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

MEDICINAL. tmam so pimc Couch. In tk>n, and n .?? persona in advanced n tin- dlxecuo. Prlca Sct!?, m?. rum. Iba Ccnulno Dr. Hull's Cotuih Syrup n eold cnlj in icAiM tciwwcr*. nn<l beim otur nv-t-Tiil T.'-i.:- : . i /i BaU'kUead in <? CircicaKnl strip CauUo?-Labet, and thi Bra- ?UnUe signatures of j iAti . <t- ,t.r. u- jtx .e op's, Baltimore, Md., I' " < hr? Lnnsi-'x PlnSM-ThC iidi>ie!-Prica 10Cu.-?olC DR. VON SENDEN') Fennel ^Extract* The Great Ueriuitu Family Remedy For th- Knpid " un- of '" ' ]ht. Colds Bronchitis, Sore Thront Influenza < roup, Whooping Cough Difficulty of Breathing. Pains and Tightness of the Chat. Dryuess or Tickling in the Throat &c. Absolutely fr> o from snb-ta' ces injurious to health. Small (3 oz.) bottles 23 cts ; lane 6 <?".) ttles 50 cts. JSP*For sale by all drujH$ists.'*3& sep27 3m BUILDING MATERIAL~&cT" I> ERR...

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

ALEXANDRIA. friday EVENING, december 2. ACCORDING to the Washington corres? pondent of the Riohmond Dispatch, Repre? sentatives Wise and O'Ferrall, of Virginia, authorize the statement that they differ with Governor Lee of their State, and Sena? tor Blackburn, of Kentucky, in respect of the nomination of a Southern man for the eecond place on the next national demo? cratic ticket, Mr. O'Ferrall saying : "Better wait fifty years than do so injudicious a thicg. So far a? the importance of the office is concerned the South wou'd better have Public Printer thau Vice President." Is the South never to assert her fquality in, the Union of which she forms eo l|J[j'ore' part ? Is she forever to impljr '/denial 0f to demand^S^'^momM of the South, who supply nearly all the effective strength of the national democratic party, to be forever h*w??*? of wood and draw*** 01 water for lheir few Northern affiliator?, and to continue to the end of lime to bring a solid South *? the support of any nati...

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

FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 2. LOCAL NEWS. For this section threatening weather, followed by rain, light to fresh variable winds. CITY 3chool Board.?At hall past seven la-t evening Superintendent Carne adminis? tered the oath of office to Messrs. Towns bend D. Fendall, of the 1st ward ; Henry - rau*3, of the 2J, and Wm. F. Vincent, of the 4th, recently re-elected trustees of pub lie schools by the City Council, and Capt. Herbert Bryant, of the 3rd ward, elected to succeed Mr. Edger Snowden, and the Board was then called to order, all the members being present except Mr. Aitcheson. After the reading of the minutes, the chairmau announced the committees for the year as follows: Finance and Accounts?Messrs. Marbury, rsraussand Leadbeater. Sttih-s and Discipline?Messrs. Smith, (Vne and tb-.> Superinteudon'. Scboolhou io I anil Furuituro?Messrs. Fen I, Vincent, aud the Superintendent. Complaints and Grievauces?Messrs. Sweeney, Iiiyanr and Stuart. Bookj anil Printing?Messrs Mankin...

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

FEI AT EVhNING DECEMriEB 2. A Foolhardy Achisvkment is reported in the Toronto Afat7 It BtatfB that a French Canadian, a few dayB ago, perform? ed the extraordinary feat of walking along the brink of the Chaudiere Falls, from the Hull to the Ottawa side tf the river. A wager of $10 with a friend was the induce? ment to run the risk. The feat was only rendered possible by the phenomenal low tiers <>f iha water in the rtver, and the ad? dition of a new dam to the former series of dams across the river above the falls. Tne man, after putting on a pair of raftsman's boots well corked, with the usual sharp nails in tne sole, started to walk across. He proceeded about ten feet from tbe brink, aud walked steadily until about three quar ter3 of the way across, when the current be came very strong and the water deeper. A single slip might have plunged him into the seething caldron beneath. Stead}ing bim self, he proceeded cautiously, carefully planting one foot on the r...

