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

MEDICINAL. (cat Cleveland's rrizo for ths three, l>e?t babies at the Aurora County Fair, in 1887, was i these triplets, Motile, Ida, and Bay, children of Mrs. A. K. Imrt. Uamburgh, N.'rY. - tes: "Last August the little ones became very sick, and as I could set no other food that wouiu agree with them, I commenced the uso of Lactatcrt Food. It helped them imnc . : ?:. v v,,ro s'k?:i vdl at ever, and T consider it very largely duo to tho Food ? '? : v :.re now so well." Lactr.ted Food is tho best Food for bottle-ted babies. It keeps , ' '. .:. i : ; ettcrtban medicine when they are tick. Three sises: 35c., 50c., 81.00. i abinct photo, of these triplets sent irec to the mother of any baby bora this year, [drcsa WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO.,c Burlington, Vt. _jgrFOr. SALE BY E. S. LEADBEATER it BRO.-QS^ j. COMMISSION iu^RCHANTS. TrMILliUEN', geocir, tea dealer COMMISSION MERCHANT, " So. 17 North Iioyr.1 streo'.. noar Ksrket spac* Alexandria, Vs. Orders and consignment* Eo?citcd; they ...

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 July 1888

? /Jf^ ^^^^ A T,K XANDRIA. THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 26._ Some ok the northern newspapers eay the lato General Wickham of Virginia was the only native Virginian who gave respectabil? ity to the republican party in his State. The papers refeircd to are aa misinformed about this as they they are about all other Vir? ginia matters. There are some other rep utub'e and highly respected native Vir? ginia republicans, but, unfortunately for their party, precious few ofthem.to be sure. Mr. Wire, the leader of one wing of the party, has snid that white Virginia republi cans aie apostates for the price of their apos tacy, and G n.Mahoie.the leader of the oth? er wk.g,has said there are not enough compe? tent white republicans in many of the coun? ties of the State to fill the local offices. In? deed ibe party is so lacking in the particular referred to, that many northern republican! who have settled in Virginia have therebj been induced to affiliate with tho democrats All the republican members...

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 July 1888

IP THULSDAY EVENING^ JULY_2?. LOCAL MATTERS parsons leaving the city ran heve ihi to any address, postage prepaid, ?i of time, at tbe rate of fltty c :nts Subscribers ordering the Gazette .-r.offloo to another should give ? 1 : , ' Has new a^ldie?. por this section fair woatber, stationary tempe? rt, re, w "?<? ''>? v _ Tg2 p?iBOUT Normal Institute.?The iijoal exerotsea look place to-day, severa1 additional name' having been added. A ew feature of the Insti'ute is a Port of f.jBj Dasonic lodge, frrra which all per tbe masouiine gender are carefully Jjt" ]8d_ As Usual, however, there are r.' . Toms" atnor.g the hoys, and they there is do 'Lady Godiva," aa '.":a. tbej cm Bee, ar.d that the exercises be f lely of the ordinary calia r ler sucti aa used to attract crowds V, and Mrs. Little's exhibi be Offers House. The object of the i- doubtless to ascertain how much of what is bupposed to be the exolusiveiy femitite attribute of curioaity.is possessed by ? -x. Iu our Monday's repo...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 26 July 1888

THURSDAY EVENING. JULY 26. A Camei/= Revenge ?An English trav? eler in the East gives the camel a very poor character. According to his account the creature is from first to last undomesticated and savage, rendered serviceable not by tamene-8 but by stupidity. One passion aloae be possesses namely, revenge, in the carrying out of which he shows an unexpect? ed decree of fur-thoughteu malice, united with all the cold stupidity of bis usual character. One iustance of this I well re? member. A lad of about fourteen had con? ducted h iame camel, laden with wood, io another village about half an hour's dis? tance As tbe animal loitered or turned out of tbe way it:- driver struck itj repeated? ly, and harder than .t reems to htive thought he had a right to do. But not finding the occasion favorable for taking; immediate revenge, it bode i;.* lime; nor was that time long in coming. A few days later the same lad" had to reconduct tbe beast, unladen, to his own village. When they were about ...

