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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 20 January 1881

r v I .iitcbmonfr Dtmocntt. Wabof,h,StL& Pacific Hy r y. TIME TABLE NO. 48. Tiovt In fcllrct.; IKIt'NI) KAST. Hn. M, rni"r B:ln m. N'. M, 'nH"i.ipr ...rrivr. 7:ls n. hi. R. V. Frrlvbt. .... IrnTcn J JJ. in. Nj.O), 'n'ini Imvcii I:W '. m. ' HOUND W KMT. No. M, I'uMrniri-r .lent,- fl;4.1 ft. m. No. M. PiuitMMlKrr nrrlvcn H N'i . III. Ho. Mi Kmnl...... Inivrit II -Vis. li. No. Ml, t retelil- k'mcn liiSU li. in. ALL THAI DAILT. t fMurnhif? train, M, maK" coiiiipflllon f.r HI. I.iiIh ami Kiii-.fii hvtnniK tl.lo.M, for 81. I.oiilniiiily. ULKTU5, Apcnl. AH lornl nilvcrtlsoiwuts or local m tiers on this pnjfu lire clmrpcil I'ornt the raw of ll cent per lino for tlio llrst lu sorlluii mill 5 ccuM fur cncli iilir(iicnt Insertion. . No special rules jrlveii to ny pcrKon not Imvlug a stuniliutc ad vertisement. axjyoiiltimry notl.-e and Tributes ol Ittwpeet aro clnirgcd (or nt the rutu of KcvnU per lino. Ftniy notices nr Jl fiO for ono niiluml and (1 (X) lor cacli additional iiiiIiiihI. THi3...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 20 January 1881

jjjicljmoito tmorrat. THUEiDAT ITOtlHQ, IAHOABT 20, 1881 iixin mi in . toImM', Run.1 Worl.l. . In roasting mr-st, 1 not will tirto imtting in U' oven. s salt sxtrssls tlie juice. Jltmi wrapped l tliick brown piper unJ parked In a barrel or wood Hbn, will kfP ,l,m mer. For cold Take otiions, slice thin, uprinkl thl-U with loni mi gar, put in ovcii, let inmcr till rniRir mid jniop combine. Take a teanpoonfiil four or fite times a day. Borax A butf pound will dii'C Hit) cockroaches out of the lions. A large haudfui of it pnt iu ten galloni of water saves ten per cent, ol soap. It la an excellent dentrifice, and tho best tbioR for clrauing (he acalp. 1'or cough Tatu suet, boiled iu milk. For Inirm take a Urt npplt and simmer in lard till it forms naive. It lieals quick and always without a scar. For rheumatism A large pieis ; of ilauni'l well iringle4 w iiftltpetro. For neuralgia Take good hnudlul of the common field or Canada thistle, pour two quarlx of boiling water on, and boil down ...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 27 January 1881

PicljmcmlT Scmofntt. . . ' : EMOCRAT. fPVLntmo Thursday tYixmoi -VBY-. TI-IOI3. 33. BOOH33, BOnOR AND PKOrniKTOR. J023 W oak ear patron' partloalal aeaxrUaii Wi mi n.rpieed &cUUtae for IN knack of the Inm and gnaraaM t!.itfje ha regard Is Vh w price.. Sparial aUenUna and .try grieve (I rer aa . 'f!3tf , . COMMERCIAL PRIHTlHSpl" " S.h aa Maa, laiwr II, Car ill, Cu. On Copy, an yaar , , a On Copy, da ewatft. jj, Oltc (ptWn la If . i. CALL, VOLUME IX. RICHMOND. RAY COUNTY, MISSOURI, JANUARY 27. 1381: NUMBER 5. RICHMOND a 6H0TWELL & BALL -A-ttomoyr at La-w, ftlCIIMUNP, HO. Will attend with Sillganc and .uiptn a all bnalneea antruitod to their care. Orac In Ston Building In court hmtee yard, FARMS & CONROW, Attcrneya at La-w, RICHMOND, MO. OfnVe nrar B. Ifoc'i Ornery Store, eppoalt th enorl hut. T. N. LAVE LOCK. --A.ttom3r at Xja-w,- RICTtMOND, MO. Will practice In all the conrta of Rat. Prompt attention glean to collection. Oroctf eeeond ooraatof llufW Bank, Upatah. E. F. ES...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 27 January 1881

