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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 23 August 1899

THE GAZETTE .'?lUUbHEr* BVSEY WSDNK8n..r ?BY? LAKOLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS||1 00 per ?h for first insertion, and 150c. for oneil ?> thcrcaftor_ ?? --a.?aaa^aai-^-~???m^?.? KXPAlNSION. Against expansion, growth, aud de vclopnient of a plant, child, ci y or cotlutry on correct lines, nothing can be'said. We have seen fruit 'rees grow so rapidly?expand so quickly, that the object of their lives?the production of fruit, was a miscarriage. We have seen children develop so that they ?jg noiuited lo nothing in life, save as freaks in a dime museum We have seen cities in the West expand bo quickly as to be out of proportion to the resources upon which they must dapoai for their existence. After all, growth and development must be on correct, on healthy lines. Our government wa-j based on certain well defined principles. The equality of all before the law?the consent of tho governed?and no taxation with? out representation, were admitedly, fundamental principleit Later on, we ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 23 August 1899

i n?T?- aajiii-|-rT-a*-r- ? lM/e*e>Bar *'-' tf whose boure is conspicuo;i . I whose leisure tun*. The chances are ten to on '? I* clo all my cleaning ;i grocers. Largest pai v Ff\IRBA.> OMt*eaea. st. Urala. Kew Yor:;. - -.-.. ?-***-* -ev-e*--ei . The Most Successful EnterprL - Jertakeo 3 Academy for the h p Fire Department, wa eminently snoeessful. It wai largely patronized by all clac:'*c? of our oit-'zon-, both white and colored. The sum realized from the sn . il tne ? . and makin j a ">. In addition to tbis .bined through .50; Georgia Home 3 Company. $10j Virginia Fire aad Mmiue Insurance Company, S5; i ill now havtf uniforms from i about $230. y !>o. il worth il to this pur . . vor using. ci Iel to make .! ? ri member win.' ,-hJch will pur? chase -ii:-'. It ' g to know til et t .is enterprue has made possible the par litable nniforms for our lire men. It is a just recognition of their services ia tlc past, aud for- whieh tli y areappieciative io a liberal public. RAC...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 23 August 1899

MARKETS OF THE WORLD} An editorial in London Commerce, a recognize J trade authority, champion cf monometallism for England, and claiming the largest circulation in ihe world, has caused considerable talk among business men. From it the following extract ie taken: "Leaving the question of tariffs for a moment, let ns consider what a l>i metallist America will mean fer us. The radical silverites are again rn r bhttiing their forces in the United States and are confidently expecting to elect their president next year. Tne man nor in which tho gold standard press of tho United States is discussing the aubjoot would indicate that there is great hope for free silver coinage. In the first place it will mean an immed? iate premium upon United Slates ex? ports, Ihe effect of mining silver at the proposed ratio would in all prob abili ty bring about a great boom in manufaetnres of all kinds. Wages tn ight rise considerably, but the ex porience of other countries goes to show that they wou...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 30 August 1899

THE LEXINGTON Gaz^TTE. Vol. 95. No 35 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, August 30. 1819._?{ $1.50 a Year IY ONE CURE SS C id tho nulli Theyoaredoiensof remedies recommended for i di Oi lo Hiv Ulllj Scrofula, some of them no doubt being sols to afford temporary relief, but 8. 8. 8. ls absolutely Ruftlfifly Villi.,, Til th it th? ?nly remedy which completely oures lt. nOlllOUJ Cquai IU III..) FrCrofulaisoneoAhomostobstmate.doei^eatsd Ak ai A* ni blood diseases, and ls beyond ths reach of ths nUMlflflffl niSflreSfl "latty so-called purifiers and tonier*b>r*-cause some. UleOmifllO UIOUMO. thinJ more thana mere tonid is required. 8.8.B. is oqiial to ant blood trouble, and never fails to cure Scrofula, became lt Soea down to %%d seat of the disease, thu** permanently eliminating every rfc? e,tt? fctnt Thf> B*aHe-t05 oopsequesces to which Scrofula surely leads A _ phouSj^fe'rTerJW Upon tsetse af&icted with it the vital im- dmtxmrammamm. f wasting no time upon tre...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 30 August 1899

