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THE PERftYSBURG JOURNAL, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1903.
RAISING THE WIND.
How Capital "Wan Procured by Fifth
Iowa liny for "Chuclc-
Among thoregimcntB composing the
Third brigade, Third division, Seven
teenth corps, nenr Oxford, Miss., just
before Col. .Murphy's surrender of our
cracker and ammunition' stores at
Holly Springs, .Miss., was the Ninety
third Illinois, -well-officered, well
equipped, and with new knapsacks,
tilled to overflowing with "milk and
honey," or what pleased a veteran sol
dier better, new clothes. Consequent
ly, the three other regiments of the
brigade were rejoicing when their turn
oaroo. to march behind that, splendid
regiment of "tender-feet," says n
writer in the American Tribune. And
STARTED THAT HALF BARREL.
their sutlers, too. His stock was rich,
principally of that which the boys
longed for canned whisky with a
beautiful picture of luscious peaches
without. The first night that this unc
tuous sutler camped with his brigade
was one of great rejoicing. But, alas!
when morning came that sutler's
stock had vanished, and not a soldier
knew whence it had come, norwhith
er it had gone.
While this happy brigade Iny at Mil
liken's Bend, above Vicksburg, wait
ing the finishing of that promising
canal that was to take in the mighty
Mississippi, nmUhereon float the Army
of the Tennessee to victory and the
fiiilf of Mexico, there appeared again
that solid sutler of the Ninety-third
Illinois, with a splendid stock of all
a soldier needed, excepting canned
whisky, but he had one-half barrel of
boer, which, alas for the beer-lovers
of the Twenty-sixth Missouri, was first
discovered by the boys of the Fifth
Iowa. One of that poor but sturdy
band of fighters, who knew nil the mys
teries of "chuck-a-luck," and ex
plained them to his dear comrades of
the Ninety-third Illinois, actually had
money, and he bought that half-barrel
of beer. That night his company
fared sumptuously, but the next morn
ing there was wailing in the camp of
the Fifth Iowa, for capital was needed
to continue the "chuck-a-luck" indus
try, and lo, the boys had none. But
again the occasion brought, forth the
man, and his name was "Lafe." In
the night he carried that half-barrel
to the bank of the river, and there it
was filled with wholesome Mississippi
water. In the morning, accompanied
1)3 a guard of his comrades, he started
that half-barrel rolling through the
camp of the Ninety-third Illinois, ap
parently in great haste! to reach the
camp of the Fifth Towav but -was
bailed and. finally halted by nearly a
thousand Illinoisans. To save that half
barrel, he was compelled to sell it to
those cruel marauders for the small
sum of $20. Behold, the Fifth Iowa
again had capital, and "chuck-a-luck"
Greek Meet Greek.
In Sherman's memorable march to
the sea his forces encountered a foe
which might have turned the tide of
events hadi it not been, for the timely
interference of petticoat protection.
As tile serried columns of soldiers ad
vanced with great and imposing pomp
and power down the main street of
Savannah, Ga., a gate suddenly sprang
open and emitted a rusty, ragged'negro
urchin and n grisly, bench-legged cur,
both thoroughly electrified with cTirr
osity and excitement. With true canine
aggressiveness the small dog barked
and bounded with audacious ferocity,
while the terror-stricken boy, para
lyzed' by the pomp of the panorama
passing before him, without moving
lihs eyes or changing his attitude,
screamed the alarm: "Oh, mammy,
mammy! don't let Tige bite the army!"
Veteran' L'nliiue Iilra.
II. P. Patterson, of Aurora, 1ml., n
veteran of the civil war, while on a
visit to Gettysburg recently succeeded
in. locating a. lorge bowlder behind
which he sought shelter during the fu
rious attack of the confederate troops.
Although the rough rook weighed1 be
tweeu six and. eight tons, Mr. Putter
win purchased it from the Gulp estate
and had .it shipped to liin western
home, where lie. intends to use it as a
monument to mark his grave after
his death, Chicago Chronicle.
11 In Iilen of u Sucker.
"Do you consider a man who bets on
another man's game a professional
gambler?" asked the inquisitive per
son. "Not me," replied the party who had
been up against it. "I consider him the
rankest kind of a rank sucker."
GIRL 01 THE WAR PERIOD.
