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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 15 November 1887

MEDICINAL. Ifilllj vl'.i fur 1'aln." V.'Ul ay other Ummn n CQ inn, Neuralgia. ? ItruiM-5, said*, Cut*, Lumha v. Bona. r'rost-bite.', , QDin Br, Son Throat,, '?VfiuniK Efaadaehed -. Sprain* etc. i'ricot Lille. SeM by all I '- vSfj'i-. ? -?>.,i??y-" -1st* Cauttotu-Tho ccn '^M* a'""-- I*a? our ; -or Ha?" .- (-taten I TradoOCark, and our ? kicoaturo. A. (X Ueyet & Co., Solo : : , ISalUmaret Mi!., L\ S. A. :-.r. ill: It** Coueh Syrup will ca . ;hatouee. Price only S3 <"ts. a. botti'e. DR. VON SENDEST Fennel Hon #Extract The <?:-?';t* Oriimia Faintly Remedy For the Rapid Cure of Coughs, Colds. Bronchitis, Sore Thront. Influenza, j Croup, Whooping (\>ugh. Difficulty of Breathing, Pains mid Tightness of the Chest. Drync.is or Tickling in the Throat, &c. Ai'solutciy free from substances injurious to ! health. Small (3 oz.l bottles, 25cts : lame (8 o>:.) j buttles. 50 ct>. /^trFor sale by all druggists. S sep27 3m iM'ILDLXG MATERIAL, be. PBRRZSM00T&'< 50 Steam...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 15 November 1887

???? I ALKXANDRiA. 1 UfcSDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 15. After a year's trial, a Presbyterian ohurcb iu Savannah has very properly declined to invite Rev. Dr. Bacon of Connecticut, the son of au abolitionist, to be its permanent pastor, Tor the good and sufficient reason that be publicly favors the abolition of race distinction* bo far at least as education is concerned. Ooe or two colored children in a whole school, a9 is the case in Connecticut, are beneficial to neither race, though they do no\ bieak up the schools, but equally di vidi >', ' r a majority of colored children, as would be the case with the public schools in many paits of the South, would be disas i roua to both races, and destn y the schools; and the fact that ft year's residence io Sa? vannah has not taught Dr. Bacou that easy lesson -hows plainly enough that he is gov? erned rut her by prejudice than by kuowl edt^, and consequently is not a good teacher "' Bioa. ____________ Unless TBK membersof the U.S. Supreme (!....

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 15 November 1887

_^_ tuesday EVENING, NOVEMBER 1 >. LOCAL NEWS. for thi? section fair weather, a alight rise ;. temperature, light to frrsh westerly wind?. A Bold Robbery.?A most remarkable dt, which has be~u kept very quiet, oc rred ia tbia city on Tuesday last. Miss i r. @isson, a teacher of ono of the ? schools, had gone to the Citizens' : to deposit her salary, which she had entlj received, and coming out of the bask at iniddav wont on Lee -treet toward ; street When near the middle of the .. she wan suddenly struck on the side b face bj a man who came out of an al? ley. She was stunned and daz.-d for a mo? ment, but -aw the man run, aud when she recovered .-he found her pocketbook jtoue, having felt the rc.an snatch it frcm her pa ket. Fortunately it did not contain a large Mini The high way man saw Miss Sis goo come from ih^ hank, and doubtless sup poactl -he bad drawn money. The assault and robbery is one of the most notable thai bA3ever happened in this city. MissSisson savs that she was ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 15 November 1887

TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 15. Female Anabchists.?"I have no use for a man who is toe big a coward to make bombs to kill the police. If you won't make bomb? I'll leave you." This was what Mre. Clara Paech, of Chicago said, with all the violence of a virago, to her husband, Ru? dolph, on Sunday night. At the eame time Miss Jobanna Oppitz, Rudolph's sister-in law, dashed a bucket of water in bis face, and old man Oppitz joined in the melee and caught his son-in-law by the neck. Rudolph swore he would not make bombs to please his anarchist wife and her family : that be was a law abiding citizen ; that we was no coward, and no anarchist. He would not -;and more abuse from them, so he appear td before Justice White's police court yes? terday and obtained warrants for the three, charging his sister-in-law with assault and the others with disorderly conduct. They were arrested and held in bail of $200 each. FlELDEN A KD schwab in P?lSON.?Mich ? ael Schwab and Samuel Fielden, the an? archist...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 16 November 1887

