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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 16 March 1898

iii? ti iii gazette. Vol. 94. No. 11 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginity V?rcdnesday, JVJarch 16, 1898. ^ 81,50 a Year Declaration of War. WILL BUY A NICE BUGGY AND A GENTEEL Set of Harness ....AT.... PIERSON'S, Usn yon will find the largest'and finest assortment of BUGGIES sod CARRIAGES, us well as a full and complete line of HARNESS obespet than ever ottered on this market. Call and be convinced. Don't forget wo have Wagons, Plows, Harrows, and Everything the Fanners Need in this Line. Remember I have not neglected my < Grocery Department. - W.F.PIERSON. LEXINGTON, VA. Corner Main and Henry Streets. feTAsk for onr "Treaties on Stock." Free. -TO IJl'Y AU. Tin: Smooth and Barbed Wire THAT YOU WILL NEED AS THERE WILL BE Advance in Price on all Wire Goods March 1st. WI HAYE A LARGE STOCK ON HAND AND WANT TO Protect Our Customers as Long as Possible, and we cnn best do this by securing your orders as soon as possible so that wc can be pre . pared to serve you by buying a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 16 March 1898

THE GAZETTE, Published evkkt Wkdnksdat ?bt? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 pei ich for ilrst insertion, and 50c. for each .intinuance thereafter. EDITOEIAL NOTES. Fitz Leo knows the truth and dares to toll it; hence the request for his re? call made br Spain, which Mr McKin ley refused to consider. If Fitz Lee had adopted the Spanish "accident" theory of the destruction of tbe Maine his recall would never have been hinted at. If Spam sends Fitz Lee home it will come very near to making him the big? gest man in[the]TJnited|States. (| The hardest fighting the world ever aiw was that of Americans against Americans, but it will be eclipsed when Americans go against Spaniards?on the American side. Mr. McKinley was a little slow in getting in touch with the sentiment of the country, but now that he has got there let us all hope that no backward steps will be taken by him. The American Eagle is beginning to flap his wings; let the Spaniards be? ware or they will provoke him in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 16 March 1898

m*tnmimt?tJm.<l> ?? ii "?' ^-aa:?*"*)?*-*) GOLD DUST. is never plea* well done, and spending much ?% Then the cleaning thin) | the housewife has tin Largest p. THE K. K. * Chicago. St. Loula. i PERSONAL MENTION. Mrs. L. Sache is visiting friends in Clifton Forge. Mr. John Greenlee was in Buchanan visiting friends last week. 0 Misses Margaret "and Janet Allan, who have spent the winter in Baltimore, have returned home. Lieut. R. G. Paxton, of the United States Army, is the guest of his father, Colonel J. H. Paxton. Cashier Wm. McElw^e spent Sunday with his parent? at the Rockbridge Bath?. We wt re pleased to tee our frit nd Mr. P. I. Huffman, of Alphin, in town Mod day. Miss Fannie McNu't, of the Rock bridge Baths, is the guest of Mis Sadie McCorLle. Misses Mary Berta and Maggie Tay lor Hogshead, of Middlebrook, are vis.t iu? Mrs. F. L. McClung, on Timber Ridge, Mr. and Mre, Edward Dillon, Jr., have returned to their home in Buena Vista, after spending some days...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 16 March 1898

TRIBUTE TO THE COUNTRY EDI? TOR. Washington, March 2.?Tho House spent another day in elebite upon tho Loud bill relating to second class mail matter. Tho speeches, as a rulp, at? tracted little interest.- The speakers were messrs. Bromwell (Republican, Ohio) and Ogelen (Democrat, La.), in favor of the Measure, and Meiari. Bell (Populist, Col.), Simpson (Populist, Kans.), Clark (Democrat, Mo.), Brown Republican, O.), andLenlz (Democrat, 0.), in opposition to it, maiDly on the grounds that it was inimical to the interests of the county edit jr. Mr. Clark was, once editor of a weekly newspaper and he delivered a eu'ogy on the county editor. "Ho is as faithful to the people as the needle to Ihe pole," said he. "In the mo? ment of our campaign of 1896, when a vast majority?not all, mark you, but vast majority?of Democratic meiro politian newspapers basely deserted their colors,, and went, bag and bag? gage, horse, foot and dragoons in the camp of the enemy, the country week lie?, with ta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 23 March 1898

