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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 31 May 1881

WEEKLY BAZOO. Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily paper in the city, av -tca-iwly nad tIir.'shout the xn'.-. ; tion .t the State, ly ....vinea men an turfiing all classes, it otters inducement, c l wrti e the best medium th.oiig. wl.lcli to ix-ach the public BATS8 OV ADVSSTI8IHO. DAILY BaSOO: Om saaare, on insertion $ 75 - " three insertions 1 50 " om week 2 50 LY BABOO: Om niik, or leas, om insertion $1 25 Sack sabaMaeat iasertioa 75 Om Main om tune, daily weekly. 1 75 VOLUME XII. SEDALIA. MISSOURI, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1881. NUMBER 52. THIOLS OF SCMDAY IfOSVIMO BAZOO: One year, - - - i 5i J. WIST GOODWIW. PARASOLS ! aaaaaHB at we are closing out oar silk Umbrellas at $2 50, worth 3.50. Lace top Gloves at 50c, worth 75c. Ladies' and Ghldreh's Hose marked down. Summer Dress Goods at Cost. Moll Ties, Lace Scarfs and Fischues at cost price. A few pieces of Summer Silk and Black Silk will be closed out cheap. J.M.Clute & Co. AHWOUHCBMENT. We am requested to anBoa...

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. — 31 May 1881

,.--waiti.-T, WEEKLY BAZOO. SBDAL.IA, Mo., TUESDAY, MAT SI, 1881. Mrs. Garfield's physician aanouD as tkat the crisis in her case has been eafelj passed, and that her recovery is now assured. BBKSSEBBE9BE9BB In view of the small progress thus far made in the Hennepin canal pro ject for lo these many years, why not call it the Terrapin canal ? Ip Tiew of the St. Joseph accident it might not be inopportane to sug gest to the nihilists of Russia that Danforth's fluid beats dynamite for killing people. An editors life is not all anonymous hard work. One so plessed a Pueblo asan that he kicked him down stairs and broke two ribs. P. S. The Pueblo man was married. Mahone is not the important factor ia the United States senate that he was a few weeks ago, and the presi dent has not appreciated the import ance of carrying out his agreements witn him. The readjusters are hav ing a conference in Washington with a view to fiading out why this is thus. A man in Canada bought a ticket over a rail...

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. — 31 May 1881

r THE PATTER OF THB SHINGLE. Whea th anjcry passions gathering jB way mother's face I ae. And she leads me to tb bed-room, Gently lays roe on ber kne, TbM I know tbmt 1 will catch it, Aad my flesh in fancy itchM, As I listea to the patter Of the aingl a say breeches. Every tingle of the shingle Baa an a echo and a sting, And tboaeand burning fancies Intoacti being spring; Aud a thousand bees and hornta 'Neath toy cost tail ei to swarm As 1 listen te the patter or the shingle, oh! so warm. In a splutter comes say father. Whom I supposed had gone. To survey the situation. And tilling her to lay it on ; To see her bending o'er me As I listen to the strain Aud the patter et the shingle In the wild and weird retrain. In a sudden intermission. Winch appear ray only chance, laay, "strike my gently mother. Or you'll split mo Suuday pants." She atop a niomiil, draws her breath, The shingle holds aloft. And aays, "I had not thought or that; My dob, just take them ott." Holy slopes, and the an...

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. — 31 May 1881

YOU HEAR! The Glad news every day. Thj proclamation zs in tJie moutlis oftlie en tire population. We have tlie best se lected stock of goods in Central Missouri. Just received, 75 pieces latest style prints. An elegant assort inent of parasols. Full line of Black French and Spanish laces. Curran & Pry, 223 Ohio street. WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, MAT 31, 1881. OTJB SU DAY SERMON. The nriman cause of matrimonial infelicity first arises from disappoint ment. The itcmi-goti, or angel, a9 the case Jiiay be, that you have set yourself to worship is, you fiud it too iatc, of the earth, earthly. John is close nay, idle anything but god-like and Mary is gossipy, frivulous. not the angel your faacy painted. You suddenly awaken to the conviction that you have made a mistake. James and Martha would not have been this and so. Yon believe that Mary does wot beantify the home for you and you alone ; has an eye to self in the adorn -iugs ; Is selfish. While she iu turn wonders that yo...

