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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 February 1899

Pith And Point, Science And Industry. Hewitt "I don't sef you j Malleable glass, a patented j with that pretty girl as often as article, is now used to till de I used to." Jewett "No, I'm cayed teeth. Ctty Directory. CITT OfPICULI, Mayor Polios Jndgs married to her now." -Town , An employer ol German clerks uty Attornsy ".!!"!!!!"!!! Topics. say that they work :. per Wrrt ie i , , city Trsssttrti very Cheap. Patience i cent, slower than IBngllsu ones. miiiM-tur "What is the cheapest tiling Porous glass is a recent inven-' . , . strict cots missionsf you ever saw nbont a bargain tion and is said to promise much Atosssmsi nt wsni-j. counter?' Patrice "A llUS- ;,. the wrv of stinerior ventila- orMri Second Wsfrt-W. w. Rnmllcy, w- nel Third Warit-A. BoulWSn . I). it. UalSan Jewish (Join men i o.-cr.-t rsoo'.c-.les. 1 mMpM, w. n. sieves, i M jff? &?Lj.f .( ukxJ a at QPSFW sx w. Stephen.. ) ( mCfm m $Ml fiiFmz W.Tompkln. ,, . ,., , Lg X Vfff ...ll.lt.Unn. tWSi . r'.-l fZf Ul ffL 45 Pf...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 2 February 1899

died Iflth. of cancer of the report I. d- HuNNEWELL Wm. Parsons. f near Bmd '! hursday, an toinaelt. H. s. Ha . la has boon qn'.l it'. the (ffJppOi but WO are :'..iJ to lillfl l,( ttOPi II nr., lliown, of near E i I llverod Rome nlcu btttsher cowi s. Mot i nth, Sat irday. I..- atc of Monroe 'It lieiu svllli frleuds Sunday. w. D. Arnold was attending . Thursday. Intlo returned fro: k wh TU son v Hie attending the bedside, ol a tick relative. Ed Stewart was in your olty trading with tbo merchanw. Saturday. cemetery 1ms b for sever al years. John Potter has housekeeping again. us" ii for iastt:r beon itartod to We have very H !vorAl from hero will attend MeKlroy'i ante to-day. Mr. Wm. Wilson if gradually growing weaker and her doatii is ax nceted at any timo. .fas. I charitable oomtnunlty. ! ralicd for hid u ncflt. About KM was HUNTINGTON. At tin; rata aome men are going, our ; gravel road BOUtll of town will not ia-t very ln?. They n vev liaul wood in frown Weather, but as booh as it ...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 February 1899

MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers Devoted to the Interests of Marian, Monroe and Ralls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. VOL. 11 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1899 NO. 45 Colonial Progressive Luncheon. About fifty ladies were enter- i tained by Mrs. Hugh Clark and Mm. Port Patton at the lovely I liome f Mis. Clark on Cleav laud St. last Saturday after noon. It was a Colonial Pro gressive Luncheon." The rooms were profusely decorated in our National col ors. Hunting drafted the man tles and archways while flags of generally every site were artistically ar ranged on the walls. Each lady on entering the parlors was pre sented with a bunch of tally cards tied with "Red White and Blue" ribbons and a tiny flag. The entertainment consisted ot progressive frames. After jro gresslng from table one to table six we felt the acme of progress iveuess was reached when we were seated at table seven in WAR - NEWS. Washington, Feb. 5 The fol lowing was rece...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 February 1899

THE BATTLEFIELD TO DAY. A rdty cannon huh by-roiei hid. Willi trailing i ami gray, tKirara sunbeams i summer day . o.i moonbeam's The ; droii tun. Look p ine fully upon 1 1 1 i Mum. ti ma a sll oi (frees ;ui the loaves each i'lvor filljjree atnid t iu the sliest Held of We Have Left the Old Year AND mil r. i -j - rs oe - enen frownini '.in".- of :1 bcfoic W'n !l'0 OMl'' I I row on row, Plashed out In sheets oU reu iii', n.i hanlo thunders voio TI,,, pimpernels in"f nyhlto-vlnunod daisies ffi W Illicit scented tendrils twine inelr blossom l net. V. i, oi.- the slopes with crimson !!') WOH! Wl t. HOiDfllmns tho peaceful travelers, Rs they piii-.-, runted iword or hi V shattered musKei weeds blurt, or liarotluas bombsl i be grass H'hk-li, rk-hcr and fat 4U m m m Cart q il lis New Oa e. Our Beef, Pork and Mutton Is killed here, not shipped In, and is Consequently, FRESH AND SWEET. If you want something Choice, Juicy, Sweet nnd Chenp. Cnll nnd yon will get It. SCAR HAWKINS will have char...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 February 1899

