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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 December 1898

' " ', . a ,1 - . 1 . Dcmorat Printing Co., Publishes I ' VHL-U Decotcd to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Ralls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11898 T"e ELGIN Shirt Ti-.e manufacturers of these celebrated Shirts have produced a PERPECT QAR- Notice to Tax Payers. I wish to call attention of tax payors to the fact that taxes for 1898 are now due, and will .'isle von tf tilinsf rrn frii-u.-.- rl and nay before Jan. 1st as the ' ?waln l,as bovved to t,,e vita. Spain, Philippines, U. S. A. The Spanish-Cuban Philip pine anil United States of Amer ica trouble has been settled. MENT in every particular, that can be sold at the popular PRICE OF $1.00, and is better in every way than most Shirts that are sold at higher prices. MATERIALS GUARANTEED WAMSUTTA MUSLIN PURE LINEN ELGIN SHUT CUTTCJt a CHOSSCTTE. HKCS 1 We carry all sizes, and invite you to call and examine them, and guarantee perfect fit and satisfaction. The very Newest Things...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 December 1898

UM trm-T mm it . I A Good Time For Painting J Twenty -fourth, under Sheri dan's lead, Started on tile sig numbered their way but 8,000. to tbe front Forging by dii t nal to go up the slope at double I of bayonet thrusts and blown SOME FACTS ABOUT PAINT. PREPARED PAINT Ninety 'Nine out of a Hundred are Patent cr Chemical Preparations EE containing water, benzine baryts, whitening, etc, placed on the market E and sold as first-class house paint at an enormous price which is totally gT unfit lor Paint at all A) E So don't buy an adulterated pain to paint up your premises, for in a i year or two the miserable appearance of the job will only be a painful g reminder that you were hoodwinked and cheated LEAD, OIL AND ZINC 2 It is a fact well established that the above ingredients form the best known base for house painting. I X THE MONARCH MIXED PAINT A Is Not a Chemical or Patent Paint, fiS But is made cf Lead, Oil and Zinc, ground in and thincd with PER' fT" FECTLY PURE Linseed Oil and s...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 December 1898

Humorous. Clara '"I saw m.h.p funny looking mugs In a window on Pi fill avenue Hie other day." Cora "What elttb was it?"--Yorikers Statesman. what lit you f Jr. ice Hut mean by Maying Mr Daiiliaway tbHorbs and is such a ladylike man. d'-ar?" Flo "Hi- cant raise a mus tache.' World's (Tunic Mrs. Hoyle - "So, your si r Vant lighted tin? tin.- with kero sene and suffered tin- coimequen Uses of Charcoal. Foul water is purified iiy it. Tainted meat can be swget 'lied by its use. No better known disinfectant can be used. Charcoal is so porous that it condenses leases STATE ELECTION RETURNS. the Secretary Lesueur Announces Official Figures for a Few Offices. L'K Secretary of Stat; Lesueur has announced the following S official returns of the last elec- Q tion: ; fj For Juilire of the Supreme iflJ 1 Sharp & Donley 1 rapidly. Strewn over the skins of birds and annuals it will prevent alj ; Court, long term Marshall, unpleasant odors. !S.H.r.,770: Plnkeinburg, 265,4241 A teaspoonful added...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 December 1898

THE DEMOCRAT! The forty-tirst annual meet- I in- of the Missouri State Hor ticultural Soctetv will beheld r. f. hixson. City EJiicr. 1 at Columbia Dec. 8 8, This Society has done much for the $1 Per Year, cause ot truit growing1 in our grand Missouri the State that now leads in this important in- dustry. The membership of the Society should be greatly in- creased as every Missourian should be interested in building up every interest of our im perial Missouri. Papers of practical interest are read at every meeting of this society. Words of Information as to fruit interests in your locality, your troubles and failures, as W. J. ROUSE, Editor. Term?. liuaMt ulie intm-Mit Momrwe Ci.y. Ml onrl. UMOQIld OlMl matter. MiURSL'AY,. DEC. 1- , Do something fot the good of qr town. Trustee's Sale. Vtlx-r.ni. CharlOJ II Cmll" ami San inriiv lil.su, i,., i(V thtlmruiti I vi'il ol riai.-ll ' 11.' J.MI ,l.iy ,.r 1 1. . i r,.. i !, ! in ii... Kavonnri nSog f Mourni- (onn ly. MIs.Miurl. ,n .i.cil 1 o....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 December 1898

