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THE SEDAIJA WEEKLY BAZOO, JULY 22, 1890.
3 GEN. JOHN C. FREHONT. A Sketch of the Eventful Life of the ''FaTlifiiKler." Johns Charles Fremont va3 !orii in Savannah. Ga., January 23, 1813. ihe age or 15 he entered Charleston College: from this institution he was expelled on account of his inattention and frequent absences. After this he obtained employment as a private teacher of ma' hem tics, and in 1633 lie became mathematical instructor on the sloop of war Natches. After a two years' cruise on this vessel he was appointed mathematical professor of the United States frigate Indepen dence, tie soon nicd of the se, and enjrajr-d as a surveyor and engineer on a rail road line betwe'-n C'har'est n and Augusta. Ga. In ISoo he acc mran- ied 31. Nico let in explorations t.f the j. i .1 . couniry ot-iweeu tne iiiS;Oun anti the British line, and while thus en gaged received a commission from President Van Buran as second lieu tenant in the corps of typogr idiical engineers. Under the instructions from the war department he in 1841 explored the Rocky Mountains and ascended the highest point of the vma xuver Mountains, since known as .bremonts Peak. On his return from this expedition he planned another, comprising the survey or the then unknown territory lying between the Rocky Mountains and the Pacific Coast. He set out in May, 1843, with thirty-nine men, traveled 1700 miles to the Gieat Salt Lake, of which no accurate account had ever be&n given and then jour neyed to the upper tributaries of the Columbia, whose val ley he descended to Van cmver.JigSfarting to return he trav eled southeast through an unknown region found himself in the niid-t of winter in a desert and without food, and to save hia men was forced to cross a high range of mounta:ns in order to reach Sutter's Fort, on the Sacramento river, where lie anived in March, 1843, he and his men re duced almost to ake etons, and over half of his horses dead. He arrived in Kansas on his return in July, 1844, having been gone four teen months. The following year he expl red the maritime region ot Ore gan and California, and while on this expedition he was ordered to watch over the interests of the United States in Californ;a, there being rea son to apprehend that the Mexican General Castro intended to destroy the American seflements on the Sac ramento. The settlers flocked to Fre- t mont s camp, and under his leader ship all Northern California was freed from Mexican authority. On July 4. 184, he was elected governor of California by the settlers, and soon afterward was appointed military commandant of the territory. In connection with Commodore Stock ton he forced the Mexicans to capitu late, terminated the wTar in California, and left that country permanently in the possession of the United States. Gen. Fremont was the first presi dential nomiuee of the republican party, being defeated by Mr. Buch anan. At the breaking out of the civil war he was appointed major gen eral and assigned to the command of the western district. Gen. Fremont was married in 1841 to Miss Jessie Benton, daughter of Senator Thomas H. Benton, of Missouri. A few7 months ago he was placed on the re tired list with the rank of major gen eral. Since the war he has made his residence in New York. WcELREE'S WINE OF CARDUi for Weak Nerves. A If lffti Setter. Mr. Daniel ATeff, who lives about three miles southeast of here, was in town last Wednesday and to a Bustler reporter he stated that he had a hen that layed, set and hatched in a hol low tree about twenty feet from the ground. The chickens dropped out of the nest when hatched and were not hurt by their fall. When he left home on Wednesday morning five had fallen to the ground and he said he did not know how manv were still in the nest. Slater Rustler. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Tfee Glaatcrs Scre4 Tbem. Dr. T. E. White, assistant state veterinarian, who returned yesterday from Hannibal, was called there by a scare on account of glanders. The disease broke out on the south side of the city, and before his arrival it had been found necessary to kill one val uable hone. The affected animal had been watered at the public fountain, and as a fear was entertained that the disease would become epidemic, Dr. White was hastily summoned. There are several cases ot glanders in differ ent portions of the state, hut nothing to be alarmed about. HLACK.DRAUtKT tea mm rmtJjiMw. Washing Clothes ordeanine house with ordinary soap is like roiiin- At: heavy stone up nil!; it tkkes mai n strength an d a ood deal of it. The same work with Pearlhie is like rolling "the sicne. down hill it's easy; quick; true; goes right to the mark ; and ylth very little iab -it. Ai! dirt must beiore i l.i : ' L i A i: 11 drudery the vav). 1 "t -Tit sc worthy a tgK. -- done W AH !n docs it no!: hurt the hand, clothes or pdnt? " x We toll -ou it don't hut we ar- interested (as well as you ) so ask your friends who use it ; you'll find most of then: do; the annual consumption is' equal to about three packages a year for every family in the land. But letter yet get a package (it costs but a few pennies, and every grocer keeps it), and try it for yourself your gain will be larger than ours. X? TTTn4 Peddlers end some unscrupulous grocers ere offering if P VV A lP inntaaoiu which they claim to be Pearline, or " the V V Ci, V- same as Pearline." IT'S FALSE they are not, and besides are dangerous. ls8 JAMS pyLE Two Distinct Lines to Chicago, Are given the traveler from Soutk-ni Missouu, by the Burlington Eoute. One to Hannibal, over the M., K. & T. R. H., whence the Burlinston so;id vestibule train, the "Eli," takes up the through sleeper and speeds it to ifs destination. The other route is made over the H. and St. J. R. R. from Kansas City, from which point this famous train, the "Eli" starts. This is the Kansas City-Chicago fiver, the passenger m Chicago m time for business the next moming, having served both supper and breakfast in dining cars, which are acknowledged by all to be the best, west of Chicago. The Builington route (K. C. St. J. & C. B. R." K.) from Kansas Ciiy, gives through service to Minneapolis and St. Paul, leaving Kansas City in the forenoou, the through Bufitt sleeper via. Council Blufts, arrives in the "twin cities" in time lor breakfast the nest morning. This line runs two mRprninftpnt frflins thrnncrh tr n a: z r 7., i;niinml Kliitta unrt llmflha Hoiltr nno. &j .1 - nnnn nnn nne. m t.h Prpntnor omoinn' . . . utj i especciveiy in me evening ana morn- ing. Both oi these trains have the J, "VT i senger service a model of comfort and I magnmcence. mn For further information, address C. H. Boardman, traveling passenger agent, i?ort Worth, lexas, or A. C. Dawes, Genl Pas. and Ticket Agt., ot. Joseph Mo. Memphis Route KANSAS CITY, FORT SCOTT & MEMPHIS E. R. Offers you the most pleasaut and de u?: sirable route to Kansas City and a11 points hiast, .North and West ; to Memphis and all points Sonth. At Kansas City, connections are made at Union Denot with all through trains for Chicago, St. Louis and the East , St. Paul, Denver, San Francisco, Portland and the West aud Northwest. Via this line, entire tram witn Free reclining Chair Car and Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car runs through to Memphis lenn. Ih rough Reclining Chair Car, (Seats Free) Kansas City to Birmingham; through coacn ivausas oity 10 jonstoi, via Uhat tanooga and Knoxville : Pullman : Buffet Sleeping Car, Kansas City to New Orleans. There is no other di rect route from the West to Jackson