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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 16 August 1881

SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. VOLUME XIII. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1881. NUMBER 10. ALL THIS WEEK Will be de'oici i.j a wife whom the French call pas com- mode, There are exceedingly dark stories afloat lo the effect that the fair , NEW GO ODS!i?Y TELEGRAPH . , esqixestneuue, 3Inie. Asicohni, is in mmm A'" bbh a league with her husband, to get all i I:'L::LOTS OF 'EM! ' that a prima donna s ca)rice gives and before the word, in order to make as - -11 T. j .1 i ; i. iici i as poanrae. ii is cenam umi q-QT T raj1 1TJ1P A "Dl :ui, o unit iiie jiieiunirc ui iraiiiiigj ' her tenor Nicolini, because he not i KILLED IN A WRECK. fever after the washing out of the wound, at the morning dressing, sits- : , tains the surgeons' theory that a little , unfavorable turn this morning was Kve -We. Barlev- 100.U-. Whis'ky S12. Pork Firm ; 17 8". Lard Strong ; higher; $11 ."Jo. Hogs- Receipts. 7,.")00 : fairlv Our buyer is now in the eat. Tin now floods will be ben? in ten da: tli:iT is why wea...

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 August 1881

4 THE SEDALIA EEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, how prettv ; was and enquired its name and age. i Then she took it in her arras, and hold DAUOHTEROF MY DAUGHTER. wheel the child up close beside her tuc r.. 'She remarked how prettv a babe it Jtiwr u ICrtU mill ilgUlli, Jll . Surrogate.1' tirtmiriv it 1 no '.lllf.wc: . 1?:..,. mj , IK 40 juiiunn, rive, - , f . -i . . A thousand dollars to Julia Mav, daugh- !t c W".? mokUth nd ter ol mv daughter Mabel. and cheeks with kisses her tears There' were fluttering, fidgeting I the whllP fa,,ing1 uPn th J .nd whirin 0vi,nUfLu fL g young face. .She gave it back to . nTio !,; drove away, and OlrVUUU V VHMIJ biwuou v4 will. Mabel Anderson turned white as mar ble, and gazed fixedly across at the paper, looking at "nobody, while everybody looked at her. Her fine nostrils expanded, her refined lips compressed, and her deep, dark, pas sionate eyes flashed more keenly than the great solitaire that rolled and blazed at her throat with the quick Heaving ...

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 August 1881

THE SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO, AUGUST 16, 1881, i i I BREEZES FROM BUTLER, Aa Corralled by a "Bazoo" Representative. Butler, Mo., Aug. 7th, 1831. Butler has one daily paper the Times. Butler has two first-class hotels the Palace and Olive. Both sccin to be doing a good business. O. D. Austin, of the Record, lias moved his office from Main to Ohio street, next door to the Bates county National bank. Messrs. Kaune A Holt shipped, yester day, eight car loads of stork To Chicago, via St. Louis; also. Mr. (i. 1'. Yoakum thipped eight car muds. -One hundred and twenty-nine cars of freight were shipped from Butler in the month of Jnlv ciclitr-one5 cars of cat tle and hogs and the balance ingrain. - The Bazoo is under obligations to Messrs. Shaw & Hannah, of the Palace hotel, for courtesies extended. The Palace is one of the most popular public houses in rhe west. -Mrs. Cora W. Harwi, postmistress of The Funeral Obsequies Of the late Joseph Fisher, whose sudden ! death from heart disease was ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 16 August 1881

THE SEDALIA "WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, AlTGuST 19; 18Si. SEDAIjI A KAZOO i I'ubllsh.r : .1. WKST liOOHWlN. Terms of Subscription. bv mail-postage free. ; s&vl ?ira:k. 1 S NKWS UKA I.KK Rmrularly su)ilitil at couth per copy. All subM-riptions an- payable in :ulvaii diMontiuintl :t tin- ml ol time paid fur. HOW IO SKND MONKY. I :iii I 1 Kemittam-e nwy " wa.lt- by droit, money order what aitCl' the phlll Of the OHCe Cele or n-girtcreri t-tttT. Su our ri-k. ;iw poMotliiv . i x- -v i addm iu full, in lading Mat and rounty, and Orated Kn0W-Othl!lff MOVCmCHt xddrs J. WKST;MIW1N. ix-d-Abi. Mo. - ' 1 i J AXOO ' sedalia, Mo.. j TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1S81. We have received a copy of the .Toseuh has vet to fail iu getting up a ! 1 J ' first-class extwsition. Tlie numlier of men who are turn- lug up mi un 111c couiinjt "im gunshot wounds in their lives indi cates that the surgical statistics of the late war ought to be overhauled, or else that some people don't know pre cisely where their livers ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 16 August 1881

