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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 15 July 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. SATSS OF ADVMtTIMTO. DAILY SAJ0O: One nqHire, one insertion.......... " three " .... aw rfick WKEKXY BAZOO : .$ 7f - 1 50 .. 2 a One aqRire, or lew, one iaaersion......$l 25 Each saLseauent iwrtio .... 75 One sqaare one time, daily a weekly- 1 ' ADDRESS. J. WJE8T oooDwnr. DEATH OF Wm. ALLS. Oar dispatches bet Friday evening brieflv told of the death of William Allen, of Ohio, one of the purest aad best Men that ever lived and labored for a common people aad a common couatry. Nr. Alien was a man seldom aaet with in this world a man who had spent his life in an endeavor to snatch the firebrands from the magazine of powder on which unscrupulous poli ticians had placed the country a man who gave his life, his years of toil, and labor, for the benefit of" the people, and died with the proud consciousness of knowing that his hands were free from bribery, and his -name would de scend to coming generations as one of the noblest .works of God an honed man; although, be it said ...

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. — 15 July 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO- TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1879. J From lV.lne4l9v'j Dailv. VINDICATED ! HANGING OF DAVIDSON, THE MURDERER, At WarrenBburff, in the Pres ence of Five Thousand People. What He Says in an Interview Yesterday. He Will Make no Speech from the Gallows To-day. History of the Man and of His Crime Trial and Sentence. The Bazoo Hews Train Carries a Large Crowd. frank- oavioson. T.wlay, units-: tli'r is exei'Htive in-lerfrrriir-e, Frank I:ivk1.--iii will die on lite f-oatioM. The execution will take plait on very tiesrly tlie ..iuie ground as thai on which Daniel? was executed on Mrcli 1st, 1S7S. at Warreiwhurg, Mo- The owner of the latul on which Daniels was executed olij-t-t-i to a repetition, and so Suerifl Etu uiersoti ha erected the ocaflidd to day On lain! owned ty the county nf Johnson, not twenty live feel from Ihe Mil scenes that at temled the execution of John William Daniels. The drop will fall at jtiH twelve oVIM'k tomorrow anil an iimaene audi eiwe will turn their hick disgu...

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. — 15 July 1879

VINDICATED ! lOmdnded from. Second Pagt ing me the credit and praise which she thought due me. sue is wormy oi a different Htatioii in life. However, niay her journey through life lead to heawir, her home and happiness gar land her natli to the tiMiih. In n-latiuii to limit- y.-u-h. KiiMTxn, I uill'st.-ite that I kiii vrrv thankful to Iiiiii ir lux kiiicIiiwh Ui Uf. In n'btiou loan-mark mauV to me ty imii. I took it ax a ioke oulv. I will sav to liim inot u ciiMire iiMtn liti.iih-H for tli!. remark. I l-lle-lltm to tieaii exinrllt'lii. g04Ni 111:111, .-iiki lfrr- ii1 might to till ait1-rent mrhelii the tf mplf f liiuiiaiiit y. 1 too H1 u man l till :i (HiMtioii i iave; ftartiil. reKiiaiM aiul wol mil :i Itml ol an fSviitioii-r to ::l Iiti-; lur itiilo.-oliy h fll ivligioii t-'lM" it- thai to eoii'juer :tn ii-iny ih not t work ot sil, ot lam.-", ol" bullets, or Ut of Meet. It i not tli r.vi.-lion of life tor l!f. IiIimmI for IJixni it f ilw biinlinof intir- irii toa tri uiiiilial tr,...

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. — 15 July 1879

i TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1879. SMITH. Arrangements for the Funeral of Oeneral Smitb loaay xawr BsKland will Preach the Sermon Action of the Board of Alder men last night. THE NEWS. The death of General Smith was in everbodv's mouth yesterday. It was a general topic of conversation by all classes. THE FUNERAL will take place from the Christian at 10-30. a. m. The services GENEROUS PEOPLE. E List... Abe Merer Fernalil & Hnnelt M. .SWS a a - - Mslthy ACo 1W List of the Big Hearted People in Sedalia. Lon Van Wagner Li Allen G J Leahure.. Peter Brandt C G Taylor...!"!!."."." 100 Our Bailroad Goes Booming Bight Along. Dinn Ye Hear the Slogan Jefferson City. D Herat. D David D David & Co.. - W M Moore Lewis Deiilsch S H Miller J J KellT Thou QninD...... An tier announcement in the Bazoo dor ing the week, herewith aptwnded in a list of those who have taken shares in the be dalia. Warsaw & Southern railroad. A ereat manv who will doubtless subscribe can have an opportunity to do so du...

