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THE SET) ALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, MAY 30, 1893.
w 'I 1 1' TESTING IRON COLUMNS. Simple Device for Ueasarlng Their Sap- porting Strength. "Have you ever noticed," said a St. Lionisan, "those massive iron pillars in the basement of the new i'laaters you ever stop house? Well, to think of they will be did the com immense weight pelled to support steadily for many, I many years? Oh. you have. But I suppose you have thought the manu facturers just made those pillars and sold them without knowing how much weight they would bear or how long tbty would bear it- Let me tell you about that "Those pillars are cast in the same manner as are cast-iron stoves by running the liquid metal into sand molds, but alongside of each pillar is cast an iron bar, from the same metaL The bar is precisely an inch square and five and one-half feet in length, When cold it is subjected to a very aimple test Each end of the bar is placed upon a table, and weights are . m ' . suspended from the center uy a rope. It must bear a tensile strength of 500 pounds to the square inch. The test may begin with 400 pounds and be gradually increased until the bar is found to be porfe.tly supporting the required weight. If it breaks, for in stance, at 480 or 450 pounds then the pillar cast from the pot of metal which cast the bar is dis carded broken up and put into the pot again, with more pig-iron added. The pillars, you know, arc largely made -from scrap-iron, and the manufacturers cannot know the strongth of the cist until it is tested, The addition of pig-iron in the event of failure, brings the cast up to the standard. "Six or eight of the pillars designed for the new Planters' house had to be recast in this way. LAMENT OF THE BARBER. "Why Hla Trade Is Not o Profitable In These Later Day. "No, barbering is not a money mak ing business," said Kueffner, as he deftly wielded his razor. "I know of only one man in my experience who became wealthy at it and that was a man who used to keep the barbershop in the United States hotel in Fulton street, New York. He retired with a comfortable fortune, but he was one man in a thousand. "Barbering was much more profita ble fifteen years ago than it is to-day. At that time it was the custom for nearly every patron to have his own pomatum, face powder, hair oil and hair restorer if the rack beside his cup. It was generally believed at that time that hair could be made to grow on a bald head, and also that many of the mixtures on the market would prevent hair from falling out But those ideas re thoroughly exploded now, due largely, I think, to the publicity given to the subject by the newspapers. "I have no doubt that many men now bald would be well thatched were it not that they used so much liair oiL It is the exception at the present time in my shop when a man will permit me to put oil on his head, many of them preferring to have the hair combed dry. When your head becomes dirty wash it thoroughly with soap and water, and if you wish it to take on a luster like the raven's wing brush it for five "minutes night and morning with a soft brush. The large income derived from the sale of the emolli ents referred to being now cut off, tr.1nf the barber cannot now be . classed with that of the plumber and , the coal dealer as a money-making pursuit" THE KILAUEA VOLCANO. Its Condition Keported Safe for Vis itors From Honolulu. The floor of Kilauca is at certain periods subject tooverflow by floods of fresh lava from Halemaumau, which will probably destroy large sections of the aforesaid trail, necessitating much labor in renewing it This can hardly occur under two years from now, as it will probably take that length of time for the level of the molten lake to work up the 200 feet or more necessary , ,uAne co,t'r OI cnrysopiirase is a paie, to enable it to discharge itself on the yellow green. It has been quite sue main floor. During the last peridd of cessfully imitated in ordinary agate. overflow, in 133-0, many thousands of acres of the main floor -of Kilauea received fresh coatings of lava. In the immediate vicinity of