She Wno Forced to Do Mneh Work to
IVliIcli She Wan Not Ac-
"The civil war," said the sergeant,
In the Chicago Inter Ocean, "mnde as
great a change in the young women
of the period as it did in the young
men. I have often thought that the.
impulse thnt has carried so many girls
into employments formerly monop
olized by men was born in the. first
years of tho war. Tho girl of the pe
riod was proud of her femininity, nnd(
was extremely particular in the mat
ter of employment. Even the father
of a large family of girls might not
ask his daughters to do whnt was re
garded as men's work, without excit
ing criticism from both men and
"The girl of the smaller city, the
village and the country drew a sharp
line between whnt she might do nnd
what her- brother might do. She was
a reaction from the girl of the previ
ous generation, who had been trained
to do all sorts of work in and about
the farmhouse, and was jealous of her
prerogative as a girl. ' Her mother
had been trained to spin nnd sew, to
weave cloth and make coats, as well
as dresses; to raise vegetables as well
a cook them, and, therefore, the girl
of 1SC0, if circumstances permitted,
was not inclined to do any of these
things. The men were to do their work,
and she was to do hers.
"When the war came and swept tho
men from the farms and tow'ns south
ward, however, the women, were ready
nnd willing to take up men's work.
Kvcn those who had been taught to be
lieve that to be a lady was to be idle
became eager to help the soldiers.
Young women who did not know how
to sew organized sewing circles, nnd
in the first few months of the war the
woolen shirts and other garments re
ceived by the soldiers were fenrfully
and. wonderfully made.
"Buttons at the collnr band, In
front, and at. the cuff bands were on
the wrong side, and not infrequently
the sleeves were finished with a fancy
stitch effect that made them look like
the sleeves of a lady's dress. Tho
boys were wont to laugh over the dear
left-handed, shirts, but they swore they
would wear them if they hod to stand
on their heads to button them. And
these girls stitching, stitching, in mis
directed zeal, with tears dropping on
their work, as they thought of the ab
sent men, were transformed into work
ers. They learned to do things nnd
to do them well.
"Mnny of them had never bridled or
saddled or hitched up a horse. They
soon learned to care for horses as well
as men had. Few of them knew any
thing of farm work. Many of them
went without hesitation into the corn
fields, and not a few of them into the
wheat fields in harvest time. Going
home in the second year of the war,
a girl who had seemed to me a year
before, of such delicate mold" as to
shrink away from a. mannish net, ran
I MET FIVE GIRLS COMING IN.
to the siable while I talked to my
mother, threw the harness oii a horse
that I had called mine, hitched him to
the spring wagon, and drove around
to the front door for lire, stir.ding up
like a boy, and driving like a jehu, her
briijht hair flying and her blue eyes
"I could not believe she was the same
girl then, and when I caught her cur
rying the horse the next morning.
Twelve months before she hnd shrunk
from riding behind a spirited horse;
now she was driving one every day,
and enjoyed all the unusual work that
came to her. Another girl of the same,
type drove ten miles to market three
times a week, and sold not only eggs
and butter, but potatoes, cabbages,
corn nnd hay in the market place.
When I came home in 1864 an old com
rade met me at the station and drove
me along the familiar road.towurd my
"As we passed." Farmer Brown's,
where I knew there were half u dozen
pretty girls, I suggested that we stop
a few minutes. My friend looked em
barrassed and. hinted that my mother
ought to have my first call. This ex
cited my suspicions, and I asked if
there was any trouble. He snid there
was not, but that the girls were just
cleaning up their" wheat harvest, and
were not in shape to receive callers.
Thereupon I jumped out of the buggy
and started for the wheat field, where
I met five girls coming in, a little the
worse, for the work and. sun, but ready
to greet me. The next night I called
on them, and I would not have sus
pected they hud ever seen a wheat
Mini Outlook for FlNhliiK.
The summer hotel keeper gazed sad
ly ul the cloudless sky.
"I don't know what we'll do if it
don't, ruin soon," he snid, mournfully.
"The hcasou opens next week, and the
lake Isn't even moist yetto say noth
ing of being really wot." N, Y, Sun.
AN HONEST STREAK.
TVlilch Led a Man Chanted Tlth
Theft to Take Hlinelf to
Humor makes its appearance in queer
places, but one would hardly expect to find
it at the door of a house of correction,
says the Milwaukee Sentinel. An unfor
tunate fellow was recently taken before
a justice of the peace in Milwaukee,
charged with stealing a quantity of wood.
