ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Clarke Courier Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 2,434 items from Clarke Courier, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
2,434 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 5 December 1900

BOYS and CHILDREN'S SUITS and OVERCOATS Oat Assortment r.pre.enis ?^aht>> , ? aQ<l >iy)^ M ???tl?K?sXviM,illtlen.irliof|i|1 KxHmin?tinn lort L^S?? CtQAKS A?O {gg "*Mi;'' .'??"?.'.m ? imshi snd ? ana? has ??* rapidl? ?Vaha* mleesl.*fl ve? ii la this . Berry rill- a?ld Frout Royal< Virginia. One Dollar's Worth of Goods Guaranteed to be Given for One H u ndred Cents. ^itV'n/ :;t^,!-lh-?-t* But. e?i .how von J Staple Dry Goods and Notions,1 I NDKKW BAR for mee, snH nnr Nfi-snaa union Boiti si otmtsaa Extra Bargain; Mee iin.lRnysitil.otliShirt-aii.il.- ? ' " llena aad Boys* Pants Msa C?m gire eon some Rar gains in th.??-.?' (to **?** H' ,;""k M,! ?nd Combination Shear? an?l Buck, ?50 cts. to 91.00, ' 8p??' Usa called to our Miss... Hoes, and Bovs' Doable Kail U?.se af l.l t?. J< ' R-a.lv made Shaata tad Pillow Ci ?.,. Balte, LO cU -the old pnce, n.itwithstin l.nn the big advance ia Raw C BOOTS and NHOE? 1 l,v ,r" in s* i stock of Shoea u u? Qual ??J? Wearing Pi le and n...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 5 December 1900

leeo i9oo 3M1TH <Sr BAKER .*. Dealers in Grain, Hav and Straw .'. ER SAPLING CLOVER, CLOVER and TIMOTHY SEEDS. WANTED 900,000 LB8, \VOOL.. r 'i: ?vu O?er SPRING FERTILIZERS for , . . Corn. Oats and Gardens , . . ! 58 ALSO, i I T. Terms for Coal: Cash or Produce. K- Y MARK FT ! SMITH & BAKER. Millers' Agents. Cheapest o n Earth Has all % modern Cheapei Than Cast Stoves Bet fer Than Any IStc: ?JeT - 3S Than HALF the IM - - * SOTI" - Berryville Furniture Store. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS ? Contractors and Builders, Steam Planing and Saw Mill Sash.. Doors. Blinds, Mantles Plasteine Lath, - Grisi >Iill stiicl Ooni Cruwlier. THOMPSON &OGDEN, ? C. BLENCOWE. B *p n DE M DRUGS, PatentMedicines Toilet - Articles, Oils. Paints. Window - Glass. Etc.. Etc.. Etc. All Goods Fresh, of Best Quality and Sold at Lowest Prices LOCAL and < I IM ?TIC CATARRH C :i fit i-i-li TIN - COLD "? HEAD - - W. H. ELWELL. Hariiesi-i >I?ftl*-?;*'i' Saddles, Collars, Whips, Lap Robes, Etc. I hs :. Wi...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 12 December 1900

I he Clarke Courier. 70L XXXII. BERRYVILLE, VA., WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1900. NO. 42 I , *> ! ?. H ' VVsi . KR. \ h ' i nr m THKCLARKK COrR?KR JOHN O CROWN. ran awn Pk??i?riki"??k TH' IM hlishe? HT ?'?RTS. I m r whan aol i'i??i m adv? tria h irjr???i. BTSTantra will b ?ttherat? as - atol Fifl?i ? - AT THE STAR ? shok '-, ?=: ti i.. ?-?;? :i<?.? KltlM I . ?\ .? .:!. J? ! , ? ?III I .1II I II.. I'nll v*'?? ?????? - THE STAR SHOE HOUSE, H AIN Kl - I. Il H M ??illdii MCGOI .?il?K (V r uiN?? f??i :n mil hnsii es? hol.??. W. T. Lewis. v rnmvKV. \ri..\w . 1YVI1 LE, \ .?? ??! t" an] iiiin ii? the cour) itiinile? >pi? i ? 'hurrh ??? n upprv ? it?? th. Jail l.\ x'1. J. C. Moore, % ?. I .?UN? Y \ I -I. \\1 . 7-,*)*l ILLE, I A. i h.? .- m i ii? V. S ? nurl ?t II ai Dr. G-. H. Oliver. 1> i SIDKNT l?v:\i i*? I t Irma C:: 01 ::? i Hol M -M \ M Ni l I" M .1 I' M t ?' M i ? i : i: i:\ vn.i i . va Digests what you eart: ! | am . San ? ; siaai ? lleari burn. Flatui ba,OastralKl ' ail o? ?...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 12 December 1900

