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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 29 January 1884

THE SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1884. Written for the Sunday Mo ning Bazoo. LOREEN. "She is so old now, she is no cold now, Gray on her hair?" Aye, it is true, sir, woe with its rue, sir, Brought its despair. Once she was sweetest, aye, and the neatest Maid in the town ; Foot it was lightest, forehead the whitest, Smart was her gown. Eyes like the starlight, hair like the sunlight. dr-.tcf. in her mien. Voice like the wind bells sounding in seashells, She was a queen. V.'hat did so change her, make her a stranger Ever to joy ? A'u, the old story, love with its glory And its alloy One came a-wooing, gallant and sueing, Fair as a god Belter he'd stayed her and they had laid her Down neath the sod. Fr when he'd won her, then did he shun her, Left her alone ; 9xya of heart-breaking, nights of sad waking, Still did she moan. TbeH went the starlight and the glad sunlight From eyea and hair; jlBd she giew" colder as i-he grew older, Burthened with care. And she lecame, sir ho...

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. — 29 January 1884

6 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOOs TUESDA 5T, JANUARY 29, 1884. HALF A MILLION. 3frs. Mary Kennedy, of New Orleans, Wills $500,000 to the Catholic Church. The Will tc be Contested Miss Mary Flaven, of this City, Largely Interested. interview With the Young- Lady A Level Headed School Ma'am Facts Elicited. Mrs. Mary Kennedy, who was a resident f New Orleans, died last spring. She had no ihildren and willed her property, amounting to $500,000, to the Catholic church, ol which she vas a devout member, and to henevoleut societies. The popu larity and philanthropy ot Mrs Kennedy Jiave caused the citizens of New Orleans to commence a stately monument in one of the nest fashionable portions of the city to her Memory. As Mrs. Kennedy died childless, her large -estate would naturally come to her only brother, James FJaven, of Vicksbuxg, Miss. Be died some years ago of yellow fever. The children of Mr. Flaven are J!ihs Mary Flaven, a teacher in fee public schools of Ssdalia ; Charles Flaven, clerk i...

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. — 29 January 1884

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1884. A STOKEN DUKE. Brigands Capture an Italian Noble man The Treatment he Received. New York Herald. The duke of Calvino, who was cap tured by brigads in the neighborhood f Trapani. has been reh ased by his captors on payment of a ransom of i50,000f. by his family, who never expected to see him alive again, he being very obese, advanced in age and afflicted with a nervous maladj He had passed tbirty-five days with the brigands, and, strange to say,the treatment he had received, though by no means pleasant, has had the effect of completely curing him. The duke relates that the night when he was taken he was put on kor?eback and made to ride till next morning, when the brigands stopped &i a kind of warehouse. There he re mained the first. (!:ty and wrote at his captors' dictation, a letter to his fam ily asking them to send the above namtd ransom. In tise evening tt:e journey was resumed, and as the rain was falling in torrent the d...

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. — 29 January 1884

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1884. 5STI-C3" CP -TCT-CT1TX7- T3 A "TCI PT" T FPO OTTT? T? "R1 A TTT'TP S - Everybody in Sedalia and Pettis county can become a stockholder and receive dividends eTery day and at the close of every nurehase of Dry Goods anil Notions from the wide awake and progressive NEW STORE. MESSERLY & MEUSCHIIE Hare now on exhibition the finest stock of Embroideries, ever shown in the city. Elegant wide Flouncings, Antique Points, Irish Points, and all the newest Novelties of the season. The ladies cordially invited to come and Inspect tlilf stock. Seven cases standard prints, fc "One case Ginghams, os. One case Linen Crah, oc. DEESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS ! ! This depertment has again been replenished with thf finest new oods for the coming teason. We are New York's he'dpuarterx for the celebrated James town Worsted. Every yard guaranteed not to fade r shrink. Alpacas, ltc. Brocades, 15c. Cashmeres, 20. Fancy Suiting. 1 Pongee Silk, 33o to 7c Bl...