THE LEXIN Km* JL n gazette. Vol. 94. No. 12 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, March 23, 1898. <{ $1,50 a Year Declaration of War. . ? WILL BUY A NICE BUGGY AND A GENTEEL Set of Harness ....AT.... PIERSONS. Hore you will find tho largest and finest assortment of BUGGIES nnd CARRIAGES, as well as a full and complete Uno of ITAHNESS cheaper than ever ottered on this market. Call and bo convinced. Don't forget wo havo Wagons, Plows, Harrows, and Everything the Farmers Need in this Line. Remember I have not neglected my ?_ Csrocery Department. S* W. F. PI E RSON. Corner Main and Henry Streets. LEXINGTON, VA. *_?"Ask for our "Treaties on Stock." Free. NOW IS THE TINE -TO BUY ALL THE Smooth and Barbed Wire THAT YOU WILL NEED AS THERE WILL BE Advance in Price on all Wire Goods March 1st. WE HAYE A LARGE STOCK ON HAND AND WANT TO Protect Our Customers as Long as Possible, and we can best do this by securing your orders as soon as possible so that wo can be pre? pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 23 March 1898

..oe,. ? .a, ...i tumtntttjggttsl i sn ii ?i m '?? t THE GAZETTE. PeaUSataO EVERY WeDNESDAT ?BY? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEQAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 pi inch for fist insertion, and 50c. for eac continuance thereafter. rr-- - "" " ' 9? EDITORIAL NOTES. The sooner Mr. McKinley lets loos the dogs of war the better lie wi please our people. After mature consideration St. Joh ?Wanamaker has decided to raak another cash assault on the Quay bat gain couutcr. If Spain wishes to avoid war, sh would take a long step in the righ direction by recognizing the indepen de ace of Cub?. If the "new woman" wants to enlis there will not be much masculine ob jection, provided that the whole trib. be made to go with her. President Kruger, of the Transvaa Republic, who removes judges nnc otherwise intimidates couria, is knowi as the Czir R -ed of Africa. Gov. Black db payed moro sensi th iii siiiic of the older polit'cians whet he sat dov n on that bill to curtail the liberty of tbe press in New York. Every edit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 23 March 1898

GOLD DUST. TittP OWEfc THE THS. U. Ka FAIRBA Chie*(0. Bt VcmIm. Nsw Yor. PERSONAL MENTION. Rer. A. P. Boude accompanied bj Miss Pearl Boude left Monday for Hie ton, W. Ya., to attend the annual meei ing of the Baltimore Conference. Rev. C. C. Owen and C. F. Spencer have returned from a visit to Rich? mond. The public schools of Central Dis? trict closed Friday last. The Lavesia ?school at East Lexington unier the direction of Mrs. J. T. Wilson, prin? cipal, and Miks Anna Waslh, assistant, had a prosperous session. Gen. Simon Bolivar Buckner, of Ky. han been appointed by President Mc? Kinley, a member of tbe board of visi? tors to the West Point Military Aca? demy. Mr. Jack Carmichael spent last week in Washington visiting friends. Miss Bessie Northern, who lui i been the guest of Mrs. Tate Stenett, at Bell's Valley, has returned to her home here. A nameless stranger arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel La rew, of near Cornwall, on Thursday last? March 17th?a boy^ fifteen pound...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 23 March 1898

V TOUCHING INCIDENT. Thor 'nship of confidence and .laTectio' 'iich existed in Virginia be? tween lite roaster and h;n colored servant- ly were never called slaves or except by "traders" aad u.e'ir .'.- ? Las boen both unknown to aud iv<:,? ehentibile hy those who nev, - ? ivilege of Bteing it tbe* learning it at first hands frail ti ? i pOBt-identes" of those BUIelll di ?. bing illustration of the fee'ing which wns tnen cultivated and took such Jeep root that tbe hurricane of war and of reconstruction could not destioy it, waa shown at tbe funeral of General Taliaferro, in Gloucester county, last "Wednesday. When tbe eja-aa-rral's death was announced some of tbe repr<.seneative negroes of the community requested his family that, as a mark of their love and veneration for bim bis negro friends be permitted to take some part in tho ceremonies at the grave This request was granted, and around tbe grave there gathered a rn at throng of white and black mourners. At...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 30 March 1898

