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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 9 February 1898

r U" tsar THE LEXINGTON G^ETTE. Vol 94 No 6 ? Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, February 9, 1898,_ ^ 81,50 a lear mmmm*Tismmssmmmmm FORD'S HOTEL, I Richmond,VaJ Best Location iii the city?adjoining New City Hall m and Capitol Park. Table unsurpassed by any in the South. American or European plans. Mcdowell & ford, >,wners ?>? TS*/K.a,ia.e*,&OT?is Pause'a moment, please! 4 Come and see that celebrated Capital Wagon. It has no equal in the land. Price to suit the times, and we cover it all over with guarantees. As to Buggies, Carriages and Harness we defy all comers and goers to meet our prices. Our trade is rapidly convincing the public of thisfact. Hay, Corn, Oats, Meal, Offal and Chops always kept in our Grocery Department, where you can find a complete line of Staple Goods cheap for cash or trade. Give ml a call and I will provo what I have saidi? "W. J?9 PIERSON. Corner Main and Henry Streets._LEXINGTON, VA Stockmen and Farmers, Your fodder crop is ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 9 February 1898

THE GAZETTE, Publish*!) etsbi Wkdnksdbt ?BY? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS |l per inch for flret insertion, and 50c. for each continuance thereafter. Itfc.T US UKASE OUT THE STATE. Th? Solons of the S ate, now tn tei sicn.ara "where two seasmeet," tossed hither and thither. The needs of the Commonwealth demand economy in expenditure?. The "tested rights" of salines antagonize. We traveled v ith a legislative Lycurgus list week. He confered thtthis fellow statesmen were in the disagreeable condition act icrth by the similitude of "between the ron furnace and the deep sea." They "were in trouble not as other men." On the same train, we had converse Wi h a citizen who had given four years to the study of Virginia and its re aources. He had held a position that gave him accf ss to prime sources of information. He brought forwatd many facts showing loss to the treas? ury. After listening to the admitted im? potence of the]confused ana unhappy SoVns and the clear and virile wor...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 9 February 1898

GOLD DUST._j_GOLD DUST. GOLD DUST ?tmm THE BEST ASHING POWDER Petone.! Brief5. Mr. H. W. Bagley, of Aqua, paid us a pleasant visit this week. ? Miss Templeton, of Fairfield, is the guest of Miss Bessie Adair. Mr. Eldridge Rice spent several days in Roanoke last week. Hon. W. A. Glasgow was in Wash? ington D. C.,-on Thursday last. Miss Lutie Irwin is visiting frienels in Washington, D. C. Mrs. D. E..Strain is visiting her sister in Concord, N. C. Hon. William A. Anderson was in Richmond on Thursday. Mrs. Thornton Whaling is visiting her mother in Columbia, S. C. Mrs. Liggett, of Harrisonburg, is the guest of Mrs, WTm. McLaughlin. Mr. Fred White has returned from a visit to Richmond. We regret to announce the extreme illness of Mr. Alexander Mcclelland, of Springfield. Mrs. Walter Hayworth, of Savage, Md., is here visiting her sister, Mrs. M. p. J. Weaver. Augusta Argus: James A. Frazier and wife, eft Rockbridge, visited S. Brown Allan and family last week. Mr. R. E. Hutton is in Balt...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 9 February 1898

HICKS FOR FEBRUARY. On and touching the 2nd and 3rd look for chango to warmpr, with re? newed tendency to iain and snow. The moon turns southward from her ex tr< mo north point on the 1st, ro tching the celesti tl equator on the 8th, two days after lier full auel in the mid^t of a regular st rm period. About Mon? day, 1 uesday and Weduesday, tho 7 h t? iib, the temperature will rise, tho barometer will tall an I ram and snow stormi will advauce from western to eastern parts of tho country. Higa) wind-* from the north will follow these storms, amount'ng to a cold wave in most p ats. begi nmg in the northwest about tbe 8tb. and spreading over t e country eastward and i-outh.vird by he lltli. A period of unsettled weather will set in aixmt the 12th to 13th. extend? ing* through tho 15th and lGth, and - into ihe Vulcan period central on the 18th. The perturbati n of earth's Vernal equinox begins annually about the"middle of February. The atmospheric tide which will be drawn souihware...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 16 February 1898

