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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 17 December 1878

Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily paper m-the city, a::-1 xtensively read throughout the centra, onion of the State, by business men, and selling all cUmsc, it offers inducement! advertbexs as the best medium th.rott l.Ich to reach the public. BATES OF ADVERTISING. DAILY BAZOO: One NUire, one inatrtioa. ....-...... $ ' 44 three " 1 50 " one weeh ........... 2 51 WEEKLY BAZOO: One aquare, or law, oaeiauwraioa..... $1 1 Each trabseauent insertion .. ' Doe square one time, daily weekly.. 1 75 VLOUME. X SEDALIA. MISSOURI. TUESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 17 1878. NUMBER 29. TERMS OF One year, 8C2TCAY xaastaia SAZOO: $2 -j(J AuUtihixS. J. WEST GOODWUf. WEEKLY BAZOP. ! hat daily crowd our establishment, we take this opportunity to urge partie wih inglo buy to cll early, an we can devote more time in showing auch bargains as no other bouse in our line can afforJ. JUSTBECEIVED Two cases more cotton flannel. We are the only bouse in the city celling aame at five cents a yard. A nic...

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. — 17 December 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1878. THX TJ. 8. 8IKATOR8HIP. Tba Kanaas City Mad of a recent date has a Terr interesting chapter on tkalT. S. Seaatonhip. According to this authority, the same old nngsters who have ao often aold out Vest be fore are ruaning him now only to sell hiat ont again. In 1876 they were under the necessity of securing a State administration that would accent the retirinc Treasurer Mercer's checks and leere the State deposits in toe ring banks, which bad the State's money loaned out and could not produce it on deamand. Then thev brought out Vest for Governor and took him into the Deaiocratic State convention with strength to be sold out advantageously by them strength enough to enable tbem to bring Phelps to terms and form a successful combination with him on Governor. Treasurer and Attorney-General This was the com bination that laid Vest on the shelf that time. Just now it it evident tbat these ringeters are again deceiving and using Vest with n...

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. — 17 December 1878

A GRASS WIDOW. Bow She Pulled the Wool Over a Man's Eyes-She Took Fifty Dol lar aa a ".Bridal Gift "Little Bit or itOTe. Freai lUo Ieim-r N;r. A few week since there came to this city aqaiet, deaaare looking woman, who ap plied lor board in a private family, stating that she wan a dressmaker in search of em ployment. Notwithstanding the demure expression of her countenance and an air of sadness which pervaded it, there waa roguish twinkle in her eye, which betokened a spirit not entirely averse to the enjoy- menu of life. But in her manner and de portment there waa nothing indicating that tihe could be anything else than the Bid- hearted little woman she pretended to be. And it is not surprising that under these circumstance? the lady found her way to the bachelor heart of a gentleman boarding in the family. He sympathized in her is olated life her loneliness and unprotected condition seemed to him a pergonal re proach, and for the first time he awoke to the conviction that Cupid ha...

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. — 17 December 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1878. WHAT SHOULD BE DOICE? Another terrible outrage has occurred in Sedali,nd another innocent man added to the roll of viclima of thug and awajuine, who operate on our public thoroughfares. It remain for our citizena to determine how long this Mate of affaire shall con- tinue, or wnetner uie uvea ana property ui , all shall be placed at the mercy of cut- throats and murderers. It ia no use to attempt to shift the res poasibilty the police. The police are not to blame. We have but two policemen on duty at once, to guard an area of nearly two miles square. They are faithful and vigilant men and do their duty to the beat of their ability. The fact ia, this city is infested with black thieves and aasaseins, and instead of a concerted action for their removal and extermination from our midst, they are Fuflered to remain unmolested until they complete their bloody work and leave with their red-handed proceed. A Urge number of the criminals in our peni...

