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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 14 July 1888

ToL. LXXXIXT~ ALEXANDRIA, VA.. SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 14, 1888 ^ No. MEDINAL. it Barod my Child's Ufa. "When my child was born, lbs doctor ordered one of the other Foods. She ate that un? til ehe nearly died. I had thrve doctors, who paid the trouble vis Indigestion, and ordered tho food changed to Lactatod Fund. It saved my caild'd life. aaJ I owe you many thank* for it. I regard your Food as invaluable, and superior to all other artificial food for babies. 3ir.S. A. J. Bkntoeij), Boston, Mae*, lj Indiana Place. FOR INFANTS and INVALIDS THE PHYSICIANS FAVORITE. ' Fwaensss many Important Advantages over all other i n-pared Foods. BABIES CRY FOR IT. INVALIDS RELISH IT. Perfectly Nourishes a Baby with or without the addition of milk. Three Siias. 25c. 30c. 91.00. A valuable r?mj>hlot on ?? Thf >"utritioa of Infants and Invalids," free. It Ha9 Ko Enact!. "We aro using in our nur Bery (containing forty infanta) your Lactatod Food, sad find it far Buperior to all ot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 14 July 1888

SAT?B )AT EVENING. JULY 14. TH2 democrats iu Congress, to u~e ex? pressive slang, "cut cff tco big a chew" when they attempted, with the heavy odds 8gainit them, to reduce the whole tarifl list. They should have profited by tbeir expe? rience with quinine. Attack the enemy in detail?and not along bis whole line. A bill to remove tbe duty on wool, or iron, or ealt, or cca', or on any other single article of general consumption, could probably have been pn-scd without much delay under tbe influence of tbe generally known and ap? preciated fact that the removal of the duty oa qu nine reduced the price of that article from H to $1 an ounce ; but to as=au!t the whole dutiable list at once of course com biced all tbe protected interests and tbeir united opposition has proved too much to be overcome. The benefits of free quinine are experienced in every part of the country and by all classes of people, especially the piorer. Such would be the case with any other necessary of life from whic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 14 July 1888

Stahna feefie. sa I [7BDAT EVENING. JULY 11 LOCAL MATTERS Persona leaving tbe c'ty can havo tho :tte mailed to any address, postsge prepaid, foranylei'gtb of time, at the rate of titty e. -nta prr Sub cribers oide ing the Gazette j :. from one postoflice to another should give ? :, o d as well as new add:ojs. I- r this sectiou warmer, fair weather, norther? ly winds. _ _ Church Services, &c? Tomorrow.? Christ Church.?Services at 11 a. m. and 5:45 p. in by Kev Dr Suter. St. Paul1? Church.?-Service-? nt 11 a. m. by Kt-v Dr Norton. timer Church.?7 a. in , prayer and homilv ; U a. u> , ni!U? prayer and r-ejnv>;> ; 4:40 p a?. iutt re c-i >u services; 8:00 p. ui., even jot praver ami >f i mon. St. Mary's Church.?Mass at 7 a. m.; Mans und sermon L0 a in by Rev. Father jj .vv f; Vespers at 7 j> First Presbyterian Church.?Service at 11 a m.bvK-v J M. Nourae, and communion. Second Presbyterian Church.?Services at 11...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 14 July 1888

SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 14, Seizing a Crown Prince ?An ofik-erat tended by twenty policemen, entered Queezj Natalie'- villa at Wiesbaden yesterday morning and shortly afterwards reappeared with iouog Prince Alexander, the Seryian Crown Prince, and a lady of honor of the Queen's, suite. The two wert- bundled into a close carriage and driven to the railway station, where thePric? was sanded over to the chief of tb>: Servian po ice. M. Protics, who placed him in a train. In a few min utes M. Protirs and his t.-harge \v*reon their way to Belgrade. The journey *--\ be made without a break. When tnv police entered the house they fennd the Prince sobbing in the Queen's arms The officer in command stated his mis-ioti 10 Her Majesty, whi said: *T refuse to part with my: child." The of? ficer replied: "If" you refuse to surrender bim, my instructions ar?- to take him by force.'' PrincttB Mourouse. the Queeo'sais ter. ar d Madame Ghika, who were with the Queen, kuoi: befo: :..:?:? 2m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 16 July 1888

