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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 5 June 1877

- - &85mBBmmanWimHaBBRaanemmmmwmepmemmmmMs i. WEEKtY BAZOO. sis "iiOALiA Weekly Bazoo. 'Wnieatfe. "."-"." -ice CMtWt frvijr SaViflaatyi 'TERMS OF WEEKLY: eyear. tic - .sBmmzemrhmrhmBmrhmVmm. - nBSSSSSnxUSSSSnswaaaaaaaaaaaaaj aanaff9smM(EBanl MmaannnnR VOLUME IX. SEDALIA, MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 5, 1877. 33518 NUMBER 1. i Ifl. amVs-wal - lifa ftj ia F HMV enasyWCnnm aWJB nBBSU) .AsmwtanPy. Tift ftj JL IfjMai awamaup. aWeB ani PTOwll SOTIVK AH adeertmmenU end local notion that are imttrttd in tkU paper, if net erprcufy agreed anon uc ta hk ume to me pmowma, are inxnca (tf) "tSl ferhid," and charged ten oca a line men imeerUm, tiH ordered omi. For tkt Sunday enfaea fykvn earn per line u charged. Weather Report. Corrected daHjr tor the Bazoo by C. G. Taylor, Horologist and Optician, No. 9 CHiio street, for the twenty-four hours end ing at 2 o'clock p. nx. Jane 2. 1877. TIME. THKR. BAH. WIND. WEATHER 8 a.m 2 p.m. 8 p. m. 74 70 68 j 29:37 29:32 1 29-JS9 KW 8E clear hazy rain Mo...

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. — 5 June 1877

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY. JUNE 5, 1877. WEEKLY BAZOO. With this issue, the Week ly Bazoo commeucea the XIXTH volume. To a much greater degree than any other journal ever published in Sed&lia, it has been a faithful mir ror of the social and business interests of the community. Springing into life at a time when a newspaper ex periment was a precarious adventure, it caught the current of public opinion and has been watted by it into unex ampled success. Closely identified with the growth and prosperity of the city in which it is published, it has risen in the scale of influence and pop ularity as steadily as the town has grown, it cast its lortune witn a gen erous and appreciative people, who noted its efforts to be a faithful expo nent of every social and material in terest, and rewarded its exertions by a partiality which commands its grati tude and elicits its enduring fidelity. It will not be considered out of place in an article like this to say that the Bazoo has grown...

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. — 5 June 1877

in a Tight Tarkiik Jatprit de Corpe War like Teelinc in Serria. London, May 29. The Tme Rutoclmk corrMMaJct writes as follows: The treaty oM thousand troops of this garrison are the perfection of soldiers. They are browa. open faced, big shouldered fellows, perfectly resigned to any fate Allah may have ia store tor them. With perfect faith ia the Bankrupt Government, for the Chief of which they shoot aad salaam every evening at sunset. ajt rsciwKXT. A correspondent explains an incident recently reported from Constantinople about the British Consul striking a Tukih otlcer. It seems that the correspondent with one companion crossed in a small boat from Giurgevo, and were arretted by Turkish naval omcers. Tliey were seriously treated by the Moslem mob. The Consul came to his rescue and pushed a captain out of the way, when the latter tried to atop him. The correspondent thinks the Counsel's vigorous measures alone preven ted them from being thrown into the Dan ube by the mob. don't wan...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 5 June 1877

PaSHIOHS OF THIS IJAICV A Chat with the Ladies, About What to Wnt and Eow to Wmr It. "What i ws in Itouiondoml" is l-eeomin the j ..oero. for the true mode for -ring M real tied nrxin. and one innt look abont tnera twice IO find anything jnst now tliat is really new It fefullearlvfor tissue, games, nu nn-ui- aphanouo material", still they are already .to he found in countless array at aU of our Urge empo rium". There are many new fabric ; many old ones re vived under new names. We have balyoriues, that old-time fashionable fjbnc, of which one might tiiebut never wear out, Then there are grenadines, with a lovely fret-work of brocade over either is silk or velvet, whose beauties can only appreciated when seen. Among the thin goods for the million, we believe all will hail with joy the return to the fashionable market ot the dotted and flgutvd awisu, which, within our memory, has eeB looked upon as tlw chiefet id beauty aad utility of all guaxy fabric-. This season, these sheer muflin...

