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THE NEBRASKA INDEPENDENT. , ;
July 6 1899
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High up In the tower it hunir,
Whore tbe duit of agea duns,
And the spldur'a drirery nwung,
That duep toned, graven ball,
Holding In l(t atltmee meet
Pled(e of lilxnty Complete,
Btern command and promlm twee,
All the waiting land to tell. '.
And the aplre with life wa vi-ated 1
On tha Ixwna the pigeotta nnated.
And the awnlluwa ewift lntiHtud
All the tavna and niche high. ,
Spirits awuiad thy of the tuwar,
Winged notea of peafle and power,
Circling through eanh gunny hour
Prom tha dark bull to tha aky.
fillcnt m a prophet miming
Or a novli aulf shutting.
Through tha air a apull diffunlrg
Bulillo an a aplrit'a breath,
Bung tha bull. And thus it walled
Will in council wrongx wr aluted
And tli patriot stern dflmted
Vhtune of liberty or dwith.
Bndilnnly from out the aplr a,
Bwollliig fullr, olwtrw, liiuliirt
Boll note, nutting hearts allro,
lirolMi the sllllne of the day.
Hhontliig tbounaiid heard tha pealing,
Ltttnd fttwa all reveitllng
Hiddf 11 donps of earnoat feeling
At tha vibrant angle's play.
For thej know by that elaar token
Tluit tha laat atrong plea waa npokon,
That thu EiikIIhU tia waa hroken,
!bn hbI(!u the galling yoke.
Thar wa. insddeat Joy that hour
Of a naoplu born to power,
And fnna out lta high, lomi bower
liraxon tonguod tha big UtH apnke. .
-Hiimh U. Kennedy.
t Columbia whs ber name Columbia
ialpin. "I know it's queer," sbe used
' to explain, "for strangers, when they're
introduced, always stare at me as if I
were some sort of foreigner which I'm
not, thank goodness I But It's the tame
I've got, abd I'm going to try to lite
' Bp to it." 1 ; ,;'"';!; J
1 So Columbia was nothing if not pa
triotic, end her banfe, however odd,
didn't eeem inappropriate. She bad lit
tie neud to duck herself with tbe na
tionul colors which she 00 persistently
' flaunted, for nature bad printed tbe red,
white and .Mae in dawn tints on ber
glowing face, and bright stars shone
there, too, right ont of the blue, to
make all absolutely perfect, She wai
herself our coantry'a fairest, truest em
blera. '-- 7 " , - .';-'- "7
- Dot patriot inn woa at a discount in
' Rostivnl, or flnstyville, a it was insult
ingly nicknamed by it bustling neigh
bore in Newbnrg, just across tbe lake.
For Rustival waa a sour, belated little
country town, which bad aspired to be
onma tha Jocal metropolis and bfcdn't
realizol it ambition. I rciuomber that
when I went there to start a tannery in
1866, tbe year of tbe preliminary eur
.vey fc - the Z. V. and W. It R it waa
impoKai'ble to got a rod of gronnd for
love or money, ao extravagant were tbe
expectation of tbe villagers. But they
bad seen tbe railroad, and tbe connty
cut and all the other good things
' which tbav bad acconnted their own one
by one slip from their grasp and tonible
into the lap of tbeir npstart rival. Tbns
- IioHtival, dwindling and dingy, contin-
- nallv loHinic the more alert of its youth
and retaining only thoue whose shallow,
vnatin uciit found scant encourage-
un!tit elHewhere, bad become the abode
of pwviHh and carping discontent, ripe
" for diHloyalty. The whole conntry waa
going to the dogs that was evident. A
glance at their neglected street, weedy
yards and the white paint scaling from
a straggling'llne of houses was proof
enouKh to this mildewed community,
Naturally, when the war with Hpaln
broke out there was no entbusiaHin. To
be sure, Joel Sloenm, the local poli
tician, made oil to Washington to try
for an appointment, but be soon came
back and reported a generaistate of rot
tennnas. 'Them Spaniards," he declared, "are
goin to lick us out of our boots, and I'm
' bopin it may do us good. Everything's
all at sixes and seven!, and there can't
noUidy git any show txceptin a ruck cf
rich men'a sons."
