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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 7 August 1888

MEDICINAL, Plump anji Rosy Babies "Had it vt for r.i.t.i. Foot] ??iir ualebaby most bar? Oictl She haa been it for tin.-* i..^:u?. and i-?j-iiniip. healthy, i ?> eU-eV-d lole/" Xn. " Lappim, ., Sleep AS" Flight, Nappy All Day ??\v<-tri-' l t iinT foi?i-.l>iit. fiiKllli^'tiotiet?arfrec withonrlittleirlrl WenmVjwbr TActsh-O !. stin urfinat oucu to gait) dob. and Improved !>? Imilih. To-daj aba 1* bri-iu. lively, and heart) b.> child i an to. sleeping twelve hour* at :i Btretch. and waMmc op laughing every morning;"? if'm, S, /Varl . l> \ .-.u'. li '? ?*'?? Jbrwift?, W"' Cutting Teeth Easily '? j.noUled Fond Uan excellent f<?4 for ieethtnj children. JJyboby is ughig it. oiul ratting her teeth tide hot weather without any troaula!'?Xrr. Xiana 0, Brand, Iiintka, Xu, Saved from GhoSera Infantum "Our baby had Cholera Infantum, and until we tried Lactat'd Food, we could lind notbinfrtostay?nka btuiuavh. It retained...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 7 August 1888

%C w TUESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 7. _ Jtdgk McCltjre, a conspicuous republi? can of Arkansas, says the fear of negro su? premacy is what maintains the solid South, and that the while people of this section will never consent to be ruled by the ne? groes, majority or no majority. This utter? ance of the Judge shows, not only that he does not agree witb Mr. Cable, bat that he is a wise man.and understands the people of his own race. The republicans could bave divided the South long ago had they been a3 wise as the metnb-r of their party referred to; bat, by making the negroes vote as a uuit, they have forced southern white people to draw the color line, not only in order to preserve their property, but even their civilization and their lives. And the fact that Genera! Mahone has said he wished to see all distinctions obliterated, and that Mr. Wise has said that in counties in which the negroes had a majority of the voters they should also bave a msjority of the echool trustees, will be su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 7 August 1888

TUESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 7. ?rr Persons leaving the city can have tha ?? ,jT*;. mailed to any address, postage prepaid, rorsni length >?? t itue, at the rate of fifty eenta ' lBth. Subscribers ordering the Gazettk I from one p istonlce to another should give [ as well as new address. LOCAL MATTERS lion generally f-ir weather, nearly -:v temptsraiure, winds generally south* westerly ? _ Gambling on the Excelsior?The nSaib.i:.? "" **ie excursion steamer Excel as which so much complaint has j been made, ha- been brought to the f the owners of t he b tat. In ref ere Ceto the matter Mr W. P. Welch, Sup e lei ? ol be Potomac Steamboat Com p?r.y. says: ..... i he party i uouing the boat is responsi ??owiii.*; eanib ii>g We have notb ioc to do with the baat or rhe uouing of Colonial Beach, the butel and adjacent prop rrty having been leased f??r the season to i6| B 'ssart. The gamblers will injure Colooia! Beach, however, and we are deter? mined to take '?(?me steps* io...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 7 August 1888

TUES -ay EVENING, AUGUST 7. A Fight at a Cake Walk.?A delega? tion of three hundred colored people, mem? bers of tbe Good Samaritan Lodge of Wash? ington, t.rrived in Frederick, Md., yesterday moroii.g on an excursion. The excursionist* were accompanied i>y Jefferson Lee's cornet band, and were guests of Ogjetoman and 1). P. Sevtuu Lodges, Good Samaritans, of Frederick. They held a cake walk in the Rink on East Patrick street last night. The entertainment was attended !>y eight hun? dred colored people, men and women. .Short? ly aftfir ten o'clock a netierai row occurred, ? u which John Philip St an ton, is well-known colored bootbla-k of Frederick, was shot in the lef leg at the knee and eeriotiely wound? ed, the ball passing through bis leg. The shooting caused a. general stampede, and further agitated the lighters. Chairs were used as weapon-1, and the wreck of the furni? ture was strewn over the floor. As soon bs the Frederick colored men learned of the sho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 8 August 1888