HE GAZETTE - *-;? GO rn t n soi e hi\ his pim cr. . ii*.-. . > hieing . ft .vaa not **.uSted ?*) V. a times, ir*, rn JA* s y ". Hallion _ wi. eim< ci armoring I jr good rou!., and tl: \ won ?woi.' y to haw pr r* ?itly boes gre ied 1 v the adv " I hu. >*t6S4d tiio ex? tol . and mot only the .. tun "Horseless Cav ,:" rirc routly -toe um!**- v.:th thc. nen, but the users are quite os '. od ira favor 'of i;,.:' gru.l'e. . ' mai ra aud wi*-. t Id tor -tl: roads Will ha^e a place ir I of-the? joungor '.tion will li that thi . . i relieved st (pt the Rational built a ntuionu} toa.. reat Weet, and ted, nnd truthfully so, ii ol our Cbuntryand gS7S their iu flten ing our government apj.ii ... .1';.r, .ur public road con .. . ttuvonimont wi'l be .utiko uu. appropriation yearly ol at least ont dollar per capita, this auionnt tobe supplemented by simi'ar appropriation*by tho States, and . iu .ii re will be an engineer ..ow roads or-rebuild old ones on a grades, and sufficiently wide so ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 30 August 1899

Lan-e peackftic-** of tbe world'* beet cleanser for a nickel. 8ttU|*Teat??r economy in e-pound prrcknee. All grocer*. Made only bp THB W. K. FAIRBANK COMPA1T eCUcaco, BA. Louie, New York. Boeton. PhtUdel AN EX-CADET WOUNDED AT MANILA. First -Lieutenant William H. Will? iams, of the Twelfth Infantry, who was wounded in ono eyo on the 16th inst while fighting around Manila, is well known in Lexington, where he was a cadet at thc Virginia Military Institute in the class of 1894. While here he was a foct-ball player of considerable note, and a good all round athlete. Mr. Williams is a native of North Caro-1 lina, and was appoinled from civil life] last winter to his present office in the army, COL~~SHERRARD BBEAKS HIS LEG. Colonel Joteph H. Sherrard slipped and fell an the street near the Court House Saturday evening and broke his left leg between the knee and thigh. MARRIED. Holmes-Kesler.?Mr. Albert W. Holmes and Miss Nellie Randolph Ke ti? ler, of Lowell, W. Vt., were quietly married...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 30 August 1899

Kissing soup panties ta vie gun ia. A novel custom, started in the days cf the Civil War, prevails in the eastern part of "West Virginia. At Shepherds town they have a picnic called -'soups." Each person invited brings a dressed chicken, the host providing the vege? tables. Poultry and vegetables are placed in large kettles holding from 10 to 20 gallons, and the combination is cooked 07er open fires for several hou- s or until it is reduced almost to a jolly, Pepper and other seasonings are intro? duced. ThegirlBand young fellows stir the soup with long-handled iron spoons, keeping up a march or walk around the kettles aa they do so. When a girj'a spoon clicks against tho ppoon ot a young man he is at liberty to catch and kiss her. Of course there are many lively skrimishes and a great deal of fun in the game. Whea tne soup is done it is ladled out in plates and eaten, lt is said to be delicious Tbe custom owes its origion to a company of Stonewall Jackson's men. who were recruited ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 6 September 1899

Oool??*unum THE LEXINGTON Vol. 95. No. 36 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, September 6. 1899 <{ $1,50 a Year AN UNFAILING SI6N THAT NATURE IS APPEALING When Nature ls orertaxed, she bas her own way of giving notioe that assist? ance ls needed. Sha does not aak for help until it is impossible to get along without ft. Boils and pimples are an indication that the nystem is accumulating impurities which HFI ft roust be gotten rid of; they are an urgent appeal for aasistanc* rUll ML Ll i ?a warning that oan not sat*ely be ignored. To negleot to purify the blood at this time moans more than tne annoyance of painful boils and unsightly pimples. If theee impurities are allowed to remain, tho Bvstem suoouxnbs to any ordinary illness, and ls unable to withstand the many ailments whioh are ao prevalent during sprung and summer. Mrs. L. Gentile, 2004 Re-joond Avenue, Seattle, Wash., sayri 2 " I was afflicted for a long time with pimples, whioh were very annoying, as thoy di...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 6 September 1899

