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Sedalia Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - March 21, 1874, Sedalia, Missouri MO SATURDAY EVENING MARCH NO 78 Threatening more rain Geo M Maverick has been pointed a notary The advance agents of the Great Eastern are in town to-day To-day tbe sun rose at six and will set at sir regardless of consequences The several churches will be open for divine service to-morrow A fierce hail storm raged to the north and east of us ou last day night As as weather permits the track of the Mo Pacific is to be ly improved Coal sells at Lexington at 9 cents at Jefferson City at 13 cents and at Sedalia at 20 A new crossing is being put m at the corner of Kentucky and Main It is badly needed Mr Louis G Addor jeweller in Block has just received a splendid new gate Tbe country around Springe Is said to be deserted by those wba resided there before the late troubles Eggs can be bought nt the in the next county Morgan at five cents per dozen and butter nt cents a pound Is toe editor of the Missouri er cross-eyed Hii standing over a department reads Bogs and meaning we presume boys and girls She days shult thou labor and night must get shaved awl buy your fresh meat For neither the barber he butcher nor any of their relations ill keep open on Sunday A St Louis reporter has been showing a pettis county man through an artist's studio m Louis and puts the most heathenish into Hlx mouth People from talk from tho palate Mr Dispatch To-day is the anniversary of St Benedict He was born in Umbria about 480 fetit to school at Rome He founded the order of the Monks of St Benedict and died in 543 at the age of 63 years He Is said to have performed a number of extraordinary wonders and cures It would be a pleasure for us to relate some interesting an- about him is so long inee we went to school together we forgotten Thr following were Mcrod at the Ives J A Barnard Mo Pacific ft A Mo Geo Fields Mo Pacific J 8 Atkins Pettis county H P White City M R Hall St Louis W H Hatch nibal J W Barrett do General Mr Stevena Trite gentleman aod family have arrived and will preach in to-morrow at the usual Pacific We regret to learn that the shops of the Pacific company at St Louis burned last evening We kindly suggest to the company that when the are to be rebuilt is the proper place for location We shall have more to ear on this hereafter In the mean time let the company about locating the remainder of the at this place White T Mitte K Taliafero M Willis Wm Bond York H W Alfred do H W Ardinger Texas John C Maxwell New York Ben Tomta Milwaukee A wagon was driven up m front of one of our this ing loaded with upon which were affixed the necessary revenue now required by Sam When the driver went inside one ot street educated who had been gazing at the stamps went up to the for a closer inspection The green ink took her eye and re- minded her bf spring She licking the stamps and had demolished four of them when the driver made his appearance He gated for a moment at the cow with fury depicted in hia ling and broke oat HeK Dot or dot mit dcm stamps I never four gone mit dot cow and she's kilt mit de green ink dot makes fer Wry ache mit right away 1 Ha yer taw And away happy with revenge fnr the meeting the ical Association will to the Library on Monday 23d inst at 2 p m W CWo Bound Route and Machine Shops Burn ad We learn that a broke out la the round bouse of the Missouri R B Co iu Bt Louis tbat building and the machine shops The originated at and destroyed three tives badly injured another and a vast amount of property was lost though the is not yet known The above is all that could obtain ed up to going to We record a remarkable manifestation furnished by a of this county A Bret view it may erent but when the high char acter of the writer is considered n man will question its propriety is a in its way but ou readers will bear iu mind tbat it wa written from a mortal The allegory is a very one and we hope its lessons may no be lost THE NEW Another Metropolitan Two Salina County This sterling Democratic paper hu enlarged to a nine column Jour nal and is one of our larges weekly exchanges There is an in Independent get up about thi that we like Democratic bu not blind but not honest in Its demands upon its on- party and uncompromising iu it arraignments of the frauds and cor of the enemies of the Dem ocracy it forms our beau ideal of tin faithful on the of We wish it increased usefulness and increased success The different pastors of the preach ia churche to-morrow morn ing at the usual hour At half past three o'clock there i to be another general gathering of the Sabbath at the First Presbyterian Church where singing and short will be the owler In the evening all denomination to unite tn a service Smith's Hall tlie Rev Dr is xi preach his closing sermon The of the different choirs are quested to take seats on the platform Col Hatch one of the prominent politicians was at the ves thin morning Mr one of the oldest railroad conductor In the West at the this morning Mr Wm of the H W aod Alfred Mitchell Directors of tbi same arrived in city this tog from an extended tour through hae been fort Capt A J by Scott to attend funeral of Cot child MM ie a sister of BMB Mr diaries 81 valU the Agent of made grand entree io our He wys will noon along and that it the rtut Boomt for Several good weH for rent tn the of tbe dty Inquire thie of- flee for I n Sedalia near the Railroad I- Menre Wilkenon A Wanner have thoroughly refitted and tbe Leet House and on Monday next will throw open to the age of the traveling