VoTLxXXIX, ~ ALEXANDRIA. VA., WEDNESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 8, 1888. NO. 187. MEDICINAL. Plump ar&J Rosy Babies ?? ?iA it iiotbeen for Lactatod Foot! mir mtlbbaby irhwthave died. KU.- hx- bei a us lag it ft r three* iiantbs, ??d I? ? plamp. bealtByi rosjr-cliwked baby.**?Jf?; jm/i- Uippim, Ketswi . tu ' Sleep Ali Night, Happy AIS Day ? We tri?\l olUi-r ft ?it, Bndingnonu to agree with otk Httk-giri ui . <iu it once to gain flesh, and unptbred Iq health. Today Is as bright, lively, and Ueart) .. y child mi >?? Bleeping twelve hours at a BtretcU. and wahiug up laughing orory tuommir.''? If>* 5. 7Vn*& l??X tutting "Lactatcd Food la an exceiieni rood lot teeumsg children. My Ulbj ?nli but weather Without any trouble;**?Xrt. 3li?aa <>. Brand, /-jiif/.t, M-i :asily cutuiie her teeth Saved from Cholera Infantum ? >m I ?' r bad Cholera Infantum, and until we tried LactatcH Food, we could flndnotblngtostayo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 8 August 1888

ALE XANDRIA. WEDNESDAY EVENING. AUGUST _8._ Thp: Richmond DUpatch eays the Ga? zette is wrong when it states that the President^ policy is opposed to the remo? val of the internal revenue tax on tohacco. Well, let the President answer for himself. Here is what he says on the subject: 'It must be conceded that none of the things subject to internal revenue taxation are, strictly speaking, necessaries; there appears to be no just complaint of this taxation by the consumers of these artioles, and there seems to be nothing so well able to bear the burden without hardship to any portion of the people. If this doe3 not mean that the President's policy is opposed to the remo? val of the tax on tobacco, then words have ceased to be the signs of ideas. Ic is not the Gazette, but the Dispatch that is wrong; and it has been so ever since the time it suddenly stopped advocatiog the paymeut of the last cent of the State debt, and began its present advocacy of repudiation, in which it exceeds all...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 8 August 1888

v. LDNEaDAT EVENING. AUGUST S. f persons leaving the city can hav-j . .:? Gazette isaiied to auy address, postage prev ud, - ? any ieugth of t'me. at tD0 rate of ?fty c i ts - Subscribers ordering theGAZEiiK ' * >d from oue postotlice to another should gi\e . well as new address. LOCAL MATTERS For this ?eotion local rains, slightly warmer, wind! generally southwesterly. jiti Board of Supervisor?.?The 3 ard of rjupervisors of the couoty met yes? terday. pr?aeut, Judge A. B. Grunwell, -m. of Washington district) Horatio Arlington ; Tibbett Allen, of Jeffer H h. } oung, Clerk of che Board ; Jaa. len t-t.tr. County Attorney ; W. 0. Wi hert, Treasurer; H. L. Holmes, Commis ; r! ol Keveuue, uuil several citizens from The levies for the present fis i year were laid ae blows: 60 cents ou the $100 ol asst+std valuation of property motj purposes. 15 ceuts for road pur ..r . :eois in Jefleisoo, 25 cents ia Ar ;,. and 45 cei ts in Washington district ? bool pin p.?sf.-; a'no a tax of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 8 August 1888

'cO _ WEDNESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 6. A Stebb Clears a 6tobe--A?i a croye of steers was passirjg the grocery store- c: William Peters, at the corner of Hancock and Jefferson streets, lasjj evening, one of them, with a mind cf an inquiring turn, walked into the open door and started on a tour of investigation through the store. The place was Glied with customers, who fled precipitately at the steer's approach. Those who could not rea ed under the counter in an Hia bollsnip leisurely proceeded the cabbage pile, and, ai ncl tentedly at it for a few mom attention to a basket of r.-t! i> pp ts that lay within templing reach. After a r:1 concluded they were edible, and, taking h good mouthful, began to chew. No . had he broken thetkiu oJ tin- red-hot v< .?? tables than the lire began to burn, and he stamped around the st?re in agony, bi log.with rage and paii and threaten'ng to demolish everything witbic reach. .-; a crate of egL'-; he made a plunge for th*m and emerged...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 9 August 1888

