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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 May 1903

The Cyclone of 1876. (Continued from page -) badly demoralized, nearly all trees beiup, blown down The house was 90 badly shattered thai i" will prubibl'v hive to be re bum. On what is knowti an THIS OOMB8 CLACK About Uvu iniK-t south of Monroe, renhled Hie family of Samuel Pe.i I ee.i H. id here I he storm (. deluded in Us mosi ter rible ii i n:, iiireo persons being Crushed to tleeull Without a mo ments warning. The house was a very large one, built of hewn logs. With u larne stone chimney at the end. it was surrounded by locust trees. There was eight persons in the building at the time the storm struck II, Mrs. Gnrtotlt a sis ter of Mr. Pearceali's. who was visiting the family, was among th killed, her head being crushed to a jelly. Mrs. Pear ceail was also killed, and one of her daughters, Josle, a girl twelve or tout teen years old. James Gurton, sou of Mrs. Gur tou, had a leg and arm broken; Mrs. Mudd who was visiting the family, was severely injur ed, but Ih not considered da...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 May 1903

f n CI w if io K It St. I'd 111 In Hl I 111 801 wl eoi SM bu. Ira rnd I UK bat Btt 10 I Of I CC( or I eru yot flue WBI you pric II loa thii we suit 5, Ufl I prh late curl W ty ell writ true torn i tit' i w. orbt you. righl P. I for w LAS JAEGER'S CALL FOR COUPONS! A S 9 n H R R R R R R A A Get your clippings ready, Little II TIM P w rf Ladies, to bring to OUR STORE " C lt. No Coupons received at our store after i, P. M., on that day. Tie your clippings in neat packages and mark with your name, age, address and the number of coupons enclosed. Remember the prize, the BUCK'S "Junior" Range. Will be given to the little girl having the GREATEST NUMBER So work hard up to the last minute. Save this ad., it will count What is more aggravating than to have your Buggy break or to have the paint peel off ? Our Buggies are First Class in every respect and have our Personal GUARANTEE on them and that alone is worth a good deal to you, We never wait to see what the Factory will do, but stand betw...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 May 1903

The Rig Hand Tailored Copyright lyuj by Hart Schalfner ft Marx Right Thing AT THE ht Time. MEMORIAL SERVICES U AND DECORATION DAY M We have the sort of a Summer Suit you have been Looking For? One that has style and finish that fits and stays fit all Summer; A Summer Suit made for wear not simply to look at. You wont find such clothes as these anywhere else in town, They're HART, SCHAFFNER . MARX made. We have a good assortment of these goods to show you. The perfect tailoring which these clothes get makes them equal to the best custom work. i i i :i Saturday. May 30. 1903. Highest Market Price paid for WOOL. jJNO. J ROGERS, There has been a nice program prepared for Menu: rial and Dec oration Day exercisers which will iieiti at the Piersol park at 2 p. 111. prompt. Alter tne services th procession will form anil weiul u's way to the White City where UOt only the Blue and the Gray are at peace with the world and eacli other, but where tue mortal remairs of our trienJs are. Have you ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 May 1903

ft CENTS A GALLON 1 1 FOR LIBERTY Ready nixed Paint, YOU BUY DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO CONSUMER. We pay the freight. ! v. FREE 1. 3LA X 'i The finest assortment of color cohte ever Issued. JUST NOV, before you r irgcl ii , write for these eolor cards. cmtrTi v STRiPrsTU UAlv n:n . the market. Honest good node by skilled workmen. A SPECIAL PROPOSITION FOR PAINTERS. rty palnl Ii guurantcud for Qvo years by o million dollar company Ive men und women make month representing as. THE tMiEKfl PAINT & EQUIPMENT COMPANY, LIBERTY, INDIANA. bo a to po .1 u r con s II in ten Mr.- ii s til Wli ed rhe Cyclone f 1876, i lnutlnut'd from page 3) Wlie! found she was in .tiny posture, but unable p. I ... . re. I kill. i)iit it is now In e rt'sldenc of M ra. ( '.i 1 1 er brich house, w.ts blitM n n, tint mine of t he inmates Up t" this time the :if the storm wan from ... -.1 to norl hea st, wi r v li bout four mi les norl h t o miles east . After si rl "ititf Carter's house ii. cliiitiged nurse tcr li...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 May 1903

