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The Clarke Courier.
Vol. xxxi. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, August 16, 1899. No. 26.
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RIGHT AI'RF.S ?IK LAND, situat.-.l in
northern part of county, ?me mile from ?h
r???t. atore and potrrtofllce Pire rooan dwell
UK, atable, dairy, meal boose, hen-house
and lar^e cistern; 2 acre*, ?n timber. I'ric?
?*??*?*? Apply to BNYDBR ?ft CROWN
One Minute Cough Cure, cure??.
That is what it ?vas made lor.
THE WOOD LILY
Within the for?*s?'* ?>.. . m.
I'ulsin?*, UtM t? m.
In ! ?
Than Ihf-M rom|l
I litt.I tl >?? ia ? l?i --
Saut to ?i,!o,-i. Miilts? ?rold mtmi ?|>ac?.
Slim pett ?. w;
S!>\ . ?
w Mes. t"i? ?? ?i i i sraaa,
ml are lli, )
1 r. I ., i. I .. | i,., i ?
I ? I n ?.: ? ? ? ? :.
Noll ? lll|M-l
? r uplift. .1 ? i I?-,
li.it naMa, ?? i.
? ? a<V
J- ?< : i:. nt n u, II
+ -r* + *I- + ?*!?? *?? *f* *.- -I- ?'.' ?*? + -!? ? 4? -I
? BACK TO SIGiiT
i nw +
, * How an OfF? That **"*
+ Love la lilimi. +
4- + + 4* -i* -I- ? -.- ?'.? -.- -.'- -.- *.- -.- -.- -; -:
Tli<? sil??nt stars I ??'..I down til uligh
B ? l.'.'ir, still night
iiiir men. The bris ? I advj
by forced marches and uo\? lay within
two miles of tii?* dervish ?ano To?
morrow's ?lawn woul ? i nit.
Two oitirots stood t?
I??w whispers, for It wa
linjxntaiir.' that th.* enemy should be
talon by siirpi i-.*. ami tl??' ?t?his as to
alletsce were si
"I.tick up. old chap, you'll come
through all iij:lit. An.i If not. what
it amount to? ^ *i no wo?
ol ii?T al
"No. thank heaveu. h ?s in times
lik?* this that one is glad uevei to have
1 iiiiiiioil like i.r old II ireou
"I whs thin' I should
not care t<> be tl?ed i
??That's sU rot.
the other. "I don't : li??ve it
a row of pll ? . as
abe Isn't repu
?'?, e* The most mil ? lj w omen
son.? ? tr.ii t n.
? w.ll. old chap, I'm |?i ?? lous thank
ful l'\? m? thoughts ? ii t?. both?
er nm tonight, i Rhall ; j for a l?*nel
tomorrow. <*v ?*n if i . ; the
rout?- We've i ,.i being
Ural Into th?* aareba."
"We will give you a raee for it. any?
how. Kut we'd ?.I get a
sh*e*i?. for t.ii.-. as I it oilt
of a fellow."
The? two wont i.?t ural
And as he lay sleepless the thot
?aim* to Hamilton thai it was s??m??
what lenes-ame t.. think that n?. wom?
an's eyes would lili at the news of his
death; and be looked upward at-the
.-tars above him, wouderiug where hia
soul would t'?* tomorrow
The shadow of ?hath lay upon him,
H ?lo.s upon the bra
! aoldler; he would li^lu none the worse
1 f??r it in the morning.
The sun ha 1 risen.
In tli?* piv\ ion lia If hour of
dawn the assaull had boon delivered,
the dervish forces had h-ceu driven
1 from their IntrenehmeiitH ami now
j the black, grinning "t?lppj-s" won*
frsternlxlng and triumphing with their
laughing and cha Hing white comrades.
Backward, a?:-.?s- the half mile of
plain, ill?* Burgeons were busj Away
t.? the southward could be heard the
sounds of pursuit us the British ?>th
hased the (lying Baggara.
A held hospital ai the front Is Dot a
pleasant pla?-.?. neither eau it In.? de
acrlbrad in ?"1.1 bla? k and white. War
correspondents, ss readers of tlu?
?laili??s have no ?loiiht uotlced, judl
: ciously avoid more tliau the merest
mentios o? such pla?res.
