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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 6 December 1899

m*.,[!MA SifataBlllaTW^WSS TEE CONSERVATIVE BEVIEW* "Tho Ncg.o Population of the South, is the titlo ot a learned articlo by Piiiip Alexander Bruce, author cf "e"ci.nornic History of Virgigia in the ?"V St ve t cuth Century," which appears among a lieu reserve of entertaining and educational literature im the Novom ber insure of cdo Conservative Reyiew Mr. Bruce say--:?" The removal of the negro from the seuth would result in three conspicuous advantages to this part of th" unron." the principle one being social equality. He vigorously aid -plainly states tbat the real under lying cause for the non-development of the South is the black population aud that the reason that the thrifty, ndustrious Northerneers immigrate to the West instead of tbe South is the negro. The Conservative Review for Novem? ber also contains an artiele on "Sound Money Democracy in the South," by Ex-Congtessman Josiah Patterson of Tennes8te;"William Ewart Gladstone," by Hon. J. L. M. Curry, Ex-Minister te Spai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 13 December 1899

HE LEXINGTON Ga^hITTE. oi. 95e No. 50 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, J>e< ember^!3, 1899. { $1.60 a Year COLUMN OF MEDICINE TWO THOUSAND FEET HIGH. A United States Senator's Letter. UNITED STATES SENATOR McENERY, OF LOUISIANA. Hon S. D. McEnery, United Stater* Senator from Louisiana, nays tbo following in regord to Pe-ru-na: Pe-ru-na Drag Manufacturing Co., Columbus, Ohio: Gentlemen?Pe-ru-na is an excellent tonic. I have used it sufficiently to aay tbat I believe it to be all tbat you claim for lt. Vory Respectfully, S. D. McEnery. Three Car Loads Daily. To meet tbe demands for Pe-ru-na aa a catarrh remedy during tbe fall and win? ter three car-loads per day is required. Pew people comprehend what an im? mense amount of Pe-ru-na this is. It U eighteen hundred doran bottles of Po? rn-na, each bottle containing twenty ounces. Thia amounts to twenty-one thousand six hundred bottles, or four hundred and thirty-two thousand ounces, or three milli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 13 December 1899

-I*. i |1 00 per rating th' ' earnings j i'-O*'. ? . n-m .. v 'it11* ta ti [arable squirming in their bs lo show then- enjoyment ot' the uley gag. langland now fully realizes that ' currying the. war into Africa1' was not ?icu thing as might at first two 'wea ?ppofced. It needs only a prizefight to bring the latest savagery in huruan na tiu-e. Tliis is particularlj true in xhe case of tho man who bet on the wrong .or. lim first man to suggest General uiorson for Speaker i-i now lo-in? ning to pour into Washington and throw up embankments in his cam? paign for something in return; Tlie Tin-plate Tm-, has closed up bundled ( two hundred and eighty ei* tnd*rita con ? 'housands of workmen into un enforced idleuess. tat written an war in South Afri ? me one stole 1 it out ivaatebaakei If that i: J true., tin. man who stole it should Ul i dieted. Republican party, with control of both Congreaa and the Exooutive, is miev ru a position to redeem the p' d ? it m.ado in behalf of currency ' r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 13 December 1899

WASHING Personals and Briefs. Reduced rate on photos, at Milly & Son's during December. The Sunday schools of the town aie arranging for Christmas entertainments. Mr. Frank T, Glasgow is attending Botetourt court at Fincastle. Beautiful carbon views, suitable for Christmas presents, at Milly ft Son's. Mrs. Reid White has returned from a visit to her brother, Mr. W. C. Pres? ton, in Richmond. For acceptable Christmas presents try Milly eSc Sox's fine carbon or platino photos. Mrs. T. E. McCorkle is the guest of Mifes Fannie McXutt, at the Bock bridge Baths. Miss Ella Snider, cf near Buchanan is visiting her sister, Airs. Jo-epa 13. Holmes. Harrisonburg Spirit: Miss Virginia Paul, daughter of Judge Paul, is visit? ing lier sister, Mrs, Greenlee D. Letcher. of Lexington. Mr. AL WMbcurne ln-B-.one to Cov? ington, Ye,, where helm; accepted a position as clerk with the firm of Rinehart & Pa nt r, of that place. Among the cemmitteu eli rk-: ap? pointed Saturday by C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 13 December 1899

