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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 January 1899

IN'JUN CREEK ITEMS. Crowded out last wwk. v. 0. trip t Clarence Monday. j L. K. flavin got sadly dlsftppolflt' jod utter drilling his orehcstra (or I several evenings for the mite party. Spalding mad. dusIdsm I ivon at V' R! A' T?'rUV ' n.lili. iii fiipnlult tlw. miialai iwv. vainer uaiianer retiirneai home from ft short v isit to St. Louis livef, beef, putrid beef Thursday. The pr.eed of the ball letted MS Born, td til.-, wife of Win. Spald FOR How Alger docs lovo putrid poet, Though the steneh may rise and the! people cry, A l Ui . .. : .1 1. iVIi-K't OK-lll HMCa Mill' IU mi.'. Dg a hoy. K 1 Miss Nettie O' Daniel raturned to her j Mrs. Tlieo. Gartner and Mas lioinc in Hannibal Saturday. , ter Lyon were called home Bat- Tomato Clirtsttan to;vturn d the urday afternoon by the illness Christian Bros. Collage last wuek. Uncl! John Dixon, an old pioneer citizen if ) years of apu. died last Fri day and wan burled last Sunday. Dr. Mitel anJ Mils Blsa 11 link nan, Thomas l lagan and Mist ...

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. — 19 January 1899

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON. Qty Eii'sr. Shields McClltittc held dowoj Nelson A. Dingley was a good the chair. And to say be editor and good editorship Mb Sdded grace and dignity tO the charity, covers a multitude of short comings. r u. Terms. $1 Per Year. iierel the wj:nflW-c r.l NlMM Cltf, Mi Mqrl.M MOBBd OlMI inMler. THURSDAY. JAN. 19, 1899. Ti Uncle Sam really wants to Rght lie should tackle some one j Lieutenant Uovemor. bf the big trust. DOSlton is but putting it mildly He was not bom great neither ; has he had greatness thrust upon him but he basacbleved it. I He set there like a Lord in the aristocracy 01 American mas- ' hood. We don't know whether the gentleman from Marion will innmi'i of it or not. but ; r . . ui.it .:.hi)um' we move lllra up a notch in 1800 and make him mandhigthe Ban Francisco, to proceed to me isiaira oi wwui and assume the duties of naval governor of the new aquisition. If England, Germany and the United States cannot make the Win. J...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 January 1899

W. J. Rouse is holding a clerk ship down, In the State Senate. B. O. Muss made a business trip to Palmyra Tuesdn r. Clothing, Overcoats and Un-1 derwear very cheap at Rogers. J. S. Scott and Elmer C. Long werealtending to business In St. Louts, Tuesday. Mrs. C. L. .Johnston, of Mays-: ville. is the guest of her broth- I er in-law, .las. V. Johnston. Seed Oats. Northwestern White Seed Oats for sale at the Flour Mill. Senator Allison has decided! to remain at the head if the i Committee on Appropriations. Miss Gertrude Ragsdale and Miss Valentine, of Paris, are the guests of their friend, Miss Grace Stoddard. Dr. Geo. L. Turner was at tending to business In Center Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Susan Gallatin, a former citizen of this city, is very ill at Ely. She has had several strokes of paralysis. At a call meeting of the La dies Social Club at Mrs. T. Proctor's Monday afternoon it was decided to hold their first entertainment at Mrs. Margaret S te wa rt's th i sejvenlng. D. Ellis of Pa...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 January 1899

ft ML n i E DEMOCRAT E333E3233EI3 3E3!E3E? U4 w. y. ROUSE, K. P. HIXSON, Editor City, Editor MONROE CITY, MO. .). IV Thomas made a busi ness trip to Marlon's capital, Thursday, Sewing Machines (22,50 best in the world. R Manning Walkek. Joaeph II. Clioato lias been chosen at ambassador to Engj land. Senor Perfecto Lacaste lias been appointed Alcalde or May- ??? iu m m or fHi a n a A good fresh cow and calf for .-..iif. Apply to D. C. Clark, Ely, Mo. Jobn Kendrick shipped a car load of slieep to St. Louis Wed nesday 1 1 i jj" l l . Isaac Holl -r. a leading stock man. of Palmyra was attending to business in tbe city Friday. Geo. W.Pbompklns, one of tbe I liustliug busiuess men of New! London made a business trip to t his city Thursday. Mrs. E. P. Melson, of St. Louis, came in Tliursday after noon to spend several days with home folk. m We Have Left the Old Year AND Caught ip f i Hie New One. Our Beef, Pork and Muttcn Is kitted here, not shipped iii. and is Consequently, FRESH AND SWEE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 January 1899

