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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 18 September 1879

RICHMOND DEMOCRAT. THOS. D, BOGIE, Pibllhr. BY ENERGY, ECONOMY AND 1 HONESTY WE 8UCCEED. TERMS-1,50 a lrar I. Mum VOL VII. IUCnMOND, RAY COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1870. NO. 08. i i RICIMOND DEMOCRAT. WKISrlES tVtRV THIWSOW tVINIKfl -.- . (t) THOS. D. BOQIE, ditok hd rroriToi. Of ri('l-oulh-Wtrt Corner of th rnblie Square, la WtodMltlra, Building . Mr. Robert Hess, tbo oldest Odd Fellow in Hannibal, died a few day tgo. 1 Since tbe deatls of Geo. J. B. Hood, of yellow fevrr, two of Iiis daoghters, Lydia and Alice, have lied from the name disease. In consequence of tbe tapld increase of yellow fever in New Orleans, tbe Board of Health last woek Issued orders dcclar. ing tbe city an Infected port. According to "Mack," of tbe St. Louis Globe-Democrat, Kan aas wilt soon become tbe most God forsaken State in tbe Union, as It la being filled np with "Mis aouriaos who were originally from Kentucky and Virginia"! A mail living In Saline conuty, named Fizer, got on a sp...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 18 September 1879

IIM(MI)J.M(H IIVT. Thnr.Uy Evenirg, frpt. 18, 79. The Cnrrnlinokf is of Massa chusetts have iioniii'trJ Ben) liutler for Governor. The Ontigti-s-i.iual committee In investigate Senator Invalid, of Kansas, have gone to that state. The liep-ibllratis of New Ycik resolved in their Slate Conven tion last week that the United States government U "a aatiou and not a league." Tlie PUttsliurg Emitter tv.kt the people to take tbHr temper mice les.on fiom tlie :nlit ami Irom nun who stnnd.strictly by their divine calling, al the altar. in Gen. John B. Clark, Sr. in oor liealtli. Tlie old war ho rot lias thoiiKanila upon thonsanda o( ftieiiris in Missouri who will be aorrv to hear thi. The Fayette Adetrtiter bus en tered upou ila 3Dib oliinie. It ia aueicellent country paper and one the people of llowatd county t-hould led proud of. Rev. Dr. Diuler has been lec turing at Keyteaville, Chariton connty. He deroted his lecture lo correcting (he mistakes ol ltobt. G. Ingersoll. the infidel. The iit...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 18 September 1879

RICHMOND DEMOCRAT. Thursday Evening, Sept. 18,79. ST. L.. K." C. Sc N. R R. TIKE TABLE 50. Mow la r.ftect, 40. HoJTND F.AS.T. .mnpf. ImM Hi a. m. r.wntrr rrlv. . m. IlOtND WEST. P...... leave 1 M m. 1'MMtiR.r ......rrlt.. :S6 p. m. ALL VSM AILT. tf OI.MBnnnKlli.il I. mxte .1 Leilmtlon Jum.Hod with .11 mint la .nit from St. Iiuts and Jaaaau Cllj. t. A. Dons. A-tnt. K. . H.. M, k. Our Agent. , Mr. A. C Klncatri linn agreed to net m our ajrent for the I.wm;hat. at Mill vllle, and In thai viclullv. A nv person dclHii to (ret the paper will be o ouimodatcd by seeiu)( him. It ttUKSENnEKIlYU A splendid liiieol Roys' and Youth.' (Hothlng, at Wasson & Fowi.kh'. 7-0tl Again I )' come to tlic Fort. QUE.SKNDF.UUY. Oo to Karri. t 8o' for good bar Calm lu tiieir linn. Hull, f 10 TOWLKB)'. WOltll IS, Rt Wahhon .t 7-0if, Chkw Jackson' T.b.cco. Hest For tho best nrjrln In (0 to Fahru A 8o' Htoro. Sweet Vavy vuuin-iy. Qrocerle. 13-tr Just think oflt! A full suit at W.s- oai A Fowi.r'. for fa. 7-8...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 18 September 1879