ir THE LEXINGTON \T~1 Asl Kira 7 Lexington, Roekbridgo County, Virginia. Wednesday, February 16, 1898. j SL50 a Year T Ole iT*. .M Va t Pause a moment, please! Come and seo that celebrated Capital "Wagon. It has no equal in the land. Price to suit tho times, and we cover it all over with guarantees. As to Buggies, Carriages and Harness we defy all comers and goerB to meet our prices. Ourtrade israpidly convincingthepublic of thisfact. Hay, Corn, Oats, Meal, Offal and Chops always kept in our Grocery Department, where you can find a complete line of Staple Goods cheap for cash or trade. Give me a call and I willproYe what I have said. "W. F PIEiRSON. Comer Maia and Henry Streets._LEXINGTON, VA FORD'S HOTEL, j Richmond,Va.| ? :^>^o<at-<? Best Location in the city?adjoining New City Hall and Capitol Park. Table unsurpassed by any in the South. American or European plans. Mcdowell & ford, Stockmen and Farmers. Your fodder crop is a valuable one, and you should bestow upon i...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 16 February 1898

THE GAZETTE. Pnu.ismo evzkt Wkdnesdbt ?BY? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 pe inch for first insertion, and 50c. for eoe continuance thereafter. THE WAK IS ON. President McKinley has thrown ol the mask ot international bimetali.n behind which he has been concealing himself, and openly accepts as his rub the gold standard dictation of the com? bined bankers and money lenders ol the world,says the Waynesboro Sent nel. The President made this avowal at a Belshazzer feast in New York ob the evening of January 27. Every bond and obligation of the Uaited States, except the silver and gold certificates, declares in the body of the contract that they ace payable in coin. When these obligations were incurred and bonds first issued, the coin of the United States, of the civil? ized world, with the exception of Great ri tain, was gold and silver at a ratio of sixteen or fifteen and a half of sil vc r to one of gold, A concerted movement was made by ile money landers to destroy one-...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 16 February 1898

GOLD DUST. FOR A woman's hai If lt is smooth- and white i save her hand GOLD DI to do her cleaning. If her hand it shows she is still using the Why don't Dust Washi Largest package THE N. K. PAIR Chicago. St Lo Boston. 1 Per5oni\l Brief5. Miss Kate Gibsou,of Highland county, visited the family of Capt. W. F. Pierson several*days last week. Miss Mamie Harris, of liaphine, is visiting Mrs. B. N. Bell. Miss Lucy Shipp, who has been visit ing in Richmond, has returned home on account of the illness of her father, General Scott Shipp. Mr. Alfred W. Wilboura is on a.ten days' visit to Mr. Tate Sterrett, at Bell's Valley. ' Miss Helen Moffett, of Buffalo Mills, is visiting Mrs. W. T. Poague. Mr?. Elizabeth Kirkpatrick is visi? ting friends in Baltimore. She will return home about the first of March. Mr. J. S. Gibbon, of Flumen, spent Thursday intcwn. Miss Evelyn Nelson is the guests Mrs 1 m. McElwee, at the Rockbridge Baths. Mrs. Bartholomew, of Texas is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Wm. M...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 16 February 1898

A TIPPLER'S JOKE. H IA IU JWO J One of the best known men about town, wh*J died r. few years ago, often told a practical joke that was played on him which forever left its mark. The man in question was a great sportsman, and nothing could keep him awa^ from angling and shooting when there wai the least chance to do a good dayV work.' Ie earlier years he was in the habit of going to a little village in Wisconsin famous for its well stocked stream?. A man named Beech kept a little hotel there, and the colonel?we will cad him.that?often put up with him. He arrived thero one night in July and retired aron after supper, de? termined to get a good night'i reit. The landlord was in the bar and some? what woree for what he had imbibed. "I euppoce I can havo my old room?" said the colonel as he shook hands with him. "Certainly, certainly, my boy. Bat you'd have to sleep with the major? you know the major?as the house ie full." There may have been a merry twin k'e in hie eye as he said this, ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 23 February 1898

V THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. Vol. 94. Nc, 8 Lexington, Roekbridgo County, Virginia. Wednesday, February 23, 1898. ?{ $1.50 a Year WILL-BUY A NICE BUGGY and Harness ,_AT-6 PIERSON'S. Here you will find the largest and finest assortment of BUGGIES and CARRIAGES, as well as a full and complete lino of HARNESS cheaper than over ottered on this market. Call and bo convinced. Don't forget wo havo Wagons, Plows, Harrows, and Everything the Farmers Need in this Line. Remember I have not neglected my ? ?s Grocery Department. P ' W. F. PIE RSON. Corner Main and Henry Streets. LEXINGTON, VA. NOW IS THE TIME -TO BUY ALL THE Smooth and Barbed Wire THAT YOU WILL NEED AS THERE WILL Bl Advance in Price on all Wire dioocls March 1st. .WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OX HAND AND WANT TO Protect Our Customers as Long as Possible, and we can best do this by securing your orders as soon as possible so that wo eau be pre pared to gene you by buying a larger stock before the rise comes. How about a Corn Sheller that we...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 23 February 1898

THE GAZETTE. PUBLISH KD BVZRT WKDNKBDBV ?BY BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 p? Inch for first Insertion, and 50c. for eoe continuance thereafter. Thia is a government of the rich fa tho trusts and by the monopoles anc corporation?. An individual has nt more show of justice, before the l*w? an 1 the courts, when he locks hom; with the magnates, than has an ange before the bur of Pluto. Money ii crowned king in society, in courts, io legislative halls, and even in ethics and religion. There has never been a time in the history of th;s country when the liberties of the State and th? rights of the masses stood in greater jeopardy than at present. Our money barons have the retainers of a Warwiok a Hontaguo.or an Oxford,andin league, they seem as domicsnt as the feudal lords who made kings and overturned empire?. The only salvation for the masses is an awakening to the danger which is every year becoming more threatening. The battle for bimetal? lism must be fought and won in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 23 February 1898

GOLD DUST. Which Half i the Bette ? The housewife'a duties are ha realize. Cleaning alone is a const strength, a never-ended task. Mor work of cleaning she can hu ve don will, and the expense will be ni ^01 Does the betti than any othei and cheaply. THE N. I Chicago. Sk Lo Personal Briefs. Mrs. J. L. leaford, who has been the guest of her mother, Mrs. J. V. Grin stead, has returned to her home in Co? lumbus, Ohio. Mr. H. H. Myers and wife, who have been lhe guests of Dr. John D. Myers, at Huntington, W, Va., have returned home. Dr. Thornton Whaling filled the pul? pit of the First Presbyterian church in Lynchburg on Sue day. Miss Ai gyle Tutwi'er is visiting friends, in Lynchburg. Miss Mamie Bickl", of Staunton, is visiting Mrs. R. G. Templet rn, at the Bruce House. Mr. J. H. Whitmore was in Balti? more hibt Wtek on bus nesa. Captain Gerow, of Glasgow, was in town Saturday on business. Mrs. Donovan, of New York, is the guest of Mies Maggie Freeland, She ig visiting her son, Cadet Do...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 23 February 1898

* MR. BRYAN'S PROGRAMME, Mr. Wm J. Brvan ha3 announced that he will not be a candidate tither lor the Senate or the House of Repre? sentatives. Ho has also issued an ad? dress in which he sots forth the nine issues on which the opponents of tbe Republican party should make their con-resiional campaign this year. They are as follow?: "First?-They are unalterably op? posed to gold monometallism. "Second?They demand the immedi? ate restoration of bimetallism at the present ratio by the independent action of this country. "Third?They oppose the retire? ment of thc greenbacks, "Fourth?They oppose the issue of paper money by national banks. s?Fifth?They oppose the issue of interest-bearing bonds in time of peace. "Sixth?They favor the income tax as a mean9 of raising a part of the revenue neceseary to administer the Federal Government. "Seventh?They favor the abolition of trusts. "Eighth?They are opposed to roy ernment by injunction. "Ninth?They are in favor of arbitra tion as a means of ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 2 March 1898