The Democrats of lite 0on Rjpubtianism, nectlcut legislature are in the The theory of the Republican minority und have nominated TllcrernHst be a ,uime j D. N. Morgan of Bridgeport for market and protection for home mSm ' manufacturers. Oarneffie com- The official report of the petes with the world on steel M:iyor of ttinta Clara, Cuba, rails in Australia, Kngland, shows that since 1800,80 per j Russia, China and in fact every cent of the population have where. The Baldwin loconio dicd. tive works does the same thing and exports engines to those markets. The American holt City Directory. Albany. N. Y., Jan. 14 -The P), 1 m ni' I. I 1 i I ... r 5 cl :l 1 t v , ,-:ill,ntt . . ,r . . : makers arc sel ling holts in Lon has named Edward Murphy, dr.. . . , , - 2 ,W . ... to succeed himself in the 11. H. Senate. The Democrats are in the minority in tin. legislature. don England for flO andV20 less I per ton than the English can make them. Remember there is ocean freight and import dut Bacr...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 19 January 1899

Ely Items. II. T, Boon and S. K. Kniory. went to Bsnnlbi I Tuesday u Attend I . s. Court. Thera v. ill I- a r.irck trial nt Mm Ely School House I'Yld&y night. Jamos Gray bought a car loud if Iioh a! Ely Friday. Mrs. c.illuli Is not no wall thi wssk. B'.eo'icn was down to sea his fclst r, Tuesday. Rov. 0 'rv;' Smith filled his regular appointment at Ely Sunday. ine My dnoatinK society has re organised. Dr. Maddoi was elected President and Miss Myrtle Potter Held Socrttiry and will meat pvery other Friday night. There are soveral of ths Bly boyi talking ol going wost. .lam"-. Brooks and Wllllo Potter Mi id have rented what li known as the old MedcaK far;0 and will go to bachins soon. Rchit Crouton's I etter. ( ami W KTHKBItL, S. ('..Jan. It '()!. ! Mcnrok i 'ity Dkmoi-hat: At I ilrrhH parade thin evi-ninu. we recelv ed official orders 'ol great Importance, vli the 4 1 ii M. io to be mustered out in the near future. The boys ,'ave three heart- cheer and a tiger, lul from Other demo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 January 1899

7 Jf MONROE CITY D EMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Hulls Counties. Subsection, $1.00 Per Year. VOL. 1 1 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2(5, 1890 NO. 43 An Explanation ihat Don't Explain. L. S. C. One of the pleasant social events of the season was in I Perhaps It Is easy to explain entertainment of the Ladles 1 why the Honorable County social Club last Thursday ' Court of Moure county paid evening by Mrs. Margaret Stew I about $Ti00 more of the people's Lrt T)l(. members of the club I i .... . permitted their husbands to en-11 money to the Mercury and Ap petti for printing and publishing the official ballot of the last lection than the price named in the contract, but we must, say we are greatly surprised at the explanation given by the Apt eal and Mercury last week. The Democrat asked the Hon- t.er the Holy of Holy and spend a very enjoyable evening at the six tables, which were; prepared for the amusement of the e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 January 1899

Where You Have Gotli. Bweethearti Aero i no dftrknesi irvp that w iiy Where irnu nrc nut. i 'h Without you, all the glory or Hie m,v white as he could be through m uuii lorgoti navy,' Baker began to tremble and could not speak. Again the admiral demanded the res ignation, and the seaman, an the tan of constant exposure, touched Ilia cap and answered: "Aye, aye, sir." What of rite sprlngY I ii net b06 her Rower -Her April gleam, lefty imt this: Give mei for nit her bowers i Von, ami tin' dreamt! Vou, Mid the d re tune that mailt whole world bright 'PI... m !,,. ,1 u That irave unto the ivoodlande Ihelr promote Ordinary Seaman Dak tli'li(jlit The Farmers Lot. Became the farmer does not A Little Nonsense. I IIIIIC JVIUIl- I .1. receive every year for his crops th silent majority?' anil stock a high price, he should Then Admiral Walker con tinued: "By virtue of the au- the tlmrltu in ma ,-tf .l na rnm Imander of this fleet, I hereby The ripple to the utreamsl er. of the cruiser Chicago,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 January 1899

a Woman On Local Advertising! A bright woman, commenting upon the causes which draw Women to the City stores says; The merchants have intlu enced the railroad companies to stop special rates, and peo ple can no longer go to the city Labor Commissioner Rotelie , is investigating the sweatshops: of St. Louis. It is to be hoped that his report 00 the inve.sti-; gattotl will he more accurate' than the one on the products of Monroe County. In consequence of the crisis Which followed the war and the FOR SALE! T T 1 V T T -V -Wl -IT W w . 1 AM U1N UfcU nt che.iu fares fur liurchase of good. But the merchants present scarcity of money in Porto Iiico. the Governor ot the, 64 Head WITH THE a; new year, I have Re-Opened my meat market. It is New Furnished, Perfectly Clean and the island. Maj. Gen. G. V. Henry, has suspended for one year, mortgage foreclosures and sum- mary judicial sales of debt. land fori should remember that city dailies still cone to this place. They contain great advertise...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 January 1899

