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The Clarke Courier.
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Vol. xxxi. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, June 28, 1899. No. 19.
THE CJ.AKKK COURIBIt
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Marshall McCormi?k & Son,
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A i 1 litaiaiBtsar* will ?.??im- prompt at
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,j? \V. T. Lewis,
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?rill an ?<l to any huMn?-??. orocamll
him in til?- '.llarkc ami adjoining
????unties. Hpvcisl attention given to < <? 11,m.
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kil. ? ly.
A. Moore, Jr.,
4 TTf)H\KY XII \W.
iirt?. <?f Clarke and a?i
anties, and in the Court ?
lu the t'hirk. C.untv Hank
.iMing. i??- ??
Q-iles Cook, Jr.. -
*. TTOIIM'V- \1 LAW.
FROJVT K?)'.lL, VA.,
\ i!; ntt?-n?i to nny Kh-bbBSsB ? ??iiiiuitt?'?! to
? rrcuit ?'?.urt of ?'lark? county.
John. Y. Page,
?'nii.in?HMl??n??r In <"tn*.n???'i-y.
BERRYTILLE, T A.
Sam'l. J. C. Moore,
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Will M ti the ?TOUltS of <!.?ric?-. Kre?le
uk, \Vnrr?-ii and I.<>u?lotiti counties, in the
;in- i ?Hirt ??( Appesla ol t:.. ?State, a*.
.-11 a-?? in th.- I ilnrrisonbiirg.
Dr. Gh H. Oliver,
BEI:H a VILLE. VA,
For as vend yetu-a a private pupil of 1'rof. J,
?; Mosa^kin, and agiBdiMtool th<? Haiti mor??
tsUasjS of Dental Sur :? ry. has loflBtetl |?er
ntly in Berry ville,
^-(ir-Hih-li) Rtiaeell'a builailng,
University - School,
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Lower Hchool, p?r >?e?<?ion.$ i.
rpper ?chool, " .
r t?. H?m \ Moore, Jr.. Hon. Mar?
shall M?-? ?.nui? k ami lotirons.
ool-houae, <_-.-. .uiitl? an?I st?hle.
?y the late Captain McDonald in raoB
d?Ktitag the Shiman.loah University Bcbool,
have : ervthiog will he pul
in m>?Kl ot-ii?-r for th?-?-?.infort of the scholars.
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?-Mr. I ?Ot?
OF LORD FAIRFAX.
Ho Bestowed 63,000 A croa of
Land on Kin?- Carter.
Fr.?ii. Ki?hm??n<l Tim???
The ?un shines lovingly ,.,, the billa
anil valleys of the little count]
Clarke an?l nowhere does it seem t<?
ten life rn?>re than in Ibis choice
sp.it of our valley. The world knows
not the free masonry of < larke:to them
it is hut i?lle talk. One must aeedl
??at ??f their bread and lleep beneath
their roofs to really love this people.
Clarke is a little corner in this vallev
of Virginia, beautiful for 8ituati?ui
and distinct as t<, th. aocestrv of its
?ettiers. These came of the English
race, ?if the cavalier stamp, and
brought with them their pleai
loving natures, their highbred ens
tosni and their English church. All
of these they planted in a r
which srai first given over to the
Dutch and a fen of the ?Scotch Irish.
Rut thin la 1er iturdv race belotijts
rather to the uppei valley than to
the low ? ?
Th?? cause of settleweial to foreign
to the surroundings mav he traced ?.
the uiuniticent Loni Pair fas, who be
Itovrod a.? ^ift, or a mere song. 63,001
BCreS "f land upon Ins friend. Col
btoberi Carter, of Lanes runty,
known as King Carter. As beauti?
ful as litappabauuock and th?- lower
.lames are thes? ?-ark settlers fourni
that this region bad manydrawbacki
such as malaria ?uni moSQuitoei
these Knglish _?-nt lernen rinnle foi
thei: summer homes l>?
the Blus Ridge and upon the swif
wild waters of the Shenandoah. His
toty is in itself so i\r\ that we hai
with great relief any breath of m
manee to baobtained, and dwell qpoi
leaking to entwine it with ever]
garland ws weave.
