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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 11, 1892)
Jrssqus but plebeian
lead, Kate (irnsaaway
"yare for while desiring
.'madding crowd'' and
ya atresia, Miss Green-
elected to livt within
jr publisher and lias
!at Ilampitead, writes
enJe McReiina in a
w of Kate Greena way
Ladies' Journal. Her
Ad with some others
ytu piece of ground at
is Die most bewitching
f mansions. The lower
ick, while the upper
jse is entiiely covered
j from among which
jry tii.e and sliapo seem
st unexpected manuer.
nnce where Miss Green-
tlie inspiration for
Jbled houses, latticed
V the garden I caught
jitieal apple tree which
'Realized form, so often
)soin, too, ami made a
I background for some
wing in a "Kate Green
t" Inside, the house
I "inspiration,'' though
Jows with their full
5y window seats, backed
ri, a few old-fashioned
uncommon bowls and
eeption cf flowers, had
k to those who have
ks of the talented artist
) is at the top of the
huge window, with its
a fascinating square
t on a cool summer's
ltempt even the most
irk era. I have an idea
jhtof Miss Greenawry's
tslie evidently possesses
ror of the would-be in
Jled precipitately on my
Ihibited her firet tiny
ie Dudley Gallery, the
'Bed then by with a care
sot of admiration, little
)te long the artist's name
Uined world-wide fame.
Wl'rlutcd. Cam Von Find
1km Word T
Hnh dlapley advertisement In
feck, wblrh has no two woida
I word. The Mint is true of
BmrtiiK each week, from the
ana Co. Tlila bonne place a
rjrOilliK they make aul nub-
enl tnem me nunc 01 me
I return von HOOK. HEACT1-
ld Co Oat Tufether.
t thinks that husbands
)ould share each other's
I the wives should not
At time at woman's teas.
& societies, while husbands
y clubs, but that they
jether, have mutual friends
f well as responsibilities.
p Howard aiOO.
' is of this paper will be
irn that there Is at least
lisease that science has
Bre in all its stages, and
t. Hall's Catarrh Cure
stive cure known to the
rnity. Catarrh being 4
( disease, requires a con
aatment Hall's Catarrh
fternally, acting directly
and mucous surface of
hereby destroying the
the disease, and giving
length by building up
m and assisting nature
I work. The proprietors
lb faith in its curative
ey offer Una Hundred
ny case that it fails to
t list of testimonials.
. J. ClIENEV & CO.,
f J oledo, O.
jt river whose source is a
jjows out of a lake in an
lute aud at one point is
"p, Where all the water
I something no one can
lor Sore Throat should
Jted. Brown'B Bronchial
ft simple remedy, and give
lief. Sold only in boxen.
" buckwheat Cake.
leman who attended the
dist conference in Wash
Is amused at the way in
i Fngiish delegates con
lives at the hoteL It re
f the story told about
Id on the occasion of his
Buntry. "When at Cleve
i generously entertained.
his host put before hira
st table, among other
iheat cakes. For a long
Si nor his wife took any
icing that his American
)m witl a great apparent
lo, he gingerly took one
1 tasted it rory critically.
Wer to his wife he said,
fj one, deah, they ah not
lthey look.'-New York
Qaeer Tkaorr Abaut latently.
"There is something in the atmos
pheric conditions that develops insanity
ami murderous im pulses," said a
student cf human nature. "That is
my theory. It is like the grip and
other diseases that prevails at certain
times and under certain conditions.
There are all sorts of diseases and im
pulses in people and it only needs the
conditions to develop them. Insanity
is a peculiar disease and to a greater or
less degree exists in a pretty large
proportion of mankind.
"1 n most cases it is shown in a harm
leas ldiosyneraey and excite no more
comment than mild ridicule, but in
many cases it lias a homicidal ten
dency that is suddenly and unexpected
ly developed. Can this be through
natural and general causes or is it im
itation that produces these mind waves ?
1 believe it is the former that general
causes similar to the conditions that
pi od uce the grip wave, the cholera
wave, the horse wave or any other
disease of a season also tend to un
balance the badly balanced mind."
Xew York Herald.
The lea Mm.
The wholesale dealers in ice are again
worried, as they have been off and on
for the past ten years. Their exper
ience of two years ago has taught them
that if ice does not make in the Hudson
by the 1st of January it is not likely to
make at aH during the season. The
agents of these companies are scouring
the entire country to the far north oi
New York and New England and have
contracted for ice privileges on Sarato
ga, Lake Champlain and lake George
and have been compelled to pay pretty
stiff prices therefor.
