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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 4 August 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Monday Afternoon, August 4, 1919 OPERA HOUSE Ml This Week SOMETHING NEW SOMETHING DIFFERENT Direct from the Walnut Street Theatre, Louisville, Ky. In addition to the feature Picture Program ADMISSION CHILDREN 25e BALCONY ' 25c MAIN FLOOR 35c DON'T FORGET THE BIG: BEREA FAIR, August 6, 7 ASplendid Premium List, Home-work Department better Your friends will be there--meet.thenx at Berea. PIGS DO ON FAT BACK' F. H. GORDON r COAL & FEED PHONES 28 and 224 SOCIAL and PERSONAL Entertains with 500 Party Miss Emma Davison entertained with a' 500 party, Friday afternoon, in- honor of Miss-Margaret. Torter Smith, of Lexington , the guest of Miss Dorothy Endel. Invnitations were issued to the following: Misses Zerelda Baxter, Anne Enright, Mary Neil Green, Dorothy Emlel, Lucy Walker, Virginia Giibs, Patsy Ros son, Alice Clark Kellogg, Virginia Hisle, Nettie K. Evans, Mossio and Carrie Allman, Laun Blanton, Florrie TERRIFYING DISCOMFORTS FROM SKI...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 4 August 1919

iY.V :.) .nv; vl -;:: Y.i:i.(., cV! Tne Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County, I Monday Afternoon, August 4, 1919 t i YOUR HOME FURNITURE STORE W.Neale 4 Bennett & Co Richmond, Kentucky. in: Furniture, Carpets; Druggets. Rugs. Kitchen Cabinets, KitchenCabinets and "all Kinds of Household Furnishings Funeral Directors and Embalmers . FOR SALE Jewel gas range, in good shape, cheap! J. S. Stani fer. Phone 675.. ' 198-tf DR. J. B. MILLION FHY9ICIAH AND SURGEON Office llnatalra oyer Bnl Ins East ot Alhambra Theatre, uluta Street ' PUBLIC SALE OF CHOLERA IMMUNED REGISTERED DUROC-JERSEY BRED SOWS At Tatersalls, South Broadway, I Lexington .Kentucky FRIDAY, AUGUST 8th, 1919 LUNCH AT NOON SALE AT 1 P. M. Granddaughters of the Great Orion Cherry King and the $5,000 Joe Orion II, bred to Big Orion and the $15,000 Edge wood Orion Cherry King. Four extra boars ready for service will also be sold. Send for catalog. ' EDGEWOOD FARM John Cooper, Manager LEXINGTON, KY WAR TRAINING. ' ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 5 August 1919

'' -' -; v.. STE v Established 1865 53d Yeai-No. .209 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Tuesday Afternoon, August 5, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents Mm mm i CABINET MEETS TO CONSIDER PLANS Wilson Giving Whole Tuae To Consideration of H. C. L. : ' Measure. ' (By Associated Press) Washington, Aug. 5 President Wilson has abandoned his con ferences oriithe League of Na- tions until the high cost of living problems are solved, Secretary ' Tumultyannounced today. He said the President is "going to give his' whole time to living costs." Administration officials feel one way to decrease the living TCTTBt is' increase production and the President is understobd to feel strikes or strike threats will interfere materially with any solution- of the problem sought by the government agencies. Mean while Julius II. Barnes', President of the . United States Grain Cor poration, has been summoned to '"see the President late today. It is understood the President will take with him a proposal to re store whe...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 5 August 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Tuesday Afternoon,' August 5, 1919 SEE DELCO LIGHT DEMOHSTRATIOtl AT BEREA FAIR Richmond Daily Register . frijf'Tnn fill I "' M 8AtjFLBik' Eaur erumM , iiTriT1lT9flir.TiTiw, E . lj liSV" r m -. ' .r-.--XZHa Promptly when .ascription ha. .x. , -Jfii- . . "On the job" Certain-teed forms a com plete, seamless surface that sheds rain, snow and sleet year after year with al most no attention. It is always "on the job." The most severe weather makes no impression on Certain-teed nor can sparks, fumes, gas, smoke or insects impair its pro tective strength. Yet Certain-teed costs no more less in fact than other types of roofs. It is easily and quickly laid Jby anyone who will follow the . simple directions that come with the roll. Upkeep expense is too. slight to consider. Your buildings, old or new large or small in city or country should have the protection of Certain-teed, Certain-teed is made in rolls, both smooth and rough surfaced, (red or...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 5 August 1919