YQT, T.TTOTTX. " ALEXANDRIA VA., MONDAY EVENING JULY 16, 1888 ~~" = NO. I?T. ' MEDINAL. Summer's heat debilitates both nerves and body, and Head ache* Sleeplessness, Nervous Prostration, and an "all played-out" sensation prove* that Paine's Celery Compound ehould be used now. This medicine restores health to Nerves, Kidneys, Liver, and Bowels, and imparts life and energy to the heat prostrated ?ystem. "Vacations or no va? cations, Patne'3 Celery Compound is the medicine for this 6eason. It is a scientific combination of tho best tonics, and those who use it begin the hot summer days with clear heads, Strong nerves, and general good health. Paine's Celest compound is sold by all druggists, $1 a bottle. Sir for $5. WELLS, K1CHAKDSON & CO., Prop's, Burlington Vt. And HotWeatherlnvigorator tfsrron sale;by e. s. leadbeatee & bbo.-s-^ COMMISSION MERCHANTS. T C. MILB?BN, GROCER, TEA DEALER and COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 17 North Royal atreot, near Market spa-.*. Alexa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 16 July 1888

MONDAY EVENING. JULY 1 (j. Judging from what some of the newspa rers say, the Richmond and Danville Rail road, in order to save tbe slight expense o putting a few new pieces of timber in a tres tie bridge, deliberately ran the risk of the late accident on that road, by which it lost the whole of that bridge, a locomotive and train of passenger cars, rendered itself liable to hnmenre damages, and, wor?e than all, injured and killed its own employees, and passengers whD bad entrusted themselves to its care. Ncw,:f this etatement were true, it would prove to every reasonable man that those in charge of the road are oblivious cf their own interests and utterly incapable of managing their nwu business, and should therefore be confided to keepers: for, though others may escape, they must always be the sutlerers by such accidents. But all who know the parlies referred to are a-sured that they are as wide awake to, and as regardful of, their own in tereats, and as anxious to make a ceDt, aD...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 16 July 1888

so MONDAY EVENING, JULY 10 LOCAL MATTERS if Persons leaving the city can have the .: mailed to any address, tostago propaid, for any length of time, at the rate of fifty cents ?'r month. Subscribers ordeing tho Gazette Ranged from one postotlico to another should give ll, " ! as well as new address. v this section WRrraer, fair weather, easterly winds. _m _ Tue Billy Williams Cask.?The tr'al of Billy William3, indicted lor the murder of pj iceman Julian Amol i, in this city, in ilay 18S7, was cooc'uded shortly after 11 o'clock Saturday night by a verdict cf mur rjer in 1 be second degree. As staled in the . , ufler Mr. J M. Johnson had con ; hi' argumoul for theCoinmonwealih and without instructions from th? court, the care was given to the jury about 4:15o'clock. Court th?-n took a recess. Between 7 and 8 o'clock Judge Stuart took his seat on the berici) instructed the sergeant to notify Ihe iry to take their eea"s in the box. - ;:art then told them that be Was home hut if they Bgr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 16 July 1888

MONDAY EVENING, JULY 16. .llauassus. A correspondent of the Atlanta Conetiht tion writes as follows from Manasaa?: "If a feeling of deep sadness wells up in our hearte cow while visiting Manassa?, when so little is to be teen thut tells of terrible war, what must it have been soon after the reality was ended! Until about a year af? ter the war closed skulls ?nd bones were still lying on the ground, looking like a pumpkin field at a lit Lie distance. About that time the government Lad them gath? ered up nnd two monument sauced over them on the battle field. The southern La? dies' Memorial Association bad gatbere i up all they could ol the Confederate dead and buried them in & cemetery near tbe village of Man&ssas. which is live mile?- from the battlefield proper. They have been trying for years to eel n monument for this ceme? tery, and it has been a matter of regret tbat so long a time ha- elapsed without due re? spect being paid to the memory of our be? love...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 17 July 1888

