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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 8 August 1900

POTASH gives colo? flavor and firmness t< all fruits. No good fruii can be raised withoui Potash. Fertilizers containing at leasi 8 to \o% of Potash will give best results on all fruits. Write for our pamphlets, which ought to be in erery farmer's library. They are sent free. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau St., New York. THEY SAY Tbat o tongue may iuflict a deepe: wound than a sword. Tbat moat men can be made to tall if tbe corkscrew is used to draw tbeit ou\ That the average compositor may not be a writer of fiction, but bo ie usually studying types. Tbat none of us suffer to oui selves alone, since theie are always curiosity seekers willing to listen to tbo story of our lives. Tbat it's only the wotnnn wbo feels s-re of tbe answer who can aflord to ask ber lover every ten minutes if be loves ber. That tbere is no proud-r moment in a young man's life than wben he first tees his picture exhibited in a show? case ou'side a photographer's studio. COU) STEEL OR DEATH. "Ther? is but on...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 15 August 1900

nol TT?? ks !. . iJK. ?-*X eJHLo. liv Vol.96 Lexiugioiia Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, August 15. 1900. <j $1,50 a Year tm an impure lp 1 i ?uttering. ( ui taint which I treatnent. Thc bl * ed In its wo: do more I like 8* ri ii in* i *.l . B. B. S. is tlie qi ty medicine that the diseaa** The roots am4, herbs froa which it is nu !"'r 'yi' ' ptopertiei long resist. 8 S. *S. stitnu SAVE Tim GHikmDREt. yagf'J&ft your child has inherited any blood taint, don't wait tor it ' ai begin atoucetl tx-st blood purifier aad Wood bvii dtonous mieerali. children. **:*?',,-? swat iiw'ht the cm ever, nt, I Ct ft jr. M i . ? i .m ntlei Ho, t.tk When mv iliii^'etor wis nnj.f rt ?'." I frtatit ran* ot pl wc aim i pe direct lotbi ? ?' ' .' which nre beyond ll ; Our 0 '? ITS mad Scrofula an say i n letta wwi n . tu We mik no charge whatever for this. Address, THE SWIFT S Did You Ever Buy That was guaranteed to givo you satis? faction and have it left I judge whether it was satisfactory ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 15 August 1900

rCBLISIlFJIl HT Bnrolay sta Oompwny. Entered at the Postoffice at Lexington, Vai as eecond-claee matter. ~LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 00 per Inch for first insertion and 50c. for each continuance thereafter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOB president: WILLIAM J. BRYAN, OF NEBRASKA. FOR vice-president: ADLAI E. STEVENSON. or ILLINOIS. FOR eONGRESs: B. D. FLOOD, of Appomattox. MR. BR YA y EMB RA CES A GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY. Under the above caption, the Balti? more Sun, the most influential Demo? cratic newspaper in Maryland, and one that opposed the election of Mr. Bryan in '!)G on account of the currency plank in the Chicago platform, on the Oth instant in a leading editorial, endorses Mr Bryan in the following unmistakable terms: "A few days ago The Sun stated Ihat Hon. William J. Bryan, in his speech at Indianapolis accepting the Democratic nomination for the Presi? dency, would have "a golden opportu? nity' to render a signal service to his party. That Mr. Bryan has made wise use of tnis opportuni...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 15 August 1900

WI Sta field and ready to serve ten years we know just pie both in quality an Rockbridge county rye the best whiskey sold ii gallon. Write for price JJ The Leading Liquor Dealers, Personal Miss Mary Crigler is visiting friends in Charles Town, W. Va. Captain T. C. Morton, of Staunton, was in town thia week. Mr. Wm. M. McElwee, Jr., has re? turned from a trip to Atlantic City. IVIr. Templeton Adair is visiting re? latives in Amherst eounty. Mr. John L. Campbell hot returned fiom the White Sulphur Springs. Mias Mary Boley haa returned from a visit to Roanoke. Mr. William Sale, of Bedford City, Va, is visiting Mr. John Crawford. Miss Lula Laird has entered the tiaining school of Columbia Hospital, Washington. Miss Mary L. Smith is visiting her sister, Mrs. Edward Cooper, at Cooper's, W. Vi. Prof. Charles E. Kregloe, of Bo .noke, is vi iticg his sitter, airs. George Gieiner, tear Decatur. Prof. H. St. George Tucker bas re turned from a week's, visit to tbe White Sulphur Springs. Mis3 Ja...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 15 August 1900

