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The Clarke Courier
Vol. xxxi. Berryville, va., Wednesday. October 25. 1899. No. 36.
TMI*: CL t-RICE COURIER.
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.seated aroatatl) and aaatlyand atfalr
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j ***** J ? > i ?" unUKinii Ifaranasi
Marshall M. ('.?nui. k. H 11 M.t .riiiick.
Marshall McCormi?k & Son.
VVs bave form taerabipto pra?ti?-?
.;iw VII buaineaa v\ill rc?cl\e prompt at
? tti ? 'hur? !i ?*t . in ?'otirt !
vV. r. Lewis
i . ?h m ir- . i -i? tw,
,ii. ol t<? any bu-iuew o??mmitted t?.
: t lu- curts ??f ?Marke and adjoining
tal attention i?ii?-n !.. coll?e
t ?tli.v on ( Moire h strc.-t. n.-ar'i oppo
Griles Cook, Jr.,
, I I(IKNKY-\T-I. WV.
' IEO.YT ROYAL, WL,
inen?! te any basineSB emmitt?
:. the ? ir? tiit "?'oiirt of darks county.
John. Y. Page,
Oaasaslaatosase la < i?ai?<-?"ry,
BERRYVILLE, I .?/.
Sam,l. J. C. Moore,
i ?TTORNBT All. WV.
BERRY! ILLE. I./.
! practice in the courts of Clarke, l'n-.le
k, ?Varr.-n ?m?! Loodoun countlea. in the
rueConrtof Appeal? <>f the fitat?
in th.- r s ? ..cri at Elarriaoiibnrg.
Dr. Or. H. Oliver.
BERR1 MLLE. \'.?.
. i rival? pupi! "t" Prof J.
n,. nd agi?duateof the Baltimore
I -. nial 8ui :?-ry, has located p?-r
< .a- i?.linitii-r?-re?l
i In RuaaeU'a building,
DR. HUNTER H.McGUIRE
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11 ? ? i I ; - m
12. 5t. ? . Va.
Dr. S. D. Hicks.
O p ? 1 .LIST.
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by the Quart.
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Sa rsa pari I la
?:1.1s up tin' the
""?SB nerves an. iscles
?..?r.- promptly an : : ?. than
<> .? nu.iv ka ? ? IV p illor of Un
ci. .-. . ?. i be )ii.
the i ? Itk Bowl t.?
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MICIIM v luvt i, c?. i-.tr.t rilcfc
\N . ?It'll VKPSON
Digests what you eat.
It artlflclallv digests the food and ?tda
iSature in strengthening and recon?
structing tlie exhausted digestive or
trans. It is the latest disc??v?-r?-d digest
ant and tonic. Nootlur preparation
can approach it in etlieiency. It in?
stantly relieves and pennanentlycures
I'yspt'psla, Indigestion. Heartburn,
c?VlJ!ience- Sour Stomach, Nausea,
aii other results of imperfect digestion.
Prepared by E. C DeWitt A Co.. Chicago?
W. i.i< hai;i>si>\
Marbe & Granite Works,
Cor. Oeotgeand N?>rtii -treats.
Diehl ?V Bro.,
?' "???-'r M KNTs. TOMBS, - BTATUEB
slate ami Marhle
Mai. ties. Tiling.
Sad all kinds of
Building Marblo and Sandstones.
Ml orders promptly Allsdst the loHSSt
rates All work i*i.aran teed.
KIOHT ACRES' OF I.AND. SaSHllI in
northern par! of c.uinlv. .?ne mile from ?le
pot, store and postotBee. Kive r....m dwell
IB?, ?tahle, .lairy, meat house, hen hour??'
ami lar?*., ciatern; 2 aerea in timber. Pnce
S*wO. Apply t,. SNYDKR AfJROWN.
The principa] ?>f a school in winch
????i?- prepared for oollage one
? l.iv rao !v?-?j a ssessage from a ht? ver
living m th.- sane town, requesting
him t?? ,h.I ut Ins ollioe, m he wished
to have a ml;? srith him.
