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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 26 June 1888

MED IINAL. For The NERVOUS The DEBILITATED The AGED. ?. NERVE TONIC. Celery and Coca, tho prominent in? gredient.', aro tho best and safest Nerve Tonics. It strengthens and quiets the nervous system, curing Nervous Weakness, Hysteria, Sleep? lessness, Ac. AN ALTERATIVE. Itdrivcsout the poisonous htrmorsol the blood purifying and enriching it, and *o overcoming those diseases resulting froa: impure or impover? ished blood. A LAXATIVE. Act ine m ildly but surely on the bowels it ciir.-.s habitual constipation, and promotcsa regular habit. Itstrength ens the Ktomuch, and aids digestion. A DIURETIC. In Its composition tho best and most activi Huxel - ?! theMatcriaMedica are combined scientifically withother effective remedies for diseases of tho kidneys. It can be relied on to give quick relief and speedy cure. Ilandruds of tostimonials havo b?en received from puTHuus who havo used this remedy with rvmarkablo beaedt. Send fur circulars, nivin? toll particulars. Price S1.00: Held by Dnig...

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 June 1888

ALEXANDRIA. TUESDAY EVENING. JUNE 20. HaBRIS?N AND Morton are the result of all the beat, toil, confusion, f-quabbliog, fighting and expense of tbe Chicago conven? tion. Verily, another case of the mountain being in labor and bringing forth a 11 dict louamius?. There were giants before tie convention?B!aine, Sherman, Allison and Grtsham, but the convention passed them all by to take up Air. Harrison, who cut a Bmall figure in the army, a smaller one in the Senate, whose previous course on both the Chinese and tariff questions is not in ac? cordance with the platform upon which he stands, and who was only nominated for the reasou that he hails from an uncertain Slate. Mr. Morton gained no credit either in the D S. House of Representatives or as Minis ter to Franca. He is, however, a millionaire banker and stock operator in New York; but that fact very naturally is not calcu? lated to make him popular with tbe masses. Senator INGALLS says tbe tariff will not he the chief issue of the ...

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 June 1888

it fs day evrninu june ?0 LOCAL MATTERS thin section ligat to fresh northwesterly A slightly cooler, occasional light local rains, I, ired by t'nir weather. IsLKS ok tick Potomac.?A deed was re ri in Washington Saturday by which ;; J Wushing'on, of Westmorelat d County, , v for Frederick H. Harford, heir ?f ;he las* L td Proprietary of Maryland, conveys to Henry M. Marshall aud fifteen rs, heirs of I'l.oiua-' Lord Culpeper, for 8 nominal coi sideration, all bis interests as euch heirs to tre Potomac tivtr aud the is , U therein. Tbe> iuHrutneut crmains a pre iminary statement to tbe effect tbat u; g Charles I. of England, in ibe eighth r0ar of his re'gn, granted to Ceci'ins Cal vert, Baron of Baltimore, certain territory . ner va, now known as Maryland, and containing the Potomac river. Charles II. 31 [iientlj granted to R lph, Lord Hop d to Thomas Culpeper a tract in irica known as X irtbero Neck, also in Dg the Potomac river. This lattergrant us- cot firmed by King Jnmes II. Th...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 26 June 1888

TUESDAY EVENING. JUNE 26. She Suooku the Bkab Away.?Within the pa?r month or two thefarma throughout the country have been troubled with bearB attacking their sheep. The latest happening of this kind comes from Mt. Zioo, a email place near the ba6eof the mountains. Last Saturday night a bear invaded the barnyard of J. B. Hostrander, and, while he failed to do injury to any of the sbe<*p, he created some consternation among the family. Mrs. Hostrander was the first to hear the bell sus? pended from the neck of the boss sheep of tue flock. The brave woman, thinking do doubt that the wco! needed protecting, arose and prepared for war. She lighted the lan? tern and started out of the house. The beil all the while kept up a jingle. Closer she came to the sheep pen, when she was almost speechless. Bruin was standing there, and as the woman approached, with a huge club as the only weapon, the bear retreated to a brush pile and kept up a continued growliDg nod snapping. Presently Farmer ...

