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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 June 1900

- HOLDING UP THE MIRROR. A clergyman lately returned from the Philippines after mak ing a visit to several of the is lands in the archipelago and be stowing a searching study upon conditions there gave some of his conclusions in an address delivered betjre the graduating class of a San Francisco college one day last week. Some of the statements he made were: "Today we are in the twentieth century where Europe was in the seventeenth. It is surely an age of hypocrisy. We stand up before the world and talk of freedom and liberty and the stars and stripes and -all that they represent, while at the same time we murder and rob those whom we have come to set free robbed as they never were robbed by those whom we were pleased to call their oppressors. In the name of humanity we shoot down men whose only crime is that they are defending their homes and native land. Because we are manacled with chains of gold we look upon the greatest crime the world has ever seen without effort to prevent th...

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. — 7 June 1900

THE DEMOCRAT V. .1 It. P. l; (USE, 1 1 1 X SON Editor, city Editor, TEPV.S $!,00 P'dV YEAP. KnU'rcd hi Hi" pofll office tt MonKM CltJP, . hs N40tt4C)ftM iniitti-r. THURSDA V. Mo. (UN E 7. IBOO. Missouri i-Cockrell. proud of Senator Placing the products of all trusts on Hi- Free list will soon free America from trust rule. Ri solutions in congress. Washington. June 2 - Repre untat ive John F. Fitsgerald of Massac husettl to day introduc ed in th;- House the Following joint resolution: ""Whereas, State secretary Belts of the Transvaal Republic, in an interview will) a corres pondent of the New York World at Pretoria, South Africa, on May 2, IBOO, said: "If the English take these re publics and raise the union jack over them 1 will take my fnnily to America and scores of other Hoers have said the same thing to mei and. ins and ! t raising i u base- A. Boulware is making ex tensive improvements to home at the corner ol Vine Charles Streets. He the building, puttin ment and beating plant...

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. — 7 June 1900

CHAMPION 111 A' Another Lie Nailed! The McCormick Machine Co. sent out published bills to their agents saying that the Cham pion Draw Cut Mower tests w ere a fraud and a fake, saying that the Champion Mower had heavy Neck Weight a'ld Side draft and that they cbalenged the Champion Mower to go with them in a grass cutting contest and that the Champion people refuted to go with them and that the McCormick Mower was a success. So far as the bills the McCormick- Co. is sending out laying this test took place in Indiana, we will say that everyone was invited out in this test Saturday given by the Champion, but no one showed up, it certainly looks very Strange that none of them show ed op and proved to the farmers a that the Champion was a fraud and a lake and if they could have shown you farmers it cer tainly would have been a feath er in their hat and the Champion Would have totake a back seat. "The Proof of the Puddding is in the eating." We will say this do you farmers want the best M...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 June 1900

W. I. ROUSE, R. F. HIXSON, Editor City, Editor MONROE CITY, MO. T 1 1 E D EMOCR AT Try Rhodes for Tca and f- i fee- Have your machines repaired by J. B. Bristow. Rhodes has the finest line of Tea and Coffee. Lowest price. Fo- trimmed hats of all styles go toTudie Swinkey. Miss Tudie Swinkey carries a choice line of Dry Goods, call and see her. Call at B. 0, Wood's drug utore ami t a freo KHrr!Mif I umi r 1m i u - o to much mul Llvaf Tablet. They are an eleuant phyi-ic. Tuey lo Improve the appetite. utreiiirtlieii the ill iri'Mloii, and regulate the liver and l.oweln. They are . U lakeuod pleanantin effect. Cash on the nail. If you owe it to us come in and settle up. Sharp & Donley. H. & HT. JOE TEW TAliLK riT. No ISftfrKanau city, t. opti Omh Xeliianka. Colorado. ParlMOCoMl, Iriini fft UOOii Ma HMMDM 1") a ra " 41 The Iliirlliifloii-Xorthi rn Pacific Kxpri -- lor Nurttinett Nebraska Mlii' k Hill". Wyoming. Montana WaablUfton. r-uget Bound, Fort- land, from m. tool! ! Pm ' U ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 June 1900