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. — 12 June 1877

DAILY BAZOO SuMithcj tmy cvcaing (Saturdays excepted), ud oa Sjodijr Morning, by J. WEST GOODWIN. TERMS OP DAILY: til months, . . . c cc Vlirered, and payaUc to carrier trery Satnrdjy, 25 sta. - IOC TERMS or weekly: One year. Si t " Wkmo blmectk not Aw own Box, Themmeiballnotbe blowup yoncK JIN nif.i.i' l.t -it-j huaiedim thin vajxr. if no( rroreWt oorwrf . .. - - . ' ... . . eadk vmrtirn, till ordered out. For tie Snndav uuum iween ceu per tme u tnargca. TO BTJBSCRIBJERS we have adopted and w:Il strictly adhere to the followiag roles : All subscriptioBs for the Weekly Bazoo must be paid for in advance. All papers will be pronptlr stopped upon the expiration of the subscription, unless notification of renewal, accompanied by the cash, is received previous to such expire tion. The time of expiration is printed with each direction, and subscribers may rest as eared that the paper will be promptly stopped at that date. The Black sea is the only white spot on the war maps. Flat creek ha...

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. — 12 June 1877

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDAL1A TUESDAY. JUKE 12, 1877. Two more missions for Ohio. The Eastern market is ruling quiet Free markets ought to bring cheap beef. Competition in all things is the life of trade. YesterdwaTthe" Pope7 Golden Jubilee. Grant is having a time abroad. very pleasant RUing barometer and Jailing teni ncrature. Ailer all, there may be peace in Europe yet. There is a possibility of settled weather again. Missouri has the best credit of any State in the Union. t :. UmrA tn tpll whether it will end in rain or sunshine. The council did a wise thing in breaking down the market limits. Th Lieutenant General outranks all other army officers in the matter of twins. The market house might be rented to the brass band, if they can't find any other use for it. Mr. Evarts is shortly toavov a new commercial policy, of which Free Trade will be a prominent feature. We expect to see the Street Com missioner with his mules and red wagon on dress parade in a lew days. "Home is where the heart...

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. — 12 June 1877

BOTJaTD ABOUT. Bme in AainMinor- Beported Defeat of the Turka What the Csar Says About an In- i of Territory. Nine churches m Pleasant Hill. A tows ball wanted in Columbia. Only two criminal in the Cam couaty New Yokk, Jane 5. A special froai Bustchak says the Turks took possession of the height is the rear of Ginrgeve and opened ire en the enemy this morning. The aim and accuracy of the Turkish fire was remarkable. Three boat were de stroyed by it, aad it seeaui evident that they have some guaaersol other than Turk ish extraction directing their cannons. No Romas nifoawiH atade. A TURKISH DEFEAT. There was a battle to-day near Maljat, lasting several hours. The Turks were de feated, aad lost 00 men. The Montene grin' losses are aot yet ascertained. THE CZAR'S DEMAND. A Loadoa apacial aays n dispatch from St. Petersburg aays that Priace Gortscha kosTs aote to Lord Derby, of which Count Scoawaloi is the bearer, states that the Gnu-doss not want any territorial increase in Europe, bat...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 12 June 1877

- Tfcg Vwane feff tfc M1tt aa the Hat is aaaamtj Eoand. From the Wsc (Tex.) Sews. A -News reporter treat to chnrch yesterday (yemmr reporter sometimes go to charch), Mi'theawe ef the Hirer, as the hat was Bamiag round," teiag micIi un" usaalsoaad la his em, called fortk all the poetry of hie. nature, aad the following pee ia the mult: Sow we low our little city By the ruddy Brum stream, Aad taeecbo of its praises Is to us a'channiag theme. For ao people more enlightened Or more generous is found, ABd tbey altrayschink tbe silver Wbea the tat is parsing round. We are building hsBdsome churches- Aad we keep the Sabbath d Aud ear people. ood sad pons, Often meet to sing and pray We have aaeay costly orgaas Bat tbey yield bo sweeter sound. Than the mnsic of the silver As tae bat is ;-ssiag round. We bare seea the youth and auudrn Come worship with tbe rest. She would look so sweet aad smiling, Wkile be looked supremely West, We hare heard them laugh and giggle Id the church !- naughty s...

