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The Clarke Courier.
ol. xxxi. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, February 22, 1899.
THE CLARKE COURIER.
JOB WUKK OF ALL KINDS
t'OSTKKS, SALK BJLL\
. VUDS, BLANKS, 4c, a?
aecuted promptly ami neatly and at fair
flrJOB WORK -rust bepaidforupon
THE CLARKE COURIER
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THE i 1 \1T3aK niCKIKK ia puhliah?-<t
' we*?kly at 099 l?"Li ?k *??" f ? ' ?**
r?n> in tee ?N?s irhen not pa;?, ?n ??Ivanre
two ?lnllara will b?-* invariahiv ?barn?-??!
Anv??iTi?it?iic>T?? a i?" rate
m IkaUaraaad F ?"*?> l ?areta '?" ?.?l'iare
j (ten linea? for thrrr lBaa*rti<oas. and V?fly
?Vnta met ?"???.?are f?>r ea? ii n.l.htioii?! ma?rr
| ti??n. A?I ?? ? r% .*-?*?*?.? y th?? half
| y?*ar or fee* at !?**? rat*?a
Marshall M<-t"??Miii?'k. H. H. M?-4'?>rmi?k
Marshall McCormi?k & Soa.
We have forme?! a partnership to pra.ti .
,??,,? All liiifiitu'H? will >j*eceive prompt
?irrica?On Church St.. in ? 'mm h?. ;-.
W. T. Lewis,
will atU ?d to any buaines* ????iuinitt??d t..
him in the eourta <?f Clarke and adjoiniii?'
CUUnUaa. ft|Mffilal attention given t.? ti.ll ?
lion?. OlB?*e <?n Chur?-h str?*et. nearly <?pj>??
?ite the jail. _ feb.*? ly
A. Moore, Jr.,
1'ractn^ea in the Courts of Clarke and ?vl
ioining counties, and in the Court ??f Ap
Ornea?In the Clark.? County Bank
nuildiug iaii.'? **M
GKle3 ook, Jr.,
FROjVT ROYAL, VA.,
Will attemi to any business c??minitt?*<i t?.
? iim in the Circuit Court ?>f Clarke ?'oiinty.
John. Y. Page,
r<?mntli?NiiiiiiT in Chanoery,
BERK Y VILLE, VA.
Sam'l. J. C. Moore,
Will practice in the ?-.?urts ?>t Clarke, Fr?*?le
ick, Warren and laoii.toun countu*>. in the
? upreme Court of Ap}?eals ?it the Mate, as
well as in the I'. B. Court at Harnaouburg.
Dr. Gr. H. Oliver,
1 \I-.VI 1ST.
Kor several years a private pupil of Prof J.
H. Hodgkiu, and a gra?lui?t? ??I the lialOiunre
?'?.?liege ?>t l?t*iitai .^ur,;?*ry. has ha'altM |x;r
mauwutly in berry vilie. \ a
Nltroua Oxids lias a.imiinstered.
2raT~urru E?iii Ku.-u??*U *?? building, over
l.ippitt'x I ?rug .-?tore.
Nome Jl^*a?f t ??
Having a?l?l?*?l largely to my ?link of Kur
niture. laa public .*? invit?*<l to call and in
?pect the ?..-une. luregur.ito pru ??.-> 1 v. i.ih
to say 1 can compete with anv huBSS m the
Look at These Prices :
BEDSTEADS, in ?>ak or -.xiplar. fr.?ni lal.im
up, ilureuus and lYaahttaililS very ?heap,
also, oak .-Miletioar.lt? ami ."?ales Parlor ia
hles, Wardr??!??**?, oak and poplar Fancy
Stands, ExteiiMioii l'ai?!?**- in oak ami walnut.
Woven-wire .Mattre-*.-i?*>, g???ni quality, ?f-l.OU,
Shuck and all-hair iiatirawj-aa trmu e?> ?tu to
912.UD. Solni ?>ak *?uit*a, very nue, only ?fit
Very hue oak Suits, linely carveil, e.'J to
?30. Parlor .?-uita, in oak, walnut >?r cherry,
#?5 and up.
Ala??, a large lot of ??Id-fashioned s)>lit
buttom ?'hairs ami Kockers at $3.'Jo ami up,
per ?et A tin?' assortuuMit of Fancy Kuck
ing ?'bairn, Oak, Maple ami Kattun, fl.75
H P. DEA HI?. Agent.
Undertaking a Specialty.
I keep instiK-k nil gra?ie.?? ?if Casket? and
Collins, such as hla.k cloth, walnut and
cherry, black cloth Metalli?' Caskets, ami
white Caskets. 1 air?.? ?it? embalming when
r?Hiu?Mte?i. Onlers by telegram promptly
fill?*?.!. 1 have the finest Hearse in the Val?
ley, ami satistai'tion guarantee?! in all
In ail business matten? my motto is TO i'i.kask.
aad no trouhle will be spare?! to ?I?? s??.
marAltf H. P. DEA Ah.
Marbe & Granite Works,
Cor. Oe?>rge and North Streets.