Who'd Atho't It Whltccotton, of Moiirm, and Will It Deign To? An open letter has been pub- Selecting Seed Corn My father practiced selecting Kneisley, of Carroll, have It In llshed asking an accounting of his seed com at husking time then- power to overthrow the the County Court to the people His first rule was to chcose the 4 lives, out Democrats to . , i l a Stephens Phelps organisation for one of Us transactions as unner r m a nt.iirt... . of t lie Boast uf Represent- officers of the county. Marked or more good plumn ears a tuey are too good copies of the paper were sent to few f the Inner husks were left ich of the Judges so they could on the ear to mark li r,.r ivin farther than to plmk a few tall not but know. The Paris pa-! when putting the com in the feathers out uf the gang's ego- pen attempted to raise to an crib. When all the seed was u,. una icacn Missouri s explanation In the defense of . collected, the ears were braided lourm ciass governor mat ne is. the Judges. The e...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 February 1899

riv L- . ' " linKXtOOUAT W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. F. HIXSON, Cir Editor. and to overthrow the party of trusts in our national govern innlll a 111 I .1 j.iisiii in nower the aught to say derogatory to any (hi le If public official so long as ne uoea ))t no duly of Monroe I ma niv io ill."" v wiim tv... .... The Dkmocuat battles for the rttflltsof the masses and lias m I g Terms, - $1 Per Year. s.itnrotl ut Iko pnftofllet M Monrnc Clty.MI"- tontli m iMond elut mur, CHURSDAY, FEB. , 1809. The Lexow committee will five the Cittaens of St. Louisa mine honest city government ami thus benefit St. Loutu ami ill the people. a ..... iri.iulivpr'u liill to Ol 11 mil j , . . Kn real estate abstractor '',,,l' ami to require them to give bond for correct abstracts ihouM become a law. Monroe City children of school age and some who are oldenwould enjoy a trip to Jef ferson City and would be great- Nr I,..,.lilt,-il bv lalilDL' SUCH a J - trip Why not arrange fit. when any DU0IIC places personal int...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 February 1899

W. O,. Foreman made a busl ness trip to Palmyra Tuesday. A good piano for sale. Ap j ply at A. Jaeger's Geo. Sturm of Shelbina, was a welcome visitor at the Dkmo- hat office Tuesday. OUR New Styles! Miss Hattie Bond spent the first of the week with friends at Huntington. Mrs. Hillery Hardy spent the ' first of the week in New Lou- don with the homefolk. Daniel Drenneman, ol Brook-; field was the guest of his par ents, Richard Brennemau and i wife, Sunday. Senator Geo. G. Vest is re- j ported as a very sick man. He; has Itrights disease and may pass away at any moment. FOR SALE. Three nice cottage houses in Monroe City, located on Second St. Will sell cheap. For 15 days. Enquire at this office. John L. Lake, of Ely, Is hold ing his head higher than any man in that burg. His wife has presented him with a bright boy. It's a little too cold to day, but as soon as it warms up a little drop in and see what your account is with me. B. O. Wood. For Sale. A good upright piano; a sweet tone a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 February 1899

:i rl ' 'E DEMOCRAT! I)r- Hornback, Oculist and . .. .. Aurist. Hannibal. Mo. ,0HXKKKKXXOOOOOCXXXXHXHXKHXKKXXKXKX(HM 0 W. . ROUSE. R. P. HIXSON, Editor A. 15. Warner was visiting i City, Editor friends in Shelbina Saturday MONROE CITY. MO. Go to R. Manning walkers for 18K wedding rings. . Over $300,000 Saved. Clias. P. Fowler made a busi VCSS trip to Palmyra Friday. J. Ai t Melson made a bus! nets trip to Hannibal Saturday, business at the BlufT city Mon Then. Hagau made a business trip to the Gem City, Monday. T. En Wine was attending to T. N. Williams, of Paris. paid lite Democrat office a pleasant Call Saturday afternoon, .1 M. B mlware was attend ing to business at tbe Capitol oi .Marion Saturday. day. -A 0X By Member of the HISTORY - CLUB When the History Club was organised it un- The next meeting of the Cen tury Club will be with Mrs. W M. Medcalf. dertodk to distribute the Historical Li brary at a pried and upon so small Littie-at-a.Tir.-.c Payments that all Inter ested in hi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 February 1899

