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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 19 July 1899

GAZETT ivant WsoKssb*,/ ?BY?? AND COMPANY fcRTISEMENTS fl OOper brilon, and 50c. forecah [tatter TRUST SLAVES. the trust evil it the ab tent of the labor under libine control. The New ins made a compilation it 116 trusts, overing of lila, represent 17,-, (iduals in American fami upon them for rate of other regulations. The number 3,420,000. Of [an 000,000 are engaged lg artielas of food and are engaged in the max and furniture; a round lace und prepare pro rth in mines and min number are eagaged in and ?Bommunieation; in machinery aad metal to will dany that the lothcr eoaditioasof this th of tha total of inch J nit' d States are ag much of the gigantic eombina aa ever the blacks of by thur white masters? is trusts! Down with ths Republican authorities the amount it ooah the to elect McKinley, the all the way from #8, .0,000,000. Hanna publicly ^vraent of $3,000,000 far ied -'legitimate expenses,' Ijij andspeaken. John that he understood it "Old Man of Uko nor puts it at tM.-MtV tia...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 19 July 1899

OMETHl paeokaca of tba world's beat clear* r*?r ra nickel. 8tUlrtTe>*t*r economy in t-pound yacka*-*. AU trocars. Maxie only bj* Wi w. tx. vamnAWK compawr, Chkmtrt. m. LouU, Nerta York. Bot-ton. PbUadalple !WS IN BRIEF. diorama Showing the Movements H Our People And Their Friends. INTERESTING PERSONALS. ly News Items Gleaned All Over The Town by Our Reporter. [ifrs. M. D. Edmunds has raturned a trip to Texas. sea Minnie and Laura Pierson siting friends in Raphine. >f, W. G. Brown, of Missouri, is guest of Dr. Reid "White. Miss Mary Moore has returned brae. Mr. John H, Moore and wife are at ie Cold Sulphur. Miss Lissie Turnbull, of Roanoke, is le guest of Mrs. J. V. Cr ins te id. Mr. and Mrs. Fitz are visiting Mrs. Joints, in Richmond, Mrs. W. F. Edwards is. in Bruns? wick, Md., visiting relative.". Mrs. Marp/nvp; Powell, of Little Rock, [Ark., is vjm in;; her molher, Mrs. E. P. . Allan. Dr. John L. Msore, formerly cf this >nnty, but now of Griffin, Ga.? is visit Ig friends ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 19 July 1899

.. S4 Years . oW w iug annis: tua lott.- '- this conn ry (.dun c bi:, ro; rn ...yi 8 "ic r .?: ni-i;*; ? ? res J "' *d - tautliii- kelp, ho n kfolif it helped 'tia, bat he ret* li "1 what fl ei . I ?' in'* bu* i ' gatton told him, with tbe kindest in? tention: '?When I can't sleep at night," *-aid u\e, "I say to my husband, 'Ob, r*a3 me one of roy denr minister's sermons! Aud ho has not read five minutes when I am sound asleop!'' Tho "dear minister" said, ol course, tbat he was delighted to hear it, al? though it was not wholly for Ihat pur? pose the sernionsjwere published. Dr. Lindsay Alex.-nJ r of Edinb..rg bad a similar compliment pitied bim. Dr. Bjydjgoes on to relate. Ho -went tc vidit a restless Bufferer, a good woman, and ber friends asked hiroi io read a abapter of the Bible to ber, Tbis be .proceeded to do. In a few minutes sho was sound asleep. "Ab," said one of lier friend-', "see the soothing power of Hie word!'' STATUE OF LR. Da VIS. I Richmond, Ya., July 9.?Tbe fi st ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 26 July 1899

THE ? ir fir Vol;95. No. ,>() Lexington, Kockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, July 26 1810. ^ $1,50 a Year . r The Deering Idea mnm. Cac Deering Binder Tw We also handle 2a Jones* Scales Ta bS The Vulcan Plo\ THE OWI JUST AF Two Car Buggies Carrig ah the> latestsiyi.'.-tieiciiiiiiiit,' Rubber r [have reopened the Old IrihccU nml styler e.f Vehicle's. F.A.IISJ'l II short notice'. Remember, llite-isjuetiht ovi Buggies. Harness, I' ..-.'is, Mew. iv, 1'ril Wagons in shut' bil g tho farmer nee Kerneled ?? i i . a full Iii e ol Sh pie W *Z. F. APT. Corner of. Main ai Mv* York Life In J. Vi. MeCLTJNG, Agent, C-fTThe oldest International inbiuuiiif Oe ly grown for fifty-four yeran. & ls mia'ct men ts. mT olicics tte towateatraKe tut i dava gra<ce ai* |tT?n lo j Mmtnt t f pifniun nt 0 j et cent interest. ?** ^o rts-trictioEs I living, or manner of death. '*$ Issues all fe Pa*, ment Ute and Endowment; and all thets when it heft mes a claim by death. OiTBeto you a sample policy...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 26 July 1899

