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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 11 December 1877

WEEKLY BAZOO. BATES OF ADVERTISING. DAILY BAZOO: One square, one insertion M $ 7f " three M 1 fit - " one wefe 2 50 "WEEKLY BAZOO: Dne square, or lew, one insertion ..... SI 25 Each subsequent insertion 75 Dne square one time, dailv w-eklv.. 1 75 J. WEST GOODWIN, Editor and Pre p-ito Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOG The oldest daily paper in the cky, -nnsively read thronghoat the centra' "on of tie State, by businem men, an .cliing all clause!", it offeni inducement adverti-em as the best medium througr .icli to reach the public VOLUME IX; SEDALIA. MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 11, 1877. NUMBER 24. TERMS OF rnXXWAX Hv; yar. BABOO: S2 5f I' ' JjJJBBjBBBrjBjjBBBBBBJjBBBBBI i " - IpTSfr na5 ' tm TO SUBSCRIB ERS We have adopted and will strictly adhere to the following rules: All subscription for the Weekly Bazoo must be paid for in advance. All papers will tapromptlystoppedupon the expiration of the snlKcription, utiles notification of renewal, accompanied by the ;ash, is receive...

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. — 11 December 1877

WEEKLY BAZOO. TUEBD.1T. DECEMBER. H, 1877. The President' message wts read to Congress yesterday. It is rather a Itagthy document, as from tbe num ber sad inporunoe of tbe subjects traated it necessarily must be; but it is a more sensible, broad and liberal production than tbe people have jet aaan from a Republican executive. la regard to his Southern policy he says: The measures adopted by the ad ministration have been subjected to se vere and varied criticism. Any course whatever would have incurred this, but I trust these measures were right. and in my judgment such as were most ib harmony with tne conauiu tioa and with tbe genius of our peo pie, and best adapted under all the cuoasMtances to attain tne eno in view. Upon the finances be thus expresses I cannot be mistaken, I think, in re garding as pre-eminent the policy and measures which are designed to secure the restoration of currency to that normal and healthful condition, in which, by tbe resumption of specie payment,' our...

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. — 11 December 1877

fat 11 A DANIELS MOW Cometh Unto Judgment. Tkt Myeteriotui Tragedy of Last 8pring. This morning John W. Daniels wa taken from the Pettis county jail to Warrensburg, where he will be tried for the murder of William Miller, a short distance north of this city, last February. The murder was one of peculiar atrocity, and for the benefit of those unacquainted with the par ticulars, we republish a full ncccount of the affair: On the 24th of last February, Mr. J. C. Cas'le, who re-ides on the old Pilkington farm, north of the city, brought information to Coroner V. H. Evans, that he had found the lxxly of a dead person on the farm. A jury was summoned and Mr. Cas tle led them to the spot where the un known lay dead, which was on the north bank of big Cedar Creek, about three and one-half miles north of Se klia, on the Marshall road. There, in the corner ol the fence, wrapped in a patchwork . quilt, nearly covere1 wit drift-wood and debris from the eSeats of a resent freshet, was the tody l...

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. — 11 December 1877

ME DEEAM OF ST. THERESA. Baveron heard of the dream she bad Theresa the Saint! v? Come, listen, ye gooa and led ! And been" it not laintiy. A wierd, awful woman she saw. And wondered what brouaht her; In one liand she. ore flaming straw. In the oilier Mad, water. "Where bound I" akel Theresa. "O, tell." The answer wn. jnvcn : "Theresa. I go to qi.eueh hell. And then to bum heaven." "Bat whr.flkfJ tl.eft.int, -Jo von make So wi!ilaiiwleaurr' 'So that men for hi own holy aK, May love Cod forever." . ErrjsSr.firNT. THE STAGE. Etnma Abbott is in loiva. 1 he Worrell Sifters are t Akron, Ohio. Heller is still at his old triek- in Bo-ton. Januschek i playing in Philadelphia siuec Dec. 3rd. Marv Anderson is due at St. Louis on Chnstmn Ee. " Lewis Morrison is still wandering around Indi ana. The Oaten Comj-any is at Library Hall, Pitt bur. " 1 Mr. D.H. Harkin tears thing" in Pitt-burg next week. " John Jack and Annie Fennin arc in Portland Oregon. SariUbnry'e Troubadours are tloing it gaily ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 18 December 1877

