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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 25 May 1898

_*_?/ J THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. Vol. 94 No. 21 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, May 25, 1898. <{ $1,50 a Year Price Competition JJs mtv' Jay . whi ii theunlvoi-al lesli. ls, to noak m dollai lo tho " ?,,A,,...' f price only, iiml short-sighted merchants]$0.00. CHU. foster th" vain delusion thal all ! . gooda are eheap. .Vr do uot claim thc quos tlonabli dlatii il ?w< l priced goods In town, bul we think the quality of oar goods In ani line compares favorably with aiiyotli-'-at ssmepriee And tho steady ami eont-Bued growth <>f our business, during the throe years wa have been here, testifies to tho appreciation of that fact hy our pal roos. Om- present business has been built up on M.. bettor, we think, i'i>Y s 1 i.\. 1 and -'. 8 ILKS We have t+old 111 on thu evor, and 1 cheaper than wc have 1 vcr bad them. Note tl .i Inch China Pllk, black and col< -.-Inch China SH ly, 80< El cellenl qualit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 25 May 1898

THE GAZETTE. 1'lHI.ISHKD EVKltY WkDNESDAT UV BARCLAY AND CO.MIWNY LEGAL ADVBRT1SIIMKNT8 $\ pot null lei- first in; i-rtlon, mid OOo, for each ,...ntii uanec thereafter. EDITORIAL NOTES. The Spanish idea of making war ii tu viv io look fur a fight, Tin s-caro along the New England const is just as reid and ns extended a< it Mould bc midd' an actual bombard? ment. Tho Spanish priests in Havana, who lave boen condemning our methods of warfare from thor pulpit?, should abo remember the Maine. Tbat Spanish fleet is merely post? poning its destruction by dodging a light. It is bound to come sooner or later, and then there will bo no Span? ish licet, OB our side of thc Atlantic. Wa aro often asked what sort of government Spain is likely to have at the doss of the war. It will bo play? ing in .almighty good luck if if has any government at all. Thc atlas and map-makers aro work? ing the interest in tho war news for all it's worth, and some of them an doing it with utterly worthle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 25 May 1898

OOTiP DUST. *? whose house is cor. ire time The chane i to oi " I do i ihig t Sold by .ill grocer.-.. Largest pac THE N. K. FAIRBAN Chicago. BU Louis. New York. PERSONALS. Mrs. Frank C.. Li: ; ilin ?; re? latives in Charleston, W. Va. Mrs. David D. Pric Mi a Lucy Shipp are in Richmond Mrs. Morgan rou!!. ? y. Mrs, W. A. Beard, . g.:es: of fa r . on, M Mr, E. A. Moore, Fr., wh in the South teaehi turned hone, Mrs, J. W< ods Barclay her brother, vcw Man Mw. \Y. F. Pici Ire i, Va. Mr.. Anno St-; rt taroo 1 to thtir 1 Mr.. S an _rJ I teg-ion in Hinton, AV. Va. Policeman Ja qos Hs Roanoke tia, week, having be i i there by ihe i I Thomas Mnlleo. Rev. and Mr*. II. II. Bal edthehanqaei clay nigh! by lh< K that city. Dr. Jami a Low ia Howt chemistry class t i Bui aa Vi : for expo: tann ry al thai ; * Saturday's .'ii Barwell, man i *. B nunton Telephone Linc, I o in L and to- "ii,.. Dr. J. II. Gon . College, X. C., ie hei e vi ti er, Mr. B. H. (- r ll, -.. quite il). Dr. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 25 May 1898

A SMALL TIECE OF JUSTICE. Detro. Free Press.1 In a small town not many miles fron Erie, Pa., theie was a case before thi justice of the palace that was seP led very summarily. It ?appean that a Mr. Jones had beat? en Mr. Brown's dog with a club for chasing his chickens. They met at the office of the justice, eacli accompanied by a lawyer, and bound to seethe tiling through, no matter what it cost. As J cmos and Brown wert- prominent citi? zens of the town a large crowd assem? bled at the trial, expecting to hear some great oratory from the lawyers. The justice was a very pompous and ignorant old fellow, who was great on big words, no matter whether appropri? ate or not. The case was called, the witnesses who had seen the clubbing gave their testimony, and Jones' lawyer arose to open for his client, when the justice said: "Hold on, Mr. Lawyer, th ero is no use argifying or condisputing about this matter, as there is no case of as fccssity for it. Mr. Jones was highly unwrong in beati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 1 June 1898

THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. Vol.94. No. 22 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, June 1, 1898. ^ $1,50a Year Price Competition Ii wi v harp the ie di y.. wh anthem Iveraal desire is, to make one dollar do the work of two. Afalseeeoiuunywuj_f.ostHcoiisi(leratioii> of price'only, and short-sighted merchants OatSt the vain delusion thal all low-priced goods are cheap. Ws do not chum the ques? tionable distinction of selling the lowest priced gooda Intown, but wotliinkth.'quality of our goods in any line compares favorably with anyotherat same price. And the steady and continued growth of our business, during the three years we have been here, testifies to the appreciation of that fact by our pat rtjne. Our present business has been built up on these principles, viz: Good goods at fair prices. All goods as represented, or your money back if you want it. All goods marked in plain figures, and ono price to everybody. Ws cannot claim the beal. largest or cheap? est stock...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 1 June 1898

THE GAZETTE, IViii.i uko rtkrt Wednesday BARCLAY ANO COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS |1 pa niel, tor first ii.scilioii, and 50c. for each continuance l!"i>. The languor so oommon at. thia sea? son is duo to impoverished blood. Hoods Sarsaparilla cures it by enrich Hg ile ' loo J. li is not fair to blame our narai officers becanae (bo ships in the Span lah flee! ere faster than oom. "Fighting Joe" Wheeler only weighs oiio hundred and fifteen pounds, bu! his opponents ina fight havo never classed him with t^.e light-weights. Some of tho newly made officer., who are credited with a desire to seo the invasion of Cuba postponod until fall may only b? anxious to have the war last long enough for them to wear out their new uniforms. Thc sudden expressions of love and admiration for every thing American (in tlc part of Fiance inelicates that the prom agent ol tho Paris Exposition is beginning to earn his salary. The latest home bluf! of the Spanish cabinet ll tho circulation of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 1 June 1898

GOLD DUST. ;?; \ "Urce packAC-A of the world's boat clean* fore nicki'!. s'tltli:r.e|iti.'rPCiimiIliyin4.|)OUn package. All grocers. Miule only teji THE I*. K. FAIRBANK COMPA Chicago. Bu Louis, Sew York, Boston, FbUft PERSONALS. Ur. Hugh While, son of Mr. T. S. White, las returned from Btchnioiie.l where he attended McGuire'.*; Mevlie.il C allege. Mr. White has completed his Aral year'-j course and made a hgh s'.aRil in his elapses. Miss Nettie Waddell has returned from a visit tn Staunton. MiM Mattie Garrett, if Pewl alan county, was the guest last vet'.' of Mrs. J. T. Wita a Mr. Len P. Deaver, who lias teen here for some weeks tbe finest (if his lather, Mr. C. E. Deaver, li 13 let druid to bis honie in Knoxville, Tenn. Mr. Walter Quiscnbcrry, who lia* ?been crgaged in business in staunton for sonic time, is visiting his father, Mr. E .A, Qtusf-nberrr. * * ? .Mr. William Horton, of Roanoke, was here Saturday. Uer. Henry Alexander White, D. D., preached iii? baccalaureate sernioD Su...

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

CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. Topic, June 5: Christ's Mission on Earth.?John 10:7-18. Between the I v. or forms of human life anti the hight*., there is a gulf which at tinst thought seems almost at broad as that separating the most de? graded of tne human famiiy from tho lower animals. When trave'ers tel I ns of savage tribes unable to count beyo..d tliiee, and whoso lanpunge ccntiins no equivalent for the wei ds "love" nnd ! ilhome," it is hard to realize that their poor, narrow existence is in its essence the same as somo life, enriched by gen eritiousjof Christian culture, responsive to the influence of art and music aud literature and friendship, finding its highest enjoyment in that for which some brother-men have not even a name. Christ came to this earth that we might have life and have it abundantly,t o bring body and brain and heart into harmony with God's ideal for a perfeot humanity. He proclaims liberty to the captive?, recovery of bight to the blind, comfort to the broken-hearte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 8 June 1898

