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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 December 1898

WIMNMMVMIWMl VMM Miscellaneous Items, Gold coins are In circulation t wlcs as long as copper ones. Most of tlifl phosphorus used in ilif world is produced from bones. IV i .souri, 'J he last report of t!i: Score tnry of State of Missouri L ives, of the traveling public. Upon its rivers are to be found Steam boat and ban uiii ITS. til. following uwih .u iow cost freight business. lines capable of Hit 0M immem e Pins nave been made for 480 years, but needles have been nied for b 1 centuries, Only one out of every thous and married Couples live to cel ebrate their golden weddings, i Texas recently bouu among ftcti: Missouri is the fifth state "Missouri enjoys the proud out of forty five in the American distinction of having the larg- Union in population, which, nc- est available public school fund cording to the last census, was of any state in t tie American 2,070,184. The population is Union, This fund is divided an now estimated to be 8,230,000, follow-.: Common school fund. It is t...

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. — 29 December 1898

WEST END NOTES. James Clark, of H mine well, was the guest of relatives here Monday nud Tuesday. Ix El, Campbell and wife were the guests of relatives at Oak Dale Sunday and Monday. Colorado Letter. Denver Colo., Dec. 22. 08. Ifood families rnd have b boat of frtondt who v. thera much hnppl-l less. Frail Smith mill M 1st Lllllc oXluff noted m groomsman and WOJtllOE City DEMOCltATi He catne. I saw etc. When bridesmaid. Quite a erowd from those parts will attend the "bop"' k: llufltlngtbtii Den. 88th. Our little city hna a number of vi.-- Mrs. I!. A. Whitecotton, of Ltora. Indian Creek, called in the west end Saturday . JOe Gray and family, of Hna sarrl. wore the guests of i!. II. ilagar anil family, Saturday. Omer Jones, of Oak Dale. I can bear yon say. Why the herb of the day. as he journeys westward, Lieut ft. P. Mob son. ol Mcrrimac .tme. Was it not a great privilege? Winn following tht? reports f the late war during the summer I a w L AliSOLUXEIY 'Pvp.r. Makes the food more delic...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 January 1899

f It 6 Ccr. iroe city DEM OCR AT. Democrat Printing Co., J'ullishcrs Devoted to the Interests of Marlon, Monroe and Halls Counties. VOL. U Subscription, (1.00 Per Year MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JXCJ RY 5, 1891) NO. 40 Mrs. Sarah ML Hickman is sufferinR with the grippe, Teddy Roosevelt wan Inaugu rated as governor of New York Monday. The Montana legislature was organized Monday at noon. Balloting for F. s. Senator will not begin until the 10th Inst. Rav. Y. II. Foley lets been called to ami accepted the charge of the ESbeneter church in Marion County. Services first Sunday in each month. We have arranged to uiakoa W lotltM oil iliK'l IcrHdc fittmi tor the next it( ln.vs at per cent interest and a small ex pense, Julmson & Davenport P. W. Huston lias bought the interest of his partner, T. .1. Gaines, in the Gaines & Huston lumber yard, and will continue tile business as of yore. The Iron Age is the authority for the statement that the Car negie Steel Company will build ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 January 1899

I he hckd iuarJ 'All quiet along 'h Potomac 'Ik "Rxoept now Md then a u-n picket la hot. M U- wilks on U-tfc, to Mid (rOi I5i !. rthmM Kid in Uir thicket til. It chanced one morning w io resided 4o n little town in I HomorouS. Icy yoc earn yoursen ., ...... ...... . . .4 ....... i v.. ., irn ti ,. ;.',.m..-if-iJ.u.u I britrbter and nwcctet mtain ol tne union iiitn m- n..- " -- ms -- ' - , . . , , i the an full of narental affection nmi are bom The Editor -Not you ci uui ..ra.. J. - . I .s much than any el line recogni confederate deserters aa a man of his own company. He saw at once how desertions had been two. now conducted BO Successfully. -only out- of tin all alone, Ibe iic-aih Will not battle! Not :m officer niuii. .Moaning on rattle." All iniV' along the Potomac to-night, Where the aotdiera lie poaoefully dreaming; ir bint in tlu- IMV9 of the autumn moon. mi the lilitof ttwwatea-flrei gleam ing, A treuiuloaa ataH, aa the gwntl good Christian advice that I bad not the courage t...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 January 1899

