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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY JTJJKTE 16, 1885. SEDALIA BAZOO ftblitlitr: J. WEST O00DWIN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : Ially, including Sunday, per year. 810 00 Sunday edition, per year........ 2 50 Weekly. 52 numbers, per year. 1 OO vauy, aeuvered, per week: 25 KZWS DEALERS egularly rappled at IV. cents per copv. AH subscriptions payable in advance, and fccoauuuea ai tnc ena or time pa:u lor. HOW TO SEND MONEY. Remittances may be made by draft, money iuer or registered letter, at our risk. Give postomce address in full, including state and County, and address J. WEST GOODWDf, SEDALIA. Mft- WEEKLY BAZOO. bEDALIx MO. TUESDAY. JUNE 16 1835. There are about 125,000 miles of railroads in the United States, the construction and equipment of which cost, in round numbers, seven thous and millions of dollars. The earn ings of all the railroads in the United States, les3 operating expenses, in 1884, did not exceed S200,000. Illinois seems to ba unler a cloud. Not satisfied with electing John A. Logan to the United States senate, it now comes to the front with the statement that the growing crop of winter wheat will be the smallest raised in that state for the past twenty-five years. Troubles never come single. As an evidence of the newly -awakened enterprise of the Parisian newspapers, it is noted by a corres pondent of the Few York Sun, that on the afternoon of Victor Hugo's death, no less than thirty-two report ers sunv-unded the house eairer for news, while at the time of Garni etta's death not a single reporter was pres" ent. The change has been wrought by English and American competi-iion. The receut disgraceful proceedings of a mob in Spriugvale, Maine, which armed with pistols and stones attack ed hous33 by smashing windows.throw ing rocks and firing bullets into them, because of the enforcement of prohib itory laws, was a strong argumenf on the part of the temperance people and just what was needed to arouse public sentiment against the liquor element. Mob law is always to be regretted and although f r the moment it may carry the point, yet the final result of con demnation is sure to arrive. The Mexican Financier! draw hope from the fact that the production of Havana tobacco is diminishing, and the demand for it increasing. This demand. Mexico expects in time to supply with a leaf more nearly ap proaching the best Cuban flavor than any that can be produced in any other country. The argument i3 based mainly upon information fur nished to the Mexican government by one of its consular agents. The statement is made that the planta tions which have so long npheld the fame of Cuban tobacco, are exhausted in soil, and that a liberal usj of frr tilizers fail to restore the peculiar properties they or ce had. Many had been abandoned, and the annual crop has fallen 1V0 insignificant figures. Returns from tornadoes and cv clones come in with alarming fre quency, and we are left to wonder whether, as has been said, this peculiar visitation is of more fre quent occurrence than in former years, or whether it is because of the more convenient methods of getting the de tails of their ravages. We incline to Ihe latter opinion. Formerly, the more remote and isolated localities of this country might have enjoyed a cyclone every day, but as only the ab origines knew the particulars, and were under no obligations to wire 2fchem to their favorite publications, he world in general, was ignorant of Sthem. Occasionally, now, we hear he oldest inhabitant tell, how, when ihe was a boy a mill dam was blown iclear out of existence by some ambi tious storm, and how hills were loosed ait their Bases and almost leveled, and ,o we are constrained to believe that cyclones have always been with us, Jaixd .'tornadoes, have always attended -strictly ;to business when the occasion Ifieemed'td demand it, aid even in ifiis little matter we hare made jio marked progress. fu- u- ..