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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 26 December 1900

ll-.-_?-wnw.--...a..,.,. ...-A The Gazette, rr bushed Bl Barclay cfc Oortnpany. I* .?*.i ut tin* Mtoffleoeat Lexington, V* Msw-ond-class matter. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $100 pei ut for rsi insertion and HOc. for each e> itiauanoe t hereafter. Two In.'iidred bushels of po? tato, rs remove eighty pounds of "actual" Potash from the soil. Unless this quantity . i.s returned to the soil, *.- thc fi' crop will . ******* : ? _ mater;::':]-,-decrease. Wa hav, Veaelcs tefl cejitipt'siti. ti, nae ami a lertiliMn teer *rark*ja crops. xThmj arc sent Ircc. GERMAN KALI WORKS, '^SHHB^jba^Cs. 93 Nassau St., I '?*& New York. V *, ? ?J^.-^.l WHY GO TO COLLEGE! Tte college cannot help a foo1 an tatty spoil a genius, but for the average min 1 tbe question "Why yo to college?" is nest in importance to marriage and deal li. To a score or more of American college piesidents and professors this q ii-tion bas been addressed, and tbe mam of tbeir an-weis follows : In order tbat tlie young...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 2 January 1901

EXEVGTON Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, January 2. 1901. -{ $1.50 a Year m\ tm ' . ?? i ' -:Mes may e ? I itten, i- no . At thia critical period rid thc system of up the general constitu-.. ? ' ? * It warms tho blood, tones up - ol di article of mci'cuxy, potash or time * ithout liarm. i, Canter, Kheuina I makes it impossible for ? (asm, K'.:. i any poi90i .us wanta If you have : ? '. of ? i lian wi lt v< ? r;i\ Book i and. arbunclea, by 8. *S. S. I you feel rc medy ? PURIFIER FOR : Wp. Ill F\ANK T. GLASGOW, ?OBERT ( WT. BU -ros \| , s '?: MOORE & J Will ; I \ , p " way, Chici fo, lil. Nasal Io all Its Ely's Ci i '' the A ? It COR* I ? away a enid o quickly. Cream V. :'? ?vet the Jiu::. I ???? ' r SoJpi I TH . c uri :c:apii>ANV . s mm .' surpu; 0,000 - Il ? ?? ' JV .y ilOOJ ts. . **>?i^?iv ai a -~-?ra' '"'? T ft^ K. Ilaitfrr ii. si i TS* sV an. "Kellar i sJTV /' torr Mull. I ^s*s*/ ali Iiru?Kt*u IteallovlUsii.'^.. H?!l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 2 January 1901

I 1- imptlon canbeeuT?w... uro alone won't do lt. Itneedsi . Doctors cay ott's Esnulsiofif ? r-.it you malt ie Its uso even In hot, t BOWNS, Chen ste I New Vork, t ?r?Ts? T V.MLBF The Gazette, pi bi issn nv Es^vclirty ?fc Compnny. t*redatthe Poetoflleeal Lexington, Va Mseeond-olaaa matter. LEGAL ADVE "AsEMENTS fl 00 per aeb lor first insertion /iud 50c. foreacb ontlnauiee thereafter. Tu Gazette to-day cuts another note!; in is time stick, and enters unon tie ninety-seventh year of its age. Though old, it is still young and active, and starts on its annual course witn an ettetie step, and hopes to gieet all its many readers in 1002, as it does to-day to thone of 1001, and to wish them too a i ippy new year. 19 00. Tho year 1000 has closed with it sunshine and sha lows. Most of us have had a share of each in different projiort ons, and the proportions, to u oo sideraole extent, have been of om making. Some have looked for shad? ow* and some for sunshine, and as we generally find what ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 2 January 1901

PERSONAL. Miss Nellie Lee, who spent the 1,< days with her mother, Mrs. J. W. L has rr ?urned to Buena Vieta. Mis. F C. Bowers and children, Greenville, Augutt* county, are vis ing Mrs. Sall e Seal. Lynchburg News, 27tb: Mis t. S and Mary Davidson; of Lexiugtin, u in the city, tne guests ol Mrs. Fa n W. ?Vitherp, at 710 Church strn". Rev. Dr. Je:t, of S nunton, preacbe at Grace Memorial Episcopal Chun Sunday for Dr. Mc Bryde, vito il Bi yet sufficiently ttroDg enough to n Burne active work. Rev. A. P. Boude left Monday mon ing for New Market, Va, where I was booked to preach a watch.nigl eermon, and assist Rev. R. H. Wilso in holding a protracted meeting. SNAP SHOTS AT HOME NEW& A semi-annual dividend of 3 per eeul has been declared by the Batk o Rockbridge, which is payable after to day. We think we hive our own troublei with this discussion about what cen*urj we are living in. But suppose we bec gone through it as often asMethuselat must have. Genuine Rocky ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 2 January 1901