I CLOAKS AND CAPES!! a: our line of a: Jackets and Capes is Complete 1 And Far Superior in Pit, Form. Finish, Stylo and Price than any line in the city. We re spectfullj invite you to Examine 1 1 our Stock! 1 John Bobrcr returned from' the Southwest Monday morn 1 ing. Handley and Willis shipped a car load of mules Tuesday night. Has McKitlley asked Airuin- aldo whether or not he wants i the Philippine "Door open?" Norman Kakle left for Marion's Capital Sunday and transacted business there Mon day. Skates, all kinds and all sizes. Come quick, come run ning. A. Jakgiuk. F. W. Meyer has a bran new boy at his home. It arrived Monday. Mrs. E. S. Stoddard was vis iting frie.ids in Hannibal yes terday. fti -i - , ..... i uesday. uec. u, :-hj . m., I The White Ribbon ladies will i meet with Mrs. T. E. Win.-. Miss Maud Evans was the guest of relatives near Hanni bal the first of' the week Misses Mel He' and Lula Wil son, of near Spalding, were the quests of Iriends in the tity Monday and Tue...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 December 1898

TIE DEMOCRAT W. . ROUSE. R. F. HIXSON, Editor City, Editor MONROE CITY, MO. The Milliner-Tudie Swinkey Walter Moss and wife have been vlsltintfin Palmyra. Rev. H. W. JimeH left Satur day for Mt. Sterling, III. Co to R. MinningWalker' s or 18K wedding rings. ;. T. Ridings made ;i business trip to Hannibal Friday. ii. Mudd made a business trip to Hannibal Friday. Sewing Machines (22,50 best iii tli; world. R, Manning "Walk lis. Hon. S. .1. Melson tool: in Hannibal) New London and Center tin- last of tin.- week. i). !!. Campbell and wife were with tin homefolk in Palmyra Thursday. .Mrs. ( '. M. Sullivan visited her parents near Palmyra Thursday. VV. L. Jenkins made a trip to Quincy Saturday to meet his wife to escort her home. - Dr. ii. K. Megown was at tending to business in Palmyra Saturday. i Mrs. J. I''. Smith spent the latter part of the week with tin; uotnefolk at Palmyra. Harry McClintic came in from St. Louis for a home thanks-1 jving dinner. - . v Irs. EJ. Simpson enjoyed her ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 December 1898

Loaves and 1 1 he?. FraH Tlii- ttMB4 Horn. Little boats are seldom strand cd. PolttencM never has a sti!T neck. Poor Billy McKinley. Andrew Carnegie, the heavi est exjmrler in America, is still pouring lint shot into the ad ministration and his party. He Havn "I am a nrotectionlst to Paitb doe not reat on tlie bed tit core." "My plant is the heaviest exporting concern In i fane Don't shear a goat to get fine this country." Then he says is a cure tor wool. Investigation prejudice. Every blessing brings an ob ligation. Heart worshiji will mean hand work. Priendsbip is a mortgage on principle. The real N. (',. man is the No tod ma n. "The men in Washington to day are so Immersed in prob lems which have nothing to do with the prosperity of their own country that they have no time to consider subjects hearing upon it. They have eaten the insane root of expan sion in distant continents; they are dreaming dreams, chasing phantoms and in one stroke of the pen tin; President of the Hypocrisy...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 1 December 1898

IOANNA ITEMS. -Too i tor lam week. ' ' itt! 8 : "p look'W"ll. I bucking llic ovdfr o? tip fiav. ; 0 I'hool i progressing nicely I binder he management of Miss Mac-g.- Hays. Rumor has it that then will bo a I 'We I linn in Joanna noon. . ilephone ami gravel road are nr. needed from Monro" City to '.Tu.ir.tia. . . 'Mas Berry, f near Joanna, I p i based a tract -of land from lVat , Ni Met. Price WT6, toe Route and wife have been visit lag in Monroe County the past week. Nath Hearni wltl move to Hannibal aoon and we regret to lose him but ; with bin euooees. George summers hat returned from the bay bottoms where he haa been r gathering hit oorn. Mra. Ann Motif of near Joanna, It 'building a new dwelling bouae. W. H. Thompson delivered a One bun.'h of hogs to Moufot stock buy ci iast week. Price three eentt. Heckard Brot. are running a saw mill near st. Paul. There is tinging at Oakland church ovary Wednetday night, oonductcd '-by T. P. Swveu. HATCH ITEMS. 'Our sports will all turn out b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 December 1898

