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

m.,,,..,.^,knm,Jmmm CBRisTlA^ ENDEAVOR* A New Name. November 5. Gen. 32:24-29; Rev. 2:17. "A good name is rather to be chosen than groat riches, and loving favor rather than sdver and gold." Every one ought to change a bad name for a good; and a good tor a better. Thii simpb moans that we are to go from strength to strength in Zion, as we ap? pear before Ood. The law of the king? dom is th? law of progress, and our aim ought to realize Longfellow's maxim: "Not enjoyment, and not sorrow Ii our destined end or way; But to act that each tomorrow Find us farther than today." "A prince of God" shalt thou be; lor thou hast power with the Most High and with men, and hast prevailed. This is a glorious tribute to the character and worthy of tbe man who has earned a new name. He shall no longer be Jacob but Israel. This change of name is not uncommon iu scripture- "Be ye perfect" is the talisman of the kingdom Those who have the new name have this as their inspiration. They leave the first pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 8 November 1899

/ -X- *^ IfUty^ JI ^JmrUrttL m ?tafM-a mJtfZ.m mmTP.l rn Lml -.Vt iiiLmTTK Vol. 95. y.o. 4> Lexington, Bockbridge County, Virginia. Weibesday, November 8, I399. ?{$1.60 a Year Boils and Give ta* III IIMCIII IHfi CIQII TUIT Wh*-** Nature is overtaxed, she haa AM UwMLInO dlun I FIA I her own way of giving notice that assist? ance is needed. She does not ask for Ul Tl (DC IO IDDCIMIIP help until it ia impossible to get a!onK without RA lUllC ld ArrCALInU it. Boils and pimples are an indication that ths system is accumulating Impurities which rnn liri Q must be gotten rid of; they are an urgent app-**al for assistance rUn llC Ll* ?a -warning that oan not safely be ignored. To neglect to purify the blrxxl at thia time means more than the annoyance of painful boils and unsightly pimple****, li the*** impurities are allowed to ?remain, the srstsm sueetimbs to any ordinary illneas, and ls onablo to withstand the many ailments whioh are so prevalent during spring and summer. Mrs. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 8 November 1899

THEGAZETTE i*TBU?KEO KVEKY ViSOtHSD^C ?BY? BARCLAY ANB COMPANY ?LEGAL Ain'EUTlSEMBNTB $1 00 p Luoh lui fist Insertion, oud CUc. for ea EDITORIAL NOTES. It would be a case of justice if the Ketil uole-y judge wiro was afraid to hoM a regular session of bis court, be cains, of reports that he was to be assassinated, were removed from office. The ',-ench is no place for a coward. Impeiialism comes high. Our army and navy is now < sting $G50,000 a day, witn moro prospect of increase than decrease. * : Tbe Ohio Republicans realize as never before what a load Boss Hanna ?*. and tbey would willingly get rid of him. if othey could. Napolean sugar-coated his imperial pills with marvelous talcs of the con? trol of the world's commerce by France ? which is a reminder that history re? pents itself. Nape leon's imperialism*!.* largely responsible for the public debt M pf France being larger tban that of any ? . .other nation, and McKinley's imperial ? Um, W not headed oil by th. peopl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 8 November 1899

SOME! lavrta tsaeWAga of tht world's beet cle*n?pr for a nickel. 8ttH areater economy in 4-pound paektaft*. AU frocera. Mfde only by THK IC. K. FAIRBAKK COMPAJTY, Oraleato, Bt. Louta. New TorX Boertoa. P*allade?lp DR. JOHN T. WIGHTMAN. A Brief Sketch of His Interesting Care r Dr. John T, Wightman, who has been ar-sociatc pastor of Court Street Meth? odist church for several mcaths, lef. yesterday for his home iu Baltimore. He is accompanied by tbe high regard and deep affection of everyone who du? ring his sojourn here became acquaint? ed with his lovable and admirable qualities of mind and heart. Dr. Wightman was born at Charles? ton, S. C., September 9tb, 1825. He wis graduated at the Charleston Colleges in 1846, and in 1847, ne entered tbe South Carolina Conference. During his un? tiring and arduous ministry in that St&te, he was appointed to the chief cities. He always manifested the great eat interest in the cause of Sunday Echools and the religious condition of tho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 8 November 1899