" There will ha a Masquerade O, B. Anderson, of a ,. wan ball at Hunite well Lfrid.iy even- attending to bushm in iffe Ing, Sever! coupler from, this city Thursday rind Friday. city Directory, f.tr on r i Mayor Poliro f 'if- . i . . im , ii ii .tj; uen. in-' id tret u , nnollier war i. Miles just to prevent liim from Man. One say . i "you dascnt" wr'" i proving the truth ul hi charge and the other "you are anoth. !-,',ii(!!,T'", r city will attend. n won't be fair to England and Prance an- try- another 'i .iD $6 that A 'gem embalmed beef gag ged Uncle Ham's soldiers, Si. Loul Ii 'public. t" s i there you u re Sjtiin is preparing to upend the 620.OO0.U0J which this conn. It may seem queer, but freight tr' ' l" pay for good never that is diilivere.1 la tit a Uur dellvrd. lilie proposes to put 1 1 nut on Ii. ii. at the Prunh depot in St. Louis to day by I SL''S o'clock p. in., will beat expre j miiuci to mis my. rue nrst spent the latter part ol the reaches this place at 1M." a. m.Lyee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 9 February 1899

New White Goods, New Embroideries Letter From Cuba. Camp Coi.umiiia, Cuba. Fkb. 1, 1800, January lias passed With agreeable ... mmIUkI t,. tilth nowtmr WUiH-IIlM illl" WJt,M I IT- H ii' it'" i 'n c, , tlm men here. The nun, during the P day, tnakes the seek thfl shade I where, with a mild brette It In very ! pleasant, while the nights an ' cold enough to make ine shiver. The iBt Tex. ban lottt hut two men j since lauding here. OnCi a private, i died from the effects o.' an over done i of Cuban "booze." The death of Col. Mubrey, from par- Market Report. Cattle 4.005.25 Hog 18.00 8.60 .... 34ic Turkeys 7.1c Geese 4c nol( Chickens 0c Kmuh lUc Ducks 4c Shipment!, for the week end intf yesterday at noon were very light. Sharp & Gray 2 cars of AV4I .BiMttMO ANUimr "Pure Makes the food more delicious and wholesome oyi tAttm Fcmross Co., xt voiw. What Next? i : Hnr H AT williiii & iiuguuuiu. EAST MARION ITEMS. Lots of sickness til this vicinity t'rlnclpal alltiKitil la grippe. Therm...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 February 1899

1 r MONROE CITY DEMOCRAT. Dcv.iov.rat Printing Co., Iublishcrs Devoted to the Interests of Marfan, Monroe and Ralls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. VOL. 1 1 MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1899 Colored Collars, "the latent fad for young men," at Rogers'. Mrs. Daily is a captivating ap 3.1 tee r. J))i't miss hearing lwr A large a m aunt of tresh, new sy mutter was crowded out this week for the want of space. Rev, .J. EL Travis will begin a protracted meeting at Jackson's Chapel near Stoutsville, Mon day. Be sure and attend the John Cltary slock sale on the iiilrd inst. You will not have to go hungry on the grounds. Some big bargain! in Men's and Hoy's Clothing Overcoats and Pants, to clean up stock at J NO. .J. ROQBHS'. Miss Nannie May McGann, of Paris, and Mrs. Ray Moss, of city B aptist CM Fire. Milan Stan- to the legislature. dard. The Appeal was the victim of a bad typographical error last I week. WAR - NEWS. At 10:30 vSunday night the bells of the Baptist, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 February 1899

Washington. v sni bud and blow and perfect glow I On Time' i utornnl tnv, Ami one by one, by noon ami su, Drift oft IntO tl:: oe. And horoea ootne, for onrnojfn lemo Ami I OtnO for peaceful light White atlll the world, by (tod'a bond! tw tried, Bwlrai on through shade nnl light. V'-af niter year n"w nam appear On 'li'! fumbled ih;ji Anil Dm; u writ to ii aln th att in Mut brighter growa with ago. Freedom's Ing to recommend them, there is such a place as Pot t.'i Vahin''t.ii! Sweet KOIl! Come Joy our darkest ftrlfe, Baoh brave heart burna whene'er roterna The day Uiat gave thee life. Oeorge Boston GEORGE WASHINGTON. I We Hare Left the Old Year X AND Caigiil n till lie New One. Our Beef, Pork and Mutton Is killed lure, not shipped in. and is Consequently, FRESH AND SWEET. If you want something Choice, Juicy. Sweet and Cheap. (Jail and you will get it. OSCAR HAWKINS will "have charge of the block. MM tirvilli ttflfrk Lt a .l.n.ilifl -ill vantages of a Htimmer and win 4... M . . .. .. ....