ll.cljmonb cmocrat. rfiURSDAT ETENIWI. JAITJART 27, 1881 Utilities ia ssid lo le very live ly tip at Kxrelsior Spring and buildinci lire goiog op ia a liurrj. Th waten are performing aome v ontlerful enrea. The Hi'iiortioiinient bill repoil eJ, to Congreii yesterday (daces tha ntnubct of member in the ew Home at 311, of wliich Mis souri get 14, an increase of one. l)r. IJndoliili Si'lmrtftch and bie ou llermon, were ran over and Killed by car of Ibe Chicago & Alton 11. R. on Sunday lflt nt Mexico, Mo. m a aa ' State Treasnrsr L'liftiipell lias issued a circular to batiks and bunkers of this stats aoliciling bid for the gale keeping of tbe public funds. The lacl is about nettled that Sam Major, of Howard is the lender of tbe Democracy in tbe Home. Sain is a worthy gentle man and his Democracy ii a true as the needle to the pole. The Hannibal and St. Joscb ltuilroid company bus proposed, hi a letter to Gov. Crittenden, to pay into the treasury of the Hate His entire amount ol Its ...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 27 January 1881

Wabash, St L & Pacific Ry TIKE TABLE HO. 48. Now In. Effect.; ' bousd EAST. 3, Ptmr-n-ror loaTMBitfta m. S'i. Ill, litin.-mrr arrlro 7:11 II. ni. Xo, n. t-V.'ijttt - Imvm m. Kg.W, Frrirfht Ihvm 1:30 p. m. BOUND WEST. No. S.1, rmwwr ,.. loaves S ill .. in. No. Srt, I'UH.enirer arrive S Vi p. m. No. 1.7, r'lt-lptit..... .IfHret 11 Ala. II. Nu. Ml, Freight In S3u p. m. ALL TSA1HS DA1I.T. -Miirnliio. Iriiln, til, mokes connrelMn for 141. l.-nli. Rn.l Ru. Ut?. Kvaliln Irula, 61, for SI, I.ul only. W. X. ftlHClLKTO. AfTPtlt. All lnral advertisements or loeal no tices on tills pnjfo are cliniyi'd for nt tin? ratn of 10 cents per lino for tho first In sertion mul ft cents for cadi subsequent Insertion. No special rated elvon to any person not having a standing ad vertisement. JSyObttunry notices and Tributes ol HesM.ctnro charged for at tlic ratu of D;ceiit per line. Stray notices arejl 00 for ono animal and $1 O'J for each additional nnlmnl. Ttlt r!rtCsl mn-rt'ofnntirtfmfto n'Oe.r. iri...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 27 January 1881

(.cljmonfc Scmonrat. ..gaaj: fBCESDIY ETCHIM. IAKDAET 27. 18B1 STWK SOU. Young calves, and lambs as well, are often troubled with ilimrliir anil tliaoliArgG from tlic none ami tyt Irorn Uic effect of )rsilos in tlio inteslmes and lungs. Tlif.e imrssites nrc sloti tier, trliite, (bread worm, known m Strongylut Jilaria, and are pro. need from egfiS taUru into the stomach with the food. Tbc norm encase from tlie gullet in to tlio air rmssnccs and cause ii iit.ition of tlie membranes, nud i:i tlie bowel cause obstinate diariln: a. Tlic treatment is to give tnrpentiue, a lablespootifiil hi milW,every morning foraweeU or ten days, and afterward tlie sumo mianliiy of cnslor oil for two days. If there is i.o . convenience for watering in tlio stable (wl ich I would prefer), 1 would only let animals out just long enough to iliinU. If at any time I thonght tncy needed exercise, 1 would let them out, and put a boy after them and run them so ns to get the needed exercise as soon as niK-oil'l an...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 3 February 1881

Ifutotrat. RICHMOND rvXLHItXD tjitosday s.vsnikos,4 tY-- TXXOa. ID. BOGIZ tDrroR akd ruopBntTon, On. Cope, m year " Copy, mnntftt 75. VOLUME IX. RICHMOND, HAY COUNTY, MISSOUM. FEMJARY 3. 1881: NUMBER G. -Ta-v: " " - OeV epefclr. la Ho, l, CALL, Sesfia.aU Ckerde, IV. - TEMOCT? AT vto&tem&?-. AJ -Lj JLVJL M V -A-M- jl VialHr pm mi' ftrim iMka It mt eMerpeased ImMa for thai mrt af Ska bows Imh Mat MraMiM MthMKthn Ml fwff4 to Js4 v ertea. Saaenaa attoaSoa Mt etsygftaaa jym v i EHpTWELL & BALL Vt1?om 070 . at Lav;, ; RICHMOND, MO. Wn attend erttk dtllfrenre and promprn.es to Tl bneinae. entrusted to thlr cart. Ufll.: In I Building ia court beuso yard. 4 F ARRIS ft CONROW, . uSk-ttornoya at Law, BICHMOKD, VIO. -- Mlco over It, Bpttu't Orocvry Store, oppnultc the T.'n.lavelock. ".ttorxiey at Law,- ( ( RICHMOND, MO. Win nrasSleeta all Um eeesrta of ReT. Prom4 ataaJoft greea to- collodions. Office tveond hmlilljll1(1'P.,Vllln, E. F. ESTED, - ' .ttcrris at. Law, . lUCIIMOXD, 0. ; ...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 3 February 1881