\'0L. LXXXIX, ALEXANDRIA, VA? TUESDAY EVENING JULY 17, 1888. NO. 168. MEDICINAL. A Summer Me Summer's heat debilitates both nerves and body, and Head? ache, Sleeplessness, Nervous Prostration, and an "all played-out" sensation prove that Pace's Celebt Compound should be used now. This medicine restores health to Nerves, Kidneys, Liver, and Bowels, and imparts life and energy to the heat prostrated system. Vacations or no va? cations, P&ine's Celery Compound is the medicine for this season. It is a scientific combination of the best tonics, and those who use it begin the hot summer days with clear heads, Strong nerves, and general good health. Paine's Celekt Compound is sold by all druggists, $1 a bottle. Six for $5. WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Prop's, Burlington Vt. And Hot Weather Invigorator jrir-rOE SALE BY E. S. LEADBEATEB & BliO.'tSSt COMMISSION MERCHANTS. J.' MILB?RN. GROCER, TEA DEALER AND COMMISSION M EE CHANT. No. 37 North Royal stroot, near...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 17 July 1888

A LE X ANDRIA. mm tuesday EVENING, july 17. Thk bloody shirt and the protective tar ifi" are what tho republicans place their chief reliance upon curing the present cam? paign, tho foruisr for effect solely in the North, the latter in the South as well as in the North. With the former the Southern democras have nothing to do?the more of it, the better for them in their own States, With the latter they have a great deal to do, for their enemies are already fljodirg the c'ose S uthern States with high tariff reading matter, aud havo their local agents busily at work amorg them filling the ears of the voters, who haven't the time or incli nation to inform themselves correctly cn the subject, with the grossest misstatements of facts and the wildest assertions of theory; and the history of the human race proves nothing more plainly than the fact that there is nothing too absurd for paople to believe The agents referred to have even induced some of those who listen to them in this city to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 17 July 1888

TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 17. LOCAL MATTERS [' rsous leaving the e'ty eaa have the : !::?i!od n> any address, postage prepnid, p length of tiiiiti, at the rate of fifty cents per Subscribers ordering the Ga7.kite . _ I from oiie p ?Stoffice to another should give I as well as new addruw. for t'jis section slightly warmor weather, . : riy winds, fair. \ ? v n .i'i.n'arv Excursion.?The steam? er Pilot Bay, which goes down to Colling (h daily, carried down yesterday mornii g a very Urne ciowd of colored peo ple .'rum Washington. A disorderly ele med to have made it a feature that tbeir preseno should be felt and esteemed a jiity :o the party. Ou reaching the re suit ibey soon got to drinking and fighting. AoioDg the crowds that were noticeably baved was the oua in which Marshall . James Weeks and Sandy Henderson formed a part This trio, not content with Ling, cursing and annoying people, managed fina iy to get into a quarrel among mselvee over a game of crap, which was also adde...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 17 July 1888

TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 17. Mvbdebed ci* Shipmates at Sea - Captaiu Tyson, of the National Line steamer Erin, fiom London which arrived at New York yesterday, reports that on July 9th Patrick Keliy, a seaman, aged tfc-.rty--.ix years, murdered two of his ship? mates, 3 rin Parry and John Chapman whilcthey were a eep ::i their bunk?. He stabbed them both to '.he heart witk s. sheath kuif .-. killing them instantly. The oniy can^- ussigued for the crime ;s that Kelly had a" slight qdarre] with one of the murdered men tbe ovenin before Both bodies were buried at sea on the 9th instant, and the murderer was manacled and confined in one of the deck bouses, where two nie>: were constant? ly on gnard day and nicht. He will be turned over t<- the Biiti.-'n c >i:sul. Catcht rs a Tkeshek and Eillbd?Jamos Thoma? Matthews, a colored man, employed wit1' the threshing machine of Henry Booker, of Golds boro', Md , was killed yesterday whilo at work upon the crop of W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 18 July 1888