Meanwhile the making of artificial ice
flourishes, and at the great hotels and
offices of the railroad companies, which
are "beginning to use it.it is giving
greater satisfaction than natural ice,
partly because there is less wastage,
partly because it comes in blocks of as
certained weight and partly because it
is made of distilled water. Some of t he
natural ice dealers are of the opinion
that it will ultimately supplant natural
ice harvesting, and it is sure to do so If
the climatic change toward mildners of
season is to be regarded as )erinanent.
New York Cor.I'hiladlphial'ress.
The Arabian coffee maker, having
prepared his lire of charcoal and placed
near it a huge jot containing water,
takes a few handfuls of green coffee
berries, carefully culls out all imperfect
berries and foreign substance, and then
places the best of the berries in an iron
ladle held over the fire. They are i e -mitted
to roast until they begin to
smoke, and are then, while still uuchar
red placed in a small mortar and care
fully brayed with a pestle closely litting
the cup of mortar. The berries are uot
however, reduced to adust. While this
process has been going on, a small pot
has been half filled with tepid water
from the large pot and placed over the
fire. When the water In the small pot
has begun to boil, the broken coffee ber
ries are thrown in aud the boiling is
permitted to go on for a short time, the
decoction being stirred with a spoon
when it shows signs of boiling over;
The coffee is then served in small cups
without cream or sugar. Xew York
Olives In California.
It is said that olive growing will have
wonderful impetus throughout south
ern California during the next few
months, because of the present very
large crop of olives, the introduction of
new methods and machinery for making
olive oil. and especially because of the,
splendid prices -the olive growers are
getting for tlieir crop this season. Oii ve
growing has reached such a stage in
Pomona valley that two olive mills are
now being built for immediate
use there. Prices for cured or pickled
olives are as high as ever, and the de
mand for olive oil is far in excess of the
supply. San Francisco Chronicle.
Basalts of Cultivation.
Ity careful cultivation the small black
sole has been transformed Into the juicy
and golden yellow gage plum, and the
most delicious pippins owe their origin
to the diminutive, acrid crab apple.
The savory cantaloupe in a wild state in
India varies from the size of a plum to
that of a lemon, and in most cases is
either insipid or bitter. Chicago Tribune.
Pratt Good Far far a Physician.
William K. Vanderbllt not feelinr
very well the other day, decided to take
a trip to Europe, and he wanted a physi
cian to go with hira. Thedoctor said he
could not afford to leave his practice
which was worth f 1,000 a week. Mr.j
Vanderbllt offered to give him 110,000
to make a trip of six weeks with him,
and the offer was accepted. New
York Cor. Philadelphia Press.
FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS.'
Edie aad I. 1
Mar aad nmtnar for asaar a rear,
Edle aad I;
Sharing briaiit a-cnihor aad facing I lie drear, '
Ma aad L
Koaa la oar lava aa a award fro from r -t, ,
Tlaaa sold tkc claiar oar nkanlau If at. I
Foihalllt teUUwaboUarabntduM. ' i
K41 and f .
Jaat to knew ikta. that arc aavcr auatl climn-r,
Ed la aad I:
Never grow faraial aad distant and at ranee.
rovers mar fade like a eaatet'i brlaf flam. ,
Friendship is often hot friendship In name,
Coaae what come mar are are always the same, I
Edie and 1.
Brother and sister and heart wit Liu heart, I
Edie and I: j
Chaos aor death can not drive ai apart,
Edie and I. I
Steadfast aa those aba bare died for a crsed,
Troe to each other In word and in deed.
Never to fall in the hour cf need,
Edie and 1. i
The Lend or Plnek.
Far over the aea is a famous little
country generally known at Holland;
but that Bame, even if it mean Hollow
land, or How land, does not describe it
half so well at this The Funny Land of
Verily, a queerer bit cf earth was
never shone upon by the sun nor washed
by the tide. It la the oddest, funniest
country that ever raised its bead from
the waves (and, between ourselves, it
does not quite do that), the most topev
turvy landscape, the most amphibious
pot in the universe as the Man in the
Moon can't deny the choien butt of
the elements, and good nsturedly the
laughing stock of mankind, Its people
are the queerest and drollest1 of ail the
nation; and yet so plucky, so wise, and
resolute, and strong, that "beating the
Dutch" has become a byword for ex
pressing the limits of mortal perform
ar.c?. As for the country, for centuries it
was not exactly anywhere; at least it
objected to staying long just the same,
in any one place. It may be said to
have Iain around loose on the waters of
a certain portion of Europe, pin) Ins;
peek -a loo with its inhabitants; now
coming to the surface here and there t
attend to matters, then takiug a dive
for change of scene and a most disas
ti oimlive It often proved.