fnUKDlT EYEUM rEUOAlT 3. 1881 s.v California is being flooded by brisvj raius, wllcU litre fallen ilmlng tlie Mt wrek. Senator Huston bun tntrodui- cd a liill before the lr;isltiire lo prevent mercliauta from gelling tintior in lent ntisnlities than gallons, one gallon being now tlie sition and we have no particular frilleat nnant It tliev can law- rnena tnai we snow 01 mi Tlit Gallatin tkmocrat in upeaking of the comment that hate lcen made o Get. Uritten- den'a sunointmenU attribute the canae to the fact that "some body cot left and their friends are tore" and then quotes a few linea Ironi tliia paper, which abo that the article wa pointed In tlili direction. We will my to the Democrat that we did not salt of Gov. Crittenden lo appoint any particular person to any po WAXHIMirOJ tETIER. !f, 1). C. ) Uli, 1881. J lolly aell. Thb llouso at Jsffstsou City baa panned the bill exempting Mutual Benevolent Insurance Companies, from the provision ol the Insurance law iu regard lo life Insu...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 3 February 1881

icmonfr Democrat. Wabash, St L & Pacific Ry TIME TABLE NO. 48. Kow In Effect.! roi;ki t.avt. ifi. m, Patenter., iqti it-tn m. Ho. M, ra..'nKf arrive. 7:IH ft. ni. He, M. ivlit ..M....lrave V:2A. m. II. to, freight leavee 7:30 p. ni. BOUXD WK9T. IT.. SS, PaManeer ,. ...leave 0:43 ft. tn. If o. M, renefTiKer ftrrlVM S:IW p. m. X. 87, Freight..... leavee 11 IXla. ir. Ma, W, rrinn Inra BiSo p. m. ALL T.AIRS DAU.V, ttMnrii(nff train. M. make connection far St. I,nai. ami Ksr.au CUV. Kvrtiirig trala, S4, forflt, linle only. IT. A. ffinUhRTOII, Afrui. All local advertisements or local no tices on thli pns rt) charged Curat the rate of 19 cents per line for tlin llrst In sertion and 6 cent for each subsequent Insertion. No special rates iriven to tnjr person not having a standing ad vertisement. tflr-Obttuarv notices and Tributes ol Respect am charged for at the rntu of Bjcfcnta per lino. Stray notice arc ft AO for one animal and II 00 for each additional anlinul. TH!3 PAPER S5T For Sal...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 3 February 1881

i fJDESDlY EVEHIKO, fUBRDAHT 3, 1881 EXCESSIVE IJT. Injnrlnm lo Moat litltuslv VtlUy F.rimr. TUo loeipedicucy of fattening I'nttle liifitil.r l Dot admitted by brctdcru of ,,f..lliorlablc', stock, at an opposite course la condu cive to tlicir interests ; but if it cau In proven that excessive fattening is injurious to llic health of an animal, and nndesir able to the purchaser, and con sinner, the sooner a aolution of the question ia arrived at the better. The chief aim of breed era of cattle at home 1ns been the development of animals of great bulk, chiefly inado np ol fat. which, iu the shape of food, mi glit suit the wants of an Esqui maux, or Laplander, or even a northern Kiikbmi), but certainly it is not suited (o the require ments of the inhabitants of the warmer climateH. "The origin of the practice ol fattening to such an extent might possibly be traced to the in fluencoof competitive shows ol stock, at which shows the jti?ges are moro often thau otherwise chosen from amongs...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 10 February 1881