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Balls Counties. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers VOL. 11 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8 1808 Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. NO. 3t The exports from the Philip pine Islands for 1907 was 941, 842,280. P. K O's. will meet with Mrs. Fred Hush Saturday afternoon, at 2:8u, Hundley it Willis shipped a mixed load of good horses and mult'- Tuesday. A. C. Spalding, of Hunnewell, was in the city Tuesday buying mules Mrs. Delia ven, of Hunnewell, was visiting her daughter, Mrs. C Davis. Tuesday. A. E. Mudd, a leading busi nests man of Clapper, was trans acting business in the city Tuesday. Eld. .1 .1. Evans, a Monroe City boy, is now pastor of the First Christian church at Sa lem. Oregon. The DEMOCRAT i.s always pleased to note the success of a Monroe City boy. J. M. Johnson was attending to business in Palmyra Monday. J. B. Gray was looking after stock interests at Ely Monday. I. P. Stephens was looking H l I r.r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 December 1898

i 1 N t !mmmmmn?mmmmmwT?mmmmmmwmmmm?K e A Good Time For Painting 3 SOME FACTS ABOUT PAINT. PREPARED PAINT NinctyNinc oat of a Hundred arc Patent or Chemical Preparations 1 containing water, benzine baryts, whitening, etc, placed on the market and sold as first-class house paint at an enormous price which is totally 2 unfit tor Paint at all A. 2 So don't buy an adulterated pain to paint up your premises, for in a year or two the miserable appearance of the job will only be a painful reminder that you were hoodwinked and cheated --m LbAD, OIL AIND ZIINC 3 he learned what fighting man was WUSSy, And from that time nmi be dated the "unwritten Chapters' of Soudanese war fare. ' After one of those early bat tles a tremendous fight, hand to h ind, bayonet to spear, in a manner of English troop- soon realized Hie fuisy- tllis- After the desperate struck" at McNeill's sereba, af ter the severest of the fighting was over, an officer of one of the regiments was crossing the bloodstained illciO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 December 1898

It is believed in this city by Monuments. Carve your name on hearts, several parties in a position to and not on marble, know, that U. G. Cillett the! So live towards others that broken cattle king of Kansas they wt keep your name green is the man who called himself when the grass grows on your Harry Ciliett. who spent morel grave. or less of bis time in this city u .... ... . i.i r t . . f However a plain speaking from June 1, , to Oct. 18, Is Li-,k.. , A ,, , , .. ' tombstone is better than down- one ami the same man. Lit the rlfrht lytuir first place the man who was1 ,f . . , i , ., . ,. . . , , Hero lies the body of Martha (Jwyn. here and the published pictures Who WM ,u pttP0 wU, OtG. G. Q. are counterparts Of Bhecrack'd the outer nhell of sin. each other and at that time he j And hatch'd hermit1 a cherubim." was engaged in getting Up a Where do they bury all the Crlossat type writing syndicate bad people Right and left in juntas G.G. Gillett was about that time. His wife arriv...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 December 1898

TMK DKMOCKAi W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, City Editor. ficrms, $1 Per Year. f.iu rcd It Nt pMtOBV M Monro city, Mt nonrl. a MCMd OlMI mutter. l aURSDAY, DEC. 8, 189&. The Latest Effusion, The following is tlx; text and aream of President McKinley's ncssage to Congress as the Post Dispatch BCe It Iii it ;ou will rind nothing fresh, not i new thought, nor a suggestion vhich is worth a rap. "In his message t Congress today President McKinley docs ,ul outline his policy for the future government of th nu '.ion's Dew possessions. This step is deferred until peace negotiations shall have been concluded at Paris and tlie treaty of peace placed before the Senate for ratification. The only glimpse of the des tiny the territory takeu from Spain afforded in the message is the assertion that the United States is hound to assist the Cubans to establish a stable government for that island. As to Hawaii Congress is in formed that the Cullom com mission will report to that Iwdy a plan of ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 December 1898