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

MEDICINAL. ?mm \"Vio Greatest Cure on Earth for Pain." Will ? ' JteQwcWrttaoany .-tlirr fcnowra rem i&j .. ' l:':< ?:pati.fln. Neuralgia. f3 ' iJbi^k l'*?-. ! ??aJ'K Cots. Lambs, t ? ?? 1 ? v. Sons. Vrort-Mtea, ? '.?-?i??7-'v:sjl ? ?'? ? '??'m. '."lin-v.Son-Throat, ? V'.;???i'<S': '? ^'???uu'h Headache, ??./^?TCTt? . !? he. Sprain*, etc. Price '??t^V -iiwSsi?l? :i bottle. Sold ].y all ? ??.??T-V-it'':**':* "'wrists. Caution.?Uw nen. rx Altered Trude-Xarlc. aud our ? ' ? Anile itaiaturs. a. a Meyer <S Ca, Solu , .-. ,..?.:-. rs. Ua/.iiuore, Md., V. 8. A, M Dr. Hull's Coach Hymn will care your ouch nt ouci;. 1'rice only f is. r. bottlr-. DR. VON SEN DEN'S Fennel Honey ?Extract* The Grout Gorman Family Remedy Fm the Kapid Cure of Coughs. Colds. Bronchitis, Sore Throat. Influenza, t'roup. Whooping Cough, Difficulty of Breathing. I'ains and Tightness of the Ch^^^tryt^S ~ or TieUr^ tn the Throat, d>& AVsoiUieiy Jrro from ...

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

SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 3._ Thk fact that some of the colored teach? ers in the colored normal echool at Peters? burg have presented to Gov. Lse chargee against Professor L?ngstem, the colored pritcipal of that school, is not at all sur pri?ing. It is characteristic of the African rues, in this country, that for the perfect ex ecution of their work they not only require supervision,bot don't like the supervision o' their own race. Daring the existence o s'averythty were always more contented under a white than a colored overseer, and it is the same way now that they are free If they must be subeervient, they don't likt to be so to members cf their own race. What would those Southern democrats who oppose the nomination of a Southerr democrat for Vice-President, on tho ground that it 'a too soon to put ?uch a .v.rain upor the closed war wounds of the North, say If [>.- is net improbable, theuational republirar convention should nominate a Hoiitheru re publican for tbat o...

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

Mmnitin feelit >ATn;n^y evening, decemref :: LOCAL NEWS. For this section warmer, threatening weather ?.!', r?in, li^Iu tu fre-b wind-, generally south , ijterly, veering to southwesterly, and increasing iu i"i reo, _ Church Services, &c., To morrow.? Christ Church.?Services at 11 a. m. by Ret H. Sater, and communion, und child? ren's perviops at 4 p. m. St. Paul's Church.?Services at 11 :?. m. by Rev. Dr. Norton, aud communion. Grace Church.?Services at G.GO and 11 a. m. and communion, and at 1 and 7:80 p. m ; evening Bsrvica by Rev. Carl (irammer, St. Mary's Church.?Muss at 7 and 11 a, m, ami sermon, by Rev. Father O'Kauo and Vespers at 4 p. m. Firsf Presbyterian Church.?Service ttt 11 u. in hy Rav. J. M. Nourse. Second Presbyterian Church.?Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by Rev. James I. Vance. Baptist Church.?Sarvice3 at 11 a. ca., and 7 ; i p. ui , continuing the meeting begun tl - week. Sermons by Rev. M. A. Wilson, of 1'ocahontaa. Va. Trinity Mcth. ...

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

SATURDAY EVENING DECEMBER 3. Alive in A Coffin.?A certain uuder taking firm on Main street have been mov? ing their goods from the Walsh building to that of Jacob3. In the rear of the latter building they hud a lot of untrimtned coffin.-; piled up ju*t under a sky-light, the top casket being open. Yesterday one of the boys, for a.joke, crawled in the coffin and was lying there, peacefully reading. Just above the skylight runs the porch ?.?f the lodging house to the rear of the store. In the lodging house is a young lady-who takt-s care of the rooms. About this time she ap? peared on the scene, einging and a3 happy as she could be. The youog man in the ooffin heard her coming, dropped the paper and lay perfectly still. The girl, all uncon? scious of the cruel joke about tobe perpe trated, casually glanced through the sky? light, and her gaze rested on the casket and the apparently dead man within. Her eyes began to grow larger and a peculiar fascination held her to the spot. The youn...

