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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 9 November 1887

MEDICINAL. i Coachs. Cold.". Hoarwnt^ chltta Wliooploit Cough, li *ion. cm! relk... ? .-. ..?r.?>:i< in advanced rtagcs JiediwaKO. PllceSSct?, Co?, dk. :. k. 'i'lio Genuine I>r. Full's Km \ coko? Strrop - i only la - - si ?.!,,;, ,r..?;.,;?t?. anil bean o-.;r regtetenwl Trado-Morks to wlti ? -w> i BuWi Bead fa a i irclc,a?ed j .ijjy ^sf&r,i .-/,:.??..', miu Iiis 5 r*4or.rt>* ^p*Bs?Umore[adW U.S.A. ceo-Ai DRoVOM SENDEN'S Fennel Honey ^Extract* The Great1 German Family Remedy Foi th? Knpid Cure of Colds. Bronchitis, Sore Thront. Influenza, Croup. Whooping Cough. Difficult;/ of Breathing, pains and Tightness o f the Chest. Dryness or Tickling in the Throat dir. Absolutely fr>e Iroin sub-tances injurious to health. Small (3 oz.) bottles 25 cts ; laivo ;S oz.) b ttlcs 50 ctj. pUFFoi sale by all druggists."*?? sep27 3m lUILDING MATERIAL, &c? PERRY?O0T&G?. ? earn Flooring &Plan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 9 November 1887

?fc? - fit ? %t A LKXANDRIA. W EDS ESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 9. Amid thk general acclaim throughout Virginia at the utter defeat and route of Mahone and Mahoneism, there is one cause of sorrow?the fact that enough white men were found in Alexandria who, by uuiting with the negroes of the city and those who wero brought from Washington, were en abled to make the county town of both Washington And Lee reverse its former democratic majority, and proclaim itself to the world as willing to submit to the igno minious yoke of the man whose vote pre? vented the repeal of the Btatute prohibiting ex Confederates from holding commissions in the V. 8. army. "As this is a free country, in which every man, black as well as white, has the right to vote, there is nothing to do after an elec? tion but ab de the result. But for all that, the unprejudiced people of this community Cau not help thinking it rather strange that Messrs. Lswis McKenzie and Charles Dear bora could influence a sufficient number...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 9 November 1887

?_ WEDNESDAY EVENINu. NOVEMBER :'. LOCAL NEWS. Foi s ction sl ghtly warmer, fair weather, ' ...v ; ? iring Thu.-sday by local shuweis. lijht ,V , - v.l.- .?b.e winds, generally shifting :?> east ti '. so Ith. _?_ Vksterday'8 Election.?The election resterda; was conducted orderly, though ?c extraordinary interest was manifested by both partie.-, and notwithstanding the State gt large rolled up handsome majorities for the democratic candidates for the Legisla? ture?that party having returned enough ffiembers to have working majorities in both branches?Alexandra city and county whs destined to lose its etlicient democratic dele Cite. The city, however, went democratic by'a small majority, which was offset by strge number of colored votes cast in Ibe county for the republican nominee. It ? t-etneil that every individual who for the ja-t yt-ar or two hnrbared a real or imagina? ry grievance against the democratic party made yesterday the occasion to vent h-s (, by vieiog with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 9 November 1887

WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 9. Saved ey a Rattlesnake.?Our Cotton avenue ftory teller has given us another of the old time incidents that may while away an idle moment. He says that a man was living in the lower edge of the county when Roanoke was burnt by the Indians, and joined in with the force who was sent against them. One morning he and another man got separated from the command, and while following their trail was suddenly confront? ed by some ten or twelve savages who were iirobably a hundred yards off. They both turned to flee, when the Indians fired on them. His companion fell dead, but he sped on, and the Indians followed. He got into a thicket and dodged hither and thither and at last found an old hollow log of huge proportions, into which he crept. After awhile he heard an Indian tramping around. He approached the log, got on it, walked to the end, and sat down. The man in the log was scared very much, but kept quiet. The Indian eat a few minutes, got up and left, and p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 10 November 1887

