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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 24 January 1900

o wi wig simm im o % ^ ^ \ & OQ& m ^ Ladies' Capes. 75 Cts.: Foi-mer Price, o s?. Il B T T K R O M S S, ?I.y .; Fornu-r l'ri,.-, ?, <?, Ladies" 0 cts from $1.50 up. Etc Etc ..??,??^'^?^^l:'l^.",'K;'?',-^??'?-:;T('' sfa?t?" '?'".' . '"'*?'"-' H BMH M.,?.v la .O?, .....k.-, LOUIS SCHEUER, Berryv?l ad Front Royal. Virginia. yfOODSSEEDs k THE LARGtST SEED HOUSE IN TMC SOUTH Wood's Seeds ?s^&taa ami havcacliieve<l the liighestrepututinn fe?r ?pudity, productiveness an?l adapta? bility to our Southern soil and climate. THE NEW CENTURY ISSUE OF WOOD'S DESCRIPTIVE CATAIOQUE is ?folly abreast <?f the tiim-s, and gives the fullest infor? mation ul'out all Seeds For Southern Planting. It hhoul.l ?bo in tli?> hands of ail who plant seeds, an?! SrC will msil it free upon re? ? ij.t of postal r?-.pi' T. W. WOOD & SONS, Seedsmen, RICHMOND, ? VIR6INIA. BERRYVILLE FURNITURE PARLORS. S i?o.?i:- ????i ru H Wk i i \i:k i LVE?Y THING Nl,W AND UP-TO-DATE. Y??n ?itn a! ?11 time...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 24 January 1900

CLARKE COURIER WEDNESDAY, JAN. '-M. li?o<>. A CLOSE FRIEND OF WASHINGTON. The Revolutionary Patriot and Statesman, Lieut -Ool. Thomas Blackburn, of the 8*econd Vir? ginia Continental Regiment of Infantry. , r-altiniore Aiuer; To the Kditor of The American:? Your recent account of the funeral of Ceorge Washingtou. full a? it was, omitted mention of one who held a conspicuous position in the procession which accompanied the remains from lit, Veruou down the hill to the vault, ou the banks of the Potomac. 1 refer to Colonel Thomas Blackburn, of Kipou Lodge, Prince William county, Ya. In the official account drawn up at the time by Mr. Tobias Lear. Washington's secretary and su? perintendent of his estate, and which has always served as the authority upon this event, it is said that 4'Col. Blackburn preceded thecorpse." [See Sparks' History of Washingtou. ] Col. Blackburn was so well known that it was not thought necessary to give his Christian name. A few details with regard to t...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 31 January 1900

The Clarke Courier vol. xxxi. Berryville, va., Wednesday, January 31, 1900. No. 50. rHB CaLARKK O ?UKIEit. loi; .V?-.siv ??1- ALL KINDS ,>sri;u.N. >\\a: hills. ?lutl 'LA l;.s. ?\RDS, BLANKS, .v. .. 4c. ;tr?l pr?nn|.ii\ ? i u? .tlvand atfair ?rice**. I -**.it?i; ?\ <???!i\ f,,rapoa ' v r ? : JOHN OC OVO ? d ? - (aaM v sa - Marshall M?'.,ri.ii. Vi III! ' -,.,.. W . VI ir?hall Met! >rini?k & ?Son. ?A. i..\'f'?rm. erahipto pmr-tiee v kll busiaesa ? ??'?? ?*??? v.- |ai ?ntpi .-u i'.,n ? ?i.? -??n Chnr t. ? in Omui bonis W. V. Lewis, - ; -? v. \ . \ ?-I, \r$fm BERRY VILLE, \ i. i.l t?. any buaiii? - - corumit .i vit tii.* ??.??!rt-? .i ? ?..irk? and adjoining irai attention iriren ??? i*?dlet Il ? 'li?|r,i. iT\\ pp<> I.V. ?-Klas Oook, ?Tr.. ?^ | ?|U!lM V. \ II. \ \V. W.YT ROYAL. VA.. .;?:>! i ..*.. bus urnitted t, ;it ? <nirt ,>t l'liirki- '-?.iinty. ? ri - tni'L J. G. Moore, nillVF.Y- ATI. \W. 7,/.' ?'\ ILLK, I ./. . tice in the ooturta ol ?'lar-.- Kr?*<...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 31 January 1900

