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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 18 March 1879

I WEEKLY BAZOO. BATES OF ADVXRTIIIHO. .BAIX.T BAZOO: . . One square,-one Insertion. ...........$. 71 three " . 1 60 u one week ' ................. 2 5C WEEKLY BABOO:' Dm aaaare, or leas, om insersioa..... $1 25 Eschaubseqaest insertion............... 76 Dae square one lime, daily a weekly- 1 76 ADDRESS. j: west good win. fbbbbbbbbbh8bbSbbbbb JMtfjMBClBBBBBB bhbbbbbbbbbbbbuLbbbbbwBV Kbbbbbbbbbb bbbbbbbbbbbbB BK'iilBBBPBBB" T SCHOOL BOOK PLAGUE There is thunder all around the sky in the reports of the ravages .of the school book plague upon poor and helpless communities. It h worse than the ancient locust or the modern grasshopper Fcourge. Those were local the school-book plague is everywhere. No portion of our terri tory where the public school system h planted is exempt irom its ravages. With its enormous advantages the public school system has one disadvan tage. It presents for the school-book plague a wide field, which is entered through a narrow, secret opening, very weakly guard...

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. — 18 March 1879

WEEKiFaMOO. rumvMmrmmauumii tjut. ! expectancy, mod Fomm. aothina- . r SEDALIA TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1879. -TBS STAT CAPITAL. For downright aore-headedaeai we. commend the following from the Jef fenwaiGkyr fWfrtnv; : v' n"As another bid for removing the SUte Ctl, the SedaliApeople a.-e goiog to have a railroad mrtryed from that City to Warsaw. Jefferson C:tj has already twenty miles surveyed ana ggidcd in that direction, which pur neighbors .are entirely welcome to, if they will accept it. We are in favor Sedans decidedly, as the future Our life at Rudder Grange aeemed to be no waj tsatorjaJlyfhaagedray my becomkft a varvajn. lie cop gave about as much wMk m kefore; and the bean laid the aaual number of eggs. OEI" went to. a chase with a little more of an air perhaps, but as the wardens were never absent, aaHwafl never therefore called up on to assist in taking up the collection, beraente flf ":my' petition was not inordinately manifested. .Jfatajreer. or ao,iadttdtthere was no radical...

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. — 18 March 1879

A TWttvsBiit Micwtw After inmmmg. wrap a cmta Bad simmer for 15 minutes: remove, -VW.nl heiMfffl Sliced. BOUT OB K dfBWD batter. aad trim vita wrnl.y leaves. Boiliag wit Call warden it. Cannes & La Mess. Teacup codfish pfckod up tee. 2 cap maahsd potatoes. mat cream or J1 ImKb. V teacap batter, salt and pepavr; mix well. take ta a tmmaf-dlaB from so to 9 annates. imM Bin PrBDIVG. W-h OHDOM Of nC0 tbraach two waters, put it into a baking-dish wttkT ounce af sasar sad a tcaaaoeatul uX mmMxmr Mtarml nuartand 1 TOBt Of milk. aad pat iato a moderate oven to faaka aaa hour TniiMvery delicate aad wholesorab. nd a nan. or uaui n enwoj i.wBi.i.w-j - Potato Baulb. Pare aad slice some cold boiled potatoes, peel aad elie tbia on oaioa, mis taeai tecether on a aalad dih, aad poor ever them tbe following dresairg : stir together ta a cap I apooa salt. of a aaltapooa efpepaar. 1 taateepooaful of viaecar. 3 of oil. irres tbe lalad with tbia dressing, d decorate it witb a few leave of parsley, a...

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. — 18 March 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1879. City Bark. Proceeding hsve been began through which, if successfully carried oat, the Pettis Connty Fur Grenade will ee coaverted : B to a City Pat. Ilia prapmi to ''aB the track sad fvaaral feetarea ef tv t froBk &af the priecipal buildia ..thejaraatamnt. I' . th, contemplat ed change rly oae tr fca,f wiU b. had. Tat rajds j-proTed and mr awl' .i.. -DBMrace. Several lead rittarne hare the natter row aaeV r coMoideratioii, aad tr ed to crown their efforts. The change, ".aade will he under the direct supervi sion of Mr. J. J. Laaibe, who resides near. Saaithton, this county, lie proposes to plant tree aad otherwise improve the place for which he will take stock in the snsoeia tioa. Let this matter receive the consider ation of our cittaraa. Sack attraction will improve the condition of Sedalia, aad rea der it more attractive. In Morgan county, oa March 13th, bj Elder Sallaway, Mr. Stevenson to Miss Kate Wright, daughter of the late Tnos. Wri...

