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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 20 April 1898

r. THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. Vo1.1i47no. IB Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, April 20, 1898. -{ SL50 a Year BaeaeaaaHaaBMiSJMKR V^l.T-a." TaA .*f .lB*na**M| mil"! rU?^v-J \ w PRICE S8.25-HE6D ON! No. 083. nraaa Trlt-*T**P<,i White Bn. smeledTt.'.Istead. m ,.1? In ?"'. ','.timi 86Inch widths?length 75 IndK-ce. li Ima one-inch pillars, two Inch l.i-.-s \i.<ei-s and caps. This lied retails at lrom 5 to 6 dollars. Buy of tho maker nT.il ???- a tho n-id dlemkn's icmflts. Our Oe*..! pu. -. (1>o malled for tho ankiicL-. I i-u.j?lt <? Ine-.'S ot Furniture, Draivrlra, <'.?. I;. r-; Pictures, Mirrors. M'>\<?, !.'. ' tors, Baby Carriage-?, I ni:,/ . ls . etc., are c-nialn >1 In !*??.-** ? ?> ?? 1..-.. ... Lithojrraphotl Carpet I'aWl-K i- ew? ing all gonda in hintliialutcU coitus: alsoft-oo; lt O.irpe-t saiunlwai.1..; i..< ii mail us 8o. In stcim -. I"i--p s ? ?? t . ?: ;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 20 April 1898

?-_?_?_ i nw-iiaaf y>>< THE GAZETTE. PrnttsiiKn evkkv Wkdnkhday ?by?i J5A1.CLAY AND COMPANY I.KCAL ADVERTISEMENTS |1 -i '?? *.- Pr.st insertion, anti 50c. for en c iiiiitniniict1 thereafter. It has always Len expected of ni. engaged in a similar profession to ha1 bympathj tor each other and wlunevi convenient to lend ono another a bel] inp* hand. But this does not tci ni 1 be the case with our Democratic editoi toward .Air. Barclay, who is tn ing I secure the nomination for Congress i th's district. Ho is a good mau,devote to his party and the cause which Hi party represents; but that lie has bee turned down by every Deraocrati editor in tho district seems to be a fore gone e-t'iiclusion. What is Ibo cans of this? All those editors say a nomi nation is equivalent to an election. Di they not believe au editor in Conpres could do journalism no good? Is thor no legi Litton the profession needs? C do they lear no hestilo act towan journalism, siic-h as t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 20 April 1898

GOLD DUST. SOMETH large package ot the world's beat cleanssr for a nickel. SHU greater economy in e-pound packages. All grocers. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPAN Chicago, Bu Louis, New York, Boaton, PhUadcc ?asi | . ? . . No Room for Doubt. Proof, ye9 overwhelm ing proof can be furnished of thc excellent curative qualities of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. "I caught a cold which led to a cough and pain in thc chest, (pneumonia.-) I bought Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, ar.' after taking one bottle of it, the cough began to disappear; Minn I finished taking the second bottle I was cared. Gustav Tburtnaster, 19 Hickory St., Cleveland.0.'' ] )r. Bull's Cough Syrup costs but 25 cents. Take only Bull's. PERSONAL. Mrs. J. T. Wightman ii vi.iting friends in Ballimore. Mr. G. P Letcher is spending sever? al tlays in Washington aud New York. Mrs. Samuel G. Anspach, of Staun . ton, >s visiting her mo,her, Mrs. VY. H. Waddell. V,t. Walworth and tiife of Natchez, Miss., are the guests of Mrs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 20 April 1898

,t^jjj|isj*i; ?^^'T^fV''^ 7V&. SERVANT AND MISTRESS. The laving of the cornerstone of thc Jefferson Davis monument at Rich? mond, not long ago, was marked by a pathetically mt.'testing iucivlcnt, which is thus narrated by the Washing? ton Post: In tho midst of spoechniaking, au old negro was seen working his way labDi-iously through tho crowd upon thc platform. Filially leaching the Governor, the white-haired darkey, his worn hat in both shaking hands, made a low bow. "Please, gov'nor, will you show me whar Missus Davis si anding'?point her i ut to me?" The Governor looked at the negro a moment, and seeing the trembling eagerness in his wrinkled face, court? eously ccmplied with his request. "Thatk'e gov'nor, thank'e; I aint see my ole missus sence massa died way dewain 1\Ji*-sipRippi?I war with her then. I done heerd she'd be hete to day." Tears of joy were in tbe old slave's eyes as he tottered fl. ng to tho place where Mrs. Davis nnd her daughter were ?tanding, both u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 27 April 1898

