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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JULY 22, 1884.
BIRTHPLACE OP CHOLERA.
The Terrible Disease Distributed
by Pilgrims from Hurdwar
The only countries upon the globe
to which cholera has not been carried
are the islands of the South Pacific,
Australasia, the Cape of Good Hope,
the islands of the North Atlantic, and
the western coast of South America.
These localities are all separated from
India by a wide expanse of ocean,
and have no commercial intercourse
with that country.
Cholera has not beoome permanent
outside of India, although it is
seldom absent from some of the
provinces of Hindustan. From its
birthplace in the delta of the Ganges,
the disease has effected a permanent
lodgement in the provinees of Bengal,
Madras, and Bombay, while in the
provinces that lie to the west and
northwest, such as Rappootana and
Punjab, it occurs only as an epidemic,
developing after great religious
Hurdwar, in the Punjab at the
foot of the Himalaya Mountains is
the great nursery of cholera. It
never originates there, but has
annually been developed there during
the great Hindoo festivals. Of these
festivals Hurdwar is cursed with two,
and they draw together a great cun
course of people from every portion
of the Indian empire. At some of
these festivals as many as 3,000,000
devotees have assembled, but of late
years the numbers have fallen off
Hurdwar having lost its sacred
prestige from the fact that some of the
holy waters of the Ganges have been
profanely diverted in a canal con
structed by English authorities.
There immense numbers of humans
gather upon a bare, sandy plain on the
banks of the Ganges, massed like
herds of swine, without means of sani
tary protection. The earth and air, as
well as the water, are polluted, and
the odor from the camps is perceptible
for many miles. Day and night the
devotees pour through the great thor
oughfares of the country to and from
the festival in parties of from 10 to
500, following so closely as to make
an almost continuous procession.
Ninety-five out of every 100 are on
foot, but occasionally some great na
bob sweeps past with an enormous ret
inue or a rajah with his caravan of
elephants, camels, horsemen, and
swordsmen pass in all the grandeur
and confusion of Indian royalty. They
ride over the poor wretches who line
the roads, trample them down, and
hurl imprecations upon them for
blocking the way. bome march nun
dreds and some thousands of miles to
engage in the festivals and to bathe
m iae sacred river. Many die on the
w.n, him all arrive lame and gaunt
from hunger and fatigue, with their
feet bound up m rags and their scanty
clothing covered with blood and dust.
They rush into the river as soon as
they arrive, and drink the water as
fast as they can scoop it up in their
They are fed from the temple
kitchen, where as many as 90,000
iooks are at work, and the food iB
distributed among them in a rude
way. When fresh it is not unwhole
some, but too much of it produces
indigestion and great sufferings. The
halt starved pilgrims eat it like glut
tons, rush into the water again to
bathe and the result is derangement
of the disgestive organs. When they
have eaten their fill, whatever food is
left is preserved. It is sacred and
cannot be thrown away. Under the
hot sun it soon becomes poisonous to
the pilgrims who eat it.
In these hot beds of disease, under
conditions that would breed a plague
anywhere these pilgrims live. The
heat is almost unendurable. The
living, the sick, and the dying are
huddled together, with only just as
much space as thev can cover lying
down. As fast as they die they are
buried in the sand.
But on the return journey the
misery of the pilgrims reaches its
height. They are sick and lame,
but stagger along until the weak fall
by the roadside to die. Their bodies
lie thickly along the journey uncover
ed. Some drag their weary limbs
until they reach a village, where they
drop and lie in masses, blocking up
the streets, until they get strong
enough to move forward or die of
starvation and disease.
It is impossible to calculate the
number that perish. The bishop of
Oaicutta estimates that it is about one
in fivej and those who do not die on
the journey carry the germs of disease
borne with them, scattering pestilence
along their path. Thus the cholera
is started on its periodical march
around the world. - -
No great Asiatic pestilence has
ever Ecourged the east and allowed the
uties of Arabia to escape. The pil
grims to Mecca and the commercial
-caravans to Damascus carry death in
their train under any quarantine that
jan be devised, but the attempts to
establish quarantine are weak, ineffec
tual and spasmodic.
The Holy City of Mecca is another
great distributing c point for cholera ;
in fact, it is a sort of clearing house
for all sorts of infectious diseases. In
1865, it is said, 20,000 pilgrims died
there of cholera in six days, and
the city for centuries has been the
focus of plagues, which have been
brought from all directions, and
thence distributed by returning pil
grims over three continents.
