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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 2 November 1887

medicinal. r'.,*\:iiu\'t\ -.... . 3 vw. iTiwascta. tr.u-Et Gonniuc Dr. Hull's m < 3 { Ej ? ?. ???? . ur: 1 -'S?' a ?? ? ?? ? - ?O'^*/?* .I;...'. r./i'rilK rclr.nl:. %-. -. lien Lnns?'? Pluat-Thc srcal Tubarrn A ip|?t.-:-iT..v iO ( ' 'I'.- Uli Druggists. DR. VON SENDEN'! Fennel Honey #extragtw Tho Great German Family Remedy For the Rapid ("uro of ( .. :.. Coli's. Bronchitis, Sure Throat. Influenza, Croup, Whooping Cough, Difficulty of Breathing, fains and Tightness of the Chest, Dripicsn or Tickling in the Throat dr. Absolutely frco lrotn substances injurious to ilth. Small (3 oz.) bottles. 25 cts: larte (8 oi.) b itttos. 50 et*. >E39*Fnr sale bv ;:!! druggist v - p27 3m ? ?ildingm ate! rial,' &c. TP ami) loormg?rianing mil Manufacturers of >? end WINDOW F3AMFS. MOLDINGS, Ac. Dealers in tfBER .SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, CALCINED PLASTER and CEMENT. no. :*.5 north union 8t. Alexandria. vtrgi> S:ErrLumber delivenal in tho city ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 2 November 1887

?-??1 [ . \ ALEXANDRIA. WEDNESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 2. When General Mahone conducted the Hinton campaign in the Petersburg district, Eome yt are ago, ho was the moat ultra and prescriptive of all democrats-used tissue ballots to defeat the rightful republican ma jority, and made it so dangerous for repub iican voters that U. S, troops bad to be sent to Puterdburp. His bead man now is Mr. John Wise, who is on record as saying that the white republicans of Virginia are "apos? tates for tho price of their apostacy." When in power bis well known policy was to iguore, depose, and snub the old leaders ol ? tho republican party, aud to udvance over tbeir heads democratic scalawags. Surely there is nothing in all this to induce Vir? ginia republicans to vote for General Ma hone. Before ihd General became a turncoat be? cause the democrats refused positively to make him Governor, he had no use for the negro. He petitioned the legislature to dia francb:aatho colored voters of Petersburg; Le h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 2 November 1887

?MtmitB ?>m?% wednesday evening, novemi;:::: 'j. LOCAL NEWS for tliis section slight!5- wanner, fair weather, light variable winds. Charter ok Incorporation.?Judge Jas. ?eitb, of the Circuit Court for his city, baa .1 :i charter of incorporation to The American Manufacturing and Publishing rj q nany. Tho purposes as set forth in the harterareto manufacture ami sell medi , ami proprietary nrticles ; paper bags, bjxea aud other articles from paper ; inks ; to own and conduct a daily and weekly pa and to carry on a general job printing ibiishing business. The capital-tock o; the company is to be $250,000, divided into shares and tin< principal otlice is to be in ib - city w:th principal busiriees offices iu Washington anil in Frederick City, Md. The following aro named as officers: C. F. Marke I, president ; J. A. Williamson, vice [out ; J W Kaufman, secretary and ir* r,s irer and C. F. Markell, J. A, William iu j VV. Kaufman, E. L Miller and T. W. Tyler, director...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 2 November 1887

WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 2. HoBRiKLE Affaie.?Another case of pre? mature burial worthy of being analyzed in the realistic manner of Zola has occurred in France. An elderly woman who lived at an Old World place called St. Ouen La Kouerie recently fell ill and, as her friends thought, died. The funeral took place, and as the gravedigger was preparing to lower the coffin into the earth he heard moans is? suing from inside the lugubrious four boards inclosing the presumed corpse. Then fol? lowed a scene which was au exact counterpart of what occurred about twelve months ago in another rural part of France. The gravedigger, half frighten? ed of the probable ghost which his imagina? tion conjured up and partly awed by the re? quirements enacted by the law in circum? stances such as those in which he found himself placed, left the coffin in the care of the mourners and went oil' with his sombre story to M. Le Maire. That rural digoi ta-\, having duly donned his scarf of office and summo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 3 November 1887