-w On tbo ! vre'i: w.i.i ui mis month, the a3t requiring employers of female laborer3, 10 pr jvide seal3 for employ ees, beci rut-s h iaw, mid heieaftec, delicate women and giils will be allowed to U3e seats to such an ex tent as may be reasonable for the preservation of their health. Any violation of the law will be considered a misdemeanor, punishable by a fine not to exceed $25 for each offense. For a long time, this common act of humanity ws com batted by brutal employers, and a woman, no matter what might be her condition, was compelled to spend long hours on her feet. It did not matter that her dut ies were not at the time claim ing her attention, it did not look "business like," when a customer came in to find her seated and conse quently, sick or well, she must stand. Philanthropic and humane men, who had love for their race, look the matter up, physicians disclaimed against it, unon the grounds tnat it- was injurious to the health of women to remain for hours upon their feet, good and influential women interested themselves in the alleviation of this unnecessary cruelty to their sister women, and the result has been as above stated. While it is important to care for the male part of ti e labor ing element, who, as the family bn ad winner, needs the strength and brawn e qual to combat with the world, it is just as important that the women also be looked after, for after all, it is to the healthy mother future generations must look, and were this made a desideratum of state legislation even, it would only be a move in the right direction. By all means, permit the female employee to rest her weary bones whenever the opportunity rises, and let us never forget that we are a chivalrous race, and have the eleva tion aud care of the sex at heart. The Centenary church of St. Louis is corresponding with Sam Jones, the notorious evangelist, who has been making "Rome howi" in Nashville and Atlanta, with a view of securing him for a season in that city. Jones is said to be the most unique character the evangelistic ranks has seen for some time. He is 37 years old and in his young manhood was a lawyer. Hi3 ways were of the wildest and he was noted for what he styles "cussed ness." He was converted and a few months ago turned himself loose and since has been making war upon sin ners in an astounding manner. Jones may be a "square man' in the par lance of the day, but we have very little fuse for the blatant ard loud mouthed convert from "cussedness," who appeals entirely to the emotions of those whom he addresses and who is so far behind the new revision that he invites his listeners to "come up, any way so you get up and be switch ed off from the main line to hell." We cannot believe that the good dm? by him will offset the price of his board and clothes and will be willing to risk a chromo that at the end of a year from now,not one in ten of those who have wept and wailed and gnash ed their teeth over their sins, because Mr. Jenes "touched 'em up," will still adhere to the nairow path. Evangelists of the Sam Jones stripe are of about as much importance to the religious world as a mouse is among womenkind. There is a great deal of scrambling and screaming and noise generally, but after the returns are all in, nobody ha3 been seriously hurt and and the wicked world wags on without missing a cog. St. Louis is welcome to "Saraivel" but as for Sedalia she is contented with her plain Sunday go to meeting ministers and will back them against any amount of the evangelistic brethren. WHAT THE NEWSPAPERS ARE SAYING-. Too Much Pressure. Kansas City News. A prominent corset dealer in the east, who claims to have gathered re liable statistics, says that fifteen per cent, more corsets are sold in the w;nter than in the summer. The length of winter evenings probably accounts for the difference in the wear and tear of the corsets. ; Indeed' She Wouldn't. Chicago Herald. - Miss. Phoebe Cquzins has become so mf una te with' Miss, Elizabeth rCleve landthat "she gralir her ' shawTat any time or the day and just drops m at the white house. Miss Phoebe would not make a bad first lady of the land herself. No Use InKillinR It. Mexico Ledger. Some towns observe Sunday laws, and some d-ii't. We love to see a moral town, but don't believe in kill ing it with morality. Houeed Up. For theisst three months a great manv peopl- hive betn housed up, In cause they have not felt ab'e