Rip Van Winkle himself changed lots
between his great sleeping and waking
than Holland has altered, many a time,
between sunset and dawn. Alt its per
maneoca and resoluteness seem to haw
been soaked out of it, or rather to have
filtered from the land into the people
hJvery field hesitates whether to turn
into a pond or not; and the ponds are
a I nays trying to leave the country by
ilitj s-hoi test cut One would suppos
ti at under this condition of things the
on r untroubled creatures would be
uu ties and ducks; but no, strangest and
in- t mysterious of all, every living
thin in Holland appears to be thor
oughly placid and content The Dutch
uiind, so to speak, is at once antidrv
and waterproof. Little children run
about in fields where ones their grand-
r.ttiiers sailed over the billows; and
ynutlis and maidens row their pleasure
boats where their ancestors played "tag
nn long the haystacks. When the tide
sweeps unceremoniously over Mynheer's
garden, he lights his pipe, takes his fish
ing rod, and sits down on his back porch
to try his luck. If his pet pond breaks
loose and slips away, he whistles, puts
up a dam so that it can not come buck,
and decides what crop shall be raised in
its vacant place. None but the Dutch
could live so tranquilly in Holland;
though, for that matter, if it had not
been for the Dutch, we may be sure
there would have been by this time no
Holland at alL
And yet this very Holland, besides
holding its own place, has managed to
gain a foothold in almost every quarter
of the globe. An account of its colo
nies is a history in itself. lu the East
Indies alone it commands 24.000,000 of
persona Mary Mapes Dodge, in St
Kill la's Explanation.
"Dear me, Kittie, how your dress has
shrunk in the wash, " said mamma, as
she buttoned on Kittie s new gingham
dress, freshly washed and ironed.
Kittie looked down at her little feet
and legs, showing so plainly below the
short skirts, and asked, "Do you mean,
mamma, that there isn't as much of my
dress as there was before it waa waahed?"
"Yes, " said mamma, "it has all drawn
Just then Aunt Chloe came in to get
the soiled clothe.
Kittie sat down upon a little stool and
matched her mamma count over the
clothes and then set down the number
of articles upon a wash list Chloe tied
them up in a great bundle and placing
it upon her head started away with it
Kittle followed her to the door step,
where Chloe put down her bundle to
see what the little girl had to say. '
"Auat Chloe," said Kittie, gravely,
"do yon want to take ia anymore washing?"
"No, honey, "responded Chloe. "Yv hat
wid all deni white frocks what you
wear every week, I'se mighty nigh
wored out wsshln' what I does now. "
"But this is dollle's washing," said
Kitty. "It isn't very big, and she
doesn't gat her clothes very dirty. "
Chloe smiled till her white teeth
"I will give you a nickel a week to
wash them," said Kitlr with quite a
baelssas air, or a dollar, if you don't
think a nickel is enough. . ,
Chios laughed till her fat sides shook.
"Bring 'em along, heney. I ain't
gain' to charge you nothlnV HI wash
'em fur de sake nv dat pretty fao and
de sweet little ' howdys'yon got far me
when I eomes every Monday moraln'. "
Kittie got the sheets from dolly's little
brass bedstead and spread them upon the
Door. Then she oesatad into thesa the
little fsnmatt gathered up In her apron.
Then she go pea oil aad a scrap of
paper, sad oa the paper she aaade II
i tabby Wtto rovkk jt like tbMl 1
"There's exact' r It pieces.
Ciiloe. Don't r. i ?
Ciiloe counted marks owe by awe,
(minting to each - alie did SO with her
"Dai's right, l i b missie. Til fetch
m all back BalurJar. "
Saturday morning Chloe brought back
a neat little bundle, pinned in the doll
After mam ma's clothes had been at
':iduJ to, Chloe and Kittie proceeded te
miut dollie's. The scrap of paper with
in 1 marks was brought out and the
'lull's clothes carefully counted. . There
were only 10 i f theui. Again they
were counted. Chloe lifting each little
garment aa Kittie named the number of
each mark. Still, hen Chloe got
through, two marks were left on the
"I mustch lost 'era, " said Chloe re
gretfully, "dey win so little. Dat's too
"No, Aunt Chloe, " said Kittie with
great dignity and earnestoe'S, "I apse
they shrunk in the waah. And patting
Chloe'a cheek she added consolingly,
"Course you couldn't help. Ton see
they were so very tiny that when they
shrank they shrauk to nothing. " M. E
A Vmrj Neat Faszle.