"THE GAZETTE PrBUStfEro rcvEnr Wbdsksd^ *? m..BV? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS |fl e)0 F c h for first Insertion, and 60c. for cai Ttmliniaiice thereafter_ 1S1HE REPWlIiCAN'TPARTY " TRUST. A trust bas beou donned as "a con bination'of interests, in'restraint of trade." If this definition is corrirc then it follows that not only is the Re puolican party tbe mother of Triw.i the natural protector of Trusta, bu that it is in and of' itself a Itu t, i thut it restrains trade. "By enacting higher tarifl Iriws it ba restrained trndei?from end with al loreign countries, coming to us. It is not denied by any that if the ?'open door policy'' had been adoptee tbat trade with other countries woule have been much greater tann it now ii ?greater than it ever has been. So that it is conceded even by thc Republicans tbat in so far as foreign trade is concerned, that, tbe Republi? can party has boen and is now a trust, lt cannot be denied that the Re? publican party so contracted the vo...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 6 September 1899

Brooms ai mn.tbt cleaned often, else tin lectors. Halrbrushefl de-nan i point of both neahh and cl q'tricklj* and thoroughly bj w il Gold Dust cleans everything and saves both time and THE N. K. FAIR Chic?c?- kt. kt Boateon. Personals and Briefs. Miss Mary Garina bas returned from Hanover, Pa. Mrs. Annie Stanard bas returned to ber borne in Roanoke. Mr. and Mrs. George Orchard, of Lynchburg1, ar? the guests of Mrs. D. M. Reilly. Messrs. J. Will Moore aad F. H. Campbell left this week on a trip to Baltimore and Philadelphia. Mr. Jos. L. Potter has been appoint ed Postmaster at Marmion Vice Dr.W. R. Rodgers, de'd. Mr. Jno. F. Crawford, and his niece, Miss Minnie, have returned from a visit to relatives in Rockingham. Mr. Georgs Blakemore, of Staunton, was tho guest of Mr. T. 8. Barwell to? day. Rev. George Vost, of Danville, an old V. M. I. boy, and a distinguished missionary, will occupy thBfcnlpit of Grace Memoriil church Suncmj. Messrfe. F. S. Anderson and M. S. Koontz, of Woodstoc...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 6 September 1899

HAS A WONDERFUL TONGUE, i_ Mis*** Fannie W, Tunison of Sag Hat bor, L. I., is probably the most wondei ful cripple in tbe world. Since th-, dav of her birth ber hands, feet, legs, and arms^have been paralyzed, but, be n^ of & most ambitious nature and o*tirely unwilling liiat she should be inly a useless burden to those arouo ! hr, jshs busby the most untiring and pa ns taking efforts trained bo/ tou no ,o perform the duties usually accomplished With tbe bands. Her case, according frj the best medical autboriti s, is with Ont a parrallo) in tbe world, and -to those who hav 3 seen this j oung lady at work it hardly seems poooible tbat she could do all that she claims. Miss Tunison, who is about thirty years old, is in no way de'ormed; in in fact, she is a very good-looking young lady, bright and intelligent and au excellent con versa ti nalist. Sho lives with ber father aud two cousins in a little fisherman's cottage, which was built by her grandfather, a seafar? ing man and a so...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 13 September 1899

Oo of*ftool*rtW \ tfllE LEXINGTON Ga^i^TTE. \ r.nei'l* aeat Vol. 95. Ko* 31 Lexington, Eockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, September IS J 39.) <( 81,60 a Year th rn I v ? A K?i i%' r **, r*** * ?? t VWKt 2 ia m gd* Resimo Fatiiiiy in nm Um W o? Ten?4 Cure Found at Last. rbis fejBVful d <m first a^ftrs as a mere scratch, a irimple, or lump in tho breast, too small to attract any notice, u.itil. in mauy c.tses, the'deadly disease is rfu]'.. .ii'volopetl. Canrer can not be air-dd by a surgical operation, because the disease is a *Wrulent poison in the blood, circulating throughout the system, and althettffn the sore or ulcer?kuoTrn as the Cancer?may bo cut away, the poison remains in the blood, and promptly breaks out afresh, with renewed violence. The wonderful success of S. 3. S. in curing obstinate, deep-seated blood diseBases which were considered incurable, induced a few dtv spairing sufferers to try it for Cancer, after exhausting the skill of the phraiciaahs without a ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 13 September 1899