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. — 6 May 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. BATH OF ADVERTISING. daily bazoo: Ooe square, one insertion $ " three " 1 " one week - 2 WKKKLY BAZOO: Due square, or less, one inversion Each subeauent insertion .$1 Ine square one time, daily weekly.. 1 J. WEST GOODWIN. OTJB OIRL8. Undoubtedly there has latterly come to be too much freedom given to girls at too early an age, while they yet do not know themselves nor the weakness and the bidden tides of their nature, nor even dream of, much less know. the innate meanness and never relax ing designs of men whom they think the very souls of honor. Girls go too early into society and are beset by the dangers that always lurk like hidden serpents about it before they know what such perils are, or in what form and time they come, and before they i have either the knowledge to know or the moral stamina to resist them. In deed, often the crime of a young girl is as much the crime of her parents. For the parents know the snares and pitfalls along which her unconscious feet go...

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. — 6 May 1879

9 WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1879. DEAD AHD DAI The Haaxiaajofthe Great of the Age. How Stephen D. Richards Died. The Story of Hie Bloody Lift Front the St. Joseph Gazette. On the 28th of December last the telegraph announced to the readers o: the Gaxiia that Stephen D. Richards, the murderer of nine persons, and jet a young Ban only twenty-three years o age, was on that day safely lodged in iailat Kearnev. Nebraska. He was chareed with the murder of Mrs, Harelson and three little children. THE MURDER. Last rail he went to work for Mrs Harelson. who lived with three little children on a small claim, apart from any neighbors. Her husband had deserted her and was in Texas. By and bv Mrs. Harelson and her children were missed. In reply to inquiries Richard said she had sold her house, land, barn, team, and crops ,to him for taw, ana naa cone w torn ner nus- baad in Texas. The lowness of the price excited suspicion, but the latter part oi tne story wasprooaDiy enougn, and inv...

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. — 6 May 1879

chapter, sixteenth to nineteenth verm, and John third chapter, four teenth to nineteenth. Afterward the people all joined, at Richards' request, in sinrincr the hvmn. "There in a feno- tain filed mth blood." Mr. Gee said if we are saved at all it will be by the truth taagfat in Watt's favorite hymn. Richards joined earnestly in the mnsnnir. The clerzvaum - then prayed fervently for the salvation of the doomed man, and iucnaras ad dressing the young men, warned them to 'avoid the path which leads to ruin. He begged of the reporters to strive to do him justice, saying : "Tell the people that mine is a happy soul." Mr. Gee whispered, "Put your trust in Jesus." I do trust him," he replied earnestly. The black cap was placed over his bead, he praying all the while fervently and coherently. His last words we're uttered with much feeling and strong emphasis "Jesus be with me now V The drop fell at ten minutes past 1 o'clock, and at 1:51 his pulse ceased to beat. Five minutes later the body...

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. — 6 May 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. 8EDALIA TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1879. JOHK I. WBT. In uotbcr colaaui we give the full par tkalars of the various admiauoat Bade bj tats unhappy maa the past week. He is ectesced to aag May 16, sad there ap pear to be bo hope for his. Fron the tiaae of his arrest he pereiatentlj declared hia iaaoetaee, up to Thursday last. Evea a day or two previoas. whea hk attorney, who so ably def ended hia, aaked hiai npoa hk aoleaa word of hoaor, aow that there was bo hope for hi at, if be killed the straBger. West declared he did sot, and handed him the account denying the act, which will be foaad.ia another column, to to be paUiahed after his execution. Within forty-eight hoars frost that time, he wrote'saother docaaaeat which was giv en to the editor of the Bjoaville Advertiser for pablicatioa. In thia he admitted thai he killed the sua, 'who he thinks was saaud Frank Shiaa, aad that he did it in self-defease. He said the man was raining up to attack him, when he (West) picked up the st...

