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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 26 November 1887

MEDICINAL. Greatest Cure on Kneta for Pain." Will m re qtlici. .- tfcan .'>??;.? other known rvm i>j??*K ' Kneuinatibui, Neuralgia, ? -"vfcv f"'? '? ? s:;:- Neck, Bruises, ,??*?<& '? ???uti?, Cut?. Lumba g^^StaU-'i. I'!.?: iv. Soros. Frost-litte?, 34*' "?"Ej ?? . :i:i-v, Sore Throat, 55?\ '??)"?????'?? ? Wound*, Headache, '??"?? -SS'j T""::-ac-;ie. Sprains, etc. Price -.#??>-:'',,!-- il SoW I'y a" ?Vi<:>?vV* :-. .vM '? Caution.?Tlio pea -?TflS? u;'-.e .st.'tvtffns O/i bears our r< ?stend Irude?3Urk,aad oar ?: mantra .\. c. Ken & Co., - .:....:.:-:-re.:W..f.S.A. .. !.t;t!*H Coueh Kyrt!;> will cnrr your i uneb u: ouce. I'ricc only 25 Ct*. a bottle. OR.VOS^ SENDEN'S Fennel Honey The Great German Family Remedy For the Sapid On re of hi. Colds. Bronchitis, Sore Thront. Influenza, Cr in, Whooping Cough, Difficulty of Breathing. Tains and Tightness of the Chest, Dryness or Tickli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 26 November 1887

ALEXANDRIA. SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 26. Mb. Cockrille, one of the democratic Senatois from Missouri, as stated in the Washington correspondence of yesterday's Gazette, says, in view of the existing feeling in the North it would be unwiae aud impolitic for the South to demand of the next national democratic convention the nomination of a Southern man for Vice President. The 8alt Lake Herald, a demo? cratic paper, saya: "It is somewhat surprising that the de? mand for a Southern man on the Presiden titil ticket has Bot been made before.and en? forced in the national '.democratic conven? tions. The South supplies nearly all tbe votes that elect the democratic ticket, and tbe lea6t the North could do would be to re? cognize the importance and service of the great nation which makes it possible lor the couutry to enjoy the blessings of a demo oratio national administration." The Philadelphia Press, a republicani pa? per, saya: "Governor Lee, of Virginia, insists that the South should ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 26 November 1887

?ATrjRDA7 EVENING, NOVEMBER 26. LOCAL NEWS. Holiday Advektisixo ? Tho rapid approach 0f the < br'stmas fostiv ities has reminded Alexan j. t'i merchants that they must give notice to masses of tho people that they areprotared for the usual ru3h. The evidence of this will be found in the columns of the Gazette, tho old C3thMV-.cd piper of this section. It is read by isaads every d:iy, both within and without the iti circulation extending generally through oat this part of the State. a word to the wise is j;i:.ieut. _ For this section fair weather, followed by light ., oa oi, .-'ubday. light cast to south winds becom? ing variable, warmer Sunday morning and colder UnuUf night. ^ _ Church Services, &c, Tomorrow.? ? Church.??ervice9 at 11 a. m.aml 7:30 p. ra. bv Kev. H. Suter. - Paul's Church.?Services at 11 a. m. a!1.| l p. ni. bv Kev. Dr. Norton. . .rch.?Services at G:30 and 11 a. and ut 4 and 7:30 p. nr. by Rov. James Grammar, 1) I> 51 Mary's Church....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 26 November 1887

SATURDAY evening, novembee 2g. How the Twelve Apostles Died.?Mat? thew is supposed to have suffered martyr? dom, or was slain with the sword at the City ol Ethiopia, in Egypt. Luke was hanged upon an olive treeio Greece. John was put into a caldron of boi?Dg oil at Kome and escaped death. He after? ward died a natural death at Ephesus, in Asia. James the Great was beheaded at Jerusa? lem. James the Lees was thrown from a pin? nacle or wing of the temple, and then heat eu to death with a fuller's club. Philip was hanged up against a pillar at Hiorapoli?, a city of Phrygia. Bartholomew was flayed alive by the com? mand of a barbarous kiog. Andrew was bound to a cross, whence he pr^nobed UDto the people uotil he expired. 1 homes was run through the body with a tsi ce, at Coromandel, in the East Indies. John wns shot to death with arrows. Simeon Zealot was crucified in Persia. Matthias was first stoned and then be? headed. Barnabas was stoned to death by the Jews at Salania. Paul was be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 28 November 1887

