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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 3 June 1879

'J WEEKLY 1AZ00. or ADntfunro. BAU7Y BABOO: ObS Ss)BBre, OSW enaWftlOB. 9 I - " three " 1 50 " one wk .....1.. 2 50 1 WEKKXY BASOO: Daw ssjearer leas, ene iasemoa..... $1 251 Each anhaaaataU insertion . 75 1 aara one tine. Aailr weeklr.. 1 75 J. WBtT GOODWIH. HOtuu) BAjranrG bx ptjb-i LICF Am exchange says this 'question is on that has freqnently uggestefFit self to thiaklag nea men that view this titwe peafJtr of the law irom a point of Morality and as to the good eiacta it has upon the people at large and not oaljt as to the personal grat ificatioa, the sight of the infliction of this terrible reward for crime, or the satisfaction of the morbid cHrWity many seem, alas, to have in viewing the hell upon earth it is to the chief actor ia the most fearful tragedy that the sinner is liable to. As a general thing men are clamorous in their ad vocacy of the public executions and give as their, reason that it is the sense of the law to present the most impressive example to the world of i...

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. — 3 June 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. 8EDALIA TUESDAY, JUNE 3, lf. According to the latest oeorasof Aastm, there are in that country 183 see and 229 woaeo who hare reached or pawed the age of a hundred years. Carl Sahara is goipg into the iaeral water basiaess, and has se- cared the iacorporatkm of the "Araer icaa Miaend Water Coatpanj," with a capital of 95,000. '' Revivalist Mitchell sells his portraits 1 1 Tianosnnn converts for $1 apiece, iscludiaf a vane of ScripUrs appro priate to the particakr case of the purchaser, writtea on the back of the card. The Belcher mine, in Nevada, will soon be 3,000 feet deep. Machinery at the bottoai is worked by compressed air, which is forced down through pipes, and which also ventilates the Tae pioneer liquor seller in Geneva, lad., is haviag a hard experience. He has been prosecuted at law, his house has twice been set. on ire, and shots are frequently ired over his bead at ight Servk has contracted in England for a hundred thousand Henry-Mar tini rifles, to be sup...

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. — 3 June 1879

ACQUITTED. John McMahon Acquitted of Mur der awl Rape. The Mod or the t. Clair Sensation. County Probably no event ever occurred in Cen tral Mimonri that created as modi excite Mat or .caused such a universal feeling of horror as the re pott of the rape of the daughter, and afterward murder of the father, a farmer named Ellis, by Joha Mc Mahoa, sear Taberville, oa the Osage river. The particulars of the affair, as published la the Bazoo, are faauiiar to all our readers, aad at the time wrre briefly as fol lows: Mr. Ellis, a respectable farmer, lived about ten miles south of Appleton, near Taherville, oa the Osage river. Ellis was tba father of a large fasaily, and had a growa-ap daaghter who seemed to have at tracted the attention of -one JfcMahcn, a hired asan working for Mr. Ellin. The family, as usual, sat down to supper on the 23d, and Ellis, the murdered man, and his wife f Binned their meal and retired, leav ing their daughter and the man McMahon ia the dining room. As soon as...

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. — 3 June 1879

ajaaMBanBMBmanmmmmmmmmmm i i i aaeaaaM WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 18?. THE KCVIC. At Lamiae stiver How tha Taeir VriMds pioyea the Day TOUUA "Yemac Memta Drill. Make Broadway, Fraaklia, WMkington All Orack Shots. Declamation Nothing to Do, By Willie Jacob, showed very plainly that everyone jll ehoald have sosaething to do is order to ansae a success in me. Duett Nellie Laat aad Foaad, by Leora Howard aad Horeace Tucker, was listened to with much i:. teres; the deep, rich alto of Florence mingling sweetly with the clear, bell-like soprano of Leora. Dialogue The Potato, by Joseph Diqus, Jimmie Russell and Willie Wright, w The pest week haa brea a grand gala the pupils of oar public quite laughable. sct a - I V" we oeuuuans Declamation-hv Frank Garv. aavefctst after seeing such aa latelligeat looking, L, ad ; ; bov in the land a a a m t well arwnsea ooay ei caiiareu, youag mimes AoM Mr h,. -B M il I aaa yoaag gents, aa taroageu us vnnous floaw Mv Country public achool baild...