Choice Vegetables always bring high prices. To raise them succv fully, a fertilizer con taining at least *S Potash should be used .ill subjects crop raising. Tl fy i i ' N wm GENERAL NEWS. Chicag i s [enlists c'aim to bare lis eiTcred that cum nos salt in t-ie altos! un'.' s the li art beat. Thc mileage allowance of Delegate Wilcox, cf Hawaii, will amount to $2.00U for the round trip. Th Turkish government has signed a contine; with tbe Cramps for thc eon strnction o! a first oIsjw cruiser. * * * Thc Agricultural Department bas Biooeeded in raising in Connecticut S itnatra tobacco equal to the imported. * * * A nnanimdus call as sjnodioaJ vn\ ? gelist has in eu extended to Hov. Ed? ward K. L yburn, ol Berkeley comity, by thc Virginia Bynod of the Presby terian Church. ?:? ? ??:? Virginia's delegation is striving han! t:> preVent a reduction of this State's representation umler the reapportion? ment. * * * Virginia b Century bcnd3 arc steadily advancing, the latest quotati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 9 January 1901

Ta\, I****** ? 'ii F JBL.*o. XINGTON Vol. 97 No. Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, January 9. I90L ?&i;mo1 fta Gki Out or ftc ^tod with Plasters Surgical operations an I andr* Ides, never care Cancer. No matu r how i ? ia sore is remove d, another comes r.t or neat the same point, nnd always In a worse form. Does not thia prove conclusively that Cancer 191 ' haiiti.f' ited, dangerous Mood trouble by cutting or ' un ing out the i ire, which, .-.fur all, i-- onl) an out\i I . ut for i ? ison? ? ? or runs ia fatnlli* through many | ir-ted with it ur,' Hallie at any time to bc stricken with the deadly malady. Only Blood Diseases can be Tra from sratioo to ADOtbsr ?further proof that Cancer is a disease of the Mood. To cure a Mood disease like thia you must cure thc entire Mood system?remove every trace of the poison. Nothing cures Cancer effectually and permanently but S. 8, S. S. S. S. enter's the circulation, searches ont and removes id! taint, and stops t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 9 January 1901

db Oonipnny, tv .vi at th?> l'ostoflleeat Lexington. Va assocotiJ class matter. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 00 poi ii-'i for Hist insertion and 50c. foroacli .) lMiiu ince thereafter. / /11T0R IA L COMMENT. Look out for some new trickery in China. To be too good is fdways to arouse suspicion. Thc Chineso gov e:iment haa been too good; it has promised to agree to too much. * * * Every nition wita a bargain counter lot of islands on band is casting hmgry looks t j wards our treasury surplus. Denmark bas about uuloaded her un? profitable is'ands in tbe West Indies, foi between three and four million dollars, ou Mr. McKinley's administra? tion. St a a Whatever tbe administration may want, it is certain that thc country doesn't want an extra session of Con? gress. * * ? "Granny" Blair has omerged from tho obscurity in which he has bom buried for sumo years, leng enough t? tell te members of tho New Hamp? shire Legislature tbat ho is willing t< bo sleeted to succeed "Lit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 9 January 1901

).?l M.slmsi i PERSONAL. Aire. J. McD. Adair ia visiting Mn C. W. Irvine, in Chailottesvillo. Mr. W. T*. Newman, of Btannkn ?was in Lexington Friday on Ina.OMI Mrs. T. T. Agnor has ret'.rn d fron a visit to relatives in Nowp rt N ws. Mrs. F, C. Bower.*, who 1 us beei viaiting her inotLer, Mrs. Salli- .Seal bas returced to her homo in G cc ville Mr. W. B. Moflett, of Brownsburg is the guest of bis daughter, 1 rs. D. E Strain. Mr. W, H Boley, we are sorry tc learn, was par. ially paralyzed on tb* right side this morninj. Mrs. J. A. Strain, of near Browns burg, and her niece, Miss Ella Leech, of Buffalo, have gono to Florida to s pend tho win'er. Mr. S. J. Graham, a prominent at? torney, of Pittsburg, Pa., attended the f uni rd of his sister, Mrs, Haskins, on "Wednesday last. Mr. GeDrge J. Shields, son of Ur. and Mrs. James W. Shields, formerly ot Lexington, was married, at Roanoke on Janunry 1, to Miss Alice Louise Hitnrger, of that city. Mr. J. L. Fitz, for 6omo yeats fire? man on th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 9 January 1901