t tnm^\iawwmmsmum B*^eB*BBjBaa?rMfBM"'?**??l*?***w?H,?^" ?THE GAZETT PCBLlSHEn KVKRT WkDNKBD*/ ?BY? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 00 c b tor hist Insertion, and 50c. for er ton/nuance thereafter A BAD" DEAL. The average American is intensi practieal. A bad trade, a poor cl< worries and a*nnoys him. His sen>o justice, of right, ia often developed I J'ne business end of a proposition. V flre lcd to believe that mn kind has n recently acquired this facu'ty. And is it not high ti.ne for oi people to ask, "What profit is it if v gain the Philippines and lose the flowi of our manhood, if. we are taxed f< generations to come for the benefit < h,e fe, w. that will be made more pros perons; or what profit to us if we hav made a bad deal, to continue in evi doing?" . The $20,000,000 we paid Spain fo her quit claim to the Philippines is ? more trifle: The cost of war cannot be less than $200,000,000 a year, but tht cost Of taking care of 100,000 soldiers will be infin...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 13 September 1899

? . ia**.,-.*..*.**-****?*."ii* I-arce package of the trorltVe bert cle-cnvi ."br u nickel. Btlll greater economy tn 4 poer --.e package. All grocers. Made only ley THB W. K. FAIRBANK COMPAT (wblca?I0,8t Louis, New York, Bo-ton. *(*hllta: RETURN AFTER MANY YEARS. Mr. J. M. Black, a prominent farraor of Buflalo Mills, tb:s county, Friday received quito a surprise. He war*, ac? costed by two strangers who wero driv? ing a buggy; tbey endeavored to sell him some farming machinery and finally asked tbat be feed their horse and givo them dinner. To tbe latter proposition be said he would consult bis wife and tbe strangers walked to tbe porch and made themselves at home. Mr. Black thought the face of one of them looked familiar to him and requested his wile to bring him a photo? graph of his brother who lived in the West. From that he recognized one of the men to be bis brother, Charles Black, who lived in Nebra*-*k?>, but did not know tbe other man as he was n complete stranger to bim...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 13 September 1899

J CTE aBUBLBBWBUIUPII 11 Bl SWIBBBBBBBB**BBB SPIBATION A CONDITION! TO BE SOUGHT, NOT AVOIDED. "per*T>!ratlon U .>?soutiai to health,' "ttrltes Elwesrd B Warman ia the LadieV Borne Jowrr**! "Ap?9WOB in good health never suffers from the> heat or tho cold un? less unduly expewed. One may be incon? venienced by excessive perspiration, but it ls n Donditlon ol health rrUhor to bc sought tmSXX to bo avoided. Too much of a ge*..'! jthing, however, ls not desirable. Proper crtvo of the body, proper diet, proper OPMt c '.se,***, ith proper bathing, will produce the rtrorneM condition?in whioh condition t!i B -at will not lppreien ono Lctmeospeci-iii*. jg vution against the too sudden chocking ol p n-spiration. Millions of canals or tubes t oin the inner part of tho body open theli little mouths at the surface, and through these channels, as ceaseless as the flow of Jiine, a fluid contalng the wastes and im? parities oi tho system is passing outward ?Hid ls emptied out of tho skin....

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 20 September 1899

THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. V?.. ?>5b So. 38 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, September 20. 1899 <{ $1,50 a Year Beware of the Doctors' Patchwork.; You Gan Cure Yourself at Home, 'I had spent n There ii not the slightest doubt that the doctors do more harm than good In treating Contagious Blood Poison; many victims of this loathsomo disease would be much bettor off to-day if they had never allowed them? selves to be dosed on mercury and potash, the only remedies which the doctors ever give for blood poison. The doctors aro wholly unable to get rid of this vile poison, and only attempt to heal up the outward^appearance of the diseaso-the sores and eruptions. This thev do by driving the ?i?.intothe system and endeavor to keep lt shut in with their constant doses of potash and mercury. The mouth and throat and other delicate parts then break out into sores, and the fight ls continued Indefinitely, the drugs doing the system more damage than the disease itself. Mr H. ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 20 September 1899

