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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 16 October 1883

r THE SEDALIA. WEEKLY J3AZUU, xuisplJAxy iwxvj.cj.n, 10, iqqq. i i Written For the Sunday Morning Bazoo. BETTER THESE THINGS. Better to reckon a man by his deeds, By his birih, or his health, r even the pride in his station he feels, Than merely his wealth. Better to boast of his courage, or zeal, His heart that is bold, Than gauge him alone by the weight ot his purse, Or glitter of gold. Better to test by the strength of his will, The toil of his hands, Than servilely yield to a homage because Of his houses or lands. Better to judge from the prosiest life, Or the humanest need, Thau pass to a man who ever must make His dollars a creed. Better all these the paltriest things, Than only the dearth Of everything else but money, to count A man for his worth Ro?A Pearle. SOCIETY NEWS. lA-nvitrasol interest suitable tor this depart Vr. KeriBiia or neiehbonne places, are re- ictiolly solicited. We want a vivacious, active i.AwntrihutJirT to Sedalia. Address all such wmaunications to Rosa P...

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. — 16 October 1883

6 THE SEDATJA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1883 SIGHING SWAINS, Who, After the Necessary Probation, Became Hap- py Husbands. !Two Brilliant Weddings Wit nesssed by a Bazoo Re porter Last Eve. Brief Account of the Impress ive Ceremonies and a list of Presents. A very elegant wedding took place last sight at the residence of Mr. George Jl cKean, on Massachusetts street, the oc casion being the marriage of Miss Mary, iiis eldest daughter, a well known and ac complished young lady of this city, and Mr. A.Y. Houston, a prominent citizen of Jloustonia. The ceremony was performed at eight o'clock by the Rev. George Beattie in the presence of a large company of relatives jmd friends, t The house was handsomely decorated irith floral designs and presented a very Attractive picture. The bride was attired in a costume of ruby, rhadzamer silk, richly and effectively combined with ruby brocaded velvet. The nnderdress was made with three deep box plaited flounces, with draperies of the bro c...

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. — 16 October 1883

THE SEP ALT A 3EKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1883. r J THB FRA.QRANT WEED. Notable Smokers and Snuff-Takers of Fast Times. Indeed, says the London Telegraph, it is possible that the pipe smoked by Sir Walter Raleigh on the occasion when he made and won his famous bet with Queen Elizabeth may still be extant in some cabinet of the curi ous. Thomas Cooper tried to prore that Shakspcare indulged in the weed; it is certain that he might have done so. Milton and Newton both "took tobacco." Thomas Campbell and William Makepeace Thackeray were all ardent devotees of the pipe-bowl, and Thomas Carlisle, the sage of Chelsea, puffed at a straw in the open street. Lord Beaconsfield loved a good cigar. Mr. Tennyson prefers a pipe. As for literary snuff-takere, their name is legion. Moreover, the practice of snuff-taking at one time em ployed a large number of artists and artificers in painting, enameling, gem setting, engraving and chasing the beautiful and costly works of art, the pride of t...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 16 October 1883

I- 8 THE SEDALIA WE BAZOO. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1883. If 1FREPRE FOR WINTER ! And don't miss attending the New Store's special sale of 'BLA5KHS AND BED COMFORTS ! Thi6 week. Now is the time for housekeepers to lay in their winter supply. .,A10x4 White blanket, $2.50 A Standard Robe Comfort, CI. IX Onr Flannel Department. All wool Red, 25c Medicated Red 40c. All wool White, 30c -to 55c. .Silk, White, 85c to $1. Half wool in plaid and solid colors, 25c. DEESS FLANNELS! A pood fur-triniHied, $4. A handsome beaver, $5 A heavy diagonal, 18.50. An elegant plush-trimmed, $10. Walking Jackets in endless variety, to suit all. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRESS GOODS ! French Serges, 4pc French Cashmeres, 40c to 75c. Gros Grain Silks, in all Ehdes, 75c to $1.65. This will be the grand opening week of the season, and everybody cordially invited to attend. MESSERLT & MEUSCHKE NEW STORE 310 OHIO STREET, WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA MO. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1883. IPENCILINGS. Wanted a boy at the Ba7X)0 offi...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 October 1883

SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. VOLUME 15. SEDALIA, MO., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 183. KU HOPES OP HEAVEN. Third Day's Proceedings of the Cumberland Presbyte rian Synod. Special to the Bazoo. Wasbensburg, Oct. 20. THIRD DAY. The 6ynod was called to order at 9 a. m. by the moderator. Minutes of yesterday read and approved. The report of the committee on missions was read and discussed, and on motion was made the special order of business for 7 p. in. Bev. Edmund Wright, agent of the American Bible society, was invited to ad dress the synod at 'l o'clock, p. m. AFTERNOON SESSION. At 1:30 o'clock the synod was called to order by the moderator. The report of the committee on temper ance was again taken up and the following paper adopted : In lieu of the report and substitute of the committee on temperance, I move that this P. a. synod endorse tne action ol tne last assem bly on the subject matter of temperance. W. W. M. Barber The committee on minutes ot Bocky Mountain Presbytery, reported by its cha...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 October 1883

v TH& SEDALIA WEpKL TUJtfSAX, uqruiiiKK JHjjw at t ' J " 11 , - 1- - 4? 1: f r; r - . - . k . - - - - t : m - - - .9 ' A NEW TOHfE SO v AL. u High Iafe" in Gotham Agitated Over a Domestic Bapore. N. Y. Letter to the Cincinnati .News-Journal. The'gogsips of the high' social circles have just now at sweet bit of scandal .for comments. ;It is fa jery naughty story and concerns only -the most prom inent people, but, of " course," it is so naughty that it is as yet only whisper ed about in drawing rooms, and quietly canvassed in all its details at the clubs. While it may" be without foundation, or may have been the invention of some enemy of the two eminent fami lies, still it must be said tha: its believ ers are many, both of those who are friends and foes of the two houses. ' The story may be told after a brief fashion. A certain ladv, the wife of an eniment gentleman of England, who for the present shall be nameless, tame here during the past summer. Having been born m this countr...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 October 1883

T-r THE STCh A f if A WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER Q3, 1883. J RICH HILL RACKET. The Completion of the Water Works at the Enormous Cost of $100,000. A Batch of Personal Mention and Other Items of Interest. Special Correspondence of the Bazoo. Rich Hill, Oct. 16. Mr. J. M. Wise spent Saturday in Kansas City. Postmaster Hill, of Hume, was in the city Thursday last. Col. Kollkenbeck is again able to be around, after a four weeks1 illness. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Templeton have re turned from a lengthy visit to Ohio. Mr. H. G. Spraker returned Tuesday, from a visit to his parents in Illinois. Harry Pentxer, of Butler, was in the city Sunday circulating among friends. Col. Bowell returned Wednesday from a two weeks' business trip to Gallatin, Mo. Saturdav was the Rich Hill Coal com pany's pay-Jay and a large crowd was in town. Mrs. A. C. Kuher is adding a new brick addition to her house on Sixth street. The city is putting down new crossings on the crossings of Park avenue and Sixth strees. ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 October 1883

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1 883. S ED ALIA Publisher: J. WEST GOODWIN. TEBMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONS Oaily, including Sunday, per Tear.....tlO Mj Stum day edition, per year. 2 50 Weekly. 52 numbers, per Year Oaily, delivered, per week 1 oo 25 KEWS DEALERS steffiriarr? supplied at 2 cents per copy. All subscriptions payable in advance, and discontinued at the end of time paid for. HOW TO SEND MOXEY. Remittances ntay be made by draft, money order or registered letter, at our risk. Give posxorace aauress in lull, iucluufng state and J. VEST GO JDWIX, Sedalia, Mo. WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1SS3. UNIFORM TIME. The agreement of the rail rcay time convention at Chicago last week is a long step iu the right direction. It was there announced that companies running 75.000 miles of railroad had agreed to adopt the standard time, and the convention voted i hat the new system should take effect November 18, or whenever the next time sched ule made by the diff...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 October 1883

