rector. PRESBYTERIAN Services second and fourth Sundays morning and evening. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Y. PS. C. E. meeting 7:00 p. m. Sunday. Mid-week prayer meeting at 8:00 Wednesday evening. J. E. Travis pastor. CATHOLIC Services at 8:00 ami 10:00 a. in. second and fourth Sundays in each month. Father D. F. Sullivan, pastor. Baptist. Colored. Through Service UTWEKN ST. LOUIS; CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY PRINCIPAL CITIES OP TEXAS. mm BUFFET SLEEPERS AND FREE RECLINING KATY CHAIR GARS DINING STATIONS OPERATED BY THE COMPANY. SUPERIOR MEALS, Fifty Cents Services the first J. 13. Haw- Sunday in each month kins, pastor Court Directory. ktOHMB I'D H.N TV Circuit Court-at eu at Paris third Monday In April and fourth Monday in Octobar. Probata Court-Regular terms at Paris, aaooud Monday Id February, May, August aud Noxmbcr. MABIOM COUNTY. Circuit Court Maau at Palmyra, sooaad Monday In February and Aral Monday in acptambcr. Hannibal 0 ourt of Roaaon Pleas-Mac: aeoond Monday in January, (rst Monday in May and third Monday in September. Sil.ll COUNTY. Circuit Court Meets at New London, third ondavn iu March and August Balt&OhiSW Ry. 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