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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 1 March 1899

iisssnia_juo*M! TH- GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVXRY AV Rf) WOST*., --BY? BARCLAY ANT) COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS *1 Otper uch for first Insertion nnd 50c. for ooah continuance thereafter TWO DEMOCRATIC LEA I EMS Perhaps it would be better to de? scribe them as one leadei and on back number?we refer to William J loau and Grover Cleveland?for thi- format is alert, instinct with life and vigor, s trenuous, enthsiaet, virile, an I the other reeks with thc dullness hu I the gangrene of if ugwnmpery. Cle/Ju ,d left his party waiker, more inco' Ci-on' and more discordant than he lo-. I t Bryan took up the dying embeii A ito spirit and fanned them into r >ging fame. He gave his party inspiration, fevor, kopo. He animated and revivi? fied it. Dcapite the desertion and the treacheries wrought by vanity ond avarice in 1896, he develope 1 ?iome 700,000 more votes than had e < r b'on cast for any Democratic candi !ate be. fore, including Mr, Cleveland, <md he gave to t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 1 March 1899

SOMETHING NEW lars* pacrjasa of tba world's beat cl? toe a ntckal. Still graaVar acono?v in 4 pound pat kara AU trocars, af ade only b> THK af. K. FAIRB AM- COKPASX O_oa?o. Ot. Louis, Haw Tork, Baatoa. Valla,dalpMa. Let's Get Acquainted * * YOU Want Shoe WE Need Morie) Let's Trade! Slpecials. Good unlaundried Shirts formen, full size, double back and front. OH. You havo paid fifty cents for no better shirt,. Extra value, men's unlaundried Shirts, all-linen bosom, Fruit of g/j. the Loom muslin, made after tho dollar sort, while they last. Man's doll finished Gum Boote,. School Umbrellas, fast colors, natural handles,, S2.5C ? 75t Extra value, Ladies' Corsets, white or grey,. ^tipf We carry Thompson's Glove Fitting and B. & G. Corsets in all sizes, af VC Wo are cleaning out a lot of odd sizes in ls. .,?,.,? .//vj/ nm,, ni. Hats and Caps. If your sizo is among them ??? OtKV.tZ9 tjUll Ultim I) Cut prices on all Winter Underwear to close out. Good wool Over l\(ir a...

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

GEN. LEE aUX BE RETAINED n Havan. eorrespondsnso ef be N w O leans Picayune writes e s fol we: "Ttre ia;.ordly a doubt but (bnt In the event of* the disbsndrasnt f h Seventh eorps, General Lee will beJVe tai ed in some important civil tr roil tory o lice, lt will bo the best th ig the goueernmont ean dc to place G?u cral Lee at tbe head of tbe entire ud ministration in sha island. Let- ie tue maa who should bars been put li re/ at first Imi understands how to iu i ge tbe Cubans, and has their unsw rving loyalty and affection Had ho aad not Brooke, boon in control, bis men re? quest would kars boen aOaastoui ft sesuring tba disarmamanl of the Cu? ban army I am quita lura af this It will be a long step towards reconciling the Cubans to the Amsricsns rule tc pm General Lee in actual e. .tirol o' t is province I don't think that ibt adm n a.ration hss sufficient nerve * make a elean sweep of tho present a tablikhmantand turn it allover to Lt That would be altogether too ne?rl: the right...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 9 March 1899

Vol.95. No. 10 THE LEXINGTON GazETT f.nxiagton, Unckbridgc County, Virginia. Wednesday, March 9, 189!) -f $1.50 a Year Don't forget, that we are still handling the Tornado Jj? And it has proved tue most satisfactory piece of machinery ever in? troduced in thia pnrt of the country. The only objection wejhave'to it is that we so seldom have a chance to sell repairs for it. We now have out and iu cae 37 of these cutters and every one of them haa given perle t t-alisLc t on. I hi- i-i a biir claim but we can prone it. It wi'l n^itim otu u-e can prone n. It w,H , ave 3011 more m,ney i? fe*di, _ ?,.? a,(V f-aTtT.-/; oferrket'as u eDables yrB l0 fefd *? W^-S iSt s Ask Any Of Your Velgbbom who love os. el A amUhcy -ill |e|| tem tl ai v . aro_ot ffinTwJooJSch fen it In cot nee,on with thia? m!1 the Site Crotker and ivwer C , l^e It furnisher* potver lo cut your feed, saw im?i o<> or clo a. ? lLw oho cruahes thc corn and cob iogelher, or w,]] gnri<l * k^^lft 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 9 March 1899

