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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 27 December 1887

MEDICINAL , Iloar-a-r.cv,. C Cou^b. lnct]: m. and raliovcg conmmpux iktsoi1-' in advanced s:a;r>-s otps the dlieoso. Prico SScta Oau-K ^rfoa. t;?> Genuine Dr. /.-ui/vS ^ ( ',. ? :h .-yn;/> xi tv>M <>:.!>- <j\TA I ichii? tcrappers, and bean o irW ' rrpirtensi TradoOtarlu io wit: M _; .ft BuW* {fold fa h CVrci<,aJ?rd- H Q?!il3?****J-..- ? t: ,!,-}*3l .tur.-....f IV, i "^j....-,,^* .f .i. ('. .V.-W.T .1- Co.. So! : ? I Prop'?, Baltimore, 31tL, U.B.A. P , n Laase'* Piuse?The great Tobacco An iMoic:-rri ??? lOCts.?Sola by an Druggists. DR. VON SENDEN'S Fennel Hone fEXTRACTt The Great German Family Keinrdr For the Rapid Cure of I ticks, 0>lifs. Bronchitis, Sore Throat. Influenza. .. Whooping Cough, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain* and Tightness of the Chest," Dn/ness or Tickling in the Throat, ivc. Absolutely free from substances injurious to health. Small (3 oz.) bottles, 25 cts; l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 27 December 1887

TT ES .>ay EVENING, DEOEMBEB 27. By the death of Mayor Smoot Alesandria has lost one of her best and most public spirited citizens. A native of the city, as boy and man, for fifty-seven year?, be lived here, and if, during that lime, be did aught for which he might have been blamed, his neareBt neighbors never heard tfit. There was no movement intended to benefit Alex? andria to which he was not willing to le?d not only hia moral but his material aid, and though he did not parade bis charity, it i= well attested by .;.s beneficiaries in various parts of tho city. Just passed the prime oi life, with a clear retrospect, a future appar? ent^' without a cloud, bnd with the desire and means to do more good, it seems pecu Jiarly hard that he should have received the inevitable summons-; but it was issued from a somce wbcseauthority no mortal can eco ce3sfuMy resis'. His family have the sym? pathy of the entire community, and also the cor-potation of knowing that be was esteem? ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 27 December 1887

tuesday evening, december 27. LOCAL NEWS. For this section slightly warmer, generally fair weather, followed l>y rain or snow Wednesday, i.-tit to fresh variable winds. a Shocking Accident.?While tho sad news of the death of tho Mayor of the city was being ootntaeuted oa about noon Sun day, and while expressions of sorrow were b< iug beard on all bides, the distressing news m to be circulated that Mr. Charles h House bad been ruu over aud killed by a train on the Alexandria and Fredericks* irg Railway and that part of his remains w .? ai t tint time sticking to the pilot of the motive and tho remainder strewn for a twee of thirty feet on tho track. A i quickly Lurried to the spot where the i t- accident bad occurred to find that i idf account, instead of having been exagger ? I, bait failed to describe tho occurrence i;, its true horror. The accident occurred at a cattle guard a few yards this side of the Poor House lane, on the Alcxaudria and Frtdericksburg Ra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 27 December 1887

TU ES 'AY EVENING DECEMBER 27. FlRKD o? from an ambcsh.?Eef-per M. F. Odell, of the C-p? Henry Lighthouse, against whom charges of offensive partisau ship have been preferred and disproved b; fore the Lighthouse Board recently, reports himself as having been the object of a cow? ardly attempt at ussas-ination Friday night. The keener Btates that while returning alone from Norfolk where he bad been on ?ick leave, acid when between Virgiuia Beech aru ib ?t portion of the coast known as tbe Hol iips, he was tired upon from ambush by tLr?e unknown men, who were evidently awaiting hi-* coming. Owing to the partisan fueling which Oddi thought exit-ted between bim and the parties who preferred tbe t:harge;$, the keeper states that be provided i.itnseif with a pair of revolvers to be readi? er any emergency. Keeper Odell f-tates it c that as soon as he recovered from the surprise incidental to the attack be return? ed tbe fire, and thinks that he inu-t have i i: > oe of bis assai...

