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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 26 August 1884

r SEDAL1A WEEKLY BAZOO. VOLUME 16. SEDALIA, MO., TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1 884. NUMBER 16. THE iJiST DITOH. FAILURES. Misery loves company. Dana To think, for all my service, I should thus be ignored, with not a voice to trump my claims. Butler 'Tis even so, my lord, with in . grate party cliques. I, too, have suffered at their hands. Dana Aye, but we yet will be avenged. Butler Ha ! say you so. Then I am with vou. , . Dana That's spoken like the noble man vou are. Come, let us ign the compact and seal it with our blood, if need be. Tableau. . r v RICHA&D G. RADCLIFF. For particulars see Third Page. THE DEAD FIREMAN. Brief Biography of George Young Killed in the Col lision Near Stoutsville l.Tiit & 'J ' "v. 7 GEORGE YOUNG. Yesterday, all that was mortal of George Young, the unfortunate fireman who was killed in the collision at Stoutsville Saturday was laid to rest in the beautiful Riverside cemetry at Hannibal. A large number of members of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Fireman,...

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 August 1884

2 fflE SEDAIilA TOJEKLY BAZOO, TEUSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1884. I . : im : ' i ?i OHBMI3T. Bill Nye Tries His Efforts to Im prove a Red-Headed Man. Cleveland Sun. 1 often think how many scientists and experimental chemists and coron ers are swallowed up by journalism. and how thankful the public ought to be that they are in a field where they cannot get at the lives of the people. We often find fault with fate, but cer tainly it is wisdom that takes a man out of the drug store and puts him in the sanctum. W. L. Visscher, who has done journalistic work on many papers, and work too, that would have made his reputation world-wide if he hadn't been so infernally anonymous about it, was once a drug clerk in Kentucky. If you watch closely you will -ee the man who is intended as a newspaper athlete, will go through the gamut of trades and pr ressions, but will surely get into jourralism first or last. And it isn't such a calamity to befall a young man either, as it used to be. Of course, I mean i...

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 August 1884

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1884. 3 WITH A RAZOR. Richard G.. Radcliff Cuts His Throat from Ear to Ear. No Clue as to What Caused Him to Commit the Rash Act. A Letter From a Young Lady to Whom He Was Engaged. The Evidence as Given Before the Corner's Jury Yesterdy Morning. At a little after 7 o'clock yesterday morning the report spread throughout the city that a man had committed suicide at Bonner's restaurant on West Main street. A Bazoo representative went thither and found that the report was only too true, and Kichard G. Radcliff was lying on a bed in one of the upstairs rooms a corpse. Bazoo readers will remember that on Saturday last Radcliff became intoxicated, and while in this state had a fine gold watch stolen from him by a man named Stevens, who was subsequently arrested and bound over to the November term of the criminal court. Saturday evening Radcliff was too drunk to know what he was doing, and as it was well known that he had a large amount of money ...

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. — 26 August 1884

4. THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1884. si , vST 300DWIS. ZOO IM. 50 i 00 2.1 - SUBSCRIPTION fcL. icc.uding Monday, per year,. .,.20 d.iy edition, ppj year .... .. . a v -uy number per year .'-. delivered, per week, KEWS EEAi-ERS z&ps'.brrj supplied at 2, cents per copj. A'd subscriptions payable in advance, ano iscci'dnued at the end of time paid for. HOW TO SEND MONEY. iteza'.ttaiices may be made draft, money xder or registered letter, ut bur risk. Give cotofficc address in full, inc. Aiug state anrt rzutv. ar I addiesi . VK:. GOODWIN, Sedalia. Mo. WEEKLY BAZOO, do likewise, and also in Missouri, where, in order to still further aug ment their power, the greenbackers make a. prohitmiou platform ami place a whisky deiler at the head of their ticket. If there is auy moral or miy lesson iu thee things, it is that parlies are corrupt aud must go. THAT PRINTING BILL- What Mr. Heard has to Say Concercing His Action in Regard to It. The CtrarRes of Bad Faith and De cep...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 26 August 1884