C.r 7 i*Jtl____i Vol. 94. No. 23 Lexington, Roekbridgo County, Virginia. Wednesday, June 8, 1898. i 81.50 a Year is TO SELL YOU HOOD GOODS. Why. Because ll pay. v,... to buy (hal kind, and you'll eome back and want nora "Just iiki>" them, lt is very plea?nt to lane people come and ask ror an article "just like I K<>t - before,'' and we hear timi sort of thlog very often. IT is nfl.ii sal 1 shoot our SHOES. We cany a very large Mock of Sim."-, ami cnn i'1'^" almost anybody. We don't mark them 18.00 whoa wa ara going to sell them to***00' or ?1.50 when they ?!? to go at tl. 28. Tm: maiikki, PSICB IB TBS ski.lino i'khk. We have leaned by eapeiienee that a very cheap (1) ahoe ia dear at any price: k> we cont try to keep the iowst priced shoes; bat we Kimrantee to furnish yon the hart qnaltty jrtagiren pike, that that waa of mousy will hoy. Let's Indulge tn some ?hoo talk. lake our "WEAR RESISTERS" for Instance We buv them direct from tho maker...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 8 June 1898

THE GAZETTE, PriuisuKn kvkry Wkd*.K8D__v ?HY? BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS $1 per inch for first Insertion, and 50c. for each continuance thereafter._ Scrofula, hip disease, salt rheum, dyspep&ia and other diseases due to impure blood aro cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. TO OUR PATRONS. "We have eash demands to meet which nothing but the ready money will pay, and have no reserve fund upon which to draw. WTo must therefore kindly insist that our'patrons take some heed of the matter, and, even where they may be unable to settle in full, at least do something to relieve us from bear? ing the entire burden, ? which it is im? possible for us to do. EDITORIAL NOTES. Gen. Blanco talks like a man whose name bhould be Bunco, but he can't play Unc.e Sam for a jay. Everything comes to those who wait?even the invasion of Cuba by our troops. The General deficiency bill to be passed by this Congress will break the lecord, by carrying appropriations for more than $200,000,000....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 8 June 1898

GOLD DUST. THE WASHINC PERSONALS. Mrs. W.M. Steele is visiting friends in Washington. Mrs. Harry Hardy, of Winchester, is-visiting her mother, Mrs. L. Wright. Mr. Field and daughter, of Kentucky, aro thc guests of Dr. J. A. Quailes. Mrs. Kate Barclay is the guest of Mr?. P. I. Huffman at Alphin. Ulai Ramsay, of Deerfield, Augusta county, is visi ing Mend, at the Rock biidg.* Baths. Miss Pearl Boude has returned from a visit of some weeks to relatives in West Virginia. Mrs. Mary Straub..-*, of East Lexing? ton, visited friends in Staunton last week. Mrs. J. B. Shannon, of Gladstone, Va., is visiting fi iend-* in this commu? nity. Hilt Fannie Lea Cocke, of Waynes? boro, h tho guest of Miss Elizabeth Moreland. Rev. R. E. Hutton occupied the pul? pit of the .Methodist church at Buena Vista Sunday morning. Mr. Fe I. Huffman, our ente! prising friend of Alphin, brought a load of wool to Lexington last week for ship? ment. Dr. James Lewis Ho.\e made an ad? dress last Thursday evening in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 8 June 1898

Aft UmOlV PHt-SJCJAN There are doctors and doctor , bul one of the mest intelligent of all the e friends of humatiity was one who had the courage recei, ty to give a bit of advice to Ihe head of a family mt many miles from New Y.rk. The hoed of the family was robust but exacting, healthy but iritable?in short, a veri? table Hector. "I don't know what is the matter with my familv, doctor,'* he said, "but my wife is nervous, my cbildrm aro suffering from something, I don't know what?in fact the whole house is up? set. Even the tenants teem vacilla? ting and bordei ing on Lervous ptos t ration.'' "I think it would be all right, sa d the doctor, "if you would take fix months" tour cf Europe?alor e." "I?" cried paterfamilias. "Tbe only well member of the family?" "Yes," said the doctor, gravely. "You night to travel?for the hedt'i of your family." TOMMY EXPLAINS. The imagination of some small boys s worth having. The other night, when Mr. Wallypug was lying asleep cn his library sofa, Mr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 15 June 1898

