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The Clarke Courier.
Vol. xxxi. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, October 18, 1899. No. 35.
THE CLARKI-: COURIER.
JO? aTOUK li* M.i. *\l.\l>?s
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?\Ki?^. INKS, fea
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Ola ? ?i;?\ mast b* ;??.. ?f??rupon
\| uahal' Xl ?'?"??mi?? ?? H II < ..rmi. k.
Marshall McCormiok & Son.
lip to pr
\l| tniiincss will r??.i\? pi..nipt at
loirch rs . m ? our? I
vV. T. Lewis,
l mu; \ I ? M \W .
BERRTVILLE, V .
aril] ati' ><1 t<> any basiii?rasa r**ommittsd to
h tlu- oourl adjoining
,,.mit atteiit ion rciven t.. ? ..11???
'i..ii ?'luir? h strc-t Il et? ri y ?.pp..
ailes Cook. Jr..
;, .s; M "Y- Vr-I. kW,
' FROJVT HO VAL. VA.t
itt.'ii'l t.. any Im? Miintt.-.l to
the ?'iretiit i '?>urt of ?Marke < ?unit v
John. Y. Page,
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iniilissii ni.-r lit ( lilil??? r.l,
HERRYVILLE. ! A
Sam'l. J. O. Moore.
i i rORNKY. \ i-l. V\V.
BERRY} ILLS, VA,
rH?-li? ?? in file cour* ft? I r.-le
,\ :irr?ti sad laOtodoau eoilliti?s ni the
i, |, ra-lii? < ?p? ?I? ..I the Mn'
ia in tit*- IT. s ? ?Hirt at Hsrrisonbu'
Dr. ?3-. H. Oliver.
I VI'I ST.
HKKin MLLE. VA,
.-s ;l privat? pupil
H.M?gki:i, an ?i a giaduate. ?! tl?< Halt ?more
? i ?entai Su '? per
iitly m llerryvill?-. Vs
In R irasell'a building, o?rav
DR. HUNTER H.McGUlRE
>h V< !
in i \m. i: \h
HOI'ltS '? V M ? '.ser,
Dr. S. D. Hicks.
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Only g-anulne when ?
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For Sale by all First class Dealers.
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nyspepsia. Indigestion, Heartburn,
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'?' 'Vl'MI-'.NiS. - TOMBS, -slAUKS
slate ami Marble
and all kinds of
Baildinr; Marblo and jar.dstonos.
All order.?? prompt I > 111 led at the lowest
rates All work irnaratitivd.
tHOHT \riU''.S ?>F LAND, situat.-.l in
northern part of entity, ??m? mile from dc
j?"t, store and postotti,?- Five room dwSlTh
mg, stahl?, dairy, lasat house, ban hons?*
sml larg?-??stern. Ja.-res in timber. Price
?'"Kl Apply t., SNYDF.K ?ti (K?l\\ N
Oe Witt's Witch Hazel Salve
Cures Pile?. Scalds, ?urna
SUSAN UPP OR THE LAWSUIT j
'I t?'ll you what it it?, gai.' said
old Mi. lippe i?) hisdaugn-? i Susan,
-'I'lii ?let?'imined never to he? a e?ll
I faller foi my -?on m law: that's
a ti\e?l fui-t."
"Hut. father," suiij Susan. "??Ima
tiou don't iriak?- or unmake a man
an? more than riches ?l??. It's the
SOU I, th.- j.iiucijil,-, tlmt OOttStitUtes u
**\er\ true, >usau," rajoilKtd tia?i -
ilv Lippe, -ami l*?e fouml pracioui
little principle m collegebred fellers.
I tell you that I've got along well
enough, ami allus niu?le my mark."
\* the (ild inaii said this, bis
i ??ut ??f the window, ovar tn.
broad and well improved hornet
with a glut of self-aatisfaction.
