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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 20 June 1888

MEDICINAL. WEAK NERVES PAXKK'fl Ckcebx (v.srror nd :b.i Nervo Torna which never fails, Containing Oder? ami (.'?oca, thorn wonderful Q?rre stimulanU, it rpcedily euren all nervous diaorftera. aines RHEUMATISM Faint's Cajutv Conrorxrt jwifiea thn Mood. It drives out the lactic arid, which caasefl Ith-*uaiatisru. and restores tho bloo<|. inakinr orpUM to a healthy condition. Itu tlio true ri medy for iihc-umatisia. KIDNEY COMPLAINTS Paxsx's Celebt Compound nnicily rettorvfl tbo liv< r ar.d kidneys to perfect health. This curative power, cvmbinid with its nervo t. rr.afceH it the 1 ?.?fit remedy for all kidney complainta. DYSPEPS?? r.'.rsr.'.; Celp?t roiirorxn Rtrcnsrthons the ptomach. and qmctd the nerves of the (Use*? riv.- organs. This why it cures uvwi tius worse ca?i? of Liyspetstia. CONSTSPATION Paesi*!! Celebt Compoctcd is not a cathftr. tic It is a laxative, giving catvand natural - ctn >:i to tb.' bow-Id. lu.>rular.ty tmrely fob [URES Nervous Prostration, Nervous H...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 20 June 1888

ALEXANDRIA. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 20. ? Mb. Junes, chairman of the national re pub iian committee, in his speech calling the national republican convention to order yesterday, said "the republican party had restored the credit of the country." Mr. Thurston, the temporary chairman of the convention, in bis epeecb, said "the repub? lican i.arty had protected the credit of the na-.iou from repudiation." And ye>, the national republican administration, the Da tioual republican party, and nearly all the men who are now candidates for the nomi? nation of the national republican conven? tion, uRve their deliberate endorsement to General Mahout's plan for destroying the credit and repudiating the debt of Virginia, n Siate of "the country" and whose people from a part of "tbe nation." The cool aseur hih? of republicanism is quite refreshing timing the prevailing warm spell. .m a, Th?rston, the temporary chairman of the Chicago convention, in his speech yesterday, paid the soul of the la...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 20 June 1888

wednesday EVENING. Jl'NE 20. LOCAL MATTERS - section light to fresh easterly winds. warmer, fair weather. 5 r ous Chargr.?Mr. William Pruitt, 2 D?rth of the cioal basin, went to ": Down ham last night and requested ,. --lie a warrant for the arrest of Rev. (j linn, one of tbe priests attached to . Gary's Church in this city, whom he , - with assaultiog bis eleveu-year-old er Rose. 1 be Mayor informed Mr. the charge wa^ o: such a nature that referred further investigation before is ? warrant, as the alleged defendant , position where such an aspersion baraoter would be fatal to his useful e c immunity iu future. Mr. Pruitt unht Mr. Leonard Marbury, Com ived Ii s Attorney, who drew up a war the arrest of Father Q iinn, which - was pr sented to the Mayor for his rhe latter was still loth to order rest of ihe accused, anil said, iuas as there w?s no like'inood that he ' eave tne city, he would postpone ap j pen Iii R hia signature to the paper till this j Qjj 1 lie news of tie alleged a...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 20 June 1888

WEDNESDAY EVENING. JUNE 120. A Living Necklace.?Miss Mollie Dine more, teacher of the public echool.of Sey? mour, Iod., is Buffering from the shock oc? casioned by a recent encounter with a snake. The reptile caused a scare among the pnpite on the playground at recess, and Miss Dins more hastened to the rescue, when the snake turned upon ber, ran up her back and entwined itself around her neck so tightly that but for the timely assistance of a young gentleman who was passi?g and promptly responded to the frightened calls of the lit? tle one* she would have strangled. The snake, when killed, measured over four feet in length. It was a black racer, a variety that is usually considered harmless, and this is the first instance in which one of its kind has been known to attack a:iv person. Sparrows Vanquish a Cat.?Mrs. In hoff, of Carlisle, Pa., has a large cat known as Toby. Many a dog has gone down be? fore him, but Toby has come to grief at lasi. The other day he killed an English spa...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 21 June 1888