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

OL;, LXXXYIII ALEXANDRIA, V A., MONDAY CTISrLNl^)?cEMBE[r5^8T NO. 2TD.~ MEDICINAL. 1 ???'tun Oowrl?. 0!>K irw. Di - Cr up ??'vCviitu.. Wliw.J'HW t'?ui;!i. lr:rii)k:il' ?rfiTtft? Holland rcllovw con /sS***sEfc. "" ' ? vi,!:,''"L ' ?^li^gC^T . U i . .- :rup i.H Kotd only in ?3 n-JTL-t' n ?: ir.n!i-J:;?'ii.: ti? \..t: Sj .1 ; r,: i- < .'ro.*--.<ty.v'-:5 ! Cas-SST?<.*>S5: ??? ? ? :r. ,..f.. .. [?iv Lnnsc'H INm*?".'In Idotcl?Price lOCls.-S ' rest Tobacco DR. VON SENDEE'S #Extracts The Great German Family* Remedy For thi> K:ij)i(i Cure of iht. Co!<l,-t. Iironchills, Sore Throat. Influenza, roup, Whooping Cough, Difficulty of Breathing, Paint and Tightness of the Chest, Drynest or Tickling in the Throat Sc. Absolutely free from subitanccs injurious to hi ?Ith. Small (3 o/..) bottles 25cts ; luce tS 02.) tl es. 50 cts. asETFor sale by nil druggists."^ sep27 3m ~~ BUILDING MATERIAL, &c. PERRY, SMOOT &...

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

AJ^lilX A-ISTDKI A. MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 5. As, under tbe law, the election of Mr. Riddleberger'e succeeeor will not take place until the 20th inst., the Christmas Rift the le-ginlature will send Mr. Baibourwill be hie credentials as U.S. Senator from Virginia for six years from March, 1889, and no man ever deserved such a gift better than he. No matter how some people holding prominent offices, now that they have been provided for t-olely on such gronnd, may object to the policy cf rewarding party service with offi? cial position, the Virginia democracy en dotse it heartily, and emphasize tbeii endorsement conspicuously in the case o: Mr. Barbour. _ Mr. George, the labor leader, says : "Re publican government is breaking down it the United States, because the conditions oi our people are steadily becoming incompat ible with republican government in any Ibirg more than name." Mr. George is s prodigious crank on the question of individ tial ownership of land, but iu the above re ...

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

v >NDAY EVENING, DECEMBER .". LOCAL NEWS. p07 :>iig di,!ixt (ooler, fair weathor, light to | .-.-.], westerly winds bcccmng variable, with celd iravs _ ?_ Charges Against Drcggists ?Mr. J. I Whittle has written trom this city to tho g.'ate Board of Pharmacy stating tha- a ?Qtnber ofdroggists here have unlicensed c|erks iu their employ, contrary to law, j'n) a.ld-* that but for this state c-f things ?ano fur twenty-five years has been a druggist, but who i? low out of employ? ment, could procure a position. The Slate " , r'eq tires that the proprietors of all drug . Bt shall be registered druggists,and that on leaving their stores, a registered drug? gist must be left in charge to put up pre lptions. This provision of the law, it is \ ?iid, is beiog violated in a number of ir- \ but the druggists who have unli ... : clerks c^uim that during their ab? sence such clerks do not compound pre- ! The presideut of the State j . ol Pharmacy, Mr. T. R Raker, of | : ind, ...

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

MONDAY EVENING DECEMBER 5. A letter from Lancaster county, Va., says: j "A certain widower courted ooe of the Essex county's fair damsels, proposed and was ac- j oepted. He went up after her last week, ; had his children dre?sed up and at the j steamboat wharf to meet them and when! the steamer arrived the would-be groom j was thrre, but no bride. It transpired that when he arrived at the home of bis iu 'enderl, she had but three short hours be? fore been united to an older 'flame' and 60 ne was left disconeolate " Inhuman Punishment of a Ciuld.?Willie Van Hontrie, a colored boy, six years old, hobbled into the Municipal Court of Boston Friday and nid Judge Curtis how John Williams had puu i-hed him for going skating. The child's mother is a domestic in a family at the Back Bay and pa.vs cho boy's board and lodging at Williams'?. The child went out skating and when ho returned Williams took otT his shoes and stockings and stood him on a hot stove until both feet were blistered Willi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 6 December 1887

