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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 21 December 1898

.ii" rr mi" lill iii li?J**"i___________l___________>J*li THE GAZETTE PCBLISHBD KVEKY WBDJI ISDt/* ?BY? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS *1 OSc nch for first insertion. a_nd 50c. for ec ontnufu_.ee thereafter_ ?. i ? **? EDITORIAL NOTES. Fitz. Lee's Christmas dinner, al hi Baranna headquarters, will be an en jo\able event, even if Blanco didn stay to attend it. 5 im* As Col. Bryan went into the army t fight, and the fighting is all over, ther is nothing surprising about hie resign ation. There are several million voter who agree with Col, Bryan in thinkinj that his time can be put in much bet ter than commanding a regiment i, garrison. "Teddy" doesn't only jump aroune lively himself, but he keeps all thi New York Republicans jumping, an. guessing. If the band dosen't plaj "There'll be a hot time in thia ole State next year," at his inauguration,^ will overlook a bet, f| Spain ii puting up a very good imi? tation of being dissatisfied with thc selling price of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 21 December 1898

NEWS IN BRIEF A Cyclorama Showing The Move-meal Of Otu-People Ami Their .Friends. ISTERESTTNQ PER* NALS. Pithy News Items Gitan All Ore Thc Town by Our l.< >ork_r. Hon. (r. I>. Letcher is i Harrison burcr, Miss Grace A. Parker, of Raphine. is visiting Mrs. Charles K. Newman. Miss Mary, Wright is visiting friends ia Staunton. Miss E. Kathryne Skinner,of Dayton Ohio, was tho guest Sunday of the Misses Fuller. Gilbert A. Rhodes i. at Buchanan Visiting hie father. Judge S. H. Letcher is in Hick mond. dnid-is .ULA. Gibbs and wife, of Raphine, have gone on a visit to Iho city of Mexico, where thev will spend the winter. Tbe public schools of Lexington will close Friday evening for the holi daya-and resume again Tuesdav, Jan. 3, '09. J. L. Deaver. of Knoxville, Tenn., left Sunday lor his home after spend? ing several days with his father, C. F. Denver. Misses Gertrude and Clara Irvine, who have been visiting their brother, W. A. Irvine, returned yesterday t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 21 December 1898

THE C^BAl* GOVUBNOBS. As staled in the Gazbttb of that day, formal announcement waa made at th. War Department Deo. 18 that Gene? ral John It Brooke had been appoint* ei military governor of tne Island oi Cuba. Major Geuaral Fia Lee will bc military governor of Barana province, and General Ludlow civil and military governor, or, more properly speaking, mayor of Hay ana city. JSach of tha six provinces of Cuba will hare ita own military governor, just aa Gan. Wood ia now military goternor of tha prorince of Santiago, bnt all these will receive their instructions direotlv from Major General Brooke, who is ia supreme authority on tha island. Thus, .in Bm vena General Ludlow will be governor of the eily, but answerable to General Lee, the gorernor of the province of Havana, who in turn will be answer? able to Major Brooke, the governor of the island, UNWISE BLAMfl. It is with men as with trees; if yon lop off their finest branehas,inio which tbey were pouring their young liles** juice, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 28 December 1898

V1I.*-" 1MB Gazette. Vol.94. Nc. 42 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, December 28, 1898. ^ Sl.50a.Ymr , SHOOT^ebtetshI?AME I PETERS LOADED SHILLS STRONGER, CLEANEST, QUICKEST. PETERS METALLIC CARTRIDGES -WON WORLD'S RECORD. Askfbr Sportsman's Handy Book, FREE, THE PETERS CARTRIDGE CO., 246, 248, 250 MAIN ST., Cl NCI N NATI, O Any Lady or man, who will take order1, for our Leg? horn Hen Food in their vicinity, GAN GET A GOLD WATCH, FREE Our food increases yield of eggs, and keeps fowl in good health. We are making liberal offers to agents in order to get more people to using our food. On receipt of 50c. ?-e will send,.postpaid, a regular $1.00 size box, with which you can begin to take orders at once. Pamphlet, with more information about hens, sent on receipt cl s.l_-addres.ed, lumped envelope. Address LcghornFoodCo.(i3G__F )__k*ton,Ma__s. MONTHLY jj SUFFERING. ?""Thousands of women are troubletl at monthly inter? vals with pains in the head, back, breasts, shoulder...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 28 December 1898

