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The Clarke Courier
Vol. xxxi. Berryville, Va? Wednesday, November 1. 1899. No. 37.
THE CLARKE RIER.
JOB ???'?? i*. I '? V I.I. KIN |),>?
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? VI I l*?v BALK BILLS;
\Ui?>. I.L.\\k\ . &c.
\?-< ute?l prouipii\ an.l nt-atl-, ami at fair
? JOB .1 OKK must l.?pa: lf,irupoi,
THF. CLARKI-: COl'KIHK
JOHN O CROWN,
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Marshall McCormick & Son.
? parlinrsliip (<? p| .
\|| t.ii-nn-ss aid rec?-i?,?- prom;
i, ni ?OU.
? ?n ? 'liiir.ii .-i in ? ?burl !
vV. T. Lewis.
! ? 1. I N | I -I, \\V.
BERRY VILLK, VA.
.,u ..1 t?. any buaiiieaa ??niiiiiitt? ?I to
? tin-'.-iris of ?'lark?- ami adjoin,na?
jouuti iai attentioD given
? ?ili? ?? on ?'li?ir?!i sin-el. n.-arlv opp?
J-iies Cook, Jr.,
? i-rilHM -:y.at-i,.\w.
i'KOXT ROYAL, VA.%
??eii?l t?> any l.usitu-???? .-<?mmitt**?! to
the ?'ir.-uit "?'??urt <?f ?'lark?* ?..?mty.
John. Y. Page,
i IT? ?KM V- \ 1-1. AW
<'?iiiin??HN???n.'r in Cliaii?'??ry.
BERR WILLE. I A
SanTl. J. C. Moore,
i n t? >h m *:v- mi. \\\.
BERRY! ILIAC. I ./.
ra.li?'.' in the ?-..urt;. of ? lar,
?Vanan .- ? 11 ? * Loudoun ?xiuntiea. in tin*
?? ? \|.p?nN ..I lio- .-tat?
- in tin- r. 8. < '?art ?t Harrifsonbtaaig.
Dr. a. H. Oliver,
? . 1ST.
HERRI MLLE. VA,
ra ? pr:\ate pupil ??f Prof J.
1?.. ?1-lx'ii! ami a graduate ?il the Baltimore
????niai Sur :?-r\, ba
'v ? ? i- adminiatered.
? : - building, ??ver
ij.pitt'a I>rtiK St..re.
DR. HUNTER H.McGUIRE
|>i: \. ' rH E IliniU" I t<? Il f the
iii.ri:-- -'v m. i., ? i m
'T.r. Wat or St.
Dr. ?S. D. Hicks.
,__r . | a LIST,
H in 1. r \i: S<>SE and i in:?? \ I
IS ".Main St., - - ". I -.Va.
Hl i l\ ..I \--l? II I'NIHIF.I'.
WOn.VN**? I It?? I .ttXES AM? 1 ?VU Alai".
'?ful and si: ?I Ir
Ity, I*!e,.|-a?it.r. of lb i terna, change
of lift?, in mal -l. all find re?
lief, neat and eure in JOII \S
T??N s s.\K>.\i" .: LLA. I
pan;..-, a for all paner li. a ?I ache ;?l??.ut
the top .?i- l>.i . a?i. dialreaa
patn in the left side, a disturbed
condition ?>: u. palpitation of
tlu* heart, cold ; md fe.-t. norv
ousneaa ;..i?i IrriUi ?on, - ? sness,
pain-., backache, legache, irrei/ular ac?
tion of the heart, shortness ,?i breath,
abnormal ui ?vith cxtremelv
painfii! m,-n ? of urine,
?welling of feet. ???i.-iu-ssof thebreaata,
aearalgia, nterin? nonl mid
catarrh, and all those symptoraa ami
troablea which mail? the average wo
jnan's life ^,, u:;
ancaissaa ssro <??, iirtr*.ir, Mi-a.
Digests what you eat.
Itartlficially digosis t h<? f??od and aids
?Nature in strengt lienint; and recon?
structing the exhausted digestive or
tfans. It is the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic. NoothiT preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in?
stantly relieves and permanently cures
-dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
flatulence. Sour Stomach, Nausea.
ah other resultaof imperfect digestion.
Prepared by E. C DeWitt a Co.. Cbicago?
W. i:i?'ll Al'l?i?\.
Marbe & Granite Works,
< '??r. <ie.?r^f and North Streets.
Diehl ?V Bro?,
?''"?'i':M i:\rs. TOMBS, CTATUro.
Slate an?! Marble
and all kinds *>f
Building Marble and Sandstones.