MEDICINAL. < hrw LnnstM* I'Iiisn?T'lt' rreul Tuiineco A "? i ?;:.iti-'?IT* <? ll!('K-S"W I'riifiriilS. DR.VOPJ SI Fenhel Honey #Extract* The Great German Family Remedy For th?? Rapid Cure of Coughs, Colds. Bronchitis, Sore Throat. Influenza, vp, Whooping Cough, Difficulty of Breathing, rains and Tightness of the Chest, Dryncxs or Tickling in thr Throat, &c. Absolutely frt-o from substances injurious to kith. Small (3 oz.) bottles 25 cts : lan:c (8 oz.) Lotties. 50 ct3. ;Z3r'*For sale bv all drugsists.-t?*:. sep27 8m BUILDING MATERIAL, &c. PERRY, SM00T&CO SteamFlobriug&PlaiiingMiU Manufacturers of DOOR i ad WINDOW FRAMFS, MOLDINGS, <sc. Dealers In LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, (TAILS, LIME, CAIX I NED PLASTER und CEMENT. NO. 25 NORTH UNION cT.. ALEXANDRIA, VISGINL! QETLumber delivered in the eltv free. ESTABLISHED 1822. JOSIAH H. D. 8M00T, DSALEB ;.V NAIL FLOO Nos. 1 umber, Shies, Lais, -. LIME,CEMENT.CALCINE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 28 November 1887

-TT-" 'S; ***** % A LEXANDBIA. mon :.\Y EVENING, NOVENIBER 28._ Mr. Morat Halstead's heralded article oo th- uiillifiers of the Constitution, in the Forum for December, which, it was an Dounctd, would demonstrate that bulldozing bad suppressed the Degro vote in the South, consists entirely of some cooked tabulated B-ure?, and the naked statement referred t >. Mr. Halstead utterly ignores Ibe fact t';-t tho Soulbern negroes cow, haviug no .freed men's bureau and loyal leagues to driva ibtin to the polls by the threat of rein hiavecient ia case of democratic majorities, C "tisuit their own individual pleasure and |.:ctit. nb:.ut taking part in elections, and H at ubthey are still made "bot 'by tbeirown m;v,if: hey openly vote thedemocraiic ticket, thousands of them who are not paid to vot6 the republican ticket, or who bave any woik to do or any spon to engage in on electiou day-j, or who are paid by the demo? crats not to vole, stay awuy from the pollf on tl o e da\ 3 To t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 28 November 1887

, S0.*Y KVENING, NOVEMBER LOCAL NEWS. r,r tbis section, for Tuesday, c ?kler, fair . ug weather, light, to fresh north iad becoming variable. . Williams Intbevibwed.?Biily [fttu8. wbo i? n0w 'n ia'' uer;' 8<waitio|s for the murder of officer Arnold, talked ?'?'? a Washington reporter yesterday as to irjrA on which he was held, The ex was apparently as unconcerned as be was only doing a 'nhirly days' I Williams stated most positively that ! . i) : in Alexandria on tho night of | ild murder, although he had been in j v some few days previous to that ; When Arnold was killed be was, ] . |j ig to his own statement, in Balti- | uore.and stopping with Major White, on j :.. .-:r:"t. "That," ho said, "I can | ; thrre will he no doubt about tbat." I iki ? D t ctiveHorne who testified caSa?'1 saked tbe reporter.] y ,i ? I tJiV replied Williams, "and, if! rQab b-vewhatl say, he'll lie quick as a j ji;, jj I know the Washington detectives j i Ii ick, and there is not one hornet man i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 28 November 1887

MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 28. Minister Taylor Resigns.?Mr. Charles H. J. Taylor, minister of the United States to Liberia, has tendered his resignation, to take effect in January next. One reason for his resignation, he said, was the danger? ously unhealthy climate. He had also been disappointed in the character of the civi? lized negroes, Bent over there. He said: "In? stead of the majority of the civilized ne? groes being honest, sober, industrious and seif reliant. I found a condition of things that diplomatic reserve will not allow me to etate. The native Africans are superior in every wav to the civilized negroes 9ent there, and are susceptible of the very high? est civilization. The oauntry," he further said, "is a very rich one, abounding in grains, timber and minerals, but the condi? tion of things is such that no wide-awake man would care to live there longer than two weeks." Emperor William's Sorrow.?Emperor William yesterday received the president and vice president of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 29 November 1887

