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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 23 April 1888

MEDICINAL. WEAK NERVES i'Annc'b Cf.lert Compound itsa Nerve Tonio which never fails. Containing Celery and Coca, thow wonderful nervo stimulant*, it Bpeedily cures all nervous disorders. Pair's Crur.T Compocvd purifies tbo blood. It drives out the lactic acid, which cause? ItheuniatiPra. and restore* the blood, makiiur orirans to .1 healthy condition. It is the true remedy for liheumatism. KIDNEY COR3PLASNTS I'aint.'s < r.: rr.TConrporxn quickly restore the liver and kidneys to perfect health. Thin curative power, combined with its nerve tonic?. makes .-. the best remedy for ail kidney complaints. Nervous Prostration, Nervous Headache, Neuralgia, Nervous Weakness, Stomach and Liver Diseases, Rheumatism, Dys? pepsia, aud all affections cf tho Kidneys. Paike's ("; !.e.uTi''oMPors*r>?Ttn(rthenBthe fctoraacl:. r.::d ouietn the nerves of IhertJMW? live organs. 1 bis .< why it cures even the worse caaeM of Dyspepsia. Paisv.'s Cfi.rr.Y Oompootd is notacathar Uc. it Is a laxative, ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 23 April 1888

ALEXANDRIA. .MONDAY EVENING, A PEIL 21. It would aeem aa if General Mahone'a "methods" and "malign influence" have Dot only EUCCeeded in driving away from biru many of bis former white lieutenants in Vir? ginia, but in provoking the opposition of the press of bis party in the North. The New York Tribune and the Washington Republi can have been recommending his deposition from the u udcrship of the party in Virginia for home time past, and now the American of Philadelphia taken up the strain and eay. : "i he chances for 1SSS depend very much on Mr. Mahone's being compelled?aa he cannot be persuaded?to take a back seat. To the average white citizen of Vir giuia he is a nehushtan, and no important support from even tho new Protectionists and 0;J Whigs need be expected while heia the'Bos-.' of the republican organization." To bs called a ncLushtsn is pretty bad, to be sure; but the General can award to stand, it as he has a solid negro phalanx, one hundred thousand strone, behind him in...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 23 April 1888

Martins S3 Ml ..VDAY EVENINQ, APRIL 2b LOCAL MATTERS tion r-li^htly colder, fair weather, led on the ciast by light ra.ns, fresh to brisk n 8rly winds ii in Doubt.?From information re ue red since the reported death of Mr. Geo. Woodward, a native of this city, it seems that it was not this gentleman ffaa killed in the recent railroad acci n Louisiana, but r man named Wood ivbom it is difficult to identify. The iving letter was received at this offico to-dsy: of the Alexandria Oazette, Alex? andria, Fa : Provencal, La., April IS, 1888. i - . Mr. (Lo. W. Woodyard, a tiie .,,<- killed in a train wreck at this ice this a m. We are referred to you for sojae information regarding his relations, unable to fiod where tney are lo Do you know anything about Mr. lyard or hi?relatives? If so. will you ; > dropping ua a fow ii-as in regard a so u-; tu the character he bore in [uujunity, if formerly a citizen there? ?rs on bis person show that bt> was in ? Va , in February, 1S7D, and al-...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 23 April 1888

MONDAY EVENING. A PEIL 23. "Stonewall" and His Men. Ia modern time3 no army ever made bet? ter use of its legs?not in retreat, but in con? tinuous attack?than the "foot cavalry" r. Stonewall Jackson in 1861 and 1862. The following description of the men by whose aid Stonewall Jackson drove three federal armies, under G6ns. Shields, Fremont and Banke?each of them stronger numerically and infinitely belter armed and found thu;. bis own?out cf the Valley of Virginia in 1S61, was written Irom Stonewall Jackson's r.eadquatters by au English eye witness, who was accompanied by Lord, theu L'ol. Wolse ley : "As we advanced the road was thickly crowded by the refluent tide of &tck and fur loughed soldiers. Such gaunt, wan, bony, famished skeletons, many of them shoeless and hatlees, almost all in rags, the flame of life burnt down to the socket, the eyes deep sunken and lustreless, the hair matted and tangled like a wild beast's, it had never been my fortune to encounter before on earth....

