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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 26 March 1878

DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily paper in the city, an- y-tensively read throughout the central o.-tion of the State, by business men, and .aching all classes, it offers inducements .lilvcrtLvrs as the best Bicdium througfe illicit to reach the public. DAILY BAZOO fafclultti every evening (Saturdays excepted), mi oa Sjud- Morninj, by J. WEST GOODWIN. TERMS OF DAILY: tar year, by mU, (ii mdrxnet), - Siooc Ka months, ... 50c taesonth, " - 1 cc stlircrcd, sod payable to carrier ererr SitnnUy, 15 SEDALIA, MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH 26, 1878. NUMBER 39 VOLUME IX. rr.RMS OF SUNDAY XOXXINQ BAZOO: One year, - . . $li ofl TERMS OF WEEKLY: eyear. tioc Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. BEECHERS WASTES AND BURDENS OF SOCIETY. The Great Sensationalist's Lecture. As Delivered in Smith's Hall Friday Night. Henry Ward Bcecher was grecteJ with a moderate, though very intelligent audience, in Smith' Hall, on Fridav nicht. on hia first appearance in thin city. In order tliat the patrons of the Bazoo and the peop...

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. — 26 March 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1878. The death of the Pope caused over a million pairs of black gloves to be sold in Paris. The new German ironclad gunboats have very venomous names Wasp, Viper, Bee, Scorpion and Gnat Baroness Burdett-Coutts has become a governor of Christ's Hospital, being the first lady Governor iu 400 years. Dr. Kenealy, M. P., annouces that he has received only 82, 2s, toward his election fund of a "million six pences." A riding school ior children, with sixty ponies of different races, has been opened in Jardin d'Acceimatiza tion, Paris. Rechefort sent two friends to Ver sailles lately, to challenge Count de Mud, a well-known French Assembly man. The Count "declined the in vitation." John W. Mackey denies that he has any intention of purchasing the man sion lately owned by Baron Albert Grant, at Keningston, England. He says he wouldn't take it as a gift. John Law's wedding day, in South Bend, Ind., was enlivened in an un usual way. One of his discarde...

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. — 26 March 1878

HANDS UP! AHOTHEETSASf KOBBEKY The Texas Central Bobbed. The Expreaa Heiaenger Shot The Bandits Get $75,000. Orer the Hilli and Far Away. Special to the Sedalia Bazoo. Hutchins, Tex., March 19. One of the boldest and most daring train robberies ever perpetrated in the United States, occurred at this point but night, It was skillfully planned and audaciously and successfully car ried out THE SOUTHERN BOUND MAIL TRAIN on the Texas Central, due here at 10:05, came in on time last night, but had no sooner stopped than it was board ed by four masked men, who went qnickly and energetically to work. They ai first met with resistance from the train men, and about twenty shots were exchanged, during which THE EXPRESS MESSENGER, THOMAS, was shot twice, one ball going through his throat and dangerously wounding him. The robbers then secured the en gineer, nreman, agent ana a negro who was on the platform, and turned them into A LIVING BREAST WORK by placing them in front of the door of the exp...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 26 March 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY. MARCH 20, 1878. Beecher'a Lecture. The lecture of Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, on Fri.lay night, was probably the richest intellectual entertainment of the character ever eiven in this city. The audience were highly pleased with the great Preacher of Plymouth, and his peculiar powers ot de livery never fail to delight his listeners. Beecher may not be as deep al thinker or as itrofound a philosopher as Tjrntlall and others, but he possesses the merit of origin ality and a happy faculty ol expressing nis ideas that always pleases even those who are prejudiced against him. A number of delegations from the sur rounding towns were in attendance, and the majority returned home highly pleased with the occasion and the best advertised man cn the American continent. Sedaliane Visit Boonville. Last Thursday evening a party of young geutleman consisting of C. C. Hall, Newton Summers, EJ. Houz, George Yates and Hany Stryker went to Boonville to attend the elocutionary entert...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 2 April 1878

