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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 17 August 1880

WEEKLY BAZOO. Bim of ApvxjiTisiira. DAILY RAZoO : Om eauare, oae insertion $ 75 " " three insertions 1 30 one week 2 50 WEEKLY BAZOO : One square, or 1cm, om iBeertion $1 25 Each aebseqaeol insertion 75 One sqaare one time, daily weekly. 1 75 ADDRESS. J. trSST GOODWIN. Do your own thinking. The matrimonial market is dull. The picnic season is in the zenith ot its glory. Chicago boasts of six belonging to one club. millionaires Its a tight squeeze for lemons these thirst-provoking evenings. A twenty-mile horse race is to be ridden by women at Minneapolis. There are over 600,600.000 Sunday school children in the United States. Prolane swearers in Altoona arc promptly cited to appear before au alderman. The staff of the German army, after successful experiments, have adopted the telephone, to replace, in target practice trumpet signals. A mechanic, aged twenty-six years, who had been condemned to four years' imprisonment at Cusana, Italy, has starved himself to death in thirty days. mm...

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. — 17 August 1880

i WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, AUGUST 17. 1880. SAVED BY MATCHES. a lew moments ; the hand tapped for FOR PRESIDENT, GEH. W. S. HANCOCK. FOB VICE-PRESIDENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH. Goereor-T. T. CRirTENDfcN. Lieutenant GoTernor-lt. A.CAMPBELL. Secretary ot Stata-M. K. McttRATH. Treaaurer-PHIL. E. CH APPELL. Aoditor-JOHS WALKER. Suprene Judge RICHARD D. RAY. Attorwey-Oeneral-D. H McINTYRE. Renter of Land ROBT McCULLOCfl. Railroad Commiwioner G. C PRATT. 1 DON MORRISON. Elector at Large JN c PHILIPS. Circeit Jadge-JOIIN P. SrROTHER. ButeSeemtor-JOHN T. HEARD. BepiwieBtatie-THCW. F. HOUSTON. Circuit Clerk-B. H. INGRAM. Collector-SMI rH HOPKINS. Attorney C. G. HERD. Probate Judge-JOH S A. LACY. Sheriff M. 8. CONNER. Trea-urer-R T. GENTRY. Am aaor-J. W. WALKER. Coroner-DR. W. P. KING. Borteyor-THOMAS MONROE. Public AdminV-JOHN R. CLOPTON. Count? Judge, W Di.-J. W. PERDUE County JudKe, E Din. DA VIP bLOL'HER A small toorn, poorly furnished ; a pot of niiirnonette in the window a girl ...

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. — 17 August 1880

T HOT THE BEH1 A "Baioo" Reporter Meets the Mioneri at Fort Boon and Accompanies them to Oswego. The Prisoners Deny Hating Erer Made any Confession. Shouts of "Hang Him," "Bring a Hope," Etc., at Fort Scott Former neighbors and Aqcuaint anoee of tha Handera ac Par sons Pail to Identify Them. Arrival at Oswego Lodged in Jail Visitors Interviews-Threats of Lynching, Etc. Almost Conclusive Evidence that tha Prisoners are not the Benders. Special dispatch to the Bazoo. OtswFWO, August 9. About tbe only topic of con relation in Oswego, and, in fact, all through Labette county, in the parties arretted a few day aisce by the authorities of Fremont, Ne braska. Sheriff -Bender, of this county, who went After the priaonera, arrived here on tbe M., JZ. A T. train thia morning, at one o'clock, and notwithstanding the hour, some were present to catch a glimpse of THE NOTOBIOUS PERSONAGES. The Bazoo's representative met the party at Fort Scott and accompanied them to thia point, and on the trip 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. — 17 August 1880

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo.. TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1880. OUR SUNDAY SERMON. 1 T il pekctb no evil is as lovely aa the band which givetb alma. To judge no one harshly, to misconceive no man's motive, to believe things are what they seem to be until they are proved otherwise, to temper indgnent with mercy, surely this is quite as good as to build churches, establish asylums and to found colleges. Unkind words do as much harm as unkind deeds ; many a heart has been wounded beyond cure by words; many a reputation has been subbed to death by the poisonous words of a detractor. They have separated families, parted husbands and wives, and broken the ties between the dearest friends. Ther ia charitv which consists in with holding word, in keeping back harsh judg ments, in abstaining from speech, if to; speak is to condemn. Such charity hears the tale of slander, but repeats it not ; it will not be the one to help the ball roll. It listens in silence, but forbears comment, and it locks the unpl...