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. — 22 July 1879

IF TOTJ UTTXXD To bay a heavy ahswl aay tisae thai year, now is tbe tisae. Sawyer & Springes have sa iauaeasa stock, aad are selling them at actual cost price A good, heavy, double shawl for $2. Our $5, all wool double shawl aew caa be bought for $3 50. Cosaeaadseeus. SAWYEft ft sntni GES, WEST MAIN STREET. Bazoo. MAtm OF ADVSKTISIVO. DAILY BASOO: Om square, oae iasertioa .... $ If " three " 1 50 " oae wata 2 50 WEEKLY KAZOO: 3ae agnate, or less, oae inaenuoa $1 25 Each aaljseuueBt iaaertioa... .. 75 Due saaare oae time, daily weekly- 1 75 VOLUME. XI SEDALIA. MISSOURI. TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 22. 1S79. NUMBER 8. ADDKES8. J. WK8T GOODWIK. WEEKLY BAZOO Sedalia Weekia The pUtfom of tbe Pennsylvania Democrats is the handiwork of Speak er Randall, and read between the lines it aseans that the Keystone Democra cj will be solid for Mr. Tilflen next rear. The wtatsamsn of Gra mercy Park is getting his work in early. Almost every aewspaper we pick vp contains an account of some woman shoot...

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. — 22 July 1879

" SEDALIA TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1879. THE DOCTOR DUPED. Woman Dies and Cornea to Life Again. Frcrn the Kanaaa City rim. Mrs. Diana Powellaoo, widow of the late. Thorn Joallgou, resides uponKndV6nt!d-'fr6in 'Mr; William Chick, seven or eight niilea southwest of Kan-M-eftr. Stte' ia-IOTtfe . m children. vears of ace, apd the mother ot innaimurpcimi ; jam m me head ail goae ; at had lieen a remarkable vigorous woman. On the 1st of, August, 1876, a premature labor induced the disease which has now culminated as described below. Dr. Thorne was first called to her in December, 1877,.and found her laboring from severe .spasms, the head and heels being drawn together iu a backward direction. The attacks came on every, day about 4 o'clock, and would not leave her till about 2 or 3 o'clock the next Morning. This had been going on for several months before 1R. THORNE SAW HER. He found what be then and still presumes to be cancer ot the stomach and ulceration of the' liver, also spinal irritation i...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 22 July 1879

AT BEST. The Remain of Oen. Geo. Smith Laid Away; " Tk Bot all of life to lire, Nor all of death to die." At 10 o'clock jeMrrdajr tbe remaina of fiwi. Geo. R. Smith were removed from the hnnae wbert" tbej had been lying in ntate, to tbe Chriatian chatch. Lime before tbe bour appointed the CHURCH WAS DENSELY CROWDED, ami by tbe time tbe remains were deposit ed in front of the altar, fully five hundred eople were atanding on the outside of the building, all anxiotM to hear the word of be miaiater and get a glance at the coffin that held mil that warn nortal of Sedalia' foamier and a fftjfr to her people. A vart coacoorw of colored people were pres ent to pay their tribute to the man who had been their beat friend. A colored man who counted then informed tin tbat there were one hundred and mvenleen prenent. AT TME CHURCH. Slowly the remain were carried in and deposited before tbw altar by the pall bear en, and a prayer offered by Her. Shockley of the First Presbyterian church. After 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. — 22 July 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1879. MAD SEDALIANS ElfTHUSIASTIC MEETING. Every Dollar Heeded to Build the Warsaw Road Fledged Last Might, and More too. Let Jefferson City Laugh She Will, if But Sedalia Sand-Pipers Bush to the Bescue, And the Bailway and Capital Must Come. A large and enthusiastic audience of the citizens of Sedalia assembled at Smith's Hall, last night, to attend the adjourned railroad meeting. Col. Jno. D. Crawford called the meeting to order, and said as this was an adjourned meeting the old officers would hold over. "If General Smith was present to night," said Colonel Crawford, "we all know where he would stand on this railroad question, and in reverence to his name, we wish he were here to night jn his box to add his word of en couragement to this enterprise." Reading of lists were called for. Mr. Both well reported the total sub scriptions, old and new, $46,648.50. Major Gentry reported $705 taken last evening. Cyrus Newkirk passed up a list with $75...