Sin 1 no exception t??
nieu ??f b -, who, whea they mi
bib? an idea, .?!?? pig-headed m their
adh?rentes to it Susan undersl.1
tin- trail of lier father, am] letting
the argument drop, relapsed ?nl
*?N : ?? r. !.ij?|?e entertained
notions of letters, ami. t.? the
way, hu- ?..km?: pain? t?i in
form everybody concerning them, m
had deviated somewhat with n
to h?5 Only child, Susan, win? bad
improved the sdvs bestowed
by an excellent public school, situa
te?! in Stanhope, a small v ;
joining ber fat 1 m. I1er mind,
naturall' il nliotu
?red it ??ith .m .
large amouul ?>f infajruiatiou, whiel
tlispla? ed itself 111 a ivlin.-.? COU?
tiou an?! well- bi . ?ty of man
To t f the nit?-!
led. eautiful p?
sud, a- .? matter ol consilience, hei
hand v? as t i. of mon
man in t be neig
I'o the blaudishmi ?'tru
I'iie jrouug Stallhopers love?
her father's broad seres full u?- wel
-v ili.i lus daughter, who, wit!
the i'uick instinct of a woman, pene
tiat.tl the shallow neai of their pro
: love. lieeides, there wa
m?: lawyer who had entered sui
for her heart, and WOU his ? I*
while teaching ichool a short tun
previous to his sdmission t?> th?
It ???mI?! have ! guiar if th
daughter ?>f ola* tin ate Lippe had no
I? en equally obstinate in the cou
stancv of her affection for Ileiir
(Joverdale, her litigation, lover.
Of this attachment, however, ilad
dy Lippe was blissfully ignorant. II
bad m? er -ce n young ( ' i ? ? v erdale, au
that yonug gentleman, hem?: we
aware <>f the antipathies of his cot
tetnpluted father - in ? law towar
?choolin.isi.i- an : their like, pri
deutly refraiued from ?-?siting Suer?
ai home. The ac?*ommodatioDt ?
the house of a maternal aunt of St
sun's in Stanhope were vouchsafe
them, in 1 uncle, the harueeemake
rather liking, than otherwise, the
clandestine ?isiis. in ibis way tl
l?tv?-r.- mauaged t ? ? keep the lin 1
il : ,?? .<! t heir in i! : ? ? auued i?>
bright il.i i. rhe iiupatieul ( 'o? ??
dale ?1?'.?: . d !?? hrillg his suit t?. >
issu., but in?- dutiful Susan won
m.! cou ?'-ill to an ?-?opinent. \\ i
the hope of modifying her 1
views on the subject of educa tic
she had iutroduced th?.' theme, ai
w lia ? cess 1? record? tl :ii<-v e.
That night?, after family praye
unite au uni mal? il <'?>i lot'iiy t?i
p!a?-. , i ,? ? ( ;i Susan's j..?rents. T
door ,11 1: lian i bei being aji
she ii?-?-.?iiie an innocent listener
the conversation, which, at it c?
cerned herself alone, proved ratl
interesting. Mother Lippe v? as
Susan's secret, ami favored it wi
??Now, old mail." said she, us tl
functionary ?vus covering up the ii
the last thing before going to l>
"it's downright mean in you to ?
pose Susan's ijees ebon! laming. I
sot not to he? any ignorant scalaa
round arter my daughter."
"I rule this most," responded th
*' \n?l I'll make tin- r?>??st h<?t
yon,*** rejoine?! the dama, "Tu
unit now what they was when
?vas youngsters. Just think of 11
ing Susan t<? Mat. Awl; or yet
Chris. Qibby, the sboBSBaher, 1
has about us much ??fan ?jet ol bo
as a hog has of meeting."
?'There's no might of DOS mgn
iug about it, old woman; I'm sol.
" \ni] s?? am 1," replied the irat?
?liifiie; "ami we'll BBS who'll sittoth.
m .st porpaajj. If Susan can't marrv ;
tin- kiml of man she wants to. she
?an Htav at horn?*, and that's the ??ml
With this r.incher, mother Lipps
turned her fa?e to tiie whII, antl it
f is,-?! to ?a? inothei- word.
in the meantime. I leitry ( "??ven?ale
was gradually winning bil wav to
eminence. As a speaker, in- St.i
Ina?! and ?boulder above any ?if the
young men, his associates at the bar.