CLARKE COURIER JOHN O. CROWN. ?editor and Proprietoi W tfDNKSDAY, .IAN. 31, LMM. Miniater Corea, of Nicaragua, has had an interview with the chairman of both the House aud Senate com* tnitteea which have reported the bill for the Nicaragua^ Canal, and has pointed out to them that the bill, as drawn, rsiU undoubtedly arouse an opposition in Nicaragua which may render its provisions inoperative. Mr. Corea wants the language modified. For instance, the bille direct the President to "acquire" the territory necessary, and to "erect fortification*?." The constitutions of both Nicaragua and Costa Rico absolutely forbid the alienation of any of the national ter? ritory, while the proposition to fortify without consideratiou for the feelings of the two states, would naturally cause trouble. Minister Corea ad? vises that the words be changed to authorize the President to "obtain permission" to build the canal, and to make no reference to fortifications at present. These will be expected, as a...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 31 January 1900

?S O Cents Heavy MtSI.IN, pure- UNEN Bosomsand \V aiatband, Reinforced BACK, and FRONT Pelted SEAMS, I'at.-nt Collarband, Cut! Full. ALL SIZES, worth 75c, ?ur Price only 50 Cents. THE?I IRE 0TBBR8, HI r OITH M H O EC -|- BARQAINa L K A I) S | || j; m A ,4 , If You Need SHOES Come and See Us. LOUIS SCHEUER, Berryville and Front Royal. Virginia. Kobb?d ?>t Ntmrly # 1 .OOO \lt. .1 ? *l ? 11 \\. Hummer, a v\?-ii to ,i . farmer residing on the Bine Kidge hum . ?' M t Air?, ?*.?,?? robbexi lost ,'h.iiB.Vv itighl of a bag that contain? Mr. iliimnni. it .m ?pears, has ? ????' much fuit h in basks i ??!?* ?l?*p? -nor? f??r his money, M-i.l .-??us. .|ii?'i?tl_v carrier! all hits tush with him m a ??anvans shot bag. Thir.sd:!? night he was at the home neighbor. Mr. Win. H u miner. ?? lilSO were prt-sent a iiuuiht-t of .???isotis living tiearli?. nuil sfter ling a short while in trouveras Mr. Hummer took fr?>rn hin -??: his bsg ??f moues and ?eiyin discreetly emptie?l same upon atahl?, Mj...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 31 January 1900

CU RKE COURIER Wr.HNKSl) \Y. ,1AX. 31, 1900. THE BRITISH AND THE BOERS Contlnnod from Pag-e 1. ry covering a million square miles have an absolute right to forbid the entrance of any other men upon that territory. I recognize no such right. I deny the right of the Boers, or of any other ..O.oon people, white, black, or red, to map out even 100,000 expiare miles and to forbid all the rest of the human race to enter the country, except on condition of be? coming their serfs. 8. It is said that the Boers must be fighting for their freedom, or their right ?to self government, because, although there is not the slightest pretense that anybody wants to de? prive them of either of these, they are, nevertheless, fighting so valiantly. But all history shows that men will fight more desperately for the priv ilige of enslaving others than they will even for their own liberty. There is nothing which the average man loves so much as the power to tyraunize over somebody below him. His owu liberty...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 7 February 1900

The Clarke Courier. Vol. xxxi. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, February 7, 1900. No. 51. -ff S CL i.vM'. COI .1ER. > I ? -'I ??.?. rv.?h.x ' ? L_K iillJ.s. i ? L?!. . BL?ANKJo, ,v?-., Ac. 'lv ami atf-ir ? ? .. ? ?>. | mino I.? paid forupon . rv . RJtfi taURIER JO Tli ?. v, lie ?t ? ?-.. \|ir*li?!l MiCiTinirk il .11 M ? ..rinuk. Marshall McUormick & Son. \\ '?? juM' f??rni laffShlpto p-t.in. a ?all Iniainssa Iv? prompt at ?ii. ? ?r. ? bur? h - ' in ? 'ourt h mi*** v7. T. Lewis, , i -, ?i;\t:v- vim *? \\ . BERRYVILI.E, v.\. . , i.i t.. any tmainea? committed to irta of Clarke nul adjoining ?ial attent t.||a?t> ? ? ly. les Cook* Jr., , ; ? il'\KY-\TI,\\V. >o.YT ROYAL, V.l.. baainsm committed t?> ?lit ?"ourt ??f Clark?-?'??unty. ciin'L J. C. Moore, rroitvuYATi.vw, BERR Y, ILLE, \ ./. u-tir?- in the eoarts of Clarke, '.?*re?J ? irri-ii an?! I.ouilnim count!? | > Courl "f Appeals <>t the s*.?te, as i the C 8 < onti al Harrisoabe Dr. G. H. Oliver. I \h.a ritf, HE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 7 February 1900