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 August 1880

WEEKLY BAZOO. RATES OF ADVERTISING. DAILY BAZOO : One squire, one insertion $ 75 " " three insertions 1 50 " " one week 2 50 WEEKLY BAZOO : One square, or less, one insertion $1 25 Each subsequent insertion 75 One square one time, daily 4 weekly. 1 75 ADDRESS, J. WEST GOODWIN. Odd Fellowship is strongest in Pennsylvania, which has 85.000 mem bers. Ohio comes next with 44,000, and New York next with 40,000. Huberts Brothers, the publishers of Jeau Ingelow's poems in this country, .... , - . , ,okA. say uiey nave paiu ner cio,nro in seventeen years. The mob that went with tar and feathers to Henry Clark's house, at Oolebrook, Conn., lacked the con rage to face his pistol, and fled at hh first fire. Over 12,000 penoua left LiverpKd for the United States in the month of July: There was an increase in the total immigration from the port for the month of 5,000 over July, 187D. An ocean telephone company talked of. We hall he obliged to send somebody over to the far end. The foreign accent...

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 August 1880

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, AUGUST 24. 1880. LITTLE WOMEN Cadet Wbiuker has been granted a furlough for an indefinite length of time. Vanderbilt has bought St. J u lieu for 150,090. Maud S. and St. Julien, what a team! - Hon. S. S. Cox, in a recent speech, said ; "It is said the congressman who were on Oakes Ames' memorandum had good intentions. Hell is paved with them and De Goljer had the contract." August Dehn was sentenced to six months' imprisonment in Baltimore for drunkenness, on the complaint of his mother. Before his term was over she died and left him by will $10,000. The latest rebel outrage that we have any account of was perpetrated by an unregenerate postmaster in Virginia, who mailed a confederate twenty-dollar bill in response to the republican campaign committee's demand for money. How They Must Dress The Stoop of the Bdlle-3 Girla who Impart a Flavor of Carbolic when Kissed. CHOP REPORTS. itself continually in words and acts.t ' At rhe touch of eunid's wau...

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 August 1880

aaTanmiBaiammnm ammnm ananamamaMmmmnam amnmnmi nnnani sansama mm ' t DUEL Eff THE DAM Two Young Mn Shot at a Moon light Picnic. The Marshall Ae says : Sheriff John R. Cuon received the fol lowing telegram thin morning : Blackbcrs, Mo , Aug. 14, 1880. flheriG Saline county: Marshall Black burn ha shot C. C Djllarhide. Come on lint train to arrest Blackburn. Jes.e Dollakhidk. In answer lo the aboTe, Khorifi Cason took the early train for Blackburn. He arrested Marshall Blackburn and brought him lo this city on the mail train. Young Blackburn wan accompanied byhis mother, j e,i f,n getting along in the world, and one Mrs. Frank 1 nek burn. J of the tram p printers claimed lhat the se- We learn that the difficulty occurred at cret of success lay in loving your busi Mr. Thomas Dtvis', where quite a number iness. He wn opposed earnestly by the of Mrom were attending a moonlight pic-, other, until finally becoming excited, he nic. The shooting waa done by C. C. Dol-! mounted a barrel and 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. — 24 August 1880

WEEKLY BAZOO. "- " SEDATllA, Mo.. TUESDAY, AUGUST 24. 18S0. DR. HULL NOMINATED. Dr. A. Y. Hall, formerly of Kcdalia, M'MMrari, i atill huniing office, lie wax on Friday Unt nominated for Stale Treaa urer by the democracy of Colorado. Old Hull will not be elected. If ftiich an tin- ,..... thitiir ahrtiilil overtake Colorado. whalanne time mat old miner woui 1 j . . .... have playing uraw poker witii in oiaien money. Hail waa once nominated by the party in this senatorial district for the con atiiuiional convention. The-district ha about four thousand tlemocratic majority, and he wan defeated by abont fifteen hund- ml vole ly an independent candidate, irr. nun can ue no uni . . anv ticket, and if the Colorado democrat c, do nabetter than to nominate him lhej,'e'77" ' 1 ' "pM-u ... ... .!...: . re in ke 'iil.T-li.W fill llit rural tiini.Ieti-ve.'t nau wetter go hi - - fr... j and eelert a teller prison wall?. man irom wiuiiu nn What the uaaoo Would Like See. A coret ateel away. Dr. Tan...