There was not much of a defense to offer,
but nn attorney who knew him volun
teered to say a few words to the court
in his behalf.
The attorney began his talk, and, warm
ing up to ins subject as lie proceeded,
finally succeeded in making a good pica for
leniency. The justice, of course, found
the prisoner guilty, but let him off with
a sentence of 30 days in the house of cor
rection. When the commitment had been
made out it was discovered that there was
no constable present, so tho lawyer said
to the prisoner:
"John, you know where the house of
correction is, don't yon?"
"Well, here's five cents and this paper.
You take a car and go out there anil give
them this paper and they'll let you in.
Will you do it?"
And the funny part of this story is that
John kept his word.
LAWYER'S QUEER BILL.
Was a Good Listener, Unt lie
Wanted Pay for Acting; In
Here is the story of an Ohio lawyer who
did not become a politician, as he was not
built on political lines, it is told by a
Washington man, who was his clerk at one
time, says the Washington Post. Lawyer
B was a gruff tort of personage and be
lieved in making every one pay for every
service. One of his clients was the presi
dent of a bank, who, during the pendancy
of his cue, dropped into the lawyer's office
very frequently and told stories. The law
yer was a good listener; and seemed to en
joy the stories very much, but after the
banker went out. Lawyer 13 would say:
"Here, charge Mr. Blank $10 for an hour of
my nine. 11 l nave gut 10 listen lo ma sio
ries he has got to pay me for it." Finally
the bill was made out and carried to the
banker. It was an itemized account stat
ing the date of each call. He scanned it
closely and remarked:
"lie has made me, pay; for it. pretty well,
"Pay for what?" asked the clerk.
"For listening to my stories"
And then he paid the bill. Washington
"I wish to state," said a fresh young law
yer, rising in court, "that the rumor to
the effect that John Doe, now under
indictment for murder, has attempted to
commit suicide has no foundation in fact.
I saw him this morning, and he has retainedl
me to defend his life."
"That seems to confirm the rumor," said,
the judge. "Let the case proceed." Lippin
cott's. Colorado Sn.rn.nicr Outings.
The Colorado Fiver, on the Santa Fe. was
resumed June 4 for the summer season.
This popular train is to run daily between
Kansas City and Denver. It will leave Kan
sas City at 6:55 p. m. and reach Colorado's
chief city the next forenoon, only one night
on the way. The equipment of the Colorado
Flyer comprises (in addition to standard
Pullmans) an observation Pullman, a library-smoking
car and chair cars, equalling
in many respects that of the California Lim
ited. The 1'lyer also carries a through Pull
man between Galveston and Colorado
The outlook for summer business to Col
orado is very promising. The Santa Fe is
extensively advertising its new train, also
its recular all-the-year-round Chicago and
Denver fast express. Thousands of copies
of a profusely illustrated book, entitled "A
Colorado Summer," are being distributed
by the Santa Fe passenger department; this
book tells all about the joys of camping out,
hunting, fishing and mountain climbing.
You will be surprised to learn for how little
money the Colorado tour may be made.
"I cud finish de churnin' after me break
fast, mum. Dis work gives yan appetite,
"Yes; but I'm afraid breakfast may not
give you an appetite for work." Puck.
Experience takes dreadfully high school
wages, but he teaches- like no other. Car
lyle. THE MARKETS.
Nnw Yonrt, July 1. 1903.
Flour Quiet and easier.
"Wheat Xo. 2 red S3oC
Corn Xo. 2 at oy.,c.
Oats Xo. 2 white "l7iac.
Beeves 'Xo sales reported. Veals
Sheep Dull at ?2.7jt.2j.
Hogs 'Dull and steady.
Cleveland, July 1. Flour Minne
sota patent $4.3S4.50.
Wheat Xo. 2 red 77e.
Corn Xo. I) yellow 53 c.
Oats Xo. 3 white 43c. "
Cheese York state ll',(7pl2Vic.
liutter Hest creamery 21'.c." .
Kggs Strictly fresh lGc.
Potatoes Rest grades $1,.00?1.05.
Cuttle Choice steers $4.75(ij.10,
Sheep Choice $4.O04.25, lambs
Hogs Yorkers $0.30.
