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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 8 March 1883

Wabash, StL& Pacific Ry TIME TABLE NO. 1. Not lit r.flrrl. noi;.tit kakt. H. , lw IntMd ant.m. N'. 4, t'Mwiii.r nrriT. il p, m. No, II. Frrithl. IrntM H:iO m. 0. M, rraijilil. -.I I ;l p, m, 1IUUNO W(T, . 1, PnMHiKrr ....rrlfM 1l):p.m- Nu. , r.Mnmr UT T:0 .ni. No tl. KrHirlil....- ..W.V..7 l m.m. No. St, Krelhl. Imi Wl'i""" ALL tHAIKODAUY. trfMnrnlnir Irnln No. J, m.lif roniiMMIns for St. Unit rT.ry mnrnk$ anil K .!. Uty mornnnK rxrrit Mumliy. Lvmln; tr.ia No i tot SI. Iiouit only. W. T. SiKuutos, At Allloenl advertisement or locl no tier on tills pnjro are charged for at the rate of 10 mil per line (or the first In ecrilon and 3 cunt for each subsequent Insertion. No special rates liven to any person not having a standing ad vertisement. fkarObltuary notice and Tribute ot KmiwI arc charged (or at the rata of 6 cent per lino. Stray notice arc! 10 for one aniina nd 1 1 00 for each additional animal. THI3 PAPER EWS Sotlco ti Teacher. 1 will hold an examimtioii In inch taoud, tho 4...

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 March 1883

I i Richmond Democrat TIM'I!1).Y, MAIiCI! ft. Ii3. M altt "ifl't oVIivk i. m , ii M. unlay Ul the liatn of Mr. Mivrr ! Invi,tiriftr il th" mill lic it. en Plattf City ul Tracy, was riilirclr consilium! lis" fire, together with nrcn liorsos, ''00 bttalirl of corn, ulioiit seven ton of hay, sevrtat wln of 'lameMi ami Ixvl room set I'.ir liiretl liaiul who slrpt in room i.f the Imrn. The liorsr-s worn lr(fc. line, valuaMr animals, and were coif Hilorcil an ornament to our street as they used to ps through them with immense saw lojrs at their liwls. This i ajrrratealaniilylo Mr. Davis, psrliciiUrly as lie hss hail to stniirgle Mjrsinst a scries of misfortunes in late years, ami he certainly has the hearty svniiwthy of our people. We under- nIhii.I that the cauc of the hits was the carelessness of otic of the hands w ho, lighting a lantern iti the stable, threw the burning match uKit the ground where straw and hay was lay ing around loose. Landmark. A Soilalia preacher, never having tast...

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 March 1883

Richmond Democrat. THURSDAY EVKNIXU. -2-T D. ROGIE KiiiTun amd rnorniKTon. TERMS: Cm Cory Six srao.ttl 7S Ruhwribert out f the coiihi mutt remit 23 ctnt$ extra to ftay pwlayc. DEMOCRAT. PUBLISH!. D. BOGIE, 0f DOItff par yo variably VOLUME XI RICHMOND. MISSOURI, MARCH 15. 1883. NUMBER 11 RICHMOND utsxi.LArzev culms DR. R. & KICK.. DPITIST. I RICHMOND, MO. Oftlcs In tmm aartk Dmh Ssaia, C.T. Garter, Sr. J.W.Gan:r. C.T- Oiner.Ir- C.T. GAUNEIl & SONS, f ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND, ItlMOCaU. Will practlco In the Mate and Federal Courts. Collt-rtlons itromuttv iti.tnmfod to. OlHee west aide of square, lirst door purtu ui iraniears store. J. ED. BALL, ATTORNEY AT LAW. KICHMOXD, MI3SOUIU. A'8' Prosecuting Attorney of Ray Co. OIHco In the east end of the Stone build Ing In Court House yard. Business promptly attended to. J. W. 8HOTWELL, ATTORNEY AT LAWt RICHMOND, MISSOURI, i Will attend with diligence tnd euro to 111 business entrusted him. Offloo in Stone building in Court House yard...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 15 March 1883

