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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 21 February 1882

T THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1882. ftten for the Sunday MorningBazoo. IEN THE SUNLIGHT LEAVES THE WESTERN SKY. BY ROSA PEAELE )h, when the sunlight leaves the western sky, leaves u ana ne er returns lur uie agiuu, Phot stall T rir for all that life has brought. Its toil and torrow and November rain. know some kindly heart had lighten d much, But that it did not shall I ceaseless uioau ; ten thcmsanu yet beside myself have felt The bitter anguish ol a heart alone. o other savebut one could e'er have filled The other half of being such as mine, lave rounued out tne uncompieiea nurp, And made it vibrate with a tone divine. Jut since I missed, and missing lost the best, Does it not tUll with willingness behoove, taking up of all thcHi broken threads, A weaving of a web God would approve V ), let me live in storm or shadow much, bo, let me bear the end of death and tears, ITwere well, if only at the last I claim A joy far greater than the changing years. SOCIETY NEWS...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 21 February 1882

BAOO, TUESDAY, FEiRRFARY 1, ill 6 THE SEDAUA Ti 1882 1 i i ( d 1. it 9 a t 4 Fractured, His Leg. D. M. Burt is a married man who re sides north of the railroad, and was filling the position of brakeman on Conductor Andv Scow5! train on the western division fth'e Missouri Pacific. He left Sedalia on his regular run Sunday evening, and -when at Independence, left the caboose for the purpose of uncoupling cars and assist ing in doing the switching. He swung down on the ladder of a box carand then jumped to the ground, but in doing so his Jeft foot turned in some mysterious man ner, and his leg sustained a severe fracture. He did not think he was badly hurt at first, so limped around and did his work, then going to the caboose, where he re moved his boot and learned the extent of his injury. He proceeded to Kansas City, and last evening returned on No. 38, when he was removed to his home and is now receiving medical attention. Watch Carefully Your Health. Are your hands and feet cold ? ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 21 February 1882

THE SEDAEIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1882. y A Continued from Seennd Pagt. j-auirrels. and whole hive full of wild lioney; whereupon he'd jhave food and raiment for a month. He had great skill and mechanical inge nuity; and though of slight frame, his strength was enormous, and his endurance eternal. He could row a boat all day without stopping. He could climb over rocks and mountains for a week with a pack on his back that I couldn't lift with a pair of horses. He'd be in the water for twelve hours without inconvenience. He was modest, good-natured, always ready to do anything, and was amaz ingly tickled to hear us talk and joke. He confined himself principally to gin. In the few days he was with us he became very fond of us , and when we parted, he rigged a sail out of my shawl with which we rowed comforta bly against a head wind for seven miles. He was fond of wood sports. "When we had finished fishing and it grew dark, we went ashore to where he had rigged our tent. H...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 21 February 1882

8 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, FEBKUARY 21, 1882 REMNANTS! REMNANTS A Grand Clearing Up This Week EVERY DEPARTMENT. The entire stock overhauled and stacks of desirable goods selected for our semi annual REMNANT SALE. Dress goods, all lengths and styles, silks, velvets, satins, plain ana urocmieu cotton fringe, Hamburg edgings, calicos, ginghams, table linens and towels. All the odds and ends must go. Wm. Cnrran, 223 Ohio Street. WEEKLY BAZOO. bEDALlA, MO. TUESDAY, FEBKFAKY 21 . 1 8S2. BAZOO BUZZ. S. A. Wright lor sewing machines. There was not a sinner up for judg ment in the police court yesterday morn ing. The boss place to buy cigars and to bacco is at Harlow's, three doors vest of postoffice. Don't fail to see "Paul Pry" at the opera house next Saturday night, by the Thespians. Remember the Thespians appeal at the opera house on next Saturday night, February 25th. Seats now on sale. The play of "Chimney Corner" is that made famous by the celebrated actor C. W. Couldock, th...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 28 February 1882