Vol. 94. No. 24 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia, Wednesday, June 15, 1898. { $1,50 a Year Ug TO ^^LL YOU GOOD .GOODS. Why I . Because lt pfljfl ree to boy that kimi, and you'll come back an-l want moro "just Uko" them, lt le very pleasant to havo people como and ask for an article "just Uko I got h.roro,'' and wo hoar that sort of thing very often. IT ie often said about our SHOES We cairy a very large stock of Shoes, and cun ploaso j almost anybody. We don't mark them $3.00 when we are going tosell them for $2.00 or $1.50 when they are to go at $1.25. The surked price ia the selling price. Wo have learned by expeiionce that a very cheap (?) shoe ie dear at any price; so we don't try to keep the lowest priced shoos; but we guarantee to furnish you the best quality at a given price, that that sum of money will buy. Let's iadulge in some shoo talk. Tako our "WEAR RESISTERS" for instanoe. We buy them direct from the make?, and they claim to put in them emly the best of stoek. Ju...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 15 June 1898

THE GAZETTE, I PtrBUSHin i:* ki:s Wednt-sday BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL AnYl'KTIKnMENTS |1 00 inch for first Insertion, and 50e. for each aontfaiU-UKO tlu-real'ter. EDITORIAL NOTES, It is not surprising that Blanco should ha*.. issued an order banishing nil foreign newspaper correspondents from Caba; he doesn't wish the out? side world to know how badly efff he is The Jack Astor Battery is getting almost as much advertising a. Teddy's ??rough riders.'' That Wall street regiment seems to have been like a great many other things started in that locality-a fake. He ought to be, and probably will be Captain Hobson when he gets out of that Spanish prison. One of tho best things taught in our navy is to hit what is shot at. The war-revenue bill provides for bonds,owing to a division of the Dem? ocrats in the Senate, just es Mr. Mc? Kinley wanted it to do. If Congress doesn't look out some very questionable legislation will be put through under tbe "war measure" label. We trust that no Demo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 15 June 1898

GOLD DUST n:*C<-' A woman *a ham If it is smooth and white it save her bands GOLD DI to do her cleaning. If her hand i it .ihows she is still using the Why don't y Dust Washii Larf-at packac*? THE N. X. FAIII Chioaco. St, Lo Boston. I PERSONALS. Mrs. O'Neal is guest of friends here. Senator Charles J. Faulkner, of Weat Virgiois, is attending commencement. Mies Ellen Cameron is the guest of Miss Ellen Lee. Mr. H. S Conner, of Cincinnati, is the guest of Capt. W. F. Pierson. MrB. Snyder, of Charleston, W. Va., is the guest of friends here. Mr. Harry Quisenberry is in Rich? mond, Prof. L. L. Hsrris, of the University of Indana, is visiting his mother, Mrs. C. J. Harris. Professor William G. Brown and wife, of the University of Missouri, are the guests of Mrs. Jimes J. 'White. Mr. J, H. Charlton left last week for Pittsburg, where he expects to engage in business. Major Wi liam Jolliffe and wife, of Buchanan, are attending the commence? ment exercises. Mi ses Estelle Whit?, o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 15 June 1898

___{_______? - -, - v^..iia i ?. i mil -laljaifct '? *.>. _____ CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. Topic, June 10 : True Friendship? Prov. 18 : 24 ; Murk 5 : 15-19 ; John 16 : 12-15. Thoio is an Oii; til saying. "He who has a thousand fi iends has not a friend to spare," and tho words indi catc a sentiment very unlike tliat con? trolling many of our young poop'e. j hey pride themselves on being "ne? ll ct," and take credit for tbo fact tl.at tit r friendship is lund to win, instead of being given freely wherever it metis retpfashre kindness, "Our set" ure Um DMgie words constituting h barrier to separate thom from tbo majoriiy of other joting people. 11 is impossible that wc shoul I cs ti em every friend alike, and have for each the same affection. Hut it is n great mistake to suppose that wa shall te better friends because our rega'd is limited to two or tbr.e. True friendsLip, ..ann, deep, tender, reacbing out lo many, but as ardent toward each one on whom it is bestow ed ns if he wer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 June 1898