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 24 April 1888

MEDICINAL. For The NERVOUS The DEBILITATED The AGED. A NERVE TONIC. Celery and Coca. thr> prominent in? gredients, nre the best and safest Nerve Tonics. It, strengthens and quiets the nervous system, curing Nervous Weakness, Hysteria. Sleep? lessness, &c. AN ALTERATIVE. It drives out the poisonous humors of the blood purifying and enriching it, and so overcoming those diseases resulting from impure or impover? ished blood. A LAXATIVE. Actingmildlybv.t surely onthc bowel* it cures habitual constipation, and promotesaregular habit. It strength? ens the stomach, and aids digestion. DIURETIC. Inits composition the best and most active diureticsof the Materia Medien are combinedscien?flcallyTrith other effective remedies for diseases of the kidneys. It can be relied on to give quick "relief and speedy cure. Hundreds of testimonials have been received from persons who have used thiB remedy with runurlcablo beaeht. Soud for circulars, giriox (all particulars. Price SI.00: Bold by Dr...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 24 April 1888

A-IiBXA-lSTDitLA.. TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 24. It 13 understood that Mr. Oberly, the partisan republican chief of the civil service cointnission under the democratic adminis? tration, will be put at tho head of thelndian schools of the country. All good democrats are as much outraged at this proposition ae at the retention of Mr. Oberly in his pres? ent position. Mr. Oberly and the other re? publican member of the civil service com? mission have just made another partisar ruling, to the effect that when there are twc eligiblo applicants for an office, one a repub? lican and the other a democrat, it is agains the letter aud spirit of the civil service lav fcr a democratic administration to choose thi latter. Mr. Edgerton, the single democrats member of the commission, of course op pests this ruling ; but as two beat one, hi opposition amounts to nothing. Why tb< control of the civil service of the country under a democratic administration.should b retainid in tho hands of partisan ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 24 April 1888

& _? TUESDAY EVENING, april 24 LOCAL MATTERS - section f*ir weather, light to fiesh >rjy winds, vesringt-:? easterly, nearly sta followed Wednesday by rising tempera -: Company Meetings.?Mr. Wheat s hia Resignation.?A. called meet tbe Columbia 8. F. E. Co. was . ; a.t evening, at which the following reaolun >ns, prepared by a committee con i of Messrs. J. H. Stridor, A. T. Ram ! Caaa. Adams, were unanimously s>lLp!ed : - ; ie proposed resignation of Mr. Benoui tent of the Board of Fire Wardeus itidria Fire Department havin* been ? . ..ur notice, and balieving that the : efficiency and usefulness of th'sde i due in a largo measure to his untir ... fl ii ts in it-> behalf: be it rhat in Mr. Eenoui Wheat we recog . . ntleman well qualitiod to hold tho post a Is so acceptably. We most earnestly ,- ie will reconsider his determination :n tho Bjardof Firo Wardens of \ cxiiiidria Firo Department . . ?' That the Secretary, 8. T. Jeukius, bo to forward a copy of the foregoing...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 24 April 1888

TCESr AY EVENING. APBIL 24. The President's Autograph.?Says a Wash? ington ?pcci*i: A lidy went to the WniteHoute recently to obtain tho President's autograph. Handing Mr. Prndon. the executive clerk, a bright, clean sheet of tinted note paper with her monogram upon it, she reuuested that gentlemau to a-k Mr. Cleveland to inscribe his name thereon. Mr. Prudeu, always obliging, wont to the Presi dent's private othce to secure the (avor for the iady. Returning in a few moments ho said: ''The President sends his compliments, and says that if you will bring your autograph album he will he gi*d to write his name in it, but he nover puts Iiis siguatnro upon a blank sheet of paper." The lady was rather t*ken aback, but, thanking Mr. Pruden for his kindness, returned home to brine; her album. Ibe booK being a trifle dingy in ap? pearance, and also quito full of autographs, she determined to pnrchaso a new one and have the President's signature to "start it." Proceeding to a bookstore she bo...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 25 April 1888