Halemau mau pit the lava coatings were piled to a thickness of from twenty to fifty feet ' Meantime, the lake, S09 feet in di- ameter, is overflowing every few days upon the lava floor around it, which is. i attraction oi womanitino. perhaps, 250 feet lower than the brink store, Source ol D.nBer. of the circular pit, which is 2.400 feet The hanl coal sfoves. while in one in diameter. The American minister, j comfortable, keeping a room who was there recently counted "at an even tttmpentvlre U the time twelve tire fountains playing in the. igBoniDt hands a sourc of lake at one time. In April last we Uerfous danger. If the drafts are not measure nc tountam witn an instrument The bellow pulsating bui ivu A as i ia u ua j itk AAA ' diameter, and thirty feet high. Its I action was steady and incessant dur ing the week we were there. Other fountains were more furious, but in termittent On the whole, the present aspect of the volcano is unusually sat isfactory for observation by visitors. Do Animals Dreamt I have two animals at home that dream and talk in their sleep very much as do human beings. One is a bloodhound and the other a canary. Late the other night when I got home from work, I heard a peculiar muffled acmnd coming from the bird's cage. Stepping up to it I found it was the bird singing. He had his head neatly I tucked under His win?, but was sing ing' away on one of his favorite songs just as if the sun was shining and he was overjoyed to see it Frequently ' during the night or day the dog I men- tioned will begin to growl or bark in his sleep. Then again he will waif bis tail and show every sign of pleasure at . ,hoh ; ,i,;,u some thought passing through his brain, all the time being sound asleep. HAT WEARING IN CHURCH. Puritan Unjustly Accused of Beginning ThU Custom. On November 7,' ICO), Mr. Samuel Pepvs went to church and duly noted the fact in his diary, adding, with ref . erencc to the sermon that he heard "a ' simple fellow upon the praise of church musique, and exclaiming against men wearing their hats in the church." Throughout the seventeenth cen- j tury this wearing of head-gear by men i in church was a much-vexed question. The evidence on the subject is rather I ... ...... I conflicting, but it would ' 1 1 1 ! luiuscciu to have been largely ths practice for men to 1 remain uncovered throughout the church service, out to put their hats on during the sermon. The luritans have often been charged with the introduction of this custom, but there Ls little doubt that it was in vogue before the name "Puritan" was heard of. Karly in the seventeenth century many of the clergy bejran to attack the custom and to I plead for a more reverent and becom ing behavior in churclu I Dr. Donne, dean of St Paul's, when preaching at St Dunstan's spoke very strongly on the subject and hinted that if the offenders would not list in to his admonitions other measures might be resorted to. "I presume," he said, "that no man will misinterpret this that I say here now; nor, if this may not prevail, mis interpret the service of our officers, if their continuing in this unreverent , manner give our oflicers occasion to j warn them of that personally in the i place, whensoever they see them stray . 1 1 " iuiu tne uucuiuuiy iicgugcucc. INSECT WAYS. Some of the Enemies That Attack the Dreaded Tarantula. Interesting anecdotes are given of I the dangerous little creature called the tarantula. Formidable as it is, it has enemies fully able to hold their own against it One of them is the centiped, which, armed with its deadly sting, can make vigorons combat with the tarantula. A fight between them, which is of fre quent occurrence, nearly always ends in favor of the tarantula. Before the centiped can' reach it, it makes its spring, and kills instantly with the poison of its fangs for fangs the tarantula may be said to have. The ends of its two long fore legs are armed with fangs very much like a serpent's. But the tarantula has one enemy, which, as the boys express it is "too much for him." This Ls a giant wasp, known as the tarantula hawk, which is as much larger than the ordinary wasp as the tarantula is larger than