Diehl Sf Bro.,
*?' 'N?MENTS. - TOMBS, - STATCES
Slate and Marble
and all kinds of
Building Marble and Sandstones.
AU ordere promptly filled at the lowest
rates All work guaranteed,
?ep ?. "9*2
W. H. ELWELL.
Harnes? >I it 1***??-,
? ANn uka'i.rk IK?
Saddles, Collars, Whips, Lap
Has removed his estai? lia muent to S??uth
atreet, at the reiar of S. F. Haugbman'a store.
Kepairiug promptly done. fjun6
Digests what yon eat.
11 artificially diifeststhe food and ai
Nature in strengthening and roc
?tructing the exhausted digestive <
gana. 11 is the latest disroeeredd i gi?
ant and tonic. No other prepara
c*o approach it in efficiency. It
?tantly relieve? ?and permanently
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heart1
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, N:
all other result* of Imperfect dlkr'
_***rspor?d by C? C? DeWitt 6\ Co.. C ?
rpHE COURIKR'8 facilities fordoing nke
X Job w??rk are not surpassed by an y offlos
n the Valley of Virginia
MUSIC IN i Ht NIGHT.
V~. "r,,'! "*"" "'' r|?h??.m T?-t.
Th.? niiv-lit tata ; tteko.
1'" ?"?*"??* ' ? h.rabtrfaJ hoaxa
bee wBi-h th. i.?-?v. ?*? n. ,t.
Barro m ?hi-, ... |,| D,,...,nt>Pr Blr
I tl hear th. iiii*hil\ tilia ?a.
An 1 ?.nee arn?n rin-n?l th? ,M?st,
The thoughts ?.f olil.-n tun??,
A)-?-?? yon alh-nt. Bjaaaajgkj t?,wa
Th?*r?? fl.int? a ifts*aat a? n-,
A mellow tun?* thi.t ?wrlh th?? l-r.-^ra
An.I aofilv sail* al??nic.
It ?-??ni?--? t?i nie In ht?'??riiiK nnt??a,
la f.unt ami raoarnfej M rala,
Altai ?adttor grom rt hut rain?.
?> t?ain that atMith?-*?t ??..?.in'
It 1 rtaTtaa tin- ha? k th?. ?l,ar old ??.lie*-,
.-??Ik'*? ?aleooiiU l? n : n^tt,
ori h?*or?l ann-tii* I he moonlit ki-ot?w
Ht a-A,??-! Kiiplirnt? ?V t?..\,
? ?iir*? mor*. I Htnn.l I.*? ?,n?* ?1? ar f?.i m
l'p.n ?In? ?ntf , . kund
Tu aaamr (unit ? ? !.. . . dt? nf:ir
An?! prrsa a lr?*it i.ii?t- himd
Ah. h?jw ih.- iiiuriiMiriiii; riv.r hie-ht-d.
Th?* ii.h.ij otoa i??il. .1 ni ..?.??,
"Ah. n trote tito <? tuii.fui H|n thsaa rusivl
Kw?-?*t iii.-lo.li? m ,,f |
?> i?n?e|.>s p.*??t. ?? ?Ir.iiti hi;., j..*, ...
?> Inn? rotii?*i?]l??r? <1 in.-?*.
What ?hat in y?.?i gire tin. hiraniftr's aon,*.
What >-.nl iiikI t? ti.l.-r i*; ?
***** tOtm in |*??ld ?? ? h pl.u?,.ir?-?.
la vanity <>r Ml
grUet t?. n a is ?rorth a w.rht.
And ?m?? tru? t.-.-u ? lifu
' unknow t?, nti.l fr?.tn tin*. I
1 .?i hatln. -w? no! ?!?|-iirt
A?? rala will oalj brli htea Boar es a
Ql ufa beaut if \ ti.?
? a Trnn?*t-rij)t
Wh. n '.?.irg?' ?Parker mad? bia Aral
n the football ti' Id at
lota rollrg?*. about two *atreks aft?
er the term lagan, he ?aim? unheralded
Th.- football eathnsiasta had
has*/ for days diecat-sing i h?* m? rita ami
qaalificatioas ?l t: ??..?,: ;? new nun
who hud come op t' i tbefiral time that
yeai and were trying for poeitiooa ob
th?? t? am. (?iii?'1 t otball material was
?jcaroe at Ch v? don, aad lbs .apt.un und
th.? ?-.?ach win? at their wits ?ml to
construct a winning tram with the can
didateawba had thai? farappean it. The
very ?lav thai ?Park : made bia initial
appearance they bad beld a abort
oooncil in the directora' office at the
gymnasium before gi .ngi n the fi? Id for
the afternoou pra ? th?' ?ml
a- they Viewed it ut the tune, was
?Oaadidates for i tdtl aa behind the
line were many, aad wome of them ,
promise of ?h-vi'lopiiig nit". yen,
but th.* linemen, tap? ? tally the (tacklaa
left mut'h to be desned ?' the ? I??.-??* of
Shaw, the ooach, axpresaed bimaslf
very forcihly ns to the qnalificationa ? ?