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 June 1888

MBDI INAL. ?me's WEAK NERVES Patxe'b (^rrxcT CosrrorvD ia a Xcrro Tonic which never fails. Containing Celery and Coca. thos.' wonderful notr* stimulants, it ?p%*dily cures all nervous disorder*. RHEUMATISM Nervous Prcstrat.'on Neuralgia, Nervous and Liver Disear. pepsia, tad all affect PAINK'fi Cf.lf.rt CoMrorxri rnrifir-q thfl Hood. It drive* out tlic lactic arid, whirb cauKfl Rb" unao an, r.::d rononv the blood, makititr or?ans to a bealtby condition. It ia the <rUC remedy for Jiheumatism, KIDNEY COMPLAINTS Paixk's celery CoMroryn quickly r*%toir? liver and kidneys to perfect health. This < ??:r::.\ i- wi r. o mbin?l with .u nervo , makes it the beat remedy fcr all kidney complaints. DYSPEPSIA Pat\t.'> Celeey CoxPOCVD Rtrenfrthpnii the !i. aud quiets the nerves of Die dipus? tire i rgaoa. This Is why it cures even the worse eajes of Dyspepsia. CONSTIPATION Paise's Oxlkkx CoMporvD is not a r&thar. ?. c. 11 is a laxative, faivinir easy and natural action t<j tbo bow ...

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 June 1888

WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 27. The tale of a democratic ' walk over" in the approaching presidential election is not only iil-ja<3ged but pnj'-idicial to the successor the party. The dangerous illu? sion may be dispelled at ouce by a careful examination of the following from the New York Sun: "There are, in all, 401 electoral votes, and the winning ticket must get not lees than 201. Mr. Blame was just 19 short in 1SS4, and should General Harrison do as well in the republican States, he will need jagt thut number. Of these, Indiana, Harrison's own State, is counted on to fumisb 15. Cleve? land, with Hendricks running for Vice President, carried it in 1884 by 6,512. but there was theo a Greenback vote of 8.2?? and a prohibition vote of ?.02S. Harrison wil certainly ba stronger in Indiana than Blaine nax four years ago, and the death of Mr. Hendricks has deprived the democracy of that State of its most conspicuous, re? spected, and efficient ieader. At the last S.ato elec.ion in Iudian...

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 June 1888

WEDNESDAY EVENING- JUNE 27. LOCAL MATTERS j this section light to fresh northerly winds, .i easterly, slightly cooler, fair weather, fo lowed ''J light raius. CITY COUNCIL. An adjourned meeting of the City Council wbs beid last night. IN THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN, A quorum did not appear in the chain i till about twenty minutes after eight o'clock. A recommendation from the joint Com tees on Light and Finance that a new bolder be erected at the Gas Works was adopted. A proposition from W. Channing Nevin, of the American Gas Light and H;at Com? pany, for furnishing gas from petroleum, offering to place the apparatus in the works ou trial for sixty days, to be lemovedat the expiration of that time without cost to th? city should the syst-in prove uusatis ry, was received and real. The peti t-r claims that gas can be manufac.ured bia Company 's process at about fifty per cent, less than coal pas. Should the city , i - the Dew system, it would be required to pay ? 13 000 for the outfit. Mr....

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 27 June 1888

WEDNES AY EVENING. JUNE 27. Lincoluiu Items. The regular monthly June conclave of the Farmers' Club cf this section wbb held at the residence of Win. H. Lewis on the even? ing of the 2l3t inst, and, notwithstanding the exee?ive heat and rainy aspzctB, a good number were prefect aod went to business, though lassitude was evident. The critical oommittee, though their ob? servations were wilted by heat, reported quite favorably upon the appearance of the host's crop? and farm appurtenances view* d. The question, "How to make a farm pay best." was considered, and the concurring opinion bitched to was that the cultivation of only so much land as can be thoroughly cared for ie far more productive aod lucra live than striving to cover more space than time and labor can oniy partially tti'ect, nod trusting to Providence for the balance of the desired yield. A member upon whose land sheep sorrel was a tenacious crop, and who had strenuously endeavored to keep it down, but it would not down, ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 28 June 1888