OARKEOOimiER JOHN O. CROWN, Cdltor and Proprietot. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 7, 190?T~ Ths Department of Agriculture re? ports that ths agricultural products exported from the United States dur? ing ths fis? years, 1894-1898, had an average annual relue of $663,536,201. Of these enormous exports, about 50 per cent, found a markst in ths Unit? ed Kingdom and its various depen? dencies. The sum paid by ths Brit? ish people for the American farm produce purchased during the period mentioned, reached as high as $403, a?.r?3,658 a year. In the fire years un? der consideration, the United King? dom alone took more than one-half of all onr agricultural exports, the consignments baring an average an? nual value of $362,407,701. Germa? ny, which ranks next to the United Kingdom as a market for the pro? ducts of American agriculture, re? ceived about 13 per cent, of the ex? ports for 1894-1898, the average yearly value amounting to $86,320, 274. Francs, with purchases thst averaged $43,988,791 a year, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 7 February 1900

DONT SHIVER ?nd SHAKE And try to worry al<m<? through the Winter with iusut??eient .-.?T lm O T H I N <*V. j The coldest wrathor is still to eome. We have everything you need to keep warm in this line and sold at pri?es that are out of pr ?portion to real valut m Do.vT DELAY. BUY NOW. LOUIS SCHEUER, j BerryviUe and Front Royal, Virginia. ? mmmmmmimmmmjmmwmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmamm U/nAfrC ???faC. ****** largely U.*?ed in \ ? SBW-f-V J f/!We>ff "??U * dWUO every Southern State f ^ FT'AT I I ) Oaski jt^Oj and have achieved the highestreputatinn ? m m I'll m?mmAmm?% *? *\ * 1*1 for quality, prcxluctiveneaB an?l adapta- a ? | V-aBM ?>v7?-r ** S?BOktaS^ J bility to our Southern ?oil und eliuiute. f ^ Sal? * *?-*?? THI SEW CENTURY ISSUE OF WOODS ' j ?Jsjfiojia^ ?? DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE in fully abreast $ ? - ???t^lJlj'VaO^O^^8 of the time?, and gives the fullest iuf??r- J "^ ?^V?^ybojp>9FV*j mation ahout all > T '^lej?a'^^? Seeds For Southern Planting. A la^^|^.ls^^^9^1^R|^...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 7 February 1900

CLARKE COURIER WKI'NJ?DAY. FER ?, 1900. IT IS VERY COMFOWTIN Ft Is *W} -sc't* - was?? TT, ? bssir U ascua tbaa BaS taa erom t***>t la ??-?or ?*toj tat??-?* ?xoo? a* WhUa> **oo "Mj ?Vor. it S>?a?7 jroa? j*oo b*r? jroaj a-roar taaa ta Uw ?Vira Bar." T' - - a Jf ar *?*j- StaSB Aae roo tbiaa U all yoo? tSS? Taa aaoor board a ra?o?rt?*r ?avert* of Baa ta* i*aaiBi|ii a*Ba To root- ?Baa ?M Butta ?tyea. ?*oa ktaa tb? a-eetl* bfatx, atill ?rbita too try to taU b**r bo-ar Too *a**-*j?ai ttct* tWo?It**?? bar aoo*. Bo* Mata a*?? >' tb* ?*ro?r**a ?a-iXI roan s For <oa* taoa tber?* eota-ato to too Tttaa mi abo'a a*co* taro-ifb aaat *feora*> o*ttbe?ot a ? *?*?? tor ?osar aaaa. Too ran oaJr bow roor bead St Ufe? krvta taiar* Bac*? taud. Wail* roor poor oM boart ?rill oalj atea* aatd Bot ata? Imowo wbat tula 700 l tata. And ab? 11 ton j-*s*s aa*alXa. W*atk> roo taaoj- bar a*a*ot:*r ?bis?**?*., raraot ar*? loo?, -US? Taaa broaaa*st taw?*? botpoa tbaa ftaara, W? aar? kraosra asor?...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 14 February 1900

