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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 27 September 1900

"AT THE OLD RELIABLE DRUG HOUSE" a: OF a: 6, O, WOOD A) You will find in WALL PAPER 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. Benj. Wunch, of Clapper, came down Saturday to see his mother and take in the speak ing at night. John Mill 0 S. and O. Kin sey, of North Fork, were busi ness visitorr in the city Satur day. E. D. Noland and family, of Shelbyville, arrived in the city Sunday to spend a week or ten days with the homefolk. Mesdamea Gillispi, of Palmy ra and Ellen Bryan, of Moberly spent the latter portion of last week with their kinswoman Mrs. M. B. Carson. John Dawson and Ernest Jackson have concluded to try rough life near Texarkana, Ark. They are with Joseph Beiloh and will work with the Hard Lumber Co. Hon. Dick Dalton is winning many converts, nit. Here is a sample of Mr. D...

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. — 27 September 1900

The Racket. Don't fail t st!! our mlllltturj li r..i: von iniv. Wa bare the iif-nt trimmers in town. Wa OM 'll you a luiti but for li very little money. La Idil glOVfM (rood value .."oo long leova Jerteyrlbbtd vest loo vest, batter quality .v.. 38. 4" ami Wo i i.l draili union units si..! 8 t" B 26. utua union iui 35, :!", 43 unil 18 SHOES. .. honiicst 'Miii i ho h in town. .;... i' - heavy . good Wearing ail solid slum il.'l't i. ninM I - 1.25. I. .15, 1. 50, 1.75. ami tti.00 . elU overall's iruod swlght weaves '.! nrhippl joaiK anta UiJ . , ,, beat line ol duck coats ever shown in Monroe t'iiy. Prices for men's 'from 75o t 1 . 7. . Child iena from 5e to IhXs. Tim het calico's all brands 5c. , ro.il'i Tj. 81 and lOc. GROCERIES. i . . tundabesl gran iiui.-.l a igar M.oti l-.ui'.t (OOd ro !'. e i T - UK! Ui . .lack -' , th) beat on the ma -ket. - - - UK' Yours lor low prieea S. CHRISTAIN. NOTICE TO j TAX-PAYERS. m STOVES! Indian Creek Items. Mr. T. .1. Miles ami little daulltei Au ue...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 October 1900

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. VOL, 13. HONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1900. NO. 2 ATTEND FACTORY MEETING AT COUNCIL ROOMS SATURDAY EVENING OCT. 6. Republican "Hand-Book on Mis sourl Politics. " This unique publication will not be taken seriously, even by the most rabid republican, but they will insist upon quoting it to their uninformed neighbors. The authors have thrown figures together in a most aston ishing way. For example, they give, on page 189440, the "Total Cost of the Governor's Mansion" duriug the twenty-six years under democratic control, commencing January 1, 1873. up to January 1, 1399. to be $127, 731.57. This is an average of $4,912.75 a year. They don't call atteution to the fact, shown on page 139, that duaing eight years of :epublican rule, Janu ary 1, 1805. to January 1. 1873, they expended 97,373.43, an average of $12,171.70 a year. Then they tackle the subject of taxation on page 20. and show that the reduction of the state revenue tax from 20 cents to 15 c...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 October 1900

THE DEMOCRAT V. .1 ROUSE, Kditor. HIXSON, City Kditor. I B RMS $1.00 PER VfcAtt Kntered t the post office at Monroe City, as 1 !bv matter. Mo. THURSDAY. SEPT 4. 1!00. Democratic Ticket Pvr OoTtnior a. M. DOflMBT. for MeottnantOoTtrnet . joii.n a. i.ek. For MoTttarv Of Slate SAM H. COOK. Kor Attorney Oentral E. c chow. For Audit. t ALBERT O ALLEN. For Treasurer R. P. WILLI AMU For R, ind w. com. ..JOS. F, II KKKI NUTON. For Judge Supreme .'ourt .. J. B, (i ANTT Piatt tat Ticket. For Congress W.W, KICKER. PorJadgtStL Court of Appaatt R L ;ooie For Slate MiiHior II. CLAY HEATHER. Count? Ticket For Representative J, H WHlTBCOTTOM. For Collector . . W.H.H.CBOW For sheriff J. W. CLARK. For Treasurer Wm. If, MATEEK. For Prostrating Attorney. F. W. M0ALLI8TSR. For Axiwor ... W. E. HUE A RMAN For Public Administrator. . . For Surveyor For Oorontr.. Forjudge Wstera District. Kor Judge Eastern District . For Oonstabli Monroe Twp.. .... J. 8. MciJKK. .. J.T. (i KIG8BY W, E. JOHNSON J. 8. ALLEN....

