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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 7 April 1887

If I. THURSDAY. Al'ltH, IN 0. AKDEUCK. XAttor llrlKhmti ViMMit' Mlilf. J.iltn Y. N.U-.n. tin- sriii.U- 1h HHItMiii Yniitjj in iIm- (M'-' itl or M.-1 h.I-.im. t..l-l M" i.m llii H ip n fiill'iM ! a i. rl. r f-r ittr N. V,.ik Hwht- "li uii- IjIi- in fall f 1 tlilnU. I ft.i- ;H ulli.ii- ihm Striii!:. Nrli. living with hm Mr mi mi t r I f l.nt.l. who I n.w llli ll of III. It. Mr- 111.- 11 Hen- nointf li"tl'iii i" ul:il' klul n-n-lv for it )- w h n Hh. Ii.hm Ymtnv 1:11m nh'HL' :hhI n-knl m M i. .hi frirml mitl iiii-lf to U- ni.ii in tin- Knl -. piohli-ilijf U- ifoml pnV. Mi U:il ft MIC ruinlUlihilH. Mot- tiioti fhlfr-. I think, but I cm U"' iv iniiili r Ilifir iijim-. Si-vi ii in all. tartil with l" tniii uui v.'ti;..ii. ntt i if thi-HI lo:(.!-.l Willi t'"MI. lt.if.Mi. anfl. aihI .." -nit .'iMinh f.M tuo r.itV ii.l. t il-Mi'l IhIim- Hi .' iiiiin ha.l nm i.lt-i whn ht- -nut... jut wln'iv In .v roiiijr it"i' whin In- woitlil p-l lia k. Il W:l H -"i t 'f ..W tii'l! Iiiu. II.-ami ill. i-l.lf...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 7 April 1887

t. I OIB NEW Bll.r.N COB IMT. ' M, Niriiinii tn llm thapft nf aUTerUttrtir, UtN'H III I- KM'. 2.1, All nhmmry notlr. nw Imi Hn, and all rva.iltlllorn dl n-M.'t, 5 i-nl. lln. 11. All triili-iit Irwnl. IS n-nl iMTtlnnflm ItuD'tiloii, una ijoiiU ir IIim ech HllMVtllWIlt llli'Ttlnli. 4lli. IrM nrtvprtt'lns at "tMiit rnti-sjl Iwr MMUitrt' of ,-lulil IIih's iKMipnrli-l ithl l)iei. Mil. At.l. jolt wnrkrjAHII ON DKUVKflV. 'illh Ktii win ih htriiti.y aiiiw-mi to, Vrnrly mhrrtKlmt : urw Idi H, !(: riiisrtM column, sro: liult colnmn. Sn6; on.oulunui.aiisO. .'4liiiiiri 211 liiclw. III It-ngiri. Hn-kllt Armlfftt Salt. The beat salvo In the world for out. ' hrulses, torci, ulotra, aslt rheum, fcver ore, tetter, chapped banda, enllblalna, corn, and akin ernpttons; and positively euros pile", or no pay required. It la guaranteed to give porleot satisfaction, or monor refunded, l'rloe 18 cents per box. Bold by J. D. Taylor. 11-y Itch, Prnirteronnge, and scratches of every kind cured in 80 minutes by...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 7 April 1887

4 M it RICHMOND DEMOCRAT. ySJ O. AMDIftSOn, tsMt n rc ar'etoe, UCHMONl) MISSOURI. MY FANCY'S QUEEN. t H1 set mt If nhm he drtt or fair, r If Ht eye tor harft. Mark or Nwi I will mo dwell vpn bar wealth of hair, r a It eiikm (tnwimi or line. I know if u etlwtr dm eae a. T sweetest woman earth kti errr err. The ifw-arnaitne nf e poet e aream Hut this 1 ko; she to My Fancy's QoeeA. lie the fnwwr Mnt, prrvrritlou dr. When Srst I w bnr. ronM I rrmy trait. 1 songst to ( tn her h wrmld mH slay. Hut, II ht atertlM wool Wrd. took to fllfrhk TW fairies kaew ar b awirtly ttirt thrtr forl pathway arrhrrt wllh greet; An1 fmm lh Bower rtree nut m-pt. To ev mi torr-sprUs for my Fancy's I followed hard At fce1 slie knrw It nrt, t-"or nvr onoe she ttirtwd her lovely ree 1"ot riaort. but onward rM toward the rrtt. Hbrnvm were bouefd her innocrnoe and gear-. 1 reate-d not tintll 1 heard hrr name. And wooed atr ye, end marie her mine, 1 ween ! And now i be I a grare end stately dame, Uotnutte the lie i...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 14 April 1887