fe'*" -*, "PASSION PLAY." \ Lead j Li-.t of Mammoth Productions with 700 Speaking Parts. j Thc "Passion Phy," ns performed : evoi-y ton th year bince 103 3 at Oberam mergao, whieh ia intended to present a lifelike pictuie of the last days of our Savior upon earth, heads the list of mammoth dramas in tho numbor of b(.ron'iii!s* parts. Seven hundred actors 1 are rcquireu, ranging from the chief actor, Joseph Maj er, who has on three occasions played the part of Christ, to the little boys and girls who are group? ed in the Scriptural tableaux, 'ihe play tokes place in a large open-air theater capable** of accommodating 6, 000 spectators. Ths villagers of Oberammergau regard the "Pa sion Play" as a solemn act of religious wor? ship, and the performances are charac tenzod by tbe greatest reverence. The proceeds ate devoted to the good of Ibe community, after defrayal of the cost of producing the play, including a moderate remuneration of the actors. Tbs principal parts are usually heredi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 20 December 1899

LEXINGTON LUI J i.aa*aaa*aaaa>aaaeaaa)aav?*i Vol. 95. No. 51 Lexington. Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, December 20, 1899, ^ $1,50 a Year CATARRH CAUSES CONSUMPTION. YICE PRESIPEIVT ROXA TYLER, OP CHICAGO, ILL. Roxa Tyler, Vice President of the Illinois Woman's Alliance, speaks in high praise of Pe-ru-na to restore tired nerves and weak body. In a letterwrit tcn to Dr. Hartman from 010 East 60th street, Chicago, Iii., she says the fol* lowing: "During the past year I gradually J03t flesh f*n*4 strength until I waa un? able to perform my work properly. I tried different remedies, and Anally Fe ru-na was suggested to me. It gave mc Dew life and restored my strength. I Cannot speak too highly of it," Mrs. Arthur L. Hamilton, wife of ?Colonel Hamilton, of the Seventh Regi fP.eUri Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and whoso residence is at 259 Goodale St., Columbus, Ohio, writes the follow? ing about Pe-ru-na, Dr. Hartman'* scientific remedy for catarrh: "I can bear testimony a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 20 December 1899

THE GAZETTE, i'dULIS "ED EVERY. Wk IVS IC SO., f ?wi? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS fl 00 per iiinli for first insertion aud 50c. foe each oontlnance thereafter. SOME.STARTLING FIGURES. , Some idea of tbo pornlcious effect tho class, legislation fostered by tbe Re publican party has upon tbe agricultural sections may bo gained from an analysis of tho following table, showing tbe per capita circulation of money in tbe various states. It will bo seen tbat tbe northeastern states, with their protected interests, bave successfully sapped tbe agricultural sections. The table was mado when tbe per capita circulation of tbo nat;on was $22.40*. ' .Rhode Island.$98.59 Massachufetts. 8G.17 New York. 74.81 p Connecticuit. 71.14 California.'.. 47 84 New Hampshire. 45.0*1 ' ? Vermont.,. 40.15 Pennsylvania. 38.83 Maine. 80.10 Maryland. 2G.G0 District of Columbia j. 25.75 Delaware. 25.58 New Jersey....'../. 22.44 Colorado. 19.57 Montanna.** 18.95 Illinois.."'. 17.25 Ohio. 15.91 Michigan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 20 December 1899

lOMETHl large xackaga of th* world'* beet e'eanttpr for a nickol. UtUl treater economy in 4-pound package, AU r*oee?t. Made only hy THB M. K. FAIRB4WK eCOMPAWY _giSl|a St. LOttil. Mow Yortr.. nooton. Ptaiadalt DEATH OF MRS. LUCY D. LAVELL. Mrs. Lucj Douglas Lavell, wife of Mr. Abraham Lavell, died at her home csar Summers, Saturdaj night, Decem? ber 10, 1899, aged leventj-five jears. She was taken ill Tuesdaj with some? thing like neivous spasm*, but had prasticallj recovered. A short tims previous to hsr dsath, which occurred ?bout IO o'clock, Mrs. Lavell was again attaeksd with a spasm and died bhortlj thereafter. Ths remains wera interred Monda j in the f amil j burjing ground on the farm. Rev. John H. Herr's, of Natural Bridge, conducted the services. Mrs. Lavall was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Turpin, of near Big Island, Bedford uoantj. She was twice married. Herr first husband was Mr. William Ackerlj, whom she married in Maj, 1847, and who died in August, 1853. Of thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 20 December 1899

