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

MEDICINAL._ Summer's heat debilitates both nerves and body, and Head? ache* Sleeplessness, Nervous Prostration, and an "all played-out" sensation prove that Paine's Celeey Cositotod 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, Palnx's Celery* Coid?ol*kd is the medicine for tbia 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. Palve's Celeky COiLVOCND is ?old by all druggists, ?1 a bottle. Six for $5. WELLS, PvICILyEDSOX & CO., Prop's, Burlington Vt. .."<:-roi: sale by e. s. leadbeatee & BRO.-a^, COMMISSION MERCHANTS. r C. MILBUBS, GROCER. TEA DEALER AND COMMISSION M EE CHANT, No. 17 North Royal street, noar Market sj;ac? A'.ozandria, Va. Orders acd consignments solicited , ihoy will ro* ceivew.-ofa! and prompt.attention._an!9 Who...

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 July 1888

FRIDAY EVENING. JULY 20. SOM'-:(Kthe Northern protective news papers ttiempt to meke a great ado ever the reported defection of a few locally prom? inent democrats on account of the Presi? dent's pronounced aDd effective advocacy of a revenue tariff. But they say never a word about tho vast number of obscure repub? licans who have at length had their eyes opeue.l to the patent fact that a tariff on the necessaries of life is for the benefit of the rich at the expense of the poor?as the nat? ural wants of all men are the same, an a poor mau has to consume as much of the necessaries of life as a rich one, and 63 the vast body of the people are poor and only a few are rich- and who, experiencing a real? izing sen-.e of that fact aud of its gross in justicp, and eeeiog the error of their way, have determined to risk tho effect of e change?as auy change in the matter refer1 red to must be for the better ; to vote witb the democrats, who are pledged to a low tariff, aud to see if their co...

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 July 1888

IR?UY EVENING. JULY '20. local matters n~ prisons loaviog tbe olty can have ihe mailed to any address, postage prepaid, - My length of time, at the ?to of tifty cents ' month Subscribers ordeiiug the GAZKrrE ?.' ? ,: from one nostoffice to another should ghe .... a. ;i h.s new address. thiisectiou fair wevher, preceded bj light i -h->1. fct iMona y temperature, west ^ _ ? ;.ycx3.-?Tbe attendance yesterday at the races of the Mount Vernon Jookey on the track near thin city, wan g kH , ghl rain. Tha programme was re intfr<-sting than en Wednesday, utests were elo^e and sp ritert m, Messrs. Iviward Berke IG C Duari were tbe judges: Capt. j i; derail, timer, and Ed ward Bunt i-tar ? . - The results were h<* follows : race five furlongs; purse $75, of I id ?tcord. The barters were: [?orupkins's.b. h. Young Luke; E.H. b.li Vinton and W. H. Hutch h Valley Boy. Valley Boy at d with Vinton close behind uug Luke last. At the lower turn .,, entered tbe stretch on even terms with Valle...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 20 July 1888

: BIPAT EVEKING JULY 20. Restricting Naturalization.?Senator Blair yesterday introduced a bill declaring that hereafter no alien shall be admitted to natura^/, it ion until he shall have been a resident of the United States during the live years immediately preceding the ap? plication for naturalization paper?, nor un? til he shall prove by two ieputable wit nesses that during these five years he ba.-: behaved as a person of good inorul charac? ter, and shall also, it; the presence* of the judge, fjpeak, read and writ** the English language with such intelligence and facility as to prove that tu< has the capacity to transact ordinary b:;-ii:ess it; ti n' iauguaee, and by its use to beoome weil informed in the principles of the Constitution and the duties of au American citizen. No natural? ized citizen, the bill provide', Bball exercise tho right of suffrage for ot.o year after re? ceiving bis naturalization papers. Judges are forbidden In try mor<- ihan iwenty na? turalizatio...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 21 July 1888

