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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (July 1, 1897)
fto tnart girdl it high and wlds it
the bark, but narrow in front, tod black
alio it the moat favored of material! foi
BIoom sleeves, with a certain eleganct
of abape, are chosen for waists, which
are designed to replace cloth waiiU
through the warm weather.
Holly berry wreathe with rich, glossy
green leaves are economical and stylish
garniture for round hats, aa no other
trimming is required.
Hall's Catarrh Cure
If a constitutional cure. Price 75 cents.
Don't build on the love that otherf
have for you ; the poor houses are filled
with people who have wealthy relatives.
Every man believes that he devotes a
great deal of intelligent attention to his
work, while others play hall the time.
Was Soon Curod
Experience of a Batavla, III., Wom
an and Her Daughter.
BATAVIA, ILL. -"My little daughter
had eczema very badly and the medicine
he took did not help her. Theu we began
giving her Mood's SarBaimrilla and she
was (toon cured. I hare also taken this
medicine myself and it bus relieved mo
of rheumatism and stomach trouble. I
am thankful there in such a medicine as
flood's Sar.-sparilla." Makv E. Nktzey.
HWvf't Pillc re te only pill to take
11UUU nitb Hood s Harsaparllla.
VhO K CI
- Dome or tv
The popping of a
cork from a bottle of
Hires is a signal of
good health and plea
sure. A sound the
old folks like to hear
the children can't
Is composed of the
vary Ingredient the
system reoulres. Aiding
the digestion, noollilng
the nerves, purifying
the blotxl. A temper
ance drink for temper
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A henlth resort that is a
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A pretty spot, where every
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no midden change In temier
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Hhle value to null' rers from
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IIUWI I llc,ided. Hultltntei for I'la.
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-Qiicago In tor Ocean.
WHEN UNCLE SAM WAS YOUNG.
HEN Mberty Brst
spread her wlnjts, and
freedom found her
Day was new, and
Uncle Sam was
When came the Jolly
Fourth ground the
firm grand celebra
tion With fun and noise for
nil ,a luir. cvlth IaV
old-time lads, so many
Kuew half the joys the merry boys of recent
Did Andrew Jackson fireworks have? If so,
do you suppose
He got excited, burned his hand and set on
Are his clothes?
And did the youthful James Monroe, when
shooting o(T a roeket,
Forget and drop hla lighted punk with crack
ers in his pocket ?
Did Madison and Jefferson and Burr upon
At early dawn shoot cannons off, and score
the Infant (Jlny?
I wonder If l'.en Franklin, with approving
smile stood by
And watched the Itoman candles as they
sailed scrims the sky,
And Hancock, he whose heavy hand signed
Do you suppose his bosom swelled with rap
ture and elation?
And from a flag-enveloped stand did Wash
And call In burnt of eloquence on Free
dom's sacred name?
Do you suppose a grand parade passed by
the speaker's stand.
The columns moving guyly to the music of
And did they have fantastles and all kinds
of games and races,
And a thousand glad surprises at all sorts
of times and places?
What all was done upon that day I'd really
like to know
Just how they spent that old-time Fourth so
many years ago.
Chicago itecor l.
DEEDOFM ARION'S MEN
UK sound of horses'
hoofs was hvanl
coining down the
long aveiiiu? of Hvo
iraks. P'roni the ap
pearance of t:he rider
it was evident that
something very ex
citing hud luipH-hfd.
lie was a mere
youth, not more than
HI or 17 years of nge,
but lw was as lull,
strong of limb ami
supple o a young axti. Ilia lusly whs
heiit Miglitly forward In the eagerness to
urge Iris hor to renewed speed, but hia
head was well up and hia eyes keenly on
the watch, lie was I Kith in htutte and on
Ue turned suddiiily from the avenue
and struck off toward a donae iortion of
the wood, tie had gone a half mile or
mi whwn, all of a sudilen, , he stpM-d,
threw Imck his head and gave the hoot of
an owl. It was answered. Without fur
ther hesitation he plunged on until he
came nan what seemed to Im a camp of
soldiers, or rather, what had Imvii, for
the HoliHers themselves Inn (risniiixflred,
leaving tive or six youths, the inosl of
them no older than the rider. 1 Like him,
they were ilnnsed In th uniform of the
colli in. 'htul army, hut so dilapidated I:
could barely Im recognized.