MEDICINAL. TirfS fAnch?.0-: Is. II"<tr.- ::< :. Cr..?p. a>?.?i . ! iTuat-hitis. Whwrii'ii Cou?!i. InripicntC n ;? Lion, ami restore* consumptive penotU In ud'-aacod Etagtfl Ol the disease. Price acts; Ona . linn. Tlio Oeni?nO l)r. Hull's tCtomh Syrup is (old only In IwUm wrappers, m-'. Man oar ' rrgi*tw<l Tra.lc-31ark< to wn ; (.1 Hull's UiwJ tit u Circlr.nl; ?wir l^n?R_ -.'r:> '????/.'.L:V.', u:i\ ; -ocm* prop'*.] tin re.SId., ?.S.A. * i.cvv Laascfa Pltunr?The jir-at Tobacco A ? r-.Sold-lTi.v JOf;.*.-': '??!!?>? ail DniSKlSti. DEN'S Fennel Honey #EXTRAGT* The ftrt'at German Family RemcUy For tln> Rapid Cure of Coughs, Colds. Bronchitis, f-'orc Throat. Influenza, Croup, Whooping Cough, Difficulty of Breathing. Paiht and Tightness of the Chest, DryncSS or Tickling in the Tlirout. d'c. Absolutely fr<o from substances injurious to in alth. Small (3 o/..) hottles. 25 cts : larac (8 oz.) bottles, 50 et?. ?SB*For sale by all druggists."is;. sep27 3m KHLDING MATE...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 16 November 1887

uv.AY. EVENING,NOVEMBEB IC. TueNrtv York Herald taking the Ga ;:;-. iT;:'rf recent nntiouacemcnt of the, at least, temporary abandonment of tho scheme for (lie construction of the famous iron steaui f-hip Poonhoiiias. as a bvds, f=ot on fool an investigation of tho schein* referred to, and devoted tivo columns of i'.s yesterday's :ssue, and ihrco of its to day's, to an exposition of tho whole affair, which it denounces a3 a fraud and swindle f:om beginning to end. The idea that such a ship aa that referred to would ever bo built here, though really entertained by rotue people, never found any general lodgment,and was discredited from tho first by reason of the evident desire of those at Iii? bead of the ???eherne to give it notoriety. It is needless to say that the effect of this affair has been injurious to tho city, and will tend to dis credit enterprises that nay bo started (., ic in (he future. Mb. conklin'g, in bis bi?h priced argu meat in tho Virginia habeas corpus cases, spjk...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 16 November 1887

WEDNESDAY EVEKING, NOVEMBER 10. LOCAL N?JWi F< r tlii-> section fair, slightly warmer w ather, light toff sh westerly, shlftiug to southerly winds Sad Accident.?A brie! account of the. ac ideotal shooting, yesterday evening, o: an eld colored man named Henry Recce by Mr. Wm. Goods, in tho store of Mr. G. W. Rauisey, was miblished iu the Gazette. The fat:ts are as follows : Between 3 and 4 o'clock Mr. J. VY. Goods, a young man of about 2 i years of age and a clerk in the store, had been handling a cat rill-*. Rt-ece was en? gaged in turning aci tlea trlmier near by. Goods called to Mr. McCaitee Ramsay, a brother ot tbo proprietor, lo a??Ut him in playioe a j jke upon tha unsuspecting old rr.an. It was arranged that Goods trbou.'d aunatttje obi nmu's hat and tiro a blank cartridge, while Mr; Ramsey should throw ^handful of shot at liitn T?r the purpose of frightening hixo The programme being completed Mr Onoda pulled the liicger aid tiie ?bot were instantly thrown, Re^c> was ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 16 November 1887

wednesday evening, november 16. A Strangs Scenk in a Bar Room.?a Philadelphia journal describes a lemarkable experience that befell visitors to a well known palatial bar room in, that city one evening in the early fall. The men who stood at the counter, chatting and drinking as they leaned against the handsome brass rod which surrounds it, were startled by hearing a man give a loud shriek of rage and pain, and drop his glass of liquor. Not long after, another shout was heard, and a man fell to the floor paralyzed. Still h third victim fell down, writhing, and there was a general scare. It was noticed that each man had fallen at the same place?in :he middle of the semi circular counter; and one of the on lookers declared the spot must be bewitched. a more thoughtful spectator, however, suspected that the cur? ious phenomena were produced by electric! tj, and an examination verified bis suspi cioo. A steel screw, from which depended an electric light in tbe billiard room below, had be...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 17 November 1887

