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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1884.
What The Bees Did. Arkansas Traveler. You can't eat no more idle bread in this house ! angrily exclaimed old John ilurdle, addressing his son Abe. No, sir, no more idle bread in this house. I must eat it outdoors then, must I ? asked the boy. No, you shaVt eat it on my farm. 1 qo oeiieve tnac vou ve eot less con sideration than any boy I ever saw. Yo know as well as I do that the corn is suffering for work, but aseoon as my back is turned you drap your hoe and sit down m the shade. I wish I may never stir again if I ever saw the like in my lire, i am a great mind to drive vou off. Go on back there and hoe that corn. Wnerere vou eomr The boy had started to eDter the house. Wanter get something to eat. It hasn't been three hours since you eat breakfast. Yes, but Fin hungry now. The boy entered the kitchen where his mother, among bright pau3 was scouring a brass kettle until it had begun to shine like a mirror. Abe, why do you give your father so much trouble? Why don't you stick to your work. Pleague take "the boy! Don't cut that bread. Oh, I can't work all the time, pro ceeding to cut the bread. I'm tired, an' it's so hot out there. Abraham, called the father. Yes, sir. Are you comin' ? In a minit, and cutting off a piece of butter with a butcher knife, he proceeded to spread it on his bread. Abe, do hurry up, said the mother. Don't you know that if we could afford it you would not have to work ? The old man entered, holding with an angry grip, an apple tree sprout. Pap, don't whip him, the mother pleaded. I am sure that he will go on to his work and stick to it. I am a great mind to cut him in two. Of all the boys I ever saw, he i3 the most trifling. I don't know what will become of him when we map uu. uuaii win j uu uu, uu.il j Don't know, sir, munching his bread. What will you do for a living, hah ? Eat, I reckon. Oh, there's no doubt of that, pro vided you can get anything to eat, but if you don't make a great improve ment in the way you stir your stumps, you'll starve to death. You don't want to work, you don't seem to care for play, but all you want is to mope around like you'd lost the last friend in the world. What do you mean hy it? Pm thinking. Thinking? replied the old gentle man derisively. A boy that's too lazy to play, ain't going to do much thinkin.' Perhaps he does think, pap, said the boy's mother. That's all nonsense. What's he got to think about ? He's too lazy to study up mischief. Go on now, and hoe that corn. Abe slowly dragged himself away. The old man turned to his work of greasing a set of harness. After awhile, looking up, he saw the bov poking around the yard. What are you doing there ? Forgot where I left my hoe. I do think in my soul, that you are the most worthless boy I ever saw. What's that lyin' there by you, hah ? It's the hoe, lazily taking up the implement. Now, do you think you can recol lect where the corn is f Yes, sir, I reckon. He moved slowly away and sought the place where the corn-blades waved in lazy whisper. The 1 Shatter Jack" sat on the tall iron weed and sang his rip-saw notes; the "snake doctor" flew around and "zipped" the top of an old stump; a, squirrel chattered in the neighboring woods, and a toad, fat on a diet of bugs and a drink of dew, lazily fell from a clod, showed his yellowish under-3ide and then slowly hopped away. Abe approached a stump and struck it with his hoe. A low hum, a loud buzz, and the air was full of bumble bees. The boy threshed himself with his hat and took to his heels ; slowly at first, but then a bee alighted on the back of hi3 locality of his whereabouts, the boy set up a yell and ran toward the house at the top of his speed. The -old man saw him coming. He was surprised to see his son travel so rapidly, and the old fellow, throwing down his harness, slapped himself and roared with laughter. Abe bounded over the fence like a deer. The old man was so much tickled that he had to support himself against the corner of the house, but the next moment he was trying to untangle a bee from his "brush heap" of hair. His wild motions attracted other bees, and the boy now rescued, shouted with laughter. ''Come, fight them off!" shouted the old man. "Confound it, don't you see they are killing me ?" The old lady came out, but she was too prudent to rush to the rescue, and the old man thus left to fisrht his own battle, fought until the bees "sheathed tneir swords through lack of argu ment. "I ought to take a limb and whale you," said the old gentleman, smooth- mg out his ill used hat. "Didn t you know better than to bring the devilish things here f "I wasn't trying: to brine; the bees." the boy replied, "I was trying to bring myseir. After an application of whisky and tobacco, effective remedies for such ills, the old man said : u Wall, its proved one thing : That yer ken travel faster than a creep. It was the first time that I ever seed yer strike er trot. There must be some thin' in you. Jingo, how my jaw hurts Have you got any books ?" ''Yes, sir." "Wall, gather 'em up and in the mornin' you may