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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 3 August 1898

THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. Vol. 94* No. 31 Lexington, Eockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, August 3, 1898. <{$L50aYear PSOFBSSIONA i- < A RDS. WI' llOlt-TON. _^S\ Attorney a! I nw. [dix .HUTON, Va. F R KANKT. GLASGOW, VtAorapy nt l_aw, IjIXU-I ?V Va. OBKKT CATl.l.TT, Attorney-ai-I.aw. LsxiNQTOM, Va. w T. SHIELDS. Attorney at-Law. t.l.XtNo T"V. \* \ BM, BELL, Attorney ut Law, Laxneroa, V\. Will jirnetice iu the courts of Rockbridge and adi,fining Counties. Special attention ghren to thfi collection of claim-. Office tai CoM Building. MOORE A MOORE, Attorney.s-at-I.aw and Notary Public, LaxiHOTOX, Va. Will practice in Rockbridge and adjoining counties. 9l.ial attention given to the Collection of ('talma, f-xaminntionof 'Pitles. md pi. puring Abstracts and Deeds, Suplftnentary to our law l,ii*iiiess, we will negotiate loans, nell farms and mineral landa. We bow have on hand for sale, a number of the linest farms in Rockbridge county. Jas.E. Heck. DEALER IN Dressed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 3 August 1898

THE GAZETTE, Ptn-U-fUKI' K.1.KY WuDNEoDA** Bl BARCLAY AND COMPANY LE GAI, AM l-l!'! ISKMV.NTS *1 ()? ch im tiM luaeiiloa, and tee. (oreac Btlnnanee tbereufler. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Election Nocanbtr 8, 1S98. Fon co_.or.Ess, J M. QUARLES. Of Staunton. Scrofula" hip disease, salt lheum dyspepsia and other diseases due ti impure blood aro cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla._ EDITORIAL NOTES. Appm cully Gen. Gomez docs no! sympatize with Gen. Garcia's kich against Tnclc Sam. There are some girls who are not open lo the charge of riding a bicycle %H an excuse to weat short skirts. So Republican editor has yet credit? ed our success in the wai* to tho Dingley tariff, but nra are expecting it all the time. Lieutenant Hobeon is now trying lo demonstrate bin ability as a ship-raiser ??Corvera's ships; we know what he can do in the ship-sinking hne. Lieutenant Hobson could not possibly be engaged in more congenial work than that in (supervising the carrying out of h'm own pluus for saving some of Cer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 3 August 1898

GOLD DUST SOMETHI I*rr? packe** of th* world's beet eleen*.? for a ult kel. Mill greater economy In t-pound package. AU grocreL Made only by THE RT. K. r'lWIAUK COMPACT Ghleaco. M. Louie, New York, Botton, Phiiad.ip REOTTAX IN SONG AND ELOCU? TION. K largo and cultured auelienoe gath? ered in the Buena Vista opera house last Friday night, the occasion being an entertainment gotten up hy local talent for the benefit of the Mcthoelist parson? age of that place. From the names on the ?program the auelience felt that a treat was in store for them, anel they were not elisappointeel. AU parts -.vero so admirably renelercil ] it is difficult that any can be elesignateel ft- the best. Special mention, however, should be trude of Miss Edith Locker's song and violin accompaniment, "O Promise Me." She is only twelve years of age, but shows decided musical talent, which has been carefully culti tated. She- was encored, and sang with fine tiflvct, "aVnnic Laurie." The following is the program in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 3 August 1898

I ACTIONS VS. WORDS. When the civil wai began, and I more than three years thereafter, sn the Staunton Spectator, Mr. Linet asseverated that it was not ? war 1 the froedoni of thc negro, but for tl preservation of the Union. Soldie in the Union anny eleclared on n eiccasiona that if they thought the were fighting to free the negro the would throw elown their arms nnd g home. .\t the beginning of thiB wa wo eleclared that we were not iiiiikiiij war for the purpose of tenitotial ag gvandizenient, but in tho interest o humanity. Yet we will find that if we conquer the Spaniarels we will seize and hold every foot of our first act* just as tho freedom of the negro was ono of the first acts after tho civil war closet!. Words are ene thing, actions another. ADAM AND LOW. At ft church in Scotland, where there wns n popular call, two candi tia! es offered to preach, of the names of a\elam and Low. Mr Low preach oJ in tho morning anti took for his text, "Adam, Where Art Thou?" He made ? most ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 10 August 1898