XirT7T T7-T XT "OA 7AA ww n r w r u . i .m VI JJiJIYJJ X JLS.n.A4 VT VS W 'aW W -W" Sw. DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily paper in the city, an rnoforly read throughout the centr: ion of the State, by business men, an. .'ung all classes, it offers inducement advertisers as the best medium throng .Ich to reach the public. M I a I I mm H H L I V lS, I 1 1 One square, one insertion $ 71 kljM WW ' J 1 V m. J sat W M an. nf M af WEEKLY KAZOO? Dae square, or lew. one insertion SI 25 Bach mhaeaneiit insertion 75 s-c uc T7YYT TTJUX1 TV CPT ATT lfTOfiATTiii mTTnnTx.Ti TERMS OF 3TJ3TDAY MORXIXG BAZOO : jsattor ana jtTCprietoi ' xi jivjlij.caa One year, - - - fc & nBSeSS Snananaw 1 HS 3SE39 i the conclusion to charge him with murder or arson. But why the pres ent moment should have been chosen for such an exhibition of bad temper is not so clear. If there was usurpa tion on the part of President Hayes, Mr. Conkling voted for it. His name is recorded in favor of the acceptance of the report of t...

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. — 18 December 1877

WEggLY BAZOO. &h: )ALIA TUESDAY. DECEMBER, 18, 1877. "GUILTY I" In another colamn will be found the last of the evidence in the Daniel case, together with the verdict of the jury. Daniel has had a fair trial, he was ably defended, and allowed every ad vantage, by Judge Rogers, consistent with the law. The jury was com posed of intelligent and humane, but just men. They listened carefully to the evidence, weighing every doubt with a leaning to -the side of mercy, and upon that evidence they returned the verdict that John William Daniel was guilty as the indictment charged. Guilty of what? Guilty of taking the advantage of a man's unhappy do mestic circumstances to induce him to leave home that he might obtain pos session of the property he coveted. Guilty of feigning friendship for hi traveling companion, while he knew in his own murderous heart he was leading him, step by step, to his doom. And Bnally, after arriving at that se cluded camping place after partaking of their eveni...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 18 December 1877

THE DROP Is What is Decreed for John Wm. Daniel. Verdict: Guilty of Murder in the First Degree. 'Well, by God ! Nobody Can Stand it Better Than I Can !" SECOND DAY. AFTEKNOON SESSION. Testimony of O. Hurt resumed 1 spent that night at Cuarlie Hellw h1 and on the D'-xt morning I went buck to Sedaiia on the same road that 1 come. I met near Cra ven' field a team, north of Cedarcreek, that morning, before it waH light. The team wan Roinj; north. It v. about run up wii ti I iv-iched Odar creek camping ground. It had rained that night and 1 noticed the wagon track run from where it had camped -1 r ine oigm oeiore. IT WAS A FRESH WAGON TRACK. I could not. in going toward Sedaiia, after going Miutli ot Cedarcreek, nee any wagon lra-k, sol concluded that the wagon that made the track coing north on that Friday morning was i tie same a llie one that had camed at Cedar creek. What attracted my attention was that the wagon went into the camp from the north and in the morn ing it went from the ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 18 December 1877

ONE CENT. o Alleviate the Pone of the Poor. "A Penny Bayed ia a Penny Earned." Some time ago the penny movement was introduced into thin citr. Many of the large uteres in St. Louis have adopted it, r.nd the introduction of pennies in the jjreat Western metropolis, seems to have lieen attended with good results. When ever certain articles that are indispensable to every day life are brought within the means of all clases, the consumption is in creased in a corresponding or even greater ratio. Take, for instance, a box of matches, for uhich we pay five cents; under the penny system the price would be three or four cents ; the same with apples, cigars or nuts, and a thousand little necessaries or luxu ries of life. Some may say the matter of saving two cents or one cent in five is a small affair; but life is made up of small matters, and to the man who has to support a family on $1.50 or $2.00 a day, the saying of eves one cent m five is an im portant matter in the aggregate of a week'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 25 December 1877