public and our generally the above tion under tbe title of the New dell We had tbe pleasure of going through the hotel this morning and found It furnished magnificently throughout in the and comfortable manner Tbe and stairways are all newly carpeted the rooms freshly painted and and the entire building fitted up in the most complete ner and supplied with every comfort that can be purchased The table will be under the management of Wilkerson whose long and well known reputation is a sufficient antee of iU excellence Everything the market affords wilt be furnished and prepared in the highest style of the culinary art The beds and sleeping apartments will be to those generally found and the upholstering of the very best description A OMNIBUS will run in connection with the deil to and from ail the depots and no charge will be made to ito No liquor will ta sold or kept upon the premises will be dated at per day regular day boarding procured at per week The eligible location be- close to the principal depot and at the time convenient to the portion of the city make it peculiarly adapted to the comfort of men and the well known enterprise of young can not to mako the New Lindell a paying and popular institution We commend this hotel to the of our readers aud the ing public Many a Bto The Inid plans mice gang aft aglee of men atui So faid the poet and subsequent have demonstrated the truth of the of Mr Burba assertion A young man m this city became acquainted with M young woman of rather feat and paid hit attentions to her with a sincerity that was to own template Finally she to become and day were to be married tie furnished Her matey to supply aer wants with that which only upon the marriage She availed herself of the chance and purchased a ber of articles which she needed for comfort At last ali was ready and she only needed a veil to the bridal outfit He gave her tbe money and agreed to wait at he office until she returned with ler purchase when they would ceed to minister and ba married The happy Impatiently for intended minutes grew to bourn and vra to first he on one ool and then on then he be- gan to think over all tbe interesting lie ever still no wife night drew on he began to think tbat eilsi must hare got scarce and hard o find perhaps she bad met a friend wrad venture sire WM taken Rick At nine o'clock however the fact ed upon him that there much of hta getting married tbat and that women who go after are and a wiare He one long lingering look In the bwl and ben walke 1 and meditatively TlH From the Field A of the Oar M A Fyke Esq who arrived direct from coe late yesterday even log a ef tbe affair He had a coo the whose name Ailed aod from teamed briefly tbe follow ing particulars The Younger boys Jim and John were At the house of Owen Snuffer about two miles from Roscoe when Allen Daniels and the St Louis de- rode up and enquired for some place iu the neighborhood They then rode off and Immediately the two Younger brothers came out got on their horses and started after them In a few minutes the two squads were close to each Jim and Younger leveled shot guns at the Allen posse and ed them to surrender Allen and Daniels who rode side by side alternative but to die ut render dropped revolvers in tbe road had two which they threw down The St Lotris man was a little in advance and it is not said whether he dropped his pistol or not though it is Jim Younger then dismounted to pick vip the tols remarking that they were damned nice and they would have to take them under circumstances etc While this wag transpiring Allen watched his and drew a small Smith Wesson pistol his pocket and fired on John Younger who stood guard The shot a futal one the ball penetrating Younger's throat ami neck just above the breast bone Before falling however John Younger returned the fire with hK shot gun sending a load of shot through Allen's left arm John then fell from his horse dead At the crack of the pistol Jim Younger shot Daniels Allen also re- a pistol shot through left side which inflicted a very painful if not dangerous wound Allen when shot the arm was so disabled that he the bridle reins and his horse ran The of The De- The is the most full and most accurate account of the death of Whicher the murdered detective as related to the St Louis There arrived at the office of the Company last night sexangular box the length and width of which was ominous of its mournful The tion Allan Chicago was suggestive and the gestion was borne out by the facts that the confined body was that of the murdered met his death at the hands of notorious James brothers while engaged in tracking them to their holes for the er bringing them to r the late Gad's Hill robbery Inquiry developed the fact that the was in charge of L E Angell one of Pinkerton's men who had just arrived from Clay county in which the James boys live Mr Angell was interviewed by a Globe reporter and as follows In the first place Whicher went to Liberty he had traced the James joys there from Gad's Hill to take up his headquarters from which fo work np the case against them When he got there and that they lived in Clay county and he WHS on tho right track he became anxious to the capture as as possible He then to go right to them or at least go to their house Perhaps liia intention to go to work or to down in that at any rate and so their paths through the woods and and when they were at home FO n foice could man I am now prepared M wll the brand of more to retail dealers at St prices with are Ko 10 Ohio street dded retted out into the brush knocking him of against the limb