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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 20 December 1887

VOL. LXXXVIII ALEXANDRIA VA., TUESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 20. 1887 ~ NO. 283. MEDICINAL. b2?* 4?ickly than any other known ror.. ?? Uhcuimitijm, Beamtete, ? ^'*:' Seek. Bruises, Hm& J-un:*. .^oiildK, Cuti, Lumbar !'Ji-Tiri.;r, Korci. tYost-bit che, uulnsr, Bon Throat, ?a, Ivouadt, Headache, ICUC, Sj.raiu.-., -: ' '^wST^^SSfS. ??**? a little. So ' -?j4^*?.-i~-V ?? ? C';.Utir.n. fi-?iaclie. Sprains, etc i'ric? :-. :i L. i::?-. Suia by all TIio sen (M am our -k. and our ? Bicronare. A. c. Neyet _ r.\ Ilait.tr:-re, MJ., U. A Ur. Ball's <.'ou::h Syren wit! cure your ( i u_h nt ouce. Price ouly On. a boulv. Fennel Honey #Ixtract* The <?r<>:i< Orman Familj I.cnM'ti.v Fot the Rapid Care of Cough?, Colds. Bronchitis, Sore Throat. Influenza, Croup. Whooping Cough, Difficulty of Breathing, /V;i?? ?Uli Tightness of the Chest, Dryncss or Tickling in the Throat, dr. Absolutely free from substances injurious to health. Small (3 07.) ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 20 December 1887

ALEXANDRIA. Tl'ES:)AY EVENING, DECEMBER 20%_ Now that the members of the Virginia legislature have had time to hear from their farmer oonstituentu and learn?what they eh -old have known before?that the latter pref. r that the tax on oleomargarine and w liekey remain, and that that on salt, eu gur. clothing, medicine, and indeed, on a! m:w? everything they have to buy, should be removed, it is in order for them to recon t-Her their recent remarkable action in ro t-pm of federal legislation, and eo modify it as to limit its application 6olely to tho re? moval of the reFlrictions now imposed upon Ibr tobacco grower. On the su*ject of federal revenue no two acii:>ns could be more diverse than that of the national democratic administration and that of the democratic legis'a'ure'of Vir? ginia. And yc-t, ttracge as it may Eeem, tin-re are Virginia democrats who pay they Dgree with both, and, still more wonderful, who question the democracy of these who differ from either. But, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 20 December 1887

ftoiitia feette. TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 2o. LOCAL NEWS Fur this seclion siightly warmer, rain, light to fresh easterly winds, except fresh to brisk od the coast, followed during Wednes? day by brisk to high northwesterly winds, decidedly colder, with a cold wave. Tue Judge's Salary.?a circular letter, signed by members of the bar of this city, Its been scut to the General Assembly ask ieg the passage of the bill, recently intro? duced in the State Senate, to fix the salary of tbe Judge of the Corporation Court at two thousand dollars per annum. The petition? er- say that in their opinion a salary less than $2,000 will not command the If gal abil? ity and experience which the office abso? lutely requires. In reference to the resold tious recently passed by the City Council they say: ? Wo not, however, as we think, underestimate ; he weight of that expression when wo euggesc thht it is entitled to tho same wci.ht as any ex on by the same number of e ,ually respect n '. intelligent ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 20 December 1887

TUE3?AY EVENING. DECEMBER 20. Thk Crown Prince and the Jew Ha? tred.? No opportunity wa^ lost by the crown prince fjr expressing his detestation of the auti-Semet:c nioremeot, which he justly described ho a "'blot on German culture." Euly in 18S0, in a .-knowledging a copy of a work by Pastor Gruber on "Christians and Israelites," his imperial highness expressed "the hope that tbe outbreak of fanatioism may speedily die away, and that all denom 'nations may be animated by a sense of mu? tual tolerance and forbearence." But the it-verest blow dealt at the agitation, and which cast dismav into tbe camp, wns given in December, 1S79, when the emperor and ?rnpress and crowu prince attended a cbari tiible concert, organized by Herr Joachim, in one of the Berlin s>negogues. This gra ? ;. us visit was intended as a direct rebuke in tbe Jew baten?; and to still fulher em p ""-'ZiJ bis abhorrence of their tactics tbe < rown piioce, in response to an address ? r. sentei t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 21 December 1887