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. — 5 February 1884

I, SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. VOLUME 15. SEDALIA, MO., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1884. NUMBER 36. COURTS OP JUSTICE. Suit Against the City Lost Frank Bell Bound Over to the Crim inal Court Paxton vs. Gray. Yesterday furnished scenes of unusual in terest in the several justices' courts of the city, the attendance of spectators in each case being of more than ordinary propor tions. Different lawyers ponnded and ex pounded the law. Various witnesses were duly coaxed or bagered according to usual precedent ; the justices sat solemnly listing with due patience to the war of words, and spectators heard,with more or less interest, the testimony of witnesses and the speeches of attorneys. paxton's pique. There was fa cloud ot witnesses" from Georgetown yesterday to testify in the case wherein Mr. Paxton, of that place, brought suit against Constable Gray, of Georgetown, charging him with making an excessive levy to satisfy a judg ment. A. jury was summoned, witnesses sworn, lawyers made their harangu...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 5 February 1884

. i mm T m a V T W mmr 1 1 I 9 j THE SEDAIilA WEEKLY 13AZUU, jbuajax j, xoo. MAY MUSICAL FESTIVAL. Preparation for aMagniflcant tertainment at St. Louis Next May. St. Loals Evening Chronicle. Ell. THE OLDEST WOMAN LOUIS. IN ST. and political elements with which daily newspapers nave to aeai. If Dr. Wood was not uum newananer office he entered one at the earliest opportunity. While yet a boy, in New Hampsnire. ne mis editor and proprieior or a weekly newspaper. From there he went to for a Npw York, where he was lor m&ny inusical festival on a large scale to be veara connected with the Tribune, nm erven in this city next May. The St as reporter and later mgnt eairor. Louis Musical Union, the Henry Shaw Shortly after Charles A. Dana betame Kusical Society and the newly organ- editor of the bun, Amos uumuuug h amateur orchestra, are the lead- was made its managing editor. Cum ins spirits in the enterprise. The plan mings wanted "one more man trom s at present unaer discussion is to ...

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. — 5 February 1884

.3 AT EVEN-TIDE. "We aeet again in the meadow sweet ; We meet when the Iolr, long years Rzrz borne away on their laggard feet tihid jouth with its smile.4 and tears. We have chang'd, dear love, both jou and I, Fioni that which we ufied to be, And the idols of each all scattered lie On the shrines where we bowed the knee Hat forth again M us wander, dear. An of old, handclasp'd in hand, Wkere the flowers that bloom when autumn is here Are all bright o'er the meadow-land. Tke asters are blown on the browning .sod, And over the open j.lairi 3jW r yellow sheet of the golden rod, All starred with the dark vervain. See ! the stars are lit in the sky, dear love ; And the winds as they softly blow, fiee a worldless pray'r to the God above From the heart of the world below. Let the past le dead, aye, evermore ! For the pr- sent alone is ours ; Tnongh faded the garlands life's summer wore We will gather its autumn flower. Harry Hopemore. BERRY, OF OARROLLTON. Speaker Carlisle and His G-ranpre...

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. — 5 February 1884

SEDALIA BAZOO PtAlMlMR h WEST GOODWIN. TEBMI OF SUBSCRIPTION O&nv, Including? fetraday.per year.. ...(10 00 Sunday edition, per year.......;... 2 50 Weekly, 52 numbers, per year..., 100 ?afly, delivered, per week. 25 NEWS DEALERS Regularly supplied at cents per copy. JLll subscriptions payable In advance, ana discontinued at the end of time paid for. HOW TO SEND MONEY. Remittances may be made by draft, money order or registered letter, at our risk. Give postoffice address in full, including state ana coujity, and address Sedalia, Mo. WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1884. Sergeant Mason does not draw like a porous plaster at the Bowery museum. The Mayor of Schenectady has joined the Salvation Army. THE SED ALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TTJESDA 5T, FEBRUARY 5, 1884. John W. Mackay began life as a bar tender, and is now worth ever so manv millions of dollars. A boy in New York bought and read fifteen five cent novels, and then deliberately murdered his employer all in four we...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 5 February 1884

