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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 23 May 1902

Mfa <$ lisette. Published lavery Friday Evening. J. Boon Mooaa. Wm.h.Kksnkdy. M OOH K & K E NNBD Y, Publishers. Lexington, Ya., May 23, 1002. Subscription Rates in Advance: One Year.... $1.00 I Three Months.. .25 Six Months.. .50 | Single Copy.05 ?43T Advertising rates furnished on ap plication. Business Local Notices 10c. a line for first insertion and fo. a Hue for each sub ?'*<iuent Insertion. Obituaries exceedir.ul0lir.es, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., must be paid for at the rate of 5c. pei line. Telephone No. 34. BISHOP TAYLOR DEAD. Bishop William Taylor, perhaps the greatest of all missionary bishops of the Methodist (episcopal church, died Sunday al bis home in Palo Alto, California. He was SI years ol' age. Bishop Taylor was an example ol' the strenuous life. His experi? ences in Africa, ol' which he was ele ted missionary bishop in 1884, would have disheartened many n younger utan. Several of these jour? neys were made after he had reached the age o...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 23 May 1902

$he feette. Lexington, Va., May 23, 1902. New Ad vc rt iso in en ts. Greenlee I). Leteher, professional card. Sells-Downs circus and menagerie, May 81. Lyona, Mundy _. Co., in the dolli ing fight with new goods. J. P. Moore and S. H. Letcher.com missioners, public sale of the David Orbison farm. J. Mci). Adair, timely bargains in white goods, corsets, parasols, slip? pers, men's shirts and mattings. George K. Sipe and Greenlee I). ] Leteher, commissioners, sule of real estate and hotel property at tbe | Natural Hridge. Election in Buena Vista, Yesterday tbe city of Buena Vista elected its officers. By 'phone mes? sage received itt Thk OAISTTI office to-day, it will be seen that tbe incum? bents were retained, a compliment of Viilue to the present officials. The following are the officers : K. Lee, Mayor; R. W. Wlnbourne, Common wealths* Attorney; A. O. Burks, Treasurer. There will be ii meeting of the Hoard of Supervisors on Saturday. ?Stops tbe Cough and Works Off the Cold. Laxativ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 23 May 1902

Ctfft syp TT1TP (Original 7 The incident i am about to relate happened in the carly *..\.rt of thc last century. It could not barren today. Then there were no photographs, no daguerreotypes. The only pictures made were oil portraits or miniatures. It was possible for people often to know a good deal of one another without any idea of each other's personal appear? ance. Early in 18? Marshall Gaylord, a young New Yorker, started for St. Louis. Crossing the Alleghany moun? tains in a stagecoach, he fell in with Arnold Bradford, and tlie two became quite intimate. At "Pittsburg Bradford was taken ill, and Gaylord remained and nursed him. Bradford died, and before his death he confided to his friend that he was expected in St. Louis to marry a cousin whom he had never seen and who lind never seen him, the match hating been arranged by their parents. He charged Gaylord to go to his cousin as soon as he reach? ed Bl Louis and inform her of her fiance's death. Gaylord was charged to break t...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 30 May 1902

Vibe %extnaton Gazette. VOLUME 98. NO. 27. LEX INGTON, VI Bi JIXI A. PB I DA Y, Al A V 30, 1902. ONE DOLLAB A YEA B IC Villi 18/11 I PUT a teaspoonful of Mexican Mustang Ijln IT I UU ff ILL TU I lment into a glass half full of water and with this gargle your throat often it will quickly euro a Sore Throat. J ?&f~l^i^J^yFM> afBaataa fl Keen this fact always fresh in your memory:? For Cuts, Mashes and all Oneil Sores, you need only to apply fRexican Mustang Piniment a few times and the gorcne-jj ami inflammation will bc conquered and tin* wounded flesh healed. Td get the best results 3011 should saturate a piece of soft cloth with t!'.o liniment and bind it upon the wound as yon would :: poultice 2.~c, 50c. and 91.00 ii bottle. i/rrn asl CVC PIM Soar rouitry ami ct rho very first alga ti Itttr All tit Ula I;,,.,:.. Healy l#z*. Unmblefoot or other diseases among your io-.\ Iii: c .Mt *-::.(..:i Mustang Liniment. Modern Dentistry. Teeth Extracted Without Pain by the Baltimore Den...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 30 May 1902