Richmond Democrat TIILI1SUAY, MARCH 15, Thanks. This w(-m on tha Ohio mid Mississippi r'wtt re rfceding rapidly. The damage ha liecn im memw, biit we can breath aior wlifn we know thn flood ii abating. Tlie editor of the Kansas I'ily Jour nal say lie will revnt pe rwninl insull 1'npL Karris denounced liirn publicly in ii HNrli before the lower bouse of Mis souri legislature As a liar, slanderer, till- sifn-f. villain Mini that both .composed of men. the menneM of whom is the peer of I lie editor of tlie Journal, Immediale Jy Indorsed the rcmiiik of ('apt. Fur- Ik In suitable resolutions. Now if thin villimit bloviating editor wants to re sent an iiiKiilt 1ft liim step to the front lie run le nrcninnioilated. Wiggin failed to come to time with bit storm lust week, according to promise, and now they arc talking about sending him to a lunatic asy lum. Poor Wiggins! He ought to be allowed another trial. If he will pre dict probable warm, and either wet or dry weather, about the fourth o...

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 March 1883

tc(jmonb gnuotrat. Wabash, St L & Pacific Ry TIMS TABLE HO. 1. No. K., Kow In Effect. -iiottKU EAT. , I'uiFUf' '.are :IW.m. ..arrltr. H.HI . m. ...M.la.vi-a SMHn.iw. 4. I'.ornitTr.a no. w, might.. nouxD west. He. 1, Pnwrnrr .irrlTM laiSp.m- N. . ..enir.r . 7 :0 .ni. Nu lU Kn-luht... . " a.m. Mo, 17, rrtigM- im imp, m. ALL Till KKDAILT. 1-Mnri,lntrl No t, nwkM MiliMetloa ry it I Mon for ft. fanul only. W. T, SlNOLEtO. Aft Elder P. Ak.tr Iim hoinrht laree And TMiuhi rarm near lw.n and will move to It this sprintr. sxitne one addicted to the nicutina habit In Impressed with the idea Hint a food cigar needs no gilt band. As a kind of a weather prognostica tion, we venture that when the enuln octlul storm arrives there will be asliirht . a .... cnnnge in the atmosphere. "O whore are you golng.my pretty roaldf "To do tome shopping," the swee Of laid; "And wheref" he atked in clad wrnrlsc l"0,to J.C. nrown ACo.'i, who adver. tine." for Ht. l.ol ft.rT mnrninai Kar.Ma l.Ujr mornnna- rxc....

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 15 March 1883

Richmond Democrat Tin i:m)AY, march is, i-w OUH HtlOHBOKS. k.niMln fottlti?rmtr Atnuit 4 o 1 k, WKlmwlnjr morning llinllmlllt'liP,l,''Bilf ' ,r .?.tiiifi Ixiwry. on Kranklia .rwt, was .i.vstsnI to I on flro. The entire structure soon littninl to tlie ground. We understand tlint It M Inmired. i liot'liicneo. ItiirllngUtn and Qulnry i .iiiipanr. says Uie lkmUm Transcript, Is striifrgllng with very rrr-tty pro Inn nt the prewnt time. It litis pur rlinsoil the, Unrlington and tioiitliwrst- itn mad to give it Kansas City coir iir-ction and do the business now given to the llmmlhal und St Jrawpli, but Mr. Could mid associate, knowing the liiiflf). Durlinglon und CJiilntY lnul ol'U'ii talked of buying tliia road, took it to themselves, and have now opened negotiation to sell it toC'hicngo, Hnr litiglnii mid Qiiinry. The management l the C. 11. A VJ. is opposed to taking il. Hiid lias offered to take it at a dis count. To pinrlins the St. Joseph In to make tlictoiilri western road valueless...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 22 March 1883