So it is, that ws search oui and
bring from far over the seas this mor
of knowledge concerning the pool
Knglish lady who saw titto reject tin
1 noble Lord Thomas Fairfax. If ro
manee is another name for ?offering
I and if by suffering the world is pro
filad, perhaps WS can trace in thi
pangt* of the Knglish Ixjrd a grea
good to tins colony in general and i
blessing to bis community in parti?
ular. Wounded pride may becooi?
the incentive to nobler things ami thi
whims of a woman may turn tin
great scale of life for weal or W<
Certain it is that Fairfax .sough
to hide his wounded ipiritin the nil
dernees of his landed possssaioni
hv inheritance from hit- grandfather
I.onl Culpeper, many thousands o
acres of Virginia*! richest land?
his. If ws trace his journey acros
the sea ami his lorn lv life afterward
w.? think with wonder of his scholar
lv mind, his royal BSSOciatioos an?
his heroic nature able t?> face any ?O
but a woman's frown. It .???-ins t
me this man was sen! directly, I?
"the Divinity who shapes our ends,
to be a model IB many things for th
moulding ?>f Washington'! life into
more perfect and useful man hoot
Hero worship is strong in boy an
maid and lonie of us never quite oui
grow tint idealism.
Washington's sixteen years wei
just enough to make him seize thi
polished gentleman as a pattern c
what he longed to he. Daily Intel
couse ;?t Mt. Vernon had made thct
friends and forever. The first act ?
trust on Lord Fairfax's part. Wl
.???titling his boy friend to map CM
and survey liis vast domain. Th
successful trip paved tin way toot I
er things, and (?reenway Court Wl
so.?n after built near the QptquO
river and about seven miles from tr
point afterwards known as Wniche
. Near Berryville, which whs forme
ly known M Halt ??town, is a sum
house which is said to have lie?
Washington's headquarters whiles?
veying in this locality.
(?reenway Court was a long, lo<
wooden structure, with a long pore
and a bell on top to ?minium tl
neighbors in case of an attack fro
the Indians, But no record is ma?
of any but the kindest feelings t
ward this good Lord Fairfax, 1
white and red men alike. In t
white post designed to direct t
weary traveller to his lodge in t
wilderness, he.erected unwitting
his own monument aud today the v
lags bears this name?White l*o
I How little we realize some simple a
of Osan may endure forever. Near
this village ?8 a small building in the
yard of the mansion house which
"?*? axhingtoti is ??aid to have used as
an oflice. The ?>ri_?;itiul Creen way
C??!irt was destroyed by lire many
v?*urs- ago. The oldest house ?if the
Millwood neighborhood ?lili in per?
fect repair, is Saratoga. owned hv Mr.
It was built hv Gen.
Daniel M.n^an, ?*f Revolutionary
fame, he employing in the work II. -
siau prisoin-rs taken at the batti
?Saratoga, ?vhere _M j>l ;*\ ?*?1 a distin?
guished part? The walls are two and
three feet thick, mail?* of ?tone autl
(<?%. if.l outside with ti \?*llo"
Its great dining hall is about fifty
fe**i loot; ami the bog? fireplace
st-art??*ly atones for the ?six windows
. atld t wo doors?
Sarut?._ _,?a still to all
?lu? arc so fortunate ai ?<> journey
that way. The tilting ground is not
far up tin* glru and the ?lays of too rn
auteutfl ar.* not yet over. About a
mil.- distant i* the iitti.. yillagi
Millwood witii iu ??!?! stone tl?>ur
mills, two .?f them more than ? hun
?D?-.i years old, one built hv General
Morgan ami the other l?\ Col. N ?
thaniel Burwell, who acquired the
property from his grandfather, King
Grand for situation i? Darter Hall,
the Burwell?*. It is by
t in- most imposing of all re.-i
?li-n?-es in this neighltornood, with it.?
.-\ pettSC of | ?:itl tall ? hite p.l?