THE SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1884. i: 7 FOREIGN. I The French Bombard Foo Chow Only Meagre De tails of the Battle. The Chinese Claimed, to Have Been Defeated With Heavy Losses. The Cholera Still Spreading It Reaches England by Ship. . Cther ? Old World Happenings and Stories of Wreck and Disaster. to rise. Eight steamers will ascend the river to the first cataract to-day. Col Cal- nelle will so to Doneola. Il is reported that the followers ol El Mahdi are dyin At the rate of three a dav ironi some m- testinal desease. England. THE "WAR BEGINS. London August 23. A dispatch from Shanghai this morning says Admiral Cour bet has announced his intention of bom barding the arsenal at Foo Chow to-day. The French consul in this city has lowered his flag. Advice3 from Pekin ot yester day state that Govs. Yunnan and Qaangsi have received imperial orders to march their forces into Tonquiu. A dispatch to the Times which left Foo Chow, at 2:15 p. m. to-day says that hostilities be...

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. — 26 August 1884

6 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO TUESDAY, AUGUST 2tf, 1884. PROHIBITION. 5rhe State Alliance ani Pro hibitionists ijarCj;-mention. fJThey Nominate Candidates for Governor and Lieut. Governor. Crand Speeches by Johnson, Van,Bennett, Switzler and Others. prohibition to Take the Field in an'Agprressive Form. The Prohibition Convention. Pursuant to adjournment the delegates t o the state convent ion of the Prohibition Home and Protection party, met in this city yesterday. The delegates to the con Tention assembled at Germania Hall at 10 o'clock, where they were called to order by W. Watson, of St. Louis, chairman of the St. Louis convention, and chairman of the state committee. J. D. Hailman, of SL Louis, acted a? secretary. The call for the convention was read after which the session was opened with prayer by Rev. Cox. The roll of delegates was then read. Judge Baker, of Green county, offered the f ollowmg resolution : jResolved, That this convention do re spectfully invite the Prohibition A...

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. — 26 August 1884

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1884. IN tfAVOR OF PEACE. A Man Who Wanted Not the Declaration of Independence. Some time ago, at a public gather ing in Webfoot county, Colonel Lads mon was selected to read the declara tion of independence. He had not proceeded far when an old fellow, who had come with a large following of Drv Fork boys, shouted : 'Mister, what sort o' article is that you're readm' ?" "The declaration of independence, sir." "Wall, now, the war's over out here in this section, an' we don't want none o' that secesh business. I fit for the south, an' I sniffed a good dealo' smoke and stopped several pounds of lead, but when I flung down my old fuzee, I agreed that the scruni mige was dun. Now, Mister, I don't think that you air doin' right to come out here and read that thing to the young folk3. Lee's dead and Grant's busted up, they tell me, so what is the use of all "this hurrah business ? I am as good a southern man as any body, but I never was no glut...

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. — 26 August 1884

8 THE SEDAUA WEsSEJjY BAZOO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1884. OUR FALL STOCK! Ih arrviing daily and in a short time "we will have the house packed with choice new goods, comprising all the newest novel ties of the season. mSmr A grand specialty. Don't buy until you see our spread. These goods were all carefully selected by our buyer, and bought for spot cash, direct from importers, and from the mills, there by saving the enormous profits made by the jobbers, who sell to the small dealers. "W IB IP IR, O ZMI I S E I You an exhibition of the grandest stock of Dry Goods ever shown in Central Missouri, and prices that will not be downed by competitors in this or any other market. Look out for prices in next issue. Come and see us. Respectfully, MESSEELY & MEIJSCHKE, 310 OHIO STREET. McliAUGHIiXN BROS. KO. 116 WEST SEOONB STJEWSEST TJKTDE5BLT LKJESI? SJ Coffins, Caskets, Hetalie Cases and Caskets, Burial Robes, etc Night clerk at store. We are i aoroughly prepared to attend to all calls in ...