Mfa fettc Published Every Friday Evening. J. Scott Moon. Wm.R.Kknnkdv. M () OKB & KENN E 1) Y, Publishers. Lexington, Va., Mai 80, 1902. Subscription Rates In Advance : One Year.... *1.00 I Three Months.. .25 Six Months.. .50 | Single Copy.05 ?"a-*?" Advertising rates furnished on ap plication. Business Local Notices 10c. a lino for first insertion and 5c a line for each sub? sequent insertion. Obituaries exceeding 10 lines, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., must bo paid foi at the rate or Be. pei line. Telephone No. 84. For Proclamation! Tlie expected has happened, and the Constitutional Convention yes? terday evening by the decisive vote ol' 17 to :is thought it wisc and pru? dent to proclaim the New Consti? tution. Information received bj Thk Gaxbtti last night warrants us in mating this statement. Thc Convention is composed (d' the ablest men in Virginia, thor? oughly conversant with thc wishes ol' the people who sent them there. Thi Gazette will not sulk be? cause...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 30 May 1902

Mfa Qmtit Lexington, Va., May 80, 1902. New Advertisements. N. B, Burrows, excursion to Norfolk and Newport News. Strain & Patton, change of their clothing advertisement. There is nothing new to report about the Lexington postoffice embroglio in Lexington. Nothing lias been bearii from Washington, and practically thc same conditions exist now as last week, except with a larger runge as to who will pick np this plum. Stops the Collah ami Works OAF the Cold. Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets eura a cold in one day. No Cure, No Pay. Price. 98 cents. V. M. I. Alumni Day. The alumni committee of the Vir? ginia Military institute. Mr.Oreenlee 1). Letcher, chairman, has issued in? vitations for the observance of Alum? ni Day on Tuesday, Juno 94, dur? ing the V. af. I. commencement. An interesting programme for thia occa? sion lias been prepared, consisting of rcdaMon of alumni, salute by Cadet battery, review of battalion, and an? nual reception und banquet. Steps will be taken at this ti...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 30 May 1902

SWEET POTATOES. |"or Early and Late < i?>i?h?nedding and I'la ii Ii nu SI I |>n. It is quito Important lo have a pood sot of sweet potato sllpe ready for put? ting ont as soon as tin* danger from frost is over. Care in bedding the pota? toes will help greatly In securing these. Select 11 good location with a southern exposure so that the sun trill shine upon it as near all day as possible. It will be better still if it be protected by a boase or fence against the northwest Winds. Dig or spade up the soil eij.'ht or ten inches. Rake this smooth and line with a rake. Place the potatoes just so they will not loudi. Cover them with manure that has been kept dry or with cotton seed. Then put on about two inches of soil. We say ma nure that has been kepi thy because it is Important to get uv heat and hasten the sj non ti ni,'. Manure that has been leached Will not generate this heat, ll' very heavy rains come, the lied should be covered. If it be very dry, it should be watered. T...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 6 June 1902

{Ihe Izximton Cazette VOLUME 98. NO. 28. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1902. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR IP YOU IA/11 I PUT a teaspoonful of Mexican Mustang Lin ir | VU til lab lill intent into a glass half full of water and With this gargle your throat often it will quickly euro a Sore Throat. JLAfc ?wW-r fi) 5S? <~? Keep this fact always lVcsh i:i your memory:? For Cuts, Mashes and till Open Sores, you need only to apply Wexican ffiusiang liniment a few times and thc sorcnesa and inflammation will bc conquered and tho wounded flesh healed. To get the lie.4 results yon should saturate a piece of soft doth with tho liniment and bind it upon thc wound as you would a poultice. 2.->c, 50c and 01.00 a bottle. ?/rrp a sj CYC (VI your poultry and at tho vory first sign of ?VCUT Mil CIC UiJ Ron]*, Scaly Le**?*, Huinhlcfoot or other diseases among your fowls u-j Msxlcun Mustang Liniment. Modern Dentistry. Teeth Extracted Without Pain by the Baltimore Dental Association. Now methods which...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 6 June 1902