DAILY BAZOO SiMirfk. every evening; (Sttsrdijri excepted), sad oa Sunday Morning, fcjr J. WEST GOODWIN. TEEMS OF DAILY: Am year, fcy sui!, (ip truce), $1000 IxmMi, " c oc iKlNlt, M ... IOC fcltraratf, mmA payable to carrier crerjr Itmrntj, sj Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily paper in the city, ut! xteifively read throughout the central .xirtion of the State, by business men, and rvscliing all classes, it offers inducement o advertisers as the best medium through which to reach the public. TERMS OF WEEKLY: VOLUME IX. SEDALIA, MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL 2, 1873. NUMBER 40. J TERMS OF SUNDAY XOBXCfO BAZOO: One year, . . . 59 lyesr. fiocl THX NATION'S HEKD6. With the perfecting of means, the opening of resources and the cheapen- ing of kbor. we are beginning to dis- pute with England for supremacy in the empire of the forge, the loom and the hammer, That is our final destiny to here stand without a rival, there is no question. The evidence is seen in our geographi...

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. — 2 April 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY. APRIL 2, 1878. ItO'Leary breaks down and loses tbe walk to those Britishers, it is Loped the doctors will examine him and see whether he was properly heeled. There is a loud demand for the sub stitution of an eagle for the buzzard on the new silver dollar. Why not make an enduring record of the recent controversy by putting on a gold bug? The gamblers at Denison, Texas, have prevailed upon the City Council to reduce the fine for gambling from WW 4V) twenty-nve dollars to nve, wmcn . is equivalent to a five dollar license and entirely satisfactory to the fratern ity. The General Assembly of the Pres byterian Church South, convenes at Knoxville, Tenn., May, 16, and the opening sermon will be delivered by Rev. C. A. Stillman, moderator of the former assembly. Superintendent Campbell, of the Texas Express Company, in order to prevent a repetition of the last two robberies, has giveu instructions to bis route agents to employ three armed guards to accompany...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 2 April 1878