a A RKE COURIER JOHN O CROWN. ?Sditor sad Proprietor. 'AY. Dl None will acense Bishop Potter of Ne?r York, of being an idealist and dreamer, unacquainted with the wsys of the world. He is a practical man of affairs aa well as a theologian. When he declares commercialism to be the bane of American life he is not expressing the views of a theor? ist, but of one who thinks be knows by expert-see and by observation, whereof be speaks. In an address before the Church CInb of New Hav? en on Thursday evening last Bishop Potter spoke with unususl frankness about the evils which menace tbia nation. "It seems to me,'* he said, "tbst the moral sense of the Ameri? can people is being deteriorated and aaten away, and our individual char? acter and national life are being threatened.** one dominant! danger, which expresses itself from one end of the land to the other in the Bishop's opinion, the 'v of pain." "Touch what member you will in the great body politic," be :ed, **ani yo:; will 6nd the q...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 12 December 1900

Gifts of Comfort Suits, Overcoats, Ladies' Cloaks, Ladies' Capes, ?^ . Etc., Etc. DEPENDABLE GOODS CORRECT IN ALL THE DETAILS OF STYLE Our Prices are Less than those of others for inferior Goods. Berry ville and Front Royal. Virginia. One Dollar's Worth of Goods Guarar d to be Given for One Hundred Cents. 1 Traxh) Stuff, No fton I hand Bnl Staple Dry Goods and Notions, ? * ?tont..rt ~. Blanket? and White? Quilt*; Kx<?li*-tn Lin< ?NDERWEA K 1 ; 1.i l."~ and ;ain; Men and Boys in 1m.th Shirt? ind Draw Men ni?! DO, M Double Knil 15 to 20 :. | !{<><>!><*? mu? ^iHOIvS I als |.? ?>u;tl W leal i an with lit" i.. ible It?- and l'ii.. i ;? for Wim? i !1 Shoe, Prie* FLOWER I i" LO inches, ai pri?^?* you cannot W i -?l i i n >^ Pob adry any dm tnn.-v (ranal m??. >r 1 doi Lot* ll re ? 11. I>. H A St 1> K S T V ATTENTION - A T - J. D. W|LLt-YS Jiiltn? S?5M1 V??t IAN IKT aNYI'INX?. VOI WANT IN Watches. Chains, Charms, Rings. Brooches. Pins. Buttons. Bracelet...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 12 December 1900

Ruasjla'a Plug rasase Much hsa been written about the ?yellow peril" which it euppoeed by some writera to threaten Europe. Lit? tle or nothing haa been asid about the peril which more imminently threatens West Europe, the invsaion of the Slav. It ia now aonounced that the Russian Empire has a population of 130,000,000. Forty years ago that Empire had a population of but ?,"?, 000,000, 60 that the rate of increase of Russian population bas not fallen ? ao very far behind that of the United j States. In the past decade, it is prob- l able that Russians have increased, J proportionately, as fast ae Americans, i Of tfjis vast horde under the govern? or tit of the Czar, 73 per cent is Slav, and Russians proper number S0,000, 000. Russia has more than twice the population of Germany and four times that of Great Britain. Unlike the Chinese, the Russians arc a strong, vigorous, growing race of people. At present they have aa virile a literature as any nation in the world. They are deficient...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 19 December 1900