I T ' The Daily Register, Richmond, MaA'son County, Tuesday Afternoon, August 5, 1919 6 PIGS DO ON FAT BACK F. H. GORDON " COAL & FEED PHONES 28 and 224 SOCIAL and PERSONAL Gilbert Anderson Mr. H. Perry Gilbert of Madison county announces the marriage of his daughter, Ellyn to Mr. Henry ' Clay Anderson, of Kansas City . and Lex ington. The njarriage was solmenized' in Louisville Thursday afternoon. Miss Gilbert is widely known in Madi son county circles although she has been engaged in educational work in Louisville for the past four years Mr. Anderson is the son of Mr. Mathew William Anderson, of Kansas Women Made Young Bright eyes, a clear skin and a body full of youth and health may be yours if you will keep your system in order by regularly taking COLD MEDAL Ths world's standard remedy for kldnsy, llvar, bladdar and uric add troubUa, tha anamiea of lila and looks. In as sine 1696. All druggists, thres sizes. Laok for Ike name Cold Mdl oa wry boa aad accept bo imitation What ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 5 August 1919

''r'r I'-' The Richmond Daily Reglsterftichmond, Madison County, ' Tuesday Afternoon, August 5,1919 ! (7 frtin l E'fiJEgirce : MiESTO ; fir" TIP" "T v GREAT MAJESTIC SHOWING ALL NEXT WEEK BEGINNING AUGUST 11th The Majestic Man is coming. Our floors will be filled with these finest stoves on earth, and each' day a BEAUTI-' FUL $12.50 set of COOKING WARE will be given away free of charge with each Majestic that goes o( of our store, dur ing the week. The merit of the Mati' v : a.zu proven this past year when the government of the L-'Uiosd States contracted for 400 car loads of the Majestic Hanges The body of the Majestic Range is of charcoal iron, which by acuta! test, resists rust, heat and crystalization 300 per cent greater than steeL The Majestic oven is made of heavy material, is riveted, (not bolted) to a malleable L or angle iron frame, making it practically air tight. Don't economize too closely on the purchase price of a Range. Economy is not merely spending the least money; ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 6 August 1919

OS ;H(DI1M(D)KIID Established 1865 53d Year No. 210 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Wednesday Afternoon, August 6, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents OFFICIAL VOTE OF MADISON COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, SATURDAY, AUG. 2rd, 1919 EMBARGO ON LIVE LABOR'S SOLUTION OF LIVING COSTS (1 ov. l,t. Gv. Alldi. Att. On. Clerk Supt, Com. Rep. ! STOCKSK!FMEHTS V. o 4 s- Given By Chief Engineer To House Committee America For Industrial Freedom (iy Associated Press) ' Washington, August 6 Labor now demands that America be come the home of industrial freedom as it has become the land of political freedom, War ren S. Stone, Grand Chief of the Hroothcrhood of Locomotive Engineers, said today before the house of the interstate com mittee, in support of organized labor plans for public ownership and private operation ot rail roads. Declaring American democracy vs controlled by an autocracy in dustry. Stone argued there could !,e no solution and no lowering of the cost of living as long as the Consumers had to p...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 6 August 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, August 6, 1919 Rirhmoof )aily Register B. H. 8 AUFLE'k Editor and Proprtct.r Entered at tne postofTlce In Hlchmond a second clans mail matter under Act of Congress of 1876. Subscription Rates. Per year, oy man out or city I1.C0 Six months by mall out of ottv...t.nn Three month by mail out of city $1.00 In city, by carrier, per week 10c One month by mall 15c Subscriptions are Btrlctly cash-In-advance to all and payer will bu stnppni promptly when subscription has expired. Our friends and readers are proving very euiisiderate during our "moving troubles." The pro per installation of printing press es "ind machinery after they have been moved is just about as big a job as that of moving them from one place to another. We are gradually getting things in shape, however, and within another week or so hope to have the pa per out on time regularly, and a large quantity of real news in it than has distinguished its col umns m...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 6 August 1919