NO crop can grow with out Potash. Every blade of Grass, every grain of Corn, all Fruits and Vegetables must have it. If enough is supplied you can count on a full crop? if too little, the growth will be " scrubby." Send for our books telling all about composition ot fertili/irs best adapted fur al! crops. . They cost you Doth idj GERMAN KALI WORKS, w Na-tau St.,N.wVork. POINTED PARAGRAPHS. Interested nearly always means in? teresting. Probably the best way to get rich quick is to go slow. A pretty girl finds nothing but pleas? ant leflections in her mirror. A little husbaadry removes weed; from a hwn?also from a widow*! bonnet. It's a vise man who dces?n't send his clerk to tho door when fortune knocks. The weather vane is tbo only wind instrument that doesn't, annoy the neighbors. It doesn't pay to stick your nose into other people's business?unless you are & lawyer. If it weren't for our little trials and tribulations life would soon become monotonous. The clock is never incli...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 22 August 1900

1 L$.Jh JLj ? J&fc rON ' GAiatuJlTE wu ' :m i ? uatrt nm.-M, uHiij.: i i i,'< 'Vtauavii. Vol.96 No 3;j Lexington, Rookbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, August 2*. 1900. { SJ.50 a Year cANcm Time was wnen Cancu was considered as incurable as leprosy. Physicians and friends could give little relief or encouragement to one afflicted with this terrible disease. Even now doctors know of no r ti icdy for th a blood disease, they still inr:st that there is no hopr outside of a anrgtcal operation, that it will not return. I but at the same time cannot assure you th.it it will not return. \ on m iv cut ur 0 its place, for the disease is in the blood ? is deep-seated and destructive, and be; caustic, flesh-destroying plasters. The blood must be purified and strength) I matter before the Cancer sore will heal. S. S. S. is the only medicine that can overcome this powerful and contaminating builds up and invigorates the old, and supplies new, rich, life-giving blood. S. S S. can be loun...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 22 August 1900

The Gazette. rriaismn ht Barclay db OoanpwM Entered at the Postofflee at Lexington, ag second-class matter. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 00 Inch for first insertion and 50c. fore continuance thereafter. IiBIOCKATIC TICKET. FOB I'REsidext: WILLIAM J. BR.YAN, OF XE13KA8KA. FOB vice-I'KKsiiiknt: ADLAI E. STEVENSON. OF ILLINOIS. FOB < OHOBSM: H. I). FLOOD, of Appomattox. EFFORTS TO CONTROL UOVSl W? clip the following from the edi talia! eelumns of the Danville lirgietei They are words of wisdom and as tru as gospel. Let our leaders take thi advice given them by this sterling Democratic paper and act accordingly "The republican National Committee profiting by its experience of years past lin- determined tc waste no money th s year in the forlorn hope of carrying Virginia for .McKinley. Heretofore the large sums thus expended have boon tl?own away and it would be sheer folly to continue to thrjw away monfy this year when it is so needed in thc really doubtful States. Let it not be c ncluded...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 22 August 1900

ali th W St field and ready to serve ten years we know jus pie both in quality ai Rockbridge county ry the best whiskey sold i: gallon. Write for pric< HARM The Loading Liquor Dealers, Personal Miss Lula Charlton has returned from a visit to Newport News. Rev. T. A. Hall has returned from bis summer vacation. Mis* Clara Sheridan has returned from a visit to friends in Roanoke. Mr. W. R. Kennedy is visiting rela? tives at Gilmore Mills. Mr. Lloyd Teaford, of Columbus, O., is v.si ling J. V. Grinstead Mrs. Sebert Charlton, of Newport News, is visiting Miss Mossy Charlton. Rev. Howard Jones, of New Yoi k, preached at the Baptist church Sun? day morning. Miss lone Crutcbfi&ld, of .Richmond, is the guest of Misses Maggie and Lizzie Graham. Mr. George Witt, who has been at } ome for several weeks with the fever, is able to be out again. Miss Pearl Boude has returned from a visit to friends in Staunton and Augusta county. Mies Fahy McClain, of Harrison? burg, is visiting her sister,...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 22 August 1900