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 July 1888

MEDICINAL. - 1 Cleveland's Prize for the three best babies at the Aurora County Fair, in 1887, was 1 : ... triplets, Mo'.lie, Ida, and Ray, children of Mrs. A. K. Part. Hamburgh, N. Y. rites* "Last August the little ones become very sick, und as I could set no other food agree with thein, I commenced the use of Lactated Food. It helped them immc ud they were Boon as well as ever, ami I consider it very largely due to the Food t are now n> welL" Lactated Food is the best Food for little-led babies. It keeps and is hotter than medicine when they are sick. Three sizes: a*., 50c., ?UM. .Ists. ( abinet photo, of these triplets sent free to the mother of any baby bora this year. ress WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO.,r Burlington, Vt. i i i ::??*>.) EiiY r. S. LKAliBEATEB BRO.-?^ J C<IMMISSION MERCHANTS. C. MILBTJBN, GROCER, TEA DEALER COMMISSION MERCHANT, So. 17 North Royal streot, near Market spact Alexandria, Va. Or.iers and ccmsisnoments solicit**!; they will rc rtivo careful and p...

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 July 1888

ALEXANDRIA.. FKMAY EVENING. JULY 27. When the late R. M. T. Hunter was in the U.S. Senate he made a speech in which he said : "I believe that if we undertake to protect, to fo?ter, and sustain every interest, this government will become one vast jobbicg concern. You may call it a protection of iudu-try, an encouragement of enterprise. Protective tariffs do, indeed, become the ar? tificers of ihe fortunes of a few ; but at what an expense to the many whose just claims are forgotten or o vet looked ! Tbey satisfy the demauds of importunate cepitalists who clamor around the Treasury door ; but at the expense of the silent millions who toil fjr their daily bread, toa little heedful of the measure by which they are taxed or the nuiuuer iu which the money thus raised is afterwards distributed." This was before the day of "trusts," and that Mr. Hunter saw tbem by means of his mind'rt eye as the necessary result of the p;o'ective 35 stem only adds to the many other proof* of the widdom 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. — 27 July 1888

FBI DAY FTKNING. JULY 27. LOCAL MATTERS , .- i'-r?ni3 leavirj; the city can buva the . mailed to any address, postage prepaid, :of time, at the rate of titty c-nts Subscribers orde ipg the Gakkttk m .u,e postofflce to another should give | U well as new add:?o. 3section fair weather, stationary tem i "inrls. PKB90NAL ? 3Irp. Julius B. Crowell is aommerio? in tbe North. Walter G. Rogers of the Midland of .: ,? ?ho was traoaferred to Charlottesville v. ca-1 ^cen returned to the office in thi- citv. \t-s. Gilbert, of Bal'imore, la visiting her mother, Mrs. Eaglieb, oo south Fairfax tfr,Ja3. E Alexander and family have .?one to\h? camp meeting near Annapo?B, lobe absent -ome weeks. Mr F l'afl bus returned from a visit to ? heSft-jet Cbalyb ateSoriogs. ? i, a Mu-ubach hss been called to Martiosviile, Henry county, Va., on import egal busioe*s, and has postponed his . q trip until next Monday. Co Vv". 9 Greene, who is engaged in en? cioeering in Georgia, is in the city oo a vis? it to hi-...

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

FBI DAT EVENING. JULY 27. E URN ED TO DEATH. ? A P'-ireeSillg confla? gration occurred Wednesday Dight at May aard, a small miniDg town in Belmont oouu ty, Oh"' , on the line of the Cleveland, Lo rainor.t rj Wheel ms Kail way, about ten miles from Wheeling, W. Y*. Willi in Prosser, his sun. Johu Proper, ami John Wiiiiain Morgan w^rc burned to death William John Morgan, a broiher > f John Wiilititu Morgao. wa9 seriously burned, and Evau Davis had bin kg aimu-t cut oil by jumping from a secou<l--<Uiry window. Wm. Proper and hi- fdtn?y, ami >: number of boarders, resided iu a iwo 9tory frHiue house on the outskirts of the town A.J ba<f past twelve o'clock k passei-ny discovered ihe bouse to be on hrt- al isar, outside, and a!>o in the hallway. An alarm was sounded, and a mau smashed in ihe frout door and made an ellort to reach thu occupai is ol the house. Wm. Proseer and Iii- s;.n John occupied a room at the head of the ^, and ihe Mor? gan boyselept'io the room oppos...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 28 July 1888