f The Daily Register, Richmond. Madison County, t Wncsdayf Afternoon Augpst 6, 1919 SEE ) i PIGS DO ON FAT BACK F. H. GORDON COAL & FEED PHONES 28 and 224 t3 SOCIAL and PERSONAL Kirthday Party Miss Nell B. Cuates entertained 6 o'clock dinner Wednesday evening, the table was beautifully decorated with, with white lillies and carnations. Music and panics were enjoyed and many presents were given. Those " present were Mrs. Dovie Ellison, of Chicago Miss Eva Kelly, of Lexing ton, Mrs. Nellie Lakes, Misses Hat tic and Lucy Coates, Mr. Albert Lakes of Gothenburg, Nebr., Richard Lakes of Charleston, W. Va., Mr Wm. Coates, Sr., Mr. Jeff Coates and Chas. Riley. . ' ; ;; Lawn Party Miss Mary Arnold entertained with a lawn party Monday afternoon in honor of the Misses Glass of Centre ville, Miss., the guests, of Miss Claudia Gaines. Others asked to en joy the afternoon with the popular little hostess were: Misses Lynn ) Evans, Eulah Mae Warren, Margaret and Carrie Potts, Frances Langford. ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 6 August 1919

I The Richmond Daily RegisterRichmond, iMadison County, Wednesday Afternoon', August 6, 1 919 Perfect Health Is Yours If the Blood Is Kept Pure Mm6St Every Human Ailment Is Directly Traceable to Im purities in the Blood. You should pay particular heed fo any indication that your blood supply is becoming sluggish, or that there is a lessening in its strong and vital force. By keeping your blood purine your system more easily wards off disease that is ever present, wait ing to attack wherever there an opening. A few bottles of S. S. S., the great vegetable blood medi cine, will revitalize your blood and give you new strength and a healthy, vigorous vitality. Every one needs it just now to keep the system in perfect condition. Go to your drug store and get a bottle to-day, and if you need any medi cal advice, you can obtain it with out cost by writing to Medical Di rector, Swift Specific Co., 46 Swift Laboratory, Athr.'.a, Ga. I 'L. j ftefj'1! CUD i ' GREAT MAJESTIC SHOWING ALL NEXT WE...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 7 August 1919

& Y ACM MBEEE Established 1865 53d Year No, 21 1 is Richmond, Madison Cdunty, Kentucky, Thursday Afternoon, August 1919 n "t : -4 ' Single Copy 5 Cents PHONE QUESTION MAY BE DISCUSSED Between Wire Official and City Coundlmen At Regular Meet ing of Latter Body Tonight The City Council 'will meet inre gular monthly session tonight, and it is expected that the long-deferred question of removal of the telepli&ne poles from the streets will be xtp for settlament. Officials of the Ooniber- laad Telephone and Telegraph 'Com pany are expected to be heir (for a conference witto ' the city officials. It is considered imperative by apparent ly -every one 'that the phbrn. and lighting and power wires shoril'd be re- moved rrom true pnncipai Business . - . . Greets befort'the work of paving the down town thoroughfares begins. The question of Jtftw this shall Tfeest be ac complished is about all t4t,is neces-j A sary to be decided upon, it Is be- . lieved. .Another. , ; important matter t...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 7 August 1919

Sim j Established 1865 53d Year No. 21 I v Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Thursday Afternoo n, August 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents mmmm Uegi ' v V Q PHONE QUESTION MAY BEDISGUSSED Between Wire Officials and City CouncQmen At Regular Meet ing of Latter Body Tonight The City Council 'will meet inre gular monthly session tonight, and it is expected that the long-def erred question of removal of the telephone poles from the streets will be up for settlement. Officials of the Ctmiber land Telephone end Telegraph 'Com pany are expected to be here 3br a conference with the. city officios. It is considered imperative by apparent ly "every one that the pmme- and lighting and power wires should be re- res siwuia do re-j movea irom tine principal ousmess I M J fttreets bef or 'the work of p&ving the down town thoroughfares begins. The " -question of how this shall test be ac complished fcs about all thatt.is neces-i ' eary ec,(e wPon It Is be- .Another , ! important snatter that imay come...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 7 August 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Thursday Afternoon, August 6, 1919- v Buy Tires of ICnown Quality i 1 1 ! I he steady usefulness of your car depends on good tires. Economy depends on good tires. T - ! United States Tires are good tires. That's why we handle them. Take no chances with unknown quality. ' Buy United -States Tires, , for their proved dependability, - for their oft demonstrated economy. needs exactly. United States tires are Good Tires We Know United States Tires are Good Tires ThatVWfiy We Sell Them J. & C; P. Wagers, Kirksville. A. N. GrinstetadWaco ' Taylor & Grinstead, Waco W. E. Luxon, Richmond : '. 4 s A handsome tablet reading as follows, has just been received by the STATE BANK & TRUST COMPANY, and hangs conspicuously in its banking room: Presented to STATE BANK & TRUST COMPANY Richmond, Kentucky in recognition of its liberal support of the Government's financial program and anticipating the Victory Liberty Loan by the purchasing of ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 7 August 1919