Richmond Democra n - " ' ' - -j PUBLISHl9 T. D. BOGIE, ZDrroB ako rsonuToa. DOIti par (far, huarlnbl'j , A'duancti tig Mtnth; ttttUy-flw Ctnit, THURSDAY KVKMXllS, -S-T D. 'BOGIE -8-. , KtuToK amd rnorniETon. SWayiW TERMS: RIC H-MOND -DE M ( ) 0 1.CS 711 Oiu Coy 3-. filac nasvti Subtrrihcrt out of the count; tntt remit 25 crnUtttra to my fiorhtyt. VOLUME XI. RICHMOND. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 2. 1883. MIMHEll 12. Richmond Democrat. DR. R. a KICE, BKSIUL'HT I fctrryA DCNTlsfT ., 1 - 1 1 , iM RICHMOND, MO. OflUca im Um aonk TDl'i Wra, C. T. Garner, Sr. J. W.Gariur. C. T- Garner, Ir- C.T. GARNER & SONS, f ATTORNEYS AT LAYH- KICIIXOKD, UlsSOGM. Will pmrl flc In the State and Kedcrsl Court,. Collection promptly attended lo. Ortloe wct side 01 iKjiiarv, flrat door north of Dnrnenl's afore. J. ED. BALL, ATTORNEY AT LAW. KICBMOND, MISSOURI. Also rrOMCutlnff Attorney of Rny Co. OIHee In the etui end of the Stone build lug In Court Hoimo yard. Ituiliieia promptly attended to. J. W. 8H0TWE...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 22 March 1883

Richmond Democrat riU K.st)AV. Ai.uicn 22. is. The citizens of Sturgeon, Missouri have employed" man to Wo for coal. Iln in now down 550 feet with no coal yet. They prtofl to go i0 feet deeper, before giving tip the project. St. John, lately governor of Raima han been employed by the National Temperance Association, at a salary of -12,000 a year, to lecture. A big thing for St. John but a poor arrange ment for tlnwe who pay the bill. Th seventy days limitation for a session of t he legislature aa proviJed in the constitution having expired, our solous are now working for a dol lar a day and boarding at cheap hash houses. The Legislature will get through in almut another week. The bill establishing a State Hoard of Health has passed the House, and will no doubt pan the senate. It has many good provisions, and will no doubt be acceptable in this state. It provides for registration of births and deaths which will give us statis tics ni.t before to be had. Many lawyers have expressed a ...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 22 March 1883

sins ii J 1 H .V " i.cljmonb Democrat Of course tlie peache are til lint why discuss the question. killed, - Wabash, St L & Pacific Ry TIMS TABLE HO. 1. Pereonalt. Mr. W. II. Watkltm, a b farmer The city lin put down a now side "own T ' Junction, called ye walk on fjhaw street, from lltira"ess teniay, shop to Ixington street. Hn Kof in Effect nouxn b"T I, rnr. turrt (mu m. arrlt's Hi-mpin. Ko. Pasnr. Fs. ri. Trnrm- ItOUXD WMT. S5; S: rlr..v.:v...v..i."p.-- ALtTAllt BA1I.T. W. T. Sixotlion, A.t AU local dvrtlsements or local no tice, on this P" .re d-jrfhj-.... ol 10 cenla per line lor tlnnrsi in rmi and ceiVw for each .ubaeqnent uoi navm Jlessr Jlrown & Wifc-rington are building llob. Asliury'. new residence. out on the Islington road. Tlie Short Hum breeder Annotation I meet at Srdiilla on the 4th of April and our local organization should be represented. We are now jiist at that period, that comes around every 0 month, where the day. and night. . anof eqfml length mMmVM fa...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 22 March 1883

Richmond Democrat 1 IIL ftSOAV, MAltCIl K. 183. JfllJII LH'LSKK. 'I he llnvalng If ill I 1h Home Ytlthonl a Vale U Spare. Jurrrnsos City, Mo., March i:itli. Tlio Downing high-license hill pnwJ the House Oils morning hy a dure run- Btitutlonal majority, after mnsiderolile effort mailt t postpone or defeat I hi 1.111. Tli bill passed a follows: Sec. UliW. Applications for a license as ii dram-shop keeper shall of made In writing to the county court, and shall state, specifically, where the drain Is to takept, nnd If the Court shall lieof the opinion that the applicant is a person of gootl character, the court may gram a licenM for (ill months. Provided, how- ever, that if the court shall Ix of the opinion Hint the applicant is a person of good character, and the petition re quired In section five 5042 of this chap ter contains the proper names subscrib ed thereto of two thirds of the assessed tax-pa Ing citizens, as shown by the lat previous annual assessment of the city, incorporated...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 29 March 1883