MEDICINAL. I'uin." WU! ry other known rent imatwm, Neuralgia, .Siiif .Neck. Bruise,.. Ids, Lumba y. Sorea, Krort-bite.i, Dolanr, Sorw Throat, - A ounds, Headocbo, Uacno, sprains, etc. Prico lc Sold by all .?Tho pen Inars oar ? k. and our ttaiataie. a. C. Meyer ? Co., Sole 3, liiUiinore, Md., I". S. a. . ^Sr.'-^Snr? Sold ^???^i?i**'?*1'-'---^ ? Cauttoa-Tl -"rL";- ?':.'<*? Salvation oil bca *-o; rc^ixtored Tnde^Urk, a ?. ?Hirn cb Bl once Hyrni) will i'riee only 26 <: DR. VON SE Fennel Hone Tho lireat German Z aznil;. Stpmcdy Fot the Kapid Cuin of Cbtds. Bronchitis. Sore Throat. Influenza, Croup. Whooping Couyh. Difficulty of Breathing, Pains and Tightness of the Chest, Dryncf.i or Tickling in the Throat die. Absolutely fr>e from substances injurious to health. Small (3 oz.) bottles 25 ets ; lun-e '8 m.) buttles 50 ct*. .SSr-For sale by all drnggists."ttS?i sep27 3m liriLDING MATERIAL, c:c. PERRY SM?0T&CO. SteamFlooring&PlaningMi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 29 November 1887

TUESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER'-!'. R_ v. Heber Newton says what, tbia re public should moat fear is tbe vot'iDg of ig? norant foreigners. He apparently has no frnr whatever of the voting of ignorant ne groes But the ignorant foreigners are few, while the ignorant negroes are many? sj many that io several of the Southern S:ates i bey constitute a majority of t he population. The reverend gentleman referred to evi deutly believes that color affects ignorance, a; d that whileblack ignorance is innocuous, txr leant in the South, iu a large portion cf which it predominate?, white ignorance is dangerous in Ibe North, whete *o "little of i! exists. Tbe republicau party committed a grievous crime ageinst republican instilu lions when it conferred tho privilege of eutfrage upjn live mil.ion ignorant freed men. __________________ Tue Anarchist paper in Chicago, iu its last Suoday'sissue.referring toe proposed at arcbiat meeting to be held tht-te, and to re ports that incendiary utterances thereat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 29 November 1887

TUESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 29. LOCAL NEWS. For this district fair weather, slowly rising temperature, light northerly winds bccoruii g va? riable AN Exacting Guest.?Last night aB tho temperature began to fall and the air grew piercing cold, an antiquated darkey of the masculine gender (thought to be a stranger hereabouts) commenced revolving in his miud the interesting query, where to spend the night, and after prowling around the , onfiues of Battery Rodgers for some hours tinally took up his abode inachicken house. Tbia proved, however, an uncomfortable place in which to whilo away the frigid ncc niroal hours, and about two o'clock the sa- ; nie tramp emerged from his retreat and wended his way toward some small houses occupied by persons of his own color, where by his cries be succeeded its exciting the commiseration of a feeling dame, of his own race, who invited hin. into the house, made up a tire and put on the kettle. After toasting biJ shins and partaking of the hos? pitality...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 29 November 1887

TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 29. A Mammoth Marine Tbicycle.?The Washington correspondent of the New York World says: ?'While the affairs of the Arrow Steamship Company are being discussed in the papers, attention is naturally drawn to Mr. Robert M. Fryer, the designer of the Pooahcntae, ?wco is especially fertile in nautical inven? tions. Official "drawings at the Patent Office, show a vessel invented by Robert M. Frjer and designated as a "new and useful improvement" in buoyant propeller ships. Exactly what would be its attitude in a b.orm we cannot tell, but in calm water it glides along on gigantic wheels, high and dry. A vessel making a voyage with a dry keel is something never seen in naviga? tion before. Each of the propellers?one under the bow,two undertbe stern?revolve independently of each other, and the ship is steered by regulating their respective speed. Mounted thus above the waves the noble three-decker floats, a craft, that would strike with astonishment any mariner who ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 30 November 1887

