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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 21 June 1883

mn abash,StL&PcinoRy TIME TABLE HO. 1. ow In F.lTect. BOUND 1? AST. Ifr. . Pnr I n . Ko. 4, PeiM-nitef . Ho. M. rri-lrhl. Ko.M, Freight. , arrives I'l.mn. in. ,.lrM Hi op m. ,.leTft J m. DOUKn WMT. Ns. a, fMMiK V1 rUT'M T'm AM. THAIKl DilLT. Mnrnliis Irnln No.t, ! for Kr. i;itj eeerjr ,'r,!l"C ( meSMConnw.llon ( unit .11. i.oun Kvnli . Mo for St. loi onlr W. T. Sikolsto, Agt All local ailvertlsomrmts or local no. tlrs on this KO urn char! fomt the rate ol 10 cents Vr Hue for the first In sertion and 5 cenU for each subseqnont Insertion. No special rals Blven to any person not having a standing ad vertisement. K)bitiiar notices and Tribute ol Reoiwct are charged for at the rata ol I Mill per lino. Stray notice are$t 00 for one anlma and $1 00 lor each additional animal. Retlee lo Teacher. 1 will hold an examination inltlch mond, the 4th Saturday In every month. Teachera must not ask tor examinations al other times. J. W. Tanqiuhv, County Bohool Com. Ride in the New Omnibus, Jr. 1...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 21 June 1883

TUESDAY, JUL! 3rd. Tlx JVEirii.-ty Mammoth AND GIGANTIC COLOSSUS Of all AmiiHCmfnl Organisation! ranoplied in S.H. BARRETT &CO'S NEW UNITED RAILROAD SHOWS Oriental Circus, Egyptian Caravan and Universul Exposition of Living Wonders Positively Coming, and wMl exhibit in all its vast entire ty. 3 Large Menageries Combined ! Herds of Elephants! ,.. Mammoth Double Horned lUiiiKHtrosJ A Herd of Giraffes! Pull Grown Ostriches! Tolar and Grizzly Hoars! Sea Lions and Sea Leopards! Birds, Kcptiles, Amphibia! A Museum of Wonders! A Veritablo JS'oah's Ark! Melittlciug all other Exhibitions into DWARF-LIKE INSIGNIFICANCE. -The BIGGEST and 'BEST CIRCUS - ; Ever Oxrsrstxxlssecl! 100 'EMPLOYING 0VE1M0O CHAMPION PERFORMERS. Lead by the Great, the Only MR. ROBERT E. STICKNEY, The Premier of the Arena. IVIisjs Emma Xjals.e, . . The Greatest Living Horsewoman on Earth. Mil. CIIARIES EWERS, The Famous Four and Si Horse Eider. The Marvelous Triple Bar Performers. MISS JENNIE EWERS, In Ler chsiniinj;...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 28 June 1883

Richmond Democrat T. D. BOGIE, MToa ui nonuroa. 0f r par, tH-jortabff ft tivmtti tit Kmtkt, ttimtf.fi Ctxt THURSDAY EVF.XINfIS, -a-T D. BOGIE -S- SD1TOII AND I'ROrKIBTOn. TEtaMS: RICHMOND DEMOCRAT. C1.09 78 On! Ooyt montixs tSiibfribemout oftho count; titunt remit 25 cmltettra to pay pontage. VOLUME XI. RICHMOND, MISSOURI. THURSDAY, JUNE 28. 188JJ. NUMBER 20. Richmond Democrat. DR. R. B. KICK, DENTIST, r &L I BIS1HF.HT RICHMOND, MO. OSUc Irat tmm Mfc fDtraaU1. IM, C.r.Girier.Sr. I. W.Barner. C.T- Gamer.lr- C.T.GAKNMt&SONS, f ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND, MISSOVsU. Will practice In the State nnl Kedcri Court. Collections promptly attended to. Offlee wet sldo ol square, flrtt door north of Iarneal' atom. J. CD. BALL, ATTORNEY AT LAW. RICHMOND, MISSOURI. Also Prosecuting Attorney of Ray Co. Oflloe In the east end of the Stone build ing In Court House yard. prumpuy aranueu to. Bualneu J. W. 8HOTWELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, RICH MOND, MISSOURI. W1U attend with diligence and cure to II bus...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 28 June 1883