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. — 10 June 1879

Is? WEEKLY BAZOO. MATEM OF ADVWtTISIHOr. DAILX BiXX): One square, oe iaaertioa f 7 three " .. 1 50 Oam wok 2 5C I WEEKLY BAZOO: Jaw aaaare, or lew, oae inaenuoB......$l 25 Each aawatqatat insertion... 75 -Je aqaare erne tiaae, daily weekly.. 1 75 j. wxst oooDwnr. A PLAIW TALK. About Doctors and TboM Take Their Fill. Who Delivered Before the Senior Medi cal Cum of to 8 tat University at Columbia, Mo, on Juna 2, 1870. BY WILLIS P. KING M. D. akd Gentlemen-I. gives more than ordinary pleasure to be present wua you to-nignt, ano to nave - -a - 1 . t ttae privilege of addressing the young gentlemen of the Senior Medical class. It gives me pleasure because it is not far from the spot that is verv dear to me the place where I was born and where I spent my boyhood days. I never come north of the Missouri river without seeing or bearing some- thing that carries me back to that time so dear to every one. it may be the appearance of a tree, the general features of the forest, or the crab'ap- ....

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. — 10 June 1879

WEEKlT tfaOO, SEDALIA TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1879. The House refuges to exempt 'pro ducers of tobacco frora taxation' The total AAt ttSft. Jions k- $22, 000,000. Tin taxes collected each yearwNrat to etr 7.000.000. D. M. Ream;eJIUH ufttie Oalpepper, Virginia. Time, who was shot by 6. W. Jamison in an an election quarrel on May 22d, died last Monday. The Mayor of Vickdbarg darniet the report put in circulation -by the Globe Democrat of the existence of yellow fever ia that city, aadQsays the place was never in a-more healthy condition tbau at present. Let's see: The Greenbackers of Ohio threw as insult into the faces of the Deaaocrats by deciding againat coa lition before they had been asked, and now we are anxious to Ind out if they improved their situation in the' least. Since 1873 St. Louis has had nine lawk failures, InvolTinga gross low of $7,184,000. Out of this sum depou tore have secured about $40,000. The latest failure, the Broadway Savings will manage by a hard lassie to pay de...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 10 June 1879

W . WS- pt va rem Aui axao T rKASK 4. OTTAMN. Flowers are Uie year's fair almanac They mark the months and seasons well While yet the snost of Wmler st:i Persistently in wood and dell. Before we hwir the roMn note Before the bluebird swells hit" ttirnat. The lair Arbutus upes its eyes And mileM HKn the softening skie. As il it saw the far-oti Spring. And ha(enel to her welcoming. Th Snowdrop lifts it" spoil erown Alxn- the snow 1 let t ie It iiaiw-. And where the snow looks warmly down The I'juwy light-its purple tla'ne. Tlten April showers wake all th: flowers. And rnrren tleldt are Rlen boweni; And May eomes in, the Floral Queen, And all 't lie. world is tiring K'ven: And trees in bloom and Urds in turns Exerunt wait to welcome June. lu. Summer fervM Sumroer rIows, And on her banner proudly lears Her emblem 5n the teerles Koe. The grandest flower that Flora wear", They gleam and glow in park and lyre. As they would set Ike earth afire; The very sunlight they illume. The air'in fai...

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. — 10 June 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY, JUKE 10, 1879. THE GLORIOUS FOUKTH! Mali Will Celebrate It In a Costa, Story body, ud Xnjoy tbm Happiest Day of Tour Idle. Under tbe auspices of the Knight of Pythias of Sedalia, we expect to have Fearth of Jnly ccithratioa, that hi been eqaaled is Jtfawouri. All trades, professions, secret ordem sad cImwi of whatever calling, are expected to participate ia the parade. Beapoaeea are poaring ia froai every part of the State eigaifyiag a readiaem to participate. There will be large delegations froai 8t Loais( Kansas City, St. Joe, Warressharg, Booe ville, Lexiagtoa aad maay other poiat). The sceae that wiU eeeaVflayed ia the prscessioa hy tbe rewrestatatioas of the dilereat trades aad profusions will well repay any one for all troabte aad expeaee of coming here oa that daj. It ia expected that the display of fire works ia the cran ing will sarpaai anything of the kind ever before exhibited ia the West. A CALL. The geatletaea ea the committees aad all oth...

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. — 17 June 1879

IF YOU JJITJkLHIi To bay a heavy shawl any time this jear, bow m the Ume. Sawyer & Springes have an immense stock, and are selling them at actual cost price. A Rood, heavy, double shawl for $2. Our $5, nil I wool double shawl now can be bought for $3 50. Com and we u. SAWYER SFSIirGES, WEST MAIN STREET. COIT OF SCHOOL BOOKS. I ha aramloar OYIiilnlion nt ni- fc' I J hesdedne&s outaide of a lunatic asy lum in this country, says the Kansas City Times, was strikingly displayed by the moles and bats in the House of j Representatives in tabling the school bill. School matters were leneath their notice. Every blatherskite and political weathercock, with the dear people on his lips and falsity in his heart, had cried himself hoarse on "retrenchment and reform." A little time properly spent woulJ perhaps have convinced these vultures that the subject of school text books needed some attention. Had this matter. been properly attended to. a million of j dollars could have been saved to...