MED I INAL. For The NERVOUS The DEBILITATED The AGED. ft NERVE TONIC. Celery and Coca, th" prominent in? gredients, are the best, and safest Nerve Tonic?. It Mrengthcus anj quiets tho norvnus system, cnilng Nervous Weakness, Hysteria, sleep? lessness, AN ALTERATIVE. It <ir:ves out the poisonous humorsot the b';ood purifying and enriching it, and so overcoming those diseases resulting from impure or Impover? ished blood. A LAXATIVE. Actingmildlybut surely on theboweU it cures habitual constipation, and promote* a regular habit. Itstrength ens the stomach, and aids digestion. A DIURETIC. In its composition the best and most active diureticsof the Materia Medics arecombinedscientificallywithothcr effective remedies for diseases of the kidneys. It can be relied on to give quick relief and speedy cure. Hundreds of tost bnonjalshsva boon roecivo.l Irvm Mnm whohovf) uwxi thin ntnody wita mmArksblir bcoulit. JScnd lor circutr?, Kivin? f uU particulars. Prlco SI.00: Cold by Dnigeli'.t: WE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 28 June 1888

THURSDAY EVENING. JUNE 28. The prbsidkntial campaign oflSSSbe ii>p about to open, it ia important that vo? ter? should understand cleariy what are its is-nes. Both parties baVe nominated men to whom no personal exception can be ta? ken, and whether Cleveland and Thurtnan or Harrison and Morton are elected, the coun? try will suffer no discredit. -'Principle?, not men," therefore, can be considered. The chief, if not the only issue before the people will be the tariff; not simply what shall he the rate of duty upon this or that article, but the principle of texution for the sake of a so-called protection to American labor. Even in the palmiest days of the old whig party, Henry Clay, "che embodi? ment of whig, principles" and the father of the American system," made no such de? mand upon the voters as the republican par? ty now makes. The whig platform of 1S44 advocated simply "a tariff for revenue, with' incidental protection," and there are few democrat? at the present day who wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 28 June 1888

Staute f?wattt THURSDAY EVEN1N I JUNE 28. LOCAL MATTERS Fol thissection light to hesh easterly winds, rjgk on tho coast, veering to southwesterly, ??armer, light raiiiS, followed by fair weather. mm Meeting.?The 221 annual meel i g oi the Society of O.d Students of St. John's Academy, was held iu tbe study hall of that institution on Monday night last, but was alimly attended. ;iule notice having been given of it. Judge Stuart, the j President, being necessarily absent, Col. J Theodore H. Faklin, tbeeeuior vice presi uent in attendance presided, and Mr. James p, Quinn, of tbe clar-8 of 'S3, acted as secre? tary. The committee ou nominations re? ported the following for officers, and they were ULEUiuious'y elected, viz : i'ifi-ident, Hon. Charles E Stuart, 'OS, Al txtindria, Ya Vice Presidents, Norval E. Foard, Maryland ; Theodore H. Ficklin, A. M . \'a ; Martin Win Wigjr, South Carolina; Harper, Mississippi; Htury L. Mat hews, 73, Texas; 11. Calleuder White, ana ; Jordun W. Lambert,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 28 June 1888

THURSDAY EVENING. JUNE 28. A Heartless Mubdbb ?Dr. W. B. Hoyi-?-: jail at Point Pleasant, W. Va.. charged with the brutal murder of Miss Ju iVu HutfkiDS, who died Tuesday from the ef fccta of a pistol shot fired by Hoy. Accord Ing to a sworn statement which the young woman made to the prosecuting attorney just before she died, her murder was of the most cold blooded character. She says Cam ;he doctor came to her home in the morning and asked ber to have a talk with him, which ehe refuned. He returned in the af? ternoon, and again being refund a conver? sation, h&Dded the woman a letter in which he said lie had made up bis mind to kill her. himself, ana b< r mother, the latter be causa she has endeavored to e* '.range tb? girl from the doctors atttu'ions Aftergiv ine her the Je.ter, he asked her if she would talk with him, when *be Haid "no." and th?> doctor placed bis revolver against her breast and fired. Shortly after giviog her story of the matter, the girl died. The do...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 29 June 1888