THE GAZETTE PUBLI^UKD BVEItY Wui-_<SSW-/ ?BV? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS fl (Ne uch for first Insertion, aad 50c. for cab ontnuance thereafter EDITORIAL NOTES. We notice that tue Bo ker Washing? ton type of negro never does any com? plaining about his treatment in the South. |Anxious as the Bepublican leaders are to avoid an extra session in the spring, they oould not get Congress to lessen its usual Christmas recess fl f It ia aU very well to prepare for eros sing a bridge before it is reached. Some of the Senatorial fights prom? ise tobe decidedly interesting, and to furnish more good argument in favor of electing Senators by direct vote ol the people. Republican abuse of Col. Bryan in? dicates that tbey fear him now just as mu.h as tbey did in 1896. The man who is willing to bave tbe blame for any of his shortcomings sad? dled on a woman is ac almighty poor sort of a mao. There Ts much fear in certain quar? ters that Governor "Teddy" really in? tends to k...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 28 December 1898

NEWS IM BRIEF A Cyclorama Showing The Movcmonti Ol Our People And Their Friends. INTERESTING PERSONALS. Pithy News Items Gleaned All Ova The Town by Our Reporter. Wm. Ruff, of Bluefield, W. Vs., ie visiting his lather, Wm. A. Ruft. Dr. J. M. Lively, of Hinton, W. Va., is visiting Mrs. J. C. Boude. Miss Jose Nothuigel, of Staunton, is visiting friends here, Miss Susie Wilson is in Charlotte_.<* tille visiting Mrs. J. S. Patton. Edward Senseney, of Roanoke, is the guest of his fa' hr _?_ James M. Ssoseney, W. H. Stokes, an attorney of Welch, W. Va., is visiting friends here. Charles Fuller, of Birmingham, Ala., is at home tor ihe holidays. The Misses Ford, of Martinsville,Va., are risiting Mrs. H. H. Myers. Mrs. F. C. Bowers, of Greenville, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Sallie Seale. Miss Lillie Jordan is spending the Xmas holidays at Blaekaburg. Charles M. Boogher, of St. Louis, Mo,, is here spending the holidays with hrs father, E. N. Boogher. Mr. R. T. McLeod, of the Audi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 28 December 1898

amiiYit tt?"tr~" taSTIA_\ i.NDEA. ol'. I Voting i'oojile's Weekly, j T. .pic, Jan. I: The Angel iPresem for the New Tear. It is ene thing to recognise tl; An^cl pr. feenceand quite another I follow its guidance We choose th dangerous pnth hoi borau.e vie ar blind bnt because ve are willful. Th count)* ss go:..! resoli-tn nw formed ene New Year's day prove, tbat most of u see on the threshold of the year radiant form beckoning us into u reigi where the horizon is wider and the ai purer. But when the-way along whiel the Angel lyads us to these bette things, lies ttrough the de.ert, w often faint and falter and draw back By day the Israelites sawmoviDgba ' fore them a pillar of cloud, a restfu sight rn that land of tropic Bun bli I By night a pillar of flame lifted ifsell against tho shadows, and still leal th. inarch. To-day God's manifestation cl himself varies according to our needs. The angel presence in the sickroom is unlike that which steps beside a yoting knight just forcing hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 4 January 1899

Oo rfftoo .\t>v \M*?* j il i a < Vol. 95. No. 1 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, January 4. 1899. i $1.50 a Yenr CHRISTMAS Thoe a"hinery n:anon .s now c-TC-r, anil I have turned my attention tot and filled wt store-room full of fresh goods, including all sorta of C liri., tm ?goods, snell as? Raisins, C'ocoanuts, Figs, Citron, Currants, Nuts, Full Assortment of Candies, Staple and Fancy Groceries purchased in Philadelpha and other cities. It will pay you to se r_iat a ham some stock of goods I am carrying before you by elsewhere. ie*We are still selling the best unce Fodder Yarn at lO^cts. RomQITlhor that you cnn Imy a ggy, Carriage, or arness ns chen Call and see me at the old stand, corner of ain snd i stu els. W F. PIERSON. Don't forget. that we are still handliflg'thc fWw And it has probed tue mest satii-factory piece of machinery ever in? troduced in this part'of Ihe country. The only objection \*e have to il is that we so seldom hare a c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 4 January 1899

