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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 29, 1895)
Mlaltara aad Photograph.
Tb dliplay of mitiiture or photo
graptit Iim become 10 univeaally tin
fad that in every drawing room or aoj
pretritBion atari dj a small table 01
French filf, npon which the picture
re ttutefullv arranged. A novelty il
the form of miniture folding
the back and front covered
velvet, from which the miuiture. an The veteran, of the Kan.aa-Nebraaka
impended by tiny gilt hooks, deeoraUt Association promise to eicel in uum-
corner prettily and give an eppor- bera the attendance of any previous
tunity to display the oiiniturea, which jtathenng. Fully 60.000 citizen of Kan
have hitherto lain away for wan. of a 1 ' Join ia t"i4 Kr iBd Reunion. j
way to place them on view. . The Band1 Uu on Tn&
r lnl5 er 000 uniformed men, will hold
.. their ami uai reunion 6h tlie same daten. i
Some women live wretched vet There will be luusic galore. i
with husbandi in trying? to "manage' Band Goil vfl Saturday morning.',
them, but might please them with half I T"0 prize", $75 Brat; $50 second, i
I te effort. i Free. all. Han da existing to enter
j bmetlfep rt at bf-adqtiarterti Tuesday'
; When a man visits kin, he it bored
until after he is shown the clever
things all the family and animals
about the hone can do.
In Our Qreat Grandfather s Time,
big bulky pills were ia
gD(ittl i;k Like the
b und' rbuis" of
tbat decade they
wire big and clura
mf buj fnerf
tfve In this cent-
unnt, we have
w b i c h
cure all liver,
' fttomach and
rangements i a
the most effec
would pay more
attention to rron-
trly regulating the action of their bowels,
by the une of these little "I'ellrta" they
would bave less frequent occasion to call
for their doctor' service to subdue attack
sf dangerou diseases. The " Pellets " cure
tick and bilious headache, constipation, in
ligestion, bilious attacks and kindred de
langeuients of liver, stomach and bowels.
The Greatest Medical Discover'
of. the Age.
I0NALD KENNEDY, OF ROXBURY, MASS.,
Has discovered In one of our common
ature v.reds a remedy th.it cures ev ery
kind of Humor, from the worst bcrofula
town tna common Pimple.
He has trtd It in over eleven hundred
taes, and never filled except In two cases
both thunder humor). He has now In Ins
Xissession ever Vvo hundred certificates
f its value, all within twenty miles of
Boston Send postal cr,d lor I ok.
A benefit Is always experienced from
Jie first bottle, and a "perfect cure is war
anted when the rght quantity Is taken.
When the lungs are affected It causes
ihootiiu' pains, like needles rassine
hem; the same with the Liver or
Bowels. '1 his is caused by the ducts being
stopped, and always disappears in a' week
ifter taking it. I-Vad the label.
If the stomach Is foul or bHious It wilt
tause squeamish feelings t first.
No change of diet ever necessary. Eat
te best you tan get, and enough of it.
Dose, one tab'espoonful jn water at bed
time. Sold bv all I moists.
Bcecham s pills arc for bil
iousness, sick headache, diz
ziness, dyspepsia, had taste
in the mouth, heartburn, tor
pid liver, foul breath, sallow
skin, coated tongue, pimples,
loss of appetite, etc.. when
caused by constipation; and
constipation is the most fre
querc cause of all of them.
One of the iiimf important thing for
everybody ' learnt that constitution
cau.es more than li.ilf the sickness in the
world, rspeciallv of women; and itCMnall
OC pteveirrd. (io by the biM1(, free Ht your
dniRi;lht's,ir wr'le B F.AlIrtjCo.,.y5Canal
St., New Yin i'ills.ioe and 5e a box.
Anx'-ni " i . " I" i".
ASK YOL'R DRL'OOIST TOR
JOHN CAlcLl! SONS, New Vork.
tlEW SHORT LINE
I LI tS I X ui
W T -v
liattUr. Neb., 1. 1 ta at.