?S.' ' - ?- ---? The Clarke Courier. Vol. xxxi. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, February 14, 1900. No. 52. rHB CLARICE COURIER. JOR WUmXm <>r ALL KINIi.n 1 .?.?STK1.S. H \LL KILLS. (3|__t I I.AI{\ ?\1*|)S, ULWK-. 4c. Ac. \?vute?l pr??mptly ami neatly and at fair . ri< ? _?7*JOP. \\ OHK must h.**?ai?l for upon \ ?TV. THE CLARK] JOHN O. C:'UW tw ..f ? " ? T?-*i' * Marshall IM'??nui? k II II. M-? ?.rtni? k. Marshall McCormi?k __ Son. tt/? hav?? formeo .. MI-BB-BS?S t<> pra?-ti?*?* v VU l.iisiiiei?*. ?ill leesivs prompt at? ?n. i^ri? ? ?On ?"hnr.h St . |? Court honst? ...i W. T. Lewis, 4 tt<>kni:y-vt-i.\w. BKKKYVILLK, VA, a ill ati. ttl t<? any _S_-BBBBi onmmitted to hitnin th?* ????trts of Clarke an?! adjoining ???iinti?** Sp-_cial attfiition i/iven t?. ????llt**t ?ion?. <>tn?-e ?a ?'h'in-h ??tro*??!, nearly <>p|M> -it?* th- itail. r?bfl ly. G-iles Oook, Jr., ? TTOKNKY-*.T-l,.\W. FROJfT ROYAL, VA., ?itteml t.? any business ommitted to m :n lh? l'ircni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 14 February 1900

aARKE?URI_-R) JOHN o CROWN, Editor and Proprtetoi 1 TONESDAY. FEB. 14, 1900. A poll of tbe ?Senate show, that over two-thirds of that body will vote to ratify tbe Hay-Pannoefote treaty as it stands. Secretary Hay has giv? en notice that any attempt to amend will not be ?acceptable to Great Bri? tain and would be fatal to its exis? tence. If the Clsyton-Bulwer treaty still lives, and Mr. Hay has formally admitted that it does, it is not possi? ble for tbe United States to abrogate or amend it without the consent of Orest Britain or without breaking its pledged word. That is to say, it is impossible for the United States to build the canal without Britain's con? sent or without breaking its word, and if Mr. Hay is right, and O rest Britsin will not grant any other terms than those in the new treaty, we shall have to accept them or abandon the canal, or break our word. There is. however, nothing to prevent our breaking our word, except honor or fear of retaliation, if we choose to do s...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 14 February 1900

a*4pI'?ll|? ?OOO MERCHANT TAILORING* < loi li inir made to Order of Kvery Inscription. We guarantee perfect letting?, ?tvliwli, I>r?NNy Garments,at Mod? ?ralo I*ric?OH. GIVE I'S A CALL. Berryville and Front Royal, Virginia. Wood's "Trade Mark Brand" of GRASS?* CLOVER SEEDS ARE the very best that can be obtained, and customers ordering s.irrn* can always depend on securing as ^ure seeds and of .'?.*?. hi^h a germinativo percentage as it is | ible to produce. This brand is only s<nt out under seal, and with a red label or tag on same. Fsll isfonastion in our Descriptive Catalosuo of Garden and Farai Sssds, which will bs ?aliad trss sn app Ikatioa. Writ? for it asd prices of any Setds required T. W. WOOD & SONS, Seedsmen, Richmond, Va. THE LARGEST SECO HOUSE IN THE SOUTH. CLARKE COURIER WKDNB8DAY, PER 14, 1900. i_oo_^3__ isr_G*,wrs BE ?"' ?? ?|i TO Y< H IvSKI.F^an?! ?rood t?. yourfrieinls YVh?u you treat a friend t.. whiskey. friVB him the best HARPEH \N hiskey is the b...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 14 February 1900