I* Vol. 94. No. 32 xTOJN gazette. tockbridge Coirn^ Vin^. Wotmotioy. A*an?t IO. im ia'h.11.. A/-~. PROFESSIONAL CA RIKI \xy P. Iff/I STUN, pa-.. R Attorney at T.aw, LsziaoToa, Va. ail, f ' . Attorney il- m li in..nev. Va. Jas.E.Heck DE \l BU IN resse .urn OBEKT a'ATl.KTT. Attornoy-at,-l,ii\v, Lk.\im;ih.\, Va. WT. SHIELDS, Attorn.'y al Law, Lsxinoto5, Va. BK. I5KLL. - Attorney .'it I.niv. Lkxinut.'.s, V \. Will practice in ths courts of Re**skUrl<ig-i and ntljiiiiiiiu' counties, fascia] attentloa flven to tbs collection ol claim;--. Oder in Hold Biilldin-,'. r. F loo ring Ceil ing, Plaster, Laths, Mitchell Farn Wagons1 aod Wagon Harness. A full line ol Bwreya snd Buggies. Alt*i> Buggy Harness and Baddloe. JAMES H. HECK, Nelson sir?t Opposite Baptist Church, MOORE J MOORS, Attorneys nt-Law sadlbtarjr PahUo, [iinreToif, Va. Will practise in Rooklvl-age aad adjoining counties. Special attention gin-n'to the- ('olloclion of Claims, Examination of Titles, ami pri par...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 10 August 1898

iel. lil ? ul r gu -sl 1 to rcj a at sum I .- pain i i ea Ja an til O Ol '.nil- i ?ney tl al if] "dion vi ; Rc n lr ? to r bal '! < i ii,. : ?i lo j . 1 i tin ir . i seri (J io e thal ma.. ?' An. lil , a vi ... -inai' a il ? i .- n rm* would ' T ' r.'CS I V] on thc bio id? ling the nerves n strong1. Tl . Sarsaparilla, Thc blood rich and Pine, giving it po-vcr ? To feed the nerves. Hood's Sarsaparilla Cl rcs nervousness, ?dyspepsia, iliJteilism, Catarrh, scrofula i Impure blood. ? i ? I wn ci,ii.i ry and e arl tor N< Another i eanit you;h next in i toot ?'?'' int ended Un . CAI ?*? ? j**\ ? Bul in th ?: from it; i;ul lin- it i ubi I ll a Nil i, Aug f S pt< ml cr. I e d'.'fl.C. .All cl mu as the .?tull!' i i . li 'If We .11, ii ) os ibiif I e ndividun e fl0W( ??? ii wi li ;, li I, nels lc-, n ? 1 r ill lie '1 ci', ma in I P ? c ? i ' ? I amps al i Y a ? tiie r.i t ' ? 1 0 ? ? if bo isa doctor, ip Hui) ll ??ell c: Dr. i H.. j I o I lin 1 lil; ?I ll .' p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 10 August 1898

, / * ' ? ? . ? I - J ? ? ? tho pnbl., - Milit' t< tleii. ?? ..si .li ?otaiitiy fallli i-atarrh to ix a tx ? I .* A ' ' . >l' taken Intern! Uy 4 ? offoi "III- 111. Ad I" Or I . Tolt Sold I 3" ? eh never ? ? i I . ' ' ith th ,'. ri an , and . r. J, '-HIV ll BJ ii fails ?do, o *? cl ba - , V 1 r in his uffici t-v, S->* .' - _! p. to 7 j., m. L'almistry, 25c, mind n CLEAR HEAC ( stion; sound sleep; appetite and a ripe old ag ofthe results of the u ol Tutt's Liver Pills. A sing ?".viii convince youofthi \ ond< rful effects and virti A Known Fae;. An absolute cure for sick hea Bche, dyspepsia, malai: stoVnach,dizziness, i:^;. ;1 bilious fever, piles, torpid li. and all kindred diseases. TWs Liver Pill Pl* RSONAL Nt>1 i.s. rc, was to li? ? ll: nt in ir U ur ? ?I ieS bl and wift in at thi Sd .iltit.Ill, W .. .'ii. lay, ? i hi . >.. I. - .ll Kla'.l'lUe ' 'JUtCS I WThm lor, of Clifton Forgi Alum is at the AHeghfny * Qatvrlos, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 17 August 1898

