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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 1 February 1883

jtUeljmonfo tmorrat. Wabash, SI L St Peciflc Ry TIME TABLE NO. 1. Kow In '.!. ' Dul'XU EAST. Ho. 1. tntK" lTi-v li no u rn. Nl. I. I'uw'vn arrlr.-. I;imi.ih. hit. It. .n-lrhl ,.-.-....lii M J l m. No. ID, rreiiht. .-..-.!. t, 111. UOL'ND WEST. tfo. S, rwnir.r srrl.ei lOrWp.nC tin. s, I'KaiwiiHvr imtM :o .m. No tl. Ki !. ,,,, 2 ? " Mo. ., r-MSM. Ivt ;a,ni. tU tKAISSDAUY. tVMorfltin irolii No t, idhhm ennnMllon for it. LouuMMjr nwirntiw n.l K.hi ' y mornnnii nr.il iu..ajf . -vrmii twin 4 for Si. Iui4 only. W. T. SinoLlTOK, Aft All locnl advertisements or locsi me tlce on thU pnitu are charged lor at the rate or 10 cents per Hue lor III tlrt In sertion and cents "r ubiw nt Insertion. No ipeell rutin jclvuo to any iwrsoti not having standing ad vertisement. lejObltnury nnllces and Tributes of RoN-ct Hre charjred tor it the. rate of I oenla per liuu. Uttny notices nre$l GO for one snlma and 1 00 lor each additional anlinul. Notice l Teacher.. 1 will hold n uai.uiiur.lion in Klcli mond, t...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 1 February 1883

IM.V1.U UCUlUUttl! Titri'iiAV. v):nr.iAi:Y i. isa linn Citiwfln l'i). From mi artit lr wriltfii In k fur- J tnor in a limiti'isti pajii-i w-xtrid t j till) flliliOTilljf the ailvatltSli-' lf( In re i tttu.li ti lw h',I i l "" , if llno rrtsiiutii'. Il H ri-riyiii'-fA fail llisi lli' V i,rti'iiv Imltir ui nciro iitiilnrin iiiality ami jrii'HifMA rolloii.'n thmi ts niml'- nt llio I'.""' liouso. S-ii iii'f an. I -Will mi'l riipil.il liavn 0'iii1iiii'l tinilijr if r l, l.i ir'N.liu- every ilay in I lie ! a stiirllv primr m'ln li-. Tli Tfsnlt i the mitimfctnr.,'l aitirlr 2H a tW i-Ias prioo. Tliix rruilili'S tlie r t'-mii-erios tn my iimro dir tin- rrriini alum' tlmii iIi.j liow-viwiCe ran fret of the liuckstiT r cmiiilry jjtivit fur Iii-i tlnititio: t ntn iif ImtVr. The orenin-trii-s cull daily f tlie fanner's cniii mul leave wi'tli him tlio rasli for it. nri.l what is far l.cttor. tlio sKiiii-milk f.ir lil pitr, cal.c hmiI colts. Tlinl a botur artii lo "f litiltrr tin 1 mom uf it, is 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. — 8 February 1883

Richmond-Democrat - . ' f'.'lf IJUUOC; PUBLISHED ST. D. BOGIES wrro Aim rBorT. W pr gear, Invrtahtg i Aduancti Si Ntnihi, eWefg.is ttnU Thursday evenings, irnvs -2-T D. BOGIE 1 bditor A.XB rnormKTon. VtfsjW' TERMS: RICHMOND 6n ey," On y l.CO 7C Subscriber out rrf the eouni mutt remit 25 cciUi ceta to pay poetagt. VOLUME XI RICHMOND. MISSOURI, FEBRUARY 8. 1883- NUMBER 6 RicMond Democrat DEMOCRAT. !!? C.T. Garner, Sr. J.W.Gansr. C. f Bamer, Jr C.T.GAIUiEIt&SONS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND, XISSOUIU. Will practice In t1t State nnd Federal Court. Collection promptly ttlteniteil to. Ulllce west oldo ol square, first door toortti of Darneal'a store. J. CD. BALL, ATTORNEY AT LAW. RICHMOND, MISSOURI. A lo Prosecuting Attorney of liny Co. mice in uie mat enu or ma btone build. In? In Court House Jard promptly attended to. Business J. W. 8H0TWELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, iircniioND, iiiasoum. Will attend with dlllgonce and raio to all business entrusted liim. Ontee In Btone building la Court Hous...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 8 February 1883