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. — 2 September 1884

25 5 SEDAuIA WEEKLY BAZOO. VOLUME 16. SEDAXIA, MO., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1 884. THE CAMPAIGN OF PRINCIPLES. ... .- 'Search ye, not the scriptures, but the records." CRIMINAL CALENDAR DE. CHURCHILL. The man who will be beaten by the reg ular nominee of the App'eton City con vention which meets to-day. The doctor has issued the following cir cular : THE OTHEK SIDE ! Dr. Churchell, the man who "can't speak," will present to the people at A few facts, boiled down and well stirred with a red hot poker. They can be taken before or after eating. HAPS AND MISHAPS. Gone to Ireland. New York, Augut30. Letton and Red mond, sailed for Ireland to day. A large number of friend-?, among whom were Mrs. Parnell, bade them farewell. Mrs. Clar ence S. Lozier, of the Woman's Suffrage party, asked them to convey to the Irish party in the house of commons the thanks of the woman suffragists of this cauntry for voting in favor of woman suffrage, and the assurance of sympathy with the cause of Ireland. Br...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 2 September 1884

SUPBRtfellCftdi 3 THE SEDALIA WEE: Some i3s t i5 i J It to Numbers. Gel tain have ''been , v. , mimoers nave oeen re garded with superstition and certain . events connected with numbers are ofcffrious interest. . The number 14 has often been observed as having - singularly influenced the life of Henry IV and other French priuces. : On May 14, 1029, the first kiw of it. XL. John then theurntlon of France. H-Sbrv in"EdWrd LfEdward II. : ileltionTthekisa3 dethnedand put to death. : Edward III. and Richard IL; dethroned. Henry Itf., V. n.d VI.. then the crown passed to the :heuse sf York. Edward IV. and V, and .Richard III. : ihe , crown, wonv by T-r m 1 TT- - TTTT nenry muor. xienry vii. and VIII., and Edward VI: Ladv Jane Grey's usurpation. Mar-vy Elizabeth : the crown passed to the house of Stuart: James I , Charles L ; revolu tion. Charles H.t James II ; inva sion of William of Orange William LoSlon JJH-BJ&PfY. SEPTEMBER 2, ISgj, th T jp- ranee named Henry was consecrated, j . i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 2 September 1884

.-4 ' J i 111- ,1- ATT r? T H TT THESED ALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER. 2, 1884:. If jar - 6 V TUSSLE IN THE TWELFTH, Amon-the- Faithful Demo crats for the Nomination of a Congressman. Full Proceedings of the Con gressional Convention at Appleton City. "W-. J. Stone, of Vernon County Nominated on the Thir- ty-Eighth Ballot, THE BCSY BEE. "1ippleton City, August 26. -Special. A convention at Appleton Citv is an in novation, and a congressional convention is a big thing. This place is like unto a swarni of bees, only it is composed of politicians and their friends. "Bv industry we shall thrive," is a trite adage in which the ambitious' southwester is endeavoring to excel the "busy bee." Appleton City, alive to the comfort and convenience of their guests to-day have done everything that was possible for them' to do to accomplish that end. lhe hotels here, which are more in number AND BETTER IN QUALITY i tnan usuailv found in places of this size, are not equal to the emergency of...

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. — 2 September 1884

4 THE SEDALIA "WExCKTiY BAZOO, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1884. 31 ; , m bazoo :F?jfl Gfr SUBSCRIPTION i &&v; Including Sunday, per year $10 (Hi Jcauay.editiou, per year. r . 2 50 W-$kLy;n2 numbers. per year......... 1 00 &y. uellvered, per week. 25 - - NEWS EKALER3 ojrai&riy Applied at2 cent3 per copy. Ail ffabsexfptions payable in advance, and Jscentinued at the end of time paid for. HOW TO SEND MOKEV. iismlttanees majr be made uv draft, iconey der or rjfristwed letter, at our risk. Give .OsioliJee address in full, incL ding 3tate and texy, azjd address ; 7 J. t-VL:. GOODWIN, Sedallfc, Mo. WEEKLY BAZOO. fcEDAllA MO. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1S84. " - '. i FOR 1'KESIUF.XT: I - GKOYER 'IjEVEL,AXI. . FOR VICE-PRESIDENT: . TIIAMNLtS A. IIEXimiCKS. Girl" to "lift" him into the office he eeeks. He'll need all the foreign help he can lay hands on. Sabe? "When it comes to a choice between brains and a laugh the voter ought not to hesitate a moment as to which he will choose. BOYS ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 2 September 1884