MEDICINAL. COUGH ' "wj-^asS** /???? * -'? ' ? .V.-.vr A* Co., Sole 5? licw LnncoV Plues?The ereal Tobacco A i i iote!-fnce lO ctu.-buM by all Druggists. m*von sendents Fennel Honey * Extract* The Great German Family Remedy Fo- tho Rapid Our*- ?>( Ce hs. Colds Bronchitis, fi&re Thront Influenza. Ci up. Whooping Cough Difficulty of Breathing, Paint ana Tightness of tlu Chext, Dryness or Tickling in the Throat iCc. Absolutely fr? from sub t-.'.e is injurious to health Small (3 oz ) bottles 2-5cts; larxo (8 ox) battles 50 et . ***F6r ?ale by ! r.ggis??.*tSf. sep27 3ro BLHLDI *G MATERIAL, Ac. perry; bioot&o SteamFlooriug&Planing Mil] Manufacturers oj DOOKand WINDOW FRAMES. MOLDINGS, \>. Dealers in M .:?:!:. SHINGLES, LATHS, SAILS, LfMI-, i VLCINED PLASTER and CEMENT. so. J5 sot;tu rsios sr. ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA E#-Lumber deliv'm.d in the city frco. ?; ;tablisked l822 josiab llTl). smoot. osalec r? Lite, Suioik Laths, MAILS, LIME, C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 30 November 1887

I l?lr WEDNESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 30. The great fault with the national, as well as with the Southern democracy, ever since the war, has been its lack of pluck. Its policy has, f-ince that time, always been de? fensive, and never aggressive, and defensive warfare rarely succeeds. Though a revo nue tarifl'is a cardinal principle of democra? cy, the Northern democrats Bre afraid to avow themselves as its supporters; though Mr. Tild'n was fairly elected President, the Northern dtmocrata were afraid to demand bis inauguration; and though the South supplies near'y all the votes that elect na tional democratic tickets, the Southern democrats are afraid to demand that the next democratic candidate for Vice Prtsi dent shall be a Southern man. As the national government has a largo pecuniary interest iu the Chesapeake and Ohio canal, and as that canal is a feeder of the national Capita), there is nogocd reason why Congret-a should not make an appro? priation to keep that canal in navigable ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 30 November 1887

t%ltmim ?mik. WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 30. LOCAL NEWS. For tbi? district fair and slightly wanner wditber. light to frosh northeast winds shifting to easterly. ^^^^^ j Perilous Position and the Conse? quences.?A few days since Messrs. "Lieh" Jackson and Geo. Struder, of this city, were engaged in repairing a pump on the farm of >Ir. C. R. HootT, on Seminary Kill. Mr. ! Jackson was dowu tho well and Mr. Struder at the windlass, when a section of the large wooden pump became detached and fell to 1 one side, striking Mr. Jackson on the chest and pressing him tightly against the wall of j the well. It was several minute3 before his perilous po-iticn became known to Mr. j gtruder, and by the time the windlass was uo'ten to work and the section of the pump raised Mr. Jackson was almost exhausted, he being much bruised and his breath being a'most preyed from his body That evtn ji g, when the men returned to this city, be ng much fatigued and e>xcited. they pro? cur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 30 November 1887

WEDNESDAY EVEKING. NOVEMBER 30. Horrors of a Befobmatoby.?To as certain the truth in regard toBtories of cruel and inhuman treatment of female prisoners at the Indiana Reformatory for Women and Girls, Governor Gray a few days ago quietly began an investigation, which he has just finished. When be went to Indianapolis and stated the purpose of bis visit the offi oers of the institution showed a disposition to remain in the room while the inmates were being questioned. The Governor had to ask them to withdraw, which they did very reluctantly. The prisoners talked more freely then and said that the cat 0' nine-tails was frequently used on their bare backs, and some of tbem bore marks of this mode of punishment. A more common form of punishment was to put a refractory in? mate in a cell through the doors of which were two holes a foot apart and three or four feet from the floor. The woman's arms were put through there and hand cuffed together on the outside, eo that she was compelled to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 1 December 1887

