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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 19 April 1881

WEEKLY BAZOO. BATK8 OF ADVERTISING. DAILT BAZOO: Om (are, one insertion $ 75 " M three insertions.. 1 50 " - om week . 2 50 WEEKLY BAZOO: One squire, or leu, one insertion. $1 25 lach sabeeqaeat inner lion 75 One Kjnxre one time, daily weekly. 1 75 ADDRESS. J. WX8T GOODWIW. One hundred and thirty-eight thou sand acres of land, in Barry county, Mo., hare been purchased for Scotch colonization. One of the grounds on which an Ohio wife demands a divorce is that her husband habitually sleeps with a pistol in bis hand. The Congregational church at Hoi brook, Mass., has been seeking a pas tor for nine years, listening during that time to sermons by 240 candi dates. The Canadian police authorities re fuse to recognize the affix "villa'' when tacked to the names of new haalets. Thus Hanlanville, just named after the oarsman, is cut down to Haolan. The royal agricultural society of Ireland has resolved to institute a traveling dairy during the coming summer to demonstrate in different distri...

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. — 19 April 1881

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1881. Savoy and Switzerland have, in pro portion to tbeir population, more pau pers and imbeciles than any other European country. HUSBAND AND WIFE. there is such a safeguard ; i light about this as theie h :...: i ., i l. i. Their Halation Bobert Defined Collyor. by Bev. who give a great place to the mother and wife. And when we do this the womaB is I he rare exception who does Jiew York Herald. At the dedication of a Uuitariau church in Hartford, Christian clergy men preached and a Jewish rabbi pro nounced the benediction. The church is one of the most flourishing in that city. The following is placarded in the theatre at Durango, Col. : "From and after this date all persons who wish to gain admittance to the auditorium of the Coliseum must leave their weapons at the front bar, where checks will be given for them." a true gut aonut in is as tueie is aooui justice, and honor and honesty, and that tve cm lutruiy gu wroiijr if we outlive...

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. — 19 April 1881

INTO SPACE. If the wtl old world should jump a cog Sometime, in it dizzy f-p-.nninj:. And go oa th track with a sudden o . What an nd would com H the filming. What a it from fctrife and the tirden of life For the mill:on- of people lit it. What a way out of o.-rc, and worry to wore, . Allini1""1 ',,,nute- A 'round the ami with acnrving sweep It ruirriMt and nni" and race. Should itlooi.e its butane, and go with a eap Into the va?.t pna-xpac. What a LiIeMt itdieT it would l?to thej;ner, And the trouble and toil about us, To 1 suddenly hurried from the solar world And let it go wn without u-. With not a sigh or a ttu. go'I-bj Kor loved one- left behind We would no with n lunge and a mighty j-luuge Whor nrvera grave should find up, Wiit wild m:id ihp'll our vein would till As th. grrtit earth like a teat.ir. Should float thro' :he air, to GoU know a where. And carry Us all together. No dark l;nj tomb and no mourners gloom. So tolling Ml in the stee!e, But in oiiu swift breath a winles ...

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. — 19 April 1881

1 WEEK-LY BAZOO. SEDAUA, Mo., TUESDAY, APRIL 1U, 1881. Written for the Sunday Morning Bazoo. OUR SUNDAY SERMON. You dk men, vou are the hope of your country, the promise of this generation to the next. Permit a statement of your re lation?, circumstances and duties. We would talk to you as a brother or son would ay to you what we would say to our own heart. What acience, experience, observation, travel, stady and a careful rending of book, men and things have tTn u. we should give to you give it fredy. Will you ao accept it ? If so, give a.leniion. Who arc you? We ask not for your name that is !!! matter. Bird and animals, plant and rock, have nanirt a high sounding as your. Mean men are calltd Washington, Franklin nd Colum bus. But these great on.' mantles do not dt?ceni in their tiatutH. Staw are made of letter ; you are made of better stuff, we hope It is not for your name we tk, hut for you. Who are you ? Not a brute, we trust; not a mere animal. It is true you have the qualifie...

