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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 September 1899

r Robbed The Grarve. a startling Incident) of which Mr. ulin Ollvor of 11iiln4clMltt win the Ktil'Jccli is narrated by him a follows I wm in n stoat dreadful condition. Ai.i.STH WAN TKK. For ' Tim LI to Ami Achievement of admiral liaway." Iho world's creates! naval hero lly Mil rat llnlstcad, III lifelong friend and ii'linlicr of the nation's Idnl. hlmuiit imhI lust ImiiIii over MM hagat, hxio lttelio: nearly inn agcil li.-ilflonc Illustrations only ji. vi. KtHtmHiua demand, nig eonnnli. Man. Ollt lit frvr, llhallre of u In. i.i-i- v.,i I.. I. '!... - ' ' i' ... , ,, 1 1 i 1 1 i n. i ...in i pun v miMM . .,... Mv ikln whs almost yellow, eyes floor OaXtofl HMfM Gnlaagv :;) iinkiTi, tonjruQ coated i pain continual !. in iMUtk And Mid shies, no appetite, gradually ffrowlnifweakor day by day. Tfhivc physlclani had ilvcn ma m. rtx'tunataly! a friend adWlsotl trying hltartrlo Bittern! and to my if re at Joy .urnrlse, tha lirst bottle made a decided improvement, l nontlnnnd BACHELOR'S REFA...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 September 1899

THE RACKET. This week wc sell you, Men' Suspenders, .wire Itnckl ii rawer i guporter, 80a vain,-, at Iflo. Men's Sox good and heavy 10 valuo, forRc. iPv for We. Mod's overalls MWod with doubl neemi 6.rc, quality, 4 . Men's Drill Drawer double ooil and heavy worth 400 lit 30c. Men's OorderoyPanti good wi at pold by others at 12.00 hero 12,00. Men's work plows worth 76o at B0c Men's pause undef shirt :!( quality. at 20c. Mlsilvttppl Jeanei 1'anU 11.26 kind for M)o. .( Pr Ladies 'Hearoloii blaok hose rioublu haul and toe 2f- Ladies Jersy ribbed tapotl Nock Vest! worth 7e for Go. Wool filled Dress Goods well worth 20c.. tor IGc. Wool filled Dress (ioods well worth 161 for 12c, Fine all wool Dress (ioods X, .10 and UUo, CROCEKIES. l-:i (food Light Sugar 1.(H). 10 lh Loose Koasted Coffee 11.00 2 Pkgs. Shredded Wheat hiseuit. 2oC. 2 Cans Peaches 2-re. j gal, Molasses 2.ric. 1 Pkge. soda Se. Lh Haiti.: A:;., Six for 10 or Sealp Knlfe tobauoo 35o. You'l find ours the hest place to buy. S. CH...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 September 1899

Monroe City democrat. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers Beveled to the Interests if Marion, Monroe and Ralls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. vol. la MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1890 XO. 21 GERMANY INSULTED. Berlin. Sept. i 1. Although the press predicted the Dreyfus condemnation almost from the beginning of the trial, theGer Mill people clang to the hope that the positive proof of tee innocence of the accused, re peatedly offered by the imperial government, ivould prevail over prejudice, perjury and forgery. The verdict lias had the effect ? a blow in Hi. face. The na- j Pin lif Days 1 1 M! i lioual pride is deeply wounded, All 1 the feeling against Prance is stronger tlian a', any since l7l. It takes the of contempt, however, tnaii uatred of Prance. T ie knowledge of weakness and sympathy thane Frenchmen who are i I i I til I I ! 1 t 8 i time i : tin form I rather 1 Come and be with us. Oct. 3rd. 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th. I809. Tlje Great Hannibal Street Fa...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 September 1899

in un''f lONGAfiO IwasA. W. Slayback. Imeutlon kbatarrorof nonuntonlafs. Ask the question on your knees, Mr. Bryan States The Platform- T'iv mon of old MiMOMrl Arn bosrty, bi'sta anil true, With sturdy, manly nann ir, And friendship frostaand now: Tttflr MuniiH a mi lot for killed in Aro rt i n . l whan iocs n W flits 1" what I learnod ( men In MUsouri, long :tR. his name because he was after- 'Loan's father-in-law iiau.nnci ptny that oou Fill Help The democratic leader in 100(1 ward a conspicuous soldier hi been prose i ibed socially in the you to give an Ixmesf answer j w) n(l M)y he William 3. the confederate army, and after I first days of the ivar by tbelGreeboogb. Bryan hot tin; leader will die- t lie war he was a most success- P. P. V.'sol St. Joe. Ho was Man must work. That is as late the platform. Every con- ful lawyer in Missouri, and was la cantankerous old chap, and certain as the'suu. But be may ference, committee meeting or an altercation with despised by the secesh. H...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 September 1899