MEDICINAL. i tirtli for Tain.' . :n r.ny other known rem 'il'.rLim.-itism, Neimlgtai. l.;.- .. stiff Kock, Bnih?s,l Ids, Cats, Lumia-I . S res, Kroat-bttOM ? -v. Son' Thront, ( bounds, Headache,! ' .?". ?ooMuuaic. Sprains, ate. l'ricoj -><*?. " bottle. Sold hy all I :~ <'auuon.?Tin? RCn-| ~^.-y> ? .?.???/!..<: on iH-ars onri n:.'i.-'t.-:v.l Yr:ii!?-jlark. and ourl '?? signature. A. <.'. Mcyot & Co., Solo! :ors. Ikdtiinore, Md., V. S. A. ! I mrr your re only t't?. a bottle. Femnel Hone # Extract* rhc Creal Gemma Family Remedy For the Rapid Cure of Coughs, Gilds. Bronchitis, Sore Throat. Influenza, i p. Whooping Cough, Difficulty of Breathing. /'??Jus and Tightness of the Chest, Dryness ?r Tickling in the Throat, Ac. Absolutely freo from substances injurious to Small (3 <iz.) bottles, 25 els : lari:e (8 nz.) 50 cts. /'5?~For sale bv si) druggists."^ s< ? 27 3m BUILDING MATERIAL, &c SteamFlooring&Fla?ingllill Maocf- ? .. its i ad WINDOW F: '> I/o....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 17 November 1887

THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 17. Mb. depew.in his speech at the late din? ner of the New York Chamber of Commerce, said: "Never before in the history of the world haatheof average wages been 80 high audthe purchasing power of money so great as in the United States to day. These are the two conditions which make a free country the paradise of honest labor. There is no civilized country where so many workiog mon own their homes. The solvent of na? tional prosperity and happiness is not the confiscation of land upon crazy theories of its common u?e, but the widest distribution of irs ownership. The man who holds in fee his house aud lot, and within tho walls of his cottage, however humble it may be, gathers his family, forms the tender fireside associations, and begin i to feel the independ? ence of bis position becomes at once a de fender of the law and a determined foe if auarchy." Every well informed man in the country recoguizes the absolute truth of each and all the words of Mr. Dep...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 17 November 1887

tiht;h'?a? evening.novemp.ee it. LOCAL NEWS. for this section colder, fair weather, light to 3b. wind*, shifting to northerly, increasing in force on tho coast. jlT. Vkbnon Avenue.?As stated in the I ? KiTK. the Committee on Right of Way ;.)ca:iou of the Mt. Vernon Avenue As? sociation left here yesterday morning, in carriage?, mr a ride over the proposed route. a iiumber of stops were made on the way down to Mount Vernon, and suggestions as ? the boat route discussed. When the high ? im the ridge about three miles south : . city wbfl reached it was unanimously ,greed thai the view cf the Potomac was oce f:te finest in the world. It was *.sug utsied that if the avenue should pass this ? i.v. observatory should beertcted there, t0 thai Washington and Mount Vernon could lie seen at the same time. After leav? er this point ihn party followed tho old r0Bd for a short 'listunce and then turned oh" buJ toil ?wul the high ridge aloog the river. At i o'clock they reached the residence of jl...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 17 November 1887

THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 17. Bond Robbery. Miner and Carson, the fashionably dressed men who have been in custody in Chicago for several days as vagrants and are to be taken to Boston to answer chargeB of bur? glarizing the office of the RoxburyGaB Com? pany, were identified yesterday as the per? petrators of the largest bond robbery on re? cord, the theft of $470,000 in securities from the office of James Young, a New York real e.-.:ate broker, about 1879. The full amount was recovered, but no direct evidence could be brought against Caraon, aod Miner es? caped from a court bailiff the day before the case came up. It is not thought proba? ble they will again be arraigned for the bond robbery, but will undoubtedly go to prison f. r their offenses committed in Boston. The ^oryofthe bond robbery and the recovery i f the securities is in many respects extra? ordinary. Young's office was on Nassau street. About January 1, 1SS9, Mr. Young took from a depository a large quantity of bond...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 18 November 1887

