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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 2 October 1883

SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. VOLUME 15. SEDALIA, MO., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1883. NUMBER 18. JEFFERSON CITY. A Large Batch of Corpora tions File Articles of Association. A Deep Artesian Well The I O. O. F. New Buildings Notes and Personals. Jeffersox City, Sept. 29. Special to the Bazoo. This morning articles of association were fiied with the secretary of state as follows : Missouri Mutual Telegraph company, capital stock, $20,000. The incorporators are C. Dougherty, W. C. McCreery, E. S, Lemoine. jr., J. E. Towers rind H. E. Lcisey. The principal office or place of business of this company will be located in St. Louis. Teutonia Hall association. St. Louis; cEpital stock, $4,000. The Huntsville Fleming Rake and Stacker Manufacturing company, of Hunts ville, Mo.; capital stock, $10,000. This company is formed lor the purpose of man ufacturing and sel'ing the B. F. Fleming hay rak and straw stacker. The Woolen Manufacturing and Dry Goods company, of Pleasant Hill, filed statement of increase ...

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. — 2 October 1883

! ft 2 THE SDAIJA! WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1883. ' " i MONMOUTH PARK. What New York Sun Reporter Saw at the Races at This Famous Place. the-iortrT race. AsAella fell back want my nobby suit for her. Itebet at the turn and Drake Carier came to , ter waiting on one. Where there's a the front the reporter turned around: As a Sun reporter stood on the platform of a Sixth avenue elevated station, the other day, waiting for a train which would get him down in time to the special for the Monmouth Park race track, rather a prettr young woman of about 20 dropped her ticket into the box. She bosrded the same train and entered the same car, taking a seat next to the reporter. A pair of small, high-heeled Newport ties protruded from beeath a brown foulard skirt with white polka-dots. A low waist of the same material was gathered across the front and back in the Kate Greenaway style? with white openwork yoke and sleeves a quiet and cool costume. Her bonnet was of black straw with trimm...

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. — 2 October 1883

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2; 1883. 3 RICH HILL. All of The News From The "Infant; Wonder 'Jby Tne Bazoo s Correspondent. Currciii'jiitieuce of the iazio. liicu Hill, Mo., Sept. 25. Mrs. A. E. Beat visaed at iiutler sev eral day a this week. bhenll Hanks was in the city Aionoay, looking iur d horse ihicf. A lame nuuiocr oi oar cuizeus number of i T i tended the Kansas Citv fair last week. Dr. W. T Huddle.on and his fair young bride visited friends uud relatives in Kai.as Citv last WeeX. Mr. George Baily was tlirown from a horse Saturday evening and teriously hurt. He is getting along finely. . Mr. J. W. Fowler, iormerly of Sedalia, and 1. C alu-rs urove over to Papins vil!e Friday i-isi on business. Mr.--. W. E. Pi-rce will return to mor luv; irom uu r2l.ntcd visit wiih relatives in Warsaw and jir.uiiib.ii. Mrs. Judge Lane was called to Cir tiiKge Tuesday Just on a. telegram announc ing the severe illness ui her s.ster, Mrs. T. A. Wa-kelicju. Prof. F.trreii, of Wtish...

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. — 2 October 1883

SEDALIA BAZOO MlUhtR J. WSST GOODWIN. TEBHI F SUBACRIFTIOlTs Oailv, including Sunday, per year... ..$10 Sunday edition, per year. 2 oo Weekly, 32 numbers, per year. 1 w Daily, delivered, per weak - KEWS DEA.LKM Sleguiarly sapplied at 2H cents par copy. Ail subscriptions payable in advance, and discontinued at the end of time paid for. HOW TO SEJTD MONEY. Remittances may be made by draft, money rder or registered letter, at our risk. Give postomce addrass in full, including atate and county, and address " J, HTSST GOODWIN. Sedalia,Mo. WEEKLY BAZOO. THESED ALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, lbbd. FOOTUQHT FLASHES. can Review on the lver question We now hope to hear from Senator r Tabor on the more timely topic and the more important issue of the frilled nightmare. SEDALIA. MO. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1883. John C. Gault, late general mana ger of the Wabash road, has been chosen commissioner of the the lines west of the Missouri river. Twenty-five steamers and sixty-two barges and scow...

