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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, APRIL 18, 1893.
THE MARRYING 'SQUIRE. MEUtrmto for Thirteen Yr;,ra and Haa Mcrrird 6,500 OiiIcs. Squire Eplirium Keigwin or JcfTer sonville, is catering upon the four teenth year of bis service in the magistracy, rays a letter from Louis ville to the New York .un. In one respect ho is the most remarkablo citizen the town can boast. The squhe is not famous for his judicial -decisions. Few litigants bring their claims before him for adjudication, but he marries more runaway lovers, probably, than a"ny other man in America. Ho claims, and ofTers to prove it by a well-kept tet cf books, that ho has tied the nuptial knot for 6,500 pairs since he became a justico of the peaoo. He is known all over Kentucky and Indiana as the "Marry ing Squiro," and business has always thrived with him. He was born at Jcffersonville. and began business life as a druggist. Then he kept a small Ptoro, but when his few customers abandoned him ho abandoned tho city and took up life on a farm. While living in tho coun try he married twice, and perhaps it was his own experience that suggested to him his future course of action. IVom whatfivnr pnnrui i ii?ni am. it -hs an inspiration. Ho was easily elecw. to office, and from the time hebecauama!istrathndnt,rmin...i to turn ,. Vatt-nntinn n nio,.;nn ,iA. w. X j, , . ... oiujjcrs. no i -cceeuea wonaeriuuy. Two out of every .hree runaway pairs that take advantage of the lax Indiana matrimonial laws have had tho knot tied by the squire. When other magistrates saw what a fine business Squire Keigwin was building up they tried to take it away, but without success. He hit upon the happy expedient of rewarding the driver if the elopers came to him in a carnage, ana me guide it some one showed them the way. At first, in deed, the little squire used to go down to the ferries, spot the lovers as they came up tho wharf, and offer them his services before they had iairiy made up their minds how to find the way. He did not keep this up long, however, for he argued, with a becoming sense of the proprieties, that this was too undignified for a magistrate. Besides, it might spoil future custom. He made friends wnu every man upon me lorries, and was sure of a good word from them whenever inquiry was made or other opportunity presented. The county clerk was also high in his favor, and every newsboy or bootblack knew that a favor to Squire Keigwin would be repaid. No wonder he prospered at his strange calling. Experience soon taught the squire all about the tricks of the trade. At a glance he can "size up" a pair and estimate the fee that ho will receive. This last consideration is an impor tant one, for it determines what kind of ceremony ho wilt employ. Ono form is severely simple and so brief that half the time the people do not know that they are married until the squire tells them. He uses this cere mony upon greenhorns and poverty stricken lovers. The other is lengthy aid elaborate, garnished with poeti cal quotations and scriptural texts, frequently interlarded with scraps of magisterial moralizing.and concluded with sage bits of advice. Sometimes he makes a mistake. "Upon one occasion," said tho Squire, "a nicely dressed couple came into my office on matrimony bent. I was a little, short that day and I set it down as a $25 fee. The license was procured, and I performed my most impressive ceremony 1 spread my self, not forgetting to ring in a verse of beautiful poetry and to compliment the bride upon her loveliness. It was a perfect gem in the ceremony line, and would have done credit to Washington Irving. Well. I got fifty cents for the job. I wouldn't marry either of those people again for love or money. "Marrying is not a matter of senti ment with me. but business, and I am satisfied when I get a liberal fee. Not a day passes but I marry people from Kentucky. They know me in every section of the state, and when I marry a couple from one county they are sure to recOKtmcnd me to their friends, and I get to tie another knot or two in consequence. I treat everybody nicely for that reason, no matter whether I get a big fee or a little one. Often I recefte invitations to visit people whom I Save married, And last Thanksgiving day there were mare than a score of letters asking sao to come and take dinner. I ate at home, though, thinking some un fortunate couple might need my services. As I am ia good health now, I think I shall be ia this busi ness when the twentieth century is rfcmded out." Squire Keigwin does not believe marriage a failure, even though the Batches be runaway ones. In fact, be claims that these are the happiest