Here ? hampietin.
i the ?ouud ?)f merrimeut for more than
I ti the ?bade of the
- ? hic h t hr. ' forty
be sleek cattle ?till rest in th?
shade. Many ar?- the sweet home:
and near to this village oeutn
ami her.-. tOO, Be lintl a IllOtleii
church built in I?334, to meet tilt
is ?if the thick IJ settled neighbor
hood. Her?* they come to worshij
ami to wed, but to bury their deat
people journey back to the?Mseroi
?pot at the '?Old Chapel."
Between the rears of l ?-ioaud l?."?<
Cunningham Chapel, a log structure
waa built at ? ?-.?t ?>f ?49 -Virginii
money. About 1790 this was replac
ed by ? stone church, near the
and upon the two acre? of lam
given by Dot. Nat. Burwell for
church and a cemetery. This is b
far the most interesting spot in th
county. Bishop Meade tells of it ii
hi? valuable hook "Old Churches an?
Families of Virginia,'1 He says h
WM a small boy when confirmed her?.
by Bishop Matlisou, ami afterward
?erved it as minister for twenty-liv
Here be Lrav?' bis ilock those word
of wisdom 'or which he was fa mom
Could the sounding board give fort
an echo of the past the admonition
ol a beloved saint might live agaii
or breathe a benediction. High abov
his people stood this man of Cod.in
be fe?l them with the Hour uf Wabe?
garnered from a life of steadfast pin
it\. 'Tis not always a count\
eis its souls together and praaanl
them almost as a united family tot?.
Giver of all good things. They hav
a custom in this unique communi!
of meeting on A11-.Saint'.?* Day I
bring flowers with which to honi
the graves of their ancestors. 'Tis
reverent ceremony and full of lov
yet it is also a joyous time, usually
time of radiant sunshine and beau I
and also of becoming autumnal sat
Modern churches have accomim
dated modern needs but mid-snmm,
bring! each year tho divided neigl
borhood together ami one?-again tlit
kneel around the chancel ami tit) i
their fathers did. The selfsame \?
\?-t bag at the end of a hing rod, r
Ceteaf the coin, ami the tall back?
pewt almost hid? each other from li
neighbor. 'Tis but. a step intt? t!
cemetery ami here the great, gre;
grandchild will visit the tomb of li
fathers and know hi? place will
among them. Many wander far aw;
from it but all return to die aud N
untler the shadow of it? trees aft
the last service is done. So all the
Pages and liurwells and Nelson? ai
Whitings and Harrisons and l?a
dolphs and Meades aud Cookes ai
("arters, these all have lived up
this ?oil and now hundred? of th?
lie buried beneath a dear sod awa
ing a blessed resurrection.
In colonial days ministers con
not be ordained without a degi
from Cambridge, Oxford, Dubliu,
K?i in burg. Hence all young m
who desired ordiuation must go for
education to F.nglaud. In 1723 the
I'.ishop of Ix>ndon wrote a circular
letter to the clergy of Virginia, forty
in number, asking, "Are there any
schools in your parish,'' and with two
or three exceptions the answer was,
"non- iucation was found only
among those who could send their
sons abroad, or those who could pro?
cure the seavices of an unmarried
minister for his? private family. At
length William and Mary and Hanip
Bidney suppli?-?! the needs of the
gentry. The daughters lUght
at home by their mothers.
We find the vestries of the ebon
aristocratie bodies, representan vi
a community not necessarily E|
palian? for fre<pieiitly P rians
members ?>f lbs vestry. In the
old register of ?'Ims' church. Lan
r county, the borne of the first
John Carter another of tlie family
of V lis nain?- written
in bold black letters before the nun
th ?lab 1 '?? 1. This
?try, In ? ii( *art??r?
did the same. Bishop M
(??Mints for t bit o family
a dominated race and no doubt
the minister was ?i su one,
and it may be King Carter fell him?
self to be the possessor of Und,
church and minister.