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. — 26 April 1881

WEEKLY BAZOO Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO The oldt daily priia.-r in the city, aiv xk-i'."v-ly nad tlir.vidiout the rtnrs. .rti.io of the State, ly .-..sinesM men. anc ::ciiinkt all claaves, it offer inducements c -!vertis7. as the best medium through tvlm-h to reach the public. ,m of ADVSBTianra. BAIZ.T BASSO: Om sqaare, sm laaartioa ............$ 7 " ' " threw iaawrtioas.. M 1 50 2 60 LY BABOO: Om eq aare, er lees, sac iaartioa......$l 95 IsawswaYtiOis 76 Om Miliar me tiam, defl weekly. 1 75 volume xn. SEDALIA. MISSOURI, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 26, 1881. NUMBER 47. TEIUIS or SUNDAY JBOUTEfO BAZOO: One y war, - ot j. wist oooDwnr. KCTAmiAHXtll AHO MAB- Whsa the heads of the household re ef om faith, the bond of union powiblv aaay be of a stronger nature haa whea they differ in religious sen tiateate. Bat lore is usually held to be above sectarian limits, so tbat creeds do not form an inseparable bar to nutrisaoay. Whether there shall be saarriage, or giving in marriage, in Heav...

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. — 26 April 1881

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1881. Reports from southern Etmu state that a fair fruit crop maj be expected. In some ot the villages of France thej ring the "bells to bid the people "beware of American hog meat" Among the first orders issued by Major Wilson, of Topeka, was one closing the saloons and breweries on Sunday, Owing to his many other business engagements, Secretary Blaine has tendered his resignation as a director in the Richmond A Alleghany railroad company. Baltimore begins to get a good share of the emigrant business. Nearly forty-seven hundred arrived at that port last week. The engagement of Rutherford B. Hayes, jr., and Misr Alice Smith, daughter of William Henry Smith, of Chicago, is announced. A boy fell over the precipieeat Rochester, N. Y., into the Genesee river, a clear drop of i20 feet, and was taken out of the water unhurt. An eastern paper believes Misnsrippi wiser than Massachusetts, because Mississippi keeps Jeff Davis at home and Massach...

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. — 26 April 1881

CAST OF THOUGHT. A SOCIAL SCAKDAL. Owe, gentle sprite. Ethereal raildoes come ; Aud of the pleasant ounshin Plee kindly aire as mom. or mud, m1 aluh. end let, Iet what Wft've hud puftice. Please eeod Hi now the auimtitue, And then we'll think you nice. Derrick. Triplets are nursed in auck sion. '. Y. New. Filkin Hjri that while h might reasonably entertain a doubt, he wouldn't keep a tramp over aigni.- xi. i. news. Fane are larnr than "evsr. and it takes' a leus time to nu Ihe wind to parchM one of thin. Lowell Cltlten. "My wife," remarked Fitsuoodla, "in 'fairly crazy urer tue spring inrnou. Hhc a dot tlie delirium trimming. Nycum Adrertinar. "That nuladiltreutfacn .n it," said th owiudler when lit ntned a check from S.W to SM. Menden Kocorder. The moon dot; wbioh recently frightened lsr weaiern people s muen, were probably nicy lerriors. 3uiDrvuie journal. Th neweot wttt things in wraps the w'jj.-j.nnwor.m ot a iyin Diiiiard player: IliuMniih nam for fare w "Tak," and when a new f...

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. — 26 April 1881

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1881. OUS SUB DAY SERMON. How pleasant it U to ait within Ike fcoarebold, when the burden of care ia lifted from the Bind, Barronaded by the hippy association of memory memoraea tbat do aot have regret. But thia more properly belongs to old age, when there ia Bothing tore to do, but to wait lor the calling from the diatant abore. We have all Been tbe old grandfather aittisf for boara is the chimney corner, tbe place tbat k alwaya set apart for, and held aacred to him, with his bead resting on bis banda and gaging vs caatly on the floor or in the ire. He aaya nothing, but his mind ia active end his anal ia in communion with tbe long ago. He ia turning over tbe pagea of bis memory, read ing and never tiring. Tbe old history with its lessons never growa old. bat creates a loRging that cannot be subdued. The tret chapter begin again where the lut ended, and there neexna to be no end to it. Sunday it the "old age" to tbe christian soul, but ...