Arrived ut the oOoe, the leaver
stated tint he had in his gift ?. aohol*
arship entitling a hoy t<? four y?i?ra*
eouts? m ,i oertaia milage, and that
he wishe.l to beStOB" it where it would
he beat used.
"Th? r. fore," he continue?!, *?| bave
concluded to let you decide winch
boy of your school moat deaerves it."
"That is a hard question to decide,**
repli??.! the teacher, thoughtfull?.
??Tu o of my pupils, Charles Hart and
Henry Strong, ??ill complete the
oourse of study in my school this
year. Both desire a collegiate edu
cation. oud neither ?s|able to ootain
it ??ithotit assistance. They ai
nearly equal that I cannot tell which
is t he 1" * ter scholar."
?-How is it as to deportment?*" usk
eil t he lawyer.
*?< >ne boy does not m upu
louslyobsarve all th?- rules ?>i* the
school than tin- other." was the an*
"Well,*' said the la ?f at the
end of tin year one huv has not gOUC
ahead of the other, send them t.j me,
?nul I will decide between them.*'
A- before, at tin- closing examine
lions tin- boys stood etiual in attain
meuts. They v.
at t he la . mi iii ;
t of the
Two intelligent, well-bred boys
the? ?-tciii-ii: anil the lawyer was be
i beut. .' usl t hen '. i ,
?etui .' ap
kill? til ?ill .??? !>' I '._ ?'1
settled niiinl and \ ~
.? .?-he bad heeii depi iv ed of .
fortune which was justly hers
she ??.?- in th.
be u ished t<> be examini d
She ??as s familiar visitor t<> t?
with r. -| s 11, aiitl dismissed ?vitl
kiutli? promit rip.
This nioruiug, I hat t h
re? was already occupied a it h other?
.-h?- seated hersell to await bis leisun
1'nfortunately, the chair she selectei
was broken, ami had been sel asid
The result was that she fell in
rather awkward manner, scatterin
her papers altoul the floor. The las
yer looked with a quick eye at th
boys, before moving himself, to se
? i bey could
I halles 1 l?i't. aftei Si i sui
?c? of the fall, turn t?> hi?!
? h !)?? t oultl ni ?I con t r<
Henry Strong - he w<
man's sid? sud lifted her t" her fee
Then carefully gathering up her p.
pcrs, he politely banded them to h***
Il r proftis? and rambling thanl
served .?ni? to increase ('liarle
A fier the la?l ? had told her t*u
toin.it \ st<.:\ t.? which the lawyer li
tened ??it!. ?. ? \ app< ai anee of s
tention, In escorte?! her t.? the do?
and she tlepsrted.
Then In returned t?> the boys; an
i.fter expressing pleasure at linvii
formed their acquaintance, he i??
misset! them. The next day tl
teacher ?va.- informed ?>f the occu
ren?e, an.i old that the -chola rsh
would l?e given to Henri Stron
with tin? remark, "No one so ?voll ?1
? s to he fitted for a position
honor and influence as he who f?'t
it his duty to help the hnmhlest ai
lowliest." The Christian Work.
Tho One Day Cold Cure.
~of eoMa aaS sor. throat oae Kermol
Senator Willia.n B. Mason in
speech at the han.juet of the 111 i i ? <
Camp of the Sous of Vi'termi
Ghicagd declared thai he "stood I
bind (?Vorge l>e?v??v from the time
opened his first guns t.? the time
apa?ad his lips t?> speak and I sta
behind him hulay. Ami I Stand I
hind Admiral George I >?????<?>? for i
next preahlent of the United State
The nomination was received in
lenes ami th?* smbsirraaajed s.-ua
was forced t?> take his seat ?vitluui
cheer or handclap.
