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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 August 1900

"at the old reliable drug house" a: of a; 6. O. WOOD X You will find in a: WALL PAPERS The largest stock, the most beautiful designs, the very latest combinations, the richest tints and shades and at the very lowest prices, at which they can be sold. No trouble in making quick selections from this well selected stock. b, a WOOD. Expansion. And den dot are Bryan man would have a chance to ex pand, thar would be a "land slide,"' and Mr. Bryan would come in on de tide. With Han na, occupation gone. And the trusts, oh my son, your dear tather turned out. We would have to face about, and make de bess terms we can, with Stevenson and dat Bryan man. And as sure as can be Teddey and me, would have to climb a tree. And dat is not de worst, the old "G. O. P." would burst. It would go all nto pieces. Not a grease spot left. My poor re lations would get no more fat places. Surely den I should bereft, my friends done gone de way of all the earth. De ma chine all broke to smash. Dat would be no 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. — 23 August 1900

Correspondence. Warren. It has been some time since there has been any items from this locality in the Democrat. Perhaps a few line? at this time will be of some interest to the readers. We had a fine rain to day (Tuesday) which was badly needed as stock water was get ting to be very scarce. The farmers have commenced CUttlllg corn this week. i'ros pects are there will be consider able cut art pastures are short and will commence feeding early Smith & Palston have moved their saw mill from north of Philadelphia to Falling Springs soutn of Warren. Will Gupton had two fine steers killed by lightning Tues day. Miss Nellie Jarman, of Mon roe Citv. was visiting friends in this vicinity last week. Chance Ogle who has been working for Mr. Olough this summer, left yesterday for Col orado. T. D. McGlasson lost three fine calves with black leg. The picnic given at Warren last Thursday by the Wood man was a grand success. About 1500 people were present and all seemed to enjoy them selves f...

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. — 30 August 1900

u MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. VOL, 13. riONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1900. NO. 3 McCardell Case. Henry Cousey, a negro and former resident of this city had his preliminary trial yesterday before Judge W. B. Stevens. He was charged with being ac cessory before the fact. A portion of Charles Caldwell's (col.) evidence would not be fit for even the Police Gazette. The vital part of evidence in substance is: Charles McCar dell was knocked down by Prank Johnson and lay on the floor unconcious, and that the Caldwell advised Othe negroes to carry that dead man out. McCardell was then carried out of the house by Johnson, -Cousey and George Johnson and placed on tne ground. Some time later McCardell was carried from the yard to the place in the street where found. H. Cousey was bound over in the sum of $200 and gave bond. Hon. J. C. Piersol prosecuted the case and L. K. Amick, of St. Joseph was the defendants lawyers. After the trial of Coursey, Prank Johnsons case come up but waive...

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. — 30 August 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W.J. HOU8E, Kdlu.r. R. r HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $,()() .''INVUIl Entered at the pott offl lit Mnnroe City, as second-class mattor. Mo. THURSDAY, AUG 30, 1900. FOR PRESIDENT 4 Caldwell & Son are prepared to feed the hungry. Tf you want an ice cream soda go to Caldwell & Son. If vou want a lunch eo to Caldwell & Son's restaurant. How. W. J. BatiM. Tloket. A. M. DOCKERY. Democratic For Governor For Lieutenant Governor joiin a. lee. For Secretary nf State sam B. cook. For Attorney General E. C CROW. For Auditor ALBERTO. ALLEN. For Treasurer R. P. WILLIAMS. For it . and W. Com. . . JOH. P. IIERRINGTON. For Judge Supreme Court J. II, GANTT Dtatitat Ticket. Tor Congress W. W. KUCKER. Forjudge Pt L. Court of Appeal! R. L OOODE For State Senator R, CLAY HEATHER. County Ticket For Representative .... J, H. WHITECOTTON. For Collector W. H. II. CROW. For Sheriff I, W. CLARK. For Treasurer Win, M. MATEKR. For Prosecuting Attorney. P. W. MCALLISTER. For Assessor .. W....