'VOL, LXXlp., ALEXANDRIA VA., SATURDAY EVENING. JULY 21, 1888 MO. 173. ' MEDICINAL. Summer's heat debilitates both nervea and body, and Head? ache, Sleeplessness, Nervous Prostration, and an "all played-out" bcnsation prove that Paike's Celeey Comtovxk ehould be used now. This medicine restores health to Nerves, Kidneys, laver, and Bowels, and imparts life and cuergy to the heat prostrated system. Vacations or no va? cations, Paixe's Celeby Cgiipoot? i*3 the medicine for this season. It i3 a scientific combination of the best tonics, and those who use it begin the hot summer days with clear heads, strong nerves, and generai good health. Paixe's Gelebt Compound is sold by all druggists, ?1 a bottle Six for ?5. VvTLLS, EICHAKDSON & CO., Prop's, Burlington Vt. jSr-FOF. SALE BY E. S. LEADBEATEE & BBO.-Q^ ? COMMISSION MERCHANTS. i c.MIL1!CKNT. GROCER. TEA DEALER axi> COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 27 North Royal street, uoar Market space Aloxandria, Ya. Orders and consignments fjoli...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 21 July 1888

ALSX A-INTDRI^l. saturday evening, july 21. The democratic party ha9, through its Pro'ulential Domioee, ita nalbnal con? vention, and to-day, through its representa? tives in the U. S. House of Representatives, by the passage of the Mills bill, proved to the people of the country that it is for the good of the many rather than for that of the few, that it is in favor of equal benefits to all and of special favors to none, that it de Fires tj reduce the cost of living to that larv.e m&prity of the population who are compelled to earn their bread by the sweat of their faces, that it wants to enlarge the market for American products so that an increased dernaud for those products may increase the demand and necessarily the pric/of American labor, and,finally, that as levenue has to bj raised to meet the neces aary expenses of government, it deems it ?vi-e and just that that revenue Bhould be raised by a tax cn luxuries?on articles that people can do without if they choose, rather l...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 21 July 1888

MrsABfltsa mm SATURDAY FVEN1NG, JULY 21. LOCAL MATTERS ? ? ? Persona leaving the c'ty can have the i,., i rrt mailed to any address, postage propaid, t , ,,i lime, at the rate of fifty cents Subscribers orde iuK tho Gazette I fr, m one i-'-stoflu'c to another should give tbe i ... well as new address. Fur thi? section fair weather, stationary tern ire, variable " i"ds. -? Services, &c, Tomorrow.? , h cA.?Services at 11 a. m. und 5:15 m.by Rev Dr Surer s' PauVs Church.?Services ut 11 a. m. by Rev. Dr. Norton. ; . e Church.?i a. ui , prayer and homily ; \ in . morning prayer and ?eraion ; 4:40 n id. intercession service? ; S:00 p. m., even? ing praver and sermon. St, Mary's Church.?Mass at 7 a. m.: Mass M. ? germon at 10 h. m by Rev. Father DeWolf; Vespers at 7 p. m. firsj Presbyterian Church.? Service at 11 a m.nv R-v. J M. Nourae. - yierian Church.?Services at ?; , nl ami 8 p. m. by Rsv. J. I. Vauce. gapl ^ i Ii.?-Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. by Rev. I. M. Mercer. Trinity Me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 21 July 1888

BAI | ?DAY EVENING, JULY 21. Railroad Items. There aro 150,000 miles of railroad in the United States ("about half tho raileago of the world; which cost about nine billion dollars. More than 1,000.000 men arc employed. The first locomotive in tho United States was built by Peter Cooper. A steel rail lasts with average wear about eighteen years. The cost of a palaco sleeping car is about $15,000, or .^17,000 if "vestibulcn." Tho cost of a high-cla-s. eight-wheel passenger locomotive is about $3,600. The longest American railroad tunnel is tho Hoosac, on the Fitchburg Kail way -l^ miles.. The highest r.iilroad in the Unibd States is the Denver and Bio Grande, at Marshall Pa;s, 10.852 feet. The highest railroad bridge in the United 8tates is the Kinzua viaduct, ou the Erie Eail road, 305 feet high. Tho longest railway bridgo-span in the United States is the Cantilever span, in Fougbkcersic, which is 518 foot. The longest mileage operated by a single system is the Atcheson, Topeka and ....