the ordinary spider. Like the common wasp, the taran tula hawk finds in the tarantula the food it wishes to lay up for its un- hatched young. This food must be alive always, not dead, else the young i will not eat it Still, while it retains life, it must be incapable of motion. So the tarantula hawk watches its opportunity, ana wmi a sudden dart is down upon its unsuspecting enemy, The poison from its stinjr instantly paralyzes, not kills, the tarantula, and in this helpless condition it is borno away and packed into the cell where the wasp's eggs are deposited. About the Crysophrase. The chrysophrasc, which has been spoken of as a fashionable gem, is a species of agate which Ls semi-trans- ' parent It is found in a natural state chiefly in Silesia. It is not a new stone, but has been known for cen turies. There is a chapel in Prague where the entire walls are inlaid with ia. rri i . , . . ,.ao w "e prlce OI u,e slone ,s com parativelv low. It is the apostolic stone of St Paul and according to ' superstition it confers upon the wearer the gifts of eloquence, argument and logic. If the stone becomes a fad of ' . i. t. : ...m i i i i I mc uuui, ii. nm ii:iiuiv uc ucciiusc oi ; ' its symbolic meaning, for the gifts of rrument have never been a popular pr;perly turned, tho carbonic acid and sulphurous fames may into the room, and in a sleeping room may smother "the sleepers before they are aware of their danger. Three per cent of carbonic acid gas in the air of a room is fatal to animal life, and a large-sized base-burner will not take long to supply this percentage in a close room. Such stoves should al ways be carefully watched and never handled save by experienced persons. Or high or !ovr, or rich or poor, None would foul teeth or breath endure, If they bnt knew how sure and swift Was SOZODOXT, that priceless gift, In giving beauty, life and tone To every charm the mouth can own. NO BABY TALK, This Lmi to (tottering and Stain Bering. A stuttering man afforded S. W. Tracy, of Ogden, Utah., a subject for a lecture latelv. "I was once a T,". 4ur that among the many calamities inci . - l .A.... ! .1 T t dent to human nature there are few That variety which is attended with muscular contortions is especially dis tressing. Persons who have only occasionally met with cases of defec tive utterance in general society can have but a faint idea of the agony of its victims. "Just think of being unable to give oral expression to your thoughts with out subjecting yourselves to ridicule, for it is a fact that while the deaf mute is pitied, the stutterer is generally laughed at Stuttering and stammer ing are terms that are confounded. They are not synonymous by any means. Stammering is an inability to a" inauu.ty to I TifTiTanrltr nntinoifitw parti t n nmnfnrv r--r-j sjh.-lt.ii wurcs; stuttering is a tjciuiu utterance, manifested by frequent rep etitions of initial or other elementary ! sounds, ttolh are caused by improp erly scting muscles of the vocal cords, soft palate, tongue, cheeks, lips, etc. Some of these muscles are under easy control of the wilL "Orer the muscles of the pharynx, the soft pilate, and at the base of tho tongue, which moves its root upward anu aowawaru, our power is not so complete, and this causes the alUiction. Stammering children are often sub jected to humiliation, or even cruelly treated. 'You can help it if you will.' is said to thc:n dozens of times a day. and they are so a i raid to speak that they become stupid and abashed. One great cause of defective articulation is the foolish manner in which chil dren are talked to by ignorant nurses and fond mothers. When I hear a mother say to her child, 'Say tank oo, to de p'etty lade that's a 'ittlc pet," and so on, it makes my blood boil." AND THE CROW DEPARTED. How a Bat Was Cau;ut Wullo Attempt ing to Steel. "One can always laugh at the per son who attempts to convert to his own use tho property of others and suddenly finds himself traoped, ' said a farmer. "Probably the lough comes a little more heartily when it is an animal. Xot long ago I possessed a fine crow that I kept in a cage outside my door. I was 'particularly proud of this