(TH VISCUS-A* CAVALRY. Webs juat hniblie. 1 rwrttHng the" th Virginia Cavalry ! hu la ? CU eralR. L T. Beale. Ro < pays th. following h.Vudscr.rie coi ? Y* tuc membears of thi 1 Ith, Va j ' 'rv, nho te>o.r 'lac in thc hist I y charge of the uar. ?.<? ^ny*. I. the lest dayi cf March at Five j Fork? and Dinwiddio Courthouse, and ,:i the n'" i " > dangars of tho memorable einys from Sunday tho 2d to Sunday the 9th of.april they boro itu ri I .tue .irving, dashing manner which they had shown for four years, exhibiting on thc morning of tho ill-fated 9th thc same steady courage, tl.e same intrepid bearing *>vhich mark? ed them in the beginning. Supporting and participating in part in the last charge whieh was made upon the nrtil erry by any aim of the Army of Nor th? em Virgiuia,they cheered tlre.i|eoinrades of (ho Fourteenth Regiment, led by the gallant Captain E. E. Bouldin, of the Charlotte Troop, returning with two twelve-pound b...

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

!: ? !i??ff titi ? Vol. 95* No. 47 Lexington, Kockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, November 15 i899 <{ $1,50 a Year CANCER IS DEADLY! Results Fatally bi Nins Gasss Out of Ten?A Curs Found at Last. This fearful disease often first appears as a mere scratch, a t)iiriple. or lump in the breast, too small to attract any notice, until, in many cases, tho deadly disease is fully developed. Cancer can not be cured bjT a surgical operation, because the disease is a virulent poison in the blood, circulating throughout the system, and although the sore or ulcer?known as the Canoor?may bo cut away, tne poison remain*? in the blood, and promptly breaks out afresh, with renowed violence. The wonderful success of S. S. S. in curing obstinate, deep-twated blood di?<Bft8es which were considered incurable, induced a few de? spairing sufferers to try it for Cancer, after exhausting the skill of the physicians without a cure. Much to their delight ?. S. S. -proved equal to the...

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

_fr - r ; *~* THE GAZETf iT~ Z'PBUf-TtEn EYEKT WKn*-**e.f*n*v I B a UCLAy Ind icomranV LEGAL AI>VKl.TlStPME?TS'fl'0Oxp. vch fer first insertion, no tl* IC e. for ea lop* !r>r*i r u ferres, ft er ?xe . * ly trust tbat the Ameri Oau people will provo themselves too clear-headed not-to apprec'aie Ibo vital difference betwe?n the expansion of tha republic and its free institutions over contiguous teerrLfcej-ry and kindred populations?which*- w-e -ail-gladly wto\~ como if accomplished peaceably and honorably?..aid imperialism,. .which reaches out for distant lands to be ruled as subjects provinces"; too'intelli? gent not to perceive that our rory first step on the road of imperialism has beena betrayal of ihe fundamental principles of democracy followed bj disaster and disgrace; too enh?b totted* not to understand* tbat a .monarchy ] may do such things and?..till- -^nain j a strong monarchy, while a de?mocxaoyJ cannot'do 'them and still remain % democracy.1'?-Carl S...

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

ks*&l*gUgWAW^ "Lend a HandV is the cry of won*on whose hm-.sr\ beyond their physical powers. women need to know that all clea made eaaj by Washing Powder It's as good as an extra pair of Y the household. It aaves time am Largest package?greatest econe THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMP.' ChlCeVft-O. St. Louie. Ne Botton. Pblladelpbra. laJMyeJeae*jaJ?Jejai<*j<*aV*AAe>**?*eV|(?.*Ve Personals and Briefs. Dr. Jas. Lewis Howe attended Bote? tourt court tbs week at Fincastle, Hrs. A. L. Eoones is visiting Mrs. Edward Cooper at Cooper's, W. Va. Mr. Samuel E. Rice, of Covington, is in town. Mis* Lula Laird is visiting the fami? ly of Mr. C. W. Irvine, at Charlottes? ville. Miss Jessie Caldwell of Greenbrier White Sulphur Springs, is visiting Mts. P. C. Oaring. Miss Jennie Barley, of Wiuc-neiter, is visiting her brother, Captain L. D. Barley. -? Mra. J. L- Wo.id Eos-set i>," of Harper's Ferry, is visiting hot* Msr-er. Mr*. L. D. Barley. The j rutr...