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 August 1900

Bryan's Pitby Point. Defeat at the polls does not necessarily decide against a problem. Experience, and ex perience alone, settles ques tions. Truth grows not in seclusion, but in the open field. The Republican party is now committed to a currency system which necessitates a perpetual debt. Populists believe in arbitra tion now as much as they did in 1896, and are as much oppos ed to government by injunction and the blacklist as they were then, and upon these subjects they have as much reason lor cooperation with the Democrat ic party as they had four years ago. The fact that the trusts sup port the Republican party ought to be sufficient proof that they expect protection from it. The Republican party cannot be re lied upon to extinguish the trusts so long as it draws its campaign contributions from their overflowing vaults. Today we are eueacred in a controversy which will deter mine whether we are to have a republic in which the govern men t derives its just powers from the consen...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 August 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W.J. KOUSK, Editor. R. i HIXSON, City Editor. TERMS $1.00 PER YEAR Entered at the ot ofllee at Monroe City, Mo. an aecond-claat matter. THURSDAY, AUG 80, 1900. ifr dt " -S Our Next Governor. If you want .in ice cream soda lto to Caldwell oV Son. Hannn'a Campaign. benaeor Banna's liaml has not forgotten its cunning. He opened the campaign in New Jersey by leading the right bower - G.D, Of course Marks "Right bower" i in New Jersey the liome of the trusts, the state that has floated more trusts than all the balance Where else should be go first to "fry the fat'r" Who it under more obligations to Mark and his party than the skeeter bitten denizens of Jersey 'who have learned the blood sucKing trick, from their tormentors. John W. Ragsdale has sold bis eottatre known as the Jim Hickman place on Oak street at the foot of Catherine street to Robert S. McClintic. of Han i nibal for 700, Mr, McCUotic I will move to this city next week and follow his chosen profes sion, the law....

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 August 1900

u SEE US FOR X NEW FRENCH FLANNELS NEW DRESS GOODS, NEW SILKS, In fact anything you want in Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Groceries and Supplies cf all kinds. E. W. Ragland and family spent Sunday with the home folk at Shelbina. Our New Fall Goods are now in Williamson & Bull Murry Sandusky spent a por tion of last week with relatives at Macon City. William Daniels, of Vandalia came in Waturuay atternoon to spend several days with his chum, D. Milton Proctor. Archie McConacliie left Thursday night for Denver, Colo. If he likes the country he may locate there. The Hunnewell schools open ed Monday. Miss May Bell one of the teachers left Sunday so as be on hand at the opening. XX Neither McKINLEY NOR BRYAN SAVE MONEY Like buying your HARDWARE, BUGGIES, GUNS, STOVES, ETC. FROM Ir. Manning Walker.J R. J. Bradley of Elsberry, spent the first of the week in this city with friends. John O. Wood, of Canton, Mo. was visiting his son, Henry W. Wood the first of the week. It is Eroflgrt to Make a...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 August 1900

An' handl the in trodden wilds o- Brazil He's gota' u perform on the tiht rope im' tly with tho greatest 0 MM iu itctln oneasy mornin' In- started to town, He DditeWd 'round rutin' breakfM1 an' wnrivly could HWaih-r it dOWIt) liresncd up ill hi- DMl go-to-nuvlin's, iin' when he was tvylii' goodby An' asked fur a kiss from his mother I saw a !)i: tear in his ey 11' went iiround iK'tlin' the . give Towsor a shake o1 tin' paw. An' Kwullercd like somt'thin' that hurt him was Itlckin1 right fast in hit oraw But I reckon it all was exottetnent ot eaaioned i.v getttn' to go An' tee the great world'betln' won ders the paper described at the how. "Re wasn't at home the nex' moruln', nor didn't show up through the du.V. Ad' mother thought otnethln' just awiul had happened to keep him away, An' I was oneasy as Satan, a koowin' the pitfalls an' traps That's lay in' all over the city in watin' fur country-bred chaps, But 'lon; in the evenin' a letter was brought, an' it cut us like sin! It said ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 August 1900