For many centuries there has been
an incessant stream of pilgrims to and
from Mecca. To be present at the
Kourban Bairam is the great aim and
end of Mohammedan life, and to
reach there hundreds of thousands
abandon homes and property, and
undertake perilous and exhausting
journeys. From the North Atlantic
and Mediterranean shores of Africa,
from Timbuctoo and Western Africa,
from Siberia, from the Danube and
the Sea of Azof, from the western
provinces of China, from the cities of
Europe, and from the most remote
Mohammedan settlements, constant
processions of pilgrims are passing to
and rrom Mecca ; for this pilgrimage,
at least once in a life time, is binding
on all true MohammedanB, and he
who dies without having made it
might as well have been a Jew, a
Christian or a dog.
The return of one pilgimage is never
accomplished from any of the larger
settlements before auother is on the
move. They arrive in great caravans
and the misery and hardships they en
dure are equal to those suffered by
the Hindu devotees- Some come by
sea to Jedda upon the native vessels,
which are saturated with infectious
poisons. Each passenger receives
only sufficient space to squat upon.
The intense heat of the day, the mias
mas of the night, privations of all
sorts, the want of sleep and food and
exercise induce a physical condition
but little short of death. Many die
on board the vessels, but the most
have strength enough left to drag
themselves to the Holy City. Those
who go by land and on foot suffer
Having arrived at Mecea without
rest or food, the pilgrims enter at once
upon their religious duties. The
first is to visit the Kaaba, the Holy
Temple, and the tomb of Ishmeal up
on which rests the stone let down from
heaven. Upon the arrival at the
Kaaba all drink and perform their
ablutions in the well of Zem Zem.
The water is tepid, salty, and milk-
ish m color. It might have been
pure once, but it has not been so in
centuries. No pilgrim ever quits
Mecca without carrying a jar of this
water away with him, and it is impos
sible to over estimate the potency of
the Zem Zem spring m spreading
cholera and other diseases.
In Mecca all the essentials for an
epidemic are constantly gathered, as
well as the means for distributing the
germs of disease broadcast. The pil
grimages in India and Arabia have
received the attention of sanitarians
for several years, but no means has
yet been found, so strong is the reli
gous sense, to prevent the dissemina
tion of disease by them.
The present epidemic in France
can be traced from Hurdwar to Mecca,
from Mecca to Egypt, and thence
along the Mediterranean to Toulon
Eight Thousand Bills.
Botton Herald: Gen. Rosecrans
has made a record for himself in this
congress by introducing more bills
than any other member of the house,
heading the list with 160, writes a
Washington paper. Vance, of North
Caroliua, come3 second, being the au
thor of 120 bills. Although over
8,000 bills and joint resolutions have
been introduced this session, there are
thirty members who have not present
ed so much as a petition. About two
per cent, of the bills introduced be
come laws but it costs nearly S500,000
every year to print those which lie
forever in the pigeon holes. There
has been so much scandal over print
ing speeches that were never delivered
that an attempt is being made to have
the practice prohibited. There ought
to be another in the shape of a ru le
prohibiting the presenting of the same
bill twice, as about half of those intro
duced have been before previous con
gresses, and some have been printed
He Knows It.
Hiram D. Maxfield, formerly of Silver
Springs, E. I., has no doubt about the won
derful curative powers of Kidney-Wort.
He was bo afflicted with Kidney Complaint
that he could not stand on his feet from
pain and weakness. As soon as he com
menced using Kidney-Wort he experienced
immediate relief and at once began to grow
strong and was relieved of all pain and
unpleasantness. He says : "I know I have
been cured by Kidney-Wort."
As thousands can testify, there is Dom
ing so much to be desired as perfect sight,
and perfect sight can only be obtained, by
using perfect spectacles. C. G. Taylor, our
home optician, exercises greatskill and pa
tience in fitting those needing spectacles
with care and comfort to the wearer,
HE WENT OUT OF BUSINESS.
A Practical Joker's Last Joke
Amusement for the Boys.
an Francisco Post.
No, gentlemen, said Captain Skiddy,
you don't catch me taking part in any
practical jokes. I went out of that
business for good over ten years ago.
How was that?
"Well it was in the winter of '72,
may be 73, 1 was living in Daven
port, la., and a man came 'round
there giving balloon ascensions. One
day it was advertised that the mayor
of the town was go;ng up with him.
Now, the mayor was a big, fat man,
who always wore a light suit of
clothes and a white hat. This put
me in the notion of working a joke oif
on the people. I got acquainted with
the aeronaut, and he agreed to assist
me in the scheme. We then got an
old suit of light clothes . with which
we fixed up a dummy, which we filled
up with sand so that it weighed about
200, and would therefore drop straight
and heavy like a man. The day of
the ascension there were fully 30,000
people on the ground and the excite
ment was very great, a3 there was a
slight wind blowing at the time.