-1 I.IUIMOXDIUMIHKAJ I jttxf l.olJ Kuuwli i Ve old riewnj-r for clean Jnjr etotra, tinware, knives lioa, window, mirrors, lamp cbimiff , etc. Cookie. On-lm1( pound bnt tr ; ne mid nne-lmlf otiiit agar ; one pint Imttrrmil on teVtllClipUllltlu! 1)1 (!. Avoid waaliing Mmilei, ui fjannid of liny kind, with ot hioli hH any r-iii in it. I' make them bard and utiff. Brine lor Corn IteeC Fiv pallons of water, one gallon ol ealt, on-liiili pound of saltpetre, oue and one Lalfpotind of browi augar. Boil this tnixtnre Cftem miuotes. Wbeo cold pour ovei Ibe beef. Brown Eettj for Breakfast. One cupful Indian meal, two enp fui rye tneal, one tgg. o teaapoonfat cream tartar, toe ball traspoonfut molnaaes ; mil with cold milk about as thick a ponnd cake ; drop id hot lam and fry. Mountain Dew Podding. Font large crackers, one pint of sweet milk, a little salt, jolka of two wU beaten eggs. Bake half an hour, then ad 1 the white of two eggs, beaten sliff.and ball a cop of pulverized sugar ; set ii t...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 25 September 1879

RICHMOND DEMOCRAT. TBOS. D. BOGIE, NMlsher, BY ENERGY, ECONOMY AND HONE8TY WE SUCCEED. , TERHS-1.50 le.r ! Altwa VOL VII. RICHMOND, RAY COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, SKPTEMHER 25. 1870. NO. RICHMOND DEMOCRAT. rUBllSHEO tvur THURSDAY IVtNlNQ THOS. D. BOGIE, BDITOB aKD fSOrSISTO. OFFICE Soa.th-W.et Corner of the Pabllc qaare, li Waodsoa ABro, Bulldlag- It Is tbe business o( every man to look up. Bnsiuess ! looking op, and no ought we all. It la better to keep your eve on tbe star and to stumble over a clod now and then tban to look down so persistently that yon are not ware that tbe stars exist. As Jerrold says, if we did not cone into Ibis . world to better our elves ww Bitot as well liave tayed where we were. - Dean Stanley was not equal to Ids opportunities when ne per formed the marriage ceremony for Trof. Tyndall. The Dean ebould have asked the groom "Do yon take this anthropoid to be your co-ordinate, to love with tour nerve ceuters, to cherish with your whole cellular tis...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 25 September 1879

.ltIIMONI.)KMO(IUT. Thursday Evening, Sept. 25, 79. Daniel fin', the' fumnii Newt York spernlatnr, died lust week I I thefieof 82. I .Tlie. wheat uiarkxt advanced ImI week. cauMiiti the failure of 1w or three thun in St. Ijoiiim who were sH-t-ulating largely. - - .TIi executive cBniitlf of tbe State piange nuets in St Iannis to ilii j to sftui't a place lor (lie next martini; Paline eonnty ia t have a new conrt house The old one threat em-il l full down ami the o nicer m.'Vetl it Query for the Fulton Trie grcph it I in-Iter's intention to put in a hid for the oftica ol Mate Tieawiirer t f m aw Bethany. Harrison county, was considerably shaken up by a storm last week doing consider able damage to biiil'finirH, bnt fortunately no person waa hart. The yellow fever ia ateadily abating at Memphis, Tennessee. but persons who lelt to eacape the malady are warned uot to re turo yet. Tbfc great Tauiuiany ring of New York that baa been am-b a dead weight on the Democracy of that atate ia comp...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 25 September 1879

ItlClIMOXDDEMOCKAT. Thursday Evening, Sept. 25,79. ST. L. K. C. & N. n. n. TIMB TABLE KO. 40. LOCAl, mum. Nota In Kffrrt. BOUND FAST. If, ', PftiMnxvr Issts ft. m. Ma. M, ruwpi sirls : p. a. UOt'MI WICT. No. M, PlWfBpT IrsvM 7:M ft. m. Ms. si, I'ssssnsrr ,. arrises :M p. m. ALL TSA1KS DAILY. ra-filossiwMinsfiftna It msd At Iilmrtnn JuusfUit Willi All trslat to AU(i from St. Louit h4KumuH;. J. A. Dotli, Aftnt. Oar Arml. Mr. A. C. Klnmlil h greed to act our spent Inr the I'amochst, t Mill vllle. and In Ihiil vidnltr. Any irrson ilrslrlnjr to frt the paper will be ac oumtuodated by seeing- hiin. - Preaching-. ' 1rof. J. E. Dunn will All lilt regular appointment t Millvtlla neat Sunday, tip t. 38. KiYTrnvii Li Fair. Our Irlenil, Mr. Wm. K. Hill, will pleas aecrpt our thanks for complimentary ticki-t to tli Krytesvllle, Charlton county, fair, which commences Oct. 7th, mil holds 6 days. The finest Svri.pf at WAKINN'ER A (U Milks Soul Mr. lonldas Duval.of the vicinity of Mlllvlllr, sol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 25 September 1879