There wo->* some ghastly caaes, and
both Burgeons and assistants had been
worked hard. But the pressure was
??v.*i ami at last there was tino* t?> at
tend t?i Un* wounds which were not
"Now, Hamilton, let's see," sai?l
Surgeon Major Murphy, approaching
an officer who lay motiouless on s
stretcher who bad so lain half an
hour ai least. Th?* doctor looked his
patient o\?*r, ;;av?* a l?>vv whistle ami
beckoned t?> one of the orderlies who
at that moment turned his head.
MLook, see, haw kins, hero's a i?a?l
caso! lio must go back to th.* h??s
"Badas that, doctor*;" asked the mo
t loll less man faint!)
?-"lis s... Now you keep epiie-t."'
Lieutenant Hamilton had lieeu to?
tally blinded l>v the explosion of a
sh?*ll in an earthwork as. well in front,
h.? was leading his company. He was
sent to th? rear to hospital and Sis
ter May was given charge of him.
lie* hue! not much pain, only be was
blind. Treatment appeared t?> have n?>
effect on this, h seemed hk.lv to be
a long business. The* .?a.v> began to
bang h?*:i vil v. Then cams the <>l?l
story, "Love in ielh'ii?
Hospital statten eh? not ceome t?? bs
women when they take m> their work.
Sisi.'i- May was just as susceptible to
boo as though sh?' bad I>?'?*n a silly
young thing of is. though, In tact, sh?*
was tin years older. And h?*v Pity
l?e*im- akin to love th?- recipient of pity
runs a double risk. Her voice was s??ft
and inusual. lu?r touch was soothing?
b?*r cart of bim s?*i*iii.'ei Brat motberiy,
then sisterly, and then
Se> it was that by easy stages they
drifted int.. that strange attra.-iie.n
which Hi?- world ?-alls Miove "
Ami ii?*r ??m* fear was that some day
b<? mi-jit st.- again. The surgeon sai?l
it was ?usl poSBJJble ami was advlalng
a ?'onsiiHati??n with the world famed
Profeasot Augcnwlrte of Olaefrath
She prave*?! sgaJnat that possibility, for
in hrr nvvii ,v?s sh?> was plain nay.
ugly past redemption. Vet. tliongh
sh?* <*??iil?l not realise it. her t???? large
month ind prominent teeth, her Irreg
?lar nose* ami all the fancied Imperrec
tlons of h?*r ftSJCC matt,*i -.1 little; for
Iu?r lares graj .-vos won- soft and full
of aiilniatlon. Ii??i- skin aras like I l
v.'t, h.-r t'urur?- ami can
Hut. woman! could onlj .!
tip?.n her fu.-ini defects ami ?sas full ??f
apprehension |. -t aosue d.i)
should I??? r.-sior. <!. ami. rtcelnj, h? I
titre??, h?- shottkl loath? her.
Her ?'ousln Kate, a sister nu
Iiik how things t?-i"i?-.i. chaffed in r
Now, May, 1 t! ...ii had !
?tir?, aacriflcetl your lif? i-> nursing; -'':''l
y.-t the Arsl rgtjud looklug young lieu*
"II)' ?vil! alv.'.-?.. , waiit nut
Kate," sh?- !'a!t.i-.,| ;i excuse.
"Ah! hut suppo ?? i ?.- Ilaggertj Is
ri-_-lit ami Ins sight conn lie
won't want SUJ I 'i:?-n"
???r Maj did ; ?' an
A w?'?'k later Uauilltou lefi the h?>s
pita! for ? Hi full .?! hope. ; he
I night ?previous to his departure they
came t?. ?in
un?! though she would u? q un?
qualified snswer to \..- plead
had n??t tin- courage t<> atop bin
getber. In reck I? allowed
?herself to drink In the aweeta ?-;
lonate v\ ?1.1 - . ! at any
be a llfcloug reinem hrauee
though on his return be should -i-t
The operation ? i] beyond
It is true, hut 'vith th?
in a short time bis - -hi would !??? fully
"I want t.? ? h.?
sai.l t?? tin- ordt't'1? at the hospital en
"Miss Johnston?*, sii liV"
"Why, th?- inn-.- "
"V?-s. sir: but tl,< ..'-. t\v?i ?.f them."
"WVll ?i -in _.1 looking.