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 October 1900

Court Directory. MONROE COUNTY. Circuit Court Meets at Paris third Monday In April andjfourth Monday In October. Probate Court Regular terms at Paris, socond Mondays In February, May, August and November. MARION COUNTY. Circuit Court Meets at Palmyra, second Honday lu February and flrat Monday In September. Hannibal Court of Rommon Pleas second Monday In January, first Monday In Hay and third Monday in September. 1- A 1,1.8 COUNTY, Circuit Court Meets at New London, third Mondays In March and August. CITY OFFICIALS. Mayor Samuel North Police Judge W. B. Stevens Marshal J. w. Stephens City Attorney R. L. Woodson. City Clerk ....Geo.. Tompkins. City Treasurer H. E. Linn. Collector J. E. Fish. Assessor ...J. W. Powers Btrcct Commissioner w, P Young Aldkbmkn: First Ward J. S. Bcott J Ha Grady; Second Ward-D. A.Ely. J. W. Ball. Third Ward A. Boulware, D. D. Melson Secret Societies. Masonic MonroeLodge No. 64, A. F. & A. M . , meets iirst and third Satur day nights of each month. onro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 October 1900

J J h E I 1 ) THE DEMOCRAT VV. .1. HOUSE, Editor. r it. v BIX8QN, City Bdltor. terms $1,00 PB YfiAlt Xntercd nt tin- poM QfflM M Monroe Cily, Mo. an Hctond-elawi matter. THURSDAY. OCT 4, 1900. Stand for the Republic. Trusts are no highway robbers. better than Democracy is righting freedom for mankind. for There la no place in our sys tern of government for imperial ism. em- Help secure new labor ploying institutions for Monroe Citv. Trusts are fostered and pro tected by our Republican friends. A whipping post law rigidly enforced would do much to re duce criminal costs and also the number of crimes committed. Monroe City now has an op portunity to secure another la bor employing institution. Ev ery citizen should do what he can to have it located here. The man who owns a large flock of stock in some trust or ganized to rot) the people can for his own tinancial gain con sistently vote the Mark Hanna ticket. Imperialism is expensive and no good can come to America by endorsing McKinle...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 October 1900

Williamson & Bull's n E are showing the Largest and Finest line of Dress Goods ever brought to Monroe City. Venetian Cloths, Cheviots, Poplins, Broad Cloths, Storm Serges, French Flannels, Silks for Waists, Mack Christian is taking in the sights at St. Louis. J. Gardner Wade has moved to his )retty cottage on East Second Street. Hon. Dick Crocker pledges greater New York to Bryan by a plurality of 100,000. 8 Satins and Velvets. K OUR PRICES HAVE KNOCKED CyMPETION SILLY. THIS SPECIAL DRESS GOODS SALEg WILL CONTINUE ANOTHER WEEK, ajaj LADIES' WAIST. Bite M, M,3, 39, 40. 300 New Idea Patterns just received in the Latest Styles only 10c. No Good Pattern as Low Priced. No Low Priced Pattern as Good. In removing one of the large plate glass from thn casi jn the front of WUliatiibuu Ci Bull store Monday, so as to put in a new sash the glass was broken. Mrs. J. J- Rogers and Miss Carolyn have returned from their summers jaunt through the east. Mrs. Rogers is much m proved in health. R. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 4 October 1900