tl all, because they are love affairs. Be does not object to keeping the weddings secret, and will always do ao if the fee is largo enough. The laftana law favors this, as the offi ciating minister or magistrate is not required to turn in a marriage certifi cate for record before ninety days liave elapsed. Thoee Girls Lore One Another. Maud What would yon think if I aid that Jack Mortimer danced with me six times last night? Clara I should think very highly f his unMliUbnefts. Truth. PEOPLE IN PALESTINE. Kearly One-Half the Visitors From Jop- pa to Jerusalem Are American. There has been much written about the Jews in America, but in his latest report to the department of state Consul Selah Merrill reverses the usual order and writes a very in teresting article on Americans in T 1 . a Jerusalem, mis in response to a series of questions from tho depart ment. According to Mr. Merrill's records tho number of Americans residing during last year in the Jerusalem consulate was 413. of whom 370 were naturalized. The average number resident in this district for the past ten years was 310, of whom "2i were naturalized. Mr. Merrill explains that the at tempt to ascertain the number of transient Americans arriving at and departing from tho Jerusalem consu lar district during the past year was most dimcult. because travelers come in such a variety of ways with tour ist companies, with private drago mans, or simply by themselves. "We reckon as the 'tourist season' from the 1st of Juno until the 1st of Juno tho following year, and I have put tho number of American travelers arm ing in Palestine from June 1. 1891, I to June l' 1892' at 45- and aS- i ures actualI in m' Possession I am inamiTOincmimDcr is not over- I stated. This is about 40 per cent of 'all thf trairlnrs tlinfr lin Iumii m i : " r. . v. . cordC(i as arriving in Palestine during the period mentioned. "It may be necessary for me to say to avoid any misapprehension, that we ao not reckon as "travelers ' or "tourists" pooplc who visit this coun try as "pilgrims." of which class there are from 5.000 to 10,000 every year. Last year, however, owing to i nca"ly four months of quarantine. tho number of pilgrims has been small. "As to tho number of transient Americans arriving and departing from the Jerusalem consular district , Jo.- the past ten years, it is not possi ble to answer, except, I can say that the influx of travelers to this country steadily increases from year to year. "The question in regard to the ap proximate amount of funds drawn ' from the banks and bankers in tho J Jerusalem consular district by Amer- icans under letters of credit, drafts. checks, etc., during the past year is likewise a very difficult one. To get at it, oven approximately, requires so much work and the asking of so many favors from the bankers that I will not attempt a replv. Moreover, the Palestino trip is so mixed up with Europe, and csjecially with Egypt, in so far as a traveler's money is con cerned that no satisfactory statement of the nature required in the ques tion could lie given. In place of the anstver required, I venture to lay be fore you an estimate of the amount of money left in Palestine the past year by American tourists or visitors. Some travelers visit Jerusalem and the neighboring places only, while others go through tho country to Damascus and leave it at Beirut. The number of American travelers was 450. Three hundred at ten days each equals 3,000 days; 150 at thirty days each; 4.500 days; total number of days, 7,500. From information from agents of tourist companies, ho tel proprietors, or dragomans, added to my own experience and observa tion f 1 have resided in th country upward of eight years altogether), a person can not make tho Palestine trip for a less amount than 5 a day. while most travelers spend three oven tour times that amount. At $10 per day for each person wo have 75,000. "This should bo regarded as the minimum estimate, and embraces American travelers alone, who, as I have stated, are 40 per cent of the entire number for tho current year. Some years the number of American visitors to this country forms fully 50 per cent of the whole number. On the other hand, Americans spend money more freely than, say, tho Herman travelers, although I do not t'aink they exceed the English in this r spect. Thus, it will be seen that through travelers a largo amount of p-t tiey is every year brought into tuL impoverished land." SIi.iknspe.ire "I In It, How is it that some astute linguist of your editorial staff has not before risen "to remark' upon the language of Shakespeare in modern speech, and told us that one of the current slang phrases of the day, "not in it," is used in Scene III, Act