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. — 31 August 1880

WEEKLY BAZOO. Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO The Mest daily pjijr in the cits, a., 'I'Mvoly read tiirriioul the rtii'rr rt' .n of the State. by -:..Mitct men ' Iiinu' all clashes, it oflors ini!n. .:,. Iverti.M?:., as the lt n;edii:m t.vr.& vhich to reach the public BATES OF ADVERTISING. DAILY BAZOD: One square, one insertion $ 75 j " ' three insertions 1 50 j " " one week 2 50 ' WEEKLY BAZOO : I , VOLUME xi r SEDALIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY MORNING, AJJGUST 31, ISSO. NUMBER 13 TKKMS OF SCKD4Y MOENIXG )iieywar, - . bazoo : ! I One square, or lew, one insertion SI 25 Each subsequent insertion 76 One square one time, daily a weekly. 1 75 ADDRESS. J. WEST GOODWIN. "Come home drunk, will you?' said Ben Lucas to his intoxicated father at Welles, O. "I'll give you a lesson ;" and killed him with one blow. The Chicago Tribune says the man ner in which the thugs, hoodlums, thieves and desjieradoes of the city are combating and abusing the police is truly wonderful. That was a good saying ...

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. — 31 August 1880

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo.. TUESDAY, AUGUST SI. 1880. A CHANGE DEMANDED. During twenty years of executive power almost without cheek, the re publican party has become corrupt, decayed, demoralized. the princi ples which called itiuto existence have passed away, like mauy of the great men who proclaimed them. It is held together as an organization by the cohesion of public plunder; its only claim to support resta upon a con tinuation o! sectional strife, dangerous to the peace of the union and men acing to the prosperity of the people, If this agitation and these discords are to go on, as they have gone on since the cloBe of the rebellion, merely in the interest of party, the future may well be regarded with anxiety Instead of closing up the wounds left by civil war, the whole policy of the republican leaders has been to keep them open, to separate the north an south as hostile sections, and to pre vent perfect restoration of friendship and confidence. This reckless policy, iutended ...

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. — 31 August 1880

"I fhe! A letter From Forney. Columbus, O., August, 18- following letter was received by the'ANoted Crimm3l chairman and secretary of the Democ- Prison ratic state executive committee. . Phujldelphla, Pa., Aug. 17. 1880 My DEAB KIR 1 owe you an apology lor not sending VOU an earlier reply to yours ol the btb, lUVlting me the. city prison An won as Marshal Smith to address the Democracy of Ohio J waw mm ie ,-Togniz-d him as an old of (luring the campaign. Hut I waited fender. in find time to come. That proves to , A AZ(M representative learned from be impossible amongst a sea of engage- J Marshal Smiih the following detail- of the ments here. At the end of 20 years ' rillonerV r,ft.: I find myself once more in line with e WM fiirmer, mI Uwi , fl,r hufs A-reHJocraiic jinny., aim in resum- inir tv- a-wr-r I r iti nAmttu t it'itl. i I t. p-.J . fl lmilDiitjlo uha nuifo --'-- vr. I c 1 1 ii p ... . . 1 . r .. ., . ry, mont r.t Ilia ttMl war f I lliwi Democrat who believed in the example ...

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. — 31 August 1880

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, AUGUST 31. 1880. OUB SUNDAY SERMON. "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth." And what a be ginning waft commenced when he did it ! The beginning of a world that should eland for countless decades and hoary centuries; tbe beginning of human destinies; the living truths of mighty ages, of glorious nations and beautiful languages; of arts, of sciences, of literature and of immortality. For this great world was this little earth created. All that is of the earth is nf the world ; all that in of the world is of futu rity and immortality. As we look at the world to-day, In in weak and puerile our ideas are, and how incapable of conceiving lis vaptness are our . J minds ! Here ! nruK I n.tio.i nf irot ' - - V i , works, Mark now ii w..- mm, : i . r . up to its manhood, and note if you can, its! variations and changing ti.fluenc. Then, a puny child; now a mighty nation alery, left her nine years ago. -She In sll been gaining strength fro...