\ ShfU. THE 4dt rn* ef "^'?* ?-?>:?m ?^94. No. 18 Lexington, Rockbj-fi%6 County, Virginia,. Wednesday, Mtirch 30, 1898. Jimmu. ^ i $IM a Year ? * , ? ,i "", ' ,i ..ft: '#?* I PRICE $8.85-READ ONI Ka OkVL Brae Trimmed Wbtt* Un. _-____j_4_-_-__***d. mad* in 64.48.aand m tech widths-l-nfth 71 iBebM. lt has one-loo h pillara two Inch br*** ?_m aad cap*. Tim bad retail* at tram tl to ? dollar*. har ot tha maker and mre the ____)? dUman ?? proftts. Our Catalogue* ara malle, for tb* whine. Complete Ito** of Furniture, Draperies, Crookery, Pictures, Mirror*. Store*. Befrigera ton. Baby Carriage*, Lamps, Bedding, ?c_n ar* oontaiaedin those booka Our LlthoijrapheJ Carpet Catalogue show? ing all good* in hand-painted color* lt ?lao f ree: If Carpet sample* ar* wanted mall us 8c In stamp*. Drop a postal at ono* to tb* money uren and _.__**____? ber that wa pay freight thl* ??oath aa parch**** af tarpot*. -Lae* Car fa-Ian, Fortier* aad Bag* amonBttng to 09 and aver. JuliusH_nes__Son B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 30 March 1898

?- ? iw'_.j___M*_j_m___ THE GAZETTE. Published evert Wednesday ?by? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 per Inch for first Insertion, and 50c. for each continuance thereafter. Thero is entirely too much getting ready to lick Spain; the people wish to see tbe lickiug started. A Boston Union barber wants all the labor organizations to prohibit their members: shaving thoms elves. The Standard Oil Co. is opposed to war because it has a monopoly of the oil business in Spoin and Cuba. If brer Wanamaker is getting any delegates in Pennsylvania, his press agents are keeping very quiet about it. It is a good time to remind some persons that questions involving na? tional honor ore not among those which his country will submit to arbitration. Eugene Debs was in Washington tbe other day, but he did'nt go there to enlist; he does his fighting with his mouth. Congressman Lemuel Eli Quigg, otherwise known as Boss Platt's lackey, wants a press-gag law. At least, that is what he says; but w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 30 March 1898

GOLD DUST. ^r-rrf^alS ?*??.* i-,i***?: doesn't look so bij ?the woman who b .-;. ^.LgE&'N cleaning lost-, sight of *"", ^F^mV, al ll(' money eogewis value*! her money as we 101 Washing , and has something to sh ? worn face and a \ Largest package?g The If. K. Falrbi Chicago. Sta Los Borton. Fbi personJl MENTION. Mr. Jacob Beare! and wXf e are visit? ing relatives in Bath oouaj^. Mr. B. L, Owen spent several days io Richmond this week. Mr. Lacy L. Irvine has returned from a visit of a few days to Baltimore. Mr, D. M. Reilly left Monday morn? ing for the Soldiers' Home at Rich? mond) Mr. J. lt. Williams, of Richmond, and Senator Thoma*. S. Martin were here Saturday on legal business. Rev. R, E, Hutton and Mr. NY. H. Agnor attended the Baltimore Con? ference at Hinton, W. Va. Capt. John A. McNeil of Kerr's Creek, was in Staunton last .week on business, Mr, Cabell C. Tutwiler has gone t*o I'hi'adelphj'i. wlnie ho has secured a position as elect ioian. * Mrs, G. S. Lotti*, Mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 30 March 1898

w J POINTED PARAGRAPHS." (Chicago News.) Tho old maid is always a matchless, wt man. Moro people die from head failure than heart failure. About the only thing they sel at a church fair is thc public. The narro ?v-minded man sometimes makes ihe broadest assertions. Low is n disease that keeps a man sick a long time af tor ho gets well, Some people who havo moro money than bruitiB are not considered wealthy. "Whiskey has a peculiar way of get? ting n man down after he gets it down Politeness yields large dividends.but it is an investment often overlooked. Silence may be golden, but plenty of silver will shut ft man's mouth just as electively. A man never realizes how little he hiows until ft child begins lo ask him questions. Happiness doesn't consist in hnvicg e\ entiling you want, but in the ftbility io get more. Lawyers are not necessarily fond of cuts, *, et they aro always looking for something in the fee-line, A man is usually erubarassed vhen he proposes marriage to ft woman? ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 6 April 1898

THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. ,* ol. 94. No. 14 ' Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, April 6, 1898. <{ ?1,50 a Year ;''? ________________ .ni ! ki. ,1 ni ni I |""",!_T L_J?_.. _____________ ___a____MM im__*W I K is one of thc three im? portant ingredients of *a complete fertilizer; the others .ire phos? phoric acid and nitro? gen. Too little Potash is sure to result in *_i partial crop failure. Eree An ill titrated bat* which tells what Potash is, how i< should tx used, and how much Potash a well-balanced fertilue. sh mid contain, is sent free to all applicants. Send your address. ( OER-1AN KAU WORKS, 9? N**#*- St., New York. WILL BUY-A TUCE BUGGY I AND A GENTEEL Set of Harness. ....AT.... Pi IE R SON '8. Here you will find the largest and flne>_ assortment of BUGGIES and ('Ault!AGES, as well as a full and complete lino .of HARNESS cheaper than ever oflered on this market. Call and bo convinced. Don't forget wo havo Wagons, Plows, Harrows, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 6 April 1898

J> / THJB 6V. Pl*B$_tt_l-._>-?V___-V AVkdnkbdav _JAIK__AYS"<AND COMPANY ?LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS ,1 p Nigh for first; insertion, and 50c. foreai O-Sttouan~e t''i""nfi"v_ i ?- " - --=: ? - Seok< rn after gold are often elisa] - pointed. Seekers after health tal Hood's Sarsaparilla and find it moe every expectation. -EDITORIAL NO 1ES. Cuba "practically free" will not d at all; Cuba absolutely free and ii dependent is the proper thing. If ever one country hrfd a jual cans to declare war against another, the t S. has against Spain. Mr. McKinley should be very care ful to return the confidence he expect ro n Congress and the people. The new c.ui9t ia traveling lowirdi the earth at tte late of a million milei a day, which ia slightly faster than w< ara traveling towards war wi h Spain Prince Luigi, of Italy, is clearly g man of both me ins and nerve; he if back ng an Alaskangold-hunting party, and will lead in person a Js'orth Pol expedi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 6 April 1898

!?? | .' '.-I."I ? ? '.? ? ?!-!_ajJL.J GOLD DUST. GO DU ' THE WASHING A Truthful Statement. An excellent and invaluable remedy, for the cure of cough, cold aud hoarse? ness, is Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, and Mr. Jas. Hadfield, 350 West St., New York City, verities this statement. He writes : '"Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup !? a most excellent remedy for cough, poid and hoarsei-css, and I take great pleasure in recommending it to all, who require such a valuable household medicine." Pr. Boll's Cough Syrup lp sold everywhere for 25 couts. PERSONAL MENTION. s. ?. u, la/umpDeu nag -reiurneei a \isitj)a> Mentis in HichnionAM^ ihbnrg. ? ?^^?1 Circuit Clerk Robert R. Witt wns in Richmond last w. ek. Miss Mamie Tribbett, of Riverside, ? was the gue-t of friends here Fr.day. ? Miss Jennie Nv oltz, of Buena V sta,, is the guest of Mrs. Jay hugh Wills, Rev. Ia W. Irwin, of Radford, spent last week here \ .siting his mother, Mrs. t D. C. Irwin. Miss Kate Pendleton, o' Wy Urville* I ig visiting...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 6 April 1898

A PEACE-MAKER. W bile all the leading nations of the earth, including our own, are spending millions of dollars in the construction of mammouth ironclad ships a little vessel has been invented which may render them all useless, lt is the Holland sub-marine boat. This little vessel moves under the water, and its approach cannot be detected by the captain or crew of an ironclad, so tbat unobserved it can dive under the mammouth ship and explode a torpedo that will bring destruction to the mass of wood and iron and death to all on board. No tavy will dare to approach a shore defended by such formidable engines cf destruction. What then ? Naval warfare will be revolutionized, conflicts on the water will become a thing'of the past and the abolition of tho naval warfare will tend powerfully to bring in the era of universal peace. Such in fact is the tendency of all im? provement in death-dealing weapons or engines of war. Nations will be alow to engage in hostilities when both are armed w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 13 April 1898

THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. fa.94aiiG.l5 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, April 13, 1898. <j 81.50 a Year ?AS YE JUDGF." I rem nstrance flff in?t lier fate. Good I f-**, Roy.i;. th? h;<,.w 9r.d?? b-ki-o powdar i rem U'-"**"-" b . , , I 1 tn?a.n Actual tr-.t. .how it QOt.ono PRICE S-2.2S?READ Of. I No. 083. Brass Trimmed White En? ameled Bedstead, rande In 54,48. 42nnd 86 inch widths? length 7f> inches, lt has one-lnoh pillars, two 4nch brnvs vuse-s and caps. This t>ed n-taiU at from 5 to 6 dollars. Buy of tho maker and sn ve tho mid? dleman's profits. Our Cuticle cues are mailed for tho asklnpr. CorapU'ic Ilne3 of Furniture, Draperies', Crockerr, Pictures, Mirrors. Store*, Ki frlvi-ra tors. Baby Carriaires, l*WB|K*. Hoddles-, etc., are c >ntain< d in thc** books. Our Lithographed Carpt't Catalogue show? ing all kooaIs in bund painted colo:-, is also free: if Carp -t samples an- wanted mall us 8c. in stamp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 13 April 1898

THE GAZETTE. FcBUSUED KVKRY WEDNBSn__Y ?BY? BYl.CLAY AND COMPANY LEG1AL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 per in'h for first Insertion, and 50c. for each continuance thereafter. WAR SHIPS CONVEY LEE FROM CUBA. Havana, April 19.?Th? American flag flies no longer in or about Havana. It di_ appeared as the Fern's flagstaff passed out of view around Morro^Cas tle at 6 o'clock this evening. The Emeline led the start, the Olivette followed, next waa the Bache, and the Fern brought up the rear, carrying General Lee and his Consulate staff and the American correspondent.. Far off in the horizon three Ameri? can war ahipa awaited the American refugee flotilla. General Lee expressed rf gret at having to leave without first seeing General Blanco. British Con? sul General Gullon ia in charge of the American Consulate. At ha'f-past 5 the American vessels began leaving port. Tbe Spanish tug Sut>ie towed out the schooner James H. Dudley, -which arrived here on Thursday last from Pensacola with lumber, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 13 April 1898

GOLD DUST. It cuts the grease, and leave the dishes delightfu THC N. K. FAIRBAf Chicago. St, Louis. ns***. MM i Honesty and Virtue. There is more honesty and virtue contaiued in a bottle of Salvation Oil, than in any other liniment known. "Mrs. A. Fiedler, 2804 Palcthorp St., Philadelphia, Pa., confirms this truth: She found Salvation Oil to be an ex? cellent remedy for rheumatism, stiff joiuts, bruises, etc., and thinks it I should always be kept iu thc house." Don't listen to tho dealer's arguments in favor of a substitute. Insist on get i tiug Salvation Oil, it costs ouly 25 cts. PERSONALS. Mrs. W. T. Jewell is the gua-at cf )Tr?. J. W. Gillock, Miss Dimple CurmicliA'd has returned ' from a visit to Bal iniore, Mrs. J. B. Spencer is visiting rf latives in Fa-tern Virg'nis. Mi*8 Nellie Gibbs has returned home nnd will s .end the summer he e. ?a !' Mit-s Se.-s e Seal, who has be.n on | an extended visit to relatives in Rich? mond, has returned home. Mrs. G. M. Hodel1, of Charleston...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 13 April 1898

GOCD WORK BY ABLOODHOUND (Roanoke Times.) Monday night between 8:30 and 9 o'clock the station and ticket office of the Norfolk and Western at Troutville was broken into and rifled. The tickot case was broken open and about $200 worth of tickets stolen and the express and several other cases were also broken into. The robbers also made an at? tempt to blow open the safe, but they were evidently frightened away before they could accomplish their purpose. Detectives W. G. and Albert Baldwin went toTroutville yesterday on a freight train, taking with them one of their bloodhounds. They put the dog on the trail at 12 o'clock, fifteen hours after tht robbery was committed, and the bound immediately took up the trail and followed it for over two miles to a hay slack, where all the tickets were found, having been hidden there by the robbers. The trail was then followed about five hundred yards further to where a horse and buggy had been standing and there the dog refused to go any turther. ...

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