ville, Chattanooga, and all Sonthern cities. nis rouie, via noxie, is over one hundred niles the shortest line to Lit tle Rock and Hot Springs ; the short and cheap route to Fayetteville, Ben- tonville, .kureka bprmgs, Fort Smith and all points m Arkansas. Write for large map and time tables, showing through connections. Before purchasing your ticket call upon a ticket agent of this company, or write to the undersigned for rates. Special rates and arrangements for parties and their movables, going south to locate. Send for a copy of the Mirssoui and Kansas Fasmeb, giving; full infor mation relative to the cheap lands of ooumwesc xmasoun. aunea tree. J. E. Lockwood, Genl Pass. & Ticket Agt., . Kaasas City, Mo. -CtrUrT Little Iim PUlt will to found aa cxoellent Ttmdj ftr tick bead ache. ThtuaaBda of lettars froM ptopk who hrnvs used thta proyt this fast Aik ftor draffiit for thase4 1 y 9 ih'.-ft. by GO"5 i' A TAIL HOLD. Blaine Twists the Appen dix to the British Lion. New York, July 17. The Herald's Washington sp?cial says it is under- the! Lord Salisbury, which has not yet been la'd b-fore parlhuueiit. Tho lou ter is sa:d to b of ihe 'jingo" type, It is lull of AmericauUm, and twists the lions tail without mercy. 'Pnllins- ilie Rooster-" . . ' , . , maiu streei or ooioraonviiie last wees rooster." inis consists ot ourying a rooster in the middle of the street iu lug uiiuuio ui Liic suwi leaving his head and neck protruding frnm the prnnnd. and the horsemen eo-round. and the horsemen j . , 'i, i . P . . pn rlen vnri n o-tn null him from htntenn.l j r. . i u- j snppn It. i5 n verv hnrn thinor tn nn I wrw - & j I as tne rooster, wno nas no love ior tne sport, invariably dodges his head i T 7" Aur "w of the horsemen, who were riding at inil "1 . T full sneed towards each other, had a co iision, tneir horses coming together fke a battering iking both riders into the ram, knocking air One of the horses had a shoulder dislocated, and one of the men was badly injured by going against the horn of the saddle with terrible force. The horn of the saddle wjs hrnlrnn Tlin mnn wn: In rrronf orrrttiv for seveml hours. He nttended W & - A U W tl 1 t. -A- L. 1.1 .1 ttmnrrh lrii t bruised internallv. will nrobablv re- cover. Such furious ridiu" should not be permitted in the streets of Sol- omonv Nile, and it is t be hoped that the proper officers will prevent it in the luture. Solomuviile (Ariz.) Bulletin. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. A Magnet lor Gold. mi i . jnat certain suostances Jiave an attraction for gold was publicly dem- onstrated to-day in the presence of a large number of prominent citizens, A. V. Uhellis, inventor of the elec- trical mineral ball, having been chal- lenged to prove that the attraction of the ball for precious metals could be , mathematically demonstrated, placed trnlH in nnA nn nf tUoenolaa Violonrl it, ana Holding the hall near the pan containing the gold caused the scales to deflect. He proved that the at- traction of the ball equaled one grain for each 810 of gold. Small particles of gold, gold dust and gold leaf flew to the ball as iron filings will to a magnet. San Francisco Call. Til PalDit and the Sfjiee. Eev. F. M. Shront, Pastor United Breth- ren tmrca. Jbloe Monnd. Kansw. aan: "I ieei it my amy to tell what wonders Dr. 1 ,- . : " iSLing'a New Diaoorerr has done for me. Mylunga were badly diaeaaed, and my parishioners thonzht I oonld live onlr a lewwealK. 1 took five bottles of Ur. Xinrg I Vi?i d m nnd lad well I Arthur Lore, Huager Lore's fanny folks Combinttion. writPK "After thor- !!fLtof UiT f 1 Ola Ki liTcnZ TTirTebe T vt HndnJsYn df my ax7 tSttd friends is to nne them to trj it Free tnei bottles at Mrtz A Hele's Drue stor. ti.m cnl ii, m r 1, . , w xwgajix lues ovc ana f l.w. i ters in nifitory. ' BSQII TRADE 7 & THE GREAT J Crnr? Pp.