araB***--aTaBr?>->an?B*a " " - *^ The Clarke Courier VOL. XXXII. BERRYVILLE, Va.. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 19, 1QQ0. NO. 43 ee-^-ememme^s^Bm^m^^emmmmmmmmm IKECLARKK COURIER. iu? wo::i; ?>K all kind***? *? ? .1 Af* ; ->S: .-ALK DILL8, ?.{JULAhS. :k'?0*. iU?ANKS, Ac, Ac. ? tecoted pro.n*?t!y an?! n -?flyaad atfair ?*,-icas. -aT*.!?''. ?*? ? .?'?'al mo?? ??? pail f.>rupj-a ? rrv. Li . , ' I ?THE CLARKE COURIER. JOHK O. CROWN, P rROKKIKTOk Tl H is publivbe? ?reekly ?t <i\r I ?tt Cairr?, I ?An .in a ?i vanee ? dollar? ?ill be i n \*ariaBl~ ? bur?.:? <? ?t tbe rate ?ara - and Kifty ? i ?tif b?lf I rear or y#?ar at 'e-*? ra. AT THE STAR! WIH-'HSSiBli'S Moticxn and Piogrtiss've SHOE STORE. ,^ n-Gr?>dr? nb?a*ar? t rJiJciitlanairu, La ?jir?, l'".V-. YaaBih?, "UBBe? SM?I ChiWfBO. % H*? watajli th?* '?.-r?., ! aa.ri-1 keep all th? Late ?"?tyla?. Our Fall Mue i? ??w ? '?..?>; phHe OBI! ",l n*" and 1?' .'(.'UuurdiMif We can abuw yon tb? R*,lut ?huig in B?t? THE STAR SHOE HOU...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 19 December 1900

? J . ._?J?B-J_ CLARKE COCREER JOHN O. CBOvTrl. Editor and Proprievot. v? r.ii.S'ESDAY, DEO. 19, 1900. The New York Evening Poat saja that Mr. Bou tel Ta ?caso appeals to public aympathy, but that it does not warrant auch injuctic* to others me will be involved in the passage of the pending bill provided for bit re? tirement oo a naval captain's pay. 44A ?captain in the navy who goes on tne retired lisL" the Post proceeda, receives for the rest of bia life one half or t bree quarters of the aea par ($3,500) of bis rank, and the placing upon this list of a man from civil life would mean tbat be would be put upon the same plane with the man who has been serving steadily in the navj since the Mains Congress man left it, nearly thirty-five years ago. Thia would be a gross outrage io itself, and pernicious as a prece? dent A private pension act in Mr. Boutelle's behalf would at least not involve such injustice to others. But in truth bia case is not one for Con? gressional legislation at...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 19 December 1900

*+*^****AmmAA*0A%wmmmmammOMOA1WmM ? comb to uW? WE ABE PREPARED TC MEET YOU* WISHES WITH CHOIOKFUL. SUBSTANTIAL. BENEFIT I NO aiFTB. LOW PRICED U?n? Pine Slipper?. CoUersttse, - Neckwear, Cloak? and Cape?, ? Mafien. Trunks. ? Gloves. Travellag Baga, ? Night Robes, JTacklnteenee. ?? Umbrella?, Rubber Boot? and Sbees " Walklna Caaes, Hats and i:?p?. " ?iltN and Linen Haadkercbiefs, Jewelry, Hens' Kaacy Silk Veats, etc. Hosiery. fKM>DS PURCHASED AT EITHER STORE WILL BE EXCHANGED HERE OR AT OUR FRONT ROYAL STORE PROVIDING SALE'S TICKET COME?? w:tu PURCHASE. ""? 'a^era jergas Berryville and Front Royal, Virginia? ?????-"???-??*? ???^.? . ? One Dollar's Worth o? Goods Guaranteed to be Given for One Hundred Cents 8hoddy and Trashy Stuff, No, Don't handle it. But, can show you a ias of First Claaa G?xxla in Staple Dry Goods and Notions, Boots and Shoss, Comforts, Blankets and White Quilts; Excellent Line of UNDERWEAR for Ladies and Uitmem, snd ear Misses' Union Snits at 25 cents an Extra...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 19 December 1900

