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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 21 January 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. RATES OF ADVXBTLSLWC. DAILY BAZOO: . One square, om jastrtioa. ...... ....... $ 7f three " 1 50 " one wee . . . 2 5t WEEKLY BAZOO: Doe square, or lens, owe iamraion..... $1 25' Each subsequent insertion...... ... 1 5 Oae square one tine, daily weekly.. 1 75 J. WEST OOODWTJT, HOME. It should be the aim and olj. d of every parent to make the eailv home of their children bright and happr. Nothing exerts such an influence of giod over our future lives, when dis persed through distant lands, as the fond re membe ranee of those enchant ing scenes which alone surround childhood's joyous home. Few are the hearts so hard and callous as to remain untouched by the thought of simple and innocent sports with their a . a . a DTotners ana sisters in the years long gone. Recollections of all the endear meats which duster around the paren tal roof, will bring the unhidden tears to eyes long dried to the piteous cries of misery and horrible scenes of blood. The rough old pioneer who has...

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. — 21 January 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY, JAXUABY 21. 1879. The caucus at Jefferson City did a charitable act in nominating General Shields for the short term Senalorsbip, r but did tbey do a wise act. f - St. Louis Republican : In the adop tion of the rules to govern the Sena torial election at the Democratic cau cus at Jefferson City, last night, the Vert-Allen combination was com pletely routed. The minority report made by Mr. Vest's leader, Senator Major, was made a test of the strength of this combination. Its chief points were the exclusion of Independent Democrats and those desiring in fu ture to co-operate with the Demo cratic party, the requirement to nom inate of only a majority of those vot ing and not of the total number of members enrolled, and the forcing of a vote before new lists could be made up. The majority against the com bined forces of Vest and Allen was about ten, on two or three rigid tests, and shows that, giving Allen but ten, Mr. Vest's total strength is fifty. Messr...

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. — 21 January 1879

tom earKefulsr Correspondent. Maiahall fa oat of the world again saewed is, sb1 the railroad ha Mopped all raasportatioa till the weather opes. A. greet auay eheep are dying in this eeaaly freei haager aad cold. Mr. William Field, aear Frankfort, haa lost a consider able eeaiber. The greet musical treat the Queen Esther Caatata was so well appreciated by the public, that, by request, it was repeated te a large audience Friday eight. Froat a dispatch jus receiTed fiom Hew York, we learn that Mr. Jao. H. Cor- dell sailed froai Queeastowa, England, Jan. 5th, with his prisoner, W. E. Johnston, the baak forger. The heavy and continued snow will have a good effect oa the wheat, and good fa rater seen to think that next year's crop hide fair te he all that is durable in qual ity and qaaaity. Collector Walker is punching tip the delinquent tax-payers quite lively. People who are unfortunate enough to own land had better look oat for this new revenue law. It won't do to fool with. Oar new Re...

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. — 21 January 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. SE DAL1A TUESDAY, JANUABY 21, 1879. A VEST OVATION. Tha Reception of the New Senator in Sedalia. It wm generally known that Col. Geo. O. Vol and (Jen. James Shield, the newly elected United States Senators from Mis sosn, would arrive here from Jefferson City on Friday afternoon, and accordingly a large crowd assembled at the Garrison House depot to receive them with such demonstrations of rejoicing as the weather nd t ares would admit of. 1 he car con taining the Senators and their especial friends wss ornamented with the legend in 80 line pica: "Missouri's Choice, George G. Vest." When the train came in sight a large bonfire was kindled on Ohio street; Joe Peltier's anvil battery thundered forth a aalate; tbe Sedalia Brass Band struck up an inspiring air, and the "most sweet voices" of tbe multitude shouted welcome ib prolonged cheers. When tbe train stop ped and Col. Vest made his appearance on the platform the CBthnsiatm was boundless. When the party stepped upon 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 January 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. RATES OF ADVERTISING. DAILY BAZOO:. One square, one insertion -.. $ 11 u three " m...... ......w 1 50 " one Mfc ... 2 50 WEEKLY BAZOO: Ose square, or less, one iaemon $1 25 Each subsequent insertioa.. ....... ...... 75 Oae square one time, daily weekly.. 1 75 ADDRESS. J. WEST GOODWIN, THE INDIAN TERRITORY. For twenty years the Indian Terri tory has been a bar to the civilization and settlement of the great South west, and for twenty years the Indian Territory has sat, like an oasis of bar barism, in the midst of a blooming field of industry, prosperity and civ ilization. Its fair and fertile soil is unturned and neglected, and one soli tary road runs through it, like the frightened emigrant crossing the fam ous Jornada el Macrtah, receiving nothing nor leaving nothing. The In dians, who claim it by right of treaty, are neither advancing in civilization or prosperity ; on the contrary, having intercourse only with renegade outlawed whites, their morals are contaminated ...