Joseph Sandifer made a busi-: Mrs. W. H. Byrd was visiting tiess trip to Palmyra Monday. S. W. Seward, of near Clap per, was in the city en route to Hannibal Monday. Prof. L. C. Demnree. of Clar ence, has been visiting his brotliei-. Samuel. Harry McCliutic was looking after lit n stock interests in Pal myra .Monday. E. VP a s C. Long, repairing the :( it machinist, engine at friends and relatives in Palmyra Friday, A. c. Spalding, of Hun newel I, was attending to business in the city Friday. Mrs Bodkin, of San Francisco, Cal. was found truiltv of murder in the flrst degree. She received i roe CitV- is peudin a life sentence. Win. M. Gentry, of Sioux City. Iowa was in this city Thursday, enroute to Renaselear where he risiird the homefolk. Woodland Friday. Mrs. David Clark was the guest of 1. P. Stephens and wife a portion of last week. i After a pleasant visit with of Ely, his and her parents. H. A. Ogle and family returned to St. Louis, Monday. W. A. Sullivan left Monday for St. L...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 January 1899

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. POUSE, Editor. R. F. H1XSON, City E4itor. Terms - - $2 Per Year tuisfsd st Mtt nwsieBcs si Monro City, Ml MUtia A tMond rim mnttcr. THURSDAY, JAN. Our financial system business sick. "Equal rights to all'.speclal privileges to nunc" is Deir.ocrat Ho who benefit of patriotic. does most ill citizens Keep lovoiate resolutions you Year's da v. all tbe made The .ret liril and American peopn to blmetalllsm d at 10 to I. Monroe CitV sh many manufacturing i ihe close ol 180U. We we will Let each one of us do all in our power for the advancement of our country, our State, our locality. The giving of 2,000 to every ? ORE 9& m mdk v 5, 1899. l fA fi Will 1 1" I I rrmay is most JU good V Pi will fii liver (jf 1 o . li hi have f U lanla :, I SJ can il AT JANUARY 1 mm 'l s-7, 5 3 Kir. PJ1 Y.V. VAtCV BVA'J T OkKg JjTuBC if i " 5 lamson X3cgiiiiiiiij Morning, January The failure, I sec, wa to scarcity of rabbits and 6th, 898 Every Deoartment in the Mouse will Contribute to th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 January 1899

ft ft M 1 E? - o tan Hi it at rom or r Sj SI We Have Left the Old Year E. J. Alexander W(li with ! friends 111 Madison Tuesday. I sfesf HIP AND CaBgtt i lift llis iw One. A Storm. Monday afternoon James v, Johnston and wife were invited evening with O. Shryack Our Beef, Pork and Mutton Is killed here, not shipped in. and is Consequently, FRESH AND SWEET. II you want something Choice, Juicy. Sweet and Cheap, Call and you will get it. OSCAR HAWKINS will have .-luir,.- ..r,, . ma. of the block. OUR GROCERY STOCK X At presint, as it was in the past, UPTODATB. Taauk'mg you for past favors we are yours truly. k4 w ISSK-; --Bfc o IT- 4PIS w ,f : jp p i ac v ty Hrr9 ffl1lAIM nil' J I ; uk., riinncrnn ,wns looif out to sonnd ih, lngnfftrhls hntnM In (crests their friends. K , . m r,l""v i wesnay. and wife. While they wereab- W. TV Dnv's. rf near Wnm1), sent their friends stormed the was In the cltv Tuesrlnv enroute 1 nome castle and took full pos I to Pnlmvra on business. session. The first ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 January 1899