J guess a dog's tail wags mo ' "THE NEBRASKA COLORADO much to courlnce folks that it! EXPRESS" A NEW TRAIN. isn't only stuck on. On June ith the Burlington After i man on cry a few times it doesn't : tervlce to the Went a new hurt him: it only Inrea liha. daily train St. Louis t Denver Joh probably uaed to practice cutting out dresses with paper patterns by an open'wlndow. (Reduced One Way Second Class Rates to the Northwest. Effective at once, the one-way lid basing fast rates to Portland, Tacomaaud lea villi; Eastern Missouri iii the ml , mmm fencing . . . . 1 III.... has seen a worn woute puts into its passenger secoiiu ciass sennit; When a man falls in love with a Woman who hasn't a pretty name he invents a pretty one fur her. The reason why so many girls nro bow legged in rain;,' weather is because when they put their istockings on they gel the ribs crooked. Every girl thinks a Kiss is a lot nine sacied to her than it isj to the o her woman she knows. When .1 man has a piece ol...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 September 1899

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, Qty Editor. In l!iOO the people Will re buke HannahM), polygamy, pi racy and slavery when they vote t lie ).'mM-n t i i 'ct. Term - - - $4 Per Year. Z itirO'! MUMpMtoSOOM MOOfOi CttXi Mil OMfltM toeono olam mutter. THURSDAY, SEPT. 14, 1899 Notwithstanding the fact that nur Republican friends have the boasted tXngtey tarilT law in operation, a war lax which more than pays the necessary cost of tlie war. and have re ceived millions from the Pacific Railroads and sale of other val uable government property, there is still a great deficit ) the National finances. It He people want the government conducted economically and at the same iim.- have a govern ment of. for and by the people, they must place the reins of government in the bands-of the grant! old Democrat party. France has seen many dark days, t)Ut the farce military trial of Dreyfus will stand out forever against that country. Justice has been trampled down The evidence all tended...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 September 1899

I SE RVH3A BJLE , IDEPUIDABjL iaOD AIRE MEMO, Wc show you more shoes for your selection, than all other Monroe stores combined. Besides we save you money on every pair Thats why we sell so many of them Thats why you can't affcrd in justice to yourself and your purse to b iy your shoes any place but at A. Boulware & Son's SHOE STORE. 2 m 1 1 I H I I Call and see our heavy Cot ton Worsted Pants for BO cents LbVy's. Harry Wood lias had a hard j tumble from his wheel. The right wrist was dislocated. J. J. Rogers spent the first of the week in the Future Great buying goods for the fall trade. : mm the Melson the 20tll. and Remember Yet sale on (,'le is n nv an e m- Steain Launury. Ca nc ployee at the Boys Knee Pants for 25 cents at Levy-'s Cash Clothing Store. E. P. Melson was attending 1 1 business in this city the first of the week. L oh at our Black Worsted Suits $1.50. It is a l',rlter- j Lew's Gash Clothing Store. J i 0. E Tucker, of Moberly. spent Sunday in the city with J hi-;...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 September 1899

THE DEMOCRAT W. . R0U5E, R. P. I1IXSON, Editor City, Editor Wli ,;VFKV WRK Ujr0lldlJM1IKTM1 Farm Leans at 6 Per Cut. imSSm MONROE CITY, ttO. For pood Ice go to ). w. Bur ditt. Dr. Hornback. Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal. Mo, For deli i-ions Ice Cream go to t lie Christian's Ca fe. for stood ICR npply to W Stephens. Tclephonn N Mrs. A 11. Atnent, formerly of this city, is now ; resldentof i treat Bend, Kansas. S. F . Wade made tlx' DkmoJ t:at an appreciated visit Thursj day morning. We li t . prepared lo loAN wunis of isj.OOO or more on nood lin pri ved farms in Monroe County at " net pcbI Interest with small commiNalotii or " percent wltli out commlMlon. J. A. MM & CO. Monroe City, Mo- Buggies, Surreys and 5 0 COMB AGAIN. Does the Monroe DBMOOttAi expect county oi.i' Road Wagons, Mrs. J. Travis, of St. J For job printingof all kinds the Democrat is head quarters and our prices are right. Mrs. W. II. Balllet of Hnnue vvell was shopping In the city i Villa v. fYrd Wood of Lentuef c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 September 1899