4 1 t 0 0 ti dl !th Via Jim i,yj : lu 4 )-1 Richmond Democrat THUIWAYt FEimUARY 8, 1BSI. It is mid that CapU J. I'. Fan-is, llrpreseiitatlve from Kay, mule the ablest speech that ha btfn heard in the Hons of Rr-pre-sentativr for many yearn, Ut week, la opposition t what is known as the "Hoard Su preme Court. Bill," Cnpt. Farris is recognized aa amang the ablest men in the legislature. A man named John C. 1'arkcr was arraigned before the Criminal Court of St. Louis, last week, on the charge of murder. Ilia attorney asked thai he 1k allowed to go into a jury room, in company with hia wife and sister and his attorney for consultation. While in the jury room he secured a pistol from one of the women, and after (hooting his wife, killing her instantly, lie shot himself through the head and died in a short time. Mrs. Dr. Gould, of Chicago, deliv ered a free lecture at the City 1111 Wednesday night, advertising a uatcut liver medicine. We haven't a patent liver, and we have a supply of wom...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 8 February 1883

fiiclmonb gtmocrat. Wabash, St L & Pacific Ry TIME TABLE NO. 1. Now In Effect. bound bast. no. a, Pmr I.stm ). m. ill. 4, rn arrW.a .mp.m. Xi. H. rrrlrhl. ......!. 8:1 0 p m. Mo. as, r nilit. !. J ;li p, m. BOUND WMT. K. , Pnirr ..rrlM l(:lBp.m No. S, l"KnKir ,im 7:ao .m. No SI. riTldht Iit o .ni, Mo. 17, "rtllL Im 7il. m. ALL THAI Nt DAILY. 1-fMnrnlnit Imln Hn.t, iniMtoliiiHiltal fnrlM. I.OUI. .Y.ry morning; and Kr.M.llr mornnn copl MomUjr. Kilning train No a for St. Louis only. W. I. llffOLITOIt, Aft All lof nl ailvwrtlsementa or local no tices on this pafe are charged for at tho rata of 10 ccnU per lino for the flrnt In sertion aud t ceiiU for tach subsequent Insertion. No special rate elvcn to any person not having a standing ad vertisement. lepObltuary notices and Tributes of Respect ire charged for at thl rata of I oenta per Uno. BtraT notices are $1 GO for one anlraa and II 00 for each additional animal. THI3 PAPER JEAlVTC&Vtf. Hotlce to TeacUerj. 1 will hold an exann...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 8 February 1883

Riclimoiid leiMrat Till. 11-I AY, FKIHU'AltV , . A Mr. Saliio l elccU'tl WMiator in Minncwrt. 11 U not known to faintv lie will spread tlif lraihh of the dead level of meiliocrity on tlie !! publican aide of the senate after March 4, next. We presume no one carries warts around because tliey like tlwlr Imika. To got rid of them, coer with liak iiijt aoda, wet with water ami tie them up. One who has trie J this remedy, says tliat a few application' will have the desired result. It is said that when one is Initio J into the air by the bursting of a boil er ho thinks of all the evil ho has com mitted in a long life. If this be true there arc aotne men in tliia communi ty who would have to stay up about mx months in order to do the (subject justice. tstlcss t rlEkt. Tu v.rry about auy Mver. Kiilm y or Lrluary Trouble, esprolally Bright's lis rsso orl'labclcs. as lion Hitters nevej fml of a cure w here a euro U possible We know this. I A vr-tcran iramestor has fiiruied out the possibilit...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 15 February 1883