THE DEMOCRAT v. ROU5B, R. F. HIXSON, Ilditor City, Editor MONROE CITY, MO. Go to l. ManmngWalker' or 1VK wedding rings. Mi-s Qracie part nt the week friends. Sharp spoilt with Hannibal Wall Paper never so cheap Ranby & Baundmms. Sewing Machines fS2,&6 best In the world. K Manning Walkbb. s. A and Bert Wood were at tending to business in Quincy the latter part i)f 1 1 1 - week. E Ptirnell, ol Kansas;1 ty, Sewing Machine oil and need- j lesat Walkers, the jeweler E. W. Ragland was .visiting relatives in SlielbinO, Snnday. Prof. Ltghtbody. of Ely. was In the City With friends Saturday. McClintic made a Y. M. C. Thursday evening was the Joseph dropped o!T here Friday noon to visit friends. fter- Wall paper the latea t styles a the lowest price's at RANISY & Sai ndkk's try and Aiue Palmyra isitors J. R. Peutuff, of tin ( p ran Hampton wert Saturday. Mrs. Lissie Brown, of Monroe 'itv. is the guest of her brother, Frank Vaughn. Mercury. Mis Mary Theison, of Shel bina, was the g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 January 1899

Twenty-Four Years Ago. Twenty four years ago thisi city was a mere village At that time Moss & Carson! did a i i business here. At that tune it. It. Bristow, I D. (;. Davenport and A. P. Llv InffSton were attorney.s-at law. ! Those days Mrs. Sue Liv ingston run the Livingston House (now the defunct Han ley) and Captain W. Schotield was! the proprietor of the Lindell Hotel, now Known as the Qem. j Those .lays V. R. P. Jackson run a clothing, boot and shoe house. .J. W. Clark run a drug bouse at that time and dispensed of blue nassi calomel and all kinds of unuauating stuff for the inwards. In January 1873 E. S. and A. j Bjulware were handling a .stock of dry goods, clothing, j boots, shoes etc., as well as furniture and coffins, l A. (good old Pet) Pendle ton was at that time handling o general merchandise at ve due ! prices." Nice, neat, clean old man. H. C. Goetze was then selling groceries and provisions at 'bottom prices" as well as do ing a tailoring business. .1. II. Simpso...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 January 1899

J X I AM ON DECK X WITH THE x new year. ha v 0cncd my meat market. It h Perfectly ('Iran and the New Furnished, : Fresh Meats and Cured Meats Cannot Be Excelled IV.ce or In Quality, i omt Oo to tii' .( me ami old Stand. be treated Right. J. W. Burditt. I AS I Happ: N MARION ITEMS. , Year to nil. . rv rough t ought tit tin a. s.i much ' hrlettnas t fornol myself ell as tin DKMOCKAT last week. Now Uesnbttions him now order. Maj we nl I I' able '" ay '"'xt 1 'arlst ; u(H thai thi has been the Ih!I year wo ha o i .1 seen. i oi, Unlit. Fowler, one ol Marlon . units''- oldesl cltlsons, Is In his war and In very f.-.-i!-. entirely help loss, HI daughter, Mm. Will Todd, wlin lives with ttteii In also very low. Till! the week ol praver, i- beltiit observed hy the pcoplo ol mis coin-innntti-. litnihiiiiT ovorv nitfht :his I have rr Ill's I ).. 30th. The Busy Bee society wl ! their mlto uartv at Dr. It. A. ' ; Thursday ntulit. Mi-, ami Mrs. loe Lyclt spon' Mon day In Warron with Mr. and Mm. 1 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 January 1899