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. — 19 June 1877

DAltYBAZbO fciMirful cverjr cvcmiet (Sttmiay excepted), x& oa suaf Morning, by J. WEST GOODWIN. TERMS OP DAILY: eacrear,yauil,(iraraace), liooc MMU, ... r OC tKMMk, " " ... IOC fciivrftrf, mU parable to carrier ererjr Sainrdir. 35 TERMS OF WEEKLY: The type-us fever is printers. not fatal to Border raffia n km belongs to the out skirts of civilization. Incessant rains have always a damp ening effect oo enthusiasm. The Emperor of Germany wears eighty-eight decorations on gala days. Flour is more refined than meal. Wheat has a head on it while corn is all ears. ' The thermometers are very aspiring and have a peculiar way of getting up in the world. Sedalia is notiull of christians, but ; christians have been seen "full" in the place. The reporters always do a dashing bastnees when they report profane speeches. Prath is pronounced in rhyme with toot. This comes of an educational iasti-tooL When a financial reporter says that money is easy, he means that is easier to spend it than it...

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. — 19 June 1877

WEEKLY BAZOO. SBDALIA TUESDAY. JUKE 19. 1877. Grant it the British lion. The aerenteea year locusts are com ing again. jTm the Fourth, of July question been settled yet? We don't hear much vice reform of late. ot Civil Ser ine Canadian pilgrims are safely fcound in Home at last. The Fenians are preparing to advantage of any opportunity. take The Montenegrins are said to be the pluckiest people in the East Great.fears are entertained of a ter rible overflow in the lower Mississippi. These late storms have made the lightning rod man as numerous as flies in August. New York wants ten millions of sil ver currency. A less amount would do Sedalia. It is an itemleas endeavor to look for State news on the patent outside of an exchange. The war maps are singularly desti tute of trees. Where do the the offi cers find shelter in battle ? The debt of Franklin county is four teen and one-half per cent, of the tax able wealth of the county. There was no council last night. Two successive nighis o...

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. — 19 June 1877

the tjlaim wmscnma. HI WAJTTBD A DIYOBCB. mi WOTS OOTJUJT A GXiXAT FLOOD. nil ALK FICKPOCXXTS. HX HAD A BOAT. WABRIWI. Swept Froam the of taeSnrn Thoaeande of Urea LNt, ud Million in Destroyed A Graphic of he Hitr- Rending , m o. . New lORK. June Jl. inemar anu tti i . n . .1... 1.... rr ? details of the disaster and destruction caused oa the South Pacific coast by the earthaaake aad tide wave of May 9. The towns ot Arica, Iquique, Porte de Habos, Babel lea, Depica, Chanavaya, Huanills, Tocopila, Cobija, Mejillones, De Bolivia, Antafaguta and ChaBaralal are nearly al destroyed. About 000 lives were lost The destruction of property is estimated at $20,000,000, confined mostly to the coast although the town of Tarapaco. twentv- three leagues inland, and the villages of Pioa, Mstiila and Caachall, far in the in terior, are more or les ruined. The ship ping af guaao for Southern deposits will be indefinitely annpended. an all facilities ia the way of launches chute, wharves, aratar cond...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 19 June 1877

VaSHXOITS OF THX SEASON. A Chat with the ladies, About What to. Wear and How to We It. Eyerybody is hieing .way to cool placet "nd .hidy retreata. TIh heat ha cone upon ns so arlv that wo arc found all unprepared ior 11. A few suggestions regnnling cool tlresses for home weir and inland truel will wot, wo appre hend, be amiss. LoT4r wrappers of white French lawn, were described lat Trek. Something more elaborate i made of sheer while lawn, over colored lawn or oreandic. One which we liave favored rmieh was made over sheer I4ue aura thin bein made in a nile ratcly fiUed prinecssc, arid quite ax long a-" the wrapper, with its flowing tram. The white was made a marguerite, ho often mentioned in the "cliat." The fronts each of hem inula broad inserting ofsmyrna uuder mhieh was rim a blue i.boon the exact h ilth. Tlie nacelles on the front were ornamented the same, with an edge of Smyr na. The lck, where attached to the marguerite frrms, was edged with Smyrna. nnl after lieiug pleated to...