CLARKE COURIER WFONESDAY, FKB. t?ij 1900. THE BRITISH AND THE BOERS ?NTINl KD KH??M PAGE 1. ('OverT-ment ??as determined not to abandon its pretension to suzerainty over the Transvaal, and was prepar? ed to make war with the South Afri? can Republic over thst issus. For the British it is clsimed by Karl (?rey thst 'the demsnds pre? sented by Sir Alfred Milner. as the minimum of whst be would recom? mend the (?utlanders to sccept. were regsrded as most reasonable and just, and ae erring, they erred at all, on the side of moderation." He col tends that "repeated and dishonest attempts were msde by President Krueer to throw dost in the eyes of the pnblic by offering illosiory con? cessions, and although the British negotiators persevered to the end in their effort?? to reach a settlement which might be regarded as a fair compromise between the pr?tentions of the Boers and the claims of the .tlandere, it was realized at length that their task from the first hai been hopeler?. Negotistio...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 21 February 1900

The Clarke Courier. Vol. xxxii. Berryville, Va., Wednesday. February 21, 1900. No. l. THE CLARKE COURIER. Mil. Wo.iiv OK All M\D.n - ? ', in ?'??sTlilo. s \LK HILLS, Citt-Ul I.AUS. .'VKD.^. KL.\\K>. S.C..&C. . xecute?! promptly atitl n.a'lvand at fair :?ri< ? ?#-.l<H. UOl'K mu?t b, {>:,id for upon ! ? 1?*!? ver;.. THK CLAR1- OCR; JOHN O CROWN, Tafl I tw.. ?i..1 :.t.r^ ? I ? J year - Marshall M?*<,??n?ii?k II 11 M. ? ..rmi.k. Marshall McCormiok tt Son. ?Va bSVe form?*?, a ii >.rtm*i>|iip t.. p: .nW- Ail buaineas .. i.l were |>r.?in|.f at. ?.?Iltioll. ? rtra -On Charrh Si in ?ou?t bonne W. T. Lewis, t. rroit\KY-\T.i. wv. BERRTVTLLE, va. ni. ni to any baaanem eoaasaitlsd t?> < Ina in Um ?soara. of Clarke and adjoining .(.tint> lei attention adran t.? eullec ?ion? Oflloa <?n I'hurch ?ttr???>*t. rwarlv op]?. iti??h.*jail t.l? ? 1 v Giles Cook. ,Tr.. I TT<mNKY\TI.\W, FKO.YT ROYAL, l'A., ittead to any buain?****?* eoasssHted t<? 1 i m the ?'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 21 February 1900

CLARKE COURIER JOHN O. CROWN, ?-dltor and Froprietoi. ft .- i?\KSl>AY. KKB. 21, 1900. TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS During the past two months accounts amounting to $800 have been sent to subscribers of the Courier, whose sub? scriptions are in arrears. Of this sum only 5150 has been paid. We now ask those who have received a statement of their indebtedness to the Courier and have not paid same, to try to make some ar? rangement for settling the ac? count. The administratrix of the estate of the late editor of this paper is under bond to see that all claims due the said estate are paid, and will be compelled to place all un? settled accounts in the hands of an officer for collection, as required of her by law, ifthey are not piid at an early date. This step will be equally as unpleasant to us at it will be to other parties concerned, and it is hoped that all en debted to the Courier will come forward and settle, and avoid forced payments. The President has agreed to sign the bill imposiug a...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 21 February 1900

HOWARD ALPINE. Mpiiiijr looo H ATM of Every Shape, Shade, Size and PRICKS. SHOE N?-We offer special VALUES in all kinds of S H O B S for Men. Women, ?Boya and Children, of the l>est makes only. Wc can save yon money hi purchasing your footwear here. LOUIS SCHEUER, Berryville and Front Royal. Virginia. Wood's "Trade Mark Brand" of GRASS ^CLOVER SEEDS ARK the very best that c\n bv obtained, and customers or Jering same can always depend on securing as pure seeds and of as high a germinattve percentage as it is possible to produce. This brand is only sent out under seal, and with a red label or tag on same. Fall tafomaiio?-. ia our Descriptiva Catalogua of Gardea and Fan? t?__S, wMch ?rttl bo a-Bllad frs? sa applicatio?. Writ? for H aad pHc?s of aay teeSs rom?ro?. T. W. WOOD & SONS, Seedsmen, Richmond, Va. THE LARGEST SECO HOUSE IN THE SOUTH. BERRYVILLE FURNITURE PARLORS. (9 ?MiiM's -Ol'TH BANK CLAEEE ?'<? ) i. VERY THING- NLW AND UP-TO-DATE. You ran at ?ill iini?*s ir?-t v-s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 21 February 1900

