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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1884.
,A FLORIDA PHENOMENON. A Supposed Volcano Turns Out to be a Series of Sulphuric iPools. Captain Asher puts out the Florida volcano, aud the romance of the poor Seminole lingering in the land of his fathers is lost. At the same time his story adds to the attractions of the lovely land of fruit, flowers and won ders. Perhaps from these sulphuric pools came the healing virtues which laid the foundation for the legend that In Florida flowed the waters of eternal youth. Captain Asher was in search of palmetto logs on the Aucilla river when he descried the smoke or cloud from a point in the distance. Re membering the many reports he had heard about this smoke he determined to unearth this mysfery if possible. So calling his cr w together and pack ing up their traps the party pursued their way in small boats up the Au cilla river. They traveled up the river, or creek, for it hardly deserves the name of river, for miles. After ascending from its mouth about twenty-five or thir:y mile3, he judges he was brought to an abrupt halt b' a rock barrier in front. Upon inves tigating he found that the river ended and was lost underneath the ground. Seeins: that the smoke became more distinct at this point, and seemed straight ahead, he had the boat hauled up to the bank and sprang ashore, determined, if passible, to pursue his investigation on foot. As he sprang on shore be gave an ex clamation of surprise. Scattered at various points were huge rocks, tow ering many feet above his head a thing unhe .rd of in Florida. Mr. Asher describes some of these rocks as being as large a3 an ordinary dwell ing and apparently hollow, containing much water. He describes them as being of a flinty appearance, ance, and when struck with an iron or steel instrument tj emit thousands of sparks. A mile or two further on were seen numerous rocks that were formed into round basins, their sides being smooth and beautifully polished Mr. Asher sprang upon the top of one of these basins. As his foot came in contact with the flinty substance a hollow sound was emitted from the rock. Calling for a pole, and it be ig handed to him, he placed it in the center of the basin. What was his Surprise on drawing the pole to the top may be easily imagined when he discovered that the rock, being hoi low, was filled with a strong sulphuric water. Pursuing their way through the bog on hard ground some distance then again scratched aud bruised by the underbrush, and fisrhtins: mos quitoes that seemed to resent this intrusion of their dominion, they pres ently came to where the river issued from its underground covert and pur sued its way onward, to again disap pear in the bowels of the earth. Every few hundred yards these pools would make their appearance, and from them would issue white, misty clouds that would ascend heavenward. seeming in the distance to be clouds -of smoke. The water in these pools was as cJear as crystal and filled with beautiful fish. He caught a great many or tne ush and attempted to drink some of the water, but it was unpalatable nauseating to the smell and taste He spent several days wandering around these points, and he says he never before thought there was such a place in Florida, He says that the rocks are separated bv a distance oi aoout zuu ieec, ana rear their black, grimy head3 to Heaven from a level plain of marshy soil. There are no indications of there hav ing been a hill, much less a volcano, iu tuia Hccuon, ana ine smoKe or cloud seen so often is simply the vapor nsiug irom me suipnunc pools. Detroit Free Press. die, but I have forgotten my purse, and now I will never see my poor boy again in thi3 world. Put me off, but I don't know how in the world I will get back home or go on," and the pleasant ridges on her face were drawn up into corded lines, and the tears started from her eyes as she clenched her bony fingers in agony. The passengers were all looking' on, and when the conductor passed on as if he had lost his mother, his great hand grasping his punch tremblingly and his eyes brim full, a quiet big hearted passenger whispered to him and then went through the coach ahead of him asking for half dollar contributions, but the passengers would not give, and a3 the train slowed up at the next station, the conductor walked up to her and gently put his hand on her shoulder. "Never mind," she said, swallow ing a big lump that kept coming up in her throat. 