MEDICINAL. tare on Earth for Pain." Will :>:!%? than .;r.y oti.er known rein xSiisyfc. <"l7! Khonmniiim. NetumhrhL . -- > -T'lin-.-.. StilT .'.-ck. ?ruisc-i, a. .SCj lit! -. Scalds, Cot?, I.uit!h:i-W i-i-vV' ? I'teurhcr,Sores, Frcwt-bitex^n ' -vi*. ? i ???.???.?K-y.son*Throst,w> . " r: : ? ' H?-a?lac.>.tt .; i?f") gM"i-S.<i^ :i" beulet **&U| 'by allftj . <-'-'.'? Caution.?Tho (ten-fa ? r2?SS5S? u!"? SmntUon f>H beam onrKj ; r..ii.-i. reU Trade-Mirk, and oarfl ;', . . slfrnafciro. a. C >!??>?? & to., Baloflj BESS SBaSBBBoQaiBBB ? ir. BtiU'a Couch Syrup will cure your i oueh at onco. Price only "5 Ci*. a bottle. DR. VON SEN DENTS fEMNE^Moiiir *EXTRACT#: The Great German Family Remi'dr Fot th'- ><apid i'ur?< of , Colds Bronchitis, Sore Throat Influenza, Croup. Whooping Cough Difficulty of Breathing, Paint and Tightness of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 6 December 1887

' ^^^^^^^^^ ALEXANDRIA. TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 6. Tue fell test of the decision rendered by the ?. S. Supreme Court yesterday in the Virginia habeas corpus cases has not hem pub?shtS. The ccurt room was crowd? ed while it was being read, its delivery was rather indistinct, and much of it could therefore be heard only imperfectly. But i he impression of some of those who listened to it as attentively as possible, is that while thi court decided that a Virginia officer could not be enjoined by a federal Court frcm briuging suit against a Virginia tax? payer who bad tendered Virginia coupons iu payment of his laxe?, to compel him to pay his taxes in money, for the reason that the court is not presumed to know how euch a suit would result, the question would present an entirely differed aspect if, after judgment, the officer should attempt to col? lect its amount by a levy on the taxpayer'.* property To people uot versed in the law it seems strange that a man shou'd be al? lowed to b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 6 December 1887

TUEoDiY EVENING, DECEMBER C. LOCAL NEWS. For this district warmer, fair weather, light to winds, geuerally northeasterly. KSIGHTS of Pvtbtas.?The two local gesofKnights of Pythias of this cily, 0 :;:al, No. 6, and Mechanics, No. 3, met [tit session at the latter's hall 'ast night 1 ii the purpose of receiving and entertaining ilaj r Gt neral Junes R. Carnahan, of Indi a large number cf Knights were pres ,:. ,md listened to au tdoquent address fiom t- General. He also spoke of the Uniform Kank of tbat order, and urged a formation of a division in ibis city. Addresses were made by Messrs. IVttibone of Ciucin n&ti Thompson, ('only, Huskel and others vVashiogton, and Justus H. Ralhbone. of ity, the founder ot the order. After the sossion closed all were invited to tho fOriental Lodge, where a bountiful c Ution was spread. The room was very ne j decorated with Jlags aud Chi - lanterns, and the tables well Glied. Af lasts bad been drunk, jokes told and :,. - made all left for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 6 December 1887

TUESDAY EVENING DECEMBER o'. Divouck Laws ix Fgvit.?A wife in Egypt may to divorced twice andretarn to her husband, i but il be divcrco her a third time, and with a j triple divorce declared, and smd her away, he | cannot livo with her again until she has been one I month married to anotLer man After the third , divorce the husband must pay the part of the j dower which was set aside for tho wife before marriage, and ho must support her out of his ! house during tho three mouths in which sho may not marry again. If the wife be separated from the man."and not divorced sho receives a weekly allowance from him. A divorced woman may, after divorce, retain her sou, under twoycaisof age, and custom give* the child t>> the mother till it is seven years old ; then tho father must claim the son. When a man forfeits an engagement to ma ry he must pay the woman ba'f her dower, and she is free to marry at once When a wife is disobedient, tho husband may beat her; if sho pe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 7 December 1887