and all great Burgeons arc In Bucklen's Arnica Salve. I favor of total abstinence. Borne t-. ha ivn , iiic ncHt hhivi' m the world for Cuts surge m will not undertake to Bruins, Sotm, Ulcers, Bah Rhcnm perform operations upon per fover Sores, Totter, Chapped hands mn who have been addicted to CTUWlB, corns, and all Skin) drink; they value their renuta- JP10" poKtiwi out.ei ph0J tloua too htirlilv to rial, failure. i'Ji. !' 1 , pwi.w. - .II r limn V ; WHAT THE FLAG MEANS. 'naea. rrioo s,c, rp sale by li. O W(iu,l. President Mckinley says the ;r will not mean one thintr In QUESTION FOR M'KINLEY. Those Independent republi can newspapers of New Eng land soinetim.fs ask President McKinley very awkward ques t mrs. In these days of Imperialism smii questions should not be lislred by any newspaper which leans at all toward the republi can side. But New England editors have a way of thinking thing in the United States, their own thoughts and when; Well, that sounds all right, a question pops...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 14 September 1899

Let us give you prices on Paints before you buy- Le us fill your Prescriptions X Our Prescription; Department is equal to any in the state. X Our Drugs are new, fresh and clean. X Let us buy your second hand School Books and sell you new X ones. Let us have your trade, we will X sell you the best jp to date Goods for the least Money. X Let us see you at THE DRUG STORE RANEY k SAUNDERS, Props. FIRST DOOR SOUTH OF P. O. MONEY TO LOAN At 5, 5 1-2 and 6 Per Cent Interest On good Missouri farms, with partial payment privileges at anV Interest pay day. Kate of interest regulated according to value of security offered, We also loan money on desirable City proper ty at reasonable rates. Gallon or address with stamp for reply, JOHNSON & DAVENPORT, Monroe City, Mo, v I I FOR Hay, Feed, Coal and Wood GOTO A, H, GREEN. Cor. Summer and Vine Sts. I $ HHMiMHStHSSSSS4t4lASSI Fairbank Scales. WcST END NOTES. R. H. tiaar 'iw In Madison on l.uslneai Wednesday, Mlu Barbara v i f lit , of Clap ier, ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 September 1899

M onroe City Democrat. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers VOL. 12 Devoted to the Interests of Markn, Mwroe and Balls Counties. Subscription, fl.00 Per Year. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMB RH 21, 1899 NO 22 UMBSMW MMMIBI loice Property For Sale. WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION OX THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1899. 93 acres of ground oa E ist Cleave I and St.. M mroeOlty, .f.. In I, 3. 5 or lo acre lots to the highest bidder. Now is your time to se care a plat of ground for a pretty home, livery foot of this ground is high and ilry and there is nothing in the city to surpass it for building sites. The city i frglnj to the fro it. Its religl m facilities are uns irpase I as each denotni lation has a pood house of worship and a pastor. The Public and High Schools are equal to auy in the state The social advantages, like the religious and educational are the very best. The present buildings, church, businessand residence show conclusively that no town in North Missouri is putting as man...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 September 1899

'ONE DAY tlx- KUDM WO H me day, KNOB chty, Of" JTOM, OT 1 alone, Musi look um have known, Musi mad tlx- wir-..iii.! path wa two i liavi- trod i And ory Id vain toons who is wltfa Ood, To lest) ilown from tin; Btlont Reft low Mid Hiiy, "I lovo you," in Uk? old funii liar way. HonM day and each day, ieauteoiis though it he, Hriiii; closer that drmd hour for you or me. deal' footed Joy. who hurries time along. yet a Mcrot foe who docs i wrrong Speeding u i;nyly, though he well doth know Of yonder pathway where lt ono my go. spinning out unci Totltah cling- j sailing away on the lake again. ) heart of mine perfeot ilnyr Whether of whit Mays, There runs a dark Creeping snake, Or like a hlaek thread mistake Life has strung the pear) of happy years; A thought which border.-! all my joys with fvars. through all there December tr green thought like a . which hv Home the moose. Some members of tbey went up the shore into tbe and with another shake of his the party expressed a tlesi re to ! bu...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 September 1899

