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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 10 May 1899

THE GAZETTE r'oausuitD bv*bv Wbdmbsd../ ?BY BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 0*3p*r ncch for first Insertion, and 50c. for ecah ontinuance thereafrat * THE WORDS OF JEFFERSON. From His First Inaugural Address. Peace, commerce and honest friend? ship with all nations, entangling al? liance with none. From a Letter Written in 1801. We have a perfect horror at every? thing like connecting ourselves with the politics of Europe. * ? * To be entangled with them would be a much greater evil than a temporary ac? quiescence in the false principles which have prevailed. Peace is our most im? portant interest,' Frem'a Letter to Mr, Correa, 1820. Nothing is so important aa that America shall separate herself from the systems of Europe and establish one of her own.. Our circumstances, our pursuits, our interests are distinct; the principles of our policy should be also. All entanglements with that quarter of the globe should be avoided.if we mean that peace and justice shall be the po...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 10 May 1899

Por Salo. Tho Back Spring lot: also tho Mathea lot, adjoining J. E. Ijiiu-'l- For fmtlui i formation apply to Frank T. Olasgo Mayor, or, J. E. Heck, Geo. W. Ofllighte. or J. McD. Adair, Committee- ap26 WITHDRAWAL CARE Having decided to accept the nominal ie for Jubticeof tbe Peace for Lexington Magi terial District, of Rockbridge County VI ginia, and havejcertifled my notification the Clerk of sala County. I hereby respec fully wlth-draw from the contest for Maye of the Town of Lexington, Virginia- Than! ing all who so kindly pledgee, me their suj port. I am, Yours respectfully, JOHN W. LINDSAY. A NNUAL MEETING. The Columbian Paper Company will hoi Its annul meeting at the company's offlce at Buena Vista. Va., at 10 A. M.. Tcksua , Juss 6th, 1-999, foi the election of nine d: rectors, and to .transact mich other businee as may legally come before the meeting. 8AM L. HAMMER, Secretary. May 10 4t ? ' - .'???a.:i : ' -" - = STOCKHOLDERS MEETING OF Till SOUTH BUENA VISTA LAND.CO. The un...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 10 May 1899

JS-WWOMBMBiWIIISIIIIIII I gHMHSBS HE GOT THE DECREE, He was suing for a divorce. "Judge," he said, and thore n pitiful tremor in his voice, "every n she a ade up the most awful cha di<*h mess that mortal man ?sampled!-' "But you didn't have to eat the said the judge, sharply. Tl e -lfteMiff look el at the jr f )? "I u du tknow .my vife, ju ', he wm ply said. He got his decree.?Cleveland P Dealer._ ANOTHER HOME FOR OPHA Rev, Dr. EM. Wharton, wi great work for establishing homes orphans is known throughout country, is now endeavoring to n the sum of $50,000 for the purpose; estab'ishing a home for the orphan: Bailors and soldiers who gave ajt tl lives io fighting for onr country. Il proposed to locate the home near I City of Waahington. Those who des to help in this great movement n earn foil particulars bj addressing 1 Wharton ia Baltimore. When the city council of k Richmo met on Moy 1st, Mr, Morgan It. Mi] the member from Jefferson Ward, i troduced an ordinance, the purp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 17 May 1899

Ooo? Koo fcbiW* VS** -of Vol. 95a No. 20 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, May 17, 1899. <( SUOa Yc.tr ma W^af**/?a-aairr?rr ftflfkfll Hirwlal'l* with roller anel hill] lieiuiji^is is eirie eif tlie* most successful raa U. DC JaLfCCl lUg Jliltylll * i t>I chines on tho -market. Friction andwear reduced to a mini? mum. Use Deering Binder Twine and Harvester Oil and you will have do trouble in tho Inn vent field. "-a.-mj | i ,1>.rv,,llia-k The Thomas Rakes, Hay Tedders and Loaders Wc will be glad to have you come WW G fltlSO llftlltllC aml examine these goods even if you are not in tbe market for one. "T". *) tm* rmm-mlmncs are half ^e P"ce an<* guaranteed to givo pei feet satisfaction. Call for a catalogue ?J OI1C8 ^CaieS an<i book of description. reps \lum\ntxan PlraW 1H "^ ^iero to s*n-v' am* 'f avo1; ?'- '' '" "l(! ?intle*<.], f r a good thing try JL Il-C ? UlCwIl M atp \w if. By doing this you will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 17 May 1899