T!.e local Kennion Committee at HmI
Hilt and people generally are batj mak
jiU preparations lor the greataat gather
ing of old fcoldiera and citixena ever be
lembled together on Nebraaka soil. It
8 la week in llaaliuga and a
' "tiroiue iwiim every oiu auiuier
BMiaska'a en-ellent National Guard
JnfYhtry Tua been ordeied into camp'
it flauiotia, during the reunion of thJ
, f be local Committee ha8 contracted
with on of lie laret minufactMrerl
f fire w'orkj in the United 8Uti oi tl
ipet!ikl cjlslay o1 rewori on Monday
bd Friday eyehinu. ?ina ehell, .
ffre3 froTij niolari, and banrlioiile iti
p5flt Buggetive oi the oockaioh will
p dtie of the cbanoing feature of the
reW'a iiffwram. - I
Sham battle Friday under comaaaad
at Ota John M. Thayer and Uen. U. J.
Dilwofth will arouMj old time activity
Tb ciriaena of Hasting are prpar
ing ai-cornmodationa for a quarter of a
milHon of people.
Canty fcherman will be turned over to
Dapartmont Ooninaader Adama, at 2
p. m. Monday, when horliiitiea will
commence id earneat.
Six bullion aaceniiona and parachute
diopH by one of the leading; aeronauts dl
Prouiinent among the fipeakera from
Kaneas will be Kx-Senator John J.
Injralli, Oor. Morrill, Bernard Kelley
and D. R. Anthony.
The Nehraaka GonKrevDional tutf&
tion, Ex-Dnpt. OoBiaiandara of the G,
A.R.will alto be present, and olbei
Special reduced rates and excursion
trains from all pointa.
Free Wood, Hay and Straw, and at)
tbundanoe of good water.
fcMt lllBkrtaln li-lewftr.
The ceason jilHt closed has been f dull
)i;e for the tniiskrat catchers on the:
Deleware marnhca. The catch Is a vnl
JHble one in good seasons, nnd
Tiarshes ure rented for the miiRkrat
latching privilege. All crogs-roads
itorekeepers deal in the pel (a, and the
Delewnre ltinislature was once aaked
.o enact a law fcr the protection of the
miakrHt, ho that the Bcies might not
lecotiio extinct. The meat, of the
reature is sold in the Wilmington
ttreet market and served ;us marsh
What Women Should Know.
Kvery woman ouht to know tlit'.t
then' Is an Institution lu this country
when1 illscasos peculiar to their sex
have, for nearly thirty y-nrs, lx-on made
a specially by several of the physicians
connected therewith. This Institution
is the Invalids' Hotel and .Surgical In
stitute, tit Ruffalo, X. Y. In treatlni;
thousands of cuki-h at that famous san
itarium there have been perfected med
icines which form a regular solcntitic
course of treatment for these prevalent
and most distressing ailments.
Dr. Tierce and hi staff of skilled spo
cialiMla, formltu; the faculty of the
above Institution, are at all times ready
to reply to letters from women sufTerlntf
from obstinate, complicated, or Ioiik
ncKh'cteil diseases and "weaknesses,""
and can be addressed, or consulted at
Hie Institution, free of charge.
When Ir. I'lercc published the first
edition of bis work, The l'eiple"s ('om
moli Sense Medical Adviser, he an
nounceil that after uhii.dck) copies had
been sold at the regular price, $1.."0 per
copy, the prolit on which would repay
liim for the great amount of labor and
money expended In producing It. he
would distribute the next half million
free. As this mi tuber of copies has al
ready ta-en sold, he Is now distributing,
absolutely free, ."iki.iKmJ copies of thla
c o iu in o n
c a I work
valuable sense mcdi
e v e r p u b -
lished -the recipient only being requir
ed to mail to ti I in, or the World's Ills
peiisary Medical Association, of Ituffa
io, X. Y.. of which he Is President, this
Utile 'oiiiii Number with twenty -one
llM) otie-ceul stamps to cover cost of
mailing only, and the book will be sent
post paid. It Is a veritable medical li
brary, complete In one volume. It con- j
tains over l.iKHt pages aud more than j
Hi hi Illustrations, some of them In colors.
