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THE SEDALIA WEEKLT BAZOO. TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1882.
7 i X PECULIAR CASE OF BLUES. If a Girl Gets Marked for Life Can She Make You Marry Her? Nc-w York Mercury. A pale young man entered a lawyer's office and closed the door with his hack like a Yermonter, and said he wanted a little advice. The lawTer teld him he had struck the right place, and asked him to proceed. 4 'Well, what I want to know is if a man marks me for life can I collect damages from him ?" The lawyer said it was the easiest thing in the world to collect damages in such cases. "Then," said the young man, "if a girl goes out riding with me to a pic nic, and she gets marked for life, can she collect damages from me ?" The lawyer scratched his head a moment, looked wise, then thought a V again with his forefinger on his fore- office reports, and finally expressed the opinion to the young man that in the latter case there was no possible show of the girl's collecting damages from him. The young man threw down $10 as a retainer, and said that the lawyer could consider himself en gaged for the season to prosecute one c:tse and defend the other. The law yer put the money in his vest pocket mechanically, as though it was a mere matter of form, and told the young man to state his case. Taking off his hat and wiping the perspiration off his forehead, he proceeded : ''Well, I want you to commence against a livery stable keeper for $10,000 damages. You see, last summer I hired a team and a top-buggy to take a girl out to Oconomowoc to the yrcht races, and we were going to take dinner at the hotel. On the way out there the almightiest thunder sforn you ever saw came up. It drenched us from head to foot. There wrn't a dry rag on me, and the girl tid if there was on her she didn't t.:ow where it was. But it finally cleared off, and we drove into Oconomowoc, and around bv the bank of the lake, and got out in the woods. We had on white clothes. I had on a pair of white Marseilles pants, and the girl had on a white muslin dress. Well sir, do you know, when we got out, the whole back of us, from the knees clear to the small of the back, was as blue as indigo. The buggy cushion was blue, and when it gt wet the blue just fairly run off, and it was the bluest blue that you ever saw. Well, I thought the girl would die. When she stood off with her back to ward me I could think of nothing but an Italian sunset on the Lake of Corao. She was the bluest girl, true blue, and no mistake. And my pants ! When I went away from her to get a better v'ew.ofthe yacht race and swear a little I must have looked to her like some old blue ruin in a theater. Well, we didn't dare go to the 1 o el to din ner, and were afraid to stop at Mc Dowell's, where the Light Horse ( squadron was in camp, where I kne'w M all the boys, and we didn't get any thing to eat except a glass of beer and a niece of dog sausage at Pewaukee, which I had a Prussian bring out to the buggy. The girl got mad because I laughed a little at her having the blues, and she wouldn't speak to me all the way home. We came into town after dark, and I thought the affair would blow over ; but blast me if the blue color didn't sef on iny skin and nothing will take it off. 1 have tried everything but it is just as blue to-day as it was the night I got home from Oconomowoc. From my knees to the small of my back I am deeply, darkly, beautifully blue, and probably shall be during my natural life, and I j want the livery man sued. If I want " ed to travel with the circus as a tattoo ed man I wouldn't mind it so much, but I don't. I never knew before that blue was a fast color. "Well, this is only half the trouble. About a week after we got back, the girl's father came to me with a gun, and asked me what kind of a colored person I was. It seems the blue was just as set in its way in his family as it was in mine. I explained it to him the best way I could, but he said there was only one reparation a I man of honor could make in such j cases. I told him I was trying ail j the different articles in the drug! stores, one after another, to