"'Why dou't you enlist in the ranks
and serve your country that way t" d-
Mf tntt V Utt l " ''
iuaih)4 t4ttW with iaratlitl
kggr tatwaas. "14 fall that Mtt
luba f Wf. tfl SMS l
tansj V-aQaaU'ttt sa4 gtHUis ar. "
rite l ) jtat t tt4 t ntflk,
kf J-l was keiatigtiiarf. "4
gklH4tv4 atitvS) Ml Ik "istaf
ri-nM lUkiMi" V IN td U tb
-ktk rl 4t thaw !
t.ttU eW a4 stki , Nw
4 iim raU, wtilU a4 Uue t
t.sa. t (KitU 1H ! )
tt tlfcsf r ista4MIl It
..til Haaafc A(tS"
Tta ) fHt4 tU lr
y 11 aW " day."
gtl4WftaU;,s aVa UtsKUer
Even the news of the brilliant victory
at Manila fell flat in Rustival.
"Jest happened so," commented
JoeL "Likely tbe Spanish wa'n't lookin
fer no sech fool doln'a way off t'other
side 0' nowhere, And what's the good
on itl Should say we hed savitchea
enough on our ban's a'ready-'specially
with that gal ravin round in her war
paint, makrn a walkin barber pole of
berBelf, Wouldn't mind givin her a few
feathers; though, to help out. She's cor
rm.tin ll tha cala in tbe village." '
For Columbia had indeed succeeded
in firing tbe maidene of Rustival with
something of bcr own spirit. The war
appealed to them-, the element of ro
mance had been sadly lacking in their
lives. They organized a Soldiers' Aid
society, held patriotic meetings, and
sent flowers and dainties to me ooys in
blue in the volunteers' camp near New
burg. They also established a boycott
against tbe disloyal youth of their own
town, though the young men strenuous
ly insisted that it was Just the other
way, and the boycott was on tbe girls.
Anyhow, there was a great dearth of
parties," and "sparking" was at a
Then, as an offset to the bated volun
teers at Newburg, these brave lads
formed a company of "Home guards."
"Fer right here's where ye're goin to
h nctfldfld nova. " asseverated Joel, "and
purty soon too. , Fancy tbem crazy
gals'll haul in some 0' their striped tog
gery when once tbey see tbe Spaniards
marchin into town."
Bnt when this devoted troop of de
fenders paraded tbe streets tbe girls
acoffed at tbem openly, and from day to
day the bitterness grew, Finally, as the
Fourth of July drew near, the men
nnanimously voted that tbey would
bava no celebration. "It 'ud j?st be a
farce and a humiliation at sicb a season
as this," Joel assured tbem. "An ye
better keep yer yes peeled, boys, fer
It's more'n likely tbem striped petti
coots'll t ont fer mif;bj?f."
And, in very tratji, thil Ma ayed
daughter of Revolutionary rebels and
Scotch Covenanters was not tbe sort of
olrl to bear an insult tamely least of
all, an insult to ber flag. And now
personal grievance waa added, for some
of tbe chivalrous bumpkins bad deemed
it a clever joke to break into ner garaen
at night, uprooting tbe flowers and
trampling 'down tbe beds-"exactly
what a drove of bogs would have done,"
sbe cried, with angry tears, when she
aaw it. And this utterance didn't tend
to increase her popularity. J
Following close on the beela of this
feat of vandalism, the announcement of
the no celebration resolution provoked
i,w t,t indignation in tbe Soldiers'
Aid society, which waa a fine display of
fireworks in itself. v
"That shows them for Just what they
aremean spirited, cowardly traitors,','
broke forth the warlike president, ber
cheeks ontflamlng her costume. "I
don't wonder they sympathise with the
Spaniards, for they aren't one bit more
civilized, insulting women and sneak
ing about at night to get revengel But
two can play at that game, I guess, and
if the men won't celebrate their own
country's Independence dsy, we'll make
a celebration ourselves, girl. I'd like to
see them try to stop us.'
