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Alexandria Gazette (Newspaper) - December 23, 1884, Alexandria, VirginiaVol. Xxxv. Alexandria va., tuesday evening december 23. 1884. Washington St. 1 suitable presents forthe s dressing gowns. Leg it mohair rugs. Han Juar woo Rug travelling shawls. Neck Wear i i in i Aud now style of puff Scarf. Windsor Scarf.-, scarfs four in hand scarfs ties band b � id or. Men a l i Dies and misses gloves. Men s Whit suede embroidered White. To r lit 1 dr.-s-. Kid and Dogskin i ined and util Meu Camel s i White and coloured brocaded silk and Plain and o a gov. An Sil ver mounted on Booy so a a Root Bamboo Cherry. Etc. Silk handkerchief. Linen hand kerchiefs. Dre s shirts. Night shirts. . Satin Suspender Iii. Suspenders ered suspenders smokers s to. Toilet sets shaving sets polka set. Arid travel ins uses. Hoots and shoes. S our hew King Street w. B. Waddey a ol3 King streets \ Lex a n of i a. Virginia wholesale and retail dealers in hardware and cutlery. Iii Dory hardware locks. Hinges or v i Orbo to. Latches 5tc., saddlery Hardwar bridle bits buckles rings Humes to ic., wheelwrights hardware axles rim hubs snakes. Sawed Fellows Tiro Iron ac., pocket tame. Carving and Butcher knives ar., guns. L iut i.-. Tic. A full and Complete Stock of Row goods Way in Ore Aad sold at lowest Cash Rice. Augir. J. W. T Isakk. W. Pm air & n alls. Dealers in doors. Sash. Blinds hardware. Paints oils. Leads. Cement. Lime calcined plaster. Slate mantles. Hearths a. Corner King and St. Asaph streets to � Alexandria is. J ont. i son wholesale and retail leaders in hardware cutlery. Is use shoes Iron plough castings. Nail rods. Axle grease. Wagon materials. Housekeepers goods a. No. 88 King Street. Lexandria. Virginis Ellis to i cultural. Herbert Bryant no. 25 King Street. Offers Tho Champion binders single reapers combined droppers and sin Gle mowers. Thomas 1my rakes. Mudgett Hay Tedders. A full Stock of repairs Binder twine cd. Grain cradles grass scythes xc., ate. Malta double and single shovel plows. Malta walking cultivators Iron age cultivators the Gil Fin sulky plow. Webster farm wagons for one two three and four horses. My9 jewellers. Henry Wildt dealer in watches jewelry clocks Sil ver Ware spectacles silk guards a. Personal attention paid to repairing. All Wrork War ranted. Orders from the country promptly attended to. Aug6 no. 10 n. Royals., Alexandria a. Treasury department office of comptroller of the currency Washington december 15th,3s84. Whereas by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned it has been made to appear that the first National Bank of Alex Andria in the City of Alexandria in the county of Alexandria and state of Virginia has complied with All the provisions of Tho of Congress to enable National banking associations to extend their corporate existence and for other purposes approved july 12th, 18s2. Now therefore i Henry w. Cannon comp troller of the currency do hereby certify that the first National Bank of Alexandria in the City of Alexandria in Tho county of Alexandria and state of Virginia is authorized to have Suc cession for the period specified in its amended articles of association namely until close of Busi Ness on december 17,1904. in testimony whereof witness my Skal. Hand and Seal of office this 15th Day of1 -.v. December 1884. No. 651.1 h. W. Cannon,dec6-30t comptroller of the currency. Avery Haud Somo assortment of Spanish ficus Black and White atdec6 Amos b. Slaymaker s. Mph Malm Fezette. daily and Tri weekly by ed6ak 8nowden, at to Gazette building Nob. 70 t 72 Prince at. J terms daily. One year. Is 00 six months 3 00 one month 50 Tai weekly. One year 84 00 six months 2 co three months. 1 00 All communications should be addressed to Gazette Alexandria All transient advertisements must be paid for in and Vance. The Gazette Orsoe i connected with the Telephone Exchange. Advertisements orders for the paper news or any informal of or business can to sent by Tele phone. Contract advertisers will not be allowed to exceed their space unless the excess is paid for at transient rates and under no circumstances will they to allowed to advertise other than their legitimate business in the space contracted for t solutions in memorial of thanks tributes of respect resolutions adopted by societies or persons unless of Public concern will Only be printed in this paper As advertisement. Arrias and death notices must be paid for in fifty cents