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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 16 January 1883

SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, MO., TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1883. VOLUME 14. NUMBER 35. JEFFERSON CITY. The Marquis of Lorne the Governor's Guest. Billy Ryder's Bill to Prohibit Teaching of German. Sur Law Makers Take a Re ligious Turn. is-uii noY;00 nff 4- rol Marshall Carries off the Coal Oil Plum. Iihrely Opening othe Prohibition Campaign. Penitentiary Affairs Getting an Overhauling. Special to the Bazoo. Jefferson City, January lo. The Marquis of Lome, Princes Louise aad party arrived here at noon to-day, and are new the guests of the governor of tbe state. Officers and members ef the legis lature and representatives of the press have been given an informal reception. Ti:e f arty will proceed east in the morning.. In the meantime they will remain the gover nor's cuest3. A bill will be introduced in the house Moadayjto prefesb't the teaching of German in the public os. Reformer. Billy Ryder, a lobby member, is its author. F. Brady, chairaian of the Library Com mittee, claims to have...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 16 January 1883

2 THE SEDAXJA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JANUARY "LTJCKY" BALDWIN SHOT. 'the Noted California Millionaire Assaulted by a Woman. The Girl Claiming: to be His Cousin and That She was Only Aveng ing Her Wrongs Hit in the Arm, but Not Danger ously Hurt. San Francisco, Jan. 5. E. J. Baldwin, known as "Lucky" Baldwin, a. well-known millionaire, and proprie tor of Baldwin's hotel, was uhot at 10 a. m., yesterday, in one of the corri dors of -the hotel, by Miss Fannie Baldwin, aged 23 years. As Mr. Baldwin and his niece, Mrs. Carroll, Avere walking down the hall they passed Miss Baldwin, who' turned and fired one shot from a pocket pistol, striking Baldwin in the arm. Miss Baldwin followed him up and attempt ed to shoot again, but the revolver be came entangled in er dress. She was arrested and taken to the city prison, and a charge of attempted murder was preferred against her. Mr. Bald win's wound is not dangerous. Jliss Baldwin claims to be a cousin of "Lucky," and that Mr. Baldwin had wrong...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 16 January 1883

SEDAIilA WEEKLY BAZOO TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1883- h JEFFERSON CITY. Prohibitionists in Good Fight ing Trim. Proposed Amendment to the Constitution. New Bills for Stringent License Laws. liquor Sales by Druggists Limited to Five Gallons. Proposed Chancres in the Mer chants' License Law. Against Billiard and Pool Tables in Dram Shops. aetl to the Baeoo. Jeffebsojc City, Jan. 10. The prohibitionists, as reported in my U-dav'a dispatches, are in fighting trim aad propose to carry the war into the anti- ?ro"hibitionist camp without further delay 'he delegation of prohibitionists held a meeting to-night at which the amendment spoken of to-day was submitted for consid eration and subjected to some alterations The amendment as agreed upon, leaving et the formal provisions providing for its submission at the next general election, is m foliowH: THE PROHIBITION AMENDMENT. Concurrent resolution submitting to tfce qualified voters of the state of Mis souri, at the next general election, an amend...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 16 January 1883

THE SEP ALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1883. ftET) A TjT A BAlZOO! Wanting" in tlieSCaIe f mrait-v splendid family with a ha.dsoae bank sideoflLe republican party."' Publisher : J. WEST GOODWIN. j major portion of the cities of Araeri- account I" and various other expres- Mr. Test awl his friends propos VEKMS or BY MAI I, SUBSCRIPTION': -rOBTAGK FKEK. an y, Including Sunday, npr vmv... t nr -Sunday bunion, ncr year o ;jq ; 15 xxmj, aeiivcrea in ihe city, per week. KKWS DKALKRS irjukuir ApjUrid at Stents per opr. .Ail subscriptions srs payable in advance, iinfiDUi at the end of time paid for. Hon TO SEND MOKKT. BemittncH may m:.de by draft, roonoy arur: cgjsicrtxj leuw. at our riMc. ive TvoMoflire trees m lull, including tet and foiintr, ud J. WT GOODWIN, Sednlta, Mo. WEEKLY BAZOO. iEDAUIA, MO. TUESDAY. JAKUARY 36. 1883. THB SABBATH. "Sir days shalt thau labor and do all thy work, but the seventh is the Gabhatn of the Lrd thy God." Could a latten be plainer in teaching the w...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 16 January 1883

