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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 15 January 1884

SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. VOLUME 15. SEDALIA, MO., TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1884. NUMBER 33. CAPITAL CHRONICLES. A Number of Committee Re ports on Various Bills and Petitions. Scientific Report on Starch Sugar The Three Per Cent. Bond Gall. The Tobacco Import Tax Other Matters of Na tional News. COMPLIED WITH THEIR REQUEST. Washington, Jan. 12. - Secretary Folgor has complied with the request of the repre sentatives of the tobacco growing interests and reversed his former decision in regard to the duty on Sumatra leaf tobacco. Under the new ruling importers of Suma tra tobacco will be compelled to classify their importations in regard to its class or kind and not as to quantity or percentage of tobacco in separate packages. The im porters haye a remedy in protest and ap peal THE HOUSE COMMITTEE ON EXPENDITURES in the department of justice met with closed doors to-dav and commenced the examintiaons of Brewster and Cameron. PREPARED TO PAS'. The secretary of the treasury gives no tice that th...

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. — 15 January 1884

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1884. JOCKO FOUND DEAD. The Famous OranR-Outanj? that Bore the Name of Darwin's MiesiDg Link. and advise him to take some other medicine, get another doctor, eat morn, eat less, sit up or talk him to death before you think of leaving. The famous female orang-outang Jocko, suppos.d by many to be Dar win's missing link, was found dead iu ira cage by Frauk Edwards, its keeper, Thursday morning in Herzog's dime museum at Baltimore, where it has been on exhibition fur some weeks past. Jocko's death was a great shock jo the managers of the museum, who were paying $200 a month for the privilege of exhibiting her, and will lie a much greater shock to the owners Jocko had been suffering from a se vere cold, contracted during a late trip from Chicago, but did not seem in any danger. Dr. Alexander Hill, the surgeon who some time ago enter ed into negotiations with the husband of the fat woman for his wife's body, took Jocko's remains and dissected...

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. — 15 January 1884

3E THE SEDAHA WEEKLY BAZOO, TEUSDAY, JANUAK Y 15, 1884, 3 HORRIBLE HOLOCAUST. The Convent Cremation at Belleville, Illinois. Full Details of the Terrible Disaster List of the Dead and Injured. Twenty-Six Pupils, Five Sis ters and the Mother Su perior Perish in the Flames. St. Louis. Jan 7. Details of the burn ing el the institute of the Immaculate Conception of the Sisters of Notre Dauie at Belleville Saturday night, are still meagre. About sixty pupils were in ttie school, ranging from ten years to full grown, ail girls, and several teachers. T here were no other inmates in the build ing The fire is s tid to have started in the rear of the third story, which was used as a dormitory, and an attempt was made by the sisters" to extinguish the flames, but this failing efforts were made to remove the pupils. The flames sprend so rapidly, kowever, that no order could be preserved, and a panicseized both sisters and children, and there was wild confusion in the rush to eseypi. Forty or mo...

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. — 15 January 1884

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1884. SEDALIA BAZOO f at"re- Ne,w oil fields ?re T,tinual" ly discovered, ana m spite or me as- Pnblisher: J. WEST GOODWIN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION x Oaflv. Inclndinsr Simdav. Tfer TP.nr tin mi Sunday edition, per year. . 2 50 1 oo 25 Weekly. 52 numbers, per y SaHy, delivered, per "week. ear. SEWS DEALERS Secularly supplied at 214 cents Tier conv. All subscriptions payable in advance, and discontinued at tno end or tlrao paid lor. HOW TO SEND MONSY. Remittances may bo made by draft, money order or registered letter, at onrrisk. Give poi wince address In full, including state and WUUVyt tUlU UUUTC53 J. WJ5IT GOODWIN, Sedalia,Mo. WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALI MO. tonisliing growth of the trade the sup ply seems sufficient to last for genera tions. Near Los Angelos, v Col., with very crude appliances, wells have been recently sunk which produce a paying flow. A railroad is soon to be built which will open a new field in Wyom. ing. In the mountains of...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 15 January 1884

