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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 16 July 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. BATES OF ADVERTISING. iaix,y i:azoo: One .-qiiarc, one itihertion. ..... 7.r " three " .. 1 50 " .one reek - 2 5C WEEKLY BAZOO: ')ne square, or Ies, one inversion $1 25 Kai:Ii subsequent iiiH.rtion 75 One square mic time, riailv Jt iveeklv.. J 75 ADDRESS. J. WEST GOODWIN, j Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. i VOLUME X. I DAILY BAZOG Tiie oldest daily paper in the city, a:i-! .?e::sively read throughout the cent it- rtion of the State, l.y business men, am avliing all classes, it oilers inducement. j ndvcrtuens as the best inetlitim tlmut - .. ,. to reach the public. SEDALIA. MISSOURI. TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 16, IS7S. NUMBER 7. r " Wlmvt blmnlU imt hi.t turn I'azfto, Tie .miuh: xhiill jmt be, lifotrrtf THE OBAN GE AND THE GBEEN The danger that threatened Montreal yt:Wnlay has pa&scd, and, fortunately without the loss of life or property. There can be no remedy for the pre vention of these outbreak except that which will be created hy the belliger ents themselves, which can only ...

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. — 16 July 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. SKDAL1A TUESDAY, JULY 10, 187S. THE COHVENTION". The Convention of the Democratic party for 1878 for the State of Mis souri is among the things of the past. The Convention was composed ti n fine body of representative men who met to consult as to the best interests of the party and put forth a platform ot principles upon which the party will stand the ensuing campaign and ' jyaj.e J j,0don, telling him to make Ta mrpn in to-day's naner in'omnnrios .and in anv case, to net the full. The platform,, a gi oe-U one that every patriotic citizen can en- dorse and give a hearty support, The ticket nominated is one ceptionableastoitschamcterand ca - . i nacitv. The convention was unusual - . ly harmonious ami the gentleman se lectcd give very general satisfaction. That it will be elected the most san guine opponent does not dare deny. So hurrah, for the ticket ! About the strangest proceeding in court that is upon record to the pre sent day, is the pleading of Kedimeicr, the mu...

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. — 16 July 1878

PIN OAK'S PABTY. The Love-Driskell Case in Court. Tlie preliminary trial of G. W. Dr'fkell. Koltert Driskell, J.M. Huffman and Martha A. Hart, for an idleRed'assault and battery iiMn the 'person of one T. J. Love, e.unmeiKed this morning before A. War den, justice of the peace. The parties are from Smithton tonl.ip where the seene of the fracas was alx.ut tlie middle of June, a lejiort of which was published in the Bazoo at the lime of the occurrence. A jury was oiled by the defendants nd the case pio- r Ceded. Thoiuax.T. Jmiv. anunil live in Pettis o.nntv seven u.iles south of .Sedalia ; am a school teacher; saw the defendants about the middle of June on the road to my home. Ueorgeai.d RUvt Driskell met me and and asked me to go to the house of Mrs. Hart, and after om talk George struck and kicked me. Mrs. Hart had a hatchet near her. Robert srtid to George "if you can't lick him I can help." Hufiuia-. came around with his sleeves rolled up and said, "if vm fight hack I'll bent yon...

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. — 16 July 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEP ALIA. TUESDAY, JULY 16, 1878. Another Example. An elderly Irtdy living in East Sedalia, about five o'clock, Friday afternoon, wan badly burned by the explosion of a can of kerosene. She was buildicg a fire and wished to expedite matters by a liberal use of the fluid, and the natural result followed. Her clothing took fire and before her friend could render assistance, her left hand and xide were badly burned. Her injnries are very severe but she may be able to recover. People will learn, only by experience, of the danger of this practice. Sunstroke. Yesterday was undoubtedly the warmest day Sedalia has known for a long time. A grat number of persons Buffered severely from the intense heat, but only one case of sunstroke was reported, and that only a very slight one. Officer Allen Conner wax the sufferer, and was overcome with the heat about ten o'clock in the morning, and was forced tc retire from duty. He was taken to his residence north of the railroad and carefu...