Til?? result of bin efforts also began t.?
Mow upon nidi m a golden stream.
Vet, be stiii leinaine.l a bachelor,
though mail) soudered. Still *
were no sign? ?>f old Mr. Lippe re
laxing m the least from his vies
Howevei things were destiued to
shape tbetuael%t*s ? ntirely different t??
what a tuer? observer might
bis hope '?? ?
I'h. if ( 'lo? er.lali's lure f??r
Susau, chilli now assnoied the
of itnpatleti? ?-.
One da) a young man in homespun
i t?-il himself at the house
! M r. Lippe, ami i it?) u ir? <! if he
wanted tu biro a baud on the farm.
I "be old farmer ?-s?-?1 him for some
momenta, ami Kuding him remarka?
bly well favored and knit _|ogether
" \\ here ar?- von from''"
"1 live at Monroe when ai home,*'
replied the young man.
. : 111 ?*'
?. I ."
?'About how milch do von want a
??\\ batever you think is right."
" N otiil never get along in tilt
is you ?im?- a better bar
than that." *-.u?i Mr. Lippe,
"But I'll tell you what I'll do. \ ou
can work a month for twenty dollars
ami after that, if we suit one another
w??'li bargain i?>r a year."
"A said the young man
ami was installed forthwith as i
\sti..- reader guesses, the hunt
none o! bet than Henry i
. who had commeuced to put int?
operation ? plan to gain the old man'
consent lo Ins union with Susan.
Time wagged along. <>Ui I - * i * j ?'
was mightily pleased with bis hire?
hand, and often praised him to tin
aromen folks. Iud?sed, lie looke?
with a degree ?>f complacency on hi
attentions to Susan, which began t
be marked- an?! Cbverdals ws
tiie point ?>i popping the ?-uestior.
when a circumstance Occurred u hie
induced him t?? postpone it for
short s.-asou. The circumstance ws
The firm ?>f Mr. Lipps was .i pal
o?.i tract, the title of which ha
formerly been in dispute, though
in ????-?1 and in equity his. Jot
at this time ?me of those land sharl.
that infest the country raked up
worthless claim, and entere?! au it f?.
This proceeding was so obvious!
absurd and rascally, that Mr. Lip|
met hi*il at it, although? i
the advice of his hired han?', he a]
I ?eared at court to refute the ?*laii
supposing, however, that Ins me
word would be sufficient t?> dispo
of the scoundrel ?>f a laudsbar
I lis hired baud also concluded
lose the day mid go with him, in c
der In- said, "to see what a judge at
cou 11 were ?ik-- "
( >l?i Mrs. Lippe and ?Susan accoa
pauied them for ih?- purpose o?' ma
ing some purchases, as they ?'?>u
get better bargains in the conn
town than in Stanhope.
The conversation of ths fami
had placed Henry Ooverdsls in fi
possession of the facts in th?' cm
and he had manifeste?! such an :
tt-rest m tin- affair, and appeared
be so anxious SI f?? the r?unit, tl:
the old man was not astoinsheil
s???? him SOter the bar ami take
chair by his side? lb* ii??tice?l al
that his dame and Susan were aim?
the spectators in the court room
The ?'?is?' was called, and the la
\?-r for the plaintiff srose and inn
out so plausible a statement that
enraged the old man dreadfully,
much so that hs could scarcely ci
tent himself until ths lawyer ex?
The niotiK'iit he sal ?l??w n the i
man sprang to his feet.
'?See h?'le." ?*\claiin? ?I he "II
an- ?l?i?l and every man in this co
room know I in?? veil enough t?? kn
that I never got them by rus??ality,Off
churned more than what was justly
"All that may be true," replied
the judge, "hut the court ?1? uian?!-?
legal proof relative to the points at
issue. I presume you hu?<- un attor?
ney. Mr. Lippe ?"