THE GREAT PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN OF 1900. Tiio policies of the great political parties are now Iwing formed and the andidato discussed. The voice of tlM people a i coor.-Vsd jy ballot at the approaching Presidential eleeaiou will prol ably dwidc tho poliej of the nation for the next decade. Kvwy ttson mud study the great queatfona i hat Arc to 0OUM before the people T.ii OKn only l)c dono through the weuiuw o a great newspaper. Now in tho time therefore, for every voter to aabscrihu for toe best and most ra iiable newspaper obtainable. The Sum'-Weekly Kemiblie cover tJ, I "THE NEBRASKA COLORADO EXPRESS" A NEW TRAIN On June 1th the Burlington Route puts into its passenger service to the West a new fast daily train St. Louis to Denver leaving Eastern Missouri in the afternoon and early evening-, ti nving at ieover u:0 p. m. next day. One niirbt en route. iirect via St. Joseph and South era Nebraska. The Burlington and Rio Grande Routes from tlie middle CliW.S Reduced One Way Second Ral...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 September 1899

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE. Editor. R. P, HIXSON, City Eiltcr. Verms ---$! Per Year, tnore.l at lb potto An t MoOfO ;lty. M i : tonrliM iseond bImi mMttr. THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1899 Democrats, look oot for wolves in sheep' clothing. An attempt la going to be made t get a number of traitors Into the delegation to the Demo-, erattc national convention next year from every statu where lt In possible to l" so. The plan is to profess loyalty to the Chi sago platform and Bfyan, and thus ecure aeata In tin- conven- i tlon wltnoui oetng ssspecieu We warn the people that It wl be unsafe to send any delegate! to conventions neat year except men that are known to them to be tried and true, In an emer gency like lite present, where we are opposed by the money power, it will not do to take chances Nations I Imperialism, Polygamy, slav ery. Piracy are now recognised by the Mark Ha MM administra blon as being all right in Amer ica. How do you. iHte the po)l Prom what source did McKla ley derive the ri...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 September 1899

M M M 9) lit 41 A it I Wc would like to sell you your footwear. If quality and price are any inducements, wc arc certain wc can please you, LADIES SHOES, Fall nml Winter Styles in Black and Tan. Turn and Welt, We have the swellest line In the city. The best line of Duck Coats p in Monroe City at Levy's, i i X Carl Smith has resinned his position as foreman ol tin I Shelbtna Torchliirht. I Mrs. John Mastin has been spending t lie weeft In the City of Flowers. S - Have you seen that all Wool Black Clay Worsted l8os. at to.; at f, BV V's. SCHOOL SHOES. 'i'li" largest and. most complete line in the county Every pair warranted to jive satisfaction. J W. E Lee ami laniily, of near! I Warren, left for St. Louis Tues j I tlav to s iciul sever.il da vs. IT i v , vour MEN'S SHOES, s dor at Levy's ut made to or Cash Clothing I 4i Bee our line of Men's Shoes before you buy We can .save you money and sell you a better and more stylish shoe than any one. I Store. A K. Crisler asks that the BOOTS,...

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. — 21 September 1899

THE DEMOCRAT Farm Loans at 6 Far Gent. W. I. ROUSE, R. F. MIXSON, MONROE CITY. MO. For good ice go to J. W. Hur ditt. Dr. Hornback. Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal, Mo. For delicious Ice Cream go to the Christian's Cafe. C. E. Purnell made a business trip to Palmyra Friday. For goad ICK apply to J W Stephens. Telephone Mo. 74. If yon wish to learn how to get a 70 cent shave Walter G. Williamson will tell you how. For a good Luncheon or First Glass Meal the place to find it is at Christians. Fou Rent A good 5 room dwelling, with barn. etc. 8 21 J. A. Mei.son & Co. George W. Little, of Centre. was a business visitor in tne citp Thursday. John Cleary has sold a nice bunch of cattle to J. M. Proc tor, Jr., at if 50 per head. Mrs. C. M. Lisley went to St. Louis Friday to spend several days with friends. Editor We have prepared to loan nnmft City, Editor ,,f IM-OOO or more on good lm . .. i proved farms in iMonroe County at 5 per cent interest with small eonimiHMion, or percent wim out c...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 September 1899