MONROE CITY D J EMOCRAT. Democrat PrutUng Co., I'uOti&kcrt Devoted to the Interest of Marfan, Monroe md Tlalh Counties, 8ubcrt ,;, v. v -..: ' ' 7 ymwww m tur VOL. 11 MOXHOB CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1890 both Mis. a. Lee Ely Dead; .. s. Scott nud w i r nre nick i)i liptl with L i( 1 i-i mr ' Buan Carolyn, the wife of A. The grippe almost knocked LjeEly, who lives six mil,-. Dsmoobat out ibis week. H,t(,lsl o( Mn ,u., dled at Arcli McConachle was the 443 a, m Saturday, January 7th fluent of Hannibal frleuds fiiiii-1"1'11' "f pneumonia. Deceased day, I was ; daughter of Mr. an I Mis. ,. ... , , IE, S. Hampton, was born in Itev. i. w James made ' . . . . , , , ., B ills Co., Oct. 2!)t h 187& S he business trip to Hannibal Mod .... , ( was converted m Aug. IH89 un der the preaching of Rev, s. H. 5. M. Proctor wan attending ! Milam and lived a faithful to business at Little Union I christian life, in feb. 18BU Tuesday.. she made application for mem , , . ; . ... bird...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 January 1899

I'ouiKt thtr Wall-, of Hamadan, DrohsrOa itrrtfih Uielr bloomy pn Hound Mm wikiu Ifstnsdsni I'drptw SenpsnoaUw y hi'. Lyric brook rnslw Mltlm ssespsi Yet M all Mm lrl v Kie That tin- lord f ManHflon Saw. ora draw Hi'! rvl n, Anil ii Dsaebta orgy ran Itvund Mm wiilii ( llsoisssn. dona Hi'' jrest innlwnpw wu:ro i loM 'i iajf ' "Vl'1' lri (lone tli' I'll1, 11 KHi'rloi portfcum sod imiiK',"; And id. p!lntlvo nlifhfc'wlnd rdsod I or tli ni 'iMry of - MW M.iii (or iili'-n tr t Ik"I, ' 'mi trail. Mill KiWSVftll, IbMsS Hi" 'ii' ' Hiwiiii'iini. yufiit i an "'' radian i might "f nf F titri viiri'f, ral laMOttmt lUrolilwrt ssd UirllV-'d, w kmIm, Ui'li it" plomHIHW Wl tlH :iliii, Si'.i it, t!(MU4ttMlV li'"1 lOIWj Muto im4nrliU i umm Of ibiiw amiiinM ovrUii'vn 'iirt:in, Moubiti. I'lwthlun ICouml Urn wUmI I :iMiini.t' All tl" nitlrtntlur viwii ilwd. otHI vii leU Urn swid fr od lll WhiT'-Vlli" wirt'lom li'iury WW(U hllllh llttl'llllllt! DM Uli ' TuillllllK luiM'1"' Wl'lll' IIW" litUii' riww o'orru...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 January 1899

From Cuba. i CAMP ti.rni... nkak Havana, I'CBA, DMC. II, JW8. Aft t months weary Willing And RUirh prepariUton for military "duty, the 8Ul army Flections. Lansing, Mich., Jan. a. Al bert Pack withdrew from the (Senatorial race and J. 0. Bur rows was unanimously nomi 4m-M l ut la.it camped ,., I-,! iw tha RnuUHrnn r.-iiu-im li.'i.'-lit- )iiv(- ilavnnn. I fit O-..1I Mi,.., Inn mil- - v . i.i , - 1 n t i , i i itin,. -r i . i i . . - iii' (In 1 .j mr il 11, : . it I icliiip-m worn Brig. Gen. Wtieittoti ami staff, Republican members of the two nlshcs to her patients typewrit Personal an J Impersonal. Prof. Proctor asserts that 100,000,000 peiple lived and died in America before the Columbus' disci v,;ry, A Loudon fortune teller em ploys a stenographer, and fur J. H. SIMPSON, Watchmaker and Jew'eler DEALKIi I IV me lintu!Uiii bnnd and ImsnlHI of tli? 1st Tax. HtSfS, 85 WftffOOi, about 3i0 milieu And horwss nl a groat quantity of sup jiliw. T batAlllous ol the 1st Tex. und UM -ii ha. cant...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 January 1899