MEDICINAL. rBULLS m iirfS Coub!i". OoliK h<?rw'tic.i?. C'n.'ip. Asthma, j -'? crbltiN W'inwiiintf Cuuuli. Iin-ipii'iit 0>n<un>|>- | tion, nmi r?lievea eonnQiupttve I _ penons-in advanced Magi** of I ? Hie dl-n.,.-. PriueStcu. c<7II-I 'ion. Tlx- Ornuiw l>r. JitUV*; Tough Syrup la (old only In ! r?,ffc wrapper*, nin! bear* o"r j rttelitorcd lyadNlarki tu wit. | ? A BulF? UetuX in a < irdc.nUe t-1 DR. VON SENDEN'S Fennel Honey #EXIRACT# The Great German Family Itemedy F<? thf Kapid Cur<- of Coughs, Colds. Bronchitis, Sore Thront. Influenza, Croup, Whooping Cough, Difficulty of Breathing. Paint and Tightness vf the Chest, Drynett or Tickling in the. Throat ?fr. Absolutely fr>o from rabitances injurious to Small (3 oz.) bottles 25 eta ; larno t8 oa.i ttlos ~>d cti. C?~For wile bv all druK^ists.-'iV"'' - p27 3m wilding Material. &c. PERRY, SMOOT &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 21 December 1887

^LEXAISTDRIA. wednesday EVENING. DECEMBER 21. There never was a more patent illustra? tion of the long established fact that "the best laid plans of rr.en and mice aft gang ag'ey," tran that sllbrded in the case cf the bridge across the Potomac at Georgelowo. The sole object of the schemers who buc ceeded in the destruction of the Alexandria Canal Aqueduct was to secure a draw in the bridge referred to, so as to increase the pi ice of riparian property immediately above that bridge. They did destroy the aqueduct, but, to rheir dismay and confusion, tbe bill by which they did it contained no provis? ion fora draw. For a long time they were as those without hope, but as necessity is the mother of invention, before the con? struction of the bridge was fairly under way, they conceived the idea of delaying the work until ao t If ?rt could be made to induce the present Congress to provide for a draw, and in this they succeeded; but their object has boon detected oven by the slow witted Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 21 December 1887

wednesday evening, december 21. LOCAL NEWS. For this section much colder, fair weather, [ ..;. ;j I>riak westerly winds, with n cold wave. Sent to Jail.?Wm. Hunter and Chaa. Harris, the two colored men who were ar rertfd in this city yesterday on the charge of stealing and killing a cow belonging to Mr A. W. Harrison, cf Fairfax county, an mnt of which was published in the Ga ite yesterday, were taken before Justice bn Oatts at West End today for trial. After a preliminary examination tbe two men were committed to jail to await the ac? tion of the grand jury. Nap. Jasper.arrest :: tbe same charge, was released, there j no evidence against him. The que3 . as to who is entitled to the reward for irrest cf the thief has not yet been set At tbe trial to day Mr. Peter Pulman I the reward on the ground that he r the police officers on the track of the tbit f eces of the carcass of the butchered co? were turned over by Mr. Harrison fo Lieut Smith to be sent to tho Alms House. Nt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 21 December 1887

WEDNESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 21. A 'PaSSOVkr Sacrifice."?-As hereto? fore f!t?:?-d in 'he Gazette, a horrible mur? der w?f commuted in Selma, Ala., laet Sun? day morning by William W. Jordan, a faith doctor who has lived there the pa?t twelve months. He had acquired great influence over the negroes, telling them he was sent to redeem the Ilebrewa and claiming to buve supernatural power. He arranged for a Passover supper Sunday night at the house of Mary Moore and Lucy Heard, two >if his colored followeis. Frances Driver, a negro woman, was present. Jordan pro? posed that a sacrifice should be made, and Frances 9aid she would lay her bead on the (able and submit to the sacrifice. Jordan then banded a big cavalry sword to Lucy Heard and told her to cut Frances'bead off, but Lucy said she could not do it. Jordan took the sword himself and struck Frances several times across tbe neck, gashing her fact horribiy, and stabbed her through the i.cd' a number of times, killing her i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 22 December 1887