THE SEDALIA1 WEEKLY' BAZOO, TtrESl)AY'AtfGUBT i6, 1881. 5 Kor he Sunday Moolns Baaoo. i:v i:oa rKA iii.k. '-V!go'ten J" No. we iieterquile rorsfct. Aluats ;inti rIwxv ouWh:ug calls to iriitid. P?r'iapu cooing uii:t;.erhp a witching smile, PThnp- a note o! imisii through th Mind. WV it the ai o bv, vou know we mav not liold, wtn tear nnou we urach their eyc wtiiie. Kutv?r. evr elitM haunt the heart. As bell ring adly through the noon o We took them fast away a treasures ot the dead, 5 A lnut s.F irt n I criitrtfrn lint.- I A tjioken tov. a withered rose, or vet on garment that our loved oue used to wear. J 1 u... i.n ..r.,... .,.,. .. h. .... i u . Trie wondroiiH hiffory of a lite ha!i ipnt. Ah ' liere and there liko to aweh inwrought. We find these mem 'riot and their weird lament An-i this August day. the sun within the sky J.ike tome vt yellow bail aamnt its rrolten fret, Tiit-rv cotneth days of pnng, the tender 2ap-winfl 5-.DS- 1 -avajrain, we nevr quite forget. SOCIETY NEWS. .uy...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 16 August 1881

SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1881. 6 Fly Specks. - t'rood time to dig wells now. Don't ask Louis Beck ahout his He'll get on his cur if you do. jaw. Leon Ocsr. a former Sedalian. died at Brownsville yesterday of typhoid fever. " -Wm. .Moore received five ear loads of cattle from off the Lexington branch this morning. He will ship them to St. Ijoals to-night. Holden is enjoying a revival, not withstanding the heated term. There were seven additions to the Christian hurch on Friday night last. The East Sedalia Baptist church has been repainted and otherwise beautified lately, and is now one of the neatest and cosiest church edifices in the city. Jim Todhunter was fined S3 and costs for contempt of court by 'Squire Fisher, yesterday. Todhunter failed to yield to the demands of a subpoena. He paid it. Hcnrv Brown, a Fort Scott vouth, was fished out of the gutter on Second street hv Officers Masonhall and Carnes this af- tcrnoon anu laiu away to cool on. j A ouple of dogs cre...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 16 August 1881

SEDAIilA WE: A THE YOUNGER BOYS An Interview With Their Uncle Who is Laboring for Their Release. Sr. Joseph Herald. The 2 ojclock train of the K. C. St. J. & C. B. railroad Tuesday after noon brought to this city from Coun cil Bluff L. P. Younger and his son A nina unnla and remain nt rh nntnri. ous Younger brothers, now under life sentence at the Stillwater penitentiary, Minuesota. -for the attempted bank robbery at North field, in the same state, nearly five years ago. Ascertaining that the two gentle man bad been to Minnesota on a mis ilon effecting the release of the noted desperadoes from their confinement, a representative of the Herald at an early hour Tuesday evening called at the Central hotel, and being introduc ed to the uncle and cousin of the boys, at once acquainted them with his desire to learn the result of their visit to the north. Major L. P. Younger has just pass ed the 7th vear of his life. He is a resident of the state of Oregon and the owner of some eight o...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 16 August 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOQ,, TUESDAY. AUGUST 16 1881- 8 131r2o PER YAM?. 1? 'If W 1 Bed need TncesOh LACE BUNTINGS Complete line of" colors lo select from. Price Kxaetlv ONE HALF What they opened at the season. earlv in 223 Ohio Street. WEEKLY BAZOO. " ' SKDALIA, MO. TUESDAY, AUGUST lo, 181. Icicles. Trv FleisebmannV Soda. Dhio&'Jd ...:n ... . .. consolation in writing anonymous postal j cards to the Bazoo. i Only two arrests last night, and they both drunks. hie was a white man, and the other was a negro. - -Three, car loads of line horses passed through the city yesterday morning on their way to the Brownsville f-ir. - (Jeorge Bartlctt was fined twenty dol lars yesterday for having lieen caught in a 'house with a "cloudy" reputation. Hood enough. Recorder .Ritchie yesterday granted a marriage license to Mr. John Me Daniels, of SalinC -county, and Miss Davis, of ilughesville. A pound son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles, whose residence is on the oruer of Eighteenth and Osage str...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 August 1881

SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. VOLUME XIII. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1881 NUMBER 11. r ALL THIS WEEK Will be deroted to REMNANTS ! Our buyer is now in the east. The new Goods will be here in ten days; that is why we are cleaning up. If you want to buy a remnant of Silk, Cash mere, Poplin, Gingham, Flannel, Table Linen, Towels, Corsets, Ties, or anything in our line, you will be able to pur chase at 50c. on the dollar. For this week only. J. M. Glutei Co. IN THE SLUMS. Former Sedalia Woman the Town" in Kansas City. "On Some months ago the Bazoo referred to the domestic troubles of Mr. and Mrs. I. X. Clark, former residents of this city, but at that time living in Kansas City. Clark is a plasterer, and has been an in mate of the calaboose here times without number. Thinking to better his condition, he removed to Kansas City, and a short time afterward his wife and children fol lowed him. Clark was addicted to strong drink, and, when nnder the influence of liquor, pro ceeded to ma...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 August 1881

2 WEEKLY CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE. A Thrilling and True Romance from Par off Ohio. A Girl's Love for Her Betrothed Braves Dangers, Jails and - Detectives. -Cincinnati Knqftiirr. "Never condemn a person on cir cumstantial evidence, it is unreliable, even when the circumstances seem to Jit intoeach other like a couple of cog wheel?;" said John T. 31 orris, who is an experienced detective of Spring field, Ohio. "Give us the story, Uncle John." "Not long ago there resided in franklin county a wealthy old maid, Miss Sabina Smith. By inheritance she was the possessor of a large farm, on which was an old-fashioned, though comfortable dwelling-house. She was reputed to have a good square bank account." 4How old is she?" "Well, on the shady side of seven ty, but she had a weakness like all old siaids, not for kittens, poodles or ca naries, but for children. She had raised a number of orphan girls, who are now well settled in life. In 1865, he adopted a six-year-old, black-! eyed girl, bright ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 August 1881

SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1881. 8 DEFENDING THE BIBLE. Rev. A. E Stephen's Interest ing Sermon Yesterday Morning. On the "Alleged Discrepancies of The Bible Their Origin." Words of Truth Proclaimed Aloud And the Bible Shown to be an Harmonious Whole. Below will be found the very interesting ttrmon, delivered by Rev. A. IL Stephens, at the Cumberland Presbyterian church yesterday morning. The sermon is an in teresting one and will amply repay perus al. Tins SERMOX. "The Alleged Discrepancies of the Bible Their Qrigien." "Search the scriptures." John 5:89. That there are mysteries in both the word and works of God, no scientist or theologian will deny. What is an appar ent discrepancy to the casual or superficial student is a beautiful harmony to him who passes beneath the surface. The winds ami ocean currents were once regarded as masses of confusion, but science has discovered fixed laws by which they are governed, and now men speak of the current of the gulf stream ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 August 1881

THE SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1881. SEDALIA BAZOO Publisher : J. WEST GOODWIN. Terms of Subscription. BV MAIL POSTAGE FREE. Bally, including Sunday, per year..... W 00 iuciT edition, per year....--... ............ 2 50 Weekly, 62 numbers per year...JH......... 1 0i Daily, 'delivered in the city, per week . . 15 NEWS DEALERS SmruImrlT supplied at 2 cents per copy. AU MbscriptioBs are parable in advance, aad dlaceatinued at the end of time paid for. HOW TO SEND MONEY. Bnalttance may be nude by draft, mosey order or nattered Mtter. an oar ruk. Give postoce sddraw in full, includiss state and county, aad address jTWEST GOODWlK, Sedalia, Mo. WEEKLY BAZOO. j SKDAL1A, MO. TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1881. PBTTIOOATS AND PANTS. There is a class of women who harely escaped being men. Mas culinity is apparent in their cranio iogical structure, face, form, voice, manners and gestures. These are they who are the advocates of women's rights, who are full of "isms" from top to toe, who tal...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 August 1881