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. — 2 October 1883

THE SEDALIA WEEEXY BAZOO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1883. Written For the Sunday Morning Bazoo. DO THE YEARS MAKE US OLD? Do the years make us old, I wonder, Or the sorrows that haunt the days, The glonm of the midnight shrouding The gold o the sunset's rajs ? Are the sad good-byes a token, Or the kisses we fondly press On the lips where the seal of silence Has left its stern impress ? Are the cares the heart bears daily 2s o test of the niurch ot age. The credits to grief and anguish, 2s o mar on life's white page? Are the wrongs, and hales, and trials, The bitter and endless pain Of finding our idols broken These wear ou the heart and bia;i. These weigh far more in the balance, Far more than the passing years. Axe counts cot alone by its cycles, But alas ! by its nic;id of tears. " RoiA Pearle. SOCIETY NEWS. Any items ol Interest suitable tor this depart aent, Irom Sedalin or neighboring places, are re spectfully solicited. We want a vivneious, active nd cheery lady correspondent in all...

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. — 2 October 1883

. 6 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1883. DORIS DITCHED. The Second Section of the Cir cus Train Derailed at Boonville. 'Two Employes Injured, Chariots Demolished and Ani mals Crippled. John B. Doris' Inter Ocean show was at Boonville Tuesday, and at 11:30 o'eloek that night the first section of the circus train started for .Sedalia. The second sec tion, in charge of Conductor Jim Mallory, was detained three or four hours, owing to a couple of cars having been derailed while switching in the yards, and it was nearly daylight when the engineer took hold of the throttle and nulled out for this city. Th train consisted of sixtt en carp, and started ro:u the Tipton branch dipot, running out about a mile on :hat track and then struck th" K. & T-, on which it was to ccuie to Sedaiia. While about to run over what is known in railroad parlance as the "Y, a guard rail turned, and three cars were di'clud and two of them almost completely demolished. Or.e of the cars was load...

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. — 2 October 1883

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1883. It OLD TIMES AT CAPE MAY. MISS AYBR'S ROMANCE. translate from those of this morning IN HOC SIGNO VINOES. by way of a sample: is Pro- lific in Reminiscences. Cor. the New York Evening Post. In its reminiscences of old times Cape May is rich and prolific. Its fame as a watering place runs far back, for nearly ihree quarters of a century. Old generals ot the Revolu tion have sauntered on its sands, and naval heroes of 1812, after their sea guns had ceased to echo, brought hither their dames and families for prolific summer sojourns. The first hotel date back to the 'teens of our century. It was for those simple times a pretentious structure, on tne nrl wirli internal accommodations har.Jly bet- ,u,. ,.. w!, Tho vast upper sleeping rcom liad uo sep arate apartmenLs, but merely a set oi partitioned alcoves opening at the top, so that t're ancestral prayers and curtain lectures could be heard from one end to the other. Philadelphia then,...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 2 October 1883

'HE SEDAUA WEEKL PREPARE FOR WINTER ! Special attractions for Housekeepers this week. BLANKETS AND BED COMFORTS. TVe have the biggest pile of Blankets and Comforts ever unloaded in Sedalia and offer them this week at prices to defy conipet ition. CLOAK DEPARTMENT. Is an especial attraction for the ladies. Every care has been taken by our buyer in the selection of the garments, and everyone of them guaranteed as represented, and that our prices are positively the lowest, we" need not repeat, but cordially invite you to call and inspect our mammoth stock and be convivced that we have the Correct Styles and Correct Prices. WOOLEN HOSTEEY For Ladies, Misses and Children. Ladies Remember that we have the only complete Line of Underwear in the city. A Saleslady has charge of this department. 4 --'"' NEW STORE 310 OHIO STREET. MESSERLY & MEUSCHKE WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo- TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1883. Weather fteport. Corrected daily for the Bazoo by C G. Taylor, Horologist and Optician, ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 9 October 1883