MEDICINAL. Kir:;i tv,r rain." WIU t 1: nown rein ":itu:n, Neuralgia, BIT Neelc, Bruiics, ? Cuts, Luml>:i , SOT . i- ropt-!ilti'3, um::y, Soru Throat, ..ponds, Headache, ,,. .' :..t S-.'aau'. ? to. JYic" ' ;>^?Ji?^fe-!"i:-tr: : ?. O'stinn.-The ?????? I f.io-rtrolte staattrc. A. C. Meyor d: Co., Solo 50 KT.:. i-..U.u::,ro. MO., V.fc, A. ? iir. Ball'? C?ach Byrtrp will cure your l ouch ut oucc. nice o:ily 25 Cts. a bottle. DR. VON SE Fennel Honey #EXTRACT# The trollt German Family Remedy Foi the Kapid Curt: of Coughs, Colds. Bronchitis, Fore Throat. Influenza. Croup, Whooping Cough, Diflicidty of Breathing, Paint and Tightness of the Chest, Drynett or Tickling in the Throat <?*c. Absolutely fr.e from substances injurious to hralth. Small (3 nr..) bottles. 25 cts : Ist?c (S oz.j b..ttlos. 50 et?. ,:SrFoT sale by all druggists.-^. sep27 3m BUILDING MATERIAL7&c7~ PHRRY^SM??T&Cal SteamPloormg&PIaningMil] Manufacturers of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 22 December 1887

ALEXANDRIA.. TH CltSOAY EVENING, DECEMBER 22. Thr CUSTOM of making Christmas gif;s seems to be extending and in? creasing. It is well that it is so. The gilts need not be expensive to those who can't afford costly one?, for it is nett intiinsic worth that makes the gift va' uab'e. A cheap one,as a token of kind feel? ing, w i'l revive pleasant memories aa long as it i-> preserved. The desert of life, to most p-ople. has few oases, in which springs bub? ble and Ujwers grow, bo that when Christmas btings the traveler within reach of one of them, he should not fail to stop for au instant and pluck a bloom of love or take a draught of affection. Theimminent death of ex Secretary Man? ning is not surprising to those who are at all familiar with the particulars of his case, for VI such have known, from the day he was stricken in the Treasury D-partment, that be then received a stroke from which he would never recover, and which sooner or la'er would end in death. Mr. Manniog wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 22 December 1887

THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER ? LOCAL NEWS For this district fair weather, iigbt io fresh va? riable winds, generally westerly, colder Friday morning, followed l.y slowly rising temperature. K & D. R. R.?The meeting ?? f the stock? holders of the R chmond and Danville rail? road waa held in Richmond yesterday after jioou George S Scott, of New York, was i president al-o the directors chosen ?Terminal Company in New York, the - i:' whom were published in the Ga v? rierday. Tbe annual report of the lent was submitted and referred to a C(tmm itt e consisting of Messrs. Sully, G. T. ., J. H. Inman and J. A. Rntherford, to be printed and distributed. The report, was taken to New York last night, and none of ?ras given cut for publication. Mr. Scott, ewly elected president of tho Richmond aad Danville Railroad, succeeded Col. Bu . , l as president of the road about five veara ago, at tho same time inducing Col. Bu -,! to rcS as his representative in Rich ad, After holding the pos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 22 December 1887

THURSDAY EVENING. DECEMBER ?2. C A Child's Question. Sho r.oS sitti g in tlio twilight, With tier darling on her knee ; AntJ the litt o one wan telling, in her happy childish glee, How she thought, " 'cause it was snowing, That the Christmas-time was near, And of all the lovely pnseuta That 'twould briug to her this year." And the lovii g mother noticed AU hor baby's winning wa>s, As sho talked of joys expected In tho coming holidays. Suddenly the child was silent, And the room was still again ; Well the knew some puzzling question Vexed the baby's busy brain. All at once the wee one's query Seenied to pierce the twilight gray: "Mamma, why do we have Christmas? What, ?> Christmas, any way ?" And tho mother's look was tender And her voice was soft and low, As the ausweied : " 'Tis tho birthday Of the Christ Child, dear. You know The old story?how the shepherds Found the baby where ho lay. In a cave upon the hill side, Besting on a bed of hay; 'And the three wise...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 23 December 1887

