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rjtUfi SKDAMA WEEKLY HA&OO, JANUARY 7, 1890.
' Mi err? urrtDi r nc MV OWN. V There once used to be ; At the foot of a tree. "Where moss grew across and the violets vrera blue, A "wee world of my own, TVfcare I Blamed all alone. Ut smalL natod flneers all dabbled with dew A graen little world, ; Where the tansv uncurled, weeds droDDed their seeds in the palm ol my hund, And the snail in his castle VTas mr humble vassal A crickftts in eaves I was heir to the land. I would creep Soft asleep To that wee world of mine, Breathing low, Hoping so, I mieht now fairy-fine, U kLEAl ill V II III J IltVa UU4. UlUbUWt I hoped to grow smaller As others grow taller. brew draughts of dew in a brown acorn-cup, And sit in the shade That the white pebble made, The weeds have outgrown me, The crickets disown me, mm iiiHii 1 1 1 1 l tm i d :l l i nirvri n 1 1 r. la iiuiu w And it falls out to-day, In my big stupid way, aitVUUUUlUlU 10 UUU i'Wiu .. u-u. heir to. Helen Thayer Hutcheson. in St Nicholas. MUSICAL ELOPEMENT. othfir TnstaTifio in Which TjOVG Laughed at Locksmiths. Well, yes, Uncle Shefilin seems to -t m: fx i i avft lair, mft mil. " sain I'mil rrnp.n. alii a. turuy ui uii. biiuumur. uui jl i. j , t , i -T" . r A, mr w-i ! l ll ll l IMll I ill l ill: ill l-.tirll 1. r 1 I I I nave pupns, ana pernaps alter awnne 1 1 "1 mi ! shall get one of my comic operas n.vftd. mirl so wp. shall Iivp. T nnrl ertrude." Vnii o rr? T3a4-mi n f vriT"ko 4 nrl "T c? ( ilTTI T 1 "FT. n "I t Tin. "wnv rnni ith pn rnn nmrr - A T. t T" 1 111 J 1 t T t " he poor. , You told me that your nift Rain T.nnii vnii n n m ihva xn - i i ii . v when he died, and it was a mean ' mr i-ffirrrnnfi is a. mvi t.o nnvn cj era ana oners. .na n;is nan r,nfim. "It was no trick, Mrs. Brand," said n . "i riPMAVA it. i sropai it: isiit. my uncle chose to change his a " 'Very well, that changes every lg," said Mrs. Brand, "and instead u, uuu xi y sa vuuia uuu ctii, my . S IH T . I j 1 A on a top flat, with her wash- to do." 0h, I will make Gertrude comfort- i ii :jj t -i j t i j.1 ?n 1 i i J I 1 T A T - J X ' - - - all filiOT) sain1 Mrs. Brand. ""N"n That must he for Gertrude to de- my .friend, I love'd you for your MI'.I-MMI 1 I II I VV I IIVK Villi nil iJUU VJIuL Ul UUU IYXXJ. XI C V CI CiXV ClUV "r j a T n a thinff,15 said a voice at the A .! LI JLJL T X . W V K Z L1I.1. 111! . Ill III! m V O i a t i . x ftvpn xnR n n frpni pmnn wniim 1 iV , 11 ..! -1- tj yvu uue iiiuiie', tu .eit outs iruon, when I saw the influence that i j i idut oi a mesmeric doctor nan ri ii i in t vii i i-f i in:, i. i.nu n f utmt has. I was not waiting- for dead m rf till v -r r.i i ;i i im -"r-r Jl T ll. 1 Lr w a i iil fcr ix u i jiiii !kluch vou know," said Mrs. Brand. d as vnn aiA mv da no-htpr vpt. nnrl is my house, I order you to go up- w i j j rs. it's no dislike to vou. l'aul. ' m ' added, hreaking down: "it's mv to Gertrude I'm thinking oE 'rft a. jrnnn vonno- mnn" hprp. shp j o jl r j j m j ried next Monday, as you intended I don't helieve any hody ever e a fortune playing music and it's iorever. 1. o, it is not," said dertrude. this instant she saw her he- en. who nan ro.t,irftn hp.hinri hp.r p.r. make a little sifm Tt. ras he thought it "best to say no more at that moment. suppose," he said, "that I may Gertrude good-bye?" es. in my presence." said jiirs. d. "Yotme neoDle. I do this for own good.. You would not love other if you had to go about New "begging you with a fiddle and r i ii uoriruae wun twins ana a S XT 1 i j 1 a towould, I have no doubt and a 1 i - 1 n -i -i . roveuuuu ui vrueity tu v-miuren take them away and put you in 1 Tj 1 fJ j -i xeu me ana tne poorer tou are nr nr T,nftm von navA! ir. is a - v so. Uh, raul, rm .wretched, but 't help it" ell, gpbd-by," said raul rraed, W. "Gk)od-bve Mrs. Brand! ere is to be no wcddinsr on Mon- her and go." said Mrs. Brand, c t the air of Ladv Macbeth. . KrkW C?1 Paul T ic Vt-. T i li n " . - jviiiir- iiijusi-! is viiiir i : unn. h,it nanus. nnw iTflrrrnnp. held out his arms to her; she herself into them, and ai.she did I III III' HIIII I. I I I II J I I I .1 11 n . - 9 Lt - T J I T - T n ji 1 1 ii rc ii w ii i in ii i . rii rr. i.iiiik ii v kai m. nw mppw &-. -. II IIMIKMII H,1. III. I Ii VV X. 1 I I.I. I M note-book, lit which ne naa recoraea his