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

gmgnmmJAjMmmmm*. BELD GEN. JACKSON tit*. Death Of A Soldier "Who Was Wound? ed "When Carrying Him. V . i lin J. Johnton, of Pluvanna CkoU*, au u0ccl and honored Confeil eratc veteran,whose Dame is linke! in history with li: t of Stonewall Jack | jn, has passed away. Mr. Johnson died st his home, in Fluvanna, on Thursday, October 26. He was a member of Company H, Twonty-second Tirginia Battalion, nnd was in his 77th year. Mr. Johnson was one of the litter b?areis who removed General Jackson whon he was mortally woundel at Chancellors ville, May 8, 1HG3, There Mr. JobnsDnlostan arm under rn m orablo circumstances. Mr. H. W. Sadler, vf Fluvena, a member of the same company es Mr. Johnson, gives the follcw'ng account; "A few'minutes after Jackson f, was wounded atf oflicer dashed up to oui lires an<J ordered Johnson to iake hi* litter and folio* him. Comrade John? son refused, saying he could not leave his battalion without orders from hit own officers. Tbe officen then turne...

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

THE LEXINGTON ? Vol. 95. No. 47 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, November *?*?', 1899.__J$U0 a Year FOR BLOOD POISO Beware il the Doctors' Patchwork; You Gan Gun Yourself at Homo. "I had spent a There is not the slightest doubt that the doctors do more harm than good in treating Contagious Blood Poison; many vlotims of this loathsome disease would be much better off to-day if they had never allowed them r*elves.,.o De dosed on mercury and potash, the only remedies which the doctors ever give for blood poison. The doctors are wholly unable to get rid of thia rile poison, and only attempt to heal up Ahe outward appearance of the disease?the sores and eruptions. This they do by driving th? poison into the 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 is oontinued indefinitely, the drugs doing tho system more damage than the disease itself. ...

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

T HE GAZETTE PrertalSHSn eyei'.v WEDSBen.r ?T1Y? BARCLAY AND COMPANY ? I VDVERT1REMENT8 $1 oo ? n, i eu r-i>t Insertion and CCc. for ea ercafter gFor tue- week euding No*- 3, the tri- -ocoTt*} showed organizations ag gregu teg ?63,000,000. Wark Hanna's plan for busting the krui i ifl to Ink* their mr rpi ns earnings for Iv pubic tn campaign expenses. i noe.rale were never moro deter? mined in their fight for the right thin at tho present time. In the great batMo next your there will bo no strag? glers. The .-kiririir.il of 180(5 means a batt.oVoyal in 1000. It is safe to anticipate an efiort on tho part of tho administration at the noxt congress io wipe out. tho 340,000, 000 greenbacks. Wc have not had bund issue* for over a year, and the I b, are getting hungry, . , f -eel tor gain tho trusts have J tne price of even eo uuiver-; - sala neeeeeity ei salt 45 per eent. The hurableet home in all the country ia malo to pay tribute to the insatiate gieud of aggregated wealth. ...

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

lArt-e packaw o' the voTM** ht*4 for n nickel. stl'.Urtu'-ri a nomyin' ! . tail pftckatji'- kW (rrecern. mtaOt only ? y THE H. K. FAIRHA^K COMI'AJ.' Chltrevgo. Bt. Louis, New York, Beeton, PhllaeH Personals and Briefs. Miss Mary Avior, of Boena Vista, ia thc guest ol' Mrs. Lawrence Embree. Miss PanuieJ Dol.l is visiting her nnut Mrs. F. D. Coe. Miss Fanni* Letcher anti Miss Mag? gie Holt are visiting Mrs. Lizzie Harri? son in Charlotte-yilla Colonel Robert Cai lett is in Lynch? burg attending a district meeting cf the Knights of Pythias. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Heck have returned from a visit to friends in Baltimore. Misses Mary and Sue Devidson are the guests of Uro* John Davidson on South River. Mrs. W. S. "Wilson and daughter, j Miss Mary, are in Mid llesc-x county al the bedside of Mr. W. S. Wilson, wLo, %t are pained to learn,is quite il. We are glad to see Mr. W. B. "Wal? lace on orr streets again af cr the pei*> fnl and skillful operelion performed on hi-; arm by Dr'...