RclimonMnocra$ PUBLISHED " I T. . IX BOGIE. EDITOR A.1D rROPWJTp, UVf DOllAR ptr ytar, Invariably m AJvanet; Six tttnlhi, Sivtnty-flvt Cent,, TlirftsKAY KVKXLM1S. nv BOGIE1 tMII Ull AND I'HOI'IIIKTOII. TERMS: i.c: TC Out Cr -r, G-x r-ifiAta Subwribttt out of the rni(iil iiimhI remit 23 cents estra to jmy )otit(c. VOLUME XI RICHMOND, MISSOURI, FEBRUARY 15. 1883- NUMBER 7 Richmond Democrat. RICHMOND DEMOCRAT. CT.Ciraer.Sr. J.W.Garur. C.T- Caracr.Jr- 'CLGAUNERJeSONg, f ATTORNEYS AT LAWf RICDMOND, MISIOUBI. M ill 'iMctici ill the Mate nnd Kcd-ral Court. Collections promptly attended lo. Office wul oiilc ol "mire, lint door north of Darneal' torc. J. ED. BALL, ATTORNEY AT LAW. KICBMOND, MISSOURI. Also Prosecuting Attorney of liny Co. Ofllce iu tlie eait end of tho Stone build tng In Court Uoime yard. Uushies promptly attended to. J. W. 9HOTWELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, uiciiuond, MisoOLKt. Will attend with diligence and care to ll business entrusted him. Olllce in Stone building la Court House ...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 15 February 1883

Richmond Democrat Till IINHAY, KKimUAHT U. KM liwitur to sickness in our family Mm. IVuft'e could not fill her depart ment in the paper thi week. She I o to better next week. The Legislature has passed bill empowering County courU to work prisoner in county jail, on the roada. No doubt in some cases this would 1 a relie f to prisoner, as it woulJ pye them little freoh air, but many of them are too trifling snd lay to want frch air. A incmler of the Legndature from St. Louis, by the name of Halhway, in making strenuous effort to kave the folony clause in the Johnson irmliliiiiT law tdricken out Ho i n a very properly meeting with poor sue reus, a tiie law has enabled the oflioers to break up the gambling den all over the state, ami no por tion want to see them re-eatablisheJ but the gamble ami their particular friends. The Governor of Iinnesscita wants Frank J union, for participation in the Northhcld llank robbery, but t.ov. Crittenden refused to honor the reiui ition, on the ground...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 15 February 1883

jjjicljmontj cmocrut. Wnbnsh,StL& Pacific ny TIMS TABLE VQ. 1. !tw in r.Het. HOUND KAST. f. $, r"i'-i-. rwr" ,.. .lfT. i:M).m. .rrl m. ......Ifrrl 8 i m. ....lfff MiM! Ma. , freight ' Bousn WKST. Ms. Ma. ' ?. . " . J on .m. Nil HI. rrrllM.. Da. H, rrcinhU Al.ttmili'SDAIl.T. 4 for 81. lionis only. W, T. Sixoleio, Aft All locnl .lv.Ttli.mrnU or locM t lo ttos on this PK chnrgmr To r t the Kte of 10 cent, per line for the first In sertion lid 5 cents for encli subsequent Insertion. No sncclnl rates given to ny person not having ft standing ad vertise client. M-Obltuary notices anil Tribute of KeTpect are charged for at the rata of I cents per llnu. Stray notices are 1 00 for ono aiilma and l 00 lor each additional animal. Kotlce to TeacUorf. 1 will hold an examination In Klch mond, the 4th Saturday In every month. Teachers must not ask for examinations at other times. TU03. M. DEACY, 13-1 T- County School Com. Kide iiTthe New Omnibusi ;nnirMER CO., .Will call for passengers In aiiy...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 15 February 1883