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. — 26 June 1877

WEEKLY BAZOO. Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily paper in the city, an- vteiisively read throughout the central ortion of the State, by business men, am? .aching all classes, it offers inducement; o advertisers as the best medium through which to reach the public BATES OF ADVERTISING. DAILY BAZOO: One square, one insertion $ 7 " three " one weefe - 1 oC ,.. 2 50 WEEKLY BAZOO: One square, or less, one inversion $1 25 Each subsequent insertion 75 3ne square one time, dailv a weekly.. 1 75 J. WEST GOODWIN, Editor and Frcprietot VOLUME IX. SEDALIA, MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 26, IS77. NUMBER 4. TKKMs OK On.? yvar, SUNDAY aCOKXtXO BAZOO: $2o(J GENTILE OR JEW. It was to be hoped that the era o persecution for religion's .sake hai passed away that the memory of it would live as a warning the intaii;i We relict of an ignorant ai.d harhar ous age. justified neither ly the pre cents of eiiH"htetied'iiclv or the dic tates of humanity. It has hern claimed that such a spirit ...

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. — 26 June 1877

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY, JUNE 2C, 1877. It is fortunate the farmers are done planting. Unsettled weather seems to be a set tled thing. Merchants reaped a golden harvest yesterday. Packard has gone North to inter view Blaine. Affairs are getting quiet again on the Rio Grande. The circus has gone and the small boy is unhappy. The Southwest narrow guage pro ject is very apt to prove a success. Gas can be made out of saw dust. This knocks the stuffing out of dolls. Positive hot, comparative hotter, superlative the worst of the season. What makes the Danube so pleasant to the Russians is, they don't cross it. A tight money market would make Mr. Sherman's four per scent smell to heaven. The Czar's army is not slow in cross ing the Danube. How could it be when its ru3hin'? When the rural rooster went to the Hot Springs the management of his paper went to the devil. Cambridge is going to make Ruth erford a Doctor of Laws. That's more than the people did, any way. The heart of Blaine h...

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. — 26 June 1877

A TOUCH Or SOKAHCK. A Well-to-do Husband Find Hii Absconding Wife in a Sedalia Hotel, Working as a Servant Girl Another Woman in the Case. About two week a woman called at the Leroy House. seeking employment as waiter in the dining room. She wan em ployed by Mr Barrett, the proprietor of the hotel, and she remained until laM Sat urday, when her husband came and took her away, claiming thai she had deserted him in St. Louis, taking with her a little child about two years old. She staled to Mr. Barrett, however, that they were liv ing in St. Louis very ieaceahly, but another woman won her husband away from her, and THEY RUN OFF together. She then packed up all of her worldly effect, and taking her little child, started out to Keek a living for herself. She took the child to her uncle's, near Marshall, Saline county, where she left it, and came to Sedalia to seek employment. Last Sat urday, a man registering himself as Sam uel X. Matthews, stopped at the Leroy House, claiming to be THE...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 26 June 1877

FAMILIAR VOICES. Dotd in the deep, np in the sky, I see them always, far or nigh. And I shall see them till I die The old familiar faces. Tliey have long forgotten mine But I remember, every line. The old familiar faces. Ah! nothing e'er replaces The old familiar face. And all day long, so close and near, As in a mystic dream 1 hear Their gentle accents kind and dear The old familiar voices. They have no sound that I can reach But silence sweeter is titan s-e-h ; The old familiar voices ! Nothing tny heart rejoices Like the old familiar voice-. fashions of the season. A Chat with the Iadies. About What to Wear and How to Wear It. The irnrm weather of summer has mi-kl sprung upon us. People are leaving the chic by the hundreds, and manv take them-elves to tin summer resorts of fashion, where life is made up tf dressing, eatiiicdlivimrantl tlaucmc. Ladies who choose the extreme of fashion en deavor to appear in the same dress but seldom ; and the constant anxiety lor novelties really ...