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 February 1899

INLIAN CREEK ITEMS i has wore than a "tntv aack would Too lute lor lost wrelt. hoU. Hw CMl n,KO tel1 Jou bow be v h i . ni , -r . look hin first rtdo on the otvitti in a essrs ko,,"n 8l" ;1,11 Jo,,n spring wKon. e vl.itad his broth IVwell returned home ktst week erattd ana in Galveston, Texts. Mi-, from a prospecting tour in the j Bosh oaA tell you soRMthfag of Mm Indian Territory, ehiing felt Ingoing from tho warm I iniK ka . 1.1 a - ... P. - . n.m.ii ia imj i:,Mil a l i'.iy.i:r ns .Jill mnevan Imtmened I Over $300,000 Saved. Thomas to a i:il accident last Tours way. He broke his leg by step ping into a rut while carrying heavy rail. Mr. Clay Hays is n happy father With many smiles on ac- August Flower. "It is a Hiirprininy fart,"1 SAVa! IVof Houton, "tJiHt. in my tmvele In all jia.i-t.-i r (tie world) for the luat ton years, t have oiol mora (maple hav Used Hreult'a August dowef tlian any other remedy 1 foe dyspsfMio, deriuured liver and stomach, nnt (or . r .. . . mni.iu 'iiiimi,...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 February 1899

'pitc nvunnp AT tni - l. Wished. W. J. ROUSE, Editor. R. E. HIXSOM, City Editor Terms. - ftt Per Year. i.ired t tho poMottN t Monroe City Mrs- is certain to be es Ijet some one in our city who is interesfecT in the CaUM take up the mutter and we are Confident that in a short tHM Monroe City cat) have a library of which all citizens will be prood. the Mrs. G. R. Pord of St. Louis has beet the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. M. Boulwate, during the week. Miss Minnie Marshall of Philadelphia h;is been visiting ber sister Mrs .1. M. Boulwkf and brother Tip. Mrs. W T Etatfiaud left for I New 3 Dry - Goods! THURSDAY. FEB. 16. 1899 Di something for a ibrary in Monroe City. Through the Dkmocuat people have Hiked the Honora-, 0aU fWK yesterday, where she ble Conoty Court County to tell why The people want repr.-senta Bive Who will represent the peo ple not the representative. The Lexow Committee work vdl do all tilt twoolc sjood. It v doing its worir rSgttfdttSS nrhom it may hit. During the Col...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 February 1899

' Monroe City OUtftlt to greet Mrs. Baify witn a tfne audience. We invite you to trade witl J.vo. J. R0OBH8. F RE! m FIRE! J. G. Foqua is attending to business ill St. Louis. it GREATEST & GRANDEST FIRE SALE Ever offered the public of Northeast Missouri WILL BEGIN TODAY And continue Irom day to day. The stock is composed of 125 Ladies Capes and Jackets, Dress Goods, Dry Goods of every description, Clothing, Men's and Boy's Suits Men s and Boy s Overcoats, Boots, Shoes, Rubber Goods of every kind and size, The Goods are First-Class. They arc not Salvage or Smoke Preserved. They were Only Moved Out of the House, consequently are fresh. The Fire Adjusters treated me well, therefore I can Sell You Goods so Cheap that it will sur prise you to such an extent that your eyes will look larger than the dollars you are spending-. NOVV is your chance. North Room Under New Monroe Hotel J. B. ANDERSON. Mert Breuneman returned Hear Admiral Dewey is to be I Mrs. W. Sterrett, of Florida, home fr...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 February 1899

TME DEMOCRAT w. ROUSE, R. F. MIXSON, Editor City, Editor MONROE CITY, MO. Oculist Mo. and Dr. Hornback, Aurist. Ha ii n i l;t I . Theodore Sullivan was in the city on business Tuesday. (Jo to R, fur 1SK wedding ring. Sewing Machine oil and need lea at TALKERS, the jeweler. Master Howard Wine went to Hannibal Saturday to visit his little sweetheart. Mrs. Hillery J. Hardy left Saturday for New London Where she was detained several days by business. Able Hoarman was attending to some unfinished business in Hannibal Saturday- The little birds ha ve begun to whisper Manning Walker's & etc We say to tin- tax payers of Monroe County that we trust to hear from the court in the near I future about why they had to I pay 9530 more for the printing i of the election tickets than1 necessary. The tax payers have Sewing Machines $22,50 best j a right to know about this, audi in the world. they will not be satisfied until! R. Manning Walker, they do know. Monroe City New Home Sewing machines, N...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 February 1899