Richmond Democrat TtlUJtsDAY. .It'NK 2. mi KIW .tames M. Hnnry, an cll ml iwitcl Miniilpr of tlm Christian t-kun-h, lii"'l lit Cliilliootlie, latit Mon day, at lli (T of Ci yrara. Nearly all llio railroads running runt from Kt lnuis have boon rot oil by tlm high waters on the cast side of tlm river. Tlio great Ameriran bottom is now on Mf pond. We aee a statnnriit in tlio Lawson "Uaette that our whilom lri end, T. 1', Monlort, i going to atari a I ein- ooratio paper at Kxctlaior Springs If he doea we hope he will make i success of it. If ho come to the ilem ocratio fold wo will take bark what we have aaiil about him in the pad An order haa been issued from Washington City to connolidate cer tain Internal Revenue eolloetion dis- t riots so as to reduce the number from 12ii to Si. In Missouri the first and second district are consolidktnd under the name of the first, and the fifth and aixth under the name of the sixth, with Philip Dopier collector. That is the district in which we liv...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 28 June 1883

Itmocrat. Wabash,StLSc Pacific Ry TIME TABLE SO. 1. iw In F.ITcct. rtOUNO BART. No.M, rmghl Lav.ai'.SiP, m. BOUND WMT. , r..-nr, s- c:s:Tr :,7.v;i"."?r.. SJ. 51; ESRfczr..:.... - ':",,'m- AM. Tl DAILT, trln'No4n.r3l. l-oul. only. W. T. SiKowrorf, A All local wlvertiMiinnt o' V?1, n. tloci on tliU pHjrfl are clianrel rt r ol 10 " l I' " f,,r " Br,t ln: Urtl" i anJ eei't for racli ii.bqnt W on No iwoclftl rat. Klven to "y Pr"on not having a standing; su vertlaeinen';. I-Obltnary notice and Tribute ol Uol are charged fr at lbs rats of 6 cent per line. fitray notlcci are tl 00 for oni anlms snd $1 00 tor each additional animal. Sollce to Testher. 1 will bold n cxaminttion lu Klch mend, the 4lb Saturday ln every month, teacher, muni notaik for exaralnaUona at other tlinoi. J. W. Tascuakt, County Bchool Com. Hide in" the New Omnibns ;witITER CO., tVMesilforpasMnger.lii any part ol the city with their new 'B.i at Uw u.u 1 price, l-eave order, at Whltmcr ft Co Stable. mt) Hay County Medical...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 28 June 1883

fT m EM, Tlx 3VEiS;lity Mammoth Monarch AND GIGANTIC COLOSSUS Of all Amttsemr nt Organization rnnoplied in S. H. BARRETT &0O'S NEW UNITED " Oriental Circt Egyptian Taravan and Universal Exposition of Living Wonders Positively Coming, and w'll exhibit in nil its vat entirety. EX -V- 1 1 J A. 3 Ijargc Menageries C'-omliined I 1 Herds of Elephants! Mammoth Double Honi"l Rhinoceros! A Herd of Giraffes! Full Grown Ostriches! Folar and Grizzly Jeai! Sea Lions ami .Sea Leopards! '"' KirK Keptilcs, Amphibia! A Miisotun of Wonders! A Veritable .Noah's Ark! l'.ilittlclnu till othT DWARF-LIKE INSIGNIFICANCE. BIGGEST and BEST CIRCUS The Ever OraretxixsseciZ 100 EMPLOYING OVER 100 CHAMPION PERFORMERS. Lead by the (lrt-t, the Ocly MR. ROBERT E. STTCKNEY, The rremier of the Arena. JjX.&& Emma Xjv1?lo, The Greateot Living Horsewoman on Eat tli. Mil. CHARLES EWERS, The raiiiotiH Koai and Six lioiee Eider. The Marveloua Trijde Bar Perfurnicrs. MISS JENNIE EWERS, In her charming equestrien...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 5 July 1883