WEEKLY BAZOO, HATES OF ADVERTISING. Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOG Tire oldest daily paper in the city, an-1 DAILY bazoo: One square, one insertion.. $ 75 rrtcnsively read throughout the central " three " 1 5C; " one week - 2 50 j WEEKLY BAZOO: J Dne square, or Jess, one insersion $1 25 Each subsequent insertion 75 , Dne square one time, dailv & weekly.. 1 75 J. WEST "GOODWIN, Editor and Pre pnetoi o:t:on of the State, by business men, and .caching all classes, it offers inducement 'o advertisers as the best medium throua wuich to reach the public. VOLUME IX. SEDALIA, MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 25, 1S77. V NUMBER 26. TERM OP SC2TDAY JKMWDfO BAZOO: One year, - - - S2 5fl w - I I I . . . 1 . E f?f 3UF" ?K i ici rTR, E 2X22 7j7 TO SUBSCRIB ERS We have adopted and will stncllv adhere to the miiowing rules: All sulcriptions for the Weekly IIazoo must be paid for in advance. All papers will be promptly .stopped upon the expiration of the subscription, unless notification of...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 25 December 1877

t 1 WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY. DECEMBER, 25, 1877. The. Porte is inclined to sue lor epace and appeals to Europe. Lerdo's adherents have gained a audi success at Lir, Mexico. A bloody aortie was that of Osman Paaka'a, who had 12,000 killed and wounded in it. How would Mr. Crandall's and Mayor Clark's speeches at the Leroy House convention sound now ? There is nothing like having a pure minded patriot for a citizen, like O. A. Crandall, for instance. See an other column. England is reported uneasy upon the present status of the Russo-Turko war, and is rapidly increasing her naval and military strength. The question is now. who was to di vide with Crandall? Certainly not the Honorable Mayor. Neither was it Ballon & Co. Echo answers who? The election of Antes was a fire brand in the camp. Certain persons knew that, and that is the reason the Crandall-Clark ring wanted him beaten. It has been ascertained by a naval court of inquiry that the commander of the Huron was responsible...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 25 December 1877

EUGENE'S BABY. DUST TO DUST. DANIXL BROUGHT BACK. FOUR BSD BUGS TXBBIBLX ACCIDKHT. DASTARDLY MUSDXB, Being a True Account of a Strange and Thrill ing JJisasicr. BY MCG. Oh, Eugene has a baby, The picture of it dad ; But when it has the colic, Oh, my I ain't Eugene mad ! He cannot write a leader, But what'this babe will squall "When the bottle's sought to feed her Lo ! 'Gene has drank it all ! For habit's strong as nature, With him or any other; "A bottle's made for 'craythur,'" Says 'Gene unto its mother. One day this baby ranges, Unto forbidden Fields, And tore up his exchanges, With' wild, ferocious squeals! ' At length this babe was able, To roam a little ronnd, He climbed upon the table, And in an inkstand drow n'd. A reporter happened by, And saw this veiy item ; H quickly home did fly To publish ad lib-i-tum. As Eugene went to dinner, He heard the newsboys cry : A little baby sinner. Did in an inkstand die ! When he found that the Dispatch, Had publish'd it the first, Kight in...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 25 December 1877

THE HOUSEHOLD. CURING HAMS. Tb principal thins n curing hams is to gel them just salt enongb to keep, and not so wit a to in jure the flavor or cause them to lwoine JiarJ. My plan of curing is as follows ; When the ham are trimmed, rub each one with tolerable fine salt, mod pack in tightca-ks holdins about 150 gallon. Make awect pickle by using one and R llf gal lons ofXew Orleans molasses or its equivalent in sugar, and six ounces of powdered saltpetre to forty gallons water.with salt enough to make the pickle float a potato when it is nude. Let it tand until the senm rises and it bkiinmed ofl. Have the hams in the cask weighted down s-o they will not rise when covered with the pickle. They should remain in the pickle from five to six week-. i a .. Ar Ka r!a If posed tofreeang weaU.er. th.y will euro much l-,.-fi,. i.r,l!.r Some leiotis take their i AnAA t- fuiViiml stir the brine; thi is a good plan when one can Mre the time, as by long standing it gros weaker towards the top. Whe...