A ON-Ll i.U^J.a.1 Ci. . ux-9 Jan:. tote: - l-h aime, i .. with Ona . - - drew him ? . -mtftrvoi appal purpose of elf-destraoticn. B aid the seoond both vorj much mored by the tragedy of thc'situation, tail ed in listening attitudes. At last the pistol was her ird They shuddered with emotion nnd remorse, .when suddenly in rushed tbe triumphantly ex claiming: ''Missed by i oat*enl" BOOMERANG. Gen. (linton Idi -. Ono of the i . e children birthday. '-Children/' said , "you all know ib-t- Tieial. Pu i mow that I am <nl-;o a tell ve'bat ace bet** . Wash - -;1! ' oy [ell, whr'r ? lad's couldn't i .1 a termes . which r.t.'ly.-?Detroit ? ILE LOG In the Black wc- t th epres ent day tbe custom of bearing homo the? Yule log is still carefully ob ? se iv od in all i at detail.. The ,.. hoi^t-fathcrfc'r-j the chosen trees. 'I hen .-he uttei c and carefully lifts up he* log .and ro ? on his ? tshenlder. His seal foils his example, ... eg a log up sgainst the hoie ? ? - artful tb af fre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 27 December 1899

LEXINGTON. JL r* atm. >?m. x 1 . tn v va.-aaan i Vol.95 No. 52 Lexington, Itoekbrldge County, Virginia. Wednesday, Deeember 27, 1899. ?j 81.50 u Year THE SISTER OF SI F?li i<SE Their Favorit Remedy for Coughs, Colds, La farippe and Catarrh. ST. YINCEJTTS ORPHAN ASYLUM, EAST MAIN ST., COLUMBUS, OHIO. In every city and largo town in tho United States tho Sister of Charity har* becomo a familiar object. Tho Catholic Mr. O.W-Arlnr, jtr.U .^on, Dr. S.B. Hartman: "Somo years ago a friend of our Insti? tution recommended to us Dr. Hart? man's - Pe-rn-na' as an excellent remedy for the la grippe, of which we then had leveral pases which threatened to bo of a serious oharaoter. "Wo began to use it and experienced tuch wonderful results that slnco then Po-ru-na has become our favorite medi? cine for influenza, catarrh.coughs, colds and bronchitis. Sisters of St. Francis, "St.Vincent's Orphan Asylum." Mr. G. W. Ar ingo, of Collins? ville, Tex., writes: "I have been us? in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 27 December 1899

THE OtZETT, PrBLISHKDKVEltV WKDKKSD^/ ?BY? B Ant; Ia AY AND COMPANY ^x^x^^^n^^^^n^^^tj^^^^ nt LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $ 1 00 per Inala for first insertion and 50c. for euell ceeiitinance thereafter. GOVERNMENT BOND DEALS Is it not significant that the gove ? mont, in its solicitude for the W i street speculators, should always il th ? poo* le pey d-anly forth* a- i- ie extfhaod this favored few1? And is it cot also significant tbat, no matter how hard tW'farmirig and laboring classes have bein pressed, however low were prices of products and labor, however difficult it was to avoid em? barrassment and ruin, tho government was never kind enough to offer a he'p ing hand to tbis class? In all the bond transactions of tb government, tbe speculators have made willing nt tbe expense ot tbe people. During Mr. Cleveland s administra? tion- tbo Morgan-Belmont syndicate pocketed oome $20,000,000 which of right belonged tbe people. t Mr. McKinley's $200,000,000 bolds, which were sold at par, were...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 27 December 1899

ai Don't wear your w< tim**?it's a sign of pc all your cleaning with WStis and you can change your ?*?>? clothes early in the day. worry. Largest package? TBE H. K. FAIM Chio^'o. St. Louis. tmrnUtt mitr~1kir-kkri}Ui ****.*......._ . Personals and Briefs. Reduced rateo on photos, at Milby & Son's during December. Mr. Ed. Senseney, of Ro?noke, ia tbe guest of his father, Mr. J. M. Senseney. Beautiful carbon views, suitable for Christmas presents, at Miley & Son's. Miss Sarah Charlton is visiting Mis. O. R. Charlton in Newport News. Mr. Maloolm Bruce, of Washington city, is tho guest of relatives hore. Miss M. Sato Varner is visiting Mrs, John D. Parker at Raphine. Mr. E. A. Mooro has gone to North Carolina on a hunting expedition. Mies Hope Stuart ii at home for the holidays. Mr. Wiri Tut willer is the guest of his mother, Mrs. E. 9. Tutwillor. Mr. Gue Quarles is tho guest of his father Dr. J. A. Quarles. Mr. 'William Houston is the gu.st ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 27 December 1899