I not kiu.w i
"Oh, .v.s. ?Ir; I'.ut I
know i h?- one yni
Ami be v\;?s kIio??'u into the ivaitiug
It" Th? n th?
"My l..\e" be
yon were beautiful. 1 have
to claim you."
1er Kate drew i>n?-k startled. Kor
the liionieiit sh?- . oultl n. t
this man with the -: .
????iil'l be In t ? i?,. il;l,i
drawn I um wildly
pouring oui liis love.
In that liHinn nt ;i|v.? th?- door airain
opened, .-m?! Sister May. lookln
sii?- fall. re.I and stepfied back, the
beating ... her bean choking hi
"Stop, - l Kate, regaining her
*i ??ii nitist I??? Mr. Hamilton?"
"Y< he answetvd. auiasetl, i?-i?-.-is
'This frivolous little \??i<-.- was uot
that ?.f his lev.-. This uvorfrizxed
hair, these shallow eyes were not
beautiful at the secoud glant-e. What
bad he done?
"Are y??u not Miss Johnstone?"
"1<-s. Kat?- Johnst?
"K.-it.-V Ami is your sist.-i'"?
"IS she uot her?-'.--'
"V?'s." sai?l Kate, with :l smile.
ay here. I will fetch her."
"Why, May. you there?" sh?* whis?
pered, ??ii Unding her at the threshold
ami wonder!uk If sh. bad s*-?-n or
beard. "Here is Mr. Hamilton
"No. never! I will never s?-e hini!"
sin- panto?! I .et ween her heart beata
II?' baa back ??n
purpose for yon. and his eyes sre all
?y?-?-. and he ? ?.poets t.. see a pretty
jrirl like you!'' retorted May bitterly.
"Look her?'. May, don't 1??- a f?.ol! 4,??
in. II?- !:? waiting.*'
Bul Hamilton liad ali*eady grown Im
patient. The ?i?>?)i- open?*d, and be saw
"11?re she Is," 9ald K.-n?-.
"Ah!" he sal?].
B ter May l?.ok?'?l ?l??wn. trembling.
"Are you May Johnstone, my dear
nurse?" he asked, his voltee full of
tenderness and l??v ??
"Tea," she whl8*pei*e?d.
Kate had ?lisappeared: they were
"My darling, l have come for you."
"Hut you can see now':"
sh?* looked up recklessly, ami th??lr
*'Y?'s, thank God, 1 can see my love!"
Then sh?- auirren-dered herself.?
IliiuillliiK ?XII.I ?nil.ml?.
W'ln-n yon s?-?- an animal trainer per?
forming with ferocious beasU* you
111 : i > be Quite right If von Imagine the
man as a fearless master of them,
but if you think for an iiisiant that
there is n?> danger, y??u are wholly
?rrong. A trainer never confronts the
beasts and ?oinp.-ls tin-in tO <h? his
bidding bul be literally takes his life
In his ham's.
il.* is sn usi??i t?? the ?langer that bs
does not think o? it emcb ihn??, and be
hohis his mastery of them by s sort of
power that becomes habit soc??li?l nu
tiiiv. as it ??rare Just as bS ?'ills his
meals or performs i?th??r ?'onitnou em
4 ?f all animals, keepers say. tbs tiger
is ?the worst ami ni?>****> tronch ?tous It
is PCCCSBSrj to keep the ey?- ti\o<!
pretty constantly upon it. ?>r it may rs
\?>lt at any nionn'Ul. Th??ro i- only
one s???T?'t. if smii it can l??? calh??l, of
handling wild beasts, and thai is to
h<- brave and make them fear vou. If
they have the slightest cause t?> think
you tiini?i they will take advantage of
It instantly, and th??y are shrewd and
knowing In their way and constantly
?aratcblng for some moment of :i tem
porary f??iu'< ifnim-s ?u- timidity. Ht
1.ouis i H?be 1 >eiii?>? ral.
No? s,, Pactisai.
"She lias a ?-??mplc \ion like M tinteil
chins ?up "
"Ye-. Iff n beautiful mng." t'leve
TIM ELF BAIRN.
Aa I r-twii- ? itn,
ThroLi?li tl,, v. | r,
I rti? t a I- ?
A? I '
Base btbae <?
But that I
An<! ?? ?