'I'll get off peacea bly' and then her frame was con vulsed with a shudder, and as the brakeman opened the door to call the name of the station, the snow burden ed air came in and blew off her bonnet, and she uttered a sharp cry a3 the the conductor pressed her back into her seat and said: "Don't get off, mother. Your fare is paid clear through to ' He stopped and said in deep agony of mind: "My God!" an", as the passensers gathered around, he completed his sentence: "Her fare is paid clear through to heaven," and as the passengers looked on her glazing eyes, her agonized features resumed their wonted pleasantness, for she was traveling on a pass written in let ters of living light and had reacned the end of her journey and met her son, who had died an hour before, while the others, bound for the same station, were but in the middle of their wearisome iournev. The con ductor and brakeman tenderly lifted the vacant tenement of her soul aud complied with her request to put her off at the next station, and they were seen to give something that looked like money to the station agent, and when the tram was started again the passengers all shook hands with them and wished them safety and comfort in all their undertakings, and a pretty girl that had been flirting bpgau to cry, and a woman and a baby took it up and both joined the pretty girl, and one by one the rest of us united uur tears with theirs, and the fat wo man huig.d the brakeman of our coach, and so we went on our way, all feeling better for what we had seen. Through Mail. Old-Paahioned Folks. When old Si had finished cleaning ap A Mule Who Broke up the Circuit. Arksnaaw Traveler. The following letter, written by a circuit rider, was red at a recent meeting of the Arkausaw conference: f4My dear brethern, I must resign the charge which you so generously placed in my keeping. I don't ob ject to riding the circuit, but riding a mule is a great strain on my religion and constitution. Sometimes when I am riding along, weaving a sermon of the threads of sentiment with which my mind is streaked, the mule buck jumps and lays me on the grouni. 1 got used to this, though, and would never have complained, but when the animal got in the habit of throwing me, aud then staving in my ribs with his feet, why, I was, in duty to my self, bound to make a motion for a change of venue. I am much wedded to the cause, and have captured many mourners, but unless vou furnish me a horse, why, you will simply have to erase my cognomen from your books. l don t mean no disrespect to your worthy bishop, but blame a mule anyhow. Reading Aloud. A very pleasant , habit for home life is that of reading alond some nleasant book in the evenings, aud if a. j the selection of the hook is wise, certaitiy mates tne nome circle very attractive, and lightens the drudgery of the mother, who often sits after tea with her basket of stockings to be darned, and who has a dreary time each member of the family, who does not sro out, taks his or her paper or b iok, as I have often seen, and sub sides into their own interesting read ing, leaving her to her own medita tions. A book read aloud at home gets a charm, apart from itself some times: its very name will conjure up in our memories scenes in the far pastthe pleasant family circle, then, perhaps, unbroken; the cheerful fire side, and frequently, too, the com- men ts upon what is being read which add to tne interest, and give a newer insight. The same association applies to a piece of work which is in opera tiou while any book 13 being 'read. bouth and West Men's Foibles. Men with red noses The Dear Old Mother. She wa3 poorly clad and shivered as she sat down near the stove, and wrung her blue rough fingers to warm them. The passengers all felt sorry for her for she had a kind, benevo lent face, and seemed to be grieving about something. "I wonder I wonder I wonder if I will get there in time," she mum bled over and over again. "Poor boy, he was always so good to me, and I wonder if I will be with him when it comes." "Ticket," said the conductor. The old woman opened her basket, and was a long time in looking over it, although she searched diligently, and when she got through, she looked very white and sad, and softly said to the conductor : "Stop the train and put me off. I bought my ticket yesterday and put it in my purse, but I have forgotten iny purse and left it at home. Oh, sir, I am so sorry, but I was going to St. Louis to see my poor boy, who worked in a foundry until yesterday, when a great wheel fell on him and crushed himjso badly they say he will up in the fashion editor's room he proached the church reporter and tain : "Heahafter Pse gwine to oberlook de