LXXXViH alexandria, va? THURSDAY eYeNInITdECEMBER 1,1887 "~ ?'?j?. cn r.xrth tor Pufa." Will liuuvaajr otlkBE known rem i " imntltm, Neuralgin, Kr- hSS? ......??jj^i, Still Ncelc, Uralses, ;v. ._. >W* r. -. ?a!.!.-.. Cut-, |...,n>.v "V^SU-". : :i. v. S. n--. 1-ro?t-bi Us, v:inw.Soi?Throat, ""??.?in*.:-:-. W.nurls, H,?daPhe, ?- ? ???>??.?:'. tv. lT.f! -.">et! a bottle. -Sold by all Idnucgteta l'auti?-L-Tlio pen nine Salvation Oil bears our ri :::bt'-r.-il Traile-Miirk. and onr r*:r?. A. (.'. >;<-yei & Co., Sole ore, 11-., V. b. A. ? r. 'JiiM'h t'ou^li Kyrup ?rill eure your ash at once. Price only S3 Ct?. u bottle. DR. VON SENDEN'! Fennel Hone ,? Extract* The Great German Family Remedy For the (tepid Cure, of Counhs. Collis. Bronchitis, .cor<? Throat. Influenza, Croup. Whooping Cough, Difficulty of Breathing. Paint and Tightness of the Chest, Dryness or Tickling in the Throat ttr. Absolutely free ...

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

THURSOAY EVENING. DECEMBER 1. Representative O'Ferrall, aa stated in the Washington correspondence of the Gazette some days ago, during his last can Vi^ avowed himself iu favor of a strictly revenue tariff upon every stump from which he spoke, and explained the difference be tween that kind of a tariff and ooe that is protective ; and that the former is the more popu'ar when understood, even in manu facturiog districts, was proved by the Let that he carried the precinct in Page county that contains the large Milnes iron works by forty majority, though it Lad previously given one hundred majority for the republi? cans. Mr. O'Ferrall is jn/y? Ji' .Lbe three dfc?racrAtiC repc-sentativea Virn'tnia now has in the lower house of CoDgresa. Possi bly, if his example had been followed by the demoeiaticcandidate3 forCongress in theoth er districts.more than baro two of the remain? ing Line would have been elected. If poor people?the vast majority of the voters of the countiy?have their own in...

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

TIU'ESDAT eysnin 3. DECEMBEB J . LOCAL NEWS. For this section warmer, fair weather, Ught to f.esh van ble winds, generally easterly. .. KEAi'iOINTMENT.?It was state 1 in the GaZSTTE a short time since that Capt. J. V. Davis, formerly superintendent of the Na? tional cemetery, near this city, but who was |ISi spring transferred to the cemetery at kittle Rock, Ark., had resigned lhe latter . ion and wonld make his home in this Last week Capt. Davis returned here and was making arrangements for going in? to business when he learned that there would probably be a change in the superin ency of the cemetery here, ho was ad rj.8fJ by his friends to withdraw bis resig? nation as a superintendent and to apply for j . i position here which he did, and with | j of H.tlueutiai friends to day received : tj e ?ppotntment and atoncere-umed charge j _ o il post. Mr. 0. P. Rodgers, who I ?? u the superintendent of the ceme-j . bere f ?r u short time, has been ordered to proceed to Memphis and take c...

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

THUS1? AY EVENING DECEMBER 1. A Suicide's Confession.?Stophney Bai? ley murdered bis wife about two weeks ago and burned ber body in tbe furnace of a sr w mill near Columbia, S. C. Upon ceiog ar? rested he cut his throat. He died from the eflactsofbis wounds. A few hours before his death Bailey made tbe following coDfes nion to tbe jailer : ''My name is Btephney Bailey. I am about eeventy years old. I have been married three times. I killed my Gret wife with a club. Her name wbh Catherine. I buried ber is tbe garden, and after a while it was found out and tbe peo pie dug her op uod buried ber in the grave yard. Bhe had six children for me. My second wife's name was Mary. I killed her with a brick by bitting her in the head. I will not tell what I did with her body. She had one child for me?a boy. His name is Sabey. I don't know where be is. My rbiid wife's name was Sallie. She was un? faithful tome for a long time. I told tbe man to stop, but be would not, and kept up hi ? intimacy ...

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