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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 March 1900

City Directory. citt officials. Mayor Samnel North rollce Judgo W..B. Stevens . Urahttl JW. Stophoni City Attorney . . , R. L. Woodion. City Clerk Goo. W. Tompklni. City Treasurer n. E. Linn. Collector J. E. Fish. Aimmof AKRutledge. Street Commissioner .T. 8. .inrmitn. Aloirmer: First Ward J. S. Bcott J H. QrswJy: Second Ward-D A.Ely. J. W. Bell. Third Ward A. Boulware. D. D. Melson Secret Societies. Masonic MonroeLodeo No. 64. A. F. A A. M. , meets first and third Satur day nights of each month. Monroe City R. A. Chapter, No. 104 meets fourth Monday nights in each month. Odd Fellows Monroe City Lodge, Ne. 268, meets every Thursday night. Supreme Court of Honor. Mon roe District Court No. 407 meets every Monday night. A. O. U. W. Monroe City Lodge, No 168, meets first and third Friday mights of each month. Modern Woodmen Monro e City Camp, No. 2236 meets every Friday night. The R. N. of A's meet 1st. and 3rd Tucsday evening in the M. W. A. hall. P. E. O. Sisterhood, Monroe City Chap...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 22 March 1900

Saturday's Great Day! To make it so we place on sale NEW SPRING SUITS for Men and Boy's at August Prices. You can buy a first class Spring Suit for yourself for $6.75 or one for $6.75 that you will say are worth twice the price. X X X X X X X -4F Our Buying and Selling for Cash Enables us to Save you Money on every Article. , Men's Spring Suits. Lot 6643 and 6622, a fancy check worsted at $6.75 is the same other stores w ' 11 ask you $10 for, IN LITTLfc ALLOWS JUNIOR SUITS. We have the latest productions. We have tod much of a range of prices to attempt to quote them, Come and we will show you the nobbiest line of vestee suits ever brought to this city. 1 Awi Men's Furnishings in all the Latest Styles. New line of Spring Hats, New line of Ties- New line Men's fancy Shirts. X X X Come in and look over our New Spring Line of Men's Wear of every dc .. - - " " "r f senpuon. v v Yours for Business. LEVI'S CM CLOTHE F STOBE. SEE : J. D. ELLIOTT & SON i i FOR ill lil .in. iii iSTflPLE ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 March 1900

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. democrat Printing Co., Publishers Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Balls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. VOL. 12. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY. MARCH 29, 1900. N052 STANDS FOR RIGHT CAPT. MANSUR HAS THE COURAGE OF HIS CONVICTIONS A Leading Populist Pa -er Endorses His Honest, Consistent Records. Paul Dixon, editor of theMis ouri World and the Chillicothe Vjsis, leading Populist papers ot Lhe State, who has known Capt. W. H. Mansur personally for years, has great admiration for the honesty and fearless ness of his political convictions and pays him the following well merited compliment in the Crisis: 'Capt. W. H. Mansur of th'is city is announced as a candi date for the Democratic nomi nation for Congress. Mr. Man sur is too well known in this county and a large part of the District to make it necessary that he he praised as a man. But here is one point in Captain Mansur that we want to call at tention to, and do so, not as a political f...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 March 1900

r OB M EB1DINT Itos. W. J. BnTiW. ANNOUNCEMENTS. 0ONORES8 TB7r aro authorised U annonnre W. II. MANHl'H Of Livingston County, as k candidate for con - grt'B f nun tha Hscond PcnifftSilonal District uiijcrt to tho lMuocratlo sleeUon, Murrh 31. Wc aru authorised to annontiM w. W. KCUKBR. of Chariton count candidate for re- t-1i : i..n hs Congressman frm the Secoinl on- resilonal dIMrint: lubject la lb I)onncruil primary, Harebell- DEMOCRAT CITY TICKET. For Mayor S. NORTH. For Marslial .J. W. STEPHENS. For Police .1 lldge W. B. STEVENS. For Assessor J. W. POWERS For Collector J. E. PISH. For Alderman 1st Ward J. H. GRADY. For Alderman 2nd Vard D. A. ELY, For Alderman Jrd Ward D. D. MELSON. STATE SEFATOR Va Me Authorised to announce MAKVIN DI M MITT .f Mi.ltiw Knntitv. ns il nandldafte fftT StAt. Urnuior from this tbe Thirteenth Benatorlnl district, subject to the aoUou f tin- Demoeral want, REPRESENTATIVE. We arc authorize 1 to annnnnoe ri. 8. ll.VSSKTT As a rainliduti' fur the office ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 March 1900