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. — 13 May 1879

7- --'S-SSt-SKitS B DAILY BAZOO. Wb!iaV4 rrtrj errmkg (ia'iirJavs tacrstrd), tiJ on SMJt-Mnri(; by , .7 T J. WEST fcOQD?IN. TERMS OP DAILY: Am f ar, by mail, (u.!rMcrW . E at, " . VacBciaa. V - -- fioao 5 ac Arlin-cl. payaUe to carrier er Satufttar, , - t. TKRMS OK WEEKLY: TEARS and TALK r& WESTS WIFE VUiti Him in the Jail BoonTille A Touching Tale Truely Told He bis Child forth JLut Tine. Fine and ABOtber and a Last Confession A before staled, West desired to Me his wife and child very saach, and the Bazoo proa wed to carry out his wishes in this respect It might also be proper to atate here that the Prosecuting Attorney or Coop er cm at j, Mr. James H. JoIibmhi, offered to paj her expense to BoonTille and back. Mr. Oliver Garrison, of the Mo. PaciGc, and Superintendent Mitchell, of the M. K. A T., both generously faraishad her with traasfoitation. Messrs. Brown A Pratt, of the Garrison House, also kindly prof ered her entertain ment at their hotel withoat charge, and Mr. Ike B...

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. — 13 May 1879

WEEKiBftZOQ. SEP ALIA TDWDAY, MAY 13, 1879. - that the House on Tweeday pawed lite bill pfnWMtiy-lM uaaof troops at the polEliy smajontj of 34, the Greepb( Jcoiflfc. itb Demo crats. About 20 Republicans dodged the rote, in this atuch sacrificioK their opinions to the order ef "the- cavcas, which waa to oppose the but Conger, repreeeating the7 stalwarto, -tried to fiIiboaterafaiDjihe hill, but Was de feated by Garfield, Robeson and other members on his own aide, causing sosae sharp parsoaa coptroversy after wardV ia the daak-roaaM. The stal warts said they filibustered to get tisae for debate, but the. leading Republi can agreed' with the Democrats not to hare aay debate, although the latter offered theas three hoars to be used wholly? the Republican side. The troth ia they caaaot afford to debate thkrbtll;as the reeord in the late de bate pUoss aaaaj of their leaders in a YulneraMe poahkm. Rohesoa, on be half' of. the caucus, . offered an in- geaioaaly but iaaiaoatelj worded sub sti...

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. — 13 May 1879

EHCE Of the Capture of Leington by Price. Sprinrtdd, III., April 29. Hon. J. F. Snyder, of Caw, one of the two "Confed erate Brigadier" in the lllino: ITuuae of Representative, tday sent to the If isiori- cal Society, Chicago, an inter ssting half- . ii t.t . - ji i aucei 01 paper, jciiuw, wiiuuui viuciat i lirartinf uil arkaf arnnld rparlilv ham fur' an old acrap of a love letter. It u, how ever a historical and apparently hastily written note or Memorandum from the War Department to the late Col. .Mulligan, and also beat, the approving signature, in his well known bold hand. The note read M follow : Copy War Dekaktmknt. May 17, 1861. Jno. A. Mulligan, Iwj Dear Sis: You are respectfully informed that the President haa accepted the rrgiment at Chicago, ten derel by you, to lie mustered into the aer-j vice to nerve during the war. Very re- i apecMuliy, Simon Camerox, Secretary of War. Approved A. Likcolx. Mr. 8nyder, I ate of Gen. Sterling Price' staff, accomnmiFB the souvenir with t...

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. — 13 May 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1879. Fust District Jadcaekip. Tbe electioB retonM from the First Ju dicial District are all ia except tboae of Casadea coeaty. Edwards' Majority ia 150. Bat it is Mid that Caadea eauaty will give Bice 200. majority. la 1876 Caaaoeo.jave 98 Repubiicaa Majority. An Uaanitigated Id. The Sedalia people have comaaeaord their appeals far State aid already. The powerful aad wealthy youag aietropolu that waa goiaf to pay the eastern of the removal of the capitol, and make each aughty contnhatioae for ita coostractloB, ia ob its headed keen before the Lee.ilsture nnnlieatin coBtriWtioM for the purchase of a eteaai fie eerier Of course tbe con- tribotkNi vat refaaad. kate Jemrml. Sedalia has the beat ftra department of any city ia the State except. St. Louis aad Kansas City. Aad it's paid for, too, you secondhand ceaaetery hackater. Bltaaduag CartiSoatee Postmaster Parker has been made aa agent by tbe government for the aale of refunding certificate The...