**__!___' gaSBRS1 POBU81_tBl> bvsbt WsdwssdL/ ?BX? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVEHTISEJifBWTS $101 neb for first lnaertioa and 50c. for t ont nuance thereafter_ EDITORIAL N0T1S. Bon Platt took the muzzle off io enough for Chauncey Depew to mt an expansion ipe' ch at Buffalo, Col. Bryan was right when he ii that vital questions cannot be killed buried. Rati'y the treaty, but light expi lion to the last ditch, has been adopt as a platform by many Demoerats. Unleu it diflew from all its praise son, the ligar consumers will pi the exensss of the fight on tbe iugi trait. Jt wai markedly unjust to allo Gen. Miles to retain hil pontion i Command* r of the army during tl war, while depriving him of all aetui authority. "Little Billy" Cbadler'i squat against the nie of money in Ne* Hampshire polities indioaiei a fear thi he may be outbid when the Senator ship ii put up. Boss Quay will not start th Haw Year with any more oertainity of hii teelection to tho Sonata tban he hie o: a v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 4 January 1899

NEWS IN BRIEF. A Cyclorama Showing The Movements Of Our People And Their Friends. INTERESTING PERSONA LS. Pithy News Items Gleaned All Over The Town by Onr Reporter. Miss Ollie Parker, of Saunton, is the guest of Miss Pea?l Boude. Miss Annie B. "White has returned from a visit to Philadelphia. A. G. Rhodes, of StanDardsville, is visiting his brother, F. P. Rhode?. Mrs. F. C. Bowers returned to her home in Greenville to day. Mrs. Thornton Whaling is visiting relatires in C olurabia, S. C. Balph Guun, of Philadelphia, is visit? ing relatives in this county. Mrs. B. B. Witt spent Xmas with friends in Buena Vist*, Col. I>a*rid D. Price was in town on Thursday lari J. Sjott Moore has returned from a trip to Weaton W. Vs. Capt. J. P. Moore Las returned from New York where he spent the holi? days. Mrs. James H. Paxton, of Buena Vista, is visiting her brother, Mr. Frank Gla sgow, in Bichmond. Mi?8 Fannie White has returned from a visit to Miss Mary Kyle Effiu ^er, io Baltimore. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 4 January 1899

PRISE SILVER. The fight of 1896 for the Chieagc platform in which free silver coinage wa .'made the lea-ling ame wai I triumph over the forces of corruption and greo I that had weakened and dis* honoreJ .he Democratic party. We believe that Bryan * as the real choieo of a majority of the u bought and in? dependent people of th*** .ountry. The education of the people in that canvass the more vatnable and suggestive edu? cation smoothen by the rapid growth of trusts and the increasing poverty of the laboring and producing dais, give the strongest reasons for the belief that the noit contest will result in a Democratic victory. But it must be waged honestly and aboveboard on the same linss as in 1893. There mutt be no equivocation or deeeii The people must be dealt with frankly. Whether right or wrougf that the large majority of the Democrats ara for tha Onicago platfsrm is patent, and the majority should rule. Just now the gold men are exultant. They proclaim that ail ver is dead. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 11 January 1899

O* ca ' THE LEXINGTON C^zETTE. -fl ???< I iii iii IITH'. Vol.95 No*'2 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia* Wednesday, January ll, 1899, ?{ $1,50 a YeM Thoo aohineoy nason ia now oxer, and I Lave turned my attention in my Grocery Department and filled my etore-room full cf fresh goods, including all sorts of Christmas ?goods, Knoll ns? Raisins* 4^o?oanuts, Fips Citron, Currants, Nuts, Full Assortment of Candids, Staple and Fancy Groceries, purchased in Philadelpha anti other cities, it will ] ay you to U -.mi B hand? some stock of goods I am earning 1 afore you by elsewhi re. t&-\\e uro still Belling the best ance Fodder Yuin al 10?cts Rflmcmhfln that you can buy a ggy, Carriage, or arneas as cheap nememueia. tvclfromi;u, Call and .-ce me at the old stand, corner of aili .and onr i (reeta W- F. PIERSC -. Don't forget. that we are still handling (lu & Tornado FODDER Cutte ll And it ha? proved tue mest satisfactory piece of machinery ev.r in? trodu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 11 January 1899