SANTA ROSA. BAD BUSINESS. A BACY SENSATION, INTENSELY INTSBESTINO. A WEECKED TEATN. HOERIBLB ACCIDENT. FTBB AT MABJHALL. A, Biting Young California City. Boaasthins; About Its Mauufactorei. Various Correspondence of tlie Bazoo. Fcltox, Caijforma, March 11th, 1878. Editor Baaoo : Dear Sib Thinking you would like to bear from Santa Rosa and the surrounding county, I will take this opportunity to in. font you that, owing to the many ad vantages that Santa Rosa now possesses, we feel sure that our city will become A JfANCFACTCRING CENTER. All the industries that have been begun hare flourished, and the energy of our citixea is a precursor of what will be the result of enterprises that are talked of being inaugurated in the near future. That Manufactories do pay has been demonstrated, and as they are encouraged and create a demand for labor and conse quently form an increase of population, the land all over our city will increase in value, and there is no way in which our capital, iats c...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 2 April 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY. APRIL 2, 1878. A New Superintendent. The "coming man" has rome, and his name is Mr. Abram Mitchell, who will as sume chaise of the 31. K. & T. as Superin tendent. 3Ir. Mitchell is a veteran rail road man, having began on the Illinois Central from its earliest inception until he became Superintendent o! that mighty thoroughfare. He comes endorsed by the best railroad men in the country, and zho by many railroad men here who knew him previously. He will receive a warm welcome, and the best wishes of all, who will hail his advent with pleasure. 3lanager Bond, from all accounts, has made a good selection, and one that will prove of great advantage to our great 'tkisanuehfarc. He is expected to make a fp of inspection over the road next week. Drowned. A Bazoo reporter learned yesterday that a man named Dickinson, who is a married man residing in Osage Mission, on the M. E. & T. in Kansas, attempted to cross the Neosho river near that point, with a n...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 9 April 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily paper in the city, an-1 Pensively read throughout the centr.it cx ion of the State, by businessmen, and aching all classes, it offers inducement hi1 vert ten as the best metliuiu through iii.-Ii to reach the public. BATES OF ADVERTISING. DAILY BAZOO: One square, one insertion ..$ three 1 50 ... 2 50 " one week WEEKLY BAZOO: Dne square, or less, one insertion SI 25 Each subsequent insertion 75 jne square one lime, oaiiy & wit-k.iv.. j. to VOLUME IX. SEDALIA, MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL 9, IS7S. NUMBER 41. J. WJ5ST UUUUWiil, Editor and Pre prietoi ii:i:m. ok axmcvAT noajrufa bazoo: One var. ."jl bbbbHSw RhBbH9 lO SUBSCRIB ERS We have adopted and will strictly adhere to the following rules : All sulwcriptions for the Weekly Bazo must be paid for in advance. All paper will be promptly stopped upon the expiration of the subscription, unless notification of renewal, accompanied by the sash, ia received previous to 6u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 9 April 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. SE DAL1A TUESDAY. APIUTL9, 1S7S. SAN STEFATJO. San Stcfauo, where the peace tiations between Russia and the Purle . i...,fn,i kh,W th ci.o.lnw r l. ,,..,1!-. .1,:1. 1,n,.n irAt linnri besieged for four hundred years, j Close bv are the .even tower,, within vl,nu r,"--,T l.pp :l Iiuian ainbas-; sadorhas often been imprisoned, and ' the walled-up gate through which the 'senatorial honor will be premature un moslcms expect that the christians j til Col. Joseph K. Ilickey return An ivl.nn ' from Washington. Col. Rickey is thev recapture it. Here, too. accord-, ing'to a correspondent, is the chapel, in whose devoutly worshipped wells i live the miraculous fish which jumped J out of the frving-pan on the day ol the taking of Constantinople, aud ; hnvo livfltl nn until now with nun sidn cooked, and the other wailing until, in the fullness of things, it can in its turn be submitted to the Hre. during ; 5nani:irtiS) the proclamation issued to the massaere of Chio, a number f th...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 9 April 1878

w. w. Which Mean's Washington Women How the Iadies of Drees. the Cabinet net families do the greater portion of the I THE KILUAW FAMILY. visiting rendered imperative by the crowd-! ed Wednesday receptions. They hare no . time to join parties of voting people or to ' indulge in even the most permissible flirta- tions. They must discharge as many obli- A Hoted Family of Desperadoes gation an possible by visiting five dys of , Something About 'their History, every week, and must not linger too 'long! Etc. where they are best acquainted, because ( they would never finish their list. When they go out in the evenings thev must , ruiue equally on an inev meet, jurs. .mc- I MIKE McCOOLE. An Iocident in which He Once Figured. SHOOTING SCRAPE. Mr. Harrey Hubbard, a Brakemau on the M , K. T. Shot in the Head by a Man Named Solon. Crary and Mrs. Key have no voting ladies to assist thera, as the eldest daughter of i . -1 . . , . Jcnix.u City Tri-niue. It is very generally the subject of com sent...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 9 April 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDAL1A TUESDAY. APRIL 9, 1878. BOLD BOBBERY. Judge Boeker of Smithton Chloro formed and robbed Wo Clue to the Perpetrators. Sometime between midnight and day- light on Saturday morning, April -6th, whether they had all complied witn Judge William Boeker.miiler at Smithton, ( the assembly' directions in regard to the was robbed. Two persona entered his contributions for the various benevolent so house by the front door, and rifled his pants j cieties. The remainder of the morning ses pocketsof $25 and the key to the mill J won was taken up m the discussion of this safe. The robbers then went to the mill and ef fected an entrance through a window and endeavored to open the safe, bat failed. There were two ersons engaged in the robbery one with booU on and the other in his Mocking feet. They made no noise :tnd Juilge B. thinks that he was chloro formed. The Judge lias no idea as to who per orated the robbery. Mr. Stewart paid Judge Boeker some money in Stewart & Hook...