hull out to school. A boy that's as peart as you are ought to be eddycated." The next day Abe arose early. His father was surprised to see him "beat the sun' for as the old gentle man afterwards declared, "I uster have to pull him out of bed every mornin." When Abe arrived at the school house, where a learned how-legged man smoked a clay pipe and he put "him" in the nominative case, the pupils threw up their sun-bonnets and hats, and shouted. "Ho. here nnmps lazy Abe Hurdle." In disappointment of all expecta tion, Abe did not niope around the grounds, but played with a vigor wnicn astonished every one including the learned bow-leesred man who ofien indulged in the false narticinle of "having went." In the school room the boy devoted himself to his books, as though he had lost much of his laziness, yet he was still too lazy to relinquish his mental hold on any thing he once learned. He became a favorite, and the learned bow-legged man, who sometimes allowed a singular verb to follow two nouns, one dav said to Abe's father : That boy is going to make his mark. He is quiet bevond mealreadv. -Aw W and I would advise you to send him to town. I ain't got the money. Why, my dear sir, vou have Quite a large farm here. You regard your self as being poor, when in realitv you are quite well fixed. If you haven t the ready money, sell a part of your land. Til be hanged if I don't do it. The boy is so peart now that I can't de too much for him. Abe was delighted with the idea of attending a large school. He promised his father that if he felt the old feeling coming back on him he would find a bumble bee and sting himself. At the large school, by leniency called a college, Abe retained his stubborn hold on every fact which came into his possession. He entered j the law class and devoted himself to ! the sheepskin books. He graduated with honors, returned home and esta blished a law office in the neighboring village. Years have passed since then. In j the old farm-house garden there are twp graves, side by side. Little children spell the words on the large stones, and at evening, a noted con gressman and his matronh wife sit under the great elm that shades the grass-grown mounds. In a litte field nam oy, where every year the corn blades wave in lazy whisper, stands a stone, bearing this inscriptian : This is the spot, where years ago, bumble-bees came from an old stump and nominated a candidate for congress. CUBIOTJS CHRONICLES. A DEVIL-FISH IX OHIO WATERS. Mr. Geo. Stryker, of Highland township, near Defiance, O., went to the dam fishing a few days since, and while there observed a peculiar look ing object floating in shallow water. Approaching it cautiously he scooped it up in his hat, and found to his hor ror that he had an ugly looking fish or animal with a body like a piece of liver, a head with a bill like a bird, and large eyes. Its tail was diamond shaped, and from its body projected tentacles or feelers, which were cov ered with suckers. The longest ten tacle was ten inches long. The whole fish was about twelve inches in length. Mr. Stryker kept the fish several davs and then took it to Defiance, where many persons have viewed it. It wa3 pronounced to be a veritable devil-fish. A VETERAN COP. Albany Journal: Policeman Pat tison Jolly, of New York City, died a few days ago. He was 63 years old, was appointed a member of the po lice force in 1857, and was retired on May 1st last. Officer Jolly was born in the Fourteenth ward of "New York City. Hi s mother kept a dairy farm, and Jolly milked cows when a boy in fields which are now thickly built over. About forty-five years ago he went to Cincinnati by canal. To show the difference in the cost of liv ing then and now, he was accu3tomed to relate how he started with 839 in his pockets, lived liked a prince the whole time and returned with $4.75 left. During the trip he took a young lady out driving, and when he got back found the hire of the wagon for the day was twelve cents. WENT TO HEAR TALMAGE. Old Tom Blahorn Thinks That He Has Found a Matcnfor Sullivan. The Rev. T: DeWitt Talmage de livered a lecture in Little Rock several days ago, to one of the largest au diences that ever assembled in the state. Old Tom Biahorn, who lives over in the ucut-off destrict' and who was in the city during the visit of John Li. bulhvan, entered toe opera house, expecting to see "soine mighty fine knockin'." Before the lecturer arose, old Tom remarked to some gen tlemen who stood near." "I'll be dinged if I'd like for him to hit me." "There is no danger of his striking you," replied the gentleman. "No. vou are mighiy confed thar ain't A thousand dollars is er heap o' money an' Pd lik- to take that amount home with me, but fifteen hradred wouldn't persuade me to stand up in front o' his mauls." The Reverend Mr. Kennedy arose and gracefully introduced the lecturer. Old Tom, after listening a moment shook his head, and as Mr. Talmage with one of his characteristic gestures squared himself twisted himself, threw back his head, shook himself, squat ted, stood on his tip-toes, rocked on his heels, sawed the air and then, straight from the shoulder, struck at