VOL LXXXIXL _ ALEXANDRIA, VA? THURSDAY EVENING. AUGUST 9,1888. NO. 18*. " MEDICINAL. Plump ars$ Rosy Babies ?? ilikl it iiot been for LactaUxl 1'ootl our mtle t?by must have, diod. She has beva u4ub it for Uutd month*, "?'?1 ?> ??lurui>. healthy, rosy-cheeked bat>>?."?.Vrs. JTottie lappin] &'??(,>???>, M. Sleep Ail Night, Happy Ali Day ?? We tried other food*; b'it, Boding none to awe with onr littlo girl wc hk-iI your LurlaV' P&ndi Shri ni at once h1 ?ai:i fl>->h, a:;? Unpfavtxl in health. To-day she in ax bright, lively, and hearty a child be Bleeping twe?te hours at a etreleb. Ulli waking ui> lauphhi* every tnornini.-."? llV .*? r??*j. 1WS Cutting Teeth Easily "LacUted Foodis anexcellent food for teethingcftlMrftn, My laby is uwDg it. and is ehttiiiffhertee?i ? , bot weather without any trouble."-Hit. I/iiif-i O. Jirumt, Jan'lm, Jfo. Saved from Cholera infant...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 9 August 1888

ALEXANDRIA. thursday evening, august 9. Mr. Blaine is expected to arrive from Europe to day, and to enter at once upon campaign work for the Presidential candi? date of his party and for the platform upon which that candidate stands. Among other things that platform declares that rather than the taritfou any produots of the pro? tected industries be touched the tax on whisky should be removed. And yet Mr. Blaine a few years ago, ia on record as ex? pressing the following wise ideas: "I would not advise the repeal of the whisky tax. Other considerations than those oi* financial admiuistration ere to be taken into account with regard to whisky. There is a moral side to it. To cheapen the price of whisky in to increase its consumption enormously. There would be no sense in urg? ing the reform wrought by high license in many States if the National Government neutralizes the Rood effect by making whisky withiu reach of every one at twenty cents a gallon. Whisky would be every where dis? ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 9 August 1888

THURSDAY EVfiNINO AUGUST 9 <?#? i'orsoos leaving the city can have tho ?'zl mailed to any address, postage prephid. ? ,uy length of tituo, at tbe rate of fifty conta Subsi ribers ordetiug the Gazette aoui 's*ota.:e to another should gt\ e .. " m well ?3 new address. LOCAL MATTERS section fair, cooler weather, winds geaersllj ?.ater:y. pgRSOKAL.?The Rev. Frank Page, of x county, has declined the call to t jfdi pari-h, Fauquier. Mr. Henrj Schwatz has relumed from the Hot Springs. . vj K-uie Herndon. who has been visit ? : ml, has returned to her bome on g*mioary Hill; ...... jj w ; ene HeruJon is visiting her cousins ?j Seminary ' Mr and Mi> (i W. Racneay and Miss Fawcett lefi tbis tuorniog for Cape May. ?? A Woolfulk, of Richmond, B?MitsLila Lloyd, of this city, sre in San Jose, California. Mr-,c F Lee, jr., has gone to Middle bU{fr' John Mason, of the U S. Land Office, fctPreecott, Ari/iua, ii in the city on a visit to bia relatives. . John and Miss Lillie Harl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 9 August 1888

TH?RS OAT EVENING. AUGUST 9. A Remarkable Experience.?To Deck ertown. N. J., lives Mr. E. S. Coykendall, who ha* bad four tu=3le9 with the electric fluid aad has come out alive from each en couuter with the lightning's stroke. Some fifty years ago a fearful electric Ptorm visited that section, one bolt shattering the hon??' of Isaac Courscn into a thousand fragments. Mr. Coykendall, a mere lad at the time,was living in the house. He had retired, and becoming frightened cilled to bis parents. They had just reached the head of the stairs in response to the call when the bolt came and they were both killed. The boy was found unconscious. The bolt had struck him on the forehead, crashing the .-kill! and I paralyzing every fibre, of bis being It was necessary to remove a portion r.f the skull. And old Spanish twenty-live cent piece was inserted in place of the boue removed, and indue course of time the lad fully recovered. Some yearB after he was riding on horseback near the viliage when...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 10 August 1888