RICHMOND DEMOCRAT. JIM C. ANDERSON, Editor and Proprietor. 'A Newspaper of the Present Time; Intended for the People now on Earth." SUBSCRIPTION SI.50 PER YEAR, In Advance. VOL. XV. MCIIMOND, RAY COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1887, NUMBER 16 aoaerm.T. a -wjbo-pt eimin Da a a xics, i imam I Q j mm. f RICHMOND, Ma J ED BALL, Attorney at Law, niCIIMOND, MO. Also Prnnratitlna; Attorney of Ray county, uiiice in oouri uouse. uuti dom promptly atlcnileil to. J W. bllOTWELL, Attorney at Law, RICHMOND, MO. Will attend promptly to (II business cniruimi to nil raie. urnee in punning UUUl Ol 111 Ui'BlOOniC OU1O0. J B, HAMILTON. Attorney at Law, H1CUMOND, MO, Will pi hum lii .11 th Court nf the count, ai.u circuit. Hnecial attention jriveu M, collections. Ulllce In th. court House. JAVELOCK A LAVKLOCK, Attorneys it Lav id Notaries Putin Will practice In all the rnnrt. nf R.v. Krclal attention p'yea to collections. OIHoe iin.taiie, two doors cut of the ungues nana. E. F. & R. E. E8TEB...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 14 April 1887

P hi 1I P' st t m hr 1m In M Jil tt.. ov. ha' tel i Ml pv u rti bx nt D TIHIl-HA V. Al'lUi. 14. 17 na a. akdskos. tutor 10 OUR tXCHANGtS. Aln'ivly l.'trr sir ennui.; in Willi In .!"' It. tti to HI in m-wt.iMi" ri. in..' h..m II Sunn. lv.vni.l 1 1 ;i . I '"" lm!l mil 1" t'I.i Hi nr "I ' linUI Im.'1 rlr.l lr A lr tvk. mil runltT I iM'f t ii-ilmni! 1 1 nrr oih-n ! rm-irf m m'V Itn (Mttv finny n.iil .fH) rim I"-I'iiiI- "I' I' Yr unlit plrntv nt r-.m M i tl W.l-rill l!l.Mi.ll''t 1I"I miM.tk. Iimc in.'ii.'. ii in. m 1 1 pii hi it bni'tiv unit a Inrrr niiiiwil f riftTT "t.irit iqi All li-ll.'ra .-.ml.inti.i; i.p.(rt.Mli.tii? will I inilil.ll) mii-l.'l In i i.iiti'lr .vrti.K.i.- H w It.-n" n ImmI rt-.i k I.. I l.ri. l.l EDITORIAL NOTES. The Kwl) 111 Jul j?t l',''i "I'r-feuU-il " BKitin. The U'SiiHs me "t tn- pnrtfl. Tins 1 t the liiiiulitdlli tune tli.it thi! Kt-fly luutor lm liwn "ptrfei'liil." The Timen relKles imw a Rml "hi deacon iiMMwwa nuiie mar lnslng :t.J bj the brick swindle. Hut I...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 14 April 1887

