Sedalia Daily Democrat, March 21, 1874

Sedalia Daily Democrat

March 21, 1874

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Issue date: Saturday, March 21, 1874

Pages available: 4

Previous edition: Friday, March 20, 1874

Next edition: Monday, March 23, 1874

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Publication name: Sedalia Daily Democrat

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Years available: 1874 - 1998

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Sedalia Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - March 21, 1874, Sedalia, Missouri VOLJLft- 8EDALIA, MO, SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH NO. 78. Threatening more rain. Geo. M. Maverick has been ap- pointed a notary. The advance agents of the Great Eastern Clrctw 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 serviae service to-morrow. A fierce hail storm raged to the north and east of us ou last Wednes- day night. As POOU as weather permits, the track of the Mo. Pacific is to be great- 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 t'oiter's Block, has just received a splendid new gate. Tbe country around Monegaw Springe Is said to be deserted by those wba resided there before the late troubles. Eggs can be bought nt the {arms in the next county, Morgan, at five cents per dozen, and butter nt fifteei cents a pound. Is (toe editor of the Missouri Farm- er cross-eyed Hii standing over a department reads "Bogs and meaning, we presume, "boys and girls." She days shult thou labor, and to- 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 8t. Louis, and puts the most heathenish ]mgo into Hlx mouth. People from Pettia talk fqtiaro 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 mirac- ulous cures. It would be a pleasure for us to relate some interesting an- ecdotes about him, btit4t is so long "inee we went to school together, we luivc forgotten thctn. Thr following were rpg- Mcrod at the Ives morning: J. A. Barnard, Mo. Pacific; ft. A. ClnrK, Mo. Paeifie; Geo. Fields, Mo. Pacific; J. 8, Atkins, Pettis county; H. P. White, Kftwuu City; M, R Hall, St. Louis; W. H. Hatch, Han- nibal J. W. Barrett, do; General Mr. Stevena. Trite gentleman aod family have arrived, and will preach in Metbodtat to-morrow at the usual hour1. Pacific We regret to learn that the shops of the Pacific Kailroad company at St. Louis burned last evening. We kindly suggest to the company that when the ahopti are to be rebuilt, Bcdalia is the proper place for tbeir location. We shall have more to ear on this ntbjevt hereafter. In the mean time let the company about locating the remainder of the at this place. White, Atehison; T. Mitte, mi Di-.u Nicholson, nt Puyuon, svcre -at (lie yardi this morning. Newton of HcdnltA, "Uo. have at tho finest lot of oheep ever seen in UIH oitv. The lot numbers 111, ana average 352 !bs. They ffd at Q'lincy Whig, March ISUt. Messrs, Newton the tneutlotic'd above, at yesterday, realizing a very fnfr profit. They were the lot of Mensra. Cole and Gentry, mention of wbleli made Jn thh paper California wanU a pigeon onli- nance, which the city council shame- lessly The Domocial a general of J'igeon The paper mill at. Calfornia, iio., been twught of Mr. H. O. Fink- by Mr. H. C. Hugleman, of Cape Girordeau, and will will tie conver- ted into a Wwlen mill and put into operation early this coming isiU. Redaction In Price of Flour. Malttiy A are selling the Wnr- reiuburg flour as The Eureka This brikud naarkat. XXX has no superior iu this XX XXXX W.75 XXX fl.25 And all other ffxuln In their line at lowest market them. Call and >f htm until about S o'clock in the morning, when, you probably ;now, he taken acrora 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 thev wanted to after another in Jack- number 01 day ______ ten county, If he did not I can be acomnnxlated at Kwunrs, No. srt anil row them acrow they wouM '10, Ohio rtreet, fSPAPEfcf Vei near Lota for H large and cheap lots for tale B Patific round houw. marchll-dtf. IV ;

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