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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 26 July 1881

5 "Written for theSun-lay Morning Hatoo. SUMMER FANX'IES. BY ROSA PEAK I.E. Ah, would I eon hi ouiet dell. awav to some eool Some fragrant vale, where mose drip with dew. Where music o the brooks t like a silver bell, And shadows east their veils of ebon hue. I tire of all this ceaseless round of toil, This garish Mm, this din and basic ol life. This irlare and glow, this wild and mad turmoil, This sad, sad record that attests the strife. like ri."St, sighing leaves and tender- ollg of the swaving tree-. And o. again. I see the l retch of uj- hind hill.. The bloom of clovcr-meaib rose hedges v.eet. he wild- The thousand, tiiousand chains waicn summer's breath distill The limner tracing f a Hand com- plete. FIiEA BITES. I COMF. I.KT C AI.I.J" RATC1I. When a girl is twenty she feels very easy on that score. Ex. Yes that is true, but when she scores an other, she dosen't feel so ea-y. Then she begins to wonder whv wrinkle. were or daincd. new book is entitled "A Woman After All." Ex. T...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 26 July 1881

6 GONE TO GLORY ! 'V:jcIu.11 from Third Pape. r.fter Patterson's escape, the old folks died and another quaker, Amos Hoagg, was appointed administrator of the estate. Pat terson, by some means, heard of the death of his parents and he opened a correspondence with the administrator, with a view of Mx-uring his patrimony. He was then living in lAxington county. 111. A detec tive. K. S. Pike, of Carthage, heard of the fugitive's whereabouts through the administrator, and infornffd C. C. Dickin son, prosecuting attorney of this county, that the criminal could lie arrested if wan t d. Mr. I.. went to work at once to secure the arrest of Patterson, and did not rest r.ntil the murderer was once more safe be hind the bars of a Missouri prison. In the meantime, the murderer had married, and had a wile and child. At the trial which took place at Clin ton April 20, all the witnesses who testified against him at Sedalia in 1808 were present and gave their testimony. Mrs. Patter .von and child w...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 26 July 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1881. 7 r .! HOW THE ALABAMA SUNK The Victory of the Kearsarge A Bloody Scene on the Confeder ate Cruiser's Deck. V. li. Howard in the Phila. Wwkly Time. The Kearsarge steamed away to seaward until about nine or ten miles from the breakwater, when she veered aud headed direct for the Alabama. That stopped the chaff the boys had been passing around about her having weakened and turned fail, and each one seemed to realize at last that this was to be no child's play. By this time about three miles intervened be tween the beligerents, which was rapidly being decreased. When with in about a mile and a quarter from the Kearsarge the Alabama veered, presenting her starlward broadside, and opened the ball by firing her 110 pounder rifled pivot at an elevation of 2,000 -yard range, followed almost simultaneously by a whole broadside. The guns were worked and served with the utmost rapidity, and in a few minutes another broadside was poured in, when...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 26 July 1881

8 THE SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1881. OUR BIG REMNANT SALE ! MONDAY MORNING. fte offer this time a class of goods and prices that will pay to have the warmest of weather. All wool buntings from 15 cents. Fine lace buntings fro? 15 cents. All wool cashmeres from 15 cents. Best calicoes, from 15 nts. C3 CRIMSONED WITH GORE Are the Hands of Emil Um frid, of Lincoln, This Fair Sabbath Morn. In a Moment of Fusion He Fires the Shot That Sends a Fellow Man to the Dark Unknown, And Himself Near the Hands an Angry Mob Pull Par ticulars of the Affair. of Hardlv hud the last gasping struggles of John W. Patterson, who was hung for murder, Friday, ceased to quiver on the summer air, than Lincoln steps for ward with its little addition to the long blood-stained record of crime. Yesterdav morning about eight o'clock l a dispute arose between Emil Umfrid. of 'Ends Of JAlCeS Hld em- I Jfcrens&Co., and a man named Bartlett, twenty miles south of this city, on the line of the Sedalia...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 2 August 1881

SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. VOLUME XIII. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1881. NUMBNR 8. V f AIN'T IT HOT ? In order to induce broker and the innocent purchaser of A , the watch from the latter both were i arrested and shot by order of Lerada. j But his ambition for extended power j ruined him. His frequent successes DRIVES ' 4;BY TELEGRAPH FOR THIS WEEK. SLIPPERS hurt lpil him to liplievp that he could i customers to come outifef we will offer the MwZfJ&uTEA DAISY, 81.25 irur inHi iromontc ! hav,ug lost the P1,estl?e he had sa,ued lilcL IIIUUlUlllwlllO fin eighteen years, and the confidence . GARFIELD GLEANINGS. A Reckless Conductor. RAPED HIS SISTER. Greenwood, Mo., July 29 Quite; nine sensation was creaieu mis t AndFAArincrthA VAnmMM'nf nBr - ia , morning while east Pound iNtssenger; . train No. 2 was standing at the depot, j ; , . caused by the report ot three pistol J The President Still Improving, J shots in rapid succession. It seems and His Recovery Now tnat two oootoiae...

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 August 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1881. A LOVER'S REVENGE. BY HELEN HARCOURT. "Say it again, dear! Let us hear once more the blessed words I have longed for so long, and never dare hope I should listen to. Say it, little one ! Say, 'Charley, I love you Vn May Morris raised her eyes shyly to those dark, eager ones looking down so tenderly upon her, and a vivid blush spread over the cheek and brow, as in low, faltering tones, she whis lered the words her newly-betrothed desired to hear ; and Charley Powell clasped her close to his heart, as he bent his handsome head, until his lips met those dear ones that had just pledged their owner to be his wife, cherished and loved and honored, he told himself, as never wife had been before ; and he meant it, too, in all sincerity, for he was a mau to keep his word. They had grown up to- ttokfr- tlioci t-n tVinir tlior-i; tiil lL a. 1 1 been intimate friends and business partners in the eastern states, and, when fortune failed them the...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 2 August 1881

3 JOURNEYS ON JORDAN. An Interesting Lecture De. scriptive of the World Famed River. ! a chariot of lire was thrillingly drawn, as j was the bapUMii of Jeus. I Kev. Mr. McGarvey is one of the best I word painters the Hazoo has ever heard. ' It is to be hoped that he will soon again tavor Sedalia ieople with one of his thrill ing lecture. Rev. J. W. McGarvey, of Lex ington, Ky., Tells of the Stream Renowned in Holy Lore. While a Large Audience Listen For an Hour and a Half to His Vivid Word-Painting of Scenes Upon Its Shores. Sit Last evening a large audience assembled at the Christian church, corner of Sixth and Massachusetts streets, to listen to Rev. J. W. McGarvey, of Ijexinglon, Ky., the man who has explored the Holy Land and made the River .Ionian a subject of vast study. The services were oeued in the usual manner; by Rev. .J. H. Duncan, the pastor. Rev. Mr. Bryan of Southwest Missouri, read a portion 01 the scriptures. The vo cal music was fine. There was no choir, A Little P...