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1883 5 Written for the Sunday Morning Bazoo. UNHEEDED. I never meant to pain your heart With that swift idle speech ; But ah ! how vainly we recall, When once beyond the reach. A heart beat, more or less perhaps, A quick, hot flush of pride, And forth there springs the bitter words Which we well nigh had died At other times, ere giving life, And counted less than naught. Because, with ail our being, love And tenderness is fraught. These eyes ot mine are wet with tears, These hours of mine are sad, And nothing gilds with sun or shine And nothing makes me glad. For still I hear that broken tone With quick emotion stirred, The mournful glance of sad surprise, As if the ear had heard But feiied to comprehend it quite. Ah! mine life-long regret, Those eyes were closed in death, alas ! Ere we again had met. And stilled the voice that I had loved And fondly hoped would live To answer b:ck wiih tender tones The heart's sad prayer, "forgive !" O...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 October 1883

i ' I 4 -! 6 THE SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 33, 1883. 4 I LEGAL LUMINARIES Express Their Opinion on the Decision of the United States Supreme Court. Which Declares the Oiyil Rights Bill to be Unconstitutional. An Interesting Interview "with Sedalia Lawyers on the Recent Decision. The decision of the supreme court of the United States on the 15th inst , declaring tiie unconstitutionality of the civil rights bill, caused a flutter of excitement all over the country, and a Bazoo reporter yester day started'out to get the opinions of the leading attorneys of Sedalia in the premises, sce of whom were found, while others were either absent from the city or could Dot be ran down by the news gatherer. The law was passed some years ago, and lias been the cause of .no little consideration at the hands of the people; and while the general tenor of the act of congress referred to has produced very lit tie disturbance throughout the. land, yet iui9 decision .declaring lis annuiuty Dri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 October 1883

THE SEDAIilA WE iY BAZOO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2H, 1883. 4 r Romance of A Poor Young- Man. "Texas Sittings AnAusfin street cr stopped to a siding ' -There was a lotfgsKaiti. .Hut one 8dlitarjvli8tless pasiehgeV'ifa'Ha'bit- ed the car. He gazed out of the window at the corneous autumn scenery on the sidewarJk dry goods finitfiR and neanilt Stands. I wasn't brought up to whack a mulei" said the driver, suddenly puttiug'bis bead in1a$ the front door ',! T . jj a!"! if a oi ine car, ana aaaressmg me solitary passenger No? said the solitary one interro gatively. Not ninety. My history is peculiar. Pm a victim of circumstances. Ye3, said the passenger, affirmative- j. " ' f vYe?, you. bet.- I strjick just ,the fullest, paji vinot -delitious lrind of iuek. My father was one of the solid men ofT Jackson. . You. could't prv him offiisfiiiaflcml feet with a jack- screw. He was a widower, and 1 was his heir apparent. But it wasn't apparent long. No, the rose colored drea evaporated. ; Just about t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 October 1883

8 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 18S3. r 1 I r, -t. f 8 IKv. l r C 1 c: ir J V s I If -t tc fd. l. ea O COMPETTON By our special sale last week. The rush at our store was immense. Every body appreciated the grand ba' gains they received, and to keep up the boom we will for this week make war on the CLOAK TRADE! CORSET STYLES -LOW PRICES ! Jackets $3, Cloaks f 4, Dolmans f 5. Our fur-trimmed, diagonal cloth Dolmans at f9, can't be equaled for the price. Our $9 Walking Jacket is a beauty. Fine Hand-knit Hoods Direct from Toledo ! An elegant selection and some grand sizes, at prices ranging from Si to S4 eac MESSERLY & MEUSCHEE'S UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT Contains the only complete line in the city. Ladies' all wool scarlet suits $2.50, to 7.50. Our 60c Merino Vest would be cheap at 75c. Children's suits in scarlet and white. Our saleslady has charge of this department. FRENCH AND CASHMERE HOSIERY Everybody invited to visit our house this week. It will pay you. NEW STORE...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 30 October 1883

