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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 15 January 1878

Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOG The oldest daily paper in the city, an-; vtetwively read throughout tha central rtion of the State, by business men, and aching all classes, it offers Inducement ailvertisera as the best medium througk which to reach the public. &ATK8 OF ADVERTISING. mar bazoo: One square, one insertion $ 11 " three " 1 5t " one week . 2 50 WEEKLY BAZOO: Dne square, or lew, one insertion $1 25 Each subsequent insertion..... 75 Jne square one time, daily . weeklv.. 1 75 J. WEST GOODWIK, Editor andPrcpnetoi VOLUME IX. SEDALIA, MISSOURI. TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 15, 1878. NUMBER 29. Ti:nX3 OF SC3TOAT WMSVSQ BAZOO: One yar, - . . $2 ufl WEEKLY BAZOO. u IHaIVeIS u Sj9'j9cnwS 1 "SanM rr"" lffc naj " TO SUBSCRIB ERS We have adopted and will strictly adhere to the following rules : AH subscriptions for the Weekly Bzo most be paid for in advance. All papers will be promptly stopped upon the expiration of the subscription, unless notification of renewal, accompanied by th...

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. — 15 January 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY. JANUARY, 15, 1878. The uniform telegraphic rate be tween France and Germany is now four cents a word. Certain officials in Chicago are now called "arcs of the circle." instead of members of the ring. Numbers of German mechanics are now? seeking work in London, hoping to benefit bv the strike. Within the three years since the Philadelphia Times was started it has had seventeen libel suits, and has won them ail. President Bascom of the University of Wisconsin, come out emphatically in favor of mixing boys and girls in schools. The Dizzy Blondes, a burlesque company hailing from Xew York, were marched from Woods Theatre, Cin cinnati, to a jail. In Berlin from 17,000 to 18,000 apartments are to let, it is said ; at all events, a great many people have had to quit the capital for cheaper quar ters. A Missouri farmer found his miss ing daughter in the guise of a St. Jo seph newsboy. She had, on being re proached tor her uselessness, gone out to cam her own l...

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. — 15 January 1878

FRAUD. How the Mothers and Babies Were Fooled in St. Louis. A couple of weeks ago a fellow named Menges, from Xew York, got up a baby show in St. Loui. He rented a ball, and advertised $1 200 in premiums. Mothers came with iheir babies from far and near. They neglected their own home and sat in the hall exhibiting their infant?, day after day, until nine o'clock every night, each Willi the positive assurance of carrying away a big prize. On Friday the thing "busted." A reporter "put a head" on Menges, and Saturday morning the hall man locked the baby man out. The mother, who were unaware of it, came around prouijrtly on time Saturday after noon, the Jfrpubtiam thus uescnoes tlie scene : As two o'clock drew near the unreasona ble women began to arrive, each with bundle of shawls and nubias and fur, the nucleus of which was a phenomenal baby As they passed in front of Fifth street, the officers on duty there in'ormed them that the hall was closed, and it was useless for them to lug th...

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. — 15 January 1878

OUR MASONIC OOLXTMH. At the request of several of our Masonic subscribers, we have decided to add a Masonic Department to our Sunday Bazoo, and will continue it as long as desired. We will be pleased to receive contributions from Brothers on matters of local interest to the various bodies of Masons in the city and in the towns around, and especially desire to have complete histories of the lodges in the dmerent towns in the t-ounty. OUR TEMPLES" FOUNDATION. , XINOpnOS RYLIXD, CK&ND XASTCR OF 60X6 or X1SS0CHI. It has been said tliat a famou light-house oil the coast of Cornwall, Englaud. was first built ly an eccentric genius, who, proud of his struct ure, from its balcony defied the ortn. The night cainewben the sei swollowed tip its tower and builder. It was built a feecoud tune of wood and stone, by another, who enshl in the flames tliat destroyed it. Yet the third time it lifted up its head under the skill of the builder, who from the rock of foundation took the stone of MijM...