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. — 24 December 1878

T WEEKLY BAZOO, Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily paper in the city, n;:--r.-iiMvely read throughout the centrr. .rtlon of the State, hy business men, :uu .u-hliur all classes, it oficrs inducement advertiser a the best medium throur.' .inch to riach the public. SATXS OF ADVERTISING. DAILY BASOO : One square, one insertion. $ "!t " ttoree ... ........ 1 50 " one weetf--- IK. WEEKLY BASOO: " Dne square, or lesm, one inse-twoa..... $1 25 j Cmch subsequent inwrtiau..M.M.MM.. 75 ! Dae square one time, daily ,veeklr 1 75 ADDRESS. j. west Qoopimr. vloume. x SEDALIA. MISSOURI. TUESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 24 187S. NUMBER 30. TEK.M3 OF SUNDAY HORNING )uc ywar, bazoo : 52 50 BUSY 4S BK1S Owing to the ianeM BUSH OF BUTSatt hatdiily crowd our establishment, w take this opportunity to arge partiea viah fag to bay to call early, as we can devote tore time in showing auch bargains aa no other bouae in our line can afford. JUST DECEIVED Two cases store cotton fannel. We are the only ...

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. — 24 December 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. ' SEUAL1A TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1878. A test vote in the House, on Cnaliu ers' motion, shows the party strength 132 to 103. The Skinner apparatus, at the late fire in St. Louis, has again proved a lamentable failure. The Edmunds bill, which has passed the Senate, leaves to each State the settlement of disputes arising over its electoral votes, the settlement to be made by such tribuual as each State may invest with the authority. The joint session of the two houses of Con gress, which assembled to count the votes, shall accept the return properly certified by the authorities of the State, unless both houses agree in re jecting it In other words, it requires that the concurrent votes of the two houses shall be necessary to reject the electoral votes of a State. Congress has got along bravely with the appropriation bills thus far this session, but it could not keep bands off busiaew. and so the bill to regu late inter-State commerce was passed by the House of Representat...

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. — 24 December 1878

TJLXSQS WILLI ASK1 SABBATH BREAKING. Ob she giars ef Fareoa WillUina The ma i brown and Meaeaed, It w mr than fifty wiaters I be liTcd sea taognea m preacBea. Bat bit NMfBory n Sew E&glead No winter snows can kill ; Of hi jcoodatM sad bia droHaesa Countless iteeaila liagcr atill. Aad among those trnwand legesd I hold this one a boon. Sow be got in Deacoa Crosby's bay Oa Sunday afternoon. Mm waa midway ia asermoa. Meat orthodox, on grace. When a aound ofUisUnt thunder Broke the quiet of the place. Now the meadows of the Crosbys Lay full within bis eight, A he glanced from nut the window Which atood open on hit riftbt. And the green and fragrant ha cock By acre there did stand ; Not a meadow like the Dracon'a tar or Bear in all the land. Quick and lond the claps or thunder Weul rolling tlirouich the skies, Aad the Parson saw his Iacon Looking out with anriouaeyea. 'Now, my brethren," called the Parson. And called with might and main. "We must get in Brother Crosby's hay, duty bow ...