is CLOAKS AND CAPES ! Raney A Saunders have put Holiday GoOds. Holiday ' in a beautiful cash register. , Goods, at Miss Tudie Sw'mkey's L. C. Saunders was atteud'tiir! da v . to business in St. Louis Mon- .... i i X OUF LINE OF X B is Jackets and Capes is Complete And Par Superior in Pit, Form. Finllh, Style and Price, than any Hue in the city. We re spect felly invite you to Examine our Sto GET OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY! Remember we arc Selling them at Removal Sale Prices' which means Cost and Less. Respectfully, 1 Go to tile Opera House next Thursday night. Mrs. Vesper Buell "was the Cattle King Glllett, like some I guest of friends at Ely y ester of the cattle he mortgaged, is I day. out of sight. Go to the opera house Dec. Skates, all hinds and all, J and 10th. and see a dollar sjZL.s. Come quick, come run ! how for 10. SO nod 80 cents. Llnjf A. Jaeqek. I Drop in and take a look at Hear Miss GrifAn at the operat house Thursday, Dec. lath. Call and settle your accnunt.. A. BofLWA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 December 1898

"T 1' a 11 MnrT? A T The bier cut price sale goes on by J. H. Anderson. W . ;. ROUSE, - Editor Henrv I.-Lear was attending to R. F. HIXSON, - City, Editor business in Palmyra Monday. MONROE CITY. MO. Wall Paper never so cheap Hanky & Saundkus. The Milliner Tudie Swlnkey G) t) K 84 in.it n i ,V .1 1 k er's or lbK wedding rings. Harry A Piersol came over 'from Quincy Thursday evening on a business trip. Sewing Machines fi!2,50 best j in the world. it Mannmnu Walker. , A. P. Humburg, of Chicago, I spent Sunday in the city with his brother, Jacob. Richard P. Bland has a level Titos. Pollard of Hannibal was In the City with old friends Saturday. .-.till Sewing Machine oil and need- I lea at Walkers, the jewel er J. B. Anderson is still giving away suits and overcoats. For Guns and Ammunition call at A. Jaeger' Hardware Store. If you want to rent a good gun go to A. Jaeger. B. Long made n business trip to Hannibal Monday. Andrew Carnegie is building a 11.000,000 home in New York. Miss...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 December 1898

Stknce aiU hukistry, There is a method of destroy lug the life of trees by boring a hole Into the trunk in a dowv i ward direction and tilling witli sulphuric etc nl. The average yield from po tato natch farming in Philadel ade India this year was 8240 an acre. V or each dollar expanded I I rom su.ro to $5 worth of pro ! duce was realised. It has been found Ilia' the; moss of th.' tamarack swamps! in Minnesota is as good as that Ol the south tor upnolsterers use, and there is promise of an extensive industrial develop tneut in the preparation of tin new commodity. He turns to the geological sur vey show that the total pro duction of iead in the United ."stales l rom ail sources in (lie last six months of IH98 was 186, U!l ne-t tons, compared with 0. 508 tons in the year 1897, and L,(54,i)H tons in 1896. Contrary to a widespread be lief that hard woods give more heat in burning than soft va. rieties, it has been shown that the greatest power is posessed by the wood of the linden ttee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 8 December 1898

I HATCH ITEMS. Hurrah for the DKMPCttAT. Mrs. Anu s. F.iUott, of your city, i 1 here visiting relatives. Judge Field is in New London. Our mill did a hit business Satur-1 day grinding corn. , Henry Kcndriek, of Hansard, was 'iu our vicinity Sunday, Mi Pink tell you the roat. T. K. Whitecot'.on gave his friend a bachelor opossum dinnur Sunday. Ksq. Alexander went to ( enter on ' 'bushiest) the first of the wrek. Seln? Movers drove some extra fin'1 hogs to your city Monday. John Davis takes the cake around i here as being an expert corn busker, j Kd Daulton was trading with your I live merchants Monday Although I f),ir. Daullou lives near Kly lie lives in j our County and ll one of i.alls' best j citizens. Our merchant went to tin ''Bluff j City" o i business this week. Bro. Munlon, of Canton, was here Sunday and delivered a Rne lecture at Ariel. j Krnest Kltiott went to SJielbina Sat-! lirday to visit for several days. HUNNEWELL Dr. Ben Carr, ol Polo, Mo., cam" in Thursday lo see his...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 December 1898