MEDICINAL. 1 ? " ?? rnnirh. CM-. n..:?r ? n.--. rr .... .vthma. IrW - COBI hUOViiMTins f..uK!i. l:,.-!|.lt-ni C.:. ? ? y<s>^ tton.and reuoia eoamimpave Eg : ,?>?5K. H-r-ot.-i in iiciv.i: r<d OtH ? 43^- t'ii- -i.V. I'ri.-..- S5eU <-'"?:-? : ?:. '? ? ? p J wZjG^J'tvvKK1 ?'>"!/* *'."r"j? ?"W only in ft; c- ~Sf?Si> , <j . ? i? r?. on.: hears wirK ~>?- ?Sei #tf r^-i?:?:???! 1 r.-.-:.~Va-?. Ui v. ; ? VvXL^s-riSfsv ?s;'"'<?' and il'c, - ?r3!5!?p'**^s? : ?? ..I.'. ?-. ^?jnTtt^*1 RuU .tr A. C.JIeyer tt Co., Solo ft] ??- ?->?*. Baltimore, Md., T. 8. 4. ji, R. VON SENDERS' Fennel Hone #Extractv The Great German Family Remedy For thtt Kspid l 'ure of ( Colds, Bronchitis, Sore Throat. Influenza, ;i. Whooping Cough. Difficulty of Breathing, Tains and Tightness of the Chest. Dryncss or Tickling in the Throat dr. Absolutely free from sub-t?"Ces injurious to Small ('l or.) bottles. 2.*? cts : lax je (8 ? - 5. ttlcs 50 cti. Sir-For sale by all druggists. "; ;. -. ?27 ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 18 November 1887

FRIOA7 EVENING, NOVEMBER 18. _ Governor Lee strikes the right note, and puts himself in thorough accord with most of the pelf and section respecting people of the South, when he says, as reported in the Richmond Dispatch of yesterday: ' A curious condition of things exists in this common country of ours. All Southern democrats are confidently expected to vote ad tbey have been doiDg for the psst twen? ty years, for any Northern men for Presi? dent and Vice-President whoso names may bo proposed, but it is too much to expect, we ar<.- told, that all Northern democrats will vote for a Southern democrat." The war between the States has now been over and gone nearly twenty three years, during all of which time tbo South has paid her just share of the expenses of tbegovern meat, and a party proclaimed to be nation? al, not pectional, is the governiog party of the country, and ha3 elected an administra? tion said to bo in accord with it, and that administration is now conducting theaffa...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 18 November 1887

FBI DAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 1?. LOCAL NEWS. For this section fair weather, slightly co'd er Saturday morning followed by slowly ri-iog temperature, iight to fresh variable winds shifting to southwesterly. The "Pocahoxtas."?The attacks on the Arrow Steamship Company recently made by the New York Herald still afford an in? teresting theme for conversation. As sta? ted elsewhere, the directors of the company held a meeting in New York yesterday at which it was determined to enter suit ag* ns- the Herald immediately for $2,000. 000 for alleged libel. The officials still say the workings of the company are open to the inves;igwtiou oi anybody, and they invite the closest scrutiny into all its affairs. The Herald, however, undertakes to ridicule tbe ea of twinging suit, and to-day prints abou' ii column and a half supplementary stlack on the mmpaoy and its Dretensi >? . together with the result of another inter? view with Mr. Lanca9 er, ez*vice president of the coact rj, in which the lat...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 18 November 1887

feioay evening november 1-, De. H. T. Helmbold.?Dr. H. T. Helm bold, whose name, on millions of bottles of patent medicine, has gone abroad through? out the earth, stood a prisoner in Jefferson Market Court, in New York. Tuesday. It has been for years the general impression that be was dead. The last beard of him was as an inmate of a Philadelphia asylum. Of recent years he has lived quietly in New York. Tuesday, calling at the Hoffman House, he drank wine with a number oi friends, and left the hotel, intending to go home, but instead took a Fifth avenue stage going down town. He disembarked at Washington Square, where be fell several times in the mud. An officer took charge of him and led him to court. He wan spatter? ed with mud and still under the influence of drink. At the suggestion of Dr. Helmbold's son Justice Duffy sent the prisoner to Belie vue Hospital. "God!" cried the doctor, '?If they take me to Bellevue they'll kill me. Take me home, 'ike a good fellow." He would not e...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 19 November 1887