If you want the best Seeds Buy Vick Our own growi.ig and the Worlds Choicest. The handsomest and most com plete Catalogue we have ever issued sent free. If you state in what you are most interested Flowers, Vegatables or Small Fruits. JAMES VIGK S SONS, Rochester, N. Y. Bait I Ohio SWRy (Royal Blue Line) 4 Dally Trains Between Cincinnati and Louisville. S Daily Trains Between Columbus, Washington, Philadelphia, Hitsburg, Baltimore, New York, Pulman Sleepers. Company's Own Dining Cavs. Finest equipment ob tainable. O. P McCarty, General Pass. Aent, Cincinnati, Ohio. G. B. Warfel, Ass't Gen'l. -Pass. Agt. St. Louis, Mo. New pin. the we Having purchased Christian Restauraut ask for a pouion of your trade. At our place you cau al ways find a Well Cooked Meal, First Class Lunch Count er, Confections, Fruits, and Cigars. Caldwell & Son. Kit Kami (No. 561) Will make the neMOO of 1000 at my stable two and one-half miles north of Ely and four miles southwest of Woodland. KING is a dark h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 March 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROU8E, Kditor. R, r. B1XSON, city Editor. TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR. Ktitcrrd l Ik I"t 0IW nt MoafM City. M tcoii(l- Mm niiiltiT. Mo. THURSDAY. MARCH 29. L900. Primary next Saturday. That Ktiflisli Hay in Wash ington is not popular with the masses in America. Judge Rucker has made a Miodel congressman and should liave a second term. Every Democrat in the Sec ond Congressional District should vote at the prima jy next Saturday. The Democracy of the Second Congressional District will do .the right tiling in giving Judge Kuchcr a big majority next Sat- j Noue can d(iliy the fact that hfa uruay. bill implies that Porto Rico is to be robbed and that the Phil ippines, Porto Rico and other new possessions are to be treat ed as Empires treat their colo nies. Thus the Hag does not mean the same wherever it may float. Senator McClintic is receiv ing much encouragement from all parts of our grand Missour His unimpeachable characte rugged honesty, loyalty to people, faithful untir...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 March 1900

su A C K rs c Ionic men r.ecU a change of c'OthM tliis sprir, ar.d c.'.ra need a change of cic:. ers. You c-.n ret Ibo kind of clothe! you want if you will cone to the right store. Ve would l.l.c to tL.k It ovjr With you and show- you OUT MW Bttttl kr.d prices iu the Hart, Schf.r.ri.': Marx tail ix m .d2 cutting. They're the kind adver tised in the leading maga zines and worn by good dressers everywhere. Jno. J. Rogers. County court next Monday. A Staple Line of Dry Goods at Tudie Swinkey's. Victor Yates, ot Lakenan was a visitor in the city Sunday. New Dry Goods and latest Novelties at Tudie Swinkey's Fancy New Neckwear for Ladies lias arrived at Tudie Bwinkev's. Vernon Davis, of near War ren was a business visitor in the city Tuesday, For up-to-date poods and low prices go to the Millinery Par lors. Mary E. Caldwell. Miss Bessie Baynum is now one of the affable clerks at the Racket Store. Miss Lizzie Young was here this week from Florida to visit friends. Miss Ora Sharp, of Hannib...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 March 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W. i. ROUSE, - Editor R. F. HIXSON. - City, Editor MONROE CITY, MO. H. & sr. .joj: tiii: TAIIM? OOlNO BAIT. Mo. MOMram k K. c. HI i-'Thi'-HK" ICU.tap I Brookflttl i la (Tor Alias . . ifi St. Lou's K. 0, Aj Denver t 32- Local Fnight ... .WiUjJ n in . I:N p m S:M a m . .":M a m ItM pin W. W, LONGMIRF, Real Estate, Lawyer, Abstracter, Conveyancer, Land Title Examiner. MoMJf to LOM at loWtlt rat" and bett tanni. On CbolosFwrn Lonni r&toa an; " per cent intorent, with mall ootnmlMlon, i per oenl with no oommUilon. Wrnt cia loans If on short notice. CHA8. o. MAYB8(01erk, laaur&noo Amotand Notary Pnbllo. T.V- . I'M p B iM p m ItM n in 10:30 in ttlO h in m:t. No. MOhlCM" K.C.KII... i OhloMA K C. KXp.. . " S Denver " l.v-st. Louis, K & tt Denver ' 1 II Local Fr-ight VH Pntlrht . .. top on and leave paisengori All train marked t arc dully except Bondttjr. AH otliotadalli Free elmlr ears on No. :t ami 1 between St. Louis ami Kansas llv. I. L. LYON. Agent. HlaHuarl....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 March 1900