$fa fectte. Published Every Friday Evening. 3. Scott Moore. Wm. H. Kknnkdy. ]>1 OOK B & K E N N E JJ Y, Publishers. 1 w Lexington, Va., June 6, 1902. Subscription Rates in Advance : Due Yeojt.. ..$1.00 I Thre* Months.. .90 Six Months*.. .50 | Single Copy.03 ??"" Advertising rates furnished on ap plication. BnslnetN Local Notices lOo. a line for first insertion and Gc a line for each sub. sequent insertion. Obituaries exceedlr.u 10 lines, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., must be paid fol at the rate of nc. pei line. Telephone Ma :?4. TIIK NEW CONSTITUTION. We annnouneed Inst week thal the ('(invention on Thursday even? ing had taken thc hull hy thc horns nnd decided to proclaim the "(institution, and not submit it to the people for ratification. This Constitution will make us a good, safe organic law. No doubt experience will suggest alterations and amendments,which thc Instrument provides for. Thc Convention's decision nb ut how thc new law ol' Virginia should beco...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 6 June 1902

M>fa ftmtto. Lexington, Va., June 6, 1002. New Advertisements. John Sheridan, plano binder foi sale. C. B. Burrowa, Lynchburg.excursion June lOtb. Lyons, Mundy & Co., clothing un surpassed in quality nnd style. Weinberg's Cash Clothing Com? pany, change of advertisement, new goods on hand. Charged With Forgery. Harry H. Mayse of Longdale Fur? nace, Alleghany county, was brought before United States Commissioner Bennet N. Bell Tuesday morning, charged xvith forging the name of the postmaster, S. M. Albis, at Longdale, for 918.54. The prisoner was In charge of Deputy Marshal K. E. Haney. The case had been worked up by Post office Inspector 1). C. Oxvings. When called before Commissioner Bell the prisoner waived examination, and the case was sent to the United States grand jury at Harrisonburg. From Information gathered, it was learned that young Mayse xvas a clerk in the Longdale postoffice as xvell as express agent at that point. It is alleged he used money belonging to to the...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 6 June 1902

THE PARSON OF NUGGET CAMP [Original.] I wns milking an effort to plant the ?ph*it of Christianity among the min? ers i.f a far western terrltorj and one bright ".pring moenlng entered Nugget Cami*. Addressing myself to an old man washing for gold in the creek, I told liim my object and asked if the inhabitants of the place would be like? ly to give BM a hearing. "Reckon not. parson," he said. "We had l man along here on the same business a year ago." "Tell me about it." "it was jist scch a marnia' as thia when a man walked into this place an' said he was fl parson. Ile wai not I straitlaced, long faced duffer, bat one of them glnolne, synipntliizin' sort of feikrs ca IV lated to take right hold of a camp like thia The Drat thing lu* done was lo sit down to a game of poker with the boys, an' it wasn't long afore he cleaned 'cm all out. Then he set up the lio.ll ir fur the gang an' drunk one still' horn hlsself. " 'Now, boys,' he said, 'sence I've shown you that I'm no whinin', long h...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 13 June 1902

?> CPbe lexington (Bazette. VOLUME 98. NO. 29. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY, .11. \li 13, 1902. ONE DOLLA R a vi* ? o WEINBERG'S CASH CLOTHING GO. The Place to Get Big Values for Little Money. The Largest Stock OF NEW GOODS TO SELECT FROM. 100 Suits of the DeYoung stock which we will sell at 50c. on the dollar. Don't fail to see our CLOTHING. If advertised elsewhere it is cheaper here. Weinberg Cash Clothing Co. Main Street, opposite new Bank and Postoffice, IiKxinOTw, Virginia.* PllONK No. 7. Einders, Mowers, Hay Rakes, Drills, Harrows, Cultivators, Plows, COOKING STOVES, Buggies, Carriages, WAGONS, Buggy and Wagon Harness. A large stock of REPAIRS for all kinds of Machines, including Knives, Gu-vrds, Sections, ftc. At Old Stand, Corner Main and Henry Streets. W. F. PIERSON. ti <i fi c \Y o; lu in Tl th fi. to lt. th. bo NU oh hoi no hoi i fiu Wt bai fol boi E ron Fraternal Orders. Mountain City Lodge, No. 67, Ancient York Masons meets 2nd and 4th Mor day nights at Masonic Hal...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 13 June 1902