THE GAZLTT t*rnU3HKD EVERV WEDNK6I)-./ ?RV? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS kl OOper I 'it'll for first insertion, and 50c. for ooah continuance thereafter I_ FIXING THE PRICE OF GOLD BY LATf. Tlie money value or price of gold ii nbsolutely fixed by law. In the oAin JTge system of tho United State 2.*? * grabs of standard gold, or 23.22 groins pure are worth $1, for tbe all-sufficient reason that tbe law requires just that weight of gold to be put into the dol? lar. In otber words, ? the gold dollar weighs 25.8 grains. So by the English coinage laws an ounce of pure gold will be coined into ?3 17a 10$ d of English money. That amount is tbe mint rate j but when gold is deposited h. tbe mint for coinage tbere is always some delay in getting leturns. Prior to 1.844 that delay averaged aboot sixty days. Theiefore the owners'of bullion de sirona of having their money at once would'self i* to the brokers for some* thing less tban the mint rate?usually for ubout ?3 17s Od an ounce...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 26 July 1899

?aiwaje. THE WASHING Personals and Briefs. Hon, G. D, Lotcher is in New York. Rev. trad Mrs. Henry P. Hamill arc lisiting relatives in Maryland. Judge S. H. Letcher is spending a vacation at Virginia Beach. Miss Bobbie Tanner, of Lynchburg, is visiting Miss Bessie Boley. Mrs.Z. Boone, of Salem, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. C. Boude. Miss Sallie Wilkinson, of Lynch? burg, is the guest of Mrs. Thos. J. Rice. Miss Byrnina Hook, who has been the guest of the Misses Holmes, i-s visiting friends in Lynchburg. Miss Bessie Glasgow, one of South Riy-er's charming young ladies, was in tjwn for a short time on Tuesday. Mr. C. F. Didawick, of the railway postal service, is spending his vac ion at his boree near "Woodstock. Mis. W. Y. Kester and sister, Miss Bessie Seal, are visiting relatives in Augusta county. Dr, J. A. Qxxarles occupied the pul? pit of the Second Fhesbytenan church, Staunton, last Sunday. Mr. T. S. Bur well La9 returned from a short vis't to his brother, Editor Bur well, 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. — 26 July 1899

A***: CAPT. ANDREWS FAILS. Liverpool, Jaly'lC?A British steam er, the Holbein, Captain Sherlock,which left New York on July 1 for Manches? ter, and which arrived here to-d-?y day, picked up Capt. William A. An dreTs, known as the "Lone Navig itor,' ?who left Atlantic City on June 18 i i a little craft named tho Dorae, 12 fee in length, to attompt to cross the Atlan? tic, Captain Andrews was found exha ist ad on July 12 about 700 miles from the Irish coaat. His boat was left adrift. Captain Andrews when he left At? lantic City took an easterly course and headed direct for the Axores, where he expected to stay for a few days to re provision his larder* He hoped to make the voyage to England in 58 days.* The British steamer Caper down spoke him on June 20. Captain Andrews at that time was well and de? clined assistance. WHAT Y. M. C. A. MEANT. "You ave a nice member of the Young Men's Christian Association, to make me call a dozen times for this little billi" said an hate collector. "Y...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 2 August 1899

.El tmL^^tmmmm*mWmtnm*Wt !TTE. ? ??*>*, ?a-t'wa'iir:-. . 95. No. 31 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, August 2. 1810. <{ $1,50 a Year * --\7e~ -Lall ULA Tl e Deering ldc* mam. Voe DeBefSring Binder T' Wc also handle 2 Jones' Scales r, ? _ , ???*????***???aaaa-a* III The Vulcan Plo JUST AF Two Cn Buggies Cania; All tho latest r*tytord looludlutj R.ut)bGr I liiivo reoponeedthfl Old Rlicd rufrdrrtyleesofVeblclrp ]P^Vl3SJrJ 1 ] ?abort lititk-fl. I'e cr, tin**, la jut-t Un- ti Ruggl-drS, JV' .i'e is, Mt.wes.. I'll WaVgonf .1 ivibiig lin-fiuiii r ne l.'e :.... eeVTjJ ;. fl IJ 111 i e f >:l;i] it TOT. AT*. JPI Cornel of Main a New York Life Ir J. AV. McCLUNG, Agent, rhe Ordeal InterraUora] inauiaiite < ly gfcvn fur fifn-fei r yeats. & Is unCii neill.*-. aW t lieie san* ii,t t i;tt st..l>'e -it': i e i ir ? i; (i' ct piMii iii j sj BK nt t f fitn.it i atrO I er et lit hilliest. -wafrSe ie .-trie lit ns i lisirj,', er neal c< r ol (Kath. OW Issues all f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 2 August 1899