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1883 5 BEAUTY'S DANGER. Solution of the St. Louis Sensation. Miss Garrison Restored to Family and Friends. Chloroformed and Abducted by Roughs For the Purpose of Obtaining Hansom Money. Conflicting: Statements Regard ing This Sensation. Globe-Democrat of Yesterday. Miss Zerelda Garrison has succeeded in making a great noise in the community. Che is seventeen years old, and possessed of a face and figure that are attractive. The daughter af Mrs. Abraham Garristn, of Kirkwood, she has wealthy relations and sin. elegant home and surrounded by every inllaence calculated to refine, and GRANTED EVERY INDULGENCE consonant with her position in life, it was not expected that she would ever achieve the glowing notoriety that is to-day asso ciated with her name. She was a pupil at the -Mary ville convent of the Sacred Heart, and, after spending the holid iys ameng her family here, started to return to the con vent last Saturday afternoon. She cam ...

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. — 16 January 1883

6 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1883. THE BAR ASSOCIATION Meets and Passes Its Last Tri bute to Judge Wm. B. Napton. Resolutions of Respect Reported, and Unanimously Adopted. . The committee appointed at yesterday's meeting of the Sedalia Bar Association, to draft appropriate resolutions iu respect to tke memory of the late Judge William Barclay Napton, made their report this Morning, and. on motion, the resolutions were receivtd. It watt then mo red and seconded that the preamble and resolutions be adopted, and after rent arse by Hon. John F. Philips, $eorge P. B. Jackson, Hon. Wm. S. Shirk. Bery C. Smith, E. J. Smith, and also a afeert sddrees by tke chairman, Judge Strother, tke inotioa was unanimously adapted. KtnoLin ions. Whereas, The members of the Pettis &aaaty bar have received the sad intelli gence of the sudden death of Hon. Wil liaM Barclay Napton ; and, Whkrea, We not only have an interest 2M his fame as the common inheritance of all the people of t...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 16 January 1883

'HE SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JANUARY atf I IiANGTRY'S BIG- PROFITS. 0rer $100,000 Thus Far Received From Her Eastern Engagement Successful Stars Financially Con trasted Bernhardt's Popularity. Iscw York Sta . Americaus are, and always have beeu, a theatre-sroing people. Even when the nation was in the throes of a great civil war the theatres were crowded. Indeed, the foundations of many theatrical fortunes were laid duriug those troublous times, and it was then that the prices of admission to places of amusement were advanced and the reserved seat principle insti tuted. It was in 1864 that Edwin Booth appeared in "Hamlet" for one hundred consecutive performances at the Winter Garden, and on almost eveiy occasion to large and paj-ing houses- Spectacle, burlesque and do mestic drama were to be seen at the other theatres. The people seemed to wish to drown all thought of the hor rors through which the country was passing inHhe light and glitter of the playhouse. Isot only this, bu...

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. — 16 January 1883

THE SUNDAY MORNING BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1883. HOLIDAY DRY GOODS. WE WILL OPEN On Monday Morning A well selected and useful line o novelties, suitable (or Choice hand embroidered hand kerchiefs, ladies' and gents hem stitched initial handkerchiefs, real lace fichues and scarfs. Full line of the very best makes in XID GLOVES Every item purchased with a view to utility. Wm. Curraii, 119 & 121 OHIO STREET. WEEKLY BAZOO SEDAl-TA, Mo., TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1R83. BAZOO BUZZ. S. G. Needles for sewing machines. Blank books at McClellan's. Buy your Groceries at West's. A Mrs. Define, living near Clifton, iied yesferday. Atchison, Kansas, rr-slaurant keepers are feeding their boarders on ox-t:il soup and buffalo roasts. There is an affinity. The city council of Joplia has passed r ftrHinannp declaring- the establishment of a quarantine against towns infected with j jiinall pox. Mr. and Mrs. John Schroer. on Second and Osage, were made happy Friday night hj the appearance of twins. T...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 January 1883

SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. VOLUME 14, SEDALIA, MO., TUESDAY, JAGUAR 5T 23, 1883. NUMBERI36. WOMAN ABOUT TOWN. Melange of Social Gossip' for Brerybody. The "woiuan ' w allowed to pursue her waj m usual about town this wee, but the cold has had an efiect even upon the "Goesiperf." Probablj they are afraid they might be congealed, souiething afier she fashion of Lut's wife, should they be Mght wagg'ug their tongues too freelr, hmi such as it is, the "feast" is prepared, tke "table" laid and "grace" pronounced ffa the bidden guests. A. DESERVED YESDICT. Tke verdict which awarded $75,000 dam age in a recent breach of promise case in an eastern city was the occasion of quite an animated discussion in J he pr.rlor of a res idence in the southern part of this city a few days ago. Some of the participants in tke discussion claimed that the figures were to high, others that they were not high asagh, while all agreed that no woman of any delicacy could think of being a liti gant in sock a case. Now...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 January 1883

2 THE SEDAIilA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1883. : t ' i LOVELTZ". lilLY. Her" Impressions of America, Its People, Newspapers and Audiences She Talks Freely and Sweetly. em to have done their duty thorough ly, carefully and conscientiously, Ihey j i are sometimes 'Oh, ves, quite so at least in most instances. Ye had A MOST HORRIBLE AUDIENCE FOLLOWING THE "LILY.' eisms. but always fair. I like a true) Sh i ' though' said Mrs. Langtry i critic, and frequently get many good , "tnere waB anions those present a let ' ! ideas from my critics. How much ftl o creatures I believe you call! How Stage Beauties Catch on toj the New Advertising Plan. Brooklyn Kngle more Her' Description of the Process of Killing and Packing Re porters in the City By the Lake. decent, and elevating is the t uallerv eods 'Somethinsrscemed j ".Have i the pleasu tle 1 to disturb them in the early part of ; the manager of this re of add res-ing eHitblisbment ?' i true journalist who is both a genl man and a cr...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 January 1883

a HE SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY THE PLANTERS' PYRE. St. Louis' Famous Old Hotel Meets the Popular Fate, Yesterday Morning. Amother Hotel Falls a Victim to the Fire Fiend, and More lives are Lost. The Awful Horror of Milwau kee Re-Enacted, Though on a smaller scaie. Tkroo Employes Burned to Death The Guests all Escape, with but Scant Clothing. 8t. Louis, Jan. 15. It was just ten min utes past 4 o'cock yesterday morning when lb fireman in the engine room of the Planters house discovered live coals drop piag on the paved alley outside the win dow. Going out he found it densely tilled with smoke. It was impossible to distin guish the locality of the tire which caused it. The coals, however, evidently came from the store-room of the hotel, which is a part of a frame structure extending out across the alley at the second floor, and abutting on the large furniture ware, rooms f the auction house of Block, Tyler & Co. The fireman ran to the end of the alley, where high gates ...

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. — 23 January 1883

THE SEDAIIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1883. SBDAXiIA BAZOO 1 FiMMter : J. WEST GOODWIN. F ftCBArRIPTlOK: BY MAIL rOS9AIE TMMK. juW, iKeewratg Skadar, ).rr yr ndsry editioa, p?r tY - . Wtklv, M number, per year July, "d"ti i ered in the city, per wilc. . .$6 oo . 2 -" . 1 00 . 15' askpaiied at 3 amis per eaaj. ptiont are payable Jb aKTBe, aim M the d of Hase paid fer. i&ee May a mailt ky draft, atoaey rde wW, at aur riBk. portoflicc fnH, iMMIu atftf aa tnintT, aud J. 1TJWT GOODWIN. alalia, Me. WEEKLY BAZOO. sFDALIA, MO. TOBSPAY, JAKUAltY 23, 1S8S. FABT MAIL SBRVICB. 'At entt Mae pasted an amend ment i tht ptetoffice appropriation feffl, ajpwprimiing 1185,000 ior fast mail terviet in the east. This will OBtinua the tt nai! traiei that are ew learing "New, YoTk and Fhiladel phtt, aad hy which the nails reach Ilia wi and Bth twelre hours ear lier than they otherwise would. The $15,000 are appropriated for three trains. One leaves New York at 4:35 a. m. and runs to Albany th...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 January 1883

t THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1883. NEMESIS. BY ROSA PEA RLE. Sometime from out the brawl and noise, Tke care and misery of strife, "We fain must slap and squarely f&oe This troubled pageantry of Hie. "We may put off with laugh and song iTke day, and deeper quaff the wise, Which Pleasure's press distill amid The son's illumined shine, Bt, after all, there follows oa This shade w, and despite of fears, We tarn at last and lo ! behold The record of the perished years. raat Goi there he no brand of shame, Hoc ire barned letters of a crime, Jfe thing that we woald blot for aye, So nrekee,measure of the rhyme. rant God there be ne hate within, He wrong that we woald fain aade, Ne havntiug memories of those A. eofta lid that from the view, He pais thai we had saved hy care For those with whom ear let was cast, He hitter wail of rain remorse, Far memeata wasted ia the past. Se, shall "Nemesis" lose its dread, . so shall the promise of release Hold aething bat the sum...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 January 1883

6 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1883. DORSEY-TAYLOR. jSfttement of James Francis, Father of Mrs. Taylor, Which Plunkett Dorseyis Not Shown up in a Very Enviable Light. . Taylor's Honor Touched for by Men of Undoubted In- la Tuesday evening's isiue of the Bazoo an interview of reporter with Mr. Robert horsey, was published, which purported to now the true inwardness of the trouble at Georgetown, and in which Mrs. Taylor, wife of W. K lay lor, was charged with having been criminally intimate with Plunkett Dersev, brother of the man who furnished the news to the faber shover, he claiming that the charge of burglary was my a blind. This statement met the gaze of Mr. James Francis, father the lady in question, and in order to show the "true status' of the matter, he this morning aeaght an interview witha reporter ol this paper, in which it is shown plainly that every question has two sides to it. FRANCIS STATEMENT. W. K. Taylor is the owner of a green house in Georgetown...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 January 1883

THE SEDATJA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1883. THE GREAT MARCH STORM. On What the Prophet Wiggins Bases His Predictions Storms He has Prognosticated His Caution to the Princess Lou ise. Ottawa Can. Cor. New York Herald. I wish I could feel as certain of fesaven as I do that a great storm will j pass over the country on 'the 9th-llth of March next, remarked Trot Wig gins when speaking to your correspon dent about his recent predictions. "1 observe that the chief signal officer of the Washiugion meteorolog ical bureau discredits your predic tion, and says it is impossible for you to foreshadow the storm you say will weep from ocean to ocean next march. "What have you to sav on the sub ject r ' 'Nothing, but that the storm will come unless the planets stop in their orbits, and that the chief officer of the signal bureau talks of what he knows nothing about ; opinions never changed nature's laws." " Admitting that, will yon tell me why you believe, or to be more posi tive, how you...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 January 1883

8 THE SEP ALT A WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1883. - , . j " ' " " : ' 1 HOLIDAY DRY GOODS WE WILL OPEN On Monday Morning A well selected and aeefal line of novelties, writable for Choice hand embroidered hand kerchiefs, ladies1 and -gents hem stitched initial handkerchiefs, real lace fichues and scarfs. Full liae of Ike very best makes in KID GLOVES. Ever j item parch a ed with a view to Utility, Wm. Curran, iia & m ohio street. WEEKLY BAZOO. .SEDALIA, Mo.. TUESDAY, JANUARY 23. 1883. Weather Report. Corrected daily for the Bazoo by C. G. Taylor, Horologist and Optician, No. 8 Ouo street, for the twenty-four hours end ing at 8 o'clock p. m., January 20. 1883. Mas Presents. fOTK. THER. I BAR WIKD. 1 VEATHER sum. 6 29:30 I n Snow. 2jn. 3 29:2G , x w Clear. Sp.m. 5 29:34 w " Extremes 13 and r. below zero. BAZOO BUZZ. 8. G. Needles for sewing machines. Blank books at McClelland. But your Groceries at West's. The officers buying cavalry horses here, will remain until next Thurs...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 30 January 1883