TWO hundred bushels of Potatoes remove eighty pounds of "actual" Pot? ash from the soil. One thou? sand pounds of a fertilizer con? taining 8% "actual" Potash will supply just the amount needed. If there is a de? ficiency of Potash, there will be a falling-oiTin the crop. We have some valuable books telling about composi? tion, use and value of fertilizers for various crops. They are sent" free. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau St., New York. STUB ENDS OF THOUGHT. Haste and dispatch are foreign to eachother. One is an accomplishment, the other a misfortune. As sacred music softens the heart to j ray<r, so gentle words olteu shame a I a!li to pardon. Hypocricy is dishonest and creative of the worst type of self-contempt. Lack of confidence is the canker worm of afiection. Our own happiness is regulated, to a large extent, by the consideration we have for the welfare of ethers. Self-gratification is not generosity, but charity would suffer greatly by its absence. Some men never correct...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 29 August 1900

*, m fi Ga2*ijJ nrtfii ?!.' Vol.% No > S.-S- >oa. Lox kbridge Cotmty, Virginia, Wednesday, Augusf.89. 1900. <( JHt,*0ii Year 11 I Contagkw* Blood PoUon ? tlc mc ??> I Thc first sort or nicer is followed by little red pimp] b on the 1 i blinds tri! Rame, copper colored ftplotcl | some of the milder symptoms; they! j tortured with r* i matic pa::'." an Il is a pecuu .r poison, and so highly contagious that an ii vised by one infect?'* . e inocul . from I 1.1 a mod Many an old sore or stu'iborn skin trouble appearing in mi poison contracted in early life. You may have taken potash anc and thought you were cured, but you vere not, for these poison) drive it from the outside, but it is doing its w< rk on tl.! Insid You may not recognize it as the same old taint, but il I ! Contagious Blood Poison, and it will cure you It 19 thc or.lv and the only antidote for this poison ^ g cle-uiyr-g the J> poison ? there is never any return of the dueatt, Mrs.T.WI.eOIc nt ?otr.?ry. A...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 29 August 1900

The Gazette PUaUSHID BY Barclay ?t> OompftM Entered at the Postofflceat Leilngton, as Boeond-class matter. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS fl 00 Inch for first, insertion and 50c. fore continuance thereafter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PBESinEXT: WILLIAM J. BRYAN, Or NEBKA8KA. FOR VICE-rRESIPENT: ADLAI E. STEVENSON, OE ILLINOIS. FOR CONGRESS: ll. D. FLOOD, of Appomattox. CURRENT COMMENT. A e tbe press agents ot the adminh tration preparing the public for th acquisition of Chinese territory? I liobs that waj. Hints that the onl, indemnity lo be obtained from Cbini in territory are numerous in adminiS' tra'ion papers. Mr. McKin'ey to his European im p ri listic allies, who ora preparing to cur up China : "Wait until after elec? tion, and I'll be with yon." With General Apa hy in command of I be Republican fcrces and General Aggressive in command of the Demo? crats, who can doubt thc result ? Teddy has written a letter to Gen. Pa'nier, explaining that his abuse of Democrats in bis St, Paul speech ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 29 August 1900

'IB. 1 aft th W St! field and ready to serve ten years we know jus pie both in quality at Rockbridge county ry the best whiskey sold i gallon. Write for pric HARM. i Dealers, Personal Mr. B. H. Gorrell has returned from a visit to relatives at Berkeley, W. Va? Miss Lelia McCorkle, of Glasgow, is visiting friends in Danville, Va. Miss Ethel Ballard, of Baltimore, is v'siting Miss Lois Gorrell. Mr. F. W. Jenks, of Richmond, was in Lexington this week. V. B. McClure returned last week from a visit to relatives in Texas. W. A. Irvine left yesterday on a short visit to Charlottesville. Miss Julia Budd, of Petersburg, is tbe guest of Miss May Haskins* Mrs. T. L. Pie*ton bas as her gu.'st Miss Mattie Bolling, of Petertbu.g. Mis. R. G. Templeton has as her gurst Mrs. Wm. Parker, of Richmond. Misses Mary and Martha Moore are visiting in Harrisonburg. Miss Harriett Morrison is the guest cf Mrs Prof. Hogue. Miss Margaret Graham is at the Old Sweet Springs. John Deaver, of .Roanoke, ia visiting...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 29 August 1900