ME DI INAL. oibound Nervous Prostration, Nervous Headache, Neuralgia, Nervous Weakness, Stomach and Liver Diseases, Rheumatism, Dys? pepsia, and all affections of the Kidneys. WEAK WERVES PAnrE'b Cblebt Comtocxd in a Nervo Tonte which never fails. Contairmur Velar ?nd ?! ? a those wonderful nerve rtimulante, it speedily cnrcF all nervotia th+ordcr*. RHEUMATISM Paint's Celery CoirrorxT> jmnilrn thA blood. It dnv,?i out the lactic arid, wbjc^i cauK"* Khf iimatiRm, and restore* the blood, ruakitiff or^aiiH to a healthy oondn.ua. It is the true remedy for IthuumaUaxu. KIDNEY COMPLAINTS iursa's Cra.niT Coirmnrn qnirily restores the liver and kidney? to jierfeet health. Thia curative i*>wer, combined with its narrt t mica, makes it the, best remedy for ill kidney complaint*:. DYSPEPSIA Taike's Cnrav Coirrouxr Btronpthene tho Btoruach. and iiinetrf the nerrcs of the (hgtyif tiro orpans. Thi* Is why it cures ?Ten the ?n c rse cases of Dyspepsia, CONSTIPATION Pannus CxiZBV CoMrorxD is ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 29 June 1888

? If FSIOA.y EVENING, JUNE 23. X ,w tu \t :::--?::i.ienc? has been received from all part* of tho country in respect of the opinion concerning tbe strength of the Chicago ticket, a fair general estimate of that opinion can be formed. Such an esti m\'", to one with open eyes, is that while the ticket id probably as weak as could have been nominated, there is, from severa? O&uses, whether well or ill founded, euch lukewarmneesand dissatisfaction among the democrats in some of the State?, that it be booves a'l of them to exert their utmost efforts to defeat that ticket, weak asitotber wise would be. Tbe present conspicuous absence of ali evidence of enthusiasm among tho democrats is by no means con iluciv? to a full democratic vote next No? vember, and as one of tho chief promoters of such enthusiasm in former democratic campaigns?'.he hope of reward?has been destroyed, some other more patriotic aud therefore less partisan, more ennobling and therefore less uatural and ltsa effecti...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 29 June 1888

j * Si Ii FRIDAY EVgNINfi JUNE 20 LOCAL MATTERS For tli's section too'cr, north we t. veering to l:ghl to fresh, warmer southwest winds, Jijjhl ":-.in-, followed by fan weather. The TheologicalSeminary.?The clos? ing exarciaes of tba Theological Seminary wer? concluded to da, with the ordination services, conducted by B shop Randolph. Tae ?ptmm was preached by Rev. W. \V. \\' I iaru?. Tt>e ram prevented roanv per :rom this city being present. At the m e ing of the alumni on Wednesday last, 8 brief ootica of witch wa- ui ids in the GA ?jettr, Rev I).-. G. A. Smith, of this city, whi> was m* first graduate of the institution, gui whi has been it (be ministry sixty jeven year?, addressed the meeting, con ilat ing. tbe society upon the successful ... of t'-1 efforts for the welfare of the pern .,. v oilie is were <?!( cted as follows: The ;.; v.De tf A Smith, p--esi leut ; the Rev. Pr Walter W Williams, secretary; Bishop A M Randolph, corresponding secretary; ;: v. Kinloch Nuls...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 29 June 1888

fripay evening. june i9. Harbison of Pocahontas Stock ?It may be interesting to know that ex Senator Benjamin Harrison, of Indiana, has cele? brated Ind'ao blood in his veins. He is oDe of the great array of descendants of the ro mantically celebrated Indian Princess Poca hontae, the line of his descant being as fol? lows: King Powhatan, Sachem of the Iodiai-s of Eastern Virginia, who died iu 1(518, had a daughter :? The celebrated Pocahonta?, born in Vir Rinia. 1595, and died in Eog!ar,d in 1617 Shu married, an bis second wife, April 5, 1614, at JameMoviu. Va., .Khi> Rolfe, then living in Heotico county, V<i , wbd was some time Beer* ary of the Virgiui* Colony, and bad by him a sou :? Lietuenanl Thomas Rolfe, of He'nrio county, Va., who married Jane Rogets (' r Poythbrrj, of Eogiand, und had :? Jane? Rolfs, only daughter, died 1G70>, wi married iu 1C75 as his first wife Colone; Robert Bollinir. of "Kippax," in Virginis, who died iu 170!?, and had : ? Mbjor John Boiling, of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 30 June 1888