WEEKLY BAZOO. Jk VOLUME 13. SEDALIA, MO., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1 882. NUMBER SEDALIA y x LACE GOODS. Lace collars from 25c to $3. Lace handkerchiefs from 50c to $12. Law scarfs from 50c to $10. Bed covers from $10 to $20. Gimps, fringe and buttons to match the new dress goods. An elegant line of ladies' and children's hosa, in cotton, lisle thread and sifk. J. M. Clute & Co. G-C.McLAUGHUU CASKETS, METALLIC CASES Bd BURIAL ROBES, SIGHT OFFICE, Orders by mail and telegraph promptly attended I a Lmrgegt Stock of Furniture in the City. K. HCWentSecoHd St., Justice to Bill Jones. Bill Jones, the blacksmith, who was ar rested on Friday on a charge of embezzle ment preferred by one Falkner, a black smith at Herndon, Saline county, was re leased yesterday for want of prosecution and because there was no case against him over which the authorities of this county have jurisdiction. It appears, from Falkner's story, that Jones went to Herndon to engage in work ing at his trade with Falkne...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 28 February 1882

J 5 SEI?AXIA WEEKLY' BAZOfo, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1882. KING JQF ROBBERS. The Greatest Highwayman on the American Con tinent. Ifcacent Dapredations of the Notorious DaveRude baugh. He Robs a Train Near El Paso, and Captures an Arizona Stage Coach. Denver Tribune, 16tb. "The James boys are daring train jobbers, fearless highwaymen and all that, but here is a man who has not peer even in the tales of Turpin rromance." It was Gen. R. A. Cameron, the wostoffice special agent for this depart ment, who spoke. He tilted back in nis office chair and held up to view a letter which he had just finished seadinff. "You remember the train robbery -which occurred near El Paso about rx weeks ago, and the subsequent stopping of a stage coach near Tomb stone, Arizjna V "Yes." "Well, both robberies were enshroud ed in mystery, and we were at a loss to even imagine who had committed them. Here I have information which convinces me that the outlawed Dave Rudebaugh, the old-time partner of Billy the Ki...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 28 February 1882

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1882. 3 u 4 THE STORM OF STORMS. The Oldest Inhabitant Says it is the Host Disastrous Ever Known. The Entire City a Mass of Ice, With Great Destruction of Property. Both Telegraph and Telephone Wires Laid Low, and Bail road Travel Impeded. Trees and Shrubbery Broken Down Throughout the En tire Country. What Damage Has Been Done V Along the Various Lines of Railroad. Items of Interest Picked Up on the Fly by the Bazoo's Nimble News Gatherers. For several days past we have been re tiring warnings that a wave from that region known by the poetic name of Mani tobawhich to the ungeographical mind suggests some locality in sweltering Africa, but which is in realily the high sounding appellation of a commonwealth beyond the fit. Lawrence and on the outskirts of the frozen zone was about to visit our land of apparent perpetual summer. It was ex pected tnat a respeciauie, uiu-iasmuucu cold snap would be doled out to us, and not that the AKCTIC ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 28 February 1882

4 THE SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1882. SEDALIA BAZOO : J- WEST 600DWIH TTJtWW OF SUBSCmflPXIOBT s BF XXIIr POSTAGE FEKE. xSy, iaeladig Sun day, per year Ss 00 Soorfay edition, per year.............................. 2 50 Weekly, 52 numbers, per year ........ 1 00 OoOv. delivered in the city, per week. 15 NEWS DEALERS Cn2rlr sutivlied at 2Y, cents Ter cony. jkli subscriptions are payable in advance, and fiaeeatinued at the end ot time pam lor. HOW TO SEND MOXEY. Beoutfances may be made by draft, money order mi registered letter, at our risk. Give postoffice address in full, including state and county, and m t T MTC,m -'"k1TTTTT'lkT Sedalia' Mo. WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., - TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 18S2. PLACE FOB ROSOOE. Gae of the most complete surprises sof recent times around Washington, And, indeed, all over the country, is rihe nomination of Roscoe Conkling to rthe vacant place on the supreme Ibench. His nearest friends had not 'expected it. Nor did Conkling him ise...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 28 February 1882