SAGE OF SAWHAW SAYS. You can credit a liar's state ments, but be will not consider himself your debtor. Axioms arc not supposed to be cutting. Honesty is also the cbeapest policy. You can't judge accurately of a man's character by his de mear.or on his wedding anniver saries. Some people are always wil ling to take advice, but never use it. All queer people think every body else is odd. and they are not far from right. Never loan what you can't afford to lose. All time is patronage with some people. Evil men are not supposed to love holy water, but lazy ones often hate all kinds If some men were as small physically as they are mentally the Lilliputians would be so badly outclassed that Gulliver would become a word of con tempt. Better that the wings of am bition be singed than that they become paralyzed tor want of usage. In the good old days no man knew what it was to suffer from a disease with a name so long he coudn't pronounce it. Don't blow a trumpet when you do a good deed-nei...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 29 March 1900

THE RACKET BAZAR Opening of Millinery Novelties and i'nltern II1U1. Friday and Saturday April 6th. and 7th. Don't fail to at tend. You will Ma the largest and finest line of millinery Ber shown in Monroe city at low prloea for ttala week, Lad let two elaH kid gloves, excel lent value ".")(:. Ladles Cl I'HJli S'cin gloves 73a. Undressed kid 11.00 Ladies linen collars 10 t loa Ladies dog collar belts 2" a-id 4"e Ladlu fastblMk seatrilessbosd ! 3 for Ladlei better grades lfi 2d ami SSe. Ladle summer eoraeta -" Ut 60 aud BOOi Ludios hili bust corsets good value 6Ue. Silk waist patterns fro.n 5JiS. to $1.00 per yard . Blank tafleta illh 24lnohee wide .extra value 11.00 per yard, 2 pounds oat meal for Co. 2 pounds Hake hominy 6c. 'A cans corn or tomato "S 2"u. linlk coffee per pound 10c. The best i.m: eofTiv on the market. We buy your butter, etftfs, poultry and potatoes. The best goods for the least mjtuy . In the North Room under the New Monroe Hotel will be given by the lad ies of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 April 1900

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers VOL 13. CHOOSING LAWMAKERS. It is peculiarly incumbent upon Missouri Democrats this year to so choose candidates for the state Legislature that the majority elected to serve in tha t body shall constitute an effect -ive guarantee of wise and Honest legislation. The requirmeuts for good ser vice are simple. A strong character, well grounded in integrity and common seuce, is the tirst necessity. A sincere desire to adequately perform the duties attaching to legisla tive oflice is essential. Syste matic habits of industry are in valuable. A knowledge of the special needs of special commu nities should be possessed. An earnest solicitude for the gener al welfare of the State must be felt. All of this means merely that members of the Missouri Legislature should be honest and faithful Missourians. Orators are not needed They waste too much time at the State's expense. Their oratory is generally one word for the State and a dozen for ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 April 1900

row PRESIDENT J. ItSTA. Ho. W ANNOUNCEMENTS. STATIC SEFATOR Wc arc Miitlmrlze'l to MIIMMMICt MARVIN IMM.MITT Of fihi lbjr CoOKtjr. ns n MIHtldatS. for State Urnatur from thin ttie Thirteenth Scnaturlul Hmrlct, Niilijuct to the. iK'llon of the Democrat REPRESENTATIVE. flfe are autlmriiien to ainionncv w . fl. UAMKTT At eandldata for the office or Representative of Monroi' County; subject to the action of the Democratic party. dressing gown and slippcrsand i Hut, strive as she would, she tolc along tbt corridor to Bobs I could not check the thoughts room. I that the sight brought to her Hob lay, six foot of British mind. Hob with a revolver in matlbOod, yellow haired, ; his hand yes, but faraway in JWTvnn- uiillinrlzed to " JAM KM T COLLEI Ton. Wenre Uthorlsed to announce I)K W II, II. CROW M csndlptte for collector of Monroe County subject to the Deinocralrc primary. announce I'M ST ATT It asacanOMnte for re election aft Collector of Monroe County, subject to the Democratic primary. ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 April 1900