CHOICE Vegetables will always find a ready market?but only that farmer can raise them who has studied the great secret how to ob? tain both quality and quantity by thc judicious use of v/ell balanced fertilizers No fertil? izer for Vegetables can produce a large yield unless il at least 8j I ish. Send in? cur books, v hich furn information. We sei free of charge. GERMAN KALI WORKS, C3 Nassau St. N-??? I EVILS OF GOOD ADVICE. "3iy," said the man with the cor? rie d leo'?, "do you remetnb.r giving m a lot of advice on how to conduct ny 1 >vo tiff?ira about two months ago ?" "Yt s," r plied tue man with the wis exj ression. "Told me if I "/anted to win thc girl J should make love to her mother!" '?Uh-huh." "Slid if I could get the old ladj on my side all I had to do was to toddle i rou rd with a r Lg ard say, 'when ?' to Ik) girl." The wise man nodded. "Snid for me to compliment the motlier on her youthful appearance/' continued the worried man, "and give her a jolly about how s id ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 5 September 1900

T ??? ? .^ NGTON Vol.96 No 37 Lexi] lounty, Virginia, Wednesday, September 5. 1900. -J $1,50 a Year Skin Dis .When the excretory organs fail to carry of! thc waste material fran th ? mal accumulation of effete matter which Olsons and clogs th( This poison is carried through the general chcJati >n to all ; u ta ol tl body, ur. tue skin surface there is a redness and eruption, and by cert?.'n peculiarities v, Tetter, Acne, Salt Rheum, Psoriasis, Erysipelas 2nd mai ? ? -- ? t-?.-? -?????.?, . .^-, .a0,?, jl.1 ,aiin;i(i3 aiiu lil... , tiv.iul While thc skin is the seat of irritation, the real disease is in vii- t>lood. Madid powder* tnay allay the Itching and burning, but never cure, no matter how lan continued, and the condition is often aggravated and skin pi rn .i cr.tlv injured by th Thc disease ls mere (ban skin deep; fte entire The many preparations of arsenic, mercury, potash, etc., 11.1t only -> lOt euri' and break down the constitution. S. S. S., nature's own remedy, m...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 5 September 1900

The Gazette, PTJBLI9MKD BY Bftrolevy jdkf CJc>~txx-e>a.-tx-3r Entered at the Postofflce at Lexington, Va ae second-class matter. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS fl 00 pe noh for first insertion and 60c. for ead aontlnuance thereafter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ron president: WILLIAM J. BRYAN, OF NEBRASKA. TOR VlCE-rilE'UUENT: ADLAI E. STEVENSON. OF ILLINOIS. fok ooaor.KM: II. D. FLOOD, of appomattox. HOW MR. M* RIX LEY HAS HE COME THE" WHOLE TH 1X0 r It may be doubted that any enemy of human liberty hae played a shrewder geme than bas Mr. McKinley, from firt.t to last, in bis inauguration and exten? sion of the policy of imperialism That policy may be said to have had its he ginning in McKinley's prosecution of a war on the Filipinos without the sanction of Congress. In justification of thi3 it was contended that the Presi? dent was merely defending the ri?hts of the nation to territory it bad acquited in duo form by treaty with Hi aii;. That was the first step. The policy has been eminently on...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 5 September 1900

w Ste field and_ready to serve ten years wc know] jusl pie both in quality an Rockbridge county rye the best whiskey sold ii gallon. Write for price The Leading; Liquor Dealers, Personal Mr. D. C. Humphries, of Vesuvius, is visiting relatives at Rockville, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Thomft3 S. Burwcll spent Sunday with relatives in Staun? ton. Mr. "William M. McEhvee, Jr., is in Charlottesville today attending the marriage of a friend. Mrs. J. W. C-.dwell, of McG.dieys ville, Rockingham coanty, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Crawford. Mr. B. F. McClung, of Brownsburg, paid this office a pleasant call on Satur day. Mrs. Bettie Stuart, who spent the sammer with relatives nt Goshen, hi.8 returned home. Rev. Lee W. Irwin, of Radford, and his sister, Miss Lucretia Ii win, of Lex? ington, aro at Crocket Springs, Va. Mrs. Blanche Geidel and children, of "Waynesboro, Pa., are visiting W. V. "Wilkerson, Esq. Presiding Elder B. F. Ball occupied the pulpit of Trinity Methodist church Sunday night. ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 5 September 1900