MEDICINAL. WEAK NERVES Nervous Prostration, Nervous Headache, Neuralgia, Nervous Weakness, Stomach and Liver Diseases, Rheumatism, Dys pepsin, and all affections of tha Kidneys. PATW.V CFT.e71t COJTPOr ND 13 3 N'.TM TOniC which never fails. <",>:it.ntiinc Celery and Oca. thn<u> wonderfnl nerve stimulant*, it pptfdily cnroH all r.ervonn disorders. RHEUiffiiATIStVS Paist.".^ cnxBT CoMPorsn i>nrifica ihn Mood. It dnv.-j r ut th<- lactic acid, ?hielt ran?. Uli' r.niatiFni. ami retires the blood. mafcm? <>rirar.:: t.ia bealtBV QODdj?on. It is the true remedy for Rhenmatian, KIDNEY COtV3PLA5NTS I'aivf' ? r.i rnT(!ni:rofVTi(iiiicklyrcfltorfN the livt r and kidneys tr, perfect health, Thin curativi power, combined with iu netto tonics; makes it the best remedy for i?U kidney cmplainti1. DYSPEPSIA Taint's Cv.i.r.r.v Coacpono) stremhens tho* htomach. and auieta the nerves 01 tbe (Iik^-h? tivo. onraiiH. j nia :?? why it cures ?vea the womecaaea cf i)ysi>ci>sia. CO...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 25 April 1888

ALEXANDRIA. WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 2.r Mr. John Wise, who, a few years ago, said he received negro politicians, not in his parlor, or even his office, but "iu his kitch. en," having evidently inherited the idea that "eboehin and gizzard foot" belong to an iuferior rac?, at a republican meeting in Richmond last Monday night, addressed the Fame people as "gentlemen," and said that '?in politics he knew no color." But no matter how much respect Mr. Wise may now entertain for the negroes, that it ij nol reciprocated, is proved by the fact that at the bolters' meeting, one of the latter rnude a speech, in which ho said : "John Wise i3 either a fool or a scoundrel, and it is through his treachery we have lont the city three times." Poor Mr. Wisel His desire to ba elected a delegate to the national republican con? vention must be great indeed ; but he might just a* well buck against the tiger as against his ex-"maBter." By tho by. that famous rt mark Mr. Wise once made about the Gen? era...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 25 April 1888

%\?mM* fcdte, tp-? wf.ONESDAY EVENING. APRIL l'.". LOCAL MATTERS dissection warmer, fair weather, light to . utterly winds, increasing in force. CITY COUNCIL. A0 adjourned meeting of the City Council ff?8 held last night. IN THE HOARD OK ALDERMEN a;i the members were present at the ap . ,1 hour?eight o'clock?and after the g of the minutes of the last two meet rejiiilar and called?no business ap-j neatiog, a recess was declared. After bu intermission of about fifteen -me papers which had been acted j , be Ccmmoo Council were received a !?.aid und iheir action concurred it which an order for an election to v:ioa' C>-occasioned by the resignation \ lerman Strauss was read; :.,, i hair stated that some of the candi j for other positions had requested that 11 Aldei men be deferred until sf;er the general ilecliou, as it interfered ? ueifl in i heir contests. Mr. McKenzie could see no good reasou b postponement no*- for the city in g additional expeuse in conducting a . t\ e etion to f...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 25 April 1888

wednesday EVENING APRIL 2c Letter from Fauqnler. iCorre-poudcncc of tho Alexandria Gazette, i Marshall, Apri! 28, 1888.?The col wind and frost an yet have not destroyed the fruit in cur ueigbborhood.' Our farmer > are busy sowing oats and planting coiti : each garden ban its busy toder at work. Housekeepers rejoicu over the abundant supplies of fresh tish and ehcti, which a:u ::ow retailed or exchanged for country pro (luce at every st'-re. I* the luduitry of fur:' isning Bmcks ?' Potomac btrring ebr.utd h ? carried out In A's-xiinr!liifire wit] be here ;? arge d-susand. Ai u-uu' ?? r\ t"" ??'?? s^n brings with i thfl ?joaif.tt * fresh cows. S-tiiirtr.J.ra ar>-i i:roit:;;f ??.':?! U? ih pn.V Weil fbe deto uo.iou of rh?- poultry, i ft paciaiiy ocas und tuiuey.-. by cholera ;?? with u-. very considerable, i Pasteur is needed to arrestl.be plague?due very much Derhapa to fe&dkiif on shattered corn during tut? loi g wiutf i u:o ithe. As u-ual cur Episcopal hre:hrea of Whit tie...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 26 April 1888

