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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 2 October 1877

Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO Tlie oldest daily paper in tke city, Pensively read throegheaft the central rtiou of tke Stair, by btuunes Mem, and veiling all classes, it ofers inducement advertisers as the best medium through which to reach the public. SATES OF ADVERTISING. PAILY BAZOO: ' One square, one insertion S 7f ' " three " - 1 "0 " one wftsh .. 2 50; WEEKLY BAZOO: I One square, or leas, one insertion $1 25 Eacb subsequent insertion 75 3ne square one time, dailv a wceklv.. 1 75 J. WEST GOODWIN, J Ed ttor and Pre pricto: I volume IX. SEDALIA. MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 2, IS77. NUMBER 14. TERMS OP SC2f DAY One year. $2 5f WEEKLY BAZOO TO SUBSCRIB ERS We have adopted and will strictly adhere to the following rules : AH sultscriptions for the Weekly Bazoo must be paid for in advance. All papers will bepromptly stopped upon the expiration of the Fuliscription, unless notification of renewal, accon-panied by the cash, is received previous to such expira tion. The time o...

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 1877

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY. OCTOBER, 2, 1S77. Two-thirds of our trade comes from the Southwest. Therewillbe no more Hepublicansi . In Ohio after Tuesday. ' v . - ., Tkam H9 oltinr for enmp nice Ifiri. ' . " : , , , hitting liuu is a nacneior. b TTo0 cmB to le a vcrv cood man, in extremely lwd company. i TCa man knows how much the world i J0 lMD MUa nun uiuw mi, nun thinks ot him until alter ne M u- . m r. 1 - ? .1 11 n ;c nnvc in nlor for Mr. Haves to apologize for his erring brother, Key. The fair will soon be over, and the farmer's holiday will be thing of the past. The bankers want the gap between gold and silver filled up with treasury notes. The public rarely put a higher esti mate on a politician than he does on himself. The Whig party of Massachusetts is disclosing strong Democratic ten dencies. That Pueblo petrifaction could a tail unfold if it had its pristine vigor about it. Postmaster General Key will quit apologizing and devote himself to let ters in future. Civil ser...

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 1877

THE FAIR, The Opening Floral Hall Pine Cattle The Amphitheatre The Sedalia Cornet Band A Scrub Baca The Track Sights and Scenes The Shooting Match The Ring Award of Premiums Pointer. Pups Fairisms The Programme for To-Day. FIRST lAV. The day broke liriglit ami clear yesterday morning, ami the weather was all that could be wished, clear and beautiful, with a tem perature just cool enough fur comfort. The trains on Sunday night and yesterday morn ing brought several horses and fine cattle for exhibition and as contestants for the various honoro and prizes in their respective classes. The various transfer and baggigc wagons, were all pressed into service by our merchant, manufacturers end mechanics, to convey their articles to the grounds, and more than wonted activity was observable in our streets. About half past eight o'clock yesterday morning, the SEDALIA SILVER COHKET BAND turned out in full strength, and taking their seats in a wagon paraded the principal streeteofthecity, discou...

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 1877

'LIKE A LITTLE CHILI'. My eliild is lying on my ki.oc The signs ol'heaveii t-lie ieaN ; My face if all lic lie.itren she ecs. Is all the lien en r-Uv needs. Anil tdi in well yet, lutlicd in .lis, If heaven i in my St ; Behind it jsnll tendernes- And truthfulness :md Kraf,- I ino.ni her well so earnestly, I'nclutnl ' leiiiiii? i"'"d My lift" 'nl I ' uithout n "-i;li Tt. luiiis; her something ok1. I al-oam :t child, itnd I Am ignorant and weal: ; I j.in' iim"ii the starry sky. Ami then I nmt iK.t -i'.ik : For all Miind tlu' 'tsrry ky: Behind the world r..ad. Behind rncnV hrrt ami joji! doth lie The infinite ofGod. Aye, true toiler, through troubled sore, I can not ehode hut V; Thou who art iee foro-ermore Art very true to inc. If I atn low and sinful, !nng Mor- love where need i- riff; Thou knoweM hat mi awful thing It i to le a lift?. Hast Thou not wi-dom to enwrnj. My wayw:inlii(.-a')otit. In doiihting jsifety on tie- lap Of lowthat knows iiodoulit-? L ! Lord, I sit in Thy ide s joc...