M. M. S. Poultry Fencing Has more (rood qualities than all others com bined cabled selvage and a cable every foot la height of fence. Requires fewer posts and Mo Tap or Bottom Rail. Pleasing -Serviceable Practical Economical Satisfactory. Saves fiO per cent In cost of completed fence. We also manufacture a full line of HOG, SHEEP AND FIELD FENCING. Our Steel Web Picket Fence, for door yard, ljiwns. Parks, Cemeteries, Etc.. lias no equal for beauty, service and economy. Catalogue Free. De Kalb Fence Co., WWVWWV 7T7 mum azmnznsa M M.S. 22 aw i . cBVvyvww. I'U. Jnlr tl, IMS. ITrvi- Mrl 1 Pl. July . im. DE KAI A, IL.U. Order of Publication in Vacation. STATE OF MISSOURI,) COOHTYOI' MONROE, J In tli o Circuit Court of Monroe County. Elizabeth Mirks mi. I James HtrkH her litts Iiaml, UcoiRlaits Towner, und John Towner, kpr husband, plniiitill'x, vs. Bill Urcna Thompson, and Frmik A. Thompson, her hus tSanit, John F'Hnklln Turley. Clara Olive (iram and Evan P. Gram, her husband, Maud Myrtl...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 7 June 1900

III - ------- ccc c i l GQRRESPOKDBNG E We have ii Clapper. telephooe. m spent a onnpl of dftyi It CmwN Blacker. Slielbyvllle, Mo. According to Acting Director A spirit of sadness pervails ol Posts Bristow. the total our community, for the death amount of the steal Id the Ha- angel lias called away one of vana post office will probably POT loved ones. Mrs. Mary reach $100,000, with $411,000 ! Murray departed this life May worth of "surcharge" stamps 28, at 1 55 p. n. Was born In yet to be accounted for. J ; Knox Co., Mo.. Sept., 2, 1859. Thll official estimate vastly She gave her heart to Christ in increases m linancial extent tne . , Aaron ate with relative! nt thli plsoe. Mrs. Dors Bchsoffor dm BroMSrt hiiH been spending oveml week with , I .. ... M .. . 17 .....I. nor patent, . . , . , jm CJ of h scal)hl, of : the Baptist church in which she Monroe City Sunday to visit friend . carpetbag corruption in Ha Mr. Hon See accompanied bj llttlo vana. It is evident that there Mabel Blek ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 June 1900

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT Democrat Printing O , Publishers. Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Balls Counties. Subscription, $1 00 Per Year VOL, 13. Charged With Stealing. J. F. Webb and B. Turner ar rived in the city Saturday and they had in their possession a very fine set of buggy harness trimmed in celluloid. They took it to W. B. Brown's har ness establishment and wanted to exchange the fancy white trimmings for common black ones. They told conflicting stories and Mr. Brown sent for marshal J. W. Stephens who took the case in hand and after telephoningseveral neighboring towns learned that a set of har ness answering the description had been stolen from Curry Briggs near Center. He then locked up Webb and later Tur ner also. J. Hawor. of Center, came over that night and took the prisoners back with him the next morning. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 31, 1900. NO. If. St. Stephens Church. For the third time St. Stephens church at Indian Creek has been wrecked. Onc...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 June 1900

FOR PRESIDENT 7 Y VP How. w. j. Brtah. De moo ratio 'licket. Tor Governor A. M. DOCKKRY. Tor ummmtOoTtrnor joiin a. i.ek. Tor Secretary ofStnto SAM It. COOK. Tor Attorney General K. C CROW. Tor Auditor ALBERTO. ALLEN. ForTreamircr R. t. WILLIAMS. Tor K. Mid W, Com. . .J OH. P, llKKHINUTON. Dlattlct Tloket. Por CoiiRrovH W. W. RlX'KKR. Tor JodfO SI L. Oourt or Appeals R. L. OOODB For State Bcntr H. CLAY HEATHER. County- Ticket. For Representative 3, B, WRITROOTTON, Vs Collector w. 11. h.ckovv. Tcrflhorlff J, W. CLARK. For Treasurer Wm, M. MATEKR. Tor Piwcutin Attorney.'. W. MoALLIHTER. rot Ar.BCK.Hor W. E.8HEARMAN. For Public Administrator J. 8. McGKE. Tor Surveyor J. T. ORIOSBY. Tor Coroner W. E.JOHNSON. Forjudge Western District. J. H. ALLEN. For Judge Eastern DUtrlOt . . . .H, J. CLAPPER. Tor Constable Monroe Twp It. II, II AO AH. Anticipation. Now the balmy wind ip blowing, And Hit! daffodils arc showing; "Kvery fUhcrmnn looks forward with delight; Vor the honey bees arc humming;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 June 1900

