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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 16 January 1901

il 1 ~ aBwrar i ?aaas - BSSBBBBBBBar-rTaaanwBT?i~ i m n san r ?s i ? i i i a BBS raawtwaa^taeaaaBSBBBBBBBaBaB ?? ' ? ? ' " ? ? "? ? n The Clarke Courier. vol. xxxii. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, January 16, 1901. No. 47. ? ai i ? i a i ?? i ? i i ? ?. 11 j . w?,,,, f HE CLARICE COURIER. JOB WOUlv OF ALL aU*De ?i cm ?j ?JSTKKS, SAJLE B1ULA, rfiu-ULABS, \K1>S, BLANKS, Ac, ftc. v?cu ted promptly ?nd neatly aed at fair ? ?cea. Bjaw<jOB WORK must be ?eld for ?bob i Hverv. j THE CLARKK COURIER. JOHN O CROWN, Ba?o* and Pnormet?b. T1IK t -'?. \KKK (OIKJER is published ! weekly at 0*?r Deti-Aft AMi-FirrT ?Vitkt?, ir paid SB ADVAK? k; when not paid in advance two dollars will be invariably chirgtfd. . KRT18EMENTK will be inserted at the rat? of On?* Dollar? and F ' ta per sanare I (ten Une* - and r'.fty . Cents p?-r s<|iian* i .uhlitional inser I tiou. Advert : nserted by the half year or year atiese rates. AT THE STAR! WINCHESTER? Modern ?and Progressive SKO-B STORE. Hlgh-sGrade fttu...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 16 January 1901

CLARKE COURIER JOHN O. CROW?. Rtlitor and Proprietot. VifcUNEaSDAY, JAN. i?, 1901. A Plee. for Peeoe Cardinal Gibbons preached a ?er moa at the cathedral in Baltimore last Sunday week in which he review? ed the vsried achievements of the nineteenth ceotarv. He aleo ottered an impeesive remonstrance, from the etaodpoiot of Cbristisnity, against a policy of imperialism and military couqneat. ?Several paragraphs calcu? lated to arrest the attention of Chris? ta! a people, regard lees of political predilection, or denominational alle? giance, were as follow. "Msy God so guide oar legislators and statesmen that tney may never be betrayed into imitating European government* by the establishment of formidable standing armies. God forbid that we ourselves, flushed with recent victories, should ever become intoxicated with the wine of impe? rialism or militarism, but may we always follow the traditions of the fa? thers of the republic. "Hitherto we have presented to the world a beautiful spe...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 16 January 1901

Briefe "Sia" Daiugerfleld, a thrifty aad well known colored bibb of ?Berry ?ill?, di?d lest Saturday sight, after A w?ek ? illness. Hi? death was caused by I right's disease, complicated with li-srt trouble. "Sis** was one of most ssteemed colored ,ii?o in the CAuatj? and hi? quiet , id ?trict attention to bis own affair? nid hi? honesty tuade him friends ...tb everybody. He entered into i be retail liquor bo si nena here 29 ,. ars ago, and by frugsl living b? ??.ed up a large ootnpeteooe. \ uile ,4Six" denied himself of many .on? be could eatily sfford, it il I he gave liberally to the used y ol race aud was a frequent contrib - f<> tli? support of the colore-d ?lacopsl s" hool here. Ht . bora h srs ago uea: try ville, and belonged to the 1st? IB B. Taylor e?tate. Hi? propertj this county consists of Wiostot ll.ilI building, three ?tore room? 01 ( luirch street, boose aud lot 01 B iok Marsh street, in Berryville, au< a small farm near Summit Point II- also owus property in...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 16 January 1901