MEDICINAL. ? ? ???? fan . -i Earth for Plain." wui! ... ;l ?' t . .11 :-;iy oMn-r known rvm-1 ^. .l^-.-x ?'?:??: i; .nmn.it um. Ncuralsia,i As-ir? Sv. Slur Neck, Bruises,! . ? ?' v \ i... . ? ;Ui!.<. Cats, LnJBba-l '.!?!: v. S'irci. Krwt-Uti-^,1 , ?VxV?5 i ? i;e, i'iiiusv. Sore Throat,! , -f'43wilj- V*'.?? Vw.umls, Headache,! . /.;. . ????i?itr. rricoi - -;*a3W* -^-i?? ? ? . .. if;:-. SoW by all I ? : . <-..w..n._-n.".- R.-n f --?? i;:::.. .s-t'.-fidnK f.'if bears onrl i ??0;t>>' n;:iitt'ii'1 U: ulo-5! irk. um! oi:.-6 ; mature. A. C Moyoi & Co., Set?! finite ?. . ?:? . U ... .it. Ball's Couch Syrtrp wIH cure your 'jach at once. Prico oiu7.25Cta.>a bottle. DR.VON SENDEE'S. Fennel Honey *Extract? 1 !w> Great (jirrmau Family Remedy Foi th<- Kapid ?'im< <if Coughs, Colds. Bronchitis, Sore Throat. Influenza, p, Wlioopiog Cough. Difficulty of Breathing. Pains and Tightness of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 10 November 1887

AT. i^XANDRIA. THURSDAY EVENINGNOVEMBER 10. Me John Wise may be a very smart pol ilician; but certainly no reasonable person would suppose so. He elected the demo? crat candidate for Congress in the Rich? mond district last year by forcing the re? publicans there to run a separate ticket, and h.) elected the democratic legislative ticket there laBt Tuesday by openly proclaiming the bargain he had made between the ne? groes and the so-called labor party, by which, for the support of Mahone then, Ihe fotmer were to bs given the municipal cffi eis next spring. He also, by his public Bbu>6 of the people of Danville, secured the election of tho democratic ticket in Pittsyl vania. It would have been better for Gen em) Mahone if Mr. Wise bad abandoned Lira, as all his- other old lieutenants bad, than remained with him to the last, "among the faithless, faithful only he." Mr. Wise's inientions wore doubtless loyal to "Master, lead ou, we'll follow thee!'' but General Mahone has n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 10 November 1887

THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 10. LOCAL NEWS. j Fur this section light rains, followed by fair ! weather during Friday, li*ht to fresh winds, shifting to westerly, colder Friday morning, fol- ? lowed by rising temperature. \ DISGRACEFUL Proceedings.?Last night B large crowd of disorderly negro men, women and children, headed by a negro band, paraded somo of the streetB of tho city, to celebrate tho defeat of Judge Stuart. : When the mob passed his house, they yell- j ed, jeered and discharged cannon crackers, and then proceeded to a lot, near the local depot, where, with shouts and dance?, they i burned Judge S:unrt iu effigy. They then went to the store, near by, of Mr. Corbet, their successful candidate, who addrc-?sed tbecu, congratulating them on tho "victory they had won iu the hot-bed of democracy, the'home of Barbour. and despite the influ? ence o! the State democratic committee." He said their victory showed-that the peo j p|e of Alexandria wore tired of democratic : rule, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 10 November 1887

THURSDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 10. A Brave Bcbman.?The Broad Arrow quotes the followiDg from an Indian paper: "We have been accustomed to look upon the Burman as an arrant cow? ard. Without going eo far as to maintain that this is a gross libel I will briefly men tion a circumstance which if it don't modify our opinion of him, will, at all events, in? duce us to think of him more kindly. Not long ago a partv of infantry and cavalry came upon some mounted dacoits. After a nharp encounter the dacoits were put to lligbt. One of their number was suddenly hit by a bullet and knocked off his pony. Immediately a Burman galloped back, and, while the rest of the body rode on, dis? mounted, and, picking up the wounded man, jumped on hiB pony again and rede off. This wa3 done under a heavy fire from our men, and a few lancers, too, were charging down on ;him at full speed with levelled lances It was an exciting moment. The brave Burman urged bis pony on, and with much pluck, outpacing his pursuers...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 11 November 1887