business engagements; one leaf was doubled down and on this was written in Paul's hand: "Gertrude, my fairy" Fairy was Paul's pet name for his tiny little be trothed "Gertrude, we shall be mar ried on Monday morning, and I will guarantee you the supper, the dance and the mother's blessing besides. My futire mother-in-law has a bark very much worse than her bite." Then followed something which Gertrude read with emotions of min gled terror and amazement, after which she concealed the book careful ly in her bosom. Poor Mrs. Brand who had fallen into a very fury of rage when she discov ered that her future son-in-law was not his uncle's heir, was now repent ing, as she usually did, at leisure. "Of course Gertrude can not marry apoor man," said she, "But I might have been nicer; I was horrid" Then Mrs. Brand wept profusely and called Gertrude to come to her. "It's for your own good, child," she declared, "all for your own good" "How would you have liked it your self, mother?" was all that Gertrude would say. "Now I must lie down, and I shall take to my bed, I think, for what is the world to me now ?" "Ah, some of these days you'll re- ; pent all this," said Mrs. Brand, but Miss Gertrude returned to her bed room. Shortly after came a knock at the door, and opening it, Mrs. Brand saw without a couple of stout men who lugged between them a bass-viol case. "Dis is vero de wedding is to be Mondaj'?" asked one of them. "No," said Mrs. Brand. "That is all over." "So?" replied the spokesman. "Veil, I must leave it here a little while anyway. I comes for it bretty soon aready," and with that he followed his companion, who had already van ished. "The impudence!" said Mr. Brand. But she could do nothing but submit. There the great bass-viol case stood "like a ghost," as she said, "staring at her" (Mrs. Brand's descriptions were very curious at times) until the long Monday had passed Meanwhile, Gertrude was shut up in her room and refused to come out. Evening came; Mrs. Brand began to feel desperate. She had no one to ad vise with, and she bethought herself of an old crony who resided in the same house. At least she would "weep with her tear for tear." Carefully locking her doors, so that there was no possibility of Gertrude's escape, Mrs. Brand accordingly pro ceeded to the rooms occupied by Mrs. Finch. But that lady was out, so the little card upon her door declared, and Mrs. Brand hurried home again. She had only descended one flight of stairs, and her eye had never left the only eg ress from her own suite of apartments. As she unlocked her door she heard feet ascending the stairs, and turning, saw the Germans who had brought the bass-viol to her room. "Goot evenin'," said the older, larger and most talkative of the two. "Here ve are again, ve come to take de instrument. I vish I come to play mit dot veddings. " "I wish you did, Tm sure," groaned poor Mrs. Brand. "Veil, if I vas not a married man mid den childrens already, I vould brobose, und if you said yes, ve vould have dot veddings," said the stout man. "I never heard such impudence!" said Mrs. Brand. "There's your great Jumbo fiddle, do take it away " "Yes, t e dakes it," said the Ger man. "Careful, Hans, careful. Good bye, lady. Go" lightly, Hans, knock it not mid de door." And so they vanished. Mrs. Brand turned the key upon them and went to the bedroom door. "Gertrude," she cried, but the girl made no answer. Thankless child," said Mrs. Brand. She sat down by the fire in her little parlor, apd began to wish that she had not been so mercenary. And so the time passed on until nine o'clock, and still Gertrude gave no signs of being alive. "The girl intends to keep me out of the room," she said to herself. Then she put her Tcnee against the door and shook it violently and it opened it had been unlocked. Gertrude, with the quilts drawn over her head, lay in her little bed. The mother did not disturb her. She went toward her own and turned the quilts down, and had just began to rush her hair, when a loud rapping came upon the outer door. "Who is there?" asked Mrs. Brand, from the inside. "Open!" said an authoritative voice. "Is it fire?" cried Mrs. Brand, turn ing the key. As she did so in rushed a waiter with a large box, followed by other waiters with other boxes. "The wedding-supper, madam," said the leader. . f. . "The table," said