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. — 22 January 1878

Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO BATES OF ADVERTISING. DAILY BAZOO: One square, one insertion $ ! The oldest daily paper in the city, a:i itensively read throughout the centra? rtion of the State, by business men, and aching all classes, it offers induceiuentr 1 advertisers as the best mcdinni through hieli to reach the public. " three M 1 5C " one treek - 2 50 WEEKLY BAZOO: One square, or le, one insertion $1 25 Each sub.-equent insertion 75 Dne square one time, daily & weekly.. 1 75 VOLUME IX. SEDALIA. MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 22, 1878. NUMBER 30. TERMS OF SCTOAY XOK5IKO BAZOO : )ne year, - - - 2 GO J. WEST GrOUDWIH, Editor and PrcpnetOi WEEKLY BAZOO. TO SUBSCRIB ERS We have adopted and will strictly adhere lo the following rules: All subscriptions for the Weekly Bazo murt be paid for in advance. All papers will beproinptly stopped upon the expiration of the subscription, unless notification of renewal, accompanied by the cash, is received previous to such cxpira tio...

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. — 22 January 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY. JAUUABYISTS. Stanley, the African explorer, has arrived in Paris. Austria and England will act in concert in the settlement or unsettle nentof the Ruasia-Turko war. Werners, who was to hare been hong in St Louis to morrow has been respited two weeks by the Governor. Abies will be hang in Carthage to-mor- row. The State of Nevada is prosperous, financially, the sum of $179,606 being left in the treasury after the payment of all the demands and expenses lor the year 1877. A reduction of the State tax from ninety cents to forty cents for the current year is suggested. Nevada is young yet, and coin is plen tiful in its mining camps. The Albany Law Journal calls at tention to the evil practice of deliver ing dissenting opinions from the bench on questions of law. The practice of French courts is cited, where no such thing as a dissenting opinion is ever known. If a majority of the members of the Court arrive at a decision, that is the decree of the entire t...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 22 January 1878

QTTTP.TTY1?. f u u JUXJ i MOR MINED MILLER! Hii Body Found in a Box Car On the Switch in Barrett's Stock Yards. Last Good-bye to Friends A Troubled Soul at Last at Best The Letters Found on His Per son. The Coroner's Inquest, Etc. Another sad, sad man, laboring under his errors and writhing under bis tortures, hss rashly and unbidden ushered himself bv his own hand before his God. He be- tore whom he went uncalled, is alone bis judge, and we who are left behind can only throw the taattle of charity o'er the cone of the self murderer, and let the grave hide within its narrow walls the imperfections of the mortal who shall soon crunble into the earth that gave it birth. The particulars of the suicide as gather ad by a Bazoo reporter, are as follows: About ten o'clock this forenoon word was brought to this city that A DEAD MAS had been discovered in a car on the switch n the stock yard, about a mile and a half I southwest from the city. A reporter from this office accompanied Coroner E...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 22 January 1878

TALK'S CHEAP. Ami Her You Get Your Iflckel'a Worth. eATURDAT X1GHT. Placing the litte hats all in a row, Heady for church.on the morrow, you know; Washing wee facea and little black fiats, Getting them ready and fit to be kissed; Putting them in clean garments and white; That is what mothers are doing to-night. Spying out holes in the little worn hose, Laving by shoes that are worn through the toes, Looking o'er garments o faded and thin Who but a mother knows where to begin ? Changing a button to mke it look right Thai is what mothers arc domj to-night. Calling the little ones all round her ""r. Hearing them lif forth their evening prayer, Telhug them stories of Je-us of old. Who luw-d to gather the lambs to the fold; Watching, they listen with weary delight That is what mothers are doing to-night. Creeping so softly to take a last peep. After the little ones are all aMeep. Anxious to know il the children arc warm, Tenderly covering, and watching from harm; Kissing each little face...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 29 January 1878

Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily paper in the city, an-' vtciwively read throughout the central "rtion of the State, by business men, and caching all classes, it offers inducement. o advertisers as the best medium through vliii li to reach the public. BATES OF ADVERTISING. DAILY BAZOO: Om square, one insertion .$ ' mree " one week WEEKLY BAZOO: - 1 5C Dae square, or less, one insertion SI 25 Each subsequent insertion 75 One square one time, daily & weekly.. 1 75 VOLUME IX. SEDALIA. MISSOURI. TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 29, IS7S. NUMBER 31. TKR3B OF 3U3TDAY M0RJOXG BAZOO: One year, 2 -r(l J. WEST 'iuuuwin, Editor and Pre pnetot WEEKLY BAZOO C TO SUBSCRIB ERS We have adopted and will etrictly adhere to the following rules : All subscriptions for the Weekly BaZq Bust be paid for in advance. All papers will be promptly stopped upon the expiration of the subscription, unless notification of renewal, accompanied by the cash, is received previous to such expira tion. The...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 29 January 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY. JANUARY, 29, 1S78. : - J Rhodope mountains. Their loss was Five hundred tailors in Chicago' 3 0(K) (1 g 000 prisoners, and have struck. j 48 gUns captured. The Porte is preparing to defend Tne bonds of France are held by Constantinople. ) f0UT and a half millions of her own , , . , people. France never set up one cur Three months' extra pav has leen pei-- t i . rencv for her people and another for voted to Mexican war veterans. - , , . capitalists. Because our government Kitif Alphonso and Prince?- Mer- jjj so and continues to do so, our cedes are to be married to-day in Mad- )0mg rc held abroad and by a small ric. Bayard Taylor has written a Leauti- R .g th(J opmion 0f Southern papers, ful poem on the late King Victor ( almost wjti,out an exception, that the Emanuel. negroes in the South are dying almost President THavcs'savsount me'at the rate of four to one, as compared in" in the investigation" of the affairs with the whites. The causes are tin of ...

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. — 29 January 1878

DIED. In Sedalia, Mo., on Sunday afternoon, Jan. 20th, 1878. of paralysis, Mrs. Mary Jane, wife of J. P. Leake, in the oGth year of her age. Mr. Leake was formerly Miss Mary Jane Kodgers, daughter of Col. Thos. Rodders, a veteran of the war of 1812. who died in the 9lst year of his age, at his home in Green field, Ohio. Mrs. Leake was born near Greenfield Ohio, Sept. 14, 1822. She was married to Mr. J. P. Leake, Sept. 1C, 1840, at the age of eighteen, lormerly nhe was a member of the Presbyterian church, hut shortly after her marriage she united with the I!ptit church, of whirl: she lias ever been a devout and consistent christian. She left Greenfield and moved to Sedalia with her family March 2 , ISoTi. Mrs. Lcifce has Imiii the mother of eleven children, of whom there arc hut four living. Her eldest son wa killed dtiiinc the late war, before Atlanta Gi'oria The eldfrt survivor is Mi. 2s .ainie E. Iald win, the next i Mrs. Julia Sinnelt, Alher tus W. Leake, the only son, ami Miss K...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 29 January 1878