"Never said a single word to one.
I never thought it worth while,"
said the old man, perfectly a__'_st ut
th?- turn riiatt--! - aking.
At this stage. Lippes hind haud
rose to hi- feet?
"May ?t pleas?' the OOUrt, 1 h i II
undertake th I >r Mr. Lij
"A pi? tty case you'll ? it,"
said the old man. "V??u can
< "i n a wonderful sight lietl
"I '.iii. M r. Lippe, that M r.
? 'overdale ?s ? ??: : ompetent to
the task," said the jud^e. who ??as
wit h th?* young
yer, ami .? ho. 11 iiorant ol his
o?.-, fancied hi' smelt a
joke in the actions of the j ?
" M ebbe your honor is rig i
Al r. Lippe, "but a ? .
\ r sight bet
A general I I
The SU H pl'< lile '. ? B
attorney having pre?
?\ hoi?- ground, entered in:
merits with sich force ami clearnesi
as asi rt. But
bou - paint the surprit
Mr. Lippe ? 11 '.
.t every word of t he
lawyer hi . to distend with as?
shnieut, '?mil hi meut w si
something so ridiculously, appalling
as to couvulse the entire andiene?
with laughter. I'eal aud peal re
sounded, and even t he
the judgl foi gel ' ii - a? It?
seemed ready to shake to pie. es w?ti
"Who who are von.'" a
last gasped the ohl lliali.
"Sit down, Mr. Lippe,"said ?
?laic. "1 am attending to the
Then stooping, he whispered in hi
"I am trying to earn Susan."
"She'l yours," shouted the ol
man, regardless of the bystand?
the court, which ha? a an iuk
ling of the mat- rei
t?> their jubilant feelings. Ho
felt, however, van be better itna?
?ned than described. she blushe
like one of her mother's
hastily hid her face in her veil.
When the merriment had subsii
and old Mr. Lippe had secure
ii is equanimity, the happy at torn?.
proceeded, and finally made s?) ele?
a case for his involuntary client, i
caused the judge t?- ? the 8U?
The old man left, the court in tr
iiniph, and with his hired hand, pr<
oeeded forthwith to the clerk'?
. where a license was procure?
The judge gave the court a short r
and united the happy pair
the bonds of matrimony.
Since that event, Mr. Lipp h
changed in.?- views on ?ducation
"It di?', nu- more good than anything
e? t i used. My dyspepsia w a- of monll
standing; utter eating it a
Now 1 run w.ll.'- writ?- *- !'? Keen?
Hoisington, Kss., <>: Kodol i?yspepi
< "ure It digests ?v hat vou >
?Senator .Iones, chairman of t
democratic national committee, a
has just returned from Europe, sa
thai the opposing presidential cam
dates will again be Bryan and M
Kin ley. hie says Bryan will havi
larger following than in 1896. Sel
tor Jones accuses the republican p
ty of insincerity m its declaration i
bimetallism, and says he can't ;
much of the ii . proapei
the attitude of Kichard Croker as
the Domination of Bryan for pit
dent. Senator Jones had little t?> s
tiu-rel? replying to a direct ?piesti
"Croket is already m line."
The "Plow i;.?\ Preacher," Rev.
Kirkman, Belle Itive, 111., says, "AI
HufferinR from bmnchial ?>r hm
for ten years, 1 was cure*?! by One Min
Cough ?ni?- It i- ?11 lhat Is claimed
it and m< li cures cough, ???
grippe ami all ihroal and Inns trou I?
?Senator Hanna admit?? that .L
1?. McLean will gi??' the republic
a hot tight in Ohio, but savs he
lie Ves that his party will win by
bandsooM majority. Senator Tin
ton, of Nebraska, who usually cla
everything in sight, is not so sure
republican SUOCeSS m Nebraska.