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. — 24 December 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. SE DALIA TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1878. BAKES BACK. He Arrives from the GulchM the Bio Grande. ol Something About Lipant, Battle snake end Tarantula. "HELLO! Thunder and biases, wake up ! " A stamping of feet jarred the building, the dor flew open, and just aa we thought of another Frank's Hall accident, and wa frantically endeavoring to lock the pate pot up in the safe, Gen. Montgomery and hia Itijr pipe 'teamed into the sanctum and gracefully rounded toon one wheel until he nugly anchored in a chair. After a warm welcome, we remembered that Solomon aid, "business before pleas nre" and a common school education made him rich, o we drew a pencil in three mo tion and fired the following interrogation : Reporter Where are you from, Bke? Montgomery Eighteen miles from the Rio Grande, and about 400 from Austin. Rep What do you call it? Mont Don't call it 'twouldn't come, if you did. But it la way out beyond the pale of civilixation in the unorganized por tion of Weaiern Texan...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 31 December 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO.! RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 DAILY BAZOO: I Om NHire. oae i&aertiea. $ ?f it .1 u 1 .10' inlCT ........ m vv i " one WEEKLY BAZOO: Da square, or lew, oae insersion..... $1 25 Eack subsequent insertion.. -. 75, Om square oae tine, daily weekly- 1 75 1 ADDRESS. J. WEST GOODWIN. Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily paper in the city, a:ts -:L;.?ively read throughout tho centra ortlon of the State, by business men, and aching all classes, it offers inducement? advertisers aa the bet medium throtiyi: ..lileh to reach the public. VLOUME. X SEDALIA. MISSOURI. TUFSDAS MORNING. DECEMBER 31 1878. NUMBER 31. TERMS Or 8C2TDAT MOBKZXO Oneyttar, BAZOO: $2 GO BUSY AS BEES ' Owing to the immense SUSH OF BUYERS kit dailv crowd our establishment, we take this opportunitTtouritep-rtiMwiMlilare allowed the privilege of paving iag to bay to call early, aa we can devote' More time in showing auch birgains aa no other koaae in our line can afford. JUST RECEIVED Two caeca more c...

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. — 31 December 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1878. LI AP FROM TOT MAI BBVCKS. JUST A8 GOOD A BIGHT. Two crazy men are in the habit of paying periodical visit to the White House at Washington. One of them comes in from the country near Bladensburg. the old duelling ground, only a few miles from city. He labors under the hallucination that he has been regularly elected President, says he has coma to take his seat, and apologize for not having come sooner. The other hails from Pennsylvania. He is more peremptory in his demands, and intimates that he has already for borne too much, and cannot wait longer for his office. Now, it is a curious fact that either of these lunatics has just as much, real lawful right in the White House as Mr. Hayes. Not only has Mr. Hayes never been elected President, but he has never put into the office by the forms always hitherto observed. As between him and the two out side lunatics, his advantage is reduced down to the single point of possession. In consti...

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. — 31 December 1878

7 LEGEND OF ST. NIC. A Beautifal Story of How Hu Love for Children Gave Him a Far petual Lease on Iiife. I Many, many years ago, so long in fact that the date cannot be approxi mated, there lived in the South part of German?, near the village of Claughs which has long since disap peared an old bachelor by the name of Nicholas Christian Kringle. His history exists only in the legendary traditions among the peasants of South Germany, and is as follows : Being of a devout disposition and vowed to celibacy, he constructed a small hut just within the edge of a thick wood, furnished it with the rude necessities a celibate's home and for occupation cultivated a small garden in the sum mer, and in the winter he gave his time to the children of the ueighlwr hood. He acknowledged but one pur pose in life, and that- was in securing the happiness of the little ones. Every one within a great circuit knew him familiarly, and the children loved him with a devotion only born of the ten derest care ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 31 December 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, DBCfcMBER 31. 1878. HEW YIAJtS CALLS. The irst mmj of the yaar, for bmbv ages, and la varioas parts of tha world, ku been celebrated aaa religion aad socisl festival. Tha Soman asada aa epecial holiday of it, ofrrinx sacrifices to Jaaes, who-e prin cipal festival occarrad os thia day, and lakiagcare that all tbej thought or aaid hoald be para aad favorable, aince every thing waa obhbobs for tbe occarrencea of tba wards year, la England the rinjcinp is tae a year, froai belfriee ef cborcliea, is aow tha oaly opeadeaioaatralionof joj at tba rvcarreace of tha Baaiversary. Through oat coatiaeatal Earope aad ia large citie of Aaaerira the day baa long beeB observed by socisl visits or calk by seaUeaaea aaaong tba faaailiea of their arqaaintaace. Gradaally the eestowi of opening our honee daring the day and evening to call era. baa crept into tha towaa aad village of the west as well aa the eaat It i alaiost the only aocial cueton we have, and every geatlenan, aaarr...