...,-,w.. .-,.,,1 ; vvvrt ?5e kj: m:: Bf AffUinalUO) anil " 1 "J """"" , 0000H000pr.!rvBp v- v-v---j rriip TMATAnn A T recounted inn urjmviuii f n-miuwi r,f Hm- W. T. ROUSE, Editor, j 1 w' . .Mi. u .: Til R. F. HIXSON. CttT MitW. .1,-. ' However, it would lld OppOtt while two - be well for Mr. Whltecitton to Repubhcane were ; not able to i . r ,,f wnrk. SWS HOW t ie Nepuoncan hwm .... - . ,, fr.-i from BUMDICIOI1 o wont- I . Tormc. I rcr rrifir nomine party, as by working aga'nst tnwraa attheiwiioncoM Monroe citr.Mi tntertjts of tite Democratic party he Is against tile Interest of every eltlnen oi Missouri. THURSDAY, JAN. 26, 1800. The cltisens of Monroe county ' do not wish to g on record as t'nd-r tin '.he Mara nanna ruj -i attracted conslderab'e Interest 1 Democrats gave Coclrn-U These two K'-jmidi M cans were Pralsewaler ol An- X drew and Musecr of Miller. Gov. and Mrs. Stephens gave X the i im.1 BlMt MUHMi an Informal reception at Mansion Tuesday evening This be in ministration...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 January 1899

D. M. Proctor spent Friday v i 1 1 1 friends In Palmyra. D,-. Davit ol HunneWell was' attending to business in the city Friday. Thomas Irons, of Hunnew 11. v, as iti the city on business Fri day. The i !ity of Havana is iieal : over heels in debt. Her bonded mortgage amount to 110,000, (WO. D. Iierrick and wife, of Champaign, ill . have been the guests of James Christian and 1 Kite. s. !',. Rohrer, a realcstatel agent of LeRoy, Kan., spent the first of the week attending to business in this city. It z reported that the Kt. Louts cats have contracted the fashionable Next. disease, gripp. BrontQ Turkeys " for sale. ' A good piano f J. u. Bkttlb. A. W. Combs, of Clarence, was attending to business here Monday. Frank McAllister, a promis ing young attorney of Pari-, was in this city Tuesday. Egan lias chnng d it from lie piano lor sale ply at A. Jaeger's, Richard Shackelford proud pa pa. it is n bov. Ap if you heur ( !. will want to hear J. Holt im nircln C. J. Holi holds the of iiis au...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 January 1899

I'M fi DEMOCRAT W. . ROUSE, R. F. HlSON, Editor City, Editor MONROE CITY, MO. Sewing Machines '.".U best in the world. It. Mann inc. Walk N. H. McCall was attending lo business at Palmyra Tliurs- day- Edward Lake, of Ely, paid this office an appreciated visit Thursday afternoon. J, 11. McClilltlc attended the McKay trial at Hannibal Thursday. m m m iw m We Have Left the Old Year X was attending! Woodland ' W. ;. Barg to business at Thursday. A good fresh row and calf for sale. Apply to 1). 0. Clark, Ely, Mo. '. B. Payne, ol Klrksville, was circulating among old friends in the city the first of I the Week. - Mrs Win. Davis, of Oak wood, j -.pent lite latter part of last weel; with her neice, Mrs. W. T. fingland, who was quite ill. ! m to AND Caught op f i the New One. Hi m m m m m i m Hi m Hi m Hi m Hi ffl Hi Cur Beef, Pork and Muttcn Is killed here, not shipped in, and is Consequently, FRESH AND SWEET. If you want something Choice, Juicy, Sweet and Cheap. Call and you will get it. O...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 January 1899