:?' HE G AZ Bl"IE Published kvkky Wxdi.bsd-/ ?BY BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS fl Of pei nch for first InBertloo, n-nd 50e. for e<*a_t continuance thereaftt-c_ EDITORIAL NOTES. Col. Watterson did not onginite the idea of non.ina'io}. Dewey and Lee, in 1900, but he ia vigorously pushing it. Our Hag bas be_>n formally raiaed over Cuba, but it will be hauled down as soon aa Cuba has a stable govern? ment. "It baa been theooaat of onr nation tbat light makes might. Shall we abandon the motto of the republic and go bock a century to the monarchial motto, wbieh asserts that might makes right?"?Col. Bryan. 'Our nation haa a mission, bnt it is to liberate those who are in bondage, aot to place ahacklea upon those who are atruggbng to be free."?Colonel Biyan, It seems tbat Br'er Wanamaker's last political investment waa in the ."also ran" olaas. John Sherman ia a millionaire, bnt aa he no longer baa an office or an prospect of getting one he ia missrebl. Poli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 11 January 1899

?costs so little the mite is never missed. THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago. 8L Louis. New York. Boston. PMladslpbla. mtmm Let's Get Acquainted YOU Want Shoes. WE Need Money. Let's Trade! Specials. Good uulaundried Shirts for men, full size, double back and front. You have paid fifty cents for no better shirt,. Extra value, men's unlaundried Shirts, all-linen bosom, Fruit of the Loom muslin, made after the dollar sort, while they last. Ladies' heavy, dull finished Gum Shoes,. 39c. 50c. 50c. $3.50. 75c. 50c. We are cleaning out a lot of odd sizes in ls. mmtaa0Q lini. gyirAgio.i Hats and Caps. If your size is among them il rovw i/utl inUllVy* Good wool Over r\(\g. Men's dull finished Gum Boots,. School Umbrellas, fast colors, natural handles,. Extra value, Ladies' Corsets, white or grey,. We carry Thompson's Glove Fitting and R. AG. Corsets in all 6izes Cut prices on all Winter Underwear to close out. and Undershirts,. If your feet need covering, be you lady, maid, man, boy or baby...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 11 January 1899

HB PiNCtffcl) HER. A well known archbishop of Dui lin was, towards tl* end of bia iif' afflicted bj his abs'nce of mind, the led often to start mg developmtnti Tho most devout of men?tlie best c husbands? he figured in on* anece dote that might have got a less wei known pietist into truu1 ie Ii was a a dinner given by tl e ord lieutenan of Ireland. In the midst of ti.* dinner th* oom pany was startled by seeing th* arch bishop rile from hil beat, looking pal* and 'agitated, and crying: "It bai come?it haa come!" "What haa come, your grace?" eag orly cried half a down voic** Iron different part* of tbe table. "What I haye been expecting foi some year*?a stroke of paralysis,' solemnly answered th* archbishop. "1 have been pinching myself for the past two minute* and find my leg entirely without sensation." "Pardon ne, my dear archbishop," said the hostess, looking up to him with a quizzical smile, "pardon ma for contradicting you, but it i* I that yon have been pinching*" HIGH LIGHTS....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 18 January 1899

THE LEXINGTON Vol.95. No. 3 Lexington, Roekbridgo County, Virginia. Wednesday, January 18, 1899. J $1,50 a Year tllft ^rT'!^ Hie whiner; bcmh n is now orc-r, and I have turned my attention ton Grocery Department and filled mj store-room full of fresh goods, including all Roils of Christan ?goods, snell as? Raisins, Cocoanuts, Fi^s, Citron, Currants, Nuts, Full Assortment of Candies, Staple and Fancy Cwroceries. purchased in Philndelpha and other cities. It will pay you to se ,- ia) a hand some stock of goods I am earning before you by elsewhere. AST We are still selling the best once Fud der Yarn at 1 (tye tu. Romamhoh that vou eau lmv a ggy, Carriage, or arness as chea] nemem?eras ever from nu. Call and see me at the old stand, coiner of ain and en ** j- oin ( ts. W? F. PIERS m Don't forget that we are still handling the And it has prove d tao | mest satisfactory piec of macLinery ever rn i trodnced in this part of the country. The only objection ^o have to il j ie tbat we so seldo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 18 January 1899