when not exceeding six lines. Kot Rcd at the Post Filce at Alexandria Virginia As second class matter Heber Newton s last. From the new York Herald another rugged iconoclastic Sermon was delivered by the Kiev. Heber Newton in All so in Church sunday week. Or. Newton described the growth of the belief in the second coming of Christ its origin in Israel thought t he changing phases of its de j a elopement in christianity and its flowering in the Faith of the coining of divine order on Earth lie Tia cd the roots of his he Lief in the hebrew Hope of a Messiah christianity he said is the child of Juda sin. It is a free rendering of the prophetic religion of Israel. One of the most striking features of Israel s life was its messianic expectation. This was at Wirsta dream of political Power on the part of the plucky Little nation that now found an Opportunity to prove its Genius for Empire. The political dream was charged with the ethical spirit of coming King was to be such a righteous ruler As w pictured in the seventy second l Salm. The hand of destiny rudely broke this dream Only to leave the nobler aspirations of the soul of i race free to vision a loftier Dawn of the Day when the Puri fied nation the righteous suffering servant of Jehovah should Lead the Peoples of Earth into the knowledge of the lord. A curious theology a composite of jewish and Gentile superstitions grew around this double germ. We Trace the growth of a popular superstition about the Messiah in the ago prior to Jesus through such books As Enoch. A clearly defined belief had by the time of Jesus shaped every re Spect the very belief which we find later on in pre existent Messiah the elect and concealed one of Enoch departing from Earth to visit the spirit world returning from tins heavens clothed with divine authority and Power to raise the dead judge Mankind and introduce thu millennium on hebrew Utopia. The traditional doctrine of Christ s second Advent was in the air waiting to Crystal around Jesus. He was received at first by his followers As the hebrew Messiah. They were expecting him to set up the throne of a political Messiah asking lord Wilt thou at this time restore the kingdom to Israel his death which for a while broke the spell of his Power was after they had become persuaded of his continued lift inevitably seen by them to be the carrying out of the popular belief of Israel. He bad gone into the spirit world. He would come again with Power and great glory to judge Tho world to set up his earthly kingdom ruling Mankind from Jerusalem establishing the perfect order upon Earth. He would then come shortly. He might come any any hour. This was the inspiring belief of the Early christians and no wonder that they stood boldly before the Caesars and dared the Power of Home. But it was essentially the jewish dream of Utopia with a new charging of ethical and spiritual Force from the life of Jesus introduced miraculously. In Paul s mind we see it gradually fading out into a Hope and Faith in the ultimate coming in of the divine order on Earth. Head chronologically his epistles show this Devi Ozment clearly. Thessalonians contrasted with Loomans makes it Plain. This change came about through Man co operating causes. The repeated disappointments of ancient Hope at last opened his eyes. His travels brought him face to face with the real problems of Earth. His jewish superstition died out in a Broad Aud Manly cosmopolitanism of religion. Taught of the spirit Jesus came no longer to be a jewish Messiah but. The head of humanity from whom it was to grow toward its Ideal slowly organically Aud a new Earth Rise be Neath Nev heavens. Before he died he had lost his jewish dream and gained a human Faith which was As Lowell says Hope made he stamped this Lar Ger thought Aud aspiration upon the Young Church. The Catholic epistles show that the Church had settled Down to regenerate human society. Like All creative epochs formative period of christianity typed the slow development of its succeeding Ages. The Church has been gradually passing from the crude and Callow belief of ancient Israel into the Large Aud human Faith in an organic regeneration of society through which the Ideal is to come out upon the actual Aud Man grow divine As the spirit of god breathes out jaws and institutions and manners arts and sciences and economics toward perfection. This is the Faith in which we Strong to labor and to wait knowing that there s a Good time for