ex- The Major Wilted. England And The Continent. During tlie Stone-Warner cam- There are 5,400 square miles baijrn for the governorship. theof CO I tields in Great Britain. latter was .speaking ut .1 picnic About 2,000, 000 quail are In South Missouri, He was pro- ported from Egypt to voiced and interrupted several every year. times by an urchin perched in a' There are now 2" royal fami-1 Small tree near by. who persist jes In Europe, which have about ed ill crying oiu In the most of- 400 members. Of these 27 fami- j tensive manner possible: lies 1H are German. What's the mat.ter with Stone? ; it is a popular belief in En He's all ritfhtl" Warner coa-Liana that a holly bush, plant- ceived wlial lie thought a Hap-; cd near a dwelling, protects the Masonic t- i - s . r t. . py loea oi maicing a point oi ms U0Uge from lightning tormentor, and, turning to the 'JYI City Directory. citv officials. Myor Hamticl North Police Judge W. n. Stevens. 1 MltMllHl J V. 8tIllC11. V raiice City Attor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 26 January 1899

ti'iii nt SHOTS FROM SHIEI. Pine winter weather, lames Rlllott made a buln "u '. hit Sntiii day. Father Bhlol eslnhrnted mam Urn h ( Ireolt Bund A . Alvtn Bronghton, ofOatt Dale, and Miss Katie Madden, f Monroe, were among their many friends hers Ban iny. Win. Rlllott, of Center, hi visiting hlii mother, Mrs, Susan Rlllott Oeo. Littlo, r renter, attended church ut Brush Crook Sunday. (tube Douglas made n very narrow one evening ir.si woea. in- the. Mr. Jot Lyoll, f yonr city, iiint Saturday with hit niolher, Mrt. Joe forlisla f near Palmyra. MUi Lola Isle, f Brunswick, Mo., Is the guest of her friend, Mitt Maud Dlo user, Mr I.. II. Bhnrp went to Kansas city Monday night to buy stoolc . Mrs. Will Todd died ut her home nrar Palmyra last week of eonstunp i on. Her remains were liken to Pal myra for imrial. ooased was a daught ir of Mr. and I Mm. Wm. Bttowor of this pises. n. C. IVirtol wm bora with friend i Sn inlay. Charley Wood, of Wood lan. d was iitt-'inliiisf to business hure B.it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 February 1899

MONROE CITY 7) ; , 'Leys ';V O MUhd UfcMUUKA 7 Democrat VrUlllti$ Co., Publishers Devoted to the Interests of Maris, Monroe and Halls Counties, Subsection, $1.00 Per Year. VOL. 11 MOXUOE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1890 NO. 44 SCHOOL REPORT. Report of M mroe OUy Pub lic Sch.nl for the mouth euding Jan. 27, IM99. ROLL OP HONOR. High School. Rosa Smith, Lucille Bell, Grace Turner, Catherine D m! well, li y Mel- Tiie Dis ast?Qis Fire. VVhitecotton and Economy. Tht UMMDbar from Monro." I fifed thi? Stat lldtttf Uy mtttnif through n raaolutlua making tho i;vy A eon , At 11:08 Monday night the mitt M olurki ditto from the ora-anUs Am i.ll eii:it.-i....i tha -it;...,,w of Monroe from the afmi of morphoua and tiurrled them to lion uf the mil. inst. lid "f from MM (N'lfanUtalioM of the Hons.'. II believes tin' little leaks an well M th ! Iiy PBtil biioulcl ho .shut olf. very Blight. The Postmaster of Monroe City will always feel I moved everything out, and in ' again, and did not l...

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

Til.-. JACKET IN HIS BREAST, "A great many i - i i -. re marked the veteran as lie slow ly filled his pipe, "do not lleve these stories about sol diers' lives belli' saved by Bl bleu which tli'y curried In their blouse pockets, t.ut W M tj ou urn .-. - ? f Sk ......... w We Have Left the Old Year (jft'at ri: uhts. improbable there's nothlnj about em. That reminds you of a story," said one oi the crowd, and ail si tiled bach t hear it. V-ll. yes; ii does remind me hi a peculiar circumstance, ' assented tin- vet urnn. 'All right, Bre away," aald one of Ills hearers. Then tii" veteran Bettled back and told the i tory. "I was u -1 18 yar- old when 1 he war broke out, and lull ol mlhuslasm and patriotism. J trl ;i1 t. gi t in under the Hrst call, bat was turned down be . aus ol my age. H 1 waited, lumln' In' frettin' all the time, au'llnally a call was made for more, an' then they wasn't so blamed i-arltelar about age. " presented my. eruitin' oflicu an' was accepted. My folks were rathe...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 February 1899