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. — 23 July 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. RATXB OF ADVERTISING. DAILY BASOO: One square, one iiiHertion. $ 71 " three " 1 50 one week ................. 2 5C WEEKLY BAZOO: 3ne square, or less, one inversion $1 25 Eack Mbaequeat insertion. 75 3ae square one time, dailv a- weeklv.. 1 75 ADDRESS. T. WEST GOODWJJT, SENSITIVE PEOPLE. Of all the unhappy creatures in tbe world, the sensitive people are the worst. They make their friends un happy and are nuisances to themselves. We seem to be always unsafe with them ; never certain that we have not Unwittingly annoyed or insulted them beyond forgiveness. They seem to be always inviting us to step on their toes, taking it f r granted, and gener ally gratuitously, that we give them no credit for their good intention,'; mis construe their motives; ignore their talents and their claim to respect, and thro cold water on their efforts to please. They are childishly prompt to take offense. If bv force of una voidable circumstances, of home afflic tion, of the pressure of urge...

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. — 23 July 1878

WEEKLY-BAZOO. TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1878. V J WENDELL'S ABSENCE The nivatertotts disappearance of Ferd Wendell still cast a gl(ora over . i. i j the community to which he belonged. He -had been connected with news-J papers in the Mteouri Valley for a great number of years, and was an active member of the Trans-Mississippi Associated Press. The Following, Uken from-the LeanvenwortK Public Pre, his paper, may be ot interest. wi tell. It contains the; facts up to the 17th of this month ; On the alternoon of the 4th inst.. Mr. F. J. Wendell, business manager j prem. C()ns;(iering the roads we of:he Public Press, started for St-1 iaVeV travel. Started out through Louis, on bustness eohnected with thejVeb Pigj and on OTer t,e Hayden paper, it warms intention 10 return home on Sunday, the 7th. unless he should determine to visit Chicago also before his return. Should he go to that city, lie would return home by Thursday, and hearing nothing from him.on Friday the 12th,we addressed a letter to ...

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. — 23 July 1878

BED HOT. Days are These that Upon Ua. are Bow Its Effects in Sedalia and the Neighborhood. The pat three days has firmly convinced the people of thin section that Bob Inger boII's theory is an utter fallacy; We nil now firmly believe in a hell. And with the thermometer 105 in the hade, dare B .ulngercoll to deny it. YeMerdar morning nearly all roe with a prayer upon their lip for rain. The right previous had been the huttrtft ever exjeri encfri in the city, and a goodly number fl-l to Sweet Springs. The sun rose at fierce and hung over the parched earth like a rannfter maw of fire, a on the day pre ceding. All na lured iierxpired wi:h plight wave of moisture that were lajj-ed np in the glowing air and turned to Residing steam. The animal kingdom sweltered anil stifl'ered, ai.d sought refuse in shade and grove where not deprived of liliertv. With the approach of noon the mercury crawled steadily h.uher, and finally marked 100, which wan a higher point than tint reached Saturday. Sot ...

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. — 23 July 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. SKDALIA TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1K78. OUB SUNDAY SERMON. An we luni to look back, last Sabbath blazes in memory like some fiery drag on, and the days that lead to it are scorch ed and blackened by its terrible breath. Hundred have been stricken down without a moment' warning, and tank into the arm? of death without a struggle. There are vacant chain at the table to-dy that last Sabbath were filled with a livirg, breathing, loving presence; and there are heart to day that ache with a sorrow that time can never heal. Human life i well described in allegory lit- ..in v.li 1 1. nl lit!);: Ill :i (It'll . Study, il tlif .itu-.l, :iil isi his !if.iiii In h i v large bridge Ui.t pinncd the terrible a by- of Eternity. It was the Bridge of Life, over which hundred were thronging in the struggle to reach the end. In its floor were daced numerouo invisible traps through which plunged the unfortunate who trod upon them, into the awful gulf below. He noticed that at the beginning of thin...