some one follow ing them. ' Mrs. Brand fell into a chair, Siid watched them as they placed the long hoards upon the usual supports, and covered it with fine damask, and set dishes upon it that were tempting to the eye, , and placed in the center a sugar castle, and piled nuts and fruits in lovely pyramids. She had tried at first to remonstrate, but the clatter of the dishes drowned her voice; and who were these coming up-stairs, laughing and jesting as they came? All the guests who were to have come to the wedding were there, and many more. And there she sat and stared at them, and thoy laughed the more. Ah, how could she explain? And did Gertrude hear all this? How would it affect her? "I regret to say that my daughtei is unwell, and has gone to bed," she gasped, to one who shook her hands in friendly fashion, and the lady an swered: "Let us go to her at once," and whisked the mother into the bedroom. "Is she ill?" she asked, "really ill?" Then she turned down the sheet, and behold! there appeared only the bolster in Gertrude's nightgown. The mother shrieked "A sad transformation," said the friend. Then from the other room came peals of laughter. Mrs. Brand was whisked back again. The stout Germans were bringing back the bass-viol. They set it in a corner, they opened the lid, ancl out of it flew the bride, all in white, who, laughing and crying, threw herself in to Mrs. Brand's arms. "I'm married, mother dear," she said. "They carried me away in this case, and you've got to make the best of it," "Of course you have," cried Paul Pracd, appearing at this instant from behind the others, and embracing his wife and mother-in-law at the same moment. Then back to the bedroom again, and out with fawn-colored silk, and all the proper costume of the bride's mother, and back to the head of the table.' And then it suddenly occurred to Mrs. Brand that she was once more happy, that all that had happened was like a bad dream, and that, poor as he might be, she was glad that Gertrude had married Paul Praed. How they feasted that night! How they sung! How they danced! And as for the end of the evening, that was like a fairy tale, for who should come to the door but a messenger boy with a telegram for Paul, which, when ho had read to himself, he read aloud, and it was as follows: To Paul Pracd: Hurrah! ancle's will dis covered; Dr. confesses; sixty thousand yours. Come at once. Boss & CO." "Hurrah!" cried every body. "And after all you have a sixty thousand-dollar son-in-law, mamma," said Gertrude. "And we shall not live in Avenue A." Family Story Paper. EXERCISE FOR COWS- A Question Requiring Careful Considera tion Itcfore Being Decided. Who can tell how much leg exercise cows in milk need to keep in perfect health? If the calf is allowed to run in the pastures until arriving at the age of maturity, say two years old, and then put in the stable and kept there for life would the breed or herd gradually deter.orate and become ex tinct by the loss of legs, for want of use, under the Darwinian theory? The Jerseys have been treated very much in this way for a few hundred years, without any sign of leg failure, while the Holland cattle, in many instances, so the writers toll us, are kept in whole herds confined to the stable the year round, and they still have strong looking legs. Any one who has looked upon a herd of imported cattle, either Holstein or Jersey, that hav been weeks on ship board, and months in quarantine and then in a sales stable, knows how contented and happy-looking they are. In fact they never look so well again after being allowed to run in pastures. Their udders, under such adverse confinement always stand out full of milk, while the jaws of the cow have all they can do to satisfy an appetite that frightens the man who has to foot the bill. There are thousands of herds in this country that stand in the stable from six to twelve months, that should afford object lessons to convince any reason able man as the effect of such confine ment on cows, and yet no one seems able to do more than theorize against the practice; no one has yet told us of a complaint or disease peculiar to such cows. If such confinement really has a tendency to injure cows, it should affect them all in some peculiar manner that would be notice able, even to the most careless observer, much less to the skilled