Court of Honor. The Court ot Honor of Mon roe City, Philadelphia, and Warren were in tine fettle Thursday. The three lodges met at the Palling Springs and after enjoying a first class din ner drove to Warren where the visiting lodges "assisted in in iating five new members. The Monroe delegation was twenty jour strong. About one hun dred and fifty members attended the picnic. Emery-Caldwell . Th ursday evening Phil Emery and Miss Mary Caldwell of this city surprised and stole a march on their many friends by being married at the home of the brides parents by Rev. H. W. James. The wedding was a very quiet one but nevertheless just as sweet and enjoyable as if it-had have been chuck full of fuss and feathers The Dem ocrat heartily congratulates the happy couple. They left for a bridal trip through Arkansas. For California Tourists. The Burlington Route has weekly tourist sleeper excurj sions, personally conducted (by a Burlingtou Route Agent every Wednesday from St Louis, and Thursday...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 June 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W. J. KOUSK, Kditor. R, h HIXSON, City Kditor. TBRMI $1.00 Xntercd at l)u pott oiriru t Monroe City, Mo as econIi:lni matter. THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1900. Bryan is the choice of the people for president. Stand up for your country, your liberty, your home. Democracy stands for the best interests of the American people. The Democrats nominateda good strong State ticket at Kansas City. Victory will perch on the banner of Democracy in November. Study the political i ssues and then vote for the best interests of Americans in America, Our Republican friends be lieve in an anti trust plank in their platform but they do not want any anti-trust legislation. For Vice President the Dem ocrats should nominate a man as near like Bryan as it is pos sible to find. Either the Declaration of In dependence is a lie, or the Re publican party is not loyal to the American people. Equal rights to all, special privileges to none is Democrat ic. Special permission to the favored few to rob the mas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 June 1900

Por Ice Cream Soda go to Leo Bell's. Mrs E. W. Raglatd spent last week with relatives at Shelbina. Emmett J. Alexander, of Brookfield came down Saturday to spendSunday with friends. West Sharp, of Hunnewell was a business visitor in the city Saturday. Cloud burst in southern Ill inois has played havoc with the wheat crop and growing corn. Miss Carrie Sprinkle, spent the first ot the week with friends at Lakenan. Mrs. A. W. Ely is the guest of relatives near Perry. The Court of Honor will give an ice cream social at Warren Saturday evening. L. O. and W. S. Wilson have sold a fine Shorthorn bull to W. E. Jones. J. Porter Patton and better half were the guests ot relatives in Macon City Sunday. It is now estimated the north ern wheat crop is injured 60, 000.000 bushels. Pure blooded Shrops hire Bams for sale apply to Guimes & Wilson. Rev. James E. Hampton will 6pend his his two weeks vaca tion in and near this city. Jolly John Cusack, of Indian Creek is spending the week with P. H....

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 June 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W. J ROUSE, Editor. R. P, HIXSON, city Editor. TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR. Entered ot the poat office at Monroe City, a second-claas matter. Mm THURSDAY. JUNE 21. 1!)00. H. & ST. JOB TIMI5 TA1JI-E wrT. No II For Kansas City, St. Jos cpli Omaha Nebraska. Colorado, Pacific ( oaat, from 81. Louis and Hannibal, lots am ' 41 The Burlington-Northern raclflc Express for Northwest Nebraska Blank lllll, Wyoming. Montana Washington. PURtt Bound. Port land, from HL Louis 12:5s: pm M For Knnsns City 8t JoMph, Kan sas in,.) welt Irom Chicago and ndawiMf , 4:14 Rm " 3 Lm ul Passenger to Missouri Hlvcr nud went, from cast . ,i Nebraska. Colorado Kxproii, low JoMph mm H v-t initn tin' ma - i Way Knight OOINO K AST " 16 To Hannibal st Louis Mid tut from w4t . " loi'iiini v. Chicago, IVorM, cum eastst. I. TIC. W. W. .. ,12Ham m r. i ...iii I'iisciiimt for Hiiiniibiil and SI l.OlllH &m nr. I.aa.1 I'm .i.niM-r for olllliev. Peoria rhlragn M. I., ft. S. W. point! D!a I Local FuMcnffpr to ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 June 1900