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1884 5 Written for the Sunday Morning Bazoo. Continued from lat Sunday Morning's Bazoo. THE WIDOV'S DREAM. A THRILLING ACCOUNT OK A LEAP YEAR DISASTER IN THIS CITY. The widow, you mind, was somewhat aggrieved O'er the way Dr. A, her question received. But her courage was high and her heart beat aright, And soon she had conquered her sudden aflright; And she said to herself, "My stars ! I am glad He didn't accept me; his temper is bad." Then she went on her way and she saw Mr. G. Whose first name is r red die." or, as some say, "Fred- And she said : "I am free to declare, tbo I cannot tell why, I am almost iu love with the blue of your eye ; And, as you're along in the 'thirties,' I know You really must weary of playing the beau. Had you better not wed? I am yours to command, A widow as likely as found in the land " He stopped her with : "Madam, I cannot, for in the southwest Is a yellow-haired girl 1 like much the best." Then the widow ...

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. — 15 January 1884

6 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1884. POSTAL POINTS. Interesting Array of Figures Concerning the Sedalia Postoffice. .Statement of Business Trans acted During the Year Just Ended. COUNTY COURT. Justice of the Peace Appointed for Bowling Green Township Warrants Issued. How the Business of 1883 Com pares With that of 1881 and 1882-A Good Showing. County court convened this morning with Judges Win. Gentry and J. W. Perdue present. Judge T. B. Taylor came in later. Warrants were ordered issued as follows: Louisa Johnson, pauper $ 5 00 Mrs. Fitzgerald, pauper 3 00 Lucy Meyers, pauper 2 00 J. S McFadden, superintendent county poor farm 135 00 Ihrouerh the courtesy ot Postmaster .Blair and Assistant Postmaster Buchanan, the Bazoo is enabled to lay before its read ers this morning a complete statement ot the business transacted at the postoiiiee in this city the past year. Comparative state ments are also made showing the in crease of business since 1SS1 auu 1882. The figur...

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. — 15 January 1884

0 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1884. PL-AYS AND PLAY PEOPLE. A Veteran Who ThiDksSalvirithe Q-reateet Actor, with Other No tables Just So-So. Bios Boucicftult to the Houa'on Post. The drama has changed id its ob ject. People do not want in the dra ma any intellectual exercise. Thev do not go to the theatre to think and reflect, but to get rid of thought and reflection. There is no depth to it at present. Oue of the evide ces of this is that no legitimate plaj has been produced for a quarter of a century that is, never has held the stage and there hare been very few attempted. There have baen no really original productions and none of any merit whatever since Robinson's comedies. No dranatic production of the past ten years will last tli next ten years None of my own wid. Ab'jQt the actor? ; what do you think ot Irving He is the grea'est living English speaking tiagedLn. Greater than Both ? H is not so s:i:o li and clear an e oc.utionist as Booth, vriso is one of" u...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 15 January 1884

8 THE SEDALIA "WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1884. "Catch them, oh catch the transient hours, Improve eaoh moment as it flies," AND ATTEND CHIiE MESSERLY & MEUS GRAND CUT RATE SALE ! s By our recent heavy purchase of job lots of Dry Goods, we are now more fully able to make terrific cuts in prices, and will this week make it interest ing for purchasers to call at our store. One case Plantation Ginghams, oc. One case Dress Ginghams, S$c. Two cases best Standard Prints, 5c. One lot assorted Dress Goods, 12Xc One lot assorted Dress Goods, 15c One lot as orted Dress Goods, 20c. Only a few left and will he closed out at lialf price. Sixteen more of our fur trimmed Dolmans to go at 1.35. Twenty eight Jackets at half price. Twenty pair heavy pray Blankets, per pair, $1.90. Twenty pair white, per pair, S1.75. Forty-five pair, all wool, $4.85 to $S. Plain red, 19 to 26 h. Extra heavy twilled, 2S. Extra heavy wool, all colors, 23. Two thousand dollars worth of woolen Hosiery, for lad...