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

A WARM RECEPTION. This real ] nt ol Alfred street came homo ui ibo end ol one week instead of three, as bo intontiei when ho started on his business trip. He had his valise in bi* hand and rang tbe doorbell with a vim. "Pity you couldn't bring a gong ?with -sou," snapped tho pour facodmaid ?who answered the call. "What s the sense of making 6uch a racket? We don't want anything to-day." and she slammed the door in a way that showed she didn't mind noise if 6he made it "Open that eloor!" shouted the angry Owner. ?'Go on, now. We don't buy nothing of peddlers, we dout I bas m^ outers. Quit kickin that door, or I ll telephone for the police. Don't you think you kin skeer me. Git a chase on yourself." "Let mo in at once. I'm the pro? prietor of this plaoe, the husband of your mistress.'' "That's a likely ste ry. sich a lookin' ole frump as you are, Make yourself scarce now fur a baldheaded ole fraud.' He was ten times madder, because be ia 15 years older than his pretty wit*', and jumpe...

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

NGTON FTE. Vol. 95. No. 48 L(?inirton llockbrielsre County, Virginia. Wednesday, November 29, 185)9. I $1,50 a Yeal* HAW BEEF FROM ECIEMA! No Torture Equal to tho Itching and Burning ot This Fearful Disease. Not mash attention Is ofton paid to the Ant symptoms of Eciema, but it la not long before the little redneu begini to Itch ana burn. This is but the beginning, and will lead to suffering and torture almost linen durable. It is a common mistake to regard a roughness and redness of the skip as merely a local irritation; lt Is but an indica? tion of a humor in tho blood?of terrible Eejema?which is more than skin-deep, and can not bo reached by local applf cations of ointments, salves, etc., applied to the surface. Tho diseaso itself. the real cause of tbe trouble, is in the blood, although all suffering in produced through the skin; the only way to reach tho disease, therefore, is through the blood. -**?>? Mr. Phil T. Jones, of Mixers ville, Ind., writes i "I had Eciema ...

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

.-. m."*? ???--*-??.??a??*aaw??V< aZETTE -1 Ol) i ..J. :ic fear ea alt**)! _ EKJ8TS ._- .. mg Hntald ri-ar'8:ript: olic?n ??). will stand hythe !Ampa*< n f'f next year, libtvation papors are now practiedly def.oiisV.ag trusts, On? ortho romodie, fot aboliihhtg trusts. and Wi thou fi which' other romedies , raid bo"? rio '.vt.il ie th*1 abolition of high .. i ,-utectivo.. tariff duties. This c n'id no bo entertained for a moment bj any McKinley man. The idea of having McKinley and high tarifl'iaepatat ed is cruel in tho extreme. One is a necessity of the other. PROSPERITY FOR THE FEW. Denver Post: Thore is. prosperity in the country, but unfortunately it is confined (6 the men with money. Those without it have seldom, a* a whole, been worse off. Even if they are em? ployed tlit cost'of Hying is so great,so dispioportioned to tao scale of wages paid, that they find it almost impossi? ble to make ends meet. Those men begin to anxiously ask what is to be 1'0'nie of...

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

Reap ta 1 Keep in tor med of what is g( maj rarities; f>a rest aral readir Chloajro. 8t T/OTits. New' ?<MMH*.OOOOOOOOs,ai^i3aoOOOiK? Personals and Briefs. Mr. Harry M. Quisenberry is visit:ng friends in Boanoke. Dr. Stuart Leech and wife who have been the guests of Hon. W. B. F. Leach, on Buffalo, havo returned to their home in Brooton, Minn. We have received a beautiful speci? men ohrysamtbemnm from Nanz and Neuner, florists, of Louisville, Ky, Mrs. E. Steinmulhr is tbe local agent for this firm and will receive orders for plants. Tbe Rev. C. G. Brown, of Jump' this eounty, has received vuiauuuous calls to Pleisant Grove and Catholic churches in Bethel Presbytery, South Carolina. He will accept and begin work tbe first Sun.luy in December. At a congregational meeting Sunda*, morning of the members of tbe Lexing? ton Presbyterian Church three deacons were elected, as follows: Professor Da^tl OL Humphreys, Hr, A. Nelson I Myers, and Mr. Frank Moore. The followin...