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 23 July 1888

MEDICINAL. Mrs* Bavtfs Triplets., : resident Cleveland's Prize for the three host babies at the Aurora County Fair, in 1SS7, was inveu to these triplets, Mollie, Ida, und Kay, children of Mrs. A. K. Part, Hamburgh, N. Y. v.r.: s: "Last August the little ones heeame very sick, and as I could pet no other food* iiu agree with them, I commenced the use oiLactated Food. It helped them imme : . soon as well as ever, and J consider it very largely duo to the Food [I ii they ore now so WClL" Lartated Food is the best Food for bottlc-lcd babies. It keeps ... and better than medicine when they arc Fick. Three sizes: 25c., 50c., SU?). its Cabinet photo, of these tripleta sent free to the mother of any baby born this year. Idress WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO.,*" Burlington, Vt. .riV-rOE SALE BY E. S. LEADBEA.TER A BBO.-tS^ COMMISSION MERCHANTS. GKOCER. TEA DUALES COMMISSION MBB OH a N t. So. l~ North Royal stroot, near Markot spac*> Alexandria, Va. Order* and consignments aolic ted; tney will...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 23 July 1888

ALKXAND.RIA. MONDAY EVENING. J?LY 23. At a la-ge meeting of Italians in Philadel? phia yesterday eveniDg, to take adverse ac? tion on the resolution recently adopted by the U. S. House of Representatives for in V63tlgat;ng charges of infraction of the law prohibiting the importation of contrac* Jabor, it was resolved that "themoment had arrived for Italians to show themselves united for the honor of Italy, and that with the name of Italy in their mouths they should prepare for war''! Some of the most re specttd end best citizens of this cjuntry are Italians by birth, but certainly those who led the meeting referred to must ba the very reverse, and the proper thing to be done with them would be for the police of Phila? delphia, with the name of the United States in their mouths, to arrest every one of them and have them sent back to Italy as soon as possible. If foreigners who become citizens of this country do not understand its insti tutions and obey its laws, assimilate with its p...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 23 July 1888

MONDAY EVENING. JULY 23. LOCAL MATTERS sfl- parsons leaving the city can have in mailed to any address, postage prop?:d, for sny loDgth of time, at tho rate of fifty c-i:ts ,.,tu gabscribers ordering the Gazette ' \ t >m ooe postotfico to another should give ,. * [iu well as new address. section fair weather, stat'onary tern oerawre, followed Tuesday night ly slightly ?, neral westerly winds. Pea body Normal Institute?-On Sat? urday most of the members of the Institute took the 8:30 b at for Washington and pro carted to the National Museum, where an hour wa- spaut in a hurried g ance at its treasures. The relics proved most attract '?vp to'th-gentlemen, but the ladies gener . tpressed a preference for the section gems. They then went to the Depart ol Agriculture and examined its mu ?0ni ami treen houses, and then to the Bnreau of Efgraviog ar d Printing. In go jogto tbe cycloroma most of them went by wav of the Washington monument. At the cyciorama building, the Battle of Shiloh ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 23 July 1888

MONDAY f-VENING. JULY i.3. Dropped into the River.?Professor Charles Williams, of Cincinnati, made a sue. cessful balloon ascension and drop with a parachi^u in full view of twenty thousand people, from the enclosure of Pawnee Bills Wild West enow at Gloucester, Pa., yester? day. Leaving the ground in a hot-air bal? loon, at 0:40, he rose to an altitude of neariy 3,000 in a very few mimitcs. At that heisht, be cut loose from the balloon, and while the vast audience held its breath with sus? pense, shot downwurd like a flash. When he had fallen, perhaps 150 feet, tb" para chute opnned slowlj, and he <iiop;>.-d at the rate of about eleven feet a second, amid the wildest enthusiu-m of the crowd Borau westward by u rather stiff breeze, be drop? ped in tlie Delaware river and sunk into the mud to his knees. The shallowner.s of the water where hs- touched allowed him to keep his hesd j-.i-.ove th?- waves until he could be rescued The balloon turned up wide down a;-- soon as it was f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 24 July 1888