the audience, old Tom "nudged" the gentleman and said : By grip, that was a thousand pounder." "Hush." "Wall, it just was. A steer couldn't stand up ergin such a jolt.' Hush, I tell you." If you want to Det anything, put up The gentleman moved away, and old Tom, punching a preacher who had come too late to get a seat, said : "Bet he could down Sullivan, don't you r "I don't know," whispered the preacher, who knew nothing of Sulli van "I'd put up my little wad on him. He's got the action, you see. Look at that, will you ? It was a regular jig. "Hush," said the minister. "Wall, it jest was." The preacher moved away, and old Tom, after listening awhile, and laughing heartily at a joke which Mr. Talmage had clipped from a news paper and run in without credit, turned to a sedate looking man, and said : "When's he going to take off his shirt ? I want to see his muscles ?" "Don't know." "When does the knockin' begin?" "When some christian defender of decency knocks you down, and if you don't shut up, I'll be the one to do it." "You belong to the combination, 1 reckin. Wall. I won't argy with you, but if I had you out whar I could slash aroun' nachul, I'd make you take back them words calculated to rise steam in the biler of any voter. Go on away ; I don't care." "Mv friend." said some one who saw that old Tom did not unde tiad the situation, "this is nt a prize fight. It is a lecture by Mr. Talmage, the great preacher." "Wall, pxlner, you must excuse me, fur I thought this was a sort of prize fight. I ain't got much edyca tion, but I cau git as much fun outen a sermon as the next man." He became an attentive listener. "Yes," said Mr. Talmage, "please de liver me from the long-face Christian. I once knew an old brother who had not laughed for ten years. He ap proached me one day, and in his impressively sorrowful manner, borrowed twenty-five dollars, and he was so sorrowful and delicate of man ner that he never again spoke of the money. Old Tom threw up hia hat and ex claimed : "Thar! If that don't drive the nail clar up. I'm a sheep." "Hush or Til put you out," said a policen9an. "No, you won't for I'll go out. Pve got enough to last me till corn getherin' time. Come on, an' let's take a drink." The policeman looked slyly at the myor, and seeing that the lecturer wps holding his attention, accom panied old Tom to a neighboring sa loon Arkansaw Traveler. Emory's Little Cathartic is the best and only reliable Liver Pill known, never fail with the most obstinate cases, purely vegetable. 15 cents. imbing the Spiral Stairs. Invisible Arcnitectmra in a New England Parsonage. "Yes," she said, "our children are married and gone, and my hujband and 1 sit by our winter fire much as we did before the little ones came to widen thecricle. Lire is somethong like a spiral stair case; weareajj tne time coming around over tne spot "we started from, only one degree further upthe stairs "That is a pretty illustration," rem arked her friend, musingly, gazing tat o the glowing coals which radiated a pleasant heat from the many-win-dowtd stove. "ou know we cannot stop toiling up the hill, though." Surely we canuot, and for my self I don't find fault with thit necessity provided the advance in lite is not attended with calamity or suflering, for I have had my sh:ie of that. ot long since my health ut erly broke down. My system was full of malaria. My digestion became thoroughly disorder -der and my nerves were in a wretched state. 1 was languid, ate little and that without enjoying it. and had no strength or amb.tion to jwrfonn even my light household duties. Medical treatment failed to reach the seat of the trouble. The disease-whlch seemed to be weakness of all the vitel organs progressed until I had several attacks which my physicians pronounced to be acute congestion f thestomac . The last of these was a desperate struggle and I was tiven ;ip to die. As the crisis had partially uassed, mv husband heard of the merits of PARKER'S TOSlC as an invigorant in ju-t such cascs as mine. I to -k it and felt its good attects at once. It appeared to pervade my todyf as the blesing of new life had come to me Taking no oilier mecicine I continued to improve, ami am now in Wtter health than I have been for a long ti-re;" Extract from interview with the wife ofRev. P. Perry, Pastor of Baptist Church, Coldbrook, Mass. IN HOC SIGNO VINCES ! ANNUAL CLOSING ISALE. Goods of th8 B8st Quality PRICES VERY LOW. FIRST NATIONAL BANK SEDALIA, MO Paid up capital, - $100,000.00 Surplus, - - - 7U,UOO.UU BAHKIHG HOUSE Corner Ohio and Second Strcats. Ctrus Newkirk, President, A. D. J aynes, Vice President, J. C. 