to withstand the stormy wintry weather that has prevailed, Rut unfortunattly the confinement &nd cl se sir of Oiodrrn Louses dm hi: the winter season, is very emrva-ing, and the system neids help to c nable all the orjpus lo do their pr p r work. If the.e organs hive ben inactive . the con equences are show ing thernselvs in he bilious cuidition of the system, or in co stipation cf the howels, or in disorders of the kid in ye, w th ad th arh?s siid pains that accompany lhee coruplnims If you are in tins conditi n from any cause oi should make a faithful t.ial of that well known ninedy, Kidney Wort. It aits t thi same tiie on the kid neys, lirer aud bowel--, aud is therefor- f-s-pciilty fi ted to correct this torpid condi liou of the astern. OF GENERAL INTEREST. J Josiah Harocr. an Otsego Count (N. Y.) farmer, hid live hundred doll lars unuer ms potato Din ana ine rau carried off all but ten dollars. rag His appeals' 3 or am, ana oecama convinced that he was to be a martyr to duty, he naturally blamed Sir Evelyn Banner for his abandonment, and said so bluntlv in his diary, but he added, ' SECOND WIND. The Philosophy of Endurance Circulation and Respiration. The reader may not be aware that in with a keen recollection oi his own lasi 1 ordinary respiration we only U3e a por Until tnenfif.h nf Tnrd M.vcnr Nnk x? t Ti t u r n ... .... . ;i x j-xt J j I ovtvU x wuum lurgmi you an your tremifcy not bemo brousrht into olav. taoe recently. noLordMavoroi Tnndnn ir.Tr: r t 1,1 1 J J h lutu lnJm hal died in the Mansion House for on3 . VST? T"? "hy the who hundred and thirty-four 3ears. It is said that in the works o Shakespeare there are more than five hundred and fifty quotations, allusions,? references and sentiments derived from tfie Scriptures. If you desire to buy a monkey or a tame bear or a Guinea-pig cheaply, do not go to an animal store, but repair to some family that has had one oi Across the Korsoko Desert camelin iV. Y. Independent. LITTLE WONDERS. FOOTLIGHT FLASHES. Items of Interest to Play Goers from Everywhere. MOORE'S OPERA HOUSE Nevada, Mo., Harry 0 Moore, Propiietoratiil Manager. Po-ulation 5,00 . Seating Capacity t00. B ir-ley Campbell sailed from Liver pool cu die 10th, f r home. Maggie Mi ch 11 and hu ba::d are at Long Branch for the summer. Fay Tnip ecu i-s-till s:: g'rg at the fenarnsh x't-rt, rsew uriians, ueiore iare aud ences. Emma Xvada it is r ported, is be tro lied to Dr. Iliymond Palmer, her bus mesa manager. Ahnz i Hatch, ihe wel known tenor, :s h m.-inber ot ford's O. er.H c niiianv, Uhrig's Cave, rft. which is playing at LouK this summer. Frederick Warde, who closed a five niglrs' ei-gipnitnt at Hehna, 31 on ami, las: nijrh!, ajpean t Eozeniau on io-mor-iow Mid Tuesday n'ghts. The A merle 11 puhlic have l.a dly re covErid fjom the living-Terry ''farewell" btfore the tun or Hi s hitntr that Mi s Ter y r 011.1 nipl-tes a starring lour here by herself. Patt', it is cat lei, Irs stored a con trail wi h Polline cf Haml ur, 10 give pe formarces in ci nnert aod opera in Europe, including fct. P tertburg and 31ostow. t 10,000 francs each. Mr. ( harks H. Collius, the new man. ager of Woods' oj: era hou e, is new at his home in Detroi', M'chican, and writes that he has already booked many first-class at tracticrs. He will oon lvave tor iNevN Yo.k. Sir Jnliu.s Ben diet, the n.ui?:cian ard -r- t- 1 t composer aica in ionaon, Jinjiino, iLe 5.b. He ctmeto this (ountry in 1850 as j-i iLis. a d cotiduc'or f r Jenny Lind. He had received many honors for nis musical abilLie-. The cur of on- rctress-smlt'en ra'n h report d. He h;d for many years been n inmate f an icsane aslum. He btc.mea furious .'over cf II stori as Mary Stuart, and immediately went daft. Of late vears the one maniac of love for the mimic qur 11 was all that ailed him. Seeii g tht Ki -tor, on her recent f reell tour, Ind he- Cjme a minai ?gea w m n, wiui Lone 01 her pers nI beauty left, the phv.-iciai decided to take his patient to ste her. 