We Give Them Away. We are furnishing free to our readers, something that is fai and away the best thing evei offered by auy newspaper. By special .arrangement with the well known Chicago atlas pub lisher, we mow offer free to all our readers "Tunison's New Indexed Wall Atlas of our State, Nation and Globe," size 3 feet and 2 inches by over 2 feet wide. Printed in 5 beauti ful colors and mounted with Japanned iron rods ready for hanging In any office, home or school. Our State This splendid new map will be appreciated by all for ready reference. It undertakes to show every post office bold and plain, from lat est Government reports. To gether with a quick index to post offices and .counties to date, giving thel population of each Irom latest census.. The United States In a new and correct map of our Nation in 5 colors from new plates and has marginal tables, giving name and population of cities having 2500 and over popula tion. The Map of thejWorld Gives "All the Nations of the World...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 May 1903

1 j i HUGH B. MUDD Successor to I A. fl, EAREL I am now in a business that will appeal to all Farmers because it is one in which each and every one of them I 'a. A J II III J !L '4. !aa , l , w. ... ,W is personally uiieresTea anu i win ueicnue n m wiun mcici. COLLARS: Cheap, ordinary collars. Schott's Noxall half swiney and full faced. Patent rivited curl hair faced horse collars best ever made, guaranteed for 5 years. Collar pads. Harness: Every thing- hand made except $8 driving harness. Home made hand made single and double deriving harness. Heavy surrey and run-about harness a specialty. Farm harness and heavy draft harness put up in shop. SADDLES: Finest line of saddles made are on exhibition at our place of business, including the noted Louisville Sole Leather Tree Saddles. X IX jf Buggies- The Joseph Moon bug gies and run-a-bouts have no superiors and are noted for their lightness and durability 01 ppCCM The Pontiac surries and 3Unni LO" buggies are well made, ex cellently t...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 May 1903

Supplement To The Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 16 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1903 NO 9 SPARKS PREACHER S awake to upon ana America's FKOM A ANVIL. Of what use is the genus solus? I suppose no one knows. There arc in general but two types ot the genua solus. One is the unmannerly being, bank rupt of Interests, who travels a narrow path with a snail's am bition and a mediocre success. The oilier is perpetually ac tive, trying to break out of his shell and break into human affairs, to extend ids influence, to multiply his points of con tact with society, to make an impress in law, politics, relig ion, science, commerce or some thing else. Not uncommonly be will be found attempting to marry when it is too late, THE CHRISTIAN SABBATH. It is certainly high time that all Christian people the encroachments dancer threatening Christian Sabbath. The three great pillars on which our Christian civilization rests are Cod's Son, Cod's Book and Cod's Day. If the sanctity of the day is ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 May 1903

1 GOOD MEETING HELD And A Rousing Meeting In Anticipation. Be Sure To Be There. May 23, 1903. In the absence of H. W. Wood Wtn H. Elliott was elected chairman. Committee to inves tigate telephone apparatus ask ed to report and was continued. Moved and seconded that the chair appoint a committtee of two to interview the Monroe City Telephone Co. and set a time to consider any proposi tion the Monroe :;Telephone Co. desires to make. Chair appoints L. O. Wilson and Geo Tooley. Committee reports Saturday May 30th, 2:30 p. m. as time set for committees to meet. Moved and seconded that the chair appoint a com mittee of six to meet a commit tee ot Monroe City Telephone Co. Chair appoints H e W. Wood, Geo Tooley, E. S. Hamp ton, L. O. Wilson, Charles U Elzea and P E Orr. Moved and seconded tlr.it meeting adjourned to meet Sat urday June G, 2 p. m. P. E. Ohu, Secretary. Wm H. Elliott, Chairman. Rousing meeting will be held at the Opera House Saturday June 6th. There is a general invitation e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 June 1903

roe .. . Democrat VOL. 16 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1903 NO lO ABOUT THE CHURCHES. Interesting News Concerning the Differ ent Denominations. Rev. S. V. Hears, of Palmyra, was in the city with friends. Monday. Rev. T. A. Claggett tilled appointments at Perry Sunday. Rev. M L. McReynolds was with Louisiana friends Friday. Rev. William Callaway lias resigned his charge at Warren. Resignation will take effect at August meeting. Rev. I. W. Read is attending the closing exercises of La Grange college, Rev. Charles Bone of Wells ville, was the guest of his fatb er part of week and preach ed at tiie Methodist church Sunday. Prksbytf.kian. Rev. 11. W. Barks, of Fulton, will rill appointments at Pres byterian church Suuday. Choir meeting F. iday evening All members oi L tie Choir are earnestly requested to be pres ent Grace Baptist. Regular services Sunday. First Baptist. Regular services Sunday by the Pastor. Morning subject: "Christian Life." Evening: "Devils Mortgage.'' RALL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 June 1903