Richmond Democrat. TnurtsDAT Evxxrtfdrj," faT' , T D. BOGIE r.MTvin . raor-aiston, TERMS: On p j-, suae AAthA T B Sitkcrilrcri out of the eoiiy tnmrf rmt'( 25 wt wra to iay fKntagt. Richmond Democrat PVBUSHStr" " 1 H - - T. D. BOGIE, smoB Aim noraiTTon, RICHMOND DE Al dr. n. a kick, if . RICHMOND, MO. 0k Snt m aaatfc tt DtnmTt tan. C.T.Duisr.Sr. j.w.0anr. aT-fliner,Ir-C.T.GAUSER&SOSS, ATTORNEYS AT LAWf UCUMOXD, MISMVBa. Will pract'ne In ths Htite and Federal Coart. Collection promptly arenod to, office wt id oi wiiir, 0rst doer north of Darneal's storey : - .. J. EO. BALL, 5 ' : ATTORNEY AT LAW. RtCnilOMD. MISSOCAL Also Prowenthic Attorney of Rsy Oei OIHoe In the 't imI of ih Bumm bnlhl. In I" Court Hoax Turd. Matin promptly attended to. J. W. SHOTWELL, i - ATTORNEY AT LAW, RICflUOSD, MUWOLTU. Will attend with dllie-ene and Mr lo all business ntrutel him. OrBoe h 6tone building la Conrt Uoa yard. IAVCIOCK A. iAWttOCK ATTORNEYS AT LAW AK9 NOTARYJOSIIC, Will practice In th Court o...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 29 March 1883

Richmond Democra TIIUK-SIUY, l.U.lt 29, im. A fire at Brunswick on Sunday nijfht destroyed two big tobaeco fao tcrion, the jiroperty of A. O. Konncily mi J The. Kr-asly. " J)i W. 1). Winston, the penitenti ary physician at JclTcraon City, died on Saturday last alter a short illness. Ilo u quite a younff man, not hav ing reached hii 30th year. Lent cloned with Easter, last San- Jay. Theso are matter with which the rrotentant world have but little to do with, as they are confined to the Catholic, and to some extent to llio Jew. l!ob Crinnstant, of the Cameron District Herald, has a greater con tempt for the brass-mounted liar who cdiU the Kansas City Journal, than we havo, which would indicate a degree to high and deep that it can not be computed. Timothy O. Howe, Tost Master General of the United States, died at Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Sunday last after a short illness of pneumonia. His wife died two years ago. This loaves a vacancy in the cabinet of President Arthur. Gov. Crittenden ...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 29 March 1883

Eicjjmonfr Democrat. Wabash, St L& Pacific Ry TIMS TABLE SO. 1. Sow in Effect. BOUND KAST. No, I, Pnmf' trarea t ona.nt. No. I, rntwnicer arrlTM U;10.m. Ko. tt. FrelrliL ...........l..a SMOp.m. Hq. la, Freight . ,..,..ltava 7 :SI p, m. BOUND WKST, I, Passenger ..atTlY. 10:15p.ni No. n, rNenKrr ,..,.le.vr. 7:."0 a.m. No. II, Fniltht.. Ies 10 40 i.m, Mo, 7, lfr4glit....- IntTM llttp.lu. iUtUIIII DA1LT. J-Vnrnlnn trsln Mot, main ennneetlnn for St. liniR eT.rjr morning .ml K.r,.. City mnrnnng ecppt AlnnUay, kvenlng train No i for Si. I.0111. only. W. T. SisolstoK, All All lowil advertisements or local no tices nn this page, are charged fop at the r;o ol 10 pen l per line for tlie first In sertion and 6 eotits for each tubfequent Insertion. No special rates given to any portion not having a standing ad vertlaenient. fOrObltiinry notice and Tribute) ot Reapm-t are charged for at the rata of I ecnti per lino. Btrny notices are 1 60 for one anlma and 1 00 for each additional aulnial. TK...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 29 March 1883

Richmond Democrat 1 UfRSDAV, MARCH , lv. Hlif r man doctiout to call a IH-rial ss.n of tie Iowa legislator t. r-Ntibinit ihe prohibition question, uti the irrounl ihM iiroposui to iiinenil th delist ilu I ion uf the state unnot (rijfinl in ft siieoial -ion. Mv Rerwrally have fine weather," she aiii,"etooiit when the tun etc . the IWbaoot." "Why, tny deer" he mid, "yon don't mean the l'enob nof.tr' "Olil dear, do," the earlairo e d, "Of pourso 1 don't mean that, 1 mean the rsMamaqurxlilyt'' There U an awful UU of affairs in littlo Michigan town where a type setter substituted the word "widow" for "window." The editor wrote: "Tlie wimlr.w of the church nerd washing very l)dly. They are too dirty lor ny ic, nj rn a dUgrnfe to oir villnijn." "l I.e closing ee-nlenrc of the 1'ev. W.wnisn Sinvth fn-st sermon a pastor at New Haven u th JkTipt urn namtairn. "Arise, let u to hence. The reporter of one. of the local miters, whose reliffous education ..perns to have been saJly neirleotcd rende...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 5 April 1883

