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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 May 1899

VU k am. oe City De VOL. 12. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI May 11, 1899 The city was filled with peo pie Saturday. For fresli dry goods go to Miss Trim: SwiNKEY. Edward Hibbard. of England, is visiting relatives near this city. R. A. Cleek, prosecuting atty. of Shelby County, was in the city with friends Saturday. For Cow Pasture apply to E. s. Stoddard. Mrs. James K. Ely was visit ing her mother in New London the latter part of the week. Buckman Bros, sold to Ed Worland 1") head of mules for 1.000. S. B. Gilliland was attending to business at the Gem City, Saturday. U. J. Davis and accomplish ed daughter, of near Emden, icere shopping In the city Thursday. Mrs. Nannie Theioff. of Hun newell, was in the city with relatives the latter part of the week. The City has put down a good walk in front of its property on Winter Street at the mineral wel 1 For delicious Ice Cream go to the Christian's Cafe, s R. A. Ogle came up from St. Louis Saturday and spent Sun day in the city with friends and re...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 May 1899

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Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 May 1899

TR. T TO 5 SIM L Jl J rf NEW STORE South of Railroad. And are prepared to save you money on your FOOTWEAR. Our stock is all new and everything fresh and up-to-date. Ladies Tan Oxfords 50c. .$1.00 and up, all sizes. Ladies Black Oxfords 50c. $1.00 and up. Men's Tan and Black Fine Shoes, $1.00 and up. Boy's Tan and Black Fine Shoes 90c. The BEST Plcw Shoe on earth for SI 00 RE&S0 We are in the market for WOOL will pay the HIGHEST market gand Price $285 vs $47,50 Tlie Joanna Correspondent is a good one. Head Ilia letters. Mrs. W. V. Sitter spent last Week in Palmyra with lier chil dren. J. P. Moss, of Ely. paid the DEMOCRAT a pleasant and to us a substantial call, Tuesday. Mrs. D. G. Davenport is vis iting her daughter, Mrs Myra Shaw, of Hannibal. The third Quarterly meeting will be held with the Methodist church of this city Sunday. Mrs. C. E. Tucker, of Mober ly, is the guest of her parents, Dr. L. P. Nelson and wife. Phil D. Armour, the multi millionaire pork packer, was stricke...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 May 1899

. - Ibe Ur:Ath the soldier (lies I te iuils the column speed away; Upon the dabbled fji-ns he lies, His brave heart following, still, the fnay. The ernolce wraiths dri ft anions the trees , The baUle tormi nlorrj; the bill; The (jllnt of distant arms he sees, Iff hears hiseomrades shouting still. A' ffHaipM of far-borne Bftfl.tkfti fad" And vanish in the rVtlhfg Mr, He knows the swespirifr charge is made, The cheering lines are closing in. Unmindful of Ills mortal wound, He faintly calls and seeks to rise: But weakness drags h im to tho ground Su':h is the death the soMlvr dies. RobenfcBurM Wilson, In Atlantic. ALONE ON ISLANDS. Wen Who Live Hermit Lives on Pacific Coast. the Wind Swept San Niehfllas Occupied by a Solitary Frenchman Lonely Gallagher of San Clemente. We Have Left the Old Year X AND Caught uu 1 1 lie Hew One. I Our Beef, Pork and Mutton Is hilled here, not shipped in, and is Consequently, FRESH AND SWEET. If you want something Choice, Juicy, Bweet and Cheap. Call and ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 May 1899

Read and Heed. The Burlington train No. 3, due at Monroe City at 1:10 p. m. now makes coinnections the same as night trains. The train will tnake connections between Kan sas, Leavenworth. Atchison, St. Joseph and Lincon Neb., there connecting with fast west bound Denver train No. 1 for Colorado Utah, and Pacific coast. Equip ments of this train comprises coaches, chair cars, (scats free) F.nd Pullman sleepers between St. Joe and Lincoln,. Remem ber train No. 3 between St. Louis, Quincy and Hannibal, clue here at 1:10 p. m. malces all connectious for the west. Home-seekers Excursion vit Wabash, On April 4th and 18th, May 2nd and 16th, the Wabash will sell Hume Seekers Excursion tickets at rates of one regular firsr. class fare plus $2.1)0 for the round trip to points in Arkan sas, Colorado, Texas, Oklaho ma, Kansas, Neb. aska, Indian Ty, Mjutana, Washington, Wy oming, Arizona, Iowa, North Dacota, New Mexico, Idaho, Minnesota, Louisiana. South -West Missouri and to points in other sts...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 May 1899