at l?eaat ?tase ol tin? -playera: "I t? 11 you,
Arnold, ?we n?u*?t gel aomelife mt.? that
line or th.? ?beat backs in th.* world
won t Win gam? s for us. Now. there s
lim ?? ut 1? it tackle Ele 'a big and strong
enough to Stop u freight traiu. hut he
plays as though beware ?had ?ut his
If we only had son e man to go in
against him mi tue aerob eleven ami
wake liiui tip and giv?> hi-.n a bit ?'f a
t-care. be might amount to sometbiog*
but as it is Iu-'k about aa lively aa an
loa wagon. "
All thiH eras t? ? obvious to elicit
anything m?*ie*e than a very glo? my ao*
fpuiese? lie.' lrum thecaptaiu. and the t WO
in?*n tramp?-.! out through the ?gym*
uasium tt? the practice Beld, and here
they fonnd Parker foe the first time
among tin? crowd ??t yootba passing and
kicking tin? ball He was of medium
height, rather light bal firmly built,
re.-?? m billig the ??lb? r young m? n around
lu lu in general app. arauce, azoapl l? r a
rather unu.-ual aqBareneaS of tho j:?w
and levelne.-s of gaz??
He came toCleeedoa from an obscure
little academy iu a ili.*-taiit state, where
he had prepared for ooJlege. Tin? tap
taiu t?f the scrub eleven had BOticed him
iu chapel m the morning and afterwaid
bad hunted him ?>ut. and, having learu
e?i by diut of hnr I questioning that ha
bad played font hall ami at h-iisl knew
the rudiments ?>f th?> ?game, liad a.-ked
biui lo como out to tho tit Id iu the aft?
ernoon nutl have a try at tho BtBDOOd
The seooud or ?scrub eleven, he it
kuowu, is com pi ?sed of tho candidates
who aro denied aplaca ou the varsity
aud who yet for tho ?sake of the sport
and iu tin? hope that one day proinotiou
niav fiud them out are willing to work
on without glory or reward an lean they
find them iu tho hard practice game
played daily with the varsity. From
the ranks of the siruhs OOBM the suhsti
tutes for tho varsity, ami n good player
In the former may well ?lar?, hope t?> be
ohosou ou the varsity the next yeeut. It
in, aa one may seo, B sort of apprentice*
ship or traiuiug school through which
oue most pass boforo he reaches the
It bad been tbo banc of tho scrub cap?
tain's life hitherto that he had not been
able to fiud u man iu his n.ise? Ihineous
lot who was able to play a hard enough
game against lince, the varsity kit
tackle, either to cans?? l hat gent le man
any particular incouveuieuco ?.?r to satis?
fy the demands of Shaw. They had all
made the mistake of ?"bucking" straight
into him, and being inferior in weight
and muscle to Brice, who was a giant
in size, if not iu intellect, the result
may be imagined.
Thus it happened that in sheer des?
peration Parker was eliosen ou this his
first night out to go in against linee.
and, if possible, frighten him into im?
proving bia playing.
As the two men hi ?k?d each other
ever for a moment beton? tho bsll was
pat in play Brice thought to himself.
rather contemptuously, that h.? would
have no trouble with this ?.tripling, but
after Parker had brokeu through two or
tbree times on plays around his end
and dowued tho man with the hall be
began to realize that ht? had a v?iy uu- :
osual sort of scrub tod.i! 1 with, aud
that it would retiuire muui thing ver/ j
?ifTcr??nt from bia ?military style of
jira? ?it?? gam?? t<? k? ?p this fellow occu?
pied. After ho awoke to tbia fact Par
i k?'r'a lot I eeame rather barder, and ha
wa 1 r? i.l to niiiitin himself with an
occasional tackle lehind th? mterfer
ataoa wlun th?? rentier was alow or the
I ball was iioorly passed
Hut the climax nun? just before the
: 9' ?se of the l<"> minuto?-' practice. The
varsity had ?arm d tbe ball d??wn
tin- Held ?lir. tly in trout et aud about
?Ju yarda from the M-rub?*' goal. P.irk- r
had I?. ?-? ;ii?*' somewhat u???i to tbe var?
sity play by this tin.?*, an?! when ho
?-aw th?? full back drop I a. k and the
bail backs mow* out from ami' back ?if
tin ir r? uular puMtion* lie knew that a
goal fn-in tin? ?Said was to bo ? lad
lb r?) was hi- last ? h:in.e t?? outwit tho
U??w fully awakened iim.
laataad of aaorlag ?>ut. as bo might
B B1 ?i- i- .1 to ?lo. iu ?,r?b r t ? g? t
S clearer beld and open the lina, ho
, morad la olose ami mail, a f? lal a?
though intending to diva bet wean tackle
and guard, which was JtatM the sort ?,f
: play it was the delighl of lirue s heart
; to stop. IJ?? was ?iraitu ally Immoral ?
' aud wo?? t.? th.- Bolncky mortal who at
t?nipt? .1 "go through ' bun Nothing.