Riclunond Democrat PUBLISH! ST. D. BOGIE, 3- rroB ajto nonKiroa. one DOHA pr par, yW6, tdutuini lit Kmtht, lfrtHr.n e. DEMOCRAT. 76 ,Sttbcribers out of the count if mutt I rii(23cnej;(ra to pay pontage. VOLUME XI. RICHMOND, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 5. 188?. NUMBER 27. MmoMDeiiiocral TIIL'IWDAY KVKNIXCS, -2-T D. JKXilE r.unoii and rnontiKToit. TERMS: RICHMOND CT.0aratr.8r. J. W.Girner. CT-Qaratr.Ir C.T.GAUNEU&SONS, f ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND, 1II880VML Will practice In the .State mid Kedemi Courts. Collection, promptly attended to. Oltlec west side ol pqiiHro, 11 rot door norm or uarncars stnro. J. CD. BALL, ATTORNEY AT LAW. RICHMOND, MISSOURI. Also I'roseeutlng Attorney of Ray Co. tJllico in the wi end of th. Stone build ing In Court Hours yard. liuslneM promptly attended to. J. W. 8HOTWELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, RICHMOND, MISdOURI. Will attend with dlllgonce and ciro to an ui.niiiri.ii enirusieu mm. UMIco III Btone building In Court House yard. LAVELOCK it LAVELOCK. ATTORNEYS 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. — 5 July 1883

Richmond Democrat THUKSDAV, JI I.Y 6, ltw.1. Two Virginia, .litom fought a duM last Friday, nar Waynesboro. For tunately, th fool-killer wu not it-mml and no peraori wa killed. f-" - f .Senator U. G. Vent l at hi home in Sodalia. Ilia health ii rii(or'l and his re-election a certainty. There re no fence to repair anywhere along the whole line of hi bailiwick. Gazette. i ,j . i A negro man waa handed ly muli at Bowling Green, in Tike county, the latter part of laat week, for com mitting a fiendish outrage on a young lad? near Louisiana. He confessed the crime and also other misdeed. The cyclonic period, predicted by Prof. Tioe, haa about run out and it is united that we will have a let up on funnel-shaped clouda for awhile, Ray county haa been fortunate thi year, an all the bad wind storm have misted ns. .... . 1 The little "red-ahirted boy,' who run a monthly paper at Excelsior Springs, gave McCray red hot ob ley of paper bullets in hia last issue. If we are called upon to judge of ...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 5 July 1883

Icmocrat. Wabash,StL& Pacific Ry TIME TABLE NO. 1. Now In Effect. nOtlKI) BAST. Hit. . Pn INo. 4, p"ifr No, 11. Prrlvlil. No.lH, might. DOU!n WMT. Ma. S. hMHM - "" l'?' No. ft, VnfCT No 11, FrtlRlit No, tl, rreioht.... ALLTVA1HI 0A1LY, tut .t..M UM7 Mtr, nw.ri.lnir jna W. Uuls IralnNot lor SI. Ixiuli only. W. T. SlxaMtoil, Aft .arritr. ll,Wp. m. Ii-atf rt:Mlp ni. Irave I:' I". Hi. Irnvra : ..Irnvf-H 10 W m. ., Ihvh 7 :f l. ni. All local alvrllwnt or local no tices on tlil prijre are clmrT"l for at I lie rate ol 10 conl per line (or the first in sertion and cent f' --h sitlwi'M"" Insertion. No special ru given to any person not having a standing ad vertisement. t&-Obltuary notices and Tributes ol Hcapect are charged (or at thi rate or 6 cents per line. Stray notices are 1 80 for ono an I ma and $1 00 for each additional animal. Sotlee to Teachers. 1 will hold an oxaminction In Ktcu moud, the 4th Saturday In every month, feachors must not ask for examinations at other times. J...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 5 July 1883

J J, ..Richmond Democrat TIM IISHAY. Jl l.Y 5. 1WS. r Full hit tkf ( Ulrm. I'arl.'. Sim, -'"Ssy, 1 tlmnjrlil you was K"'nt-' try to lon'l ilitlcrent life," tlir frrooprymmi lotlio l'l 1V. "1 m jfoinif to loacl kilillorcut hilt a hoy can't, rlmnpo Ms wlinlt. roiirM? of lifp in a minute, run hot Grown prrsons liavr to jfti on ".roll lion for six month hrforo tliry mn loil different life, ami Imlf tin' tim they list Uicir cml In fore the six; months empire, mid Iisvp to com mcnee again. 'Whit is thin I lifar about v"'r fiphtinjf duel with the mmisti-r n your hark yard and wounding liim In the leg, and trying to drown him self in the cistern t nn of yom new neiffliWs wan in hero this morning and told me there wax murder in the air at your house last, night, and they were going to havrt the policr. pull vour ulaee. as a disorderly house. 1 think yon were at the hnttoin of the whole, business." HI. its all a dnrn lie, and those lieighhors will find they had better Rsr- still alioul its, o...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 12 July 1883