THE SEP AT J A WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1884. 1 k Written for1 the Sunday Morning Baqoo. "LOVE'S YOUNG DREAM." We parted by the gate in June. In balmv rose-leaved June, And on the lillies gleamed the dew And ov rhead the moon. She promised that for aye and aye, She nould be true to me And I I swore as lovers swear Tnat naught could make me free. She wept upon my manly breast, I heaved a doleful sigh .And vowed far rather than to part I'd murh prefer to die. "We met amid September's bronze. Her crimson leaves and dun, And on the hLlsidestubhle gleamed, nd overhead the stir. -She stood half doubting, then she spoke In civil tones no more ""It seems to rue in days agone, I've met you, sir. before. But can't recall the time or place And then she changed her tune - "Oh, y(F. I mind me now, it was Sometime ago in June. Sidce then I've met so mf ny folks To whom the heart doth clins You must excuse" and here she twirled A brand new diamond ring. And I I bowed and went my way, Co...

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. — 2 September 1884

6 THE ISWmMKSWEmiM MM. ; --CAPTURED: JBaker, the Horse Thief Qap- tured hy the Sheriff of ; - Saline County. ,n Interview With, a Gentleman in Hegard to Horee Thief i - Stabler .-approaching; The Trial of Tom Brownfleld and Frank Hopkirk for Murder. An Interview With the Boy sin the Clinton Jail a Few Days Ago. A telegrfiu was icceived in this city yes ierd3j, stating that the man Baker, who stole a horse and saddle from the stables of .Hughes & Harris Tuesday, had been cap tuied by the sheriff of Saline county. The firm sent printtd postal cards to farshall and as soon as the man arrived ihere he was captured and lodged in jail. The horse and saddle were recovered. Constable Mcnt Carnes left yesterday for Marshall in answer to the telegram and 7?ill brine the thief back to-day. A gentleman arrived in the citv yester day and infoinsid the reporter that he had met Detectives Hcmans ard Reynolds on .lheir road to Marshall, having followed the , thief in that direction. Had the Mar...

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. — 2 September 1884

THE SEBALTAT WEEKE5 3? AMONG- THE SHAKER. The Bright Sand . Shapide of 4 little by seeing bur two friends marcn ipgr u$ -to .cte rugate accpmgaiuedtby tHree olKer cows, tfie water-tap was again called into requisition, and the new-cbniers'i?efeTniiIe'toauher5elped liberally.A Tnen, with -gr&tifietl and In tnusVn)f a sWlftnd-hasty repeated -boo6VXap Tinaniinoiis nf ti .interesting tfnii 1 frnli vote of thanks), our- visitors slowly arched on to their pasturage. It was correct the mimy erroneora Ms and ? f hf -&leu. fP" impral'ong "prevalent loncirmng tlon: bad ?ed down i0 therr f tei, r -1 - 5. i 20SS1DS anddairv comDanions. ana nad tnem, ' wen as io iDiurut many now s , . - r ' ' oSr fkoii mnWih or,i informed them how I can not say, they may improve tnejr moral ana 0 c,. . ... . oftini'njg' tUr, can you ? -of their liberal entertain- instotheir-bSpmnessfia this Wld men,t tb?n tf token . the very rHlSBETRASrBD THE PRESIDENT z: v ayT) 4-- " . a - .inff. t fw j&r s Andrew J...

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. — 2 September 1884

THE SBDAUA "WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1884. FIRST COMPLETE STOCK ! Our mammoth str ck of Dry Gords and KotionE now in order and ready for inspection. Onr chairing and counters fairly groan by the -sreignt of a 835,000.10 stock. All previous efibrts laid in the shade. ATTRACTIONS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT! Prices Will Tell and People Will Tell tiie Prices ! One hundred pieces half -wool Poplins at 10c per ard. One hundred pieces Imported Ottoman Suitings xt 35c per yard. Five hundred yards Colored Silks at 50c per yard Five hundred yards Lyon's Black Gros Grain Silk at$l.57 One case lress GinghamB at Sc per yard. IN OUR DEESS GOODS DEPARTMENT ! Alone there are attractions worthy your visiting our place. All the newest shades and fabrics of the season. Headquarters for fine and stylish Dress Goods. BLACK AND COLOKED SILKS ! PLAIN AND BROCADED SUITINGS ! PLAIN AND BROCADE VELVETS ! BLACK AND COLORED CASHMERES ! Fifty bolts colored yard wide Cfshmeres at 25c I Two hundred and fifty ...