One on ?Senator Daniel
The Washington Post is authority
f??r the following: ?Senators l>ainel
an?! Martin of Virginia were chatting
ill the Biggl lions?', jnst lief ore going
out to att. ml the I'resident's dinner
to Admiral DeWey, when a well
gro??ine<l ami c\?-?-editigly youthful
looking m i? , ,i,i. !.tiski\ atoiia the
eorridoi, Tin r? ?,i? sornetluiigabout
th? vtutig m.m that attracted a'
uon. His ,.|. f?( figure, faultlessly
ela?t in black, bis alert step, his fine?
ly poise?! bead, h ? features
ami bright eye* made him an ?
of general attention ?Senator haniel
ved him instantly.
'?There is a fine looking young fel?
low, Tom," said Senator Daniel,
pointing the youthful looking man
out to his colleague.
"lie's bande?nos enough to bs a
Virginian. I suppose he's going out
to call on some lovely giri this cven?
nui be looks as happy as if be
going to ?line at the White
House with the President ami A?lmi
At th?; moment tl ig man
with tbe clean shavei . youthful :
turned sharply around, aa if co
that be was beiug talked about, i?ti>l
fined his eyes i u ten tly upon the Vir
Then, with an air of
uition, he advanced toward
t h? m. and eitending 1 hand
r ! laniel, said:
'?Pardon me; hut is this Senator
'?V? s ?vaut!" replie?!
the \ irgtnis ug gt a
ciousl) sod j; the young inau's
"1 am very giad t<? see you,
sir. ; r. V. ?
stor i h?
still holdiug the .?an's In
Ii i m coi lially on the
??And I toid my friend,
or Marl in, t hat 1 knew
in. sir, I in- moment 1 -aw
VOIl, Sir. lia? M-nator Mar?
tin: .V.; Theu pel nut me. sir.
stor Martin I want t?> introduce t<?
you my young friend from??" Sena
laniel pause-d, a trifle emba?
ed. The youthful looking man be?
gan to get red in tbe fan
w. me, my dear
fellow. 1 recall your face distinctly,
and 1 remember illy the last
tim?- we met in liichmoud, but your
name for the mon N ??.
don't tell in?'." said Seuator Daniel,
raising bis band deprecattngly. "I
will pla?-?* v ??.; in s second. Now l?'t
in?- see. Oh, ves. | remember now.
I remember you well, my dear fellow.
Von are the nephew .?? my dear old
honored friend and comrade, Colonel
'?Pardon me, Senator Daniel,"
broke in the young man. blushing up
t?? the whites of his eyes. "You arc
mistaken. 1 am sorry to say that I
have never had the pleasure of seeing
you until a moment ago. But 1 bave
often beard of you, and seen your
likemss in tin- papers. 1 have el
wished to know yon, ami I have
taken the great liberty of introduc?
ing myself to you tonight; 1 am Sen
stor Beveri?ige of Indiana."
Million? ol dollar-, is tlu- value placed
bj Mrs. Mary Bird, llarriahurg, fa., on
the life of lier child, which she ?a\ c.l
from croup by the use .?t tin?? Minute
Cough Cure, It cures all coughs, .??Ids.
an?! thron I and lung trouble*?. VY Rich?
Th r A i?v \ s i \(.i:. "1 had more
money than be had to carry on the
suit,'* said a very mean individual
who had j ?ist won a law Suit ov?T I
poor neighbor, "ami that's where I
had the advantage of him. Then I
had m tu* h better ?*?miiis.-! than he.
ami there 1 bad tbe advantage of him.
Ami his family were sick while the
suit was pending, so It?' couldn't at?
tend to it, and there 1 had the ad?
vantage of him again. Hut then
Brown is a v?wi ?le?ent sort ??fa man,
?Acs." said his listener, "and
there's where be bad lbs advantage
Eat plenty, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
will digest what ?/OU ?'.il. Il cures M|?
forms of dyspepsia ?nd stomach troubles
R R. Gamble, Vernon, Tex., says, "It
relieved nie from the start andcur???! me
It is now iu\ everlasting friend." W
Hugh Warwiok, a negro, is years
old, has lieen arrested and lodge?! in
the eoonty jail at r*eiiiigtou, charged
with attempted criminal ssaanll on
l.u.v Creasy, s tliiiteen yesir ?>l?i
white child, ?>f near l?itTalo Greek.