No crop can be grown without Potash. Supply 9jf enough Pot? ash and your profits will be large; without Potash your crop ?will be "scrubby." Our books, telling about com|?"-it:.>i\ ol flililiaaal Lei', adapted K>r all crci's arc Emt to all EanMra, GERMAN KALI WORKS, _ 3 Nassau St., New York, SHOUT SKIRTS APPROVED. "Tho SUte Bjar.l of Heiltb of Cbn e.-ticut/' says tbe New Yolk Tim- s, "through i<s secretary, Dr. C. A. Liuds'ey, haB officially stamped with unanimous approval tbe short skirt for won.en ai ll has place! under the ban the skirts which trail. In his last monthly rector! Dr. Linds'ey says : " 'The authorities of El Paso, Texas, are a _udiciou? and considerate body. They object to the practice so much in i se i>y the gentl.r e*-x of wiping the sidewalks with their trailing drosses and carrying accumulated microbes, mud, spi tie and other filth into habi? tations and occupied places to be died and shak n ttl in the air and so to ie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 16 January 1901

TH LEXINGTON Gaz. *,jU*+-.>i____ai a .lilli a Ham ? ia. ^aafcaa Vol. 97. No. 3 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, January 16. 1901. { $1,50 a Year FA8PI0S'-, FANCIES Fnr ha's are rot cons:6Vrcd in o i UkU for evening veer. For treaiag wear a ue^aia'c I lou.-o of panne in tl. lie ile shales is iii st desirable. A lace tucker, held up br a :ibbon velvet threa 'ed t'Tougb. ibe top is visible on many gowns. Anything in dress that suggests the historic costumes of thc Napoleonic period is in the very height of v gun Veloulins makes very etyli-h ste-1 gowns triinrxed with fur, and ka tbe pale coors dotted w.th black t s very much used for waists. The lower edge of little corse* c v ere winch reach only to the wtist line are edged wi h lace or to match the trimming o'< tbe waist. Hosiery to match tho di ess is thu latest lad, and as if thu were not enough it mus*, be inset with little motifs of lace like the trimming 01 the costume. Amougc lorstbe raje...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 16 January 1901

Only 50 Cents fo make your baby strong and I well. A fifty cent bottle of Scott's Emulsion witt change a sickly baby to\ a plump, romping child. Only one cent a day, think of it. Its as nice as cream. ?ead f * a free s.iinple, and try it. SCOTT ' BOWNS, Chemists, 400-415 I'earl Slrctt, New Vork. ' soc. a d f 1.00; all druggists. The Gazette, ITBl.ISIIKI' 11Y Barclay eft? Oomrx^xky I ttredatthe Poetoflleeet Lexington, Ya assoootKl-cliist. matter. LSQAL ADVERTI81MKNT8 $1 00 per noli for fl rat insertion ami 50c. fareae* 0 it mianoe thereafter. WHERE 18 TITI-: TROUBLE! According io th? Republicans, the wm iu tin Puilippines was to end tho moment that ihe news of Bryan's da feit reached the rebtls. Th*se wer ?, bo it wa- said, merely keeping up the struggle until th? ekctijn in tbe topy of aiding the D -mocrats to win, with ih> exportation tb it th-y would b given th> co a'roi of the island-- at one if that dos:rab!e consummation shnuld be attained. Taat the Repub ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 16 January 1901

PERSONAL. We regret to barn of tue Hine ? ol Mrs. Henry [Norgrove. Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Mvp . lefl yesterday for a three month*' UH to Texas aed California. Miss Mary Moore entertained I number of her friende at a cr i:i /le party Thursdiy night. There is nj chance in tho c .ul lion cf Mr. \V. H. Holey, who has l>" quite ill for the pa?t weak, Mr. Walter Charlton, of Wa -.biuglou, is in" Lexingt n, having ben eelled here by tbe llluess of his father, Mr. John A. Cha Hon. Mrs. Ra'ph Fitch, who has I oe i visiting her parents, afr, and Mrs. C E. Deaver, has returned 11 her home iu "West Virginia. Mr. Edward Senseney, who has beeu visiting his his father, Mr. Jam's M. Senseney, for several weeks, h is re? turned to Roanoke. Mrs. Ella Uarpe1*, who h .s leen tue guest of Mrs. C. R. Deaver, has re? turned lo her hore in Greea\ille, Au? gusta county. Prof. Jacob McD. Armsteid, of tilt Lexington Public Schools, has been elected professor of Latin aad Hi tory in the Lynchburg Hij...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 16 January 1901