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. — 29 July 1879

Bazoo. SAWYER & SPRINGES Mean' wool hata 50 era, former price 75e Mem' aaaVtshirt 25 crate, foreaer price- 40c TERMS Op DAILY: Sue fr, ty auil, (ir advance), e a ouih, . Win -cJ, jiul payable to carrier every Satardar, fiooo f oc 5 Mens' lasBeadem 25 cents, foraMr price 40c Mens' whit shirhi 50 cents, foimer price 7f c Ladies' trimmed hata, half coat- price. Ladies' hear, white er oaleml 5c per pair. TKRM8 OF WEEKLY: VOLUME. XI SEDALIA. MISSOURI. TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 29. 1879. NUMBER 9. At the strictly cash,, one priced house of it oc DA1LYBAZOO tUblitbrU every evening fia'ur&nrs ctcrpteJ), and oa bJuJa) llorni-g, Ljr J. WEST GOODWIN. Sedalia Weekia enBBBBBBBBBBam SUMMIl DRINKS Nature craves cooling driuks in summer heats, and however seduc tively alcoholic beverages may be dis guised by ice, lemon or mint, the fierce heat h soon felt in the system, and the craving thirst in nowise abat ed. The London Lancet, a high metl ical authority, says that there are visi ble signs of...

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. — 29 July 1879

SEDALIA TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1879. St Louts has quarantined against Meaaphk. Three cases of yellow fetet are re-' ported fromlpmsyMe. r r Dcniaow is qamiaaiaiwl agaiart Se dalia VnbrtMte'Vmmvrl rr i The Ohio A fauMlrfppi' rf ifroad-bas been taken out of the hands of Re ceiver King aad traaaferred to the company. Gen. William F. Barry was buried from Fort Merjeary last Tuesday, Gen. V. T. Sherman and some of staff being present. Aocordiag to the Millerits Ae worU will be destroyed during the present month. If any one gets scared it is not too late bow to bagio to.praj. Buford has been sentenced to the penitentiary for life. It is hardly proba ble, in view of past cases, that Bufprd will remain in the pen over a year or two. The St. Louis police are still, hunt ing for Sanders, the murderer of Offi cer Priatz. A Sedalia policeman would have had Sanders in limbo long since. Mrs. Van Cott thinks saving souls doesn't keep body and soul together worth a cent, and has struck for high er wages...

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. — 29 July 1879

MOTHER'S BOY. Yen, I know there mre staia on ray carpet Tlie traces of small muddy boots; And I see your fair tapestry, glowine All spotless with Uornomn and fruits ! And I know that my walls aredMiRured With prists of small finger and hands; And I we that your own household a hi tenets All fmh id purity stand. Yea, I know that my "Mack walnut' is tattered And dental with many small heels. tt'iiil- vour own polished atairway, all perfect, Ita smooth atunaiB outface reveal ! And know that my parlor are littered With many old treasure and toys; While yoar own m in daintiest order. Unharmed by the presence of buy! And know that my rooms are invaded Juite boldly all bourn in the day; While yon ait ia your own unmolested. And Jrttfuu the soft quiet away. Yes, I know I harejackels that are out, And button that tirvcr will stay : Wbilf vou can embroider at leanure. And I-rn pretty arts of "crochet," And I knowthreare lessons of spelling Which I mnKt tie patient to heart White vou may ait d...

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. — 29 July 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY. JULY , 1919. CITY CHAFF. Caught Upoa the Crowded Tha LHfM of TaUrdA7a Log O. DeBetv Sharif Hnmh, who was oat is the ighhnrhooJ ef Den tohwK. I- report that totality safes with gmthop pen. He t m large clone' of then pass ing over, hat they eaa sew an hat little dsmace. as the cam ia lee veil metered. Thk mast hate maa a stray corps from Dakota. IWlGOM. Madam Liaaie aa Ceek atartea far Lead villa ea the traia last night, having previ- oaaljahippai twe car leads ef fanitaie. This will la agree! ralMf lor Malta, ami aa iaiaiiiii acaaiaitiea far LeaaVille. ProWWy noons pereenever had greater inducements to leave a towa thaa Madam Lizzie de Cook, though it mast ho confessed there are wotee woesea of her claw. A. G. Blakey. Mrs. A. G. Maker, widow of the lata Col. Al. 6. Blakey, passed tbroagh the city UksaeraiBg with her little bob, froac Fleas- sat Hill to Booaville to visit Iriaada aad relatives, aad possibly apaad the aaaum Col. Blakey was eae of the has...