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. — 7 June 1881

WEEKLY BAZOO. Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily paper in the city, an-Tti-nively reud throughout the nt. union of the State, by :. jiatau men asa sidling all class?, it oiera nvduceaieiai o ?dvertis-., as the heat aasdicu throua; vliich to reach the public HTM OV ADVMTI1IMQ. DAILY BAXOD OM sWaaiV, OM mWSrtioB f 76 1 50 " tn WKtfKUr BABOO: Oh sqaare, or law, eae insertion $1 26 Each m mm Mat iueettioei 75 Om sea are om time, daily a weekly. 1 75 volume xnr. SEDALIA. MISSOURI, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1881. NUMBER 1 teicms or stnrcsT ()ne yvar, - BABOO r J. WIIT GOODWIN. Ohio parties desire to place an edu- catioBal institution at Centralis, Ho. A new $12,000 C. P. church is to be built this summer at Kantas City. Queen Victeria refused to receive a peeress who became a widow not very long ago, and who has since con tracted a second marriage. Naples has lost its most noted beggar. He has been married thirteen times, mad the number of his children is said to have bees ...

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. — 7 June 1881

SSDAU4.MO. TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1881. A New York ocnlisthas straight ened Ben ButlerV crooked eye; $1,000 job. Geo. Banks, the "bobbiu boy," is bdRJlDiruirtiriawhnfletta politics again. .. Anj eastern letter ays that marble hast gene oat of fashion for business front.' ' 1 Oli- aaa a aW . Secretary Windoaa is a prominent member of the order of Sons of Tem perance. The Chicago Times1 telegraph bill for the New Testament will be about $10,000. Tony Pastor is going to build a the ater in Brooklyn, with a seating capa citv of 3.000." Lydia Thompson has met with a throat accident which has spoiled her voice for the stage. Gambetta, it is said, is engaged to marry the daughter of a wealthy South American planter. Even a United States senator may sometimes drop his bread with the olemargerine side down. Miss Mackey, a daughter of the bonan 2. b ne, is about to marry a nephew of Marshal ManMahon. Alfred Torrance, a grandson of Commodore Vanderbilt, has been dis tinguishing himself on the French...

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. — 7 June 1881

wAinrLAMOim. HirmKIKD TO HXAVZ. BURGLASr WOUL mOBBIET L4STMI6HT. VEST'S PUT UP JOB. DKATH OF A L. HAS.VXT- A Gentleman Well Known in Sedalia, and Surround ing Towns. A telegram to the Kaaw City Times of this saoroiug announces the death of Al. L. Harvey, who wa a resident of Sedalia a few months ago, working for a time as compositor in thi office and subsequently as local editor of the Democrat. After tearing here he visited Deni son, Texas, where he assumed the posi tion of city editor of the Herald, filling it with credit to himself aud employer. He left there to take charge of Dr. Roberts' paper, the.Iudian Journal, at Muskogee, aud the following Irom there, utiderdate of yesterday, tells the story : "Mr. A. L. Harvey, foreman of the Journal, Muskogee, I. T., a con tributor to the .Saturday Night, Cin cinnati Enquirer, Globe-Democrat and Iuter-Ocean, was found dead in his own house at 7:30 this evening. He hail been dead several hours when found. His family was abseut with relati...

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. — 7 June 1881

YOU HEAR! The glad news every day. The proclamation is in iJie moutlts of the en tire population. Wei have the best se lected stock of goods in Central Missouri. Just received, 75 pieces I latest style prints. An elegant assort inent of parasols. Full line of Black French and Spanish laces. Curran & Pry, 323 Ohio Street. WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1881. Not Hii Garment. W. M. Smades works at tht K. end T. hop. The wuh woman who docs his washing sends it by a small boy to him at the shops. She meal b washing around to bios yesterday afternoon. Smades, who by tbe way is a stylish, unmarried gent opened the saaae tu exasaiBe his linen and learn whether or sot it was sufficiently polished for dress parade on Sunday. He lifted out a garment, long, white, sleeve less, and with two port boles ia front, and fairly howled to tbe boys, as a dosen ol bis fellow workmen gathered around him and began laughing, "By jingo, I never sent that article with toy washing ; take it ...