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. — 16 April 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily paper in the city, aih vtcusively read throughout the central ortion of the State, by business men, and eacliiug all classes, it offers inducement. t advertisers as the best medium through hid to reach the public. RATXS OF ADVKRTISIW&. DAILY BA200: Une sqaare, oae lnseruon .... $ i " three " - - 1 51 " one week 2 50 WEEKLY BAZOO: Doe sqaare, or less, one insertion $1 25 Each subsequent insertion 75 One square one time, daily & weekly.. 1 75 VOLUME IX. SEDALIA, MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL 16, 1878. J. WEST GrOUxJWIH, Editor andPrcprietoi NUMBER 42. TERMS OF gCJTDAT JtOMSVXQ BAZOO: One year, - . - $2 50 I H E3 !sbbbbbbi bbbbbm1!i flmaasuJslv9sl IffMBBi t BrnaBasI BnaVflHSIHn MssmBBBw!jsBBBBfSf TO SUBSCRIB ERS We have adopted and will strictly adhere to the following rule : All subscriptions for the 'Weekly Bazo mast be paid for in advance. All papers will be promptly stopped upon the expiration of the subscri...

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. — 16 April 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY. APRIL 16, 1878. The Globe-Democrat is out against the beautiful custom of usiug flowers at. funeral services. Is it possible that this is a move on the part of McCul lagh in the interests of the market gar deners? And that he wishes to further the influence of cabbages and potatoes? No Slate in the Union has ever been advertised abroad so thorougly and judiciously as the State of Kansas ; and the fruits are now pouring into her lap in the shape of an unpre cedented immigration. The display which Kansas made at the Philadel phia Centennial was of itself worth millions to her future prosperity. Complete returns of the Rhode Island State election on the 3d inst., show the followivg vote for Governor, viz. : Van Zandt, Republican, 11, 436 ; Lawrence, Democrat,. 7,631 ; Foster, Greenback, 5;82 scattering, 31. Total, 19,681. Total in 1877, 24,457. Decrease, 4.775. The Senate stands 26 Republicans, 8 Democrats and 2 no choice. The House, 86 Republicans, 16 De...