Toledo, July 1. Wheat Cash 78c.
Corn Xo. 3 white 53e.
Oats Xo. 3 white 41c.
Cloverseed October $3. 07.
Enst Buffalo, July 1. Cattle
Choice steers $5.25(23,35, veals $0.50(S
Hogs Yorkers $0.40(710.03, pigs
Sheep Choice wethers $1.75(J?3.00,
spring Iai'nbs $G.25(jTfl.30. ""
Uast Liberty, July 1. Cattle
Choice $5. 10(f&3.50, prime $5.15(u,5.33.
Hogs iPrimu heavy $G.00(7iG.10, pit's
Sheep Best wethers $t.I0(ef4.50,
Bpring lambs $4.00(2)0.00.
must have their walls tinted anil decor
ated with ALABASTINe, the only
durable wall coating, to insure health
aud permanent satisfaction. Write for
full information and free suggestions by
our artists. Buy only in packages prop
erly labeled "Alabastlne."
atlAND RAPIDS, MICH.
and 109 Water Stroat, Now York City
Wo Chanee far Them.
A number of capitalists cnt a man down
to a little town to report on the advisa
bility of introducing gas there.
"Well, queried one of them, "what do
you think of it?"
"No use," responded thcagent. "Wouldn't
pay the salary of the superintendent, let
alone the expense of putting in the plant."
"Why? VVhat's the matter?" Citizens
"No; they're rich enough."
"Old-fashioned? Prefer kerosene or can
dles?" "No-o; that's not it."
"Well, what is the matter, then?"
"To many engaged couples. Wouldn't
burn gas at all." Brooklyn Hagle.
Expectations of k Windfall. "Dear,"
said the physician's wife, "when can you
let mc have ten dollars?" "Well." replied
the medical man, "I hope to cash a draft
shortly, and then" "Cash n draft?
What draft?" '('The one I saw Mrs. Jenk
ins sitting in thi morning." Philadelphia
icwwf r 1
, W n M
Fibroid Tumors Cured
Note the result of Mrs.
Pinkliam's advice and medicine.
" Some time ago I wrote to you de
scribing my symptoms and asked your
advice. You replied, and I followed
all your directions carefully, and to
day I am a well woman.
" The use of Lyrti.a E. Pinkliam's
"Vegetable Compound entirely ex
pelled the tumor and strengthened
my whole system. I can walk miles
"Lyilia E. Pinkliam's "Vege
table Compound is worth five dol
lars a drop. I advise all women who
are afflicted with tumors or female
trouble of any kind to give it a faithful
trial." (Signed) Mua. E. F. Hayes,
252 Dudley St., (Roxbury) Boston.
Mass. $5000 forfeit If original of aboue letter
proving genuineness cannot be produced.
Mountains of gold could not
purchase such testimony or
take the place of tho health
and happiness which IJytlia E.
Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound
'brought to Mrs. Hayes.
Such testimony should be accepted
by all women as convincing evidence
ttiat iiytiian;. irinicnanrs vege
table Compound stands without a
oeer as a remedy for all the distress
ing ills of women ; all ovarian troubles ;
tumors ; inflammations ; ulceration,
falling and displacement of the womb ;
backache ; irregular, suppressed or
painful menstruation. Surely the
volume and character of the testimo
nial letters we are daily printing in
the newspapers can leave no room for
doubt in the minds of fair people.
Much That Every Woman
Desires to Know
About Sanative Antisep
And about the Care of the Skin,
Scalp, Hair and Hands.
Too much stress cannot be placed on
the great value of Cutlcura Soap, Oint
ment and Resolvent in the antiseptic
cleansing of the mucous surfaces nnd of
the blood and circulating fluids, thus
affording pure, sweet and economical
local and constitutional treatment for
weakening ulcerations, inflammations,
Itchings, irritations, relaxations, dis
placements, pains and irregularities
peculiar to females. Hence the Cutl
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beauty to weary women, who have
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such sympathetic afflictions as anamlu,
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"Women from the very first have fully
Appreciated the purity and sweetness,
the power to all'ord immediate relief,
the certainty of speedy and permanent
cure, the absolute safety aud great
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humour remedies of tho civilized world.