MEDICINAL. - '-S3s?>/. -S' Ueadachc.l -.*3S38f-wi? 1 ???i;.a.-hc. Spruiti*. etc. l'ricol Cj^a^^jaRSslotA !i bwilv. Sold by all! ,<i4.',, :v??->.-ii.,lruiRtf'!t* Cuution.?Tho (ten-1 '->'. .- " c-> ? i: ? ? ?/???/. i: Oil bears ourl **D? !..>? ??>". ..t-rc: 'i r.iilp-Mark. mid ourj .-? ? r(. A. C .M.yer &, Co., Sole] BvU'a Couab 8yrun will cure your ?! si oacc. Price only 23 Ct*. n bottle. R. VON SE Fennel Honey #EXTRAC? The Great German Family Remedy Fot the Rapid Cure of ' ughs, Golds, Bronchitis, Son- Throat. Influenza, Croup, Whooping Cough. Difficulty of Breathing, Pains and Tightness of the Chest. Dryness or Tickling in the Thront, die. Absolutely fno lrom substances injurious to hi alth. SuikU (3 oz.? bottles. 25cts: larA <S oz.) ! ::'.c~. 50 ct?. .SSrFor sale bv nM drai-cis'.s. i <e:-27 3m IiI ILDING MATERIAL, &c.~ P ERR Y, SMOOT & GO. SteamFlo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 3 November 1887

" ? i& %t ! ?)% A LrCXANDBIA. thursday evening, november 3. Mr Hbcock, the new republican Senator from New York, concedes the generally ac knowledged fact that the revenue of the country la entirely too great, and that it sbouhl l-e reduced; but as the South produ? ces sugar, while the North does not, with the sectional animosity characteristic of Northern republicans, he would effect tbe the greater part of the desired reduction by the removal of the duty on sugar. Why can not Mr. Hiecock, and all tho other Northern republicans, consider the subject of the tariif io a fair and disinterested manner, and without any reference to sectionalism ? There is n<5 doubt that tbe duty on sugar should be removed. Sugar is a necessary of life, and is usad by all, though produced by few ; aud under a republican form of government the many should not be tBxed for tbe benefit of the few. But tho reasons for the removal of tbe duty on sugar, a Southern product, apply with gre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 3 November 1887

TH?RSl>AT EVENING. NOVEMBER .'7. LOCAL NEWS. f..r t!:is section fair woather, light variable , |g, and slight changes in temperature. 1'p.ANSKEK OF the SHIP YAKi).?The Ar , i Steamship Company to day transferred i the Alexandria Mar no Railway, Ship ling and Coal Company, from whom ',?, recently acquired the property, the ship railway and yard laying to the I ol the ground on which the founda vr the proposed steamer Pocahontas - -en laid, retaining the latter ground, the s'eam power, railway' and pier privileges, certain necessary shop and molding loft spaces and tho office room now occupy. It is understood the Arrow company have had the re , ?ae of this part of the property under con ratiou for some time past. The officers of the Arrow company say the property they have surrendered is of no value to them, \ have no present ?ioe for the land and .. - longer to engage in repairing . They say they wish to devote their time and money to the construction of the Pocahontas, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 3 November 1887

THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 3. A Witness Killed in Court.?A terri? ble tragedy occurred in Airmount, a email village twelve mile east of Coffeeville, Miss., on Saturday evening. On Friday Mag Sherman (colored) appeared before the pro? per official and swore out a warrant charg? ing that Sell Boyle, a young white man of the neighborhood, had the night before broken ioto her house and indecently as? saulted both herself and her eight-year old daughter. Boyle was arrested and carried to Airmount on Saturday afternoon, ail the while protesting his innocence. Trial was railed about 3 o'clock, and all were assem '>'ed in tbe court room. The womsD, after being sworn, proceeded to tell her etory, oc? casionally interlarding it with euch expres t-ions as, "God knows be is the man, and he knows it himself," and "I saw bim plainly when he eeized hold of me, and it wa3 sure ly Sell Boyle." As all the details came out the young man's face began to grow pale, and a* the woman concluded ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 4 November 1887