i?jLZ3Aar3Mi*T~ri' s - wMliiata-aatiTTrn-'? THE GAZETTE t'l BLtSBSO KVKKT WbM'XSD-.' ?TIT? B A KOLAY AND COMPANY LKOAI* ADVERTISEMENTS Ifl 00 pe In h for first Insertion, ond 50c. for earl c r>iitlntjance thereafter_. STURDY AMERICANISM. George Fred Williams of Maasaohu setts ie not afraid to apeak his sent ments, knows how to apeak his sonti menta, and holde such sentiments tha the common people hear him gladly He talks like a western man. In a let ter accepting an invitation to speak a the Clan-na-Gael reunion, Mr. Wii jiaras said: "Tome, as an American, the w hoi sale slaughter of innocent people wh have boon guilty of no e(lonee anv love of country and of freidom, ia Bhame and a scandal, which even r. *?* ' pentance and final justice cannot expi ate. Fellow citizens, apparently deceu and Christian, are heard to say thi as we have begun this, work it mut proceed if to the paint of expiratioi more widows must weep, more graves {** must yawn for brave m. n, even| ot own, that we...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 2 August 1899

,-k Larfra package of tha world's beet cleanpf for a nickel. Btlll ftTfsUr economy in t-pouii' ptvstraa-a. AU rroear*. slade only by P THK If. K. FAIRBAITK COMPA; *Obtca?o. Br. Louie. New York. Boston, Phllat Uniform Our Firemen. We have opened a subscription at this office for the purpose of raising a fund by popular subscription to buy uniforms for our Fire Department. All contributions received by The Goarra during the week will be .acknowledged in TnE Gazette of next week. We will start tbe list. The Lexington Gazette,... $2.00 CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED With local applications, as they cannot reach tho seat of the disease. Catarrh ls a blood or constitutional disease, and In order to cure lt you must take Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cur? ls token Internally, and acts directly on tho blood and mucous sur? faces. Hall's Catarrh Cure ls not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians In tho country for years, and ls a regular prescription. It ls composed o...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 2 August 1899

A. MEAN YANKEE TRIOK-J The Way Perkins Overworked His Hens and How --The Comioittee" Found Him Out. ?*I hate to tell tWs stir/' said the man from Long Island, aa he raked his chin whieker with his fingers. ??It'- B tale of deception and the betrayal d the confidenees of faithful hard work? ing creatures. "Well, to boil it down, it waa this way: A thin faced Yankee moved over from Connecticut, bringing with him about fifty hem. He fixed up the old barn on the place next to mine, which he bought, and he installed the ponltry, with three or four arrogant roosters, in thia here barn. He gave ont, although he didn't talk mueb.tha lie waa a'goin to run an egg Tarn.. Ht tailed it an egg ranch, Aa he wasn'i sociable to any large extent and waa in the habit of drinkin' by himself no body paid mach attention to him. We lat him potter around and juat formed the conclusion that he was a mighty mean man. And by ginger spruce! he was the meanest, low-d t.ndeat BUSS that I've ever run up against* ...

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 August 1899

Ti ri 17* lilli Vol.95. IN0.32 Lexington, Eockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, August 9. 1819 <{ $1,50 a Year TPllaf- Tisf?sT? 1*1 lair ?slfP*ll 1 .ti ll flt" 1' wit^ ro-*er anc* *>a*- l?eftriiig? is one of the most succressful ma "mn. J. tl-beti. -bl chines on the market. Friction and wear reduced to a mini? mum. ?Use Deering Binder Twine and Han-ester Oil and you will have no trouble in the harvest field. llTp <i leo II fl Tl ri lr* ?r*ie Tli0mas Rubes, Hay Tedders and Loaders. We will be glad to have you come J *tJ ^tl Ilctlltll'b anti examine these goods even if you ure not in the market for one. W-f-lflaf*-,-*.' -ol*t?fl lr-? are na*-! *****e I)r*cc am* guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. Call for a catalogue **' r>r-> ?^?bctlabP jvnd b00k of description. HPFltP Villon fl Plot/V 's "6'llt ftero to ***V? am* '' y?n are on ^ie ?**^0?t fra good thing try -'^ * * ** it. By doing this you will du us a great favor and a good thing for yourself. THE OWEN HARDWAR...

