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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 16 November 1898

__?i-.h-i**__-_-H).tp- - ?_.-__**?*?********???*?? THE GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVKKY WkD-.KM.AT ?HY? BARCLAY AM) COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS .*1 09* inch for first insertion, ami 5Uc. for e-ah e-uutinu-Uice thereafter EDITORIAL NOTSS. Pingrce and Burrows can now fight to a finish, without fear of its effect on the voters. History never hos and never will re? cord tho permanent ruling of superior race by an inferior race. Let's see, what part did Czar Reed play in the campaign just closed? 16 Thomas a doubter of the administra? tion? Ohio Republicans holding office at Washington, were made to contribute tfG.000 to the Republican State cam? paign lund. It may bo necessary to remind some gentlemen tbat the Democratic party does not need a new is'Sue for tbe Presi? dential campaign, "The Service Men of tho Spanish War" is the rather long name of an organization, intended to embrace all volunteer.-, started at Lexington, Ivy. Now tbat tho Congressional elec? tions are over, the aelministratie...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 16 November 1898

GOLD DIST ^ DISHES WASHED Gold Dust doe;s i Morning, no..11 mid night. Makes all dull things bright. Housework* a delight with 0*6 L' It pives to an humble hoir Kr i. nb alike require. It's womat |j Ml N. K. -_.IKB-_.Ji COJJPA.Nf, CM [ijggjjjjjjj.Jjj.j.jjjjjj.-**--; WEARE To show you New Fall marked, ready 1 Come and see our line: We lit Heads tin tl Feet. Ol A COMING MARRIAGE. The marriage of Miss Margaret Preston Allan, oldest daughter cf Mrs. Elizabeth P. Allan, ol this place, to Mr. Hamilton Smead Powell, of Cam clou, Ark., is announced. The ceremony will be performed at the- residence of Mrs. Allan, Wednesday. November 2.'_rd, at high noon. Mr. Powell is a graduate of Wash ington aiul Lee University Law School, and in a member of the Camden bar. THANKSGIVING SERVICE. Thursday, November 21th. will be observed as Thanksgiving Dav. As has he-en thc custom for several years thc stores e.f Lexington will be eli Bed on that day. Religious servie-es will be held in the Presbyterian eh...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 16 November 1898

SATAN S LITTLE JOKE, Satan smiled grimly. ?'Tou say you died before yon had a chance to pay your election bet?1' he inquired. "Yes," responded the latest arrival, "and I'm all broken np because of that fact. Tou see it was such a grand ?PP*v^____t4f t? becomo notorious. I'm sure _Lo ne .repapers would have print eel columns of harsh words about m..'' "And f_hat," inquired the Comp? troller o' tbe Cloven Hoof, "what wats the nature of tho wager you expected to pay." "I had to scorch on a bicycle up and down the aisle," responded the ama? teur punishment recoi vcr, "and make faces at the preacher during the entire church services." "Oh, well, don't distress yourself," said the Connoisseur of Hot Coals, extremely "reassuringly: "after you hare scorched in one of the lowest depths for a timo I'm sure you will make a plentitude of faces,and,although we are somewhat shy on newspapers here I will see to it personally that you are properly roasted." Again Satan smiled grimly. WINNIE DAVIS'S...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 23 November 1898

LEXINGTON Vol. 94. No. 37 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, November 23 . 1898. <\ 81,50 a Year ?mm vim I if/_v nt ? nt i_*-_.irvr 4v-i, daq? p-iv linn- IiI/a if in rnilitur? affaira of mod-' ( i Be In i im? Do net wait until tin.- cold blasts of Winter forces voil to Uty i" JTOUT Winter Groods, Come' right along and elo your baying now, while you cnn gel full 40-inch Clintons ut (!_[ anti BgOts. eif eaeeptJonal quality, far better than you ever heard of at these prices; aud ten Inches wider. We hare Cantons in abundance, from 5 to islets, per yard, both in bleached and unbleached. Underwear Shoes. OUIt READY MA DH WINTER UNDER WEAR Is dow (Maning In?of rare quality for the price. We carry a full line in all gradee for Men, Won en and Children, aad i t prices in reach of nil. Winter Wraps \\ o aro dally expecting .mr Wluti i Wraps. It ba well known fact thai we carry the beet lin.-of Winter Wraps ? ver shown or sold In this town, and wo will .con be ron lj to off...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 23 November 1898