?however, was latrthec from **?arkar*i
, mind than th.? attempting of such s
feat. Instead, aa the ball ?was mapp-t-d,
h? wii? i i? i! out qeickly. caaght Brice -
arm in bia own and, whirling upon
j him a- ?h a pivot threw that worthy
fiai on bia back ami m a hod at the fall
just m time to ?block a well direct
? d try for g..al
The men on the side lines ch?
lort! ly I? r the placky scran tack!
tin coach gladdened his heart with i
few w? ru-it coniim mhitiou, while th?
discomfited Lit ice had a bad five niuiutc
explaining to th? captain how it al
Aft? t that ?Park? r's play was ?ireful
i ly wat hid by both Shaw ami Arnold
! Bl ii??l that util* M !:<
Im ki d .-harp and worked hard be nugh
mi i -?? tin position kVhich h?- had be
gnu to lo k B| a aa pecaliaily hia own
Under tbia ttimultas be improved won
der folly, and the hopes <-f the rooter
i ?again a* they saw ih? line grot
stri iiL" r and faster day by ?lay
The gi t at game of t ha '
which all the otlmrs were but a pre pars
t i"ii. was tbe oae with Hanover col leg?
played tin i year al Clev?
?Ion r? r i the yellow an
bloe ol Han ver had waved triomphant
and their t? am was ri'i oru?! to be i
better condition tbau over.
Al 1. sf the ?great day arrived an?! tb
morning train brought with it the Hai
over team an i u great croad of student!
air? ady b. a ing of th?- victory that wa
sure t<> be their- odd.- w re offer?
freely, boi the Clevedoo boys, mindfi
it H.* ?a of former defeata, wan
t. Tel, and mu? h Hanover mou?
wi nt begging?
Th?'?lav was an ideal one for fo? thai
<ii-p and tu?.1. with that suspicion <
frost in th? air that pats ?v? ry play?
on hi? mettle and makes every ncn
tingh? with pure human joy of livitO!
On mach B ?lay i-vt n a dit* id. r? d Iim
1 tee its ascaudeacy over the muid, an
blootl racsa tbroogh tbe et
an exhilarating flood. Iu spit?? of tl
lateaesa of the aeasoo the cloaa clippi
lurf was gr. ?*n and m ft as velvet at
the field, li.ied on Silber ?id?? Wil
? bleachers filled with a gayly dressed, ri
boa bedecked crow?!, was au inspirit
aigbt. Everyone la tin? little low
Withoot ICgaid to ape. six or i r>>??
?condition of aervitade, bad turned o
to Witness what proved to I 8 a butt
Hanover, witb their usual ?good f<
tune, won the toas and chose tbe noi
g al, with the wind at thiir b.o k
Borrows, the Clevedon full back, swni
hi? toe Hit?? the pig-kin mil s?nt
whirling well down int.? the anemj
country, with the ends close afur
and the tattle wa- on. Hanov. r s?
their hacks aroond the Cle\edoueu
for a lew short gains, and then lost t
bull on a fern ble. Clevedon luid it f
a few plays ami lost it. and so the I i
tie rag** d. lia* k ami forth in th?< c< nl
?f tin? field tiny fought. < kvasionallj
long kick by the full back WOOld ?In
tin. ball down the ?field, and one g?
*?r the other would l?e temporarily t
danger??!, but stun the ball would
carried back to th?. center, and t
Mruu'gl?' would he begun again. T
teams w? r?. so evenly matched that n
th?T was able to gain more than a t?
porary advantage ?wer the other, a
th?? first half closed without, either hi
ing si- u .1.
For tin first five minutes of tho s
OOd half it was th? same t-fory o?
?gain, but after ?uu? ?if ll.nm? er's fiei
rusiu's Into tb?' line a figare was s?
atretcbed en the grooud and a thrill
apprehension ran along the side lin
"Who is it.-" "Is In* Hanover or Cle
don'." "What SUba have we?" w
some of the ?juestn ns BOSiooaly aski
To the ?lisinay of the Clovedou ci
ting?'iit. it was discovered iu a uioiiu
thai it was Price, the big 1? ft tack
whoso lame ankle liad finally Miccui!
ed to a sevt re wrench. For him to O
tune? longer in th?? game was out of
??i., .?-lion, but who was thi're to take
?placel The only man who had pr
tu.d in that poaition was Parker, ?
whi'ii the "rooters" saw him strip
bis rwatBter ami trot across the field O
dient t?) the captain's suinmons ti)
heart.- sank within them What thai
would such a green stripling as he h;
against such a heavy, expernnccd pi
er as tho Hanover tackle? tint tho a
taifl r uieinbereti i'arker's play agai
BriuB and belli his peace.
The tirst play demonatratad tii
whatever ? lse ho might bo. Parker >
(in coward Wheii?>v?ir there was u ri
through his si?lo of tho iim? he waa ft
arally found at the bottom of tiie h
w h?n tlie mass of m?'ii BBtBOgled it?
Hut th?. ti* ice, determined, bulb
|iim that li.uiovir wa playing ?