motto jpmctrat. fbmonlr ptmocxixU f PtHLISHBD Thursday KVBNINOS,4 OCR AT. --nv--TX2.03. 3D. Knrron and rnoFRurron, On Copy, one year,., OnCoPr1( moih, ' js. Orb. aptuirs la tf a, I, CAlt. 70H3 -WOORSC Ws cud sr pwens' parrlessnt saTJusi a usurps i kctlUs for Uin trass as 9m tmm fness sod iimsissis sshIstWBssi Is isissd Juk tr tr Ins. testis! tnmtkisi asd ey srtesi flrssi .COMMERCIAL PRIrtTIF0ff2 ' - " tuh M IssassV, LsiSsr Isasss OWs, Kss, 5'i'i.V .A- A ' ??1:HW.- J- RAY COUNTY, MISSOUIU. FJEBUARY 10. 1381 NUMB KR 7. WR.gP1?' 11 hi ihm w a t a DEM VOLUME IX RICHMOND, - BnOTWICLL & UALU A.ttcru.o3rs at Xja-w. MUIMONP, HO, Will Hend with riiHuvac and promptm- to Alt bnslnes entrusted lo tour en-e. O.Titu In Stone Flulldina; In cov-t. hnuitc ynrd. FARMS & CONROW, -.ttorn-osrs at Law, RICHMOND, MO. i : 3:fl t. ttver K, Spear's Ororsry Store, nr-poslte the nun home. T. N. L A VK LOCK. -.ttorner at X-ctv-,- ruciiMosa, MO. Will practice In all the courts of Hay. Trompl attention gi...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 10 February 1881

ffictmonfr tmorrat. fti'DHSDAY tTnilM. FEBKUAaY 10,1881 TheSrruto at Jeflerson City lias passed a Mil making H per rent the If jrsl rut of Itite rt-st io Missouri. The House will no doubt concur. The lircliuiiiiarv liial of tho tncu under nrrcst at rialtelmrfi on the chnrpc of intinierlng Buck McCU llunil, ut ilauce t John Goivlina, In Mill in progress. a. Gov. Crittenden had bis first card recentiuu Ut Wodiiosiliv nbicli ws all bIid w Mini no snl stance Huoliliery it-ipied sti preme, hih! h roinmon pltifi wiu no w lie if. A Konublican member ot tin Illinois legislature, iu a ti-t'1 (he otlirr (Uv, i liaigcil that t lie Democrats of Southern Illinois raised a recimvnl of troops for the rebel army, but wlienalJctn ocratic member nuked if John A Logan didn't lead that legiineut to tho Ohio liver, the Hrst spt'ak er sat down quite suddenly. a lSiitlot of SoutU Carol i n.k told ConkliiiK, he of the Chase Spraue notoriety, in the United States tSeiiatfl on .Monday last, that "his swagger...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 10 February 1881

teljmonb JJtmofrat, Wabash, St L & Pacific Ry TIME TABLE NO. 48. i i Vow in Effect.; nouNi EAST. Sn ,V2. 1'i.wrnir.r lei.v. (1 :40 a m. no. Til. 1'itAHi'ttKfir.. arrlYPi 7:ltt n. m M. Krfiir'it- ........Iritve- . 2A. m Nj.tn, FrciKlit leave. 7:30 p. in HOUND WKST. So. M, rai"cn;rer Imre. S:M ft. m. No. 5H, rn.-eiiK.r arrive. H:M n. tn. No. 57, 'r.lnht Intn II a. 11 , No, 5!, e' retail leave Siftl p. m , ALL TRAlltl DAILY, "3"Mornin:r tniin, 51, make eonneotlon for Ht. l.ntKi mitt Kitinn. (Jltf. livening tr.iin.6l, liir.M. l-niiminijr. W. '1'. mikqlstoV, Agent. All loc.il ndvoi'tUoiin'ntj or local no tices on tills piiifc aro clmrjrpd fornt the rntn of 10 cents per line (or tlio llrst In sertion unit 5 cents lor each subsequent Insertion, No appoint rKles irlven to any person not having standing ad vert lii'mcnt;. BfcT'Oliltuarv notices mill Tributes of lieBiieet nro rliargcil for at Hit rntu of Sccnts per lino. Stniy no'Jces nro$t 00 for one animal anil $1 OOlorcauli additional ...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 10 February 1881