LAUGH And Grow Fat While You Can. For Sufficient for the DaV is the Evil Thereof. Hurrah for ih-mother-in-law I Hooray ! crgin. -he. -he or it, or your h. reined a little ilown iiearte.1 l t(k-'tlc Yve found oi.ebigKerlh',,,, dern fool than we are, and that's Golden V Harry Robinson: hut if we had a mouth like that angelic, red-headed youth, we'd go off out into the bru-h and .lie. Ify and by some old sjiectncled scientific cuss would ,-omc along and .-ee the front door of that mouth, go back to Yale Y,ilcge and write fourteen column- about a new Mammoth "'ave that he had discovered in Missouri. wc used to he heftv on the Illl this : Oh, vuiiit 1 luvdanuthei ai Hnr name it wa Mur-rier, but Sarah leer, mi luv for u is fortv time.- moiehier ! ! We told you so. Oh, we're aweet ,mgei in rael or New York either, we are. Kut rhaps you doift like the smg Well, its ; no trouble to -how goods bow- this : Another sixty day? or so, And where thcMiow-hird pntnk A dozen son? of Italy Will kerown...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 5 February 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. RATM OF AD7ERT18LNG. DAILY BAZOO: On square, one insertion. ............. $ 7f three 1 5C " one wh 2 50 WEEKLY BAZOO: Due square, or lew, one insertion ... Each subsequent insertion 3ae square one time, dailv wi-ekl v.. 1 75 J. WEST GOODWIH, Editor and Frcpritrto A HOLY PREVARICATOR. While the orthodox and Heretical are disputing about hell, we know of nothing more pertinent than the ex traordinary conduct of a minister, lately published in the East. The Rev. Mr. Huckly of Stamford. Conn., evidently regards tne telling ol lies as quite compatible with morality. Being arraigned before a criminal court on a charge of procuring, by way that are dark and tricks tliar are vain, the conviction of certain violators ol the excise laws, he cited the Scriptures in his defence, and declared that he could produce tweuty-five cases from the Old Testament and five cases fron the new Testament in which deception was used to further the ends jf God The inference be sought to draw from...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 5 February 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. - - - S K i A.L1A. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY. 5, 1878. CONGRESSIONAL. , r..:.i: f .Messrs. ilea ana rrauwiu - Missouri delegation were before the 7,000 in wounded or more than a House judiciary committee on Satur-jquarter of its population capable of day to make arguments in favor of bearing arms. holding half terms of the United) Tj,e House Committee on Postoffices States court for the Western district of Missouri at Kansas City. Col. Crittenden was before the corammu everywhere readjusted every two to argue in favor of holdiiiff the court year acconling to tlic a,JUnt (.f at Jefferson City. - business done, no salarv to exceed Mr. Rea introduced a bill in the S4 000) exccpt in jfew York city. House on Monday authorizing the ' ' erection of a public building at St. ' Ben Butler, of Massachusetts, Joe. created a sensation in the House Wed- Mr. Ittner laid before the House a nesday afternoon bv reading the pro memorial signed by a number of in- test of certain Unitarian ministe...

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 February 1878

LE AMICK AMOUK. 1HI WlWTflUD uumuu vw u Court. Sketch of the Cauaea that Led to It. In July last, Jno. F. Arnica, a furniture dealer in Olterville, shot a young man named Chas. Swearingen, of that place, in two place. Tfae wounds were not fatal, and Amick, after giving himself up, was released . . , , r " : .u.s4ii,u. " ' . ine bazoo to-morrow, ana icponea irom i day to day, until the case is disposed of. The shooting was done on Tuesday, the 31st of last July, and in order that our read ers may thoroughly understand the causes which led to it, we re publish the account of the affair given in the Bazoo at the time of its occurrence. THE PARTIES to this affair are Jno. F. Amick a furniture dealer at Otterrille, Jodie Kuykendall, a harness maker, and Chan. Swearingen, to gether with Mrs. Amick. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Amick attended the Southern Methodist church, of which denomination they are both merrbers. About two o'clock Kuykendall went to Amick's house. Mr. and Mrs. A. were lying...

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 February 1878

A TALE Wall Told ie Book Wdl Snd. He Who Herer Grins, than Dwd. Gentle reader, Or rampageous hyena from Wolf creek, Or hm old skeezicks with a wart oa his We take oar pen in hand these few line to indite, and draw oar hoof oat of the sand that we may get around to job and he sociable. Fellow-pilgrims, we hsve just got through with January. We're done with it. It wasn't much of a month, anjhow. We hare now struck the shortest month of the year. This is the month to be short in. Perhaps joti are abort. If yon are, stand on your dignity, and refuse all bills unless they're well executed. Execution is what counts in our judgment and the sheriff's. Do you know how February came to be such a short month ? Well, we'll tell you. That's whst we're here for to diffuse information and in ffamation. February was just as big a month as any other month until they pat Washington's birthday into it. And he was such a big man they had to take two days out of February to taake room for him. Hewasborn...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 12 February 1878

Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily piper in the city, am-1 1ATH OF ADVXSTUIir&. DAILY XASOO : xtemirely read throaghaat me One sauare, one insertion. ..MM eeeeeoee ortion of the State, fey caching all classes, it c " tsree - ................. i M. " oee ww ................. 2 50 o advertiser a taa Wat WEEKLY BAZOO: Dne square, or 1cm, one inversion..... $1 25 Each sabneaeeat insertion.... .. 76 vhich to reack the public ! square one time, duly wnefciy.. l 7o volume IX. SEDALIA. MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 13, 1878. NUMBER 33. terms or scbbat One year, BABOO: 93 51 J. WK8T Xditor sodFltprietoi WEEKLY BAZOO jjKwjwjwjwBaMjilwj wLBaaT.iaBWwnmMBi rg--, gnwm VTMPTn TBmssaw TO 8UB80XUB.XB8 We have adopted and will strictly adhere to the following rales: All subscription for the Weekly Bazoo must be paid for ia advance. All papers will be promptly stopped apon the expiration of the subscription, unless aotiEcatioa ef renewal, accompanied by the sub, is received pr...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 12 February 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY. FEBBUABY, 22, 1878; -DOOR KEEPING. Metaphorically speaking, to keep a Congressional door, requires more money than to support a stud of thor oughbreds. There are two door keep ers at the-Capitol, one for the Senate and one for the Home of Representa tives. The latter, CoL Polk, is just now in very hot water. The former has been scalded so often, that his hide is impervious. An Eastern paper, speaking of the patronage of door keepers, says it is undoubtedly -the fact that the patron age of both chambers is largely in ex cess of their needs, and that these abuses are sanctioned for the conven ience and ease of Senators-and Repre sentatives, who utilize clerks and mes sengers and laborers as private secre taries, and in other capacities not con templated by law. By a conventional rule in the appropriation bills each House is allowed to determine the number and pav of its own em ployees. Some idea of the tent of this extra vairance may be formed from the c...

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 February 1878

DSn&S DOME. Prowositiom That Got Him Into Troubls. A young maa naaed Frank Detro was broBght before the Recorder this morning on a charge of vagrancy. There were two or three witnesses present whose testimony showed that Frank was something worse than a vagrant It ap pears that for Hosse time he has been em ployed on a construction train on the M K. A T-, bat quit last Friday and came to this city Saturday morning. He went to Caton' saloon in Exit Sedalia, aad while there a young coal miner from Lewis station casae in and got into a game of cards with Detro and two others. The asiaer. who was a little intoxicated, dis played bis money pretty freely, and of coarse Ditto and his pals beat him every game. They had had the drinks and oysters at the miner's expense, and the lat ter had foolishly displayed two ten dollar bills. Detro then went to the barkeeper, Caton, and made a proposition to drag the miner and rob him. Mr. Caton told him that he did sot keep that kind of a house. De...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 12 February 1878

A CORNER. Xs This WkmiO the Racket Is. Bat be Sari and Don't Toll your Wife. Mieefivats. Once more we an permitted to re-: hie aroand this pictara gallery, "" P lies this beautiral Sabbath morning. Fellow-travelers, we feel like the old nigger preacher, "ef I had been etin dried apples form week, aad dea took to drinkin' for a monf, I couldn't feel mo swelled op dan I am dia miait with pride and vanity, t eeein' each a fall attendance heab." Six aaora days have been aahed down in the brine, and the dar for a clean shirt and refection has again tamed np, bat, m ie generally the case when a man wants to resect, your wife wakes you np at four o'clock in the morning -and suggests yon ahoTel the snow off the sidewalk before the neighbor are op. "People aaid we wouldn't hare any snow, aid Beecher said there was no hell, bnt we tell yon, stranger, there's just dead loads of snow and hell, too, in the near fatare. Bat the enow is far more preferable to the oleomargarine mod, through which w...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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