IV of "Win ter's Talc," where Shakespeare makes tnc servant say, in bringing the rus tics clothed as satyrs to Polixcncs: "And they have a dance which the wenches say is a gallimanfrr of gam bols because they aro not in't?" There would seem to be few phrases of human thought or speech in which the immortal bard was not himself "in it" Letter to the New York Sun. She Seemed to Prefer Another. "How do you get along with Miss Coy?" "Well, I should have hopes of win. ning her, but I honestly think I have ao chance." "If you think you have no chance. why should you have hopes of win ning her?" "Well, they say if you are courting a girl and she seems to prefer anoth er, it is evident that she loves you." "Does she seem to prefer another?" "She does. She eloped with Jolli-I hey last night." A HAUNTED ASYLUM. The Attendant Terrified hy the Mg-htlr Visits or the Ghost. The Kings county insane asylum, in the town of Flatbush, I. I., is tho scene of nightly visits of a ghost, clad in black and with an annoying habit of swishing suddenly upon un. wary attendants in a certain corridor after the unusual hour of midnight. The attendants are wrought up over it, and the doctors even say some thing, they can't tell just what, has happened, says the St. Louis Itcpublic. AH agree that a rustling, swishing noise, like that made by trailing skirts, is heard in that corridor at times in the night, and no one has been able to tell what causes it. The other night one of the nurses. Mrs. Mary Geary, hud occasion to go through the haunted corridor. Suddenly she heard that dreadful, unaccountable noise behind her. She was petrified by fear. The next moment the ghost was upon her and whirled quick as a flash and peered into her face. Mrs. ueary gave one shriek and fell faint ing on the floor. She has not vet recovered from her fright sufficiently to be about her duties. She is positive that she saw the ghost, and as the days go by and sho gets calmer, she is able to give more into"i?cnt a It is very tall accountsof its appearance. and skeleton Iike.draped in black, and gives out a sensation of cold. Except for the matter of color I thifs oniTPsnnnrla vim- wrll will, tli 1 s , accepted accounts of the appearance of these visitors. The asylum people became so wrought up over the mat ter that Dr. Chanlon and Mrs. Mollio Clay sat up one night and watched for the ghost. They had a club and revolver with them and would have made it warm for any spook. ino visitor did not ai.pcar that night. The mysterious rustlings. nowever, continue, ihe insane pa 5il of tients in the rooms on either s the haunted corridor have ttu wrought up to a high pitch of excite ment, and the presence of the noctur nal visitor is the signal for an out break of frenzied fear among them. It is next to impossible to persuade the attendants to pass through the corridor after nightfall, except under a strong escort. Dr. Chanlon has employed two brawny watchmen to run down the ghost. AFTER MEAT. A Hungry Philosopher Arjnes on the subject Without Avail. A man who had just purchased several pounds of sparerib and sau sage meat, which was insufficiently wrapped up in butcher's paper, stopped for a street car. At that moment an old man, shabbily dressed, with silver locks of cu.-ling hair. stepped up to him. raraon me, good sir, out mav in the interest of humanity, a question?" "Ccrtes. friend." responded the man, pleasantly. "Is that meat in that package?" "It is." "Swineflesh, if I mistako not." "The same." "Do you eat it?" "Well, I reckon I do, if I get a chance." "And do you not feel. sir. after eat it, a swinish impulse to lie down and wallow?" "Not a wallow" "Sir, tho Hindoos cat no meat." "But I'm not a Hindoo." ,,You would live a thousand years if you never tasted meat." "But I don't want to. I should get old before the time was half up." "Oh, sir, you might be able to con- verso with spirits if you would give up animal food." "Thanks, no spooks in mine." "But I see rash on your face. The unhealthy quality of your food is the cause, sir. Meat is only another name for poison." "I dare say, old man, but I like that kind of poison. This is my car. Much obliged. Good dav." The aged philosopher looked after him sadly and shook his head as he mumbled: "Sparerib, u-um; sansago with gravy yum, and I haven t tasted a bit of meat for a week. I must get near a butcher shop and try it again. The interests of humanity don't sccra to take today to any great extent." The Sleeper'a Answer. There is a choice recipe in which the owl figures "to make anyone that sleepeth answer to whatsoever thou ask" given in "Phycick for tho Poor," published in London in 1657. says All the Year Round. It says mat you aro to "laicc the