MEDICINAL. ?I . i^ ??? i. ^ -?- '? ' .? ? i-" ?' *~''j?s?a,.' Vi-n. "'i-'i'r. . '??i-irn.; J ; uw,- ,o_v?*w*'J ?<? ?.?<?????:?? Jir.tr6 Ii : fctfSPv/S' ?' ?r :' ,j ' :'?! " to9 v. I,?n: tldowI-Prl t'lii^K?The crsnt Tobaccoi lOCt*.-Solu "j aU?rugsis? FemnelMey tEXTRAGTC The <?'ri'?l German Family Remedy For tho Sapid Cure of Coughs. Colds, .Bronchitis, f-'orr Throat. Infincuza. Croup, Whooping CovgH, Difficulty of Breathing. Pains and Tightness of the Chest, Dryncss or Tickling in the Throat, dr. Absolutely frrc from substances injurious to health. Small f3 ok) bottles, 23cts : h'.r?c (8 oz.J bottles. 50 eti. t^For sale hv all druggists? scji27 3m iU:iLDIN(J MATERIAL, U. ^RRYf3M??T&<v;. tcamPlooring&Pl?iiing S?l] Manufuoturcrs-o: (S and WINDOW FRAMES. MOLDING . . Dealers IMBEIi, MINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, CALCINED PLASTER ami CEMENT. no. 25 north union st.. ALEXAN DEIAj VIRGIN: . - n<ber delivered in the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 4 November 1887

A LKXANDRIA. FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 4. The wisdom of the Gazette's oft repeat ed advice to the Cleveland administration., to delay not oue hour beyond the earliest practicable moment in appointing well ap? proved democrats to take the places of the republican sycophants who by hook or crook are atill clinging to the federal teat in Washington, baa jii3t received a forcible Il? lustration in the conduct of certain leading printing office employees, wbo audaciously contrived to pervert the late great labor de mouatralion at the national capital into a bo>cott of the democratic candidate for Governor of Maryland. Perhaps in all the Kunals of political insolence nothing like the behavior of these foremen of a great bureau of a government controled by a democratic administration, was ever before experienced. It is proper, however, after all, that honest democrats should thank these republican bravos for their manifestation of ingratitude and treason to tbe powers that are fe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 4 November 1887

f?i day eveking, novembee 4. LOCAL NEWS. For this section fair and slightly warinor, fol 1 y i voler weather, light to fresh southwest "to none west winds. Billy Williams?The following dis- j patch was roceived in this city this morn- j iog ?' Baltimore, Nov. 4. ?.. h Wthtier, Chief of mice, Alexandria, Va : We have arrested itilly Williams! He will go j to Yirgiula without a requisition. Jacob Eeey, Marshal, i Immediately ou the receipt of the above Capt. Webster held a consultation with j Mayor Smoot and Commonwealth's Attorney Marbury and telegraphed back to Marshal Prey to bold Williams in Baltimore till he \ could be sent for this evening. Capt. Web- j sterand officer Grady left here for Baltimore 6t three o'clock this afternoon and are ex-i peeled back to-night with their prisoner. j Williams, as is well known, is wanted bore j where there) is an indictment pending against bim on the charge of killing officer j Ju iau Arnold in May last. John Currau, ! who was indicted with Wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 4 November 1887

?et* FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 4. A Duel With Cross-bows.?A duel with rrcss-bows has just been fought in the neigh ? orhood of the Military School between a >outhfu! ecion of nobility and a young actor f'om one of the theaters on the left bank of the Seine. The following circumstances gave rise to this old-fashioned way of set tling a quarrel: The scion of the noble bouse had a friend belonging to the demi-monde, whom he had lodged luxuriously in a little dwelling all to herself in the Avenue de Saxe. Sporting matters, family affairs, and the usual occupations of a wealthy man about town kept the Bcion away from hi: dark-eyed divinity during long intervale, and weary with waiting for a iover who was never to be eeen, she consoled herseil with a handsome follower of Thespic, who paid long and frequent visits to the small but pleasant premises on the Avenue de Saxe. The aristocratic person having re s >!ved to return for a while to the bowen where pleasure, as be ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 5 November 1887