To produce thc best results in fruit, vegetable or grain, the fertiliser used must contain enough Potash. For partic? ulars see our pamphlets. We send them free. GERMAN KALI WORKS, V Nassau St., New York. HUT WA IE li FOR SLEELES6NESS A m< st v retched victim of insomnia of 2 i ' ? a s stnn ling says "I tock Lot wato'-?a pict, coinf Jit ablv 1 i t, o:;e hour before each meals anil oi o tue last thing at night?naturally uni*. ix> J with anything else. The very firtd night I slept for thiee hours on a b retch, turned over sud slept again till norning, I i..' ve faithfully and rogu 1 i y continued the hot water, and have n. vt * had i ne bad liight since. Tain gradually let^tue 1 and want, the shat? tered nerves became calm and strong, aud iaaateed of each night being one long misery spent in wonytng for the morning, the) are all tjo short for tbe ?weet, freshing sleep I low enjoy."? D.etetic and Hygienic Gazette, STOUT vt A SLAVE. To I c bound hand and foot for y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 23 January 1901

NGTON Gaz,h]TT Cl Vol. 97. No. 4. Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, January 23. 1901. { $1,50 a Year Till. C'J.iLMO; ? ;L Issued Weekly. Eon. W. J. Betas. William J. Bryan, Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, ? NEBRASKA. TEHMS?Payable in Advance. One Year. 11.00 Six Months. i. ? .CO Three Months.W Single Copy.05 No travel ug canvassers are employed, Terms for loeal agents sent upon application. All money should be sent by P. 0. order. Express order, or by bank draft on New York or Chicago. Do not send individual checks or stamps: The Gazette has made a clubbing trrangemont with Colonel Divan wherebv we can furnish Thc Commoner and Tun Gaze-itk oue year for $2.25. ensh with order. Send your name und post office address to THE GAZE TTE. Lexington, Ya': Lexington Gazette $1.50 a Year. ?? v PROFESSIONAL CARDS. W P. HOUSTON, Attorney-at-Law, Lsxinoton, Ya F'J AN KT. GLASGOW, Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va ROBERT CATLETT, Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va WT. SHIELDS, Attorney-at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 23 January 1901

DcBull's ICOUOH SYRUP/ euros Hacking Coughs, Sore Lungs, Bronchitis. Grippe, Pneumonia ana all severe lung affections. Why then risk consump? tion, a slow, sure death ? Take warning 1 Act at once! Buy a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, a doctor's prescription, used over 60 years. Price, only 25 cents. Insist on having it Don't be im Sosed upon. Refuge the euler's substitute: it is not as good as Dr. Bull's. Salvation OH cure* Rheumatism Ache* and Pains, ii & licit. The Gazette. PUBLISHED BY Bnrolay db Coinpany. fred at the Postofllce at Lexington, Va as second-class matter. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 00 per no.'i for Hist insertion, anti 50c. foreach o ltintiauce tbereafter. 1 hough Queen Victoria was probably the bt st beloved of all the monarchs of ber time and ber loss wdl sorely afflict her people her death will occasion no political disturbance in the realm of King Edward VIII. The crown passes to her successor without a hitch or jar of public cr.ter. Tue reacon of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 23 January 1901

PERSONAL. lim Stuie Bowyer, of Roanoke, i tba guest of her brother, Mr. H. C Bowyer. Mr, Seborn Charlton, cf Newpor NewB, at.snded the funeml of hil father, Mr. John A. OharltoD, here or Saturday. Mian Bessie Boley, of Balliui re, ii at home, haring been called here bj tha illness of her father, Mr. W. H, Boley. Delegates W. B. F. Leech and E H. Barclay are in Kichmond in attend? ance upon the extra sestion of tbe Legislature, Among the list of those who passed tha fall examinations of the State Board of Medical Examiners for license to practice medicine in Virginia, appears the name of Mr. Glasgow Ar mst i eng, of Lexington. Among the army orders issued Mon? day is the following: Captain Bar? rington EL Weal, Commissary of Sub eutanes, is relieved from temporary duty in the office of the Commissary Gsneral and will proceed to Manila for assignment to duty. Min Mildred Lee, daughter of tbe great chieftain, Robert E. Lee, visited the old soldiers at Lee Camp Soldiers' Home last Satur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 23 January 1901