All or.lers? promptly till?-.! at the lowest
rates All work gu?rante?'?!,
BIGHT Mir I'? 01 I \\|>. situ?t?'.! in
northern part of onnntjr, one ails from <!??
l>'t. ??tore an?! postotll.v. Five room dirait?
In?. atabla, ?lain, aaat h?r*?nae, hen-bouse
?n.i inr^.? cistern; 2 acras in timbar. Price
?????i. Apply to HN Y DER ?ft CROWN.
A LITTLIJ HEROINE
New York J<anmal: BssidsSallttls
?*l?il?l sight ihipwi?eejked psrsoas were
savt?l fr??m death by men I nun Mil?
lionen?- .lulin H. If man's steam yacht
The rescue WM-? sflaseted
about T.? miles north ?>f th?? iCrmu
das, where the Sagamore had iiiH?le
tin- hist ^?o?, of un eight weeks' pleas?
ure ?-ruis.- smoag the West Indies
The partj bad left Bennuds <?;i
Friday, April 11. without waiting for
a pilot, ami tin- yacht had taken its
course f--i this port. A bou I I o'clock
in the afternoon Second .Mute Swan*
ton, on the bridge with Oaptain Ed?
ward Sherlock, lighted a nail about
eight miles awtiv on the Btsrboard
bow. It was a mere ?peck in the In?
ri/.on, hut Captain Sherlock took tin
glasses an?! mad?* ?>ut h tattert?! Hi it
ish *.* f ? s i ?411 floating npsids down.
Immediatelj the newi of a ?hip in
diatress spread among tbe party <?i
pleasure seekers, and ther crowded t<
the rail as the Sagamore, under full
steam, headed for the torn flag. A?.
thej drew nearer it wa n that tb?
snsign waved from s short pol?
m th.- dismantled hull of a smal
brig. The ?1 ????k was strew i
wreckage, :?n?l ?m tin.? helpl
men ran to ami fro th.-i
arm- ; j \un for help. It ws
not until neerl] le thai amonj
th< ihipwrecked wen ieeu a aottiai
and a little chihl.
h wa- this child, th- I rear ol<
? William ? i-ordon, captait
??1 the wrecked brig, ??In? became tli
idol of tilos,- on board th? inil!i?>ii
eire's j achl jusl as in tbe uin?
thej had drifted helpless on tbi
- she had became the -
ume of t be ships 11
\\ lien t
Kirs! M.it. i ardseu, Itoatewaiii Mi
lar :tmi three seamen mad? fast to t i
hulk and bad taken Mrs. Gordo
from t ii?- wreck the men ?called to tli
little girl t?> follow, hut t-in.?
head ami ci
i, tak.- my papa tirst." All
Itoatsaain Miller, who i.- big
strong, aud weather beaten, blubls
e.l outright. And there wen
m ever* eye on th?- ?Sagamore whi
the child, who, through long ?ia
aud uights, had heard her tuothet
the yacht, i?u?l runuing fearlessly
Captain Sherlock, asked, with w>>
?l?*r in h?-r big tlio.N ?
'?Mamma, is this <?mi;-'"
The rescued men wen- the crea
the British brigantin? in,
which Captain ?ordou ?S half own.
she was of ??9G tons burden. SI
hailed from Uharlottetown, Priii
Rd ward's Islaud. Nine dsyi th
hail drifted at the meres of tin* wiu
and tules, sud all hope of rescue h
Tbe < sspiuu had b< ?-ii
ita\ a week, ami was on her way
;souvilie for lumbei to < lau?
loup?*, when m hurricane struck h
The ship tossed and tbe seas r<?.
oser bei vo tierce ?vas the wiud il
?he masts wer?- snapped sud carr
overboard, leaving gresl holes wh
the? hsd !?<-t n torn fr?)in the deck?
?* I'm uoise a ?t was more I
thumlei tbail u iii.l,*' said Mrs. 0
? Ion. "I have had ?50 years' ex periei
with sea, but never have I seen
heard anything like that. It stri
the boat's sikes as n sbol mighl Ii
?lone, ami then I heard the ?r
above, and knew thai th?- masts I
fallen. The water rushed iuto
itabin. It swept through, and I can
mv little. girl and prepared . ' N
Qordoii broke down and cried ?
vulsivel) at the memory of the chi
The Wind went doWO as siulile
as it ha?l risen, and tli?* sea wascs
Had it u?>t been th?* dismasted, I
tered ship must have gone to the
torn. They drifted helplessly.