THE DAYS OF BOOTS. WHEN ?BOOT HOOKS AND BOOTJACK? WCRC FAaftUAJt AtmOLmmX ftaa fumar Waa Tfcfi aa a^aaww ? tfr Laiarr* aa? Meta at f*?aaa<io* BaB a Tita??* la Get t ta a 1%?Hf T?a?? rttrfaa BFolllaataaa a? ?a? ?OST. Over oa the other ride of Canal street. In the local Latin quarter. th?tr*e Is a little cobbles shop that loo*? Ilk? aa etching by Durer. The tet?la, which are stuck In leather loop? around the walla bare aa air of serious antiquity like ?decayed gentlefolk, end orer the threshold is sn empty wicker bird cage, ?ranted at Jest the right angle to make what the artists call "a good com post t too.** Tbe cobbler himself Is B smallish, stoop ahoaldered man. with a perfectly bald bead and Iron ?pec tacl<-a half way down his nose. Tbe other day be told a friend bow the an? cient and honorable ?rraft of boot making had gone luto decline. "1 was working for myself two year? before the California excitement be? gan in 1840.** be said. MThoee were grand day?. All gentlemee wo...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 23 January 1901

The Clarke Courier _- _ Vol. xxxii. Berryville. Va.. Wednesday, January 23, 1901. No. 48. THE CLARKE COURIER. JOB WOUK OF ALL KINDS SUCH AH ' JSTKR8, SALE BILLS, CIRCULARS, ' VRDS, BLANKS, Ac., 4o. en ted promptly and neatly and at fair MS. tlTJOB WORK mutt be paid for opon very._ il III .i. ? mi^0?am^mtmm^ff^^?mm THE CLARKE COURIER. JOHW OTOROWN. Editok amd PaoraiSTo?. TBS CLA&&K ???RI?R it poblieb??? weakly at Ova Doataa air? Firrr Cairre. |f ra?a i* adt?kci; wh?n not paid ia adraace two dollar? will be lorrariably charg?e ? Aaeawneaanirtewiflbeiaeertedet the rate of Oee Dollar* and Fifty Cent? per eocare (ten line?) for three ineortione. and Fifty Cents per ?qcsr? for each addHional inser? tion. AdYsrtieements inserted by the half year or year at lea* ratee. AT THE STAR! WINCHESTER'S Modern and Progressive SHOE STORE. tltjth-4<r?d? 8hoe? forft?entlemeu. La Boye, Youth?, Mimo an*! Children. We watch the Market und kwp all the Our Fall Line la now Complete. < "all ou ...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 23 January 1901

CLAKKECO?mm JOHH O. CBOWH, Bdltor and Proprietor. WTONESDAY, JAN. ?3, 1901. Tbe Rocking abasa Bdsjiatar acora? McKinley** polio? of engineering bis political t?beme* in tht following editorial: Mr. McKinley i? g loyal diseipli of tht Ohio idea of "Get there" im politic?. When he Deeded rot?? is Congress to ?apport hi? earlier war policies there wer? military appoint? ment* galore for the ton?, grandson t, nephews, and other blood kin of ateo who bad vote? to cast in Congrats. The ?warm of sou* **of somebodies" who were put on the army payroll? try one of the early toan dal* of the Spanish war. Bat the lYteidsnt "got thST?," At a later stage when the treaty of Pari* wat to be ratified by a re? luctant Senate, and certain Senator? were about to retire to the ?hade? of private life, the judicious placing of a federal judgship or two and an equally judioioo? arrangenaent of ??ndry advisory and well paid com? missions proved to be pit-edge aa eett in the presidential strong box, and the ...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 23 January 1901

LOCAL BXlUsT8 Tbs Court of Appeal? last Thors day handed down a decision ia the ?hootn" oase of Thomas J. Shiokel vs. Berryville Land ? Improvement C<k. in whioh tbe decision of fudge N tool, of M au a* sa?, who beard the case for Judge Harrison (the latter h-ing an interested party,) was af? firmed The point iuvolved in this case waa whether tbe report of the ( .>rnniis*ioiier, who ascertained ths assets and liabilities of the company, should be sustained in allowing Mr. A. Moore Jr.. compensation as Presi rJ. at of the Company, wheu suob t njK'usatiou was not authorized by r .?? ?tookbolder* but ordered by the rUsard of Director?. Judge Nico), in htl decision, ruled that a* the stock .. ?Uler* ayuttmd all the acts of th? ?. . ird of Dueotora st the stock hold meeting held in Oct., 1891, therefore they were liable for the suss voted Mr. Moore as salary ?v tbe Board of Directora. .In ?ge ' Niool's decision i reversed, tbe whole case would have been referred back to the Cotntni...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 23 January 1901