The Racket. Don't fail to boo our millinery bo forc you buy. Vc have tlio bss trimmers In town. Wt can Mil you a BM hilt for a vory little money. Ladies Md "Moves jzood value . 7.1c " loiijf sleeve jerse) ribbed vest 15c " ' vests, better quality Si. '''. 4'i and "ah:. Ohlldraill union suits tlte to 26 Ladies union Miiits 'S, 'i'. 4fi find 48o. SHOES. The ohoftpeit ROOd shoes in town. Men's heavy, (,'ood wearing sJI solid shoo $1.2.1 Ladtei shoos 1.85, l.CO, 1.75. and 2.IMI Mens Overall' gOOd Weight weaves 41lo Mlsslslil jeuns pants U8o. The bent line of iiuck uoats over shown i'i Monroe City. Prices for men' 'from 74c to $1.75. Child ren from 75o to IHd:. The bett oalioo'ei all brand 6u. Fercal' t;t. 7j, 8 and lOo. GROCERIES. 15 pound bet granulated sugar 11.00 Extra good roast uolYue - l6o Blaek Jack stove polish the boat on the market. - - - lOo Your for low prioea S. CHRISTAiN. Misses MaudeCllneand I 'na( 'aso of ! Hydcsbura; and Kmma Ijefever of I l'rovidonco are staying at the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 October 1900

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. VOL. 13. nONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER II, 1900. NO. 37 Karffe Klatch. Thursday afternoon Miss Bertha, the accomplished daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. A. Jaeger, entertained a bevy of the prettiest and sweetest gir.s in the state by inviting them to a Karffe Klatch, at her lovely home in this city. The hours sped on the wings ot mirth while the young ladies gave and solved riddles, related stories and Miss Carolyn Rogers rendered a beautiful song and Susie Anderson recited- The happy guests were Misses Carolyn McClintic, Carolyn Rogers, Anna Bouware, Louise Lyon, Virgie Bristow, Lou Nipper, Susie Anderson, Ada McClintic, Lou Jordon, Maude Evans, and Flo Blinker hoff, of Moberly. Mo. And there wasn't a horrid man there. Which young lady forgot to button her shoes? Oh my but didn't the blue eyes and Vandyke beard start the giris to studying German, A young gentleman said' Arn't they pretty, so pretty that one can not decide which is the prettiest. Pierceall....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 October 1900

PROF. CANTLON THE MAGNETIC HEALER WHOSE WOliderfu! micce-alit curing diseases lias attracted at tention fur and wide ' matters nut what your disease may be, Come, come quick to the Gre.tl Vaguetic Healer who cures all who comes to him and moat of tliem sire case that the best nhvsieians have ei ven un is incur tbte. Rooms at Gem Hotel on , 41 2J patients nrst month uu, aiter . -d'. i $2i per month will be made, h ld all testimonials, bnt read tne lew ii-ar and and be convinced. If not satisfied a'.umu lor answer. Firs! r o that ' inn: regul This paper . from i '.'ii i- w lid write t k a a i I i CANTIXJN THK J II 10 AT The Magnetic Man of Mystlfica tiou Healing the People. W, R, GREEN, of Ardmore, Amonyr the many grateful pa tients of Prof. J. H. Caution, none is more enthusiastic than W. ii. Green, a wet I known an I substantial tanner ul near Ardmore. In an intervied Mr. Green frankly attributed his wonderful cure to Prof. Cant Ion's treatment. He had been a sufferer for fifteen ye...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 October 1900

J Dr. Hornback. Oculist Aurist. Hannibal, Mo. and Caldwell & Son are prepared to feed the hungry. Now is a good time to pay your subscription. lunch -today The largest assortment of ! School Tablets and School sup j plies at Raney & Saunders. Get your dinner and eons at Caldwell & Son Have your machines repaired by J. B. Bristow. The best buggy Paint go to RANEY& SAUNDEUS. Ices, contections, luncheons hot meals and the best cigars in the city to be found at Cald well fc Son's. Call aud shoes examine our school A. BoriWAitE & Son. Books of Buy your School Raney & Saunders. The correct fall styles in fall footwear at A. Bouewaue & Son, School Books School Books School Books School Books. Raney & Saunders. The newest styles in ladies and mens shoes A. Bouf.wAUE & Son. For the best school shoes see. A. Bouewaue & Son. Come quick, come a runnin' to the best Restaurant and Ice Cream parlors to be fonnd. Caldwell & Son. I am almost tempted to "Du...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 October 1900