-tttlv .od Pz?.ta:,t: L XJ X 23 Jk. G- O 5 illu'uiiiatisin, Heatlaclic, Toothache, SPRAINS, Neuralgia, Sr (SLliixizs, Frost-bitcs, 23 JEZ U I S S THE CHARLES A. VOGELER CO.. Baltimore. H. J10. PRESS ASSOCIATION. Its Forth-Coniiiifir -Heeling at HaunibiU, August 19. The Proposed Yellow stone Park Excursion. Ihe Missouri Press Association will hold its annual meeting in Hannibal on August 19-22 next. An interest- ing program has been prepared and a large attendance is expected. The 1 meeting will consider many subjects of practical interest to the profession, Members of the Dress and their wives i urt r 5,, nn , 4. wi'l be iurnisheu iree transportation p ...... . r ,Jr . from any point in Missouri to Hanm- bal and return by sending their names and S3 membership fee to J. West nrt,i;n (,nvrfl:nn,j;n cnn,nfn, o -j v -.-. . ., x. Sed,ha, Missouri. At the meeting the subject of advertising and legsla- uuu aiiu mauy u:uei ujuners 01 viLii importance to every publisher will be considered, and all will find it of pet- , - A , . 1 S'jnal profit to be present. At the ce of the session the mem- o;rs win iase an excursion to raut, Ye lt.wstone Park, flebna, Sab Lake and Denver. It will consume 17 daYS and the cost to each person i 1 not J xooxt 57o. XKo trip will bp by Pull - man Palace sle'p rs. and will be un- usually interesting. A considerable number have already signified their purpose to go upon this excursian. It is necessary for all who contemplate going to notify the undersigned im- " , c . , 5 filhllfr lln rn nnlv . fi(ia riV" Sa i Zi o 0j;fn:e -i -li-a.j An r-j" rt n v ill iwii w iiis ikU If -T. . . . .K f :. T , ... F. De emiuea IO the Decent OI tne excur- . oenu notincation at once if you m . J fenri going E. W. Stephens. Columbia, Mo., July 10, 1890. 4 RAIN MAKFR oil. n,..,, r to t Tlie UelnSlun of an Insane By at Nevada. Nevada, Mo., July Id. James rr i .i -i o ii . tt- t nowara, ine 10-year-oiu son oi a. n. Howard, of Lnke tj.vnship, this county, who has been deranged for county, wno nas been deranged tor - several years, and was at one time ?onnnea m the insane asylum liere, !elt ll,s .latller s house bunday morn- ,L' .sa'luS ne was S01Dr t0JmnS on :l ra,n 10 save u!e crol)S: e went to a country church near by, which he set on hre, and theu started a blaze in a number of hay stacks ha'f mile away He was detected and arrested. He declared thaiit was his intention to have burned all the hay in the neigh- hood, and also the new town of Rich- ii aras m order to bring on a rain, Howard was taken at once before the probate court and again sent to his old quarters in the iusaue asylum. 1 T U,T , y c , .e,M: . f i0.n- J; H- Boil 1S. m receipt tt lv-,uliir Arom tue urebiueut cr tne ""ttru UA. Ulirf.fs f universuy or WlSSOUri, Which Calls attention tO rr w xwCUWl- ve a5d. senator to appoint a cadet to umnuij ucpuiuuBut ui me um- vers!ty at Columbia. The appoint- ?1 mu? De maae auring tne niomn i:u aD? 13 o; vai?e n siu- ucr UA"e univeraiy wno aesirea io cmcV . .luu!lr ueuaruuBiiu xer- ouiib ucimug miormanon on me suo- jectsnouia consult our represetatives, - i T I 1 1, , . H- Bothwell and W. F, Tuttle, or ocuawr iwuuaruaon. Did you ever atop to think that there is anything remarkable name of eicrhteen lpftpra wIipta tbv i compose bo!h the ri "d SeluVJ ' 3 .V. I Dme? Note the following remirk We hst : -Lucius DomituB Nero, Chnrtopher lumhui, Nicholis Co- t0! W eipe Eman- uel Swedenhorg Napoleon Bonipart Md Jme3 Abram fearfield. Tfieae Vftn men th an eighteen let- ter name, axe the heet known nhinn. err? ftE JESSE JA3LES. Some Trails of the Outlaw's Char actcr Kelated by Friend. a "Jesse James, the 3i is utri hau;li. ! possessed many manly ijtmlities," fVc"-' ingly exchiimed Uucle 13ick Hendi-- rni at the Brunswick last eveninir. "i knew inm