THE GAZETTE /fCBLISHID KVBKT WanitssDj. #? ?BV? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 OOper nc ch for first insertion, and 50c. forecah ontinuance thereafret m_. -'??? ii i* ? ? i ,. ^.^ - ? IN ITS INFANCY. The development of the boundless resources of this mightiest of countries is but in its infancy. It awaits only open mints for both metals, and the Wholesome and permanent enlarge? ment of our stock of basis money. Like a giant in chains this uatLn is bound down by an oppressive money system that prevents it doing anything worthy of its magnificent endowments. Before the world enjoy* a prosperity worthy Of the name, one o'f whieh it is capable, and that has come to stay, being founded on the broad and solid basis of bimetallism, it must compel governments to stop legislating more value into money, and, hence, out cf property, as they havo been doing, by shutting silver out of tbe mints, but Instead, force them to legislate some of the stolen value out of money, and back int...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 17 May 1899

OVER A MILLION PEOPLE ARE USING JOHNSON'S KIDNEY PILLS FOR KIDNEY TROUBLES io-c?it McVag-ew of John" ?ona Kinta*? Pills bave been eoUL It wm the first Reliable Kidney Remedy ^..^ popular price, and 1* the ONLY ONK that ls OUAR ANTKKD to cure all diaeaars of the KIDNKY8, bladih*.*-*. aad urinary ORGANS. What better ?testimoniala rould wt glTe. ag Pillj it* ce aU. Br maU for five 2-cent stamps. Mads AT Ito satans Ut-tntcri**, Int., PHILADELPHIA McCrum Drug Company. NEWS IF BRIEF. A Cyclorama Showing the Movements Of Onr People And Their Friends. INTERESTING PERSONALS. Pithy News Items Gleaned All Orer The Town by Our Reporter. Miss Vester Keller, of Buena Vista, ii visiting Mn. Thos. J. Hildebrand. Mrs. E. A. Quisenberry has returned from a visit to Roanoke. Mr. Batty Gilbert, of Philadelphia, ie visiting Mr. John A. Charlton. Mr. Edward Cooper, of Coopers, W. Va., ia the guest of Mr. J. S. Smith. Miss McCormick, of Fairfield, ia the guest of Miss Bessie Adair. Mr. J. Woods Barclay, o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 17 May 1899

DEER PARK HOTEL, DEER PARK, MARYLAND Most Delightful Summer Resort of the Alleghenies. Swept by mountain breezes, 2,800 feet above sea level. Absolutely free from malaria, bay fever and mosquitoS. On Main Line of Baltimore & Ohio Railrord. Hotel and Cottages. Every modern convenience. Rooms en suite with bath. Electric Lights, Elevator, Turkish Baths, two large Swimming Pools, Golf Links, Tennis Courts Bowlling Alleys, Magnificent Drives, Complete Livery Service Annapolis Naval Academy Band. Delightful cottage (furnished for housekeeping if desired) ready for occupancy June 1st. Hotel open from June 24th to September 30th. For rates and information addresi-, D. 0. Jones, Manager. B. A O. Build? ing, Baltimore, Md., until June 10th. Af ter that time, Daer Park, Garrett County, Md._ mat be extra aEflsioNr^ There ia a growing belief among prominent members of Congress that the President will call Congress to meet in extraordinary session this fall, probably early in October...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 24 May 1899

THE LEXINGTON GA^TTE. Vol.95. No. 21 Lexington. Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, May 24, 1899. -{ $1,5 a Year w v %?-. ? <xJ-t\\$ <* ^?'- ?*.. ! TPIitO l^tfwtfi tttr Wt* fit* Ki ll fl fl* w^h roller and ball bearings is one of the most successfid ma? il. DC JLrCttI 11|k JlUt/Ctl A*1II11*L1 chines on the market. Friction nmhvear reduced to a mini? mum. Use Deering Binder Twine and Harvester Oil and you will havo no trouble in the hm vest tic-Id. "?ir ole ara ft rk-ml Ia ^e thomas Rakes, Hay Tedders and L ?uhr.. We ?ill he glad tee have you come ? w C ta-lSO IlHllClI" an<j examine these goods even if you are uot in ihe market for one. ? J 9 gs ?l ~ are half the price and guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. Call for a catalogue OJICS ^CftiCcS an(i book of description. nPllfk Vii lr**! ri .Plnw *8 ri%^ ^ere to 8*ftnv' ftnt* ^ y?u ,uc un ^le outlook fra good thing try AIH ' Ult ClIl ? HIW j?t By doing this you will do us a great fnvor and a go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 24 May 1899