Such is the cl nship of
Clark? to th?- people of lower Virgin?
ia, all of ore* blood, ties of far strong
? ?i binding than at first realized. The
?ne interests, the
sain nutro O <>f their fa
tilers, and the overrun! . n foi
high living and am ?sense q ta Tin?
inheritance is like a silken thread
i! cloa . fabric, yel under
certain conditions and m certain
light,? the -?ilk will shine nut. Nul
rrily better nor stronger thai
the rest, but ?listinct in its position
It tells its own tale if we know how
10 rend it, for hloi-d answers ?o blood
as?heart to heart, this same blood ii
thicker than water, and no one
this more than the thinking Virgin
ians. Still he loves not his conimoi
brotherhood thi M lie lovei
his <?wn the m? Ths broader w<
are the broadei we become.
If. P. l>.
Cu?-o Cold in hand.
t?> take ai.ii qol
( ink Idea ?>r Fei di ko. It i;
pretty well established that theqnal
ity of a eow's milk cannot beimprov
ed as far as butter fat is concern?
by feeding?that is. when the COW i;
being fed as she should to give th<
best results as to quality: bul ther<
is one thing noticeable, and that is
under the action of the very bel
food the cow'? posterity Will be a de
cided improvement on the mother, s
this proses that good cows, togetba
: with good feeding, will gradually am
surely make an improvement in th
herd, no matter w hut it I s tan
dard is, whether it be high or low.
Of course, for such a thing to liar.
pen, everything must be favorable t
it.?The Weekly Witness
Thoniss Thnrman, deputy sheriff r
Troy, If? ' t-vt-ryone in the I nit?
States should discover the \ irtu?' of I'
Witt's Witch Hasel Salve for piles, reel:
trouble? ami-skin di? the dem an
could not be supplied. W. RichardeoD
M akin?; n Worth Whili
Irishman walking over a plank sidi
walk, in counting some money SCO
dentally dropped a nickel, which rol
ed down a crack between the board
The Irishman as much put on
by his loss, trilling though it WS
Early the next day a friend, win
walking by the ?pot, discovered tl
man dropping a dollar down the san
?*lt was this v\a\," explained Fa
"1 reasoned than it wasn't worth n
while to pull np that sidewalk for
nickel, so I'm dropping down a do
lar to make it worth DM while."
The One Oa> Cold Curo.
l-'or eoMS ;.i.l ??'.. tl ' >??? Kritnott
i h?? ixative ?Quiaioe. I?asily lakeu i
candy und quickly cut?.
N'rs. (iertrude Atherton is writii
in Bruges a book which will great
interest Washington; it will be a no
el, with an American Senator as tl
hero, and Washington public life wi
be fully portrayed, possibly satirize
The hero is not taken from life, b
is probably a composite character,
which several American senators tu;
partly recognize themselves. M
.lohn I?ane will publish the uovel
| Knglaud and Amcrioa,
A series of qualifications for ser?
vice in the Philippines, which are
not required in the questions asked
by the regular army recruiting offi?
cer, were suggested in a letter re?
ceived from a member of Company
B of the 20th Kansas Volunteer?, j
The letter was received by the writ?
er's br??ther, who is a man of eousid
?rable diameter, and a part of it re
ferred to a proposition he and a j
friend also of large girth, had made,
to go over and enter the service when
the troops got down to actual fight?
It began: "Are you ready to come
brer? I would like ? vou and
Huff ?hot- ' it to the rear,
will ask you some ?pi estions.
when you send in your answer I'll
I you ave qualified:
"How mat; can you make
?'The Filipinos can do it in about
m you get out of sight behintl
a pile of dirt a foot high'""
"Can you sit in the shade and
it enough for a bath?"
"We do th>it ?>\er here."
an you lie awake four nights
straight listening to the bullets ami
then tight in the daytin
*? That's ?-omuion.*'
??Can you wade in mud up to your
waist with the millets splashing it on
and not get stui
"Our sergeant couldn't and we
y pulled him in two getting him
???'an you lie in the sun till
blister your back and then n
self by turning over aud blistering
the other sul?-':"
"The 20th Kansas can."
an you live on hardtack and
three cups of coffee a d:.
