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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 10 January 1882

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1882. Written for the Sunday Morning Kazao. MINK. BV ZUjHA KKARLR. Nothing of -a-falth or fame is ml w. Nothing of pow, or a rich estate, A.nd jet and yet even for me pwkco biooms from the rucof fate- T.r? I mr hrt is touched. Never day hut it glows jnd thrills, And nuuiy & roesRe i born to me From the sighing breeze and laughing rill, From the teoder song of wwblin bird. From the hun ming drone of goklpn bee, From the sleeping night and waking morn. From the pudntivt moan of surging ca. From the founding aisles of the forest wide. From the mountain pak sad the loiy tkJl ; f ro Bilentnf'SH itself a voice To soul acd rise a meaning tell. And I know, by many a subtle ppeil. That the Mystic bouuds for all the beat ; nd out of this weary crypt below At lafd, at last, there conieth rest. And while I drink from a deeper lore Than tbeftordid count of an earthly yield. mt,ard, bcyoud is the joy of life, atrard, ln:'iud ia th harvettt field....

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 10 January 1882

c 6 COMMEMORATIVE. The Services in Meznoriam at Odd Tellows' Hall Last Night. A large audience, in which were many ladies, gathered at the Odd Fellow' hall, corner of Main and Ohio streets, last even ing, the occasion being the memorial servi ces in honor of the deceased chief in Odd Fellowship, James L. Ridgely. The uer vices were very impressive and i great interest to all present, The con cert choir, composed of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wilcox, Miss Mabel Van Camp, Mis Annie Kimball aud Mrs. Morris Barrett, were present and contributed largely to the cervices by their excellent singing. The1 hall was decorated in a handsome manner, festoons of mourning material be ing everywhere displayed, and the canopy " nder which the Noble Grand sits bear ing on its front, in large letters, the lime of the honored deceased. A printed programme was handed to each person m the audience and they were made irelcome and comfortable by the members ef the order. The services began with the announce- kect ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 10 January 1882

7 SHE LIVES. An Attache of a Foreign Legation ' Most PoBitiveily Asserts , That ! . Minnie Beals, the Renowned Kan- , sas Sweet Singer, is Living. Another Chapter in one of the; Strangest Stories Ever Written. Kbzwm City Journal. Another chanter has been brought ' to li the marnai the pre those in every part of our country j who were interested in her fate. In order to how the significance of; hp Ktorv whieh was yesterday related , it will be necessary to briefly review ltsv r.wita l.i tfM lIfctiMr iV tlllJ Til flit . UIC liiUio ill niv. iiicmyi imq mwu , - - - . I unhappy lady, and recall the points I ;n i,erv j I REMARK A ZfLE CAREER. Miss Minnie Bads was reared in Topeka, Kas, "where her family, or at least some mouib- r. of it, ni.le A the present time. Her remarkably fine voice eany attracted much at- had become the pet and the pride of the Topekans. It was her ardent j wish to go abroad and receive the j musical culture and finish which; alone can be attained in the conserv-j ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 10 January 1882

8 SEDALIA WEEKLY , TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1882. 21 HOLIDAY NOVELTIES! IT HALF PRICE. NIO ETERNITY! ment in regard to the killing and mur- across the corner of the wheat field der of Elijah Keyton, in Saline county, j and climbed the fence abodt the same Missouri, on Saturday evening. April place as f did going up. as near as I -.ml. A. l. lool. J was bom in Adair can recollect. I went around bark to county, Missouri, eight miles southeast dead. Mv mother died in June, 1S74. My father died on the 5th of April, 1SiS. 1 lived in Adair county until I was four years old. I went with my parents to Cedar county, Mo., and lived there until I was sixteen years old. J went hack to Adair county and lived there one year. I came to Saline county and will have been here four years next September. 3 was born on the 14th of September, 1S59. i com menced work for Mr. Keyton March 8th, 1S80, on his form in Saline county, near Arrow Rock. T worked for him up toSeptemlKir 27. LSiiO. I then went to work f...