Richmond Democrat PUSU8HE9 T. D. BOGIE3- xditos ajtd aonaroa. vVf OOlMff f gear, Invariably to Ivanee; Bit Heath, teemtt-fve Ctr THURSDAY KVENINUS, . -2-T D. BOGIE -2- IPITOR AND PROVniKTOn. OCRAT. T5RMS: On Csyjr, On ' syi.OO On Ccpy, 0Lx um&um 7 C Sitbtcriber out of the county must remit 25 tente extra to pay portaye. VOLUME XI. RICHMOND, MISSOURI. THURSDAY, JULY 12. 1885J. NUMBER 28. Richmond Democrat. RICHMOND DEM CT.Gimer.Sr. I.W.Qanicr. CI-Garner, Jr. C.T.GAKNEIl&SONS, f ATTORNEYS AT LAW WCEMOHD, MI8BOCBL Will practice In the State and Federal Count. Collections promptly attended to. Office went aldo ot square, first door norm 01 warnears iinro. J. CD. BALL, ATTORNEY AT LAW. RICHMOND, MISSOURI. AISO PrOHMuUn Afrsirnitv f t?. Omoe In the cut end of the Stone build' Ing In Court House promptly Attended to. yard. Business f. W. 8HOTWELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, RICHMOND, MISSOURI. Will attend with diligence and rare to II business entrusted him. Office In Stone building In Court...

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 July 1883

Ml 4 f Richmond TrUM'!) A Y.JULY 12, Tim cotton worm I lUmsginfr th urop in AUInmt nd othtir Southern i.tt. llj uliutl.ing down tlif Iron Works, nt Allfiitown, Pcnnnylvsnis, '1,200 " men wrc llirown out of employment. o kUiiiM re rtwpiired on rastclien nml Bank rlir-ok now. You onpht in liny your muti'lir-a 2 rents ehespot on the liox. - A tmiik at IJelleville, Illinois, wa rolilieJ nf nearly l.fMX in broad day light on Saturday last. Will tlie ilol)(!-l)morral any "Poor old III- The Seilalia Democrat aaya Gov. Crittenden Iim not paid the amount duo for subscription to tliat paper, llo is too busy posing liefore the pub lic as living embodiment ol all tlial m worth looking nt in the way of a Governor who in enforcing the laws by newspaper interviews. He oan'i uotico little thing like an lionet dobt to a newspaper. A careful reading of the evidence given before the Coroners jury, at the in.iuest over the body of Hen P. reel, killed at Plattsburg, last Sat urday week, by Faulkner Kenn...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 12 July 1883

jjictymonb jcmofraf. Wabash, StL&. Pacific ly TIMS TABLE SO. 1. Now In Effect. HOUNU KAST. K. 4, r"in Hn. M. rrct)it. Ho. US, freight. .nrrlrr" l'iipin. ,.lnif :i m. BOUND WEST. Mo, '17, Freight " IndnNol forHt. onlr. W. T. l"t.TOH, Agl A U local iulvertlcm-nt or loom no- on thU pRO lire charged for lit the rate ol 10 conM ht nnc i"r - "rtlon and cent, for feh "l''l"',nj Insertion. No irfdl tos given i to tny porion not having itamllnjf d yerliicmcnt. t-Oiltuiiry notice and Tributes ol Kespect are charged for at the rat of eenU per lino. ptray notices aretl 00 for one unlnia and $1 00 Tor each additional animal. tuTo Da Dtnptw ir; 2?$: I lliv im ""'. - ...s.r,. ..l.r...Uli. biatMlokWu i J.MV VORK. Sot Ice lo Teatlicn. 1 will hold an examination Inlllcli mond, the 4lh Saturday tn every month. Teacher! must not ask for examination at other time. J. W. TaX41v, CountV School Com. Ride iiTtlie New Omnibus. : HlT.HEIt CO., Will call for passenger In any part ol the city with their new...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 12 July 1883