So the rest of the afternoon was spent
in plotting. Giant crackers and other
fireworks were to be secretly procured
and set off in various places at tbe first
tan of midniuht. The church bell was
to be rung as usual, and two strong
armed fjirlswere detailed for this duty.
One artful damsel undertook to get pos
sesion of the Home guards' big drum
and beat it "only Ixhall have to make
up with Joe a little," sbe protested,
pnekering her lips. Others promised to
blow boms and conchs. But tbe great
act was to be the firing of the cannon,
and this tbe adventurous Columbia re
served for bernelf.
"They'd never believe we could do
that, bnt I've watched tbem lots of
times, and I know wo can. 1 shall want
you, Hilda Graham, to help me, and
you. Mamie Miller. The three of us
can manage it, I'm sure."
This cannon was a rnstio relic of the
Mexican war procured from the govern
ment for Fcurtb of July purposes in the
days when Rustival esteemed itself a
model of patriotism. It was kept boused
in an open shed at the top of a slight
rise of ground just outalde the village.
"We won't try tn move it down,"
said Colnmbia. "We'd best sbeot It on
ritfbt wlwre it stauds."
At laat the niubt of great events nsa
roiue to l aixnaliied by a new revolt
aiinliwt ovirWariwg tjrauny. All Rus
tival was aalwp apparently cept
Jorl Hloiniu. who niiily ped bis
forth and listened at tha gat, atill
haunted by vague apprehensions aneol
tbrm striped pHUroata." '
Hud.bnly the still moonlight was
niaried by the sharp clsog U a tU i
n.l afttr rnitl ratin out with tlaabirg
ud diKHdut pitt lpiunry. like a fir
alarm. Thn tkr bunt Iwrlb an uu-
tarthly alirilliog aal a-juawsio
Uiti sn t roiM ha, sl siinnapwy
aputlnlhg slid Uawgingt.f nmtsckets
nil diiiwutii.ti. Joel inalnHj lolo turn
Itrctt, to N artd by lb aiaaiag t
U I mottatiba rvkt, tad th wtl
tare sail eipUI4 4 apuiw -
aJMiwaJ litu tbat tha sti4 "tU-
iwUkita" wr sbttiKlaaUy in svt-
t u raaiH-H tnm lb bill Jolting tb
ear s4 !HlM the wl4w lka
wtb Its .rwiH'Mwl.,
MaaIW tbe fair artilWif
re aiaadisg t tiritta4 titawpM If
tbtf fMiM !.
tWuagsl t lm bkwt) U
,!," vitu4 Maiuia, stlU 4akia
tvl vu 4i4 t stsj Wbl4 It,
(lauiky. Tbat was Hal t4v t4
fnVNtasnt it $ k k.
Hs ti e kit M WW tttfbt Uiva
ttk W kttMetMKtl
A4 Wa t tbe small frfartly
fl ' ctM lUll. iM,
"I tsibaf Uk tbe ti4! ftpv
ADVICE. jti XtiVi
der myself," answered Columbia stout
ly j but she. too, choked and sneezed.
'Now for another one!" shouted
Mamie. "Hurry up Clumby, before
anybody comes I But we've hardly any
newspaper left for wadding. I'd no
idea tbo old thing would take so much.
What will we dot"
"I've Been the boys use grass," re
plied the resourceful captain. "There's
plenty of that."
So, with Btraining arms and heroic
disregard of grime, they pulled their
heavy ordnance back into position and
filled it nearlv to tbo muzzle with arm
fnl of dewv araes, ramming it borne
with nil their strength.
"Don't be afraid. They always fill It
clear up' panted Columbia, breatn
lnsei with ber exertions.
Yb didn't forget to put In tbe
Bowilert" ' -
"Not I" she responded. "Tbat
would be a trirl trick, wouldn't itt"
, At that moment sboSt were heard
at the foot of the hill. She hastily ad-
Inated the nrimlnir and sprang to her
feet. A throng of dark, gesticulating
figures were pressing up tbe slope, Joel
Blocnm at the bead of the column.