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. — 6 August 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily paper in the city, au-; xti-iuively read throughout the centra: ortionof the State, by businessmen, and vaching all clauses, it offers inducement; :idvertLx oa the best medium througfc which to reach the public BATES OF ADVERTISING. DAILY BAZOO: One square, one insertion .......... $ 7f " three " .. 1 50 " one week 2 5C WEEKLY BAZOO: One square, or less, one insertion..... SI 25 Each subsequent insertion 75 3ne square one time, daily a weekly.. 1 75 VOLUME X. SEDALIA. MISSOURI. TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 6, IS78. NUMBER 10. TERJ OF SUNDAY HOJUrCiQ RAJOO: One y war, - . . $ 5tf J. WEST GOODWIN, HARVEST HOME. Harvest was originally applied to ikn ivntlif nn r4- 4ftA email rrroitl but of lute years hay and corn and other farm products are included in the term. However, this is the season of the "Harvest Home." The golden grain has been garnered, and the farmer calls in his friends and neighbors to make merry, and rejoice tha...

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. — 6 August 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. 8EDAL1A TUESDAY. AU(3UST 6, 1878. Poor Mexico! But that is like hol low mockery. She has the same sym pathy that is bestowed upon idiot? and crazy people. It is merely a verbal expression of pity for the poor dis tracted country. No doubt the peo ple do the beet that can be done for their country, but from an American stand-point Jt is clothed in wretched seas and bathed in the blood of its sons. From a Mexican stand-point, the United States might appear in a similar light. But that does not ameliorate the condition of "poor Mexico." Insurrection and riots mark its everyday life. Those considered its friends to-day, are regarded as enemies to morrow. It is as uncom mon for a president of that woe-be fallen Republic to die a natural death or serve his term out as it is otherwise in this country. They have been for years trying to solve the the problems of Republican government and are to-day no nearer than when they be gan. It is more of a despotic govern ment than anyt...

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. — 6 August 1878

t CLOSING BCSNX8 Of the Late Congressional Conven tion at Boonviile A Fart that Has not Yet been Published. Ii wan 2:30 p. m., July 25th, 1878, when the result of the l0th ballot was an nounced and no mnlerial change from the one hundred previous ballots. The delegate were nervous. Lightning was about to strike. John Coegrove stepped to the reporter table and was in close con vernation with J. E. Carter, of Jeffeison City. J. IL Johnston, of Cooper, and J. Ed. Belch, of Cole, approached the reporter's table and took seats. Johns! on produced a pencil and com - menced writing : ., , . ,, Evoked, Tint That was all he wrote, when W. H. Pow- ell, of the Pettis delegation, come to his ft -..1.1 I.. . t rmiit..tw v.A,h. . i.i Mr. I raidenl It Srtms to me that this thing has gone long enough this way. We i are here like a lot of school children doing i the name thing over and over again, and ij now give notice that if this convention does 1 not make m nomination bv three o'clock 1 1 , ,, ,...

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. — 6 August 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. SK DAL1A TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1878. OTJB SUNDAY SERMON. We are sailing down tbe atreara of Life, and 8anday is, aa it were, a leading point. Tbe bells, morning and evening, are tokens of arrival and departure. It see ebb like a long ride from one landing to an other, and a happy relief m afforded when we stop for a abort season. We look about, and are apt to wonder bow we were able to make the landing, when our craft waa so beset th danger and trial. We atop but a little time and then push out into the middle of the stream and glide onward in our course. The bell from the belfry rings out tbe a parting, but is little heeded. The singers chant a farewell aong that lingers in the memory, and 'Though we blt forget tbe singers We will aot forget tbe aong," Aa we go on tbe stream becomes narrower, and tbe little daager bell keeps tinkling alarms, and our craft ateera here and there evading tbe aaag that woald sink it, and after a hard trip we anchor at another landing. It app...