writm' whut dat milliuarr editor sen's up stairs myself." "Why so, Si?" "Kaze I lay my las' dollar dat man's 'sponsible fur 'bout seven foths ob de revorce suits dat's roostin' roun' de court house dis very day.'' " What make3 you think so?" 4Frum clar reazin, bos3 ; jess take whut he dun down dar at my indi- vigilly house. He gone and string out m de constushun ar long rigmerole 'bout de iashumbleness, an flowiness an' cumiutableneES ob dis heah Mudder Hubbard frock, an' my ole 'oman, what's alius on de pint fur ennything that I00K8 an reels lazy, she jess takes er toot in er hand and tropse off an buys wun er dem 'nerf onus she did." "Well, what then V "Don't ax me 1 I jess bellered an paw d dis reath w en I seed 'er in de middle ob it I I tole 'er, I sez. 'Look heah, Mandy, is yer gwine ter use dat gwarmint fur a dress, or is it er night gown It hits a gown yer got to w'ar it nachally in de bed room wid de lights blowed out ; but if her dress, hit ain'ted fur de perade groun' yit. Hit needs 'bout er pound er buckshot sowed up in de tail ob hit ter make hit hang plumb, and guv strings frum de front aige ter yer shoo tops ter keep it taunt agin de win , and den hit! need er backstrop an' er gyrth ban', and sum kind super kyargo in de r'ar ! Ef you was to go out an' git kotch in der rain how 'ud like ter hab yer fortegraft tuck fur da art loan show ? an' if er lnVh Win' struck yer, whut yer reckon de peleece 'ud be doing while yer was prancin' roun' like er ombreller turned wrong side outen ? "Well, what did she say to all that?" "She ain't opined er mouf ter me et all ; but yestiddy mornin' I seed er at de back do tradin' er raouty likely Mudder Hubbud gown fur a pa'r of hens an er couple er mountain sprout water millions! And ef ennybody axes you 'bout us you jess tell 'em we s kinder old fashioned folks at mv house, boss I" And the old man disappeared, evi dently relieved at having published the last important fact. Georgia Cracker. are the light houses to warn mariners when "half seas over." Men with dudish habits are coated high in the tailor market. Men with plenty of brass capture many au ass. Men with slovenly weighs are balanced and found wanting. Men with meagre purses cannot be excluded from expensive hearses. Men with plenty of money to spend, can make most any man their friend. Men can give excellent advice about what they cannot do themselves. Whitehall Times. A Produce Exchange Joke. it was a wag 01 tne produce ex- change who the other day employed professional agencies to make a jocose effect on his fellow members. The ex change has a magnificent new build ing, but the business they are doing in it this summer is unprecedented in dullness. However, they are not dis posed to mope and pine. On the con trary they are abnormally frisky. Practical jokes there reach a high de- e 7 gree of elaboration. The present fashion in this line is to do astonishing things with perfect gravity. Jf the j ker can startle a knot of fellows by some outre teat he is delighted ; but if the joked fellows manage to main tain composure, thus seeming to be unconscious that anything funny is being done to them, the victory is conceded to belong to them. Kow, there is a bar on the premises. There is going to be a fight about it, because some or tne meraoers ooject to a connection with the liquor traffic, even in the capacity of laudlords, but as yet the barroom remains, and it is by no means a lonesome apartment. Ahumorous member of the ex change, who occupies one of the many offices in the building, was struck with an idea tor a unique joke, and to realize it he hired four of the curi osities from a Bowery dime mnseum. At a time in the afternoon when leisure aud thirst send many to the bar, he sauntered in. He had placed his back lazily against the counter when a three-foot dwarf joined him. The two shook hands cordially, asked each other how they were, and fell into conversation. All eve3 were fixed on the little man until a giant stalked in. This wasn't Chang, nor a Col. Goshen, but the kind of a giant that comes at ten cents, though not much less than seven feet high. He was greeted with warm cordiality. and the broker spoke to him of old time3 in Chicago. "Let me introduce you to Maior Earkins," he said. The dwarf and giant gravely shook hands. Then two more strangers joined the group, and drinks were socially ordered. "Hofirve you been, Bob? said the broker, addressing one of the last comers. "What?" and the man seized one of his ears and stretched it no less than four inches; "I'm a little deaf. ' The question was repeated quietly, a3 though it wa3 not uuusual to have India rubber ears. The glasses were raised. "Is thi3 good whisky?" the elastic wonder from the museum inquired, puding out the end of his nose, and holding it over the tumbler. "Looks first rate," said the fourth man; "here goes,' and he placed his glass on the floor, bent backward un til his lips reached it, and let the liquor drain into his mouth as he slowly regained his upright posture. "Come up to my office aud we'll finish that matter," said the broker, and he withdrew with his performers. H13 effort had been a failure. 