'Jh result ws asttn shingly successful, lhere was enough of the former K;stori to cju vince the man that she was the same indi dual, but he was so diEerchanted that re covery w?s a'niLSt instantaneous. SMITHTON BREVITIB3. Our merch nts wfcnt a Taylor to work on pants. Prrsnpcts for summer crops are fla't r ing and farmers re quite busy. Miss Farny Kingen returned from a pleasant trip to Warrenton, Mo. Mis Gusie Shy, oce of Stdalia's in teresting belles, is visiting in this place. W. F. King i3 home from Columbia, and will nd a few weeks with relatives and friiDiis. Mes:rs. Stfliensm & Green sbirp-'d eleven car loads of stock from this pltce Tuesday last. Lemuel Dunr, formerly of this p'ace came from Scdalii yesterday to tpend the Sunday i h friend?. Missis Fannie Kudy ardTillie Hamp ton are at endii g tommmcement exercises at Warrersburg this week. The Smith'on RuraPs were to chss bats with the Syracuse Grey's ye te'dav, but the latter failed to put in an appear ance. We regret to announce that the firm f Shelken & Whithe, two of our most enter prising merchants, expect to retire from business. Our congenial friend Mr. George Rudy, has purchastd a mw buggy and ttam, and it is rumored that a young lady who hes recently returned from col'ege is the cause of it all. bast: ball. On Thursday, June 11, an interesting game of ball was played between the timithton and Tipton club3 on the grounds of the latter. Great interest was manifested on bo:h sidef, the Reds of Tipton, having defeat the Bonceton and Boonville boys, and the Smi'.hlonites putting gre.it confidence in thir pitcher. The game was called at 1:30 p. m., and. played in i hour and 30 minut resulting in a victory for Smithton by a score of 9 to 5V The home-pitcher was batted .freelyt while Norton, of the visiting nine, 'was bat ted for only ten hits. The Smithton boys are jubilant over' their succes?, and think they tan interest any rural team in 'Cen tral Missouri. - Shadow. What the Inrenuiiy of Maa Ae pUahed In the Way of Esenasilzlas Sjac. Mynnecidcs, one of the ancients, after many years of toil, made ont of ivory a little chariot with fonr wheels these creatures for thirty days. Car- , " ni L w V T,1 6 rCni j j ,50 small that bumblebee could com- Sir Justin Avlmer, the heir to an. plctely hide it with one of her wings, ancient English baronetcy, having a ' At another time he made, also out of rent-roll of thirty-live thousand dollars ivory, a miniature ship with all its a year, young" haudsome and en- ' ropes and rigging, likewise so small jraged, fell from a bicycle the other tUa6 a bee couId hide the little vessel uav ana oroKe nis necK. 1 w - Amonr beneath its wins:. In the twentieth vear of the reigni of the best dances of to- dnv nrr -mnnv nf rlio r?ilifrhta ni the ball-room of one humlrcd years Queen Elizabeth of England, a sturdy ago: "Boston's Delight," "Tea blacksmith, by the name of Mark Straw," "Stony Point," 4Havmak- ; Scalist, who lived in London, mann ing," "Innocent Maid" and T11 Bq ; factured a padlock of iron, steel and Married in My Old Clothes." lioslon Journal. all of which only weighed one irrain. A London journal tells this storv l s made a chain ot" ?old of forty of Mr. Spttrgeon, who latelv visitwl , liVC, Vnks whieh filste,ied to the lock San Kcmo. On one occasion, when he j aml aml In,fc Ifc around the neck of Wits crossing the Italian frontier, the a 1Iea' which drew the whole with per rcdoubtable preacher was ordered by fect ease- ho chain, key. lock and the douamcrs to give up to them cer- , llea al1 together weighed one grain and tain fruit which he was carrving. j & i.a": into Thereupon he retired three paces tho rrench territory and ate it, Thirty-two per cent, of the con- I scripts enrolled in the Russian armv during the past six years were married, showing that a large portion of Rus sian marriages are carry ones. The husbands arc compelled to spend five years in the army, during which time their wives and children not infre auontlv become burdens unon the state. 1 The census of 1S.30 gave Texas1 a 1 population of one million live hundred j and ninety-seven thousand six hundred , and eighteen. Governor Ireland, of X r " T A. 1 1 - W m Junius reiaies unac ac luecnnn, in Brabant, he saw a cherry stone cut in to the form of a basket, in wh:ch were fourteen pair of dice, the spots and numbers on each being easily discerned with the naked eye Turriana. of whose wonderful skill so many tales have been told, is said to have manufactured an iron mill so minute, in size that a monk could carry it in his sleeve, yet the mill was power ful enough to grind sufficient grain in a day to furnish food for eight men. St.