next night a .steamer passed M 0
thai those ?>n the brigantina atan 1
t be port ami starboard lights. T?>r<
were burned, ami they i .bou ted M
tin- sea, but the Steamer paid n?> Ii
Three ?lays later a Boho?>ner, suppi
to he French, tack??l twice, 0
near, ami then for no reason a
man?' miml can fnth?>ii>, for
surely ?aw the wreck, passed ?>n
disappear?-?!. Ami the MX I d
Norwegian hark passed within
shot almost ami did not halt. It
th?*n that even Captain <?m?loua
Night and day the all took f
in watching. Helen Sylvia,
chihi, watch?-.1 with tliein. "Mie se? m
e?l to understand their peril, but ?she
kept a brave h ?-art. Once (?be said,
as her mother prayed:
" r?dl (???il In hurry and ?end some
kin?l of a boat We ?lon't ?-are if it's
a tujf ??r anything, just >?<j it takes us
till of 11.
she ty beautiful as even children
rarely are. Brown corlj bair falla is
a frail.- ?boot her feoe, that is white
ami ?soulful chernba. and
ar.- l-i^ and luminous, lo
al! those ?lav? sin- ?heeled the iii?-n
who watched, ami it WUS the ??ho
bade thein oft? nest take hope.
"It tlitl me mor?- .-.?.?.i than anything I
ever used My dyapepaia was ?>f mont Fis'
standing; aftsr eatiag i' rrible.
Ntiw i am well," writ?- s. B. Keener,
lloisington, Ka?? . of Kt-dol Dyspepsia
Cur?- It digests what you eat W
Tin I?.?? I'm.-? Story. A Peni
renia ?.Im-tor ?ho his m decided
of humor in Ii.? maks up tel la this
"I bad ?m I r. ? I * woman for a pa
she I once pull??l her
through a lin?-.-:. k of typhoid,
? 'tnperature from time to
tirim 1>\ iiav , noun
under t : -j When she bad
neai i one da? and,
v? itliout fun her tempera?
ture, left a tingle prescription and
? ?1 ou m? ??a? homeward. XL-out
tin?-? un from I
:i i>? her son on horseback.
"Back I went.
?? ? ! 'o ? bei." -.?i?l the ??Kl lady, re
. Iifull?, 'why ?li?lti t ye give me
r ?I-?I trash."
(.?ka HBEii i ii i. I'? .B? . Kdward ? .
Klauagau, th?- Dekalb county, (.a.,
rnulti murderer, broke from hit
in the jail. As he dashed through
the door ami pasl the guard, who had
murderer'- breakfast in iiis bands,
iied up the two-year-old baby
I ??rawing a long
knife from his .spin?,
th?- child to hit the pri
lied down the jail stau way through I
corridor leading t?? th?- Sheriff*!
1 deuce, the onlv avenue of escape
| SheritT Talley happened to be in th?
room into which Flanagan dashed
Mi.-, lalle?, the child's mother, wai
. also there. The father and motile:
simultaneously sprang upon the pria
oner, Mrs. Talley wielding a hroon
' ami the Sheriff olutching Flanagai
bj the neck. The guard cams una
this instant, and the three overpow
.-..ti Flanagan and tore the child fron
hid grasp and drove the prisoner bacl
to his cell.
The "Plow Boy l'r? aiher," I.? v J
Kirkman, Belie Hive, 111 . says,
suffering from bronchial <>r lung troubl
for ten years, 1 was cured by One Minul
Cough Cure, it is all that is claimed f o
it and more.*' Ii cures cough, coldi
;.?? and all throat and lung trouble;
W I ?it ha iilson.
\\?n\t. Twint. An sxchang
tells a good storj of ?< father and m?
tin-: win? were trying to lind name
foi their twin babies, who, by th
g-ris. !t was decided thi
the father should name them. _ft<
Casting a!.?"it ami hialino no nani
that exactly suited bim, hedetermii
cd t?> fin! the strain of his mind an
call them "Kate" ami "Duplicate.
In course of tune auother pair c
twins came, and they were boys. Th
the husband's opportunity togi
???.?n snd in* ??anted his good wife I
, christen tl. boys. Imagine his fe?
ingS when the mother <?ne da? toi
him she had named the hoys "Pett
'When our boya ?vere almost Ai-:
from v\ hooping COUgh, our doctor gat
One Minute Cure Thev recovered r:t
Idly," writes P B. H.-lles, Argylc, Pa.
cure?? coughs, colds, grippe and a
throal and long troubles. \V Richan
sir Henry Irving makes a eon
point in The 1..nlies' I ?oui.? .lourmi
"Through a studs of Shakespeare
he sav*. "the taste of the nation wi
benefit, th?- language ??ili becon
in,u?' exact without losing its els
1 tii'itv. and th?' priceless heritage
our Rnglish tongne will bepreserv?
t?? the world in its pnrity.*'
Tho Ono Dity Cold Curo.
|-,,r . . ;..? ad ?..:?? ; : ?? tl ?i ??- Kerasot
Bob Taylor on Bob Ingernoll.