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

WEEKLY BAZOO. BATSS OF ADVERTISING. DAILY BAIOO: One square, one insertion.. .. $ 71 " three " ... 1 6t " one week 2 50 WEEKLY BAZOO: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily paper in the city, an-1 Pensively read throughout the centra) ortionof the State, by businessmen, and eaching all classes, it oners inducement, o advertisers as the best medium through which to reach the public. One square, or less, one insersion..... $1 25 Each subsequent insertion................ 75 Darnquare one time, daily a weekly.. 1 75 volume IX. SEDALIA, MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY I. 1878. V J. WEST GOODWHT, Editor and Pre prietoi NUMBER 26. terms or scsvxr mowcto bazoo: One year, . . - 2 ofl AZOOcB ii nlnn AuV -aanananm1 i IsslIsSkIsS i mnananml Mt R feKSB H KflLaffflfln.HBK'llll TO 8UB8CBIB.ER8 We have adopted and will strictlvadhem to the following rules: All subscriptions for the Weekly Baz o must be paid for in advance. All papers will be promptly stopped upon the expiration of the...

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. — 1 January 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA TUESDAY. JANUARY. 1, 1878. A GOOD THING. One of the leading New York Weeklies has hit upon a happy plan for disnosincr of people who want to talk the editor to death. Upon en- The first balloon ever seen in India tering the office the visitor sees in the J will go up on the occasion of the forth glass partition before him four win- J coming reception to the Viceroy and dows, with silver plate over each. One ( the great native princes. is insrrilw! "Rnnkkeener. anotner. , ' the Prussian spiked helmet or pickle- scrintion and last, but not least, the . , , - - "i lA urn. nnM1. haube. It will be made of cloth in fourth is inscribed ior ISoref. Any , . Mi . . ..... ' stead of leather, but will carrv the strancrer showing a disposition to argue . ' i - . e 4. tt .. genuine ora?s spike on the top. the subject for more than five minutes b 1 1 is referred to the fourth window, where , prof Swing of Chicag0 a speaking tube, running down intoT k sermotlf ft. the cellar, ...

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. — 1 January 1878

Written for the Daily Bazoo. CHRISTMAS. The following beautif al poem from an esteemed Iowa coBtribator, is worthy to take its place among the many Christmas carols which hare rang their tuneful chimes around the world.J Myriad voices, tuned to the sweet measure Of the heart, flow out in happy greetings ! Merry Christmas 1 The words sparkle and dance Like the glad rush of mountain streams ! Love's golden taper ia lighted anew, And the sweet bleasednesa of hope and trust Attune all things to beauty. The sorrow's soft Billows gemmed with icicles, look warm and Luminous reflections from the hearts deep Urn of gennial, happy thoughts ! And thrilling flood of melody from deep toned ,. Organs, dissolve in low, aerial strains Through lofty corridors! In the hushed pauses, We list to the majestic anthem, "On Earth peace, good-will toward men." Be- sponsive Echoes seem to come from spheres invisible And hills they well may claim affinity With Judea's mountains their aged brows Are dyed with ...

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. — 1 January 1878

vv' 3s I 12. oub xaioixo ooLmor. At the reqaeat of neveral of oar Maaoaic Mbacriben, we hare decided to add a Miitonic DepartaBcat to oar Sukdat Bazoo, and will continae it aa loaf as desired. We will be pleased to receive contributions from Brothera on Bitten of local interest to the Yarious bodies of Masons in the city and in the town around, and especially desire to have omplete histories of the lodges in the different towns in the CoaatY. rsocxxMxas or cbabv uml The proceedings of the 57 ta aaaaal commnaics- tkmoT the Grand Lodge of Masons ia the state of Missouri, has been issued, sad nukes a patnph let or nearly three haadred pages. It contains a teel portrait ol Geo. Frank Goulejr. which n a magnificent engnmag executed by J. C. Buttre A our readers rosy no: hve an opportunity of feeing the report e give the derisioaa of the Grand Master: rtasT. Vfh-a chrgs io terrene after the reception and reference of a petition for affiliation, it is illegal for the lodge to receirea repo...