Hie Daily Register,-Richmond, Madison County, Thursday Afternoon; August 6r, T9f9 1 i . i iWBRE FENCE i HEN SCRATCH ' OYSTER SHELL GRIT CHARCOAL F. H. GORDON Better Coal Phone 28 Phone 224 t SOCIAL and PERSONAL :Sk O'clock Dinner Mayor L. P. Evans entertained with six o'clock dinner Wednesday even ing in honor of the members of the City Council. A delicious menu was served. Covers were laid for Messrs. Wta. CNeil, Robert Golden, John Mershon and John Allman. It was greatly 'regretted by the Mayor that the remaining members were unable to be present. t , Entertained at Dinner Misses Stella and Grace Rowlette, entertained at dinner Sunday, at their home on the Lancaster pike. Their guests included Misses Eva and Spicy Perkins, Ollie Butler, Georgia Alex ander, Messrs. Alex English, Edgar Rogers and Taylor Coldiron, of Paint JLick. 'A delicious dinner was served which the guests greatly enjoyed. Dance At Middlcsboro Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Fitzpatrick en- tertauiea witn a deiignuui aance at...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 7 August 1919

v ihe Kicnmoiid lauy keyisief ' Viennese! 5'9tdo; cuntv. . 71 ! " ' mmiiiim oilman!' that people are too prone to lect until the dsnrer Uo It reached. Don't YOU do itl Get a 35o bottle of DR. THACHER'S fMARRHnfcA j MIXTURE 2 from your drug More sad V have It reidr t the first I symptom of Diarrhoea, Flux, I Ooleni, Infantum etc. lave half a century. Pleasaat E and hdntness. f aTHACHER MEDICINE CO. MADISON DRUG CO. SAYS TRAFFIC WILL STOP IN THREE DAYS (By Associated Press) Chicago, Aug. 7 Practically all railroads of the middle west had in effect today orders to accept freight "subject to delay," on ac count of the strike of the Wtor ated Railway Shopmen. The strike continued to. spread and Vatemrau To Health Hhousands have been fully restored to health' and strength as a re sult of taking ' 1 "The Wtierwty to Health" The American Medicinal Min y' ral Water bottled at the Spring without any conden . awg or fortifying whatever. . 64 Doses $1.00 Doie: Tablespoonful in Glass of Water Pr...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 8 August 1919

,V-'-'V.. - til :: V .:.7;;;;ri L. Ah- 1 -r . ' ; r JH TS . '- ' - '- .12.-.. na ,'.y r.r, j -53dYear-No. 2 2-y Richmond, Madison County, "Kentucky, Friday 'Afternoon, August 8, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents 4 O PHONE COMPANY' ASKS MORE TIME Lengthy Discussion of Service, , Improved System and Increas ed Costs Before City Council . .... , . . ., Granting. the' 'pleas of repre sentatives of ' the Cumberland Telephone - and Telegraph 'Cam pany for a little" more time ' in which to make a definite .propo sition to the" City of ' Richmond for establishment 01 .improved .-serviced and establishment ot a reasonable rate, the City. Council at its-regular 'meeting Thursday nitrht, deferred until its Sep1 tember meeting, enactment '.of ilicr MIiiiiMjc f cjfiiririg removal of the phone, lighting, and power wires iiom the business section I'v.fc'af town, which. Ss oon ibe . ' District Superintendent. .Webb came here from Winchester and flanked by . Attorneys' 'Burnam and (Gpeenleaf Aind local Manag...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 8 August 1919

