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THE SEP AT J A WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1884.
7 Anecdota of Joseph. Jefferson a Chicago Lawyer. MARY CLAIMED HIM told her it was a rooster he had been carrying around all the evening, and and she would find it m the morning tied to the bed nost. I thought it wa3 time pa was broke of politics, .so A corresoondent of the Detroit --s r ; T imo -arrifinor frnm this mtv Rvs ? I ".r . ' . . "i " i 5 . f otrinrr fn fho rat anrl loft ir thora "In Jefferson's presence one begius to ,ir. m. ka i like evervbodv in the -orld. He isn't " "cu nv" T , - - . . . 1 Bfira rr a !in wnn sain now n a wm n telling you what he thinks of his r , - i. B iT. i:x show her the rooster he carried around -to unload upon you. Je doesa tahow A - 6 n a 'a .n you the costly presents which theriJr6 aur;7 T. ,1 v r . - . I it r horn hirb7 Ann hp rtnllPM rno titular dignitaries of the old world -t- tfrT brouzhttohimwhenIwasin Lon- "B"- UH uu T "-J""" nr, OTr,il rm IB in Intra with hie ulue lu aec Ftt luUBk au "UttL ttUU uvsu. I l .w I 1 1.1 1 J" J. x Kiiow you wouiu nave uiue io see uiu business, he wants to leave it where he leaves the old gun and trappings which make up Rip. But there is one subject which he will dwell upon by the hour. It is Mary Jefferson. She is his wife and he is in love with her. She comes with him to the play and between the acts they sit chatting, get scarce, one made one jump and landed on the bureau, and yelled nine kinds of murder. Pa looked at the rat sort of dubious, and rolled over, and looked the other way, and then he wanted to satisfy himself that it was not a rooster, so he pulled it up wh-nfco i no nharwri lib t. ? agai, and the rat ran under the bed- rustic lovers. They go away from clots' ath.en P 7." the play together and perhaps 'bare a enough and he jumped out of bed too luncheon-most of the professionals ulcfk- Then "Sht t0 have beard o r the temperance lecture ma gave pa. "Come and take dinner with me to- ge told him if he had got so far gone morrow." said a prominent lawyer that would F? b,0U6e- if to Jeflerson in my hearing a few days ?un1 m process.on half the night, thinking it was a rooster, he was in a "Can't doi," replied the undis- gd go to the lunatic guised vagabond of Falling water. "d "nlesil he wore f ,dni- "Why not?" asked the lawyer, mg from that minute she would make going on to mention the number of application to have him shut up by distinguished people who would be &e authorities Well, when ma gets there excited she makes pa pay attention, "I have another engagement," I .7 a T I pleaded the actor. u a-V a u t a lT J ' a -Break it for me " interceded the be did, and he has not drank a drop npntont hojf IOr tnree aa78 anQ ne 13 0nU1 prVOUS, Kt t-u rAA woo f ha and his head aches so every onorow J stands right up straight. 1 have been "Who is it that claims you !" asked P.ulDS P""de ice ,D hl3 .ead two the lawyer, somewhat out of plumb. TPi -' V 71 L .7 x f3 r w t.hp rPnW. Not s a teI1 hlm Wlth Safet7 hoW the rat Came man would say it whose 'tother part was a vixen. Not as one would put it who wished he could get away. He said it proudly and like a man, and in such a gallant way that the lawyer bowed and replied, "I beg Your pardon : but I, of course, ex pected your wife to accompany you. I included her in the invitation you know, vou are one. Will you say to me now that you will come and be my guest?" "If Mary come3 with me," was the answer. A lady who was present at the time nmched me on the arm until lu ue i utile. "Well, I am glad your pa is going to be a man again," said the grocery man, but you boys shouldn't have anything to do with politics. You are too young, and it might injure your reputations." "Yes, but we are taught that the highest ambition of man is to he pres ident, and that we may one day occu py that exalted office that Washing ton once held, but we can't get there without being politicians, can we? Haven't we got to learn how to pack caucuses and run in fellows that comfortably, although for a portion of the time this involved getting up long before daylight; but we discover ed also that in order to wake with precision at the right moment, and to re3t quietly until it arrived, it was necessary to look at our watch just before going to Bleep. If we neglect ed this precaution we were apt to sleep uneasily, waking first an hour more before the proper time, and allowing ourselves in consequence only short naps afterward until the minute ar rived for getting up. Whatever part of our mind it might have been that took charge of waking us seemed to begin its count of the hours from the time at which we composed ourselves to sleep, and if we did not inform our selves of this our conaious reckoning was correspondingly uncertain and the effort to wake vague, but if we took a note of the time in the evening we could sleep peacefully through the whole of the allotted interval, sure of being aroused at or near its expiration Another condition of waking we found to be the occurrence of some small external event, through which. as it were, the internal efiort could take effect upon our sences. A very trifling circumstance the flutter of a leaf outside the window, the chirp of a bird or any other of the unnum bered sounds of early morning was sufficient, if it happened at the right time, to wake us by a sort of magni fying process which at that moment gave the power of startling us by a noise which would at other times be unnoticed ; but without such sensible 