MEDICINAL. For The NERVOUS The DEBILITATED The AGED. A NERVE TONIC. Celery find Coca, tho prominent in >.Tr"lientc, arc the best and safest Nerve Tonics. It strengthens and quiets the nervous system, curing Jservoua Weakness-, Hvstoria, Bleep lessnesg, &c. AN ALTERATIVE. Tt drives out tho poisonous humorsoi the blood purifying and enriching it, and so overcoming those diseases resulting from impure or impover? ished blood. A LAXATIVE. Artingmildlybutsurclyontheboweli it cures habitual constipation, and promotesarcirular linbit. Itstrength ens the stomach, and aids digestion. A DIURETIC. In Its composition the ben and most active diureticsof the MatcriaMediea are combinedscientiiically with other effective remedies for diseases of the kidneys. It can be relied on to give quick relief and speedy cure. K : ^ in'd.? of twtimonioifi havo boon rccBivoil ttaa perwnu, who tui\? this renii-tly with mnurlcnble boaudt. bend fur circol&ni. giving fill particulars. Price $1.c0: Eold &...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 21 June 1888

mm ^ ALEXANDRIA. THub-3DAY EVENING. JUNE 21._ The tempokaby chairman of the Chicago convention in bis speech to that body said: "Th j democratic party at the last Presi? dential election robbed us of a victory hon? est.y acd fairly won." Several of the other epeakera at the convention also spoke of the bdc ?89 cf tbe democrats of 1S84 as effected by fraud. And yet, some of the very men referred to were the beneficiaries of the monumental fraud of the nineteenth centu? ry, the ever memorable and disgraceful fraud by which Mr. Hayes was counted in by the deliberate theft of the electoral votes of three Southern States, the proof of which theft was established by irrefragable evidence at the time, and has since been confirmed by some of those who were parties to the crime. The auction that Mr. Cleveland wa9 not legally and fairly elected, provided the man who made it be well informed and reasona? ble, could only have been suggested by a willful and malicious desire to deceive, or else ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 21 June 1888

m _ P HI' IIS DAY EVENING. JUNE til. LOCAL MATTERS p.? ihn sectioa Ug!it t> fresh oaiturly winds, ::i southerly, stationary tempi raturo, fair *<<ather, followed by local rains. i us Allegro Assault Cask ?The case ,.; [he alleged nseault by Rev. H. A. <.>-jinn K se Pruitt, which was stated in the EKTTE yesterday was set for trial tu day, Hj. before Mayor Downham at the jlayor'd Office at 3 o'clock this evening. Geo. A. Mushiiaeh appeared for the daot uud Mr. L. Marbury. represented (he Commonwealth. Justice May presided Mayor Downham. Mr. W. H. I'ruitt, his daughter Rose, and his two other children, a liltle hoy and girl, were ae were also Father (>'iinn, accotn ed by Father ? Kane. A number of spectators were also present, butthe crowd n v- excluded from the room. At 3:30 k the witnesses were sworn and exclud? ed frem the room. Capt. Musbbaeh a-ked, before the case !, to have the testimony taken (i wb in writing, under a statutory right, v. hieb r> uuest was ag...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 21 June 1888

THURSDAY EVENING. JUNE 21. Absent-Minded.?Absent mindedness is I an amusing failing to every one except to the person who is afflicted by it and his in- ! nucent victims. Wo smile at the story of Deacon Forguetta, who drives home after church and leaves his just-married wife be? hind. But Martha thinks it do laughing matter, and tbe good deacon not oniy gets a lato dinner, but has to wait a long time before he ''hears tbe last" of his absem mindedoess, But in the following story the penalty of forgetfulness fell wholly where it should rest. A gentleman drove to Pittsburgh for tbe particular purpose of mailing a very impor? tant letter. He didn't wish to run tbe risk of having it lie for a day in the post-office in the suburban post cilice where be resides. He went to Pittsburgh?about fifteen miles?drove straight to the pout-office, bought six three-cent stamps which he ro membered be was in need of, and returned to bis home with tbe important letter rest? ing securely in his breast ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 22 June 1888