WEEKLY BAZOO. VOLUME 15. SEDALIA, MO., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1883. NUMBER -22. SEDALIA i THE ALTON'S ACCIDENT, "in regard to the investigation now being made by that officer into fraudulent opera- tions in pensions. The d'Slrict attorney A Passenger Train Derailed says a larg-, number of attorneys have en T . , t i gaged in fraudulent practices, and he has Near Kansas City .Last Night -on the Chicago & Alton. Many Injured Wtale Discussing Their Seef Steak and Coffee at Supper. A Fpecial Train Sent to ;he Wreck With Surgaons to Care f r the Maimed and Dying. Special to the Bazoo. Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 2$. The west bound mail train from St.Luis to Kansas City, on the Chicago & Alton railroad, was ditched last eyening, just west of Glendale station, fifteen miles east of Kansas City, BY A LANDSLIDE, or the spreading of the rail. The dining car and two coache; went off the track and were dragged along quite a distance on their sides. Twenty passengers were wound ed, and several ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 30 October 1883

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1883. POETICAL SAL AX). A SIMILAR CASE. .lack, I hear you have gone and done it, Yes, I know, most fellows will , Went and tried it once myself, sir, Though you see I'm siugle still. And you met her did you tell me '.' Down at Brighton last July. And resolved to ask the auction At a soiree? So did I. 1 suppose you left the ballroom, With us music and its light; For they say love's tiame is brightest In the darkness of the night. Well, you walked along together, Overhead, the starlit skv ; And, I'll bet Old man, confess it You were frightened. So was I. So you strolled along the ten-ace, Saw the summer moonlight pour AH its radienee on the waters As they Tippled on the shore : Till at length you gathered courage, When you saw that none were aigh I id you draw her close and tell her 'J lint you loved her So did I. Well. I needn't asc you futther, And Vn: sure J -wish you j y : Think I'll wander dowu "slid see you When you're warne Eh, my ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 30 October 1883

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1883. 3 FOREST THE FRAUD, fc e Deserts His Wife and Leaves Her With Tnree Small Chil- dren to Take Care Of. - It became whispered around a day or Itwo ago that a lady living on .bast Mam street, between Lamiue and Massachusetts streets, had been deserted by her husband, and a Bazoo reporter, scenting an item started out on a tour of investigation. It was soon learned that no such female jlived in that quarter, but after much quiz jzing of different people the fact was gleaned that a widow j) laay, tue one in question, had removed to Last fcedalia. Taking this as a pointer the Bazooite pursued the investiga Ion and soon located tu vr. TTnt line iiU) , -iViio. ajk-i4.iv. -J. uii m 't t.w street, two doors soutn of hast Third. AcL-ii-itr Jr; h.irot. if tliMr wi t Uc,an fKi0 between herself and husband, he related the following storv to the scribe ''Several years ago 1 was mariied to C. forest, and afterwards we iv moved to Aurora Springs, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 30 October 1883

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1883 S ED ALIA BAZOO Publisher: J. WEST GOODWIN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Oftfly, including Sunday, per year.....$IO OO Sunday edition per year.. 2 SO Weekly, 52 numbers, per year.......... 1 OO Daily, delivered, per week 5 NEWS DEALERS sjesrularly supplied at2J cents per copy. All subscriptions payable in advance, and discontinued at tho end of time paid for. HOW TO SEND MONEY. Rpmlttflnrpa nv Vi imirln 1v Hrnft: mnnnr Ol der or registered letter, at otirrisk. Give wuci ur icisicruu iuiu;r, im our nan. vxve t gjUftS full, including state and J. VEST GOODWIN'. Sedalia, Mo. WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1SS3. A JUST VERDICT. t t?M w n "v for an eye," but in this day when "men have sought out many inventions" we are satisfied, or at least should be, with simple justice. Ten years ago Col. Williams o Monroe County, this state, finding himself too old and infirm to attend to his wants and having in vain sought among his rel...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 30 October 1883