f -? im.?i?in iii marnai IHE GAZETTE \ Published rvbht WaM__Bttt ?BT? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEOAL ADVERTIBEHmirrs ft OSpor ti -h for first imwrtloen envl 50c. lot ecah oe>utlnuaace thereearW PRINCIPLE AND PARIIY, a Io the aot of 1890, providing for an increase in ths purchase of si cer bul? lion by the government, it was declared to be "the established policy of th? United States to maintain ths twa metals, gold and silver, ob a purity with e -oh olher upon the prsstnt legal ra? tio, or socb ratio as may bs prodded by low.' The foci that tke meth d s lop ted by tke act to maintain t o jetty of these metals with each other vas not successful does not render this deed _ a tion nugatory, or in tho sligktsst de? gree weaken its loise. It is stul the established polioy of ths "Un ted States to maintain their parity with each other upon a legal ratio. The vahu of gold and silrer is dependent upon, and is governed by, their use for monetary purposes, and to maintain their parity, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 9 March 1899

asses i mai ? i Hersniuds. Mrs. Rice McNutt is tho guest t Mrs. T. E. McCorkle. Miss Lelia McGuire, of Wincbeste is tbe guest of Mrs. J. R. Tucker. Miss Lissie Graham in New Tori on a visit to Mrs. Redfield of tbat cit; Mr. Thomas Prince, superint ender of the Valley Roilroad, was in Lexing ton this week on official business. Miss Bessie Glasgow, of South Rivei was the guest of Mrs. M. Miley oi Sunday. Mrs. Frank T. Glasgow and daugh ter haye returned from a visit to Nortl Carolina. Mrs. John W. Pratt and her daugh tor, Miss Nettie, have returned fron their visit to Richmond. Mr. Robert E. Lee,' of Washington had his collar bono brokeh and righi shoulder dislocated by tbo kick of I horst. Captain Jayhugh Wills, who is en. gaged in tbe lumber business in West Virginia, ison a visit to his family hore. Mr. John D. Rowan, of Spottswood, Augusta county, was tbe guest of Col. R. H. Brown, of Monmouth, on Mon? day night. Mr. J. W. Seal hss been elected to represent Rockbridge Lodge I. O. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 9 March 1899

fjB___?H_S*BMMf_ IHE ANGLO-AMBRICAN COX SPIRAOY, The Bepublican administration a Washington has entered Int? a ?l ri lantern conspiracy that has for itu pu ? pose the consummoti n of seine son of an nUionoe with Eng and. From McKinley down to the eustod an <>i the cuspidor department every Ke.>ab Hean rn suthoritT at the capital ii peening along the bcomfora '-bette! understanding with Great Bri a ,' Joseph H. Choate, who*e for fa he i wore tories during ihe war f A ?: eri can independence, has bee'i s*ut tc England ns a representative f tull country. The "high joint com U-tan" born in treason to the spirt ul Amei' oanism has lately been ho ding star chamber sessions under the wings of the White House. 'One Charles BeieB ford, the lineal descendant of a family of outlaw--'and usurpers,!' h^ secret guest of those high in authoritv. II1 has come to "cement the broken ties" that have made this nation tha marvel ? of the world. Tho people oannot be blind...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 15 March 1899

T'H'iT1 Vol.95. No. ll Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, March 15. 1899. ?{ $1.50 a Year Don't forgei that we are sti Tornado FOI Pl And it has proved tue most satisfactory piece of machinery ever in? troduced in this part of the country. The only objection we|have*to it ig that we so seldom have a chance to sell rapein for it. We now have out and iu uoe 37 ol these cutters and ???ry one of them has given perte t satisfac? tion. This is a big claim but tee can prone it. It will savi machine on tbe market, as it enables i full benefiit of it. who Lave used it and they will iel) yoi In connection with this we pell tl It furnishes power to cut your feed, sa also crushes the corn and cob together, ?WIN 111 B 1 Late pl* t< will net; chin 8. G pa ii j w .1 pay.you to invest in a Typewrite balinese, and le the greatest time-saver of n lt may prove a "friend in need." Thourai.e trated Catalogue furnished fne. jm:oc #18 F Street Northwest, Washington, D.( N. B. Fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 15 March 1899