bird, for it seemed to have good sound sense and did many queer things. One morning I placed my bird out as usual and thought no more of it. That evening when I came to bring it in, I found instead a rat in my cage, and the door c'osed as usual. Then I began to wonder. First I thought that someone had played a trick on me had stolen ray crow and left me a rat I noticed though, with what ease the door slipped up and down, and then I thought that per haps the rat had nosed it up, and going in had eaten my crow. With me the crow was safe, for I never had any po litical aspirations that might lie blighted. Then I thought of my crow's game propensities nnd I argued that it was a trick. Shortly afterward a neighbor of mine brought my crow home. It had been flying about in an aimless, friendly manner, and ha had caught it I am of the impres sion now that the rat lifted the door to get in and cat the birdseed, and that ray crow took the opportunity of au open door to walk out" INNOCENT HENRY. Ills Brusque Way of Stating a l'act Startled the 1'amlly. A very good and pious man recently bought a rough piece of ground and proposed to do some farming. Tiiere was a skimpy little stream on the place that he thought might be made into a reservoir, .so he sent his hired man to investigate. Several hours later the hired man appeared in the family circle. "Well, Henry." inquired the good man, "what is the result?" "'Tain't worth a dam, sir," replied Henry earnestly. The good man gasped and the fam ily fell over each other trying to get as far away as possible. Henry was amazed, and looked it "What's that?" asked the good man, evidently not realizing that he was , . , . i . , , asKing to near again wnat uau so shocked him at first "Tain't worth a dam, sir," repeated Henry. "What do you mean? and this time the good man was mad. "Just what I said, sir," responded Henry, who had not caught on. "You couldn't plug that creek up tight enough to catch a wash tub full of water in six months," and aU at once Henry's rather startling report was entirely denuded of its possibilities of profane language. Couldn't ACTord That Old Captain P , of the regulars, was inspecting tho prisoners at a Saa Francisco post, one morning, and found one of his old veterans, who had a weakness for liquor, in the line. "Well, McQuire," said the captain, "back again, are you? Now why don't yon drink like a gentleman, and keep out of trouble; drink like I da" "Ah, shure, sir," replied McQuire, "if I drank like the captain, I would have been dead these ten years." Coughing Leads to Consumption. Kemp's Balsam stops the cough at once THE NEXT MORMKO I FEEL BRIGHT AND HEW ANO MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER. Xj il.--rt'Ta.-T!t. t'. Ml--"t':tnwh.;iTrr in-1 kltlnr;.anl :nr'finrt laiatltv. ThKdnii a Dii le fpn nrly, iuuI li reroml tor ue ocaslir USE'S Al!rtrU2t.iellItat!)c.aslIatsci;af. If yoa oancoc k lt.K'il ocr cltlti for a tu"i sam pie. Lane'araitillyMrdlHnrmotm'irbofrU earn day. Ii"Plfrto-!i't!ivtl;lslinra-anr. Adtlresj. OILVIUK y. VOi)IW. liD. Lx Kit. K. V. 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. CmcAoo IIoaru of Trade. I again write you to s-ay I have l 13 itound.-i, makhig'l-- pounds lo-t in 10 week by using 4 lnitile- ol Dr. Kdion' Obesity Tills ami wearing his Olc-ily ISand. Very truly yours, C'itAs. II. Kixo. Prof. HAi.E,"C!.ie-.igo Universitv, writes to the Chicago JhmM, Sept. IS, 1SJ2: Corpulent men, should pay some atten tion to reducing their weight. When a man Is troubled with rhciimal"?m, dys-pei-ia, kidney trouble or r.ervoiisiie-s the reducing of weight is slower, until the Obesity Pills have cured the dieac that caused obesity. The pills soften and beautify the skin of the lace. I aiu'at lilierty to cite a case in point. Under i:iv advice Mr. Armour used an Edison Olicsity llnnd and -i ltotlles of Pi lis and lost 20 ixmmls in li weeks. Other pa tients have ieen equally successful. Lieut. G. A. Scott, Kevenue Cutter Hamlin, writes to the Correspond ence Department of the lcv York Sunday World : Three years ago I weighed 2C3 ounds, but after using Dr. Edi-on's popular Obes ity Pills and Salts I