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Old 04-12-2020, 04:20 PM
 
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St. Joseph Gazette July 7, 1875 Pg7

JAMES AND YOUNGER BROTHERS

The People Of Kentucky Fearing An Attack

Danville, Ky. Advocate---- From what is regarded as reliable information through newspapers, and from private sources, it is considered sufficiently well authenticated that the James and Younger brothers, from Missouri, with their band of outlaws, are now in this state, and for the past two weeks have been in Nelson and the adjoining counties. They are said to number from eight to fifteen, well mounted and armed, and probably mediate mischief of some kind.





John Gotti

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Old 04-13-2020, 04:19 AM
 
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Bride Arrested For Stolen Furs 1907

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The Weekly Graphic (Kirksville) August 31, 1883 Pg2

SEDUCER SHOT

Novelty, Mo., Aug 28.-- A man named Stewart shot another man named Tracy in Ten Mile township on Friday last week. It is said that Tracy seduced Stewart's sister. Tracy was working the road when Stewart rode up with a revolver and a shotgun.
He told the crowd to stand back as he was going to shoot Tracy. Tracy started to run when he was brought to the earth by the contents of the gun after which Stewart dismounted and fired two shots into his prostrate body. Stewart has not yet been arrested.
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Old 04-13-2020, 08:40 AM
 
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Henry Newton Brown

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Hoodoo Brown

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Old 04-13-2020, 11:49 AM
 
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One-Armed Chicken Thief 1930

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The Marble Hill Press June 29, 1911

Frank Turner shot and killed Robert Murrell, a Mississippi county farmer last Sunday. Objectionable attentions paid by Turner to Morrell's daughter led to the tragedy.
Murrell's wife was present at the murder. Turner and the girl fled. If the testimony at the coroner's inquest is true, capital punishment should be inflicted in this case.
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Old 04-13-2020, 03:58 PM
 
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Wood Hite

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The State Journal (Jefferson City) September 11, 1874 Pg3

Lester Shoup, a farmer living in the southwest, charged with manufacturing and dealing in tobacco without having procured license, plead guilty to the charge and was fined one dollar and sentenced to ten days in the county jail.
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Old 04-13-2020, 08:27 PM
 
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Fair Play (Ste. Genevieve) December 2, 1893

ACQUITTED OF MURDER CHARGE

One year ago John Bell was arrested, charged with the murder of S. Hayes in Pulaski county. The defendant applied to Judge Bland for bail, which was refused, and the case taken to the supreme court, where it was again refused.
A change of venue was taken from Pulaski county to Texas county. There were over 100 witnesses in attendance and the case was closely contested. After remaining out all night the jury returned a verdict of not guilty.





THE LEGEND OF JESSE JAMES IN RICHLAND COUNTY

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Old 04-14-2020, 05:19 AM
 
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The University Missourian (Columbia) December 4, 1912

ANOTHER CHARGE AGAINST THOMPSON

Another charge of healing the sick without license was brought against T.F. Thompson, chiropractor, today.




Outlaw Roy Gardner's Loot

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Old 04-14-2020, 09:52 AM
 
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The Weekly Intelligencer (Lexington, Mo) June 30, 1894 Pg2

The trial of E.C. Satley, cashier of the defunct Kansas City Safe Deposit Company, was commenced at Independence this week.
One of the jurors ate a cucumber for breakfast, and has been sick ever since. The jury was discharged, and the trial postponed till Monday, July 2.
It has been just one year since the bank closed for good, and Satley and Darragh may yet get a taste of justice.





The Morgan County Democrat (Versailles, Mo) August 18, 1905 Pg2

TWO CONCERNS LOSE MONEY

St. Louis, Aug 11.-- Within the last few days packages of currency aggregating $1,300 have disappeared from the offices of two big corporations, causing a profound flurry among the employees of both institutions.
The Merchants' Laclede National Bank is shy a package containing $800, and the Laclede Gaslight Company, one containing $500, from the Carondelet office. The theft has not yet been traced in either case.
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Old 04-14-2020, 03:19 PM
 
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Sold Another Man's Furniture 1947

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The Butler Weekly Times February 16, 1905 Pg3

CONVICT ALLOWED TO ATTEND FUNERAL

St. Louis, Feb 15.--- John Dolan, serving a term in the penitentiary in connection with the naturalization fraud exposures, was allowed to leave Jefferson City Saturday and attend the funeral of his mother, held here.
A deputy warden accompanied him.
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Old 04-14-2020, 08:02 PM
 
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On July 17, 1895, six prisoners tunneled out of the Livingston county jail at Chillicothe by removing a large flat rock in the jail floor and digging through the foundation. Two of the men are charged with larceny, two with burglary and two with felonious assault.





Thefts 1885

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