THE GAZETTE PrrflnenEbEVKr.Y Wmw?*)-. ?BY? i BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 Otp . nch for first insertion and 00c. lor etui* continuance thereafter_ 'HONEST MONEY." The "objection" to tree coinage in this county bas been, and is, that it ii /dishonest." Tho "market pric ? * ? f silver is less than 60 cents an mino , and thc coinage rate IC to 1 ie $ 1. 0. It is elaimej ihat tbe ' dishonest v 1 coining 60 cents' worth of i-ilvir ufo twice as much money is too clo r tn re? quire any argument. The samo con? nection has been made aigl t a'cn , whether silver was worth 00, 7" or 100 cents per ounce. It In ni been dishonest.accordihg to gol . ...aid ard reasoners, to coin it at ai j higher rate tban thc market price. Ibis, of course, excludes tbe coinage ase of the metal oe un element In its ~_iw~, and assumes that silver will be wuith more with tbe American mint closed an he silver deprived1"! f tbat denial t\ Lay? ing aside this palpable absurd'ty, there are a few simple qu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 15 March 1899

CURED BY CUTICURA I -xaa troubled several years with chronic Ec? ia, on my head and face. I took medi? cal treatment from two doctors anel Beveral loi : nut rereivetl little relier. At times, thc . adful itching became almost intoler? able. When I was heated, the Eczema became painful, and almost distracted me. I tried Crri< ?A SBMSXtoa. The Eczema rapidly dina}., :tred, and I am Kell, with no trace of any cutaneous disease. J. EMMETT REEVES, Feb. 22,1898. Box 125, Thorntown, Ind. Spbkdt e?mi TacATMt-T roa Tobttbi-o, Tnnna miMi lli->n>Rs,wiTiil.ossor Hair.-Warm twthiwltri Citutra Soap, cenlla anointlnci wiui Ci'Tictaa, and im il il-i.es ol UuTicrat Rmolykict. IWil e.erjwhore. Pott*kO.akdC. roar.,SolePron*., Botton. ? Uow to Cure Torturing Skin DUnuet," tty*. Dcraawds. Mr. S. O. Campbell made a business trip to Lynchburg Friday. Airs, J. Perry Alford is the guest of her mother, Mrs. John Carmichael. Hiss Eebac.a Sachs has returned from a two weeks vis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 15 March 1899

STJKDAYIN ENGLAND IN 1760. "Would you like to know how the peo pie of London obseaved their Sunday 150 years ago? The churches were open, of course, and there wero two services in erery one, and in seme there were three; sIbo the responsible and re sp'Ctable citizen took bis farcily to church, a-- h mitter of cou**-. He naaue his apprentices go to o' urch ai well nnd demanded the text w: ea they eame home as a proof of attend? ance. Alas, he little knew that the boys were lacking all the morn n jr, and when the congregation came o it stop? ped be old women and got the t xt from theml However, those who went [ti .wuere formed the majority. The nelda round the town were filled with companies of men, ended rural societies, who ram bled about all tha morning n" ' dined together at a tavern. The hi6h eo - stab es went their rounds among the villages pretending to prevent p-of .na? tion cf the day, bnt they were nqeared by the publicans. Informers were about threatening publicans, barbers...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 March 1899

I1 il fi Gazette. Vol.95. No. 12 Lexington, lieickbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, March 22 . 1899. -{$1,50 a Year WELL, HER. WI Al At the Beginning of a Machinery Season Once More. And we are in a better position to fill your wants than ever before. Our Leader is The Vulcan Plow which we will fully guarantee. We carry and have on hand Disc Harrows, Corn Planters, Single, Double anti Thr*e Shovel Plows, Five-Tooth Cultivators, Deering Harvesting Machines, Bickford A Huffman Drills, Thomas' Hay Rakes, Hay Tedders, and Hay Loaders. TVe also have a full line of Hay Fork outfits and can give you the right price. We call our friend's attention .especially to a line of. Extension Hj?tdLc3Lorjs we are carrying. Anything from 6 feet to 40 feot. We are A. I. Root Co.'s agents for this part of the country, and can save you money on all Bee supplies. We carry a full stock. We are alao agents for the JONES' SCALES for ths county. Vie can cer? tainly beat the world on prices with this scale, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 March 1899