CLA RKE COURIER WEDNESDAY, FKB. 21, 19O0. Written bv a Confederate Veteran, of Winchester, Vs., | who was a member of (.'apt. Thompson's Battery?, when Riddleberger wished to repudiate the Sute debt. Yir?.im\. "Mot lier ?of ?Stet?*' arul ?tatemen aa? W _<<**? w rk?* shall live in every a-re: I>et n??t thy bright ??** ut< heon be ?oupled with ?lishoi ? L?*t not thy r<*<*ord. pure and proud. lie i?had?.wH l.y dishonor's ci Nor let the glory of thy name He linke?! with w??rd or thought of sham.' Wim ,n t'l?- ? ountry *? ?lark?~?t h?ur. When st rugid? ng ~ith theoppr?p?*?>r's power. Her hreast more r.-ady t-> lay bare. I ru?*et the mighty ?h'M k of BTSB ' An?! for tne country s common good. Whoa?' sons SBOBS pea? tous with their hi.*?! Nor?ountry str^nirth nor life in vain. If given in their <*?>untry'*- nam?* always at their (-?tie door. \ ? ? ar their cottage poor. their friends and own. -een th?--.r smile <?r heanl their gr?**??. Hut when their brothe...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 28 February 1900

1 ? ? ? . The Clarke Courier. Vol. xxxii. Berryville, Va., Wednesday. February 28, 1900. No. 2 rriBCLA .ihr. '*' - 'I ALI. h,NUs ' *?*.?i ???Ll>. I ? i.AiiS. VBD-5, BLANKS. ?te, Ac. <ecutr.i pro?npti\ and nc.itly and at fair *_T ?YORK must in naid for upon .1 ver\ ?_______-??-? ? ' i ?? ? ?? ? m THKCLXRK R jo : o tw< - ? ?rear ?>r Marshall M?< '.?nui? k H 11 V? < ??rinick Marshall McCormi?k <t Son. We have form- ihiptei pra.tne ..% All >1n__?bsi osiva ptwapl at ?. tiiion. > hck-Oii l'Ini? h >t , in ?ourt house W. T. Lewis, y TTOltXNY- \ T-l.AYV. BBRRTVIU-E. Va ?ill alt ??l to any _B_B_t??i QOB?inllt?d to mi in the courts ,,f I'larke und ii<1i<>iiiiiig . untie* .-?|K?ial attention i/iveii to ?-oll?*c Mii?. Ott!??- on ?horch ?Ureet. n?*:irly oppo '-?? i-iil ' ty. Giles Cook, Jr., *? rfORMBV-A-Vl_AW, FROJTT ROYAL. I :?/.. ?tt?-ud t?? uns B*nBb_aaB eesasasltad to In tin Circuit ''ourt of <"lark?? county. prit?1 Sam,l. J. C. Moore, 1 l ITDUXKY-AT...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 28 February 1900

CLARKE ?COCKIER JOHN O CROWN, *"Cditor ?nd Proprletot. ?> r.i?\K**i)AY, F KB. 28. 1900. The Democratic ?Convention The determinstion of theNstionsl Democratic Committee to bold the contention on July 4th instead of on M?y '.?th was a triompb for the con- ! servative element of the psrty. The ' Populist element wanted the conven? tion held simultaneously with tbe Popnlist convention in order that both conventions might nominate. the same ticket on tbe same day. ' Vigorous speeche*? were made in sup ' port of this proposition, fortified with tbe argument that tbe Democrats < ought to jump into tbe fray at tbe earliest possible moment with a pro? test against trusts, in order tosotici- ' pate any declarations thst the Re? publican convention might make on thst subject. Hut a few strong words from Senator Gorman were sufficient to blow these straw arguments sway, and the committee decided to bold its convention after tbe Populist convention and tbe Republican con? vention hsve bee...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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