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 August 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1881. SEDALIA BAZOO Publisher.: J. WEST GOODWIN1. Terms of Subscription. BV MAIL POSTAGE FREE. IilT, including Sunday, jr, jear ...... Suodiij edition, per year.... ...... WeeklT, numbers per year........... .?fi 00 i ou ir Iteiiy, delivered in the city, per week NEWS DKALEBS Jtrecularly supplied at 2J cents per copy. Ail subscriptions are payable in advance. :uid ocrnunuea ai me ena m iwe nuu ior. HOW TO SEND MONKV. Remittance umy.be made by draft, numey order vr registered lettter, an our risk. Givr jMstotntv aSdrew in full, including state and county, and dra J . WEST GOO W I N , SedaliB, Mo. WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 18S1. INGERSOLL AND BLACK. In the August number of the North American Review appears' an article an "The Christian Religion" from the pen of the distinguished infidel, Col. Robert G. Ingersoll, and immediately Allowing it is one from the pen of the no less noted and able scholar Judge Jeremiah Black. ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 2 August 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY AUGUST 2, 1881. Written for the Sunday Morning Biuwi. OH. TIRED HEART. BY ROSA PKAKI.K. Oh. lired heart, stop your broken sing, Oh, tired heart, cease your weary moan Days come and go, years blooni and fade, un, ureu nen, unit win soon wiiowu. Not so, did then, yonr pulses thrill Not so, when by the silver brook, Across the meadows, you and 1, With Jamie joyful way we took. Not so we watched and watching joyed. For had we not each other then? I scarce can still believe the brook Still pours its tides adown theglen. It should have died, as thou hast died. Poor heart of mine, to every sweet That in those days kind Heaven poured. In wealth of glory at my feet. How desolate aud lorn and lone Oh, ired heart, all the present seems. For 3'onder, like a golden star. There is the gleam of vouthful dreams. I'oor heart : so tired, so tired. Ah, shall I never know you rest V Forget, forget, cease, ease nor yet Bt-at sadly thus within my breast. SWEET SPRINGS SI...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 2 August 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1881. BOLD BURGLARS Enter the Country Residence of Mr. Thompson And Carry off a Lot of Valuable .Jewely, Pistols, etc. While Mr. I. V. Thompson and family, wbu reside about two miles northeast of thccitv. were absent from home, attending i he cirVu yesterday, burglars effected an entrance through one of the windows and carried li'a lot of tine jewelry and several :ther valuable articles. After gaining an riitrance. the burglars took a large butcher knife ami a pair of shears and broke open every trunk, closet and bureau in the house aud" strew their contents all over the floors. Alter getting hold of one set of gold ear rings, two pairs of coral ear rings, one set enameled gold ear rings, one pair of gold -Ieve buttons, one plain gold watch and two It Uxn the burelars took their departure through a rear door raped undetected. The robbery discovered until Mr. Thompsou taniilv returned. ana es was not and his Fly Specks. A vmng man from the...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 2 August 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1881. A COY BRIDE. The Curious Adventure of a Young Woman of the Eastern Shore, Baltimore tlazette. 11 A lima Allnni iiaa Vlll lait rt n stated in yesterday's Gazette, arrived here on Tuesday in the Tangier with , her brother and went to the house of, v-.-.v .... xr ,u a..., iiuit-" ii iriiii nil mil in tiiii Mirtri. t Yesterday a reporter ot tins paper called to see her and was politely re ceived. The young lady was in no wise embarrassed, but told the story of her singular matrimouial adven ture freely, and, possessing intelli- imit -! orwl cttirortti" ttn i ntori-inir nig character. She is very prettv, ! being about medium height or slightly ' under, with an excellent figure, a clear complexion and dark brown, hair, so that it is no wonder that Mr. C W Souder became enamored 0f J V. V. ? i L"amoit" t his fair denizen of the eastern shore. ' She tate. that he liecame ncouainted he sutfo tiidtsiiL Decline acquainted wnnjir. oouuer uiree ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 2 August 1881

8 OUR BIG REMNANT SALE! MONO AY MORNING. Vi e offer this time a clans of goods and prices that will -pay to havetJie warmest of weather. All wool buntings from 15 cents. Fine lace buntings fror 15 cents. All woob cashmeres from 15 cents. Best calicoes from 15 cevls. E'lldS Of lOCeS and em- broideries at half price. Big drives in hosiery, parasols and ulsters at price cost, lable linens9 toweling f napkins, ging Imms, sJrirtings, etc., will be fully repre sented. Curran & Fry, t3ts Ohio Street. WEEKLY BAZOO. bBDALIA, MO. Tl'ICSnAY, AUGUST 2, 1881. CIRCULATION. That the masses may know and iaud the number of copies of the under Bazoo circulated and read by the people now on - - .! earth, we make the following statement of irciilation lor six davs, ending rridav, JulviJfl, 1881 r Sunday, July 24 2,952 Monday, Julv 25 1,128 Tuesilay, July 26 1,116 Wednesday, July, 27 1,065 Thursday, July 28 1,044 Friday, July 29. 1,128 Total for six days. 8,424 Average circulation for six days. 1,40...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 9 August 1881

SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. VOLUME XIII. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1881. NUMBER 9. A REWARD OF $10 "Will he pan! for every Strip of CORA LINE which breaks with four month's wear. We are sole agents for "BALL'S" Health Corset! Your choice of oOO pairs Lisle and Silk Gloves ! lor Big barraiu in Kid Gloves and Sumr Hosiery to le cleaned out regardless of cost. Linen and Mohair Ulsters At Cot. J.M.Chte&Co. BEAUTIFUL BUT BAD. The Daring Escapades of "Annie Reilly." Charity, Virtue and Theft- Sliding cint. of sinir Sine- on . Bn Rope - Mourned as One Dead. Sow York MtTf iiry A bright ray of light has recently j been thrown upon the identity or 3iiss, Annie Reilly, who is now meeting her retribution in three vears term at Blackwell's Island tor some heavy robberies committed in New York a few months since. The discovery may lead to restoring the unfortunate girl to her parents, whom she deserted without any provocation some fifteen j v years ago, aim no uu mourn her as dead. , It...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 9 August 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1881. THE MAGIC EMERALD. "Shadow? to-rifclit Hare struck more terror lo thi soul of i:i.-li:ml, Than could the ul)3laucf of ten thousand soldiers." I. The magic emerald,. did you sav, Mr. Langton? Dear me, how very interesting !" "Did you never hear of it before, Lady Matilda ? I thought that every body knew that old story." "O, one doesn't always hear things, you know. But tell me, what does the magic emerald do ? Lady Matilda's companion, with a little sigh of resignation, settled his back more comfortably against the roots of the enormous oak under which he was lying. He was a long, lean, wrinkled man, with a skin burned by long exposure to tropic suns, to the tint of the autumn leaves that lay about him. He would have been a noticeable figure anywhere, but he was particularly so amid his present surroundings. He was the kind of mau one would have rather expected to meet in an Arabian desert or on the wilds of the pampas than amid this...

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 August 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1881: JOVIAL GERMANS. The Annual Picnic of the Grand Lodge, D. 0. H. A Day That Will be Pleasant ly Remembered by the Members. O. H." "irariigari'ontheolher'FreuiidH. Hum, Lie-be, und Ilumanitat." moaning "Friendship, Love and Humanity," The officers having charge of the pro fession were assiduous in their endeavors to wake it a success and, well did they succeed. They were: Chas Wentzcinian- -chief marshal. I'll a. Kleuber 1st. ..din turn. August .Si-hrankler id, adjutant. beauty. The soft swelling music and the flying forms of the merry dancers as they tfipfted the light, fantastic toe until long after the noon of night, presented a panor ama that must lie seen to In? enjoyed or ap preciated. It was nearly dawn before the merry revelers dispfrsed to their various homes, weary and tired in liody hut feeling tnat thev had enioved a da v of unsurpassed i i - - - : pleasure. A Scene of Mirth, Merriment and Pleasure at Sicher's Park. FOLLOWI...

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. — 9 August 1881

8 THE SEDALIA J WEEKLY , TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1881. SEDALIA- BAZOO Publisher: .1. WICST :OOlWlN. Terms of Subscription. BV MAIL POSTAGE FREE. Daily, including Sunday, jkt year ...... oo j muumt edition, per year... ............ dU r.... ............. i idt J2y, delivered iu ih city, per wk. 15 .VKWS DKALKUS JJnwuLf rly .upuli-d at 2J centa per -oiy. Aft ul notions are payable in au subxriptions an payable, in .nlvjnir. and itacontiuued at the end of time pal ' paid lor. HOW TO SBM MOSKV. (temittsiiife mnv lie made bv draft, iuoiicv order registered leltter. an our "risk, ttive ixmtodii-p J address tn lull, intituling .state Hint countv, and Mre J. WEST OOO WAN, .Sedalia, Mo. WEEKLY BAZOO. bEDALlA, Mo., TFESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1SS1. IX), THE POOR INDIAN. The Indian question again stares . . , the American people in the lace. ,r . verv summer the brave warrior puts i . . . . v ! on Ins war pamt, sharpens ni9 toma- . . , , . i -r. . hawk and whets his scalping knife to i razor like sharpnesi....