Ugurnug to tell, and sl.?.\iy tin I
w .i h ing oiirricl mart r the ?ovc
i |?v? o m ? ?al ? M yar?l?. l-"?. -it?,
til the I .. : lay oa t?..- Ho yajfd lim
bore the advance atop-ard Tbi .?in
t'a?' Hanover backs drove headlong Into
lh?< (Jlevrdon hue. only to be beld aud
? tin ?wn back again.
It was the old gnard at Waterloo
iver again. One moie pluv and tbe ball
must go to Clevedou. lint the goal waa
-traigbt nlmad and only 30 yards away,
; and a w? I] directed kick would put
?'mover five points to tbe good. The
full back dropped btu-k aud every one
kiifw what was running. Every man
wa-* (Touching low iu tbe line with bis
muscles tense and every sense alert
watching tbe ball and the man opposite
him Back went th?? hall to tbe full
ha*-k. and aftet it the Clevedou quarter
hack, d.xlgmg quickly through a hole
b-stwaaa ??-uter and guard, but just too
: ite The ball barely clear? d Join flug?r
up- as it sailed np into the nir and
atraighl |ielw?'eu the goal posta. A clean
kick, ami tbe iian?i\?r I. l.-achers roared
an?! w iv. d tix ir ap| ri val.
Parket*, iu the rush ?if the m'?nient.
Wal ? is of nothing hut a mad de*
rire to tear bia way through the hue
aud reach the fall back, but struggle aa
he would tin' man opposite him block
ad biiu hard and low. aud his effort
w i?. tut il?- Du the Clevedou side ? ?f the
. th? r? was a gloomy aleaos that
w.i? almost tangible. <hily MVafl min
ni. s t * lay and the score 6 to Oagauiat
l'i.rrow s put tun ball in play again
With a low. switt kick that s?*ut it
atraight at <?m* of the big liauover
gnarda Taken i y surpris?*, mst
:uig it. he h*t the ball bound hack
ti. in his broad cheat straight toward
Parker, who was rushing down the
As tin1 ball ?bounded toward him.
r. iiienili ring the injunction of the
:i Bevel t<? try to kick up a ball un?
ie hail a char field before bun. he
threw hues? If full length at tbe ?
ed oval and gathered it in his ar:
At tin ?.?.im? motoani tl;>' unlucky
guard, rusiiiug from tbe other dir?ectioa
? .?ii lus ?rr r. stomblad over the
pr- ?it ?ti form and, whctli. r it was in?
tentional ??r accidental uo one ?\*r
knew, struck poor i'aik?*r full lathe
with t!ii t? i ? ? ? lii-. heavy slue, eat*
ting a ??? alo-. ? hll left eye To
the OlevedoB supporters on th
lui?*s it mm at 1 as tin ugh an evil fate
pursuing tlu-in Th? re wa-? no one
t?> take ?Parker a place, and how coold
be play w nil a lb i p cut in his he.ul aud
i streaming down bis fact* But
t h? y ?failed to r?*. gniaa the sjpirit ol u s
b y. and when the coach trml to lead
hun from the ti? hi he flatly refused to
I i- taken away "Lit me stay the game
out." he pleaded, aud theu as a shrewd
?thought hu added, "Who'll you
put in my placeasywayf" Tas force ?if
this argument struck the coach, aud,
plcat-ed with th?? boy's grit, he hud no
alternative but to yi?dd. ami back into
hi.? place went Parker, with his bloody
face and a handkerchief bound round
If he had played hard before, he play?
ed like a demon BOW, but the team v. as
going doWfl lull fast The i-ieu had lost
heart and w uh ever increasing swiftness
the liauover wedge ground its way
down the field until a final breathless
tally Stopped the advance on the 80
yard lina Out? min?te to play aud the
lianovet full back dropped hark lor an
Otter try for goal. Here was a last ties
Ite cbamv. au?i in spite of his ach?
ing, w hiriiug head l'.u ker remen,
the trick that had worked a?) well ou
Unce aud ?shoved in close to bia oppo
ueiit. Tho latter, u.istakiug the move?
ment, closed up the gap, wbeu, quick
as a fia.-h, as the 1ml 1 was -?napped,
Parker sprang out. whipped big husky
Opponent half around and rushed at the
full Lack like a tiger, with the speedy
quarter back clot-e at his heels. The
kick was swift and suro. but Parker
was quick? r. aud as the ball rose he
?prang high iu the air aud caught it
full on his outstretched arms.
As the ball bouu? i ed back Sheldon,
the quart? r buck, snatched it up. and
was off for tee liauover goal, SO yards
away. Behind him ?mimed the Hanover
half backs in hot pursuit, but it was no
use. A stern chase II I long cue, aud
uni Idou dni not h?)ld the varsity record
f. r the loo yarda for nothing. He plant?
ed the hall squar?-ly between the goal
posts, and Burrows kicked an easy goal,
making the azote c> to 6 iu CJevedon's
f.?vor, uud tune was up.