expert, who keeps writing about the injury that would certainly come to the horse or man that was confined in & similar manner. There is a vast dif ference between the natures of cows and race horses, and it is a poor physiognomist who can see no differ ence between the adaptability of the various species of the animal kingdom. The canary bird can live and thrive under a confinement that would kill an eagle. The benefits are too great to he derived from confining cows to be surrendered at the protests of senti mentalists, until they can show some solid grounds for their complaints. American Dairyman. There are few brass hands that can play as many airs as the drum major puts on. j PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL. President Harrison received a let ter a few days ago in which he was urged to learn to play lawn tennis. The writer said that the exercise de- rived would fully atone for the dignity sacrificed. A Delaware County man ha3 a great aversion to advertising, and as a result he has had property unten anted for some time. He even refuses to put the conventional "to let" notice on his houses. The portrait of Carter Braxton is the only one missing of the signers of the Declaration of Independence in In dependence Hall. It has long been thought that no portrait existed, but in a book soon to be published there will be a photograph of him taken from a miniature in the possession df an Ohio lady. J'here are seven ex-Speakers of the National House of Representatives living. They are: Robert C Win throp, Nathaniel P. Banks, Gaiusha A. Grow, James G. Blaine, Samuel J. Randall, J. "Warren Keifer and John G. Carlisle. There is a bootblack in the New York City Hall who is quite a curiosi ty. He has one arm off below the elbow and wears a wooden limb strapped tightly to the stump. To this wooden arm is fastened a brush, and he usps it as ardently as the one held in the hand ho has remaining. The death of Laura Bridgman re calls my first interview with her some years a.go. She knew my brother, and when I was introduced to her she asked permission to get acquainted by touching my face. This I readily granled. and her little hand went quickly and deftly over face and head, even touching my shoulders to get an idea of my size. In an instant she said in deaf-mute signs: "Does not look like her brother." Boston Cor. Worcester Spy. Carlos Montezuma, a full-blooded Apache, whose Indian name was Was-sa-jab, was captured as a lad by Pimas, in 1S70, and two years later was sold by them to a photographer, who took Montezuma to Chicago and adopted him. Since that time he has lived in the Lake City and continuously at tended schools and colleges until last month, when ho graduated from a medical college, and the degree of bachelor of science was conferred on him. He is now a practicing physi cian. On centennial day he delivered the oration in one of the leading edu cational institutions in Chicago. A young actor, aged twenty.named Norman Cooks, wrote this letter to his sister before committing suicide by shooting himself: "Dear Het: I have jTOne nO. that ic vory IrxoH I am going to that bourne whence no traveler returneth, and have just taken my last cup of tea with a hitter zest I have colored the town to such a de gree that there is now no paint left in the locker. So I commend myself to Davy Jones. You will not remember my good qualities, for I never had any and my bad ones I will ask you to for get With much love, I am your about-to-be-kilt-en tirely Norman." "A LITTLE NONSENSE." Bobby, knowing whereof he speaks, calls the three feet of trunk strap hanging behind the kitchen door his father's -tan yard. Binghamton Republican. Tenaweek "Sir, I wish to marry your daughter." Gruff father "My daughter, young man, will continue under the parental roof." Tenaweek "No objection will be raised to that, sir." Cause and Effect "What's the matter?" the school-mistress asked. "Back's sore, ma'am." "What made it sore?" "Pop pounded his thumb with the hatchet this mornin', and I laughed." Epoch. If all the telephone wires in this country were stretched in a continuous line they would reach seven times around the earth and some day the telephone company will fix them that way with a convenient handle for carrying attached. Terre Haute Ex press. The remains of a Dakota desperado who died