vs; - ?\ tktid I Liars fV :. '? \ "Cine Lh ng iscorta.i ? ' \ uta I - j daicB, ; -hi' fl i ,r, mo 'rn call nu C ?Say.' ? a 1 ball as ? 'rnaui '.1:1.' lt is a ti I ' ,me*' y\ erl I her onlj bil Uer and ans evered uo.hing at ab.foi eacn of us le-ruiemuored that sho -.var* young and that there were mmiy,many things thal sho did not know. Sh? did not know that when the sweetheart had changed io tbo wif*i end the wife to the mother there comes a woudcrous first timo. That, firs' ? tirao that sho fools tho downy beal ncsding under ber chin, that first tinae that shu feels '.he lestlcsi: pat, pat < f littlo fret as she vainly tries to prison them in her hsnd, sho learns then that her lifo baa burst .into a new and won? derful fullness. In her heart there is kindled tlie fire of love,and tho incense that ames from it.glorifies the whole atmosphere, and tiYr warmth envelops her and hot baby in an everlasting .mantle. ''.Then in .the dim light r-.hosees bond big over her the one* t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 3 January 1900

f Ik 7 v?^ " -^tk i - \TWMf s.-i mn. ..*w>mii*.< fol. 96. No. I n, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, January 3, 1900. aT) immif n i r ? <{ $1,50 a Year Hall If I" ?I ? n rm A i? n rn> *m ^i*?j? ta hiah.Rmritfltl ranro tnt. could j t al EDITOR RSL.EVED B I f OB1BT BROOKS, OP WASHINGTON, D. C. Hon. Hobart Brooks, editor and owner of tho Washington " Capital," 1503 Penn sylvania Avenue, N. W., Washington, D. C., in a recent letter to Dr. Hartman says: Dear Sir?It ia with great pleasure that I can testify as to the merits of Pe rn-na. Aftor suffering over a year with catarrh I began taking Po-ru-na. ri took one bottlo, and so great was tbt sffoct that I rapidly recovered and am now enjoying good hoalth. To all who suffer from debility of any kine! I recom? mend Pe-ru-na as a most valuablo tonic. Hobart Drooks. for those suffering with catarrh. I do not hesitate to recommend lt. Before I had used one bottle I noticed a great chango In mys...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 3 January 1900

. THE GAZETT, ?^aeUSHSD BVERT WsnNKBD, / ?ur? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS fi Mj? imh for first insertion exxd 60c. foreacn ooattaanee thereafter._ With this issue Tits Gazette enter*, *ipon its ninety-sixth year. 1 iib Gazette wishes a "Happy Nev \'e,r" to all, and very many returns. We extend congratulations to tte \U.< andr ia Gazette which, on January 1, entered upon the one hundred and first year of its existence. Long may it live! Wo feel perfectly safe in predicting that Dr. A. Nash Johnston, of Rock? bridge, will bs the nominee of tte tcnatorial convention to be held at Clifton Forgo tomorrow night tosuc ceed ihe late Senator McCorkle. If the present Legislature dees noth? ing eiso to commend it te the farmers of the State, the levying of a tonnage t-.ix on manufacturers of fertilizers in order to roscue the Agricultural De? partment of Virginia from ridionle, ahoasld entitle it to ererlasfjing grati? tude. irandny's Richmond Dispatch was a grear paper...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 3 January 1900

SOMETHI lannie paCaTJase of the world's tieet cle-fcnsCT for a nlckeL etUl creater economy in 4-pound pactUai*. AU rrocori. Made only by TH? K. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, ?>lee*o. Bt Loula. New York. Beeton, PMladelpli! Personals and Briefs. Miss Henney Hopkins, of Koanoke, is visiting the Kisses Faller. Colonel W. W. Sale, of Norfolk, is the gue,t of his parents at Fairfield, Mr. James H. Tolley is visiting re latives in Dayton, Ohio. Mrs. R. 0. Templeton is visitiog friends in Staunton. Miis Lucille Hopkins of Roanoke^ il visiting Miss Nellie Faller. Miss Beisie Northern is visiting her ODunin, Mrs. John R. Chaikley.in Rich? mond. Dr, James Lewis Howe occupied the pulpit of Trinity Methodist chnreh Simd y morning. Miss Neta Berry is vieiting her par? ents, Mr. and Mrs. "William Berry ti Raphine. Mi. Bernard' Semmes, of Newport Nsw*., is M&iting his parents, Co'onel end Mra. T. M. Semmea. Mr. Benj H. Gorrell has been elected superintendent of the Baptist Sunday sch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 3 January 1900