W e said the other ?lay that the
press <?f Virginia was never more in?
dependent, never more defiant ?>f the
political machine than it is today.
We repeat that a8s<>rti?>n. having just
Bniahsd reading the weekly papai
the oorrenl issue.
The lirunswick Gasette reminds
th?? political that "ti
sot??.' things higher and holier than
.tiled party regolar
The Louisa which ?
<>f the moat ardent advocates of the
iues of the Clot igo platform in
pie should pass
judgment of disapproval upon any
died I htni'ci atic organization
that does not duly ami trnlv i
out their will." MKi
it adds, "is not Democrat In
short, th?- Louisa News is now light?
ing the machine.
The Staun ton l'ail? Kewi bo -?
that ir wears no pat' - liar, and
calls attention t?> the in;
that ?ts neighbor, th?* Stauntou Ar?
gus, which in I8?MJ ?leiiourn
ping the boitera
in A o _: t? - ? if it has not in?
ri ? '
one of the ablest and most pi- .
sive newspapers m Virginia, m
hold th?' opinion t hat 11.
in Yn ginis today is a n
min irity party.
t he ? f Halifax iu the cam]
that is now n. The reason for
this indil . i' says, is that the
people i thorough!}
machine methods, by which
t lie ?O?? e Of '
Think Before Yovi iStrik>
**\Vhen I was \oui _. i 1 uj
in the mou u tai us of Xew Hampshire
1 worked for u farmer, and ;
a span of horses to plow with, ?me o
which was s Th
?-.?It. after walking a few steps, wouli
lie down in the furrow. The fa
u a- provoked, and told me to sit ?>i
the . ad, t?> keep him front ris
while he whipped him 'to breal
him of that notion." aid. Bu
just then a neighbor came by. 11
said, 'There's something ? her?
let him get up and let us find
what is the matter.* He patted th
colt, looked at his harness, and the
said. 'Look at hit ?
ami narrow, and earn, s the harne?
so high, that when he begins to pul
it slips back ami chokes him, so the
he can't breathe.' And so it wai
ami hut for that neigh I shoul
have whipped as good a creature i
we had on the farm, because he la
do?vn when he con hi not breathe."
Boys, always remember that a
animals arc dumb, and can not mal?
their wants known. Think befoi
you strike any creature that can m
speak. -The Children's Friend.
??If you scour the w? will nev?
Und :i rcnie.lv e?iual to ?Mi.- Minu
Cough Cure," says Etlitoi .?it!
Micanopy, Fla., "Hustler." It curetlb
frmilf ??! LaGrippe snd saves tho
from pneumonia, bronchitis, croup si
?ill throat and lung troubles, \\
'The policy ?>f the State democrat
committee was definitely on*!!:
Chairman Ellyson, who state.1 th
the ?committe. was prepared t?> sei
.kers into the field wherever i
publicans or independent oppositii
???as manifested againsl the regul
democratic nominee, but that the
Would he no general canvass of t
State, ami that no unnecessarv ipes
?ng would be indulged in.
Curo Cold ir. Henri.
Kennott's < '_<??_? . ? . t.
t.? t .
\v Rieb ?
Richard Croker has declared ti
e\-Senator Rdwsrd Murphy is t
.te lesder of the democratic pal
of New York ami that he ?oteil
favor of the resolution adopted
the State comtnitte? endorsing W
Jennings Bryan. He also said:
like Mr. Bryan. I alwayshave. I
first tune I BBU h> in I thought b? v
a in?'?* young man. ami I have ne
changed that ? ?.-vv o? him."
ThO Ono Day Cold Cure.
l or ????!.! In the h I and tl . t '<?
i . ? ?
Tho Voifuo of Re?l
Ked in all the shad?--? from bril?
liant scarlet to d wine c
Will be much ?tussd tin.? winter. ti??t
only m garnitures, but fur entire
frocks. The automobile tint is much
?en m the shops now. but as il
_nOSl trying Color to wear its popular
itv wii! probablv not be BO trreat as
i a i
that of other but less new shailes.