VqLTlXXXIX ALEXANDRIA, VA., SATURDAY EVENING, july 28, 1888. NO. 173. MEDICINAL. Mrs. Dart's Triplets. ? 'aiid'fi Prlzo for the three best babies at the Aurora County Fair, in 1887, was to iiii'-e triplets, Mollle, Ida, and Ray, children of Mrs. A. K. Dart. Hamburgh, N. Y. 1 ist August the little ones became very sick, and as I could get no other food i agree with them, I commenced the use or Lactated Food. It helped them imme i iin v were sixm e-s well as ever, anil 1 consider it very largely due to the Food arc now fo well." Lactated Food is the nest Food for bottle-led babies. It keeps Iii better than medicine when they are sick. Three sizes: 25c, 50c., 8LO0. Liiuet photo, of these triplets sent free to the mother of any baby born this year. Addresi WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO.," Burlington, Vt. ;--irrOK SALE BY E. S. LEADBEATEK & BBO.-&^ COMMISSION MERCHANTS._ I C. MILB?BN, GROCER. TEA DEALER AJfP COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 17 North Royal street, near Market space Alexandri...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 28 July 1888

' o v ??'tri ^\ i? saturday EVENING, JULY 23. Of all the opponents ofthe ratification of the Canadian fisheries treaty, the most demonstrative are the Massachusetts mer? chants engaeed in the fi-h trade, who want the present tariffon salt mackerel continued, by which the price of those fish?the break? fast of many a poor man?is double what it should be. These merchants, and their con? gressional and newspaper agents, say they only want the duty on fish maintained for the protection of American labor, of the men they employ in catching fish and manning their fi-hiog ve??els. And yet, of the fifty one indictments for violation ofthe contract iabor law to be tried at the next term of the Court in Boston, no less than forty are against the owners of fishing schooners who hired cheap labor in Canada and brought it to Alassachu.-etta as material out cf which to make their crews! The protective cry if for labor, but the resulting profit is always for capital. ___________ "The five-fold inc...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 28 July 1888

%Imum m SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 2S. LOCAL MATTERS ? ?? porsona leaving the city chu have the qazet3 i mailed tu any address, postage prepaid, length of time, at the rate of titty cents ? v Subscribers ordering the Gazette :.: one postolh'co to another should give ,ld as well oew address. For this section fair weather, stationary temperature, followed Sunday by slightly warmer j-outheasterly^winds. Church Sbrvicesj &c, Tomorrow.? ( V I rch. Services at 11 a. m. and 5:45 p.m.by Kmv Dr. Sut*r. v. Paul'? Church.?Services at 11 a. m. bv Rev- Dr. Norton. Church.?7 a. m , prayer and homily; IIa. m., morn'tm prayer and sermon ; 4:40 p.m. intercession sei vices ; 8:00 p. m., even ics prayer ard sermon. v // '.. Mass at7 a. m.; Mass sml sermon a! 1? a. m by Kev. Father DeWoif; Vespers at 7 ]?. at first Presbyterian Church.?Service at 11 a m.bv Kev. J. M. Nourse. I Presbyterian Church.-^Services at 11a. m. by Kev. J. I. Vunce. Children's service at 5:30 p. m. - Cl . -Services at 11 a. m. an...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 28 July 1888

SATUBDAY EVENING, JULY 28. A Pathetic Story.?A strange woman makes her appearance at the Battery, New York, every day, and at the extreme end of the park, kneels down as if in prayer. To the many frequenters of the place she is un? known, as Bhe never speaks to, nor has any? thing to do with any one with whom she comes in contact. For nearly twenty years this has beeu her custom, and in all proba? bility will be until age prevents her. 8he resides in Hoboken. Her husband was a sea captain, and twenty years ago sailed away from New York. She stood on tbe Bpot, on which she now kneels to pray, when bis ship sailed out of tbe harbor and waved an adieu to tbe husband she had mar? ried scarcely two months before. Time passed on, but no word was heard from her husband or the Bbip be commanded. One day, about a year after the ship bad sailed, fihe learned that it had sunk and all hands had perished. The shock was too much for her and it unseated her reason. For months she tossed ou her bed...