well. He 'a3 turnea mio a Nemes's after the Piukrtons throw the bomb through the window of the Samuels residence and blew off the arm of J e's mother. Ever aft?r that occurance both Frank and Jee declared wir to the knife on the Pil kertou men. Th killing of Je -e Jamts bv Bob Fmd was the coward -v ..v i 7. l t..T i! r ! Bb wasn't 'eating regularly' when Jesse took him to bis Lome iMve him shelrer a: d fo id, ai.il t-eated him well. One day when Jes e was dust ing on a picture and h d his back ... i d t. r.i., rr mi. knmv lhat hut vftp fft. people ever learned what picture Jesse was dusting oft when he got his wound, tt was the large pict- ure f hui3 o1?', Wie-Iiaircd mother whom he loved dearly, in 0ne robbery at Blue Cut, when the James gang went through the train Jes3e led lne W and relieved the passengers ot their valuables rr f & ui i He came up to one woman m black, who wa3 sobbing bitterly. Jesse stopped and inquired ihe reason of her sorrow. As she handed him SU ingreenbacks she cried out convul- sively: 'Its all I have m the world. Mv in9hftnf.s cornse is in the ba. g8ge car.5 Tears came to the eyes of me irain-roouer. cromg uowu mto his pocket he returned the S70 and fdti?d two crisp S100 bills to it which he torced the widow to a-'copt. He w , rf k or au oId gry-hbired woman either. He one t00k an overcoat oti his own back iu the streets of Liberty, Mo., and gave if to a mr Rhivetin.r ohl manthjit. hnA h o't turnpri nut in t.hpp. .Id bv an J ungrateful son-in law. I could nume mmv nfhpr icf rP; "Lifle J(e James the on of the deal bandit, is making oure an in- c.me out of the sile ot pebbles from bis father's grave to tourists who fre- mia..f tUnM umacWaf xrnnn i -..w uuwiu a. iMo. Mrs. Jessie James is a pretty, ?"T S.lruJ T"-V I 7. me uevouon 01 uer nusDana it r w i o, , , f JL1 nerJDU!eTf r liume uruuK, uiiu was at au umes kind Pnd attentive Yt he I hiuu aiiu BlieilUVc. let ne as criminal in the eye3 of the law and finally met an ignominious death by being shot in the back by paid assas sins of Gov. Crittenden. "I tell you I believe in supersti tion," concluded the speaker. "Charley Ford killed himself. Bob Ford is now a tramp on the face of the earth. His blood money is spent and he i3 despised even by criminal, Gov. Crittenden is dead politically and only recently failed in business. Jesse James the victim of their con- sniracv. sleens neacefullv in the little church vard at Kearnev chamed with . . o more crimes than lie ever committed Hs devoted widow is a living monu ment to his devotion as a husband -- even though all the world nmv de spise his memory as a haunted bandit who met untimely death from a man who accepted shelter beneath his roof. -Denver Kepublican. Wl r . - .1. jLiicie is more caiarrn in tms sec- tiu f the country, than all other diseases put together and until the ast few years was supposed to be in- curable. lor a great many years the doctors pronounced it a meal disease, and prescribed local remedies, and In- constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be con stitutional disease, and therefore re quires constitutional treatment. Hah's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure in the market. it i3 taken internally in dnsPS nf 1 0 rfrnna tn a f oacnnfu I Tf aCiS U!rectly ou ttie biood and muc 0us surfaces of the system. They of- ler one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address. p. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. jggold by Druggists, 75c. Kgr Q. Mills at Maryvllle. Maryville, Mo., duly 17. Hon. Koger Q. Mills, of Texai. delivered a two-hours speech here yestarday afternoon, at the Fair Grounds, fie house. He confined himself largely . x iu -i VmD CAlcul uueouuu, ana hTZ' nVJ' His mdience wm luge, numhering .Knut 10.000. hnt a cwv nunvnl licans heard him. After he had con- eluded, Hon. B. P. C. Wilton, rep- rwenUtiTe in Conptm from thii (the Fourth MiMonri) Jijtrict, followed in an hour7 speech, dtroted to a diicui- ; wvu ui i,uo wuw UVblfCVU UlC IWO PMt wjf-tsspecific J?Oj? renovating the entire system, eliminating ail Poisons from the Blood, whether cf scrofulous or ynaiarial origin, this prep aration has no equal. . . "F r e:ghtn mentis I had cik eai:tg; s rc c my tongue. I -was treated j It st local physicians, but obtained it" rclf- ihe sere gradually grrw ivor:e. I finally iocsz S. S. S.. and zvas entirely atrtd after ustng a Jew bottles? C. J5. Mi Le.more, Henderson, Tex. -6- TREATlSIIon iihxxi andSiia Diseases mailed free. The Swift Sx'ECific Co.. Atlanta, Ga. k inatio:al DiJsoiiArE. 3Irs. Harrison and lrs. Cleveland Come to Blows The Latter Killed. Boston, Mas., July 15. Mrs, Cleveland and Mr?. Harrison came to blows, and Mrs. Cleveland was seri ously hurt, in fact she died soon after ward, and Mrs. Harrison was arrested on suspicion of having killed her. The two women live in a tenant house at No. 5 Troy street, and got into a squabble over the subject of hanging out clothes on the root of the "white house", as the place is called by the police When Mr. Cleveland came home he fuund Mrs I Cleveland lying on the floor, her head resting against a sofa, with both eyes blackened, and a huge discoloration over the right eye. Mrs. Cleveland said, as her husband entered the room, "they have killed me," and in re ."ponse to hi3 inquiry as to who had done it, repl:ed, "Mrs. Harrison and Mrs. G: rathy." Mr. Cleveland reported t-e case to the police, and Mrs. Har rison and her companion were arrest ed. Mrs. Cleveland grew rapidly worse, fainting fits followed, and in a few hours she was dead. An autopsy was held, and when Mrs. Harrison and her companion were arraigned in court this morning the medical ex aminer stated that the death was from natural causes. The poUce gave all concerned a hard name, particularly the Clave lands and Harrisons. They state that there has been ill-feeling between the two families for some time, and that about six months ago Harrison was arrested for assault and battery upon Cleveland, and sentenced to pay a fine of $10 and costs. For the care of the inflamation and congestion called "a cold in the head" there is more potency in Ely's Cream Balm than in anything it is possible to prescribe. This prepar ation nas tor years past been making a brilliant success as a remedv for cold in the head, catarrh and hay fever. Used in the initial stages of these complaints Cream Balm pre vents any serious development of the: symtoms, while almost numberless cases are on record of radical cures of chronic catarrh, alter all other modes of treatment have failed. DK.LR DUC'S PEKIOD1CAL PILLS, FROM. France, a2t only upon treuerative organs and pot:vIy cure suppression of the menses (faota wnatever cause) and penodcal trou tries pecular 10 women, n ae. reiiaolc remedy, trarrented to p ouiote "nienstrutatfon. Should not be usad durm;; pregnancy. The lan?eproportioa of illnesa to wh'ch ladies are liable is tne direct result of a diaordrwd or irregular menstruation. Pre:e, 32, or three tor S3. American pill Cotnp.my, Royalty Proprietors, Spencer, I. The public anl trada Supplied with the genuine pill only by Otis W, mith,916 East Third St. .Sedalia, wholesale and retail agent. S-ld&wly me ox-o doc 1- fttAftn i j o wiicioie and w'' e "n--u u not as nnreaenti..i c.i DR. WARD & CO mW7HWOW 7HJtSMMTOfCn0 j haiites golden srecmc it me (fre Im mtum af Mffae r.r tra. tm neetWMTy. It is absolately harmlsM aad Fff book amrtamlaOT W.E. Bard, Druggist, Sedalia, Mo. FAILS. It ODMttil ma nnltfl. 75;.f!ff KNO FOR OUPI CATALOUCii FHICIS ATUS ENGINE WOWS, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. u &