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. — 9 October 1877

Weekly bazoo. RATXt OF ADVERTI8IUG. Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILYBAZOO The oldest daily p.iter in the city, an-' -.tctisively read throughout the centra! rtioii of the State, Iiy- business tuen, ano eaeltii.g all clause, it oilers induccment.- DAILY BAZOO: One square, one insertion ...... " three " one week ..... WEEKLY BAZOO: ... 5" .... 1 5t ! n I .... I Dne square, or lew, one insertion $1 25 Each snhnennt-nt inrtlnn 75 ' ! advertisers as the best medium through which tu reach the iulIie. Dne square one time, dailv wceklv.. 1 75 1 J. WEST GOODWIN, volume IX. SEDALIA MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 9. 1877. NUMBER 15. ! TKI'.M OF SfKDAY MORXISO BAZOO: I One yar, - - 2 " Sditor and Pre prietoi Saaaaam! TO SUBSCRIB ERS We have adopted and will strictly adhere to the following rules: AH subscriptions for the Weekly Kazoo must be paid for in advance. AH papers will be promptly stopped tion the expiration of the subscription, unless notification of renewal, accompanied by the cash, is ...

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 1877

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY. OCTOBER. 9, 1S77. Shakers lead lives. chill, unsympathetic Sedalia has a lingering partiality for muddy streets. The flour trade is tho vhe:iffi?t oc cupatinn in life. He ftoir, the coleiinilcd chief of the Sioux, is no cur. The Ohio Wnrkingmen will forget to turn out on election day. The Indian question will never he nettled until the Indian are. Senator Armstrong is no green backer, lie's" sound on the goo.se. Conkling and not Blaine, leads the forlorn hope of the Republican party. The Pennsylvania miners have a coal feeling towardslhe Republicans. A clergyman would make a stingy tailor. He always has an eye to his cloth. There is water enough alvout town row to run a first class temperance re vival. The grain blockade at Kansas City 19 a very serious obstruction to com merce. Sitting Bull is preparing to receive the commission with Sioux-table honors. We shall never thoroughly enjoy the delights of city life until we have street cars. We should like...

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 1877

OCTOBER. AIT AWKWABD HOT. JUDOS BXBTOHT CAPTUmS OF A BOB BETA CBIMIBAL STATISTICS. A YICTIaf. FIBS IBJ JOPLIK. A WOBDBBFTJTj mat. BT SOSA KtUZ. Oh, month of October, glad, glowiag. Of all the train twelve, thou art qtief n ; Thy garment are freighted with plenty. And scarlet and gold in thy shwn. The need time ha hlosoin to Meo us The summer clasps row ti cher ; Bat the charm that i fullest, complete!. I found whea thy harvest are here. Thy leaves catch the hues of the puuft. Thy fruits are the epicure's prile : Thy glories wereliorroaeil frm El'ii. KVril" lirighlue.s Ji.nl jwri-li'! aiwl - Thecriekeisehirploii.l'nejtlh thy luiliflil. And thektydi.l lum "ru ill-:" While a vt'il half of -ilver. half mr.l. Enshrouds all the Uu.l and tlie Thy risions of beauty are -orgeou. Thy kies, prison Heaven own Mtie ; Thy days are the ierfect of perfect,' Kmljraeed in the sun' diamond dew. Oh, month of Ojtoher, atad, glowtui;. Of all the train twelve, thou art queen ; Thy garners are freighted wi...