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

MEDICINAL. ,ir. Ball's Coash Syrup will cure your ? . .11 oner, l'riee only ^3 Cts. n Iiotlle. DR. VON SENDEN'' Fenhel Honey ^Extract* The Great! Ccruutn Family Remedy For the ?apid Cure of Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Sore Throat. Influenza, Croup, Whooping Cough. Difficulty of Breathing, Pain* and Tightness o f the Chest, Dryness or Tickling in the. Thront <fcc. Absolutely free, from substances injurious to health. Small (3 oz.) bottles. 25 cts ; lurco 18 i /. bottles. 50 ct?. ^3f-For sale bv all druggists."153 seP27 3ru BUILDING MATERIAL, &c. " PERRY, SMOOT & CO; Steam Flopri ng ? Plan i ng Mill Manufacturers of DOOB and WINDOW FRAMES. MOLDINGS, Ac. Dealers in LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS. NAILS, LIME, CALCINED PLASTER aim CEMENT NO. 25 NORTH UNION SSV, ALEXAN DBIA, VIEGIN.. tr-tf-Luu'.bcr doiiverrc in tho city free. ?iSTASLISHSD IS?;.;. J08IAH HJ). SMOOT, dealer IN mi Latte, N '. [LS, LIME,CEMENT.CALCINED PLASTER, Ac.. &C. ?C, uajnrvACTOzs...

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

j VLEXANDETA. WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 23. According to a prominent democratic politician from this State, in Washington yesterday, as stated in the Gazette's Wash? ington correspondence of that date, the adoption of the resolution for the repeal of theioternal revenue system, by the State democratic convention of Virginia at Roan oke lust summer, was the result of a mis tula*, the inteflKon of the convention hav ing been simply to recommend the repeal of the tux on raw tobacco and fruit liquor. It bus long been known that Senator elect Barbour had nothing to do with the prepara? tion of the Roanoke platform.and never saw ir uutil after it was adopted. Why the democratic members of the Virginia legisla? ture dhould have deemed it necessary to joiu their republican colleagues in endors? ing that remarkable piatform, thereby set? ting the President's recent message?one of bin fow manifestations of tru.i blue democ? racy?at open dtliauce, ia what democrats who think twice before the...

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

... WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 28. LOCAL NEWS. For this section much colder, fair weather preceded in the eastern portions by rain, brisk to high northwesterly winds, dimin sbing in force Thursday, with a cold wave. i'ukonrr's Inquest.?As stated in yes? terday's Gazettk a coroner's jury was yes? terday summoned to hold an inquest over the remains of the late G. H. House, wh3 was on Sunday last killed by a train on thj a .v F. Ky, but in the absence of material witnesses the matter was postponed t 11 to day. At 12:30 to-day, at Mr. Wheatley's undertaking establishment, Dr. Powell, the coroner, took the evidence in the case be fore tbe jury, composed of Messrs. Thomas ii ;., (.'has. Glover, A. F. Cox, Jas. McCuen, Win. Simpson and J. It. Jasper. i:,:' first witness was J. E. Henderson, h?o testified that he bad seen Mr. House the morning of the accident and they bad arranged to go out in the* country together ; be was to wait fjr House for hall an hour, but did not see him again. Lat...

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

WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 28. burnkd to Death.?A firo occurred in Salisbury, Md., yesUulay morning at 2 30 o'clock, w?ich resulted in the tola! destruc? tion of a dwelling situated near the depot and in the death of one inau. The bouse belonged to Clayton Messick, who had only built it one year ago. It was occupied by himself and family, und Joseph Daymen aud Harry Lambden, who boarded with Mr. Messick. The boarders were aroused hy the smoke iu their room and mad* efforts iog?! out through the stairway, but were cut cfT by the flames. Daymon ran to the window and jumped out on the porch anil from there to the ground. He called for Lutnbden to follow, but it is eiippo^e? that l.ambden had some money down stairs, and in endeavoring to secure it, was suffocated aud fell a prey to the flames. Lambden *%as a native of Concord, Sussex county, Delaware, and bad only arrived inSalisbuiy the day before the fire, to begin to build a hoi'Sdona vacant lot which lie had pur? ebred a short time...