Ami Parker?well. Parker faiuted
away iu the a?ins of his roommate as
be tried to walk olT ti).? lit id aud was
aick tor a mouth with brain fever. But
he iiad earned hie nickname of "Bull
beaded" Parker, and lived to prove his
full right ami title to it ou many a hard
fought tit Id.
Ibey talk of his pow.rs yet back at
th?' ol?! college, but Parker is sleeping
in a (.uban grava, haying given his life
for his COBBtry this yet.r. He tell iu the
charge of the rough riders ut Sau Juan,
a hero to tho end.??bt. Louis Cilote
A Yellow l-Vver Cure.
A correspomit nt of a Loudon paper
asserts that no fatal results may he
fear? ?1 from yellow fever if the person
attacked, as BOOB as the symptoms ap
pear, takes tumhh-rlul of olive oil with
the juice of a limo squeezed into it.
This doae sh?ul?l be repeated till vomit?
ing und purging ensue.
"liiin is Infallible iu ?hooking the
virulence of the complaint, " says the
letti r writer, "und a spe? ?iy convales?
cence invariably follows*. 1 have not
only proved its efficiency personally,
but have witnessed it*- completo suueess
iu tl,)/ens of cases, both iu Cuba aud
bout h A men ou. "
!'(*<*?*?l lb.- I.inns.
Aim ran Kxplorci spuming a yarn)?
|lol very l??ng ago 1 w?nt out olio day
unarmed, win u i suddenly fouud my
self face to face with three lion.-.
Friend? W ell:
Explorer?1 ti\.d my ga/ai? on the
brutes, then stu? k my bauds in my
pockets and walked away, whistling an
air troin an op? ra
Kiuud?And didn't tbe inns un
nii'iiitt ly rush at you?
?Ji.pl?.re**?Th? y couldn't It waa at
tbe ?too - London Til Hits
WASHING OAR LINEN.
THE SYSTEM wh CM IS U - O AT THE
?% Wonaier Uanttr, In Wtil-?i l.*"V>
f.falla.ua ?>f <?l.n|l. ?!?, ?I,- ?>l. Ill?- l*rt?iii
laea. Are t *?-?l mWvwwg I)*?? on l.-..0.?0
IMecea of 1,1??*-?.
Big laumines are commonplace
enough, hut a laundry which can aob
t-tantiat" its < laim to b? iu,: the larg? ?t
iu th?* world, which uses a tOB of aoap
i day Btad >"?t wash?- MM of the pub
he's lim-ii, would s? ? m to Ite an aiiom
cly. Sur h a laundry is the OBM at
Pullman. Ills . maintain, d by tho Pull
man Pala?"" Car company for the wash?
ing and irctiuig of th.- lb .a-anda of
sh'?*ts, pillowcase and limilat f ?r
?Ishingfl la daily use on its sleeping
car!? through?" ut the country
Tho boildlng isa handsome brick and
stone ?jtrtaetnre of iwi
To tins building com.-s every morn
iniit by aantrass soiled linea in ?arload
lots. Theeeare delivered ar tbe east ?*nd
of th?' baildiag in aqaare canvaa ' us
of uniform aize, and each is carefally
billing the < ?at? at* "f
th? - I ?ix rt:fT?*r
ent ?1? pots in th?* ci ?acco?
rd ' f ?'ach day - i aud
disbi.r- 1:1. in- is kept V* baga
are opened al Pullman t: -i are
r?'c< unte?! ami piled in a ?r aeiacuoua
in ap upon the fi made
to r? turn ta B car th>
I from it -i-?. in number and
kinds A pi?*?'?* i I linen on a Pullman
r i ?. i ? . ? r I time until it
, returned 'r- m 'he laundry.
t be week 'a
car u? ts fr? ?h th? I i** and ?
Ive immense i;:i?-- Indratilio
laui ry fl T piles ai
to the a ?ski is aud
I to tueir obi
are 7 1? et long aud ?I f? ? ' iu du
and ?consist of lai
toi - atauding on \\ eir aid
lugs at the I pa Insidi
rat? ?I I : id? r It
an < peuing in these cylind? r.- tb? 1
is i la ?hell holding ? t ts
aud a proportionate amount ? f
article*- a r the admission of fa t wa
tir mu? a certain amount ol - the
cylinders mi? s. t to revolving and
m r.-ing automatically. ?Pipea carry
and hot wattr to eacfa wa-. the
hot water is alwaya kept at 111 gj
lu twenty minutes the washing la com?
pleted aud the niiMiig, first iu hot and
?afterward iu o Id water, ami the addi?
tion i f the reqaiaite amount of blaiug
nclude tho \x ? ?? ?Saeta mac!
can wash 4o0 shetts pel hoar, aud .
Out.? pi? a | of J im n u tlay is the a?? I
Tho "wringing" of the linen ii
? rmed by ten hydraulic extrae:
These aro rmta?ic circular tubs .
? m diameter and l? inclus ?i
Within each is a perforated ?
basket into which the limn is packed.