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. — 12 August 1879

WEEKLY BAZO0? KATR3 OF ADVKRTISIHG. DAILY BABOO : Out Mitre, om insertion ...... $ 71 three " 1 50 umc wibbi .a w WKBBXY BAB90: Dm mm are, or lem, one inackraioa..... $1125 Each Bubaeaesnt iarertioa r-75 Dm iur one time, daily weekly.. 1.76 J. 1M OOODWHT. Weekly Bazoo. VOLUME. XI SEDALIA. MISSOURI. TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 12. 1879. NUMBER 11. PLOD. Of lb wise sad holy Maker, of the good and gracious (.od. Men caa nk lev higher Messing than the power grit t plod. ed to curtail, if not to forego, the of the weed. use WASBSHtBTJBO. 'put kaown as moderate driukera are Showy gift may tie attractive, glibly talk of "going I fkelv tOtlerive but little Comfort fmni the researches and conclusions of Dr. Richardson. It is notorious that a sodden excess of indulgence in alco hol induces some form of acute mental derangement or stupor, and he thinks that fit must be owned that the class' ... k,.wn . mndrat drink ". P-ObleB frOBi the QUBTTJ sweet spmiveisippnios. ! do Kut it take the solid lifti...

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. — 12 August 1879

Ci t J f ill ' WEEKLY BAZOO. SED-A-I-A-; , TUESDAY, AUGUST;!, The CmIi' tettleltfr aas been awdea -T7 t- , L Si 4 It if tknagb tfrt tte Texas ofioers Mistook of tee pen. ismiijm?.mi- promptly bad the aVe etc thiags too keepers of Texts Lyssridealy Sadotit that their basi- . a T V J A. I will hare to se ether, if lea profit e, ocCTpatio The Atchison CAaausaaV reaMurks thatthelHac mkt. am larfiaa.'wao has men re- ceivfag a salary af $700 per aaaaai, hat aekai that hW salsaVba reduced and the aalaaca aeaaVfor the benefit of his tribe, kprobaUy the oalyai who evaYlived that has ever been kaowa to psefe each request. Than it Beach wioieiag aver the progrtataf the work 6a the Texas Padic railroad. Freak S. Bond, vice- prssidsat, aad George Noble, general aapariateadeaf. who have jast gone Mir way to atteai the aaanal oTihe stockholder at Phila- dpk Wy Uw work ia beiaf posbed igoreaaly beyoad Fprt'rorth. and will ha eaaiplated to Weaiherford by October. Theoouatry already peae- tratad wUl ...

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. — 12 August 1879

MQ f auggeetiona m to How it May be It caiwnW be denied shst dulhs ektcitfMBil Increase every summer, and wore tasajaialty hi thk so ia a prairie couatry Lice lbs whisBaerroamds Mans. There Jaa-MraJ'iW which prevail tbe bearwSaf aaost penplc during a Ceres thunder alatiu, aad the. manifestation of thin fear by some, especially women, an Mae hat leJicrous. The pnaayaMair ku been uncom monly prolific in severe thunder Htoraw.snu Ike emu lties (roai lightning have beeu re markably numerous. Most iienple have an instinctive fesr of lightning which impels them to arek tbeiuosl secure place tha,t cube Ipiml wlkaVa storm oaa i enj bat t here re many 'others who foolishly and uaaecessarily put themselves in the way of danger, either froai iKaoraace or foolhardi nem. To all who would proper guard themselves against the danger incident to lightning the following suggestions of a writer faaailiar with the subject may prove serviceable ; ' It ia never too aooa to go to the' bonne when a storm i...

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. — 12 August 1879

i WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDAL1A TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 187. a maa ester- IB alley between Sixth He was to fall for either altoraaas or locomstiaa. ae he wm loaded mni wood wages tad Ukea to the eaoler. He wm formerly eecaeed ia miasm m this city, hat ie saw a a? cheat ia the Seethwvot. Ae eooa as be so bered ap he wm released. Something aweaite will saw certainly be done lookiag to the ear! eempfctiou ef the Sedalia aad Warsaw railroad. A am iaaof the diieelsis will ha held at the oSoe W the chief aagtaear, in Porter's Block, at IV a. at. Monday ateraiag. for coaealtatiea wkh Ceftf.afcPbenea, the eon tracter. The people have begun to get a little tired of the dallying ia regard to the Batter aad waat eoarething doae loakiaf to the early beildiag of the road. Ia thie coaaactioa it weald aoC be anwiee to appoiat a coaiBiittee to ooaealt with the Chicago aad Alloa aad the people of Mar. thai, lookiag to the extension of the road aortb to that noiat. Brthn aieantSeda- lia woaM have two raada to Hi...