" THE GAZETTE ! iVrun*-*HKD bvkst Wsnsssn-./ ? BARCLAY AND COMPANY ?M. ADVEOT11 BMKNT8 |H5C ncch for first lneotlon and 50c for<*-c*tl _ _ FA * CRSOMANS. Supporters of the Indianapolis plat- j forn;, upon which Palmer and Buokoer re.*, in 1896, display n great deal of nerve when they make tbemselvea pro? minent ut dinners gi\en in honor ot Thomas Jefferson. Perry Belmont and all who aid and abet him are the most conspicuous examples ' just now. The Indianapolis platform doclares unquivo cally in favor of a single gold standard and a bank-controlled paper-credit cur? rency. Jeflerson established the double gold and silver standard, with the silver dollar as tho unit ef value, and concerning banks of issue an.l the English system of finance he said: "Banks of issue have the regulation of the safety valves of otu* forfunes.and condense and explode them at their will. In copying England we do not geom to consider that like premises in? duce liko consequences. The bank mania i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 24 May 1899

PUTS FLESH ? THIN PEOPLE JOHNSON'S DYSPEPSIA CURE it Scientific. Unfailing snd Permanent Remedy for Dysptpsla Indigestion and all Stomach and Nerve Troubles. Jas. Starin, of .St. Paul. Minn., says: "I h*.al nlw.-iys been thin unti emaciated ; r.;>petite co.).!. but food did not seem to nourish me and ha 1 never found anything to elo nie any good until 1 commenced to take 'ohnsin'-i Dyspepsia Cet-c. Have now been taking il two tnitiths, have Kaioed fifteen pounds itii am still increasing. It ba wonderful medicine for weak r.n.l run down people." Large Boxes. 10c, *%\1 and CCc. FOR SALE EY McCrum Drag Company. NEWS IN_BKIEF A Cyclorama Showing tbe Movement Of Our People And Their Friends. INTERESTING PERSONALS. Pithy News Items Gleaned All Ove: The Town by Our Reporter. Mr. John Lusk, of Richmond, wats in Lexington last week. Miss Annie Ruffner is visiting in Richmond. Miss Nellie Glasgow has returned from a visit to North Carolina. Mr, Charles B. Pierson, of Botetourt coun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 24 May 1899

TO CIRCUMVENT OLD AGL<\ The Problem Said to Have Been' Solved in Chicago. The Chicago Tribune pays: A discovery which, it ia clime1, solves the j roblem of circumv- nti g okl^g*-, ai just been made pub'i by Trof ? Joseph R. Hawley and Alexander C. Weiner, of the Chicago Clinie* 1 Schcol. The return to youth, rt is As? serted, is produced by nypodermic in? jections of the lymphatic fluid of ani? mals. piu*ticularly young goats. Thc discovery was made a year ago, anel subsequent secret demonstrated of its efficacy are proved. The general theory of the discoiery is that if the mineral deposits which accumulate in the bones in the process of life can be replaced with life cells contained in the lymphatic gland-s of goats, deterioration of the bones will be prevented and elasticity and youth will be retained in the system much longer, A number of animals and human beings, it is said, have been experi? mented on in Chicago with good results The apostles of the discovery do not ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 31 May 1899

THE LEXINGTON Ga^TTE. Vol.95. No. 22 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday May 31. 1889. <( $1.5 a Year The Deering Ideal mom. Use Deering Binder Twi We also handle ^hde Jones9 Scales IZ hba", The Vulcan Ploy THE OWEN JUST AR Two Carl Bupr!(i% Carriag AU th a ,t styles inoluding Rubber r. 1 htt^.3 reopened the Old. 2R.hod.e and styles of Vehicles. IP Jk. 11ST TI ? short notice. Kemember, thia is Just the ov. Buggies, Harnets, Reapers, Mowers, Drill Wagons?in short, everything the farmer nee* Remember we carry a full line of Staple ?MV. F". JPXJ Corner of Main ut New York Life In J. W. McCLtJNG, Agent, WThe oldest International insuianco co ly grown for fifty-four years. "Wis undert men ta. tt*T ollcies are incontestable and nc days gra ce ae given in payment of piemium at 5 per cent interest. <S"No restrictions ai living, or manner ot death. Wit-sues ali foi Payment Life and Endowment; and ail these when lt becomes a claim by death WBefor you a samp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 31 May 1899

