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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 13 July 1880

u- IjLY BAZOO Vti,-jk!.'-i f-a'w'v3 rvj.'J), and on td.k Mm.Ji-:, by J. WEST GOODWIN. 'ti:i:msh-'iaily: tut y-"ir, tiv rr.jil, (., -iJwiic r), - . $iou I ,n. mhk. " oc 1ie"M " i ot lii-cJ iiiJ payable to t-arrie.- nerjr Satur"4y, 25 Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. SEDALIA. MISSOURI, .TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 1880. ti:p.ms ok vki:ki.y: VOLUME XII. NUMBER 7. tmims ok snrtAT woajrCTO' n.vno: One y war, . o DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily paper "in the city, .ii HMtely read thmvghont the rtntxa. rtittii of the State, hy . ,iincs men nu; .i all cI&hscs. it oilers imlin imtu "Iverti-v-- as the het aietlii.m th.ciig .vltirh to reach the mihiie. 4 r i !J-BmamtaW-r Ma 1 W ! WM I 4 iBamami tmWM nKeBBBl BmaBBLl Tmmmmit'MmrcviJ;mmmmijJmKmwl KvlKBaYaKrKS t BBBBMfsH"XSl BMaYlrrj aZr"wWr"Bwi "I!"-""-i'WKOEaslL. in i I " Whom bUmreth not hi mmi Kazoo, The. name htill nut. he Mom ' SQTICE. ' All ailvaluemrnf and frxvi notice that are i-ntftett in this pi per, if not vyreWv agrcetl m a to the time to be publ...

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 July 1880

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo.. TUESDAY, "JULY 13. 1880. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. W. S. HANCOCK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH. The Hancock "boom" is the best which has yet occurred in this year of iftftn Tt means the return of gIMWf wwwf the democratic party to power, and prosperity and happiness to the cou n try. A president of the United States nliniild he above suspicion. If the people elect Hancock as they are eroinr to do thev will have that o o kind of a president. Cincinnati platform : "The right to a free ballot is the right preservative of all rights, and must and shall be maintained in every part of the United States." Thai's the way to talk it. Kanxaz City Time. The volume of Shakespeare which Col. Bob Ingeraoll uses instead of a family Bible has inscribed on the back '"The Inspired Book." On the sides is the legend, "The Volume of the Brain." In the middle of the book are blank pages for the family register. It is a noteworthy fact that the women suffragists were snubbe...

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 July 1880

OUR COUNTY DADS. What They are Doing with the Peo- pie'a Money. Comity court met to-day, present Hon. V. C. Gobson and J Q. Taniiahill, Sheriff" Murray ami Clerk Field. Warrants were ordered issued to the fol-i lowing named poor perform, for the follow-' ing amounts respectively. W. W. Crnss Ye-terdsv the city tnaishsl notifed.by Mrs. Jewell $4. Mrs. Fair $5. Mrs. ti. him-lf nr some other policeman, nil the Brown $1, Jr-e ClossrrS-l, Win. Kutiedge huine htuies of Sedslis. except hotels, $4, Mrs. Jennie Lynde ?4- Chst. Uouitney boarding houses, restaurants, drug More, $4. , livery stahl" and printing office that on Warrant were ordered is-tied to the fol-'.-tuii rtfter next Sunday they would not he lowing person, for assi-tance furnished allowed to keep open their houses on Sun poor ernii. . day. That the above houses were notified Vincent Terry $12, H. T. Field $2fi, H. C Haitou SaU.ti-'i. for taking vre id county poor for one month. , Watrant-t were ordered issued a follow: It OT.a...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 13 July 1880