II. - ?
I ?hi '
? BROKE Tl
\J Wlii.l. ?....Ht?, ihow Tassai llir V
OBfaalrtr-l Will Mill H? BrttlaS f\
tu.- I inn-? in in ? ?. n?lag ? ?-M V
Off the* navy <?t" hi- '
gunboat be look? ?I ?
.. th.* --! ?
liguano, that ha?! -
v.. long ami w.-ll f* ?
Vankee fleet. Th?
:.. and the
t >n th?* shore 11.?
i tin* v.
the formal 111
iteuant ? i
a stroke that w-ouM
able glory for bim
lion. He bad decided l?i
blockade and enter !;
his way Ihr?
of tin* enemy, to
ami torpedo boats uud er
.1?. a <1???*<1 thai would
11?* did not aspiro to the ?
Ink ing n i
tally, being sunk himself
t?*naiit Ordouei woul.i bav.- da ret? that,
t?>... for it would hav ?? i
roiis tiling to do, ami he i
airy. But that ripe ?? :?
! he had become a pro}
that, if we v?
never would give credit i ud his
m for their glorious I foi Spati
Ami. then, where s
! effect of his ent?
the fame of Spaiu wa -
The Lieutenant Ordon?
that In* ooul.l nerve th?
ami force the world's .
valor of his bind best 1?. _- l la
vana ami flashing tin* n? ? - arouud the
globe tlint a Spanish ws bad brok?
en the boasted blocks ? i thou.
my bravo ones!" cried
Honor and clgarott? -
? smiles await us! Ami : you see a
Vankee pi?,r boat, do not ... - t?te to let
me know in ample seas 11<
o?l ?'iithusiasth-allv .?n ],-.- i\ w, :.
any commander might Ih? proud t.?
have all old, white ba.r. d men, who
ha?! served in the Spanish uavj for
many, many years.
Intrepidity that was th an? e
of the Lieutenant Ord? J not In?
terfere with his sound jud^uieut. Care?
fully, though bravely, be steered along
the coast, and at ever-j sl*;ii off su
?>r sail e.n the hoiison he f? it I.
sponsihility for the care of hi? ship and
liie-n keenly enough t>? suppress his
natural desire for haul? and t.. lie
bidden In s snug harltor till night
made it safo i?> venture ? ?.. ugaiu.
And so making port wh? r? ver a ?h*
serted hav on or hay was ;.? Ih? found,
tin* little gunboat San Jago w
h.'i- way along the north coast o? Cuba
night after night, giving a wide berth
t.. harbors like Sagua Is and
Cardenas, where the eneuij might lie
in force, till at last, on the miduight
of the seventh day after <j| out
1 of their port, the brave -- ?mis crept
in Bight off their goal
Now there was Intense excltemoni
*?n the little? ship. The men lay down
by their guns ami whispered whal
they had to say to The
officers crowded together and strained
their ?'Vos through the gloom for the
dusky shapes of the tuierican ships
thai must be a ithiu a few m Ik
the in??st. Ami soft?} the engines
worked ami everj uioment th.*
loomed more plaint*. Still there was
ii?. sign of foenian. No pemil off wa\
ering, groping light was i?? be seen
anywhere ?>n the rolling s,*a te? betray
an American ship with her prying
It see-iiio.1 slOOOSt tOO u'oo.l tO be true,
and the Lieutenant Ortlonez and his
men began t<> suspee s trap They
tedotihleel their w a t. hf lilnoss. :uul
more than one sailor muttered a bur
ric.l piayer in w im1 provision for a
possible emergent-} when i??* might
not hav?? tiin?' to commend his soul to
bis patron samt But ? till there was
no -.iun of an enemy 's craft, ami finally
the ship <?pi'ii?'el ui> the entrance to
Havana harhor without having nie. a
Then an involuntary e\,*lamation m?
surprise came from the watching men
Havana was dazzling with Illumina
lions The waters off Hie l*a\ wore
bright a* day with the flashes of ?d?*.*
t?i?- lights ami from nil pttrts of the
I -.?-.< u ;; ,!in -?anadies tUad
??t!u*r aerial Bresrssrks were .?-mir In
alieafa of aaatni? Pot
????I at the Beetle in mut
: Ishment Then the Lb utenant Ordones
raiso.i his *. g i
tory! v*k*tory! Behold: This it is
why thers ?s no blockade! 1*1 ?