City Property for sale by Davenport & Co., Eiefc! Estate, Loan and Invest merit Agents, Monroa City. Mn Vie lltka Farm IiOMM t i per cvnt Interest. No. t I "t 901 140 feet, one ami one-lialf ItOTf frnnra rivalling, with three rooms: fronts aiiuth on Lawn .struct In Patriot! Addition. W, n lOMtad, nn.l CM be hid at IM0.00 cash, or on time to lull pUrcbaxi i, If well scctire'l. No. I.ot .'K'xllli ft , one storjt fraae ihrell inir, With (our rooms, fronting west on I.oenst Street, ii. nr public tutrk, In (rood neighbor hood. Prlcit oeljr l(io D MMfOMttl, 1 n'.ance on time. No. U) '" ! ltXIOOtn fntme, one ftttd oiie- imif utory dwelling ','. 75x140 ft. bum nnd ullu r Utbtlli8lng IroOttng south on Ca'ha ritie street, and in desirable neighborhood. Price an I owner uilirht take some live Mock a- I'M! I uy No. jThlS'ltn ni'"- urge twottory frame reaidence of eight rooms, defttrcbly looted, fronting east on Main street, with kimxI out bnlldliius, otisldcrable si ..ill fruit, good atone ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 June 1903

Paint Values The practical painter says, Patton S Sun -Proof Paint P&K 's cheap paint for a good i vs house because it lasts . u i 'ami. lor a cneap nouse because it beautifies and v. E preserves ScJV- it. ROOF represent bining ti capacity lose its lu to wear only true principle of scientific paint making, com ligb lit degree of beauty with the greatest covering md durability. It is a dependable paint. It does not lire. II dovis not peel, crack or chalk off . Guaranteed irs. Send for book of Paint Knowledge and Lake St., Milwaukee, Wis. SALE IBY We Ghe I hem Away. We are furnishing free to our readers, something .that is fai and away the best thing evei offered by any newspaper. By ! special arrangement with the well known Chicago atlas pub lisher, we 'low oiler free to all our readers "Tutiison's New Indexed Wall Atlas of our State, Nat'nn and Globe," size 3 feet and 2 inehes by over 2 feet wide. Printed in 5 beauti ful colors and mounted with Japanned iron rods ready for hangi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 June 1903

THE DEMOCRAT V. J. ROUSE, Kditor. K. ?'. HIXSOX. City Editor. : BRMS $1.00 PE-R YfcAk rri (l M tilt pout office nt MOBHM City, Mo. .m tecim-l-class matter. rELEPHENO NO. THURSDAY, JUNE 4. TENTH CONVENTION i Missouri Grand Chapter of iiic P. E. 0. Sisterhood, at St. Louis. Organizer Mrs Sophia McLean, of I ' Hamilton. Eig!t delegates to Supreme Obapter weie also elected, Mrs. iDelle Rut ledge of this city,1 being one. Tlie most important question considered was a P. E. lo. building at the World's Fair. Missouri P E. Os. pledged I their hearty support. St. Louis, Ch, ter will have change of 4 this enterprise which assures its success, ' ; The next convention will be held iii Kansas City, 1004. E.icii member of convention was presented with the World's Pair Year Book of Chapter 0 as la Souvenir The year is de vote! to the study of art and has tor a ot the Fine Arts building. WINNER OF THE ovei had For weeks pant the Monroe City DeMOCUAT has hern car- T Convention of Missouri i i'"-,u"-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 June 1903