"AT THE OLD RELIABLE DRUG HOUSE" X OP X B. O WOOD X You will find in X WALL PAPERS The largest stock, the most beautiful designs, the very latest combinations, the richest tints and shades and at the very lowest prices, at which they can be sold. No trouble in making quick selections from this well selected stock. B, CX WOOD. 1 The census returns gives St. Louis the Future Great a popu lation of 575,238. The noted all a round gambler Jno. W. Gatesjwill be one of the candidates ifor the U. S. Senate in Illinois. W. L. Porterfield, Republican candidate for Secy of State is Democratic in name asijSam B. Cook.and fessesup in this shape: "Sam will be elected, of course, for the Democratic majority of Missouri is too great for us to overcome this year, but we tare going to cut it down." The (J lobe-Democrat says: "Troops enroute to China will be sent to Manila." If it is true that the war is over in the Phil ippine Islands as the G D and Grand Ma Otis, persists in tell ing us, why, oh why...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 30 August 1900

Correspondence. Cincinnati Item. Miss Bflta Woodson, of Stout8- , ville. is the the guest of her aunt, Mrs J, H. Warren Born To the wife ofJamesj Shultz. Sunday morning, a boy. Mother and babe jetting along nicely and Jim is slowly im proving. Mrs. W. A. Htyden and sister- i n law, Miss Bill, were shopping in Monroe Ci'y Mon day Mr. and Mrs. "Doc-' Verdier, of Father, were tle guests of Mrs. Vertlier'a parents the first of the we-k. Mrs. Watson and daughter, of Hatch, were the quests of Mrs. II. Garnet Tueada). E. J Hayden was in Cross Koads vicinity Sunday and "Miss Btbel" was all smiles. Hutt-li Items Fine rain Saturday. Everybody is for Bryan. We learn the Joanna picnic Saturday will he all rijjht. Quite a number from this vi cinity will take in the show in Hannibal Sept 4th. There will be preaching at Aerial Sunday Robert Hooper, our black smith, is doing a good business. The grist mill will soon start at this place. Mr. Abel, of Illinois, is here visiting his brother, Joe Abel....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 September 1900

f Monroe City Democrat VOL, 13. nONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1900. NO. 33 Poor Old Missouri I will sing of "Poor Old Mis souri" when I left school, "Poor Old Missouri" under carpet bag rule. She was then in a mighty bad fix. "Poor Old Missouri" in sixty-six. She had a debt and they piled it high, yes sir! away up toward the sky. They made a "new constitution" so they did, the old one was laid away, or hid. In that document, was article two. Under it, the preacher and teacher were sorty blue. Look a here fellow let me your vis, under that con stitution "Preachin had riz." Five hundred dollars for every single sermond, or six months in jail, or both, was determined. Don't that look pretty high for preaching, and it was about the same for teaching. But in or about 1868 things began to turn around, they were getting straight. The Democrats came into power, and the carpet bagger went back to "Ohier," the Democrats have run the State three decades, and that old carpet bag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 September 1900

THE DEMOCRAT! a b"8i"ess l visitor in the Bluff City Friday. v. h IIOUMB, Kditor. It. r. H1XSON, city KUiuir. terms $1,00 Entered ltth post office at Monroe City, hi iiiwi OrlH matter. Mo. THURSDAY, SEPT 6, HKK). FoK PRESIDENT " 7' W. J. Bbtak. Dr. Homback, Oculist and Aurist. Hannibal, Mo. Have your machines repaired by J. B. Bristow. A nice pair of mimmer Pants at Werner's for $5. For Ice Cream Soda go to Leo Bell's. Now is a good lime to pay your subscription. For nice fresh cool luncheons or a hot meal, go to the right place. Caldwell & Son. Come in and pay us what you owe. Sharp & Donley. Democratic Ticket For QoTtrnor ... a. M. ihvkery. Kor Untenant Oovernor JOMH a.i.kk. For larittary of Btete ..sam n. cook. For Attorney General K. C ckow. Kor Auditor ALBKKT ) ALLEN. For Treasurer... R. P. WILLIAMS. For H. ami W. Com... JOS. I. I1ERRINGTON. Tor Ju.lge Supreme Court.... J, R, GASTT District Ticket. For Congress W. W. RITCKER. City Friday For Judne St L. Court of Appeals...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 September 1900