MEDICINAL. ,^'"-o^cv c !y: Itht.uroatUm, Neui '-" "HKN ::.^;r\ Stilt Kccfc, B Scald*, CttU. L Liimlia . Sure.-. Kroyt-biU'S, , < ?njr,8oreZhroat^ Wounds, Ili-adncho, le. Bpndaa, etc. I'ric-o bottle. Solu by nil ?-. (?:??.-11m pen ; ?JSCtS* registered 'i nulcM.iri;, audour *:.- ? '-??.:*?? Clcmatoro. A. C Meyct & Co., Solo "SVA Coush Syniji will r?r.' Fennel Hone # Extract* The Great German Family Remedy Fot tin- Kapid Cure of Coughs, Catth. Bronchitis, Sore Thront. Influenza Croup. Whooping Cough. Difficulty of Breathing, Pains and Tightness of the Chest. Dryncss or Tickling in the Throat &c. Absolutely fr> o Irom substances injurious to health. Small (3 oz ) buttles 25 cts : larye B ox.1 b tries. 50ct<. j?r?F.or sale by ell druggists. sep27 3m BUILDING MATERIAL, &c. LUM iURY.SMOOT&OO. amFlooring&Planing Mill Manufacturers of 11 and WINDOW FBAMFS, MOLDING;!, &e. Dealers in BEE, S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 5 November 1887

?\I7kxandria. SATUROA? EVENING. NOVEMBER 5. Thk New Orleans Times Democrat .allud? ing to the recent ex-Confederate demonstra ti( natMucon,Ga.,says: "Itiswell,indeed,to (?how, in the most striking manner possible, the intention of our people not to pay the plight eat attention llo whatever Northern prejudice still exist on tbi.'i point." It is writ, indeed, that some Southern uewepapere have the manliness to represent correctly the true feelings on this point of the nier, v. ho were Confederates from principle and conviction of duty. F^very honorable ex Confederate accepted tbe consequences o defeat in good faith, and is now as loyal ft the Union as ho ever was to the short-liver naiion for which ho risked and lost so much bat he i-j a sorry one who denies the righ! and justice of the cause for which be fought an?! who is deterred by the fear of conse quonces from showing respect for the met he willingly followed in that cause; and what's more, no honorable ex Union soldiei thinks t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 5 November 1887

saturday evening. november LOCAL NEWS For this d>strict fair weather, slowly lising teuiperatnro, light northerly winds, becoming vatiable. Church Services, &c, Tomorrow.?I I Church.?Services.at 11 a. m. by Rev. II Suter, and comtnuuiou. Children's ser- j vices at 4 p. m. St. Paulas Church.?Services at 11 a. m. j by Rev. Dr. Norton, and cemnaiiuion. Church.?Services at 11 a. in. and communion, and at 7 p. m. by Rev. H. T. 1 Sharp. " j St. Mary's Church.?Mass at 7 and 11 a. } in. ami sermon,by Rev. Father O'Kaceand Vespers at -1 p. m. First Presbyterian Church.?Servico at 11 I m bj R'-v J. M. Xourse. Second Presbyterian Church.?Services at 11 a. in and at 7:30 p. m. by Rev.'C. \V. Ii.ii-. cf F out Royal. 'si Church.?Services at 11 a. m. aud j ; > '?? in hy Rev. I. M. Mercer. Trinity Afelh. Epis. Church.?Services at j 11 .? rn and 7::'>0 p.m. by Rev.R. P. Bishop. I AfefA. Epis. Church South.?Services at 11 a.m. !i;.<i 7:30 p. m. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 5 November 1887

SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 5. An Anarchist's Threat.?At a crowded meeting of the socialist labor party in Germania Assembly rooms, New York, last night L. E. Bhevitch, editor of the Leader, made a speech, in which he said : "On Fri day, Nov. 11, the greatest crime and most atrocious murder ever perpetrated iB fixed to take place in Chicago. But I tell yon if this crime of bare murder is committed the end will soon follow. If these heroes are hanged, the days of all those concerned in the outrageous murder will be reckoned, and the day will not be far off when they will bave to answer for the blood they shed ?>y every spark of life in their worthless bodies. [Loud cheere, and cries of "kill them," "dynamite."j But let them bang; seven men's livej will not harm our cause. Let them kill 70?70,000 and out of their maves 70.000,000 others will rise. I tell y iti if these men are hanged next Friday Something thousands of times worse than tur iate civil war will follow. We will ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 8 November 1887

