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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 15 November 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1881. Trr$tM Urr the SJunday Momim. Hazo-. INDIVISIBLE. BY KOHA I'KAKI.K. 'ia happy children, hand in hand, Tw tender voices, low and sweet; The dun and red of maple leaves, A carpet for their straying fet I Two happy children, building well And .siting in the drifting clouds, Haroiin's enchanted castle walls, 'Jd id seat, as white :is fairy shroud?. A purple mist upon the hills, A scent within the bosky glen. The vellow furze and fragrant mast. And sumach berries by the fen. 1 no happy chihlren long :'go. The wondrous road, so .-a range and cold. W-.es trodden by the feet ol one To thai far land of pearl and gold. And imc was left to mourn alone. And b.-ar the herthen oi the years; ir broken dream., their scattered hopes. Their l. es, sorrows, sadness, tears. i .but, ah, hevono ine purp.e uiii.s, , Ik'vond the dnitint; cb.mis lair strand , t. ' i.,,. i.,,,!...!. !,-,. - borne dav, ajrain, pel nap-, shall io e Two happv chihlren hand i...

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 November 1881

6 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1881. MAYHEW-ALLEN. i Hand-painted fruit howl, Miss Alicv Parker ,' The bride anil "room left on the "owl" A TIMELY LECTURE. -A Marriage in High Life Con summated in Sedalia Last Evening. j of his Mihject which it was necessary to TUT TlMfMAWM Z7AafM handle with the utmost delicacy, he spoke 1 1 iU umuiUT! 11 illUVYI(. wnai lie nan to say like a gentleman and f train for St. Louis, where in future they The Earnest and Business-Like ' sensible man. "He hail proved hefore ' mi, n -n 1 t? o will reside. , Talk of Rev A H Stephens to : krc,ure lM":m th:xt anything should ; ine " eopiG S X aVOnte S OUCC8S- T-Ttr 1 ! ti,aVA,M'rtfci: j be said to olIciid the Almighiy it mi'dil j oat fLvnn M" 1 uuua; iuou ui uv-uujm. 1. i..r..;. 1 . . " v . OU1 UUllH LU illCCL 1,11 K lorgivcn: Married Last Nigrht. The Southern Methodist church wa- hi led last eveninir With Irieilds of Mr. hd- Tat lihdit ;in nniuunl .mdicnco cr'itli.r. ward Dice and .Miss Ida...

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 November 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1881. THE HERMIT'S DAUGHTER. ARGOSY A wild rock-bound coast ; here and i there great lichen-covered boulders j lift their heads above the ceaseless, tumultuous wash of the billows. I High upon the cliffs is perched a slim, girlish figure, her hands lightly crossed about her knees and her dark face, with its great, res! less gray eyes, looking far out over the water. The face is one that, once seen, cannot - on be forgotten, and so thinks an- troublesome, and E reel d( nine's long other, who, from a sheltered nook, walk did not do his injury any good, lias been watching for some moments he is obliged to keep perfectly quiet, the quiet figure. jTo tell the truth it is no irksome The shades of evening are falling thing to him, for fa: e has never before fa-t; even now the sun, just vanish-i thrown in his path one whoso puzzles. 5ng in the west, is flinging out into J bailies, and bewitches him as does this th sky its farewell banners of c...

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. — 15 November 1881

8 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1881. OVERSTOCKED WASH Hi,,t: bustled r&'z- V JJXWKJ A quick and excitable temper lo get the IkM stain tory racket in the hallway above. They all tlemen, L. X. Krowri, Bedford Shobe ! 1 - 1 ft ft m . . . . ' oiu aim arrived at the loot ol the Dan Clarke. .1 West Hood win, C. K. Me.--i -OX CANTON FLANNELS, i Oat of Existence by City Fire j Engineer, Frank G. Mc- NallV. With HiS POD. the eve-witnesses, ai:d the position ) - i."ti...i. r. i . i .1,. ..... , inxore .lir.Naiiv put ill un appear- serlev and Ilelirv Knoiilli. assembled in f im when Hyde resisted, and knocked anee. and were slill there when the ollicer ! council room." Dr. King made a' down and immediate! v .shot him with- j maile his wav up. In conversing with a . few timely r narks a to' the tn-nmi.r! tit- - - i -.. - i. ... ----- -- . out merev. I he circumstantial i::cis oi . ia.o; reporter mis morning, voting I'ex- in which he nmnosed etitutiiftino- tin. to. t it AT...