SEPAL.! A. M . TUBSDAY,J0LY'l8.1W. WAS HE BOBBED? A ftrauger Who Claim od to Hava Bean ft eld Up While Coming Bast. Hardly a day p ,,t me im pecunious individual arrives in the 'ity nd pnl np poor mouth about being robbed, and of course he wind up by fil ing assistance. Another wanderer of thin kind dropped into Sedalia yesterday. He vu sitting in front of the ticket - office at the ti.rrison, and a Boo repor ter, who had heard bis stuy, .approached him to see whether it could be continued. He stMed that hi name was Wm. T. (leering, and his home at Altoona, P. For the past six months he had been in the wet, and the first of lant week he arrived in Topeka, Kn., on his way hack east. " Al that time be had in hi possession about 120. a sood silver watch and a revolver. While in K-insa-' capital he met a railroad acquaintance whom he bad known year nRO, and th-y proceeded to celebrate their meeting by taking in numerous bowls so many, in fact, that he became oblivious to his Minoimdiiit...

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 July 1880

LvlLYJBAZOO jJih'a r eventig (5alardiyi rxcrjte,), ant! re ij:.) MorrJng, by J. WEST GOODWIN. Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily paper in the city, n -. -.i.-ively read tl rtM'ghout the ;n,.v in of the State. Iv ...-sine? men .it Mux all cIa-H-. U otters in.hnx ';: !.vrtl:ev a the Inst mcilit in ih.t.i:-: - ! to reach the tilhc TKSOIS OF SUNDAY MO-lXIXfl Rvnn TERMS OF DAILY: ne jr., by mail, (if adraace), fuoc Mtth, . - . K tlit-e4, sn4 fijraUe to earner every Sstatsar, 2$ TERMS OF WEEKLY: "jar. ------- fi cc volume xir. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1880. NUMBER 8 n. year, . - . J. M. Barret, formerly of Sedalia, in no longer conaected with the Den ver Jfetec. Miss Riviere, of Charleston, 8. C, has a court dress ouce worn by Marie Antoinuette. It is of purple satin, and is still in good conditiou. A Chicago man, arrested while at tempting to kill himself with a razor, tore himself away from the policeman and jumped from a high bridge, thus accomplishi...

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 July 1880

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDAL1A. Mo.. TUESDAY, TuLY 30. IStHL FOR PHRSHlEST, GEN. W. S. HANCOCK. -FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH. Circuit Judge-JOHN P? STKOTHER. State Senstor-JOHN T. HEARD. Repneiiative-THOS. F. HOUSTON. Circuit Cierk-15- H. INGRAM. Collector-SMI III HOPKINS. . Attorr.ej-C. . HEARD. Probate Juiige JOHN A. LACY. - Sherifl M. S. CONNER. Tre.irer-R. T. G EN FRY. Am wor J- V. WALKER. Coror.cr-DK W. I. KING. Public Almin'r-.IOHN R. CLOPrOX. County JuJrc, W Di9.-J. W. PERDUE. Countv Jndae, E Di.-DA SID BLOCHER THE TICKET. The democracy of Pettis county have held their convention and the . proceedings are Before the people. The result is quite gratifying to ail who desired the success of the partju above the success of political hacks. There was an absence of chronic office seekers in the convention, which is an omen of good to the welfare of the democracy. The ticket uomiuated yesterday is made up of men who are capable aud are under the tongue of good report among their n...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 20 July 1880

W All TOM MURDER. THE DEMOCRACY A Colored Kan Named Peter Cokeley Kills a Colored Youth of Seventeen. Do HoBStOC D. M. Will 16 16 moved that alter the AmA Then, 'Under Pretence of Going for a Doctor, Hit Cacape. Of Pet tii in Soltaan ConcUvtjloarl1' Mu lhe hiaew caadidate be AatembM. n?4 j Judge Do was appeared on the Moor of tb coaveatioa aad withdrawa hit a: nomination Maaea of Candidates Office. for i THEY MEET. f l- - , . . ii J The democratic convention lu called to lhis morning about ten -o'clock a , .. , , . . . . . c - - i , . order at 11 o dock to day by Capt. Saai tm. -.uixii meu were lounging SbBk, of Blackwater. around in tlie iciuity of the narrow j d. M. Williams moved that Judge D, gauge depot waiting to go to work. i H. O'Rear be elected chairman. Carried Some four or five of them vntrtt- Cel. W. J. Manker moved that J. H. Looney be elected secretary. V. il. Thomas moved that J. I. Ro- sell !e elected secretary. The chairman ' nut the motion rim mrr and' Mr. Knasell ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 20 July 1880