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. — 10 May 1881

WEEKLY BAZOO BJLTK8 OF ADVXRTIBIKG. DAILY BAZ03: Om aaaare, oh insertion $ 76 " three insertion.. 1 50 one week 2 60 WEEKLY ftASOO: Om so. atre, or 1cm, one insertion $1 25 Each subsequent iaMrtion 75 Om aeaare one time, daily weekly. 1 75 J. W18T GOODWIN. Louts Jtotnscnild, a dunlin nier- V W W V chant, til terribly beaten by a foot pad the other night. Mrs. Eliza Drinkle, who died at Lancaster, ., the other day, was present at George Washington's funeral. Gen. Longstreet, the American minister to Constantinople, 'has left that city on leave of absence for Vien na and western Europe. Uo has ob tained a firman in favor of the Amer ican archaeological society for excava tions at Amos, on the island of Cepha- lonta. During the absence of Gen. Longstreet Consul General Heap will act as charge d'affairs. Senator Coukling argues with his republican colleagues in this wigs : "You confirm Robertson, and you strike a blow at me. I may fall, but in that fall I do not propose to be alone. If ...

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. — 10 May 1881

i s It 1 WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, MAT 10, 1881. Garfield takes a horseback ride very day. He is, doubtless, bracing up for bis fight with Conkling. The only living representative of Sir Walter Scott's family is a great granddaughter who is living at Abbots lord. King John, of Abyssinia, is dead. Be was an estimable gentleman aud always liked his missionary steak well done. Warned by the fate of his father, the next review the new czar witnesses he will do it through the key-hole of an iron safe. . It is about time for Alexander H. Stephens to talk about dying again. We have not had a report -of that kind for sometime now. . ... , A , , him and slip past Wade Hampton ? We have not heard ' 7$ashville. I km COB FEDEKA.TE HI8TOBY. said one dav ia a public speech that it would be a blessing to the country Jefferaon Davis' Boappearance as 'i jankee ball should take that man an Autbor-Iatarview With Col.'? our midst. He was jurti- coiaoeicy, iou x for it, but thoce Thomas Bnead...

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. — 10 May 1881

LADY PHYSICI HS. KILLED THIS AFTERNOON. THE MORPHINE ROUTE. sweet sp&nroi hotel. SEHT UP FOB SAFE. HE SHOT TO KILL. A HOBXIBLX CALOXOK. Why it Will Never Do to Call Them for a Very Sick Man. l'ckV Stm. A St. Loui3 doctor factory recently turned out a dozen female doctors. Aa long a3 tbe female doctors were confined to oue or two 111 the whole country, and those were ouly expert mentai, we held our peace and did not cumplaiu ; but now that the colleges" are eugagcd in producing female doctors as a business, we must protest, and in so doing will give a tew reasons why female doctors will not prove a paying branch otjndustry. in the first pluce,if they doctor any body it .must be women, and three fourths of the women would rather have a male doctor. Suppose those colleges turn out female doctors until there are as many uf them as there are male doctors, what have they got to practice on ? A mu, if there was nuitiiiig the matter with him, might call in a female doctor, hut if he was...

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. — 10 May 1881

COOL SUMMER WEAR Oar Customary Excellence in This Department Pacific and Coclieeo Lawns, hates Designs. Lineiv Lawns, Large Asssortnieut, Solid and Fancy Colors. Piques, Nainsooks, Mails , Plain and Dotted, Swiss. Cream Bro cade Swiss; Latest Novelty. Largest IVhUe Goods Stock in tlie City. Curran & Pry, 13133 Ohio Street. WEEKLY BAZOO. SEOALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, MAT 10, 1881. OUR SUNDAY SERMON. How pleasant it is to sit within the household, when the burden of cure is lift ed from the mind, surrounded by the happy association of memory memories that do not have regret. But this saore properly belongs to old age,' when there is nothing more to do but to wait for the calling from the distant shore. We have all seen the old grandfather fitting for hours in the chimney corner, the place that is always set apart for and held sacred to him, with hi head resting on his hands, and gazing vacantly on the floor or into the fire. He says nothing, but his mind is active and his soul is in comm...