TAB OLD CTaTCTUBY MUSI) TH? Was W ?La Brians amort, viva la m." Tbe IMk Century <af taw Ceristaen arm? wi ta ins ssosairaaseats and its fail area iu avoomplismanent ef goad and of ill, sans pernead ?a its final ?caaaat, and tbe Gamins of Uistorj to-tiny writaa the first Unas in ths book by whioh its aucoessoc shall be jndgwd. Fat the centuries, tbongb they be bat arbitrary ?iivistoas of Tins? that in its osaselsaa march halts not for any contrivance of man, jet have about them a kind of personal quali? ty. Joat aa a man, though be do many things in bis life, is rambered ahiefly by some one tbing that be baa done?by a grand deed, a great pic tora, a noble poem?so each cen? tury amid its infinity of erects will be foond to offer soase pertsemsor aontribat?on to tbe program of tbe rana which snail seer thsroainw onaracterixe and distinguish it Thua tbe 15th oastary was tbe con tary of Geographical Discovery, tbe addition of ths Western continent to tbe map of tbe world being its tra...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 30 January 1901

. ? ? i ' ?? m~mm?mm?mm?mmm??~?^~?? . ? ? i i The Clarke Courier. Vol. xxxii. Berryyille, Vam Wednesday, January 30, 1901. No. 49. ?THE CLARKE COURIER. Mi Wo.iK OF ALL KiNl>8 -i nt ? '>TKKS. vl.K BILL?, ciih ?i.w?.s. IAD?, BLANKS, Ac. ?Ac. ite?l prompt!*, ?nul u?-:itly an?l st fair l' _#-.!< >U W <>?<K must lie paid for upon rar? THKCLa\RKE COURTER JOHN O. OROWN. KlMTiiK AND PrOPRIKTOK TH II It- ->t.L.I.?bv*c< ?.???kir ?t dv, |i.,, , ,K ^0 yirrY C?irr?. i? r?it. !?? ?nviv-r. when not paid in adva two dollars ?rfji r,#*:n variably charged. .UvsiTiatMiM? will beinjwrtwl at the rate ir? an.i Fifty I ?re (ten It oca ? foi . an,j y.f,, ire f.ir each additional iu? AdTen - ..,?* -ear r rear at les? rates AT THE STAR! WINCHESTER'S Modern and Progressive SHOE STOHE. II licit?*(.utile MtOM t"ori<??'iitl?Miv?'ti. La Hos?. Vttattha, Mi**?.?- tUsd ?"liiMreii. iVaJ wiitch th.* M.irl . i ami I.ccp ?til ihe I Styl?*?. ? )iir Fnll I.In?? is? now < '??nip!. 4'all ?'i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 30 January 1901

CLARKE COURIER! JOHN O CROWN, Editor and Proprietoi. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 30, 1901. Id another column appears a com? munication from Dr. H. D. Kerfoot, in which that gentleman announce? bis opposition to the candidacy of Mr. A. Moore, Jr., for the constitutional convention and gives his reasons therefor. While the Courier intends to stand neutral in fights between the friends of any candidates for the re sponsible position as delegate to the , new constitutional convention from ' this county, we cannot forbear in ex? pressing our concurrence with one point in Dr. Kerfoot's letter, which we have before expressed in our edi? torial columns, that all candidate? should give publicity to their views upon the main subjects likely to come before the convention, in order that the people may select the man who most fully reflects their views. In this way the wishes and wants of a majority of the people are more likely to be preserved in our new organic law, and thus there will be no trouble of th...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 30 January 1901