??s ' m M ? i A TRIP TO HAMP3HIRH. COUNTY, WEST VIROINIA [COMaf?I'*\T?D] Oo a bright October morning I boarded a N. ? W. train nt Berry ville, transferred to the B. & O. st Shenaudoah Junction, on n Weat bound train, changed cara at Oreen Spring to a bank road going to Rorn ney, and reached Springfield, n ro? mantic aud picturesque village of perhaps 350 inhabitants, about 4 p. ni. For one week my eyea feaated daily upon magnificent scenery that perhaps ranks with any in the Unit? ed States. The cloud capped moun? tains, towering many buudreda of feet above, and the beautiful South Branch, winding its way so modeetly and geutly through these everlasting bills of old West Virginia. To ap? proach this variety of landacape and mountainous beauty, one has to aeeit to fully comprehend its magnitude. >t only does the beholder stand amazed at the great natural wonders of nature, but is tilled with a great and more devout reverence for the Creator as he sees the greatneaa of His hand...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 19 December 1900

<a>,na?Ba?*ns?*aBBweawssaTa^ CLARKE COURIER Berryvi?e, Clarke ?>unty. Va. JOHN O. CRQWb\~ Kditor and Proprietoi. i ? ? -? - ? - . 11 i i Wt?ONESDAY, DB?. 36, 19t?. ? 1 ' ? ? .. ?? - ' ? Tue CoiuiKR tina week is issued in naif sheet form on Tharadsy eveuing, two dsys Inter then our us? ual publication dsv. This was dons in order tbst the office foros would avail themselves of n holiday on Xma* day. We ask for the indulg? ence of onr readers in getting oat this issue of ths paper. We only at? tempt to give an epitome of ths local news, which were gathsred and writ? ten hastily. Mr. Moore's Candidacy. Charlestown Advocate: Hon. A. Moore, Jr., has been petitioned by bis friends in Clarke to become s candi? date for the new constitution si con? vention and has acceded to their wishes. Mr. Moore ia very populsr with the masses of his countymsn and is regarded as one of the leading men in the old mother State. We have known him almost from oar iufsacy, sod s more dignified, able a...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 19 December 1900

-OOME TO TJ*3 ? M M M ita WS ARS PREPARED TC MUT TOUR WISHES WITH CHOICSFUL, SUBSTANTIAL, BEWSFIT 1NO GIFTS. LOW PRICED. Mens' Fine slippers. Neckwear, Matter?. Gloves. Night Robe?. Umbrella?. Wslklnr Caaes. " Silk and Linen HaadkeichaeJs, Mens* Fan? v Silk Veats, etc. Collarette?, Cloaks ead Cape?. Trunk?, TraveKas Bags, Jf?ckint?o?h?s?, Kubber Boote and Shoee, Hat? a?d ?Tape. Jewelry, Hoeierv. <;<>OI)S PURCHASED AT EITHER STORE WILL BE KXCHANGKI? HERE OR AT OUR FRONT ROYAL STORE PROVIDING SAI.KS TICKET COMES WITH PURCHASE. Berryvilie and Front Rayai, Virginia. One Dollar's Worth of Goods Guaranteed to be Given for One Hundred Cents? Shoddy and Trashy Stuff, Ko. Don't handlei?. ine of First Claee (-foods in But. can show you a Staple Dry Goods and Notions, Boot* end Shoes, Ooeefort*. Blankets and White Quilts; Excellent Line of UNDERWEAR for Ladt??? and Misses, and our Misses' union Suits st 25 cents an Extra Bargain; Men and Boya in both Shirt? and Drawer?. Men's and Boya...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 2 January 1901

Clarke Courier. vol. xxxii. Berryyille, Va., Wednesday, Jaotjary 2, 1901. NO. 45. THE CLARKE COURIER. JOB WORK OF ALL KINO* U AM ?oirrwfil SALE BILLS, u<;L'LAR8, ?\KI>S. BLANKS. Ac., Ac. tecatci proaaprly ?ad neatly Mid ?tfajf .#"JOB WOKK must b?paid for upoa ? .?vt*rv. 1 ?THK CLARKE COUR?KR. JOHN O. OR?WN, Editor aso PRorHTBTO?. tr*?kly at Ok* -i tau. in ?t?v\N. *; wh.Mii>*>' ft?? Mi ?iitvn I two dollar? will b<r in varia.! A0TERT1?*V it? i of Ob? Hollara ?ni (t?n line* ! year or year .tie,. AT THE STAR! WINCHESTER? Modern and Progressive SHOE 8TORE. llit*lt-4*rA?l? MhoM loif*J?*uU*uu*u. La . ,-. - V tm ami Children, it'?* ?Ali'll tbe >Urk?*t and itev|i ?41 the uirHtyie*. our Foil lAn* is n<?w Oujiplrte. Call ? >?> u? ?iidlet uaKJiow youour (?oods We cam ?how you tb? Kigbt TLiug in Hat?. THE STAR SHOE HOUSE. m A 10* N. MaIN ST. KOHF.N M K YKRJKsor aibtor. -larsksll McConnlck. H. H McOorraick. Marshall McOormi?k & Son. W? hevsformena partnership to pra...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 2 January 1901