I t i 1 4 i c t ti U ti Ml b " u th la lu lut I'M) I.JT ur or; Richmond Democrat1 TIM IISIIAV. T.IUtr UtV IS. 10.1. .1. A. tliistanl. BiM.nvillr, Mo.. ) llnum's Inm Itllts-rs I. lilirily resnm. micikI.-U mul many an- Ix-liiR bi'tKlCnl ly II "." Small-pox lias limke tint in tin limilier vmii of the ltainy lake rivrr ilisliict, in Minnesota, ami ti'ii .leatlia fit'in ll"' .lisease liate alts-atly Itevn r-irteil. Il in estimate.! llmt lMUHHUHMi 1 ti nun of s re fcnc- have Iteert tna.le i ,, .... i ... the ; Lli.lo.1 Mil- 11.0 1" V r- I.m-kily "ki injr .er me "amen i.ter Hie eat. ten wall" lias Loi n iinmorlalicil in lur K)ii It w ill In- imi a iraumoii in the M. 4"JIi-ii are but torry . 'iinr in thi-ir own .hiiw ." Tlie inilie of KMin-jr-IV tirt comc Irom tilt! iiunilln f tlnte whuliare liwn inmlr utrniijr and healthy by U. l.tU'U: "Il Ut-iirinj cvcryboilv," w nlr. a .Irujjjil-t "hblney-W ort I tin mo?t ji"l"lll,r ukOIv Ittv we h-II." Il flimild lw by rlht. for mi uth.r metlirliiv Itaa...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 22 February 1883

'. 1 I. Richmond Democrat. Riclunoiid Democrat BT t IT. D. BOGIE,-:- xvtro and TncnisToa. (W jiff jfa Huoriabi'j m Mvmmi $tt Haniht, IttMHy-flv Cent Tiiriisn.vY 1:vExix(is, -rv- -ST I). BOGIE -2- tlUTOK AND l-ROPIHRTOR. TERMS: RICHMOND DEMOCRAT. Oa.9 Csy, C y.a i.e: 7C ?iithrrihcr out nf the county inift remit iij cetitestrit to )xt )oWiff . VOLUME XI RICHMOND. MISSOURI. FEBRUARY 22. 1883- NUMBER 8 CT.Girjsr.Sr. I. W. darner. C. T- Oarur, Ir- C.T.GAlLNEIt&SOXS, f ATTORNEYS AT LAW f KICIIMOKD, HI6IOUSU. Will practice In tha State nnd 1'edcral Court. Collections promptly attended to. Olllro went alila ot square, first door nortli of Darueal't store. J. ED. BALL, ATTORNEY AT LAW. mcnsioND, Missofiir. Also Prosecuting Attorney of Rny Co. ...mvrc iii Hiawi euu Ol III mono mind ing In Court Homo yard i - i . . Business piviuyuj aiicnuuu io J. W. 8HCTWELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, nicnuosD, siuwocnr. Will attend wHh diligence and rare to all limine entrusted him. otllee In 8tone building la Co...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 22 February 1883

Richmond Democrat IIMWDAV, I KnHUAltY 22, IfsJ. Tlie piMinml appropriation hill as lorV-d to the I .ogilat nr U snine ing like H0,OW smaller Ui.in the 0 passed two year . Invpr City t afflicted with the lrrisn snow fliat but what, that if 1 can't My. It I k1 n of an .ich dreaded insect. Congress i about to pass a bill al .'injt a new Ilride across the Ifia uri River at Kansas City, to 1 ilt within a limit of 5 mile above j cily or ten miles llow it. It is now thought the Legislature II ravine the school law and make conform strictly to the reoommen tion of the State Teachers Associa ii, which held a session a short time o at Seilslia. l'li hill allowing county court dg-ea f 5 iter day and mileage, has n passed by lioth branches of the gislature and is now a law. Also bill providing for the working of 1 prisoners on the county roads, Jarrnll county has now feeding ,980 head of cattle and 25,010 hogs. c get these figures from the Record, ich has shown great enterprise in hcring them t...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 22 February 1883