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

MEDICINAL. >:rcs Coughs, Cold*, Hoarseac h, Croup,.' j I'.rocchitu, Whooping Couch. Incipient Oo J^nr^^ t. l:. i relieve! (??:.-.!. i :. v * /#4?^*sB^ j?r.*T.-i In advanced ?? t V&F' "?"-?'.V^v ' " u;r."1 ! : ?? ? ? < J @KSWbra(''>?iA .v;m;> 1.1 >. :-. j J MMbv ? j*f u':i.v wrapper*, and l?-.rs e:ir j I oHb^BBkJ- '>5 rT->'T"i Tia'io-Ma-k t- ?.: . i -SJwaP^.iWi -< V.-Ul-Hihml in a <:ii\-U.-:!:. '-1 - v'";' ' '?' "--r:''- ?? 1 ? 5 ^SPR^*^/:' '\'e i ' s>- Prop'*, Baltimore, Md., U. 8. A, ; - '?^ i iinniiMiiiim iMuiajssu^gragzar::? , Che? Lntico'fl Pinea?Trie crcat Tobacco A ??? lidoie!?RU iO Ct?.?Sold By all Dnigs?stS. DR. von SENDEN'! Fennel Honey #fiXTRACT% The Gre:st 4.'<Tmii:i E'aatily Reuie<!y F". lb- ? ?pid 'cih of Coughs. Colds Bronchitis, Sore Thront Tn?uema. Croup. Whooping Cough Difficulty of Ilrra'thing. Pains and Tightness of the Ch...

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

THURSDAY EVENINCLjraCEjrIBEB SO. Tbk orbat strike oa the Reading Kail road system having been practically ended, what are the results? Work has been re suuiuu tin cue ranroau a ic?_~, ihn strikers have loU several day's wages, and man., ?>c them, in addition, their places, as the rail? road would not discharge the non-union inen it bad employed during the strike; ai,d the railroad's determination that in auy further curtailment of its force the striker will go first. What profit to the strikers h there in all this ? During the prevailing biting cold weather, do the wive3 and chil dreu of the men who have lost their places ItlOf.h tho "master workman" who ordered the sinke? _______________ 8houli> Air. Limar's nomination for Assj c'ft e JufcUco of the U. S. Supremo Court I f rojoc ed, which, however, isbatdly possible BOate l-toie of comfort would bo derived from the fact that it would be ? notice served upon the Gradyites of the South thai th. ir ap'jlcgii s fj...

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

mnmnm mm THURSDAY EVENING. DECEMBEIi 2!?. LOCAL NEWS. . For this section fair weather, brisk to high northwestor'y which, diminishing in .'orce. colder Friday nnrnin-', followed by slowly rising tem? perature. Death of ax Old and Respected Citi zen?Mr. William H-nry McKnight, one of the oldeBt and mot respected of our citizens, died suddenly at his home, on south St. Asaph street, at an early hour this moro itg iu the eighty-sigoth year of his age. No man iu the community had, or more justly deserved the esteem of his fellows than Mr. McKnighf, whose probity was pro v-rbial and whoso genial disposition, kind? ness of heart and true Christian character made his life an example worthy of emula? tion. He live 1 tu an age but seldom alloted to man iu these latter days, but retained in a remarkable degree, his faculties and to within a few weeks had fa,ilcd but little. Codjhy Court. ?Judge James CSticheslerl presiding?V< m. vs. VV. C. Holmes, charged with unlawfully cutting He...

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

TH?RS' AY EVENING DECEMhEB 2'J. [Written for the Gazette. The Star of Bethlehem. by JVL1VS dienm.t. Of all the stars that shine on high. With merry twinkle from afar, Thou art the brightest on the sky; The Christian's faithful guiding star. Well may thy splo- dor rival all, Thy lastmg glory ever reign ; Did not thy light cslestial fall First on the new-born Nazarene .' Didst tbon not guide the wizards three Through desert -and with holy sheen, And wi'.h unerring certainty To where Christ God the light bad seen ? Then si>oed thee on ! threo centuries And more will havo to pass th:s earth, Refore thy holy light of peace Again shall memorize his birth. Thrice blest the Christians of to-day, To whom the priceless boon came here, fo see thee pass upon tby way. As seldom as thou dost draw near. Should not the skeptic learn of thee The fact that Christ Indeed wa3 born ; And that it was, as now we see, Upon a blight December morn? Chuibtmas. 1S97. ADVICE TO MOTHERS Mus. WSKBLQV'"...