Mt ?mttt Published Every Friday Evening. .1. BOOTT MoOBB. W.m.K. Kknnkdv .MOORE & KENNED Y, Publishers. Lexington, Va., .Jim: 18, 11)02. Subscription Rates in Advance : One Year.... $1.00 I Three Months.. .25 Six Mouths.. .50 J Single Copy.03 GB" Advertising rates furnished on ap? plication. Business Local Notices 10c. a lino for first insertion and 5c a line for each sub sequent insertion. Obituaries exceedir.yl01ir.es, tributes nf l-BBpoet, cards of thanks, etc., moat be paid foi at tho rnte of 5c. pei line. Telephone No. M. FINALLY ADOPTED. Thc Constitutional Convention mi Friday Anally adopted the new Constitution together willi tin* schedule for putting it in opera? tion. The -.?nil" (hiv it was referred to the enrollment committee tobe engrossed. Tin* committee was niven t<> .lum 25th tn complete its wink. Bnd it mus decided that the Convention sh'iuld take a recess ? until that time, when the engrossed eon* <>t' the new instrument will, 1 ? . i in thc presence...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 13 June 1902

Mfa $wttt. Lexington, Va., June 13,1902. New Advertisements. Mutual Telephone Company?call for settlement of overdue bills. Norfolk & Western Railroad schedule of trains passing BuenaVista S. R. Moore, Treasurer?notice to the holders of Rockbridge county bonds. Quaker Remedy Company?Quaker Extract and Opticians, at Rockbridge Hotel. Irwin&Co.?announcement of special inducements in silks, parasols and sr*;**t waists. M. R. Brown?announcement of purchase of th- stock of Welsh & Deaver in the general merchandise business. A. K. Fletcher, Clerk of the U. S. District Court, Harrisonburg, Va.,? petitions for discharges inhankruptcy. of W. T. L. Jones and Charles C. Wagner, both of Clifton Forge. Would Stiinsli the Club. If members of the "Hay Fever Associa- j tion" would use Driving's New Discovery j for Consumption, the club would go to piece-*, for it always cure*- this malady, - and Asthma, the kind that baffles the dontore- lt wholly drives from the system. Thousands of on...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 13 June 1902

^y-^rv**,, BLANCHING EARLY CELERY. Ways For tlie I ?? Unrdeii anil For the Mar! i t.rorver. r or early blanching of celery on a ?miall scale, such as would be employed on the farm or in the garden of tbe amateur horticulturist, there are sev? eral methods. One of the most com? mon ls by means of boards placed on edge along each side of the row of cel 1ILANCIMNO WITH KOAIlDS. cry. These boards should be 1 inch thick by 12 to 14 inches wide and 12 to 1G feet long. The cheaper grudes of pine will do, but new boards are liable to Impart an unpleasant flavor to the celery. Tbe kind used by growers in Michigan, Ohio and New York nt the rate now prevailing cost $21 to $23 per 1,000 feet. In placing the boards in position slip one edge well under the outside leaves of the plants, then bring this edge up? ward until in a vertical position along the row. having another board at tbe same time placed on the other side so that when in position there will be as little space between the boards as ...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 20 June 1902

Ebe totngton Gazette. VOLUME 98. NO. 30. LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY. JUNE 20, 1902. ONE DOLLAR A YUAR WEINBERG'S GASH CLOTHING GO, The Place to Get Big Values for Little Money. The Lamest Slock OF NEW GOOD TO SELECT FROM. 100 Snits of tho DeYoang stock which we will sell tit 50c*. on tho dollar. Don't fail to soi* om* CLOTHING. If advertised elsewhere it is cheaper here. Weinberg Cash Clothing Co. Main Street, opposite new Bank and PostoflSeo, I-EXinOTON, VIRGINIA.* Phonk No. 7. Binders, Mowers. Hay Rakes, Drills, Harrow.***, ^.??hi _.v; >>-> i !? Coltivatcrs, WS* 11 ? "'^ f^P Plows, COOKING STOVES, Buggies, Carriages, WAGONS, Butf-fy und Wagon Hauic?. A large stock of KEPA I RS for all kinds of Machines, including KmYF.S, OlAltDS. SECTIONS, AC. At Ol tl Stand, Corner Main ami Henrv Streets. W. F. PIERSON. Fraternal Orders. MountainCity Lodge, No. 67, Ancient York Masons meet> '-'ml ami 4th Mo: (iny nights ut Masonic Hall, Frank M< oie. W. M. A. T. Shields. Sec'y. Ro...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 20 June 1902