CLARKE COURIER JOHN O. CROWN, Editor and Proprietoi. WuiUNESDAY, JAN. 3, 1901. No method of getting rid of the surplus will be overlooked by this Congress. The New York San says: "Just before the adjournment of the House for the holiday recess Mr. Loundenslager, of New Jersey, in tro? duced a bill filing the salary of the Vice President at $25,000 and pro? viding that each of the members of the Cabioet shall receive $15,000 a year. The psy of the Vice-President is now $8.000. The Cabinet officers also get $8,000. "When Genrral Grant's first term was about to expire and after he had been re-elected the Forty second Con? gress, unfavorably known to history as the *Salary Grab Congress/ raised the annual compensation of the President from $25,000 to $50,000, of the Vice President from $8,000 to to $10,000, of the heads of the de? partments from $8,000 to $10,000, of the Justices of the Supreme Court from $8,000 to $10,000 and of the Chief Justice from $8,500 to $10, 500. At the same ti...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 2 January 1901

Briet? Last Thursday aig ht, at Us hears ef ? ?e aad alas, fire was dissevered ia the unoccupied stable rsoeatly ewaad by Mr.W.W.Hotehineeo.ead sitaaisd keck ef th? paetoffiae build tag. Beta sisees the fire wee shoot ta spring inte a blast, aad bat for Us prompt so tien ef the parties who d i ?covered it it weald have probably ge;aed sacs headway as to have partly if net wholly ?Uetroy Use building. At fies o'clock Officer Rioasaor? first saw the smoke issu ins; frees the building aad upon entering found the straw la a box stall to be bureta*. At aies o'clock th? wood work ef th? stall was found to be burning, aad this une large quantities ef water were aerrie?. iuto the ?table aad extin? guished all vestigo of fire. Mr. Ric i aore ?ay? lie thiuke the are wes started by someone carelessly throw iag dowo a lighted match while ia he stable. Loans? Money loaned oa oeaoty real estate, ia sum? of $300 aad up fards. First lien on farsa leads ia* .ariably reqoired. Blacksure SMITH. ATTT. ...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 2 January 1901

IN DARKEST AFRICA. A Toungr American Soee Some Horrible Sitjht?. Ths Baltimore Snn lsst wsek print? ed the following interesting story of the experience of sn American who is returning from Africa; W. Sumps Cherry, who left his home in Chicago in the summer of 1896, is now on his way to America? having had thrilling adventures in the heart of Africa. For four years Mr. Cherry has been living among the Congo natives. He has been their companion, friend, leader and instructor. Unaccompa? nied by any man of his own color hs has penetrated to parts where no oth? er white mau bas ever dared to go. It has fallen to the lot of this plucky American to make important geogra? phical and anthropological discover? ies, pursued so unostentatiously and admitted so reluctantly that scarcely anyone has yet heard of them. They have been reserved by the Geogrspi cal Society of America. "Demba Creecy," as the native chose to call Mr. Cherry, is as much of an American at heart as the day he decided tha...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 9 January 1901