Any bright boy or girl u ill be bothered
by this neat puzzle, which is intended to
exerciss the faculty of measuring
lengths with the eye. -
The first picture has straight lines
only, and the puzzle is to guess, by eye
measurement only, which is the longest
and which is the shortest of the thre
lines marked A A, BB, and CO
In the other picture are curves for
confusing the measurer:
The puzzle is to look at the cut ai: '
without measuring say which is tr
greatest distance across the top of the
hat or from top to bottom. Then put
your father's hat on the table, about a
yard in front of you, and carefully recon
sider the problem. When you have
made up your mind, take a feet rnW
and measure the hat both ways.
A l-aasoa la Magic.
A small round box about an Inch aud
n half in diameter, and half an Inch
deep, is handed to the audieuce with tit
request that they will place some article
or articles in it, such as coins, peculiar
rings, etc This being done, the box
is covered with a handkerchief, and
given to one of the audience to hold.
The performer then stands at a distance
and proceeds to describe minutely the
contents, although hidden from hie
To perform this trick it is necessary
to have a second box ss near the size and
shape of the first as possible. This if
sewed in the corner of the handkerchief.
When the first box has been filled the
performer takes it, aud n-hile pretend
ing to place it in the haudkerchief palms
it, aud gives the second one to be held
He now walks aay to take his position
at a distanc?, and while his back is
turned to the audieuce he takes the op
portunity of opening the b)x and ex
amining its contents. Having fully ex
amined aud replnced the articles, he pro
ceeds with his description, which being
finished he approaches the person who
has the handkerchief, aud taking hold
of it requests that ho will let go the box,
at the same time shaking; the handker
chief, and letting the first box which i
still concealed in the palm of the hand
fall to the ground. The audience will
naturally suppose that the box nevei
left the liankerchief, and when they see
the borrowed articles taken from it and
returned to the owners they will bf
still further mystified,
A Dnet far Smoke.
An original genius asks whether it has
ever been proposed to have a smoke duct
running through a town connected with
the different furnaces. He suggests that
such a duct might be carried outride of
the city to a coudensing station, an ex
haust machine being employed to force
the draught At the condensing station
the soot laden air might be made to pass
through water, and thus deposit tho
solid matter, the air passing away com
paratively puro, while the soot thus
deposited might easily he collected,
caked, and sold as fuel. The size of the
duct would have to vary, as in water
and other mains, according to the work
to be performed,
la Their Ortr.
There are only two words in the Eng
lish language which contnins all the
vowels in their order. They are "ab
stemious" and "facetiou". " The follow
ing words each have them in Irregular
order: Authoritative, disadvantageous,
encouraging, efficacious, instantaneous,
importunate, meudacious, nefarious, pre
carious, pertinacious, sacrilegious, si
multaneous, tenacious, unintentional.ob
jectlonable, unequivocal, undiscoverable,
Overheard la 14SS.
"That's it, "said Columbus, as -land
first broke upon his vision. "That is
"North or South V asked his mate.
"That I can't say nntll I've seen the
map, " returned the explorer.
Mme. De Latour, the well Intevn
wrter, in a rsoent pamphlet defends She
ass of tobacco by her sex, aad. laalsls
that it It is good for men It Is not Injur
iaeji to womsD, while to fcraia wmhaas
Wm great help aad a I
One Vestr's Patent.
Soma months ago tlie American pa
tent office had ;s 100th birthday, and
the last half of theceuUiiy has witnessed
wonderful strides in that direction. In
the first fifty years ouly 12,112 patents
were issued, but last year there were
Did you know that the eold tea left
over after a meal was a most excellent
addition to your vinegar barrel? Try
it. It not only adds to your store, - but
colors snd flavors the vinegar. -
The old fasuioned knotted fringes used
years ago invarious widths have apper
ed again and are used in graceful ways
upon some of the haixUoiaest gowns of
The "cat's w hiskers," the long hairs
on the side of the cat's face are organs
of touch. They are connected with
the nerves of the lip and their slightest
coutact with any object is distinctly
felt by the animal.