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 June 1879

WEEKLY. BAZOO. 3-1 THE WAMLOW GAUGE. The Meeting in Cole Camp tardnv. .it u i . .1., ! L.ir n Thii, project is too familiar, to . J re-.. hearsed. ' The preBreii I men have tatted, aad life ftjtfle Warsaw havTEAaWMI MT talk has beenlavc of tiWnm JNarrow Gauije rid"btieo fcieiidia and War SW. --vo I o The time nagjfow come to do some thing, -aje" necessary amount to come&peethe road mud be subscribed. Jefferson City, for once in her sleepy life, za alive and awake, tier emissa ries are traveling along the proposed line of the road, trvincr to turn the w m people against this city, and her peo nle are holding meetings and sub- a 0 w - scribine liberallv for this road to Warsaw The neonle of Warsaw and the & people between here and Warsaw, would rather aid a road to Sedalia than to Jefferson City ; but a railroad outlet they must and will have, and it rests with Sedalia to' sav whether she will seize the golden opportunity now presented, and secure great and permanent advantage...

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 June 1879

Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. IF YOU IH TSIf D To buy a heavy shawl any time this year, now is tbe time. Sawyer & Springes RATES OF ADVERTISING. DAILY BAZOO: One Kiiu&re, one insertion $ three " - 1 50 have an immense stock, and are selling theiu at actual cost price. A good, heavy, trouble shawl for $2. Our $5, all wool double shawl bow can be bought for $3 50. Come aad see us. SAWYER ft SPRINGES, WEST MAIN STREET. " one week - 2 &u WEEKLY BAZOO: Dne square, r less, one insertion $1 2f. Each subsequent insertion 75 Jnexquare one time, daily & weekly.. 1 to volume, xt SEDALIA. MISSOURI. TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 24. 1879. NUMBER 4. J. WEST GOCDWIH. WEEKLY BAZOO. IP Gov. Irwiu of California has issued his proclamation declarit." that the 'new Coustilution of that Stale will go into effect oh atulafler.the 4 th of July next, at 12 o'clock meridian, so iar as the same relates to the election of all officers, the commencement of their terms of office, and the meeting of the IjegLsIa...

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 June 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO, SEDALIA TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 1879. GOSSIPY PARAGRAPHS From all Orar the World. - Booraing Sunday Bazoo. The Panama revolution is at an end. Not satisfied with her elevated railroad, New York is clamoring for "more rapid transit." The ladies of Atchison, Kansas, want the barter shops closed on Sun day. The bears" object De Bar's Grand Opera House in St. Louis was sold at auction on Mon day last and only brought $1,900. Bayard threatens to resign as chairman of the finance committee if he is compelled. to rejHrt the Warner silver bill. Dr. Bircher, whose death has al . ready been noted, left his estate valued at nearly half a million dollars, to his son and daughter. A friend at our elbow Bays he doesn't care so much for the picnics and lemons as he does for the squeez ing. We all rejoice in picnic time. Lady Alice, a fine trotting mare, dropped dead at the East Saginaw, Mich., races last Tuesday, after hav ing made a record of 2:29. She was valued at 5,000. The New York Su...

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. — 24 June 1879

A LIE HAILED. Sedalia Hu Water Enough for Ceo. tral Missouri. For weeks past the Jefierson City papers have asseited that Sedalia wax supplied with water from Jr-fTerson City, or that the Missouri Pacific road ran a special train to JeSerson City to hiil Water for its own consumption. Anybody who know any thing abont'Sedalia, knows that thii an unmitigated He; but the periter.cy with which it it stuck to and the regularity with which it is published may mislead Ht ran gers, and in order to set tiilrt matter at rent m Bazoo reporter 1 morning interviewed Mr. G. W. Walfhe, the grntlemanly and efficient Master Mechanic of the Missouri Pacific nhnpw at this point, in regard to it. Reporter M-.WaUhe,doen the Missouri Pacific haul any water from Jefferson City to this point ? Mr. Walnhe-No. nor never did, tontyj knowledge. We 'haul water from Jefierson t;ity tt (Jentertown, a short distance wet of Jefferson City, THE OTHEB. SIDE. An Aged Woman's Smithton. Wrongs at Smithtox, Mo , June 18,...