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 1877

Thcr.t. nwn -tin the tailidtt ilini, , Louelv and !-sl, for joy to tin 1'ritn . Il.ti! trile.1 liif itp, !ii'J Iinil ii.i-oil snray: And he vn :ilon:inl unlicl toihiy. Tin Icnu'llivtiini: li.ntiw drooped mid And hi, eyelid cln-ed. and l.eloe-lif --ll Of earlv youth crejt oer hit henrt. And sweet jov liM vrv on'' -mart. He ioridlvtlr.-aiiM.-d f I"" happy lirido Tlit locin her ve- "I" trove to hide. The Rlow on hcrchcek like early d:iun And In- dicaiu ot" bli-. new !! i.ii'l on ! Till 'iioiind In- knee, at etcntide. Hi children pre d. Mill hy lii- -Mi llts t:it Iit'til uile with lir kuitiiim -:t. Arid teiideiU iMki-dof thi:itid id it. .As tin" liur- wore jii. h.cl:is-d h-r h:in-l, An.l oyer ili- iiiy-ti ii:i5ii"ii -!itiii1. hi tho liii.lnitii doom. itTMMMl awav' To tilt light :oid jo of ci.-ni:il lay. Thev found, at inum, the ' " ? Tlioaf'hn -iitili;ht 'H And o er lii- - ,.'ci Tt.at. nl. theywept. .ml with reverent Ie t Thev laid himntvny to hi endlcs- rest. And'Uie spring flowers hlo...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 16 October 1877

WEEKLY BAZOO. BATES OF ADVXBTISIirG. JAILY BAZOO: Owe square, one insertion.. ....... $ 75 5 f " three " .. - 1 50 " one WEEKLY BAZOO: One square, or lev, one inversion $1 bach subsequent inertion so One square one time, dailr a. weeklv 1 75 J. WEST GOODWIIT, Editor andPrcprietoi TO SUBSCRIB ERS We have adopted and will strictly adhere to the following rules- ... . ... , .. ,.T All ciilicnrinlinna fortltr u priftv K17ni All pars will lpromitlytoiiie.luiK)n tlie expiration of the stilwcription, unless i.nt;fi...iti.m f ionow.ii afnMmiiirti hv i w r.isli 14 rrcpirpil nrr-vioiis to such exiiira- tion. TJie time of expiration is printed with earh direction, and suIkjtiIhts may rext as- .oiireil that the paper will le promptly ytoppeil at that date. WOMEN'S CONGRESS. For several days past, the annual Women's Congress lias been in session - at Cleveland. It is not, as many sup pose, a gathering of Women's Rights advocates, but an assembly ot noble and earnest women who are trying to devis...

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 October 1877

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY. OCTOBER. 16, 1877. The next thing out, "That Baby of Mine." Long suffering and bedeviled Ohio, is free again. Mr. Jules Simon's "carbuncle makes all Paris boil. Silver won't make money anj hard er to get There's nothing stew-peudous in oysters on ice. The temperance quite a success. convention was A man who steals a horse strives for hemp-tie honors. The Workingmen are evidently not appreciated in Ohio. Handsome horse thieves are gener erally taking fellows. A fast horse is not generally consid ered a disreputable animal. The medium of the future will ma terialize spirits who can vote. The war correspondents haven't sent along that decisive battle yet. There is no law in Missouri which a road overseer is bound to respect. Maud Muller doesn't improve the beauty of Genevieve Rogers a bit. It is no trouble to capture an um brella. The difficult' is to keep it. We shall know in a few days what Mr. Conkling means to do about it. It was spontaneous combustio...