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. — 16 April 1878

HOR8K STOLKT From Mr. W. A. McKulty.of Boon ville The Thief in Sedalia. From Mr. J. L. CBrjan of Boonville, the Bazoo learns the following'particu'ais of a horse-stealing affiair that occurred in that city on Monday evening : Mr. W. A. McNuIty, a butcher of Boon ville, has bad in his employ for aone time past, a young man by the name of Frank Heuby, who up to last Monday, had always conducted himself in an honorable and straight-forward Banner. But he com mitted anacl on last Monday evening, that will forever brand hiui aa a felon among his fellow men. About three o'clock in the evening of the above mentioned day, Mr. McNuUy, not suspecting that Henhy would leave, gave him $31 in money and his pony, ar.J told him to ride out in the country and purchase a couple of beef cattle. Hen by took the money and horse, and left, and since that time has made himself rather sc-trce around Boonville, as he did not return, and Mr. McNulty is now anxiously awaiting developments. Mr. O'Bryan made i...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 16 April 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1878. - THE END. "They have killed me t last !" And he died. The fading of a unit in this great mass of humanity that makes up the living busy world occurs ever; moment. And every good man, in times of peacs died in his bed, surrounded fay kin and friends. His last words re caught and treasured as jewels; the counsel from his lips is gath ered and put awsy as a sacred thing, and when the last awful moment comes -when the soul wrestles with its earthly tenament and frees itself they bury the mortal dross. There is a mournful procession a funeral cortege a dark hole a dark ob ject is lowered into it a few shovelfuls of earth, and all is over. He was a good man, nd some society or lodge of which he was a member pass the stereotyped set of phrases called "resolutions," the intent and purport of which is, to inform the world that John is different, and we are natur ally led to inquire why it is that the last poor boon that can be vouchsafed to man...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 April 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. Ei OF DVXHTISnrG. DAILY BX200: Oac square, one insertion. .. $ 74 " three 1 50 WEEKLY BAZOO: One square, or less, one inversion $1 25 Eack subsequent insertion. 75 One square one time, daily a weekly.. 1 75 J. WEST GOODWIW, Editor andFrcprietoi Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily paper in the city, an' xtcn.ively read throughout th central tortion of the State, by business men, and caching all classes, it offers inducementi . advertisers as the beat Medium through which to reach the public. VOLUME IX. SEDALIA, MISSOURI. TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL 23, 1878. NUMBER 43. TERMS Or SUNDAY XOSXCfO BAZOO: One year, - $2 51 TOUR ON THIS SPACE. An Adventure of Carl Schurz. It wts in Spandau that the adven tare occurred which won Carl Schurz his knight's spurs if one may use a medieval figure in this unknightly age. But the whole adventure is thorough- lv romantic. Before the troubles of 1844, Schurz was studying medicine at Bonn, and there became intimate with the poe...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 April 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY. APRIL 23, 1878. TTLTOIP8 CONFESSION. At last the truth has come out, Beecher is stripped of his sanctimo nious garb, and stands before the world lu ail the naked hideousness of an adulterer. The weak partner in his shame, Elizabeth Tilton, unable to longer bear the terrible secret which has been gnawing at her heartstrings for four long years, has made au open confession of her sin, and this morn ing the following card appeared in the New York papers : Mr. Iea B. Wheeler: Dear Sir A few weeks since, after long months of mental anguish, I told, as you know, a few friends I had bit terly deceived, that the charges brought by my husband of adultery, between myself and Rev. Henry Ward Beecher was true, and the lie I had lived so well for the last four years had been intolerable to me. That statement I now solemnly reaffirm and leave the truth with God to whom I also commit myself, my chil dren and all who most suffer. 1 know full well that explanations wil...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 April 1878

fl nMiirr TttMy Vmiiii TAwm and Enterprising City. A CLERICAL SCANDAL. The Her. Dr. Little's Relations with Yellow Girl. Spec ill Correspondence Sedalia Bazoo. Emporia, Kax., Aran. 13th, 78. If Horace Greeley had lived till now, he would hare realised that his saying "young mas go west," had borne fruit in abundance. The emigration to this state is simply eaomoos. Every train is filled with an in telligent and well-to-do class of people from nearly every state and Europe. Can you give THE REASON why Missouri, with as good soil, climate and cheaper improved farms nearer market, is passed by. I have one reason to offer Kansas invites in every conceivable way, thoroughly posts the emigrant before start ing to seek a home in the advantages they have to offer. Missouri must wake up or take second class. EMPORIA IS A LIVE TOWN. Commercial street with its broad thorough fares an J neat blocks would be a credit to a much older town. The Normal school building k a stately edifice and stands ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 April 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY. APRIL 23, 1878. EASTER. Something About the Day and its Origin. How it Eu Been and is Observed. Last Sunday was Easter, the Christian passover and festival of the resurrection of Christ. St. Paul calls Christ "our Pasch," and both the eastern and western churches from the beginning distinguished a twofold event in the Easier commemoration, the slaying of the "Lamb of God" and his reasurrec tion; hence thegterm in their liturgies, pafcha crueinxxon.it and patcha remrredionu, And the distinction between the day on which Christ died and that on which he rone again l,had not a little to do with the Easter controversy in the early church, originating in a difference of custom with regard to the day of the week and the day of the month on which Easter should be celebrated. A the Christians held that Christ, the true paschal lamb, had been slain on the very day when the Jews in celebration of their passover immolated the fugitive lamb, so, both in the West an...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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