MEDICINAL. f " W ?5 '111 Corea Oousli-. Colds, H" : :tr.;-h:ti:'. v. j.,r<..j :i.r ' d: II ? < ? S i/tS^- -??t-m ! .??>. " CcliBlao In: Hull's 53 ' '-?^r^i ? H ? ?'; v.~;? 1: >-'At <>: 'y :-i ~-.H i/v-.w/.ti. :?. 1 ' . -.- 1 ?. i.. vctstered Inule-Marks to wlt:{ ; 1 Butt's Head in a C:rclr.nJ{-\:-: ?' -iwi >'--n .'?.-ht' ?'. IlK-l . ; -qew Props, I.V.union-, Sid., I. s. A. ? Chew LauccV I' uTobacco A: ^?EXTRACT* S Jn- Great German Family Remedy ? Fm the Knpid Cure of Coughs; Colds. Bronchitis, Sure Thront. Influenza,] Croup, Whooping Cough, Difficulty of Breathing. Vain* and Tightness of the Chest, Dry.. or Tickling in the Throat. <ic. Absolutely free from substances injurious t.? j hi slth. Small !5 oz i bottles 25ctfl; large (S 02.) ; 1. tries. 50 et?. .^5-r-For sale bv nil druggists.- SH sep27 :im BUILDING MATERIAL, &c. !^RRY,SMOOT&; 0.1 iteamFloori?g&Plaiii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 11 November 1887

A LEXANDEIA. fbi'>a y EVENING. NOVEMBER 11. FODB NORTHERN States voted for Presi deut Cleveland in ISSI-New York, India? na, Connecticut and New Jersey. Soon after that election Mr. Cleveland told a po? litical friend that his policy a3 President woxd he such as would tend to increase that number at the next Presidential oloc tion. The elections of the year preceding the next Presidential election have been held, but instead of there bting more North ero democratic State3 than there were in 1SS4, there are two less, Connecticut and New Jersey having turned republican. Wouldn't it be well for the President aud his parly if he were now to change his poli cy in some respects ? A strong ft e ing ia arising iu various part? of the North for a commercial union with Canada. There is every reason why there 8hou!il, jii.il none why there should not.be buc'i a union. The advantages of a similar union with Mexico nre also recommended. But if the benefits to this country from such un...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 11 November 1887

FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER II. LOCAL NEWS For this section fair weather, Ireth to brisk northwesterly "winds, colder Saturday . ing, followed by rising temperatute. CITY COUNCIL. Au adjourned meeting of tho City Council was held last night. IX THE BOARD of ALDERMEN all the members were present. Tbe Committee on Streets reported cn icveral matters which had been referred to them, which reports were adopted, after which a communication was received front tbe Mayor suggesting that Council amend sections 12, 13 ami 14 of chapter !?, Corpora? tion Laws, respecting the chain gang, l>y ?>assing an oidinanc? providing for the building oi'au additional wall on the city jail lot, and for the roofing of the fame, in which to employ persous sentenced to tho chain gang in h.-eaking stone to be used in macad ami/i:.!: atreels. The Mayor in his coin munication fays the time bus ctme when the chain gang has no terrors for many evil? doers. Such fearless characters , commit mitde...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 11 November 1887

FEI PAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 11. A Terrible Punishment.?A private j letter from Dale county, Ala., gives an ac count of the cremation of two colored men j who had assaulted Miss Fralish, a respecta- j ble young white lady. Miss Fralish, who is the daughter of one of the leading farmers of the county, was alone at home a few nights figo, the rest of the family being abroad on business. Two colored men walked uu to the gate and said they wanted something to eat, as they had been travel? ing a long distance and wore hungry. The young lady, not dreaming of ill intent, told them to go around into the back yard, where she would give them some bread. No sooner had she turned her back tore en i .t the bouse than a big black hand was clasped around her moath and she was lift ed up and carried into one of the rooms. When tho family returned they found the i?ir( in a faint from which she was, with dif? ficulty, brought to consciousness. Her story -<<? the neighbors wild, and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 12 November 1887