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 August 1899

rfi? GAZETTE *30BLi9n*ro bvsrt WaoKisD.. < -mvr? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS |$1 00 per inr-h for first insertion, and 50c. for each continuance thereafter_ Wfe CAI> RUlE FINANCES of THE WORLD. In determining what a powerful 11 f'ect such a nation as the United Stae* would have in establishing th?- pmty of tha metals, wa must take i'i to con? sideration the pivotal position that it occupies as to the monetary systems of the world. The silver-standard na? tions, which make their demands upon silver aloae for currency, constitute one-fourth of the nations of the world in commercial importance. Thc world is then divided into nations, one fourth of which are upon tbe silver standard and three-fourths of which are upon the gold standard. Tbe Unit? ed States alone constitutes in wealth, commerce and power at least one fourth of the world. Let that power of the United States be transferred from gold to silver, an ? vou immedi? ately have the world dividoJ into equal part...

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 August 1899

Uniform Our Firemen. We have opened a subscription [at ?he purpose of*raising a fund by popular subscription to buy uniforms for our Fire Department. All contributions received by Tiij-Guette duri ii g the week will be acknowledged in Tin '(! w'itil: ol next week. The Lexington Gazette,... $2.00 Sf. H. Tomncv,. 2.00 A Friend. 50 Personals and Briefs. General Scott Shipp was in Rich mond last week. Mr. Frank Jenkg, of Richmond, is the guest of Hr. J. H. Beofon. Miss Magnoli i B. Dunlop, '? visiting friends nt Donmrrk.Va. alia**; P liner, Ler of Dr R. M. Palmer, - si BJ . John F. Laird's. Alt. Seymour Paul, cf Ha i ri r-on burg, is visiting liis sister,Mrs. G. D. Letcher Mr. V. 13. McClure is at ltlantio City where he will spend ten days. Airs. It. C. Quinn, of Lynchburg, is visitingMrs. W. T. Shields, Miss Mary Moore has returned from a visit to relatives in Roanoke. Mr. Benjamin F. Wade, of Pulaski, is visiting his old home in Lexington. Mr. J. P. Karney, of Louisiana, is the guest ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 9 August 1899

&Di?f, fck^E? ANt) HIS i oltsS Commenting Oh Robert Bonner's love of horst s, his refusal to allow his horses to run in a race or for money, and his never driving on the Sabbat? the Charlotte Observer says: Thf. late Rev. Dr. John A. Preston, of this city, was passionately fond of horf?es,and said that it was a pro? found regret to him that the betting feature had become so inseparably con? nected -with every lest of speed on the part of these mettlesome, intelligent, handsome creatures. Rosa Bonheur's life-long study ol the horse h s given uh some beautiful paintings, and added to the sam of fine art "Black Beauty" has become a classic in our modern literature. Who can read the chariot race in Ben Hur, in which the star-famed Arabs win the day, without tossing his cap in the \ v;r air? And yet, what in all [art and liter? ature, can compare with Jehovah's own description of Ais superb handiwork: "Bast thou given thehorse strength' Hast thou clothed his neck with thun? der* ?'Ca...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 16 August 1899

I JLl-Ci1 Vol. 95. No. 33 ek> I. Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, August 16, 1819. -{ $1,50 a Tear successful ma a mini fT,Ii<Fa Dinnrintr YtfltPnl Ililli.* tl' with roller and ball bearings is one of the mc?t succes. L IIC JLTt^JL lllg milty Ul AJllimjl chines on the market. Friction andwear reduced to mum. Use Deering Binder Twine and Harvester Oil aud you will have no trouble in the harvest field. WrP fl1ea.il K j*aa*-11 ^ The Thomas Rakes, Hay Tedders and Loaders. We will be glad to have you Ucl lill lt/ and examine these goods even if you are not in the market for one. I .ft rft.Pfi' **st.*P<ll*t?fc. are *ia'^ ^e Pr*ce au(* *ouaranteed to give perfect satisfaction *vUJl**L? r^-Lcilt?? an(i book of description. CDiiic Call for a catalogue HPlleP Vlllr*ftfl Pion/" *8 ?"S-1* Qero to 8***^' antl "" *vou are on tlie om^00-f { r * *S.??d thing 1*7 -M. I1C lilt << 111 M lt* tt if By (\0]rxrt thig you TAiH do us a great favor and a crood thine* for your...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 16 August 1899