$ll more wonderful was a set of six hundred dishes which were all perfect I n oenri' Tinrf "irul t-lT.t -.-wild nn.--il - that state, now places it at two million be enclosed in a peppercorn, a fnvt of seven hundred and iifty thousand. If the pepper.e.1 Vhese were manu correct, this would indicate an in crcaso factured bv an artist named Oswaldus ot about seventy-live percent, m four. x0rthmrenu?. in thft timn nfl years, an increase unequaled by any of the old States. An adjustable mirror has been patented by an inhabitant of Charles town, Mass. This invention covers tho use of a specially contrived frame for holding the mirror, and in which the the mii; too rope is said to himself counted the diminutive ments with the aid of a pair of tacles. In 17G4, upon the birthdav of have frag-spec- Kins George the Third of England, Mr. Ar- 1 nold. a watchmaker of London, waited mirror can be readily adjusted and ; Up0n the King and presented him with held in anv desired position, for use of; a curious repeating watch which he either tall or short people, or for chil- I had constructed. His Maiestv. as well dren sitting on the floor, so that mir- as the rest of the roval familv'to whom Mr. Arnold was introduced, expressed their utmost admiration of the work. Extraordinary as it may be thought, it rors of medium size may be made more useful than-large mirrors as ordinarily hung. Boston Post. Italian antiquarians have dis covered false teeth in a skull which has been excavated in an ancient Etruscan is known that this repeating watch was somewhat less than a silver dime in diameter, and contained one hundred Cemetery, with many other curiosities, ! and twenty distinct parts. Altogether at present safely stowed away at the J it weighed live pennyweights, seven Museum of Antiquities at Corneto, in ! grains and three fourths. This was Tuscany. The sepulchre out of which j considered at the time as the sublimity experts, from the tifth or sixth century B. C.f and the false teeth are nothing bnt animal teeth attached to the human teeth by means of small gold plates. It is said that the transposition oi one word was the foundation of Daniel Clark's irrcat fortune. lie had bousht of littleness. In penmanship the productions ot this class have been very numerous. In the reign of Queen Elizabeth 4there was a man who wrote the Ten Com mandments, the Creed, the Paternoster, and name of the Queen, and the yeax of our Lord, within the compass, .or on 1,920 square toises of land in that part ! small a surface as a penny; and gave ner majesty a parr 01 spectacles 01 sutrn an artificial making that by the help thereof she did plainly and distinctly !discern every letter." This feat was 'equaled some years since by an en graver of London named Daires, who .wrote the Lord's Prayer, the Creed of the English Church, the Ten Com mandments, and his own name in the space occupied by half a dime. A gen tleman now living in Liverpool has written the poem "Mount Pleasant" in a space three by two inches. He also wrote Goldsmith's poem of the "Trav eler," of four hundred and thirty-eight lines, in a square of three and one-half inches, and his greatest feat was the writing of the Lord's Prayer in a circle three six teenths of an inch in diameter, which may be distinctly read with a magnify ing jflass. It is yery common to see the Lord's Prayer written or engraved on the space of a two-cent piece or a silver dime, but the specimen just men tioned is the smallest writing of the Lord's Prayer ever known to exist. In the year 1816 a knife was made at Manchester, England, which contained seventeen articles; three blades, a but ton hook, saw, punch and screw driver, box, corkscrew, hook and gim let, two phlemes, picker, tweezer and two lancets, with a ring at the head of the knife. The entire knife was only eleven sixteenths of an inch long, and weighed one pennyweight and fourteen grains. Will M. Clemens, in Wide Awake. of New Orleans that afterward became its