MEDICINAL. COU&H SYB?P j. lard Cough?. Gold*, noar.? ncs?. Croup. Aiitnma, I i BrOncnitl?, V.-fcoopuiff Ccmi.-!>. Incipient Conaiinp.1 _?ond r*_? jwrsims in advanced sta^ iii. Price 2Jct* _. lion. Xbe Genuine /?>;-. null's] Cough Strip ii h<>W only in I trtil? irr>iw?T?, and bears o-;r | registered Irade-Harki to wit: 1 i huWs BttMd in a Cirdr.ajled-; ( hew Lraccfc Plo?-The creatTobacco A ??? 1.1.'?Price ion*.?Sow bj oUDrussijta. DR. VOM SENDEN'S Fennel Honey #Extract% TIip Great German Family Remedy Foi the Kapid ('um of Coughs. Colds. Bronchitis, Sore Throat. Influenza, Croup, Whooping Cough Difficulty uf Breathing Pains ana Tightness of the Chat. Dryncs* or Tickling in the Throat A'c. U'solutely fro from Bubitaaces injurious to ? . th Small (3 nz ) bottles '25 cts : hr*o S ax.) ttlos 50 cts. S39"Fot sale by all drng( ista. S . ii :'S1 3m i'.riLDINi; MA TER I AI,, Nc. PERRY-SM?0T&?O Steam Flooring&a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 7 December 1887

ALEXANDRIA. WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7. Mk Dickinson, who was yesterday nom inated tor Postmaster General, vice Mr. Vila?, appointed Secretary of the Interior, a few years ago wrote a letter, in which he said : ' I have freely made up my mind, the death of Greeley having confirmed me in the determina? tion, that I shall never vote or act with tho dem? ocratic party as an organization again. Tho dem? ocratic party, passively or actively, as its mem? bers may please to say, defeated Groeley, and by defeating him broke any link3 which might have bound tho progressive mou of the old organiza? tion to it " I do not think the rank and tile?the masses of tho party?have eudorsod tho work of the Baltimore convention. Thoy have chosen rather to bicker over tho truths told of thoir icnorauce and corruption of other days by Mr. Oreeley, and to rovongc the tolling of them on their country. " T I have more hopo of the thieves than of tho sto'idly ignorant who sway ?beut the feet of truth, cryi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 7 December 1887

m WEDNESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 7. LOCAL NEWS. For this section warmer, fair weather, liyht to frc9h varisble winds. A Successful Test.?A test of Lbe latut-t improvement in the Westingbouse automa? tic air-brakes was made yesterday at a point on the Washington and Ohio Railroad be? tween Carlio's Springs and Fulls Church. Tbe test was made with a train of fifty freight cars fitted with; the new brakes. A J post having been set by tbe bide of the road ; opposite which the engineer was to apply the brakes, tbe train backed up to the top of the heavy grade and started down to j Bbowj how short a stop could be made with ! fifty car? running twenty miles an hour. ' When the engine was opposite tbe post the j brake wan applied, and tho train was at a I standstill in ten and one-half seconds, with j the engine 159 feet ahead of tho post. Then j the train hacked up again, and camethund- j eriog down the grade at the rate of forty-! two miles an hour, and this tirno it was j it twenty and thre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 7 December 1887

WEDNE3DAY EVENING DECEMRER7. A Crank in the House.?As stated in Monday's Gazette, as the clerk of the Hou-e of Representatives was about to call the roll a man arose in the northwest galle? ry and stauding up in his seat aud, throwing his bands above bis bead, began to siog a doxology in a plaintive voice. Everybody laughed, and for a time it was thought that the siogiog came from persons on the Moor. The vocalist was eoon discovered and tbe clerk called for the Sergeanl-ai-Arms, but before that officer could arrive the crank bad concluded the singing of tbe doxology and returned his seat. For about ten min? utes there was a perfect bedlam of noise and confusion. Tbe man was taken to the captain's room. "Who are you ?" "Patrick Duksd," was the reply. "Why did you do it?" "To praise God. There was no prayer by the chaplain, and euch assemblages should not be opened without praise to tbe Re? deemer. On, I'm used to this sort of treat ment. I have been coming down along the Atlantic co...

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