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1884. for Parsons brief stay. Written for the Sunday Morning Bazoo. the daily paper. Who of the many taking up at morn The daily paper with its world of news. Cares, much lesa thinks, of what grim toil 'twas born, k What, zealous care its pages doth infuse? flee is the message from across the sea Before you saw it many hands had wrought The tocsin of some hard won liberty, w fiery battles which in vain were fought. Here is the fray in which sme life was lost, Ihe glow if fire vh.ch reigned just yon a king ; The tale of blood, of some soul tempest-tossed; The deeds of daring which through time may ring. Here is the throe which makes a nation great, Some grand progression on the road to right ; A faithful record of affairs of state, A leader pointing to the Star of Light. There is the peace of cjuiet conrent halls, The wondrous music of a gifted toico ; The sculptured beauty of some palace walls, The friend whose coming made the heart rej...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 5 February 1884

6 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, EEBHUARY 5, 1884. PASSENGERS IN PERIL. Serious Accident to a West Bound Pacific Passenger Train Yesterday. accident to ill -was on its while near Bnprineer Jackson and Jj'ireman Brooks Sustain Serious Injuries There were rumors yesterday afternoon of an accident to the Missouri Pacific passenger train coining west from Si. Louis. Those who assembled at the depot read the statement ou the bulletin board tksit the train would he ''indefinitely late" in reching Sedalia, and further that a train for Kansas City would be made up iere and leave at 4:45 p. ru. At that lime an engine, baggage car, and two passenger coachfs c me up to the depot, passengers bound west got aboard, and the train moved off. The facts regarding the train are that as it wav westward, and the Gasconade river, eighty-eigt miles from St. Louis, a large boulder became de lached from a bluff bv the side of the track and rolled in front of the train. The en--gine dashed against the s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 5 February 1884

THE SED ALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1884. 7 POKER PLAYING. Wholesale Ruination of Men the Capital of Kentucky. at Fraakfort Correspondence Courier-Journal. The number of men that have been ruined by indulgence in this game I Their nme is Jegion. One of the saddest cass that occurs to me is that young lawyer in Louisville, who was forced to leave, owing so many people money. The poor devil got published in the papers, and every man who had ever loaned him a cent hastened to herald the fact to the world. He was of more than usual learning, both le gal and scientific, and was universally liked. He took a turn at politics, and came up here. He got to playing poker. I sat liehind his cnair one night and saw him lose $500. They say he lost two or three times that sum before he left. He got a taste for gambling, and when he went back to f ouiaville he took to faro. He is now a wanderer from home Tuined for life, wiih the weight of overwhelming debts pressing him down and hundre...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 5 February 1884

8 THE SEP AT J A. WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1884. Everybody in Sedalia and Pettis county can become a stockholder and receive dividends every dav and at the close of every nurchase of Dry Goods and KotiouB from the wide awake and progressive NEW S'TOKE. MESSERLY & MEUSCHKE HaTe now on exhibition the finest stock of Embroideries, ever shown in the city. Elegant wide Flouucing, Antique Points, Irish Points, and all the newest Novelties of the season. The Jadies cordiallv invited to come and Inspect this nock. Seven cases? standard iinuts. 5c. Linen Crash, 5c. One cate Ginghams, 5c. One case DRESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS ! ! This depertment has again been replenished with thf finest new goods for the coining season. We are New York's he-'lpuarters for the celebrated James town Worsted. Every yard guaranteed not to fade or shrink. Alpacas, 10c. Brocades, 15c. Cashmeres, 20. Fancy Suiting, 25. Pongee Silk, I'm to 70c Blankets ! Comforts I Housekeepers, Hotelkeejvers and Merchant...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 12 February 1884

SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. VOLUME 15. SEDALIA, MO., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1884. DUMBER 37. A ST. JOE SCANDAL. A Very Unusual Case of Abduc tion Seduction and Marriage in High Lite. Special to the Bazoo. St. Joseph, Feb 9. seduction here this The sequel to a sensational and abduction case was reached afternoon. On Tuesday last Lewis Bulling and Michael McCabe, well known young men and sons of prominent citizens, were arrest ed on the charge of abducting and de bauching Emma McAfTee aged nineteen, and Flora Brown aged sixteen. The affair created great excitement, owing to the prominenee of the parties, and since that day it has been the one theme of conversa tion in social circles. The young men were admitted to bond In the sum of $500 each, and their exami nation set for the 13th inst. It was the almost universal opinion that the defendants would forfeit their bond, uut contrary to ail expectations the? remained in the city and this afternoon were united in marriage to their victims, the ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 12 February 1884

2 A LOCAL ROMANCE. How A Tramp won The JiOve A Cincinnati Belle. Of He is Rewarded With a Beautiful .Bride For Cleaning the Snow From Her Mother's Pavement. Some one has said that "a woman's sympathy is greater than her love, unless her love, has its origin in sympathy. As to the truth or correctness of the proposition much an he said. Whether or not a case wkich came to the ears of a reporter is an exception to the rule or demon strates the truth of the philosophical expression quoted is a question, yet ine tact remains tnat a woman s sympathy caused her to dare the wrath of an indignant mother and act eontrary to the wishes of several incensed big brothers, It is a romantic story with a happy ending, and, to make il all the more interest jug, it is truthful and not a creature of some one's imaginative brain. One morning, a year or more ago, a young man applied at the back door of a more than comfortable if not pal atial residence for permission to clean from the sidewalk the snow ...

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 1884

, . -"k 3 rTBALWEEKLT BAZOO, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1884. - . M " LAFFERTY'S LAY OUT. A Fmootli-Tongued Flat-Iron Man's Sudden Departure From Cole Camp. Exposure of a Black-Hearted Scoundrel Who Worked the Pious Racket. Compelled to Promise to Marry Girl He Seduced Letter From Her Brother. Cole Camp, a thrifty village of some 3o0 inhabitants, is on the line of the narrow gaue railroad running from Sedalia to Warsaw. The town is distant twenty miles from Sedalia, and is growing and prosper ing finely. , Cole Camp was recently stirred to nnwonted excitement and indignation over the exposure of a rascal's heartless vil lainy and a -woman's weakness. On the 18th of December last, the vil- ;...J K.. til l c ri t llnu n;tr Bge WaS ViSUeu uj mc iw u'"" xative. He was a man of medium size, rnddy complexion, good looking, neatly dressed, of polite, gentlemanly and capti vating address, aHd he gave his name as S. A. Lafferty. His age was about forty years. With him was A PRETTY YOUNG LADY of s...

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 1884

4 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, FEBHUAEY 12, 1884. SEDALIA BAZOO PafcliBSSE & WSST GOODWIN. TEIMS OF SUBSRPTIOK: OaHf, Including bin-day, pec year fid 0 buauay edition, per year. 2 50 Weekly. 52 number, per year. .., 100 daily, delivered, per week. 25 NEWS UEA.LEE.5 ttegulerly supplied at 2 cents per copy. AH subscription payable in advance, ani discontinued at the end of time paid lor. HOW TO SEND MONEY. emittanccs may 1)0 mado by draft, money erder or rcjeistered. letter, at our riak. Give pos4g-2ce address in full, including state and State university. "Among the audi ence," says the Tribune of that cil, 1 1 were a large number of sealskin sacques. and nearly every lady in attendance had pencil and note book in hand." QQvdfcj, and address J. WEST GOODWIN, Sedall a, Mo. WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA. MO. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 12. 1SS4. W. D. Howell's first contribution to the Atlantic Monthly was declined, aai without thanks, too. Mrs. Edison, the wife of the groat inventor, is said ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 12 February 1884