FJOTASH pvek ? M * flavor and firmness to all fruits. No goo.! f'l.it caii be raised without Potash. Fertilizers containing at least 8 to io'V of Potash will give best results on all fruits. Write for our pamphlets, which ought to be in every farmer's library. They are sent free. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 9) Nassau St., New York. PEARLS OF THOUGHT. Tbe child is father of the man.? Wordsworth. On their own merits modest men are dumb.?George Cclman. Sweetest melodies are those that al? by distance mada more sweet. ?Words worth. Conscience bas no moro to do with t-alhntry than it has with politics.? Sheridan. When a man assumes a public trust, be should consider himself public prop? erty.?Jefferson. To be prepared for war is one of the most oflectual means of preserving peace.?George Washington. The impulse to patiently wait and tbe impulse to trust are both tbe voice in the soul of that eternal power on which it is stayed.?G. S. Merriam. It takes far less insight to discover defects than it ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 12 September 1900

JO. m Vol.96 No 38 Leringti rckbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, September 12. I90O. ?J $1.50 a Year That old sore or ulcer, which has been a source of pain, worry and anri ty to five or toa years?maybe longer ? doesn't heal because you are not using the 7>ropc ment, but ar* trying to cure it with salves ar.d wasbss. While these are soot bl r. \ and pain to some extent, no real, permanent good can come from their use, becaut tbe is in tbe blood andfar beyond the re^ch of oxW-ia.' armli ation A sore heals promptly when the bloo 1 ls in kuou conditi tendency of these old sores and ulcers is to grow worse, sprt They are a constant drain upon the system, gradually but sui A person's capacity for work or pleasure is soon lost iii the grea S. S. 8. makes a rapid and permanent cure of old sorts does, because no other can reach deep-seated blood troubles. C are too weak and watery to overcome a deadly poison that bi waste valuable time experimenting with them - gm. fc -, "Some years ag...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 12 September 1900

Thb Gazette. PUBLISHED BY .rolny c?3 Oompuny. Enttred at the Postofnceat Lexington, Vai as second-class matter. LEOAL ADVERTISEMENTS fl 00 per noh for first insertion and 60c. for each ?ontlnuanee thereafter. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. roa pbbsident: WILLIAM J. BRYAN, of nebraska. fob vice-fkesident: ADLAI E. STEVENSON. or illinois. FOR C05GBKS8: H. D FLOOD, of Appomattox. Alexandria Gazette: Mr. W. L Wil? een, though he sees "much to commend commend and little to criticise in the alminbtration's Chinese policy,'' has too much Southern blood in his veins to perfait him to train any longer with tie uncongenial political associates he made four years ago, and yesterday he returned to his old party and will remain with it hereafter. Ail of the other be ter men who followed Mr. Cleveland out of the Democratic par .j have also seen the error of their way, and retraced their s'eps, and the few who have not jcined the black Repub' Mein party, will doubtless dc likewise before election day, by whic...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 12 September 1900

Y aftei this Wh 8 tai field and/eady to serve ; ten years we know] just pie both in quality and Rockbridge county rye the best whiskey sold in gallon. Write for price W The Leading Liquor Dealers, Personal Mr. W. A. Ross, of Norfo'.k, is visit? ing his father, Col. J. D. H. Ros*. Mr. Gus. Quarles, of Louisville, Ky., is visitiog his father, Dr. J. A. Quarles. Dr. W, D. Armstrong has returned from a visit to Salem, his old home. IV!iss Susie Rhodes has returned from a visit to friends in Maryland. Xv. and Mrs. Grady, of Hinton, W. Va., ate the guests of Mrs. C. A. Adams." Mr?. J. R. Tucker and daughter, Mis. Gertrude Logan, have returned from New York. Mrs. Joteph Goodloe and children, of Goshen, were in Lexington Tu< s day. Mrs. Edward Dillon and daughters have returned from Indian Rock, vshere they spent the summer. Mrs. C. D. Denit and children, who Lave been visiting Mrs. L, Wright, have returned to their tome in Salem. Prof. C L, Crow, < i Washington and Lee, has returned ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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