THE SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1881. 5 SOCIETY NEWS. Any items of interest suitable for this depart ment, "from Sedalia or neighboring places, are re rfliectfully solicited. We want a vivacious, active and cheery lady correspondent in all the aeifthbor ing towns tributary to Sedalia. Address all surh cumaaunications to Rosa Pearle, society reporter, Bazoo ofice, Sedalia, Mo. Society is at present not indulging in very much that might be termed gayety at least not at home. The weather has been too warm for indoor parties, and the dust has prohibited lawn socials. Those who are posted declare that the season will soon open for affairs of this sort, and pre dict many entertainments in the near futare. Until that time comes, however, there will be a dearth ol news and the so ciety reporter can only plead tor pa tience. 8EDA.UA. Thorpe Ji at -W. springs. H. McAllister Miss Mattie Milligan has gone to Ohio for a short visit. Miss Katie Carter left Wednesday evening for Butle...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 August 1881

6 THE SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1881. HANDSOME HAMMOND. Something in Regard to the Wo man who Figured in the Blitz Diamond Case. The trouble of Jake Blitz, son of a Kan mis city pawnbroker, with his mistress, Addie Avers, was pretty thoroughly ven tilated by the papers here; but of the woman Hammond, who also figured in the ease, comparatively little was known. )u leaving here, Tuesday, she visited lfoustonia, intending to go from that point to McAllister Springs. In speaking of the woman Hammond, the Kansas City Times says : "Yesterday several of Miss Hammond's friends called at the Times office, and last evening the following card was received : Kansas City, August 16, 1881. To Ui Kansas City Times. As a friend of Miss Hammond I ask space in which to deny certain allega tions of the Sedalia papers regarding the young lady. In the first place, the ascriion that Miss Hammond was dis charged from her situation as a private teacher of mathematics and elocution in this c...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 August 1881

THE SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY AUGUST 23, 1881. 7 TAKING BOARDERS. "It was a scandal' the neighbors said, "that Miss Delia should be obliged to take boarder?!, after all she'd been through ; and heaven knows boarders did not help a body to work out her salvation. And so much money in the family, too. taking it by small and large. Wasn't her Uncle Eben, over atjjDover, well-to-do, and not a chick of his own to care for, except the boy he had adopted, who was no credit to him ? It was odd, now, that a man with poor relations should take to a stranger when his own flesh and blood was needy ; but sometimes it does seem as if folks had more feeding tor others than for their own kith and kin. Then there were cousins in the city, forehanded and fashionable, who were never worth a row of pins to Delia, and there was her great-uncle John's widow a-larkin on the continent, a -gaming at Baden- Baden, 'and trying the waters of every mineral spring in the three kingdoms, for no disease under t...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 23 August 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY AUGUST 23, 1881. 8 12Jr2c PER YARD. Induced Prices On LACE BUNTINGS Complete line of colors to select from Price Exactly ONE HALF What ihty opened at early in the season. CURRAN & FRY 223 Ohio Street. WEEKLY BAZOO. -ED ALIA, Mo., TUESIHY, AUGUST 23, 1881. SWEET SPRINGS FAIR. The Wind up of a Remarkably Successful Exhibition Yesterday. The Manager Pleased, as Are Those Who Were in At tendance. What Was Done on the Fifth and Sixth Days of the Fair. The Fourth Day. Some live or six thousand people were n the grounds. The lame, halt and Mind, black and white, came from every direction. The grand stand was crowded to repletion, and the eager people even surged over on to the sward inside the track. It w like a good, old fashioned circus dav. when people drove thirty miles 4o see the show. The faces of many Se dalia folks loomed up prominently in the -crowd. Wherever there was horse-talk, or wherever a tet on the big race was brewing, most of the jaw ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 30 August 1881

SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. VOLUME xm. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 181. NUMBER 12. X r ALL THIS WEEK Will be devoted to REMNANTS ! Our buyer is now in the east. The new Ooods will be here in ten days'; that is why we are cleaning up. If vou want to buy a IV remnant of Silk. Cash- V mere. Pnnlin. Ginerham. w wj y - - - 7 g j Flannel, Table Linen, Towels, Corsets, Ties, or anything in our line, you will be able to pur chase at 50c. on the dollar. For this week only. J.M. Glutei Co. GARDELU & AIROLA DEALERS IK CHOICE Fcrttgn and Dbxnactie FRUITS Nuts, Oliye Oils, I GET THEM AT GARDELLA ItAIROLATS Km laaHinP jaaaaaaaLaa" LY. BaVBB BBBBaR KmwgmmljmM ?. bLbLbB'RLbLbLbLbW Ca K BaLBLaHBLBLaLBLaLr aRRRRRRRRlYfcii .?'f 'uaRRRRRRRRRRRRRmRRl J '-jrrrrrrrrbrWA Wi aRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRBJl ICE CEEAMj lUxmxnkSZ Zihi , ttt -Idevil. -lhitEllen objected, sfe thought! ETC., EiC. 'shcwoiiW findherwaytotheftoliiwo hum OTPPPT QrnAiil Mf) -:ltT ' hT" enough OHIO STREET, SEDALIA, . ? S.r ESSV I Wrstdo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 30 August 1881

THE SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY AUGUST 30, 1881; Written for the Sunday Mtraing Bao. TREASURE-TROVE BY W. G. 8. "Oh! Iam so tired' The speaker was a young man of perhaps four and five and twenty. He was clad in the stout, yet tasty, gar ments of the western hunter. An elegant rifle lay by his side on the turf, while a cap of squirrel skins, evi dently made by himself, was tossed carelessly at his feet. As he threw himself upon the sward at the foot of a tall tree and gave expression to the words with which our story opens. His dog, one of those rough, shaggy hounds so common in the west, nestled his head in the young man's lap and looked up into his master's face, all the while busily wagging his tail. His master answered his mute appeal by caressing his head. The Hunter's face was. open, frank and manly, while the dark, blue eyes looked out from beneath the dark eye brows with that free and bold ex pression that is the attribute of those who pass a great deal of the time in the wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 30 August 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1881. WORDS OF WISDOM Proclaimed from the Pulpits of Two Churches Yes terday. Rev. A. H. Stephens Continues His Discourse on "The Discrepancies of the Bible, And Rev. G. A. Beattie Tells of Perfect Patterns and Why Christ Should be Used as a Model. Perfect Patterns. Following will be found a synopsis of the sermon of Kev. G. A. Ik-attic, at the First Presbyterian church last night : "Itcrause Chrit alyt suffered for us, Irving us nil example that we should follow in liis .Me is. I.-t IVter, -2-21." We are all engaged in fashioning ma terial call it character, soul, or whatever you may that shall enter into the con struction of a spiritual building that shall stand through all eternity. What it shall be depends upon our pattern. Hence the importance of that pattern leing a erfeet one, and of its being faithfully duplicated in our life. We look in the picture gallery of the the old Testament. Among the patriarchs and prophets we find some ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 30 August 1881

4 SEDALIA BAZOO Publisher : J. WEST GOODWIN. Terms of Subscription. BV MAIL POSTA3 FREE, bailv. ifirludinf SuBdAT. per VP2T. ..S5 00 vaeay edition, per yew..... ......... .. Weekly, 52 cumbenTpcr year delivered in the city, per ?k NEW. DKALKRS 2 50 1 00 13 vance, and HOW TO SEND MONEY. Remittance may be node by draft. oney rdcr m regteteral tenter, an our risk. Give postofficv address in full, including state and county, and address J. WEST GOODWIN, Sedalia, Mo. WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo. TUESDAY, AUGUST c0. 1881. ARTHUR. It is strange bow vacillating vfour exchanges are in regard to their opinion of Vice President Ar thur. Yesterday he was a villain. To-day he is a great statesman. Yes tertay it was a disgrace that he was vice president, then an empty honor. To-day we are fortunate that a great and good man is to succeed to the presidency. Yesterday he was the butt of Hayes, and where can one and more humiliation than that ? To day he is the warmest personal friend the dying presid...

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