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 January 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1879. Phoebe Coureng has been lecturing at Atchison. That eminent Democrat, J. B. Mc- Culkrb. was unable to attend the Vest banquet last night. Now that the Senatorial agony is ' ever, the banquet spread and speeches jaade, it is probable that the Legisla ture will get down to its work. The polygamous ladies of Utah pre sent rather a strong case to Mrs. Hayes when they say that, if anti polygamy were enforced, it would make outcasts of 50,000 women who now have have happy homes and are houored wives. It is said that Senator Jones, of Ne vada, was a heavy loser instead of a gainer on the Sierra Nevada stock rise, and was only saved from com plete ruin by the friendship of John W. Mackey. It is understood that Mackey controls Jones and sends him back to the Senate. The following appointments for Mis souri postmasters were sent to the Senate Tuesday: Geo. A. Potlett, Mexico; L. W. England, Canton; J. T. Weathers, Harrisonville ; Louis Wehrnann, Washin...

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 January 1879

OUS SAILS. the Report of the aionere. Commie- Ths report of ths railroad comrnksiocers saya : Tbe railroads in the State bavs all been constructed since tbe 4tb of July 1861, at which tiiae there waa ao railroad west f the Mississippi river and nose reaching it frosa tbe Atlantic coast. The people of Missouri commenced building railroads frost that river as tbeir base and tensions. Aaslin A. King was governor of tbe State, Luther M. Keneett mayor of St. Louis, and Theaaaa AlleB was president of tbe Pacific railroad company, wben on tbe above named day tbe construction of tbat road was commenced at St. Loais with imposing ceremonies. Oa that occasion Mayor Ken nett BBoved tbe first shovel full of eartb. The first locoaotive seen west of tbe Mis sissippi was put upon the Mo. Pacific track ia 1862, sad at tbe close of that je.tr a pes senger train was run as far ss Cheltenham. The road was opened to Franklin ia July, 1853. At the close of tbe r there were 92? S VICT An Old Man from Wia...

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 January 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY, JAKUABY 28, 1879. Fired Out. lie came into Willard's last night for supper. His off boot was skewed around with the heel sticking out sideways from the hollow of Ins foot. His hat had been used to deaden the Bound of a pile driver, while a prominent bay window was artistically inserted in each knee of hi pants. He was not a proud man, hut the brand that came from his breath struck the stove and burned in letters like pho?phoruw. And it read "42 gal. XXXX." When he came in he turned his back to- the stove, and parting the two string of his coat that wasplit up to the neck aLd collar for that very purpose, he enjoyed the greatful heat. And he said that he be. d d if Tal- mnge would ever yet him to come up in his special car with him aain at such pjK-ed. The proprietor slid gradually around to the edge of the counter, when the man said, that they made the run from St. Louis in four houw. They came on urgc.it husine. And Mill the proprietor 6aid nothing, h...