T ??4 , mamaiam?j|| J_l__E___ Vol.94. No. 17 ^gto^liockbridgc County, Virgin^T^e^^ Gazette. ru 27, 1898. J C-1 Ki\ __ ?*?_*?_ The arrival of spring Marks an era in Dry Goods shopping. Wo don't usually indulge mufi superlatives but simple justice derna? t ts thai we pronounce trarprooenl stockbJ the largest) best assorted, and cheapest wo have ever shown. Perhaps its peer has not been seen in Lexington. Values noted below need only to be mentioned, to be appreciated iustax by overy careful buyer. DRESS GOOD., Fancy Weave Crepons, newest tlenigns, -13 inches, 75c. to $1.(Kiperyartl. All-wool Albatross, in black am' navy, 3C Inches, -inequality, only 86a worth fully 50. Two pieces of fiLiidi's'in bayadere Stripes, 30 inches wide, tiflJTOe. .Ve are offering a 45-iuch Silk Wari. Hen rletta at __ 1.2.7. SHOES. Wo have an immense stock of shoes, that . we will sell at prices that cannot fall to be interesting. In addition to a fulllineof Ladies', l_TI_Mn_il and Children's, we havo some val...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 27 April 1898

THE GAZETTE, IVr.i.i iii-.n BVIB. WlW BARCLAY ANO COMPANY LEGAL aVDVERTlBEMENTS 61 pa inch i'.-i- !'? rs; low .? ? ... 1 ?''' tossed eouti"" ?.,>?. [hereafter. Tlie County Democratic ExoentiV' Committee mel biro last Saturday as select, d Maj Tib as tbe date Foar hold ii.g putnem, in thia county to cleo dd g tea id .li. Congressional conven? tion t c bc held at C vii.gion, Va., June 22ud, -h.'w ll nominate ;i candidate to iv[.i-.-iMit tbs 101b District in tbe U. S. Congress. Rockbridge will be entitled to six? teen whole votes in the convention, but tin- Executive Committee decided t. at .bis countv shu1! have thiity-two delegates each witb half a vote, as fol? lows: lexington, 8 delega'es; South River, -1; Walkera Creek, 6; Ken's Creek, 4: Buffalo, 2; Natural Bridge, t-J A'i i og tbe candi tates for tbe nomi? nation ly this convention is Mr. E. H. Barelsy, a 'nior editor of Tai Gazette, ?who baa given freely of bin tinto and talent aud labor tot the success of Democracy....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 27 April 1898

GOLD DIST. Save The Children. When children are attacked with cough, cold and croup, Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will prove a quick and sure cure. Mr. Elmer E. Baker, Blandon, Pa., writes: ''We have used Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for cough, cold and croup, aud found it the best cough medicine and cure for these affections. Wc never run out of it, but always keep it on hand." Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is sold everywhere for 25 cents. Insist on havan: it. PERSONALS. Miss Kinnear, of Ljnchburg, is tbe guest of Mrs. W. C. Stuart. Messrs. B. N. Bell, G. D. Letcher, J. P. Moore, and "Wm. A. Glasgow are in Roanoke on legal business. Miss Daniel, of Charles Town. W* Ya , is visiting the family of Mr. A. T Barclay. Mrs. Annie F. Blue, of Staunton, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. F. Stratton, at Buena Vista. Amherst New Era: Mias Nellie Mc Bryde, of Lexing on, is visiting Mrs. J. B. Robertson, Mr. A. M. Day, of "Winchester, Ky., attended the funeral of his brolhir-iu law, the late Mr. W. H. Netz. lira. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 27 April 1898

... . in.,, ., ii,u?.??juii.iiaaa*aia CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. i'Rvy::i;-mekt1no. Topic, May 1: L'ttlo Ways of Be ing the World.?ri.il. 2: 12-1(5. 1 6: 13-16. A great niftjy people are it.c iuo Ngari, cheerfulness aa a purely peri al mutter. Our own comfort ho lar* depends on our habitually lookin* the bright side of things, that frequi ly we forget how this attitudo of m affects others besido om selves. Ti t making ii list of tbe little ways of L torin-,-- the world, we shall not orr plaeiag inst tho pocsession < f tl duirlul heart which necessitates bright faco and cheery, imp ri speech. Nothing good or gi'ent was ever u compliBbed by discouraged people, hope is lost, all is lost. The barde man to help is not always tbe mo abandoned criminal, but the one xi] settles down to the beliof that ho hi lost bis chance f r anything better, cheer.'ul face, with Kunsbine in i: frequent wnibs.is an inspiration even n it j a*ses along* a crowded t borong I; fare. A cheerful voice which ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 4 May 1898

THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. Vol. 94. No. 18 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, May 4, 1898. -(81.50 a Year The arrival of spring Marks an era iii Dry Goods shopping. Wo don't usually indulge much in superlatives butsimple justice demands tbat ive pronounce our present stock by far the largest, best assorted, and cheapest we have ever shown. Perhaps its peer has not been seen in Lexington. Values noted below need only to bo mentioned, to be appreciated instantly by every careful buyer. DRESS GOODS. Fancy Weave Crepons, newest designs, 42 Inches, ?5c. to Sl.OOpor yard. All-wool Albatross, in black an?i navy, 30 Inches, fine quality, only 85c. worth fully 50. Two pieces of fancies in Bayadere Stripes, 36 inches wide, onlyTOc. We are offering a 45-iuch Silk "Warp Hen? rietta at $1.25. SHOES. Ws have an immense stock of shoes, that ?Vi will sell at prices that cannot fail to bo interesting. In addition to a full line of Ladies', Mlssss' and Children's, we havo somo values in M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 4 May 1898

ne nae ?M*^SM*a*??aaaaaa* ipi nm aa i ni THE GAZETTE. Published evbtst Wkdxicsdat - HY RAROLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 pei Huh for*rst lii3ertion, and 50c. for each contliiietwie'e thereafter._ The canvass for the Democratic nomination for Congress has closed, we have made an earnest and active canvass in every county cf the Tenth Dis riot, we have wugedwar on no man. We retire- from this fight with clean bands. We have struck no man below the belt. The issue has been joinei, alreaely the skirmish lin? is engaged, and before another issue of the Gazette will go lo pres0, as far as this county is concerned, tbe fight will be either lost or won. Democrats of Rockbridge, wo have upheld yorr banner on many a hard fought field as an humble private io your ranks. We have served you faithfully, and have rejoiced with you in victory and mourned with you in defeat. When you spoke we obeyed and executed your order, for with us it was party not men. When you named your standard bea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 4 May 1898

?MMSSSSBSSSSSSWflwea^WSe GOLD DUST. SOMETH targe packafa of th* world's best elstasei for ? nickel. Still Kreatar economy in *-poun<! package. AH grocers. Made only by TUK Bl. K. FAIRBAKK COMP*. Chicago, St. Louis, New York, Boston. PhUsd PERSONALS. Miss Jennie Clyce, and Miss Nellie Gibts, are in Baltimore. ? Mrs. G. E. Wade, of Raphinc, is the guest of Mrs. W. F. Pierson. The Misses Kinnear, of Lynchburg, ore the guests of Mrs. W. C. Stuart. Mr. H. L. Conner, of Cincinnati, is the guest of Capt.^vV. F. Pierson' Mrs. Smiih, of Missouri, and Miss Rai p,of Amhers't,are tbs guests of Mrs. J. McD. Adair. Miss Sue Movers, who has been the guest of Miss Mary Sense-rey, has re? turned ti her home in Staunlon. Mrs. Ella Cu pp who has been the gr. Sit of her father.Mr. J. M. Senseney, has relumed to her home nf ar Raphine. Mr. G. M. Bodell, of Charleston, W. Ya., is thejgucsl of Mr. G. W. Offlight cr. .Mr. J. Boyd Sbanno'i, of Gladstone, is vi-iting fnends in Lexington this ?we k...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 4 May 1898

FACTS ABO CI THE NAVY. The Uni ed States s the fifth naval power in thu -world. The navies cf Great Britain, France, Russia and Italv mnk ahead in the order nam. d. Germany and the United States are about tied. O ar present effective fij'li ing force con v. sta of four bal tie-ships vt the first class, one battle-ship of the second class, two armored cruisers, eighteeu cruisers, fif ecu gunboats, six double turreted monitors, one ram, one dyna? mite gunboat, one dispatch boat, one transport an.l eight torpedo boats. The powder used is brown. A charge for the biggest gun * weighs 500 pound and is hoisted to the breach by a der? rick, the powder being sewed up in burlap bag'. Armor plates are tested by firing tte el projectiles weighing from 100 to 1500 pounds at them from guns charged with 500 pounds of powder and at a | dit-tance of about a city's block. Our battle-ships have s speed of fiom fifteen to seventeen knots an hour Ciu.sers make idneteen to twenty-four Lnoti-, while ihe m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 11 May 1898