Clean Up Sale S SCHEUER S We Have Many Small Lou of Odds a:ui Ktids. auch as n! ITS, OVKHtOAls. OLOAKH, OAPaVH, ra?sM, r.NDKKWKAK, BTO., KTc, Kiv. i'h??v have to h.? sold before takiiiu lu? ?tin \ ot ?a? h kind. Come now; we put price? Ofj them that will move them away at on?-? Louis Scheuer, BKKKYYIU.K. Y A.. ASF) PKONT BOYAU VA. a ? > toute To O B Rouse . it? Chaheslowu Spirit save: Our r couutyman Mr. Jna 11. lyn. im ?Coepting an invitation f.? o?* present at tb? uomittg Konus Birthday < . ?.Oration at.u Baylor Light, H?r??* Bennioo, pay?- tribute Ui nia form?*! ooairatle 1 liarles H ?a-?way Ivouas as follows: Merry ville. Va.. Jan. H, .?MM, I Holmes, ?apt. lutlependcnt . ui r'ire Co.. No 1. Charles.ou n, "* Va. : r? < ?i\ e?i your kind iuvi to attend Ueumon oi Baylor Light ?id celebration of Birthday Charle? H Koaaa, Pabroary II. Sotiiiua gi**?-- in?' mote pleasure than to ?ub my ol<i etmirades and talk ; ne time*? we had years ago on the ? battle and ?round tin- <...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 30 January 1901

TH1 FOntST. ^" I ?aw* a ?ttsaW aaaw Osa? .?s?s?Oa fTaas ?ra?dsn pathwa-r* tar sssssf, tas? srtoM laaar soUt?aSaa Yom ssay ssOrs ?tOtSt ?waas bsas-t; lUcasr? irosa tba ?aabaadla? p?as? What?'?** of ntOtadsj *s*su a-O Assi sarasa basa ta* ?OSJSJSOSS *H*a* 1W atraasfl? to essava ?sato ?rasar ?araOi Lcarn patisau?? ?r?aa ta? tlralsas rtU That ttrttmajb the barock wr+r* Ms m*/x Dr?w hanaoa,/ (rtsaa throat? that? SU TW Immty transa>ta ?ritt Uastr la/; tr>osa tits? ornmt tsVootn or aaiat sad bate UattV. ta? sttar of crintaa**, Aad ?arith ?a? Tiatsiasaa of ealaa Fiad beaUa* tor ?ha* spirit bloat. ?Pa an*. 1?K ?as climb ta? riais? Und Wrt still dawn'i Army npaUa cling. Till ?????*? tra* holds out s htrttad And bird and Aomgr girn *ar?l?->oaB?B?. ?Olot?n Sct>llard la Youth's Cornpsnioav A WESTERNER ON CRICKET. H? Otea'? I ??era???? the Gavas?.. Osa? Has? sa Gao? Tiara?. "I went to see a cricket match one ?Say." said the man from the west. "When I happen to remember. I am go? ing 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. — 6 February 1901

The Clarke Courier. Vol. xxxii. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, February 6, 1901. No. 50. W _? ? ' ? ? ' a ? ' ??*?'????^?^??'?????aB, .. THE CLARKE COURIER. JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS SIK'H as r>$TKRS, SALE BILLS, (.: IUCU LARS, <KDS. BLANKS, Ac, Ac. i uied promptly and neatly and at fair rar *s?. w-JOB WORK must be paid for upon I.yerv._ - ? I I [thbclarxe courikr. JOHN O. CROWN. i rsspiiiisi TU! ? Iisr-ef* mm* . { K5T?. ir ??*.: not paid in advan? r barged : at ?h? rate are - i | ? i ?i.*i ? ?? balf I AT THE STAR! WINCHESTER'S Modern and Progressive 3HOE STORE. Hlsjh-<?r?d? Shoe? foifOeutleruen, La< .?..<**?, Boys, Yo'itlis. Ma*???? an<l Cbildrau. W?a watch the MnrKi an<{ ktfSfs all the Cat? Style?. ??ur Fall Line is ns?J t'oitiplcte. Call on us and let us Sliow y*m our <.oo*ls. W?r can stsSaj you tbe Rigid Tbin* in Mall THE STAR SHOE HOUSE, 106 A 10? N. MAIN ST. 8. RtM*tKNMKYER.'KaorHirr?.R. Marshal McConnick. H. H. McCormick. Marshall McOormi?k & Son. Wr have...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 6 February 1901