MEDICINAL. Piump and Rosy Babies " Ufi it ??l been for Laciabxl Food our ui.debaby must have died Sin- has been urir.;,' it forthr-M ?noritU*. and n a pttuniv healthy, nny-eh-eketl i>aby.n?Jfr* .vwto i/ippin, K<Mma,-Jniii Cutting Teeth Easily '?Larou-d Food is an excellent food for icetluns- cuiUbeu. 31 y baby h u-uig it, tad is cultinjf he? fe-etii this bo; weather without any trouble."?Kn. Jtinui O. linmi, JaiOa1, .'.'?>. Saved from Cholera infantum ? Our baby ba-I Cholera Infantum.and until we tried Lactatcd Food,wecould ttmt nothing to ?uy on at* Vuaiach. 11 retained your Food without any trouble, and soon recovcrcd."-.Vr?. B. W. Logan; Wat Meuttng, Pa. THE RESULT OF USSNG LACTATED FOO v \ icxubcco akd Economical ok Fooo*. ! t3P'--A TsluabJo pamphlet on "The Nutrition of 150 Meals for an Infant for St. Infanta and Invallda,*' fr-o on application. ' a: ur-.jou.u-ji tlx., Wctt., $1 ' Wttia, atiMJar.psoN' & Co., Burliagtou. Vt. ZSTFOB SA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 10 August 1888

ALEXANDRIA. FRIDAY EVENING. AUGUST 10. THAT gambling has evil consequences no one tioubts, that it has been carried on almost ever since ihe world began is equally certain. The question for law makers is how are its evils to be reduced to a mini? mum ? Prohibition has been tried for many years to very little purpose; everybody knows where gambling is done, yet wheD the authorities try to suppress it, their ef? forts aro seldom successful, and when they are so, tbe place merely is chaoged. How wou d it do to license it? We are aware that many will raise their hands in holy horror at the suggestion, but would not that be really the best way to remedy existing evils? Houest efforts are now made to break tip gambling deus; but, some how or other, tjbe keepers always hud out when raids pre to be marie; evidence is not found, and punishment therefore, dots noi follow. (' erks go in through back alleys and gamble away their employer's money, and he can? not follow them; men know that their...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 10 August 1888

Statte mzzm, & _? friday EVENING, august 10. ^-Persons leaving the city can have ihj ::;.siled to any address, postage prop .:U, rorany ?f t<m?i al tIie rate of fifty c i ts Subscribers ordering tho Gaze tin >m one postothco to another should gi\e [dag well as new address. LOCAL MATTERS For this section fair weather, slightly cooler, ?j la generally northeasterly. School Board.?The board met promptly at S hist night with all the trus [ees in their places except Judge Stuart and Smith, who are both absent from the Mr. Marhury was ebcted chairman pro tern., and. (be minutes having been read, : from the committee on school ... und iuraiture, reported that the work ott the new Washington building would be furnUbed t>y the middle of next A number of bills reported as cor? rect were order- d tu be paid. . committte on tiijat.ee and accouuts then proceeded to examine the treasurer's .-. and vv-c lets aud found them cor recf wttb the xcepiion of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 10 August 1888

FRIDAY EVENING. AUGUST 10. Terrific Struggle with a Dog ?Mr J. G. GohliDghorst, of Baltimore, had a des perate encounter with a dog about 12:1" o'clock yesterday morning, which, but for Mr. Gohlinborst's courageous fight, might have resulted iu the loss of bis life. Mr. Gohlinhorst owi;ed a cross between a bull and a coacb dog which for three yean! has been a valuable guardian about the premi? ses. A little after midnight Mr. Gohlin borst went into the ceiiar to /etch the ani mal up stairp. He bod just ?et down a lighted candle when the dog made a spring at bis throat, caught hi? Ie>f; arm inside the elbow joint and tore out a piece ?f U^efa Taking another ho;d, he tore ou a second piece from tho -ame arai. In a third spring he caught the* left wrist and mangled it ter? ribly. Notwithstanding the intense pain, Mr. Goblinborsr succeeded in grasping the dog's collar, and by u supreme effort drag? ged bim out the cellar dcor to the street, the animal tjghiitin :ii;il bitting...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 11 August 1888