? |.?*.*n wi|i. ?1 from i Ik
they s,. polluted! '??y ! It is a
glorious ?lay for Spanish a
Loudly t! ? crew the
words, ami the gunlsoal San I
by th?* ?lark an l silent Morro and up
11,?* !?. ?.?
?:n?l tin* li.-ut.nant with ?is ..fh-.-rs
t?. learn th?? m
A? t be ;
; ; -
derable - ami
An.-;. lb? to a
lue clot :
th?* How only
selves ni ?;
Of t I
?III.' t.. I
old du? k 1 11
.:? ami t':.
In .. ;
unkindly, in a
atter of -
? rage :;!.?! :
about th.* prisoner.
But ?nally i
il to ma
.!??; real name unknown; .-.
name. Lieutenant Jos,* l'..i?p?eto y
donez; charge, Insai
?!.?? l..??';?- nant ? ? .
hustled rudely int.. a cell. 11,'
waited in the siimr I
too long X? w loi . r
I til- II.... f I IIIIU.l
Some cities of ? v
knows lay claim to i
mopolitan - Bui
population they .1?. uoi ????;. |?aro wl
vessel that steamed Into rhlladel]
the other ?lay
included In the list are i irks. Ax
ivniv ;a:is. Chileans
Pi 11 pi nos. Naturally uch a
glon any a
gunge is Us? .
guage. Au officer ?>i sel, w
is a tramp steamer, < u the
ar trade, by the way. told the s
terer about it.
??\\ e have only on?* Ian
hoard the boat iu time off eu
he declared, ?and that is w liai we i
the boot language It never i
Wln-n a Storni a any thing
happens to cause sp,*.* \y uci
part off the crew, the offi?
, ship dou'l try to talk. Th?
few mot ens with their hai
these dont suffice, they ??
i'?>ot laugua ks you i
uiie-ss. this |s* ?imply a soi i.s ,.f k
oui? kiek, well administered, her
whole ?n? y eloped ia w u h
; don't understand the language in w
the euey elope.Iia is printed, liud s
man get through But I've <
1 wondered what would happen ;<
'. ship ?f paralysis y>i the l?>v\er I
should happen to set iu a
officers." Philadelphia I lit]uirer.
Lit lieu rum?* a ? Iihii.t.
M ?..'.i! wol S j i il a
y <t ami iitul yourself fa mou
?*|ff I could believe tl . : I'd .
bed uud staj Ibero ai.
l>o?**? Not li.s.|?lr,- ? ., n l! ii .-n.-?
to ;s a! w ;, *. r less pe
ii a e t.-14 11 ,i to ?'\p,*!t lest i
v. h,*:i it Ircglns : ? t.,
of ' ? ?? ?? than . . ? ??? syllable
It Didn't MHttrr.
A rrlnlT <>b! farim-r v\it!i a l?jii?i
v??i<?)- ?<>t h at a it Ion and
aralked ?town for a
friendly face or a kindly pye, but not
seeing any be asked t!
l??-)kit oo the mr I
so, i?)it with a mann? r I
the oi?i man a
welcome. The old fi <l t..
talk, ami trb-.l in evetrj
m .-..ii .. but
th?- through paasenger w? i 'uiv.
none ?.f it. I le turned h -
th? farmer au?! b
with a boret] expr
i . a
t<> ?lravv him ? '
's meat. I?
w -11. ;
"Well, 111 m
-i.? ii v. . . . I .11.
I? ?X .i- II?vaya it :? i
\? .11 sa v t.. :
<?u?* ?.u in.? Mirai?.?'
uiounte-tl t! of a
??!? was .
actor, xv :
: ?inllv . ami .
tance that thej i-.i: ud of
1 theu ? .i man
ru.- relier xx onliln'i l >ll.
Mrs. l?-.-.?\\ i. ? I ill of
I let a
Mrs Smith Yes
ridiculou** ill ;i "toll
He won't tell
auything. I ?ther day
ho?? much luoiiej
? Complex ? .... - . am.
...line of iln- H
j at .s m k? The l?'t
w h ich ? i ?mar
are used in s<\ ,
Hi? < ?xi u ( ? i |?:i i I
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in any i ni?r auvl'i.ly 11- was such :l
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