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. — 7 January 1879

Weekly Bazoo DAILY BAZOO Tbe olaisat daily paper ia the city, ait1 xtensively read throughout the centra, ortioa of the State, by wniiaim asert, and caching; all claaaia, it offers mdaceBaent o advertisers as the best aawdfasa througk .vliich to reach the public. OAII.Y BAZOO: One square, one iii'-crtion ; three r " ......... " one WMk . ........ 1 50 ........ Dne square, Of lens, one insersion..... $1 25 Each subsequent insertion.......... 75 One square ouc time, daily weekly.. 1 75 ADDRESS. J. WEST GOODWIN, volume, x SEDALIA. MISSOURI. TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 7. 1879. NUMBER 32. tunm or sciriUT One year, sasoo: $2 51 WEEKLY BAZQQ BATES OF ADVERTISING. SEDALIA BUSY AS BEES ' Oiling to the immense BUSH OF BUYERS bat daily crowd our establishment, we take this opportunity to urge par!te v.i-h ing to hoy to cll early, as we can devote more time ia allowing such hirg.iinj as no other bouse in our line can 8'orii. JUST RECEIVED Two cases more cotton flannel. We are the only bonne in th...

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 January 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEP ALIA TUESDAY, JANUABY 7, 1879. THE SOUTHWEST EXPEDI-TIOIT. xtradFrom ths Diary of a Sol disr Boy Bsfors the War. There is a law in Illinois which prohibits the contraction of debts by cities "in any manner or for any pur pose to an amount, including present indebtedness, in the aggregate exceed ing five per centum on the value of taxable property therein." But, since the passage of the law, the mu nicipal indebtedness of the State has been increased $10,000,000 and now foots up 1 51, 942,691. The slgual service officer at Sl Louis says that all our ''cold snaps" this wiuter have come from the north--west. The reports of them always coaling from Yankton, which is the western station of the dispatch cir cuit. The low temperatures are al ways in that direction. On last Sat urday, he said : "Kansas aud Nebras ka were covered by a snow storm. Sunday morning it had stopped there and St. Louis was getting the west end of it and Cincinnati the east end." And this is unifor...

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 January 1879

YESTERDAY. The First Day of the Year In Se dalia. Yesterday was more generally rbserved as a holiday than any preceding New Years in Sedalia. The fore part of the d.ny, tbocgh gloomy and threatening, wan mild, and the streets were filled with people. Nearly all of the bnmness hoares were open, and many of them did a good trade. The cutters flew throii"h the streets merrily, and the door bell of many of our hospitable mansion's had but little rent. The "nice young men" of Sedalia donned their most gorgeotw Apparel and wore their brightest smiles. They were received with bounteous hospitality by the fair eex, and the inevitable cake and wine liberally prof fered, though in many cie coflee was sub stituted for the latter. The fair entertainers performed their tank gracefully, and their guests will Ion remember the event that leaves fo many pleasant remembrance. Albeit, "after the opera was over," perhajis some of the fair hostesses indulged in something like this: Brinethe card-basket ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 7 January 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDAL1A TUESDAY, JANUARY 7,1879. RUN DOWN! FEWEL'S MURDERER Who it a Negro Named John Hogmn! Special Offioer Turner Catches Himin Joplin! Tho Offiotr's Story of nit! Pur- Hof&n Story as Belated by Himself! What Sheriff Murray Devel oped! It is an eld ssving that murder will nut While this is not an sbolute truism, it i is most caaes trae, and in ninety-nine case eut of a hand red, the murderer, sooner or later, k discovered, and the damning evi dear of hi- bloody deed rite up againit him. The public will aadoubtedly be grati fed to leant that THE MURDERER OF ROBERT R. FEWEJ-, who waa atricken down on the night of Dec. 3rd, on Ohio street, ia now aafelj chained in oar county il. There are a any things connected with the ferreting nt and art-eat of the mmdeier that have beea withheld from the public in order that the eoda of justice might not be defeated la order that the casual reader and strangers maj get at the particulars of the fair, and that THE CHAIH OF CIECTJ...