(.?HE GAZETTE PCBLISHID KVKRT WbDWHSD- i ?HT? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 Otp* ncah for first Insertion and 50c. for coal ontlnu ance thereafret TAX SURPLUS AND NOT DF FICITS. ls there a doubt in any ttto' ititi that at least nine-tenths of tbe - eopb are in favor of an income tax foi* na? tional revenue in preference to bond i uess and stomp acts? Yet, how mun; Republican representatives ml a uh tore are advocating au inc ni?. tax, itu what ore the president, rice ] nulel n; and cabinet officials doing ie, 1 el^< car' ry out the people's wishes? On the in come tax question the Republicrn pol? iticians at Washington do not repre? sent public sentiment, and th y know it. They would not think of submit? ting tba leane to a direct vote? of thc people, because they know perfectly well that the result would be entirety one-si el and against the theory thai plutocracy's surplus hoards aie untax? able. Republican politicians, from President McKinlay down, do not ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 March 1899

SCRATCHED CONSTANTLY Baby Badly Atti icted with Eczema. Medical Treatment Useless. Cured by Cutioura. ?...- -cece's little baby boy had Eesema al Cvi" '..i taco, so that he needed continuous Viat. :.:_g, and he scratched the tores con? stantly. Mornings, hil face, handsand clothrs woiil.! lie stained with blood. She never coull! like bim out, bis lace was so foU of ?ore*. She had medical treatment, nnd tried everything the heard of. She commenced tuiug the CuTtcca. It?tc_i>n?. The tort* left hi* face and hetoo* entirely cured, and now hil loee ti ?mooth and rosy. Mrs. In J. BOOT, New Scotland, N. "_*. ?raiDT'Cr-f Ti* tT.nirr rot Etiit Bur Homos, wi i_ ].<?** u* IUi*. ?Warra b*thi wilt C'CTicua ten ip. fnllownt bj fcatU Inoillinn witt Cl'TKW-i, puict ol ?_wiu*ai?,??(t tttaUntat .kia can*. SnM thretecheal tt* world. Poytb. O. fe C. Cotr., Sol* Pi- .. liewa. Uaw tm Cr* Hetty Baot llnoor, fr**. e = ^ttrrOmlim* Mrs. J. J. Rhodes spent several days this week visiting...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 March 1899

-??iii 'ie wa niMllTimiia. ir inipajiiiii ?? rm TKADE BALANCES MISLEAD The mere statement that there is el enormous trade balance in oar favoi standing by itself, so far from givin uh a eoneji i lea ot tho situation, is worse than no statement at all, for whuV conveying the belie' that we aro riding the> bo rn ding waves of unpsralle ed prosperity, an examination cf all th facts may prove that we are traveling the road to ruin. Whether we ar. doing bo or sot it can easily be dem n rated that trade conditions, taken in their.entirety, sre not favorable; that we ara being subjected to ti rmoiis and unjust in jury, and tbat if min tl ts not speedily come it is merely bo ?<i *? our relources are so great that it .. it take a long time to bleed tc dva.ih. In round numbers iu 1898 we b wa sold $1,200,000,000 worth of commodities and bought $600,000,000, leaving a balance of $300,000,000, which, accord? ing to usual business methods und cus? toms, should have been pai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 29 March 1899

*tJQ *-" THE Vol.95. No. 13 Lexington, :; pkbridal CD.::.ty, Virgil*?*; Wednesday, March 29 , 1899. <{ $1,50 a Year QC WELL, HIE W At the Beginning of a Machinery Season Once JMore. And we are in a better position to fill your wants than ever before. Our Leader is The Vulcan Plew which we will hilly guarantee. We carry and have on hand Disc Harrows," Corn Planters, Single, Double an< Three Shovel Plows, Five-Tooth Cultivators, Deering Harvesting Machines, Bickford & Huffman Drills, Thomas' Hay Bakes, Hay Tedders, and Hay Loader ;. \Ve also have a full line of Hay Fork outfits and can give you tbe right price. "We call our friend's attention .especially to a line of. 3_33-Cto:ri^io__i XjCtcidLoirs we are carrying. Anything from G feet to 40 feet. We are A. I. Root Co.'s agents for this part of the country, and can save y. n money on all Bee supplies. We carry a full stock. We are also agents for the JONES' SCALES tor th:s county. We can cer? tainly b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 29 March 1899