MEDICINAL. For The NERVOUS The DEBILITATED The AGED. A NERVE TONIC. Celery and Coca, the prominent ia eiediehts, are the bo.<t and safest Nerve Tonics. It strengthens and quiets the nervous system, curin? Nervous Weakness, Hysteria, Sleep? lessness, ic. AH ALTERATIVE. It drives ont the poisonous humorsoi the blood purifying und enriching it, und so overcoming i!io.*e diseaaea resulting from impure or impover? ished blood. LAXATIVE. Actintjmildlybut surely on thebowe'.* it cures habitual constipation, and proniotesaregular habit. Itstrength ena the stomach, and aids digestion; DIURETIC. In Its composition the best and most active diureticsof the Matcriaik-dku are combined scientifically with other effective remedies for diseases of the kidneys. It cua be relied on to ?iv.; quick relief and speedy eure. Iluadrvila at tos? irounials have- been receive 1 from parsons who Uavo used this renv-ily with remarkable benutlt. Send for circulars, ?Max full particulars. Price 51 00: Bold by D...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 26 April 1888

A LEX AJSTDRXA. THl'?SDAY EVENING, APKIL 20. The wobkingmen of the North are be? ginning to realize the fact that they have been deceived, and that though their ears hive been filled with the cry that protection protects labor, their pockets have been kept empty, and, in many instance1?, even their stomachs. At a large meeting of the labor? ers of Philadelphia Tuesday night, one of the speakers declared that "as our fore fttbers protested in 1770 against taxation without representation, bo we to-night pro? test against u tax which we know is equally as ufjust." Another one, answering his own question, "why is it that the manufac turer wants to control the votea of his work? men?" replied, "becauae you have a system in thia country by which you tax yourselves for Lia benefit.'' Continuing, he said: "They say the tariff is for the benefit of American labor. Yes, so it is : but not for the American laborer. It makes you labor longer and get less. Iu our eaily days the country had the a...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 26 April 1888

Silfsanfltia m% THl-BSDAY EVENING, A PEIL 2?: LOCAL MATTERS .... tion variner, fair weather, light io . generally southerly, increasing in ,,; !?: Piu -i.yteky. -Much of 11 e . jessi hi of yesterday at Farmwei] up with routine business. Tbo ?ports t-how a healthy growth of - .lining the past year, i m k. ?. m , a sermon was * be(j.-. Rev. Win. Dinwiddie, D. D. : . assembly was overturcd 10 : ially an exact copy of all amend |e to the constitution sinca tho the present book in 1879; as . : Intents can now only be got rch li.roueh the minutes for the "mine years. a{ - ion ol organic union came upon idopl ii i aper presented by Rev. D. D After considerable dis? cing "over ure to the gen ? h adopted with but one ^utioi? voice: erj of Chesapeake expresses its , id al the fraternal conference of ,. - ol inquiry of the twoassem results of said conference so bave tieeu made public, and ex hope that the committees will fcaollnued. ; \ ance was elected p. member of . pjoiittee on education. 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. — 26 April 1888

TH?RS 'AY EVENING. APRIL 20. Lamar's Terrielk Rebcke.?During the exciting debate over the army bill in June 1880, Mr. Conkling made a speech of half an hcur'd length with his customary force a?d eloquence, and denounced the democrats for forcing political legislation upon appropriation bills. The particular item he opposed was an amendment to tl e army hill prohibiting the use of military force in keep peace at the polls. Ho charged that the Southern democrats bad been guilty oi violence and murder in ordtr to carry tbe elections. Mr. Lamar aro:-e aud replied : "It ia not ray purpose to induct* iu per? sonalities, but I will Bay to the Senatorfrom New York that if he intended to intimate that I lave done what he accuse-: [he peo? ple of my section of doing, I pronounce his statement a falsehood, and repel! it with all tbe unmitigated contempt I feel for its author." Mr. Conkling, who had alerted toward the cloak room, stopped when he heard tbe-;-? j words', and asked if tbe Senator ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 27 April 1888