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. — 22 January 1884

SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. VOLUME 15. SEDALIA, MO., TUESDAY, JANUARY 22. 1884. NUMBER 34. DEVIL'S BRIDGE DISASTER. Further Particulars from tbe Wrecking- of the City of Columbus. Statements of the Sarv'vois Concerning the Terrible Disaster. The Pilot Charged With De serting His Post to Warm B23 Hands. A Further List of the Dead and Missing the Condi tion of the Wreck, Efforts Being Made to Re cover the Bodies of the Dead. Wails of Sorrow and Condo lence From the Homes of th9 Victims. Boston, Uses , Jan. 19- Fifteen suv'i vors of the wrecked City of Columbus ar rived hare this morning f'om Naw B.dford, many of tVena in & pit&blc condition, aad some too dazed t giv any intelligent ac counts of the wreck. MR. F1TBBAHK'8 TATBfc-5NT. J". "W. Fairbanks, of Gorhain, Maine, says he was in hia berth in the steerage, but awoke and was somewhat uneasy when the accident occu-red. He is of tbe opin ion the steamer Btruck on the rocks sevens! tines before tbe come upon them finally. He noted t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 22 January 1884

2 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1884. O'G-ABRITY'S UNCLE. He Occupies a Number of Seats at One of Langtry's Per-formaces. York bun. An unusual sort of a man, whose more prominent characteristics con sisted of an untamed growth of Ver million chin whisker, weak, blue eyes, trn-up nose, and a head over the shining surface of which there waved sprays of claret colored hair, drifted down the aisle of the Fifth Avenue theatre on Monday night. His long, dun-colored ulster was up iu the neck, his troufei's were rolled high from his galoshes, and a disarranged scarf of ethereal blue dangled coyly iroru his neck. A half smile wreathed his lips. Slowly he wan lered down the aisle, looking about him with the expres sion of a child made happy by the girt vi' a sugared "bolivar." The fashionably attired audience; which had come to greet Mrs Lang try, became absrbed in watching the movement? of the man. Tnere was something about him as he floated to ward t he st ige which impress...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 22 January 1884

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1884. 3 GOOD-BYE. "We say it for an hour or for year?, W say it smiling, aay it choked with tears ; We say it coldly, say it with a kiss ; And yet we haTe no other word than this Good-bye, We haTe no dearer word for our heart's friend, .For kim who journeys to the world's far end, And sears our soul with going ; thus we say, As unto him who steps but o'er the way Good-bye. Alike to those we love and those we hate, We say no more in parting. At life's gate. To him who passes oiit; beyond earth's sight, We cry as to the wanderer for a night Good-bye. Century, GULLED AT THE CAPITAL. The Death Sentence of Antoine Vaile Commuted to Im prisonment for Life. Proceedings ot the Supreme Court Personal Notes and Minor Mention. REV. J. M. VAN WAGNER. A Characteristic Letter from his Graphic and Pow erful Pen. Comments on His Free Pass to See Fox Hung How Men Strangle Themselves. Special to the Bzoo. Jefferson City, Jan. 17. The governor this mornin...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 22 January 1884

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDA 5T, JANUARY 22, 1884. SEDALIA BAZOO Publisher: J. WEST GOODWIN. TEKMft OF SUBSCRIPTIOJS t Daily, Including 8rmday, per year $XO OO Sunday edition, per year. 2 50 Weekly, 52 numbers, per year. . . . . 1 OO O&Ily delivered, per week. - 25 KEWS DEAXEES ttejmlarly supplied at 2J cents per copy. All subscriptions payable in advance, ana discontinued at the end of time paid for. HOW TO 6 EST) MONEY. Eeinlttances may be made by draft, money order or registered letter, at our risk. Give postoffioe address in full, including state and oCranty, and address J. WEST GOODWIN. Sedalla, Mo. WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALU MO. TUESDAY. JANUARY 22. 1884. A Boston oculist says every yard of dotted veil that is sold is at least 20 in the pGckets of his brethren. Mr. Kice, ot ounvu. deeded ai his property to his wife, who be queathed it to her daughter, and Mr. Rice bad to go the poor-house. Fully 300,000 rabbits will be seat to the eastern cities this winter from Indianapolis...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 22 January 1884