"Yon tuave alone that cannon lM
bellowed as he cantered toward them
Some Thlnaa to Avoid Doing; on tha
Don't set off fireworks ou your front
fence. It is likely to blacken the paint,
and your neighbor's fence will answer
every purpose. vv "
Don't stand in irons or tne cannon
when you touch it off, and, what a
better, don't touch it off. It is a dan-,
gerous operation, and it is bettor to let
some friend attend to it. ' '
Don't try to take in all tbe things
that are going on unless yon are count
ing on a few days' vacation iu bed.
Don't attend tbe literary exercise
with anticipation of serene pleasure,
The person who fires the cracker is the ,
only person who thorongmy enjoys tue
noise it makes. It is 5 same with the
man who shoots off hi month,
Don't look upon the lemonade when
it is red unless there be something in
it to prevent its disagreeing with yoa.
Don t go about toning every ooay
what you used to do on Fourths lang
syne. There is only one Fourth of July
that anybody is interested in nameiy,
tbe present one.
Don't make honures wim a pouuu or
two of powder in your pocket, xon
may wish you badn t. ? '
Don't go for a drive nnles you are
acquainted with the horse and he is
callous to firecrackers.
Don't growl because there Is so tnncn
noise in the air, You wore once a boy
Don t go away from nome nuioas you
are obliged to go. '
Don't yoa wish it wa all oven ax-
A Woody Fourth.
July 4, 1778, was a day of butchery.
A force of Hetieea Indians and Britlsb
descended upon the beautlf ul Wyoming
valley, on thj Susquehanna river, xue
men had irone off to war, and only wom
en and children were left, with a few
aged and infirm men. Tbe fort were
captured, and over uw persons were
slaughtered by tbe savage allies, Every
dwelling wa uornea.
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MABI you PADLT IIUHT, SWBKTIlIaBTf" 81 j
Ilka an anorrv bull. "Ye shoot that
gun again and I'M have yon jailed."
"Pot 'era under the pump I" bawled
another of the gallant party,
"Look out for yourselves! It go
inal" rang out the shrill, sweet treble
of tbe captain, keyed to concert pitch
hv tntariHa excitement. ' ' '
Tha fuse was already sparkling and
anittins Brushes of fire. She stood in it
fltfnl liabt. aalow with color. Then the
air was rent with a thunderous detona
tion and both tbe cannon and it in
elnatBsr shed bad vanished. n
filocnm was bit full and fair by tbe
huge wad of pulpy grass. , Lucky for
bim be was no neurerl Stained green
from bead to foot, be lay writhing and
rnsrinir like a blistered snake.
"Sha'aa-killiu folks," be yelled. "Sbe
fired riirbt at us. Tar and feathers is too
stood fer her," and the crazed mob took
tjd the crv. '
Tint the drls also bad vanished. The
two aids had fled in shrieking panic,
but as the storm of threats broke upon
her. Columbia stauaered to her feet,
ernriitii for sunDort. a little stream of
llnnd trickling: from her forehead,
stand buck." sbe said, faintly. "Don't
you dare touch me."
"Stand buck, you scoundrels 1"
A clear, strong, menacing voice came
liba nn echo, as with a reveille of hoof
bPta from the farther slope of tbe hill
TcnDi cavalrv cfflcer. closely followed
by a squad of bis men, drew rein beside
ber. He lifted the girl to toe saaaje anu
drew a bin revolver.
"This gun shoots lead," he warned
theui. "Don't you advance another
step. I suspected there might be trouble
tonight in a despicable little town where
tbey respect neither country nor wom
"Are yon badly hurt, sweetbeartt"
be asked tenderly, as tbey rode away.
"No, Ediuuud, only a little gash on
my temple just a scratch," she whis
pered, but sbe was shuddering uncon
trollably. "Anyhow," he responded stifling a
soldier's oath, for be was still brtt with
wrath "you shall ti;jbt no more fights
with the cravrn trailers of Rustival If
you will go to war, Columbia, yon shall
go with me." Pittsburg Dispatch.
m tMury Fowrtha,
Jo the year l:t a change in the
manner of the c Miration took place.