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 9 August 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1881. SOCIETYNEWS. Any item? of intent uitble for this depart ment, frum Sdalix or neigh borinir pIiu-, arc re-1 spectfully Mjlicited. We Viral vivacious, arrive . arvne - ana cowrr way ojrroponaeni in ail ine ncignoor-1 ing towns tributary to .-k'dalia. Address all cuch ' t-ororrtiinicmion to Koa IVorUs ici;tr ivftorter, ! Kazoo &?, Jsrdalm, Mo.j skdalia socnnv. Miss ilattie Trader returned from Sweet Springs. -Miss Anna Hahn has gone to St. Louis to visit friends. Mrs. C. A. Buck, of Nevada was in this city last week. B. B. Goodrich and family arc camp ing out at McAllister Springs. Mrs. Chas. Roll has been in Warsaw the past week, visiting friends. Miss Hortcnse Philips has returned from her visit to Sweet Springs. Miss Bcttie and Nannie Rogers are vi.-itiug friends at California, Mo. Mrs. Highleyman and her two sons have gone to Colorado oil a visit. -Miss Mary Whitehead has returned from her visit to McAllister Springs. Mrs. M. F...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 9 August 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1881 BOKDER BALLADS. Kmsss'i:y Star. Mr. Josie .fames went out one day, Aud met sin express train on the way ; He said ti the passengers "howdy do," And robbed that express train through and through. He cut ihe throat of the patent air-brake, Aud made thethrottleof thebulgine quake; He tossed the tender high in the air, Aud cut the stomach from the cowchat hair. !? killed 495 men With his I. "jo" calibre pop, and then He seized ihe bell-pull with a shout, And j-rk-d that express train inside out. SAD, BUT TRUE. A Brilliant Young Journalist Gone Hopelessly Insane. Jot. V. Fern: 1, formerly eonneeted with i!i- jrt-- of tliis city, and whose wrtings in tin- Kansas Tity Evening Herald and tttluT publications have endeared him to meinlwirs of the craft all over the state, has Ikvoihc h..-elesIy insane and his once brilliant mind is a total wreck. Inspeak ing of the .-ad aii'air, the Kansas City .Star l!e is :iw at his home in Boonville, Mi... ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 9 August 1881

t THE SEDAXIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY AUGUST 9, 1881. r RELIGIOUS TRAMPS. I A Fraternity That Does ReallF t Exist. j . . m, - , - A Sketch of Their Modes of Oper-j ation and How they Deceive the People. j ; The Clergy are not Deceived, oh, , no They Spot them at Once . mi a ai - i Reformation Evidently Needed. New York Sun. That man is a religious tramp," said Manager Bunting, of the Christian Home for Intemperate Men. The man had apparently just passed mid- j die lite. "He can sing hnely, pray earnestly and exhort eloquently. J wish I could talk as well as he can." "Why do you call him a religious tramp ?" 4I will explain There are relig- ions tramps just the same as there are , tramps who pray upon the general public, and who are honest enough to make no pretence of religion. These religious tramps are known to eveiy I evangelist, clergyman and philau-tread thropist. They hunt gospel temper- ance meetings, make religious profus- sious in the meetings of the Women's j Christion union...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 9 August 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1881. 121-20 PER YARD. ; If" Red uced - PriossjOn LACE BUNTINGS At Higginsville last week quite an interesting wedding occurred among the colored population, especially when the minister asked the question if any one. knew a reason why this mam aad woman should not be married. An old colored woman rose up and publicly stated she knew of some reason, "Dat man has bin sharin my bed fur some time an' I 'jects to dat oder wench takin him away." Mr. Bartols wishes to thank his many patrons in and arouad' Windsor for past favors shown aim. Parties wishing any thing in the musical line will be promptly attended to by Messrs. Beeby & Meloin, of Windsor, who hare taken the agency for that neighborhood, Mr. Bartels being com pelled to devote most of his time in Seda lia, where both lie and Prof. Werti wil Ae pleased to meet their old customers as well as many new ones. Pianos and oitifans I sold as usual on small monthly payments. -They are put...

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