fucljmonb Democrat. a Wabash, St LA Pacific Ry TIME TABLE NO. 1. Slow In r.tlrct. BOUND It AST. "o. I, PiuMn' lAa on a.m. N'o. 4, t'..nar nrrl?.. Wi:Wp. m. No. ti, fr.'lrht. Ir nv n:iop.n. No. W, fnllllL . ............... If. , 7 :1 p, m. v notINl VMT. I. rMngr ...arrlT.a 10: ir.p.nr ft, fnwnmicvr .....If.... 7 :M a.ni lu SI. 'ilKlit..- ,.kTl7 Wl .m. HI, rrKht..-. unip.ni. AI.LTStlaAII-T. l"f-lnrnln: train Ni.t, mi rnnnwllo r St. Imus ?.ry moi ntnit .tiJ kiwi Ctly orming xerl Mnnuny, fevr nlng train No fur hi. l.oula only W Sl.tGt.aTuS, Art All locnl slvertlMments op local no p.im on nam fere clisrrcd font the nts of 10 centicr line tor the Aral In- rtlnii auu o coins lor eacn suuaeqneiu usertlon. No special rates given to ny person not hsvluz a standing ad- ertltemoiiv. -Obituary notices mid Tribute or expect (re charged tor at the rata of oenti per line. sir. it nniii.fi r 1 110 for one anlma fod $1 00 lor each additional animal. TUI4 nafICQ mnrtfmin,1.-nfflt ""v r It.imnu"Hprnr H...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 22 February 1883

It la 14 it I y in f. jr Ut ut i u Ml PIANOS j. wTmay :i:t.Eii in ; Pianos and Organs, .ItKTIMONO, MO. Piano tuned slid Reps ired. Aln;sew Ir. ft Machine lor Sale ami n'lMlriiis "I all machines. Offlceat Ir. M. CJienb's Itrwg Wore. Cull ami see him, ORGANS ! ftOUTE JUaavs a Iayorue fhc Most Desirable Line TO AI L POINTS EASTandWEST. Better Time With LESS CHANGES Than any other Route, formsn., TimeTables.or say kitonnsUoa sail oaorUdrM W- T- Siiiltlsi. UiiIMkHi I. C. GAU.T, H.C.TOWSSEND Geo. Fat. Ar t, St. Uiiis.llo 2nd V. Prcs' bU Loui. Mo do i CP,., HENDERSON : kANtA CITY? MO. l OiniltK-. NrvtHfcil lfttw- IKirMra, l Willi 11 WraL-iMMiMatfAl ..'. N u l al lh-bJItf tUttt Of mtil in-nri, a'Kl ttt tin t yuftrnniml if uitiCM-y rriiintMii. ' twrpi rranIla. itvvr auwi rv rami-xj-t'l' l I ni;riBL Ku iwh'nf irnrku mwitrit"-" N, aefuii')a fnitu Ibjmhi-. AH niiU'liif fuftt-."tt--cwii l aatlruU at a itl-HtM-. Couil(ila r-alt r mrtu. A atuK mt rlntilr.n ( lutirkli lth wn-, acol I- 10 .Uvut tuij...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 1 March 1883