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1884 5 Wiltten for the Sunday Morning Bazoo. SEPARATED. I know that hand will never more clasp mine, Or will the heart beat f si against the heart; Nor w'U tht touch of lip to lip ere thi For here -we say good bye and part. I shall be go jig leagues away from you, At yoa shall jourrey leagues away from me; I wonder if we eithe will have once looked back And saddened since we neither more can e: I wonder if the gold and c imson lights, That flood at eve the sty toward the west; Or cal'iog doves, or far off sounding lells, Whea nature seeks the night of peace and rest, Wi'l hold within, one memo v of the p st, An echo of a day forever fled, A ich for one ol whom wa ihlnk with tear. -far more bitter than we give the dead. Oh me! what sor-ow dwells alon; thi whv o! ""e What battles fought, whath . aches :ia from B'sbt ; What agony of pa'n, what g:optnsi through ;he dark ;" What courage t. ill o sttTve ward the light. shall be going le." jes...

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. — 22 January 1884

6 THE SEDALIA WEKLT BAZ003 TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1884. JUDGE YANKEE. IDangrerous and Critical Illness of One of the Oldest Citizens. CIRCUIT COURT. Yesterday, Mr. Mitchell, son-in law of Judge Yankee, was in town for the pur pose of sending telegrams to relatives an nouncing that the judge was lying at the point oi death. For some time Judge Yankee has suffered from a cancer on his lip, caused, it is stated, by excessive smok ing. This malady has brought the judge to the very verge of the grave. He has livtd for the past forty eight years at his present home, "on the hill, ' ihree miWs from town. For ffrty-five years his wife shared that home. She died some three years ago. He has been a life-long repub lics, and was a leading abol'tionisi in this section previous to the war. In 1S6S he was elected to the state legislature, and served one term. He has filled ihe office of presiding judge of the county court, and -his long residence bus made him well known to nearly every one in the c...

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. — 22 January 1884

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 22. 1884. 7 A COWBOY AND HIS VIRGIL. An Amherst G-raduate Turned Into a 'Blood and Thun der Kid." The following story of John B Finch, the temperance orator, appears in the Omaha Herald. It is a much better story when told by Mr. Finch himself : Mr. Finch enjoys hunting, and fre quently takes his horse and rides out on the plains of Nebraska. One day about dusk he came suddenly upon a deep ravine. A spiral column of stnbke curled skyward, and told him there was a camp below. The rider dismounted- Hia scheme was to vis it the emigrants and get a drink of water. He turned to descend, when & cowboy, six feet Hill and armed from head to foot, stood before him Come down to the camp and see us, said the cowboy. Mr. Finch decided that since lie had been invited it .vould be impolite for him to decline. There are four o' us now, said the cowboy, complacently. Come inside and join us in a game of poker. Mr. Finch was too well-bred to re fuse so ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 22 January 1884

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1884. The SECRET OF OUR SUCCESS Bff"X THE ABC OUR BUSINESS! A 1 ACTIVE STYLES ! l DM1RABLE MATER FAJLS ! -Attentive clerks i FRANK B. MEYER & CQ.'S Dry PEINOIPAL Goods and Shos House ! OF CENTRAL MIS?0 B IG ASSORTMENT ! EST GOODS ! OTTOM PRICES ! COMPARE OUR STOCK ! ONSIDER THE SAVING, AND OME RIGHT ALONG TO MESSERLY & MEUSCHKE'S And examine the latest SLock or mbroide Ever brought to SdsJia. Al the new noveLte? of the season, from the tiniest point edge to the h&ndsomesfc wide flouJciogs,just opened. Prices positively the lowest. Tbe Jades are cordiaHy invited to call and inspect the styles and materials, and aave money by buying at the NEW STORE-31 0 OHIO ST. G-. O. cks J. O. AXcXjATJGtOBCXjXSa , ukfi3er.tak:b :f & Coffins, Caskets, Metalic Oases and Cartels, Burial. Fobes, etc. Wight clerk at store, 116 West Second street. We are thoroughly prepared to aittrd to all calls in our line, having an experienced Underifcer ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 29 January 1884

SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. VOLUME 15. SEDALIA, MO,5 TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1884. NUMBER 35. FBD TO THE FLAMES. A Second Disastrous Confla gration at the Minnesota Penitentiary. It Destroyes all the Buildings Including Offices and Cells. With the aid of the Militia all the Prisoners are Safely Removed. Thrilling Scenes and Incidents During the Progress of the Fire. A Number of Other Conflagra tions Reported at Other Points. Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 20 Early this morning a fire broke out in the state prison at Stillwater, and in spite of all efforts all the buildings were destroyed All pris oners,including the Younger brothers, were taken out and placed under a strong guard in the yard. The lo-s is probably half a million. The fire caught in the basement f the state penitentiary at 11:45 last night and was first DISCOVERED BY A PEDESTRIAN. who failed to attract the attention of the guards and ran down town and turned in an alarm. The fire caught under the main See of the car company, and whe...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 29 January 1884

2 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1884 HUNGER APPEASED. Where the Difference Between Tramps and Honest Poor Men is Detected. J'sw Tork Sun. Jimmy, get the flag ! This command was given by the landlord of a down-town restauraur, just after an able-bodied colored man kad asked for a meal and been told that he could have one if he would rn it. Jimmy brought forth a ban ker whereon was painted the restau rant's advertisement. The colored wan was told to walk with it slowly, e slowly that everybody on the side Talk might read it arouud two or three blocks, for an hour and a naif, the promise being that then he should feave a good dinner. Later in the day the reporter called, j xnd was told the colored man ha-i arned his dinner and eaten it. These applications have been constant for years past, the restaimiuteur said, and I have had that advertisement carried in the streets for years. iSometiir.es a onfirmed tramp conies along, and he invariably turns ud his'nose ai so men ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 29 January 1884

THE SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1884. 3 PICTURES OF FANCY. A Kansas City Printer Reels Off a Very Readable Poem. A. member of the typographical fraterni ty of Kansas City recently wrote to his brother, alto a member of the craft who is nw in Sedalia for a short time on busi ness, a letter, in which were written the following original lines, and which this paper is at liberty to publish. They will fee appreciated for the genuine merit they certain : TO MT BBOTHKRS. There was a time, dear brother, Wh n each mclure thai wcdrerr Contained a ni ht for each of us For me, and both of you Aud these pictures were so luasant Tuai I eeds nnl breathe a sih When I seethein fading into naught, Ah year by year rolls by. "We were, hapjiy'then t'gther, With wea.th we wen not blest, But worked alon right merrily To time we left t'e rest. For youth is always sanguine. And, in fancy thv-n we ?ar The coming year., their blesrings rich, Into ourlaps outpour. "We pictured homes so happy. Out...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 29 January 1884

4 THE SEDAXJA YEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1884. S ED ALIA BAZOO PnliHsher: J. WEST GOODWIN. TEBXS OF SUBSCRIPTION t Dally, including' Srmday.per year.....$10 00 1 00 25 bnauny edition, per year, n eetay. ;c nuraoers, per year..... ttelly, delivered, per week NEWS DEALERS Secularly smnnlied at2K cents -ner conv. JL11 subscriptions payable in advance, and cjcennnuea at rue enti or time paid lor. HOW TO SEXD HOXET. Remittances may bo made by draft, money rder or registered letter, at onrriak. Give pagpgce address in lull, including state and and address J. GOODWIN. Sedalia., Mo. WEEKLY BAZOO. SBDALU MO. TUESDAY. JANUARY 29. 1884. Brass-band music goes by the the pound, but church music by the choir. The Toledo ministers are goiu? to suppress dime novel and Police Gazette iteraturein that city if they can. Little blue boxes holding five strawberries are lor sale in Kew York for the small sum of seveutj'-five cents. A registered package passed through ihe New York postoffice a few...

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