M. M. S. Poultry Fencing Ha more pood qualities than all others com binedcabled selvage and a cable every foot In height of fence. Requires fewer posts and No Top or Bottom Rail. Pleasing Serviceable Practical Economical Satisfactory. I Saves 60 per cent In cost of completed fence. We also manufacture a full line of HOG, SHEEP AND FIELD FENCING. Our Steel Web Picket Fence, for door yard. Lawns. Parks, Cemeteries, Etc., has no equal for beauty, service and economy. Catalogue Free. De Kalb Fence Co., PL J id; tl, ItM. ITna. Mtrt-l Pu. Jul. . Ml, Di ; KALBt ILL. Humorous. "So the elopement on the au tomobile was nipped in the bud?" ,Yes; the old man hid the gasoline can." Syracuse Herald. Tutor '-You know, ot course, that in Christian countries such as ours a man is only allowed one wife. Now. what is that state of things called?" Pupil "I know. Monotony.!" Punch. Trouble Coming. Friend "How did you like your new teacher, Freddie?" Freddie (in differently) "Oh, I like her better than s...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 21 June 1900

V i Jf Hatch. Whlppoorwill's are now sinjjinjr during the day in corn fields in tills locality. Ben McAllister, of Hunnewell. was hert on businers last week. All Ihoto who went to Spalding from this plaee Sunday report ado lightful time. Dr. John Hell was attending to bus iness in KW London last week. Jim MoCann, of Hunnewell. sent last week liere. Several from here will attend the National Convention in Kansas City. Our mill did a big business Satui d 11. Wheat cutting It the order of the day on Salt River. County I i i- Oats nearly ripe. Hay harvest will soon be here. "Wanted A line two inch rain. J. L. Molson and wife went to Shel by villi; Wednesday to visit the formers parents. Farmers are rejoicing over the bridge at New I'ort. Alexia MeUon returned to Quincy last week after ft visit with the home folk. Old farmers say the prospect for corn is more Battering than at this period of the season for many years. Meadows are much lighter than they were last year. Kalis County is fix...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 June 1900

c -,' WUTE. - net. MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT." Northern after in Democrat Printing C) Publishers Devoted to the Interests of Marion, Monroe and Ralls Counties. Subscription, $1 00 Per Year. VOL, 13. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1900. NO. la. FIRST BAPTIST CHDRCH THE DEDICATION OF AND A SHORT SKETCH OF ITS HISTORY. Indication Sermon Preaclied By J. P. Green, Of William Jew el College A Large Crowd Preweut. HISTORICAL. The First Baptist Church of Monroe was organized January, 1869. For thirty-one years the church has done faithful wont with a good degree of success. The present house is the third one built by the church. During these years more than 500 persons have been received into membership. CONSTITUENT MEMBERS. J. M. Proctor, Mrs. J. M. Proc tor, Thomas Canterbery, Mrs. T. Canterbery, George Swan, Mrs. Geo. Swan, Miss Callie White, Wm. B. White, Miss Anna White, Nellie White, Mrs. J. H. Brown. Sunday, June 24. 10:30 a. m. Organ Voluntary. Doxology. Invocation. Anthem Cho...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 June 1900

1-OR PRESIDENT P 'mm m Hon ImtiH Democratic Ticket. Kor Uorernor A. M. DOCKKRY Kor I.ieilti-llHlit (iovininr JOHN A. LEV For iMtlttn of Slate HAM B. COOK 'or Attorney Cicnrrnl E. C CROW. For Auditor ALRERTO. AI.LEN Kor Treamirer R P. WILLIAMS For K Kin) W. Com... JOS. P, IIERRINOTON. I Mm, id Ticket. For Confess W. V. KI CKER. For Judge St ti. Cnurl of ApenlN R. L. 00001 For State Heimtor II. CI.AY HEATHER County Ticket. For Representative J, R. WHITECOTTOX. ForColleetor V II. H, CROW. For Sheriff J, W. CLARK For Treasurer Wm. M. MATE Bit For PrpweaUng Attorney. i w. McAllister For Assessor . .. W. E. SHEARMAN For Poblln Administrator j. 8. McOKK For Surveyor J. T. GKIU8HY For Coroner W. E. JOHNSON. ForJudKC Western District.. J. 8, ALLEN For Juilue Eastern District. . . II. J. CLAPPER. For Constable Monroe Twp It II, HAQAH Love in a Cottage. I knew the case was liopek', for a butterfly hIiu wan, And I wan nothing greater than a very busy boo: Her time was spent at functions of the ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 June 1900