MEDICINAL. K.irta for Pain." Will { ' i:...n :iny dtliur known rum X^?i?Sv f Jy: iiri:-.!!:::::, Neuralgia, . ?< ? ?^ii f SlitT .Neck. Brui?cs, - .^j?> i ? _ ? - Cjy ? i . ' s 1 iicadai:!i.\( * ?^?siSSp?r'ySi', Tootha :he. Sprains, etc l'ricol '-1. a little. Sold by all I : (^t:iif!iv4ig>!','-v-: > Cauti?n,-Tli?pca-! - --,?.??> un ?? y->!ration o.f tx-ars ?ur! ''?Cili^ rt::L<tije?lTrado-Msr:.-. .mdoe.r? .? sdmfle fijmsforv. A. C Never & Co., Bolef ..:. r.\ lUltimore, Md., V.S. A. , -. Bull's <'o:u'h Syrup will cere your gh at once, l'rice ouly SI.", <"t.<. a bottle. DR- VON SEN DEN'S #EXTRACT# The <?r?':t< German Family Jtormd.v Fni th'- Kapid t'ureof I ('?Ws Hronchitis, Sore Throat, hifiuc. ~n. Croup. Whooping Cough. Di?icnlty of Breathing. Tains and Tightness of the Chest. Drgiiesi or Tickling in the Throat, ttc. Absolutely fre from Babitahces injurious to SiuhII (3 oz ) bottles 25 cts : lariro :8 oz.) buttles .r>(>i t'. ,Sfr"For sale ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 19 November 1887

A T,F!X ATSTPRI?T SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 19. The President, in his letter to Mr. Sp irit accepting the latter'd enforced res? ign v ion of the position of Commissioner of the L*nd Office, says that Mr. Sparks hap made a "zealous endeavor to Bave and pro? tect lands for settlers in good faitb," and adds the following : "I desire to heartily acknowledge the value of your servioes in th? improved administration of the Land Department, and to assure ycu of my appre? ciation of the rugged and unyielding integri ty which has characterized your official con duc'." Now though it is deemed highly impaper in many democratic quarters for democrats to criticise the acts of a demo cratic Pre-ldent who, from present appear ancep, i* very likely to be a candidate for re election, still the truth must be spoken, and the truth is that to many gocd and true democrats it dees seem more than passim strange that a djJ??$CfS(ic President Bhould L'ave removed from a moat responsible office a democrat ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 19 November 1887

SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 19. LOCAL NEWS For this section light rains, followed by fair ?,v s bar, light to fresh winds, shiftiug to westerly with increasing force, a slight rise in, followtd by ag temperature and much elder Sunday night. _^_ Church Services, &c, To morrow.? Christ CJiurch.?Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by Rev. H. Suter. v. Paul's CTiurch.?Services at 11 a. m. and 4. p. m. by Rev. Dr. Norton. Grace Church.?Special services at 10 a. m. and services at 11 a. m. and at 7:30 p. m. by Rev. H. T. Sharp. St. Mary's Church.?Mass at 7 and 11 a. m. and sermon, by Rev. Father De Wolfe and Vespers at 4 p. m. Firit Presbyterian Church.?Service at 11 a in. by Rev. J. M. Nourse. St ond Presbyterian Church.?No service. Baptist Church.?Services at 11 a. m. and at 7:30 p m. by Rev. LJM. Mercer. Trinity Meth. Epii. Church.?Services at : a. in."and 7:30 p. m. by Rev. R. F. Bishop. Meth. Epit. Church South.?Services at 1J a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Meth. Prot. Church.?Services at 1...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 19 November 1887

SATURDAY EVENING. NOVEMBEE 19. Stjddsn Death of a Young Lady.?Miss Belle Funkhouser, a young lady of about twenty-two years of age, died at H?gers? town, Md., yesterday evening very sudden? ly and mysteriously. She had been up town during the afternoon, and returning to toe house of her uncle, Mr. Wm. E. Funk houser, she spoke pleasantly to the members of the family as she passed through the lower part of the hous? on her way up stairs. After being there some little time, one of toe family beard groans. Mrs. Funk houser at once hurried to the young lady's door, which she found locked. Help was called and the door broken in. Miss Funk houser was discovered lying across her bed in an unconscious condition. She bad all her clothes on with the exception of her skirt. Upon the arrival of a physician ef? forts were make to restore her to conscious? ness, but in a few moments she expired. Miss Funkhouser was apparently in good health when she arrived at her uncle's, and laughingly made rem...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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