Harry A. McClintic was a ! business visitor In the City of Flowers, Thursday. Milk Oil Sheep Dip is conced ed to he the best. Woon Bros. The Quincy short SC-I0. Hugh M ClarU Abilene, Texas, Monday. Carnival fell Tables Turned- A few days since a man and entnfl in from wife, in Hannibal, had a right. She thumped thim good and plenty. After she whipped Mis, Susan McCuiiU went to to visit friends in the Bluff City. the Bluff City. Thursday ex peetlng to make that her home. for Mrs. J. F. BrOWtl left Sunday I him alt (na(l hfm hnfflf tnnlt a seat on his lap and was coax. R. E. Caldwell has been i K him into a forgiving uiOOd spending the week with friends i Highest prices are paid pOUltrv and nyiiN hides, etc.. BAI.&R& DlUIOOB. Dr. R. K Meg own was a bus- j OeS visitor In the capital of the Little Kingdom, Thursday. Lee's fiice Killer kills all kinds ol Insects. Wood BliOS. The Selby Poultry Co., are out with a new poultry wagon. Pierceail and Drencher made it for them. Monroe's...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 June 1903

90 CENTS BALLON FOB LIBERTY Ready Mixed Paint. YOU BUY DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO CONSUMER. Wo piiy the freiRht. FREE! FREE! FREE! The (inest iissortiiiont of color curds cvor Issued. JUST NOW, before you forget it, write for these color cards. The only STRICTLY UNION MADE Point, on the market,. Honest Roods iimde by skilled workmen. A SPECIAL PROPOSITION FOR PAINTERS. Liberty paint is guaranteed for live yean by a million dellur company. Activq men and women make $200 a month representing us. THE LUREM PAINT & EQUIPMENT COMPANY, LIBERTY, INDIANA. SOME BRIGT JEWELS. Worth Reading from the Atlanta Constitution. BUZ A iist I ihcral Offer- ailer should f ilif unpre i flVr we t liN includes with Liv da i I, S; "Crt I" F.i rmevs' Tit. Pul i I i heir ill rVt-TV 'J. fin vi' Utitl, v ami uenpral p.: i r. and make he four "tie ear Nrvcr Iti lore was o iv:u' tiir matter V I ' amount pa pefs c'un with our a n ree Ail our t take adva cedenteri r year mnlo this paper dicator, I Inst it ii I li y...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 June 1903

Low Rates FOR THE PROSPECTIVE HOMESEEKER ON THE FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH. THE GREAT SOUTHWEST TEXAS, OKLAHOMA, INDIAN TERRITORY OFFER UNEQUALLED OPPORTUNITIES AND BUSINESS CHANCES. II will be Pleasure to Send You Illustrated LIUrature About the GREAT SOUTHWEST. Write To-day to JAMES BARKER. lOEN'L PASS. TICKET AGENT, M. K. ft T. R'Y ST. LOUIS. MO. PAINE IN G. 0. P. President Roosevelt's Administration Rotten From Center To Circumference. KICKERS KICK. To The Democrat When They Should Take Their Tale Of Woe To City Council. Several of the tax payers on the south side have come to us kicking about the condition of the foot bridge on Davis street. We referred them to the City Council and Street Commission er for it is not our duty 01 privilege to repair or rebuild it. But this is sure. The bridge is an old one, getting in a bad ly dilapidated condition and re pairs or even a new one would by far be cheaper than an ac cident tied to a 1,000 or $5,000 law suit. Complaints o...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 June 1903

Uttiptt n Mnnn ? nuun p. ivLuuu Successor to I Ao il. EAREL COLLARS I am now in a business that will appeal to all Farmers because it is one in which each and every one of them is personally interested and S will describe it in short meter. Cheap, ordinary collars. Schott's Noxall half swiney and hill faced. Patent rivited curl hair faced horse collars, best ever made, guaranteed for 5 years. Collar pads. Everything hand made except $8 driving- harness. Home made hand FK OkCC made single and double driving harness. Heavy surrey and run-a- bout harness a specialty. Farm harness and heavy draft harness put up in shop. H 3. V I S-7 Finest line of saddles made are on exhibition at our place of business, including: the noted Louisville Sole Leather Tree Saddles. k. , Mi m w. i 1 The Joseph Moon bug- il IGTQTlfiQ ffies and run-a-bouts OO i h are noted for their lightness and durability OlippiCQ The Pontiac surries and JUS Bill LO"" buggies are well made, ex cellently trimmed and beautiful...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 June 1903