your Christmas presents go Toa. A. Warfield s drug store to has a new and a Fine lot of French plate mirrors toilet sets bisque figures. Plush ornaments Cut Glass perfumery bottles. Perfumes and Ottars fancy shaving cups children s toilet sets ladies fancy articles Fine Combs and brushes powder puff boxes odor cases and Many other Beautiful presents. Cali and look at them. A. A. Wabf1eld, druggist dealt 152 King St. Card. I have opened an office at no. 156 King Street where i will be pleased to see my friends Aud All who in need of my professional services in dentistry in All its branches. Extraction of Teeth at All hours. Terms moderate Aud satisfaction guaranteed. Nov 20 Charles Diedel . Enterprise Coffee Mills and meat Cut ters the Best goods of the kind manufactured. For Sale by Jas. F. Carlin & sons i dealt Alexandria a. Rake care of your health.arctic1 jackets Chest and lung protectors All sizes for Sale by a. A. Warfield,d�c20 152 King Street. Holiday goods. Moys and candies. A Large and Complete assortment candies and cakes. My candies and Taffy of my own make strictly pure and made fresh every Day. J. G. Cockey. Dec20-3t King Street. Jook look piano covers almost Given away. Full sized embroidered worsted covers,$3.00 to $15.00. Singing dolls less than Cost. At Vanauken s music store. Decl7-lw 74 King goods a new and Beautiful lot of Gold and Silver watches Caius charms Aid locket Gold thimbles breast Pius and earring Rhine and brazilian stones All new patterns buttons studs and gent s and ladies pc Carf pins. Silver jewelry at very Low rates 86 King Street one door cast of Roval. Decll-2w Geo. N. Duffy co. Just received a variety of jewelry and fancy goods suitable for Christmas presents \ i h will be sold at very Low rates. I invite All Intel Diug to make presents to Call and examine to goods to lore purchasing. Benj. Barton decl6-2w 84 King Street. For Sale or rent. For storehouse formerly occupied by Mclean & Uhler no. 76 King Street. Also store no. 92 King St. Apply to dec4-Cotf w. B. Gregory. A for Sale three Story Brick residence and lot Southeast Corner of King and Patrick its. Three Story Brick residence and lot no. 50 King Street. Mh31-Eotf g. We. Ramsay. For desirable two Story Brick dwelling 67 South Pitt Street containing nine rooms Gas and water and a Large Yard. Possession Given november 1st inquire next door or at 88 or 280 King 6t. Decl3-2awtmarl for rent. The comfortable Brick dwelling on the Northwest Corner of Duke and Fairfax streets fitted up with Gas and water and other conveniences. Apply to nov26-tf j. R. Zimmerman. For Sale or rent Tho Brick dwelling and store on the Southwest Corner of Wolfe and Royal streets is of ored for Sale or rent. Possession Given at once. Apply to Powers & White j scpl2-tf no. 15 Kimg Street. Washington and Loudoun Tele graph company. There will be a general meeting of Tho Stock holders of Tho Washington and Loudoun Tole graph company on thursday january 8th, at 11 o clock a. M., at the depot of the Washington Ohio and Western Railroad. Alexandria. Deco to c. C. Coe Secretary. Useful s kid gloves boy skating and ladies Cashmere gloves Linen and silk handkerchiefs in new designs. Dec22-gt c m. Adams 89 King Street. I 11olida y coops. Holiday Trade. Layer raisins Valencia Raisin new currants prime Citron Core gelatine Nelson # gelatine Chalmers gelatine pried sugar Corn italian Maccaroni. Campbell mince meat Campbell s fruit butter fancy new Orl. Molasses Street cider italian and american sardines cooking Brandy French Brandy cooking Vine and very old Sherry scotch Whiske Yand pure old Rye Jamaica and St. Croix rum also m purest new England runt Piper Heidsick Champagne pints and quarts Ackron oat meal Hecker s self rising buckwheat hire Oil and mired pickles and canned goods at lowest prices. 500 lbs pure French candy.\\r. A. Johnson & co., Rie Limul Cor. Royal and Cameron Stu. Christmas goods at e. S. Fleming s. 01 Kizu Street. Large ass Artmont of Oen Juul ladies Gold watches and chalks and a general Lino of jewelry also n Large assortment of Fine plated Wake. He wiil cell to lo1.9. Seal Jacques warranted London Dye at $1-15 Kershis. Intrinsic value $190. Our $2.40 heavy braided Jers is at $1.84. Better qualities at like Low figures. Jar has. R.uiies1 brocade velvet and Buoo Aue bc""1 or i u"1 a Plush wraps. $25 Worth to import $.m. $29 Worth to import $40.