Excellent News. Has Never Surrendered. I confederate soldier from Shei- Tliere will be many new and I Editor Spectator: I see that ; by county. He was going to pretty homes built in the Queen 'you copy an article taken from Palmyra and volunteered to pay of th? Prairies this season. Tlte I the St. Louis Republic, stating my way, as I was completely con t motors are now figuring that Senator McCltntle lias prob broke by tills time. Alter get on four nice new homes and ably been In the service of the ting to Palmyra of course the and there u re six more already ''Lost Cause" longer than any rest was easy. All I had to do i i sight this early In the season, j living man. The writer says lie was to hire a horse rrom Oapt. That makes excellent news fori was p.troled by Gen. Grant at John Crane and come on out to all, but more especially for the Appomattox, and hence claims Philadelphia, mechanics and the merchants, this h mumble distinction. I J. R. Bomjridqb. 'Pi. J! . I . i .ill . . mm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 February 1899

Til 13 DEMOCRAT V. j. ivGUSE, Editor. R. F. H1XSON, Ci'.y Editor. , . . . co:nplet the.li -vorls in 75 days , bUMI.owy. Plutocracy wants nu year, wra year, v . g , . , , committee nut m loodays .ma ncgu.u if " tl0 dnv. This The gold standard people are H1H.afH well forthe present con ...i .. 4, In. ! .. . Terms, - ..11 ..i iitoir nnwer id o 1 Per Year, lure the cause of blmetallstn mtttee. rvamAra atfoiitnrf f last wee 1 tH'TtlllJ V I v. " ' "i - luwr4 t th pottofflM 11 Monro city, Ml ouritM wcond eUui mutter. Blmetailsm is stronger now we attended the reception given gj thnn ever before and will re at the mansion by Gov. anu it iu THURSDAY, FEB. 2, 1899. Prisoners In the county jails should have to work on rock piles. the died the music. All present bad a splendid time. Whitecotton . . . .:i .i Mm MtnliM I he reception main tin- issue in ii , - -r. . ,,,., n r . h,. win their rights. was wen iuuu j u , , tra from the Reform School at It amuwiu theme old heroes wl o , r ,,. .i, mi1u...

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

Thos. M. Bonlware ami W. Verdner Carson spent Sunday! with friends in Haris, There is now a trust on D.'iby 11. its. Pay for the difference or Wear a Crush or Straw. IJali for Hassard, come again young gentlemen and we will be glad tt) see you. Klder J. II. Rlffe attended the Bethel Bible Institute at Pal myra Friday. Seed Oats Northwestern White Seed Oats fur sale at (he Flour Mill. A. Boulware, the heavy dry floods man and wool buyer ship ped 00.000 poands of wool this Week. H. T. B me, of Ely. has a car load ol choice white seed oatsj for sale. Get prices before buy ing elsewhere. We were sorry that time cut; the Hassard letter out this. week. Please excuse us and write an I other for next wee!;. Miss Mary Caj-son entertained a Kraal I COterle of friends last I f Annual Feb ruary Sale f CLOTHING, OVER COATS and PANTS 200 Pairs Mens Pants. One-Third means Sfcl.OO Pants for of J A (food piano for sale. Ap-' J. B.- Gray was shipping hogn j ply at A. Jaeger's. ( from Ely Monday. II y...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 February 1899

MMinV1 w ii i niiiim i i eiiwn i My e WW IJp " ii imiwiiii i tut -Tiinrt TrTnwuiin mwii nn i iph i in mmmm mm i nimiiei eiHinw iMiiiiMwiniiwillMiwiimiiniiwiMiiwii gin w TiffBrrrr 1 ' E DMOCBATl 3 xv. ;. ROUSE. - Editor jgSSBfflM K. P. MIXSON, City, Editor II 001 Ji Tl T TV T MONROE CITY, MO. 1 A f I l I 11 1 II 111 I 1111 Si! M S I I T Bowing Machines f-22,B0 best 1 If I 9 I II i I I I 1 I SS2"' in the work!. I I J U U UI 11 I L 1 1 1 VJ I tt. Mankiko Walker. 1 8S Kobt. Robinson, of -Hannibal. I 2g ifH O T"1 11 T 7 If t li T w 3 v.as transacting bttai in thin ,4gg I LJ 41 Li SSS' Lily i ,y" I ri VI r A 9.no J. A. Bell, one of the host vig I B $ VII J 1 J ft I Vt i the Slate, came over 11 J 1 T 1 1J 1 IU gfe in City Friday, to jgpj SS? have) . E tli ivlnle wash ready to put on 25S( i." a -rood Kutuilv of gumarabie ,.,ltflfW:v, Alger and that in- 'SiS !r-; - v.?W , : '.'V ;: -sh- . will ;.- chart? tl inn 52: -W:' .!'.. "f ."'$1 H-camps. "Tue meat i v'V -f, A.J Thpffrin.Pbanontlie(1ev....

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