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Monmouth Annex (Newspaper) - September 13, 1890, Monmouth, Illinois SEPT. 13, 1890. 1. JOINT STOCK per year in if not paid within two Single 10 Copies can be obtained at the Monmouth book continues until otherwise communications should be addressed Lock box 607. Monmouth,-Illinois. PAPER may be found on file at P. Rowell News i paper Spruce where advertising contracts may Lie made for it in New at the Post 111., as J. S. W. Lillian D. - J. A. 91, Sara W. ALUMNI M. W. Manager A. J. B. form habits oT Begin while a preparer for life's and future services will be of the most use and most a curious thing the perpendicular pronoun What decided opinions one forms of another during the first Some use I so frequently that disgust Others refer to it so meekly that admiration is The use of I is an of finally even of lasting and substantial issue is sent to all the members of The Annex Company who are out of school this and will be continued unless you do not - wish to take the In that case just drop a card to the manager saying you do not want it. But we hope our friends will help iis this skip or not to skip has been the question in the minds of the students duVing the laist few Whether it was the duty of students to strictly to the thing in or to look away from the arduous college duties and for a little season enjoy the county The pleasure of the day stood over against the zero for an Ought not the attended the pass current with the powers that be and cancel the thirty-fourth college year opened with an unusually large attendance of new professors were on the Prof. S. formerly of Amity College and Miss E. H. takes up Miss Calvin's work while the latter is After chapel exercises were over those present indulged in lively while tlie Doctor tore certificates to take to the The old students enjoyed the but some of the ones were pretty much worked up about so All the professors were experiment of execution by means electricity has been seems to be a difference of opinion as to whether it successful or The success of the execution on whether the executed suffered greatly from it of Could we call the victim of this experiment from the regions beyond arid inquire of we might be able to determine the result of the Otherwise we are to a great extent in tiie Admitting that this attempt at electrocution was not shall we on this account condemn the method of disposing of capital Perhaps But there certainly needs to be some improvement made on the Another such a scene as this experiment will tend to give the world at large the impression that we are not the civilized nation that we are said to often see men wielding a great power over their fellowmen who have not great mental who indeed are rather weak in this and we wonder wherein their power Moody
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