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Full leath er top Timkin or ruster for 310 000 217 MjSLIlSr STREET, SjEjSX 3-27-d&w Gm TRl 'TEE'S SALE. Whereas Mary S. Ming and Jno. O. Ming, her husband, by their certain deed of trust, dated the 1st day of A'nr'1, 1S32, and recorded in the recor der's office of Pettis county, in trust dcd and mortgage record 21, at ppges 570 to 574, conveyed tiie undersigned itustee the following describ I real estate, situate in the county of Pettis and state of Missouii, viz: Los one (I) and two (2) of the no.th-east and north-west quarters of section live (5), township forty seven (47), and range twenty-two (221, containing 305 H-ICO acres, more or .es?, which said conveyance was made to secuie the payment of a certain promissory note and in terest coupons thereon, and whertas default has bteu made in the payment of one of the said inter est coupons, when due, and the same is yet unpaid, and whereas, by the terms of said deed, of trust, it is provided that in case of default in the pay ment of any one of said interest coupons, when due, all of said debt shall become at once due, now. therefore, In accordance with the terms of said deed of trust, and at the request of the legal holder of said note, I shall proceed to sell the above de scribed real estate, at the court house door in the city of Sedalia, in the county of Pettis, and state aforesaid, to the highest bidder for sash at public auction, on TUESDAY, JULY 8TH, 18S4, letween the horns of nine o'clock in the forenoon and five o'clock in the afternoon of that day, to satisfy said notes, together with the cost and ex pense" of executing this trust. JAMES G, THOMPSON, 6-17 w it Trustee. TRUSTEE'S SALE. Whereas, Godfrey Hermann and Johanna F. E. Hermann, his wife, by their certain deed of trust dated the 22d day of May, 1SS3, and recorded in the recorder's office of Pettis county, In book 24, pasie 2U6, conveyed to the undersigned trustee the fol lowing described real estate situated in the county of Pettis, state of iiisour. viz . The southeast quarter of the noitheast quprter and the south west quarter of northeast quarter of section thirty four (34) in township forty-five (45) and raue twenty-one (21), also lots hve (5) and six (6), m block forty-one (41) in the city of Sedalia, which said conveyance was made in ttust to secure the payment o"f a certain promissory note in said deed described, and whereas said note has become due and is unpaid, now therefore, in accordance with the provisions of said deed of trust, and at the re quest of the legal holder of said note, I shall pro ceed to sell the above described real estate at the court house door, in the city of Sedalia, in the county of Pettis and state aforesaid, to the highest bidder for cash, at public auction,on MONDAY, THE 23D DAY OF JUNE, 1SS4, 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 trust. avid H. Smith, 6-3w3t. Trustee. SALE UNDER DEED OF TP.UST. Whereas, J. R. Wakefield, by his certain deed of trust, dated the 26th day of February, 1S34, and reco ded in the recorder's office of Pettis county, Mfcu-uri, in record No. 37. at pages 9 and 10, con veyed to the undersigned trustee, the propert viz: Lot 7, in block IC, of Hale & Gentry's addition to Ssdalia Missouri, to secure the payment of certain notes in said deed of trust fully described, and whereas, it is provided in said deed of trust, that if default is made in the payment of said notes, or either of them, or any part of either of tbem, or the inteiest thereon, as they respectfully become due and pavable, or if the dues to the Seventh Building and Loan association ate not paid when they become due, then all of said notes shall be come due and payable, and said trustee shall sell said property. And whereas, default has been made In the payment of the first note due, and default has been made in the pavment of the dues toiht Seventh Buildimr and Loan association. Now, therefore, in accordance with the provisions of said deed of trust, and at the request of the lesu holder of said notes, 1 shall proceed to sell the above described real estate, at the court house door, in the city of Sedalia, in the county of Pettis, and state of Missouri, to the highest bidder, for cash at public auction on TUESDAY, THE 15TH DAY OF JULY, 1SS4, letween the hours of 9 o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o'clock in the afternoon of that day, to satisfy said notes, together with the costs and expense of executing this trust. 6-lQw4t t. U. SiJi..U, lTUStee. GAIN Health and Happiness, DO iS OTHERS Ml DOME. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice Is hersbv given that letters of adminis tration on the estate of Geo. Ewers, deceased, were granted to the undersigned on he 20th day of J une, SS4, by the Probate court of Pettis county. Missouri. Au persons naving claims against saiu estate are required .to exhibit thtm for allowance to the administrator, within one year after the date of satd letters, or they may be precluded form any benefit of such estate; and if such chaini be not exhibited withm two years trom the date ol this publication, they shall be forever barred. j. ilia u n u'j ui o uuer, ioo-i. ROBERT EWERS and CASSIUS EWERS, 6 24w4: Administrators. Are your Kidneys disordered? "Kidney Wort brought mo from my grave, as it j were, alter i naa Been given up by is oesz aoccors in ucirou. 3L. w. ueveraux, aecnanic, loxua, jucu. Are vonr nerves wealc? "Kidney-Wort cured me from nervous weakness &c, after I was not expected to lire. Mrs. M. JL B. LKKxiwm, jui. Ltirtsiian Monitor cieveiana, u. Have you Bright's Disease? 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