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1884. SOCIETY NEWS. 'Any items ol Interest suitable lor this depart ment, from Sedalia. or neighboring places, aie re spectfully solicited. We want a vivacious, active and cheery lady correspondent in all the neighbor ing towns triautary; to bedaua. Adrtre?s all sucn co amunications to Ilosa Pearl e, society repot ter, 5azoo omce, bedalia. Mo. I mi - . j.ne weeic nas oiossomea nice tne rose with receptions, etc.. and society has been kept actively engaged in its manifold de mands. The weather has been anything but lovely, yet notwithstanding, every en tertainment last week was unusually well attended. The most of these have been fully given to the public in the columns of the daily papers and but a brief resume is possible in this issue. SEDALIA. Miss Hattie Jaynes spent last week in St. Louis. Mrs. D H. Smith spent yesterday with Mrs. J. R. Barrett. Miss Hattie Marvin is the guest of friends in St. Louis. Mrs J. W. Mills has been quit...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 12 February 1884

6 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY,' FEBRUARY 12, 1884. ROYALLY RECEIVED Were Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Smith at the Residence of J. R. Barrett . Last Evening, Upon Their Return From Vicksburg, Where They Were Wedded Last Thursday. The Toilets Worn The Decora tion of the House List of Guests How the Eve ning Was Spent. Mr. and Mrs D. H. Sinitli, -who were Married h-st Thursday at the family res idence of the bride in Vicksburg, Missis sippi and returned to this city Sunday evening, were last night tendered a very large and elegant reception at the residence f Mr. and Mrs. J. R Barrett. Everything that good taste could suggest aud wealth claim were brought into requisition by Mr. nd Mrs. Barrett, to make the occasion a successful one, and the role of host and hostess was exemplified according to the standard of true hospitality. The residence is large and commodious and its occupants have made it not only an abode of abundance, but one of jrcfinenient and culture as well. To the left of th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 12 February 1884

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY lis, 1884. 7 i 1 SAMPLES OF STYLE. Dickens, Dumas, Pere, and Charles Beade Successfully Imitated. Ttx&s Sittings. How shall I cultivate a correct lit erary style ? wrote a youth, just bud ding into 'man hood, to a certain col- We nrofessor. Read the works of the best writers the old masters of the English lan lgti&ge, was the encouraging repl?. The youth read loner and carefully and pondered deeply on the advice of his old proceptor. loen ne drew some broad sheets of paper toward him and rrote : Ikv Style of Dickens : Hurrah for Jog ! let everv schoolboy's Toice be raised for Jog Joggins I Let the little birds pipe paeans of praise to Jog Joggins, the old village sex ton, who was on his way to the little stone churcn to ring the Matin bells on this wholy Christmas morn. His long, gray hair was tossed around his wrinkled face by the same frolicsome wind that chased the dead leaves across the lea, and drove them in r heaps into the f...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 12 February 1884

8 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY. EEBKTJARY 12, 1884. JAMESTOWN WORSTEDS AT- MSSSEHLY & MEUSCHKE'S These celebrated goods can now lie seen on our counters. All tbe newest .shadea for the coming season represented. Everv jar l wararted last color and not to FhnpK from wasnnig. Altogether, thev are the beM uiediuxn priced soods in America. 1 Case Assorted Suitings 2ocl Case Assorted SiiifcinsfsSac 1 Case Assorted Suitings 30c 1 1 Case Fancies 40c to 75 c FRANK B.MEYER& CO Have on thei. counters S5.C03 in Dress Goods and Silts. FRANK B. MEYER & CO. 2ss on their counters SJ.Ow in FI: incls. water- and Cassinieres, FRANK B. MEYER & CO. p--rOTfiTO,JinT:,,,'eUDe,,sTo,re,-FRANKB. MEYER & CO. 2ZS!mm ial"' c,Mts-Dr" FRANK B. MEYER & CO. SSKSi2r,r s" ' FRANK B MEYER & CO sa1oatheirco,m FRANK B. MEYER & CO. jsinunjVhv,v TP. HE IB EOI 3D IE IR, IESI FRANK B. MEYER & CO. &?M""!!BS,inI,M',:"l:'"s and FRANK B. METER & CO. gsjz" FPANIf 13 JPt CCi Have o...

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