CLARKE ?CEDEB \ ??. * ?idlloi ?ml l'i. Al, I .\'l. I'll? UUIUIiallOUe, g IU Hi?.- 1 roiu o*ur colusi aua g *> m.? IU? tiuujeoi*? l?e u i l'Usa .- ni lia? i , pretei aUCC UHI' 011U1 liialu li.? \\ ?.- liU? ?. HOI > U ?i ti UU1 lUCltll { ?. litis* s) '.'.'""*?" w e? ?. i issue, .ii.i.i .u i. .i?o^ . . *? lUaal dal. ^u^ . au .. . nui Del lev. ICU Uci r? Wti 11 .4 ?C lliv a?iv.. uu ??. . i a t lhle uu pl'OVOa? La?. tllC UK Liu. w.. Uci ? i to *i duct lui? bau ji?. ?M.? N u. J i llo. lui . j*-'" in ecu liicm, ? Ali. ii-i a OI /'< I t ?j. II . UsUCUcU "A t*n.'.iii lO * ui lo lilt His COUalU?Sl'?aU?>ii lu? Hic: pr?vale lalle auU i Uo lie Ue an loi' ouc UiUUJCUl LlissLWUj . .li?.? or 11"< ?c.i no?. deiriuieuuu lu itte un i lir. tv. or ui am uue tc?holder lu tile IX i i . ? lUU v o.' 1 h\ l\ . loot h'll.iC'S Oc. '.. lYcilOOl 11.1 = tui? UiUCU SL-uaiJ lu **U|)?>oac aUL.. tuiu? turoueui L, lile irulb i-, i uever um, ni aii inv m?. Diuu o? ??i. ivv.i*/^. .-> ?..^ii order o?...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 6 February 1901

Glean (Jp $?lj U SCHEUERS We Have Manv Small Lota j of (Mils ami Kud?, such as SUITS, OVBBOOATB, i I.HAKS, G w . su<>r>\ INMKKWKAIi, KTU., KTO., KTC. They have to be sold before t -.king Itiventory. We have all size*, but not of each kind. Come now; we put pric*?s on them that will move theun a ?a ay at ouce. Louis Scheuer, BEUKYVILLK, VA?, ANI> FKONT UOVAL, VA. STATEMENT ?or riiK ? COUNTY LEVY The following ta a ?tatemanI of the Receipts and ?xpandltarag of Clarke county i??r the lN.iy, ??j required hi tinn *47 of th? UK? Kl I'l ** H\ balance in hands of Conaty Treasurer from lt?SJ ....$ t.?.7l .*?>??? By ainouut levie?! for l^il?? in eindini: penalty.>>l(>,<?,,l.."iS I \1'1.M?I II I. lifl.# S10.0Q .1 i; ?1 Coanty . ? " Clerk of county coort KM.OQ Clerk of linar-? Of Ml parvisor? . 10.00 " Clerk of circuit ?court. 90.00 < oiiiui?>iiw?*Hlth's Attv 900.00 Massbars ol Board <>t ?>ei i iton. 145.90 iinii**sioner of tin* ji Revenue. 450.70 Elect...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 6 February 1901

Vigorous Youth Robust Womanhood The nerves must be strong, the bodily organs healthy and active, the blood pure and rich with nourishment. PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND is the home remedy of the American people. It restores strength and assists to a health? ful development of the tired or exhausted body. JULIA MAYS. 240 Fifth Avenue, New York, Writes I "Paine's Celery Compound has restored me to perfect health after years of nervous insom? nia. I can now sleep peacefully and sweetly for hours at a time, a thing I had not done for years before taking the Compound. Surely, women who have ill health, or mental worry, can not find a remedy more beneficial than Paine's Celery Compound." Paine's Celery Compound is a medicine to strengthen nerves, stomach, liver, kidneys. Bucklons Arnica Salve?. Has world-wide fame for marvel? lous cures. It surpasses any other salve, lotion, ointment or balm for Cuts, Corns, Burns, Boils, Sored, Felons, Ulcers, Tetter Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Chapped Hands, Ski...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 13 February 1901