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo.. TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1880. Beautiful nelle. Belle Eratcher arrived in the city from the eaxt jeaterdaj afternoon, and in com lianr with Dr. Goodwin lelt on the 11 o'clock train, again going east. She in formed a Kazoo reporter that she intended Mopping a Tipton, and Dr. Goodwin gave it out that St. Louis was his destination. Kelle in undoubtedly one of the wont look ing old blister that ever put foot in 8e ilalia, and can fie by note. m Dr. Goodwin informed a friend of hi that he can-d nothing for the girl, but said his folk had raised such a disturbance over the affair that he intended keeping company with her merelr for spite. "Good riddance to h:id rubbish" is no name for it in this intance. LATER. Vhen the east bound express, due at 10:4", arrived in the city, the beautiful lielle and the fmitten doctor boarded it. A large crowd had assembled around the car, and veil of, "Bring him out! hang him ! tar and feather him !" were heard on all Hide-. J ml then...

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 July 1880

Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. ; H A IT V 13 a rz-vr. 51m- olIet daily pajvr in the city, a, oMvely read throughout the tn'r ion of the State, by ...sines; men at. in4 all clause, it oilers indiicemer IwrtMr ax the bet uiedii.in tii.iio " :i t reach the nubile. J WEST GOODWIN. ti:i:ms or daily: toe t nail, iradrince), - - Siocc fe ji- uti, " - 5 c: V II oalh, cc -rJ. and payable to carrier every Saturday, 2; ti:rms of weekly: VOLUME XI SEDALIA. MISSOURI. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1880. NUMBER 9 i:t:m ok sundy vownxo ba'oo-!-eyir, - . m aW;ji, U.-ILY BAZOO A tubTace is a funny sight, but the racera ought to be good swimmers. A disregard of this rule resulted in the drowning of two men at Rock Island. The Pol residents of South Bend, Ind., (irmly believe that Mrs. Luchiske is poH:esed of a devil, and she agrees with them. Ceremonial efforts are lieing made to exjel llie fiend. The census has not changed the rel ative position of our large cities in re gard to population much. The first ten cit...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 27 July 1880

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUE.SDAY,"jULY 27.1880. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. W. S. HANCOCK. FOR VICE-I'RESTDENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH. Circuit Judge-JOHN P. STROTHER State Benator-JOHN T. HEARD. Jtepret-entative-THOS. F. HOUSTON. Circuit Clerk B. H. INGRAM. Collector-SMI TH HOPKINS. Attornej-C. G. HEARD. Probite Judge JOHN A. LACY. .Sheriff M. 8. CONNER. Treairer-R. T. GENTRY. Am Baor-J. W. WALKER. Coroner-DU. W. P. KING. Public Adoiin'r-JOHN R.CIX)PTON. ikmnxv Judge. W Dis.-J. W. PERDUE. County JudK. EDis. DA VID BLOCHER The Rev. W. E. Walker, a Con gregational pastor of VermiHoo, Da kota, got drunk at a public ball, and hit lehavior was so bad that his church had to put him on trial, it was then proved that he caroused ha hitually, and he was deposed. If the republican majority in the forty-second congress had followed t he advice of a great number of the republican newspapers of the United States, they would have expelled Gar fieln from the house of representatives in 1873 for taking a ...