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. — 13 August 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BATOO The oldest daily pape in th-ity, ua- xti.j-ively read throughout t centra! ..irtirtu of the State, by bisineaeien, and vnching all classes, it ones imcement . xdvertuer as the best Wdiiujthrougfc which to reach the public. BATES OF ADVERTISING. DAILY BAZOO: One square, one Insertion. $ 11 " three " .. 1 50 " one wh 2 5C weekly BAZOO: Due square, or le, one inerion $1 25 Each eubseo.uent insertion 75 One square one time, lailv & weekly.. 1 75 ADDRESS. J. WEST GOODWIN, VOLUME X. SEDALIA. MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST l, IS7S. NUMBER 11. TEUMS OP SUNDAY 310912 JATOO ui; yar, - - . $2 oil CAMP MEETING. The season of camp meetings is again near at hand, and brings with it znanv sweet memories to devout Methodists. From earliest time.-- this , grove worship had been popular, pleasant and profitable and peculiar alone to the Wesleyan persuasion J and many a Minting soul has leen brought to conviction in these meet ings that might never...

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. — 13 August 1878

WEEHY BAZOO. sa UAL1A XUEgY AUGUST 13, 1878. The xt11' freight rates charged hr6 Union Pacific Railroad have erc.V bitter opposition in San Franciacond in 8ever1 Eastern cities, oe exactions of the railroad manage ftre denounced as exorbitant, and ha8 direct and damaging effect on impotnt branches of trade. What ever object of the company may bt ts policy meets with nothing bat ccksare, and its offer to make yearly contracts for freight at favorable erms, provided the house will agree to ship all their goods by that railroad does not strike merchants generally nor the bosineas public with favor. A great national railway built very largely at the government expense, the receipt of subsides and land grants of immenee value, and still deeply in debt to the nation, certainly ought to be cood acted in a generous and public spirited way. Because it has the power to raise its freight rates and de range the business and embarrass the merchants of a dozen great cities and half the country do...

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. — 13 August 1878

1 THE BAT. Almoat a Fatal Accident. Ease ball i a dangerous as well as a , - , . scientific Kame. and tlios- who do not un ... . . - tleistand it took great chancer of doing .. I were engngea m a game near ue ...m grounds, and a large number of men and boy. were w.tning ... ated on he Kround. not far enough away. The batter, aosoroeu in jus gtme, anu exiiecung 10. 1 , ... ,-, tiiaL-i- n i'immI wfrifcf. did Dot notice II. n ..r . ,,, , : , , around him, and did not hold on to In lixt , , ,, . .. , ... , , , . . , -n. hut allowed it to Mio from hiH h:ind. lhe 1 , . . 1.1,11, ,.,.. ,,,.,,' liHt -.truck a lad hv the name ol Dan (oid 1 . , ... 11 . .1 1 f. 1 , about hi teen yearn old, on the left side of ' hi fare and acroiw the left temple and on the chin, indicting a very dangerous wound. The hoy w.-ih helped to hi home, where he now i. There is no immediate danger of his dying, but it 1 a had wound, cident mav be a lesson to other. Tl : 111a lit- I . 3 J 7.1. T - . , . . ,, I 'v-ooui ...

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. — 13 August 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY, AUGUST 13,1878. OUR SUNDAY 86BK02T. Tbu is the day of weekly rwckoaisg, a day set apart lor oa to revert to the past and coaaider the course panned. Con aciesce k the judge and ex parte evidence only iBtroduced. For those things wilfully done amiss, bo mitigating circumstances can be admitted. A strict account is kept of all delinqaeacies and will coaae up for final adjudication at the last day. Then it behooves all to keep their balance sheets square. It is a dark day when acosanU are presented and we fad that we hare neg lected to make provision for a prompt set tlement. It m like the closing of day when our work m not done. It is like the ap proach of death when we are not prepared for it; like the drooping of a flower neg lected too long. Sunday is a day of grace, and we are surrounded with all the benifi cent influences of life to encourage us, and give us strength to meet our own con sciences. Therefore we should al ways greet the good day with a...