f The X acket. Tlio grandest millinery bargains of I IIMODi Fine hats trimmed with flower?, chi ffon Md ribbon .V50 quality (a t:).M. Sailors, 2;, 80, 4l, 09, "5, IK)' up to 1 .!). 2(1 nixl 2"ic. Piques (a lfe, lfi and iik;. l'iiii(!s at 12R-. Lawns' :tj, &. 10. 15, and Be.' Mens worsted and enssimere pants 11.60, 2.00, -- and a.50. Men's overalls 4itc, same finality as you pay others 63e. for. Solid ptOW shoes $1.00. Ladies Oxford ties $1.00, 1.25, 1.85, 1.50 and L75, Groceries. 20 n. good sugar for $l.oo QGood molnsscs per gal, Battle Ax, Boalplng Knife and ti for lo Tobncoo per 1! Mo. 21 os, good Laundry Soap 5e. 1 ;it. ti:i eups to, 2 pi. tin Clips 8c. 10 t. bueketa 10,:. Qlass tumblers 2e. Wcpay cash for wool. S. CHristiai). COUNTY LINE ITEMS. Considerable eorn is up and more coming up. .1. L. Welson reports 10 acres of corn ! planted. j James HorabMk applied for the ! TW1I School this wi.-ek. Uoad overseer Williams ga.se us a j bmrlng the uper rooms of their store ! very m...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 May 1899

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co-, Publishers. Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Balls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Fear. VOL. 1 2 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1899 NO. 7 SENATOR VANDIVER FOR RAIL ROAD COMMISSIONER. Among the candidate men tioned f;r State offices in 1900, considerable is heard of Sena tor C. H. Yandiver, of Lafay ette coonty. The Senator is being favorably mentioned by many for Railroad and Ware house Commissioner. Ite rep resents a strong Democratic section and one of the richest agricultural districts iu the State. Senator Vaudirer is a farmer himself and would hare a large, practically unanimous following from the farmers. His record in the Senate he can point to with pride and during Itis lefts at the Capitol he has made many friends throughout the State. In a campaign the! Senator from Lafayette would also be a hard man to handle, with his fuud of humor, li is ability as a raconteur, aud his good fellowship, his integrit...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 May 1899

Hock ber Harm a. WttMM for llnMcmlM. Mc and Mac, we run thU land Anil all thlt move at-our command We two. aJora are oo tlic track, and Mac, We-'llm?herr.vtin unfe tthusts, j We've backci by U tb nsosMrous j Mrnrttf KeeJ, . - . ' ii-a - batk, ' TV Uryao tfc bit crow "oi 3mrm" i( Lhor' hn.w. ;' no (food, Li a Man Pram)tV reat, for sncl as h To Aa.it to talk of Mac and B, Andcu.il n nj,ica butwhatcare we? Mc ami Mac. He thinks Mm people have a- right, for equal justice to wage alight. We'll crush thk growing heresy, Mac and iuc. ajmimmmmimmtwmmimmmmmmmmtimmw 1 We Have Left the Old Year 2C 3 too. fallacy rank out prcdons Ifational FVcc sllvet To Injnm bank. Not much, ray boy we runtliit hack. Me and Mac. There's Grandfxi flow, oh, what bora, Against expansion he maken a roar, And wants to give the Pbilipines back, Not much by me ami Mae. We keep all wegeland gctallwe fan What care we for any man, This is our chance to make a stack. Me and Mac. I own Mai- and Mac serres mc What I say go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 May 1899

Ji 1 r i Reduced On. W ju J uuunu Ull Read and Seed. The Burlington train No. 3, flue at M'Hiroe Cky at hlO p. m. now m .4 k i s connections the same is night trains. The train will make connections between Kan was, Leavenworth, Atchison, St. Joseph an Liiico Neb., there connecting witlifast west bound Denver train No. 1 for Colorado Utah, and PaciMc. coast. Equip ments of this traiu comprises coaches, chair car, (seats free) and Pullman sleepers between est. Joe and Lincoln,. Remem ber train No. 3 between St. Louis. Quincy and Hannibal, due here at 1:10 p. m, makes all connections for the west. Home-seekers Excursion via Wabash, On April 4th and 18th, May 2nd and 16th, the Wabash will ell Home Seekers Excursion tickets at rates of one regular first class fare pins $2.00 for the round trip to points in Arkan sas, Colorado, Texas, Oklaho ma, Kansas. Nelv.aska, Indian Ty. MjKtana, Washington, Wy oming, Arizona, Iowa, North Dacota, New Mexico, Idaho, Minnesota, Louisiana. South West Mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 May 1899