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 July 1880

THE PIOUS PXIVTER. ! H Hu Been Founding Sunday Schools, and Teaehin in- rant ciimm. A eHuctimouioud looking tramp printer entered a printing office of this city one day last week, wearing a tV raure look on his face, and several half shed tears on ht9 lower eye lids, and meekly a.ked the proprietor if he would help a poor man along, by p;iv - ing him work, so he could get a bite 10 , Ihe proprietor, wh. combines in bin large and varied assortment of fac - ullies, both a kind heart and achris - tian profession, or to draw it more mildly and charitably, a christian character, looked at the vouth closely and considered him a sort of a curios - ity, an he looked so unlike any of the large gang of tramping typ'H who lieal railroads and hotels " He -aid to the boy, "Have you uo money ?" "Not a cent." he meokly said. "Ihi you drink ?" asked the pro- priftor. m m o. sir, quieny r.-sjKin.ie.l tne m,Mnre of Frank Jame ii. the eastern hoy, and emitting a bilious smile, or j lortitlfl of ,he co...

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 July 1880

WEEKLY BAZOO.! SEDALIA, Mo - TU KSD A Y, "jLU liY 27, 1880. What the "Bazoo" Woald Like See. Printers in Irrifer onler. A fourth of Julv with tut rain in it. Hitgftkrpl ofT the hire-tu in Serlnli. Jiiglit in broadcloth and fraur! in r.if-. More charitv am lew cimrlifhne in tlie world. Iiu i not weallliv ! SEDALIA EXPO sinoir. OUR SUNDAY SERMON. . - - a ? i: - r i i There w notlutij; w"cn tiMiing-ii'm-a j A first-claw liar greatoees ia any direction more than the j and influential. ability to rine frotn the cumideration of , A trump printer who doesn't want a nettv detail of faciH to Ine wider truth or chew of nne cot. deeper principles on which they rent. This , is entirely different from the habit of mind The Programme at Prepared by the Committee on Ar rangements. A List of Attractions that it Would be Moat Difficult to Sxcel. which paanes by detail with -iometbiitg of contempt for their insignificance. Nothing i really jmignificani; every eteui, bowever trifling, every fact, howe...

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. — 3 August 1880

- 7 , Bazoo. U vILY BAZOO ! i uto'ikhra e- r nr;iif ('a :rnt -srcj.... aij on -jt.'n !..,;....., b) J. WEST GOODWIN Sedalia DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily paper in t-he city, an-t-ively tvad tlirr...hout the i-n:K .ii..ii of the Stat?, by :-...-ine!j men. tint lac'iTii all claie, it oilers inducou-ns. !verti-r. a the best tuedii.m thrniiya whieh to reach the public. Tr:i:M! of DAirt': iut n-ir, hv nil., , aj.-xnc). f liS Co 5 oc ' 3 &..., " . . IOC ri. Alii f.iyi!Ie to carrier rrrry jKurt'ay, $ TI.RM.a OF WEKKLY: VOLUME XII. SEDALIA. MISSOURI, TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 3. !SSO. NUMBER 10 TERM OF SUNDAY YOKXIXO Hnoywar, BAZoo: 9ae J rr. Si - WEEKL t BE EARNEST. Earnestness in business wins. If law ver tries a suit, it is of but little Imn.tonnA him kami. IIUIWIUIIII.C 111 iu, WIIIC uut V ' a hundred in nn extensive practice, yet it may be an epoch in the life his client, perhaps hi3 first suit, or least he clothes it with great import-j ance. His life, liberty or property; may be at ...

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 August 1880

t-r- ii WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo . TUESDAY, AUG U.ST 3. 1SS0. FOH PRESIDENT, GEN. W. S. HANCOCK. roi: vice-president, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH. Uovernor-T. T. CRITTENDEN. tiratenant (JoTernor-R. A. CAMPBELL ScnrrtarY ' State M. K. McGRATH. Treanarcr Pill L. E. CHAPPELL-Aeiitar-JOHN WALKER. SiifiKaw Judge BICffAKD I). R.VV. A ttoraey iDeneral D. Kegiater of Laads Railroad CoajmiMioner G Circuit Jodg-JOHN P. STROTHER. Stale Seator-JOHN T. HEARD. RepmwnUtiTe THOS. F. HOUSTON. Circuit Clerk-B. H. INGRAM. Col lector SMI TH HOPKIN.S. Atioraey-C. CI. HEARD. IVobate JadtfeJOHN A. LACY. Sheriff M. S.CONNER. Tren-urer IL T. GENTRY. Aw mor-J. W. ALKEII. Coroner-I)R-W. P. KING. Poblic.Adtnin'r-JOHJi.R. CI)PTON. Omnlv Jiids, V Dis. J. W. PERDUE. nint; Judicf, E Dis. DA VID BLOCIIER The Empress Eugenie remaiued alone all uight at the scene of her sou's death. There are reasons for ex pec tiug that during President Hancock's adminis tration Spanish cruisers will not make a target of the American Hag. A...