MiM Democrat TIIUUSDAY, AI'ltH, 14, 1887. While listening to the eloquent speaker Thursday night after the re ceipt hnd been checked up, manager Moshy must have felt that it was not a quart deal which forced lit in to fur nish bta opera house, Ac., for nothing. The receipt liarely paid actual ex penses. Fourteen ticket laid aside by order were not called for and not paid (or. One hundred and sixty-three reservd scats were eold and alKiut t wenty at the door. Let thti answer those who now and then ask why the better class of lecturers cannot be brought to Richmond. We do not blame Malinger Moshy for sticking to that kind of entertainment which pay reasonable rent for hi opera house. There i aliout SCO people iu town who will patronize inch lecture! a those delivered ly Mr. Wendllng, but that number Is too small. Th Sprln Moults are undoubtedly the best In which to purify the blo.id Bud strengthen the system, because at this time the body Is most susceptible to the beneficial eft ecU ...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 14 April 1887

'mi bud itnjiaiimJity in the i of bin dutit-a an Jude uf the RiciMfl FROM BEYOND THE SEA. taclsl Evtnlt in Slam- Putin tni Fnlinli Sctnttol Oriental Magsincsac Tht CMniM Nw Ytar Th Rsyal Rs galt A Cardan Parly-A Wor About Mlitianariat Cl. Child' Cosmopolitan Tailat-Tnt Heat. JIanukok, Jan. So, 1W7. My Ucarl 'itloni'l: 1 lie box containing dresses was re ceived yesterday lu good condition and elicited only the warmest com mendations from the throng of lady Inspectors as they crowded around and gave venl to their approval hy innu merable little oil's! oil's! They are universally admired and are Mid to tie the handsomest dresses ever seen in Bangkok. The skirta of the dresses tit very well, and the bodies being a little too large can easily be remedied. Congratulate Miss Mary Itollirock foi me aud tell her that they would win praise iu comparison w ith the bestol Worth's creations. I nfortuualely the) arrived the day after the grand ball given iu the custom house of II. S. Majesty's. T...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 14 April 1887

JAMESTOWN, N. Y., April 9, 1 887. To the Ladies of Ray and adjoining Counties : What We Guarantee for the Dress Goods of Our Manufacture : 1. To be made from the very best material, by skillful workmen, with thn latent end most approved machinery, and to be tho cheapest goods In the niarket when service is oousidered. 2. Are ao thoroughly finlthod that they can bo worn in damp . weather or a shower, Without fear of being ruined by curling or hciuktng. 3. The manufacturing, dyeing and finishing are done in auoh a maumr that the gooda can be washed if desired, without the least ' Injury to the fabric . 4. Our good are wool dyed, and eolors as fast as the purest dyes and greatest care and skill ean make them. 5. Goods show just what they are and will until worn out, as there is no weighting, stiffening or artificial lustre used to increase the weight or finish, as is the case with a large elass of goods in the market, but which disappear after a few days' service. As manufacturers we h...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 14 April 1887

Tr RICHMOND DEMOCRAT, am a. amdiv jok. um n praam. urnMovn. .... Nissomt. DEAR LITTLC GIRL AT HOME. I'ee sailed my WfHH mm? , I mrwl tnt anchor Hi many a hay, Hut int. an matter, wrirre'er I hv la what Strang lands my feet msy stray, e a hat far w nif chip may room, l bean M true, y.-rm. to you, Th 6r little girl t bom. 1 hare tvefi In Si soy famons ptsca, Heeo wonderful miee and lands, Hirt bit own village la heat of 11; And soar Hut, cot mi lb aan lit my heart's rt wherever 1 ruemj For 1 an two, Ki"B. yen. The deer Hill rrt at bnma, , O'vl Mom the rrrafi of SVrf land ' Thrv arf twaallfnA, awnet and gnd: pnih tat and ' 1 hare fonnd them so. And I a true mao should, put suit iiererer my shtp may rueia, Ml bart u tnio, Kloon, to you. Tb dear little girl at hone. A tlor itint seek hit fortune tar; Hr- muM ee. tt on every strand; Hut It Hod win. 1 fthftll wt my talk And tara to m native lands I'ur J vc made some gold, and need not roaa Tno far awivj. Or Um long stay From the dear littl...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 21 April 1887