t tmi, ?min ir -I f-*- m-mJi*-1 w--jtl 1 > i iiSHiirtl11 THE GAZETTE Peatisato itibt (Wimntsiius - HY? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS HMpc noli for Bret Insertion ?"d We. for eeal continuant u thereafter EDITORIAL NOTES. He would be a poe r D mocrat, ia deed, who imaginea that t1 e c)>ancei of ihe party to win. next year, will b( improved by dhidingi into factions. ; The authority to declare principles for tho Democratic party is vested only in a national convention. The principles declared by tho Chicago con? vention will stand as those of tbe Democratic party until the national convention of 1P0O acts. It is something new for a governor's message to deal with national and in? tel national matters, but the writer was a very new governor; and, knowing tbat he knows it all, was bound to share some of his knowledge with others, Adnvral Dewey will be retired next Drcember. unless Congress exempts bim from the law, and should be be inclined to tnter polit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 18 January 1899

SOMETHING NEW Ixinje package of the world's beet cleanser fora nickel. Still greater economy in Ipi.m:]. I package. All grocers. Made only by THE If. K. FAIRBANK COMPAJfY, Chicago, Bt. Louis, New York, Boston, l'hllmlelpljli Let's Get Acquainted YOU Want Shoes, WE Need Money, Let's Trade! Spt finis. I Good nnlaundried .Shirts Tor nun, full size, donble back ami front. You have paul fifty cents for no better shirt,. Extra vallie, nun's nnlanndried Shills, all-limn bosom, Fruit ef the Loom muslin, made after thc dollar sort, while they last. Ladies' heavr, dull finished Qnm Shoes,. Men's dull finished Qnm Coots,. School Umbrellas, fast colins, natural handles, 39c. 50c. 50c. #2.50. . tar' tr Extra value, Ladies' Corsets, white or grey,. k/\ "Wc carry Thompson's Glove Fitting and R. &G. Corsets in all sizes. ? '"'? ? Weare cleaning ont ? lol of odd size- in lt .,,.?,.,,,, j//.,. Hate and Caps. If yonrsiaeis among them iL oUVtSH (/Ott tilOiiCj/. Cut prices on all Winter Unde...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 18 January 1899

CURIOUS FACTS. No bird of prey bas the gift of song. Whales aro never found in the Gulf Stream. The smallest humming bird weighs twenty grains, Female frogs have no voice; only the the males can sing. A flea's mouth is placed eaaetly be? tween his fore legs. The highest mountain ia Europe is Mount Blane, 15,732 fee*. All birds thtd live on seeds aro fur? nished with strong gizzards. Wild birds do not ning mote than eight or ten weeks in the year. Thero are more muscles in the tiil of a rat than in a human hand. A Turkish turban of the ^largest size contains from ten to twenty yards of the finest and softest muslin. To be perfestly proportioned it is claimed that a man should weigh twenty-eight pounds to every foot of his he:ght. The deepest well on cur Atlantic coast is said to be it the silk works near Northampton, Mass., ite depth is 3,700 feet. Tho leaders of a flock of migrating geese become tired sooner than the others, and are frequently i elie ired by their fellows. The lette...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 25 January 1899

Vol.95. No. 4 ii, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, January 25, 1899. nj $1,50 a Year Tho achinery season is now aros, and I have turned my attention to my (grocery Department and filled my stofre-room full cf fresh goods, including all torte of ( hristmas ?goods, hnell rio? Raisins, Cocoanut^ Figs, Citron, Currants, .Nuts, Full Assortment of Candies, Staple anil Fancy Groceries, purchased in Philadelpha and other cities. It will payyou to Be r_aai a hand? some stock ol goods. I mn carrying before you by# elsewhere. JBSr Wc arc still selling the best unce Fodder Yarn at Ktycte, p L_r that you can buy a ggy, Carriage, or arness as cheap that you can buy a as ever from me. Call and see nie at the old stand, corner of air arid en **> streets. w -w i) Don't forget that wo are still handling the ER Culte* And it ha. proved tin mest s-atij-fact.i v *,i.c. of machinery evtr in? troduced in this part*of Ihe country. The only objection v. e have to il ie that avg so aeldo ha...

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