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. — 24 June 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 1879. $80,000. The Sedalia, Waiaaw Southern Railroad. and Henry McPherson ft Co, propose to Build the Boad. That 'ar Harrow Gauge tainty. a Cer- There was a meeting: of the direc tory of the Sedalia, Warsaw and Southern Iiailroad yesterday, at the engineer' office in this city. The following of the directory were present : Wm. Gentry, President C. Newkirk, Treasurer G. R. Smith. Jno. L. Hall.. J. R. Barrett. D. H. Smith. Albert Parker. R H. Melton, A. Kerens, v Benton county. J. H. Lay, CHANGE OF NAME. R H. Melton offered the following resolution : Besolvcd, That the name of this company be, aud the same is hereby chanced from the "Sedalia, Warsaw and Memphis Railroad Company," to the "Sedalia, Warsaw and Southern Railroad Compauy." Adopted. J. B. Polly, engineer, submitted a report which was received and placed on file. PROPOSITION TO BfJILD. Henry McPherson & Co. made proposition to build the road for $80, 000, the company to furnish 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. — 1 July 1879

Weekly Bazoo. IV TOTJ TJrVaTJffD To bay a heavy shawl any time this year, sew ia the tims. matem or ADVsmTiinro. daily baboo: Sawyer Jb Springes have aa isameese stack, aad are selling them at setaal east arise. A good, heavy, deabm shawl fer $2. Our $5, all wool doable shawl aew can be bought for One square, one Insertion .... $ 7f " three " ... - 1 50 " one week 2 5C WEEKLY BASOO: 'jtse nquaie, or less, OBf itminn $1 25 Each subsequent insertion 75 'Jue square one tine, daily a weekly.. 1 75 93 50. volume. XI SEDALIA. MISSOURI. TUESDAY MORNING. JULY I. IS79. NUMBER 5. fAwTBftsantlMGZS, WEST MAIN STREET. ADDKKKH, J. WKST GOQDWIH. WEEKLY BAZOO Sedalia Prince Pierre Bonaparte is lying at the nuint of death in Versailles. This is a hard month for the family. As a progaoaticator the Iowa State Beyider beats Professor Tice. It pre dicts that withal two years Boh In geraoll will be a radical Christian and preacher. No maa who aaMikes a pipe can ever be President ef the United States. Thu...

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. — 1 July 1879

WEEKLY -BAZOO. SE DALIA TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1879: "Backbone" is sadly needed just now by the Democrats in Congress. TheVslern Uuioiirfluakes in its iKMiis.1 "Undeipund Telegraph seems to be the ctmi?iig wonder. GoverAor.BaUman, of'iiew York vetoed one hundred and twenty-four bills passed the last legislature. H5" a-?-1 The Kentuekians have rent Miss Mary Anderson, the actress, a fine horse a kind ofstage horse, af it were. Two girl in J?an "Francisco walked 4.0(M) quarternles in 4.000 quarter hours. The limhs of those '-girls must be in an awful 'fix juftt now. A Chicago drummer stopped talk ing long enough the other day to com mit .suicide. No wonder eopIe think the world is coming to an end next 'year. An extraordinary rainstorm, accom panied by loss of life and occasioning great damage to property is reported from Fort Griffin, Texas, on Friday night last. A Texas newspaper gives us to un derstand that Hayes is headstrong. . This is valuable information. It forever seta alreftt the ...

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. — 1 July 1879

.OB CaUUQfc What Occurred at tbe Springs Yes terday A Sermon in tbe Grove Tents Struck The Trip to Kan sas City Besolmtions of Thanks Bandar naming opened" pleasant at the Spring, ami after roll mil llie 'Craig breakfasted mi broiled chicken 'at lite Springs Hotel. At eleven o'clock the people soldiers, civilian and ladiesi gathered logethered in the grove to hear RfV. A. I. Maderia, an etiituinent divine, Chaplain of the Craig and pantor oT Central Old Kchool l'resby terian Church, of Kanaaa City, preach. The reverend gentleman took for hi text II Heb., 10th verse, a follow: "For it liecanie him. for whom ok all thine, and by whom are all thing, in bringing manj soiw unto glory, to make the captain of lueir salvation erfect through auftrringa " He delivered an able discourse, which commanded the closest attention of the au dience. The ladies who accompanied the Craig gave some very fine vocal music at the re ligioua service, llie Craig band playing an accompaniment. After dinner Ca...

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. — 1 July 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1879. THE yTT.MATi MEETIMO. Int TiUkiisiSBBi at the Meeting And CouuttM Appoiated to tha Mowy. The Railroad Oh of tae Oertaiat.ee of Um Hear Future. THE ORGANIZATION. Mr. F. Hoastoa called the meeting to order aad noauaated MOo Blair, Esq., Cbainaan of to Meeting, who was unaniasously elected. Mr. Blair, ia taking the chair, eaid that the object of the Meeting was to devise means and raise money to build the Narrow Gauge Bailroad to War saw. Mr. Mat Zener was nominated by D. H. Smith, Secretary of the meet ing and was elected as such. LETTER FROM COL. PHILIPS. The chair read the following letter from Col. Philips : To the Chairman of the Railroad Conven tioH, White's Ball Deaebir: It was my hope and purpose to be present at your meetug this eveaiag, aad to say something that might promote its object, but I returned last eveaiag from the War- reasburg court quite ill, and am una ble to be out to-night. I am with you, however, in spirit, and most...

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