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 August 1880

Pcculiarittoe Of Moo.. Ills a wcll-kaown fact thai men have pecularities just tbe same as wo mcu. Some arc not identified so strong however, with the strawberry trade- t i - .1 ti i.it niurK, uui luev an uicu iiuiiuie.-, i or popular craze, which -polite people I denominate: "Its a way he has. " The lawyer as for instance, can be re- cognized aOKWg thousatids With a few. exceptions, lie has a slow and steady , action (geuerallv.) Affable, but reser ved on such information as would naturally interest a listener. He is a trifle pompous, slings independence' in hi? manners, seems to imagine his su periority, enjoys a joke on others, emu lates the law and himself particular larly, decries outraged justice by broth er practitioners, swells with indig nation at the slightest touch of doubt as to his veracity, and manages a fee sable client in a wny that astonishes l hp client. . The doctor.i a-representative man, docs little harm, and sometimes good. Hi- is not so conceited a tbe Irgal li...

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 August 1880

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDAL1A, Mo.. TUESDAY; AUGUST 3, 1880. FOB THE LEGISLATURE. Janes H. Johnson, former resident of Sedalia and now a proaiaent attorney of Eoonville, in a candidate to represent Cooper county in the next general assem bly. Mr. Johnson atands pre eminent and above all of h:a competitor for the placel being a young man who ia active, in dtistriou, and withal, brilliant If the democracy of Cooper should in their wisdom select Mr. J.-as their standard-bearer, his election would be insured by a handsome majority and oar neighbors would have a worthy representative. Lei the good people vote at the primaries for Mr. Johnson. Stolen Horses Recovered. The two horses stolen from farmers Carle lelon and Plank in this city, Friday morn ing, have been returned. The evening of the same day the animals were stolen Geo. Hyaeitger ws riding along between this and Georgetown, when two boys, probably sixteen years of age, approached him on horseback. When they saw him thev left their steed...

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 August 1880

WEEKLY -BAZOO. KATES OF ADVERTISING. DAILY UAZoO: Om snniiw nnp lnaerllnn ..IS " " three inertionfi 1 oU J " " one week 2 50 WEEKLY BAZOO: ! One oqtiare, or tea, one insertion $1 25 Each Mibeeqtient inaertior 75 One qnan one lime, daily A weekly. 1 75 j J. WEST GOODWIN. Sedalia Weekly Bazoo DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily pajier ii: the city. xt-it-ivfly read thrr'hoitt the ',cn.. r:Ivn of the State, hy -..siness u.n a-t u .'liny all classes, it offers indurer...i--; t:vrti w as the Iet luedii in th.mu-i hi. It to reach the onlilie. VOLUME XII SEDALIA. MISSOURI, TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 10 ISSO. NUMBER 11. TERMS OF SCSDY Jneyuar, YOKXIXO BA70O Si at Col. Forney is to have S.'i.OOO for j his life of Hancock. , A YOUTHFUL MOTHBB. cock is something remarkable, ami i lrciicis inai i ne Mat win go de-oo- Sad Reaultn of Illicit Lores Among , era tic itv a .-mall hut safe tnaiorilv. School Children it saiamia. ' The honey crop of California will ! I every ton n ami hamlet the demo- burg, Ohio....