TUBS DEMOCRAT V. J, ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, City Bdl'or Terms. - $J Per Year. t-rel ill tbe pMtoAct ! Monro City, H touritM ".coii'i oImi nmttef, THURSDAY, JAN. 12, 1800. The Honorable County Court of Monroe Comity should tell Hie people why nearly t300.00 Prwre of the peopled money was paid to the Appeal and Mercury fur printing the OertlHcate of Nominations and the ballots 1 .! the last election than tin bills accepted named. This Hon. w. Shields McCllntlc. The thlrteentH Benatoriai district has n representative of whom it la justly proud, He is a man of ability, honor and Integrity and has won for him self the confidence and respect of his fellow Benators. tn electing him President pro tem of the Senate a wise choice was made. The following nomlna Hon speech made by Senator Hohenscliild is from the Jeffer son City Tribune and shows that Senator McCllntlc isrecog' n iced as one of the ablest men in the Missouri State Senate: Kcm-itor- Hohenschlld named for th ! office of Pres...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 January 1899

.uimv mi n iiid!-t,rfr!...(i uen ; g CLEAN UP ) S 'i ft V,l 52 Rev. L. M. Mclleynolds ttrid anted - 2on: bushels good 0H 55 SPlft I pMPFIts SB tea 8 wSSSi -f w Vb 'rfK tut wife are both side in bed with milling c.n. at (Span's mill. t ne grippe. Wanted-CHrl to i cooking and general housework. An ply at Monroe Institute at once. Some(!ii Miss Bush Hngan is upending the week -with Indian Creel friends. Mrs. Nona Trenster left yes terday for ;i visit with Hanul' ij.tl friends. s 0 o II you want a real good tinn !' sure to attend the iall at tin jj Opera House, January 28, given 1 ('.. T. Ridings male-; BneC ilv oy tne union Dancing Club, met Photos for one dollar per O The estimates for new war-ML08' am1 in Penn ships is a small matter of B0.. : 1 Photo Buttons. 000,000. Don't they make the M2 4t. j money "git tp and git?" 1 The protracted meeting t the Presbyterian church will i oimiiii'iitc i'1'iuay Jan. lou; Rev. C. F. Richmond, of Paris, will assist Rev. Travis. All j J. P. Renshaw...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 January 1899

l'ME DEMOCRAT Editor Dr. Hornback, Oculist, nod ; Aurlst, Hannibal, Mo. v. .. ROUSE, R. F. HIXdON, MONROE CITY, MO Frank McCnnn, of Purls, was In t his city Thursday. Verdner Carson did not wish City, Editor to ippeaf odd so he took a dose of the grippe too. Rev. J. II. Terrell Ailed ftp pointmenta at Hester, Saturday and Sunday Sewing Machine oil and need iest V l it, t 1 i-'.v.'jrl QeO. Tooley made a business trip to Hannibal Tiuirsday. Jno. W. White made a busi ness trip to Palmyra Saturday. Go to R. Manning Walker's for IhK wedding rings. Sewing Machine! 122,30 beat in the world. K Manning Walker. lov. Teddy Roosevelt is tobe breveted a brigadier general. Nothing succeeds like success. F. W. Bastian and Miss Ida were the guests of Hannibal 1 1 iellda Saturday. Ernest Bohrer returned to the Missouri Dental College at St. Louis, Saturday to resume his studies in that institution of knowledge. D. s. Sharp, of Oak Dale, was attending to business in the city Falday, Mrs. D. M. Procto...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 January 1899