Free of Charge . ny ml ii It UsteWlttg from a cold a "'-I OD the broiut, bronchitis, throat or I unc troubles of (tny B&tUPC who will (!itll nt Turner Drug Co. win Ixi praaonWd with a namplo of Bosohee'a German Syrup( free of sliargw. Only on.- bottle gifW to one to mVe perfect Batlnfaction penon, mid nono to children without refunded. Prlee 23o, for sale by SCHOOL AND CHURCH. It is estimated that there are 80,000 pupils in the agricultur al schools ( he United Slates. In the San Francisco schools Japanese children are not sep ergaled on the school rolls, hut :i rn ,1 tv.i'd no. iihit.u The minister of education 111 j luug renMM) ever had such a sale as Saxony has followed the exan- Boechee'e German Syrup in all parts pie Of Russia in not Allowing oftheolrtlhwd world. Twenty yearn ...... . aifO millions of OOttlei were given LMrls in school to wear corsets. " . , j away, and your drutrinU will tell President Oilman, of Johns j you its succus was marvelous. It is Hopkins universi...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 September 1899

MONEY TO LOAN U At 5, 5 1-2 and 6 Per Cent Interest Let us give you prices on Paints before you buy Le us fill ycur Prescriptions Oar Prescription : Department is equal to any in the state, Our Drugs are new, fresh an clean Let us buy your second hand School Books and sell you new ones. Let us have your trade, we will sell you the best jp to date Goods for the least Money, Let us see you at STORE X X X X X ev 3 On (food Missouri farms, with partial payment privileged at any Interest pay day. Kate of interest regulate:! according to value of security offered, We also loan money on desirable city proper ty at reasonable rates. Call on or address witli stamp for reply. JOHNSON & DAVENPORT, Monroe City, Mo. 0 0 0 XHiH-:3s FOR Hay, Feed, Coal and Wood I GO TO A, H N I Fairbank Scales. Cor, Summer, and Vine Sts. THE DRUG RAEY k SAUNDERS, Props. FIRST DOOR SOUTH OF P. O. 0 ?! o 8 (TO G Ba ,.- 00 ft o nrams.g In WALL PAPER will be found at the Turner Drug Company's Store at the Cor. of ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 September 1899

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Ralls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. VOL. 12 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1899 NO. 28 Choice Property For Sale. WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION ON THTJRSDAT, OCTOBER 12, 1899. acres of ground on East Oleaveland St.. M niroeCity, Mo. in i, 3, 5 or lo acre lots to the highest bidder. Now is your time to se cure a plat of ground for a pretty home. Every foot of tills ground is high and dry an I there is 'nothing in the city to surpass it for building sites The city is forging to the front. Its religious facilities are unsurp iss d as eacli denomination has a good house of worship and a pastor. The Public and High Schools are equal to any in the state. The social advantages, like the religious and educational are the very best. The present buildings, church, business and residence show conclusively that no town in North Missouri is putting as many hard dollars...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 September 1899

NE Wl I II t l Alone with God " nil my poor hlwdlng heart " .ay loll hint tllttS apart. i I all it- cares and wow, Struggle ai;tl ils fin.?-, A- friend to friend. Alow wiili lod 'Unt II" may counsel yiyc. vlth strength divine Ul li i Above PBch ill and car.- Vo OVCIWOIBO each u:nv. As Guide and Friend . Alone wiili ' Who will my wles attend blest assistance rand Who nil my tests shall dry (nd every nerd n m .1 y . A- Helper, Mend. Alone w i'.ii ( lod To that ii- will i'if iiiii make no. heart His home. My lif'' ii enter in. -. aims (r good ti win, A (Saviour, l-Yiend, Mono w itli Hod 'i'hat i my Joys' maj '"II, And gratitude a well, ,'nr tits gilts t. Ami !ivin,' kindness liWi My Mi':'"-. friend. -Roger II. Lyon, In N. V. Kxnminor. GRANT WAS CALM "Staff officers would tfnllop ventlons In the counties which at reasonable expense, lor mon up every few minute, to each are under tin- Influence of the oy thus expended will pay n of whom be would give a brief respective candidates. It wou...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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