?'We've alone it already."
"?'an you sleep iu the mud and
nearly freeze from the ?lew without
"It's easy if you can take quinine
-??n you drink from a well after
three dead Filipinos tished
"it isn't bad."
There Is a time for all thlai
time to take D?Witt's Little Early
is when you ar?- suffering from i
turn, biliousut headacht
ti?>n ??r other stoma?'h or liver troubles,
A ChOflRU IBINB.?On?
the largest industrial combinations
of recent years is being formed by
Baltimore enterprise. Options have
been secured ou 150 large clothing
manufacturing establish m ents
throughout the county by Mr. S
uel Rosenthal, .lr., of Baltimore, who
for the past four months has been
actively engaged in forming a gigan
tic clothing combine to be incorpo?
rated under the laws of New .lersev
and to be known as the American
Clothing Manufacturing Company.
The . ? mpany, it is understood, will
have a capital ?took of $100,000,000.
The Ono Day Cold Cure.
..to? ?. ? ne fer
ad sa? s. ..iidrcn
talit -. ?...?>?.
Bas** Cube of Aim-kxiu? m-.
l>r. George .'. Heluier, of New York,
has cured appendicitis in a young
woman without a knife. Placing
one hand on the point on the outer
surface of the abdomen beneath
which the vermiform appendix is
known to be, with the other ho grasp
ed the right leg of the pateut at the
knee. To the leg, by a quick move?
ment, he gave a slight twist, repeat?
ing it several times. This forced out
of the appendii the clogging parti
\N. M Gallagher, of Bryan, Pa,
?'For fort] year? 1 bave irieil varions
cough nu.lu-ines One Minute Cough
Cure is beat 'of all." It relieves instantly
and cure? all thr?>at and loagtrouble?
First Populist?We expelled the
deacon from the party for mix in' re
iigion an' polit.?
Second Populist- ?Mixin' religion
First Populist?Yes, he'd go to a
political meetin,' an' he'd fall asleep
in the middle of a speech, b'gosh! jest
' like if it was a sermon. ?Puck.
DeWitVs Utile Karlv Kixr-? a. I a-? I
faultless ptll sh.uiid.eleansin.iand reviv
| ing the systeni Instead of weakoniag it.
Th.-y ?re m'l?l and sure, aniall and pleas
! ant to take an?l entirely fr.??? from ol?j?*e
li?>tiahl? (.rugs Th? y ?daist rather than
pompe] vy Riohajd?
Fruit Beetles and Borers.
Fruit beetles and borers naturally j
do a great amount of damage in all !
fruit growing sections. Professor .1.
M. stedman in Bulletin 14 of the
Missomi experiment station says that
the hark beetle is rapidly increasing
in Missouri and that it it lam,
cherry, apricot, nectarine, peach, ap
pie, pear and quince trees. The dam?
age is caused by the adult be?
making minute holes through the
bark. The eggs are deposited in
these and the larvae burrow just b?
neath the tough bark
layer of new :,d killing the
branches above the injury. Cuheal
thy trees are attacked first, but even
? 'rous are Hable
Thi difficult roi, but
may I in check if attention is
given toremovin. part of the
infested tree ami burning at o
keeping the trees in healthy, vigorous
tivation and fertili
vation, covet -.'g the trunk and \
- with s??me repel ?ant solution,
spplying to the smaller Htnbs by i
means of a force pump and to the
f a white
brush. The best wash by
dissolving as much common washing
soda a.? possible in six galloi
water and then adding one gallon of
soft soap, on pint of crude carbolic
and mixing thoroughly. Slake
if lime in two galle
-. filter ami add the lime
to the si To all this
ilf ud of paris _
ami mix thoroughly. The wash mav
be maile thicker by adding lime. The
same treatment will answer for bor
i anv kiud of f :
made in this mauuer is not expensive.
?silv applied ami ver- . e.?
I England Hone-stead.
Tho One Day Cold Cure.
to i-.r ?Iren cry f
Figbt-2 With ?