ftkfcmontr tmocrnt. ranoiT etesibb. febrdaet 10. mi TIIKJim A0 THE BFEH. AKIrkla. Unit's Sas EiKrh-nr-Willi s llrc-llltr. I.o.k Union, la Jiuiiiaiy i;elilnraleii. I wan rWliiig centlc-man who lived in the vicinity of Lou An Clo. The niorninp; was beaut i fol. Toe tlanb of little cssrwlcs about the crouuds, the buzz o( )eea urnl the jjentle moving of the foliage of the pepper trees in the cearceiy perceptible oceun liree e, mailc up a picture which I thought vim complete. It iih not. A mule wandered on this scon,. The scene, I thought could get along without him. He Ituk a difli'ient view. Of course mules are not allow ed on the giouuds. That is what imknew. That was the rcacon for iiia Ik ijic there. him. Uml met him. His lover lip hung down Il looked diaciistcd. It seemed he didu't like being a mule. A day or two belore, while I wan triinc to pick up a little who had cot too near thia hiuhn IiohIh, he kicked metwoor , three times ticloro I could tell I rum which way 1 was hit. I co...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 17 February 1881

hmotxat. Ifmocrnt, MONO DEMOCRAT. f r-VBUSHUD THVMPAY XVKN1NOI4 S-BY-- BDrron anb nuPRorTOR. , j xixtxcsj. One Copy, an year .... t p. One Copy, da aaoethe , k, OSVajasatalrslaNe.1. CALL, 3"033 Ws el ear patreae' parrlcahar atanVaj ta oaa sacUltfea tm tha) hraaak at aha ha. raafmaaea aaUafadkM ea Faces d as Jnt Spaaaal arsaatloa aaal eary ertcee tfm C0ERCIAL PRIirriHCjO" a5&S5-"' " Sack a M Hsala. Laatar Ilsaaa, Csarde, Ksa, VOLUME IX. RICHMOND, RAY COUNTY, MISSOURI, FEBUARY 17. 18S1. NUMBER 8. SUOTWKLL & BALL, a-ttomoiya at Xitaw. ' 7 . ; BR.1IMOND, 110. , Will attend with diligence and promptness ta all bnalnaaa entriwtrd to their esre. Oaece la Stone Building in rmirt hnese ynrd. FARMS & CONROW, A-ttcrnesrs at Lav, 3uVe over I :mn1 house. RICHMOND, 110. . f paar'a Grocery Store, opposite tha T. N. LAVELOCK. --A.ttcrn.03r at Law,- wchmond, io. Win practice In all tha rtnurta of Rs. Prompt attaXlaaigriaa to aoUacUnoe.. Offka aecond w east ot Huglie,' lluik. Upaulra. ; E...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 17 February 1881

facljmonfc gcinowat. rrfOESDiY lYEHM FCBPDfcRY 17. 1881 l, ih or 1'piimn.lo Wo.xl. lluu. rrninl(j Wood, on the membeis of Conj:reK from Now York, died Hot Spring Arkansas, on Siimlny nifilit He liml Roii to .list iilac for tliu ix-nelit of lii health, Hi rfiscnae was ihenmntism and th witter did liim 110 Rood. He Imd liec'n in piiMio He for H' mid wa known ns leader n tlif t:uifl' relorni. He ns plccld asiii iMt full to Hie next (.'oiiaress and his doalli wi" cause a vacancy in Hie tower llonse. K (lov. W. T. Hall, of St. Jo seph, lisd stroke ol Apoplexy, last week, and cauie near ayiug. He is better now. The Hunk of (.'oin me ice and not tlie Comincicial Dank, of Si. Lotii, ns st.iteJ last week, pel the Stale deixifitu for the coming 4 v cam. Springfield, Missouri, is just uow enjoj ing a temperance revi val and I the wave is apparently sweeping etervtliing before it, as it did in this county in 'flic (ta;tte says St. Joseph is nMu tbieatened w ith a ccal fam ine. No danger. The ro...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 17 February 1881

fttmanb Stmotrai. Wabash, St L & Pacific Ry -m- . .T-T.. MM tf .. Tt. TIME TABLE NO. 48. Sow in Effect.; BOUNO I ART. No, ft, PrUArnirrr Imm 6:40 a 01. No. 54, raaarnicer arrlfee 7;IS ft. m. Me. M. rrriirlit- n.H..I.MM 13). fn . No. Freight-... Um 7:10 p. m. BOUND WEST. No. 51, Paasenrr Irmi 6:4a ft. m, No. ft Pa.ntnaer arrtTtt SW p. n. Xu. 7, Kr.lihl .- , ..lea.ee li mit, ir. No, 60, Freight Imtm 6lM p. m. ALL TkAMS DAILT, tMomlng train, SI, make eonntnllnn for St. Louis an.t Kar.ftae Cltr. Airenliif train, M, for Hi, lnninonlr. IV. T. stsul.iToa', Agent. Alllocal ailvnrtlnment.s or local no tices on tills pairc are clmrjrr-il fnrat tlte rate of 10 cent pr line for tho first In sertion and 5 cents for each sultaeqnent Insertion. No special rates given to any person not having a Manning no vertlscmciit. BBr-OliltuarY notices and Tributes ol Rvappct are charged for at the into of o.ocnts per lino. Stray notice are Jl 00 for one animal ami i uu lor cavil additional animal. THI3 PA...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 17 February 1881