VOL. LXXXIXT" ALEXANDRIA. vA? FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, 1888 " NO. 99."" MEDICINAL. WEAK NERVES Nervous Prostration, Nervous Headache. Neuralgia, Nervous Weakness, Stomach and Liver Diseases, Rheumatism, Dys? pepsia, and all affections of the Kidneys. I'aixf.'s Ceixbt Compound ii a Nervo Tonil? which never fails, Containing Olery and Coca. tbOSC wond.-rfut nerve htimuiauU. it speedily cures all nervous di-orders RHEUMATISM PacciPi Csxxn Coirporvn jmrifies thi Mood. It drives out the lactic acid, which hum Rheumatism, end reatoret tiie blood. Tiiakinir organs to a healthy condition. It la the tru'- n mcdy for Ithcumatism. KIDNEY CCRflPLAINTS Paisb's '': LETiT' toitcoiTNDquickly restores the liver and kidu>ys to perfect health. This curative power, combih'-d with its nerv? tonics, makes it the best remedy for all kidney complaints. DYSPEPSIA PaxsPs CrxBirr Covpocxs strcngthc ns tho stomach, and iiuiets the nerves of tiie rtiires* tivo organs. Thin is w hy i: cures even, thu worse c...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 27 April 1888

; i ALEXANDRIA. FRIDAY EVENING. APRIL 27. Everybody now believes that unless Mr.' Cleveland shall decline be will be the demo cratic nominee for the next Presidency. That being so, of course the chief plank in the platform upon which he will stand will be his last message to Congress, in which he wisely advised that body to continue the internal revenue system, but to reduce or remove the tariff on raw materials and the necessaries of life. It cannot be otherwise. He would uot accept a ro-nominalioa unless It were so. Of all the professed admirers of Mr. Cleveland, none are more profuse in ex? pressing their admiration than many of the aelf sty led leaders of theVirginia democracy. Well, ths Virginia democracy will meet in State convention prior to the meeting of tho national democratic convention. They also mu?t have a platform upon which to stand, and, unless they shall want to make them 9elvisa national laughing stock, that plat form must accord with that of the man for whose nom...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 27 April 1888

itoata teerte. KI DAY EVENING, APRIL 27. LOCAL MATTERS ,-?- ihii sectiou -lightly warmer, fa:r weather, frash variable wind3, generally southerly. the Missing StnooNhR Culver.?The : i he schooner Herry S. Culver, which . in ihia city in 1SS3. and which scil Bslt more on March 7 for Portlaud, ia indicated in a letter which was re :: Georgetown a few days ago from tVowley, ex commanding officer of fated vessel He etates that the Qer was last eeeo cfTLong Island sev . ,vetks, ago; and he ?rmly boUevesthat , jgsel, wi'h tier captain and crew of five i ? down in the damaging storms med about i he middle of March. - inal ? Mr. Jacob Bobraus and Mr. .oo J.-icoIh, t wo well known citizsns on pjiacestreet, arc se.-i. usly il'. v.'- ? Ii. Kidwell, of tho purchasing uftbeR & IV R. K., in Wash ,. :, i- been routined to bis house, jj iouch better. .. \ :m. 1.. i'enu. who wen: South for teg] i six months ago, has just re h ma greatly benefited and delight r: ftilb hi-r visit. ! .iiii ax Kki'I...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 27 April 1888

FBI AY evening, APBIL 27. Talmage's Income?Talmage'a income 'arg*-, and be has probably turned hia reputation to larger substantial cain than nny j ublic man of the day. His salary a? pastor of tbe Tul.c-toacle i3 $12,000 per year, while bii lecturing receipts are fully twice ihat amount. As be i* the most popular iciurer in tb? country, hi* services an ? very where sought, acd be can afford to ask high prices. For the exclusive control of hi? sermons, in advance ot the regular pub ncation pa reported upon tbeir delivery, he jicsiv?"i from ? New York litm n yearly : mount nearly as Jgrge m bis ?55ttry_. As t-?::?or cf n popular ojuothly be receives $5.000, while hio marriage few run as high *250 for a single ceremony. His Fiiday eveu inn lectures are a!?o sy ndicated to a large number of paue:>. und for this be get.s a reg? ular stipend. Then he has ? royalty pu his published bookn, and receiver very large sums fur doing odd literary work whenever he has the time. Oilers of this ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
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