I_u ? .. ' I Vc . hey with refen other ? en her an ? ?? th .- (hi historj ol Uri world. Prom thirteen thinly popu? lated Hates in 1770, she ? to ocean, with a popnlation of tn i ? dllioDj of ju'eiple', and and internal weall i at Hud no ? s( rees aad : ?.. This hus bi on done by a ? ii, and who ;. thal it waa not mainly through eif the immortal Washington to avoid entangling nlli with foreign countries. Perhaps lie' tli' i the vulgar greed ol gain thal would grow op among-L som. of the people, a greed th reaches for a supposed common v atage by appropriating tho I r numberless gronp of isli li i er encl of (he world it bas been said that colonial gov? ernment [dons oan control the <. voile.. England has a c .; ,- i govern ? England prac ket of tbe world, but when we consider that England's ad lent in the past hundred years I been comparable with that of the United States, the idiocy of ex ehanging ours for England's is more than apparent Thc pentime-ntal twaddle that where the Am...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 23 November 1898

GOLD DUST GOLD DIST SOMETHING KV larc* packs** of th. world's h**t .Itanwr for a nickel. _*_tll KN-ator economy in 4 pound Vackig*. All KTOcen. Mud. only Ly THI H. K. KA 1KB "IK COMP AWT, Chicago. 8*. Lout*. New York Boitou. P_____d_-P_lc_b WE ARE READY! To show you New Fall Goods. They are here, marked, ready for your inspection. Eve-rvthiii"' in SHOES For Usn, Ladies and Children * "iSftr* Hats and Caps. All styles and prioea. Great line' of Boys' Ciijis,. 26c v.*.' *sj-.;^^__^__^| -Vi('1' Alpine Hilts for Men.$1.00. Come and see our lines. That's the best way. Wc lit Hoaels anel Feel GRAHAM A CO. Slide- Store-. JC. E. OFFICERS. The following officers anel chairmen have been elected to serve the Christ? ian Endeavor Society of Trinity Metho? dist church for the ensuing six mouths: Officers?H. W. Amok", president; W. H. Agnor, vice-president: Miss Mattie Vainer, recording secretary; "W. rv. Kennedy, con-espondingsecretary; J. D.|Varner, treasurer; Miss Lucy Varner, superintendent o...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 23 November 1898

"? ii mini.in.in " ai a? l*"***Ti/1e_ij ADA BMJtAllI STATUE. The celebrated 4 silver statue,"which was on exhibition ut tho World's Fair, and for which it is said Ada Rohan posed, 1b no supposed to bo worth less thau $1,000, ba>.s tho Topeka Journal, although it has always been supp. Bed to bo solid bilver and to havo a value of $30,000. Some time after the World's Fair the iitatuo was brought to Topeka for exhi? bition, and while it was there credi? tors of the Chicago firm which ownod the statue attached it and had a re? ceiver appointed for the property. Those who hare claims against the statue now offer to sell for les9 than $1,000, but the owners do not seem disposed to accept the offer, although they havo been frequently notified of it. This loads to tbe suspicion that the "silver statue1' is composed largely of lead and is not worth 91,000. In the meantime il is kept here in the cellar of Samuel Barnum, Jr., who is the receiver appointed by Judge Haren. WEDDING MONTHS. The...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 30 November 1898

LEXINGTON GAZETTE. Vol. 94. No. 38 Lexington, Rockbridge County, 7irgu_ia. ednesday, November JO 1898 J ttl nft m Voar Be In Time Dobo, bil until thc cold blastsof Winter forces von to lay in your Winter Goods. Come riffh. aloii'r nnd do your buying no, bile you can ii full 40-inch Cantons at BJ snd s.i<-(s. Of exceptional quality, far better than you ever heard of at thew prices; and ten Inchw wider. We have Cantons in abundance, from 5to I2jcts. pcryard, both lu Wenched and unbleached. Underwear Shoes. OVR READY MADE WINTER I'NDEK WEAR Is now earning In?af rare quality for the price. Wo carry a full line In all grades for Men, Wi.ni. n and Childi, n, and ai prlcea In reach of all. Winter Wraps I. ears daily expecting our Winier Wraj a It is a weil known Fact that ire carry the best line of Winter Wraps ever shown or sold in this town, and we will soon be ready to offer you Jackets ami Capes ol all the newest shapes and effects, also Shawls of all Bizes and weights. W.- will i ?...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 30 November 1898