THE SEDALIA "WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1882. 5 Written for the Sunday Moraine Bazoo. MUSIK 1ST DER SCIILUSSEL ZUM HERZEN. BY ROSA. PKAKLE Jso matter what this life has brought, 2so matter what be set apart Of bitterfiess ; one key there is Can still unlock the human heart. One key there is, has power to still The wildest storm of rage, or hate, And touch with healing balm the woe Of mourning ones left desolate. Tis music ; gift of Him on high To lessen ills we all must bear, And make for e'en earth's lowly ones A joy they, with the great, may share. "What tho' it comes in swelling chords "Within the grand cathedrals wall, "Where softly on the altar's crypt The blended light and shadows fall? Or heard amid the lullaby, When on the tender mother's breast O'er wearied, at the closing day, The little child is hushed to rest. Or in the sighing of the trees, The singing brook, or warbling bird The sweet accords of Nature's harp By wanton winds or wavelet stirred. The heart respo...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 28 February 1882

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1882. 6 WILSON'S WAIL. A Wrangle With His Divorced Wife at Clinton Yes terday Over the Custody of Their Lit tle Eight-Year-Old Daughter. The Mother Victorious, and the Father Sent Home Empty Handed. An interesting case under the habeas corpus act was tried at Clinton yesterday before Judge Gantt, in chambers. The res was the little eight year-old daughter of George W. Wilson, of Shelby county, this state. About four years ago Mr. and Mrs. Wil son separated after having lived together as husband and wife for six years. The immediate cause of the separation, as it came out in evidence, was adultery on the part of the wife. At THE TIME OF THE SEPARATION the little girl was about four years of age. The mother returned to the father's house and has since lived with him. The little girl has also lived with this grandfather and was living with him at the time of the application for the writ. About a year after the separation, the husband obta...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 28 February 1882

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1882. y !4 BOB DAYTON'S MINE. The familiar sight of two young asses, or " Jacks," as the miners call them, loaded with mining tools and provisions, and driven along by two miners who walked behind them, -would have attracted but little atten tion among the loungers in front of the Grand hotel at Uedar irulch, had it not been for two or three peculiar circumstances which "Colonel" Brown preceeded to narrate to the by standers. Since coming to Colorado, three years before, the colonel had suc ceeded, without any visible means of support, in maintaining an existence as free from toiljas that of the lilies, and by his abundant leisure, his skill ful disposal of tobacco juice and his success at the faro table, had fairly Avon his title. The talker and his audience leaned against the rough logs of the one-storied Grand hotel. Aiming a brownish Hood at a dusty stone some feet away, the colonel began : ' -Queer pards, those. There's Bob Dayton...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 28 February 1882

8 THE SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1882. REMIT ANTS! REMNANTS A Grand Clearing Up This Week IN EVERY DEPARTMENT The entire stock overhauled and stacks of desirable goods selected for our semi annual REMNANT SALE. Dress goods, all lengths and styles, silks, velvets, satins, plain and brocaded cotton fringe, Hamburg edgings, calicos, ginghams, table linens and towels. All the odds and ends must go. Wm. Curran, 223 Ohio Street. WEEKLY BAZOO. bKDALIA, MO. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1882. Weather Report. finrrpcted dailv for the Bazoo by C. G. Taylor, Horologist and Optician, No. 9 Ohio street, for the twenty-four hours end- ing at S o'clock p. m., February o, ibsz. TOTE. THER. BA-R. WIND. WEATHER. 8 &.m. 2 p.m. 8 p.m. 40 29:10 s rain 53 29:40 s cloudy 40 29:40 S rain 1T O 3 00 lixireujca oi aim yo FREE TO READERS. Everv reader of this paper who will ad- - dress a postal card to the Bazoo, Sedalia. Mo., giving name and postoffice address, plainly written, will receive a card...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 7 March 1882