VOL. LXXX1X_ ALEXANDRIA, VA., FRIDAY EVENING. JUNE 22, 1888.= NO. 148. ' MEDICINAL. WEAK NERVES I'a.isT.'s Cet.ebt Compound in a Nerve Toni? which never fails. Containing (Vlery and Coca, Uk*" wonderful nervo ?tiinniantt, it speedily cures all nervoun disorder*. antes ?? RHEUMATISM I ORES Nervous Prostration, Nervous Headache, NearnlRin, Nervous Weakness, Stomach and Liver Diseases, Rheumatism, Dys 'pepsia Patst.'s Cixkrt Cosjrou;m jairifir-s thn Mood. It drives out the lactic and. which r.i..- i iih' uniatiFm. and mtorw thoblood jiiakmir (temr to a healthy condition. It it) the truu remedy for liheumatiHE. KIDNEY COMPLAINTS Paine's Celxbt Cosrrorvr ntriekly restores the liver and Wdnoys to perfect health. Thia curatiV" power, combined with itu r.cnu ton! ? it the best remedy for all kidney complaints. DYSPEPSIA i ?. Brf* Cixebt i losfporxn ptwnsthfcns tlm ptouach. a::d quiets the nerves OS the tUfTus? . . . rgana, 1 hi la why it cures even too wume cadea of l?y?i>cpKia. CONSTIPA...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 22 June 1888

ALEXANDRIA. FRI ")at EVENING. JUNE 22._ Mb. Anderson, a republican member of the U. 8. Home of Representatives from Iowa, say* : "It is this failure to treat us fairly in the matter of the tariff and this constant truckling to corporate power that is weakening the hold of the republican party upon the Bturdy citizens of the North? west. Ic is slowly drifting away from its original rc oaring?, and there are many cf us, in the Northwest especially, who feel that we cannot conscientiously follow it in its pearch for strange gods much further." Wben prominent republicans begin to talk this way it looks very much as if the tide has 6et it for a reduction in the tariff on raw material and the necessaries of life, and that all the money those who have grown rich, and are growing richer, by the protective tariff, may subscribe to obstruct that tide will, not be able to effect their ob? ject._ The republicans are to make their next campaigo on a platform that declares in favor of protection ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 22 June 1888

FBI DAY EVENING JUNE 22. LOCAL MATTERS for tbla section light to fresh westerly winds, cooler, Wr weather. Baptismal Service at Mount Vernon. terday evening there was a pleasant faiuiiy c*therin? at Mount Vernon to wit .... the baptism of tbe infant daughter of \jr Dodge, tbe superintendent. Tbe officl . j < !er?ymen were the Rev. Mr. Register - John's church, Georgetown, and the - A. Wallis, of Pohtck, the old parish h o! Mount Vernon. The ceremony . k place iu tbe old banquotting ball, the ass cations of the past and the l the futrouudings added to the im - em us of the service. By a happy co ; ?- the chili was. named Mary Elea v'ernou, bringing ba;k the memories of n hose names are intimately as-ociattd with the history of the place, Mr.Dodge.bim beiog a lineal descendant of Admiral Verooo. After ihe csremooy dinner was oo the f nth porch, where tbe beauty ? and the blending of the past and gave a delightful close to a day long to be remembered. The A. L I ?Sjme surprise was e...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 22 June 1888

FST AY EVENING, JUNE 22. Methodist Nuns.?Methodist nuns arc to be a novelty in feminie experience. They were created by the Methodist General Con feruuce, after a carefu! consideration of the subject by the Commiitee on Missions The committee reported favorably, atd the con? ference inserted in the discipline of the church a section regulating tbem. They are to be called deaconet-sf-s, aud they will he very similar to the cuns of the Rornen Catholic Church, except that they are not to take the vows of life service or of celibacy. Every annual conference in which tbe>n deacuuriM ?:t) established will have a board of nine members to conbol ibis kind of work. Nothing more definite tb"?ti that v.ua done by the Ronferenco, bat the impression istbat the Methodist nu;.s wii' w*ar di> Mnctive costume.", and live in houses by themselves. They will minister to the poor and the nick, care for orphans, and do u'lu ? work of chanty. They will be required tit eerve a probation of continual ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 23 June 1888