Ige^ounTy^nrginia, Wednesday, May ll, 1898* i eSli50 a Year n petition^ T-C$eila.-;, when the universal ^raaki. ono dollar do tho work of t \vo7 A false economy augusts considerations of price ouly, ami short sighted uiet.hmtl foster the vain delusion that all low-priceil goods are chea]). We do not claim the quos tionable distinction of selling the lowest priced goods in town, but we think the quality bf our goods in any line compares favorably with any other at same price. And tho steady and continued growth of our I)usiuea., during the throe years we have been here, testifies to the appreciation of that fact by our pat? rons. Ont present business has been built up on Jhcse principles, viz: Good goods at fair j .rices. ! All goods as represented, or your money back if you want it. i All goods marked in plain figures, and one price to everybody. We cannot claim the best, largest or.chonp eel itook in town, became we don't know what our M-ghhon haw. but we invite you to give us thc ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 11 May 1898

THE GAZETTE, Pcblwhitj snort Weonksdat BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVEKT1SEMENTS -H ? inch for first insertion, and 60c. for e. continuance th.t .iTt-'i. FRANCE IS OVE FBIEND. In nn interview with Casimir-Beri former President of the French I public, in roany respects the mes* br liant auduuthotitative of French statt men, for the purpose of getting 1 opinion in reply to Ih* charge that i French nation is bitterly hostile to t United S'.nt s and coriespcnding friendly to Spa:n, what ho said may 1 taken as tho most competent, sob analysis possible of the real attitude tho people of France to-day. I said: "It is not strictly accurate to si France is backing up S"*ain moraU neither would the staten cnt bs co rect that a largo section of Frond men are in oppc sition to Spain. 1 observation lends me to believe tl position of France toward Spain one of ?sympathetic commisoiatio France finds herself in a position who: she rather regrets than takes sid She rogrets that war should ha broken o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 11 May 1898

GOLD DUST. / -ev TrVti ? r-^"13 Hardest tilings in til contrary tilings to kee] when not cleaned. Are easily with that enemy i Largest package?great) THE N. K. KAIHIIANH Chicago. BU Louis. New York. PERSONALS. Miss Carrie Pierson is the guest of fiiends at Raphine. Mrs. A. A. Pitman is the guest of fricntla in Charlottebvillc. Rev. S. W. Haddon, of Spottswood, is visiting fnends in West Va. Mr. Jno. P. Ackerley has received his appointment as post-mas!er at Lexington. Mr. Ernest L. lthodes, a popular Baltimore drummer, was the guest this week of his father, Mr. F. P. Rhodes. Mr. F. P. Echurd, of Harrisburg.Pa., is the gui st of his father, Mr, W. K. Echard, of BuffaK Mrs, Frank P. Rhodes is in Ballimore visiting her daughter, Mrs. David H. Kern. Mr. A. L. Koones and wife are in Washington visding 'he family of Mr. C. M. Koones. Mr. C. W. Irvine has returned from a week's visit to New York and other Northern cities. Judge William McLaughlin is in Staunton holding th? May term of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 11 May 1898

CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR VB AV ER-Ml ET! SO. Topic, May 15 : Our dies GodV Temples. 1 Co:. 3 : 16-23. (A Tem? perance Topic.) It se ms simular enough, in view of the way tho Biblo everywhere sparta of tue bily, lhat men i-hould ever have thought to please God by its abuse. Yt t thousands in tho past tried to ren d. r themselves fit for heaven by mak? in..' Ibis 'ife one continuous torture You yo without n< cessary food, to wear garments which should constantly ?rri tute tho sensitive skin, to hold an aim in one position mit 1 it should become paralyzed and helpless, havo al b en accepted in their time a*- proofs of sur? passing piety. Perhaps, too, thii idea is not as nearly extinct a, seme of us fondly imagine. There arc certain people who find it much cinder to credit a deep ro leligious experience to a pereou fur gone in consumption, than to an a li? ll tic young fellow who is hungry Hares times a day, or oftener, and aa night ?sloops ii-ht hours without waking. But Um mero ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 18 May 1898

