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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 19 June 1883

SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. VOLUME 15. SEDALIA, MO., TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1883. KUMBEK 4. SCHKLL CITY'S SELL. How Three Young Men Were Duped on a Lousiana Lottery Ticket. They Imagined They Had tane, but it Failed to Pan Out. a For- It was in Schell City that the affair hap pened, and the manner of its make up was something after this fashion: JLast Wednesday morning a telegram was received by W. F. Mazing, cashier of the bank "f that place, in which it was stated that ticket number 38G4 in the Louisiana lottery had drawn $2,000. There were three parties interested in the ticket and he immediately spat upon his hands, jerked his coat from a nail be hind the door, kicked over the spittoon aud flew to impart the good news to the boys. The parties mentioned were Messrs. F. Childs, J. A. Hahn and P. R. Harris. .When they heard Mr. Maring's wonder ful tidirgs, smiles, wide and broad and deep, overspread their respective visages, and they rose as to a man and "set 'em up." never washes her face bu...

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 1883

2 HE SEDALIA WEEKLY LAKESIDE MUSING. How a Giddy Girl Lost Her Devot ed Lover. 1840 for a few thousand dollars are worth to-day $250,000. Many years ago he deserted his family, and, in company with persons of bad repute, went to California to start life anew. Bad luck followed him, and reverses followed reverses until he landed in the poor-house, on the Pacific slope. His death closes an eventful career. THE WAGES OP A SPY. What it Costs to Secure the Services of a "Divorce De tective " Chicago Tribune. "Youare too tart." A ghastly, pie-crust pallor that is in strange contrast to the ruddy flush of his new necktie passes swiftly over George W. Simpson's face as Beryl McCloskey speaks those words, and as "they stand there together in the dim hali-.ight of the conservatory, the soft perfiimeof the June roses cmiug through the open wiudow on the sighing breeze that is kissing the saw-buck whose haggard form is fcharply outlined against the woodshed, Philadelphia Times. he feels instinc...

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 1883

THE SEP AT J A WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1883. 3 VIEWS ON THE VERDICT. What Sedalia Lawyers Have to Say Regarding the Star Route Case. They Are Almost Unanimous in Giving High Praise to Ingersoll, While They Pronounce the Verdict the Most Outrageous in History. The remarkable verdict rendered yester day by the jury in thr- celebrated star route case w-is the principal theme of conversa tion on the streets during the afternoon and evening:, and all manner of opinions were expressed as to the result. The Bazoo's bulletin board was eagerly read, and all the particulars asked ior, showing that no lit tle interest was felt by democrats and re publicans alike. Desiring io ascertain how the legal fra ternity took the verdict, a reporter sought several of the most prominent attorneys of the city, and herewith presents the result of his labors : H. C. SINNETT. My judgment is that it was a crooked matter that it was not the intention to convict from the start, but the prosecution was al...

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 1883

4 1 :he sedalia weekly SEDALIA BAZOO Pnbllf htn J. WEST GfOODWIK. TEIII OF SVBSCmmiOHt Oafly, including Sunday, per year.....l t)0 Sunday edition, per year. 2 SO Weekly, 52 numbers, per year..., 1 OO IKUJy, delivered, per week ..... 33 KEWS DEALERS Secularly snrmlied at 2 cents n&r canv. All subscriptions payable in advance, and wsoonunuea at tne end. or time paid for. HOW TO BEND MONEY. Remittances may be made by draft, money rder or registered letter, at our risk. Give postomce address in full, including state and wiuuy, luu uuuresai J. WEST GOODWIN. Sedalia, Mo. WEEKLY BAZOO. bEDALU MO. TUESDAY JUNE 19 1883. GEN. CROOK'S VICTORY. General Crook's latest victory over the hostile Apaches is one of the most complete and brilliant achieve ments in his brilliant career as an Indian fighter. When he started on this expedition there were loud calls in Arizona for a general Indian mas sacre of the whole Apache tribe, inno cent as well as guilty, in punishment for recent depredations b...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 19 June 1883

t THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO- TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1883. CLIMAX SPRINGS. The Saratoga of t'ne South west The Coming Popu lar Eesort. The Livest Town of Its Age in The Great State of Missouri. The Beautiful Springrs Prepared by Nature and Appropriated by Man. The rocks and the mountains shall all fade away But Climax Springs will win the day. To our pleasure and profit, we a short time since spent a few days, time at Climax Springs, over in Can den county, Missiouri. Journeying twenty-five miles east from Warsaw, the terminus of the Sedalia Warsaw Southern railway and at present the nearest railway station to the Springs, but at no distant day the locomotive whistle will be heard tLere, for the Jefferson City S. W. railway now extending is pointing in that direction, and a country so rich in mineral agriculture, pasturage and all of natures greatest gifts as are bestowed upon the country surround ing CLIMAX SPRINGS, must be developed, opened up and traversed by a railroad. The Springs are...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 19 June 1883

THE SEDAUA "WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, J UJNJii lfc, lssa. 6 i A PIOUS PROFESSOR Whose Alleged Amorous Pro clivities Brought Him to Grief. Rev. R. K. Higgins, of Mont rose, Made the Victim of a Cruel Joke. The Sensational Scandal Now Agitating a Usually Quiet Village. The thriving little village of Montmse, located fifty-three miles south of Sedalia is revellfug in the excitement and delight of a big sensation, all its own, original, unique, and copyright applied for. Oi course the Bazoo was not long in learning that something out of the usual order of things had transpired 'down the road," and with its usual enterprise at once dispatched a reporter to Montrose, with in structions to ascertain the cause of the ex citement. The Bazoo man reached his destination -soon after seven o'clock Sunday morning, .and at once began an investigation, which soon resulted in unearthing a LARGE SIZED SCANDAL, in which a Southern Methodist local preacher and singing-school teacher is the central figure....

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 19 June 1883

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1883. F i A PLUCKY HUMANITARIAN. A Lady Compels a Driver to Re move an Injured Horse from His Car. Philadelphia Press. As red car 106 of the Union line moved slowly up Ninth street, at 6 o'clock last evening, one of the poor old horses was seen to be laboring: paiufully. When the car reached Filbert street a lady, neatly clad in black silk, saw that the horse had three bleeding sores on its shoulders that were chafed raw by the "Dutch collar." She at once stopped the car, called the attention of the driver to the horse and asked that he be re lieved of this work. "I will when he pulis the car to the depot," replied the driver, George Bush. The lady insisted that the beast should, in all humanity, be re moved at once. "I can't help that," said the driver. "Get up." The plucky woman was not poing to give in then. AH of her feminine persistency was aroused, and, dashing on to the track, she brandished her sunshade in the faces of the astonish...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 19 June 1883

8 THE SEP AT J A "WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1883. WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1883. Weather Report. Corrected daily for the Bazoo by C. G. Tarlor. Horoloeist and Optician. No. 8 Ohio street, lor the twenty-four hours end- log at 9 o'clock p. in., June 16, 1883. THER. BAR j WIND. WEATHER Clear. Bain. Cloudy. Extremes 72 and 85. BAZOO BUZZ. McClellan leads in wall pa- per. Burkhart keeps no shoddy goods, lm Yesterday was a good day for corn to fjrow warm and damp. A marriage license was issued, yester day, to Mr. John Shepherd and Miss Kate jrisbree. Andrew mil, an oia coiorea man re siding at Georgetown, died Friday and will be buried to-day. O. McGmnis and C. C. Hoadley, of Nevada, arrived in the city at 12:15 o'clock this morning on the delayed tram. Woods opera house is moving along as fast as it is possible, taking into consid eration the untoward weather. The following arrests were slated at midnight: Jim Craig and "Texas" Parker, drunk; Frank Saunders, d...

