Daily Democrat, Sedalia Missouri
|Daily Democrat, Sedalia Missouri Feb 27, 1874
Change of Railroad Officials
D. J. Hearn, Esq. late assistant cashier of the M. K. & T.
Railroad will leave for St. Louis on Monday next to assume superintedency
of the Gravois street railway of that city to which position he was
Mr. P. E. Fairbanks, Late Auditor of the M. K. & T. Railroad
has been promoted to comproller
L. B. Jackson, Esq., late cashier of the above road has been
promoted to the postion of Assistant treasurer.
These promotions are said to be well merited while the friends of the
gentlemen recognize in them railroad officials of much executive ability
and future promise.
|Daily Democrat, Sedalia Missouri May 24, 1872
Last night, the 23rd, at the residence of the bride's father in this
city, by Rev. Dr. Thrall, Mr. David J. Hearn to Miss Bettie Hughes.
|Daily Democrat, Sedalia Missouri December 17, 1872
New Livery Stable
Messrs. D. J. Hearn and Henry Hemphill under the firm name of D. J.
Hearn & Co, have recently opened a livery, feed and sale stable on
east Main street near the M. K. & T. Railroad. They have fifteen
horses well calculated for the business, adapted to buggy or saddle.
Although the epizoot, in its presence visitation, has not missed their
stock - the majority of their horses have nearly or quite recovered and
are now ready for use. With the already established popularity of Mr.
Hearn coupled with that of his latest partner, Mr. Hemphill, they can
scarcely fail to make thier business arrangement profitable for themselves
and satisfactory to thier customers. Don't forget to give Dave and Henry a
|Daily Democrat, Sedalia Missouri January 7, 1873
Taken up by D. J. Hearn & Co, living in Mt. Sterling township, in
Petts Co, Mo on the 24th day of December, 1872, one dark brown pony mare,
with white face right hind foot white and a little white on right fore
foot, shod in front about 9 years old, and 14 hands high appraised at $35
by J. P. Thatchor and William S Yankee, this 27t day of December 1872 a
true copy from my stray book. A. B. Thomas JP