MEDICINAL. For The NERVOUS The DEBILITATED The AGED. A NERVE TONIC. Celery and Coca, tho prominent in? gredients, are the best and safest Nervo Tonics. It strengthens and quiets the nervous system, eurins; Nervous Weakness, Hysteria, Sleep? lessness, &c. AN ALTERATIVE. It drives out the poisonous humors of the Mood purifying and enriching it, aud so overcoming those diseases resulting from impure or Impover? ished blood. A LAXATIVE. Acting miidlybut surely on the bowels it cures habitual constipation, ami promotesaregular habit. Itstrength ens the stomach, and aids digestion. A DIURETIC. In Its composition the nest and most active diuroticsof thoMatcria Mcdica are combined scientifically with otlier effective remedies for diseases of the kidneys. It can be relied on to give quick relief and speedy cure. Ilundrt'dsof tontimoniaUhavptieon r.iceivml fruin rH*r?oaa who liav" used this n-rai-dy witU n-mirkalii" twuulit. Scntl fur circuluu, kivuik f oU particular!). r.-loo SI.00: Bold...

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 June 1888

A LKXANDRIA. SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 23^_ 77ie I'a/Vejr Jlrffinian, the leading repub? lican newspaper in Virginia, says: ? It is evident that the plot concocted by Ma hone, George C. Gorham, Green B. Baum, J. B. Lynch, Small?, of South Carolina, Bryant, of Georgia, and others, to consolidate tho Southern delegations for Sherman, and thus secure hi> nom? ination by States that could not assure him a lin . Ie e t' toral vote, is being attempted to be carried o t. It is what Mahono is fighting and manipu? lating for. With Sherman a3 tho nominee, Ma hone would take charge of tho Southern States in tin c impaign. If Sherman should be then elect? ed Mahone would divide tho empire with him? be the satrap of all the Southern States, gracious |y permitting Sherman to control the Northern and Western States. Mahone means business, and is not engaged in any ordinary fight for any ordi? nary object. His ambition is for power, and once iu bis possesnion he wou'd make even the Presi" dent of t...

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 June 1888

SATUBDAY EVENING. JUNE 23. LOCAL MATTERS I or this srctio;: light to fresh westerly win's jtstioaary temperature, fair weather. Church Services, &c, Tomorrow.? I ?. it Church.? Services at 11 a. rn. ani 5.80 ,,, m l>v Rev. H. Suter. St. Paul'? Church.?Services at 11 a. m. !,> Kev. Dr. Norton. :e Church. -7 a. in., prayer and homily ; a in., morning prayer and .?ermon ; 4:40 ,, ui. intercession service; 8:00 p. m., even luu prayer and sermon. SI Marys Church.?Mass at 7 a. m.; Mass and -ennou at 10 a. m. by Rev. Father Q lion ; Vespers at 7 p. in., sermon by Rev. Father Gilespie, Getrvetown College. ? Presbyterian Church.?Service at 11 g m by K-'v. J M. Nourse. ft 'o ''I Presbyterian Church.?Services at II a. m bv Rev. J. I. Vauce. Children's - pice ai 6 p. tn. Services at Let-Street Chapel at 8 p. m. Church. -Services at 11 a.m. and v I. m. by Rev. I. M. Mercer. v Meth. Epis. Church.?S-rvices tit and 8:00 p. m. by Rev. R. F. Bishop. Epis. Church South.?Service* at 11 h.: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. — 23 June 1888

SAT?B AY EVENING. J"NL: 23. A DcG PlzzLtD bt Dktjpp. -Acattleniai. from ArizjDS, William Wilson by came, fa?? just come down to the city, and brought with him a dog that would have delighted the heart of the author of "Sartor Rese.rtus," for the animal flauste a truly Carlylean con? tempt for the frippetie-: oi civiiizaticn and the useless adornment of ciotbr-s. Mr. Wfl aon sent Nugget, tho deg, to coard wi:h d d^n faocier in n canine boardinghouse, and iht-u went to a ciothing siore and exchat.tr ed his cowboy's rig for new clothes of the tat -???i out. Tbe isexi day be called on Xugco:, but iSueget wou'd have none, of him. The master whistled to tbe dox, petted bitn, and made every effort to rnaUe ? understand that affee ion v.- notchange:!, trven though c'otheshad oeen. The don h oked up at tbe silk hat which had taken;tbe:piaee.of the broad brimmed slouch hat to which he had been accustomed, sniffed at the dudc-lik caue and surveyed the Jight trousers frei neverai points of view...