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 January 1882

SED ALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. VOLUME 13. SEDALTA, MO., TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1882. NUMBER o2 White Goods. and plain MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. Check Nainsook. White and cream dot Swiss. Hamburgh and Swiss j edging, Tucking, Ruf-!?. fling, Torchon lace,: y India Linen, Sheetin Towels, Napk NOW We an- preyed to of IV r the trade j XKW YORK STOCK MARKET. I i Nkw Yokk, Jan. '21. 11 a. in. STACKS and STACKS ofGOOD3;fi-v, ES5?.rt j the cloing nrioe vcMcrdav. In earlv j At price that .such v.ords h th-alins the market recorded a decline of r in per cent., the I.Vnver & Rio i irande, I Drives and bargains iUv:iiiiii- MKhi-tn cvmr:d :tna 3 t preferred, being mo3t prominent in the : Would hardlv convey the right downward uiov.-ui-ut. ' meaning. J !BY TELEGRAPH The Kentucky Murder Case. Killed With an Axe THE ASSASSINS SPEECH. tm": ln( ,rnn, damaged their ease by ter, living nour tin.-? place, u . con tradietorv evidence. The defense dered with an axe in their h( DON'T FORGET. Xi:w Yokk, January '21. S...

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 January 1882

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1882. CUE SDNnY SBSMDN. We sermon iz.: u-ii.iy up-m the mnelul influences of polygamy Next to shivery, it lias been the .great blot upon the eseuleheou of oui country. It U the hjpiic of loo much Sir.r-nsft in the name of libertv. It is 1. In a cancer in the bodv politic. a&ttamed it vigorous growth because ?the government ha? dallied with and, j tW V T ' m - tin manv cases, h:is indirectly encour - aio-ed In its infancy we were tobl that it would die a natural death as soon as it cam. 3 within the pale of civilization. Bat it didn't die worth . r...:... ... ,i. ,.,....:.. ,. it Ceiil. VJVYIII" t IUC ti ijl r in ihi ... ... r ...... t M. & ' - 4 . .... irftvtrrilllllflll 1 1 J ill lt" I'll I lU'li omnion Hiraiust i.ne .uorm his in ALOI III Ml- 111 li.l nois, the citizens surrounding Nauvoo gathereii in their might one night, pillaged the settlement, and ruthlessly murdered many of the pdygimists. it was a cowardly way to rid soc...

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 January 1882

THE SEDALIA -WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1882. KOCKVILLE RAKING-S. Band Btone Quarry Location Fertile Soil New Railroad. Kockvii.lk, Jan. 14, 1352. Editok BA7X)0, I)hk Sik: As vour paper is published to interest "the. people now on earth," we presume it may be of inteicst to know thai' thoK? many huge block.s ol sand stone thai are being dailv transported bv rail, are cuarrkd at Kockyille. liates countv, Mis eouri ; that theses juarrie.H have been quietly developed bv the Kockville sand stone company, and the rock beig exten- fively used in the public and private buildings in Omaha, St. Joseph, Quincy, Kansas Lity and Hannibal. Ihe com pany sre now working a large force ol men and are placing steam machinery f hmiitintr nnri erivfinrr tlir .rimf r?iiv tri use at the quarries. The beautilul Tanated stone is found on the Shuman land, and worked by the Osage Vallev Stone companv, with a! lanre canital stock. ihis comnanv is preparing to work a large lorce ol me r 1 j . Bpecimefh...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 24 January 1882

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1882. SEDALIA BAZOO rtabliBher: J. WEST GOODWIN. -T"? Terms of Subscription. BY MAIL-POSTAGE FREE. i::-5'xiiag uixlay, jkt yvir z f0 ) Bu&arij" iinor., per ye:!- Wfcefcv..! number pel year. ... 1 fXij, "delivered in the city, per wk news w:ai.krs Siwcilarly e npplW-d :it 2 tvntrf per cf.py. All puWrtpti'in- ar iKiyahle in advene, dSftoauu&u! at the eud 01 time p:iil for. and HOW TO SEND MONKV. B-"MsiJUJiee may U made by dmftj ruoneT fni-r IT rcwtprd Nttter. an our ride, 'five M?utne t'Jdrwa In full, liicludinc tAU and cf unity, and tJir J. WESTGOOl'WIN, .Solatia, Mo WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY. JANUARY 24, SHOOT 'EM. On several occasion! the Bazoo ha paid its resjectH to the class of pre tended detectives which infects the t-ountry, and who never fail, for some reason or o.her, to put in an appear ance at Sedalia. And now, only. Friday, were arrested and lodged in Jail two crooks who claimed that they were detectives in ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 24 January 1882