jVGTON Vol/M. _No. 33 Lexington, llockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, August 17, 1898. <{ $1,50 a Year WO FES-s IOX A Ii _ 'AR HS. \\T P. IH>: 9T0N, Vy . Attorney at-Law. , I ,.\ r?To . Yk, Fe .1 . ... Attorney-.-, i I/RXIN-IKIN. VA. Ruin; UT CA Tl. KIT, Attorney-at-Law, IfKM.W ION. VA. w T. SHIELDS, Attorn ey *a_-i aw, liKMMiTt'.N. V*A, BU. DELL. Attorney at Law. Lkxisoton, Va. \\ ittjpae.lc' in he**ourt9,of Rockbridge and (U-joining comities. -Special attention ?liven to the collirtion of claims. (>f!lceln Poid Building, OOREA MOOlIE, Attorneys-at-Law and Notary Public. Lexixoton, V v Will practice In Rockbridge and adjoining counties. Special attention given'to thc Collection el Claims. Examination of Titles, and pn paring Akstiaoti and Deeds Sii|.l,.iiientai-j- to our law business, we will negotiate loans, sell tarmsand mineral landa We now have <>n hand for sale, a number of Hie finest farms in llockbrldgc county. DU. ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 17 August 1898

THE JG " rB, ? BA ltd l.lt. Int li fer Iii . i atlaunnce Ute-' I J. M. aJUARLES, OfBtauLicw. Iv ??till I., od1 Sara (my ant "''*'? ____ EDITORIAL NOTES. Wc notice thal tin much ? i serrice, not even camp utrrioe, Bose Hanna't )pii loni of Mayor li ? Kissi. id! ambitions nn toohottobe printod upon ordinal*** pa] ? to Lave quite Ironb.i - without the * ul', ''td n uncoTi i't .1 i y th' Aleilintl men are prodicti Vt 1\ . S 'thc so i rill jem lo [Li Oi y. vVhcn tlc mustering oui. begins f thc li * "I? V. il 1 BOtmd of rapid fire ;.-uns. ? ting that it hus ai;\ wc cannot help noting I .ulled much more glory did out af the -.var. Perin man i sued . ea C'llj . ' g linSl Ste e f,C lllik. If vc :? .id tried foi it ad ri ? nomi) ?ni. ht hwre found u r's mmtr ?*? i : j. gore, nght to > ti*, was amplt re ti eat to I <? ic :>' G n. Miles ? i . mut - ? mmi - ?ion. a for h ing to pay foi property destroyed I * given Mc ? hit,M be "slop a, tliat . e Oi ... . I. . .?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 17 August 1898

GOLD DUST Jjc-rge ptickttR-. of th? world'a N*** .'Muiwr for b amaWS. ftill ur?i**r economy in 4 pound p*ckA?_. All _T_t__.ro. Made only t'n TUB lt. K. FAO-BAHK CO-BP-Vin 0tlo_?o. Bt. louto, New York. BoMon, PMUdm\ CHURCH IMPROVEMENT. Jnst three mouths ugo un announce mont wan made from the pulpit ol El? liott's Hill church thut on the following Saturday umeeting would beheld there to organise a Ladies' Aid Society for tho purpose of raising funds to improve tho eoudition of the church 1 mil ding. At thc appointed time two ladies met? Mrs. A. P. Boude and Mrs. Eli? /.oil? man?and sat in the pustor's baggy in the shade beside the house mid enrolled about twenty numes vf ladies in thc congregation and proceeded t.gan ize the society by the election of Mrs. R. S. MeChier, president; Mrs. Adam Zollinan, vice-president; Mis. A. P. Boude, secretary; and Mrs. Alex. Zoll? inan, treasurer. The officers and members, when notified, wheeled promptly into line, mid a number of others soon joined...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 17 August 1898