WEEKLY BAZOO. VOLUME 15. SEDALIA, MO., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1883. NUMBER 19. SEDALIA CRUSHED CARS, Caused by a Tail End Collision at Lamine Tank Yesterday Morning. . There were three sections of freight train No. 160, which left the yards at 1:45 o' clock yesterday morning, going east, loaded with stock. Engineer Barker, who had charge of the engine which palled the second section, stopped at the Lamine water tank, thirteen miles east of Sedalia, to take water, and it being Terr dark the third section, in charge of Conductor McClure, with Engineer Col lins at the thrott'e, ran into the rear end of section two, completely demolishing the caboose, which afterwards burned, and wrecking three cars of stock. The engineer stuck to his engine and went down an em bankment with her, but was not seriously hurt. The fireman, however, J. H. Mann in attemntini? to iumD. struck his head aginsta part of the tank, inflicting : very revere and painful wound on the lef chtek, immediately under tne eye...

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. — 9 October 1883

2 THE SEDADIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9' 183. PALACE-CAR CHAT. Some of the Boudoirs on Wheels English Tourists and Their Verdancy. Philadelphia Pre?s. "It would take a dav in therecitai, and then fill a big book, to tell of the incidents mat enter into the daily life of a Pullman car," said J. W. Smitt ley, the resident superintendent of the company in Philadelphia, "and then it .would take another and a larger book to co h tain what hadn't been told. As we see it here, the subject seems al most inexhaustible. Even after the thousand and one stories about fat men falling through UDper berths, yelping poodle dogs awaking passen gers at night, maiden ladies losing their false teeth and curled wigs, timid travelers shrieking for the por ten at every stopping place, and the numberless stories that could be woven, from the side fassue3 of these happen ings, the half would not be told. A sleeping-car you must under stand, is, for the time being, the home of the oc upants. It is occ...

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. — 9 October 1883

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1883- 3 BOONVILLE. A Brief Summary of the What Was Done at the Meth odist Conference. A Batch of Interesting News from the Vine Clad City. Special to the Bazoo. Booxville, Oct. 4. Now that conference has adjourned, a brief summary of what was accomplished, and some notice of the more prominent ministers may not be devoid of interest. The Southwest Missouri conference was organized in Boonville in 1870, making its meeting that has just clostd the thirteenth annual session. It was formed by a divis ion of the St Louis conference, and em braces all that portion of Missouri bounded by Kansas on the west, the Missouri river on the north, the Gasconade and Big Pinev rivers and range No. 11 on the east, and the state of Arkansas on the south. The growth of Methodism during the twelve years since the Southwest Missouri confer ence was organized, has been wonderful. In 1871, at the first report, there were 12. 000 members, now there are 19,000 ; ...

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. — 9 October 1883

THE WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1883. SRDATiTA BAZOO PabliihtR J. WX3T OOODWIN. TE1HI OF SUMCKIPTIOXs Dally, including Sunday, per year.. 10 San day edition, per year... 3 5 Weekly. 52 numbers, per year.......... 1 OO Bally, delivered, per week. . 95 KEWS DEAXEKS egtdariy supplied at 2 cents per oopy. All subscriptions payable .in advance, and discontinued at the end of time paid for. HOW TO 6EJTD MONEY. Remittances may be made by draft, money wuer or reKiscerea letter, at our nsic tiive postoffioe address in full, including state and county, and address J. VEIT GOODWIN. Sedalia, Mo. WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALU MO. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1883. A NEW SECT. A new sect known as the Abelians has recently been formed in Western apology officially offered by the presi Massachusetts. There are now so dent of the French republic to the many sects that there is not enough Spanish King is an admission of re Iheology to be divided among them, sponsibility, and indeed the responsi There was a time ...