asm asa sas. _ * '"gggg*g',-',,aggaB"gia'??a'?a ? I ? 1 _ j I,! I B Sw>>f?e*sssssssssassss^^ JjiE ?Clarke Courier VOL. XXXII. BKRRYYILLE. VA.. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9. 1901. NO. 46. t- -u .* ? ??.la^-. THE CLARKE COURIER. JOB WOKK OF ALL KINDS <'H AS COSTEA?, 8ALE BILUJ, 01?C?LAR8, VKDS, BLANKS, 4c,, ?te. tecated promptly and n?atly aad at fair ?riese. I^-JOB WORK must bepaldforupoa ,-liverv. the ci^ARrB camawk* JOHN O. ORO Wet. Edito? abo PaepB?WVew TBE CLARKE ?j??KlEM i? aaktk?te waskiy at Ora Douaa as? Fin t Cbbts. i ram ta ?ne a bcs. wbsn not paid in advance two iiaasr? will .s? i s variably c besas S. A^vaatuBauners wiLree insertada* th? sas? of One Dollars and Fifty Cent* p*sr sonare (tea Una?) for ?bras issanioas, aad FMvy Cant? per square for ?ach ?dditiaaai laser ttoa. AttrertrsemenU insertad by th? half year or yea? atUasa ratas? ? AT THE STAR I WINOHESTERl? Modern ?and Progressiv? SHOE STORE, High-tirade Hho?e?? forflientlenien. L* lies. Boya. Y?>uths, Mis?e? and...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 9 January 1901

CLARKE COURIER JOHJI O. CROWF. Sditor aad Proprletei. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 9, 1901. The KsBsai City Independent brings ont General Fits Les as a suitable person ta reoetv? tita Demo cratic nomioa?oa for President, sad devoted a paga? nearly, ta his portrait and biography. Tbe Independent does not beleivB the fact that I?se re? signed his oommiesion in tibe Uaited Sutes ser rica aad wont into tbs Confederate army would hart hi?. On the ooetrary the editor see ores as that if Lee were nominated far President his "nomination would be received with enthusiasm by th?peo? ple of the country." The Independ? ent speaks ef Cleveland sad Bryan as "shopworn." Tbe Hon. Mat Quay won a victory Tueeday* whoa ths Legislature of Pennsylvania convened. The Deas ocrats and the anti-Quay msn united their forces, but th? Qoayites bought six of ths Dstnocrats aad with their help organised both houses of ths Legislators. Tbs election of s ?Sena? tor will be held oo January 15, and Quay i? determined to win, as...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 9 January 1901

Briefs A ?ad and distreesing accident ot> ourred in tde oeighborltood of Lake V,ew last Thursday, by which th? ,badow of death is now hovering ore. tbe home of Mr. W. M. Kane, one o? tbe most substantial farmers of thi count?. Hi? tl-jsar old daughter, Nannie, in playing with mate he??, ie ^uie manner iguited soous of then, abich set lire to her clothing and at badlj burned her that her life is di? paired of. Before anyone <??>*. Id reacfc tbe child sud suppress tbe flame? ?hieb had enveloped her, fully ball ?f tbe ?urfacr of th? child*? bod?, rom breast down was badly and pain iU||? burned. Dr. McCormick wa. nnmoued ?ud applied remedies t? ?lie*ist? b*' little ou??'? suffering? ,ut her ?ron h that then ,? little hoja* ?>? I ry. They buro wood or coal, will lus a lifetime, have all iu?>dern improve jieuti an! are oheaper thau cae ?to????. You can't afford to not bu ?ue of those Steel Raumes at th v. ?July .$29.00 at the Berry \ille Furniture Store. The stock holdere o...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 9 January 1901

TH* FrtBSlU?K?T AKD TH? TWaWTLaTTH OMITURT (la-Fiaaioaat Oevalaoa la H. ?. Wo*?.) What rraVctiaa <*oa? the o>wn af tbe Twentieth Ceatosy tofjaat. ooa cerniog Iba Prsoidoocy? This is espewslly ta? pea-pie? office. It? incuBnbent, bj nsiin af tbe theo 17 of bis ?asect.en aad tba nature af bis duties it more directly related ta the individual citizen iban aay ether public ?errant. Hit functiaas aad bit f eoeral powers have rsaaaiaad lb? samo dar?as; oar sotirs bbUobbI exis? tence, and th? wisdom aad forosigbt of tboso who planned oar ?form ?af government is in nothing mora mnn ife?t than in the fact that during more than a centary of oar country's tremendous growth tbaat function 1 aad powers have been found abun* dantly sufficisat for all oonditioai and ?very emergency. Tbe aaw oeatary finds ns ooofront ed with perplex i ag problems growio| out of a startling sxpaasioa of 001 domain and aa unprecedented croa tion of obligation-bear ing relation ships witb million? of str?ng? and...

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