111. impression we tmnK we snouid not have waked. In fact, on one or two occasions we remember to have been impressed with a dim consciousness of waiting for something to happen be fore waking, and a moment later a trifling sound would open our senses aisle in leaving ; this might seem almost a superflouous caution had not personal experience shown it to be otherwise. Poker in Missouri. "I used to be fond of poker he said, and the expression of his face became retrospective, "but sinca Ij got four aces downed out in Missoury, I hev sorter gi'n up playin the game.'' "Your opponent had a straight flush did he?'' 4No he hed five jacks" 'That's impossible." ''Stranger hev you ever played In Missoury V "No sir." "Well if vou ever do set down in a game out f're. and a red eyed man whose clothtf imjil of cattle, whittles a corner ou the table, and allows that he has five jacks, just bunch your kiards in the pack and say 'thut's good " $11,950 IN CASH GIVEN AWAY The Model Husband. Burlington Hawfceje. The Doodlebugs are going out of v-s town. I hey are hastening for the train. Mr. Doodlebug is getting them off. He is full of business, as be comes the head of the family. "Here, Emehne, take this little valise and the baby and go on. I'll catch up with you before you get to the station. Hold on ! I ll iust hook thi3 hat box on your fingers. There, now, that'll carry nicely. Got the baby all right t loramy you and Billy and little sister run along with mother Great Heavens I Emeline, don't let that child run across the street alone ; take hold of his hand, cant you? Tommy, come back and get this umbrella and bag of lemons. Emeline ! Emeline 1 You've forgotten the lunch basket, Joilly, To the SMOKERS of Blackwell's Genuine Bull Durham Smok ing Tobacco. The genuine has picture ot BULfLr on every package. For particulars see our next announcement. W, D. STEELE Ax,toirix&y at Law Office: Room No. 5 Porter" Block. the blood stopped in its channels, and hve"beeD tundiMd, and lie t 1 .r. wnen snowed ner tnat sucn a pro cedure was not pleasant, she answered: "I couldn't help it. When Jefferson said that about his wife I wanted to huff him, and as I couldu't do it I pinched you. Wasn't it just delight- iul to hear him say that ? about fellows that belong to the other party ? Why, in every school in town the boys are divided into demociats and republicans, and we fight each other just like me and find out mean things boys have done, and tell of it. and. we are growiusr up to be model politicians. The teachers laugh about it, and I don i The Bad Boy. aoout it, ana 1 aon i see I . . 1 T IT Peck's Sun. as uiere 13 any tmng wrong, we Ji we 'Well, well, don't look so condemn- got all the boys that ever stole :.ny- ed solemn," said the grocervman to the thing, or robbed orchards, spotted, bad boy, as he came in and leaned and their records will come up against against the show case, put his hands them if th y ever run for office. O, in his pockets, and looked down at the us boys are learning; pretty fast from K . - . .1 -i .1-1.1 ,. tne men wno tuinK tney are setting a mi punctuality. floor wit 1 his eyes "so!;." "What's the matter of you ? What are vou good example before the rising gen thinking of?" eration. But since we have read how "I was just thinking and wonder- mean Blaine and Cleveland are, you insr if it wa3 rierht tor uareuts to en- can't set any of us boys to have ani- couragebovs by telling 'em of the bition to be president. I don't think glorious future that i3 before anv there is a boy in onr school that American bov, the prospect that he is mean enough to ran for president, may one day be president of the when he gets old enough United States. I think it would be "Well, you boys are on the high- better to encourage boys by pointing road to the devil, said the grocery out to them how, bv conducting them- man. "You are learning all of the selves right, they can escape the fate meanness of politics, aud will bring 01 running ior presmeuu. wnacgiory up m me peuiLeu nary. iclhere in being president? If a " Yes, and we are learning it from president amounts to anvthing he gets our respected lathers, and brothers, shot, and if a decent man runs for and uncles, and neighbors, said the president he is abused worse than a boy. "As long as they countenance pick-pocket. Washington was all such demoralizing deviltry m politics, right enough, because his opponents w"at can you expect of the Jboys ?" never found out any of his cussedness the bad boy went out to thump a and if they had, das3ent tell, for fear ooy which belonged to tne opposite he would take a shot gun and blow party, while the grocerymau sat down 'em full of buckshot. But the presi- on a barrel head and began to wonder dents since 1 can remember, have wnat the country would come to it the been pretty tough, or got murdered, boys growing up became as mean as No, sir, when pa tells me to bra e up the men who are running politics now. and be a man, and some day 1 may be president, 1 say, Ta, 1 ain't a go- Waking One's Self at Will. ing to be that kind Of a man. Poll- From the American Architect. itiC8 are demoralizing the boys worse An old problem of psychologists than anything. Some of U3 boys don't has been revived by a letter to La know whether we are democrats or Nature, written by a French business republicans, because both parties have man who mentions that for years he hired us to carry torches. Say, what has been in the habit of waking him- is the best thing to cure a prohibition- self at any hour in the morning that ists