Several llnely Illustrated chapters are
devoted to Hie careful consideration In
plain language, of diseases pectillnr to
women and their successful home treat
ment without the aid of a physiclau and
without kaving to submit to dreaded
"examinations" lind the stereotyped
"local applications," o repulsive to the
modest and Justly sensitive woman.
The Free Edition Is precisely the mine
ai Uwt sold at $1.50, except only that
the books are ImiuihI In strong inaiiilhi
paper covers Instead of cloth. Send
NOW before all are given away. They
are going off rapidly, therefore, do not
delay sending Immediately if In want
I Can't Sleep
la the complaint of many at this aeaion.
The reaiion i found in tha fact that the
ncrvrn are weak and tbc body In a feverish
and naheallhy condition. Tha nanrei aiay
be restored by Havd'a Banaparilla, watch
fmdi them upon pure bland, and tbil
medlciittwlll also ereaw an apMttta ana
tone up h ayatKBi. aed thua tweal,
refmhiriR alaap aad rif oroM haalttk.
Hood s Sarsaparilla
la tli only traa Woa irarifrar pMtlMnt
lf In h aoblat ya toatay. fl; aUar$n
PRESERVING THE EYESIGHT.
Knlea Tbat Mar Be L.eful to Tboae
Threatened with Biindncaa.
A few luiple mica carefully obeyed
will do much to preserve the eye in
beultii. Lilit aud color iu rooms are
Important. The walls are beat finished
In a single tint. Windows should opeu
directly upon the outer air, aud light ia
better when they are close together, not
beparated by much wall space, not dis
tributed. Light should be abundant,
but not dazzling. It should never come
from lu front nor should sunlight fall
Upon work or on the printed page.
Never read or sew In the twilight after
an exhausting fever nor before break
fast. Ixok up frequently when at
work and fix the eyes upon some dis
tant object. Hreak up the stretch of
wall by pictures that bave a good per
spective. These rest the eye, as does
looking out of the window.
When at work on minute objects rise
occasionally, take deep inspirations
with the mouth closed, stretch the
body erect, rbrow the arms backward
and forward, and step to an open win
dow or out Into the open air for a mo
ment. Two desks of different height
are valuable for a student or writer,
one to stand by and the other to sit by.
I'lonty of open air exercise is essential
to good eyesight.
The general tone of the nervous nys
tem has much to do with the eyesight.
Prolonged or excessive study frequent
ly has pain or poor vision as symptom.
The use of tobacco may bring about de
fective vision ami alcohol sometimes de
stroys It utterly, owing to nerve Inflam
mation that It sets up. City life, with
nhtit-ln Rtreets and narrow outlook, fa
vors the production of errors In vision.
When looking at distant objects the nor
mal eye Is at rest. To see near by,
muscular effort Is required. This ef
fort, when constant, changes tile shape
of the eyeball. After the eighteenth
or twentieth year parts of the eye that
earlier showed signs of bulging or be
coming near-sighted may acquire new
trength, and those who escape myopia
Jp to this time are usually free from It
after jhat. The children of near-sighted
parents are In special danger. They
require constant care. It Is best to
have all children's eyes examined for
defects when they are 10 years old.
Near sight and color blindness are
barriers to the army and navy, to cer
tain lino niid mechanic arts aud to
many Industrial pursuits. Their early
recognition saves time and money and
often prevents the discouragement of
d 'eat. Ounces of prevention are bet
ter than tons of cure. There are but
few forms of partial or total blindness
that were not at one time the reverse
i.f hopeless. In view of this fact the
duty of parents and guardians Is clear
ly manifest. Ignorance must be replac
ed by knowledge, carelessness by en
lightened forethought. Precaution In
the way of type, light, color and rest
aud exercise, together with occasional
calls upon the oculist, will probably
secure fair eyesight for life. Outlook.
Adopted by a Newspaper.
Willie and Oscar Maniierstrom are
the legal wards of the Grand Rapids
The paper is a great friend of the
poor lsiys of Grand ltaplds, and has
done n. great deal to help them In dlffcr
ereut ways, but it has eclipsed even
Itself by the adoption of these boys,
who last winter were homeless aud
friendless lu Chicago. Aud what a
suc.-ess the venture haB been!
The first thing to do was to find some
way for the boys to earn a livelihood.