MEDICINAL. Mrs. Dart's Triplets. given . She write* eland's Prize for the three best babiea at the Aurora County Fair, In 1was trlplet-i, Mollio, Ida, and Ray, children of Mrs. A. K. Dart, Hamburgh, N". Y. Last August tho little ones became very sick, and as I could get no other food ' It helr-od them immc 'ood tin v are now so wen. i^iciuieu ruuu u iu? uesi ruuu lur mane-ieu Daiuea. ji keeps ?well and is belter than medicine when they are sick. Three Blies: 25a, 50c., Sl.W. is Cabinet photo, of these triplets sent tree to the mother of any baby born ihls year. Address WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO.,'Eurlinffton, Vt. jar FOR SALE BY E. S LEADBEATEB & BRO.TE^ j ETee with them, I commenced the use ot Lactated Food. It helpod them imn ' ? : ?*>.. -,- were s-v.n as well ua ever, and 1 consider it very largely duo to tho Fo s are now so welL" Lactated Food U the best Food for bottle-ied babies. It ket COMMISSION MERCHANTS. r C. MILBUBK, ?' GROCER, TEA DEAL2R AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, ...

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

? m,. iL TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 24. THE Mills bill, at the time the proposed amendments to it were agreed to by the democratic caucus, was pronounced by the ?AZCTTE to be a surrender, a makeshift, and an expedient tosuhserve local intere6tB, or words to that effect. The passage of that bill by the U. S. House of Representatives ha* not changed the Gazette's opinion iu respect of its character; and the o i'y conceivable reason?but a strong and etfeetive one?why democrats should sup? port it, is that it is a movement in the right direction, and shows that the democrats in Congress would pass a really low and simple revalue tarill bill if they were free to do what thoy know to be right, and had the power to accomplish that rightful purpose. The Mills bill is anything else than a low tariff bill. It only reduces a forty-seven per cent , to a forty-two per cent, tariff, a tariff ho high that Henry Clay and all the other old time protectionists, in their wildest tl ghts of imaginary help 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. — 24 July 1888

Tj-esdat eyenino. july 24. LOCAL MATTERS f jp Pjr?ODS leaving the city can have he tiled to any address, postago prepaid, ? ?; of time, at the rate of fifty c?cta Subscribers ordering tho Gazette ? from one postoffice to another should ?ive {? well as new address. . section fair we&ther, continued high ra ire variable winds. stv court?Judge D. Af. Chicheater -Continuation of yesterday':* pro liDgs. The grand jury returned into rt toe following indictments: Com. vs. b3 I phan, malicious cuttiog, a true hill 'same vs. Walter Turvey, policy, a true ame vs. Wm. Thomas, doorkeeper for k'ro bank, a true bill; same vs. Robert g?iizaan, selling intoxicatingdrinkson the Sibbath day, a true bill; Com. vs. Frederick ttYker, selling liquorB to minors, a true bill; ,ame vs. Frederick Welker, selling liqnora hv retail without a license, a true bill; whereupon the grand jury was discharged foT the term. Tbc ca-ear.ainst Walter Turvey was called for trial and the jury returned a verdict, joposi...

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

TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 24, The Decrepit Knight*. A dispatch from Philadelphia to the New York Sun sayt: Oae of the greatest signs of the decay of the knights of labor is the slowneBS with which members respond to General Master Workman Powderly's cries for money to help rebuild the once great organization. Prominent knighta assert that the present membership Is 300,000, but the" response to the recent 15-cent assessment asked by Mr. Powderly indicates that this estimate is far too large. It is predicted that the knights will never live beyond next year. In Sep? tember, 18S6, Mr. Powderly sent out an or? der for a 25 cent assessment upon all mem bers. Its nominal purpose was the estab? lishment of a fund to be set apart for the BUpport of members who were out of em? ployment by reason of a strike or a lockout. It was explained to them that they need never want when they had $300.000 firmly locked up in the safes in Philadelphia. The fund never reached $300,000, but did, after six mont...