THE DEMOCRAT V. J. ROU8B, Editor. K. t, HIXSON, city Editor. TBRMS $1,00 PEH VEAR Enter, 'I nl il pout olleill Monroe City, wt'cohrl-clHKn mutter. Mo, THURSDAY, OCT 11. 15)00. Stand for justice and right. Down with the trusts. Vote for the Interests of the plain people. Ever)' Democrat must vote this year. Democrats liav ; given Mis souri a model state government. Keep up the light for human liberty and human rights. Hanna's Imperialistic policy, if endorsed by the voters, on November 6, will cost the tax payers not millions of dollars but billions of dollars. This is not the year for Dem ocrats of Missouri to go to sleep as they did in 1894. A vote for the Mark Hanna party4is a vote against the plain people. Imperialism is not in accord with the principles of our gov ernment. Government is tor the use of the people and notOpeople for the use of the government. Missouri is always carried by the Republicans about a month before election. Prom all parts of the country come reports of ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 October 1900

The largest 5 ct Raney & 3. Tablet at Saundlrs. Raney & Saunders for School Books and School Supplies. Tf you want an ice cream soda go to Caldwell & Son. R. L. Woodson will speak at Huntington to-morrow evening. R V. Sullivan has been visit ing his brother at Woodland. J. A. Hickman and wife have been the guests of Perry friends. S. A. and Bert Woods made several of the merchants happy Saturday. For nice fresh cool lnncheons or a hot meal, go to the right place, Caldwell & Son. Mrs. R. E. L. Sevier spent a portion of last week attending to business in Shelbina. Dinner, luncheons, ice cream sodas, fruits, confections and cigars at Caldwell & Son. Omer Jones and wife, of Oak Dale, were business visitors in the city Saturday. Second hand school books bought and sold at Raney & Saunders. Stephen Rathborn will speak at Indian Creek at 7:30 Thurs day, Oct. 18th. Ollie Boulware, of Perry, is the guest of the family of his uncle, Aaron Boulware. Lawrence Piersol, of...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 October 1900

William! Dream. Mark. How now. jour majesty:" Your eyes an- red .As plume that waves o'er eifOUl borse's hsM) And IWOllen as i( you hail had a 0 In iiuard ar.-na with a listic foe. Your fact' It drawn and feverishly hot. "What makoUl you so rattled and dis truffhty Mae: Twas but a dream, and yet 'twas such a dream. So Vivid in IU pieiures did it seem, That aft-.'r waking yet it seemed to he Hut half a vision, half reality. Ilfltbougbt 1 sat upon a throne of gold, Its metal seat tiiu-omiortahly cold And 'round me, el.id in golden armor and With gulden spear grasped Mnnly in ciiclili and, Were warlike men with features stern and bard Who seemed to form my royal body guard, At frequent Interval! gay oourtlen came Before the throne, and with a low salaam Would hand mo tiding from the fields of war And blood) conquest in the land afar Where hero soldiers sent hy my commands Hy force of arms lire matching from the hands Of patriot men the llatxs of liberty And crushing souls that struggle...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 October 1900

"at the old reliable drug house" a: of a; 8. O- WOOD 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. Dick Dalton UnbliiMhingly Gar bits Facts and Figures. To tho Editor of The Republic. St. Louis, Oct. 4. In his des perate effort to justiny himself in his assault on the party years was which for so many his generous benefactor. Col. Richard Dalton. in this morn ing's (1 lobe-Democrat, under takes to sustain his charge that the Democratic State Board of Equalization lias during the past twenty-live years decreas ed the assessed value of rail road property in Missouri. Colonel Dalton states, that the railroads of Missouri were assessed in 1873 at J54.849.812, or (10,191 per mile, and that in 177. four years later, the rail roads were assessed at only $7,5ti0 pe...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 11 October 1900

Correspondence. Huntington. Mth. J, f, MeAUbter is quite ill. Miss Myrtle; Spalding in visiting friends in Monroe City. Doc BonrmM and II. I Moss went down to Hog Ford Saturday evening and caught a few Orftpplfl and linss. Monroe ( aptain well known to the It. II. linear and wife, of City, spent Sunday with Fahy and wife. Preston Hancock and f; m i ly went over to Mexico Sunday to spend a week with relatives. Mrs. Sue Iloarman. of Monroe City, spent last week with Mr.). I. G. Carpenter. Mrs. I.. Lake ol Monroe City, spent last week with her ion Edward and family. Joe Fahy, of clay Township, d livered a splendid Democratic speech before the Huntlnirton Democratic club last .Saturday ovenlng. lion, .lames WhiUvotton. of t'aris, visited friends in Saline last Wednes day. Mrs. Anna Fahy, of Omaha, Neb., I visitinLf her ulster. Mrs. Eliza Fahv. Mis. Fahv used to live in this vtoinitv and is older citizens, We noticed a verv Interesting letter in last week's DEMOCRAT, written by the Renss...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 October 1900