? *_ **_* '_____"?_______-_n._i fr^*^ *?*??-*-??* *-****'V--( Ult iv ili .IN ii.KIEF. From the Philadelphia Frees Evatts bave moveil rapidly darin kko past few i__i?_it_iB,mcro rapidly tba at any timo in American history. Al if Spain, ua inparted, itt now roady t consent to terms ot poaco, tho natioi can look back upon an unpaialloi record. Victory Lae followed victor bo rapidly that it is necessary to reca' tho leading occurrences to realize full what has been done. Hero is a bi io recapitulation: April 22?War was bogun bj I blockade of the ports of Cuba. Maj 1?Commodore Dewey attacked and sunk tho Spanish fleet in the har? bor of Manila. May 24?Commodore Schley's squad ron blockaded Admiral Cervera's floet fleet in Santiago harbor. June 20?Gen. Shaf tor's army ar? rived oil Santiago. July 1 and 2?The American troops attacked the Spanish, drovo them into Santiago, and captured El Caney and San Juan. July 3?Admiral Cervera ma le a dash out of Santiago harbor and every one of his shi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 24 August 1898

Jr l LEXINGTON GAZETTE. Vol. 91. No. 34 Lexington, Rookbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, August 24. 1898. i 81.50 a Year ri: i > /..?/.>. v. i /. _..'_'. -rr:.... Pi 11 ??-_.*. _ *V ' .11 I ll*** I ". \ i TaWOW, ?ti ti. a , t: -' '> \. AV I . ? Fr OBKUT i -Tl ? i Attorncy-al Lau Lkxi.nu i n. \ \. y\f T SHIELDS VV . Attonw'T at-Lnw, J _ L? ' ? BA A ?ea^tumu'v nt Lai '.I MN ITO.*., \ \. Will prnotlef Iii thc r-ourts ol l.nckbrldge ami adjolniug ooun tea. Sp*, al I eutiou alvon to the collf'tton o (ilainir*. >f_i_-.* in 'Di.lii Building. .1. ri:i>i..\ Mooki. Fi. iras Mooni, "A ROOKE A MOORE, XVI Attorneys-at La ? ind Notary lhibllc, i i i\\i.i .?. Va. AV'll pim lice i'i Itocklu i'i-: ? ind n I i-uiiiitii's, Sjii'i-iul attrnt ion plven'to thc Collection of Clan ir, I !\a ni ii ia iii ni nf Titi****, and pn paring Ai-ij.-i.'i- awl 1>? ? Sii|ili.|ui'Mtai-y tn ni law >i - i acgollato leann, -''ll luriudundi ral ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 24 August 1898

'-* ?nMvFmr Published bverv Wednesday ?bt? I.ARejLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS *1 C-l inch for first insertion, auel 00c. foi* each continuance thereafter Impure blocd is an enemy to health, and may lead to serious disease, ood's Su-saparilla conquers this enemy and averts danger. DEMOCRATIC TICIOJT. Election Xoccmber o', 1898. TOR CONGRESS, j. M. QUARLES, _OfSto.nton._ Democratic Speaking. Judge J. M, Qusrles, Democratic nominee for Congress frota the Tenth District, will address the people of this county on the issues of the canvass cn Monday, September 5th, court day. - me a rn EDITORIAL NOTES. Tbe names of either Dewey or Schley would ornament any Democra'ic ticket. Yes, Fitz Lee is going back to Havanca and Blanco will not be ho busy to receive him either. Congress will not do its full duty if it fails to provide for making Bear Admiral Dewey an admiral. Sampson may, thanks to pull, a rank Schley as'Rear Admiral, but be doesn't rank bim in public estimation. Senator Plat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 24 August 1898