Such little fellows they were, only 12
and li) years old, that It was Impracti
cable to think of their doing anything
very hard. Some one suggested es
tablishing a messenger service In con
nection with the Press, to be run by
the boys. Neat uniforms were bought
for tbein, they were furnished with bi
cycles, given the use of the olllce tele
phone 'jnd lots of advertising In tile
paper, and the thing was done.
The kind-hearteil people of Grand
ltaplds patronized them at first because
they felt sorry for them, but now they
do so because they know them, like
them, and trust them. Before long
Willie, the oldest, found he could make
enough money by himself to support
both, so Oscar began going to school,
and his teacher says he Is a remarka
bly bright boy.
Both boys are brim full of energy
and ambition, ami will, no doubt, when
grown be successful men of whom the
Press need never be ashamed.
America's Frostles licit.
What Is supposed to be the only
frostless belt In the l ulled Slates lies
between the city of Iam Angeles and
the Pacific Ocean, It traverses the
foothills of the Caliticnga range, and
has an elevation of between HIM) and
bio feet. Its breadth Is perhaps three
miles. The waters of the Pacific are
risible from It, and the proximity of
the ocean has of course something to
do with banishing frosts. I luring the
winter season this tract produces toma
toes, Mas, beans, and other tender veg
etables, and here the lemon flourishes,
a tree that Is peculiarly susceptible to
cold. Tropical trees may be cultivated
wltb success, and In connection with
this fact It Is Interesting to know that
a part of the favorite territory bus
been acquired by Loa Angeles for park
purpoaea and It only a question of
time when the city will have the dis
tinction of possessing the only tropical
park In the United Btatea. Strange to
aay, only the midway region of the
CahnetiRa rang la free from frost, the
lower part of the valley being occa
Rivera of Buttermilk.
There la mora than one way of turn
Ins tk tables on person who Indulge
In tb prftctloa of "drawing a long
tww." One of Um atoot ffactoal net.
ods was recently employed by a sUu
spoken Veruionter on an "accommoda
Several persona were listening In
open-mouthed, wide-eyed astonishment
to the talk of a loquacious young man,
whose stories increased lu size and gen
eral incredibility o time went ou. He
was a resident of a town adjoining that
In which the elderly Vermonter had
spent all his days; but the old man
watched the narrator lu silence, though
with none of the interest displayed by
the other listeners.
At last the young man mentioned one
of the citizens of his native towu, and
remarked incidentally that the man bad
an immense dairy, from which he sent
out over a million pounds of butter, and
an equal quantity of cheese, every year.
At this, several of his hearers looked
decidedly Incredulous, n-jd one of them,
turning to the elderly man. said:
"You come from round his way, I
b'lieve; did you ever bear tell of that
'al, no," drawled the person ad-1
dressed, with a perfectly grave face;
"I don't recall bavin' heerd of It till
now, but I have heerd that there's ft
man over In that towu that has ten
sawmills, that are worked an' kep' a
golu' by buttermilk, an' I persiime to
say It's the same man, an' If one story's
true, like as not the other may be."
The Indian Swell.
A long-skirted tunic or frock of whltb
muslin, dose-fitting white trousers, and
a rose-colored turban with a broad band
of gold lace and tall, flashing plume of
dark feathers and gold filigree, were the
salient points. Other accessories were
the sword belt, crossing his breast and
encircling bis waist, of dark green vel
vet, richly worked with unalloyed gold,
and thickly studded with emeralds,
rubies and brilliants; a transparent
yellow shield of rhinoceros hide, with
knobs of black and gold enamel; a sash
of stiff, gold lace, with a crimson thread
running through the gold; bracelets of
the dainty workmanship known as
Jeypore enamel thickly Jeweled, which
he wore on his wrists and arms; and
there were strings of dull, uncut stones
about his neck.
The skirts of his tunic were plaited
with many folds and stood stiffly out,
like the skirts of a "premiere donseuse"
In ballot, and when he mounted his
horse a servant on either side held them
so that they might not be crushed.