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. — 22 November 1881

ALIA WEEKLY BAZOO VOLUME 13 A Son's Tribute to His Dead; Mother. ; We clip from the Turf, Field and . -Farm the following beautiful tribute ; of a son to the memory of a dead mother. It is from the pen ot riamtl-- ton Busby, esq., one of the editors of; that journal: , ji x never act; you ucic ug.ijjf, ana it is Terr prouame umi i yhhi i, . T mav po at anv time. I shall hope u see you in a better land." C . - She said it feebly as she lifted her freat brown eyes to my face, and while her wan hand re.-ted in mine. "I have suffered, J still suffer, but i try to bear my burden cheerfully. 1 in content to stay it the Lord so will : it, and I am prepared to go whenever . Jle bids me come. Good bye, and ; ayGod bless you. May lie prosper' vou in all thin-.' ' I bent over her ami kissed the lips j that had kissed mine when I first opened my infant eyes, and I fell I . fM - duced her to a shadow, and I kuewi phe was in constant danger of .uttbea- lion. Every chanire of the autumn wind was c...

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. — 22 November 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1881. PETTIBONB'S COURTSHIP. T u'ob fi-f atnitton iritll .TflnQ Q l concert. Sue was a nu , macK-eyea I think " I continued, weaklv, "IiSumlav afternoon I came out upon tender and eiicouraxhip. Imlved, ini youn woman in pink ribbons. I think that peHraps I won't have mv-1 the church steps to find Jane th-re, after years, when .Mrs. Pcttiboue and thought 1 had never beheld such 1 thin(r raore done at this tiHie , j l0okinir in a new snrin- bonnet, ami . 1 at rare, viry rare intervalshave a vision of purely mundane loveliness, j you ,Q n returne tlie doc. ! rain illiiisff hcavilv. She -azed about indulged in little mutual-let us sav ! Perhaps ! never had 1 was young! with an air of disnleasure. ! in ilismavas the people, one by one, i explanations I have sometimes tim-i then. Attending ner was a tall, lank t ,.w. . T 0.un.i . Llm..rtl .m.! jiv!,ui lwim shut-! idlv hinted in siIf-rltfii.o th;r. hn youth with a freckled skin and re. . l.a....

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. — 22 November 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1881. WAR AT WINDSOR. PASSED AWAY. WITH A MARRIED MAN. THE NORTHERN OUTLET. THE JAMES BOYS. Stock Man Assaults the Marshal With a Slung Shot. He Then Escapes, But is "Recap tured, After Being Wounded Twice. iiccial to the Bazoo. Windsor, Mo., Nov. 10. A sad and probably fatal affray occurred here about eleven o'clock last night. A party named Ezell, coming to town with tock, which was shipped last evening, raised a disturbance in the western portion of the town, and was arrested by Mar.-hal Hall, but escaped before reaching the sta tion house, after having inflicted a serious wound on the head of the marshal with a .filing shot. A party of men, numbering eight or ten, were summoned by the marshal to recap lure the prisoner. When found by the deputies he was after his horses, at the liven' stable, and when commanded to surrender, his reply was : "do to hell, Gdvou." He then ran at full speed down the street. Some ten or twelve shots wer...

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. — 22 November 1881

THE SED ALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY. XOYEMBEI? 22, 1881. 4-' sedatjIa bazoo; Pubttsaer: J WEST ttOODWfN. Terms of Subscription. - vavr m Ail i j r 1 i a r- r" r- ... . i iududin ' LucdjT, pr yew M o ; a very sinng resemblance to apoIeon from p:nsr about by this wreu-.n-. ; tl? ami wenL down to lMk at the r?- -.ras; t ilehm s and he left me to cool money on the sole condition that ther Rriio'ui'poryr. " 7 " MoM-nurte Whether he does or not ; -i.tiii in my ankle, J have found , i-ter to find if her initials agreed H hi indignation. They have since i abstain from strom- drink, tobacco" ,nnVvi.rv little dilfereui- Jut so t0 "nvr1 nu' ? sti-eet in, with those on the hraceiK Jle re- been in my room asking me so many I betting; and jramldinV The first of- sKw.siucAi.Kiw : v - j trout. Ever since they bean th-;urned somewhat fallen. The uotions about the girl (which wav fen.-e is to cut them of six months' in- Ur r :a,,nii,-ti ai events per roVj. . be -rets some of that lnuscnulmat m j UJjj(...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 22 November 1881