J 1 Monroe City democrat. Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Ralls Counties. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers VOL. 11 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15 1898 Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. NO. 37 Will l ake Part. A. C. (Tom) McClintic. of near There will boa large number Hunnewell, had the misfortune f Haanibal hunters participate to ttck an ax in his left foot n the rabbit hunt which will 'M Friday. The ax made a take place a few days before two inches onf and cut an Christmas for the benefit of the I artery. We are glad to know poor of St. Louis. The people that he is getting along nicely of the vicinity of Monroe City ! der the circumstances. At RANEY & SAUNDER'S DRUG STORE. have decided that they have too many rabbits and will ship a car load to St. Louis on the 2)1(1 of December. Hannibal Jour ual. I must have my money you owe me as I need it. Call and settle. floulwares for Ladies Fine Shoes. The old warrior and patriot, Gen. CalixtO Garicia, died at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 December 1898

IHf pill r i.i IN DBPUNSB OF THE PEOPLE. WAYS AND HEANS. ?i fl To ihf Prirmls of Out f mm ThFuiiph iltr option of ihs Nations! Drino ilu louiiuliire, Hit- uniiiTMiffiPil linvr i n sppoliitwl a uommltitN1 on ways I mruiii lo br0n work. noM for tltreiitiitiulgii f lun, suO tltsirt to lti following nddrat oion ihf ori i- uuv titiuVrtukro! Moi t', 10 HHfl c i UK llfWSfnrj In sreiiriiif; Jutk'e fftf the il"0Jj ti Ibr i ria If of .-ri'iii jmlitirnl im - In'fult 1 It" jury id ihf Wholf pPOJilv. us it is necessary in lb rum.' of a lltlirnui upt'iiitnp f"ir mul Imparl ial besrlnjf Is'fore mtnii unil tr;-. In the Initrr lurtunvr m suitor without money I minhlr i i 'iifilo.i pnnnvfl of iililllty. liMi fiwdeil ilepo-ltliins. mmI innhe other Ipplttmntp lprin rat ions rprjolrliin ibr mpMKlltw 'f money i nnil mIipii llitis Kttiisieil if otiiiorPil iv ii tvrultlM iuIvi rnr.v, hi' frpiiipi lly fnlls In srrurlttff lustles l Lp ' ;tiiiit to fulrly oncl fully ttrrsrnthla !- tu 'n pouri and Jury, Am) wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 December 1898

r COLD BRINGS POVERTY KNOCKING 15 THE BOOR. Provident Association Is sieged in Its New Quarters. TO BE ANOTHER RABBIT HUNT. I die,,tf was rd on the buUd,n No other Magazine in the world 1 KKXKKKKnKXKKKKXKXK n ... ' Sharp & Donley Thank you for Past Patronage. They have Taken IRA, P STEPHENS rarmsrs of Monro ml J Counties Send Game to the City's Poor for Christmas. Manager Finney lias received word from W. J. House and It. F. HiXSOtt of the Monroe City I Democrat that the citizens of Be" Monroe and the farmers of the adjacent country will conduct la grand rabbit hunt on Decern. her 2'2. for the purpose of pre Milting a big lot Of game to the poor of St. Louisas a Chrst- j mas present. The association has gratefully accepted the Pettis and Car ; 0fL,r Promise to j The bunt conducted by the farmers in the vicinity of Mon roe a year ago resulted in a From St. Trunin '. publlo a tcli Cold weather brings poverty "hey of over 2,000 rabbits, wee delivered at the to the surface, so the d...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 15 December 1898

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HDCSON, City Editor. Terms, $1 Per Year. tntarad kith potto Am at Monro City, Hit sour I. r ec:ort'l clan matter. THURSDAY, DEC. 15, 189&7 Investigate thoroughly not white wasb- the army con tracts. The people of ttie United States- must free themselves groin financial oppression w WOO. The gold standard makes the people the slaves of the money nrufti and all trusts are organ ised for plunder. The United States stands be fore the world as a nation that fays 20,01)0,000 for peace after laving whipped the enemy. The masses must down the trusts OK the trusts vill down the masses. In the ftffht the masses are only asking for jus tice. All the trunts must be de stroyed. This can only be done When a Democrat is in the white house and has t lie sup yort of a Democratic Congress. There can be given, no good season why we should not have the whipping post for the ben efit of petty criminals. On the pther hand many good reasons are plain to. be seen...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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