fi THE LEXINGTON GAZETTE. ol. 9i. No-25 Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Wednesday, June 22, 1898. -{$1,50 a Year w /?;,' o VEssrnyA l ca bds. PAHOUSTOft, " Attorney at-Law, Lkxikoton, Vi. M.ANK T GLASGOW, Attorney-nt -Law, LKXlMlTt ix. Va. R OB EUT CATLETT, Attorney-at-Law, Luoraros, Va. WT. SHIELDS, Attorney-at-Law, Lexisotos, Va. BM. BELL, Attorney-at-Law, a Lbxinotox, Va. Will practice iu the courts ol Rockbridge and adjoining counties. Special attention given to the collection of claims. Office in Dold Building. Jas.E.Heck, DEALER IN Dressed Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling Planter, Laths, Mitchell Farm WftfOSS nod Wagon Harness. A full Hue of Surreys and Boggles. Also Buggy Harness and Saddles. JAMES E. HECK, Nelson Street, Opposite Baptist Church. MOORE -v MOORE, Attorneys at-Law and Notary Public, L_.xi_.gto_., Va. Will practice in Rockbridge aud adjoining counties. Sjx'f-ial attention given'to the Collection of Claims, Examination of Titles, and prc paring Abstracts and Dee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 June 1898

THE GAZETTE. PC-JU.HKD SYEltV WeDNESDAY BARCLAY AND COMPANY LEGAL ADV-Wl'UJOIEHTS $1 00 Inch for Dist Insertion. muI 60c. furench continuance thereafter. Tho fut uro is uncertain, but if you keep yt ur blood puro with Hood's Sarsaparilla vou univ be sure of good health. ' ' _ EDITORIAL NOTES. It is probably only in bis mind that John Shel man will reenter politics. The press agents to-be of the Porto Rico summer resorls to-be bavo al? ready named the island, "The Switzer? land of America." lt does seem tbat there wero other and better ways in which to raise tbe money that will bo produced by tho tax of ten cents a pound on tea. Sampson and Dewey have both shewn that marines are not carried on our warships solely to be stuffed with sra yunis by the sailors. Senator McMillan talks os though himself and Secretary Alger were the only two men interested in who (.hall succeed him in the Senate. Ho maj lind out differently. The motto of Spain is,when in doubt Bpriug a lot of new lies about...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 June 1898

GOLD DUST SOMETH large packat* of the world'* beet cleanser for r nickel. Still (treater economy in 4-pound package. AU grocer*. Made only by THE If. K. FAIRBANK COMP Alfi Cblceco. St. LouU, New York, Bolton. PhlluM PERSONALS. Governor J. Hoge Tyler is attending tbe V. M. I. commencement. Aliss Edna Wilbonrn, of Rapbine, is visiting Mrs. W. R. Wilbouro. ^, Mrs. W, M. Steele has returned from a visit to Washington. Miss Humphreys, of South Carolina,. ( is the gest of Mrs. Wm. McLaughlin. ft. i_s Carmon, of Norfolk,is tbe guest ot ll ies Esten Duvall. Air. Hubbard and wife, of Norfolk are tbe guests of Alias Duval'. Miss Jennie Boyd, of Richmond, is Hie guest of Aliss Agnes Ross. Alias Na nie W. Jordan is ibo guest of Mrs. E. H. Barclay. Rev. Thomas A. Johnson left Fri? day on a visit to friends in Kentucky. Mrs. F. P. Callan and Mr. (harles Stuart, of Lynohbarg, were the guests of friends here to-day. j Dr. John H. Cameron, of Deerfield, Augusta county, is tbe guest of his mother, Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington Gazette — 22 June 1898

CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR. * Topic, Jone 26; The Right Use of Time.-Eccl. 'd. 1-8; Acta 21: 24, 25. No one ever succeeded in accomplish? ing very much, either for himself or for other.-!, who did not employ his time systematically. Not, of course, that a methodical use of one's Lours is in itself a virtue, Quite recently a young man was arrested for stealing from bis employer, and it was found tbat tbo thief had kept a set of books in which bis unlawful transactions wore recorded with a methodical care which would have done credit to a le? gitimate business. But though time may bo systematically misused, it must bo used systematically to give the best results. A TIME FOIl RECREATION. There arc some earnest young people who are in danger of forgetting tbat in every day there should be a timo for recreation. Cares should bo laid aside. Regular work should be forgDtten. You should givo yourself up to tbe enjoyment with the same whole-heart edncss which you havo exhibited. iii performing your ...

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