The following artich by \.\ < >ov.
Uobert L. Taylor, of T? t.:
of the most remarkable productions
of his gift?-?! p??n :
?I sut in a great theatr?* at the na?
tional capital. It was thronged with
\outh an?l beauty, old a**;?' ami
?ioui. I ?aw a man, the ??Stage of his
Ctod, stand upon the stage, ami I
heard him ipeak.
"His gestures were perfection of
. his voice was music, and hi?
laaguage was more beautiful tl
an) I bad svei heard from morl
"He painted picture after pi? I
of the pleasures and joys ami sym?
pathies of home. He sntbrooed lo
and preachsd tl ipel of humai
ty like an angel. Then I saw him
?lip In- brush in the ink of m<
blackness ami blot out lUtiful
pictures be painted. 1 saw bin
love dead si hi- feet; I saw bin
OUt the stars and sun. and leave hu
inanity aud the universe iu eternal
darkness and eternal death.
law him, ?? <?<? I in* ?serpent ol
won e paradise of
human hearts ami
. uence and subtle ?I? i lud
sopliistrj inject hi?? fatal veuom, mi
.? ?1. and iU I
meteor without au orbi I
the intelhv? nal sky, brilliaut ouly in
friction with the indestrti?
eternal trut hu <>f Go
trm . whnii
?Th? ai*l in his Heart.
There is do l?od
'?Tell in?. iu?f. < ? infidel, th
Cod. no heaven, no hell ! Tell me
not, 0 iutidel, there is no rii
??What intelligence les? than Coii'e
could fashion the human bod
What motive power ia it. if not c
that derives tbe throbbiug of
the human heart with ceaseless
- stroke, sending ths crimi
stream ?>f life bounding and circl.
through every vein ? ry?
??Whence ami what, if uot of God,
his mystery we call mind': What
is it that thinks und feels ami km
und acts': O, who can deny the di?
vinity that stirs within
?*God is everywhere ami in every?
thing. His mystery is iu every bud
and blossom and leaf ami tree: in
every rock and vale snd bill and
mountaiu; in every spring and rivu?
let ami river. The rustle of his wing
is iu every zephyr; it.- might is in ev?
ery tempest. He dwells iu the dark
pavilions of every storm cloud.
"The lightning is his mi
ami thunder is bis voice. His awful
tread is in every ear: i 00
every engr? ocean. The hes
above us teem with his myriads of
shining witness -. I'tn* universe of
solar systems, whose wheeling orbs
course the crystal paths pro?
claim through tbe dread bill
eternity the glory sud pow??r and ?io
minion of all**wise, omuipoteut and
Tho Gao D.?> Coi.
Ct>ld l K ? ?
? 'l??)?-elat?s I. ?
l?. lalte is.aialv. ?
\ i w Oil Fields. The r< ported
rerj of wonderful oil field in
the Caucasus ha- ?eral of the
biggc.-t French capitalists scurrying
toward Grogui to arrange for exploi?
tation. The supply fai exceeds that
of America's richest wells. At the
shallow depth ??f 100 to 8,000 feet
tons of naptha ar?- turned out daily,
in quality to pur?' that it requires lit?
tle refining. M. I'.il.Vl. the del
an?! owner of the famous t??wt.
also a principal owner of the neu oil
field, declares thai the prod net of the
latter will drive Vmericon petroleum
from all European markets.
President ? inei 'a Rank,
liiooklvn. Mich . has i.-e.l l>eWitt*a Lit?
lie Early Itiaers m his famih for year?
Saya they sie tli?- !>?--t Thcae famo'ia
littl?' puls ?iu -?? ? ?>iis| ?pat ion, billiouaneaa,
ami ai' liv?-r and bowel troubles. w
la?ess than two per cent, of all the
men in A mema own "full -dress
suits," ami fnilv seven eights of onr
American families have their dinners
at noon. Kdwar?! l?ok.
