St. Louis, Maroh 5. - Agents of the Cuban revolutioniits working from St. Louis as a conirnon center are Bending from this city and tha gurrounding country from thirty to flfty men eacli week to join the forces of Goaiez on tha island. Active work was begun ghortly aftor the middle of February, when a creóle froin New Oi-leana appeared in the city armed with plunty ot f uudg and mailt himself known to a sinall circle of Cuban gympatiiizars. No time was lost in getting to work and between Feb. 20 and 23 forty or flfty recruics laft thi oity for Cuba. Sinca the daca last mentlonsd, at lasc 100 more hare gons. Th men are enliïted wlth the undtr■tandin Ihal ihejr art to taks chances on iho uocesji of the reroluDion. They are promiiad nothing unlasi the cauie of Cuba wins. lf ii does, íhey are given a guarantso that thuy wlll be well taken care of. No salary u offsred. Transportation ia furnishud them to the point where they embark for Cuba, and it i guarantoad to them that food and clothing will ba provlded for thain during their gtay at the seat of hostilitiaa. Every man enlisted in St. Loui is equipped at once with side arms bought from a large hardware store in St. Louis.