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. — 4 February 1879

IF YOU IMTEJCD To buy a heavy shawl any tisie this year, now i the time. Sawyer & Springes have an immense stock, and are selling them at actual cost price. A good, heavy, double shawl for $2. Our $5, all wool double shawl now can be bought for 53 50. Come and see tn. SAWYER & SPRINGES, WEST MAIN STREET. Weekly Bazoo. three 1 60 " one week 2 5C WEEKL.T BAZOO: One square, or leas, eae iaaeton......$l 25 Eacn MihaMuent insertion .. o - 3m annate ose time, daily weekly- 1 75 VOLUME. X SEDALIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 4. 1879. NUMBER 36. ADDRESS. J. WEST QOODWUf. weekly bazoo;.; RATES OF ADVSBTirorCh DAILY BA300: , Om aanare. obc insertion. $ 71 Sedalia WEST. Cndudedfrom Fourth Rigt. magistrate's court that "I cannot swear that defendant is the other nan F WtineteYea, sir. I can't swear it Juror Do I understand you to. set that the taller man stood at the door? Witness Yta, sir. Mr. Cotgrove The man that was talking to yon and was murdered, was not so tall as the oth...

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. — 4 February 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY, FEBBDABY 4, 1879. WORRIED WEST. Trial of thft eUlfgwd FQot - Gtot Murdtrer. Introduction of Toitimooy for State. Croat Intoreot in , the Trial f Beaorted Exnresslv for the Baxoo from abort hand notes Boonville, Jan. 29, 1879. Tan case of John West came op in tb Circuit Cont at this place to-day, Jan. 29, at 8:30 o'clock. The jury was mpanelfd, conakting of the following natkaen: J. I. O'Brien, W. U. Scott, J. W. Waoldridge, Wait. Bank Luby, Aug. Schennedy, David Baulk Jr.. Bani. Goodwin. Otto Sneeler. J. Henderson and R. W. Whitlow. Mora than the ueoal crowd was in atteadence, all seeming very anxious to see the prisoner as well as to how the case might be going. The prisoner, John West, is a Tery good leokiag young man, of medium suture closely shaTen though perhaps for the first tiatt only about 24 years ol age, and does not look like a man who would commit so dastardly an act, nor one who would with forethought and intent, murder a fellow man in col...

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. — 4 February 1879

FA8HIONS OF THE SEASON. The season of eatety. which opens with New Year's Day receptions, is at its height. Ourcitj has sever been so fully given over to enjoyment as at the present time, and we are proud to chronicle that everybody studies economy. No body is ashamed of its cropping out on all occa aions. The economy fashion was notable in reception costumes far ibe New Year. Ladies who have abundance of means wore Mack silk costumes to receive in. having tfwin made in a manner that they could be serviceable for many occasions, and nobody otjected. Aud we presume, ww the monev-etiers to be heard from, there would be rejok-iagst the new departure. We have so often described the many ways in which party coetumes could be rotten up at litll zpenae, and how old or (art lyworn costume can be remodeled by the addition of a few yarl f brocade or "pekin" (the new striped silks), that further allusion would seem unnecessary, ware it not that many recent iniiino from host of new subscriber. ...

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. — 4 February 1879

WEEKJLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY, FEBBUABY 4, 1879. THI TBIAIi OF JOHlff I. WX1T. The tsetinoBy of the trial of Joha I. WoMor the Border of a imager near Pi lot Grove last October, has been published in fall is the Bazoo duriBg the past week, and closes in this issue, Tke evidence is purely circnawtaatial, but stronger evi dence was never prod seed at any trial, and Daniel waa hong on such weaker. Circumstantial evidence, under certain condition, ia the strongest ot all evidence. A maa maj look at a clock and hear it ticking ; be does not need to open it to know there is machinery inside. He may see a tree, and know that it has roots with out further evidence. He may look at the ioor that be stands upon and know that it has support, althoagb he aaay not see the support. Bat he aaust always be sure of the circuawtanoM. The force of such evi dence is gained by the multiplicity of the circumstances, and they must be conclu sive and all point the aame way. The circumstances are the f bras...