I THE GAZETTE PrjBLISU-D EVERY W*DNI_*D_ i ?BY BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 Otper nc ch for first insertion and 50c. for ecah ontinuance thereafrot - - - . -V-rs EDITORIAL NOTES. Did McKinley Kotow to Caar Reed or did Czar Reed Kotow lo McKin? ley? Br'er Wanemaker has doubts ab ut the purchasing power of Wornt} in Pennsylvania politics. Alger got that Caben trip, but he didn't carry any- Democratic Semite is or Representatives with him. Tammany Hall doesn't control a single electoral vote, yet it seeks to control the Democratic party. The Democratic party would letter lose that to win by juggling with its principles, as some sre nowadvoca ing. What a pity Mr. McKinley did not get the Canadians to kidnap and keep Secretary Alger, while he was visiting il. ?. Match seams to be envions of tba storm record made by February, and to be trying to beat it, in fatalities, at least. When it comes to warm things, a New York hotel fire isn't in the same class with a Chicago munic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 29 March 1899

j-^-j-w-^ai-a-^-i-M-i-?s-?-.-Ms>-s-M i Et/iM? FROM BIRTH Our little Jav.(;!i:.rhael Eczema from birth. Tho yacta afilicte J v ould become terribly In? flamed, anet water would ooze out like great beads of perspiration, finally thia would dry up - nd the akin would crack and peel off. She taQcr^d terrill!-. Had to put solt mittens on l-i r li '.-.i.'9 to keep her from scratching. Two of .. . leading physicians did not help her. Ali.. bathing her with Ccncuaa Soap, I -pp. ..-<1 CfTict-RA (ointment)freely,and gave ber' ncr it a Kesoi.vent regularly. She im prrn- " ct once andi* note never troubled. The atatcments I have made are absolutely true aud not exaggerated in any way. ROBERT A. LATHAM, 111 J treat Side Square, Springfield, III. I* ?-t>y Cr**T-*ATirs?T ros Ets*t Blood in Sn* Hvmor. wilie l.ojjor U.ia ? Wara hath* with Cuti ci r? Boa*, caatl* anotntenn with CCTiccsi.puT.il erf ? ni ".*nt>kinc>ir**.*i>dinle4di&a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 29 March 1899

Wi _ SOFT JOB. "VToet people think tbat beca-isp lea'.k opens at ten and clofe at toe i the clerks who by the way are usual I; i'.i i aid and who did as mach a -.1 a re ponsib e vror.? as men who receive four o five ti_es their salary one md go at those hours. Bank clejks are "on tieck" prompt!; at niue oV ock. There is lots to do be lore the first clearing of bills and checks, which commences usu 1 y from ? quarter to. half-past ten o'cl ck. And no sooner ie the town cleari-g fin shed tban the country begins They t ke it in turns to go out to lunch but by h lf-past two all are back a a n at thu desk, tor the second clearing c mu > n c??s at about that hour. Theamouutof work perfuruied by the ordinary clerk is very cousiderable As a class they are the most persist? ently overtasked body in the kingdom. Those who ?re in any eapaci y at tbe counter are frequently subject to num? berless pfity annoyances at tl e hands of thoughtless or illtemptred cus? tomers of the bank, to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 5 April 1899

THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE.4 Vol. 95. No. 14 Loxing ii, ckbridgfc County, Virginia, Wednesday, April 5 . 1899. J $i,50a Year At the Beginni Season i And we are in a waste than ever Our Leader is which Ave wfl We carry aiul hore on hand Disc Har Three Shovel Plows, Five-Tooth Cv Bickford & Huffman Drills, The Hay Loaders. \\ e also have a can give you the right juice .cspecialh Extensio we are carrying. Any tl We are A. I. Root Co.'s agents for th money on all Bee nurriili We are also agents for the JONES I tainly boat the world on prices with t OWEN fl w?l pay.'you to invest ina Typewriter business, and is the greatest time-saver of dm It may prove a "friend in need." TboOfOi <! tratoel Catalogue furnished free. 3VTOC ?J18 F Street Northwest, Washington. D.C N. IL For inrorniation apply te> C. IL ls Who la acquainted with irs geography ot th "nlted 6t ites ot Arerica wi.l sec by c xa:n: nation of ti..si mao that Hie Seaboard Air Line ls thc treat eoninrc...

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