"lloys," cried .letliro lNnkm-y, a he
dahed iirto their nildM, "where is Col.
Aultrey and the rent of the men'"
"Gone for a lnniah with tho Hritishersf"
wss tlie quick reply, "'lliey were sent
for hy Marlon. He is In a tight place and
wants them to help him out of it. They
just left us to care for the camp and the
things they couldn't carry."
"Well, this Is a go! I mean," he ad'ted
quickly, "liecaiiHc the nun are not here.
Hoys,'' he continued, excitedly, "don't "top
to eat. (let your home at once and your
fun, ami come will) me, for if we don't
act, there' no one else. That wretch,
Its! four, down yonder In Oharleatnti, has
ordvrl tlte esecu'cii of old Ool. Rutledge.
The Hrilioti ciaim thsvt bm has not only
heen ntritotna to the needs of our par
tisan soldtorr, but tfhevt he baa actually
Joined Merlon's staff, and when he was
captured bad oo the si form. They are
i7 (J J,"
going to hang him for his disloyalty, so
they say. But there are many who know
it i because the colonel won't teU where
the family plate and odier treasure are
hidden. Boys, mount quickly. We will
station ourselves along the rofld, and we
must rescue the colonel. There is no one
else, and he will lie murdered if we don't
"But, .Teth, what can a handful of hoye
like us do?" aeked Arthur Wallace, douht
fully. "We have one to three," declared Jethro
boldly. "Didn't Marion whip out that
squad of Britishers up on the Snntee-kust
week when he hadn't even one to ten?"
' "Yes, but we are not Marion."
11E CAUGHT THE HOUSE BY THE BRIDLE."
"But we are Marion's men!" declared
Jethro, proudly, the hre of tuanlioKl in his
The words acted like a trunit call.
Each joittig soldier buckled on his pistol,
seized his rifle and sprung to his horse,
ahiMifiiig: "Marlon's men! ,Ve are Ma
It was agreed that they were to divide
themselves into .two squad. One squad
was to take up its' jKtsition in a small
thicket of pines, about an eighth of a
mile from tihe scene of execution. The
other squad was to be ooiK-ealed in a sim
ilar thicket of scrub oak and myrtle, with
in "JS)or.'MM) yartls of the first. Wheu the
soldiers from the fort, carrying the oid
colonel to execution, were midway be
tween the two suad the attack was to
be made, They had not more than taken
their plaices when She procession from (lie
fort was seen approaching.
There were twenty soldiers. Eight were
walking, four abreast, in front, the same
number behind, while in the center was
the colonel with two soldiers on either
side of him. These five were on horse
back. The oid man's h.t was off. It had
fallen, and the soldiers would not stop
to pick It np. He rode with head erect,
the strilight gleaming down nixui bis sil
vered locks. Ills hands were tied behind
his back, but he held himself proudly up.
Ue looked what he was, every inch a
Suddenly the hoot of an owl rnn out.
It was answered hy another. 'Die second
had barely died away when there was a
quick report of firearms, then the clang
of sobers, while lst4T above the din came
the cry of "Marion! Marion! Mnrion!"
The soldiers were at once thrown into
condition. It seemed to them that they
were IxHng dosed In by the enemy, and
beyond a doubt by Marion's whole army,
for were not those cries of "Marion! Mn
rion! Marion!" resounding on all sides?
The tight men In the rear were the first
to break ranks and lice. By milking n
hasty detour of the wood to the right of
them they might yet reach the fort in
safety. The eight in front, seeing their
ranks thus weakened and hearing the
noises of the combined attacks increasing
moment by moment, also lost heart s
well as courage and turned in pursuit of
their companions. K
Only the four about Col. Itutledge seem
ed determined to remain. They now cloe
ed around their prisoner and for a mo
ment or so showed stubborn fight. Btit
the next moment, there being a rush on
horseback from ths woods It) two dirsc-
Boat sacra mx
Si owns t. oHt
tion, ,'t was more than even their nerve
could stand. Wheeling their horses. they;
too, joined in the flight. Jerhro was the
first to reach Col. Rutledge.