5 Written for the -Sunday Morning Bazoo. MODERN COURTSHIP. BY JULIA. Young man and artless young maiden. He: "And wilt thou fairest maiden, 'Entwine with mine thy life, Make me divinely happy And be my own sweet wife? I cannot offer Jewels Nor much of worldly wealth, Bat these are yours, believe me, Pure hands, warm heart and health." She: "Why .sir ! why sir ! how dare you, I like you, it is true, Quite well enough to be your friend. But when my hand you sue My graciouH 1 'tis presuming ; Such impudence in rare. J thank you nir, but cannot live On hearts and empty air." Ynnnpr man rushes roun 1 the corner and drowns his sorrows in bologna sail- sage and the artless young inamen seis her trap for the next victim, this time old Money-bags. He: Sweet one your cheeks are rose.-, Your bright eyes match the stars Your hair outshines the glory, The gate of Heaven bans. PU give you lace and diamond, If you will wed with me, And "all that gold cad purchase From land or sighing sea. She: Why...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 24 January 1882

6 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1882. MR. CONROY. I He Is Subjected to the Indignity of Joying in Jail Six Months and Paying a Fine of $100. TPP nRTINKFN H ATTFR u,,KMl" bl,au,i,'ul Queen Oily of the! 1 look iiolf my linger for that's the casi- j CREMATION AT LEWIS. I ILU LrxUniYCn 1 1 J prajrit.s he jr;lVc an equally short am! sat- wt way to sell 'cm i. and told her it was A WH J41Q PA : isfactorv renlv. The L'ood-naturcd city ! boor mother that saw it to me when she i nniy t nrnrih.r hail ordered hi release iinon hiV died. :uid that I had promised on her death ! Mrs. Smith and Four Children , . - . I . .1 .. ...I. I.. .1....... J,... ili.it tl.f. iK. . Iikal I t iieVil- li'irl H'ltli if If rlittfiri.fi T..-r -A-Tinf Vi lll.llllll" X --iIVUIII liu-vim in.ifc .iv mil. -i . - .... ;i... i liiCVl LKJ JJCabil. lit t t it i. - - t . . i:i... i i .i... i . trt i . r OUllinfirS IlUIfl. lUC LilVCS Ul..ll!.lvnrtWnfo n-nine his vocation? that sucker. Sometimes I toll ein its...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 24 January 1882

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1882. M SENT BY EXPRESS. Minnie Tlarlnn was alone in the vrhi, hvr tuotiuM ju.-J Ihii'umI. She v:i. a Wmililul, lnv. n haired irirl with soft. hy eves of violet jrniy. and r.isv lip.-compressed t. a iiriiini ; far In-voinl her years. For after all ghe was -carceiv sewntoen, and so Djoeon ( Irav v:h telling her as he s it bv the tire spre:iilin.Lr his hnire hand! ver the blaze, and asked abruptly : ' it whit are v .11 sroiuir to do to earn ! vour o.s-n breai and board, my child'" j "I don't know I have thought j nvunma had an uncle living in New York, who " ; "Yes, ves I've heard of him he was m id 'cause your mother didn't marry just exactly to suit him, wasn't lie : Minnie was silent. Djacon Gray waile 1 a few moments, Imping she v,ould admit him to her secret medita- tions but she ilM not. and the dea-! on went away home to tell his wiie 'hai "that H.irl m girl v.i the very nieersi creetur he had ever come In the meantime Minnie was b...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 24 January 1882

8 THE SEP ALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1882. HAMBURG D E Cotton Trimmings and Laces. ''lie thankful thru the sun and moon J Are both hung up so high, ! That no presumption hand can reach And pluck them from the sky. 11 they were not, there is no doubt rsome scientific wight I Would pull them down and in their place, I Put the electric light." The postmaster at Dresden, has a let-j ter addressed to John I. Vet, who wns ' executes! at Boonville, Mo., May 10, 1S79. he writer to the Bazoo to know where he he reached. Damfmo, hut would THE OVERCOAT. I I How Squire Webber Came to E-LIE PERKINS. . morning, and found her clucking that pe-1 jculiar cluck which a hen indulges in wh-n I sne n:ts become :t mother He looked nn-1 WE HAVE THE BEST Use Cuss Words Yes terday Morning. j The Great American Prevaricator !drW :m,s:tHtIu; !tlle aI,8al' - Q -u t X;tt lUtttor j:1 around. And the strangest part of ! Calls at the Bazoo Office and i the whole business was that the hen I Tells What ...