THE G \ZETTE PususHin ivsnx WbdkssdLs ? HY ? BARCLA i' WI. COMPANY LEGAL ADV-BRTIBEMEWTS ftlOfc uiti fer ih.-1 insertion, and 50c. foreah ifter EDITORIAL NOTES, Silver Dernosrats will have no luci coining if tho gold Ktandard Republi? cans succeed in getting their ideas in? corporated in financial legislation by Congress. In fact, such legislation would bo a play into the hands of thc silver men, in its affect upon the cam? paign of 1900. Perhaps "Teddy" is encouraging n scapover the Senatorehip to make room for himself as a compromise can? didate. Gen. Fitz. Lee will probably be in Havana in time for Gen. Blanio to pay him a New Year's eall. The Washington Post has contract? ed the Dana habit of trying to make a man feel small by printing his name as one woid' It has been trying it on Hon. Joseph Bailey, of Texas, by re? hiring to lum as ?'Jobailey." The idea of adding two national holidays to those we have, as remin? ders of the Spanish war, will be en? dorsed by those who are alw...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 30 November 1898

Sold dust Mhich Mai fis the Better^!? The housewife's duties arc hauler than rn _n renli_ c. Cleaning alone is a cot I strength, a never-ended task. More than hali the WOlk of deaning she can have don? for lier, if she " , ' * V/f^riW-f"^^* will, and the expense will be next to nothing UOLDDUST .?*" rn T i QO oilol Powder: Does the better half of clcaiiiut,; does it latter than any other way known; does it easily, quickly and cheaply. Largest package?greatest economy, i THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, I Chicago. St, Louis. Nih-York. Boston. PbUadelptiia. I WE HUE READY! To show you New Fall Goods. They are here marked, ready for your inspection, Everything in SHOES For Men, Ladies ini'l Children We tit lu ads, too, with as Hats and Caps. All styles and prices. Great linc of Boys' Caps,. 2~>c. Nice Alpine Hats for Mell.fl.OQ. Come and see our lines. That's the best way. We lit Heads and Feet. GRAHAM ?fc CO. Shoe Store. THANKSGIVING DAY. Faithful to thc custom that has been handed down...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 30 November 1898

V --!!? ii minmi wry, y., YOUR LOCAL PAPER, Havo You Any Idea of What it Has Done r You. Tho paper has done 50 things for you and is only anxious to do 50 more. It told your lriends when your paj ents were married. It announced to the world when you were boro. lt recc-rded the great events of your childhood, when \ ou were lost as a wandering baby, when you had the meaelrs, and scarlet fever, when you fell into the washtub and nearly drown? ed, when you fell from the cherry tree and broke your collar bone, when you first started to school and when you earned you first prize. Later on it told bow you had com? pleted the studies of the district school and how eloquently you recited your graduating oration. It told of your entering high school or academy. It told of yoiir contests in baseball and tenais. It told of your departure for college or your first ven? ture Ju business. It told of your various tisits back to the old home neighborhood, and it al? ways wished you well iu your gre...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 7 December 1898

THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. Vol.94. No. 39 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, December 7. 1898. <{$L50aYear Be In Time Do not ait until the cold blast., of V intel forces you to lay in your Winter Goods. Com. right along and do your buying no, hilo yon can get full 40-inch Cantons at (i? and 8^cts. Of exceptional quality, far better than vou ever beard ot at these prk**; andI ten Inches wider. We have Cantons in abundance,' from 5 to ltycta. per yard, both in bleached anti unbleached. Underwear Shoes. OUR READY-MADE WINTER UNDER? WEAR Is now coming in?of rare quality for thc price. We carry a full line in all grades for Men. Women and Children, and at prices in reach of all. We aro mady for the Fall and Winter I rade with our Boote and Shoea?a Inlier lineof Children's School Shoes and Women's W inter Shoes than ever before. In fat t, we have most everything in the Shoe linc. ?fr-TAsk to seo our $1.00 Child's Slim', its ? "corker.*' Oorfl.30 Women's Heavy Winter Shoe, i...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 7 December 1898