Two F.iii.uTcd bushels of pei tau .rs remove eighty pounds of "actual "Potash from the soil. Unless this quantity i. returned to the soil, thc following crop will materially decrease. if boi.ks tc!!in? about c ?? VIN KAI I WORK1, .?/-?.- f : :.".?? .' : St., ,\\ik. \ Farm News and Views Gra;s ii always an important C 0] an I a!;-o an evi knee of good faroiog, as no soil will produce a large crop <>! gran every year unless tbe land is well ma-med or treated wita farliiaers Grass is tbe foundation for al otbei crop*, aa il not only prodne s pastatage and ha\, bit futvi-ke- t>od for the as5:s!anco of the crops that fi How tyhen the hind is in grasail is r alli mulched and humus at- undulates. Th shading ol (be soil l>y tho grass 'is beneficial and tbe roots go down deep into the subsoil for plant food which is brought to the aurfare, deposited in Hie pl mt- a d t'ms rendered nvadab'c for auothtr season. a * * It ioclaiii ed that lard plas'* r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 30 January 1901

LEXINGTON Vol. *>7< No. 5 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, January 30. 190]. <> $1.60 n Yenr THE COMMONER, Issued Weekly, Hos. W. J. Butax. William J. Bryan Editor and Publisher. LINCOLN, - .NEBRASKA. TERMS?Payable In Advance. One Year. *1.00 Six Months.CO Three Months.35 Single Copy.$>> No traveling canvassers are employed. Terms for local agents sent upon application. All money should be sent bj P. O. order. Express order, or by bank dn.ft on Nsw "York or Chicago. Do not send individual checks or stamps. The Gazette has made a clubbiog arrangement with Colonel Dryan whereby we can furnish Ths Commonet'and The Gazette one year for 92-8S, cash witli order. Send your name and post office address to THE GAZETTE, Lexington, Va. Ihe Lexington Gazette $1.50 Tear PROFESSIONAL CARDS. WP. HOUSTON, Attorney-at-Law, Lkxinoton, Va F'lANK T. GLASGOW, Attorney-at-Law, Lexington, Va ROBERT CATLETT, Attorney-at-Law...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 30 January 1901

o?g Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will cure a Cough or Cold at onco. Conquers Croup, Whooping-Cough and Measle I'ough without fail. Mothers praise it. Doctors prescribe it for Bronchi? tis, Hoarseness, Grippe, Pneumonia iption. It t, suro results. Price, 25 cte. Refuse the and Consumption. It gives quick, sure results. Price, 25 cte. Refuse the dealer's substitute; it is not as good. J gp DrBoU-s Gough Syrup Always cures when others fail. Dr. Bull's Pills cure Constipation and Liver Trouble*. 50 pills, 10 ct*. Trial box, 5 tts. The Gazette. PUBLISHED BT Bnrolay s-sto Company. tvred at the Ftistofflce at Lexington, Va as second-class matter. ,_ ? LEGAL ADVEKT1SEMENTS fl 00 per oin for first, ins'Htion, and 50c. for each notlnuauce thereafter. EDITORIAL COMMENT. Lord Salisbury's job isn't an easy one in these days, with an old *ar. a new king and thc control of tue United States Senate on his hands * * ? Mr. McKinley got well just in time to baud out to the faithful with Hanna's 0. K. the co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 30 January 1901

SNAP SHOTS AT HOME NEW Satu-day next will be February I and ground hog day. Snow t3 the depth of about foi inches is now on the ground, tbe dee) eat of the winter. Protracted services ate be'ng he! thia week at Tr.nityMethoqist chutel conducted by Ibe pastor, Rev. H. 1 Bamill. A bill has been passed in Jie Legit lature giving Dre. Robert Glusgow, t H. Mapp and A. D. Es'ill $78 fe medical services to Daniel Montgomer in Rockbridge jail. 'William Anderson, a worthy colore man of Lexington, died last week a the age of eighty-four years. H formerly was a slave of William Keri well-known as one of Lexington's busi ness men. The additional cases in which to fill away documents in the county clerk'i office, purchased some time ago by th< Board of Supervisors, have arrived anc are being placed in position today. My wagon will be in front of thc Owen Hardware Co.'s s*ore, in Lex? ington, Court Day, February 4, with a choice lot of Pure Plymouth Rock Chickens for sale. W. E. Miller...

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