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDA 3T, OCTOBER 30, 1883. SOCIETY NEWS. Any items of Interest suitable for this depart ment, from Sedalia or neighboring places, are re ipectfully solicited. We want a vivacious, active ind cheery lady correspondent in all the neighbor lag towns tributary to Sedaiia. Address all such tommunications to Rosa Pearle, society reporter, Basoo office, Sedaiia. Mo.l SEDALIA. Mrs. C. A. Chaney is the guest of friends in Lamonte. Mrs. Maay Chilton is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Cully. Miss Sallie Garduer, of Clinton, was in the city last Wednesday. Miss Julia Hopkins, attended the Syn od held at Marshall, last week. Mrs. Wolf, of Lamar, will be the guest of Mrs. Jas. Story during this week. Mrs. S. E. Anthony, of Aurora Springs, is the guest of relatives :n this city. Miss Ada Bouldin was the guest of her sister Mrs. Herbert Marean, last week. Mr. and Mrs. John K Gee, of Bloom- ington, 111., are guests of the family of P. .Rockwell. Mrs. David Harrison left f...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 30 October 1883

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1883. WEDDED ON WEDNESDAY j ingover a full box plaiting at the bottom. Uhe silk, plain basque with falling TWO LOVing Hearts Entwined ; snsh over drapery at the back, looped at , . -aAM. the right side with rosettes, tne Jront and tO 3eaTi m JrerieCL i .oers finished with deep sagging puns, UniSOn. i irridpscent buttons. . I Miss Isabei Daniels, black satin and ! brocade costume. The underskirt was of w r xr,-,4-?oio cniflm be Mitiu with a polonaise of the brocade, The Shaw-Parker Nuptials Solem- , . . f n , ized Last Night Toilets ! jnt7 to t- e bottom of the underskirt; cnt- Prpppntn "Rfcr ' jpp1 hnifnnc; qiu! npp.k and sleeves hnishea It is said in Oriental lore th t nature weeps when the brightest and most beauti ful mniden is won from the ranks of her ina.es. and truly, last night, the assertion Was proven true, for rain came down in ov. oKrmflMiire ahhonsrh the occasion was the toiu notable one of the season, it be- 1 I steel butt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 30 October 1883

7 FOB BUSSING WIFE. HIS A Remarkable and Laughable Scene in a St. Petersburg Court. Moscow News. There have been niaay cases in which kisses have been considered in courts of justice, and not only consider ed, but valued in money and paid for. But we have never heard until now that husbands could be sentenced for kissing their wives. The district court of this city, by a recent decision now warns all husbands that it is not always safe for them to kis3 even their own lawful wives. On Aug. 6, the cast- of KochergiD vs Kochenrin was tiinl in the dis trict court. Caihaiine Kocberein sued her husband, Ivan Kochenrin, for 1,000 roubles, due on two bills of exchange given by him to her. The plaintiff, a youuir and pretty wo man, and well dressed, appeared in person. Ivan Kucherpin, cried the courl. In answer to the defendant appear ed. He was a ii!ei chant of middle age, with manners characteristic of his class. Be was in a jolly stale. Here we are. he said, coming up before the bench, a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 30 October 1883

8 THE SEP AT J A WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1883. DRESS GOODS, DRESS GOODS. Isow is the season for Woolen Goods, and in order to meet the wants of the people, we have made extra purchases in this line. Everj thing new and desirable can be seen on our counters. 2ew Flannel Suitings New Colored Cashmeres New Serges New Velvets New Ottomans New Jamestowns New Silks New Satins New Brocaded Silks New Plaids Two solid cases of our popular yard-wide Cashmeres in all the new shades to again be let out at 25c a yard. All the newest trimmings to match. Ladies' and Children's Underwear. Complete line in merino and fine goods in white and scarlet. The best 50c merino vest in the city. A saleslady has charge of this department. BLANKETS AD BED COMFORTS. White Blankets $2 Good Robe Comfort 81 All-Wool Blankets $5 Standard Comfort SI. 60 Grey Blankets $2 Fancy Oil Robe Comforts $2.25 to $4 Now is the time for housekeepers to lay in their winter supply. New Cloaks. New Dolmans, The largest ...

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