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. — 20 May 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. fiATSS OF ADVERTISING. DAILY BASSO Oae square, one insertion.... " three " .. $ 7S - 1 50 K WEEKLY BAZOO: One aqaare, or less, one insert-ion..... $1 25 Each subsequent insertion 75 Dne square one time, daily A weekly.. 1 75 ADDRESS. J. WEST GOOD W1H, Written for the Sunday Morning rUzoo. THAT LITTLE BROWN CAROUSE UEH1M THE ; TKAIX. 1 am thinking of the tuii. In the days of old lanj; yne, Ere the Indicator were put on, Of the loads we used to haul. That no grade could eyer Mall Of the good old times forever kiic. For the wheel are getting fiat, From Milling down thesradc. And the boys can do nothing but complain, Of tlie tnuxic boxes that Sing the time thai ue liave made With the Little Brown Otboofe behind the truiu. Ho 'tis fifteen miles an hour. Not another notch of -ouvr. Though f"le often labors up the hill in vaiti ; For they meamre by the card, Wbieh does make it mighty hard. For that Little Brown Caboo; Im'IiiiiiI the tram. For the wheel are gettiii" flat. Ther...

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. — 20 May 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1879. A Tbe Pilot Grove Murder DETAILS OF THE CRIME The Arrest of John I. West. Trial, Conviction and Sentence. Confession of the Crime. An Affecting; Prison Scene. An Interview With His Wife Tha Story of Bit Ufft Written by Himself. History of the Murders Committed In Cooper. (JOHN I. WERT.) On Friday afternoon.Oct. 5tb,1878, two men walked into Pilot Grove, Cooper County, on foot, coming from the direction of Sedalia, on the railroad track. One was a small man, respecta bly dressed, carrying a large and pecu liarly marked cane. The other was a very tall man, rather shabbily attired. They went into a store and the small man asked for A GLASS OF BEER They were told by the merchant that he bad nothing but bottled beer, and that they would have to buy a bottle as he could not sell them a glass. The smaller man replied that they only wanted two glasses, and they left the store. From there they went to a drug store and THE SMALL MAN asked Mr. Harri...

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. — 20 May 1879

A BLOODY DEED. Cwdudeifrom Strand Aos. at Lemon te. My oldest brother at tended West's trial at Boonville. but he would not speak to him. He won't tell ne whether he thmks West is guilty or not. R. How old are you? Mrs. W. I am eighteen years old: I was sixteen when 1 was married. R. Who married you? Mrs. W. Rev. Mr. Akers married us. a. Prison Scene. On Friday a Bazoo reporter accora Denied Mrs. West, the wife of Jno. I. West, the condemned man, to Boon ville, Ihe massive iron door leading to the corridor was unlocked, and the wife and baby of John West passed into the presence of the husband and father. They shook hands and embraced without ottering a word, while the HOT SCALDING TEARS OF SORROW rained down the cheeks of each. They remained clasped in each other's arms for several minutes, during which the convulsive tremors of the most noig nant grief racked the frames of hus band and wife, whose sorrow was too great to be expressed iu words or la mentation. It was an affecting s...

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. — 20 May 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. 8EDALIA TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1879. ! The void bmn ess become very popo lar is aewspaeer parlance of late. It u on expressive thai elegant, and fceua ceptiUeof varioas mesnings Bat when to denote the food tide of aewspeper success, way, we jaat throw oat oar grap nels aad tie it to the Basoo. ThecoBabi atioa then reads Boonxo Basoo. And either the geatleor fiery eataased reader caa accept the fact that the Baboo ia a Booming Newspaper, ia pteof of which we gtre the following newspaper sales of last week, iBdadiag regalar esbscriptioB : asjBdftw.Mayl Meaday,Mayl2 24 Taenia j. May 1J 2 Wednesday. May 14. 552 Tharaday, May 15.. 720 Friday, (daily) May IC 1,560 " (MomlagediUea)Mayl6 1,440 Average par day for the week...l48 The above agates are correct, aad do not iacladethe weekly circalatioa. Aaotber fact we will mention is, that the above aaaibercoBldhave been largely iBcreased had more papers beea worked, as two or three days last week the editioa wesex haasted aad we were a...