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. — 17 May 1881

WEEKLY BAZOO, MATMM OF ADVRTI8I1C(. BAXLT BAZOO: Om asaare, om insertion $ 75 w " three iaaertioes.. 1 60 " one week 2 60 WEXXXT BASOO : Om ifun, ar lass, aa insertion $1 35 naeartion to Om saaare om time, daily weekly. 1 75 ADDftESe. J. WI8T GOODWIN. A California court has decided that maa has ao right to whip his di vorced wife. J. L. Clark m preparing to build an immense natch factory atOshkosb. Ha eoald not be roped iuto the great match monopoly. Tba teatperaoca people of Indiana will aaa Mar 20th as a day of fasting aad prayer for the temperance work aad worker of the state. Water bry baa an Angora cat for which Mary Anderaon has vainly of fered 9150. A cat of this sort will fall a Tiotiai to the prowling bootjack at quick aa any other. The court of common pleas of Craw ford county, Pa., has decided that the refusal of the Meadville school board to admit negroes to the public schools is in violation of the 13th and 14th amead meats. Theodore Tiiton has gone to Europe. He will b...

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. — 17 May 1881

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mq. TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1881. Iowa has 7,000 square miles of coal. Last Sunday Vanderbilt was eixty years old. " Win. Tracy, Canandaigua, K. Y., man, lias been fined S10 for swearing. J. G. Bennett isc said to have lost $25,000 at cards, m ice, oue night recentlv. - - "255"S,"" Ohio democrats are talking seriously j of bringing Thurman out as a candi date for governor. An inmate of the Orleans county, N. Y., poorhou?e hafi juat been al lowed a pension of $l,f00. There is a German woman at South Bend, Ind., who dresses in iwn's clothes ami goes out as a day laborer. A man named Fitch has made a bequest of 8200,000 to Buffalo to du plicate the Cooper institute of New York. When Senator Tom Piatt hears any one speak of "the New York senator," he never blushes. He knows the re mark iu't personal. The firemen at Cedar Rapids. la., have disbanded because the city coun cil would not ratify the nomination ! made by them for chief. Olive Logan attempted a lecture at White...

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. — 17 May 1881

a. . --iri-. wuv - -t---ii-u- i- .1 .1 -m- m mtntt , if . i w mi mi -, . . . J i , - .11 "A STVLISH NEWSPRINT BONNET. A girl my he bolii young and fair, A aweet aukl winniiu; creature. She may have liai rot fioldeu hue And lorelineM or fatiir; She may ! dresW in silk t!in or such I writ" my fonuet Hut to he perfect Uk mut .wear A stylish ujrjpitighufluet. Stttn its Hiink. nnwlest its plume, A poke or broad dimensions. TliutoulJ thw tiounet fairly match It nir' sweet pitntion ; And when h uhlBe", with all her charms Casting their low upon it, Oui liemrti nnd hwtds urexll liewiteluvi,. My this fun-new 'piing bonnrt. Although a lady may lm plain Ye?, ujjlr a" uvfralure Her hair bright rd. Iim li.sjlit srera lu r:t, k homely :n-:tur'; Vt't if hiT Unmet in the otylf. . . The lodi .. d-ar, tlwy're human! Will nil rzi'Iaini.MK uitli on- lr-Rlh, (Mi! wh.it a clmriniiit: wouirtii ! We ef hricht Umiih-Js hrand tin-re '.-jiut Itk- --'t spring dowt-rs; Well thfv -uiiiIiiiih tl: lf- and Kllt l'h...

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. — 17 May 1881

GLOVE FITTING lsmmmmmmmmw3&nnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmBmt. HIP WE HAVE REVIVED THIS OLD AND POPULAR CORSET ! AND ARE THE Authorized Agents Here ALL THE POPULAR MAKES IN Flail, SatiB Drill aiftFreich Catffle Will be kept in stock constantly. Prices at Lowest City Quotations. Curran & Pry, xszs Jiiio Street. WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, MAT 17, 1881. OUH SUNDAY SERMON. If, oftentimes, as a feeling arises in oar Mart sgstnst some om ot our fellow-men aad bank words are about to spring to our lips, we would remember that if we were than we would do ezsctlj aa they may have dose to excite our resentful feel in?, would not the harsh feeling hie itself back to the place from where it sprang, and the harsh words remain unspoken? If parents would but take their little ones often in their arms after the divine ezai pie of Oae of old and tesch them how to wead their wajs along the pathways ot childhood; how la sbua tLe thorny invisi ble hedges of after years, and where and kow to garne...