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

JA. Vi Koin . lure, will -.rorest :? have r merit. ? from . ii that tho vi with dy adda to ? book, but is a io of Studed ia the co; t-growing wii] the lmpori I will show i this Stitt? anea tor their r minka ihat tha ffrreat in 1 nc Union. na to be , . iroper care ai ii a , thi yield of aid bo increaaed 26 rom would ommand tbe highest ?ices. The cominis! i lier's re formulas for the preparation ; explains how and when be used. ? has been setting uv,-.' ? ? -I ? i orders bu ve pun which to . show . iog th u eating thia i ri? farm lt that Ml] sant through tap, to ba ead ci on "d Ne wporl Nows, Thia trade, tho commissioner ?uld be supplied by or who cnn make .. i good ex ort i is manufactured ? i .x mero remote from sea rt butter, ed ii om that . roduct for fat mers could . bulletins , . holding of no who uaintb-* a . would monoy Iping as bujden of ? i I o ap '?' " - ,~ 's to a ? I which is Itara] interests, i r1! derive, ti:* direct . Ihe i ey so expended. UR JAPAN it. 19.?Chicago engi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 6 December 1899

*??>? ' Ga^K te. ol. 95. No. 49 Lexington, Rookbridge County, Virginia* Wednesday; December 6, 1899 *t\ $1,50 a Year After Sli Years of Intense Suffering, Promptly Cured ut Oi Ot Obstinate sores and ulcers which refuso to hoal under ordinary treat? ment soon become chronic and deep seated, and aro a suro sign that tim Pu J Q Q entire circulation is in a depraved condition. They " ,' Ul... are a 6overo drain upon tho system, and ara con? stantly sacing away the vitality. In every case the poison must be eliminated from the blood, and no amount of external treatment can havo any effect. Thero is no uncertainty about the merits of S. S. S.; every claim mado for it is backed up strongly by convincing testimony of those who have beon cured by it and know of ita virtues by experience. Mr. L. J. Clark, of Orange Courthouse, Va. writes: " For six rears I had an obstinate, running ulcer on my ankle, which at time, caused mo intense suffering. I was so dian Med for a long while tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 6 December 1899

THE GAZETTE, *>T-BLISSED F.YF.UV WKDH-aSDM. C ?BT? ' BA11CLAY AND COMPANY LEG Me ADVERTISEMENTS $1 00 per innh lot first Insertion, and 50c. for each contiimnt'o thcreafUT. If those who are busy goading Amer? ican citizens into filling heroes' graves were to go to the trent themselves, there would be less war and fewer he? roes. It does not benefit tbe farmer that uis corn may be turned into glucose oil. rubber, smokeless powder and spirits, if the trnsts who manufacture the30 by-products fix the price of corn. It is abaurb to claim that the govern? ment ia saving money by buding bonds and forestalling interest. It is forcing tbe people to advance deferred pay? ments for the benah*} of creditors at a premium. The Focret understanding with Great Britain is the most weighty reason why McKinley cannot interfere to even give moral support to a country fighting for tie same freedom that our own colo? nies sought from the domina'ion of Great Britian. The agenda* during the past...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 6 December 1899

^...m...,-. rr".*.*.'?>?*.-* i . - - - -?r- ^lia**-*** Jtmrpe package of the world'* h**t tlwine*?r for a nicken. 8.111 paatar aconomy in 4 pound package*. All ffroeera. Made only l.y THC H. K. FAIRBAWK COMPAS e^hlcaa-o. BL Loula, Itaw York, Boatou, Phliad Personals and Briefs. Reduced rate j on photos, at Miley & Son's during December. The store windora remind one tbat "Gbriftmae is but a short while off. Beautiful carbon views, suitable for Christmas presents, at Miley & Son's. Mile Clara McCormick, of Fairfield, is visiting Miss Bessie Adair, Miss Ella Cameron, of Goshen, ia Tieiting Mri. T. S. White. Mr. B. H. Gorrell, Jr., haa returned from a trip to Philadelphia. Miss Nannie Crist was in *atown last week visiting friends. Mrs. John Adams has returned from a visit to Lynehburg. Miss Nettie Henderson, of Staunton ia visiting Miss Jennie Markli. Mr, W. L. Figgat, of Harrisonburg, ia visiting bis mother, Mis. Annie E. Figgat, A fire plug has been...

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