reduced to 10'J pounds and easily keep at this weight. I saw how much other correio!idenis of your valuable papers were benefitted and wished to give the br.'s treatment a trial. Dr. Edison's Obesitv Fruit Salt is the best and simplest remedv for regulating the action ol the liver that has ieen ui covered. The printed formula on the lalicl of the Fruit Salts shows their value to suf ferers from excessive fat or lle-h. For Sale By Druggists. Band measures at numbers 1, 2, 3. Price, $2.50 to 3t inches, ami 10 cents extra for each additional i.iefi. Pills $1-50 a buttle, or three bottles for 51.00, enough for one treatment. Obesity Fruit Salt S1.00 ier bottle. You can buy the Pills, iiamls and Salt .lirect from our stores, or by mail or ex press. Dartorresnonilence and goods forward ed in plain, scaled package. Finger Kings are sold at our stores. Send for our siecial Electric-Cell Circular, sealed. Electric Kelts $1.00 and up. Insoles 50 cents per pair. Ljin.NO to., i ropnetors ami Oen I Agts. 30 A East Washington St., Chicago, III., (not an aothecarv store but parlor, 2131!. up one tlight.) 2222 Hamilton Place, Boston Mass. 40 A2 West 22nd St., Xew York City. Cut this out and keep it, and send for cur r.-ii !.. i . nil leicni column j article on vnesiiy. Administrator's Notice. Notice is herebv given, that letters of administration on the estate of William Griffin deceased, were granted to the un dersigned on the 2Dth day of April, 1S93, by the probate court ot rettis county, .Mis souri. All persons having claims against said estate are required to exhibit them for allowance to the administrator, within one year after the date of said, letters, or they may beprecliided from any benefit of such estate; and if such claims be not exhibited within two years from the date of thisitub- lication, thev shall be forever barred. This Ulh dav of April, 1SS3. 5-2 w4t Mary Griffin,. Administrator. Public Administrator's Notice. Notice is herebv given, that bv virtue of an order of the probate court of PettLs countr, Missouri, made on the 15th day of May, 19'JJ, the undersigned public admin istrator for said county, has taken charge of the estate of Ellen Tasgucy, "deceased. All persons having claims" against said estate are required to exhibit them to me, for allowance within one year alter the date of said letters, or they may be pre cluded from any benefit of such estate, and if such claims be not exhibited within two years from the date of th'w publication, tnev snail lie lorcver barred. This ISth day of may, 1893. Joiix R. Cloptok, 5-23wlt Public Administrator. LADIES ONLY Dr. Dc Moxt's Fcxau REGrum'cn Pills." IB ire always safe and reliable. 12,000 testimonials Irosi all orer the world. .Beware oi dangerous substitutes and imitations. Trice fi,00 per pack aze. Sent by mall securely sealed (ram obserra tion. Address Dr. B. DcMosT, 9S South, Balsted Street, Chicago, III., U.S. A 'sSflsssIL Trustee's Sale. WIierea, Charles F. Xeeon and Jennie Xeeion 11 wife, did in -ike, exente and de liver, a certain deed of trut, dated June 2nd. A. I). lcS, rernnled in the recnn'erV office' for lVtti- countr, M!-onri, in iliiil of trut nvonl liook hiiniher Ji?, at p.v.;e30, to K-cure the payment of a ctrtain note for the -iim of ifl.'KX. therein ile- rcnlied, anil interest thereon, togctherwith the taxe-. and insurance on "the jirojierty, therein dt-crilH.il, and conveyed to the un dcfeizntd trustee, to ecurethe afnre-aid amount-, the following dc-criled property to wit: TiieMiuth half of lot nnuilier cn'e (ll.in Mock "IV of the original ilat ol the city of Scdalta, Mi-Mjuri. in aid county, ami, Wlierea. default ha- lieen made in the jiayment of .-aid debt, intere-t, taxe- and insurance, aiore-am, ami at tne nvjuel ol the lire-ent legal holder of aid note, ami other charges .