'VOL. LXXXIX. ALEXANDRIA, VA.. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 18, 1888 ~" N0.169 MEDICINAL. Summer's heat debilitates both nerves and body, and Head? ache, Sleeplessness, Nervous Prostration, and an "all played-out" sensation prove that Pact's Celery Compound should be used now. This medicine restores health to Nerves, Kidneys, Liver, and Bowels, and imparts life and energy to tho heat prostrated system. Vacations or no va? cation.-, Paine'3 Celery Compound is the medicine for this Beason. It is a scientific combination of the best tonics, and those who use it begin the hot summer days with clear heads, strong: nerves, and general good health. Paine's Celeky Compound is sold by all druggists, 81 a bottle. Six for $5. WELLS, lUCIIAKDSON & CO., Prop's, Burlington Vt. find Hot Weather Invigorator ?2Sr-rOR SALE BY E. S. LEADBEATEB & BRO.-&\ J. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. C. MILBUBN, GROCER. TEA DEALER and COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 17 North Royal stroot. near Market...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 18 July 1888

ALEXANDRIA. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 18. _ Gen. Palmer, the democratic candidate for Governor of Illinois, says : "It is tho tariff plaDk in their platform that will cost the republicans the heaviest loss in all the Northern agricultural States. The farmers are gradually throwing off the yoke. They aro refusing longer to believe that a high tariff is tbe best thing for them. It is, therefore, certain that large numbers of ibem will vote the democratic ticket on that ground. These people in the rural districts are Rood, conservative people. They do not change rapidly or hastily, but when they do determine to vote against high taxation, they will do bo* in a manner to surprise people. There can be no ques lion that there will be heavy democratic Ktiirs iu all the Northern agricultural States on this ground." This is what a good and true Northern democrat ?a>s about the farmers in the Northern States. And yet there are farm? ers in Virginia, but, fortuuately for the cred? it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 18 July 1888

Monaten mm ,v.,. >?iuy evenikk. j?ly is. LOCAL MATTERS j leaving the c'ty can have :ho I . any address, postage prepaid, -. ot time, at the rate of fifty Mute - ;i I i orde ing the Gazette iso pos iffl :e to another should give ?f ell as new address. . district warmer, fair weather, south |lv wicds. Thk kaCES at the Driving Park, near under the auspices of the Gentle iug A-sociation, commenced this Hotl numbers of persons from this gton, and the surrounding c present. Th* races com ,, late for tho result to ba pub Gazette of to day. They uetbreedaya and will be well ^m To-morrow's programme igt? follows: p..r tee i. iuriongs; purse *<o, of trh ck- $15 to s? cord. js irace.siX !u-':onga ; putsj $75, of wfa cb ?15 to eecond. raoei one mile; purso $100, of wbicb f20 to second. . rtQ :,,e. one nn.e; w* ter weights, Den riders; purse $76, of which $13 to second. ,a p(j . 0ne and a half mile-- over 12 burlier ; "f ?bich $.0 to sec Thk I'r'M- <:>...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 18 July 1888

WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY IB. A Terrible Bedfellow.-Mrs. T. J. Eby lives with her husband on a farm near Mahantaogo, Juniata county, Pa. They have a three-rnonths old baby, and the youngster had a terrible experience the other night. Mrs. Eby had been in the habit of putting the baby in its carriage and placing it under a tree in the yard. The child alno elept in the coach at eight. A night or ! wo aj;o Mrs. Eby heard hei baby uttering a half-suppres? sed cry. It was soon still, however; but la? ter in the ui^ht the toother \vt?.s a^ain awak? ed. This tirnt- thecild continued to cry,and Mrs. Eoy took it to bed with tier. The next morning the woman was about to put baby in the carriage again, when she was sur? prised to find a lar^e black snake coiled among the blankets. She killc-i :md burned the reptile. The child's neck was marked with red streak-; which indicated that the snake had coiled around the child's throat. Mrs. Eby think- that the reptile tried to suck the milk out of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 19 July 1888