These ba.sk? t s are circular iu sha;
revolve 1.5O0 times a minute for 10 ? r
lj minutes, throwing oil
? . ntrifngai force until the co?tent s
?early dry. WhenenfBciently dru.i
pieces, whit h an ?packed main:
mas.-? s. are takeu our by men an
i?j machines called tumblers.
These ?machines are merely r. volving
wooden cy lindera, with inter! rana;
meuta tor shaking oui tbe n as.*? .
aigned to them, lu a few mon
pieces are all separated Uirl? :
empty the tumblers en 1 as
th- ..tcry to cou.-igt:
them to tho niaugles* or ironing :
Thtro uro eight of the larg? at size
pi? x in angles for car linen. Lach cvu
t*. l.-t s of a hollow metal lio cylinder
inclus long uuti 24 ?uciies in diameter.
There are also live tell covered roil
coming in contact with each cylinder
for the porpose ol feeding the pi?
smoothly ami absorbing tue remaining
moist O?a Alter passing throagfa ti ?
machin?e, ?theironing portioned which
aro kept at ?too ?degrees bymcanaof
i team, the linen emerges beautifully
irone?l and finished on both sni, ? Uirls
operate tin? machines. They also fold,
sort and tie the various articles prepai
atory to the counting and packing.
The packing is done in bond lea *?n
si.-'mg of ten sheets or 25 pi How slip.?,.
! or an approximate number of napkins.
? well and the like. These bandlea are
?placed m canvas boxes. Each box hole.?
jOUhht t t.or 1.000 o? rbe ?mailer piecea.
The boxes are then sealed and loaded
into cars at tho west end of the build?
ing Tin se cars go to the city by express
und the goods are delivered to the vari
[ OUM stations by express as they may be
Tho number of employees needed to
carry on th3 work upon the first door
of the laundry are 100 woven ami twe?
lfth of that Bamber of men. Th?< latter
aro ustii in the heavier opi rations, the
girls, white capped aud whiteaprt.mil.
attending to tho lighter duties of the
The second floor la devotoil to star? h
work, such m coats and caps of wain r?
on the ?lining cars. Here irouiiig and
polishing machines of leeeet sort are
found. About ?r>0 operatives are here t n
The aoap qtaeetioa is an all uui ??nan*
one ut the ***\illnian lauuilry. Fifteen
hnndred gallons of soft or diluted ?aoap
?iie used daily. It is all made ?u the
frcmi es und amounts *o a ton gross
weight of the washing oompooad.
? figures to ha appreciated should
! ? M i matad from the amounts us? ?1 t a
WashilBggarpaacain theordiuary t'.nuae
b.dit; but few pe??pie. aven in Pullman,
; are aware of tho mag?ita com
I paay'a lanodry. Beyoaidtlie fact that it
|ivi's cm ploy meut to a large numb : cd
fnung women ami a leaser number of
nun but little iatetvst ? xi^rs iu us
dailv output.?(.'hi?,rago liiiune.
A LUCULL?8 DINNER.
ONE FEAST THAT ASTOUNDED TWO
OF HIS FRIENDS.
Pompey ?iid < leero Tried to C?tela
the Faniooa ?.ornian?! lu ??? Trap.
lint the IIiiiiiai? Spendthrift Fairly
MBright Sides of History" i.? the title
of a aeries of articles by K. H. HoUFe in
.-t Nuhola-. In a story form, iutrodac
odera l?nys aud itirl-, the author
?its sonic of the raost amoa*n*g epi
in hi-tory. The loll vin-*: is one
"Lm ullus was very foud of fin?? din
uef-"?> r-- -?? 5 iiau w i ? r in m in
ins later y ira lu early life he waa one
of the ?greet? at i f K man gpn^ral.i. and
a? middle age be b.?d kingdoms at hia
Bat, like many public men of that
?- pursue', by envious eue
and instead of making a stand
againat th? m be ?gave up ail hi? glory
am! ?lev?te?! himself to idle luxury. Al
though be v. rmonaly run. be
amazed his fru-nda by the amount of
min. y be apent in feast iag them. No
matter at what hour a visitor called a
r- ady to be
i ? a bo a i re intimate
him often tried to catch him uuprepar
? 1, I ut no ? "ded. The n
artful trap < f all w.i Pompey and
r ut Lucuiluswas too sharp even
tor t n. "
"Do yon meas.'' asked Hurry, hia
eyes round with astonishment, "do you
m the great Pompey and Cicero we
hear ao much about at school'-"
"The v. ry same. Those were the
nun. Ditl you think that Pompey was
always tightiug iatti* -, aud that C'ic?-ro
?lid Homing but S'.? ak pi**?.'es in t:i??
D Th dm ?? to vary
u.i oo * na and eue
Lucullu?. strolliug" like
th ami lai?! a plan to take him
by ? bad a pur
r to ask He promised to do
:i hi.-? power, ao 1 t b
a ith him taat l
d.r !i t!:..t be aboul : make
no i r*
meal ii If.
t ot? rtau. g
int. S int
tuent for the next day, but thej
listen l him. Then .?? wanted to
call lus servants, and th> y objected to
trive to give ?Jome seen - They
int uld uot epen bis lipa
t an | ??...:
ramble around uutil d:. :i?*r time and
then take t: i m directly I biadwell!