? J THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE, Vol. 94_ No. 20 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, May 18, 1898. ^ ?1,50 a Year Price Competition |Is very sharp t_)p__f days, whan th?universal kentle m, to mnke owe dollai do Ow work of two. A false ocotii uny su,_rj,'i'sl sci iiisidi'nit ion > of price only, ami ghortsighted niorchanth foster tho vain dolusion that all low-priced goods aro cheap. We ko not claim tho quos tionablc. distinction of Belling the lowest priced gooda in town, tmt .rethink the quality of our gooda In any line eo___p__Na favorably with any otherat same price. And tho steady and continued growth of our business, during the thr-HJ years we have been here, testifies to the appreciation of that fact by our pat? rons. Our present business has berni built up on these principles, viz: Good goods at fair prices. All goods as represented, or your money back if yon want it. All goods marked iii plain figures, and one price to everybody. Wc cannot claim the best,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 18 May 1898

? I' 'J!a*LL"_.>?____?. 1 ?*H___LA.!.l__t-^J______^^^ THE GAZETTE, Fcbusubd KV. :y WsMMDA*! BARCLAY AN J) COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS fl re' Inch for first insertion, awl 50c. for each coiitinc'.ince thereafter. EDITORIAL NOTES. To shoot like n Spaniard is to mist everything you shoot nt. Americans realize the importance ot knowing how to shoot to hit; that's why they win battles. Harry up boys! Lick 'em quick, so you can get back home to take part in the biggest 4th of July celebration we havo ever had. Thero is no mourning for American dead mixed with the rejoicing over Admiral Dewey's groat victory. Thero was no American dead. Jerry Simpson expresses the fear that this country is marching towards imperialism, nnd that the war with Spain wid result in increasing tho paco. We take it that Col. Wood, of the regiment of rc ugh rideis, is not of a jealous disposition, or ho would not have accepted "Toddy" Roosevolt for his lieutenant colonel. The men who have enlisted in o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 18 May 1898

GOLD DIST. T-eirce .-trf-kRire of Ibe WorMI bMl elennaer for i. nickel, stiu ktmut-OonMny m _-po?ind p_._-.aB-. All erocors. Made only bgi THE S. K. FAIRBANK COMPATI Cblcaio. BU Louis, New York, Bolton, riillad PERSONALS. Mr.-. Charles Taii-.cri.lcy is tbe gai ll ol friend* in Timi, orville, Va. Miss Gertrude Wakenight, of Har? risonburg, is raiting thc Misses Fuller. Mr. A. 1\ Moore, foran riy of Kerr's (. reit, but now of lUehmond, is Lore visiting fiicntls anti relative.. Mr. Jii'\ P. Ackerley has leen ccm lirnicd by the Senate as po.tmas'.cv at Lexington. Miss Canie Craig, after a week's visit to Mrs. John 1'. l.hotles, has returned to her homo in CraigBville. Mrs. C. 1!. Moore and sister, Miss i.asbuvy, ot' Annistuti, Ala., are the guests of Major Johu Vv. Moo: c. Mr. C. B. Bell, of Hoanoke, was the gue>t His week of bis brother, .Mr. P. _*.. Bell. Mt, E. J. Leyburn, wife anti (laugh? ter, Mrs. C. 1\ (.-.lkei-son, aro tin guests of Prof. S. T. Moreland. Mr.. J. P. Mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 18 May 1898

I'OYS IN BLUE IN THE SOUTH. Thc United Si Vs troops uro coming in by our Lack dov . so to speak, ana not giving our people a ch .nee to give t! cm Ihe welcome comn_eu8iirato willi tbe patriotic envoy winch sigi.nl ed th.ii- departure from the North, but wo are light i.ear ily gail to have them hero, not n'one as a defense, but a<* sign tbat tbe old feeling is dead, and tba the old war is baw for good When kat hara tba blue uniform was the badgfl of the conqueror, and for a time of the jailor, but time hus soften? ed tbe memory of that day anti taught us that a fiee people can aooosamodate themselves to radical changes and mak( good out of them. The you'll ha greatly altered in the last thirty yen: ?_ We are no longt r a purely agricultural people. John Randolph, were bo hore. would be astonished to find not only tbat the South is alive with factories, bat that the South, his South, is rapid? ly taking tho lead ia tho tftuie line of industry.?MoWta Register. THOMAS JEFFERS...

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