U1CIIM0SD DEMOCRAT. Gi.ijtr.rfafl rnJding. One pint of flonr, one cop of molaaapa one ejtK, a lit tie soils, one te epooiifnl of crooil. strong R i K " mid hnitermrlk enough to make a thick butter. gtram for one hnr; to be eaten with a rich sauce. Lemon Sunre. One Urge rnp of powdered an gar. rmlf cup of bntter, one lemon (All the juice and grated rind, the yellow part onl;), a little outine p. and six ta bleepoonfnU of boiling water. Cream ttit butter and nirr and beat in one egg whipped very light t add hhiii(oI at a time of the boiling water. Tut in a tin pun or pail and plare over some Teasel containing iHiilitig watel which will heat thu shims, very but not boiling -ami it will thicken readily. Tliii is a deli rione sajr lor hatter pudding'. Tomato Catanp. Two gallon of tomato juice, half a enp ol alt, one rap of snpar, two table apoonfala each of ground black pepper, allepice, cinnamon, eel rv aeed and Coleman's beat mustard, one talilespoouful o) carton pepper, one eraied nnt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 2 October 1879

DEMOCRAT. THOS. D. BOCIE, robllsbor. BY ENERGY, ECONOMY AND HONESTY WE SUCCEED. TERNS 1.30 tear It A tin or. VOL VII. RICHMOND, RAY COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 2, 1870. NO. 40. RICHMOND IilCIIMONP DEMOCRAT. FUllltHED tVEKY THURSDAY EVENING (t) THOS. D. BOQIE, kmtos .no proprietor. OFFIUK Soulk-W.tCornr of th. Public Square, la Woad.oa aMlro, Bulhllnf . We loarn from tho Mexico ledger ttist diptberia, in a bad Jorua, It prevalent la that city. The aggregate luterual revenue receipts, at Washington, op to and Including last Friday, show an increase of $72,000 over th, corresponding period of last rear. Jefferson Davis baa written a letter to the editor of the Book liaven (Miss.) Ledger, declining to ue cauaiuait) lor tue United elates Senate. Tbe Cbariton Oonrier savs tbe tobacco crop Is reported to be of a superior quality, and though not large In amount will demaud a larger price than last year. Ther new drng atore law la not working with good ftect at : Bethany, The...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 2 October 1879

' RICHMOND DLMOCIUT. Thursday Evening, Oct. 2, '79. The f- T om exposition i in full bW aim utxl wefk will l" Wtr fair. Ppveit convicts wore sent from Manual to the iruiteollftry last . n it...;.. iJ-wocrnf says i hp ai ii'f -rArnla'arffingftt 12 12 rent. -er l.nalirl in lhat connt.v. fi.rt i i" Ohio W1"R the UncVeyea a taste of his elo qucnoe. j Ernest 8liu. aou-it.taw of R. v. W. U. Lei. Gallatin, Mo., John A. U.rna.Ute ,lerk of V,t Carroll Uou.e, died Sept. in l the age of 21 eais.of malarial fever. Ofn. OTantiUcome East in few aaya and bring his oom with bim. Re ia promise to Tisit Cliieag.i oet month. E. VT. DowiierT of Lincolu Townahip. CaUwell.couniy, haa molassea factory on bia place with canity for manufactnr ing 150 gallooe a day. Manled In Carroll connty on .1.. isih oi Bei.t.. Mr. Kobert E. Havnea to Mi" Sarah Bell Stales; on Sept 24, Mr. Sterling P. Smith and Mis. Sarah Beck. Haves made a little epeech to the St Joneph people laat Moo .u. .nd they all are happy, be cans...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 2 October 1879