THE GAZETTE Published every Wednesd.i' ?bt? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 OOper ncch for first insertion, and 60c. for ooah ontinuanco thereafrot NEXT YEAR'S PLATFOAM. In 1896, when we made the fight against the gold staadard, we predict? ed that the triumph of McKinley would mean at least four years of trust rule In reality it was not the gold standiu tbat we were fighting, but tbe deplora? ble conditions tbat it was, and still is bringing about iu this country. We believed that the free coinage of silver at the ratio of 16 to 1 and the abolition of national banks of issue would bo necessary in order to check tbe tide of industrial ruin that set in when silver was demonetized in 1873, ( Our predictions have come true with regard to what was to folio* ihe election of McKinley. Nearly every article of consumption now produced is controlled by a trust. More tban ever have the people begun to realize that they are at the mercy of the great octopus shadowed in the Apocalyp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 31 May 1899

Why go humping around with n LAME BACK Wilta you can get instant relief la a 10c box of ?*"'i" KIDNEY The bert Kidney preparation on earth, and a 10-CE.TMT BOX contains nearly ns much in others sell for 50 cents. If your druggist will not aupply you, send us five scent stamps and pet a box by mail. Tho Johnson Laboratories, Inc., Phlla. McCrum Drug Company. NEWS IN BRIEF. ? Cyclorama Showing the Movements Of Our People And Their Friends. INTERESTING PERSONALS. Pithy News Items Gleaned All Over The Town by Our Reporter. Misi Hetia Berry and Miss Agnes Adair spent Sunday with friends in Baphine. Mri. C. B. Pierson, cf Bot tourt county, who has been the guest of Mr* "W. F. Pierson, haa returned to her home. lira. Vi. F. Pierson accompanied her. Dr. J. A Quarles, delivered au able sermon from the pulpit of the Presby? terian church ou Sunday morning. Prof. \V. S.Currell will deliver the address at the closing exercises of the West Central Academy, in Harrison burg,' in Junei Dr, Jas. Le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 31 May 1899

DR. EAGER'S APPOINTMENT. Tbe recent removal of fl. C. Rey nolds from tho presidency of the Girls Industrial School at Montovaiio and the rloction of Dr. George B. Ea^er to succeed him has developod into a State sensation, says the Birmingham (\la.) A^e-Herald. Charges have been made by tbe re? tiring president and bis friends tbat the change was mado through political motives, and tbat Governor Johnston manipulated tbe knife tbat severed tbe official bead. Tbe Governor will bave nothing to say to reporters. From his friends if is understood that be denies having Any direct connection with tbe matter bnt intimates tbat the trustees bare a good case which they will thoroughly exploit in a card to be discussed at an early meeting and subsequently prinfr ed,* It is understood tbat the word "ex? tortion" wib be the word around which will be woven a number of charges against President Reynolds in thia card A man wbc appeared thoroughly con? versant with tbe details of these charge outline...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 7 June 1899

00 Wm"' THE LEXINGTON Vol. 95* No. 23 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, June 7, <J8J>& <; $1,5 a Year The Deering Idee mum. Use Deering Bindar Ti We also handle 2 Jones9 Scales ?d bo The Vulcan Pier TIE OWEN JUST AF Two Ca Buggies, Carlia^ AH the latest stylos Including Rubber I have reopened tho Old. R.hOCl and styles of Vehicles. PAINTI] short notice. Itememt or, this is Just the o^ Buggloe, Harne a n,iers, Mowers, Dri Wagons- lr s' c. , ?eiythlng ihe farmer ne R?m i li \%u cany * full lii.e of Staph Corn it of Main a New York Life Ii J. W. McCLUNG, Agent, <?TThe oldest Inteinatioi.al iusmauce c ly grown for fifty-four years. OaTIs under tyeqta. fi" olldes fire incontestable and n days gr* ee aa given in payment of pi em tun at 5 per cent Interest. WNo restrictions! \\vlng, ? r manner of death, tissues all fi Paypen t Lifa and Endowment; and all thee when it becomes a claim by death WBefo you a sample policy....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 7 June 1899