THE DEMOCItAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIX50N, City Editor. CLOTHING Terms, ----- $1 Per Tear. r.it'ire ottlcpoloBrt Monroe Clfy, Mli MdftfM sermrtt inffr. THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1899 Bryan ? for the people. What has McKinley done Kith the Monroe doctrine? America governing llie Pbil" Ippines would le despotism. America has no Tight to kill j people who want to be free. j Many good laws have been passed by the 40tb General As- j Jtembly. On account of unjust laws' America is fast becoming a country of master and servants ok land lord and tenants. Trust organs are trying to nominate some one besides W. J. Bryan as the Democrat can didate for president in 1'JOO. The Republican! party can al ways be found on the side of Hie trusts and against the iiUer ests ( f the masses. Democrats must continue to rule in Missouri, if the laws of the State are to be in the inter sts of the masses. Silver and gold at the ratio of Hi to 1 must be the money of t lie final redemption in the United States re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 May 1899

C. McLeod took in the Nash ville Saturday. B. G. Moss is tfivtag his resi dence a fresh coat of paint. 1000 good white Oak fence posts for sale. See R. E. Lear. Geo. T. Hidings made a busi ness trip to Callio last Friday. For Rood IOB apply to J. W. Stephens. Telephone Mo. 74. Mrs. T. J. Smith moved to Kansas City Saturday. Master Orvil Wilson is visit ing his cousin. Joseph Painter near Stoutsville this week. MHKKKKKXKKKXKHKtKXKXKXKKKKKi J. d. Elliott made a business ktrip to Hannibal Monday. Don't forget th e dates of Rob ertson Vaudeville Go. May 19 and 20th. Admission lO-20-.Wc. The Emperor of China de crees that the Catholic religion , be recognized in his realm. Eat Strawberries and Cream I tonight with the Presbyterian j ladies at Moessner's Restau ra nt. A gang of thieves was brok enupin Palmyra Monday. Oy I the arrest of the three princi pals. All are negroes. Dan'l Ui lit, of Indian Creek, is smiling a great big smole. It is a sweet little girl. Miss Mae Ely left Thursday ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 May 1899

THE DEMOCRAT W. Editor City, Editor mixson, MONROE CITY. MO lornback, Hannibal, Oculist and Mo. i Scott made a business I'.iris Thursday. Peter Werner left for Friday to spend several k-Jtll her people. . H M. McClintiC was vis 'almyra friends the lat rt of the week. Go to R. Manning Walker' for 18K wedding rings. TO CVKK A COM IK OVK DA T. Take I,xtle Bromi Quinine Tsblets A rirpgglnl refund money If It Mil to cure Me The ent..ne bii I.BQ on each tuulcl 011- ip HQl Off people will e at." of the know fence, where :Wing Machines 2L50 best in i he world. ii Manning Walker. Li. W. .Janu s '' is a tine line of n whlcli (iv delivering. L a ve i Sharp & Don- ley Ferd Wok1. l Lentner, came town Thursday to visit his nany old frienda who were glad n see him. One Ued J year old Short lorn thoroughbred Bull, n good tne. See or write me at Mon oe City. Jackson Koisk. Ii. L. Stewart and estemable wife, of Cincinnati, Mo., were In the city trading wilh the merchants For delicious Ice Cream g...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 May 1899

isa afrt g jja fiiTIOBninitLlili WELT11E11S 1M0D OF MAGNETIC HEALING. Is now p-ncticed bv PROF'S C! ArPT? with tfrer.t succes, at Moberly, Missouri. Some of their cures are WouUerful and app,iranlly magical. All manner of diseases cured without medicine. Magnetism is the popular cure of the day. A greater per cent of cures are made by tins treatment than any other method or prac tice. It you have any chronic disease in which von have failed to yet relief do not despair, there is yet hope Write to. or come and see Prof's Catron & Magruder We also cur- by absent treatment. Write to us for full particulars it you can not come to see us. Head some of our many Testimonials: Prof.s Catron & Mftgrudur, I have tillered constantly with Kidney trouble toreiffbt vears. I SOk h?iT''hr.,1M,1at1ls'"-'OSI vlMl n(i oonrtlpallon. I have exi,al8ted the best Medical skill but no relief-fortunately I went to Profs Catron & Matfruder aad was soon restored to health. I have boon troubled with...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 May 1899