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. — 14 June 1881

Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO DAILY BAZOC M4erarMnM((8t ante jraexpted), and ee Bwassj Jtoraiag, by I Tbe oldest daily paper in the city. a,v -.u-n-ively read tlimnghont the rtnn. Hiriuut cf the State, hy .-ineM aien ibc .-;u-liing all classes, it ofers iitducenjeni o .-ulvvrtise-o as the heH Medium th;vtig J. WEST GOODWIN. TaUtMB OF DAILY : Oa fw, by asail, (m advance) Bsool Pwwiii, ptum le carrier every Batnrday, is Sr? which to rvach the public. OF VOLUME XIII. SEDALIA. MISSOURI, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, 1881 NUMBER 2. tkkms or sctday MonriMa bazoo. One year, V year. fl 00 1 LAWNS Fereonal. FROM 8c. te ISc LINEN LAWN 16. JOe. aad 25c. BUNTING, ALL WOOL, I Sc. and aOc SUMMER SILK, 40c , 45e. aad 60c. Black Silk, 9cto $2. 35c. BALBRIGAN HOSE REDUCED TO S Gloves and Mitts AT 003T. J.M.Clute & Co. Weather Report. Corrected daily tor the Bazoo by CO. Taylor, Ilorologist and Optician, No. S Ohio street for the twentv-four hour en! isg at 2 o'cloclc p. en., Jane 9, 1881. IMt.. ...

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. — 14 June 1881

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDAL.IA, MO. TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1881. Lorillard has bought Aranza for $12,000. the horse The wheat harvest has begun in Summer county, Kansas. Sunday, at Joplin, Bishop Hogan confirmed orer 100 children. A Kansas City doctor figures that than are 100 cases of saaall pox in that place. The Sprague divorce aait has been indefinitely postponed, and probably will never be tried. T. N. Dennis, who died at Kansas City the other day, required a coffin 6 feet 7 inches long. There was a severe frost on Monday night in the country round about St. John, N. B. Ice formed in several places. A new town has been surveyed and hid out at the miueral springs near Mooreville, Mo. A number of lots have been sold. The national greenback labor com mittee, in session at St Louis, elected Joseph Harper, of Illinois, chairman in place of Congressman Murch, re signed. The proiraition to build an $80, 000 court house aud jail at Mary ville, Mo., was carried in Nodoway county yesterday, having th...

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. — 14 June 1881

SAW MILL. POaTTR Y. tbebs btemo. Close the shutters, mother's dyeing. Do not let the neighbors stare. Or perhap they'll aooa be crying. IH old wej aye aer wh. fcBBTlll ArgUS. HOW TSCE. Vow patient the Angler iU through the long Jay. With minnow halt) lively ami fat. .-At Hiaavrni-i uigm, 8e Imapol bad a tit, Save the ones besot under hia hat. ' I bid. 9 rOl'KTH TKUCT JOHXXT. Tls "i)b it o'er At the theater door The maahxr can so longer stand, poor "beat ;' Hut Madera plug He will ahow his "mug," The Uiaatlieiit brute upon the whole street. Inlianaioli Herald, o THC DirrtBCNCC. When clouds roll over, nature' earth, AikI fold in mantling blue. Tit young meu grab an timbrel' Aud acoot the doorway tlirough. Hut the g-rl their silken stockings don And hie them on the strwt. Wlirrn walking 'mid th slush aud mud They ahow their pretty feet. Detroit Chafl. tuc socirrr aii-oati:it. He wears a penny flower in hia coat, Ladida, And a taper rol.ar round bis throat, La-iida; lo hia band a peuay ...

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. — 14 June 1881

YOU HEAR! The glad news every day. TJve proclamation is in tlie mouths oftlie en tire population We have tJie best se lected stock, of goods in Central Missouri. Just received, 75 pieces latest style prints. An elegant assort' rnent of parasols. Full line of Block Freneh and Spanish laces. Outran & Fry, 223 Ohio Mreet. WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo. TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1881. A Painful Accident. While Mr. E. & DsBolt, who resides on the comer of Tenth ud Kentucky streets, was engaged is driving down some stakes ia his yard with m axe yesterday morn ing, he caught the axe on a wire clothe liae, which made it bound back, and in so doiag it struck MrDeEolt on the nose, massing it in a (rightful manner and nearly severug it from faia face. The wounded fwhaacU was drsssed and Mr. DeBolt is getting along very nicely, bat it is probable that the id smeller will not be one ot the rrettiesi ahaptd one is the city when it geta well. ' To-morrow Right at the Park. The Bazoo acknowledge the re...