heart of an owl and his left leg and put that up- l on the breast of the one that sleepeth and they shall reveal whatsoever tbou shalt ask them." The Hindus. however, declare that the flesh and blood of aa owl will make a person Insane who eats or drinks it. On this account men who are devoured by jealousy of a rival or hatred of an enemy come furtively to the market and purchase an owl. In silence they carry tt home and secretly prepare a decoction, which am accomplice will put into tho food or drink of the ject of their malignant designs. HI Infernal Iropotlenr. Trirvet Whatareyou doing.Dieerl Dicer I am still looking for some thing to turn up. Tnvvet But you don t have tt look further than your nosaj for that, Truth. Coughing Leads to Censumtatlon. Kemp's Balsam stops the conga at 01 once.1 rHE NEXT MORNING I PEEL BRIGHT AND NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER. My dncfrirwrslt act centlr on the tnmsrri.llTcr iial kiiinorr. and lnplavmt laxatlre. This drink s made fntn hrtlrsaivl bireparel forme aseaxllr sstra. lilst-aiiiil LAKE'S MEDICINE AlldrurokuvUltat3)e.cndS1apaekve. Ktou cannot Ret It. wild .our oIJic for a frre slim tk. Lanr'aFamilvMHIrlnr mOTrxthr honri. men dav. loonier to he hrrlthr UltHimwarr. AddnA. OKAToit r.OOOWJ .-iio. .Lr.Ilmr.S.Y. FOR FAT FOLKS. 'Dr. Edison's FAMOUS PILLS AND BANDS and OBESITY FRUIT SALT reduce your weight without dieting; cures the causes of obesity, such as dyspepsia, rheumatism, nervousness, catarrh, kidney troubles; keeps you healthy, and beautifies the complexion. (.'lllCAdO IillAKIl OF TltADK. I again write you to say I have lost 13 iHiiiniN, making 42 pounds lost in 10 weeks liv- using 4 bottles of Dr. Edison's Obesity Pills and wearing his Obesity Band. Verv trulv vours. Chas. II. Kino. Il'rof. ll.w.K, Chicago Universitv. writes to the Chicago llcmld, Sept. 18,1892: Corpulent men, should pay some atten I tion to reducing their weight. When a I man is troubled with rheumatism, dys- ' IT"'"1' Sidney rouble or nervousness the , reducing of "weight is slower, until the llllaKHr ill. I,n-.. ..i.,.J II,., .li.nnLi, caused oliesity. The pills soften and lcautify the skin of the face. I am at liberty to rite a ca-e in ioint. Under my ntlvitv Mr. Armour used an Kdisnn Oltcsity Hand and li bottles of Pills and lost . iKiiimU in i weeks. Other pa tients have iiecn iiial!y successful. Lieut. G. A. Scott, Revenue Cutter Hamlin, writes to the Correspond ence Department of the New York Sunday World: Three vears ami I weiirhetl 2t8 inmnds. 'mmmmmmrmmmmmmmmm assssssssssssmememsH ay I. but after using Dr. Edison's toptilar Obes ask a "'.v and Salts I reduced to 109 pounds I and easily Keep at this weight. 1 saw how much other corresondents of your valuable paiiers were benefitted and wished to give the Dr.'s treatment a trial. Dr. Edin's Obesity Fruit Salt is the liest anil simplest remedy for regulating the action of the liver that has been dis covered. The printed formula on the label of the Fruit Salts shows their value to suf ferers from excessive fat or flesh. For Sale By Druggists. Band measures at numbers I, 2, Price, S2.oO to :tt! inches, and 10 rents extra for each additional inch. Pills SL50 a bottle, or three bottles for S4.00, enough for one treatment. Obesity Fruit Salt S1.00 icr Iwttle. You ran buy the Pills, Hands and Salt direct from our stores, or by mail or ex press Sim Correspondence and goods forward ed in plain, sealed package. Notice. Dr. Ellison's Electric Belt and Finger Rings are sold at our stores. Send for our special Electric-Belt Circular, scaled. Electric Belts $1.00 and up. Insoles 50 cents per pair. LoniMi & Co., Proprietors and Gen'l Agts. 'M A East Washington St., Chicago, 111., (not an apothecarv store but parlor, 213 B. up one flight.) 2222 Hamilton PJacc, Boston Mass. 40 A2 West 22nd St. New York City. Cut this out and keep it, and send for our lull (eieht column) article on Ubesity. This is the Bazoo Price Ten Centi Direction for'Using, Etc This wonderful musical! instrument, for the people now on earth, imitates a bird or it-:.i. : .1.. auiuiai. 