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. — 11 February 1879

IP TOTJ MTIHD Ta kav a kMTT shawl aav Usm this year. Bazoo. faow ia the time. Sawyer & Springes have aa iameaM stock, aad are selling; them at actual coat price. A good, heavy, double shawl for $2. Oar $5, all wool double shawl bow caa be bought for $3 SO. CeaMaadaMwi. SAWYEK SPKDf OES, WEST MAIN STREET. DAILY BABOO: Om square, one insertion. ........ $ 7? " three " -. ........... 1 60 " one ink 2 5G WEEKLY BAIOO: 3m MBare, or lean, oae imermoa ...... $1 25 Each rahaeqaent insertion ...... One aaaare one tine, dailv weekly- 1 75 VOLUME. X SEDALIA, MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 11,71879. NUMBER 37. . ADDBE88, J. WIST GOODWIJr. WEEKLY BAZOO. KATJCS OF ADVXftTIBIHC. - - - v - .., v .TmZ. fcjac ttj-W raC-aw . ir TM.tJju d'-nr-t. t - i-ir-irf --Vaj SEDALI A WEEKL rjBXIGHT AND HEALTH. Sunlifht is even as necessary to Ileal th in summer than in winter, for oae, among other reasons, that diain f actanta of all sorts are as ore necessary ia su aimer than in winter. The rajs of heat ...

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. — 11 February 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY, FEBBUABY 11, 1879. PHELPS' VIEWS. Upon the Treasury Complica tions. A reporter of the Kansas City Jour rial vesterdav interviewed Governor Phelps upon the Martin connection with the TrfiMurv embarrassments as published in another column : Reporter Are there any new de velopments in the treasury matter? Gov. Phelps Nothing that I know ot. I see the St. Louis papers have mnied Mastin's talk to the Kansas City Journal, and have lengthy editor ial comments which I have just finish ed reading. Of course I read all mat ters with deep interest. I have never held an office that I did not leave with clean hands, and I mean to surrender my present trust two years hence such condition, to tar as 1 am person ally concerned, that no man of i party will entertain even a suspicion of mv integrity. I had hoped that all mv associates in the administration of the affairs of State would so conduct themselves that their history could not be questioned. I have no doubt now...

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. — 11 February 1879

FASHIONS OF THE SEASON. As we are Uiry settled upon the new yar, and fashionables are rushing every sort of gayety before Lent settles them down to thoughts of th fcv hut little to chronicle this f - waek. exeewinr the t reduction iu good. Every J-hop advertises selling below cost, and manv aoods am placarded "at your own price. It i "a fact, many goods, and cspciiilly in the Tcadv-raadr departments, are at oaeV own price. If thev wish to purr-hat; at all, they could ask for no lower price A ilk dolman, well made and trimmed, cuu bo purciiased for SM. This it an investment, for, with little trouble, one ran remove tho lining and hav a taty pnng garment. Cloth dohnausaremluced to SSandSlO; and suiu silk trimmed, arealinoi given hh-. Sery lady wishes a circular. They are the most convenient wrap for driving, easily thrown aide. Uufaf.ten.-d at u tl roat. one can lcp from them and the carriage at once. We aaw mme in diagonal cloth at $12, the samn that commanded 3 before Christina that...

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. — 11 February 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. SE DALIA TUESDAY, FEBRUABY 11. 1879. BKMOVmO TOT CAPITAL. A proportion iB the shape of a bill has bees prepared and will be introduced into the Bouse, having for'its object the remov al ol the Stale Capital from Jefferson City to Sedalia. Aa may be expected, the proposition will aaeet with opposition froaa certain parties, and particularly incur the hostility of that fungus up;n the State, Jefferson City. But it is not the opposition that the proposition will aaeet that should be taken into consideration ; bat, rather, the necesi ty for its removal, which is yearly growing more imperative, in the first place; and the most favorable place for it in the event of its removal, in the second place. It cannot be dtspated that Sedalia possesses pre-eminent advantages for the location of the Capital, far above those enjoyed by any other city ia the State. Situated on the apex oi miles of rolling prairie, tax beyond the poisonous Miasma of ague breeding bottoms or river-chilled...