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 1883

SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. VOLUME 15. SEDALIA, MO., TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1883. KUMBEB 5, PATENT PADS. How Goods. Chatties and Wares Are Transported Through the Mails. Queer things go through the United States mails Everything that is mailable is put in the postoffice, with stamps at tached, and some things that are barred as u nm ail ible go in. Boots go to soldiers on the frontier from friends in the est. Corsets go to ladb-s all over the world. Yarn goes to daughters from far-off moth ers. Medicines from all the quacks in the lind are sent in packages to suit custom ers, of any and all diseases that human and brute flesh is heir to. Ruching is sent in large quantities from manufacturers to dealers. Hair restoratives go to the bald heads. "Anti-fat" goes to the corpulent, and Fat" goes to skin and bones. The other day there passed through the Missouri mails a strange looking iustru-znent. To look at it, it might have been taken for an instrument of torture. It was three-cornered and string...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 26 June 1883

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1883. A NOWEEEBIO LAY HIS HEAD. The Tribulations of Ex-Senator John J. Patterson and His Comely Niece. St. Paul Pioneer Press Ex-United States Senator Sohn J Patterson, president oi the London and New York Construction company, arrived at the Nicollet on Friday ast, accompanied by a young lady whom he re.iste e I as Miss Rogers. The senator is a gentleman gray as to hair and venerable as to years, and Miss Rogers is a comely maiden of less than twenty summers, whom he represented at the hotel as his niece He guilelessly so reported her to the cierKS, ana asKea ror aajoming rooms, and was given instead rooms on op possite sides of the hall. The morn ing following his arrival the ex-sena tor took his departure for Farzo. where he entered into negotiations for building the Jbargo Southern rail road, Miss Rogers remaining the de mure occupant of room 28, and absorb ing her time m the perusal of novels and the preparation of simorv rav- vi j -i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 26 June 1883

THE SEDATJA WEEKLY BAZOO TUESDAY, JUKE 26, 1883 3 AN MB1AL ACCIDENT, Resulting in the Drowning of E. L. Stewart, &n Amateur iEronaut. The press dispatches have already chron icled the drowning of a young man by the name of E. L. Stewart while making a balloon ascension under the auspices of Prof. I. N. Fisk, at Fayette, last Monday. Prof. Fisk was in the city yesterday, and during a call at the Bazoo office re lated some additional particulars of the sad affair. The professor ssys that he met young Stewart at Clinton just before going to Fayette, and upon the representation f that gentleman that Jie possessed some ex perience as aa aeronaut, employed him. Together they went to Fayette. Stewart being very anxious to make an :erial voyage, it was agreed that he should lake Prof. Fisk's place in the ascension ar ranged for Monday. The weather was most auspicious, a dead calm prevailing. The balloon vas inflated, all of the arrangements were com pleted, and after receiving full and ...

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 1883

4 THE SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1883 SEDALIA BAZOO Friliifctr: J. WEST GOODWIN. TEUI OF SUBSCUPTIOVs Dally, including Sunday, per year.....$ 10 0 Smnuay edition, per year. 3 50 Weekly, 52 numbers, per year. 1 OO Daily, delivered, per week -..... 30 KEWS DEALERS Begularly rapplied at 2K cents per copy. All subscriptions payable in advance, and discontinued at the end of time paid for. HOW TO 8EXD XOXEY. Remittances mav be made bv draft, money order or registered letter, at our risk. Give postoffloe address in full, including state and county, and address J. WEST GOODWIN, Sedalia, Mo. WEEKLY BAZOO. SFDALIk MO. TUESDAY, JUNE 26. 1G83. THE WAR ON TROUSERS. There are signs of an irrepressible conflict on the subject of trousers. A small but indomitable band of agita tors have decreed that the trousers of the period are ungraceful and must be replaced by the knee-breeches of the fathers. These agitators are too discreet to w?ke their warfare incess ant. They appear at regular...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 26 June 1883