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. — 9 October 1883

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1883. 5 pedal Correspondence Sunday Morning Bazoo. AN OLD PICTURE. Tis dimmed by time, for many years Have fled since il was taken ; And long ago the sitter slept The sleep that cannot waken. The eyes look out as bright and glad, As eager, frank and fearless, As if they never once had known An hour but what was tearless. And yet and yet they tell me of A day when woe and grieving Came to the owner of those eyes Which there was no reprieving. When shame and sin had like a pall O'erspread the life so fearless, And eyes that once with joy were bright, Were now no longer tearless. When friends that loved grew cold and stern And turned away in sorrow, And nights of woe, but waked upon A drear and cheerless morrow. And then at last a coffin-lid, A face beneath revealing The wondrous mystery when death Has set its fatal sealing. And out, beyond, a lonely graVe All sunken and over-grown With noisome weeds and tangled grass Which Nature's hand ha...

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. — 9 October 1883

THE SEDAU& WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1883. COUNTY COURT. First Day's Procedings of the Men Who Run the Coun ty Business. Boutin e Work All That Character ized the Day's Do ings. The county court met yesterday morning, Hod. Win. Gentry, J. W. Perdue, and F. B. Taylor, judges, C erk Field and Sheriff Conner, being preseDt The greater portion of the morning was spent in ord riDgthe issuance of warrants, of which the following is a brief synopsis: G. C. Heard allowed SI 32, services as county attorney for months of August and September. Warrant of $5 to Eliza Reed, a pauper. Ordered that warrant for $4 issue to Iarv Greer, a pauper. J.'S. McFadden allowed $101 S8, services as superintendent of poor farm. Louisa Johnson, a pauper, allowed $4; and same amount to Joseph Hyde, also a pauper. Warrant ordered to J. K. P. Glascock, assistance to pauper. A warrant for 630 was ordered to be issued to Henry Winer, funds of district 30, township 4(5, range 23, and out of the same distr...

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. — 9 October 1883

THE SED ALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1883. '7 LADIES' PIN MONEY. Curious Ee vices Basorted to by New; Yorlc Women to Baise Money. New York World. The feminine imagination is dis tinctively fertile in resources. Hem med in, hampered and hedged about as women are in the matter of earning a livelihood," they are often ingenius in finding industries to a degree that is astonishing. The universal will which comes from womankind is "How shall I earn money ?" The out let for either activity or genius witn them is bitterly narrow. Thousands ot women in every city who have enough to eat, plenty of fine things to wear, perhaps, and are certain to be comfortably housed, yet plan and de vise and dream of ways of earning a little monev which shall be their own to disburse as they wish, "and no questions asked." Women have shot madly out of tbeir "spheres" that per scribed orbit permitted by fogydom to attempt anything that promises them money of their own earning. The general and inten...

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. — 9 October 1883

s THE SEDATJA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1883. OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT . Is creating such an excitement that it is hard for us to keep up the differ ent colors in the various lines. We are now showing a more elegant and extensive line than ever, and our prices are hard to beat. All Wool Cashmeres, in all the leading shades at 60c, worth 75c. All Wool Cashmeres, in all the leading shades at 75c, worth 90c. Another lot of ourpopular Pin Check Suitings, 40c. Another lot of our Ottoman Suitings, 35c Two solid cases of our -very popular yard wide Cashmeres, in all the late shades, going at 25c NEW PEARL BUCKLES ! NEW BUTTONS! NEW TRIMMINGS ! MESSERLT & MEUSCHKE Invite your speciel attention to the novelties in their CLOAK DEPART MENT. The most extensive line ever shown in Central Missouri. Com petition downed in this line. . Fifty Bplendsi Jacket b, $5. inny ipienaia nous, o. Fifty splendid Dolmans, $5. Twenty eight diagonal Dolmans, trimmed in fur, with large fur collar, o...