THE GAZETTE f TTBLIBHBD BVBRY WeONBBD.* ?BY? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS fl OOper ncch for flret insertion, and 60c. for ecah ontlnuance thereafret ? . ?-rmmaamamWCmmmmramtC=Z=? tm?^ WHAT DETERMINES PRICE. The law of supply and demand deter mines prices, Tho old school of ec n<> mists considered this law as consisting of only two factors, tbe product sud the need of the product, assuming th t where the need for the product existed the ability to obtain it also exited. The later economists have discovered that the law of supply and demand consists of throe factors, and thst,the third is the controlling factor in fixing price, viz.: tho product, which is the supply; tho need for the product;which is simply ineffective demand, nnd the ability to purchase the product, or money, whioh transforms ineffective into effective demand. With mt the ability to purchase the supply there is no effective demand' though then nany bo never bo great need. Money does ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 7 June 1899

IMMEDIATE RELIEF ANO PERMANENT CURE JOHNSON'S DTSPEPSIfl CURE A Scientific. Unfaith!* and Permanent Rem. ?dy tor Dyspepsia, Indigefltlon and ail Stomach and Nerve TreuMes. Put up in tablet form, pleasant and easy to take and affording immediate relief by enabling nature to furnish natural nourishment to thc Blood, Nervaa and Muscle*. Largs Boxes. 10c. 28c and 50c FOR SALE BY McCrum Drug Company, tr I CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL EXERCISES. Appropriate ceremonies were held here Saturday afternoon in honor of the Confederate dead buried in Lex? ington. Interesting exercises were held in the chapel of Washington and Lee University at 5 o'olock, consisting ol an address by Hon. H. St. George Tacker. Songs appropriate to the occasion were sang by a choir com* posed of Mrs. Gertrude Logan, Mrs Reid White, Mrs. S. B. Walker, Miss Sallie Preston, Professor A. L. Nelson, Dr, Reid White, and Captain S, B Walker, with Mrs. A. D. Estill at the organ. Captain J. Preston Moore, oommander of Lee-Jaoiuon C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 7 June 1899

SUCCESSFUL COUNTRY BOY-. The city boy weuld, on first thought j neem to be likely to develop much I greater mental ability, and to take a higher place in the world tban the cou -' try boy The city schools and teach-1 in?8 are imagined to De the best, the j mental activity in every direc'ion develops precocity, and contact wit!.' all classes anel conditions of people h 1 supposed to give ease in dealing wit | men, as well as ease ot personal bear? ing. When the city boy goes into t e| country, he is apt to convey to othes h his consciousness ol superior ad var ' tages. How far ia it true that u ly ' boys are superior to country boys! New York is the great city of the United States. "Where do onr big men oome from?" asks the New YorV Tribune, and it answers, in a sentence: "Ten out of every dozen are born out o^ew York, and eigbt cutoftbet-n Were from the rural districts." A very natural reflection upon these facts is the attractiveness of the great metropolis to men of ability far an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 14 June 1899

THE LEXINGTON C&____TTE. *? ol. tia. No. 21_Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, Juno ll, 184,9. ~- Tilga Ye.ir " with roller and ball bearings is one of the most successful ma * fiff E-fCCr.-Hg1 JCl**fJel t>lll(l( 1 fhines on the market. Friction nndwear reduced to a mini? mum. Use Deering Binder Twine and Harvester Oil and you will have no trouble in the harvest field. "WV" gn ttlatk till ntl Ip Tlie Thomas Bakes, Bay Tedders and Loaders. We will be glad to have you come * ' ?'"" 8*ill?' L/ and examine these goods even if you are not in the market for one. lAn<1o> fi_rbAle__? ftre nalf tne Price Rnd guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. Call for a catalogue **V ? ^ItU-Cg iad book of description. * *^ * " ** it. By doing this you will do us a great favor and a good thing for yourself. THE OWEN HARDWARE COMPANY. JUST AI Two Ci Buggies, Cania,* AU the latest styles including Rubber I hare reopened ' i Old _R._CCl and style...

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