The Clarke Courier. Vol. xxxii. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, February 13, 1901. No. 51. VHli CL y COURIER s I -I ? ?( ? ; !t.V ?JAI.) CIHCULAKS, va*As*PS?> # f KlaANKS. a? .. etc. ? tecuteti promptly ami ?uatlvaud affair ? ricen ;S/*JOB WORK must bepnid for upon _-__mmm-S3 ?-aaaia* [THE CLARKE COURIER. JOHN O C- - V * w?*.'- r . I -ii? rare * : alfa vea- " AT THE STAR! WINCHESTER'S Modem and Progressive SHOE STORE. II iKh?? .i-H?l<* sIkm'h t<>rt<f?-nt!eiii< n. la ,!?(.,, i'.ovs. Vm1,' indOhtMSsn. ?A'?* wsUii tin |> all the LaU Bty I?-*? Our Fall I.in?* Is Sow Compk Call on us and let us? Show yon our Goods. We can ?how vow th? Right Thin* in Hat? THE STAR SHOE HOUSE, 100 A KM N .MAIN SI. KOttKNMEYKIt, KR??rRiBTOB. ' Marshall McCt.rmick. H. H. McCormick. Marshall McCormi?k & Son. We have formed a partnership to practice .aw. All business will receive prompt at? tention. Orrtca*?On Church St., in ?Court-house . iirdj_ W. T. Lewis, k TTORNKY.AT-L.AW. BERRYVrLLE,...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 13 February 1901

CLARKE COURIER JOHN O CROWN, TCditor and Proprieioi. DKBSOAT, FKB. 13, ItOt. Mr Hay as a Leader The Richmond News ssvs: All Virginians have pride au?l pleasure in the position which Representative Hnv. of this State, has taken iu the House end in the pro.*?pe?'t that h? will be ma?le the ohVial leader anil mouthpiece of the Democratic mincr itv? There appears to In goo?! reason for the aSOveniont to retire Mr. Rich ardsou, of Tennessee, from the lead ership. When lie was chosen th? Hichtnoml News urged that he was the wrong man?a good parliament? riau but lacking the (jiialities for ac the work on the floor. There is ve? ut ronger reason why Mr. Hay shotilil succeed him ? reasons which have drawn to the Virgin.mi the attentiot. of his fellow members of his own partv. Virginia has in times past led th? thought ami shape the policies of th? country. It is like those older time. to see a Virginian again Choseu lv lead and represent anil speak for ? great party. The people of the K will...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 13 February 1901

aaaaaass^ [ad?es1 Shoes ?AT? SCHEUER'S BERRYVILLE, VA.t AND FRONT NOYAU \ A. County Oorrespondence. lit Airy Chat The grip, for the most part, ?teem*? to he raging about oi.r ?section, though as vet we have had nothing very serious to result from it In Loudoun a irreat many people have ?lied and the people were slarmsd fearing it would he? ome epidemic. During the pa?t week, at Snickersville Mr. Frank Oshdrne and wife ?lied In a few hour*? of each other ||r. Osborne.s death *du>cked the com munity, ss only a shtirt time before hi?? deslb he was out conversing with his friends in his usual manner. With bis extreme age, he wan active an?' seemed to enjoy life, tssvtssj behind s hSStSf friends who will ssdly miss him. The day they c??n?igned all that was mortal of their father IS mother earth, on returning to their home foun?! con fronting them the terrible fact, thai their home SVSS vet to be made darkei nv the lo?*? of a lovinc kind mother, a* in a few hour? she passed away Mrs Ca...

Publication Title: Clarke Courier
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke courier. — 13 February 1901

THE ?BOO.H CASE DECISION. iContluued From Page 1 ) or other person having an interest, will restrain the trustee uutil these i?ii|M*dinieuts toa fair sale have by its aid been removed as far as it is prac? ticable to do so. This rule has been affirmed iu numerous cases decided by this court." "And so, if the aid of the court is invoked in the first instance to en? force encumbrances on lauds, a de? cree for sal?* without first ascertain ing, settling and determining what euoumbrauces are chargeable on the property, the amounts thereof respec? tively, and the order in which they are so chargea le, would be prema? ture and erroneous. Such has been the uniform course of decision by Ibis court, c?>nunencing at an early period. Many of the adjudged cases are referred to in the opinion in Bof toa i als. v. Bond, S8 l?ratt., 815, IT "The piincipl'on which the deci sious in both classes of the cases are founded is, that S ?ale without first removing a i-Iotul from the title and adjusting...

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