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. — 7 September 1880

vILY BAZOO Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO Th oldest daily paper in the city, ;i . . vt-tj-ivcljr read thronuUnul the 'trr. I ;"' ot the btate, by ...rinesa ntvn f .Jiim; all classes, it offer imbu-emei -.: Iv.-rtie-oas the bet uiedit t tii.oiit i h to reach the public. J. WEST GOODWIN ti:i:ms or daily $I'J cc e:'i -.1. J a'. able !o cirrier entry Slturtfav, sj T: nis or wkrki.y: VOLUME XII SEDALIA. MISSOURI, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7 ISSO NUMBER 14 itkms or wwur oainxa baxoo: Unyar, SlCi OUR SUNDAY SERMON. PEARSON ITEMS. FROM THE QUARRY CITY. MAD MOSBY. who was never distinguished for any-j How many hours, days, months, Where is "Bess?" '.e mis her. and vears (if this life are often spent1 Charley Creed has m4ied his . . t and ihiw rmts: hev ? in "sadness and regret tor naving ... ' - . v.r. nviiiia win -j .1. i.. i : ' . . .... hiy. tesvh school the young house I he Items or Interest Picked Up Bazoo Reporters on the by thing except a way he had of keep- J aewtic Reply to Sena...

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. — 7 September 1880

WEEKtY BAZOO. SBDAUA, Mo.. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1880. The Germani aud the Irish ; the Spaniards and the French ; the Swedes ad the Danes ; in fact, our foreign American citizens of all nationalties, are for Hancock and English. It it somewhat of a coincident that General James Longstreet, who com BMnded the confederate army at Get tysburg, and Gen. Hancock, who was Longstreet's chief opponent in the same battle, should each be drawing a like salary from the same government Gen. Longstreet, an minuter to Tur key, receives $7,500, and Hancock, as major-general, receives 97,500. A consignment of 6,045 packs of castor beans started from St. Louis on Saturday last to float to New York by way of the jetties. The beans, being methodical and grave in their habits, prefer the so-called excursion route. When they reach the New York mar ket they will be able to completely work out the extravagant beans which have arrived in Chicago by rail. The discussion bad a few days ago by the American as...

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. — 7 September 1880

- -a I 1 B . . .... I . ' , a. T Fine Marksmanship -.. Yrk 1 nn-.-, 21. j A glass ball shooting exhibition was given yesterday afternoon at the Brooklvii Driving nark, Parkville, bv ' Mr. and Mrs. John Kuth. Mrs. Kuth , tooK a Dosmon eiEiiieeii leei iroiu a i i. r. i- tanret. and. with a Pistol wei-hin-' about six pounds, took deliberate aim and broke the first glass ball. Then followed a series of fancy shots, in - ' m s r which she broke lulls whil bile, holding ner nisioi sniewavs, uiimip- umvii, i: i I- ... .' i II !.... i . , , i . i it Hi- M.. K. .V I., wa-i in the city l.n morn ing Iit pistol over her bdt shoulder t ' ' ., , ., - .-:7i. K. J I ...I.: ' inc. and from him the fllwiiiS .ar.ii- nii.il w I i.iiaii. n.iini, ....' ...i.iiii; ...in . - - .i. i , .i . ,, - tit , lar- regarding the finding of a -I months by the md of a small mirror held in'1 "-"' fi . , ( Her lelt,liand snooting a Dall snspen.l.Ml by a s.lrinir and swinging to and fro With a small title she svneated th...

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. — 7 September 1880

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 1880. Pettis' Pittance. The democratic county central com tnittee met yesterday afternoon in the city hall to make arrangements tor campaign work. A full attendance was present, nnd plans agreed on for a vigorous prosecution of the campaign, in order that Pettis county may. do her share next November, toward shoving Gen. Hancock into that chair in the White House on which the late lamented G. Washington, Tommy Jeflerson, et al. formerly wore out their pants, wiggling around on. Hing Goods on Sunday. Mr. . . McClellan was arrested and taken before Recorder Fraker yesterday, chared with keeping open bis store and selling stationery on Sun day. He appeared before that oracle of justice with his attorneys, Saugree & Lamm, and Raid be was prepared to fight such a prosecution to the bit ter end. and asked that he be given a jury trial. Seeing that the case would prove a long and hotly contest ed one. the attorneys agreed to con tinue i...

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. — 14 September 1880

WEEKLY BAZOO. KATl30F ADVERTISIHG. DAILY BAZOD: One square, oe insertion $ 75 44 u three insertions 1 50 " one week 2 50 WEEKLY BAZOO: One square, or lew, one insertion $1 25 Emcb rabsequenl insertion 75 Oae square one time, daily & weekly. 1 75 ADDREs, J. WEST GOODWIN. 8arah Bernhardt's cluthes fill twenty-eight trunks. The treasurer ot Lucas coanty, O., has defaulted to the tune of 47,000. Edwin Booth psud a visit to the hoBM of Shakespeare, Stratford ou Atoo, on the 17th ot August, and re mised several days. Miss Helen Gladstone, the daugh ter of the premier, is one of the suc cessful candidates in this year's class list of Cambridge university exami nations. Father O'R-illy, of sage City. Kansas, recently dismissed from the pulpit for immorality, undertook to whip Texas Frank, a desperado, and aged to barely etcape with bis life. A Brooklyn doctor had petitioned the Brooklyn board of education to have the boys and girls taught to swim. To that extent, at all events, this Bro...