If you want the best Seeds Buy Vick's Our own growiag and the Worlds Choicest. The handsomest and most com plete Catalogue we have ever issued sent free, if you state in what you are most interested Flowers, Vegatablea or Small Fruits. JAMES VICK'S SONS, Rochester, N. Y. Bait Oliio SRy (Royal Blue Line) 4 Dally Trains Between Cincinnati and Louisville. 8 Daily Trains Between Columbus, Washington, Philadelphia, Hitsburg, Baltimore, New York, Pulman Sleepers. Company's Own Dining Cars. Finest equipment ob tainable. O. P. McCarty, General Pass. Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio. G. B. Warfel, Ass't Gen'l. -Pass. Agt. St. Louis, Mo. If Mnt. Having purchased the Christian Restaurant we ask for a portion of your trade. At our place you can al ways find a Well Cooked Meal, First Class Lunch Count er, Confections, Fruits, and Cigars. Caldwell & Son. Kit Kaick (No. 561) Will make-the season of WOO at my stable two and one-half miles north of Ely and four miles southwest of Woodland. KING is a dark...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 April 1900

IAN INVITATION! 2 m Hmmm An invitation is extended to you to attend the Great Slaughter Sale Now going on in DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CORSETS, UMBERELLAS, SKIRTS, TABLE LINENS, TOWELS, CLOTHING, GENTS FURNISHINGS, SHIRTS, NECKWEAR, SHOES, HATS and in fact everything in our entire stock. J. W. RAGSDALE having sold his interest to take effect May 1st. 1900 Remember This Sale Lasts Only 30 Days, Now is the time to buy WILLIAMSON & RAGSDALE. THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. r HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR. Entered at the poat office t Monroe City, Mo. as second-clayi matter. THURSDAY, APRIL 5 1900. America should keep free from entangling alliance with England, or any other Euro pean county. America must be run on the "equal rights to all and special privilege to none plan." Our Re publican friends will never run it that way. We do not need a new De claration of Independence but we should get back to the one made in Philadelphia ou July 4th, 177(5. ANNOUNCEMENTS. STATE SE...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 April 1900

I Elections are thick. Test seed corn before plant ing. Three weeks more of public school. County primary one week from Saturday. Several farmers have finished sowing oats. Insure your self against small pox. Node Gkeen, Agent. Miss Sarah Martin is the guest of Hnnnewell friends. New Dry Goods and latest Novelties at Tudie SwiDkey's Go to W. T. Brown for your harness, saddles, blankets, etc. to Miss Gertie Green went Ely, Sunday. A Staple Line of Dry Goods at Tudie Swinkey's. C. C. Woods, of Macomb, 111., is the guest of relatives in this city. For up-to-date goods and low prices go to the Millinery Par lors. Maky E. Caldwell. Monroe City's wide awake merchants are prepared for the spring trade. John T. Patterson, went to Lamar Monday to look after his business interests. S. A. Woods and J. B. Thom as are loo king after their inter ests in Kansas. Dr. S. M. Brown, and C. E. Purnell, were in St. Louis Wednesday. W. C. T. U. will meet at 2. 30 Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. S. H. Baynum....

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 April 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W. . ROUSE, - Editor R. F. HIXSON, - City, Editor MONROE CITY, MO. ill. & ST. 'TOE TIME TABLB tlCbloagO A C. BU 4 OtUMRO & K.C. Kxp RBrnnk:iel 1 w JVy A Han . .. l6 st. l.oui K-:. U Denver 92-1.01:0) Ficight WEST. in nu.ntiiMM t R.C.EU n 0MMR04K.C Kxp P m " ft Oetivcr h irst. Lonll. K. :.& Denver.. 11 $ 'Jl l.ncnl Freight ta Prelebt .mop- on rtgl' !,'av" P"n, ,n trains marked t ut 'laiiy pt Btmaaj AH others luiiy. Free chair cars on No Louis ni Kansas WW a tn t:.v) p m :MI a m IUH " l:M p u SllH n r,;:tr. p in ItOt a m ,.!( ::.(! a m c,;iu a m W. W, LONGMIRF, Real Estate, Lawyer, Abstracter, Conveyancer, Land Title Examiner, Money to Loau at low-out ratos and best terms. On ChoicuFarm LiOMI rates are per cent interest, with small commission, H per cent with no commission. First class loans closed on short notice. :has. O. MAYBS,Olerk, Insurance Agent and Notary Public. nnil 4 tMtWMR St. J, I. LYON, Agent. MUsonrl, ttnnsoH & Texan Ball way Co. Time Tftble...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 April 1900