1 1 mi it juu uw y1" " "ue V tune. It requires no instruction to use it Let one play a lively tune on a violin, Bazoo, niano or orran. and one or two others drone an accompaniment with the Bazoo and tou have a eood baepipc. Yon " Jm. -Tti w . tinn l.v KMsvinii it, a clinll vnir. Innnt . " fit 1 w . Mow into the Bazoo; but sing, speak or make some noise, as the cut-cut-cut-ca-da-cut of a hen, the crow of a rooster, the caw of a crow, the moo of a crow and hundreds of other noises. If the Bazoo does not work properly, place the li over the four holes in the tin and draw the breath in and ont a few times. Many imitations can be made better by speaking through the three round holes in tfic wood, or covering three holes in the tin with the lis leaving the fourth uncovered. A quartette or chorus singing through the Bazoo will bring down the house with great applause and invari ably receive repeated encores. Buy fonr Bazoo's, organize a quartette and try it It furnishes god dancing music to excursions, picnics, etc., The music produced is new and taking. String and brass orchestras find the Bazoo a very important addition. The Bazoo sells readily in stores, street and newsstands, at fairs, races, pleasure resort i, Ac. Frio 10c, br mail lie. Address, J. WEST GOODWIN, aMalia.Mo. TRUSTEE'S SALE. Whereas. The Missouri State Fair A sociation.of Sedalia.Missouri.bv its rortain deed of trust dated the third dav of Maw. 1890, and recorded in the recorder's office of Pettis county, at deed book 60, pages 428 to. 4:12, conveyed to the undersigned trustee all its right, title, interest ami estate, in and to the following described real estate, situated in the county of Pettis, state of .Missouri, viz : The south half of the west half of lot No. two (2), of the northwest quarter of section four (4), ami the south half of the east half of lot No. two (21, of the northea.-t quarter of ection five (5), in township forty-five (45). of ranre twentv. one (21), containing forty-six S9-100 t-io riv-iw) acres more or less, ami being the tract of land situated in the western part of the city of Sedalia, in said countv, and known as "Sicher's Park." which said conveyance was made in trust to se cure the tiaymcnt of certain nromissorv noics, in said need described, and whereas two said notes have liecome due and are unpaid, and the holders of said past due nines nxs declared all ot the notes secured by said deed to be now due. Now there fore, in accordance with the provisions of said deed of trust, and at the request of the legal holder of said notes, I shall pro ceed to sell the above described real estate at public auction, on WEDNESDAY, THE 28th DAY OF 1TNE, ISli.t, between the hours of nine in the forvnrwin and five in the afternoon of that day, to satisfy said notes, together with the cost and exjiense of executing this trust. o-aiwtd tiEO. 1. a. Jacksox, Trustee. ever dUcOTereA aa It Ia certain la tta and doe not allttcr. Head proof below. KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE. Cavtoy. lfo A nr. a. Da. B. J. KnniAii Co.. Hear Kir.- I hara naed leTeral bottlea of TCne "KeadaU'a Sparta Core"" wtta smco taeeew. I thlak It the beat liniment I erer wed. Bate re moeot tut Cart, en Bleed Baavln and kaud dee Bene Hnnnna. Bare recommended It to MTeral of mj friend who are maca plcaaed with and keep It. Beapectfanr, S. It Rat. P.O. Box SB. KbTOAIXTS spavin ctjkk. 6ai Iblaxo, Hmiwii Sbj U. UM Da. n. J. Ksxsaxi. Co, a-. 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TJlKOUUU SLEEPING C'AKS from Seilaiia via Hannibal to Chicago via M., K. & T. R'y. and C, R A Q. R. K. Meepini; cam front lay lor, lexas to a. Loui, via .Sedalia and Hannibal. Only one chance of can to the Atlantic coast and eastern points. k i rains uauy Between at. louis, ot. rani ana 'Minneapolis, Tia HannibaL Sfleepiag car be 'tween St. Louis and Omaha, ria Baanlbal. D. O. IVES, Geu'L Passesger and ticket AgL St. Loute. e&jvZ ... t v. CURE5 hi 1 r: -M AND P.RRm C C3 ALARIA .u stotwtn, r. r. Kftwj ask. Ms Bast iraatfats, T frf ail Wmt, BkanO, SoldbyAngnst T. Fleischmann Executor's Notice. Notice is hereby given, that letters testa mcntary on the estate of Joseph K.Tuttle, liwceaed, were granted to the undesigned on the 3rd day of April. 189Sb7 the pro bate court of Petti county, Missouri. All persons having claim against said etate are roiuired to exhibit them for al lowance to the executor within one year after tlte date of said letters, or they may lie precludes! from any benefit of switch es tate; and if such claims be not exhibited within two years from the date of this publication, thev shall be forever barred, Thi -Uh day "of April, 1893. W. L. POBTEB, 4-llw4t Executor. ULrfflUunrl 1 0 to look after that an- . . w tMllltrinSlIT wKV anwan a.. be sure of "getting there," ahonld go bv the Ohio AML-sissippi Short LineThrougii Car Kdhte from St. Louis. Republican., I'onulists and all others will abo find it t their advantage to take this route. 4-llw4t iBLDnDJ5lr-il lsSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSaSSStBaSSSSSSSlaSlSBBal UsSSSsB H BllSf M- 'aSSSsB aSSSSSSSSSSSSsP "l.BSSsPl fC .iSSSSSSSsl imm, kSSSt isSnMttiBsstatae B&alB Owfct Ul mm aw ssU eaupiii, Camnk. rutd rViMr. Bait Bm. ale, mc H aaSaSSlSSSSSSsi .ktaaaSn' ' t-e?!SSSSSSSSSSSSSSsB IssssssssssssssP 'isssPW .sK'w, ??pM