Four valets had chargr of this costume,
and It took them some time to array
their master. The trappings of the
horse were scarcely less elaborte; his
neck was covered on one side with sil
ver plates, and his mane, which hung
on the other side, was braided and
lengthened by black fringes relieved by
White yaks' tall hung from beneath
the embroidered saddle cover on both
sides, and his head. Incased In a head
stall of white enameled leather and
silver, topped with tall oigrettes, was
tied down by an embroidered scarf in
order to give his neck the requisite
Hounds lilke a Hootch Htory.
A case of unusual strictness In Sab
bath observance Is reported from West
Auburn, Me. A farmer was waited on
by one of his neighbors who asked for
the loan of his team the following Sun
day to lake his wife and children to the
cemetery. At first, he flatly refused to
let the team, arguing that It would be a
sin to receive money for such a thing
on the Sabbath day, but he linally said
to the neighbor that he would think It
over and let him know Saturday, re
marking that he would pray over It In
the meantime. Saturday the neighbor
called and the farmer said that lie pon
dered ami prayed over the matter, and
come to the conclusion that It would he
no harm to let the team, but that the
neighbor must not pay for it until some
week day following. So the neighbor
hired the team to go to the cemetery on
Sunday, paying for it on Monday, and
everything was satisfactory.
Io You Know.
That many a poor typewriter could
iniike a good servant girl.
That It takes a long time to decide
whether "Trilby" is or Is not immoral.
That geese are Intelligent compared
with women who try to cheat nature.
That golf offers better facilities for
flirtatious ihan any outdoor recreation.
That It Is a splendid law of etiquette
In .lapiin that ladies cannot talk of
That families not going to Europe this
season are almost tnortllled.
The vacation days spent In "riotous
living" are never beneficial.
That the caprices of some society
women are Insane enough to suggest an
That those draw social lines closest
who ought not be within them them
selves. . Profitable Rivalry.
Topshaiii, Maine, has a very satisfac
tory way of settling a town quarrel.
Owing to the appointment of a chief
engineer of the Are department who
was not acceptable to some of the fire
men the buter formed an Independent
company and bought a new hand tub.
The town now baa two companies, and
there will be a hustle to see which can
get to a lire first and do the most effect
"Now, yon roust not repeat this," said
Jones to Smith, after retailing a choice
bit of scandal. "Oh, osrtalnly not,"
said Smith. "How did ymi happen to
hear Itr "My wife told me. 8he la
Just like any woman cannot keep a
secret of course."
You can select a man from any tact
to b a guide and philosopher, bnt It
takes a Quaker to bo a guide philoso
pher aad filsttd.
Highest of all ia Leavening
A Preacbrr'a Read Areunirnt.
.ter roads often mean letter
hurch attendance. It is not without
significance that the .lews were com
msnded to "prepare the way of the
Lord." To "gather out the stones,"
and to Hake up the stumbling blocks,"
may be a duty in a literal as well as a
figurative sense. The invitation: "Let
us go up to the house ot the Lord,"
would be oftenmoeeffectual if it were
not so difficulta thing to get there.
Hev. D. F. Lamson, Manchester, Mass.
On Tha Installment Plan.
"I have come to ask for your daugh
ter's hand. Mr. Herrick," said young
"O, well, you can't bave it," said Her
rick. "I'm not doling out my daueh
ter on the installment plan. When
you feel that you can support the whole
girl you may call again." Harper's
Fond of Sume Pets.
She Yes, I am very fond of pets.
He Indeed! What, may I ask, is
your favorite animal?
8he (frankly) Man.. Illustrated
Hall's Catarrh Cure
Is a constitutional enre. Price 75 cents.
Gluck was the variest man of his
time. He was once about to take a
journey from Paris to a provincial
town in a stage coach, but, learning
that the conveyance would be all night,
on the journey, and being fearful of
taking cold he refused to go, saying he
had no right to expose the life of so
great acomposei to any peril whatever.
After six years suffering, I was cured hy
bv l'iso's t'ure. M aky Thomson, 2!t'.j oiiio
Ave., Allegheny, Pa., March lit. '!4.
In the regin of Elizabeth foignryot'
any kind was punished by fines, by the
pillory, by having both ears cut off and
the nostrils slit and seared with a hot
iron, by the forfeiture of all property
and by perpetual imprisonment.