The X Racket. 8 cents. 50c, I its tol. This weeks prices. Millinary Prices. 85.00. 14.00 :.oo Rata no 13.00 Ballon i", :i", CO. 89. and Summer dress goods. 20a (;intrh:inis Ifio. 18a utnghatni lOo. 12k" (inu'l'iitiis Ho. Lawns .'IJ, ". Up to 1.1c. Piquet 10, 1" and 22c. Mi-tis straw half So to 2.V. Men's Linen Hftts 20. 25,85, 48, Tin1 beat 49u overall In Monroe Men! shirts 25. 35, and fiOc. Steal Hod umbrellas 75o quality Shoes. Ladles Oxford toes 11.00, 1.8i Tue best$l00 Plow shoes. Groceries. 1l!b good sugar 11.00 :i can Kookuk tomatoes 21 81b ifood roast coffee l.oo Mb extra greoii coffee 11.00 Good molasses per gal. ;Mo. ood vinegar per gal, 15c. ..nt goods at lowest prices. S. CHristian. LEGAL RATES? FLORIDA. ICd Dusendsobon, of Cairo, 111., Is I mu on a vacation. Mr. i!in Hatter si v lias m in property In town. ; li irn, t" the wife of It. W a attic gin, saiuraay EAST MARION ITEMS. l'leasnnt weather at present, (invss and woods are rurnlntfa race. Parmen aro busy jilantlnjr c...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 May 1899

h l MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers. Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Halts Counties, Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. VOL. 12 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1899 NO. 8 THE BURLINGTON'S MONSTER ENGINE WILLIAM J. BRYAN. The following extracts are taken from W. J. Bryan's speech Railroads. East and Westl a t Quincy. Tuesday. are not competitive in their equipment in any sense; hut the monster locomotive of the Bos ton & Albany Railroad, which recently took the palm from old "9913" of the Empire State Express, must relinquish its llace to a western rival. The Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railrocd has recently put into service the two largest passenger engines ever con structed. They will be used on the Denver Express and the fast mail trains. These new giants, numbered 1591 and 1591', weigh just one ton more than the Massachusetts wonder, hundred and twenty-seven each, 2,000 pounds more their eastern rival. campaign, a campaign fresh...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 May 1899

THE LANDS MEMORIAL DAY. Whors tin: flower la their beauty set the woodlter., aU i$cm, And tbo erfst! ri verts laujjbinjf to the (Utiviit oce&rJ flow. Where the bM arc in the eluvos anJ. the hi of ItianW bin', , Htm UstAiwi on the grassc kft tJit: silitiin! of Ihfl lim-t -Owjw a p-jl'le f th to duty 'MSth tvlfiMrncr .f the ar, AM tfie Natitm (SMSes a chftplet for A,- BBWDOT fX bv WM) JVw bw roe. b' wrt to battle,, for r.J; MBS UV- t,ru XVttv MS vlwpiay In ttS SUBhlB in th-tr unift'ttM f Via1, Vhera Us rtJwiwMfeab'B msle wake tlm MtfMM of the (jlen, Axl Um Mtsstestppi rushes twist the- i.iwy i.e'vT.rt of men From tbo sbtdSW Ol Katahdiii. wit his eerie CVWf of 0W8. To the )arnl of mtlless nuiumer, where the Sacramento flows, There arc camps forever silent, for n drums within then heat, A.nd the busies of the battle blow no "Charge!" and no "Retreat!" But upon be IO id bosoms fall the oented bloom of May.. Anil sgratefnl Nation Icaecletb vn her own Memorial Day. One e,an a'jnost bea...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 May 1899