RicMond Democrat . -' -v -. PUBLISH 19 TJirjf?J5DflT EWUHGZ," ST. D. BOGIE.-3- xditoii ao rnotmiXTOm. OKI DOLLAR ptr par, hvarlatity is) AJvano! tlx Mnlh$, Sttmty-fv Cti't, DEMOCRAT. Oa Cspy, Cn ysa Cl.CO 71 iSttbm-riler out qf the county mutt rtmit 23 centte.clra to jaj iotyc. VOLUME XI RICHMOND, MISSOURI. MARCH 1, 1883- NUMBER 9 Richmond Democrat, THURSDAY F.VEXINIiH, rnY T 1). BOGIE -a- jtniTon a;u rnoritiKToR. TERMS: RICHMOND Da it. a kice, 1 RLS1DEMT tfft&X jjEaTlsfT RICHMOND, MO. OSUca Srat Soar aorta Dareaal'. Mm, C.T. Garner, Sr. I.W.Oarner. C.T- Garner.Jr- C.T.GAttXEU&SONS, f ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND, MISSOUBL Will practice In the State and Federal Court.. Collection promptly attended lo. Ollleo west side oi fiiiuiT, first door tiorili of Dat-neat's store. J. ED. BALL, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ltlCBMOND, Missoritr. Also Prosecuting Attorney of liny Co. OIHce In the e.i end of tho Stone build lug In Court House yard, Business promptly attended to. J. W. 8HOTWELL, ATTORNEY A...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 1 March 1883

4 ) H lr f jt ; Richmond Democrat! Till :H.MAY, MAHUl I. IbM. Ureal sufferings arc repotted 1 1 0111 theovei Howed diliicts in the Southern Sttc. II I.. It. lVtorwiu, tlic Kcprc- mutative from St. tiieivo county, lied in JeuVraou 1'ity, on Tuesday lift.. This U tliu first dr-ath that lias m-curred In the present legislature The ?t. laniis i;i)1c-l)einm-rt nays wild gt-roc arc Hying north ami it considers them much better proph ets than Ycnnur it Wiggins. We arc mt prepared to 01111011 tlic -1 -until we can hear tin; merry chirp of I liv Mile I'inl. The .Missouri Krec Tradu League w us organied Hi Kmiinis City, on Sat tirdav night lwt. Tho following otli rcrs were rk'i'tcil: Ex-Guv, J no. S. lTielp, of Bji "nijjlifl J, president; E. I.. Mm tin, of Raima City, Prof. Mo Analy, if Columliia, ami Clnrlt Irvine i.f hrnati, vioo presidents; and Al liprt Young, of Ransas City, secrets. There is strong talk in Congress of excluding nil printers from the (jovcrument printing oftico, at Washin...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 1 March 1883

1 - - 1 - -' ijitlnnont) cmocrat. Wabash, St L & Pacinc Ry TIME TABLE SO. 1. IVow In Effect. HOUND KiT. g, v,,inzr Ir-avra IWa.m. 4 i-..-..rf "'" J.';1?'!:' o. in, Krrltit i ;J' i nouNit WKST. No. , r.r.w.... IlVA riflS m". S.I l. Tlllllt....- J " Ho. I), rSlhU............. Ivr. 7;;r. .. n.. ALL THAIKfl DA11.T. tl-Mi.rnlnitlri.ln No t. m'"J"'r!" for Kt. Ionia rwr n...rnin n1 K J 4 fur SI. I.011U o " ' W. T. SiaaLttoK, Alt All local set VrtlomrnH or local no tices on Hill pnito arc charged font the rate of 10 Willi lcr line lor tlie lint in sertion ml conw f'r oarh iiiliqncnt Inicrtioii. No special rates given to any ticnon not having stsmliiig u vertlioiuctkt. arOhllunry notice Slid Tributes oj lloMK-ct are rharged for at the rate of I cents por line. Stray notices arc l CO for one anlms and $1 00 lor each additional animal. THI3 PAPER WMStfaJSVa Notice to Teaebers. 1 will hold an cxaminction In Klch mond, tbc 4tb Baturday In every month, reacliors must notaik for examination! M...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 1 March 1883