VOLUME 13. SEDALIA, MO., TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1 882. DUMBER HS. V 1 IT 14 ! LACE GOODS. Lace collars from 25c to $3. Lace handkerchiefs from 50c to $12. . Lace scarfs from 50c to $10. i . Rftfl POVft from $10 tO UVU VUVVi Jliuiii fiv $20. Gimps, fringe 7 nn buttons to match new dress goods. An elegant line ladies' and children's hosa, in cotton, thread aod silk. J.M.Clute&Co. UNDERTAKER. 1" I CASKETS, JIETALIIC CASES Md BURIAL ROBES. NIGHT OFFICE, Orders by mail and telegraph promptly alUndtdf a Jjargeal StocJ: oj Furniture hi the City. He. 116 West Second St., 2-15d&wly. SKDAI.IA.MO. DR. W. U. CARTER, Surgeon Dentist, .Successor to Dr. L. O. Ellis.) All work done in a scientific manner. 3atisfao i Hon guaranteed. 1-lGdly. - DR. J. P. GRAY, ounnrAM r.rMTjnT OUnuLUl UL N O , wuiiwuvm bri.ii i i, r.-r-r -r - ouri. iUAii iu jj umu ore. Over Marean7s Store. HE PEN CITY IRON YAM S. B. COIIEX, Proprietor, j Wholesale and retail dealer in RACS, BONES, OLD IRON, And all kinds of Metals...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 7 March 1882

2 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1882 LUriA S UlrvTxl fLiA.Ui!j. Jit Was in Jackson County, a Few Miles From Kansas City. JLs a Child She Danced in Saloons, as a Girl San? on the Stage. Kansas Cily Times. Probably not a dozen persons who ..rr T U t I T U" i- frn v jjuiut as xju at uuaiw wpcm House last night knew that the bright heard that she had made money little actress was a native of Jackson ' enough to jro abroad and educate her county and first saw the light of day ; self, and that she was to spend two In that rough, rocky, hilly tract thar years in France." follows the course of the Little Blue at , "This v:is probably what gave rise a point about twenty miles from Kan-J to the story that she spent two years -ssCity. There has always been a j in a French convent "sues ted the .good deal ot speculation as to ner 37rtk place, but as will be seen below the matter is settled beyond a doubt, as her father was Isaac Crabtree, a resident of Jackson county for many ?rea...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 7 March 1882

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1882. 3 V $ CHIMES FROM CLINTON. 4. Visit to the Franklin School by a "Bazoo" Correspondent. Correspondence of the Bazoo. Clinton, Feb. 26, 1882. Your correspondent had the pleasure of visiting Franklin school, of Clinton, on Friday atternoon, February 24, '82. Room No. 10 is in charge of Miss Ermie Owen, whose inestimable merits as an in structor are attested by the rapid progress of her pupils. The exercises of this room were of un usual interest. After some general exercises by the school, a debate was next on the programme, the question being: "Resolved, that the execution of Maj. Andre was unjust." On the affirmative were Miss Nannie Kennedy and Master Ira"M. Flemming; on the neg ative, Miss Mary Britts and Master Chas. Blackford. The debaters all did admirably and their efforts showed a clear knowledge of the historical facts connected with the question, and much preparation for the ar gument. As able arguments were ad vanced, first ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 7 March 1882

-.1 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1882. SEDALIA BAZOO Publish-: J. WEST GOODWIN. OF SUBSKftJcl'10' s BV MAIL POSTAGE FREE, toiiij, including Sunday, per year. ssoo 2 50 l oo 15 'Wkly, 52 numbers, per year .... siJj, delivered in the city, per week- 4nuacv pet ciw. .......... yews DEALERS Cfyiiterly supplinl at 1. ten is per copy. All subscriptions are'payable in advance, and Ciaccatinued t the end of lime paid for. HOW TO SEXD MONEY. Batiitfanres may he made by draft, money order r westered letter, at our risk. Give postoffice dref-s in iull, including state and count v, aud ddreta .1. A VEST GOODW&. Sedalia' Mo. WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 18S2. SUNDAY PAPERS AND THEIR USE. o,lo To UWIM , UCrtHJ, A"13 sight'. They read books and papers,. raajsazines and circulars-read hand - Villi and everything that comes along, iiut few can tell, after it is done, what -)iev have been readincr about. Nine- i Tenths of mankind read as they eat ras mougn ineir ve...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 7 March 1882