J t*faamUam*am*m*V>m*^m9matm?''ViltmKT. ***? THE GAZETTE Published evkkv Weunksdc/ BARCLAY A_\D COMPAQ LEGAL ADVE_-TISEMi;.\ i.- $1 0_H_ uch for first insertion, emil 50c. for eah ontnuauc thereafter EDITORIAL NOTES. Mr. McKinley will not lessen his troubles by trying to have one tariff policy for the Philippines and another for Poi to Rico. Chauucoy Depew's unusual silence shows how obedient ho will be to Bosh Plstt when ge gets in the Senate. It would be interesting to know why the Navy Department is bo much opposed to saving either of .those Span? ish warships that Lieuts, Hobson and Young, who have made personal exami? nations, insist could soeasiely be saved Blanco concluded not to wait at Havana until Gen. Fitz Lee could pay him that promised visit, and the gov? ernment of Spain assisted him to toa extent of accepting his resignation aa Captain General of Cuba. The number of lobbyists, already hi "Washington, representing the various claims and interests in and against thi ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 7 December 1898

NEWS JN BRIEF. A Cyclorama Showing The Movement* Of Uur People And Their Friend*. INTERESTING rLUSOXA IA. Pithv News Items Gleaned AU Over The Town by Our l.eportar. Mrs. T.L. Preston is visiting hereon, W. C. Preston, Esq., in Richmond. Fine Carbon photos., suitable for Christmas presents, at M il ey k Son's. James M. Davidson is visiting rela? tives in Missouri. A select lot of line Frames a. Milky hun Son's. Mrs. J. J. Allen, of Botetourt coun? ty, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ed? ward A. Moore. F. D. Coe and J. H. Sherrard Lave returned from a visit to relatives in Bath county. Wi_liam"\Val**, Esq.; lins returned from a visit to his sons, Drs. William and Louis Wak, in Le-ungton, Ky. Kev. Dr. J. A. Quailes preached at tho Baptist church Sunday morning. There were no services at night. Miss Katherine Varner lias returned home after a visit of several weeks to friends in Lynchburg. Gordon V. Houston..principal of thc Valley High Behool, near Spottswood, was here last week visiti...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 7 December 1898

mWSSamm*\mmmWS*m^ YOUR LOCAL PAPER. It tells your people much which you would like to have known, bnt which modesty or necessity preventa you from telling. If you and all your folks have been prosperous and fortunate in your affairs, the papor has boosted you all tho way, If you have had m sfortune, the paper asked for synpathy in your behalf, ?Thoa the paper has rejoiced when you rejoiced and wept when you wept. If you are a good and enterprising citiaen, the paper will always be your friend and will back yeu in your enter? prises and will halp to find your busi? ness friends. It tells you where to buy and where to sell. It tells of rogues to be avoided I It tells you of current prices aud prevents you from being cheated and swiudled in 100 ways, Finally, when you die, the paper will publish your obituary and will cover over your faults and will recite the story of your good deeds. All these things the local editor will cause his paper to do, but no one else in the world will do th...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 14 December 1898

? I THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. Vol. 94. No. 40 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, December 14. 1898. *{ $1.50 a Year Be In Time Po not Ati until the cold blasts nf Wintei forces you to lay in your Winter Gootls. Come right along anti do your buying no, bile yon can get full 40-incli Cantons at (!? anti 8^cts. Of exceptional quality, far bettor than vou ever hean! of at these prices: nnd ten im-hes wider. We have Cantons in abundance, from 0 to lSJcts. per yard, both in Wenched and unbleached. Underwear Shoes. We aro ready for the Fall and Winter trade with our Booie and flhoea?a fuller lino of Children's School Shoes and Women's Winter OUR READY-MADE WINTER UNDER- Shoes than ever before. In fact, we Dave WEAR most everything in thc Mh?'Ii ne. Is now coming in?of rare quality for the I .' Ask to seo our 61.00 Child's Shoe, it's Winter Wraps price. We carry a hill line In all grades for 'Jg-JJ^ Women's Heavy Winier Shoe. Men, AN onun and Children, and at prices in j,, i,ot...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 14 December 1898