ii Monroe City Democrat. VOL. 16 MONROE OITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE II, 1903 jq II - i - - - ""? ITEMS FROM FARMERS Of Farmers, Tor Partners And Pertaining To Farmers- KitOes and Son have added a fancy Poland China sire to their herd ol swim s. Jack English bat bought the few days from Charles McGICtblin gray at 'gentlemen: an 80 acre tract south of the city for William Bishop to Wil liam Walton, for a shade less than (20 per acre. R P Buckman marketed his OH fleece Tuesday. Boulware and Son have bought wool during the past the following $200 and Lady Eagle the fancy show horse of Paris, at $300. Col W T Yowell has purchas ed 10 acres of ground just east of and adjoining him in the 'southwest corner of the city from J. S. Scott at $125 per acre. Good news. Tom Stephens gave $200 for gravel road. Mr Stephens lives near Jonana. He said: Witt1 a gravel road from here to Monroe City, I would quit raising wheat, put my farm m grass, bale it and theu being able to haul it when I please...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 June 1903

t City Property fcr sale by Davenport & Co., K n E-1 ' i T. ail and I n v i st mr. 1 u' liis. Monroe City, M. W lfkt Knrm LOCtll t,x ptt SSSM IntSStSt, No. r, Lot NtltO ftt one Ud one-lislf storj bam dwelling, with Oirts rooi front" seats fti Lawn Btrsei In Ilrol's Addition. Wi ll i, . ... I, iiii.l i mi be 'm l nt SftSO.OO SSlh, nr on tiir." nit pfftehan r if wall secufsd, v,. i .vy1.ii fL. rrtis.StnN from- flwll Itttf. With four room. Ip'tnln Htr, i I, hood, on lirn 1 nbllll Tiirk, rnw only k '. O'll'T II lino ti St"Clt K N. rui'l' f ) buitdii fr.nl wi t) '.r;: rfontin cr wo': No dwollln ftontiiiu Hon, nn room n Imrn, oi'i" i for ! No. let, Dm Main No half l ball l front) jivi v withe ' Will I Mo, dwt'lll burn 1 vit Oil liOCttSt In Rood III iRhbOf :-:.'ril BO t'llcli bdlHllOO mho, nun ntnl ono ftSltfl ft, I. urn nil'! m Month on Ca'ha" Ida ntdtfhborltodd, light tiiko noma live ii;o two-itory frame ' . with good oni - 11 fin!t good Mono ; f,,r on proper I nl I : J ' i on); IV I...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 June 1903

W'c Give Them Away. We are furnishing free to our readers, something t licit is f;u .1 .1... 1 ... i thttiif I auu away uiv: us' v. offered by any mv. spaper. liy special arraniretnent with the well known Ollicagu atlas pub lisher, we now offer free to all our readily "TuniiOU't Mew Indexed Wall Atlas of our State, Nation and Globe," size 3 feet ami 2 Inchefl by over 2 feet wide. Printed in 5 beauti ful colors and mounted with Japanned Iron rodt ready for hanging in any office, home or school. Our State-This splendid new map will be appreciated by all for ready reference. It undertakes to r how every post office bold and plain, from lat est Government reports. To gether with a quick index to post offices and counties to date, giving the! population of each from latest census. The United States In a new and correct map of our Nation in 5 colors from new plates aud has tnargiual tables, giving name and population of cities having 2500 and over population. The Map of thejWorld Gives "A...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 June 1903

THE DEMOCRAT W. J, n. r. i BRMS HOUSE, Editor. StXSONi city Editor. $1.00 lKR YRAH Mn4 rti the pom office) Monro "ty, Hi cc;onil- iik', i.iattcr. Mo. TELEPIIENO NO. THURSDAY, H JUNE 11. 1903 WILD WASTE Of Wales Sweep the Mississippi alley l.cav Broken Hearts and Broken Fortunes In Wake. Fri lay. June Hunt levee it Warsaw broke. 28000acresof wheal and corn gone. Indian Grave levee broken and 18,000 acres nf fertile ami crops lost. Lima Lake levee swept away. Loss of livestock in each district heavy People I ind many narrow os capes in gettiuit to high land. First time Bince 1851 that the river reached 22 feet 0 Inches. Bannibai or Sni levee liilin tact. Break in levees north will be a slight lelief to the Bnl level?. Hannibu I in darkness, electric light plant flooded. The I! "iii at Hannibal reached the remarkable height of2i feet 8 inches, which was ,i little more than 1 inch more than the guage ot 1851. The whole of Bay Island is under water. Soutii Hannibal i a big lake with from...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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