headache t he wished, simply by impressing upon "(Jure a prohibitionist's headache ?" his mind before going to sleep the fact asKea tne groceryman in astonisnment. that he must awake at that hour, and " What does a prohibitionist want saying further that he seldom varies with a headache? Who has got five minutes from the moment which oner he had assigned himself. We have a "Un fa. l suppose he had the very distinct recollection of many worst headache in this country, and instances in which we have ourselves all from prohibition, ra has belonged tried the experiment with success, and to both parties, during the campaign, at one time when it was necessary for and up to election he was pretty so- a considerable period for us to wake ber, for him, but all last week, when on certain days of the week at a very Blaine was elected one day and Cleve- early hour, to take the first train to land was elected the next day, it was the place where our services were then too much tor ira, as he had to change needed, we had an opportunity of parties aoout twice a day, and tie got studying the circumstance3 under so full that he stuttered. He shouted which this peculiar species of self-con untu ne got noarse, ana came home trol is most easily exercised. una nigut, wiMi a xuuaier ueu vy one inuring tnis period, we iouna no leg, and - he tied it to the bed post, difficultv in waking repularlv within Pa was feeling funny, and when ma about five minutes of the time neces- asked him what he brought home he eary to enable us toa reach the train run hpro with a little shock. To the necessity quick ancHake this basket to your of waiting for thi3 impression, small mnfilpr 1 srnvr T?mai;no An hnr nr as it imgut ue, were uiapuaeu tu olf U mis3 the trajfl Never min(J attnouie tne variation or a minute or tua Maf vi imi, eiuiei jr num tuc c-vauu luw- J'our minutes after Mrs. Emeline ment assigned for waking, which L00k03 fuft .fn; 1 nnnA ght otherwise be kept with exact the way with a babjj three chil. dren and four packages. Her hu3 11 - Theatrical "Donfc's." Dana arrives, carrying a rattan cane Don't be a "theater party" in its weighing four ounces. He is so tired ordinary form, like theater parties be has to go into the smoking-car aud who take possession of places of sleep all the way to the station. amusement tor social purposes, look- lhe UoodJebugs Imaginary pee ing at the play only at intervals when pie I Not by a long chalk, my dear conversation ana mtercnange 01 re- j-uv uvcnuumereiu juriing- partee has becom exhausted. Let ton, and every body knows them. b xes alone be chosen by these intru- NXo, 1 don t know that he is considered ders. or let striot surveilance of ush- much more selhsh than some of his ers preserve quiet by keeping them up neighbor:. . Mrs. Doodlebug thinks he to the usual standard ot propriety. Ms a model nusband. I es, have heard ttt . . 1 I x?t LI V f t Usners shouiu be instructed 10 nave a some 01 ms ueignnors say sue is a 1001, watchful eve to detect groups of these but she isu t, I think. She is a worn- social beings, aud a bold tongue to Un, and consequently loves her hus- reprove even the peitiest among them, oanci too wen to ciuo mm with ai should she be forgetful of those about coupling pin every once in a while for. her. nis own goo J. bne would, carry Don t keep a hue or buyers wait- more things tor him it she had more . 1 insr while vou hunt irom Docket to arras. pocket for the requisite money, or linger unnecessarily at the window. Don t come m late. A reserved seat is no excuse for robbing a whole row of attentive listeners of perhaps one ot he brightest boumots or gay est songs of the evening. Manv a keynote to a whole play has been lest by such a disturbance. Don t aud thie 13 for the ladies- wear a flaring hat with profuse trim mines, even theugu snowy and be- coming. Jb ashion has maae permissa ble even for dressy occasions the little Langtry or Alsatiau hat, and these can be of such rich material and so becoming that there is no further excuse for the more dashing styles, which are sometimes large enough to obstruct half the stage from the view of the person sitting behind the wearer. Don'U-crowd the person sitting next you by taking any sideways position, extra elbow room, or in any other way encroaching on the space allotted to him. Don't use strong perfumes at the theater or any other place where you are seated near strangers. Pure air in theaters is bard enough to obtain, and if eue has to endure the objec tionable perfume without sufficient pure air to brace against its effects, a whole evenings enjovmeut may thus be turned into a gentle form of ill ness. "No oder at all is the best odor," and harder far to obtain than hose of "Lubin. 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It is thereupon ordered by 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 next term of said court to be holden at the court house in Sedalia within the countv of Pettis, on the fifth day of January, A. D. ISSo, and on or before the sixth day tnereof, and answer said petition, or the petition will be taken as confessed by him , and judgment be rendered In accordance with said etitlon. It is further ordered that a copy hereof e published in the Weekly Bazoo, a paper pub- I lished in said county of Pettis for four weeks successively, the last insertion to be at least four weeks before the commencement ol the next term of said court. A true copy. Attest: B. H. INGRAM, Circuit Clerk, November 10th, 1SS1. E. E. 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