/if--/' ... /^V I ilHffl I^ 1plff. tfllf^'fff ^LSXANDRIi v-A, SATURDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 12 1887" ' NO. 2(U~ MEDICINAL. -. Ii;;;'- ;.-;_?1 f* 1 rth for run." WUlgg i sny.othor _aovror.-m ? Koaratcla. [?4 as. js.itf Keck. Brulws.!*! Has Cuts, Luml . I. m -v. Sore. Frtnt-iuti'S j. . ? i . *. : '' -y, Sur?-Throat, tV. . ?. x.\ -?!??. Ilcatl.-i-hp.Hll . Si rain*, etc. Pricot? '?? ??????: SoM t>? allfc. " .- . Caution.?Tho ?cn- K ? ralior. <?:! !?-ars ourgT! : ., i Tnulo__r_. azxl our fa -yer ? Ca. Sole S DR.VOBI BEN The Great German Family Remedy i'"r tbo ti'r-.pid t uro of Coughs, Collis. Bronchitis, Fore Thron'. Influenza, i Croup, Whooping Cough. Difficulty of Breathing, Pains and Tightness of the Chest, Dryncss or Tickling in the Throat Ac. Absolutely Hvo from substances injurious to .'?'). Small(3oz.)bottles.-25cts; lareo(8 ox.) bottles. "'0 ct?. %&"For sale bv all druggists.-__$ jon27 :im BUILDING MATERIAL, &c. PERliT,SMO?T&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 12 November 1887

f\i mm M i ???.??^^^^^ 8ATUbday evening, november 12. Now that General Mahone?but bear it in mind, not the republican party?haa been defeated and routed, and the dread of negro e-upremacy been happily dissipated, the democrats have complete rule of the State. That they will be held to a strict hccouutabiiity for that rule, and that a large number of meu who have heretofore voted with them, will abandon them if they con? tinue the disastrous policy they have here? tofore pursued with regard to the State debt, they should be as well aware of as every " b >dy else is. The State cauoot possibly re? pudiate hor debt with the U. S. Supreme Court on the bide of the creditors, and com? mon some is all that is sufficient to teach iliat plain let-son, to say nothing either ol the enormous expense attending the at i< inpts to effect that utterly impracticable object, or of the injurious effects such efforts have had, are having, aud must cou lintie (?> have upo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 12 November 1887

SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER VJ. LOCAL NEWS. For this sectiou fair weather, slowly rising teaiperatnro, light to fresh noithcrly winds, be? coming variable Chubch Services, &c, Tomorrow.? - -.' Church.?Services at 11 a. in. ami 7:30 p. m. by Rev. H. Suter. St. Paul's Church.?Services Stil a. m. ami 4 p. ra. by Rev. Dr. Norton. 0 ace Church.?Special serviced at 10 a. in. and services at 11 a. m. and at 7:30 p. m. by Rev. Chas. Gauss. S!. Mary* Chinch.?Mass at 7 and 11 a. m. and sermon, by Rov. Father Quion ajrd Vespers at 4 p. m. Firtt Presbyterian Church.?Service at 11 a tu. by R-v J. M*. Xourse. Second Presbyterian Church.?"So service in the morning. Service at 7:30 p. m. by Rev. J. M. Nbm.se. Baptist Church.?Services at 11 a. m. by Rev. A J. Reaney, of Heatbeville, Va , and at 7:30 p m by Rev. I. M. Mercer. Trinity Meth. Epis. Church.?Services at 1! a. ni. and 7:30 p. in. by Rev. R. P. Bishop. Meth. Epis. Church South.?Services at 11 a.m. aud 7:30 p. tu. by Rev. R. Smitb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 12 November 1887

SATURDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER A Mad Bull's Work.?Clarence Show? ers, aged 85 years, a wealthy farmer of Strattonville, Vt., was buried on Sunday at that place. Saturday mornieg he went to Wilson McKee's farm, a mile distant, to fetch to his own farm a five-year-old Jersey bull owned by McKee and himself. Tha hull was an ugly one, and was handled by means of a stick five feet in length fastened <o a riog in the animal's nose. Ab soon as Showers took the bull from the stable it bo to make vicious lunges at the farmer. The stick 6aved Showers from the animal's horns, until one furious lunge broke the stick in two. Showers succeeded in seizing the end of the piece of stick left banging to t he riog. and also retained his bold on the other piece. He managed to keep the bull at a safe distance by pushing on the ring, at the same pounding the animal over the bead with tbeclub, hoping to subdue him. Two small boys, children of Farmer McKee, w* ro present, but they were so frightened...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 14 November 1887