JUDGE J-ETCHER. Colonel S. H. Letcher Appointee! Judge Of The Thirteenth Circuit. Colonel S. Houston Letcher 1ms been appointee! by Governor J. Huge Tyler as Judge of the Thittecntli Judicial Circuit, vice Judge William McLaugh? lin, deceased. The following telegram was received here Monday announcing thc appoint? ment ct afr. Letcher: East Radi usn,Va., Aug. '2'2, 1898. Te lt', ll. Witt: Have just t rdered commission to be issued lo Senator Letcher to succeed the la agented Judge McLaughlin. J. Hour. Tyi.bk. Mr. Tucker May Be One Of The Peace Commissioners to Sit at Parin Soon. A dispatch from Washington says: It is rumored at the State Department that ox-Congressman Tucker, of Vir? ginia, who was a member cf the House Foreiiafn Committee may be appilintel as the- Democratic member of the Peace Commission. He is now a professor at Lexington and is a gold mau. The salary of a member of the commission is $25,0(10, and all expenses paid in ro ing to and coining from Paris, and ac? com...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 24 August 1898

WHYTHEY STOPPED. Clajk and Randolph streets. A man in a long groy overcoat st ped and looked intensly upward. His gaze appeared to be directed the roof of a tall building directly c posite. Two men stopped and began to lo in tbe same direction. A moment later several others joini them. Bnseiness men hurried along th sidewalk on ths way to their offices o stores were seized with like curiosity and stopped short to gets witif th< others. "What's the matter?" "What is it?" "What's the excitement*," These questions flew from lip to lip, but nobody seemed able to answer, "Move on, here!" exclaimed a police? man, /What are you blocJrin' np ihe walk for?' But the crowd was too big to be dis m persed. Dy a single policeman. "Say!" asked the officer, forciner 1 ii way to the center of the throng and grabbing the man in the gray ?reivost, "what are you all lookiui at?" "I'm not looking at anything," re? plied the other, without lowering his head. "IVc got a stiff neck, and I always...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 31 August 1898

I - gazette. lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, August 31, 1898. *{ $1,50 a Ye. r ?fjff vii I p|? ? R,.ti i Wi ir i. / ? ? roiling. ? - r.li. J : ; ol thc 'j i DI - ian j 1 - j j 1! | m* j ! i A-1 |<*tcd look, ut a i.v boya.' arc liol wc ha. Lad hem mid ? Yu ? Br I ug 1 u 11 iiinl __'-?; tl. tn ? ell hm afraid to ree ? tter -1.'."- - ies' Shoes and Oxfords.^ .hat wa carried over a hip lot rc are heavily uto I m.m.--?Kita val nea - and we arc cutting the j.ii.lown to col respoi {l. < f-xfor - : Lai ?? lind ; | cr pair, aro .-|>.. i.'i.i\ (too I. ai(iit>iu__; i.iiiuiuiiii nts. fi. '.'j. to "'" . el vatil, V.tl. LAi .' and niljin tun< i ol V. hiti (.la F/IX.*. \ KfDOLOVEH Elbow J. | th M ??? Kid Ulo. Wc- are dpterminpil ?M 1 .UL, Ut Ll UHllllli Mil tll.it lim s lU't I I I'..I.'.' . Wl.v: * CO \f. f%. if \ a .-<tlil\ii< ,,l of it. I j * WILL BUY A NICE , BUG',/ AM) \ GEN! EEL i pet of Harness __...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 31 August 1898

TUE GAZETTE, Published bybby Wkdnksuay BARCLAY AND COMPANY 'LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS 91 inch for Ant insertion, ami 50c. for continuance thereafter DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Kin Cnn \,ive,ii/>er 8, ISM. FOI. "CO-MiREHS, M. QUARLES, Of Staunton. Vou will not know how much goi Hood's Sarsaparilla will do you un you try it. Ruy a bottle to-day ai begin to take it. Democratic Speakinc Judge J. M. Qaaries, Democrat! nominee for Congress from tbo Tent District, will address the people of thi county on the issues of the canvass o Monday, September 5th, court dar. THE DAILY SPECTATOR. Colonel R. S. Turk, of the Stauntni Siieetntor ami Virulieator, ha*, tmrebam cd the teaahJaes and good will oi thc lit curd and is now publishing a daily morning edition of the Spectator. The Daily Spectator is well edited and neat? ly printed, and is one of our best ex? changes. JUDGE LETCHER PRESS. AND THE MOCKIXGIIAM GETS THE JUDGESHM'. At least it's a "case of half and half, Judge Houston Letcher's mother ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 31 August 1898