Cleveland, Bryan, Carnegie. No Use For Babies. Atlanta, Ga.. Fed. 10. Hoicej "The one, tbtaff that distrusts Smith s agricultunl paper will me about your new woman," this week publish the opinions said a red-cheeked German mu ff Grover Cleveland, William 'tron, Mm that she does not like J, Bryan and Andrew Curnetf'e table. Tint is til (4 false, un- City Directory. CITV OFFICIAL. JtSVOt Snmtiol (forth ; roUm Jndsa w. n. stovans. Marshal J w. luphon. i City Attorney J, 0, Pslrtol, : :ily Clerk (ico IV. T till liLr I nil on imperialism. Mr. Cleveland womanly note in her charac- cjr Treniurtf II. B. Mnn. vwwwjmw J. K PMIl. ' Assessor . a K RntMaa 'Why Ac you think slie says: "If there is anything that call ter. arrest the attention or challenge doesn't like babies?" p shed the the thought of our people In school-teacher, who boards in their mad rush toward yawninu t li suma hnnu nraai inn m l winner J. s. Jiirinnn. AliDnuKHi Klrst Ward J. g. Stott, J H Uraily; Second Ward W, w. Hundley,...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 16 February 1899

HUNTINGTON, Ton Cannon is able to oq out agitln. Dm Flnley was fewa on btnlnen ! Mt week The pro-pecU the be I Htntv like ours? It will increase value of furins 2.' per cent, and of jreat vahie in many ways, i We undentand that Prof. Al Hamp : ton. the fcble teacher ofTewell ichoo 1 , Il preparing to give an entertainment i at the elose of xehool. In fncnli Tewoll in hard to lient. If you with to enjoy a good laugh KMeod this entertainment. Will tfive date later. for a -peaeh t!rop thin ear aeem to !. a little cool. Mins Lydia Baiter, ol Monroe City, visited Mm. v. P. Boarnan last week. The dunolutf club aave a ball at their hall Friday liighl. Master Harry Wilson, of near Miss Helen Smith, of Monroe City, j Tullpi it vittiting his Hrandfathor, pent last week at this plaoo, the I unelc Jacob Wilson nnd other friends. IfUMt Of Mill Effle Youell. Monroe county will soon ho noted Caiuor Ranecht is hauling lumber homo agent We have quite a from Monroe to build a new liOUM. '""'' Of youn...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 February 1899

Monroe City Democrat. Democrat Printing Co., Publishers VOL. 11 Devoted to the Interests of Jllarien, Monroe and Halls Counties. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. MONROE CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1891) XO, 47 Jame Mayes, w is attending For Sale, to business hi St. Louis. Monday, j 25 squares Tin R oflug at We invite you to trade with bargain. Apply to OS. Jno. J. Rooishs. L. C. Saunders. Rend the public sale adver t isement of the property of C C. Lewis. It's a litt e too ' but as soon as it Doni fail to read the, Parody of Kipllngs poem in another col umn. Wanted, 50 ood choppers at my place south of the city. J. L. Uaydeu. Mrs. Libau La Ice is spending the week with her sou Edward, lit Klv US OTHERS at the expense of the people. Leader Record. cold to-day. as it warms up a little drop in and see what your account is with me. 13. O. Wood. Havana h; s been thoroughly cleaned by the American broom and the tilth dumped int.) the ocean. Now there will be a good chance to fight...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Monroe City Democrat. — 23 February 1899

LABOUCHERE'S PARODY OP KIPL1NGS POEM. London, f . 13- -Lsr.oucbcra s parody on Kipling's "fhe White Man's Burden," print il in Truth, ha silracted almost :i- imieh attention the i. -in ItMlf. 1 hsvo given yoo. an Men ol ii..- parody In :i prevloas 4i-; ;.;!!. II ro It tl i:i htlll Mb nn the brow i man's burden To gratify your :::. i clenr swaj the niggers Win' progress sould bnued ' HSo ms- lb vn, for truly T-s ttaetM 10 build Wttll n iTiiijIi. i v.U Halt d . ;; Mid ball ohlld. Fin on the urowa ..m eDuraetv; 'hI if rouse bii bnte ; Ills old-fashioned roMOtu V IUi Msxlms up t" dftt : lit ills and dumdum bullets A hundred limes tank plnin Tin brown niiMi'i loss nuistcv r imply the white man gain, brown man burden? c Have Left the Old Year X iu til m UJ 'III' I'll 'onip'-'H hunt ire id AND m m Caught up ii 1 Raw One. in I t nil yor luanlf (sto I w it b philanthropy . nd if with heath) :i Ho dare your :i dWputei Tli 'ii in the name i ( freedom 1 ton'l hesitate to shoot. Pile :i the brow...

Publication Title: Monroe City Democrat
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