SOLD HOST A COLD BUICK. Yorktown, V - D icembar 26.?Two clever vo ocr ti af .on: Ba..imor*>,with crmnl-t i iiiinliug outfit*, wanderedin? to Ohm *%*? ostensibly loBl.ooi- quail rit ekilled Boo^'emeto, Vkfif eniH.f Weramo aeuaint el wit i D. P. Withers, cf Lexington, who entertained t ii em royally. Tlifcv saon pat Withers iwteivstod ill an undeveloped grid itiyto ol thoirs in C.ifn. : ^v wer* only recuperating now af? ter a long period cf labor, so that tl. might soon return lo tho mine wita * Wn elan! machinery and capital and quickly mako their fortunes, but they were geing to New York first th obraiu $100,000 backing to make the needed purchase*. The mino was going to ?ake t em fabulously tiela in one rear After much urging they agreed to let Withers iu on the ground floor, and they brought him to Baltimore and lin? ed his iutorior with oysteis, terrapin, canvasback and dry champagne to such an extent tejath.* handead over $3,000 to then, ukin-j a goldbriek from theiu ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 10 January 1900

LEXINGTON Vol 96. No. 2 J Lemington, Kockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, January 10, 1900. <> $1,50 a Year CATARRH A NATIONAL CALAMITY. [Prominent members of Congress that owe their health to Po-m-na.] INTERIOR OF UNITED STATES SENATE CriAMBER. Onr nation is passing through s great political crisis. Whether our national policy is to ba ono of territorial expan? sion, or whether we are to remain aloof from international complications, ls the supromo question confronting our Con? gress. The attention of the world is di? rected toward us. The deliberations of eur Congress hare come to be of Inter? national importance. But this consideration affects only our external welfare. Our domestic problems are not one bit less import? ant. We have serious questions before os that relate only to home interests. Chief among them is the health of our people. Catarrh has already become a na tlonal curse. Its ravages extend from ocean to ocean. More than one-half of the poop...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 10 January 1900

[SmPiiWrlAWr*W.st TBt? GAZETT* I'lTfltlSHXD aviBT 'WnDtatl^ml' ?by? BARCLAY .AND COMPANY EGA! ADVERTISEMENTS fl 00 uer ii for first Insertion, and <50c. foreaoii .uaiice thereafter. EDITOBIAL NOTES. it is up to John Bull to "swear off, lofoata at tho hands of tho -fighting B ere. . ,Las become of thoie prominent .iblieans who woro dotonaiaed to vte Boss Hanna. i .so order to auggeit to Iho odi f New Yorkthat they "iwear ofi" lining icmationa ol murder Iriali. When Mr. Brigham Eobarla looka over the trouble that three wi?ai havo j for him ho moat doubt thal lhere is luck in odd numbera. Trench Canadian! aro making a rous kick against enlisting Oana ri nato fight for England in South Africa. McKinley ii already making plains for stumping tour* during th* Presidential campaign; ono of them v, ill ho to the Pacific coast. Tiint the people ol thia republic ar* not ungrateful ia chown by th* rapid growth of th* land lor Ih* widow ano children ol G*n, Lawton, The. frequency with...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 10 January 1900

E2ZI }| Gold Dust does it. Morning, noon and night. Makes all * dull things bright. Housework's a delight with i a ?>-5teaVi It gives to an humble home " both alike resquire. It's woman's THK M. E. FAIBBANS COBI'AM, Ctilcas T3Z3Z Personals and Briefs. Salem Times-Register: Mrs. John G.* Cress, of Rockbridge county, is visiting tha family of Ret. TV. H. H. Joyce. Misses Hannie and Lucille Hopkin?, who hare been visiting the Misses Foliar, har* returned to their hom* in Roanoke. Bichmond News: Mr. Gedrge Derby? shire, who wa* geriously injured while playing football, is now much better and able to ait ap.. Mra. F. C. Bowers, who bas been ?visiting her mother. Mn, Sallie Seale, has returned to her home in Greenville, Augusta county. The communication of onr Alone correspondent, which waa postmarked "Alon*, Jan. 2," did not reach us nntil Thursday, January 4. . During the year 1899 the Lexington postoffice sold 2,900 money orders, aro increase of 260 over tbe previous rear. P...

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