-peeitied therein, and by vir tue and authority in me voted ly the nfore-aid deed of tru-t, I will on THURSDAY, JUNK 15, ISM, between the hour of 9 o'clock in the fore noon and 5 o'clock in the afternoon of that dav. at the wot front door of the court houe in the-aid city of Sedalia,M?H at public auction to the liighc-t bidder for ca-di in hand, the real e-tate herein before de scribed, to pay the said mentioned note, in terest, taxes, etc., a atoroaiu, and the cost- nt executing this tru-t. 3-25 w3t Jamd- C. ThojIisox. Trustee. TIJFSTEE'S SALE. Whi:ki:-. Hie Mi-ouri State Fair A sociation.ot "iedalia.Mi--ouri.bv it- certain I deed of tru-t dated the third day of May, lSlHl, snd recorded in the reconler's office nt I'etti- county, at deed book GO. page-423 to -i.u. conveyeil to the undersigned tru-tee all it- right, title, intere-t ami estate, in and to the following desvrilicd real e-late, situated in the county ot lvtti-, state ot Mi ouri, viz: The Muth half of the wet hall of lot No. two l2l, of the northwest quarter ot -ection lour ( It. and the tith half of the ea-t hall of lot No. two (2, of the northea-t quarter of section five ("), in township lortv-hve (-Km ot range twentv one (21), containing fortvix S'.-lOO (4i5 S9-100) acre- more or Ies, and being the trad of land situated in the wc-teru part of the city of Sedalia, in said county. ami Known as "Mcliers rark, which saiil conveyance tra made in tru-t to se cure the i-avment of certain promis-orv note-, in -aid deed de-cribetl, and whereas .two said notes hire become due and are unpaid, ami the holders of said past due notes ha-declared all ol the notes secured by said deed to be now due. Now there- lore, in accordance with the provision- of saui neeii oi trust, aim at tne request oi the legal holder of said notes I shall pro ceed to sell the aliove de-crilcd real e-tate "at the Court Hou-e door, in the citvof Sedalia, in the County of Pettis, state afore-aid, to the highe-l bidder, for cash. at ptioiic auction, on WEDNESDAY, THE 2Stii -DAY OF JL'NE, 1S13, lietween the hour- of nine in the forenoon and five in the afternoon of that day, to sati-fy said notes, together with the" cost and exjien-e ot executing tins tru-t. 3-21 wtd Geo. P. 15. Jackson, Tru-tte. TRUTH ! HOW STARTLING IS TRUTH I Why? Because Deception Seems to Be 'the Rule, Especially When Applied to Medicines or Specifics. HEAR THE TRUTH I WC CURE CATARRH 1 How? By the most simple and sensible method. We supply, by express, (charges pre-paid), a package of I'o-'itire Gitnnh Care, with a guarantee that it will cure you. It is applied through the no-trils to the affected parts and taken internally to liurifv the blood, the only ran t ihtniuultlu Urite (lit ilitutJf ftuta the eui. A package costs only $5, and contains enough for six mouths treatment, together with the necessary appliances. Compare this with any other treatment and you will find it to he the uio-t certain and the most inexiensive ever offered. This cure is founded iiixin cxiwriencefthehest teacher). and it has proven to be an unfailing rem edy, as evidenced by the endorsement of the mot eminent physician- ami the testi mony of thousands of iiersons who havt been cured bv its u-e. DO YOU WANT TO BE CUBED ? Don't delay. Write at once. Enclose price. American Branch FRANCO-GEKM AN CHEMISTS' ASS'N, SO Jackson Place, IxhiANAroLis, ixu. SYJIfTOMS OF CATARRH XOT TO RE MIS TAKEN. The svmiitoms of Catarrh arc too nu merous ami plain to le mistaken. The fol lowing are the usual symptoms, any of which mav be ab-cnt in vonr cae: Dull headache : mucous dripping in throat ; dull, weary, aching feeling ; spit ting up of food ; unnatural noi-es in ears: apetite is at times oor ; pains in side and back ; pains in chest anu stomach ; sleep afionls no real rest ; feet are cold and clam my; whites ol eyes tinged yellow; head whirls when rising suddenly ; patient ner vous, gloomy and irritable; head stojw up after fresh cold; cough at first drv, lat.r gretni-h exectoration ; kidney secretion scanty, depositing a sediment ; foul, offen sive breath. Catarrh is the "advance agent" for con sumption, and therefore a case, no matter i 1? i. . . now siigut, merits tue most careiiii atten tion until entirely overcome. If treated in time it can be cured. X01R We rtler tmu la the nubliiher ot this paper as to.our rtlutbiUty. 4-19d&wlyr HATTON & SHOBE, Real Estate and Exchange Office, BOOMS 20 AND 22 DEJirSEY BUILDING. SEDALIA MISSOURI. 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