of a tree Allen fell fainting to the ground and re- mained where he fell until assistance arrived and then he was conveyed to Roscoe At the oi the fight tbe Louts man put to his horse and fled turning up al unharmed After the deadly conflict Jim Younger took 4 look at Daniels saw that be was dead and then went to his brother finding him also dead he took off his pistola watch and money and turning coolly from the scene he called to some negroes whp chanced to be near by and who the fight he threw a revolver and told them to ace that John has decent then mounted hia horse And left Thus ended the deadly conflict with the Younger boys men who have repeatedly never to be taken afire who charged with bank robbery train robbery and almost every species of crime who have Wen outlawed in this and other and over whose head hangs thousands of reward The reward was a tempting bait to detectives nut to obtain it has so far proven both hazardous and costly A Chicago detective has won the first John there are two others Cole and it re- mains to be seen who will be the to step forward pnd daring hand take them As stated Alien lies badly wounded with of his He rather a large man features recovery and it is the moat accomplish whatever he That be w a man of nerve been folly by hid conduct in affair THEM thai inis very hat he had more money about him than it prudent to have carried under the circumstances So be went to a banker Mr of National Savings Bunk of Liberty and deposited his money Ho con- cluded that he would reveal his to the banker its far as wa ry and told Adkins privately that he wanted to find the brothers The banker is a reliable eld citizen and gave him the tions says ho to Whicher they will kill you they are danger people and you want to keep away from there HP fearless and anxious to accomplish his work and insisted tbat he should go The told him that he would duce him to the Sheriff who knew them personally ami was almost equally interested in their capture to which Whicher finally acceded tie Introduced Whicher to the ff they went into the bankers back room where they had a talk and lie Sheriff reiterated the advice of the banker told him that he would jet himself into trouble and said the old woman will kill you if the boys don't Whicher persisted in determination and the sheriff showed him how to get to the place and gave him a description of the and how to get to their place boys lived seven miles irom Liberty and be the care Liberty to Kearney He left p m it waa a freight ruin and run slow and they got to Kearney about dusk he brought hi to CHy thousand id taillion ft CMM from Silver City New Mexico and billed for New cut boat loose He wtt perfectly cooL and did not manifest the lean fear The body waa taken by the ner of the county and brought to Independence and buried where I found it How do suppose it was he waa found out asked the The Sheriff toW the boys were not at honj and so he did not expect to find them there He was roughly dressed but he got there they must noticed that he waa a sharp low and they probably took no no- tice of hu soft and when searched him and a re- volver with no papers nor anything else about him to show who he was they must have tumbled to him or if they didn't that sharp old mother of theirs did Do you suppose anybody gave him away to the James boys It is the common talk down there around and about Liberty that that waa done by the Sheriff He old friend of in rebel army with them where be lost an arm and was born brought up and went to school with them You needn't say that but that's what erybody down and says Friday they rode on horseback into Kearney and threatened two or three citizens to stop their talking about their the James doing the robbery Everybody rouud there is afraid of them The people there that who ride through town flourishing and James boys have established a soi t of the country This very has kept away emigration bus dered business flat and the people of the whole county breathe easier if the James boys were put out of the nay But they have a gieat ninny friends They established the of robbing the rich to give to the poor and when they have money they iling it around generously When they make a big capture they don't look but and a pi cat deal of it in New Orleans Mobile going out to or San Francisco ami gamble it away Live Stock Market The ami at the stock our tut 21 hogi 111 horw 44 Cuttle hS 273 sheep 166 John 1 head of averaging at 50 of 4 a T H Smith of K Nicholson nt lie yardi this morning Newton of Uo have at tho finest lot of ever seen in UIH The lot numbers 111 ana average 352 They ffd at Whig March Messrs Newton the above at yesterday realizing a very profit They were the lot of Mensra Cole and Gentry mention of made Jn thh paper California a pigeon nance which the city council lessly The a general of The paper mill at iio been of Mr H O by Mr H C Hugleman of Cape and will will tie ted into a mill and put into operation early this coming Redaction In Price of Flour A are selling the flour as The Eureka This XXX has no superior iu this XX XXXX XXX And all other In their line at lowest market them Call and until about S o'clock in the morning when you probably now he taken the Blue ferry guarded by three own who took him and shot him at the of three The men told the ferrymen that they were in barge of a horae thief and wanted to after another in number 01 day ten county If he did not I can be at No srt anil row them they 10 Ohio Vei near Lota for H large and cheap lots for tale B round houw IV
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