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 October 1877

MEXICANS IN TEXAS. A Hostile Movement on This Side the Bio Grande. WAR CRY ON THE BORDER. TWO Texas Towns in the Hands the Mexicans. Sjxviil irr-P'ii'I-ii-e l!tz. St. Lofis OtT. 7. 7 p. m. The news published this morning, that a Mexican mob had taken poptcsMon of the two Texas towns of Ysleta and S n Eliza rio ha been confirmed by more recent dis patcher, and intense excitement prevails not only in this eiiy. but in Gal veston, Mobile and New Orleans, and indeed, all over the Southwest, where the intelligence ot this daring and dojierate en terprise ban penetrated. The Mexicans threaten to rrr to death all the white inhabitant): of all the princi pal towns along the Rio Grande. The mob already on this hide the river is variously estimated at from four to six hundred men. They are the desperadoes who have so long kept the frontier in n turmoil of excitement. The aiders and abettor, of every lawless raid, and the motive which actuate them now i RKVENftK ANI rLCXPKK. They have already ...

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 October 1877

T-AY. From the Itt-toti Tnta-s:riit.J "The sun will set at Hiy's tleeline." yf'lMH-OKTJ ? Quart ott.iix-aiiuliUc, Lite- -jrl:lin!jMK'! Of wliat avail nretimoivii:- f.-ar-. ForvtioiJiiig -i;:h-Mul i-lle trars? They liimitrr not the liunxing v.n-. llrt.js-! "Tliis fleeting iioiir mil -'.-.'n I. (Ji'wri'STt T Enncti its moments ..hile they last! To-d.iv Jr. our-. Ite ours itjy. not to-iiiirro'. cai" annoy! Euuiujh the I'le-'-nt to employ. Vivjn! 'These plea-ures .till not cnie again." IJr'lMl'OCTi:? J'tijoy their kcene-t trail-jtfr. then! Jf lut of tlitiM: -to art- Mriin-, Hoot tlieir ntiies.sdiiMy -urc Tiut Ion;; tticir tnviiiwry m.iy endure i liio..-! With tim Love's sn!r always cools' ' imiukti: ? I.ca ve that liiiuiiriou, cliaut to UA-1 JIti-t ilouht destroy our present hji--? jsjiall wc. through fear. Love's rapture tni--, or U'-e thehoiiey ot his kis ? Aixuns ! VTho sun uill set at day's dec-line,"' (Jc' uhmeti:? "Will not tir eternal stars .-till .-him-? So e'en in Life's wo-t d...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 October 1877

WEEKLY BAZOO.; BATB8 OF ADVEBTISIHC. ' DAILY BAZOO: ) One sqnare, one insertion $ T u three " i r; " one weels t .ro , WEEKLY BAZOO: - One square, or lew, one iiisersion $1 25 Each subsequent insertion 75 One square one time, dailv weekly.. 1 75 J. WEST GOODWIN, .Editor and Pre prieto Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. 1 - i VOLUME IX. SEDALIA MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING: OCTOBER 23, 1877. DAILBAZOG The oldest daily paper in the city, ait : -.isively read throughout the centr .-lion of the State, by businessmen, a... :ilii:i all clas.es, it oft'ers induccmciu- :i!verticrs as the best Biedium throu-I i.eh to reaeh the public. NUMBER 17. i TKKM.s OP SUNDAY MORXJ.VG BAZOO: Due ywar, - . oO COM"-' A kitchen on wheel is a rolling res taurant. A hidv's liaek, li:iir the top I; i it Tllfc PRESIDENT AND GRESS. Tho imliattioiH arc favi.nihle for an entire liarmoiivof ilnttmltt ami leelini: In-tween the President, ami Congress. l"ly 'iM.- i t- -. '. . me ,.,e:.gc a near, expnru smie- Unti, V(), hrcak tl.e 1,...