remove the bluing, and as quick as I could find somethin : that would touch the spot I would communicate with him. That stood him off for a month or two, but I supposed the girl and her mother kept at him to do something about it, and he goes for me once a week, and threatens me until my life is a burden a heavy, eighteen "carat burden, with a blue black ground. I try to be joyous, but it seems to me as though everybody knew my con dition. The old man says I have got to marry the girl within two weeks or stand a law suit. If it should be come fashionable to paint our bodies wky-blue, and not wear clothes, I could acts my way ciear or ir i could get a consulship to a warm climate, I would marry, but the idea of beginning to keep house with husband and wife subject to hereditary blues is too much, and I kick. I have told no body but you and the druggist who furnishes me with drugs, but I think the girl has told everybody she knows, because half the girls I meet look at me as though I was a white elephant. Can you save me ?" The young lawyer said he believed he, could, but he would have to look up the authorities, and he took down a "blue book" of the legislature, and told the young man to come again on Saturday with $10 more. It cer tainly will be one of the most singu lar cases that has ever been Wfore our courts, and will attract much at tention, no doubt. Fred Vokes and Sother n. Fred Yokes and Ned Sothern, the famous Dundreary, were bosom friends but strange to say, though associated together almost from boyhood, neither had ever seen the other upon the .tage. Tin? night of the great fire in Chicago, buth were playing there, and the performance at Fred's theatre be ing prematurely brought to a close, he hurriedly dressed himself and started in a hack to McYickers, hoping at last to see his dear friend Sothern as the eccentric lord. At the door of the thetre the first person he encoun tered was Sothern himself hurrying into a hack. "Which way, Ned?" called Fred. "Bless me, my boy," said Sothern. "I was going to run over and see you do 'Fun in a Fog.'" "No 'Fun in a Fog' to-night," said Fred, "I have come to see Dundreary." "No 'Fun in a Fog' no 'Dundreary,,' replied Ned dryly. "No !" exclaimed Fred. "No," replied Sothern. "Well !" ejaculated Fred. "Well !" echoed Sothern. "Let's take a drink," and the twain drowned their sorrow in a cup of thick, but to the day of his death Sothern never saw Fred Yokes on the stage. Effie Bllsler's Joke on Raymond Denver Tribnne. By the time Miss Ellsler had con cluded her explanatory remarks about "Suooks," he was curled up and nap ping. "Oh, yes; we were talking about John T. Raymond when I interrupt ed the conversation," she said. "1 don't think that to this day Mr. Ray mond knows that I once perpetrated a joke on him. At that time he would have given anything to learn who the author was, for he always re taliates two-fold upon those in the profession who made practical fun drives at him. He was playing in St. Louis. I was in the cast. I had heard and seen so much of his jokes that I resolved one day to give him a spoonful of his own medicine. You know that Raymond, before ordering at meals, is a close student of his bill of fare. And, in contradistiaction to the thearical diet of his Colonel Sellers, he is quite an epicurean in taste. After thinking the matter over, I de cided to send him a bill of the Mul berry diet. So I had printed in splendid style the fare which mo3t he did not like. Just think Raymond dining at dinner . r turnips ! The bill of fare was sent to. the hotel, the pro prietor was induced to join the con spiracy, and at the table he was deli cately handed the delicately printed ! menu. He read : 'Soup turnip, f i t t fijli fiirninc f iirm tn rnosf ' turnip; boiled turnip; entrees tur nips; cold turnip.' Before he had reached the turnip pudding and pie he shied the card across the room, buried his face in his hands, and was heard by the waiter to mutter : 'Good one, good one; wonder who did it." He then got up from the table and went to a restaurant tor his din ner. I know that when he finds out that I am the guilty one, he will play