VOL LXXXIX, ALEXANDRIA, VA, THURSDAY EVENING. JULY 19, 1888 NO. 170 = _ MEDICINAL._ Summer's heat debilitates both nerves and body, and Head? ache, Sleeplessness, Nervous Prostration, and an "all played-out " sensation prove that Palve's Celery Compound should be used now. This medicine restores health to Nerves? Kidneys, Liver, and Bowels, and imparts life and energy to the heat prostrated system. Vacations or no va? cations, Palve's Celeey Compound is tho medicine for this season. It is a scientific combination of the best tonics, and those who use it begin the hot summer days with clear beads, strong: nerves, and general good health. Palne's Celery Compound is sold by all druggists, ?! a bottle. Six for $5. WELLS, KICILVRDSON & CO., Prop's, Burlington Vt. And Hot Weather Invigorator ^SB-FOE SALE BY E. S. LEADBEATER & BBO.-S5, COMMISSION MERCHANTS. grocer, TEA DEALER CO M k IS SI 0 N M EKC H A NT. No. ?" North Royal streot. near Market 3pace Alexandria, Va....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 19 July 1888

ALEXANDRIA. THCE3 )AY EVENING. JULY 19. SENATOR Mandkrson wants the govern meot to organize a national guard of one hundred thousand men, four hundred to be enlisted in every congressional district of the cou itry, to be armed and (quipped by the national government, paid when in act? ive service, and subject to the order of the President to enforce the execution of the laws and suppress riotp. The practical ef feet of tuen a bill would be merely to in create tho present number of militiamen. If a free and independent people must have a military force to preserve law and order among them?and such a need would bede no good to the perpetuity cf free institution? ? that force, to be effective, should be sup? plied from the regular army, which should be increased fcr that purpose, and not from any organization raised iu the vicinage oi tho scene of the disturbance, aud composed of the friends and acquaintances of those en? gaged therein. By the report of the civil service com? mission, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 19 July 1888

THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 1!? LOCAL MATTERS leaving the city cau have ih< ? : tu any.address, postage prepaid .:, .'. riino, at the rato of fifty cer.ti Sub.cribers ordering the Qazoti I fr0m one postoflSco to another should givi as Well M ii'-w address. ion fair weather, preceded by lL; il - jg| tlj v ooler, westerly winds. .- A.-? stated in the Gazette a'ouot Vein Jockey Club opened its .. . :A \ eMterday at the new half-mile 4t north of this city. The attend \fair for an opening and the races iD[t>r6Stiug. ? wb.-ftCol. E Berkeley, V. W. I .. . nid R J D*iogerfield; Edward B:uo!, ?t-trter, an I P.M. Draney, timer. Xau re-ults Were as follows : v r.\ race-, ba'f ru le dit?h for a purse o: fWl cb$15 to Becond. The starte? j a Ovven's oh. g. s>t. John ; J. F j] ,,.-, i.iu. Lady Washington ; G. R, (,kiu's b h. Voting Luke, aud \V. W, _ aw's b. g. Tni>!* Cross. St. John . ivorite in tue bitting, and won .',\ i Trip b Cross would nave come in it ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 19 July 1888

THURSDAY EVENING. JULY 19. A COSTLY Ga?b.? Jacob P. Reiff, a farmtr residing in Montgomery county, near Nor ristown. Pa., who was yesterday swindled to the extent of $10,000 by two confidence men. went to Philadelphia yesterday aud report ed hi- loss to the pciico authorities. Reiff who is nearly Beventy yt?rs of age, says a man who gave the name of Cocke called at his farm and representfd thai he desired to purchase some of Re?i's farmland. Reiff accompanied bim in a carriage to look over the land, and whiie driving alorjg they met a stranger. After n brief conversation the farmer was induced to joi in a tame of cards with the nito. Reiff regretted that he did not have much cash with him, but eaid he had bonds in bn.uk. Cook then proposed that they drive to Norri-trnvn and get the bonds out of the bank. Reiff readily assent? ed, and after procuring the bonds, which where ten first mortgage- bond* of the Col? umbus, Cincinnati and Midland Railroad, valued a; $1,000 each, they return...

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