$35 Worth to import. $45. In $v5 Jiu lie Quality it raid a Jersey. With Square 8 allot. Jerseys. Aii better grades reduced in the same proper t Ion. Jerseys. Jersey Caps in nil colors at 20 cents. Special peremptory Sale of 7,000 pairs of blankets. Hotels mid boarding House keepers especially invited. Goo pairs heavy dark blankets. 95. Pair wort i $1.25. 11--1 White blankets at 90o. Orin Worth m.50. We Liao nine eases left of those 11. J German \. This f a extra Tine arte and heavy Blanket or Light Brown Shade. We sold sixteen eases of them Thi season at to have now reduced thera to Well Worth $4. I pc Whit. Of a . $-.50 Well Worth. Finer Iai i White i . $. Worth $4.go. 2 Cus a extra Laig 1. 4 White blankets is $4.25 Worth �7. And Ali finer grade.5 at a great reduction. Lansburgh & Bro. Seventh Street if a s if i n g t u 2\d. Furnishing goods. 1884 fall season. I88i we ready for you wit � men a boys m children s Glo Lii. Full line for the fall and whiter Trade Ami prices far below any to have Ever uttered. Look and to convinced men s suits from $4.50 to $20. Boys suits from $3 50 to $8. Children s suits from $2 to we offer you to latest and Best styles the finest workmanship and guarantee just what we say about our goods. No misrepresentation Al Lowed. Now is your time to buy while you have a full line to select from. Como Bosforo the Stock is picked this department is Complete. Prices and styles to suit any and All. Our gents furnishings were selected to suit the taste of our Trade. We have also a full and Well Stock of hats Caps trunks and Valise. Do not forget the name and Nuru Ber ii enry Strauss the old reliable octl-3m no. G6 King Street. Lumber. A established 1822.josiahtld. Smoot Deale. Str lumber shingles laths fails Lime Hydraulic Cement calcined plaster doors Sash blinds. Frames a. 121 n. Union Street Alexandria a Jar no charge for delivery in City. Jel2 Perry Smoot co. Lumber shingles laths nails Lime calcined plaster and Cement. No. 25 Corner Cameron and Union sts., Alexandria Virginia. Lumber delivered to All parts of the City and to depots steamboats and vessels. Jell we have fitted up in a neat and attractive style and now occur Vingas our drug store and soda water manufactory the Northwest Corner of King end Pitt streets and to our friends and the Public generally we solicit Ashare of their patronage. Appreciating past favors to intend by strict attention to our business to Merit a continuance of the same. Respectfully oct21 Summers & Allen. Sausage cutters in great variety at 88king Street Corner of Roval. j. T. Creighton & son. Ii watches a jewel Fly. T a i a v announcement. M k s s r s. W. Galt ir0. & go., jew olm and silversmiths 1107 penn8ylvania Avenue. Wasj Egton have completed their preparations for Tho holi Days. offer now Trio entire assortment of Rich novelties which have been prepared with great care especially for their Christmas Trade. Early purchasers will Lind a greater variety tha i can to later in the month. Dec9 1884. A 1884. A not extremely press a notation. Men and Maidens merry meet. Ascend All. Awake an Apt aspiration. Speed sports supremely Sweet. Henily Brengle 129 King Street has already begun preparations for Christ Mas new year s Anil the season of Good things which comes with them. He invites a Call and As ure Sall that his Stock is not Small and very Complete in Nice things to eat. He can furnish Kitiss i Incle and the rest of Mankind with Cream. Of All flavors Black fruit Pound Jelly and Faney ornamental and Plain cakes sold cheaper than they can to manufactured at Home. Alao Cream puffs. Tarts awl pastry candies and Taffy of All kinds. Pies a specially. Fruits nuts confection eries Meln and sugared fruits. He caters for fam Ilies fairs balls and entertainments and furn wishes social Christmas parties. Declo Holiday meet the wants of the people to were compelled to Purchase a Largo Stock of Holiday goods suitable for Christmas Aud new year presents useful , Linen and French embroidered handkerchiefs gloves hosiery and underwear. Faney articles such As smoking sets card receivers checker boxes brushes and Combs musical boxes perfumery jewelry a. Toys for children sleighs wagons Drums carriages. Hobby horses tip carts shoo Fly rockers China sets trick boxes harmonies tin animals in great variety Chiron Bells musical lops. Guns. Games Surprise men tool chests and other goods calculated to please and wanted by the Little ones. Dec4 c. Adams 80 King Street. Now opening at French a nos. 93
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