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. — 19 August 1879

WEEKLY BAZtfO. BATSS OF ADVSSTIBnrO. DAILY BAZOO: Oh square, one insertion three " " one week ........ ..$ V 1 50 ... 2 5C wbut baskk 3ne square, or haw, nne msermoa..... $1 25 Each subsequent insertion.; 75 Due square one tine, daily A weekly.. 1 75 ADDRESS. J. WK8T GOODWIN, TAX FALLEN SENATOR. If it is to be taken for granted that tile distinguished New York senator has fallen from bis high position, there is not another prominent public man ia the country who could have fallen with a scantier accompaniment of pop ular condoleice. He goes down with a unanimous public condemnation on his haughty head. There is hanliy one voice raised in his behalf hardly one word spoken to mitigate the uni versa! censure. If we should say that there is a general savaee exultation over the signal and sudden hurailia tioa of the proud and domineering num. it would not be very far from the truth. The whole country recog nises ami admits his great abilities the marvelous adroitaess with which, in spile...

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. — 19 August 1879

TUESDAY, AUGUSI Ji. 1. no omm who joto wi, CoL'V How, atftor Km mr- A' taa aataVp of the SpragConkUng ttk all parti, we tK1oUowiMr Extract : " 8k. (Miar-Kate rnea " Gor.8prH,t;thetae'tIe nchM 'ii Bke Jjm tn bom hon . oa the JeM aad : waor of a satire State. Irwasatlaa tisse re gaiMaMra asaa alliaace.frMa State toasMs tasa of aaart. Hewasasen- atar.asrialie had what her Utn 4eaaU tMtvr albrd, att the awoaej he heedfrt'to aasintiin thf place her aathiUoa aspired to the head of so cietj ia Watatagtaa. Bat she is a dkmppoiated womb. Her lather fiuled to teach the object of his aad her aaibitioa. fiaaadal reYerses overtook her aaskaad, aw BMgoificent property weat .tato the control of an assigaee, anderaaoiaj became the ne eeawtr of his household. This is .where the caprice of fortune finds her to-day. Mr. Spracue is in no way fitted for sack a aaate. His person is not of the Apollo tope, his awntal vigor is not vaa an to the average for pablic sen and his tastes havfj never accorded wit...

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. — 19 August 1879

Threw Hoi iA lii Last September im'iveswsl City vmioMW tan auna- ctoos robber WihepubK' SMlafftihe Bleu, horses. Dog gies, eui, iM the ifuie ia the mules of the day and ran off with tbeau. Of coarse nobody suspected. them? no lewortly did t hey go about their work, tint thought from heir meoMoerMed manner that they were ately went off with. ' T tin WBccMwon -So- disposing f ft. and where it wax subsequently traced -by theo ficer. Front thence the thieve made their ftutwcn If m.uri;w1 tfTfcey they hsdgood reason to know were upon their track. At I ant (bey were hunted down, and this Morning W. G. Keaslilear, Deputy Marshal ef Jackson count , and Jho. W. Booth, Constable of Kaw township. am red widi ibise of jibe gang frowa "Car thage on the train from the South. The three prisoners are in chains, and their nam aire J. II. Kenady, E. M. Keardsley and Hiram Smith. Am soon an tlss party arrived they were tskerf to the county jail to await the arrival of the west ern houi.d train this ev...

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. — 19 August 1879

WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, AUGUST If. l7f. Hasks will raa frea the city to Georae- town to-day, to sirsmsjufele all wha wish to toka a guacs at Um Bags wasp aatiag now ia pragma at that alaee. Aaagiaat but psopls in Ssdalie seva witBeessd a aagra "revival" af tha eort, it ia supposed that a good aaay will ge afar to-day. Baaar. a 8L Wis Baiator." er rather loafer, BMrdered Mrs.aaSter lest Thurs- day, sad lata shoi hat disaster. oe ia keewn far lha iaaa aat laaar cl theagh that tha gift has haa hia mistress for several year be the aid lady wouldn't alia hia to aarry ha.,, She preferred keeping her daughter far edJuw purposes. The aheotiag toak plaaa ia a wsll-ksows hida fair to awiag. Tha 1 Eagiaeer Haadanaa aad FuaaMa bcham awl, tha aaaa injured ia tha Laa Sam- tit edlhsca, vera, aa Friday aight. tokea ia special traia to Waahiagtoa, Ma, aad placed! a the aa paays hoaa'tUL Mn. Hevacaaai wife ai tawfajasaa coapaaied tha traia there, aad will by the hrd-aida af her habeas. The seen ware b...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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