Bit fectttn Published Every Friday Evening. J. Scott MOOBB. Wm, H. Kknnkoy MOORE & KENNED Y, Publishers. Lexington, Va., June 20,1902. Subscription Rates in Advance : One Year... .fl.00 I Three Months.. ,2.r> Six Months.. .."50 | Single Copy.03 ?I**" Advertising rates furnished on ap plication. Business Local Notices 10c. a line for first insertion anti Be. a line for each su>> sequent insertion. Obituaries exceeding 10 Hoes, tributes of respect, cards of thanks, etc., must be paid for at tho rate of 5c. pei line. Telephone Mo. M. Notice of Removal. About the lirst of July the office of Til Gazkttk will be moved to the building of Dr. W.S. White, known as the Tanquary property, first door below the store of Jack Withrow (up? stairs). Our growing business de? mands more room and better light to successfully operate our plant. STATE SENATORS. One of the must interesting feature* of the schedule for put? ting the new Constitution into effect is that section relating to Sta...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 20 June 1902

(Elie focttt Lexington, Va., June 20, 1902. Washington & Lee University Interesting Programme of 1902 Closing Exercises INSTALLATION OK PRESIDENT DINNY The 190th eouuneneement of Wash ington and Lee University began Sunday nioriiing with the bacca? laureate sernion by Kev. Ktlgnr Y. Mullins, I). D., LL.I)., president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, nt Louisville, Ky. The spacious rniversity chapel was filled with a cultured and apprecia? tive audience. Dr. Mullins delivered an able nnd eloquent sermon, his subject being, "Mons Dominion Over Nature." He is un attractive Bpeaker,andat times held his audience with rapt attention. After the introductory anthem, "Calvary'", prayer whs offered by Hov. Daniel Blain of Covesville. Va. Kev. Dr. J, A. Queries, at the request of Dr. O. H. Denny, acting-president, read the announcements for the com? mencement exercises, anti Introduced Dr. Mullins as the preacher for the occasion. The address before the Young Men^s Christian A...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 20 June 1902

T HE SERGEANT'S DAUGHTER [Original.] There ls an old fort on tbe coast of ^orth Carolina dismantled and under fthe care of John Conroy, au ordnance sergeant. One morning I strolled from thc hotel where I was spending the sum? mer with a view to visiting the place and on reaching lt was shown about by the sergeunt's daughter, Julia. She was very pretty, and there was an Individu? ality about ber which rendered her un forgetable. "Have you always lived here?" I asked. "Oh, no, ma'am, but I've always lived In the army. I was born in the army." "Are you attached to the army?" "I don't know anything else. I can't say I'm attached to it, becauje father is only a noncom., and we don't associ? ate with the families of the officers." "What's a noncom.?" "A noncommissioned officer. But something may happen that will make this different," she added in a confi? dential tone. "Who is the officer?" I asked. "What officer?" "The one you are expecting to mar? ry." "Ob, dear! How did you know?" "I d...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lexington gazette. — 27 June 1902

Gbe ^Lexington Gazette. VOLUME 98. NO. 31. LEXINGTON* VIRGINIA, KUI DAV. JUNE 27, 1902. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR WEINBERG'S CASH OLOTHIHO GO. The Place to Get Big Values for Little Money. Thc Largest Stock OF NEW GOODS TO SELECT FKOM. 100 Suits of tho DeYoung stock which we Brill sell ai 50c. on the dollar. Don't fail to see our CLOTHING. If advertised elsewhere it is cheaper here. Weinberg Cash Clothing Co. Main Street, opposite new Bank and Postoffice, ? kEXingTON, Virginia.* Pbobb No. 7. Binders, Mowers, Hay Rakes, Drills, Harrows, Cultivators, Plows, COOKING STOVES, Buggies, Carriages, WAGONS, Buggy iiml Watson Harness. A large stock o! REPAIRS for all kinds of Machines, including Knives, Guards, Sections, &c. At Old stand, Corner Main and Henry Btreeta. W. F. PIERSON. Fraternal Orders. Mountain City Lodge, No. ?7, a\ncle*i1 Yolk Masons, meets 2nd anti 4th Mot: tlay nights at Mastiuit: Hall, Frank Moola, NV. M. A. T. Shield?, Sec'y. Rockbridg.- Lodge, No. 58. 1. O. <)? P., meets...

Publication Title: Lexington Gazette
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