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. — 24 May 1881

DAILY BAZOO 'flit- ol(ki Jaily paper in the city, av M!vly ivad tLi'uhout the ctntrt. rrl.Mi .i the State, ly ...siness men ant it-.'iini; all clftA-j it otters inilucemeiii. t ithvrti ?-.. tlie l-et medium thioo v.Mdi to reath the p-jblic DAILY BAZOO oa Saaflay Morning, by - J. WEST GOODWIN. mm of daily :? I I aSllllflBBTIlBBIial UeUiertMl, paabls t carrier e verjr Saturday, 15 OF WEEKLY : volume xa SEDALIA. MISSOURI, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1881. NUMBER 51. TKKM OK SUH31Y MOiiXIKO BAZOO: 1 hie yvar, - - . & aevear. si oe Weekly Bazoo. SEDALIA Christian F. Rapp. principal of a Cincinnati school, married one of his rnaaile, and to far forgot their changed relations as to -whip her for disobe dience. She has sued for a uiverce. Yoaag Miss of romantic tempera ment will be ioteresUd to lean that aaoaft a-. gMHC,f .aboat fifty Italians verts m tbelfew York, Ontario Weatera rail war is a magaificent loofciag fellow, Fra acisco Cawallo, a genuine eonat, who was benuhed for political ...

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. — 24 May 1881

4 WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo. TUESDAY, MAY 24, 18SI. Bob Ingeraoll declares that Jesus Christ was the greatest infidel of his age, and that he died a martyred iufi del. In proof of which he quotes Christ's last words: "My God, why hast Thou deserted me." A short time before Lord Beacons field died, he intiofated to one of bis attendants that he intended to pro vide for all his servants who had been in his service for a short time. "As for the others," said he, "it will not be necessary to make any provision, as they have already done so for themselves." The order of the Catholic Kuighls of America during the month of March paid 18,000 to widows and orphans of deceased members; 810, 000 in the month of April, and in the past three years, $200,000 was distributed to those who would, in many cases, be obliged to seek the cold charity of the world for the sup port of the orphans left behind. Mayor Shakespeare, of New Or leans, La., has ordered the chief of police to close all gambling pl...

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. — 24 May 1881

FA SHION NOTES. Bosnta are Again mad 16 match m:ta. Biscair," or almond-colored foulards, are very popular. Very beautiful summer fabrics adorn the Shop window. Brocaded good retain their favor and many arc in small designs. Handkerchief good bare been utilize! to make kilt suits for lys. Pretty nock scarfs ar shown, with the nt-s worked in Inah point embroidery. A variation on the old style of rnanilfha the staves and the ends cut iu on a piece. Laces arc now dyed to snatch exactly in color tha material they are employed upon. Neckties of white mull "with polka iot are aadeiiperilh hemeticued ends and nu -luce. Silverware ia dark rich colors 11 MiKr.Iing that in which tli in til retain ft n-aurat tint. The ways of making and triinmin wni-ls at resent are as varied ax the manner of making akirts. A new transftareut cotton stult of a nanen color is called surah lawn. It is toil and very pretty. A new floral fancy in to substitute n Mosom IBgbJUja far tue Uower bell ued -at ueddiug ce...

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. — 24 May 1881

GLOVE FITTING HIP WE HAVE REVIVED THIS OLD AND POPULAR CORSET ! AND ARE THE Authorized Agents Here ALL THE POPULAR MAKES IN Plaji.Salio Drill ana FreickCalille Will be kept in stock constantly. Prices at Lowest City Quotations. Outran & Pry, 333 Ohio Street. WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1831. THE PICNIC Given By The Missouri Pacific Employes at Lamine Tank Yesterday. Fully Two Thousand People Participated in the Pleas ures of the Day. Iiike Former Ones, It Was a Suc cess Down to the Small est Particular. Full Account of How The Was Spent By The Jolly Excursionists. Day The Pacific is one of the few railroads in the country that given its employes an an nual picnic, on which occasion everything in furnished by the company, without cost to those participating. Ibe brat waa given two yean ago and waa a success in every particular. The last one was given yester day, and a more beautiful day could not have been wished for. The place selected for the picnic waa in the ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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