? A dispatch from Wichita,
Kan., tell the remarkable el i
the town of Hennessey, Oklahoma,
from being blown away by a cyclone.
A large funnel-shaped cloud ap
ed. It approached to
yards of the town. Destru?
tiding. ??But." says the dis?
patch, "a large cauuon was discharg?
ed i uto the cyclone and the fu
shaped cloud immediately di
It is also stated that "this il the sec?
ond tornado that has passed
Hennessey this summer and been
burst by firing a cannon." In
Hennessey. It eau defy dove and all
his thunders alert municipal
administration in that town has made
preparation for the future, and has
"recently purchased four large guns
and placed one in each corner of the
town. Mr. Zeb ?anks has
pointed to watch the cannon,
when a tornado come? along he
load and lire." It is clear that there
rolonic disasters reported
from the region of Hen; - long
a? Mr. ?Zeb Banks do - slumber
at h ? il
What v?ui want is not temporary
t'r?mi piles bul a cure to stay cured. l>e
Witt's Witch lla^e. Salve cure?
and they stay cured. NV Rich
During the last session of the Ke
braska Legislature a law was enacted
for the protection of women employ?
ed iu manufacturing and mercantile
establishments making ten hoi' ?
day's labor and requiring proprietors
to provide seats for all such employes.
;aw will ^o into effect on Jnly
1st. and a? .. uence many of
the women employed in the big stores
and factories of Omaha hav.
notice to quit on that day. Their
places will be supplied by men. The
proprietor of a large department store
in Omal. that the law will re
duos the number of female employes
about 95 per cent. In nine out ?>i
tea cases where law-makers attempt
terfers with the business affairs
of life, they make a mess of it ami do
more harm than good.
Tho C; ..o??-' Curo.
m.'tt s Civ ' ' Oae
"And vou say the idiot of a teach
er told you that you had an extrava?
gant fool of a father!"
"That's what he meant."
"But what did he say'r"
"He said it was criminal folly to
waste inouey on the education of such
a chump as*. am."
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th?- ?.ant at
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MISCELLANEOUS, PRIVATB AND
PUBLIC SCHOOL PCOZS.
W ? 1 1 _R a i3 ?-? r
Our Spring Millinery
?AND OUR SI v OF?
Ladies' Furnishing I
and in :
Sibert & Der\ny,
jewi;i .1 :i*?s.
Wlnchi - - Va.
We ?. ? ' ?arke
GOLD AND SILVERWARE,
.VA' VI A
WATCHES, CLOCKS, &c,
? ? ar?
>im i: .s. DENNY,
Fine Tobacco and Cigars,
r.n,\ rs. OILS, JY/,yj)ou
A?.KN I KOK
HAWKS' CELEBRATED EYE-GLASSES
For Firje Siloes
-OY All KINDS
Made to Fit the Foot
M.M' DOOR TO POSTOFPl( I
]\ inchest er, - . - If/.
t-:\ii;\ PAIR <?t AiiAM'KK.n
Valuable Mill Property
situate?! on Norfolk ai I w ? -t< ?rn Kai 1 r?>u.l
?I Berry ville, t lark?- com I D the flo?
es! wheat !i ?*?f ih<- !?>wer
Sh.nandoah Vslley.of Virginia. <a-..ar:tv
75 Bbla. of Flour per day, and in first
condition. AH the wheal required for the
niaiiufat'tnr?- of l-'!.>'ir <?r for shipment on
iji'?-iilafi?>n ?Miveivd at th.- mill ?loor fr??m
tin- >urr?>un.lin^ country.
Death ??f the own? r in-? ?'>M!.it< -
and rarely ?1?>.-? ?m?-h an o|?iK>rtmiity pn
for investment in a??-???! iuilmT>r;j.<r<>j.>?*rtV.
Apply t?> s\'\ i'I !
juneT Cal Kstatv Agenta.
W'llH'A- CARDS, EilaaJDl <?r every
\\ d?*scnpti??n, DiMhi-ada, I ? ttor-h?*ts*ia,
?iesd*. Ace . promptly printed the ?V