THE SEDAXIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1881.' TTriU'in fr the i?uJajr Morning ISaxfn. OH, LIPS THAT KICKED ME LONG AGO. BY 1IOSA l'KARI.K. ; h, lips that kissed me lonj; ago, Wine-red and moist ami swevi, Oh, loving I s Is, whose light caress. With mine was wont l meet. 7 Ions; again 4o feel your toueh, Your warm and tender spell, That ever 'bove my troubled heart Like angel blearing fell. t.iiV sweet st harps have broken string.-, nd something always mars The brightest visions of the heart, Like elonds against the stars. 4nd all life's songs are incomplete. No mutter how v.-esinr; A'. l ilisappointment o'er its hopes, Her sable drapings lling. And so, the vears. hav brought to nicl No promise that tney gave ; Of love, of light, and joy, and hope iJtit this aioue a grave. A mound beneath the tangled grass. Where springtime's daisies grow, And haunting memories of lipa That kis-s-id me long ago. HOUSEHOLD HELPS. Cold Meat. Prepare meat for hash ; jwake it in cakes, like saus...

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 November 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1881. 6 IDA ISN'T INNOCENT. She Was Accused of Having Stolen Fifteen Col lars Yesterday, But Denied the Charge and Courted a Thorough Investigation. A Search Reveals That She Did Take the Money and Bought a Silk Dress. .A Young Girl Who Has Figured in Affairs of This Kind Sev eral Times Before. The name of Ida Britt is not nnfumiliar to the readers of "the paper published for the paper now oh earth." She is only nineteen years of age, hut she has. on sev eral occasions, furnished themes for news paper articles. Some months ago she tried to "shuttle off" via the morphine route, selecting the cemetery as the place where she w:is to lav down and die. At that time she was living with a family named Bemis, who reside in the southern portion of the city Ida had been taken by Mrs. Bemis anil given a home, but some article of wearing apparel was missed and the girl was ACCUSED OF THE THEFT. 2$he protested her innocence, but all the circumstanc...

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 November 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1881. 7 A GIRL'S PROMISE. "And you propose to stand by what you say, sir?" "Exactly, Harry." Then a painful silence between the two men for a few moments. It was the old story the useless petition of poverty-stricken youth ask ing of wealthy old age the hand of beau tv. lTarn o !-- to 1 AXmrl T-iffr -n.ii Y v u- l i i i Delia Ivuana from his boyhood unJ ana uena iiau returneu m love in ; full measure, but when the decisive moment came and he af-ked rich old Farmer John for his daughter, then lie was told that he was too poor to be aspiring. After starimr for awhile in dumb despair at the hard-featured and hard er hearted old farmer, as he sat in the easy chair by the sunny window, Har ry plucked up courage to ask: "And is my poverty the only thins: you have against me as a son-in-law ?" "That's about the long and short of it, my boy," was the prompt reply. "I had to make a nest before I caught my bird, and I don't quite see why other m...

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. — 22 November 1881

8 THE SEDALIA "WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1881. FUR ! FUR ! FUR ! The onlv stock in the city WORTH MENTIOiriire- Ladies' London Dyer Seal Bets. Ladies1 London Dyer Seal Oaps. Ladies' London Dyer Sealj Hats. Ladies' Mink Seal for $15.00. Ladies' Alaska Seal for $35.00. Ladies' Fur Bonnets. Misses' and Children's Fur Hats and Caps for 50 cents each. A new lot Ordered bV ex- ccotil nrill ah PolaTnic- preSS ana Will De On Sale 1U6S - day moring. Wm. Curran's, 223 Ohio Street. WEEKLY BAZOO SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY. NOVKMP.KK 22, 1SSL WHAT fThe "Bazoo" Would Like to Know If the boys do not aiding on box cars ? find it rather cool If Price King intends to wear tho.-e mew clothes to-day ? How Prof Ceorge along training bin dogs Miller is getting How many people in Sedalia have not already e.pi'e.-ed their opinion a t the (iuiteau hooltng? Y n;u kiiiu oi an i-i i.iiid .nil- i imhii;:: - went to Warrensburg on last evening, and tow he put in the time to-day? What caused those young ladi...