7 WWW . VI RICHMOND DEMOCRAT. THOS. D. BOCIE, Editor and Proprietor. "A Newspaper of the Present Time; Intended for the People now on Earth." SUBSCRIPTION $I.SO PER YEAR, In Advanoe. VOL. XV. ' RICHMOND, RAY COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1887. ' NUMBER 17 "t J f D W il a I I 4 Da a a kick; IfF RICHMOND, MO. J ED BALL, Attorney at Law, EICIIMOND, HO. Alio rronrtutlnif A Harney of Ray eounlr. OMre in court hous. Busl nets promptly sttentletl to. J W. BUOTW'ELL, Attorney at Law, RICHMOND, MO. Will attend promptly to all httnlneu mlru.teii lo hi. one. Office, in building south of the Democrat ollioe. J E, HAMILTON. Attorney at Law, lilCUMOND, MO, Wilt panics In ill theConrM of the tout.u si.u circuit. Hpecinl suction riven u collteUuns. OUlce In lb court houte. JAVELOCK rV LAVKLOCK, Atturicji at Law ml NcUrlu rstllc Will practice In ill the court, of Ray. Htxtial attention c'Tfi to rollrctlnt'S (mice un.tiiti, two door! eaatol Uie uu,dgi uanic. E. F- & R. E. ESTEB, . Attorne...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 21 April 1887

RicH Democrat. ' TlM'ltSIIA V. Al'lill. 21, IKNi, A WOS.O. With tint Inane I again aaaume run ttolof Ilif In X'x hat. after nltiiff of t tniething overthr.e yearn, lam omrwhnt linkm In health, Just now, but hop t mm regain si usual vigor 1 m too well known to the reader ol the paper to make It neceaaary to lay down any Una nf action 1 prnpune t pumae, a 1 ahall commence about where I left off, ami Willi a few enrep Uons puraue lnj old policy. I shall lie more conservative than formerly and on a few questions pel hap not touch at all. If I made enemies while run ning the DutiH HAT. I a-k their fur (iveneuand hope we ran all rub out How, and commence over again. 1 ak the name liberal support from the pub lie gi ven to me in other yean and liopr to niehta continuance of the same With Charity for all arid malice toward time, I am your moat obedient aer rant, Tints. 1. IIikiik. EDITORIAL NOTES. Independence has uiganlred a board of trade. Iltchmouil could follow an it lo a good advantage...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 21 April 1887

I 1887! Tii iiil ma 887 W ' 1 Tailor lade Clothing. Thfl lict maili-, the be-t littinjr, tlin most !) Iili, tlin ro.wt relialil.) tliat i or can be ma.Io. It ia an acknowled fa t that our Ul.rtliinK ia far ii)eri(.r to any other K-adyiiiiIe Clothing olTnred III this city. We guarantee every narmr-nt we lell to lie junt as represented. We invite your inspection of the largest ami choicest assortment of MEN'S, YOUTHS', BOYS' and CHILDREN'S Suits and Overcoats. We retail for cash at Wholesale Prices. The Style are faultless, the Materials are elegant, the 1'it is perfection, and the prices are the very lowest. Save Money, Save 1 Profit Trade Direct with Manufacturers SPECIAL PARLOR FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN For TTlttlrxs: S ui.it s. We have a hundred aifferent styles, all new this season, made and trimmed in the best manner, at the LOWEST TRICES EVER NAMED ON CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. I. laVec-tluns fop HniiiRKHtitf. When ym goto litsn drl Norte you will of corns, tirt to inilult tliat tast f...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 21 April 1887

""i-irrimminiiiii I. Tllt'KMIAY. Al-llll. 2I.IKH7, COURTSHIP IN MEXICO. Tull.- lira-- imt. I, i., Ml itc o, Marcli 2", Ai f-ali trilx-ot 1 nd i m us In thu coun try rrlaiti tlioir anclrnt and Individual customs of Miurtahlp, hill conforming with tl civil nl ecclesiastic laws In mnrrlic, I Bud but little ol Interest on investigation that would Interest your leaders; o In this letter I will rmline mjsdf to the Anglo-Spanish cno'.oiita which govern polite society. Jlieie are no li"Mt yards here, as c:uh home in built iipsgtlnat tlieside lk. Willi windows and doois opening on the aunie. 1 he windows fionllng on the utrei t, lib but lew ixcs-pilons, an- adorned ith grate-liars, similar to thejiili in the I niud Main; lor what riiic m, j on will soon know. J'arents seldom, If ever, give theii foment allowing their daughter to have beaux, holding to the principle t!l!ll " TlMHUMi'l ..MII... I llilll llll 111. ll'. l..l ' t iUl v ilium mi.i I lit- iri.-i- IikIiI Vdiing p(ople b''ie know lit...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 21 April 1887