THE LEXINGTON GazETTE. Vol. 94. No. 9 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, March 2, 1898. i 81.50 a Year WILL BUY A NICE BUGGY and Harness ?AT? ft PIERSON'S. Hero you will find the largest and finest assortment of BUGGIES and CARRIAGES, ^ as well as a full and complete line of HARNESS cheaper than ever offered on this market. Call and bo convinced. Don't forgot we havo Wagons, Plows, Harrows, and Everything tho Farmers Need in this Line. Remember I have not neglected my ?4 Grocery Department. > W.'F. pierson. Corner.Main and Henrv Street*. LEXINGTON, VA. NOW IS THE TIME -TO BUY ALL THE mooth and Barbed Wire THAT JOU WILL NEED AS THERE WILL Bl Advance in Price on all Wire Goods March 1st. WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK ON HAND AND WANT TO Protect Our Customers as Long as Possible, and we can best do this bj- securing your orders as soon as possible so that wo can bo pre? pared to servo you by buying a larger stock befefro tho rise comes. How about a Corn Sheller that wo are s...

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

THE GAZETTE. PUBLISHED EV55BT WkDNKBDBT ?BY? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 pei inch for first Insertion,' and 50c. for each continuance thereafter. * ? i . Mckinley vs. Mckinley. I ana for the largest uso of silver in thc currency of the country. I would not dishonovMt. I would give it equal crelit aid honor with gold. I would make no discrimination, I would use both metals as money and discredit neither. I want the double standard. ?Id Congress, June 24,1890. ? When merchandise is tbe cheapest, men are tho poorest, and the most dis? tressing experiences in the history of our country?aye* in all human history ?have been when everything waa the lowe3t and cheapest,mea$,ured by gold, for everything then was the highest and dearest, measured by labor.?In J Congress, May 7, 1890. SpcakiDg of the policy of President Cleveland in an ueldrpss to Republican League Clubs in '92, bc saul: He was determined to contract the circulating medium and demonetize one of the coins of com...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 2 March 1898

GOLD DUST. (Which dc/* /wearjrio5t IM? PERSONAL MENTION. Mr. H. C. Amole, of Washington, D C., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Atuole, at Buena Vista. He spent Sunday here as the guest of his brother, Mr. H. W. Amole. Mr. S. W. Sterrett, of Crab Bottom, Highland county, was ia town V onday. He has been in the couuty for ten days buying catte for his grazing farm in Highland. Hiss Ollie Wise, of Riverside, tpeot several days li re this week visiting Miss Love Whi'more. I Presiding Elder Benjamin F. Ball preached Sunday night at Tiinily Methodist church. Mrs. Colonel Buford, of Richmond, is visiting her brother, Colonel J. D. H. Ross. I Mr. ?. B. McCorkle, who has been living ia Richmond for the pas few months, is here visiting friends. Mr. We F. Berry, of Staunton, was lhe guest of his sister, Mrs. J. W, Mc Clung, on Friday. Mr, J. Woods Barclay and w.fe have returned from a visit to the family of Dr. W. H. Rodgers, at Murat. Mr?. John Moore, of Raphine, was the guest of ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 2 March 1898

HE SOLD THEM. The hook agent had square jaws but so had the woman at the door. And there was a f-inister look about her lips. "But madame," he tried to say. "I don't want none of your old books,' she snapped. ? "But this is on 'Social Manners. and-" "Git out," said the woman, taking a tighter hold on the broom. "Well," said the book agent, "ite just a3 the woman next door said." "What did she say?" asked' the woman at the door, her face showing si^ns of intei est for the first time. 'Oh, she said that a woman like you would have no use for a book on man? ners-" ?'She did, did the," yelled the wo? man at the door. 'The hussy. Just give me two copies, and I'll send cnr over to her with my compliments. Hov much?" "Ten and six per volume. Ah thanks." Sometimes men know more abont wemen than you give them credit for. THE GAME OF ALLITERATION. Young folks at a social gathering can find amusement in a game ca'led "allitt ration." This game consists in the construction of sentences or stori...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 9 March 1898