Richmond Democrat Til VIISDA V, J ULY iw TIC BAD BOTH AMBITION, II Retire litis NosH Water am aMOMalai a renaaarat I'nl Una a a Haper la a ThtMre, ltalsf leBrcom Sra Bmib. "Yon look sleepy," nai'l tlir itro- ceiy msn to the bad boy, an lio rain 1 in the store yawninp, ami stretched himself out on the counter with hia hod on a pilo of brown wrapping paper, in reach of a box of raisins; "what's the matter? Jleon sitting tip , vith your (fill all night" - "Naw! 1 wish 1 hal. Wakefulness with my (rirl ii sweeter and more restful than sleep. No, lhi !h the result of lieing a dutiful m, and 1 am tired. Vim we. pa and ma have separated. That is, not for keeps, liut pa h R"l frightened about bur glars, and he goes up into the attic to aleen. Ho savB it is to get fresh air. but lie, knows better. Ma lis , got o aeeustomed to pa's snoring ' Inst she can't go to sleep without it, and the first niht pa left she didn't sleen a wmk. and rcsterilsjr I was plsying on an old accordion that 1 traded ...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 19 July 1883

x::r: irn Richmond Democrat S-T. D. BOGIE, 1 kditoii AMD nomtra, , ' "F 00LIA per fiat, toiMireey d ; Hi Kontht, frtWt-flv C I 7f . THURSDAY EVENINGS, BT D. UOG1E-2- B1IITOK AND VnOPRICTVH. TERMS: On ey, Cat 5-T ajl.CC On CcpjT. Six saons-Bei 7 Stibict'ibern out of tfie count; mhk! remit 25 cmtotxtra to wfy ioUiy(. RICHMOND VOLUME XI. 1UCIIMOND, MISSOURI. THURSDAY, JULY If). 1880. NUMBER iiO. Richmond Democrat, DEMOCRAT. C.T.Ssmcr.Sr. l.W.Girier. CT-Garicr.Jr. C.T. GAltXEIl & SONS, -ATTORNEYS AT LAW- MOBXOKPkXIMOVBl. Will iimctlon In the State mid Federal Court. Collections promptly attended to. Ottine west aide 01 .qinire, llret door north or Uarneal'a store. J. cd. ball; ATTORNEY AT LAW. RICHMOND, MISSOURI. A 1 0n PunMAHllna A ...... - M si , "'": niwrncj OI liny VO. p(Uee In the east end of the Stone build Li? ln.10o"r Hpaw yard. Business rii7 nuanin to. r -a W. HOTWELL, ATTOENEY AT LAW, RICHMOND, MISdOURr. Will uttenJ with diligence and nr to 11 business entrusted T,n,, offl...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 19 July 1883

Richmond Democrat t r- -t 1 'TJir ltflAY,4l?I.Y 19. 13. Minimi xprinff aid t have Jmh diwnrerr'rl nrar Troy. Hon. Win. S. Etfing, myr nf llie tflly VSu I-Cnii, wa married In Miw Maria r'ldiiinjt, f Vinwinra, lml ivi TiNday niorniii)i Iat. Maiy Ann i;hnillfr,"ntliT of I ho S-'creUry of III1 Navy, died at lir rraMenee in Concord, N. Y., i fcat Hh1j night, K"1 cijfht y-twn. L - . - U. '- The Circuit Juilofn of lh Ntal have f-wmril an (irjraniratioli of whii'h our oij friotid, Judfre (., II. Itiirok liartt, of Iliintavillo, i pi-cnidr-nt. Thoy will hold a ineetinv at Swwt Springa on the 27th of this month, Tim Moliorly City Council waned an iird'matirw limiting th number of oaloon in that town to seven. The ordinance i.t not - worth paMT on which it ia written, aa no town can have mu li iKiwpr nmlor the miiMi- tution. Itm. UiMlrmyie, of the tVntialia fiaaril, in moving into Inn liatnlwimo new ofhV thin ww'k, anl in ronsp. queiice will inane no inH-r. Adam is a micoiiwfiil newspaper man,...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 19 July 1883

Illcljmonfc emocral. Wabash,StL& Pacific Ry TIMS TABLE HO. 1. .Vow In Effect. noUNii RAST. to. I, Pmii Icr S rtii.m. K.. t, I'uwnrci rrlTm m. Hn, i. rn-lii. ........... .It :j i l ni. Mo. ID, rrilil ......! 7;, m. BOUND WMT. Ho. , rwMtrr ",7W"l?:,,.fJ'!l'" M.. S, PaMl(cr " No 51. Kmlftht.... Ho. 17, rrghl miimp,. M. TAI1DAIL. n-MnTnln Irala Kn., rM WMiawillnS for W.MUtjr Mfry mr-.liw n.l Kl. I-oiiU r mornn iarrH nnljr. hYrnlii IraiaNoS forst. loiilii'T. W, T. Sisblsio, Ant AM local advertisements or local no tice on this g are clmr(r"l frt tlie rat ol 10 cents per line for the first In lortlon slid cent for l subsequent Insertion. No tpeclal ralet given to any person not having standing ad vertisement, ItaVObttunry notices and Tributes ol Respect arc dialed for at the ruUi of I oauti por Una. Btray notlcet are t' fnr "'" and (1 00 for each additional animal, THI8 PAPER Bm3tf& Hollce to Teaclicri. I will hold an exatmnction In Ulch tnond, the 4th Saturday In every month, reac...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 19 July 1883