Millions of the women use Cutlcura
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of crusts, scales and dandruff, and the
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whitening and soothing red, rough and
sore hands, for annoying irritations,
and ulcerative weaknesses, and for
many sanative, antiseptic pnrposes
Which readily suggest themselves, aa
well as for all tho purposes of the toilet,
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Bold throughout Ihr wnrH. Cutlcura rttiolTent.SOc.dn
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lotter llrugr it Chf m. Corp., Polo Proprietor!.
uur-Ucnd (or " A licot lot Women."
Straw Hats are here
Iiecin now and drink it oil
r summer; u cooi arm ro-
irciiies. a. norknuemaKU
II ID UII1IUI B. nUlll CILTT
i nuo,w uynuuj,iuri3;
cniBLEs e. ujeij .
THE FREE KIDNEY DOCTOR.
It's 11m people wlin
ilnuht nnd iiocnmo cured
nlillo they ilnubt who
praino Donn's 1'llla tho
Aching uncles nro eased.
Hip,, back, and loin pains
overcome. Swelling or tho
limb!) and dropsy signs
They correct urlno with
brlclc dust sediment, high
colorod, pain In passing,
dribbling, frequency, ton a
wetting. Doan's Kidney Pills
remove, calculi and cravcl.
Jtollevo heart palpitation,
T AYLOIISVILLE, Mtss, " I
tried everything for a weak
back and got no relief until I
used Doan'a Pills."
J. N. Lewis.
mtt SO CMT&.
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I OF ALL COAST RESORTS I
LONQ ISLAND I
I HEADS THE LIST 1
I 250 MILES OF COAST LBf3E. I
I Lying across the path of the Ocean South Winds every section Is made com- I
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Wooded highlands on North Shore Rolling Country in the Central Section,
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(1RAIN QROWINU. MIXED FARMINO.
THIS JEKAHOX WI1T mora
whi'iit Ih liitiwu In Wesiern
Umiuda Ilia fun thort nuiiitlis.
Is becuiisu vcm'tatlun, imiwa In
urupurtlun to the sunllitlil. . 1 'J
inoro nonEurly tho liitliudo hi
which uruln will coino to perfco.
tiw. ih., iti.tTr It. Ik. 'IMiurpforG
02 pounds por bushul lb us .ulr a. standard us Ul
aoiiuda In tho lStitb ...
Area uudcr crop In Wentern Cuimdu, 10O,
Tleld. lOOS, HT,oaa,7.1t llu.lieU.
HOMESTEAD LANDS OF 160 ACRES FREE,
thoonlrcharuofor which In SIO for maklnK entry.
Abiindiiucoof water nnd fiiul.cbuuu uuIIUIiik ma
terial, iiood urabs fur pnnturo anil hay. a furtlluboll.
a snlllclunt. rainfall, and ncllnmto,lvliiii unassured
mill oduqunto season of wrowtli. bend to the follow
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rates, etc.. Huierlntenlnt of" liniiilimUlon,
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West BnANcn, Mien.
Doan's Kidney Pills hit tho
case, which was on unusual
deslro to urlnato had to got
up flvo or six times of n, night.
1 think diabetes was wtll un
der way, tho feet and ankles
swelled. Thero wa.i an In
tenso pain In tho back, tho
heat of which would feel llko
Imttlngono's hand np to a
amp chimney. I have used
tho frco trial ami tno full
boxes of Doan's Pills vll h tho
satisfaction of feeling that I
am cured. They are tho rem
edy par excellence."
D. F. BALiann.
Govered Willi Hair?
Money Orders, Checks and
Stamps. Any of these can
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Learn of its Possibilities and what it has done far
others, a large Tnal botile Crnnl-Tonic Hair
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H. B. FULLERTON,
tilieciul Akuiii, rnosauftr Wept.
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itnyoiii) or its vultit. Womtn
ull over tho country aro
pralsliH! Puxtlno for what Is
hus ilonu In locnl treat
ment of female llls.elir-
inuull Intlummution unil dlschurircu. wonderful
us u eleunslm; vukinal tlnucln:. for soro throat,
nasal catarrh, u u mouth wash, unil to rcinovo
tartar and whiten tho teeth. Send to-day; o
postal card will do.
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riitN, lurire liox. Niitltti'ttm uuiiriiiueil.
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-v if -iy.it i -ur
licit Couuli By run.
ui utue. emjiu uyuruKUiats.
ALL tlkt FAILS. Pflr
in.itcti Good. Coo 9W