back at me." m A Scene on the Towpath. Beneath the night's bespangled arch they were strolling unconscious of aught save the intermitting fancies of their twain hearts. Suddenly they paused and, gazing at a ruddy star that flashed like a great ruby in the firmament, she said : "Diomedes ! what rufescent orb is that which winks with bloody e'en from yonder dome ?" "That, Andromeda," spake her courtier knight, "is Mara, the wad of gore beg pardon, I mean the god of war." "Ah, yes ! and looks he not like some gaunt Achilles, armored for conquest, bidding defiance to the hosts of hades ?" "He doth, Andromedo, he doth ! Or like some grim avenger furling a hoe I mean hurling a foe to the death !" Rome Sentinel. A New Era. The true secret of happiness is perfect health, which enables the individual to en joy life, and attain competency and con tentment. The martyr to dyspepsia, in continual misery, is without hope in the pursuit of business or pleasure, and real izes that existence, yields only failure. But a new era has come", and good health is assured, with positive relief from the ills of digestion and torpid liver, by the use of Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets. They are very nice, try them. Only 25 and 50 cents, inhandsome boxes. For sale by Bard & Miller. AN AFFECTING INCIDENT. How a Prisoner Was Saved from Penitentiary by His Little Boy. Inter Ocean. j Judjre Roger's court room was yes-; terday the scene of an affecting and humanizing incident. It was in con nection with the sentence of James i Rice, who was implicated with the! now celebrated consumptive Latry i Murray, in a burglary case. Rice! confessed to the officers, telling them J where the $8,000 worth of plunder! was. As Rice entered the room from I over the bridge of sighs, a bright eyed boy started from hi3 mother's knee, and ran toward the confessed criminal, crying, "Oh, papa, how glad we are to see you." Like a vine of hope the young American clung triumphantly to his father's leg, and thus burdened, attended by the bailiff, the prisoner marched on to face justice. It tempered justice to pity, but remembering the dignity of office, the sentence was commenced, and with two years in the penitentiary. It was too much for the poor little wife, with a sleeping babe in her lap. and she sobbed aloud. The bov at j once forsook his father, quickly went A n.A o ,rv inl, w ma muuiei , uv iu. . iuijc auuM..c , even the starch and sur of the food into glu all OVer the COUrt room, Said: "Oh A deficiency in Ptyaiine causes wind and mamma, why do you cry ?" endeavor ed to pull away a hand that conceal ed a face flushed with tears. Those great blue eyes of wondering inno cence, that musical voice unanswered, appealed to the heart of every man in that court room. "Judge." said the nrisoner. wnn a maniv enm 10 cou- k man and live a better lite. Can 1 1 be near them ?" There was not a dry eve in the room, as the iudse said, "I will make your sentence one year in j the penitentiary. ine prisoner was ot w' irUa !," principal prosecuting Witnesses, an . i i attorney gray in serving the law, , t-fnnl iin nnrl frwlrj frlm inArra wltli ' tears in his eyes, that he for his part i iorgave the prisoner. Again nicet WH3 brought back tO the jlldee's desk. ! ,,Ar . i "j I "lOUr Sentence IS Changed tO One frnar in pnnntv inil in nrrpr rliit . year m the county jau m oraer that you may be able tO See VOUl Wire and family," said the judge, and every listener mentally ejaculated amen. ! The Girl of the Period. A woman writing to the Philadel phia Times expresses the followi opinion: Looking back twenty- years through the life spent iu various cities and places m this and other countries,. I can say with an American woman's pride, that in no other land can you find more good girl3 self re liant, well educated and accomplished, excellant house-keepers, exceptionally dainty in person and house appoint ments, and in o home, however hum ble, but you will find evidence of re fined taste aud skill than in our own iair land. If our girls can "claw" the piano and will paint placque3,they can cook the beefsteak also; when a young man drop3 in and