MEDICINAL. II M IIa VON SEK DEW'S ffRNllIiifY #EXTR?CT^ The Greal Gerataii Family Remedy Foi t u* Rapid I tare <>! Colds. Bronchitis, Fore. Thront Influenza, p, U'koopii-g Cough. Difficulty of Breathing, Pains ana Tightness of the Chest, Dryness or Tickling in the Throat dr.. Absolutely fr<c irom sub^tni res injurious to Small (3 oz.) bottles 25 cts : laree 8 "/.. ti - "Oct?. s?rFor sale i>v all druggista."*fE5 ? ? JT 3m 15CILDING MAT/EPJAL,. &c._ ^?;RRXSMOOT&f;0. lamFloorinff&PlaiuaaMl] o o Manufacturers o: IB WINDOW FRAMFS. MOLDINGS, &c Dealers i:: LUMBER. SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, GALOINED PLASTER ar.a CEMENT v.o. 25 NORTH ONION ST.. alexandr1 '.. VTBGlNIi Lumbar delivered p. the city free. 'OSIAH flJ). SMOOT, UEAi.EK IN ni aI LS. LIME, CEMENT.CALCINED PLASTER. &c. &C., San. MAN?FACTI' REE OF FLOORING, DO0E3, sASli. BLINDS, FRAMES mouldings; mantels, BRACKETS a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 8 November 1887

. rv <o .? ? ,/M#..>;> |v ? $ r ; W TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 8. Thkkk ark many people who, judging from their expressions, really think that Gov. Oglesby, of Illinois, is in an exceed? ingly trying position. But why be should be,ia what maDy other people find It hard to understand. The condemned anarchists waro tried fairly, and legally, and constitu? tionally, by a jury of their peers, and con? victed of the willful and deliberate murder of a number of the policemen of Chicago, whom they did not even know, who bad never done auy of them barm, and who were engaged in the exercise of their sworn duty; and by whose death widows and orphans were not only made, but reduced to abject poverty. Why it will be trying for him nol to interfere with the execution of the law, that is if he have the requisite qualifications for lbe position he holde, ia not easy to tell, To day the men of Virginia willingly ex trciaed the duty and responsibility of citi z u elec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 8 November 1887

TUESDAT RTKNINQ, NOVEMBER 8. LOCAL NEWS tv>r this section fair weather, preceded by rain southern Virginia, light to fresh winds, shift "'tonortherly, cooler Wednesday morning, fol ght rii-e in temperature. fflE election for n State Senator anil er of the House of Ddlegatea has been o.; in this city quietly to-day. A large ' being polled, particularly by thecolor who art-voting almost solidly the re T.. can ticket. It is impossible to tell the {Lull hut Judge Stuart, democrat, it is be moi, will be elected by a fair majority. At four o'clock the vote stood as follows : ,,m.ri . 3128 13s 8?j .... ::::::::::::::::: 719 ? itbwsni . 3ss 300 The latest intelligence frcin the county is pa: the vote 'here will bo about ovonly di -iJel between democrats and republicans. personal ? Mrs. Esther Demp-ey will fgvehere ibis evening for Omaha to spend I [hewinter w ith her sou,Capt.Charles Demp m V S. A., who is stationed there. Mrs. Dempsey will beaccompauieil by her daugh? ter, Miss ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 8 November 1887

TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 8. Dickens' Genius.?In your issue of Tues? day last you refer to a statement in an In? dian paper regarding the grandmother of Charles Dickens. A3 there are some in nccuraciesln the story quoted by you?es? pecially in so far as it refers to the firnt Lady Houghton?you may possibly allow me to tend you the correct version as I heard it many years ago from Lady Houghton her self. Old Airs. Dickens was not nurse, but housekeeper, at Crewe in the time of the first Lord Crewe, the grand father of the pre? sent holder of the title, and of his sister, the first Lady Efbughton. I well remember Lady Houghton speaking to me with en? thusiasm of Mrs. Dickens' wonderful powers as a story teller. It was her delight as a ebild to listen to the tales which the old lady was able to relate with so much drama? tic force and feeling, and it was with the greatest interest tbat, later on in life, Lady Houghton recognized in the illustrious author of "David Copperfield" the gran...

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