There was still the noly demonstra
tion, with guns and N-Ua ami prw-es
aious inariliiiignpand d wo the struts,
but new features were added. Tbe
were orations by leading men and a
dinner w rv4 grntiV on many a village
or rtty routumn for 'b 1 row da. Among:
tha tr.ai.ta w ta "Tha fltited HtaWe."
"The ltealdrHt." "Tha iVnatitntbtn,"
"(twirg Vahiiixton." and. t,f ruur
"The Ifcuighbi t AnutWa." The
dinners tf UUrat, and we ate In
f.iruiwl tbat 'KijoirrU tbkkeaa,
rtru. the vgitl ! vf tha teaactt"-
tnd ibtilMi Urga qnanttie tl the
drtbkabh-e U vtbivb 1U falhtra at the
ltvtdtio were, are afraid, hot
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Strychnine, 25c a bottle Hlue Vitrol,lb.
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White Lead, S. P $6.00 per cwt. 4 ,
Pure boiled Linseed Oil, 50c a gallon. Varnish
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Golden Machine, per gallon ; . . . . .25c
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Play, WUI xuey ibu tuumv "
term "wawr nreworas. - hubo
tended to make a display on tbe surface
of tbe water. Tbey are ignited by a
.Ia fnna and when thrown into tne
water they burn, after a snort wuiu, ;
with wonderful effects in color and mo
tion. Tbe varieties are known as Imps,
dolphins, witches, devlla, snakes, vol
canoes, fountains ana paueriKa.
'Spanish Jugglery" is tne name m
new piece, which can be used cn wo
water, It is built on tne pian m au iu
flowerpot, and is to be need principally
In li.wn ehiliitlons. It SlBliawui vj
pouring out a geyser of Are and winds
' i.i . i. 4Uat aanda a num.
ter of flying pigeons into the air 800
feet. The gyrations of the pigeons and
the beauties of tbe circle of fire with
which they surround themselves la re
markable. V iir.n
In tbe same class are tha "Devil
Among the Tailors," which ia a foun
tain of beautiful lights i "Jack in the
Dox," that pours forth a glory of colors,
and tbe "Colored Saucissons," wbicb go
biasing and squirming over tbe ground
like a pack of enraged serpents. These
are floated out to sea upon a board or
raft. --.: ::
The day shell is used in daylight ex
hibitions, and is probably tbe most in
genious contrivance of its kind that
ever came across the water, for it is of
rhineaa nrlifin. It is a cylinder, about
four inches in diameter, covered at both
extremities. It Is thrown from a mor
tar to a height of about 400 feet At
nititnifa the cylinder explodes, re
leasing a large figure made of light
tuhrir that ia inflated witn not air ris
ing from the powder that burns in small
mm anani'iidud from the underside cf
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inks the forms of various animals, and
the float in tha air for a long time,
r,vi falllmr until tha hot air is e-
bausted. Boston Tratmcrlpt
Kcboolmaatet-So, then, tbe reptile is
., UMtnra which dots not aland on leet,
and moH kloDir bf crawlio on the
ground. Can auy one of you boys name
urn such n mature? ...
Johppy-rieaae, sir, my baby brother.
i..tiwWh.t do see above us
hi-a a go out on a clear day?
Ilrluht fe-hnlkr We tha blue aky.
"I'.irrMit: kail what do SI W above
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we KBHWiy see nn omurriin.
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THE IH Llllftll FLOUIC UILLS
MtuaUd at N'mth and V streets are now rejwly lor buslnew. We give la
lor good CO Ib, whaat S'J pouoas 01 lancy uoor-pursBwi, u "-
Try a sack of "Honest Abe" Flour.
Warranted to equal the best.
AU first-class grocers
'T ' " ' 'keep it. a .-:
C. SSBILBY & SOU.
Los Anrjoloo and Roturn, 058
T Irl lt nn t ilr llUltl tth to lulvSth. Sjq. Rc
turn limit September 4 b l ull Information a
tide trip, drive, route., .top-over, etc a Wo lookl
dcictjpttvti cf CalifomU upon application.
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