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 June 1888

MEDIZINAL. WEAK NERVES ainefs I'aive's Ofleut Cosiron vn is a Nervo Tonifl ?which never fails. Containing Celery and Does, those wonderful ncn- Htimuiaj.Ui.it pjn/cdily cures all nervoim disorders. RHEUMATfSM i'Aivr.'s dXETtT Compoukd j.i:nfifs ihn It <lnv<n out the lactic arid, which i snsiJ (Uli nmaHm: and retires the, blood, jnaliinf ?rt-an* tn ? healthy condition. It Is the true remedy for lthenmn.tinm, KIDMEY COMPLAINTS Paixe's CTr.rnv Coxrpnrvr? quickly restore* the ? r ami kldneyi to perfect health. Thia curative, power, combine! with itu nervo t ? ic . a i - it the best remedy for all kidney ciaiplnint-o. DYSPEPSaA Paeve's C] t.riiYroMvorxprtrerurthensthe Bl mach, and quiets the nerves of tla-dwe*? ttve org?na This ia why it cures even the wornccasfrfof i>ys;iejisia. COfcSTHPAT.ON PaCTE'S IYi BET O IM70?XD is not 5 eftthar i I .:?.. laxative, giving < aevand natural action to tbo bowel), l.c^ulanty surely Iol lowu iL; use. 'ORES Nervous Prostration, Nervous Heada...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 25 June 1888

ALEXANDRIA. ' M >nday EVENING. JUNE 20. The national republican convention, after a session of six long and bot daye, has nominated an eminently respectable gentle? man, but probably the weakest one it could possibly have selected. Mr. Harrison is a graudsm of Oeneral William Henry Harri? son, and was recently a member of the U. S. Senate, from Indiana ; but hi? pro? nounced opposition to the anti Chinese meas? ure? will, as the California delegation to the couveatiou said, be likely to ciuse the re publicans the loss of the entire Pacific slope. Mr. Cleveland's luck continues. M?. Ixoalls, now that he is out of the Presidential race, is disposed to Hitter him 6elf upon the fact of btiog well rid of tbe contest, and to have a rather poor opinion of the whole affair. Hetays: "It dcesn't make any dill'ereLCd who is nominated ; the candi? date will cut but a smull figure in the fight; the ieast conspicuous man will be the best somebody : and that among all the men nauitd there is no...

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 June 1888

Atoiitoi fehlte, MONDAY EVENING. JUNE 25. LOCAL MATTERS {.-,,: thii teotiou stationary temperature, light w freih westerly winds, fair weather. Damage Slits.?A sealed verd.c! giving the piaiutill f 10,000 fromuhe Virginia Mid !ao<i U-ulroad Company was opeued in ngton on Saturday in Judge Hagner's t on.'i m the e ise of P. G. Dye aeainst the t-. vipeake and O'alo, Newport News and v ..;-:ppi Valley, the R chmond and Dac s\\ and the Virginia Midland Railway ?.nies. The case had occupied the court lor over a week. Twenty thousand its damages was claimed lor it juries . i by a fail into au ash pit ou the rail . i track. Dye purchased a ticket from gtoa tn Swett Chalybeate Springs, |Dd w?a told that a solid tmiu left at lip. jtj i which wou;d iako bim through without change. H-? took the train, and a short dis? tant r he>oi.d Charlotteeville found that he : have changed <"*rs at that place. He advised by the conductor to walk back. The train was f lopped, and h* started in the ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 25 June 1888

MONDAY EVENING. JUNK 25. Chased by a Wild Max.?A veritable wild man, devoid of covering, is roamiDg about the woods armed near Harvard, Mass. The first intimation that the people bad of the Btrange and unwelcome visitor was on Friday, when a little girl ia going out of town was started by a mau, scaDtily clothed, springing out at her from behind a wall as she was passing through a looely piece of woods. She escaped his clutches, ran for town and told ber story. The village was soon aroused and men, armed with ciubs und otner weapons, started in search of the man, taking lb*: ?irl with them who, when the place was reached where the man sprang out at her, was Hf-nt along nloi.e to see ifshe would receive further attention from him. She did. but when she .-i-reumed her tormeu tor quickly darted bitck through the uud^r bush and disappeared. Ja the meantime the little girl fainted several times. She was taken to a neighbor's and the scouts retur:; ed to town. Church bells were rung and a...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
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