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 July 1888

VOL. LXXXIX ALEXANDRIA, VA.; WEDNESDAY EVENING JULY 25. 1888. NO. IV. " MEDICINAL. Pt> sideot Cleveland's Frizo for the throe bett babies at the Aurora County Fair, in 1SS7, was to these triplets, Mollie, Ida, and liuy, children of Mrs. A. K. Dart. Hamburgh, N. Y. iviites: "Lost August the littlo ones became very sick, Mid as I couht set no other food that would nsrree with them, I commenced the use of Lartated Food. It helped them immc illatelv, and they were soon as well as ever, end I consider it very largely duo to the Food that they arc now bo welL" Lactatcd Food is the best Food for bottlc-icd babies. It keeps them well, and Is better than medicine when they arc sick. Three sizes: 25c., DOc. SLOO. lit;. Cabinet photo, of these triplets sent irec to the mother of any baby bom this year. Address WELLS, RICHARDSON ? CO.,'1 Burlington, Vt. <25rrOE SALE BY E. S. LEADBEAT/EB &. BBO.-S^ COMMISSION MERCHANTS. I ,-. UILBURN, GKOCEE, TEA DEAEEE A XI? COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 1...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 25 July 1888

WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY _5. Mr Kei.ley, the republican protection leader in the U. 8. House of Representatives, in the August number of the Forum, says : "Unhappily for tho condition of tho American people and tho power aud honor of the nation, the decision of the question of tho symmetiical and complete diversification of our industiics rtsts, i r the present, with tho adherents of the late Southern Confederacy. Tho eighth section of the first article of the constitution of tUat con? federacy prohibited the laying of 'any duties or taxes on importations from foreign nations, to pioaioto or foster any branch of industry.' Five of the eight geutleiuen whom Mr. Speaker Car. lislo, after frequout consultations with President Cleveland, named as a junto to which the duties of tho Committee on Ways aud Means should be confided, had sworn to maintain aud defend that constitution;and Mes r3. Hills, W. C. P. Brcck onridge, C. K. Brcckeurid^e, Wilsou and Turner had, by serving in tho Confede...

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

a? _-? WEDNESDAY EYENINQ. JCLY 25. LOCAL MATTERS isons leaving the city cau have tho iled to any address, p.isfsge prepaid, : time, at the rate of" ?fty c^nts - ? ribers ordering the Gazette . .. .. mepoetoflice to another should givo ' = '.. ?eil as new address._ ?'. f.iir wea'.hor, stationary tjrupe- . le wjnds. _ cm COUNCIL. > ;.uic:toa resolution adopted at the I ?regul?r taeeting, an adjourned meeting! ity Council was bold la?t night. BOARD Of ALDERMEN. :, was present in tba chamber of a.r \ rjermeo shortly after eight o'clock, i ai -.- the :>.iarJ ticitig called to order, it j ta further postpone the coceid JUcta uofioisbed business (relating ,?t|je paving of certain streets) until next \Ir I '? ibeater, vom tue special commit a;iK)it I consider the petition of the v v Don Railroad Company for right ", ffft5 ovei B mry street from Duke street I ?oath to tue city litatts, Hunouccedthat the committee was not ready to submit its re petition from t be police force, signed bv...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 25 July 1888

WEDNESDAY EVENING JULY 25. The Laugh was cn the Landlobd.?A story is related at the expense of a hotel proprietor at Tacoma, Washington Terri? tory. A stranger who had been stopping et the hou=e for a few weeks asked the proprie? tor how far it was to Mt. Kanier, which ap? peared to be only a couple of miles distant, although, in fact, it was nearly onehundred. The proprietor winked at the bystanders and said that perhaps it was n mile away. The boarder said ho believed bt would walk out to see it for exerci -e. The landlord en? couraged th "tenderfoot," who. af;er bot rowing (he proprietor's fioe held glass, im? mediately startt-<l. Thejoke w as too rich for the hotel eiiu io keep, and he treated all bands. But the pedestrian did ?l-: return. The landlord at bc-came .~uspicious, a'nd found that the valis- which the "tender foot" Lad left was filled svith Brickbats, and that be had carried oB eeventeen to.weja.RDd everything else that h>- could get into his pockets. Baside? !h...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
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