OircumHtnntial Evid? -
A goo?! ii being told about
a juror who was ?Irawn for servi
tin- criminal court recently on a mur*
I tin- I'.utTalo News. He
>ne of those men who was ?fil?
ling to ?lo his ??art as a good Cltisen,
but h?* iiatl a prejudice against cir?
cumstantial evidence which was
?strong he could not dispel it from
his mind, ami it finally became
II. 1 th?- qnes it to
iiiin by the i ? ? rii_r attorney to
qualify, hut when th<- atto!
? ?? n to where in
ed iiiin if he would convnt s DI
ttitial evidence be hesi
"Why ?1<? you hesitate:" asked the
"Well, I'll he frank with you,"
r?'plie?l the juror. "I don't hclieve in
? iat there could he i t of
tile pr - '.liu't
lie Judge ami the
juror, at tin
the tl wit ii Mr. ?.
alf. ( '
tend he ran aftei
_ht h i in by tin
m an Oj . :n the feno
a n. f the family hap]
along, ami N in with th?
in his baud, concluded he s s - :
? itli an attack of senile dem
??nt;;. . v was tryii
hack the poor beast into real cutlet;
and I ? that I
me. an?: I am '.:
convince my family that 1 was
trying to murder that calf. That
the reason 1 an:
Doy Cold i
W. i:: .
"A Word i?> nu: Wise, I
The young man had taken of
coat aud hung his hat careful!
the hall rack. Coining into the pa
lor lie went to tile tire and held o
hi> bands to warm them. Th
?vaited for him to ??peak, but it ??
.: In- was a bashful youi
man. ami kiu w not how to begin t
conversation. Finally, lu- sa?i:
"It wa- very, very cold last mgl
: at home and bugged t
stove all the evening.*1
The girl turne?! her great brot
I toward him ami said, ait
a tinge of art m her voice:
"1 don't see any use in hugging
It ?lulu t require a house to fall
oung man. even if he was bar
ful. and he promptly resolved not
bug any moi?
"11 you scour the worUi you v,
fin?) a remedy ?'.pial t.? ? >ne Min
Cough Cure." -MV?, l'.ditor 1' i -
M i? anopy, Pia , "Hustler " it ?
frailly of LaGrippe an musai
from pneumonia, hronchith
all throat and lung troubles W i'?.
They were dancing. The mu
was heavenly. The swish of hers:
en skirts was delightful. Tile f
granee of th.? roses upon her bos
ilmost i ' ing.
" \ h." <iit< said looking up
ing >w.>< !lv. ""\.? i
mind me of one of \V hitman's poem
>m< tl to -t
him. 11 a as ai if he were float
along m a dream. When he CO
catch his breath to speak, in
?*\\ hich ont
? < Hi. an? one," slie replied.
It et aie ai! mixe?] up in ail ol t ?nu
Curo Cold in M?^.id.
Some Littlo-Known Faots
Only sighteefl J>er rent, of all the
famili?*? in America employ doBM
. leaving ghtj tw<j per cent.
without even one .servant.
If all the dressmakers known I
?n America worked twenty I
hours of each day for a whole y?-ar.
without Stopping for sleep <?r ti.
they would still be able to make only
one dress apises f?>r less than aseen
eightl women of America.
Sol L of all I men
in Arm-r; M much money as
i hit of ? m Ilion Ami rican
of these famili. -
each . ami I
ly sighty per cent, ol utire
number are less than - i h per
There are ICOre ?
country a here only
Central point of I
1 he will be inci
until he rem - that Alaska is
e boundaries of 1'ucle ?-?am.
? bad ward Bok iu the .November l.a
! tome Journal.
A Giant Pop.
and from water courses: is
aud . from the
:.d. A horse and carriage be?
hind it cannot be seen from the near?
by public read. It ha? leared,
h have :iuge
ho hav. the
it ??onId take I
f poplar to .
mug of the th.
Ill?? II ! V;. . \Y _sT< 'You
got my mule." said the old
farmer to the man a
ed the mortgage.
"'s ou got my c
"' If cour.-.
"My chickens en my b
"All of 'em
on a p? tti lak me?"
L'he man was touched. He s.
not resist that appeal.
?*lt is pretty hard," h?
tobacco for yon!*'
It was . - > to m to
? :t 01 I.
ing ! itlv hen t hat had gone
into tlu? egg omptly and
thus had saved her !i ? I. W hen she
stepped in, ' 'tld put
and rod s wai ?
and ? ?'?"
I UpOll ' "1 tl?'s|
? out r 1 louse S'overu*
Il SaVE?? I 111' I'll : ! OKI v I Ham
Ketned?; has ?
the lives of thousands of cronpy
children. I s ithoul an equal
for colds aud whooping cough.
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