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 January 1882

SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. i VOLUME 13. SEDALIA, MO., TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, J 882. NUMBER 33. 4 White Goods. Check and plain Nainsook. White and cream dot; Swiss. Hamburgh and Swiss; edging, Tucking, Ruf-; fling, Torchon lace, India Linen, Sheetings, Towels, Napkins, Table! I !nnn onrl nmii onliorvo L.IH01I UIIU IIUVY UUIIUUO l t J j opened yesterday. j J m j TVr HI La y ' JsVi. Willw QQ WU. ! sissa wm w wr tr m , - . try T n TT f-v T v vr , G.U.MCiiA U Uliiilli; j L-llluil ailU liUVY I'UllUUo " 1 1 j 'U.Li. - " -T A!a-( - . fer-.e.w COFFINS, c.isKirrs, METALLIC ASS and ISUK1 AL IIOBELS KIGIIT OFFICE, Orders by mail and tuli'gniph promptly attended ta largest Stock of Furniture in the City. No. 1 1 CM'ftst Second St., MSd&wly. SKDAI.IA, 3IO. HOUSEHOLD HELPS. Rice Biscuitb. iit .-even ounces of ujjar, then :t(!i lu it h:df a und of tht bert ground rice, m-v u ouncts of butn-r. even ol Hour, and mix it into a j:Me, wiih two aie fcuilicit nt lor this quantity Plain Lemon Pudding. Quarter...

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 January 1882

f 2 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JANUAIiY 31, 1882'. m BOB ING-SRSOLIi. His B3autifalS?323'n attbo Grave of a Little Boy. Last Sunday, in lVaahinrton City, the bright little son oi Mr. Ge. O. Miller was buried. Among the mourners wu- the tumour Iufi lei, Bob Infers?)!!. He wus c.ilbnl upon for I ilnntes looking forajnb. They took j Obediah. over to a tall, limber tree and let him stand on a bronco pony while they tied a clothes line around his windpipe. 'Obediah, told them he wasn't much of a bareback rider, and didn'i ! know wlnlier he could do the trick or not. Thev siid the clothes line i over a limbaud hit the bronco a lick AN AFFECTING STORY. The Advice of a Shoemaker to an Editor and the Result Cherokee Cnmlv tVninmt. BRAVE BEAR. This Untutored Savage Will Ex piate His Crime on the Gallows. IRS. LY0I1 L WS&m, OFLYHN, MASS., One day an editor, hard at work i iiswitei to ( iiiopt THinim. rrvmii to W I f II 1 ft II I ft mine remark at the. grave and re The ; Kf a j Luue...

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. — 31 January 1882

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1882. A LOVERS' IDYL Journeying on the Wings of Love From a Barber Shop to an Iron Cell. How Sanford Bledsoe was Married to Melissa Hodges at Jefferson City. Busband No. 1 in the Poor House, ; and Melissa and No 2 in Jail. It was in the early nart of last week. nen a man ano woman iiauiug iiom m.u liitle burg known as Osage Citv. situaud j i i tit ' on the river bv - tnal name, aim oeiug .. i..,r,.. ,..,i rr,-;t. ; cik- ti.lv wen . .. i , i... i,.;.,i. ..V t.,ar,.'.,, ,,r'from the home of the did their persons bear the traces of culture i . ' mm - t ..;,. Imt im. v conntrv numokins. Jmt there - 1 . - . I'"'"l - . was Homething in tne eyes oi me man - .i . r i , rhieb TOl.D OF A KIUM KCSOI.VK and the eves of the woman, also, indicated that something was to be done that day ; whlebsbe $rtd not been in ihe habit of , I lv fa! Urarriv" "' the drearv citv on the hill thev looked around lor a jdaee where they could take a temptrarv shelter fr...

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. — 31 January 1882

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY. JANUARY 31, 1882. SEDALIA BAZOO cr kail postage free. IsHTt Including Sunday, per year.... $6 00 Sunday edition, per year. 2 50 1 00 15 "WeckJj, f2 numbers, per year.. Daily, deliver (J in the city, per week .... NEWS DEALEKS fiEgaTarly mnplitl at 2IS cents per copy. All rabscriptions :ire"jaytille in advance, unc iaoazLtim:ed at the end of time paid for. HOW TOSESD MONKY. Bcnsit tan rn.ij he mad' bv draft, money orun or rvsr.surt-t tetter, at our r:K. dive postofliti address ia lull, including stv- and eountv, aiu, adiL-ts .1. WIT f;0(DWf, WEEKLY BAZOO. TUED Y. J A NU UY ST. THE SCHOOL DIFFICULTIES The $edali& public schools wen created forthe use of the public in educating the children ami not for Ihe purposes of growls of parents h 3iave uncontrollable children. The session of the school board on jjFVid iv night was a stormy one mad o bv parents who came there to coin plain of leaehers ill treatment of their children. The occupation of teach...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 31 January 1882