The milliner is employing I
enormous extent in fall headweur.
i ?n?- iiH* shown combined man
had ! ? ed by less skill?
ful hands, but as it was th
I'o: !" deeper tones
will, of c bs tno.st ;is?*d. and
tome of the camel's hair and broad
clotl dark, rich - ? . - that
would tempt a fein::
cl??th end buy a f ? her?
form tbe collar anil cuffs <>f bui
:. m th
v fete h -
1?' . _
in si. If th?
O y Bnoui
. Kamm, the
, iu < 'hi?a, upon tl.
tber th.' wives of a great M
? the nat
to tl -
t that her
'?( . ? :
" Then v OU m
"Yes, 1 think 1 am."
"Y.iii wouldn't let a ?
not even your hui
??Not at all."
The < -hiuese women pan -
w liv foi na never take more tha
one wife. Tiny arc .. to."
from v\ ;
? ?m- M ?nute ? ire I
Idly." wnt.s p. H
Dewey's visit to his old home i
\ . rmont has aroused the greate
enthusiasm among the people, and
- - ii?l the politicians in that ?
and little, are enthusiastic o\
the notion of presenting Dewej
name to the next Republican natioi
ai convention. There are many ? ?
pie who believe that whichever par
nominates Dewey mi a Dewey pis
form will sweep the country.
I'lu- "Plos Bo? I'reach? : I?'. v
K i i kmui. B<
for ten vesrs, 1 ??
. h t 'ill?-. It is all t?:
il and m? II?
grippe un?! all throat and lun
\\ II on.
The reshoeiug of horses in winl
is made nnn??cessar> l?v th.- use of
m"? sin.,, attachment, comprit
pair of curved calk-bars, with In
on the upper sid?? t.? eng
of the shoe. | w it h rev era?
threaded ?'mis being need t?? spre
the bars apart until the lugs grip I
??ne day a lady who was riding in
-aw a lad on the roatl bare
f??oted ami Seemingly very foot 8<?re.
>he asked the ?-??a,-hu?an to take him
up. an I sai?l she would pay for hi in.
When the coach ran tie end,'
nd lady found,
that the poor la?l was bound for the
t, to otTer hi nisei f as a
?fterwar ?s. on the
aptain who i II
an old lady walking
v along, and lie made the
11 up his hoi- He
put the lady . "T will
pay for her."
?Yhen they n?
pay for a rid
The captait. he al
felt for I
. . T
. i. and a If
paid for : le."
?A: "I uni th
bur. tl I am
"Well," said the captain. '*<
1 my labor so that I
**\ . . '? :.
"Y? tau' m
I'll tri an' 'lu
1 ho? n ter te bout
ti coons, w'at jei
stop at takiu'
m, so I ? s* pui
The O- Cold Cure.
V > ' ? - .
iding ses . I on the
frame with I? le of
seat i-? operate ti
mechauism, the lev ?
changeable bv r?
"And so you were a cowboj ?
I ?ear me, how t ; \\
?*M\ ii. ? enture hsp
in North Caro i soin.
led a report that I wss s
V rrangem? mad?
Alexander 11 !. of : ssia shot and
item under the im
; -?;oii til?' (.'Oil01 WHS a Nihilist
! le m as heartbroken
over the terrible mistake, as the
| Count was a member of the royal
THE CLsARXE COURIER
JOHN O CHOWN.
B OLA RI
lion v th?* half
year <>r year all? M
HANDSOME WELT SHOES
A I.I. " -s- ..
ai.: va M.?
! \MI VI R
L. E. RicaiTjore
BOOKS aud S
?7 w ?
Wm 11 Paper
Our Fall Millinery
? HKM .
Slbert & Der\ny,
GOLD AND SILVERWARE.
WATCHES. CLOCKS, ?fee,
KI, ?V 1>I \N\
Fine Tobacco ami C
/W/.A TS, on
For Fii\e SI)or
Made to Fit the Foot
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