HE SEDALIA WEEKLY Written for the Sunday 3lorning Uanco. MAN AND WOMAN. BY KOSA PEARL E. A man, though lowly born, may rise, Climb up lo height -wher none may dare, To follow lest he turn and rend With strength that will not pause to spare. The world may scorn his evii deeds, It doe not tell to him the truth, But in a strange, indulgent mood Sets down the sum to score ot youth. A man can break the galling yoke Of ioverty from off his neck, And, with a brave ambition, build A golden pillar from the wreck. He need not pause for others' woes ; His dreams are not bedewed by tears, But onward, step by step, be mounts Above the circling chain of fears. No whisper reaches out and dims His fair escutcheon shining bright, For honor gilds what gold prefers, And want can make but leeble light. A woman heaven help the one Whose eyes first ope where rafters low Holds roof that shades from summer sun, Bt scarce protects from winter's snow. Do tender hopes burn in her heart, Or longings sweet thei...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 26 June 1883

'HE SEDAUA WEEKLY 1 t ; - . S 3ERIFFS OF THE STATE In Annual Convention Assem bled at Sichers' Park Yesterday. INNOCENCE ABROAD. How a Young Gray Prom The Country Was Taken In By Sedalia Sharpers. A Small Attendance, but Enthusiastic and Inter esting Meeting. an A Permanent Organization Ef fected Resolutions Adopted Etc. The convention of sheriffs from the va rious counties in the state, called to assem ble in this city yesterday, while not as largely attended as the friends of the enter prise had hoped, was nevertheless a very pleasant meeting to those in attendance, and will doubtless result in the establish ment of an association of sheriffs of the state, which will not only prove beneficial to the sheriffs in their official capacity, but of inestimable value in ridding our great state of every semblance of outlawry and violence, and enabling her to take front rank among those commonwealths who have proclaimed and demonstrated to the world that violators of law are not only un we...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 26 June 1883

THE SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1883. 7 VANDBRBILl'S FLYERS. "Maud S." and "Aldine" Driven by Their Owner in 2:15 1-2 New York Tribune June 10. William H. Vanderbilt's famous mares, Maud S. and Aldiue, came down "like wolves on the fold" ves terday at Fleetwood park, and scat tered all previous records to the winds, making a mile in 2: 15 J. Mr. Vanderbilt drove the mares himself. He drove them together for the first time on Thursday afternoon. Bair, the trainer, had driven them together two or three times at Hartford, but Thursday was the first time Mr. Van derbilt ever held the reins over the pair. He left his stable at Madison avenue and Fifty-first street shortly after 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, and drove up through Central park, and so on out to Barry's road-house, where he made a short stop, and up to Fleetwood park. A number of horsemen were out on the road with their teams, and seeing Mr. Vander bilt make for Fleetwood they scented the sport afar off and follo...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 26 June 1883

8 THE SEDAIXA "WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1883. WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1883. BAZOO BUZZ. McOlellan leads in wall pa per. Burkhart keeps no shoddy goods, lm Forty-eight members of the Texas leg islature have been indicted for playing poker. The iolice made a raid upon the "Junction house" last night, but found no one at home. There is some sidewalk on Ohio street, between Main and Second streets, which needs fixing. A sewer pipe from the engine house to the Second street sewer was put in yester day afternoon. The Nihilist Stepniak declares that an extensive revolutionary organization exists among Russian army officers. There was no business at either of the justices' courts yesterday, and Constable Carnes was engaged in borrowing tobacco and talking crops. TheSedalia Beds and the Hannibal Muffers, two colored clubs, will play a match game ot base ball at Sicber's park on Thursday 28th, at 2:30 p. m. The president of the New York Fish Culture association pr...