finds her as pretty as a pink after emerging, Cinderella-like, from her multitudinous duties about the house, he, no doubt, j think? she ha3 occupied the easy chair all day. There's more truth than J poetry in the counter-charge of our girls that a model young lady, pro- ficient iu all the model accomplish-1 inents, is on the average slighted and ! left behind for the giddy butterfly girl, who is all tinsel, show, and an adept in the art of fascination. Girls that are perfectly helpless seem to have more charms for the generality ' of men than a "woman nobly plan'd," j for it seems they hate to even think ! of a wife having any claim to supeir ority. Our girls are all right; our boys are not. Too many dare not have their lives investigated, and I have seen with shame that our be3t educated young men frequent places they should blush to know, and they are blatant on the subject of the deficiencies of girls whose hands they are unworthy to touch. PILES ! PILES! PILES! A Sure Cure Found at Last! No One Need Suffer. A sure cure for Blind, Bleeding, Itching and Ulcerated Piles has been discovered by Dr. William, (an Indian remedy,) called Dr. William's Indian Ointment. A single box has cured the worst chronic cases of 25 or 30 years standing. No one need suffer fire minutes after applying this wonderful soothing medicine. Lotions, instruments and electuaries do more harm than good. William's Ointment absorbs the tumors, allays the itching (particularly at night after getting warm in oed,) acts as a poultice, gives instant and painless relief, and is prepared only for piles, itching of the private parts, and for nothing else. Read' what the Hon. J. M. Coffinburv of Cleveland says about Dr. William's Indian Pile Ointment: I have used scores of Pile Cures, and it affords me pleasure to say that 1 have never found anything which gave such immediate and permanent relief as Dr. William's Indian Ointment. For sale by all druggists or mailed on receipt of price, $1.00. Henry & Co., Prop'rs. 62 Vesey street New York, ! ceui im etuuuuu. x uuu t wiic iui Uw Wood whHl WIieraI Crf,ivjt, erv.ipelas. and : myself: itS niV wife and children that I al manner of skin dU-aseand internal humors. I r- ; y" v ..! i-'e are no -pints emploved in its iiam;iac;ure. ; I care tor I want to ue an honest and n can taken i.v th. nu,-. .Mwir, i.ii- ..r i.r DR. Ci-HiiK JOHNSON'S iMiai Blood Syrup. '0 S3 Dyspepsia, Liver Dis eases, Fever and Ague, Rneumatism, Dropsy, Heart Disease, Bil iousness, Nervous Debility, Etc. The Best EBMEDT ENOWN to Man. 12,000.000 BOTTLES SOLI SIME ?TO. lnis 'WrvP ttsxsse I aned fropneties. Tt tiimi Lite-the P: valine in the Salvia, which Hiuniig ol the food in the .stomach. If the medicine is taken immediately atur eating the fermentattou oi tood Is prevented. It acts upon the liver. It aetsujHR the ki.Inev?. It regulate? the Ihjwels. It purities thr Mood. It uiei the M'stem. It promyte diction. f It noun-die, strengthen and invigorates. j it carries ort the old bio.! ami mak" new. It opens the ores of the skin and iuduces healihv I perspiration. " j it !!: ral:ze th hervditarv l&&&utTMB 1 ww. m,.v, CO....O. I wish to inform vou of the facts of one of the I "OUury?ai Dropsv known in this . :ora number of reara, and , ned durereat doctors an.; various remedies, but all : no purpose. One doctor said I coidd not live was adviid to try some of Dr. i Johnson; Indiau Blood Syrup, which I did, and in j siimi tjiut-1 ;i3 ao!f io ,'( w :own awit can upon the doctor who said i could not live, it perfectly CUled Ute. JOHN MILLER. vkro:.a, Lawkemck ro.. Mo. WR3 troubled for a ion- time with Kidnev Disease, and also with Chilis and Fever. I tried various remedies unsuccesofullv for months. I then commenced taking Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian BIood Syrupj whicfa hM wmpIelely cured me T am now as stout and healthv aa I ever was. William watson. Bedford, Mo. I have usr-d Dr. Clarie Johnson's Indian Blood j syrup tor chronic Disease, and have received great reiiet tnereirom. H. CUMTOX. DRUGGISTS SELL IT. Laboratory, 77 West 3rd St., N. Y. City. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM. A perfect dress inr.elerantly per fumed and harm less. Removes dandruff, restores natural color and prevents baldness' 50 ctnti and f I FLOSSSTOU COLOGNE, An etrsnUiltlx (rx enat jwrfaKHfVhh profrtfci. 35 asi "5 cects. GINGER TONIC IU Invigorating Metficine that ftever Intoxicates This delicious combm.ition of (linger. HJ.u. Mandrake, fmilinta.andrruny otl.T cf the best vegetable remedies known, cues ail disorders of the bowels, stomach, liver. Luiscys and lungs &is Tkc lest ind Surest Ccugfc Cure Ever Used. If you are suffering from Female Complaints, Nervousness, "U akcfulce&s. Rheumatism Dyspep sia, age cr any dicase or infirmity . Like I'c rllcr's Gir.-er Tonic. I: will strengthen brain and body acd give you rew life and rigor. lOO DOIiliARS Paid for anything injurious found in Ginger Tonic or for a failure to he!p or cure. Wc cd ii ! rl daaiWi dnr. Law satuijcbevizr f I Sac. Srtdlx&caUT to Hucn A Co., lo3 Wai.N.Y. W. D. STEELE, Attorney at Law. Offick: Room 5 Porter's Block, 12-lldAwly SBID-IjI-A., MO. i ii ii ii ii n j Agents wanted for the sale of the Indian Blood . e i Syrup in every town or village, in which I have no aVe S Agent. Particulars given on application. MASON & HAMLIN ORGANS From $22 to $900 Sold on Easy Paymsnts, from $2.50 to $5 Per Month Just think of it! It is their proud distinction that they have taken the higher awards at all World Fairs for the last Fourteen years. No one who has ever owned a Mason & Hamlin Organ will be satisfied with any other kind. Will the public not learn a valuable lesson from this fact. Write or call for catalogues with the lowest net prices, terms, etc. JOHN STARK, 12-27-dAwly 219 OEIO WHOLESALE LIST TURNIP SEEDS! nHICACO PITTS! Frty-aeTentk season of the old reliable CM cao Pitt" McpnratorN, the only nrst-elaee AprtuMacnmenourm tneniartcet adapted for iaive email Job.-, horte o r steam power ; the only Apron acnme mat tnresnes anu vrftclhi. "Ckicaara Pitt lorains Rakm eaated II one Fawern are the be.-c u the uurlJ BLACK HAWK A pronounced sueceas in 11 ; Ugh teat draft, f oat m( and cleanat threshflr in grain, flax, and clover. Could not supply the demand. Order early. The sunplert and moat durable machine in tha market. TRACTION ENGINES The Black Hawk TractUm Sterna Earfae is the best Portable Engine in the world. With non- expiattve water-cnre Doner, no lodging of aediruent The iwitr surface in alvcay a clmm. Water circulation imvffeet. It i absolutely safe, weighs nearly Soco lbs leas than any other of the ramo elze. It barns straw, ccal, or wood It gives more rower wits less fuel. and absolutely no danaer from expiation. Send for Descriptive H. A. PITTS' SONS MFC. CO. V and OS. Jfferson St. CHICACO, KU MRS . NELLIE WALLACE, (Late Wal ace A Fitch.) Milliner and Dress Maker, . ?T SJ"1ET: . iLUlJCjiol5LJj, iuU. Th , , , , , . . , in either of the above lines will do well to crivp Mre "V:ilInit :i caU 8-14w4m TRUSTEE'S SALE. Whcrca?, Thomas Fergum and Sunn. hi. wife, hy their certain dml of trust, dated the 2:rd day of April. HT2, and rcordcl iu the recorder'; oflico of IVttLs county, at triit atid mortgage deed, hook 6, page 41. conveyed to the undersigned all their right, title, interest and eMate, in and to the following described re:il estate, bituated in the county of Petti, state of Missouri, viz. The south east quarter of the southeast quarter, of seetion twenty (20). and the northeast quarter of the northeast q'uarter, of section twenty-nine (2y), in township 48, aud range 20. Which said conveyance was made in trust to secure the payment of "a certain promissory note in said deed d-serired, ami wherfcas, said "note has !eomedtteand is unpaid, now therefore, in accord ance with the provisions of said deed of trust, and at the request of the legal holder of said note, I shall proceed to sell the above described real estate at the court houe door, in the city of Sedalia, in the county ot Pettis and state aforesaid, to tke highest for cash, at public auction, on SATURDAY, THE 15tlx DAY OF J ULY, 1S8J, between the hours of nine in the forenoon and five in the afternoon of that day, to satisfy said note. together with the cost and expense