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This warmly expressed rp?ret fell from the lips of an elderly pleasure tourist, hist August, and was addressed to a semicircle of commercial trav elers seated on the porch of the LinJell Hotel, St. Louis, Mo. " Yes," responded a New York representative of the profession, "a drummer isn't without his pleasures, but he runs his risks, too risks outside the chances of raiload collisions and steamboat ex plosions." "What risks forinstance?" "This, for instance," said Mr. W. D. Franklin who was then traveling foran Eastern house, and is known to merchants in all parts of the country : "Therisk which, indeed, amounts almost to a certainty of getting the dyspepsia from perpetual change of diet and water and from having no fixed hours for eating and sleeping. I myself was an ex ample. I sav was, for I am all right now." "No discoun- on your digestion?" broke in a Chicago dry goods traveler, lighting his cigar a ires u. "iVotn quarter percent, but i nad to give up traveling lor a while. 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It is thereupon ordered bv the clerk aforesaid in vacation that publication be made notifying him that an action has been com - enced against him, by petition, in the cir cuit court of Pettis county, in the state of Mis souri, for divorce and alimony, on account of de sertion and indignities offered, and that unless he be and appear at the nest term of said court to be holden at the court house in Sedalia within the county of Pettis, on the fifth day of January, A. D. 1SS5, and on or before the sixth day thereof, and answer said petition, or the petition will be taken as confessed by him and judgment be rendered in accordance wltn said Eetition. It is further ordered that a copy hereof e published in the Weekly Bazoo, a paper pub-, lished in said county oi rettis for lour weeks successively, the last insertion to be at least four weeks before the commencement of the next term of said court. A true copy. Attest : B. H. INGRAM, Circuit Clerk, November 10th, 1884. E. E. Clark, attorney for plaintiff. Il-llw4t Registered Berkshire Hogs 4-Swly APPLETON CITY, MO. WARSAW AND CLIMAX STAGE LX3STE. J. M. CAYWOOD, - PropY. Leaves "Warsaw Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Leaves Climax Mondays, "Wednesdays and Fridays. 11-20-wly TRUSTEE'S SALE. Whereas, Hiram Kroftand AdalineL., his wife, by tneir certain Deed ot Trust, dated the 20th day of March, 188 f, and recorded in the Recorder's of fice of Pettis County, at D ed Book 25 pace 362. conveyed to the undersigned Trustee, all their right, title, interest and estate, In and to the fol lowing described Keal latate, situated in the County of Pettis, State of Missouri, viz: Begin ning at a point, two hundred and eighty-five (285) feet north of the outh east corner, of the south east quarter, of the northeast quarter of section nine, (9) in township, forty-five, (45) of range twenty one (21), thence running north two hun dred and seventy. .2701 feet, thence west three hundred. (300) feet, thence south two hundred and seventy, (270) feet, thence east three hundred. (30)) leet to the place of becinuinjr. Which said conveyance was made in trust to secure the pay ment of sir certain promissory notes In said Deed described, and whereas, one of said notes has becomedue, and Is unpaiJ, now therefore, in ac cordance with the provisions of said Deed of Trust, and at the request of the leiral holder of I said note. I shall proceed to sell the above describ ed ueai estate at the court house door, in the county of Pettis, State aforesaid, to the highest bidder for cash, a public auction, ON WEDNESDAY. THE THIRD DAY OF DE CEMBER 1S81, between the hours of nine m the forenoon and five in the afternoon of that day, to satisfy sai I note, together with the cost and expense of executing this trust. O. A. CRANDALL, Trustee. Dated this 11th day of November 13J4. Il-ll-w4t. W. D. STEELE attorney at Law, Omcz. Eoom No. 5 Porter Block. 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