What The Horse Would Say. Don't loan me. If it is to go for the doctor, use me yourself. Don't rein my head up to make me look showy and high strung. It pains me a great deal to be compelled to hold my head in an unnatural position. Don't check or whin me for defending myself from flies What do you do when flies bite you? I have feelings as well as you. Don't compel me to work when my shoulders are sore. Put on me a collar that tits my sbonlders. When you first train me when my shoulders are len der wasli in cold water with salt added at night. To com pell me to work when my shoul ders are sore, is like you work ing when yonr hands are sore. Don't lave the harness on me at noon in the long summer days; give me a chance to cool and rest, Don't sit on my back to talk. Don't check or whip me for stumbling. I don't want to stum ble any more than you do. Don't put frozeu bits in my mouth. My mouth is as sensi tive to pain as yours. Don't feed me corn the year round. Give me a chance at b...

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. — 6 September 1900

THE DEMOCRAT V. J. ROUSE, Editor. IX. P. HIXSOX, City Editor. TERMS $1,00 .PEKYEAR Kuti r.--l at thfl i si office at Monrnv City, Mo. 9 . ...t : .:.- matter. THURSDAY. SEPT 6. 1900. Imperialism to liberty. means farewell A vote for McKinley is a vote to strengthen the power of the trusts. A vote for Bryan is a vote for equal rights to all and special privileges to none. Our Republican friends will not do any thing to protect the people from the trusts. Our Republican friends tram ple down the Constitution when ever it gets in their way. Let us hope McKinley will not find any more Spanish Is laud in the Pacific Ocean. McKinley's colonial policy is a dangerous departure from the principles of free government. Democratic success on No vember 6th means a govern ment of, for and by the people. The people should stand up for the Constitution as it is their great protection from oppression. If you believe that the Decla ration of Independence and the American Constitution are safe guards t...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 September 1900

We Invite. We invite mothers who have daughters and mothers who hav'nt daughters to call and examine our line of New and UpTcvDate Dry Goods just received from the markets. Our line of Wool Dress Goods Ginghams and Per.' cales are unsurpassed in North Missouri. The public is invited to call and examine and we will do the rest, 1 Caldwell & Son are prepared to feed the hungry. If you want a lunch go to Caldwell & Son's restaurant. The largest 5 cts. Tablet at Raney & Saundlbs. Iluve youa Itenacof fullness In the region o your tomach (iter eating? If so you will be be nefited by usIuk Chamberlain's sutmftch and Liver Tablets. They, alio cure belching and our stomach. They regulate the bowels too. Price Hie, Bold by II. O. Wood. The best buggy Paint go to Raney & Saunders. Carson's Dry Goods Store, l Alexis Melson is the Future Great. ' Prof. Horace Hagar opened tbe Ely School Monday. If you want an ice cream soda go to Caldwell & Son. John Catlett, of Hannibal, was...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 September 1900

Politic! at Squawville. i irrelevant, but it is not. as you The political excitonentwasarunnln'; may see later. In fact, that cussed high, worm j)lays the title role in the Bpoutin' like a hot volcano, an' that tragedy I am going to tell. ain't no campaign lie! T, .. An' we all anticipated of ingulnry I 'There was a wealthy Boliv liKl,t i ian planter who had been a If a too imprudent toller tried to Hy general in the war between Bo too liiKh a kit. . iivia anj oiiili back in the ear- Us OOnservatlVi endeavered fur to i , , Kct a night from our games, but he would frequently stand about for a week and never make a bet larger than 10. Then he would suddenly cry out just as the operator was about to lift the cover and register the high est bet the house would permit. Next he would place all the money he could find takers for among the gentlemen present. Before the season was far ad vanced he had won great sums, and we had all felt the results of his freakish luck. It seems that when he...