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. — 8 January 1878

Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOG The oldest daily paper i the city, an-5 xtea-ively read throughout the ceatral ortion of the State, by business men, and aching all classes, it "offers inducement advertisers as the best medium through which to reach the public. BATES OF ADVERTISING. DAILY BAZOO: One square, one insertion. $ ' " three " - 1 I " one bgIj oO WEEKLY BAZOO: One square, or less, one insertion SI 25 Each subsequent insertion 75 One square one time, daily a weekly.. 1 75 VOLUME IX. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY S, IS78. NUMBER 28. T. WEST UUUUW1J1, TERMS OF SCKDAT XCKXIXa BAZOO: One ytiar, - - . $2 50 Editor and Frc pnetoi WEEKLY BAZOO. fSEmamBBwESmsN' TO 8UBSCBIB.EB8 We have adopted and will strictly adhere to the following rules : All subscriptions for the Weekly Bazo must be paid for in advance. All papers will bepromptlystoppedupon the expiration of the subscription, unless notification of renewal, accompanied by the cash, is received previous to such exp...

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. — 8 January 1878

WEEKLY BAZOO. SKDAL1A TUESDAY. JANUARY, 8, 1878. Pendleton is predicted the coming man in Ohio's Senatorial election. According to its report the K. C, St. Joseph and C. B. railroad trans ported last year, nearly one million pounds of circus. Francis Murphy has bargained with a Boston firm to lecture for 150 a night. He f-ays that he has not S500 in the world, and he desires to pay for a house that he has bought in Pittsburg. The boring of the channel tunnel between France and England is to le done by the French railway company, the Chemin de Fer du Ford, and the Southeastern and Chatham Railway Companies of England. The two lat ter will bore for half the distance from the English side, and the former from the same distance, about ten and a half miles, from the French side. It is so well settled now that Con gress is going to take up the tariff question that it may be accepted as a certainty that the session will run along into the middle of the summer. That has been the invariable ...

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. — 8 January 1878

TRAIN mOBBXB OAPTTJRSD. AIT ECCENTRIC GENIUS. GOD'S PLANS. THI SHD. COCKBXLL'S FLAK. PTJLLXD. Oil MA1TI WORK. DARING ROIBRRT. Detectives Beach Kansas City with A Union Union Pacific Highway Kansas City Journal. Detectives J. H. Gaines and T. E. Ken nedy, of Pinkerton's force, and A. W. Wait, sheriff of Ogalalla, Nebraska, pars ed through the citv yesterday en route to Sidney, Neb., with Henry Underwood, alias Tom Nixon, one of the Union Pacific train robber?, who waa captured in Wise county, Texan. sixty-five mi leu from Sherman on Ch ric Lin as night. From the officers in charge a Journal reporter gathered the particulars of the pursuit and romantic capture of the priso ner. A few days after the Big Springs rob bery, Wait, who had been shadowing the gang for some time, struck their trail, and got in his work on Collins at Buffalo sta tion on the Kansas Pacific road, the par ticulars of which are familiar 10 our read ers. He then struck for Texan, knowing the general rendezvous of t...

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. — 8 January 1878

La Etc It is It mi ft E?" I TRIX. i m Or a Hewapaporial Sewing Society Which Diaotusaeth Much That la Interesting. Hurrah for 1878! We feel like that Keatacky fellow Tm a yard wide, and all wool !" There's nothing ao iavigorating aa the commencement of a New Year, unless it putting the old one ia the Express office on New Year's Ere. If we had anything to do with it, every week would be composed of Chrwtmaae and New Years, and erery Saturday aight should be a Centennial Fourth of July, fire works and all ! That's the kind of an eight day clock' we are. Talking about Christmas, did yon hear that joke oa old Duffey? Its rich, you bet: Mr. Duffey was apparently rery much annoyed the other night, when, as he was sneaking up the front Main at 2:30 a. m., be was confronted by Mrs. Duffey, who de manded what he meant by coming home in that condition. ' Sh ! whispered Mr. Duffey, huskily, placing aa unsteady fin ger upon his hp, "Sh 1 Donsp hie, don' apeak s'loud, Christm is night; I'm jush...

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