Sitfht for tho Blind
Dr. Peter stie?s. the Russian
trician, claims that he ha? applied an
eh-etrical apparatus of his invent:..r.
to several blind person-? and has
made them able to see light and the
shaps <>f the objects around tbem. In
the ?ourse of a recent newspaper in
terview he saui to the interviewer:
"I have b.en working on this in
?? utiori for \ earl and ha
tkl^nc?' BOW that I shall soon bring it
i eta ility that blind
d will be ah
with their brains. ; ordinary
people ses through their norma! ?
In a word, my invention place
be ? ?? ?*. " I h. Stiens I hen -
inters.? lion Id
for himself, ami furt'
?*I)i ?k in?* it imall
i blindfolded me. He <li?l
? Ively that n??r a raj
? my vision.
? larkn? SI Tht ienlv
white light before me ?a light that
? ? ? ??
light Then I>r. Si
up b ire me.
?? *A pair of .'I rep
'? ?!?':_: tit." i
iuv entiou to I an?l further
tit at th?
I 'i esident an
trip West bos
uiral I ?evvev. it il
tin* ! ? plainh
that < ?-eneral til
indu il i ? ; a man of abilil
ilarly as a lawyei
ami adminisl not th?
and broad-minded mi
1er nee?!? d for the -
The Ono Day Cold Cure.
Bishop T. I". I ludley, of l\
the dive - item inspired by .
ilar stand taken by Bishop Potter, o
N? w York, in the :
York II be think
when the General Church me
1901 it will enact a law forbiddiu
mil. marry divorced p?.
- the? are the best
and al' liv. r and b< ? - *?*.
The arrest some dayi f Mn
i ? w? ?US, a vv bite woman of
< ?eoi. : lu- charg
burning' the store house aud
f M i. .'. C.
creating n?? little excitement thi
out that county. The - d ht
bad ug m a jusl .'our
and the case was sent on to tin
"If v ?m scour th?' w
find a remedy
Cough ? s? K?litor Fa?
M ii py, Fla . "Must 1.-:
I : in -
from pneumonia, bronch
ail ilni'.it an?) lui
11 is Dow estimated t bat !.
sons perished in the cart!.
i Minor,around Aiden. rhetii
shock occurred at \ o'clock in t
morning ?>f ?September 30, and
fot ;. - ?is. The efb cts s
palling. W hole villages were cot
pletely destroyed. The ?-a. :
v\as felt as far as >r:.>. Mitylcne ai
. ; ;
Vttorue) t ieoeral < < ?:_ -
of the llluting of th : martial
?ii?' cas. of Cap:. < > M Carter, up
a ir.?-li ('resident McKinley ba
appro? al of ths .???, emphasi
the fact t hat in fon i ? apt:
Carter bought securities worth -'.
?V. Wich .
?h. mayb? it ?_? yes?U ?r- a?-?!
Walkin .t. 'h. I!-s ?? mn ?r???
? i h*_f ;
V- f -. ! rrv ?'.':.?
" * *
'TIS USELESS TO REGRET.
* '. rri?_i te
rsjTsT. a ?
? - ?.
?J. - -a.
OUR GREAT ATLANTIC
'. ? ? -
The Hainbridgt S
Church, of Manchester, has extended
a pastoral call to Rev. K. V. ! .
;th t 'arolina, who has
sitv i^f Chicago. Mr. Bald
? f 1 .ec cou uty, <
In Kansas persons convicted o?
murder in the first degree are
tenet hanged ?? henevei
Governor shall sign their death war
SU 1 so the ; ? ? contains
scores of prisouers under sentence to
l'v M i- Mary Bird, 1 In
from M inute
.re 11 .
an?! thron \N Rich
Rev. W. vY. Sisk, pastoi of the
Baptist Church rly, has
i resij cion. to take effe
.. . \ ivemlier. M r.
will then lea??- to accept the
w . . - mi
'I h?' monument in memory of the
? on !'-..;??: ate des II I in M asas*
o Cemetery, Woodstock, Va.,
will he unveiled at that place on
isd.iv. October 20th. TheSheii
Hudoah Herald announces thai Hon.
.lohn W. Painel delivers the address.
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