"Why, boys," he said, "I was like the
Britishers I thought it was Marion."
"But we are Marion's men, colonel,"
said Jethro, proudly. "I'm glad you think
we have done credit to our commander."
'That you have, boys; bice's you. And,"
he added, softly, "I feel sure now that this
old country of ours is going to be saved,
when even the boys show such spirit."
The colonel didn't have to live long to
find tine fulfillment of his prophecy, nor
was that the first or the last deed of cour
age performed by these brave boy sol-
iliers of South Carolina during the stormy
days of 17H0. t
"Columbia, My Country."
Columbia, my country!
My song Is of thee;
Thy honor and glory
Mine ever shall be;
From hillside, from valley,
O'er mountain and plain,
Shall echo forever
Sweet freedom's refrain.
Columbia, my country!
Thou beautiful land!
The world In thy light shall be free!
May God keep ine steadfast,
In heart and In hand,
Still faithful my country to thee.
Columbia, my country!
My heart tnrllls with love;
To thee am I loyal,
(iod hears me above;
Thy foes are my foemen,
To thee I would give
E'en life, were It needed,
That freedom might live.
Columbia, my country!
Karth's fairest domain,
I honor thy heroes
Who for thee were slain;
The Aug still the emblem
Of freedom shall be,
Coliiimio'. I love rhee
Sweet home of the free.
A Htartllng Kequest.
"Bay, mister, will you bold it wbUe J
fire k off?''
Cm foe Salt.
Halt in the oven noder baking tins will
prevent their scorching on the bottom.
Salt aod vinegar will remove stains
from discolored teacups.
Salt and soda are excellent for bee
Salt thrown on soot which has fallen
on the carpet will prevent stain.
Salt put on ink when fre?h spilled on
s carpet will help in removing the spot.
Salt in whitewash makes it stick.
Salt puts out tire in the chimney.
Cooking is in reality a partial di
gestion of food" preTious to its intro
duction into the stoniach. It Is em
ployed by Euan alone, and distin
guishes hira from all other creatures.
Many articles used as food are en
tirely indigestible in a raw state.
Some of the most nourishinK of them
are actually harmful if eaten un
cooked. Cooking, to be esteemed a science,
must be performed In such a way as
to render the raw products of the
earth as easily d jtested as poss ble.
By virtue of such preparation the
system is supplied with the greatest
amount of nourishment for the leait
expeuditure of vita energy in the
various proces-.es of the d Restive
But good cooking must not only
render food digestible; it must maue
it at the same time palatable. Every
physician recognizes the necessity of
furnishing a convalescing patient
with food that "tastes good " In
deed, he will often allow himself to
be overruled by the wish of the pa
tient foi' some particular article of
food, in the hope that the tickle ap
petite may ttius be stimulated, and a
steady demand for food Induced.
Cooking at its best, therefore, s
both scientific and artistic; scientific
when it best serves the purpose of
economy; artistic when, by virtue of
an added taste fulness it stimulates
the digestive processes to activity.
It must always be remembered that
the stomach is not a machine, but an
srgan extremely sensitive to every
nervous influence, so that the taste
tulness of food is a d rect aid to its
Those who, from the necessity of
their occupation, are sedentary and
lonflned to the house, are more sen
i tive to the e:.ects of cooking
wholesome or otherwise than those
whose employment takes them out
The degree of health enjoyed by
the family may often be credited to
the intelligent interest exercised in
the kitchen in favor tt good, whole
iome lood, aud it is jot too much to
say that an accompl shed co k may
iustly be proud of an art which so
slo-iely atlects the health and well
being of the household. Youth's
S ilt t rown on a coal tire which is low
s ill revive it.