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 October 1877

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY. OCTOBER. 23, 1877. Joseph fled from Howard for Miles. A Quixotic financier Gilman, the forger. Sedftlia bakers are thoroughbred fellows. There's nothing mild about these autumn rains. It is too soon for Mr. Hayes to change bis policy. A piece of Turkey would lie very gratifying to Russia. The sewing machine has not super seded CleojMtra's needle. Unhappily for the Republican?, Thurman will not resign. Pension Agencies arc good things to pension office seekers with. Missouri raises a third more corn this season than last Tear. "That Husband of Mine," is quite a favorite among the ladies. The St. Louis Journal wants to re vive the Tadpole movement. Several reefs of the weather have slipped through Tice's fingers. How was Howard expected to catch Joseph with a standing army ? SVBBMIiJJlBBMBMBBIHHBlBBUBllHBilJlM There wasn't enough wind about Sayler to make him a Speaker. The November elections are likely to be largely colored by the result in Ohio. Fred. ...

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 October 1877

WASHINGTON. The Conteit for the Scnatorship Ended. JMLV. XC-aiiclstll Win Si. Miisourians who Voted for the Pennsylvania n. Washington di-'palcht anitoimiv the re-' null of the H.-iinicratie caiit-i!' Saturday! night, and the iioiiiiintinn of U:iini -.l!, of j Penniivlvania, to the gjieakerKhip. This tv- j suit can hardly be a surprise. Ftoni the first, Knndsll's chances were Ik tl r than that of any of his opH)nent,tiotwiths!:ind insr the strong western fetlin-' which had been created in favor of Morrison, of IP - mois, and Sivler, of Ohio. 1 lie iue uimh .... , , Wluch tlie nomination turned was the rn - i . . i. ,, , i This Itrought to iiaudalrs support all ofj SOI'THKRV I'ACIPlr l!All.iriiii the southern and many of the western mem ' e . bers. It was well tinder.-tood that neither i? i r t firriunn fir S.vlor uwm Iriniol.' ..I ........ . ..-.. ... " ' . . . . . . av .... . ... .lit . . 1 ure which the south had more at heart wnectire reform:. - than ever the prospect tion of the...

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 October 1877

NIGHT AND DAWK. The sun-tznl was linking t& ownnV rim. Aa Diana roM over the Kiteni height; She playfully darteil an arrow at htm. An innoceut arrow of siltrry Iiln. Hcanwere the challenge. nl memly sent From lnehrvlite nuiv-rr.l n Mcn fli.ift. But the dart tfiev nirt, :md -hnered ;iud Mtitt. So veil did the arelMT- km.- tltrir uii craft While tlie skir. from the lull rami' iijt iu a throng. All eager to join in the rt ftlteir iioon. And each one hurlfd :il hinivrhili- r!uting:dii!r. A bright lntlt o f-kn Jf r aii'l !;!. And the Rin gave in with a gallant ir:'- And his liand to the r.in'ii-ring gM,i l:i4i,l. O'er the waves Miuk hi- in--. ihwi '-ni.-nw his tce. With a fleecy wreath of the ri-mg imt. Then Katw triumphant a.eend- then fi.-I.J. And the channofhi-rjr.-eiH-.'olued lat!;nc.- away. As she gwI on tin image the water revealed, Bcflecttng her h'iilr trcniulon- ray. All night on the heaven ctupn-nn height Serene o'er the ocean her vigil hkvpt. Whtlc the waves lulled into ti...

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. — 30 October 1877

WEEKLY BAZOO RATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 4 I j so; DAILY BAZOO: One square, one insertion three ... " one week V WEEKLY BAZOO: Due square, or lew:, one inversion SI 25 Each subsequent insertion 75 'Jne square one time, dailv & wccklv.. 1 75 J. WE8T GOODWIN, ; Xd itor a nd Pre p rietoi SEDALIA Weekly Bazoo. r VOLUME IX. SEDALIA. MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 30. 1877. ! DAILY BAZOO j Tlie oldest daily pa jut in the city, ar 1 :-:tsive!y read throughout the centra! -i:m of the State, ly business men, anc ... .in ci.oM?, ii oners inuiu-cmcut? - Iverti-crs a the hot medium throng!; !.ieu to reach the public. NUMBER 18. i -i i THE GRAIN TRADE The Ihuwicml hits very properly : called the attention of our business which tuoii to the great advantage would reuit to trade from an etlort to make Sedalia Too much rain is a Ceres affair to the farmer. Obituary. Congressional wil has begun to play in the house. n gram center. agricultural community like ours clc-ierlv ;,. valors, and the entc...