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 August 1880

1 V WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA. Mo., TUESDAY. AUGUST 10. 1880. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. W. S. HANCOCK. FOR VICE-PRESIDEST, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH. Oovernor-T. T. CRI I I E v DEN. Lieutenant G verwir- K. A. CAMPBELL. Secretary o Mate M. K. McliRATH. Treaxurer PH I L. E.CHAPPEi.L, Auditor-JOHN WALKER. Supreme Jaifu RICHABP D. RAY. Attorne-General-D. H M. INTYRE. Roister ,f Lnd ROBT McCULLOCH. R.ilroad CommiMioner G. C. PRATT. 1 DON MORRISON, hiectt.r at Large-, N C PHILIPS. Circuit Judge-JOHN P. STROTHER. Niate Senator JOHN T. HEARD. P..rem-miiTe-THO4. F HOUSTOJi. Circuit CI-rk-B H.INGRAM. Collector SMI TH OPKINS. Attorney-C. G. HEBD. Probate Judge JOHN' A. LACY. Sheriff M. S CONNER Tm. urer-R T GENTRY. W WALKER. 0.mner-DR W. P. KING. Sure-r-THOM A MONROE. PuMicAJininV-JOHN R CLOPrON. Cunt Judge. WDm-J W. PERDUE Coifniy J'dg", fi D D ' VP LQ'"F.K A tunnel under tue 5t. Lawrence river at Montreal U to he undertakes. The prospect is good in Texas for an almost unprecedented yield of cot ton. Dr. Tann...

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 August 1880

TLotta's Visit to London. Coi. Philadelphia Tim-1-. ( I met Lotta and her mother, Mrs. ( Crabtrfe, tins morning. enjoying their slay in Lot liavo htH-n tit lirflr ni!(l f-r-f t v from Patti to Mine. Ceaumont. who ' was the original La Tiavila ol Lotta's ' iiK-cialtv, "La Cigale." The little SADLY SENSATIONAL. i "I WISH I HAD WOT !" WHIPPTVa CHILDREN. ! 'I WISH I HAD NOT !' WHIPPING CHILDREN. THE BUSTED HEART Petti- conn IT reror.I-i. vtz : -We. the jury. ( find d ceased came to hi de tth by a boated , hesrt; i-a'ue ni.ki.uwii to u- hut j rer-um-! NOT CONGENIAL. They are j A Young Ladys Inwnity OVCr Such Wa. the Bcmark of . Parson ! Twenty Year old Bod Marks Plain- Tna 8adf g.d Story of Two Scdalll ; ' ; a 'm " idon, and j an Affair of the Heart. Wh0 Had Been 100 -miliar : iy Discernible on the Backs of j iwera-A Terrible Lesson. verylrdy, Wl,n Sister. , Sedalia Business Men Itching Pile She Yields Up Her Reason Before She Will Her Chastity. ?mr rriijcw uwgui, as a new uiujnr j ra .1...

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 August 1880

WEE KEY BAZOO. ! SEDALIA, Mo . TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1880, OUK SUNDAY SBBMON. The words of power which determine : jjm Been Done and What great destinies may come forth from very ' Yet Remains to be Accom humble lips, and they may be spoken on ( pliehed. very corniuon occaei&tta. Man is so won- j rhicb determine derfully uiade that a slight thrill on the) sensitive clrirds of the human heaitmayi vihrate through eterniiy. A little girl, playing in a retired corner of qu'et Eng-li-li home, overheard a careless and cruel, remark, dropping from the lip of a casual visitor, and those word cast a ubadow on . . ' . . ... . r i.:i.i .......... i;.rl.tl ,, and the melancholy refrain of that early , Horrowcound like' the moan of the sea i : i- - . i. . ......... - 4 through evet v iim of one of Ki.gland' ,) tinel. A returning aol-' aw-eleMt, HHddo poet A returning aol dierHtoni at a retired farm-houite for a liight. Jle whiles away the evening bourn by telling theory ol the great aiiguiuary...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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