00__V> DUST SOMET l^ftkngP of thc an ? *?*?t OlWlRTT i ? i ukH. SNU_tia*_aar*ei -.>m. pouiui !____. .14*. All (rro-crn. M. '? on y ma thk lt. K. rtmnixK rcnPAi_ Oblct-**., at l_oul?, Kew Yoik. Boatoa. rti____li Charles E. McCorkle I Is a Candidate For The-Seat ol Judge Letcher in The State Senate. Ti,., r castle Hernia Bays: Chas. E. MeCotUe, Esq., ol Rockbridge, is a candidate foxtbe seat in the Senate ol Virginia ni:i^_fcMc.int by the appoint? ment nf Hon. s^%T_rtrlitT lo succeed Judge Mcbanghtin, of the Thirteenth Indicia] Circuit Mr. McCorkle waa h candidate before the senatorial conven? tion it Lexington when Mr. Letcher waa nominated foi thc Senate from thin senatorial district, and came within eighl votes of n reiving the nomination. .Mi. McCorkh waa educated at Wash? ington and Lil University, and ia b ancceasfnl farmer Ihringnear Lexington, ami baa always been a lifelong, loyal Democrat. Hi wonld make a mosl worthy successor in the State Senate to thc ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 31 August 1898

_v u; I aiENT. Ai'Vi ? limn 911( v indei 11 1 _ ? i ? ?rid lll.Yl | . . ? lc in all b ?vide nil tin i .[tii]'I ihe i; . 1 ii" . id tl ii ug i t< altogetii' Spain 1 . eui era . rec. ton i of ours! tie value of Ai ?? r I han any ot her Rcoord. i DKVERSATION.f j er of 1896 a hand- ' d woman paid :t rtu Side s.x-ietv in due lime .; wits given by the io, to make her Vlsi* with her western troted was the genia] Beatty. He wai. io road) and donning iras soon al tho party ? I to the visitor, and il b s ood fortune a the ev. ning to have ha ? uvcr tin- vel . "ir.-c of the COU-J Think asked .Mr. Heath be followed. . .. .ci:;.l traveller." bl iu a moment of . ii. ni ...Ie this remark: - I'lnmercial travollera do be9l -in i- ty." ? word had hardly left Beatty replied, '? Titi y either" waa carried on .a ll. r j diifereol channels. All TOT INDEED. .?: Newa . sys: "The d':, ev ? ? i girl kii ? ila soldier good ... dip.?t vMth the remark; IE yon. stand up for Colona lo.' hia ba be repli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 7 September 1898

V ?*-; # \r \ JL __? GAZETTE. /()! No. 36 sxington, Eockbrklge County, Virginia. Wednesday, September 7, 1898. <| $1,50 a Year WHiHTONAL < Vi li 1>S. ViVton**' m?M Attorney at Law. ^, I i \ no i on V _. ?liv* ; . -L.A .thu If* LaziNfl i'N \ \. ROBERT CATLBTT ?"-?-?""v-at Law Jas.E.Heck, I ? m.ki: in n ;sec _1.r.Mvii luv V ?? T. SHIELDS Attorney ai-i.,iw Lexington, Va. BN. BELL, Attorney at Law L.mmio.v, Va. Will ji; act iee in the court-of Kock bridge and adjoining counties. Special attention Riven to the collection of claims. Ofllce in Dol.l Building. J.' Paisioa Mooch. Fuank Moon. MOORI ft MOOHK. Attrnmejs at Law and Notary PubUc, Lkmnoios, Va. Will practice in Rockbridge and adjoining counties. Special attention given to the Collection of Claims, Examination of Titles, and pa paring Attracts and Deeds. Suplcmentarj- to our law haslnesa, WS will acgotiate loan., sell farinsainl mineral lands. We now have on hand for sale, a number of the finest far...

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