Ucljmonfr cmocrat. ranasDAY warn numx it. mi uvi;irir oteh. in the I' ni I. '.1 BtAlt', I'bjfcl tUni bava estiiutUcil tbnt 50,0110 tirons die f very year from the u ho of tobacco. In German.? llio j.lijsii'iatinliavc cnucolntril that uf all tlio di-ath which oncnr ho twct'ii tho u:r- ol eighteen and iwint.v fix, oiii-. half orig'uulrt in iho waste of CunMilntion hy stnokin;;. Tin y nay thut the at licl cxIihuhIm nn:l ilt'rmifiu the nn ioiiH powers, mid protlui'i't. a lone train of nci xoim ilisoases, to which tho stomach is H;il!e, and oif cirtlly iliosn forma thut !' under tl"' name of ilyspejtki.t. Thrt hi aliliy iriienU'8 of on ions Im'ic never been fully nnilrr btnod. I.ihh; and liver com i.hitnlM me ocitninly bi'iieitel of ten nircl, by a free consumption of oniono, cooUcd or raw. I'oMs yield to them liUe niie. Don't iifraul of them. Tukrn ut ni "lit, all offense will be none, in the morning, and the jtooil fleet will amply corupennate for tlio tiillinu annoyaiiee. Taken rrnu l...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 24 February 1881

J J jUcIjmonb $tmotrat. . i. i RICHMOND .PUBLISHED THVIWDAT stVBXllOs,.J. "7 Wl TXXOa. 23. 230GHE, ttDrroa and propriztor. We call ow patroaa' pertrula anwocVai to ea emrpeeaae keUWei ( thai are a ah of ah. ho laeee and g aaca am latlaeafttoa) Ik tegerd to Jot arpricM. tyaeaal aftarrifai ed aaTy arte fl.re O" Copy, one yew One Copy, eta Booth. . 71. VOLUME JX. RICHMOND, RAY COUNTY, .-MISSOURI, FEBUARY 24. 1881 ISUMBlill 9. OBVie apetain to No. . CALL, SaJi ex M Heads, Utter Ilea, Oarda, (la. H 111 N-i JL. n I i i SIIOrVTELL A BALL V.ttoraa.03rs at Law, 1UUIM0ND, M.O. Will attend trllh dillgem and promptaeei to ll business entrusted tn their care. Office In atom Hulldlng In court hone, yard. F ARRIS & CONROW, -.ttomejra at Law, RICHMOND, 110. Slii.c over B. Spear's Grocery Store, epposlto the co'rtl notiee. T. N. LAVELOCK. --.ttcmor at Law,- RICHMOND, MO. Win practice In all the courts ofHav. Prompt attention tiros to collection. Oflke second loar east ol Itnghoa' Bitnk. Voetatri...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 24 February 1881

iJicIjmoniJ tmorrat. rfluosDiT evlto. mumim It it now aMtlsd that Hum I'.emliatdt will lay In 81. Joseph February 28tli and March 1st. Te hop Sms's loont morale will not Income fashionable in this country. 'iiif I-owtr Home of the Ni notiti I. gialitura want" to ml journ on the Wilt of March, ami it is hop"l the Semite will con our. The work ol the ncsio onglit to he roinplett'il ly that time, The Missouri Valley Jiituk, at Kansas City, failH last ek and niiniliiTs ol m)oi pontile lose mon ey placed iu their charge for safe keeping. Like all other failing Until, the piomine is nun'e Hint It will pay iis debts in in full. Thcie seems to he a vniiety of c. pinions in ietrd to the now liinding bill, agiced on by Con gress, providing for the issue of 1W),(H0;IM ol new yovetntuent bonds to bear only 3 per cent in terest, but the general belief is that capitalists will taie them, Tlio Lower Uouxe of the Mis auuii I.ctilatnre passed a bill last weeW, niakiiig the keeping of a gambling hous...

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