Here ' ? stand. He protest? d.
r enough, that they demanded
t mo :. lit- :..? : !? : witJ
D saying that he - I g back
th? re t.? diue. At least his friemis muet
all iw him ?? woald
wii might be no I a IL
"They saw no harm ': this. .
aftei ccnsulting together -bat
b< that t ne
and nothing mere, t at he ploy
a stranger 11 do the er
ak t" him m their beariug. so that
y coo Id g laid ag
w rivate .-igual? ?us pre
ti tided to be i xtren ; aud de
clared that they dis . *jg fit to
N? rertheleaa be i ed, aud
calling a public met gave this <ii
r tion, '?.in to my house a::?i tell
steward to serve ?iiuuer in the Apollo
as usual. Pompey and Cicero were de?
lighted. T. i v k< ? t clOBB t ? their ho>t
through the rtst of the , -.ngsure
t it. tbongb they would have an excel?
lent meal, they had prevented him this
lime from making ous I ous
?ii-j. laya in which he revtled.
"Wii.n at last the thr?. entered th?
dining room the sight of the table almost
t .. away their breath. It -a .is decora:
? . with a maguiL. r.ad uct
?dream? il of. But thia was i
wbal ft lowed. Course after 'oars,
the ra. si : d was Ml before t.iem.
with wines that were almoat beyond
price, until at the cud they calculated
that the cost of the repast could u.:
have ?been lesa than a sum equal to ?flu,
i in our moot ? .!>
" \\ by that is a small fortune toapend
for one dinner !" esclaimea Percy.
"i .. mai .-ay s??, indeed. They wove
qui te right in their reckoning. Lucullus
h.ut ? utwitted them and carried his
point exactly as in* wished.*'
"How, uncle.- Tell us how-'" the cbil
dreu crii ?1
"Think it ont foi rea aaid
l'iule ?. laxton, bot tbo only attempt at
a solution came from Dick, who after
pondering deeply caused an outburst of
nurtb by remark it perhaps it was
Friday Di .*. evidently imagined t
the exj lanation winch bad cleared up
tin* uij au t v t bia ou? la's dinner might
l g I ei ... for anything in aucieut
'No, no, Dicky." raid Uncle Claxton,
"that's not tlie ?jecret. *i. a most re?
member th? message winch Luce,
eei?t to his steward? that he would "dine
in the Apolla' He bad several diuing i
bails, named after varioni Rosean g
and all differently arranged for different
kill?!-? of feaata He had only to mentioa
which of tin'se lio would occupy t.
ins servants know wh.it preparations
were neotreeery and precieely h >w *.?..
money should b?? spent. It was the ru'i
that a dinner or supper in the Apollo
should cost a sum ? ?tuaj t?> about $10.
000 of our Aim ricau, money, aud it wae
at tli*?i rate that Pompey aud Cicero
Were entertained They did uot learu
till hug alter how l.u.'uilus hau mall?
as. ? tin* affair "
Li mil h i- i hai ? the ouly city m
im w? rid thai .m b uis-t of a hvui-e ?
11 Vn loria -?treet ?which is located m
ai* part*?: ?
Warm Felt Slippers.
Fur Irimmed felt Julietts.
? H?ix < alf. Rua
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la rece.ving at all
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ami will fun
publisher! ta all
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??st, the .?
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Our Fall Millinery
?AND OCR !?'.*. F?*
Ladies' Furnishing ?s
sn.l in f
O&VC us ?? call.
L E MI? AM'
Sibert -5c Der^ny,
?I inch i ?/ - - Ja.
GOLD AND SILVERWARE.
SILVER-IT. A rED W'A
WATCHES. CLOCKS, <fec,
jan! BIBER ?v l>l \n^
DRUGGIST ANPAi < AR Y
Fine Tobacco and Cigars,
PAIJ. TS, OILS, WLYDO TT
a lass, a
*> I FOR
HAWKS' CELEBRATED l) SES
For Fiiqe Siloes
-OV \l.l KIM'S
Made to Fit the Foot
i POSTOFFIl B,
U inchest er, - J a.
?EVERY PAIR (?I AUAXTKKD
Hi r Itf
WATCH AND CLOCK
1 ? ?*|m i ri il?*'
Mr. O. F. Littleton,
\Vhi?sf prartn-ii! ??\p?*r".?'iH?' in repairm?,
(lijcks and Watches is support???! by t?a*ai
-bobIbIb fr.tm all aho bave s vailed them
atlvaa ot hia acr a ?tea, hastacated nail door
t?> th?' r?.ati?tli? c. i\ !i?r? hi a ill (>?? alad to IV
:i'.N fr-iin tboas wanting- repaira doas
t?> their tim?'-k?'t??>t*r?i r?f j.w i
All work ?promptly .it?) wellaxi-cut?
July.? lv ?> F LITTLETON