iticiiMOND Democrat. Thursday Evening, Oct. 2, 79. ST. L. K. C. & N TIKS TABLE HO Now In Effect. BOUND KaST. M. rumiw leseee . . it Mo. M riiHiil'i srrlees J; p. as. nounn WIT. m, p.nr leaves : m . m. M, htrnint arrlS :M p. HI. So Jfe ALL TIAIKi DAILY. rf-nioweoBiMTtlon Is made at Ilystn Jim' Hon with all trains lo sml from 81. luls JiA.DOTL..A.t. Our Af ent. . Mr. A. C. Klneahl l to as our eirent forthe Dkmocbat. t Mlll ville. and In that vicinltv. Any person UonlrltiK to rrt ,,,e Wl" wl" be ,0" oonitnodated by tceln.; him. You always And Lemon and Orange at WARlXXF.ll A CO. rn..-Ur. l.eonlda Duvil, of MHlvllle, called yesterday and left a nlua sack of apple, for which lie wll please accept our thank. Read notice of ome itouk lie ha lout, In tlil paper. The very beat Coflc and 8iitr at . WABINNEtt A CO. To the Patron of Hay County. The rfguUr mectiiiK of the Kay Or.i..' will be held at Ihe Hall of Albany OranRe, on Tuesday th" 14th of October, 1870. at 10 o'clock a. ... At whic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 2 October 1879

HAM AC HER MILLS RICHMOND, KAY COt'NTY, MISSOl'KI. m.toqi iuti ih ron VTcarr no iiiniiiifi.riiirii g tup. tier article nl Hoai. Mi ni, etc, t nur mill.. ml l,l Him to k.i p enuVaiitly on hand FLOUR and MEAL l m II fiT t'AMI sml csclismge for a lieat and rum. Grist Grinding f TEN M'MIKlJt and lipwsrds, oi. We.lucMlitr, Thursday, l tllJ m.a Saturday, lor One-Sixth Toll. Thinking Hi people of Hay county generally, lor their liticral patronage in ihe pat, we toliclt a renewal end con t in unt 1 hi of the Nimp. thinking; we can (ilr MtiMitctlon to all. J. R. HAMaCHER t BRO. $25Q"REWARD. On the Sift dsy of July, ls79, totn" person oiallcioutly tlrrnbited the report tint A. J. BOTTS, The -Lire Stove Man" dead. I will pay th shore reward loai.y pei ton who ran give Information that lll tppn-heiid the raid individual. 1 want it iHttrhicfrr undcrttood tint But la at Ilia til ore ItCM.m on East Side of Public Square, giving the people Unparalleled Bargains STOVEofiNWARE, Smeet-Iron Ware, Orani...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 9 October 1879

RICHMOND DEMGCEAT, TBOS. D. IOCIE, Nbllsker. BY ENERGY, ECONOMY AND HONESTY . WE SUCCEED. TERNS-1.50 a nr li A.ract VOL VII. RICHMOND, RAY COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 0, 1879. NO. 41. TAr C&2r MCII310ND DEMOCRAT. rUllltHCD IVTIY THUtSOAV tVtKIHQ THOS. D. BOGIE, SDITOI iMD mnpRIITOB. orricr.-Soath-WMtConir of th Public Main, la WooSaoa A Bra, Bulldiag The next annual meeting of (ne 8 late Grange will he held in Bodalia, on the 21st day of tliia month. This place can tie easily reached by the delegates from this county. - m - . The Houston Megrim pledges the fall vote ef Texan to Oen. Hancock in the Democratic Na- . tional Convention, and the Tele qram'$ pledges can always be re- , lied on. The seats Rave way at the fair at Adrain, Michigan, last week, killing sixteen people and wound ing sen vety-five. Gross careless ness, do doubt, caused the acci dent. "Hug 23" wis discovered writ ten in a delicate female hand on the cuff ot a Richmond young man; and that young ...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 9 October 1879