AN INCIDENT AT
A Woman's Life Barely Saved by a Critical Operation Her Health
There was a hurry call for the ambulance of the City Hospital. In the
course of an hour a very
stretcher. She was pale
fhere was a hasty exam
jr,-rp: k a l mm
had burst before removal, she
stantly! That young
had had warnings enough in the terrible pains,
the burning sensation, the swelling low down
on her left side. No one advised her, so she
suffered tortures and nearly lost her life. I
wish I had met her months before, so I could
have told her of the virtues of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. As it
is now, she is a wreck of a woman.
Oh, my sisters, if you will not tell a
doctor your troubles, do tell them to a woman who
stands ever ready to relieve you! Write to Mrs.
Pinkham at Lynn, Mass., confide freely to her all
your troubles, and she will advise you free of
charge; and if you have any of the above symp
toms take the advice of Miss Agnes Tracy, who
speaks from experience and says:
" For three years I had suffered with inflamma
tion of the left ovary, which caused dreadful pains.
I was so badly affected that I had to sleep with
pillows under my side, and then the pain was so
great it was impossible to rest.
" Every month I was in bed for two or three days,
t took seven bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound, and am entirely cured. Ithink
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weakness should try it at once." Miss Agnes Tracy, Box 432, Valley City, N. D.
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"Forbid a Fool a Thing and
That He Will Do."
Re a r e time of s Sktefc lar.
As soon ss s man begins to try ts look
busy and worried to his wlfs, his wife
bt gins to try to look tirsd mad ovsr
worked to him.
A man will dig np the whole yard when
he wants to go fishing and not find near
so many worms aa be does when be
spades up one flower-bed the next day.
Socrates always claimed he married
Xantippe for discipline, but probably
she knew how to cry at the right time,
New York Pree?.
A father always thinks that a boy is
earning enough to pay his board before
bis mother sees it that way.
A man hopes all his life that time will
prove that he is right, but all that it
proves is that he ia growing older and
It is a good plan as well as an inter
esting experiment to try a few new va
rieties every year on a new scale.
Skirts with deep green moire velours
are new, with dresey bodices of sheer
Home-made doughnuts and biscait
can be bought in all the first-class
Shake Into Your Shoos
Allen's Foot-Ea.se, a powder for the
feet. It cures painful, swollen, smart
ing feet, and instantly takes the sting
out of cirnfi and bunions. It's the
greatest comfort discovery of the age.
Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight-fitting
or new shoe feel easy. It Is a certain
cure for sweating, callous and hot,
tired, aching feet. Try It to-day. Sold
by all druggists and shoe stores. By
mall for 25 cents, in stajnps. Trial
package FREE. Address, Allen 8.
Olmsted, Ie Itoy, N. Y.
Why is it we are so perversely sleepy
at times, and in places were somnolence,
is a social crime, whereas when we list
on our downy couch our eyes seam
pinned open. Philadelphia Times.
Piso's Cnre for Consumption is the only
dough medicine nsed in my house. D. C.
Albright, Mifflinburg, Pa., Dec. 11, '95.
How few women know how to hang
curtains correcily. They may satisfy
themselves in the matter, but a regular
curtain-hanger soon detects the flaws.
A stimulant is often needed to nourish
and strengthen the roots and to. keep the
hair a natural color. Hall's Hair Renewer
is the best tonic for the hair.
This is the season of the year fo re
turning the compliment of sending flo
ers to the neighbors who sent you flow
cre last winter.
Mrs. Wlnslow's soothiso Sybup for child
ren teething, xoltens the gums, reduces inltsra
mstion, allsys pain, cures wind colte. lac bottle
A good way of using up stale bread it
to bake it well in a moderate oven, then
roll finely with a pastepin. This saves
buying rasps for ham. fih, etc.
THE CITY HOSPITAL.
sick young woman was brought in on a
as death and evidently suffering keen agony.
and a consultation. In less than a
quarter of an hour the poor crea
ture was on the operating table to
undergo the operation called
There was no time for the usual
preparation. Her left ovary was on
the point of bursting; when it was re
moved, it literally disintegrated. If it
died almost in
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