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

"VOL. LXXXVIII ~ ALEXANDRIA, VA., FRIDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 30. 1887. NO. 296. MEDICINAL. >iro on E . U 0011 k!v -??J-. ??''?',V':1-, *\*,!1!";<. il?-:iJ:...-.V.-,5J I ?X?S^v'tf&.S.'.- ? . < ? Cau?on.-Tho ttcnjg I . . * Stotewd Trade-Mark. :.nd ourE ; ''ri>,<:i>.:jrs, Baltimore, Md., U. b. A. ?5 i>r. Ball's < ou:h Syrup wi'l cur:- your roueb ut once, l'rlcc only 3."? (.'?.,. ? boitln. dr. von sewe The Olro:?.! <i?>rnian Family Btcmody For the Kapid C'uro of Coughs, CvhU. Bronchitis, Sore Throat. Influenza, Croup, Whooping Cough, Difficulty of Breathing, Pttin* and Tightness of the Chest, Dryncss or Tickling in the. Thront. d/c. Absolutely tr-c from substances injurious to health. Smsll (3 oz I bottles. 2"> cts ; largo (8 o<.) bjttlcs, 50 ct-. ?SJ-For sale by all drugglsta."Qg$ sep27 3m lil'ILPINC MATERIAL, &e. PERRY,SMOOT&...

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

"ALEXANDRIA. FRI DAY EVENING, DECEMBER 30._ The Oeder of Railroad Conductors is petitioning Congress for a law providing tbat no railroad shall employ conductors who shall not have passed a satisfactory ex? amination before a government examining board, and for tho creation of auch a board. The whole trend of the labor movement in tbia country now seems to be toward a patriarchal government. And yet such a government would be more injurious to the laboring, than to any other class of the coun? try's population, inasmuch as it would eventually destroy all incentive to individ? ual ambition among that class. Ic the case referred to, the very petitioners would proba? bly be the first sufferers, for, as proved by the operation of the civil service law, those only r.a?s satisfactory examinations who are fit to be high school teachers, and of those who do pass, only the favorites of the examiners receive appointments. Let the railroad companies, who are respoD^ib'e for the management of t...

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

FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 3^. LOCAL NEWS. For thia section warmer, fair weather, followed Saturday by threatening weather with snow or rain, light to fresh easterly wiuda increasing in force. Council Caucus ?Last night a caucus of j sixteen members of the City Council was I held to make a nomination for Mayor, but j after being in ses.-ion for about au hour the ' caucus, without making a nomination, ad- i j ounied sine die. The meeting was held \ under the foliowiog call. We, tho undersigned, members of tho Board of a!demen and (ommoii Council, hereby agree to mo<t iu eau us in the committee room, city hall ? building, Thursday. Deeemb; r 29.h, at 7:30 p.m., lor iho purpose of miking a nomination to fill tho . vacancy occasi med by the death of our la'e Mav- | or, the Hou Johu t: Smoot. Heibart Bryant, n p T.i urke, Park Agnew, Edw. S. Leadbeater, VV. H Marbary, John T.Sweeney, j g o. W. Fisher, P. e Corbett, John H. Stride.-, : H.SuoWden. Bobt; e. Gronau, D. W. Whitins. '...

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

FRIDAY EVENING. DECEMPER 30. An English Officer's Marriage to an African.?Mr. Justice Stirling, in the Chancery Divirion ytsterday, Dec. 15, bad bsfore him an extraordinary and romantic marriage caaa, arising cu: of the death of Commander Bethell, who was ?hol by the Boers In 1884 in an engagement in which Sir Charles Warren alao took part. Com? mander Bethell a few months before hia death bad become enamored of a native girl belonging to the Baralong tribe, and he married her accordiug to the ritea of that tribe, the ceremony coosiating of the slaugh? ter of an ox, the head of which was Kent to the mother of the bride, while the fath er was provided with a plough to plough the land. The name cf the bride wua Tee poo, and ten daya after the death of Com? mander B:h*ll she gavo birth to a daughter, who wns subsequently baptized under the name of "T?abetele," meatiing "JMother of ?j<-iL?il." Id support rf these state-men's, Monteioa, an Af.-icaa King, chief ct U>...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 31 December 1887