Richmond Democrat. Til CHS DAY EYENtNUpi ! -2-T D. BOGIE 2-' Mil 10H Alt l rnOPIIIKTOR. ViVsf-.YvN TERMS: Richmond Democrat -sua FVIUIHt ST. D. BOGIE. KM-roa auts nofnvroa. J I A 1.5 i a u I sf .V i.oe 78 Ojx Copy, Olx !M.nUtl tSitturrilirrt out of the eouitt; mutt remit !23 centttxtra to yxry porta ge. Volume xi. niCilJlOiND. MISSOUHI, THURSDAY. Altl'IL 5. S83. - NUMBER I I. 0N DOUAH ptt (.a, vart,Uf ft RICHMOND q a rr DR. R. B. KICE, " RESIDENT (fibrX rDEMTIST. r -vtg. RICUMOKD, MO. , I ) Oaica rst sat lIDuid'i Urn, C, T, Garier, Sr. I. Y7. Oir.:r. C. 7- Garner, Ir C.T.OAUSEU&SONS, f ATTORNEYS AT LAW BICBMONE, allSSOVaU. j- Will pvaet'co In the State and Federal OourU. Collections promptly attended to. Ofllce west side ot square, flrst door north of Darneal's ttnrrj, . . J. ED. BALL, ATTORNEY AT LAW. RICHMOND. MISSOURI. Alio Prosecuting Attorney of Rny Co. Offlee in the wt end of the Stone batluV Ing In Court Hons, yard. Business promptly attended to. "-; , , J. W. 6HOTWELL, i...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 5 April 1883

. Richmond Democrat THL Il.lAV. AHI1I. 6. lhWt. Tlie legislature of Minoviri ad journed at iiuoii in Monday Uat, ami 1 all left lor Imino. i - ' .. . . A Mil h enacted into a law by " tlio l.r-jrialaturo allowing rrubate Jiid(to in tliii alato to pi action law in other courts than their own. Tlii la a good law and works well. Walker y. (jrcsliam, of Indiana, )iaa been aiuinted Tout Master Gen rral in the place of Timothy O. Howe, lWo death we mentioned last week. Tliua our C. I. til ley in pushed aside for an oliMiira man never liefore heard of in thin iteetioii. The money and bond in the I'ni ted feUten Treasury arc being count ed by a cvuiiuiiUcic of cxpuita, to ace if the aw-ets arc all there. The loss of a few millions would hardly be jiotieed from such a ijtiantity of mon ey as there is in lliu jrovoriiiiirnt vaults. l'lattaburjr Kc'jriMer: Farmers, have you iliTCstiirateil the jjrowinjr of Held i-veds in this county? This year stands as thu (irvt in this enterprise. I pto liti...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 5 April 1883

lltcbmonb cmocrnt. Wabash.StL&PacinoRy TIME TABLE HO. 1. ' flow In Effect. bounii KAvr. : r 3, la..anirr .. .,! l:'Ai,m tin. 4, riariiirr. ,i-rtv. SiMp. m. . 11. FrriirhU , .ii..va s:iO.m, 1.. 7:Sv, m. Mo. M, rrllil.. . noDM) writ. Ke. S, rowlDTT M..rrlTi in np.hl' No. , I'n.HfiiKfr ! " Ni II, rralirlil........... . .! 10 J am. Mo. 17, rmghl Itm 7i!i,ni. ALL TUIM DAILY, IJ-Mm-nlnit train No . mkn rorniK-llon for St. luia f?trjr m.nlnK n,l Kar.M.C'lly nnnnni cpl Monday, kv.nlng lrin Ho i fur Hi. Jjui only. W, T. SlKuL.ro:, Art All local mWertlnemi-nU or local no tfiws on till piiK" are charged for lit tlig raio o! 10 ccnta per line for tlm flrnt In-M-rtlnn and 9 cents Tor f ach snb'eqncnt Inwrtlon. No .cial rates Riven to any person not having a standing ad vertisement. IQrObltunry notices am Tribute ot Riwpwt bit elmrged for at Hit nite of t cent per line. Btrny notices arejl 00 for one anlma nil f 1 00 lor cili additional nlinl. mv bo fom-fl .-.n f " ft n,vr. cnu.iiir luiTVLiii...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 5 April 1883