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. — 14 September 1880

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDAUA, Mo., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1880. TOR TBMMDKKT, on. w. s. HAVCOCK. rOK VICE-rmESIDENT, WILLIAM H. EMOII8H. Oovanwr-T. T. CRIT I ENDEN. LiMtcMatOoTwaor-S. A. CAMPBELL. flecretarr or HCate-M. K. McURATH. Treaaaiar PHIL. E. CH APPElL. Aaalitar JOHN WALKER. tepiMM Jadge RICHARD D. RAY. Attaraay-Ueaaral-D. H McIMTYRE. Brtwur of Laaaa ROBTMcCULLOCH. Railroad CoBMhMioMr-O. C PRATT. .t , DON MORRISON. EJectora at Lar J s c pHIUPa. CoMr-a-JNO. F. PHILIPS. ClrcaitJadg-JOHN P. 6 TROTH EB. Ktale 8eaaior-JOHN T. HEARD. BcfwewstaUTc THOrt. F. HOUSTON. Ctre-.it Clerk--. H. INGRAM. Callceter-HMirH HOPKINS. Altera C. O. HE -RD. Probate Jadjce-JOHN A. LACY. Bbrrif-M. 8. CONNER. Ttaaaarer-R. T. GENTRY. A atoc-J. W. WALKER. Coraaer-DR. W P. KING. Ha rtey or THOMAS MONROE. Public Adaiia'r-JOHN R. CLOPTON. CeaatyJadae, W Dm. J. W. PERDUE Coaaty Jadjc, Dm. DA V1D BLOCHER The French reveone for 1880 u orer $15,000,000 aboTe the estimates. The Piinoea Louise aays that she doeaa't dUIik...

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. — 14 September 1880

BUBIAL OF A CHINAMAN. Bow t. Deril Was Ept at a Dn ttnc While the Soil's Dinner of Broil- d Chicken and Rice Waa Eaten Bed Cay dies Burned. From the " York Suu. Yesterday morning, while the gate keeper at vhe railnitul crossing uear the entrauce to the Evergreen cetaetry, Brooklyn, waa quietly reading the day's news, a funeral pncesioii dashed past at a rate that made him spring to hi feet, drop bis paper ami open hi eyes to their widest. Tne etiing of carriages were following a iiaml-ome hearse, through the elau eides ol through the glaw eidi liwti o muitlf iarut vutt wi-i T?ir coffin btld the bodv of the late Leu Wan, a Mott Htreet grocer, who died on the 31st ult. On the hearae, beside the driver, eat a pale, gaunt Chinaman in a white gown ot silk, with a strip of white linen tied about his arm and a white porcelain bracelet on his wrist, who at interval!) of ever 200 or 300 feet scat tered a halt-dozen slips of blank pajier in the road, in onter. it wa afterward explained, that ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 14 September 1880

WEEKLY BAZOO, SEDAUA, Ma. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. IMP. BE MIS' BOY. A Trtriliif TvmOw Hu an In- The owl train steamed iato tbe Union depot Fridav wight. From it lighted jj.ui Jiimil ta which indicated the occupation of farmer or laborer. Hi wit aad a bright-eyed little girl of tare yten aeeemaooied him. The bub hastily paired for board! boBse, ssying. "I nss ia a hairy, as my wife is ill aad m get ting iem fan." The party followed aa otker to the Facia -Houae, bat it waa foil. Aaotber aadaaether boarding Irouse was visited all fair wee the reply. The ocer w ahoat to give ap ia de-pair, whea the aaas called him aaide aad aaid: "Mbaer, bit wife koat to coefined and I aiaBt'f ad a place to stay." "Ia that mtV sympathetically aaid the Mas ef atar aad dab, -well, I'll had you a place," he coatiaaed. The party weat to the hospitable Si. Tfffcholaa hotel ea 8eooad atree , kept by J. J. Kelly, who opeaed bis door, aad, af ter baiag appriaed of the eitHation, gave thea-a rooai, when, ia a abo...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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