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 1883

SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. VOLUME 15. NUMBER CT7T A "T T A It JTS mrrnciTw A wrr -ww-rTr- -ar-a- - WHAT The Paper Published for the Peo ple Now on Earth Would Like to Know. Inebriated Party "I shay, which iz ye opposite side of ye (hie) street V Stranger "Why, over there," (pointing across). Inebriated Party ''Well, I was jes' over there, an7 'notber feller said zis was oppV feide." CHURCH SERVICES. m Communion service and public rccep tion of members at the First Presbyterian church this morning. Services a t the Southern Methodist church to-day, morning and evening, Rev. D. C. Brown, pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., and prayer meeting "Wednesday night. All are invited. First Baptist church, corner of Fourth and Lamine streets, Rev. J. B. Fuller, pas tor. Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. The Lord's supper at the close of the morning service, ounday scnoo! at y:3U a. m Broadway Presoyterian church, corner Bioadway and Kentucky sireet. Services morning and evening, and preaching 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. — 3 July 1883

2 ? SEP AULA. WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JTJLr 3, 1883. THE TORN GLOVE. It was almost 11 o'clock as I left my friend Alport's law-office and hurried up town. I had delayed longer than I knew, interested deep ly in his account of an intricate will case, in which he was just at that time engaged. As I now remember, a property of some $2,000,000, held by a residuary legatee, had suddenly been claimed by one who announced himself as the direct heir and devisee, a nephew of the testator, who had not been heard from in several ) ears. Alport deemed the fellow an im postor, and, although his story had been well told and 1 is plan of action well laid throughout, my friend thought he had secured proofs of its falsity. In fact, he had a bundle of papers containing the positive proof that Neil Harcourt was not Neil Har court, nephew of old Duncan Har court, testator ; and it was his explan ation of this case that had rendered me so late on my up-town journey. As I hurried onward, mechanically my h...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 3 July 1883

9 THE SEP AT J A Y BAZOO, TUESDAY; JULY 3, BERNARD AS A BEAT ft His Confidence Operations in Chicago, Louisville and Cincinnati. Assumes the Name 01 Isadore Fox in Order to Raise a Stake. Letters and Telegrams Pouring Into Sedalia Asking for Infoimation. Some ten days ago the Bazoo referred briefly to the crookedness of Win. Bernard, who formerly clerked for Leopold Lov inger receiving the munificent salary of $1,500 per year, but who lost his position through his appetite for drink, gambling and faht women. Leaving his family in Sedalia, Bernard proceeded to Chicago, where he met and borrowed $50 of Mr. Penny baker, the lum ber dealer, whose home is in this city, giv ing in return a check on the First National bank of Sedalia for the amount received. Pennybaker knew Bernard when he was CLERKING FOB LOVINGER. and never suspected for an instant that he was anything other than he represented himself to be, consequently gave him the money without hesitation. Pennybaker was indebted to ...

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. — 3 July 1883

THE SED ATjT A E 500, TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1883. SEDALIA BAZOO - Pnbttihtn J. WIST GOODWIN. teuh Hwcunioi x Oafly, Including Snnday, per yer.....$lS 8unday edition, per year. tt Weekly, 52 numbers, per year... 1 0aUy, delivered, per week 5 HEWS DEALER! Itognlariy supplied at 2X cents per copy. JLll subscriptions payable in advance, and discontinued at the end of time paid for. HOW TO 8EKD MONEY. Remittances may be made by draft, money order or registered letter, at our risk. Give postofSce address in full, including state and county, and address J. WEST GOODWIN, Sedalia, Mo. WEEKLY BAZOO. bEDALlA MO. TUESDAY, JULY 3t 1883. PULPIT TOPICS. We are told, anil the fact is univers ally admitted, that the pulpit is an educator. Possibly the pulpit under stands its own business, and needs no instruction from the secular press. Still the press is an educator, too, and educators ought to have quiet pleas ant talks together. The press and the pulpit ought to be on exceedingly good terms. Both seek...

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