. JAMESTOWN, N. Y., April 0, 1887. To ike Ladies of Ray and adjoining Coun ties : What We Guarantee for the Dress Ooods of Our Manufacture: 1. To be made from the very best mateiial, by ekillful workmen, with the latest and mot approved machinery, an J to bt the cheapest goods in tbe mnrket when service is considered. 2. Are so thoroughly finished that they can be worn in damp weather or a shower, Without fear of being ruined by curling or shrinking. 3. Tlie manufacturing, dyeing and finishing are done in such a maniier that the goods can be washed if desired, without the least injury to the fabric. - 4. Our (roods are wool dyed, and obi ore us fast as the purest dyes and greatest cars and skill can make them. 5. Good show just what they are and will until worn out, as there is no weighting, stiffening or artificial lostre used to increase the weight or finish, as is the case, with a large class of goods in the market, but which disappears after a few days' service As manufacturers ...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 21 April 1887

tr) rit wt nu on yo rr CII fa Wt OB on an th. td C lit tb no rit o Ul) OD lot git Ull 1 wl P' fa ue jo re be tb th tb In wl nt rii ca pL ill S ui 10 m it l yt 01 HC at to C Ti Hi tl tl D $ ' a n c f RICHMOND DEMOCRAT. TKOS. B. BOGIE, Elltw nil Proprlitor. MY FLOWER. Aft la th Miiy wmfnff amir t w aland tbmiifti blnmniair a-artlm bnvnl, - yhm purpt pinlm and panaic firw, AM imm apnrkled IB iht drw. Ty . eo Vvrf It fn Mr iffft, I iIh Ii1 the r4 nnr and Hie white, And with full hand wandtrd down Vfctl) I racbfd the feiiay loaa. TWe i-nwwd , lilts a a warm of W. fnm i-anrd children, en-in; "PlraatM t. ptaM fire W a flower:" And M had u let my trftaaare go. 1 wart thi-ta, rTT m. wt; Hut aotw-how all th ion, warm day, "Thnao nrtwrn Tr-attMl Jt as awrei and bright A if Ihry tun mnrv tn mr lpht, Jfrj, AT. Hmdti im Jr. MdtoJnt. AN AWFUL FIGHT. A Cotpbat Between a Tlg-or and a Lion. After mi encampment of two W(mVi at Bangalore, we moved to the north West for thirty mile, unci mailt a new ram...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 28 April 1887

RICHMOND DEMOCRAT. n 1' t TH08. D. BOCiE, Editor VOL. XV. xunrasva oa ttl Da a a rich; J iniliwltfra DEWTtST. f RICHMOND, mo. J KD BALL, Attorney at Law, ; 1 - EICIIMOND, MO. Alio rrneroutlnir A'tornry of Ray cniiiiy. wince in court House, Bust ness promptly attended to.- J. W. BUOTWELL, Attorney at Law, '"- " nicnoND, it. will attend promptly to til business entrusted lo his ana. lifflo la building .uuiu wi ma uviuuurnt oiuce. J E, HAMILTON. Attorney at Law, ItlUIMOND, HO, Will pi ac lice In til the Courts of the ioni., m.u circuit. Hncclal attention riTeu u, collections. Clllee In Hie court nouM. jAVELOCK A LAVKLOCK, ittornEj! Law ml Kctirics Faille. Will practice in all the courts of Rsy. Special attention c'.ve.i to rallrcilmia. J'fflcj tipttalia, two door cut of the uugnca uaiiK. E. F t R. E. ESTEB, Attorneys at Law and Notary Public, kICUMOND, MO, Win prw e la all -n- la this distant. .Epiiiuu.in titueauht o Willi vromn'.a,as Ulbot oyer fcr t,o. Bivlnas Haak, FARRIS4, MORTON, ...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 28 April 1887