The Richmond Da3y Register fcchmoricV Madison County, Friday Afternoon; August 8, 1919 1 r I-.- .:. ; t ) 1 ) ' i If We want to buy your your Wheat and will pay the market price. We are ready , to take care of your wants ZARING'S MILL DR. HARRY M. BLANTON venture Phones Of flee 1D6 home 282. y Office Hoora V to 12 1 li30 to 4 IwCuuiOttJ, Kentucky Bob Walker, Gen'l Auctioneer Sole held anywhere anil will sell any thing Veterinary Work In all ita branches All binds of rehlcles for sale Stable phoae BSSi residence phone 080 6m RICHMOND, KY. MYERS & TURNER Electric Wiring And Supplies Offle at Joe Beatefa . M Stree. Phone or aea mm for estimates. -SattefaetloB asarantee . PHONB 43- - RICHMOND. KT. JEWELRY M Ceats oa the bona saved by Bay las Jewelry Croat JOB ROSENBERG, EsUblUhed IS II. Barffalaa la Blsta ana Walthaai Watches, eta. 141 Water Street Just around the corner from Upper ' Lexington. Richmond )aOy Register M. SAVFLKTm. Bdltor ul Proprietor Entered at tno ooitofflco In Rle...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 8 August 1919

V The Patty Register, Richmond Madison County, Friday Afternoon, August 8, 1919 Y r t HEN SCRATCH OYSTER SHELL GRIT CHARCOAL F. H."G0RD0N Better Coal Phone 28 Phone 224 J Lift off Corns! Doesn't hurt a bit and FreeaooG, ' costs oniy a few cents. SOCIAL and PERSONAL Enjoyable Recital at Stanford The musical recital given for the benefit of the The Young Women's Missionary Circle of the Christian church, was quite a success and every nilTDhAP rpPAlVOn tianvfltr snnlnnoa rVays the Stanford Interior Journal, tVJjteind Mrs. Robert T. Bruce who was r the moving spirit of the occasion, is to 1 be congratulated upon her untiring ef- ' fort. Miss Cynthia Davison sang two groups of solos, during the evening, her beautiful voice showing to good advantage, in the varying types of song. She was encored with every number. The piano accompaniments were played by Miss Mary Moore Raney, who taught in Caldwell High school two years ago. A nice sum was realized for the Circle. - With your fingers! You...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 8 August 1919

v " , ati'.-'i i'jf '.: . .: .1 '. . i ' . . ; V " : ' '4---' t.-:-rN'lr':-r,,.:-.,;r-' ;v;U' .,'.,:'") ;V, Jl't'l')' ' "'.'' 7, 'H 0'" fail 'i'The Daily Renter; " Richniond, MacTison County, FridayAfternoon August 8H9I9 1 - 'V ; : ! k Mil I DOTY CLEANS UP AT HARRODRBURG FAIR . ( . n 115 fS . .1.12?, ;;r Ml 1 m h 11. h 'I f r' All of fioodriess sealed In Froieeieu. preserved. The flavor lasts I 1 ,S W arid be SUR& to get WRIGLEVS. IfS iQ a seated package, but took for the namexthe Greatest Name In doo9y-Land9 iv nis Vvt '-V1 in ( vr After( making an almost per fect record at the Mercer county fair in Harrodsburg last week, Edgar T. Doty, of Richmond, is showing ' his string of saddle and harness horses' at Berea's big fair this week, lie will then show at Perryville, Lawrence burg, Shelby ville and the : State Fair 1 at Louisville. Mr. -. Doty made in all, eight shows at Har rodsburg and- took,, six blues, being second in one . ring and third in. another. He won the sweepstakes,...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 9 August 1919

J- iKlJKDIElMKm) ilMlM ! Established 1 865 53d Year No. 2 1 3 lclond, JMadisoh County, j) Kentucky, Saturday Afternoon, August 9,; 1 91 9 . Yv Single Copy 5 Cents . 4 m .1 , rr1 m i ! 1 '.i. . Ml 'DOES COONTY JAItER k : OWE CITY TAXES Interesting Legal Question Rais- sed By Refusal of Burgess , 1 to List In Richmond v is a bounty official, living in .the fxity during his term of office, lia ble for city taxes r , v This novel question ' will un doubtedly have to be passed upon by the courts, for County Jailer Wm. Burgess, has refused to give in a list or topay city taxes in Richmond. Hetakes the ground that he is a citizen of Madison county, outside of the' city, is- in town only temporarily during term of office,' and is not uibject to taxation in town. The point is also' made that Jailer Burgess is not at present domiciled in the city proper, for he lives in the jail rpMence which is county proper land situated on the court y H&uVe square which is alsO'bwned I by the county. T...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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