commercial center. In the engross ing of the deed the "1,920 square toises1' was carelessly made to read 1,92G toises square," and increased the value of $10,000 to S20.000.000. Mr. Clark took advantage of the error, and the law of New Orleans was powerless to prevent him. N. Y. Tribune. A complete collection of the native woods of the United States is be:n prepared for the New York Museum oi Natural History. It will comprisq thirty-six varieties of oak, thirty-four of pine, nine of fir, five of spruce, four of hemlock, twelve of ash, three of hickory, eighteen of willow, three of cherry, nine of poplar, four of maple, two of persimmon and three of cedar. Each specimen will display both lonpi tudinal and transverse grainings of the. wood, as well as the lo in its natural condition, with the bark attached. N. Y. Mail. "See here." said a citizen of SL Louis to the proprietor of a book store, "you 11 have to take the book back. I asked you to give me a volume of poetry to put on the narlor table, but every durned word in this book is straight prose." "Why, man alive, that was written by Shakespeare." "X don't care who writ it, its prose; Fv looked it all through. For instance, nero s a specimen: "How silver swoet sound lovers tongues bj nlpht. Like softest music to attendin' ears." "Do you call that poetry, rhymin1 ears with night? You can take it back. I don't want it." y. Y. Times. When tke late Chief Justice Chase, chose to unbend himself he could bq witty as well as wise. At a social gath ering at his house during the war, th subject of taxation having been mooted, a distinguished naval officer present said that he had paid all his taxes ex cept the income tax. "I have a little property," sard he, "which brings ma in a yearly rental, but the tax-gatherers have not spotted ii I do not know whether I ought to let it go that way or not. What would yon do if you wero in my case, Mr. uhasef" Xner wai .a merry twinkle in th eyes of Sec retary Chase, as he answered archly: I tkink it is the duty 01 every man to live unspotted as long as he can. 'HtiUdtipMm lUcoriL Poor Gordon could not help takhsft m naiaUr bamorons view of thinei. term in the dark days at Khartoum. Whta h fon&d that Mr. Gladstone's j GoTirninect wtrsistMdlxrexard 1 - A correspondent of the .Belfast (Me.) Journal sav3 that there is only one town in that State which does more knitting than tho village of Pe- nobscot, Waldo County, which for a half a century has bad an enviable reputation as headquarters for knitting work. But the fondly remembered knitting needle of the grand-mother is a thing of the past Machinery ha crowded it ont of the chimney corner. Oat woman in Penobscot County runs twenty machines and emplovs twenty knitters, of whom Miss Mana Bridges is the champion knitter of Ajpenca, having knit in five days seveaty-fiva pairs of mitts. Gasoline Stoves. If your stove is cut of repnir, don't for get that I make it a speci lty, and if no h Id .about :lhe s'ove is biok n orit don't pneed repacking, no ch-rge to tbrse who buy .gasoline of me. , : J.K. Allison, 6 ldlmi 804 ?nd S05 East Third. arg not "in training," and who try to run for any distance, soon begin to gasp, and unless they are courageous enough to persevere in spite of the chokino sensation, are forced to stop. But il they will persevere, the choking goes off, and the result i3 what is technically known as "second wind." When thq second wind is fully established, th runner doe3 not become out of breath, but goes on running as long as his legs will carry him. I Know this by experi ence, having been accustomed for soma ycara to run three miles every morn ing over a very hilly road. The fact is, that on starting, the fartherest portions tof the lungs are choked with effete air, and the remainder do not supply aij enough to meet the increased cireula ion caused by exercise. By degrees, however, the neglected cells come into play, and when the entire lung is in working order the circulation and res piration again balance each other, and the "second wind" i3 the result. Now, let the reader repeat his experiment of holding his breath against time, but first let him force out of his lungs every particle of air that he can