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. — 9 September 1884

I i f 1 SEDAUA weekly bazoo. YOIiTJME 16. SEDAXIA, MO., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1884. NUMBER 18. " This is a BAZOO-Price 10 Cents Directions for Using, &c nnw nn earth, imitates any bird This wonaeritii musical iumiuwcui, rr. . . Lai. With it you can pUy or si?J5 any tane. It requires no "strucuon to uu. . . i- t : r.oT- anrl nnt it Let one play a live y tnne on a vioim, iamj, puu u ers drol anLcLpaniment with the Bazoo and you have Wd "jW'Pf: : . i tj .Uf;nn cnpnkinpr in a shrill voice. U Intc , S - bat sin make sotne noise, as the cut.cnt-cut.ca-da.cut of a hen he crowf ooste of a crow, the moo of a cow and hundreds of other . noises. If the Bazoo does not work properly, place the lips over the four holes m the tin and draw the brth ud out a?ew times" Many imitations can be made better by speak through Sreround holes in the wood, or covering three holes in, the tin with the lios lfaving the fourth uncovered. A quartette or chorus singing through the Bazoo ffi'hJi &wn the hou...

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. — 9 September 1884

2 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 3884. THE BENDER FAMILY. The Killing of the Desperadoes, Related by Oapt. J. O. Reeves, An Eye-Witness of the Tragedy. The Names of the Party Given, and' the Story of the Slaying Told in Its Details. St. Louis Republican. The sudden disappearace of the members of the murderous Bender family after the revelation of their numerous atrocties, and the failure of all efforts to discover the whereabouts of the fugtives, enshrouded the whole affair with an air of impentrable mystery. The veil was not lifted until some twelve months ago, when the Kepuhlican published the story of one of the avenging party which overtook and annihilated the whole family in the Indian territory not far from the banks of the Grand river. The author of that graphic narrative, Capt. J. C. Reeves, of Appleton City, Mo., i3 at present a transient guest at the hotel Barnum, and when seen by a Republican reporter last nigkt he cheerfully consented to give all the det...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 9 September 1884

r THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1884. ST. LOUIS' STYliB. St. Louis is bound to maintain her reputation as a very, very slow and pokey old town, even if she has to sacrifice a few thousand dollars to do so. Everybody there considers it a bounden duty to move with the gait of old Rip Van Winkle, and when ever a citizen forgets himself and gets a len-cent move on him, the fire de partment is called out and the sleep- inrr nllinAmflTl Till deed into a semi- "& r v conscious state and asked to arrest the wild man. Business is done on the take-it-easy plan, and no one gets in a sweat, even in dog days. The v only lively inhabitants are the gam blers and mosquitoes; they are all busi ness. St. Louis had a grand opportunity to spread herself, (in fact, she has had several) in the opening of the exposi tion, which took place last night, but as usual with her, the opportunity went begging and the spread was deferred ; it will come along in about a thousand years. Owing t...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 9 September 1884

4 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1884 31 , la isaZOO c Vt Gfcoswnr. Sfri'itakB liSr SUBSCRIPTIONS! fiy.'Inclndlng Sunday, per .year..... $10 00 icnduy editien, per year, r... 2 SO Wv,"3klyt5i nurabors.per year...,..... 1 00 pally, deli vared, per week. r 35 KEWS DEALERS -'Jegularly pplfed at 3h cents per oqpy. . All subscriptions payable in advance, and Jecontinued at the end of time paid for. HOW TO SEKD MONEY. ficmittances may be made by draft, money xder or registered letter, at our risk. Give s$offlceadilrss in full, lncL.4ing state and S3tyrand address J. W&mJ GOODWIN. Sed&lifc, Mo. WEEKLY BAZOfr SEDALIA. MO. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1884. FOR PRESIDENT: " G ROVER CLEVELAND. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT: THOMAS A. HENDRICKS. CLIFF JACKSON'S CAMPAIGN. The canvass has now progressed far enough for the voters of Pettis county to fairly judge upon what grounds 'the man who laughs" expects to be elected prosecuting attorney. In his feeble way, he revised an old speech of...

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