MED JINAL. For The NERVOUS The DEBILITATED The AGED. A NERVE TONIC. Celery and Coca, tho prominent in? gredient*, nro the rvst and safest Nerve Tonics. It strengthens and quiets iho nervous system, curing Nervous WeaJrucas. Hysteria, Sleep lcBsness. Ac AN ALTERATIVE. It dri' ea out tho poisonous humors ol thpolood purifying and enriching It, Miid 60 overcoming those diseases rwultinc from impure or impover? ished blood. LAXATIVE. Actin jrmildlybut surely on thcbowels II cures habitual constipation, and promotcsarejrularhabit. It&trength ens the stomach, and aids digestion. DIURETIC. In Its composition the best and most active diureticsof the Matena Medien nre combined scientifically with other effective remedies for diseases of the kidneys. It can be relied on to give quick relief and speedy cure. Hundreds of t ostl ? : haro been recoiTtxl from whoIiato unod thiB rmnedjr with remarkable beueiit. Se>ud for circulars. Kleine fall particulars. I t.. . $1.00: 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. — 30 June 1888

SATURDAY EVENING. JPNE 30. mayor hewitt, in bid letter, read at the democratic ratification meeting in New York last Thursday night, said : "Tin plain isiuc to tho American people cannot bo ob cured by any sophistry, or by any picas for special in crests or favored classes of the people Does any s ire man believe that a country can be enriched by raising the taxes? Is it not plain to tho dullest understanding that if pccduCerSpay more f >r their supplies ibcy mint be indemnified, if ind-?saiSed at all, by a higher price for their products ?' li it there are people who, with this plain fact Maring tbem in the face, say the tax on raw materials must not be removed or re duced. _,_ Notwithstanding Col. IngersoFrs mis? take at Chicago, the republicans still have great faith in the ell'ectiveuess of that bla? tant intide!, and had him asoueof iheir lead it ji speakers at their grand ratification meeting iu New York last night. He. too, it ems, thinks thereis one more possible victory ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 30 June 1888

Ita?a feefit ! 6 _^_ SATl'KDAY EVENING, jo'NE 30 LOCAL MATTERS j I oi this se tion light to f.-ei-h westerly winds, ??.rin- r. fr"'r weather. it Services, &c, To morrow.? i i hurch. -Services at 11 a. m.and com ,n ..! ?! 5:45 p. in. by Rev. H. Suter. v. Paul's Church.?Services at 11 a. m. v R iv. Dr. Norton and communion. 0 >e r:iurch.?l a. m , prayer and homily ; 11a. m., sermon aud communion ; 8:30 p. J rr. catechism; S:00 p. ra., evening prayer ai d sermon. St. Maryfs Church.?Mass at 7 a. m.; Mass -,-rmou Ht 10 a. m by Rev. Father; i! Kt\: e ; Vespers at 7 p. m. Rrsl Presbyterian Churcht?Service at 11 ft m. by R-v. J M. Nourse. Second 1'rr.ibytcri'in Church.?Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. tu. by Rev J. I. Vance. Baptist Church.?Services at 11 a. m. and g n. m. by R'v I. M Mercer. Primitive Baptist Church (north Fairfax I gtreei ?Services at 11 *. m. by Elder W. i M Smoot. Trinity Meth.-Epis. Clturch.?Ssrvices at ; rt in. lind s.oo [). in. by Rev. R. F. Bishop. | Meth.Epis. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 30 June 1888

SATUEHAY EVENING. JUNE 30. ! Communicated. Returning home a few days since, after a residence of two years in the State of South Carolina, I found I was just in time to ac? cept an invitation to attend the closing ex? ercises of the Cleveland High School. I was pleased to be present at this entertainment because, as a teacher in a State whose edu? cational system is so different from Virgin? ia's, I hoped to make observations which would be of service to me in my future work. I was more than ever impressed with the truth of the opinions [ have long held con? cerning private schools. In this respect the educational system of South Carolina differs widely from that of Virginia. In that State you would be struck immediately with the absence of private institutions. There boys have to adopt one of two pernicious courses. Either he must waste several years in going over and over again the meagre course pre soribed by the common free school, or he must enter college long before he is old ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
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