THE GAZETTE JPUBLISHBD KTKEY WKDNHSn. f ?BV? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS ||1 00 pe eh Xor.^st insertion, and 50c. for em co?mtianro thereafter WHEAT, The enlarged exports of wheal fror India that set in in 1873 command ut tontiori as' patt of the argument take: against the Bingie gold standard. Ii 1873 tbe amount wis less than 1,000, 000 bushe's. In 1886 it had swollei to nearly 40,000,000, and since then i< has reached 75,000,000 bushels. Everj bushel of this wheat wai sold in com petition with American, and both ix wheat and cotton the com-petition wai on a silver basis. Only during tht famine ia India did our wi eat tempo? rarily rife in price. When silver be ..^raji.to drop ia tb? London market it was to the advantage of the English ? importer to buy in India rather than tbt United States, With a certain number of pounds sterling he could buy-more rupees than formerly, and with each rupee' he could get as much wheal or anything elve in India aa he eould before si...

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 August 1899

iOMETH large pMktifre*. ot* the world'u beet flestrwer for a r-.tclr.el. Still greater eesonomy in 4-pound package. All groceni. Meida only by TM* If. K. FAIRBANK TOMPAK Chicago. PL Louie. New York. Boaton. PhlUde Uniform Our Firemen. Wo havo opened a subscription [at this office for the purpose of raising a fund by popular subscription to bin uniforms for our Fire Department. All contributions received by The Gazbtte during tho week will be acknowledged in The Gvzktte ol -next week. The Loxington Gazette,... $2.00 W. H. Tomney,. 2.00 A Friend,. 50 r?. WEST POINT CADETSHIP. In the competitive examination hold atjAmherst Court House Wednesday and Thursday last of applicants for ap? pointment to a cadetship at the West Point Militaiy Academy, Mr. Alexan? der Anderson, son of William A. An dsrsoD,' Esq., of this place, was tho'suc? cessful candidate. Mr. Mayo Cabe.l, of Nelson county, got the second stand and Mr. John Lee, son of Mrr*-. J. W. Lee, ol Lexington, stood third. The examini...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 16 August 1899

B LAND GRABBERS. Siate Senator John L. Jeflrifs lift _ with Hon. D. A. Grimsley, jui-st ^e circuit, a -petition for a naanda tmOn*, whioh, if granted and sustiined, s,i!! . rertually "put"an "end to land grabbers and .their operations. The petitionasks that the clerk of the County Court of Culpeper count 1 e compelled to receive certain taxes Te/bich have been tendered tue clerk by B. F, i.owles for the purpore of c dooiuing a tract ofi laud in Cul, e^er county irhieh had bcon sold to the Commonwealth for delinquent taxes, and which had boen applied for by Mr. "VV. E. Swann, of Powhatan county. The point made in the petition is that both the acts of January 29, 1896 known as the <'6rst land-grabbers'act," and of February, 1898, tho present land '-grabbers'oct, are unconstitu.ion*]*not having been passed in the manner pre? scribed by article 10, section ll of the constitution, providing for a recorded vote upon the passage of every act "which releases, discharges, or cern mutes An...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 23 August 1899

Co at>4 'MP* & THE LEXINGTON Vol.95. No, 34 Lexington, Kockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, August 23. 1819. <( S1.50 a Year Promptly Reaches the Seat ot all Blood Diseases and In every test mado S. 3. S. easily demonstrates its superiority oyer other blood remedies. It matters not how ob? stinate tha casa, nor what otha* treat? ment or remedies havo failed, 8. 8. 8. always promptly reaches and euros any Rlirfl*5 tlW WfirCf niK*.? disease whore tha blood is in any way Involved. UUIDO IHO IT li*, di baa8d. Everyone who has had experience with blood diseases knows that thero are tio ail irnants or troubles bo obstinato and difficult to euro. Very few remedies olalm to cure such real, deep-seated blood diseases as 8. 8. 8. cures, and fiona can offer suoh Incontrovertible evidence of merit. 8 8. 8. ls not merely a tdnio?it is a cure I It goes down to the very seat of all blood diseases, and get! at the foundation of the very worst case*;, and routs the poison from the syste...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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