After the balloon got up about a mile,
and maybe that far south of town,
town, they dropped the dummy over.
Big sensation then, eh?
Well, I should say s i. Of course
the crowd made a break out of the
town to scrape up the remains and I
rushed home to get my fishing tackle,
for it struck me that the most healthy
thing I could do would be to go fishing
for a day or two. Before I had left
the house, however, I was arrested
Exactly. A lot of boys accompan
ed by the sheriff, rushed in and col
ared me. They claimed that the
dummy had fallen on a farmer and
driven his skull clear into the heels
of his boots. He said that the bal
loonatic had turned state's evidence,
and the chances were that I'd be
hanged by a mob before night.
That was rough.
"Well, sol thought. I was just
scared to death, and begged the boys
to stand by and protect me. I ponied
up S50 for legal expenses, and they
hid me in the garret of a neighbor's
house. They kept me there ten bless
ed days and there wasn't a day but
they struck me for a twenty or two
for continuances. One night the
whole gang came round full of beer
on my money, mind you and said
they bad concluded , as an addition
al precaution, to hide me in the hol
low of an oak tree about three miles
in the woods. I saw through the
whole business then,, and drove 'em
out with a club. It was a good
square case of the biter, bit, I know,
but they never let up calling me
Dummy Skiddy after that until they
actually ran me out of town, and I
had to emigrate to this jumping-oSf
place of creation, and the captain
shook his head with a disgusted air
and walked off.
Bum s Ruin.
New York Sun.
"Officer remove him,'' ordered a
York police justice to the court officer,
alluding to an old, broken down,
drunken wretch he had just sentenced
for vagrancy. "Please, judge, will
you let another officer take him ?"
said court Officer Finn, whose eyes
were filled with tears. "Why can't
you ?" said the justice in a tone of sur
prise. He was my general in the
war, your honor, said J inn, "and he
was so kind to me that I don't like to
repay him in this way, though I know
it is for his good. He treated the men
who fought under him as he would his
brothers. It is sad for me, sir, to see
my dear old commander in such a po
sition as this, and I and others will
see that he is properly cared for at
the asylum." This man was none
other than Brigadier Geneiai Thomas
"W. Eajian who fought in the battle of
Gettysburg under General Meade, and
was a participant of almost every hat
tie at that time. At the close of the
war he was made an internal revenue
Swept into the Stream.
One Thousand Acres of Land-and
Right Smart of Bears"
i the deck of a big Mississippi steamboat stood
zed Souuern planter, indicating by a sweep
of his arm the waters the boat was passing over, he
said to a passenger from the North: "When I was
twelve years old I killed my first bear on a new
plantation my father was .then cutting oat of a
forest that grew directly over the waters of this
bend. That was a might v good plantation, and
there was right smart of bears there too. But
that one thousand acres of laud went into the
Mississippi years ago."
It is. putting no strain upon the figure to say that
great forests of youthful-hope, womanly beauty
and manly strength are swept in the same way
erery year into the great, turbid torrent of disease
and death. Yet it should not be so. That it is so
is a disgrace as well as a loss. People are largely
too careless or too stupid to defend their own in
terests the most piecious of which is health.
That gone, all is gone. Disease is simple, but to
recklessness or ignorance the simplest things
might as well be as a proposition in Conic Sections.
As the huge Western rivers which so often flood
the cities along their shores, arise in a few mount
ain springs, so all our ailments can be traced to im
pure blood and a small group of disordered organs.
The most effective and inclusive remedy for
disease is PARKER'S TONIC. It goes to the
sources of pain and weakness. In response to its
action, the liver, kidneys, stomach aui heart begin
their work afresh, and disease is driven out.
The Tonic is not, however, an intoxicant, but cures
a desire for strong drink. Have you dyspepsia,
rheumatism, or troubles which haie refused to
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Is a type of ca
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aud throat, affecting
the lungs. An acid
mucus is secre'ed, the
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There are severe
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frequents of blinding
headache, a watery
and inOamed state of
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cleansing the nasal passages of catarrhal virus,
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stores the sense of taste and smell. 50c at drug
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Smokers of BUckweU's Genuine
Bull Dnrbam Smoking- Tobacco will
reofeira Premiums ae follows on
tonus and condltions'bere specified:
I At PREMIUM, 35,000
2d U $2,000
3d " $1,000
22 other Premium as bcxeshowa.