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. — 29 November 1881

BAZOO. VOLUME 13. SEDALIA. MO., TUESDAY. NOVEMBER !i). 1881. NUMBER 24. SEDALIA WEEKLY GLOVES ELE&RAPH BY T THE TRIAL CONTINUES. on Behalf of the Government. ' VI.... ' -J .. .... 1 - , ; . .'JVll k -.1.- ' " 1 . I J , HI' 1 VJUieOC-U JLli L-CX 1 UpiD. Wii, iccl!j;i,K). the General Knows Me. I am Glad to See You Asrain. General." Twelve button opera! $1.50. i Five hook lace gloves j $150, worth $2. Mink and Seal furs ail cost. .... j i T"ne Opinion of a Medical Col Knft hOOaS and jaCK-1 lege President as to Gui-- - i teau's Mental Condi- Best turkey red ta-j hie linen 50c. Blankets and corn- A I'Ki CUT . ,Riym ,.. A NEW LINE OF HATS: WE HAVE DETERMINED t. I-uui.-. Mo.. Nov. IfO. 1 ne hl-. ' 1 .n i vi i u i w IN t)l 11 " l.iwnitr nariiml oiif lmii h:iv.. I...fi : , t . , ..... , . . v To p iut of thi tritde .f . O n t .'i i - i.i i - i . L.t '.v . nHIIF mF PARTWIFNT hpikhiiUhI bv M- M.'Knm. preideni 0nVL ULrMnimLill. of the Merchant Kxchaugeasa com-Lrulit-.s btitiun hoe rcdmvd 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. — 29 November 1881

I THE SEDALIA WEEKLY J3AZOO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1881. BEWITCHED. j IIow lonjr you have boon, my shoued a Favaire voice ami yet it - - - ! learect." hextid rcproachfuliydrawii'.i was so familiar to her ar "If it was for your own good, Serena. her to the .seat that encircled thear-- Croin-himr to avoid the bullet, So r if I even thought the man reallv , bor. I be. an to fear that vou wen rena Hew out into the car Jen. and in- and elinir to the to the arms of a man who stood if- loved vou, I would never try to sttp ! roinir tu dert nu I 1 " II . t r a it t jou trom marrying nun. imi you younr tanner alter all ; Jow the steps. lont know him a.- I do, dear. If '-He has jrone. J shall not sec him . Hush, dear, its only George Kver j you could see and hear him of an again. Don't talk about him, pleagu,' j ettP he said, as she cried. vx&nup, in the bar-room of the Keu said .Serena, rather unsteadily. . "The police are here on the track Fox,' half intoxicated, ami swearing! 'l hope yo...

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. — 29 November 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1881. 3 McDEARMON'S MURDER. The Crime Committed by Boon ville's Marshal on Sat urday Evening. Minute Particulars Regarding the Killing of the Editor of a Greenback Paper. The Murderer Arrested, Then Ad mitted to Bail, and Again Taken Into Custody. Great Excitement in the "Vine Clad" City Over the Truly Lamentable Affair. Boonville was a fiad city yesterday. Her toplc srrowel( not because a great man iiul nassed j-.-.av. but because a neichbor ita in the cold embrace of death and that death was a tragic one. HISTORY OF T1IK KlLLIKd. ilr. A- B Thornton was editor of Boonville News, and in that position often alluded to the city governmental fairs. He was especiallv Mvere upon tin t in ne the police department, of which it in undtr stood T li. B. McDearmon, the. city mar - euai. vwwk v uiiuni.il, auw u it j. wwii ij that some hoi wo Mr. Thornton and l be publications m which wasjubhsh to a fatal term ma liie louowing is a cpy 01 me ariici...

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. — 29 November 1881

4 THE SEP ALT A WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1881. SBI)AXT.A 1jVJZOO ruWii..r:J.VKTf..o;wis. " Terais of Suoscription BV MAIL POSTAGE FH EE. Isil iiuOti'ii'u: -ixnd:t. p'r y.-.r ...5i C" u!iclay .ijjti.iu, -: ;"-' - - . WrikJy. ... nunil--T-";-f - '"J mU.7, d'J v-.ti i:i iltr i hy , jht J l. .vkh' iK.i ::- All uh.vptxn- .if- jMvl.if :i; J"aa. nrt WEEKLY BAZOO. i- DALlA. MU. TlKSDAY.'VK.MHKIi l'.h PITCH DEFILES. Dirtier and dirtier doe this -ar- j route buine.s t,.me. hveryhody . 1 . ' . , tnm&iction apjc:irs U .n&lCtlon appears to le turning j 11 i- t i Or rapldlv. KvVIl .lame? and ; .r . . . , OUgh do not KOi-m t. have I.-. C?)l. MtcV caped. if any credence i to le riven , 50 the atii iavit of Reerdcll, the pri- vate secretary of Dji-sey. He says 1 . . T i 1 i 1 1 . I ..... ii -r.. vt. it - tv i w-s:. ' .ii , i . ,1 u i"'uiim, ;m uiim.-n iti -ici miw-.ui- Dark K.ni t. -km. m..n: . . , Ihttin .hi D.iniim.r .i,.hn liKs. mon ra!lnTtM in :i rrroiiii anil, to tin- . : .i ...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sedalia weekly bazoo. — 29 November 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1881. "Vr-Urii for lie S-imi:ty Moxnitri l.a'v. THE SEWING GIRL'S OKF.A.M. r.Y lios.v im:a!::jv. r-be had toiled, with ivhh' iv-idle. The whol.- of the wearv day, From !hero-y glow f the morning. Till the ev ning shade-' grew gray. And now. tired out, she sh:iqberi. Or was loM i:i a fitful dn-ain. With face upturned to the lamp-light. That i-lione with a sullen gleam. A ihunbk guarded the fiugar Of the hand U-neath her head. ' Kl- around, her work, of satin J:e.ihinii:g glory spread. A:d the dr ained of a m adow brooklet. A id n-se-pink clover bhoms, And the blue, pure vault of heaven. : -tviwi of Iter attic ro- -iiir1- A IKl Sh W3 a child of f-v'ii. C'an.-fn--, aiil light, and av. child-- who laughvd in the sunrhi With nothing to do hut p!sy At-1 till, : her dreaming fshin. T rounding of time u-nt on. Aiid vcir.:iH they hroujcht their change iiuvt i'-oH"5 frutn life U eun. vivJ -; vvr- ftiir and lad-ne, .Ami roriH' w.re fraught with f...