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1882. OUR BOARDING HOUSE. Two Strangers Find Fault With the Food Set Be fore Them. They Demand Their Money Back, But are Not Suc cessful. TtG'ze m the Hocking Chair Saves the Landlord Prom Bodily Injury. Y .. nonr dinner time, and th cook Hits dipping the dishes in tvarni water pre paniort to wipim oil" the lumps -l meat, and btead, and lunmH and the remnant of H ck s nip and p ttent butter that hud nrctimiihitcd on the dnsiy plate-, sauct r and cups. The operation 1 cleaning the dishts was not performed by washing, but eimplv bv soaking them in warm wa'er and wiping them oil' with an old rag 1 here did not win to he a good reason fr doing thi. as "ashing them ciexn would not have caused more troub e, hm the or ders of the landlord, while he des'md the cook toex- rcise her ow n judgment in the m uter of frugal cooking, were imperative in ibis particular. . , , The cook w a-? soon through witn her cleaning process, and, such as thev wt-r...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 31 January 1882

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1882. 6 THE SOXG OF the DIRT. ELOPING ON HORSEB A 3K. GUITEAn MUST GO. "THE WORD. ii BACHELORS' ROOST. It's dirt, dirt, dirt. In gutter and p:ive and street, JLnd its dirt, dirt, dirt, Wherever wo turn our feet. We back from a river of tilth, That yawns both wide jind free, Only to'strike the sloppy edge Ol a boundless, filthy sea. We step from the curb to the flag, Au i seek a path thro' the flood We step on an aisle of murk, And sink to the knees in mud, Mocs pt 'cros all right The Red Sea way was clear ; Bnt what in the name of all that's foul, What chance would he have here? m . . 1 "Much alarm is lelt over the mysterious disaie:t ranee ol a brewer named Herman lisnpearance of a bre w er named Hu man j Conrad, who 1 It this city last 1 hurray . - l . 1 .1 M T l 'I' . i" . .. Dlglll lV Wie AI. J. e. 1. uaui mi with S2JI00 in money, which he proposed to invest in the brt wvry business at Sedalia. Kothing has been heard of him since hi...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 31 January 1882

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUAKY 31, 1882, y Y THE ASSASSIN'S DOOM. Judge Porter. Concludes His Speech to the Jury, Inter rupted, as Usual, by the Prisoner. Judge Cox Delivers His Charge to the Jury, Who Retire and Agree Upon a Ver dict of Guilty. The Terrible News to the As sassin Gives Rise to Expres sions of Applause and Approval by the Crowd. The Judge Thanks the Jury in the Name of the American People for the Prompt Discharge of Their Duty. Wnnhinpton. D. C, Jan. 25. As uFual Guiteau opened the proceeding of the court by announcimr : ".My sister has been doing some silly talk ing in Chicago. She means well, but she's no lawyer." Judge Porter immediately resumed his argument, and informed the jury that by the falling snow and the se verity of the weather, he had suf fered, and that undoubedly the jury also had suffered, and that he felt it necessary to vary somewhat from his original intentions, and trusted to the intelligence and honor of the jury to supply his defect...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 31 January 1882

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1882. 8 HftNtBUKG t UGlliliS I Cotton Trimmings and Laces. KIT IN BY EXPRESS. FINEST UNE IN THE Cm. AND IfcrecfthmtoEelcctfrcm Than an" Gihtr House. Wm. Curran 223 Ohio Street. WEEKLY 15 A ZOO. SEDA Li A, O.. jrrn ay, January ii. Weather Report. Correct il daily lor the Ra'oo by C. G. rvlor. llorohgist and Optician, No. Oio street, for I Ik twenty-four hours nd iag at 2 o'clock p. in.. January 2: 12. I:mK. I tiikij. i i:a u. I wi.nw. 1 wkatiiki:. 5 in 2 p. in p mi 22 20 1 i eloiJdV 2.):fil x fair cle r 24 i 2..S0 I N w Extreme -d 2CC BAZOO BUZZ. S. A. Wright lor --cuing machines. A man too drunk to give his nam-, was locked up ly Officer Joe Goa-age last night about hall p:sl Un. A Maryland exchange refers to Mr. Thos G. Forward, of Belair, that state, who was cured hy St. .Jacobs Oil of rheumatism. Kocheattr, (N. Y.) Sunday Morning Tribune. Mrs. Martin, whose troubles were briefly n lernd to in Friday's Bazoo, was fine d $10 by J ustic...

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