r.n ii:oM)i)!:MocnvT. TlmrsJ.iy Evtrii g, Oct. 9, 79. TIip Mulr Ihttmcrnl N iloiiip nil il an lo keep Hip flr.nit loom Coin? nrnl It i unccrpillm; iif t t.v Wet'. Tin rw ini: Iii:i4-tiiit nellls nl fl. Joncpli ate mj inp npty tiling lont raeh oihor in tlie imperii. Iiio (hp r-xpoNiilon. l)isintchc. from Iit-iiO ville.Col. My thai litilimiK ntn driving mi-ru-i from e a nips wiihin ;!( miles of lli:il place. The Oild Fellow, of Noi horne, nro linilcliu a hall over (he lumi iipKo I111118P (ifCliu:l(' l'.ick,on Main Street. Walker Kiloic wan Irieil nt Mexico, Misnotiti, last week, for the. mnnler of Dow dlinxtn , lust January, antl found guilty of winder i:i the fiiat decree. Mrs. Thomas I.aily, living tipar Mayview, I.ufayctte comity, Mo. last work pave liirtli to thrpp children, nl! boyn, and at last ac counts all were doing well. William llann, of r.othnny, Mo., no thrown from a tvngon and killed, by a trinhteneil tram, ne day last week. The ncci ilont occurred npar Jamcspoit. Capt. ...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 9 October 1879

RIC1IM0M) DEMOCRAT. Thursday Evening, 0:t. 9, 79. ST. L. R. C. & N. H. H. It I TIME TABLE NO. 40. Now In EaTcvt. miT.M) kat. . No. W, Inss.n:rr lenvrs 1 W a. nr. ho. 64, ra.ariiKer arrive ?:UA p. ui. IHIt'NII WKMT. Sn. M, r."njn,r haves 7UI a. in. Mo. 6.'i, 1'ii.MriiKrr arrives H :ft5 p. ni. , . Akl T.AIN. DA11.T. t'J-cnnsf eomtcrtlnn I. waits at Lethtfrton Jaiirrlou with hII train, lu .nl fruin St. l.oills au.1 Iviuism Oily. J. A. Ilovi-a. Agent. LOCAL IlRIKkS. Whoop ! Hurrruli 1 1 The Circus Is COIilillJ. Capt. John P. QuecidiorrT I. Im proving Ills residclico un main street. The noblest wssh stand setts can be round lit WAttlNNRIl & CO. The committee! of 2' wcro in session on Monday last, hut we 'arc not olltelal- ty notlllcd of their prooeodhijis. . If you want a nice weddlnjr card printed, jrlvo us it chance to let you see what wo can do. Co.il liunlncn must I great dca better at tlili place, from tlin number of coal cars wo n-v passing west loaded. Prunes and Dried Cur...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 9 October 1879

IICHMOM) DEMOCRAT. YOU HAVE SEEN THE H 0 L T:r?H U a H E S, Now Behold the Goliath! PIGMIES HAMACHER MILLS! RICHMOND, HAY COUNTY, MISSOURI. nriit in u run ei:n:e elo cii We are no inaniiflictiirli'r. aup. liot article ol Flour. Meal, nr., ul our milU. and wtil wm to i p conMaiilty on band FLOUR and MEAL to n il for ('A II ul emchange for wheat snd ourii. Grist Grinding of TEN RCSIIELM and upwanle, ot Wcdneaaar. Thnrd j, Friday aoj alai4)r, 'or One-Sixth Toll. Thanllne; In people tf Ray county rencrally, for the Ir liberal patronage In the put, wf eolklt renewal and con tinuation f the Mine, thinking we ran give aatiafaction to all. J. R. HAMf.CHER t BRO. T-S-lj $250 REWARD. On tbe Hit day of July, 179. aome peraon mallciouily eirrulated the report " A. J. BOTTS, The-4L.TeS.OTeManw at dead. I will pay the above reward to any person who can give luforuiaUoii that will apprehend the .aid Individual. I want it diatrlovtly understood thai But it at hi Store Room on East Side of Public fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 16 October 1879

RICHMOND DEMOCRAT. TMOS. D. BOGIE, VuMhkn. BY ENERGY, ECONOMY AND HONESTY WE SUCCEED. TEKMS-UO a lml. A.vm VOL VII. RICHMOND, HAY COUNTY, MISSOURI, TIIUHSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 10, 1879. N(X42. RICHMOND DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED EVERY: THURSDAY EVENING (T THOS. D. BOGIE, RDITO AND PROPRIETOR, orHCSouth-Wett Corner of th Public Squars, Is Woodson Allro, Building-. IX - . . . GENERAL A. W. DONIPHAN. Some Itomlnlseonses of tho Yen : erable Soldier and Citizea. Doniphan's Famous Expedition sna Home of the Hen Who (erred I It. Missouri the Home of Three of the Distinguished Hereto of the Mexl tin War, St. lyrals fost-Dlnpstch . S.pt. Mh. Gen. A. W. Doniphan was in the city yesterday ami the day before, and last night went on to Kentucky to visit hi ouly sis ter, who is now 85 years old. He himself is now past 70, but is lookiug remarkable hnle for his ago. Ho and his sister are now the only surviving members of a large family, and he foels it in cuaiueut on him to pay her a visit every year. It ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 16 October 1879