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

VOL. T.YYXTX ALEXANDRIA VA.t MONDAY EVENING JULY 30, 1888 NO. 170. MEDICINAL, WARM WAVES Arc rolling in. You can't escape them ; but von can escape the Bleep less nights, loss of appetite, ami languid feeling that result from drain inf the nervous force by muscular or .^-"""S. mental exertion in sum? mer's torrid days. The Compound, that great strengthen the nervous against the attacks of preparation is c modi scientific combination of benefit to body and brain and has brought new life weakened nerves were the especially valuable at this so liable to sunstroke, a fatal. Painc's Celery health, altno.-t entirely re use of Paine's Celery nervetonic, will at once system, and fortify i: summer debility. This cine?not a drink. It is a the best tonics, giving lasting It cures all nervous diseases, and health to thousands whose cause of their many ills. It is season, when feeble persons arc disease which is nearly always ompound, by restoring perfect moves the liabilitv to this dread diseas...

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 July 1888

AXIS X AISTDIII A. monday evening, july 30. Toe republicans, in their desire for cheap whbky, in order that there may be an excuse for the maintenance of a protect? ive tariff, and consequently dear necessaries of life, say the taxation of whisky should be left to the States, which could, by such tax? ation, collect as much revenue as they might desire. But the favorite of the republican parly, the man that party really wanted for its candidate, says : "As a matter of fact, it is. only the national government that can ef? fectively levy and collect a whi?ky tax." Why, of course it is, and nobody is better aware of that fact than the republicans, whose cry for free whisky is only for the purpose of otlse'.t'ng the more reasonable cry ot the democrats for free necessaries. The States have it in their power now to tax whisky as much as they choose, but few of them avail themselves of that powor. And if one State were to put a high tax on the manufacture of whisky, all that the ad? join...

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 July 1888

_ MONDAY EVKrHNO^JULY SO. LOCAL MATTERS ?j^- parsons leaving the city can Lave .bo rE mailed to any.address, postage prepaid, ?ay leogth , : time, at the rate of fifty cents Bth. Subscribers ordeiing the Gazette ' . "? 1 from one pustorSco to another should givo [aswell as new address. For this section local rains, stationary tempera *?:..<! winds. _ The "Abches."? It was staled in the Gazette la-1 week that Mr.J.W.Thompson, f Washington, who at the recent sale in this oil J purchased the bed of the canal from ;g|y0 to the city limits, had assigned his t,aae of the property to Mr. G. C. Wil : tbe Pennsylvania railroad, and that ' arches." through which the Alexandria i Washington railroad passes under the ? ?anal at Four mile run, would be torn ao*n and a double track laid there. These which t-.re of brick and heavy stone, ,renow tx iog r? moved by the use of dyna? mite. A force of men b.-gan the work Sat? urday nigh' f>< il it will ?equire several days for its oompleiion. ...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 30 July 1888

imnte mzetit. MONDAY EVENING, JULY 30. Rejected the Cbown.?A dispatch from Berlin saya: "The interview between Em? peror William and King Christian of Den? mark bag a special importance, as associa? ted with the settlement of a family question oonrjecied with the Bulgarian throne. The Czar appears to have given bis assent to the creation of a Bulgarian monarch, with eith? er Prince Waldemar, the youngest son of King Christian, or the Duke of Cumberland on the throne. The Duke of Cumberland ha? decisively rejected the offer, which was made to bim through Prince Bismarck. In his note refusi g to accept the Crown, he declares that the proposal ifl a'; insult to bim as the legitimate Kinc of Hanover, end expresses the bupe that be is destined to see tbeKirjR of Prussia reduced to hla prop? er level. King Christian of Denmark advi? ses Prince Waldemar to accept the throne of Bulgaria if the entente between the Eu? ropean powers ib perfect King George of Greece, the brother of Prince Wald...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 31 July 1888