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. — 14 January 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. BATXS OF ADTXBTISIirO. DAILY BABOO: - One square, one iRsertioa. $ 7f " three " 1 SO " one weak ......... 2 5t WEEKLY BABOO: Dae sqaare, or lew, one uascrsioB..... $1 25 Each subsequent insertion - 75 Dae square one time, daily weekly.. 1 75 ADDRESS. J. f7E8T GOODWIH, Ski ) alia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily paper in the'eity, ai xtcnivelj read throughout the centra, or t ion of the State, by bnsiness men, and i aching; all classes, it, offers inducement o advertisers aa the best Btodium througk .vhich to reach the public VOLUME. X SEDALIA. MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 14. 1379. NUMBER 33. TCRMS Or STX9AY XOBSnVO BJLSOO: Oneyaar, - $ 2 59 THK DOOM OP ABUUTBD ONE A melancholy tragedy took place in the outskirts of Alpena, a village iu the northeastern part of Michigan, on Monday night Christmas week, and which wa briefly noted in telegrams the uext day. A once beautiful girl of the city of Cleveland, through the various steps that may follow tempta tio...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 14 January 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY, JANUABY 14, 1879. THX MESSAGE Tha Bazoo Extra this morning coataina Governor Phelps ma sage in full. It is a lengthy docu ajent, but a very important and inter esting om. It is a plain concise pre-senta-ent of the affairs of the State, and replete with valuable sug gestions for the correction of existing abuses and recommendations for new laws to provide for issues and emer gencies nsade apparent since the last General Assembly. The Governor carefully reviews our Treasury affairs and the action of Mr. Gates. Speaking of the indictment of the latter, he ears : If the Treasurer is guilty as charged, or has violated anv other law, let hira be punished. The Executive will screen no one from punishment. The 1... nf the State ahall be enforced against all alike, whether in public or in private life. But, as an act of jus tice to the Treasurer, it is proper that I should state the Treasurer demanded asieedy trial. He recoaimends an increase of rev enue, the t...

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. — 14 January 1879

THKT ALL GO. The door of the Sute corn crib will he tkrowa opes to-morrow. There is a ruh f wing end prodigious cackle in the air, a iron the four corner cone the' raral roostera with distended bills and eager an ticipation. The old birds are already there well they know the route through that barn yard, and taking tiaae by the forelock they early secured their position a poii the political dung hill before the pin feathered chicka should arrive. The latter can now ait cm the fence. So there i a prodigious to do in the State barn-yard, and the ockle and the crowing ia imaBeaae. Bat amid all the strutting there is no nitaking the clarion rote of the old game thoroughbred, who from coigns of vantage watch the- arrival of the country delegations. Ech of these old roosters cluck beseechingly, and knowingly scratch in the ground to intimate that they have a few rich kernels bid away especially for their friends. It is a conic sight to witness this scrabble, and those who a ramble to part...

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. — 14 January 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JAKUABY 14,1879. PICK UPS. Causjht from the Hours of a Verj Dull Day. And Voted Down as .Some Small Relief- A Bow Occurred in Wood Addition, on Friday ight, which aiaae tiling interesting for while in that neighborhood. A Rin went hone under the ii.iuence of whiskey, and proceeded tu wirai thing tip by dumping a lot of live coal upon the floor, and piled a Jot of clothing on top of them. The neigh bora became alarmed and cane down town for the assistance of the police. When the police arrived, the obstreperous individual bad gone to aleep, and peace n igned in Warsaw and Woods' Addition. Hogan. John Hogan, the colored man arrested by special agent Turner, in Wtbb City a week ago, for the nurder of Eobt. Fewell, was brought before Justice Clark yesterday , but his case was continued until Wednesday, Jan. 2Zd. Hugan.of course.persists in his in nocence, and is confident that he can prove that he wan not in Sedaha until Dec. 5th, two days alter Fewell was assault...

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