KitiiMOMm:Mocnvr. Thursday Evt nirg, Oct. 16, '79. l'ipth'-riti, or Home kind of a throat iliacane i jiref nillng lo art nlnrrr.inc pxlnil among the little j of I'm lollnm. A rlelopHtion dI Piiikprtnii'n out throat in wmitfil in Wriitprn MU.onii to l.unt tlowu the Jjiikh llOVK. Tlii Oi'iienil R:ittiat Assnriit tinii for the ul' met-1 t Kan nun fit $ on tin- 'J'.'miI of this month. Thi in the MixHionnrj !iiitiH'. The aniuiini of plumli-r aprnr li the Glt'inlaU- train roi litrn, last week, in now set down Hi HH; qnite it falling off from .tO,lHNIn HI first reported. A vigilant romuiillee ha lieen oi tnizd at A nll ille, La fayette enmity to limit down tliieveg and bring them to pun ilim nt. A tero;Krrr iujnnctinn has been grantt-d ajiainxt the Life An norialioO of America, restraining it from doing furtlier Imainea. and Gen. D. M. Front h been appointed temporary receiver. A apeeial dUpatch from Bel don, Ca comity, Mouri, re iHirta a rirh dixeorery of (lold in Can rnnnlT and the peopl...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 16 October 1879

RICHMOND DEMOCRAT. Thunaay Evening, Oct. 16, '79. ST. L. K. C. & N r. n. TIMS TABLE HO. Now In KfTrct 10. noiTKU KasT. Ho. M, hiMpr I"m W . m. M, I'siMiiarr aTrlvw : p. m. nOt!NI WKwT. Ko. M, PuMrnvr Wvm 7:! . m. Ni. M, rHKiiin srrUss S.M . la. ALL TSAIKS DAILY. fSrOlnaeeonnarllna If. nisitast Txlndton Juim'IIoii with 111 trains lo Mid from St. Lvula aud Khu Oily. . . J. A. Doylb, Anal. Prrarhlag. Rev. Daniel Pat ton will preach on Sunday next, Oct. 19th, lit 11 o'clock . in., at ia I'HtUn school lions. 6 miles north. Hiclnnonil, and at 4 o'clock p. m., on the same day at the Hill school house, 3 miles east of Richmond. The public are earnestly Invited to turn out and bear him. Hoop Skirt. Fowler A Ewlng have full supply of the latent style and iust t-lcirniit detlirns. No lady (houlil be wltuout one. Our TiiaNKa. Mr. I. M. Uaber, one ol the enter prising farmers ofthlsseo. tlon, has our thanks for a hair dozen fine cooking pumpkin. Such gifts are always acceptable Canned Good a...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 16 October 1879

HAM AC HER MILLS! RICHMOND, RAY COUNTY, MISSOURI. iiE4ui' u i era ron FIST J2 FLO UK fp are no niaiiiifi-ictiirtiif ipllot article rf I lour. Mi'. ".. at nr mill", ai.d wi:i Him In ke.-p roiislsiitlr 011 h:iiul FLOUR and MEAL toll for C'l "1 eschange for vlmi nil com. Grist Grinding of TKN" ItlSilf".t.S ami upwards, 01. Wrlurdr, Tliuraday, rrida-f and Ralwrda), fur One-Sixth Toll. Tbatiklua: the people t lly county (t-npmll . for tlieir liberal patrons-;..! In tne past, we solicit a renewal and con tinuation i.fthe same, thlukinjr ire cau give saUaUiUon 1,0 all. J.R. HAMtCHER t BRO. 7--ly $250 BEWtBD. On the iU dar of July, 1879. nu person uiaiitioiulj ainulaled die report " A. J. BOTTS, The -'Lire Stove Msn" was dead. I will py ' b"v rewnrd to any -ron who ran give Itirnrmatb.n that will ripn--hetid the said IndiTidnel. I want it distrlnrtlv understood that But I at his More It.x.m on East Siile of Public Square giriny the people Unparalleled Bargains STOVES-TINWARE, Sheet-Iron War...

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