The 25 premiums will be awarded
December 23, 1S84. Int Premium
Roes to the person from whom we re
ceive the largest number of our empty
fcobaoco beg prior to DtcAS. 2d will
be Klven for the next largest number
and thus, in the order of the number
of empty bsa reoolvod from each,
to the twenty.flTe Euceeeaful con
testants. Each btw must bear our
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Bags must be done up securely in a
picture, with name and address of
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ed, plainly marked on the onWde,
and must be Bent, charges prepaid, to
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See our next announcement.
Is hereby given that the undersigned Treasurer
of Pettis oounty, Missouri, will receive sealed pro
posals, up to 12 o'ciock noon ot August lbin, inm,
at his office at Bedalia, In said count-, for the pur
chase of the lC0,G0Osix iercent, five twenty Donas
of said county, issued to raise money to build
a court house. Interest payable semi-annually,
i&id bidders to state what they will give for the
whole amount, and nav lor and tafee 525.000 at once.
and the remainder to be paid for and taken from
time to time In suni3 oi not less than giu.ouu as me
money may be needed. The right to reject any
and all' bids being reserved.
JNO. L. HALL,
7-15w-4t- County Treasurer.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned ex
ecntor of the state of Sophia M. Klein, deceased,
will make final settlement of his accounts with said
estate as such executor, at the next term of
the Probate Court, of Pettis county, Mis
souri, to be holden at Setl.nl ia. in said county,
on the 11th day of August, A. D. 1S84.
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
STATE OF MISSOURI,
County of Pettis. J
In the Circuit Court of Pettis County, Missouri,
in Vacation, July 2d, 1SS4. John D. Crawford,
Plaintiff, vs. C. J. J. Leopold, Herman W. Leo
pold and Theodore Leopold, defendants.
Now, at this day come the plaintiff herein, by
his attorneys, Sangree & Lamm, and files his peti
tion and a&davit, alleging, among other things,
that defendants are non residents of the state of
Missouri. Whereupon it i3 ordered by the clerk
of said court, in vacation, that said defendants be
notified by publication that plaintiff has com
menced a suit against them, in this court. The ob
ject and general nature of the petition filed by
plaintiff, in said cause is. to partition section
twenty-hve, township forty-four, range twenty,
in Pettis county, Missouri, among the plaintifFand
the defendants, C.J. J. and Herman W. Leopold,
in accordance with their respective intersts there
in, as set out in the said petition, and to bind the
defendant, Theodore Leopold's mterest in said
land as mortgagee by the judgment renderid, and
to charge upon the one third interest of the de
fendants, C. J. J. and Herman "W Leopold, in said
real eseate, the one third of eighteen hundred and
eighty-eight and 97-100 dollars, expended in the
payment of taxes and advanced by plaintffs gran
tors and assignors to preserve the common interests
of the tenants In common in said land and for any
other and further relief to which plaintiff may be
in equity and good conscience entitled. And un
less the said C. J. J. Leopold, Herman W. Leopold
and Theodore Leopold, be and appear at this
court, at the next term thereof, to be begun and
holdeantthe court house, in the city of Sedalia,
in said county, on the first Monday oi September
next, and on or before the sixth day of said term,
if the term shall so long continue and if not. then
on or before the last day of said term answer or
Elead to the petition in said cause, the same will
o taken as confessed, and judgment will be ren
dered accordingly . And it is further ordered that
a copy hereof be published, according to law, in
the Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, a newspaper printed
and published in Sedalia, Pettis county Missouri,
for four weeks successively, the last insertion
whereof shall be at least four weeks before the
commencement of the said September term, 18S4,
of this court.
B. H. INGRAM, Circuit Clerk.
A true copv from the record.
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STATE OF MISSOURI,
COCNTY OP PKTT1B.
In the Circuit Court of Pettis county, May 19,
1SS4, May Term, 18S4. State of Missouri, ex rel..
M. R. Priest, Collector .l Revenue Within and
for Pettis County Missouri, Plaintiff, vs. George
W. Embree, G. W. llolliday, Geo. F. Bell,
George M. Diven, Belle M. Woolridge, Powhat-
tan Woolridge. Linda is. Woolridge, Henrv M.
Wooiridge, Milly M. Woolridge, and Bettie M.
Now, at this day comes the plaintiff herein, by
his attorney, and filet his petition and affidavit,
alleging, among other things, that defendants, Geo.
W. Embree, G. W. Holliday George F. Bell and
George M. Diven, are not residents of the state of
Missouri. Whereupon it is ordered by the court
that said defendants, be notified by publication
that plaintiff has commenced a suit against them,
in this court, the object and general nature of
which ia to enforce a lein of the state of Missouri,
for taxes for state and county purposes for the
years 1S74, 1875, !S76, 1877, 1S7S, 1879 and 1SS0,
together with interest, penalties and costs thereon
upon the following described premises to-wit : Lot
(11), Block (2) in the city of Sedalia, Missouri.