LEXINGTON GAZETTE. Vol. 94a No. 10 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, March 9, 1898. 1 $1,50 a Year Potash Eree is one of the three im? portant ingredients of a complete fertilizer; the others are phos? phoric acid and nitro? gen. Too little Potash is sure to result in a partial crop failure. An illustrated book which tells what Potash is, how it should be used, and how much Petash a well-balanced fertilizer should contain, is sent free to all applicants. Send your address. QERIIAN KALI WORKS, 9a Nosiau St., New York. Declaration of War. WILL BUY A NICE BUGGY AND A GENTEEL Set of Harness P IE RSON'S. llSro you will lind the largest aiid finest assortment of BUGGIES and CARRI AC KS, as well as a full and complete line of IL?.RI\'ESS cheape-r than ever oflered on this market. Call and be convinced. Don't forget wo havo Wagons, Plows, Harrows, and Everything the Farmers Need in this Line. Remember 1 havo not neglected my <4 Grocery Department, u* W. F. PI E RSON. Com...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 9 March 1898

THE GAZETTE. PnBLISHKD KVBBT WKDNMDAT ?BY BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 per Inch for rlrst Insertion, and 50c. lor each continuance thereafter. HELP TO ANSWER YOUR OWN PRAYERS. In an editorial comment upon "Tbe Lord's Prayer," the Re'igiou.: Herald of March 3d, has the following obser? vations: It is a very remarkable fact that the Lord's Prayer contains not a single petition for any blessing which you cannot help to bring to yourself. "Hallowed by Thy name." Well, you are to school yourself to reverence for the august name of your Creator. "Thy kingdom come." You are to work, and think, and plan, and give for tbe establishing of righteousness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit here upon this earth. "Thy will be done," &c. You must strive first to do that will yourself, and thus make this earth more like Heaven. "Give us this day our daily bread," Be indus? trious and earnest in your every-day woik, and don't depend upon "the government" to take care of you; 'For...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 9 March 1898

GOLD DUST. GO DU THE WASHING PERSONAL MENTION. I Mr. Jack Carmichael is the guest of his mother, Mrs. John Carmichael. i Miss -I aggie McClung, of Monmouth, was the gu .st of her brother, Mr. J. W. McClung, on Saturday. Mr. Edward Senseney, who for some i time wa. quite ill at his home in Roan? oke, 1 as praatly improved. He is now here visi ing his father, Mr James M. Henseney, Mrs, Dr, W. D. Airastrong, of Salem is here visiting her fa1 her, William A. Glasgow, Esq Senators. H. Letcher has returned from Richmond. i Mrs. T. T. Agnor has returned from A pie asnnt visit of some days at the borne of Mrs. CN, McMillan, near Fancy Hill. The Misses MicMil'ft wore her guests here on Saturday. D -. a d Mrs. A. D. Estell are in Baltimore. Ex-Uov. Wm. A. McCorkle. of West Virginii, has openetl a law office in New York City, where he will spend about one-fourth of his time. Rev. R. J. McBryde, D. D? has re turnod from Columbus, Ohio, where he was in att ndance upon the convention of the Stuel...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 9 March 1898

THE TL S. NAVY. In view of the pres _t rumors of ii pending war between the United State aud Spain, the following statement < I the naval equipment of our country wi!l be read with interest: From the end of the late war the United States had built nothing but wooden bhips, and in 1885, tho Secre? tary of the Navy made tho startling declaration that the United States had not a ship that could defend us a week against a first class naval power. We now have 33 armored ve.sels, whilst Spain has only ll ; and we have of unarmored and GI vessels. Besides this, we have 12 torpedo boats, and 22 old navy vessels, and a great many merchant vessels, which could be converted into war vessels. Spain has only one first class and two second class, three armed cruisers and four budding ; one first class cruiser and seven second. She has twenty-two gun boats, three torpedo boat*?, two torpedo boat desiroyers, Spain is now credited with a navy of 12G steam ves? sels, including seven ironclads aud ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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