^VQL. LXXXVIH ~ ALEXANDRIA, VA,, FRIDAY EVENING T)E(7fiMBERl3' 1887 " . 292." MEDICINAL. 11 i:rcs ?onirli?. Colds; Hoawenew, Croup, Arthma, 1 BronfttW*, Whooptajc Couch, Incipient O .-. m :?? tion.anit relieve* connunptive I ^iitns in adVADGOd Ma,;r-. of > di.-<'a?c. Price -> eta Can j/i'on. The GennlUS Hr. Halt's |ri*.A Syrup u aold only In! ' ite HiiMUUtrA, mill bcnrj o::rj i-t<n .l raade-EarKii to vlt .\ bill's Ib-nl in a virclf.n 1 . st?bet, and tii ' ManaotJohv W. Vruer * (Si ill ; ('hot* Lnnei'V Pines?The irreal Toba? > A i,,ir.i<-:-i*n.H< JOCM.-Solu by s;i hrassliU. DR. VON SENDEE'S Fehhel Honey #EXTRACT# The Groat German Family Remedy Poi th?1 Rapid <'ure <if Cold*. Bronchitis, .Qorc Thront. Influenza, Croup, Whooping Cough. Difficulty of Breathing, Ali im and Tightness of the Client, DryncM or Tickling in the Throat die. Absolutely fr- e from substances injurious to bealth. Sm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 23 December 1887

FRUAY ENNING, DECEMBER 23. "unnecessary taxation "13 unjust taxtl j ion, and the democratic party is pledged to revise the tariff." 80 says the national democratic platform. And yet there are men callicg themselves democrats who went the tax on salt, sugar, fuel, clothing, shelter, medicine and most all Ihe other necessaries of life retained, though there is no nece=~"'.y for the money raised by that tax. The only relief they are willing to afford a pillaged people, is to remove the tax on?what? Oleomarga? rine and whisky !! Mr. BUHNE and President Cleveland will I rohably be the rival candidates for the next, as they were for the present Presiden cy. They are utterly and diametrically or: pi ted to each other on the ioiportant sub jecls of the tariff and the internal revenue. Art the democratic members of the Virginia legislature, on these subject?, are in accord with the former and disagree with the lat? ter, as consistent mon, they will ba is n di? lemma next November, iu case of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 23 December 1887

FE IDA"! EVENING, DECEMBER 23 LOCAL NEWS For:his section slightly warmer, fair weather, ived in southern portion of Virgluia by snow light to fresh variable winds. Help the Poor,?A short lime ago, a \ tU Vbrk paper published an account of a cbild being ruu over and badly hurt by a ng carriage. The little fellow, being ttd up ard regaining consciousness, told ady, the occupant of the carriage that did the mischief, that he lived "just around rner," and the story wcs very graphi j [old of the lady's horror and amaze . at finding "just around the corner 1 of one of tl e city's must fashionable thorough - and within a stone's throw of her own pa a.;al home, such a scene of pitiful need '?: : Bnffi ring. This is not an isolated case. .?Toe poor ye have always with you," ore famiii:!' words and a familiar fact, and [.around the corner" in our own town, i al cur very doors, can this he real By a little goiDg amongst tbedwel . . tbe very poor, and. as tbe tleserving : t d suffer in silence,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 23 December 1887

FRIDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 23. Cowboys and Lightning.?"The aver? age cowb jy." said a cattle dealer last night hi the St. James Hotel, ''dots not bother himself about reiieion. The creeds and isma that worry civilization are a8 a sealed book :o tbe ranger, who is distinctively a fatalist. He believes that when the time comes for him to go over the range nothing can stand death off, and no matter what danger he faces previous to that time no deadly harm can come. The arch destroy? er of the boys is lightning. More cowboys coeet death from this source than from any Other. ' One night when a party of us were driv iog a herd across the Staked Plaius we had hardly made camp when a fierce etcrm, ac? companied by terrific thunder and lightning, settled overhead. The crashes of thuudt-r fairly shook the earth, and liiibtnin? .seemed to dance from the tips of the Cattle's hornr*. You see, when tbe cattle become wet the neatu arising from them form;; u body of su: : heated air that rises upward...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 24 December 1887