And unless the said George W. Embree, G. W. Hol
liday, George F. Bell and George M. Diven, be and
appear at this court, at the next tenn thereof, to
be begun and holden at the court house in the
city or Sedalia, in said county, on the first Mon
day of September next, and on or before the sixth
day of said term, if the term shall so long con
tinueand if net, then on or before the last day
of said term answer or plead to the petition in
said cause, the same will be taken as confessed,
and judgment will be rendered accordingly. And
it is further ordered, that a copy hereof be pub
lished, according fo law, in the Sedalia Weekly
Bazoo, a newspaper printed and publish, d in Se
dalia, Pettis county, Missouri, for four weeks suc
cessively, the last insertion waereof Bhall be at
hast four weeks before the commencement of the
said September term of this court.
B. H. INGRAM, Circuit Clerk.
By M. W. Brady, D. C.
A true copy from the record.
W. D. Steel, plaintiffs attorney. 78w4t
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
STATE OF MISSOURI, K
JrKTTIS UOUKTY. J
In the Cireuit Court of Pettis connty, September
term, 1SS4. Susan E. James, plaintiff, vs. Jas
per James, defendant.
Now at this day corns plaintiff, by her attorney,
and files her petition and affidavit, alleging among
other things, that defendant is not a resident of
the state ot Missouri.
Wherefore it is ordered by the clerk In vaiation
that said defendant be notified by publication that
plaintiff has commenced a suit against him in this
court, the object and general nature o! which is to
dissolve the bonds of matrimony existing between
plaintiffand defendant, on the ground of habitual
drunkenness of defendant for the space of one year
and for the further reason that defendant is guilty
of such conduct as to constitute him a vagrant with
in the meaning of the law respecting vagrants, and
unless said defendant be and appear in this court,
at the next term thereof, to be begun and holden at
the court house in the city of Sedalia, in said
county, on the first Monday m September next,
and on cr before the sixth day of said term, if the
term shall eo lo g continue, and if not, then on
or before the last day of said term, answer or plead
to the petition in said cause, the same will be taken
as confessed, and judgment will be rendered ac
cordingly. And it is further ordered that a copy
hereof be published, according to law, in theceda
lia Weeklr Bazoo, a newspaper printed and pub
lished in Sedalia. Pettis county, Missouri, for four
weeks successively, the last insertion to be at least
four week before the commencement ot said Sep
tember term of this court.
B. H. INGKAM, Clerk.
A true" copy from the record.
A. D. Fisher, plaintiffs attorney. 7-8w4t
Whereas. Ruth Persineer by her certain deed o
trust dated the eleventh day of April, 1S32, and
recorded in the recorder's ofiice of Pettis county at
trust and mortgage deed ooek is, page oil, con
veyed to the undersigned trustee all her right, title,
interest and estate, m and to the following de
scribed real estate situated in the county of Pettis,
state of Missouri, viz : Lot nine (9), in block three
(3) in Lesher and Brother's addition to Sedalia,
Missouri, which said conveyance w.13 made in
trust to secure the payment of her certain promis
sory note in said deed described and whereas said
note has become due and is unpaldt according to
its tenor and effect, now therefore, in accordance
with the provisions of said deed of trust, and at
the request, of the legal holder of said note, I shall
proceed to sell the above described real estate at
the court house door, in the city of Sedalia. in
the county of Pettis,"state aforesaid, to the highest
bidder for cash, at public auction, on
WEDNESDAY, the 13th. DAY of AUGUST, 188-1,
between the hours of nine in the forenoon and five
in the afternoon of that day, to satisfy said note,
together with the cost and Expense of executing
this trust. ' O. A. CRANDALL,
Dated this Sthday of Julr, 18S4. 7-8w4t
LIVER COMPLAINTS, o
Because it acts or the LITER, BOWELS and
KIDNEYS at tke sawe tlma.
Because it cleanses the system of the poison
oua humors that develope in Kidney and Uri
nary Diseases, Biliousness, Jaundice, Constipa
tion, Piles, or in UnRnmatfann, Neuralgia,
vous DiBorders and all Female Complaints.
XjTSOJJD PROOF OF THIS.
IT WELL ST7BEL7 CUBS
By carurfng TEEM ACTION of all tha organe
and functions, thereby
CLEANSING the BLOOD
restoring the normal power to throw off disease.
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