Richmond Democrat TllL'ltsD.VY, At'KIL t, 1W-3. 1 II IT t'RKt kLE-t'KKD WIRI Mir I. lo KMbbtk Nrhool H Oiitofllrr llh. Th frorkle-isx little girl was tent Id SabUtu cliool last Sunday to counteract the effect of lior remarks to the parson mid litw that the fam ily was not quite as wicked as kIi liidmadc it appear. The teacher t.ild the class about Jonnh, nd oil tir ed tu answer any question the cliil .Irun wanted to k about ilieauipris in ad.entures of the man who was thrown overboard for Inrk and wal lowed for a sprat. The htlle girl slopped making face at the boy with larjre earn in the next class and wanted to know if the whale in the tor was in the Common Council. 'lUlady hiniled at the question, and taking iq-cia pride in her peculiar knack of "drawing out" children and nnalviins tho operations or their mi niature iiiimU, slie inquired the rc son of tht- qur gtiiiu. "I didn't know." snid the IrcilJ.tl faced irirl. '-Voiir husband is in the t tumnon Council 'n my pa m lie's pit ...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 12 April 1883

" Richmond -Democrat 111 . nBUSHIB T. D. BOGIE,-f orroa Aim noMuiga. 0OU4ff pr rar, Invariably it 4.va-en; tit Mtnth$, $$mtg-lui C-f TIllllMlAY F.VI',Nl";. i "rnvt -ST D. BOGIES kmtoii anh riinfHiKron, ' TERMS: Una C:ty, Uiz mo t 7 3 Slcrilif.f out of the vuiiih tatml remit i 3 cmtacirtra to jmi fwstngt. VOLUME XI. RICHMOND, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, AKPJL 12. 1883. NUMBER 15. Richmond Democrat, RICHMOND () 0 RA I-EIa .A-T-EOTJ'a -. DR. II. Ii. KICK, 1 HI '81 CUNT I fcfrWW- I DWTisfT RICnMOND, MO.' OSIci tr st Soar -Nth " OuhiI'i Stan, C. T. Garn3r. Sr. J.W.Qira:r. C.T- Gamer.Ir- C.T.OAILNEU&SOXS, ATTORNEYS AT-LAW-- RICHMOND, ISSOUB YVY11 pr.ictce ii the Ude and Ki-tlorTH Court. Co'lerilons promptly attended to. Ofllce win side ol square, first door worth of Daruciil's store. J. CD. DALL, ATTORNEY AT LAW. McnMOND, Missouri. Also Prosecuting Attorney of Kiijr Co. vmicn in ma easr, end or the mone build' lux In Court flouce yard. llualness promptly attended to. J. W. SHOTWELL, ,'- ATTOR...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 12 April 1883

Richmond Democrat UJIUiSPAY, AHtU, li. ISWi. A notice of the death of I'ctcr Coo'r,-otio of llii" miwl noted wen df (Iiia country, por In mother L TliO (iorernor Iim apHint!J James M. Staples, of Chariton minify, Mate Tobacco Injector. A (food appoint ment, anil one. tlial will ivo mi-faction. A thriv-story lintel, at Greenville, Texas, fell on Tuesday night last ith a heavy crash. About 15 persons perished from being killed by the falling timbers or lii' tiro that follow rd. The hotel proprietor and his wife were of the iiiiiiiImt. lly a decision of the Supreme Court of tlio T'niteJ Stntos in a ease known hsi tho Kirkbiide mil, the township in which Lexington is situated, will have to pay tlio hnnd issued in n id of the St. Ixul anil St. Jnrrailroml. These amount i'h interest to aliout $Kit,0(IO,aiid will I an awful burden for one township to shoulder. Democrats, or at least inrli who succeeded in flitting lVmoctatic nominations and were elected by the votes of Democrats in tlio ci...

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