a few years ago were ex humed last week by relatives from the East and found to have turned to stone. It was then remembered that for sev eral months prior to his decease he had complained of feeling rocky. Chicago Tribune. "Every male child in the land," says an exchange, "stands a chance of becoming President" Exactly. And it is true that every male child born stands a chance of becoming a base ball pitehsr or First Assistant Post-mastcr-GeneraL This is a great coun try. Minneapolis Tribune. Butler "The florist's bill, ma'am." Mrs. de Short "Tell him Pm not at home, Parker." Butler "I did, ma'am." Mrs. de Short "What did he say?" Butler "He said I was a liar, ma'am. He smelt the hybrid rose in your hair, ma'am, an' he says it's th' only one in th' city." Judge. First Poet "Ah, Arthur, glad to see you again. Still turning out son nets for the magazines?" Arthur (sadly) "No, Charley, not now. After sticking to that until I had to change my boarding house nine times I took to peddling clams. Almost everybody respects me now." Phila OAs IK fm)M usmi W lw iicordin! it fllRECTIDNI witfj ltd FOR BURKS i SCALDS. Baby Banted. Awtad, Minn., Sept. 9, IMS. Our fcaby li vexrs old burned her hand n & hot atoTC ana vra pat St. Jacobs Oil en it. It took the pain all oat, at once ; after patting It on 2 or S timec it ira all cured up. C. P. 8TAVJS andVamll. At DxT70irro axd Dsaltml THE CHARLES A. YOCELER CO., laKiAVft. Hi. Missouri Trnst Co. Antliorizei Cajital Capital Baiinp in Casl $500 000.01 $200 000.01 DEALERS IS INVESTMENT SECURITIES SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. 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Judicious Medication and Skill will Care NERVOUS ?SSIZf Df-DII I W LACK OF ENERGY, l&DlLf I 1 PHYSICAL DECAY. Arising from Indiscretion. Excess or Indulgence producing NcrvoujneM, Debility, Dimnes of Sight, Self Distrust, DefeO lYe Mernnrr. ritupui oa race, .wcrston 10 ocieif. ioss. oc As-bitloo.Ln-itco to Marry, PyspepMa.Stunted Development ' Lost Manhood, I'alui iu -Kick, Night L3..M. etc. Relief at -oncf.all e".-!aTHtinr drains .'opped, weak parts strensthHe4 tnd enlarged. My method of Treatment Is Scientific. Safe, Sere, Iwtinsf foe life: it builds up the N'erres, Strengthens th Srstem, Restores Vigor. My Faeces 3s based on facts. Life long Experience. Special Study of each case; pure Uedieineq CipeciiSly prepared there. or, insure a Real Cure. Send for Question last No. l.free. B LOOt? & ski n; ATectln? the Body, Krsc. Throat. -Siln and Rones, Blotches, jTcpoos pafhes In month, Eruptions, Rheumatism. Kalling Ka;r. Acne. Kczema. Otd Sores. Ll?rr. 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COSST1TU TIOXALOK ACQUIRED WEAKNESSES OP BOTH SEXK3 treats successfully ; also PILES. A friendly talk costs nothing. Call oa or address 30- "VV lift I '-L1'-!.' J BJEt-y 617 St. Charles Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. Health is Wealth! DR. E. C. WEST'S NERVE A3SD BRAIB TREATMEM a guaranteed specific forHysteri, Dizztaess, Conyulsions, Fits, Kerrous Neuralgia Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by the um, cf alcohol or tobacco. Wakefulness, Mental D pression Softening of the Brain resulting in insaa ity and leading to misery, decay and death, Pre mature Old Age, Barrenness, Loss and SperHsat orrhoea caused bv over-exertion oi the brain, setf abuse or over indulgence. Each box contains om month's treatment. $1.00 a box, or six boxss la $5 00, sent by mail prepaid on reeeipt of price. WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES To cure any case. With each order received by for six boxes, accompanied with S5.00, we wiH 11 k.u.T. ..-. . MB2V. fWIAMM.AA - fend the money if the treatment does not effect cure. GuaranW-.isaued only by Otis W. Smith.,, Druggist, 912 Eaat.Thiid St. Sedalia Mo. CHICHHSi t.K'S ENGLISH PENNYROYAL PILLS RED CHOSS DIAMOND BRAND. Safe as alvsja rttiahie. Ladles, A xst Dngst for ZHanoitd Braid, to. S red, metallic box-, tealed vitb blae rWV rib boa. Take ae ether. VP. plUs gj la pa-teboard boxss, pink tmprers, an VSr daai(trBa eeusterFeita. SEd4f. v ftamri) for rartimlari. tMtla6atal aa "Kllcf for J-adle," ta Ur, by trw mall. Same Papr. Uris-mtcr Oi'l Co., XtMB TUlfeAP W. D. STEELE, ATTORNEY AT LAW,. SEDALIA,. MISSOUKL am v . KHBL LS-fll n ffdJKvv BSil!rz5 H a tfSjfJ 1 jj2-!lMr!HlHHH