ACT -or THE - .or- Receipts aMExpeiitas Ray County, Missouri, -FOR Tllli- Year Ending December 31st, 1882. JAMES A. DAVIS, COLLIX'TOI.', IN Acrovxr WITH t'OVSTY KKVESUE l'USD. Januarrl. lvi. To amount liiiliuiie. To amount interest from ttnirlei iy eollei Uoiim. To iimonntR'.'ilitioiiiil inrielianls and iniiiiiiliie- tnre rs of lsM. To iimomit from Dram hIiop mid oilier J.ieense. To Hinoiilit tiixe ileliniiienl on !' k lax books. To amount land and K-riuiial tax l-ookx, 1 ":!. Toanumiit Waliswdi, M. l.onis .V 1'ueinc 1U 1. tax IK2, To Hmount M.Jov & St. Ionts 1,. 1.. tax loc To amount Western Inioii Ti-lrrali I'otn- iwiv, tax lw!. To amount nieivlnotn tax lioo!;. !:, To amount niamilaotiirerN tax 1mi!;, 1SSJ,' Jiy amount County Treasurer's reotnpt, Jiy amount commission on collections. Jiy amount delinquent March 1st lvrf on old books, lly amount Errors on tax books, lly amount lialaiiee. 11. iw 171' II l."2:4 S.l'n l.'.s.i3 n I'Vl hi 14 i; V 42 3-i i S3 24 s;si,;;:i7 4 JlDuarv,...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 8 March 1883

Riclimoefflocrai T llfns I) AY EVKNIXUS, -IIV- -2-T D. 3JOUIE-2- Kin run and murium on. TERMS: M ) t rtlBLISHto T. D. BOGIE, orron AITB PBOITOB. ONt homo ..-.,.. t.eo 76 On. Cspj-, Ola: rasnunja: iSuhnrribert out of this count; mutt remit 23 cent extra to y vHue. VOLUME XI RICHMOND. MISSOURI. MARCH 8. 1883- NUMBER AO ..... r ui wmjanao 'i i Aituanei; tit Month, ttt$Wy.flv$ Cent Richmond Democrat. RICHMOND DE RAT. UISSXI.IiAlTBO'O'a CASS DR. It. B. KICK, RFS1DENT fiihA DENTIST.T RICHMOND, MO. , oaic Ami aJ-Dwaaal'a sun, C.T. Gariur, Sr. J. W. Gariur. C. I- Qainsr, Jr. C.T.aAUNER&SONS, f ATTORNEYS AT LAW-f EICHKONP, MIMOCW. Will irct co In Hie State nml Federal Courts. Collections promptly nttcitdod to. C)llli went aide ol square, first door uorm 01 irnrncni ore. J. CD. BALL, ATTORNEY AT LAW. mcHMOND, Missouri. Also Prosccutlnfr Attorney of tiny Co. Oflico in the east end of tho Htnne hull,). Injr In Court House yard. Business fruiiiiiuj attenucu to. J. W. SHOTWELL, ATTORNEY AT LA...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 8 March 1883

Richmond Democrat THURSDAY, MARCH 8, Senator Kdtnund ha Wn elected president of thu V. 8. Snat in the .liu-c of David Pari. 'I . L . I 1 L. (!mieTe ha provided for the erection of a public building at Jpf fcrnon City, for a root Office and V, S. Court. The waW has not yet been uinip vd out of tho flooded mine at Hraid wood, Illinois, The number of miner who lout their live doe not seem to be diflinitely known. Ciov. Cleveland, of New York, ha NRtoedabill reducing fare on tin elevated railroads from 10 toicenta. This will cook his presidential goose and the bee had a well stop bur.xing til his bonnet. Congress was not willing to take the tax off salt nor sugar, for the ben flit of the poor people, but it removed the tax from bank capital and ueprm- ils which will only benefit the rich. li it time for a change? Two days before the session closed the Kepublicans admitted Sewing huui of St. Louis, as a member of the lower House of Congress in the place of Frost, which allowed him to dra...

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