THE GAZETTE Published eveuy Wednkbi*.-' ?BY? BARCLAY AUD COMPA_NT ' LEUAL ADYEUTIBEJIENTS $1 Ott, xx eh for first insertion, and 50c. for eah o ntnuance thereafter UNDER THE EQUATOR. The policy of the Advocate is to treat any subject that concerns the public weal, religion, health, good order, temperance, sanitary questions, science, Next to the Church, comes ordered liberty,beBt government. Jesus let fly a sentence that disclosed His opinion of the pretty ruler of His peo p'e: --Tell tbat fox."?Herod. The people had no voice in the government. The crown of Judea was tbe gift of j the conqueror. The Roman Tiberius. ?' The placemen of the Idumean king kept an alert ear and unwilling eye near to tbe great Galilean. Jesus shunned political themes and discour? aged tumults. Judea was not the Italy Of Garibaldi, nor Rome under tho Tar Among Americans, in theory the citizen is the eovereign, and the Cleve? lands and McKinleys are servants. It is therefore, high duty to inform tbe people e...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 14 December 1898

NEWS IN BRIE] A Cyclorama Showing The Moveme: Of Our People And Their Friends iyTVRESTLXG PERSONA LS. Pitty News Items Gleaned All 0" The Town by Our Reporter. Miss Mary Gibbs lian returned frc a visit to Staunton. Dr. H. A. White tilled tbe pulpit the Baptist church Sunday morning. Percy C. Galing is spending a fe days with his family here. N. L. Dold, of Blacksburg, is visitii his mother, Mrs. C. M. Dold. Yvon Pike, of Washington, D. C was the guest this week of hisbrothe: in-law, F. H. Brockenbrough. Dr. F. V. Clarke and George W. Wii will leave tomorrow for Dublin, Texas where they will make their home. Mrs. David Strain is visiting he mother, Mrs. W. B. Mullett, nea Brown sburg. Mrs; Neptune Buckner, of Asheville N. C., is the guest of her mother, Mrs R. L Northern. Miss Lelia Holmes has returnee from Newport News where sho speni several months visiting her brother, H, B. Holmes. Misses Belle Wilson and Grace and Ethel Starko, of near Natural Bridge, were the guests last week o...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 14 December 1898

THE OLEKGT ON THE NEWS PAPERS. A land without newspaper* would be a wilderness. Chicago tried it not long ago foi a lew days, with barren resu'ts and with many misgivings. Last night an eminent local preacher preached a I ermon, noticed in another column, on the influence of the news? paper, his theme was, ''Doti not wis? dom cry In the newspaper?" and hs found his text, of course, in Proverbs. Tue power of ths press as a moral in? fluence was'dwelt upon at length. The daily newspapsr is read daily. The sermon has a weekly office. Journal? ism is not a business, but a profession, and the press is a mond teseher.be eause it provides facts in human life, ihe good and the bad together, the ?oice of warning and the voice of wis dom. Every day the newspaper issuss it at ti sta the fact that the way of the t ransgrsssor is hard. The smart young mao and tue wayward gill who will not ho. d the voice of parental author? ity will read in the newspapsr the de? tails of the result of folly and ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 21 December 1898

THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. Vol. 94. No. 41 Lexington, Iiockbridge County, VirgiiiiaTwednesday,"December 21. 1898. -. SI...Om Year l?Xy..<i<yttCCOOOC<X)QQQOCl<^TOC WE PAV THE FREIGHT AND $15.96 IS S *? ALL IT COSTS. I This 5-picce I ri r __^_ Jf mit, roc1,er,dil I t w < chairs, h ghly polished frame, finished mahog" any, anti uphol? stered in velour or tapestry, largt*.t aize, and suit? able for any parlor in the land, f,5 a* and freight yul anywhere on earth. Such a bargain a. this you have never , seen before, matter how ol 1 you are, and neverwill again, probably, reach the century mark, which we hope you will. Further comment is unnecessary, except that if you want to know of thousands of such bargains, send for our 160-page furniture catalogue, anti if you want carpet at such prices as most dealers can't buy for, send for our ten-color lithographed carpet catalogue, and what you'll find in these two books will teach you something that you'll want to remember lor many ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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