People Going West or Northwest) Should not fail to write Howard Biting, General Agent, Hannibal. Mo., in order to get the best rates, the best train services and those traveling comforts which characterise this railroad. Letters oC inquiry will always be answered with that fair dealing which has made the Burlington Roate w hat it is -the road that can take the best, care of you to any point in the west. 47 9 tf. Administrator's Notice. I Noli of Administration is hereby given i that letters of aWpMMiatMp mi tlic estate of ioit:e r. IpfsM qactiaWQ were (tranten to the undersigned on tlic 1st day of May, lK99bythe Probate Unit of Uonroo County Mlswmri. Ail peraons baviug claiuts ajrainit said esuifee arc requested i exhibit them Tor allowance to the ailninrstrator vtthiu one 1 year after the date of said krtters. or they may oe pwbuivl fraa any beiHitof such estate, and if such elaiiBS he not exhibited within two ji reals from tite lateM this puhlhMUion thev shall be rorever burned. T...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 May 1899

LAMES DRESS THE FOOT In becoming fashion and the costume is complete, omit a stylish, well fitting-pair of shoes and the effect is lost'. BOULW ARE'S SHOE STORE supply the people with fine footwear at liberally low prices. ALL THE LATEST STYLES, HIGH AND LOW CUT, BLACK AND TAN READY FOR YOU it Rfcfp Puteof ilia Wgf lace Bool. JULIA HARLOWE" SHOES We have iust added to our stock a line of the abnvn shno They are the most perfect fitting Ladies Shoe overproduced. Made ot the finest Yici Kid in Tan and Black, any toe, any last. We cordially invite the ladies to examine this famous shoe before they make a purchase in footwear. Yours Truly A. BOULWARE & SON. 2 EXCLUSIVE BOOT AND SHOE DEALERS OF MONROE THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor, R. F. HIXSON, City Editor. Terms - - - $i Per Year, tuorud It the pottoflfcie ! Monroe City, Mis souri, ah second cliisn iimtlur. THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1899 GOVERNMENT FOR THE PHIL IPPINES, Manila, May 22, 8:18 p.' in. Prof, Bcburman, head i the United Stat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 May 1899

LEGAL RATES. For good ice go to J, W. Bur-ditl. Mai Losson was the guest of Palmyra relatives Sunday. For good ICE apply to T. w, Stephens. Telephone No. 74. John Drescher, of Palmyra, was in the city Sunday. Queen Victoria was 80-years-old yesterday. Charles Hugeley, of Paris, j was in the city with menus Saturday. W. C. Vanglttlfo went to Qum cy Sunday to see the Father of Waters climb out of its bed. Mrs. W. L. Reid spent the first of the week with Hannibal friends. Rev. John Anderson came in Dol Burditt was a business from Fayette Tuesday, visitor in Quincy Saturday. Save Your Blue grass and j Rev. W. H. James tilled ap Red top seed for Jno. L. Owen, pointments at Whitesides. S it ' 1 1 1 O 1 - Mr. Menrhrim shinned in 1 ear uruaJ Rna of grazers yesterday morning. Ask R. O. Cranston why S. B. Gilliland had to put a drj- shirt on, Saturday morning. Mrs. M. A. Yowell. of Stouts ville. is visiting her son, D. K. Yowell. James Robinson, of Hunting ton, was transacting business in the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 25 May 1899

THJ tfOORAT W. R. F. H Editor City, Editor -B CITY, MO. A 11 rt ni' Dr. The tonkin; i back, nibal, Oculist Mo. ami Go to R. Manning Walker' for 18K wedding rings, , I en School Board is a competant teach- TO CVHK A COZ.lt IX OJVE I)d V. Take Laxatin- Urom i Q ilnlni' TiOilels A rirngglut refund raun) if it falls to cure 25c The rem..ne has L U Q on each tsblet 111- For delicious Ice Cream go to the Christian's Cafe. Uncle Billy Uinstattd informs j us that he is in receipt of a let ter from his son. Benjamin, stating that he will be home I from Bluetields. Nicaragua, in ! about two wei-ks. He stated er. Scwi.i.; Machines S2,50 best in Ihe world. R Manning Walkkr. H. W. James lias a tine line of ice which he is now delivering. Leave orders at Sharp & Don leys. S. B. Gllliland spent the latter jart of the week with fri eudc at Salisberry. For fresh dry goods go to Mish TUD1E SwiNKBY. .Miss Elizabeth Rouse is spending the week with her sister. Mrs. T. P Middleton, of Clarlcsville, M...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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