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. — 3 July 1877

Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily paper in the dry, an' xtiit-ively read throughout the central rtion of the State, by business men, anJ i aching all clxc?, it offers inducement ' advertiser as the best medium through vhich to reach the public. BATES OF ADVERTISING. DAILY BAZOO: One square, one insertion.. ........... " three " .. 1 SC ' one WEEKLY BAZOO: One square, or lean, one inversion $1 25 Each subseuuent insertion 75 Dae square one time, daily weekly.. 1 75 volume IX. SEDALIA. MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 3, 1877. NUMBER 5. TKRMS OF SUNDAY KOSXISO BAZOO: One j war, - . . $ 5Q J. WJCST UUUJJW1J1, . Ed itor and Pre prietot WEEKLY BAZOO GRANGERS MEETING. The meeting of the Fettw comity Grangers, Thursday, to listen to an ad dress of the Gnmd Master of the Order, was, notwithstanding the pres sure of farm work, a large gathering of the most intelligent farmers in the count. Nor were they at all disap pointed in the purposes of the meet ing. The -address was, in...

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. — 3 July 1877

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY. JULY 3. 1877. It is just as easy to get out of jail as to get in it Prof. Booth keeps his scholars in the van, petten them. . A piece of a man's mind usually in cluds the whole of it. Sedalk's Female Seminary is to he known hereafter as a Collegiate Insti tute. The corn fields in this county are greener between the rows than in the kills. In wearing his uniform in England, Gen. Grant merely follows a uniform custom. Some of the school marms in the Teachers' Convention are ''pretty as a picture." Judge Hilton is not the man to keep his "Windows Open Toward Je rusalem." It is fortunate that there is one place in Sedalia "Cooler" than any where else. The man who advertises his chari ties sever knows the secret pleasure of a generous act. If the Engllshfish sent to this coun try were C. O. D.f there would be no trouble about them. It is not so much the small income as the large outgo, which bothers so many heads of families. When a widow refuses to smile o...

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. — 3 July 1877

HAIL STOBM AT CLINTON. TEMPERANCE. Tice Hu Begun to Tarn Things Iioose in Earnest. The Murphy Movement Inaugu rated at Smsth'a Hall Last Night A Large Gathering of the Peo ple of Set alia. Six-eial to Ihe FUzoo. At half-past six o'clock this morning, a violent hail storm passed over Clinton, accompanied lv a heavy wind storm. Hailstones fell as large as "valniits some measuring '2 inches in diameter. TERRIBLE CYCLONE. A Tornado Sweeps Over St. Joe, Tearing Down and Unroofllng Houses and Destroying Life- Full Particulars of the Catas trophe. In persuance of the notice given' in yes terday's Kazoo, a crowded audience assem- l.led at Smith's Hall, I at night, to witness and take part in the inauguration of the Murphy lciupcrai)ccmoveiiient in this city, under the auspices of Mes?i.. Page and Dtinlap, apostles of the new tnieraiice di.-jKiisahon. Ihe proceedings were begun with singing and prayer, when Mr. John M. Dtinlap took the Maud and explained THE OIUECK ASI I'lriU'OSES of the mov...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 3 July 1877

i A PORTRAIT. I lore to watch this pictured fc Round which the golden sunlight gleam., Tis ever in my waking sight As ho is withine in my Jreauis He who did once this likeness bear, Whose earnest ejos looked into mine, Whose words so often led my thoughts From things of earth to things Diraie. I cannot think that voice is hushed: I listen that one step to hear. Whose coming was a welcome sound. Whose Absence made one home so drear. O, forms that fall from our embrace. And lips our own no more may press, And clustering hair, mid which our haud Wanders no more witn fond cares. Tis well tolme n pictured &eo On which our yearning eyes may gaze , Ws did not think this would be all They'd leare to us in happier days ; Yet sometimes 'tis a blessed gift.1 Sometimes mother's sainted face Has saved the son they loved so well From some deep sin, or dark disgrace. Sometimes a faded tre 01 liair Will bring forth penitential tears . And lead some soul to find that peace It wandered from in ot...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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