Richmond Democrat TMt-llxnAV.JUI.Y . k fMiMlNff nanus Her. V ill mi oti wlio has etVi Kiratkorl rdr forget those delicious hours? i ' Will ltiii TicKi-t ever prow so cold anil hard Vlt It will not melt little, as he remcnilwra how once he had lit- tin whito hand, toyod with her furls anJ heard her whifr: "Stay a little lonR-er; it larks a whole hour of day &." . , i She wan Mpectinjt nun Stinilay iiltrht; Ih parlor curtain were down, ' tho old folk notifio d that it was healthy to fro to lied at eifrlit o'clock, and Johnny brihed with cent to permit himself to be tucked away at aundown. lie sneaked up the, path, , on y Ou the "old man," who did not like him any too well, Rave a faint knock at thn door, and it was opened and he wan escorted to the iarlor. He aaid he couldn't stair but minute thoiiRh he didn t mean to ro homo until three o'clock. She wanted to know how Ida mother was; if his father had returned to New York: if hia l.mther Hill's hull was any better, and he went ov...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 26 July 1883

Richmond Democrat. Richinoad Democrat MBUSH D. BOGIE.3- , amtom a0 rnomaroB. OOUAM ptr gnu, hvartrsfil" . THCUSDAY EVKNiNGN, T p. BOGIE -2- KOITOR ASD mOI'KIKTOS. , TERMS: - f' ICR Oat Cayy i BIjk mexj.t-o.ai 71 $i(hrrihcr out vf the county mutt r unit 15 ceitttcxtra to pay ivtge. VOLUME XI. niClIMOND, MlSSOUlif, THURSDAY, JULY 20.' 1883. NUMIiElt 5JO. DEMOCRAT. 1 ; . ' .1 ' C. T. Qiner, Sr. J. W.Garacr. C.T- Barncr, Jr C.T.GAUSG11&S0N?, ATTORNEYS AT LAW ' W03UC0KD, 1OH0VU. Will practice In tho State and Federal Court. Collection promptly attended to. Uttliss west slile ol square, llrst Uooi Dortn or iarners storo. . J. cd. ball; ATTORNEY AT LAW. 1UCHMOND, MISSOURI. roisscnung Attorney of Ha Co. Office In the east end of tlx BUnn build Inn In Court Houa yard. Business DromDllT attend.! tn. ' II.. T, ., ... J. W. IHOTWELL. ATTOENEY AT LAW, MICUMOND, MISSOURI. - W nil1! 1""nd w,lh dl!ly"n and care to II business entrusted Tilm. im i RtlM. K..I1.IIH I. rt . . " " 1 M -Jurt uwiM yar...

Publication Title: Richmond Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond democrat. — 26 July 1883

Richmond Democrat niiMifiAV,jri.v v, im. Cholera i reported lit avfT.l (KiinlK in Mesiro, mill the indications ars decidedly favorable for ill impor tation tr tho States.- The Sunday liquor It ha Wn iifc-ropil in Kansas City for two Sun tlnyo jim!, and net Sunday all drink ing places m M. I otllM ar to ! chwed. It was impossible; to lmy oven a tigar in Kansas City last Sun day. Mr. K. II. HsyeV long ht bus- hand turned up in Conne-otirut last Wednesday with a dreary oration on "National aid to education." There can be no mistake, aa to liif identity, for the aWfH:h liJ a slrawWry mark on it peroration. Orth 11. Stein was found guilty f murder in the second decree, at Kan vas City, yesterday, for the, killing of Geo. Fredericks, the. manapM- of variety thoatre, a few months aijo, Ilia punishment wan fixed at 2 y ra in the penitentiary. A motion for a new trial watnsh which it 1 though! will le granted. The national encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic began Tuesday in Denver....

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