VO;? LXXXvilL7 ALEXANDRIA VA.. SATURDAY EVENm(Tl)ECEMBESi 3J 1887 ~ . ? 3 ^ffisSsf n a ? .1. c. m ?.t .t- c ... ii ; -vKzv 1 Top's. Baltimore, Md., U.s. a. ?. , -v. Ejanse'e Plnss?The ereat Tobacco A M<otc!?fifce IO t't?.?Sold by all Uruj;b-iitc. DR.VOfi SENDEE'S Fennel Honey * Extracts The Great German Family Remedy Fi" th>- Kapid Cure or Caught. Colds. Bronchitis, Sore Throat Influenza. Croup. Whooping Cough Difficulty of Breathing, Pains and Tightness of the Chett. Drynesa or Tickling in the Throat &c. Absolutely five from sub-ta>-ces mjnrious to health. Small (."5 or ) bottles 25 eta ; 1 *r e 8 <??.) bottles 50 ct?. 3?flr*For sale by ali rtragf:ism.-tK? scp27 3m BUILDING MATERIAL, &c. PERRY.SMOOTH I !Q. SteamFlooring & Planing Mil] Manufacturers of D0OE and WINDOW FBAMFS. HOLDINGS, Str. Dealers in LUMBER 8EIN6LEK, LATHS, KAILS. [.TOE, CALCINED PLASTER ana < EMENT HO. 25 NORTH UN if,:; -7. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 31 December 1887

SATURDAY EVENT no DECEMBER 31. Is his speech at New York lest Thurs? day night, Senator OoimaD, of Maryland, said : "la this connection it may be said that the leader in a popular government should I ave for hin subordinates men not merely c< m pet em to tiii tbeir positions satistactoi: v, but m< n who are partisans. The ques lion is bevoud tbat of rewarding friends who have lotted aod sacrificed, although it goes wiihout saying that those should be pre ftrteil in the a-sigomeut of positions ; but the question is one of party nincerity, and the Uader, if sagacious, will not surround hiin^-eif with others than those who, under his lead, have borne the beat and burden of the contest." In this wise utterrance Mr. Gorman cer? tainly voiced tbe conviction of nine-tenths of the men Who nominated and elected President Cleveland, and, wbat's more, t If re's not a wise man in any parly who doesn't, in bis heart, approve its wie ckrn. _ [*be old year will round up to-ni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 31 December 1887

^fantlisa feit SATUEDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 31. LOCAL NEWS. For this district warmer, rain, fr.ah to brisk southerly winds, shifting to westerly during Sun? day. Church Services, &c, To morrow.? Christ Church.?Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by Rev. H.Suter <Sf. Paul's Church? Services at 11 a. m. by Rev. Dr. Norton and communion. Grace Church.?6:30 a. m., prayer; 10a. m., missionary service; 11 a. m. sermon and communion ; 3:30 p. in., Sunday schodi; ?3:30 p. m , iotercession service ; 7:30 p. m., t vening prayer and sermon. St. Mary's Church.?Mass at G and 11 a. m. and sermons, by Rev. Father O'Kace. Vespers at 4 p. in. First Presbyterian Church.?Service at 11 a. tu. by Rev. J. M. Nourse. Second Presbyterian Church.?Services at 11 a tu. aod 7:30 p. ru. by Rev. Jame3 I. Vance. Baptist Church.?Services at 11 a. ns., and 7.30 p m. Primitive. Baptist Church.?Service at 11 a. m. by Eider Wni. M. Smoot. Trinity Meth. Epis. Church.?Services at 0 a. m. and 7:30 p....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 31 December 1887

SATURDAY evening, december 31. Forkboding of War.?The conviction is apirily solidifying that the already strained relations of the various European powers with one another are fas", becoming unbear? able, and that the irksome ties and barriers must eoon be swept a3ide, with the inevitable cm^quence of bloodshed. The London Standard, discussing tha Situation in an ex ?'irdingly Ferioua strain, concludes thattheir roust be an armed h rugglo on the coniiuent in the near future, or else there must bo on the part of weaker powers an abject submit -i >n to the will of the stroLger. Nothing i" the nature of a middle conr.c, the Standard believes, will suffior, while a continuance o( >he present state of things must n-c?s arily iead to the bankruptcy of the leading Euro ? ean powers, both in bone and sinew and fioancas. Sir A. Paget, British ambassador to Yien na, who baa been in London several duys, paid a visit to the foreign office yesterday afternoon, and spent thr...

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