MEDICINAL. WARM WAVES Arc rolling in. You can't ' -cape them ; but you can escape the sleep? less nights, loss of appetite, and languid feeling that result from drain mental exertion in sum use of Paine's Celery nervetonic, will at once system, and fortify i:. summer debility. This cine?not .1 drink. It is a the best tonics, giving lasting It cures all nervous diseases, and health to thousands whose cause of their many ills. It is season, when feeble persons are / disease which is nearly always ?Compound, by restoring perfect moves the liability to this dread the nervous force by muscular or mer's torrid days. The Compound, that great strengthen the nervous against the attacks of preparation is a modi scientific combination of benefit to body and brain, and has brought new life weakened nerves were the especially valuable at this so liable to sunstroke, a fatal. Paine's Celery health, almost entirely re disease. If you feel the eflects of summer's heat, you can't afford to delay ano...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 31 July 1888

TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 31._ According to the Baltimore Sun, ex Postmaster General Campbell eays: "A colored voter in Philadelphia who might desire to cast bis ballot for democrat? ic candidates is brought face to face with pucb terrifying con?equenceB that he natu? rally recoils with dismay. It is not that be may be threatened with bodily irjuries, but it can be well understood how many other poteDt means of vengeance and punishment may be used not less to be dreaded and avoided." The country is now reunited, and all of it pobj-'ct to congressional action. What Congress can do with the North, it can do with'the South, and vice versa. Therefore, tbeU. S. Senate having investigated the suppression of the negro vote in Jackson, Mississippi, it should at once proceed to do the same with that in Philadelphia, Penn eylvania. 1:13 hoped some Southern Sena? tor may make wbat Mr. Campbell says the foundation for a resolution to investigate Ihti suppression of the negro vote in the city of "br...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 31 July 1888

[TESDAY EVENING, JULY 31. LOCAL MATTERS rVrsons leaving the city can havo ihe : k mailed to auy address, postage prepaid, length of time, at the rate of tlfty cents ? ijul^eribers ordtttiug the Gazette i from one postotlice to another should givo a well as new address. p0I this section fair weather, preceded ou tho . al rains, .stationary temperature, fol w( o) Wednesday by slightly warmer, touth ?: y ?fil '1-_ Pbabody Normal Institute.?About tjfo buudred and titty members of tbe losti iu!e. chiefly ludies, accepted the kind invi? tatio of^upt Ridley, of the Potomac Ferry i'ompauy, ar d emtarktd od the steamer Ficeisior yesterday morning for Colooial Beach. Tbey were accompanied by a large cumber of our citizsus, who purchased tick ?nd enjoyed themselves greatlv in bath jog, fisbiog, (Tubbing, &a , notwithstanding the tnreaterung nppearance of the weather. This morning, af.tr a reading from Holmes by Prot". McCleary, Supt. Came gave the jf a series of Instruction in bis new meth...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria gazette. — 31 July 1888

TUESDAY EVENING. JULY 31. [Fur tii'i Alexandria Gazette. Oniy lo Thee. To thee i:vicg or to theo dead, Only to :See be ray ii..-*rt-wo:ds said. Onlv 7 v th'-o bend tbice ear, List tho ? weird rustle-give but ono tear To this pall o'er hopes of the long ago, V< Hing sorrow's urn deep laved in woe? Oh, Duanto'tns > has: !y of joys long iled, Docs the death'* head shriek, ye are dead, nil dead. Hop s cf the long ago'' Bide (hoe a moment, only awhile. That again I may catch the old-time smile. Once more ar :'!? < ?. <>: ;: r?-h glee. The voice that was sweetest of music to mo. Echo's re-echo fa is soft aud low. .Kole.m tones from the long ago Even perfume of roses and jasmine swost Waft out fr ra t gast thy presence to greet, Bb I memorios of Ions asi> 1 Memory recalls thee from years agone, Gemmed in tho dew drops of early mom. Daisies, sweet violets and buttercups, too, Peeped forth fron; their hiding thy greeting to woo. All nature seemed vieinghor tributes to bring...

Publication Title: Alexandria Gazette
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