expel, and then draw as deep a breath as his lungs will hold. If this be repeated some, seventy or eighty times, by way of im itation of the whale, the experimenter; will lind that he can hold his breathj for a minute and a half without incon venience. Should he be a swimmer, he should always take this precaution before "taking a header," and ho will find that he can swim for a consider able distance before he needs to ris for breath. Loneman's Magazine- Cautious Car Horses. "Durn them horses," exclaimed the driver of a Fifth street car, who had just crossed the tracks of the Reading Railroad at Willow street last night. "Durn those horses," he repeated, whacking one of them with the wrong end of his whip and basting the other with his cap. "I hold," he said to the conductor, who had joined him to see what was the matter, "that a horse has no right to be intelligent. Now these critters arc as brainy as I am myself. They won't go over the railroad tracks until they see that the conductor has gone ahead to make sure there is no danger from an approaching train. They shy every time, and if their blinkers are so arranged that they can't see the con ductor inspect the line, there they'll stick, and won't budge until they are satisfied all is safe." "It's true," the conductor declared afterwards, "although it sounds like a Western lie. Ever since that accident on American street, that killed two horses and several passengers, the ani mals have been extra carerul, though," he added, thoughtfully, "I don't know how they ever heard of it." It is on Sundays that the conductors are most likely to be reminded of their duty by the car horse3. On that day fewer trains are run and the men ara less careful. Philadelphia Press. Several thousand houses, ranging in size from eight to twenty rooms and provided with every modern con venience, are to be built in Philadel phia, bes'des a number of French flats, several large and costly churches, and half a dozen or more puhlic institu tions. Philadelphia Press. It is astonishing how fast the reputa tion ( f a good article will travel. Note tin Hicctss of the Richrx-ond Straight Cut Cigarettes. MOTHERS. If you are failing; broken, outworn and nervous, use ''Well's Health Renewer." rl. Druggists. TRUSTEE'S SAIE. Wherf as, Jame3 M. Offie d ai.d Alice K, his wife, b their certain d-ed. oi trus'. d-tdthe21 day of October, 1S84. ard tconfel in t'e n corder office of Pettis county, at Trust auti Mortgage Record No. 3S, pige 141, conveyed to the unnJersigced JV.mei C. Thompson, all his right, title and estate, in and t the following described rel tsUte si uated in t'te couny of Pettis, s'a'e of M:s uri, viz: The tou'h half of the southwest quarter of section tbirtten (13), the southwtst quarter of the southeast quarter ot section thi tein (13), the north-a-t quarter of the southeast quarter cf ecton twenty-thrre (23), the avcsi half of t e northeast quarter of section twenty -four (24), the eat half of the rorthwes quarter fsctioa twenty-four (24), and ten acre3 offoi "he north side of the northeast quar ter of th Ktuthwest qua:ter, and one (1) acre on the northwest corner of the north west quarter of the coutheaBt quarter of 8 ction twenty-four (24), all in township forty-seven (47) and range twenty-time (23), and the northwet quarter of the rorheast qurte of section twenty-five (25;, in township fo.-y-seven (47) and raig$ twenty-tbree (23), r ntainwg in all 371 acre', which said conveyance was made in trust to secure the payment of a certain promissory note in said deed described, and whereas said noe has become due and is unpaid, now therefore, in accordance with the provis'ons of said deed of trust, and at the request of the legal holder of ?aid note, I shall proceed to sell the above described real estate, at the court house door in the city of Sedalia, in the countv of Pettis, st te aforesaid, to the, highest bidder f r cash, at pub'ic auction, on WEDNESDAY THE 8Tii DAY OF JULY, 1885. b tween the hours of nine m the forenoon and five in the afternoon of that day, to sat isfy snd note, together with the cost and ? expense 01 executing me same. , James C. Thompson, 6-16w4t. v . Trustee. v Dated this 12th dy of June, I880..