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. — 21 June 1881

. ' r . a, si Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOC bath or ADVBBnsnra. BAILT BAZOO: On seaarB, ene lBseriioa .$ 76 three iMKtiwi.. 1 50 The ohleat daily paper in the city. . cteiwively read throughout the sn!v rtion of the State, by -.Mmem men nix ac7iingall classes, it oners induc-einerL. 'ilverti-ter an the best aiediuHi throiifc !iich to reach the public 2 50 Om square, or mm, one insertion $1 25 jmamme flshHttssC UMflfCtds 75 Om square oae lime, daily a weekly. 1 75 ADDRESS. j. wxtr GOODwnr. VOLUME XIII. SEDALIA. MISSOURI, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1881. NUMBER 3 TKKMS OF aCVDAY afOnXIXG BA2ix: Oneyxar, - WEEKLY BAZOO. Ski ) alia Mr. E. A. freeman, the eminent English historian, wbo has been travel iaf ii Italy for several months, will shortly start on a tour through the Uaited States. His health has much improved, bat it k not yet sufficiently restored for hint to resume his work. A eokniy tf atgrots left South Caroliaa ia May for liberie by way of New York. They got to that part where fi...

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. — 21 June 1881

1 WEEKLY BAZOO. J SEDALIA, Mo., V TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1881. The Domber of Scandinavians con lag to this country at present is un paralleled. Whole towns and villages of northern Europe are becoming de populated. The Swedish govern ment has commissioned Cspt. Ernil Lindburg, a native of Stockholm, general agent at New York City, to look after the interestse of these emi grants and forward them to desirable localities. Many of them will be sect into the southern, states. FBaVUDl. A Wietoapretd aad Iooraaaiaf It'll Ita Da saiga to Hones Virama. Accordiug to the report of the state commissioner of agriculture, crops in Kentucky are greatly injured and re tarded by long-continued droauht during May. It is stated that wheat cannot possibly turn out over two thirds of a crop. Of corn it is said sever before has there been so much difficulty in obtaining a stand. Many formers had to plant three times, owing to a great extent to defective seed, this will naturally make the crop late. There wil...

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. — 21 June 1881

YLXBT-FOOTXO IROQUOIS. Ctat Witataa Ka Wko Baiaad tbe Darby Wis: Gath'a fil. Special to CiBcianaU Enquirer. Beiagin Philadelphia by Umilj ii in Milt j" tais week, 1 wm aot such iateraatod ia aay Mil till Charley Hub, a well-kaowa sporting gaatle- asaa, aaid to bm ob Chestnut street : "Wall, our horse hai woa it Thar aiaat be a bic tisja in Naw York to- av." I thought ka meaat Conklioc had- woa the seaate. "CoaklioK elected!" I exclaiaaed. "I don't kaow anything about Coakliug," ke replied, "but Iroquois, the American horse, has won the English Derby, and if you will turn the corner 1 will introduce you to tbe atan who raised hiea." He introduced me to a tall, fray haired, cropped, big red-faced, easy talking old atan, Mr. Ariatides Welch, ofCkeetaut Hill, near Philadelphia. Mr. Yt elch reaiinded bm somewhat of Hiasoa Cameroa by his easy afability, love of political gossip, hospitality and fbuadnees of communication. He is probably 67 years old, and was born in the Cumberland valley ...

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. — 21 June 1881

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDAUA, Mo., TCE9DAYtluyE 21, 1881. PILOT GBOVE The Six-Year-Old Thrifty lit tle Trading Center in Cooper County. The Story of the llacnifieenee of the "Choteau Springs" Before the War, And the Fate The? Met at the Thirsty Month ,of War. Its Educational Advantage aa Presented by the Pilot Grove Collegiate Institute. A List and History of ita Busi nsss Hoaaaa and Tkair Proprietors. Ita Schools, Cherokee, Secret Or dara, Trada Kceouroee of Grain, Fruit, Wool and Timbar. "Bazoo" Pencil Slingar Looks at the Boric and Dots Down His Impraaaiona of tha Sama. Pilot Grove bears aoquainUoce well. Sitting in the midst of an agri cultural diatrict rich in its grain and stock growing powers, it is rapidly reaching out its arms and gatheriog trade, wealth and culture within its limits. It is already a dangerous competitor commercially, of Boon ille on the south, and the future bids fair to increue its growing trade. Pilot Grove took its name from a walnut grove situated one fourth o...