What Everyone Should Know. mitigated curse and must be Prom the Macon Tlaee. I destroyed and the doctrines Silver was the Standard nd politics ol Thomas Jeffer money of the United States n re established. The banks when the Federal Constitution are demanding the outlawry ol 111 Ves and the entire Control of City Directory. was adopted, and it had satis faCtnrily performed the func tlons of money In all the ayes, III all countries. In all states of society and under every form of government prior to its en dowment as money by the con stitution of the United Stales. Evervbodv ouirht to know iii.it silver ruin w.-is rwr.mii.rt I In Siberia, if a man is dissat ns the safest soundest and Mayor Police Ji.ilfre Murshnl t'lty Attorney . Pnnuirl North W. n. Btoveni J W. StaphfM .1. (J, IVImol the nation's finances. Foreign Gossip. The number of foreigners nat uralized In France last year was 11,252, the lowest figure since the coining into force of the law of 1889. ..II. K. I.llin J. K. Pith...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 January 1899

i I AM ON DECK WITH THE NEW YEAR. I have Re Opened my im-at mai uet. It is Perfectly Clean and the ;w Furnished, 1 j Judge Leroy B. Valllant, of St. Louis, look his seat on the! bete'.i in Division No. l of the. Supreme court ;it Jefferson City j Monday. The (Jem City Pharmacy of Qoincy has he. ii shipped to this city by Dr. Geo. L. Turner : mid is beinir onened UO in the i r-T i 9WL Makes the food mors delicious and wlio'esome RHK90M - 1 J- gOvAl CiKI1- tnftbrp CO., KEW Y-JfiK. UU ler the Opera Fr esh Meats and Cured Meats J Cannct Be Excelled In fli or Quality. Come to me and t the Olil Stand. be treated rht. J. w Burditt south room House. The Engineering and Minin Journal places the American output of gold for 1S93 as 219.954 and that the United States produced more silver the same year llian any year since 1892. ! Washington, dan. 10 Hollo HUNNEWELL f will be occupied if it takes tbej Vm. Hawker was attending whole u . .-. army 10 uo u. ine to business m Chicago the tlTKt Presid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 January 1899

MONROE City democrat. Democrat Printing (Jo., Publishers Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Halls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. VOL. 1 1 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1899 NO. 42 ALL KINDS. Thus. Ellington made a busi ness trip t(i Palmyra Monday. B. (i. Moss sold -three good mules to F. P. Brumback. cl Tennessee, Monday. The readers of the DEMOCRAT Will get the Ely news each week from now on. Geo. Settle and Manning El liott were attending to business at Clarence Monday. W. R. Day, of Warren, was in the city Monday enroot e to Pal myra on business. James Spalding, of Hunne well, was transacting business in the city Monday. Miss Luclle Nipper, one of the charming young ladies of Armstrong. Mo., is the guest of lier sister, Mrs. J. B. Jackson. It. Manning Walker and Miss Bella Johnson made a business trip to the Future Ureal the tirst of the week. After a pleasant visit with tho liomefolk north of the city. Miss Tilda Burker returned to St. L mis....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 January 1899

CHECKED BY A SIGN. Hints For Stockmen. Carnegie Steel. I s;iw a regiment fSherld ini's cavalry halted once by an old Virginian who hud " arms in his hands, and wllo ever made. He didn't have anything to shoot with, hut he I Feed some chopped feed, wlibj Carnegie has secured an or- had Bomething else that beat a meal, to the bogs. ! der for 4l).0iX) tons of steel rails cannon all hollow. I didn't umm for tbe Cape at 18 shillings per . . , , . . . . . i ri lie work horse should have , . . ... . . know then what lie did. out 1 ton, u.-.der the English tenders. , .. ii plenty of good grooming. . know now that he made the dis- And yet this same Carnegie tress slgual of a master mason. It seems that green Kaffir through his Republican party Yon could have knocked me corn is a dangerous thing for cnjovs a protective or prohibi- j i A Coabv tl riant scr- down with a feather when I aajtv cattle to eat. tion tariff In this country. If t fthSecond district po. those men begin climbing Into The...

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