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

"AT THE OLD RELIABLE DRUG HOUSE" X OF X B. O, WOOD X You will Had in X WALL PAPERS The largest stock, the most beautiful designs, the very latest combinations, the richest tints and shades and at the very lowest prices, at which they can be sold. No trouble in making quick selections from this well selected stock. B. O, WOOD. Down His Throat From a Baltimore Exchange, Saloonkeeper Albert Eicliel berger of Washington County is a man with a fervent fancy and a poetic tendency. Why he should wish to shuffle off this mortal coil is difficult to see, for a man of such original fan cies ought to keep himself alive as long as possible to make the world merry. Despair and de spondency sometimes comes to the gayest of men, however, and Saturday was one of Al bert's times. Before swallow ing an almost laudanum, he Items of Fashion. In Paris cherry color is the mode. The all-black hat is one of the most valuable of summer possessions. Broad bias belts of turquoise blue velvet are us.ed with th...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 6 September 1900

r """""" " ,j,je annua con show was Correspondence. I he'd ,,ere as"sa' and as usual brought out a i large crowd. Quite a number Indian Creek " ' ' mule buyers were on hand The ice cream social given by ! paying high as fifty dollars the ladies of St Stephens church 'five dollars for some of the was a succes both socially aud , fancy mules. financially. The net receipts! Coopcrsvllle. will be about Sixty Dollars. j Will Spalding won a box of city, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. E. J. McKnight. Ivan Yates, of Indian Creek, spent the latter part of last week'with his uncle, W. J. Mc Leod's family. Miss Polyna Gander spent the week with her sister, Mrs. Cobb at Philadelphia and took In the picnic Thursday. Messrs Bob and Bennie San difer and Clarence Colvert took in the picnic at Philadelphia Thursday. B. P. Hanley attended the stock sale at Palmyra Monday. Little Chester Ryan returned to his home in Hannibal Satur day, alter an extended visit with his grand patents, Mr. cigars for being t...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 September 1900

1 MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. VOL, 13. nONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1900. NO. 33 Post Office Rulings. The Republican post master General ha3 some queer, queer ideas and the country post masters follow suit and plays seckond tiddle to a frazz.e. When the Bryan and Dockery speeches were gotten out bvthe committees, sent to the various Democratic papers of the country to be destributed in their regular issues as Suppli ments they had at the head of first column "Supplimeuts of Democrat" etc. The postal department rules them out, stating that it takes 4c postage oneach copy and that they are not to go at publishers rates Since that ruling Republican exchanges are coming to our desk with the same amount of and class of matter, only it is Republican and it comes at publishers rates. We have known that Mc and Mark have been using not only the post office at Washington for frank ing Republican campaign matter, but also using depart ment clerks as mailing clerks. Now they are clo...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 13 September 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W.J. HOUSE, Editor. U. i HIXSON, City Kdltor. TERMS $,00 .PERYFAH Now is a good time your subscription. to pay Dr. Homback, Oculist and Aurist, Hannibal, Mo. Entered at the poat ifflceat Moutoe City, n second-class matter. Mo. THURSDAY. SEPT 18, 1900 FOR PRESIDENT Dok. IV. J. Bbtak. Ticket A. If, DOCKKKY. Democratic For Governor For J.leiitemmt Governor JOHN- A. III'. For Secrctnry of Slate SAM H. COOK. For Attorney General E. C CHOW. For Auditor AIJtERT O. A I I.I'" N. Kor Treasurer K. I". Wll.MAlia For 1( . ami W. Com. . .JOS. I. I1ERKINOTON. For Jndfre Supremo f'ourt.... J, H, fiANTT niHttict Ticket. For Comrrens W.W, RUCKER. For JndRC St I,. Court of Appeals R. L. GOOKK For 8late Bcnator ..H. CLAY HEATHER. Count)- Ticket For Representative 1, H. WHITKCOTTON. For Collector W. H. H. CROW. For Sheriff J, W. CLARK. For Treasurer Wm, M. M ATEER. For FrosecutlDK Attorney.F. W. M A 1.1. is 1 Kit. For Assessor W. K. SHEARMAN. For Public Administrator .1. 8. McGKK. For Surve...

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