of executing this truit w. u. t uv tvLL, sr.. -;w4t. Trustee. TirUSTEE'S SALE. Whereas, Martin L. Heck and 3Iary A. Heck, his wife, and by their written deed, of trust, dated the 20th lay of October, 1871, and recorded in the recorder's office, in Pettis county, Missouri, in book (7 seven, pageW, convtyul to Dr. House, trustee, the following described real estate, to-wit : Seventy acres to be taken otl'of north end of the southwest half (Ji), of th- northeast quarter (l.it. o section fifteen" (15). in township forty-four (44), range twenty-two (22), in Pettis county, Missouri, in trust to secure t wo promissory notes in said deeil describel; and whrer, one of sail notes is due and unpaid, and wherea, the aid Ir. House, trustee, is dead ; now, therefor, at the request of the legal owner of titf Mnt !mf in ni--nl'iiH' v?f Ii tJn ttrm nf J deetl. notice Ls hereby given that I will. yi SATURDAY, THE 21th DAY OF JUNE, 1SS2, Itetween the hours of y o'clock a. m. aud 5 o'clock n. in. of that dav. at the court house door, in the city of ?i dalin, Pettis comity, Missouri, prweed to , eu saut re: estate tot lie highest and best hutder I forc;ih, to p.iv sai'T ."otejuterestaudcostof ex ecu t iiats thi trut." M. S. CONNER, SheriH'. (5-2Swnt) TKUSTEi'S SALE. Whereas, John W. Ireland and Anna Ireland, his wife, by their deed of tnist, dated November!?, 1878, and recorded in the rwrder"sortice of Pettis county, state of Mi.ouri. in trust deed book 14, on page 226, i-oiiveytrd to the undersigned trustee the following descrilKnl real estate,situated in said ctunty,to-wit : Lot eighteen and nineteen, in block fourteen, in the town of Green Ridge, according to record plot of iiil town, in trust, to secure the payment of two promissory notes in said trut deed diacribed. And whereas default has been made iu the payment of said notes now past due. Now,therefore,by virtue of the power and authority iu me vested, by the term and provi.Mouofsaid trust deed, and at the request of the owner oi said notes, I will, on SATURDAY, THE21th DAY OF JUNE, 1882, between the hours of nine o'clock in the forenaon and five o'clock in theafternoon ofsaidday,sellatthe court house door, in thecounty of Pettis", and state Missouri, at public auction, for cash in hand, to the highest and best bidder, the real estate above de scribed, to satisfy said notes and the interest and ex pense of exM:uting this trust. JUrlJN . ADAMS, Trustae. (5-24wo) Children cry for it. Sich- ers' ice cream soda. i STBEST. aXJflfttfjk LD" WBBTiSI AtSiafcBrX I a aaaaaa asLaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat 1 XJB BaaVaafBEaaaaaaa BVaBV9aBBBBBBBBBBaaaskaQPK3lktaBaBBfaV MERCHANTS ! SEND US YOUR BUSI NESS CARD FOR TRADE LIST. D. LAHDRETH & SONS. 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SAMARITAN NERVINE Cured ray wife of a nervous disease of the heoi E. Graham, North Hope, Pas SAMARITAN NERVINE Cured my son of fits. He has not had a It fe: about four yea' s. John Pa vis, Wood burn, Macoupin Co., 111. SAMARITAN NERVINE Is For Sale BY ALL DRUGGISTS Or may be had direct frera us. For further Li formation inclose stamp for our illustrated Jounaft giving evidences of cures. Address DR. A. S. RICHMOND fe CO , World's Epileptic Institute, -m ST. JOSEPH, MO. O DISCOVERYt LOST MANHOOD RESTORED. A Yiatim ec yonthfnl imprudence cauauig rt hM TWtr Kervnn Dehilirr. Iioat Manhood. having tried in rain every known remedy, has covered simple seircnre, win en ns win aesa to his fellow-HUfferers, addreee m Chatfean St.. t. i. $500 Reward. We will pay the above reward for anr Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, la digestion, Constipation or Costiveneaa we cumI cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when that directions are strictly complied with. They arat purely Vegetable, and never fail to givesatisfactiaa. Sugar Coated. Large boxes, containing 30 Pilla, 31 cents. For sale by all druggists. Beware of count erfeits and imitations. The genuine manufacture oniy by JOHN C. WEST A Co.. "The Pill Maker," 181 A 133 W. Madison St., Chicago. Free trial package sent by mail prepaid on receipt of a 3 stamp. 9-22 d Jt w lyav