V To Second District Democrats: The undersigned, your mem bers of the Democratic State Committee, recognizing it as their duty to serve the Demo crats of the Second Congress tonal District, but, above all, recognizing it as their duty to le candid with you, respectful ly notify you that it will be im possible to secure you admis sion to the National Democrat ic Convention at Kansas City on July 4th. Briefly we will -state the conditions which have put upon us this unpleasant iuty. In the first place, it sems that a serious misunderstand ing has arisen witli regard to the seating capacity of Conven tion Hall. It has been the un derstanding that Convention ffcill would accommodate L'0,000 people. Governor William J. Stone, our member of the Na tional Committee, has just in formed us, on the authority ot the architect of the building, that the Kansas City Conven tion Hall will contain only 11, 42 seats, including the dele gates and alternates, and we are positively informed that only 1...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 June 1900

THE DEMOCRAT v. 3. ROUSE, Editor. K. f. HIXSON, ity Editor, TUKMS $1,00 ,KvfcA Entered at Ihi pOAt OfflCf ft I Monroe City, Mo. n fceconri-MuMi matter. THURSDAY, JUNK 28, 1900. Mrs. J. T. Vaughn is visiting j -T' L- Melson and wife spent friends in Sbelblna. Pnrt the week witl) his filth ier, 'Squire A. I). Howe, of Macon, was a : Bh1ltufllla a A Monroe visitor i uesnay. .1. D. Melson at W. 15. Brown made a business trip to New London Tuesday. Charles Curtis is very ill. He has cancer of the stomach. C.C.Lane is now in Plain ville, III., packing his house hold goods preparatory to mak ing this city his future horrte. Jack Blanlrii, Junior editor Elmer Long was a business 'of the Paris Appeal was among visitor at the Bluff City yester Mrs. W. T. Ragland is the the number who attended the dedication of the First Baptist The idea of Lincoln and Re publicans in his day was free dom. Imperialism is the idea of Republican leaders, to-day. Congress was overwhelming ly Republican and irave ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 June 1900

I FOR 30 DAYS FOR 30 DAYS JNO. J. RO GRS X GREAT X MID'SUMMER CLEARING SALE 14 m -w-r v 1 it 1 j n . 1 i i NE V Hilt Detore in tne nistory oi tnis store have we made such a IS weeping Re- uuuuuu, copouiaiij unc uunu icauucs uvcrj iepuriiiieni. we nave ueciaeQ to clean up all Summer Goods, while summer is yet with us We do not expect to carry over a single suit, pair of shoes or a peice of summer goods if prices will move them. It is easy to advertise great things, but we mean business. Come to our store and see for yourself. We have turned it almost vup side down and from the looks of price tickets you would think it a ten cent store. We prefer to sell now at a sacrifice while they are correct in style. We will mention a few items that will give you an idea. Space will not per mit them ail. CLOTHING $12.50 10.00 8.00 7.50 7.50 6.50 5.50 4.00 2.75 Two hundred Men's Suits this seasons .styles in Wor steds, French Flannels, Casimers and in fact all kinds of good, new and dependable goo...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 28 June 1900

I THE nCM nr DAT Republican Prosperity Wuve I ill- LL.iuvvrvo 1 i , , Brother Jewell of tli W n. . KOUSK, Editor. HIXSON. - i t v Editor. T8KMS $1.00 PUH VfcAR Entered at the pout ofllci Hi Monroe City, as MCOHd-0MI mutter. Mo. THURSDAY. JUNE 28. 1900. opring- field Leader-Democrat, has not discovered the great wave of prosperity of which the Repub lican newspapers and Republi can orators talk so much about. He calls attention to the fact that according to reports from Names of President's Wive. It is an interesting study in nomenclature to run over the names of the presidents' wives. There has been but one Mary Mary Todd Lincoln. There were two Marthas Martha Dan d ridge Washington and Martha Wayles Jefferson; two Abigails M, K. &T. Time Table. 1 CHINS SOUTH. 11:19 a m 107 p ID tttt a m Dun aud Bradstreets, the month Abigail Powers Fillmore and of May was a record breaker , Abigail Smith Adams. Another for business failures, both as to ! maiden, possessed of the com- Nat. IVPas...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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