7ol7lXXXi? alexandria, va., saturday evening, august 11,1888. = jso. 190 MEDICINAL. Piump ai\$ IRosy Babies "Hau it not been for Lactatod food our ...lie baby 7uu?t have died. She Ins l>eon using it fortbred OBtltfi a>l lM * plump, healthy, Way-cheeked baby."?Vr*. JfotRi Vippiu, Stbrmo, Iwt. Sleep AH Night, Happy AH Day " VW tried other f(wls. but, fisdlnff none to a^rv?! with cur httlo jftrl we um] your Laclatt .,n at once to train flutli. and Improved in health. To^lay hho is as bright,lively, ami hoarty a ... twi-lvo houra at a stretch, and raking up lawrbins c??ry tnorainif V-t. S JV .: , OiU Cutting Teeth Easily ?TjctalM Food in an excellent food for teething cliilUrcu. My baby in tuiiuf it. and is cnttina bot ,-titiior without any trouble,"?Jtrr, .v>,./?. o. Brand, tmtha, ita. I. She child art* 13?" v, ??Ourbaby ha S Cholera rnfu.".tu::i. and until wotri'Ml Lactati ?! rood, vvecoold fiudnotfciuif toidaycnk* Udcb It r'v.ainedyoiirl utd without a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 11 August 1888

AlVEXAJSTDRIA. saturday evening, august 11. NEWS OF THE DAY. The reports from Florida in regard to yel? low fever are still bad. One of the yellow-fever-infested houses at Jacksonville, Fia , has been burned. The business failures occurring through? out the country during the last seven days number 205. Arnos Miller, colored,who outraged a lady in Maury county, Tenn., was taken from j til yesterday by a mob and hanged. Charles Carroll, of Baltimore,aged twenty three, was drowned while bathing yesterday near tbe Pequot House New London, Mass., where he was stopping with his mother. James Siade.rfsiding in nneof the elegant tlats at Fourth avenue and Eighteenth .-trret, New York.eommitted suicide yester? day by cutting his throat. Slade was 25 years old. Forty thousand baskets of peaches were shipped from Delaware tbis week. Next week it is expected tbe shipments will reach 55,000,.and the week following at least 100.000 baskets. Two little girls, one five and the other eight, were ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 11 August 1888

- . P.PAT EVENING, AUGUST 3 1 Bjr P<*rsou6 leaviug tbe city cau Lay? . .; hi any address, postage prepaid, , of time, at tho rate of fifty centn Subscribers ordeiiag tho Gakkttje I one postoffice to another should give ... w< ill as new address. -,._ LOCAL MATTERS r,r thi? -ection fair, slight'y warmer weathor, , ^easterly wtuds. ^ chobch SERVICES, ?&C TO MORROW.? trcA.?Service at 11 a. in. by Rev. htm Atnhier. o Paul's Church.?Services at 11 a. m. he" Rev. Mr- M?rr'3 iC .rc'i. -7 a. ai , prayer and homily ; 11? in., morning prater arjd sermon'; S p. eveninu prayer and sermon. '. ?./? Church. ?Mass at 7 a. m.: Mass ,. jeruion al 10 a. m. by Rev. Father Ptfriog : Vesper.- at 7 p. m. j ; . Presbyterian Church.~No service. Presbyterian Chinch.?Services at i. n. by Rev. Mr. Tellford. No service ?i nisti t. -Services at 11 a. m. and ? hyRev [. M.Mercer. Eveningser ; ce the AMiUhl reunion of the church. ' ? ?'.. Epis. Church.?Services at 11 , m.byBev. L. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Alexandria Gazette — 11 August 1888

SATURDAY EVENING AUGUST 11. A Hermit'e Hoarded Wealth ?The reoent death of Sally Turner, aged S2, in the norther:: part of Hanover, Mass., and the subsequent finding of a large amount of money -nd other property, is again brought to mind by the death of Levi K. Darnuu. aged !'.-.;, at South Hanover. Damon was bore in ScituutH. and Bpebt bis early iile upon the sea. He seldom had anything to do with his neighbor? and very little with his relatives. Ko spent very little money and led a hermit-'ike existence. He wan last seen about two weeks ago, an?l as noth. lug was seen ahont his p'acs to show that he was there, the neighbors broke opeu the doors and found him dead ua the floor in his workshop. In h sinad hole in the attic ftve bank, bocks were found, which showed deposit? in hack? i;. Cobasset, Hicgham, Abington. Boetcu, and Scituate to the amount of ?7,000. In one bank there wa? a deposit of $1,100, made twenty eigbt years ago, upon which no interest bad been drawn. The Bame true ...

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