The variety of patented articles is
really wonderful, and American inge
(hity seems to be in no danger of ex
hausting itself. Every year shows a
larger number of intentions than the
year before. Harper'sYoung People.
I.oahar Ducher, Uismarck's former
private secretary, is preparing his mas
ter's memoirs, liucher was a revolu
tionist of IHi i. lie is the author of
some of the ablest political pamphlets
of the day. He is said to be a man of
t'ur for Frost Bite.
If the feet becomes frost bitten, soak
them for one half hour in a strong solu
tion of alum water, and if one applica
tion is not enough two will be a cure.
Xew York Journal.
A physician says:" All emotions are
?apuble of being propagated from per
son to person, so as to assume an epi
deinic from. Almost every aye. has
witnessed such epidemics-"
It it is said that a Swiss servant has
male a discovery by which lie reduces
milk to a manner thai by the addition of
water it at once assumes ail its natural
The Age nf the Sun
hir William 1'uompRou, the English
'eaturer, says; "we have proof that the
sun has not existed for more than 20,000
A'W years no waiter w hat might have
been its origin whether it came into
existence from the crash of worlds
which had pre-existed or from diffused
M A - -x
A. Bellanger, Propr., Stove Foun
dry, Montagny, Quebec, writes: "I
have used August Flower for Dys
pepsia. It gave me great relief. I
recommend it to aH Dyspeptics as a
very good remedy."
Ed. Bergeron, General Dealer,
Lauzon, Levis, Quebec, writes: "I
have used August Flower with the
best possible results for Dyspepsia."
C. A. Barrington, Engineer and
General Smith, Sydney, Australia,
writes: "August Flower has effected
a complete cure in my case. It act
ed like a miracle."
Geo. Gates, Corinth, Miss. .writes:
" I consider your August Flower the
best remedy in the world for Dys
jepsia. I was almost dead with
that disease, but used several bottles
of August Flower, and now con
sider myself a well man. I sincerely
recommend this medicine to suffer
ing humanity the world over." !
G. G. GREEN', Sole Manufacturer,
W oodbury, New Jersey. U. S. A.
l.-aditiK remedy for all tbe
unnatural dmcharraa aad
privntediaeaaeaof nitn. a
certain cure for tbe- debili
tating wesknees peculiar
I nrwri ba 1 1 and faal RafS
iTmEoasCMtmoiCii. In recommeodlnf it lu
. cicisti,o.1- 3SJ .""" . ,
I. J. oiuncn, u.,vttaiufl,iu.
Soldi ny Drawa-tela.
f genres In I
f tiasrattsswd not 14)
X 'V t. - a. a. i 1
The direction, "Cast thy bread upon
the waters, for thou shall find it after
many days," gained its fitness by apply
ing it to the method of planting rice in
Egypt when the Nile overflowed its
banks, men sailed upon its waters.scat
teriug rice in all directions. This sank
to the ground, and after the ebb of the
water, sprang up rapidly the fields of
growing grain resembled barley, with a
little like oats. To make the grain fit
for food, after it rippens it is shelled and
quickly dried. Chemists show by analy
sis that rice contains a laiger amount of
fat. forming or heat producing food in
a part of the world naturally prefer to
keep cool. Good House keeping.
Fish swallow their food whole be
cause they are obliged to keen continu
ly opening and cloeeing the mouth for
the purpose of respiration.
tlAIJY LIRE THESE.
MsttJl?Atsa A Bctl"uiyi Mo AuK- 1888:
""AMal. "Suffered for years with neu
ralgia, but was Anally cured by St. Jacobs Oil."
T. B. 8HEREE.
SPRAINS Constantine, Mich., Feb. 16, 1887: "Was troubled 30 years
with pains in tho back from strain; in bed for weeks at a
time; no relief from other remedies. About 8 years ago 1 bought St. Jacobs Oil
and mode about 14 applications; have been well and strong ever since. Have
done nil kinds of work and can lift as much as ever. No return of pain in years.
D. U. REAEICK.
BRUIftEft 7! DolPnin st- Ia,,- Md., Jan. 18, 1S80: "I fell down
nUloCOi j)lc j,. gtajrs 0f njy residence in the darkness, and was
braised badly in my hip snd side; suffered severely. 6t. Jacobs Oil completely
cured me." ' WM. C. HARDEN, '
Member of State Legislature.
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