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. — 20 August 1878

Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO The oMest daily pnjier in the city, an-1 -:-.-:'.MVflr read throughout the ceutr.is n ion of the State, by business men, and ru-Miiu all classes, it offers inducement; advertisers as the ll metliuni through viili-h to reach the public. RATE OF ADVEBTISIHGL DAILY BAZOO: One square, one insertion. 7f " three " - 1 50 " one 5C WEEKLY BAZOO : "ne square, or lew, one insertion $1 25 Each subsequent insertion 75 Joe square one time, dailv a weekly.. 1 75 ADDRESS. " J. WEST GOODWIN, volume x. SEDALIA. MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 20, 187S. NUMBER 12. TKRMS OK SUNDAY MORXiXU 'iic vc:r. BAZOO-: WEEKLY BAZOO. THE MIRAGE OF LIFE. Id the long ago, e were Uught that mirage, was located on the great desert. Our childish wonder was excited by the story of the travelers in the des- ert, wfary, worn, seeking vainly tor the saving spring, tortured beyond endurance by the agonies of burning thirst, and how to their longing eyes would cornea vision, beautiful as Pa...

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. — 20 August 1878

4 n r --, e 1 WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1878. THE WOMEN WHO GAMBLE. Eighty thousand Democratic votes J were polled at the late election in Alabama. HowThy Set About It, and How i Fortune Treats ThemSilk-Dreaa-es in Wail Street The Little Wo I man in Gray Woman Policy Their Dreams and Superstitions. The Legislature is almost -N Y S"n- i x J r Villi CwtTl Ktcnu usa.7 jiw.ji enureiy Lretnocratic. . ;, r,.,Mirtl,r for the Sun iiskeil a liroad streets, and found nobotlv willing ? well-known broker recentlv. J to deal with her or to keep her ac- The recent decision of the old cath- i X.t ntnli tiniV!lil:iVr. miiiiurrii ill one oyuuu at sunn, vo auoiun me ti,e flU8h times many of the Ciir sex rule of clerical celibacy is likely to took a flyer once in a while. They lead to a disruption iu the church as didn't run much to stocks iu those days. h wi;r, .;..; r tha umh Gold wa3 their favorite. You re- ....... ... member how the premium used to hop disappeared from the street, ...

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. — 20 August 1878

X f Written for the Bizoo. Social Hop at Lamonte. Tik indeed a special lw of nature that youthful heart and Blinds ever seek to en joy the congenial associations of their fei- loir creatures; and this opKrturiity wasJeven a crashing noise was heard at the certainly given to l,,e pleasure seekers of corner of Third and Ohio, which proved to -1 P . -I . t I -. ... i - r . t y t inn vicimiy, mi xuenusy cteuuig iui in the form of a social dance at the Lamonte (.range ball, under the special auspice of it- if w. ti: . ...i.. k be undertakes a decided success, and this was most certainly not an exception. The ball wax comfortably filled by nine o'clock, and all entered enthusiastically iuto the pleasure!! of moving to the sounds of merry music, until twelve o'clock, when we repaired to the Latuonte hotel, where an excellent supjier awaited us, prepared by the good ladies of that bouse. Returning, to the hall we continued to "trip the light fantastic toe, 'till the wee ma' hours of morn," ...

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. — 20 August 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO, i TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1878. OUR SUNDAY SERMON. j How pleasant it is to sit within the household, when the burden of care is lifted i from the aiind, surrounded by the hippy j association of memory memories that do not have regret. But this more properly belongs to old age, when there is nothing more to do, but to wait for the calling from J the distant shore. We have all seen the old grand-father sitting for hours in the) chimney corner, the place that i always eet . apart for, and held sacred him, with his ( head resting on his hands and gazing va- i cantly on the floor or in the fire. He says nothing, but his mind is active and bis soul - . IT is in communion wun me long ago. ne in turning over the pages of his memory read- j itig and never tiring. The old history with j t s1. Kilt fMktttfka . . . , .11 rp, - , lrmirintr that cannot be subdued. The first t chapter begins again where the last ended and there seems to be no end to it Sunday is the "old age" to the chri...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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