PoBurmrrD aviar Wsouksda r ?BY? ' BAKCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 00. per c h for first Insertion, and 50c. for each Vinlniianpo thereafter_ DEMOCRATIC TICKKT. FOR THE SOUSE OFDELEGA THS W.B. F. LEECH, EH.BARCLAY LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN. The catchy plank in the Republican platform, in 1896 waa the one tbat gave bright promise of International Bime talism. Thousands upon thousands Wore deceived and j deluded by it. Spelloinders, at the rate u -<200 per hour, pictured the advantage of haring .sojgreat.ft nation as England join with ms, nnd ttiiia give silver the t-.t-.tuB it had bad from the foundation of our Country up ^to 1873. In many in atanoes these smooth, oily fellows de? rived tbe very-elect. Later on a commission was appoint? ed to negotiate With bur hereditary foe. They negotiated wi'1 a country that adopted a single s^u. ttl with? out conferring with tinvi">dy but them? selves, when they ha 1 oedy one-third US great a population ax ** row have. We did not c...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 20 September 1899

Sa.es Wa Neglect should never be lt may be she works hard go about it in just the rix. filld Voe thc effo given u a qutci Largest THE g. P. I'lIRBAXK COMPANY, Cl Watch tliis space for Adair's advertisement. He is now in New York buy? ing Fall Goods. He expects to offer a stock this season that will attract buyers from all parts of the county. ROCKBRIDGE NOMINEES. The Richmond .Dispatch of Sunday makes the f ilowing comment on the nomin- es f Saturday's Democratic Comeii' on f r the House of Delegates: The out.ome of tho legislative con? vention in Rockbridge county yesterday was awaited with much interest by Democrats in this city, especially iu view of tbe fact that five of the best knowu men in the county were candi? dates. The seleetion of Hon. W. B. P. Leech and Major Elihu H. Barclay is believed to be eminently wise. Mr. Leech is well known in this cit", hav? ing served two terms in the House. He was a valuable member of that body, and served on some of it*j most impor? tant co...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 20 September 1899

?IE KNEW THE ROPES. It'e the canny old bird that cannot bc caught with Hit bird li- o of litigation. You've probably hevvrd of Lawyer Hacketl ot .Somerset. A little whllo ago be pur 1 some*) laud over which thero had been a lawsuit tor years, until tho parties had Bponl bl If a teen lime? what tho Inti" Wi worth. Hackett knew all about it. Some of thc people wor tiered why ho wanted to got Held of tito piopertj with such an in cumbu- of uneortainlty on it. Others thought that perhapsi"hewanted sxrene legal knitting work and would pitch In rodhot to light that line fence question on Ids own hook. That's what the owner of thc adjoining land thought says tho Baltimore Herald. Ho lie l.iiue-el himself for trouble when he tikiyf Hackett coming across thc Bolds one day, ;-;iiel Uaokett: "Where's yourclaiiit hore, -anyway as to thal tenet**?*' ??J Insist,'' replied the neighbor, "that your fence Ip over my lanel two feet at ono en'I anel ono fe>ot at least at tho other end.'' "Well," re...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 27 September 1899

LEXINGTON i ?' .?* SlJ Jt irfiTp ... .a. ?> I Yoi. 95. No. 9 Lexington^ Rockbridge County, Virgi^iaTwednesday, Se^ i $1.50 a Year No Torture Equal to the itching and Burning of This Fearful Disease. Not much attention is often paid to tha flrat aymptoma of-Eciema, but it ia not lottt before the little rWner*3 begins to itch ana * Thin ia I,..f*-Inc Vin rri ii ri In IT ann will burn. This ia butane beginning, and will lead to suffering and torture almost unen? durable. It ia ? common mistake to regard a roughness and redneaa of the skin aa merely a local irritation; it ia but an indica? tion of a humor in the blood?of terrible Eeaema?which is more than akin-deep, and can not be reached by local applH cations of ointments, salves, etc., applied to the surface. The dlseaae itself. tho real cause of the trouble, is in the blood, although all Buffering is produce*! through tho Bkin; the only way to reach the disease, therefore, ia thougla the blood. ? ? , Mr. Phil T. Jones, of Mixerav...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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