LOOK ON THESE PICTURES. Chairman Nolae of the Ne braska democratic convention drew a truthful and striking contrast between the two men who are to strive for the chief magistracy of the greatest na tion on earth at the ensuing election. There is uothing id the portraiture of either that is not borne out by the respective records of the standard bearers whom the two great parties will present at Philadelphia and Kansas City for the suf frages of the people. The man from Canton, chosen four years ago as successor to the father of his country, to the author of the Declaration of In dependence, to the hero of New Orleans and the destroyer of the first money trust, and to the great emancipator, is thus presented: "Eighteen hundred and ninety-six was a field day for lucre. Honor, stunned and staggering, went down and Mc Uiey UP- Coming forth Irani such a contest was man ever more indebted to 'business friends' than he? In 1896 mill ions were deposited at Canton, O , in exchange for drafts...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 5 April 1900

From Neighboring: Towns. X X X X X K X X K Editfd Bjr Onr Friend X X XXX X X XXX X iC BELLV1LLE BRIEFS. Boona Bros, are baling and hip Thli N a little place probably n..t known to many of your reader and j ' Abel for their lie leflt we will try to jiv.? n Looli Sunday. eturned from St. It Mr.-.. I,. .). BOOM was the guet of brief U(M ll'i;)tion Of tho pi i mall 1 1 lag . : mllo a .' ..." arren Palmyra friend the Mrst of the week. on Pal uyra and Sholbyvllle road. It, K wheeler, of Kt. Louis Ii buy ! nihil II II Callod BellvillO. There , j..,r i. .... ;,. j !,.!., it,, Mr. v. ii. Green, of your city, visited her daughter, Mra. Fitspatrtuk. i no regular poat olfl tiui the mall Ik brought to thia polnl almost dally by neighbors and patrona of the itorai which is conducted by one Daniel I Webatur Hell who keepa a (general I Ktoek in- whal might bu called a do pai'tiueut store, The big hotel under the management of Carl Zciger fur niahus good meala and lodging for the many wuo vi-.it the...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 April 1900

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers Devoted to the Interests of Morion, Monroe and Balls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. VOL. 13. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 12,1900. NO. 2 WE TOLD YOU SO. rue wmg says: "it may: surprise Americans to know that watched, meats, shoes, tools, furniture and numerous other articles from this Country are on sale in Switzerland and indeed can be bought in racti cally all of the cities of the continent " This does not sur prise the American people, but what does surprise them and make them correspondingly an gry is the fact that the foreign er is able to buy these Ameri can made articles for less mon ey than is exacted from the home purchaser at the factory door. The bard wire which the Illinois farmer pays 3. HO per hundred for, is shipped to Lon don at a transportation cost of over HO cents per hundred and is there sold for $2.39! The farmer would naturally suppose that the transportation cost would be added to the f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 12 April 1900

FOR PRESIDENT ' Hat. TV. J. Bit yak. ANNOUNCEMENTS. STATIC SENATOR Wc arc authorized t announce MARVIN IJI.MMITT n mlilatv for Hid If i hirtri'iith Senatorial district. subject to the, artlim ol the Democrat Party, We arc aiitlirHznrl inaitiintince 11 ci.AY IIKA I HER. of Marlon county an a cuniliclato for 8tate Dcnaator from thin district lubjsot to the action ef the Democrat party. tn Khclhy County. s ttenntnr from thin tUe REPRESENTATIVE. We aro authorissl to announce 8. H. IIA83KTT An a candidate for the office of RepreacntatiTe of Monroe County; suujectto tlicactlon of tbe Democratic party. ( OLLE TOR, Wewre authorized to announce I)K W II, II. CHOW aa a candidate for collector of Monroe tunty abject to the Deraocriitrc piimary. We are authorliecl to announce JAMKST t;.MSTATTI sua candidate for re-election aa Collector of Monroe County, subject to the Democratic primary. COUNTY JUDGE 2nd District. We are authorized to nnnonnee J, U, AUAMS a a cnn.ll.Un for re-election asJudpre ...

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