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. — 29 November 1881

C THE SEDAX.LV WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1881 THANKSGIVING. TStory of Why, by Whom and'm.,0f. TWv, nf PnnHnptnv When the Day was First Observed. To-day is the day set apart by the oh iff j executive ol the nation una the Governor. f Missouri for the rendering. of thanks to ' the Great iiver of all good tiling, for tin l continued prosjcrity of the United Stale durimr the vear closing with last night. anu the request mat public religious ser vices le held in churches and that the peo- pie observe to-day with prayer, praise and leasting, was generally observed throughout j the citv. The custom is one almost a old ; the hills. It originated with the nil- grims,Hhortly after they landed at Plymouth j Rock in Massachusetts bav, on December ! 22, 1020. There are various theories as to xs origin, but the prettiest tale, and jirobably the iuaref-t the truth, is that there came a, season oi arouth, and the times were verv hard, starvation staring the people in the face. Gov. Winthr...

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. — 29 November 1881

THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1881. HUMORS OP THE PROOF-ROOM. Borrible Mistakes for Which Proof-Readers Have Been Responsible. presenting a vivid i)en-pieturc of the many trial, to which the proof-rauler M.'hjectfrf. both in book ami news - . .w. : . . .r;t - w L2tn J n.;-ffc.- :,, mista printing. We quote : it mnit-j l o l in 41 billy ti'iiici; i r iimivtu: in Jkooklv.. a lad v was lelline about the defendant calling .... her to relate his faid down on a lounge and she etjver- J him with an afghan. The repor- W v .i. "napkin." and it so appeared in the feporU of several paier? next morn- ing. The impossibility of covering the! rnTrtly and dignified form of the de- struck the praof-ieader. but it did not. A gentleman, describing a visit to a fa-mous public building, where he Itad some difficulty in finding the war j out. finally found the western gate, where, he said, a cab awaited hira, hni the compositor insisted that a 'jp' nrrestei him. Speaking of the innumera...

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. — 29 November 1881

8 THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, "NOVEMBER 20, 1881. FUR! FUR! FUR! a THormrr. E ervthing iii ual'in- b-av.-s it- )iipl.r : Tin tree-" and the flowers cast their -had- . ows on i ho gras. J All things in nature, Iry tome i:::I:uo-n inytcrv, An writing out The fit!;, rlock in tli'1 i'hy WORTH JSffirmiSG- ! Iadies' London Dyer Seal; eete. Ladies' London Dyer Seal' VPS. ? Nothing returns from to nl unknown; Ladies London Dyer Sea, 1 Even the little drop thai im-ki from -n a. "the fountain, BZ& Cuhls its sculpture on the yielding -tvm. Ladies Mink Seal for $15.00. j - LfliliflB' Aloclrn Rpn.l fnr - John MKrinnct say-: .00. Ladies' Fur Bonnets. m l 1 3 ' T7U- i x JSUSSes ana Uimtu eu r ui j rM RUM-f I;Uioj, m-ural,-i;. and WHAT The "Bazoo" Would Like to Know. SPIRITUALISM. WADSWORTH WADDED; What a Bazoo Reporter Saw Into the Cooler on a Charge I - Vi. r tr . A n-, What Arthur Malthx coes to church ! t OBcUIUe HI UUS ORV UI V agl aUU V ttUU IIMJA" lor? j ATI T'Vlll YK?A n T7 T?iTn...

Publication Title: Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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