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. — 25 February 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO BATBB OF ADVEKTISnrO. DAILY BAZOO: Om square, one insertion .......... $ u three " 1 WKEXXT BAZOO: s square, or lew, one iasersioa..... $1 25 1 . mw i HHNUcni insertion M a Oae square one time, daily a weekly.. 1 75 J. WEST GOODWIN. AHHOUKCSMXHT. We are authorised to announce the MM of W. F. Haasberger aa a candidaet far Commissiouer of Public Schools, of rel tm county, subject to the deciiiou of the Democratic convention. td We announce J. B. Van Petten as eandtdata for School Coaiaiisftioiier, subject te the Ueaaocratic Uoonty invention, oa the Zf in iwL td HATUBB OF RELIGION The nature of religion, justly con ceived, consists not in the acceptance of any sfecial opinions, but in an atti tude of the will. In an enlightened man this attitude of the will results from his recognition of what is called the spiritual nature of the soul, and find expression in endeavors to meet the responsibility of leading a life con formed to the highest attainable con ceptions of the dut...

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. — 25 February 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO: SEDALIA TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1879. Chief Clerk Sejraour of the House is said to be a candidate for Secretary of State. The National Greenback Conven tion meets in Chicago on the 4th of March. What' the use? msTTo" he dreaded, , acy or stalwart Re- Which is the Bourbon Democracy publicanism ? Including yesterday, the legislature has been in session forty-six days, aud not a single bill has been seut to the Governor ! It is thought that the appointment of Nideletand Ladd forPoIice Commis sioners of St. Louis will be reported on unfavorably by the Senate investi gating committee A Maine editor advocated retrench ment, and must have been pleased when a week later the 81,100 office held by his son in the Belfast custom house was alndished. Globe-Democrat: In this great city of half a milliou of inhabitants, the police power has for years been the tool of gamblers and thieves of the worst description. Thus much ail must feel aud know. Up to date, one concurrent resolu tion ...

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. — 25 February 1879

r I 3' A Disastrous Sabbath Scorch. .. Extensive' Loss .of the t Messrs. Brown Brothers. A FiereeTire Fortunately Fought. A few minutes after oim oVlock yester day .fteruoon, the lrm of fire was given, and smoke wan simultaneously observed pouring out of the uppr story of the build ing next to White' Hall, and occupied by Morey & Crawford a.- a real estate office. The alarm was instantly responded to by the fire department, which was promptly at TIIESCEN'E OK ACTION in an incredible short space of time. Mr. Robert Feneil, John ?iewart, More? and several other citizen who happened to be in the immediate vicinity when the alarm was given promptly rendered their assist ance, and in a moment more the fire steamer was hi work at the corner of Third and Ohio under a full head of slearu. Those who first ran up the stairs of White's Hall noticed the partition, be timn the hallway and Morey Jc Crawford's and I'rown & Urn's store room in fl -tines. In the corner of the hallway wait an...

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. — 25 February 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. SE DALIA TUESDAY, FEBRUABY,25, 1879. BURIAL OF SIB JOHN KOOBS. JJot a drum was heard because the drummer was not feeling very well, and asked to be excused Jfora fanenl not ol any kind. As his corse to the rampart wc hurried ; not a single, solitary son of a gun of a Soldier discharged his farewell shot O'er the grave where the re Ba ins of the late Mr. Moore were de poshed. The farewell shot business was omitted oa account of the great scarcity of ammunition. We buried him darkly st dead of night and did the best job we could under the cir cumstances. We could not borrow, beg or teal a pick or shovel in the entire neigh borhood, and were obliged to turn The sods with our bayonets, which, ty the way, waa the first thing that bad been turned by said bsyonets since we were drafted. We did this all By the struggling moonbeams' misty light And the lantern dimly burning, with just about half enough oil in it, and a strip of an old flannel shirt for a wick. Few and short wer...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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