WEEKLY BAZOO. VOLUME 14. SEDAIilA. NUMBER 37. SEDALIA f WOMAN ABOUT TOWN. Melange of Social Gossip for Everybody. HOW THKY GO TO CHUKCH. Ttiey 1 a little d and when everybttdy does, on Sunday morning they I sre a little hurried.whcn the old hmss clock j on the mantle hegius to draw within speak-! ing distance of the church hour. ! Generally the old man leads off. lie has Imtu sitting around kind o' stretching him-j self in front of the Ore toasting his lauk shins and leading the Bazoj, until he hap- pens to notice how l3U it is. and the.i he j rushes up stairs, and he yells ; j c;Ma-, I say, Ma, where the dickens is j inv shirt?" . n the ton drawer of where they're alwavs kept who is busy combing little iTop drawer of what bureau ?M j "Weil, John, vou are too silly : whv, our roem. 4 All right ; but vou didn't put my sleeye I buttons in." "Yes, so I have. Did you see anythiu lythiug it right low it's i my collar button. I know 1 Sett here on the bureau last night, and now rone ? ' "...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 30 January 1883

THE SEDAXIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JANUARY '30, 1888. - mr s . - " I " I ZERELDA. Ber Case Utilized As A Text for An In terestiv. Ser mon. te Decadence of the Marriage Institution Among the Rich The Wealthy Have No Monopoly of Domes tic Fellicity. Hew York, Jan. 19. The alleged akinetiou of Mise Garrison in St. Lei is has been the continental talk, si this family has had a hold at vari ant times, in every portion of the con tinent. It ie one of the very sucessfu! Holland Dutch families rested in New York 8t(. Notwithstanding all that has been written abeut the Dutch settler n America, our people are very far from "iezing npn the vivid points f that people. Hollsud was a com posite state, made up of Germanic and Dutch elements, with access ions from many other persecuted na tion such as the Sclavic Bohemian. and the Jpwish Portuguese. The Dutch were at once an insular and a mari time nation, fond of their hoi e among the canals and creeks of Hoi land, but also expert in distant mer c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 30 January 1883

THE SEDALIA 71 ws BAZOO TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1883. FROM THE CAPITAL 8treet Railway Superinten dents for Cities of Over 50,000 Inhabitants. A Resolution Regarding Rail road Discrimination Be tween First-Class Pas sengersAmending the Statutes. A Bill to Amend the Johnson Law to Make Gambling a Misdemeanor Instead of a Felony. The First Bill to Become a Law German in the Public Schools Capital Notes and Gossip. ftpceUl toSed&lis Bazoo. Jkkfkrson City, Jan. 23. There was no session of the legislature yeaterday morning, both h ou.es having ad journed over from Saturday to Monday afternoon. The committees in the mean time had been hrd at work, and when the assembly opened in the afternoon, returned a lare number of bills back to the houses in which they originated THE GAMBLING KILL. Mr. Hughleit, from the committee on criminal jurisprudence, returned the bill introduced by Mr. Brooks on Friday, en titled, "An act to amend ait act entitled. 'Offenses against public morals and de oency"...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 30 January 1883

1 THE SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 80, 1883. SEDALIA BAZOO I v . iiibiiu wboi win " : ) BY MAR-M5TACK THKR. ' , KuBAMrediuon, prryer .. a 50 , D,mwiiTifhcitT,porvk i5 'JfthceSdjy id to?' D! nown mn moskt. i",klTtiZ V. IMllTTm Mi-ik mirraiw mnVI 2fc Jwl, meftadiof late ami county, nd J. WEST GOODWI5. Sedan, V. WEEKLY BAZOO. bSDALIA, mo. TVMBDAY, J A NT? A BY 1883. OUR NSW MASTER. It it civilization where children caa be dragged from their homes by roughs, the grave robbed fits wealthy dead, and Maidens in broad daylight gaatched from the street, to be held for 1 raaeom, r for a purpose so base ami terrible that one with femaie rel- alive hardly dares contemplate its poaribilitv? These are but some of the virions manifestations of thatj Which, we ask, is worse, the opi elaesof hwdlums, ihngsand ruffians, j m en or the whiskv salonn? Which which possesses a kingdom the law . T. T. U. cannot, or aocs nor, reacn. It the war waie its earliest school master, even it parent, and th...

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