"VOL. LXXXV1H ALEXANDRIA, V A. SATURDAY EVENIN^G DECEMBER 24 1887 SO. 293. MEDICINAL. .:r. UuYI'h Coach 8yTUp will core your i ..ajh at once. Price only Ctt. a bottle. OR. VON SENDEN7 Fennel Honey *Extract* The Great German Family Remedy Ft)i th'- Kap;d Core of Coiyh*. Colds. Bronchitis, Sore Throat. Influenza, Croup, Whooping Cough. Difficulty of Breathing, Pains and Tightness of the Chest, Dryness or Tickling in the Throat tie. Absolutely free from Bobstmtces injurious to health. 8mall (3 nz ) bottles 25 cts ; larne 18 oz.) bottles. 50 ct3. .SS?rFor sale by all drugeists.-tt^, sep27 3m BUILDING MATERIAL, &c. PERRY,SMOOT&^ SteamPloorinir&PIauiiiir Mill o o Manufecturor3 of BOOR and WINDOW FEAMF8. MOLDINGS, &c Dealc-s in' LUMBER. SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, CALCINED PLASTER Hnri CEMENT, NO. 25 NORTH UNION -7.. ALEXANDRI A. VIRGIN: A #*r*Lumber delivered in the city free. JrJ.STJLSL.TSJx.'SJD 1822. ' JOSIAH f?). SMOOT. dkai."" is line...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 24 December 1887

AMXANDRIA. SAT db day EVENING, DECEMBER 24. a merry christmas to ail and a happy New Year. Christmas has come again, with all Ha pleasant memories and joyous anticipation*, its happy family reunions, and its festivities mid nitrry makings. Aa there are few of t em even in the longest lives, each one as it comes should be made the mot>t of, and all thepleafure of which it i3 capable be enjoyed to the fullest extent. Surely, after three bundred and sixty four days of laber, care, ansiety aud grief, mortals may be allowed the poor privi'ego of discarding all their trouble* for one short day, aud of abandon? ing themselves for that time to such enjoy meat as their means will afford. Therefore, let Jjy be unconflned to old as well as young, and for the one day at least, let us Lay : "We've done with dumps and grumbling, Wt'vc qui'e abolished signs, And wise meu take to tumbling, And only fools aro wise. Good bye to sober reason, Let none but madcaps lose, The only sage in seas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 24 December 1887

SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 24. LOCAL NEWS For this district slightly wanner, threatening r with rain, light to fresh winds, generally northeasterly. _ Church Services, &c. To morrow.? Church.?Services at 11 a. m. and communion and at 4 p. m. by Rev. H.Suter. St. I'did's Church.?Service3 at 11 a. m. ; v. Dr. Norton and communion. ice Church.?0:30 a. m., prayer; 10a. m missionary service; 11 a. m. sermon Bud communion ; 3:30 p. m., Sunday school; lp qv, intercession service; 7:30 p. m., t v. nine prayer and sermon. St. Mary's Church.?Mass at C and 11 a. ;, Bndsermone, by Rev. Fathers DeWolf a:,d Quinn. Vespers at 4 p. in. / Presbyterian Church.?Service at 11 L. in bj Rev. J. M. Nourse. v i Presbyterian Church.?Services at a in. and 7:30 p. m. by Rav. James I. Vance. /'.... Ut ! 'hiirch.?Services at 11 a. m., and ; ? m. bv Re>v. I. M. Mercer. , tfeth. Epis. Church.?Services at 11 ?. m.and 7:30 p. m. by Rev. R. F. Bishop. ' : . Epis. Church South.?Services at 11 g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 24 December 1887

SAT?BAY EVENING DECEMBER 24. The Night Before Christmas 'Twas the nigbc before Christmas when all though thu hou.e Not acrc?turj was stirring, not even a mouse; The stocking were hung by the chimney with . care. In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there; Tho children wore nestled all sung in tbeir bed-, Whilo visions of sogar-plums danced in tho.r heads; And mamma in her'korchief and I in my cap. Had just settled our brains for a long winter's nap When out on tho lawn there arose such a clatter. I sprang from my bed to see what waa tho matter. Away to the window I tlew like a flash, Tore open the shutters and threw up tho sash. The moon, on the breast of the new-falleu snow, Gave a lustre o! midday to objects below ; W hen, what to my wondering eye should appear, Rut a minia are sidigh, and eight tiny reindeer, With a little old driver to live y and quick, I know in a moment it must be at. Nick. Moro iapid thin eagles hia coursers tbey came. And be whiotled, and shouted, and ca...

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