Tobacco's Trium pli.
Rvry day we meet men who Iihvp sppHr
ently lost till IntMN'st lu life, lint they ciii-w
anl smoke all thf time und wrmrler why the
Bunshinp U not hrlifht, and the swpet hlrds'
aonj sound dlKcnrdMiit, Tohio'eu takeK away
the pleasures of lift- nnil lenvex Irritated
ni-rv ('nt(rH in return. No-To-Huc Is the
fasy way out. (Jiiaruntced to cure and make
you well and strong, by JJnigist every
where. Divorces have been legal in France
for the past eight vears. In the first
year 1.00 were granted; in the second,
4,000; in 18!4, 8,000. The total for eight
years was over 40,000,
Mra. Wlnlow- 80OTHINB 8YRCP for chllfi
ren teething, softens the ?nms, reduees inllam
mation, alia spalu, cures wind colic. c bottle
SANTA CLAUS SOAP
Sold everywhere. Made only by
The N. K. Fairbanh Company, - Chicago.
"He that Works Easily Works Suc
cessfully." Tis Very Easy to
Clean House With
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better. Anything that can be washed, can be washed best
with Pfrlim. It lightens labor and does lightning work
As nearly as we can figure, about eight millions of women use
it Do you ? You will sooner or later.
rVinV Ta iillliai ev aaacra ! ,niai wfct afar laUtariwii f tm&m,
UOul miw "llliH M M4 aa." r "M mm m" fMltM, 1T
T I.a r AUi.-rWM ka M aaMl aa4 U aavw fMWal.
LlltCn aa jUaaiTt-La, mm rS
Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
The One Thing Needful.
There is but one way tojget anything'
worth having, and tbat is the right
way, and until the people are willing
to adopt some plan whereby the wholu
length of a road can be worked in lia'
mony with the laws of nature as ap
plied to proper drainage and moving
loads we shall br obliged to wallow
through mud and sand, while expend
ing money enough each year to have
our ways in a great deal better conuir
Every man who attempts to do any
thing of a public nature complains
bitterly afterwards of annoyances tbat
were unnecessary, aud should not have
been tolerated. This will be the case
so long as the fools are encouraged as
at present. In no country in the worid
are tools given as much liberty ub iu
TO CAEN BE THE SYSTEM.
Kflectually yet gently, when costive or bil
ious, or when the blood is impure or slug
gish, to permanently cure habitual consti
pation, to awaken the kidneys and liver to
u healthy activity, without irritating or
weakeningthem, to dispel headaches, colds
or fcvirs use Hyrup of Figs.
She-George Peterson, if you kiss
me again I'll scream ont loud.
George (nisses her) -Good! I never
heard you scream out loud.
She George Peterson, I won't scream
out loud now, just, to spite yon. Judge.
PROFITABLE DAIRY WORK
Can only be accomplished with the very best
of tools and
a p p 1 1 ances.
larm you are'
With a Davis
rator on the
sure of more
milk is a val
take to get a
1 1 1 us t r a tod
DAVIS & RANKIN BLDO. & MFG. OO
Cor. Randolph A Dearborn Sis., Chicago.
The St. Joseph and Grand Island R. R-
SHORTEST and QUICKEST LINE
TO ALL POINTS
And in eon nee-1
Union Pacific System
tion wltb the
IS THE FAVORITE ROUTE'
To California, Oregon and all Western Point ,
For Information regarding rates, etc., call oa
or aditrens anv agent or &. M. Adbit,
H, P Korinbon. Ja , Gen. Pass. Agt
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N . N. V. No. 3RO--3S.
UKS WRITING TO AUVKKTISKK
pleaae nay you aaw the advertisement
lu this paper.
and only half the expense
and bother. That's why
thousands of thoughtful,
thrifty women use Santa
Claus Soap. They have
learned by practical, thorough
tests that for washday or every
day use there is no soap in the
world that nearly equals
plain facts about Ptarline,
give Ptarline a chance to
them, by giving it a fair trial.
Nothing else will give the same
result. 1 1 washes safely, as well
as surely" ; it cleans carefully
as well as easily. It is as cheao as soao and
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