? ( -,.4 I jjk . > ,/ 1/ / ,| "VOL. LXXXFHI . ALEXANDRIA, VTA, MONDAY EVENING~^QVEMB^iri^T ' MO. 203./ MEDICINAL. I ,f A.?'. Jf>yrr it- C*. S ?:? y j.v. Balttmon, Md., V. a.:.. & Chew Lange'? Plucfr-The irrcot Tobacco A?. .?ii..t.-:-i'ri.-o 10 n-.-hi.:.;?y a.i uruggisw. Femnel Hone #EXTRACti rite <?r<-at German Family Remedy For the Rapid Cure of . Colds, Bronchitis, Sore Throat. Influenza, Croup, Whooping Cough, Difficulty of Breaihing, Pains and Tightness of the Chest, Dryncss "/? Tickling in the Throat, iC-c. Absolutely free from substances injurious to health. Small (3 oz. i bottles, 25 ets : large (8 oz.) ttl j.50.ctJ. ;53Sr-For sale bv all druggist?.-"!*:'. sepi'7 3m "BUILDING MATERIAL, kc. PERl^SMOOT&CO. Si iamFloorinff&Planiiig Mill Manufacturers oif -Gaud WIN DOW FEAMF3, MOLDINGS, 6x. Dealers !.: LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, SAILS, LIME, CALCINED J?LA n BE ...... i SMI S F NO. 25 NOBTB UlUOl ST.. sS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 14 November 1887

A LEX AJSTDRI A. MONDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 14. So far i'rom lowering, the recent speech of General Jackson, of Georgia, ehculd rai6e him in the estimation of every man who ap? proved the Southern Confederacy from principle, and of all (?ber men who admire obedience to the convictiors of duty, ami h brave and chivalrous persistence therein in the face of overwhelming odds. If there ever were words of tiuth and soberness.the} are thefollowiog, which are taken from the speech referred to : "Are we of the South to stand iu perpetu al terror of opening our mouths any when or upon aDy occasion to fay one word ir commendation of our past, or in honor of ou dead, or in vindication of what we know tc be the truth of history, lest we may sai something to injure tbo democratic party' Is it not euflicieut that we have beer stripped of our property and of many thing; far dearer to us than property can ever be ' Must wo also consent to siok into abysses o silence our good name ?? Must, we keep oui...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 14 November 1887

MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBEE 14. LOCAL NEWS. j- r ibis fiction fair weather, followed by light . inriugdoring Tuesday, slightly warmer. ,ficsh southerly, shifting to westerly wind'. i nragkd Audience.?For several ? ills have been posted about tbe uncing that an individual named would give to Alexandria a novel on .,'ritiinment iu the shape of a spiritualistic Eeance at Lannon's Opera House last night. Such performances are rare in Alexandria and generally condemned from the pulpit, and many kept away whose curiosity would have led them to "take in" the exhibition bad it not come under ecclesiastical inter ion. There was a large*asiemblago not istandiug, and by the time the seanco wto begiu tbe hall was full, almost to o'.vitl 'wing. Tho audionco grew restive as . our for beginning the performauce ,1 , v n, aud cat calls, shrill waL-tling and ,j. ftfeniagBtRmping upon the floor turned the ni irium into a pandemonium, rendering .:.- who had abseuted themselves from church to satisfy their...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 14 November 1887

MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 14. The Crown Pkince.?The Berlin Nation? al Zeitung states that the German specialists on Friday, after a consultation, agreed that the diagnosis of the disease as cancer in April was correct, and that the disease ha3 since spread. The Crown Prince was in? formed of their conclusions, and he retired for an hour to consider what course to pur? sue. He finally decided not to submit to an operation. He bears nimself in the bravest manner. Dr. Schroeder declares that the disease from which the Crown Prince is suf t'ering is a cancer. He proposes to perform the dangerous operation of tracheotomy and completely extirpate the cancer. This, he thinks, will prolong the patient's life three or four years, Dr. Mackenzie is against this course of treatment, as he fears that the Crown Prince may succumb under it. He 'lopes to prolong the Prince's life for a year <nd;a-balf by the methods he advocates. Dr. Krause proposes tracheotomy. All the d i tors.; however...

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