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. — 16 October 1883

ar '- I if SEDALIA WEEKLY VOLUME 15. SEDALIA, NUMBER 20. BAZOO WASHINGTON WISDOM. Changes in Department Com manders Made Agree able. General W. T. Sherman will Make His Future Home St. Louis. Washington, Oct. 13. Secretary Folger says he will probably issue a call for the three per cents this afternoon. As the result of further deliberation on the subject, and in accordance with the preferences of Gen. Hancock .ud other of ficers, it has lately been decided that Gen. Hancock shall remain in command of the division of the Atlantic, with headquar ters at New York. Gen. Schofield shall take -.command of the division of Missouri, with headquar ters at Chicago. General Pope succeeds the last named in the command of the Pacific division at San Francisco. , Brigadier General Augur will succeed Major General Pope in the command of the Missouri department, with headquar ters at Fort Leavenworth. TREASURY STATEMENT. The condition of the treasury to-day is as follows: Gold coin and bullion $20...

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. — 16 October 1883

2 THE SEDATJA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1 883. A REFORMED MORMON. The Revolt of a Virtuous Woman and What Game of It A Polyffamist Who Returned His First Love. to saints when the atolt Lake scenes burst Moncure D. Conway writes from upon their vision. The father soon Salt Lake City to the San Francisco followed with the rest of the family. Chronicle : It happens that I am in and they were all speedily absorbed possession of some facts connected into the Mormon community of Salt with the life of two persons which Lake City. casts light upon the inn r life of Mor- One daughter, whom the interest of monism. If in perusing this story my this narrative now follows, became in reader should be inclined to fancy her sixteenth year a beautiful and well that I am trying my hand at romauce, developed maiden. That, I believe, I beg to assure him or her that what is rather an advanced age for even an I am permitted to relate, names of attractive Mormon girl io reach with the persons onl...

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. — 16 October 1883

SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1883. 3 WB4T OPPRB38BS THE LABOR- Joseph Medill, of the Chicago Tri bune, on Wednesday last, gave hia views before the senate labor commit tee of the causes of the impecunious condition of the masses of laborers. He says they are hard up because they do not take care of their earnings, and that they must be taught to save a part of what they earn before they can hope for any improvement. They pay too much for liquor and tobacco. He thinks the amount annually spent in drink is four hundred million dol lars and half as much more goes for tobacco and useless amusements. This, if not a complete exposition of the difficulties under which the working people labor, furnishes all the explanation required. Six hun dred million a year for lager and other beverages, for tobacco and cigars, and for useless amusements ! No wonder the persons paying this enormous tax make little headway pecuniarily. No wonder they consider their lot a hard one. A large ma...

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. — 16 October 1883

EHE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1883. SEDAIilA BAZOO PnbUihtr: J. WEST GOODWIN. TEIMI OF SUBSCRIPTIONS 0Sy, including Sunday, per year..... flO 0 Sunday edition, per year... 2 50 Weekly, 52 number's, per year..,,...... 1 OO iOfeily. delivered, per week. ..... 25 KEWS DEALERS ej?nlarly supplied at 2, cents per" copy. AH subscriptions payable in advance, and discontinued at the end of time paid for. HOW TO SEND MONEY. Remittances majr be made by draft, money order or registered letter, at our risk. Give postomce address in full, including state and county, and address J. H'EST GOODWIN. Sedalia, Mo. WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1883. TIRED OP STRIKES. The national association of window glass workers are tired of strikes. They have tried arbitration instead with poor results. The prices agreed upon at one point are upset by the ac tion of manufacturers at another. Manufacturers attempt to gain advan tage of each other by cutting rates. The cutting of ra...

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