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. — 28 June 1881

WEEKLY BAZOO. Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. SS I jcLiag all MMB H mmm awawemamni. batm or ADvunmro. DAILY BASSO : OMifim, one rlib u .lvertieer. ee the beat which to Om MBm mm time, daily weekly. 1 7f DDKE98, VOLUME XIII. SEDALIA. MISSOURI, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 23, 1881. NUMBER 4 terms or - MM M 68 Om anare, me Urn. mm iuaartiea.. $1 91 NMlUMMOlk j. wmn ooopwnr. It keg ias tm look m tkcajgk Vmm )ne year, .V m right ia kit prediction for July. Tk va of the boated Urai is al ready St. Joseph often $100 for the best looking Mj. Tke Metropolis of the Black fwake Hilla is bound to aacotir age immigratioa, ao scatter froai what ceaatry. Theaditorof the Wiaaeor Review m m mm m m out of lak thai weak aa aaaa a battle mt kis wife's wash bin oahis The hlae print waa simply Aad mow all the asuea pigeons la the city waat a aaaa ta eoaie aleag knarry theai. Bat it is too late No working aiaa waata to sqaeader hkaKwej far a marriage liaaace. Bee idea it is sot every one who admire soiled pigeon pie. Gen...

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. — 28 June 1881

WEEKLY BAZOO. SBDAUA, MO., 1 TUESDAY,JUN 58, M8L -To-awrrow the leap iato' eternity. TeJkt bojt will The cool weather predicted by old probe did get here. . Six hear MlaoM aad A.Drtwerj are iD full blast at Ft. Scott, Kaasas. This week is the fourth of the Al bany cosTealioa, and aobodjr ii elect ed seaatoryet. Mn. Garfield is improviaf rapidly. She is able -te Uka abort walks aad drive oa the beach atLoag Branch. The Irish ceasiM giTta the "gem of the sea" a popnlatioa of 3,159,849, a decrease of a quarter of a million in eleven years. In Germany there is a million sur plus of women the result of a whole sale emigration of men te escape mil itary service. The Miieouri pacific and the Wabash are endeavoring to get a lease of the SL Louis bridge that will be pre petual. Wouldn't it be a "fat take" for these corporations?" Some of our contemporaries to have forgotten or else entirely ig nore Mabone. They have aot fired a snot at Lira for the past week. What's the matter with vou fello...

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. — 28 June 1881

UALUL'I.? MAT. rmoM KD TO WHIII. AMOBQ TBS. ZTJMI8. WHY PIBSOHS BHOBB. tka JaiL Abeat 1 JO e'cleck yesterday afternoon aa Dspwty rmeriff Fred Coeaer m feeding the eriesaare ia the OMMty jail, Frisk Barber, the yeaag crook aad eoafaeaee operator, gave too depaty the slip sad amde hie way iata the jail yard. Oaee there ho had bo treaMe ia gaiaiag his liberty, aa allhohfaltodio'wMe bop ever a high heard feaee. Thia ho did, hot, ia ao doiag,' ho waa discovered by a yetmg aiaa ployed aa porter at SicbaW bote). The perter at eoe ietomed the sheriff that Fraak had made hie escape, aad ia a few miaaim tbeeheriff aad hie dopaliee were w hot permit. Yooog Barber immediately raa to tbo roMdeoee of bis father oa west Main street, i Ia doiag this ha made a mistake, as a (farmer cham eeea hiss eater his father'a maaaioa, aad at oaee iatenaod Ofi- oar . OeMor, Tbo omcer iavaded the castle aad surprised yooag Bar ber, who was bwsy, wbea tbo ofieer eatered, ia tyiag ap a boadlo of elotbes, preparato...

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. — 28 June 1881

TUESDAY MORNING We will place on sale the entire line of samples of a leading New York house, embracing everything pertaining to the Dry Goods trade Each article will be marked in plain figures, at prime cost. Special 90 drives in ties, handkerchiefs, hosiery, gloves, towels and napkins. Cumin & Pry 3 Ohio Street. WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY,JUNE 28, 1881. OUB SUB DAY 8SBMON. Kutrr nun nauit Dttientlr bide his time. He bum wait. More particularly in the lauds like our native lend, where the pulse of life beau with feverish and impatient throb, in the lesson need f ul. Our Bationa fhr(r mini the dienity of a repose. w Mm in live in the midst of a battle thr in Kuril a din. euch a hurrying to and fro. In the street of a crowded city like Hedalia it in difficult to walk slowly ; you Ld the rushine of the crowd and rush with it onward. In the pre of our life it irt difficult to be calm. In thin stress of tuiniln urn I tide all professions Mem to drag ti.;r anrlmrri and are s...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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