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. — 27 May 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. KATKS OF ADVEBTISnfQ. DAILY BAZOO: One square, one insertion $ 7" " three " 1 50 " one week 2 50 WEEKLY BAZOO: Dne square, or lean, one insersion $1 25 -i . r t. EACH -HiUMetjucni uncniun...... ......... tu One square one time, daily weekly.. 1 75 J. WIST QOODWUf. ABRIDGIHO THI BIGHT TO MURDER. The necessity for placing some re straint upon murderers becomes pain fully apparent every now and then The rights of the murderers as a large and influential class of society are widely acknowledged and firmly es tablished, and we speak with great deference when we suggest that some limits should be fixed, beyond which it should be regarded as unprofessional to go. However, if our views do not meet the approval of the murderers as a class, or of a majority of them, we will cheerfully and hastily surrender them, for life is too short, or might be, for unprofitable and useless controver sy. But we gently suggest that even murderers may sometimes be unreas onable, and that possibl...

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. — 27 May 1879

mp " WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1879. Decoration Day will ba next Friday The Chicago river is aid to be dry ing p. Orlando Castler was kanged at Seward, Neb., Tuesday last, MiBBoari hat one Seaator. She is entitled to two, but, then KMatnr Taurmin rives it ae hie opinion that Coagrew will not adjourn before Jul v. Mr. Hayti hmh to be wellaapplied witk -rata, aid daiarauned to make the moat nee of them possible. New Orleans, in anticipation of the yellow fever again visiting her this raaasBer, baa adopted strict sanitary laws. CoL Tom. Crittenden is in Wash .ington City. Does this signify that be is to be the next Governor of Mis souri? David Davis, as a Presidential can didate, does not seem to have inoccu kted the Democratic party, as with .a brilliant idea. Can't Sedalia pat forth some man aad eecare the aoauaation for Gov ernor? Oar gnat man are certainly not all dead or moved away. There is to be a grand Indian Council at Muscogee, L T., on Friday next. "Chief Moses,...

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. — 27 May 1879

l t. onourGS. The Murderer of Dr. Jonea Con rioted. Fort 8mith. Ark Ma? If. The trial of Hear! Stewart for the warder of Dr. Joha B. Joaes, at Caddo. I. T-, ia Jalj last, which commenced ia the United State Court here lest Monday morning, terani aated to-dar. the iurr rendering a verdict of guilty of murder. Stewart b a BOted desperado, aad. in conaectioa with bis cousin, Wilej Stewart, haa heea a terror to the aoathwestera portioa of the Choctaw Natioa for several years past. It it aaid that at one time they were connected with the Saai Baas gang of robbers ia Texas. Henri Stewart ia thirty years of age; his father was a white man and his mother a Choctaw, bat probably not a fall blood, for Henri, from his preoaal appearance, would not be suspected of having a trace of Indian blood ia his veins. He is fair complexioued, blue-eyed, with dark browa hair, inclined to curl, and rather a good-looking man. He was horn ia the Choctaw Nation, where he lived until he was six years old, when...

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. — 27 May 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY, MAT 27, 1879. THE AFPLITOM 1ACES. Mfalia, of Coone, AhMd. We learn that at the races at Appleton yesterday, the weather was warm and dasty. The track is on half a Mile long, bat owing to the wiad asd daet the bones did aot have a fair show. The nt was a raaaiag race of bo im portaace, aad bo good time Bands. Tbeaecoad vat the trotting race, beet three heats ia five, aad was woa bjCharlej Pratt, of Sedalia. Tbe start en were Joe BoUp, owned by Charlej Pratt, aad driven by hisMdf; Stack, wwae by Cel. Doty aad driven by Tharstoa; Maliae, owned by W. D. Ilginfritx, aad driven by Sub Fal ter, sd Dick Nalor, a Cliatoa horse. First bmmmt. $75, was awarded to Joe Botts; secoad aaoney, $25, to Stock. Cliatoa parties were eatirely acooped. They weat dewaia force to back their fay orite Naylor aad bet even oa his win Bias; fast Btoaey, aad two to oae oa his be iae secoad beet. He was left ia the rear in each heat. We congratulate Charley oa bis victory. A DARK DE...

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