a trj cut wi nm on yo' cot rut flat WS cm on an th. lei c lit tin no rui BW mi on to. P wl Pt 11 f. fa lit y re he to th tb bu J wl ut rii ca pi til in lo m la 7 ol M ttt tc o w C T D u u n o D A BHtoii- Democrat. Till HMtAY. APIIIl. is, IMC. IDITORUl 0 T t . A Circftll Ti'rtllil'g ol the l.nltft'l Induces a iff that Mi xicii is ct, joy lug A sligut biom. Major .Inn. i;. I'.lamr. .ty master in the I'tiitcil Males Briny and brother ol J tin. 1 1. lilaiiie, tliisat lint tyring. Ark. lait.week. Xhi' governor has nppniMf'l .lt,o. V llopp as lieroiiler ol ntcrs at kuiisa-i fit v. 'He K.liiTjr la IF'.""" H ar. A plint lake. . Mil" CiHl-.t.l!ll':l t'l M'. li lUi-l.il'l III ('il. .tno. T t il-ii of 1i.i1"i.mii1imii'i- ran off and nun 1 1-1 a in in tunned l ink n lew dsys since. (",ev and K.iy Ti.oinnsioi h.te Vum ,1 tin- kniriloli M ntini l. Until lire I-r.to-11. al pi mli m and Kill liu thuiht make HPWKJT W'IT. A r-t. Loim w 0111.111 his invented a wanli-lioard lor evlnrli h:is been ol fet...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 28 April 1887

Mill DemoBrat. THUltHDAY. Al'llll. 28, mi. SUPPLEMENT. MARRIGE IN MEXICO. TotlHi lP.Hi T. Lauus, Mbxh-o. April 18, 187. Knrtlilli-r tmpiiy l I1''' rn-m illsliiril, Than Unit, wlili. wiiIiitihk mi Hi" virjln ilium. (Irowi, live, ami illeti In iliiKli' lili-wiim-. KHAK. of slaves, never leaving home without I Tim bpt on mrlli enn truly lie raid of I will begin this letter liy taking up the subject as left olT In my lust. In order to gtv your renders a better idea or social life in this country. After all preliminary arrangements have been concluded between the con traction pill ties; the prospective hus band. If rich, semis his intended a carte blanche, IV free use of which she isexpectedto make lu the purchase of her trosseau, etc, etc. J)ul should the would-be husband's capital be limited he will consult with his In tended for it more economical display of dresH, and nricr the sum is agreed upon he will deposit said sum, subject to her (halt, in Home dry goods store. This arrangemen...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 28 April 1887

MJstV JRRE5 lh Irrv.h. f ? at) .1 f snt. w. iaf r V t h lilU pfl . 'lai who ed t int r. npU of t iSMlt impi has I. buili h aid t"nto IMnre AMalaM camp or ilay . A HrrvlPh. fmjlng. " haP fatNl at 111 tr pt lonjr year on aint waUT. tin Xt lWh-t Hurt, wi ! awtus tr away." Tb vrlinf mnUe ttuwrr: "Fatting tbou 1 mnv M frr Uatf way to God, III lirholl rwfc. by j prayer." The TVrvih wmt hit way, and in -li Tn Aram turn liai-k. "i prayvd boih day ana I tiitfrit, ' At MoT and Medina, mm! t lTht Of every mmwjuenf mn. tity: Hn teurf , IUvl uia pilwrtniBgei loMch a,H ; Ot buly laiiio, but Oiil found Hint not. The Prince then kindly answered hint "By prwyr Tbe HmhM of (rreat AHh rto w win. Hut 'lia ilmn1vhitr that duih k-ait tit lu Trmtand lieruir HU alortoiiP iireM-nca thr. liu riinh: give aim.; tbuu flndat Allah I wln-n i Thou fliulett thy poor luftcrlnf Mlow-maw. The TVrrlh heaM the word, ant. turned lo fro. I Ilerpcxid ami frlevi-d he tutltrd along ThlP one ooarae loaf that charity beatowM l...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 28 April 1887

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Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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