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. — 30 October 1877

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY. OCTOBER, 30, 1877. Joseph calls Howard the Bihle Chief. Five per cent, bonds are not to be sneezed at Speaker Baadall proposes to keep an orderly house. Crandall is, perhaps, the most popu lar man in Sedalia. A young lawj-er'a first case is gen erally his book case. An Indian never laughs, but he "smiles" occasionally. The officers in Ho vvnrd's command all have running title?. The remonetization of silver is now regarded as a fixed fact. There are a great many disorderly characters in Congress. Every dissatisfied office holder has the privilege of resigning. "Her Second Husband" is lhe est romance of a society belle. Iat- The greenback sentiment is fading. It will soon lose all its color. The man who saves money to the people is a public Iienefactor. Congressmen are the only Hrsons who take pride in being servants. Russia has the prospect of plenty of Turkey for the Thanksgiving dinner. Blaine is sick and Morton's sick. Who now will wave the bloody sh...

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. — 30 October 1877

YICflM OF MISPLACED COEFIDEBTCE. A Texss Cow Boy Left a Pauper in Bedelta With Mot Bren Money Enough to "Buy a Drink. Yesterday evening the attention of a Bazoo reporter was called to a youth in shirt-sleeve, hid blonde hair covered with a broad-brimmed Texas hat,rith the cus tomary "snake" around it. He was landing at the corner of Smith's wine hull, on Main street, relating his sail expeiien.-e to a few sympathizing bystanders, mit of wltom seemed to belong to the tramp sj cies, occasionally interlarding his woc ful tale with a coniiliineiitary term or two, intended for the author? of his shI mi fortune. The yung man he lives near tioliad, Texas, and that .-ilmiit two weeks ago he wan hired at AuMin, Texas, to lake a herd ol cattle to un plate. The parties who hired hint were the anie whoHf transactions iijion their arrival at this place, caused so imii'h legal warfare, which threatened to end in Ktir.iKiiKn, xi niNTi:r-nox of quite a iiiniiherof our legal liuninarit-x. Ttie reade...

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. — 30 October 1877

THE YEW-TREE W'M.Kl From the Arg.-y. Ptu'kv-ieaved ana rnnei to j.rmim .u-aKiHt "was the green retreat, Uovsomed sweet. While U port's idle fcwic, a witlim s- ""r- u- lay. People! it with liIr rm :hk s lrr...- ir.m a . . - I - ity-joiic ,ay. .... 1.1;..., iiii it- "loonn .i oy mm. i""'"" . foliage wu-, ... -, i t.. Nor uhenTIaiit?s, mtkil h.aly, -unhid :.l-- u quiot gravo. Where the loucly mourner, weeping, lingered hue on twilight eves, With the uurht-binl vigil keeping, from hcrlioiii.- amid ihe leaves." Hut vritlnu a gardea liaunted ly the -M.-.-J.-ij with silver wins" Age, with wrinkled lrw f u FIOWIV iq 11 Mlimr. Childhoodin its fearle.--- l.idne: branches i4e ved ; Ivers souaht ,ts green m-cros lipht nhitninemi bnulit. And low tows and soft care--?-with delight. Here hth sorrow, heavy li-artel of silent pntjer. Maiden, from her true loe iirt ,1 mil oi rare. jt:n iin.m hrown stem liiwr tiMiit aiKl mot - True love knots by siwrtive r.g. rm o,,.eluno moment traced. FASHIONS OF TH...

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