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. VOL. 13. HONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1900.. D NO. 38 To Monroe County Teachers. Com. R. S. Nichols Monroe City, Mo. Dear Friend: I am anxious to show in my An uual Report some of the very best things to be found in Mis souri Rural Schools, I think you can help me. I'll have a dozen cuts made ol the best things if I can get the pictures. Can you get good kodac pictures of the following? 1. School house showing yard, outhouses etc. 2. Interior view showing arrangement of seats and other furniture. 3. Views showing some pu pils at work at board. 4. Views showingschool dec oration. 5. Maps and drawing show ing geography or Nature work. 6. I should also like to photo engrave some examinat ion papers written on questions to be sent out next week. These should be written on paper just the size of a page in my last report and writen closely. Some compositions written by pupils describing the school. . the house ar.d grounds, and any of the general work...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 October 1900

thf: democrat VV. ,1 ItOUHE, Ktlitor. HIXSON, City Editor. $1.00 PER YEAR Mllffwl in I lis poatofllccat Monroe City, Mo. nr second-class matter. I'MUKSDAY, OCT 18. 1!00. Mi Kin -y is the trust can tlitl.ii, lor president. Oil! cm i L i frm eth. The Monroe creas i Republic cannot consist hold colonies. no lie Democrat polls on stay away November Demo :ra tic (Jountv s i liia ear. majority in .iouIJ be in- T the coe ttje. muaign ion and lias reached intimidation M Kin ley lias taken an oath .led, preserve and defend ' institution but does not Hi. mini- V i il i ration Constitutional amend ii be voted on this year my your careful consid Every Democrat should con sider himself a committee of one to work for the party of equal rights to all. The plain people cannot ex pect any profit to come to chem by endorsing McKinley's imper ialistic policy as their part is to pay the expenses of holding the Filipinos in subjection. This will require annually the lives of many brave American boys and...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 October 1900

Dr. Hornback, Oculist and Aurist, Hannibal, Mo. Caldwell & Spn are prepared to feed the hungry. Now is a good time to pay your subscription. Get your dinner and lunch eons at Caldwell & Son to-day The best buggy Paint go to RANEY& SAUNDEHS. Call and examine our school shoes A. Boulavake & Son. Buy your School Books of Raney & Saunders. The correct fall styles in fall footwear at A. Boui.ware & Son, School Books School Books -School Books School Books. Raney & Saunders. The newest styles in ladies and mens shoes A. Boulware & Son. For the best school shoes see. A. Boumvare & Son. Come in and pay us what you owe. Sharp & Donley. Try J os. Haas' Stock and Poul try Pood. For sale by W. B. Egan. Cash on the nail. It you owe it to us come in and settle up. Sharp & Donley. Palmyra boasts of having the oldest railroad in the State, and Hannibal of having the first free public library in Missouri. The Docket for the Monroe County circuit court is o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 18 October 1900

THE DEMOCRAT W. .1. Kol'SK, Editor. 1!. P. IIIXSON, Cllf Kflitor. TBRMS $1,00 VEH. VEAK Enurnl t tin- pMI oflMU Monroe City, Mo. r MttMrdQlMI nmltcr. THURSDAY, OCT 18. 1900. Stand for tin; right. Democrats must be active and vigilant. Liberty is in peril. How can anyone not in favor of polygamy endorse McKin ley's SulU policy. Common people have no busi ness voting for the trust candi dates. Don't trade votes with any Republican but vote the Demo cratic ticket from President to Constable. Monroe City citizens should at once organize a live Business Men's Association. There is work for it to do. It is not right to shoot down Filipinos because they dtfsire liberty and a government of their own. In this country there stand many factories and mills closed by the trusts as monuments against the policies of Hanna's party. In case Marcus should suc ceed in electing his man McKin ley do not imagine that the plain people will be driven from the earth. The trusts want some slaves. It costs le...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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