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1882. "Wiintz. for the Sunday Morning liazoo. JOHN SEIGEL. BY R. A. John Seigel, a looker-on at tbe prize fightat Clinton, a short time ago,an account of which appeared in these columns, was shot and killed while in the act of return ing a hat to a person who had requested him to do so. And they buried him, Tom. as he fell; They took not the shoes from his feet, Nor washed from his body the smell ; But in his old work clothes complete They buried him, Tom, as he fell. Twas no crime of his, Tom, that he fell , Our poor, honest, old, innocent friend. The people here all loved him well, And mourn at his untimely end ; They regret that he needlessly fell. Twas thro kindness of heart that he fell, "Twas his last act of life to befriend. And the bystanders who saw all tell That a generous act caused his end ; By a dastardly bullet he fell. And to bury him, Tom, as he fell v as scarcely the fair thing to do By one who had soldiered so well. In ba...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 7 March 1882

6 THE SEP ALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1882. HICKS' HELL HOLE. The Madam Closed it To-day and Will go to North Missouri. Six Frail Boarders Who Will Seek Homes in the Neighbor ins: Cities. DESIRED TO DIE. DAVIS' DEATH. . An Eighteen-Year-Old Girl Who Wanted to Suicide Last Night. Being Partially Deranged, She Took Up Her Abode With a Negro Family A Missouri Pacific Brakeman Killed at Warrensburg Last Night. He Leaves a Wife in This City and Sorrowing: Friends With out Number. Probably no woman in Sedalia lias achieved as much newspaper notoriety as lias Madam Sal lie Hicks, keeper of the bagnio at the railroad, on Massachusetts street. She came to this city some four years ago as the wife of a printer named Francis Marion Hicks, accompanied by her two little girls, Mamie and Minnie. Jlicks was a worthless, dissolute fellow, and after hanging around the city for a Living in South Sedalia and Then Endeavored to Jump' Into a WeU. months, gaining a scanty living for his htewart ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 7 March 1882

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1882. THREE NTJGrGETS OP GO-D-BY MBS. M. A. DENISON. Life bad gone bard with Jobn Moriarty. In the year 18 he started for the great Western gold fields, full of faith and confidence in himself a steady, pure-minded, honorable man, willing to work hard if he only could better himself, and help his family to a higher plane. His wife ; little Matty, who was lame from her birth ; Gerald, a boy of ten, the baby, Louise, scarcely two years old ; and Mary, the tall, capa ble girl of fifteen-rail these, with the wife who had patiently borne her share of the toil and fatigue conse quent on poverty and peculiarly hard times, he left behind him, and set his face toward privations and dangers with a resolute will. How hard the life was during the first year no pen can portray. He " lived in a miserable hut tenanted by three or four rough men, who, having no family ties, could not appreciate his position. They were hardened in dissipation, and sometime...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 7 March 1882

8 THE im mm - m r r- m t ui v m r : -m m a c m - - 1 " i " : I ------- REM-TAJSTTS ! B EMNANTS A ooing to sedalia. (MOTHERS! FATHERS! Grand Clearing Up This Week ! Arrest of a Supposed Burglar by Kansas City Officers Yesterday. IN- EVERY DEPARTMENT The entire stock overhauled and stacks of desirable goods selected for our semiannual REMNANT SALE. Save your money. Speaking of a prisoner whom Officer Long brought down from Kansas Citr Is 111 i . De :ist CASH HOUSE, SQUARE- Dealing, one price. CHINNING THE STAR. A Bazoo Reporter's Pleasant Chat With Miss Florence Herbert. Buy no clothing for yourselves until you see our night and lodged in jail, vesterday morn- j : ?c tc ,. 1;.. . ' jug iiuici, ui mai cuy, says: , "A man giving his name as Charles Sulli- vnn un nrr-Actvi .-t-tf1r ..limit .sl..l i . . . 1 by Officer Moran and Detective Hunt, as I bU T LKIOH OU ALIT Y. J being the man Charles Nelson who is " j wanted m Sedalia for robbery. He is supposed to be one of the three nion wlm v...

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